GRUNDFOS INSTRUCTIONS
Modbus for Grundfos pumps
CIM/CIU 200 Modbus RTU
CIM/CIU 250 GSM/GPRS
CIM/CIU 500 Ethernet for Modbus TCP
Functional profile and user manual
English (GB)
English (GB) Functional profile and user manual
Original functional profile and user manual.
CONTENTS
Page
1.
Symbols used in this document
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2.
2.1
2.2
2.3
Introduction
About this functional profile
Assumptions
Definitions and abbreviations
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3
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3
3.
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
System
Modbus
Modbus
Modbus
Modbus
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4
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4.
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
Specifications
CIM module general data
CIM 200 Modbus RTU
CIM 250 GSM/GPRS
CIM 500 Modbus TCP
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5.
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
Modbus RTU, CIM 200 setup
Setting the Modbus transmission speed
Setting the parity
Modbus address selection
Termination resistor
Status LEDs
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7
8
8
8
9
6.
6.1
6.2
Modbus GSM/GPRS, CIM 250 setup
Installation
Status LEDs
10
10
12
7.
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
Modbus TCP, CIM 500 setup
Connecting the Ethernet cable
Setting the Industrial Ethernet protocol
Setting the IP addresses
Establish connection to the Web server
Status LEDs
DATA and LINK LEDs
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13
13
13
14
14
14
8.
Modbus function code overview
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9.
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
Modbus register addresses
Register block overview
CIM configuration register block
CIM status register block
Pump control register block
Pump status register block
Pump data register block
Sensor-dependent measurements
Alarm simulation register block
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16
17
18
18
20
22
24
25
10.
10.1
10.2
10.3
Detailed descriptions of registers
Control mode
Setpoint
Alarms and warnings
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26
27
28
11.
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
11.7
11.8
Modbus RTU commissioning, step-by-step guides
Hardware setup (CIM 200)
Hardware setup (CIU 200)
Hardware setup (CIM 250 GSM call-up)
Hardware setup (CIU 250 GSM call-up)
Hardware setup (CIM 250 GPRS connection)
Hardware setup (CIU 250 GPRS connection)
Modbus TCP communication setup (CIM 500)
Modbus TCP communication setup (CIU 500)
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12.
12.1
12.2
Detailed descriptions of functionality
GSM
GPRS
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13.
13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4
13.5
13.6
13.7
13.8
Modbus RTU telegram examples
Modbus telegram overview
Read holding registers (0x03)
Read input registers (0x04)
Write single register (0x06)
Write multiple registers (0x10)
Diagnostics (0x08)
Diagnostics register interpretation
Diagnostics: Return query data
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35
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description
RTU (CIM 200)
GSM/GPRS (CIM 250)
TCP (CIM 500)
13.9
13.10
13.11
13.12
13.13
Reading the CIM configuration register block
Setting the setpoint
Setting the control mode
Starting the E-pump
Stopping the E-pump
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37
38
38
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14.
14.1
14.2
14.3
Fault finding
Fault finding CIM/CIU 200
Fault finding CIM/CIU 250
Fault finding CIM/CIU 500
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39
41
43
15.
Modbus RTU rotary switch addresses
45
16.
Grundfos alarm and warning codes
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1. Symbols used in this document
Warning
If these safety instructions are not observed,
it may result in personal injury.
Caution
If these safety instructions are not observed,
it may result in malfunction or damage to the
equipment.
Note
Notes or instructions that make the job easier
and ensure safe operation.
HTTP
Hyper Text Transfer Protocol.
The protocol commonly used to navigate
the world wide web.
IANA
Internet Assigned Numbers Authority.
2.1 About this functional profile
This functional profile describes the:
English (GB)
2. Introduction
•
CIM/CIU 200 Modbus RTU
IP
Internet Protocol.
•
CIM/CIU 250 Modbus GSM/GPRS
LED
Light-Emitting Diode.
•
CIM/CIU 500 Modbus Ethernet for Modbus TCP
MAC
Media Access Control. Unique network
address for a piece of hardware.
Modbus
A serial communications protocol
commonly used in industry and building
automation systems.
Modbus RTU
Modbus is a fieldbus used worldwide.
The RTU version is used for wired
networks (CIM 200) and for call-up
connections over telephone networks
(CIM 250).
Modbus TCP
Modbus is a fieldbus used worldwide.
The TCP version is adapted for use as an
application protocol on TCP/IP using
either GPRS (CIM 250) or Ethernet
(CIM 500) as basis.
PIN
Personal Identification Number
(SIM cards).
Ping
Packet InterNet Groper. A software utility
that tests connectivity between two
TCP/IP hosts.
PUK
Personal Unblocking Key (SIM cards).
for the following Grundfos products:
•
Grundfos CRE/CRNE/CRIE, MTRE, CHIE, CME
•
Grundfos TPE, TPE Series 2000, NBE/NKE
•
Grundfos CUE drive
•
Grundfos MAGNA (with add-on GENIbus module)
•
Grundfos MAGNA3
•
Grundfos UPE Series 2000 (UPE 80-120 and 100-120).
In the following, the supported products are referred to as
"E-pumps".
The data in this document are subject to change without prior
notice. Grundfos cannot be held responsible for any problems
caused directly or indirectly by using information in this functional
profile.
2.2 Assumptions
This functional profile assumes that the reader is familiar with
commissioning and programming of Modbus devices. The reader
should also have some basic knowledge of the Modbus protocol
and technical specifications.
It is also assumed that an existing Modbus network with a
Modbus master is present.
2.3 Definitions and abbreviations
Q
Flow.
R100
Grundfos handheld infrared remote
control.
SELV
Separated or Safety Extra-Low Voltage.
Separated or Safety Extra-Low Voltage
with Earth connection.
3G
3rd-generation mobile telephony network.
SELV-E
4G
4th-generation mobile telephony network.
SIM
SIM card, Subscriber Identity Module.
ARP
Address Resolution Protocol.
Translates IP-addresses to
MAC-addresses.
SMA
SubMiniature version A. Coaxial radio
signal cable connection standard.
Auto-MDIX
Ensures that both crossover cable types
and non-crossover cable types can be
used.
CAT5
Ethernet cable type: Has 4 twisted pairs of
wires.
CAT5e
Enhanced CAT5 cable with better
performance.
CAT6
Cable with very high performance.
CIM
Communication Interface Module.
CIU
Communication Interface Unit.
CRC
Cyclic Redundancy Check, a data error
detection method.
URL
Uniform Resource Locator. The IP
address used to connect to a server.
DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol.
Used to configure network devices so that
they can communicate on an IP network.
UTC
DNS
Domain Name System. Used to resolve
host names to IP addresses.
Coordinated Universal Time, the primary
time standard by which the world
regulates clocks and time.
UTF-8
GENIbus
Proprietary Grundfos fieldbus standard.
Unicode Transformation Format
(character encoding).
GENIpro
Proprietary Grundfos fieldbus protocol.
GPRS
General Packet Radio Service,
technology to achieve TCP/IP
communication and internet access via
GSM.
VPN
Grundfos GO
A Grundfos handheld remote control
device for controlling Grundfos products
via infrared or radio. Based on smart
phone technology.
Virtual Private Network.
A network using the Internet to connect
nodes. These systems use encryption and
other security mechanisms to ensure that
only authorised users can access the
network and that the data cannot be
intercepted.
GSM
Global System for Mobile
communications.
H
Pressure (Head).
SMTP
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
SNTP
Simple Network Time Protocol. Used for
clock synchronization between computer
systems.
TCP
Transmission Control Protocol.
Protocol suitable for Internet
communication and Industrial Ethernet
communication.
TCP/IP
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet
Protocol. Protocol suitable for Internet
communication.
Transmission speed Bits transferred per second, bits/s.
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3.3 Modbus GSM/GPRS (CIM 250)
GSM/GPRS
3.1 Modbus
1
The system diagrams provide an overview for the different
technologies of how to connect the CIM/CIU to the Grundfos
E-pump that is to be connected to a Modbus network.
6
3
4
5
CIM
The CIM solution is an add-on communication module to be
installed internally in a Grundfos E-pump, using a 10-pin
connection. In this setup, the E-pump will supply power to the
CIM. See fig. 1.
Fig. 3
For mounting of the CIM add-on module, see the installation and
operating instructions for the E-pump in question.
TM04 9232 3610
2
CIM 250
Principle sketch of CIM 250 Modbus GSM/GPRS
solution with internal add-on CIM module and external
antenna. The figure shows a CRE pump.
CIU
It is used in conjunction with Grundfos E-pumps that do not
support an internal, add-on communication module (CIM).
See fig. 2.
TM04 9233 3610
GSM/GPRS
The CIU solution is a box with a power supply module and a CIM
Modbus module. It can either be mounted on a DIN rail or on a
wall.
GENIbus
RS-485
CIU 250
Fig. 4
3.2 Modbus RTU (CIM 200)
Note
8
Principle sketch of CIU 250 Modbus GSM/GPRS
solution with external antenna. The figure shows a
CUE-drive for pumps.
3G/4G are not supported via CIM 250.
6
7
CIM 200
Modbus Modbus
RTU RTU
RS-485
Fig. 1
3.4 Modbus TCP (CIM 500)
Principle sketch of CIM 200 Modbus RTU solution with
add-on CIM module installed inside the pump.
The figure shows a MAGNA3 pump.
CIM 500
Modbus TCP
Fig. 5
Modbus RTU
GENIbus
RS485
CIU 200
Fig. 2
Principle sketch of CIM 500 Modbus TCP solution with
internal add-on CIM module. The figure shows a CRE
pump.
Principle sketch of CIU 200 Modbus RTU solution.
The gfigure shows a CUE-drive for pumps.
The Grundfos CIM/CIU is connected as a Modbus slave directly
to the Modbus network.
Modbus TCP
GENIbus
RS485
CIU 500
Fig. 6
4
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5
Principle sketch of CIU 500 Modbus TCP solution.
The figure shows a CUE drive for pumps.
TM05 7452 1013
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TM04 2295 2208
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1 2 3
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3. System description
English (GB)
4. Specifications
4.1 CIM module general data
General data
Description
Comments
Ambient humidity
30 % to 95 %
Relative, non-condensing.
Operating temperature
-20 °C to +45 °C
Storage temperature
-25 °C to +70 °C
Battery, lithium-ion
The battery will only be charged if the
CIM 250 only.
battery temperature is within 0 °C to +45 °C.
GENIbus visual diagnostics
LED2
Will be in one of these states:
Off, constantly green, flashing red, constantly red.
See section 5.5 Status LEDs.
Power supply (CIU)
24-240 V
Located in the CIU.
GENIbus connection type (CIU)
RS-485, 3-wire + screen
Conductors: A, B and Y.
CIU box enclosure class
IP54
CIU box dimensions (H x W x D)
182 x 108 x 82 mm
4.2 CIM 200 Modbus RTU
The table below provides an overview of the specifications for the
Grundfos CIM 200 and CIU 200. For further details, please refer
to the specific sections of this functional profile.
Modbus RTU specifications
Description
Comments
Modbus connector
Screw-type terminal
3 pins.
See section 5. Modbus RTU, CIM 200 setup.
Modbus connection type
RS-485, 2-wire + common
Conductors: D0, D1 and Common.
See section 5. Modbus RTU, CIM 200 setup.
Maximum cable length
1200 m
Equals 4000 ft.
Slave address
1-247
Set via rotary switches SW6 and SW7.
See section 5.3 Modbus address selection.
Line termination
On or Off
Set via DIP switches SW1 and SW2.
See section 5.4 Termination resistor.
Recommended cable cross sectional
cobber area
0.20 - 0.25 mm2
AWG24 or AWG23
Supported transmission speeds
1200*, 2400*, 4800*, 9600, 19200,
38400 bits/s
Set via DIP switches SW4 and SW5.
See section 5.1 Setting the Modbus transmission
speed.
Start bit
1
Fixed value.
Data bits
8
Fixed value.
Stop bits
1 or 2
Set via DIP switch SW3.
See section 5.2 Setting the parity.
Parity bit
Even parity, odd parity* or no parity
Set via DIP switch SW3.
See section 5.2 Setting the parity.
Modbus visual diagnostics
LED1
Off, flashing green, flashing red, constantly red.
See section 5.5 Status LEDs.
Maximum number of Modbus devices
32
Using repeaters, this number can be increased.
Legal address range is 1-247.
Maximum Modbus telegram size
256 bytes
Total length. Node address and CRC included.
See section 13. Modbus RTU telegram examples.
*
Can only be set via software.
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4.3 CIM 250 GSM/GPRS
English (GB)
The table below provides an overview of the specifications for the
Grundfos CIM/CIU 250. For further details, please refer to the
specific sections of this functional profile.
Modbus GSM/GPRS specifications
Description
Comments
Data protocol
Modbus RTU/Modbus TCP
GSM call-up uses RTU. GPRS uses TCP.
Slave address
Factory 231 (0xE7)
Can be changed via Modbus register 00003,
SoftwareDefinedModbusAddress.
GSM/GPRS visual diagnostics
LED1
See section 6.2 Status LEDs.
Maximum Modbus telegram size
260 bytes
Total Modbus TCP/IP application data unit.
See fig. 25.
4.4 CIM 500 Modbus TCP
The table below provides an overview of the specifications for the
Grundfos CIM/CIU 500 for Modbus TCP. For further details,
please refer to the specific sections of this functional profile.
Modbus TCP specifications
Description
Comments
Application layer
DHCP, HTTP, Ping, FTP, SMTP, SNTP,
Modbus TCP
Rotary switch in position 1.
Transport layer
TCP
Internet layer
Internet protocol V4 (IPv4)
Link layer
ARP, media access control (Ethernet)
Ethernet cable
Screened/unscreened, twisted-pair
cables, CAT5, CAT5e or CAT6
Maximum cable length
100 metres at 10/100 Mbits/s
Corresponds to 328 feet.
Transmission speed
10 Mbits/s, 100 Mbits/s
Auto-detected
Industrial Ethernet protocols
PROFINET IO, Modbus TCP
Selected with rotary switch, section 7.2.
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Supports auto cable-crossover detecting
(Auto-MDIX)
5. Modbus RTU, CIM 200 setup
TM04 1710 0908
The transmission speed must be set correctly before the CIM 200
Modbus module is ready to communicate with the Modbus
network. DIP switches SW4 and SW5 are used for setting the
transmission speed. See fig. 8.
SW4 SW5
Fig. 8
8
9
Pos.
1
4
5
6
DIP switch settings
TM04 1697 0908
1 2 3
Fig. 7
7
Modbus transmission speed
CIM 200 Modbus module
Available transmission speeds in bits/s: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600,
19200 and 38400.
The first three transmission speeds are only available via
software settings, whereas the last three are available via DIP
switches.
Transmission speed [bits/s]
Designation
Description
D1
Modbus terminal D1
(positive data signal)
OFF
ON
19200
OFF
OFF
38400
ON
OFF
Software-defined
ON
ON
Modbus terminal D0
(negative data signal)
Common/GND
Modbus terminal
Common/GND
4
SW1/SW2
On/off switches for termination
resistor
5
SW3/SW4/SW5
Switches for selection of Modbus
parity and transmission speed
LED1
Red/green status LED for
Modbus communication
Software-defined transmission speed
LED2
Red/green status LED for
internal communication between
the CIM/CIU 200 and the
E-pump
3
6
7
8
SW6
Hex switch for setting the
Modbus address (four most
significant bits)
9
SW7
Hex switch for setting the
Modbus address (four least
significant bits)
SW5
9600
D0
2
SW4
Default transmission speed is 19200 bits per second, as per the
Modbus RTU standard.
Software-defined
When SW4 and SW5 are set to "software-defined", writing a
value to the holding register at address 00004 will set a new
transmission speed.
