WEMPE HU20101_HEDI user_manual_eng_v1.0

WEMPE HU20101_HEDI user_manual_eng_v1.0
Network master clock
20101
HEDI
Operating instructions
subject to modifications
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1 Table of contents
1
Table of contents .......................................................................................................................... 2
2
Table of figures ............................................................................................................................. 6
3
Table of abbreviations .................................................................................................................. 7
4
General Information ...................................................................................................................... 8
5
6
7
4.1
Information on the operating instructions ............................................................................... 8
4.2
Liability and warranty ............................................................................................................. 8
4.3
Copyright protection ............................................................................................................... 8
4.4
Transport ................................................................................................................................ 8
4.5
Packaging............................................................................................................................... 9
4.6
Storage ................................................................................................................................... 9
4.7
Disposal.................................................................................................................................. 9
Safety ........................................................................................................................................... 10
5.1
General information .............................................................................................................. 10
5.2
Intended use......................................................................................................................... 10
5.3
Operator’s responsibility....................................................................................................... 10
5.4
Installation and operating staff ............................................................................................. 10
Design and function ................................................................................................................... 11
6.1
Function................................................................................................................................ 11
6.2
System overview .................................................................................................................. 12
Overview Technical Data ........................................................................................................... 14
7.1
HEDI ..................................................................................................................................... 14
7.1.1 General Data.................................................................................................................... 14
7.1.2 Electrical Data .................................................................................................................. 14
7.1.3 Electrical cable specification ............................................................................................ 14
7.2
BEMO ................................................................................................................................... 15
7.2.1 General Data.................................................................................................................... 15
7.2.2 Electrical Data .................................................................................................................. 15
7.3
ENI ....................................................................................................................................... 16
7.3.1 General Data.................................................................................................................... 16
7.3.2 Electrical Data .................................................................................................................. 16
8
Installation HU20101 ................................................................................................................... 17
8.1
Safety ................................................................................................................................... 17
8.2
Requirements on the place of installation ............................................................................ 17
8.3
Installation HEDI .................................................................................................................. 18
8.3.1 HEDI - 19” 2RU industrial rack-mount chassis ................................................................ 18
8.3.2 Electrical Connection HEDI ............................................................................................. 19
8.3.2.1
Connections: Grounding ......................................................................................... 19
8.3.2.2
Connections: Analogue and Digital secondary clocks ............................................ 20
8.3.2.3
Terminal X01 supply voltage (internal) ................................................................... 23
8.3.2.4
Terminal X02 analogue clock lines and relays........................................................ 23
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8.3.2.5
Terminal X03 external dimmer signal ..................................................................... 23
8.3.2.6
Terminal X03 GPS .................................................................................................. 23
8.3.2.7
Terminal X04 digital clock lines RS-232/RS422 ..................................................... 24
8.3.2.8
Terminal X05 Ethernet RJ45 ................................................................................... 24
8.3.2.9
Terminal X09 BEMO ............................................................................................... 25
8.3.3 Putting into operation of the HEDI ................................................................................... 25
8.3.3.1
Connect the battery ................................................................................................. 25
8.3.3.2
Connections: Power, LAN, NTP-Server, Grounding ............................................... 26
8.3.3.3
Cable routing and installation .................................................................................. 27
8.3.3.4
Cable shielding hang ............................................................................................... 28
8.4
Master Clock Monitor (BEMO) installation ........................................................................... 29
8.4.1 Mounting .......................................................................................................................... 29
9
ENI Installation ............................................................................................................................ 30
10
BEMO-controlled Operation ...................................................................................................... 31
10.1
Menu Types.......................................................................................................................... 31
10.1.1
Start Menu ................................................................................................................... 31
10.1.2
The Submenu Selection .............................................................................................. 32
10.1.3
Error List ...................................................................................................................... 32
10.1.4
Selection Menu ............................................................................................................ 32
10.1.5
Parameter-Menu .......................................................................................................... 33
10.2
Password Menu ................................................................................................................... 33
10.2.1
Information menus ....................................................................................................... 33
10.3
Function of the operating elements in the different menus .................................................. 34
10.3.1
Jog dial ........................................................................................................................ 34
10.3.2
Plus and minus button ................................................................................................. 34
10.3.3
ESC key ....................................................................................................................... 34
10.4
How to navigate the menu tree ............................................................................................ 34
10.5
How to set parameters ......................................................................................................... 35
10.6
The menu structure .............................................................................................................. 35
10.7
Main settings ........................................................................................................................ 36
10.7.1
Set the system time ..................................................................................................... 36
10.7.2
Set the system date ..................................................................................................... 36
10.7.3
Set the local time ......................................................................................................... 36
10.7.4
Set the automatic value ............................................................................................... 36
10.7.5
Error relay assignment ................................................................................................ 37
10.7.6
Set BEMO1 brightness remote or local ....................................................................... 37
10.7.7
Set BEMO1 brightness and contrast ........................................................................... 37
10.7.8
Set BEMO2 brightness remote or local ....................................................................... 37
10.7.9
Set BEMO2 brightness and contrast ........................................................................... 37
10.7.10 Set the password ......................................................................................................... 37
10.7.11 Set the number of BEMOs .......................................................................................... 37
10.8
GPS Settings ........................................................................................................................ 38
10.8.1
How to activate the GPS ............................................................................................. 38
10.8.2
How to activate the PPS Signal ................................................................................... 38
10.8.3
How to set the PPS edge ............................................................................................ 39
10.8.4
How to set the synchronisation rate ............................................................................ 39
10.8.5
How to set the parameters of the serial interface ........................................................ 39
10.9
Setting of analogue lines ...................................................................................................... 40
10.9.1
Set the clock type ........................................................................................................ 41
10.9.2
Set the time zone......................................................................................................... 41
10.9.3
Set the impulse length ................................................................................................. 41
10.9.4
Set the adjustment frequency...................................................................................... 41
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10.9.6
Set the impulse voltage ............................................................................................... 42
Stop, start and set the clocks ...................................................................................... 42
10.10
Setting of digital lines ....................................................................................................... 42
10.10.1 Set the protocol ........................................................................................................... 43
10.10.2 Set the synchronisation rate ........................................................................................ 43
10.10.3 Set the parameters of the serial interface ................................................................... 43
10.11
Error list ............................................................................................................................ 44
10.11.1 Possible errors ............................................................................................................. 44
10.11.2 Have errors displayed.................................................................................................. 44
10.11.3 Acknowledge errors ..................................................................................................... 44
10.12
11
12
Save the configuration on the Compact Flash ................................................................. 44
Operation via the Web Interface ................................................................................................ 45
11.1
Introduction........................................................................................................................... 45
11.2
Web interface: Overview page ............................................................................................. 46
11.3
Web interface: Master Clock overview ................................................................................. 47
11.4
Web interface: Date and Time ............................................................................................. 48
11.5
Web interface: GPS configuration ........................................................................................ 49
11.6
Web interface: Analogue lines configuration ........................................................................ 50
11.7
Web interface: Analogue lines adjustment........................................................................... 51
11.8
Web interface: Digital lines configuration ............................................................................. 52
11.9
Web interface: Secondary clock overview ........................................................................... 53
11.10
Web interface: Ethernet secondary clock configuration .................................................. 54
11.11
Web interface: Ethernet secondary clock communication ............................................... 56
11.12
Web interface: Master clock monitor password (BEMO) ................................................. 57
11.13
Web interface: Event log file ............................................................................................ 58
11.14
Web interface: Error list ................................................................................................... 59
11.15
Web interface: Configure error contacts .......................................................................... 60
11.16
Web interface: System ..................................................................................................... 61
11.17
Web interface: Network interface overview (LAN) ........................................................... 62
11.18
Web interface: Network Utilities (LAN) ............................................................................ 62
HEDI Maintenance....................................................................................................................... 63
12.1
Battery replacement ............................................................................................................. 63
13
Error search ................................................................................................................................. 64
14
Interface protocols...................................................................................................................... 66
14.1
Protocol IMA51 ..................................................................................................................... 66
14.2
Protocol GORGI ................................................................................................................... 67
14.3
Protocol GEAMAR ............................................................................................................... 68
14.4
Protocol NMEA $ZCZDA ...................................................................................................... 69
14.5
Protocol ITRON .................................................................................................................... 70
14.6
Protocol MITEL..................................................................................................................... 71
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14.7
Protocol M6501 .................................................................................................................... 72
14.8
Protocol ECHO ..................................................................................................................... 73
14.9
Protocol ITRON 2000 ........................................................................................................... 74
15
Certificates .................................................................................................................................. 75
16
Modification history .................................................................................................................... 76
17
Notices ......................................................................................................................................... 77
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2 Table of figures
Illustration 1: system overview............................................................................................................... 12
Illustration 2: BEMO front view .............................................................................................................. 15
Illustration 3: ENI at installation ............................................................................................................. 16
Illustration 4: view of HEDI case ............................................................................................................ 18
Illustration 5: dimensions HEDI case ..................................................................................................... 19
Illustration 6: 19”- Rack backplane connections .................................................................................... 19
Illustration 7: view of terminal blocks in case ........................................................................................ 21
Illustration 8: terminal designations ....................................................................................................... 21
Illustration 9: terminal assignment plan ................................................................................................. 22
Illustration 10: view of the battery connection ....................................................................................... 25
Illustration 11: 19”- Rack backplane connections .................................................................................. 26
Illustration 12: 19”- Rack Montage ........................................................................................................ 27
Illustration 13: Cable shielding hang ..................................................................................................... 28
Illustration 14: ENI installation position .................................................................................................. 30
Illustration 15: start menu ...................................................................................................................... 31
Illustration 16: submenu selection ......................................................................................................... 32
Illustration 17: error list .......................................................................................................................... 32
Illustration 18: selection menu ............................................................................................................... 32
Illustration 19: parameter menu ............................................................................................................. 33
Illustration 20: password menu default password: 0000 ...................................................................... 33
Illustration 21: menu tree ....................................................................................................................... 35
Illustration 22: start menu with GPS symbol .......................................................................................... 38
Illustration 23: start page ....................................................................................................................... 45
Illustration 24: overview page ................................................................................................................ 46
Illustration 25: master clock overview .................................................................................................... 47
Illustration 26: date and time ................................................................................................................. 48
Illustration 27: GPS configuration .......................................................................................................... 49
Illustration 28: analogue lines configuration .......................................................................................... 50
Illustration 29: analogue lines adjustment ............................................................................................. 51
Illustration 30: digital lines configuration ................................................................................................ 52
Illustration 31: Secondary clocks settings ............................................................................................. 56
Illustration 32: Master clock monitor password (BEMO) ....................................................................... 57
Illustration 33: event log file ................................................................................................................... 58
Illustration 34: error list .......................................................................................................................... 59
Illustration 35: configure error contacts ................................................................................................. 60
Illustration 36: system ............................................................................................................................ 61
Illustration 37: Network interface overview ............................................................................................ 62
Illustration 38: battery replacement ....................................................................................................... 63
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3 Table of abbreviations
HEDI
BEMO
ENI
PoE
UTC
GPS
PPS
LT
nc
Ethernet master clocks digital interface
Operating Monitor
Ethernet Secondary Clocks Interface
Power Over Ethernet
Coordinated Universal Time
Global Positioning System
Pulse per second
Local Time
not connected
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4 General Information
4.1
Information on the operating instructions
These operating instructions describe how to install, operate and maintain the unit.
