QUCM CCM Application Manual

QUCM CCM
Installation and Programming Manual
This Manual describes the QUCM application for interfacing CATERPILLAR CCM devices to a POWERLOGIC system.

Effective: 15 December, 2005

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Contents

1 Introduction ......................................................................................................................... 5

2 Installation ............................................................................................................................. 7
Module Installation ......................................................................................................... 7 Software Installation ....................................................................................................... 7 Serial Connections to the QUCM-S ............................................................................... 7 Port 1 to CCM ......................................................................................................... 7 Port 2 to the Personal Computer ............................................................................. 8 Loading the Applications into the QUCM ..................................................................... 9 EMCP II Device Register List ...................................................................................... 11 3500B Engine Device Register List ............................................................................. 16 Fault Identifiers (FID) .................................................................................................. 20

3 Web Server ......................................................................................................................... 23
Main Page ..................................................................................................................... 23 Actual Data Page .......................................................................................................... 24 Configure QUCM ......................................................................................................... 25 Add Device ............................................................................................................ 27 Serial Port Configuration ...................................................................................... 28 Save Settings to FLASH ....................................................................................... 29 Statistics Page ............................................................................................................... 29

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Figure 2-1 Figure 2-2 Figure 2-3 Figure 3-1 Figure 3-2 Figure 3-3 Figure 3-4 Figure 3-5 Figure 3-6 Figure 3-7 QUCM-OE to RS-232 CCM Port (25-pin) (MM16 Cable) ......................................... 8 QUCM-OE Layout ....................................................................................................... 8 QUCM-OE to RS-232 PC DCE Port (9-pin) (MM1 Cable) ....................................... 9 Main Web Page ........................................................................................................... 24 Web Server Actual Data Page .................................................................................... 25 Enter Password Page ................................................................................................... 26 Configuration Page ..................................................................................................... 27 Add Device Page ........................................................................................................ 28 Serial Port Page ........................................................................................................... 29 Statistics Web Page ..................................................................................................... 30

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.......................................................................................................................................................... 15 Table 2-6 3500B Engine Register List ............................... 13 Table 2-3 EMCP II Register List (GSC) ..........................................................................................................................Tables Table 2-1 EMCP II Register List (GSC+) ............................................................................................................................................................ 12 Table 2-2 ECMPII (GSC+) Register List Cont... 19 Table 2-10 3500B Shutdown Status ..................................................................................................... 14 Table 2-4 Alarm Status Bit Map ................. 15 Table 2-5 Shutdown Status Bit Map ........................................................................................ 19 Table 2-9 3500B Alarm Status ......................................................... ............................................ 18 Table 2-8 3500B Register List (Continued) ..................................................... 20 4 ............................................... 20 Table 2-11 Fault Identifiers ..................................................................... 17 Table 2-7 3500B Register List Continued .................................................

They must be assigned unique drop numbers between 1 and 32. The QUCMOE will support up to 6 simultaneous Modbus/TCP clients for access to the CCM data and PowerLogic/Modbus data.qcm is the web server used for configuration and data display. The CCM provices an ASCII serial interface to up to 8 Generators. These devices are accessed via Modbus/TCP by selecting the Destination Index assigned to each slave (1-16). This document covers an application that places CATERPILLAR EMCP II Genset data through a CCM on a Square D POWERLOGIC® network as Modbus/TCP compatible devices. QUCM CCM Application Manual 1 Introduction 5 .qcm is the CCM serial driver and Modbus/TCP server. Port 2 may be configured as a combination PNIM/Modbus RTU master to support a string of PowerLogic and/or Modbus RTU slaves. The QUCM will support up to 16 total generators with a CCM on each of its ports. Up to 32 slaves may attached to the QUCM.1 Introduction The Niobrara QUCM is a TSX Quantum® compatible module that is capable of running multiple applications for performing communication translations between serial protocols. Both of these applications must be running for the system to properly perform. A Modicon two (or more) slot Quantum rack and appropriate Quantum power supply is needed for mounting the QUCM. These devices are accessed by Modbus/TCP Destintion Indices 101 through 132. This setup allows existing Siemens equipment to be integrated into the POWERLOGIC System Manager Software system via Modbus/TCP Ethernet. Two applications are required to be loaded into the QUCM: app1. app2. The SMS server is connected to the QUCM via Modbus/TCP Ethernet. Port 1 (and optionally Port 2) of the QUCM is to be connected with an RS-232 cable to a Customer Communication Module (CCM).

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niobrara.2 Installation Module Installation 1 Mount the QUCM in an available slot in the register rack.ZIP file. NO parity.zip The latest version of this document in pdf format is located at: http://www.niobrara. QUCM CCM Application Manual 2 Installation 7 .pdf Serial Connections to the QUCM-S Port 1 to CCM Port 1 of the QUCM-OE is RS-232 so a simple cable is required to connect to the CCM. Use the Niobrara MM16 cable to connect the QUCM-OE to the CCM (See Figure 2-1). Configure the CCM for 9600 baud. A copy of PKUNZIP is included on the standard NR&D software disk and is also available at www.com. Secure the screw at the bottom of the module. This file must be unzipped using PKUNZIP.com/ftp/qucm/cat/caterpillar.EXE. 1 stop bit.niobrara.ZIP file is located at http://www. Refer to the CCM Owner’s Manual (SEBU6874-03) for complete instructions for configuring the CCM and connecting it to the generators. The latest version of the CCM.com/ftp/qucm/cat/cat. Software Installation The application files for the QUCM are included in the CCM. 8 data bits.

The Niobrara MM1 cable may be used for this connection. 8 Installation 2 QUCM CCM Application Manual . This cable is shown in Figure 2-3.RJ45 4 3 5 6 7 DE25P (male) 2 3 7 4 5 6 8 20 Figure 2-1 QUCM-OE to RS-232 CCM Port (25-pin) (MM16 Cable) 140 Active Ready Run Col Lnk TXE RXE QUCM Niobrara Fault 1 2 3 4 5 RN1 TX1 RX1 6 7 8 9 10 RN2 TX2 RX2 CATERPILLAR MM16Cable MM1 Cable Figure 2-2 QUCM-OE Layout Port 2 to the Personal Computer A physical connection must be made from the personal computer to the QUCM in order to download the applications. This link may be a serial connection from a COM port on the personal computer to the RS-232 port on the QUCM-S.

223. Firmware upload is as follows: 1 2 3 4 5 6 Remove the module form the rack. Set up the IP parameters of the module by the following method: 1 2 3 Move Switch 1 to Halt.150 subnet Mask = 255. Most likely the QCOMPILE.8.51.0. 7 8 It is recommended to use the Ethernet capabilities of QLOAD to load APP1.223. Only the 3 light should be on. The IP parameters are shown below for a unit with the IP = 206.QCC into the QUCM.51.fwl com1: Be sure to have the colon after the PC’s com port name. Telnet Port number = 24: Register Description Example (decimal) QUCM CCM Application Manual 2 Installation 9 .1 255 -b This will start zapreg32 in Modbus RTU mode to slave address 255. Remove the module from the rack and change the switch back to RUN.) Connect the PC to QUCM Port 1 with a MM1 cable. Connect the PC to QUCM Port 1 with a MM1 cable. It is a good idea to press the RESET button after a firmware change. Use the arrow and Page Up/Down keys to move to register 46.255. From the command line enter > fwload qucmtcp.e. From the command line enter >zapreg32 com1:9600.QCC.255. Default Gate = 206. The download will only take a few minutes and will inform when finished.EXE has been updated so be sure to use the newest version.RJ45 3 4 5 6 7 DE9S (female) 2 3 5 4 6 7 8 Figure 2-3 QUCM-OE to RS-232 PC DCE Port (9-pin) (MM1 Cable) Loading the Applications into the QUCM The QUCM is rapidly evolving so be sure to upgrade the firmware in the module before loading the latest version of APP1. (The Link and RX E-net lights may be on if the E-net port is connected and there is traffic. Move the RUN/LOAD switch on the back of the module to LOAD.1. Replace the module in the rack and apply power. Modbus/TCP port number = 503.QCC and APP2.

> ping 206. > zapreg32 206. Load the APP1 file with qload. Gate 223 Def.51. Gate 1 TCP Control 7 (leave this at 7) Reserved 0 Reserved 0 Reserved 0 TCP backstep 100 (leave this at 100) Modbus Port 503 (this defaults to 502) Telnet Port 24 (this defaults to 23) Quiet Timer 900 (leave this at 900) Clients -1 (leave this at -1) After entering the IP parameters. > qload 1 app1 206.51. The RN1 light should come on and light 1 will probably blink rapidly.51. Place Switch 2 in RUN.--------------------IP MSByte 206 IP 223 IP 51 IP LSByte 150 SN Mask 255 SN Mask 255 SN Mask 255 SN Mask 0 Def. attempt to ping the module to verify the settings.150 Verify a connection to the internal Modbus/TCP server with zapreg32.-------46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 4 5 ---------. Gate 51 Def.150:503 -a Will load the file into application 2’s flash and set the program to automatically start on power-up. Load the APP2 file with qload. > qload 2 app2 206.223.223.223. The RN2 light should come on. 6 7 8 9 Configure the application by connecting a web broswer to the IP address of the QUCM-OE 10 Installation 2 QUCM CCM Application Manual .150:503 255 Should connect to the QUCM on port 503 with Destination index 255.223.51. Gate 206 Def.150:503 -a Will load the file into application 1’s flash and set the program to automatically start on power-up. Place Switch 1 in RUN.

Values with two holding registers are 32-bit integers where the first register is bits 0-15 and the second register is bits 16-31. QUCM CCM Application Manual 2 Installation 11 . Modbus function codes 03 and 100 for reading. Most data is presented as signed 16-bit integers. At the present time writes are not supported.EMCP II Device Register List The data from the EMCP II device is presented as Modbus Holding Registers (4x). Power Factor is stored in standard POWERLOGIC format with an implied 3 decimal places and the sign bit signaling the leading/lagging.

65503 Amps RMS 0 .42 43.65503 Volts RMS 0 .34 35.22 23.65503 Volts RMS 0 .36 37.40 41.7%) Standard POWERLOGIC Format Standard POWERLOGIC Format Standard POWERLOGIC Format Standard POWERLOGIC Format -2147483616 to +2147483647 Watts -2147483616 to +2147483647 Watts -2147483616 to +2147483647 Watts -2147483616 to +2147483647 Watts -2147483616 to +2147483647 VAR -2147483616 to +2147483647 VAR -2147483616 to +2147483647 VAR -2147483616 to +2147483647 VAR -2147483616 to +2147483647 VA -2147483616 to +2147483647 VA -2147483616 to +2147483647 VA -2147483616 to +2147483647 VA 0 to 4294967263 kW-hrs 0 to 4294967263 kVAR-hrs -32726 to 32767 Degrees C 0-16383.3) Hz Times 10 (-3273.65535 Seconds 0 .65503 Amps RMS 0 .5 kPa (0.65503 Amps RMS 0 .65503 Volts RMS 0 .28 29.65503 Volts RMS 0 .65503 Volts RMS 0 .48 49 50 51 52 53 54 EMCP II Register List (GSC+) Discription Notes 1 = EMCP II (GSC+) x58 through x5F for 1 thorugh 8 0 .65503 Amps RMS Times 10 (0 .Table 2-1 Modbus/TCP Register 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21.6% to 3276.6550.65503 Volts RMS 0 .65503 Volts RMS 0 .26 27.5 kPa per bit) 0 to 65535 Hours See Table 2-2 See Table 2-4 See Table 2-5 $F4 $6D $F4 $42 $F4 $43 $F4 $44 $F4 $45 $F4 $46 $F4 $47 $F4 $C3 $F4 $48 $F4 $49 $F4 $50 $F4 $C4 $F4 $4B $F4 $C7 $F4 $C8 $F4 $C9 $F4 $CA $F4 $CB $FC $11 $FC $12 $FC $13 $FC $0F $FC $14 $FC $15 $FC $16 $FC $17 $FC $18 $FC $19 $FC $1A $FC $1B $FC $1C $FC $1D $00 $44 $00 $54 $00 $5E $F4 $4C $F4 $60 $F4 $61 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 N/A N/A N/A N/A 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 2 3 3 N/A N/A N/A PID FID Type CCM Device Type EMCP II Address Remaining Cooldown Time Voltage A-B Voltage B-C Voltage C-A Voltage A-N Voltage B-N Voltage C-N Average Voltage Current A Current B Current C Total Current Frequency % of Rated Power Output Power Factor A Power Factor B Power Factor C Average Power Factor Real Power A Real Power B Real Power C Total Real Power Reactive Power A Reactive Power B Reactive Power C Total Reactive Power Apparent Power A Apparent Power B Apparent Power C Total Apparent Power KW-Hours kVAR-Hours Engine Coolant Temperature Engine Oil Pressure Engine Hourmeter Relay Status Alarm Status Shutdown Status 12 Installation 2 QUCM CCM Application Manual .24 25.46 47.44 45.30 31.32 33.38 39.

F units) Degrees F (1 deg. Discription Notes 0.5 Volts DC per bit) 0 to 16383.5 V (.5 rpm per bit) -32736 to 32767 Degrees C -32736 to 32767 Degrees C -32736 to 32767 Degrees C PSI (1 psi Units) Degrees F (1 deg.Table 2-2 Modbus/TCP Register 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 ECMPII (GSC+) Register List Cont. F units) Volts AC KW KVAR KVA KW KW KW KVA KVA KVA KVAR KVAR KVAR PID $F0 $13 $00 $40 $F5 $3E $F4 $40 $F4 $41 Calculated Calculated Calculated Calculated Calculated Calculated Calculated Calculated Calculated Calculated Calculated Calculated Calculated Calculated Calculated Calculated Calculated Calculated Calculated Calculated FID Type 1 2 2 2 2 Genset Battery Voltage Genset Engine RPM Genset Oil Temperature Genset Right Exhaust Temperature Genset Left Exhaust Temperature Engine Oil Pressure Engine Coolant Temperature Battery Voltage Engine RPM Generator Oil Temperature Right Exhaust Temperature Left Exhaust Temperature Average L-L Voltage Total Real Power Total Reactive Power Total Apparent Power Real Power A Real Power B Real Power C Apparent Power A Apparent Power B Apparent Power C Reactive Power A Reactive Power B Reactive Power C CTS Fail Count Statistic Timeout Count Statistic Good Read Type 1 Good Read Type 2 Good Read Type 3 Good Read Type 4 Good Read Type 5 Good Write Type 0 Good Write Type 1 Good Write Type 2 Good Write Type 3 Good Write Type 4 Good Write Type 5 Transmit Retry Counter Pointer to last timout PID QUCM CCM Application Manual 2 Installation 13 .0 to 127. F units) Degrees F (1 deg.5 RPM (0. F units) VDC (1 Vdc units) RPM (1 rpm units) Degrees F (1 deg.0.

65503 Volts RMS 0 .3) Hz -32726 to 32767 Degrees C 0-16383.5 kPa (0.5 Volts DC per bit) 0 to 16383.65503 Amps RMS Times 10 (0 .65535 Seconds 0 .65503 Amps RMS 0 .5 V (.65503 Volts RMS 0 . F units) VDC (1 Vdc units) RPM (1 rpm units) $F4 $6D $F4 $64 $F4 $64 $F4 $64 $F4 $65 $F4 $65 $F4 $65 $F4 $4B $00 $44 $00 $54 $00 $5E $F4 $4C $F4 $60 $F4 $61 $F0 $13 $00 $40 Calculated Calculated Calculated Calculated 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 N/A N/A N/A 1 2 PID FID CCM Device Type EMCP II Address Remaining Cooldown Time Voltage A-B Voltage B-C Voltage C-A Current A Current B Current C Frequency Engine Coolant Temperature Engine Oil Pressure Engine Hourmeter Relay Status Alarm Status Shutdown Status Genset Battery Voltage Genset Engine RPM Engine Oil Pressure Engine Coolant Temperature Battery Voltage Engine RPM CTS Fail Count Statistic Timeout Count Statistic Good Read Type 1 Good Read Type 2 Good Read Type 3 Good Read Type 4 Good Read Type 5 Good Write Type 0 Good Write Type 1 Good Write Type 2 Good Write Type 3 Good Write Type 4 Good Write Type 5 Transmit Retry Counter Pointer to last timout PID 14 Installation 2 QUCM CCM Application Manual .5 kPa per bit) 0 to 65535 Hours See Table 2-2 See Table 2-4 See Table 2-5 0.6550.0 to 127.0.5 RPM (0.5 rpm per bit) PSI (1 psi Units) Degrees F (1 deg.65503 Volts RMS 0 .Table 2-3 Modbus/TCP Register 1 2 3 4 5 6 11 12 13 15 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 60 61 62 63 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 EMCP II Register List (GSC) Discription Notes 3 = EMCP II (GSC) x58 through x5F for 1 thorugh 8 0 .65503 Amps RMS 0 .

6 5.0 Overspeed Overcrank Low Oil Pressure High Coolant Temperature Spare Fault Emergency Stop Coolant Loss Diagnostic Code Shutdown Status Bit Map Discription QUCM CCM Application Manual 2 Installation 15 .12 11.4 3.4 3.14 13.12 11.10 9.12 11.8 7.8 7.10 9. or not installed Table 2-5 Bits 15.8 7.0 Undefined Undefined Engine Control Alarm High Oil Temperature Engine Control Switch not in "Auto" or "Manual" Low Oil Pressure Low Coolant Temperature High Coolant Temperature Alarm Status Bit Map Discription For Each Group of Alarm Status Bits: 00 = Alarm is OFF 01 = Alarm is ON 10 = Undefined 11 = Not available.14 13.14 13.10 9.Relay Status Bit Map Bits 15.4 3.0 Discription Electronic Governor Relay Program Spare Relay Run Relay Genset Fault Relay Starter Motor Relay Crank Terminate Relay Fuel Control Relay Air Shutoff Relay For Each Group of Relay Status Bits: 00 = Off/de-energized 01 = On/energized 11 = Relay not installed Table 2-4 Bits 15.6 5.6 5.2 1.2 1.2 1.

Most data is presented as signed 16-bit integers. At the present time writes are not supported. 16 Installation 2 QUCM CCM Application Manual . Modbus function codes 03 and 100 for reading.For Each Group of Shutdown Status Bits: 00 = Shutdown inactive 01 = Shutdown Active 10 = Undefined 11 = Not available. or not installed 3500B Engine Device Register List The data from the 3500B Engine device is presented as Modbus Holding Registers (4x). Values with two holding registers are 32-bit integers where the first register is bits 0-15 and the second register is bits 16-31.

$01-$07 = ON $00=OFF. C -32736 to 32767 deg.05liter/hr) -32736 to 32767 deg.5 kPA/bit) 0 to 65535 hours 0 to 16383.5 kPA (0.5PA (0.5kPA (0.5 kPA/bit) 0 to 16383. $03=Stop $04=Auto $00=Relay Off.5 kPA/bit) 0 to 16383. C $F4 $6D $00 $40 $00 $44 $00 $53 $00 $54 $00 $55 $00 $58 $00 $5C $00 $5E $00 $5F $00 $C8 $F0 $13 $F0 $2C $F0 $8F $F0 $9C $F0 $A6 $F0 $AA $F0 $B1 $F0 $B6 $F1 $18 $F2 $13 $F4 $0E $F4 $1C $F4 $20 $F4 $40 $F4 $41 $F5 $09 $F5 $0F $F5 $11 $F5 $1F $F5 $20 $F5 $25 $F5 $3E $FC $07 $FC $08 N/A 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 N/A 2 N/A N/A 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 N/A N/A 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 2 3 3 3 2 N/A N/A PID FID Type CCM Device Type EMCP II Address Cooldown Time Remaining Engine RPM Engine Coolant Temperature Filtered Engine Oil Press. (gauge) 0 to 16383. Left Exhaust Temp.38 39. Crankcase Air Pressure (guage) Filtered Fuel Pressure (guage) Intake Manifold Air Temp.3kPA (0.5 rpm (0. C -3273. $01-$07 = ON $00=OK.5 volt/bit) $00 = OK.6 to 3276.125 gal/bit) 0 to 127.1kPa/bit) 0. $01=LOW 0 to 255% (1% / bit) $00 = Start.5 kPA/bit) 0 to 268435456 gal (0. $7F = Stop 0 to32751.5 volts (0.5 rpm/bit) -32736 to 32767 deg.5 kPA/bit) -32736 to 32767 deg. Right Exhaust Temp.7 kPA (0. $02=Start.5 kPA/bit) 0 to 16383. $7F = LOW $00=OFF. C -32736 to 32767 deg. $01=Relay ON $00=OFF.5 kPA/bit) -32736 to 32767 deg.40 3500B Engine Register List Discription Notes 2 =3500B Engine x58 through x5F for 1 thorugh 8 0-65535 seconds 0 to 16383. Right Air Filter Restriction Left Air Filter Restriction Fuel Consumption Rate Engine Oil Temperature Alarm Status Shutdown Status 0 to 16383.5 kPA (0.1kPa/bit) 0 to 6550.5 kPA (0.15 liter/hr ( 0.Table 2-6 Modbus/TCP Register 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13.00 to 3275.3kPA (0.5 kPA/bit) Atmospheric Pressure Boost Pressure (guage) Air Filter Restriction Left Turbo Inlet Pressure (abs) Genset Hourmeter Right Turbo Inlet Pressure (abs) Total Fuel System Battery Voltage Engine Coolant Level Status Engine Control Switch Position Shutdown Notify Relay Status Overspeed Switch Air Shutoff Status Remote Emergency Stop Engine Fuel Level Status Percent Engine Load Remote Starte Initiate Oil Pressure Differential Fuel Pressure Differential Aftercoolant Temp. $01-$07 = ON $00=OFF.5 kPA/bit) 0 to32751.5kPA (0.5 kPA (0.5 kPA (0.14 15 16 17 18* 19 20* 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37.1 kPA/bit) 0 to 32751. C See Table 2-9 See Table 2-10 QUCM CCM Application Manual 2 Installation 17 . C 0 to 6550.5 kPA (0.

125 gal/bit) times 10 Volts $00 = OK. $01-$07 = ON $00=OFF. $7F = Stop times 10 psi times 10 psi deg.Table 2-7 Modbus/TCP Register 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50. $01-$07 = ON $00=OFF.51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74. $02=Start. F deg. F times 10 psi times 10 psi deg. $01=LOW 0 to 255% (1% / bit) $00 = Start.77 3500B Register List Continued Discription Notes times 10 Deg. F times 10 psi times 10 psi times 10 gal/hr deg. $7F = LOW $00=OFF. $01-$07 = ON $00=OK. F deg. $01=Relay ON $00=OFF. F See Table 2-9 See Table 2-10 18 Installation 2 QUCM CCM Application Manual .75 76. $03=Stop $04=Auto $00=Relay Off. F times 10 psi Engine RPM Engine Coolatnt Temp Atmospheric Pressure Filtered Engine Oil Pressure (guage) times 10 psi Boost Pressure (guage) Air Filter Restriction Left Turbo Inlet Pressure (abs) Genset Hourmeter Right Turbo Inlet Pressure (abs) Total Fuel Used System Battery Voltage Engine Coolant Level Status Engine Control Switch Position Shutdown Notify Relay Status Overspeed Switch Air Shutoff Status Remote Emergency Stop Engine Fuel Level Status Percent Engine Load Remote Start Initiate Oil Pressure Differential Fuel Pressure Differentail Aftercoolant Temp Right Exhaust Temp Left Exhaust Temp Crankcase Air Pressure (Guage) Filtered Fuel Pressure (Guage) Intake Manifold Air Temp Right Air Filter Restriction Left Air Filter Restriction Fuel Consumption Rate Engine Oil Temperature Alarm Status Shutdown Status times 10 psi times 10 psi times 10 psi 0 to 65535 hours times 10 psi 0 to 268435456 gal (0.

Table 2-8 Modbus/TCP Register 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 101. Not Used Oil Filter Plugged Fuel Filter Plugged High crankcase pressure High Aftercooler coolant temp. Not Used Low System Voltage Low Engine Oil Pressure High Engine Coolant Temp. Engine Overspeed Air Filter Plugged Not Used High exhaust Temperature QUCM CCM Application Manual 2 Installation 19 .1 gal per bit) $00 $C8 Table 2-9 Bits 24-31 23 22 16-21 15 14 13 12 8-11 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 3500B Alarm Status Discription Not Used High Transmission oil temp. Low Transmission oil temp. Low Engine Coolant Temp.102 3500B Register List (Continued) Discription Notes PID FID CTS Fail Count Statistic Timeout Count Statistic Good Read Type 1 Good Read Type 2 Good Read Type 3 Good Read Type 4 Good Read Type 5 Good Write Type 0 Good Write Type 1 Good Write Type 2 Good Write Type 3 Good Write Type 4 Good Write Type 5 Transmit Retry Counter Pointer to last timout PID Total Fuel (0.

$8F $90 $91 $92 $93 . and unsigned long.$9F Unsigned Byte (Type 1) $E0 . intermittent. pulse width. Not Used Engine Overspeed Not Used Discription Fault Identifiers (FID) The Fault Identifiers are sorted into six types from signed byte. or incorrect Shorted high or open circuit Shorted low Open Circuit or current below normal Current above normal or grounded circuit Not used Abnormal frequency.$EF $F0 $F1 $F2 $F3 .$E1 $E2 $E3 $E4 $E5 $E6 $E7 $E8 $E9 $EA $EB $EC $ED .$80000001 $80000002 $80000003 $80000004 $80000005 $80000006 $80000007 $80000008 $80000009 $8000000A $8000000B $8000000C $8000000D $8000000F $80000010 $80000011 $80000012 $80000013 $8000001F Unsigned Long (Type 5) $FFFFFFE0 $FFFFFFE1 $FFFFFFE2 $FFFFFFE3 $FFFFFFE4 $FFFFFFE5 $FFFFFFE6 $FFFFFFE7 $FFFFFFE8 $FFFFFFE9 $FFFFFFEA $FFFFFFEB $FFFFFFEC $FFFFFFED $FFFFFFEF $FFFFFFF0 $FFFFFFF1 $FFFFFFF2 $FFFFFFF3 $FFFFFFFF Fault Description Not Used Data erratic. unsigned byte. signed long. Table 2-11 Fault Identifiers FID Signed Byte (Type 0) $80 . or period Abnormal update Not used Failure mode not identified Bad device or component Not used Parameter not available Module not responding Sensor supply fault Not used 0-1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13-15 16 17 18 19-31 20 Installation 2 QUCM CCM Application Manual .$FF Signed Word (Type 2) $80000 $8001 $8002 $8003 $8004 $8005 $8006 $8007 $8008 $8009 $800A $800B $800C $800D $800F $8010 $8011 $8012 $8013 $801F Unsigned Word (Type 3) $FFE0 $FFE1 $FFE2 $FFE3 $FFE4 $FFE5 $FFE6 $FFE7 $FFE8 $FFE9 $FFEA $FFEB $FFEC $FFED $FFEF $FFF0 $FFF1 $FFF2 $FFF3 $FFFF Signed Long (Type 4) $800000000 .Table 2-10 3500B Shutdown Status Bits 14-31 13 12 7-11 6 5 4 3 0-2 Not Used High crankcase pressure High Aftercooler coolant temp Not Used Low engine oil pressure High engine coolant temp. unsigned word. signed word.$81 $82 $83 $84 $85 $86 $87 $88 $89 $8A $8B $8C $8D .

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Statistics on this QUCM. QUCM Port. Figure 3-1 shows an example page with Port 1 set for CCM Slave mode with two ECMP II Generators online. and a page for configuring this QUCM. If the device is responding to queries then the cell will display "Online". The Online message is a hypertext link that will display the "Actual" data for that device. If a device is not responding to queries from the QUCM then the Status table entry will have a gray background and display the text "Offline". Device Type. At the bottom of the Main page are links to Niobrara’s WWW site. QUCM CCM Application Manual 3 Web Server 23 . Genset slave address.3 Web Server Main Page The Main page displays a summary of the configured Caterpillar devices. and Device Status. The table will display the Modbus/TCP Destination Index.

24 Web Server 3 QUCM CCM Application Manual . Figure 3-2 shows a table for a ECMP II Genset.Figure 3-1 Main Web Page Actual Data Page Following one of the "Online" links will display a table of the metered data for the particular CCM device.

The default password is "master" and is case sensitive. QUCM CCM Application Manual 3 Web Server 25 . The user should implement other more stringent protection such as firewalls and isolated networks to ensure the safety of the metered system. If it has been longer than three minutes since a password protected setting has been altered then the user will be prompted to enter the password. The current password must be verified before the new password is edited. A link is provided for altering the password. NOTE: This password protection is not very secure and is only intended to prevent accidental modification to the QUCM configuration. The password may need to be entered before access to this page is granted.Figure 3-2 Web Server Actual Data Page Configure QUCM At the bottom of the Main page is a link to configure the QUCM. Light 9 will come on while the password timer is active. The new password must be entered twice for verification.

not just the user who entered the password.NOTE: Once a password has been accepted by the QUCM. change the password. and save the configuration to FLASH. alter the serial port configuration. Links below are given to add a new device. 26 Web Server 3 QUCM CCM Application Manual . Figure 3-3 Enter Password Page Each CCM device configured is shown with a link to edit the device paramters or remove the device. any connection is allowed to modify settings until the timer expires.

Addresses must be unique for a given QUCM port. There is a pull-down menu item for the Modbus/TCP Destination Index.Figure 3-4 Configuration Page Add Device The Add Device link is used to add a new CCM device to the list. This may be desirable if a particular device is to be powered off for extended periods of time because the QUCM will not waste bandwidth trying to poll a device that is not present. There is a text field for the CCM Slave Address. A screen like Figure is displayed. Only slaves 1 through 8 are supported on each port. QUCM CCM Application Manual 3 Web Server 27 . There is a pull down field for the QUCM port number. Port 2 must be in CCM Master mode or the devices configured for Port 2 will not actually be polled. There is a check box for "In Service". There is a pull down field for the Device Type. This menu will only display unused values. Clearing this check box keeps the device in the QUCM’s configuration but prohibits the QUCM from actually polling it.

or 19200. 9600. As a PNIM/RTU Master. As an CCM Slave its parity is fixed at NONE and its baud rates may be set to 1200. the Protocol of Port 2. 4800. Port 2 may be set to CCM Slave or PNIM/RTU Master. or 19200 When Port 2 is in PNIM/RTU. its parity may be set to EVEN or NONE and its baud rate may be set to 1200. Its baud rate may be set to 1200. Port 1 is fixed as an CCM Master. 2400. 9600. 9600 is recommended.Figure 3-5 Add Device Page Serial Port Configuration The Serial Port Configuration page allows the altering of the baud rates of QUCM port 1 and 2. Its parity is fixed at NONE. 4800. 2400. and the Parity of Port 2. 2400. The QUCM will automatically determine the proper protocol for the each of the possible 32 slaves. 9600. 4800. it accepts Modbus/TCP queries to Destination Idices 101 through 132 and passes the messages out to either PNIM or Modbus RTU slaves 1 through 32. 28 Web Server 3 QUCM CCM Application Manual . or 19200.

Once the settings are saved to flash.Figure 3-6 Serial Port Page Save Settings to FLASH After completion of the configuration. the QUCM’s configuration. (See Figure 3-7) QUCM CCM Application Manual 3 Web Server 29 . be sure to save the settings to flash. Statistics Page At the bottom of the Main page is a link to some statistical information about this QUCM. including its IP settings. will be safe indefinately. Otherwise the modifications will be lost on the next power cycle of the QUCM.

Figure 3-7 Statistics Web Page 30 Web Server 3 QUCM CCM Application Manual .