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REVISION OVERVIEW ....................................................................................................... 5 SYSTEM OVERVIEW ......................................................................................................... 6 DATAPOINTS ..................................................................................................................... 9
PHYSICAL DATAPOINTS ................................................................................................................................. 9 FLEXIBLE DATAPOINTS ................................................................................................................................ 10 PSEUDO DATAPOINTS .................................................................................................................................. 10 GLOBAL DATAPOINTS .................................................................................................................................. 11 MAPPED DATAPOINTS (V2.04.XX OR HIGHER) .......................................................................................... 12

ATTRIBUTES.................................................................................................................... 13
ACCESS LEVEL .............................................................................................................................................. 13 ACKNOWLEDGE ALARM (V2.04.XX OR HIGHER) ....................................................................................... 13 ACTIVE STATE (PRIOR TO V2.04.X) ............................................................................................................. 14 ACTIVE STATE (EXCEL 800).......................................................................................................................... 14 ALARM DELAY................................................................................................................................................ 15 ALARM SUPPRESSION .................................................................................................................................. 15 ALARM STATUS (PRIOR TO V2.04.X) ........................................................................................................... 15 ALARM STATUS (V2.04.XX OR HIGHER)...................................................................................................... 16 ALARM TYPE .................................................................................................................................................. 16 ALARM DEFINITION ....................................................................................................................................... 17 CYCLE COUNT................................................................................................................................................ 18 DELAY TIME SWITCHING UP ........................................................................................................................ 18 DELAY TIME SWITCHING DOWN .................................................................................................................. 18 DESCRIPTORS................................................................................................................................................ 19 ENGINEERING UNIT ....................................................................................................................................... 19 FEEDBACK DELAY......................................................................................................................................... 19 HIGH/LOW ALARM/WARNING LIMITS .......................................................................................................... 19 HOURS RUN.................................................................................................................................................... 20 HOURS RUN LOG ........................................................................................................................................... 20 HOURS SINCE SERVICED ............................................................................................................................. 20

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HYSTERESIS................................................................................................................................................... 21 Alarm Hysteresis ..................................................................................... 21 Trend Hysteresis ..................................................................................... 22 Broadcast Hysteresis............................................................................... 23 Intrinsic Hysteresis for Analog Input Signals ........................................... 23 INPUT/OUTPUT STATUS TEXT (PRIOR TO V2.04.XX)................................................................................. 24 INPUT/OUTPUT STATUS TEXT (V2.04.XX OR HIGHER).............................................................................. 24 INTERVAL COUNT.......................................................................................................................................... 24 INTERVAL LIMIT ............................................................................................................................................. 25 I/O CHARACTERISTIC.................................................................................................................................... 25 PULL-UP RESISTOR HANDLING................................................................................................................... 26 LAST CHANGE................................................................................................................................................ 26 LED MODE (XF823X, XFL823X, AND XFX830X MODULES) ........................................................................ 27 MAINTENANCE ALARM ................................................................................................................................. 27 MANUAL VALUE............................................................................................................................................. 27 NETWORK VARIABLE (V2.04.XX OR HIGHER) ............................................................................................ 28 NORMALLY OPEN/NORMALLY CLOSED (V2.04.XX OR HIGHER) ............................................................. 28 MOTOR RUN TIME.......................................................................................................................................... 29 OFF PHASE..................................................................................................................................................... 29 OPERATING MODE ........................................................................................................................................ 29 OUTPUT TYPE ................................................................................................................................................ 31 Subtype ................................................................................................... 31 POINT ALARMS .............................................................................................................................................. 31 PULSE DURATION ......................................................................................................................................... 32 SAFETY POSITION (XFX822X, XFX824X, AND XFX830X MODULES) ........................................................ 32 SCALING FACTOR ......................................................................................................................................... 32 SENSOR OFFSET ........................................................................................................................................... 33 SUPPRESS POINT.......................................................................................................................................... 33 SWITCHING DOWN ........................................................................................................................................ 33 SWITCH-ON COUNTER.................................................................................................................................. 34 TECHNICAL ADDRESS .................................................................................................................................. 34 TREND LOGGING ........................................................................................................................................... 34 Value Hysteresis...................................................................................... 35 Trend Cycle (V2.03.x).............................................................................. 35 USER ADDRESS ............................................................................................................................................. 36

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............................................................................................................................................04................................................... 36 WRITE PROTECTION ........................................................................................................................... 55 Point Refreshing ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 54 Bus Communication............................. 43 The "TODAY" Function..........................................................................................................................................04........................................ 54 I/O Runtime Synchronization ..................................................................................................................................... 56 REMOTE COMMUNICATION ................... 46 System Alarms Suppression (V............................................................................................................ 59 MODEMFAQ ....................................................................................................... 54 Bus Initialization.. 61 CUSTOMIZE WINDOWS DEFAULT REGIONAL AND LANGUAGE SETTINGS ...................................................................................... 41 STRUCTURE .............................................. 45 POINT ALARMS ................................................................ 84 5 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 ............................................. 51 TEST MODE (V2............................................................................ 58 Controller Firmware 2.............. 37 LIST OF DATAPOINT ATTRIBUTES ............................................................................................................................ 58 General...................xx and Higher ......................................................................................................................... 51 DATA STORAGE ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................xx or higher) .................................................................. 41 Daily Program ................................................. 56 REMOTE TRENDING (DIAL-UP)................................. 58 Controller Firmware 2.................................................... 42 Special Day List ................................................................................................................... 58 Excel 800............................................................................................ 53 Access ........................................................................................................... 45 SYSTEM ALARMS..........................03... 56 PC COMMUNICATION ................................................... 38 TIME PROGRAMS.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 53 COMMUNICATION ...................................................... 55 New Bus Devices.................. 2................ 43 ALARM HANDLING........................... 54 Initialization of Distributed I/O Modules. 41 Weekly Program ............................................... 53 SYSTEM BUS ..........................xx and Higher ..................................................... 41 INDIVIDUAL TIME PROGRAMS...................................................................................................................................................... 51 Alarms Sent across the System Bus......................................................................................................................................03................................................................................................................................... 50 USER PROGRAM ALARMS.................................................................................EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 VALUE .............................................. 56 EXCEL IRC ................ 61 INDEX ................................................................................... 43 GENERATING A TIME PROGRAM ................................................................................. 55 Network-Wide Controller Time Synchronization ..........................................................................................X) ................. 42 Annual Program............................................................................................................................... 59 MISCELLEANOUS ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

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EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 REVISION OVERVIEW The following pages have been changed from the previous issue of this document: page 61 change Section “MISCELLEANOUS” added 5 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 .

6 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 . 1 shows various controllers and the firmware version numbers that they support. functions.5. Excel 50/100 controllers differ from Excel 500/600/800 controllers in having a fixed input/output configuration. and are designed for smaller buildings such as restaurants. These Excel controllers use the latest Direct Digital Control (DDC) technology. It comprises the following: • • • • Datapoint description Time program Alarm handling Password protection The software package comes with all the files listed.xx or higher) are marked by the corresponding version number for which they are valid. Firmware version number All information appearing in this Software Description is valid for firmware versions V1. and offices. The menu-driven format allows quick and easy operation. Excel 50/100/500/600/800 functions are: • • • • • Software Heating control Air conditioning control Energy management Energy optimization Other building management functionality The Excel 50/100/500/600/800 system includes a comprehensive software package specially designed to meet the requirements of application engineers.3. hotels. Fig. and attributes valid for newer firmware versions (V1. and hospitals. Excel 50 controllers have a smaller fixed input/output configuration. shops. banks. Excel 50/100/500/600/800 controllers are particularly well-suited to controlling buildings such as schools. Excel 50/500/800 controllers are also capable of communicating on an open Echelon® LONWORKS® network. All LONWORKS-related information is described in the LONWORKS Mechanism document (EN0B-0270GE51). All information.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 SYSTEM OVERVIEW General Excel 50/500/800 controllers support both LONWORKS communication and the Honeywell proprietary C-Bus communication. Excel 50/100/500/600/800 is a control and monitoring system specially designed for use in buildings.xx and earlier. offices.

07 bootstrap loader ≤ 1.08 OK OK *Problems may occur when LONWORKS bus is in use. Controllers and their supported firmware versions Excel 50 firmware compatibility Please always make sure that your firmware and the bootstrap loader match.06. Datapoint description Datapoints are the basis of the Excel 50/100/500/600/800 system. The following time programs are available: • Daily programs • Weekly programs 7 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 Time programs . Firmware / bootstrap loader compatibility with XD50B-xxx modules firmware ≤ 2. if in doubt. Special care must be taken in particular in the case of the combinations of firmware and bootstrap loader with XD50B-xxx modules as set forth in Error! Reference source not found. status. you can use time programs to enter the setpoint or status for any datapoint. The user can recall and modify information in the datapoints.08 OK OK *Problems may occur when LONWORKS bus is in use.07 bootstrap loader ≥ 1.01.06.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 OVERVIEW Fig. The user has easy access to datapoints and the information they contain. Whenever you want.06. Table 2.01.06. 1. consult Software Release Bulletin(s).07 bootstrap loader ≥ 1. Table 1. Firmware / bootstrap loader compatibility with XD50-xxx modules firmware ≤ 2.07 bootstrap loader ≤ 1.08 OK OK firmware ≥ 2. and default settings.01. limit values..08 NO* OK firmware ≥ 2.01. Datapoints contain system-specific information such as values.

system information can be displayed and modified. A particular advantage offered by Honeywell CARE is the ability to create a fully functional control program without having to be familiar with the programming language. This ensures that only authorized persons have access to the system data. Your control system is also protected by passwords. If your system configuration allows. Alarm signals can. secure system operation. Read and make limited changes. Critical alarms have priority over noncritical alarms. EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 8 . Alarm handling The alarm handling facility offers system security. you can also list alarms on a printer or transmit alarms to higher-level front-ends.OVERVIEW • Annual programs • The "TODAY" function • Special day list EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Daily programs are used to create a weekly program. the operator can display system information and modify certain preset values. The "TODAY" function enables you to have a direct influence on the switching program. Programming. There are two kinds of alarm: Critical and Non-critical. and operating hours. The following events all generate alarm messages: • • • • Application program Exceeding limit values Overdue maintenance work Totalizer readings Digital datapoint changes of state You can use the Honeywell CARE engineering tool to create application programs for your system. you can generate your own alarm messages or select appropriate messages already in the system. • Operator level 1: • Operator level 2: • Operator level 3: • Operator level 4: Read only. switching points. for example. each protected by its own password. the operator can display information about setpoints. are always critical alarms. CARE stands for Computer Aided Regulation Engineering. This function enables you to allocate a setpoint or status to the selected datapoints for a defined time period. There are four operator levels. System alarms. Passwords Password protection prevents unauthorized access system information and ensures permanent. To distinguish between alarm types. Read and make changes. caused by a fault in a controller. All alarms that occur are stored in data files and reported immediately. The annual program is created automatically by multiplying the weekly program and then incorporating additional daily programs. alert the operator to maintenance work that is due. This action does not depend on the current daily program.

for example.g. Physical Datapoints Physical datapoints are inputs and outputs attached to hardware devices like sensors and actuators. Outputs for driving three-position actuators. two position devices.10 V and pulsed outputs Digital inputs for processing pulsed signals up to 20 Hz (depending on Distributed I/O module specifications). This information could be: • • • • Input limits values Operating status Current temperature Elapsed run time The following sections provide more-detailed information about the different kinds of datapoints and datapoint attributes and explain which attributes are assigned to which datapoints. a circulation pump. XI582..EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 DATAPOINTS An Excel 50/100/500/600/800 system can have the following number of datapoints: • • • • Excel 50: Excel 100: Excel 500: Excel 600: 22 physical (onboard I/Os) plus up to 46 physical LON I/Os 36 physical (onboard I/Os) 128 physical I/Os..... BALCO Sensors (PT 3000/BALCO not with Excel 100C).. Attributes contain information about the given datapoint. Excel 50/100/500/600 support an additional 256 pseudo datapoints. metered energy consumption. standard 0 (2). for example. Analog outputs Digital inputs Digital outputs (not Excel 100C) Totalizer inputs EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 9 . Outputs with a continuous 0. a damper motor. to connect e. 2. PT 1000. 0. Excel 100C). and the PC-based XL-Online operator interfaces or on the Excel 50 MMI.20 mA input.10 V and 0 (4). Fig. outside air temperature sensors. Physical datapoint symbols The following are examples of physical datapoints Analog inputs NTC. Attributes are displayed and modified on the XI581 (not with XCL5010. extendable via LONWORKS I/Os 128 physical I/Os Furthermore.. for example. Excel 800: 381 datapoints (random mix of physical and pseudo datapoints) A datapoint has different attributes according to its type.10 V output signal for controlling continuous actuators (Excel 100C supplies up to 20 mA on the analog outputs).. PT 3000. contacts). Inputs for processing voltage-free signals (switches.

