B1100-09049 SMP I/O Datasheet

B1100-09049 SMP I/O Datasheet
DATASHEET
SMP I/O Datasheet
The SMP I/O is a substation-grade distributed I/O module designed for today’s
substations. It supports binary input and binary output cards, operates with AC or
DC voltage, and communicates using the DNP3 protocol over serial RS-485, or TCP/IP
using fiber or copper Ethernet. It can be used with the Cybectec SMP Gateway, or as
a stand-alone I/O module that connects directly to a DNP3 master station.
Contents
Features, Benefits and Applications .............................................................................2
Product Overview.........................................................................................................2
SMP I/O Description .............................................................................................................. 3
Communications ................................................................................................................... 4
Binary Outputs...................................................................................................................... 5
Binary Input Cards ................................................................................................................ 5
aAnalog Input Cards.............................................................................................................. 6
Configuration ........................................................................................................................ 6
SMP I/O Manager Software.................................................................................................... 7
SMP Tools ............................................................................................................................ 8
Sample SMP I/O Wiring Diagram............................................................................................ 9
Quebec City
730 Commercial Street
Suite 200
Saint-Jean-Chrysostome, Quebec
Canada G6Z 2C5
Phone: +1 (418) 834-0009
Fax: +1 (514) 227-5256
Montreal
1290 St. Denis Street
Suite 300
Montreal, Quebec
Canada H2X 3J7
Phone: +1 (514) 845-6195
Fax: +1 (514) 227-5256
www.cooperpowereas.com
©2009 Cooper Industries.
All Rights Reserved.
B1100-09049
June 2009
New Issue
Applications................................................................................................................10
Using SMP I/O for Simple Monitoring Applications ................................................................. 10
Using SMP I/O with an SMP Gateway ................................................................................... 10
Features .....................................................................................................................12
General Specifications ......................................................................................................... 12
Supply Options ................................................................................................................... 12
Communication Ports .......................................................................................................... 12
Binary Inputs ...................................................................................................................... 12
Binary Outputs.................................................................................................................... 13
Analog Inputs ..................................................................................................................... 13
Accessories......................................................................................................................... 13
Type Tests ..................................................................................................................14
Environmental..................................................................................................................... 14
Electromagnetic Interference (EMI)...................................................................................... 14
Supply................................................................................................................................ 14
Accessories......................................................................................................................... 15
Temperature Derating................................................................................................16
Ambient Temperature Reduction (oC) for an I/O Cards .......................................................... 16
DNP3 Device Profile ...................................................................................................17
DNP V3.0 Implementation Table................................................................................19
Dimension Drawing ....................................................................................................24
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Features, Benefits and Applications
The SMP I/O replaces traditional centralized RTU installations. It is a scalable,
distributed monitoring and control device perfectly adapted to today’s substation
automation requirements.
Substation grade. The SMP I/O meets industrial and utility standards for vibration,
electrical surges, fast transients, and extreme temperature ranges.
Designed for growth. The SMP I/O input and output cards can be added in
minutes, without removing the unit from the rack.
Seamless networking. The SMP I/O includes 1 Ethernet and 1 RS-485 port. It uses
the industry-standard DNP3 protocol.
Reduced engineering effort. The SMP I/O saves on cabling, commissioning and
configuration time, especially when it is used with the Cybectec SMP Gateway.
Its removable connectors speed up hardware changes.
Accurate data. The SMP I/O’s error detection features ensure data integrity
between the data point and the control center. It supports IRIG-B
synchronization for precise timestamping.
Product Overview
SCADA
MAINTENANCE
ASSET
MANAGEMENT
IRIG-B
SMP GATEWAY
SMP I/O
IED
EQUIPMENT
MONITORING
AND CONTROL
BREAKER
TRANSFORMER
PROTECTION RELAY
SECURITY AND SAFETY
ACCESS CONTROL
FIRE
GAS
BUZZER /SIREN
CONTROL
ENVIRONMENTAL,
MONITORING
AND CONTROL
HVAC
HEATER
TEMPERATURE
SMP I/O typical application
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SMP I/O Description
The SMP I/O is composed of a base unit that can accept up to four field-installable
I/O cards. The base unit provides 2 programmable form-C output relays, RS-485 and
Ethernet communications interfaces, and an IRIG-B interface.
All wiring is on the rear panel, through removable terminal blocks. The front panel
displays the status of the device and the state of all I/O signals. A Local/Remote
control disables all control commands from the master station, for operator safety
during system maintenance.