Use the following values for software-defined transmission
speeds:
Value to set in
register 00004
1200 bits/s
0
2400 bits/s
1
4800 bits/s
2
9600 bits/s
3
19200 bits/s
4
38400 bits/s
5
This value is set to 1200 bits/s as default.
A screened, twisted-pair cable must be used. The cable screen
must be connected to protective earth at both ends.
The communication interface does not support transmission
speeds above 38400 bits/s.
Recommended connection
The software-defined transmission speed value will be stored in
the communication interface and will remain after a power-off.
Modbus terminal
Colour code
Data signal
D1-TXD1
Yellow
Positive
D0-TXD0
Brown
Negative
Common/GND
Grey
Common/GND
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English (GB)
5.1 Setting the Modbus transmission speed
5.3 Modbus address selection
5.2 Setting the parity
To set the Modbus address, two hexadecimal rotary switches
(SW6 and SW7) are used. See fig. 10.
The parity can be set either manually by using SW3 or via
software-defined settings.
TM04 1706 0908
Manual setting of parity
Default byte format (11 bits):
•
1 start bit
•
8 data bits (least significant bit sent first)
•
1 parity bit (even parity)
•
1 stop bit.
SW6
The default setting of the CIM 200 Modbus module is even parity
(1 stop bit). It is possible to change the parity using DIP switch
SW3. The parity can be changed to no parity (2 stop bits).
See fig. 9.
For a complete overview of Modbus addresses, see section
14. Fault finding.
Note
SW3
The Modbus address must be set decimally from
1 to 247.
5.4 Termination resistor
The termination resistor is fitted on the CIM 200 Modbus module
and has a value of 150 Ω.
The CIM 200 has a DIP switch with two switches (SW1 and SW2)
for cutting the termination resistor in and out. Figure 11 shows the
DIP switches in cut-out state.
Parity
DIP switch settings
Parity
SW3
Even parity, 1 stop bit
OFF
No parity, 2 stop bits
ON
SW1 SW2
Software-defined parity and stop bits
When SW4 and SW5 are set to "software-defined", the value in
the holding registers at addresses 00009 and 00010 will override
the setting of SW3. See figs 8 and 9.
Software-defined parity
Value to set in
register 00009
No parity [default]
0
Even parity
1
Odd parity
2
Software-defined stop bit
Value to set in
register 00010
1 stop bit [default]
1
2 stop bits
2
The software-defined parity and stop bit values will be stored in
the communication interface and will remain after a power-off.
Note
8
TM04 1701 0908
Fig. 9
SW7
Fig. 10 Setting the Modbus address
TM04 1709 0908
English (GB)
A Modbus slave on a Modbus network must have a unique
address from 1-247. Address 0 is reserved for broadcasting, and
is not a valid slave address.
When software-defined transmission speed is
enabled (ON), software-defined parity and stop
bits are also enabled.
Note
Before the parity and stop bits can be set via
software-defined settings, SW4 and SW5 must be
set to ON.
Fig. 11 Cutting the termination resistor in and out
DIP switch settings
Status
SW1
Cut-in
Cut-out
SW2
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
Default setting: Termination resistor cut out.
Cable length
Grundfos recommends the following maximum lengths:
Maximum cable length
Bits/s
Terminated cable
Unterminated cable
[m/ft]
[m/ft]
1200-9600
1200/4000
1200/4000
19200
1200/4000
500/1700
38400
1200/4000
250/800
Note
To ensure a stable and reliable communication, it
is important that only the termination resistor of
the first and last units in the Modbus network are
cut in.
Note
All switch settings will be effective immediately
after setting the values. No power-off needed.
English (GB)
5.5 Status LEDs
The CIM 200 Modbus module has two LEDs.See fig. 7.
•
Red/green status LED (LED1) for Modbus communication
•
Red/green status LED (LED2) for internal communication
between the CIM 200 and the Grundfos product.
LED1
Status
Description
Off
No Modbus communication.
Flashing green
Modbus communication active.
Flashing red
Fault in the Modbus communication.
Permanently red
Fault in the CIM 200 Modbus
configuration.
LED2
Status
Description
Off
The CIM 200 has been switched off.
Flashing red
No internal communication between the
CIM 200 and the Grundfos product.
Permanently red
The CIM 200 does not support the
Grundfos product connected.
Permanently green
Internal communication between the
CIM 200 and the Grundfos product is OK.
Note
During start-up, there may be a delay of up to
5 seconds before the LED2 status is updated.
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6.1 Installation
Note
Before installation, make sure that the power
supply has been switched off and that it cannot
be accidentally switched on.
6.1.1 Fitting a GSM antenna
An antenna must be connected to the CIM 250 to establish
connection to the GSM network.
Note
1
6
2
3
4
5
TM04 2642 1210
If the CIU 250 is installed in a metal control
cabinet, Grundfos recommends fitting an
external GSM antenna.
Grundfos offers different kinds of antennas.
No antenna is supplied with the CIU 250. It must
be ordered separately.
External antenna
Connect the antenna cable to the SMA connection (pos. 1) of the
CIM 250. The antenna must be installed outside the control
cabinet in a position with good reception conditions.
Fig. 12 CIM 250 GSM module (top-side view)
Pos.
Designation
Description
1
Battery socket
2
SIM card holder
3
SMA connection for GSM antenna
4
LED1
Yellow/green status LED for GSM/
GPRS communication
5
LED2
Red/green status LED for internal
communication between the CIU 250
and pump
6
SW1
Reset button.
Keep the button pressed for 5 seconds
to return to default settings.
1
2
TM04 2644 2808
English (GB)
6. Modbus GSM/GPRS, CIM 250 setup
Fig. 13 Fitting an external GSM antenna
Pos.
10
Description
1
SMA connection for GSM antenna
2
Antenna cable for external GSM antenna
6.1.2 Inserting the SIM card
Warning
Procedure
The CIM 250 must only be connected to SELV or
SELV-E circuits.
1. Insert the SIM card into a mobile phone.
2. Remove the PIN code from the SIM card, or set the PIN code
to "4321". See the manual of the mobile phone.
Warning
The safety precautions listed below must be
observed carefully as improper handling of the
lithium-ion battery may result in injury or damage
from electrolyte leakage, heating ignition or
explosion.
3. Insert the SIM card into the CIM 250. See fig. 14.
The slanted edge of the SIM card must point
downwards (away from the connector).
Note
The connectors on the SIM card must face
inwards towards the CIM 250. See fig. 14.
These safety precautions must be observed:
•
Never use this battery pack in other battery chargers.
•
Do not dismantle or modify the battery.
Do not heat or incinerate the battery.
•
Do not pierce, crush or cause mechanical damage to the
battery.
2
•
Do not short-circuit the battery.
•
Do not allow the battery to get wet or be immersed in water.
•
Do not strike or throw the battery.
•
For long periods of storage, the temperature should be below
45 °C.
Description
1
SIM card holder
2
SIM card
The CIM 250 is fitted with a lithium-ion battery. It is secured by a
velcro strap which absorbs vibrations and makes it easier to
replace the battery. Connect the battery to the CIM 250 as shown
in fig. 15.
Note
If a battery is not connected, the user will not
receive any SMS alarm message in case of a
power cut.
TM04 2645 2808
TM04 2643 2808
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1
Fig. 14 Inserting the SIM card
Pos.
Only insert the approved Grundfos battery pack (97631960).
•
Fig. 15 Connecting the battery
Note
The battery will only be charged if the battery
temperature is within 0 °C to +45 °C.
Switch on the power supply. The CIM 250 is powered either by
the CIU 250 or by the battery.
The LED1 flashes yellow (searching for GSM network). When the
connection to the GSM network has been established, the LED1
will pulsate yellow (GSM network active). See fig. 16.
The LED2 must be constantly green, indicating that the CIM 250
has been fitted correctly in the CIU 250.
6.1.4 Configuration
For software configuration of the CIU 250, which includes setting
of SMS functions and SCADA communication parameters, see
"CIM 25X SMS commands" (supplement to the installation and
operating instructions) on the CD-ROM supplied with the GSM
module.
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English (GB)
6.1.3 Connecting the battery and power supply
Before inserting the SIM card into the CIM 250, remove the
PIN code, or set the PIN code to "4321".
6.2 Status LEDs
•
Yellow/green status LED (LED1) for GSM/GPRS
communication.
Red/green status LED (LED2) for internal communication
between the CIM 250 and the E-pump.
LED1 (yellow/green)
1
2
3
4
5
6
1 sec.
TM04 5194 4412
English (GB)
The CIM 250 GSM module has two LEDs. See fig. 12.
3 sec.
Yellow
Green
Fig. 16 LED1 status
Pos.
Status
Description
1
Flashing yellow
Searching for GSM network.
2
Pulsating yellow
(single pulse)
Connection to the GSM network
has been established.
3
Constantly yellow
Call-up connection has been
established.
4
Pulsating green
(single pulse)
Data are exchanged via GPRS.
5
Pulsating green
(double pulse)
Data are exchanged via the call-up
connection.
6
Green (3 sec.)
Sending or receiving an SMS
message.
LED2 (red/green)
Status
Description
Off
The CIM 250 has been switched off.
Flashing red
No communication between the CIM 250
and the E-pump.
Constantly red
The CIM 250 does not support the
connected version of the E-pump.
Constantly green
The connection between the CIM 250 and
the E-pump is OK.
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7. Modbus TCP, CIM 500 setup
Warning
The CIM 500 must only be connected to SELV or
SELV-E circuits.
The CIM 500 Ethernet module has a rotary switch for selection of
the Industrial Ethernet protocol. See fig. 19.
7.1 Connecting the Ethernet cable
TM05 7431 1013
RJ45 plugs and Ethernet cable must be used. The cable shield
must be connected to protective earth at both ends.
It is important to connect cable shield to earth
through earth clamp or to connect cable shield to
earth in the connector.
Note
The CIM 500 is designed for flexible network installation; the
built-in two port switch makes it possible to daisy chain from
product to product without the need of additional Ethernet
switches. The last product in the chain is only connected to one of
the Ethernet ports. Each Ethernet port has its own MAC address.
CIM
500
CIM
500
TM05 6435 4711
Ethernet
switch
CIM
500
CIM
500
Fig. 17 Example of Industrial Ethernet network
Fig. 19 Selecting the Industrial Ethernet protocol
Pos.
Description
0
PROFINET IO (default from factory)
1
Modbus TCP
2..E
Reserved, LED1 will be permanently red to indicate an
invalid configuration
F
Reset to factory default
Note: The rotary switch has to be set in this position for
20 seconds to reset to factory default. During this period
LED1 will be flashing red and green at the same time to
indicate reset will occur.
Note
Every change of the rotary switch setting, when
the module is powered on, will cause the module
to restart.
7.3 Setting the IP addresses
The CIM 500 Ethernet module is default set up to a fixed IP
address. It is possible to change the IP address settings from the
built-in web server.
2
4
5
6
7
8
IP address:192.168.1.100
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.1.1
IP-settings for
Modbus TCP
Must be setup by the Web server
TM05 7431 1013
3
1
Default IP settings
used by web server
9
Fig. 18 Example of Ethernet connection
Pos.
Description
Designation
1
Industrial Ethernet RJ45 Connector 1
ETH1
2
Industrial Ethernet RJ45 Connector 2
ETH2
3
Rotary switch for protocol selection
SW1
4
Data activity LED for Connector 1
DATA1
5
Link LED for Connector 1
LINK1
6
Data activity LED for Connector 2
DATA2
7
Link LED for Connector 2
LINK2
8
Green/red status LED for Ethernet
communication
LED 1
9
Green/red status LED for internal
communication between module and
pump.
LED 2
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English (GB)
7.2 Setting the Industrial Ethernet protocol
7.5 Status LEDs
The CIM 500 module can be configured using the built-in Web
server. To establish a connection from a PC to CIM 500 the
following steps are required:
The CIM 500 Ethernet module has two status LEDs, (LED1 and
LED2).
•
Connect the PC and the CIM 500 module using an Ethernet
cable.
•
Red/green status LED (LED1) for Ethernet communication
Configure the PC Ethernet port to the same subnetwork as the
CIM 500, e.g. 192.168.1.101, and the subnet mask to
255.255.255.0. See section A.1 How to configure an IP
address on your PC on page 48.
•
Red/green status LED (LED2) for internal communication
between the CIM 500 and the Grundfos product.
LED1
•
See fig. 18.
•
Open a standard Internet browser and type 192.168.1.100 in
the URL field.
•
Log in to the Web server using:
User
Password
Note
admin (factory default)
Grundfos (factory default)
User and password may have been changed from
their factory default values.
TM05 6436 4712
English (GB)
7.4 Establish connection to the Web server
Fig. 20 CIM 500 connected to PC via Ethernet cable
For Further information how to use the Web server.
See section A.2 Web server configuration on page 48.
Note
Note
Both ETH1 and ETH2 can be used to establish a
connection to the Web server.
The web server can be accessed while the
selected Industrial Ethernet protocol is active.
1
Status
Description
Off
No Modbus TCP communication or
switched off.
Flashing green
Modbus TCP communication active.
Permanently red
CIM 500 module configuration fault.
See section 14.3.1.
Permanently red and
green
Error in firmware download.
See section 14.3.1.
Flashing red and
green
Resetting to factory default.
After 20 seconds the CIM 500 will
restart.
LED2
Status
Description
Off
The CIM 500 is switched off.
Flashing red
No internal communication
between the CIM 500 and the
Grundfos product.
Permanently red
The CIM 500 does not support
the Grundfos product connected.
Permanently green
Internal communication between
the CIM 500 and the Grundfos
product is OK.
Permanently red and green
Memory fault.
Note
During start-up, there is a delay of up to
5 seconds before LED1 and LED2 status is
updated.
7.6 DATA and LINK LEDs
The CIM 500 Ethernet module has two connectivity LEDs related
to each RJ45 Connector. See fig.18.
DATA1 and DATA2
These yellow LEDs indicate data traffic activity.
Status
Description
Yellow off
No data communication on RJ45 Connector.
Yellow
flashing
Data communication ongoing on RJ45 Connector.
Steady
yellow
Heavy network traffic on RJ45 Connector.
LNK1 and LINK2
These green LEDs shows whether the Ethernet cable is properly
connected.
Status
14
Description
Green off
No Ethernet Link on RJ45 Connector
Green on
Ethernet Link on RJ45 Connector is OK
English (GB)
8. Modbus function code overview
The supported function codes are shown in the table below:
Type
Code
16-bit data (registers)
Diagnostics
Note
Hex
Name
03
0x03
Read holding registers
04
0x04
Read input registers
06
0x06
Write single register
16
0x10
Write multiple registers
08
08
Diagnostics
See section 13.6 Diagnostics (0x08) for subcodes.
Reading or writing coils are not supported.
The same data are available in both holding registers and input
registers, meaning that either function (0x03 or 0x04) can be
used for reading data.
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English (GB)
9. Modbus register addresses
9.1 Register block overview
The Modbus RTU registers are grouped in the following register
blocks:
Start address
Register block
Permissions
Description
00001
CIM configuration
R/W
Configuration of the CIM module.
00021
CIM status
R
Status registers for the CIM module.
00101
Pump control
R/W
Registers for control of the E-pump.
00201
Pump status
R
Registers for reading mode status from the E-pump.
00301
Pump data
R
Registers for reading measured data values from the E-pump.
00701
Alarm simulation
R/W
Registers for simulating alarms and warnings in the E-pump.
16
Registers in this block can be read by means of function
codes 0x03 and/or 0x04. They can be written as holding
registers with function codes 0x06 and 0x10.
CIM CIM CIM
200 250 500
Address Register name
Description
00001
SlaveMinimumReplyDelay
The minimum reply delay from the slave in ms.
Value range: 0-10000, i.e. up to 10 seconds reply delay. This delay is
typically used in conjunction with a radio modem. The delay value is
stored in the device and will remain after a power-off. The delay set here
will be added to the internal delay in the device.
Default value is 0.
