Universal Remote Ethernet XM-210 ETH

Universal Remote Ethernet XM-210 ETH
Universal Remote Ethernet
XM-210 ETH
User Manual
Universal Remote Ethernet
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Introduction
Thank you for choosing our XM-210 ETH. To ensure its proper and efficient usage, it is
important to read this user manual thoroughly to understand how to operate the XM-210 ETH,
before operating it.
About this Manual
1 - This manual should be delivered to the end user of the XM-210 ETH;
2 - The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice;
3 - All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form without the
written consent from DLG;
4 - The specifications contained herein are limited to standard models and do not cover
customized versions;
5 - All precautions were taken on preparing this manual, in order to guarantee the quality of
its information.
CAUTION!
The instrument described in this technical user manual is a device suitable for application
in a specialized technical area. DLG supplied products are submitted to a strict quality control
process. However, electronic industrial control equipment may cause damage to machinery or
processes in the event of any failure or improper operations and may even endanger human
lives. The user is responsible for settling and selecting values of the parameters of the
instrument. The manufacturer warns of the risk of incidents with injuries to both people and
goods, resulting from the incorrect use of the equipment.
Contents
INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................... 3
CONTENTS ................................................................................................................................. 4
PRESENTATION ......................................................................................................................... 5
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS .......................................................................................................... 6
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................. 7
Input characteristics ........................................................................................................................7
General characteristics ....................................................................................................................8
LEDs ...............................................................................................................................................8
DIMENSIONS .............................................................................................................................. 9
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION ................................................................................................ 10
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION ................................................................................................. 11
Power supply ................................................................................................................................. 12
Digital inputs.................................................................................................................................. 12
Relay outputs and alarms .............................................................................................................. 12
Pt100 input .................................................................................................................................... 14
Thermocouple input....................................................................................................................... 14
Current input ................................................................................................................................. 14
Voltage input ................................................................................................................................. 15
Logic level input............................................................................................................................. 15
Frequency input............................................................................................................................. 15
Modbus RTU communications....................................................................................................... 16
OPERATION .............................................................................................................................. 17
Starting the XM-210 ETH .............................................................................................................. 17
HTTP server (webserver) .............................................................................................................. 18
Communication settings ................................................................................................................ 19
Ethernet switch .............................................................................................................................. 21
Reset............................................................................................................................................. 22
SNMP............................................................................................................................................ 23
Modbus table ................................................................................................................................. 24
Modbus register details ................................................................................................................. 30
RECOMMENDATIONS.............................................................................................................. 32
ETHERNET CABLE AND CONNECTORS SPECIFICATION ................................................... 32
WARRANTY .............................................................................................................................. 33
COPYRIGHT NOTE ................................................................................................................... 34
REFERENCES .......................................................................................................................... 34
NOTES....................................................................................................................................... 35
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Presentation
The Universal Remote Ethernet XM-210 ETH
is designed to promote versatility and robustness
in industrial plants.
With is processing core based in the ARM®
technology, the XM-210 ETH offers speed and
accessibility to field variables through the Modbus
TCP protocol over Ethernet and also through the
Modbus RTU protocol over the RS-485 physical
interface, thus enabling the acquisition of 16 inputs
from several kind of signals such as
thermocouples, RTD resistive sensors, current, tension, frequency and logical levels.
The available inputs and product features are described below:

Thermocouples type J, K, T, R, S, E, N, B (ITS-90) with cold junction
compensation

RTD type Pt100 (two or three wires)

Current 0-20 mA and 4-20 mA

Voltage 0 – 75 mV, 0 – 5 V or 0 – 10 V

Logic level maximum amplitude 12 Vdc

Frequency up to 10 kHz with 4 simultaneous channels with 0.3 V to 50 V
sensibility

Two digital inputs isolated up to 30 Vdc for alarm acknowledgment

Two alarm levels per channel, configurable (high, low, or differential) with
hysteresis and delay of 1 to 10 seconds

Two relay outputs for alarm status

Fully detachable (plug-in type) connection to the terminal block

Integrated Ethernet switch
The XM-210 ETH is configured by the universal DLG configuration tool DLG Tools.
