Conel CDA 70 Service manual

Conel CDA 70 Service manual
CONTENTS
Contents
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2.
Safety instructions
Description of the CDA70 radio modem
2.1. General
2.2. Examples of possibles aplications
2.3. Description of individual components
2.3.1. Radio component
2.3.2. Modem component
2.3.3. Microcomputer
2.3.4. Inputs and outputs for telemetry
2.3.5. User interface protocols
2.3.6. Technical parameters
2.4. Radio modem status indication
2.5. User interfaces (connectors)
2.5.1. Connection of PORT1, PORT2 and PORT3 connectors (RS232)
2.5.2. Connection of PORT1 connectors (MBUS)
2.5.3. Connection of PORT2 connectors (RS485G)
2.5.4. Connection of PORT3 connectors (ETHERNET)
2.5.2. Connection of I/O connector (RJ45 panel socket)
2.5.3. Power supply connector (PWDD)
2.6. Antenna connection
2.7. Power supply
2.8. Port technical specification
2.9. Configuration of radio modem
2.10. Service cable
2.11. Accessories
2.12. Additional accessories
Mechanical drawing of CDA70 and recommendations for montage
2.13.
Product marking
2.14.
2.15.
Assembly procedure
Product label
2.16.
3. CIO - analogue inputs and binary outputs
3.1. Introduction
3.2. Description of multi-purpose signal evaluation and reception
3.2.1. Analogue input
3.2.2. Binary output
3.2.3. I/O signals inside CDA70
3.2.4. I/O signals parameters
3.3. Measuring other CDA70 signals
3.3.1. Measuring the supply voltage
3.3.2. Measuring internal CDA70 temperature
3.3.3. Measuring DSR output signal level
3.4. Output signal for disconnection of supply voltage
3.5. Technical parameters
3.6. Setting CIO parameters
3.6.1. Activation of CIO signals
3.6.2. CIO communication parameters
3.6.3. CIO active mode parameters
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3.7. Connecting CIO signals to user device
Reference
Links to related products of the manufacturer
5.1. Systems
5.2. Protocols
5.3. Software
5.4. Products
6. Complaints procedure
7. Warranty
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Used symbols
Danger – important notice, which may have an influence on the user’s safety or the function of
the device.
Attention – notice on possible problems, which can arise to in specific cases.
Information, notice – information, which contains useful advices or special interest.
Conel s.r.o., Sokolska 71, 562 04 Usti nad Orlici, Czech Republic
Issue in CZ, 12/13/2007
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Safety instructions
Please observe the following safety instructions:
•
The communication module has to be used in accordance with all applicable international
and national laws or any special regulations that may govern its use for particular
applications and devices.
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Use only the original Conel company accessories. Thus you will prevent possible health
risks and damage to the devices and ensure compliance with all relevant provisions.
Unauthorised adjustments or use of unapproved accessories may result in damage to the
module and breach of applicable laws. Use of unapproved adjustments or accessories
may lead to cancellation of guarantee, which has no effects on your legal rights.
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Voltage on the communication module supply connector shall not be exceeded.
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Do not expose the communication module to extreme conditions. Protect it from dust,
moisture and heat.
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It is recommended not to use the communication module at petrol stations. We remind
users to observe the limitations of radio devices use at pump stations, chemical plants or
where explosives are being used.
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You have to be extremely careful when using the communication module in proximity to
medical devices, such as pacemakers or hearing aids.
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It is recommended to create a proper copy or backup of all the important settings saved
in the device's memory, to database by help program Radwin, reference [1].
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2. Description of the CDA70 radio modem
2.1. General
The CDA70 radio modem is a device for wireless data transmission. Communication
between two radio modems is a simplex one and is carried out on a single frequency. Modems
work in frequency band of 143 to 174 MHz (CDA70V) and 403 to 470 MHz (CDA70U).
Transmission rate is 21.7 kbit/sec when using the FFSK modulation and channel spacing 20
and 25 kHz or 10.8 kbit/sec when using channel spacing 12.5 kHz. Transmission rate is 10.8
kbit/sec when using the GMSK modulation and channel spacing 20 and 25 kHz or 5.4 kbit/sec
when using channel spacing 12.5 kHz. Transmission power output of the radio modem is
adjustable from 10 mW to 5 W.
The CDA70 radio data modem is controlled by a 32-bit communication processor
providing communication on the radio channel and individual interfaces. The CDA70 modem
has four serial data interfaces (communication ports) and one with direct attachment
of input/output peripherals for data collection and CIO technological process control. It is
possible to set transfer parameters and communication protocol separately for each port.
As a result, you may use the radio modem to communicate with various user interfaces using
different communication protocols on the serial interface.
The communication protocol used for communication between modems on the radio
channel provides for access of the modem to the radio channel, collision solving,
retranslations and other functions necessary for cooperation of modems within a radio data
network. It allows creating of a large network on a single radio channel and independent
operation of multiple radio networks on a single frequency. The radio data modem CDA-70 is
possible to use in combination with other modems of the system AGNES. Description
of the system AGNES is in reference [2].
