2100-A16 Installation Guide

2100-A16 Installation Guide
INTECH Micro
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Installation Guide.
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Section A. Description, Ordering and Specifications.
2100-A16 Installation Guide Index.
Section A. Description, Ordering and Specifications.
Index.
Features and Ordering Information.
Specifications.
Terminals and layout.
Dimensions.
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Section B: Jumpers and LED Functions Tables.
S1 Function Settings.
H1 Power Supply Settings.
H2 Comms Settings.
H4 RTD Settings.
LED Descriptions.
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Section C. Input and Output Connection Diagrams.
Milliamp Inputs.
Millivolts and Voltage Inputs.
RTD Inputs.
Thermocouple (T/C) Inputs.
Thermocouple Upscale (US) / Downscale (DS) Drive.
Connection Example Diagram for Digital Inputs.
Connection Diagram Using an LPI-D Current Loop Isolator on the Input.
Connection Diagram Using an XI-P1 Current Loop Isolator on the Input.
Connection Example Diagram for Digital Outputs.
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Section D. Connecting to a Microscan Scada System.
Analogue Input Expansion - Using 2100-M Analogue Input Multiplexer.
Option 1. 5 Wire Connection Diagram.
Option 2. 4 Wire Connection Diagram.
Analogue Outputs Controlled by the Scada.
2100-RL2 2 Relay Slave Board Connection.
2100-ME Memory Expansion.
2100-R2 Relay Expansion.
RS485 Serial Connection.
RS422 Serial Connection.
RS232 Serial Connection.
RS232 Radio Modem Serial Connection.
Station Number Programming and Serial Numbers.
Station Software Programming.
TXE and TX Delay Settings and Table.
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Section E. Connecting to a PLC.
Mode 3. Clock & Reset Channel Selection.
Mode 4. Binary Channel Selection.
Connection examples of a PLC with open collectors
commoned to 24V of an external power supply.
commoned to the 20V of the first 2100-A16 power supply.
commoned to 0V of an external power supply.
commoned to COM of the first 2100-A16
PLC RTX Fail Safe System
Analogue Signal Converted to Frequency for a PLC, using a TWI-FO.
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Section F. Communications.
Modbus RTU Communication Protocol.
Modbus RTU Station Addresses.
Using the Modbus Protocol.
2100-A16 Modbus Notes.
2100-A16-NET Ethernet 10/100.
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Section G. Wiring, Installation, and Maintenance.
Mounting
Cover Removal and Fitting.
Power Supply Wiring.
RS422/485 Comms Signal Cabling.
Cautions Using Differential Inputs.
Cautions Using Analogue Inputs.
Analogue Signal Wiring.
RTDs
Thermocouples
Commisioning.
Maintenance.
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14.02-2
INTECH Micro
2100-A16 Rev 1.3
16 Universal Analogue Inputs.
4 Digital Inputs. 2 Analogue
Outputs. 2 Relay Output.
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Ordering Information.
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16 Universal Analogue Inputs.
Each Input Individually Selected & Scaled.
16 Bit Resolution.
Differential Input for T/C, mV, V, & mA.
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T/C: B, E, K, J, N, R, S, T.
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RTD: 0~25C to -200~850C.
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mV: 0~25mV to ±500mV.
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V: 0~1V to ±15V.
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mA: 0~1mA to ±100mA.
2 Analogue Ouputs.
Four Digital, Isolated, Optocoupler Inputs.
Two Digital, Isolated, Relay Outputs.
RS422/RS485 Up to 1200m.
RS232 Cost Effective Radio Installation.
RS232 Cost Effective PC or PLC AI Expansion.
Modbus RTU and Modbus TCP Options Available.
Clock/Reset Drive up to Four 2100-Ms.
Selectable Baud Rates.
Digital Inputs:
- State or Count.
- Speeds to 50Hz.
Interface for 2100-R2 (16 Relays) or 2100-ME (Memory).
Easy Programming Via Microscan Maps.
Programmable Station Number.
Programmable Relay States - NO or NC.
Comms Failure Time-out Using Relay 2.
Comms TXE and TX Delay Programming.
Programming Information Retained on Power Down.
Universal AC/DC Power Supply.
Easy to Install.
Compact DIN Rail Mount Enclosure
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2100 models include:
2100-4S : RS422 to RS485 Converter.
2100-A16 :16AI, 4DI, 2 Relay Out, 2 AO.
2100-A4 :4AI, 4DI, 4 Relay Out, 2 AO.
2100-A4e :4AI, 4DI, 8 Relay Out, 2 AO.
2100-AO :8 AO, 8 AI, 12 DI, 2 Relay Out.
2100-D :12DI, 12 Relay Out.
2100-IS :Isolated RS232 to RS422/485.
2100-M :16AI Multiplexer.
2100-ME :Memory Expansion for 2100-A.
2100-NET :Isolated Ethernet to RS232/422/485.
2100-NS :Non-Isolated RS232 to RS422/485.
2100-R2 :16 Relay Expansion for 2100-A.
2100-RL2 :2 Relay Expansion for 2100-A.
Standard Unit: Analogue Inputs Pt100, 0~100C; Analogue Outputs,
4~20mA; RS485 Comms; 85~264Vac/dc Power Supply.
2100-A16 Rev1
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AO
Supplied with Option
No Options
2100-R2 16 Relay Expander
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PS
Ranging Options for 2100-A16
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Analogue Out AO COMMS C
N
A1
RS422 422
4~20mA
485
RS485
R2
0~20mA
A2
2~10V
V1 Ethernet NET
0~10V
V2
Power Supply(4) PS
85~264Vac/dc
H
23~90Vdc
M
Note 1. The RS232 Comms. version is no longer available.
Note 2: The 2100-A16 is factory set to RS422/485. The 2100-A16-X is field selectable for RS422 or RS485,
and H or M power supply.
Note 3: The Microscan, PLC Message and Modbus RTU Comms Protocols come standard on all units.
Note 4: Power supply ‘H’ is field selectable for ’M’, and ‘M’ for ‘H’.
Ordering Example.
2100-A16-N-V2-485-H
2100-A16; 0~10V AO; RS485 Comms; 85~264Vac/dc Power Supply.
Quality Assurance Programme.
The modern technology and strict procedures of the ISO9001 Quality Assurance Programme applied during design,
development, production and final inspection grant long term reliability of the instrument. This instrument has been
designed and built to comply with EMC and Safety Standards requirements.
14.02-3
2100-A16 Input Specifications.
Note: Each input can be individually software selected & scaled within the span limits listed below.
Input Resolution
Input Differential
mV / V Inputs:
- Input Impedance
- Maximum Over-range
- mV Ranges
- V Ranges
mA Inputs: note 2
- Input Resistance
- Maximum Over-range
- mA Ranges
16 Bits, 50,000 Steps Average. (Some ranges may differ.)
18Vac/dc peak (sum of ac + dc) between any two channels.
Note: RTD Pt100/Pt1000 are single ended.
>1M @ 10V to >100k @ 25mV.
18Vdc Continuous.
0~25mV, 0~50mV, 0~100mV, 0~250mV, 0~500mV.
±25mV, ±50mV, ±100mV, ±250mV, ±500mV.
0~1V, 0~2.5V, 0~5V, 0~10V, 0~15V.
±1V, ±2.5V, ±5V, ±10V, ±15V.
25
100mAdc Continuous.
0~1mA, 0~2mA, 0~4mA, 0~10mA, 0~20mA, 4~20mA, 0~40mA, 0~100mA.
±1mA, ±2mA, ±4mA, ±10mA, ±20mA, ±20mA, ±40mA, ±100mA.
3-wire RTD Inputs: note 3
All temperature probes must be isolated from each other and earth.
- Inputs
16 Single Ended RTD Inputs. All 2nd ‘B’ Terminals Connected.
- Pt100 RTD Type
3 Wire Pt100 RTD DIN 43760:1980 Standard Input.
- Pt1000 RTD Type
3 Wire Pt1000 RTD Standard Input.
- Sensor current
1mA Multiplexed
- Lead resistance
10 /Lead Maximum Recommended.
100 /Lead Absolute Maximum.
- Sensor Fail
Upscale Drive.
- RTD Ranges
0~25C (32~75F), 0~50C (32~120F), 0~100C (32~200F),
0~250C (32~475F), 0~500C (32~930F), 0~850C (32~1550F).
±25C (-10~75F), ±50C (-50~120F), ±100C (-140~200F),
-200~250C (-320~475F), -200~500C (-320~930F), -200~850C (-320~1550F).
Thermocouple Inputs: note 3
Mineral Insulated Thermocouples With Isolated Junction Recommended.
- Cold Junction Comp.
0~60C.
- CJC Drift
<0.03C/C Typical for Input 1.
Refer to notes under 2100-A16 Input Connection Diagram for T/C Inputs.
- Sensor open Circuit
Floats to ambient ±10C typical. For Upscale or Downscale Drive
Refer ‘2100-A16 Input Connection Diagram for Thermocouple
Upscale (US) / Downscale (DS) Drive.’
- T/C Lead Resistance 100 Maximum.
- Input Impedance
>100k Minimum.
- Accuracy
<±0.1% FSO ±1C Typical.
- Type B Ranges
0~1800C (32~3250F). Accurate Range 250~1800C
- Type E Ranges
0~300C (32~570F), 0~600C (32~1100F), 0~900C (32~1650F),
±200C (-320~390F).
- Type J Ranges
0~400C (32~750F), 0~800C (32~1450F), 0~1200C (32~2150F),
±200C (-320~390F).
- Type K Ranges
0~500C (32~930F), 0~1000C (32~1800F), 0~1300C (32~2370F),
±200C (-320~390F).
- Type N Ranges
0~600C (32~1100F), 0~1300C (32~2350F), ±200C (-320~390F).
- Type T Ranges
0~400C (32~720F), ±200C (-320~390F).
- Type R Ranges
0~1700C (32~3050F).
- Type S Ranges
0~1700C (32~3050F).
Digital Inputs:
4 Opto Isolated Inputs with LED Indication of Each Input.
-Functions
ON / OFF, Count, and Flow Metering.
Count to 16383 & Rolls Over. Over Flow Detection.
-Input Voltage
5~30Vdc.
-Threshold
4.6V Typical.
-Load @ 5V
1.1mA per Channel.
@ 12Vdc
4.2mA per Channel.
@ 20Vdc
8mA per Channel.
@ 24Vdc
9.6mA per Channel.
-Frequency
0~50Hz.
-Channel Selection
CLOCK & RESET Pulse Length = 20msec Minimum.
Settling Time Before Reading = 100msec.
(Multiple readings with averaging recommended.)
Intelligent Multiplexer:
-Channel Selection
Clock and Reset or Binary. (Refer Digital Inputs)
-Cycle Time
4sec. minimum to cycle through all 16 inputs.
-Resolution
12bits, 4000 steps typical.
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2100-A16 Output Specifications.
Dual Analogue Outputs:
-Resolution
-V Ranges
-mA Ranges
Analogue Outputs supplied from factory as mA. V must be factory fitted.
2 Outputs, 12bits, 4000 Steps Typical. (Some ranges may differ.)
0~10V, 2~10V. Output Drive = 4mA Maximum. (2k5 @ 10V)
0~20mA, 4~20mA. Output Drive = 12V Maximum. (600 @ 20mA)
Digital Outputs:
-Functions
2 Isolated Relays with LED Indication of Each Output.
2 on Board Controllers (16 with 2100-R2), Can be used as Set Point (SV)
Switching Differential, Auto/Manual, Manual Output Setting, Dual Action Control,
Single Action Control, Heat/Cool, Cool Only, Heat Only.
Gold Clad Silver.
30Vac/dc, 1A Maximum.