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Typical Applications
The Universal Remote Ethernet XM-210 ETH is designed to several types of industrial
applications, enabling the concentration of distributed field data. The XM-210 ETH applications
demonstrate high optimization in remote field data acquisition, which were previously delegated
to controllers, increasing the process scalability and decreasing costs.
The 16 inputs of the XM-210 ETH acquire reliable data for SCADA systems.
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Technical Specifications
Input characteristics
Type
Parameter
Current
Voltage
Logic level
Burnout in 3.5
-10
+60
Operating range
Pt100
-200
850
Frequency
Current
Voltage
Thermocouple
Pt100
Frequency
0.0004 10
49
5
5
5
150
@10Vp 10KHz
0-20
±1
4-20
±1
0-75
± 0.003
0-5
± 0.25
0-10
± 0.5
± 0.1
Pt
± 0.1
Cold
comp.
junction
Current
Voltage
A/D precision
Frequency precision
Comments
20
10
12
1820
1000
1200
1370
1300
1760
1800
400
Thermocouple
Linearization
Max
0
0
0
600
-180
-210
-260
-260
-50
-50
-260
Input signal
Input impedance
Min
Thermocouple
Pt100
Cold
junction
comp.
Thermocouple
Pt100
0.02 @10000Hz
Unit
mA
Vdc
B
E
J
K
N
R
S
T
Two or three wires
Burnout in V, G or I
0.3 to 50 Vdc sensibility
ºC
kHz

M
K
uA
mV
%
± 0.5
ºC
0.1
0.2
ºC
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General characteristics
Type
CPU
Alarms
Comments
ARM7TDMI, 32 bits
Two relay outputs: RL1 and RL2 SPDT max. 3 A / 220 Vac
Ethernet 10/100 Mbps full duplex, two isolated RJ45 connectors, integrated
Ethernet switch, up to 10 simultaneous Modbus TCP connections
Communications
Operating temperature
Thermal stability
Relative humidity
IP protection
Input voltage
Current consumption
Construction
Placement
Electrical connection
Approx. Weight
Dimensions
RS-485, isolated and with transient protection filter, Modbus RTU with even or odd
parity, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600 and 115200 bps
–10 ºC to 60 ºC
±0.005% / °C span @ 25°C
Up to 90%
IP-50 (DIN EN 60529 VDE 0470)
AC Version: Full-range 90 ~ 265 Vac @ 60 Hz
DC Version: 18 ~ 30 Vdc
200 mA
Aluminum and side panels in PA 6.6-FR (flame resistant polyamide)
DIN35 rail (DIN EN 60715 TH35)
Cable up to 2.5mm² with “plug-in” type removable connectors
0.5 kg
59 x 208 x 75 mm. (height x width x depth)
LEDs
LED
Behavior
RJ45 (green)
RJ45 (green)
Ethernet link established
Ethernet data transmission / reception
POWER (green)
Equipment energized
RUN (green)
RL1 (green)
RL2 (green)
TX (orange)
RX (green)
Lit under normal operation, blinking when TCP/IP settings are being changed
Relay 1 activated
Relay 2 activated
RS-485 data transmission
RS-485 data reception
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Dimensions
Dimensioning for assembling (millimeters)
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Mechanical installation
The installation of the Universal Remote Ethernet XM-210 ETH requires the use of an
appropriate screwdriver so the mechanical parts are not damaged. A “terminal” type 1/8”
screwdriver is recommended. The following steps details the installation.
1.
Place the bottom of the XM-210 ETH in the
DIN 35mm rail.
2.
Press the top part of the XM-210 ETH until
hearing a click. To remove the XM-210 ETH,
just apply the opposite force, i.e., force the XM210 ETH up and pull it out.
3. The XM-210 ETH is designed to be installed in
regular DIN 35 mm rails and after the installation
the equipment must remain securely fastened and
must not present any slack within the trail. If there is
any slack, the trail is possibly not standard.