2.2. Examples of possible applications
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Security systems
Telematics
Telemetry
Vending and dispenser machines
2.3. Description of individual components
2.3.1.
Radio component
Working frequency of the radio component is synthetizer-controlled separately for
reception and transmission. It is tuneable within a broad frequency band (see Technical
parameters table). Several levels of the radio module transmitter power output can be set
(from 10 mW to 5 W). The controlling microcomputer program controls setting of the working
frequency and transmitting power output. The radio module supplies the microcomputer
with information on the radio signal level being received (RSSI – Received Signal Strength
Indicator). This information is used for measuring of the signal strength between individual
nodes of the radio network.
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2.3.2.
Modem component
The modem part converts digital bit flow from the microcomputer to the FFSK or GMSK
analogue modulation, which is brought to the transmitter of the radio data module. And vice
versa, it converts analogue signal from the receiver to digital bit flow to the microcomputer.
The modem part is designed on the basis of a CML integrated circuit.
2.3.3.
Microcomputer
The base of the radio data modem controlling microcomputer is represented by a 32-bit
processor with 1 MB of RAM, 512 kB of FLASH ROM and real time clock circuit with a back-up
power supply.
On one side, the microcomputer is connected to the radio data module via the modem
component; on the side of user interface, it is connected to circuits generating signals within
the RS232, RS485, MBUS or Ethernet standard levels. The microcomputer provides for
connection of up to four user interfaces. All ports are terminated by RJ45 connectors marked
PORT1, PORT2, PORT3 and ETH. All RS232 ports are protected against overvoltage
incoming via data cable. If a device with RS485 interface is to be connected, a level converter
suitable for the appropriate application can be connected to the serial port. Different converters
will be used in case of connection on a short distance or in case galvanic separation is
necessary. The modem's microcomputer can be set for necessary control of the converter
(RS485). To each interface, a device with different communication protocol can be connected i.e. the microcomputer can also work as a converter of protocols between individual serial
ports. The wide range of radio modem functions can be set via any of RS232 communication
ports.
In addition, the microprocessor manages numerous functions of servicing
and installation purposes. Apart from other important information, the microcomputer memory
records data transmission statistics, strength of signals from individual radio modems,
statistics of communication on individual serial ports, power failures, voltage of backup power
source and temperature inside the radio data modem. See Service manual for description
of service functions.
Configuration of the CDA70 radio data modem is stored in the permanent FLASH ROM
memory. See the Configuration of radio modem chapter for description of its settings.
2.3.4.
Inputs and outputs for telemetry
As an option, customers may wish to install inputs and outputs for data collection
and controlling of technological processes in the radio modem. These signals are then led
to an RJ45 connector marked I/O. Five signals are led to this connector. Each of them can be
used either as input or output. Input is analogue 0 to 5V or digital with adjustable threshold.
The output is an open collector able to switch up to 500 mA. Reading and control of I/O signals
is possible both via the radio data network and from any serial RS232 interface. Two radio
data modems can make up a simple technology control, where changes on one modem input
signals can control remote output signals of the other modem and vice versa.
For multi-purpose usage, we supply an interface between the I/O connector
and the technology providing configurable voltage and current inputs, inputs for resistance
measurement (thermometers, barometers etc.), binary inputs with optical isolation and relay
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outputs. With the equipment you may establish simple telemetry at low cost, without the use
of industrial control automat.
2.3.5.
User interface protocols
For user interface, a range of standard protocols is implemented:
• AT modem
• PROFIBUS
• MBUS
• MODBUS
• Asynchronous transparent line
• Transparent bus
• Sauter
• IWKA
• SBUS
• RADOM
• RDS
New protocols, currently not supported by the radio modem, can be implemented
according to the customer's needs.
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2.3.6.
Technical parameters
Frequency band
Adjustment of working frequency
Adjustment of working frequency of
receiver and transmitter
Adjustment of channel spacing
Output power
Receiver sensitivity for 10 dB SINAD
Reception / transmission switching time
Maximum transmission rate
Type of modulation
Radio modem
complies with
standards:
Radio parameters
EMC
Power safety
Operation
Storage
Supply voltage (car dashboard)
Current
Reception
Transmission 5 W
Stand by
Dimensions
Weight
Antenna connector
User interface
PORT1
PORT2
PORT3
ETHERNET
I/O
Temperature range
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143 – 174 MHz (CDA70V version)
403 – 470 MHz (CDA70U version)
program
separate for each part
12.5, 20 and 25 kHz – program
10 mW to 5W – program setting
-100 dBm FFSK
-105 dBm GMSK
< 4 msec
21.7 kbit/sec for channel spacing of 20 and 25 kHz
10.8 kbit/sec for channel spacing of 12.5 kHz
FFSK, GMSK
ETSI EN 300 113-2 V1.1.1:2002
EN 301 489-5:2001, EN 55022:2001,
EN 61000-3-2:2001
EN 60 950:2001
-20 °C to +55 °C
-40 °C to +85 °C
+10.8 to +15.6V DC
190 mA
1500 mA
25 mA
43x104x98 mm (DIN35 attachment to board)
600g
BNC – 50 Ohm
See. chapter 2.5.1
See. chapter 2.5.2
See. chapter 2.5.3
See. chapter 2.5.4
See. chapter 2.5.5
CDA70 MODEM DESCRIPTION
2.4.
