HC900 Control Station Model Numbers 900CS10

HC900 Control Station Model Numbers 900CS10
HC900 Control Station
Model Numbers 900CS10-00 and 900CS15-00
Installation
Document Number: 51-52-33-157 Revision 8
Effective: 03/3/13
Supersedes: Revision 7, 09/8/11
Summary
These instructions explain how to install your Control Station. Once installed, the unit must be configured.
Configuration is a detailed process described in other documents.
The overall steps for getting your Control Station up and running are as follows.
Step
1
Action
Install the unit per this instruction sheet.
Refer to other documentation for details on the following steps.
2
After completing installation, configure the HC900 controller for your application using Hybrid
Control Designer software and save the .cde file.
3
Using Station Designer software, create data tags from your .cde file, create your operator
interface configuration and save the .sds file.
4
Download the .sds file to the 900 Control Station and verify operation.
Note: Configuration of the 900 Control Station may be performed prior to mounting if found to be more
convenient when using the USB port since once loaded the configuration is maintained in non-volatile
memory, but doing so requires the station to be connected to a 24Vdc power supply.
Note: USB 3.0 support is only available on the 900CS10
Contents of package
Check that you received the following items.
• Control Station
• Panel Gasket
• Template for panel cutout
• Hardware packet for mounting unit into panel
• Power connector (3 terminals)
• Documentation CD
Supplied separately
• Flash Memory Module (optional) Note: The Flash Memory Module must be a UL approved component
Smart Modular Technologies model SG9CF (UL Listed Directory Category NWGQ) to maintain UL
station approval when installed.
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Safety Summary
WARNING - EXPLOSION HAZARD
DO NOT DISCONNECT EQUIPMENT WHILE THE CIRCUIT IS LIVE OR UNLESS
THE AREA IS KNOWN TO BE FREE OF IGNITABLE CONCENTRATIONS
WARNING - EXPLOSION HAZARD
SUBSTITUTION OF ANY COMPONENT MAY IMPAIR SUITABILITY FOR CLASS
I, DIVISION 2
WARNING - EXPLOSION HAZARD
BATTERIES MUST ONLY BE CHANGED IN AN AREA KNOWN TO BE
NON-HAZARDOUS.
BATTERIES MUST BE UL RECOGNIZED (UL RECOGNIZED
COMPONENT DIRECTORY CATEGORY BBCV2) LITHIUM BATTERIES
TYPE CR2025 MANUFACTURED BY SANYO ENERGY CORP. OR
VARTA BATTERIE AG OR PANASONIC.
WARNING - EXPLOSION HAZARD
DO NOT CONNECT OR DISCONNECT CABLES WHILE POWER IS APPLIED
UNLESS AREA IS KNOWN TO BE NON-HAZARDOUS. USB PORT IS FOR
SYSTEM SET-UP AND DIAGNOSTICS AND IS NOT INTENDED FOR
PERMANENT CONNECTION
WARNING - EXPLOSION HAZARD
THE AREA MUST BE KNOWN TO BE NON-HAZARDOUS BEFORE SERVICING /
REPLACING THE UNIT AND BEFORE INSTALLING OR REMOVING I/O WIRING.
ATTENTION
Failure to follow these installation instructions could result in diminished performance
and/or invalidate the UL approvals.
Approvals
UL Listed
CSA Certified
FM Approved
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for use in Hazardous (Classified) locations – Class I, Division 2,
Groups A, B, C and D
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Installation procedure overview
Refer to the pages shown for details on each step.
See page
Step
1. INSTALL FLASH MEMORY MODULE (IF PURCHASED SEPARATELY)
3
2. MOUNT THE CONTROL STATION
4
3. CONNECT TO EARTH GROUND
6
4. MOUNT AND CONNECT POWER SUPPLY
6
5. CONNECT COMMUNICATIONS
7
1. Install Flash Memory Module (if purchased separately)
Step
Action
1
With the 900 Control Station positioned face forward, and with connectors on the bottom, locate the
Flash Memory Module receptacle through the access hole on the right side of the case.
Rear
2
Face
Insert the Flash Memory Module into the connector, being sure the card is fully engaged in its
receptacle. Note the card is keyed to assure proper orientation.
