DNET-IP2 Serial Communication System
DNET-IP2 Serial Communication
System
Designed and Manufactured in Australia by
Ampcontrol CSM Pty Limited
ABN 35 000 770 141
Phone: +61 2 4903 4800
Fax: +61 2 4903 4888
www.ampcontrolgroup.com
USER MANUAL
No copies of the information or drawings
within this manual shall be made without
the prior consent of Ampcontrol.
118626 ISSUE 4 06/11/08
DNET-IP2_Manual_Issue_4_118626_061108.pdf
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
CRN: 7144 – Issue 4
Copyright Notice
No part of this publication may be
reproduced, transmitted or transcribed
into any language by any means
without the express written permission
of Ampcontrol CSM Pty Ltd, 7
Billbrooke Close, Cameron Park. NSW
2285, Australia.
Disclaimer
Ampcontrol CSM Pty Ltd will make no
warranties as to the contents of this
documentation
and
specifically
disclaims any implied warranties or
fitness for any particular purpose.
Ampcontrol further reserves the right to
alter the specification of the system
and/or manual without obligation to
notify any person or organization of
these changes.
Before You Begin
We would like to take a moment to
thank you for purchasing the DNETIP2 Serial Communication System.
To become completely familiar with
this equipment and to ensure correct
operation, we recommend that you take
the time to read this user manual
thoroughly.
The IPD translation table added to the
manual, the HPB translation table was
updated.
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
1.
Description ....................................1
2.
Protocol Converter ....................1
2.1 Line LED........................................1
2.2 Communication LEDs....................1
2.3 Serial port.......................................1
2.4 L1 Line Driver ...............................1
3.
Serial Interface Module ..........1
3.1 Connections....................................2
4.
Communication Protocols .....2
4.1 Modbus Master RTU .....................2
4.2 Modbus Slave RTU........................3
4.3 Modbus Autoscan ..........................4
4.4 IP Protocol......................................4
4.5 IP2 Protocol....................................4
5.
Translation Tables.....................6
5.1 IPD Translation Tables ..................6
5.2 IPC Translation Tables.................10
5.3 IPB Translation Tables.................15
5.4 IPAV4/V5.1 Translation Tables...19
5.5 HPB Translation Tables ...............22
6.
9.
Drawings
DNET-E-009
DNET-IP2 Connection Diagram ....... 26
DNET-E-010
Monitoring Multiple IP2 Systems ..... 27
DNET-A-057
DNET-IP2 Case Size
and Connections ................................ 28
DNET-E-008
DNET-IP2 Block Diagram................ 29
DNET-E-012
RS232 IS Link to PLC
Connection Diagram.......................... 30
DNET-E-011
PLC/DNET-IP2 Multi Drop System
With IS Barriers................................. 31
10. Approvals
MDA Exia 14067
AUS Ex3109X
IS Communications.................25
6.1 PLC RS232 IS Link .....................25
6.2 PLC RS485/RS422 IS Link .........25
7.
Specifications..............................25
8.
Equipment List..........................25
CONTENTS
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
Fast Flash - Communication Line to IPSI-IP
Modules is short-circuited. After the short circuit
is removed Fast Flash continues until the next
IPSI-IP is polled.
1. Description
The DNET-IP2 serial communication system
provides condition monitoring and supervisory
control of the Ampcontrol range of Integrated
Protection Relays. The system consists of an
IP2 Protocol Converter, Serial Interface (IPSIIP) Modules.
2.2 Communication LEDs
Flashing LEDs indicates Tx, Rx communication
traffic is occurring between the Protocol
Converter and the PLC.
Electrical installations utilising Ampcontrol
Integrated Protection Relays and the DNETIP2 communication system can transfer
information from a Distribution Control Box
(DCB) or substation to a remote location. The
DNET-IP2 Protocol Converter transfers data
and commands between the Host System and
the modules using RS232, RS422 and RS485
protocols.
Through machine communication, which
forms part of the IPC, IPB and HPB Integrated
Protection System, the identity of the machine
can be transferred via serial communications to
a PLC. This allows the PLC to arrange
sequencing particularly on a longwall
installation.
•
Rx LED will flash if the RS232/485 port
is receiving data from a Host system. The
IP2 Protocol Converter has no control over
this LED. The length of the flash and its
apparent brightness indicates the amount
of data that the IP2 Protocol Converter is
receiving from the Host system.
•
Tx LED will flash if the RS232/485 port
transmitter is active. The length of the
flash and its apparent brightness indicates
the amount of data that the IP2 Protocol
Converter is transmitting to the Host
system.
2.3 Serial Port
The serial communication port is electrically
isolated and supports RS232, RS422 and
RS485 protocols with a selectable baud rate of
1200 to 9600.
Each Integrated Protection Relay is connected to
a Serial Interface Module (IPSI-IP), which has
its output drop connected to a DNET-IP2
Protocol Converter. The Protocol Converter
provides the communications link to a PLC.
The PLC can be either located within the
flameproof enclosure or can be connected via an
intrinsically safe link to a remote location.
Multiple DNET-IP2 Systems can be monitored
using a single PLC communication port (See
Drawing DNET-E-010, Page 22)
The four user selectable protocols are:
• Modbus Master RTU
• Modbus Slave RTU
• DNET-IP2
• DNET-IP
2.4 L1 Line Driver
The IP2 Line Driver drives a two-wire
communication line, which delivers power and
exchanges data with a maximum of nine (9)
IPSI-IP Modules.
2. Protocol Converter
The DNET-IP2 Protocol Converter is the heart
of the system. It is a DIN rail mounted module
with LED indication for fault diagnosis (See
Drawing DNET-A-057, Page 23). Power to the
Protocol Converter is supplied from the
DNET-IP2 Power Supply, 110V/20V-0V-20V
15 VA (See Drawing DNET-E-009, Page 21).
3. Serial Interface Module
The Serial Interface Module (IPSI-IP) has four
connections to the Integrated Protection Relay
and two connections that drop connect to the
DNET-IP2 Protocol Converter (See Drawing
DNET-E-008, Page 24). The IPSI-IP Module
is down line powered from the Protocol
Converter.
There are three LEDs located on the front of
the Protocol Converter.
2.1 Line LED
Slow Flash - Communication Line to IPSI-IP
Modules is healthy.
The IPSI-IP Module plugs into an eleven-pin
relay base. Care should be taken in removing
the module to prevent damage to the location
-1-
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
spigot. Pull directly out without twisting or
deflecting the module.
4. Communication Protocols
The four DNET-IP2 user selectable protocols,
Master Modbus RTU, Slave Modbus RTU,
DNET-IP2 and DNET-IP are selected via the
Dip Switch located under the front cover:
Each Serial Interface Module must be given a
unique address between 1 and 15. To set the
address a rotary switch is used which is
accessible through the top of the module by
lifting and rotating the label.
DIP Switch
Off
Two LEDs indicate the status of the line and
the communications transfer from the
Integrated Protection Relay.
1
2
3
Rotary Switch
Slave ID
Address
Select
4
On
(Autoscan)
DIP Switch Selection
Line LED - Flashes if the IPSI-IP Module is
powered from the line and a block of data is
being sent in response to a command from the
Protocol Converter. The scanning rate of the
IPSI-IP Modules is dependent on the protocol
being used. No Flash indicates an open or
short-circuited line between the Module and
the Protocol Converter.
Baud Rate Select
Baud
9600
1
off
4800
2400
1200
Protocol Select
2
off
3
off
4
off
Protocol
Spare
off
on
off
on
IP2 (IP Protocol)
on
off
on
off
Slave Modbus (Autoscan)
on
on
on
on
Master Modbus (Autoscan)
4.1 MASTER MODBUS RTU
Master Modbus RTU mode is selected by
placing switches 3 and 4 to the ‘ON’ position
on the Dip Switch.
IPA LED - Flashes each time a block of data
is being read from the integrated protection
relay. No Flash indicates connection to the
Integrated Protection Relay is incorrect or the
relay has no power.
Switches 1 and 2 of Dip Switch set the Baud
Rate. The available rates are 1200, 2400, 4800
and 9600.
Provided the IPSI-IP Module is powered it will
communicate with the Integrated Protection
Relay, regardless of the ‘Line’ communication.
In Master Modbus Mode the DNET-IP2
Protocol Converter scans for IPSI-IP Modules
and sends the data to a Slave Modbus Device.