In order to use the unit properly it is absolutely necessary to follow the safety instructions and
operating guidelines provided in this document.
The operating instructions are part of the product and need to be kept close to the unit so that they are
at any time within reach of the installation, operation, maintenance and cleaning staff. If the unit is
passed on to a third party, the operating instructions have to be handed over as well.
4.2
Liability and warranty
All information and reference notes given in these operating instructions were compiled taking into
account the applicable regulations, the current engineering state-of-the-art as well as our knowledge
and experience of many years.
The translations of the operating instructions were as well produced to the best of our knowledge.
The German version of these operating instructions delivered with the unit is regarded as authentic
text and shall be decisive in case of deviations.
The actual scope of delivery may differ from the descriptions and illustrations provided in this manual
in case of modifications made according to buyer’s specifications, if additional technical features have
been ordered or due to latest technical modifications.
Should you have any questions, please contact the manufacturer.
Notice
Please read these operating instructions thoroughly before starting to operate and to use the unit,
especially before putting it into operation! The manufacturer does not assume any liability for any
damage or malfunction caused by non-observance of the operating instructions.
4.3
Copyright protection
The operating instructions have to be kept in confidence. They are only meant for the staff responsible
for the unit or charged with its operation or maintenance. It is not permitted to pass on the operating
instructions to a third party, unless prior written approval of the manufacturer. If necessary, please
contact the manufacturer.
The contents, texts, drawings, pictures and other illustrations are protected by copyright and other
industrial property rights. Any kind of misuse is regarded as an offence and liable to prosecution.
Any kind of copies, also in extracts, as well as the utilisation and/or publication of the content is not
allowed, unless prior written approval of the manufacturer. Violators will be liable to pay damages. The
manufacturer reserves the right to make further claims.
4.4
Transport
Check the consignment immediately upon receipt for completeness and damage during transport.
Should there be obvious transport damage, do not accept the consignment for delivery or only under
reservation. Please note down the extend of the damage on the forwarder’s transport documents/the
delivery note and make a complaint.
A complaint shall be made immediately if hidden defects are ascertained because compensation can
only be claimed within the valid complaint period.
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4.5
Packaging
If no arrangements have been made for taking the packaging back, please separate the materials by
kind and size for further use or waste recycling.
4.6
Storage
Always store the unit in its packaging until installation.
The unit shall be stored as follows:
-
4.7
Keep it at a dry place. Relative humidity: 60 % at maximum.
Do not store it outside or in an aggressive atmosphere.
Protect it from direct sunlight. Storage temperature 15 to 25 °C (59 to 77 °F)
Store it dust-free and avoid mechanical shocks or damages.
Do not store it beneath other items and do not charge it with other items.
In case of a storage period of more than approx. 3 months, check necessary mothballing
measures.
Disposal
If no arrangements have been made with the manufacturer for taking the unit back, dismount it in
accordance with applicable safety and environmental protection regulations for disposal and recycling
of suitable components.
- Metal residues to be sent to be scrapped.
- Plastic components to be recycled.
- Separate the remaining components by material and dispose of them.
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5 Safety
All important safety aspects are summarized in this section for a safe and failure-free operation of the
unit. Furthermore, the inscriptions on the unit need to be observed and should always be kept in
legible condition.
5.1
General information
The unit is designed and manufactured according to the state-of-the art of good engineering practice
and is safe to operate.
However, the unit might represent a risk if it is not appropriately operated or not operated in
accordance with the regulations by persons lacking corresponding training.
Every person charged with the operation of the unit shall read and understand the operating
instructions prior to operate the unit.
We recommend the operator to request its staff to confirm in writing that they are aware of the
operating instructions.
Any kind of modification, alteration or extension of the unit is prohibited.
The indicated range of settings and operating conditions shall be kept.
5.2
Intended use
The safe operation is only guaranteed provided that the unit is used for its intended use.
The digital main clock 20101 is intended for the central control of secondary clocks and/or secondary
clock systems with impulses of 12V or 24V for the synchronised indication of time and date.
Any other use of the unit in excess of the intended use as described above and/or differing from the
intended use is prohibited and is regarded as improper use.
Any kind of claim against the manufacturer and/or its agent due to loss or damage resulting from
improper use is excluded.
The operator is solely liable for any loss or damage due to improper use.
The proper and intended use also refers to the correct compliance with the instructions for installation,
operation and cleaning.
5.3
Operator’s responsibility
These operating instructions shall be kept close to the unit so that they are at any time within reach of
the installation, operation and maintenance staff. The operator and its authorized staff are responsible
for the failure-free operation of the unit as well as for the unequivocal appointment of responsibilities
for installation, operation and maintenance of the unit.
The unit shall only be used if its condition is faultless and safe to operate.
The instructions given in this operating manual are to be followed in their entity and without exception.
5.4
Installation and operating staff
The unit shall only be installed and operated by authorized and trained staff or other qualified
personnel. Any staff member that has been previously informed about the tasks assigned to him or her
as well as about the possible risks in case of improper conduct and who has been trained
appropriately if necessary and who has been instructed about the necessary safety dispositions and
measures is regarded as trained staff. Qualified staff is defined as any person who is able to evaluate
the tasks assigned to him/her and to realize any possible risk thanks to his/her professional training,
knowledge and experience as well as knowledge of the applicable regulations. The operating
company and the operating staff are equally responsible to make sure that no non-authorized person
operates or handles the unit. The operating staff is obliged to inform the operating company without
delay about any change of the unit that could affect its functioning or safety.
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6 Design and function
6.1
Function
The main clock 20101 controls analogue and digital secondary clocks. The analogue clocks can be
connected to the four available secondary clock lines. The digital clocks can be connected to the two
available serial interfaces. A pulse is generated every second on the analogue lines for the control of
the analogue clocks. The current time is transmitted to the digital clocks via a serial protocol. The
system supports various serial protocols. In addition to the directly connected secondary clocks, the
main clock can also control secondary clocks that are connected to the main clock via a network
connection. Such a secondary clock is connected to the main clock via a so-called Ethernet IPv4
Secondary Clocks Interface (ENI). One ENI can control exactly one analogue and (or) one digital
clock. The voltage supply of the ENI is provided by Power over Ethernet (PoE) so that no additional
voltage supply is necessary or via stabilised 24V DC.
The main clock is configured by means of a separate operating monitor (BEMO) or a web interface. It
is also possible to connect a second BEMO in order to configure the main clock as well from another
room.
