Protocol Driver Manual - Metasys N2 by Johnson Controls (JCI) 8700-19

Protocol Driver Manual - Metasys N2 by Johnson Controls (JCI) 8700-19
FieldServer
FS-8700-19 Metasys® N2 by Johnson Controls
Driver Manual
(Supplement to the FieldServer Instruction Manual)
APPLICABILITY & EFFECTIVITY
Effective for all systems manufactured after March 2016.
Driver Revision: 1.06
Document Revision: 3
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Technical Support
Thank you for purchasing the FieldServer.
Please call us for technical support of the FieldServer product.
Contact Information:
Sierra Monitor Corporation
1991 Tarob Court
Milpitas, CA 95035
Contact number:
+1 408 262-6611
+1 800 727-4377
Email: info@sierramonitor.com
Website: www.sierramonitor.com
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Metasys N2 by Johnson Controls Description ............................................................................... 5
2
Driver Scope of Supply ....................................................................................................................... 5
2.1
Supplied by Sierra Monitor for this driver ....................................................................................... 5
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2.2
Provided by the Supplier of 3 Party Equipment............................................................................ 5
2.2.1
Hardware ................................................................................................................................. 5
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2.2.2
Required 3 Party Software .................................................................................................... 5
rd
2.2.3
Required 3 Party Configuration ............................................................................................. 5
3 Hardware Connections ........................................................................................................................ 6
3.1
Hardware Connection Tips / Hints .................................................................................................. 6
4 Data Array Parameters ........................................................................................................................ 7
5
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Configuring the FieldServer as a Metasys N2 Client...................................................................... 8
5.1
Client Side Connection Parameters ............................................................................................... 8
5.2
Client Side Node Parameters ......................................................................................................... 9
5.3
Client Side Map Descriptor Parameters ......................................................................................... 9
5.3.1
FieldServer Related Map Descriptor Parameters ................................................................... 9
5.3.2
Driver Specific Map Descriptor Parameters .......................................................................... 10
5.3.3
Timing Parameters ................................................................................................................ 12
5.3.4
Map Descriptor Example – N2Open...................................................................................... 13
5.3.5
Map Descriptor Example - Client Side COS_READ Map Descriptor for Analog Input point 13
5.3.6
Map Descriptor Example - VMA ............................................................................................ 14
5.3.7
Map Descriptor Example - DX9100 and TC9100 .................................................................. 14
5.3.8
Map Descriptor Example – XT9100 ...................................................................................... 15
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6 Configuring the FieldServer as a Metasys N2 Server .................................................................. 16
6.1
Server Side Connection Paramaters ............................................................................................ 16
6.2
Server Side Node Parameters ...................................................................................................... 17
6.3
Server Side Map Descriptor Parameters ...................................................................................... 17
6.3.1
FieldServer Specific Map Descriptor Parameters ................................................................. 17
6.3.2
Driver Specific Map Descriptor Parameters .......................................................................... 18
6.3.3
N2Open Specific Map Descriptor Parameters ...................................................................... 18
6.3.4
Map Descriptor Example ....................................................................................................... 19
6.3.5
Map Descriptor Example – N2 Open Server Side Map Descriptor for Analog Input point.... 19
Appendix A. Useful Features ................................................................................................................... 20
Appendix A.1. Writing to DX9100 and TC9100 Binary Outputs .............................................................. 20
Appendix A.2. Managing Analog Inputs and Outputs for DX9100 or TC9100 ........................................ 21
Appendix A.3. Using Override and Release – N2Open .......................................................................... 21
Appendix A.4. Using Change of State (COS) – N2Open ........................................................................ 21
Appendix A.4.1. Important Note on COS Operation in N2Open ......................................................... 21
Appendix A.5. Read/Write All Attributes – N2 Open ............................................................................... 22
Appendix A.5.1. Map Descriptor Example 1 - Read all attributes for an Analog Input ........................ 22
Appendix A.5.2. Map Descriptor Example 2 - Read all attributes for an Binary Input ......................... 22
Appendix A.5.3. Map Descriptor Example 3 - Read all attributes for an Analog Output ..................... 22
Appendix A.5.4. Map Descriptor Example 4 - Read all attributes for a Digital Output ........................ 22
Appendix A.5.5. Write All Attributes (Applicable only to Data_Type AI,DI. AO, DO) .......................... 22
Appendix A.5.6. Map Descriptor Example 5 - Write all attributes for an Analog Input ........................ 23
Appendix A.5.7. Map Descriptor Example 6 - Write all attributes for an Binary Input ......................... 23
Appendix A.5.8. Map Descriptor Example 7 - Write all attributes for an Analog Output ..................... 23
Appendix A.5.9. Map Descriptor Example 8 - Write all attributes for an Analog Input ........................ 24
Appendix A.6. Write Internal Parameters – N2 Open ............................................................................. 24
Appendix A.7. ADI, ADF and BD types: using the “Driver” Data_Type and MN2_Type fields ............... 25
Appendix A.8. Using Override and Release - VMA ................................................................................. 25
Appendix A.9. Configure Port Settings .................................................................................................... 26
Appendix A.10. XT Address Note ............................................................................................................ 26
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Appendix B. Troubleshooting tips .......................................................................................................... 27
Appendix B.1. Offline Behavior ............................................................................................................... 27
Appendix B.2. Tip on Overrides .............................................................................................................. 27
Appendix B.3. MN2Open Test Tool......................................................................................................... 27
Appendix C. Reference ............................................................................................................................. 28
Appendix C.1. Error Messages ............................................................................................................... 28
Appendix C.2. Listing of Supported Attributes – N2Open ....................................................................... 28
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Appendix C.3. Metasys DX9100 and TC9100 Memory Map ................................................................. 29
LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1 - Generic Connection Diagram ....................................................................................................... 6
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METASYS ® N2 BY JOHNSON CONTROLS DESCRIPTION
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The Metasys N2 by Johnson Controls network supports communications with a diverse range of
devices. Many N2 compatible devices use their own version of the protocol and care must be taken to
ensure that the device of interest is covered by the FieldServer implementation.
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At present the FieldServer Metasys N2 driver will support communications with the following devices or
classes of devices when acting as a Client:
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 N2Open-compliant devices – N2Open is a published N2-compatible protocol enabling 3 party
device vendors to integrate with N2

VMA 1400 series (with restrictions)

DX9100, TC9100 and XT9100
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When acting as a Server the FieldServer Metasys N2 driver can emulate an N2Open device only.
FieldServer Mode
Nodes
Client
1
Server
255
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2.1
DRIVER SCOPE OF SUPPLY
Supplied by Sierra Monitor for this driver
SMC PART #
FS-8917-16
2.2
Comments
Only 1 client node allowed on Multidrop systems. Can communicate with:
 N2Open
 VMA 1400 series (AI,BI,AO,BO and custom types)
 DX9100 / TC9100 / XT9100
Description
RJ45 to terminal connector cable
Provided by the Supplier of 3 rd Party Equipment
2.2.1 Hardware
PART #
Description
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Metasys NCU or other device
2.2.2 Required 3 rd Party Software
Depending on application, JCI software may be necessary.
2.2.3 Required 3 rd Party Configuration
Depending on application, third party devices may need configuration.