UL & CSA:.
1 x 105 Min, at 30Vac/dc, 1A, Resistive Load.
-Contact Material
-Relay Ratings
-Approved to Standard
-Number of Operations
2100-A16 General Specifications.
Comms:
Power:
-Protocols
-Baud Rate
-Format
-Modbus RTU
-Ethernet 10/100
-H
-M
-L
Transmitter Power Supply
Safety and EMC Compliances:
EMC Compliances
Safety Compliance
Mains Isolation
Mains Isolation Test Voltage
Input/Output Isolation Test Voltages
Intech Scada; PLC Message; Modbus RTU; RS422/RS485 or RS232
Selectable 2400, 4800, 9600. (Default = 9600).
8 bit, No Parity, 1 Stop. (Not selectable.)
Refer to Modbus section, Page 20, for more details.
Refer to Ethernet 10/100 section, Page 23, for more details.
85~264Vac/dc; 50/60Hz; 10VA.
23~90Vdc; 10VA.
10~28Vac/dc; 50/60Hz; 10VA.
Refer to ‘2100-A16 H1 Power Supply Settings’ for voltage selection instructions.
20Vdc±5%; Max. Load=50mA; Ripple<20mVrms; Common to Analog Inputs.
Transmitter power supply is not available with Ethernet 10/100 comms option.
Emissions EN 55022-A. Immunity EN 50082-1.
EN 60950.
250Vac.
-To all Inputs and Outputs:
3000Vac 50Hz for 1min.
-To Earth
1500Vac 50Hz for 1min.
-Digital Input to Analogue Input/Output:
1000Vdc for 1min.
-Digital Input to Digital Output:
1000Vdc for 1min.
-Analogue Input/Output to Digital Output:
100Vdc for 1min.
-Comms to Analogue Input/Output:
1000Vdc for 1min.
-Comms to Digital Input/Output:
1000Vdc for 1min.
General Specifications: (Unless otherwise stated in other input specifications.)
Accurate to
<±0.1% FSO Typical.
Linearity & Repeatability
<±0.1% FSO Typical.
Channel Separation
<±0.1% FSO Typical.
Ambient Drift
<±0.01%/C FSO Typical.
Noise Immunity
125dB CMRR Average Differential Input 18Vpeak.
RF Immunity
<±1% Effect FSO Typical.
A01 & AO2
25msec. Nominal Pulse Length.
-(used as CLOCK and RESET)
20mA Nominal Current.
Settling Time and Averaging Software Selectable.
Permanent Memory (E2ROM)
10,000 Writes per Input Parameter.
-(2100-ME fitted)
10 Year Data Retention.
Operating Temperature
0~60C.
Storage Temperature
-20~80C.
Operating Humidity
5~85%RH Max. Non-Condensing.
Housing
-Material
ABS Inflammability V0 (UL94)
-Dimensions
L=195, W=120, H=70mm.
-Mounting
35mm Symmetrical Mounting Rail.
-Weight
800g. Includes Packaging.
Note 1. Contact INTECH INSTRUMENTS for more detailed programming information.
Note 2. For mA inputs a 2 pin jumper must be installed for each input.
Note 3. The 2100-A16 is C and F selectable. This selection affects all temperature readings. (CJC must be calibrated in C.)
Product Liability. This information describes our products. It does not constitute guaranteed properties and is not intended to affirm the suitability
of a product for a particular application. Due to ongoing research and development, designs, specifications, and documentation are subject to
change without notification. Regrettably, omissions and exceptions cannot be completely ruled out. No liability will be accepted for errors, omissions
or amendments to this specification. Technical data are always specified by their average values and are based on Standard Calibration Units at
25C, unless otherwise specified. Each product is subject to the ‘Conditions of Sale’.
Warning: These products are not designed for use in, and should not be used for patient connected applications. In any critical installation
an independant fail-safe back-up system must always be implemented.
CAUTION:
Dangerous Voltages may be present. The 2100-A16 has no user serviceable parts.
Protective enclosure only to be opened by qualified personnel.
Remove ALL power sources before removing protective cover.
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2100-A16 Terminals and Layout.
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B
A
4
28
5
A
B
29
B
B
6
30
B
A
7
31
A
B
8
32
B
9
B
33
B
A
10
34
A
B
11
35
B
12
B
36
13
B
A
37
14
A
B
38
B
15
B
39
B
A
16
40
17
A
B
41
B
18
B
42
B
A
19
43
A
B
20
44
B
21
B
45
B
A
22
46
A
B
23
47
B
24
B
48
B
AO 1
61
AO 2
62
Relay COM
50
Relay 1
51
Relay 2
52
DI COM
54
DI 1
55
DI 2
56
DI 3
57
DI 4
58
H4: RTD
SELECTION
J4
J11
ANALOGUE
IN
J3
J12
J5
J13
H3: EXPANSION
CONNECTOR
J6
J14
S1: FUNCTION
JUMPERS
J7
J15
123456
Note. 20Vdc Transmitter Power Supply
on Terminal 49, is not available with
the Ethernet 10/100 comms option.
J8
H2: COMMS
SELECTION
J16
P/S
60
J10
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
0V
TXE
RX
TX
70
RX -
71
RX +
72
TX -
73
TX +
COM
74
H1: SUPPLY VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
WARNING.
High Voltages May be
Present in This Area.
Only adjust jumpers
with power OFF.
9
20Vdc
49
COMMS
AO COM
J2
BEAT
POWER
8
3
L1
L2
7
B
L3
L4
6
A
26
J9
M
5
B
25
J1
H
4
B
2
ANALOGUE
IN
3
1
RELAY ANALOGUE
OUT
OUT
2
A
DIGITAL
IN
1
80
Earth ( )
81
Neutral (-)
82
Phase (+)
2100-A16 Rev1.1 Dimensions.
70mm
195mm
120mm
120mm
Intech INSTRUMENTS LTD
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14.02-6
Section B: 2100-A16 Jumpers and LED Functions Tables.
CAUTION:
Dangerous Voltages may be present. The 2100-A16 has no user serviceable parts.
Protective enclosure only to be opened by qualified personnel.
Remove ALL power sources before removing protective cover.
* For ALL programming tables. Jumper Status: 0=JUMPER NOT INSERTED 1=JUMPER INSERTED.
* Refer to ‘2100-A16 Terminals and Layout’ for the location of the following jumpers and switches.
2100-A16 S1 Function Jumper Settings.
Function Dip Sw itch Settings
Function
S1-1 S1-2 S1-3 S1-4 S1-5 S1-6*
0
0
0
0
0
0
9600baud note1
4800baud
0
1
0
0
0
0
2400baud
1
1
0
0
0
0
Test Mode note2
0
0
1
0
0
0
2100-ME
x
x
0
1
0
0
Modbus TCP note4
0
0
0
0
1
0
Modbus RTU note5
x
x
0
0
0
1
Note 1.
Factory Default.
Note 2.
Factory use ONLY.
(*)
Note 3 .
When using Modbus RTU Protocol
S1-6 is ‘1’. Refer Modbus Section.(Rev 1.2)
Note 4.
For use with Ethernet (Rev 1.3).
Note 5.
For use with 232/422/485 (Rev 1.3).
2100-A16 H1 Power Supply Settings.
H1
H
M
Note 1.
Pow er Supply Jumper Settings
Pow er Supply Voltage Range
Jumper for 85~264Vac/dc
Jumper for 23~90Vdc
Note 2.
Note 3.
Note 4.
Power must be OFF before changing
H1’s position.
Exceeding these parameters may
damage the unit.
Ensure the enclosure label is correctly
labelled for the jumper position.
Low Voltage Power Supply version is
fixed, and has no jumper. This must
be ordered separately.
2100-A16 H2 Comms Settings.
COMMS Jumper Settings
Protocol
L1 L2 L3
RS232 STD
0
0
1
RS232 RADIO 1
0
0
RS422
1
1
0
RS485
0
0
1
Linking
for RS422
.
L4
0
0
0
1
L2
L1
L4
L3
.
Linking
for RS485
.
L2
L1
L4
L3
Note 1.
Note 2.
Note 3.
.
The orientation of this drawing is with
P/S terminal to the top side (Standard
Mounting)
RS232 must be ordered separately to
RS422/485.
RS422 can be jumpered for RS485,
and vice versa.
2100-A16 H4 RTD Settings.
H4 RT D Jumper Setting
Pt100
1
Pt1000
0
Note 1.
Note 2.
The H4 jumper affects ALL RTD
channels.
The appropriate RTD must be
selected in the Scada software.
2100-A16 LED Descriptions.
LED Name
RX
TX
TXE
BEAT
Digital Output 1~2
Digital Input 1~4
Clock / Reset
LED Descriptions
LED Function
Active when Station is receiving serial data.
Active only when Station is transmitting serial data.
Active only when Station is ready to transmit data.
Heart beat. Continual flashing indicates Station healthy
Indicates when their respective output relay is energized.
Indicates when their respective input is energized, or counting.
Indicates when respective Clock or Reset for multiplexer is active.
14.02-7
Section C. Input and Output Connection Diagrams.
2100-A16 Input Connection Diagram for mA Inputs.
Connection configuration for 2 wire, 3 wire and 4 wire transmitters, and digital inputs.
Connection Example 1.
Current Output
Field Transmitters
+
2-wire
Transmitter
3-wire
Transmitter
24Vdc Regulated
Power
+ Supply. Note 1.
All 2100-A16 analogue inputs are
differential. Exceeding 18V peak between
any 2 inputs, or any single input will cause
errors on ALL channels.
In example 2, the peak voltage is
calculated by multiplying the max mA out
of any transmitter, by the sum of the
resistances in the transmitter loop, then
adding any common peak voltages.
eg: (refer to Connection Example 2)
If the transmitter has a 35mA max, the
2100-A16 has 25 input resistance; and if
a chart recorder has 250 input resistance:
There is a 2V peak common voltage.
=> 35mA x (25 + 250 ) + 2V = 11.63V peak.
This is fine, as it is less than 18V.
2100-A16
1 +
Channel 1
2 -
+
4 +
Channel 2
5 -
Output
-
Power
4-wire +
Supply Transmitter Voltage Free
Contact
7 +
Channel 3
8 10 +
Channel 4
11 -
1k
Connection Example 2.
Current Output
Field Transmitters
+
2-wire
Transmitter
3-wire
Transmitter
Power
Supply
24Vdc Regulated
Power
+ Supply. 2100-A16
For mA inputs a jumper must be installed.
Failure to install a jumper will cause errors
on ALL channels. J1 for channel 1, J2 for
channel 2, etc. The jumpers are located
directly behind the 3 terminals for each
respective channel. They can be installed
without removing the cover.
Note 3.
Inputs can be used as digital inputs for
sensing a clean, voltage free, field contact.
Note 4.
All cables must be screened, and the
screens earthed at one end only.
Note 5.
Voltage free contact values must be brought
in through ‘tags’ in the Scada Software.
1 +
Channel 1
2 -
+
-
4 +
Channel 2
5 -
4-wire +
Transmitter -
7 +
Channel 3
8 -
Output
+ Channel 3
+ Channel 2
+ Channel 1
- Common
eg Single Ended Chart
Recorder.
All negative inputs are
connected together.
Channel 1
Channel 2
Channel 3
Note 2.
2100-A16 Input Connection Diagram for Millivoltage and Voltage Inputs.
Connection configuration for 3 wire and 4 wire transmitters, and digital inputs.
24Vdc Regulated
Power Supply.
+
-
Field
Transmitters
Note 1.
All millivolt and volt inputs are differential.
Exceeding 18V peak between any 2 inputs,
or any single input will cause errors on ALL
channels.
Note 2.