Furthermore the main clock provides an NTP Server on the Ethernet making it possible to synchronize
the time of LAN computers.
A high-precision, quartz-controlled oscillator with an average rate accuracy of ± 0,05 s / 24 h provides
the control pulse for the main clock’s UTC. Or if a GPS receiver is connected its receiver signal
provides the control pulse.
When travelling through different time zone, the LT of the main clock has to be adjusted manually.
Analogue secondary clocks are readjusted automatically after the preset interval. Digital secondary
clocks adopt the modified LT without time delay.
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6.2
System overview
Illustration 1: system overview
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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external dimmer
power supply
digital secondary clocks
analogue secondary clocks
PoE enabling switch
ENIs
BEMO
serial interface to GPS
PPS interface to GPS
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7 Overview Technical Data
7.1
HEDI
7.1.1 General Data
Case
temperature range
dimensions
Weight
Control
oscillator
interfaces
Inputs
secondary clocks
time adjustment intervals
IP address at delivery
net mask at delivery
material:
steel plate
protection type: IP21
0 to 40°C
WxHxD: 437,5(481) x 88 x 420 mm
10,1kg
PC104 on interface board
1 Hz impulse generator with a rate accuracy of
± 0,05 s / 24 h
1 x Ethernet IPv4, (optional 1x Ethernet NTP-LT)
2 x RS485 to BEMO(s)
4 x analogue lines (12 or 24 Volt per impulse)
2 x serial lines (RS232 and RS422)
1 external dimmer signal for BEMO brightness;
GPS signal; PPS signal
4 analogue lines (configuration for 2 double-movement
lines is also possible);
2 x serial lines (RS232 and RS422)
± 1 min or in pre-set intervals between 1-99 min
172.16.0.10
255.255.0.0
7.1.2 Electrical Data
power supply
power reserve main clock
connections
impulses to secondary clocks
relay outputs for error/warning messages
100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
HEDI-System:
90 Min.
Ethernet clocks:
90 Min.
Digital linie clocks :
90 Min.
Analoge linie clocks:
stopped on battery back-up
operation.
Phoenix MSTB plug-in terminal blocks; Ethernet
sec. / ½sec. / min. / ½min. pulses can be set
2 change-over contacts
1A max. at 250VAC or 30VDC
7.1.3 Electrical cable specification
Ethernet secondary clocks (ENI)
Analogue secondary clocks
Digital secondary clocks
MC Monitor (BEMO) BEMO
Standard ISO/IEC 11801; Cat.5/5e, Cat. 6, Cat.7,
10BASE-T und 100BASE-T, Copper
Example: CAT5E 4X2XAWG26/7
LIYCY 8x0,5
RS485 ISO-Norm 8482 (z.B.: 2 x 2 x AWG20/7)
LIYCY 6x0,5 for standard length up to 3m,
otherwise 3 x 2 x AWG20/7 up to 100m
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7.2
BEMO
Illustration 2: BEMO front view
7.2.1 General Data
case
temperature range
dimensions
weight
control
display
operation
material: aluminium
protection type: front IP54
0 to 40°C
WxHxD: 144x144x62 (without jog dial and plug-in connectors)
750g
micro controller and display controller
2 lines with 20 digit per line
3 keys and 1 jog dial for menu prompting
7.2.2 Electrical Data
power supply
interfaces
connections
9-36VDC from HEDI;
max. 100mA depending on brightness
RS485 to HEDI
TrimTrio plug-in connector to HEDI
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7.3
ENI
Illustration 3: ENI at installation
7.3.1 General Data
case
temperature range
dimensions
weight
control
interfaces
outputs
operation
integrated into the secondary clock cases
protection type: depending on the type of case
mounting
0 to 40°C
WxHxD: 112x93x27mm
65g (without mounting material)
micro controller and Ethernet controller
Ethernet IPv4; RS422 for digital secondary clock
2 analogue outputs for a double movement or
one single movement 12V/24V max. 20mA
1 jumper, 3 pushbuttons for putting into
operation; configurable via master clock web
interface and PC Tool
7.3.2 Electrical Data
power supply
connections
impulses to secondary clocks
48V / 5W Power over Ethernet or 24V stabilised
RJ45;
2
spring clip for 0,25-1,5mm single or multi wire
sec. / ½sec. / min. / ½min. pulses can be set
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8 Installation HU20101
8.1
Safety
CAUTION! Electric energy hazard! The improper installation of the electrically operated main clock
consisting of the HEDI, BEMO and ENI may cause injuries or damages of the unit.
For that reason:
- The unit shall be installed in accordance with the safety regulations and only by trained staff
qualified in electrical engineering!
- Before starting with the installation, make sure the unit is volt-free and prevent any possibility
of reconnection!
8.2
Requirements on the place of installation
The clock’s construction is shake and shockproof. Nevertheless, the following conditions apply when
choosing an installation place:
- no direct sunlight
- ambient temperature: 0-40 °C
- max. relative humidity 0-90 % without condensation
Special care has to be taken for the wall-mounting version:
ATTENTION! Material risk!
When choosing its mounting place pay attention that the main clock does not obstruct any motion
areas of objects (e.g. doors) or people.
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8.3
Installation HEDI
8.3.1 HEDI - 19” 2RU industrial rack-mount chassis
The HEDI housing is designed for installation in a 19 "rack.
Illustration 4: view of HEDI case
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Illustration 5: dimensions HEDI case
8.3.2 Electrical Connection HEDI
8.3.2.1 Connections: Grounding
Connect the grounding connector of the case with the general grounding.
grounding
connector
Illustration 6: 19”- Rack backplane connections
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8.3.2.2 Connections: Analogue and Digital secondary clocks
All other connections (power supply, clocks etc.) are established via terminal blocks in the case using
the existing cable screw connections.
Caution: Before pulling open the housing, power cord!
Terminal blocks
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Illustration 7: view of terminal blocks in case
Illustration 8: terminal designations
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Illustration 9: terminal assignment plan
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8.3.2.3 Terminal X01 supply voltage (internal)
contact
1
2
3
4
designation
+24V (20-32VDC)
024V
PE
PE
8.3.2.4 Terminal X02 analogue clock lines and relays
contact
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
designation
nc
Line 1.1
Line 1.2
nc
Line 2.1
Line 2.2
Relay 1 open
Relay 1 close
Relay 1 middle
nc
Line 3.1
Line 3.2
nc
Line 4.1
Line 4.2
Relay 2 open
Relay 2 close
Relay 2 middle
Should an analogue clock line be delayed by exactly one motion interval of the hand (i.e. one impulse)
this is due to the wrong polarity of the movement. Swap the two terminals to which the two connection
cables of the corresponding movement are connected to remedy this error.
8.3.2.5 Terminal X03 external dimmer signal
The voltage utilisation is electrically insulated from the supply voltage and thus needs a separate
voltage supply of 24VDC. The admissible input voltage for the analogue value ranges between the 0
and 24V DC of the connected supply voltage.
contact
1
2
3
4
designation
+24VDC
analogue value
024V
nc
8.3.2.6 Terminal X03 GPS
contact
5
6
7
8
9
designation
GPS data +
GPS data PPS +
PPS nc
The admissible voltage range for the GPS data cable and the GPS pulse (PPS) is 4V to 12V DC. The
polarity is set in the menu “10.8.3 How to set the PPS “.
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8.3.2.7 Terminal X04 digital clock lines RS-232/RS422
contact
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
designation
Line 1 GND (24V)
Line 1 RxD (RS232)
Line 1 TxD (RS232)
Line 1 TxY (RS422)
Line 1 TxZ (RS422)
Line 1 UB (24V / 0,5A max.)
nc
Line 2 GND (24V)
Line 2 RxD (RS232)
Line 2 TxD (RS232)
Line 2 UB (24V / 0,5A max.)
nc
Two different protocols - Line1 RS232/RS422 in parallel and Line 2 RS232 - with a configurable data
scope and differing data frame can be set and used.
The following protocols are supported:
-
IMA51
GORGI
GEAMAR
NMEA
ITRON
MITEL
M6501
ECHO
ITRON2000
Please see for further information about the data frames of the supported protocols
→ “14 Interface protocols” page 67ff.
8.3.2.8 Terminal X05 Ethernet RJ45
contact
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
designation
Tx+
TxRx+
Rx-
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8.3.2.9 Terminal X09 BEMO
contact
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
designation
BEMO1 RxA
BEMO1 RxB
BEMO1 TxY
BEMO1 TxZ
BEMO1 GND (24V)
BEMO1 UB (24V)
nc
BEMO2 RxA
BEMO2 RxB
BEMO2 TxY
BEMO2 TxZ
BEMO2 GND (24V)
BEMO2 UB (24V)
nc
colour of original cable supplied with master clock
pink
grey
yellow
white
brown
green
pink
grey
yellow
white
brown
green
8.3.3 Putting into operation of the HEDI
8.3.3.1 Connect the battery
Connect the battery connection cable to X06.