Feedback flexible datapoints. Access via the user address During system operation. 3.xx or higher) Pseudo Datapoints Excel 50/100/500/600 support 256 pseudo datapoints. you may need to access these values. etc. then the software will switch down this point type until a "non-alarm" state is reached. can have different attributes.04. The following are types of pseudo datapoints: EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 10 . set to “on”). There are three subordinate types of flexible datapoints: • Pulse 2 • Multi-stage • Feedback. In case of Feedback flexible points. stage 1. Like physical datapoints. Previous firmware versions supported only up to 20 flexible datapoints. or log trends. while Excel 800 supports 381 datapoints (consisting of a random mix of physical and pseudo datapoints) Pseudo datapoints are values (intermediate results and parameters) computed while the application program is running. In contrast to physical datapoints. the point may be switched to the off position. set minimum and maximum values. you can include pseudo datapoints in the datapoint list. stage 2. for example. When activated (e. the maximum number is 128. they can specify a manual value. A typical example would be a multi-stage electric heater or a multi-stage fan. Pulse 2 flexible datapoint A pulse 2 datapoint allows to pulse two digital outputs (e. Pulse 2 “on” Pulse 2 “off” Relay 1 Relay 2 Fig. Pulse 2 flexible datapoint switching Multistage flexible datapoint Multistage flexible datapoints allow to switch up to six physical digital outputs via one datapoint. Feedback flexible datapoint Increased support (V2. where you can access them directly via their user addresses. The digital inputs of each pair act as the feedback point. Excel 500 controllers now support up to 60 flexible datapoints. stage 3. To simplify this process. See also “Off Phase”. too. A multistage flexible datapoint provides up to six editable stage texts. relays). also called “DO feedback DI” combine up to three pairs of digital outputs/digital inputs to form up to three-stage switching with feedback. Pulse 2 triggers the other digital output.. and when deactivated. pseudo datapoints are not directly connected to hardware devices. to be edited in CARE. e. Pulse 2 triggers one of the digital outputs.g.g.g. If the digital input does not feedback the actual equipment status within a predefined time “Off Phase”. In extreme cases.DATAPOINTS EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Flexible Datapoints Flexible datapoints allow the control of more than one physical output with one datapoint. pseudo datapoints.

The attribute "Technical Address" is not required. During CARE engineering. Pseudo digital points are software points containing a digital value in the user program. The AND operation provides a logical 1 output when all input conditions are also logical 1.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 • • • • Pseudo analog points Pseudo analog points Pseudo digital points Pseudo totalizer inputs Pseudo point multistage DATA POINTS Pseudo analog points are software points containing an analog value in the user program. 4. then the output could be available as a pseudo digital datapoint. and global datapoints which a controller transmits to other controllers are referred to as remote global datapoints. contain a flow temperature setpoint calculated from the room setpoint and the outside air temperature via the heating curve. Such datapoints are referred to as global datapoints. the controllers communicate with one another via the system bus. Global datapoints which a controller receives (reads) from other controllers are referred to as local global datapoints. Global Datapoints If your control and monitoring system contains more than one controller. for example. logical AND operation. NOTE: The term “global” as used here encompasses more than just those points explicitly labeled as “global” in the CARE engineering tool. A pseudo analog point could. Any given controller can thus both receive (read) datapoints from other controllers and transmit datapoints to other controllers. For example. Pseudo point multistage Pseudo totalizer inputs are digital software points from the user program. Global datapoints are available to all controllers on the system bus 11 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 . Pseudo digital points Pseudo totalizer inputs . Otherwise the output is a logical 0. SYSTEM BUS C LON Fig. the program engineer must take care that he does not exceed the maximum allowed 256 global datapoints (remote and local) per controller. where a totalizer counter input is recorded Pseudo point multistage datapoints are identical to flexible datapoint of the type "multistage" except that they allow for 16 stages (including the “off stage“) and the attribute "Status Text" allows for 16 status texts to be attached. If the user program contains such an AND operation on different input conditions.

date code 0044 or higher) may have I/O devices connected via the LONWORKS network.04.e.xx or higher. those Excel 50/500 controllers which feature free programmability on LONWORKS (those that contain the 3120E5 Neuron chip. pseudo digital. See Excel 50/500 LONWORKS Mechanisms Interface Description. LONWORKS network variables (or individual fields of structured network variables) can be mapped to the attribute "Value" of physical datapoints (AI/DI/AO/DO).xx or higher) With firmware version V2. i. EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 12 . EN0B-0270GE51. Pseudo analog. and pseudo multistage points are also supported for NV mapping. for more information on LONWORKS network variables and datapoint mapping.DATAPOINTS EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Mapped Datapoints (V2.04.

e. Each attribute performs a specific function related to the datapoint. EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 13 . The "Acknowledge Alarm" attribute for WIA statement This attribute is a virtual attribute and can be accessed only by a WIA statement in CARE. and XL-Online operator interfaces and the Excel 50 MMI: • • • • Operator level 1: Operator level 2: Operator level 3: Operator level 4: Read only. For example. Fig. and "Alarm Status") will be simultaneously refreshed to an XL-Online operator interface. Read and make limited changes.xx or higher) The attribute "Acknowledge Alarm" allows a controller to acknowledge an alarm for a flexible datapoint of the type "feedback" without changing the operating mode. A complete list of datapoint types and their attributes appears in Table 17 through Table 19. alarm behavior. Programming. "Manual Value". Not all attributes are available for every datapoint type. XI582. Read and make changes.g. "Operating Mode".. the level of access protection.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 ATTRIBUTES Each datapoint type has associated with it various parameters which allow the user to set.04. setting the "Access Level" attribute for the datapoint with the user address "room temp floor 1" to "2" means that all attributes for this datapoint can now only be edited or modified at password level 2 or higher.x) Four attributes ("Value".5. 5. Point refreshing (V1. Acknowledge Alarm (V2. the user address. "Access Level" attributes between "1" and "4" are assigned to a point. and other options. These parameters are called attributes. The controller takes the point out of alarm as soon as a rising edge is detected on the input of the WIA statement writing to the attribute "Acknowledge Alarm". These attributes correspond to the four password levels found in the XI581 (not with XCL5010. It is not part of the datapoint description and therefore cannot be displayed on an MMI or building supervisor. Access Level Four levels of protection The attribute "Access Level" protects datapoints against unauthorized changes on the basis of the password level needed to modify a datapoint. NOTE: A complete list of attributes associated with the various datapoint types can be found in the section "List of Datapoint Attributes" on page 38. Excel 100C).

Active State (Excel 800) The attribute "Active State" defines when a digital input/output is active. this attribute is fixed at 1. 1 means.xx software. that a digital input/output is active when a "logical 1 signal" is present NOTE: NOTE: "Active State" = 0 is not allowed/possible. Active State for the digital input of XF823 and XFL823 modules digital input contact status CARE definition (NC/NO system diagram) NC open NO NC closed NO EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 14 .ATTRIBUTES EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Active State (prior to V2.0.in XL-Online DPEditor attribute "Active State" (change Active/Passive State text) CARE interpretation (control table) display at operator interface (status text) 1 NC open NO NC closed NO 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 OFF/ 1 ON/ 0 OFF/ 0 ON/ 0 ON/ operating RTN* 0 OFF/ trouble: alarm 1 ON/ operating RTN* 1 OFF/ trouble: alarm trouble: operating trouble: operating RTN* alarm RTN* alarm * RTN = Return To Normal NOTE: XFL523 Module is applicable only for V2.04. Active state for the digital input of XF523 and XFL523 modules digital input contact status CARE definition (NC/NO system diagram) definition . In such applications. NOTE: NOTE: The "Active State" attribute does not reflect the current condition of a digital datapoint. This is not applicable to digital inputs in applications designed for controllers using V2. Table 4. The "Active State" attribute does not reflect the current condition of a digital datapoint.04.x) The attribute "Active State" defines when a digital input/output is active. The following values are possible: • 0 = digital input/output is active when a "logical 0 signal" is present • 1 = digital input/output is active when a "logical 1 signal" is present Table 3 indicates the active state for various conditions of the XF523 and XFL523 modules. Table 3. and the new attribute "Normally Open/Normally Closed" (NO/NC) is active (see section "Normally Open/Normally Closed (V2.04.xx or higher)" on page 28 for more details).xx firmware or higher.

04. or when reaching the maintenance alarm. the alarm message occurs when the digital point changes from the active state to the passive state (alarm reached). Suppression of system alarms (V2.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 digital input definition . limit • Maintenance alarm • Interval counter • Alarm Status The following entries are possible: • Off • On Digital input example Alarms not suppressed Alarms suppressed In addition to a variety of other attributes. then no alarm occurs. The controller will not issue a system alarm when the alarm’s system alarm text starts with an @ character. a digital input also has the "Operating Mode".04. then no message is displayed during an operating mode change-over. Entering an alarm delay time of 10 seconds means that the limit value must be exceeded for at least 10 seconds before this datapoint generates an alarm. "Alarm Status". 6.xx or higher) Alarm Status (prior to V2. If alarm suppression is activated for this datapoint. the attribute "Alarm Status" specifies whether or not alarm monitoring is required. If the limit value lasts for only 7 second. The alarm delay time determines how long an alarm condition must exist before an alarm is generated. or when changing into the alarm condition. Alarm status messaging) 15 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 . An additional message is generated (alarm going) when the digital point returns to the active state (see Fig.in XL-Online DPEditor attribute "Active State" (change Active/Passive State text) CARE interpretation (control table) display at operator interface (status text) 1 1 1 1 ATTRIBUTES 1 OFF/ 0 OFF/ 0 ON/ operating RTN* 1 ON/ operating RTN* trouble: trouble: alarm alarm * RTN = Return To Normal Alarm Delay Delaying alarm outputs The alarm delay time (in seconds) is entered in the attribute "Alarm Delay". and "Maintenance Alarm" attributes. Alarm Suppression The attribute “Suppress Alarm” establishes whether or not alarm messages from the following alarm attributes should be suppressed: • Operational status • Min/Max.x) Alarm monitoring In the case of a digital input or a pseudo digital point. The following entries are possible: • Yes: • No: Alarm monitoring is required Alarm monitoring is not required When alarm monitoring is required.

Limit Maintenance Alarm Interval Counter Alarm Status always critical X X X X X X optional critical or non-critical Changing over the attribute "Operating Mode" always results in a critical alarm. Compared to non-critical alarms. Limit Max. Distinguishing between critical and non-critical alarms is significant for the subsequent reporting of the alarms to the PC front-end or to the modem module. critical alarms are given priority on the bus when several alarms are in the alarm queue. the attribute "Alarm Status" specifies whether or not alarm monitoring is required.ATTRIBUTES Alarm reached DI in “Active State” EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Alarm ending DI in “Passive State” Fig.g. it refers to all alarm attributes for this datapoint. "Maintenance Alarm". 6. Limit". but the attribute "Alarm Type" offers a choice for the alarm attributes "Min. "Max. e. the alarm message occurs depending on the physical contact status and on the logical status as defined in the online attribute “Normally Open/Normally Closed”.xx or higher) Alarm monitoring In the case of a digital input or a pseudo digital point. When the type of alarm for a datapoint has been decided. Limit". Alarm attributes attribute Operating Mode Min. Alarm Status (V2. but also of writing them to the internal alarm memory and sending them to the PC front-end or to the modem module (when connected). EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 16 . Table 5.04. Alarm status messaging NOTE: The active state and passive state are defined in the "Active State" datapoint attribute. "Totalizer". Alarm Type The attributes listed in Table 5 are capable not only of generating alarms. and "Alarm Status" whether an alarm is classified as critical or non-critical. "critical" alarm type. The following entries are possible: • Yes: • No: Alarm monitoring is required Alarm monitoring is not required When alarm monitoring is required.

7 shows an example of a changing point value that rises above and falls below the limit Max 2. Excel 100C) or XI582 operator interfaces or Excel 50 MMI. all the alarm signals relevant to the particular datapoint and the "Operating Mode" alarm types are suppressed. Within the framework of the datapoint description. Point alarm It is possible to view all datapoints at the operator interfaces for which the limit value (analog point) or the alarm status (digital point) is currently exceeded. a datapoint within the framework of the datapoint description can be seen in all four password levels. Thus. then the alarm condition switches between normal to alarm. If Suppress Alarm is active. the alarms can be influenced using the functions described below (see also Table 6 on page 17). If a current alarm is present for the point in question. An alarm signal can be delayed by entering an alarm delay time. Alarm condition depending on point value and Suppress Alarm status Fig. Alarm type Alarm delay Suppress alarm For each datapoint in the datapoint description. An alarm signal will be generated only if an alarm continues uninterrupted during the alarm delay time.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 ATTRIBUTES Alarm Definition In the datapoint description. If an alarm signal is not desired from a particular datapoint. otherwise “No”. the user address and the accompanying alarm text are displayed on the XI581 (not with XCL5010. If Suppress Alarm is not active. it is possible. Driven by a menu. Regardless of the setting of the Alarm suppression flag. the user can determine whether the signals generated are to be treated as critical or non-critical alarm. Table 6 presents a summary of various alarm types and attributes. On the XL-Online operator interface. There are 256 alarm texts in total. Fig. according to the limit Max 2. of preprogrammed texts 8 2 1 1 supplementary text possible possible - 17 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 . the attribute “Point in Alarm” produces the display “Yes”. Table 6. to enter an alarm text of up to 18 characters in addition to the preprogrammed text. an alarm is entered into the controller's history buffer and is also available in the EBI alarm report. under the attribute “Alarm text”. then the alarm condition remains normal unless Suppress Alarm is switched off before the point value falls below the limit Max 2. Alarm summary alarm type/attributes Limit Values Alarm Status Maintenance Alarm Totalizer alarm status selection in DPD* selection in DPD* selection in DPD* selection in DPD* enter alarm delay time possible possible alarm suppression possible possible possible possible point in alarm X X no. this can be fixed in the datapoint description. 7.