-
4 +
Channel 2
5 -
Inputs can be used as digital inputs for
sensing a clean, voltage free, field contact.
Power
Supply
4-wire +
Transmitter -
7 +
Channel 3
8 -
Note 3.
All cables must be screened, and the screens
earthed at one end only.
Power
Supply
4-wire +
Transmitter -
10 +
Channel 4
11 -
Note 4.
Input voltages must not exceed 18V.
Note 5.
For digital inputs the mA jumper must be
installed.
Note 6.
Voltage free contact values must be brought
in through ‘tags’ in the Scada Software.
2100-A16
+
3-wire
Transmitter
Output
3-wire
Transmitter
Output
1 +
Channel 1
2 -
+
Voltage Free
Contact
1k
Voltage Free
Contact
1k
13 +
14 -
Channel 5
16 +
Channel 6
17 -
14.02-8
2100-A16 Input Connection Diagram for RTD Inputs.
Note 1.
3-Wire Field RTD
1 A
2 B Channel 1
3 B
All RTD inputs are single ended. ie all the
2nd ‘B’ terminals are internally connected.
Note 2.
It is recommended that the RTDs be isolated
from each other and earth.
3-Wire Field RTD
4 A
5 B Channel 2
6 B
Note 3.
Inputs can be used as digital inputs for
sensing a clean, voltage free, field contact.
Note 4.
2-Wire Field RTD
7 A
8 B Channel 3
9 B
All RTD cables must be screened, and the
screens earthed at one end only. All the three
wires must be the same resistance. (ie. the
same type and size.) Refer to ‘Wiring and
Installation’ for recommended types.
Note 5.
To minimise lead resistance errors, 3 wire
RTDs should be used. If 2 wire RTDs are
used small offset errors can be compensated
for in software.
Note 6.
For voltage free contacts use RTD6 0 to 850
for pseudo digital input in the Scada Software.
Internally
connected
2100-A16
Voltage Free
Contact
10 A
11 B Channel 4
12 B
Voltage Free
Contact
13 A
14 B Channel 5
15 B
2100-A16 Input Connection Diagram for Thermocouple (T/C) Inputs.
Note 1. All T/C inputs are differential. Exceeding 18V peak between
any 2 inputs, or any single input will cause errors on ALL channels.
2100-A16
Field
Thermocouples
1 +
Channel 1
2 4 +
Channel 2
5 7 +
Channel 3
8 -
* Refer to Wiring & Installation.
Note 2. It is recommended that the T/C’s be isolated from each other
and earth. Isolated junction, mineral insulated T/C’s are recommended.
Note 3. For accurate T/C measurement, especially low temp: *The
cover must be fitted. *Avoid drafts and temperature differences across
terminals. *Once installation is complete, close the cabinet door and allow
the cabinet to reach equilibrium. This may take several hours. *Place all
the T/C probes into a calibrated thermal bath at temperature of interest.
Any errors can be zeroed out in software.
Note 4. All T/C’s are referenced to the on board cold junction
compensation (CJC) temperature sensor. Prior to Rev 1.3 the CJC sensor
is located behind terminal 24. From Rev 1.3 onwards the CJC temperature
sensor is located behind terminal 1. Alternatively one of inputs 1 to 8 can
be selected in the Scada software as an RTD CJC for inputs 1 to 8,
and one of inputs 9 to 16 can be selected in the Scada software as an
RTD CJC for inputs 9 to 16.The mounting orientation of the 2100-A16,
(eg vertical or horizontal) affects the CJC accuracy of different inputs.
The affects are more noticeable on small temperature ranges. For
example mounting the 2100-A16 horizontal will cause the all the upper
terminals to be warmer compared to all the the lower terminals. Any
errors can be zeroed out in software.
Note 5. Cables must be screened & screens earthed at one end only.
2100-A16 Input Connection Diagram Thermocouple Upscale (US) / Downscale (DS) Drive.
To achieve US or DS drive on T/C open circuit resistors must be fitted externally, as shown below.
UPSCALE
DOWNSCALE
3k3
220
10M
2100-A16
4 +
Channel 2
5 7 +
8 - Channel 3
For US drive: Fit 10M resistors to +ve terminals.
Refer to Wiring and Installation.
49 + 20Vdc
48 -
2100-A16
1 +
Channel 1
2 -
10M
10M
Field
Thermocouples
1 +
Channel 1
2 -
10M
Field
Thermocouples
10M
220
49 +
20Vdc
48 -
4 +
Channel 2
5 10M
3k3
7 +
Channel 3
8 -
For DS drive: Fit 10M resistors to -ve terminals.
Refer to Wiring and Installation.
14.02-9
2100-A16 Connection Example Diagram for Digital Inputs.
24Vdc
2100-A16
Note 1.
DI4 58
Open Collector
Note 2.
Digital Output
5~30Vdc
DI 3 57
Note 3.
Note 4.
4.7k
DI 2 56
o/p
3 wire proximity transducer,
paddle wheel, etc.
Note 5.
Note 6.
DI 1 55
Reed Switch or
Relay contact.
DI COM 54
Inputs can be:
State - i.e. ON or OFF.
Count - 0~50Hz
LED indication per input. LED intensity depends
on voltage level at the input terminals. Refer to
‘Specifications’ for input loads.
For scaling of counter inputs, totalising and flow
data conversion, refer to Microscan Configuration
Manual, line setup/counter scaling.
All cables must be screened, with screen earthed
at one end only. Refer ‘The Proper Installation &
Wiring of the 2100-A16.’
Do not fit the 4K7 resistor for 3 wire PNP
transducers.
Digital Inputs are not available when used as an
intelligent multiplexer.
2100-A16 Connection Diagram Using an LPI-D Current Loop Isolator on the Input.
2100-M
24Vdc Regulated
Power Supply.
+
-
Output
LPI-D
COM 51
Iout 53
2 1 +
4~20mA loop
2kV
+ 4
- 5
Input
Analogue Output
4~20mA loop
2100-A16
1 +
Analogue Input
2 -
Isolation Barrier
2100-A16 Connection Diagram Using an XI-P1 Current Loop Isolator on the Input.
XI-P1
Input
- +
4 3
2100-M
Output
- +
2 1
2100-A16
COM 51
Analogue Output
4~20mA loop
Iout 53
1kV
4~20mA loop
1 +
Analogue Input
2 -
Isolation Barrier
2100-A16 Connection Example Diagram for Digital Outputs.
P/S
2100-A16
Note 1.
Note 2.
50
Audible
Alarm
12
1212
1212
12
COOLING
51
Relay 1
52
Relay 2
Note 3.
Note 4.
Note 5.
Note 6.
Note 7.
Both relays are Normally Open, and share a common.
30Vac/dc, 1A maximum contact rating. For individual relay outputs
(ie not sharing a common) and/or a contact rating of 250Vac, use a
2100-RL2. This is a 2 relay slave board that can be wired directly to
the 2100-A16.
Each relay can be configured for a ‘Normally ON’ or ‘Normally OFF’
output state. (E.g. for fail safe operation.) The ‘Normally ON/OFF’
settings are retained in software on power down, but the relays are
de-energized. Refer to MicroScan Configuration Manual.
Relay 2 can be selected as a Comms failure time-out alarm. The
relay is normally active and deactivates after 5mins if no Comms
messages are received. This function does not detect
microprocessor failure. When used for this function the relay
cannot be used for any other function.
LED indication on each output when relay is energized.
For additional Relay Expansion refer 2100-R2.
Digital Outputs are not available when used as an intelligent
multiplexer.
14.02-10
Section D. Connecting to a Microscan Scada System.
2100-A16 Analogue Input Expansion - Using 2100-M Analogue Input Multiplexer.
Analogue input expansion can be achieved using up to four 2100-M, 16 Channel, Analogue Input Multiplexers. This
gives a total of 76 analogue inputs. Control for the 2100-M is through the AO1 and AO2 on the 2100-A16. (Refer Note
4 below.) One analogue input is required per 2100-M, and each 2100-M input must be of the same type and range. The
remaining 2100-A16 analogue inputs can be used for any other type of input.
Option 1. 5 Wire Connection Diagram.
This uses 5 wires for the first 2100-M, with 2 additional wires for each additional 2100-M. In this configuration the
analogue inputs are differential. The maximum peak input voltage is 18V.
-
First
2100-M
2
+ 1
51 COM
53 Iout
-
60 CS COM
61 RESET
62 CLOCK
Analogue Input No.1
2100-A16
5
Analogue Input No.2
+ 4
-
8
Analogue Input No.3
+ 7
51 COM
53 Iout
60 CS COM
61 RESET
62 CLOCK
51 COM
53 Iout
-
11
10
+
Analogue Input No.4
The 2100-A16 resolution on 2100-M
multiplexer inputs is 12 bits (4096 steps)
Note 2.
All cables must be screened, and the screens
earthed at one end only.
Note 3.
Analogue Input expansion is also possible
using the EXPO-3. Refer to the connection
diagram below.
Note 4.
When 2100-M multiplexers are used:
AO COM connects to CS COM;
AO 1 is used for the RESET pulse;
AO 2 is used for the CLOCK pulse.
AO 1 & AO 2 are not available for any other use.
Third
2100-M
60 CS COM
61 RESET
62 CLOCK
51 COM
53 Iout
AO COM 60
AO 1 61
AO 2 62
Second
2100-M
Note 1.
Fourth
2100-M
60 CS COM
61 RESET
62 CLOCK
OR
26 COM
28 Iout
EXPO-3
29 CS COM
30 RESET
31 CLOCK
The analogue output mode is set in the Station Advanced Dialog Box ‘AO 1 & AO 2 button’.
For 2100-M Driver select Mode 1.
For detailed programming info, refer to ‘Programming 2100-Series Remote Station’ in the Microscan Manual.
Option 2. 4 Wire Connection Diagram.
This uses 4 wires (2 pair) for the first 2100-M, with 1 additional wire for each additional 2100-M. In this configuration the
analogue inputs single ended. i.e. All the -ve inputs are all commoned.
-
First
2100-M
2
+ 1
51 COM
53 Iout
-
60 CS COM
61 RESET
62 CLOCK
Analogue Input No.1
2100-A16
5
Analogue Input No.2
+ 4
-
8
Analogue Input No.3
+ 7
51 COM
53 Iout
60 CS COM
61 RESET
62 CLOCK
51 COM
53 Iout
-
11
10
+
Analogue Input No.4
The 2100-A16 resolution on 2100-M
multiplexer inputs is 12 bits (4096 steps)
Note 2.
All cables must be screened, and the screens
earthed at one end only.
Note 3.
Analogue Input expansion is also possible
using the EXPO-3. Refer to the connection
diagram below.
Note 4.
When 2100-M multiplexers are used:
AO COM connects to CS COM;
AO 1 is used for the RESET pulse;
AO 2 is used for the CLOCK pulse.
AO 1 & AO 2 are not available for any other use.
Third
2100-M
60 CS COM
61 RESET
62 CLOCK
51 COM
53 Iout
AO COM 60
AO 1 61
AO 2 62
Second
2100-M
Note 1.
Fourth
2100-M
60 CS COM
61 RESET
62 CLOCK
OR
26 COM
28 Iout
EXPO-3
29 CS COM
30 RESET
31 CLOCK
The analogue output mode is set in the Station Advanced Dialog Box ‘AO 1 & AO 2 button’.
For 2100-M Driver select Mode 1.
For detailed programming info, refer to ‘Programming 2100-Series Remote Station’ in the Microscan Manual.
14.02-11
2100-A16 Analogue Outputs Controlled by Scada.
The analogue output mode is set in the Station Advanced Dialog Box ‘AO 1 & AO 2 button’.
For Scada outputs select Mode 2.
