723PLUS Digital DSLC/MSLC Gateway

Product Manual 02831
(Revision C)
Original Instructions
723PLUS Digital DSLC/MSLC Gateway
8280-416, 8280-417
Installation and Operation Manual
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General
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Contents
WARNINGS AND NOTICES ............................................................................III ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE AWARENESS ................................................. IV CHAPTER 1. GENERAL INFORMATION ........................................................... 1 Introduction .............................................................................................................1 Declaration of Incorporation ...................................................................................1 Application ..............................................................................................................1 Control Options .......................................................................................................1 723PLUS Digital Speed Control Accessories.........................................................2 CHAPTER 2. INSTALLATION........................................................................ 10 Introduction ...........................................................................................................10 Unpacking .............................................................................................................10 Power Requirements ............................................................................................10 Location Considerations .......................................................................................10 Electrical Connections ..........................................................................................11 Power Supply (Terminals 1/2) ..............................................................................11 Analog Output #1 and #2 (Terminals 15/16 and 17/18) .......................................12 Installation Checkout Procedure ..........................................................................16 CHAPTER 3. ENTERING CONTROL SET POINTS WITH HAND HELD
PROGRAMMER .......................................................................................... 17 Introduction ...........................................................................................................17 Hand Held Programmer and Menus .....................................................................17 Configuration Menu Descriptions .........................................................................20 Service Menu Descriptions ...................................................................................26 CHAPTER 4. DESCRIPTION OF OPERATION ................................................. 34 General .................................................................................................................34 CHAPTER 5. PRODUCT SUPPORT AND SERVICE OPTIONS ........................... 37 Product Support Options ......................................................................................37 Product Service Options .......................................................................................37 Returning Equipment for Repair ...........................................................................38 Replacement Parts ...............................................................................................38 Engineering Services............................................................................................39 Contacting Woodward’s Support Organization ....................................................39 Technical Assistance ............................................................................................40 APPENDIX A. SERIAL COMMUNICATION PORT WIRING ................................ 41 Grounding and Shielding ......................................................................................43 APPENDIX B. 723PLUS DSLC™/MSLC GATEWAY NETWORK BINDING
PROCEDURE ............................................................................................. 45 Introduction ...........................................................................................................45 Requirements .......................................................................................................45 Creating a Network ...............................................................................................47 Installing the Network ...........................................................................................49 Wiring and Proper Cable ......................................................................................72 APPENDIX C. SERVLINK/WATCH WINDOW INFORMATION ............................ 73 Watch Window Generic PC Interface ...................................................................73 APPENDIX D. MODBUS SLAVE ADDRESS INFORMATION .............................. 74 Part Numbers 8280-416/-417 ...............................................................................74 Woodward
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APPENDIX E. PROGRAMMING CHECKLIST ...................................................98 723PLUS CONTROL SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................105 Illustrations and Tables
Figure 1-1. 723PLUS Digital Speed Control...........................................................3 Figure 1-2. Hand Held Programmer .......................................................................4 Figure 1-3. Watch Window User Interface .............................................................5 Figure 1-4a. Control Wiring Diagram ......................................................................6 Figure 1-4b. Control Wiring Diagram ......................................................................7 Figure 1-5. Typical 723PLUS Connections ............................................................8 Figure 1-6. Typical LON Setup ...............................................................................9 Figure 3-1. Hand Held Programmer Functions ....................................................20 Figure A-1. 723PLUS RS-232 Connections .........................................................41 Figure A-2. 723PLUS RS-422 Connections with Optional Termination at
Receiver ...........................................................................................41 Figure A-3. 723PLUS RS-485 Connections with Optional Termination ...............42 Figure A-4. RS-422 Terminator Locations ............................................................42 Figure A-5. Preferred Multipoint Wiring Using Shielded Twisted-pair Cable with a
Separate Signal Ground Wire ..........................................................43 Figure A-6. Alternate Multipoint Wiring Using Shielded Twisted-pair Cable without
a Separate Signal Ground Wire .......................................................44 Figure B-1. LON Network .....................................................................................51 Figure B-2. Echelon Network Wired via Stubs .....................................................72 Table 4-1. LON Information and Modbus Address for DSLC #1 ..........................34 Screenshots from the following document are reprinted with
permission of Echelon®: LonMaker™ User Guide.
Except as expressly permitted, no part of this publication may be
reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form
or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording,
or otherwise, without the prior written permission of Echelon
Corporation.
Echelon and LonWorks are trademarks of Echelon Corporation
registered in the United States and other countries.
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Warnings and Notices
Important Definitions
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This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential
personal injury hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this
symbol to avoid possible injury or death.
DANGER—Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result
in death or serious injury.
WARNING—Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION—Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could
result in minor or moderate injury.
NOTICE—Indicates a hazard that could result in property damage only
(including damage to the control).
IMPORTANT—Designates an operating tip or maintenance suggestion.
Overspeed /
Overtemperature /
Overpressure
Personal Protective
Equipment
The engine, turbine, or other type of prime mover should be
equipped with an overspeed shutdown device to protect against
runaway or damage to the prime mover with possible personal injury,
loss of life, or property damage.
The overspeed shutdown device must be totally independent of the
prime mover control system. An overtemperature or overpressure
shutdown device may also be needed for safety, as appropriate.
The products described in this publication may present risks that
could lead to personal injury, loss of life, or property damage. Always
wear the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) for the job
at hand. Equipment that should be considered includes but is not
limited to:
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Eye Protection
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Hearing Protection
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Hard Hat
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Gloves
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Safety Boots
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Respirator
Always read the proper Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for any
working fluid(s) and comply with recommended safety equipment.
Start-up
Automotive
Applications
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Be prepared to make an emergency shutdown when starting the
engine, turbine, or other type of prime mover, to protect against
runaway or overspeed with possible personal injury, loss of life, or
property damage.
On- and off-highway Mobile Applications: Unless Woodward's control
functions as the supervisory control, customer should install a
system totally independent of the prime mover control system that
monitors for supervisory control of engine (and takes appropriate
action if supervisory control is lost) to protect against loss of engine
control with possible personal injury, loss of life, or property damage.
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To prevent damage to a control system that uses an alternator or
battery-charging device, make sure the charging device is turned off
before disconnecting the battery from the system.
Battery Charging
Device
Electrostatic Discharge Awareness
Electrostatic
Precautions
Electronic controls contain static-sensitive parts. Observe the
following precautions to prevent damage to these parts:
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Discharge body static before handling the control (with power to
the control turned off, contact a grounded surface and maintain
contact while handling the control).
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Avoid all plastic, vinyl, and Styrofoam (except antistatic versions)
around printed circuit boards.
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Do not touch the components or conductors on a printed circuit
board with your hands or with conductive devices.
To prevent damage to electronic components caused by improper
handling, read and observe the precautions in Woodward manual
82715, Guide for Handling and Protection of Electronic Controls,
Printed Circuit Boards, and Modules.
Follow these precautions when working with or near the control.
1. Avoid the build-up of static electricity on your body by not wearing clothing
made of synthetic materials. Wear cotton or cotton-blend materials as much
as possible because these do not store static electric charges as much as
synthetics.
2. Do not remove the printed circuit board (PCB) from the control cabinet
unless absolutely necessary. If you must remove the PCB from the control
cabinet, follow these precautions:
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Do not touch any part of the PCB except the edges.
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Do not touch the electrical conductors, the connectors, or the
components with conductive devices or with your hands.
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When replacing a PCB, keep the new PCB in the plastic antistatic
protective bag it comes in until you are ready to install it. Immediately
after removing the old PCB from the control cabinet, place it in the
antistatic protective bag.
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Chapter 1.
General Information
Introduction
This manual describes the Woodward 723PLUS DSLC™/MSLC Gateway
Control, models 8280-416 (low voltage) and 8280-417 (high voltage).
Declaration of Incorporation
In accordance with the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC and its amendments, this
controlling device, manufactured by the Woodward Governor Company, is
applied solely as a component to be incorporated into an engine prime mover
system. Woodward declares that this controlling device complies with the
requirements of EN50081-2 and EN50082-2 when put into service per the
installation and operating instructions outlined in the product manual.
NOTICE: This controlling device is intended to be put into service only upon
incorporation into an engine prime mover system that itself has met the
requirements of the above Directive and bears the CE mark.
Application
This 723PLUS Digital DSLC/MSLC Gateway control can extract generator
information from 14 DSLC units and one MSLC via the LON Network. This
information is then given a Modbus® * address for monitoring parameters via two
serial ports. The two serial channels can interface to a Modbus master device
such as a Human/Machine Interface (HMI). In addition, Port 3 allows commands
and values to be sent to all network-connected DSLC and MSLC units.
Provisions are included for forcing these commands and values for testing
purposes.
*—Modbus is a registered trademark of Schneider Automation Inc.
Control Options
Each 723PLUS control requires 40 W of power. A nominal current in-rush of 7 A
(low voltage) or 22 A (high voltage) is possible. Acceptable input voltage ranges
are:
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low voltage—18 to 40 Vdc
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high voltage—90 to 150 Vdc
Discrete input voltages provide on/off command signals to the electronic control,
Each discrete input requires 10 mA at its 24 Vdc nominal voltage rating (2210 
load).
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723PLUS Digital Speed Control Accessories
A Hand Held Programmer (part number 9907-205) is used for adjusting
software parameters of the 723PLUS control, including the software options. It
plugs into communication port J1 of the control. [Hand Held Programmer part
number 9905-292 can also be used.]
Before the Hand Held Programmer can work with the 723PLUS, a
jumper must be removed from the Load Share Signal terminals 9 and
10.
Servlink/Watch Window PC interface is a service tool that loads on a PC and is
capable of monitoring and editing real-time control variables, saving and
restoring tunable variables, and loading applications. The Watch Window also
features an on-line help which gives a detailed description of the above tools.
Once the Servlink/Watch Window is running on a PC, a serial cable can be
plugged into communication port J1 of the control to interface with the 723PLUS.
Before the Servlink/Watch Window PC interface can work with the
723PLUS, a jumper must be installed across the Load Share Signal
terminals 9 and 10.
A DSLC (Digital Synchronizer and Load Control) and MSLC (Master
Synchronizer and Load Control) system for generator system load management
and load sharing control. The 723PLUS Gateway control receives the system
and generator parameters through the LON #1 data channel (for the MSLC and
DSLC_01 through DSLC_07) and LON #2 data channel (for DSLC_08 through
DSLC_14). The system and generator parameters are made available to both
communication ports J2 and J3. System and generator commands can be sent to
Port 3. To extract the DSLC/MSLC information into the 723PLUS Gateway
control, use the LON Binding Kit (part number 8928-158). If the LON hardware is
already available, you can order the 723PLUS DSLC/GATEWAY Standard
Database (part number 8928-053). Refer to Chapter 4 and Appendix B for
detailed binding instructions.
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Figure 1-1. 723PLUS Digital Speed Control
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Figure 1-2. Hand Held Programmer
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Figure 1-3. Watch Window User Interface
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Figure 1-4a. Control Wiring Diagram
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Figure 1-4b. Control Wiring Diagram
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Figure 1-5. Typical 723PLUS Connections
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Figure 1-6. Typical LON Setup
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Chapter 2.
Installation
Introduction
This chapter contains general installation instructions for the 723PLUS control.
Power requirements, environmental precautions, and location considerations are
included to help you determine the best location for the control. Additional
information includes unpacking instructions, electrical connections, and
installation checkout procedures.
Unpacking
Before handling the control, read Electrostatic Discharge Awareness (p.iii). Be
careful when unpacking the electronic control. Check the control for signs of
damage such as bent panels, scratches, and loose or broken parts. If any
damage is found, immediately notify the shipper.
Power Requirements
The high-voltage versions of the 723PLUS Digital Speed Control require a
voltage source of 90 to 150 Vdc. The low-voltage versions require a voltage
source of 18 to 40 Vdc.
To prevent damage to the control, do not exceed the input voltage
range.
If a battery is used for operating power, an alternator or other
battery-charging device is necessary to maintain a stable supply
voltage.
To prevent damage to the control, make sure that the alternator or
other battery-charging device is turned off or disconnected before
disconnecting the battery from the control.
Location Considerations
Consider these requirements when selecting the mounting location:
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adequate ventilation for cooling
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space for servicing and repair
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protection from direct exposure to water or to a condensation-prone
environment
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protection from high-voltage or high-current devices, or devices which
produce electromagnetic interference
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avoidance of vibration
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selection of a location that will provide an operating temperature range of
–40 to +70 °C (–40 to +158 °F)
The control must NOT be mounted on the engine.
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Electrical Connections
External wiring connections and shielding requirements for a typical 723PLUS
control installation are shown in Figure 1-5. The control wiring connections
(Figure 1-4) are explained in the rest of this chapter.
Shielded Wiring
All shielded cable must be twisted conductor pairs. Do not attempt to tin the
braided shield. All signal lines should be shielded to prevent picking up stray
signals from adjacent equipment. Connect the shields to the nearest chassis
ground. Wire exposed beyond the shield should be as short as possible, not
exceeding 25 mm (1 inch). The other end of the shields must be left open and
insulated from any other conductor. DO NOT run shielded signal wires along with
other wires carrying large currents. See Woodward application note 50532,
Interference Control in Electronic Governing Systems for more information.
Where shielded cable is required, cut the cable to the desired length and prepare
the cable as instructed below.
1.
Strip outer insulation from BOTH ENDS, exposing the braided or spiral
wrapped shield. DO NOT CUT THE SHIELD.
2.
Using a sharp, pointed tool, carefully spread the strands of the braided
shield.
3.
Pull inner conductor(s) out of the shield. If the shield is the braided type,
twist it to prevent fraying.
4.
Remove 6 mm (1/4 inch) of insulation from the inner conductors.
Installations with severe electromagnetic interference (EMI) may require
additional shielding precautions. Contact Woodward for more information.
Power Supply (Terminals 1/2)
Power supply output must be low impedance (for example, directly from
batteries). DO NOT power the control from high-voltage sources with resistors
and zener diodes in series with the control power input. The 723PLUS control
contains a switching power supply which requires a current surge (7 A to 22 A) to
start properly.
To prevent damage to the control, do not power a low-voltage control
from high-voltage sources, and do not power any control from highvoltage sources with resistors and zener diodes in series with the
power input.
Run the power leads directly from the power source to the control. DO NOT
POWER OTHER DEVICES WITH LEADS COMMON TO THE CONTROL. Avoid
long wire lengths. Connect the positive (line) to terminal 1 and negative
(common) to terminal 2. If the power source is a battery, be sure the system
includes an alternator or other battery-charging device.
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If possible, do NOT turn off control power as part of a shutdown procedure. Use
the Minimum Fuel (Run/Stop) discrete input (terminal 36) for shutdown. Leave
the control powered except for service of the system and extended periods of
disuse.
Do NOT apply power to the control at this time. Applying power may
damage the control.
Relay Outputs (Terminals 3/4, 5/6, 7/8)
Not used.
Relay Outputs (Terminals 9/10)
Not used.
Speed Signal Inputs (Terminals 11/12 and 13/14)
Not used.
Analog Output #1 and #2 (Terminals 15/16 and 17/18)
Not used.
Actuator Output #1 (Terminals 19/20)
Not used.
LON #1 and LON #2 (Terminals 23—28)
The 723PLUS control provides two separate LON communication channels for
communicating with Echelon® networks.
LON #1 is used to connect up to seven DSLC controls (DSLC_01 to DSLC_07)
and one MSLC to provide generating system parameters to the two serial
communication ports (J2 and J3). Parameters described in the DSLC manual
02007 Chapter 9 and the MSLC manual 02022 Chapter 9 may be read by either
of the two Modbus devices connected to Ports J2 and J3 for generators 1
through 7 and the utility. This connection also allows the Modbus device
connected to port 3 (J3) to control loading and synchronizing of the generating
system by commands to the DSLC and MSLC controls. This connection requires
the binding procedure described in Appendix B.
LON #2 is used to connect up to seven additional DSLC controls (DSLC_08 to
DSLC_14) . The monitoring and control functions provided are the same as those
for LON #1 and apply only to the additional units. Parameters described in the
DSLC manual 02007 Chapter 9 may be read by either of the two Modbus
devices connected to Ports J2 and J3 for generators 8 through 14.
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No connection is needed to LON #2 for systems of seven or less DSLC units. If
this connection is used it requires the binding procedure described in Appendix
B.
Discrete Inputs (Terminals 29—36)
Discrete inputs are the switch input commands to the 723PLUS control. They
interact in such a way as to allow engine control and power management under a
variety of conditions.
Voltage is supplied to the discrete input terminal when an input switch or relay
contact closes. This will cause the input state for that discrete input to be
“TRUE”. The input terminal will be open circuited when the input switch or relay
contact opens. This will cause the input state for that discrete input to be
“FALSE”. When the input switch or relay contact is closed, the voltage supplying
the discrete inputs should be present from the appropriate discrete input
(terminal 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, or 36) to terminal 37 (common). Terminal 37
is the common return path for all of the discrete input channels. A lower voltage
indicates that the switch contacts have too high a resistance when closed and
should be replaced. These terminals must be isolated from ground. The green
light above each input terminal will illuminate for a valid “TRUE” state.
In systems which provide an external low voltage source to power the 723PLUS
control (or other systems where external low voltage dc power is available), the
discrete inputs may be powered by this external low voltage. The voltage source
used must be capable supplying 100 mA at a voltage level of 18 to 40 Vdc.
Connect the external low voltage source negative to terminal 37(–). Connect the
external low voltage source positive to the appropriate input switch or relay
contact and connect the mated switch or relay contact to the corresponding
discrete input terminal on the 723PLUS control.
Remove the factory installed jumper between terminal 37 and
terminal 38 when using external discrete input power.
In systems which provide a high voltage source to power the 723PLUS control
(or systems where the external low voltage dc power is not appropriate), the
discrete inputs may be powered by the internal 24 Vdc Discrete Input Power
source at terminal 39. This source is capable of supplying 100 mA at a voltage
level of 24 Vdc. Connect the internal 24 Vdc voltage source positive from
terminal 39 to the appropriate input switch or relay contact, and connect the
mated switch or relay contact to the corresponding discrete input terminal on the
723PLUS control. Assure that a connection exists between terminal 37 and
terminal 38 when using the internal Discrete Input Power. Do not power other
devices with the internal discrete input power source, and assure that the switch
or relay contacts used are isolated from any other circuit or system.
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Alarm Reset (Input A; Terminal 29)
The input switch or relay contact used to activate the Alarm Reset command
connects to terminal 29 (Discrete Input A). This discrete input will issue a reset
command to all parameters which can latch into an alarm state. Only those
parameters which are in the normal state when the discrete input first goes
“TRUE” will be reset to the no-alarm condition. When the external switch or relay
contacts are closed (discrete input in the “TRUE” state), internal software will limit
the command so that the reset condition will apply only for a short time within the
control even if the external contact remains closed. With the contacts open
(discrete input in the “FALSE” state), the control will again be ready to respond to
the external contacts closing. The Alarm Reset command works in parallel with
the command from Port J2, the command from Port J3, and a software switch
from the Hand Held Programmer.
Discrete Inputs (Input B; Terminal 30)
Not used.
Discrete Inputs (Input C; Terminal 31)
Not used.
Discrete Inputs (Input D; Terminal 32)
Not used.
Discrete Inputs (Input E; Terminal 33)
Not used.
Discrete Inputs (Input F; Terminal 34)
Not used.
Discrete Inputs (Input G; Terminal 35)
Not used.
Discrete Inputs (Input H; Terminal 36)
Not used.
Analog Inputs (Signal Input #1; Terminals 42/43)
Not used.
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Analog Inputs (Signal Input #2; Terminals 45/46)
Not used.
Analog Inputs (Signal Input #3; Terminals 48/49)
Not used.
Analog Inputs (Signal Input #4; Terminals 51/52)
Not used.
Communication Ports J2 and J3
Communication Ports J2 and J3 are used to connect two separate Modbus
devices to the 723PLUS control. These devices are used to read generating
system control parameters from the DSLC and MSLC nodes. The Modbus device
connected to J3 can also drive certain 723PLUS control parameters of the DSLC
and MSLC nodes. The Modbus device can be any master device capable of
communicating with Modbus standard protocol. This includes any Modbus
compatible PC, any compatible SCADA system, etc.
Communication Ports J2 and J3 can be software configured for a wide variety of
serial communications. Either port can be set to standard specifications for
RS-232, RS-422, or RS-485. Additionally the BAUD rates can be independently
set for 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, or 38400. The only restriction is that if
one port is set for a BAUD rate of 38400, the other port must be set to the same
rate. Stop bits on either port can be set at 1, 1.5, or 2. Parity can be set for OFF,
ODD, or EVEN. The data must be formatted as either ASCII or RTU on Port J2
or Port J3.
Communication Port J2 can read all control parameters. The only information
which can be sent to Port J2 is an Alarm Reset command. See Appendix D for
complete listings of port addresses and description of values for Port J2.
Communication Port J3 can read all control parameters, send commands and
values to all connected DSLC and MSLC outputs, and send an Alarm Reset. See
Appendix D for complete listings of port addresses and description of values for
Port J3.
To activate a Discrete input via Modbus Boolean Write, you must assert the
‘xxxxxx COMMAND USE NETWORK DISCRETE IN’ for each node (e.g.,
DSLC01 COMMAND... etc.). Each network DSLC and MSLC device must
likewise have the command input setpoint set for ‘network’. Otherwise the DSLC
or MSLC devices will use the hardware inputs. This method allows users to
choose which nodes to activate by hardware inputs and which nodes ignore the
hardware inputs and use the ‘Modbus Boolean Write’ commands. The state of
the Discrete Inputs can be monitored by ‘Modbus Boolean Read‘.
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The DSLC and MSLC controls can provide a wealth of generating system
information to the Modbus device(s). Over fifteen Analog Read values and fifty
Boolean Read values per device are furnished (e.g., Real Power, Apparent
Power, Reactive Power, Volts, Amps, Gen Frequency, Bus Frequency,
Synchronizer in Run Mode, Load Control in Parallel Mode, etc.). The Modbus
value for power factor is times 1000 and for frequency is times 100 (that is, at 0.8
power factor the Modbus value is 800 and at 60 Hz the Modbus value is 6000).
All other Modbus values are in engineering units. Note that the information from
the DSLC or MSLC unit is only available when the DSLC or MSLC LON terminals
are connected to the appropriate 723PLUS Gateway LON channel and all
devices have gone through the binding process (see Appendix B). 723PLUS
Gateway LON #1 connects to the MSLC and DSLC_01 through DSLC_07
devices and LON #2 connects to DSLC_08 through DSLC_14. See Appendix D
for complete listings of port addresses and description of values for Port J2 and
Port J3.
Installation Checkout Procedure
With the installation complete as described in this chapter, do the following
checkout procedure before beginning set point entry (Chapter 3) or initial start-up
adjustments (Chapter 4).
1.
Check for correct wiring in accordance with the control wiring diagram,
Figure 1-4.
2.
Check for broken terminals and loose terminal screws.
3.
Check for grounds
Check for grounds by measuring the resistance from all control terminals to
chassis. All terminals except terminals 2 and 37 should measure infinite
resistance (the resistance of terminals 2 and 37 depends on whether a
floating or grounded power source is used). If a resistance less than infinite
is obtained, remove the connections from each terminal one at a time until
the resistance is infinite. Check the line that was removed last to locate and
repair the ground fault.
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Chapter 3.
Entering Control Set Points
with Hand Held Programmer
Introduction
Because of the variety of installations, plus system and component tolerances,
the 723PLUS control must be tuned and configured for each system to obtain
optimum performance.
This chapter contains information on how to enter control set points through the
control's menu system using the Hand Held Programmer. See Appendix C for
information on how to enter set points using Servlink/Watch Window. See
the next chapter for prestart-up and start-up settings and adjustments.
Hand Held Programmer and Menus
The Hand Held Programmer is a hand-held computer terminal that gets its power
from the 723PLUS control. The terminal connects to the RS-422 communication
serial port on the control (terminal J1). To connect the terminal, slightly loosen
the right-hand screw in the cover over J1 and rotate the cover clockwise to
expose the 9-pin connector. Then firmly seat the connector on the terminal into
J1. Remove the jumper between terminals 9 and 10 (if installed) to set port J1 for
hand held interface.
The programmer does a power-up self-test whenever it is plugged into the
control. When the self-test is complete, the screen will display two lines of
information pertaining to the application. Press the “ID” key to display the part
number and revision level of the software in the control. Refer to this number and
revision level in any correspondence with Woodward (write this information in the
Programming Checklist, Appendix E).
The programmer screen is a four-line, backlighted LCD display. The display
permits you to look at two separate functions or menu items at the same time.
Use the “Up/Down Arrow” key to toggle between the two displayed items. The
BKSP and SPACE keys will scroll through the display to show the remainder of a
prompt if it is longer than the display screen's 19 characters.
The 723PLUS has two sets of menus, the Service menus and the Configure
menus. The Service menus allow easy access and tuning while the engine is
running. The Configure menus may be entered only if the I/O is shut down.
Configure Menus
To access the Configure menus, the engine(s) must be shut down. Press the “•”
key. The display will show, 'To select configure, press enter'. Press the ENTER
key and the display will show, 'To shutdown I/O, press enter'. Press the ENTER
key and this will allow you into the Configure menus. To move between the
menus use the “Right Arrow” and “Left Arrow” keys. To move through the set
points within a menu, use the “UP Arrow” and “Down Arrow” keys. Once within a
menu, to return to the menu header, press the ESC key.
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To leave the Configure menus press the ESC key. The set points will be
automatically saved when leaving Configure.
Service Menus
To access the Service menus press the “Down Arrow” key. To move between
menus, and to move through set points within menus follow the instructions as
for the Configure menus. Also to return to return to the menu header, or to leave
Service, follow the Configure instructions.
Adjusting Set Points
To adjust a set point, use the “Turtle Up” or the “Rabbit Up” keys to increase the
value, and the “Turtle Down” or “Rabbit Down” keys to decrease the value. The
“Rabbit Up” and “Rabbit Down” keys will make the rate of change faster than the
“Turtle Up” and “Turtle Down” keys. This is useful during initial setup where a
value may need to be changed significantly. Where necessary, to select TRUE,
use either the “Turtle Up” or the “Rabbit Up” keys, and to select FALSE, use the
“Turtle Down” or “Rabbit Down” keys.
To obtain an exact value, press the = key. Key in the required figure and press
ENTER.
This may be done in CONFIGURE MODE. This may also be done in
SERVICE MODE only when the figure is within 10% of the existing
value.
To save set points at any time, use the SAVE key. This will transfer all new set
point values into the EEPROM memory. The EEPROM retains all set points
when power is removed from the control.
Make sure you save the set points before removing power from the
control. Failure to save the set points before removing power from
the control causes them to revert to the previously saved settings.
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Hand Held Programmer Keys
The programmer keys do the following functions (see Figure 3-1):
(left arrow)
Moves backward through Configure or Service, one
menu at a time.
(right arrow)
Advances through Configure or Service, one menu at a
time.
(up/down arrow)
Toggles between the two displayed items.
(up arrow)
Moves backward through each menu, one step at a time.
(down arrow)
Advances through each menu, one step at a time.
Selects Service from Main Screen.
(turtle up)
Increases the displayed set point value slowly.
(turtle down)
Decreases the displayed set point value slowly.
(rabbit up)
Increases the displayed set point value quickly (about 10
times faster than the turtle keys).
(rabbit down)
Decreases the displayed set point value quickly (about
10 times faster than the turtle keys).
+ (plus)
Increases set point values by one step at a time.
– (minus)
Decreases set point values by one step at a time. Also
used for entering negative exact values.
(solid square)
Not used.
ID
Displays the 723PLUS control part number and software
revision level (can only be accessed from the TOP main
screen).
ESC
To return to menu header or to main screen, or to exit
Configure and save set points.
SAVE
Saves entered values (set points).
BKSP
Scrolls left through line of display.
SPACE
Scrolls right through line of display.
ENTER
Used when entering exact values and accessing
Configure.
= (equals)
For entering exact values (within 10%).
(decimal)
To select Configure. Also used for entering decimal
exact values.
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Figure 3-1. Hand Held Programmer Functions
Configuration Menu Descriptions
CFIG Communications
The 723PLUS has two serial ports that are configured to support the Modbus
Protocol. The ports are configured in this menu to set the slave address that they
will use and to set whether the port uses ASCII or RTU mode. Both ports have
monitoring information available that can be retrieved by a Modbus master
device such as a PC-based Human Machine Interface (HMI). Both ports support
either Modbus ASCII or RTU. Port 3 also allows commands to be sent from the
Modbus Master Device to the control.
1.
PORT 2 MODE determines if port J2 will use the Modbus ASCII or Modbus
RTU mode:
1 = ASCII
2 = RTU
2.
PORT 2 ADDRESS determines the port’s Modbus address from 1 to 247.
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3.