●
-
-
00002
RegisterOffset
An address offset that is added to all addresses above 00100.
Default value is 0.
Note: This offset does not affect the CIM configuration register block or
the CIM status register block addresses. The register offset value is
stored in the device and will remain after a power-off.
For most applications, this offset should not be changed.
●
●
●
00003
This register holds the active Modbus address. The default value is
0xE7 (231), and there is normally no need to change this value.
SoftwareDefinedModbusAddress Note: For CIM 200, this value is used only when the transmission speed
is set to "Software-defined" on DIP switches SW4 and SW5.
Otherwise, it will be ignored by the slave.
●
●
-
00004
SoftwareDefinedBitRate
Modbus software-defined transmission speed enumeration.
The software-defined transmission speed value is stored in the device
and will remain after a power-off.
0: 1200 bits/s
1: 2400 bits/s
2: 4800 bits/s
3: 9600 bits/s
4: 19200 bits/s
5: 38400 bits/s.
Note: This value is used only when the transmission speed is set to
"Software-defined" on DIP switches SW4 and SW5 by selecting a value
outside the range [0; 247]. Otherwise, it will be ignored by the slave.
●
-
-
00005
AutoAckControlBits
Used to select the behaviour of control bit acknowledgements from the
CIM/CIU.
0: Disabled.
Control bits are not automatically lowered when accepted by the device.
The user must lower the triggered control bit manually before the control
bit can be triggered again.
1: Enabled.
Control bits are automatically lowered when accepted by the device.
The user does not have to lower it manually [default].
●
●
●
00006
ReadWriteSeparation
Not used.
-
-
-
00007
ScadaCallBackRegister
Not used.
-
-
-
00008
NoDataActivityTimeout
The elapsed time with no data activity before the module issues a
"GPRS restart".
-
●
-
SoftwareDefinedParity
Parity setting to be used when using "software-defined" settings.
0: No parity [default]
1: Even parity
2: Odd parity.
Note: For CIM 200, this value is used only when the transmission speed
is set to "Software-defined" on DIP switches SW4 and SW5.
Otherwise, it will be ignored by the slave.
●
-
-
SoftwareDefinedStopBit
Stop bit setting to be used when using "software-defined" settings.
0: No stop bit
1: 1 stop bit [default]
2: 2 stop bits.
Note: For CIM 200, this value is used only when the transmission speed
is set to "Software-defined" on DIP switches SW4 and SW5.
Otherwise, it will be ignored by the slave.
●
-
-
ScadaPinCode
PIN code for SCADA systems, etc.
If GeneralStatus.ScadaPinCodeEnabled (register 00029, bit 0) is
enabled, the correct PIN code must be entered in this register in order to
gain access to remote control and configuration.
Verify acceptance in GeneralStatus.WriteAccess (register 00029, bit 1).
Programming of the SCADA PIN code takes place via the SMS
command SETSCADACODE. See "CIM 25X SMS commands"
(supplement to the installation and operating instructions) on the
CD-ROM supplied with the GSM module.
-
●
-
00009
00010
00011
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English (GB)
9.2 CIM configuration register block
9.3 CIM status register block
English (GB)
Registers in this block can be read by means of function codes
0x03 and/or 0x04. They are read-only. This block can be used for
various kinds of fault finding.
Address Register name
Description
CIM CIM CIM
200 250 500
00021
GENIbusCRCErrorCnt
Holds a CRC error counter for the GENIbus connection to the E-pump.
●
●
●
00022
GENIbusDataErrorCnt
Holds a data error counter for the GENIbus connection to the E-pump.
●
●
●
00023
VersionNumber
A Grundfos-specific version number. This is an unsigned integer value.
●
●
●
00024
ActualModbusAddress
Holds the current Modbus slave address of the device.
Valid value range: 1…247.
●
●
●
00025
00026
GENIbusTXcountHI
GENIbusTXcountLO
Holds a transmit counter for total number of telegrams sent to the
E-pump on the GENIbus connection.
●
●
●
00027
00028
GENIbusRXcountHI
GENIbusRXcountLO
Holds a receive counter for total number of telegrams received from the
E-pump on the GENIbus connection.
●
●
●
GeneralStatus
Bit 0: ScadaPinCodeEnabled
PIN code functionality.
0: No PIN code required.
1: PIN code required to perform remote control and configuration.
Activation of SCADA PIN code protection takes place via the SMS
command SCADACODE. See "CIM 25X SMS commands"
(supplement to the installation and operating instructions) on the
CD-ROM supplied with the GSM module.
-
●
-
00029
GeneralStatus
Bit 1: WriteAccess
Remote write access.
0: No write access (the PIN code is incorrect)
1: Full write access (the PIN code is either correct or not enabled).
UnitFamily
Grundfos product family.
●
●
●
00031
UnitType
Grundfos product type.
●
●
●
00032
UnitVersion
Grundfos product version.
●
●
●
00030
9.4 Pump control register block
Registers in this block can be read by means of function codes
0x03 and/or 0x04. They can be written as holding registers with
function codes 0x06 and 0x10.
Address Register name
Bit 0: RemoteAccessReq
Control bit that sets local or remote control.
0: Local
1: Remote (controlled by Modbus master).
This bit must be set to 1 if the E-pump is to be controlled by a Modbus master.
Bit 1: OnOffReq
Control bit that switches the E-pump on or off.
0: Off (stop)
1: On (start).
Bit 2: ResetAlarm
Control bit that resets alarms and warnings from the E-pump.
0: No resetting
1: Resetting alarm.
This control bit is triggered on rising edge only, i.e. setting logical 0 to 1.
See section 9.2 CIM configuration register block, address 00005, for acknowledgement
behaviour.
Bit 4: CopyToLocal
Copies remote settings to local pump settings.
Only available on MAGNA3 and MGE model H.
0: Disabled
1: Enabled.
Bit 5: EnableMaxFlowLimit
Enables or disables the FLOWLIMIT function. Set the maximum flow limit value in register
00106. Only available on MAGNA3 and MGE model H.
0: Disabled (only used in control mode FLOWADAPT)
1: Enabled (used in all control modes).
Bits 6-15: RESERVED
-
00101
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Description
Description
00102
ControlMode
Sets the control mode enumeration.
Some modes are not supported by all E-pumps.
0:
Constant speed
1:
Constant frequency
3:
Constant head
4:
Constant pressure
5:
Constant differential pressure
6:
Proportional pressure
7:
Constant flow
8:
Constant temperature
10: Constant level
128: AUTOADAPT
129: FLOWADAPT (set FLOWLIMIT in register 00106)
130: Closed-loop sensor.
See section 10.1 Control mode.
OperationMode
A state enumeration to control the E-pump operating mode.
0: Auto-control (setpoint control according to selected control mode)
4: OpenLoopMin (running at minimum speed)
6: OpenLoopMax (running at maximum speed).
Note: "OnOffReq" has higher priority than "OperationMode", meaning that "OnOffReq"
must be set to On for "OperationMode" to have any effect.
Setpoint
Sets the E-pump setpoint.
The scale is 0.01 %, so the value must be from 0 to 10000 to represent the entire 0-100 %
range.
Closed loop
Percentage of closed-loop feedback sensor range.
Open loop
Percentage of total system performance.
Common examples
4700: 47 %
8000: 80 %.
See section 10.2 Setpoint.
00103
00104
English (GB)
Address Register name
RelayControl
A register to control the relays. Is bitwise interpreted as follows:
Bit 0: Relay1Control
Controls the state of relay 1.
0: Closed
1: Open.
Bit 1: Relay2Control
Controls the state of relay 2.
0: Closed
1: Open.
Bits 2-15: RESERVED
-
00106
SetMaxFlowLimit
Sets the maximum flow limit, FLOWLIMIT (must be enabled in register 00101, bit 5).
The value is set in 0.01 m3/h. If enabled, the FLOWLIMIT is active in all control modes.
If disabled, it will only be active in FLOWADAPT control mode. Only available on MAGNA3
and MGE model H.
00107
SetPumpUNIX_RTC_HI
00108
SetPumpUNIX_RTC_LO
00105
Sets the real-time clock in the pump in unix format (seconds since 01-01-1970).
Only available on MAGNA3 and MGE model H.
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9.5 Pump status register block
English (GB)
Registers in this register block can be read by means of function
codes 0x03 and/or 0x04. They are read-only.
Address Register name
00201
00202
20
Description
Bits 0-1: RESERVED
-
Bit 2: MaxFlowLimitEnabled
Indicates if the MaxFlowLimit is enabled (enable with register 00101, bit 5).
Only available on MAGNA3 and MGE model H.
0: Disabled
1: Enabled.
Bit 3: ResetAlarmAck
Indicates if a ResetAlarm command was acknowledged by the device. This bit will be set
when the CIU has accepted a ResetAlarm command, and the programmer can clear the
ResetAlarm bit. The ResetAlarmAck bit will automatically be cleared to 0 by the CIU when
the ResetAlarm bit is cleared by the master device, and a new ResetAlarm command can
be attempted by raising ResetAlarm bit again.
0: No acknowledgement
1: Command acknowledged.
This functionality is only used when AutoAcknowledgeEvents is disabled.
See section 9.2 CIM configuration register block.
Bit 4: SetpointInfluence
Indicates if setpoint influence is active.
0: Not active
1: Active.
Bit 5: AtMaxPower
Indicates if the E-pump is running at its power limit. Only available on MAGNA3 and MGE
model H.
0: Not running at power limit
1: Running at power limit.
Bit 6: Rotation
Indicates if the E-pump is rotating (running) or not.
0: No rotation
1: Rotation.
Bit 7: Direction
Indicates the current rotational direction of the E-pump.
0: Clockwise.
1: Counter-clockwise.
Bit 8: AccessMode
Indicates if the E-pump is locally or remotely controlled.
0: Local (a local control source with higher priority controls the E-pump)
1: Remote (controlled by Modbus master).
Bit 9: OnOff
Indicates if the E-pump is on or off.
0: Off (stopped, the green LED on the E-pump flashes)
1: On (started, the green LED on the E-pump is on).
Started does not necessarily indicate rotation, for instance in case of low-flow stop.
Bit 10: Fault
Indicates if there is a fault or not.
0: No fault
1: Fault (red LED on the E-pump is on).
Bit 11: Warning
Indicates if there is a warning or not. The E-pump will continue running even if there is a
warning.
0: No warning
1: Warning (red LED on the E-pump is on).
Bit 12: RESERVED
-
Bit 13: AtMaxSpeed
Indicates if the E-pump is running at maximum speed.
0: No
1: Yes.
Bit 14: RESERVED
-
Bit 15: AtMinSpeed
Indicates if the E-pump is running at minimum speed.
0: No
1: Yes.
ProcessFeedback
Indicates the actual process feedback from the E-pump.
The scale is 0.01 %, so the valid value range is from 0 to 10000.
This value can be compared with the setpoint value.
Closed loop
Percentage of closed-loop feedback sensor range.
Open loop
Percentage of E-pump performance.
Common examples
4700: 47 %
8000: 80 %.
Description
00203
ControlMode
Indicates the actual control mode.
0:
Constant speed
1:
Constant frequency
3:
Constant head
4:
Constant pressure
5:
Constant differential pressure
6:
Proportional pressure
7:
Constant flow
8:
Constant temperature
10: Constant level
128: AUTOADAPT
129: FLOWADAPT
130: Closed-loop sensor.
00204
OperationMode
Indicates the actual operating mode.
0: Auto-control (setpoint control according to selected control mode)
4: OpenLoopMin (running at minimum speed)
6: OpenLoopMax (running at maximum speed).
00205
AlarmCode
The Grundfos-specific alarm code. See section 16. Grundfos alarm and warning codes.
00206
WarningCode
The Grundfos-specific warning code. See section 16. Grundfos alarm and warning codes.
Bits 0-7:
MonthsToBearingService
Indicates the number of months until the next bearing service (not available on all
E-pumps).
This value can be 0, 1, 3, 6, 12 and 24 months, if available. A value of 24 months means
"24 months or more". A value of 0xFF indicates that the information is not available.
Bit 8: BearingServiceType
Indicates the type of the next bearing service (not available on all E-pumps).
0: Lubricate bearings
1: Change bearings.
00207
English (GB)
Address Register name
Bits 9-15: RESERVED
-
RESERVED
-
00209
FeedbackSensorUnit
Indicates the unit of the feedback sensor.
0: bar
1: mbar
2: m
3: kPa
4: psi
5: ft
6: m3/h
7: m3/s
8: l/s
9: gpm
10: °C
11: °F
12: %
13: K
14: W.
00210
FeedbackSensorMin
Minimum value of the feedback sensor. Unit of the sensor minimum is defined by register
00209.
00211
FeedbackSensorMax
Maximum value of the feedback sensor. Unit of the sensor maximum is defined by register
00209.
00208
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9.6 Pump data register block
English (GB)
Registers in this block can be read by means of function codes
0x03 and/or 0x04. They are read-only. The table below shows
which registers each E-pump type supports.
Table legend
3:
3ph
Only available on MAGNA3.
:
3-phase only.
CUE: CUE drive only.
MGE: Pumps with MGE motor only.
G:
Only available on model G and later versions.
H:
Only available on model H and later versions.
S:
Sensor required.
●:
Always available.
*:
If the E-pump is a TPE Series 2000, the value is estimated
and always available.
Address Register name
Description
Scale
0.25 - 7.5 kW 11-22 kW + CUE
MAGNA/
UPE
00301
Head
Actual system head/pressure.
0.001 bar
S
S
●
00302
VolumeFlow
Actual system flow.
0.1 m3/h
S*
S*
●
00303
RelativePerformance
Performance relative to maximum
performance.
0.01 %
●
●
●
00304
Speed
Motor speed.
1 rpm
●
●
●
00305
Frequency
Actual control signal applied to motor. 0.1 Hz
●
●
●
00306
DigitalInput
Logical value of external digital input
signals.
bits
●
●
3
00307
DigitalOutput
Logical value of external digital output
signals.
bits
●
●
3
00308
ActualSetpoint
Actual setpoint (according to control
mode).
0.01 %
●
●
●
00309
MotorCurrent
Actual motor current.
0.1 A
●
●
3
00310
DCLinkVoltage
Frequency converter DC-Link voltage. 0.1 V
●
●
●
00311
MotorVoltage
Motor voltage.
0.1 V
●
●
-
00312
00313
PowerHI
PowerLO
Total power consumption of the
system.
1W
●
●
●
3
00314
RemoteFlow
Measured flow at external sensor.
0.1 m /h
G+S
S
-
00315
InletPressure
System inlet pressure (relative to
atmospheric pressure). Has an offset
of -1.000 bar.
0.001 bar
G+S
S
-
00316
RemotePressure
Measured pressure at external sensor
(relative to atmospheric pressure).
0.001 bar
G+S
S
3+S
00317
Level
Tank level. Has an offset of
-100.00 m.
0.01 m
S
S
-
00318
PowerElectronicTemp
Temperature in frequency converter.
0.01 K
●
●
-
00319
MotorTemp
Motor winding temperature.
0.01 K
G+S
+ 3ph
S
-
00320
RemoteTemp
Temperature at external sensor.
0.01 K
S
S
-
00321
ElectronicTemp
E-pump electronics temperature.
0.01 K
H
MGE
3
00322
PumpLiquidTemp
Pumped-liquid temperature.
0.01 K
G+S
S
●
00323
BearingTempDE
Bearing temperature, drive end.
0.01 K
H+S
S
-
00324
BearingTempNDE
Bearing temperature, non-drive end.
0.01 K
H+S
S
-
00325
AuxSensorInput
Auxiliary sensor input.
0.01 %
S
S
-
00326
SpecificEnergyConsumpti
on
Specific energy consumption.
1 Wh/m
H+S
CUE + S
3
00327
00328
OperationTimeHI
OperationTimeLO
Total operating time of the system.
