User manual ProData 2

User manual ProData 2
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Item no. 33.03.168
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ProData 2
Operating instructions and technical data
ProData II
Table of contents
General3
Inspection on receipt
6
Scope of delivery of ProData 2
7
Available accessories
7
Product description
8
Proper use
8
ProData 2 features
9
GridVis network analysis software
10
Connection variants
12
Installation14
Position of installation
14
Installation14
Supply voltage
14
RS485 interface
16
Ethernet interface
19
Digital outputs
20
Digital inputs
22
Temperature measurement input
25
Device address (RS485)
26
DIP switch S1
27
Service button S2
27
LED device status
27
Configuration and commissioning
28
Connecting the supply voltage
28
RS485 interface
28
Digital inputs
30
2
Pulse counters
31
Events33
Clock34
Timer34
Recordings35
Data memory
35
Rate conversion
36
Temperature measurement input
38
Ethernet39
Modbus gateway
40
Service and maintenance
42
Service42
Device calibration
42
Calibration42
Battery43
Replacing the battery
44
Firmware update
45
Procedure in the event of faults
46
Technical data
48
Dimension diagrams
52
Declaration of conformity
54
Connection example
56
ProData II
General
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Dangerous voltage!
Danger to life or risk of serious injury.
Disconnect the system and device from
the power supply before beginning work.
Caution!
Please follow the documentation. This
symbol warns of possible dangers that can
arise during installation, commissioning
and use.
Note!
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ProData II
Instructions for use
Please read the operating manual included in the delivery
as well as all other publications that must be referred
to for working with this product (in particular for
the installation, operation or maintenance).
Additional legal and safety regulations required for
the respective application are to be followed when using
the device.
Follow all safety regulations and warning information.
If you do not follow the information, it can result in bodily
injury and/or damage to the product.
Any unauthorised changes or use of this device, which
go beyond the mechanical, electrical or otherwise stated
operating limitations, can result in bodily injury or/and
damage to the product.
Any such unauthorised changes constitute "misuse"
and/or "negligence" in terms of the warranty for
the product and, therefore, invalidate the warranty for
covering any potential damage that result.
This device is to be operated and maintained exclusively
by specialised personnel.
Specialised personnel are persons who, based on their
respective training and experience, are qualified to
recognise risks and prevent potential dangers that can be
caused by the operation or maintenance of the device.
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If the device is not operated according
to the operating manual, protection is
no longer ensured and hazards can
be presented by the device.
Conductors made from single wires must
be fitted with wire-end ferrules.
Only pluggable screw terminals with
the same number of poles and the same
type of construction are permitted to
be connected together.
ProData II
Concerning these operating instructions
These operating instructions are part of the product.
• Read the operating instructions before using
the device.
• Keep the operating instructions throughout the entire
service life of the product and have them readily
available for reference.
• Pass the operating instructions on to each subsequent
owner or user of the product.
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All screw-type terminals included in
the scope of delivery are attached
to the device.
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ProData II
Inspection on receipt
The prerequisites of faultless, safe operation of this
device are proper transport and proper storage, setup and assembly, as well as careful operation and
maintenance. If it can be assumed that risk-free operation
is no longer possible, the unit must be immediately put
out of operation and secured against being put back into
operation again.
Packing and unpacking must be carried out with
customary care without the use of force and only using
suitable tools. The devices should be visually checked
for flawless mechanical condition.
It can be assumed that risk-free operation is no longer
possible if the device, for example,
• has visible damage,
• no longer works despite being connected to the mains
power supply,
• has been exposed to prolonged adverse conditions
(e.g. storage outside the permissible climate
limits without being adapted to the room climate,
condensation, etc.) or rough handling during
transportation (e.g. falling from a height, even if there
is no visible external damage, etc.)
• Please check the delivered items for completeness
before you start installing the device.
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ProData II
Scope of delivery of ProData 2
Number
1
Part no.
52.24.001
Description
ProData 2
1
33.03.168
Operating instructions
1
51.00.116
CD with following content
- GridVis programming software
- GridVis functional description
1
10.01.855
Screw-type terminal, pluggable, 2-pin (supply voltage)
3
10.01.873
Screw-type terminal, pluggable, 6-pin (digital/pulse inputs)
1
10.01.861
Screw-type terminal, pluggable, 4-pin (digital outputs)
1
10.01.857
Screw-type terminal, pluggable, 2-pin (RS 485)
1
10.01.859
Screw-type terminal, pluggable, 3-pin (temperature input)
1
08.01.505
Patch cable 2 m, coiled, grey (ProData/switch connection)
Available accessories
Part no.
Description
21.01.058
Battery 3 V, TYPE CR2032 (approved in acc. with UL1642)
52.24.111
S0 module for a group of S0 inputs, equipped with 1.3 kOhm resistors
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ProData II
Product description
Proper use
The ProData 2 is designed for fixed installation (mounting
rail assembly) in low voltage switchgear and is suitable
for recording and saving counter values and process
data.
The data can be used to evaluate the energy consumption
and operating hours, or to monitor switching states and
faults in buildings, production facilities, etc.
The auxiliary voltage, the digital inputs, the interfaces,
etc. are connected via intrinsically safe plug-in terminals
and via an Ethernet plug.