For detailed programming info, refer to ‘Programming 2100-Series Remote Station’ in the Microscan Manual.
AO 1 & AO 2 are controlled by the Scada Software.
12 bit output nominally = 0~4095 for 4~20mA (or 0~10V etc.) out:
0bit = 4mA (0V);
2048 = 12mA (5V);
4095 = 20mA (10V).
For 4~20mA output, Loop Powered Indicators can
be used. 12V maximum at 20mA (600 at 20mA)
2100-A16
INDICATOR
AO 2 62
AO 1 61
INDICATOR
AO COM 60
2100-A16 Connection Example Diagram for Using the 2100-RL2, 2 Relay Slave Board.
2100-RL2 Relay Specifications:
-Contact Material Silver Alloy
-Relay Ratings
Rating
Approved
250Vac, 2A
UL
125Vac, 2A
CSA
110Vdc, 0.3A;
30Vdc, 2A;
250Vac,1/6hp;
125Vac, 1/10hp.
-Number of Operations 2 x 105 Min, at 1A, 250Vac
2100-RL2
2100-A16
Relay 2 52
52
Relay 1 51
51
COM 50
50
NC
Relay 1
NO
NC
49
48
COM
Relay 2
COM
NO
20Vdc 49
0V 48
Note 1.
Activating Relay 1 on the 2100-A16 activates
Relay 1 on the 2100-RL2. Activating Relay 2 on
the 2100A16 activates Relay 2 on the 2100-RL2.
2100-A16 Memory Expansion - Using 2100-ME Memory Expansion Card.
The 2100-ME Memory Expansion Card is designed to allow the 2100A16 to stand alone, retaining the data collected for
intermittent download. Data is held in permanent memory.
Connecting the 2100-A16 to the 2100-ME.
1/
2/
3/
4/
2100-ME
5/
6/
7/
8/
Only fit 2100-ME-32 to 2100-A16 Rev.1.3.
Power must be off before installing the 2100-ME.
Remove the cover off the 2100-A16.
Use antistatic precautions when installing the 2100-ME.
Carefully orientate the 2100-ME board as shown above.
Locate the two plastic stand-offs over the corresponding holes
in the 2100-A16, and the 10 pin connector. Once all three are
aligned, push the 2100-ME firmly into the 2100-A16.
Install a link in position 4 of the 2100-A16 S1 Function jumper.
Replace the 2100-A16 cover.
When the 2100-A16 is used with the 2100-ME, the 2100-M
and 2100-R expansion options are unavailable.
The 2100-ME can only be fitted to a 2100-A16 REV 1.3.
.
CAUTION:
Dangerous Voltages may be present. The 2100-A16 has no user serviceable parts.
Protective enclosure only to be opened by qualified personnel.
Remove ALL power sources before removing protective cover.
14.02-12
2100-A16 Rev1.3 Relay Output Expansion - Using 2100-R2 Relay Expansion.
Output relay expansion is available using the 2100-R2, 16 relay output expansion module. This allows the 2100-A16 to
stand alone as a 16 channel controller / alarm unit. The 2100-R2 relay outputs can be used for any combination of
control and alarm functions. The control parameters for each of the 16 controllers is downloaded from user friendly
Microscan Software, and stored in permanent memory on the 2100-A16. These parameters include Setpoint (SV),
Output Switching Differential, Auto / Manual, Manual Output Setting, Dual Action Control, Single Action Control, Heat /
Cool, Heat Only, Cool Only. The 16 controller / alarms will operate unaffected by computer power downs, reboots, etc.
The relay outputs can also be accessed directly from the Scada.
2100-R2 Relay Expander
Serial No.
H3 2ND
2100-R2
2100-ARI
H2 A16
Interface
FIRST 2100-R2
2100-A16-R1.3
.
.
WARNING: The 2100-ARI is STATIC SENSITIVE.
Only touch the edges of the PCB.
Ensure standoffs lock firmly into the 2100-A16 board.
2100-R2 Relay Expander
Serial No.
H3 2ND
2100-R2
H2 A16
Interface
SECOND 2100-R2
Connecting the 2100-A16 to the 2100-R2.
1/
2/
3/
4/
5/
6/
7/
8/
Power must be off before installing the 10 way ribbon cable and 2100-ARI board
supplied with the 2100-R2.
INPUT 1
INPUT 2
Remove the cover off the 2100-A16.
An exchange cover, with a precut slot for the ribbon cable, is available free of
A
B
B
A
B
B
1x20mm
charge from your supplier. P/N: 2100-A16-COVERSLOT.
SLOT
1 2 3 4 5 6
Alternatively you may wish to modify the existing cover:
Cut a 1mm slot, 20mm deep, just below terminal numbers 1, 2 & 3.
Carefully smooth the edges of the cut so the ribbon cable does not get damaged.
The 2100-ARI is supplied with the ribbon cable attached. Use antistatic precautions
when installing. Carefully orientate the 2100-ARI board as shown above. Locate the
two plastic standoffs over the corresponding holes in the 2100-A16, and the 10 pin
connector. Once all three are aligned, push the 2100-ARI firmly into the 2100-A16.
Connect the other end of the cable to the 2100-R2. Ensure both ends of the cable are firmly connected.
Slide the cable into the slot, and replace the cover on the 2100-A16.
The 2100-R2 must be enabled in the programming dialogue boxes. Advanced ‘2100-R 2 Relay Expander’ options.
For detailed programming info, refer to
‘Programming 2100-Series Remote Station’ in the Microscan Manual.
A 2100-R2 connected to the 2100-A16 must share the same power supply disconnect device and over current
device. Both units must be powered and unpowered at the same time to prevent indeterminate relay states.
14.02-13
DO NOT GUESS TX OR RX CONNECTIONS. FOLLOW THE TERMINAL NUMBERS IN THE SERIAL CONNECTION DIAGRAMS EXACTLY.
OUTSTATION LAYOUT.
2-Wire RS485 Serial Connections.
COMPUTER
2100-IS/NS
RS232 to RS422/485
Converter/Isolator.
ETHERNET
RS232
The 2100-IS and 2100-NET are
designed to connect to seperate data
hi-ways and connect to the same
SCADA PC as per the diagram.
TX+ TX-
Terminal Numbers
Only one converter to be
connected to any one data hiway.
ETHERNET
RS232
The 2100-IS and 2100-NET are
designed to connect to seperate data
hi-ways and connect to the same
SCADA PC as per the diagram.
74
71 70
COM
TX+ TX-
74 73 72 71 70
com RX+ RX- TX+ TX-
OR
RS485 DATA HI-WAY.
CABLE POLARITY
MUST BE OBSERVED
21
22
70
71
74
TWISTED
PAIR
71
2100-D
Remote Station.
72
Shimaden SD20
with RS485 option.
23
22
Shimaden SR53/54
with RS485 option.
71
2100-A16
Remote Station.
1
Shimaden SR73A/74A
with RS485 option.
70
71
2100-A4
Remote Station.
5
Shimaden SR253
with RS485 option.
70
71
TWISTED
PAIR
RS485 DATA HI-WAY.
CABLE POLARITY
MUST BE OBSERVED
70
71
72
73
74
SR91 SR92,93,94
3
12
2
11
+
1
1
SG
Shimaden SR90 Series
with RS485 option.
IN-2000-AI
Remote Station.
IMPORTANT:
(i) All cables must be
screened.
To other INTECH MICRO
(ii) All screens must
Remote Stations &
Shimaden
Controllers etc.
be connected
together.
(iii) The screen must
End of Data
Hi-way
not be earthed at
Junction Box.
any point.
Resistor = 1k .
Notes:
(i) RS485 can only be used with software release Ver. 4.02 onwards.
(ii) RS485 Data Hi-way is not compatible with RS422 Data Hi-way devices
such as IN-2000-AI, IN-2000-AO, IN-2000-DI, IN-2000-DO, FP21,
SR25, etc. Use a 2100-4S to interface an RS485 Data Hi-way to an
existing RS422 Data Hi-way
RS232: 2100-IS convertor is not required to connect the 2100-232
directly to a PC. Use the RS232 kit to connect the 2100-232
directly to a PC. The PC requires one RS232 port per 2100.
RS485: If the outstation is using RS485, it cannot be connected to the same
data hi-way as an outstations using RS422. In the ‘programming’
box, set the ‘TX delay’ box to 20. Set the Dip switches on the
2100-IS and the jumpers on the 2100 for RS485 operation.
14.02-14
RS485
74
4
6
3
9
5
Shimaden FP21
with RS422 option
24
23
21
22
1
70
71
72
73
74
2100-AO
Remote Station.
70
71
2100-4S RS422
to RS485 Converter
70
71
72
73
74
SR82 SR83 SR84
22
18
25
21
17
24
+
1
23
SG 16
Shimaden SR80 Series
with RS485 option.
-
74
2100-AO
Remote Station.
70
71
72
73
74
2100-D
Remote Station.
3
9
74
74
RS422 DATA HI-WAY.
CABLE POLARITY
MUST BE OBSERVED
2100-A4
Remote Station.
3
2
74
73
2100-A16
Remote Station.
21
70
74 73 72 71 70
OR
1
70
Terminal Numbers
com RX+ RX- TX+ TXOnly one converter to be
connected to any one data hiway.
TWISTED
PAIR
71 70
COM
2100-IS/NS
RS232 to RS422/485
Converter/Isolator.
Shimaden SD20
with RS422 option
4
6
3
9
5
21
Shimaden SR25/253
with RS422 option
20
23
25
24
23
22
21
22
36
Shimaden SR53/54
with RS422 option
35
38
37
5
4
3
2
1
IN-2000-DI
Remote Station.
26
25
28
27
IN-2000-DO
Remote Station.
TWISTED
PAIR
74
PLC
2100-NET
10/100 Ethernet to
RS422/485 Converter.
TWISTED
PAIR
2100-NET
10/100 Ethernet to
RS422/485 Converter.
PLC
TWISTED
PAIR
COMPUTER
OUTSTATION LAYOUT.
4-Wire RS422 Serial Connections.
Shimaden SR73A/74A
with RS422 option
RS422 DATA HI-WAY.
CABLE POLARITY
MUST BE OBSERVED
IMPORTANT:
All cables must be
screened.
(ii) All screens must
be connected
together.
(iii) The screen must
not be earthed at
any point.
To other INTECH MICRO Remote (i)
Stations & Shimaden Controllers etc.
End of Data
Hi-way
Junction Box.
Resistor = 1k .
2100-A16 RS232 Serial Connection.
The 2100-A16 with RS232 comes complete with:
1 x 5m RJ11 RS232 Cable. (2, 10 & 15m available.)
z
z
1 x 9 Pin D-type Connector. (25 pin D-type available.)
z
USB to RS232 convertor available. Part No. BF-810.
Location of RJ11 Socket on 2100-A16 Series.
10VA
50/60Hz
85~264Vac/dc
H
M 23~90Vdc
L 10~28Vac/dc
COMMS Pinout Table
RJ11
DB9 DB25
1:RTS
8
5
2:GND
5
7
3:TX
2
3
4:CTS
7
4
5:n/c
1
1
6:RX
3
2
COMMS
RS232
RS422
RS485
RS422/RS485 COMMS
Ph N E
82 81 80
COM TX TX RX RX
74 73 72 71 70
49 48 47
RS232 RJ11 Socket
RS232 COMMS Hardware.
Do Not cut RS232 Cable
to extend the length.
Installation.
Plug one end of the RS232 Comms cable into the RS232 RJ11
Socket on the 2100 Module. Plug the other end into either the 9 or
25 pin D-type connector. (Check for the correct D-type connector
on the computer (or Omron PLC) RS232 port being used.) For
further software and hardware information, Refer to the Microscan
Manual ‘Programming the 2100 Series Remote Station.’