Illustration 10: view of the battery connection
When the connection is completed, the alive-LED flashes up in longer intervals. This indicates that the
system is active in the power save mode.
As the charging status of the battery has not yet been determined, the supply voltage should be
connected as soon as possible.
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8.3.3.2 Connections: Power, LAN, NTP-Server, Grounding
Connect the grounding connector of the case with the general grounding.
After connection of the supply voltage the system boots up.
The plug is fitted with a 2-amp slow fuse protected.
LAN-1
cable screw connections
grounding
connector
100-240
VAC
(50-60Hz)
Illustration 11: 19”- Rack backplane connections
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8.3.3.3 Cable routing and installation
The cables should be routed so that a pulling out of the drawer is ensured.
Therefore is the included spiral belt to be used.
The drawer is fully pulled out when the battery is accessible.
The cable glands matching the cable diameter at the back of the case are to be used.
The housing features a connection to ground at the back side on which the conductor to earth has to
be connected.
Illustration 12: 19”- Rack Montage
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8.3.3.4 Cable shielding hang
It is required to use shielded cables only!
Furthermore it is important to ensure that the screen is not damaged during stripping.
The spring has to be pressed down with a suitable tool only.
The shield should rest over the entire surface.
Illustration 13: Cable shielding hang
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8.4
Master Clock Monitor (BEMO) installation
8.4.1 Mounting
rubber gasket for console-mounting
console cut-out
fixation
The cut-out for a BEMO measures 137mm x 137mm.
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9 ENI Installation
The installation and operation of the Ethernet secondary clocks is described in the document
‘hu20101_eni_user_manual_XXX.pdf‘.
Illustration 14: ENI installation position
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10 BEMO-controlled Operation
10.1 Menu Types
There are different menus for the operation of the main clock. Immediately after switching-on the
BEMO the start menu appears on the display. Please find following an explanation of the different
menu types.
10.1.1 Start Menu
Illustration 15: start menu
The first line shows the local time. The format is as follows:
LT HH:MM:SS-YY/MM/DD.
The letters have the following meaning:
H ≙ hour,
M ≙ minute,
S ≙ second,
Y ≙ year,
M ≙ month,
D ≙ day.
The second line shows the UTC, the coordinated universal time. The format is the same as for the
local time. The time difference between local time and UTC can be set with the plus and minus
buttons. Pressing the plus and minus button, a predefined time is added or deducted. The amount of
time is recorded as automatic parameter and can be modified (cf. 10.7.4). The local time can be
adjusted in the menu (cf. 10.7.3).
The last line indicates the current status. Possible statuses are:
- Status: OK
- Status: Error
- Status: Locked
Error status: The kind of error is indicated on an error list.
Locked status: The main clock is currently operated via a second BEMO so that it is not possible to
have access to the menu with the locked BEMO.
To get from the start menu to the first submenu selection “Configuration”, press the jog dial.
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10.1.2 The Submenu Selection
Illustration 16: submenu selection
The first line always states the name of the submenu selection. The following lines provide menu items
that refer to further submenu selections, the error list, one of the parameter menus or an information
menu.
10.1.3 Error List
Illustration 17: error list
The error list contains the current errors that have not been acknowledged yet. The first line states the
name of the menu: “Error List“. The following lines contain the error log entries. In the above example
there is one unacknowledged error. The BEMO is thus flashing. There is exactly one line available per
error. The last letter of the line indicates the acknowledgement status of the error. “E” means that the
error has arisen, but not yet been acknowledged by the operator. Once the error has been
acknowledged, there is an “A” instead of the “E”. This means that the error still exists, but has been
acknowledged. If the error is remedied or disappears for other reasons, it will be automatically deleted
provided that the error has previously been acknowledged by the operator.
10.1.4 Selection Menu
Illustration 18: selection menu
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The selection menu is used for a single parameter that can only take one determined value. The first
line provides the name of the menu (or of the parameter). The following lines contain the possible
values. The currently set value of the parameter is marked with a “*” as last character in the respective
line.
10.1.5 Parameter-Menu
Illustration 19: parameter menu
The parameter menu displays a group of parameters. Each of these parameters can be set within a
continuous value range.
The first line states the name of the menu (or of the parameter group). The following lines contain
each a parameter and its respective value.
10.2 Password Menu
Illustration 20: password menu
default password: 0000
In order to get access from the main menu to the configuration menu, a password has to be entered.
The password has got 4 digits. Turn the jog dial to select the corresponding figure and press the jog
dial to enter this figure. The cursor moves then to the next digit. For safety reasons the entered figures
are displayed with an “*“. Having entered the last digit, the configuration menu appears on the display
or if the password is wrong, you get back to the main menu. To cancel the password entry, press the
ESC key. You will then return back to the main menu. The password is set to 0000 at delivery.
10.2.1 Information menus
The information menus only contain text. They are displayed when the main clock carries out a
command that needs some time to fulfil; or when a menu is locked. They disappear automatically or
need to be quit actively.
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10.3 Function of the operating elements in the different menus
The BEMO features a 4-line display with 20 digits per line, a jog dial, a minus button, a plus button and
an ESC key. The main clock is operated via the menu tree. Depending on the context, the buttons
might have a slightly different function.
10.3.1 Jog dial
-
-
-
-
In the start menu the brightness can be adjusted by turning the jog dial. Press the jog dial to
get to the main menu.
In the submenu selection the jog dial serves to select the requested menu item. Turn the jog
dial to move up or down the selection mark “>” on the left hand side. If there are more menu
items than lines, the jog dial can be used to scroll down the list. Press the jog dial to activate
the selected menu item.
In the parameter menus the jog dial serves to select the requested parameter. It is also
possible to scroll down the list with the jog dial. To select the requested parameter, press the
jog dial. Once a parameter is selected, the corresponding value can be changed by turning the
jog dial. Press the jog dial again to deselect. During the selection of a parameter, the selection
arrow# has got a filled arrow head.
In the selection menu the jog dial serves to select the requested parameter value. Turn the
jog dial to select the requested entry and activate it by pressing the jog dial. The activated
entry is marked by a “*” on the right hand side.
The jog dial has no function in the information menus.
10.3.2 Plus and minus button
-
-
In the start menu the local time can be adjusted by means of the plus and minus button. For
this purpose, a multiple of the automatic value is added or deducted from the UTC time. The
automatic value is set to 20 minutes at delivery.
The plus and minus button have no function in the submenu selection.
In the parameter menus the value of the parameter at which the selection arrow points can
be reduced or increased by means of the plus and minus button.
The plus and minus button have no function in the selection menu.
The plus and minus button have no function in the information menu.
10.3.3 ESC key
The ESC key has the same function in every menu:
- Press the esc key briefly to get to the next higher level in the menu tree.
- Press the ESC key for a longer moment to return to the start menu
10.4 How to navigate the menu tree
The jog dial is used to navigate the menu tree. To get from the start menu to the main menu, press the
jog dial. To select the submenus in the main menu, turn the jog dial and press the jog dial to get to the
selected submenu. To return to the previous menu, press the ESC key for a short moment or select
and activate the entry “<Back>“, which is usually the last entry in the list. If this entry does not exist, as
for example in the password menu, the ESC key has to be used in any case. Pressing the ESC key or
the jog dial with the selected entry <Back> for a longer moment, you return directly to the start menu.
If no entry is done for more than one minute within the menu tree, the BEMO returns automatically to
the start menu. This function ensures that a BEMO is not accidentally locked by a second BEMO if the
operator has forgotten to return to the start menu.
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10.5 How to set parameters
Every modified parameter is usually immediately taken over and used. However, there are parameters
or groups of parameters that belong together and can thus only be taken over after an additional
command because the adoption of individual parameters would cause an inconsistent state in the
main clock. This applies for example to the parameter of the used serial interface. For such parameter
groups there is an entry called “<Apply Changes>” that has to be selected after the setting and
activated by pressing the jog dial. If <Apply Changes> is not activated, the parameters are
nevertheless taken over and used after the next start at the latest.
The parameter menus and the selection menus serve to set parameters. The function of these menus
is described in section 10.1.5 and how to how to use them in section 10.3
10.6 The menu structure
The following illustration shows the structure of the menu tree. The menu entries marked in light blue
contain the direct references to the parameter menus.
The following steps are for example necessary to get from the start menu to the menu item where the
baud rate of the GPS receiver can be set:
-
press Jog Dial => main menu
turn Jog Dial one turn to the left and press => password menu
press Jog Dial four times => password 0000 => configuration menu
turn Jog Dial one turn to the left and press => GPS menu
turn Jog Dial four turns to the left and press => baud rate menu
Illustration 21: menu tree
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10.7 Main settings
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Main Settings
The following basic parameters of the main clock can be set in the menu item “Main Settings“:
- Time: the system time.
- Date: the system date
- Delta UTC-Lt: the local time as time difference to UTC.
- Automatic: this is the value by which the local time leaps forward or backward when the plus
or minus button is pressed in the start menu.
- Relay Assignment: to assign a relay output to all possible errors.