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ProData II
ProData 2 features
• 15 digital/pulse inputs
• 3 digital outputs, switchable via Modbus, weekly timer,
boundary value and temperature monitoring
• Temperature measurement input
• Ethernet interface (Modbus TCP)
• RS485 (Modbus RTU, slave, up to 115 kbps)
• 32 MB flash memory (29 MB usable for recordings)
• Assembly on mounting rails (35 mm)
• Connection via pluggable screw terminals
• Clock and battery function
• Weekly timer
• Threshold value monitoring
• Modbus gateway functionality*1
• Working temperature range -40 °C .. +55 °C
• Saving minimum and maximum values (with time stamp)
• Configurable records, can be read out via RS485 and Ethernet
*1
Use as a Modbus RTU slave is not possible in this mode. The ProData 2 can only forward queries to a Modbus slave device;
it cannot query Modbus slave devices independently.
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ProData II
Parameterisation
GridVis network analysis software
The parameterisation of all device functions takes place
via the RS485 serial interface or via Ethernet and with
the GridVis programming software.
The ProData 2 can be programmed and read out using
the GridVis network analysis software included in
the scope of delivery. For this, a PC must be connected
to the ProData 2 via a serial interface (RS485) or via
Ethernet (see the connection variants).
The Modbus protocol can be used to change and
retrieve data using the Modbus address list (available on
the Internet or the enclosed CD).
GridVis features
• Programming the ProData 2
• Graphical representation of measured values
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Additional components that are not
included in the scope of deliverables will be
required for parametrisation via the RS485
interface.
ProData II
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ProData II
Connection variants
Connection of a ProData 2 to a PC via an interface
converter:
ProData 2
Direct connection of a ProData 2 to a PC via Ethernet.
(twisted patch cable)
ProData 2
UMG 96RM
Connection of a ProData 2 via a UMG 604 as a gateway.
UMG 604
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(twisted patch cable)
ProData 2
ProData 2
UMG 96RM
(twisted patch cable)
(twisted patch cable)
Connection of a ProData 2 to a PC via Ethernet.
Switch
ProData II
Connection of a ProData 2 with gateway function to
a PC via Ethernet.
ProData 2
(Gateway)
Connecting a ProData 2 as a Modbus slave device.
UMG 103
(Modbus slave)
ProData 2
(Modbus slave)
UMG 104
UMG 103
(Modbus slave)
UMG 104
(Modbus slave)
(Modbus slave)
UMG 604
(Modbus master)
(twisted patch cable)
In this installation, the ProData 2 can forward queries
(e.g. from the GridVis software) to a Modbus slave
device. However, it CANNOT query Modbus slave
devices independently!
The ProData 2 is configured as a Modbus slave.
Communication to the ProData 2 can take place directly
via Ethernet or via the Modbus master.
The ProData 2 cannot forward any Ethernet queries to
a Modbus slave device!
RS485 mode: Gateway; address 3=1
RS485 mode: Slave; address 3=0
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ProData II
Installation
Installation
Position of installation
Supply voltage
The ProData 2 is designed for fixed installation in low
voltage switching devices. It is assembled on a 35 mm
mounting rail in accordance with DIN EN 60715. Can be
installed in any mounting position.
The ProData 2 requires a supply voltage to operate.
The supply voltage is connected to the front side
of the device via a 2-pin plug-in terminal.
Before connecting the supply voltage, make sure that
the voltage and frequency correspond to the details
on the ratings plate.
The supply voltage must be connected through a UL/
IEC approved fuse (6 A, type CC) or a circuit breaker
(6 A, C.Char).
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• If installed in a building, a disconnector
or circuit breaker must be provided for
the supply voltage.
• The disconnector must be installed
near the device and easily accessible
to the user.
• The switch must be marked as the circuit
breaker for this device.
• Voltages which are over the permitted
voltage range can destroy the device.
ProData II
+
DC
AC
Circuit breaker
Circuit breaker
Fuse
Fuse
L
L
N
N
Fig. Connection example of the supply voltage
to a ProData 2 via an external mains supply.
Fig. Connection example of the supply voltage
to a ProData 2.
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ProData II
RS485 interface
Termination resistors
In the ProData 2, the RS485 interface is designed as a 2pin plug contact, which communicates via the Modbus
RTU protocol (also see Parameter programming).
The cable is terminated with resistors (120 Ohm, 1/4 W)
at the beginning and at the end of a segment.
Termination within the device is possible via the S1 DIP
switch of the ProData 2.
A
Correct
B
S1
Incorrect
Fig.: Placement in the middle of the segment;
termination via DIP switch S1 deactivated (OFF)
A
B
Terminal strip in the cabinet.
S1
Fig.: Placement at the end of the segment;
termination via DIP switch S1 activated (ON)
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Device with RS485 interface
(without terminating resistor).
Device with RS485 interface
(with terminating resistor on the device).
ProData II
Screening
Cable type
Twisted screened cable should be used for connections
via the RS485 interface.
The cable used must be suitable for an environmental
temperature of at least 80 °C.
• Earth the screens of all cables that lead to the cabinet
upon entering the cabinet.
• Connect the screens over a generous area and in
a manner that will conduct well to a low-noise earth.
• Gather the cables mechanically above the earthing
clamp in order to avoid damage due to cable
movements.
• Use suitable cable glands to feed the cables into
the cabinet - e.g. armoured conduit couplings.
Recommended cable types:
Unitronic Li2YCY(TP) 2x2x0.22 (from Lapp Kabel)
Unitronic BUS L2/FIP 1x2x0.64 (from Lapp Kabel)
Maximum cable length
1200 m at a baud rate of 38.4 kbits.
