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Enerlin’X IFE
Ethernet Interface for One UL Circuit Breaker
User Guide
0602IB1801EN-06
09/2022
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Ethernet Interface for One UL Circuit Breaker
Table of Contents
Safety Information ............................................................................................5
About the Book ................................................................................................7
IFE Interface Presentation ..............................................................................9
Introduction ...................................................................................................10
Intelligent Modular Unit ...................................................................................12
Hardware Description .....................................................................................16
EcoStruxure Power Commission Software .......................................................21
Schematics with MasterPact MTZ Circuit Breakers ...........................................23
Schematics with MasterPact NT/NW and PowerPacT P- and R-Frame Circuit
Breakers........................................................................................................25
Technical Characteristics ................................................................................29
Firmware Update ...........................................................................................31
Schneider Electric Green Premium™ Ecolabel ..................................................33
IFE Interface Webpages from Firmware Version 004 ...............................35
Webpage Access and User Interface ...............................................................36
Access to IFE Webpages ..........................................................................37
User Interface Layout................................................................................41
Webpage Description ...............................................................................44
Role Based Access Control on IFE Webpages............................................46
Settings Pages ..............................................................................................48
Date and Time..........................................................................................49
Time Zone ...............................................................................................50
Preferences .............................................................................................51
Ethernet...................................................................................................52
IP Configuration .......................................................................................54
Email Service ...........................................................................................56
Data Publishing ........................................................................................58
Redundancy-RSTP ..................................................................................60
SNMP......................................................................................................62
Devices ...................................................................................................64
Emails .....................................................................................................66
Security Pages...............................................................................................67
IP Network Services .................................................................................68
Modbus TCP/IP Filtering ...........................................................................69
Certificates...............................................................................................71
User Management ....................................................................................73
Syslog Service .........................................................................................76
Monitoring and Control Pages .........................................................................77
Circuit Breakers........................................................................................78
Diagnostics Pages .........................................................................................83
Status......................................................................................................84
Ethernet...................................................................................................85
Modbus ...................................................................................................86
ULP.........................................................................................................87
Redundancy-RSTP Bridge ........................................................................88
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Redundancy-RSTP Ports ..........................................................................89
SNMP......................................................................................................90
IFE .........................................................................................................91
Devices ...................................................................................................93
IFE Interface Webpages up to Firmware Version 003 ..............................95
Webpage Access and User Interface ...............................................................96
Access to IFE Webpages ..........................................................................97
User Interface Layout.............................................................................. 100
Webpage Description ............................................................................. 102
Configuration & Settings Webpages .............................................................. 104
General ................................................................................................. 105
Date and Time........................................................................................ 106
Time Zone ............................................................................................. 108
Ethernet Configuration (Dual Port) ........................................................... 109
IP Configuration ..................................................................................... 110
Modbus TCP/IP Filtering ......................................................................... 112
Email Server Configuration...................................................................... 113
Email Events .......................................................................................... 115
Device List ............................................................................................. 124
Device Logging ...................................................................................... 125
Device Log Export .................................................................................. 127
SNMP Parameters ................................................................................. 129
Preferences ........................................................................................... 130
Advanced Services Control ..................................................................... 131
User Accounts........................................................................................ 132
Webpage Access ................................................................................... 134
Monitoring Webpages................................................................................... 135
Real Time Data ...................................................................................... 136
Device Logging ...................................................................................... 138
Control Webpages ....................................................................................... 142
Device Control ....................................................................................... 143
Set Device Time ..................................................................................... 146
Diagnostics Webpages ................................................................................. 147
Statistics ................................................................................................ 148
Device Identification ............................................................................... 151
IMU Information...................................................................................... 152
Read Device Registers ........................................................................... 153
Communication Check............................................................................ 154
IO Readings........................................................................................... 155
Maintenance Webpages ............................................................................... 156
Indicators............................................................................................... 156
Appendices .................................................................................................... 157
Appendix A - List of IFE Supported Devices ................................................... 158
List of IFE Supported Device Types ......................................................... 158
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Safety Information
Ethernet Interface for One UL Circuit Breaker
Safety Information
Important Information
Read these instructions carefully, and look at the equipment to become familiar with
the device before trying to install, operate, service, or maintain it. The following special
messages may appear throughout this documentation or on the equipment to warn of
potential hazards or to call attention to information that clarifies or simplifies a
procedure.
The addition of this symbol to a “Danger” or “Warning” safety label indicates that an
electrical hazard exists which will result in personal injury if the instructions are not
followed.
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injury
hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possible injury or
death.
!
DANGER
DANGER indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious
injury.
!
WARNING
WARNING indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
!
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or
moderate injury.
NOTICE
NOTICE is used to address practices not related to physical injury.
Please Note
Electrical equipment should be installed, operated, serviced, and maintained only by
qualified personnel. No responsibility is assumed by Schneider Electric for any
consequences arising out of the use of this material.
A qualified person is one who has skills and knowledge related to the construction and
operation of electrical equipment and its installation, and has received safety training
to recognize and avoid the hazards involved.
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Safety Information
Cybersecurity Safety Notice
WARNING
POTENTIAL COMPROMISE OF SYSTEM AVAILABILITY, INTEGRITY, AND
CONFIDENTIALITY
•
Change default passwords at first use to help prevent unauthorized access to
device settings, controls, and information.
•
Disable unused ports/services and default accounts to help minimize pathways
for malicious attackers.
•
Place networked devices behind multiple layers of cyber defenses (such as
firewalls, network segmentation, and network intrusion detection and protection).
•
Use cybersecurity best practices (for example, least privilege, separation of
duties) to help prevent unauthorized exposure, loss, modification of data and
logs, or interruption of services.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
FCC Notice
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designated to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference
in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at this own expense.
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About the Book
Ethernet Interface for One UL Circuit Breaker
About the Book
Document Scope
The aim of this document is to provide the users, installers, and the maintenance
personnel with the technical information and procedure needed to access and
maintain the IFE Ethernet interface for one circuit breaker webpages.
Validity Note
This guide is valid for the IFE interface for use with:
•
MasterPact™ MTZ circuit breakers
•
MasterPact™ NT/NW circuit breakers
•
PowerPacT™ P- and R-frame NS630b - NS1600 circuit breakers
•
PowerPacT™ H-, J-, and L-frame circuit breakers
Online Information
The technical characteristics of the devices described in this guide also appear online.
To access the information online, go to the Schneider Electric home page at www.se.
com.
The information contained in this guide is likely to be updated at any time. Schneider
Electric strongly recommends that you have the most recent and up-to-date version
available on www.se.com/ww/en/download.
Related Documents
Title of Documentation
Reference Number
Enerlin’X IFE - Ethernet Interface for One Circuit Breaker - Instruction Sheet
QGH13473
MasterPact MTZ Modbus Communication Guide
DOCA0105EN
ULP System (UL Standard) - User Guide
0602IB1503 (EN)
Enerlin'X IO Input/Output Application Module (UL Standard) - User Guide
0613IB1317 (EN)
MasterPact MTZ - Cybersecurity Guide
DOCA0122EN
Enerlin'X IFE Interface Firmware Release Note
DOCA0147EN
MasterPact NT/NW, PowerPacT P- and R-frame Modbus Communication Guide
0613IB1313 (EN)
PowerPact H-, J-, and L-Frame Modbus Communication Guide
0611IB1302 (EN)
EcoStruxure Cybersecurity Admin Expert Guide
NRJUSG18807EN
You can download these technical publications and other technical information from
our website at www.se.com/ww/en/download/.
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IFE Interface Presentation
What’s in This Part
Introduction .........................................................................................................10
Intelligent Modular Unit.........................................................................................12
Hardware Description...........................................................................................16
EcoStruxure Power Commission Software.............................................................21
Schematics with MasterPact MTZ Circuit Breakers.................................................23
Schematics with MasterPact NT/NW and PowerPacT P- and R-Frame Circuit
Breakers .............................................................................................................25
Technical Characteristics......................................................................................29
Firmware Update .................................................................................................31
Schneider Electric Green Premium™ Ecolabel........................................................33
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Ethernet Interface for One UL Circuit Breaker
Introduction
Introduction
Overview
The IFE Ethernet interface for one circuit breaker (or IFE interface) enables an
intelligent modular unit (IMU), with a ComPacT™, PowerPacT™, or MasterPact™
circuit breaker to be connected to an Ethernet network. Each circuit breaker has its
own IFE interface and a corresponding IP address.
The IFE interface with part number LV434001 is an Ethernet interface for ComPact,
PowerPact, and MasterPact circuit breakers.
NOTE: The IFE interface with part number LV434001 completely replaces the
IFE interface with part number LV434010. The LV434001 comes with the real time
clock (RTC) feature and allows ULP connections up to 20 m (65.6 ft) with the
MasterPact MTZ circuit breakers (LV434010 had a theoretical limitation of 5 m
(16.4 ft) over the life of the IFE interface).
IFE Interface Features
The main features of IFE interface are:
•
Dual 10/100 Mbps Ethernet port for simple daisy chain connection
•
Device profile web service for discovery of the IFE interface on the local area
network (LAN)
•
ULP compliant for location of the IFE interface in the switchboard
•
Ethernet interface for ComPacT, PowerPacT, and MasterPact circuit breakers
•
Embedded settings webpages
•
Embedded monitoring and control webpages
•
Embedded diagnostics webpages
•
Embedded security webpages
•
Built-in email alarm notification for circuit breaker connected to IFE interface.
•
IEC 61850 interface for MasterPact MTZ drawout circuit breakers
•
Machine-to-Machine compliance
•
Role-based access control (RBAC) for users accessing the webpages
IFE Firmware Versions
This guide describes the webpages for two different firmware versions of
IFE interface:
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•
Chapter 2, page 35 describes the IFE interface webpages for the firmware
version 004 and later.
•
Chapter 3, page 95 describes the IFE interface webpages for the firmware
versions up to 003.
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IFE Interface Supported Protocols
The IFE interface supports the following Ethernet protocols:
•
Modbus TCP/IP: is a protocol, which provides master/slave communication
between devices and TCP/IP that provides communications over an Ethernet
connection. Modbus TCP/IP is used to exchange data between IFE interface and
other compatible Modbus TCP/IP devices through TCP port 502.
•
Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP): HTTP is a network protocol that handles
delivery of files and data on the World Wide Web. It provides web server
functionality through TCP port 80. Remote configuration of IFE interface and
viewing of diagnostic data is possible using a web browser.
•
Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS): HTTPS is a variant of the
standard web transfer protocol (HTTP) that adds a layer of security on the data in
transit through a Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol connection. HTTPS
enables encrypted communication and secure connection between a remote user
and the IFE interface.
•
File Transfer Protocol Secure (FTPS): FTPS is a variant of the standard File
Transfer Protocol (FTP) that adds a layer of security on the data in transit through
a Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol connection. FTPS enables encrypted
communication and secure connection between a remote user and the IFE
interface.
NOTE: For IFE interface with firmware version 004.006.000 and later, use a
FTPS client, such as FileZilla or WinSCP to transfer the IEC 61850
configuration files.
•
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP): Based on MIB2 format, SNMP
provides the ability to store and send identifying and diagnostic information used
for network management purposes through UDP port 161.
•
Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP EcoStruxure Power Commission
Software): RSTP is a network protocol that ensures a loop-free topology for
Ethernet networks.It is the advanced version of Spanning Tree Protocol, is a link
layer protocol executed within bridges or switches.
•
Devices Profile for Web Services (DPWS): DPWS defines a minimal set of
implementation constraints to enable secure web service messaging, discovery,
description, and eventing on resource-constrained devices.
•
Network Time Protocol (NTP): NTP is a networking protocol for clock
synchronization between computer systems over packet-switched, variablelatency data networks.
•
IEC 61850 Protocol: IEC 61850 is a standard for communication networks and
systems in substations. Based on Ethernet protocol, it is a standardized method
of communication developed to support integrated systems, composed of multivendor, self-describing IEDs (Intelligent Electronic Devices) that are networked
together to perform real-time protection, control, measurement, and monitoring
functions.
NOTE: HTTPS, FTPS, RSTP, NTP, and IEC 61850 protocols are applicable only
from IFE interface firmware version 004.000.000.
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Intelligent Modular Unit
Intelligent Modular Unit
Definition
A modular unit is a mechanical and electrical assembly containing one or more
products to perform a function in a switchboard (incoming protection, motor
command, and control).
The circuit breaker with its internal communicating components (MicroLogic control
unit or MicroLogic trip unit) and external ULP modules (IO module) connected to one
communication interface is called an intelligent modular unit (IMU).
An IMU is composed around a circuit breaker from the following ranges:
•
MasterPact MTZ circuit breakers
•
MasterPact NT/NW circuit breakers
•
ComPacT NS1600b-3200 circuit breakers
•
ComPacT NS630b-1600 circuit breakers
•
PowerPacT P- and R- frame circuit breakers
•
ComPacT NSX circuit breakers
•
PowerPacT H-, J-, and L-frame circuit breakers
NOTE:
•
The information related to the new generation of ComPacT NSX and
PowerPacT H-, J-, and L- frame circuit breakers in this guide applies to the
existing range ComPacT NSX and PowerPacT H-, J-, and L- frame circuit
breakers also.
The information related to the new generation of ComPacT NS and
PowerPacT P-, and R-frame circuit breakers in this guide applies to the
existing range ComPacT NS and PowerPacT P-, and R-frame circuit
breakers also.
The exceptions are mentioned wherever applicable The new ranges are
based on the same technical and dimensional architecture as that of the
exiting range of circuit breakers.
•
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ComPacT NS and PowerPacT P-, and R-frame circuit breakers is supported
for IFE interface with firmware version 004 only.
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ULP Modules Per Circuit Breaker Range
The following table lists the compatible ULP modules for each range of circuit
breakers.
ULP Module
Part Number
MasterPact MTZ with
ULP Port Module and
MicroLogic Control
Unit
MasterPact NT/NW or
ComPacT or PowePacT
P- and R-Frame with BCM
ULP Module and
MicroLogic Trip Unit
ComPacT NSX or
PowerPacT H-, J-, and Lframe with BSCM Module
and/or MicroLogic Trip
Unit
IFE Ethernet interface for one
circuit breaker
LV434001
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
LV434010
IFE Ethernet switchboard server
LV434002
LV434011
IFE Embedded Ethernet interface
for one MasterPact MTZ drawout
circuit breaker
LV851001
✓
–
–
Spare part kitIFE for one
MasterPact MTZ1 drawout circuit
breaker
LV851100SP
✓
–
–
Spare part kitIFE for one
MasterPact MTZ2/MTZ3 drawout
circuit breaker
LV851200SP
✓
–
–
IFM Modbus-SL interface for one
circuit breaker
TRV00210
–
✓
✓
STRV00210
IFM Modbus-SL interface for one
circuit breaker
LV434000
✓
✓
✓
FDM121 front display module for
one circuit breaker
TRV00121
–
✓
✓
STRV00121
IO input/output application module
for one circuit breaker
LV434063
✓
✓
✓
USB maintenance interface
TRV00911
–
✓
✓
STRV00911
For more information on the ULP System and its components, refer to the ULP
System User Guides.
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Intelligent Modular Unit
Communication Architecture
Trip
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A
FDM128 Ethernet display for eight devices
B
FDM121 front display module for one circuit breaker
C
IFE Ethernet interface for one circuit breaker
D
IFE Ethernet switchboard server
E
IFM Modbus-SL interface for one circuit breaker
F
IO input/output application module for one circuit breaker
G
MasterPact MTZ1 or MTZ2/MTZ3 drawout circuit breaker
H
MasterPact MTZ1 or MTZ2/MTZ3 fixed circuit breaker
I
MasterPact NT/NW circuit breaker
J
ComPacT NS/PowerPacT P-, and R-frame circuit breaker
K
ComPacT NSX/PowerPacT H-, J-, and L-frame circuit breaker
L
ULP port module
M
IFE Embedded Ethernet Interface for one MasterPact MTZ drawout circuit breaker
N
ULP line termination
O
RJ45 male/male ULP cord
P
Circuit breaker BCM ULP cord
Q
NSX cord
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Remote Controller
A remote controller is a device that is able to communicate with an IMU using a
communication interface, such as the IFE Embedded Ethernet interface. For example,
FDM128 Ethernet display for eight devices, supervisor, PLC, BMS, SCADA system,
and so on, are remote controllers.
For the description of Modbus registers and commands, refer to the Modbus
Communication Guides.
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Hardware Description
Hardware Description
Description
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A
Ethernet 1 and Ethernet 2 RJ45 communication ports
B
24 Vdc power supply terminal block
C
QR code to product information
D
Ethernet communication LEDs
E
Module status LED
F
Network status LED
G
Sealable transparent cover
H
Reset button
I
ULP status LED
J
Test button (accessible even with closed cover)
K
Locking pad
L
Device name label
M
Two RJ45 ULP ports
N
Grounding connection
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Hardware Description
Ethernet Interface for One UL Circuit Breaker
For information on installation, consult the instruction sheet available on the
Schneider Electric website: QGH13473.
Mounting
The IFE interface mounts on a DIN rail.
24 Vdc Power Supply
The IFE interface must always be supplied with 24 Vdc.
It is recommended to use an UL listed and recognized limited voltage/limited current
or a class 2 power supply with a 24 Vdc, 3 A maximum.
NOTE: For 24 Vdc power supply connection, use copper conductors only.
Ethernet Communication LEDs
The Ethernet communication dual color LEDs, indicate the status of the Ethernet ports
ETH1 and ETH2.
LED Indication
Status Description
OFF
No power or no link
Steady yellow
10 Mbps, link established, and no activity
Blinking yellow
10 Mbps, ongoing activity
Steady green
100 Mbps, link established, and no activity
Blinking green
100 Mbps, ongoing activity
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Hardware Description
Module Status LED
The module status dual color LED, indicates the IFE interface status.
LED Indication
Status Description
Action
OFF
No power
None
Steady green
IFE interface operational
None
Blinking green (250 ms ON, 250 ms OFF)
Hidden control webpage available
None
Blinking green (500 ms ON, 500 ms OFF)
IFE interface firmware corrupted
Contact your local Schneider Electric service
team for support.
Blinking red (500 ms ON, 500 ms OFF)
IFE interface in degraded mode
Replace ULP module at the next maintenance
operation.
Steady red
IFE interface out of service
None
Blinking green/red (1 s green, 1 s red)
Firmware update in progress
None
Blinking green/red (250 ms green, 250 ms red)
Self-test in progress
None
Network Status LED
The network status dual color LED, indicates the Ethernet network status.
LED Indication
Status Description
OFF
No power or no IP address
Steady green
Valid IP address
Steady red
Duplicated IP address
Blinking green/red (250 ms green, 250 ms red)
Self-test in progress
Steady amber
Error in IP configuration
Modbus Address
The IFE interface accepts the Modbus address of the IMU to which it is connected.
The Modbus address is 255 and cannot be changed.
Locking Pad
The locking pad on the front panel of the IFE interface enables or disables the ability
to send the remote control commands over the Ethernet network to the IFE interface,
and to the other modules of the IMU
•
If the arrow points to the open padlock (default settings), remote control
commands are enabled.
•
If the arrow points to the closed padlock, remote control commands are disabled.
The only remote control command that is enabled even if the arrow points to the
closed padlock, is the set absolute time command.
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Test Button
The test button has two functions, according to the duration of the button pressed.
Time Range
Function
1–5 s
Tests the connection between all the ULP modules for 15 s.
10–15 s
Activates the hidden configuration mode.
NOTE: The hidden configuration is not activated if the button is pressed for more than 15 s.
Reset Button
When the Reset button is pressed for 1–5 seconds, it forces the IP acquisition mode
to the default setting (DHCP).
When the Reset button is pressed for more than 10 seconds, the IFE interface
performs a reset of Security Administrator password to default setting (AAAAAAAA).
The following procedure describes the steps to reset the Security Administrator
password to default setting:
1. Press the Reset button on the IFE interface for more than 10 seconds. The LED
will blink fast in red (100 ms ON and 100 ms OFF).
2. After releasing the Reset button, the IFE interface is in Reset mode for 30
seconds and notifies the user to perform the reset to default settings. The LED
will blink fast in red (100 ms ON and 100 ms OFF).
3. Press the Reset button on the IFE interface to confirm or wait for 30 seconds to
cancel the reset.
4. After confirming the reset of Security Administrator password, the IFE interface
reboots. All IFE settings are reset to default settings, except the Reset
administrator password counter and the general data.
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Hardware Description
ULP Status LED
The yellow ULP status LED describes the mode of the ULP module.
