G4400 Series Blackbox Multi I/O User Guide
G4400 Series
BLACKBOX
Multi I/O
User Guide
Issue 2.0
October 2009
Cat. #: SMM-2012-1009
©2009 Elspec Ltd, All rights reserved.
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Warranty Notice
Each Elspec product is warranted to be free from defects in material and
workmanship under normal use and service. The warranty period is one year
and begins on the date of shipment. Parts, product repairs, and services are
warranted for 90 days. This warranty extends only to the original buyer or
end-user customer and does not apply to fuses, disposable batteries, or to
any product which, in Elspec's opinion, has been misused, altered, neglected,
contaminated, or damaged by accident or abnormal conditions of operation
or handling. Elspec warrants that the software will operate substantially in
accordance with its functional specifications for 90 days and that it has been
properly recorded on non-defective media. Elspec does not warrant that the
software will be error free and operate without interruption.
Elspec authorized resellers shall extend this warranty on new and unused
products to end-user customers only but do not have authority to extend a
greater or different warranty on behalf of Elspec. Warranty support is
available only if the product is purchased through an Elspec authorized sales
outlet or Buyer has paid the applicable international price. Elspec reserves
the right to invoice Buyer for importation costs of repair/replacement parts
when the product is purchased in one country are submitted for repair in
another country.
Elspec’s warranty obligation is limited, at Elspec's option, to refund of the
purchase price, free of charge repair, or replacement of a defective product
which is returned to Elspec within the warranty period. To obtain warranty
service, contact Elspec directly to obtain return authorization information,
and then send the product to Elspec, with a description of the problem,
postage and insurance prepaid (FOB destination). Elspec assumes no risk for
damage in transit. Following warranty repair, the product will be returned to
the Buyer, transportation prepaid (FOB destination). If Elspec determines
that the failure was caused by neglect, misuse, contamination, alteration,
accident, or abnormal condition of operation of handling, including
overvoltage failures caused by use outside the product's specified rating, or
normal wear and tear of mechanical components, Elspec will provide an
estimate of repair costs and obtain authorization before commencing work.
Following repair, the product will be returned to the Buyer, transportation
prepaid, and the Buyer will be billed for the repair and return postage
transportation charges (FOB Shipping Point).
This warranty is the Buyer's sole and exclusive remedy and is in lieu of all
other warranties, express or implied, including but not limited to any implied
warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Elspec shall
not be liable for any special, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages or
losses, including loss of data arising from any cause or theory.
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Since some countries or states do not allow limitation of the term of an
implied warranty, or exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, the limitations and exclusions of this warranty may not apply to
every buyer. If any provision of this Warranty is held invalid or
unenforceable by a court or other decision-maker of competent jurisdiction,
such holding will not affect the validity or enforceability of any other
provision.
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Table of Contents
I
INTRODUCTION..........................................................................................I—1
Safety Information ........................................................................... I—1
Overview.......................................................................................... I—2
Features ........................................................................................... I—3
II
THE HARDWARE ...................................................................................... II—1
Specifications .................................................................................. II—1
Physical Dimensions ........................................................................ II—2
The BLACKBOX Unit ......................................................................... II—3
III
WEB INTERFACE .................................................................................... III—1
Login Page ...................................................................................... III—1
The Site Structure ........................................................................... III—2
Multi I/O Section ............................................................................ III—3
Relay Setup ........................................................................................................... III—4
Relay Status .......................................................................................................... III—9
Digital In Setup .................................................................................................... III—10
Digital In Status ................................................................................................... III—11
Digital Output Setup ........................................................................................... III—12
Digital Output Status .......................................................................................... III—13
Analog In Setup ................................................................................................... III—14
Analog In Status .................................................................................................. III—15
Analog Out Setup ................................................................................................ III—16
Analog Out Status ............................................................................................... III—17
UART Setup ......................................................................................................... III—18
GPS Enhanced Synchronization w/(IRIG-B / 1PPS) ............................................. III—18
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Introduc tion
S afety Information
T o avoid elec tric al s hoc k or fire:
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Review the entire manual before using the instrument and its
accessories.
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Observe all warnings and cautions.
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Do not operate the instrument around explosive gas or vapor.
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Avoid working alone.
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Before use, inspect the instrument, leads and accessories for
mechanical damage, and replace when damaged. Pay special
attention to the insulation surrounding the connectors and plugs.
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Remove all accessories that are not in use.
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Make sure the instrument is properly grounded to a protective
earth ground.