PORT 3 MODE determines if port J3 will use the Modbus ASCII or Modbus
RTU mode.
1 = ASCII
2 = RTU
4.
PORT 3 ADDRESS determines the port’s Modbus address from 1 to 247.
5.
FORCE OUTPUTS should be set to TRUE to enable forced manual control
of the 723PLUS discrete and analog outputs to the DSLC and MSLC
controls and to disable automatic control. Set to FALSE to disable forced
manual control and enable automatic control. Default is FALSE.
REMOTE REF THRESH
This menu is used to configure remote Modbus control of the DSLC and MSLC
Remote Reference threshold settings. These settings are only valid if the network
is CONNECTED.
1.
MSLC REM IN THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present MSLC Remote Reference value from the last transmitted Remote
Reference value before a new Remote Reference value is propagated onto
the LON network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME
field update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
2.
DSLC01 REM IN THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC01 Remote Reference value from the last transmitted Remote
Reference value before a new Remote Reference value is propagated onto
the LON network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME
field update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
3.
DSLC02 REM IN THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC02 Remote Reference value from the last transmitted Remote
Reference value before a new Remote Reference value is propagated onto
the LON network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME
field update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
4.
DSLC03 REM IN THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC03 Remote Reference value from the last transmitted Remote
Reference value before a new Remote Reference value is propagated onto
the LON network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME
field update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
5.
DSLC04 REM IN THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC04 Remote Reference value from the last transmitted Remote
Reference value before a new Remote Reference value is propagated onto
the LON network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME
field update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
6.
DSLC05 REM IN THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC05 Remote Reference value from the last transmitted Remote
Reference value before a new Remote Reference value is propagated onto
the LON network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME
field update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
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7.
DSLC06 REM IN THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC06 Remote Reference value from the last transmitted Remote
Reference value before a new Remote Reference value is propagated onto
the LON network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME
field update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
8.
DSLC07 REM IN THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC07 Remote Reference value from the last transmitted Remote
Reference value before a new Remote Reference value is propagated onto
the LON network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME
field update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
9.
DSLC08 REM IN THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC08 Remote Reference value from the last transmitted Remote
Reference value before a new Remote Reference value is propagated onto
the LON network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME
field update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
10. DSLC09 REM IN THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC09 Remote Reference value from the last transmitted Remote
Reference value before a new Remote Reference value is propagated onto
the LON network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME
field update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
11. DSLC10 REM IN THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC10 Remote Reference value from the last transmitted Remote
Reference value before a new Remote Reference value is propagated onto
the LON network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME
field update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
12. DSLC11 REM IN THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC11 Remote Reference value from the last transmitted Remote
Reference value before a new Remote Reference value is propagated onto
the LON network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME
field update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
13. DSLC12 REM IN THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC12 Remote Reference value from the last transmitted Remote
Reference value before a new Remote Reference value is propagated onto
the LON network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME
field update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
14. DSLC13 REM IN THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC13 Remote Reference value from the last transmitted Remote
Reference value before a new Remote Reference value is propagated onto
the LON network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME
field update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
15. DSLC14 REM IN THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC14 Remote Reference value from the last transmitted Remote
Reference value before a new Remote Reference value is propagated onto
the LON network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME
field update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
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PROCESS SIG THRESH
This menu is used to configure remote Modbus control of the DSLC and MSLC
Process Reference threshold settings. These settings are only valid if the
network is CONNECTED.
1.
MSLC PR SIG THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present MSLC Process Signal value from the last transmitted Process
Signal value before a new Process Signal value is propagated onto the LON
network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME field
update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
2.
DSLC01 PR SIG THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC 01 Process Signal value from the last transmitted Process
Signal value before a new Process Signal value is propagated onto the LON
network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME field
update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
3.
DSLC02 PR SIG THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC 02 Process Signal value from the last transmitted Process
Signal value before a new Process Signal value is propagated onto the LON
network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME field
update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
4.
DSLC03 PR SIG THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC 03 Process Signal value from the last transmitted Process
Signal value before a new Process Signal value is propagated onto the LON
network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME field
update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
5.
DSLC04 PR SIG THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC 04 Process Signal value from the last transmitted Process
Signal value before a new Process Signal value is propagated onto the LON
network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME field
update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
6.
DSLC05 PR SIG THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC 05 Process Signal value from the last transmitted Process
Signal value before a new Process Signal value is propagated onto the LON
network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME field
update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
7.
DSLC06 PR SIG THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC 06 Process Signal value from the last transmitted Process
Signal value before a new Process Signal value is propagated onto the LON
network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME field
update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
8.
DSLC07 PR SIG THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC 07 Process Signal value from the last transmitted Process
Signal value before a new Process Signal value is propagated onto the LON
network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME field
update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
9.
DSLC08 PR SIG THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC 08 Process Signal value from the last transmitted Process
Signal value before a new Process Signal value is propagated onto the LON
network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME field
update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
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10. DSLC09 PR SIG THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC 09 Process Signal value from the last transmitted Process
Signal value before a new Process Signal value is propagated onto the LON
network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME field
update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
11. DSLC10 PR SIG THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC 10 Process Signal value from the last transmitted Process
Signal value before a new Process Signal value is propagated onto the LON
network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME field
update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
12. DSLC11 PR SIG THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC 11 Process Signal value from the last transmitted Process
Signal value before a new Process Signal value is propagated onto the LON
network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME field
update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
13. DSLC12 PR SIG THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC 12 Process Signal value from the last transmitted Process
Signal value before a new Process Signal value is propagated onto the LON
network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME field
update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
14. DSLC13 PR SIG THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC 13 Process Signal value from the last transmitted Process
Signal value before a new Process Signal value is propagated onto the LON
network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME field
update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
15. DSLC14 PR SIG THRSH sets the desired amount of mA change in the
present DSLC 14 Process Signal value from the last transmitted Process
Signal value before a new Process Signal value is propagated onto the LON
network. This update rate operates independent of the SOLTIME field
update rate listed in the Service LON menu.
USE CB AUX
This menu is used to configure Hardware or remote Modbus control of the DSLC
and MSLC CB AUX contact input signal.
1.
MSLC USE CB AUX determines whether the utility circuit breaker (CB) aux
contact used by the MSLC is from Modbus Port 3 over the LON network
connection or from the CB Aux contact hardware input connected directly to
the MSLC. Set FALSE to use the Hardware input. Set TRUE to use the
Modbus/LON network input or FORCE MSLC input.. MSLC activation will be
delayed or blocked if this is set to TRUE. We recommend that this value be
set to FALSE.
2.
DSLC01 USE CB AUX determines whether the generator circuit breaker
(CB) aux contact used by DSLC01 is from Modbus Port 3 over the LON
network connection or from the CB Aux contact hardware input connected
directly to the DSLC. Set FALSE to use the Hardware input. Set TRUE to
use the Modbus/LON network input or FORCE DSLC01 input.. DSLC
activation will be delayed or blocked if this is set to TRUE. We recommend
that this value be set to FALSE.
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3.
DSLC02 USE CB AUX determines whether the generator circuit breaker
(CB) aux contact used by DSLC02 is from Modbus Port 3 over the LON
network connection or from the CB Aux contact hardware input connected
directly to the DSLC. Set FALSE to use the Hardware input. Set TRUE to
use the Modbus/LON network input or FORCE DSLC02 input.. DSLC
activation will be delayed or blocked if this is set to TRUE. We recommend
that this value be set to FALSE.
4.
DSLC03 USE CB AUX determines whether the generator circuit breaker
(CB) aux contact used by DSLC03 is from Modbus Port 3 over the LON
network connection or from the CB Aux contact hardware input connected
directly to the DSLC. Set FALSE to use the Hardware input. Set TRUE to
use the Modbus/LON network input or FORCE DSLC03 input.. DSLC
activation will be delayed or blocked if this is set to TRUE. We recommend
that this value be set to FALSE.
5.
DSLC04 USE CB AUX determines whether the generator circuit breaker
(CB) aux contact used by DSLC04 is from Modbus Port 3 over the LON
network connection or from the CB Aux contact hardware input connected
directly to the DSLC. Set FALSE to use the Hardware input. Set TRUE to
use the Modbus/LON network input or FORCE DSLC04 input.. DSLC
activation will be delayed or blocked if this is set to TRUE. We recommend
that this value be set to FALSE.
6.
DSLC05 USE CB AUX determines whether the generator circuit breaker
(CB) aux contact used by DSLC05 is from Modbus Port 3 over the LON
network connection or from the CB Aux contact hardware input connected
directly to the DSLC. Set FALSE to use the Hardware input. Set TRUE to
use the Modbus/LON network input or FORCE DSLC05 input.. DSLC
activation will be delayed or blocked if this is set to TRUE. We recommend
that this value be set to FALSE.
7.
DSLC06 USE CB AUX determines whether the generator circuit breaker
(CB) aux contact used by DSLC06 is from Modbus Port 3 over the LON
network connection or from the CB Aux contact hardware input connected
directly to the DSLC. Set FALSE to use the Hardware input. Set TRUE to
use the Modbus/LON network input or FORCE DSLC06 input.. DSLC
activation will be delayed or blocked if this is set to TRUE. We recommend
that this value be set to FALSE.
8.
DSLC07 USE CB AUX determines whether the generator circuit breaker
(CB) aux contact used by DSLC07 is from Modbus Port 3 over the LON
network connection or from the CB Aux contact hardware input connected
directly to the DSLC. Set FALSE to use the Hardware input. Set TRUE to
use the Modbus/LON network input or FORCE DSLC07 input.. DSLC
activation will be delayed or blocked if this is set to TRUE. We recommend
that this value be set to FALSE.
9.
DSLC08 USE CB AUX determines whether the generator circuit breaker
(CB) aux contact used by DSLC08 is from Modbus Port 3 over the LON
network connection or from the CB Aux contact hardware input connected
directly to the DSLC. Set FALSE to use the Hardware input. Set TRUE to
use the Modbus/LON network input or FORCE DSLC08 input.. DSLC
activation will be delayed or blocked if this is set to TRUE. We recommend
that this value be set to FALSE.
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10. DSLC09 USE CB AUX determines whether the generator circuit breaker
(CB) aux contact used by DSLC09 is from Modbus Port 3 over the LON
network connection or from the CB Aux contact hardware input connected
directly to the DSLC. Set FALSE to use the Hardware input. Set TRUE to
use the Modbus/LON network input or FORCE DSLC09 input.. DSLC
activation will be delayed or blocked if this is set to TRUE. We recommend
that this value be set to FALSE.
11. DSLC10 USE CB AUX determines whether the generator circuit breaker
(CB) aux contact used by DSLC10 is from Modbus Port 3 over the LON
network connection or from the CB Aux contact hardware input connected
directly to the DSLC. Set FALSE to use the Hardware input. Set TRUE to
use the Modbus/LON network input or FORCE DSLC10 input.. DSLC
activation will be delayed or blocked if this is set to TRUE. We recommend
that this value be set to FALSE.
12. DSLC11 USE CB AUX determines whether the generator circuit breaker
(CB) aux contact used by DSLC11 is from Modbus Port 3 over the LON
network connection or from the CB Aux contact hardware input connected
directly to the DSLC. Set FALSE to use the Hardware input. Set TRUE to
use the Modbus/LON network input or FORCE DSLC11 input.. DSLC
activation will be delayed or blocked if this is set to TRUE. We recommend
that this value be set to FALSE.
13. DSLC12 USE CB AUX determines whether the generator circuit breaker
(CB) aux contact used by DSLC12 is from Modbus Port 3 over the LON
network connection or from the CB Aux contact hardware input connected
directly to the DSLC. Set FALSE to use the Hardware input. Set TRUE to
use the Modbus/LON network input or FORCE DSLC12 input.. DSLC
activation will be delayed or blocked if this is set to TRUE. We recommend
that this value be set to FALSE.
14. DSLC13 USE CB AUX determines whether the generator circuit breaker
(CB) aux contact used by DSLC13 is from Modbus Port 3 over the LON
network connection or from the CB Aux contact hardware input connected
directly to the DSLC. Set FALSE to use the Hardware input. Set TRUE to
use the Modbus/LON network input or FORCE DSLC13 input.. DSLC
activation will be delayed or blocked if this is set to TRUE. We recommend
that this value be set to FALSE.
15. DSLC14 USE CB AUX determines whether the generator circuit breaker
(CB) aux contact used by DSLC14 is from Modbus Port 3 over the LON
network connection or from the CB Aux contact hardware input connected
directly to the DSLC. Set FALSE to use the Hardware input. Set TRUE to
use the Modbus/LON network input or FORCE DSLC14 input.. DSLC
activation will be delayed or blocked if this is set to TRUE. We recommend
that this value be set to FALSE.
Service Menu Descriptions
LON
1.
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out its unique ID over the network. This is used in the LON network binding
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2.
LON Reset CH1 resets all associated LON Channel 1 software and the
NEURON chip in the 723PLUS Gateway control.
3.
LON SERVICE PIN CH2 tells the LON Channel 2 Neuron Processor to send
out its unique ID over the network. This is used in the LON network binding
installation procedures.
4.
LON Reset CH2 resets all associated LON Channel 2 software and the
NEURON chip in the 723PLUS Gateway control.
5.
LON Fail Timeout value is the maximum amount of time, in seconds,
allowed between updates of the 723PLUS Gateway network input variables
from the DSLC and MSLC, before latching the Fail to Transmit alarm to true.
If the RESET FAILED XMIT value is activated the fault will reset to FALSE.
If there still is a fault, five seconds later the fault indication will return to
TRUE.
6.
LON Output Update (sec) is the amount of time, in seconds, between
updates of the 723PLUS Gateway network output variables to the DSLC
and MSLC onto the StdLON. The update rate can be faster per the REM IN
THRSH and the PR SIG THRSH settings.
7.
LON Fail Xmit Reset allows the user to reset any activated and cleared
StdLon transmission fault alarms. Set this value to TRUE and return to
FALSE. When this value changes from FALSE to TRUE, a 1 second reset
pulse is sent throughout the control.
If the unit is not “bound”, the fault will always be FALSE.
J2 Modbus Serial Port
The 723PLUS control has two serial ports that are configured to support the
Modbus Protocol. The ports are configured in this menu for the type of hardware
interface and other parameters. Both ports have monitoring information available
that can be retrieved by a Modbus master device such as a PC-based Human
Machine Interface (HMI). Port 2 and Port 3 supports either Modbus ASCII or
RTU. This is selected in the Configure Menu CFIG MODBUS.(See the Modbus
Register List, Appendixes C and D, for the addresses).
1.
PORT 2 HW CFIG determines if the port is set for RS-232, RS-422, or RS485 based on:
1 = RS-232
2 = RS-422
3 = RS-485
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2.
PORT 2 BAUD RATE determines the port's baud rate, based on:
1 = 1200
2 = 1800
3 = 2400
4 = 4800
5 = 9600
6 = 19200
7 = 38400
3.
PORT 2 STOP BITS determines the Stop Bits, based on:
1 = 1 stop bit
2 = 1.5 stop bits
3 = 2 stop bits
4.
PORT 2 PARITY determines what parity the port uses, based on:
1 = no parity
2 = odd parity
3 = even parity
5.
Modbus J2 Timeout is the time period, in seconds, that the slave has to
respond to a master’s question before the link error alarm goes true.
6.
Modbus J2 Ex Error is latched true when an exception error is detected.
7.
Modbus J2 Link Error goes true if the slave does not answer the master’s
question within the TIME_OUT.
8.
Modbus J2 Error Pct is the exception error divided by the total
communication transactions, and reflects the quality of the communications
for the port.
9.
Modbus J2 Error Num is set to the number of the exception error that
occurred, based off the below table.
Messages sent by a slave and displayed by Service:
0
No error
1
Illegal function
2
Illegal data address
Messages displayed by Service:
9
Checksum error
10 Message garbled
J3 Modbus Serial Port
1.
PORT 3 HW CFIG determines if the port is set for RS-232, RS-422, or RS485 based on:
1 = RS-232
2 = RS-422
3 = RS-485
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2.
PORT 3 BAUD RATE determines the port's baud rate, based on:
1 = 1200
2 = 1800
3 = 2400
4 = 4800
5 = 9600
6 = 19200
7 = 38400
3.
PORT 3 STOP BITS determines the Stop Bits, based on:
1 = 1 stop bit
2 = 1.5 stop bits
3 = 2 stop bits
4.
PORT 3 PARITY determines what parity the port uses, based on:
1 = no parity
2 = odd parity
3 = even parity
5.
Modbus J3 Timeout is the time period, in seconds, that the slave has to
respond to a master’s question before the link error alarm goes true.
6.
Modbus J3 Ex Error is latched true when an exception error is detected.
7.
Modbus J3 Link Error goes true if the slave does not answer the master’s
question within the TIME_OUT.
8.
Modbus J3 Error Pct is the exception error divided by the total
communication transactions, and reflects the quality of the communications
for the port.
9.
Modbus J3 Error Num is set to the number of the exception error that
occurred, based off the below table.
Messages sent by a slave and displayed by Service:
0
No error
1
Illegal function
2
Illegal data address
Messages displayed by Service:
9
Checksum error
10 Message garbled
If ports J2 or J3 require 19200 or higher baud rates, the baud rates
must be set to the same value for each port.
DSLC Fail Transmit
1.
MSLC FAIL XMIT latches true if the amount of time, since the last network
variable update was received, exceeds LON FAIL TIMEOUT for the MSLC.
2.
DSLC 1 FAIL XMIT latches true if the amount of time, since the last network
variable update was received, exceeds LON FAIL TIMEOUT for DSLC 1.
3.
DSLC 2 FAIL XMIT latches true if the amount of time, since the last network
variable update was received, exceeds LON FAIL TIMEOUT for DSLC 2.
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4.
DSLC 3 FAIL XMIT latches true if the amount of time, since the last network
variable update was received, exceeds LON FAIL TIMEOUT for DSLC 3.
5.
DSLC 4 FAIL XMIT latches true if the amount of time, since the last network
variable update was received, exceeds LON FAIL TIMEOUT for DSLC 4.
6.
DSLC 5 FAIL XMIT latches true if the amount of time, since the last network
variable update was received, exceeds LON FAIL TIMEOUT for DSLC 5.
7.
DSLC 6 FAIL XMIT latches true if the amount of time, since the last network
variable update was received, exceeds LON FAIL TIMEOUT for DSLC 6.
8.
DSLC 7 FAIL XMIT latches true if the amount of time, since the last network
variable update was received, exceeds LON FAIL TIMEOUT for DSLC 7.
9.
DSLC 8 FAIL XMIT latches true if the amount of time, since the last network
variable update was received, exceeds LON FAIL TIMEOUT for DSLC 8.
10. DSLC 9 FAIL XMIT latches true if the amount of time, since the last network
variable update was received, exceeds LON FAIL TIMEOUT for DSLC 9.
11. DSLC 10 FAIL XMIT latches true if the amount of time, since the last
network variable update was received, exceeds LON FAIL TIMEOUT for
DSLC 10.
12. DSLC 11 FAIL XMIT latches true if the amount of time, since the last
network variable update was received, exceeds LON FAIL TIMEOUT for
DSLC 11.
13. DSLC 12 FAIL XMIT latches true if the amount of time, since the last
network variable update was received, exceeds LON FAIL TIMEOUT for
DSLC 12.
14. DSLC 13 FAIL XMIT latches true if the amount of time, since the last
network variable update was received, exceeds LON FAIL TIMEOUT for
DSLC 13.
15. DSLC 14 FAIL XMIT latches true if the amount of time, since the last
network variable update was received, exceeds LON FAIL TIMEOUT for
DSLC 14.
Only one LON FAIL TIMEOUT set point is applied for all DSLC and
MSLC LON transmissions.
FORCE MSLC
This menu allows manually forcing the Network discrete and analog output
signals from the 723PLUS to the MSLC during installation to test the output
loops. This feature and menu is available only when FORCE OUTPUTS on the
CFIG COMMUNICATIONS menu is set TRUE.
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Before actuating any end device, be sure that forcing the end device
to a different state will not cause an unsafe or unwanted condition or
event to occur, and take comprehensive safety measures to nullify
the effects of forcing the end device to a different state (such as
disconnecting power, independently disabling the device by other
means, etc.). Have these measures checked by a separate cognizant
person prior to forcing the end device to a different state. BE AWARE
that incorrect wiring may inadvertently actuate the wrong end device.
1.
REMOTE REFERENCE is set to the mA value desired for the forced
Remote Reference.
2.
PROCESS SIGNAL is set to the mA value desired for the forced Process
Signal.
3.
USE REMOTE REF is set to TRUE to force the MSLC control to use the
forced Remote Reference (see item 1 above). Set the value to FALSE to
use the MSLC Hardware Remote Reference.
4.
USE PROCESS SIGNAL is set to TRUE to force the MSLC to use the
forced Process Signal (see item 2 above). Set the value to FALSE to use
the MSLC Hardware Process Signal.
5.
CB AUX INPUT is set to activate the MSLC CB Aux input. This input will not
be active unless Configuration menu USE CB AUX item MSLC USE CB
AUX is TRUE.
6.
USE NETWORK DISC IN is set to TRUE to allow the MSLC control to use
the forced Discrete Input signals below. Set the value to FALSE to use the
MSLC Hardware DI Signals.
Be sure to set the MSLC Command for ‘Network’ if USE NETWORK
DISC IN is set TRUE.
7.
CHECK INPUT is set to activate the MSLC Synchronizer Check input. This
input will not be active unless USE NETWORK DISC IN above is TRUE.
8.
PERMISSIVE INPUT is set to activate the MSLC Synchronizer Permissive
input. This input will not be active unless USE NETWORK DISC IN above is
TRUE.
9.
RUN INPUT is set to activate the MSLC Synchronizer Run input. This input
will not be active unless USE NETWORK DISC IN above is TRUE.
10. UTILITY UNLOAD IN is set to activate the MSLC Utility Unload input. This
input will not be active unless USE NETWORK DISC IN above is TRUE.
11. IMP/EXP CONTROL IN is set to activate the MSLC Import/Export input.
This input will not be active unless USE NETWORK DISC IN above is
TRUE.
12. PROCESS INPUT is set to activate the MSLC Process Control mode input.
This input will not be active unless USE NETWORK DISC IN above is
TRUE.
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13. PAUSE INPUT is set to activate the MSLC Ramp Pause input. This input
will not be active unless USE NETWORK DISC IN above is TRUE.
14. SETPOINT RAISE IN is set to activate the MSLC Setpoint Raise input. This
input will not be active unless USE NETWORK DISC IN above is TRUE.
15. SETPOINT LOWER IN is set to activate the MSLC Setpoint Lower input.
This input will not be active unless USE NETWORK DISC IN above is
TRUE.
16. VOLTAGE RAISE INPUT is set to activate the MSLC Voltage Raise input.
This input will not be active unless USE NETWORK DISC IN above is
TRUE.
17. VOLTAGE LOWER IN is set to activate the MSLC Voltage Lower input.
This input will not be active unless USE NETWORK DISC IN above is
TRUE.
Be sure to set the ‘FORCE OUTPUTS’ on the CFIG Communications
menu back to FALSE when MSLC output testing is completed.
Failure to do so will hold the output in the last forced state.
FORCE DSLC ‘xx’
This menu allows manually forcing the Network discrete and analog output
signals from the 723PLUS to DSLC 01 through DSLC 14 during installation to
test the output loops. This feature and menu is available only when FORCE
OUTPUTS on the CFIG COMMUNICATIONS menu is set TRUE.
Before actuating any end device, be sure that forcing the end device
to a different state will not cause an unsafe or unwanted condition or
event to occur, and take comprehensive safety measures to nullify
the effects of forcing the end device to a different state (such as
disconnecting power, independently disabling the device by other
means, etc.). Have these measures checked by a separate cognizant
person prior to forcing the end device to a different state. BE AWARE
that incorrect wiring may inadvertently actuate the wrong end device.
1.
REMOTE REFERENCE is set to the mA value desired for the forced
Remote Reference.
2.
PROCESS SIGNAL is set to the mA value desired for the forced Process
Signal.
3.
USE REMOTE REF is set to TRUE to force the DSLC ‘xx’ control to use the
forced Remote Reference (see item 1 above). Set the value to FALSE to
use the DSLC Hardware Remote Reference.
4.
USE PROCESS SIGNAL is set to TRUE to force the DSLC ‘xx’ to use the
forced Process Signal (see item 2 above). Set the value to FALSE to use
the DSLC Hardware Process Signal.
5.
CB AUX INPUT is set to activate the DSLC ‘xx’ CB Aux input. This input will
not be active unless Configuration menu USE CB AUX item DSLC ‘xx’ USE
CB AUX is TRUE.
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USE NETWORK DISC IN is set to TRUE to allow the DSLC ‘xx’ control to
use the forced Discrete Input signals below. Set the value to FALSE to use
the DSLC Hardware DI Signals.
Be sure to set the DSLC ‘xx’ Command for ‘Network’ if USE
NETWORK DISC IN is set TRUE.
7.
CHECK INPUT is set to activate the DSLC ‘xx’ Synchronizer Check input.
This input will not be active unless USE NETWORK DISC IN above is
TRUE.
8.
PERMISSIVE INPUT is set to activate the DSLC ‘xx’ Synchronizer
Permissive input. This input will not be active unless USE NETWORK DISC
IN above is TRUE.
9.
RUN INPUT is set to activate the DSLC ‘xx’ Synchronizer Run input. This
input will not be active unless USE NETWORK DISC IN above is TRUE.
10. VOLTAGE RAISE INPUT is set to activate the DSLC ‘xx’ Voltage Raise
input. This input will not be active unless USE NETWORK DISC IN above is
TRUE.
11. VOLTAGE LOWER INPUT is set to activate the DSLC ‘xx’ Voltage Lower
input. This input will not be active unless USE NETWORK DISC IN above is
TRUE.
12. BASELOAD INPUT is set to activate the DSLC ‘xx’ Baseload input. This
input will not be active unless USE NETWORK DISC IN above is TRUE.
13. LOAD INPUT is set to activate the DSLC ‘xx’ Load/Unload input. This input
will not be active unless USE NETWORK DISC IN above is TRUE.
14. PAUSE INPUT is set to activate the DSLC ‘xx’ Ramp Pause input. This
input will not be active unless USE NETWORK DISC IN above is TRUE.
15. LOAD RAISE INPUT is set to activate the DSLC ‘xx’ Load Raise input. This
input will not be active unless USE NETWORK DISC IN above is TRUE.
16. LOAD LOWER INPUT is set to activate the DSLC ‘xx’ Load Lower input.
This input will not be active unless USE NETWORK DISC IN above is
TRUE.
17. PROCESS ENABLE IN is set to activate the DSLC ‘xx’ Process Control
input. This input will not be active unless USE NETWORK DISC IN above is
TRUE.
Be sure to set the ‘FORCE OUTPUTS’ on the CFIG Communications
menu back to FALSE when DSLC output testing is completed. Failure
to do so will hold the output in the last forced state.
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Chapter 4.
Description of Operation
General
This chapter provides an overview of the features and operation of the 723PLUS
Digital DSLC™/MSLC Gateway. Table 4-1 show the generator information from 1
of 14 DSLC or 1 MSLC that can be extracted for monitoring via two serial
communication ports. The two serial ports can interface to a Modbus master
device such as an Human/Machine Interface (HMI). The 723PLUS Gateway
control communicates using the LonTalk® protocol to the DSLC and MSLC
controls.
To extract the DSLC information to the 723PLUS, use either the DOS LON
Binding Kit (part number 8928-158) or the LonMaker™ * for Windows LON
Binding Kit (part number 8923-1007). If the LON hardware is already available,
you can order the 723PLUS DSLC/MSLC GATEWAY Standard Database (DOS
part number 8928-053 or LonMaker for Windows part number 8928-225). Refer
to Appendix B for detailed binding instructions.
*—LonMaker is a trademark of Echelon Corporation.
Before the 723PLUS Gateway can extract the generator information,
the controls need to be bound to each other using the above Binding
Kit.
Table 4-1. LON Information and Modbus Address for DSLC #1
DSLC #
DSLC 1
DSLC 1
DSLC 1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC 1
DSLC 1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC 1
DSLC 1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
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FAIL XMIT RESET
Alarm Relay
Low Limit Alarm
High Limit Alarm
Load Switch
Voltage Lower
Voltage Raise
Breaker Open
Breaker Close
Synch Timeout Alarm
Synch Reclose Alarm
Load High Limit Alarm
Load Low Limit Alarm
Process High Limit Alarm
Process Low Limit Alarm
Voltage Range Alarm
Voltage at Low Limit Alarm
Voltage at High Limit Alarm
Synch Off Mode
Synch Check Mode
Synch Permissive Mode
Synch Run Mode
Close Timer Mode
Synch Timer Mode
In Synch Mode
Auto Off Mode
Droop Mode
Modbus
Address
0:0001
1:0061
1:0062
1:0063
1:0064
1:0065
1:0066
1:0067
1:0068
1:0069
1:0070
1:0071
1:0072
1:0073
1:0074
1:0075
1:0076
1:0077
1:0078
1:0079
1:0080
1:0081
1:0082
1:0083
1:0084
1:0085
1:0086
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DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC 1
DSLC 1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC 1
DSLC 1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC 1
DSLC 1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC 1
DSLC 1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
DSLC1
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Variable
Unload Base Load Mode
Ramp Base Load Mode
Base Load Mode
Base Load Lower Mode
Base Load Raise Mode
Ramp Remote Mode
Remote Base Load Mode
Unload Parallel Mode
Ramp Parallel Mode
Parallel Mode
Unload Ramp Mode
Process Ramp Mode
Process Local Mode
Process Lower Mode
Process Raise Mode
Process Remote Mode
CHECK Contact Closed
PERM Contact Closed
RUN Contact Closed
CB_AUX Contact Closed
VOLTAGE RAISE Contact Closed
VOLTAGE LOWER Contact Closed
BASE LOAD Contact Closed
LOAD Contact Closed
RAMP PAUSE Contact Closed
LOAD RAISE Contact Closed
LOAD LOWER Contact Closed
PROCESS CONTROL Contact Closed
Voltage Reg Driver Shutdown
Watchdog
LON Transmit Failed
Block 1 Message Time
Block 2 Message Time
Block 3 Message Time
Block 4 Message Time
A Phase Voltage
B Phase Voltage
C Phase Voltage
3-Phase Average Voltage
Bus A Phase Voltage
Power Factor(X1000)
A Phase Current
B Phase Current
C Phase Current
3-Phase Total Current
Load Reference
Process Reference
Real Power
Reactive Power
Apparent Power
Generator Frequency(X10)
Bus Frequency(X10)
Remote Reference
Process Signal
Modbus
Address
1:0087
1:0088
1:0089
1:0090
1:0091
1:0092
1:0093
1:0094
1:0095
1:0096
1:0097
1:0098
1:0099
1:0100
1:0101
1:0102
1:0103
1:0104
1:0105
1:0106
1:0107
1:0108
1:0109
1:0110
1:0111
1:0112
1:0113
1:0114
1:0115
1:0116
1:0117
3:0031
3:0032
3:0033
3:0034
3:0035
3:0036
3:0037
3:0038
3:0039
3:0040
3:0041
3:0042
3:0043
3:0044
3:0045
3:0046
3:0047
3:0048
3:0049
3:0050
3:0051
4:0006
4:0007
The table above lists the generator information for DSLC #1. For a
complete list of all 14 DSLC and MSLC units, see Appendix D.
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The 723PLUS Digital Control uses a 32-bit microprocessor for all control
functions. All control adjustments are made with a hand-held terminal/display or
Watch Window/Servlink user interface that communicates with the control via a
serial port. The terminal/display or Watch Window/Servlink is disconnected from
the control when not in service, to provide security against tampering.
The control has a switching power supply with excellent spike, ripple, and EMI
(electromagnetic interference) rejection. Discrete inputs are optically isolated and
capable of rejecting EMI and variable resistance in switch or relay contacts.
Analog inputs are differential type with extra filtering for common-mode noise
rejection.
The 723PLUS control provides two separate serial interfaces for RS-232,
RS-422, or RS-485 communications. An industry-standard Modbus is available
for both ASCII and RTU protocols.
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Chapter 5.
Product Support and Service Options
Product Support Options
If you are experiencing problems with the installation, or unsatisfactory
performance of a Woodward product, the following options are available:
1. Consult the troubleshooting guide in the manual.
2. Contact the OE Manufacturer or Packager of your system.
3. Contact the Woodward Business Partner serving your area.
4. Contact Woodward technical assistance via email
(EngineHelpDesk@Woodward.com) with detailed information on the
product, application, and symptoms. Your email will be forwarded to an
appropriate expert on the product and application to respond by telephone
or return email.
5. If the issue cannot be resolved, you can select a further course of action to
pursue based on the available services listed in this chapter.
OEM or Packager Support: Many Woodward controls and control devices are
installed into the equipment system and programmed by an Original Equipment
Manufacturer (OEM) or Equipment Packager at their factory. In some cases, the
programming is password-protected by the OEM or packager, and they are the best
source for product service and support. Warranty service for Woodward products
shipped with an equipment system should also be handled through the OEM or
Packager. Please review your equipment system documentation for details.
Woodward Business Partner Support: Woodward works with and supports a
global network of independent business partners whose mission is to serve the
users of Woodward controls, as described here:

A Full-Service Distributor has the primary responsibility for sales, service,
system integration solutions, technical desk support, and aftermarket
marketing of standard Woodward products within a specific geographic area
and market segment.

An Authorized Independent Service Facility (AISF) provides authorized
service that includes repairs, repair parts, and warranty service on
Woodward's behalf. Service (not new unit sales) is an AISF's primary
mission.

A Recognized Engine Retrofitter (RER) is an independent company that
does retrofits and upgrades on reciprocating gas engines and dual-fuel
conversions, and can provide the full line of Woodward systems and
components for the retrofits and overhauls, emission compliance upgrades,
long term service contracts, emergency repairs, etc.
A current list of Woodward Business Partners is available at
www.woodward.com/directory.
Product Service Options
Depending on the type of product, the following options for servicing Woodward
products may be available through your local Full-Service Distributor or the OEM
or Packager of the equipment system.

Replacement/Exchange (24-hour service)

Flat Rate Repair

Flat Rate Remanufacture
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Replacement/Exchange: Replacement/Exchange is a premium program
designed for the user who is in need of immediate service. It allows you to
request and receive a like-new replacement unit in minimum time (usually within
24 hours of the request), providing a suitable unit is available at the time of the
request, thereby minimizing costly downtime.
This option allows you to call your Full-Service Distributor in the event of an
unexpected outage, or in advance of a scheduled outage, to request a
replacement control unit. If the unit is available at the time of the call, it can
usually be shipped out within 24 hours. You replace your field control unit with
the like-new replacement and return the field unit to the Full-Service Distributor.
Flat Rate Repair: Flat Rate Repair is available for many of the standard
mechanical products and some of the electronic products in the field. This
program offers you repair service for your products with the advantage of
knowing in advance what the cost will be.
Flat Rate Remanufacture: Flat Rate Remanufacture is very similar to the Flat
Rate Repair option, with the exception that the unit will be returned to you in “likenew” condition. This option is applicable to mechanical products only.
Returning Equipment for Repair
If a control (or any part of an electronic control) is to be returned for repair,
please contact your Full-Service Distributor in advance to obtain Return
Authorization and shipping instructions.
When shipping the item(s), attach a tag with the following information:

return number;

name and location where the control is installed;

name and phone number of contact person;

complete Woodward part number(s) and serial number(s);

description of the problem;

instructions describing the desired type of repair.
Packing a Control
Use the following materials when returning a complete control:

protective caps on any connectors;

antistatic protective bags on all electronic modules;

packing materials that will not damage the surface of the unit;

at least 100 mm (4 inches) of tightly packed, industry-approved packing
material;

a packing carton with double walls;

a strong tape around the outside of the carton for increased strength.
To prevent damage to electronic components caused by improper
handling, read and observe the precautions in Woodward manual
82715, Guide for Handling and Protection of Electronic Controls,
Printed Circuit Boards, and Modules.
Replacement Parts
When ordering replacement parts for controls, include the following information:

the part number(s) (XXXX-XXXX) that is on the enclosure nameplate;

the unit serial number, which is also on the nameplate.
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Engineering Services
Woodward’s Full-Service Distributors offer various Engineering Services for our
products. For these services, you can contact the Distributor by telephone or by
email.