- BEMO1 Dim: to set whether the brightness value of the BEMO1 shall be controlled locally or
transmitted via the external input.
- BEMO1 B-C: to set the contrast and the brightness of the BEMO1 locally.
- BEMO2 Dim: to set whether the brightness value of the BEMO 2 shall be controlled locally or
transmitted via the external input.
- BEMO2 B-C: to set the contrast and the brightness of the BEMO2 locally.
- Password: to set the four figures of the password.
- BEMO count: to set the number of connected BEMOs.
10.7.1 Set the system time
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Main Settings → Time.
The first menu line shows the current UTC time. To set the current time 3 parameters need to be set
and taken over into the system by activating “<Apply Changes>“.
Enter the hour, minute and seconds and activate “<Apply Changes>” to take over the time.
10.7.2 Set the system date
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Main Settings → Date.
To set the current date 3 parameters need to be set and taken over into the system by activating
“<Apply Changes>“.
Enter the year, month and day and activate “Apply Changes>” to take over the date.
10.7.3 Set the local time
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Main Settings → Delta UTC-LT.
The local time is always set as time difference to UTC. Enter the difference in hours and minutes and
activate “<Apply Changes>” to take over the difference. The numerical values can be positive or
negative. If the local time is smaller than UCT, the difference has to be negative, otherwise positive.
10.7.4 Set the automatic value
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Main Settings → Automatic.
Enter here the automatic value. The value can be modified in the entry “Minutes“.
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10.7.5 Error relay assignment
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Main Settings → Relay Assignments.
This menu serves to assign relay 1, 2 or no relay to the 12 errors. If an error arises, the relay set in this
menu is released. If 0 is set as relay, no relay is released. In case of an interruption of the supply
voltage, both relays are always released. This reaction cannot be changed.
10.7.6 Set BEMO1 brightness remote or local
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Main Settings → BEMO1 Dim.
The possible values for this parameter are “local“ if you want to be able to adjust the brightness locally
or “remote“ if you want the brightness to be centrally adjustable.
10.7.7 Set BEMO1 brightness and contrast
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Main Settings → BEMO1 Dim.
The contrast value can be set under menu item “Contrast“ and the brightness value can be set under
menu item “Brightness“.
10.7.8 Set BEMO2 brightness remote or local
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Main Settings → BEMO2 Dim.
The possible values for this parameter are “local“ if you want to be able to adjust the brightness locally
or “remote“ if you want the brightness to be centrally adjustable.
10.7.9 Set BEMO2 brightness and contrast
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Main Settings → BEMO2 Dim.
The contrast value can be set under menu item “Contrast“ and the brightness value can be set under
menu item “Brightness“.
10.7.10 Set the password
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Main Settings → Password
The figures 1 – 4 of the password can be set here.
10.7.11 Set the number of BEMOs
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Main Settings → BEMO Count
Enter the number of connected BEMOs under the entry “BEMO Count“.
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10.8 GPS Settings
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → GPS
The system supports GPS receivers that support the protocol NMEA 0183 and transmit one of the
following datasets:
-
GPZDA
GPRMC.
The PPS signal of the GPS receiver is used for a particularly precise synchronisation of the main
clock. The PPS signal supplies one pulse per second and marks thus the start of each second.
However, it is also possible to use the GPS receiver without an additional PPS signal. The main clock
time may then however differ up to one second from the GPS time.
As to the settings of the serial interface, please refer to the documentation of you GPS receiver for the
transmission parameters.
The symbol
at the lower right corner of the BEMO LCD display indicates that the main clock has
been successfully synchronised with the GPS signal.
Illustration 22: start menu with GPS symbol
The synchronisation with the GPS receiver can be carried out every 5 minutes, every hour or every 24
hours. After having activated the GPS synchronisation, the first synchronisation is tried. The next
synchronisation is carried out 5 minutes, 60 minutes or 24 hours after the first successful
synchronisation and so on.
If a synchronisation attempt was unsuccessful, the
symbol disappears from the display and the
next attempt is run 60 seconds later. An error message is generated after the fifth unsuccessful
attempt and a new synchronisation attempt is run every minute.
10.8.1 How to activate the GPS
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → GPS → GPS Receiver
To activate the GPS synchronisation select the entry “Present” and to deactivate it select “Not
Present“. This setting is immediately taken over. All other settings should thus be done correctly
before this setting is done.
10.8.2 How to activate the PPS Signal
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → GPS → PPS Signal
If the PPS signal of the GPS receiver is connected, select “Present” here. If GPS has been activated,
this setting is taken over at the next synchronisation.
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10.8.3 How to set the PPS edge
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → GPS → PPS Edge
If the upward edge marks the start of a new second, select “Positive” here, otherwise “Negative“.
This setting will be used at the next synchronisation.
10.8.4 How to set the synchronisation rate
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → GPS → Sync Rate
You can set here the time interval between a successful synchronisation and the next synchronisation.
Select one of the following options:
„Once in 5 Min“.
„Once In 1 hour“
„Once In 24 Hours“.
10.8.5 How to set the parameters of the serial interface
Please consult the documentation of your GPS to find out the necessary parameters.
The baud rate is set under the following path:
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → GPS → Baud rate.
The number of data bits is set under the following path:
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → GPS → Data Bits.
The number of stop bits is set under the following path:
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → GPS → Stop Bits
The used parity is set under the following path:
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → GPS → Parity
After having configured the necessary interface parameters, activate “<Apply Changes>” under:
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → GPS → Apply Changes
This is necessary to prevent that the interface is used with an inconsistent set of parameters.
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10.9 Setting of analogue lines
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Analog Clocks → Line n
The variable n stands for the respective analogue line 1, 2, 3 or 4.
There are 4 lines available for the analogue secondary clocks and each line gets impulses via an Hbridge.
The time intervals between the impulses depend on the kind of movement that is to be controlled by
the line. The following movement types are supported:
-
-
-
-
Sec-Move: seconds clock. A pulse is generated every second. Only the second hand is taken
into account when setting the clock.
Syn-Sec-Move: A pulse is generated every second. The minute and the hour hand are
“dragged along“. When setting the clock, 12 hours are taken into account.
Syn-Sec-Disp: A pulse is generated every second. The minute and hour hand are “dragged
along”. 24 hours are taken into account when setting the clock because the clock has got a
24-hours display.
Min-Mov: minutes clock. A pulse is generated every minute. The hour hand is “dragged
along”. 12 hours are taken into account when setting the clock.
Half-Min-Move: half-minute clock. A pulse is generated every 30 seconds. The hour hand is
“dragged along”. 12 hours are taken into account when setting the clock.
Min-Disp: 24 hours minutes clock. A pulse is generated every minute. The hour hand is
“dragged along”. 24 hours are taken into account when setting the clock because the clock
has still got a 24-hour display.
Half-Min-Disp: 24-hours half-minute clock. A pulse is generated every 30 seconds. 24 hours
are taken into account when setting the clock because the clock has got a 24-hour display.
For-Back-Min: forwards-backwards minute-clock. A pulse is generated every minute. The
hour hand is “dragged along”. When setting the clock, the clock can also run backwards. 12
hours are taken into account when setting the clock. This clock type needs 2 lines. It is only
possible to select line 1 (3), line 2 (4) is then automatically used as well.
For-Back-Half-Min: forwards-backwards half-minute-clock. A pulse is generated every 30
seconds. The hour hand is “dragged along”. When setting the clock, the clock can also run
backwards. 12 hours are taken into account when setting the clock. This clock type needs 2
lines. It is only possible to select line 1 (3), line 2 (4) is then automatically used as well.
If a forwards-backwards clock type is set for line 1 or line 3, the parameters for line 2 or line 4 are
locked and the following message is displayed:
„Line not available
due to clock type of
line n.
Press ESC to return“.
To return to the menu tree, press the ESC key.
To take over the configuration parameters, activate the entry Menu → Main Menu → Configuration
Menu → Analog Clocks → Line n →Apply Changes.
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10.9.1 Set the clock type
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Analog Clocks → Line n → Clock
Type
One of the above mentioned clock types needs to be selected here.
Please note: The configuration parameters are only used after having activated the entry
Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Analog Clocks → Line n →Apply Changes.
10.9.2 Set the time zone
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Analog Clocks → Line n → Time
Zone
Select here the time to be displayed. If you want the local time to be displayed, select “LT“. If you want
UTC to be displayed, select UTC.
Please note: The configuration parameters are only used after having activated the entry
Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Analog Clocks → Line n →Apply Changes.
10.9.3 Set the impulse length
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Analog Clocks → Line n →
Pulslength
You can change here the pulse length of the impulse controlling the clocks. The possible pulse lengths
are 1/16 second to 1 second. However, some clocks require a minimum pulse length. To know the
necessary pulse length, please refer to the manual of your secondary clock.
Please note: The configuration parameters are only used after having activated the entry
Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Analog Clocks → Line n →Apply Changes.