1 hour
●
●
●
00329
00330
TotalPoweredTimeHI
TotalPoweredTimeLO
Total power-on time of the system.
1 hour
●
●
●
●
-
3
00331
Torque
Motor torque.
0.1 Nm
3ph
00332
00333
EnergyHI
EnergyLO
Total energy consumption of the
system.
1 kWh
●
●
●
00334
00335
NumberOfStartsHI
NumberOfStartsLO
Number of times the E-pump has
been started.
1 start
●
●
3
00336
Volume
Total pumped volume.
0.01 m3
H+S
CUE + S
3
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Description
Scale
00337
RemoteTemp2
Temperature at external temperature
sensor 2.
0.01 K
00338
UserSetpoint
User-selected setpoint.
0.01 %
00339
Diffpressure
Pressure between pump flanges.
0.001 bar
00340
OutletPressure
Pressure at pump outlet.
0.001 bar
00341
RemotePressure2
Pressure measured by external
sensor 2.
0.001 bar
00342
LoadPercent
Motor current in percent of rated
motor current.
0.01 %
00343
00344
PumpUNIX_RTC_HI
PumpUNIX_RTC_LO
Pump time and date in UNIX format
1s
(seconds since 01-01-1970 00:00:00).
00345
MaxFlowLimit
Actual maximum flow limit.
0.1 m3/h
00346
RemoteDiffTemp
Remote differential temperature.
0.01 K
00347
InletDiffPressure
Inlet differential pressure.
0.001 bar
H+S
-
-
00348
OutletDiffPressure
Outlet differential pressure.
0.001 bar
H+S
-
-
H+S
-
3+S
●
●
●
H+S
-
3
H+S
-
-
H+S
-
-
H
-
3
H
-
3
H
-
3
H+S
-
-
00349
RemoteDiffPressure
Remote differential pressure.
0.001 bar
H+S
-
-
00350
StorageTankLevel
Storage tank level.
0.01 m
H+S
-
-
00351
AmbientTemp
Ambient temperature.
0.01 K
H+S
-
-
00352
00353
HeatEnergyCounter_HI► Total accumulated heat energy in
HeatEnergyCounter_LO► pump life time
1kWh
H+S
-
3
►
00354
00355
HeatPower_HI
HeatPower_LO►
Actual heat power
1W
H+S
-
3
00356
HeatDiffTemp►
Differential temperature between
forward and return pipe used for heat
calculation.
0.01 K
H+S
-
3
►:
The availability of these measurements requires that the data
register 00302 VolumeFlow is available and that a differential
temperature measurement is established by one of the below
means:
MGE model H/I:
•
Direct measurement, where an analog or temperature input
has been configured to Remote differential temperature
•
PumpLiquidTemp (register 00322) measured by build in
Grundfos sensor and RemoteTemp2 (register 00337)
measured by analog or temperature input.
•
RemoteTemp1 (register 00320) and RemoteTemp2
(register 00337) measured by analog or temperature input.
MAGNA3:
For the calculation an estimated flow value and measurement of
the liquid temperature by the build-in temperature sensor is used.
Connection of an external temperature sensor is needed for the
pump to calculate the needed differential temperature.
Note
A data value of 0xFFFF indicates "not available".
Note
Estimated flow can be used for monitoring
purposes only, but it is not recommended for
controlling purposes.
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English (GB)
0.25 - 7.5 kW 11-22 kW + CUE
MAGNA/
UPE
Address Register name
9.7 Sensor-dependent measurements
English (GB)
As appears from the table, many of the measurement registers
require a particular sensor to be present.
Because a limited number of sensors are available, only a few of
the "S" marked data modules will be available simultaneously.
The sections following describe the relation between available
Modbus measurement registers and the setup of sensors.
The description is split into sections for different pump types,
because the approach varies.
Old MAGNA and UPE pump types
•
No connection of external sensor possible.
MAGNA3
•
Connection of temperature sensor and selection of analog
input function "Constant temperature control" will make
RemoteTemp2 (00337) measurement available.
•
Connection of pressure sensor and selection of analog input
function "Constant pressure control" will make
RemotePressure1 (00316) measurement available.
CUE and all E-pump types except models H and I
Sensor unit configuration
with handheld or PC Tool
Modbus data registers generated from sensor measurement
Feedback sensor
(AI1)
Measuring sensor*
(AI2)
Measuring sensor**
(AI3)
Head (00301)
FeedTankLevel (00317)+)
Head (00301) and
FeedTankLevel (00317)+)or
InletPressure (00315)
Head (00301) and
FeedTankLevel (00317)+)
or RemotePressure1 (00316)
VolumeFlow (00302)
VolumeFlow (00302)
or
RemoteFlow (00314)
VolumeFlow (00302)
or
RemoteFlow (00314)
RemoteTemp1 (00320)
PumpLiquidTemp (00322)
PumpLiquidTemp (00322)
or RemoteTemp1 (00320)
AuxSensorInput (00325)
AuxSensorInput (00325)
AuxSensorInput (00325)
bar
mbar
m
kPa
psi
ft
m3/h
m3/s
l/s
gpm
°C
°F
%
*
CUE and 11-22 kW E-pumps only.
** CUE, 11-22 kW E-pumps and model G only.
+)
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Only if "m" or "ft" is selected.
Measured parameters
(Selected from display or handheld)
Parameter
Analog input
AI1, AI2, AI3
Temperature PT100
input T1, T2
Grundfos
built-in
sensor
Grundfos
LiqTec
sensor
Mapped to Modbus register
Pump inlet pressure
●
InletPressure (00315)
Pump inlet diff. press
●
InletDiffPressure (00347)
Pump outlet pressure
●
OutletPressure (00340)
Pump outlet diff press
●
Pump diff. pressure
●
Remote pressure 1
●
RemotePressure1 (00316)
Remote pressure 2
●
RemotePressure2 (00341)
Remote diff. pressure
●
RemoteDiffpressure (00349)
Feed tank level
●
FeedTankLevel (00317)
Storage tank level
●
StorageTankLevel (00350)
Pump flow
●
VolumeFlow (00302)
Remote flow
●
Pumped liquid temp
●
●
Temperature 1
●
●
RemoteTemp1 (00320)
Temperature 2
●
●
RemoteTemp2 (00337)
Remote diff. temp
●
Ambient temperature
●
OutletDiffPressure (00348)
●
DiffPressure (00339)
RemoteFlow (00314)
●
●
PumpLiquidTemp (00322)
RemoteDiffTemp (00346)
●
AmbientTemp (00351)
Motor bearing temp. BE
●
BearingTempDE (00323)
Motor bearing temp. NDE
●
BearingTempNDE (00324)
Other parameter
●
AuxSensorInput (00325)
9.8 Alarm simulation register block
Alarm simulation can be used to simulate alarms and warnings on
the E-pump. This is typically used when testing alarm event
handling in BMS/SCADA system controllers. A simulated alarm
will not cause the E-pump to stop running, but it will indicate the
alarm condition on the bus.
0.25 - 7.5 kW
11-22 kW + CUE
MAGNA
/UPE
Alarm code to simulate. See section 16. Grundfos
alarm and warning codes.
H
●
3
Simulation.WarningCode
Warning code to simulate. See section 16. Grundfos
alarm and warning codes.
H
●
3
00708
Simulation.Activate
Used to activate alarm simulation with alarms/
warnings selected from registers 00701 and 00702.
0: Deactivate simulation
1: Activate simulation
H
●
3
00709
Simulation.Active
Status on alarm simulation.
0: Alarm simulation not active
1: Alarm simulation active
H
●
3
Address Register name
Description
00701
Simulation.AlarmCode
00702
●: Always available.
H: Only available on model H and later versions.
3: Only available on MAGNA3.
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English (GB)
E-pump models H and I
10.1 Control mode
The supported control modes are described further in this
section. The control mode is set with register 00102 and its status
can be read from register 00203.
Control modes
Description
> Constant speed (0)
> Constant frequency (1)
Open loop
The setpoint of the E-pump will be interpreted as
setpoint for the performance.
The setpoint value is a percentage of the maximum
performance of the E-pump.
No sensor is required in these modes.
Illustration
Q
Q
> Constant flow (7)
> Constant temperature (8)
> Constant level (10)
Closed loop
The setpoint of the E-pump will be interpreted as
setpoint for the flow, temperature or level. Constant flow
is indicated in the diagram.
A relevant sensor is required:
• A flow sensor for flow control
• a temperature sensor for temperature control
• a level sensor for level control.
TM04 2290 2208
H
H
Q
TM04 2288 2208
> Constant head (3)
> Constant pressure (4)
> Constant differential pressure (5)
Closed loop
The setpoint of the E-pump will be interpreted as
setpoint for the pressure.
The E-pump will adapt the speed so that the pressure is
constant, regardless of the flow.
A pressure sensor is required.
TM04 2289 2208
H
> Proportional pressure (6)
Closed loop
The setpoint of the E-pump will be interpreted as
setpoint in proportional-pressure mode as shown in the
diagram.
A pressure sensor is required.
Q
TM04 2291 2208
H
> AUTOADAPT (128)
Q
TM05 3241 1012
H
In this control mode, the setpoint curve is a proportionalpressure curve where the setpoint has been set from
factory. The AUTOADAPT algorithm in the pump will, over
time, optimise the setpoint value according to the pipe
characteristics of the system. The setpoint curve will
always be adjusted in a downward direction.
H
>FLOWADAPT (129)
This control mode works similar to AUTOADAPT, except
that the flow-limiting function, FLOWLIMIT, is always
active and limits the flow to the value
ActualMaxFlowLimit.
Q
> Closed-loop sensor (130)
H: Pressure (head)
Q: Flow
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This is a general purpose closed-loop control mode that
can be used in cases where the pump is used for a type
of control not covered by one of the other control modes.
TM05 3242 1012
English (GB)
10. Detailed descriptions of registers
English (GB)
10.2 Setpoint
The setpoint is written to register 00104 and the actual setpoint
can be read from register 00308. Register 00104 setpoint accepts
values ranging from 0 to 10000 (0 % to 100 %). This is illustrated
in fig. 21. The setpoint is a percentage of the maximum setpoint
or sensor maximum (max. = 100 %). The setpoint value can
represent speed, pressure, flow, etc., depending on the selected
control mode.
A setpoint of 0 does not imply a stop.
Minimum
setpoint
0=0%
Setpoint [%]
10000 = 100 %
TM04 2373 2508
Effective setpoint
Sensor
maximum
Fig. 21 Setpoint
10.2.1 Setpoint examples
Closed loop
If the control mode is set to constant pressure (closed loop), and
the pressure sensor is in the range of 0 to 10 bar, a setpoint of
80 % will result in an effective setpoint of 8 bar.
If the sensor range was 0-16 bar, a 50 % setpoint would be 8 bar,
a 25 % setpoint would be 4 bar, and so on.
10 bar
0=0%
8000 = 80 %
10000 = 100 %
TM04 2371 2508
8 bar
Fig. 22 Constant pressure
Open loop
If the control mode is set to constant frequency (open loop), the
setpoint is interpreted as setpoint for the system performance.
The example shows that a 50 % setpoint equals a 50 % system
performance.
Maximum
system
performance
0=0%
5000 = 50 %
10000 = 100 %
TM04 2372 2508
50 % system
performance
Fig. 23 Constant frequency
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10.3 Alarms and warnings
English (GB)
Code
Address
Name
Description
00206
WarningCode
Code for E-pump warning.
00205
FaultCode
Code for E-pump alarm.
In the WarningCode register, the cause of an E-pump warning
can be read. A warning has no influence on the E-pump
operation.
In the FaultCode register, the cause of an E-pump alarm can be
read. An E-pump alarm will always lead to a reaction in the
E-pump operation, usually the E-pump will be stopped, but some
alarms in some E-pump types have programmable alarm action
types.
The complete list of possible alarm/warning codes is shown
below. Not all codes apply to all E-pump types.
Code
149
155
Inrush fault
156
Communication fault, internal frequency converter
module
161
Sensor supply fault, 5 V
162
Sensor supply fault, 24 V
163
Measurement fault, motor protection
164
Signal fault, Liqtec sensor
165
Signal fault, analog input 1
166
Signal fault, analog input 2
167
Signal fault, analog input 3
175
Signal fault, temperature 2 sensor
Alarm/warning description
176
Signal fault, temperature 3 sensor
1
Leakage current
190
Limit exceeded, sensor 1
2
Missing phase
191
Limit exceeded, sensor 2
3
External fault signal
240
Lubricate bearings (specific service information)
4
Too many restarts
241
Motor phase failure
7
Too many hardware shutdowns
242
Automatic motor model recognition failed
14
Electronic DC-link protection activated (ERP)
16
Other
30
Change bearings (specific service information)
31
Change varistor(s) (specific service information)
32
Overvoltage
40
Undervoltage
41
Undervoltage transient
42
Cut-in fault (dV/dt)
45
Voltage asymmetry
48
Overload
49
Overcurrent (i_line, i_dc, i_mo)
50
Motor protection function, general shutdown (MPF)
51
Blocked motor/pump
54
Motor protection function, 3 sec. limit
55
Motor current protection activated (MCP)
56
Underload
57
Dry running
60
Low input power
64
Overtemperature
65
Motor temperature 1 (t_m or t_mo or t_mo1)
67
Temperature too high, internal frequency converter
module (t_m)
70
Thermal relay 2 in motor (e.g. thermistor)
72
Hardware fault, type 1
73
Hardware shutdown (HSD)
76
Internal communication fault
77
Communication fault, twin-head pump
80
Hardware fault, type 2
83
Verification error, FE parameter area (EEPROM)
85
Verification error, BE parameter area (EEPROM)
88
Sensor fault
89
Signal fault, (feedback) sensor 1
91
Signal fault, temperature 1 sensor
93
Signal fault, sensor 2
96
Setpoint signal outside range
105
Electronic rectifier protection activated (ERP)
106
Electronic inverter protection activated (EIP)
148
Motor bearing temperature high (Pt100) in drive end
(DE)
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Alarm/warning description
Motor bearing temperature high (Pt100) in non-drive
end (NDE)
Note
English (GB)
11. Modbus RTU commissioning, step-by-step guides
If the sensor configuration is changed, restart the
CIM/CIU unit to ensure a correct scaling of the
sensor value.
11.1 Hardware setup (CIM 200)
Step
Action
1
Install the CIM 200 in the Grundfos pump according to the pump documentation.
2
Complete the pump configuration, e.g. sensor configuration and local mode.
This can be done either on the pump control panel, via the R100 or Grundfos GO Remote or Grundfos PC Tool E-Products.
3
Select the Modbus slave address (1-247).
4
Select the bit rate of the Modbus slave.
5
Select parity and stop bits of the Modbus slave (even parity with 1 stop bit or no parity with 2 stop bits).
6
If necessary, set line termination.
7
Connect the necessary cables from the CIM 200 to the Modbus network.
8
Confirm that the GENIbus LED is constantly green and that the Modbus LED is either off (if no master is actively polling the
slave) or flashing green (indicating error-free communication).
The CIM 200 is now ready to be accessed via the Modbus network.
11.2 Hardware setup (CIU 200)
Step
Action
1
Complete the pump configuration, e.g. sensor configuration and local mode.
This can be done either via the R100 or Grundfos GO remote control or Grundfos PC Tool E-Products.
2
Select the Modbus slave address (1-247).
3
Select the transmission speed of the Modbus slave.
4
Select parity and stop bits of the Modbus slave (even parity with 1 stop bit or no parity with 2 stop bits).
5
If necessary, set line termination.
6
Connect the GENIbus cable from the CIU 200 to the E-pump.
7
Connect the necessary cables from the CIU 200 to the Modbus network.
8
Connect the power supply cable to the CIU 200, and switch the unit on.
9
Confirm that the GENIbus LED is constantly green and that the Modbus LED is either off (if no master is actively polling the
slave) or flashing green (indicating error-free communication).