Radio modem status indication
Seven LED status indicators informing of the radio data modem status are located
on the front panel. They are arranged in three arrays:
Colour
GREEN
Group
PWR
TX
RED
YELLOW
RF
GREEN
RX
DATA
GREEN
RED
Meaning
PORT1PORT3,
ETH
TX
DATA
Flashing once a sec………..proper function
Flashing 10 times a sec. ……...power of radio module off
Permanently on ...... error
Permanently off ..... no power +12V
Double flashing …. data reception on VF channel, level <100dBm
Modem is sending data to radio channel
Receiving synchronisation or data from radio channel
Data received from radio channel are intended for this
modem
Transmission to one of serial ports (PORT1 ... PORT3, ETH)
Modem is receiving correct data from one of serial ports
(PORT1 .. PORT3, ETH)
2.5. User interfaces (connectors)
The rear panel of the radio modem contains up five RJ45 connectors. Four data
interfaces are labelled PORT1, PORT2, PORT3 and ETH. The fifth connector with I/O label is
intended for direct connection of inputs/outputs for data collection and technology control. The
technology control and data collection can be supplied as an optional accessory upon request
of the customer.
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2.5.1.
Connection of PORT1, PORT2 and PORT3 connectors (RS232)
(RS232 – DCE – Data Communication Equipment)
Pin
number
1
2
3
4
Signal
mark
RTS
CTS
DTR
DSR
5
6
7
8
GND
RXD
CD
TXD
Description
Data flow direction
Request To Send
Clear To Send
Data Terminal Ready
Data Set Ready - connected to +12V through 560
Ohm resistor
GROUND - signal ground
Receive Data
Carrier Detect
Transmit Data
Circuit example of the meter with modem CDA70:
Pin 1 – RTS
Pin 2 – CTS
Pin 3 – DTR
Pin 4 – DSR
Pin 5 – GND
Pin 6 – RXD
Pin 7 – CD
Pin 8 – TXD
Meter
Modem CDA70
Circuit example of the PC with modem CDA70:
Cable KD-2
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PWR
CIO
PORT3
PORT2
PORT1
Modem CDA70
ETH
the cable KD2 is connected to serial PC port (example COM1)
Circuit example of the RS232 equipment with modem CDA70:
Cable KD-2
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PWR
CIO
PORT3
PORT2
PORT1
Modem CDA70
ETH
Input
Output
Input
Output
Output
Output
Input
CDA70 MODEM DESCRIPTION
2.5.2.
Connection of PORT1 connectors (MBUS)
Panel socket RJ45
Pin
Signal
number
mark
1
SGND
2
SGND
3
TxRx4
TxRx+
5
TxRx6
TxRx+
7
+12V EXT
8
+12V EXT
Description
Data flow direction
Signal and supply ground
Signal and supply ground
MBUS B (-)
MBUS A (+)
MBUS B (-)
MBUS A (+)
External power supply +10,8 ÷ +15,6V
External power supply +10,8 ÷ +15,6V
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
ATTENTION! External supply is for converter MBUS!
The converter must have external power supply because of galvanic separated.
Circuit example of the meter with modem CDA70:
Pin 1 – SGND
Pin 2 – SGND
Pin 3 – MBUS (-)
Pin 4 – MBUS (+)
Pin 5 – MBUS (-)
Pin 6 – MBUS (+)
Pin 7 – +12V EXT
Pin 8 – +12V EXT
Meter
Modem CDA70
DC
+
2.5.3.
Connection of PORT2 connectors (RS485G)
Panel socket RJ45
Pin
Signal
number
mark
1
GND
2
GND
3
TxRx4
TxRx+
5
TxRx6
TxRx+
7
+12V EXT
8
+12V EXT
Description
Signal and supply ground
Signal and supply ground
RS485 B (-)
RS485 A (+)
RS485 B (-)
RS485 A (+)
External power supply +10,8 ÷ +15,6V
External power supply +10,8 ÷ +15,6V
Data flow direction
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
ATTENTION! External supply is for converter RS485G!
The converter must have external power supply because of galvanic separated.
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Circuit example of the meter with modem CDA70:
Pin 1 – SGND
Pin 2 – SGND
Pin 3 – RS485 (-)
Pin 4 – RS485 (+)
Pin 5 – RS485 (-)
Pin 6 – RS485 (+)
Pin 7 – +12V EXT
Pin 8 – +12V EXT
Meter
Modem CDA70
DC
+
2.5.4.
Connection of ETH connectors (ETHERNET)
Panel socket RJ45
Pin
Signal mark
number
1
TXD+
2
TXD3
RXD+
4
DNC
5
DNC
6
RXD7
DNC
8
DNC
Data flow
direction
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Description
Transmit Data
Transmit Data
Receive Data
----Receive Data
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Input/Output
ATTENTION! Port ETH is not with POE (Power Over Ethernet) compatible!