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Electrical installation
Top terminal
Bottom terminal
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Attention: all cables must be “crimped” with eyelet type terminals for cables up to 1.5 mm²
unless otherwise stated. The XM-210 ETH input type selection is done entirely through the DLG
Tools software and there are no configuration jumpers. It is recommended to use woven
shielded cables and the woven grounding should be mostly done around the field instruments at
just one point.
Power supply
The XM-210 ETH AC must be powered through
terminals 1 and 2 with voltage ranging from 90 to 260 Vac.
The XM-210 ETH DC must be powered through terminals 1
and 2 with voltage from 18 to 30 Vdc. Terminals 3 and 36 are
used to ground the “mass” to the panel and it is
recommended to use 1,5 mm² cables for the phases and 2,5
mm² for grounding. The electric scheme is described in the
picture.
Note: There is no polarity on power terminals 1 and 2 for the XM-210 ETH DC, i.e., the positive
can be connected to terminal 1 and negative to terminal 2 or positive to terminal 2 and negative
to terminal 1.
Digital inputs
The digital inputs are used for alarm status and recognition. Input I1
and I2 are photo-coupled, with sensibility from 10 to 30 Vdc, common for
both inputs, NPN driven. Digital input I1 is used to reset or recognize RL1
an RL2 alarm conditions and digital input I2 is used as a status flag for
general use. The electric scheme is described in the picture where
terminals 7 and 8 are the NPN inputs and terminal 9 is the positive source
common.
Digital inputs can be read through Modbus register 40020.
Relay outputs and alarms
The relay outputs are used to physically indicate alarmed
conditions preset for each input. The outputs can only be reseted
through the digital inputs or Modbus registers.
The electric scheme is described in the picture, where the common
contact is connected to terminals 5 and 38, the normally open contacts
are connected to terminals 6 and 39 and the normally closed contacts
are connected to terminals 4 and 37.
The relay outputs can be read and written through Modbus register
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40022.
The XM-210 ETH has two independent alarms for each channel.
Each alarm can operate under four conditions: inoperative, low value, high value and
differential.
Inoperative: no alarm condition.
Low value: the alarm is active when the input value is
lower than the setpoint.
High value: the alarm is active when the input value is
greater than the setpoint.
Differential: differential mode is defined by the setpoint and
hysteresis. The setpoint defines the center reference point and
the hysteresis increases the reference range. If the input signal
lies outside the reference range, the alarm becomes active. For
instance, to define a reference range from 400 to 600, define
the setpoint as 500 and the hysteresis as 100. When the input
signal is lower than 400 or greater than 600 the alarm triggers.
The hysteresis is relative to the delay between the activation or deactivation of a condition.
In the XM-210 ETH the operation mode can change based on the selected alarm condition.
With the low value alarm condition selected, the alarm activates when the input value is
lower that the setpoint and deactivates when the input value is greater than the setpoint plus the
hysteresis.
With the high value alarm condition selected, the alarm activates when the input value is
greater than the setpoint and deactivates when the input value is lower than the setpoint minus
the hysteresis.
The waiting time defines how many seconds the output waits to be activated.
Note:
For improved security when using output relays in burn-out conditions, when there is
disruption of the Pt100 cable (see Pt100 input), it is recommended to configure the relay output
wait time to more than five seconds. This condition is important to avoid operational failures, for
instance, turbine “trips” or any other system that relies on error free states, taking into
consideration that the burn-out is an error condition in the process.
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Pt100 input
The Pt100 inputs are linearized according to ITS-90. With a current
source circuit and cable compensation the XM-210 ETH eliminates the
line charging effect, and with resistive sensors measurement it stands as
a precise temperature measurement system. The sensor measurement
terminals are signal (G) and common (V and I) for channels CH1 up to
CH16 and the cable compensation measurement is done in the I
terminals referenced to G.
If the Pt100 cables are not connected or are open, a burn-out
signal will be represented by an indication of -200°C in the respective
channel.
The XM-210 ETH detects the missing sensor and disables the alarm conditions
associated with the open channel.
Note: User should pay attention to the correct connection of the sensor (signal  G and
common  V and I), otherwise indication of the temperature will fail. Incorrect connection may
interfere on the other channels.