2100-RS232 Kit-Omron
RS232 Kit for Omron PLC. Includes 2m cable & 9 pin D-type connector.
2100-A16 RS232 Radio Modem Serial Connection.
2100-RS232
Note: The ‘2100-RS232-Radio’ 9 pin D connector differs from the
Radio
2100-RS232 9 pin D supplied, and must be ordered separately.
Remote station.
It can be exchanged at no charge for the 9 pin and 25 pin D
connectors supplied with the 2100-RS232 Remote Station.
RS232
1.
Refer to Installation paragraph above.
2.
Fit the ‘2100-RS232-Radio’ 9 pin D connector between the
Radio end of the RS232 comms cable, and the Radio. This
‘2100-RS232-Radio’
connector will work with most types of radio, but this is not
9 pin D-type connector.
guaranteed. Pin2=TX; Pin3=RX; Pin5=GND; Pin7=RTS.
3.
Refer to ‘H2 Comms Settings.’ to jumper as per RS232 Radio.
4.
Refer to radio manual for hardware handshaking settings for TX control. TXE & TX delay may need to be altered
in the Scada Station Advanced Dialog box to suit the radio. Best case TX speed is one transmission per second.
(Depends on Radio.) Default settings are: TXE = 25ms; TX = 0ms.
5.
If using more than one station at a remote radio site, 2100-RS422 Remote Stations with a 2100-IS with an adaptor
kit must be used. (Do not use 2100-RS485.) Refer to 2100-IS installation Guide.
2100-A16 Station Number Programming and Serial Number.
Important: When commissioning remote stations, you must programme a unique station number before using the
programme setup button in the Scada Software. Requires Microscan Version 4.02 onwards.
For detailed programming info, refer to ‘Programming 2100-Series Remote Station’ in the Microscan Manual.
1.
Close the Microscan Scada down and turn the power off to the 2100 422/485 converter. Connect the new Remote
Station, referring to ‘Wiring and Installation’ and ‘Commissioning’
2.
Turn power back on to the 2100 422/485 converter, and start the ‘Setup Manager’ in the Microscan Scada.
3.
Select ‘Recorder Setup’, or ‘Tag Setup’.
4.
Select ’Program Address’. (Located in ‘Station Programming Panel’, at the bottom right of the window.
5.
Enter the 2100-A16 serial number. (Written both on the 2100-A16 cover and the circuit board behind the power
supply terminals. 80, 81 & 82. If the cover has been removed, the number on the circuit board is always correct.
Replace with the correct cover to avoid future confusion.) Then enter the desired station number.
6.
Select ‘Program’. The station number will now be stored in 2100-A16 permanent memory.
7.
A new station number will be created on the outstation map. This is ready for connection to tags or lines.
8.
Restart the Microscan Scada.
2100-A16 Station Software Programming.
*Requires Microscan Version 4.02 onwards.
1.
If the system is already running, close the Scada down. Start the ‘Setup Manager’.
2.
Select ‘Recorder Setup’, or ‘Tag Setup’.
3.
Move to the required station number, using ‘next’ or ‘prev’ buttons.
4.
Select ‘Program Setup’. The serial number of the 2100-A16 will be recalled automatically. The software recalls
the settings from the outstation, and displays them in the dialogue box.
5.
Enter the required options and select ‘Program’ to write the data to the station.
14.02-15
2100-A16 TXE and TX Delay Settings.
The TXE and TX delays are software selectable in the MicroScan Outstation Programming Box. These delays are used
for RS485/RS232 operation, to control the behaviour of the transmitter on the outstation, when it is ready to send data.
The TXE delay controls how long the transmitter waits before turning on. The TX delay controls how long the transmitter
waits before sending data. If the TXE delay is zero, the transmitter turns on immediately. If the TX delay is zero, the
data is sent immediately, upon receiving a command.
RX
The period is specified in
units of 2.5ms.
i.e. 10units = 25ms
TXE
TX
TXE delay
TX delay
2100-A16 Delay Settings Table.
COMMS Delays Units (time)
Protocol
TXE Delay
TX Delay
RS232 - to suit radio
10 (25ms)
20~200 (50~500ms)
RS422
10 (25ms)
0
RS485
10 (25ms)
0)
Note. All TXE and TX Delays are Software Selectable. The Factory Default TXE Setting is 10(25ms).
Section E. Connecting to a PLC.
Connecting to a PLC as an Intelligent Multiplexer.
To set up the 2100-A16 as an intelligent multiplexer a free software CD is available from Intech Instruments. Place the
CD into the drive and follow the instructions. The analogue output mode must be selected as either Mode 3 or Mode 4.
This is set in the Station Advanced Dialog Box ‘AO 1 & AO 2 button’. For detailed programming info, refer to ‘Programming
2100-Series Remote Station’ in the Microscan Manual.
Mode 3. 2100-A16 Clock and Reset Channel Selection Mode, PLC Installation Guide.
Mode 3.
PLC RTX, CLOCK & RESET Channel Select.
DI COM = CS COM
DI 1 = RESET input.
DI 2 = CLOCK input.
Issue a RESET pulse to select channel 1.
Issue a CLOCK pulse to advance to the next channel.
Specifications.
Clocking speed
-Reset pulse length
20msec.
-Clock pulse length
20msec.
Settling times before reading
100msec Min. Multiple readings with averaging recommended.
-Note. Longer times may be required for longer cable lengths and higher resolution.
Binary signal magnitude -All models
5~30Vdc.
Cycle TIme
4sec minimum to cycle through all 16 inputs.
Resolution
12bits, 4000 steps typical.
Sequence:
Multiplexer output
= channel one.
Apply a Reset pulse
to reset 2100-A16
intelligent multiplexer.
Apply
power.
Multiplexer output
= channel sixteen.
(Or highest channel
number used.)
Apply a Clock pulse to
advance multiplexer to
channel two.
Multiplexer output
= channel two.
Each clock advances
the Multiplexer
another channel
Operation.
Key: S = Settling time.
R = Read value.
Channel
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
Clock
{
{
Reset
S R
S R
S R
S R
S R
S R
S R
S R
S R
1
2
3
4
5
14.02-16
15
16
1
2
Mode 4. 2100-A16 Binary Channel Selection Mode, PLC installation Guide.
Mode 4.
PLC RTX, Bin Channel Select.
Bin channel selection is by digital inputs 1~4.
DI COM = CS COM
DI 1 = BIN 1.
DI 2 = BIN 2.
DI 3 = BIN 4.
DI 4 = BIN 8.
Specifications.
Settling times before reading
Binary signal magnitude
Cycle TIme
Resolution
-All models
100msec Min. Multiple readings with averaging recommended.
-Note. Longer times may be required for longer cable lengths and higher resolution.
-All models
5~30Vdc.
4sec minimum to read all 16 inputs.
12bits, 4000 steps typical.
2100-A16 Binary Channel Selection Mode Table.
Bin Channel Selection
Retransmission
DI 1 DI 2 DI 3 DI 4
Channel
BIN 1 BIN 2 BIN 4 BIN 8
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
2
0
1
0
0
3
1
1
0
0
4
0
0
1
0
5
1
0
1
0
6
0
1
1
0
7
1
1
1
0
8
0
0
0
1
9
1
0
0
1
10
0
1
0
1
11
1
1
0
1
12
0
0
1
1
13
1
0
1
1
14
0
1
1
1
15
1
1
1
1
16
2100-A16
DI 4 58
DI 3 57
DI 2 56
Bin
SWITCH
DI 1 55
DI COM 54
0V 48
20Vdc 49
INDICATOR
AO 2 62
AO 1 61
INDICATOR
AO COM 60
Notes
Note 1. '0' = No voltage on the terminal.
'1' = 5~30Vdc on the terminal.
Note 2. Ensure that if the analogue output from each 2100-A16 is fed into the same unit (eg PLC), then it is recommended
the analogue inputs to the PLC, etc, be isolated.
Note 3. AO 1 = retransmission of input process value 1~16.
AO 2 = retransmission of controller setpoints 1~16.
Note 4. The input and output always share the same range. Eg. If input 1 is ranged 0~100C and retransmission channel
1 is selected on DI 1 ~ 4, then AO 1 & AO 2 are both transmitted as 4~20mA (or 0~10V etc) = 0~100C. Similarly
if input 2 is ranged for 0~250C, then AO 1 & AO 2 are transmitted as 0~250C.
Note 5. If AO 1 process value or AO 2 setpoint are transmitted to an indicator, then all the inputs must be ranged the
same, unless the indicator is ranged to 0~100%.
Note 6. In the PLC RTX modes, AO 2 always retransmits the controller setpoint regardless if the controller is enabled
or not.
Note 7. The PLC RTX modes can operate simultaneously with the Scada COMMS, allowing a PLC to read back data
that the Scada will be showing.
Note 8. Digital inputs and digital outputs are not available in this mode.
14.02-17
2100-A16 Used as an Intelligent Multiplexer.
Connection Example 1.
Connection of a 2100-A16 to a PLC with open collectors, commoned to 24V of an external power supply.
Analogue Input No.1
PLC Input
Module
+
Analogue Input No.2
+
Note 1.
60 AO COM
61 AO 1
54
55
56
57
58
DI COM
DI 1
DI 2
First
DI 3 2100-A16
DI 4
60 AO COM
61 AO 1
Analogue Input No.3
+
24Vdc Regulated Power Supply
+
Open Collector Output No.1 +
Open Collector
Output No.2
-
PLC
+
Output
Open Collector Module Output No.3
(Note 5)
+
54
55
56
57
58
DI COM
DI 1
DI 2 Second
DI 3 2100-A16
DI 4
60 AO COM
61 AO 1
54
55
56
57
58
DI COM
DI 1
DI 2
Third
DI 3 2100-A16
DI 4
In this configuration the 2100-A16 DI COM and
Digital inputs are isolated from the 2100-A16
inputs and outputs. The 24V external power
supply can therefore be used to power
transmitters connected to the 2100-A16 inputs.
Note 2. There is no limit to the number of 2100-A16s
that can be connected, except the power supply
and open collector outputs must be able to
handle the load.
Note 3. Each digital input draws 10mA at 24Vdc.
Note 4. All cables must be screened, and the screens
earthed at one end only.
Note 5. For Clock/Reset Channel Selection DO NOT
connect PLC outputs 3 and 4 to DI 3 and DI 4
of the 2100-A16.
Important: Do not use the 2100-A16 power supply to power
up any transmitter or other equipment. An external power
supply must be used for this purpose. The 20V supply is
for the 2100A16 Digital Inputs/Outputs only.
* For PLC RTX, CLOCK & RESET Channel Selection
refer to Section D, Mode 3.
* For PLC RTX, Bin Channel Selection refer to Section
D, Mode 4.
Open Collector Output No.4 +
Connection Example 2.
Connection of a 2100-A16 to a PLC with open collectors, commoned to the 20V of the first 2100-A16 power supply.
Analogue Input No.1
PLC Input
Module
+
Analogue Input No.2
+
Analogue Input No.3
+
Open Collector Output No.1 +
Open Collector Output No.2 +
PLC
Output
Open Collector
Module Output No.3 +
(Note 4)
-
Open Collector
Output No.4 +
49 20V
60 AO COM
61 AO 1
54
55
56
57
58
DI COM
DI 1
DI 2
First
DI 3 2100-A16
DI 4
60 AO COM
61 AO 1
54
55
56
57
58
DI COM
DI 1
DI 2 Second
DI 3 2100-A16
DI 4
60 AO COM
61 AO 1
54
55
56
57
58
DI COM
DI 1
DI 2
Third
DI 3 2100-A16
DI 4
Note 1.