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Do not apply input voltages above the rating of the Instrument
as shown on the name plate.
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Do not insert metal objects into connectors and openings.
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Never open the instrument’s enclosure during operation;
dangerous voltages are present.
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Use the instrument only as specified in this manual, or the
protection provided by the instrument may be impaired.
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Do not expose the instrument to extreme moisture and or rain.
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Do not operate the instrument or its accessories when found wet
for any reason.
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Overview
The Multi I/O is an optional module available for the BLACKBOX. The
Multi I/O Expansion module extends the monitoring capabilities of the
BLACKBOX with additional digital and analog I/O ports.
There are several types of input signals for the I/O module:
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Discrete Digital Inputs
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Analog Inputs
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GPS synchronization Information (IRIG-B or 1PPS)
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Serial Port RS-232
The I/O Engine periodically checks the inputs and sets the outputs
accordingly.
Energy pulses, Digital Inputs and Analog Inputs are logged continuously
along side with the Voltage and Current channels and stored in the PQZip
files.
Events may be defined by the user to alert (send notification) when they
cross user defined levels.
The triggered events may be sent through email to notify of certain
situations and scenarios.
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The Discrete Digital Inputs are also used for Energy metering by counting
pulses.
The status of the Digital Inputs and Analog Inputs may be monitored
through the Modbus RTU, Modbus TCP, OPC and DNP3 protocols, while
Digital Outputs and Analog Outputs can only be monitored via Modbus
RTU and Modbus TCP.
F eatures
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Enables the gathering of Real Time digital and Analog readings.
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Enables Discrete Digital Outputs and 4-20mA Analog Outputs.
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Enables overseeing temperatures or virtually any measurable levels and
statuses via external adapters.
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Synchronous signals input readings from pulsed outputs (including
TOU).
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Status determination of switches, protection relays, breakers, etc..
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Conditional operation and control of devices and equipment interfacing
with digital signals.
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Allows Triggering of loggable events, based on the Digital or Analog
inputs.
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High rate I/O ports signal sampling and compression in method similar
to that used in continuous logging of voltage and currents.
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Expandable up to three I/O modules per device.
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The full high resolution logged waveform data is synchronized with
logged I/O signals without gaps.
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Provides DFR (Digital Fault Recorder) Functionality.
For a detailed listing of technical specifications, refer
to Specifications on page II—1.
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II
T he Hardware
S pec ific ations
Environmental Conditions
Operating T emperature
S torage T emperature
Humidity
P ollution Degree
-20°C -70°C (-4°F -158°F )
-40°C -85°C (-40°F -185°F )
Max 95% non-c ondens ing
2
Ins ulation C ategory
II
Port Specifications
RS232 Connections
B aud R ate
Duplex
S upported P rotoc ols
C onnec tor T ype
Max. C able allowed
Multi I/O Module
Digital Inputs
C hannels
S ampling
R ange
T riggers
Is olation C onnec tor
C onfigurable: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 14400,
19200, 38400, 57600, 115200
F ull
GPS
DB 9 male
50 feet (15.2m)
8
[email protected] 50Hz; (16 s pc )
[email protected] 60Hz (16 s pc )
[1]
0 - 220V dc
E dge, L evel, T rigger (debounce)
125V
[1]
48V ; 110V ; 220V (via s erial res is tor)
Irig-B Input
T ime S ync hronizing
IR IG -B (G P S ) to 1ms ec
1P P S (G P S ) – better than 100μs
Digital Outputs
C hannels
Max V oltage
F unc tionality
4
100V
E dge, L evel, T rigger,
K Y Z P uls e Out
Analog Inputs
C hannels
S ignal
Impedanc e
Max.Voltage (common mode)
4
4-20mA (continuous DC)
25Ω
270 V
Analog Outputs
C hannels
S ignal
Ac c urac y
4
4-20mA (continuous DC)
0.1% (10 bit D to A resolution)
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Relay Output Module
C hannels
Max voltage
Max. reac tion time
Max. drop-out time
Output R es is tanc e
3 x Change Over
277 V ac
5 A/250 V ac
10A/110 V ac
5 A/30 V dc
10 ms
4 ms
50mΩ
Dimens ions w/Multi I/O (d x h x w)
175mm x 232mm x 160mm
Max c urrent
Dimensions (Overall)
P hys ic al Dimens ions
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T he B L AC K B OX Unit
The Blackbox w Multi I/O is configured with the following:
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Digital Inputs
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Option 1: 8 x Digital inputs (3.3 VDC-48VDC)(default option)
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Option 2: 8 x Digital Inputs (110VDC)
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Option 3: 8 x Digital Inputs (220VDC) (requires addtl. Resistor)
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4 x Digital Outputs (Max 100 VDC, 70 VAC, 600mA)
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3 x Change Over (Form C) Relays (Max 250 VAC, 6A)
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4 x Analog (4-20mA) Outputs (Max 600 Ω, ± 12 VDC
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4 x Analog (4- 20mA) Inputs
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1 x IRIG-B / 1PPS Input
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1 x RS232 (9 pin) (DTE
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Web Interfac e
The BLACKBOX’s internal Website is designed to serve as a main user
interface with the instrument, providing enhanced management,
configuration, and real-time monitoring functionality.