It defines the delay time between switching upwards from one stage to another. Delay time switching up Delay Time Switching Down This attribute is used in conjunction with flexible points of the type "feedback". Range: Default value: Resolution: 0 to 255s 10s 1s Fig.g. Range: Default value: Resolution: 0 to 255s 10s 1s The feedback delay time starts to count after termination of delay time switching up/delay time switching down. It defines the delay time between switching downwards from one stage to another.ATTRIBUTES alarm type/attributes Operating Mode System Alarms user program reports alarm status always critical always critical always non-critical enter alarm delay time alarm suppression possible point in alarm - EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 no. 110 supplementary text - *DPD = datapoint description NOTE: A point is still seen as “in alarm” even when alarm suppression is enabled. Delay Time Switching Up This attribute is used in conjunction with flexible points of the type "feedback". The delay time affects every stage. EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 18 . e.04. 8. In this case. from manual value 0 to 2. it is switched from stage 0 to stage 1. of preprogrammed texts 2 approx. The delay time affects every stage. Cycle Count The attribute "Cycle Count" contains the value indicating the number of transitions to the active state (see "Active State (prior to V2. The delay time also takes effect when switching.x)" on page 14). then to stage 2 with the delay time between the switching processes.

If. If the electrical load is detected by a totalizer input. West wing Heating circuit. for instance. and digital datapoints. a reference to a section of a building. High/Low Alarm/Warning Limits Specifying limit values In the case of analog inputs (e. East Heating circuit. 255 plain-language descriptors can be created with a maximum of 32 characters each. e. East Heating circuit. An individual user address can be assigned to each of these 384 datapoints. West wing Building section V Building section V Engineering Unit The attribute "Engineering Unit" contains a list for selecting different engineering units for both analog datapoints (physical and pseudo). the external temperature is measured by an analog datapoint. The Excel 100C provides 36 physical datapoints. West wing Heating circuit. 9. Feedback Delay The attribute "Feedback Delay" determines the time delay between. inputs for sensing room temperature) and pseudo analog points (for instance. The following list is an example of the relationship between user addresses and descriptors: User Address Room temp floor 1 Room temp floor 3 Room temp floor 10 Room temp corridor Flow temp floor 1 Lights floor 1 Lights corridor Descriptor Heating circuit. 19 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 .EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 ATTRIBUTES Fig. Descriptors complete the information concealed behind the user address. when a pump switched on (and detected) and when this status is made available to a program. for instance.g. They can contain. two minimum and two maximum monitored limit values may be entered. the engineering unit must be set to "kWh" for kilowatthours.g. the engineering unit of this datapoint must be set to "°C" or "°F". Delay time switching down Descriptors Informative descriptors A controller contains up to 128 physical datapoints and up to 256 pseudo datapoints. totalizer inputs (physical and pseudo). internally computed datapoints for the heating flow setpoint). These descriptors are then assigned to datapoints in the datapoint description via the attribute "Descriptor".

the "Hours Run" count is not added up. 10). Hours Run Log Hours run log An hours run log can be carried out for digital datapoints (physical and pseudo) and for flexible datapoints. and a pump EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 20 . Fig. Display of the elapsed hours run with activated hours run logging (see also "Hours Run Log" on page 20). Example: Monitoring supply air temperature limits (see Fig. This requires the decision: hours run log = Yes/No to be made in the attribute "Hours Run Log". for example. logging the hours run by a heating circuit pump. Hours run are logged with a sample rate of 1 minute. e. if more than one stage is in the ON position. then the OFF position is also counted. but rather counted only once. The accumulated hours run are displayed in the attribute “Hours Run”. NOTE: If the attribute "Active State" of the point is 0. If.g. Hours Since Serviced Display hours run since last maintenance The elapsed hours run since the last maintenance work are totaled in the attribute "Last Maintained". However. the maintenance alarm is 500 hours. Monitoring supply air temperature limits Hours Run Display of elapsed hours The attribute "Hours Run" returns the total number of hours during which any of the stages is in the ON position. 10.ATTRIBUTES The following four limit value attributes exist: • • • • Low Warning Limit Low Alarm Limit High Warning Limit High Alarm Limit EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Exceeding the limit values generates an alarm.

for instance. the maintenance has been performed earlier. writing values to buffers. the number of decimal places in the attribute "Engineering Unit" has been chosen to have a value of 2. Access to "Alarm Hysteresis" is also possible via RIA/WIA. the user can see that the next maintenance period will be after an additional 380 hours have elapsed. The hysteresis value is set from an MMI and can have a value anywhere in the range defined by [10-a to (Max1 . on expiration of the maintenance alarm. e.g. Fig. etc. Hysteresis The following hysteresis attributes allow the user to control the triggering conditions based on a changing parameter under which actions are taken. e. If the counter is not reset. A hysteresis can be used. 21 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 .Min1)] where “a” is the number of decimal places set in the attribute "Engineering Unit".. The counter can also be reset manually before reaching the maintenance alarm if. 1% of actual value and no less than 0. the attribute "Alarm Hysteresis" is available. to prevent an alarm from being generated unless the value being monitored changes by more than a given value.e. and the maintenance work has been performed. in order to reduce the cost of communicating with a remote front-end. 11 shows an example datapoint value as a function of time that increases and decreases over the range from Max 1 to Min 1. and an additional alarm will be generated when 1000 hours running has been reached. the elapsed hours run continues to be incremented. e. Alarms are generated under the following conditions: • • • • • • • • Max 1 Alarm (generated if MAX 1 is exceeded) Max 2 Alarm (generated if MAX 2 is exceeded) Max 2 Normal (generated if the value falls below MAX 2-Hysteresis) Max 1 Normal (generated if the value falls below MAX 1-Hysteresis) Min 1 Alarm (generated if the value falls below MIN 1) Min 2 Alarm (generated if the value falls below MIN 2) Min 2 Normal (generated if the value MIN 2+Hysteresis is exceeded) Min 1 Normal (generated if the value MIN 1+Hysteresis is exceeded) The CARE default value (i. then the entry in the attribute “Last maintained” will be 120 hours.5.2) for this attribute is 0.x) In the case of analog inputs and pseudo analog points. The minimum value for the hysteresis is 10-a. If the maintenance alarm is reached.g.. Attempting to enter a hysteresis value that is less than the allowed minimum will result in the attribute being assigned the minimum value as defined above. It provides variable hysteresis that can be implemented. Alarm Hysteresis Alarm hysteresis (V1. By comparing the attributes "Maintenance Alarm" and "Last Maintained". such as alarm signaling. NOTE: NOTE: The number of decimal places can be changed only using CARE. This eliminates unnecessary alarm generation and reduces bus communication traffic.g. after 500 hours. Example: In this example.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 ATTRIBUTES has already been running for 120 hours. the counter can be reset manually.

2) for this attribute is 0.00 5.00 .00 + 0.5 alarm to normal condition 4.5. This value can be edited from an operator interface (XI581 (not with XCL5010.05 = 3. The attribute "Trend Hysteresis" prevents new values from being written to the trend buffer unless the datapoint value changes (positively or negatively) at more than the specified trend hysteresis. XI582. Example of alarm hysteresis The “normal” and “alarm” states as defined by the attribute "Alarm Hysteresis" are the determined using the appropriate values in the formula given above: Range = [10-2 to (Max1 -Min1)] = [0.05 0.ATTRIBUTES EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Fig. or Excel 50 MMI) via the B port (XC5010C/XC6010) or the serial port. the system bus (XBS 1. Alarm conditions for alarm hysteresis limit Max 1 Max 2 Min 1 Min 2 normal to alarm condition 4.05: Table 7. 1% of actual value and no less than 0. Access to "Trend Hysteresis" is also possible via RIA/WIA. 11.e.00 0.55 Trend Hysteresis Trend hysteresis (V1.95 2. The CARE default value (i.00 .05 = 4.3.0.0.3 and higher and XFI 1.00 2. The minimum hysteresis value is 10-a (a = number of decimal places set in the attribute "Engineering Unit"). XL-Online.x) The attribute "Trend Hysteresis" is available for the trend functions “Local Trend Data” and “Trend Setup Data”. Fig. The password level for this attribute is determined by the attribute "Access" (default initialization value in CARE is 0). Example of the attribute "Trend Hysteresis" EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 22 .95 5.05 = 0.6. Excel 100C).01 to 2] Table 7 lists the resulting alarm conditions for the chosen hysteresis value of 0.05 = 2. 12.5 + 0.1 and higher) and CARE RIA/WIA statements.

5 K (2.8 K (1.6 °F) PT 1000/1 23 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 . The minimum hysteresis value is 10-a (a = number of decimal places set in the attribute "Engineering Unit").9 °F) 7.1 and higher).0 °F) PT 100 (not with Excel 100C) Hysteresis increases approx. Approximations of hysteresis depending on the sensor and temperature range are summarized below. the system bus (XBS 1.3 °F) Hyst.4 °F) 8. and Excel 50 MMI) via the B port (XC5010C / XC6010) or the serial port (Excel 100C.2 K (4.75 K (1. Excel 500). XI582. The approximations shown in Table 8 can be used in practice (intermediate values can be interpolated): Table 8. Excel 100C].5 °F) 1.5 K (0.0 K (5. the lowest global point "Broadcast Hysteresis" value of all assigned global points is used.4 K (0. The CARE default value (i. At -45 °C (-49 °F): 0. whereas it is approximately constant for PT 100/1000/3000 and Balco 500 sensors.2 K (13.1 bit) for 0 to 10 V input signals is implemented.3 and higher and XFI 1.8 K (1.5. Due to the nonlinearity of NTC sensors.2 (see also the example in section "Value Hysteresis" on page 35).3 °F) Hyst.7 °F) 1. If several global points (remote points) are assigned to the same physical point. At -45 °C (-49 °F): 0. but rather an intrinsic hysteresis of the Excel 50/100/500/600/800.4 °F) Hysteresis increases approx. At 145 °C (293 °F): 0. but not smaller than 0.4 K (0. The attribute "Broadcast Hysteresis" prevents new values from being broadcast to other controllers unless the datapoint value changes (positively or negatively) at least by the amount specified in the attribute "Broadcast Hysteresis". Intrinsic hysteresis values for various temperature ranges temperature range -40 °C (-40 °F) -30 °C (-22 °F) 0 °C (32 °F) 40 °C(104 °F) 80 °C (40 °F) 100 °C (212 °F) 130 °C (266 °F) average hysteresis MIN LIMIT 2.4 °F) Hyst.5 K (2.6.7 K (1.7 °F) 3.7 °F) 0.x) The attribute "Broadcast Hysteresis" is available for the datapoint type "Global Analog".5 K (4.7 °F) 0.0 °F) 1. the hysteresis varies over the temperature range. 1% of actual value and no less than 0.3 °F) average hysteresis MAX LIMIT 2.35 °F) Hyst.3 °F) 0.e. NOTE The Intrinsic Hysteresis for analog input signals is not a userprogrammable attribute. Access to the attribute "Alarm Hysteresis" is also possible via RIA/WIA.7 K (4.4 K (0.5 K (15. XL-Online.7 K (1. linearly with temperature.9 K (1. Average hysteresis: 0.3 K (2. This value can be edited from an operator interface (XI581 [not with XCL5010.3 °F) 0. linearly with temperature.3.7 °F) 2. and CARE RIA/WIA statements.9 °F) 1. At 145 °C (293 °F): 0.3 K (2. NTC 20k Ω Hysteresis varies nonlinearly over the entire temperature range and depending on whether the upper boundary (MAX LIMIT) or the lower boundary (MIN LIMIT) is exceeded. Intrinsic Hysteresis for Analog Input Signals A minimum default hysteresis of 37 mV (24 .EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 ATTRIBUTES Broadcast Hysteresis Broadcast hysteresis (V1. The password level for this attribute is determined by the "Access" attribute (default initialization value in CARE is 0).2) for this attribute is 0. Average hysteresis: 0.