Using this configuration, up to four 2100-A16s
can be connected using Clock/Reset mode,
or 2 using Binary Channel Selection mode,
provided the open collector outputs can
handle the load.
Note 2.
Each Digital input draws 8mA at 20Vdc.
Note 3.
All cables must be screened, and the screens
earthed at one end only.
Note 4.
For Clock/Reset Channel Selection DO NOT
connect PLC outputs 3 and 4 to DI 3 and DI 4
of the 2100-A16.
Important: Do not use the 2100-A16 power supply to
power up any transmitter or other equipment. An external
power supply must be used for this purpose. The 20V
supply is for the 2100A16 Digital Inputs/Outputs only.
* For PLC RTX, CLOCK & RESET Channel Selection
refer to Section D, Mode 3.
* For PLC RTX, Bin Channel Selection refer to Section
D, Mode 4.
14.02-18
2100-A16 Used as an Intelligent Multiplexer.
Connection Example 3.
Connection of a 2100-A16 to a PLC with open collectors commoned to 0V of an external power supply.
-
60 AO COM
61 AO 1
Analogue Input No.1
PLC Input
Module
+
54
55
56
57
58
Analogue Input No.2
+
DI COM
DI 1
DI 2
First
DI 3 2100-A16
DI 4
60 AO COM
61 AO 1
-
54
55
56
57
58
Analogue Input No.3
+
(Note 5) Open Collector
1k
PLC Open Collector Output Output No.2 +
Module
-
1k
Open Collector Output No.1 +
1k
24Vdc Regulated Power Supply +
Open Collector Output No.4 +
60 AO COM
61 AO 1
54
55
56
57
58
DI COM
DI 1
Third
DI 2
DI 3 2100-A16
DI 4
1k
Output No.3 +
DI COM
DI 1
DI 2 Second
DI 3 2100-A16
DI 4
Note 1.
This configuration reverses the logic so when
the PLC digital output is off, the 2100-A16 is on.
Note 2.
With 1k resistor, up to four 2100-A16 can be
connected in this configuration, provided the
open collector outputs can handle the load.
Note 3.
Each digital input draws 10mA at 24Vdc.
Note 4.
All cables must be screened, and the screens
earthed at one end only.
Note 5.
For Clock/Reset Channel Selection DO NOT
connect PLC outputs 3 and 4 to DI 3 and DI 4
of the 2100-A16.
Important: Do not use the 2100-A16 power supply to
power up any transmitter or other equipment. An external
power supply must be used for this purpose. The 20V
supply is for the 2100A16 Digital Inputs/Outputs only.
* For PLC RTX, CLOCK & RESET Channel Selection
refer to Section D, Mode 3.
* For PLC RTX, Bin Channel Selection refer to Section
D, Mode 4.
Connection Example 4.
Connection of a 2100-A16 to a PLC with open collectors, commoned to the COM of the first 2100-A16.
49 20V
60 AO COM
61 AO 1
Analogue Input No.1
PLC Input
Module
+
54
55
56
57
58
Analogue Input No.2
+
-
Output No.3
Open Collector
Output No.4
+
+
2.2k
(Note 4)
2.2k
Open Collector PLC
Output No.2
+
Output
Module Open Collector -
2.2k
-
2.2k
+
+
This configuration reverses the logic so when
the PLC digital output is off, the 2100-A16 is on.
Note 2.
For Clock/Reset Channel Selection the
resistors = 1k . Up to four 2100-A16 can be
connected in this configuration provided the
open collectors can handle the load. For
Binary Channel Selection the resistor =
2.2k . Up to two 2100-A16 can be connected
in this configuration provided the open
collectors can handle the load.
Note 3.
All cables must be screened, and the screens
earthed at one end only.
Note 4.
For Clock/Reset Channel Selection DO NOT
connect PLC outputs 3 and 4 to DI 3 and DI 4
of the 2100-A16.
60 AO COM
61 AO 1
Analogue Input No.3
Open Collector
Output No.1
DI COM
DI 1
DI 2
First
DI 3 2100-A16
DI 4
Note 1.
54
55
56
57
58
DI COM
DI 1
DI 2 Second
DI 3 2100-A16
DI 4
60 AO COM
61 AO 1
54
55
56
57
58
Resistor Values refer Note 2.
DI COM
DI 1
DI 2
Third
DI 3 2100-A16
DI 4
Important: Do not use the 2100-A16 power supply to power
up any transmitter or other equipment. An external power
supply must be used for this purpose. The 20V supply is
for the 2100A16 Digital Inputs/Outputs only.
* For PLC RTX, CLOCK & RESET Channel Selection
refer to Section D, Mode 3.
* For PLC RTX, Bin Channel Selection refer to Section
D, Mode 4.
14.02-19
2100-A16 Rev. 1 PLC RTX Fail Safe System
The PLC uses one channel of the 2100-A16 to verify that the A16 is reading the channel correctly, AO1 is working and
the clock and reset/BCD channel select is working.
Test Channel = spare channel on 2100-A16, set to RTD 0-850C. This has a PLC relay connected which is used to short
out A-B, under the PLCs command. Do not use channel 1 as the test channel.
Sequence of operation.
1.
The PLC reads the required channels as normal.
2.
The PLC then advances to the test channel (the next free channel or channel 16)
3.
The test channel is read.
4.
The relay changes state to alter the reading of the test channel.
5.
1. to 4. are repeated. If the reading on the test channel does not alternate between 4 mA and 10 mA as the relay
changes state, within the specified tolerances as listed below then there is a fault in the system. The PLC software
should be setup to detect these values as the relay changes state.
Relay State
Test Channel Reading
Output Value
PLC Test Value
Closed
Less than -15C
4mA
Test for 5mA and below.
Open
Approx 320 +/-10C
10mA
Test for above 9.5mA and below 10.5mA.
Analog in Analog in +
60 AO COM
61 AO 1
COM
RST Out
CLK Out
Test relay
Clean Contacts,
Normally Open
2100-A16
46 A Test Channel.
47 B (Eg.Channel 16)
48 B
220R
PLC
54 DI COM
55 DI 1 (RST)
56 DI 2 (CLK)
2100-A16 Analogue Signal Converted to Frequency for a PLC, using a TWI-FO.
Description.
The TWI-FO converts 4~20mA from a 2100-AO to a frequency output. (Typically 10~1010Hz, but this is rangeable.)
A PLC with two digital outputs and one digital input can receive sixteen multiplexed analogue inputs.
eg. PLC
TWI-FO
Eg. 2100-A16
20V
49
1
P/S1
O/P 4~20mA
61
2
I/P
COM.
60
3
P/S2 4
24Vdc
F/O 5
D/I
COM1 COM2 6
1600V
Isolation
COM
Section F. Communications.
2100-A16 ‘PLC Message’ Communication Protocol.
‘Read Only From 2100-A16’ and ‘Read and Write to 2100-A16’ Protocols are both available from Intech Instruments in
‘WORD’ format, free of charge.
Read Message is PLC compatible read DM area. 2100-A16 protocol is the protocol used by Microscan to access data
in stations. Both protocols use ASCII, except 2100-A16 uses IEEE754 to represent floating point numbers.
2100-A16 ‘Modbus RTU/TCP’ Communication Protocol.
Note 1: This section only applies to an 2100-A16 with Modbus RTU Protocol.
Note 2: Can be used on Modbus TCP with a Modbus TCP to RTU Bridge. ie Schneider Electric ‘174 CEV 300 20’.
Note 3: 2100-ME Memory Board cannot be used when Modbus RTU protocol is used.
Modbus RTU Comms Specifications:
Error Check
End of message framing delay
Standard Modbus CRC.
Min 5msec, Max 7.5msec. (Minimum spec is 3.5msec at 9600 baud).
Counting is based on internal 2.5 msec timer.
Product Liability. Due to ongoing research and development, designs, specifications, and documentation are subject to change without notification.
14.02-20
2100-A16 Modbus RTU Station Addresses.
Station addresses 1-64. The station number is programmed via the Program Address dialog box, which ties a station
number to the serial number of the station which the modbus protocol then uses. The Factory set default station
number for all stations is station #1. Station 0, broadcast commands are not supported.
Station address and input range configuration etc are set using the Micro Scan Station Programming software. Setup
of onboard station controllers and other station parameters supported in eeprom are also set via the programming
dialog boxes. These parameters are not accessible via the protocol.
The station can be tested with the Stations test dialog box which shows the current values of the inputs and relay
states, analogue output values can be set.
Using the Modbus Protocol.
CAUTION:
Dangerous Voltages may be present. The 2100-A16 has no user serviceable parts.
Protective enclosure only to be opened by qualified personnel.
Remove ALL power sources before removing protective cover.
* For ALL programming tables. Jumper Status: 0=JUMPER NOT INSERTED 1=JUMPER INSERTED.
* Refer to ‘2100-A16 Terminals and Layout’ for the location of the following jumpers and switches.
Use the station programming dialog boxes to set the address of the unit and the ranges of inputs etc. Then power down
unit, insert jumper in position S1-5/6 and power up unit. It is then ready for Modbus RTU/TCP use. RTU/TCP mode is
not recognized unless a power up occurs with S1-5/6 jumper in. The station will not recognise programming message
when S1-5/6=1.
To use again via programming dialog boxes, power down the unit, remove jumper S1-6, and power the unit back up.
2100-A16 S1-5 and S1-6 Jumper. Also refer S1 Function Jumper Settings.
0
1
S1-5 Jumper
Standard Protocol
Modbus TCP Protocol Only (NET)
0
1
S1-6 Jumper
Standard Protocol, Omron PLC Mesage
Modbus RTU Protocol Only RS2323/422/485
Note 1.
Note 2.
Note 3.
If using Modbus 485, put Comms jumper in
485 mode. I.e. H2; L3 &L4 jumpers in.
Refer to ‘H2 Comms Jumper Settings’.
The retransmission modes of AO1, AO2
can be used when the Modbus RTU protocol
is used.
Rev 1.3 ONLY.
2100-A16 Modbus RTU/TCP Address Map.
Coil Addresses
Note 1:
Coil
Coil
Ouput
Ouput
(000xx)
(000xx)
01
Internal Relay 1
Note 2:
02
Internal Relay 2
03-16
Reserved
17
2100-R2 #1 Relay 1
33
2100-R2 #2 Relay 1
18
2100-R2 #1 Relay 2
34
2100-R2 #2 Relay 2
19
2100-R2 #1 Relay 3
35
2100-R2 #2 Relay 3
20
2100-R2 #1 Relay 4
36
2100-R2 #2 Relay 4
21
2100-R2 #1 Relay 5
37
2100-R2 #2 Relay 5
22
2100-R2 #1 Relay 6
38
2100-R2 #2 Relay 6
23
2100-R2 #1 Relay 7
39
2100-R2 #2 Relay 7
24
2100-R2 #1 Relay 8
40
2100-R2 #2 Relay 8
25
2100-R2 #1 Relay 9
41 2100-R2 #2 Relay 9
26 2100-R2 #1 Relay 10 42 2100-R2 #2 Relay 10
27 2100-R2 #1 Relay 11 43 2100-R2 #2 Relay 11
28 2100-R2 #1 Relay 12 44 2100-R2 #2 Relay 12
29 2100-R2 #1 Relay 13 45 2100-R2 #2 Relay 13
30 2100-R2 #1 Relay 14 46 2100-R2 #2 Relay 14
31 2100-R2 #1 Relay 15 47 2100-R2 #2 Relay 15
32 2100-R2 #1 Relay 16 48 2100-R2 #2 Relay 16
2100-R2 must be fitted to access 2100-R2
relays 1-16, plus 2100-R2 enabled on
Station Programming advanced dialog box.
Coils 3~16 reserved for future expansion.