ULP LED
Mode
Action
Nominal
None
Conflict
Remove extra ULP module
Degraded
Replace ULP module at the
next maintenance operation
Test
None
Non-critical firmware
discrepancy
Use EcoStruxure Power
Commission software to
check the firmware and
hardware compatibility and
follow the recommended
actions
Non-critical hardware
discrepancy
Configuration
discrepancy
Install missing features
Critical firmware
discrepancy
Use EcoStruxure Power
Commission software to
check the firmware and
hardware compatibility and
follow the recommended
actions
Critical hardware
discrepancy
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Stop
Replace ULP module
Power OFF
Check power supply
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EcoStruxure Power Commission Software
Ethernet Interface for One UL Circuit Breaker
EcoStruxure Power Commission Software
Overview
EcoStruxureTM Power Commission is the new name of Ecoreach software.
EcoStruxure Power Commission software helps you to manage a project as part of
testing, commissioning, and maintenance phases of the project life cycle. The
innovative features in it provide simple ways to configure, test, and commission the
smart electrical devices.
EcoStruxure Power Commission software automatically discovers the smart devices
and allows you to add the devices for an easy configuration. You can generate
comprehensive reports as part of Factory Acceptance Test and Site Acceptance Test
to replace your heavy manual work. Additionally, when the panels are under
operation, any change of settings made can be easily identified by a yellow
highlighter. This indicates the difference between the project and device values, and
hence provides a system consistency during the operation and maintenance phase.
EcoStruxure Power Commission software enables the configuration of the following
circuit breakers, modules, and accessories:
Circuit breaker ranges
Modules
MasterPact MTZ circuit breakers
•
MasterPact NT/NW circuit breakers
•
ComPacT NS circuit breakers
•
PowerPacT P- and R-frame circuit
breakers
•
•
ComPacT NSX circuit breakers
PowerPacT H-,J-, and L-frame circuit
breakers
•
MicroLogic control units
•
Communication interface modules: IFM
interface, IFE interface, and IFE server
•
ULP modules: IO module
•
MicroLogic trip units
•
Communication interface modules: BCM
module, CCM module, BCM ULP module,
IFM interface, IFE interface, IFE server
•
ULP modules: IO module, FDM121 display1
•
MicroLogic trip units
•
Communication interface modules: BSCM
module, IFM interface, IFE interface, IFE
server
•
ULP modules: IO module, FDM121 display1
Accessories
M2C output module
M2C and M6C output modules
SDTAM and SDx output modules
For more information, refer to the EcoStruxure Power Commission Online Help.
EcoStruxure Power Commission software is available at www.se.com
1.
For FDM121 display, only the firmware and language download are supported.
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EcoStruxure Power Commission Software
Key Features
EcoStruxure Power Commission software performs the following actions for the
supported devices and modules:
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•
Create projects by device discovery
•
Save the project in the EcoStruxure Power Commission cloud for reference
•
Upload settings to the device and download settings from the device
•
Compare the settings between the project and the device
•
Perform control actions in a secured way
•
Generate and print the device settings report
•
Perform a communication wiring test on the entire project and generate and print
test report
•
View the communication architecture between the devices in a graphical
representation
•
View the measurements, logs, and maintenance information
•
Export Waveform Capture on Trip Event (WFC)
•
View the status of device and IO module
•
View the alarm details
•
Buy, install, remove, or retrieve the Digital Modules
•
Check the system firmware compatibility status
•
Update to the latest device firmware
•
Perform force trip and automatic trip curve tests
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Schematics with MasterPact MTZ Circuit Breakers
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Schematics with MasterPact MTZ Circuit Breakers
Description
The IFE interface is connected to the MasterPact MTZ circuit breaker through its ULP
port module.
For more information, refer to the ULP System User Guides .
ULP Connection
NOTICE
HAZARD OF EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
•
Never connect an Ethernet device to a RJ45 ULP port.
•
The RJ45 ULP ports of IFE interface are for ULP modules only.
•
Any other use can damage the IFE interface or the device connected to the
IFE interface.
•
To check if a ULP module is compatible with the RJ45 ULP ports of
IFE interface, refer to the ULP System User Guides.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage.
All the connection configurations require the RJ45 male/male ULP cord.
When the second RJ45 ULP port is not used, it must be closed with an ULP line
termination.
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RJ45 male/male ULP cord
B
ULP line termination
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Connection of the IFE Interface to a MasterPact MTZ Circuit Breaker
Connect the IFE interface to the ULP port module on a MasterPact MTZ circuit
breaker by using the ULP cord.
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A
IFE Ethernet interface for one circuit breaker
B
ULP line termination
C
RJ45 male/male ULP cord
D
ULP port module
E
MasterPact MTZ fixed circuit breaker
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Schematics with MasterPact NT/NW and
PowerPacT P- and R-Frame Circuit Breakers
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Schematics with MasterPact NT/NW and
PowerPacT P- and R-Frame Circuit Breakers
Description
Depending on the type of circuit breaker used, connect the IFE interface to the circuit
breaker using one of the following configurations:
•
Connection of the IFE interface to a fixed manually-operated
PowerPacT P- and R-Frame circuit breaker with a BCM ULP module.
•
Connection of the IFE interface to a fixed electrically-operated
MasterPact NT/NW or PowerPacT P-frame circuit breaker with a BCM ULP
module.
•
Connection of the IFE interface to a drawout MasterPact NT/NW or
PowerPacT P-frame circuit breaker with a BCM ULP module and its respective IO
module.
For more information, refer to the ULP System User Guide.
ULP Connection
NOTICE
HAZARD OF EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
•
Never connect an Ethernet device to a RJ45 ULP port.
•
The RJ45 ULP ports of IFE interface are for ULP modules only.
•
Any other use can damage the IFE interface or the device connected to the
IFE interface.
•
To check if a ULP module is compatible with the RJ45 ULP ports of
IFE interface, refer to the ULP System User Guide.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage.
All connection configurations require the BCM ULP cord.
When the second RJ45 ULP port is not used, it must be closed with a ULP line
termination.
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Circuit breaker BCM ULP cord or RJ45 male/male ULP cord
B
ULP line termination
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Schematics with MasterPact NT/NW and
PowerPacT P- and R-Frame Circuit Breakers
Connection of the IFE Interface to a Fixed Manually-Operated PowerPacT Pand R-Frame Circuit Breaker
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A
IFE Ethernet interface for one circuit breaker
B
ULP line termination
C
Circuit breaker BCM ULP cord
D
BCM ULP circuit breaker communication module
E
Fixed manually-operated PowerPacT P- and R-Frame circuit breaker
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Connection of the IFE Interface to a Fixed Electrically-Operated MasterPact
NT/NW or PowerPacT P-Frame Circuit Breaker
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B
ULP line termination
C
Circuit breaker BCM ULP cord
D
Fixed terminal block
E
BCM ULP circuit breaker communication module
F
Fixed electrically-operated circuit breaker
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Schematics with MasterPact NT/NW and
PowerPacT P- and R-Frame Circuit Breakers
Connection of the IFE Interface to a Drawout MasterPact NT/NW or
PowerPacT P-Frame Circuit Breaker
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A
IFE Ethernet interface for one circuit breaker
B
ULP line termination
C
RJ45 male/male ULP cord
D
Circuit breaker BCM ULP cord
E
Circuit breaker disconnected position contact (CD)
F
Circuit breaker cradle
G
BCM ULP circuit breaker communication module
H
Drawout circuit breaker
I
Drawout terminal block
J
Circuit breaker connected position contact (CE)
K
Circuit breaker test position contact (CT)
L
IO input/output application module for one circuit breaker
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Technical Characteristics
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Technical Characteristics
Environmental Characteristics
Characteristics
Value
Conforming to standards
Certification
•
IACS E10
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EN 61326-1
•
CSA C22.2
•
IEC/UL 61010-2-201
•
IEC61000-6-2 Ed.2
cULus, CE, EAC, and FCC marking
Ambient temperature
Storage
-40 °C to +85 °C (-40 °F to +185 °F)
Operation
-25 °C to +70 °C (-13 °F to +158 °F)
Protective treatment
ULV0, conforming to IEC/EN 60068-2-30
Pollution
Level 3
Mechanical Characteristics
Characteristics
Value
Shock resistance
Conforming to IEC 60068-2-27
15 g/11 ms, 1/2 sinusoidal
Resistance to sinusoidal vibrations
Conforming to IEC/EN 60068-2-6
Electrical Characteristics
Characteristics
Value
Power supply
24 Vdc, -20%/+10% (19.2–26.4 Vdc)
Consumption
Typical
24 Vdc, 120 mA at 20 °C (68 °F)
Maximum with server
19.2 Vdc, 140 mA at 60 °C (140 °F)
Physical Characteristics
Characteristics
Value
Dimensions
72 x 105 x 71 mm (2.83 x 4.13 x 2.79 in)
Mounting
DIN rail
Weight
187 g (0.41 lb)
Degree of protection of the installed module
Connections
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On the front panel (wall-mounted enclosure): IP4x
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Connectors: IP2x
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Other parts: IP3x
Screw type terminal blocks
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Technical Characteristics
24 Vdc Power Supply Characteristics
It is recommended to use an UL listed/UL recognized limited voltage/limited current or
a class 2 power supply with a 24 Vdc, 3 A maximum.
NOTE: For 24 Vdc power supply connection, use copper conductors only.
For more information, refer to the ULP System User Guide.
Characteristics
Value
Power supply type
Regulated switch type
Rated power
72 W
Input voltage
100–120 Vac for single phase
200–500 Vac phase-to-phase
PFC filter
With IEC 61000-3-2
Output voltage
24 Vdc
Power supply output current
3A
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Firmware Update
Description
Use the latest version of EcoStruxure Power Commission software for all firmware
updates.
The latest version of IFE firmware and IFE webpages are updated in a single
operation through EcoStruxure Power Commission software.
For more information on IFE firmware versions, refer to Enerlin'X IFE Interface
Firmware Release Note.
NOTICE
LOSS OF DATA
•
Ensure that you take backup of the data log files before updating the firmware.
The data log entries of the IFE interface may be lost when the IFE firmware is
updated.
•
Ensure that you take backup of data present in User Accounts and Email Events
sections of IFE webpages.
•
Ensure that after firmware upgrade, you restore the User Accounts and Email
Events configuration on IFE webpages.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in permanent loss of data.
After updating the firmware of one device in the IMU, use the latest version of
EcoStruxure Power Commission software to check the firmware compatibility
between the IMU devices. The Firmware Update table helps you to diagnose and
identify all discrepancy issues between the IMU devices. This table also provides the
recommended actions relevant to the detected discrepancies.
Checking the Firmware Version
You can find the firmware version of the devices in the IMU by using:
Step
1
2
•
EcoStruxure Power Commission software, refer to the EcoStruxure Power
Commission Online Help.
•
IFE webpages, see the procedure below.
Action
Result
Open the web browser and log in to the IFE webpage.
Opens the IFE home page.
•
For checking the firmware version 004 and later: go to
the DIAGNOSTICS menu, and in the IFE page, locate
the firmware version.
•
For checking the firmware version up to 003: go to the
Diagnostics menu, and in the Device Information
page, locate the firmware version.
Determines the firmware version of the IFE interface.
NOTE: If you have updated the firmware recently, press
F5 to refresh the webpage and update the displayed
firmware number. The new authentication may be
required to access the webpages.
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Firmware Update
Updating the Firmware and Webpages, Using EcoStruxure Power
Commission Software
For more information, refer to the EcoStruxure Power Commission Online Help.
The EcoStruxure Power Commission software is available at www.se.com.
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Schneider Electric Green Premium™ Ecolabel
Description
Green Premium by Schneider Electric is a label that allows you to develop and
promote an environmental policy while preserving your business efficiency. This
ecolabel is compliant with up-to-date environmental regulations.
Accessing Green Premium
Green Premium data on labeled products can be accessed online through any of the
following ways:
•
By navigating to the Green Premium page on the Schneider Electric website.
•
By scanning the QR code displayed in the following image:
Checking Products Through the Schneider Electric Website
To check the environmental criteria of a product using a PC or smartphone, follow
these steps:
Step
Action
> Green Premium.
1
From www.se.com, select Support
2
Click Find Green Premium Offers to open the search tool webpage.
3
Fill in the fields:
•
Enter the commercial reference or product range of the product to search for.
•
Optional: Enter the manufacturing date code of the product with format YYWW. By default, this field is filled with the date of
the search.
4
To search for several products simultaneously, click the Add product button, and then fill in the fields.
5
Click Check product(s) to generate a report of the environmental criteria available for the products with the entered commercial
references.
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Schneider Electric Green Premium™ Ecolabel
Environmental Criteria
The Green Premium ecolabel provides documentation on the following criteria about
the environmental impact of the products:
•
RoHs: European Union Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directive.
•
REACh: European Union Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction
of Chemicals regulation.
•
PEP: Product Environmental Profile.
•
EoLI: End of Life Instructions.
RoHs
Schneider Electric products are subject to RoHS requirements at a worldwide level,
even for the many products that are not required to comply with the terms of the
regulation. Compliance certificates are available for products that fulfill the criteria of
this European initiative, which aims to eliminate hazardous substances.
REACh
Schneider Electric applies the strict REACh regulation on its products at a worldwide
level, and discloses extensive information concerning the presence of SVHC
(Substances of Very High Concern) in all of these products.
PEP
Schneider Electric publishes complete set of environmental data, including carbon
footprint and energy consumption data for each of the life cycle phases on all of its
products, in compliance with the ISO 14025 PEP ecopassport program. PEP is
especially useful for monitoring, controlling, saving energy, and/or reducing carbon
emissions.
EoLI
These instructions provide:
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•
Recyclability rates for Schneider Electric products.
•
Guidance to mitigate personnel hazards during the dismantling of products and
before recycling operations.
•
Part identification for recycling or for selective treatment, to mitigate
environmental hazards/incompatibility with standard recycling processes.
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IFE Interface Webpages from Firmware Version 004
What’s in This Part
Webpage Access and User Interface.....................................................................36
Settings Pages ...................................................................................................48
Security Pages ....................................................................................................67
Monitoring and Control Pages...............................................................................77
Diagnostics Pages ..............................................................................................83
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Webpage Access and User Interface
What’s in This Chapter
Access to IFE Webpages.....................................................................................37
User Interface Layout ..........................................................................................41
Webpage Description ..........................................................................................44
Role Based Access Control on IFE Webpages ......................................................46
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Access to IFE Webpages
Supported Web Browsers
Browser
Version with
Windows XP
Version with Windows
Vista
Version with Windows 7
and later
Microsoft Internet Explorer
IE 9.0
IE 9.0
IE 10.0, IE11.0
Microsoft Edge
–
–
81.0.416.58 and later
Mozilla Firefox
15.0
20.0
20.0, 45.0
Google Chrome
24.0 and later
24.0 and later
24.0 and later
First Access to the IFE Webpages
The IFE name must be configured during the first access to the IFE webpages.
WARNING
POTENTIAL COMPROMISE OF SYSTEM AVAILABILITY, INTEGRITY, AND
CONFIDENTIALITY
Change default passwords at first use to help prevent unauthorized access to
device settings, controls, and information.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
When the IFE interface is accessed for the first time with SecurityAdmin user name
(Security Administrator role), the user will be asked to change the default password.
The procedure to access the IFE webpages for the first time depends on the operating
system of the computer:
•
Windows Vista, Windows 7 and later, or newer operating systems
•
Windows XP or older operating systems
NOTE: On upgrade of IFE interface before accessing the webpages for the first
time, delete the browser cache.
First Access Through PC with Windows Vista or Windows 7 and
Later
Step
Action
1
Disconnect the PC from the local area network (LAN) and switch off Wi-Fi.
2
Connect an Ethernet cable from the computer to the IFE interface or to the Ethernet switch inside the panel.
3
Open Windows Explorer.
4
Click Network and the IFE-XXYYZZ appears in the list of devices.
NOTE: If the IFE name is not displayed in the list of devices in Windows Explorer, check if the PC and the IFE interface
are not connected through the router.
5
Double-click the selected IFE-XXYYZZ, the login page automatically opens in the browser.
NOTE: Default browser must be Microsoft Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge.
6
Enter SecurityAdmin as the user name and AAAAAAAA as the password, the home page automatically opens in the
browser.
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Step
Webpage Access and User Interface
Action
NOTE: The user name and password are case-sensitive.
7
To change the default password, select My Profile from the SecurityAdmin user name arrow on the header.
The Account Details Modification page is displayed.
8
Enter Old Password, Password, Confirm Password, EmailId, and Phone to change the default password.
9
Select the language from the Language box and then click Apply Changes.
10
To locate the IFE-XXYYZZ, click Device Location on the header. The ULP LED of the selected IFE-XXYYZZ blinks for 15
seconds (test mode).
11
To name the IFE-XXYYZZ, select the SETTINGS menu, go to DEVICES submenu, enter the device name and click Apply
Changes.
12
Write the IFE name on a blank device name label and stick it on the existing one.
NOTE:
•
XXYYZZ is the last 3 bytes of the MAC address in hexadecimal format.
•
Check the firewall settings if DPWS is not enabled.
First Access Through PC with Windows XP
Step
Action
1
Disconnect the computer from the local area network (LAN) and switch off Wi-Fi.
2
Connect an Ethernet cable from the computer to the IFE interface.
3
Start the web browser, page 37.
NOTE: The computer automatically uses the default IP address 169.254.#.# (#=0–255) and the default subnet mask
255.255.0.0.
4
In the address text box, enter 169.254.YY.ZZ, where YY and ZZ are the last 2 bytes of the IFE interface MAC address (to
be found on the IFE interface side label), then press Enter: the home page opens in the browser.
Example: For an IFE with MAC address 00-B0-D0-86-BB-F7 or 0-176-208-134-187-247 in decimal, enter 169.254.187.247
in the address text box.
5
Press Enter, the login page automatically opens in the browser.
6
Enter SecurityAdmin as the user name and AAAAAAAA as the password, the home page automatically opens in the
browser.
NOTE: The user name and password are case-sensitive.
7
To change the default password, select My Profile from the SecurityAdmin user name arrow on the header.
The Account Details Modification page is displayed.
8
Enter Old Password, Password, Confirm Password, EmailId, and Phone to change the default password.
9
Select the language from the Language box and then click Apply Changes.
10
To locate the -XXYYZZ, click Device Location on the header. The ULP LED of the selected -XXYYZZ blinks for 15 seconds.
11
To name the -XXYYZZ, select the SETTINGS menu and click DEVICES submenu, and enter the device name and then click
Apply Changes.
12
Write the IFE name on a blank device name label and stick it on the existing one.
NOTE: XXYYZZ is the last 3 bytes of the MAC address in hexadecimal format.
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Access to Webpages
Follow the Network Discovery, Name Browsing, and IP Address Browsing process to
access the webpages.
The webpage access depends on the IT infrastructure.
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Webpage Access and User Interface
Network Discovery
Follow the below procedure to access the IFE webpages once the IFE name has been
configured.
Step
Action
1
Connect the IFE interface or the Ethernet switch inside the panel to the local area network (LAN).
2
Connect the computer to the local area network (LAN).
3
Open Windows Explorer.
4
Click Network, the IFE name is displayed in the list of devices.
NOTE: If the IFE name is not displayed in the list of devices in Windows Explorer, check if the PC and the IFE interface
are not connected through the router.
5
Double-click the IFE name which is written on the device label located on the front face of the selected IFE interface, the login
page automatically opens in the browser.
NOTE: Default browser must be Microsoft Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge.
Name Browsing
DNS server is mandatory.
Step
Action
1
Connect the IFE interface or the Ethernet switch inside the panel to the local area network (LAN).
2
Connect the computer to the local area network (LAN).
3
Start the web browser, page 37.
4
In the address text box, enter the IFE name which is written on the device label located on the front face of the selected IFE
interface.
5
Press Enter, the login page automatically opens in the browser.
NOTE: If the IFE interface does not appear in the list of devices in Windows Explorer, check if the PC and the IFE
interface are not connected through the router.
NOTE: The IFE IP address is mapped to the device label in the DNS server.
IP Address Browsing
IP static configuration has to be set.
Step
Action
1
Connect the IFE interface or the Ethernet switch inside the panel to the local area network (LAN).
2
Connect the computer to the local area network (LAN).
3
Start the web browser, page 37.
4
In the address text box, enter IP address given by the IT administrator.
5
Press Enter, the login page automatically opens in the browser.
NOTE: If the login page in the web browser does not open or does not display correctly, check if Internet Explorer\Tools
\Compatibility View Settings\Display Intranet sites in Compatibility View in Internet Explorer is checked.
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User Interface Layout
Overview
This graphic shows the IFE user interface layout.
A Header
B Menu bar
C Submenu bar
D Webpages
E Display zone
F
Action button
Header
The header displays the following information at the top of all the pages.