Circuit example of the CDA70 with to equipment with Ethernet:
UTP cable
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PWR
CIO
PORT3
PORT2
PORT1
Modem CDA70
ETH
CDA70 MODEM DESCRIPTION
2.5.5.
Connection of I/O connector
Panel socket RJ45
Pin
Signal mark
Description
number
1
I/O 5
Input/Output - analogue or binary input or binary
output (open collector)
2
I/O 4
Input/Output - analogue or binary input or binary
output (open collector)
3
I/O 3
Input/Output - analogue or binary input or binary
output (open collector)
4
+12V
Output + 12V for supply of other circuits
(connected directly to modem supply)
5
GND
Signal and supply ground
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I/O 2
Input/Output - analogue or binary input or binary
output (open collector)
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I/O 1
Input/Output - analogue or binary input or binary
output (open collector)
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Service
For servicing purposes only
Circuit example of the meter with modem CDA70:
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Data flow
direction
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
CDA70 MODEM DESCRIPTION
2.5.6.
Power supply connector (PWDD)
Pin
number
1
Signal mark
+12V
Positive pole of supply voltage
2
GND
Negative pole of supply voltage
3
PWRSV
4
IN1
Description
Open collector output (Power Save) for controlling of supply voltage
of the whole radio modem, see chapter 3.4
Input -power failure supervision. (Analogue input 0-16V)
On the power supply connector it is possible to use the signal INAC (NAP230) for
present AC voltage monitoring for power supply (it can be functional only in case of supply
accumulator backup).
Beware, on INAC (NAP230) input it isn't possible connect link voltage 230 V direct!
Circuit example:
DC supply
DC
+
Pin 1 – +12V
Pin 2 – GND
Pin 3 – PWRSV
Pin 4 – INAC
Modem CDA70
DC supply with backup battery with present supply monitoring
Pin 1 – +12V
Pin 2 – GND
Pin 3 – PWRSV
Pin 4 – INAC
DC
+
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Modem CDA70
CDA70 MODEM DESCRIPTION
DC supply with backup battery without present supply monitoring
Pin 1 – +12V
Pin 2 – GND
Pin 3 – PWRSV
Pin 4 – INAC
DC
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2.6. Antenna connection
Antenna is connected to the radio data modem via a BNC connector located on the
side panel.
2.7. Power supply
Supply voltage working range of the radio modem is +10.8 to +15.6V dc (12V
accumulator). Current consumption during reception is 190 mA. During transmission, current
consumption depends on the transmission output (1500 mA for 5 W). For proper function, it is
necessary that the power source can supply peak current of 2000mA.
2.8. Ports technical specifications
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RS232
Name of product
Power supply
Environment
Standards
RS232 specifications
(EN 1434)
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-20 .. +55 C
-20 .. +85 C
EN 55022/B
ETS 300 342
EN 60950
15 mA
230400 bps
±30 V
20 m
RS485
External
Internal
Supply power
Supply current
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Emission
Immunity
Safety
Max. devices (each 1,5 mA)
Max. bit rate
Overload detection
Short circuit strength
Max. total cable length
(300Bd, 200nF/km)
10,8 .. 15,6 V
....
Max. 30 W
Max. 250 mA
-20 .. +55 C
-20 .. +85 C
EN 55022/B
ETS 300 342
EN 60950
256
38400 bps
250 mA
Permanent
1200 m
RS485
Name of product
Power supply
Environment
Standards
RS485 specifications
(EN 1434)
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RS232
Internal
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Emission
Immunity
Safety
Max. operating bus current
Max. bit rate
Max. overvoltage
Max. total cable length
(300Bd, 200nF/km)
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MBUS
Name of port
Power supply
Environment
Standards
M-Bus specifications
(EN 1434)
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10,8 .. 15,6 V
Max. 30 W
-20 .. +55 C
-20 .. +85 C
EN 55022/B
ETS 300 342
EN 60950
30
60 mA
100 mA
Permanent
36 .. 43 V
24 .. 31 V
1000 m
Ethernet
Port
Power supply
Environment
Standards
Ethernet specification
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MBUS
Voltage
Supply power
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Emission
Immunity
Safety
Max. devices (each 1,5 mA)
Max. operating bus current
Overload detection
Short circuit strength
Bus voltage mark
Bus voltage space
Max. total cable length
(300Bd, 200nF/km)
ETH
Internal
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Emission
Immunity
Safety
Max. virtual communicate
channels number
Max. bit rate
Max. total cable length
(300Bd, 200nF/km)
...
-20 .. +55 C
-20 .. +85 C
EN 55022/B
ETS 300 342
EN 60950
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100 Mbps
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2.9. Configuration of radio modem
The Radwin configuration program [1] has been designed to set up the CDA70 radio
data modem. The software is created for MS WINDOWS NT/98/ME/2000/XP/Vista platforms.
See User manual - Radwin software for description of the software. A service cable is
designated to connect the modem with a PC. After the service cable is connected to any of the
three RS232 serial ports and the service SW runs on the connected PC, it is possible to
execute not only all the needed radio modem settings but service interventions in the radio
data network as well.