2100-A16 Modbus RTU/TCP Inputs.
Digital Inputs
Inputs (1 XXXX)
10001
Digital Input 1
10002
Digital Input 2
10003
Digital Input 3
10004
Digital Input 4
10005-10016
Reserved
Note:
14.02-21
Inputs 5~16 reserved for future expansion.
2100-A16 Input RTU/TCP Registers.
(3XXXX,
4XXXX)
30001
30002
30003
30004
30005
30006
30007
30008
30009
30010
30011
30012
30013
30014
30015
30016
30017
30019
30021
30023
30025
30027
30029
30031
30033
30035
30037
30039
30041
30043
30045
30047
30049
30050
30051
30052
30053
30054
30055
30056
30057
30058
30059
30060
30061
30062
30063
30064
30065
30066
30067
30068
30069
30070
Note:
Input Registers
(3XXXX,
4XXXX)
Input 1 (12 Bit 000-FFF) * Note 1
30071
Mux 2 Input 7 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 2 (12 Bit 000-FFF)* Note 1
30072
Mux 2 Input 8 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 3 (12 Bit 000-FFF)* Note 1
30073
Mux 2 Input 9 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 4 (12 Bit 000-FFF)* Note 1
30074
Mux 2 Input 10 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 5 (12 Bit 000-FFF)* Note 1
30075
Mux 2 Input 11 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 6 (12 Bit 000-FFF)* Note 1
30076
Mux 2 Input 12 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30077
Mux 2 Input 13 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 7 (12 Bit 000-FFF)* Note 1
Input 8 (12 Bit 000-FFF)* Note 1
30078
Mux 2 Input 14 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 9 (12 Bit 000-FFF)* Note 1
30079
Mux 2 Input 15 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 10 (12 Bit 000-FFF)* Note 1
30080
Mux 2 Input 16 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30081
Mux 3 Input 1 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 11 (12 Bit 000-FFF)* Note 1
Input 12 (12 Bit 000-FFF)* Note 1
30082
Mux 3 Input 2 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30083
Mux 3 Input 3 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 13 (12 Bit 000-FFF)* Note 1
Input 14 (12 Bit 000-FFF)* Note 1
30084
Mux 3 Input 4 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 15 (12 Bit 000-FFF)* Note 1
30085
Mux 3 Input 5 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 16 (12 Bit 000-FFF)* Note 1
30086
Mux 3 Input 6 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30087
Mux 3 Input 7 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 1 (IEEE 754 - 2 Words)
Input 2 (IEEE 754 - 2 Words)
30088
Mux 3 Input 8 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 3 (IEEE 754 - 2 Words)
30089
Mux 3 Input 9 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 4 (IEEE 754 - 2 Words)
30090
Mux 3 Input 10 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30091
Mux 3 Input 11 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 5 (IEEE 754 - 2 Words)
Input 6 (IEEE 754 - 2 Words)
30092
Mux 3 Input 12 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 7 (IEEE 754 - 2 Words)
30093
Mux 3 Input 13 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 8 (IEEE 754 - 2 Words)
30094
Mux 3 Input 14 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 9 (IEEE 754 - 2 Words)
30095
Mux 3 Input 15 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 10 (IEEE 754 - 2 Words)
30096
Mux 3 Input 16 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 11 (IEEE 754 - 2 Words)
30097
Mux 4 Input 1 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 12 (IEEE 754 - 2 Words)
30098
Mux 4 Input 2 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30099
Mux 4 Input 3( 12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 13 (IEEE 754 - 2 Words)
Input 14 (IEEE 754 - 2 Words)
30100
Mux 4 Input 4 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30101
Mux 4 Input 5 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Input 15 (IEEE 754 - 2 Words)
Input 16 (IEEE 754 - 2 Words)
30102
Mux 4 Input 6 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Mux 1 Input 1 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30103
Mux 4 Input 7 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Mux 1 Input 2 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30104
Mux 4 Input 8 (12 Bit 000-FF)
Mux 1 Input 3 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30105
Mux 4 Input 9 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Mux 1 Input 4 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30106
Mux 4 Input 10 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Mux 1 Input 5 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30107
Mux 4 Input 11 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Mux 1 Input 6 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30108
Mux 4 Input 12 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Mux 1 Input 7 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30109
Mux 4 Input 13 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Mux 1 Input 8 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30110
Mux 4 Input 14 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Mux 1 Input 9 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30111
Mux 4 Input 15 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Mux 1 Input 10 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30112
Mux 4 Input 16 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Mux 1 Input 11 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30113
Counter 1 (0-FFFF) * Note 2
Mux 1 Input 12 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30114
Counter 2 (0-FFFF) * Note 2
Mux 1 Input 13 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30115
Counter 3 (0-FFFF) * Note 2
Mux 1 Input 14 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30116
Counter 4 (0-FFFF) * Note 2
30117,40117
Analogue Out 1 (0-FFF) * Note 3
Mux 1 Input 15 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Mux 1 Input 16 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30118,40118
Analogue Out 2 (0-FFF) * Note 3
30119
Reserved
Mux 2 Input 1 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Mux 2 Input 2 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
30120
Reserved
30121
Ambient Sensor (IEEE754 - 2 Words)
Mux 2 Input 3 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Mux 2 Input 4 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Mux 2 Input 5 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
Mux 2 Input 6 (12 Bit 000-FFF)
The multiplexers 1-4 cannot be used if the stations Analogue outs AO1 & AO2 are used for
general purpose outputs or retransmission controls.
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2100-A16 Modbus Notes.
Note 1: Analogue Inputs 1-16 scaling
0-FFF = 0-4095, which is ranged according to the range selected for each input.
For RTD -25 to +25 , then 0 =-25, 4095=+25,
For RTD 0 to +25 , then 0 =0, 4095=+25,
For DCXX range =0 to 100 %, 0=0 %, 4095= 100 %.
Note 2: Counter Inputs
Value ranges from 0-FFFF which is 0 - 65535.
Max speed 50 Hz.
Count value is reset to zero on power up.
Note 3: Analogue Outputs.
Mode is set in Station programming dialog box, Advanced, AO1 & AO2 mode.
Mode 1 is Multiplexer output (AO1, AO2 drive 2100-M only)
Mode 2 is SCADA outputs, AO1,AO2 can be set via protocol.
Mode 3 is retransmission of input to AO1, clock and reset channel selection
Mode 4 is retransmission of input to AO1, binary channel selection
If AO1 and AO2 are used for driving 2100-M units, do not write the analogue out value using the RTU messages
as it will interfere with the 2100-M driver.
30117,30118=Read Only
40117,40118=Read/Write
Note 4:
Analogue Input Speed.
Inputs are scanned sequentially by the A16, a read of the data locations, reads the last value read and
does not force the A16 to read the inputs requested by the protocol read. The normal read speed with all
sixteen inputs is 4 channels/second. Channels that are not scanned can be disabled via the station
programming dialog boxes. To speed up operation for multiplexer mode, set the Scan Mode on the advanced
dialog box to Multiplexer Priority.
Supported Modbus Commands.
Modbus Commands
Command
Read Coil
01 (0xxxx)
Force Single Coil
05 (0xxxx)
Force Multiple Coil
15 (0xxxx)
Read Input
02 (1xxxx)
Read Input Register
04 (3xxxx)
Read Holding Register
03 (4xxxx)
Write Holding Register
06 (4xxxx)
Write Multiple Holding Register
16 (4xxxx)
Notes:
Maximum length of modbus command = 32 bytes.
Maximum length of modbus reply = 80 bytes.
CITECH Floating Point Format.
Floating Point Byte Order = 1 (3,2,1,0)
CITECH.INI
[Modbus]
FloatMode=1
Set Using modbus help in Citech help file.
2100-A16-NET Ethernet 10/100.
The Ethernet converter on the 2100-A16-NET, the XPort, uses the Ethernet Protocol (IP) for network communications and the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) to assure that no data is lost or duplicated, and that everything
sent to the connection arrives at the correct target.
Ethernet
-Interface
-Compatibility
-LEDs
RJ45 10Base-T & 100Base-TX Autosensing.
IEEE802.3
10Base-T & 100Base-TX Activity; Full/Half Duplex.
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Connection Example of Multiple 2100-A16-NET connected to an Ethernet 10/100Base-TX Hub.
Used in situations with multiple 2100-A16-NET in a plant.
10/100BASE-TX HUB
COMPUTER.
ETHERNET
ETHERNET
ETHERNET
2100 Remote
Station
2100 Remote
Station
Area 1
2100 Remote
Station
Area 2
Area 3
2100-A16-NET Software Installation.
Software for use with the 2100-A16-NET is available off the Intech Website; www.intech.co.nz
The software on a separate CD can be supplied on request.
Factory Set IP Address is: 192.168.1.100
Factory Set Port is: 10001
1. Install the XPORT Installer. This is used to setup the XPORT, which is the Ethernet converter on the 2100-A16-NET.
This software does not need to be Installed on the end users PC, if the 2100-A16-NET is setup before hand.
If the 2100-A16-NET is setup on site, the XPORT installer will need to be used onsite.
Note 1: This software is to be installed and/or setup by the Installer with Network IT support staff. Intech will not be able
to help with the setup and operation of a TCP/IP network and assigning of IP addresses. As part of commissioning IT
support staff should assign a static address to each 2100-A16-NET. The 2100-A16-NET should be listed as part of the
Ethernet system for support by the IT support staff.
Note 2: Installed antivirus software may interfere with the sockets operations. You may need to open the IP address
and port numbers for the commands to go through. We have found problems with Nortons system Works 2003, and
found it necessary to disable email scanning of messages, as this was blocking the sockets requests. These problems
may or may not exist on other antivirus programs.
Note 3: The Ethernet converter (XPORT) on the 2100-A16-NET only allows one computer communications connection
at one time. It is not possible to have multiple computers permanently communicating to the 2100-A16-NET. The
computers must share the 2100-A16-NET by connecting and disconnecting as required.
For TCP connection; Sockets = 1.
2100-A16-NET Troubleshooting.
Duplicate 0xFF Characters, port numbers 14001 -14009.
Do not use port numbers 14001-14009 with Modbus RTU/TCP protocol or other binary based protocols.
With these port numbers, the 0xFF characters get duplicated, and two 0xFF characters will appear for each 0xFF
actually sent.
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Description of 2100-A16-NET Ethernet LED Functions.
2100-A16-NET Ethernet L1 & L2 LED Functions
L1 LE D
Off
Solid Amber
Blinking Amber
Solid Green
Blinking Green
Original Xport 01
No 100Base Tx Link
Half Duplex 100Base Tx Link
Half Duplex 100Base Tx Activity
Full Duplex 100Base Tx Link
Full Duplex 100Base Tx Activity
L2 LE D
Off
Solid Amber
Blinking Amber
Solid Green
Blinking Green
Original Xport 01
No 10Base T Link
Half Duplex 10Base T Link
Half Duplex 10Base T Activity
Full Duplex 10Base T Link
Full Duplex 10Base T Activity
New XPORT 03
No Activity
Half Duplex Activity
L1 LED is the LED closest
to terminal 48.
L2 LED is the LED closest
to terminal 80.
Full Duplex Activity
New XPORT 03
No Link
1 0 B a se T
100Base Tx
Cautions on Ethernet Port.
(1)
Make sure that the Ethernet cable/plug is not physicaly damaged before insertion into the Ethernet port.
Eg Burred on plastic edges
(2)
Damage to the Ethernet port pins is not covered under warranty.
Section G. Wiring, Installation and Maintenance.
2100-A16 Wiring and Installation.
THE 2100-A16 IS TO BE INSTALLED AND SERVICED BY SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY. NO OPERATOR / USER SERVICEABLE PARTS.