10.9.4 Set the adjustment frequency
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Analog Clocks → Line n → Clock
Rate
You can change here the adjustment frequency for resetting the clock. The higher the set value, the
faster the clock can be set.
The possible adjustment frequencies are between 1/16 second and 1 second. Some clocks however
have a maximum admissible frequency. To know which frequency is possible, please refer to the
manual of your secondary clock.
Please note: The configuration parameters are only used after having activated the entry
Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Analog Clocks → Line n →Apply Changes.
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10.9.5 Set the impulse voltage
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Analog Clocks → Line n → Voltage
It is possible to connect 12V and 24V clocks. The corresponding voltage needs to be selected for the
connected movement. The voltage can only be selected for line 1 (3) and automatically applies as well
for line 2 (4).
Please note: The configuration parameters are only used after having activated the entry
Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Analog Clocks → Line n →Apply Changes.
10.9.6 Stop, start and set the clocks
To set the clock line, the line needs to be stopped first. Then the hands of all clocks need to be put in
the same position (e.g. 12:00).
To stop the line, select the entry “stop” under:
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Analog Clocks → Line n → Start-Stop
For the main clock to set the lines, the position of the hands needs to be entered under:
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Analog Clocks → Line n → Clock
Hand
“HH“ stands for hour hand; ”MM“ stands for minute hand and “SS“ for second hand. Depending on
which hand is controlled by the line.
The line is then started with the menu entry “Start-SetClock“
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Analog Clocks → Line n → Start-Stop
The main clock will then generate the necessary impulses to set the clock.
The entry “Start“ only serves to start the clock.
10.10 Setting of digital lines
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Digital Clocks → Line n
The variable n stands for the respective digital line 1 or 2.
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10.10.1 Set the protocol
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Digital Clocks → Line n → Protocol
Type
Two different protocols - Line1 RS232/RS422 in parallel and Line 2 RS232 - with a configurable data
scope and differing data frame can be set and used over the web interface.
The following protocols are supported:
-
IMA51
GORGI
GEAMAR
NMEA
ITRON
MITEL
M6501
ECHO
ITRON2000
Please see for further information about the data frames of the supported protocols
→ “14 Interface protocols” page 67ff.
10.10.2 Set the synchronisation rate
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Digital Clocks → Line n → Sync
Interval
Please refer to the operating instructions of your digital clock to know how often a telegram with the
current time needs to be transmitted. If the clock needs a telegram every second, select the entry
“Every Second“. If the clock needs a telegram every minute, select the entry “Every Minute“
10.10.3 Set the parameters of the serial interface
Please consult the documentation of your digital clock to find out the necessary parameters.
You will find the baud rate under the following path:
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Digital Clocks → Line n → Baudrate
You will find the number of data bits under the following path:
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Digital Clocks → Line n → DataBits
You will find the number of stop bits under the following path:
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Digital Clocks → Line n → Stop Bits
You will find the used parity under the following path:
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → Digital Clocks → Line n → Parity
After having configured the necessary interface parameters, activate “<Apply Changes>“ under:
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu → Configuration Menu → GPS → Apply Changes
This is necessary to prevent that the interface is used with an inconsistent set of parameters.
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10.11 Error list
If the main clock detects an error, the status “error” is indicated in the start menu. In addition, the
display starts to flash. The flashing only stops after the operator has acknowledged all errors in the
error list. The error status in the main menu is only deleted when all errors have been acknowledged
and remedied.
10.11.1 Possible errors
Please refer to attached document “error search”
10.11.2 Have errors displayed
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu→Error List
The list shows all current errors. At the end of each error line, there is the letter “E” for a new,
unacknowledged error and an “A” for an acknowledged error. An error is only deleted from the list
when it has been acknowledged and remedied.
10.11.3 Acknowledge errors
Menu path: Start Menu →Main Menu→Error List
To acknowledge the error select the error entry and press the jog dial. The letter “E” at the end of the
line is then either replaced by the letter “A” or the error is deleted from the list if it does not exist
anymore. As soon as all errors have been acknowledged, the display stops flashing.
10.12 Save the configuration on the Compact Flash
Menu path: Start Menu → Main Menu→Configuration→Save To Flash
In order to increase the lifetime of the compact flash there are normally no write accesses during
operation. Only if there is a power failure the modified files are automatically saved on the compact
flash.
It is however possible to enforce the storage of the modified files. This is necessary before installing a
software up-date and rebooting the software to keep the current configuration. Otherwise possible
modifications are overwritten with the contents of the compact flash.
Attention:
Once settings have been changed, it is necessary to save this modified data on the
compact flash.
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11 Operation via the Web Interface
11.1 Introduction
HU20101 is fitted with a web interface. The web interface enables the administration of the system
settings as well as the configuration of the secondary clocks.
The web interface is accessed via the IP address of HU20101.
Use web address 'http://172.16.0.10' to view the start page of HU20101.
Login:
user name:
wempe
password:
hauptuhr
Illustration 23: start page
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11.2 Web interface: Overview page
Illustration 24: overview page
After the login the overview page appears on the screen.
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11.3 Web interface: Master Clock overview
Illustration 25: master clock overview
This page shows all configurations of the system components that are connected directly to the main
clock (HEDI).
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11.4 Web interface: Date and Time
(1)
Illustration 26: date and time
The GPS needs to be deactivated to set the date and time. The date format is “DD.MM.YYYY” and
UTC is set in the format “HH:MM:SS”.
The local time (LT) is set in relation to UTC in the line LT. The GPS setting does not need to be
considered here. The entry format is “+/- HH:MM“. Please select in the dropdown field whether the
entered hours and minutes are to be added or deducted from UTC.
The characters of the above format descriptions have the following meaning:
D ≙ Day
H ≙ Hour
M ≙ Month
M ≙ Minute
Y ≙ Year
S ≙ Second
(2)
Via this menu the time adjustment minutes of the main clock can be set:
- The time adjustment minutes are the time interval by which the local time is modified when
pressing the + or – button of the BEMO.
All further parameters are set in the configuration menus. To get to these menus, click on the button
“Config“.
The date and time can be set in the corresponding submenu. For this purpose the GPS needs to be
deactivated.
As a general rule, a successful configuration is indicated by a corresponding message in green colour.
An error is indicated by a text message in red colour.
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11.5 Web interface: GPS configuration
(3)
Illustration 27: GPS configuration
The GPS receiver is configured via this page. The correct parameterisation depends on the connected
device. Please refer to the documentation of your GPS receiver to know the transmission parameters
that have to be used for the serial interface.
The parameters have the following meaning:
Present: If the entry is „No“, no GPS protocol and no PPS signal is expected and thus not processed.
The clock is in this case controlled by the internal seconds pulse generator.
PPS: This is to configure whether the GPS receiver generates a PPS signal that is used for the
synchronisation of the internal seconds pulse generator.
Edge: This parameter specifies whether the PPS is to be taken over with a negative or a positive
edge.
Sync: This parameter specifies the time interval between two synchronisations. If a synchronisation
with the GPS receiver is not possible, the synchronisation is repeated every minute until it is
successfully carried out.
Baud rate: This parameter specifies the baud rate of the serial interface of the GPS receiver.
Data bits: This parameter specifies the number of data bits to be used on the serial interface of the
GPS receiver.
Stop bits: This parameter specifies the number of stop bits to be used on the serial interface of the
GPS receiver.
Parity This parameter specifies the parity to be used on the serial interface of the GPS receiver.
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11.6 Web interface: Analogue lines configuration
(4)
Analogue lines 1 - 4
Illustration 28: analogue lines configuration
This page enables the configuration of the parameters of a selected analogue line. The parameters
are as follows:
Clock type: The type of the connected analogue clock. Please refer to 10.9.1. for an explanation of
the different clock types.
Display This is to set whether the local time (LT) or the coordinated universal time (UTC) is to be
displayed.
Pulse length: This parameter specifies the pulse length of the clock impulse. For further information,
please refer to section 10.9.3.
Clock rate: This parameter specifies the pulse rate of the impulses that are used for time adjustment.
For further information, please refer to section 10.9.4.
Voltage: This parameter specifies the voltage to be used for the clock impulses. For further
information, please refer to section 10.9.5.
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11.7 Web interface: Analogue lines adjustment
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Illustration 29: analogue lines adjustment
The clocks of a selected analogue line can be set via this page.
The menu enables the following settings.
-
Setting of the clocks connected to the analogue lines
Interruption of the analogue line function, e.g. for repairs
Procedure for setting the clocks of an analogue line:
1. Stop the line with “stop clocks“
2. Carry out the repair works
a. without changing the time of the existing clocks
b. set the time of the newly added clock to the same time as the other clocks
3. Start the line with „start clocks“
-> The clocks are automatically set to the correct time
Procedure for setting the clocks of an analogue line:
1. Stop the line with “stop clocks”
2. Set all clocks on the line to the same time (manually at each individual clock)
3. Enter the current position of the hands in the fields “position of hands hours / minutes /
seconds“
4. Set and start the clocks with the button “adjust & start“
-> The current position of the hands is taken over and the clocks are automatically set to the
right time
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11.8 Web interface: Digital lines configuration
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Illustration 30: digital lines configuration
The corresponding digital line can be configured via this page. Please refer to the operating
instructions of the used digital clock to know the protocol values and serial interface parameters that
have to be set.