Technical Support

Product Training

Field Service
Technical Support is available from your equipment system supplier, your local
Full-Service Distributor, or from many of Woodward’s worldwide locations,
depending upon the product and application. This service can assist you with
technical questions or problem solving during the normal business hours of the
Woodward location you contact.
Product Training is available as standard classes at many Distributor locations.
Customized classes are also available, which can be tailored to your needs and
held at one of our Distributor locations or at your site. This training, conducted by
experienced personnel, will assure that you will be able to maintain system
reliability and availability.
Field Service engineering on-site support is available, depending on the product
and location, from one of our Full-Service Distributors. The field engineers are
experienced both on Woodward products as well as on much of the nonWoodward equipment with which our products interface.
For information on these services, please contact one of the Full-Service
Distributors listed at www.woodward.com/directory.
Contacting Woodward’s Support Organization
For the name of your nearest Woodward Full-Service Distributor or service
facility, please consult our worldwide directory published at
www.woodward.com/directory.
You can also contact the Woodward Customer Service Department at one of the
following Woodward facilities to obtain the address and phone number of the
nearest facility at which you can obtain information and service.
Products Used In
Electrical Power Systems
Products Used In
Engine Systems
Products Used In
Industrial Turbomachinery
Systems
Facility---------------- Phone Number
Brazil ------------- +55 (19) 3708 4800
China ----------- +86 (512) 6762 6727
Germany:
Kempen ---- +49 (0) 21 52 14 51
Stuttgart-- +49 (711) 78954-510
India --------------- +91 (129) 4097100
Japan -------------- +81 (43) 213-2191
Korea -------------- +82 (51) 636-7080
Poland--------------- +48 12 295 13 00
United States ---- +1 (970) 482-5811
Facility---------------- Phone Number
Brazil ------------- +55 (19) 3708 4800
China ----------- +86 (512) 6762 6727
Germany------- +49 (711) 78954-510
India --------------- +91 (129) 4097100
Japan -------------- +81 (43) 213-2191
Korea -------------- +82 (51) 636-7080
The Netherlands - +31 (23) 5661111
United States ---- +1 (970) 482-5811
Facility---------------- Phone Number
Brazil ------------- +55 (19) 3708 4800
China ----------- +86 (512) 6762 6727
India --------------- +91 (129) 4097100
Japan -------------- +81 (43) 213-2191
Korea -------------- +82 (51) 636-7080
The Netherlands - +31 (23) 5661111
Poland--------------- +48 12 295 13 00
United States ---- +1 (970) 482-5811
For the most current product support and contact information, please visit our
website directory at www.woodward.com/directory.
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Technical Assistance
If you need to contact technical assistance, you will need to provide the following information.
Please write it down here before contacting the Engine OEM, the Packager, a Woodward
Business Partner, or the Woodward factory:
General
Your Name
Site Location
Phone Number
Fax Number
Prime Mover Information
Manufacturer
Engine Model Number
Number of Cylinders
Type of Fuel (gas, gaseous, diesel,
dual-fuel, etc.)
Power Output Rating
Application (power generation, marine,
etc.)
Control/Governor Information
Control/Governor #1
Woodward Part Number & Rev. Letter
Control Description or Governor Type
Serial Number
Control/Governor #2
Woodward Part Number & Rev. Letter
Control Description or Governor Type
Serial Number
Control/Governor #3
Woodward Part Number & Rev. Letter
Control Description or Governor Type
Serial Number
Symptoms
Description
If you have an electronic or programmable control, please have the adjustment setting positions or
the menu settings written down and with you at the time of the call.
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Appendix A.
Serial Communication Port Wiring
The Communication Ports J2 and J3 can be configured for RS-232, RS-422 or
RS-485 serial communications. The default settings are for RS-232.
The RS-232 connections are shown in Figure A-1. The maximum distance from
the Master Modbus Device to the 723PLUS control is 15 m (50 ft).
Figure A-1. 723PLUS RS-232 Connections
The RS-422 connections are shown in Figure A-2. The maximum distance from
the Master Modbus Device to the 723PLUS control is 1219 m (4000 ft).
Figure A-2. 723PLUS RS-422 Connections with Optional Termination at Receiver
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The RS-485 connections are shown in Figure A-3. The maximum distance from
the Master Modbus Device to the 723PLUS control is 1219 m (4000 ft).
Figure A-3. 723PLUS RS-485 Connections with Optional Termination
RS-422 and RS-485 can use a multi-drop set-up where more than one device is
connected to a master device. A termination should be located at the receiver
when one or more transmitters are connected to a single receiver. When a single
transmitter is connected to one or more receivers, termination should be at the
receiver farthest from the transmitter. Figure A-4 is an example.
Figure A-4. RS-422 Terminator Locations
Termination is accomplished using a three-resistor voltage divider between a
positive voltage and ground. The impedance of the resistor network should be
equal to the characteristic impedance of the cable. This is usually about 100 to
120 . The purpose is to maintain a voltage level between the two differential
lines so that the receiver will be in a stable condition. The differential voltage can
range between 0.2 and 6 V. The maximum voltage between either receiver input
and circuit ground must be less than 10 V. There is one termination resistor
network for each port located on the 723PLUS board. Connection to this resistor
network is made through the 9-pin connectors on pins 6 and 9.
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Grounding and Shielding
The RS-422 specifications state that a ground wire is needed if there is no other
ground path between units. The preferred method to do this is to include a
separate wire in the cable that connects the circuit grounds together. Connect the
shield to earth ground at one point only. The alternate way is to connect all circuit
grounds to the shield, and then connect the shield to earth ground at one point
only. If the latter method is used, and there are non-isolated nodes on the party
line, connect the shield to ground at a non-isolated node, not an isolated node.
Figures A-5 and A-6 illustrate these cabling approaches.
Non-isolated nodes may not have a signal ground available. If signal
ground is not available, use the alternate wiring scheme in Figure A-5
with the signal ground connection removed on those nodes only.
Figure A-5. Preferred Multipoint Wiring Using Shielded Twisted-pair Cable with a
Separate Signal Ground Wire
The SG (signal ground) connection is not required if signal ground is
unavailable.
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Figure A-6. Alternate Multipoint Wiring Using Shielded Twisted-pair Cable without
a Separate Signal Ground Wire
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Appendix B.
723PLUS DSLC™/MSLC Gateway
Network Binding Procedure
Introduction
This Appendix describes instructions on the use of the LonMaker™ for Windows®
Integration Tool to commission or replace Woodward supplied devices into an
Echelon® network. LonMaker for Windows, release 3, was used by Woodward to
create and test an engineered network system specifically for the 723PLUS
DSLC/MSLC Gateway control. The engineered system database and drawings
are provided as a CD-ROM kit. The database and drawings together with the
LonMaker for Windows Integration Tool and an SLTA-10 Network Interface are
needed to commission or replace the 723PLUS DSLC/MSLC Gateway network
devices.
These instructions are intended to be specific to the 723PLUS
DSLC/MSLC Gateway LonMaker network and are not intended to
include extensive LonMaker for Windows instructions. Refer to the
LonMaker for Windows User’s Guide for extensive instructions.
Requirements
Computer
The LonMaker for Windows Integration Tool requires a PC that meets the
following requirements:
 Microsoft Windows® 2000, Windows NT® 4.0 (Service Pack 3 required for NT
4.0) Windows 98, or Windows 95. Windows 2000 is recommended.
 Pentium 200 or faster (Pentium II 350 or better recommended)
 350 Megabytes (MB) free hard-disk space
 128 MB of RAM (256 MB recommended)
 High resolution display with 256 colors
 CD-ROM drive
 Mouse or compatible pointing device
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Software
LonMaker for Windows
Woodward part number: 1796-055
Follow Echelon’s instructions for
correctly installing the LonMaker for
Windows Integration Tool and the
LonWorks® SLTA-10 network driver
software.
LonMaker Database/Visio
Drawing
Woodward part number: 8928-225
Specific to the master 723PLUS DSLC/MSLC Gateway with capability of 14
DSLC™ (Digital Synchronizer and Load Control) units, one MSLC (Master
Synchronizer and Load Control) unit and one master 723PLUS Gateway Digital
Control.
The 8928-225 LonMaker Database/Visio drawing is also designed to
commission 723PLUS DSLC Compatible controls and references are
included to clarify the commissioning differences.
The “9927293” folders contained under the “Db” and “Drawings” folders on the
CD-ROM in kit part number 8928-225 are the actual master 723PLUS
DSLC/MSLC Gateway LON Network database and drawing files required by
LonMaker for Windows. Copy each “9927293” folder under the “Db” and the
“Drawings” folders to C:\LM\Db and C:\LM\Drawings folders respectively.
Even though the folder names (9927293) are the same, the contents are
totally different! Be sure to copy each to the correct LonMaker for Windows
(LM) folder.
The following shows the contents on the CD-ROM kit 8928-225 on Windows
Explorer. 9927-293 is the combined database/drawing part number.
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Hardware
Serial LonTalk Adapter (SLTA-10) and associated cables (Woodward part
number 8923-492).
There is a Woodward “Starter Kit” that contains all the needed
software and hardware (part numbers 1796-055, 8928-225, and
8923-492)—Starter Kit number 8923–1007.
Creating a Network
When an Echelon network is created, each device on the network has to know
which devices it is talking to and what information it is receiving or sending.
Binding is the process of installing and connecting the correct network inputs and
outputs of devices on an Echelon network. For our purposes, binding is required
because the DSLC and MSLC information and commands must be made
available on a serial network. The binding process must be performed at the
initial start-up (commissioning) of a system, and any time a device on the
network is replaced (re-commissioned). The binding process is explained in
detail under “Installing a Network.”
In the power generation master 723PLUS DSLC/MSLC Gateway application, the
DSLC and MSLC information and commands are transmitted through the
723PLUS. The 723PLUS functions as a gateway to convert the systems DSLC
and MSLC Echelon information into Modbus serial data.
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We have considered two network situations with the 723PLUS control:
1. One Unit 723PLUS/DSLC pair on each engine. The maximum capability is
14 engines on one network plus an LSIM option to provide DSLC load
sharing with compatible analog systems. The 723PLUS is the engine speed
control and a gateway for only the mating DSLC information to a Modbus
network for monitoring and commands. The 723PLUS choices for this
situation are 8280-412, 8280-413, 8280-466 or 8280-467. Other custom
applications may also apply.
2. One master 723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway connected to a maximum of 14
DSLC controls and one MSLC. The 723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway control
is a gateway only for the entire system DSLC and MSLC information to a
Modbus network for monitoring and commands. In this situation, a separate
control (such as a 2301D, etc.) is used as the engine speed control. The
723PLUS choices for this situation are 8280-416 and 8280-417.
Each 723PLUS will only be a gateway for those devices, which are connected by
the Echelon network. The unit 723PLUS DSLC Compatible control is only
connected to a mating DSLC control. The master 723PLUS Gateway control is
connected to the entire DSLC and MSLC control system. You will note in the
Visio® drawing that the 723PLUS Gateway control has two device designations
(Mstr723_1 and Mstr723_2). Mstr723_1 is for the LON 1 port and Mstr723_2 is
for the LON 2 port. LON1 connects to the MSLC and DSLC 01 through DSLC 07
devices. LON 2 connects to DSLC 08 through DSLC 14 devices. Mstr723_2 does
not need to be installed (commissioned) on systems with 7 or less units.
Be sure to install (commission) the correct 723PLUS device(s) using
the LonMaker for Windows Integration Tool. Install either the unit
723PLUS (i.e., U723 01, U723 02, etc.) control(s) or the master
723PLUS Gateway control (i.e., Mstr723_1 and Mstr723_2). The
network must be comprised of one or more unit 723PLUS DSLC
Compatible controls or one master 723PLUS Gateway control. Do not
attempt to mix these 723PLUS network devices. The DSLC devices
are installed for either network situation. The MSLC is only installed
for the master 723PLUS Gateway network situation.
The LonMaker for Windows Integration Tool is a software package which
includes a Visio graphical interface that is used to create and install an Echelon
network. The network connections between devices (binding) have been created
and tested beforehand by Woodward and are provided on a CD-ROM kit part
number 8928-225. Commissioning the network devices while the LonMaker for
Windows tool is attached and Onnet completes the LON network binding
process. The SLTA-10 Network Interface connects the PC to the Echelon
network.
The older SLTA/2 network interface will not work with LonMaker for
Windows since it is not LNS-compatible.
LonMaker for Windows also defines the communication medium (twisted pair,
fiber optics, etc.). All of the Woodward controls communicate over twisted pair at
1.25 MBaud. LonMaker for Windows provides for subdividing the devices into
logical groups (subsystems) to organize the network installation. LonMaker for
Windows stores its information in a database on your hard drive.
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Woodward has created one LonMaker for Windows database/drawing for the unit
723PLUS DSLC Compatible and the master 723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway
situations as previously described. The network drawing has one subsystem for
each engine-generator set, one subsystem for the Gateway and one subsystem
for the MSLC and LSIM controls. All of the network connections are made for up
to 14 engine generators.
With the database and drawing already created, the only function that remains to
be done on-site is the actual commissioning of the network devices.
Installing the Network
LonMaker for Windows, Release 3 and the SLTA-10 network interface driver
must be installed on the PC that will be used to commission the network. Follow
the Echelon instructions for correctly installing the LonMaker for Windows
Integration Tool and the LonWorks SLTA-10 network driver software. Folders
“LM” and “LonWorks” are created when Lon Maker for Windows is installed.
The database and drawing must be present in the “LM” folder to allow LonMaker
for Windows to open the network and commission or replace the network
devices. The 8928-225 CD-ROM kit contains the LonMaker for Windows
database and Visio drawing for both the unit 723PLUS DSLC Compatible and the
master 723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway networks. To complete preparations for
commissioning the unit 723PLUS DSLC Compatible or the master
723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway network, the database and drawing must be
copied from the CD-ROM and pasted into the “LM” folder.
To do this, boot up your PC and insert the CD-ROM, part number 1796-1028
from the disk kit 8928-225, into your CD-ROM drive. Run Windows Explorer and
view the contents of the CD-ROM. Open folder 9927-293 and two folders named
“Db” and “Drawings” will be found. The contents of each contain a sub-directory
named 9927293. Even though the name is the same, the contents of each are
totally different. The names are the same because LonMaker for Windows
requires the same Network Name for the database and drawing. The Network
Name assigned for the unit 723PLUS DSLC Compatible and the master
723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway network is 9927293.
1. Open the “Db” folder on the CD-ROM and copy the contents (9927293).
2. Open the C:\LM\Db folder. Paste the contents (9927293) into this Db folder.
Then,
1. Open the “Drawings” folder on the CD-ROM and copy the contents
(9927293).
2. Open the C:\LM\Drawings folder. Paste the contents (9927293) into the
Drawings folder.
When this is properly completed, the Database Path C:\LM\Db\9927293 will
show a db folder, a recovery folder, and other miscellaneous folders and files.
The drawing path C:\LM\Drawings\9927293 will show a 9927293.vsd drawing file
and a log file.
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Connecting the SLTA-10 Network Adapter
Connect the SLTA-10 to the serial port of your computer with the serial cable
provided. Set the SLTA-10 configuration DIP switches 1, 2, 3, and 5 “OFF”
(down). Set configuration DIP switches 4, 6, 7, and 8 “ON” (up). The SLTA-10
software is defaulted to work on Com Port 1 at 115,200 bps. To change the
SLTA-10 software settings, open the Link Manager from the Windows “Start,
Programs, Echelon SLTA-10 Network Adapter, SLTALink Manager.” The Link
must be disconnected to make changes. Select “Link, Disconnect Now” if
necessary. At the following screen, choose “Link, Select/Action.”
This opens the SLTALink Selection screen. Select “Edit.” At the Link Description
screen select “Next” and the following screen appears.
The Serial Port and Speed settings may be changed by dropdown menu at this
screen. Select “Next” and “Finish” to apply the changes or select “Cancel” to
ignore any changes. If the Speed setting is changed, the SLTA-10 configuration
DIP switches must be changed to match the new Speed setting. Follow the table
adhered to the SLTA-10 Network Adapter.
Use LON cable to connect the SLTA-10 “Network” terminal connector to any
point on the physical master 723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway network. Connect
the power supply, and power up the SLTA-10.
The older SLTA/2 network interface will not work with LonMaker for
Windows since it is not LNS-compatible.
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Figure B-1. LON Network
Start the SLTALink Manager from the Windows “Start” menu. The following
screen appears.
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If the SLTALink Manager is not connected, a red status light will be displayed.
Click the “Link” icon to connect the SLTA-10 Network Adapter to the
723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway network. The red status light will change to
green if the connection is made and status messages (“Connected to COM1 at
115200 bps on device 1”, etc) appear in the message block. Check the wiring
connections, DIP switch settings and SLTA-10 power if this does not connect
properly.
If the message “Remote identifier does not match the link value” appears in the
message block, it can be ignored for a local connection. However, to update this
identifier and clear the message, choose “Link, Select/Action, Edit” and check the
“Update Identifier” on the Link Description screen as shown below, then “Next”
twice, then “Finish”.
Connect (link) the SLTA-10 Network Adapter to the 723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC
Gateway network.
Opening the 723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway Network
From the Windows “Start” menu select “Program,” then “LonMaker for Windows”
to open a network. The following screen appears.
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Check all settings and if necessary, select c:\lm\drawings as the Drawing Base
Path, 9927293 for the Drawing Directory and 9927293.vsd as the Drawing Name.
Select 9927293 as the Database Name. 9927-293 is the Woodward part number
for the unit 723PLUS/DSLC Compatible and master 723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC
Gateway LON database/drawing software.
The Database Name selection may not be available. If not, leave this selection
blank. Select “Open Network.”
The following prompt may appear. If not, skip to the “Network Interface” screen
below. Should this prompt appear choose “Import Database.”
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Select “Next” and the following screen will appear. Browse and select the
“Network Database Path” for database 9927293.
The following screen appears when “Open Network” is selected or “Next” should
the above “Import Database” screens appear. Check the “Network Attached” box
and select the “SLTALON1” Network Interface Name.
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Select “Next.” The following screen appears. Type in “Integrator” for the User
Name and “integr” for the Password. Both the user name and password are case
sensitive. Integrator privileges permit opening a “read only” network system
drawing and database to commission, replace or monitor the network devices.
Write privileges to add or modify network devices or connections between
devices are reserved for Woodward Administrators.
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Select “Next.” The following screen appears. Check “Onnet” to continue with the
commissioning process. Onnet mode is necessary to activate the network device
LON communication once commissioned (installed).
Select “Finish.” The following 9927293.vsd drawing opens. The “LON Network
Devices” drawing sheet is shown. The master 723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway
LonMaker network devices are commissioned or replaced from the “LON
Network Devices” drawing sheet.
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After a device is commissioned, the color changes on the drawing sheet. Devices
that have been commissioned are shown with a solid green color. Devices that
have not yet been commissioned are shown with a light yellow crosshatch. The
drawing above shows that the SLTA-10 network interface adapter has been
commissioned, but the remaining “LON Network Devices” devices have not been
commissioned.
Subnets identify additional drawing sheets for each Unit, Gateway and
MSLC_LSIM control. These drawing sheets define the function blocks and
connections for each device. These are “read only” and cannot be changed
except by those with network “Administrator” privileges. These sheets are not
used for commissioning or replacing devices. The following message is typical
when changes are attempted without proper authorization.
Commissioning the 723PLUS Gateway Network Devices
The process of “commissioning” a device is necessary since a device will not
function on the network until the succeeding commissioning process is performed
to bind the device into the network. The network connections for each device are
predefined in the 723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway LON database (Database
Name 9927293). Commissioning is the final step of assigning these connections,
by device name, to the mating physical device on the network. After
commissioning, network messages are exchanged between commissioned
devices placed “Onnet” based on the predefined database connections.
It is important to note that only the master Gateway, DSLC and MSLC devices
are installed for the 723PLUS Gateway LON network situation. Devices U723 01,
U723 02, etc. and the LSIM are only used for the 723PLUS/DSLC Compatible
network situation and are not used in the 723PLUS Gateway LON network and
should not be installed.
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To begin commissioning devices, the “LON Network Devices” drawing sheet
must be open. With this drawing open, right click the device to be commissioned
and the following pop-up menu choices appear.
Only those devices that have not been commissioned can be commissioned
(although commissioning a device again as the same device is not prohibited).
See Replacing the 723PLUS Gateway Network Devices for instructions on
replacing a commissioned device.
When commissioning or replacing a device, be sure to select the
correct device in LonMaker for Windows, and press the service pin
on that corresponding physical device. You cannot install two
devices with the same name on the same network. In addition, you
cannot install one device twice in the same network.
Before commissioning or replacing any of the devices on a network,
be sure that all of the engines are shut down and locked out. The
load sharing between the DSLC units and the MSLC units will
temporarily be removed during the commissioning/replacement
process.
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Select “Commission” from the menu to commission the selected device (e.g.,
Mstr723_1) and the following “Commission Device Wizard” screen appears.
723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway devices use a .xif file in the device template. Do
not attempt to load a different application image. Do not check the Load
Application Image check box. The application image in the database is correct for
all 723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway devices.
All engines need to be shut down before commissioning devices.
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If the correct device was selected, select “Next,” and the following screen
appears. If, however, the wrong device was selected, choose “Cancel” then
select the correct device.
To continue commissioning a device, proceed by setting the device state “Online”
to make the device active after it is commissioned. Set the “Source of
Configuration Property Values” to “Current values in the database” to make the
connections needed for the 723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway devices.
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Select “Next” and the following screen will appear.
Select “Service Pin” as the commissioning method. The 723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC
Gateway devices are built to use the Service Pin installation method.
Select “Finish” and the following screen will appear.
Go to the control chosen for commissioning and select the service pin for this
device.
Be sure the physical device being commissioned matches the
assigned device name on the LonMaker drawing before toggling the
device LON Network Service Pin. Commissioning the wrong device is
not easy to undo.
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The service pin on the 723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway control can be found in
the “LON” service menu. Either a Hand Held Programmer or Servlink/Watch
Window connected to comm port J1 is needed to provide access and control of
the 723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway service pin. The 723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC
Gateway service pin will have to be tuned with the rabbit or turtle raise/lower
keys to TRUE and then back FALSE. (See Chapter 4 for detailed instructions on
the Hand Held Programmer and Servlink/Watch Window.)
The service pin on a DSLC or MSLC control is in “Menu 5.” A Hand Held
Programmer must be connected to the comm port and the configuration key will
have to be set to 49 to provide access and control of the DSLC or MSLC service
pin. The DSLC or MSLC service pin will have to be tuned with the rabbit or turtle
raise/lower keys to TRUE and then back FALSE.
When the service pin is toggled, the following screen appears for the device
being commissioned.
When the device is successfully commissioned, the Commissioning Device
Wizard screens close and the newly commissioned device changes color on the
“LON Network Devices” drawing sheet from a light yellow crosshatch
(uninstalled) to a solid green (installed) as shown below for “Mstr723_1”.
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When a DSLC or MSLC control is installed with LonMaker for
Windows, the self-binding network address (in menu 5) is no longer
valid. However, it can cause problems if the DSLC or MSLC control
thinks it should be configuring itself, when in reality the LonMaker
for Windows is configuring the DSLC and MSLC controls. To
eliminate these problems cycle power to all DSLC and MSLC controls
after they have been commissioned.
Verify that all the DSLC and MSLC controls are installed by looking at
the number of “active DSLCs” in menu 0 on all of the DSLC and
MSLC controls. This number should equal the total number of all
DSLC and MSLC units installed (commissioned and electrically
connected) on the network and powered up.
If an attempt is made to install the same device twice on the same network, the
device will not be installed and the following warning will appear.
Mistakenly installing the wrong device is not easy to undo.
The easiest workaround is to remove the device from the network and either
physically swap it for the device it was commissioned to be or simply replace it
with a new un-commissioned device. Do not attempt to decommission a DSLC or
MSLC device–this will cause these controls to fail. You may decommission a
723PLUS device.
A somewhat more complicated and lengthy workaround is to blank the binding of
the neuron chip on the DSLC or MSLC device. This will generally require the
device to be returned to Woodward for blanking. This may be a good choice if a
spare unit was commissioned and this unit is now the intended spare. To be
useful as a spare the unit must be un-commissioned. Refer to
723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway Network Management for test details.
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723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway Network Device Properties
To verify the properties of any device, whether commissioned, replaced, or uncommissioned, right click on the device and click “Properties” from the pop-up
menu. The following Device Properties screen opens to show the device
Attributes, including “Commission Status,” “State,” etc.
In this example, the Commissioned Status and State Attributes show that device
‘MSLC’ commissioning is current and that the device is configured and online. Of
course, these are the properties of the device commissioned for internal testing
only. Real commissioning must be performed when the network is actually
installed on site. Un-commissioned devices show the Commissioned Status as
“Updates pending” and the State as “<Not Available>”.
Refer to LonMaker for Windows User’s Guide for more in depth descriptions.
Replacing the 723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway Network Devices
The process of “replacing” a device is similar to “commissioning” a device.
Replacement is necessary when a commissioned device fails. The replacement
device will not function on the network until the following replacement process is
performed to bind the replacement device into the network. The commissioned
device must be removed and the replacement device installed in its place.
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With the “LON Network Devices” drawing sheet open, right click a commissioned
device to be replaced (e.g., ‘Mstr723_01’). The following pop-up menu choices
appear.
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Select “Replace” and the following Replace Device Wizard screen opens.
When commissioning or replacing a device, be sure to select the
correct device in LonMaker for Windows, and press the service pin
on that corresponding physical device. You cannot install two
devices with the same name on the same network. In addition, you
cannot install one device twice in the same network.
Before commissioning or replacing any of the devices on a network,
be sure that all of the engines are shut down and locked out. The
load sharing between the DSLC units and the MSLC units will
temporarily be removed during the commissioning/replacement
process.
All engines need to be shut down before replacing devices.
Set the External Interface Definition to use an “Existing Template.”
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Select “Next” and the following screen will appear.
723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway devices use a .xif file in the device template. Do
not attempt to load a different application image. Do not check the Load
Application Image check box.
Set the device State “Online” to make the device active after it is replaced. Set
the Source of Configuration Property Values to use “Old device values.” The old
device connections are needed for the 723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway
replacement device.
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Select “Next: and the following screen will appear.
Select “Service Pin” as the commissioning method. The 723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC
Gateway devices were built to use the Service Pin.
Select “Finish” and the following screen will appear.
Be sure the physical device being replaced matches the assigned
device name on the LonMaker drawing before toggling the device
Service Pin.
Go to the control chosen for replacement and select the service pin for this
device as described earlier in the “Commissioning the 723PLUS Gateway
Network Devices” section. Toggle the service pin TRUE then FALSE.
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After the service pin is toggled, the following screen appears for the device being
replaced.
When the device is successfully replaced, all replacement screens close and the
newly replaced device color remains a solid green (installed) color.
Verify that all the DSLC and MSLC controls are installed by looking at
the number of “active DSLCs” in menu 0 on all of the DSLC and
MSLC controls. This number should equal the total number of all
DSLC and MSLC units installed (commissioned and electrically
connected) on the network and powered up.
To further verify the properties of the replacement device, refer to the
723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway Network Device Properties section. The device
should show the commission status is current and the state is configured and
online. To change the state, refer to the 723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway
Network Management section.
Refer to LonMaker for Windows User’s Guide for more in depth descriptions.
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723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC Gateway Network Management
Network Management is used to Test devices, place devices Online, take
devices Off line, etc. To open the following “Manage” screen for a particular
device, right click on the device and click “Manage” from the pop-up menu.
The “Results Log” on the above screen displays the results of clicking the “Test”
button. The Test feature provides considerable information about the selected
device.
To place the selected device online, click the “Online” button. To take the
selected device offline, click the “Offline” button.
Clicking the “Reset” button causes the device to temporarily stop, reset all values
to their initial settings and restart the application. This also places an Offline
device Online.
The Enable and Disable functions are not applicable to 723PLUS/DSLC/MSLC
Gateway devices.
Refer to LonMaker for Windows User’s Guide for more in depth descriptions.
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Quick Reference Guide
Initial Installation:

Copy drawing/database from 8928-225 CD-ROM Kit to create site
directories.

Attach to the network, start LINKManager, and make the local SLTA-10
“Link” connection.

Execute LonMaker for Windows from your site directory.

Open the “LON Network Devices” drawing.

Right-click the device and select “Commission” from the pop-up menu.
a. Choose “Online” and “Current values in database.”
b. DO NOT choose “Load application image.”
c. Choose “Service pin.”

Toggle the service pin for the correct device.

Repeat installation for all Mstr723, DSLC and MSLC controls on the
network.

Cycle power to all DSLC and MSLC controls.

Verify the number of active DSLC controls in Menu 0 on all DSLC and
MSLC controls is correct after all devices are installed. This number should
equal the total number of all DSLC and MSLC controls installed and
powered.
Replacing:

Attach to the network, start LINKManager and make the local SLTA-10
“Link” connection.

Execute LonMaker for Windows from your site directories. If you don’t have
the site directories, follow the initial installation steps.

Open the “LON Network Devices” drawing.

Right-click the device and select “Replace” from the pop-up menu.
a. Choose “Existing template.”
b. DO NOT choose “Load application image.”
c. Choose “Online” and “Old device values.”
d. Choose “Service pin.”

Toggle the service pin for the correct device.

Repeat “Replace” process for all devices being replaced.

Cycle power to all replaced DSLC and MSLC controls.