The CIU 200 is now ready to be accessed via the Modbus network.
11.3 Hardware setup (CIM 250 GSM call-up)
Step
Action
1
Install the CIM 250 in the Grundfos pump according to the pump documentation.
2
Fit a GSM antenna to the CIM module SMA connector. See section 6.1.1 Fitting a GSM antenna.
3
Insert the SIM card in the CIM 250. See section 6.1.2 Inserting the SIM card.
4
Power on the Grundfos E-pump.
5
Observe that LED2 turns steady green (see section 6.2 Status LEDs), indicating that the CIM module is fitted correctly.
6
Observe that LED1 blinks yellow and changes to yellow pulsing after approximately 30 s (see section 6.2 Status LEDs),
indicating that the GSM connection is working.
By making a call-up from a phone the connection can be verified (LED1 turns steady yellow).
7
For configuring the CIM 250 for a call-up connection, follow the instructions in the "CIM 25X SMS commands installation
and operating instructions" (included on CIM/CIU support files CD), section 2.1-3.
8
To verify the GSM settings after completion, the SMS command GSMSETTINGS can be used.
The CIM 250 is now ready to be accessed from a Modbus RTU master via GSM call-up (or via SMS commands).
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11.4 Hardware setup (CIU 250 GSM call-up)
English (GB)
Step
Action
1
Connect the GENIbus cable from the CIU 250 to the Grundfos product. See fig. 5 in the "CIU, Communication Interface
Unit installation and operating instructions".
2
Fit a GSM antenna to the CIM module SMA connector. See section 6.1.1 Fitting a GSM antenna.
3
Insert the SIM card in the CIM 250. See section 6.1.2 Inserting the SIM card.
4
Connect the mains cable to the CIU 250 (see the CIU quick guide instruction) and power on the CIU 250.
5
Power on the Grundfos product
6
Observe that LED2 turns steady green (see section 6.2 Status LEDs), indicating that the GENIbus connection is working.
7
Observe that LED1 blinks yellow and changes to yellow pulsing after approximately 30 s (see section 6.2 Status LEDs),
indicating that the GSM connection is working.
By making a call-up from a phone the connection can be verified (LED1 turns steady yellow).
8
For configuring the CIU 250 for a call-up connection, follow the instructions in the "CIM 25X SMS commands installation
and operating instructions" (included on CIM/CIU support files CD), section 2.1-3.
9
To verify the GSM settings after completion, the SMS command GSMSETTINGS can be used.
The CIU 250 is now ready to be accessed from a Modbus RTU master via GSM call-up (or via SMS commands).
11.5 Hardware setup (CIM 250 GPRS connection)
Step
Action
1
Install the CIM 250 in the Grundfos product according to the product documentation.
2
Fit a GSM antenna to the CIM module SMA connector. See section 6.1.1 Fitting a GSM antenna.
3
Insert the SIM card in the CIM 250. See section 6.1.2 Inserting the SIM card.
4
Power on the Grundfos product
5
Observe that LED2 turns steady green. See section 6.2 Status LEDs.
6
Observe that LED1 blinks yellow and changes to yellow pulsing after approximately 30 s (see section 6.2 Status LEDs),
indicating that the GSM connection is working.
7
For configuring the CIM 250 for a GPRS connection, follow the instructions in the "CIM 25X SMS commands installation
and operating instructions" (included on CIM/CIU support files CD), sections 2.1, 2.2 and 2.4.
8
To verify the GPRS setting after completion, the SMS command GPRSSETTING can be used.
To verify that the GPRS connection is working, the SMS command GPRSSTATUS can be used. The connection state
should be "Context active" if ready and "Connected" if a Modbus TCP master is already communicating.
The CIM 250 is now ready to be accessed from a Modbus TCP master via GPRS (or via SMS commands).
11.6 Hardware setup (CIU 250 GPRS connection)
Step
Action
1
Connect the GENIbus cable from the CIU 250 to the Grundfos product. See the CIU quick guide instruction.
2
Fit a GSM antenna to the CIM module SMA connector. See section 6.1.1 Fitting a GSM antenna.
3
Insert the SIM card in the CIM 250. See section 6.1.2 Inserting the SIM card.
4
Connect the mains cable to the CIU 250 (see the CIU quick-guide instruction), and power on the CIU 250.
5
Power on the Grundfos product.
6
Observe that LED2 turns steady green (see section 6.2 Status LEDs), indicating that the GENIbus connection is working.
7
Observe that LED1 blinks yellow and changes to yellow pulsing after approximately 30 s (see section 6.2 Status LEDs),
indicating that the GSM connection is working.
8
For configuring the CIM 250 for a GPRS connection, follow the instructions in the "CIM 25X SMS commands installation
and operating instructions" (included on CIM/CIU support files CD), sections 2.1, 2.2 and 2.4.
The CIU 250 is now ready to be accessed from a Modbus TCP master via GPRS (or via SMS commands).
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English (GB)
11.7 Modbus TCP communication setup (CIM 500)
Step
Action
1
Install the CIM 500 in the Grundfos E-pump according to the pump documentation.
2
Select position 1 at the protocol rotary switch. See section 7.2 Setting the Industrial Ethernet protocol.
3
Power on the E-pump, and observe LED2 turn steady green and LED1 remaining off.
4
Complete the pump configuration, e.g. sensor configuration and selection of local Operating mode, local Control mode and
local Setpoint (e.g. via Go Remote)
5
Connect one of the CIM 500 Ethernet ports (RJ45) to a PC using an Ethernet cable.
6
Configure the PC Ethernet port to the same subnetwork as the CIM 500 (e.g. 192.168.1.1) and the subnet mask to
255.255.255.0. See section A.1 How to configure an IP address on your PC on page 48.
7
Open your internet browser and make contact to the CIM 500 Web server.
Default: 192.168.1.100
8
Log on to the Web server. Default:
User: admin
Password: Grundfos.
9
In the menu column to the left select: Configuration > Real time Ethernet protocol
10
Type in an IP address belonging to the same subnet as your PC (e.g. 192.168.1.2).
11
Type in the subnet mask 255.255.255.0, and leave the rest of the settings at their factory default values.
12
Click [Submit] to transfer the new settings, and close the Web browser.
CIM 500 is now ready to be accessed from a Modbus TCP master via one of its Ethernet ports. Use the IP address selected under
step 9. The Modbus address (Unit ID) in the Modbus TCP telegram is not used.
• The CIM 500 LED 1 will be flashing green when Modbus TCP communication takes place.
•
You can use the two Ethernet ports for daisy chaining of CIM 500 modules.
•
It is possible to have connection to the Web server simultaneously with a connection to a Modbus TCP master.
•
It is possible to have connection to more Modbus TCP masters simultaneously, e.g. to have connection to PC Tool CIM/CIU while
connected to another Modbus TCP master.
11.8 Modbus TCP communication setup (CIU 500)
Step
Action
1
Check that both CIU 500 unit and the E-pump are powered off.
2
Remove the front cover of the CIU 500 unit.
3
Select position 1 at the CIM 500 module protocol rotary switch. See section 7.2 Setting the Industrial Ethernet protocol.
4
Connect the GENIbus cable from the CIU 500 to the E-pump. See figure 5 in “CIU, Communication Interface Unit
installation and operating instructions” or see the CIU quick guide.
5
Power on the CIU 500 unit and the E-pump, and observe LED2 turn steady green and LED1 remaining off.
6
Connect one of the CIU 500 Ethernet ports (RJ45) to a PC using an Ethernet cable.
7
Configure the PC Ethernet port to the same subnetwork as the CIM 500 (e.g. 192.168.1.1) and the subnet mask to
255.255.255.0. See section A.1 How to configure an IP address on your PC on page 48.
8
Open your internet browser and make contact to the CIM 500 Web server.
Default: 192.168.1.100.
9
Log on to the Web server. Default:
User: admin
Password: Grundfos.
10
In the menu column to the left select: Configuration > Real time Ethernet protocol
11
Type in an IP address belonging to the same subnet as your PC (e.g. 192.168.1.2).
12
Type in the subnet mask 255.255.255.0, and leave the rest of the settings at their factory default values.
13
Click [Submit] to transfer the new settings and close the Web browser.
CIM 500 is now ready to be accessed from a Modbus TCP master via one of its Ethernet ports. Use the IP address selected under
step 10. The Modbus address (Unit ID) in the Modbus TCP telegram is not used.
• The CIU 500 LED 1 will be flashing green when Modbus TCP communication takes place.
•
You can use the two Ethernet ports for daisy chaining of CIM 500 modules.
•
It is possible to have connection to the Web server simultaneously with a connection to a Modbus TCP master.
•
It is possible to have connection to more Modbus TCP masters simultaneously, e.g. to have connection to PC Tool CIM/CIU while
connected to another Modbus TCP master.
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12.1.3 GSM call-up options setup
To prepare the CIU 250 for Modbus communication with a
SCADA system via GSM, some settings have to be made via
SMS commands:
12.1 GSM
12.1.1 Call-up functional description
•
The call-up function is used for SCADA system communication
via the GSM network. Connection is established when the
SCADA system dials the CIU 250. The CIU 250 will automatically
"pick up the phone" and wait for data traffic in the form of Modbus
RTU telegrams.
Default is an empty SCADA PIN code, meaning no protection.
If legal data traffic has not been initiated within one minute, the
CIU 250 will hang up the line. This silence timeout is active during
the whole communication session. Whenever the SCADA system
has completed the Modbus communication, it hangs up the line.
This is detected by the CIU 250, which also hangs up the line,
and the call-up communication session is thereby completed.
See fig. 24.
GSM network,
e.g. SCADA
•
Setting a SCADA PIN code:
SETSCADACODE <access code> will enable write access
protection.
Activating the SCADA PIN code:
SCADACODE <ON | OFF>.
Default is "Off".
•
Selecting the Modbus address:
MODBUSADDR <1-247>
Default value is 231.
To verify the SCADA GSM setting after completion, the SMS
command "SCADA" can be used.
For details about the use of SMS commands, see "CIM 25X SMS
commands" (supplement to the installation and operating
instructions) on the CD-ROM supplied with the GSM module.
CIU 250
Dialling
Connection establish
12.2 GPRS
ed
12.2.1 What is GPRS and Modbus TCP?
Silence timeout after 1 min
without communication
Modbus communication
Hangs.
Hang-up
Hangs up.
Session
completed.
TM04 4905 2209
English (GB)
12. Detailed descriptions of functionality
Fig. 24 Illustration of a GSM call-up session
12.1.2 SCADA PIN code protection
It is always possible to get read access via Modbus, but if the
CIU 250 is SCADA PIN-code-protected (GeneralStatus register
00029, bit 0 = 1), write access requires that the correct PIN code
(ScadaPinCode, register 00011) has been written. Writing the
correct PIN code will trigger the write access control, and write
access will be open, which can be verified with GeneralStatus,
register 00029, bit 1 = 1).
For call-up connections with PIN code protection, the
ScadaPinCode register has to be written each time a new call-up
is made.
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GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) is a wireless, "always on"
connection that remains active as long as the CIU 250 is within
range of the service. With GPRS it is possible to establish a
wireless connection to the Internet and thus enable a remote
connection to a SCADA system computer or another PC
application. Typical data rates are 32 to 48 kbit/s.
The GPRS itself takes care of the wireless data transfer via the
GSM network. It plays the same role as Ethernet in a wired
network. On top of GPRS is the TCP/IP protocol, which enables
easy integration with the Internet. The Modbus TCP protocol is
used on the application layer communicating with a TCP port
number (default 502). The difference when compared to the
fieldbus protocol Modbus RTU is the exclusion of the 16-bit CRC
checksum and the adding of a Modbus application program
header as illustrated in fig. 25.
English (GB)
12.2.2 Subscription
The GSM service providers have different technical solutions for
GPRS to choose from. You have to select the service provider
and the technical solution that best suit your system, and it must
be based on static IP addressing. You will get the following from
the GSM service provider:
•
A Subscriber Identity Module (SIM card).
•
An Access Point Name (APN), e.g. "Internet".
•
A user name (is fixed and cannot be changed by the user).
•
A password (is fixed and cannot be changed by the user).
•
A static IP address.
Solutions based on a VPN (Virtual Private Network) involve the
use of special routers, e.g. GRE (Generic Routing Encapsulation)
routers, which you will also get from the service provider.
Modbus RTU telegram
Slave ID
Func
code ID
Modbus application program header
Protocol ID
Length
CRC
Modbus TCP/IP data
Unit ID
Func
code ID
Data
Modbus TCP/IP application data unit
TM04 4907 2209
Transaction ID
Data
Fig. 25 Modbus TCP telegram
12.2.3 Installation
Example
To prepare the CIU 250 for GPRS communication, some settings
have to be made via SMS commands:
SETGPRS
Grundfos.dk2.tdc,502,49888,Grundfos,4321,normal,server,off
•
Select Access Point Name:
APN <ascii string>
This is always mandatory.
To verify the GPRS setting after completion, the SMS command
GPRSSETTING can be used. The command GPRSSTATUS can
verify if the GPRS connection is working.
•
Select Username:
USERNAME <ascii string>
The need for a user name depends on your operator and the
type of subscription.
The connection states have the following meaning:
•
Select Password:
PASSWORD <ascii string>
The need for a password depends on your operator and the
type of subscription.
Some advanced GPRS settings have default values that usually
work, but in special cases, it might be necessary to change some
of them. This is also done via SMS commands.
•
Select Authentication:
AUTHENTICATION <NORMAL | SECURE>
Only used by some service providers. Default value is
"Normal".
•
Select Connection type:
CONNECTION <SERVER | CLIENT | DISABLE>
Default value is "Server".
•
Set GPRS roaming:
GPRSROAMING: <ON | OFF>
Default value is "Off".
•
Select Modbus TCP port number:
MODBUSPORT <port no.>
Default value is 502.
•
Select GENIpro port number:
GENIPROPORT <port no.>
Default value is 49152. This is only relevant when using
Grundfos PC Tools.
– "Detached": Trying to locate GPRS service.
– "Attached": GPRS service located.
– "Context active": IP address has been assigned, ready for a
client to establish a socket connection.
– "Connected": A client has established a socket connection.
The system is ready for TCP/IP data exchange (or already
exchanging data).
For details about the use of SMS commands, see "CIM 25X SMS
commands" (supplement to the installation and operating
instructions) on the CD-ROM supplied with the GSM module.
It is possible to configure the GPRS connection with a single
multi-parameter command:
•
SETGPRS <parameter 1, parameter 2, parameter 3, …>
– <parameters>:<APN>,<Modbus port>,<GENIproport>,
<username>,<password>,<authentication>,<connection>,
<GPRS roaming>
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12.2.4 Operation
2. The CIU 250 attempts to connect to the APN it has been given
and requests an IP address. The base station looks through
its record of legal SIM cards and finds the IP address (the
address associated with this SIM card) to assign to the
CIU 250. After the CIU 250 has got the IP address, the
connection state changes to "Context active".
3. The CIU 250 is now ready for a client (e.g. SCADA system) to
establish a socket connection and begin TCP/IP data
exchange. When a client connects the CIU 250, the
connection state will change to "Connected", and the GSM
status LED1 will indicate when data transfer takes place.
See section 5.5 Status LEDs.
Note
If the connection state is different from "Connected", it is possible
to establish a call-up connection. When the call-up connection is
established, GPRS data exchange will be blocked until the call-up
is terminated by the caller.
A total of three Modbus clients can be connected to the Modbus
TCP port of the CIU 250 and communicate simultaneously.
Each connection, called a socket connection, is handled
independently. If all three sockets are used simultaneously, a
"Silence timeout" of only one minute is used to prevent a
complete occupation for a long time.
When no GPRS data is being transferred, the
connection states "Attached", "Context active"
and "Connected".
All show the same LED1 status (short pulse).