Data cable KD-2
2.10.
Service cable
CDA70 - PC connection cable with DCR and GND signals connected at 100 Ohm. It is
made from normal data cable by adding service interconnection. It is necessary to
interconnect all eight signals between CDA 70 and PC. See description of the RJ45 connector
in chapter 2.5.1.
Service interconnection to the data cable
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2.11.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Power supply connector for a power supply cable
Three RJ45 connectors to complete the data cable by snapping to the cable.
Compliance certificate
Complaint procedure
Warranty
2.12.
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Accessories
Additional accessories
CIO-ReO-2 – expansion module with relay output
CIO-OpI-2 – expansion module with binary input
CIO-AnI-2 – expansion module with analogy input
KD-51 cable for CIO modules connection
CDA70 MODEM DESCRIPTION
2.13. Mechanical drawing of CDA70 and recommendations for montage
For the majority of applications with a built-in modem in a switch board it is possible to
recognize two sorts of environments:
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nonpublic and industry environment of low voltage with high interference,
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public environment of low voltage without high interference.
For both of these environments it is possible to mount modems to the switch board,
which it doesn't need to have no examination immunity or issues in connection with EMC
according to EN 60439-1+A1.
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For compliance of EN 60439 - 1 + A1 specification it is necessary observe next
assembly of the modem to the switch - board:
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round antenna we recommend to observe a distance of 6 cm from cables and metal
surfaces on every side according to the next picture due to the elimination
of interference, while using an external antenna except for the switch-board it is
necessary to fit a lightening conductor,
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for single cables we recommend to bind the bunch according to the following picture,
for this use we recommend:
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length of the bunch (combination of power supply and data cables) can
be maximum 1,5 m, if length of data cables exceeds 1,5 m or in the
event of, the cable leads towards the switch - board, we recommend to
use fit over – voltage protectors (surge suppressors),
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with data cables they mustn't carry cable with reticular tension
~ 230 V/50 Hz,
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all signals to sensors must be twisted pair.
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sufficient space must be left before individual connectors for handling of cables,
•
for correct function of the modem we recommend to use in switch - board earthbonding distribution frame for grounding of power supply of modem, data cables and
antenna,
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the circuit diagram of modem is on the following pictures.
CDA70 MODEM DESCRIPTION
2.14. Product marking
Marking
Antenna
connector
Power supply
Other
CDA-70-XX-YY
BNC
+10,8 to 15,6 V DC
CIO
XX – frequency band U
V
403 to 470 MHz
143 to 174 MHz
YY – port
configuration
3x RS232
1x MBUS + 1x RS485 + 1x RS232
1x Ethernet + 3 x RS232
1x Ethernet + 1x MBUS + 1x RS485 + 1x RS232
1x CAN
1x RS232 + 2x RS485
3
4M
E
EM
C
4
Example: CDA-70-U-3 is radiomodem for band 403-470 MHz with 3x RS232.
2.15. Assembly procedure
The radio data modem CDA70 is designed as a standard for:
1. DIN 35 mm rail assembly using plastic grips.
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2. DIN 35 mm rail assembly using plastic grips from back side.
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2.16. Product label
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CIO DESCRIPTION
3. CIO - analogue inputs and binary outputs
3.1. Introduction
CDA70 is equipped with a user interface (I/O) for scanning and processing of analogue
signals and for controlling (setting) of binary signals. The user can use five adjustable inputs
outputs, which are placed on the I/O connector at the back panel of the module. It is possible
to use INAC (INAC) signal on the supply connector for checking the presence of DC voltage
for power source (can be functional only if there is accumulator supply backup). Output binary
signal PWRSV is linked on the same connector (open collector) for automatic disconnection of
the whole device from supply voltage. The signal can be used for applications where
minimizing of electric power input is crucial. Internal analogue values accessible to the user
are also included in the concept of external signal processing and control. These are
represented by values of direct supply voltage on the CDA70 (UN+) input and temperature
inside the module (TEP).
3.2. Description of multi-purpose signal evaluation and reception
On the input/output, there are five signals, which can be processed and controlled by
settings of the CIO module. It is possible to control these signals remotely or to send their
values in the data form to a remote location of a data network.
Each of the five signals can be configured as an analogue input, binary input or binary
output. All five signals may also be set individually as necessary. Some signals can be input
and other can be output at the same time.
3.2.1.
Analogue input
Every 100 msec, the voltage value of the analogue input is read, converted to a digital
decabit value and adjusted by the calibration constant. The value is further average computed
according to user setting and saved in the computer memory. The basic range of the input
voltage is 0 to 5V.
Following a signal change by a value bigger than the default hysteresis, a change
event is generated. The change under defined module settings generates report on values of
all active signals and sends it to the defined destination.
Even if the input signal is analogue-processed, it has a binary interpretation saved in
the memory. This is created by comparing the signal value to the control level set. At CIO data
reception, both analogue and binary values of active signals are saved to the report. It is
possible to set CIO parameters in order that the resulting binary value is inverted.
3.2.2.