CLOCK
SYNCHRONIZATION
ETHERNET
ACTIVITY
BASE UNIT
SELECTED
RELAYS
I/O CARD
STATUS
INDIVIDUAL
I/O STATUS
LOCAL/REMOTE
TOGGLE
POWER
SOFTWARE RS-485
WATCHDOG ACTIVITY
LOCAL MODE
INDICATOR
GENERAL SELECT
I/O CARD
STATUS
TO DISPLAY
LED
SMP I/O front panel
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INPUT CARD
INPUT OR OUTPUT CARD
INPUT CARD
INPUT OR OUTPUT CARD
POWER SUPPLY
INPUT
TERMINAL BLOCK
RS-485
GROUND
CONNECTION
IRIG-B
AND
RS-485
CONNECTORS
ETHERNET
CONNECTOR
POWER
SUPPLY
GROUND
BUILT-IN
FORM-C RELAY
CONNECTORS
SMP I/O back panel
Note: The wall mount enclosure has the same LED, buttons and terminal blocks as
the rack-mount. Refer to dimension drawing at the end of this document for more
details.
Up to 4 I/O cards can be inserted into the SMP I/O, for a total of 34 points per
SMP I/O.
Up to 2 output cards can be inserted in slots B and D. Each output card has 8
outputs, for a maximum of 18 output relays per SMP I/O.
Up to 4 input cards can be added, in any slot (A, B, C, D). Each input card has 8
inputs, for a maximum of 32 input points per SMP I/O.
Up to 3 analog input cards can be added, in slot A, B and/or C. Each input card has 8
inputs, for a maximum of 24 analog input points per SMP I/O.
Externally, all card types are similar, with two screw terminals per point. I/O cards
can be added and removed using a simple screwdriver, without removing the
SMP I/O from the rack. All connections are made through removable terminal blocks.
All connectors are keyed to prevent accidental insertions that would damage the I/O
module or its peripherals.
The wall mount enclosure provide the same features as the 19” rack mount, uses the
same I/O cards, but provides different packaging for different space installation. The
front panel can be rotated to accommodate different mounting sides.
Communications
The SMP I/O is accessible via the DNP3 protocol over RS-485 or TCP/IP. It has one
RS-485 serial port and one Ethernet connector (copper or fiber).
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The SMP I/O is compatible with any DNP3 master station. It is a level 2 DNP3 device
and thus supports report-by-exception for reduced bandwidth usage.
The SMP I/O’s clock can be synchronized by the DNP3 protocol, or by an external
IRIG-B time source for greater accuracy.
Binary Outputs
The SMP I/O supports up to 18 control relays. The base unit provides two built-in
Form C relays that can be used to report the current system state or control external
devices. One or two field-installable 8 port binary output cards can also be inserted in
slots B and D, in the bottom row.
The SMP I/O binary outputs are specially designed for the power industry. They
provide the following characteristics:
High load carrying capability reduces the need for interposing relays.
Each relay output is monitored by an input point that provides the state of a second
auxiliary contact. If the auxiliary contact does not match the requested output
state, data quality is marked as bad, and the front-panel LED turns red.
Outputs are protected against single component failure. The relay control circuit is
designed so that the failure of a single component cannot accidentally energize
the relay.
Each output relay can be configured for the following behavior:
Trip-close pair: One address is used to control two relays. When the master station
sends an Open command, the first relay is pulsed. When the master station
sends a Close command, the second relay is pulsed. Trip-close relays are paired
as follows: 1- 2, 3-4, 5-6 and 7-8. The two built-in relays can also be paired.
Latch: Energize or de-energize the relay upon reception of a master station
command.
Pulse: Energize the relay for a specified duration. The duration can be preset or
provided by the master station.
Pulse to open and pulse to close: Two separate addresses are used to control the
relay. The master station pulses one address to energize the relay, and a
different address to de-energize the relay.
The current state of each binary output is monitored by an associated binary input. In
case of a malfunction, the quality of this input will be marked as bad.
Binary Input Cards
The SMP I/O binary input cards provide 8 electrically independent opto-isolated
connections. Various binary input cards models are available for all commonly used
voltage ranges. Cards with different voltage ranges can be installed in the same unit.
The SMP I/O input circuitry is specially designed to ensure at least 10% hysteresis at
all temperatures, ensuring noise immunity over the complete temperature range.
An advanced debouncing filter provides additional stability when reading status
changes. The inputs can be inverted to support negative-going impulses.
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The optional error detection circuit adds a second independent circuit for each input.
If a discrepancy between inputs is detected, a front-panel LED turns red and the data
quality is marked as bad.
Each binary input is mapped to three DNP3 data points that provide:
•
the current state;
•
the count of pulses or transitions;
•
the frozen count.
Analog Input Cards
a
An analog input card has 8 isolated inputs that can be used to measure either voltage
or current values. It is designed for DC value measurements only, it not intended for
AC measurements. The analog card is equipped with a Delta-Sigma 16 bits ADC for
each channel and is factory calibrated to ensure high accuracy reading over all the
operation temperature range.
In addition to the real-time values, the analog input card provides the minimum and
maximum reach for every input. Four alarm and warning threshold values can also be
set for every input.
There are two models of analog input card. The standard model has the following
characteristics:
•
1500 VAC / 2100 VDC channel to ground isolation
•
Can be inserted in slots A, B and/or C. Slot D can still be used to insert any
other type of I/O card.