Thermocouple input
The thermocouple inputs are linearized according to ITS-90. With
a cold junction compensation circuit, the XM-210 ETH takes into
account the Seebeck effect in cable connections, standing as a precise
system for high temperature or high differentials measurements. The
sensor measurement terminals are positive (V) and negative (G) for
channels CH1 up to CH16. Terminal (I) is not used in this configuration.
Note: The universal remote doesn’t have burnout detection for voltage
input, which means that, to avoid floating signal (when sensor is
disconnected), the user should configure that channel as “Sem Entrada” (disabled) or to make
a short-circuit between terminals V and G, to keep the input on 0 (zero).
Current input
The XM-210 ETH has two current input configurations: 0 – 20 mA
and 4 – 20 mA. The scheme for both configurations is described in the
Picture, where the positive of the current loop is connected to the line
terminal (I) and the negative to the (G) terminal for channels CH1 up to
CH16. The positive terminal (V) is not used in this configuration.
Note: the burn-out is represented when the 4-20 mA signal is lower
than 3.5 mA.
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Voltage input
The XM-210 ETH has three voltage input configurations: 0 – 75 mV,
0 – 5 V and 0 – 10 V. The scheme for the configurations is described in
the Picture, where the positive is connected to the (V) terminal and the
negative to the (G) terminal for channels CH1 up to CH16. The line
terminal (I) is not used in this configuration.
Logic level input
The XM-210 ETH has logic level inputs with 0 to 12 Vdc sensibility.
The 0 to 3 Vdc range corresponds to logic level 0 while the 5 to 12 Vdc
range corresponds to logic level 1. The scheme is described in the
Picture, where the positive is connected to the (V) terminal and the
negative to the (G) terminal for channels CH1 up to CH16. The line
terminal (I) is not used in this configuration.
Frequency input
The XM-210 ETH has frequency inputs with 0.3 to 50 Vdc
sensibility and 0.3 Hz to 10 kHz reading. The scheme is described in the
Picture, where the positive is connected to the (V) terminal and the
negative to the (G) terminal for channels CH1 up to CH4. The line
terminal (I) is not used in this configuration.
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Modbus RTU communications
The picture describes the connection scheme for the RS-485 channel,
where the positive (+) is connected to terminal 69 and the negative (-) to
terminal 68. Terminal 67 must be connected to the cable shield.
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Operation
Starting the XM-210 ETH
The Universal Remote Ethernet XM-210 ETH is designed to apply the advantages in the
distribution and collection of field variables with Modbus protocol compatibility. The XM-210
ETH parameterization comprises the following steps:
Communications:
 IP, network mask and default gateway settings for the Ethernet interface.

Address, baud rate and parity settings for the RS-485 interface.
Configuration:
 Sensor type selection.
 Offset setting for each sensor.
 Maximum and minimum engineering unit scales and decimal point.
 Alarm condition: low, high or differential.
 Alarm hysteresis setting.
 Alarm setpoint setting.
 Alarm activation wait time.
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HTTP server (webserver)
The XM-210 ETH is equipped with a webserver that allows channel monitoring and
changing communications settings. The webserver is accessed using a web browser (Firefox,
Chrome, IE, Safari) via the URL http://<equipment IP address>
The Monitoring page displays the input values in the 16 channels, alarm status, relay status,
digital inputs and internal temperature.
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Communication settings
The XM-210 ETH communication interfaces settings have the following factory defaults:
Ethernet interface
 IP:
192.168.1.100
 Network mask: 255.255.255.0
 Default gateway: 192.168.1.1
RS-485 interface
 Address: 1
 Baud rate: 19200 bps
 Parity: no parity
The Ethernet interface settings can be changed via the DLG Tools software, by selecting
the option Ferramentas -> Gateway or the Gateway icon
in the toolbar.
Click the “Find” button and wait while DLG Tools find the equipments accessible in the
network.
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Select the XM-210 ETH which is to have its communication parameters changed. After
changing the parameters, click the “Send” button. The RUN LED of the XM-210 ETH
immediately starts to blink, until the parameters are effectively changed, when the RUN LED
stops blinking.
It is also possible to change the Ethernet settings via the webserver, through the
Configuration page.