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Metasys® and N2OPEN as used in this document are a trademarks of Johnson Controls Inc
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HARDWARE CONNECTIONS
FieldServer as a Client
3rd Party
System
FieldServer as a Server
N2 bus
NCM, N30 or
other N2 client
N2 bus
FieldServer
FieldServer
N2 devices
3rd Party
System
N2 devices
Figure 1 - Generic Connection Diagram
3.1
Hardware Connection Tips / Hints

When using the B3510-05 ensure that the FieldServer is connected to the network using one or
both of the RS-485 ports marked R1 and R2. If more ports are required, P1-P2 may be used in
conjunction with an RS-232-to-RS-485 converter.

When using the QuickServer, ensure that the serial port is configured as an RS-485 port. Refer to
Appendix B.2 for more information.

Only one N2 Client may be connected to a N2 network. If the FieldServer is to act as a Client,
ensure that no other Clients are connected to the same N2 network.
NOTE: Interceptor mode is no longer supported for this driver.
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DATA ARRAY PARAMETERS
Data arrays are “protocol neutral” data buffers for storage of data to be passed between protocols. It is
necessary to declare the data format of each of the data arrays to facilitate correct storage of the relevant
data.
Section Title
Data_Arrays
Column Title
Function
Data_Array_Name
Provide name for Data Array
Data_Array_Format
Data_Array_Length
Provide data format. Each Data Array can only take on
one format.
Number of Data Objects. Must be larger than the data
storage area required by the Map Descriptors for the data
being placed in this array.
Example
// Data Arrays
Data_Arrays
Data_Array_Name
DA_AI_01
DA_AO_01
DA_DI_01
DA_DO_01
, Data_Array_Format
, UInt16,
, UInt16
, Bit
, Bit
, Data_Array_Length
, 200
, 200
, 200
, 200
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Legal Values
Up to 15
alphanumeric
characters
Float, Bit, UInt16,
SInt16, Byte
1-10, 000
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CONFIGURING THE FIELDSERVER AS A METASYS ® N2 CLIENT
For a detailed discussion on FieldServer configuration, please refer to the FieldServer Configuration
manual. The information that follows describes how to expand upon the factory defaults provided in the
configuration files included with the FieldServer (See “.csv” sample files provided with the FieldServer).
This section documents and describes the parameters necessary for configuring the FieldServer to
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communicate with a Metasys N2 Server.
5.1
Client Side Connection Parameters
Section Title
Connections
Column Title
Port
Protocol
Baud*
Parity*
Data_Bits*
Stop_Bits*
Poll _Delay*
Line_Drive_On*
Line_Drive_Off*
Function
Specify which port connects the device to the FieldServer
Specify protocol used
Specify baud rate
Specify parity
Specify data bits
Specify stop bits
Time between internal polls
Duration of RTS assert before start of transmission
Duration of RTS assert after end of transmission
Legal Values
2
P1-P2, R1-R2
Metasys_N2
9600 (Vendor Limitation)
None (Vendor Limitation)
8 (Vendor Limitation)
1 (Vendor Limitation)
0
0.001s
0.000s
Example
//
Client Side Connections
Connections
Port , Protocol
R1
, Metasys_N2
2
Not all ports shown are necessarily supported by the hardware. Consult the appropriate Instruction manual for details of the ports
available on specific hardware.
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5.2
Client Side Node Parameters
Section Title
Nodes
Column Title
Node_Name
Node_ID
Protocol
Connection
Node_Type
Function
Provide name for node
Station address of physical Server node
Specify protocol used
Specify which port the device is connected
to the FieldServer
Identify type of device
If this parameter is omitted the driver
treats the configuration as a N2Open
configuration and marks the Node_Type
as N2OpenClient when using Ruinet to
check the Node parameters.
Legal Values
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters
1-255
Metasys_N2
1
P1-P2, R1-R2
N2OpenClient, DX9100, VMA, N2Open,
XT9100, and TC9100
The option for setting it to N2Open is
purely for backward compatibility.
Example
//
Client Side Nodes
Nodes
Node_Name
PLC 1
5.3
, Node_ID
,1
, Protocol
, Metasys_N2
, Connection
, P1
, Node_Type
, VMA
Client Side Map Descriptor Parameters
5.3.1 FieldServer Related Map Descriptor Parameters
Column Title
Map_Descriptor_Name
Data_Array_Name
3
Function
Name of this Map Descriptor
Name of Data Array where data is to
be stored in the FieldServer
Data_Array_Offset
Starting location in Data Array
Function
Function of Client Map Descriptor
Applicable to COS function for N2Open – Refer to Appendix A.3
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Legal Values
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters
One of the Data Array names from
Section 4
0 to (Data_Array_Length-1) as
specified in Section 4
Rdbc, Wrbc, Wrbx, Arcs,
3
Cos_Poller , Cos_Read3
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5.3.2 Driver Specific Map Descriptor Parameters
5.3.2.1 N2Open Map Descriptor Parameters
Column Title
Function
Node_Name
Name of Node to fetch data from
Data_Type
Length
Address
Data type
If the vendor device lists a point as BD, use
Data_Type=Byte.
If the vendor device lists a point as ADI, use
Data_Type=Integer.
If the vendor device lists a point as ADF, use
Data_Type=Float_Reg.
Length of Map Descriptor
Starting address of read block
Legal Values
One of the Node Names
specified in Section 5.2
AI, Ana_Input, AO,
Ana_Output, DI, Dig_Input,
DO, Dig_Output, Float_Reg,
Integer, Byte, Flag
1
1-256
COS, Override, Release,
Read_All_Attribs (applicable
only for Data_Type AI,
Ana_Input, AO, Ana_Output,
DI, Dig_Input, DO,
Dig_Output,)
Write_Attribs (applicable only
for Data_Type AI, Ana_Input,
AO, Ana_Output, DI,
Dig_Input, DO, Dig_Output,)
Write (this is applicable only
for internal parameters i.e. if
Data_Type is Float_Reg,
Integer , Byte or Flag)
MN2_Function*
Can be used to specify an N2-specific function, e.g.
COS. Refer to Appendix A.3 to for more
information. May also be used to specify all
attributes or write the internal parameters for
selected data types. Refer to Appendix A.5.
MN2_Attribute*
Used to specify the attribute if an attribute other
Refer to Appendix C.2
than Current Value is to be accessed.
MN2_Normal*
This function allows the user to specify the normal
state value. Applicable only to digital points (i.e.
Data_Type DI or DO). If MN2_Normal is set to 0, 0 , 1
the point will be in alarm when the value changes
to 1. See Example 5.3.5.
This function allows the user to specify the low
MN2_Lo_Alm_Limit* alarm limit. Applicable only to analog input points Any float value, 0.0
(i.e. Data_Type AI).
This function allows the user to specify the high
MN2_Hi_Alm_Limit* alarm limit. Applicable only to analog input points Any float value, 0.0
(i.e. Data_Type AI). See Example 5.3.5.
This function allows the user to specify the low
MN2_Lo_Wrn_Limit* warning limit. Applicable only to analog input points Any float value, 0.0
(i.e. Data_Type AI). See Example 5.3.5.
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Column Title
Function
Legal Values
This function allows the user to specify the high
MN2_Hi_Wrn_Limit* warning limit. Applicable only to analog input points Any float value, 0.0
(i.e. Data_Type AI). See Example 5.3.5.
This function allows the user to specify the
deadband. If the current value changes within this
MN2_Differential
band the point status will not be updated and there Any float value, 0.0
will be no COS report for the change. Applicable
only to analog input points (i.e. Data_Type AI).