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11.9 Web interface: Secondary clock overview
Illustration 33: secondary clock overview
All ENIs logged on or installed on the main clock are listed on this page with their device number and
location text. After taking the ENIs (cf. ENI operating instructions) into operation according to the
typical procedure, the list of all ENI connected to the system is automatically available.
A query is sent regularly from the main clock to the ENIs to check their current status.
Should there be an error or if the ENI has lost its communication connection to the main clock (for
example because of a network or power failure) an error is entered into this list and can then be
displayed via the web interface.
Attention:
The query of all ENIs can last up to approx. 1 minute depending on their number and the network
utilisation.
•
•
•
•
Click on the button <ENI add> to manually install a further ENI
The background colour of the ENI line indicates the ENIs status:
o green -> ENI works without error
o red
-> ENI has got one or several errors
Move the mouse pointer on the question mark in the info field to get plaintext information
about the error.
To access the configuration of an individual ENI, click on the <Config> button
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11.10 Web interface: Ethernet secondary clock configuration
Illustration 34: ENI configuration
Calling up this page, the current configuration of the respective ENI is shown in the parameter fields.
Furthermore, the parameters of the respective ENI can be modified via this page.
The parameters are taken over for the respective ENI on the configuration list of the master clock once
they have been transmitted.
In the course of the regular status query at the ENIs (cf. 11.9) the modified configuration is also sent to
the ENI. This can take up to 1 minute depending on the number of ENIs and the network utilisation.
Attention:
If the ENI cannot be reached anymore by the master clock after the operator has modified its
configuration, the ENI is shown in the overview with its new configuration and a
communication error.
When the ENI logs on again (for example after a power failure), the stored (old) configuration is
entered into the list and the modification was not successful.
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The parameters have got the following function:
settings
parameter
Device
Enable Line
Internal device number
This is to activate (yes) or deactivate (no) the clock.
No clock
= no clock present
Second movement: seconds clock. A pulse is generated every
second. Only the second hand is taken into account when setting
the clock .
Synch.2nd movement: A pulse is generated every second. The
minute and the hour hand are “dragged along“. When setting the
clock, 12 hours are taken into account.
Minute movement: minutes clock. A pulse is generated every
minute. The hour hand is “dragged along”. 12 hours are taken into
account when setting the clock.
Half minute movement: half-minute clock. A pulse is generated
every 30 seconds. The hour hand is “dragged along”. 12 hours are
taken into account when setting the clock.
Clock Type
IP address (default)
Subnet mask (default)
Gateway
IP Multicast group
Software version
Pulse Length
Clock rate
Display
Voltage
Baud rate
Location
World-time clock
World-time offset from UTC
(+- minutes)
IP address of the secondary clock. Enter the IP address in dotted 3digit format, including the leading zero if applicable.
Network IP from ENI,
172.16.000.100
Subnetmask of the secondary clock. Enter the subnetmask in dotted
3-digit format, including the leading zero if applicable.
Network Subnetmask
255.255.000.000
Gateway address of the secondary clock Enter the IP address in
dotted 3-digit format, including the leading zero if applicable.
Network default Gateway 000.000.000.000
Multicast IP address of the secondary clock. Enter the IP address in
dotted 3-digit format, including the leading zero if applicable.
Network IP address of the Multicast group 000.000.000.000
IGMPv1, IGMPv2 and IGMPv3
ENI software version
See settings from the movement
1/1 s, 1/2 s, 1/4 s, 1/8 s, 1/16 s
See settings from the movement
1 Hz, 2 Hz, 4 Hz, 8 Hz, 16 Hz
LT
= Local Time
UTC
= Universal Time Coordinated
See settings from the movement
12 Volt, 24 Volt
Value for the serial-interface-port
(only necessary for clock connected by TX-Hi/TX-Lo)
4800, 9600, 19200, 38400
The location text or description of the secondary clock can be
entered here.
Mode for world-time clocks (No/Yes)
Yes: The displayed time is UTC plus/minus the offset
Offset in minutes, plus or minus value
in italics = default value
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11.11 Web interface: Ethernet secondary clock communication
Illustration 31: Secondary clocks settings
The Ethernet secondary clocks communication is divided into the following communication types:
TCP/IP unicast- communication:
ENIs with world time display are explicitly addressed under their
IP address.
TCP/IP multicast communication:
A group of ENIs is addressed under a multicast IP address. The
supported protocols are. IGMPv1, IGMPv2 and IGMPv3.
TCP/IP broadcast- communication: All ENIs that are in the same IP subnet as the main clock are
addressed via broadcast packets. As most routers do not route
broadcast packets, this kind of communication is limited to the
subnet.
The web page shows an overview of the ENI communication settings.
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11.12 Web interface: Master clock monitor password (BEMO)
Illustration 32: Master clock monitor password (BEMO)
The password for the BEMOs can be set via this page. The password is always valid for both BEMOs.
Attention:
Once system settings have been changed, it is necessary to save this modified data
on the compact flash.
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11.13 Web interface: Event log file
Illustration 33: event log file
All event log files are listed on this page with their modification date. As shown in Illustration 33, 10
files can be stored at maximum.
A new event log file is started each time the HEDI is rebooted. The file is shut down when the system
runs on battery and the battery is nearly empty.
Click on the button “display” to view the contents of the file.
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11.14 Web interface: Error list
Illustration 34: error list
The screen shows the current errors as shown as well on the BEMO error list (cf. chapter 10.1.3).
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11.15 Web interface: Configure error contacts
Illustration 35: configure error contacts
There are 2 relays available in the main clock that switch during active error messages.
On this page the possible errors are assigned to the relays.
If a relays is selected more than once, this relay switches when at least one of the selected errors
arises.
The relays are active if there is no error. That means both relays switch in case of a failure of supply
voltage.
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11.16 Web interface: System
Illustration 36: system
This page allows to store and to load the entire configuration and the HEDI-Firmware.
Please click on the button "Save in flash" to store the system configuration on the main clock. This
operation may take several seconds.
Click on "Download" in the configuration line to save the just stored configuration on a local computer.
The buttons "Browse…"and "Upload" serve to send the locally saved configuration back to the system.
The operating elements of the line "Firmware" are to be used correspondingly to load and save the
firmware.
With a click on the "Reset" button the HEDI is rebooted. If the configuration has not yet been saved in
the flash memory, the current configuration is overwritten with the configuration saved in the flash
memory.
The software version table shows the version of the HEDI and the Web interface software that are in
use.
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11.17 Web interface: Network interface overview (LAN)
Illustration 37: Network interface overview
You can configurate here the network settings of the main clock.
11.18 Web interface: Network Utilities (LAN)
Please find following a list of useful network tools.
Ping, Traceroute and NSLookup
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12 HEDI Maintenance
12.1 Battery replacement
Every 2 years:
Replace the internal battery to ensure the main clock’s operation in case of power failure.
1.
Switch off the supply voltage
2.
Wait until the alive LED stops
flashing
3.
Disconnect the battery
connection cable from X06
4.
Demount the battery holder.
5.
Replace the battery.
6.
Mount the battery holder.
7.
Connect the battery
connection cable to X06.
8.
Switch on the supply voltage.
Battery holder
battery connector
Battery
connection
cable X06
Illustration 38: battery replacement
Use the following type of batteries:
Technical Details & Specifications
Pin type
Voltage
Weight
EXIDE Technologies
Sonnenschein
Dimensions
Connection
Type
(manufacturer type)
A512/1,2 S
VDS No.
G 195088
Manufacturer
part no.
NGA51201D2HS0SA
Rechargeable
battery capacity
VDS certification
Battery technology
Rechargeable
S-4,8
12 V
650 g
(W x H x D)
97.5 x 54.9 x 49.5 mm
4.8 mm male spade
connector
1.2 Ah
Yes
Lead-acid gel
Yes
ATTENTION! Environmental risk!
Batteries are hazardous waste and have to be treated by approved hazardous waste disposal sites!
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13 Error search
Problem
possible cause/solution
The indicated time deviates by one
minute or second
The polarity of the movement is not correct. To remedy this
error change the terminals of the two connecting cables of the
corresponding movement, e.g. H1 A gets H1 B and H1 B gets
H1 A
Check the set ‘clock type’
cf. illustration 5 connection plan analogue clocks, ENI operating
instructions
An ENI has signalled an error and does not answer anymore.
To find out the exact cause of error, please use the web
interface.
The communication with BEMO1 was or is disturbed. The
cause may be a defect in the BEMO itself or in the cabling. It
might even be that the BEMO has been disconnected.