Note
Control Station supports a minimum of 4MB and a maximum of 2GB Compact Flash memory card.
Note
The Flash Memory Module should not be installed or removed while the Control Station has power
applied.
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2. Mount the Control Station
Model 900CS10-00
Step
Action
ATTENTION
If the 900 Control Station is replacing an existing product, contact your local Honeywell
representative for instructions.
1
Using the drawing below, cut panel hole. You can use the cardboard template as a rough guide but
be sure to measure against the drawing below before cutting. Drill holes using a 3/16 inch (4.76mm)
size drill bit. Remove any loose material from the mounting cut-out to prevent that material from
falling into the Control Station during installation.
2
Mount the gasket by placing its 14 holes over the Control Station’s 14 mounting bolts. Push gasket all
the way on to the mounting bolts. Insert Control Station into panel cutout.
3
Install the 14 kep nuts provided with the Control Station. Tighten evenly for uniform gasket
compression. Do not tighten the kep nuts beyond a maximum of 17 inch-pounds (1.92 N-m) or you
may cause damage to the Control Station’s front panel.
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Model 900CS15-00
Step
Action
1
Using the drawing below, cut panel hole. You can use the cardboard template as a rough guide but
be sure to measure against the drawing below before cutting. Drill holes using a 3/16 inch (4.76mm)
size drill bit. Remove any loose material from the mounting cut-out to prevent that material from
falling into the Control Station during installation.
2
Mount the gasket by placing its 22 holes over the Control Station’s 22 mounting bolts. Push gasket all
the way on to the mounting bolts. Insert Control Station into panel cutout.
3
Install the 22 kep nuts provided with the Control Station. Tighten evenly for uniform gasket
compression. Do not tighten the kep nuts beyond a maximum of 17 inch-pounds (1.92 N-m) or you
may cause damage to the Control Station’s front panel.
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General wiring considerations
•
Use only Class I, Division 2 wiring methods as specified in the National Electrical Code NFPA70
and the Canadian Electrical Code C22.1.
•
The Control Station cables contain low voltages. Keep cables away from high voltage wires that can
cause interference.
•
CE testing was performed with shielded, twisted pair cables. For noise reduction tips, see
Honeywell document 51-52-05-01, How to Apply Digital Instrumentation in Severe Electrical
Noise Environments.
ATTENTION
The emission limits of EN 55011 (CISPR11) are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when this equipment is operated in an industrial environment.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area may cause harmful interference. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and may cause
interference to radio and television reception when the equipment is used closer than 30
meters to the antenna (e). In special cases, when highly susceptible apparatus is used in close
proximity, the user may have to employ additional mitigating measures to further reduce the
electromagnetic emissions of this equipment.
3. Connect to earth ground
The back of the unit has a chassis ground terminal identified with the symbol
earth ground (protective earth).
. Connect this terminal to
The chassis ground is not connected to signal common of the unit electronics. Maintaining isolation between
earth ground and signal common is not required to operate the unit, but when connecting the HC900
controller to the unit using the recommended shielded CAT5 Ethernet cable, a path to earth ground is created
via the Ethernet shield of the controller. Other equipment connected to the unit may require isolation
between signal common and earth ground. To maintain isolation, care must be taken when connections are
made to the unit. For example, a power supply with isolation between its signal common and earth ground
must be used.
Connecting a device via a USB cable may also connect signal common and earth ground. The shield of the
USB’s connector at the host may be connected to earth ground. A USB’s shield may also be connected to
signal common.
4. Mount and connect power supply
The Control Station requires a 24 VDC power supply rated at 29 W or more. Your unit may draw
considerably less than rated power depending upon the options being used. As additional features are used
your unit will draw increasing amounts of power. Items that could cause increases in current are additional
communications, Flash Memory Module, and other features programmed using Station Designer software.
It is important that the power supply is mounted and wired correctly if the unit is to operate reliably. Please
take care to observe the following points.
• A 10” model requires a minimum of 29 Watts of power supply and a 15” model requires a minimum of 46
Watts of power supply.
• The power supply should be mounted close to the unit. Recommended not more than 6 feet (1.8 m) of cable
between the supply and the Control Station. Ideally, the shortest length possible should be used.
• A power supply with isolation between its signal common and earth ground must be used.