5.3.2.2 VMA Map Descriptor Parameters
Column Title
Function
Node_Name
Name of Node to fetch data from
Data_Type
Data type
Length
Address
Length of Map Descriptor
Starting address of read block
Data type specifier to be set when
Data_Type has been set to Driver
Used to specify an N2-specific function,
e.g. COS. Refer to Appendix A.3 for
more information.
MN2_Type
MN2_Function*
Legal Values
One of the Node Names specified in
Section 5.2
AI, Ana_Input, AO, Ana_Output, DI,
Dig_Input, DO, Dig_Output,, Driver
(used for ADF, ADI and BD)
1
1-256
5-7
COS, Override, Release
5.3.2.3 DX9100 and TC9100 Map Descriptor Parameters
Column Title
Node_Name
Length
Address
Function
Name of Node to fetch data from
Length of Map Descriptor
Starting address of read block
Legal Values
One of the Node Names specified in Section 5.2
1
0 - 2397
For DX9100 or TC9100 addresses please refer to the DX9100/TC9100 user documentation. This lists the
name, function (read/write) and data format of all available points. Alternatively, obtain assistance from
Sierra Monitor Technical Support.
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5.3.2.4 XT9100 Map Descriptor Parameters
Column Title
Node_Name
Length
Address
Function
Name of Node to fetch data from
Length of Map Descriptor
Starting address of read block
M91_Format
Item Type
M91_Function
Used to specify a M91 Specific
read or write function
Legal Values
One of the Node Names specified in Section 5.2
1
0 - 2397
'b' = 1 Bytes, 'c' = Word, 'w' = 2 Bytes, 'l' = 4
Bytes, 'n' = Number
NRM_SINGLE_READ, EXT_SINGLE_READ,
NRM_SINGLE_WRITE, EXT_SINGLE_WRITE,
EXT_SINGLE_WRITE_SET_BITS,
EXT_SINGLE_WRITE_CLEAR_BITS,
EXT_SINGLE_WRITE_INVERT_BITS,
NRM_BLOCK_READ, EXT_BLOCK_READ,
NRM_BLOCK_WRITE, EXT_BLOCK_WRITE,
WRITE_FUNC_MODULE_BLK
5.3.3 Timing Parameters
Column Title
Scan_Interval*
Function
Rate at which data is polled
Legal Values
≥0.001s,-
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5.3.4 Map Descriptor Example – N2Open
//
Client Side Map Descriptors
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
AI_READ
COS_POLLER
AI_BY_COS
BI_BY_COS
AI_1_Release
, DA_Name
, DA_AI3
, DA_COS
, DA_AI3
, DA_BI
, DA_Release
Normal read Map
Descriptor. Note
RDBC function,
Data_Type and
Address
specification.
, DA_Offset
,0
,0
,1
,3
,0
COS_Poller Map
Descriptor. This only
specifies the Function,
Node and
Scan_Interval.
, Function
, RDBC
, COS_Poller
, COS_Read
, COS_Read
, Wrbx
, MN2_Function
,,,,, Release
, Node_Name
, Node_A
, Node_A
, Node_A
, Node_A
, Node_A
COS_Read Map Descriptor
sets point type the same as
normal read Map Descriptor.
Optional Scan_Interval.
, Address
,1
,,1
,2
,1
, Data_Type
, Ana_Input
,, Ana_Input
, Dig_Input
, Ana_Input
, Scan_Interval
, 5s
, 30s
,, 10
,-
Release function used in conjunction with
Wrbc. If the Data Array value specified in
this Map Descriptor is changed, then a
Release command is sent to the
specified point.
NOTE: To get change of state (COS) reports from an analog port, the warning/alarm levels need to be configured. If the alarm/warning values are not
known, then it would be better to configure an Rdbc Map Descriptor which reads the analog input directly. Limits will then not be required.
5.3.5 Map Descriptor Example - Client Side COS_READ Map Descriptor for Analog Input point
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
CMD_AI_01_COS
, Data_Array_Name
, DA_AI_01
, Location
,1
, Function
, COS_Read
, Node_Name , Data_Type
, MN2_11
, Ana_Input
, Address
,1
, MN2_Normal
,-
, MN2_Lo_Alm_Limit
,1
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, MN2_Lo_Wrn_Limit
,2
, MN2_Hi_Wrn_Limit
,3
, MN2_Hi_Alm_Limit , MN2_Differential
,4
,1
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5.3.6 Map Descriptor Example - VMA
//
Client Side Map Descriptors
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
AI_READ
AO_WRITE
AO_Release
Special_type
, DA_Name
, DA_AI3
, DA_AO
, DA_AO
, DA_DRV
, DA_Offset
,0
,0
,0
, 10
, Function
, Rdbc
, Wrbx
, Wrbx
, Rdbc
, MN2_Function
,,, Release
,-
, Node_Name
, Node_VMA
, Node_VMA
, Node_VMA
, Node_VMA
, Address
,1
,3
,3
, 23
, Data_Type
, Ana_Input
, Ana_Output
, Ana_Output
, Driver
Driver type 5 (ADF) configured here.
Override release function configured as Wrbx.
5.3.7 Map Descriptor Example - DX9100 and TC9100
//
Client side Map Descriptors
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
D191_ZN1-T
D191_ZN1-S
, DA_Name
, DA_AI3
, DA_AO3
, DA_Offset
,0
,0
, Function
, Rdbc
, Wrbx
, Node_Name
, Node_DX
, Node_DX
, Address
, 1223
, 1225
, Scan_Interval
, 5s
,-
The address alone is sufficient to specify the
DX9100/TC9100 point. The Data Type is determined
by the device.
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, MN2_Type
,,,,5
, Scan_Interval
, 5s
, 30s
,, 10s
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5.3.8 Map Descriptor Example – XT9100
//
Client side Map Descriptors
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
CMD_AI_05_01
CMD_AI_05_02
CMD_AI_05_03
CMD_AI_05_04
, DA_Name
, DA_AI_05
, DA_AI_05
, DA_AI_05
, DA_AI_05
, DA_Offset
,0
,1
,2
,3
, Function
, Rdbc
, Rdbc
, Rdbc
, Rdbc
, Node_Name
, XT9100
, XT9100
, XT9100
, XT9100
, Address
, 12
, 13
, 14
, 15
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, Length
,1
,1
,1
,1
, M91_Format
,n
,n
,n
,n
, M91_Function
, NRM_SINGLE_READ
, NRM_SINGLE_READ
, NRM_SINGLE_READ
, NRM_SINGLE_READ
, Scan_Interval
, 1.0s // AI01
, 1.0s // AI02
, 1.0s // AI03
, 1.0s // AI04
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CONFIGURING THE FIELDSERVER AS A METASYS ® N2 SERVER
For a detailed discussion on FieldServer configuration, please refer to the FieldServer Configuration
Manual. The information that follows describes how to expand upon the factory defaults provided in the
configuration files included with the FieldServer (See “.csv” files on the driver diskette).
This section documents and describes the parameters necessary for configuring the FieldServer to
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communicate with a Metasys N2Open Client. Note that only the N2Open variation of the N2 protocol
may be used when configuring the FieldServer as a Server.
The configuration file tells the FieldServer about its interfaces, and the routing of data required. In order to
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enable the FieldServer for Metasys N2 communications, the driver independent FieldServer buffers need
to be declared in the “Data Arrays” section, the FieldServer virtual node(s) needs to be declared in the
“Server Side Nodes” section, and the data to be provided to the Clients needs to be mapped in the
“Server Side Map Descriptors” section. Details on how to do this can be found below.