A
IFE name
B
Intrusive command mode
C
Date and time
D
IP address
E
Device Location
F
My Profile
Logout
G
User name
Header Part
Description
IFE name
Device name of the IFE interface.
Intrusive command
mode
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Header Part
Description
•
Date and time
Webpage Access and User Interface
: The intrusive command mode is Unlocked (default setting), the remote control commands are enabled.
Current date in yyyy-mm-dd format.
Current time in hh-mm-sec format.
IP address
IPv4 address of the interface.
Device Location
Click Device Location to locate the selected interface in your equipment:
•
The ULP LED of the selected interface blinks for 15 seconds (test mode).
•
The icon
blinks 1 second ON and 1 second OFF when the device location is activated.
My Profile
Click to change your account password in the Accounts Details Modification window.
Logout
Click to log out from the IFE session, or close your browser.
It is recommended to log out from the IFE session when it is not in use.
User name
Name of the user who has logged in.
Menu Bar
The main tabs in the menu bar are:
•
MONITORING & CONTROL
•
DIAGNOSTICS
•
SETTINGS
•
SECURITY
Submenu Bar
The subtabs in the submenu bar display the submenus under the selected main tab.
Webpages
The navigation menu under each subtab lists the webpages for the selected
submenu.
Action Buttons
The action buttons correspond to the selected tab and it varies.
The following table describes the generic action buttons on Setting and Security
webpages:
Button
Action
Apply Changes
Applies the setting changes.
Cancel Changes
Cancels the setting modifications and returns to the last saved settings.
For some settings, after clicking Apply Changes, a pop-up message is displayed for
confirmation to restart the IFE interface to apply the new settings:
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•
Click Yes to restart and apply the setting changes.
•
Click No to cancel the setting modifications and return to the last saved settings.
Display Zone
The display zone shows the selected subtab in detail with all the related fields.
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Webpage Description
MONITORING & CONTROL Webpage
Submenu
Webpage
CIRCUIT BREAKERS , page
78
–
Description
•
Displays data from the circuit breaker and its IO modules.
•
Allows to reset of minimum and maximum values.
•
Allows to control the circuit breaker and the IO application.
DIAGNOSTICS Webpage
Submenu
Webpage
Description
COMMUNICATION
STATUS, page 84
Displays diagnostic data used to troubleshoot the network-related
problems.
ETHERNET, page 85
Displays the diagnostic data of Ethernet global statistics and Ethernet
port characteristics.
MODBUS, page 86
Displays the global statistics of TCP/IP and TCP port connections.
ULP, page 87
Displays the global statistics of ULP port connection.
REDUNDANCY-RSTP
BRIDGE, page 88
Displays the diagnostic data of RSTP bridge.
REDUNDANCY-RSTP PORTS
, page 89
Displays the diagnostic data of RSTP ports.
SNMP, page 90
Displays the diagnostic data of SNMPV1 Agent.
IFE, page 91
DEVICES
–
CIRCUIT BREAKERS, page 93
•
Displays the IFE interface basic information.
•
Displays the IFE interface parameters and characteristics.
•
Displays the list of the IMU devices connected to the ULP port.
•
Displays the maintenance counter information of the selected
device.
•
Displays the IO module input/output configuration.
•
Displays the details of circuit breaker communication component.
SETTINGS Webpage
Submenu
Webpage
Description
GENERAL
DATE & TIME, page 49
Sets the date and time manually or sets the IFE time automatically using
an NTP source or configures the device connected to IFE interface to
synchronize their time with the IFE time automatically.
TIME ZONE, page 50
Sets the time zone for the region and sets the daylight saving time.
PREFERENCES, page 51
Sets IFE preferences for data refreshment.
ETHERNET, page 52
Sets the Modbus TCP/IP communication interface.
IP CONFIGURATION, page 54
Sets the IP parameters.
EMAIL SERVICE, page 56
Sets the configuration of SMTP server for mailing purpose.
DATA PUBLISHING, page 58
Sets data generation and publishing parameters.
REDUNDANCY-RSTP, page 60
Sets the RSTP bridge and RSTP port details.
SNMP, page 62
Sets the SNMPV1 agent parameters.
COMMUNICATION
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Submenu
Webpage
DEVICES, page 64
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CONTACT MANAGEMENT
EMAILS, page 66
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Description
•
Sets the IFE name.
•
Sets circuit breaker name and data logging.
•
Sets the email address for the events notification and data
publishing.
•
Sets the events to be notified.
SECURITY Webpage
Submenu
Webpage
Description
IP NETWORK SERVICES,
page 68
-
Configures the settings and activates the IP network services.
MODBUS TCP/IP FILTERING,
page 69
-
Configures the IP addresses that can access the IFE interface through
Modbus TCP/IP.
CERTIFICATES, page 71
-
Displays the IFE certificate with expiration date and validity period.
USER MANAGEMENT, page
73
-
Manages the existing and newly added user accounts.
SYSLOG SERVICE , page 76
-
Configures the Syslog server address.
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Role Based Access Control on IFE Webpages
RBAC Definition
Role-based access control is a way to assign different levels of access based on what
the user’s defined role has been granted to have access to.
NOTE: RBAC feature is supported for MasterPact MTZ circuit breaker only.
Role Definition
The following roles are defined for remote access:
•
Security Administrator (SECADM)
•
Engineer
•
Installer
•
Operator
•
Viewer
Each role includes a set of permissions on IFE interface users. According to the roles,
the user will have access only to the granted webpages.
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Permission for Each Role
User can modify the permissions for each role using the CAE configuration tool.
The following table describes the permissions allowed for each role by default:
Roles
Permission
Viewer
Engineer
Operator
Installer
Security
Administrator
Maintenance Information Read
–
✔
✔
✔
–
Maintenance Settings Write
–
✔
–
✔
–
Maintenance Control Write
–
✔
✔
✔
–
Public Information Read
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
Device Measures Information Read
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
Device Measures Settings Write
–
✔
–
✔
–
Device Measures Control Write
–
–
✔
–
–
Device Settings Write
–
✔
–
✔
–
Device Information Read
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✔
✔
✔
✔
Communication Information Read
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✔
✔
✔
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Communication Settings Write
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✔
–
✔
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Communication Control Write
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✔
–
✔
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Date and Time Settings Write
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✔
–
✔
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Date and Time Information Read
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✔
✔
✔
✔
Security Information Read
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–
–
–
✔
Security Settings Write
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–
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–
✔
Security Control Write
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–
–
–
✔
Breaker Control Write
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–
✔
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Breaker Settings Write
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✔
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✔
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Breaker Information Read
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✔
✔
✔
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Protection Information Read
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✔
✔
✔
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Protection Settings Write
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✔
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✔
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Protection Control Write
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✔
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✔
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Input Output Information Read
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✔
✔
✔
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Input Output Settings Write
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✔
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✔
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Input Output Control Write
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✔
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✔
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Security Logs Information Read
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–
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Security Logs Settings Read
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Security Logs Settings Write
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What’s in This Chapter
Date and Time ....................................................................................................49
Time Zone ..........................................................................................................50
Preferences........................................................................................................51
Ethernet .............................................................................................................52
IP Configuration..................................................................................................54
Email Service .....................................................................................................56
Data Publishing ..................................................................................................58
Redundancy-RSTP .............................................................................................60
SNMP ................................................................................................................62
Devices..............................................................................................................64
Emails................................................................................................................66
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Date and Time
Description
The DATE & TIME page allows you to:
•
Manually set the date and time of the circuit breaker connected to the
IFE interface.
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Automatically synchronize the date and time of the circuit breaker to the IFE time.
The users with Installer or Engineer role can change the date and time settings.
Navigation to the Date and Time Page
To view the DATE & TIME page, click SETTINGS > GENERAL > DATE & TIME.
Date and Time Settings
Parameter
Description
Date and time setting mode
Allows you to select the date and time setting mode of the circuit breaker and its IMU devices:
•
Check Manual (default setting) to set manually the date and time in the dedicated fields.
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Check Network Synchronization via NTP to set automatically the date and time by an
external time server (NTP server).
Date
Allows you to set the present date manually in the format YYYY-MM-DD.
Time
Allows you to set the present time manually in the format hh:mm:ss.
NTP Settings
Parameter
Description
NTP server setting mode
Allows you to select the NTP server setting mode:
•
Check Obtain Servers Automatically via DHCP/BOOTP (default setting) to set the NTP
servers automatically.
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Check Manual to set manually the NTP servers names or addresses.
Primary NTP server
Allows you to enter manually the primary NTP server address.
Secondary NTP server
Allows you to enter manually the secondary NTP server address.
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When both the NTP servers are not reachable by IFE interface and another
IMU device is setting the date and time, the IFE interface date and time
setting mode falls back to Manual automatically.
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When the time setting mode is set to Manual, Time Zone Offset is reset to 0.
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Time Zone
Description
The TIME ZONE page allows you to set the time zone of a particular region.
The users with Installer or Engineer roles can change the time zone settings.
Navigation to the Time Zone Page
To view the TIME ZONE page, click SETTINGS > GENERAL > TIME ZONE.
Real Time Clock
The IFE interface has a real time clock (RTC) to maintain date and time during power
outage. The expected life time of the RTC is 15 years when operated at intermediate
mode (in this mode, the battery is operated continuously for 4 days with an interval of
45 times over a period of 10 years).
The IFE interface must maintain a crystal tolerance of ±20 ppm (typical)/±150 ppm
(maximum) during the period of 15 years at -25 °C (-13 °F) to 85 °C (185 °F). The time
drift by RTC chip varies from -16 s/day to +2 s/day. During power recycle, the RTC is
able to maintain the date and time settings.
Time Zone Settings
Parameter
Description
Time Zone Offset
Allows you to select the time zone of a particular region.
Enable
Enables the daylight saving time.
Daylight Savings Time begins
Allows you to set the beginning time of daylight saving.
Daylight Savings Time ends
Allows you to set the end time of daylight saving.
NOTE: The settings of Time Zone is applicable only when DATE & TIME is in
Network Synchronization via NTP mode.
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Preferences
Description
The PREFERENCES page allows you to set the IFE interface preferences for data
refreshment rate.
The users with Installer or Engineer roles can change the preferences settings.
Navigation to the Preferences Page
To view the PREFERENCES page, click SETTINGS > GENERAL > PREFERENCES.
Preferences Settings
Parameter
Description
Value
Real Time Sample Rate
Sets how often data is read from the device in the standard monitoring
table views.
Setting range: 5–60 s
Default setting: 5 s
Communications Check Rate
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is displaying real-time readings in the standard monitoring table views.
This function attempts to bring any out-of-service devices back into
service automatically.
Setting range: 5–30 min
Default setting: 15 min
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Ethernet
Description
The ETHERNET page allows you to define the physical Ethernet connection speed
and transmission rate for the Ethernet ports.
The users with Installer or Engineer roles can change the Ethernet settings.
For Ethernet settings, after clicking Apply Changes, a pop-up message is displayed
for confirmation to restart the interface to apply the new settings:
•
Click Yes to restart and apply the setting changes.
•
Click No to cancel the setting modifications and return to the last saved settings.
Navigation to the Ethernet Page
To view the ETHERNET page, click SETTINGS > COMMUNICATION > ETHERNET.
Ethernet Settings
Parameter
Description
Value
MAC Address
A unique media access control address of an IFE interface.
The MAC address is written on the label which is placed on the
side of the IFE interface.
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Frame Format
Used to select the format for data sent over an Ethernet
connection.
•
Ethernet II
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802.3
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Auto (default setting)
Port Control Settings
Parameter
Description
Value
ETH1 Mode
Used to define the physical Ethernet connection speed and
transmission mode for Ethernet port 1.
Auto-negotiation (default setting)
ETH2 Mode
Used to define the physical Ethernet connection speed and
transmission for Ethernet port 2.
Auto-negotiation (default setting)
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Broadcast Storm Protection Settings
Parameter
Description
Value
Enable
Enables the Broadcast Storm Protection (enabled by default).
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Level
Allows you to select the broadcast storm protection level. The
level value corresponds to a committed information rate (CIR)
value, that is, the amount of traffic entering the switch port from
which the storm protection drops entering the broadcast traffic.
Broadcast storm protection level:
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1: Highest (1000)
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2: High (2000)
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3: Medium-High (3000)
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4: Medium-Low (4000), Default setting
•
5: Low (5000)
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6: Lowest (6000)
NOTE: The level value corresponds to
the committed information rate.
Committed information
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level.
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IP Configuration
Description
The IP CONFIGURATION page allows you to set the IP parameters.
The users with Installer or Engineer roles can change the IP configuration settings.
Navigation to the IP Configuration Page
To view the IP CONFIGURATION page, click SETTINGS > COMMUNICATION > IP
CONFIGURATION.
IPv4 Settings
Parameter
Description
Configuration
Allows you to select the IPv4 configuration mode:
Mode
•
Check Automatic (default setting) to set IPv4 parameters automatically by using DHCP or
BOOTP.
•
Check Manual to set manually the IPv4 parameters (IP address, Subnet mask, and
Gateway).
Allows you to select the mode for assigning the IPv4 parameters by using:
•
•
DHCP (default setting)
BOOTP
NOTE: While using a legacy DHCP server, the device name must be limited to 16
characters.
IP address
Used to enter manually the static IP address of an IFE interface.
Subnet mask
Used to enter manually the Ethernet IP subnet mask address of your network.
Gateway
Used to enter manually the gateway (router) IP address used for wide area network (WAN)
communication.
IPv6 Settings
For IPv6 Configuration settings, after clicking Apply Changes, a pop-up message is
displayed for confirmation to restart the interface to apply the new settings:
•
Click Yes to restart and apply the setting changes.
•
Click No to cancel the setting modifications and return to the last saved settings.
Parameter
Description
Enable IPv6
Enables IPv6 (Default setting: Enable).
IPv6 address
Static IP address of IFE interface.
NOTE: In the URL address box, use [ ] brackets to enter the link local address.
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DNS Settings
Parameter
Description
DNS address
Allows you to select the IPv4 configuration mode:
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Check Automatic (default setting) to obtain the IP address from the DNS server automatically.
Check Manual to set manually the primary and secondary server addresses.
NOTE: Domain name system (DNS) is the naming system for computers and devices connected to a
local area network (LAN) or the Internet.
Primary server address
Used to enter manually the IPv4 address of the primary DNS server.
Secondary server address
Used to enter manually the IPv4 address of the secondary DNS server.
Used to perform a DNS resolution when the resolution fails with the primary DNS server.
Duplicate IP Address Detection
While connected to your network, the IFE interface publishes its IP address. To avoid
any duplicate IP address conflicts, the IFE interface uses the address resolution
protocol (ARP) to see if any other device on your network is using the same IP
address. The following table explains how the IFE interface handles a duplicate IP
address when it is detected.
Duplicate IP Address Scenario
Scenario
Duplicate IP Detected
Network Status LED
Ethernet link detected
Reverts to the default IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address.
ARP requests are sent every 15 seconds until the IP address is
available. IFE interface uses the IP address when it is available,
Steady red
Manual address change
Reverts to the default IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address.
The ARP requests are sent every 15 seconds until the IP address is
available. The IFE interface uses the IP address when it is available.
Steady red
Receives an ARP request
If more than one ARP is detected within 10 seconds, initiate the
process to reacquire the IP.
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Email Service
Description
The EMAIL SERVICE page allows you to activate email service and to set the Simple
Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) server settings. The SMTP is a set of communication
guidelines that allow the software to transmit an electronic mail over the Internet. It is
a program used for sending messages to other computer users based on email
addresses.
The users with Installer or Engineer roles can change the email service settings.
Navigation to the Email Service Page
To view the EMAIL SERVICE page, click SETTINGS > COMMUNICATION > EMAIL
SERVICE.
Email Service
Parameter
Description
Email Service
Enables the Email service (disabled by default).
Email SMTP Server Settings
Parameter
Description
Value
SMTP Server Address
Allows you to enter an email server address (SMTP server).
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NOTE: Contact your network administrator to know the IP
address or the name of the SMTP server.
Connection Security Mode
SMTP Server Port
Allows you to select the connection security mode.
Allows you to enter the SMTP server port.
Authentication
Allows you to enable Authentication if the SMTP server requires
login information (disabled by default).
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SMTP Account login
Allows you to enter the SMTP account login name.
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SMTP Account Password
Allows you to enter the SMTP account password.
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None (default setting)
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TLS
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STARTTLS
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25 (default setting)
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465: TLS
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587: STARTTLS
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Email Sender Address Settings
Parameter
Description
From Address
Allows you to enter the email address of the administrator.
The From Address can be used in different ways:
•
Use the From Address as a context provider: If you do not want to receive any
reply, and only notify the recipient, use From Address as contextual information.
The From Address syntax includes “no-reply”, “device name”, “site name”, @a
validated domain.com, .net, and so on.
•
Create an alias in the From Address to allow replies to be sent to the person in
charge of an alarm: An email can be sent to multiple people who are responsible
for a specific appliance. This feature allows the receivers to reply to follow up with
the responsible person.
For example, the facility manager would receive an email from an alarm. Facility
manager can send a reply email to the maintenance contractor to follow up on the
action.
Email Language Settings
Parameter
Description
Language
Allows you to select the language of the email body.
Setting
•
English (default setting)
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French
Email Test Settings
Parameter
Description
Recipient Address for Test
Allows you to enter the email address of the recipient to test the delivery of the email.
The Email Test feature enables connection from the IFE interface to the service.
Click the Test button to send the test email to the recipient address for test. If the test
emails are not received, the Internet connection needs to enable the email ports (port
25 or 465 or 587). The required setting of the port is done in accordance between the
IFE interface that sends the email and the site router settings.
NOTE: The email with custom text that uses characters such as à, è, ù, é, â, ê, î,
ô, û, ë, ï, ü, ÿ, and ç are not shown correctly in the email. However, the generic
text message is shown correctly.
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Data Publishing
Description
The DATA PUBLISHING page allows you to export the data selected on the Devices
page , page 64 in email or FTPS mode.
The users with Installer or Engineer roles can change the data publishing settings.
Navigation to the Data Publishing Page
To view the DATA PUBLISHING page, click SETTINGS > COMMUNICATION >
DATA PUBLISHING.
Data Generation Setting
Setting
Description
Value
Logging Interval
Allows you to select the time interval for logging the data.
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Data Publishing Settings
Setting
Description
Export Activated
Allows you to enable the export activation of data publishing (disabled by default).
Mode
Allows you to select the mode for data publishing by:
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Email
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FTPS
FTPS Server Address
Allows you to enter the FTPS server address.
Port
Allows you to enter the FTPS port number.
Directory
Allows you to enter the FTPS directory name.
User Name
Allows you to enter the user name.
Password
Allows you to enter the password.
Export Interval
Allows you to select the export interval time for:
•
Logging Interval
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Hourly
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Daily
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Weekly
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Monthly
Time of Day
Allows you to select the time for data export (Default time: 00:00).
Day of the Week
Allows you to select the day for weekly export of data (Default day: Sunday).
Day of the Month
Allows you to select the day for monthly export of data (Default day: 1st day of the month).
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Manual Export
Click the Manual Export button to manually export the data by Email or FTPS
according to the data publishing settings.
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Redundancy-RSTP
Description
The REDUNDANCY-RSTP page allows you to set the RSTP bridge and RSTP port
details.
The users with Installer or Engineer roles can change the Redundancy-RSTP
settings.
For REDUNDANCY-RSTP settings, after clicking Apply Changes, a pop-up message
is displayed for confirmation to restart the interface to apply the new settings:
•
Click Yes to restart and apply the setting changes.
•
Click No to cancel the setting modifications and return to the last saved settings.
Navigation to the Redundancy-RSTP Page
To view the REDUNDANCY-RSTP page, click SETTINGS > COMMUNICATION >
REDUNDANCY-RSTP.
RSTP Settings
Setting
Description
Enable
Allows you to enable RSTP feature (disabled by default).
RSTP Bridge Settings
Setting
Description
Bridge Priority
Allows you to select bridge priority.
Bridge Hello Time
Bridge Max Age Time
Transmit Hold Count
Bridge Forward Delay
60
Allows you to enter bridge hello time.
Allows you to enter bridge maximum age time.
Allows you to enter the transmit hold count.
Allows you to enter bridge forward delay.
Value
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Setting range: 0-61440
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Default setting: 32768
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Setting range: 1-2 s
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Default setting: 2 s
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Setting range: 6-40 s
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Default setting: 40 s
•
Setting range: 3-100 s
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Default setting: 6 s
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Setting range: 4-30 s
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Default setting: 21 s
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RSTP Port 1 and 2 Settings
Settings
Description
Value
RSTP setting mode
Allows you to select the RSTP setting mode:
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Port 1 and 2 Priority
Port 1 and 2 Cost
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Check Automatic (default setting) to set RSTP port 1 and 2
automatically.