7 K (1. At -50 °C (-49 °F): 1. For instance.8 °F) Hyst. XI582. linearly with temperature. and Status Text Input/Output Status 0 0 1 1 Status Text with flexible datapoints Active State (prior to V. Input/Output Status Text (V2. the relationship between physical output status and logical output status as defined by the attribute "Normally Open/Normally Closed" determines the display of the equivalent status text. EBI and XFI. Average hysteresis: 1.xx or higher)" on page 28 for details. the status texts could be as follows for a point connected to a digital output: Digital point status 0: Digital point status 1: Status Text: Status Text: "Passive” "Active” Table 9.04. Average hysteresis: 0. In the case of flexible datapoints of the type "feedback".9 K (1.xx or higher. Interval Count Interval count Displaying the interval count The attribute "Interval Count" shows the totalizer value (pulse x scaling factor) accumulated since the last reset. the status text refers to the value of the feedback flexible datapoint and not to the required value.8 K (1. Based on mathematical rounding. linearly with temperature.0 K (1. and Excel 50 MMI operating units as well as via the XL-Online Operating Software and building Supervisor front-ends like XBS. The attribute "Interval Count" can be viewed on the XI581. At 400 °C (752 °F): 2. Average hysteresis: 0. At 150 °C (293 °F): 0.3 °F) Hyst. At 145 °C (293 °F): 1.4 °F) Hyst.8 °F) Hysteresis decreases approx.0 K (1. it is 24 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 .6 °F) Hyst.6 K (2. linearly with temperature. The associated status text appears in the attribute "Value" depending on the actual point status.3 K (2. Active State. At 0 °C (32 °F): 1.7 K (1. See section "Normally Open/Normally Closed (V2.3 °F) Hyst.04.ATTRIBUTES PT 1000/2 EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Hysteresis increases approx.04.04.0 K (3.04.x) 0 1 0 1 Status Text active passive passive active The attribute "Status Text" allows you to describe the value sent to the controller by the digital output Pulse 1 and by flexible datapoints.xx) 2 status texts per digital data output Two status texts can be assigned to each digital datapoint status. At -45 °C (-49 °F): 0.3 °F) PT 3000 (not with Excel 100C) Balco 500 (not with Excel 100C) Input/Output Status Text (prior to V2.2.9 °F) Hyst.6 °F) Hysteresis increases approx.xx or higher) With firmware 2. Status texts give an overview of the condition of the sensor or switching device connected to the datapoint. Relationships between I/O Status.

13. See also section “Controller OS 2. for instance.02” in Excel CARE – User Guide (EN2B-0182GE51).999. Thus. the adaptation of Excel 50/100/500/600/800 to many different sensor types. The highest possible value for the attribute "Interval Count" is 99. or by reaching the “totalized” constant. Each special characteristic is assigned a name that can be recalled from the attribute "I/O Characteristic". Up to ten different characteristics can be defined for each controller. the interval count is reset to “Zero”. Ten individual input/output characteristics are available per Excel 50/100/500/600/800 controller. Special characteristics permit. Up to a maximum of four reference points can be specified per characteristic.01.05 engineered using CARE 4 differs significantly from controllers with OS 2. Electrical energy example A message should be generated after the “consumption” of 5 MWh of electrical power.05 onwards. Example of a special output characteristic Creation of characteristics is carried out at programming level. When the “Interval Limit” or the “totalized” constant is reached. CAUTION Regarding I/O characteristic. 13) for analog inputs/outputs. Fig. by reaching the “Interval Limit” value. user-defined characteristics are supported from CARE 5.0 and controller firmware 2. The input in the attribute “Interval Limit” must therefore be 5 MWh. which is 2 to the power of 31. Once the interval count reaches its reporting level of 5 MWh. when reached.06. the behavior of controllers with OS < 2. then a report is generated.06 usage and functionality in CARE 4 and CARE – XL500 7. Resetting the interval count Totalizer overflow Resetting takes place either manually via an operating unit. and a new totalizing period is started. For XFL and XFC I/O modules. the desired characteristic can be assigned to the selected datapoint. I/O Characteristic The attribute "I/O Characteristic" enables the user to display special input and output characteristics (see Fig. a “Totalizer Overflow” system alarm is created. Interval Limit The attribute “Interval Limit” is that value of the "Interval Count" attribute which.06.05 and higher engineered using CARE 7 and higher. will generate a “Totalizer Overflow” alarm.06.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 ATTRIBUTES possible that not every value is displayed when high frequency values with high scaling factors are received. 25 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 .999.

89 V case 1 0V YES configurable optional case 1 0V (1 switch-off XL100C YES NO YES(5 (1 controller firmware ≥ 2.04 (local/shared mode).2 kΩ (pull-up) A D 100 kΩ 150 kΩ 150 kΩ 100 kΩ Fig.02.9 kΩ 18.01. XL100A XL100B 10 V 5V optional switch-off fixed optional switch-off fixed YES(3 YES(4 NO YES(2 NO NO NO YES YES(7 YES YES(5 YES case 3 case 2 case 1 case 2 8. (3 controller firmware ≥ 2. When using the XF821A/XFL821A for current inputs.9 kΩ (pull-up) A D 49. connected via a digital output. (7 CARE ≥ 5.xx (open mode).01. XFL521A/B Smart I/O XFC XL20 XL50 XL100.89 V case 2 8. (2 controller firmware ≥ 2.03. (5 controller firmware < 2.(6 case 1 0V 10 V fixed NO optional switch-off YES NO YES NO YES 8.g. (8 Assigning "@" as first digit of input characteristic name (e. XF521A XF526 XFL521. CARE ≥ 5.00. In this way it is possible to determine the last switch-on point of a fan. 14) load-free voltage for voltage with NTC input or or lowhighimpedance impedance input input voltage hardware XF830A XFU830A XF821A XFL821A XF521. (6 controller firmware < 2.00.01 (open mode). (4 CARE ≥ 5.9 kΩ (pull-up) A D 49.xx.01.: "@0-10V") in the CARE text editor disables the pull-up resistor. CARE ≥ 5.89 V 0V 8. 14.03 (local/shared mode). be sure to assign "@" as the first digit of the input characteristic name.9 kΩ 24. Pull-up resistor handling pull-up device deactivated by @ (8) configured configured activated by DIP by plug-in for DI on AI switch input circuit diagram (Fig.ATTRIBUTES EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Pull-Up Resistor Handling Table 10. pump.89 V config. 10 V Case 1 10 V Case 2 5V Case 3 24.04.89 V 5V 8. etc. the last change of state of a digital input/output is stored with the time and date. Input circuit diagram Last Change In the attribute "Last Change". EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 26 .

Manual Value When the attribute "Operating Mode" is set to "Manual". 15. Hence. the last time an alarm limit occurred is stored. not XF830x / XFU830x modules) LEDs will be yellow/off (yellow = active state) XF830x / XFU830x modules do not support the Alarm option. i. Entering “Zero” results in no alarm message. do not assign this attribute to datapoints allocated to one of these modules. The following attribute options are provided: • “Alarm” • “Status” NOTE: NOTE: LEDs will be red/green (red = alarm state.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 ATTRIBUTES In the case of analog inputs and pseudo analog points. 27 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 . the attribute "Operating Mode" is set to "Manual". An alarm message now occurs after 500 hours. LED Mode (XF823x. Example: Maintenance should be carried out every 500 hours on the heating circuit pump controlled via a digital output. When the XFL823x LONWORKS Bus Binary Input Module is used with nonExcel 800 controllers. the XFL823x Lonworks Bus Binary Input Module. Fig.e. XFL823x. 15. the operator can enter a manual value or state. and the application program will work with this manual value or state until the operating mode is set back to “Automatic”. the value entered manually is processed in the application program. and the XF830x / XFU830x modules support the “LED Mode” attribute. To achieve this. and not in the CARE datapoint editor. which can be set in the CARE datapoint editor. the LED mode can only be set in the LONWORKS NV settings in CARE. and XFx830x modules) The XF823x Panel Bus Binary Input Module. Maintenance Alarm Specifying a maintenance alarm In the case of those datapoints for which an hours run log has been activated. At the same time. a time entry can occur within the attribute "Maintenance Alarm" to indicate after how many operational hours an alarm message should be generated. Example of a sensor input In Fig. activation of the hours run log must also take place in the attribute “Hours Run log” for this datapoint. to bring to the operator’s attention the necessary pump maintenance. a time interval duration of 500 hours is entered in the attribute "Maintenance Alarm" for this datapoint.

N.04. NOTE: The attribute "Active State" is fixed at 1 and is no longer relevant for applications designed for this controller firmware version.02” in Excel CARE – User Guide (EN2B-0182GE51).C. N. the "Normally Open/Normally Closed" functionality is supported from CARE 5. Table 11. “Manual Value” is an internal online attribute only. the attributes.C.C.” the behavior of controllers with OS < 2. and in that case the attribute "Active State" is still active. not visible to the operator! The operator will see only the online attribute “value”. N.O.06 usage and functionality in CARE 4 and CARE – XL500 7.05 and higher engineered using CARE 7 and higher.O. EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 28 .5 V) High (>5 V) Low (<2.06. Applications designed for an older controller version will still work with this firmware though.5 V) High (>5 V) Low (<2.06.ATTRIBUTES EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 NOTE: “Value” and “Manual Value” are online attributes. CAUTION Regarding “Normally Open/Normally Closed. N. The attribute " Normally Open/Normally Closed " – Digital Outputs output signal Low (<2.O. See also section "Operating Mode" on page 29. and the logical status for digital inputs and digital outputs. logical status 0 1 1 0 text displayed passive active active passive In the open LON mode.0 and controller firmware 2.5 V) High (>5 V) NO/NC attribute N. which can be edited only if the attribute "Operating Mode" is set to "Manual".06.04.O. N.xx or higher) Datapoints which are mapped to network variables on the LONWORKS network have an attribute named "Network Variable" containing the network variable index (04095) and the network variable name which allows this information to be displayed on an MMI. N.05 engineered using CARE 4 differs significantly from controllers with OS 2. Table 11 and Table 12 show the relationship between the I/O signals.5 V) High (>5 V) NO/NC attribute N. relevant only during controller operation via MMI or XL-Online. See also section “Controller OS 2.05 onwards. logical status 0 1 1 0 text displayed passive active active passive Table 12.xx or higher) The attribute "Normally Open/Normally Closed" defines the relationship between the input/output signal of a digital datapoint and its logical status. respectively. This attribute is also applicable when the digital point is the basic point of a flexible datapoint. Furthermore.01. Normally Open/Normally Closed (V2.C. Network Variable (V2. The attribute " Normally Open/Normally Closed " – Digital Inputs input signal Low (<2.

This attribute defines the time required by the actuator to change from the “Open” to the “Closed” state. If no value is entered for the “Time to Closed” motor run time.06 usage and functionality in CARE 4 and CARE – XL500 7.06.e. for instance. 16.06. for instance from temperature sensors. CAUTION Regarding motor run time. • Range: • Default value: • Resolution: 0 to 255s 10s 1s The OFF phase has to be defined for devices with large inertia. if OFF phases are selected on switching down. "Heating circuit pump off". See also section “Controller OS 2. Operating Mode The attribute "Operating Mode" enables the user to switch between manual and automatic operation. the controller processes the values at the inputs. and vice versa.01. 29 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 . Off Phase Fig. It defines the duration of the OFF phase on switching down. Off phase The attribute "Off Phase" is used in conjunction with flexible datapoints of the type "feedback". In the case of the motor run-on time. such as fans. It is of relevance only if the attribute “Switching Down” is set to 0. the behavior of controllers with OS < 2. then the “Time to Open” motor run time is assumed automatically.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 ATTRIBUTES Motor Run Time Time to open / time to close For actuators controlled via a three-position output.. under automatic operation.02” in Excel CARE – User Guide (EN2B-0182GE51). when reversing directions.05 and higher engineered using CARE 7 and higher. The stated run time always amounts to 500 ms or a multiple thereof. the status shown by the user/time switch program is adopted. e. Automatic Under automatic operation. 1% of the “Time to Open” motor run time is added to the calculated time. i.g. 1215 ms results in an actual run time of 1000 ms.05 engineered using CARE 4 differs significantly from controllers with OS 2. For outputs. The three-position output relay energizes when the calculated run time reaches 500 ms. A calculated run time of. two values (time to open / time to close) can be entered in the attribute “Motor Run Time”.

18 demonstrate the relationship between the attribute "Operating Mode". 18.x) (not Excel 100C) Fig. for example. For automatic operation.0. If the manual override controls are set to automatic. then the attribute "Operating Mode" can be in the remote mode. If the manual override controls are set to manual override. only. the controller uses the manual values.x) EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 30 .ATTRIBUTES Manual EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 During manual operation. then the status of these controls (automatic/manual override) is stored in the attribute "Operating Mode". 17. Control flow for input functions Fig. for example. This attribute is therefore not applicable to Excel 50/100/600. Control flow for output functions NOTE: The attribute "Remote" is available only if Manual Override modules are installed on the Distributed I/O output modules. the attribute "Operating Mode" contains the inputs "Auto" and "Manual".0. Outputs adopt the preselected condition. 17 and Fig. "Heating circuit pump on". Each switch from automatic to manual operation and back again generates a critical alarm. "flow temperature setpoint = 60°C". the attribute "Operating Mode" can be set to either automatic or manual. and both the attributes "Value" and "Manual Value" for input and output functions. Fig. If manual override controls are present on either the Analog Output (XFL522) or Digital Output (XFL524) modules connected via a LONWORKS network. Analog Points Table 13 indicates the analog point signals depending on the attribute "Operating Mode": Table 13. Analog point signals auto operating mode automatic value* manual value remote value resulting value 20% don't care don't care 20% manual operating mode don’t care 10% don't care 10% remote** operating mode don't care don't care 50% 50% output signal 2V 1V 5V * Automatic value is either the physical point value (inputs) or the value from the program (outputs) ** Output only (V2. Automatic/Manual Alarm Remote (V2.

EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Digital points ATTRIBUTES Table 14 indicates the digital point signals depending on the attribute "Operating Mode": Table 14. It determines whether the digital output is of the non-pulsed type. Beginning with controller firmware V. Output to the Excel 100 MCE 3 and MCD 3 output modules. Subtype The attribute "Subtype" is used in conjunction with digital outputs and flexible datapoints. and "Alarm Status". Digital point signals auto operating mode automatic value* manual Value remote value resulting Value output signal ON don’t care n/a ON HIGH manual operating mode don’t care OFF n/a OFF LOW remote** operating mode don’t care don’t care ON ON HIGH *Automatic value is either the physical point value (inputs) of the value from the program (outputs) **Output only (V2. With controller firmware prior to V.x The change from the 'automatic' to the 'manual' mode will create a point alarm if other alarm conditions are set accordingly.x. a three-position output possesses attributes similar to those of an analog output.04.x) Alarming Firmware prior to V. the alarm will report the status of the operating mode as it is after the change. From an operational viewpoint.2.2. Limit". Analog or 3-position output The attribute "Output Type" determines whether the analog output datapoint description should be assigned to an analog output or to a three-position output.2. Point Alarms The attribute "Point in Alarm" refers to alarm messages from the alarm attributes "Min. The following entries are possible: • Yes = the chosen datapoint is in alarm • No = the chosen datapoint is not in alarm EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 31 .2. "Max. The following inputs are possible: • Continuous • Three-position • Remote three-position The analog output datapoint description is assigned to an analog output.04. the alarm will report the status of the operating mode as it was before the change. Limit".e. The analog output datapoint description is assigned to a three-position output.x Firmware V. Output Type Three-position outputs are digital outputs. i.04. they are assigned the same datapoint description as analog outputs.04.xx.0. The attribute "Point in Alarm" indicates whether or not those datapoints using these attributes are currently in alarm.

The XF822x/XF824x modules detect this lost communication once no more polls are received from the Excel 800 CPU for more than one second. It defines the duration between coming and going edge of a pulsed signal. The pulses supplied by the meters are multiplied by the scaling factor and are then ready to be read as pure consumption values.000. The attribute is immediately set back to "No" when the limit value returns to normal. water. "Pulse 1") and flexible datapoints of the type "Pulse 2". Example: A heat meter supplies 10 pulses per kWh "consumed". etc. Safety Position (XFx822x. and not in the CARE datapoint editor.000. The XFL822x/XFL824x and XF830x/XFU830x modules detect this lost communication once no more polls are received from the Excel 800 CPU within the heartbeat time of the module.g. heat.1 kWh/pulse. Accordingly. XF824x/XFL824x and XF830x/XFU830x –”The following attribute options are provided: • “Off (logical)” • “On (logical)” • “Remain in last position” (this is the default setting). the “Pulse 1” and “Pulse 2” outputs will resume their last output pulse behavior before the outage. and XFx830x modules) The analog output modules XF822x/XFL822x/XFLR822x. the resolution is 1 second. XFx824x. NOTE: When the XFL822x/XFLR822x and XFL824x/XFLR824x modules are used with non-Excel 800 controllers.) can be connected to the totalizer inputs using the attribute "Scaling Factor".ATTRIBUTES EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 • As soon as an alarm occurs (e. The "Scaling Factor" thus always indicates the value of each pulse received. The adjustable range is 0. The values for this attribute can vary from 1 to 255 seconds. the attribute "Point in Alarm" is set to "Yes". Pulse Duration The attribute "Pulse Duration" is used for the pulsed subtypes of the digital output (i. The default value is 1 second. the Safety Position can only be set in the LONWORKS NV settings in CARE. EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 32 . the scaling factor (= value of a pulse) is 0.0. through exceeding a limit value). XF822x/XFL822x –”The following attribute options are provided: • • • • “0%” equals 0 Vdc or 2 Vdc (0…11 Vdc or 2…11 Vdc characteristic) “50%” equals 5 Vdc or 6 Vdc (0…11 Vdc or 2…11 Vdc characteristic) “100%” equals 10 Vdc “Remain in last position” (this is the default setting). The number of decimal places depends on the selected engineering unit. Scaling Factor Input pulses from utility meters (gas. the relay output modules XFL824x/XFL824x/XFLR824x and the mixed I/O modules XF830x/XFU830x support the “Safety Position” attribute. NOTE: After a power failure or disconnection of the controller. which can be set in the CARE datapoint editor.e.0 through 100. The modules will put the outputs into the safety position as soon as communication with the Excel 800 CPU is lost.

no alarms are generated for suppressed points. On switching down from one stage to another.05 onwards. for ventilators. e. 2.02” in Excel CARE – User Guide (EN2B-0182GE51). OFF 3.06. 1 33 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 .05 and higher engineered using CARE 7 and higher. e. 1. 2. CAUTION Regarding sensor offset. Pt 1000.06 usage and functionality in CARE 4 and CARE – XL500 7.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Pseudo totalizers: ATTRIBUTES In the event that you have selected the datapoint type "pseudo totalizer inputs.4°C For XFL and XFC I/O modules..06. otherwise.11 V. the attribute “Sensor Offset” functionality has therefore been designed to compensate constant voltage offsets at the analog input. Switching Down The attribute "Switching Down" is used in conjunction with flexible datapoints of the type "feedback". 1 °C at 20 °C. IMPORTANT Never suppress a datapoint used via your application program..g. OFF. Example for a selected “Sensor Offset” of 1°C: Measured Temperature 20°C -10°C Corrected Temperature 19°C -8. or whether the next lower stage is selected directly. for electrical air heaters.06. This principle and the processing (including mathematical rounding) from “°C” into “volt” and back into “°C” leads to slightly inconstant offsets across the temperature range.0 and controller firmware 2.g." you must set the attribute "Scaling Factor" to "1". Where you have flexible datapoints.. The voltage offset due to the wire resistance is approximately constant. The Excel controller processes this temperature offset into a voltage offset. -0. Sensor Offset The attribute “Sensor Offset” is designed for the compensation of the resistance of the sensor wiring for low-resistance sensors. and applies this very voltage offset for correcting (offsetting) all voltages measured. e. Suppress Point The attribute "Suppress Point" means that datapoints are no longer processed and checked. Switching down 0 1 Switching down behavior 3. the number of pseudo totalizer inputs will not be counted. See also section “Controller OS 2.. the behavior of controllers with OS < 2. it determines whether the off-phase is selected between the single stages. Balco 500.g. Function principle The principle is that the attribute “Sensor Offset” can be defined at a selected temperature.g. like Pt 100. this attribute acts upon all basic types of physical datapoints. the controller processes the resulting voltage back into a temperature. This causes system failure. e.01.05 engineered using CARE 4 differs significantly from controllers with OS 2. OFF. In order to display a temperature. "Sensor Offset" functionality is supported from CARE 5. As a result.

for technical addresses). For digital values (see Fig.. Where a system requires additional inputs and outputs.01 uniquely identifies the first input/output in the fourth module of the second controller in your system. and time. Mapped points (V2. 20).xx or higher) Datapoints that are mapped only to LONWORKS network variables are not assigned to any I/O board. and time. is displayed in addition to the user address. but its technical addresses follow the same pattern. form no. Trend log display (analog input) EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 34 . NOTE: The Excel 50 controller does not have I/O modules. the value. The technical address contains information about the controller number. The change of state from 0 to 1 is counted in each case. date. "On". Technical Address Technical address An Excel 500/600 controller consists of 16 Distributed input/output modules with a total of 128 physical inputs and outputs. is displayed in addition to the user address. Example of a technical address Thus. date.04. This means changes in the input or output value can be stored with the user address.. the address 02. and also the input/output number in this module (see Fig.g. 19. except for global datapoints) in each controller can be trend logged simultaneously. Fig. 21). e. EN1R-0144GE51. This is achieved by selecting the attribute "Trend Logging" to YES in the datapoint description. 20. Controllers then communicate with one another via the system bus. 19). For analog values (see Fig. date. Each physical datapoint within the system must have an address that identifies the point uniquely. For details. The Excel 100C provides 36 physical I/Os (see Excel 100C Installation Instructions. In this case. the I/O module number. and time for 20 different datapoints.g. 20 °C / 68 °F. the status text.04. several controllers can be connected together. 020401 Input/output number Module number (set via address switch on each I/O module) Controller number (set via MMI) Fig.ATTRIBUTES EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Switch-On Counter Record switching frequency The attribute "Switch-On Counter" gives information about the switching frequency of digital datapoints. with module numbers referring to internal I/O boards. value (or status). Trend Logging Up to 20 datapoints (all datapoint types. e. the board number (module number) of the technical address is zero. see the Excel 50 Installation Instructions.

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Fig. 21. Trend log display (digital input) 200 values can be written to the local trend log memory. If the memory is full, the earliest data is overwritten with new data. The 200 most up-to-date values are always available in the memory. If several datapoints are selected for the trend log, those datapoints whose value or status changes more frequently will create a larger number of values to be logged. Each change in status is logged for digital points. For analog points, there are two different types of trending: value hysteresis and time-based. The datapoint attributes for each of these types of trending are described below.

Value Hysteresis
When value hysteresis trending is selected (i.e. when the attribute "Trend Cycle" is set to 0), a new value is written to the memory when the point changes more than the given hysteresis compared to the previous value. The default hysteresis value is 1% of the actual value, but not less than 0.2 (see also section "Trend Hysteresis" on page 22). Example 1: The current measured value is 20°C 1 % of 20°C = 0.2°C A new trend log value is stored at either 20.2°C or 19.8°C The current measured value is 9°C A new trend log value is stored at either 9.2°C or 8.8°C The trend can be displayed as text and as a graphic. The graphic display offers the following features: • Simultaneous display of an analog and a digital datapoint • Auto-scaling of the time and the value axis • Scrolling the time axis • Manual re-scaling of the time axis (ZOOM/UNZOOM function) with possible resolutions: - minute display - hourly display - daily display - weekly display • Quick change between graphic and text display

Example 2:

Trend Cycle (V2.03.x)
With V2.03.xx firmware, it is possible to perform time-based trending for physical and pseudo analog points for both local and remote trending. A trend value is stored in the trend buffer at the end of a fixed interval given by the datapoint attribute "Trend Cycle", as shown in Fig. 22:

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Fig. 22. The attribute "Trend Cycle" The value of the attribute "Trend Cycle" is given in minutes, and the valid range is 0 to 1440 min (=24 hours). A trend cycle value of 0 will disable time-based trending (this is the default) and value-hysteresis trending is used if the trend log attribute is set. The value for the attribute "Trend Cycle" can be changed via the MMI, C-Bus, or modem connection to EBI/SymmetrE, and also via CARE RIA/WIA statements. NOTE If the attribute "Trend Cycle" is set to anything other than 0, trending will be time-based and the attribute "Trend Hysteresis" will be ignored.

User Address
The attribute "User Address" is a sequence of up to 18 letters and numbers assigned to each datapoint (physical and pseudo). Example The temperature of a room is recorded at a sensor input; the associated user address could be as follows: Room Temp.1.10 (Room temperature, 1st floor, room 10)

The datapoint can be accessed directly by selecting this user address on the XI581 (not with XCL5010, Excel 100C), XI582, and XL-Online operator interfaces or the XL50-MMI. In the case of basic types of physical data, a user address always corresponds exactly to one technical address (see Table 15). The user address of flexible datapoints may refer to up to six technical addresses. Table 15. Number of technical addresses for flexible datapoints flexible datapoint Pulse 2 Multi-stage Feedback number of technical addresses 2 up to 6 up to 6 (in pairs of 2)

Value
When the controller is working in automatic (the attribute "Operating Mode" is set to "Auto"), the value currently being processed by the program, or the current status, can be found in the attribute "Value". The attribute "Value" for an analog input could contain, for example, the current room temperature of 21 °C / 70 °F. A pump switched by a digital output could contain the current status of the pump, for example ON, in its attribute "Value".

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Write Protection
The attribute "Write Protection" (XBS, only) prevents data from being overwritten. The default setting of the attribute is 0 (="No"). If the datapoint should be protected, then "No" must be overwritten with a value between 0 and 100. 0 = No write protection 100 = Highest priority required To change this attribute, the operator must log in at an operator level that corresponds to the current write protection attribute (see Table 16). Table 16. Access values for operator levels operator level XBS 1 2 3 4 5 access for write protection values no access no access 0 to 60 0 to 80 0 to 100

The operator's authority level is compared to the write protection status of the datapoint to establish whether or not any modification can be made. As soon as the operator receives permission, he can alter the attribute of secured datapoints. The operator can also set the write protection to a higher value or cancel write protection completely. Example: A datapoint with a write protection value of 61 can be altered only at operator level 4 or 5. The write protection can be reduced to 0 from level 4 as well as level 5. The datapoints can be altered through level 3. A detailed high priority can then be given through the write protection. NOTE: When online, the XI581 (not with XCL5010, Excel 100C), XI582, and XLOnline operator interfaces and the XL50-MMI do not recognize the attribute "Write Protection". You can still change any datapoint via the user interface, even if the datapoint is write-protected.