The communication with BEMO2 was or is disturbed. The
cause may be a defect in the BEMO itself or in the cabling. It
might even be that the BEMO has been disconnected. Another
cause of error is that the setting of the connected BEMOs is not
correct. The correct number has to be set via the service menu
of the BEMO to prevent communication problems.
This error arises if no GPS receiver is connected or if no GPS
signal can be received or if there is a hardware defect.
Furthermore, it is possible that the connected receiver is not
compatible.
This error is caused by a failure of the supply voltage of the
HEDI or by the triggering of the self-healing fuse for the internal
power supply. During the failure of the supply voltage the HEDI
and the BEMO(s) are powered by the internal battery. The
analogue lines and the digital lines do not work on battery
supply. The same applies for the GPS receiver
The battery voltage is very low and the system will be shut
down within short.
The battery was deeply discharged and is not available at the
moment for buffering. If this error should not disappear within
24 hours (by charging of the battery), the battery needs to be
replaced.
The battery is not connected.
Attention: No data back-up or storage of the hand position of
the analogue lines in case of voltage breakdown
Only a fraction of the battery’s nominal capacity is left. The
battery needs to be replaced.
There is a short-circuit in analogue line 1.
There is a short-circuit in analogue line 2.
There is a short-circuit in analogue line 3.
There is a short-circuit in analogue line 4.
The self-healing fuse for analogue lines 1 and 2 has been
activated. The reason for this is a short-circuit on the circuit
board. Should this error arise permanently or regularly, the
main clock needs to be repaired.
Attention: As long as there is this error, the digital line 1
remains without voltage supply.
Only the second hand or only
minute hand moves
ENI Error
BEMO1 Error
BEMO2 Error
GPS Error
System Power
Battery Low
Battery Error
Battery Missing
Change Battery
Line 1 Error
Line 2 Error
Line 3 Error
Line 4 Error
Line 1+2 Fuse
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Line 3+4 Fuse
System Error
The self-healing fuse for analogue lines 3 and 4 has been
activated. The reason for this is a short-circuit on the circuit
board. Should this error arise permanently or regularly, the
main clock needs to be repaired.
Attention: As long as there is this error, the digital line 2
remains without voltage supply
There is an internal error. Communication with the system
board has probably been interrupted. Please check internal
wiring and have the main clock repaired if necessary.
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14 Interface protocols
14.1 Protocol IMA51
Byte
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Mark
STX
10h
1h
10m
1m
10s
1s
10h
1h
10m
1m
10d
1d
10m
1m
10y
1y
CR
LF
HEX02
HEX0D
HEX0A
Description
Start of text
Hour ten LT
Hour one LT
Minute ten LT
Minute one LT
Second ten LT
Second one LT
Hour ten UTC
Hour one UTC
Minute ten UTC
Minute one UTC
Day ten
Day one
Month ten
Month one
Year ten
Year one
Carriage return
Line feed
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14.2 Protocol GORGI
Byte
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Mark
STX
weekday
weekday
weekday
SPACE
10d
1d
/
10m
1m
/
10y
1y
SPACE
SPACE
10h
1h
:
10m
1m
:
10s
1s
CR
NUL
HEX02
Description
Start of text
HEX20
Day ten
Day one
HEX2F
Month ten
Month one
HEX2F
Year ten
Year one
HEX20
HEX20
Hour ten
Hour one
HEX3A
Minute ten
Minute one
HEX3A
HEX0D
HEX00
Second ten
Second one
Carriage return
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Byte
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
35
Mark
STX
U
10h
1h
10m
1m
10s
1s
D
10d
1d
10m
1m
10y
1y
L
10h
1h
10m
1m
10s
1s
D
10d
1d
10m
1m
10y
1y
LF
CR
HEX02
HEX55
HEX44
HEX4C
HEX45
HEX0A
HEX0D
Description
Start of text
Data transmission of the UTC-time
Hour ten
Hour one
Minute ten
Minute one
Second ten
Second one
Data transmission of the UTC-date
Day ten
Day one
Month ten
Month one
Year ten
Year one
Data transmission of the LT-time
Hour ten
Hour one
Minute ten
Minute one
Second ten
Second one
Data transmission of the LT-date
Day ten
Day one
Month ten
Month one
Year ten
Year one
Line feed
Carriage return
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14.4 Protocol NMEA $ZCZDA
Byte
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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23
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31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
Mark
$
Z
C
Z
D
A
,
10h
1h
10m
1m
10s
1s
.
1/10s
1/100s
,
10d
1d
,
10m
1m
,
1000y
100y
10y
1y
,
Dif. 10h
Dif. 1h
,
Dif. 10m
Dif. 1m
*
CS Z
CS E
CR
LF
Description
HEX24
HEX5A
HEX43
HEX5A
HEX44
HEX41
HEX2C
Hour ten
Hour one
Minute ten
Minute one
Second ten
Second one
HEX2E
Second tenth
Second hundredth
HEX2C
Day ten
Day one
HEX2C
Month ten
Month one
HEX2C
Year thousand
Year hundred
Year ten
Year one
HEX2C
Difference hour ten
Difference hour one
HEX2C
Difference minute ten
Difference minute one
HEX2A
HEX0D
HEX0A
numeral or 30..39
letter or 41..46
Carriage return
Line feed
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14.5 Protocol ITRON
Byte Mark
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
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25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
STX
U
10h
1h
10m
1m
10s
1s
D
10d
1d
10m
1m
10y
1y
L
10h
1h
10m
1m
10s
1s
D
10d
1d
10m
1m
10y
1y
LF
CR
ETX
Description
HEX02
HEX55
HEX44
HEX4C
HEX44
HEX0A
HEX0D
HEX03
Start of text
Data transmission of the UTC-time
Hour ten
Hour one
Minute ten
Minute one
Second ten
Second one
Data transmission of the UTC-date
Day ten
Day one
Month ten
Month one
Year ten
Year one
Data transmission of the LT-time
Hour ten
Hour one
Minute ten
Minute one
Second ten
Second one
Data transmission of the LT-date
Day ten
Day one
Month ten
Month one
Year ten
Year one
Line feed
Carriage return
End of text
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14.6 Protocol MITEL
Byte Mark
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
ESC
1
M
A
I
N
T
1
CR
S
X
2
0
0
0
CR
ESC
6
T
I
M
E
SPACE
10h
1h
:
10m
1m
CR
D
E
S
K
CR
ESC
1
Description
HEX1B
HEX0D
Carriage return
HEX0D
HEX1B
Carriage return
HEX20
Hour ten LT
Hour one LT
HEX3A
HEX0D
HEX44
HEX45
HEX53
HEX4B
HEX0D
HEX1B
HEX1B
Minute ten LT
Minute one LT
Carriage return
Carriage return
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14.7 Protocol M6501
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Byte Mark
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
LF
LF
NUL
NUL
NUL
NUL
NUL
NUL
NUL
NUL
NUL
NUL
G
10h
1h
10m
1m
10s
1s
L
10h
1h
10m
1m
10s
1s
D
10d
1d
10m
1m
10y
1y
CR
Description
HEX0A
HEX0A
Line feed
Line feed
HEX47
Data transmission of the UTC-time
Hour ten
Hour one
Minute ten
Minute one
Second ten
Second one
Data transmission of the LT-time
Hour ten
Hour one
Minute ten
Minute one
Second ten
Second one
Data transmission of the UTC-date
Day ten
Day one
Month ten
Month one
Year ten
Year one
Carriage return
HEX4C
HEX44
HEX0D
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14.9 Protocol ITRON 2000
Byte Mark
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
STX
U
10h
1h
10m
1m
10s
1s
D
10d
1d
10m
1m
1000y
100y
10y
1y
L
10h
1h
10m
1m
10s
1s
D
10d
1d
10m
1m
1000y
100y
10y
1y
LF
CR
ETX
Description
HEX02
HEX55
HEX44
HEX4C
HEX44
HEX0A
HEX0D
HEX03
Start of text
Data transmission of the UTC-time
Hour ten
Hour one
Minute ten
Minute one
Second ten
Second one
Data transmission of the UTC-date
Day ten
Day one
Month ten
Month one
Year thousand
Year hundred
Year ten
Year one
Data transmission of the LT-time
Hour ten
Hour one
Minute ten
Minute one
Second ten
Second one
Data transmission of the LT-date
Day ten
Day one
Month ten
Month one
Year thousand
Year hundred
Year ten
Year one
Line feed
Carriage return
End of text
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15 Certificates
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16 Modification history
Consecutive
modification
number
Date
Modified
page
Type of modification
V 0.9
19.06.2012
first edition
CD/MW/NB
V 1.0
11.07.2012
Interface protocols added
CB
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17 Notices
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Maritime precision at its best!
Gerhard D. Wempe KG
Division Chronometerwerke
Steinstr. 23
20095 Hamburg
P: +49 (0) 40 / 33 44 8 – 899
E: chrono@wempe.de
F: +49 (0) 40 / 33 44 8 - 676
I: www.chronometerwerke-maritim.de
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