L ogin P age
Choose the interface language. The supported languages are:
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English (Default)
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Russian
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German
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Spanish
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French
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Chinese
(For other languages – please contact your local Elspec distributor.)
The Password field defines user level/privileges. Two user levels are
supported:
User
level
Password
V iewer
123
Admin
12345
Role
Read only, can choose interface language only, no
operations related changes are allowed
Administration, setup, and full control
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The passwords above are factory default values. You are advised to
modify Admin password if extended security measures are required.
In order to modify or configure any system settings
including I/O, you must be logged in as system
administrator.
T he S ite S truc ture
The BLACKBOX’s embedded website is organized into five
subsections:
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Monitoring: Real time monitoring of a variety of electrical parameters
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Energy: Integrated energy metering readings
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Power Quality: Power Quality standard compliance monitoring and
setup
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Configuration: Main entry for setup and device status monitoring
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Multi-IO: Setup and monitoring of the Multi I/O module(this heading
will only appear if the optional hardware is present. Please refer to Multi
I/O in a separate document)
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- Read Only mode when logged in as user.
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- Read/Write mode when logged in as administrator
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Multi I/O S ec tion
The Multi I/O can be configured through the Web Interface of the G44xx
unit that the module is attached to. The Multi I/O configuration consists of
the following
In each of the Setup procedures to follow, you need to
select the specific I/O module to be setup if multiple
modules exist.
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R elay S etup
There are three Change Over (C-Form) type relays per I/O module.
1. From the Multi I/ORelay Setup menu, select the desired relay to
configure (each relay needs to be configured individually).
2. Select the desired Mode.
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Disabled: Default state. The specific relay is disabled.
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Manual: Static output, either ‘0’ or ‘1’
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Auto: Conditional output.
3. Configure each relay accordingly with the desired functionality.
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Manual: by selecting the Manual mode, the relay's Normally Open
output can be set either as Open (0) or Closed (1).
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Auto: By selecting Auto, the relay's output is a function of the following:
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Energy
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Events
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Alarm
E nergy S ignal
Energy
Signal
P uls e
W eight
S ignal
T ype:
Description
Quantity: the amount of energy (quotient) for which a pulse is generated. (Every
time another energy quotient is measured – a preset number of pulses is
generated). May contain values from 0.01 to 100000.
Energy parameter: the measurement unit of reference
• Wh In – Active Energy flowing from Utility to Customer
• Wh out – Active Energy flowing from Customer to Utility
• VAh – Total Energy measured by the Meter
• VArh In – Reactive Energy flowing from Utility to Customer
• VArh Out - Reactive Energy flowing from Customer to Utility
The output signal type selection.
KYZ: Output toggles its current state.
010: The Relay changes its output status from the steady position (Open) to
Closed, holds this state for a predefined period of time (Duration parameter) and
then reverts to its original state (Open).
101: The Relay’s steady position is Closed. For this signal type the Relay
changes it’s state to Open, holds this state for a predefined period of time
(Duration parameter) and then reverts to its original status back to Closed.
Duration
The duration is not relevant for KYZ output signals since every time the relay state
is toggled it remains in that position’s state until it is required to toggle again.
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E vents S ignal
E vent C las s :
The type of event that is going to trigger the relay’s output.
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Code based: This option is for internal use only at this time.
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Custom events: Custom events defined by the user. Refer to the
Custom Events section in the G4400 Series Blackbox User Guide.
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Power Quality: The I/O output Relay is triggered in accordance to
the Compliance type selected.
S ignal T ype
The relay output signal has several format options:
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KYZ – Changes the state of the relay (Toggle) – If the Normally
Open contact is closed it will switch to Open and if it is open it will
switch to closed.