The module data is written to the Slave
Modbus Device using command 16, ‘Write
Multiple Holding Registers’ using Modbus
RTU Protocol, even parity, 8 bit data with 1
stop bit. Data is written to the Slave ID address
at the Slave Data Address.
3.1 Connections
A twisted pair should be used to connect
terminals 5 and 7 to the Protocol Converter.
Terminals 1, 2, 10 and 11 are intrinsically safe
terminations and should be wired in
accordance with AS 2381.7. Twisted
conductors or overall screened cable should be
used. The screen should be connected to 0V at
both the Integrated Protection Relay and the
IPSI-IP Module. Note: Do not earth the
screen.
The Slave ID Address 1 to 15 is selected via
the Rotary Switch. If the Slave ID address is
zero then the Autoscan Mode is selected.
The command sent to the Host consists of the
following:
The Master Modbus command format:
Byte #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
-2-
Description
Slave ID
Command = 16
Address_high
Address_low
Size n high
Size n low
Byte_size
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
Byte#
8
9
…
8+2n
9+2n
10+2n
11+2n
In Slave Modbus Mode the DNET-IP2
Protocol Converter waits for commands from
the Host Modbus Device.
Description
Data 0 high
Data 0 low
…
Data n high
Data n low
CRC_high
CRC_low
When a correctly addressed read command is
received, the specified IPSI-IP Module is
scanned, the data is processed, and returned to
the Host Master Modbus Device using RTU
Modbus Protocol, Even parity, 8 bit data with
1 stop bit. If a command is not supported, or an
invalid address is used, the Host Device will
receive an exception response from the DNETIP2 Protocol Converter.
An IPSI-IP Module returns 59 data words.
See the translation table for a complete
description. The first data word returned is in
the following format:
First Data Word: <000000EE 0000AAAA>
binary
Where:
EE = 00-IPSI-IP is offline
EE = 01-IPSI-IP online IPA/IPB/IPC offline
EE = 11-IPSI-IP online IPA/IPB/IPC online
AAAA = IPSI-IP address (1…15)
The Slave ID Address 1 to 15 is selected via
the Rotary Switch. If the Slave ID address is
zero then the Autoscan Mode is selected.
The IP2 Protocol Converter supports the
following commands:
• CMD=3 Read Holding Registers
• CMD=4 Read Input Registers
• CMD=6 Write Holding Register
• CMD=7 Read Exception Status
• CMD=16 Write Multiple Holding
Registers
• CMD=17 Read Slave ID
Valid addresses are as follows:
LED Indication – Master Modbus RTU
In Master Modbus mode the IPSI-IP Module is
scanned on a regular basis and data is sent to
the Host system via the serial port.
IPSI-IP ‘Line’ LEDs - flash at a regular rate.
If the Host system does not reply to the
commands sent from the DNET-IP2 Protocol
Converter, there is a 1 second time out. If this
time out is occurring the scanning of the IPSIIP Modules will be slow. If the Host system
replies the scanning will be faster but not as
fast as Autoscan for the same number of IPSIIP Modules.
IPSI-IP- ID
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
IPSI-IP ‘IPA’ LEDs - flashes each time a
block of data is being read from the Integrated
Protection Relay.
DNET-IP2 Tx LED - flash at the same rate as
the IPSI-IP Module.
DNET-IP2 Rx LED - flashes if the Host
system replies.
4.2 SLAVE MODBUS RTU
Slave Modbus RTU mode is selected by
placing switch 3 to the ‘ON’ position and
switch 4 to the ‘OFF’ position on the Dip
Switch.
Modbus
Address
0000 – 000F
0100 – 013F
0200 – 023F
0300 – 033F
0400 – 043F
0500 – 053F
0600 – 063F
0700 – 073F
0800 – 083F
0900 – 093F
0A00 – 0A3F
0B00 – 0B3F
0C00 – 0C3F
0D00 – 0D3F
0E00 – 0E3F
0F00 – 0F3F
Description
Read/Write
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read
Read commands must not exceed 64 words.
IPSI-IP Module returns 59 data words but any
size from 1 to 64 is valid. Data beyond word
59 will be random. See the translation table for
a complete description. The first data word
returned is in the following format:
Switches 1 and 2 of the Dip Switch set the
Baud Rate. The available rates are 1200, 2400,
4800 and 9600.
-3-
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
IP2 Tx LED - should not flash.
First Data Word: <000000EE 0000AAAA>
binary
Where:
EE = 00-IPSI-IP is offline
EE = 01-IPSI-IP online IPA/IPB/IPC offline
EE = 11-IPSI-IP online IPA/IPB/IPC online
AAAA = IPSI-IP address (1…15)
IP2 Rx LED - flash if data is being received,
but the data is ignored in Autoscan Mode.
LED Indication – Slave Modbus RTU
In Slave Modbus mode the IPSI-IP Modules
are scanned only on direct request from the
Host system.
4.4 IP PROTOCOL
(IP2 Protocol Mode with Slave ID
Address = 0)
IP Protocol mode is selected by placing switch
3 to the ‘OFF’ position and switch 4 to the
‘ON’ position on the Dip Switch and selecting
Slave ID Address = 0 on the rotary switch.
IPSI-IP ‘Line’ LEDs - flash only if the IPSIIP Module is requested from the Master Host
system.
Switches 1 and 2 of the Dip Switch set the
Baud Rate. The available rates are 1200, 2400,
4800 and 9600.
IPSI-IP ‘IPA’ LEDs - flash each time a block
of data is being read from the integrated
protection relay.
In IP Protocol Mode the DNET-IP2 Protocol
Converter waits for a command from the Host
system. When a correctly addressed command
is received, the corresponding IPSI-IP Module
is scanned; its data is processed, and returned
to the Host Device in a block of 64 bytes.
There are no write commands available.
DNET-IP2 Rx LED - flash every time a
command is received from the Master Host
system.
DNET-IP2 Tx LED - flashes when or
whenever the DNET-IP2 Protocol Converter
responds to a Master Host command.
The Host system sends a single byte command:
<IPSI-IP-ID> no CR or LF)
Where:
<IPSI-IP-ID> is ASCII ‘A’ to ‘O’ = IPSI-IPID address 1 to 15.
4.3 MODBUS AUTOSCAN
Autoscan is selected in either Modbus Master
or Slave Protocol by selecting ID Address = 0
to isolate a DNET-IP2 Protocol Converter
from a Modbus network for the purpose of
fault finding.
The response is identical to the IP2 protocol
description in the following section.
4.5 IP2 PROTOCOL
(IP2 Protocol Mode with Slave ID Address
= 1…8)
IP2 Protocol mode is selected by placing
switch 3 to the ‘OFF’ position and switch 4 to
the ‘ON’ position on the Dip Switch and
selecting Slave ID = 1…8 on the rotary switch.
In this mode the DNET-IP2 Protocol Converter
sequentially scans for IPSI-IP Modules
connected to the L1 communication line
regardless of any host commands. The serial
communication port is disabled, but the Rx
LED will still flash if data is received from a
Host Device.
Switches 1 and 2 of the Dip Switch set the
Baud Rate. The available rates are 1200, 2400,
4800 and 9600.
LED Indication - Autoscan
In Autoscan the IPSI-IP Modules are scanned
on a regular basis but no data is transferred to
the serial port.
In IP2 Protocol Mode the DNET-IP2 Protocol
Converter waits for a command from the Host
system. When a correctly addressed command
is received the corresponding IPSI-IP Module
is scanned, its data is processed, and returned
to the Host Device in a block of 64 bytes.
There are no write commands available.
IPSI-IP ‘Line’ LEDs – flash at a regular rate.
IPSI-IP ‘IPA’ LEDs - flash each time a block
of data is being read from the Integrated
Protection Relay.
-4-
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
The IP2 Protocol is a multi drop protocol
where a maximum of eight (8) DNET-IP2
Protocol Converters can be addressed on the
same RS485/RS422 network (See Drawing
DNET-E-011, Page 26)
IPSI-IP ‘Line’ LEDs - flash only if the IPSIIP Module is requested from the Master Host
system.
IPSI-IP ‘IPA’ LEDs - flash each time a block
of data is being read from the Integrated
Protection Relay.
The IP2 Protocol Mode is a very low overhead
protocol and is an Ampcontrol proprietary
protocol. It is designed for implementation in
‘ladder logic drivers’ in PLC’s where
processing is limited.