Note that in the tables, * indicates an optional parameter, with the bold legal value being the default.
6.1
Server Side Connection Paramaters
Section Title
Connections
Column Title
Function
Specify which port the device is connected to the
Port
FieldServer
Protocol
Specify protocol used
Baud*
Specify baud rate
Parity*
Specify parity
Data_Bits*
Specify data bits
Stop_Bits*
Specify stop bits
Poll _Delay*
Time between internal polls
Line_Drive_On*
Duration of RTS assert before start of transmission
Line_Drive_Off*
Duration of RTS assert after end of transmission
Specifies time FieldServer will reserve Server side
Server_Hold_Timeout* connection while waiting for the Client side to update
data in Data_Array.
Legal Values
P1-P2, R1-R2
4
Metasys_N2
9600 (Vendor Limitation)
None (Vendor Limitation)
8 (Vendor Limitation)
1 (Vendor Limitation)
0
0.001s
0.000s
< 0.175s
5
Example
//
Client Side Connections
Connections
Port , Protocol
P1
, Metasys_N2
4
Not all ports shown are necessarily supported by the hardware. Consult the appropriate Instruction manual for details of the ports
available on specific hardware.
5
Can be set to >0.175s if the Client has been set to timeout after >200ms. Refer to Appendix C for more information.
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Server Side Node Parameters
Section Title
Nodes
Column Title
Node_Name
Node_ID
Protocol
Node_Type
Function
Provide name for node
Station address of physical Server node
Specify protocol used
Identify type of device.
This parameter need not be specified. The
Server side of the driver can only operate as
an N2 Server.
Legal Values
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters
1-255
Metasys_N2
If the Node_Type is specified as N2Open then
the driver still acts as N2 Open configuration
but some legacy port expander functionality
used in some legacy advanced configuration
is enabled.
N2OpenServer, N2Open
Example
//
Client Side Nodes
Nodes
Node_Name
PLC 1
6.3
, Node_ID
,1
, Protocol
, Metasys_N2
Server Side Map Descriptor Parameters
6.3.1 FieldServer Specific Map Descriptor Parameters
Column Title
Map_Descriptor_Name
Data_Array_Name
Function
Name of this Map Descriptor
Name of Data Array where data is to
be stored in the FieldServer
Data_Array_Offset
Starting location in Data Array
Function
Function of Server Map Descriptor
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Legal Values
Up to 32 alphanumeric characters
One of the Data Array names from
Section 4
0 to (Data_Array_Length -1) as
specified in Section 4
Passive
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6.3.2 Driver Specific Map Descriptor Parameters
Column Title
Node_Name
Data_Type
Length*
Address
Function
Legal Values
One of the node
Name of Node to fetch data from
names specified
in Section 6.2
AI, Ana_Input,
AO, Ana_Output,
Data type:
DI, Dig_Input,
If the vendor device lists a point as BD, use Data_Type=Byte.
DO, Dig_Output,
If the vendor device lists a point as ADI, use Data_Type=Integer.
Float_Reg,
If the vendor device lists a point as ADF, use Data_Type=Float_Reg.
Integer, Byte,
Flag
1
Length of Map Descriptor
Starting address of read block
1 - 256
6.3.3 N2Open Specific Map Descriptor Parameters
Column Title
MN2_Attribute*
MN2_Normal*
MN2_Lo_Alm_Limit*
MN2_Hi_Alm_Limit*
MN2_Lo_Wrn_Limit*
MN2_Hi_Wrn_Limit*
Function
Used to specify the attribute if an attribute other than Current
Value is to be accessed.
This function allows the user to specify the status of a point.
See Example 6.3.5.
This function allows the user to specify the low alarm limit.
Applicable only to analog input points (i.e. Data_Type AI). See
Example 6.3.5.
This function allows the user to specify the high alarm limit.
Applicable only to analog input points (i.e. Data_Type AI). See
Example 6.3.5.
This function allows the user to specify the low warning limit.
Applicable only to analog input points (i.e. Data_Type AI). See
Example 6.3.5.
This function allows the user to specify the high warning limit.
Applicable only to analog input points (i.e. Data_Type AI). See
Example 6.3.5.
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Legal Values
Refer to
Appendix C.2
0,1
Any float value,
0.0
Any float value,
0.0
Any float value,
0.0
Any float value,
0.0
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6.3.4 Map Descriptor Example
//
Server Side Map Descriptors
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
A1
, Data_Array_Name
, DA_AI3
, Data_Array_Offset
, 10
The Data_Array_Offset sets
the start of the data range
covered by the Server Map
Descriptor. The number of
points included is determined
by the Length field.
, Data_Type
, Ana_Input
, Function
, Passive
, Node_Name
, Node_A
, Address
,1
, Length
,1
The Passive function tells
the FieldServer that this Map
Descriptor makes data
available to a Client sending
polls to the FieldServer.
6.3.5 Map Descriptor Example – N2 Open Server Side Map Descriptor for Analog Input point
On the Server Side, the MN2 parameters are used to determine the status of the point. Specify these parameters to set initial limits. N2open client can
update these parameters at any time.
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name , Data_Array_Name , Location , Function , Node_Name , Data_Type , Address , MN2_Normal , MN2_Lo_Alm_Limit , MN2_Lo_Wrn_Limit , MN2_Hi_Wrn_Limit
SMD_AI_01
, DA_AI_01
,1
, Passive , MN2_11
, Ana_Input , 1
,,1
,2
,3
, MN2_Hi_Alm_Limit , MN2_Differential
,4
,1
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Appendix A. USEFUL FEATURES
Appendix A.1. Writing to DX9100 and TC9100 Binary Outputs
When writing to DX9100 and TC9100 Binary Outputs, it is important to understand that each binary output has three bits associated with it as described in
the table below:
Bit
Output status bit
Output control bit
Override bit
Description
The status bit will indicate the actual status of the output in the field. This bit cannot be modified by the
FieldServer as it is read only, and is meant for actual status display.
The control bit will allow the FieldServer to write a command to the DX9100 or TC9100 for the associated
output. This command will only execute if the override is enabled by the override bit.
The override bit must be set to enable an output to be written to by the FieldServer. If this is not set, then
the control bit will be ignored.
Address
6
Address 5
Low byte of Address 1
High byte of Address 1
The example below illustrates the mapping required for DX9100 or TC9100 Binary Outputs. Note that since all 6 outputs are packed into word format when
transmitted, a Packed_Bit Array is required to access the bits individually.
In this Example, the status for BO3-BO8 can be found in offsets 0-5 of DA_PO1_02, the control bits can be found in offsets 0-5 of DA_PO1_01, and the
override bits can be found in offsets 8-13 of DA_PO1_01.
Data_Arrays
Data_Array_Name
DA_PO1_01
DA_PO1_02
, Data_Format
, Packed_Bit
, Packed_Bit
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
CMD_DO1_05
CMD_DO1_06
6
, Data_Array_Length
, 100
, 100
, Data_Array_Name
, DA_PO1_01
, DA_PO1_02
, Data_Array_Offset
,0
,0
, Function
, Rdbc
, Rdbc
, Node_Name
, Dev_30
, Dev_30
Binary Outputs start at address 3, so the first bit of each of these addresses will represent B03
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, Address
, 0001
, 0005
, Scan_Interval
, 1.0s // DO3 - DO8 Set and Enable
, 1.0s // DO3 - DO8 Status
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Appendix A.2. Managing Analog Inputs and Outputs for DX9100 or TC9100
Relative offset for viewing an AI is 7.