Verify the number of active DSLC controls in Menu 0 on all DSLC and
MSLC controls is correct after all devices are installed. This number should
equal the total number of all DSLC and MSLC controls installed and
powered.
The network commissioning or replacement can be done on a bench
before the physical installation of the device. The device can be
commissioned or replaced without being connected to the other
devices in the network. Be sure to properly identify which device is
being commissioned or replaced so that the correct device is
physically placed or replaced on the network. Once the device is
installed and electrically connected to the other installed devices,
they will start communicating.
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Wiring and Proper Cable
All DSLC and MSLC controls communicate with each other and the 723PLUS
through shielded twisted-pair wiring. The specifications for the DSLC/MSLC
system require that listed level V type cable be used. The Echelon® network is
wired with all DSLC and MSLC controls connected to the network via stubs as in
Figure B-2. There is no polarity associated with the network wiring. For optimum
EMC performance, the network cable shield should be continuous throughout the
entire network and the exposed wire length limited to 25 mm (1 inch) or less. At
the 723PLUS, the outer insulation should be stripped and the bare shield landed
to the chassis grounding stud.
Correct cable is available from Woodward, Belden, or other suppliers providing
an equivalent cable.
Woodward part number 2008-349
Belden
PO Box 1980
Richmond IN 47375
Telephone (317) 983-5200
Belden Part
Number
Description
9207
89207
YR28867
YQ28863
PVC 20 AWG shielded. NEC Type CL2, CSA Cert. PCC FT 1.
Teflon 20 AWG shielded, Plenum version. NEC Type CMP, CSA Cert. FT 4.
PVC 22 AWG shielded.
Plenum 22 AWG shielded.
Network Cable Length—500 m maximum (–20 to +85 °C) typical.
Network Stub Length—600 mm (0 to 70 °C).
Figure B-2. Echelon Network Wired via Stubs
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Appendix C.
Servlink/Watch Window Information
Watch Window Generic PC Interface
Watch Window was developed by Woodward to be a Servlink client software
product that provides a generic PC interface to any 723PLUS control. It is a very
powerful setup, testing, and troubleshooting tool. Watch Window provides a
means of loading the application software into the 723PLUS control, shutting
down and placing the control in the configuration mode, saving values in the
control EEPROM, and resetting the control. Application tunable values can be
uploaded, downloaded, and saved to a file. This software is available for ordering
as a disk assembly. If you already have the software disk assembly, you will not
need to order another disk.
An “inspector” provides a window for real-time monitoring and editing of all
control Configuration and Service Menu parameters and values. Custom
“inspectors” can easily be created and saved. Each window can display up to 28
lines of monitoring and tuning parameters without scrolling. The number with
scrolling is unlimited. Two windows can be open simultaneously to display up to
56 parameters without scrolling. Tunable values can be adjusted at the inspector
window.
Watch Window communicates with the control through RS-232/RS-422 cable
connection to port J1 which is configured as a point-to-point only Servlink Server.
A jumper between terminals 9 and 10 sets port J1 as a Servlink interface port.
Removing this jumper sets port J1 as a Hand Held Programmer interface port.
Read “View, Control, Properties” to display the part number and revision level of
the software in the control. Refer to this number and revision level in any
correspondence with Woodward (write this information in the programming
checklist in Appendix E). Read “Getting Started” notepad included with the Watch
Window install software.
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Appendix D.
Modbus Slave Address Information
Part Numbers 8280-416/-417
This appendix contains the Modbus slave address information for the 723PLUS
DSLC/MSLC Gateway.
NOTE:
This listing is for Modbus port J2 except as noted and Modbus port J3.
723 PLUS STANDARD POWERGEN
DSLC/MSLC LON TO MODBUS GATEWAY
UP TO 14 DSLC AND 1 MSLC
MONITORING AND CONTROL
Boolean Writes
Addr
0:0001
0:0002
0:0003
0:0004
0:0005
0:0006
0:0007
0:0008
0:0009
0:0010
0:0011
0:0012
0:0013
0:0014
0:0015
0:0016
0:0017
0:0018
0:0019
0:0020
0:0021
0:0022
0:0023
0:0024
0:0025
0:0026
0:0027
0:0028
0:0029
0:0030
0:0031
0:0032
0:0033
0:0034
0:0035
0:0036
0:0037
0:0038
0:0039
0:0040
0:0041
0:0042
0:0043
0:0044
0:0045
0:0046
0:0047
0:0048
0:0049
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PORT 3 ONLY (Port 2 has BW 0:0001 ONLY)
Description
ALARM RESET
MSLC COMMAND USE REMOTE REFERENCE
MSLC COMMAND USE PROCESS SIGNAL
MSLC COMMAND CIRCUIT BKR AUX INPUT
MSLC COMMAND USE NETWORK DISCRETE IN
MSLC COMMAND CHECK INPUT
MSLC COMMAND PERMISSIVE INPUT
MSLC COMMAND RUN INPUT
MSLC COMMAND UTILITY UNLOAD INPUT
MSLC COMMAND IMP/EXP CONTROL INPUT
MSLC COMMAND PROCESS INPUT
MSLC COMMAND PAUSE INPUT
MSLC COMMAND SETPOINT RAISE INPUT
MSLC COMMAND SETPOINT LOWER INPUT
MSLC COMMAND VOLTAGE RAISE INPUT
MSLC COMMAND VOLTAGE LOWER INPUT
MSLC BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 17
MSLC BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 18
MSLC BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 19
MSLC BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 20
DSLC01 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 01
DSLC01 COMMAND USE REMOTE REFERENCE
DSLC01 COMMAND USE PROCESS SIGNAL
DSLC01 COMMAND CIRCUIT BKR AUX INPUT
DSLC01 COMMAND USE NETWORK DISCRETE IN
DSLC01 COMMAND CHECK INPUT
DSLC01 COMMAND PERMISSIVE INPUT
DSLC01 COMMAND RUN INPUT
DSLC01 COMMAND RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC01 COMMAND LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC01 COMMAND BASELOAD INPUT
DSLC01 COMMAND LOAD INPUT
DSLC01 COMMAND PAUSE INPUT
DSLC01 COMMAND RAISE LOAD INPUT
DSLC01 COMMAND LOWER LOAD INPUT
DSLC01 COMMAND PROCESS ENABLE INPUT
DSLC01 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 17
DSLC01 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 18
DSLC01 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 19
DSLC01 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 20
DSLC02 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 01
DSLC02 COMMAND USE REMOTE REFERENCE
DSLC02 COMMAND USE PROCESS SIGNAL
DSLC02 COMMAND CIRCUIT BKR AUX INPUT
DSLC02 COMMAND USE NETWORK DISCRETE IN
DSLC02 COMMAND CHECK INPUT
DSLC02 COMMAND PERMISSIVE INPUT
DSLC02 COMMAND RUN INPUT
DSLC02 COMMAND RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
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0:0050
0:0051
0:0052
0:0053
0:0054
0:0055
0:0056
0:0057
0:0058
0:0059
0:0060
0:0061
0:0062
0:0063
0:0064
0:0065
0:0066
0:0067
0:0068
0:0069
0:0070
0:0071
0:0072
0:0073
0:0074
0:0075
0:0076
0:0077
0:0078
0:0079
0:0080
0:0081
0:0082
0:0083
0:0084
0:0085
0:0086
0:0087
0:0088
0:0089
0:0090
0:0091
0:0092
0:0093
0:0094
0:0095
0:0096
0:0097
0:0098
0:0099
0:0100
0:0101
0:0102
0:0103
0:0104
0:0105
0:0106
0:0107
0:0108
0:0109
0:0110
0:0111
0:0112
0:0113
0:0114
0:0115
0:0116
0:0117
0:0118
0:0119
0:0120
0:0121
0:0122
0:0123
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DSLC02 COMMAND LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC02 COMMAND BASELOAD INPUT
DSLC02 COMMAND LOAD INPUT
DSLC02 COMMAND PAUSE INPUT
DSLC02 COMMAND RAISE LOAD INPUT
DSLC02 COMMAND LOWER LOAD INPUT
DSLC02 COMMAND PROCESS ENABLE INPUT
DSLC02 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 17
DSLC02 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 18
DSLC02 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 19
DSLC02 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 20
DSLC03 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 01
DSLC03 COMMAND USE REMOTE REFERENCE
DSLC03 COMMAND USE PROCESS SIGNAL
DSLC03 COMMAND CIRCUIT BKR AUX INPUT
DSLC03 COMMAND USE NETWORK DISCRETE IN
DSLC03 COMMAND CHECK INPUT
DSLC03 COMMAND PERMISSIVE INPUT
DSLC03 COMMAND RUN INPUT
DSLC03 COMMAND RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC03 COMMAND LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC03 COMMAND BASELOAD INPUT
DSLC03 COMMAND LOAD INPUT
DSLC03 COMMAND PAUSE INPUT
DSLC03 COMMAND RAISE LOAD INPUT
DSLC03 COMMAND LOWER LOAD INPUT
DSLC03 COMMAND PROCESS ENABLE INPUT
DSLC03 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 17
DSLC03 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 18
DSLC03 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 19
DSLC03 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 20
DSLC04 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 01
DSLC04 COMMAND USE REMOTE REFERENCE
DSLC04 COMMAND USE PROCESS SIGNAL
DSLC04 COMMAND CIRCUIT BKR AUX INPUT
DSLC04 COMMAND USE NETWORK DISCRETE IN
DSLC04 COMMAND CHECK INPUT
DSLC04 COMMAND PERMISSIVE INPUT
DSLC04 COMMAND RUN INPUT
DSLC04 COMMAND RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC04 COMMAND LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC04 COMMAND BASELOAD INPUT
DSLC04 COMMAND LOAD INPUT
DSLC04 COMMAND PAUSE INPUT
DSLC04 COMMAND RAISE LOAD INPUT
DSLC04 COMMAND LOWER LOAD INPUT
DSLC04 COMMAND PROCESS ENABLE INPUT
DSLC04 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 17
DSLC04 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 18
DSLC04 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 19
DSLC04 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 20
DSLC05 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 01
DSLC05 COMMAND USE REMOTE REFERENCE
DSLC05 COMMAND USE PROCESS SIGNAL
DSLC05 COMMAND CIRCUIT BKR AUX INPUT
DSLC05 COMMAND USE NETWORK DISCRETE IN
DSLC05 COMMAND CHECK INPUT
DSLC05 COMMAND PERMISSIVE INPUT
DSLC05 COMMAND RUN INPUT
DSLC05 COMMAND RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC05 COMMAND LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC05 COMMAND BASELOAD INPUT
DSLC05 COMMAND LOAD INPUT
DSLC05 COMMAND PAUSE INPUT
DSLC05 COMMAND RAISE LOAD INPUT
DSLC05 COMMAND LOWER LOAD INPUT
DSLC05 COMMAND PROCESS ENABLE INPUT
DSLC05 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 17
DSLC05 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 18
DSLC05 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 19
DSLC05 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 20
DSLC06 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 01
DSLC06 COMMAND USE REMOTE REFERENCE
DSLC06 COMMAND USE PROCESS SIGNAL
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0:0124
0:0125
0:0126
0:0127
0:0128
0:0129
0:0130
0:0131
0:0132
0:0133
0:0134
0:0135
0:0136
0:0137
0:0138
0:0139
0:0140
0:0141
0:0142
0:0143
0:0144
0:0145
0:0146
0:0147
0:0148
0:0149
0:0150
0:0151
0:0152
0:0153
0:0154
0:0155
0:0156
0:0157
0:0158
0:0159
0:0160
0:0161
0:0162
0:0163
0:0164
0:0165
0:0166
0:0167
0:0168
0:0169
0:0170
0:0171
0:0172
0:0173
0:0174
0:0175
0:0176
0:0177
0:0178
0:0179
0:0180
0:0181
0:0182
0:0183
0:0184
0:0185
0:0186
0:0187
0:0188
0:0189
0:0190
0:0191
0:0192
0:0193
0:0194
0:0195
0:0196
0:0197
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DSLC06 COMMAND CIRCUIT BKR AUX INPUT
DSLC06 COMMAND USE NETWORK DISCRETE IN
DSLC06 COMMAND CHECK INPUT
DSLC06 COMMAND PERMISSIVE INPUT
DSLC06 COMMAND RUN INPUT
DSLC06 COMMAND RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC06 COMMAND LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC06 COMMAND BASELOAD INPUT
DSLC06 COMMAND LOAD INPUT
DSLC06 COMMAND PAUSE INPUT
DSLC06 COMMAND RAISE LOAD INPUT
DSLC06 COMMAND LOWER LOAD INPUT
DSLC06 COMMAND PROCESS ENABLE INPUT
DSLC06 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 17
DSLC06 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 18
DSLC06 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 19
DSLC06 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 20
DSLC07 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 01
DSLC07 COMMAND USE REMOTE REFERENCE
DSLC07 COMMAND USE PROCESS SIGNAL
DSLC07 COMMAND CIRCUIT BKR AUX INPUT
DSLC07 COMMAND USE NETWORK DISCRETE IN
DSLC07 COMMAND CHECK INPUT
DSLC07 COMMAND PERMISSIVE INPUT
DSLC07 COMMAND RUN INPUT
DSLC07 COMMAND RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC07 COMMAND LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC07 COMMAND BASELOAD INPUT
DSLC07 COMMAND LOAD INPUT
DSLC07 COMMAND PAUSE INPUT
DSLC07 COMMAND RAISE LOAD INPUT
DSLC07 COMMAND LOWER LOAD INPUT
DSLC07 COMMAND PROCESS ENABLE INPUT
DSLC07 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 17
DSLC07 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 18
DSLC07 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 19
DSLC07 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 20
DSLC08 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 01
DSLC08 COMMAND USE REMOTE REFERENCE
DSLC08 COMMAND USE PROCESS SIGNAL
DSLC08 COMMAND CIRCUIT BKR AUX INPUT
DSLC08 COMMAND USE NETWORK DISCRETE IN
DSLC08 COMMAND CHECK INPUT
DSLC08 COMMAND PERMISSIVE INPUT
DSLC08 COMMAND RUN INPUT
DSLC08 COMMAND RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC08 COMMAND LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC08 COMMAND BASELOAD INPUT
DSLC08 COMMAND LOAD INPUT
DSLC08 COMMAND PAUSE INPUT
DSLC08 COMMAND RAISE LOAD INPUT
DSLC08 COMMAND LOWER LOAD INPUT
DSLC08 COMMAND PROCESS ENABLE INPUT
DSLC08 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 17
DSLC08 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 18
DSLC08 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 19
DSLC08 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 20
DSLC09 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 01
DSLC09 COMMAND USE REMOTE REFERENCE
DSLC09 COMMAND USE PROCESS SIGNAL
DSLC09 COMMAND CIRCUIT BKR AUX INPUT
DSLC09 COMMAND USE NETWORK DISCRETE IN
DSLC09 COMMAND CHECK INPUT
DSLC09 COMMAND PERMISSIVE INPUT
DSLC09 COMMAND RUN INPUT
DSLC09 COMMAND RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC09 COMMAND LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC09 COMMAND BASELOAD INPUT
DSLC09 COMMAND LOAD INPUT
DSLC09 COMMAND PAUSE INPUT
DSLC09 COMMAND RAISE LOAD INPUT
DSLC09 COMMAND LOWER LOAD INPUT
DSLC09 COMMAND PROCESS ENABLE INPUT
DSLC09 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 17
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0:0198
0:0199
0:0200
0:0201
0:0202
0:0203
0:0204
0:0205
0:0206
0:0207
0:0208
0:0209
0:0210
0:0211
0:0212
0:0213
0:0214
0:0215
0:0216
0:0217
0:0218
0:0219
0:0220
0:0221
0:0222
0:0223
0:0224
0:0225
0:0226
0:0227
0:0228
0:0229
0:0230
0:0231
0:0232
0:0233
0:0234
0:0235
0:0236
0:0237
0:0238
0:0239
0:0240
0:0241
0:0242
0:0243
0:0244
0:0245
0:0246
0:0247
0:0248
0:0249
0:0250
0:0251
0:0252
0:0253
0:0254
0:0255
0:0256
0:0257
0:0258
0:0259
0:0260
0:0261
0:0262
0:0263
0:0264
0:0265
0:0266
0:0267
0:0268
0:0269
0:0270
0:0271
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DSLC09 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 18
DSLC09 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 19
DSLC09 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 20
DSLC10 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 01
DSLC10 COMMAND USE REMOTE REFERENCE
DSLC10 COMMAND USE PROCESS SIGNAL
DSLC10 COMMAND CIRCUIT BKR AUX INPUT
DSLC10 COMMAND USE NETWORK DISCRETE IN
DSLC10 COMMAND CHECK INPUT
DSLC10 COMMAND PERMISSIVE INPUT
DSLC10 COMMAND RUN INPUT
DSLC10 COMMAND RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC10 COMMAND LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC10 COMMAND BASELOAD INPUT
DSLC10 COMMAND LOAD INPUT
DSLC10 COMMAND PAUSE INPUT
DSLC10 COMMAND RAISE LOAD INPUT
DSLC10 COMMAND LOWER LOAD INPUT
DSLC10 COMMAND PROCESS ENABLE INPUT
DSLC10 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 17
DSLC10 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 18
DSLC10 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 19
DSLC10 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 20
DSLC11 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 01
DSLC11 COMMAND USE REMOTE REFERENCE
DSLC11 COMMAND USE PROCESS SIGNAL
DSLC11 COMMAND CIRCUIT BKR AUX INPUT
DSLC11 COMMAND USE NETWORK DISCRETE IN
DSLC11 COMMAND CHECK INPUT
DSLC11 COMMAND PERMISSIVE INPUT
DSLC11 COMMAND RUN INPUT
DSLC11 COMMAND RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC11 COMMAND LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC11 COMMAND BASELOAD INPUT
DSLC11 COMMAND LOAD INPUT
DSLC11 COMMAND PAUSE INPUT
DSLC11 COMMAND RAISE LOAD INPUT
DSLC11 COMMAND LOWER LOAD INPUT
DSLC11 COMMAND PROCESS ENABLE INPUT
DSLC11 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 17
DSLC11 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 18
DSLC11 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 19
DSLC11 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 20
DSLC12 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 01
DSLC12 COMMAND USE REMOTE REFERENCE
DSLC12 COMMAND USE PROCESS SIGNAL
DSLC12 COMMAND CIRCUIT BKR AUX INPUT
DSLC12 COMMAND USE NETWORK DISCRETE IN
DSLC12 COMMAND CHECK INPUT
DSLC12 COMMAND PERMISSIVE INPUT
DSLC12 COMMAND RUN INPUT
DSLC12 COMMAND RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC12 COMMAND LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC12 COMMAND BASELOAD INPUT
DSLC12 COMMAND LOAD INPUT
DSLC12 COMMAND PAUSE INPUT
DSLC12 COMMAND RAISE LOAD INPUT
DSLC12 COMMAND LOWER LOAD INPUT
DSLC12 COMMAND PROCESS ENABLE INPUT
DSLC12 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 17
DSLC12 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 18
DSLC12 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 19
DSLC12 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 20
DSLC13 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 01
DSLC13 COMMAND USE REMOTE REFERENCE
DSLC13 COMMAND USE PROCESS SIGNAL
DSLC13 COMMAND CIRCUIT BKR AUX INPUT
DSLC13 COMMAND USE NETWORK DISCRETE IN
DSLC13 COMMAND CHECK INPUT
DSLC13 COMMAND PERMISSIVE INPUT
DSLC13 COMMAND RUN INPUT
DSLC13 COMMAND RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC13 COMMAND LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC13 COMMAND BASELOAD INPUT
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0:0272
0:0273
0:0274
0:0275
0:0276
0:0277
0:0278
0:0279
0:0280
0:0281
0:0282
0:0283
0:0284
0:0285
0:0286
0:0287
0:0288
0:0289
0:0290
0:0291
0:0292
0:0293
0:0294
0:0295
0:0296
0:0297
0:0298
0:0299
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DSLC13 COMMAND LOAD INPUT
DSLC13 COMMAND PAUSE INPUT
DSLC13 COMMAND RAISE LOAD INPUT
DSLC13 COMMAND LOWER LOAD INPUT
DSLC13 COMMAND PROCESS ENABLE INPUT
DSLC13 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 17
DSLC13 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 18
DSLC13 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 19
DSLC13 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 20
DSLC14 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 01
DSLC14 COMMAND USE REMOTE REFERENCE
DSLC14 COMMAND USE PROCESS SIGNAL
DSLC14 COMMAND CIRCUIT BKR AUX INPUT
DSLC14 COMMAND USE NETWORK DISCRETE IN
DSLC14 COMMAND CHECK INPUT
DSLC14 COMMAND PERMISSIVE INPUT
DSLC14 COMMAND RUN INPUT
DSLC14 COMMAND RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC14 COMMAND LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
DSLC14 COMMAND BASELOAD INPUT
DSLC14 COMMAND LOAD INPUT
DSLC14 COMMAND PAUSE INPUT
DSLC14 COMMAND RAISE LOAD INPUT
DSLC14 COMMAND LOWER LOAD INPUT
DSLC14 COMMAND PROCESS ENABLE INPUT
DSLC14 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 17
DSLC14 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 18
DSLC14 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 19
DSLC14 BOOLEAN WRITE SPARE 20
Boolean Reads
Addr
1:0001
1:0002
1:0003
1:0004
1:0005
1:0006
1:0007
1:0008
1:0009
1:0010
1:0011
1:0012
1:0013
1:0014
1:0015
1:0016
1:0017
1:0018
1:0019
1:0020
1:0021
1:0022
1:0023
1:0024
1:0025
1:0026
1:0027
1:0028
1:0029
1:0030
1:0031
1:0032
1:0033
1:0034
1:0035
1:0036
1:0037
1:0038
1:0039
1:0040
1:0041
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Description
MSLC ALARM RELAY
MSLC LOW LIMIT ALARM RELAY
MSLC HIGH LIMIT ALARM RELAY
MSLC LOAD SWITCH #1 RELAY
MSLC LOAD SWITCH #2 RELAY
MSLC GENERATOR OPEN RELAY
MSLC UTILITY BREAKER OPEN RELAY
MSLC UTILITY BREAKER CLOSED RELAY
MSLC SYNCH TIMEOUT ALARM
MSLC SYNCH RECLOSE ALARM
MSLC UTILITY HIGH LIMIT ALARM
MSLC UTILITY LOW LIMIT ALARM
MSLC PROCESS HIGH LIMIT ALARM
MSLC PROCESS LOW LIMIT ALARM
MSLC VOLTAGE AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
MSLC VOLTAGE AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
MSLC GENERATOR BUS AT HIGH LIMIT
MSLC GENERATOR BUS AT LOW LIMIT
MSLC SYNCH IN OFF MODE
MSLC SYNCH IN CHECK MODE
MSLC SYNCH IN PERMISSIVE MODE
MSLC SYNCH IN RUN MODE
MSLC SYNCH IN CLOSE TIMER MODE
MSLC SYNCH IN SYNC TIMER MODE
MSLC SYNCH IN SYNC MODE
MSLC SYNCH IN AUTO OFF MODE
MSLC LD CTRL IN OFFLINE MODE
MSLC LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD MODE
MSLC LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD LOWER MODE
MSLC LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAISE MODE
MSLC LD CTRL IN REMOTE BASE LOAD MODE
MSLC LD CTRL IN UTILITY UNLOAD MODE
MSLC LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAMP MODE
MSLC LD CTRL IN PROCESS CONTROL MODE
MSLC LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOWER MODE
MSLC LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAISE MODE
MSLC LD CTRL IN PROCESS REMOTE MODE
MSLC LD CTRL IN IMP/EXP RAMP MODE
MSLC LD CTRL IN IMP/EXP CONTROL MODE
MSLC LD CTRL IN IMP/EXP LOWER MODE
MSLC LD CTRL IN IMP/EXP RAISE MODE
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1:0042
1:0043
1:0044
1:0045
1:0046
1:0047
1:0048
1:0049
1:0050
1:0051
1:0052
1:0053
1:0054
1:0055
1:0056
1:0057
1:0058
1:0059
1:0060
1:0061
1:0062
1:0063
1:0064
1:0065
1:0066
1:0067
1:0068
1:0069
1:0070
1:0071
1:0072
1:0073
1:0074
1:0075
1:0076
1:0077
1:0078
1:0079
1:0080
1:0081
1:0082
1:0083
1:0084
1:0085
1:0086
1:0087
1:0088
1:0089
1:0090
1:0091
1:0092
1:0093
1:0094
1:0095
1:0096
1:0097
1:0098
1:0099
1:0100
1:0101
1:0102
1:0103
1:0104
1:0105
1:0106
1:0107
1:0108
1:0109
1:0110
1:0111
1:0112
1:0113
1:0114
1:0115
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MSLC LD CTRL IN IMP/EXP REMOTE MODE
MSLC CHECK INPUT CLOSED
MSLC PERMISSIVE INPUT CLOSED
MSLC RUN INPUT CLOSED
MSLC CB AUX INPUT CLOSED
MSLC UTILITY UNLOAD INPUT CLOSED
MSLC IMPORT/EXPORT INPUT CLOSED
MSLC PROCESS ENABLE INPUT CLOSED
MSLC RAMP PAUSE INPUT CLOSED
MSLC I/E SETPOINT RAISE INPUT CLOSED
MSLC I/E SETPOINT LOWER INPUT CLOSED
MSLC VOLTAGE RAISE INPUT CLOSED
MSLC VOLTAGE LOWER INPUT CLOSED
MSLC VOLT REG OUTPUT DRIVER SHUTDOWN
MSLC WATCHDOG TIMER
MSLC LON FAIL TO TRANSMIT
MSLC SPARE BOOLEAN READ 58
MSLC SPARE BOOLEAN READ 59
MSLC SPARE BOOLEAN READ 60
DSLC01 ALARM RELAY
DSLC01 LOW LIMIT RELAY
DSLC01 HIGH LIMIT RELAY
DSLC01 LOAD SWITCH RELAY
DSLC01 VOLTAGE LOWER RELAY
DSLC01 VOLTAGE RAISE RELAY
DSLC01 BREAKER OPEN RELAY
DSLC01 BREAKER CLOSE RELAY
DSLC01 SYNCH TIMEOUT ALARM
DSLC01 SYNCH RECLOSE ALARM
DSLC01 LOAD AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC01 LOAD AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC01 PROCESS AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC01 PROCESS AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC01 VOLTAGE RANGE ALARM
DSLC01 VOLTAGE AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC01 VOLTAGE AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC01 SYNCH IN OFF MODE
DSLC01 SYNCH IN CHECK MODE
DSLC01 SYNCH IN PERMISSIVE MODE
DSLC01 SYNCH IN RUN MODE
DSLC01 SYNCH IN CLOSE TIMER MODE
DSLC01 SYNCH IN SYNC TIMER MODE
DSLC01 SYNCH IN SYNC MODE
DSLC01 SYNCH IN AUTO OFF MODE
DSLC01 LD CTRL IN DROOP MODE
DSLC01 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD BASELOAD MODE
DSLC01 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC01 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD MODE
DSLC01 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD LOWER MODE
DSLC01 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAISE MODE
DSLC01 LD CTRL IN REMOTE RAMP MODE
DSLC01 LD CTRL IN BASELOAD REMOTE MODE
DSLC01 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD PARALLEL MODE
DSLC01 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL RAMP MODE
DSLC01 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL MODE
DSLC01 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC01 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAMP MODE
DSLC01 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOCAL MODE
DSLC01 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOWER MODE
DSLC01 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAISE MODE
DSLC01 LD CTRL IN PROCESS REMOTE MODE
DSLC01 CHECK INPUT CLOSED
DSLC01 PERMISSIVE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC01 RUN INPUT CLOSED
DSLC01 CB AUX INPUT CLOSED
DSLC01 VOLTAGE RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC01 VOLTAGE LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC01 BASE LOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC01 LOAD/UNLOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC01 RAMP PAUSE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC01 LOAD RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC01 LOAD LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC01 PROCESS ENABLE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC01 VOLT REG OUTPUT DRIVER SHUTDOWN
79
723PLUS DSLC/MSLC Gateway
1:0116
1:0117
1:0118
1:0119
1:0120
1:0121
1:0122
1:0123
1:0124
1:0125
1:0126
1:0127
1:0128
1:0129
1:0130
1:0131
1:0132
1:0133
1:0134
1:0135
1:0136
1:0137
1:0138
1:0139
1:0140
1:0141
1:0142
1:0143
1:0144
1:0145
1:0146
1:0147
1:0148
1:0149
1:0150
1:0151
1:0152
1:0153
1:0154
1:0155
1:0156
1:0157
1:0158
1:0159
1:0160
1:0161
1:0162
1:0163
1:0164
1:0165
1:0166
1:0167
1:0168
1:0169
1:0170
1:0171
1:0172
1:0173
1:0174
1:0175
1:0176
1:0177
1:0178
1:0179
1:0180
1:0181
1:0182
1:0183
1:0184
1:0185
1:0186
1:0187
1:0188
1:0189
80
Manual 02831
DSLC01 WATCHDOG TIMER
DSLC01 LON FAIL TO TRANSMIT
DSLC01 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 58
DSLC01 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 59
DSLC01 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 60
DSLC02 ALARM RELAY
DSLC02 LOW LIMIT RELAY
DSLC02 HIGH LIMIT RELAY
DSLC02 LOAD SWITCH RELAY
DSLC02 VOLTAGE LOWER RELAY
DSLC02 VOLTAGE RAISE RELAY
DSLC02 BREAKER OPEN RELAY
DSLC02 BREAKER CLOSE RELAY
DSLC02 SYNCH TIMEOUT ALARM
DSLC02 SYNCH RECLOSE ALARM
DSLC02 LOAD AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC02 LOAD AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC02 PROCESS AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC02 PROCESS AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC02 VOLTAGE RANGE ALARM
DSLC02 VOLTAGE AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC02 VOLTAGE AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC02 SYNCH IN OFF MODE
DSLC02 SYNCH IN CHECK MODE
DSLC02 SYNCH IN PERMISSIVE MODE
DSLC02 SYNCH IN RUN MODE
DSLC02 SYNCH IN CLOSE TIMER MODE
DSLC02 SYNCH IN SYNC TIMER MODE
DSLC02 SYNCH IN SYNC MODE
DSLC02 SYNCH IN AUTO OFF MODE
DSLC02 LD CTRL IN DROOP MODE
DSLC02 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD BASELOAD MODE
DSLC02 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC02 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD MODE