• The wire used to connect the power supply to the Control Station should be at least 22-gage wire. If a
longer cable run is used, a heavier gage wire should be used.
• The routing of the cable should be kept away from large contactors, inverters, and other devices which may
generate significant electrical noise.
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• A power supply with a Class 2 or SELV rating should be used. A Class 2 or SELV power supply provides
isolation to accessible circuits from hazardous voltage levels generated by a mains power supply due to
single faults. SELV is an acronym for “safety extra-low voltage.” Safety extra-low voltage circuits shall
exhibit voltages safe to touch both under normal operating conditions and after a single fault, such as a
breakdown of a layer of basic insulation or after the failure of a single component has occurred.
• If the power supply will be mounted in a hazardous location, it must be rated for Class I, Div. 2 by an
OSHA recognized NRTL, such as UL or FM.
• Using the terminal block provided, connect the power supply’s +24Vdc lead to terminal 2 and the Common
lead to terminal 1. See figure below. Plug the terminal block into the connector located on the bottom
of the interface.
5. Connect communications
Overview
Connections and ports used depend on the architecture of your installation.
See architecture examples starting on page 8.
For cabling and connections, see page 11.
For details on connections to devices other than the Control Station, see HC900 Hybrid Controller
Installation and User Guide, document number 51-52-25-107.
When your connections are finished, installation is complete and your unit is ready to be configured. Refer to
the appropriate manuals for details.
NOTE: The 15" control station can be programmed using only the Ethernet, serial and compact flash card.
The 900CS15's USB programming port conflicts with today’s PCs so it's advisable to use Ethernet ports for
configuration changes. This problem has been observed only with the 15" control station; the 10" control
station has not shown any problems with its USB ports.
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Example #1
900 Control Station
HC900
Controller
C30, C50, C70 CPU
10/100Base-T
100m max.
Use shielded CAT5 cable with RJ45 connectors. Connect to HC900 Ethernet port. (On models C70 and
C70R with two ports E1 and E2; either port can be used.)
Example #2
Experion LS, SpecView
or 3rd Party Software
900 Control Station
Ethernet
Switch
Ethernet
10/100Base-T
100m each
HC900
Controller
C30, C50, C70 CPU
Use shielded CAT5 cable with RJ45 connectors. Connect to HC900 Ethernet port. (On models C70 and
C70R with two ports E1 and E2; either port can be used.)
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Example #3
Experion LS, SpecView
or 3rd Party Software
900 Control Station
Ethernet
10/100Base-T
100m each
HC900
Controller
C70 CPU (with 2 Ethernet ports)
Use shielded CAT5 cable with RJ45 connectors. Connect to HC 900 to E2 of the C70 CPU and connect the
host PC to E1.
Example #4
900 Control Station
HC900
Controller
C30, C50, C70 CPU
RS 485
2000 ft. max.
Connect to HC900 RS485 port with unterminated switch settings. S2 port is RS485 terminated by default;
S1 port can be configured as RS485.
RS-485 terminated
(last link in network)
RS-485 with external
bias, unterminated
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1234
RS-485 unterminated
ON
RS-232
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See manual 51-52-25-107 for full details.
Note: Ethernet connections will provide faster performance than RS-485.
Example #5
Experion LS, SpecView
or 3rd Party Software
900 Control Station
Ethernet
or
RS-485
(Non-redundant)
Ethernet
Switch
10/100 base-T
Dual
Ethernet support
B
A
100 base-T
Up to 100m
HC900 Redundant Controller
C70R CPU
Connect to C70R using either RS-485 or Ethernet. Communication redundancy is not supported using both
RS 485 and Ethernet. Communications to the Lead CPU is maintained following a CPU failover event.
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Example #6
Connect to C70R using dual Ethernet cables.
Example #7
900 Control Station 2
900 Control Station 3
900 Control Station 1
Ethernet
Switch
Ethernet
10/100Base-T
100m each
HC900
Controller
C30, C50, C70 CPU
Up to 3 Control Stations may be connected to a HC900 controller using Ethernet. Multiple stations via RS
485 are not supported.
Cables
Ethernet
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Ethernet communications are recommended for best performance.