Relative offset for viewing and forcing an AO is 7.
Appendix A.3. Using Override and Release – N2Open
It is not normally necessary to use the Override command explicitly as the FieldServer automatically uses
this command when the Current Value attribute of a point is written. For any other attribute it uses the
Write command. It will sometimes be necessary to send a Release command to an overridden point,
however. To do this, a Map Descriptor must be configured with Function set to Wrbx and
MN2_Function set to Release. Then, when any value is stored to the Map Descriptor data location, the
Release command will be sent to the N2Open point specified by the Map Descriptor.
Appendix A.4. Using Change of State (COS) – N2Open
If a large number of points are to be monitored, optimal efficiency is achieved by using the COS
mechanism instead of reading each individual point directly. A N2Open device responds to a COS poll
with a change record if a change has taken place. On startup the device will report the state of all its
points when it receives a COS poll.
Two kinds of Map Descriptors are required for everyNode that is to be monitored using COS:
A COS polling Map Descriptor with Function set to COS_Poller.
A COS_Read (i.e. Function set to COS_Read) Map Descriptor for every point on that node that is to be
monitored. Any COS records received will be stored to the matching Map Descriptor data location.
Note that the COS_Read Map Descriptor has an optional scan_interval. If a value is set the Map
Descriptor will poll at that rate in addition to receiving COS data. This can be used if the values are to be
refreshed continually even if they don’t change. If the scan_interval is not configured (through omitting the
column, or by setting the value to ‘-‘) the COS_Read Map Descriptor will not cause active polls once the
value has been initialized. See Section 5.3.4 for example.
Appendix A.4.1. Important Note on COS Operation in N2Open
Please be aware that N2Open devices will only report value changes under the following conditions:
Point Type
AI
AO
BI, BO
ADI, ADF, BD
Conditions that will trigger a COS report
Point status change (e.g. override)
Change in alarm or warning status
NB: no value changes within the normal band are reported by COS!
Point status change (e.g. override)
NB: no value changes within the normal band are reported by COS!
Point status change (e.g. override); includes current value (On/Off)
None; COS cannot be used with internal data types.
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Appendix A.5. Read/Write All Attributes – N2 Open
This optional command allows the user to read all attributes rather than specifying the attribute number.
NOTE: It is possible that the N2Open Server will not support these commands.
Appendix A.5.1. Map Descriptor Example 1 - Read all attributes for an Analog Input
All 14 attributes will be stored at sequential locations in the Data Array starting from the offset specified in the Map Descriptor.
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
CMD_AI_01
, Data_Array_Name
, DA_AI_01
, Data_Array_Offset
,0
, Function
, Rdbc
, Node_Name
, MN2_01
, Address
, 03
, Data_Type
, Ana_Input
, Mn2_Function
, Read_All_Attribs
, Scan_Interval
, 5.0s
, Length
, 14
Appendix A.5.2. Map Descriptor Example 2 - Read all attributes for an Binary Input
All 4 attributes will be stored at sequential locations in the Data Array starting from the offset specified in the Map Descriptor.
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
CMD_DI_01
, Data_Array_Name
, DA_DI_01
, Data_Array_Offset
,0
, Function
, Rdbc
, Node_Name
, MN2_01
, Address
, 03
, Data_Type
, Dig_Input
, Mn2_Function
, Read_All_Attribs
, Scan_Interval
, 5.0s
, Length
,4
Appendix A.5.3. Map Descriptor Example 3 - Read all attributes for an Analog Output
All 4 attributes will be stored at sequential locations in the Data Array starting from the offset specified in the Map Descriptor.
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
CMD_AO_01
, Data_Array_Name
, DA_AO_01
, Data_Array_Offset
,0
, Function
, Rdbc
, Node_Name
, MN2_01
, Address
, 04
, Data_Type
, Ana_Output
, Mn2_Function
, Read_All_Attribs
, Scan_Interval
, 5.0s
, Length
,4
Appendix A.5.4. Map Descriptor Example 4 - Read all attributes for a Digital Output
All 7 attributes will be stored at sequential locations in the Data Array starting from the offset specified in the Map Descriptor.
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
CMD_DO_01
, Data_Array_Name
, DA_DO_01
, Data_Array_Offset
,0
, Function
, Rdbc
, Node_Name
, MN2_01
, Address
, 03
, Data_Type
, Dig_Output
, Mn2_Function
, Read_All_Attribs
, Scan_Interval
, 5.0s
Appendix A.5.5. Write All Attributes (Applicable only to Data_Type AI,DI. AO, DO)
This optional command allows the user to write all attributes (except status and current value) rather than specifying the attribute number.
NOTE: It is possible that the N2Open Server will not support these commands.
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Appendix A.5.6. Map Descriptor Example 5 - Write all attributes for an Analog Input
This Map Descriptor will issue an optional command to write all the attributes for an Analog Input. The Driver will pick attribute values from the Data Array
starting from the specified offset in the following order. All reserved attributes will have the value 0.






attribute 1 (configuration)
attribute 8 (low alarm limit)
attribute 9 (low warning limit)
attribute 10 (hi warning limit)
attribute 11 (hi alarm limit)
attribute 12 (differential)
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
CMD_AI_01
, Data_Array_Name
, DA_AI_01
, Data_Array_Offset
,0
, Function
, Wrbx
, Node_Name
, MN2_01
, Address
, 03
, Data_Type
, Ana_Input
, Mn2_Function
, Write_Attribs
, Scan_Interval
, 1.0s
, Length
,6
Appendix A.5.7. Map Descriptor Example 6 - Write all attributes for an Binary Input
This Map Descriptor will issue an optional command to write all the attributes for a Binary Input. The Driver will pick attribute values from the Data Array
starting from the specified offset. All reserved attributes will have the value 0.
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
CMD_DI_01
, Data_Array_Name
, DA_DI_01
, Data_Array_Offset
,0
, Function
, Wrbx
, Node_Name
, MN2_01
, Address
, 03
, Data_Type
, Dig_Input
, Mn2_Function
, Write_Attribs
, Scan_Interval
, 1.0s
, Length
,1
Appendix A.5.8. Map Descriptor Example 7 - Write all attributes for an Analog Output
This Map Descriptor will issue an optional command to write all the attributes for an Analog Output. The Driver will pick attribute values from the Data Array
starting from the specified offset. All reserved attributes will have the value 0.
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
CMD_AO_01
, Data_Array_Name
, DA_AO_01
, Data_Array_Offset
,0
, Function
, Wrbx
, Node_Name
, MN2_01
, Address
, 04
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, Data_Type
, Ana_Output
, Mn2_Function
, Write_Attribs
, Scan_Interval
, 1.0s
, Length
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Appendix A.5.9. Map Descriptor Example 8 - Write all attributes for an Analog Input
This Map Descriptor will issue an optional command to write all the attributes for a Binary Output. The Driver will pick attribute values from the Data Array
starting from the specified offset in the following order. All reserved attributes will have the value 0.