Cable
Strain relief
Screen braid of the cable
Earthing clamp
Low-noise earth
Fig. Screening procedure at cabinet entry.
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ProData II
Bus structure
• All devices are connected in a bus structure (line) and
each device has its own address within the bus (see
also Parameter programming).
• Up to 32 subscribers can be connected together in
a single segment.
• The cable is terminated with resistors (bus termination
120Ohm, 1/4W) at the beginning and at the end of
a segment.
• With more that 32 subscribers, repeaters (amplifiers)
must be used to connect the individual segments.
• Devices for which the bus connection is switched
on must be under current.
• It is recommended that the master be placed at
the end of a segment.
• If the master is replaced with a bus connection,
the bus must be switched off.
• Replacing a slave with a bus connection that is either
switched on or de-energised can destabilise the bus.
• Devices that are not connected to the bus can
be replaced without destabilising the bus.
Power supply necessary
Master
T
Bus terminator on
T
T
Slave
Slave
Slave
Repeater
T
T
Slave
Slave
Slave
Slave
Fig. Bus structure
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ProData II
Ethernet interface
The Ethernet network settings should be specified
by the network administrator and set accordingly
on the ProData 2 using the GridVis software.
If the network settings are not known, the ProData 2 may
not be integrated into the network via the patch cable.
LEDs of the Ethernet interface
LED
Yellow
Green
Function
Illuminates when a connection (LINK)
is present.
Illuminates sporadically when
a network activity occurs.
PC / Switch
Ethernet
Connection
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Caution!
Connection of the ProData 2 to the Ethernet
may only be carried out after discussion
with the network administrator.
Caution!
The ProData 2 is factory-set to the fixed
IP address 10.10.10.200 (subnet mask
255.0.0.0). The allocation of a dynamic IP
address is disabled.
The settings can be changed via a suitable
Ethernet connection using the GridVis
software.
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ProData II
Digital outputs
The ProData 2 features three digital outputs that have
a joint reference. The status of each of the outputs is
shown by the corresponding LED. The corresponding
LED illuminates red when the output is set to active,
regardless of whether there is a continuing connection
to this interface.
Digital output 1 can also be configured to monitor
the temperature. This can be switched via the temperature
measurement input and using a comparator.
• The digital outputs can be controlled via Modbus and
the weekly timer.
• An external auxiliary voltage is required.
• The digital outputs can switch AC and DC loads.
• The digital outputs are not short-circuit proof.
• Connected cables that are longer than 30 m must
be shielded when laid.
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Fig. connection
Digital/pulse outputs
ProData II
DC connection example
External 24 V
Auxiliary voltage AC/DC
+
ProData 2
-
Digital outputs 1-3
Digital outputs 1-3
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Digital
Output 1
Caution!
Digital outputs are not short-circuit proof.
DC
Digital
Output 2
K1
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Digital
Output 3
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Fig. Example of two relays connected
to the digital outputs
K2
DC
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Functions for the digital outputs can be
adjusted clearly in the GridVis software
provided in the scope of delivery.
A connection between the ProData 2 and
the PC via an interface is required to use
the GridVis software.
When using the digital outputs as pulse
outputs, the auxiliary voltage (DC) must
have a maximum residual ripple of 5%.
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ProData II
Digital inputs
The ProData 2 features 15 digital inputs, which are
subdivided into three groups of 5 inputs, each with
a joint earth.
The status of each of the inputs is shown by
the corresponding LED. The corresponding LED
illuminates green if there is a signal on this interface.
An input signal is recognised (signal “1”) if a voltage of at
least 18 V is applied (typically 4 mA at 24 V). If the voltage
is lower than 5 V DC, no input signal exists (signal "0").
Wiring longer than 30 m must be screened.
Correct polarity of the supply voltage (20 ... 30 V DC)
must be ensured!
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Caution!
Correct polarity of the supply voltage for
the digital inputs must be ensured.
Group 1
Group 2
+
+
-
-
Fig. Connection
example of digital
inputs of groups
1 and 2
ProData II
External
Auxiliary voltage
24 V DC
-
ProData 2
Digital inputs 1-5
4k
6
3,9V
5
Digital
Input 5
4k
4
3
S3
3,9V
2
Digital
Input 2
4k
S4
3,9V
Digital
Input 3
4k
S5
3,9V
Digital
Input 4
4k
+
S2
3,9V
1
Digital
Input 1
S1
Fig. Example of
the connection of
external switch
contacts S1 to S5
to digital inputs
1 to 5.
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ProData II
S0 pulse input
External
Auxiliary voltage
You can connect an S0 pulse
DIN EN62053-31 to any digital input.
transducer
per
This requires an auxiliary voltage with an output voltage in
the range 20 .. 27 V DC and a resistor of 1.3 kOhm/1 W.
-
ProData 2
Digital inputs 1-5
4k
+
6
3,9V
5
S0 plug-in module
(optional, article number 52.24.111)
• Enables simple and fast connection of S0 pulse
transducers.
• Module for a group of 5 inputs with integrated
resistors.
24 V DC
Digital
Input 5
4k
3,9V
4
Digital
Input 4
1.3 k/1 W
4k
3,9V
3
Digital
Input 3
4k
Fig.: S0 plug-in module
to connect
S0 pulse transducers
3,9V
2
Digital
Input 2
4k
3,9V
1
Digital
Input 1
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S0
pulse
transducer
ProData II
Temperature measurement input
Temperature sensors with a resistance region of
between 60 Ohm and 2.6 kOhm can be connected
to the temperature measurement input. Do not exceed
the total resistance load (sensor + cable) of 4 kOhm.