DNET-IP2 Rx LED - flash every time a
command is received from the Master Host
system.
The Slave ID Address 1 to 8 is selected via the
Rotary Switch. If the Slave ID address is zero
then the IP Protocol Mode is selected.
DNET-IP2 Tx LED - flash when or whenever
DNET-IP2 Protocol Converter responds to a
Master Host command.
The Host system sends a two-byte command:
<Slave-ID><IPSI-IP-ID> (no CR or LF)
Where:
<Slave-ID> is ASCII ‘1’ to ‘8’ = Protocol
Converter Slave ID 1 to 8.
<IPSI-IP-D> is ASCII ‘A’ to ‘O’ = IPSI-IP
address 1 to 15.
The DNET-IP2 Protocol Converter responds
with a block of data or an error code (35 Hex)
is returned.
The IPSI-IP Datablock consists of 64 bytes:
Byte #
0
1
2
…
62
63
Description
Header Byte
Data
Data
Data
Checksum
The Header Byte consists of 4 bit size and 4 bit
address.
<size:addr>
The ‘addr’ is the IPSI-IP number being
scanned.
The ‘size’ = 1010 – 64 byte IPSI-IP block.
The Checksum is the low 8 bits of the sum of
bytes 1…63.
See translation tables for
description of the data bytes.
a
complete
LED Indication – IP2 Protocol
In IP2 and IP Protocol modes the IPSI-IP
Modules are scanned only on direct request
from the Host system.
-5-
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
5. TRANSLATION TABLES
5.1 IPD TRANSLATION TABLES
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
7
7,8
8
9,10
9
11,12
10
13
11
14
12
15
13
16
14
17
15
18
16
19
17
20
Description
IPSI Address
Bits 0..3 = IPSI Address (Range 1-15)
IPSI Address
Bits 0..3 = IPSI Address (Range 1-15)
Bit 8 = IPSI Online
Bit 9 = IPD Online
Digital Inputs (DIG_INPUTS)
Bit 0 = Reserved
Bit 1 = IPSI to IPD Comms OK
Bit 2 = Fan Interlock Read
Bit 3 = IPD Stop digital Input
Bit 4 = IPD Reset Digital Input
Bit 5 = IPD Lock Digital Input
Bit 6 = IPD MCI Digital Input
Bit 7 = IPD Start Digital Input
Opto Status (OPTOSTAT)
Bit 0 = Earth Leakage Trip
Bit 1 = Earth Continuity Trip
Bit 2 = E/F Lockout Trip
Bit 3 = Over Current Trip
Bit 4 = Short Circuit Trip
Bit 5 = Main Conttactor Fail
Bit 6 = Insulation Fail
Bit 7 = Running
Opto Status/Digital Inputs
(OPTOSTAT+DIG_INPUTS)
Bit 0 = Earth leakage Trip
Bit 1 = Earth Continuity Trip
Bit 2 = Earth Fault Lockout
Bit 3 = Overload
Bit 4 = Short circuit
Bit 5 = MCF Bit
Bit 6 = Insulation Fail
Bit 7 = Outlet Run
Bit 8 = Reserved
Bit 9 = IPSI to IPD Comms OK
Bit 10 = Fan Interlock Read
Bit 11 = IPD Stop digital Input
Bit 12 = IPD Reset Digital Input
Bit 13 = IPD Lock Digital Input
Bit 14 = IPD MCI Digital Input
Bit 15 = IPD Start Digital Input
Earth Leakage Current (EL_CUR)
Range 0-100%
Pilot Series Resistance
(PILOT_FWD)
Range 0-200%
Pilot Leakage Resistance
(PILOT_REV)
Range 0-120%
Cable Fault Lockout Leakage
(CFLR_LEAK)
Range 0-100%
-6-
Description
A Phase Current
(CUR_A_BCD_HIGH)
Range 0-999%
B Phase Current
(CUR_B_BCD_HIGH)
Range 0-999%
C Phase Current
(CUR_C_BCD_HIGH)
Range 0-999%
Over Current Trip
(OC TRIP_HIGH)
Range 0-120%
Current Balance (CURRENT_BAL)
Range 0-100%
A Phase Volts (VOLTS_A)
Range 0-120%
B Phase Volts (VOLTS_B)
Range 0-120%
C Phase Volts (VOLTS_C)
Range 0-120%
Trip Status (TRIP_STAT2)
Bit 0 = IPD Memory Error
Bit 1 = RTU Memory Error
Bit 2 = Trip - RTU Offline
Bit 3 = Stopped - RTU PTC
Bit 4 = Stopped - RTU
Bit 5 = I Balance Trip
Bit 6 = Locked Out - Fan
Bit 7 = Stopped IPD
Reserved
IPD Software Version
(IPD_SW_VER)
30 = IPD1 V01 2008
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
18
21
19
22
20
23
21
24
Description
Current Range Setting
(CUR_RANGE PARAM)
OC I Range A
1 = 60
2 = 64
3 = 68
4 = 72
5 = 76
6 = 80
7 = 84
8 = 88
9 = 92
10 = 96
11 = 100
12 = 104
13 = 108
14 = 112
15 = 116
Current Multiplier Setting
(CUR_MUL_PARAM)
OC I Mult
1 = 1/8
2 = 1/4
3 = 1/2
4=1
5=2
6=4
Over Current Curve Setting
(OC_CURVE_PARM)
Curve Type
1 = Vinv
2 = m-OL
Over Current Time Multiplier
(TIME_MULT_PARM)
OC Time Multiplier
1 = 0.05
2 = 0.075
3 = 0.1
4 = 0.15
5 = 0.2
6 = 0.3
7 = 0.4
8 = 0.5
9 = 0.6
10 = 0.7
11 = 0.8
12 = 1.0
13 = 0.04
14 = 0.03
15 = 0.02
16 = 0.015
17 = 0.01
18 = 0.005
-7-
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
22
25
23
26
24
27
25
28
26
29
Description
Cool Multiplier Setting
(COOL_MUL_PARAM)
Cool Mult
1 = 0.2
2 = 0.3
3 = 0.4
4 = 0.5
5 = 0.8
6 = 1.0
7 = 2.0
8 = 5.0
9 = 10
10 = 20
11 = 50
Current Balance Setting
(CUR_BAL_PARAM)
Cur Bal Trip%
1=5
2 = 10
3 = 20
4 = 50
5 = Off
Short Circuit Setting
(SHORT_CCT_PARAM)
SC I Trip Mult
1 = 3.0
2 = 3.5
3 = 4.0
4 = 4.5
5 = 5.0
6 = 5.5
7 = 6.0
8 = 6.5
9 = 7.0
10 = 7.5
11 = 8.0
12 = 8.5
13 = 9.0
14 = 9.5
15 = 10.0
Short Circuit Trip Time Setting
(SC_TRP_TM_PARAM)
SC Trip Time – mS
1 = 20
2 = 40
3 = 60
4 = 80
5 = 100
6 = 120
7 = 160
Short Circuit Output Relay
Selection
(SC_OUT_PARAM)
SC Relay)
1 = CBR
2 = MCR
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
27
30
28
31
29
32
30
33
31
32
34
35
Description
Earth Leakage Sensitivity Setting
(EL_SENS)
EL Sens – mA
1 < 100
2 < 150
3 < 200
4 < 250
5 < 300
6 < 350
7 < 400
8 < 450
9 < 500
Earth Leakage Trip time Setting
(EL_TIME)
EL Time – mS
1 = ins
2 = 100
3 = 150
4 = 190
5 = 230
6 = 270
7 = 310
8 = 350
9 = 390
10 = 430
11 = 470
Pilot Mode Selection
(PILOT MODE)
Pilot Type
1 = RTU
2 = -⏐ >⏐CCM Selection
(VOLTS_SELECT)
(EFLO: CCM Volts
1 = D415
2 = D1k
3 = D3k3
4 = A415
5 = A1k
6 = A3k3
7 = A110
8 = None
Back EMF Timer Selection
(B_EMF_TIME)
B emf Time – Sec
1=2
2=5
3 = 10
4 = 15
5 = 20
Insulation Test Trip Setting
(MEG_LEVEL)
Ins. TstT - MΩ
1 = 0.1
2 = 0.2
3 = 0.5
4 = 1.0
5 = 2.0
6 = 5.0
7 = 10
8 = 15
9 = None
-8-
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
33
36
34