The high isolation model has the following characteristics:
•
1500 VAC / 2100 VDC channel to ground isolation
•
1500 VAC / 2100 VDC channel to channel galvanic isolation (each channel is
electrically totally independent)
•
Can only be inserted in slots A and/or C. Slot B and D can still be used to
insert any other type of I/O card.
Apart from those characteristics, the two card models share the exact same
functionalities and characteristics.
Configuration
Configuring the SMP I/O is a simple two-step process. First, you connect the device
to your network and configure the communication settings using SMP I/O Manager.
Then, you use SMP Config to attach the SMP I/O to an SMP Gateway and configure
the operation of binary outputs and the processing of binary inputs.
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You can also use SMP I/O Manager to perform all configuration steps for applications
where the SMP I/O is not used with an SMP Gateway.
SMP I/O Manager Software
The SMP I/O Manager software automatically locates all SMP I/O devices connected
to the network segment. Select the appropriate SMP I/O and perform the following
operations:
Configure TCP/IP and RS-485 communications settings.
Configure DNP3 settings.
Configure the built-in firewall to limit connections to specific IP addresses or
subnetworks.
Lock the settings to prevent accidental or malevolent configuration changes.
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SMP Tools
The SMP I/O is designed to integrate seamlessly with the Cybectec SMP Gateway.
The SMP Config tool provides a quick configuration wizard that detects the SMP I/O
configuration and automatically sets up all DNP3 indexes, default names and
descriptions. You will only need to configure output modes and input processing
functions.
The SMP Gateway built-in web server provides an easy way to view all I/O signals
using a standard SMP web browser.
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Sample SMP I/O Wiring Diagram
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Applications
Using SMP I/O for Simple Monitoring Applications
With a standalone SMP I/O, a master station can monitor and control remote devices
using the DNP3 protocol, with accurate IRIG-B time-stamping, effectively replacing a
traditional RTU.
Multiple SMP I/O devices can be distributed throughout the substation using an
RS-485 multi-drop architecture, or using either copper or fiber Ethernet.
SCADA
DNP3
ETHERNET
OR SERIAL
COMMUNICATIONS
SMP I/O
EQUIPMENT
MONITORING
AND CONTROL
BREAKER
TRANSFORMER
PROTECTION RELAY
SECURITY AND SAFETY
ACCESS CONTROL
FIRE
GAS
BUZZER /SIREN
CONTROL
ENVIRONMENTAL,
MONITORING
AND CONTROL
HVAC
HEATER
TEMPERATURE
Using SMP I/O with an SMP Gateway
While SMP I/O can be used as a standalone device, it is designed to interoperate
seamlessly with the SMP Gateway. When using the Cybectec SMP Gateway, besides
acting as a DNP3 master, the SMP Gateway extends the capabilities of the SMP I/O
by adding the following capabilities:
Integrate devices using legacy protocols such as MODICON MODBUS, TEJAS,
COOPER 2179, or new modern protocols such as IEC 61850 and IEC 60870-5104.
Provide maintenance and engineering users with passthrough access to substation
IEDs.
Support local operation using the Annunciator/HMI option.
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Implement local automation functions using the built-in logic processor and SoftPLC.
Distribute accurate time using the Cybectec SMP Gateway built-in GPS clock option.
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Features
General Specifications
Dimensions
Rack-mount 1U
1.72 in. H x 19 in. W x 8 in. L
43.6 mm H 482.6 mm W x 203.2 mm L
Wall-mount
4” H x 11.9” W x 6.85” L
101 mm H 302 mm W x 174 mm L
Operating
Rack-mount
-40°C to 80°C (-40°F to 176°F)
See elevated temperature section for
continuous maximum operation.
Wall-Mount
-40°C to +75°C (-40°F to +167°F)
Storage
-40°C to 85°C (-40°F to 185°F)
Humidity
5 to 95%, non-condensing
MTBF
MIL-HDBK-217
Telcordia SR-232
Maximum altitude
2000 m
Terminal blocks
I/O connection
300V / 15A max
28-12 AWG Solid Wire
30-12 AWG Stranded Wire
Wire screw max torque = 6 in-lbf
Terminal block screw max torque = 4 in-lbf
Low-voltage model
Rated supply voltage: 24-48 VDC
Input voltage range: 18-75 VDC
Inrush current: 1.18 A/18 VDC
Power consumption: up to 15 watts
High-voltage model
Rated supply voltage: 110-250 VDC / 110-240 VAC
Input voltage range: 100-300 VDC / 85-264 VAC
Frequency range: 50/60 Hz
Inrush current: 18 A/120 VAC,
36 A/230 VAC
Power consumption: up to 15 watts
Ethernet options
10/100BASE-TX
100BASE-FX, up to 2 km
RJ-45 connector
LC connector, multimode 1300 nm
RS-485
Multi-drop 2 wires, up to 1200 m (4000 ft.)
and 32 devices.