The temperature measurement value is determined
once per second. The sensor type and the desired
temperature offset can be set using the GridVis software
or a Modbus.
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Example:
3-line connection PT100
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25
Example:
2-line connection PT1000
26
27
a
k
25
Example:
2-line connection KTY83
26
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When connecting the KTY83/84 sensor, correct polarity
must be ensured. The negative connection (indicated
with a black ring) must be connected to terminal 25.
Fig.: PT1000 line
connection
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ProData II
Device address (RS485)
If multiple devices are connected to each other via
the RS485 interface, a master device can only identify
the devices by their device address. Within a network,
each device must have its own device address.
The device address can be configured via the rotary
switch that is available on the ProData 2. In this way
addresses can be set in the range of 1 to 99.
X10
X1
9 01
2
8
7 43
65
9 01
2
8
7 43
65
The device address 0 0 is
reserved and may not be assigned
for operation with Modbus
communication.
9 01
2
8
7 43
65
9 01
2
8
7 43
65
The device address 99 is reached
by setting the rotary switch X10 to
9 and X1 to 9. A device address
with a higher value cannot be set
for the ProData 2.
9 01
2
8
7 43
65
9 01
2
8
7 43
65
Example: Setting
address to 13.
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9 01
2
8
7 43
65
9 01
2
8
7 43
65
Factory setting:
Device address 1.
Setting options for the device
address via the rotary switch
DIP switch S1
(device termination)
the device
Service button S2
ProData II
DIP switch S1
If the ProData 2 is integrated into a bus via the RS485
interface, a termination resistor has to be set (see
the RS485 interface, termination resistors chapter)
depending on the placement of the ProData within
the segment.
Termination within the device is possible via the S1 DIP
switch of the ProData 2.
Service button S2
LED
Red/Green
Green
Red
Red/Green
Function
Shows the initialisation process during
the start phase (approx. 15 seconds)
Device is operational
Device error
If the start process is complete
and both LEDs are still illuminated,
the initialisation process was
interrupted. Perform a device update
(firmware) via the software.
The service button is only to be used by instructed
service employees and must not be pressed by those
who are not acquainted with it.
LED device status
LED device status
The status LEDs below the RS485 interface show
different states of the device. During the start process,
the red and the green LEDs illuminate at the same time.
Once the start process is complete (approximately
15 seconds), the red LED illuminates; the green LED
indicates flawless operation of the device.
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ProData II
Configuration and commissioning
Connecting the supply voltage
Device termination (termination resistor)
The supply voltage must be connected to configure and
commission the ProData 2.
For fault-free operation of the devices within a bus
structure, termination resistors must be set at the start
and the end of a segment. If the ProData 2 is at the start
or the end of a segment, a termination can be switched
via the DIP switch S1.
The supply voltage level for the ProData 2 is specified
on the rating plate.
RS485 interface
The following parameters must be set to operate
the RS485 interface:
- Device termination (termination resistor)
- Device address (see the device address chapter)
- Baud rate
- Stop bits
The factory settings and the setting area for the baud
rate are specified in the parameter list.
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S1
ON
OFF
ON: Device termination active (120 Ohm)
OFF: Device termination inactive
Device termination
ProData II
Baud rate
A common baud rate can be adjusted for the RS485
interface. The baud rate must be selected consistently
in the grid and set via address 002.
Address 004 can be used to set the number of stop bits
where 0=1 bit (factory setting) and 1=2 bits. Data bits (8)
and parity (none) are fixed default values.
Setting
0
1
2
3
4
Baud rate
9.6kbps
19.2kbps
38.4kbps
57.6kbps
115.2kbps (factory setting)
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ProData II
Digital inputs
Functional attributes
The ProData 2 features 15 digital inputs, which are
subdivided into three groups of 5 inputs:
Specific functions can be assigned to digital inputs 1 - 10.
In this function mode, operating these inputs as pulse
counters is not possible.
• The status of each of the inputs is shown by
the corresponding LED. The corresponding
LED illuminates green if there is a signal on this
interface.
• The GridVis software can be used to assign a
name, unit and description to each digital input.
• The states of the digital inputs are each located on
their own Modbus address.
• The last 16 switches (events) are logged with a
time stamp for each digital input.
• Digital inputs 1-10 can be configured as functional
inputs. Operating these inputs as pulse counters is
not possible in this configuration.
• A tariff selection can be assigned to each digital
input where only the highest activated tariff runs.
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Digital input 1 to 8:
Configuration as tariff converter
Digital input 9:
Synchronisation of the internal clock; choosing between
minute or hour synchronisation is possible. However,
synchronisation is also possible via a Modbus address.
Digital input 10:
Reset for the synchronisation values (see notes).
You also have the option of resetting the mean values via
a Modbus address.
ProData II
Pulse counters
All digital inputs can be operated with a frequency of
25 Hz. Here, the pulse duration and the pulse interval
must be greater than 20 ms. The typical pulse duration
for S0 pulses is 30 ms.
Pulse duration
> 20 ms
The pulse counters can be configured with
a simultaneous measurement value or power calculation.
The pulses are counted as 64-bit numbers and overflow
after approximately 1.17 x 1010 years of continuous
operation (25 Hz).