DSLC02 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD LOWER MODE
DSLC02 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAISE MODE
DSLC02 LD CTRL IN REMOTE RAMP MODE
DSLC02 LD CTRL IN BASELOAD REMOTE MODE
DSLC02 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD PARALLEL MODE
DSLC02 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL RAMP MODE
DSLC02 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL MODE
DSLC02 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC02 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAMP MODE
DSLC02 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOCAL MODE
DSLC02 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOWER MODE
DSLC02 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAISE MODE
DSLC02 LD CTRL IN PROCESS REMOTE MODE
DSLC02 CHECK INPUT CLOSED
DSLC02 PERMISSIVE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC02 RUN INPUT CLOSED
DSLC02 CB AUX INPUT CLOSED
DSLC02 VOLTAGE RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC02 VOLTAGE LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC02 BASE LOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC02 LOAD/UNLOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC02 RAMP PAUSE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC02 LOAD RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC02 LOAD LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC02 PROCESS ENABLE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC02 VOLT REG OUTPUT DRIVER SHUTDOWN
DSLC02 WATCHDOG TIMER
DSLC02 LON FAIL TO TRANSMIT
DSLC02 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 58
DSLC02 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 59
DSLC02 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 60
DSLC03 ALARM RELAY
DSLC03 LOW LIMIT RELAY
DSLC03 HIGH LIMIT RELAY
DSLC03 LOAD SWITCH RELAY
DSLC03 VOLTAGE LOWER RELAY
DSLC03 VOLTAGE RAISE RELAY
DSLC03 BREAKER OPEN RELAY
DSLC03 BREAKER CLOSE RELAY
DSLC03 SYNCH TIMEOUT ALARM
Woodward
Manual 02831
1:0190
1:0191
1:0192
1:0193
1:0194
1:0195
1:0196
1:0197
1:0198
1:0199
1:0200
1:0201
1:0202
1:0203
1:0204
1:0205
1:0206
1:0207
1:0208
1:0209
1:0210
1:0211
1:0212
1:0213
1:0214
1:0215
1:0216
1:0217
1:0218
1:0219
1:0220
1:0221
1:0222
1:0223
1:0224
1:0225
1:0226
1:0227
1:0228
1:0229
1:0230
1:0231
1:0232
1:0233
1:0234
1:0235
1:0236
1:0237
1:0238
1:0239
1:0240
1:0241
1:0242
1:0243
1:0244
1:0245
1:0246
1:0247
1:0248
1:0249
1:0250
1:0251
1:0252
1:0253
1:0254
1:0255
1:0256
1:0257
1:0258
1:0259
1:0260
1:0261
1:0262
1:0263
Woodward
723PLUS DSLC/MSLC Gateway
DSLC03 SYNCH RECLOSE ALARM
DSLC03 LOAD AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC03 LOAD AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC03 PROCESS AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC03 PROCESS AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC03 VOLTAGE RANGE ALARM
DSLC03 VOLTAGE AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC03 VOLTAGE AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC03 SYNCH IN OFF MODE
DSLC03 SYNCH IN CHECK MODE
DSLC03 SYNCH IN PERMISSIVE MODE
DSLC03 SYNCH IN RUN MODE
DSLC03 SYNCH IN CLOSE TIMER MODE
DSLC03 SYNCH IN SYNC TIMER MODE
DSLC03 SYNCH IN SYNC MODE
DSLC03 SYNCH IN AUTO OFF MODE
DSLC03 LD CTRL IN DROOP MODE
DSLC03 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD BASELOAD MODE
DSLC03 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC03 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD MODE
DSLC03 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD LOWER MODE
DSLC03 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAISE MODE
DSLC03 LD CTRL IN REMOTE RAMP MODE
DSLC03 LD CTRL IN BASELOAD REMOTE MODE
DSLC03 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD PARALLEL MODE
DSLC03 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL RAMP MODE
DSLC03 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL MODE
DSLC03 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC03 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAMP MODE
DSLC03 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOCAL MODE
DSLC03 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOWER MODE
DSLC03 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAISE MODE
DSLC03 LD CTRL IN PROCESS REMOTE MODE
DSLC03 CHECK INPUT CLOSED
DSLC03 PERMISSIVE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC03 RUN INPUT CLOSED
DSLC03 CB AUX INPUT CLOSED
DSLC03 VOLTAGE RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC03 VOLTAGE LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC03 BASE LOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC03 LOAD/UNLOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC03 RAMP PAUSE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC03 LOAD RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC03 LOAD LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC03 PROCESS ENABLE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC03 VOLT REG OUTPUT DRIVER SHUTDOWN
DSLC03 WATCHDOG TIMER
DSLC03 LON FAIL TO TRANSMIT
DSLC03 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 58
DSLC03 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 59
DSLC03 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 60
DSLC04 ALARM RELAY
DSLC04 LOW LIMIT RELAY
DSLC04 HIGH LIMIT RELAY
DSLC04 LOAD SWITCH RELAY
DSLC04 VOLTAGE LOWER RELAY
DSLC04 VOLTAGE RAISE RELAY
DSLC04 BREAKER OPEN RELAY
DSLC04 BREAKER CLOSE RELAY
DSLC04 SYNCH TIMEOUT ALARM
DSLC04 SYNCH RECLOSE ALARM
DSLC04 LOAD AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC04 LOAD AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC04 PROCESS AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC04 PROCESS AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC04 VOLTAGE RANGE ALARM
DSLC04 VOLTAGE AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC04 VOLTAGE AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC04 SYNCH IN OFF MODE
DSLC04 SYNCH IN CHECK MODE
DSLC04 SYNCH IN PERMISSIVE MODE
DSLC04 SYNCH IN RUN MODE
DSLC04 SYNCH IN CLOSE TIMER MODE
DSLC04 SYNCH IN SYNC TIMER MODE
81
723PLUS DSLC/MSLC Gateway
1:0264
1:0265
1:0266
1:0267
1:0268
1:0269
1:0270
1:0271
1:0272
1:0273
1:0274
1:0275
1:0276
1:0277
1:0278
1:0279
1:0280
1:0281
1:0282
1:0283
1:0284
1:0285
1:0286
1:0287
1:0288
1:0289
1:0290
1:0291
1:0292
1:0293
1:0294
1:0295
1:0296
1:0297
1:0298
1:0299
1:0300
1:0301
1:0302
1:0303
1:0304
1:0305
1:0306
1:0307
1:0308
1:0309
1:0310
1:0311
1:0312
1:0313
1:0314
1:0315
1:0316
1:0317
1:0318
1:0319
1:0320
1:0321
1:0322
1:0323
1:0324
1:0325
1:0326
1:0327
1:0328
1:0329
1:0330
1:0331
1:0332
1:0333
1:0334
1:0335
1:0336
1:0337
82
Manual 02831
DSLC04 SYNCH IN SYNC MODE
DSLC04 SYNCH IN AUTO OFF MODE
DSLC04 LD CTRL IN DROOP MODE
DSLC04 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD BASELOAD MODE
DSLC04 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC04 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD MODE
DSLC04 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD LOWER MODE
DSLC04 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAISE MODE
DSLC04 LD CTRL IN REMOTE RAMP MODE
DSLC04 LD CTRL IN BASELOAD REMOTE MODE
DSLC04 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD PARALLEL MODE
DSLC04 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL RAMP MODE
DSLC04 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL MODE
DSLC04 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC04 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAMP MODE
DSLC04 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOCAL MODE
DSLC04 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOWER MODE
DSLC04 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAISE MODE
DSLC04 LD CTRL IN PROCESS REMOTE MODE
DSLC04 CHECK INPUT CLOSED
DSLC04 PERMISSIVE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC04 RUN INPUT CLOSED
DSLC04 CB AUX INPUT CLOSED
DSLC04 VOLTAGE RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC04 VOLTAGE LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC04 BASE LOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC04 LOAD/UNLOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC04 RAMP PAUSE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC04 LOAD RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC04 LOAD LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC04 PROCESS ENABLE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC04 VOLT REG OUTPUT DRIVER SHUTDOWN
DSLC04 WATCHDOG TIMER
DSLC04 LON FAIL TO TRANSMIT
DSLC04 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 58
DSLC04 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 59
DSLC04 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 60
DSLC05 ALARM RELAY
DSLC05 LOW LIMIT RELAY
DSLC05 HIGH LIMIT RELAY
DSLC05 LOAD SWITCH RELAY
DSLC05 VOLTAGE LOWER RELAY
DSLC05 VOLTAGE RAISE RELAY
DSLC05 BREAKER OPEN RELAY
DSLC05 BREAKER CLOSE RELAY
DSLC05 SYNCH TIMEOUT ALARM
DSLC05 SYNCH RECLOSE ALARM
DSLC05 LOAD AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC05 LOAD AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC05 PROCESS AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC05 PROCESS AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC05 VOLTAGE RANGE ALARM
DSLC05 VOLTAGE AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC05 VOLTAGE AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC05 SYNCH IN OFF MODE
DSLC05 SYNCH IN CHECK MODE
DSLC05 SYNCH IN PERMISSIVE MODE
DSLC05 SYNCH IN RUN MODE
DSLC05 SYNCH IN CLOSE TIMER MODE
DSLC05 SYNCH IN SYNC TIMER MODE
DSLC05 SYNCH IN SYNC MODE
DSLC05 SYNCH IN AUTO OFF MODE
DSLC05 LD CTRL IN DROOP MODE
DSLC05 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD BASELOAD MODE
DSLC05 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC05 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD MODE
DSLC05 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD LOWER MODE
DSLC05 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAISE MODE
DSLC05 LD CTRL IN REMOTE RAMP MODE
DSLC05 LD CTRL IN BASELOAD REMOTE MODE
DSLC05 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD PARALLEL MODE
DSLC05 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL RAMP MODE
DSLC05 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL MODE
DSLC05 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD RAMP MODE
Woodward
Manual 02831
1:0338
1:0339
1:0340
1:0341
1:0342
1:0343
1:0344
1:0345
1:0346
1:0347
1:0348
1:0349
1:0350
1:0351
1:0352
1:0353
1:0354
1:0355
1:0356
1:0357
1:0358
1:0359
1:0360
1:0361
1:0362
1:0363
1:0364
1:0365
1:0366
1:0367
1:0368
1:0369
1:0370
1:0371
1:0372
1:0373
1:0374
1:0375
1:0376
1:0377
1:0378
1:0379
1:0380
1:0381
1:0382
1:0383
1:0384
1:0385
1:0386
1:0387
1:0388
1:0389
1:0390
1:0391
1:0392
1:0393
1:0394
1:0395
1:0396
1:0397
1:0398
1:0399
1:0400
1:0401
1:0402
1:0403
1:0404
1:0405
1:0406
1:0407
1:0408
1:0409
1:0410
1:0411
Woodward
723PLUS DSLC/MSLC Gateway
DSLC05 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAMP MODE
DSLC05 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOCAL MODE
DSLC05 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOWER MODE
DSLC05 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAISE MODE
DSLC05 LD CTRL IN PROCESS REMOTE MODE
DSLC05 CHECK INPUT CLOSED
DSLC05 PERMISSIVE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC05 RUN INPUT CLOSED
DSLC05 CB AUX INPUT CLOSED
DSLC05 VOLTAGE RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC05 VOLTAGE LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC05 BASE LOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC05 LOAD/UNLOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC05 RAMP PAUSE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC05 LOAD RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC05 LOAD LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC05 PROCESS ENABLE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC05 VOLT REG OUTPUT DRIVER SHUTDOWN
DSLC05 WATCHDOG TIMER
DSLC05 LON FAIL TO TRANSMIT
DSLC05 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 58
DSLC05 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 59
DSLC05 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 60
DSLC06 ALARM RELAY
DSLC06 LOW LIMIT RELAY
DSLC06 HIGH LIMIT RELAY
DSLC06 LOAD SWITCH RELAY
DSLC06 VOLTAGE LOWER RELAY
DSLC06 VOLTAGE RAISE RELAY
DSLC06 BREAKER OPEN RELAY
DSLC06 BREAKER CLOSE RELAY
DSLC06 SYNCH TIMEOUT ALARM
DSLC06 SYNCH RECLOSE ALARM
DSLC06 LOAD AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC06 LOAD AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC06 PROCESS AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC06 PROCESS AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC06 VOLTAGE RANGE ALARM
DSLC06 VOLTAGE AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC06 VOLTAGE AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC06 SYNCH IN OFF MODE
DSLC06 SYNCH IN CHECK MODE
DSLC06 SYNCH IN PERMISSIVE MODE
DSLC06 SYNCH IN RUN MODE
DSLC06 SYNCH IN CLOSE TIMER MODE
DSLC06 SYNCH IN SYNC TIMER MODE
DSLC06 SYNCH IN SYNC MODE
DSLC06 SYNCH IN AUTO OFF MODE
DSLC06 LD CTRL IN DROOP MODE
DSLC06 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD BASELOAD MODE
DSLC06 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC06 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD MODE
DSLC06 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD LOWER MODE
DSLC06 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAISE MODE
DSLC06 LD CTRL IN REMOTE RAMP MODE
DSLC06 LD CTRL IN BASELOAD REMOTE MODE
DSLC06 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD PARALLEL MODE
DSLC06 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL RAMP MODE
DSLC06 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL MODE
DSLC06 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC06 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAMP MODE
DSLC06 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOCAL MODE
DSLC06 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOWER MODE
DSLC06 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAISE MODE
DSLC06 LD CTRL IN PROCESS REMOTE MODE
DSLC06 CHECK INPUT CLOSED
DSLC06 PERMISSIVE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC06 RUN INPUT CLOSED
DSLC06 CB AUX INPUT CLOSED
DSLC06 VOLTAGE RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC06 VOLTAGE LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC06 BASE LOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC06 LOAD/UNLOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC06 RAMP PAUSE INPUT CLOSED
83
723PLUS DSLC/MSLC Gateway
1:0412
1:0413
1:0414
1:0415
1:0416
1:0417
1:0418
1:0419
1:0420
1:0421
1:0422
1:0423
1:0424
1:0425
1:0426
1:0427
1:0428
1:0429
1:0430
1:0431
1:0432
1:0433
1:0434
1:0435
1:0436
1:0437
1:0438
1:0439
1:0440
1:0441
1:0442
1:0443
1:0444
1:0445
1:0446
1:0447
1:0448
1:0449
1:0450
1:0451
1:0452
1:0453
1:0454
1:0455
1:0456
1:0457
1:0458
1:0459
1:0460
1:0461
1:0462
1:0463
1:0464
1:0465
1:0466
1:0467
1:0468
1:0469
1:0470
1:0471
1:0472
1:0473
1:0474
1:0475
1:0476
1:0477
1:0478
1:0479
1:0480
1:0481
1:0482
1:0483
1:0484
1:0485
84
Manual 02831
DSLC06 LOAD RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC06 LOAD LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC06 PROCESS ENABLE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC06 VOLT REG OUTPUT DRIVER SHUTDOWN
DSLC06 WATCHDOG TIMER
DSLC06 LON FAIL TO TRANSMIT
DSLC06 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 58
DSLC06 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 59
DSLC06 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 60
DSLC07 ALARM RELAY
DSLC07 LOW LIMIT RELAY
DSLC07 HIGH LIMIT RELAY
DSLC07 LOAD SWITCH RELAY
DSLC07 VOLTAGE LOWER RELAY
DSLC07 VOLTAGE RAISE RELAY
DSLC07 BREAKER OPEN RELAY
DSLC07 BREAKER CLOSE RELAY
DSLC07 SYNCH TIMEOUT ALARM
DSLC07 SYNCH RECLOSE ALARM
DSLC07 LOAD AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC07 LOAD AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC07 PROCESS AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC07 PROCESS AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC07 VOLTAGE RANGE ALARM
DSLC07 VOLTAGE AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC07 VOLTAGE AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC07 SYNCH IN OFF MODE
DSLC07 SYNCH IN CHECK MODE
DSLC07 SYNCH IN PERMISSIVE MODE
DSLC07 SYNCH IN RUN MODE
DSLC07 SYNCH IN CLOSE TIMER MODE
DSLC07 SYNCH IN SYNC TIMER MODE
DSLC07 SYNCH IN SYNC MODE
DSLC07 SYNCH IN AUTO OFF MODE
DSLC07 LD CTRL IN DROOP MODE
DSLC07 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD BASELOAD MODE
DSLC07 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC07 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD MODE
DSLC07 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD LOWER MODE
DSLC07 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAISE MODE
DSLC07 LD CTRL IN REMOTE RAMP MODE
DSLC07 LD CTRL IN BASELOAD REMOTE MODE
DSLC07 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD PARALLEL MODE
DSLC07 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL RAMP MODE
DSLC07 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL MODE
DSLC07 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC07 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAMP MODE
DSLC07 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOCAL MODE
DSLC07 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOWER MODE
DSLC07 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAISE MODE
DSLC07 LD CTRL IN PROCESS REMOTE MODE
DSLC07 CHECK INPUT CLOSED
DSLC07 PERMISSIVE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC07 RUN INPUT CLOSED
DSLC07 CB AUX INPUT CLOSED
DSLC07 VOLTAGE RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC07 VOLTAGE LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC07 BASE LOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC07 LOAD/UNLOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC07 RAMP PAUSE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC07 LOAD RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC07 LOAD LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC07 PROCESS ENABLE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC07 VOLT REG OUTPUT DRIVER SHUTDOWN
DSLC07 WATCHDOG TIMER
DSLC07 LON FAIL TO TRANSMIT
DSLC07 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 58
DSLC07 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 59
DSLC07 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 60
DSLC08 ALARM RELAY
DSLC08 LOW LIMIT RELAY
DSLC08 HIGH LIMIT RELAY
DSLC08 LOAD SWITCH RELAY
DSLC08 VOLTAGE LOWER RELAY
Woodward
Manual 02831
1:0486
1:0487
1:0488
1:0489
1:0490
1:0491
1:0492
1:0493
1:0494
1:0495
1:0496
1:0497
1:0498
1:0499
1:0500
1:0501
1:0502
1:0503
1:0504
1:0505
1:0506
1:0507
1:0508
1:0509
1:0510
1:0511
1:0512
1:0513
1:0514
1:0515
1:0516
1:0517
1:0518
1:0519
1:0520
1:0521
1:0522
1:0523
1:0524
1:0525
1:0526
1:0527
1:0528
1:0529
1:0530
1:0531
1:0532
1:0533
1:0534
1:0535
1:0536
1:0537
1:0538
1:0539
1:0540
1:0541
1:0542
1:0543
1:0544
1:0545
1:0546
1:0547
1:0548
1:0549
1:0550
1:0551
1:0552
1:0553
1:0554
1:0555
1:0556
1:0557
1:0558
1:0559
Woodward
723PLUS DSLC/MSLC Gateway
DSLC08 VOLTAGE RAISE RELAY
DSLC08 BREAKER OPEN RELAY
DSLC08 BREAKER CLOSE RELAY
DSLC08 SYNCH TIMEOUT ALARM
DSLC08 SYNCH RECLOSE ALARM
DSLC08 LOAD AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC08 LOAD AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC08 PROCESS AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC08 PROCESS AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC08 VOLTAGE RANGE ALARM
DSLC08 VOLTAGE AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC08 VOLTAGE AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC08 SYNCH IN OFF MODE
DSLC08 SYNCH IN CHECK MODE
DSLC08 SYNCH IN PERMISSIVE MODE
DSLC08 SYNCH IN RUN MODE
DSLC08 SYNCH IN CLOSE TIMER MODE
DSLC08 SYNCH IN SYNC TIMER MODE
DSLC08 SYNCH IN SYNC MODE
DSLC08 SYNCH IN AUTO OFF MODE
DSLC08 LD CTRL IN DROOP MODE
DSLC08 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD BASELOAD MODE
DSLC08 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC08 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD MODE
DSLC08 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD LOWER MODE
DSLC08 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAISE MODE
DSLC08 LD CTRL IN REMOTE RAMP MODE
DSLC08 LD CTRL IN BASELOAD REMOTE MODE
DSLC08 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD PARALLEL MODE
DSLC08 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL RAMP MODE
DSLC08 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL MODE
DSLC08 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC08 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAMP MODE
DSLC08 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOCAL MODE
DSLC08 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOWER MODE
DSLC08 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAISE MODE
DSLC08 LD CTRL IN PROCESS REMOTE MODE
DSLC08 CHECK INPUT CLOSED
DSLC08 PERMISSIVE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC08 RUN INPUT CLOSED
DSLC08 CB AUX INPUT CLOSED
DSLC08 VOLTAGE RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC08 VOLTAGE LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC08 BASE LOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC08 LOAD/UNLOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC08 RAMP PAUSE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC08 LOAD RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC08 LOAD LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC08 PROCESS ENABLE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC08 VOLT REG OUTPUT DRIVER SHUTDOWN
DSLC08 WATCHDOG TIMER
DSLC08 LON FAIL TO TRANSMIT
DSLC08 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 58
DSLC08 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 59
DSLC08 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 60
DSLC09 ALARM RELAY
DSLC09 LOW LIMIT RELAY
DSLC09 HIGH LIMIT RELAY
DSLC09 LOAD SWITCH RELAY
DSLC09 VOLTAGE LOWER RELAY
DSLC09 VOLTAGE RAISE RELAY
DSLC09 BREAKER OPEN RELAY
DSLC09 BREAKER CLOSE RELAY
DSLC09 SYNCH TIMEOUT ALARM
DSLC09 SYNCH RECLOSE ALARM
DSLC09 LOAD AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC09 LOAD AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC09 PROCESS AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC09 PROCESS AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC09 VOLTAGE RANGE ALARM
DSLC09 VOLTAGE AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC09 VOLTAGE AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC09 SYNCH IN OFF MODE
DSLC09 SYNCH IN CHECK MODE
85
723PLUS DSLC/MSLC Gateway
1:0560
1:0561
1:0562
1:0563
1:0564
1:0565
1:0566
1:0567
1:0568
1:0569
1:0570
1:0571
1:0572
1:0573
1:0574
1:0575
1:0576
1:0577
1:0578
1:0579
1:0580
1:0581
1:0582
1:0583
1:0584
1:0585
1:0586
1:0587
1:0588
1:0589
1:0590
1:0591
1:0592
1:0593
1:0594
1:0595
1:0596
1:0597
1:0598
1:0599
1:0600
1:0601
1:0602
1:0603
1:0604
1:0605
1:0606
1:0607
1:0608
1:0609
1:0610
1:0611
1:0612
1:0613
1:0614
1:0615
1:0616
1:0617
1:0618
1:0619
1:0620
1:0621
1:0622
1:0623
1:0624
1:0625
1:0626
1:0627
1:0628
1:0629
1:0630
1:0631
1:0632
1:0633
86
Manual 02831
DSLC09 SYNCH IN PERMISSIVE MODE
DSLC09 SYNCH IN RUN MODE
DSLC09 SYNCH IN CLOSE TIMER MODE
DSLC09 SYNCH IN SYNC TIMER MODE
DSLC09 SYNCH IN SYNC MODE
DSLC09 SYNCH IN AUTO OFF MODE
DSLC09 LD CTRL IN DROOP MODE
DSLC09 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD BASELOAD MODE
DSLC09 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC09 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD MODE
DSLC09 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD LOWER MODE
DSLC09 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAISE MODE
DSLC09 LD CTRL IN REMOTE RAMP MODE
DSLC09 LD CTRL IN BASELOAD REMOTE MODE
DSLC09 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD PARALLEL MODE
DSLC09 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL RAMP MODE
DSLC09 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL MODE
DSLC09 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC09 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAMP MODE
DSLC09 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOCAL MODE
DSLC09 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOWER MODE
DSLC09 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAISE MODE
DSLC09 LD CTRL IN PROCESS REMOTE MODE
DSLC09 CHECK INPUT CLOSED
DSLC09 PERMISSIVE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC09 RUN INPUT CLOSED
DSLC09 CB AUX INPUT CLOSED
DSLC09 VOLTAGE RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC09 VOLTAGE LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC09 BASE LOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC09 LOAD/UNLOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC09 RAMP PAUSE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC09 LOAD RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC09 LOAD LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC09 PROCESS ENABLE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC09 VOLT REG OUTPUT DRIVER SHUTDOWN
DSLC09 WATCHDOG TIMER
DSLC09 LON FAIL TO TRANSMIT
DSLC09 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 58
DSLC09 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 59
DSLC09 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 60
DSLC10 ALARM RELAY
DSLC10 LOW LIMIT RELAY
DSLC10 HIGH LIMIT RELAY
DSLC10 LOAD SWITCH RELAY
DSLC10 VOLTAGE LOWER RELAY
DSLC10 VOLTAGE RAISE RELAY
DSLC10 BREAKER OPEN RELAY
DSLC10 BREAKER CLOSE RELAY
DSLC10 SYNCH TIMEOUT ALARM
DSLC10 SYNCH RECLOSE ALARM
DSLC10 LOAD AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC10 LOAD AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC10 PROCESS AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC10 PROCESS AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC10 VOLTAGE RANGE ALARM
DSLC10 VOLTAGE AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC10 VOLTAGE AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC10 SYNCH IN OFF MODE
DSLC10 SYNCH IN CHECK MODE
DSLC10 SYNCH IN PERMISSIVE MODE
DSLC10 SYNCH IN RUN MODE
DSLC10 SYNCH IN CLOSE TIMER MODE
DSLC10 SYNCH IN SYNC TIMER MODE
DSLC10 SYNCH IN SYNC MODE
DSLC10 SYNCH IN AUTO OFF MODE
DSLC10 LD CTRL IN DROOP MODE
DSLC10 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD BASELOAD MODE
DSLC10 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC10 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD MODE
DSLC10 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD LOWER MODE
DSLC10 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAISE MODE
DSLC10 LD CTRL IN REMOTE RAMP MODE
DSLC10 LD CTRL IN BASELOAD REMOTE MODE
Woodward
Manual 02831
1:0634
1:0635
1:0636
1:0637
1:0638
1:0639
1:0640
1:0641
1:0642
1:0643
1:0644
1:0645
1:0646
1:0647
1:0648
1:0649
1:0650
1:0651
1:0652
1:0653
1:0654
1:0655
1:0656
1:0657
1:0658
1:0659
1:0660
1:0661
1:0662
1:0663
1:0664
1:0665
1:0666
1:0667
1:0668
1:0669
1:0670
1:0671
1:0672
1:0673
1:0674
1:0675
1:0676
1:0677
1:0678
1:0679
1:0680
1:0681
1:0682
1:0683
1:0684
1:0685
1:0686
1:0687
1:0688
1:0689
1:0690
1:0691
1:0692
1:0693
1:0694
1:0695
1:0696
1:0697
1:0698
1:0699
1:0700
1:0701
1:0702
1:0703
1:0704
1:0705
1:0706
1:0707
Woodward
723PLUS DSLC/MSLC Gateway
DSLC10 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD PARALLEL MODE
DSLC10 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL RAMP MODE