Terminal blocks
Demodulated 2V high level detection,
Vin max up to 12 VDC, Opto-isolated
Terminal blocks
Current sink at 5 V IRIG-B; 5.7 mA
Current sink at 12 V IRIG-B; 15.7 mA
Independent opto-isolated
24 VDC
48 VDC
110 VDC
125 VDC
220 VDC
250 VDC
On:
On:
On:
On:
On:
On:
Current sink
EDC input option*
Non-EDC input option*
4 mA maximum
2 mA maximum
Hysteresis ratio
10% noise immunity guarantee
All voltage detection threshold
22.5 years at 25°C
35.36 years at 25°C
Supply Options
Communication Ports
Time Tagging
IRIG-B
Binary Inputs
* EDC = Error Detection Circuit
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18.3 - 30 VDC, Off: 5.5 VDC
37.5 - 60 VDC, Off: 10.5 VDC
82.5 – 137.5 VDC, Off: 21.3 VDC
91.5 – 156 VDC, Off: 23.5 VDC
169.5 - 275VDC, Off: 42.2 VDC
187.5 – 312.5 VDC, Off: 46.5 VDC
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Binary Outputs
Processor relays
Form C relays
300 VAC/150 VDC, 12.5 J MOV protection
across contact pairs
Expansion card relays
Form A relays
300 VAC/150 VDC, 12.5 J MOV protection
across contact pairs
Operating time
Pickup 7 ms typical
Dropout 4 ms typical
Rating
8 A at 250 VAC resistive
8 A at 30 VDC resistive
0.4 A at 125 VDC resistive
0.2 A at 150 VDC resistive
½ HP at 125 VAC , ¼ HP at 250 VAC
All relay types
Rated insulation voltage
300 VRMS
All relay types
Maximum voltage
400 VAC/150 VDC
All relay types
Continuous carry
10 A at 85 °C
All relay types
Maximum
75 A for 1 second
All relay types
Minimum load
10mA at 5Vdc
Cycling capacity (2.5 cycles/second)
per IEC 60255-0-20:1974
24 VDC / 8 A
48 VDC / 0.5 A
Breaking capacity (10,000 operations) 125 VDC / 0.3 A
per IEC 60255-0-20:1974
150 VDC / 0.2 A
Make and carry
All relay types
L/R= 40 ms
L/R= 40 ms
All relay types
L/R= 40 ms
L/R= 40 ms
All relay types
30 A as IEEE-C37.90.1989
Analog Inputs
Input Range:
Voltage mode:
Current mode:
± 10V
± 4ma
Input Impedance:
Voltage mode:
Current mode:
> 10 Mohms
2.5 kohms
Resolution:
16 Bits
Accuracy:
Isolation:
Operation mode (voltage or current) is
configurable via jumpers
Current mode targeted toward 0-1 mA
transducers with over-range capability
Voltage mode:
Current mode:
± 0.02% of full scale @ 25°C
± 0.05% of 0-1mA scale @ 25°C
Standard model:
1500 VAC / 2100 VDC channel to ground
High Isolation model:
1500 VAC / 2100 VDC channel to ground
1500 VAC / 2100 VDC channel to channel
CMR @ 50/60Hz
±0.0015% / °C
±0.0015% / °C
Factory calibrated
On the HIM model, each input channel is
totally electrically independent (galvanic
isolation)
> 90 dB
Accessories
Jumper strap
Aluminum 6061
Insulating: Black epoxy UL-94V0
8 pos. 0.4 inch pin space
Maximum current: 15 A
Maximum voltage: 300 V
TBD
TBD
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Type Tests
Environmental
Dry heat
IEC 60068-2-2:1974
85°C, 16 hours
Cold
IEC 60068-2-2:1974
-40°C, 24 hours
5 cold boot in 16 hours
Sinusoidal vibration - response
IEC 60255-21-1:1988, Class 1
0.5 g from 10-150 Hz all axis
Sinusoidal vibration – endurance
IEC 60255-21-1:1988, Class 2
2 g from 10-150 Hz all axis
Shock resistance
IEC 60255-21-2:1988, Class 1
5 g all axis powered
15 g all axis
Sinusoidal vibration – seismic
IEC 60255-21-3:1993, Method A, Class 2
2 g all axis powered
10 g all axis
Sinusoidal vibration – stationary
IEC 870-2-2:1996, Class B
1 g and 1.5 g from 2-500 Hz all axis
Damp heat, steady state:
IEC 600068-2-78:2001
40°C, 93% relative humidity, 4 days
Damp heat, cyclic:
IEC 60068-2-30:1980 + A1:1985
25-55°C, 6 Cycles, 95% relative humidity
Flammability
UL94-V0
UL224 VW-1
System
Internal harnesses
Electromagnetic Interference (EMI)
Impulse
IEC 60255-5:2000
IEEE C37.90-1989
5
5
5
5
5
kV
kV
kV
kV
kV
0.5 J on supply
0.5 J on relay outputs
0.5 J on digital inputs
0.5 J on IRIG-B input
0.5 J on analog inputs
Dielectric
IEC 60255-5:2000