attribute 1 (configuration)
attribute 3 (minimum ontime)
attribute 4 (minimum offtime)
attribute 5 (max cycles/hr)
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
CMD_DO_01
, Data_Array_Name
, DA_DO_01
, Data_Array_Offset
,0
, Function
, Wrbx
, Node_Name
, MN2_01
, Address
, 03
, Data_Type
, Dig_Output
, Mn2_Function
, Write_Attribs
, Scan_Interval
, 1.0s
, Length
,4
Appendix A.6. Write Internal Parameters – N2 Open
This is applicable only for internal parameters i.e. if Data_Type is Float_Reg, Integer , Byte or Flag. The following Map Descriptor will read the internal Float
every second and whenever the specified offset is updated, the driver will issue a write command to N2Open Server.
NOTE: It is possible that the N2Open Server will not support these commands.
Map_Descriptors
Map_Descriptor_Name
CMD_FREG_01
, Data_Array_Name
, DA_FREG_01
, Data_Array_Offset
,0
, Function
, Wrbc
, Node_Name
, MN2_01
, Address
,5
Use Wrbc to write
continuously or Wrbx
to write on trigger
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, Data_Type
, Float_Reg
, Mn2_Function
, Write_Attribs
, Scan_Interval
, 1.0s
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Appendix A.7. ADI, ADF and BD types: using the “Driver” Data_Type and MN2_Type fields
The VMA protocol uses a byte value to specify the data types. The standard types AI, AO, DI and DO
correspond to a byte value of 1 through 4 respectively. The types ADF, ADI and BD are believed to
correspond to a byte value of 5 through 7 respectively. If the user wishes to use any other type value
based on knowledge of a particular VMA configuration, then that value may also be specified here. Refer
to Section 5.3.6 for a specific example.
Driver Data_Type
MN2_Type values
Point Type
AI
AO
BI
BO
ADF
ADI
BD
Known Value
1
2
3
4
7
Suggested Value
8
5
6
7
If a large number of points are to be monitored, optimal efficiency is achieved by using the COS
mechanism instead of reading each individual point directly. An N2Open device responds to a COS poll
with a change record if a change has taken place. On startup the device will report the state of all its
points when it receives a COS poll.
Three kinds of Map Descriptors are required for every node that is to be monitored using COS:

A COS initialization Map Descriptor with Function set to ARS and MN2_Function set to
COS_Enable. This Map Descriptor enables COS polling of those points on the VMA for which
Passive Map Descriptors exist.

A COS polling Map Descriptor with Function set to rdbc and MN2_Function set to COS.

A Passive (i.e. Function set to Passive) Map Descriptor for every point on that node that is to be
monitored. Any COS records received will be stored to the matching Map Descriptor data
location.
See example in Section 5.3.6.
Appendix A.8. Using Override and Release - VMA
It is normally not necessary to use the Override command explicitly as the FieldServer automatically uses
this command when the Current Value attribute of a point is written. For any other attribute it uses the
Write command. It will sometimes be necessary to send a Release command to an overridden point,
however. To do this, a Map Descriptor must be configured with Function set to Wrbx and
MN2_Function set to Release. Then, when any value is stored to the Map Descriptor data location, the
Release command will be sent to the VMA point specified by the Map Descriptor.
NOTE: The VMA Release function only works for analog and binary inputs (AI and BI). Outputs may be
restored to their original value using an explicit write command.
7
8
For information only. Do not use Driver type for these, but specify AI, AO, BI or BO directly in the Data_Type field.
These values are believed to be correct for the corresponding point types, but no guarantee can be given at this time.
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Appendix A.9. Configure Port Settings

The port address in the configuration needs to be set to R1 instead of P1.

Line_Drive_On and Line_Drive_Off need to be defined in the connections section of the
configuration file. These need to be set to at least 0.001s. Refer to Section 5.1 and Section 6.1
for more information.
Appendix A.10. XT Address Note
NOTE: When communicating to XT modules on a DX9100, the address of the DX9100 module must be
used and not the address of the XT module.
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Appendix B. TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS
Appendix B.1. Offline Behavior
When the Client node on the FieldServer goes offline, the corresponding data objects on the FieldServer
are also marked offline. If a client polls a virtual FieldServer node for this particular data, therefore, an
offline response will be returned by the FieldServer. A request from a master device for a FieldServer to
identify itself would be met by a valid response, however. This could lead to confusion and status
toggling. This can be addressed using Responsible Map Descriptors and by configuring the virtual
FieldServer using the Offline_Method option. Please refer to the Configuration Manual for further
information.
Appendix B.2. Tip on Overrides
It is important that there be only one device (including the slave device itself) updating a point which is in
overridden mode. The reason for this is that the value of the point could be changed by an update from a
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non-Metasys Server before the override is released by the Metasys Master. In this case, the
FieldServer would respond to a poll from the Master with this changed data.
Override Behavior is different for different data types.
Data Type
AI, DI
AO, DO,
Float_Reg, Integer,
Byte, Flag
Override Behavior
The FieldServer accepts the override command but will not issue a Write
command to the Client Side. Subsequent values will update the overwritten value
on the FieldServer only. On poll, the FieldServer will respond with the last
overwritten value.
The FieldServer accepts the override comment and issues a Write command to
the Client Side. Subsequent values will update the overwritten value on the Client.
On poll, the FieldServer will respond with the current value.
Appendix B.3. MN2Open Test Tool
The N2 server configuration should number all points of each point type (e.g. analog input) consecutively,
starting from 1. There should be no gaps in the configured address space.
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Appendix C. REFERENCE
Appendix C.1. Error Messages
Error Message
MN2:#01 WARN.
Server_Hold_Timeout is
%0.3fs
For N2Open Slave typical
value is %0.3fs
Description and Action
Typically N2open Clients are configured to timeout after 200ms. If a FieldServer is
configured as a Server the Server_Hold_Timeout time should be set to 0.175s or less
otherwise the response will be suppressed. This message is printed if the
Server_Hold_Timeout is set for >0.175s.
If the Client’s timeout is >200ms this message may be ignored.