37
35
38
36
39
37
40
38
41
Description
Relay 3 Function Setting
(RELAY_3_FUNC)
Relay 3 Status
1 = OFF
2 = FID
3 = FIR
Machine Type Setting
(MACHINE_TYPE)
1 = Belt - Conveyor Belt
2 = SHRr – Shearer
3 = S-Ld - Stage Loader
4 = Hpmp - Hydraulic Pump
5 = Wpmp - Water Pump
6 = cMnr - Continuous Miner
7 = SCar - Shuttle Car
8 = Bk/F - Breaker Feeder
9 = Crsh – Crusher
10 = Fan
11 = DCB
12 = Blank
13 = iFan - Interlocking Fan
14 = AFCm - AFC Main Gate
15 = AFCt - AFC Tail Gate
16 = M-BE -Moveable Boot End
17 = Bolt – Bolter
18 = HRMr - Hard Rock Miner
19 = Winc – Winch
20 = J-bo - Jumbo
21 = bBelt - Belly Belt
22 = Stak - Stacker
23 = aCar Add-Car
24 = IGG - Inert Gas
25 = tBlt - Transfer Belt
26 = Dplg - Dummy Plug
Machine Number Setting
(MACHINE_NUM)
1 – 40 Sets the RTU MC Number
Under Voltage Trip Setting
(UV_TRIP_PARAM)
U/V Trip %
1 = 20
2 = 30
3 = 40
4 = 50
5 = 60
6 = 70
7 = 80
Pilot Latch Setting
(PILOT_LATCH)
1 = On
2 = Off
Fan Current Level Setting
(FAN_LEVEL)
Fan I Level %
1 = 32
2 = 40
3 = 48
4 = 56
5 = 64
6 = 72
7 = 80
8 = 88
9 = 96
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
Modbus
Word
39
IP
Byte
42
40
43
41
44
42
45
43
44
46
47
45
48
46
49
47
50
48
51
49
52
50
53
51
54
Description
RTU RTD1 Temperature
0 to 200 °C, 255 = Offline
RTU RTD 2 Temperature
0 to 200 °C, 255 = Offline
RTU RTD 3 Temperature
0 to 200 °C, 255 = Offline
RTU RTD 4 Temperature
0 to 200 °C, 255 = Offline
Reserved
Reserved
RTU Digital Inputs
(RTU_DIG_IN)
Bit 0 = RTU Start (1=Start)
Bit 1 = RTU Stop (1=Stop,
0=Allow start)
Bit 2 = RTU PTC
Bit 3 = PLC Data OK
Relay Status (RELAT_STAT)
Bit 0 = RELAY 4 (closed if bit set)
Bit 1 = CBR RELAY (closed if bit
set)
Bit 2 = MCR RELAY (closed if bit
set)
Bit 3 = RL3 RELAY (closed if bit
set)
Bit 4 = Reserved
Bit 5 = Fan Interlock Drive (on if
bit is set)
Bit 6 = Reserved
Bit 7 = Reserved
RTU Software Version
(RTU_SW_VER)
6 = RTUD1 V06
Remote Start Setting
(REMOTE_CONTROL)
1 = No
2 = Yes
IPD Status (IPD_STAT_BYTE)
Bit 0 = Need IPD start
Bit 1 = Need RTU Start
Bit 2 = Outlet Paused
Bit 3 = Closing Main Contactor
Bit 4 = EFLO Testing
Bit 5 = Insulation Testing
Bit 6 = Manual Insulation Testing
Bit 7 = Spare
Earth Continuity Time Delay
Setting
(ECTIME_ADJ)
EC Time - mS
1 = 80
2 = 120
3 = 160
4 = 200
5 = 300
6 = 400
7 = 500
Insulation Test Result
(MEG_RESULT)
Range = 0-250 for 0 to 25 Meg
Ohms
Result is minimum measured for all
three phases A, B and C
255 = Insulation Test has not been
performed
-9-
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
52
55
53
56
54
55
56
57
58
59
57
58
59
60
61
62
60
63
Description
CT Check Signal Level
(EL_CT_SIG)
Range = 0-160%
IPD Alarm Status
(IPD_ALARM_BYTE)
Bit 0 = Tripped-No Volts
Bit 1 = MC Close Fail
Bit 2 = External MC Open
Bit 3 = Insulation Alarm
Bit 4 = CT Trip
Bit 5 = Spare
Bit 6 = Spare
Bit 7 = Reserved: Do not use
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Checksum (Low order byte of
sum of all IP bytes
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
5.2 IPC TRANSLATION TABLES
Modbus
Word
1
IP
Byte
0
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
Description
IPSI Address
Bits 0..3 = IPSI Address (Range 1-15)
Digital Inputs (DIG_INPUTS)
Bit 0 = Main Contactor fail Flag
Bit 1 = Reserved
Bit 2 = IPC Start Input
Bit 3 = Fan Interlock Read: 0 = Ok to
run
Bit 4 = IPC Lock Digital Input: 0 =
Input closed
Bit 5 = IPC Reset Digital Input: 0 =
Input closed
Bit 6 = MCI Digital Input: 0 = Input
closed
Opto Status (OPTOSTAT)
Bit 0 = Earth Leakage Trip
Bit 1 = Earth Continuity Trip
Bit 2 = E/F Lockout Trip
Bit 3 = Over Current Trip
Bit 4 = Short Circuit Trip
Bit 5 = Main Conttactor Fail
Bit 6 = Insulation Fail
Bit 7 = Running ----Amps
Opto Status/Digital Inputs
(OPTOSTAT+DIG_INPUTS)
Bit 0 = Earth leakage Trip
Bit 1 = Earth Continuity Trip
Bit 2 = Earth Fault Lockout
Bit 3 = Overload
Bit 4 = Short circuit
Bit 5 = MCF Bit
Bit 6 = Insulation Fail
Bit 7 = Outlet Run
Bit 8 = IP2 to IPSI Comms OK
Bit 9 = IPSI to IPC Comms OK
Bit 10 = Fan Interlock Read
Bit 11 = IPC Stop digital Input
Bit 12 = IPC Reset Digital Input
Bit 13 = IPC Lock Digital Input
Bit 14 = IPC MCI Digital Input
Bit 15 = IPC Start Digital Input
Earth Leakage Current (EL_CUR)
Range 0-100%
Pilot Series Resistance
(PILOT_FWD)
Range 0-200%
Pilot Leakage Resistance
(PILOT_REV)
Range 0-120%
Cable Fault Lockout Leakage
(CFLR_LEAK)
Range 0-100%
-10-
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
7
7,8
8
9,10
9
11,12
10
13
11
14
12
15
13
16
14
17
15
18
16
17
19
20
Description
A Phase Current
(CUR_A_BCD_HIGH)
Range 0-999%
B Phase Current
(CUR_B_BCD_HIGH)
Range 0-999%
C Phase Current
(CUR_C_BCD_HIGH)
Range 0-999%
Over Current Trip
(OC TRIP_HIGH)
Range 0-120%
Current Balance (CURRENT_BAL)
Range 0-100%
A Phase Volts (VOLTS_A)
Range 0-120%
B Phase Volts (VOLTS_B)
Range 0-120%
C Phase Volts (VOLTS_C)
Range 0-120%
Trip Status (TRIP_STAT2)
Bit 0 = IPC Memory Error
Bit 1 = RTU Memory Error
Bit 2 = Trip - RTU Offline
Bit 3 = Stopped - RTU PTC
Bit 4 = Stopped - RTU
Bit 5 = I Balance Trip
Bit 6 = Locked Out - Fan
Bit 7 = Stopped IPC
Reserved
IPC Software Version (IPC_SW_VER)
1 = IPB3 V0.1 1994
2 = IPB3 V0.2 1995
3 =IPB4 V0.2 1994, IPB 4 V0.1 1995
5 = IPB5 V 02 1997, IPB4 X 02 1996
6 = IPB5 V 03 1997
7 = IPB5 V 04 1997
8 = IPB6 V 01 1998
9 = IPB6 V 01a 1998
10-19 = Reserved
20 = IPC1 V 01 2001
21 = IPC1 V 02 2002
22 = IPC1 V 03 2004
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
18
21
Description
Current Range Setting
(CUR_RANGE PARAM)
OC I Range A
1 = 60
2 = 64
3 = 68
4 = 72
5 = 76
6 = 80