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Different attributes are assigned to each datapoint type. Table 17, Table 18, and Table 19 list the attributes assigned to the various datapoint types: Table 17. Datapoint attributes analog input User Address Descriptor Technical Address Suppress Point Access Level Write Protection Operating Mode Value Manual Value Engineering Unit I/O Characteristic Sensor Offset Low Warning Limit Low Alarm Limit High Warning Limit High Alarm Limit Alarm Delay Alarm Type Point in Alarm Alarm Reporting Trend Logging Alarm Status changed Alarm Hysteresis Trend Hysteresis Trend Cycle analog output User Address Descriptor Technical Address Suppress Point Access Level Write Protection Operating Mode Value Manual Value Engineering Unit I/O Characteristic Alarm Reporting Trend Logging Subtype Time to Open Time to Close Trend Hysteresis Trend Cycle Suppress Alarm NV Name and Index Safety Position1 digital input User Address Descriptor Technical Address Suppress Point Access Level Write Protection Operating Mode Value Manual Value Alarm Delay Alarm Type Alarm Status Point in Alarm Alarm Reporting Trend Logging Hours Run Log Hours Run Service Interval Hours Since Serviced Active State Active State Text Passive State Text Last Changed Cycle Count Suppress Alarm Normally Open / Normally Closed Suppress Alarm NV Name and Index *
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digital output User Address Descriptor Technical Address Suppress Point Access Level Write Protection Operating Mode Value Manual Value Alarm Type Alarm Reporting Trend Logging Hours Run Log Hours Run Service Interval Hours Since Serviced Active State Active State Text Passive State Text Cycle Count Last Changed Subtype Suppress Alarm

digital output (pulse 1) User Address Descriptor Technical Address Suppress Point Access Level Write Protection Operating Mode Value Manual Value Alarm Type Alarm Reporting Trend Logging Hours Run Log Hours Run Pulse Duration Service Interval Hours Since Serviced Active State Active State Text Passive State Text Cycle Count Last Changed Subtype Suppress Alarm NV Name and Index *

Normally Open / Normally Closed NV Name and Index * Safety Position1

NV Name and Index * LED Mode
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Changing the NV name and index requires changing the datapoint to NV mapping in CARE. Datapoint attributes totalizer input User Address Descriptor Technical Address Suppress Point Access Level Write Protection Operating Mode Value Manual Value Engineering Unit Alarm Type Trend Logging Scaling Factor Interval Limit Interval Value Suppress Alarm pseudo totalizer input User Address Descriptor Suppress Point Access Level Write Protection Operating Mode Value Manual Value Engineering Unit Alarm Type Trend Logging Scaling Factor Interval Limit Interval Value Suppress Alarm pseudo analog point User Address Descriptor Access Level Write Protection Operating Mode Value Manual Value Engineering Unit Low Warning Limit Low Alarm Limit High Warning Limit High Alarm Limit Alarm Type Alarm Delay Point in Alarm Trend Logging Alarm Status changed Alarm Hysteresis Trend Hysteresis Trend Cycle Suppress Alarm NV Name and Index * pseudo digital point User Address Descriptor Access Level Write Protection Operating Mode Value Manual Value Alarm Type Alarm Delay Alarm Status Point in Alarm Alarm Reporting Trend Logging Hours Run Log Hours Run Service Interval Active State Hours Since Serviced Active State Text Passive State Text Cycle Count Last Changed Suppress Alarm NV Name and Index * ATTRIBUTES pseudo point multistage User Address Descriptor Point Enable Access Write protection Operating Mode Value Value Manual Status Text Alarm Type Trend Logging Hours Run log Hours Run Maintenance Alarm Last Serviced Last Change Switch on Counter Number of Stages Suppress Alarm NV Name and Index * * Read-only attribute.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Table 18. 39 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 .

ATTRIBUTES Table 19. Datapoint attributes global datapoint (analog) User Address Descriptor Technical Address Access Level Write Protection Operating Mode Value Manual Value Engineering Unit Low Warning Limit Low Alarm Limit High Warning Limit High Alarm Limit Alarm Type Alarm Delay Point in Alarm Trend Logging Alarm Status changed Alarm Hysteresis Trend Hysteresis Trend Cycle Suppress Alarm Broadcast Hysteresis global datapoint (digital) User Address Descriptor Technical Address Access Level Write Protection Operating Mode Value Manual Value Alarm Type Alarm Delay Alarm Status Point in Alarm Alarm Reporting Trend Logging Hours Run Log Hours Run Service Interval Active State Hours Since Serviced Active State Text Passive State Text Cycle Count Last Changed Suppress Alarm flexible datapoint (type: Pulse 2) User Address Descriptor Technical Address 1/2 Suppress Point Access Level Write Protection Operating Mode Status Manual Status Status Text Alarm Type Trend Logging Hours Run Log Hours Run Pulse Duration Service Interval Hours Since Serviced Last Changed Cycle Count Suppress Alarm flexible datapoint (type: feedback) User Address Descriptor Technical Address 1/2/3/4/5/6 Status Switching down Off phase Delay switch up Delay switch down Feedback Delay Operating Mode Manual status Status Text Suppress Point Access Level Write Protection Trend Logging Hours Run Log Hours Run Service Interval Subtype Hours Since Serviced Alarm Type Point in Alarm Alarm Reporting Last Changed Cycle Count Suppress Alarm EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 flexible datapoint (type: multi-stage) User Address Descriptor Technical Address 1/2/3/4/5/6 Suppress Point Access Level Write Protection Operating Mode Value Manual Value Status Text Active State Alarm Type Alarm Reporting Trend Logging Hours Run Log Hours Run Service Interval Hours Since Serviced Last Changed Cycle Count Suppress Alarm EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 40 .

The names of the daily program provide a reference to the switching points. The modular structure of the time program makes it possible for the user to establish various different daily programs. Time programs are created on the basis of the following modules: • daily programs • weekly programs • annual programs Further. You can adapt time programs to suit the structure of your system. The daily programs of the heating loops are independent from each other. such as "Sunday and holidays".EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 TIME PROGRAMS Time programs allow you to set values and control states for specific datapoints at specific times. and to include them in the weekly program as desired. If you need to execute a different daily program on certain days of the year. The "TODAY" function allows you to overwrite time program assignments "ad hoc" for a defined time period without permanently changing the entire time program. This means you can generate a time program for each section of your system or building. In spite of their having the same name. you enter the switching times with the desired setpoints and switching conditions for the datapoints. hours. Changes in a daily program are immediately effective in the weekly and annual programs as well as in the special day list. you can enter the customized daily program directly in the annual program. Synchronization is based on date.0°C to 12. Structure Flexible time programs An Excel 50/100/500/600/800 time program can consist of several individual time programs. there is initially no specific relationship to a particular day in the week. Network-wide time synchronization Time synchronization of all devices connected to the system bus is carried out by the controller designated as the synchronization master. minutes. In the "Workday 22 hr" daily program.00 hr. for example. for example Good Friday and Easter Monday. these modules can be modified as needed using the following two functions: • the special day list • the “TODAY” function Daily programs are combined to form a weekly program. the setpoint is reduced from 22. When preparing a daily program and assigning the name. the same daily program can apply from Monday to Friday in the weekly program). keep them in a library. The special day list allows you to mark specific days as being legal holidays. The user is free to extend the list of daily programs to meet his special requirements. The weekly program is then automatically copied repeatedly to form the annual program. Using daily programs. You define these individual time programs according to their function and assign a name to each one. A daily program can also have the name "Sundays and holidays".0°C at 22. Individual Time Programs Daily Program Daily programs are the basic building blocks of any time program. the daily programs for 41 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 . The special day list and the "TODAY" function are available as additional features. You can also use the special day list for floating legal holidays. and seconds to an accuracy of ± 120 seconds (see also "Network-Wide Controller Time Synchronization" on page 55). The repeated use of the same daily program is also possible (for example.

The weekly program. It is possible to assign a name to a daily program generated on the XL-Online. and XL-Online operator interfaces and the XL50-MMI. Annual Program The annual program is structured like a calendar and consists of successive weekly programs. Each day. XI582. Weekly Program A separate weekly program is generated for each time program. A daily program is assigned to each day of the week (Monday to Sunday). The weekly program defines which daily program is to be used for which weekday. another daily program can be entered for it directly in the annual program. Switching points A daily program can be regarded as a module that contains information about switching times related to the duration of one day. The daily program is automatically assigned the name "DPn" (English language) or "TPn" (German language) (n = sequence power of the daily program) if no name is assigned by the user or. XI582.TIME PROGRAMS EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 all heating circuits are distinguished through the user addresses defined. The switch points and values can therefore be changed as desired in any daily program without influencing another daily program. Once selected. It is also possible to assign the same daily program to several weekdays. It provides an overview of which daily programs are valid on which calendar days. These switching points are defined by means of a switching time. the time frame shifts one day. Daily programs are used in the following sections of time programs: • To generate weekly programs • For direct entries in annual programs • For holidays in the special day list V1. the system will check whether this program is still required in the time program. or the Excel 50 MMI. The exact procedure for creating a daily program is described in the Operating Instructions. Days added at the end are automatically assigned the daily program from the weekly program.x Application Deleting a daily program If a daily program is to be deleted. If a change is made to a weekday in a weekly program. The definition of a weekly program forms the basis of the annual program. The same also applies to the service water loop daily programs. The switching times are set to the minute. EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 42 . changed. The number of switching points per user address is not restricted. Excel 100C). Excel 100C). Several switching points can be allocated to one switching instant. This ensures that every day is assigned a daily program. this daily program will have priority over the daily program from the weekly program. or deleted to modify the daily program. New daily program Daily programs can be generated at operator level 2 (read and limited changes) of the XI581 (not with XCL5010. No values may be entered outside this range. The annual program starts on the current day. The permissible range (minimum or maximum value) for a user address or its control state is defined in the datapoint description. if the program is generated on the XI581 (not with XCL5010. this change will affect the weekday in every week of the year.05. If the daily program in a weekly program does not apply on a particular calendar date. and a setpoint value or control state. It contains all user addresses addressed in this time interval. This daily program cannot be deleted if it is still contained in the time program. is automatically copied for each week in the annual program. Switching points can be re-entered. referenced user address. program names can be changed via the XL-Online. if defined. If a daily program is entered directly in the annual program.

it must first be defined in the "Daily program" section of the time program. New setpoint values or control states and the period of validity (i.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 TIME PROGRAMS Entries in the annual program must therefore be made only if a daily program differing from the one selected is to be used. you must set the special day status to ON. The start time must be within 24 hours from the entry time. The new time program is given a name 43 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 . These changes are carried out at operator level 2 of the XI581 (not with XCL5010. Generating a Time Program A new time program is defined at operator level 4 (programming level) of XL-Online or on the Excel CARE engineering system. Excel 100C). NOTE: To activate the special day list. The following holidays and special days are contained in the list: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • New Year's Day (1st of January) th Epiphany (6 of January) Monday before Ash Wednesday Shrove Tuesday Ash Wednesday Good Friday Easter Sunday Easter Monday st Labor Day (1 of May) Ascension Day Whit Sunday Whit Monday Corpus Christi th Assumption Day (15 of August) rd Day of German Unity (3 of October) st Reformation Day (31 of October) st All Saint's Day (1 of November) Day of Prayer and Repentance 1st to 4th Sundays in Advent th Christmas Eve (24 of December) th Christmas Day (25 of December) th Boxing Day (26 of December) st New Year's Eve (31 of December) First Saturday in the month (Germany) If a daily program that has not yet been defined should be entered in the special day list. Special Day List One special day list exists per time program. If no daily program is entered on certain holidays. The date of floating holidays is calculated automatically by the Excel 500. and XL-Online operator interfaces or the Excel 50 MMI. The entry is deleted automatically after the end time point is exceeded. XI582. An undefined daily program to be inserted in the annual program can be defined in the daily program. The end time must be within 24 hours from the start time. It makes a number of holidays and special days available to which a daily program can be assigned. The "TODAY" Function Using the "TODAY" function. This daily program will then apply to this holiday or special day every year. start and end) for a specific user address are defined.e. it is possible to perform on/off changes to setpoint values or control states without having to access the annual program or to define a new daily program. The duration of the change can thus amount to a maximum of 24 hours. the special day list is not taken into account on this day.