Appendix C.2. Listing of Supported Attributes – N2Open
Data Type
Analog Input
Binary Input
Analog Output
Binary Output
Internal Float
Internal Integer
Internal Byte
Attribute No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
1
2
1
2
Attribute
Object Configuration
Object Status
Analog Input Value
Low Alarm Limit
High Alarm Limit
Low Warn Limit
High Warn Limit
Differential
Object Configuration
Object Status
Object Configuration
Object Status
Current Value
Object Configuration
Object Status
Minimum On-Time
Minimum Off-Time
Maximum Cycles/Hour
Object Status
Current Value
Object Status
Current Value
Object Status
Current Value
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Appendix C.3. Metasys® DX9100 and TC9100 Memory Map
Module
Module
Module
Module
1
64
0040H
2
160
00A0H
3
256
0100H
4
352
0160H
1
1216
04C0H
2
1232
04D0H
3
1248
04E0H
4
1264
04F0H
1
2
1344
1360
2
or later
(new for
version
6.0):
0540H
0550H
3
1376
0560H
4
1392
0570H
5
1408
0580H
6
1424
0590H
1
1472
05C0H
2
1552
0610H
3
1632
0660H
4
1712
06B0H
1
2112
0840H
2
2128
0850H
3
2144
0860H
4
2160
0870H
1
2240
08C0H
2
2272
08E0H
Relative Item
Module
Module
Module
Module
Module
8
736
02E0H
9
832
0340H
10
928
03A0H
11
1024
0400H
12
1120
0460H
9
Module Module Module
Programmable modules
5
6
7
448
544
640
01C0H
0220H
0280H
Analog input modules
5
6
7
1280
1296
1312
0500H
0510H
0520H
Analog output modules
10
11
12
13
14
2304
2320
2368
2384
0900H
0910H
Signal Condition
2336
2352
8
1328
0530H
0920H
0930H
0940H
Digital output modules
7
8
1440
1456
05A0H
05B0H
Extension modules
5
6
7
8
1792
1872
1952
2032
0700H
0750H
07A0H
07F0H
Time schedule modules
5
6
7
8
2176
2192
2208
2224
0880H
0890H
08A0H
08B0H
Optimal start / stop module
Read/Write
Johnson Tag
Description
0950H
General control module
0
Byte
Read
UNIT
Device model. For DX-9100 always 5
1
Word
Write
SUP
Supervisory central control
2
Byte
Read
MNT
Maintenance control
3
Word
Read
DIAG
Diagnistics
4
Byte
Read
DICT
Digital input counters
5
Byte
Read
TOS
Triac output status
6
Byte
Read
DIS
Digital input status
7
Word
Read
AIS
Analog input status
8
Word
Read
LRST1
Logic results 37637
9
Word
Read
LRST2
Logic results 17-32
10
Word
Write
LCOS1
Logic constants 37637
11
Word
Write
LCOS2
Logic constants 17-32
12
-
-
-
Spare
13
LONG
Write
CNTR1
DI1 pulse count
14
LONG
Write
CNTR2
DI2 pulse count
15
LONG
Write
CNTR3
DI3 pulse count
16
LONG
Write
CNTR4
DI4 pulse count
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Relative Item
Signal Condition
Read/Write
Johnson Tag
Description
17
LONG
Write
CNTR5
DI5 pulse count
18
LONG
Write
CNTR6
DI6 pulse count
19
LONG
Write
CNTR7
DI7 pulse count
20
LONG
Write
CNTR8
DI8 pulse count
21
Word
Write
PASS
Password code
22
Byte
Write
PC1
Prescaler DI1 counter
23
Byte
Write
PC2
Prescaler DI2 counter
24
Byte
Write
PC3
Prescaler DI3 counter
25
Byte
Write
PC4
Prescaler DI4 counter
26
Byte
Write
PC5
Prescaler DI5 counter
27
Byte
Write
PC6
Prescaler DI6 counter
28
Byte
Write
PC7
Prescaler DI7 counter
29
Byte
Write
PC8
Prescaler DI8 counter
30
Byte
Write
UIA
User interface address
31
Word
Write
ALD@
Alarm disable condition source
32
Byte
Write
DXS1
DX-9100 type settings
33
Word
Write
ALG
Standard algorithm type
34
FP
Write
ACO1
Analog constant 1
35
FP
Write
ACO2
Analog constant 2
36
FP
Write
ACO3
Analog constant 3
37
FP
Write
ACO4
Analog constant 4
38
FP
Write
ACO5
Analog constant 5
39
FP
Write
ACO6
Analog constant 6
40
FP
Write
ACO7
Analog constant 7
41
FP
Write
ACO8
Analog constant 8
42
Byte
Write
PLCNT
PLC control and status
43
Word
Read
PLCPC
PLC program counter
Programmable Module Type
0
Byte
Write
PMTYP
Programmable module type
1
Word
Write
PMOPT
Programmable module options
2
Byte
Write
PMF1
Function channel number 1 - F1
3
Byte
Write
PMF2
Function channel number 2 - F2
4
Byte
Write
PMF3
Function channel number 3 - F3
5
Byte
Write
PMF4
Function channel number 4 - F4
6
Byte
Write
PMF5
Function channel number 5 - F5
7
Byte
Write
PMF6
Function channel number 6 - F6
8
Byte
Write
PMF7
Function channel number 7 - F7
9
Byte
Write
PMF8
Function channel number 8 - F8
10
Word
Write
PMI1@
Input connection - I1@
11
Word
Write
PMI2@
Input connection - I2@
12
Word
Write
PMI3@
Input connection - I3@
13
Word
Write
PMI4@
Input connection - I4@
14
Word
Write
PMI5@
Input connection - I5@
15
Word
Write
PMI6@
Input connection - I6@
16
Word
Write
PMI7@
Input connection - I7@
17
Word
Write
PMI8@
Input connection - I8@
18
Word
Write
PMI9@
Input connection - I9@
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Signal Condition
Read/Write
Johnson Tag
Description
19
Word
Write
PMI10@
Input connection - I10@
20
Word
Write
PMI11@
Input connection - I11@
21
Word
Write
PMI12@
Input connection - I12@
22
Word
Write
PMI13@
Input connection - I13@
23
Word
Write
PMI14@
Input connection - I14@
24
Word
Write
PMI15@
Input connection - I15@
25
Word
Write
PMI16@
Input connection - I16@
26
FP
Write
PMK01
Module constant - K1
27
FP
Write
PMK02
Module constant - K2
28
FP
Write
PMK03
Module constant - K3
29
FP
Write
PMK04
Module constant - K4
30
FP
Write
PMK05
Module constant - K5
31
FP
Write
PMK06
Module constant - K6
32
FP
Write
PMK07
Module constant - K7
33
FP
Write
PMK08
Module constant - K8
34
FP
Write
PMK09
Module constant - K9
35
FP
Write
PMK10
Module constant - K10
36
FP
Write
PMK11
Module constant - K11
37
FP
Write
PMK12
Module constant - K12
38
FP
Write
PMK13
Module constant - K13
39
FP
Write
PMK14
Module constant - K14
40
FP
Write
PMK15
Module constant - K15
41
FP
Write
PMK16
Module constant - K16
42
FP
Write
PMK17
Module constant - K17
43
FP
Write
PMK18
Module constant - K18
44
FP
Write
PMK19
Module constant - K19
45
FP
Write
PMK20
Module constant - K20
46
FP
Write
PMK21
Module constant - K21
47
FP
Write
PMK22
Module constant - K22
48
FP
Write
PMK23
Module constant - K23
49
FP
Write
PMK24
Module constant - K24
50
FP
Write
PMK25
Module constant - K25
51
FP
Write
PMK26
Module constant - K26
52
FP
Write
PMK27
Module constant - K27
53
FP
Write
PMK28
Module constant - K28
54
FP
Write
PMK29
Module constant - K29
55
FP
Write
PMK30
Module constant - K30
56
FP
Write
PMK31
Module constant - K31
57
FP
Write
PMK32
Module constant - K32
58
FP
Write
PMK33
Module constant - K33
59
FP
Write
PMK34
Module constant - K34
60
FP
Write
PMOU1
Output channel 1
61
FP
Write
PMOU2
Output channel 2
62
FP
Write
PMOU3
Output channel 3
63