The “Send” button sends the new settings to the equipment. The RUN LED of the XM-210
ETH blinks until the parameter changing is finished.
The RS-485 settings can also be changed via the webserver.
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The RS-485 port settings are immediately changed when the “Send” button is clicked.
Ethernet switch
The two Ethernet interfaces comprise a switch. It is possible to connect several XM-210
ETH in a topology known as “daisy chain”, where the equipments are directly interconnected, in
a different way as the “star” topology, where the equipments are connected to a central switch.
It is by no means mandatory to use both interfaces, as the equipment operates normally
when just one interface is used. The interfaces are functionally identical, giving the user
freedom to choose which one will be used.
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Reset
The reset mode is useful to restore the TCP/IP settings to
its factory default values. The equipment can be reset by
pressing the “RST ID” button, located in the lower right section,
as shown in the picture.
After pressing the reset button, the RUN LED starts
blinking, indicating that the TCP/IP settings are being restored.
When the LED stops blinking, the equipment is restored to the
factory defaults:
 IP: 192.168.1.100
 Mask: 255.255.255.0
 Gateway: 192.168.1.1
Note: neither the RS-485 interface settings nor the channel input type settings are
changed by the reset mode.
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SNMP
The XM-210 ETH supplies management and diagnostic data through SNMP (Simple
Network Management Protocol). The table below details important features regarding the
protocol support.
Version
Community
Available services
Maximum number of variables per request
V1
public
GetRequest, SetRequest, GetNextRequest
1
The available management and diagnostic data supplied by the XM-210 ETH are
standardized according to RFC 1213 [1].
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Modbus table
Address
40001
40002
40003
40004
40005
40006
40007
40008
40009
40010
40011
40012
40013
40014
40015
40016
40017
40018
40019
40020
40021
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Mnemonic
EAI1
EAI2
EAI3
EAI4
EAI5
EAI6
EAI7
EAI8
EAI9
EAI10
EAI11
EAI12
EAI13
EAI14
EAI15
EAI16
MSA1
MSA2
SR01
STDIV
TAMB
40022
R101
40023
40024
40025
40026
40027
40028
40029
40030
40031
40032
40033
40034
40035
40036
ID
RES
RES
RES
BR1
PAR1
DR1
TS01
TS02
TS03
TS04
TS05
TS06
TS07
Description
Channel 1 – analog input
Channel 2 – analog input
Channel 3 – analog input
Channel 4 – analog input
Channel 5 – analog input
Channel 6 – analog input
Channel 7 – analog input
Channel 8 – analog input
Channel 9 – analog input
Channel 10 – analog input
Channel 11 – analog input
Channel 12 – analog input
Channel 13 – analog input
Channel 14 – analog input
Channel 15 – analog input
Channel 16 – analog input
Alarm 1 status, channels 1-16
Alarm 2 status, channels 1-16
Relay 1 and 2 status
Digital input 1 and 2 status and memory error
Room temperature
Relay deactivation 1=relay 1, 2=relay 2
Relay activation 4=relay 1, 8=relay 2
Equipment Modbus RTU address
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
RS-485 port baud rate
RS-485 port parity
RS-485 port response delay
Sensor type channel 1
Sensor type channel 2
Sensor type channel 3
Sensor type channel 4
Sensor type channel 5
Sensor type channel 6
Sensor type channel 7
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40037
40038
40039
40040
40041
40042
40043
40044
40045
40046
40047
40048
40049
40050
40051
40052
40053
40054
40055
40056
40057
40058
40059
40060
40061
40062
40063
40064
40065
40066
40067
40068
40069
40070
40071
40072
40073
40074
40075
40076
40077
40078
40079
40080
TS08
TS09
TS10
TS11
TS12
TS13
TS14
TS15
TS16
OF01