Pulse interval
> 20 ms
Pulse value:
A pulse value can be assigned to each digital input.
Use the impulse value to specify the measurement value
or power value (e.g. energy) to which a pulse should
The maximum number of pulses per hour is based on correspond.
the minimum pulse duration and the minimum pulse
Measurement value calculation:
interval:
Pulse length
Pulse interval
Max. pulse/h
20 ms
30 ms
50 ms
100 ms
500 ms
1 s
10 s
20 ms
30 ms
50 ms
100 ms
500 ms
1 s
10 s
90 000 pulse/h
60 000 pulse/h
36 000 pulse/h
18 000 pulse/h
3600 pulse/h
1800 pulse/h
180 pulse/h
Measurement value = pulse x pulse value
Power value calculation:
Power value =
pulse x pulse value
Time [sec]
Examples of the maximum possible number of pulses
per hour.
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ProData II
S0 power values
Since the pulse interval may be very large, continual
calculation of the measurement or power values is not
possible. For this reason, only the mean values are
calculated. For measurement value calculation, the mean
values are calculated from the number of pulses per
period multiplied by the pulse value. For power value
calculation, this value must be divided by the amount of
time that can be set.
The period is assigned to the digital input and can be
set in a region of 1 to 60 minutes. After the period ends,
the value can be called via the Modbus.
For each digital input, an external synchronisation
can be triggered; in this case, a synchronisation pulse
completes one period and starts a new period. A fixed
capture period of 30 seconds is preset for external
synchronisation. If no synchronisation pulse exists after
the period expires, a maximum of 30 seconds is waited
and the software then carries out the synchronisation.
All further periods are synchronised by the software.
A period of 15 min is the factory setting.
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The calculation result for the S0-power
value is not until the end of the cycle available.
ProData II
Events
Events are status changes of the relevant digital inputs
that are logged in a ring buffer.
Status changes (events):
Time
7
6
5
4
Oldest value
3
2
1
0
Current value
15
0
1
13
14
12
11
4
5
10
3
9
8
2
The ring buffer saves
the last 16 events for each
digital input and specifies
the time stamp and
the current status. Within
the ring buffer, the event
field with the index 0 always
describes
the current
status of the relevant digital
input.
9
8
12 11 10
7
15 14 13
6
Event:
Fig.: Ring buffer for
16 field elements
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ProData II
Clock
Timer
The internal device clock is recorded in UTC (Universal
Time Coordinated) format with a resolution of 1 second
and converted into the local time via a possible
configuration of the time zone and the switch between
daylight saving time and standard time.
The time can be read and set via a Modbus address.
The GridVis software can be used as a user-friendly way
to set the clock.
In the ProData 2, 64 independent weekly timers can be
set; here, the resolution is 1 minute. The weekly timer
defines an active period within a day; the active day
must be released within a week.
A minute or hour synchronisation of the time takes place
via digital input 9.
Example:
Current device time
Time after minute pulse
15:05:51
15:06:00
15:05:11
15:05:00
Current device time
15:05:11
Time after hour pulse
15:00:00
When synchronising the time via Ethernet (NTP),
the external clock is only set and is read during a restart.
The NTP service can receive broadcasts (passive) or
send queries to an NTP server (active). In active mode,
an NTP server with the IP address must be set. A name
resolution is not possible.
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Example of an active period:
From 9:25 to 11:45 am Sunday, Monday and Friday
The weekly timers can be configured as tariff converters
(1..8), setting digital outputs 1-3, but also as "inoperable".
The status can always be queried via the Modbus.
The states of the timer are linked via an OR operator to
the digital output.
The weekly timer must be set using the GridVis software.
ProData II
Recordings
Data memory
Recordings in the data flash (for GridVis software):
The size of the ProData 2's flash memory is 32 MB;
24 MB is available for recordings and 5 MB is available
for the cyclical drawings of the work values.
• Up to 8 recordings with up to 29 values can
be stored in the ProData 2.
• The smallest time basis for recordings is 1 minute
and the largest time basis is 60 min.
• Recordings and the names of the power values
can be adjusted and extended via the GridVis
software.
Recording all 15 channels at a recording interval of
15 minutes results in a recording depth of approximately
1024 days.
The memory is read or deleted via a Modbus or via
the GridVis software.
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ProData II
Rate conversion
A tariff selection of 1 to 8 can be assigned to each digital
input; the tariffs can be activated via digital inputs 1-8,
via a Modbus and via the timer. Each input can be reset
individually via the GridVis software.
Bit-by-bit representation of the tariff conversion
Input
The tariff conversion via Modbus takes place via
addresses 1940 (for digital input 1) to 1954 (digital
input 16). The relevant tariff is to be selected by setting
or deleting bits 0 to 7. Only the highest-value tariff is
evaluated.
Bit: 0
1
2
3
4
5 6
7
01000000
Tariff 8 (0 = not set)
Tariff 7 (0 = not set)
Tariff 6 (0 = not set)
Tariff 5 (0 = not set)
Tariff 4 (0 = not set)
Tariff 3 (0 = not set)
Tariff 2 (1 = tariff set)
Tariff 1 (0 = not set)
Example of tariff 2 set: If the value is set to address 1940,
the tariff conversion for digital input 1 applies.
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Tariff
T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6
T7
T8
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Address
1
1940
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1941
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
...
...
15
1954
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
Example: For digital input 1, tariff 2 is set, for input 15,
tariff 3 is set.