FP
Write
PMOU4
Output channel 4
64
FP
Write
PMOU5
Output channel 5
65
FP
Write
PMOU6
Output channel 6
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Signal Condition
Read/Write
Johnson Tag
Description
66
FP
Write
PMOU7
Output channel 7
67
FP
Write
PMOU8
Output channel 8
68
FP
Write
PMAX1
Auxiliary output 1
69
FP
Write
PMAX2
Auxiliary output 2
70
Byte
Write
PMHDC
Hold mode control/status
71
Byte
Write
PMDO
Logic output control and status
72
Word
Read
PMST
Programmable module status
73
LONG
Write
PMAC1
Accumulator channel 1
74
LONG
Write
PMAC2
Accumulator channel 2
75
LONG
Write
PMAC3
Accumulator channel 3
76
LONG
Write
PMAC4
Accumulator channel 4
77
LONG
Write
PMAC5
Accumulator channel 5
78
LONG
Write
PMAC6
Accumulator channel 6
79
LONG
Write
PMAC7
Accumulator channel 7
80
LONG
Write
PMAC8
Accumulator channel 8
Analog Input Modules
0
Word
Write
AIT
Analog inout type
1
FP
Write
HR
High range input
2
FP
Write
LR
Low range input
3
FP
Write
HIA
High alarm limit
4
FP
Write
LOA
Low alarm limit
5
FP
Write
FTC
Filter constant
6
FP
Write
ADF
Differential on alarm limit (units)
7
FP
Read
AI
Analog input value
8
FP
Read
AI%
Analog input %
9
FP
Read
ADC
Analog input in counts
10
Byte
Read
AIST
Analog input status
Analog Output Modules
0
Byte
Write
AOT
Analog output type
1
Word
Write
AO@
Source of analog output module
2
Word
Write
AOF@
Output forcing logic connection
3
FP
Write
HRO
Output high range
4
FP
Write
LRO
Output low range
5
FP
Write
OFL
Output % value in forcing mode
6
FP
Write
OUT
Output module output value %
7
Byte
Write
AOC
Analog output control and status
8
FP
Write
HLO
Output high limit
9
FP
Write
LLO
Output low limit
10
Word
Write
INC@
DDC increase logic connection
11
Word
Write
DEC@
DDC decrease logic connection
12
Word
Write
ENL@
Limit function enable logic connection
Digital Output Modules
0
Byte
Write
DOT
Digital output options
1
Word
Write
DO@
Source of digital output module
2
Word
Write
FB@
Source of feedback signal
3
Word
Write
DOF@
Output forcing logic connection
4
FP
Write
HRO
Output high range
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Signal Condition
Read/Write
Johnson Tag
Description
5
FP
Write
LRO
Output low range
6
FP
Write
FST
PAT output full stroke time/DAT cycle
7
FP
Write
DB
PAT deadband
8
FP
Write
HLO
Output high limit
9
FP
Write
LLO
Output low limit
10
FP
Write
OFL
Output % value in forcing mode
11
FP
Write
OUT
Output module output value %
12
Byte
Write
DOC
Logic output control and status
13
Word
Write
INC@
DDC increase logic connection
14
Word
Write
DEC@
DDC decrease logic connection
15
Word
Write
ENL@
Limit function enable logic connection
Extension Modules
0
Word
Write
XTIOMAP
Extension module I/O map
1
Word
Write
XTIOTYP
Extension module I/O type
2
Word
Write
XTIOMOD
Extension module I/O mode
3
Byte
Write
XTADX
Extension module address 0-255
4
Word
Write
XTI1@
Point connection - I1
5
Word
Write
XTI2@
Point connection - I2
6
Word
Write
XTI3@
Point connection - I3
7
Word
Write
XTI4@
Point connection - I4
8
Word
Write
XTI5@
Point connection - I5
9
Word
Write
XTI6@
Point connection - I6
10
Word
Write
XTI7@
Point connection - I7
11
Word
Write
XTI8@
Point connection - I8
12
FP
Write
XTHR01
High output range point 1
13
FP
Write
XTLR01
Low output range point 1
14
FP
Write
XTHR02
High output range point 2
15
FP
Write
XTLR02
Low output range point 2
16
FP
Write
XTHR03
High output range point 3
17
FP
Write
XTLR03
Low output range point 3
18
FP
Write
XTHR04
High output range point 4
19
FP
Write
XTLR04
Low output range point 4
20
FP
Write
XTHR05
High output range point 5
21
FP
Write
XTLR05
Low output range point 5
22
FP
Write
XTHR06
High output range point 6
23
FP
Write
XTLR06
Low output range point 6
24
FP
Write
XTHR07
High output range point 7
25
FP
Write
XTLR07
Low output range point 7
26
FP
Write
XTHR08
High output range point 8
27
FP
Write
XTLR08
Low output range point 8
28
FP
Write
XTHIA1
High alarm limit point 1
29
FP
Write
XTLOA1
Low alarm limit point 1
30
FP
Write
XTHIA2
High alarm limit point 2
31
FP
Write
XTLOA2
Low alarm limit point 2
32
FP
Write
XTHIA3
High alarm limit point 3
33
FP
Write
XTLOA3
Low alarm limit point 3
34
FP
Write
XTHIA4
High alarm limit point 4
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Relative Item
Signal Condition
Read/Write
Johnson Tag
Description
35
FP
Write
XTLOA4
Low alarm limit point 4
36
FP
Write
XTHIA5
High alarm limit point 5
37
FP
Write
XTLOA5
Low alarm limit point 5
38
FP
Write
XTHIA6
High alarm limit point 6
39
FP
Write
XTLOA6
Low alarm limit point 6
40
FP
Write
XTHIA7
High alarm limit point 7
41
FP
Write
XTLOA7
Low alarm limit point 7
42
FP
Write
XTHIA8
High alarm limit point 8
43
FP
Write
XTLOA8
Low alarm limit point 8
44
Word
Read
XTAIS
Extension module alarms
45
FP
Read
XTAI1
Analog input value 1
46
FP
Read
XTAI2
Analog input value 2
47
FP
Read
XTAI3
Analog input value 3
48
FP
Read
XTAI4
Analog input value 4
49
FP
Read
XTAI5
Analog input value 5
50
FP
Read
XTAI6
Analog input value 6
51
FP
Read
XTAI7
Analog input value 7
52
FP
Read
XTAI8
Analog input value 8
53
FP
Write
XTAO1
Analog output value 1
54
FP
Write
XTAO2
Analog output value 2
55
FP
Write
XTAO3
Analog output value 3
56
FP
Write
XTAO4
Analog output value 4
57
FP
Write
XTAO5
Analog output value 5
58
FP
Write
XTAO6
Analog output value 6
59
FP
Write
XTAO7
Analog output value 7
60
FP
Write
XTAO8
Analog output value 8
61
LONG
Write
XTDIC1
Digital input 1 pulse count
62
LONG
Write
XTDIC2
Digital input 2 pulse count
63
LONG
Write
XTDIC3
Digital input 3 pulse count
64
LONG
Write
XTDIC4
Digital input 4 pulse count
65
LONG
Write
XTDIC5
Digital input 5 pulse count
66
LONG
Write
XTDIC6
Digital input 6 pulse count
67
LONG
Write
XTDIC7
Digital input 7 pulse count
68
LONG
Write
XTDIC8
Digital input 8 pulse count
69
Byte
Write
XTCNT
Extension module hold control
70
Byte
Write
XTDO
Logic outputs control and status
71
Byte
Read
XTDI
Logic inputs status
72
Byte
Read
XTSTC
Extension module local status
Time Schedule Modules
0
Word
Write
TSOPT
Time schedule options LSB
1
Word
Write
TSEX@
External extension logical connection
2
Word
Write
TSON@
On forcing logical connection
3
Word
Write
TSOF@
Off forcing logical connection
4
FP
Write
TSXTM
Extension time (min)
5
FP
Write
TSTIM
Time to next event (min)
6
Byte
Write
TSSTA
Time schedule status
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