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
21
24
22
25
23
26
7 = 84
8 = 88
9 = 92
10 = 96
11 = 100
12 = 104
13 = 108
14 = 112
15 = 116
19
20
22
23
Current Multiplier Setting
(CUR_MUL_PARAM)
OC I Mult
1 = 1/8
2 = 1/4
3 = 1/2
4=1
5=2
6=4
Over Current Curve Setting
(OC_CURVE_PARM)
Curve Type
1 = Vinv
2 = m-OL
-11-
Description
Over Current Time Multiplier
(TIME_MULT_PARM)
OC Time Multiplier
1 = 0.05
2 = 0.075
3 = 0.1
4 = 0.15
5 = 0.2
6 = 0.3
7 = 0.4
8 = 0.5
9 = 0.6
10 = 0.7
11 = 0.9
12 = 1.0
13 = 0.04
14 = 0.03
15 = 0.02
16 = 0.015
17 = 0.01
18 = 0.005
Cool Multiplier Setting
(COOL_MUL_PARAM)
Cool Mult
1 = 0.2
2 = 0.3
3 = 0.4
4 = 0.5
5 = 0.8
6 = 1.0
7 = 2.0
8 = 5.0
9 = 10
10 = 20
11 = 50
Current Balance Setting
(CUR_BAL_PARAM)
Cur Bal Trip%
1=5
2 = 10
3 = 20
4 = 50
5 = Off
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
24
27
25
28
26
29
27
30
Description
Short Circuit Setting
(SHORT_CCT_PARAM)
SC I Trip Mult
1 = 3.0
2 = 3.5
3 = 4.0
4 = 4.5
5 = 5.0
6 = 5.5
7 = 6.0
8 = 6.5
9 = 7.0
10 = 7.5
11 = 8.0
12 = 8.5
13 = 9.0
14 = 9.5
15 = 10.0
Short Circuit Trip Time Setting
(SC_TRP_TM_PARAM)
SC Trip Time – mS
1 = 20
2 = 40
3 = 60
4 = 80
5 = 100
6 = 20
7 = 160
Short Circuit Output Relay Selection
(SC_OUT_PARAM)
SC Relay)
1 = CBR
2 = MCR
Earth Leakage Sensitivity Setting
(EL_SENS)
EL Sens – mA
1 = 100
2 = 150
3 = 200
4 = 250
5 = 300
6 = 350
7 = 400
8 = 450
9 = 500
-12-
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
28
31
29
32
30
33
31
34
32
35
Description
Earth Leakage Trip time Setting
(EL_TIME)
EL Time – mS
1 = ins
2 = 150
3 = 190
4 = 230
5 = 270
6 = 310
7 = 350
8 = 390
9 = 430
10 = 470
Pilot Mode Selection
(PILOT MODE)
Pilot Type
1 = RTU
2 = ⏐ >⏐CCM Selection
(VOLTS_SELECT)
(EFLO: CCM Volts
1 = C415
2 = C1k
3 = C3k3
4 = A415
5 = A1k
6 = A3k3
7 = A110
8 = None
Back EMF Timer Selection
(B_EMF_TIME)
B emf Time – Sec
1=2
2=5
3 = 10
4 = 15
5 = 20
Insulation Test Trip Setting
(MEG_LEVEL)
Ins. TstT - MΩ
1 = 0.1
2 = 0.2
3 = 0.5
4 = 1.0
5 = 2.0
6 = 5.0
7 = 10
8 = 15
9 = None
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
33
36
34
37
35
38
36
39
Description
Relay 3 Function Setting
(RELAY_3_FUNC)
Relay 3 Status
1 = OFF
2 = FID
Machine Type Setting
(MACHINE_TYPE)
1 = Belt - Conveyor Belt
2 = SHRr – Shearer
3 = S-Ld - Stage Loader
4 = Hpmp - Hydraulic Pump
5 = Wpmp - Water Pump
6 = cMnr - Continuous Miner
7 = Scar - Shuttle Car
8 = Bk/F - Breaker Feeder
9 = CRsh – Crusher
10 = Fan
11 = DCB
12 = Blank
13 = iFan - Interlocking Fan
14 = AFCm - AFC Main Gate
15 = AFCt - AFC Tail Gate
16 = M-BE -Moveable Boot End
17 = Bolt – Bolter
18 = HRMr - Hard Rock Miner
19 = Winc – Winch
20 = J-bo - Jumbo
21 = bBelt - Belly Belt
22 = Stak - Stacker
23 = aCar Add-Car
24 = IGG - Inert Gas
25 = tBlt - Transfer Belt
26 = Dplg - Dummy Plug
Machine Number Setting
(MACHINE_NUM)
1 – 40 Sets the RTU MC Number
Under Voltage Trip Setting
(UV_TRIP_PARAM)
U/V Trip %
1 = 20
2 = 30
3 = 40
4 = 50
5 = 60
6 = 70
7 = 80
-13-
Modbus
Word
37
IP
Byte
40
38
41
39
42
40
43
41
44
42
45
43
46
44
47
45
48
46
49
47
50
48
51
Description
Pilot Latch Setting (PILOT_LATCH)
1 = On
2 = Off
Fan Current Level Setting
(FAN_LEVEL)
Fan I Level %
1 = 32
2 = 40
3 = 48
4 = 56
5 = 64
6 = 72
7 = 80
8 = 88
9 = 96
RTU RTD1 Temperature
0 to 200 °C, 255 = Offline
RTU RTD 2 Temperature
0 to 200 °C, 255 = Offline
RTU RTD 3 Temperature
0 to 200 °C, 255 = Offline
RTU RTD 4 Temperature
0 to 200 °C, 255 = Offline
RTU CIU Data Byte 0
Range = 0-255, 255 = Offline
RTU CIU Data Byte 1
Range = 0-255, 255 = Offline
RTU Digital Inputs (RTU_DIG_IN)
Bit 0 = RTU Start (1=Start)
Bit 1 = RTU Stop (1=Stop, 0=Allow start)
Bit 2 = RTU PTC
Bit 3 = PLC Data OK
Relay Status (RELAT_STAT)
Bit 0 = RELAY 4 (closed if bit set)
Bit 1 = CBR RELAY (closed if bit set)
Bit 2 = MCR RELAY (closed if bit set)
Bit 3 = RL3 RELAY (closed if bit set)
Bit 4 = Reserved
Bit 5 = Fan Interlock Drive (on if bit is
set)
Bit 6 = Reserved
Bit 7 = Reserved
RTU Software Version
(RTU_SW_VER)
1 = RTU4V4.1
2 = Reserved
3 = RTU4V4.2, RTU5V01
4 = RTU5V02
Remote Start Setting
(REMOTE_CONTROL)
1 = No
2 = Yes
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
Modbus
Word
49
IP
Byte
52
50
53
51
54
52
55
53
56
54
57
55
58
56
59
57
60
58
61
59
62
60
63
Description
IPC Status (IPC_STAT_BYTE)
Bit 0 = Need IPC start
Bit 1 = Need RTU Start
Bit 2 = Outlet Paused
Bit 3 = Closing Main Contactor
Bit 4 = EFLO Testing
Bit 5 = Insulation Testing
Bit 6 = Manual Insulation Testing
Bit 7 = Spare
Earth Continuity Time Delay Setting
(ECTIME_ADJ)
EC Time - mS
1 = 80
2 = 120
3 = 160
4 = 200
5 = 300
6 = 400
7 = 500
Insulation Test Result
(MEG_RESULT)
Range = 0-250 for 0 to 25 Meg Ohms
Result is minimum measured for all three
phases A, B and C
255 = Insulation Test has not been
performed
Reserved
IPC Alarm Status
(IPC_ALARM_BYTE)
Bit 0 = Tripped-No Volts
Bit 1 = MC Close Fail
Bit 2 = External MC Open
Bit 3 = Insulation Alarm
Bit 4 = Spare
Bit 5 = Spare
Bit 6 = Spare
Bit 7 = Reserved: Do not use
RTU CIU Data Byte 2
Range = 0-255, 255 = Offline
RTU CIU Data Byte 3
Range = 0-255, 255 = Offline
RTU CIU Data Byte 4
Range = 0-255, 255 = Offline
RTU CIU Data Byte 5
Range = 0-255, 255 = Offline
RTU CIU Data Byte 6
Range = 0-255, 255 = Offline
RTU CIU Data Byte 7
Range = 0-255, 255 = Offline
Checksum (Low order byte of sum of
all IP bytes
-14-
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
5.3 IPB TRANSLATION TABLES
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7,8
8
9,10
9
11,12
10
13
11
14
12
15
13
16
14
17
15
18
16
17
19
20
Description
IPSI Address