The time programs are extremely flexible. The special day list is available. Excel 100C). the daily program will apply on this holiday every year. The generation of an executable time program is now complete. XI582. The following steps can also be carried out at operator level 2 (read and limited changes) of the XI581 (not with XCL5010. Any changes to be made to switching times. This process thus defines which user addresses are to be referenced by the time program. That is valid for holidays with fixed date (for example New Year’s Day or Christmas Eve) as well as for floating holidays (Ascension Day. or control states must be carried out in the daily programs. Once assigned to a holiday. Good Friday). It is also possible to combine all datapoints in one time program. a different daily program can be assigned to each holiday. This weekly program is automatically copied for each week in the annual program. setpoint values. in the annual program. If. on a certain day in the annual program. The switching points for a section of the system or building are usually combined in one time program. Up to 20 time programs can be defined for each Excel 500. EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 44 . in any way. and XL-Online operator interfaces and the XL50-MMI. It contains a number of holidays. If there are no entries. The dates of floating holidays will be calculated automatically by Excel 500. User addresses with a switching time and setpoint value or control state are entered in the daily program. then the existing daily program of the annual program remains valid on that holiday. The defined weekly program is not modified and continues to be used on those days which have not been modified.TIME PROGRAMS EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 and assigned a user address. this new daily program can be entered directly in the annual program. 1) 2) 3) 4) Daily programs are generated and given a name. a daily program differing from the one specified in the weekly program is to be used. A daily program is assigned to each weekday in the weekly program section after the daily programs have been generated.

if exceeded. a total of eight different alarm signals are possible for one analog datapoint. 0 = Active state with "0" signal 1 = Active state with "1" signal V. critical alarms are transmitted as high priority. or a pseudo digital point.x Alarm Check No Alarm Check Enter "Yes" Enter "No" Alarm status If an alarm check is desired. two maximum limits (limit Max. In the case of a digital input or pseudo digital point. there are alarm types which are valid for all datapoints or which refer to system alarms in the control unit. and require no input from the user. When the digital point returns to Active State. 1.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 ALARM HANDLING The Excel 50/100/500/600/800 alarm handling facility offers a high degree of security by both storing and immediately displaying all alarms that occur at the operator interfaces. irrespective of the direction. an additional signal is generated (alarm going). The alarm signal text is permanently programmed and requires no input from the user. If a check is to be skipped.04. If the value returns from the alarm range to the normal range and. The two alarm signal texts are permanently programmed and require no input from the user.2. a 45 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 Totalizer Operational status . the hours run time entry can be activated and a maintenance interval can be fixed. an alarm is generated (alarm reached).2. These eight alarm signal texts are programmed permanently. Each time the operating mode is changed. 2) and two minimum limits (limit Min 1. limit Max. a digital output. an alarm signal is given in the same way (alarm reached). reaches a limit value in the opposite direction. irrespective of the direction involved. All datapoints can be switched from the 'automatic' to the 'manual' operational mode. If your Excel 50/100/500/600/800 is connected to a front-end or a modem. If. If the latter is exceeded. If a check is not desired. The user can also create personalized alarm texts. This means that the alarm status is no longer dependant upon the attribute "Active State". if required. The user chooses whether an alarm is critical or non-critical. limit Min 2) can be set for a particular value. an alarm signal is produced if the digital point changes from Active State to Passive State (alarm reached). a measured value takes on a value that exceeds a maximum limit or drops below a minimum limit. A pulse input signal interval can be fixed for a totalizer input that. The entry is made in the datapoint description. for example.x The attribute "Active State" is fixed to “1”. a "0" is entered in the datapoint descriptor under the attribute "Maintenance Interval". triggers an alarm signal. Prior to V. an alarm is triggered. Furthermore.04. but rather only upon the physical contact status and upon the logical status as defined in the online attribute "Normally Open/Normally Closed". a decision can be made whether or not an alarm check is desired. The fixing of active and passive states must be carried out in the datapoint description under the attribute "Active State". Limit monitoring In the case of an analog input or pseudo analog point. Maintenance Alarm In the case of a digital input. Since this sequence is identical for all four limit values. The text of this signal is permanently programmed and requires no input from the user. Point Alarms The type of alarm generated by a datapoint depends on the type of datapoint involved. Each time this limit value is reached. The limit values are entered in the datapoint description. a "0" is entered in the datapoint description under the attribute "Interval Count". an alarm signal is generated. in doing so.

defective alarm switches. one value greater than 5 V or smaller than 4. PA points Alarm limit for AI-.06. Remote (V2.x) (not with Excel 100C) If a manual override control is changed on a Distributed I/O module. PA points Alarm limit for AI-. Alarm suppression in manual mode This alarm suppression is activated during CARE engineering by inserting the "at" sign ("@") at the beginning of the descriptor text of the pseudo datapoint "Startup".1. While measuring GND voltage on an AI card. Under controller firmware 2. from sensor breakage.5 V was measured (AI card defect).0. limit alarms (of analog datapoints. status alarms (of digital datapoints. only). PA points Alarm limit for AI-.g. These alarm signal texts are preprogrammed.0 SIM1 will the event behavior and visualization behavior be identical to that of Honeywell Deltanet controllers. PA points Alarm limit for AI-. cause/reason code # 25 24 23 2 76 1 4 78 3 75 77 22 6 79 Maximum conversion time was exceeded while testing ADC (defect on an AI card). an alarm “overr. System Alarms Operating errors that occur in a control unit or during communication with other Excel 50/100/500/600/800 units are recognized and displayed by the computer module. PA points Alarm limit for AI-. and max. Both alarm signal texts are preprogrammed and require no input from the user. the default datapoint description couldn't be installed because USX didn't provide enough storage space for sending CNAP telegrams. Alarm condition control for DI. PA points Alarm limit for AI-. PA points 1) After starting the Field I/O Task with the parameter "INIT".ALARM HANDLING EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 critical alarm signal is generated.switch_manu” or “overr. These alarm signals can relate. Benefits: As long as this alarm suppression is in effect. PD points. the following datapoint alarms can be suppressed for as long as the corresponding datapoints are in the 'manual override' mode: • • min. sensor short-circuiting. etc. While measuring the 5-V reference voltage on an AI card. Alarm limit for AI-. PD points. one value greater than 0. 2) Alarm send buffer full. only). Table 20. System alarms Alarm no. NOTE: Only when using XFI 2. They are always critical alarms. PA points Alarm limit for AI-. the repair or replacement of defective and/or malfunctioning (flickering) inputs (resulting e.02 and higher.) can be performed while the corresponding datapoint is in the "manual override" mode. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 alarm text English) AI Module Defect AI 0 Volt Error AI 5 Volt Failure MAX 2 alarm MAX 2 normal MAX 1 alarm MIN 2 alarm MIN 2 normal MIN 1 alarm MAX 1 normal MIN 1 normal Alarm memory full Alarm Return to normal cond. or the presence of one digital output module too many (maximum 10). the need to change the buffer battery (data protection). EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 46 . Alarm condition control for DI . for example.switch_auto” is generated and the “manu” value is transmitted. to a defective module.5 V was measured (AI card defect or incorrect power supply of AI card).

RACL parameter file missing. Attempt to use non-existent T register. cause/reason code # 61 17 87 71 60 81 82 57 Error while initializing the system clock.0 ). Download SSI Now 29 30 alarm message 158 32 RACL program fault 33 Unknown datapoint 34 SSI Points Active Invalid operation RACL overflow RACL neg. Error occurred when burning the Flash EPROM. Xlink alarm. RACL sub-module missing. w/o Flash FLASH Mem Full Link Point Alarm Link Comm Down No characteristic RCL Submod missing Download CPU Now RACL inconsistent Nested submodules! RACL undef. 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 alarm text English) Hware clock failed Battery low Battery status OK Wrong Module ID Too Many DO Module Contr. RACL program contains errors (Checksum changed). XF522. datapoint contains errors or point is locked. 1) During RACL run. An invalid module ID is read (error on internal I/O or defect module or the module has an as-yet unspecified module ID). OpCode cond. Arithmetic overflow at RACL performance "+infinite". Not enough Flash memory space to save application.: RACL statements ISTO and IRCL).. Arithmetic underflow at RACL performance "-infinite". Alarm not used. RACL Z register file missing. The application part "Characteristics" is defect.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Alarm no. OpCode Z-Reg. Access to non-existing Z register (e. Xlink alarm. Xlink alarm. RACL time register file missing. Xlink alarm. Xlink alarm. Incompatible version numbers of RACL program and RACL parameter files and/or datapoint description. RACL program contains errors (invalid Operation Code). RACL program contains errors (undefined Operation code). 47 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 . Too many statements (exits) in one column. 2) An unrecognized (missing) characteristic in the datapoint editor has been used. Battery voltage too low or battery not existent. RACL program contains errors (MCAL from submodule).). ALARM HANDLING Battery voltage back to normal again (alarm occurs only after alarm message "Battery low"). Attempt to use non-existent Z register. . overflow RACL inval. division by zero or RACL statements LN with input value 1.. Attempt to use non-existent P register. Check if the default file set of the controller is different from the set used in CARE. Xlink alarm.g. Too many modules of the same type (XF521. index error Invalid Y-Register Invalid P-Register Invalid T-Register Invalid Z-Register SSI Interface Up No parameter file No Z file No T file 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 - Non-valid arithmetical operation during RACL performance (e.g.

Maintenance alarm 7 Undef. EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 48 Part applic. point value of counters and interval impulse counter. cause/reason code # 46 47 48 49 52 26 27 28 49 RACL environ fault 31 34 1) No RACL program. or EXECUTING_STOPPED are missing or 6) During RACL start datapoint contains errors. an entry is demanded in the initializing phase of the ASPECD application. Logical modem device in controller has gotten a C-Bus # already in use for a C-Bus controller. 2) Different modules are plugged under the same address (set using the rotary HEX switch) in the required configuration and in the hardware configuration. Reason of new start: power failure. 3) An application containing NV-mapping is rejected by the target controller because the hardware does not have the 3120E5 Neuron® chip. Reason of new start: Division by zero. Download of a new application part or entire application.0. The required configuration contains at least one module which is not included in the hardware configuration. RACL input Too many Globals C-Bus error 62 63 64 No Globals memory 9 Global pnt missing Glob Pnt Occupied CPU stopped CPU not available Init. 1) Hardware Configuration file (. The remote controller is switched off or does not respond to C-Bus communication. 1) Submodule does not exist. Totalizer overflow 21 5 The version number of the application files and the configuration file are not the same. The loaded application contains too many remote points. When falling back to password level 3 there are still points in manual override. Reason of new start: power failure. Reason of new start: watchdog. 2) No parameter file. alarm text English) cond. The hardware configuration contains at least one module that is not needed (can be taken out). After a download. Course of a service interval for digital points or course or the message/calling interval for counters. An application with more than 46 NVs has been rejected for download into an Excel 50 freely programmable controller located on a LONWORKS network. 7) freely programmable application loaded into Excel 50 controller (system alarm parameters set to 0. 4) No T register file. Reason of new start: the system software contains an undefined Operation Code. Call intervals for counters. 2) Parameter file missing. SHUTDOWN. 5) No datapoint description. 3) No M0 module.0). Communication defect/disturbance between Excel 500 and C-Bus submodule.ALARM HANDLING Alarm no. Floating outputs (3-position outputs) are synchronized. data in RAM ok. loaded 10 11 12 13 65 66 67 68 69 70 74 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 48 . miss 5) Info points STARTUP. 1 50 51 52 53 54 55 INIT div. the remote controller has no storage left for requested remote points. 4) Invalid SKIP destination. Not enough space in the report file for initialization. failure 20 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 Wrong version no. actuators WARM START COLD START Point in manual Report too large XI 581 required New appli. The remote controller is in stopped condition. by zero Power failure Link Config Bad I/O board missing Unused I/O board 14 16 19 18 INIT under OpCode 15 56 HW Config. No remote storage. data in RAM destroyed. A remote output to a remote controller is already assigned to another controller. This can happen only with XI581 emulation.kfx file) not complete loaded. Overflow operation hours counter. Undefined RACL errors. Xlink alarm. 3) No Z register file. The user address of the remote point was not found in the remote controller.