In addition to the tariff conversion, the individual tariffs
are to be activated via Modbus addresses 1700 (tariff 1)
to 1707 (tariff 8).
Address
Tariff
1700
1
0 = tariff deactivated, 1 = tariff activated
1701
2
0 = tariff deactivated, 1 = tariff activated
1702
3
0 = tariff deactivated, 1 = tariff activated
...
...
...
1707
8
0 = tariff deactivated, 1 = tariff activated
ProData II
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ProData II
Temperature measurement input
The temperature measurement value is determined
once per second. The sensor type and the desired
temperature offset can be set using the GridVis software
or a Modbus.
Threshold value monitoring of the temperature
measurement input is possible using a comparator.
The results of the comparator can be combined with
the OR operator.
The combination result of the comparator group can
be assigned to digital output 1.
Sensor types:
- PT100 / PT1000
- KTY83 / KTY84
Fig.: GridVis software, configuration menu
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C
Threshold value monitoring can be
adjusted clearly in the GridVis software
provided in the scope of delivery.
A connection between the ProData 2 and
the PC via an interface is required to use
the GridVis software.
ProData II
Ethernet
Within an Ethernet, each device has a unique TCP/IP
address that can be assigned manually or from a DHCP
server.
Fixed IP address:
In simple networks without a DHCP server, the network
address of the ProData 2 must be set via a Modbus or
via the GridVis software.
BootP:
BootP allows for fully-automatic integration of
the ProData 2 into an existing network. However,
BootP is an older protocol and does not provide
the scope of functions provided by DHCP.
DHCP mode:
DHCP allows for fully-automatic integration of a ProData
2 into an existing network with a DHCP server without
additional configuration. When started, the ProData 2
automatically obtains the IP address, the network mask
and the gateway from the DHCP server.
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Caution!
Connection of the ProData 2 to the Ethernet
may only be carried out after discussion
with the network administrator.
Caution!
The device is factory-set to the fixed
IP address 10.10.10.200 (subnet mask
255.0.0.0). The allocation of a dynamic IP
address is disabled.
The settings can be changed via a suitable
Ethernet connection using the GridVis
software.
Factory default settings:
Fixed IP address
IP address
10.10.10.200
Subnet mask
255.0.0.0
DHCPdeactivated
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ProData II
Modbus gateway
The ProData 2 can be set as a Modbus gateway with
the following limitations:
• In this mode, the ProData 2 cannot be used as a
Modbus RTU slave device.
• In this mode, the ProData 2 converts Modbus TCP
packages from port 502 (only TCP) to Modbus
RTU and sends these via the RS485 interface.
If a response is received via the RS485 interface
within a timeout period that can be set, this is
converted to Modbus TCP again and sent via
the IP connection.
• The ProData 2 can only forward queries (e.g.
from the GridVis software) to a Modbus slave
device. It CANNOT query Modbus slave devices
independently.
PC with GridVis software
Ethernet
ProData 2
as gateway
Ethernet
UMG 104
Slave 1
Modbus
UMG 103
Slave 2
Modbus
UMG 604
Slave 3
Modbus
Fig.: Connection variant with ProData 2 as a gateway.
The ProData 2 converts the queries of the GridVis
software (TCP packages via Ethernet) for the Modbus
slave devices (Modbus RTU) and forwards these via
the RS485 interface (RS485 mode: Gateway; Addr. 3=1).
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ProData II
PC with GridVis software
Ethernet
ProData 2
as slave 1
UMG 104
Slave 2
Modbus
UMG 103
Slave 3
Modbus
UMG 604
Master
Modbus
Fig.: Connection variant with ProData 2 as a Modbus
RTU slave device.
The ProData 2 can be addressed directly via Ethernet
but it cannot send any Ethernet queries to a Modbus
slave device. The ProData 2 contains a slave function in
the RS485 bus and can be read from the master device
(UMG 604). (RS485 mode: Slave; Addr. 3=0).
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ProData II
Service and maintenance
Service
The device underwent various safety checks before
delivery and is marked with a seal. If a device is open,
then the safety checks must be repeated. Warranty
claims will only be accepted if the device is unopened.
Should questions arise, which are not described in this
manual, please contact the manufacturer directly.
Repairs
Repair work can be carried out by the manufacturer only.
Front film
The front film can be cleaned with a soft cloth and
standard household cleaning agent. Do not use acids
and products containing acid for cleaning.
Disposal
The ProData 2 can be reused or recycled as electronic
scrap in accordance with the legal provisions.
The permanently installed lithium battery must be
disposed of separately.
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We will need the following information from you
to answer any questions:
- Device name (see rating plate),
- Serial number (see rating plate),
- Software release,
- Supply voltage,
- Precise description of the error.
Device calibration
The devices are calibrated by the manufacturer at
the factory - it is not necessary to recalibrate the device
providing that the environmental conditions are complied
with.
Calibration
We recommend having a re-calibration carried out
by the manufacturer or an accredited laboratory
approximately every 5 years.
ProData II
Battery
The internal clock is fed from the supply voltage.
If the supply voltage fails then the clock is powered by
the battery.
The clock provides date and time information, e.g. for
the records and events.
The life expectancy of the battery is at least 5 years
with a storage temperature of +45 °C. The typical life
expectancy of the battery is 8 to 10 years.
The battery status (full capacity, undervoltage, no capacity)
can be read via the Modbus (address 4942) / Ethernet using
the GridVis software. If the battery is exhausted and no
time synchronisation (NTP) is set, the software takes
the last valid time stamp from the memory and resumes
from there.