Bits 0..3 = IPSI Address (Range 1-15)
IPSI Address
Bits 0..3 = IPSI Address (Range 1-15)
Bit 8 = IPSI Online
Bit 9 = IPB Online
Digital Inputs (DIG_INPUTS)
Bit 0 = 1 Indicates IPB Relay
Bit 1 = Communications to IPB:
0 = Error
Bit 2 = Fan interlock Read: 0 = Not
ready
Bit 3 = IPB Stop Digital Input: 1 = Input
closed
Bit 4 = IPB Reset Digital Input: 1 =
Input closed
Bit 5 = IPB Lock Digital Input: 1 = Input
closed
Bit 6 = MCI Digital Input: 1 = Input
closed
Bit 7 = IPB Start Digital Input: 1 = Input
closed
Opto Status (OPTOSTAT)
Bit 0 = Earth Leakage Trip
Bit 1 = Earth Continuity Trip
Bit 2 = E/F Lockout Trip
Bit 3 = Over Current Trip
Bit 4 = Short Circuit Trip
Bit 5 = Main Contactor Fail
Bit 6 = Unused
Bit 7 = Running
Opto Status/Digital Inputs
(OPTOSTAT+DIG_INPUTS)
Bit 0 = Earth leakage Trip
Bit 1 = Earth Continuity Trip
Bit 2 = Earth Fault Lockout
Bit 3 = Overload
Bit 4 = Short circuit
Bit 5 = MCF Bit
Bit 6 = Reserved
Bit 7 = Outlet Run
Bit 8 = Relay Type (1=IPB or HPB
0=IPA)
Bit 9 = IPSI to IPB Comms OK
Bit 10 = Fan Interlock Read
Bit 11 = IPB Stop digital Input
Bit 12 = IPB Reset Digital Input
Bit 13 = IPB Lock Digital Input
Bit 14 = IPB MCI Digital Input
Bit 15 = IPB Start Digital Input
Earth Leakage Current (EL_CUR)
Range 0-160%
-15-
Description
Pilot Series Resistance
(PILOT_FWD)
Range 0-120%
Pilot Leakage Resistance
(PILOT_REV)
Range 0-120%
Cable Fault Lockout Leakage
(CFLR_LEAK)
Range 0-100%
A Phase Current
(CUR_A_BCD_HIGH)
Range 0-999%
B Phase Current
(CUR_B_BCD_HIGH)
Range 0-999%
C Phase Current
(CUR_C_BCD_HIGH)
Range 0-999%
Over Current Trip
(OC TRIP_HIGH)
Range 0-120%
Current Balance (CURRENT_BAL)
Range 0-100%
A Phase Volts (VOLTS_A)
Range 0-120%
B Phase Volts (VOLTS_B)
Range 0-120%
C Phase Volts (VOLTS_C)
Range 0-120%
Trip Status (TRIP_STAT)
Bit 0 = IPB Memory Error = 1
Bit 1 = RTU Memory Error = 1
Bit 2 = 0
Bit 3 = 0
Bit 4 = 0
Bit 5 = 0
Bit 6 = 0
Bit 7 = 0
Reserved
Reserved
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
18
21
Description
Current Range Setting
(CUR_RANGE PARAM)
OC I Range A
1 = 60
2 = 64
3 = 68
4 = 72
5 = 76
6 = 80
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
21
24
22
25
23
26
7 = 84
8 = 88
9 = 92
10 = 96
11 = 100
12 = 104
13 = 108
14 = 112
15 = 116
19
20
22
23
Current Multiplier Setting
(CUR_MUL_PARAM)
OC I Mult
1 = 1/8
2=¼
3=½
4=1
5=2
6=4
Over Current Curve Setting
(OC_CURVE_PARM)
Curve Type
1 = Vinv
2 = m-OL
-16-
Description
Over Current Time Multiplier
(TIME_MULT_PARM)
OC Time Multiplier
1 = 0.05
2 = 0.075
3 = 0.1
4 = 0.15
5 = 0.2
6 = 0.3
7 = 0.4
8 = 0.5
9 = 0.6
10 = 0.7
11 = 0.9
12 = 1.0
13 = 0.04
14 = 0.03
15 = 0.02
16 = 0.015
17 = 0.01
18 = 0.005
Cool Multiplier Setting
(COOL_MUL_PARAM)
Cool Mult
1 = 0.2
2 = 0.3
3 = 0.4
4 = 0.5
5 = 0.8
6 = 1.0
7 = 2.0
8 = 5.0
9 = 10
10 = 20
11 = 50
Current Balance Setting
(CUR_BAL_PARAM)
Cur Bal Trip%
1=5
2 = 10
3 = 20
4 = 50
5 = Off
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
29
32
30
33
31
34
32
35
33
36
34
37
Description
Pilot Mode Selection
(PILOT MODE)
Pilot Type
1 = RTU
2 = ⏐ >⏐CCM Selection
(VOLTS_SELECT)
(EFLO: CCM Volts
1 = 415
2 = 1k
3 = 3k3
4 = 110
Back EMF Timer Selection
(B_EMF_TIME)
B emf Time – Sec
1=2
2=5
3 = 10
4 = 15
5 = 20
Reserved
Relay 3 Function Setting
(RELAY_3_FUNC)
Relay 3 Status
1 = OFF
2 = FID
Machine Type Setting
(MACHINE_TYPE)
1 = Belt - Conveyor Belt
2 = SHRr - Shearer
3 = S-Ld - Stage Loader
4 = Hpmp - Hydraulic Pump
5 = Wpmp - Water Pump
6 = cMnr - Continuous Miner
7 = Scar - Shuttle Car
8 = Bk/F - Breaker Feeder
9 = CRsh - Crusher
10 = Fan
11 = DCB
12 = Blank
13 = iFan - Interlocking Fan
14 = AFCm - AFC Main Gate
15 = AFCt - AFC Tail Gate
16 = M-BE -Moveable Boot End
17 = Bolt - Bolter
18 = HRMr - Hard Rock Miner
19 = Winc - Winch
20 = J-bo - Jumbo
21 = bBelt - Belly Belt
22 = Stak - Stacker
23 = aCar Add-Car
24 = IGG - Inert Gas
25 = tBlt - Transfer Belt
26 = Dplg - Dummy Plug
-17-
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
35
38
36
39
37
40
38
41
39
42
40
43
41
44
42
45
43
46
44
47
45
48
Description
Machine Number Setting
(MACHINE_NUM)
1 – 40 Sets the RTU MC Number
Under Voltage Trip Setting
(UV_TRIP_PARAM)
U/V Trip %
1 = 20
2 = 30
3 = 40
4 = 50
5 = 60
6 = 70
7 = 80
Pilot Latch Setting (PILOT_LATCH)
1 = On
2 = Off
Fan Current Level Setting
(FAN_LEVEL)
Fan I Level %
1 = 32
2 = 40
3 = 48
4 = 56
5 = 64
6 = 72
7 = 80
8 = 88
9 = 96
RTU RTD1 Temperature
0 to 200 °C, 255 = Offline
RTU RTD 2 Temperature
0 to 200 °C, 255 = Offline
RTU RTD 3 Temperature
0 to 200 °C, 255 = Offline
RTU RTD 4 Temperature
0 to 200 °C, 255 = Offline
RTU CIU Data Byte 0
Range = 0-255, 255 = Offline
RTU CIU Data Byte 1
Range = 0-255, 255 = Offline
RTU Digital Inputs (RTU_DIG_IN)
Bit 0 = RTU Start: 0 = Closed
Bit 1 = RTU Stop: 0 = Closed
Bit 2 = RTU PTC: 0 = Closed
Bit 3 – 7 = 0
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
Modbus
Word
46
IP
Byte
49
47
50
48
51
49
52
50
53
51
52
53
54
54
55
56
57
55
58
56
59
57
60
58
61
59
62
60
63
Description
Relay Status (RELAT_STAT)
Bit 0 = RELAY 4 (closed if bit set)
Bit 1 = CBR RELAY (closed if bit set)
Bit 2 = MCR RELAY (closed if bit set)
Bit 3 = RL3 RELAY (closed if bit set)
Bit 4 = Reserved
Bit 5 = Fan Interlock Drive (on if bit is
set)
Bit 6 = Reserved
Bit 7 = Reserved
Reserved
Remote Start Setting
(REMOTE_CONTROL)
1 = No
2 = Yes
Reserved
Earth Continuity Time Delay Setting
(ECTIME_ADJ)
EC Time – mS
1 = 80
2 = 120
3 = 160
4 = 200
5 = 300
6 = 400
7 = 500
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
RTU CIU Data Byte 2
Range = 0-255, 255 = Offline
RTU CIU Data Byte 3