All power and signals must be de-energised before connecting any wiring, or altering any Jumpers or Dip Switches.
Do not start the Microscan before programming in a unique station number. Refer ‘Station Number Programming and
Serial Number’.
Mounting.
* Also refer to Connection Diagrams and Notes.
(1)
Mount in a clean environment in an electrical cabinet on 35mm Symmetrical mounting rail.
(2)
Draft holes must have minimum free air space of 20mm. Foreign matter must not enter or block the draft holes.
(3)
Do not subject to vibration or excess temperature or humidity variations.
(4)
Avoid mounting in cabinets with power control equipment.
(5)
To maintain compliance with the EMC Directives the 2100-A6 is to be mounted in a fully enclosed steel fire
cabinet. The cabinet must be properly earthed, with appropriate input / output entry points and cabling.
Cover Removal and Fitting.
To remove 2100 covers, firmly push down the button in the middle of one endplate, and pull the end plate outwards, while
pulling the cover up and out.
To fit the cover, first make sure the cover is being fitted the correct way around, (Terminal 82 on the cover is above 82
on the board.) and that the serial number on the board matches the serial number on the cover (if applicable). Slide one
end of the cover into the slot in the endplate. Pull the other endplate outwards and push the cover down until it slides into
the slot of this endplate. Check both ends are firmly held.
Power Supply Wiring.
(1)
A readily accessible disconnect device and a 1A, 250Vac overcurrent device, must be in the power supply wiring.
(2)
Any 2100-R2 connected to the 2100-A16, must share the same disconnect device and overcurrent device
(3)
For power supply, connect Phase (or +Ve) to terminal 82, Neutral (or -Ve) to 81, and Earth to 80. To ensure
compliance to CE Safety requirements, the grey terminal insulators must be fitted to ALL mains terminals after
wiring is completed. (ie. terminals 82, 81 and 80.) For Non Hazardous Voltage power supplies (not exceeding
42.4Vpeak or 60Vdc) terminals 81 and 80 may be linked together, instead of connecting an earth.
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2100-A16 Wiring and Installation Continued.
RS422/485 Comms Signal Cabling.
(1)
Use only low capacitance, twisted pair, overall screened data cable. The cable must equal or better the following
specifications.
Cable Specifications.
Conductor Size.
Conductor Resistance @ 20C.
Max. Working Voltage.
Capacitance between wires of a pair.
Capacitance between each wire to all others bunched together.
Cross-talk between pairs:
Characteristic Impedance .
Attenuation of a pair:
NOTE:
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
@ 1kHz
@ 100kHz
@ 100kHz
@ 1kHz
@ 10kHz
@ 100kHz
@ 50kHz
@ 1MHz
@ 1.5MHz
7/0.20mm, 24AWG
8.9 /100m
300Vrms
50 F/m
95 F/m
>-90dB/100m
>-50dB/100m
135
0.15dB/100m
0.42dB/100m
0.8dB/100m
0.9dB/100m
1.9dB/100m
2.4dB/100m
All cables are to be subject during manufacture to in-process spark testing @ 4kVrms.
All cables are to be tested between conductors and conductors to screen for 1min @ 1500Vrms.
Minimum cable pairs:
RS422 = 2. (Plus overall screen.)
RS485 = 1. (Plus overall screen.)
Take care not to stress or damage cables during installation.
Total length of trunk line, including spurs, is not to exceed 1200m without isolating boosters.
Terminating resistors -1k .
Cabling paths should avoid sources of radio frequency interferences such as fluorescent lights, variable speed
motor drives, welding equipment, radio transmitters, etc.
There should be a minimum of 200mm physical separation between power cables and data cables.
Data cables should not be exposed to excessive heat or moisture, and should not be buried directly in the ground
without protection.
Avoid powering a remote station or controller from the same power supply as a variable speed drive.
All unused twisted pairs should be terminated at both ends with 1k resistors. DO NOT ground unused pairs.
Ethernet Cabling.
Category 5 (Cat 5) or better (eg Cat5e or Cat6) cable is required for 100Mbps fast Ethernet transmission. The 2100-NET
uses a standard RJ45 Connector.
2100-A16-NET or 2100-NET Ethernet Port.
When powering up the 2100-A16-NET or 2100-NET, with the Ethernet plug connected, the GREEN LED or the ORANGE
LED should light immediately, indicating a good network connection.
Cautions Using Differential Inputs.
All 2100-A16 analogue inputs, mA, mV, V, T/C (except RTD) are differential. Exceeding 18V peak between any 2 inputs,
or any single input will cause errors on ALL channels. Failure to install a jumper on mA inputs will cause errors on ALL
channels.
Inputs can be changed from differential to single ended (referenced to 0V) by shorting ‘B’ ‘B’ terminals together. For
inputs with excessive noise and 3-wire AC valve motors this may help to stabilise the input signal. Use caution when
doing this, as unless the inputs are at the same potential large earth currents will flow through the 0V rail causing errors
on ALL channels. Refer to your distributor for more detailed information.
Where ground loops, excessive noise or excessive voltage is present between any two inputs, or on any single input,
suitable isolating transmitters are required, otherwise errors in signal readings will occur on ALL channels.
Cautions Using Analogue Outputs.
If the analogue outputs connect into non-isolated other units, it is recommended that suitable isolating transmitters be
used on the analogue outputs. Failure to use isolating transmitters to non-isolated other units which cannot reference
to AO COM will cause errors on ALL analogue outputs and inputs. (AO COM is the same potential as 0V.)
Analogue Signal Wiring.
(1)
All signal cables should be good quality overall screened INSTRUMENTATION CABLE with the screen earthed at
one end only.
(2)
Signal cables should be laid a minimum distance of 300mm from any power cables.
(3)
For 2 wire current loops, 2 wire voltage signals or 2 wire current signals, Austral Standard Cables B5102ES is
recommended. For 3 wire transmitters and RTDs Austral Standard Cables B5103ES is recommended.
(4)
It is recommended that you do not ground analogue signals and use power supplies with ungrounded outputs.
(5)
Lightning arrestors should be used when there is a danger from this source.
(6)
Refer to diagrams for connection information.
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RTDs.
(1)
Avoid locating the RTD where it will be in a direct flame.
(2)
Locate it where the average temperature will be measured. It should be representative of the mass.
(3)
Immerse the RTD far enough so that the measuring point is entirely in the temperature to be measured; nine to ten
times the diameter of the protection tube is recommended. Heat that is conducted away from the measuring point
causes an error in reading.
Thermocouple Extension Wire.
(1)
Use the correct thermocouple extension or compensation cable. i.e. Thermocouple type, insulation type, correct
colour coding.
(2)
It is recommended to install extension or compensation cable in a grounded conduit by themselves, or use overall
screened cable with the screen earthed at one end only. Never run electrical wires in the same conduit.
(3)
All wires that must be spliced should be soldered, or a proper thermocouple termination block used.
(4)
Lightning arrestors should be used if there is a chance from this source.
Thermocouples.
(1)
Avoid locating the thermocouple where it will be in a direct flame.
(2)
Never insert a porcelain or refactory tube suddenly in a hot area. Pre-heat gradually while installing.
(3)
Locate it where the average temperature will be measured. It should be representative of the mass. If necessaryuse
several thermocouples to obtain the average temperature.
(4)
Immerse the thermocouple far enough so that the measuring junction is entirely in the temperature to be measured:
nine to ten times the diameter of the protection tube is recommended. Heat conducted away from the junction causes
an error in reading.
5)
If the thermocouple is mounted horizontally and the temperature is above the softening point of the tube, a support
should be provided to prevent the tube sagging. Otherwise install the tube vertically.
(6)
Keep the junction head and cold junction in the approximation of the ambient temperature. Especially in the Noble
Metal Class.
(7)
On open circuit thermocouples (T/C) floats to ambient ±10C typical. For upscale or downscale drive resistors must
be fitted externally. Refer to ‘2100-A16 Input Connection Diagram Thermocouple Upscale (US) / Downscale (DS)
Drive.’ If ground loops or excessive noise are present on the T/C inputs, or between T/C and other inputs, the readings
may not be accurate, and an open circuit T/C may not drive as expected. In these situations an isolating transmitter
must be used.
2100-A16 Commissioning.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
Check that the 2100-A16 has been set up to the right input ranges, and that it’s new ranges have been checked.
Once the above conditions have been met, and the wiring checked, apply power to the 2100-A16, the loops,
sensors, 2100-Rs and 2100-Ms. Allow a 5 minute warm-up period - longer for thermocouples - refer to Input
Connection Diagram for Thermocouple Inputs, Note 3 & 4.
Note 1. There is a 15sec initialisation period when the 2100-A16 is powered up, before it will communicate.
Note 2. For maximum accuracy allow a 6 hour warm up period.
Note 3. If T/C upscale or downscale drive resistors have been fitted, check that each channel drives to the
desired level on open circuit.
For Clock/Reset Channel Selection:
Check that the red LEDs on the 2100-A16 and 2100-M are flashing. The LED next to the Clock terminal (62)
should flash 16 times faster than the LED next to the Reset terminal (61). For each Clock or Reset pulse received
the respective LED on the 2100-A16 and 2100-M will go from OFF to ON to OFF. If a Clock or Reset line is held high,
the respective LED will remain ON. If a Clock or Reset line is held low, the respective LED will remain OFF.
Take a reading of the value being measured on each channel, and ensure that this agrees with the level being
indicated by the Data Logger or PLC, for that channel. Adjust for any differences in the software of the system.
Ethernet Only; The GREEN and ORANGE LEDS of the Ethernet port light up according to the devices operation.
Refer to “Description of Ethernet LED Functions.” Refer to Ethernet 10/100 section, page 23, for more details.
RTD Inputs only; A small error can occur due to differences in cable resistance in the RTD legs, and errors
in the RTD itself. (Usually less than 0.5C). To check the variable being measured use a calibration standard RTD at
the same immersion depth. If the Zero error is large, the readings are fluctuating or a Zero error has suddenly
appeared after the 2100-A16 has been operating for some time, there could be an earth loop between two or more
RTD sensors on the 2100-A16 (or between 2100-Ms if connected). Disconnect each RTD sensor individually from
the 2100-A16, and ‘Megger’ the RTD by shorting all three wires together and testing from this point to earth. If a path
to earth is found repair or replace the faulty RTD sensor or probe.
Warning: Do not ‘Megger’ RTDs while connected to the 2100-A16. Damage to the 2100-A16 or 2100-M will result.
Thermocouple Inputs Only; Due to the limits of error in a standard thermocouple probe, and standard extension
wire and compensating wire, an error can occur. For example in a type K thermocouple installation an error of 2.2C
or 0.75% FSO can occur (whichever is greater). To check the temperature being measured use a calibration
standard thermocouple at the same immersion depth.
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2100-A16 Maintenance.
Voltage and Current Inputs.
(1)
Repeat (4) of commissioning. Do it regularly - at least once every twelve months.
RTD Inputs.
(1)
Repeat (4) of commissioning. Do it regularly - at least once every six months.
(2)
Replace defective protection tubes - even if they look good they may not be air or gas tight.
(3)
Check cables entering the RTD sensor head.
Thermocouple Inputs.
(1)
Repeat (4) of commissioning. Do it regularly - at least once a month.
(2)
Replace defective protection tubes - even if they look good they may not be air or gas tight.
(3)
Check extension and compensating cable circuits.
(4)
Do not use the same chromel-alumel (Type K) thermocouple below 540C if it was used above 860C.
Intech
INSTRUMENTS LTD
www.intech.co.nz
Christchurch Ph: +64 3 343 0646
Auckland Ph: 09 827 1930
Email: sales@intech.co.nz
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