Binary output
Binary output is implemented by a transistor with open collector connected to I/O
signal. When inactive (log 0), the transistor does not conduct and acts like an opened switch.
When active (log 1), the transistor acts like a switch connecting the I/O signal to the ground
(GND). In both cases, the I/O value is measured as an analogue input too. The status of the
switched circuit is being checked this way.
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SCRIPTION
Maximum switched current of the output is 500mA. Maximum voltage allowed at the
transistor collector equals the supply voltage of the modem.
It is possible to set the CIO parameters so that the binary value is inverted.
3.2.3.
I/O signals inside CDA70
I/O signals wiring diagram
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SCRIPTION
3.2.4.
Signal
name
I/O signals parameters
Measuring
range [V]
Resolution Sampling
[bit]
[msec]
Average
from
samples
Hysteresis
Control level
I/O1
0 to 5
10
100
Optional
1 - 128
Optional
0 - 255
Optional
I/O2
0 to 5
10
100
Optional
1 - 128
Optional
0 - 255
Optional
I/O3
0 to 5
10
100
Optional
1 - 128
Optional
0 - 255
Optional
I/O4
0 to 5
10
100
Optional
1 - 128
Optional
0 - 255
Optional
I/O5
0 to 5
10
100
Optional
1 - 128
Optional
0 - 255
Optional
3.3. Measuring other CDA70 signals
3.3.1.
Measuring the supply voltage
In CDA70, two more signals are evaluated. The first one is called UN+ (DC SUPLY); it
is an internal one and it measures the supply voltage at the supply terminals of CDA70. The
measuring range is 0 to 20V. The supply voltage value influences the function of CDA70. If it
drops under the set value, the VF module is disconnected because its correct function is no
longer secured and thereby, at the same time, the discharge current of a backup battery (if
used) is decreased.
The second one is INAC (AC SUPLY) linked to the supply connector (see the supply
connector description). The measuring range is 0 to 20V. The signal is protected against
overvoltage by a protective element, which blocks the voltage higher than 16V. INAC is
designed for measuring of network supply voltage presence. A change of the value is recorded
into CDA70 statistics as a dropout and start (rise) of the 230V supply voltage.
Beware - it is impossible to connect 230V supply voltage directly to the input!
Signal
name
Measuring
range [V]
Resolution Sampling
[bit]
[msec]
Average
from
samples
Hysteresis
Control level
UN+
0 to 30
10
5000
4
2V
Optional
INAC
0 to 30
10
5000
4
2V
Optional
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3.3.1.1.
Conversion formulas for voltage measurement
U = 215 * AD / 1024 [0.1 V]
AD = 1024 * U / 215
Whereas:
AD…analogue/digital converter value
U …voltage measured
Measuring internal CDA70 temperature
3.3.2.
The temperature measuring inside the CDA70 unit is performed to secure correct
function of the radio module. If the temperature exceeds the set decision level, the VF module
is disconnected from the supply voltage, because its correct function is no longer guaranteed
above such temperature. At the same time, it is thus protected against damage due to thermal
overload.
Signal
name
Measuring
range [°C]
TEP
-40 to 100
3.3.2.1.
Resolution Sampling
[bit]
[msec]
10
Average
from
samples
Hysteresis
Control level
16
2 oC
Optional
5000
Conversion formulas for temperature measurement
T = 625 * AD/128 – 2730 [0.1 oC]
AD = 128 * (T + 2730) / 625
Whereas:
AD…analogue/digital converter value
T …temperature measured
3.3.3.
Measuring DSR output signal level
On CDA70 side, DSR signals on individual user interfaces are output signals. They are
not internally controlled. Individual signals are connected via 560 ohms resistors to the 12V
supply voltage (the same voltage as at the supply connector of CDA70).
Due to the loading of DSR output by a 100 ohm resistor to the earth, the supply voltage
on the output drops to 2V. CDA70 recognises the connection of the service cable and initiates
the communication on this user interface using the ARNEP protocol with defined
communication parameters. It is forbidden for user applications to load the output so that the
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voltage would drop below 3V. The signal can be used for user applications within the range of
3V to 12V.
As well as the other signals, DSR values are accessible within CIO communication
reports (see the ARNEP protocol description).
3.4. Output signal for disconnection of supply voltage
The only exclusively "output" signal is PWRSV (Power Save). The signal is linked to
the supply connector (see the supply connector description). It is connected as universal I/O
signal outputs. This is an open collector that switches PWRSV signal to the ground (GND).
The output is controlled by a report, similarly to I/O outputs.
The basic function is the possibility to switch off the supply in case of an application
supplied solely from the accumulator, requiring minimum possible consumption. CDA70
performs communication after which it switches the supply off. The supply has to be switched
on again by a user device in case the communication is required.
In general, this output can be used to control technology.
3.5. Technical parameters
Number of I/O signals on I/O port
5
Basic range of the analogue input supply voltage
0 to 5V
Maximum switched current of binary output
500 mA
Maximum switched voltage of binary output
30 V
3.6. Setting CIO parameters
3.6.1.