OF02
OF03
OF04
OF05
OF06
OF07
OF08
OF09
OF10
OF11
OF12
OF13
OF14
OF15
OF16
IH01
IH02
IH03
IH04
IH05
IH06
IH07
IH08
IH09
IH10
IH11
IH12
IH13
IH14
IH15
IH16
IL01
IL02
IL03
Sensor type channel 8
Sensor type channel 9
Sensor type channel 10
Sensor type channel 11
Sensor type channel 12
Sensor type channel 13
Sensor type channel 14
Sensor type channel 15
Sensor type channel 16
Channel 1 offset
Channel 2 offset
Channel 3 offset
Channel 4 offset
Channel 5 offset
Channel 6 offset
Channel 7 offset
Channel 8 offset
Channel 9 offset
Channel 10 offset
Channel 11 offset
Channel 12 offset
Channel 13 offset
Channel 14 offset
Channel 15 offset
Channel 16 offset
Max engineering unit channel 1
Max engineering unit channel 2
Max engineering unit channel 3
Max engineering unit channel 4
Max engineering unit channel 5
Max engineering unit channel 6
Max engineering unit channel 7
Max engineering unit channel 8
Max engineering unit channel 9
Max engineering unit channel 10
Max engineering unit channel 11
Max engineering unit channel 12
Max engineering unit channel 13
Max engineering unit channel 14
Max engineering unit channel 15
Max engineering unit channel 16
Min engineering unit channel 1
Min engineering unit channel 2
Min engineering unit channel 3
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40081
40082
40083
40084
40085
40086
40087
40088
40089
40090
40091
40092
40093
40094
40095
40096
40097
40098
40099
40100
40101
40102
40103
40104
40105
40106
40107
40108
40109
40110
40111
40112
40113
40114
40115
40116
40117
40118
40119
40120
40121
40122
40123
40124
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IL04
IL05
IL06
IL07
IL08
IL09
IL10
IL11
IL12
IL13
IL14
IL15
IL16
PD01
PD02
PD03
PD04
PD05
PD06
PD07
PD08
PD09
PD10
PD11
PD12
PD13
PD14
PD15
PD16
H101
H102
H103
H104
H105
H106
H107
H108
H109
H110
H111
H112
H113
H114
H115
Min engineering unit channel 4
Min engineering unit channel 5
Min engineering unit channel 6
Min engineering unit channel 7
Min engineering unit channel 8
Min engineering unit channel 9
Min engineering unit channel 10
Min engineering unit channel 11
Min engineering unit channel 12
Min engineering unit channel 13
Min engineering unit channel 14
Min engineering unit channel 15
Min engineering unit channel 16
Decimal point channel 1
Decimal point channel 2
Decimal point channel 3
Decimal point channel 4
Decimal point channel 5
Decimal point channel 6
Decimal point channel 7
Decimal point channel 8
Decimal point channel 9
Decimal point channel 10
Decimal point channel 11
Decimal point channel 12
Decimal point channel 13
Decimal point channel 14
Decimal point channel 15
Decimal point channel 16
Alarm 1 hysteresis channel 1
Alarm 1 hysteresis channel 2
Alarm 1 hysteresis channel 3
Alarm 1 hysteresis channel 4
Alarm 1 hysteresis channel 5
Alarm 1 hysteresis channel 6
Alarm 1 hysteresis channel 7
Alarm 1 hysteresis channel 8
Alarm 1 hysteresis channel 9
Alarm 1 hysteresis channel 10
Alarm 1 hysteresis channel 11
Alarm 1 hysteresis channel 12
Alarm 1 hysteresis channel 13
Alarm 1 hysteresis channel 14
Alarm 1 hysteresis channel 15
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40125
40126
40127
40128
40129
40130
40131
40132
40133
40134
40135
40136
40137
40138
40139
40140
40141
40142
40143
40144
40145
40146
40147
40148
40149
40150
40151
40152
40153
40154
40155
40156
40157
40158
40159
40160
40161
40162
40163
40164
40165
40166
40167
40168
H116
H201
H202
H203
H204
H205
H206
H207
H208
H209
H210
H211
H212
H213
H214
H215
H216
C101
C102
C103
C104
C105
C106
C107
C108
C109
C110
C111
C112
C113
C114
C115
C116
C201
C202
C203
C204
C205
C206
C207
C208
C209
C210
C211
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
1 hysteresis channel 16
2 hysteresis channel 1
2 hysteresis channel 2
2 hysteresis channel 3
2 hysteresis channel 4
2 hysteresis channel 5