DSLC10 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL MODE
DSLC10 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC10 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAMP MODE
DSLC10 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOCAL MODE
DSLC10 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOWER MODE
DSLC10 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAISE MODE
DSLC10 LD CTRL IN PROCESS REMOTE MODE
DSLC10 CHECK INPUT CLOSED
DSLC10 PERMISSIVE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC10 RUN INPUT CLOSED
DSLC10 CB AUX INPUT CLOSED
DSLC10 VOLTAGE RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC10 VOLTAGE LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC10 BASE LOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC10 LOAD/UNLOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC10 RAMP PAUSE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC10 LOAD RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC10 LOAD LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC10 PROCESS ENABLE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC10 VOLT REG OUTPUT DRIVER SHUTDOWN
DSLC10 WATCHDOG TIMER
DSLC10 LON FAIL TO TRANSMIT
DSLC10 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 58
DSLC10 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 59
DSLC10 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 60
DSLC11 ALARM RELAY
DSLC11 LOW LIMIT RELAY
DSLC11 HIGH LIMIT RELAY
DSLC11 LOAD SWITCH RELAY
DSLC11 VOLTAGE LOWER RELAY
DSLC11 VOLTAGE RAISE RELAY
DSLC11 BREAKER OPEN RELAY
DSLC11 BREAKER CLOSE RELAY
DSLC11 SYNCH TIMEOUT ALARM
DSLC11 SYNCH RECLOSE ALARM
DSLC11 LOAD AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC11 LOAD AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC11 PROCESS AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC11 PROCESS AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC11 VOLTAGE RANGE ALARM
DSLC11 VOLTAGE AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC11 VOLTAGE AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC11 SYNCH IN OFF MODE
DSLC11 SYNCH IN CHECK MODE
DSLC11 SYNCH IN PERMISSIVE MODE
DSLC11 SYNCH IN RUN MODE
DSLC11 SYNCH IN CLOSE TIMER MODE
DSLC11 SYNCH IN SYNC TIMER MODE
DSLC11 SYNCH IN SYNC MODE
DSLC11 SYNCH IN AUTO OFF MODE
DSLC11 LD CTRL IN DROOP MODE
DSLC11 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD BASELOAD MODE
DSLC11 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC11 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD MODE
DSLC11 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD LOWER MODE
DSLC11 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAISE MODE
DSLC11 LD CTRL IN REMOTE RAMP MODE
DSLC11 LD CTRL IN BASELOAD REMOTE MODE
DSLC11 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD PARALLEL MODE
DSLC11 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL RAMP MODE
DSLC11 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL MODE
DSLC11 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC11 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAMP MODE
DSLC11 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOCAL MODE
DSLC11 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOWER MODE
DSLC11 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAISE MODE
DSLC11 LD CTRL IN PROCESS REMOTE MODE
DSLC11 CHECK INPUT CLOSED
DSLC11 PERMISSIVE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC11 RUN INPUT CLOSED
DSLC11 CB AUX INPUT CLOSED
DSLC11 VOLTAGE RAISE INPUT CLOSED
87
723PLUS DSLC/MSLC Gateway
1:0708
1:0709
1:0710
1:0711
1:0712
1:0713
1:0714
1:0715
1:0716
1:0717
1:0718
1:0719
1:0720
1:0721
1:0722
1:0723
1:0724
1:0725
1:0726
1:0727
1:0728
1:0729
1:0730
1:0731
1:0732
1:0733
1:0734
1:0735
1:0736
1:0737
1:0738
1:0739
1:0740
1:0741
1:0742
1:0743
1:0744
1:0745
1:0746
1:0747
1:0748
1:0749
1:0750
1:0751
1:0752
1:0753
1:0754
1:0755
1:0756
1:0757
1:0758
1:0759
1:0760
1:0761
1:0762
1:0763
1:0764
1:0765
1:0766
1:0767
1:0768
1:0769
1:0770
1:0771
1:0772
1:0773
1:0774
1:0775
1:0776
1:0777
1:0778
1:0779
1:0780
1:0781
88
Manual 02831
DSLC11 VOLTAGE LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC11 BASE LOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC11 LOAD/UNLOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC11 RAMP PAUSE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC11 LOAD RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC11 LOAD LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC11 PROCESS ENABLE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC11 VOLT REG OUTPUT DRIVER SHUTDOWN
DSLC11 WATCHDOG TIMER
DSLC11 LON FAIL TO TRANSMIT
DSLC11 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 58
DSLC11 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 59
DSLC11 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 60
DSLC12 ALARM RELAY
DSLC12 LOW LIMIT RELAY
DSLC12 HIGH LIMIT RELAY
DSLC12 LOAD SWITCH RELAY
DSLC12 VOLTAGE LOWER RELAY
DSLC12 VOLTAGE RAISE RELAY
DSLC12 BREAKER OPEN RELAY
DSLC12 BREAKER CLOSE RELAY
DSLC12 SYNCH TIMEOUT ALARM
DSLC12 SYNCH RECLOSE ALARM
DSLC12 LOAD AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC12 LOAD AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC12 PROCESS AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC12 PROCESS AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC12 VOLTAGE RANGE ALARM
DSLC12 VOLTAGE AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC12 VOLTAGE AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC12 SYNCH IN OFF MODE
DSLC12 SYNCH IN CHECK MODE
DSLC12 SYNCH IN PERMISSIVE MODE
DSLC12 SYNCH IN RUN MODE
DSLC12 SYNCH IN CLOSE TIMER MODE
DSLC12 SYNCH IN SYNC TIMER MODE
DSLC12 SYNCH IN SYNC MODE
DSLC12 SYNCH IN AUTO OFF MODE
DSLC12 LD CTRL IN DROOP MODE
DSLC12 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD BASELOAD MODE
DSLC12 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC12 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD MODE
DSLC12 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD LOWER MODE
DSLC12 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAISE MODE
DSLC12 LD CTRL IN REMOTE RAMP MODE
DSLC12 LD CTRL IN BASELOAD REMOTE MODE
DSLC12 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD PARALLEL MODE
DSLC12 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL RAMP MODE
DSLC12 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL MODE
DSLC12 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC12 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAMP MODE
DSLC12 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOCAL MODE
DSLC12 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOWER MODE
DSLC12 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAISE MODE
DSLC12 LD CTRL IN PROCESS REMOTE MODE
DSLC12 CHECK INPUT CLOSED
DSLC12 PERMISSIVE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC12 RUN INPUT CLOSED
DSLC12 CB AUX INPUT CLOSED
DSLC12 VOLTAGE RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC12 VOLTAGE LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC12 BASE LOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC12 LOAD/UNLOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC12 RAMP PAUSE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC12 LOAD RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC12 LOAD LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC12 PROCESS ENABLE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC12 VOLT REG OUTPUT DRIVER SHUTDOWN
DSLC12 WATCHDOG TIMER
DSLC12 LON FAIL TO TRANSMIT
DSLC12 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 58
DSLC12 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 59
DSLC12 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 60
DSLC14 ALARM RELAY
Woodward
Manual 02831
1:0782
1:0783
1:0784
1:0785
1:0786
1:0787
1:0788
1:0789
1:0790
1:0791
1:0792
1:0793
1:0794
1:0795
1:0796
1:0797
1:0798
1:0799
1:0800
1:0801
1:0802
1:0803
1:0804
1:0805
1:0806
1:0807
1:0808
1:0809
1:0810
1:0811
1:0812
1:0813
1:0814
1:0815
1:0816
1:0817
1:0818
1:0819
1:0820
1:0821
1:0822
1:0823
1:0824
1:0825
1:0826
1:0827
1:0828
1:0829
1:0830
1:0831
1:0832
1:0833
1:0834
1:0835
1:0836
1:0837
1:0838
1:0839
1:0840
1:0841
1:0842
1:0843
1:0844
1:0845
1:0846
1:0847
1:0848
1:0849
1:0850
1:0851
1:0852
1:0853
1:0854
1:0855
Woodward
723PLUS DSLC/MSLC Gateway
DSLC14 LOW LIMIT RELAY
DSLC14 HIGH LIMIT RELAY
DSLC14 LOAD SWITCH RELAY
DSLC14 VOLTAGE LOWER RELAY
DSLC14 VOLTAGE RAISE RELAY
DSLC14 BREAKER OPEN RELAY
DSLC14 BREAKER CLOSE RELAY
DSLC14 SYNCH TIMEOUT ALARM
DSLC14 SYNCH RECLOSE ALARM
DSLC14 LOAD AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC14 LOAD AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC14 PROCESS AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC14 PROCESS AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC14 VOLTAGE RANGE ALARM
DSLC14 VOLTAGE AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC14 VOLTAGE AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC14 SYNCH IN OFF MODE
DSLC14 SYNCH IN CHECK MODE
DSLC14 SYNCH IN PERMISSIVE MODE
DSLC14 SYNCH IN RUN MODE
DSLC14 SYNCH IN CLOSE TIMER MODE
DSLC14 SYNCH IN SYNC TIMER MODE
DSLC14 SYNCH IN SYNC MODE
DSLC14 SYNCH IN AUTO OFF MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN DROOP MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD BASELOAD MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD LOWER MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAISE MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN REMOTE RAMP MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN BASELOAD REMOTE MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD PARALLEL MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL RAMP MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAMP MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOCAL MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOWER MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAISE MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN PROCESS REMOTE MODE
DSLC14 CHECK INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 PERMISSIVE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 RUN INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 CB AUX INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 VOLTAGE RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 VOLTAGE LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 BASE LOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 LOAD/UNLOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 RAMP PAUSE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 LOAD RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 LOAD LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 PROCESS ENABLE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 VOLT REG OUTPUT DRIVER SHUTDOWN
DSLC14 WATCHDOG TIMER
DSLC14 LON FAIL TO TRANSMIT
DSLC14 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 58
DSLC14 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 59
DSLC14 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 60
DSLC14 ALARM RELAY
DSLC14 LOW LIMIT RELAY
DSLC14 HIGH LIMIT RELAY
DSLC14 LOAD SWITCH RELAY
DSLC14 VOLTAGE LOWER RELAY
DSLC14 VOLTAGE RAISE RELAY
DSLC14 BREAKER OPEN RELAY
DSLC14 BREAKER CLOSE RELAY
DSLC14 SYNCH TIMEOUT ALARM
DSLC14 SYNCH RECLOSE ALARM
DSLC14 LOAD AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC14 LOAD AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC14 PROCESS AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC14 PROCESS AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC14 VOLTAGE RANGE ALARM
89
723PLUS DSLC/MSLC Gateway
1:0856
1:0857
1:0858
1:0859
1:0860
1:0861
1:0862
1:0863
1:0864
1:0865
1:0866
1:0867
1:0868
1:0869
1:0870
1:0871
1:0872
1:0873
1:0874
1:0875
1:0876
1:0877
1:0878
1:0879
1:0880
1:0881
1:0882
1:0883
1:0884
1:0885
1:0886
1:0887
1:0888
1:0889
1:0890
1:0891
1:0892
1:0893
1:0894
1:0895
1:0896
1:0897
1:0898
1:0899
1:0900
Manual 02831
DSLC14 VOLTAGE AT LOW LIMIT ALARM
DSLC14 VOLTAGE AT HIGH LIMIT ALARM
DSLC14 SYNCH IN OFF MODE
DSLC14 SYNCH IN CHECK MODE
DSLC14 SYNCH IN PERMISSIVE MODE
DSLC14 SYNCH IN RUN MODE
DSLC14 SYNCH IN CLOSE TIMER MODE
DSLC14 SYNCH IN SYNC TIMER MODE
DSLC14 SYNCH IN SYNC MODE
DSLC14 SYNCH IN AUTO OFF MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN DROOP MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD BASELOAD MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD LOWER MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN BASE LOAD RAISE MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN REMOTE RAMP MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN BASELOAD REMOTE MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD PARALLEL MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL RAMP MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN PARALLEL MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN UNLOAD RAMP MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAMP MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOCAL MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN PROCESS LOWER MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN PROCESS RAISE MODE
DSLC14 LD CTRL IN PROCESS REMOTE MODE
DSLC14 CHECK INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 PERMISSIVE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 RUN INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 CB AUX INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 VOLTAGE RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 VOLTAGE LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 BASE LOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 LOAD/UNLOAD INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 RAMP PAUSE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 LOAD RAISE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 LOAD LOWER INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 PROCESS ENABLE INPUT CLOSED
DSLC14 VOLT REG OUTPUT DRIVER SHUTDOWN
DSLC14 WATCHDOG TIMER
DSLC14 LON FAIL TO TRANSMIT
DSLC14 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 58
DSLC14 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 59
DSLC14 SPARE BOOLEAN READ 60
Analog Reads
Addr
3:0001
3:0002
3:0003
3:0004
3:0005
3:0006
3:0007
3:0008
3:0009
3:0010
3:0011
3:0012
3:0013
3:0014
3:0015
3:0016
3:0017
3:0018
3:0019
3:0020
3:0021
3:0022
3:0023
3:0024
3:0025
90
Description
MSLC BLOCK #1 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
MSLC BLOCK #2 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
MSLC BLOCK #3 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
MSLC BLOCK #4 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
MSLC A PHASE VOLTAGE
MSLC B PHASE VOLTAGE
MSLC C PHASE VOLTAGE
MSLC 3-PHASE AVG VOLTAGE
MSLC GENERATOR BUS VOLTAGE
MSLC SYS POWER FACTOR (p.f. * 1000)
MSLC A PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
MSLC B PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
MSLC C PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
MSLC 3-PHASE TOTAL CURRENT
MSLC IMP/EXP REFERENCE (% RATED)
MSLC PROCESS REFERENCE (uA)
MSLC SYS ACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KW)
MSLC SYS REACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KVAR)
MSLC SYS APPARENT POWER OUTPUT (KW)
MSLC GEN FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
MSLC UTILITY FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
MSLC SPARE ANALOG READ 22
MSLC SPARE ANALOG READ 23
MSLC SPARE ANALOG READ 24
MSLC SPARE ANALOG READ 25
Woodward
Manual 02831
3:0026
3:0027
3:0028
3:0029
3:0030
3:0031
3:0032
3:0033
3:0034
3:0035
3:0036
3:0037
3:0038
3:0039
3:0040
3:0041
3:0042
3:0043
3:0044
3:0045
3:0046
3:0047
3:0048
3:0049
3:0050
3:0051
3:0052
3:0053
3:0054
3:0055
3:0056
3:0057
3:0058
3:0059
3:0060
3:0061
3:0062
3:0063
3:0064
3:0065
3:0066
3:0067
3:0068
3:0069
3:0070
3:0071
3:0072
3:0073
3:0074
3:0075
3:0076
3:0077
3:0078
3:0079
3:0080
3:0081
3:0082
3:0083
3:0084
3:0085
3:0086
3:0087
3:0088
3:0089
3:0090
3:0091
3:0092
3:0093
3:0094
3:0095
3:0096
3:0097
3:0098
3:0099
Woodward
723PLUS DSLC/MSLC Gateway
MSLC SPARE ANALOG READ 26
MSLC SPARE ANALOG READ 27
MSLC SPARE ANALOG READ 28
MSLC SPARE ANALOG READ 29
MSLC SPARE ANALOG READ 30
DSLC01 BLOCK #1 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC01 BLOCK #2 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC01 BLOCK #3 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC01 BLOCK #4 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC01 A PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC01 B PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC01 C PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC01 3-PHASE AVG VOLTAGE
DSLC01 BUS VOLTAGE
DSLC01 POWER FACTOR (p.f. * 1000)
DSLC01 A PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC01 B PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC01 C PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC01 3-PHASE TOTAL CURRENT
DSLC01 LOAD REFERENCE (% RATED)
DSLC01 PROCESS REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC01 ACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC01 REACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KVAR)
DSLC01 APPARENT POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC01 GEN FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC01 BUS FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC01 SPARE ANALOG READ 22
DSLC01 SPARE ANALOG READ 23
DSLC01 SPARE ANALOG READ 24
DSLC01 SPARE ANALOG READ 25
DSLC01 SPARE ANALOG READ 26
DSLC01 SPARE ANALOG READ 27
DSLC01 SPARE ANALOG READ 28
DSLC01 SPARE ANALOG READ 29
DSLC01 SPARE ANALOG READ 30
DSLC02 BLOCK #1 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC02 BLOCK #2 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC02 BLOCK #3 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC02 BLOCK #4 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC02 A PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC02 B PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC02 C PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC02 3-PHASE AVG VOLTAGE
DSLC02 BUS VOLTAGE
DSLC02 POWER FACTOR (p.f. * 1000)
DSLC02 A PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC02 B PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC02 C PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC02 3-PHASE TOTAL CURRENT
DSLC02 LOAD REFERENCE (% RATED)
DSLC02 PROCESS REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC02 ACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC02 REACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KVAR)
DSLC02 APPARENT POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC02 GEN FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC02 BUS FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC02 SPARE ANALOG READ 22
DSLC02 SPARE ANALOG READ 23
DSLC02 SPARE ANALOG READ 24
DSLC02 SPARE ANALOG READ 25
DSLC02 SPARE ANALOG READ 26
DSLC02 SPARE ANALOG READ 27
DSLC02 SPARE ANALOG READ 28
DSLC02 SPARE ANALOG READ 29
DSLC02 SPARE ANALOG READ 30
DSLC03 BLOCK #1 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC03 BLOCK #2 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC03 BLOCK #3 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC03 BLOCK #4 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC03 A PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC03 B PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC03 C PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC03 3-PHASE AVG VOLTAGE
DSLC03 BUS VOLTAGE
91
723PLUS DSLC/MSLC Gateway
3:0100
3:0101
3:0102
3:0103
3:0104
3:0105
3:0106
3:0107
3:0108
3:0109
3:0110
3:0111
3:0112
3:0113
3:0114
3:0115
3:0116
3:0117
3:0118
3:0119
3:0120
3:0121
3:0122
3:0123
3:0124
3:0125
3:0126
3:0127
3:0128
3:0129
3:0130
3:0131
3:0132
3:0133
3:0134
3:0135
3:0136
3:0137
3:0138
3:0139
3:0140
3:0141
3:0142
3:0143
3:0144
3:0145
3:0146
3:0147
3:0148
3:0149
3:0150
3:0151
3:0152
3:0153
3:0154
3:0155
3:0156
3:0157
3:0158
3:0159
3:0160
3:0161
3:0162
3:0163
3:0164
3:0165
3:0166
3:0167
3:0168
3:0169
3:0170
3:0171
3:0172
3:0173
92
Manual 02831
DSLC03 POWER FACTOR (p.f. * 1000)
DSLC03 A PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC03 B PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC03 C PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC03 3-PHASE TOTAL CURRENT
DSLC03 LOAD REFERENCE (% RATED)
DSLC03 PROCESS REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC03 ACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC03 REACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KVAR)
DSLC03 APPARENT POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC03 GEN FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC03 BUS FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC03 SPARE ANALOG READ 22
DSLC03 SPARE ANALOG READ 23
DSLC03 SPARE ANALOG READ 24
DSLC03 SPARE ANALOG READ 25
DSLC03 SPARE ANALOG READ 26
DSLC03 SPARE ANALOG READ 27
DSLC03 SPARE ANALOG READ 28
DSLC03 SPARE ANALOG READ 29
DSLC03 SPARE ANALOG READ 30
DSLC04 BLOCK #1 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC04 BLOCK #2 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC04 BLOCK #3 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC04 BLOCK #4 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC04 A PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC04 B PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC04 C PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC04 3-PHASE AVG VOLTAGE
DSLC04 BUS VOLTAGE
DSLC04 POWER FACTOR (p.f. * 1000)
DSLC04 A PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC04 B PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC04 C PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC04 3-PHASE TOTAL CURRENT
DSLC04 LOAD REFERENCE (% RATED)
DSLC04 PROCESS REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC04 ACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC04 REACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KVAR)
DSLC04 APPARENT POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC04 GEN FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC04 BUS FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC04 SPARE ANALOG READ 22
DSLC04 SPARE ANALOG READ 23
DSLC04 SPARE ANALOG READ 24
DSLC04 SPARE ANALOG READ 25
DSLC04 SPARE ANALOG READ 26
DSLC04 SPARE ANALOG READ 27
DSLC04 SPARE ANALOG READ 28
DSLC04 SPARE ANALOG READ 29
DSLC04 SPARE ANALOG READ 30
DSLC05 BLOCK #1 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC05 BLOCK #2 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC05 BLOCK #3 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC05 BLOCK #4 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC05 A PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC05 B PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC05 C PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC05 3-PHASE AVG VOLTAGE
DSLC05 BUS VOLTAGE
DSLC05 POWER FACTOR (p.f. * 1000)
DSLC05 A PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC05 B PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC05 C PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC05 3-PHASE TOTAL CURRENT
DSLC05 LOAD REFERENCE (% RATED)
DSLC05 PROCESS REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC05 ACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC05 REACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KVAR)
DSLC05 APPARENT POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC05 GEN FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC05 BUS FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC05 SPARE ANALOG READ 22
DSLC05 SPARE ANALOG READ 23
Woodward
Manual 02831
3:0174
3:0175
3:0176
3:0177
3:0178
3:0179
3:0180
3:0181
3:0182
3:0183
3:0184
3:0185
3:0186
3:0187
3:0188
3:0189
3:0190
3:0191
3:0192
3:0193
3:0194
3:0195
3:0196
3:0197
3:0198
3:0199
3:0200
3:0201
3:0202
3:0203
3:0204
3:0205
3:0206
3:0207
3:0208
3:0209
3:0210
3:0211
3:0212
3:0213
3:0214
3:0215
3:0216
3:0217
3:0218
3:0219
3:0220
3:0221
3:0222
3:0223
3:0224
3:0225
3:0226
3:0227
3:0228
3:0229
3:0230
3:0231
3:0232
3:0233
3:0234
3:0235
3:0236
3:0237
3:0238
3:0239
3:0240
3:0241
3:0242
3:0243
3:0244
3:0245
3:0246
3:0247
Woodward
723PLUS DSLC/MSLC Gateway
DSLC05 SPARE ANALOG READ 24
DSLC05 SPARE ANALOG READ 25
DSLC05 SPARE ANALOG READ 26
DSLC05 SPARE ANALOG READ 27
DSLC05 SPARE ANALOG READ 28
DSLC05 SPARE ANALOG READ 29
DSLC05 SPARE ANALOG READ 30
DSLC06 BLOCK #1 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC06 BLOCK #2 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC06 BLOCK #3 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC06 BLOCK #4 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC06 A PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC06 B PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC06 C PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC06 3-PHASE AVG VOLTAGE
DSLC06 BUS VOLTAGE
DSLC06 POWER FACTOR (p.f. * 1000)
DSLC06 A PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC06 B PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC06 C PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC06 3-PHASE TOTAL CURRENT
DSLC06 LOAD REFERENCE (% RATED)
DSLC06 PROCESS REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC06 ACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC06 REACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KVAR)
DSLC06 APPARENT POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC06 GEN FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC06 BUS FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC06 SPARE ANALOG READ 22
DSLC06 SPARE ANALOG READ 23
DSLC06 SPARE ANALOG READ 24
DSLC06 SPARE ANALOG READ 25
DSLC06 SPARE ANALOG READ 26
DSLC06 SPARE ANALOG READ 27
DSLC06 SPARE ANALOG READ 28
DSLC06 SPARE ANALOG READ 29
DSLC06 SPARE ANALOG READ 30
DSLC07 BLOCK #1 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC07 BLOCK #2 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC07 BLOCK #3 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC07 BLOCK #4 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC07 A PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC07 B PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC07 C PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC07 3-PHASE AVG VOLTAGE
DSLC07 BUS VOLTAGE
DSLC07 POWER FACTOR (p.f. * 1000)
DSLC07 A PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC07 B PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC07 C PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC07 3-PHASE TOTAL CURRENT
DSLC07 LOAD REFERENCE (% RATED)
DSLC07 PROCESS REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC07 ACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC07 REACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KVAR)
DSLC07 APPARENT POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC07 GEN FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC07 BUS FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC07 SPARE ANALOG READ 22
DSLC07 SPARE ANALOG READ 23
DSLC07 SPARE ANALOG READ 24
DSLC07 SPARE ANALOG READ 25
DSLC07 SPARE ANALOG READ 26
DSLC07 SPARE ANALOG READ 27
DSLC07 SPARE ANALOG READ 28
DSLC07 SPARE ANALOG READ 29
DSLC07 SPARE ANALOG READ 30
DSLC08 BLOCK #1 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC08 BLOCK #2 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC08 BLOCK #3 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC08 BLOCK #4 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC08 A PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC08 B PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC08 C PHASE VOLTAGE