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Check Manual to set manually the RSTP port 1 and 2
parameters (port priority and port cost).
Allows you to select manually port 1 and 2 priority.
Allows you to enter manually the port 1 and 2 cost.
•
Setting range: 0-240
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Default setting: 128
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Setting range: 1-200000000
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SNMP
Description
The SNMP page allows you to set the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
settings.
The IFE interface supports SNMP, allowing a network administrator to access
remotely an IFE interface with an SNMP manager and to view the networking status
and diagnostics of the IFE interface in the MIBII format.
The users with Installer or Engineer role can change the SNMP settings.
Navigation to the SNMP Page
To view the SNMP page, click SETTINGS > COMMUNICATION > SNMP.
SNMPV1 Agent Settings
Setting
Description
Value
Enable
Allows you to enable or disable the SNMP agent.
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Listening Port
Allows you to enter listening port number at which the
SNMP agent listens for network traffic.
•
Setting range: 1 -65534
•
Default setting: 161
Allows you to enter notification port number.
•
Setting range: 1 -65534
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Default setting: 162
Notification Port
System Objects Settings
Setting
Description
System Location
Allows you to enter system location.
System Contact
Allows you to enter system contact person name.
System Name configuration mode
Allows you to select the System Name configuration mode:
System Name
•
Check Automatic Configuration of System Name to set the system name automatically.
•
Check Manual Configuration of System Name (default setting) to set manually the system
name.
Allows you to enter the system name manually.
Community Names Settings
Setting
Description
Get Community Name
Allows you to enter get community name.
Set Community Name
Allows you to enter set community name.
Trap Community Name
Allows you to enter trap community name.
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Enabled Traps Settings
Enabled Traps allows you to select any of the following traps, which are disabled by
default:
Setting
Description
Cold Start Trap
Generates a trap when the IFE interface is powered ON.
Warm Start Trap
Generates a trap when SNMP is enabled.
Link Down Trap
Generates a trap when an Ethernet port communication link is disconnected.
Link Up Trap
Generates a trap when an Ethernet port communication link is reconnected.
Authentication Failure Trap
Generates a trap when an SNMP manager is accessing the IFE interface with incorrect
authentication.
SNMP Managers Settings
Setting
Description
Manager#1
Allows you to enter name or IP address of SNMP manager one.
Manager#2
Allows you to enter name or IP address of SNMP manager two.
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Devices
Description
The DEVICES page allows you to select the data of the device connected to the IFE
interface to publish (24 data maximum).The way to publish the data is set on the
DATA PUBLISHING page , page 58.
The device connected to the IFE interface ULP port is automatically detected and
added to the IFE interface in the device list.
The users with Installer or Engineer role can change the device settings.
NOTE: The webpages are supported only for the devices added in the device list.
Navigation to the Devices Page
To view the DEVICES page, click SETTINGS > DEVICES.
Device Settings
Setting
Description
Value
Device Type
Displays the device type.
–
NOTE: The Device Type field is auto-detected and it is
unavailable to edit.
Name
Allows you to enter the names of the devices.
NOTE:
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IP Address/Slave ID
Data Publishing
The LV breaker system is uniquely identified over
possible interfaces such as HMI, Modbus/TCP,
DPWS, and DHCP.
•
Device name is common across all interfaces. Thus,
changing device name by any means has direct
impact on all the connected interfaces.
•
The device name cannot be changed while Data
Publishing is enabled.
Displays the device IP address and the local address of the
device connected to the IFE interface or remote device.
•
For IFE interface: The IP Address/Slave ID box is
unavailable to edit.
•
For remote device: Allows you to enter IP address in the
IP Address/Slave ID box.
Allows you to enable the publication of data from the device
connected to the IFE interface (disabled by default).
The device name can have up to 64 ASCII
characters with the following characters: A–Z,
a–z, 0–9, and -. However, - cannot be used at
the beginning or at the end of the name.
NOTE:
•
Device name should be unique within
the device list.
•
Duplicate names for different devices
may have impact on web
applications, logging, and export
features.
For ULP port: 255 (Default setting)
There are eight categories for data publishing
Default values:
The data is selected to publish while Data Publishing is
enabled.
Apparent Energy (kVAh)
Active Energy (kWh)
Reactive Energy (kVARh)
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Selection of the Data to Publish
The data to publish are listed in 8 categories:
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Current
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Voltage
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Power
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Energy
•
Demand Current
•
Demand Power
In each category, the list of data to publish is adapted to the device connected to the
IFE interface.
A maximum of 24 data can be selected for publication, out of which the following 3
data are selected by default:
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Active Energy (kWh)
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Reactive Energy (kVARh)
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Emails
Description
The EMAILS page allows you to set the list of recipients of emails for:
•
Event notification
•
Data publishing
A maximum of 15 users or email recipients can be declared.
The users with Installer or Engineer roles can change the Emails settings.
Navigation to the Emails Page
To view the EMAILS page, click SETTINGS > CONTACT MANAGEMENT > EMAILS.
List of Settings
Setting
Description
Email
Allows you to enter the email address of the recipient.
Language
Displays the name selected language. , page 57
Notification
Allows you to select the events from the list to notify the user through email.
Data Publishing
Allows you to enable publication through email of the data selected on the DEVICES
page , page 64.
Notification Page
The Notification page allows the selection of the events to notify through email
among a list of events.
CAUTION
EQUIPMENT INCOMPATIBILITY OR INOPERABLE EQUIPMENT
Do not rely solely on the notification of the emails for maintaining your equipment.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage.
The list of event displayed contains only applicable events related to the devices
connected to the ULP port of the IFE interface.
NOTE: If an email SMTP server is not located on the same Ethernet network
segment as IFE interface, ensure that the IFE default gateway is properly
configured.
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IP Network Services............................................................................................68
Modbus TCP/IP Filtering .....................................................................................69
Certificates .........................................................................................................71
User Management ..............................................................................................73
Syslog Service....................................................................................................76
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IP Network Services
Description
The IP NETWORK SERVICES page allows you to set and activate the IP network
services.
The users with Security Administrator role can edit the IP network services
parameters.
Navigation to the IP Network Services Page
To view the IP NETWORK SETTINGS page, click SECURITY > IP NETWORK
SERVICES.
IP Network Services Parameters
Parameter
Description
Value
Modbus TCP
Allows you to enable/disable the Modbus/TCP service.
Default setting: Enabled
Secure Commissioning
Allows you to establish the secure communication over TLS and
then by RBAC mechanism between EPC software and IFE
interface.
Default setting: Disabled
NOTE: It is recommented to set it as Enabled. Once the
secure commissioning is enabled, if EPC software is
connected to IFE interface, user must start a new discovery of
the IFE interface with EPC software.
Allows you to set the port number of the secure commissioning
server.
Setting range:1–65534
Default setting: 49152
Secure Modbus for
M2M
Allows you to enable/disable the secure Modbus for machine-tomachine service.
Default setting: Disabled
Allows you to set the port number of the secure Modbus server.
Setting range:1–65534
Default setting: 802
Allows you to set the number of sessions for the secure Modbus
server.
Setting range:1–8
Default setting: 2
Internal FTPS Server
Allows you to enable/disable the FTPS Server
Default setting:
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FTPS server is disabled
Discovery
Allows you to enable/disable the discovery (DPWS) of the IFE
interface automatically.
Default setting: Enabled
HTTP/Web Port
Allows you to set the port number of the HTTP/Web server.
Setting range: 1–65534
Default setting: 80
HTTPS Port
Allows you to enable/disable the HTTPS service and to set the port
number of the HTTPS server.
NOTE: After disabling the HTTPS, you should clear the
browser cookies before authenticating it again.
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Default setting: Enabled (value: 443)
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Modbus TCP/IP Filtering
Description
The MODBUS TCP/IP FILTERING page allows you to set the level of access for
Modbus TCP/IP clients connected to IFE interface.
The users with Security Administrator role can edit the Modbus TCP/IP filtering
parameters.
Navigation to the Modbus TCP/IP Filtering Page
To view the MODBUS TCP/IP FILTERING page, click SECURITY > MODBUS TCP/
IP FILTERING.
Modbus TCP/IP Filtering Parameters
Parameters
Description
Modbus TCP/IP Filtering
Enables the Modbus TCP/IP address filtering (disabled by default).
The list of IP addresses available in the table is granted access.
IP Filtering Global Access List Parameters
Click the
icon to edit the IP Filtering Rules and set the access level.
Setting
Description
IP Range
Filters the required IP address you entered. A maximum of 10 IP addresses are allowed.
Access level
Displays the access level for the corresponding IP address:
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1 (0x01)
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2 (0x02)
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3 (0x03)
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4 (0x04)
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7 (0x07)
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8 (0x08)
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11 (0x0B)
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12 (0x0C)
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17 (0x11)
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20 (0x14)
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24 (0x18)
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43 (0x2B), with subfunction codes 14 (0x0E), 15 (0x0F), and 16 (0x10).
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100 (0x64)
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None: The access to the IP address is blocked.
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Read/Write: Full access is provided.
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IP Filtering Exception List Parameters
Click Add Exception button and set additional IP Filtering Rules parameters.
Setting
Description
IP Address/IP Range
Filters the required IP address you entered. A maximum of 10 IP addresses are allowed.
Access level
Displays the access level for the corresponding IP address:
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1 (0x01)
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2 (0x02)
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3 (0x03)
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4 (0x04)
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7 (0x07)
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8 (0x08)
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11 (0x0B)
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12 (0x0C)
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17 (0x11)
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20 (0x14)
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24 (0x18)
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43 (0x2B), with subfunction codes 14 (0x0E), 15 (0x0F), and 16 (0x10).
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100 (0x64)
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None: The access to the IP address is blocked.
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Read/Write: Full access is provided.
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Certificates
Description
The CERTIFICATE page allows you to create, modify, and import the IFE interface
certificate. This page also displays the details of the certificate and expiration date of
the certificate.
The users logged with Security Administrator role can edit the certificate parameters.
NOTE: For IFE interface with firmware version 004.005.000 and later, only the
certificate format .pem is supported.
Navigation to the Certificates Page
To display the CERTIFICATES page, click SECURITY > CERTIFICATES
Product Certificate Parameters
Parameter
Description
Certificate Type
Displays type of certificate.
Subject
Displays subject of the certificate.
Issuer
Displays the issuer name of the certificate.
Expiration Date
Displays expiration date of the certificate.
Create Certificate
Allows you to create new certificate for the product.
Import Certificate
Allows you to import the existing certificate for the product.
Delete Certificate
Allows you to delete the product certificate.
NOTE: Delete Certificate button is enabled only in case of a customized certificate.
Import Certificate Parameters
Parameter
Description
Certificate Package
Name of the certificate package.
Browse
Allows you to navigate and locate the required certificate package.
Password
Allows you to enter the password.
Product Certificate Details
Parameters
Description
Certificate Type
Certificate generated by IFE interface is Self-Signed.
Validity Period (UTC)
Validity period of the certificate.
The certificate generated by the IFE interface is automatically renewed one month before end of validity period.
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Certificate Renewal
When the self-signed certificate is renewed, the session is closed automatically and
you have to login again.
The self-signed certificate is renewed in the following cases:
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Deletion of imported certificate
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Self-signed certificate regeneration
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Expiration date is overdue
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User Management
Description
The USER MANAGEMENT page is only accessible to the user with Security
Administrator (SECADM) role.
The users with Security Administrator role can:
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Create, edit, and delete user accounts.
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Assign a role and a password to the users.
Navigation to the User Management Page
To view the USER MANAGEMENT page, click SECURITY > USER MANAGEMENT.
Security Administrator Role
The Security Administrator user account is created by default with all the roles.
Therefore, IFE interface helps to ensure that at least one user with SECADM role is
always present in the users list.
WARNING
POTENTIAL COMPROMISE OF SYSTEM AVAILABILITY, INTEGRITY, AND
CONFIDENTIALITY
Change default passwords at first use to help prevent unauthorized access to
device settings, controls, and information.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
The security Administrator default password is AAAAAAAA.
EcoStruxure Cybersecurity Admin Expert Software
From firmware version 004 and or later, IFE interface is compatible with EcoStruxure
Cybersecurity Admin Expert tool. The credentials of the user with SECADM role,
defined from the webpages, must be used to configure users and cybersecurity
features. For more information about use of EcoStruxure Cybersecurity Admin Expert
tool software, refer to the EcoStruxure Cybersecurity Admin Expert Guide, page 7.
User Account Parameters
Parameter
Description
User Name
Enter a name for a new user.
Password
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User names are case-sensitive and can contain special characters.
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Parameter
Description
Role
Select one or multiple roles for the new user in the predefined list of roles , page 46.
Email ID
Enter a valid email address for the entered user name.
User Account Edition
Once the user account is created, click the
following parameters.
Parameter
Description
User Name
Edit the user name.
Role
Change the role.
EmailID
Edit the email address of the user.
Phone
Enter the phone number of the user.
Language
Select the user language in the predefined list of languages.
Unlock
Unlock the user account locked after entry of 3 incorrect passwords.
Enabled
Turn on to enable the user account.
icon to edit and complete it with the
User Account Details
Once the user account is created, click the
Parameter
Description
User Name
Displays name of the user.
EmailID
Displays the email address of the user.
Language
Displays the selected language of the user.
Phone
Displays the phone number of the user.
UserStatus
Displays the user status.
PasswordExpiryTime
Displays the expiration time of user password.
LockedUntil
Displays the user account locked status.
icon to view the following parameters.
Password Syntax
A password is composed of 8 to 16 characters. It is case-sensitive and the allowed
characters are:
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Digits from 0 to 9
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Letters from a to z
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Letters from A to Z
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Special characters as *, /, \, etc.
To be accepted by IFE interface, a password must contain one letter lowercase, one
letter uppercase, one digit and one non-alphanumeric character.
NOTE: Password with eleven stars (***********) is not allowed. While editing a user
password, the three previous passwords of this user cannot be used.
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Password Customization
Once created by the user with Security Administrator role, the credentials are shared
by Security Administrator with the new user.
WARNING
POTENTIAL COMPROMISE OF SYSTEM AVAILABILITY, INTEGRITY, AND
CONFIDENTIALITY
Change default passwords at first use to help prevent unauthorized access to
device settings, controls, and information.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
The new user will be prompted to change his password at first connection. The
password can be changed anytime by the user in the MyProfile window.
Password Reset
A user with Security Administrator role can reset another user password by pressing
the Reset button in theWebpage. The new password is generated automatically and
is shown in a pop-up message. Once generated, the new password is shared by
Security Administrator with the user. The user must customize his new password at
the first connection.
For more information about resetting the Security Administrator password, refer to
Reset Button, page 19.
In the case that all passwords with Security Administrator roles are lost or forgotten,
contact your local Schneider Electric Customer Care Center.
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Syslog Service
Description
The SYSLOG SERVICE page allows you to configure the settings for Syslog logging
services.
Navigation to the Syslog Service Page
To view the SYSLOG SERVICE page, click SECURITY > SYSLOG SERVICE.
Syslog Service Parameters
Parameter
Description
Value
Syslog Logging Service
Allows you to enable/disable the Syslog
service.
Default setting: Enabled
SysLog Server Address
Allows you to enter the server name or IP
address of the Syslog server.
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Connection Mode
Allows you to select the connection type.
Default setting: TCP
SysLog Server Port
Allows you to enter the Syslog server port
number.
Setting range:1–65534
Default setting: 801
Export Interval
Allows you to set the interval for the export
of Syslog logging file.
Setting range:10–3600 s
Default setting: 300 s
Export to CSV
Click the Export to CSV button to export the Syslog files.
Test Connection
Click the Test Connection button to verify the connection between the IFE interface
and Syslog server. During the test, the IFE interface will connect with the Syslog
server and the user will be notified if the connection is established or not.
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Circuit Breakers
Description
The CIRCUIT BREAKERS page allows:
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All users with any role to monitor data from the circuit breaker and its IO modules.
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The users with Installer or Engineer role to reset minimum and maximum values
of the energy and demand measurements.
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The users with Operator role to control the circuit breaker and the IO application.
Navigation to the Page
To display the CIRCUIT BREAKERS page, click MONITORING & CONTROL >
CIRCUIT BREAKERS.
Page Layout
A
Circuit breaker identification data
B
Circuit breaker health status
C
Circuit breaker monitoring and control panel
D
Monitoring of measurements or IO details
Circuit Breaker Identification Data
The circuit breaker is identified by the following data:
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Rated current
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Protection type
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Number of IO modules connected
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Additional data according to the range of the circuit breaker
Circuit Breaker Health Status
The health status of a circuit breaker is indicated by one of the following icons:
Icon
Description
OK
Medium severity detected alarm that requires non-urgent action.
High severity detected alarm that requires immediate corrective action.
Circuit Breaker Monitoring and Control Panel
A
Drawout circuit breaker position in the cradle
B
Circuit breaker main contact position
C
Circuit breaker control mode and control status
D
Circuit breaker control buttons
Drawout Circuit Breaker Position in the Cradle
The position of the drawout circuit breaker in the cradle is indicated by the following
icons:
Icon
Description
Drawout circuit breaker is in connected position.
Drawout circuit breaker is in test position.
Drawout circuit breaker is in disconnected position.
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Circuit Breaker Main Contact Position
The position of the main contacts of the circuit breaker is indicated by the following
icons:
Icon
Description
The main contacts of the circuit breaker are closed.
The main contacts of the circuit breaker are opened.
The main contacts of the circuit breaker are opened and the circuit breaker is tripped. The circuit breaker must
be reset.
The circuit breaker position is unknown in case of contact position discrepancy.
Circuit Breaker Control Mode
The circuit breaker control mode is:
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Remote control: The control buttons on the webpage can be used to control the
circuit breaker remotely.
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Local control: The control buttons are not available on the webpage. The circuit
breaker is controlled locally through manual operation.
The circuit breaker control status is indicated by the following icons:
Icon
Description
The closing spring is charged and the circuit breaker is ready to close.
The closing spring is charged and the circuit breaker is not ready to close.
The closing spring is discharged and the circuit breaker is not ready to close.
Close inhibition indicates that the circuit breaker closing is inhibited by the
EcoStruxure Power Commission software or IO modules or a remote controller
through the communication network.
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Circuit Breaker Control Buttons
When the circuit breaker is in remote control mode, the following control buttons are
available:
Control Button
Description
Click the button to open the circuit breaker.
Click the button to close the circuit breaker. The circuit breaker will close only if it is ready to close.
Click the button to reset ComPacT NSX or PowerPacT H-,J-, and L-frame circuit breakers.
For each control action:
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A safety message is displayed in a pop-up window.
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Read the message and click I understand to confirm the action.
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Click Cancel to cancel the action.
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The result of the action (successful or failed) is displayed in a pop-up window.
NOTE: Pop-up message confirms that the command is successfully sent or not. It
does not confirm whether the complete action is successful.
Measurements
The list of measurements displayed depends on the type of MicroLogic of the circuit
breaker.
Measurement are shown in the following order:
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Real time measurements with minimum and maximun values. For circuit breaker,
the time stamp of the minimum and maximum values is also displayed.
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Energy measurements
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Demand measurements
The minimum and maximum values of the energy and the demand measurements
can be reset by users with Installer or Engineer role.
IO Details Layout
If the circuit breaker is connected to 1 or 2 IO modules, the IO module details are
displayed.
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A
IO module identification data
B
Selected predefined application
C
Light and load control buttons, available if the selected predefined application is 4.
Selected Predefined Application
The number of the predefined application selected by the application rotary switch on
the IO module is indicated in below table:
Application Rotary Switch
Position
Predefined Application
Description
1
Cradle management
Monitors the position of the circuit breaker in the cradle.
2
Circuit breaker operation
Controls the opening and closing of the circuit breaker by
using the control mode (local or remote) and the inhibit close
order.
3
Cradle management and Energy
Reduction Maintenance Setting (ERMS)
Monitors the position of the circuit breaker in the cradle and
monitors the position of inputs and controls the ERMS mode
of the circuit breaker.
4
Light and load control
Controls the light and load application.
5–8
Spare
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9
Custom
Performs the user-defined applications with the IO module.
For more information, refer to the IO Module User Guide , page 7.
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Ethernet .............................................................................................................85
Modbus..............................................................................................................86
ULP ...................................................................................................................87
Redundancy-RSTP Bridge ..................................................................................88
Redundancy-RSTP Ports ....................................................................................89
SNMP ................................................................................................................90
IFE ....................................................................................................................91
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Status
Description
The STATUS page displays the IFE interface communication status.