Modbus
Address
4942
(short,
16-bit)
Bit
Status description
0
• Battery capacity exhausted
• Clock has stopped and must
be set if necessary
• Battery should be replaced
1
• Battery capacity nearly
exhausted
• Battery should be replaced
2
• Battery capacity low
• Battery should be replaced
Table: Battery status
(can be read via Modbus in address 4942).
The following chapter provides information about
changing the battery.
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ProData II
Replacing the battery
If the battery capacity that is displayed by the GridVis
software is in the "Undervoltage" range, we recommend
changing the battery.
If the capacity of the battery is too low and a time
synchronisation via NTP is not set, the device software
takes the last valid time stamp and resumes it.
The battery is replaced via the battery insert provided on
the front of the device. Ensure that the correct type of
battery is used here and observe correct polarity when
changing it. Information about polarity is provided on
the battery insert cover.
Procedure
1. To change the battery, the device must be switched off.
2. Discharge any electrostatic charge in your body, e.g.
by touching an earthed cabinet or metal part (radiator)
connected to the earth of the building.
3. Open the battery compartment on the front of
the device.
4. Remove the battery from the battery compartment,
e.g. using long-nose pliers.
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5. Ensure that the polarity is as shown on the battery
compartment and slide the replacement battery into
the battery compartment. Use a battery compliant
with the description in the technical data for this.
The battery must fulfil the safety requirements of
UL1642. Otherwise, there is a risk of combustion or
explosion.
6. Close the battery compartment with the relevant
cover.
7. Dispose of the old battery according to the legal
regulations.
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Grease or dirt on the contact surfaces
form a transfer resistance that will
shorten the life of the battery. Only touch
the battery at the edges.
Make sure that the correct type of battery
is used and observe correct polarity when
changing it.
ProData II
Firmware update
If the device is connected to a computer via Ethernet
(Modbus TCP) or the RS485 interface (Modbus RTU),
the device firmware can be updated via the GridVis
software.
The new firmware is transferred by selecting a suitable
update menu (Tools/Upgrade Devices menu) and
the device.
Fig. Battery insertion compartment
on the front
Fig. GridVis firmware update assistant
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ProData II
Procedure in the event of faults
Possible fault
Cause
Remedy
The device does not function
External fusing for the power
supply voltage has tripped
Initialisation of the device
terminated (see the chapter on
LED device
status)
Device defective
Replace the fuse
Incorrect device address
Correct the device address
Different bus speeds (baud rate)
Correct the speed (baud rate)
Incorrect protocol
Correct the protocol
Termination missing
Close bus with termination resistor
Defective or faulty connection
paths
Incorrect addressing mode
selected
Incorrect device address
Check connection paths
Defective or faulty connection
paths
Device defective.
Check connection paths and
correct if necessary
Send the device to the manufacturer
for inspection and testing along with
an accurate fault description.
Status LEDs illuminate RED and
GREEN after the start process
Status LED illuminates RED
No connection to the device
(RS485)
No connection to the device
(Ethernet)
Device still does not work
despite the above measures.
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Send the device to the
manufacturer for inspection
and testing along with an accurate
fault description.
Send the device for inspection
Check addressing mode and
correct if necessary
Correct the device address
ProData II
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ProData II
Technical data
General information
Net weight (with attached connectors)
approx. 200 g
Packaging weight (including accessories)
approx. 440 g
Battery
Lithium battery CR2032, 3V (approval i.a.w. UL 1642)
Transport and storage
The following information applies to devices which are transported or stored in the original packaging.
Free fall
1m
Temperature
K55 (-40 °C to +70 °C)
Relative humidity
0 to 90 % RH
Ambient conditions during operation
The ProData 2 is intended for weather-protected, stationary use.
Protection class II in acc. with IEC 60536 (VDE 0106, Part 1).
Flammability rating of housing
UL 94V-0
Working temperature range
K55 (-40 °C to +55 °C)
Relative humidity
5 to 95 % RH (at +25 °C without condensation)
Operating altitude
0 .. 2000 m above sea level
Degree of pollution
2
Mounting / assembly
Mounting rails 35 mm
(in acc. with IEC/EN60999-1, DIN EN 50022)
Mounting position
any
Ventilation
Forced ventilation is not required.
Protection against ingress of solid foreign bodies and water
IP20 in acc. with EN60529
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ProData II
Supply voltage
Installation overvoltage category
300 V CAT II
Protection of the supply voltage
Fuse: 6 A, type CC (approved in acc. with UL/IEC) or
Circuit breaker: 6 A, type C.Char
Nominal range
20 V - 250 V (45..65 Hz) or DC 20 V - 300 V
Power consumption
max. 4 VA / 2 W
Terminal connection capacity (supply voltage)
Conductors to be connected. Only one conductor can be connected per terminal!
Single core, multi-core, fine-stranded
0.2 - 2.5 mm2, AWG 26 - 12
Terminal pins, core end sheath
0.2 - 2.5 mm2
Tightening torque
0.4 - 0.5 Nm
Stripping length
7 mm
Digital outputs, DIN EN 62053-31:1998 (IEC 62053-31:1998 class B)
3 digital outputs, semiconductor relays, not short-circuit proof.