2 hysteresis channel 6
2 hysteresis channel 7
2 hysteresis channel 8
2 hysteresis channel 9
2 hysteresis channel 10
2 hysteresis channel 11
2 hysteresis channel 12
2 hysteresis channel 13
2 hysteresis channel 14
2 hysteresis channel 15
2 hysteresis channel 16
1 conditions channel 1
1 conditions channel 2
1 conditions channel 3
1 conditions channel 4
1 conditions channel 5
1 conditions channel 6
1 conditions channel 7
1 conditions channel 8
1 conditions channel 9
1 conditions channel 10
1 conditions channel 11
1 conditions channel 12
1 conditions channel 13
1 conditions channel 14
1 conditions channel 15
1 conditions channel 16
2 conditions channel 1
2 conditions channel 2
2 conditions channel 3
2 conditions channel 4
2 conditions channel 5
2 conditions channel 6
2 conditions channel 7
2 conditions channel 8
2 conditions channel 9
2 conditions channel 10
2 conditions channel 11
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40169
40170
40171
40172
40173
40174
40175
40176
40177
40178
40179
40180
40181
40182
40183
40184
40185
40186
40187
40188
40189
40190
40191
40192
40193
40194
40195
40196
40197
40198
40199
40200
40201
40202
40203
40204
40205
40206
40207
40208
40209
40210
40211
40212
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C212
C213
C214
C215
C216
T101
T102
T103
T104
T105
T106
T107
T108
T109
T110
T111
T112
T113
T114
T115
T116
T201
T202
T203
T204
T205
T206
T207
T208
T209
T210
T211
T212
T213
T214
T215
T216
S101
S102
S103
S104
S105
S106
S107
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
2 conditions channel 12
2 conditions channel 13
2 conditions channel 14
2 conditions channel 15
2 conditions channel 16
1 wait time channel 1
1 wait time channel 2
1 wait time channel 3
1 wait time channel 4
1 wait time channel 5
1 wait time channel 6
1 wait time channel 7
1 wait time channel 8
1 wait time channel 9
1 wait time channel 10
1 wait time channel 11
1 wait time channel 12
1 wait time channel 13
1 wait time channel 14
1 wait time channel 15
1 wait time channel 16
2 wait time channel 1
2 wait time channel 2
2 wait time channel 3
2 wait time channel 4
2 wait time channel 5
2 wait time channel 6
2 wait time channel 7
2 wait time channel 8
2 wait time channel 9
2 wait time channel 10
2 wait time channel 11
2 wait time channel 12
2 wait time channel 13
2 wait time channel 14
2 wait time channel 15
2 wait time channel 16
1 setpoint channel 1
1 setpoint channel 2
1 setpoint channel 3
1 setpoint channel 4
1 setpoint channel 5
1 setpoint channel 6
1 setpoint channel 7
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40213
40214
40215
40216
40217
40218
40219
40220
40221
40222
40223
40224
40225
40226
40227
40228
40229
40230
40231
40232
40233
40234
40235
40236
40237
40238
40239
40240
40241
40242
40243
40244
40245
S108
S109
S110
S111
S112
S113
S114
S115
S116
S201
S202
S203
S204
S205
S206
S207
S208
S209
S210
S211
S212
S213
S214
S215
S216
MA11
MA12
MA21
MA22
FREQ1
FREQ2
FREQ3
FREQ4
Alarm 1 setpoint channel 8
Alarm 1 setpoint channel 9
Alarm 1 setpoint channel 10
Alarm 1 setpoint channel 11
Alarm 1 setpoint channel 12
Alarm 1 setpoint channel 13
Alarm 1 setpoint channel 14
Alarm 1 setpoint channel 15
Alarm 1 setpoint channel 16
Alarm 2 setpoint channel 1
Alarm 2 setpoint channel 2
Alarm 2 setpoint channel 3
Alarm 2 setpoint channel 4
Alarm 2 setpoint channel 5
Alarm 2 setpoint channel 6
Alarm 2 setpoint channel 7
Alarm 2 setpoint channel 8
Alarm 2 setpoint channel 9
Alarm 2 setpoint channel 10
Alarm 2 setpoint channel 11
Alarm 2 setpoint channel 12
Alarm 2 setpoint channel 13
Alarm 2 setpoint channel 14
Alarm 2 setpoint channel 15
Alarm 2 setpoint channel 16
Alarm 1 relay 1 mask
Alarm 1 relay 2 mask
Alarm 2 relay 1 mask
Alarm 2 relay 2 mask
Max frequency for eng. unit channel 1
Max frequency for eng. unit channel 2
Max frequency for eng. unit channel 3