IEEE C37.90-1989
2500 VAC - 3500 VDC on relay BO (I/O)
3000 VAC - 4000 VDC on digital inputs
2500 VAC - 4000 VDC on IRIG-B input
500 VAC - 1000 VDC on RJ 45 port
1500 VAC - 2100 VDC on relay CPU
1500 VAC – 2100 VDC on analog inputs
Electrostatic discharge immunity
IEC 61000-4-2: 2001, Level 4
IEC 60255-22-2: 1996
IEEE 37.90.3-2001
8 kV contact on enclosure
8 kV contact on RJ-45 shield
8 kV contact on LC shield
15 kV air on supply contacts
15 kV air on IRIG-B contacts
15 kV air on RS-485 contacts
15 kV air on relay contacts
15 kV air on digital input contacts
15 kV air on analog inputs
Radiated RF immunity
IEC 61000-4-3: 2000, Level 3
10 V/m 80-1000 MHz
Fast transient/burst immunity
IEC 61000-4-4: 1995 + A1: 2000, Level 4
4 kV at 2.5 kHz on supply
2 kV at 5 kHz on all other ports
Surge immunity
IEC 61000-4-5: 2001, Level 4
4 kV common on all ports
2 kV differential on all ports
2 kV common on all analog inputs
Conducted RF immunity
IEC 61000-4-6: 2004, Level 3
140 dBµV (10 Vrms) from 150 kHz to
80 MHz
Magnetic field immunity
IEC 61000-4-8:2001
1000 A/m for 3 seconds
100 A/m for 1 minute
Damp oscillatory wave immunity and
surge withstand capability immunity
IEC 61000-4-12: 1995 + A1: 2000, Level 3
IEC 60255-22-1: 2005
2.5 kV common on all ports 1 kV
differential on all ports
RF radiated disturbance
IEC CISPR-22: 1997 + A1: 2000, Class A
RF conducted disturbance
IEC CISPR-22: 1997 + A1: 2000, Class A
Supply
Voltage variation immunity for AC
equipment
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Polarity inversion for DC equipment
SN-62.1008d: 1997
Accidental grounding immunity for DC
equipment
SN-62.1008d: 1997
Short interruption for DC equipment
SN-62.1008d: 1997
Voltage dips for DC equipment
SN-62.1008d: 1997
Residual wave for DC equipment
SN-62.1008d: 1997
For 1 minute
5%PK-PK of VIN at 120 Hz
Accessories
Jumper strap
IEC 60695-11-5: Flame test
IEC 60950-1: Paragraph 2.6.3.4
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Temperature De-rating
Ambient Temperature Reduction (oC) for an I/O Cards
Maximum value
Duty factor
BO Card
BI Card
(Without EDC)
BI Card
(With EDC)
6A
Continuous
7.5
N/A
N/A
3A
Continuous
5.0
N/A
N/A
0A
Continuous
2.5
N/A
N/A
250 VDC
Continuous
N/A
5
10
220 VDC
Continuous
N/A
4.5
9
125 VDC
Continuous
N/A
2.5
5
110 VDC
Continuous
N/A
2.25
4.5
48 VDC
Continuous
N/A
1
2
24 VDC
Continuous
N/A
0.5
1
Ambient Temperature Reduction (oC) for Analog
cards
Rack-Mount model Wall-Mount Model
High-isolation model
IOA or IOC
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14
IOA + IOC
21
17.5
1
1
Standard Model
IOA or IOB or IOC
Rack-Mount Enclosure CPU Board with Copper Ethernet Interface
∆T ≥ 5oC ; Ta = 85oC – (IOA + IOB + IOC + IOD)
∆T ≤ 5oC ; Ta = 80oC
Rack-Mount Enclosure CPU Board with Fiber Ethernet Interface
∆T ≥ 17oC ; Ta = 85oC – (IOA + IOB + IOC + IOD)
∆T ≤ 17oC ; Ta = 68oC
Wall-Mount Enclosure (All Models)
Ta = 75oC – (IOA + IOB + IOC + IOD)
Where
∆T is the SUM of I/O slot temperature de-rating (IOA + IOB + IOC + IOD)
Ta is the ambient temperature
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DNP3 Device Profile
DNP V3.00
DEVICE PROFILE DOCUMENT
Vendor Name:
Cooper Power Systems
Device Name:
SMP I/O
Highest DNP Level Supported:
For Requests:
For Responses:
Level 2
Level 2
Device Function:
Master
Slave
Notable objects, functions, and/or qualifiers supported in addition to the Highest DNP Levels Supported
(the complete list is described in the attached table):
Maximum Data Link Frame Size (bytes):
Transmitted:
Received:
292
292
Maximum Data Link Retries:
Maximum Application Fragment Size
(bytes):
Transmitted:
Received:
1024
512
Maximum Application Layer Retries:
None
None
Fixed at _______________________
Configurable
Configurable from 0 to 255, default
value set to 2.