93
723PLUS DSLC/MSLC Gateway
3:0248
3:0249
3:0250
3:0251
3:0252
3:0253
3:0254
3:0255
3:0256
3:0257
3:0258
3:0259
3:0260
3:0261
3:0262
3:0263
3:0264
3:0265
3:0266
3:0267
3:0268
3:0269
3:0270
3:0271
3:0272
3:0273
3:0274
3:0275
3:0276
3:0277
3:0278
3:0279
3:0280
3:0281
3:0282
3:0283
3:0284
3:0285
3:0286
3:0287
3:0288
3:0289
3:0290
3:0291
3:0292
3:0293
3:0294
3:0295
3:0296
3:0297
3:0298
3:0299
3:0300
3:0301
3:0302
3:0303
3:0304
3:0305
3:0306
3:0307
3:0308
3:0309
3:0310
3:0311
3:0312
3:0313
3:0314
3:0315
3:0316
3:0317
3:0318
3:0319
3:0320
3:0321
94
Manual 02831
DSLC08 3-PHASE AVG VOLTAGE
DSLC08 BUS VOLTAGE
DSLC08 POWER FACTOR (p.f. * 1000)
DSLC08 A PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC08 B PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC08 C PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC08 3-PHASE TOTAL CURRENT
DSLC08 LOAD REFERENCE (% RATED)
DSLC08 PROCESS REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC08 ACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC08 REACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KVAR)
DSLC08 APPARENT POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC08 GEN FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC08 BUS FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC08 SPARE ANALOG READ 22
DSLC08 SPARE ANALOG READ 23
DSLC08 SPARE ANALOG READ 24
DSLC08 SPARE ANALOG READ 25
DSLC08 SPARE ANALOG READ 26
DSLC08 SPARE ANALOG READ 27
DSLC08 SPARE ANALOG READ 28
DSLC08 SPARE ANALOG READ 29
DSLC08 SPARE ANALOG READ 30
DSLC09 BLOCK #1 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC09 BLOCK #2 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC09 BLOCK #3 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC09 BLOCK #4 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC09 A PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC09 B PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC09 C PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC09 3-PHASE AVG VOLTAGE
DSLC09 BUS VOLTAGE
DSLC09 POWER FACTOR (p.f. * 1000)
DSLC09 A PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC09 B PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC09 C PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC09 3-PHASE TOTAL CURRENT
DSLC09 LOAD REFERENCE (% RATED)
DSLC09 PROCESS REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC09 ACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC09 REACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KVAR)
DSLC09 APPARENT POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC09 GEN FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC09 BUS FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC09 SPARE ANALOG READ 22
DSLC09 SPARE ANALOG READ 23
DSLC09 SPARE ANALOG READ 24
DSLC09 SPARE ANALOG READ 25
DSLC09 SPARE ANALOG READ 26
DSLC09 SPARE ANALOG READ 27
DSLC09 SPARE ANALOG READ 28
DSLC09 SPARE ANALOG READ 29
DSLC09 SPARE ANALOG READ 30
DSLC10 BLOCK #1 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC10 BLOCK #2 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC10 BLOCK #3 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC10 BLOCK #4 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC10 A PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC10 B PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC10 C PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC10 3-PHASE AVG VOLTAGE
DSLC10 BUS VOLTAGE
DSLC10 POWER FACTOR (p.f. * 1000)
DSLC10 A PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC10 B PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC10 C PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC10 3-PHASE TOTAL CURRENT
DSLC10 LOAD REFERENCE (% RATED)
DSLC10 PROCESS REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC10 ACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC10 REACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KVAR)
DSLC10 APPARENT POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC10 GEN FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC10 BUS FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
Woodward
Manual 02831
3:0322
3:0323
3:0324
3:0325
3:0326
3:0327
3:0328
3:0329
3:0330
3:0331
3:0332
3:0333
3:0334
3:0335
3:0336
3:0337
3:0338
3:0339
3:0340
3:0341
3:0342
3:0343
3:0344
3:0345
3:0346
3:0347
3:0348
3:0349
3:0350
3:0351
3:0352
3:0353
3:0354
3:0355
3:0356
3:0357
3:0358
3:0359
3:0360
3:0361
3:0362
3:0363
3:0364
3:0365
3:0366
3:0367
3:0368
3:0369
3:0370
3:0371
3:0372
3:0373
3:0374
3:0375
3:0376
3:0377
3:0378
3:0379
3:0380
3:0381
3:0382
3:0383
3:0384
3:0385
3:0386
3:0387
3:0388
3:0389
3:0390
3:0391
3:0392
3:0393
3:0394
3:0395
Woodward
723PLUS DSLC/MSLC Gateway
DSLC10 SPARE ANALOG READ 22
DSLC10 SPARE ANALOG READ 23
DSLC10 SPARE ANALOG READ 24
DSLC10 SPARE ANALOG READ 25
DSLC10 SPARE ANALOG READ 26
DSLC10 SPARE ANALOG READ 27
DSLC10 SPARE ANALOG READ 28
DSLC10 SPARE ANALOG READ 29
DSLC10 SPARE ANALOG READ 30
DSLC11 BLOCK #1 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC11 BLOCK #2 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC11 BLOCK #3 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC11 BLOCK #4 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC11 A PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC11 B PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC11 C PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC11 3-PHASE AVG VOLTAGE
DSLC11 BUS VOLTAGE
DSLC11 POWER FACTOR (p.f. * 1000)
DSLC11 A PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC11 B PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC11 C PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC11 3-PHASE TOTAL CURRENT
DSLC11 LOAD REFERENCE (% RATED)
DSLC11 PROCESS REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC11 ACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC11 REACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KVAR)
DSLC11 APPARENT POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC11 GEN FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC11 BUS FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC11 SPARE ANALOG READ 22
DSLC11 SPARE ANALOG READ 23
DSLC11 SPARE ANALOG READ 24
DSLC11 SPARE ANALOG READ 25
DSLC11 SPARE ANALOG READ 26
DSLC11 SPARE ANALOG READ 27
DSLC11 SPARE ANALOG READ 28
DSLC11 SPARE ANALOG READ 29
DSLC11 SPARE ANALOG READ 30
DSLC12 BLOCK #1 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC12 BLOCK #2 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC12 BLOCK #3 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC12 BLOCK #4 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC12 A PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC12 B PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC12 C PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC12 3-PHASE AVG VOLTAGE
DSLC12 BUS VOLTAGE
DSLC12 POWER FACTOR (p.f. * 1000)
DSLC12 A PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC12 B PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC12 C PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC12 3-PHASE TOTAL CURRENT
DSLC12 LOAD REFERENCE (% RATED)
DSLC12 PROCESS REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC12 ACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC12 REACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KVAR)
DSLC12 APPARENT POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC12 GEN FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC12 BUS FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC12 SPARE ANALOG READ 22
DSLC12 SPARE ANALOG READ 23
DSLC12 SPARE ANALOG READ 24
DSLC12 SPARE ANALOG READ 25
DSLC12 SPARE ANALOG READ 26
DSLC12 SPARE ANALOG READ 27
DSLC12 SPARE ANALOG READ 28
DSLC12 SPARE ANALOG READ 29
DSLC12 SPARE ANALOG READ 30
DSLC13 BLOCK #1 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC13 BLOCK #2 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC13 BLOCK #3 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC13 BLOCK #4 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC13 A PHASE VOLTAGE
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3:0397
3:0398
3:0399
3:0400
3:0401
3:0402
3:0403
3:0404
3:0405
3:0406
3:0407
3:0408
3:0409
3:0410
3:0411
3:0412
3:0413
3:0414
3:0415
3:0416
3:0417
3:0418
3:0419
3:0420
3:0421
3:0422
3:0423
3:0424
3:0425
3:0426
3:0427
3:0428
3:0429
3:0430
3:0431
3:0432
3:0433
3:0434
3:0435
3:0436
3:0437
3:0438
3:0439
3:0440
3:0441
3:0442
3:0443
3:0444
3:0445
3:0446
3:0447
3:0448
3:0449
3:0450
DSLC13 B PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC13 C PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC13 3-PHASE AVG VOLTAGE
DSLC13 BUS VOLTAGE
DSLC13 POWER FACTOR (p.f. * 1000)
DSLC13 A PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC13 B PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC13 C PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC13 3-PHASE TOTAL CURRENT
DSLC13 LOAD REFERENCE (% RATED)
DSLC13 PROCESS REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC13 ACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC13 REACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KVAR)
DSLC13 APPARENT POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC13 GEN FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC13 BUS FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC13 SPARE ANALOG READ 22
DSLC13 SPARE ANALOG READ 23
DSLC13 SPARE ANALOG READ 24
DSLC13 SPARE ANALOG READ 25
DSLC13 SPARE ANALOG READ 26
DSLC13 SPARE ANALOG READ 27
DSLC13 SPARE ANALOG READ 28
DSLC13 SPARE ANALOG READ 29
DSLC13 SPARE ANALOG READ 30
DSLC14 BLOCK #1 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC14 BLOCK #2 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC14 BLOCK #3 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC14 BLOCK #4 MESSAGE TIME (ms)
DSLC14 A PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC14 B PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC14 C PHASE VOLTAGE
DSLC14 3-PHASE AVG VOLTAGE
DSLC14 BUS VOLTAGE
DSLC14 POWER FACTOR (p.f. * 1000)
DSLC14 A PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC14 B PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC14 C PHASE CURRENT (AMPS)
DSLC14 3-PHASE TOTAL CURRENT
DSLC14 LOAD REFERENCE (% RATED)
DSLC14 PROCESS REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC14 ACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC14 REACTIVE POWER OUTPUT (KVAR)
DSLC14 APPARENT POWER OUTPUT (KW)
DSLC14 GEN FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC14 BUS FREQUENCY (Hz * 100)
DSLC14 SPARE ANALOG READ 22
DSLC14 SPARE ANALOG READ 23
DSLC14 SPARE ANALOG READ 24
DSLC14 SPARE ANALOG READ 25
DSLC14 SPARE ANALOG READ 26
DSLC14 SPARE ANALOG READ 27
DSLC14 SPARE ANALOG READ 28
DSLC14 SPARE ANALOG READ 29
DSLC14 SPARE ANALOG READ 30
Analog Writes
Addr
4:0001
4:0002
4:0003
4:0004
4:0005
4:0006
4:0007
4:0008
4:0009
4:0010
4:0011
4:0012
4:0013
4:0014
4:0015
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Description
MSLC REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
MSLC PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
MSLC SPARE ANALOG WRITE 03
MSLC SPARE ANALOG WRITE 04
MSLC SPARE ANALOG WRITE 05
DSLC01 REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC01 PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
DSLC01 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 03
DSLC01 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 04
DSLC01 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 05
DSLC02 REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC02 PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
DSLC02 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 03
DSLC02 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 04
DSLC02 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 05
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4:0016
4:0017
4:0018
4:0019
4:0020
4:0021
4:0022
4:0023
4:0024
4:0025
4:0026
4:0027
4:0028
4:0029
4:0030
4:0031
4:0032
4:0033
4:0034
4:0035
4:0036
4:0037
4:0038
4:0039
4:0040
4:0041
4:0042
4:0043
4:0044
4:0045
4:0046
4:0047
4:0048
4:0049
4:0050
4:0051
4:0052
4:0053
4:0054
4:0055
4:0056
4:0057
4:0058
4:0059
4:0060
4:0061
4:0062
4:0063
4:0064
4:0065
4:0066
4:0067
4:0068
4:0069
4:0070
4:0071
4:0072
4:0073
4:0074
4:0075
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DSLC03 REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC03 PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
DSLC03 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 03
DSLC03 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 04
DSLC03 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 05
DSLC04 REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC04 PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
DSLC04 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 03
DSLC04 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 04
DSLC04 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 05
DSLC05 REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC05 PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
DSLC05 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 03
DSLC05 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 04
DSLC05 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 05
DSLC06 REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC06 PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
DSLC06 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 03
DSLC06 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 04
DSLC06 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 05
DSLC07 REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC07 PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
DSLC07 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 03
DSLC07 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 04
DSLC07 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 05
DSLC08 REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC08 PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
DSLC08 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 03
DSLC08 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 04
DSLC08 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 05
DSLC09 REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC09 PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
DSLC09 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 03
DSLC09 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 04
DSLC09 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 05
DSLC10 REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC10 PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
DSLC10 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 03
DSLC10 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 04
DSLC10 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 05
DSLC11 REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC11 PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
DSLC11 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 03
DSLC11 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 04
DSLC11 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 05
DSLC12 REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC12 PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
DSLC12 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 03
DSLC12 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 04
DSLC12 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 05
DSLC13 REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC13 PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
DSLC13 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 03
DSLC13 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 04
DSLC13 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 05
DSLC14 REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
DSLC14 PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
DSLC14 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 03
DSLC14 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 04
DSLC14 SPARE ANALOG WRITE 05
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Appendix E.
Programming Checklist
We recommend you write down the final value of each menu item here so you
will have a record if you later need to reprogram or replace the control.
From the Main Menu Header press ‘ID’ to get the Software Part Number and
revision level. Record Here ___________________
WOODWARD GOVERNOR COMPANY
INDUSTRIAL CONTROLS DIVISION
Configure and Service Items
8280-416
8280-417
723 PLUS STANDARD POWERGEN
DSLC/MSLC LON TO MODBUS GATEWAY
UP TO 14 DSLC AND 1 MSLC
MONITORING AND CONTROL
Configure Menus
CONFIGURE: CONFIG MODBUS
Modbus J2 Mode
Modbus J2 Address
Modbus J3 Mode
Modbus J3 Address
Force Outputs
Default (Low, High)
#2 (1, 2)
#1 (1, 247)
#2 (1, 2)
#1 (1, 247)
#FALSE
CONFIGURE: REMOTE REF THRESH
MSLC REM IN THRSH
DSLC01 REM IN THRSH
DSLC02 REM IN THRSH
DSLC03 REM IN THRSH
DSLC04 REM IN THRSH
DSLC05 REM IN THRSH
DSLC06 REM IN THRSH
DSLC07 REM IN THRSH
DSLC08 REM IN THRSH
DSLC09 REM IN THRSH
DSLC10 REM IN THRSH
DSLC11 REM IN THRSH
DSLC12 REM IN THRSH
DSLC13 REM IN THRSH
DSLC14 REM IN THRSH
Default (Low, High)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
CONFIGURE: PROCESS SIG THRESH
MSLC PR SIG THRSH
DSLC01 PR SIG THRSH
DSLC02 PR SIG THRSH
DSLC03 PR SIG THRSH
DSLC04 PR SIG THRSH
DSLC05 PR SIG THRSH
DSLC06 PR SIG THRSH
DSLC07 PR SIG THRSH
DSLC08 PR SIG THRSH
DSLC09 PR SIG THRSH
DSLC10 PR SIG THRSH
DSLC11 PR SIG THRSH
DSLC12 PR SIG THRSH
DSLC13 PR SIG THRSH
DSLC14 PR SIG THRSH
Default (Low, High)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
#1.0 (0.1, 20.0)
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CONFIGURE: USE CB AUX
MSLC USE CB AUX
DSLC01 USE CB AUX
DSLC02 USE CB AUX
DSLC03 USE CB AUX
DSLC04 USE CB AUX
DSLC05 USE CB AUX
DSLC06 USE CB AUX
DSLC07 USE CB AUX
DSLC08 USE CB AUX
DSLC09 USE CB AUX
DSLC10 USE CB AUX
DSLC11 USE CB AUX
DSLC12 USE CB AUX
DSLC13 USE CB AUX
DSLC14 USE CB AUX
Default
#FALSE
#FALSE
#FALSE
#FALSE
#FALSE
#FALSE
#FALSE
#FALSE
#FALSE
#FALSE
#FALSE
#FALSE
#FALSE
#FALSE
#FALSE
Service Menus
SERVICE: LON
LON Service Pin CH1
LON Reset CH1
LON Fail Timeout (sec)
LON Output Update (sec)
LON Fail Xmit Reset
Default (Low, High)
*FALSE
*FALSE
*5.0 (1.0, 120.0)
*1.0 (0.1, 120.0)
*FALSE
SERVICE: MODBUS J2
Modbus J2 HW CONFIG
Modbus J2 BAUD RATE
Modbus J2 STOP BITS
Modbus J2 PARITY
Modbus J2 TIME OUT
Modbus J2 EX ERROR
Modbus J2 LINK ERR
Modbus J2 ERROR PCT
Modbus J2 ERROR NUM
Default (Low, High)
*1 (1, 3)
*6 (1, 7)
*1 (1, 3)
*1 (1, 3)
*10.0 (0.0, 100.0)
SERVICE: MODBUS J3
Modbus J3 HW CONFIG
Modbus J3 BAUD RATE
Modbus J3 STOP BITS
Modbus J3 PARITY
Modbus J3 TIME OUT
Modbus J3 EX ERROR
Modbus J3 LINK ERR
Modbus J3 ERROR PCT
Modbus J3 ERROR NUM
Default (Low, High)
*1 (1, 3)
*6 (1, 7)
*1 (1, 3)
*1 (1, 3)
*10.0 (0.0, 100.0)
SERVICE: DSLC FAIL XMIT
MSLC FAIL XMIT
DSLC 01 FAIL XMIT
DSLC 02 FAIL XMIT
DSLC 03 FAIL XMIT
DSLC 04 FAIL XMIT
DSLC 05 FAIL XMIT
DSLC 06 FAIL XMIT
DSLC 07 FAIL XMIT
DSLC 08 FAIL XMIT
DSLC 09 FAIL XMIT
DSLC 10 FAIL XMIT
DSLC 11 FAIL XMIT
DSLC 12 FAIL XMIT
DSLC 13 FAIL XMIT
DSLC 14 FAIL XMIT
Display Only
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SERVICE: FORCE MSLC
REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
USE REMOTE REF
USE PROCESS SIGNAL
CB AUX INPUT
USE NETWORK DISC IN
CHECK INPUT
PERMISSIVE INPUT
RUN INPUT
UTILITY UNLOAD IN
IMP/EXP CONTROL IN
PROCESS INPUT
PAUSE INPUT
SETPOINT RAISE IN
SETPOINT LOWER IN
VOLTAGE RAISE INPUT
VOLTAGE LOWER INPUT
Default (Low, High)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
SERVICE: FORCE DSLC 01
REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
USE REMOTE REF
USE PROCESS SIGNAL
CB AUX INPUT
USE NETWORK DISC IN
CHECK INPUT
PERMISSIVE INPUT
RUN INPUT
RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
BASELOAD INPUT
LOAD INPUT
PAUSE INPUT
RAISE LOAD INPUT
LOWER LOAD INPUT
PROCESS ENABLE IN
Default (Low, High)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
SERVICE: FORCE DSLC 02
REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
USE REMOTE REF
USE PROCESS SIGNAL
CB AUX INPUT
USE NETWORK DISC IN
CHECK INPUT
PERMISSIVE INPUT
RUN INPUT
RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
BASELOAD INPUT
LOAD INPUT
PAUSE INPUT
RAISE LOAD INPUT
LOWER LOAD INPUT
PROCESS ENABLE IN
Default (Low, High)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
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SERVICE: FORCE DSLC 03
REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
USE REMOTE REF
USE PROCESS SIGNAL
CB AUX INPUT
USE NETWORK DISC IN
CHECK INPUT
PERMISSIVE INPUT
RUN INPUT
RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
BASELOAD INPUT
LOAD INPUT
PAUSE INPUT
RAISE LOAD INPUT
LOWER LOAD INPUT
PROCESS ENABLE IN
Default (Low, High)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
SERVICE: FORCE DSLC 04
REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
USE REMOTE REF
USE PROCESS SIGNAL
CB AUX INPUT
USE NETWORK DISC IN
CHECK INPUT
PERMISSIVE INPUT
RUN INPUT
RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
BASELOAD INPUT
LOAD INPUT
PAUSE INPUT
RAISE LOAD INPUT
LOWER LOAD INPUT
PROCESS ENABLE IN
Default (Low, High)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
SERVICE: FORCE DSLC 05
REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
USE REMOTE REF
USE PROCESS SIGNAL
CB AUX INPUT
USE NETWORK DISC IN
CHECK INPUT
PERMISSIVE INPUT
RUN INPUT
RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
BASELOAD INPUT
LOAD INPUT
PAUSE INPUT
RAISE LOAD INPUT
LOWER LOAD INPUT
PROCESS ENABLE IN
Default (Low, High)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
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SERVICE: FORCE DSLC 06
REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
USE REMOTE REF
USE PROCESS SIGNAL
CB AUX INPUT
USE NETWORK DISC IN
CHECK INPUT
PERMISSIVE INPUT
RUN INPUT
RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
BASELOAD INPUT
LOAD INPUT
PAUSE INPUT
RAISE LOAD INPUT
LOWER LOAD INPUT
PROCESS ENABLE IN
Default (Low, High)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
SERVICE: FORCE DSLC 07
REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
USE REMOTE REF
USE PROCESS SIGNAL
CB AUX INPUT
USE NETWORK DISC IN
CHECK INPUT
PERMISSIVE INPUT
RUN INPUT
RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
BASELOAD INPUT
LOAD INPUT
PAUSE INPUT
RAISE LOAD INPUT
LOWER LOAD INPUT
PROCESS ENABLE IN
Default (Low, High)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
SERVICE: FORCE DSLC 08
REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
USE REMOTE REF
USE PROCESS SIGNAL
CB AUX INPUT
USE NETWORK DISC IN
CHECK INPUT
PERMISSIVE INPUT
RUN INPUT
RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
BASELOAD INPUT
LOAD INPUT
PAUSE INPUT
RAISE LOAD INPUT
LOWER LOAD INPUT
PROCESS ENABLE IN
Default (Low, High)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
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SERVICE: FORCE DSLC 09
REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
USE REMOTE REF
USE PROCESS SIGNAL
CB AUX INPUT
USE NETWORK DISC IN
CHECK INPUT
PERMISSIVE INPUT
RUN INPUT
RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
BASELOAD INPUT
LOAD INPUT
PAUSE INPUT
RAISE LOAD INPUT
LOWER LOAD INPUT
PROCESS ENABLE IN
Default (Low, High)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
SERVICE: FORCE DSLC 10
REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
USE REMOTE REF
USE PROCESS SIGNAL
CB AUX INPUT
USE NETWORK DISC IN
CHECK INPUT
PERMISSIVE INPUT
RUN INPUT
RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
BASELOAD INPUT
LOAD INPUT
PAUSE INPUT
RAISE LOAD INPUT
LOWER LOAD INPUT
PROCESS ENABLE IN
Default (Low, High)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
SERVICE: FORCE DSLC 11
REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
USE REMOTE REF
USE PROCESS SIGNAL
CB AUX INPUT
USE NETWORK DISC IN
CHECK INPUT
PERMISSIVE INPUT
RUN INPUT
RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
BASELOAD INPUT
LOAD INPUT
PAUSE INPUT
RAISE LOAD INPUT
LOWER LOAD INPUT
PROCESS ENABLE IN
Default (Low, High)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
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SERVICE: FORCE DSLC 12
REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
USE REMOTE REF
USE PROCESS SIGNAL
CB AUX INPUT
USE NETWORK DISC IN
CHECK INPUT
PERMISSIVE INPUT
RUN INPUT
RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
BASELOAD INPUT
LOAD INPUT
PAUSE INPUT
RAISE LOAD INPUT
LOWER LOAD INPUT
PROCESS ENABLE IN
Default (Low, High)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
SERVICE: FORCE DSLC 13
REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
USE REMOTE REF
USE PROCESS SIGNAL
CB AUX INPUT
USE NETWORK DISC IN
CHECK INPUT
PERMISSIVE INPUT
RUN INPUT
RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
BASELOAD INPUT
LOAD INPUT
PAUSE INPUT
RAISE LOAD INPUT
LOWER LOAD INPUT
PROCESS ENABLE IN
Default (Low, High)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
SERVICE: FORCE DSLC 14
REMOTE REFERENCE (uA)
PROCESS SIGNAL (uA)
USE REMOTE REF
USE PROCESS SIGNAL
CB AUX INPUT
USE NETWORK DISC IN
CHECK INPUT
PERMISSIVE INPUT
RUN INPUT
RAISE VOLTAGE INPUT
LOWER VOLTAGE INPUT
BASELOAD INPUT
LOAD INPUT
PAUSE INPUT
RAISE LOAD INPUT
LOWER LOAD INPUT
PROCESS ENABLE IN
Default (Low, High)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*4.0 (0.0, 20.0)
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
*FALSE
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723PLUS Control Specifications
Woodward Part Numbers:
8280-416
8280-417
9907-205
8923-932
Power Supply Rating
Power Consumption
Inrush Current (low voltage)
Inrush Current (high voltage)
Steady State Speed Band
Magnetic Pickup
Proximity Switch
Discrete Inputs (8)
Analog Inputs (4)
Analog Outputs #1 & #2
Analog Output #3
Analog Output #4
Relay Outputs (3)
Relay Contact Ratings
Programmer Serial Port (J1)
Communication Ports (J2, J3)
Ambient Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Humidity
EMI/RFI Susceptibility
Mechanical Vibration
Mechanical Shock
723PLUS with low-voltage power supply
723PLUS with high-voltage power supply
Hand Held Programmer
Watch Window Installation
18–40 Vdc (24 or 32 Vdc nominal)
90–150 Vdc (125 Vdc nominal)
40 W nominal
7 A for 0.1 ms
22 A for 15 ms
±0.25% of rated speed
400–15 000 Hz (200–2100 rpm)
30–1000 Hz (200–2100 rpm)
10 mA at 24 Vdc, impedance 2.3 k
4–20 mA or 1–5 Vdc
4–20 or 0–1 mA (not used)
4–20 or 0–200 mA (not used)
4–20 or 0–200 mA (not used)
(not used)
Resistive—2.0 A at 28 Vdc,
0.1 A at 115 Vac 50 to 400 Hz
Inductive—0.75 A at 28 Vdc 0.2 Henry,
0.1 A at 28 Vdc Lamp
RS-422, 9-pin D connector, 1200 baud, full duplex
RS-232, RS-422, RS-485, 9-pin connector, 1200 to 38
400 baud, full duplex
–40 to +70 °C (–40 to +158 °F)
–55 to +105 °C (–67 to +221 °F)
95% at +20 to +55 °C (+68 to +131 °F) Lloyd’s Register
of Shipping Specification Humidity Test 1
Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, EN50081-2 and EN50082-2
Lloyd’s Register of Shipping Specification Vibration Test 1
US MIL-STD 810C, Method 516.2, Procedure I (basic
design test), Procedure II (transit drop test, packaged),
Procedure V (bench handling)
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2012/10/Colorado
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