A client, e.g. SCADA, establishes connection to a CIU 250 by
specifying the IP address and the TCP port 502. Data transfer is
always initiated from the client in the form of a Modbus TCP
telegram embedded in a TCP/IP frame and directed to TCP port
502. To the client software, the connection to the CIU 250 is
completely transparent.
The protection against unauthorised data access is high.
The access to the GPRS network from the Internet can only take
place via the VPN tunnel. See fig. 27. Moreover, data transfer
requires a Modbus master client, knowledge of the Modbus
functional profile and the use of a SCADA PIN code, if enabled.
The CIU 250 supervises the GPRS system to ensure that it is still
working. An automatic procedure ensures restarting of the
CIU 250 and repetition of the GPRS connection sequence in case
a deadlock situation has occurred. It also closes down socket
connections that are left open by the client and unused for more
than 24 hours.
GSM/GPRS network
"Static" IP
address
Base station APN
"Static" IP
address
PC Tool, etc.
Mobile phone
GSM/GPRS
CIU 250
with
CIM 250
and SIM
card
Setup, status and
control commands
via SMS
TM04 7309 1510
1. The CIU 250 locates the GPRS service. The connection state
changes from "Detached" to "Attached".
It is possible to use SMS communication while GPRS
communication is active. However, in the "Connected" state the
delay time between reception and reply will increase.
Fig. 26 GPRS connection from a PC to the CIU 250 directly
via GPRS
Clients
VPN tunnel
GSM operator
LAN
GSM/GPRS network
Internet
SCADA system
GRE router
GRE router
Base station APN
"Static"
IP address
PC Tool, etc.
Mobile phone
GSM/GPRS
CIU 250 with
CIM 250 module
and SIM card
Setup, status and
control commands
via SMS
Fig. 27 GPRS connection via VPN tunnel
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TM04 7129 1510
English (GB)
When powering on a CIU 250 with the correct GPRS setting, the
following GPRS connection sequence will take place:
13. Modbus RTU telegram examples
Note
CRC fields are not shown in the following
examples.
Field
Value
Address
0x01
Function code
0x03
Note
The Modbus data model states that registers
numbered X are addressed in telegrams as X - 1,
e.g. register 00104 (setpoint) is addressed as
00103 in a Modbus telegram.
Byte count
0x06
13.1 Modbus telegram overview
The maximum size of a Modbus RTU telegram is 256 bytes.
Telegrams must be separated by a silent interval of at least
3.5 character times.
The standard Modbus RTU telegram format is shown in the table
below.
Slave
address
Function
code
Data
CRC
1 byte
1 byte
0 to 252 bytes
2 bytes
A telegram starts with the slave address occupying one byte.
Then comes a variable-size data field. For each telegram, a CRC
is calculated and appended to the telegram (two bytes total).
All bytes in the telegram, except for the CRC itself, are included
in the check.
Note
The CRC bytes are not shown in the examples in
the following sections.
Register 108 HI
0x00
Register 108 LO
0x01
Register 109 HI
0x00
Register 109 LO
0x01
Register 110 HI
0x00
Register 110 LO
0x01
English (GB)
Example of response from slave to master
In the response, the byte count is six since there are three
registers of two bytes. All three registers hold the value of
0x0001.
13.3 Read input registers (0x04)
This function is used for reading input registers from the slave.
Input registers are read-only registers by definition. The request
telegram specifies the starting address (the address of the first
register to be read) and the number of holding registers to read.
In the telegram, register addresses start from zero, meaning that
registers numbered 0-16 are addressed as 0-15.
The register data in the response message are packed two bytes
per register. For each register, the first byte contains the highorder bits while the second byte contains the low-order bits.
Example of request from master to slave
13.2 Read holding registers (0x03)
This function is used for reading holding registers from the slave.
The request telegram specifies the starting address (the address
of the first register to be read) and the number of holding
registers to read. In the telegram, register addresses start from
zero, meaning that registers numbered 0-16 are addressed as
0-15.
The register data in the response message are packed two bytes
per register. For each register, the first byte contains the highorder bits while the second byte contains the low-order bits.
Example of request from master to slave
Field
Value
Address
0x01
Function code
0x04
Start address HI
0x10
Start address LO
0x10
Quantity HI
0x00
Quantity LO
0x03
Value
In the request, the slave with address 1 is asked to deliver three
contiguous registers starting from address 0x1010 = 4112
(meaning register 4113).
Address
0x01
Example of response from slave to master
Function code
0x03
Start address HI
0x00
Start address LO
Field
Quantity HI
Quantity LO
Field
Value
0x6B
Address
0x01
0x00
Function code
0x04
0x03
Byte count
0x06
In the request, the slave with address 1 is asked to deliver three
contiguous registers starting from address 0x006b = 107
(meaning register 108).
Register 4113 HI
0x22
Register 4113 LO
0x22
Register 4114 HI
0x22
Register 4114 LO
0x22
Register 4115 HI
0x22
Register 4115 LO
0x22
In the response, the byte count is six since there are three
registers of two bytes. All three registers hold the value of
0x2222.
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English (GB)
13.4 Write single register (0x06)
13.6 Diagnostics (0x08)
This function is used for writing a single holding register in the
slave. The request telegram specifies the address of the register
that is to be written. Register addresses start from zero, meaning
that a register numbered 10 is addressed as 9.
This function provides a test for checking the communication
system between the master and the Grundfos slave. It contains a
single-byte subcode to identify the test to be performed.
The normal response is an echo of the request, indicating that the
value was written.
The following subcodes are supported:
Subcode Name
Example of request from master to slave
0x00
Return query data
Data in this request are to be echoed in the
response. The response must be identical to the
request, so this function is often used to verify
Modbus communication.
0x01
Restart communications
All communication counters are cleared, and the
device is restarted.
0x02
Return diagnostics register
Returns the 16-bit diagnostics register. See section
13.7 Diagnostics register interpretation.
0x04
Force listen only
Forces the device into listen-only mode.
This effectively mutes the device, making it unable
to communicate on the network. To bring the device
back to normal mode, a "Restart communications"
command (code 0x08, subcode 0x01) must be
issued.
0x0A
Clear counters and diagnostics register
Clears all counters and the diagnostics register
(these are also cleared on power-up/restart).
0x0B
Return bus message count
Returns the number of messages detected by the
slave.
0x0C
Return bus CRC error count
Returns the number of CRC errors in the slave.
This function is used for writing a block of contiguous holding
registers in the slave. Register addresses start from zero,
meaning that a register numbered 100 is addressed as 99.
0x0D
Return bus exception count
Returns the number of Modbus exception responses
that the slave has transmitted.
Example of request from master to slave
0x0E
Return slave message count
Returns the number of messages that the slave has
processed.
0x0F
Return slave no response count
Returns the number of messages for which the
slave has sent no response.
0x12
Return bus character overrun count
Returns the number of overruns in the slave.
0x14
Clear overrun counter
Clears the overrun counter (this is also cleared on
power-up/restart).
Field
Value
Address
0x01
Function code
0x06
Address HI
0x10
Address LO
0x00
Value HI
0xAF
Value LO
0xFE
In the request, the slave with address 1 is asked to write the
value of 0xAFFE to the register at address 0x1000.
Example of response from slave to master
Field
Value
Address
0x01
Function code
0x06
Address HI
0x10
Address LO
0x00
Value HI
0xAF
Value LO
0xFE
The response is an echo of the request.
13.5 Write multiple registers (0x10)
Field
Value
Address
0x01
Function code
0x10
Start address HI
0x00
Start address LO
0x20
Quantity HI
0x00
Quantity LO
0x02
Byte count
0x04
Register 33 HI
0x00
Register 33 LO
0x01
Register 34 HI
0xB0
Register 34 LO
0xB0
In the request, the slave with address 1 is asked to write the
value of 0x0001 to the register at address 0x0020 and the value
of 0xB0B0 to the register at address 0x0021.
Example of response from slave to master
Example of request from master to slave
Field
Value
Address
0x01
Function code
0x08
Subcode
0x00
Data
0xAB
Data
0xCD
The response is identical to the request.
Example of response from slave to master
Field
Value
Address
0x01
Field
Function code
0x10
Address
0x01
Start address HI
0x00
Function code
0x08
Start address LO
0x20
Subcode
0x00
Quantity written HI
0x00
Data
0xAB
Quantity written LO
0x02
Data
0xCD
The response returns the function code, starting address and
quantity of registers written.
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Value
13.9 Reading the CIM configuration register block
The diagnostics register is interpreted as follows:
This section shows how to read the first four registers of the CIM
configuration register block.
Bit Description
In the example, slave address 0x01 is used.
0
Communication failure (with the Grundfos E-pump).
1
EEPROM self-test failed (the test is carried out when
system is booted).
Field
Value
Description
2
Grundfos E-pump not supported.
Slave address
0x01
-
3
Modbus address offset is different from default value, i.e.
it differs from 0.
Function code
0x04
Read input registers
Start address HI
0x00
4
Using software-defined Modbus transmission speed.
Start address LO
0x00
Start address
= 0x0001
5
RESERVED
Quantity HI
0x00
6
RESERVED
Quantity LO
0x04
7
RESERVED
8
RESERVED
9
RESERVED
Request from master to slave
Number of registers
= 0x0004
Example of response from slave to master
Field
Value
Description
10 RESERVED
Slave address
0x01
-
11 RESERVED
Function code
0x04
Read input registers
12 RESERVED
Byte count
0x08
8 bytes follow
13 RESERVED
00001 HI
0x00
14 RESERVED
00001 LO
0x0A
SlaveMinimumReplyDelay
= 0x000A
15 RESERVED
00002 HI
0x00
00002 LO
0x00
A bit value of 1 means true, unless otherwise specified.
The diagnostics register is read using function code 0x08 and
subcode 0x02.
13.8 Diagnostics: Return query data
This function is useful to ensure that the communication path and
slave configuration are correct. It will echo the request in the
response.
In the example, slave address 0x01 is used.
Request from master to slave
00003 HI
0x00
00003 LO
0x00
00004 HI
0x00
00004 LO
0x04
RegisterOffset
= 0x0000
Reserved value
= 0x0000
SoftwareDefinedBitRate
= 0x0004
If there is no response from the slave, see Fault finding, section
14.1.2 CIM/CIU 200 Modbus communication faults or 14.2.2 CIM/
CIU 250 Modbus GSM/GPRS communication faults.
13.10 Setting the setpoint
Field
Value
Description
This section shows how to set a new setpoint (reference).
Slave address
0x01
-
Function code
0x08
Diagnostics
In the example, slave address 0x01 is used, and a value of 55 %
(5500 = 0x157C) is set as new setpoint.
Subcode
0x00
Echo request
Data
0xAB
Test data
Data
0xCD
Test data
Example of response from slave to master
Field
Value
Description
Slave address
0x01
-
Function code
0x08
Diagnostics
Subcode
0x00
Echo request
Data
0xAB
Test data
Data
0xCD
Test data
If there is no response from the slave, see section 14.1.2 CIM/
CIU 200 Modbus communication faults or 14.2.2 CIM/CIU 250
Modbus GSM/GPRS communication faults.
Request from master to slave
Field
Value
Description
Slave address
0x01
-
Function code
0x06
Write single register
Start address HI
0x00
Setpoint address
= 00104 (0x0068)
Start address LO
0x67
Value HI
0x15
Value LO
0x7C
New setpoint value
= 5500 (0x157C)
Example of response from slave to master
Field
Value
Description
Slave address
0x01
-
Function code
0x06
Write single register
Start address HI
0x00
Setpoint address
= 00104 (0x0068)
Start address LO
0x67
Value HI
0x15
Value LO
0x7C
New setpoint value
= 5500 (0x157C)
If there is no response from the slave, see section 14.1.2 CIM/
CIU 200 Modbus communication faults or 14.2.2 CIM/CIU 250
Modbus GSM/GPRS communication faults.
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English (GB)
13.7 Diagnostics register interpretation
English (GB)
13.11 Setting the control mode
13.13 Stopping the E-pump
This section shows how to set a control mode.
This section shows how to stop the E-pump.
In the example, slave address 0x01 is used, and the control mode
is set to 1 (Constant frequency).
In the example, slave address 0x01 is used.
Request from master to slave
Set the ControlRegister to the following values:
Bit 0:
1 (set the E-pump to remote mode)
0 (stop the E-pump)
Field
Value
Description
Bit 1:
Slave address
0x01
-
Bit 2:
0 (do not send a reset fault command)
Bit 3:
0 (direction = clockwise rotation)
Bit 4:
0 (do not copy remote settings to local)
Function code
0x06
Write single register
Start address HI
0x00
ControlMode address
= 00102 (0x0066)
Start address LO
0x65
Value HI
0x00
Value LO
0x01
New ControlMode value
= 1 (0x0001)
Example of response from slave to master
Bits 5-15: 0 (reserved values)
Hence the value to set is 0b0000000000000001 = 0x0001.
Request from master to slave
Field
Value
Description
Field
Value
Description
Slave address
0x01
-
Slave address
0x01
-
Function code
0x06
Write single register
Function code
0x06
Write single register
Start address HI
0x00
Start address HI
0x00
ControlMode address
= 00102 (0x0066)
Start address LO
0x64
ControlRegister address
= 00101 (0x0065)
Value HI
0x00
New ControlMode value
= 1 (0x0001)
Value LO
0x01
Start address LO
0x65
Value HI
0x00
Value LO
0x01
If there is no response from the slave, see Fault finding, section
14.1.2 CIM/CIU 200 Modbus communication faults or 14.2.2 CIM/
CIU 250 Modbus GSM/GPRS communication faults.
ControlRegister value
= 1 (0x0001)
Example of response from slave to master
Field
Value
Description
Slave address
0x01
-
Function code
0x06
Write single register
13.12 Starting the E-pump
Start address HI
0x00
This section shows how to start the E-pump.
Start address LO
0x64
ControlRegister address
= 00101 (0x0065)
In the example, slave address 0x01 is used.
Value HI
0x00
Value LO
0x01
Set the ControlRegister to the following values:
Bit 0:
1 (set the E-pump to remote mode)
Bit 1:
1 (start the E-pump)
Bit 2:
0 (do not send a reset fault command)
Bit 3:
0 (direction = clockwise rotation)
Bit 4:
0 (do not copy remote settings to local)
Bits 5-15: 0 (reserved values)
Hence the value to set is 0b0000000000000011 = 0x0003.
Request from master to slave
Field
Value
Description
Slave address
0x01
-
Function code
0x06
Write single register
Start address HI
0x00
Start address LO
0x64
ControlRegister address
= 00101 (0x0065)
Value HI
0x00
Value LO
0x03
ControlRegister value
= 3 (0x0003)
Example of response from slave to master
Field
Value
Description
Slave address
0x01
-
Function code
0x06
Write single register
Start address HI
0x00
Start address LO
0x64
ControlRegister address
= 00101 (0x0065)
Value HI
0x00
Value LO
0x03
ControlRegister value
= 3 (0x0003)
If there is no response from the slave, see section 14.1.2 CIM/
CIU 200 Modbus communication faults or 14.2.2 CIM/CIU 250
Modbus GSM/GPRS communication faults.
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ControlRegister value
= 1 (0x0001)
If there is no response from the slave, see section 14.1.2 CIM/
CIU 200 Modbus communication faults or 14.2.2 CIM/CIU 250
Modbus GSM/GPRS communication faults.
English (GB)
14. Fault finding
14.1 Fault finding CIM/CIU 200
Faults in a CIM/CIU 200 can be detected by observing the status
of the two communication LEDs. See the table below and section
3.2 Modbus RTU (CIM 200).
14.1.1 LED status
CIM 200 fitted in a Grundfos E-pump
Fault (LED status)
Possible cause
Remedy
1. Both LEDs (LED1 and LED2) remain off
when the power supply is connected.
a) The CIM 200 is fitted incorrectly in the
Grundfos E-pump.