Operating voltage
20 V - 30 V DC (SELV or PELV supply)
Switching voltage
max. 60 V DC
Switching current
max. 50 mAeff DC
Pulse output (energy pulse)
max. 20 Hz
Pulse output
in acc. with DIN EN 62053-31:1998 (IEC 62053-31:1998 class B)
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ProData II
Digital inputs
15 digital inputs, semiconductor relays, not short-circuit proof.
Operating voltage
20 V - 30 V DC (SELV or PELV supply)
Input signal present (signal "1")
> 18V DC (typical 4 mA for 24 V)
Input signal not present (signal "0")
< 5V DC
Pulse input (S0), maximum count frequency
25 Hz
Pulse input *1
in acc. with DIN EN 62053-31:1998 (IEC 62053-31:1998 class B)
Note about digital inputs:
*1
To operate the device in accordance with DIN EN 62053-31 (S0), a resistor with 1.3 kOhm/1 W must be connected parallel to the input.
Temperature measurement input
1 input (3-wire measurement).
Update time
1 second
Connectable sensors
PT100, PT1000, KTY83, KTY84
Total burden (sensor + cable)
max. 4 kOhm
Sensor type
Temperature range
Resistor range
Uncertainty in measurement
KTY83
-55 °C ... +175 °C
500 Ohm ... 2.6 kOhm
± 1.5% rng
KTY84
-40 °C ... +300 °C
350 Ohm ... 2.6 kOhm
± 1.5% rng
PT100
-99 °C ... +500 °C
60 Ohm ... 180 Ohm
± 1.5% rng
PT1000
-99 °C ... +500 °C
600 Ohm ... 1.8 kOhm
± 1.5% rng
Cable length: Digital inputs and outputs, temperature measurement input
Up to 30 m
Unshielded
More than 30 m
Shielded
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ProData II
Terminal connection capacity: Digital inputs and outputs, temperature measurement input
Rigid/flexible
0.20 - 1.5 mm2, AWG 28-16
Flexible with core end sheath without plastic sleeve
0.20 - 1.5 mm2
Flexible with core end sheath with plastic sleeve
0.20 - 1.5 mm2
Tightening torque
0.20 - 0.25 Nm
Stripping length
7 mm
Serial interface
RS485 - Modbus RTU/Slave
9.6 kbps, 19.2 kbps, 38.4 kbps, 57.6 kbps, 115.2 kbps
Stripping length
7 mm
Terminal connection capacity (serial interface)
Single core, multi-core, fine-stranded
0.20 - 1.5 mm2
Terminal pins, core end sheath
0.20 - 1.5 mm2
Tightening torque
0.20 - 0.25 Nm
Stripping length
7 mm
Ethernet connection
Connection
RJ45
Functions
Modbus gateway
Protocols
TCP/IP, DHCP Client (BootP), Modbus/TCP (Port 502),
ICMP (Ping), NTP
Clock
Precision
+/- 5 ppm in temperature range -40 °C to 70 °C
(corresponding to approx. 3 minutes p.a.)
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ProData II
Dimension diagrams
All dimensions provided in mm
ProData 2 front view
ProData 2 side view
with Ethernet connector inserted
90
32.2
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107.5
35.5
46
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ProData II
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ProData II
Declaration of conformity
The product fulfils the following EC Directives:
2004/108/EG Electromagnetic compatibility of electrical equipment.
2006/95/EG Electrical equipment for use within certain voltage limits.
Considered standards:
Noise immunity
IEC/EN 61326-1:2013
Class A: Industrial environment
IEC/EN 61000-4-2:2009 Electrostatic discharge
IEC/EN 61000-4-3:2011, EMV-ILA V01-03
Electromagnetic RF Field 80-1000MHz
IEC/EN 61000-4-3:2011, EMV-ILA V01-03
Electromagnetic RF Field 1000-2700MHz
IEC/EN 61000-4-4:2013, EMV-ILA V01-03
Burst
IEC/EN 61000-4-5:2007, EMV-ILA V01-03
Surge
IEC/EN 61000-4-6:2009, EMV-ILA V01-03 Conducted disturbances 0.15-80MHz
IEC/EN 61000-4-11:2005, EMV-ILA V01-03
Voltage dips, short interrupts, voltage variations and frequency changes
Noise emission
IEC/EN 61326-1:2013
IEC/CISPR11/EN 55011:2011 IEC/CISPR11/EN 55011:2011 EMV-ILA V01-03
Class B: Residental environment Radio disturbance field strength 30-1000MHz
Radio disturbance voltage 0.15-30MHz
Radio disturbance voltage 9-150kHz
Equipment safety
IEC/EN 61010-1:2011
IEC/EN 61010-2-030:2011
Safety requirements for electrical equipment for Measurement, control and laboratory use – Part 1: General requirements
Particular requirements for testing and measuring circuits
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ProData II
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ProData II
Connection example
DI1
1
DI2
DI3
2
DI4
3
-
DI5
4
5
24 V
DC
+
=
DI6
6
DI7
7
DI8
8
DI9
9
10
D10
11
-
B
24 V
DC
A
12
13
14
B
A
Digital inputs
RS485
ProData 2
-
=
+
24 V
DC
16
17
18
DI11 DI12 DI13
19
21
20
DI14 DI15
24 V
DC
-
22
DO1
+
=
15
Digital outputs
23
DO2
24
DO3
Temperature inputs
25
26
27
Supply
voltage
L/+ N/-
PT1000
Digital inputs
Circuit breaker
Fuse
L
N
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Ethernet
+
=
PC
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