Range = 0-255, 255 = Offline
RTU CIU Data Byte 4
Range = 0-255, 255 = Offline
RTU CIU Data Byte 5
Range = 0-255, 255 = Offline
RTU CIU Data Byte 6
Range = 0-255, 255 = Offline
RTU CIU Data Byte 7
Range = 0-255, 255 = Offline
Checksum (Low order byte of sum of
all IP bytes
-18-
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
5.4 IPA V4/5.1TRANSLATION TABLES
Modbus
Word
1
2
IP
Byte
1
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7,8
8
9,10
9
11,12
10
13
11
14
12
15
13
16
Modbus
Word
14
IP
Byte
17
15
18
16
17
19
20
18
21
Description
Digital Inputs (DIG_INPUTS)
Bit 0 = 1 Indicates IPA Relay
Bit 1 = Communications to IPA:
0 = Error
Bit 2 = Fan interlock Read: 0 = Not
ready
Bit 3 = IPA Stop Digital Input: 1 = Input
closed
Bit 4 = IPA Reset Digital Input: 1 =
Input closed
Bit 5 = IPA Lock Digital Input: 1 = Input
closed
Bit 6 = MCI Digital Input: 1 = Input
closed
Bit 7 = IPA Start Digital Input: 1 = Input
closed
Opto Status (OPTOSTAT)
Bit 0 = Earth Leakage Trip
Bit 1 = Earth Continuity Trip
Bit 2 = E/F Lockout Trip
Bit 3 = Over Current Trip
Bit 4 = Short Circuit Trip
Bit 5 = Main Contactor Fail
Bit 6 = Unused
Bit 7 = Running
Earth Leakage Current (EL_CUR)
Range 0-160%
Pilot Series Resistance
(PILOT_FWD)
Range 0-120%
Pilot Leakage Resistance
(PILOT_REV)
Range 0-120%
Cable Fault Lockout Leakage
(CFLR_LEAK)
Range 0-100%
A Phase Current
(CUR_A_BCD_HIGH)
Range 0-999%
B Phase Current
(CUR_B_BCD_HIGH)
Range 0-999%
C Phase Current
(CUR_C_BCD_HIGH)
Range 0-999%
Over Current Trip
(OC TRIP_HIGH)
Range 0-120%
Current Balance (CURRENT_BAL)
Range 0-100%
A Phase Volts (VOLTS_A)
Range 0-120%
B Phase Volts (VOLTS_B)
Range 0-120%
Description
C Phase Volts (VOLTS_C)
Range 0-120%
Trip Status (TRIP_STAT)
Bit 0 = IPB Memory Error = 1
Bit 1 = RTU Memory Error = 1
Bit 2 = 0
Bit 3 = 0
Bit 4 = 0
Bit 5 = 0
Bit 6 = 0
Bit 7 = 0
Reserved
Reserved
Current Range Setting
(CUR_RANGE PARAM)
OC I Range A
1 = 60
2 = 64
3 = 68
4 = 72
5 = 76
6 = 80
7 = 84
8 = 88
9 = 92
10 = 96
11 = 100
12 = 104
13 = 108
14 = 112
15 = 116
-19-
19
22
20
23
Current Multiplier Setting
(CUR_MUL_PARAM)
OC I Mult
1 = 1/8
2 = 1/4
3 = 1/2
4=1
5=2
6=4
Over Current Curve Setting
(OC_CURVE_PARM)
Curve Type
1 = Vinv
2 = m-OL
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
21
24
22
23
25
26
Description
Over Current Time Multiplier
(TIME_MULT_PARM)
OC Time Multiplier
1 = 0.05
2 = 0.075
3 = 0.1
4 = 0.15
5 = 0.2
6 = 0.3
7 = 0.4
8 = 0.5
9 = 0.6
10 = 0.7
11 = 0.9
12 = 1.0
13 = 0.04
14 = 0.03
15 = 0.02
16 = 0.015
17 = 0.01
18 = 0.005
Cool Multiplier Setting
(COOL_MUL_PARAM)
Cool Mult
1 = 0.2
2 = 0.3
3 = 0.4
4 = 0.5
5 = 0.8
6 = 1.0
7 = 2.0
8 = 5.0
9 = 10
10 = 20
11 = 50
Current Balance Setting
(CUR_BAL_PARAM)
Cur Bal Trip%
1=5
2 = 10
3 = 20
4 = 50
5 = Off
-20-
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
24
27
25
28
26
29
27
30
28
31
Description
Short Circuit Setting
(SHORT_CCT_PARAM)
SC I Trip Mult
1 = 3.0
2 = 3.5
3 = 4.0
4 = 4.5
5 = 5.0
6 = 5.5
7 = 6.0
8 = 6.5
9 = 7.0
10 = 7.5
11 = 8.0
12 = 8.5
13 = 9.0
14 = 9.5
15 = 10.0
Short Circuit Trip Time Setting
(SC_TRP_TM_PARAM)
SC Trip Time – mS
1 = 20
2 = 40
3 = 60
4 = 80
5 = 100
Short Circuit Output Relay Selection
(SC_OUT_PARAM)
SC Relay)
1 = CBR
2 = MCR
Earth Leakage Sensitivity Setting
(EL_SENS)
EL Sens – mA
1 = 100
2 = 150
3 = 200
4 = 250
5 = 300
6 = 350
7 = 400
8 = 450
9 = 500
Earth Leakage Trip time Setting
(EL_TIME)
EL Time – mS
1 = ins
2 = 150
3 = 190
4 = 230
5 = 270
6 = 310
7 = 350
8 = 390
9 = 430
10 = 470
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
29
32
30
33
31
34
32
35
33
36
Description
Pilot Mode Selection
(PILOT MODE)
Pilot Type
1 = RTU
2 = ⏐ >⏐CCM Selection
(VOLTS_SELECT)
(EFLO: CCM Volts
1 = 415
2 = 1k
3 = 3k3
4 = 110
Back EMF Timer Selection
(B_EMF_TIME)
B emf Time –Sec
1=2
2=5
3 = 10
4 = 15
5 = 20
Main Contactor Mode Selection
(IPA V5.1 Only)
1 = Normal
2 = Dual
Relay 3 Function Setting
(RELAY_3_FUNC)
Relay 3 Status
1 = OFF
2 = CTR
-21-
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
5.5 HPB TRANSLATION TABLES
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
5
5
6
6
7
7,8
8
9,10
9
11,12
10
13
11
14
12
15
13
16
14
17
15
18
16
17
18
19
20
21
19
22
20
23
Description
IPSI Address
Bits 0..3 = IPSI Address (Range 115)
IPSI Address
Bits 0..3 = IPSI Address (Range 115)
Bit 8 = IPSI Online
Bit 9 = HPB Online
Digital Inputs (DIG_INPUTS)
Bit 0 = 1 Indicates HPB Relay
Bit 1 = Communications to HPB: 0 =
Error
Bit 2 = Undefined
Bit 3 = HPB Stop Digital Input: 1 =
Input closed
Bit 4 = HPB Reset Digital Input: 1 =
Input closed
Bit 5 = HPB Lock Digital Input: 1 =
Input closed
Bit 6 = MCI Digital Input: 1 = Input
closed
Bit 7 = HPB Start Digital Input: 1 =
Input closed
Opto Status (OPTOSTAT)
Bit 0 = Earth Leakage Trip
Bit 1 = Earth Continuity Trip
Bit 2 = E/F Lockout Trip
Bit 3 = Over Current Trip
Bit 4 = Short Circuit Trip
Bit 5 = Main Contactor Fail
Bit 6 = Unused
Bit 7 = Running
Opto Status/Digital Inputs
(OPTOSTAT+DIG_INPUTS)
Bit 0 = Earth Leakage Trip
Bit 1 = Earth Continuity Trip
Bit 2 = E/F Lockout Trip
Bit 3 = Over Current Trip
Bit 4 = Short Circuit Trip
Bit 5 = Main Contactor Fail
Bit 6 = Unused
Bit 7 = Running
Bit 8 = 1 Indicates HPB Relay
Bit 9 = Communications to HPB: 0 =
Error
Bit 10 = Undefined
Bit 11 = HPB Stop Digital Input: 1 =
Input closed
Bit 12 = HPB Reset Digital Input: 1
= Input closed
Bit 13 = HPB Lock Digital Input: 1 =
Input closed
Bit 14 = MCI Digital Input: 1 = Input
closed
Bit 15 = HPB Start Digital Input: 1 =
Input closed
Earth Leakage Current (EL_CUR)
Range 0-110%