Ensure that the CIM 200 is fitted/connected
correctly.
b) The CIM 200 is defective.
Replace the CIM 200.
2. The LED for internal communication
(LED2) is flashing red.
a) No internal communication between the
CIM 200 and the Grundfos E-pump.
Ensure that the CIM 200 is fitted correctly in
the Grundfos E-pump.
3. The LED for internal communication
(LED2) is constantly red.
a) The CIM 200 does not support the
Grundfos E-pump connected.
Contact the nearest Grundfos company.
4. The Modbus LED (LED1) is constantly
red.
a) Fault in the CIM 200 Modbus
configuration.
5. The Modbus LED (LED1) is flashing red. a) Fault in the Modbus communication
(fault in parity or cyclic redundancy
check).
• Check the transmission speed (switches
SW4 and SW5). If the switches are set to
"software-defined", an invalid value may
have been set via Modbus. Try one of the
preselected transmission speeds, e.g.
19200 bits/s.
• Check that the Modbus address (switches
SW6 and SW7) has a valid value [1-247].
• Check the transmission speed (switches
SW4 and SW5).
See section 5.1 Setting the Modbus
transmission speed.
• Check the parity setting (switch SW3).
See section 5.2 Setting the parity.
• Check the cable connection between the
CIM 200 and the Modbus network.
• Check the termination resistor settings
(switches SW1 and SW2).
See section 5.4 Termination resistor.
CIM 200 fitted in the CIU 200
Fault (LED status)
Possible cause
1. Both LEDs (LED1 and LED2) remain off
when the power supply is connected.
a) The CIU 200 is defective.
2. The LED for internal communication
(LED2) is flashing red.
a) No internal communication between the
CIU 200 and the E-pump
3. The LED for internal communication
(LED2) is constantly red.
a) The CIU 200 does not support the
E-pump which is connected.
4. The Modbus LED (LED1) is constantly
red.
a) Fault in the CIM 200 Modbus
configuration.
5. The Modbus LED (LED1) is flashing red. a) Fault in the Modbus communication
(fault in parity or cyclic redundancy
check).
Remedy
Replace the CIU 200.
• Check the cable connection between the
E-pump and the CIU 200.
• Check that the individual conductors
have been fitted correctly.
• Check the power supply to the E-pump.
Contact the nearest Grundfos company.
• Check the transmission speed (switches
SW4 and SW5). If the switches are set to
"software-defined", an invalid value may
have been set via Modbus. Try one of the
preselected transmission speeds, e.g.
19200 bits/s.
• Check that the Modbus address
(switches SW6 and SW7) has a valid
value [1-247].
• Check the transmission speed (switches
SW4 and SW5).
See section 5.1 Setting the Modbus
transmission speed.
• Check the parity setting (switch SW3).
See section 5.2 Setting the parity.
• Check the cable connection between the
CIM 200 and the Modbus network.
• Check the termination resistor settings
(switches SW1 and SW2).
See section 5.4 Termination resistor.
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14.1.2 CIM/CIU 200 Modbus communication faults
English (GB)
Fault
Possible cause
Remedy
1. The slave does not respond
to telegrams.
a) Configuration or wiring error.
• Check the visual diagnostics on the Modbus
slave. Is the Grundfos GENIbus LED flashing
green and the Modbus LED off or flashing
green?
• Ensure that the cable between the Modbus
master and the Modbus slave is connected
correctly. See section 5. Modbus RTU, CIM 200
setup for wiring recommendations.
• Ensure that the slave address is configured
correctly, and that the correct slave address is
used in the Modbus master poll. See section
5.3 Modbus address selection for slave address
selection.
• Ensure that the transmission speed and stop
bit/parity settings are configured correctly in
both master and slave.
• Ensure that each end of the Modbus trunk cable
is terminated, if necessary. See section
5.4 Termination resistor for line termination of
the Grundfos slave.
• Ensure that the bus topology for a Modbus
network is correct.
b) The slave may be in listen-only mode.
Either send a restart communications diagnostics
command, or restart the E-pump manually.
c) If the holding register of address 00001
"SlaveMinimumReplyDelay" is set too high,
the master may time out before receiving the
response from the slave.
Increase the timeout span in the master in order to
communicate.
2. The slave responds with
exception response 0x01:
"Invalid function".
a) The master is trying to use an unsupported
function in the CIM/CIU.
See section 8. Modbus function code overview for
supported function codes. Note that reading and
writing coils are not supported, so only register
functions and diagnostics will be valid.
3. The slave responds with
exception response 0x02:
"Invalid data address".
a) The master is trying to read or write an invalid
data address. If a master tries to read register
addresses that are not listed in the tables, the
slave will respond with this exception
response. Some masters may automatically
try to read large blocks in one telegram, which
will cause problems if some of the registers in
the block are not supported. An example
would be reading the CIM configuration and
CIM status blocks in one telegram. This is not
possible since there are unused addresses
between the blocks.
• Avoid reading or writing invalid data addresses.
• Make sure that register X is addressed as X-1
in Modbus telegrams, according to the Modbus
standard.
b) The register address offset may have been
changed from default.
Read the holding register at address 00002
"Register Offset" to see if this value is different
from 0. If so, write the value 0 to this address to
make the slave return to the default used in this
functional profile.
a) The value is unavailable. A data value of
0xFFFF does not necessarily indicate an error
condition. It means that the value is
unavailable from the E-pump.
See section 9. Modbus register addresses for
available data.
b) The E-pump is not configured to show the
value or lacks a sensor to read the value.
See section 9.6 Pump data register block for data
values that require a sensor.
4. The slave returns data
value 0xFFFF (65535).
5. The slave does not change a) Configuration error.
Modbus transmission speed
with register 0004.
b) An invalid value may be set in register 00004.
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Set the transmission speed switches to "Softwaredefined". (Otherwise, the value in register 0004 is
ignored by the slave).
See section 5.1 Setting the Modbus transmission
speed for invalid values, and set correct value in
register 00004.
English (GB)
14.2 Fault finding CIM/CIU 250
Faults in the CIU 250 can be detected by observing the status of
the two communication LEDs. See the table below and section
3.3 Modbus GSM/GPRS (CIM 250).
14.2.1 LED status
CIU 250 connected to an E-pump
Fault (LED status)
Possible cause
1. Both LEDs (LED1 and LED2) remain off
when the power supply is connected.
a) The CIU 250 is defective.
2. The LED for internal communication
(LED2) is flashing red.
a) No internal communication between the
CIU 250 and the E-pump.
3. The LED for internal communication
(LED2) is constantly red.
a) The CIU 250 does not support the
connected version of the E-pump.
4. The LED for GSM/GPRS
communication (LED1) is flashing
yellow. See signal 1 in fig. 16 on
page 12.
a) The SIM card has not been inserted.
Insert the SIM card.
See section 6.1.2 Inserting the SIM card.
b) The SIM card has not been inserted
correctly.
Insert the SIM card.
See section 6.1.2 Inserting the SIM card.
c) The SIM card PIN code is not correct.
Enter the correct PIN code.
See section 6.1.2 Inserting the SIM card.
d) No connection to the GSM network.
• Check the connection to the antenna.
• Check the GSM coverage of the area
using for instance a mobile phone.
• Use an external antenna and experiment
with the position.
a) The CIM 250 has not been initialised.
Follow the configuration procedure in
"CIM 25X SMS commands" (supplement to
installation and operating instructions) on
the CD-ROM supplied with the GSM
module.
Fault (LED status)
Possible cause
Remedy
1. Both LEDs (LED1 and LED2) remain off
when the power supply is connected.
a) The CIM 250 is fitted incorrectly in the
Grundfos E-pump.
Ensure that the CIM 250 is fitted/connected
correctly.
5. The LED for GSM/GPRS
communication is pulsating yellow with
single pulse, but the CIM 250 cannot
send or receive SMS messages.
Remedy
Replace the CIU 250.
• Check the cable connection between the
E-pump and the CIU 250.
• Check that the individual conductors have
been fitted correctly.
• Check the power supply to the E-pump.
Contact the nearest Grundfos company.
CIM 250 fitted in the CIU 250
b) The CIM 250 is defective.
Replace the CIM 250.
2. The LED for internal communication
(LED2) is flashing red.
a) No internal communication between the
CIM 250 and the Grundfos E-pump.
Ensure that the CIM 250 is fitted correctly in
the Grundfos E-pump.
3. The LED for internal communication
(LED2) is constantly red.
a) The CIM 250 does not support the
Grundfos E-pump connected.
Contact the nearest Grundfos company.
4. The LED for GSM/GPRS communication
(LED1) is flashing yellow. See signal 1 in
fig. 16 on page 12.
a) The SIM card has not been inserted.
Insert the SIM card.
See section 6.1.2 Inserting the SIM card.
b) The SIM card has not been inserted
correctly.
Insert the SIM card.
See section 6.1.2 Inserting the SIM card.
c) The SIM card PIN code is not correct.
Enter the correct PIN code.
See section 6.1.2 Inserting the SIM card.
d) No connection to the GSM network.
• Check the connection to the antenna.
• Check the GSM coverage of the area
using for instance a mobile phone.
• Use an external antenna and experiment
with the position.
a) The CIM 250 has not been initialised.
Follow the configuration procedure in
"CIM 25X SMS commands" (supplement to
installation and operating instructions) on
the CD-ROM supplied with the GSM
module.
5. The LED for GSM/GPRS communication
is pulsating yellow with single pulse, but
the CIM 250 cannot send or receive
SMS messages.
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14.2.2 CIM/CIU 250 Modbus GSM/GPRS communication faults
English (GB)
Fault
Possible cause
Remedy
1. The slave does not respond to
telegrams.
a) Configuration or installation error.
• Ensure that the CIU 250 has contact with
the GSM network. The LED1 should be
pulsing yellow.
If the LED1 signal is incorrect, see
section 6. Modbus GSM/GPRS, CIM 250
setup for correct installation of the
CIM 250.
• Ensure that the correct slave address is
used in the Modbus master poll.
See register 00003
SoftwareDefinedModbusAddress (factory
value is 00231).
b) The slave may be in listen-only mode.
Either send a restart communications
diagnostics command, or restart the
E-pump manually.
c) If the holding register of address 00001
"SlaveMinimumReplyDelay" is set too
high, the master may time out before
receiving the response from the slave.
Increase the reply delay in the master, or
reduce the "SlaveMinimumReplyDelay" in
order to communicate.
a) The master is trying to use an
unsupported function in the CIM/CIU 250.
See section 13. Modbus RTU telegram
examples for supported function codes.
Note that reading and writing coils are not
supported, so only register functions and
diagnostics will be valid.
3. The slave responds with exception
a) The master is trying to read or write an
response 0x02: "Invalid data address".
invalid data address. If a master tries to
read register addresses that are not listed
in the tables, the slave will respond with
this exception response. Some masters
may automatically try to read large blocks
in one telegram, which will cause
problems if some of the registers in the
block are not supported. An example
would be reading the CIM configuration
and CIM status register blocks in one
telegram. This is not possible since there
are unused addresses among the blocks.
Avoid reading or writing invalid data
addresses.
Make sure that register X is addressed as
X-1 in Modbus telegrams, according to the
Modbus standard.
4. The slave returns data value 0xFFFF
(65535).
a) The availability of data will in some cases
depend on a configuration or the actual
conditions of the system (e.g. trying to
request data from a E-pump which is not
present will return "data not available"
(0xFFFF)).
See section 9. Modbus register addresses
for available data.
b) With its present configuration or operating
mode, the E-pump is unable to supply the
requested data.
See section 9.6 Pump data register block
for data values that require a sensor.
a) The CIU 250 is SCADA PIN-codeprotected (GeneralStatus register 00029,
bit 0 = 1), and an incorrect PIN code has
been written.
Write access requires a correct PIN code
(ScadaPinCode, register 00011).
Writing the correct PIN code value will
trigger the write access control, and
write access will be open, which can be
verified with GeneralStatus, register 00029,
bit 1 = 1.
2. The slave responds with exception
response 0x01: "Invalid function".
5. The slave does not react to control
actions or to writing of settings.
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English (GB)
14.3 Fault finding CIM/CIU 500
Faults in the CIU 500 can be detected by observing the status
of the two communication LEDs. See the table below and
section 4.4 CIM 500 Modbus TCP.
14.3.1 LED status
CIU 500 connected to an E-pump
Fault (LED status)
Possible cause
Remedy
1. Both LEDs (LED1 and LED2) remain off
when the power supply is connected.
a) The CIM 500 is fitted incorrectly in the
Grundfos product.
Check that the CIM 500 is fitted/connected
correctly.
b) The CIM 500 is defective.
Replace the CIM 500.
2. The LED for internal communication
(LED2) is flashing red.
a) No internal communication between the
CIM 500 and the Grundfos product.
Check that the CIM 500 is fitted correctly in
the Grundfos product.
3. The LED for internal communication
(LED2) is permanently red.
a) The CIM 500 does not support the
Grundfos product connected.
Contact the nearest Grundfos company.
4. The Modbus LED (LED1) is
permanently red.
a) Fault in the CIM 500 Modbus TCP
configuration.
Check that the rotary switch SW1 is set to 1.
5. LED1 is permanently red and green at
the same time.
a) Error in firmware download.
6. LED2 is permanently red and green at
the same time.
a) Memory fault.
Check that Modbus TCP IP address
configuration is correct.
See section A.4 Modbus TCP configuration
on page 49.
Use the Web server to download the
firmware again.
Replace the CIM 500.
CIM 500 fitted in the CIU 500
Fault (LED status)
Possible cause
Remedy
1. Both LEDs (LED1 and LED2) remain off
when the power supply is connected.
a) The CIU 500 is defective.
Replace the CIU 500.
2. The LED for internal communication
(LED2) is flashing red.
a) No internal communication between the
CIU 500 and the Grundfos product.
•
Check the cable connection between the
Grundfos product and the CIU 500.
•
Check that the individual conductors
have been fitted correctly. e.g. not
reversed.
•
Check the power supply to the Grundfos
product.
3. The LED for internal communication
(LED2) is permanently red.
a) The CIM 500 does not support the
Grundfos product connected.
Contact the nearest Grundfos
4. The Ethernet LED (LED1) is
permanently red.
a) Fault in the CIM 500 Modbus TCP
configuration.
Check that the rotary switch SW1 is set to 1
5. LED1 is permanently red and green at
the same time.
a) Error in firmware download.
6. LED2 is permanently red and green at
the same time.
a) Memory fault.
company.
Check that Modbus TCP IP address
configuration is correct
See section A.4 Modbus TCP configuration
on page 49.
Use the Web server to download the
firmware again.
Replace the CIM 500.
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14.3.2 CIM/CIU 500 Modbus TCP communication faults
English (GB)
Fault
Possible cause
Remedy
1. The slave does not respond to
telegrams.
a) Configuration or wiring error.
•
Check the visual diagnostics on the
Modbus slave. Normal conditions are
that the Grundfos GENIbus LED (LED2)
is constantly green and that the Modbus
TCP LED (LED1) is off or flashing green.
If not, see section 14.3.1.
•
Make sure that the cable between the
Modbus TCP master and the Modbus
slave is connected correctly.
See section 7.1.
•
Ensure that the slave IP address is
configured correctly, and that the correct
slave IP address is used in the Modbus
master poll. See section 7.3.
2. The slave responds with exception
response 0x01 “Invalid function”.
3. The slave responds with exception
response 0x02 “Invalid data address”.
4. The slave returns data value 0xFFFF
(65535).
5. The slave does not react to control
actions or to writing of settings.
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The master is trying to use an
unsupported function in the CIM/
CIU 500.
See section 8. Modbus function code
overview for supported function codes.
Note that reading and writing coils are not
supported, so only register functions and
diagnostics will be valid.
a) The master is trying to read or write an
invalid data address. If a master tries to
read register addresses that are not
listed in the tables, the slave will
respond with this exception response.