Requires Data Link Layer Confirmation:
Never
Always
Sometimes
Configurable as: Never (default), Sometimes (for multi-frame fragments), or Always.
Requires Application Layer Confirmation:
Never
Always
When reporting Event Data
When sending multi-fragment responses
Sometimes
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Timeouts while waiting for:
Data Link Confirm
None
Fixed at ____
Variable
Configurable
Complete Appl. Fragment
None
Fixed at ____
Variable
Configurable
Application Confirm
None
Fixed at ____
Variable
Configurable
Complete Appl. Response
None
Fixed at ____
Variable
Configurable
Others: Transmission Delay, configurable
Select/Operate Arm Timeout, configurable
Need Time Interval, configurable
Unsolicited Response Retry Delay, configurable
Executes Control Operations:
WRITE Binary Outputs
Never
Always
Sometimes
Configurable
SELECT/OPERATE
Never
Always
Sometimes
Configurable
DIRECT OPERATE
Never
Always
Sometimes
Configurable
DIRECT OPERATE - NO ACK
Never
Always
Sometimes
Configurable
Count > 1
Never
Always
Sometimes
Configurable
Pulse On
Never
Always
Sometimes
Configurable
Pulse Off
Never
Always
Sometimes
Configurable
Latch On
Never
Always
Sometimes
Configurable
Latch Off
Never
Always
Sometimes
Configurable
Queue
Never
Always
Sometimes
Configurable
Clear Queue
Never
Always
Sometimes
Configurable
Reports Binary Input Change Events when no
specific variation requested:
Never
Only time-tagged
Never
Only non-time-tagged
Binary Input Change With Time
Configurable to send one or the other
Binary Input Change With Relative Time
Sends Unsolicited Responses:
Never
Configurable
Only certain objects
Sometimes
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Reports time-tagged Binary Input Change
Events when no specific variation
requested:
Configurable
Sends Static Data in Unsolicited
Responses:
Never
When Device Restarts
When Status Flags Change
No other options are permitted.
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Counters Roll Over at:
Default Counter Object/Variation:
No Counters Reported
No Counters Reported
Configurable
Configurable
Default Object
16 Bits
32 Bits
Other Value: _______________
Sends Multi-Fragment Responses:
Yes
No
DNP V3.0 Implementation Table
The following table identifies which object variations, function codes, and qualifiers the SMP I/O DNP3
slaves support in both request messages and response messages. For static (non-change-event) objects,
requests sent with qualifiers 00, 01, 06, 07, or 08, will be responded with qualifiers 00 or 01. Requests sent
with qualifiers 17 or 28 will be responded with qualifiers 17 or 28. For change-event objects, qualifiers 17 or
28 are always responded.
In the table below, text shaded as 00, 01 (start stop) indicates Subset Level 3 functionality (beyond Subset
Level 2).
In the table below, text shaded as 07, 08 (limited qty) indicates functionality beyond Subset Level 3.
OBJECT
Object
Number
1
1
Variation
Number
0
1
(default –
see note 1)
Description
Binary Input – Any
variation
Binary Input – Packed
format
REQUEST
(device will parse)
Function Codes
Qualifier Codes
(dec)
(hex)
1
(read)
00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited qty)
17, 27, 28 (index)
1
(read)
00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited qty)
17, 27, 28 (index)
RESPONSE
(device will respond with)
Function
Qualifier Codes
Codes (dec)
(hex)
129
(response)
00, 01
(start-
stop)
17, 28
(index
–
see note
2)
1
2
2
0
2
1
2
2
2
3
(default –
see note 1)
10
0
Binary Input – With flags
1
(read)
Binary Input Event – Any
variation
Binary Input Event Without time
Binary Input Event – With
absolute time
Binary Input Event – With
relative time
1
(read)
1
(read)
Binary Output Status –
Any variation
1
1
1
(read)
(read)
(read)
00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08(limited qty))
17, 27, 28 (index)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited qty)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited qty)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited qty)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited qty)
129
(response)
00, 01
(start-
stop)
17, 28
(index
–
see note 2)
129
130
129
130
129
130
(response)
(unsol. resp)
(response)
17, 28
(index)
17, 28
(index)
(unsol. resp)
(response)
(unsol. resp)
00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08(limited qty))
17, 27, 28 (index)
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OBJECT
Object
Number
10
Variation
Number
2
(default –
see note 1)
12
0
12
1
Description