While browsing the real-time data views, the IFE interface has an automated
communication check that runs every 15 minutes by default. This check verifies the
communication health of all the devices configured on the IFE interface, and attempts
to re-establish the communication to any device marked out of service within the
current browser session.
A manual communication check is possible by clicking Check Device Status.
The users with Installer or Engineer roles can consult the Diagnostics pages.
Navigation to the Status Page
To view the STATUS page, click DIAGNOSTICS > COMMUNICATION > STATUS.
Status Parameters
Data
Description
Device Name
Name of the device connected to IFE interface.
Device Type
Type of the device connected to IFE interface.
Connection
Displays the connection type:
Type 1: ULP
Communication
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Passed: IFE interface successfully connected to the devices.
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Failed: IFE interface not connected to the devices.
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Ethernet
Description
The ETHERNET page displays:
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Ethernet global statistics accumulated since the IFE interface was last activated.
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Ethernet port characteristics.
The users with Installer or Engineer roles can consult the Diagnostics pages.
Navigation to the Ethernet Page
To view the ETHERNET page, click DIAGNOSTICS > COMMUNICATION >
ETHERNET.
Ethernet Port Characteristics
Statistics
Description
ETH1 Link Speed
Operational speed (10 Mbps or 100 Mbps)
ETH1 Mode
Current mode of operation (full duplex or half duplex)
ETH2 Link Speed
Operational speed (10 Mbps or 100 Mbps)
ETH2 Mode
Current mode of operation (full duplex or half duplex)
Ethernet Global Statistics
Data
Description
Frames Received
Number of frames received
Frames Transmitted
Number of frames transmitted
Click Reset Counters to reset to 0 the statistics values.
If the IFE interface is switched off or if it is reset due to a configuration change or another event, the statistics values are reset to 0.
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Modbus
Description
The MODBUS page displays the global statistics of TCP/IP and TCP port
connections.
The users with Installer or Engineer roles can consult the Diagnostics pages.
Navigation to the Modbus Page
To view the MODBUS page, click DIAGNOSTICS > COMMUNICATION > MODBUS.
Global Statistics Parameters
Global Statistics
Parameter
Description
TCP/IP
Frames Received
Number of frames received
Frames Transmitted
Number of frames transmitted
Port Status
Status of the connected Ethernet port:
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Operational
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Idle
If MODBUS TCP/IP is disabled, the Port Status value is displayed as Idle.
Serial
Opened Connections
Number of active connections
Frames Received
Number of frames received
Frames Transmitted
Number of frames transmitted
Error Messages
Number of error messages
Click Reset Counters to reset the statistics values to 0.
If the IFE interface is switched off or if it is reset due to a configuration change or another event, the statistics values are reset to 0.
Modbus TCP Port Connections Parameters
Parameter
Description
Index
Serial number
Remote IP
Remote IP address
Remote Port
Remote port number
Local Port
Local port number
Transmitted Messages
Number of messages transmitted
Received Messages
Number of messages received
Sent Errors
Number of error messages sent
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ULP
Description
The ULP page displays the global statistics of ULP port connection.
The users with Installer or Engineer roles can consult the Diagnostics pages.
Navigation to the ULP Page
To view the ULP page, click DIAGNOSTICS > COMMUNICATION > ULP.
ULP Global Statistics
Statistic
Description
Frames Received
Number of CAN frames received successfully
Frames Transmitted
Number of CAN frames transmitted successfully
Max Receive Error
Maximum number of CAN received errors (REC)
Max Transmit Error
Maximum number of CAN transmitted errors (TEC)
Bus off
CAN Bus off count
Max Bus off
Maximum number of bus off counts
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Redundancy-RSTP Bridge
Description
The REDUNDANCY-RSTP BRIDGE page displays the diagnostic data of RSTP
bridge.
The users with Installer or Engineer roles can consult the Diagnostics pages.
Navigation to the Redundancy-RSTP Bridge Page
To view the REDUNDANCY-RSTP BRIDGE page, click DIAGNOSTICS >
COMMUNICATION > REDUNDANCY-RSTP BRIDGE.
General Parameters
Parameter
Description
Bridge Status
Status of RSTP feature. It is either enabled or disabled based on the configuration.
Bridge ID
Unique identifier of this Bridge. It is a combination of MAC address and Bridge Priority of this
device.
Root ID
Unique identifier of the Root Bridge. Combination of MAC address and Root Bridge Priority of the
Root device
Root Port
The port number that offers the lowest cost path from this bridge to the root bridge.
NOTE: For the Root Bridge, the value is always 0. For other devices, either 1 or 2.
Root Path Cost
The cost of the path to the root as seen from this bridge.
Total Topology Changes
Total number of topology changes detected by this bridge since the last reset counters.
Click Reset Counters to reset the statistics values to 0.
If the IFE interface is switched off or if it is reset due to a configuration change or another event, the statistics values are reset to 0.
Configured/Learned Parameters
Parameter
Description
Configured Bridge Hello Time
The value of Hello Time configured at this Bridge.
Learned Bridge Hello Time
The actual Hello Time used by the bridge currently. This is the configured Hello Time of the Root
Bridge.
Configured Bridge Forward Delay
The value of Forward Delay configured at this Bridge.
Learned Bridge Forward Delay
The actual Forward Delay used by the bridge currently. This is the configured Forward Delay of
the Root Bridge.
Configured Bridge Max Age Time
The value of Max Age Time configured at this Bridge.
Learned Bridge Max Age Time
The actual Max Age Time used by the bridge currently. This is the configured Max Age Time of the
Root Bridge.
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Redundancy-RSTP Ports
Description
The REDUNDANCY-RSTP PORTS page displays the diagnostic data of RSTP ports.
The users with Installer or Engineer roles can consult the Diagnostics pages.
Navigation to the Redundancy-RSTP Ports Page
To view the REDUNDANCY-RSTP PORTS page, click DIAGNOSTICS >
COMMUNICATION > REDUNDANCY-RSTP PORTS.
Port 1 and Port 2 Parameters
Parameter
Description
State
Current state of the port. By default, it is disabled, blocking, and forwarding.
NOTE: Other states like listening, learning are intermediate states which are not visible to the
user.
Role
Current role of the port in the ring. If the port state is disabled, the role can be either Root or
Designated. If the port state is disabled (Ethernet link is down) then the Role is Unknown.
Priority
The value of the port priority is contained in Port Identifier. All ports of a bridge will have a port
identifier with format: [1 byte port number][1 byte port priority].
NOTE: The below points are provided for understanding the usage of port priority (port
identifier).
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Port that carries packets to root bridge is root port. When there are multiple such ports
exist, one with least Port Identifier becomes the root port, and others will become
alternate ports.
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Port Number: Port number cannot be configured. In the device the port Number
(interface number) for port-1 is 1 and port number for port-2 is 2.
Port Path Cost
The contribution of this port to the path cost of paths towards the Root bridge which includes this
port.
Received RST (BPDUs)
Total number of RSTP BPDUs received by this port since the last reset counters.
Transmitted RST (BPDUs)
Total number of RSTP BPDUs transmitted by this port since the last reset counters.
Received TCN (BPDUs)
Total number of Topology Change BPDUs received by this port since the last reset counters.
Transmitted TCN (BPDUs)
Total number of Topology Change BPDUs transmitted by this port since the last reset counters.
Click Reset Counters to reset to 0 the statistics values.
If the IFE interface is switched off or if it is reset due to a configuration change or another event, the statistics values are reset to 0.
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SNMP
Description
The SNMP page displays the diagnostic data of SNMPV1 Agent parameters.
The users with Installer or Engineer roles can consult the Diagnostics pages.
Navigation to the SNMP Page
To view the SNMP page, click DIAGNOSTICS > COMMUNICATION > SNMP.
SNMPV1 Agent Parameters
Parameter
Description
State
Displays the state of SNMPV1 agent.
Received Packets
Number of packets received from the network.
Emitted Packets
Number of packets transmitted from the network.
Emitted Traps
Number of traps transmitted on detection of a change as asynchronous notification from agent to
manager.
Received Bad Community Names
Number of received bad community names.
Emitted Bad Community Names
Number of transmitted bad community names.
Click Reset Counters to reset the statistics values to 0.
If the IFE interface is switched off or if it is reset due to a configuration change or another event, the statistics values are reset to 0.
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IFE
Description
The IFE page displays the information of the IFE interface connected to the circuit
breakers.
The users with Installer or Engineer roles can consult the Diagnostics pages.
Navigation to the IFE Page
To view the IFE page, click DIAGNOSTICS > IFE.
IFE Interface Parameters
Parameter
Description
Serial Number
Device serial number
Commercial Reference Number
Device commercial reference number
Firmware Revision
Current firmware version
Unique Identifier
Combination of MAC address and the time
MAC Address
Unique MAC address
IPv4 Address
IPv4 address of the IFE interface
IPv6 Link-local Address
IPv6 address used to communicate on the local network
Date and Time Parameters
Parameter
Description
Time Source
Source of time with which the last synchronization has happened
Last Synchronization
Elapsed time from last synchronization
NTP Synchronization Status
Status of NTP Synchronization
NTP Stratum
Describes the accuracy of NTP time. It can take values from 1 to 15 or as NA (not applicable) if
NTP server is not reachable.
File System Parameters
Parameter
Description
Total Size
Total amount of the IFE interface disk size in kilobytes
Used Size
Total amount of used disk size on the IFE interface disk in kilobytes
Free Size
Total amount of unused disk space on the IFE interface disk in kilobytes
Bad Size
Amount of corrupted disk space on the IFE interface disk in kilobytes
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System Parameters
Parameter
Description
CPU
Status of the CPU:
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Nominal
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Degraded
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Out of service
Boot Memory
Status of the boot memory
EEPROM
Status of EEPROM
File System
Status of the file system
Ethernet PHY 1
Status of PHY 1 hardware
Ethernet PHY 2
Status of PHY 2 hardware
DDR
Status of the execution memory
IFE Operating Time Parameters
Statistic
Description
Operating Time
Operating time of IFE interface
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Devices
Description
The DEVICES page gives the information about the devices which are connected to
the ULP port of the IFE interface. The devices connected are:
•
BCM ULP module
•
MicroLogic control unit
•
BSCM module
•
FDM121 display
•
IO module IO 1
•
IO module IO 2
•
Universal Test Adopter (UTA) module
The users with Installer or Engineer roles can consult the Diagnostics pages.
Navigation to the Devices Page
To view the DEVICES page, click DIAGNOSTICS > DEVICES
Circuit Breakers Parameters
Parameter
Description
Rated Current
Displays the rated current of the circuit breaker.
Protection Type
Displays the protection type of the circuit breaker.
Number of IO Module
Displays the number of IO modules connected to the circuit breaker.
Remaining service life
indicator
Displays the remaining service life of circuit breaker.
Contact wear indicators
Displays the contact wear counters of the circuit breaker.
Indication contacts (OF)
operation since last reset
Displays the indication of contact operation of circuit breaker since last reset.
Fault trip indication
contact (SDE) operation
Displays the indication of fault trip contact operation of circuit breaker.
Cradle connected
Displays the status of cradle in connected position.
Cradle disconnected
Displays the status of cradle in disconnected position.
Cradle test
Displays the status of cradle in test position.
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Components Parameters
Device
Parameter
Description
Circuit Breaker
Product Range
Name of the device type.
Product Model
Device model number.
Serial Number
Device serial number.
Commercial Reference Number
Device commercial reference number.
Firmware Revision
Current firmware version.
Serial Number
Device serial number.
Commercial Reference Number
Device commercial reference number.
Firmware Revision
Current firmware version.
IO Module
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What’s in This Part
Webpage Access and User Interface.....................................................................96
Configuration & Settings Webpages .................................................................... 104
Monitoring Webpages ........................................................................................ 135
Control Webpages ............................................................................................. 142
Diagnostics Webpages....................................................................................... 147
Maintenance Webpages..................................................................................... 156
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Webpage Access and User Interface
What’s in This Chapter
Access to IFE Webpages.....................................................................................97
User Interface Layout ........................................................................................ 100
Webpage Description ........................................................................................ 102
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Access to IFE Webpages
Supported Web Browsers
Browser
Version with
Windows XP
Version with Windows
Vista
Version with Windows 7
and later
Internet Explorer
IE 9.0
IE 9.0
IE 10.0, IE11.0
Firefox
15.0
20.0
20.0, 45.0
Chrome (recommended)
24.0 and later
24.0 and later
24.0 and later
First Access to the IFE Webpages
The IFE name must be configured during the first access to the IFE webpages.
WARNING
POTENTIAL COMPROMISE OF SYSTEM AVAILABILITY, INTEGRITY, AND
CONFIDENTIALITY
Change default passwords at first use to help prevent unauthorized access to
device settings, controls, and information.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
The procedure to access the IFE webpages for the first time depends on the operating
system of the PC:
•
Windows Vista, Windows 7 and later, or newer operating systems
•
Windows XP or older operating systems
NOTE: After updating the IFE interface, delete the browser cache before
accessing the webpages for the first time.
First Access Through PC with Windows Vista or Windows 7 and
Later
Step
Action
1
Disconnect the PC from the local area network (LAN) and switch off Wi-Fi.
2
Connect an Ethernet cable from the PC to the IFE interface or to the Ethernet switch inside the panel.
3
Open Windows Explorer.
4
Click Network and the IFE-XXYYZZ appears in the list of devices.
NOTE: If the IFE name is not displayed in the list of devices in Windows Explorer, check if the PC and the IFE interface
are not connected through the router.
5
Double-click the selected IFE-XXYYZZ, the login page automatically opens in the browser.
6
Enter Administrator as the user name and Gateway as the default password, the home page automatically opens in the
browser.
NOTE: The user name and password are case-sensitive. The Administrator user name cannot be changed as it is a
default user name for administrator role.
7
To change the default password, select the Configuration & Settings menu, go to Other Configuration submenu, click User
Accounts and enter new password for Administrator user name.
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Step
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Action
8
To locate the IFE-XXYYZZ, select the Configuration & Settings menu, go to General submenu, click Device Physical
Location, and click Blink ON. The ULP LED of the selected IFE-XXYYZZ blinks for 15 seconds (test mode).
9
To name the IFE-XXYYZZ, select the Configuration & Settings menu, go to Device Configuration submenu, click Device
List and then click Name. Click IFE-XXYYZZ to set the IFE name.
10
Write the IFE name on a blank device name label and stick it on the existing one.
NOTE:
•
XXYYZZ is the last 3 bytes of the MAC address in hexadecimal format.
•
Check the firewall settings if DPWS is not enabled.
First Access Through PC with Windows XP
Step
Action
1
Disconnect the PC from the local area network (LAN) and switch off Wi-Fi.
2
Connect an Ethernet cable from the PC to the IFE interface.
3
Start the web browser, page 97.
NOTE: The PC automatically uses the default IP address 169.254.#.# (#=0–255) and the default subnet mask
255.255.0.0.
4
In the address text box, enter 169.254.YY.ZZ, where YY and ZZ are the last 2 bytes of the IFE interface MAC address (to
be found on the IFE interface side label), then press Enter: the home page opens in the browser.
Example: For an IFE with MAC address 00-B0-D0-86-BB-F7 or 0-176-208-134-187-247 in decimal, enter 169.254.187.247
in the address text box.
5
Press Enter, the login page automatically opens in the browser.
6
Enter Administrator as the user name and Gateway as the default password. The homepage automatically opens in the
browser.
NOTE: The user name and password are case-sensitive. The Administrator user name cannot be changed as it is
a default user name for administrator role.
7
To change the default password, select the Configuration & Settings menu, go to Other Configuration submenu, click
User Accounts and enter new password for Administrator user name.
8
To locate the -XXYYZZ, select the Configuration & Settings menu, go to General submenu, click Device Physical
Location, go to Device Physical Location, and click Blink ON. The ULP LED of the selected -XXYYZZ blinks for 15
seconds.
9
To name the -XXYYZZ, select the Configuration & Settings menu, go to Device Configuration submenu, click Device
List and then click Name to set the IFE name.
10
Write the IFE name on a blank device name label and stick it on the existing one.
NOTE: XXYYZZ is the last 3 bytes of the MAC address in hexadecimal format.
Access to Webpages
Follow the Network Discovery, Name Browsing, and IP Address Browsing process to
access the webpages.
The webpage access depends on the IT infrastructure.
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Network Discovery
Follow the below procedure to access the IFE webpages once the IFE name has been
configured.
Step
Action
1
Connect the IFE interface or the Ethernet switch inside the panel to the local area network (LAN).
2
Connect the PC to the local area network (LAN).
3
Open Windows Explorer.
4
Click Network, the IFE name is displayed in the list of devices.
NOTE: If the IFE name is not displayed in the list of devices in Windows Explorer, check if the PC and the IFE interface
are not connected through the router.
5
Double-click the IFE name which is written on the device label located on the front face of the selected IFE interface, the login
page automatically opens in the browser.
Name Browsing
DNS server is mandatory.
Step
Action
1
Connect the IFE interface or the Ethernet switch inside the panel to the local area network (LAN).
2
Connect the PC to the local area network (LAN).
3
Start the web browser, page 97.
4
In the address text box, enter the IFE name which is written on the device label located on the front face of the selected IFE
interface.
5
Press Enter, the login page automatically opens in the browser.
NOTE: If the IFE interface does not appear in the list of devices in Windows Explorer, check if the PC and the IFE
interface are not connected through the router.
NOTE: The IFE IP address is mapped to the device label in the DNS server.
IP Address Browsing
IP static configuration has to be set.
Step
Action
1
Connect the IFE interface or the Ethernet switch inside the panel to the local area network (LAN).
2
Connect the PC to the local area network (LAN).
3
Start the web browser, page 97.
4
In the address text box, enter IP address given by the IT administrator.
5
Press Enter, the login page automatically opens in the browser.
NOTE: If the login page in the web browser does not open or does not display correctly, check if Internet Explorer\Tools
\Compatibility View Settings\Display Intranet sites in Compatibility View in Internet Explorer is checked.
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User Interface Layout
Overview
This graphic shows the IFE user interface layout.
A
Banner
B
Menu tabs
C
Subtabs
D
Action button
E
Display zone
Banner
The banner displays the following information at the top of all the pages.
Generic Information
Description
Date and time
Current date and time in the format yyyy-mm-dd hh-mm-sec
User name checked
Name of the user who has logged in
Logout
To log out the IFE session, click Logout or close your browser. It is recommended to log out
from the IFE session when it is not in use.
Main Tabs
The main tabs are:
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•
Monitoring
•
Control
•
Diagnostics
•
Maintenance
•
Configuration & Settings
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Subtabs
The subtabs display the submenus under the selected main tab.
Action Buttons
The action buttons correspond to the selected tab and it varies.
The following table describes the interface buttons:
Button
Action
Apply
Applies the changes.
Cancel
Cancels the modifications to return to the last saved settings.
Display Zone
The display zone shows the selected subtab in detail with all the related fields.
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Webpage Description
Monitoring Webpage
Monitoring Submenu
Webpage
Description
Real Time Data
Single Device Pages, page
136
The single device pages provide basic readings of the circuit breaker
connected to the IFE interface.
Summary Device Pages, page
136
The summary device pages provide summaries of the circuit breaker
connected to the IFE interface.
Trending, page 136
The trending page view provides real-time graphic and table trending of
the circuit breaker connected to the IFE interface.
Single Device Pages, page
138
The single device pages provide the graphic and table trending logs of
user-selectable quantities for circuit breaker connected to the IFE
interface.
Summary Device Pages, page
141
The summary device pages provide graphic trending logs of the circuit
breaker connected to the IFE interface.
Device Logging
Control Webpage
Control Submenu
Webpage
Description
Device Control
Device Control, page 143
Resets and controls the circuit breaker connected to the IFE interface.
Set Device Time
Set Device Time, page 146
Displays the time of the circuit breaker connected to the IFE interface.
Diagnostics Webpage
Diagnostics Submenu
Webpage
Description
General
Statistics, page 148
Displays diagnostic data used to troubleshoot the network-related
problems.
Product Information
Device Identification, page
151
Device Health Check
IO Readings
•
Displays the IFE basic information to set the IFE device name and
helps in the device physical location.
•
Contains information about the product name, serial number, model
number, firmware version, unique identifier, MAC address, IPv4
address, and IPv6 link local address.
IMU Information, page 152
Displays the list of the IMU devices connected to the ULP port.
Read Device Registers, page
153
Displays register data connected locally to the IFE interface.
Communications Check, page
154
Verifies the communication health of the circuit breaker connected to the
IFE interface.
IO Readings, page 155
Displays the status of IO module connected to the circuit breaker.
Displays No IO modules connected if the circuit breaker is not
connected to a IO module.
NOTE: IO Module refers to the circuit breaker name defined in the
Device List page.