Some masters may automatically try to
read large blocks in one telegram, which
will cause problems if some of the
registers in the block are not supported.
An example would be reading the CIM
configuration and CIM status blocks in
one telegram. This is not possible since
there are unused addresses between
the blocks.
Avoid reading or writing invalid data
addresses. Ensure that a block of registers
starting at address X is addressed as X-1 in
Modbus telegrams, according to the
Modbus standard.
b) The register address offset may have
been changed from default.
Read the holding register at address 00002
"Register Offset" to see if this value is
different from 0. If so, write the value 0 to
this address to make the slave return to the
default used in this functional profile.
a) The value is unavailable. A data value
of 0xFFFF does not necessarily indicate
an error condition. It means that the
value is unavailable from the E-pump.
See section 9. Modbus register addresses
for available data.
b) The E-pump is not configured to show
the value or lacks a sensor to read the
value.
See section 9.6 Pump data register block
for data values that require a sensor.
The E-pump might be in “Local” mode,
in which case Operating mode, Control
mode and Setpoint cannot be changed
from bus. Register 00201 bit 8
AccessMode must be “1” (=Remote) for
bus control to be active.
Set the E-pump in "Remote mode" by
setting register 00101 bit 0
RemoteAccessReq to "1" (=Remote).
The E-pump should show "Controlled from
bus" when status is read by handheld
controller Grundfos GO Remote or R100.
Modbus
address
SW
6
SW
7
Modbus
address
SW
6
SW
7
Modbus
address
SW
6
SW
7
Modbus
address
SW
6
SW
7
Modbus
address
SW
6
SW
7
1
0
1
51
3
3
101
6
5
151
9
7
201
C
9
2
0
2
52
3
4
102
6
6
152
9
8
202
C
A
3
0
3
53
3
5
103
6
7
153
9
9
203
C
B
4
0
4
54
3
6
104
6
8
154
9
A
204
C
C
5
0
5
55
3
7
105
6
9
155
9
B
205
C
D
6
0
6
56
3
8
106
6
A
156
9
C
206
C
E
7
0
7
57
3
9
107
6
B
157
9
D
207
C
F
8
0
8
58
3
A
108
6
C
158
9
E
208
D
0
9
0
9
59
3
B
109
6
D
159
9
F
209
D
1
10
0
A
60
3
C
110
6
E
160
A
0
210
D
2
11
0
B
61
3
D
111
6
F
161
A
1
211
D
3
12
0
C
62
3
E
112
7
0
162
A
2
212
D
4
13
0
D
63
3
F
113
7
1
163
A
3
213
D
5
14
0
E
64
4
0
114
7
2
164
A
4
214
D
6
15
0
F
65
4
1
115
7
3
165
A
5
215
D
7
16
1
0
66
4
2
116
7
4
166
A
6
216
D
8
17
1
1
67
4
3
117
7
5
167
A
7
217
D
9
18
1
2
68
4
4
118
7
6
168
A
8
218
D
A
19
1
3
69
4
5
119
7
7
169
A
9
219
D
B
20
1
4
70
4
6
120
7
8
170
A
A
220
D
C
21
1
5
71
4
7
121
7
9
171
A
B
221
D
D
22
1
6
72
4
8
122
7
A
172
A
C
222
D
E
23
1
7
73
4
9
123
7
B
173
A
D
223
D
F
24
1
8
74
4
A
124
7
C
174
A
E
224
E
0
25
1
9
75
4
B
125
7
D
175
B
F
225
E
1
26
1
A
76
4
C
126
7
E
176
B
0
226
E
2
27
1
B
77
4
D
127
7
F
177
B
1
227
E
3
28
1
C
78
4
E
128
8
0
178
B
2
228
E
4
29
1
D
79
4
F
129
8
1
179
B
3
229
E
5
30
1
E
80
5
0
130
8
2
180
B
4
230
E
6
31
1
F
81
5
1
131
8
3
181
B
5
231
E
7
32
2
0
82
5
2
132
8
4
182
B
6
232
E
8
33
2
1
83
5
3
133
8
5
183
B
7
233
E
9
34
2
2
84
5
4
134
8
6
184
B
8
234
E
A
35
2
3
85
5
5
135
8
7
185
B
9
235
E
B
36
2
4
86
5
6
136
8
8
186
B
A
236
E
C
37
2
5
87
5
7
137
8
9
187
B
B
237
E
D
38
2
6
88
5
8
138
8
A
188
B
C
238
E
E
39
2
7
89
5
9
139
8
B
189
B
D
239
E
F
40
2
8
90
5
A
140
8
C
190
B
E
240
F
0
41
2
9
91
5
B
141
8
D
191
B
F
241
F
1
42
2
A
92
5
C
142
8
E
192
C
0
242
F
2
43
2
B
93
5
D
143
8
F
193
C
1
243
F
3
44
2
C
94
5
E
144
9
0
194
C
2
244
F
4
45
2
D
95
5
F
145
9
1
195
C
3
245
F
5
46
2
E
96
6
0
146
9
2
196
C
4
246
F
6
47
2
F
97
6
1
147
9
3
197
C
5
247
F
7
48
3
0
98
6
2
148
9
4
198
C
6
49
3
1
99
6
3
149
9
5
199
C
7
50
3
2
100
6
4
150
9
6
200
C
8
Example: To set the slave address to the value 142, set the
rotary switches SW6 and SW7 to "8" and "E", respectively.
Caution
Please note that 0 is not a valid slave address as this is used for
broadcasting.
It is very important to ensure that two devices do
not have the same address on the network. If two
devices have the same address, the result will be
an abnormal behaviour of the whole serial bus.
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English (GB)
15. Modbus RTU rotary switch addresses
English (GB)
16. Grundfos alarm and warning codes
This is a general Grundfos alarm and warning code list. Not all
codes apply to Grundfos E-pumps.
Code
Description
Code
Description
Code
Description
1
Leakage current
36
Discharge valve leakage
77
Communication fault, twin-head
pump
2
Missing phase
37
Suction valve leakage
78
Fault, speed plug
3
External fault signal
38
Vent valve defective
79
Functional fault, add-on module
4
Too many restarts
40
Undervoltage
80
Hardware fault, type 2
5
Regenerative braking
41
Undervoltage transient
81
Verification error, data area (RAM)
6
Mains fault
42
Cut-in fault (dV/dt)
82
Verification error, code area (ROM,
FLASH)
7
Too many hardware shutdowns
45
Voltage asymmetry
83
Verification error, FE parameter
area (EEPROM)
8
PWM switching frequency
reduced
48
Overload
84
Memory access error
9
Phase sequence reversal
49
Overcurrent (i_line, i_dc, i_mo)
85
Verification error, BE parameter
area (EEPROM)
10
Communication fault, pump
50
Motor protection function, general
shutdown (mpf)
88
Sensor fault
11
Water-in-oil fault (motor oil)
51
Blocked motor/pump
89
Signal fault, feedback sensor 1
12
Time for service
(general service information)
52
Motor slip high
90
Signal fault, speed sensor
13
Moisture alarm, analog
53
Stalled motor
91
Signal fault, temperature 1 sensor
14
Electronic DC-link protection
activated (ERP)
54
Motor protection function, 3 sec.
limit
92
Calibration fault, feedback sensor
15
Communication fault, main system
(SCADA)
55
Motor current protection activated
(MCP)
93
Signal fault, sensor 2
16
Other
56
Underload
94
Limit exceeded, sensor 1
17
Performance requirement cannot
be met
57
Dry running
95
Limit exceeded, sensor 2
18
Commanded alarm standby (trip)
58
Low flow
96
Setpoint signal outside range
19
Diaphragm break (dosing pump)
59
No flow
97
Signal fault, setpoint input
20
Insulation resistance low
60
Low input power
21
Too many starts per hour
64
Overtemperature
98
Signal fault, input for setpoint
influence
22
Moisture switch alarm, digital
65
Motor temperature 1
(t_m or t_mo or t_mo1)
99
Signal fault, input for analog
setpoint
23
Smart trim gap alarm
66
Temperature, control electronics
(t_e)
104
Software shutdown
24
Vibration
67
Temperature too high, internal
frequency converter module (t_m)
105
Electronic rectifier protection
activated (ERP)
25
Setup conflict
68
External temperature/water
temperature (t_w)
106
Electronic inverter protection
activated (EIP)
26
Load continues even if the motor
has been switched off
69
Thermal relay 1 in motor
(e.g. Klixon)
110
Skew load, electrical asymmetry
27
External motor protector activated
(e.g. MP 204)
70
Thermal relay 2 in motor
(e.g. thermistor)
111
Current asymmetry
28
Battery low
71
Motor temperature 2
(Pt100, t_mo2)
112
Cos φ too high
29
Turbine operation (impellers
forced backwards)
72
Hardware fault, type 1
113
Cos φ too low
30
Change bearings (specific service
information)
73
Hardware shutdown (HSD)
120
Auxiliary winding fault
(single-phase motors)
31
Change varistor(s) (specific
service information)
74
Internal supply voltage too high
121
Auxiliary winding current too high
(single-phase motors)
32
Overvoltage
75
Internal supply voltage too low
122
Auxiliary winding current too low
(single-phase motors)
35
Gas in pump head, deaerating
problem
76
Internal communication fault
123
Start capacitor, low
(single-phase motors)
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Description
Code
Description
Code
Description
124
Run capacitor, low
(single-phase motors)
179
Signal fault, bearing temperature
sensor (Pt100), general or top
bearing
213
VFD not ready
144
Motor temperature 3
(Pt100, t_mo3)
180
Signal fault, bearing temperature
sensor (Pt100), middle bearing
214
Water shortage, level 2
145
Bearing temperature high (Pt100),
in general or top bearing
181
Signal fault, PTC sensor
(short-circuited)
215
Soft pressure build-up timeout
146
Bearing temperature high (Pt100),
middle bearing
182
Signal fault, bearing temperature
sensor (Pt100), bottom bearing
216
Pilot pump alarm
147
Bearing temperature high (Pt100),
bottom bearing
183
Signal fault, extra temperature
sensor
217
Alarm, general-purpose sensor
high
148
Motor bearing temperature high
(Pt100) in drive end (DE)
184
Signal fault, general-purpose
sensor
218
Alarm, general-purpose sensor
low
149
Motor bearing temperature high
(Pt100) in non-drive end (NDE)
185
Unknown sensor type
219
Pressure relief not adequate
152
Communication fault, add-on
module
186
Signal fault, power meter sensor
220
Fault, motor contactor feedback
153
Fault, analog output
187
Signal fault, energy meter
221
Fault, mixer contactor feedback
154
Communication fault, display
188
Signal fault, user-defined sensor
222
Time for service, mixer
English (GB)
Code
155
Inrush fault
189
Signal fault, level sensor
223
Maximum number of mixer starts
per hour exceeded
156
Communication fault, internal
frequency converter module
190
Sensor limit 1 exceeded
(e.g. alarm level in WW application)
224
Pump fault (due to auxiliary
component or general fault)
157
Real-time clock out of order
191
Sensor limit 2 exceeded
(e.g. high level in WW application)
225
Communication fault, pump
module
158
Hardware circuit measurement
fault
192
Sensor limit 3 exceeded
(e.g. overflow level in WW
application)
226
Communication fault, I/O module
159
CIM fault (Communication
Interface Module)
193
Sensor limit 4 exceeded
227
Combi event
160
GSM modem, SIM card fault
194
Sensor limit 5 exceeded
228
Not used
161
Sensor supply fault, 5 V
195
Sensor limit 6 exceeded
229
Not used
162
Sensor supply fault, 24 V
196
Operation with reduced efficiency
230
Network alarm
163
Measurement fault, motor
protection
197
Operation with reduced pressure
231
Ethernet: No IP address from
DHCP server
164
Signal fault, Liqtec sensor
198
Operation with increased power
consumption
232
Ethernet: Auto-disabled due to
misuse
165
Signal fault, analog input 1
199
Process out of range (monitoring/
estimation/calculation/control)
233
Ethernet: IP address conflict
166
Signal fault, analog input 2
200
Application alarm
236
Pump 1 fault
167
Signal fault, analog input 3
201
External sensor input high
237
Pump 2 fault
168
Signal fault, pressure sensor
202
External sensor input low
238
Pump 3 fault
169
Signal fault, flow sensor
203
Alarm on all pumps
239
Pump 4 fault
170
Signal fault, water-in-oil (WIO)
sensor
204
Inconsistency between sensors
240
Lubricate bearings
(specific service information)
171
Signal fault, moisture sensor
205
Level float switch sequence
inconsistency
241
Motor phase failure
172
Signal fault, atmospheric pressure
sensor
206
Water shortage, level 1
242
Automatic motor model
recognition failed
173
Signal fault, rotor position sensor
(Hall sensor)
207
Water leakage
243
Motor relay has been forced
(manually operated/commanded)
174
Signal fault, rotor origo sensor
208
Cavitation
244
Fault, On/Off/Auto switch
175
Signal fault, temperature 2 sensor
209
Non-return valve fault
245
Pump continuous runtime too
long
176
Signal fault, temperature 3 sensor
210
High pressure
246
User-defined relay has been
forced (manually operated/
commanded)
177
Signal fault, smart trim gap sensor
211
Low pressure
247
Power-on notice (device/system
has been switched off)
178
Signal fault, vibration sensor
212
Diaphragm tank precharge
pressure out of range
248
Fault, battery/UPS
Subject to alterations.
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1
The appendix describes the parts of the CIM 500 web server
needed for the configuration of a Modbus TCP Ethernet
connection. For other CIM 500 web server features, not
specifically related to Modbus TCP, see the CIM 500 Installation
& Operating instructions.
A.1 How to configure an IP address on your PC
For connecting a PC to the CIM 500 via Ethernet, the PC must be
set up to use a fixed (static) IP address belonging to the same
subnetwork as the CIM 500.
1. Open "Control Panel".
2. Enter "Network and Sharing Center".
3. Click [Change adapter settings].
4. Right-click and select "Properties" for Ethernet adapter.
Typically "Local Area Connection".
5. Select properties for "Internet Protocol Version 4(TCP/IPv4).
6. Select tab "Alternate Configuration".
7. Configure an IP address and subnet mask to be used by your
PC. See fig. 28.
TM05 7422 0913
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Appendix
Fig. 28 Example from Windows XP
A.2 Web server configuration
The built-in web server is an easy and effective way to monitor
status of the CIM 500 module and configure the available
functions and Industrial Ethernet protocols. The web server also
makes it possible to update the firmware of the CIM module, and
store/restore settings.
To establish a connection from a PC to CIM 500, proceed as
follows:
Before configuration
•
Check that PC and CIM module are connected via an Ethernet
cable.
•
Check that the PC Ethernet port is set to the same network as
the CIM module. For network configuration, see section A.1
How to configure an IP address on your PC.
To establish a connection from a PC to the CIM 500 for the first
time, the following steps are required:
1. Open a standard Internet browser and type 192.168.1.100 in
the URL address field.
2. Log in to the Web server.
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A.3 Login
Fig. 29 Login
User name
Enter user name. Default: admin.
Password
Enter password. Default: Grundfos.
User name and password can be changed on the
web server under "Grundfos Management"
Note
TM05 6064 4412
A.4 Modbus TCP configuration
Fig. 30 Real Time Ethernet Protocol Configuration - Modbus TCP
Object
Description
TCP Port Number
The default value is 502, the official IANA-assigned Modbus TCP port number. Number 502 will always be
active implicitly.
If you select another value in the Web server configuration field, both the new value and value 502 will be
active.
IP Address
The static IP address for CIM 500 on the Modbus TCP network.
Subnet mask
The subnet mask for the CIM 500 module on the Modbus TCP network.
Gateway
The default gateway for the Modbus TCP network.
Use DHCP
The CIM 500 module can be configured to automatically obtain the IP address from a DHCP server on the
network.
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