Binary Output Status –
Output status with flags
Control Relay Output
Block –
Any variation
Control Relay Output
Block
REQUEST
(device will parse)
Function Codes
Qualifier Codes
(dec)
(hex)
1
(read)
00, 01
(start-stop)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty))
17, 27, 28
(index)
RESPONSE
(device will respond with)
Function
Qualifier Codes
Codes (dec)
(hex)
129
(response) 00, 01
(start-stop)
17, 28
(index
3
4
129
(response)
129
(response)
(select)
17, 28
(index)
–
see note 2)
echo of request
(operate)
5
(direct
op)
6
(dir. op,
noack)
20
0
Counter – Any variation
1
(read)
00, 01
(start-stop)
(no range, or all)
06
07, 08
(limited qty)
17, 27, 28(index)
7
8
(freeze)
00, 01
(start-stop)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08(limited qty)
(freeze
noack)
(freeze
9
clear)
10(frz. cl. noack)
20
20
20
1
2
Counter – 32-bit with flag
Counter – 16-bit with flag
5
1
1
1
(read)
(read)
(read)
Counter – 32-bit without
flag
20
6
1
(read)
21
0
Frozen Counter – Any
variation
1
(read)
21
1
Frozen Counter – 32-bit
with flag
1
(read)
21
21
2
9
(default –
see note 1)
21
22
20
Counter – 16-bit without
flag
10
0
Frozen Counter – 16-bit
with flag
Frozen Counter – 32-bit
without flag
Frozen Counter – 16-bit
without flag
Counter Event – Any
variation
1
1
1
1
(read)
(read)
(read)
(read)
00, 01
(start-stop)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
17, 27, 28
(index)
00, 01
(start-stop)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
17, 27, 28
(index)
00, 01
(start-stop)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
17, 27, 28
(index)
00, 01
(start-stop)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
17, 27, 28
(index)
00, 01
(start-stop)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
17, 27, 28
(index)
00, 01
(start-stop)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
17, 27, 28
(index)
00, 01
(start-stop)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
17, 27, 28
(index)
00, 01
(start-stop)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
17, 27, 28
(index)
00, 01
(start-stop)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
17, 27, 28
(index)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
00, 01
17, 28
(start-stop)
(index
–
see note 2)
129
(response)
00, 01
17, 28
(start-stop)
(index
–
see note 2)
129
(response)
00, 01
17, 28
(start-stop)
(index
–
see note 2)
129
(response)
00, 01
17, 28
(start-stop)
(index
–
see note 2)
129
(response)
00, 01
17, 28
(start-stop)
(index
–
see note 2)
129
(response)
00, 01
17, 28
(start-stop)
(index
–
see note 2)
129
(response)
00, 01
17, 28
(start-stop)
(index
–
see note 2)
129
(response)
00, 01
17, 28
(start-stop)
(index
–
see note 2)
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REQUEST
(device will parse)
Function Codes
Qualifier Codes
(dec)
(hex)
1
(read)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
RESPONSE
(device will respond with)
Function
Qualifier Codes
Codes (dec)
(hex)
129
(response) 17, 28
(index)
(unsol. resp)
130
Counter Event – 16-bit
with flag
Frozen Counter Event –
Any variation
Frozen Counter Event –
32-bit with flag
1
129
130
(unsol. resp)
129
130
(unsol. resp)
Frozen Counter Event –
16-bit with flag
Analog Input – Any
variation
1
129
130
(unsol. resp)
1
(read)
Analog Input – 32-bit with
flag
1
(read)
129
(response)
OBJECT
Object
Number
22
Variation
Number
1
(default –
see note 1)
22
2
23
0
23
1
(default –
see note 1)
23
2
30
0
30
1
30
30
30
32
32
2
3
4
0
1
(default –
see note 1)
32
2
40
0
40
1
40
2
(default –
see note 1)
41
0
41
1
41
50
2
0
Description
Counter Event – 32-bit
with flag
Analog Input – 16-bit with
flag
Analog Input – 32-bit
without flag
Analog Input – 16-bit
without flag
(read)
1
(read)
1
(read)
1
1
1
(read)
(read)
(read)
(read)
Analog Input Event – Any 1
variation
Analog Input Event – 32- 1
bit without time
(read)
Analog Input Event – 16bit without time
Analog Output Status –
Any variation
1
(read)
1
(read)
Analog Output Status –
32-bit with flag
1
(read)
Analog Output Status –
16-bit with flag
Analog Output – Any
variation
Analog Output – 32-bit
Analog Output – 16-bit
1
3
4
5
6
3
4
5
6
(read)
(read)
(select)
(operate)
06
07, 08
06
07, 08
06
07, 08
(no range, or all)
(limited qty)
(response)
17, 28
(index)
17, 28
(index)
17, 28
(index)
00, 01
17, 28
(start-stop)
(no range, or all)
(limited qty)
(no range, or all)
(limited qty)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
00, 01
(start-stop)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
17, 27, 28
(index)
00, 01
(start-stop)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