Activation of CIO signals
All CIO signals have activity feature. In case a signal is active, its value is recorded in
the CIO status report. Only when the active signal changes, CIO may automatically generate a
corresponding report. In case a signal is not set as active, no matter how big a change, it will
not generate any change feature.
3.6.2.
CIO communication parameters
The CIO block functions in every CDA70, independently of settings of user interfaces.
CIO communication parameters settings decide whether the information on measured signal
values will be sent to a remote user interface.
From the communication viewpoint, the CIO operates in two modes: in the passive
mode, CIO sends measured information only upon the request of a remote station. In the
active mode, messages are generated based on changes of measured active signals, or
regularly according to a set time period.
For the method of requesting CIO values, see the ARNEP protocol.
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3.6.3.
CIO active mode parameters
Parameter
name
Set values
range
Meaning of parameter
Auto operation
YES/NO
In case the parameter is set to (YES), CIO operates in the
active mode and the following parameters will influence its
function. In the other case, the following parameter settings
have no influence over CIO function. There are two
exceptions: "NulTime On" and "NulTime" parameters,
which are connected with the functioning of outputs and are
independent of the "Auto operation" parameter.
After-change
report
YES/NO
When set to (YES), CIO generates the report always when
there is a change to any active signal, power supply and
temperature too, by a value higher than hysteresis.
Send to CIO
YES/NO
When set to (YES), the report is sent to a defined remote
CIO block. The remote CIO block settings must be
appropriate.
It is possible to send the report either to a remote CIO
block, or to a remote user interface. Using both options
simultaneously is impossible.
Send to port
YES/NO
When set to (YES), the report is sent to a defined remote
user interface. The protocol settings of the remote CDA70
user interface must be appropriate.
It is possible to send the report either to a remote CIO
block, or to a remote user interface. Using both options
simultaneously is impossible.
Second station
YES/NO
If the parameter is set to (YES), the message is also sent to
the other (the second) remote CDA70. All other set
parameters are the same for both destination addresses.
NulTime On
YES/NO
The parameter affects output I/O signals. If set to (YES),
the value of outputs is correct, if its regular renewal is being
performed from a remote CDA70 in a shorter period than
set in the NulTime parameter. In case the module does not
accept the new output value within the time, the outputs are
set to inactive mode. The method protects connected
technology in case of unwanted communication failure.
In case the parameter is not set (NO), automatic zeroing of
outputs will not be applied.
Parameter function does not depend on the "Auto
operation" parameter setting.
COM
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1 to 3
The parameter defines number of source module user
interface according to which source address will be
included in the report.
CIO DESCRIPTION
Log. number 1
1 to 254
Destination address of the first user interface where CIOgenerated report will be sent.
Log. number 2
1 to 254
Destination address of the second user interface where
CIO-generated report will be sent.
MinTime [msec]
0 to 6553500 Time hysteresis after which CIO may generate new report
The shortest period for transmitting the reports.
MaxTime [msec]
0 to 6553500 Period after which CIO always generates the report, even
when there is no change of an active signal.
NulTime [sec]
0 to 2550
A timeout for regular setting of outputs. See the NulTime
On parameter.
3.7. Connecting CIO signals to user device
It is not appropriate and often even possible to connect I/O interface signals directly to
the user device. To measure current, resistance, broader ranges of voltage, it is necessary to
insert electronic circuits, which adjust the measured quantities to voltage ranging from 0 to 5V
and also protect inputs against disturbing influences and dangerous overvoltage. Moreover, it
is also necessary to insert electronic circuits for operating the power parts of the user interface
because a transistor with the open collector is able to switch current up to 500mA and voltage
up to 20V.
Two additional CIO modules, which form an interface between a user's device and I/O
signals, are created for the practical use of I/O signals
Name
CIO ANI
Type
Description
Analogue Analogue differential input for small voltage, current and resistance
input
measuring. It includes differential amplifier with adjustable power 1 to
10000. Exact current source 0.1 to 3 mA can be used to measure
resistance. Configuration of the input signals, amplification and current
source is carried out through resistance net. Presence of the input
signal relevant to A/D converter working range is signalled by LED on
the front panel. Input circuits are protected against short-time over
voltage by suppressors and against the long-time one by a reverse
fuse.
Ranges of the measured values:
U 1V, U 2V, U 5V, U 10V, U 20V
I 5mA, I 10mA, I 20mA
Pt100 100oC, Pt100 200oC, Pt100 500oC
Resistance 100 to 50000 Ohm (METRA transmitter)
CIO OPI
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Binary
input
A single galvanic-separated digital input used for direct and alternate
signals up to 30V. It includes a bipolar opto-element that enables
processing of both input signal polarities. For AC signal, it includes
CIO DESCRIPTION
integration circuit that provides for direct processing of 50 Hz signal.
Output logical value of the measured signal is LED signalled on the
front panel. Input circuits are protected against short-time over voltage
by suppressors and against the long-time one by a reverse fuse.
Input D.C. voltage of 3-30V
Input A.C. voltage of 3-30V rms
CIO REO
Binary
output
A single relay output. It includes a relay with a single changeover
contact. The changeover contact terminal is separate, common
contact is doubled (marked as C). The LED signals the presence of
the governing signal of the relay.