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0->1->0 – The steady state of the Relay is “Not Energized”,
meaning that the Normally Open terminal is open. Once this output
signal commences, the relay will close its Normally Open terminal
for a predefined period and then return to the initial state (where the
“Normally Open” terminal returns to “Open”).The period of time
the Relay will stay energized is set by the “Duration” parameter
under the Relay Setting field of that particular relay.
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1->0->1 – In this case, the Steady state of the Relay is “Energized”.
The “Normally Open” terminal of the relay is constantly closed.
Once the output signal commences, the Relay will open its
“Normally Open” terminal for a predefined period and then return
to the initial state (where “Normally Open” terminal is closed). The
period of time the Relay will stay energized is set by the “Duration”
parameter under the Relay Setting field of that particular relay.
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T rigger T ype
A condition which occurs over a period of time. The Relay signal may be
synchronized to begin either at the time the condition begins, either at
the time the condition ends or both for the beginning and the end of
a condition.
C ode B as ed
The Relay signal can be set to perform based on the Event Codes of the
G4400 unit. This option is for internal use only at this time.
P ower Quality
The Relay can be conditioned to provide a signal based on the Power
Quality Event Codes of the G4400 unit. A list of the different PQ
Events is displayed in the pull down Menu under the PQ Event field.
Alarm S ignal
The Alarm Signal function allows the conditioning of the Relay Output
Signal on the internal alarm of the G4400 unit. There is only one Alarm
code available at this time; the one that lights the RED light on the Panel
of the CPU unit.
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Alarm T ypes
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Binary Normal: means that if the value (Alarm Flag) of the alarm is
0 then the output is 0 (Relay Not Energized) and if the value (Alarm
Flag) of the alarm is 1, then the output is 1 (Relay is Energized).
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Binary Reverse: means that if the value (Alarm Flag) of the alarm is
0, the output is 1 (Relay is Energized) and if the value (Alarm Flag) is
1, the output is 0 (Relay Not Energized).
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Parameter Code: Currently there is only one alarm parameter called
“General status “which is also represented by illuminating a red
Indication Light on the front Panel of the Main CPU Module. It’s
Parameter Code is 4616.
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R elay S tatus
The relay status screen displays the setup status of the relays.
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Relay 1: configured to Auto mode, signalled on Events, using
0->1->0 as the signal type for a duration of 100ms. Relay signal is
synchronized to begin at the time the condition ends.
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Relay 2: configured to Auto mode, signalled on Alarm, using
Binary Normal as the alarm type.
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Relay 3: configured to Manual mode and the state is Open.
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Digital In S etup
1. Choose the module to configure if multiple modules exist.
2. From the eight available digital inputs, choose the one you want to
configure.
3. Select the Mode and Default State for each input.
4. Configure each Input using the following table as a reference.
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Parameter
Dis abled
Mode
Normal
Mode
Description
not active
Input data is sampled and stored in PQZip.
Input data is sampled and stored in PQZip as in Normal mode In addition, the
number of input pulses is counted inside the unit for Energy Metering
Functionality.
Factor: the number of pulses that equal one unit.
Unit: The measuring unit (distance, active energy, reactive energy, total energy).
Di P uls e
Mode
Default
S tate
P uls e T ype: A s ignal is detec ted when:
• KYZ –the input changes its state from 0 to 1 or from 1 to 0.
• 010; 101 –the status changes from one status to another, then
returns to the original status.
Debounce: the minimum amount of time the input must be constant after a
change. (for example: a debounce of 1000 ms means that a change in duration
of less than 1000ms will not be counted. This function was implemented in order
to prevent the system from interpreting undesired fast changing signals as valid
signals (e.g. When a button is pushed by hand it will generate fast changing
signals before signal stabilizes).
This Setup defines what the default state is for every discrete Digital Input line (0
or 1). A valid signal will only be detected when the signal will change from the
default State, according to the defined Pulse Mode selected (0->1->0; 1->0->1 or
KYZ).
Digital In S tatus
The Digital In Status screen displays the setup status of the Digital inputs.
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This status of all Digital Inputs is explained below:
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The IRIG-B/PPS: input not currently active. (see GPS Enhanced
Synchronization w/(IRIG-B / 1PPS) on page III—18).
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Digital Input 1: configured to DI Pulse mode, each pulse is equal to 1
unit, using KYZ as a pulse type, and Debounce is equal to 1000 ms.
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Digital Input 2: configured to Normal mode and the State is Open.
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Digital Input 3: Disabled
Digital Output S etup
1. Choose the module to configure if multiple modules exist.
2. From the four available discrete (1 Bit) “Digital Output” interfaces,
select the one to configure.
Each Digital Output interface has 3 states:
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Disabled - if no functionality is required from it
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Manual – if the user wishes to switch a Digital Output On or Off
manually.
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Auto – allows the user to switch a Digital Output conditionally.
3. Configure the digital outputs using the same parameters used in Relay
Setup on page III—4.
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Digital Output S tatus
The Digital Output Status screen displays the setup status of the Digital
Outputs.
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Digital Output 1: configured to Auto mode, signalled by an Alarm
using Binary Normal as a signal type and a Parameter code #201.
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Digital Output 2: configured to Manual mode.
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Digital Output 3: configured to Auto mode, signalled by Energy using
KYZ as a signal type and pulse weight of .01 Wh In.
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Digital Output 4: disabled.
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Analog In S etup
1. Choose the module to configure if multiple modules exist.
2. From the four available inputs, choose the one you want to configure.
3. Select the Mode.
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Disabled – The particular Analog In channel will NOT be read.
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Normal – The particular Analog In channel is read and available to
be read via the different protocols from the device and in the WEB
interface under “Analog In Status” screen. By setting the Minimum
and Maximum Values, the current read from that particular Analog
Input is displayed within the Min and Max range defined. The units
displayed along the read data can be set from the pull-down menu
named “Units”.
Normal C onfiguration
You must set the minimum and maximum values. The Analog readings
are presented as values within the minimum and maximum range.
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Analog In S tatus
The Analog In Status screen displays the setup status of the Analog inputs.
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Analog Input 1: disabled.
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Analog Input 2 configured to Normal mode with a logic range of 4 to
20 The measurement units have been set as “Ft/sec”.
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Analog Input 3 configured to Normal mode with a logic range of 4 to
20, and an output value of 20.000. The units have been set as “m/sec”.
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Analog Input 4 configured to Normal mode with a logic range of 4 to
20, and an output value of 4.0. The units have been set as “Celsius”
(degrees).
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Analog Out S etup
1. Choose the module to configure if multiple modules exist.
2. From the four available outputs, choose the one you want to configure.
3. Select the Mode.
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Disabled – The particular Analog Out channel is not active.
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Manual – The particular Analog Out channel will provide (to an
external circuit) a current in the range of 4mA to 20mA according to
the value set by the user in the “Output Field”. This value has to be
within the range on the Minimum and Maximum values. This value
is also available to be read via the different protocols from the device
and in the WEB interface under the “Analog Out Status” screen.
The current may represent a reading of some particular parameter.
The units of this parameter may be set through the pull-down menu.
C onfigure Manually
The values that need to be assigned when mode is manual.
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Unit: The unit of signal that the analog out channel represents.
•
Minimum Value: minimum value assigned to a logical scale
representing the 4mA (lowest available output current from an
Analog Out channel).
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Maximum Value: maximum value assigned to a logical scale
representing the 20mA (highest available output current from an
Analog Out channel).
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Output Value: The actual output value according to the logical scale
(within the boundaries of the Minimum and Maximum values).
Analog Out S tatus
The Analog Out Status screen displays the setup status of the Analog
outputs.
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Analog Output 1: disabled
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Analog Output 2 configured to Manual mode with a logic range of 4
to 20 and an output value of 4.0.
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Analog Output 3 configured to Manual mode with a logic range of 10
to 30 and an output value of 22.0.
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Analog Output 4 configured to Manual mode with a logic range of 15
to 40 and an output value of 31.5 and a physical output value of 14.560
mA. [Representing the “31.5” value within the Minimum of 15 (physical
4mA) and Maximum 40 (physical 20mA)].
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UAR T S etup
The UART Setup screen allows setting of the parameters of the RS-232
interface from the Multi IO module.
The RS-232 interface can be used only for interfacing with GPS at this stage.
If a GPS receiver is connected to this interface, set the serial communication
parameters accordingly (as stated by the GPS manufacturer), and select the
“UART mode” as GPS.
G P S E nhanc ed S ync hronization w/(IR IG -B / 1P P S )
The Multi
IO module includes an additional digital port designated for GPS
Enhanced Synchronization standards: IRIG-B 1PPS.
This input recognises automatically which one of the two inputs is
connected to it and synchronizes the internal clock (RTC) with this signal.
In GPS mode, the unit will synchronize automatically
to the GPS and the communication parameter is
detected automatically, therefore there is no
configuration necessary.
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