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Maintenance Webpage
Maintenance Submenu
Webpage
Description
Indicators
Indicators, page 156
Displays the maintenance counters of the circuit breaker connected to the
IFE interface.
Configuration & Settings Webpage
Configuration & Settings
Submenu
Webpage
General
Device Physical Location ,
page 105
Network Configuration
Email Configuration
Description
•
Locate the IFE-XXYYZZ interface.
•
Click Blink ON.
•
The ULP LED of the IFE-XXYYZZ interface blinks and is active for
15 s (Test mode: 1 s ON, 1 s OFF).
Date and Time, page 106
Sets the date and time manually or sets the IFE time automatically using
an SNTP source or configures the device connected to IFE interface to
synchronize their time with the IFE time automatically.
Time Zone, page 108
Configures the time zone for the region and sets the daylight saving time.
Ethernet Configuration (Dual
port), page 109
Configures the Ethernet.
IP Configuration, page 110
Configures the IP parameters.
Modbus TCP/IP Filtering,
page 112
Configures the maximum number of Modbus TCP/IP server connections.
Configures the IP addresses that can access the IFE interface through
Modbus TCP/IP.
Email Server Configuration,
page 113
Configures the alarms to be emailed.
Configures the SMTP parameter for mailing purpose.
Device Configuration
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Configures the alarms to be sent through email.
Device List, page 124
Configures the circuit breaker connected to the IFE interface.
Device Logging, page 125
Configures device logging parameters.
Device Log Export, page 127
Configures device logging export options.
SNMP Parameters, page 129
Configures Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).
Preferences, page 130
Configures IFE preferences.
Advanced Services Control,
page 131
Configures the advanced service control parameters.
User Account, page 132
Creates and edits groups and users. Configures email accounts.
Webpage Access, page 134
Configures webpage access rights for each user group.
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What’s in This Chapter
General............................................................................................................ 105
Date and Time .................................................................................................. 106
Time Zone ........................................................................................................ 108
Ethernet Configuration (Dual Port)...................................................................... 109
IP Configuration................................................................................................ 110
Modbus TCP/IP Filtering ................................................................................... 112
Email Server Configuration ................................................................................ 113
Email Events .................................................................................................... 115
Device List ....................................................................................................... 124
Device Logging................................................................................................. 125
Device Log Export............................................................................................. 127
SNMP Parameters ............................................................................................ 129
Preferences...................................................................................................... 130
Advanced Services Control................................................................................ 131
User Accounts .................................................................................................. 132
Webpage Access.............................................................................................. 134
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General
Device Physical Location
Step
Action
Result
1
From the IFE menu bar, click Configuration & Settings.
Opens the Configuration & Settings menu.
2
From the Configuration & Settings menu, in the General submenu,
click Device Physical Location.
Opens the Device Physical Location page.
3
In Device Physical Location webpage, click Blink ON.
Sets the IFE interface in test mode and the LED blinks
in ULP pattern with 1 second ON and 1 second OFF.
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Date and Time
Description
The Date and Time page allows you:
•
To manually set the date and time of the circuit breaker connected to the
IFE interface.
•
To automatically synchronize the date and time of the circuit breaker to the IFE
time
•
To periodically check the synchronization at specified interval of time
List of Parameters in Date and Time Configuration
Parameter
Description
Manual
Allows you to select the manual date and time setting of the circuit breaker
connected to the IFE interface. This option is disabled when Automatic
(SNTP) is selected.
Date
Allows you to set the present date manually in the format YYYY-MM-DD.
Time
Allows you to set the present time manually in the format hh:mm:ss.
Automatic (SNTP)
Allows you to enable the automatic time setting of the circuit breaker
connected to the IFE interface. This option is disabled when Manual is
selected.
Poll Interval
Allows you to enter the poll interval in hours that ranges from 1 through 63.
Obtain Servers Automatically via DHCP/BOOTP
Allows you to enable the check box that obtains the server address from DHCP
or BOOTP.
Primary SNTP/NTP server
Allows you to enter the primary SNTP server address.
Secondary SNTP/NTP server
Allows you to enter the secondary SNTP server address.
Apply
Allows you to automatically synchronize the time of the circuit breaker
connected to the IFE interface with the IFE time.
Cancel
Allows you to clear the synchronization of the circuit breaker connected to the
IFE interface.
Setting the IFE Date and Time Manually
Step
Action
Result
1
From the IFE menu bar, click Configuration & Settings.
Opens the Configuration & Settings menu.
2
In the General submenu, click Date and Time and then select
Manual from the Date/Time Settings.
The parameters for date and time settings is available.
3
Enter the date in the format YYYY-MM-DD.
Sets the date of the IFE interface manually.
4
Enter the time in the format hh:mm:ss.
Sets the time of the IFE interface manually.
5
Click Apply.
The date and time of IFE interface is set.
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Setting the IFE Date and Time Automatically with SNTP
Step
Action
Result
1
From the IFE menu bar, click Configuration & Settings.
Opens the Configuration & Settings menu.
2
In the General submenu, click Date and Time and then select
Automatic (SNTP) from the Date/Time Settings.
The circuit breaker connected to the IFE interface is selected
by default for date and time synchronization.
3
Enter the poll time in the Poll Interval box.
The entered time is updated.
4
Select to obtain SNTP server automatically via DHCP/BOOTP.
The SNTP server address is obtained automatically.
5
Enter the primary and secondary server address in the
Primary SNTP/NTP server and Secondary SNTP/NTP
server box.
The entered SNTP server address is updated.
8
Click Apply.
The date and time of the circuit breaker get synchronized with
the IFE time.
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Time Zone
Time Zone Configuration
Step
Action
1
From the IFE menu bar, click Configuration & Settings.
2
From the Configuration & Settings menu, in the General submenu, click Time Zone.
3
In Time Zone Configuration webpage, select the time zone of your region from the Time Zone list.
4
Select the Enable check box if you have to set the daylight saving time.
5
Select the beginning and end time of daylight saving from the Daylight Saving Time begins and the Daylight Saving Time
ends list.
6
Click Apply to save the settings.
NOTE: The settings of Time Zone is applicable only when Date and Time is in
Automatic mode.
Real Time Clock
The IFE interface has a real time clock (RTC) to maintain date and time during power
outage. The expected life time of the RTC is 15 years when operated at intermediate
mode (in this mode, the battery is operated continuously for 4 days with an interval of
45 times over a period of 10 years).
The IFE interface must maintain a crystal tolerance of ±20 ppm (typical)/±150 ppm
(maximum) during the period of 15 years at -25 °C (-13 °F) to 85 °C (185 °F). The time
drift by RTC chip varies from -16 s/day to +2 s/day. During power recycle, the RTC is
able to maintain the date and time settings.
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Ethernet Configuration (Dual Port)
Ethernet
Parameter
Description
Settings
MAC address
A unique media access control address of an IFE interface. The MAC
address is written on the label which is placed on the side of the IFE
interface.
–
Frame format
Used to select the format for data sent over an Ethernet connection.
NOTE: Whenever the frame format settings are changed, restart
the device to implement the changes.
•
Ethernet II
•
802.3
•
Auto (Default setting)
Ethernet Port Control
Parameter
Description
Settings
Speed and mode for Port #1
Used to define the physical Ethernet connection speed and
transmission mode for Ethernet port 1.
Auto-negotiation (Default
setting)
Speed and mode for Port #2
Used to define the physical Ethernet connection speed and
transmission for Ethernet port 2.
Auto-negotiation (Default
setting)
Broadcast Storm Protection
Parameter
Description
Settings
Level
Defines the storm protection level. The level value corresponds to a
committed information rate (CIR) value, that is, the amount of traffic
entering the switch port from which the storm protection drops
entering the broadcast traffic.
Broadcast storm protection
level:
NOTE: If the level value is changed, you are prompted to
restart the device to implement changes.
•
1: Highest (1000)
•
2: High (2000)
•
3: Medium-High (3000)
•
4: Medium-Low (4000),
Default setting
•
5: Low (5000)
•
6: Lowest (6000)
NOTE: The level value
corresponds to the
committed information rate.
Committed information rate
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IP Configuration
IPv4 Configuration
Parameter
Description
Obtain an IP address automatically
using
Used to select the mode for assigning the IPv4 parameters
set. Obtain IPv4 parameters automatically using BOOTP or
DHCP.
Settings
•
DHCP (Default setting)
•
BOOTP
NOTE: While using a legacy DHCP server, the device
name must be limited to 16 characters.
Manual IP address
Used to enter the static IP address of an IFE interface.
–
Manual Subnet mask
Used to enter the Ethernet IP subnet mask address of your
network.
–
Manual Default gateway
Used to enter the gateway (router) IP address used for wide
area network (WAN) communication.
–
Parameter
Description
Settings
Enable IPv6
Defines the IPv6 configuration.
Enabled (Default setting)
IPv6 Configuration
NOTE: The setting is
unavailable to edit.
Link local address
Used to open the IFE webpage for future use.
–
NOTE: In the URL address box, use [ ] brackets to
enter the link local address.
DNS
Parameter
Description
Setting
Obtain DNS address automatically
Defines the dynamic behavior of the DNS server address
configuration. Used to obtain the IP address from the DNS
server automatically.
Disabled when manual setting is
selected.
NOTE: Domain name system (DNS) is the naming
system for computers and devices connected to a
local area network (LAN) or the Internet.
Manual Primary server address
Defines the IPv4 address of the primary DNS server.
–
Manual Secondary server address
Defines the IPv4 address of the secondary DNS server.
Used to perform a DNS resolution when the resolution fails
with the primary DNS server.
–
Duplicate IP Address Detection
While connected to your network, the IFE interface publishes its IP address. To avoid
any duplicate IP address conflicts, the IFE interface uses the address resolution
protocol (ARP) to see if any other device on your network is using the same IP
address. The following table explains how the IFE interface handles a duplicate IP
address when it is detected.
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Duplicate IP Address Scenario
Scenario
Duplicate IP Detected
Network Status LED
Ethernet link detected
Reverts to the default IP address, subnet mask, and gateway
address. ARP requests are sent every 15 seconds until the IP
address is available. IFE interface uses the IP address when it is
available,
Steady red
Manual address change
Reverts to the default IP address, subnet mask, and gateway
address. The ARP requests are sent every 15 seconds until the IP
address is available. The IFE interface uses the IP address when it is
available.
Steady red
Receives an ARP request
If more than one ARP is detected within 10 seconds, initiate the
process to reacquire the IP.
OFF
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Modbus TCP/IP Filtering
Description
The Modbus TCP/IP Filtering page allows you to define the level of access for
Modbus TCP/IP clients connected to IFE interface.
Block Connections
You can select the maximum number of IP connections allowed, 8 or 16. Each
connection can have 12 concurrent transactions simultaneously.
NOTE: When the maximum number of IP connections is changed, a message
pops-up on the screen Max Connection is changed. Restart the Device to
Take Effect and prompts to restart the device.
If IP Filtering is enabled, you must configure the IP address of the PC in the list of
allowed addresses with read/write permission for using the EcoStruxure Power
Commission software.
IP Filtering
Parameter
Description
Enable IP Filtering
Activates the IP address filtering. The list of IP
addresses available in the table is granted access.
IP Address
Filters the required IP address entered by you.
Access level
Defines the access level for the corresponding IP
address.
Allow Anonymous IP
112
Allows all Modbus TCP/IP clients to have the readonly access.
Setting
•
Enabled
•
Disabled (No filtering)
10 addresses (Maximum allowed IP addresses)
•
Read: The following Modbus TCP/IP function
codes are allowed:
◦
1 (0x01)
◦
2 (0x02)
◦
3 (0x03)
◦
4 (0x04)
◦
7 (0x07)
◦
8 (0x08)
◦
11 (0x0B)
◦
12 (0x0C)
◦
17 (0x11)
◦
20 (0x14)
◦
24 (0x18)
◦
43 (0x2B), with subfunction codes 14
(0x0E), 15 (0x0F), and 16 (0x10).
◦
100 (0x64)
•
None: The access to the IP address is
blocked.
•
Read/Write: Full access is provided.
•
Enabled
•
Disabled (Default setting)
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Email Server Configuration
Introduction
The built-in email alarm notifications are sent through emails when the connected
devices trigger an alarm. The alarms are notifications that occur in response to a
status change or when a value exceeds a threshold value. The administrator selects
and configures several alarm notifications. The recipient list is configurable to notify
the several users of the same alarm.
The email alarm notifications require unfiltered Internet access. This level of service is
suited for small or mid-sized non-critical buildings. The device sends the emails when
Internet access is available through a dedicated connection or through a local area
network (LAN) with Internet access.
NOTE: The email alarm notifications should not be used if email services are
managed internally by a customer IT domain administrator.
Email Service
Parameter
Description
Setting
My Own SMTP Server
Sets My Own SMTP Server profile as the email service in IFE
interface by default.
–
If you have configured SMTP profile for the previous version of the
IFE interface, on updating to a newer version, you can still retrieve
the saved configuration under My Own SMTP Server profile.
Email SMTP Server Settings
Parameter
Description
Setting
SMTP server address
Allows you to enter an email server address (SMTP server).
–
NOTE: Contact your network administrator to know the IP
address or the name of the simple mail transfer protocol
(SMTP) server.
SMTP server port
Authentication
Allows you to enter the SMTP server port.
If the SMTP server requires login information, enable the
Authentication Enable check box.
SMTP account login
Allows you to enter the SMTP account login name.
–
SMTP account password
Allows you to enter the SMTP account password.
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•
465: TLS
•
587: STARTTLS
•
Enabled
•
Disabled (Default setting)
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Email Sender Address
Parameter
Description
Setting
From address
In the From Address box, enter the email address of the
administrator.
–
The From address can be used in different ways:
•
Use the From address as a context provider: If you do not want to receive any
reply, and only notify the recipient, use From address as contextual information.
The From address syntax includes “no-reply”, “device name”, “site name”, @a
validated domain .com, .net, and so on.
•
Create an alias in the From address to allow replies to be sent to the person in
charge of an alarm: An email can be sent to multiple people who are responsible
for a specific appliance. This feature allows the receivers to reply to follow up with
the responsible person.
For example, the facility manager would receive an email from an alarm. Facility
manager can send a reply email to the maintenance contractor to follow up on the
action.
Email Language
Parameter
Description
Language
Allows you to select the language of the email body.
Setting
•
English (Default setting)
•
French
Email Test
Parameter
Description
Setting
Recipient address for test
Allows you to enter the email address of the recipient to test the
delivery of the email.
–
The Email Test feature enables connection from the device to the service. If the test
emails are not received, the Internet connection needs to enable the email ports (port
25 or 465 or 587). The required setting of the port is done in accordance between the
device that sends the email and the site router settings.
NOTE: The email with custom text that uses characters such as à, è, ù, é, â, ê, î,
ô, û, ë, ï, ü, ÿ, and ç are not shown correctly in the email. However, the generic
text message is shown correctly.
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Email Events
Description
The Email Events page allows the selection of the events to notify through email
among a list of events.
CAUTION
EQUIPMENT INCOMPATIBILITY OR INOPERABLE EQUIPMENT
Do not rely solely on the notification of the emails for maintaining your equipment.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage.
The list of event displayed contains only applicable events related to the devices
connected to the ULP port of the IFE interface.
NOTE: If an email SMTP server is not located on the same Ethernet network
segment as IFE interface, ensure that the IFE default gateway is properly
configured.
Parameter
Description
Events
List of events for configuration
Add Event
A check box to enable to add events.
Email Recipients
Allows you to choose from a list of email recipients.
NOTE: You can choose a maximum of 12 recipients.
Custom Text
Allows you to enter a custom text.
NOTE: You can enter a maximum of 63 characters in the custom text area.
Events from PowerPacT H-, J-, and L-Frame, PowerPact P- and Rframe, or MasterPact NT/NW Circuit Breakers
Device connected
Events
PowerPacT H-, J-, and L-frame circuit breaker
with BSCM module
Circuit breaker indicator status (OF)
Fault trip indicator status (SDE)
Trip indicator status (SD)
PowerPacT H-, J-, and L-frame circuit breaker
with MicroLogic trip unit or PowerPact P- and Rframe, or MasterPact NT/NW circuit breaker with
BCM ULP module
Long time protection Ir pre-alarm (PAL Ir)
Long time protection Ir
Short time protection Isd
Instantaneous protection Ii
Ground fault protection Ig
Earth leakage (Vigi) protection IΔn
Integrated Instantaneous protection
STOP (trip unit internal failure)
Instantaneous with earth leakage protection
Reflex tripping protection
Unbalance motor protection
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Device connected
Events
PowerPacT H-, J-, and L-frame circuit breaker
with MicroLogic trip unit or PowerPact P- and Rframe, or MasterPact NT/NW circuit breaker with
BCM ULP module
Jam motor protection
Underload motor protection
Long start motor protection
PowerPact P- and R-frame, or MasterPact NT/
NW circuit breaker with BCM ULP module
Iunbal protection
I1 Max protection
I2 Max protection
I3 Max protection
IN Max protection
Vmin protection
Vmax protection
Vunbal protection
Reverse power protection
Fmin protection
Fmax protection
Phase rotation
Ready to close status (PF)
Wear on contacts
Arc reduction state engaged
PowerPacT H-, J-, and L-frame circuit breaker
with MicroLogic trip unit
User-defined alarm 1
User-defined alarm 2
User-defined alarm 3
User-defined alarm 4
User-defined alarm 5
User-defined alarm 6
User-defined alarm 7
User-defined alarm 8
User-defined alarm 9
User-defined alarm 10
Events from MasterPact MTZ Circuit Breaker
NOTE: The email notifications are not delivered for new protection events.
Device connected
Events
MasterPact MTZ circuit breaker with MicroLogic
control units
Ir trip
Isd trip
Ii trip
Ig trip
IΔn trip
Ultimate self-protection trip (SELLIM)
Self diagnostic trip
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Events
Ultimate self-protection trip (DIN/DINF)
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Device connected
Events
MasterPact MTZ circuit breaker with MicroLogic
control units
IΔn/Ig test trip
Undervoltage on 1 phase trip
Overvoltage on 1 phase trip
Reverse power trip
Undervoltage on all 3 phases trip
Overvoltage on all 3 phases trip
Optional protection trip
Ultimate self-protection (DIN/DINF) operate
Ultimate self-protection (SELLIM) operate
Thermal memory reset order
Ir prealarm (I > 90% Ir)
Ir start (I > 105% Ir)
Ir operate
Isd start
Isd operate
Ii operate
Ig alarm
Ig start
Ig operate
IΔn alarm
IΔn start
IΔn operate
Undervoltage on 1 phase start
Undervoltage on 1 phase operate
Undervoltage on all 3 phases start
Undervoltage on all 3 phases operate
Overvoltage on 1 phase start
Overvoltage on 1 phase operate
Overvoltage on all 3 phases start
Overvoltage on all 3 phases operate
Reverse Power start
Reverse Power operate
ERMS engaged
ERMS engaged for more than 24 hours
ESM (ERMS switch module) self diagnostic alarm
Communication lost with ESM (ERMS switch module)
Request to unlock ERMS by Smartphone
B curve active
Optional protections inhibited by IO
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Device connected
Events
MasterPact MTZ circuit breaker with MicroLogic
control units
Circuit breaker opened
Circuit breaker closed
Closing order sent to XF
Opening order sent to MX
Circuit Breaker did not open or close
Manual mode enabled
Local mode enabled
Allow control by Digital input is disabled (by EcoStruxure Power Commission)
Closing inhibited by communication
Closing inhibited through IO module
Alarm reset
M2C output 1 is forced
M2C output 2 is forced
Protection settings change by display enabled
Remote protection settings change enabled
Protection settings changed by display
Protection settings changed by Bluetooth/USB/IFE
Communication lost with IO#1 module
Communication lost with IO#2 module
Config error IO/CU: dual settings or inhibit cls.