Maximum constant voltage 230V rms
Maximum constant current 5A rms
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REFERENCE AND LINKS
4.
Reference
[1] Conel s.r.o.: RADWIN Programme for control AGNES, 2007
[2] Conel s.r.o.: Aplication CGU Server, 2004
5.
Links to related products of the manufacturer
For related and referenced products and material, see the Conel website:
www.conel.cz
5.1. Systems
AGNES - a comprehensive communication system made by Conel.
5.2. Protocols
ARNEP – Advanced Radio Network Protocol – one of AGNES protocols.
5.3. Software
RADWIN - this software provides for creation, installation and administration of data
networks.
5.4. Products
CDM70 - radio data modem, the foregoer of CDA70.
CDM70L - radio data modem for shared band.
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COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE
6.
Complaints procedure
Dear customer,
The product you have purchased had passed manufacturer's tests and its functions
had been checked by our technician before sale. In case any defect shows up during
the guarantee period that prevents normal use we ask you to follow the Complaints procedure
when registering your claim.
To make a possible complaint procedure easier please make sure when taking over
the product that your vendor has duly filled in all the relevant parts of the warranty, including
date, seal and signature.
This Complaints procedure relates to the purchased products. This Complaints
procedure does not relate to the services provided.
Guarantee period of the products
Guarantee period of 24 months from the date of purchase is provided for the device,
source, antenna, data cable and possible accessories. The date of purchase is at the same
time date of takeover.
Registering a claim
It is necessary to register your claim at the vendor where the subject of the complaint
has been purchased. Customer shall present duly filled warranty and the complete subject
of the complaint. Subject of the complaint shall be presented in a condition adequate to that
at the moment of purchase.
Caution!
The vendor is not responsible for keeping individual settings or data saved
in the subject of the complaint.
The customer is obliged to clarify the defect or how it is displayed and what claim he
intends to register.
Processing the complaint
The vendor shall provide free remedy depending on particular conditions, or replace
the subject of the complaint for a new product, or settle the matter in another manner
in compliance with the Civil Code and the Act on consumer's protection.
As of the moment the claim is registered by the customer and the subject
of the complaint is taken over by the vendor the guarantee period stops running.
The guarantee period continues on the date of takeover of the repaired subject
of the complaint or replaced faultless product by the customer, or should it not be taken over
on the date the customer is obliged to take over the repaired or replaced product. In case
the vendor replaces the subject of the complaint for a new product, the original subject
of the complaint becomes property of the vendor and the new product becomes property
of the purchaser. New guarantee period starts from takeover of the new product. In cases
when the vendor settles the matter upon agreement with the customer by replacement
of the subject of the complaint for a faultless product, the new guarantee expires
1. After 12 months since the replaced product was taken over by the customer.
2. On the date when the original guarantee period (subject of the complaint) would
have expired should it not have been replaced, whichever comes first.
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3.
4.
5.
The claim is deemed unsubstantiated when the defect is not found by the vendor
processing the complaint or the defect is not covered by the guarantee under Article
3 of the procedure.
In case the claimed defect is not found and functionality is proven to the customer,
the customer is obliged to pay demonstrable cost related to expert assessment
of the claimed defect.
In case defect is found when processing the complaint that is not covered
by the guarantee (extra-warranty repair), the vendor shall inform the customer
and the customer shall inform the vendor whether he/she wishes to have the defect
repaired for the price set. A protocol shall be made on exact conditions of the extrawarranty repair and signed by both the customer and the vendor. Should
the customer not require remedy through extra-warranty repair under the conditions,
the device shall be returned to him/her after he/she pays the demonstrable cost
of expert assessment.
The guarantee does not cover defects due to
1. Mechanical damage (fall and the like).
2. Use of inadequate or not recommended sources and other accessories.
3. Connection of the product with non-standard accessories.
4. Installation or use of the product conflicting with the Manual or use for other
purposes than usual for this type.
5. Improper manipulation, or an intervention of unauthorised person or other service
than authorised by the manufacturer.
6. Effects of natural forces (flood, fire etc.) or other local phenomena) storm, mains
over voltage and the like).
7. Storage under unauthorised temperatures.
8. Operation in a chemically aggressive environment.
Other conditions
The fact the subject of the complaint does not conform to parameters set for other
similar product types shall not be considered a fault. To assess whether it is a case of covered
fault the parameters stated in the technical documentation for the product are decisive.
The guarantee expires in any case of changes to the subject of the complaint
or damaged or otherwise unreadable serial number.
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7.
Warranty
Device type
Serial number
Guarantee period (months)
Vendor
Date of purchase
Seal of the vendor
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1
2
3
4
5
YES - NO
YES - NO
YES - NO
YES - NO
YES - NO
Date of complaint
registration
Complaint
protocol number
Date of reception
of the device in
repair shop
Date of finished
repair
Number of repair
sheet
Warranty repair
New serial
number of the
device
Notes
Seal of the repair
shop
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