Max frequency for eng. unit channel 4
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Modbus register details
Status – 40020
Function
Bit
0 Digital input 1
1 Digital input 2
2 Error reading calibration memory (0 = OK; 1= Failure)
Baud Rate – 40027
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Rate
1200
2400
4800
9600
19200
38400
57600
115200
Parity – 40028
Value
0
1
2
Max value
100
Parity
EVEN
ODD
NONE
Response delay – 40029
Min value
Step
0
1 ms
Minimum delays for each baud rate:
1200: 6
2400: 4
4800: 3
9600: 2
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19200:2
38400:2
57600:2
115200: 2
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Index
0
1
2
3
Alarm conditions 40142 ~ 40158
Condition
Low
High
Differential
Inoperative
Value
1
2
3
4
Relay reset ~ 40022
Index
Action
0000 0001 Deactivate relay 1
0000 0010 Deactivate relay 2
0000 0100 Activate relay 1
0000 1000 Activate relay 2
Sensor type 40030 ~ 40045
Type
Value
J
0
K
1
T
2
R
3
S
4
E
5
N
6
B
7
Pt100
8
0 – 20 mA
9
4 – 20 mA
10
0 – 75 mV
11
0–5V
12
0 – 10 V
13
Logic
14
No input
15
Frequency
16
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Recommendations
It is recommended to only use appropriate tools for the XM-210 ETH installation and
maintenance.
It is necessary to use a “terminal” type screwdriver
for terminal connection or 1/8 with 3 mm maximum
diameter, as it is the ideal format and will not
damage the connection aperture.
Inappropriate
screwdriver
It is recommended to crimp all the wires that will be
connected to the XM-210 ETH with a pre-isolated
“needle” type or “eyelet” terminal for cables of 0.5 ~
1.5 mm2.
Needle terminal
Recommended
screwdriver
Eyelet terminal
Ethernet cable and connectors specification
In order to minimize electromagnetic interference effects, it is recommended to use
Ethernet cables and connectors with the following specifications:
Cable
RJ45 connector
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Twisted pair, four pairs, 24 AWG, 5e category, shielded (F/UTP),
maximum length of meters
Male, shielded
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Warranty
The manufacturer assures to equipment owners, identified by the purchase invoice, 1
(one) year warranty as follows:
1. The warranty period begins with the invoice issuing.
2. Within the warranty period, the labor and parts for repairing normal use damage are
free.
3. For repairs, send the equipment along with the shipping invoices to our factory in
Sertãozinho. DLG’s address is available at the of this user manual.
4. The owner is responsible for transportation costs and risks.
5. Warranty will be automatically voided if changes are made to the equipment by nonauthorized personnel, defects caused by mechanical shock, exposure to conditions unfit
for use or tampering with the product.
6. DLG disclaims any charge related to unauthorized repairing or replacements due to
failures caused by agents external to the equipment, the improper use of them and as a
result of unforeseeable circumstances or major forces.
7. DLG ensures full operation of the equipment described herein.
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Copyright note
This product makes use of the open source software components:
FreeRTOS
www.freertos.org
lwIP
Copyright (c) 2001-2004
All rights reserved.
Swedish
Institute
of
Computer
Science.
References
[1] RFC 1213 – Management Information Base for Network Management of TCP/IP-based
internets: MIB-II (http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1213.txt)
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Notes
DLG Automação Industrial Ltda.
Rua José Batista Soares, 53
Distrito Industrial – 14176-119
Sertãozinho – São Paulo – Brasil
Fone: +55 (16) 3513-7400
www.dlg.com.br
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