Pilot Series Resistance
(PILOT_FWD)
Range 0-150%
-22-
Description
Pilot Leakage Resistance
(PILOT_REV)
Range 0-120%
Phase A Leakage Level
Range 0-100 MΩ
A Phase Current
(CUR_A_BCD_HIGH)
Range 0-999%
B Phase Current
(CUR_B_BCD_HIGH)
Range 0-999%
C Phase Current
(CUR_C_BCD_HIGH)
Range 0-999%
Over Current Trip
(OC TRIP_HIGH)
Range 0-120%
Current Balance
(CURRENT_BAL)
Range 0-100%
A Phase Volts (VOLTS_A)
Range 0-140%
B Phase Volts (VOLTS_B)
Range 0-140%
C Phase Volts (VOLTS_C)
Range 0-140%
Trip Status (TRIP_STAT)
Bit 0 = HPB Memory: 1 = Error
Bit 1 = RTU Memory: 1 = Error
Reserved
Reserved
Current Range Setting
(CUR_RANGE PARAM)
OC I Range A
1 = 60
2 = 64
3 = 68
4 = 72
5 = 76
6 = 80
7 = 84
8 = 88
9 = 92
10 = 96
11 = 100
12 = 104
13 = 108
14 = 112
15 = 116
Current Multiplier Setting
(CUR_MUL_PARAM)
OC I Mult
1 = 1/8
2 = 1/4
3 = 1/2
4=1
5=2
6=4
Over Current Curve Setting
(OC_CURVE_PARM)
Curve Type
1 = Vinv
2 = xInv
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
Modbus
Word
21
IP
Byte
24
22
25
23
26
24
27
25
28
26
29
Description
Over Current Time Multiplier
(TIME_MULT_PARM)
1 = 0.05
2 = 0.075
3 = 0.1
4 = 0.15
5 = 0.2
6 = 0.3
7 = 0.4
8 = 0.5
9 = 0.6
10 = 0.7
11 = 0.8
12 = 0.9
13 = 1.0
Reserved
Current Balance Setting
(CUR_BAL_PARAM)
Cur Bal Trip%
1=5
2 = 10
3 = 20
4 = 50
5 = Off
Short Circuit Setting
(SHORT_CCT_PARAM)
SC I Trip Mult
1 = 3.0
2 = 3.5
3 = 4.0
4 = 4.5
5 = 5.0
6 = 5.5
7 = 6.0
8 = 6.5
9 = 7.0
10 = 7.5
11 = 8.0
12 = 8.5
13 = 9.0
14 = 9.5
15 = 10
Short Circuit Trip Time Setting
(SC_TRP_TM_PARAM)
SC Trip Time – mS
1 = 40
2 = 60
3 = 80
4 = 100
5 = 120
6 = 160
Short Circuit Output Relay
Selection
(SC_OUT_PARAM)
SC Relay)
1 = CBR
2 = MCR
-23-
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
27
30
28
31
29
32
30
33
31
34
32
35
33
36
Description
Earth Leakage Sensitivity Setting
(EL_SENS)
EL Sens – mA
1 < 200
2 < 300
3 < 400
4 < 500
5 < 600
6 < 700
7 < 800
8 < 900
9 < 1000
Earth Leakage Trip time Setting
(EL_TIME)
EL Time – mS
1 = ins
2 = 150
3 = 190
4 = 230
5 = 270
6 = 310
7 = 350
8 = 390
9 = 430
10 = 470
Pilot Mode Selection
(PILOT MODE)
Pilot Type
1 = HTU
2 = Res
EFLO Select
(EFLO_SELECT)
EF - M Ohm
1=2
2=5
3 = 10
4 = 20
5 = 50
6 = Off
Back EMF Timer Selection
(B_EMF_TIME)
B emf Time – Sec
1=2
2=5
3 = 10
4 = 15
5 = 20
6 = 25
7 = 30
8 = 35
9 = 40
Phase B Leakage Level
Range 0-100 MΩ
Phase C Leakage Level
Range 0-100 MΩ
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
Modbus
Word
IP
Byte
34
37
35
38
36
39
37
40
38
41
Description
Machine Type Setting
(MACHINE_TYPE)
1 = DrgL - Dragline
2 = Shvl - Shovel
3 = Dril - Drill
4 = pSTx – Portable Starting
Transformer
5 = Wpmp - Water Pump
6 = Blank
Machine Number Setting
(MACHINE_NUM)
1 – 40 Sets the RTU MC Number
Under Voltage Trip Setting
(UV_TRIP_PARAM)
U/V Trip %
1 = None
2 = 30
3 = 40
4 = 50
5 = 60
6 = 70
7 = 80
Pilot Latch Setting
(PILOT_LATCH)
1 = On
2 = Off
Earth Fault Lockout Time Setting
(EF_LOCKOUT_TIME)
EF Lockout Time Seconds
1 = 10
2 = 15
3 = 20
39
40
41
42
43
44
42
43
44
45
46
47
45
48
46
49
47
48
49
50
51
52
4 = 25
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
RTU Digital Inputs
(RTU_DIG_IN)
Bit 0 = HTU Run
Bit 1 = HTU Online
Relay Status (RELAT_STAT)
Bit 0 = RELAY 4 (closed if bit set)
Bit 1 = CBR RELAY (closed if bit
set)
Bit 2 = MCR RELAY (closed if bit
set)
Bit 3 = RL3 RELAY (closed if bit
set)
Bit 4 = Reserved
Bit 5 = Undefined
Bit 6 = Heart Beat LED Drive
Bit 7 = MCF Trip Flag
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
-24-
Modbus
Word
50
IP
Byte
53
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
60
63
Description
EC Time
(ECTIME_ADJ)
1 = 300ms
2 = 400ms
3 = 500ms
4 = 600ms
5 = 800ms
6 = 1s
7 = 1.2s
8 = 1.5s
9 = 2s
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Checksum (Low order byte of sum
of all IP bytes
DNET-IP2 USER MANUAL ISSUE 4
6. I.S. Communications
Power Supply
An intrinsically safe link consisting of
approved IS Barriers is required to allow
Integrated Protection Relays to transmit their
data from a hazardous area to a remote PLC.
The equipment in the hazardous area must be
enclosed in a flameproof enclosure.
Supply Volts:
110V / 20V-0V-20V 15 VA (DIN Rail Mount)
Dimensions:
55 W x 75 D x 110 H mm
8. Equipment List
101270 DNET-IP2 Protocol Converter
101539 DNET-IP2 Power Supply
110V/20V-0V-20V, 15 VA
101501 IPSI-IP Serial Interface Module
6.1 PLC RS232 IS Link
The IS link consists of two MTL 3058 general
purpose serial data interfaces and associated
MTL 3991 24V DC power supplies. (See
Connection Diagram, Drawing DNET-E-012,
Page 25).
A standard Belden type cable, connected
between the two serial data interfaces would
allow communications up to a distance of 2
kilometres at the communication rate of 9600
baud.
6.2 PLC RS485/RS422 IS Link
The IS link consists of two MTL 776AC or
P&F 955 passive IS Barriers per DNET-IP2
System. Multiple DNET-IP2 Systems may be
able to be multi drop connected in hazardous
areas depending on cable parameters.
A standard Belden type cable, connected
between the IS Barriers would allow
communications up to a distance of 500 metres
at the communication rate of 9600 baud (See
Drawing DNET-E-011, Page 26).
7. Specifications
Controller
Supply Volts:
20V-0V-20V AC ± 10%, 15VA
L1 Operating Range:
Series resistance 250 ohms
Shunt Resistance 1000 ohms
Capacitance 0.1 μf
Communications:
Baud Rate 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600
Protocol – Modbus, IP2 and IP
Dimensions:
100 W x 75 D x 110 H mm (DIN Rail Mount)
-25-
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement