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SCADAPack 32 Controller

Hardware Manual

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SCADAPack 32 Controller Hardware Manual


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Table of Contents
OVERVIEW......................................................................................................................... 6 INSTALLATION.................................................................................................................. 8 Field Wiring .................................................................................................................... 8 Controller Board Field Wiring Connectors................................................................ 8 Lower I/O Module Field Wiring Connectors ............................................................. 9 Jumpers ....................................................................................................................... 10 Power Supply............................................................................................................... 10 Controller Board Power Supply .............................................................................. 10 Lower I/O Module Power Supply............................................................................ 11 Recommended AC Power Supply Configuration ................................................... 12 Recommended DC Power Supply Configuration ................................................... 13 Alternate AC Power Supply Configuration ............................................................. 14 Using Model 5103 Uninterruptible Power Supplies................................................ 15 Recommended 5103 Power Supply Configuration ................................................ 15 Sample Power Supply Calculations ....................................................................... 16 Sample Power Calculation for SCADAPack 32 Controller ....................... 16 System Grounding.................................................................................................. 17 Analog Inputs ............................................................................................................... 18 Controller Board Internal Analog Inputs ................................................................. 18 Lower I/O Module Analog Inputs ............................................................................ 18 Analog Inputs Data Format..................................................................................... 19 Analog Outputs ............................................................................................................ 21 Current Outputs ...................................................................................................... 21 Voltage Outputs ...................................................................................................... 21 Analog Outputs Data Format.................................................................................. 22 Digital Inputs ................................................................................................................ 23 Controller Board Digital /Counter Inputs................................................................. 23 Controller Board Interrupt Input.............................................................................. 23 Lower I/O Module Digital Inputs ............................................................................. 25 Digital Outputs ............................................................................................................. 26 Controller Board Status Output .............................................................................. 26 Lower I/O Module Digital Outputs .......................................................................... 26 SERIAL COMMUNICATION ............................................................................................ 29 RS-232 Serial Communications Ports ......................................................................... 29 COM1 RS-232 Serial Port ...................................................................................... 29 COM2 RS-232 Serial Port ...................................................................................... 30 COM3 RS-232 Serial Port ...................................................................................... 30 COM4 RS-232 Serial Port ...................................................................................... 31 RJ-45 Modular Connector for RS-232.................................................................... 32 DE-9P Connector for RS-232................................................................................. 33 RS-485 Serial Communication Port............................................................................. 35 RJ-45 Modular Connector for RS-485.................................................................... 35 RS-485 Bias Resistors ........................................................................................... 36

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RS-485 Termination Resistors ............................................................................... 36 RS-232 Wiring Examples............................................................................................. 37 DTE to DTE without Handshaking.......................................................................... 37 DTE to DTE with Handshaking............................................................................... 37 DTE to DCE with Handshaking .............................................................................. 38 RS-485 Wiring Examples............................................................................................. 39 Four wire mode....................................................................................................... 39 Two wire mode ....................................................................................................... 39 RS-232 Cables ............................................................................................................ 41 RJ-45 to DE-9S DTE .............................................................................................. 41 RJ-45 to DE-9P DCE.............................................................................................. 41 RS-485 Cable ......................................................................................................... 41 ETHERNET COMMUNICATION ...................................................................................... 43 LAN Port Settings ........................................................................................................ 43 TCP/IP Settings ...................................................................................................... 43 Modbus/TCP Settings............................................................................................. 43 RJ-45 Modular Connector for Ethernet .................................................................. 45 OPERATION..................................................................................................................... 46 Operating Modes ......................................................................................................... 46 Run Mode ............................................................................................................... 46 Service Mode.......................................................................................................... 46 Cold Boot Mode ...................................................................................................... 47 LED Indicators ............................................................................................................. 47 Controller Board LEDs............................................................................................ 47 Lower I/O Module LEDs ......................................................................................... 48 LED Power Control ...................................................................................................... 49 Status LED and Output................................................................................................ 49 I/O Module Error Indication..................................................................................... 49 Configuration Switches ................................................................................................ 51 Analog Input Range Selection ................................................................................ 51 Analog Output Range Selection ............................................................................. 51 Digital Input Filters.................................................................................................. 52 Line Frequency Selection ....................................................................................... 52 MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................... 54 Fuses ........................................................................................................................... 54 Lithium Battery ............................................................................................................. 54 TROUBLESHOOTING ..................................................................................................... 55 Analog Inputs ............................................................................................................... 55 Analog Outputs ............................................................................................................ 55 Digital Inputs ................................................................................................................ 56 Digital Outputs ............................................................................................................. 56 SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................ 57 General ........................................................................................................................ 57

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Controller Board........................................................................................................... 57 Communications .......................................................................................................... 58 Visual Indicators .......................................................................................................... 59 Power Supply............................................................................................................... 60 Controller Board ..................................................................................................... 60 Lower I/O Module ................................................................................................... 60 I/O Capacity ................................................................................................................. 60 Analog Inputs ............................................................................................................... 61 Analog Outputs ............................................................................................................ 62 Digital Inputs ................................................................................................................ 63 Controller Board ..................................................................................................... 63 Lower I/O Module ................................................................................................... 63 Digital Outputs ............................................................................................................. 65 Controller Board ..................................................................................................... 65 Lower I/O Module ................................................................................................... 65 CE Mark Self Declaration ............................................................................................ 66

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Overview
The SCADAPack 32 controller is the latest in the SCADAPack series of controllers and is fully compatible with existing SCADAPack installations. The SCADAPack 32 consists of a controller board and a lower I/O module. The controller board has an integrated power supply, three digital/counter inputs, an interrupt input, a status output, a 10-BaseT Ethernet port and three serial communication ports. Two of the serial communication ports are RS-232 and the third is configurable RS-232/485. The lower I/O module has eight analog inputs, sixteen digital inputs, twelve digital outputs and one RS-232 serial communication port. The lower I/O module may be configured with two optional analog outputs. The I/O capacity of SCADAPack 32 Controllers can be expanded by using 5000 Series I/O modules. A maximum of forty 5000 Series I/O modules may be used for a total expansion capacity of 256 digital inputs, 256 digital outputs, 128 analog inputs, 64 analog outputs (when no optional analog outputs have been installed) and 32 counter inputs.

The lower I/O module RS-232 serial communication port supports half-duplex communication and RTS/CTS hardware handshaking for connection to modems and radio modems. This RS-232 port operates at baud rates from 1200 baud to 115200 baud. SCADAPack 32 memory has 8 Mbytes SDRAM, 4 Mbytes flash ROM, and 0.5 Mbytes CMOS SRAM. The CMOS SRAM is non-volatile (battery backed.). A real time clock

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calendar provides for time of day operations and alarms. A hardware watchdog timer protects against application program failures. The SCADAPack 32 is able to enable and disable status LEDs on all modules connected to the 5000 Series I/O bus including the controller board and the lower I/O modules.

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Installation
The installation of SCADAPack 32 controllers requires mounting the SCADAPack 32 controller on the 7.5mm by 35mm DIN rail and connecting the SCADAPack 32 controller to the system I/O Bus. Refer to the System Configuration Guide, at the beginning of this manual, for complete information on system layout, I/O Bus cable routing and SCADAPack 32 controller installation.

Field Wiring
SCADAPack 32 controllers use screw termination style connectors for termination of field wiring. These connectors accommodate solid or stranded wires from 12 to 22 AWG. The connectors fit over pins on the controller board and the lower I/O module. The connectors are removable allowing replacement of the SCADAPack 32 Controller without disturbing the field wiring. Leave enough slack in the field wiring for the connector to be removed. CAUTION: Remove power before servicing unit. To remove the termination connector: Pull the connector upward from the board. Apply even pressure to both ends of the connector. Line up the pins on the module with the holes in the connector. Make sure all the pins line up properly. Push the connector onto the pins. Apply even pressure to both ends on the connector.

To install the termination connector:

Controller Board Field Wiring Connectors


The controller board has six connectors for field wiring. Refer to the following diagram for connector locations. The power inputs and output are wired to a six-pole connector. Refer to the Controller Board Power Supply section for more information. Digital/counter inputs, the interrupt input and the status output are wired to an eight-pole connector. Refer to the Controller Board Digital /Counter Inputs, Controller Board Interrupt Input and Controller Board Status Output sections for more information. Each of the three serial communication ports are wired to a black 8 pin modular connectors. Refer to the Serial Communication Section for more information. The Ethernet LAN Port is wired to a black 8 pin modular connector. Refer to the Ethernet Communication Section for more information.

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5V

RUN

LEDS STAT FORCE

INT

CTR0 CTR1 CTR2

LAN LINK

TX RX CTS DCD

TX RX CTS DCD TX RX CTS DCD

P1

Power Supply and CPU

Interupt and Counters

LAN

COM1

COM2

COM4

P2

P11 SW1 P9 J 2
J 4 COM Port

J 5
RS485

J J 9 10
RS232 J 7 J 8 P4
P5 LAN

P11

BT1

F1

F2

TX RX
P6 COM1 RS-232/485 P7 COM2 RS-232 P8 COM4 RS-232

P3
AC/DC + PWR IN DC PWR + + 0 1 2 COM INT STATUS DIN/COUNTER

LED POWER

Lower I/O Module Field Wiring Connectors


The lower I/O module has seven connectors for field wiring. Refer to the drawing below for connector locations. The AC/DC power inputs, DC power output and analog outputs are wired to a nine-pole connector. Refer to the Lower I/O Module Power Supply section and the Analog Outputs section for more information. The analog inputs are wired to a nine-pole connector. Refer to the Lower I/O Module Analog Inputs section for more information. The digital inputs are wired to two nine-pole connectors. Refer to the Lower I/O Module Digital Inputs section for more information. The digital outputs are wired to two ten pole connectors. Refer to the Lower I/O Module Digital Outputs section for more information. The lower I/O module has one RS-232 serial communication port that is wired to a DE-9P plug connector. Refer to the Serial Communication section for more information.

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Relay Status LEDs

Relay Contacts 0-3 Connector (P7)

Relay Contacts 4-11 Connector (P8)

COM3 RS-232 Connector (P11)

COM3 Status LEDS

DIN Status LEDS

Chassis Ground link. (J 3)

Power and Analog Output Connector (P3)

Analog Input Connector (P4)

Digital Inputs 0-7 Connector and status LEDs (P5)

Digital Inputs 8-15 Connector and status LEDs (P6)

Jumpers
Most headers and jumpers on the controller board are reserved for manufacturing and test functions. The RS-485 termination jumpers are described in the RS-485 Serial Communication Port section. See the RS-485 Termination Resistors section for additional information.

Power Supply
The primary power supply is a 5V and 24V supply in the controller board. This supply is sufficient to power the controller board and the lower I/O module and a limited number of 5000 Series I/O modules. A second 24V supply is available in the lower I/O module on the SCADAPack 32 Controller. NOTE: Voltage referred to as Vrms (or VAC on some products) indicates AC power. Voltage referred to as V indicates DC power.

Controller Board Power Supply


The controller board power supply provides a 5V output to power the lower I/O module and 5000 Series modules through the IMC cables. This supply has a 1.3A output capacity. The 24V can be supplied from the controller board to the lower I/O module and to other 5000 Series I/O modules. Refer to the System Configuration Guide, at the beginning of this manual, for more information.

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The controller board power supply accepts AC or DC input power. Connect a power source to the input power in one of the following ways: CAUTION: Power can be applied to either the AC/DC power input OR the DC power input. DO NOT apply power to both inputs. Damage to the power supply may result. A 16Vrms source connects to the AC/DC PWR IN terminals. Recommended AC Power Supply Configuration shows this AC power source coming from a transformer. A 13-24V source may be connected to the AC/DC PWR IN terminals instead of the 16Vrms source, although this is not common. The polarity of the source does not matter. An 11-24V source connects to the DC PWR terminals. Recommended DC Power Supply Configuration shows this DC power source coming from a battery. The AC/DC power input typically connects to a 16Vrms source or a 24V source. Under these conditions, 20 to 24V is available at the DC PWR terminals, suitable for powering 20mA loop transmitters. The DC PWR input typically connects to 12V batteries or 12-24V DC power supplies. There is no battery charger with the SCADAPack 32 controller. Under these conditions, no connection should be made to the AC/DC power input.

Lower I/O Module Power Supply


The lower I/O module power supply is used primarily to power the internal circuitry of the lower I/O module. When a 16Vrms or 24V source is connected to the AC/DC PWR IN input 20 to 24V is available at the DC PWR terminals. Refer to the System Configuration Guide, at the beginning of this manual, for more information. The lower I/O module power supply accepts AC or DC input power. Connect a power source to the input power in one of the following ways: CAUTION: Power can be applied to either the AC/DC power input OR the DC power input. DO NOT apply power to both inputs. Damage to the power supply may result. An 11-24V source connects to the DC PWR terminals. Recommended AC Power Supply Configuration shows this DC power source coming from the controller board. Recommended DC Power Supply Configuration shows this DC power source coming from a battery. A 16Vrms source connects to the AC/DC PWR IN terminals. Alternate AC Power Supply Configuration. shows this AC power source coming from a second transformer. A 13-24V source may be connected to the AC/DC PWR IN terminals instead of the 16Vrms source, although this is not common. The polarity of the source does not matter. The DC PWR input connects to 12V batteries or the DC PWR output of the controller. Under these conditions, no connection should be made to the AC/DC PWR IN input. There is no battery charger with the lower I/O module. The AC/DC PWR IN input typically connects to a 16Vrms or 24V source. Under these conditions, 22 to 24V are available at the DC PWR terminals, suitable for powering 20mA loop transmitters.

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Recommended AC Power Supply Configuration


This configuration uses a single Class 2 transformer to power the controller board and the lower I/O modules. 24V are available on the controller module connector P3. They are used to power the analog circuitry for the analog input circuits on the lower I/O module.

Controller Board AC/DC DC PWR PWR IN + P3 120 Vrms 16 Vrms 1 2 3 4 5 6

Class 2 Transformer

Lower I/O Module AC/DC DC PWR AOUT PWR IN + 0 1 COM P3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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Recommended DC Power Supply Configuration


This configuration uses a single power supply or battery to power the controller board and lower I/O module. Refer to the System Configuration Guide, at the beginning of this manual, for more information. The power supply is used to power the analog circuitry for the lower I/O module.

Controller Board 11-24V power supply or battery. P3 1 2 AC/DC DC PWR PWR IN + 3 4 5 6

Lower I/O Module

AC/DC DC PWR AOUT PWR IN + 0 1 COM P5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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Alternate AC Power Supply Configuration


This configuration uses two single Class 2 transformers to power the controller board and the lower I/O module. This configuration is capable of higher DC power output levels than those shown in the Recommended AC Power Supply Configuration section..

Controller Board AC/DC DC PWR PWR IN + P5 120 Vrms 16 Vrms 1 2 3 4 5 6

+ 24 V for transmitters

Class 2 Transformer Lower I/O Module

AC/DC DC PWR AOUT PWR IN + 0 1 COM P3 120 Vrms 16 Vrms 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

FUSE 1.0A slow blow

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Using Model 5103 Uninterruptible Power Supplies


When additional power is required by the system, 5000 Series 5103 power supplies can be used in combination with the SCADAPack 32 controllers. Refer to the System Configuration Guide, at the beginning of this manual, for more information. The 5103 power supplies can be connected anywhere downstream (to the right) of the controller. They will supply power to the modules downstream of them. The 5103 power supply may also be connected upstream (to the left) of any SCADAPack 32 Controller, but only if no power is applied to the power inputs of the controller board.

Recommended 5103 Power Supply Configuration


This configuration uses a 5103 Power Supply module to power a SCADAPack 32. The 24VDC output from the 5103 powers the lower I/O modules. The 5103 power supply provides a 5V output to power the lower I/O module, the controller board and 5000 Series modules through the IMC cables. Note that no connection is made to the AC/DC PWR IN or DC PWR terminals on the controller board.
Install J umper J when using 5103 5 to power controller board. 5103 Power Supply Controller Board + BATT 4 5 + 24V 9 10 P5 1 2 AC/DC DC PWR PWR IN + 3 4 5 6

P3

AC/DC 1 2 3

120 Vrms

24 Vrms

Lower I/O Module

Class 2 Transformer

AC/DC DC PWR AOUT PWR IN + 0 1 COM P3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Optional 12 Volt Gel Cel Battery

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Sample Power Supply Calculations


In the Recommended AC Power Supply Configuration section the controller board may be powering the lower I/O module, as well as other 5000 Series modules. Refer to the System Configuration Guide, at the beginning of this manual, for more information. The following table shows current requirements of the controllers and I/O modules: SCADAPack 32 Component SCADAPack 32 Controller Board SCADAPack 32 Lower I/O Module SCADAPack 32 Optional Analog Output Module 5V Current Requirement 500mA 20mA +40mA per relay 10mA 24V Current Requirement 0mA 20mA + 20mA per analog input 15mA + 20mA/output

Sample Power Calculation for SCADAPack 32 Controller


In this example there is a SCADAPack 32 controller board with a lower I/O module and analog outputs. Assume all 12 digital output relays will be on, and 24V must be available for both analog outputs and 4 of the analog inputs. 5V Current SCADAPack 32 Controller Board Lower I/O Module Analog Outputs Total 500mA 500mA 10mA 1010mA 24V Current 0mA 100mA 55mA 155mA

The SCADAPack 32 controller board has 1300mA available from the 5V supply. A minimum of 100mA is available from the 24V supply. Additional current is available from the 24V supply when the 5V is not loaded to its 1300mA maximum. The total 24V supply current is calculated as follows: 24V current = 100 + ((1300 Total Current @ 5V) x 0.25) where: 100 = 1300 = Total Current @ 5V = 0.25 = Minimum current @ 24V Maximum current @ 5V Sum of 5V current required for system Derating factor

In this example, when 1010mA is required at 5V, 172.5mA is available on the 24V supply. This is less than the 155mA required by the 24V supply.

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System Grounding
In most applications, it is desirable to ground the system by connecting the system power supply common, to the chassis or panel ground. On the SCADAPack 32 controller board, the side of both the 5V and the 24V supplies are connected to the enclosure. Pins 1 and 2 on P3 are connected internally to the enclosure. On the lower I/O module, the side of the 24V supply is connected to the enclosure by a printed circuit board trace labeled J3. This trace may be cut. See the Controller Board Field Wiring Connectors section for the location of this trace.

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Analog Inputs
The controller boards have two internal analog inputs, used by application programs to monitor RAM voltage and controller board ambient temperature. The lower I/O module has eight single ended analog inputs.

Controller Board Internal Analog Inputs


SCADAPack 32 Controllers have two internal analog inputs. The ambient temperature input measures the temperature at the controller circuit board. It is useful for measuring the operating environment of the controller. The temperature sensor returns a value in the range -40C to 75C or -40F to 167F. Temperatures outside this range cannot be measured. The lithium battery input measures the voltage of the battery that maintains the nonvolatile RAM in the controller. It is useful in determining if the battery needs replacement. The 3.6V lithium battery will return a value in mV. Readings of 3600 or 3700 are typical. A readings less than 3000 (3.0V) indicates that the lithium battery requires replacement.

Lower I/O Module Analog Inputs


The lower I/O module in the SCADAPack 32 and SCADAPack 32 provides eight single ended analog inputs that are configured for either 20mA current or 5V operation. The 20mA version has 250 current sense resistors on the inputs. It is otherwise identical to the 5V version. The lower I/O module uses a 12-bit, successive approximation, analog to digital (A/D) converter. The analog inputs are transient protected, and are optically isolated from the main logic power. All inputs share a common return (COM). A 24V supply powers the isolated analog input circuits. The controller board power supply normally provides this voltage. Refer to the Power Supply section to see the recommended AC and DC power supply configurations. A wide range of voltages can be tolerated. Refer to the Specifications section for details. A 16Vrms transformer can also power the analog input circuitry. Refer to the Lower I/O Module Power Supply section of the manual for alternate power supply wiring examples. Both 20mA and 5V analog input modules require this supply. The 20mA version supports loop powered and self powered transmitters. Loop powered transmitters connect between the +24V and the analog input. The loop current continues to the COM through a 250 resistor built into the 20mA input circuit. Self powered transmitters connect to the analog input and to COM. The following diagram shows how to wire these transmitters.

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AC/DC DC PWR AOUT PWR IN + 0 1 COM P3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1

0 1

1 2

2 3

3 4

4 5

5 6

6 7

7 COM 8 9 P4

Refer to the Power Supply section of the manual for alternate power supply wiring examples. + 24V Supply + 24V Supply

2 wire loop powered transmitter shown

Self powered transmitter shown on Input

The 20mA version analog inputs have a signal measurement range of 0-20mA or 420mA. The 5V version analog inputs have a measurement range of 0-5 V or 1-5V. The controller board Option Switch 1 selects the measurement range. All eight analog inputs are set to the same range. The Analog Input Range Selection section shows the Option switch settings for selecting the measurement range. The 5V version is identical to the 20mA version except that the 250 input resistors are not installed. 5V signals connect from the analog input to COM. The following diagram shows how to wire 5V inputs.

AC/DC DC PWR AOUT PWR IN + 0 1 COM P3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1

0 1

1 2

2 3

3 4

4 5

5 6

6 7

7 COM 8 9 P4

Refer to the Power Supply section of the manual for alternate power supply wiring examples. + 24V Supply

+ 5V output transmitter shown on Input 6

Analog Inputs Data Format


The lower SCADAPack 32 I/O modules have a 12-bit, unipolar, analog to digital (A/D) converter. There are 4096 A/D counts in the input signal range. The input resolution is: 4.88A/count on 20mA version 1.22mV/count on the 5V version The following table shows the A/D output value for several input signals.

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Current 0mA 4.88A 4mA 10mA 15mA 19.995mA

Voltage 0V 1.22mV 1.00V 2.5V 3.75V 4.999V

A/D Output 0 8 6552 16384 24576 32760

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Analog Outputs
The lower I/O module may include two channels of analog output if this option was requested at time of purchase. Refer to the Analog Output Range Selection section for information on configuring the analog outputs range.

Current Outputs
The optional lower I/O module analog output module provides two 20mA analog outputs. These outputs are isolated from the system 5V power supply. They are not isolated from each other. The outputs share a common return with each other and the lower I/O module analog inputs. The analog output resolution is 12 bits. Analog outputs are isolated from logic circuits, for protection against voltage transients and high common mode voltages. An external 24V supply powers the isolated output circuits. This is usually the same power supply that powers current loop transmitters in the system. A power supply normally provides this power. A wide range of voltages are tolerated. Refer to the Specifications section for details. The following diagram shows recommended field wiring practices.

AOUT AC/DC DC PWR 0 1 COM PWR IN + P3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Refer to the Power Supply section of the manual for alternate power supply wiring examples. + 24V Supply

L O A D

L O A D

Voltage Outputs
To obtain voltage outputs, connect a load resistor as shown in the diagram above. Connect the voltage device across the load resistor. The table below list resistance values and output range settings for common voltage ranges. The resistance value listed is the parallel resistance of the device and the load resistor. Voltage Range 0 to 5V 0 to 10V Resistance 250 500 Output Range 0-20mA 0-20mA

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Analog Outputs Data Format


The optional analog output module installed in the lower I/O module has a 12-bit, unipolar, digital to analog (D/A) converter. There are 4096 D/A counts in the output signal range. The 0-20mA output range resolution is 4.88A/count. The table below shows the output current for several D/A values. D/A Value 0 8 6552 16384 24576 32760 Current 0mA 4.88A 4mA 10mA 15mA 19.995mA

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Digital Inputs
The controller board has four digital (discrete) inputs. The lower I/O module has sixteen digital inputs.

Controller Board Digital /Counter Inputs


The controller board has three Digital / Counter inputs. These inputs are labeled DIN\Counter 0, 1 and 2 on the P4 terminal connector. These inputs operate as AC or DC digital inputs or as counter inputs. For DC inputs the maximum input voltage is 30V and the minimum voltage to turn the input ON is 10V. For AC inputs the maximum input voltage is 24Vrms and the minimum voltage to turn the input ON is 10Vrms. For counter inputs the maximum frequency is 5KHz with the filters off.

The DIN\Counter inputs can be used as both digital inputs and counters in an application program. Refer to the din520x and cntr520x I/O boards in the I/O Connection Reference section of the ISaGRAF User Manual for information on how to use these inputs in an application program. Each of the three digital / counter (DIN/Counters) inputs on the SCADAPack 32 controller has a switch selectable filter, which limits the maximum input frequency. Filtering limits the maximum digital input or counter frequency to approximately 30Hz. Refer to the Digital Input Filters section for filter selection information. Use a filter for 50 or 60Hz digital inputs and for low speed counting applications that experience problems due to contact bounce. Do not use filtering for high speed counting applications.

An example of wiring each type of input is shown in the diagram below.


0
P4

DIN/Counter 1 2 COM
6
7
8

Connection Example: SW1 Filter 0 is ON to debounce contacts. SW1 Filter 1 is ON to filter AC. SW1 Filter 2 is OPEN for high speed counting.
SW1

+ 24V

16Vrms

1 2 Options 3 4 0 1 Filters 2 not used

+ Pulse Output

Controller Board Interrupt Input


The controller board has one Interupt digital input. This input is labeled DINT on the P4 terminal connector. This input operates as a DC digital input or as a counter inputs.

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For DC input the maximum input voltage is 28V and the minimum voltage to turn the input ON is 2.5V. For counter input the maximum frequency is 500Hz.

The INT input can be used as both a digital input and as a counter in an application program. Refer to the dinint and cntrint I/O boards in the I/O Connection Reference section of the ISaGRAF User Manual for information on how to use these inputs in an application program. The diagram below shows how to wire this input.

INT + P4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

+ 2.5-28V

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Lower I/O Module Digital Inputs


The lower I/O module, on the SCADAPack 32 includes sixteen digital inputs. These digital inputs are optically isolated from the logic power. To simplify field wiring, the inputs are organized into two groups of eight inputs. Each group shares a common return. These groups of eight inputs are isolated from each other. Inputs 0 to 7 are in one group. Inputs 8 to 15 are in the other group. The lower I/O module digital inputs are available in four standard voltage ranges, for both AC and DC applications. A current limiting resistor, on each input, determines the voltage range. Light Emitting Diodes (LED) on the digital inputs show the status of each of the inputs.
0 P5 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 0-7 7 COM 8 9 P6 8 1 9 2 10 3 11 4 12 5 13 6 14 7 8-15 15 COM 8 9

24Vrms

0 P5 1

1 2

2 3

3 4

4 5

5 6

6 7

0-7 7 COM 8 9 P6

8 1

9 2

10 3

11 4

12 5

13 6

14 7

8-15 15 COM 8 9

+ 24V COM

The lower I/O module accommodates AC or DC inputs, depending on the configuration ordered from the factory. The first diagram above shows typical AC input field wiring. The second diagram above shows typical DC input field wiring. Signal polarity must be observed when using DC inputs. Connect the positive signal to the input. Connect the negative signal to the common.

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Digital Outputs
The controller boards have one digital (status) output. The lower I/O module has 12 digital (relay) outputs.

Controller Board Status Output


The controller board status output indicates an alarm condition to an external device. The output is ON (capable of conducting current) during normal operation. The output is OFF (high impedance) during the following conditions: Power failure. Controller board RESET. Application program defined conditions.

The status output is an optically isolated transistor. The polarity of the output must be observed. The output current must be limited to 60mA during the ON condition. The output voltage must be limited to 30V during the OFF condition. A typical application of this output is shown in the following diagram. The output energizes a relay. The normally closed contacts of this relay are used to activate an alarm. The relay in this application has a 24V coil with greater than 400 resistance.
STATUS +

P4

+ 24 V NO COM NC

Relay Coil Specifications: 24V > 400 ohms < 60mA NC ALARM CONTACTS: closed during power failures and fault conditions.

Lower I/O Module Digital Outputs


The lower I/O module has 12, dry contact, digital (mechanical relay) outputs. Ten outputs are Form A (normally open NO) and two outputs are Form C (both normally open NO and normally closed NC contacts). The table below shows the type of digital outputs for each lower I/O module digital output. Digital Output 0 1 Terminals P7 - 8,9,10 P7 - 5,6,7 Type Form C Form C Contact Description
NO and NC with common isolated NO and NC with common isolated

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Digital Output 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Terminals P7 - 3, 4 P7 - 1, 2 P8 9 P8 8 P8 7 P8 6 P8 4 P8 3 P8 2 P8 1

Type Form A Form A Form A Form A Form A Form A Form A Form A Form A Form A

Contact Description
NO isolated NO isolated NO common return P8-10 NO common return P8-10 NO common return P8-10 NO common return P8-10 NO common return P8-5 NO common return P8-5 NO common return P8-5 NO common return P8-5

The two Form C outputs and two of the Form A outputs are individually isolated allowing multiple power sources to be used within the same module. Loads can be connected to either output terminal and to either the high or the low side of the power source. The following wiring diagrams show how to wire these outputs.

These are typical wiring examples. Only four outputs are shown. DC Wiring Examples + 24 V L O A D
L O A D F U S E

NOTE: Refer to specifications for current and voltage limitations. AC Wiring Examples HOT 120Vrms Neutral
L O A D F U S E

L O A D

Fuses shown are optional.

10

4 2

2 3

P7 Digital Outputs

1 0 NO NC COM NO NC COM

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These are typical wiring examples. Only four outputs are shown. DC Wiring Examples + 24V L O A D
L O A D F U S E

NOTE: Refer to specifications for current and voltage limitations. AC Wiring Examples HOT 120Vrms Neutral
L O A D F U S E

L O A D

Fuses shown are optional.

10 4-7 COM

9 4

8 5

7 6

6 7

3 9

2 10

1 11

P8 Digital Outputs

8-11 8 COM

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Serial Communication
The SCADAPack 32 controller is equipped with four serial communication ports. All four serial communication ports support RS-232 serial communication and one port supports both RS-232 and RS-485 serial communication. Three of the communication ports are located on the SCADAPack 32 controller board and one is located on the SCADAPack 32 Lower I/O module. Serial ports on the SCADAPack 32 controller are designated COM1, COM2, COM3 and COM4. Refer to the drawing in the Controller Board Field Wiring Connectors section for the location of the serial ports.

RS-232 Serial Communications Ports


All RS-232 wiring must use shielded cable. The shield should be connected to chassis ground at one point. The DE-9 connector shell is a good ground point. Failure to properly shield the cable may result in the installation not complying with FCC or DOC radio interference regulations.

COM1 RS-232 Serial Port


Serial port COM1 may be configured as an RS-232 or RS-485 serial communication port. A jumper must installed on J9 to operate COM1 in RS-232 mode. A jumper must installed on J10 to operate COM1 in RS-485 mode.

Refer to the drawing in the Controller Board Field Wiring Connectors section for the location of COM1 and jumpers J9 and J10. For information on using COM1 as a RS-485 serial port refer to the RS-485 Serial Communication Port section. Connections to COM1 are made through a RJ-45 modular connector. The wiring and pin connections for this connector are described in the RJ-45 Modular Connector for RS232 section. The following table shows the serial and protocol communication parameters supported by COM1. These parameters are set from the ISaGRAF Workbench or from an application program running in the SCADAPack 32 controller. Default values are set when a Cold Boot or Service Boot is performed on the SCADAPack 32 controller. Parameter Baud Rate Duplex Parity Data Bits Stop Bits Supported Values 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600 and 115200. Default: 9600 Full or Half Default: Full Odd, None or Even Default: None 7 or 8 Bits Default: 8 Bits 1 or 2 Bits Default: 1 Bit

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Parameter Receive Flow Control Transmit Flow Control Station Protocol Addressing Mode

Supported Values ModbusRTU or None Default: ModbusRTU Ignore CTS or None Default: None 1 to 65534 Default: 1 None, Modbus RTU or Modbus ASCII Default: Modbus RTU Standard or Extended Default: Standard

COM2 RS-232 Serial Port


Connections to COM2 are made through a RJ-45 modular connector. The wiring and pin connections for this connector are described in the RJ-45 Modular Connector for RS232 section. Refer to the Controller Board Field Wiring Connectors section for the location of COM2 on the SCADAPack controller board. The following table shows the serial and protocol communication parameters supported by COM2. These parameters are set from the ISaGRAF Workbench or from an application program running in the SCADAPack 32 controller. Default values are set when a Cold Boot or Service Boot is performed on the SCADAPack 32 controller. Parameter Baud Rate Duplex Parity Data Bits Stop Bits Receive Flow Control Transmit Flow Control Station Protocol Addressing Mode Supported Values 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600 and 115200. Default: 9600 Full or Half Default: Full Odd, None or Even Default: None 7 or 8 Bits Default: 8 Bits 1 or 2 Bits Default: 1 Bit ModbusRTU or None Default: ModbusRTU Ignore CTS or None Default: None 1 to 65534 Default: 1 None, Modbus RTU or Modbus ASCII Default: Modbus RTU Standard or Extended Default: Standard

COM3 RS-232 Serial Port


Connections to COM3 are made through a DE-9P connector. The wiring and pin connections for this connector are described in the DE-9P Connector for RS-232 section.

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Refer to the Controller Board Field Wiring Connectors section for the location of COM3 on the SCADAPack controller board. The following table shows the serial and protocol communication parameters supported by COM1. These parameters are set from the ISaGRAF Workbench or from an application program running in the SCADAPack 32 controller. Default values are set when a Cold Boot or Service Boot is performed on the SCADAPack 32 controller. Parameter Baud Rate Duplex Parity Data Bits Stop Bits Receive Flow Control Transmit Flow Control Station Protocol Addressing Mode Supported Values 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600 and 115200. Default: 9600 Full or Half Default: Half Odd, None or Even Default: None 7 or 8 Bits Default: 8 Bits 1 or 2 Bits Default: 1 Bit ModbusRTU or None Default: ModbusRTU Ignore CTS or None Default: None 1 to 65534 Default: 1 None, Modbus RTU or Modbus ASCII Default: Modbus RTU Standard or Extended Default: Standard

COM4 RS-232 Serial Port


Connections to COM4 are made through a RJ-45 modular connector. The wiring and pin connections for this connector are described in the RJ-45 Modular Connector for RS232 section. Refer to the Controller Board Field Wiring Connectors section for the location of COM4 on the SCADAPack controller board. The following table shows the serial and protocol communication parameters supported by COM4. These parameters are set from the ISaGRAF Workbench or from an application program running in the SCADAPack 32 controller. Default values are set when a Cold Boot or Service Boot is performed on the SCADAPack 32 controller. Parameter Baud Rate Duplex Parity Data Bits Supported Values 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600 and 115200. Default: 9600 Full or Half Default: Full Odd, None or Even Default: None 7 or 8 Bits Default: 8 Bits

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Parameter Stop Bits Receive Flow Control Transmit Flow Control Station Protocol Addressing Mode

Supported Values 1 or 2 Bits Default: 1 Bit ModbusRTU or None Default: ModbusRTU Ignore CTS or None Default: None 1 to 65534 Default: 1 None, Modbus RTU or Modbus ASCII Default: Modbus RTU Standard or Extended Default: Standard

RJ-45 Modular Connector for RS-232


Serial communication ports COM1, COM2 and COM4 are located on the SCADAPack 32 controller board. These are RS-232 serial ports using a 8-pin female RJ-45 connectors configured as Data Terminal Equipment (DTE). The recommended specification for RS232 cable length is a maximum of 50 feet or 15.2 meters. Shielded cable must be used and the shield should be connected to chassis ground at one end. The following diagram shows the pin connections for the RS-232 (RJ-45) port connector for COM1, COM2 and COM4.
RJ Modular J -45 ack 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. + 5V DCD DTR GND RxD TxD CTS RTS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Notes:
+5V is only available on Pin 1 when a jumper is installed on J4. Refer to the Controller Board Field Wiring Connectors section for the location of J4. Serial port COM1 may be configured as RS-232 or RS-485. A jumper must installed on J10 to operate COM1 in RS-232 mode. Refer to the Controller Board Field Wiring Connectors section for the location of J10.

The following table provides a description of the function of each pin of the RJ-45 connector. In this table a MARK level is a voltage of +3V or greater and a SPACE level is a voltage of 3V or less. Pin 1 2 3 Function 5V (Output) DCD (Input) DTR (Output) Description This pin can be connected to the 5V power supply by installing a jumper at J4 on the SCADAPack controller board. The DCD led is on for a MARK level. This pin is normally at a MARK level.

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Pin

Function (Output)

Description This pin is at a SPACE level when DTR is de-asserted. This pin is connected to the system ground. The level is SPACE on standby and MARK for received data. The LED is lit for a MARK level. The level is SPACE on standby and MARK for transmitted data. The LED is lit for a MARK level. This level must be a MARK for the communication port to transmit data. When the attached device does not provide this signal, the controller keeps the line at a MARK. When the attached device does provide this signal, it must set CTS to MARK to allow the controller to transmit data.

4 5 6 7

GND RxD (Input) TxD (Output) CTS (Input)

RTS (Output)

This pin is a MARK if full-duplex operation is selected for the port. This pin is set to a MARK just before and during transmission of data if half-duplex operation is selected. This pin is set to a SPACE when no data is being transmitted.

DE-9P Connector for RS-232


Serial communication port COM3 is located on the SCADAPack 32 Lower I/O module. COM3 is an RS-232 port with a 9-pin male D-sub-miniature (DE-9P) connector configured as Data Terminal Equipment (DTE). The recommended specification for RS232 cable length is a maximum of 50 feet or 15.2 meters. Shielded cable must be used and the shield should be connected to chassis ground at one end. The following diagram shows the pin connections for the RS-232 (DE-9P) port connector for COM3.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. DCD RxD TxD DTR GND nc RTS CTS + 5V

1 6

2 7

3 8

4 9

9.

The following table provides a description of the function of each pin of the DE-9P connector. In this table a MARK level is a voltage of +3V or greater and a SPACE level is a voltage of 3V or less. Pin 1 2 Function DCD RxD Type Input Input Description The DCD led is on for a MARK level. The level is SPACE on standby and MARK for received data. The LED is lit for a MARK level.

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Pin 3

Function TxD

Type Output

Description The level is SPACE on standby and MARK for transmitted data. The LED is lit for a MARK level. This pin is normally at a MARK level. This pin is at a SPACE level when DTR is deasserted.

DTR

Output

5 6 7

GND

This pin is connected to the system ground. This pin is not connected.

RTS

Output

This pin is a MARK if full-duplex operation is selected for the port. This pin is set to a MARK just before and during transmission of data if half-duplex operation is selected. This pin is set to a SPACE when no data is being transmitted.

CTS

Input

This level must be a MARK for the communication port to transmit data. When the attached device does not provide this signal, the controller keeps the line at a MARK. When the attached device does provide this signal, it must set CTS to MARK to allow the controller to transmit data.

5V

Output

This pin is connected to the 5V power supply. Exercise caution when using it. COM3 on the Lower I/O module has 5V present at all times. COM1, COM2 and COM4 have 5V present only when a jumper is installed at J4 on the SCADAPack 32 controller board.

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RS-485 Serial Communication Port


Serial port COM1 on the SCADAPack 32 controller may be configured as an RS-485 serial communication port. A jumper must installed on J9 to operate COM1 in RS-232 mode. Refer to the Controller Board Field Wiring Connectors section for the location of J9. When configured as a RS-485 port COM1 transmits and receives differential voltages to other RS-485 devices on a network. The RS-485 specification allows a maximum of 32 devices connected on a single RS-485 network. The recommended specification for RS485 is the cable length should not exceed a maximum of 4000 feet or 1200 meters. Termination resistors are required when using long cable lengths and high baud rates. Refer to the RS-485 Termination Resistors section for information on termination resistors. The signal grounds of the RS-485 devices in the network are not connected together but instead are referenced to their respective incoming electrical grounds. The grounds of the RS-485 devices on the network must be within several volts of each other. The RS-485 port operates in two or four wire mode.

RJ-45 Modular Connector for RS-485


The following diagram shows the pin connections for the RS-485 (RJ-45) port connector for COM1.
RJ Modular J -45 ack Black 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. + 5V Rx Tx GND + Rx + Tx Do not connect 8. Do not connect

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

+5V is only available on Pin 1 when a jumper is installed on J4. Refer to the Controller Board Field Wiring Connectors section for the location of J4. Serial port COM1 may be configured as RS-232 or RS-485. A jumper must installed on J9 to operate COM1 in RS-485 mode. Refer to the Controller Board Field Wiring Connectors section for the location of J9. The differential receive and transmit signals are labeled +/Rx and +/Tx respectively. Some RS-485 devices refer to the side of the signal as A and the + side of the signal as B. The following table provides a description of the function of each pin of the RJ-45 connector. In this table a MARK level is a voltage of +3V or greater and a SPACE level is a voltage of 3V or less.

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Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Function 5V (Output) -Rx (Input) -Tx (Output) GND +Rx (Input) +Tx (Output) N/C N/C

Description This pin can be connected to the 5V power supply by installing a jumper at J4 on the SCADAPack controller board. The DCD led is on for a MARK level. This pin is normally at a MARK level. This pin is at a SPACE level when DTR is de-asserted. This pin is connected to the system ground. The level is SPACE on standby and MARK for received data. The LED is lit for a MARK level. The level is SPACE on standby and MARK for transmitted data. The LED is lit for a MARK level. Do not connect this pin for RS-485 operation. Do not connect this pin for RS-485 operation.

RS-485 Bias Resistors


The RS-485 receiver inputs on the SCADAPack 32 controller are biased to ensure that that received data is driven to a valid state (space) when there are no active drivers on the network. The value of these bias resistors is 4700 ohms from Ground to the Rx input and 4700 ohms from +5V to the +Rx input.

RS-485 Termination Resistors


Termination resistors are required in long networks operating at the highest baud rates. Shorter networks in high noise environments may also benefit from terminations. Networks as long 1000 ft. operating at 9600 baud will function without termination resistors. Terminations should be considered if the baud rate is higher and the network is longer. When termination resistors are required, they are installed on the first and last station on the RS-485 wire pair. All other stations should not have termination resistors. RS-485 networks are generally terminated with 120 ohm resistors on each end. The required 120 ohm resistor is built into the SCADAPack 32 controller. When these termination resistors are used, the biasing generally has to be increased in order to generate at least 0.2V across the +/Rx input. To connect the termination resistors: Install a jumper across J8 to terminate the Rx pair. Install a jumper across J7 to terminate the Tx pair. Remove the jumper across J8 to terminate the Rx pair. Remove the jumper across J7 to terminate the Tx pair.

To disconnect the termination resistors:

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RS-232 Wiring Examples


DTE to DTE without Handshaking
There are several methods for wiring the RS-232 COM port to DTE (Data Terminal Equipment) and DCE (Data Communications Equipment) devices. The simplest connection requires only 3 wires: RxD, TxD and signal ground. The following diagram shows a common RS-232 COM port to DTE device.
RS-232 COM port (DTE)
DCD RxD TxD DTR GND

DTE
DCD RxD TxD DTR GND

RTS CTS + 5V See device specifications for pin numbers

RTS CTS

DTE to DTE with Handshaking


Some DTE devices may require hardware handshaking lines. The most common are the CTS and RTS lines. Less common are the DTR and DCD lines. These lines are not required by the controller. Refer to the specifications of the external device for exact requirements. The following diagram shows a common connection of an RS-232 COM port with a DTE device requiring handshaking lines.
RS-232 COM port (DTE)
DCD RxD TxD DTR GND

DTE
DCD RxD TxD DTR GND

RTS CTS + 5V See device specifications for pin numbers

RTS CTS

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DTE to DCE with Handshaking


DCE devices require different wiring. The handshaking lines must be connected in most cases. Note that many DCE devices are half duplex. Select half-duplex operation with these devices. The diagram below shows common connection of a SCADAPack with a DCE device requiring handshaking lines.
RS-232 COM port (DTE)
DCD RxD TxD DTR GND

DCE
DCD RxD TxD DTR GND

RTS CTS + 5V See device specifications for pin numbers

RTS CTS

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RS-485 Wiring Examples


Four wire mode
Four wire operation uses one pair of wires for transmitting data and a second pair for receiving data. The transmitting pair is connected to +Tx and Tx. The receiving pair is connected +Rx and Rx. The following diagram shows the wiring details for a four wire connection.
MASTER RX + RX TX + TX First station in network may require termination.

SLAVE RX + RX TX + TX RS-485 network 4000 feet (1200 m) maximum length

SLAVE RX + RX TX + TX

SLAVE RX + RX TX + TX Last station in network may require terminations.

Two wire mode


Two wire operation uses one pair of wires for transmitting and receiving data. +Tx must be connected to +Rx and Tx must be connected to the Rx. This pair of wires becomes

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the transmitting and receiving pair. The following diagram shows the wiring details for a two wire connection.
5232 RX + RX TX + TX First station in network may require terminations.

5232 RX + RX TX + TX RS-485 network 4000 feet (1200 m) maximum length

Other RS485 Device

TX/RX + TX/RX

5232 RX + RX TX + TX Last station in network may require terminations.

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RS-232 Cables
RJ-45 to DE-9S DTE
This cable is used to connect from an RJ-45 based RS-232 port on the SCADAPack 32 controller to DE-9P connector on a DTE such as a PC. A 10 ft. long cable is available from Control Microsystems as part number 297217. RJ-45 8 Pins SCADAPack 32 DTE Function DE9S DTE Function DE9S Shield connects to shell 6 5 4 1, 2, 3, 7 and 8 are not connected at this end. TxD RxD GND GND RxD TxD GND GND 2 3 5 No wires connected at this end.

RJ-45 to DE-9P DCE


This cable is used to connect from an RJ-45 based RS-232 port on the SCADAPack 32 controller to DE-9S connector on a DCE such as a modem. A 15 inch long cable is available from Control Microsystems as part number 297218. RJ45 SCADAPack 32 DTE Function DE-9P DCE Function DE-9P Shield connects to shell 3 6 5 2 4 7 8 1 DTR TxD RxD DCD GND CTS RTS +5V DTR TxD RxD DCD GND CTS RTS +5V 4 3 2 1 5 8 7 9

RS-485 Cable
This cable is used to connect from an RJ-45 based RS-485 port on the SCADAPack 32 controller to other RS-485 devices. The cable has a RJ-45 connector on one end and stripped wires at the other end. A 10-foot long cable is available from Control Microsystems as part number 297234.

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RJ45

Function Connect to Chassis

Wire color Shield Orange Blue Grey Brown Black Yellow Green Red

3 6 5 2 4 7 8 1

Tx +Tx +Rx Rx GND Do not connect. Do not connect. +5V

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Ethernet Communication
The SCADAPack 32 controller has one 10BaseT Ethernet port. 10BaseT is a single communications channel running at 10MHz over unshielded, twisted - pair cabling. 10BaseT uses differential signaling.

LAN Port Settings


Connections to the LAN port are made through a RJ-45 modular connector. The wiring and pin connections for this connector are described in the RJ-45 Modular Connector for Ethernet section. Refer to the Controller Board Field Wiring Connectors section for the location of the LAN port on the SCADAPack controller board.

TCP/IP Settings
The following table shows the TCP/IP parameters supported by the LAN port. These parameters are set from the ISaGRAF Workbench or from an application program running in the SCADAPack 32 controller. Default values are set when a Cold Boot is performed on the SCADAPack 32 controller. Parameter IP Address Subnet Mask Gateway Supported Values In the format 255.255.255.255 Default: 0.0.0.0 In the format 255.255.255.255 Default: 0.0.0.0 In the format 255.255.255.255 Default: 0.0.0.0 The IP Address is the address of the controller. The IP address is statically assigned. Contact your network administrator to obtain an IP address for the controller. The Subnet Mask is determines the subnet on which the controller is located. The subnet mask is statically assigned. Contact your network administrator to obtain the subnet mask for the controller. The Gateway determines how your controller communicates with devices outside its subnet. Enter the IP address of the gateway. The gateway is statically assigned. Contact your network administrator to obtain the gateway IP address.

Modbus/TCP Settings
The following table shows the Modbus/TCP parameters supported by the LAN port. These parameters are set from the ISaGRAF Workbench or from an application program running in the SCADAPack 32 controller. Default values are set when a Cold Boot or Service Boot is performed on the SCADAPack 32 controller.

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Parameter Master Idle Timeout Server Receive Timeout Maximum Server Connections TCP Port Modbus Addressing Type Modbus Station Address Store and Forward Messaging

Supported Values Any value in seconds. Default: 10 seconds Any value in seconds. Default: 10 seconds Valid values are 1 to 20. Default: 20 Valid values are 1 to 65535 Default: 502 Valid values are Standard or Extended Default: Standard Valid values are 1 to 65534. Default: 1 Valid values are Enabled and disabled. Default: Disabled

The Master Idle Timeout parameter sets when connections to a slave controller are closed. Setting this value to zero disables the timeout; the connection will be closed only when your program closes it. Any other value sets the timeout in seconds. The connection will be closed if no messages are sent in that time. This allows the slave device to free unused connections. The Server Receive Timeout parameter sets when connections from a remote device are closed. Setting this value to zero disables the timeout; the connection will be closed only when the remote device closes it. Any other value sets the timeout in seconds. The connection will be closed if no messages are received in that time. This allows the controller to free unused connections. The Maximum Server Connections parameter sets the number of incoming (server) connections that the controller will allow. Incoming (server) connections are used when a remote device creates a connection to this controller. Outgoing connections are used when this controller creates a connection to a remote device (e.g. using a masterip function block). Setting this value to the maximum allows the server to use all connections for incoming connections. Setting the value below the maximum limits the number of incoming connections from remote devices. This reserves the remaining connections for use by the controller for outgoing connections. The TCP Port parameter sets the port used by the Modbus/TCP protocol. In almost all cases this should be set to 502. This is the well-known port number for Modbus/TCP. Modbus/TCP devices use 502 by default, and on many devices the value cannot be changed. It is suggested that you change this value only if this port is used by another service on your network. Consult your network administrator to obtain a port if you are not using the default. The Addressing parameter selects standard or extended Modbus addressing. Standard addressing allows 255 stations and is compatible with standard Modbus devices. Extended addressing allows 65534 stations, with stations 1 to 254 compatible with standard Modbus devices. The Station parameter sets the station number of the controller. The valid range is 1 to 255 if standard addressing is used, and 1 to 65534 if extended addressing is used. The Store and Forward Messaging parameter controls forwarding of messages on the Ethernet port. If this option is enabled, messages will be forwarded according to the settings in the store and forward routing table.

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RJ-45 Modular Connector for Ethernet


The SCADAPack 32 can be connected directly to a wall jack or hub using standard RJ45 Category 5 patch cables. The following diagram shows the pin connections for the RJ45 modular connector.
RJ Modular J -45 ack Grey 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. + Tx Tx + Rx Rx

10BaseT has a maximum run of 100m or 350 feet, but the actual limit is based on signal loss and the noise in the environment. This may limit the practical distance to less than 100m or 350 feet. The Ethernet cables should not be run in parallel with power or any cables that generate noise.

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Operation
Operating Modes
SCADAPack 32 Controllers may start up in RUN, SERVICE or COLD BOOT mode. Start up in the RUN mode automatically executes the application programs in the controller memory. Start up in the SERVICE mode stops the programs to allow reprogramming and controller initialization. Start up in the COLD BOOT mode initializes the controller and erases all programs.

Run Mode
The RUN mode is the normal operating mode of the SCADAPack 32 Controller. No action is required to select RUN mode. When power is applied to the controller board: The user defined serial communication parameters, for all COM ports are used. The user defined TCP/IP and Modbus/TCP parameters are used for the Ethernet port. If a ISaGRAF application program is loaded it is executed. If a ISaGRAF C++ application program is loaded and the program checksum is correct, it is executed. The controller lock settings and password are used.

Service Mode
SERVICE mode is used during application programming and maintenance work. When the SCADAPack 32 controller starts in SERVICE mode: The default serial communication parameters are used. See the RS-232 Serial Communications Ports section of this manual for a description of the default parameters. The user defined TCP/IP parameters are used for the Ethernet port. The default Modbus/TCP parameters are used for the Ethernet port. See the Modbus/TCP Settings section of this manual for the default parameters. If a ISaGRAF application program is loaded it is stopped. If an ISaGRAF C++ application program is loaded it is stopped. All programs are retained in non-volatile memory. The controller lock settings and password are used.

SERVICE mode is selected by performing a SERVICE BOOT using the following procedure: Remove power from the SCADAPack 32 controller. Hold down the LED POWER button. Apply power to the controller.

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Continue holding the LED POWER button until the STAT LED turns on. Release the LED POWER button. If the LED POWER button is released before the STAT LED turns on, the SCADAPack 32 controller will start in RUN mode.

Note:

Cold Boot Mode


COLD BOOT mode is used after installing new controller firmware. When the SCADAPack 32 controller starts in COLD BOOT mode: The default serial communication parameters are used. See the RS-232 Serial Communications Ports section of this manual for a description of the default parameters. The default TCP/IP parameters are used for the Ethernet port. See the TCP/IP Settings section of this manual for the default parameters. The default Modbus/TCP parameters are used for the Ethernet port. See the Modbus/TCP Settings section of this manual for the default parameters. The ISaGRAF application program is erased. The ISaGRAF C++ application program is erased. The controller is unlocked.

COLD BOOT mode is selected by performing a COLD BOOT using the following procedure: Remove power from the SCADAPack 32 controller. Hold down the LED POWER button. Apply power to the SCADAPack 32 controller. Continue holding the LED POWER button for 25 seconds until the STAT LED begins to flash on and off continuously. Release the LED POWER button.

Note: If the LED POWER button is released before the STAT LED begins to flash, the SCADAPack 32 controller will start in SERVICE mode.

LED Indicators
Controller Board LEDs
There are twenty three LEDs on the SCADAPack 32 controller board. These LEDs are used to indicate the operational status of the controller. All LEDs except the 5V LED can be disabled to conserve power. Refer to the LED Power Control section for details on LED power control.

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The following table describes the SCADAPack 32 controller board LEDs. LED 5V Function On when 5V power is present in the SCADAPack 32 controller. The controller must have 5V power to operate. 5V power is supplied by the SCADAPack 32 internal power supply or from an external model 5103 power supply. On when an ISaGRAF application program is running in the SCADAPack 32 controller. This LED may be controlled by a C++ Tools application, in which case the application will control the LED status. On when LED power is enabled. This LED is normally off. The LED will blink when an error exists. Refer to the Status LED and Output section for more information on this LED and the STATUS output. On when and SCADAPack 32 I/O points are forced, or locked, in an ISaGRAF application. On when a signal is applied to the corresponding input.

RUN

LEDS STAT

FORCE INT/Counters 0 INT/Counters 1 INT/Counters 2 INT LAN LINK COM1 RX COM2 RX COM4 RX. COM1 TX COM2 TX COM4 TX. COM1 CTS COM2 CTS COM4 CTS. COM1 DCD COM2 DCD COM4 DCD.

On when a signal is applied to the INT input On when receive or transmit data on the Ethernet port. On when Ethernet port is connected to a network. On when receiving data on the corresponding serial port.

On when transmitting data on the corresponding serial port.

On when the CTS input is asserted on the corresponding serial port. On when the DCD input is asserted on the corresponding serial port.

Lower I/O Module LEDs


The SCADAPack 32 has a total of thirty LEDs on the Lower I/O module. All LEDs, except the digital input LEDs, can be disabled to conserve power. Refer to the LED Power Control section for details on LED power control. The table below describes the LEDs on the SCADAPack 32 Lower I/O module. LED COM3 RX COM3 TX Function On when receiving data COM3. On when transmitting data on COM3.

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LED DIN 0 to DIN 15 DOUT 0 to DOUT 11

Function On when the corresponding digital input is on. On when the corresponding digital output is on.

LED Power Control


Power to the LEDs on the SCADAPack 32 controller board, Lower I/O module and 5000 Series I/O modules connected to the SCADAPack 32 can be disabled to conserve power. This feature is particularly useful when the SCADAPack 32 is used in solar powered or unattended installations. The LEDS LED on the controller board indicates the LED power state. This LED is on when power to the LEDs is enabled and off when power to the LEDs is disabled. See the Controller Board Field Wiring Connectors section for the location of the LEDS LED. The LED POWER push-button toggles the LED power state. Press the LED POWER push-button to toggle LED power state from disable to enable, or from enable to disable. The default setting of the LED power state is LED power enabled. The LED power returns to the default state 5 minutes after the LED POWER push-button is last pressed. The application program may change the default state and time to return to the default state using the setled function in an application program. The LED POWER push-button does not affect some LEDs, such as digital inputs and counter inputs. These LEDs are on when a signal is applied to the corresponding input. these LEDs cannot be disabled to conserve power.

Status LED and Output


The status LED and output indicate alarm conditions. The STAT LED blinks and the STATUS output opens when an alarm occurs. The STAT LED turns off and the STATUS output closes when all alarms clear. Note: The STATUS output remains open continuously when an alarm condition is present. The STAT LED is on continuously during reset.

The STAT LED blinks a binary sequence indicating alarm codes. The sequences consist of long and short flashes, followed by an off delay of 1 second. The sequence then repeats. The sequence may be read as the Controller Status Code. A short flash indicates a binary zero. A long flash indicates a binary one. The least significant bit is output first. As few bits as possible are displayed, all leading zeros are ignored. The application program defines the values of the alarm codes. The table below shows the meaning of the sequences. Sequence Off 1 Long Controller Status Code 0 = Normal 1 = I/O Module Error Indication

I/O Module Error Indication


When the Status LED flashes the controller status code 1 (i.e. a long flash, once every second), there is a communication failure with one or more I/O module. To correct the problem, do one of the following:

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Ensure that every module contained in the ISaGRAF I/O Connection Table is connected to the SCADAPack 32 controller. Check that the module address selected for each module agrees with the selection made in the I/O Connection Table. If a module is still suspect of having failed, confirm the failure by removing the module from the I/O Connection Table. Download the changes to the SCADAPack 32 controller. The Status LED should stop flashing. If a module is currently not connected to the SCADAPack 32 controller, delete it from the I/O Connection Table. Download the changes to the SCADAPack 32 controller. The Status LED should stop flashing.

If unused modules must be intentionally left in the I/O Connection Table, the I/O error indication may be disabled. To disable the I/O error indication: Select Controller from the Tools menu in the ISaGRAF Project Management window. Select I/O Error Indication from the Controller commands. Select the Disable I/O Error Indication radio button and click OK.

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Configuration Switches
The SCADAPackl32 controller board SW1 is an eight position DIP switch. The first seven switches on SW1 are used to configure digital / counter input filtering and analog input and output ranges. SW1 is shown in the following diagram. Refer to Controller Board Field Wiring Connectors section for the location of SW1 on the SCADAPack 32 controller board.
SW1
1 2 Options 3 4 0 1 Filters 2 not used

SW1-1 Option 1 Lower I/O module analog input range selection. SW1-2 Option 2 Optional 5303 analog output module range selection. SW1-3 Option 3 Available for application programs. SW1-4 Option 4 Available for application programs. SW1-5 Filter 0 DIN/Counters input 0 filtering. SW1-6 Filter 1 DIN/Counters input 1 filtering. SW1-7 Filter 2 DIN/Counters input 2 filtering. SW1-8 Not Used

Configuration switches can be changed with the power applied. Configuration changes take effect immediately. To select configuration switch functions: Remove the module cover and locate the configuration switches. See Controller Board Field Wiring Connectors for SW1 location. Slide the switch actuator to the right side of the switch to enable the switch function. Slide the switch actuator to the left side of the switch to disable the switch function.

Analog Input Range Selection


The SCADAPack 32 analog inputs on the Lower I/O module have a signal measurement range of 0-20mA or 4-20mA. SCADAPack 32 Controllers with voltage-measuring analog inputs have a measurement range of 0-5V or 1-5V. The controller board Option Switch 1 selects the measurement range. All analog inputs are set to the same range. The diagram below shows the switch settings for selecting the analog input range.
0-20mA or 0-5V Inputs SW1 4-20mA or 1-5V Inputs SW1
1 2 Options 3 4 0 1 Filters 2 not used

1 2 Options 3 4 0 1 Filters 2 not used

How to Set the Range Switch: Determine the desired range. Slide the actuator to the side of the switch shown in gray.
Slide the actuator to this side for 0-20mA or 0-5V Slide the actuator to this side for 4-20mA or 1-5V

Analog Output Range Selection


The SCADAPack 32 analog outputs on the optional AOUT module outputs a 0-20mA signal or a 4-20mA signal. The controller board Option Switch 2 selects the signal range.

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All analog outputs are set to the same range. The diagram below shows the switch settings for selecting the analog output range.
0-20mA Outputs SW1
1 2 Options 3 4 0 1 Filters 2 not used

4-20mA Outputs SW1


1 2 Options 3 4 0 1 Filters 2 not used

How to Set the Range Switch: Determine the desired range. Slide the actuator to the side of the switch shown in gray.
Slide the actuator to this side for 0-20mA Slide the actuator this side for 4-20mA

Digital Input Filters


Each of the three digital / counter (DIN/Counters) inputs on the SCADAPack 32 controller board can be filtered. Filtering limits the maximum digital input or counter frequency to approximately 30Hz. Use a filter for 50 or 60Hz digital inputs and for low speed counting applications that experience problems due to contact bounce. Do not use filtering for high speed counting applications.

SCADAPack 32 controller board SW1, switches Filter 0, Filter 1 and Filter 2 switches control the input filter functions. Filter 0 for DIN/Counters input 0. Filter 1 for DIN/Counters input 1. Filter 2 for DIN/Counters input 2.
SW1
1 2 Options 3 4 0 1 Filters 2 not used

To enable a filter, slide the Filter 0, Filter 1 or Filter 2 actuator to the right side of the switch (closed). To disable a filter, slide the Filter 0, Filter 1 or Filter 2 actuator to the left side of the switch (closed).

Line Frequency Selection


The lower I/O module may select 50 or 60 Hz line frequency for digital and analog input processing. The controller board Option Switch 3 selects the line frequency option. The diagram below shows the switch settings for selecting the line frequency.

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60 Hz Operation SW1

50 Hz Operation SW1
1 2 Options 3 4 0 1 Filters 2 not used

1 2 Options 3 4 0 1 Filters 2 not used

How to Set the Frequency Switch: Determine the desired range. Slide the actuator to the side of the switch shown in gray.
This side for 60 Hz. This side for 50Hz.

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Maintenance
The SCADAPack 32 controllers require little maintenance. The 5V power LED indicates the status of the 5V supply. If the LED is off, and the SCADAPack 32 controller is powered using the integrated power supply, on board fuse F1 or F2 may require replacing. If the LED is off, and the SCADAPack 32 controller is powered using a 5103 power supply fuse F1 (5V) or F2 (24V) on the 5103 may require replacing. If the program is lost during power outages, the lithium battery may require replacement. The analog input and output circuitry is calibrated at the factory and does not require periodic calibration. Calibration may be necessary if the module has been repaired as a result of damage. If the SCADAPack 32 Controller is not functioning correctly, contact Control Microsystems Technical Support for information on returning the SCADAPack 32 Controller for repair. WARNING: Do not connect or disconnect any field wiring, including the wiring to the RS-232 ports, unless the power is off or the area is know to be non-hazardous.

Fuses
Two 1.0 Amp slow-blow fuses protects the power supply. The fuse is mounted under the cover. Fuse F1 protects the SCADAPack 32 controller when powered from the AC/DC Power Input. Fuse F2 protects the controller when powered from the DC Power Input. Refer to Controller Board Field Wiring Connectors section for their location. CAUTION: Remove power before servicing unit. Always replace a defective fuse with a fuse of the same rating. Under no circumstances should a fuse be bypassed or replaced with a fuse of a higher rating. The fuse is a Littelfuse Nano-SMF. Littelfuse part number LF R452 001. Control Microsystems part number 200072. In all cases investigate and correct the cause of the fuse failure before replacement. Common causes of fuse failure are short circuits and excessive input voltages.

Lithium Battery
A small lithium battery powers the CMOS memory and real-time clock when input power is removed. The voltage of a functioning battery should be greater than 3.0V. An application program can monitor this voltage. Refer to the programming manual for details. The battery should not require replacement under normal conditions. The shelf life of the battery is 10 years. The battery is rated to maintain the real-time clock and RAM data for two years with the power off. Accidental shorting or extreme temperatures may damage the battery. The battery is plugged into the circuit board and secured with a tie-wrap. If necessary it can be replaced with an identical battery available from Control Microsystems. It is not necessary to replace the tie-wrap.

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Troubleshooting
Analog Inputs
Problem 20mA inputs always read 0. Reading is at or near 0 for all input signals. 20mA readings are not accurate. Reading is constant. Reading seems out of calibration for small inputs but improves as input increases. Action Check transmitter power. Check if the input transient suppressers are damaged. Check for a damaged 250 current sense resistor. Check that the analog input is not forced. Check the input range switch setting.

Analog Outputs
Problem Outputs are always 0mA The full-scale output is less than 20mA. Output is constant and should be changing. The output is 4mA when a value of 0 is output. 0mA was expected. The output is 0mA when a value of 0 is output. 4mA was expected. The output seems to be uncalibrated at small output values. The error improves as larger values are output. Action Check the 24V power. Check that the analog option is installed. Check the 24V power. Check that the load resistance is within specification. Check that the analog outputs are not forced. The 4-20mA output range is selected. Select the 020mA range. The 0-20mA output range is selected. Select the 420mA range. Check the setting of the output range switch. The wrong output range is probably selected.

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Digital Inputs
Problem Input LED does not come on when input signal is applied. Input LED comes on but appears dim. Input is on when no signal is applied. The LED is off. Input is off when a signal is applied. The LED is on. Action Check the input signal at the termination block. It should be at least 50% of the digital input range. If this is a DC input, check the polarity of the signal. Confirm correct digital input type, AC o DC. This problem is typically the result of applying a DC voltage to an AC type input. Check that the digital inputs are not forced on. Check that the digital inputs are not forced off.

Digital Outputs
Problem Output LED does not come on when output is turned on. Output LED is off, but the output is closed. Output LED is on, but the output is open. Output LED comes on but the output does not close. Output LED comes on and output is closed, but the field device is not activated. Output LED and relay are on when they should be off. Output LED and relay are off when they should be on. Check if the relay is stuck. If so, return the board for repair. Check the field wiring. Check the external device. Check that the output is not forced on. Check that the output is not forced off. Action Check the LED POWER from the SCADAPack 32 controller. Relay contacts can be normally closed and/or normally open.

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Specifications
General
I/O Terminations 6,8,9 and 10 pole, removable terminal blocks. 12 to 22 AWG 15A contacts Dimensions 8.40 inch (213mm) wide 6.13 inch (155mm) high 2.80 inch (72mm) deep Packaging Environment corrosion resistant zinc plated steel with black enamel paint 5% RH to 95% RH, non-condensing 40oC to 70oC 40oF to 158oF

Controller Board
Processor Memory Hitachi SH-3 32-bit CMOS microcontroller 120 MHz. clock 4Mbytes Flash 8Mbytes SDRAM 512kBytes CMOS RAM Non-volatile RAM Clock calendar CMOS RAM with lithium battery retains contents for 2 years with no power 1 minute/month at 25C +1/3 minutes/month 0 to 50C

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Communications
Communication Ports, SCADAPack 32 controller board Communication Ports, SCADAPack 32 controller board 2 RS-232 serial ports (COM2, COM4) Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) 8 pin modular jack One serial port configurable RS-232 or RS-485 (COM1) RS-232: Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) 8 pin modular jack RS-485: 2 wire half duplex 4 wire full or half duplex optional termination resistors Communication Ports, Lower I/O module Baud Rates (COM1, COM2, COM4) Baud Rates (COM3) Parity Word Length Stop Bits Duplex (COM1, COM2, COM 4) Duplex (COM3) Cable Length Ethernet Termination none, even, or odd 7 or 8 bits 1 or 2 bits full or half with RTS/CTS control half with RTS/CTS control RS-232 maximum 50 ft (15.2 m) RS-485 maximum 4000 ft (1200 m) RJ-45 modular connector 10BaseT (twisted pair) 10M bits per second. Protocol Protocol Modes TeleBUS (compatible with Modbus RTU and Modbus ASCII) slave, master, master/slave, store and forward one RS-232 serial port (COM3) Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) DE-9P male connector 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600 and 115200. 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600 and 115200.

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Visual Indicators
COM1,COM2, COM4 received data transmitted data clear to send data carrier detect Ethernet LAN (RxD) LED (TxD) LED (CTS) LED (DCD) LED LAN LED LINK LED

Ethernet network receive or transmit data Ethernet port connected to a network I/O module LED power status LED Status LED (shows functional status) 5V power LED (LED power not applicable) Run LED Forced I/O LED Counter Inputs 0, 1, 2 and 3 LEDs

Digital Inputs Lower I/O Module Digital Outputs Push-button

16 red LEDs field powered (LED power not applicable) 12 red LEDs on the lower I/O module LED power toggle

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Power Supply
Controller Board
Power Input AC/DC PWR IN DC power Input DC PWR 16Vrms 20% 13 to 24V nominal 28V maximum 10.7V typical turn on 9V typical turn off 5 Volt Power Output DC power Output 16Vrms applied Efficiency 5V at 1.3A capacity 5V at 500 mA required by SCADAPack 32 controller 20-24V with 1.0Vp-p maximum ripple. 300mA available at 5V/0.5A, de-rate linearly to 100mA available at 5V/1.3A 85%, 12V on DC PWR input

Lower I/O Module


Power Input AC/DC PWR IN DC power Input DC PWR DC power Output 16Vrms applied 5V power required 500mA (all relays ON) 20mA (all relays OFF) 16Vrms 20% 14 to 28V 11 to 28V at 20mA (loop power extra at 20mA maximum per loop) 20-24V with 1.0Vp-p maximum ripple. 400mA available

I/O Capacity
5000 Series I/O Expansion Capacity 256 digital inputs 256 digital outputs 128 analog inputs 64 analog outputs 32 counter inputs maximum 40 I/O modules

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Analog Inputs
Input Points Resolution Input Resistance Converter type Accuracy Type Normal mode rejection Over-scale Input Capacity (without damage) Isolation Lower I/O Module Reading Update Time Response Time 8 on SCADAPack 32 lower I/O module 12 bits 100k for 5V inputs 250 for 20mA inputs successive approximation 0.1% of full scale at 25oC (77F) 0.2% over temperature range single ended 60dB at 50 / 60 Hz. Continuous: 60% over scale sustained input signal. 0.25A maximum current and 8.2V maximum voltage. Transient: 2.5kV surge withstand capability as per ANSI/IEEE C37.90.1-1989 70Vrms / 100V from the logic power and chassis when jumper J3 on the lower I/O module has been cut and an isolated power supply is used to the lower I/O module. 100ms 20ms typical for 10% to 90% signal change

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Analog Outputs
Output Points Output Signal Range Maximum Load Resistance 2 (when optional 5303 analog outputs installed) 0-20mA 1000 with 24V DC loop power 400 with 12V DC loop power 250 with 9V DC loop power Output Type Isolation single ended regulation on positive side with common negative return 70Vrms / 100V from the logic power and chassis when jumper J3 on the lower I/O module has been cut and an isolated power supply is used to the lower I/O module. 12 bits 0.05% at 25oC (77oF) with 250 load 0.2% over temperature range, 0-1000 load 0.04% maximum 600W transient suppresser on each output 250ms typical for 10% to 90% signal change 5V at 10mA 9 to 28V at 15mA (55mA with all outputs at 20mA)

D/A Resolution Absolute Accuracy Noise and Ripple Transient Protection Response Time Power Requirements

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Digital Inputs
Controller Board
Input Points Digital Input, Counter 4 Digital Input/Counter, opto coupler isolation 24Vrms/30V maximum input 10Vrms/10V minimum ON input 2V maximum OFF input Typical threshold voltage is 4 to 6V Typical input hysteresis 1.0V Typical input current Counter Input Frequency (Counter 0, 1, 2) Counter Input Frequency (Counter 3) 2.5mA at 10V 7mA at 24V 5 kHz maximum with filter OFF 30 Hz maximum with filter ON 500 Hz maximum

Lower I/O Module


Input Points Over-voltage Tolerance Input Current Input Logic-HI Level 16 150% sustained over-voltage without damage 6.5mA typical at 24V on the 24V range 3.5mA typical at 115V on the 115V range OFF to ON transition threshold is typically 7.5V on 24V range OFF to ON transition threshold is typically 50% of full scale signal range on 48V, 115V and 220V ranges. AC Input Voltage 12V and 24V 115V DC Input Voltage 12V and 24V 115V AC Response Time @50 Hz @60 Hz Off To On
8.8Vrms+/-0.5Vrms 65Vrms+/- 5Vrms

On To Off
6.0Vrms+/-0.5Vrms 45Vrms+/- 5Vrms

Off To On 7.5Vdc+/- 0.5Vdc 57Vdc +/- 5Vdc Off To On 6 18mS 5 15mS

On To Off 7.5Vdc+/- 0.5Vdc 57Vdc +/- 5Vdc On To Off 6 18mS 5 - 15mS

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DC Response Time @50 Hz @60 Hz Isolation

Off To On 6 8mS 5 7mS

On To Off 16 18mS 13 - 15mS

1500Vrms in groups of 8 inputs

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Digital Outputs
Controller Board
Status Output Opto coupler open collector transistor 30V, 60mA opens on fault

Lower I/O Module


Outputs Lower I/O Module 12 on lower I/O module sealed mechanical relay Form C (normally open and normally closed) on Outputs 0 and 1. Form A (normally open) contacts on Outputs 2 and 3. Form A (normally open) contacts with common return on Outputs 4 through 7. Form A (normally open) contacts with common return on Outputs 8 through 11. Contact Ratings 0.4A at 125 Vrms, 2A at 30V resistive loads 1.0A at 30V, 0.2A at 125Vrms inductive load with pf=0.4, L/R=7ms 250Vrms, 220V maximum operating voltage Operating Frequency Service Life Operate Time Release Time Bounce Time Contact Isolation Logic Isolation 36,000 operations/hour mechanically, 1,800 electrically at rated load 1,500,000 operations at 1A/30V resistive load 150,000 operations at 0.25A/125Vrms resistive load 10ms maximum 10ms maximum 3ms typical 1000Vrms 1500Vrms

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CE Mark Self Declaration


Control Microsystems attests that the SCADAPack 32 Programmable Controller, comply under Module A, self declaration route, with the European Harmonized Standards: EN55081-2: 1993 Electromagnetic Compatibility Generic Emission Standard Part 2: Industrial Environment EN 61000-6-2; 1999 Electromagnetic Compatibility Generic Standards Immunity For Industrial Environments and are eligible to bear the CE mark: The Machine Directive and Low Voltage Directives are not applicable to these products.

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