17, 27, 28
(index)
00, 01
(start-stop)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
17, 27, 28
(index)
00, 01
(start-stop)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
17, 27, 28
(index)
00, 01
(start-stop)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
17, 27, 28
(index)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
(response)
(response)
(index
–
see note 2)
129
(response)
00, 01
17, 28
(start-stop)
(index
–
see note 2)
129
(response)
00, 01
17, 28
(start-stop)
(index
–
see note 2)
129
(response)
00, 01
17, 28
(start-stop)
(index
–
see note 2)
129
130
(unsol. resp)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
00, 01
(start-stop)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
17, 27, 28
(index)
00, 01
(start-stop)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
17, 27, 28
(index)
00, 01
(start-stop)
06
(no range, or all)
07, 08
(limited qty)
17, 27, 28
(index)
129
130
(unsol. resp)
129
(response)
17, 28
27
129
(response)
echo of request
129
(response)
echo of request
(index)
(response)
(response)
17, 28
(index)
17, 28
(index)
00, 01
17, 28
(start-stop)
(index
–
see note 2)
129
(response)
00, 01
17, 28
(start-stop)
(index
–
see note 2)
(index)
(direct op)
(dir. op, noack)
(select)
(operate)
17, 28
27
(index)
(index)
(direct op)
(dir. op, noack)
Time and Date
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OBJECT
Object
Number
50
Variation
Number
1
(default –
see note 1)
Description
Time and Date –
Absolute time
REQUEST
(device will parse)
Function Codes
Qualifier Codes
(dec)
(hex)
1
(read)
07
(limited qty=1)
2
51
52
1
Time and Date CTO –
Absolute time,
synchronized
Time and Date CTO –
Absolute time,
unsynchronized
Time Delay – Coarse
52
2
Time Delay – Fine
60
0
60
1
60
2
Class Objects – Not
defined
Class Objects – Class 0
Data
Class Objects – Class 1
Data
51
60
60
1
2
3
4
70
0
70
2
70
3
70
70
70
70
80
4
5
6
7
1
Class Objects – Class 2
Data
Class Objects – Class 3
Data
File-Control – Any
variation
File-Control –
Authentication
File-Control – File
Command
File-Control – File
Command Status
File-Control – File
Transport
File-Control – File
Transport Status
File-Control – File
Descriptor
Internal Indications –
Packed format
No Object
(function code only)
No Object
(function code only)
No Object
(function code only)
No Object
(function code only)
22
(write)
07
(limited qty=1)
1
(read)
06
(no range, or all)
1
(read)
06
07, 08
06
(no range, or all)
06
07, 08
06
(no range, or all)
06
07, 08
06
(no range, or all)
06
07, 08
5b
(no range, or all)
20
21
1
(enbl. unsol.)
20
21
1
(enbl. unsol.)
20
21
1
(enbl. unsol.)
29
(authentcate)
25
27
26
30
1
2
28
1
RESPONSE
(device will respond with)
Function
Qualifier Codes
Codes (dec)
(hex)
129
(response) 07
(limited qty=1)
07
(limited qty)
(qty = 1)
07
(limited qty)
(qty = 1)
(response)
07
(limited qty)
(qty = 1)
129
(response)
07
(limited qty)
(qty = 1)
129
(response)
5B
(free-format)
(response)
5B
(free-format)
5B
(free-format)
5B
(free-format)
5B
(free-format)
129
130
(unsol. resp)
129
130
(unsol. resp)
129
(response)
(response)
(limited qty)
(no range, or all)
(dsbl. unsol.)
(read)
(limited qty)
(no range, or all)
(dsbl. unsol.)
(read)
(limited qty)
(no range, or all)
(dsbl. unsol.)
(read)
(open)
(limited qty)
(free-format)
5b
(free-format)
5b
(free-format)
(delete)
(close)
(abort)
(read)
5b
(free-format)
(write)
(get file info)
(read)
5b
00, 01
(free-format)
(start-stop)
129
130
129
130
129
130
129
130
129
(unsol. resp)
(response)
(unsol. resp)
(response)
(unsol. resp)
(response)
(unsol. resp)
(response)
00, 01
stop)
2
(write)
(see note 3)
13
(cold restart)
14
(warm restart)
23
(delay meas.)
24
(record
current time)
00
(start-stop)
(index = 7)
(start-
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Note 1: A Default Variation refers to the variation responded when variation 0 is requested and/or in class
0, 1, 2, or 3 scans. Default variations are configurable; however, default settings for the configuration
parameters are indicated in the table above.
Note 2: For static (non-change event) objects, qualifiers 17 or 28 are only responded when a request is
sent with qualifiers 17 or 28, respectively. Otherwise, static object requests sent with qualifiers 00, 01, 06,
07, or 08, will be responded with qualifiers 00 or 01. (For change-event objects, qualifiers 17 or 28 are
always responded.)
Note 3: Writes of Internal Indications are only supported for index 7 (Restart IIN1-7).
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