Config error IO/CU: optional protection Inhibit
Config. error IO and CU - Local/Remote mode
Date and time set
Digital module license installed
Digital module license uninstalled
Digital module license expired
Digital module license rejected
Digital module License expires in 30 days
Digital module License expires in 20 days
Digital module License expires in 10 days
Connection on USB port
Injection test in progress
Ig function inhibited for test propose
Test aborted by user
Ig protection in OFF mode
Control unit self test major malfunction 1
Control unit self test major malfunction 2
Control unit self test major malfunction 3
Control unit self test major malfunction 4
Control unit self test major malfunction 5
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Device connected
Events
MasterPact MTZ circuit breaker with MicroLogic
control units
Internal current sensor disconnected
External neutral current sensor disconnected
Internal Current Power Supply (CPS) sensors malfunction
Partial internal Current Power Supply (CPS) sensors malfunction
Partial internal Current Power Supply (CPS) sensors major malfunction
Earth leakage (Vigi) sensor disconnected
Protection settings reset to factory values
Protection settings no accessible # 1
Protection settings no accessible # 2
Protection settings no accessible # 3
Protection settings no accessible # 4
Protection settings no accessible # 5
Control unit self test # 1
Control unit self test # 2
Control unit self test # 3
Control unit self test # 4
Control unit self test # 5
Invalid measurement and optional protection # 1
Invalid measurement and optional protection # 2
Invalid measurement and optional protection # 3
Invalid optional protection self test
NFC invalid communication #1
NFC invalid communication #2
NFC invalid communication #3
Invalid display screen or wireless communication # 1
Invalid display screen or wireless communication # 2
Invalid display screen or wireless communication # 3
Loss of IEEE 802.15.4 communication
Loss of Bluetooth communication
Replace Battery
No battery detected
Control Unit alarm reset
Self diagnostic test - firmware
Unable to read sensor plug
Invalid Control Unit factory config #1
Invalid Control Unit factory config #2
Critical hardware modules discrepancy
Critical firmware modules discrepancy
Non-critical hardware modules discrepancy
Non-critical firmware modules discrepancy
Firmware discrepancy within control unit
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Device connected
Events
MasterPact MTZ circuit breaker with MicroLogic
control units
IΔn/Ig test - no trip
IΔn/Ig test button pressed
ZSI test in progress
Contact wear is above 60% Check contacts
Contact wear is above 95% Plan for replacement
Contacts 100% worn out CB needs to be replaced
Less than 20% CB operation remaining
CB has reached the max number of operations
Invalid self test - MX1 shunt trip
MX1 shunt trip not detected
MCH charging operations above threshold
MCH has reached the max number of operations
Invalid self test - XF shunt close
XF shunt close not detected
Invalid self test - MN undervoltage release
MN undervoltage release not detected
Voltage loss on MN undervoltage release
Communication loss on MN undervoltage release
Invalid self test - MX2 shunt trip
MX2 shunt trip not detected
Presence of external 24V power supply
Loss of voltage and CB is closed
Events in history log have been erased
Reset Min/Max currents
Reset Min/Max voltages
Reset Min/Max power
Reset Min/Max frequency
Reset Min/Max harmonics
Reset Min/Max power factor
Reset current demand
Reset power demand
Reset energy counters
Bluetooth communication enabled
ZigBee communication enabled
Connection on Bluetooth port
Underfrequency trip
Overfrequency trip
Underfrequency start
Overfrequency start
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Device connected
Events
MasterPact MTZ circuit breaker with MicroLogic
control units
Underfrequency operate
Overfrequency operate
Diagnostic data (link)
Last event sequence number
voltage release operation counter is above alarm threshold
voltage release has reached the max number of operations
MX2 voltage release operation counter above alarm threshold
MX2 voltage release reached the max number of operations
MX1 voltage release operation counter above alarm threshold
MX1 voltage release reached the max number of operations
MN undervoltage release operation counter is above alarm threshold
MN undervoltage voltage release reached the max number of operations
Schedule basic maintenance within one month
Schedule standard maintenance within one month
Schedule manufacturer maintenance within three months
After 6 months of commissioning protection settings still set to factory default
Remaining service life of MicroLogic below alarm threshold
MicroLogic control unit reached the max service life
Last modification of protection settings not completely applied
Frequency based protection
IDMTL long time trip
IDMTL long time start
IDMTL long time operate
Forward directional overcurrent trip
Reverse directional overcurrent trip
Forward directional overcurrent start
Reverse directional overcurrent start
Forward directional overcurrent operate
Reverse directional overcurrent operate
Forward directional overcurrent received
Reverse directional overcurrent received
Forward directional overcurrent sent
Reverse directional overcurrent sent
Events from IO Modules
Device connected
Events
IO module 1
Threshold overrun on Input 1 counter (#1)
Threshold overrun on Input 2 counter (#1)
Threshold overrun on Input 3 counter (#1)
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Events
Threshold overrun on Input 4 counter (#1)
Device connected
Events
IO module 1
Threshold overrun on Input 5 counter (#1)
Threshold overrun on Input 6 counter (#1)
Switchboard Temperature threshold 1(#1)
Switchboard Temperature threshold 2 (#1)
Switchboard Temperature threshold 3 (#1)
IO module Failure (STOP mode) (#1)
IO module Failure (ERROR mode) (#1)
IO module 2
Threshold overrun on Input 1 counter (#2)
Threshold overrun on Input 2 counter (#2)
Threshold overrun on Input 3 counter (#2)
Threshold overrun on Input 4 counter (#2)
Threshold overrun on Input 5 counter (#2)
Threshold overrun on Input 6 counter (#2)
Switchboard Temperature threshold 1(#2)
Switchboard Temperature threshold 2 (#2)
Switchboard Temperature threshold 3 (#2)
IO module Failure (STOP mode) (#2)
IO module Failure (ERROR mode) (#2)
IO module 1 or IO module 2
Disconnection of the circuit breaker from cradle is overdue
Cradle has reached its maximum number of operations
Remaining service life of cradle is below alarm threshold
New MicroLogic unit has been detected
Discrepancy with ERMS orders
Earth leakage trip signal contact (SDV) alarm
Control voltage presence contact alarm
Surge protection status contact alarm
Surge failure contact alarm
Switch disconnector ON/OFF indication alarm contact (OF)
Fuse blown indication contact alarm
Emergency Stop alarm
Switchboard temperature contact alarm
Switchboard ventilation contact alarm
Switchboard door contact alarm
Cradle connected position status (CE)
Cradle disconnected position status (CD)
Cradle test position status (CT)
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Device List
Description
The circuit breaker connected to the IFE interface is automatically detected. Click the
Apply button to add it in the device list.
Device List Parameters
Parameters
Description
Settings
IP Address
Displays the device IP address.
–
Gateway
Indicates if the IP device is a gateway or not.
–
NOTE: Gateway check box is always cleared for IFE
interface.
Address
Displays the Modbus address of the IFE interface.
255 (fixed)
NOTE: The Address text box is unavailable to edit.
Name
Allows you to enter the name for IFE interface.
NOTE:
•
•
Connection
The LV breaker system is uniquely identified over
possible interfaces such as HMI, Modbus/TCP,
DPWS, and DHCP.
The IFE device name can have up to 64
ASCII characters with the following
characters: A–Z, a–z, 0–9, and -. However, cannot be used at the end of the name.
NOTE:
IFE device name is common across all
interfaces. Thus, changing IFE device name by
any means has direct impact on all the
connected interfaces.
Displays the connection type (ULP).
•
IFE device name should be unique
within the device list.
•
Duplicate device names for
different devices may have impact
on web applications, logging, and
export features.
ULP port
NOTE: The Connection field is unavailable to edit.
Device Type
Automatically displays the device type discovered on the
ULP system.
–
NOTE: The Device Type field is auto-detected and it is
unavailable to edit.
Device Name
Allows you to enter the name for the discovered devices.
The device name can have up to:
•
59 ASCII characters for MasterPact
MTZ devices
•
64 ASCII characters for other devices
The allowed characters are: A–Z, a–z, 0–9,
and -. However, - cannot be used at the end
of the name.
Slave ID
Displays the local address of the device connected to the
IFE interface.
255 (Fixed)
Apply
Allows you to save device list configuration.
–
Delete
This operation is not available.
–
Operation
Allows you to edit the device name.
–
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Device Logging
Description
Logging is available for the device which is in the device list, page 124. The logging
contents can be customized using topics. Topics are the parameters for a device that
can be selected to have the desired logging content. The number of log entries per
device is fixed irrespective to the number of topics selected for that device. The IFE
interface can log data received at predefined intervals (5, 10, 15, 20, 30, and 60
minutes). Below is an explanation of how the IFE interface logs data and how to set up
logging for a device.
NOTE: Device information in the Device List page cannot be edited if the device
logging for that device is selected.
Logging Interval
Many devices in a power monitoring system do not have the ability to record data in
non-volatile memory. The IFE interface provides this data logging at predefined
intervals.
The features of IFE data logging are:
•
The maximum number of log entries per device is fixed to 12960.
•
Select maximum of 24 topics per device for data logging (topics are kVAh, kWh,
kVARh, and so on).
•
Select the device and list of topics for data logging.
NOTE: Number of days of logging is impacted only by the log interval selected. It
is independent of number of devices selected, number of topics selected per
device, and type of topic selected.
Logging interval is a predefined time for the IFE interface to log data received from the
device. The logging capacity of a device is calculated by multiplying the log capacity
factor with the logging interval set in the Device Logging page.
Logging capacity (in days) = Log capacity factor * logging interval (in minutes)
The log capacity factor is 9 and is calculated as follows:
Log capacity factor = 12960/1440
Where:
•
12960 is the maximum number of log entries per device
•
1440 is the number of minutes per day
Example: If the Logging Interval in the Device Logging page is set to 5 minutes,
then the logging capacity is 45 days.
The table shows the logging capacity for the corresponding logging interval:
Logging Interval (Minutes)
Logging Capacity (Days)
5
45
10
90
15
135
20
180
30
270
60
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Interval Logging Setting Procedure
The circuit breaker in the device list can be enabled for logging. Topics to log are
unique to each device. To view interval data logs, refer to Device Logging, page 138 in
Monitoring menu.
NOTE: To enable the Device Logging feature, there must be a time value
selected from the Logging Interval drop-down list. It is recommended to disable
the logging feature for the specific device being configured. To do this, clear the
logging check box for the device being selected.
Logging
To disable logging, select the logging interval as Disabled, ensure that the logging
selections are cleared, then click Apply.
Purge Data
To delete a data log, check Purge Data for the topics to be deleted.
Customize
To customize logging content, enable device logging. Click Topics under Customize
for the device to be configured.
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Device Log Export
Description
The Device Log Export page is used to export the device logs automatically by IFE
interface. The device log export allows you to configure IFE interface to export device
logs periodically. You can choose to export the device log files through email or FTPS.
NOTE: If the email and the FTPS servers are not located on the same Ethernet
network segment as the IFE interface, ensure that the IFE default gateway is
properly configured.
Transport
Parameter
Description
Setting
Disabled
When Disabled is selected, either email or FTPS is enabled.
–
Email
Allows you to export the log files through email.
–
FTPS
Allows you to export the log files through FTPS.
–
Incremental
Selects only the new interval data logged since the last successful data export.
–
NOTE:
Manual Export
•
If the transport is scheduled for Hourly or Logging Interval, the incremental check box
is selected automatically and is unavailable to be cleared.
•
If the Incremental check box is not selected, the complete log file is sent through an
email as an attachment on each scheduled interval.
–
Allows you to export the accumulated log files manually.
Schedule
Parameter
Description
Logging Interval
Selects how often the data logs are sent.
Setting
•
Hourly
•
Daily
•
Weekly
•
Monthly
•
Logging Interval
To Addresses
Parameter
Description
Setting
To Addresses
Lists the email recipients configured in the IFE user accounts.
–
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FTPS Parameters
Parameter
Description
Setting
Server IP Addresses
Allows you to enter the FTPS server IP address.
–
Server TCP Port
Allows you to enter the server port number.
–
Directory
Allows you to select the directory where you want the files to be
saved.
–
Username
Allows you to enter the FTPS username.
–
Password
Allows you to enter the FTPS password.
–
Passive
Allows you to select the mode of FTPS operation.
–
NOTE: Passive mode is enabled by default.
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SNMP Parameters
Manage IP Parameters
The IFE interface supports SNMP, allowing a network administrator to access
remotely an IFE interface with an SNMP manager and to view the networking status
and diagnostics of the IFE interface in the MIB-II format.
Parameter
Description
Setting
Manager One
Allows you to configure the IP address of SNMP manager one.
–
Manager Two
Allows you to configure the IP address of SNMP manager two.
–
System Contact
Allows you to configure the SNMP system contact name.
–
System Name
Allows you to configure the system name.
–
System Location
Allows you to configure the SNMP system location.
–
Read-only Community Name
Allows you to configure the SNMP read-only community name.
Public (Default setting)
Read-write Community Name
Allows you to configure the SNMP read-write community name.
Private(Default setting)
Trap
Allows you to trap the community name.
Alert(Default setting)
NOTE: Only SNMP version 1 is supported.
Enabled Traps
Parameter
Description
Setting
Coldstart Trap
Generates a trap when the IFE interface is powered ON.
–
Warmstart Trap
Not supported
–
Linkdown Trap
Generates a trap when an Ethernet port communication link is
disconnected.
–
Linkup Trap
Generates a trap when an Ethernet port communication link is
reconnected.
–
Authentication Failure Trap
Generates a trap when an SNMP manager is accessing the IFE
interface with incorrect authentication.
–
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Preferences
General Settings
Parameter
Description
Setting
Equipment Name
Displays the equipment name. This name is used in the web
interface banner.
–
NOTE: The device name can be updated in the Name field
of the Device Configuration submenu in the
Configuration & Settings menu.
Real Time Sample Rate
Controls how often data is read from the device in the standard
monitoring table views.
5–60 s
Default setting: 5 s
Communications Check Rate
130
Controls how often a communications check is performed while
the browser is displaying real-time readings in the standard
monitoring table views. This function attempts to bring any outof-service devices back into service automatically.
5–30 min
Default setting: 15 min
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Advanced Services Control
Industrial Protocol
Parameter
Description
Enable Modbus/TCP
Allows you to enable/disable the Modbus/TCP service.
Setting
•
Enabled (Default setting)
•
Disabled
Services Configuration
Parameter
Description
Enable FTPS server
Allows you to enable/disable the FTPS service.
Enable device announcement
Enable SNMP
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Allows you to enable/disable the SNMP service.
Setting
•
Enabled (default setting)
•
Disabled
•
Enabled (default setting)
•
Disabled
•
Enabled
•
Disabled (default setting)
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User Accounts
Description
The IFE users are assigned with user names and passwords. Each user belongs to a
group, and each group has access rights to the IFE webpages assigned by the IFE
administrator.
NOTE: There are two pre-defined user accounts:
•
Administrator (the default password is Gateway)
•
Guest (the default password is Guest)
Groups
To change the group name, enter a new name in one of the group text boxes.
NOTE: The administrator group name cannot be changed.
Password
WARNING
POTENTIAL COMPROMISE OF SYSTEM AVAILABILITY, INTEGRITY, AND
CONFIDENTIALITY
Change default passwords at first use to help prevent unauthorized access to
device settings, controls, and information.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
A password can be changed on the User Accounts webpage. A password is
composed of 0 to 11 characters. It is case-sensitive and the allowed characters are:
•
Digits from 0 to 9
•
Letters from a to z
•
Letters from A to Z
•
Special characters as *, /, \, etc
NOTE: Password with eleven stars (***********) is not allowed.
Users
Parameter
Description
Name
Enter a name (1 to 15 characters) for a new user.
NOTE: User names are case-sensitive and can contain only alphanumeric characters.
Password
Enter a password (0 to 11 characters) for a new user.
Email ID
Enter a valid email address for the selected name.
Group
Select a group for the new user.
Language
Select the language for the new user and click the Apply button to view the webpages in the selected language.
NOTE: When the administrator switches to a different language for the user account, make sure to refresh
the webpage manually to display the webpages in a selected language.
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NOTE: The maximum number of user-defined accounts are 11.
IFE Accounts and Passwords
Accounts
Password
Administrator
Gateway
Guest
Guest
User-defined accounts (11 accounts possible)
User-defined passwords
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You can change your password.
•
If you forget the password, contact your local Schneider Electric service team
for retrieving the password.
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Webpage Access
Group Access
Group
Access
Administrator
Full access to all webpages.
NOTE: It is recommended to change the default administrator password for system
security the first time you log in.
Guest
Read-only access to selected webpages.
User-defined groups
Choosing from the following options, the administrator assigns webpage access for each
group. The access levels are as follows:
•
None: A group has no access to selected webpage
•
Read-Only: The password grants a group read-only access to the selected webpage
•
Full: A group has the same access as the administrator group to the selected webpage
NOTE:
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•
The Webpage Access is available for the Administrator only.
•
The Administrator has full access to all the webpages.
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What’s in This Chapter
Real Time Data................................................................................................. 136
Device Logging................................................................................................. 138
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Real Time Data
Description
The Real Time Data page provides:
•
The basic readings of the circuit breaker connected to the IFE interface in real
time on Single Device Pages.
•
The circuit breaker summaries on Summary Device Pages.
•
The real-time trending for the circuit breaker for the selected topics on Trending.
NOTE: Refresh the webpage by action on the function key F5 when out of service
is displayed.
Single Device Pages
This page displays the basic readings of the circuit breaker connected to the IFE
interface on real-time basis. This includes circuit breaker health status with green,
orange, and red indication, cradle status, load current, power, power factor, voltage,
and so on.
The table shows the steps to monitor the real-time data of a device:
Step
Action
Result
1
From the IFE menu bar, click Monitoring.
Opens the Monitoring menu.
2
From the Monitoring menu, in the Real Time Data
submenu, select the circuit breaker from Single Device
Pages.
Displays the real-time data of the circuit breaker.
Summary Device Pages
The summary device table views provide summary of the circuit breaker connected to
the IFE interface.
Step
Action
Result
1
From the Monitoring menu, in the Real Time Data
submenu, click Summary Device Pages.
Expands the tree for summary page selection choices.
2
Select the Summary Page to be viewed.
Opens the device selection list.
3
Select the circuit breaker from the Available Devices, then
click Apply.
Summary of the circuit breaker appears.
NOTE: Click select all to select all the available
devices. Click clear all to clear all the selected devices.
NOTE: Click New selection to navigate back to the device
selection list.
Trending
Step
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Action
Result
1
From the IFE menu bar, click Monitoring.
Opens the Monitoring menu.
2
From the Monitoring menu, in the Real Time Data
submenu, select Trending.
Expands the data tree for real-time data option selection and the
time trending option selection.
3
Select Real Time Trending.
Opens the real-time trending setup page.
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Action
Result
4
Select the circuit breaker from the Available Devices list.
Selects the circuit breaker for trending.
5
Select up to 8 topics from the Available Topics list.
Selects topics for trending.
6
Click Apply to open the Real Time Trending display page.
Opens the real-time trending display page.
7
Set the trending parameters.
Allows trending parameters to be set.
Trending Parameters
Step
1
Action
Result
Select Absolute or Relative trending.
Selects graph mode.
NOTE: Absolute redraws the x-axis in the graph after
each sample, filling it with all the data collected since
the start of the trend. The Relative updates the graph
with the latest data after each sample while the x-axis
stays constant to show the overall trend time selected.
2
Choose a trend time from 1–15 minutes. This is the duration
of the trend.
Selects the amount of time of the trend.
3
Select Start Sampling to start the trending of the selected
topics.
Starts trending.
NOTE: Trending may be stopped before reaching the
trend time by clicking Stop Sampling. If Start
Sampling is pressed after stopping the sampling, a
new trend is started.
4
Press Data Points to view a log of all the sampled topics
recorded during the trend time.
Displays a log of all topic values sampled during the trend.
5
Press New Selection to reselect the devices and topics to
trend.
Navigates back to the real-time trending setup page.
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Device Logging
Introduction
The Device Logging page provides the graphic and table representations of the log
data of the circuit breaker connected to the IFE interface. For more details on
configuring device logging, refer to Device Logging, page 125.
Single Device Pages
Step
Action
Result
1
From the IFE menu bar, click Monitoring.
Opens the Monitoring menu.
2
From the Monitoring menu, click Device Logging.
Displays the available device logging choices.
3
From the Device Logging, click Single Device Pages.
Displays the available device with logged data available
for viewing.
4
Select the device from the Device List.
Displays the device log for the selected device.
5
To view a data range, select a period range from the period range
drop-down list:
Plots the selected period range.
•
Last Full Day
•
Last Full Week
•
Last Full Month
•
All
6
Hold the left mouse button and drag a selection box around a graph
area to zoom in on it.
Zooms in on the selected graph area.
7
To return to the original full view, enter Z on your keyboard, or
double-click the graph.
The view zooms out.
8
Click Data Points to view the selected interval data log table.
Opens the selected Interval Data Log table.
9
To view different topics, click New Topic(s). Enable the check
boxes of the topics to be displayed, and click Apply.
Enables the display of the selected topics.
The data logged from the circuit breaker is displayed in a webpage in a time-trend
chart format. The time-trend chart is preconfigured to display data from the Last Full
Day, Last Full Week, Last Full Month, or All.
Energy parameters are logged as accumulating values but are displayed as
incremental values on an interval basis. All other parameters are logged and
displayed as the actual value recorded.