Use shielded CAT5 cable (Honeywell part no. 514514032). Cable length must be less than 100 meters. For
longer distances use Ethernet switches between cables. The use of Ethernet cables in excess of 100 meters
may cause transmission delays that could have adverse affects on performance.
RS485
For RS485 between Control Station and HC900, construct a cable as follows.
1.
Cut off one connector of the shielded CAT5 cable.
2.
Connect the wires indicated to the 3-plug connector that was supplied with the HC900 CPU module.
See table below.
Shielded CAT5 cable
3-plug connector
1
2
3
Signal
Pin
Shield (aluminumpolyester foil tape with 26
AWG stranded drain wire)
3.
Terminal
Connect to
1
TXA
2
Connect to
2
TXB
1
Connect to
3
RXA
3
RXB
4
TXEN
5
Common
6
TXB
7
Connect to
3
TXA
8
Connect to
2
Cut off any unused wires in the cable and insulate with heat shrink tubing or other appropriate
insulating material.
This connector plugs into the HC900’s RS485 port; the RJ45 connector plugs into the Control Station’s
RS485 port.
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RS232 Communications
If using RS232 communications to have the station communicate with other Honeywell or Modbuscompatible equipment, create a communications cable as follows.
RJ12 connector
6
Connector of slave device
9
1
8
7
6
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5
4
3
2
1
Terminal no.
Signal
Terminal no.
Signal
1
CTS
7
RTS
2
RX
3
TXD
3
Ground
5
Ground
4
Ground
1
DCD
5
TX
2
RXD
6
RTS
8
CTS
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Specifications – apply to all models unless specified.
Environmental
Operating Temperature Range: 0 to 50 °C (32 to 122 F)
Storage Temperature Range: -20 to 70 °C (-4 to 158 °F)
Operating and Storage Humidity: 80% maximum relative humidity (non-condensing) from
0 to 50°C.
Vibration According to IEC 68-2-6: 5 to 150 Hz, in X, Y, Z direction for 1.5 hours, 2 g.
Shock According to IEC 68-2-27: Operational 35 g, 9 msec in 3 directions.
Type 4X Indoor use only Enclosure rating (face only), UL50.
IP66 Enclosure rating (face only), IEC529.
Altitude: Up to 2000 meters.
Safety
EN 61010-1 – 2001. CE Mark requirements for General Purpose (Ordinary Location)
Safety.
ANSI/UL 61010-1 – 2005, Second Edition. General Purpose (Ordinary Location) Safety.
UL evaluated to CSA C22.2 No. 61010-1-2004- Second Edition. General Purpose
(Ordinary Location) Safety.
UL, CSA and FM Class I, Div 2 Groups A,B,C and D
Electromagnetic
Compatibility
IEC61326 - 2005 CE Mark EMC requirements for electrical equipment for measurement,
control and laboratory use.
Immunity to Industrial Locations:
ESD
IEC 61000-4-2
Criterion A
4kV contact discharge
8kV air discharge
EM field
IEC 61000-4-3
Criterion A
10 V/m (80 MHz to 1 GHz)
3 V/m (1.4 GHz to 2 GHz)
1 V/m (2.0 GHz to 2.7 GHz)
Electrical Fast
Transient/Burst
IEC 61000-4-4
Criterion A
2kV power
1kV I/O signal/control,
including functional earth lines
Surge
IEC 61000-4-5
Criterion B
1kV L-L, 2kV L-Gnd power
1kV I/O signal/control,
including functional earth lines
Conducted RF
IEC 61000-4-6
Criterion A
3Vrms Power and all I/O
Magnetic field
IEC 61000-4-8
Criterion A
30A/m
EN 55011
(CISPR11)
Class A
Emissions:
Emissions
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Warranty/Remedy
Honeywell warrants goods of its manufacture as being free of defective materials and faulty workmanship.
Contact your local sales office for warranty information. If warranted goods are returned to Honeywell
during the period of coverage, Honeywell will repair or replace without charge those items it finds defective.
The foregoing is Buyer's sole remedy and is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied,
including those of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Specifications may change
without notice. The information we supply is believed to be accurate and reliable as of this printing.
However, we assume no responsibility for its use.
While we provide application assistance personally, through our literature and the Honeywell web site, it is
up to the customer to determine the suitability of the product in the application
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