Retrieving a Data Log
Interval data logs can be retrieved using the methods given in the following table:
Retrieval Method
File Format Retrieved
IFE FTPS server
Comma-separated variable (CSV)
Export to an external FTPS server
CSV
Data point button
HTML
Email
CSV
To view the list of all the available log files, follow steps 2 to 4 in the section Getting an
Interval Data Log using FTP, page 140. Files are in the format: Device Name.csv
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where the device name is the name given to the device. For example, a device named
building 1 utility entrance is Building 1 Utility Entrance.csv.
When the log files are exported, the date and time are appended to the file name in
the following format: _YYYYMMDDHHMMSS. For example, Building 1 Utility
Entrance_20100218115216.csv. This indicates that the file was exported on 2010
February 18 at 11:52:16 AM.
NOTE:
•
The circuit breaker status in log file is coded by numbers. For information on
circuit breaker status, refer to the description of the Modbus register 12001 in
the Modbus Communication Guides.
•
The device log file may contain invalid values (-9999, -99999, 32768) for
electrical parameters based on the data read from the device.
Log Format
Data is logged in the CSV file with the following format:
Row
Data in CSV Format
Description
1
IFE name, IFE serial number, IFE address, device name,
device local ID, device type name, logging interval.
This row contains the column headings for the information in
row 2.
2
This row contains the information about the IFE interface and
the logged device.
3
This row is blank.
–
4
,,,topic id 1,topic id 2,topic id 3
This row contains the column headings for the topic IDs in row
5. A topic ID is a numerical reference to the quantity being
logged. Topic IDs are used to identify the quantity, regardless
of the device or language. The first three commas are used for
layout purposes in a spreadsheet application.
5
,,,1617,1621,1625
This row contains the topic IDs of the values logged.
6
This row is blank.
–
7
Error, UTC offset (Minutes), local time stamp, apparent energy
(kVAh), real energy (kWh), reactive energy (kVARh)
This row contains the column headings for the data logged in
rows 8 and higher.
8 and
higher
These rows contain the logged data.
0,-300,2008-10-09 14:15:00,1400738.219,1201962.707,647069.906,15
0,-300,2008-10-09 14:20:00,1400758.260,1201980.725,647078.602,15
0,-300,2008-10-09 14:25:00,1400778.198,1201998.661,647087.233,15
If a spreadsheet application is used to view the CSV file, data should look similar to
the interval data log opened in a spreadsheet application.
Error Codes for Data Logs
The following error codes may be seen when troubleshooting data logs:
Error Code
Definition
19
Communication error occurred (for example: CRC, protocol, or exception).
25
Timeout occurred when a request was sent without receiving a corresponding response within the allowed time.
38
Invalid data.
100
Interval time expired before data could be recorded.
101
Invalid local time stamp. IFE is not set with absolute time.
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Contact technical support if you need assistance in resolving these or other error
conditions.
Retrieving Data Log Using IFE FTPS Server
You can use IFE FTPS server to retrieve a data log file by connecting to the IFE
interface via FTPS and transferring the .csv file, as shown in the steps below.
NOTE: If you want the IFE interface to send the data log file via FTPS
automatically, the device log export must be configured for FTPS.
Step
Action
Result
1
Create a folder on your PC, such as C\:file_logs.
Creates a folder to store the IFE data log.
2
Launch Windows Explorer, enter ftps:// and the IP
address of the IFE interface in the address text box (for
example, ftps://169.254.0.10), press Enter.
Opens the Log On As dialog box.
3
Enter the user name as Administrator and password as
Gateway in the text boxes, click Log On.
Opens an FTPS session with the IFE interface and displays the
files stored in the IFE interface.
4
Navigate to the directory/logging/data on the IFE interface.
Opens the data logging directory on the IFE interface.
5
Copy the log file and paste it into the folder created in step 1.
Copies the data log to the folder.
Retrieving Data Log Using the Data Points Button
Step
Action
Result
1
From the Device Logging webpage, click Data Points.
Opens a new window displaying the logged data.
2
Press CTRL+A, then press CTRL+C.
Selects all of the data and copies the data to the clipboard.
3
Open Excel, then press CTRL+V.
Pastes the data into an Excel spreadsheet.
Retrieving Data Log Using Email
The IFE interface must be configured to deliver data logs to an email address. For
more information, refer to Email Export, page 127.
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Summary Device Pages
The summary device view provides the summary of the circuit breaker connected to
the IFE interface.
Step
Action
Result
1
From the Monitoring menu, click Device Logging.
Displays the available device logging choices.
2
Under Device Logging, click Summary Device Page.
–
3
Under Summary Device Pages, click Single Topic, Multiple
Devices.
Opens the setup page for selecting the device and topics.
4
Select the device from the Available Devices list.
Displays the available topics for the selected device.
5
Select a topic from the Available Topics list.
Displays the selected topic for the selected device.
6
Hold the left mouse button and drag a selection box around a graph
area to zoom in on it.
Zooms in on the selected graph area.
7
To return to the original full view, enter Z on the keyboard, or
double-click the graph.
The view zooms out.
8
Repeat steps 3 through 7 to display other topics of the selected
device.
Displays the selected topic for the selected device.
The topic logged from the selected device is displayed in a webpage in a time-trend
chart format. The time-trend chart is preconfigured to display data from the last full
day, last full week, and last full month.
Energy parameters are displayed as incremental values on an interval basis. All other
parameters are logged and displayed as the actual value recorded.
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Device Control .................................................................................................. 143
Set Device Time ............................................................................................... 146
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Device Control
Reset Commands
The Device Control page allows you to execute one or more reset commands per
device type.
From the Control menu, in the Device Control submenu, on the device list, select the
device and click Reset. Select an Operation in the Resets list to reset.
Application Control
The Device Control page allows you to control the following applications remotely:
•
Breaker application
•
IO application
By default, this feature is disabled in IFE interface.
Password Management
When the application control operation is performed, an Authorization Required
dialog box appears in the IFE webpage. Enter the password in the Authorization
Required dialog box to perform the application control operation.
The password required is for PowerPacT H-, J-, and L-frame circuit breaker with
BSCM and MasterPact NT/NW or PowerPact P- and R-frame circuit breaker with
BCM ULP.
The following operations in the Device Control page require a password:
Control
Operation
Availability
Breaker/Switch disconnector (BCMOF/SD)
Open/Close/Reset
PowerPacT H-, J-, and L-frame circuit breaker with BSCM
Open/Close
MasterPact NT/NW or PowerPact P- and R-frame circuit breaker with
BCM ULP
Light
On/Off
IO 1 or IO 2
Load
On/Off
IO 1 or IO 2
Reset input counters
I1 I2 I3 I4 I5 I6
IO 1
#I1 #I2 #I3 #I4 #I5 #I6
IO 2
O1 O2 O3
IO 1
#O1 #O2 #O3
IO 2
On/Off
IO 1 or IO 2
Reset output counters
User-defined output control
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Enable Application Control in IFE Interface
Follow the below procedure to enable the Application Control feature in IFE
interface.
NOTE: The application control feature can only be enabled only when the user is
logged in as an administrator.
Step
1
Action
Result
Press the test button on the front face of the IFE interface for
10–15 s.
Initiates the application control feature.
NOTE: Do not press the test button less than 10 s or
more than 15 s.
2
After 15 s, IFE interface initiates the application control
feature.
The feature disclaimer window is available continuously for 5
min. The module status LED starts blinking continuously for 5
min (1 s ON, 1 s OFF) once the test button is released.
3
Access the IFE webpage and login as an administrator.
The administrator logs in to the IFE webpage.
4
From the Configuration & Settings menu, click Webpage
Access.
The Administrator reads the disclaimer and chooses either the
option I Understand the risks/Apply or Continue to disable.
The application control feature disclaimer is:
By accepting this disclaimer, you are directed to webpage
access which enables you to control several applications
remotely. It is highly recommended that the administrator modify
the default administrator password. By using, you are agreeing
to indemnify and hold harmless Schneider Electric for and from
any claims, losses, demands, lawsuits, and damages that are a
result of direct or indirect use of this application control feature by
reason of any act or emission which the user commits.
The disclaimer page is available in the language selected by the
administrator.
5
Select I Understand the risks/Apply.
The application control feature is now enabled for the
administrator. The breaker application and IO application are
enabled in the webpage access for providing access to the other
user groups.
6
Select Continue to disable.
The application control feature is disabled. The breaker
application and IO application are disabled in the webpage
access.
Breaker Application
From the Device Control page, in the Breaker Application, the authorized group
can perform the following operations:
Control
Status
Operation
Availability
Breaker
Open/Close/Tripped/NA
Open/Close/Rest
PowerPacT H-, J-, and L-frame circuit breaker with BSCM
Open/Close
MasterPact NT/NW or PowerPact P- and R frame circuit
breaker or switch disconnector with BCM ULP
NOTE: Pop-up message confirms that the command is successfully sent. It does
not confirm whether the complete operation is successful.
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IO Application
From the Device Control page, in the IO Application, the authorized group can
perform the following operations:
Control
Status
Operation
Availability
Reset input counters
–
I1 I2 I3 I4 I5 I6
IO 1
#I1 #I2 #I3 #I4 #I5 #I6
IO 2
O1, O2, O3
IO 1
#O1 #O2 #O3
IO 2
–
Reset output counters
Light control
ON or OFF
ON / OFF
IO 1 or IO 2
Load control
ON or OFF
ON / OFF
IO 1 or IO 2
User-defined output control
ON or OFF
ON / OFF
IO 1 or IO 2
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The IO application control is possible only when the IO module is connected
to a circuit breaker.
•
The light and the load control are available when the application rotary switch
of IO 1 or IO 2 is in position 4.
•
The user-defined output control is available only when the user-defined
output has been assigned with EcoStruxure Power Commission software.
•
If the input is assigned as a pulse counter, the operation is P1, P2, P3, P4,
P5, and P6 for IO 1. For IO 2, the pulse counter operation is #P1, #P2, #P3,
#P4, #P5, and #P6.
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Set Device Time
Description
The Set Device Time page allows you to synchronize the date and time of the circuit
breaker connected to the IFE interface to IFE date and time.The time is set
automatically. This page is used to get the circuit breaker time.
List of Parameters in Set Device Time
Parameter
Description
Device Selection
Allows you to select the circuit breaker that is to be synchronized with IFE date and time.
Localized Time
Displays the time of the circuit breaker.
Status
Displays the status of the circuit breaker.
Get Time
Allows you to get the time of the circuit breaker.
Set Device Time
Not applicable.
Setting the Device Time
Step
Action
Table
1
From the IFE menu bar, click Control.
Opens the Control menu.
2
From the Control menu, click Set Device Time.
Opens the Set Device Time page.
3
Select the circuit breaker from the Set Device Time page and
then click Get Time.
The date and time of the circuit breaker gets synchronized
with the IFE date and time, and the status is updated as
successful.
NOTE: If the circuit breaker fails to synchronize with IFE
date and time, then the status is updated as
unsuccessful.
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Statistics .......................................................................................................... 148
Device Identification .......................................................................................... 151
IMU Information ................................................................................................ 152
Read Device Registers...................................................................................... 153
Communication Check ...................................................................................... 154
IO Readings ..................................................................................................... 155
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Statistics
Description
The Statistics page shows the readings accumulated since the IFE interface was last
activated. If the power to the IFE interface is terminated or the device is reset due to a
configuration change or other event, all cumulative values are reset to 0.
Reset Procedure
Step
Action
Result
1
From the IFE menu bar, click Diagnostics.
Opens the Diagnostics menu.
2
From the Diagnostics menu, in the General submenu, click
Statistics.
Opens the Statistics page.
3
View the data.
See the statistics for each group.
4
Click Reset Counters.
Resets the IFE cumulative diagnostic data to 0.
Interpreting Ethernet Statistics
Global Statistic
Description
Received Frames
Number of frames received
Transmitted Frames
Number of frames transmitted
Reset Counters
Resets the transmitted and received frames
Statistic Per Port
Description
Link Speed
Operational speed (10 Mbps or 100 Mbit/s)
Duplex mode
Current mode of operation (full duplex or half duplex)
Interpreting Modbus TCP/IP Statistics
Statistic
Description
Port status
Status of the connected Ethernet port
Opened TCP connections
Number of active connections
Received messages
Number of messages received
Transmitted messages
Number of messages transmitted
Reset counters
Resets the received and transmitted messages
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Interpreting System Statistics
Statistic
Description
CPU
Status of the CPU:
•
Nominal
•
Degraded
•
Out of service
Boot Memory
Healthiness of the boot memory
EEPROM
Healthiness of EEPROM
File System
Healthiness of the file system
Ethernet PHY 1
Healthiness of PHY 1 hardware
Ethernet PHY 2
Healthiness of PHY 2 hardware
DDR
Healthiness of the execution memory
Interpreting Date and Time Statistics
Statistic
Description
Date
Current date
Time
Current time
Uptime
Run time during the system power-up
Interpreting Date /Time Synchronization
Statistic
Description
Last Synchronization
Last Synchronization Since
Time elapsed since the last synchronization has happened
Time Source
Source of time with which the last synchronization has happened
Date
Last synchronization date
Time
Last synchronization time
Synchronization with SNTP
Status
The following is the status of synchronization with SNTP:
•
If SNTP is disabled, the status is displayed as “–”
•
If SNTP is enabled but not synchronized, then the status is displayed as “NOK”
•
If SNTP is enabled and successfully synchronized, then the status is displayed as “OK”
Interpreting Modbus Serial Statistics
Statistic
Description
Transmitted Message
A counter that increments each time a frame is sent.
Received Message
A counter that increments each time a frame is received.
Error Message
An error marked from the device or the response timeout.
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Interpreting ULP Statistics
Statistic
Description
Frames Transmitted
Number of CAN frames transmitted successfully
Frames Received
Number of CAN frames received successfully
Max Transmit Error
Maximum number of CAN transmitted errors (TEC)
Max Receive Error
Maximum number of CAN received errors (REC)
Bus off
CAN Bus off count
Max Bus off
Maximum number of bus off counts
Interpreting File System Statistics
Statistic
Description
Total Size
Total amount of the IFE disk size in kilobytes
Used Size
Total amount of used disk size on the IFE disk in kilobytes
Free Size
Total amount of unused disk space on the IFE disk in kilobytes
Bad Size
Amount of corrupted disk space on the IFE disk in kilobytes
Interpreting TCP Port Connections Statistics
Statistics
Description
Remote IP
Remote IP address
Remote Port
Remote port number
Transmitted messages
Number of messages transmitted
Received message
Number of messages received
Sent Errors
Number of error messages sent
Reset Counters
Resets the transmitted and received messages
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Device Identification
Device Name Configuration Procedure
Step
Action
Result
1
From the IFE menu bar, click Diagnostics.
Opens the Diagnostics page.
2
From the Diagnostics menu, in the Product Information
submenu, click Device Identification.
Opens the Device Identification page.
List of Parameters in Device Identification
Parameter
Description
Device name
Device name which is updated in the device name field
Product name
Name of the product
Serial number
Device serial number
Product model number
Device model number
Firmware version
Current firmware version
Unique Identifier
Combination of MAC address and the time
MAC address
Unique MAC address
IPv4 address
IP address of the IFE interface
IPv6 link local address
Address used to communicate on the local network
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IMU Information
Description
The IMU Information page gives the information about the devices connected to the
ULP port of the IFE interface. The devices connected are:
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BCM ULP module
•
MicroLogic trip unit
•
BSCM module
•
FDM121 display
•
IO module IO 1
•
IO module IO 2
•
UTA module
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Read Device Registers
Description
Read device registers allows the IFE interface to read Modbus registers from the
devices connected to the ULP port of the IFE interface.
Read Procedure
Step
Action
Result
1
From the IFE menu bar, click Diagnostics.
Opens the Diagnostics menu.
2
From the Diagnostics menu, in the Device Health Check
submenu, click Read Device Registers.
Opens the Read Device Registers page.
3
From the Device Name, select the device.
Selects the device from the drop-down list.
4
Enter Local ID (or choose from the defined device list),
Starting Register, and the Number of Registers to read.
Enters the registers to read from the specified device.
5
Select the data type from Data Type drop-down list.
Selects the appropriate data type.
6
To change how Modbus data is displayed in the Value
column, select Decimal, Hexadecimal, Binary, or ASCII.
Selects how the data values are displayed.
7
Click Read.
Reads the device registered according to the selected
configuration.
IFE Read Device Register Parameters
Parameter
Description
Settings
Device Name
Selects a device to read from the list of previously added devices.
–
Local ID
The address (local ID) of the device that is to be read.
1
Starting Register
Register number in decimal.
0–65535
Default setting: 1000
Number of Registers
The number of registers to read.
1–125
Default setting: 10
Register
Lists the register numbers in decimal.
–
Value
Lists the data stored for a register. Values retrieved depend on the
device connected to the IFE interface. Refer to the documentation
for the connected device for more information about stored register
values.
–
Data Type
Lists the data types available for the device.
Decimal, Hexadecimal,
Binary, or ASCII options
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Holding Registers (Default setting)
•
Input Registers
•
Input Coils
•
Output Coils
Decimal (Default setting)
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Communication Check
Automated Communication Check
While browsing the real-time data views, the IFE interface has an automated
communication check that runs every 15 minutes by default. To change the timing,
refer to Preferences, page 130. This check verifies the communication health of all the
devices configured on the IFE interface, and attempts to re-establish the
communication to any device marked out of service within the current browser
session.
Manual Communication Check
In certain cases, there is no need to wait for the automated communications check
interval and need to force the check to run manually.
Step
Action
Result
1
From the IFE menu bar, click Diagnostics.
Opens the Diagnostics menu.
2
From the Diagnostics menu, in the Device Health
Check submenu, click Communications Check.
Opens the Communications Check page.
3
Click Check Device Status.
Runs a communications check.
The communicating device displays:
•
Passed in the Communications column.
•
In Service in the Status column.
A device that is not communicating display:
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Failed in the Communications column.
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Out of Service in the Status column if it has failed multiple times.
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IO Readings
Description
The IO Readings page shows the IO module input/output configuration. It displays six
digital inputs, three digital outputs, and one analog input. The IO application control is
possible only when the IO module is connected to a circuit breaker.
The table shows the steps to access the IO Readings page:
Step
Action
Result
1
From the IFE menu bar, click Diagnostics.
Opens the Diagnostics page.
2
From the Diagnostics menu, select the circuit breaker from
IO Readings submenu.
Opens the IO Readings page for the circuit
breaker.
List of Parameters in IO Module
Parameter
Description
Setting
Inputs
Displays the six digital inputs configured in the IO module.
–
Outputs
Displays the three digital outputs configured in the IO
module.
–
Analog Inputs
Displays the analog input assigned in the IO module.
–
Label
Displays the assigned functions of the corresponding inputs
or outputs.
–
Value
Displays the value of the six digital inputs and three digital
outputs
•
1
•
0
Displays the six digital inputs and three digital outputs are
forced or unforced
•
UNFORCED
•
FORCED
Force/Unforce
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Maintenance Webpages
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Indicators ......................................................................................................... 156
Indicators
Description
The Indicators page provides the maintenance counter information for the circuit
breaker connected to the IFE interface. The page displays the information about the
remaining service life of the circuit breaker, contact wear counters, circuit breaker
operation counters, and the cradle counters.
Viewing Maintenance Counters
Step
Action
Result
1
From the IFE menu, click Maintenance.
Opens the Maintenance page.
2
From the Indicators menu, select the circuit breaker from the
device list.
Displays the information about the remaining service life of the
circuit breaker, contact wear counters, circuit breaker
operation counters, and the cradle counters.
NOTE: This feature is available for circuit breakers only.
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Appendix A - List of IFE Supported Devices ......................................................... 158
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List of IFE Supported Device Types .................................................................... 158
List of IFE Supported Device Types
IFE Interface Supported Devices
Device Group
Device
MasterPact NT/NW, ComPacT NS, and PowerPacT P- and R-frame
circuit breakers with MicroLogic trip units
MicroLogic A
MicroLogic E
MicroLogic P
MicroLogic H
MasterPact MTZ circuit breaker with MicroLogic control units
MicroLogic X
MicroLogic Xi
ComPacT NSX and PowerPacT H-, J-, and L-frame circuit breakers with
MicroLogic trip units
ComPacT NSX - E
ComPacT NSX and PowerPacT H-, J-, and L-frame circuit breakers with
MicroLogic trip units
ComPacT NSX - A
PowerPacT - E
ComPacT NSX - E
PowerPacT - A
PowerPacT - E
Non-communicating MasterPact NT/NW and PowerPacT P- and R-frame
circuit breakers and switch disconnectors
BCM-OF/SD
Non-communicating ComPacT NSX and PowerPacT H-, J-, and L-frame
circuit breakers and switch disconnectors
BSCM-OF/SD
Others
BCPM A/E
BCPM B
BCPM C
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