Overr. This alarm is shown in addition to one of the following alarms: 83 to 84. This alarm is shown in addition to one of the following alarms: 83 and 84. This alarm is shown in addition to one of the following alarms: 83 to 86. While copying. Used only for MCR200 controllers. 99. Too many points in trend. This alarm is shown in addition to one of the following alarms: 83 to 85. This alarm is shown in addition to one of the following alarms: 83 and 84. This alarm is shown in addition to one of the following alarms: 83 and 84. A weekday is allocated to the daily programs of another weekday by copying the corresponding data. This alarm is shown in addition to one of the following alarms: 83 to 86 and 101. 102. switch auto alarm text English) Auto operation Manual operation No C-BUS refresh Template too long cond. Not sent on C-bus. A time deviation greater than 2 minutes has been detected on a device on the C-Bus. Online changes were done via C-Bus. Template for wildcard search too long. Manual override switches on Distributed I/O output modules are reset to automatic mode. This alarm. Application error: An XL50 DO is using a triac already in use by a 3-position output. In addition to this alarm. This alarm is shown in addition to one of the following alarms: 83 and 84. Download was done via C-Bus. stopped DDC Program I/O board present Time dev. ALARM HANDLING Too many trend pnt 73 Used only for MCR200 controllers.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Alarm no. Only used for MCR200 controllers. This alarm is shown in addition to one of the following alarms: 83 to 86 and 101. one of the following alarms is displayed: 88 to 93. cause/reason code # 80 8 110 85 206 207 83 100 101 102 103 84 104 105 106 107 108 98 99 109 111 Point is in automatic mode. one of the following alarms is displayed: 88 to 98. together with one of the following alarms. one of the following alarms is displayed: 88 to 98. In addition to this alarm.Pnt. one of the following alarms is displayed: 88 to 93. This alarm is shown in addition to one of the following alarms: 83 to 85. the name of the daily programs (weekday) remains whereas it would be exchanged by allocation. Point is in manual override mode. MCR200 rejects the setting of summer time if it is done with corresponding function of XBS or XL-Online. Somebody has changed the system time of the C-Bus devices via a local MMI.Conflict Overr. switch manu 112 49 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 . No memory to execute refresh / trend functionality. is shown: 92. This alarm is shown in addition to one of the following alarms: 101. A module which is part of the required configuration but was missing in the hardware configuration has been added to the hardware configuration again. Operator has logged himself in with MMI via C-Bus (Remote Login). Application task was stopped. 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 B-Port Download C-Bus Download B-Port change C-Bus change Device logged DDC Parameter DDC Z-Register DDC T-Register Datapoints Time Program ASPECD Program Alarm Texts Characteristics Descriptors Engineering Units State Texts Field I/O Glob. In addition to this alarm. Download was done via B-Port. Dig. Manual override switches on Distributed I/O output modules are set into override mode (values coming from the XL controller will be overwritten by the switches). Texts from XIP100 or MCR200 Fax were not able to be loaded into the MCR200. This alarm is shown in addition to one of the following alarms: 83 to 86. > 2 min Manual time sync. Online changes were done via B Port. This alarm is shown in addition to one of the following alarms: 101. In addition to this alarm.Out. This alarm is shown in addition to one of the following alarms: 83 and 84. 100.Transfer Applic.

110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 Hardware OK 89 M-Bus (XL50. Terminate dial-up connection with the controller in order to allow it to transmit its remote trend buffer to front-end Y. Front-end could not be reached.xx or higher) System alarms can be suppressed during CARE engineering by inserting the "at" sign ("@") at the beginning of the corresponding alarm text in the alarm text file. this alarm is related to the datapoints on this board. Used only in Excel 50 fixed applications. unauthorized acc. No more memory available for alarm handling. Initialization of the Distributed I/O modules finished. If the network interface has been changed in CARE and the changed application has been downloaded. In the event of a module defect or power failure (initialization). alarms OVFL non-crit. Probably the application device number is missing.04.) In the event of a module defect or power failure (initialization). Initialization start of the Distributed I/O modules. Line occupied or disconnected. separate system alarms are provided for module power failure and for input failures on the modules (see Table 21). The required configuration contains at least one module not included in the hardware configuration. CARE license key tag in the application is incorrect. Critical alarm buffer full. Non-critical alarm buffer full.I/O init start LON. Response message to the XBS life check. config complete modem device OK C bus error LON. No C-Bus communication between remote communication device number and application device number.I/O init done IP-DIO conflict Invalid user ID 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 212 129 MTO Binding failed 155 130 board missing 19 131 board present 108 System Alarms Suppression (V. The user has tried to make more “many-to-one-bindings” during controller runtime than were specified during CARE engineering. Shown together with M-Bus-related alarms. Configuration for the remote communication received. this alarm is related to the datapoints on this board. EEPROM fault or uncharged gold cap. A module which is part of the required configuration but was missing in the hardware configuration has been added to the hardware configuration again.ALARM HANDLING Alarm no. Standard I/O module XF5xx plugged with address of already-used DIO module XFL5xx. all bindings will be lost. Front-end X is online while remote trend buffer for front-end Y exceeds the notification level. cause/reason code # 88 EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 A Distributed I/O module was removed from the LONWORKS network or a sensor break or a sensor short-circuit or missing NV update from a bound NV was detected on a Distributed I/O module. Unauthorized telephone number and/or unauthorized password tried to dial in. Remote trend buffer full. The “many” relation of a “many-to-one-binding” (MTO) is specified during CARE engineering. al. 109 alarm text English) Hardware Failure cond. A missing Distributed I/O module was reconnected to the LONWORKS network or a missing sensor was reconnected on a Distributed I/O module or a sensor break / short-circuit was repaired or a missing NV update from a bound NV was supplied. out of memory Please disconnect! front-end not avail. The remote trend buffer has reached its notification level and should be uploaded in order to avoid trend buffer overflow. (The entered “many” relation will be used to calculate the memory space taken from the controller's application memory for the “manyto-one-binding”. Configuration data for the remote communication lost or corrupt due to power failure. OVFL trend NV Bindings lost pls upload trends! config data def. EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 50 . 2. only) OVFL crit. In order to avoid alarm showers at power failure and power return. accepted and complete.

04. such that the last 99 alarms always remain in the alarm memory.04. XI582 and XL-Online operator interfaces and the Excel 50 MMI. 99 alarms for firmware 2.x). new alarm signals are accepted.xx or lower. Afterwards.xx.x applications for controller firmware V. Otherwise. and then suppress the datapoint system alarms 109 and 110 by placing the @ character at the first position of the corresponding alarm text. Data Storage Each alarm is stored in the alarm memory that can hold up to 99 alarms.5. only the alarm type (without data or time) is sent.x applications for controller firmware version 2. The alarm memory can be viewed on the XI581 (not with XCL5010. alarm text. Alarms Sent across the System Bus Alarm recovery Once the capacity of the temporary alarm buffer for system alarms is reached (max. alarms for datapoints that are labeled “in alarm” are sent directly to the C-bus (except those that are in alarm suppression). then the refresh list is deleted after a period of 2 minutes. then this information is sent to the front-end. then all alarm messages of the temporary system alarm buffer are sent to the front-end. If an XBS or XL-Online is disconnected from the bus/controller. 2. Alarm signals in the alarm memory contain neither an indication of the nature of the alarm signals in the alarm (critical/non-critical) nor an acknowledgment of the alarm on the operator interface. This allows point values to be updated that are set in refresh after a short-time interruption (maximum: 2 minutes) due to a communication error. 51 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 Refresh list deletion (V1.x applications for controller firmware V.xx Care 4. and max.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Table 21. Avoiding alarm datapoint showers Reason for fault Care 3. and time. When a C-bus connection to a front-end has been established. Labeling is carried out only for the last occurring alarm for that datapoint. The alarm text can be individually created and may contain up to 18 characters.xx defective module or power failure sensor break / short-circuit or missing NV update from bound NV defective module or power failure sensor break / short-circuit or missing NV update from bound NV defective module or power failure sensor break / short-circuit or missing NV update from bound NV Procedure Due to open LON.x) . 2.x applications for controller firmware V. then any additional alarms cause the datapoint to be labeled "in alarm" and given a description of the type of alarm that has occurred.xx Care 4. If the controller’s alarm history buffer still contains information related to such an alarm. 2.04.03. the datapoints appear at the front-end with an asterisk indicating that the data and time shown do not correspond to the generation of the alarm. date. User Program Alarms It is possible to generate alarm signals at any point in the user program by using a special program command. 50 alarms for firmware 2. In this case.04. The alarm memory entry contains user address. If the memory capacity is exceeded. Excel 100C).06. module alarms are no longer possible! "I/O board missing" (54) "I/O board present" (103) Module alarm "I/O board missing" (54) "I/O board present" (103) ALARM HANDLING Point alarm "hardware failure" (109) "hardware OK" (110) "hardware failure" (109) "hardware OK" (110) "board missing" (130) "board present" (131) "hardware failure" (109) "hardware OK" (110) "board missing" (130) "board present" (131) "hardware failure" (109) "hardware OK" (110) Engineer CARE 4.

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Examples of C-bus compatible components are Excel IRC Multicontrollers. module 2.xx or higher) Beginning with controller firmware V2. Values are displayed (0/1 for digital points) for each of the default datapoints. output 1 Digital input. This is difficult if individual subsystems cannot exchange data with one another.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 TEST MODE (V2. Other C-bus compatible components can be substituted for any of the 30 Excel controllers.x. The Excel 50/100/500/600/800 have a modular structure.04. LONWORKS communication (V2. see the Excel 50 and Excel 100 Installation Instructions. so that the configuration of one section of your system does not limit the overall size of your building management system. output 1 Motor output. see Excel 50/500 LONWORKS Mechanisms Description. with module numbers referring to internal I/O boards. Outputs can be set manually via MMI.04. and the values are refreshed in this screen as they change. Distributed I/O modules can be checked out in the same way as described above. This is because there is only a limited number of inputs and outputs available and it is difficult for the controller to monitor several processes simultaneously. When entering the test mode. System Bus Up to 30 Excel controllers can be connected to one another via a System Bus (Cbus).04. Control applications using such equipment soon reach the performance limits of their controllers. see the Software Release Bulletin for XL500. The alarm buffer records all system alarms and all changes of state of inputs.04. only (XF8xxxx). a set of default datapoints is generated corresponding to the physical I/O of the controller. input 1 Analog output. module 4. so they can be tailored to match the plant they are controlling. For details.00. module 3. output 1 Excel 50/100 controllers do not have I/O modules. the Excel EMC. controller firmware version 2.X) General Excel 50/100/500/800 controllers feature a special test mode intended specifically for troubleshooting or system checkout and which allows manually setting outputs and verifying inputs. module 1. In addition. Excel 800 supports the test mode for the Panel Bus I/O Modules. it may not be economical to connect different parts of a plant because they are too far away from one another. Equipment that has been specially designed to implement only a particular application has the disadvantages of being more expensive in the first place and inflexible to future needs. For more information. and Excel Building Supervisors. Distributed I/O testing (V2. COMMUNICATION General Control systems often need to carry out complex monitoring and control functions as part of their building management task. input 1 Digital output. The default user addresses are coded to correspond with the physical I/O in the following way: AI0101: AO0201: DI0301: DO0401: 3P0101: NOTE: Analog input.03. but their technical addresses follow the same pattern. The individual Excel controllers are able to communicate with one another.xx or higher) Excel 50 and Excel 500 controllers equipped with 3120E5 Neuron chips (date code 0044 or higher) are capable of communicating with devices on an Echelon® LONWORKS® network. The C-bus allows con53 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 . For details. EN0B-0270GE51. module 1.

During initialization. Multi-master communication means that all controllers in the system can function as the master. so the right to request and transmit data is not permanently assigned to a specific controller. EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 54 . Bus Initialization When your system first starts up. the bus master transmits active values. See "Global Datapoints" on page 11 for details on defining global datapoints.COMMUNICATION EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 trollers and devices to exchange data such as measured values. and trends. each controller knows the address of the next controller with the right to transmit data. the C-bus also allows controllers to communicate with other controllers that do have a modem connected. the bus master recognizes that this controller is no longer online and interrupts token passing. The master asks for data and then distributes the data on the bus. alarms log. Bus Communication The Excel 50/100/500/600/800 controller does not transmit any plant-specific data before the C-bus has been initialized. After initialization. At the same time. During normal operation. This means that values from one controller or device can be sent to the entire system. This has the advantage that a part of the system can still continue working even if one of the controllers is defective. When a controller does not have a modem directly connected. Bus-wide communication occurs when global datapoints have been defined in the user program. so that data can be transmitted via the public telephone network. the bus master requests information about global datapoints from each controller. Controller communication depends on the user program stored in each controller. A bus master is a controller governing communication between bus devices. the software runs a check to see what devices are connected to the C-bus. The flow of data between devices can be structured hierarchically as part of the software in the user program. Access The C-bus supports multi-master communication using the token passing procedure. excluding controllers that are no longer online. This process is called initialization. The software stores the information as the Device Type List in the controllers. Communication is still carried out on the multi-master principle. This ensures continuous bus communication even when individual controllers go off line. Besides allowing communication between controllers and devices. the controllers store the address of the device making the request so that the controllers can subsequently transmit the appropriate data to the appropriate device. If a controller now stops communication. I/O Runtime Synchronization XF525 After application download and after a power failure a runtime synchronization takes place which takes the complete runtime as defined in the datapoint description plus an additional 10%. the C-bus reinitializes automatically and also updates the Device Type List. As a result. but bus access time is reduced by concentrating specific data in specific controllers. Controllers transmit data only when asked for it by the master or when they assume the function of the master. the C-bus also enables the entire system to be connected to PC front-ends. This method of exchanging data reduces the load on the bus and means controllers store only the data they need for their own communication. The bus master transmits only values which have changed or which have been requested by another device on initialization or when a device has been offline. Structuring data exchange means defining what information can be exchanged between which bus devices.

02 with Excel 500 V2. this type of synchronization will immediately be finished when the input signal drops below upper synchronization threshold – sensitivity hysteresis. If the controller on which the time was changed is eligible as a synchronization master. this type of synchronization will immediately be finished when the input signal exceeds the lower synchronization threshold + sensitivity hysteresis. which is 98% by default. Network-Wide Controller Time Synchronization Network-wide time synchronization is carried out automatically once each hour by the designated synchronization master. In order to avoid any logical interlock problems. once every 24 hours the actuator will be driven towards the “closed” position. minutes. Example: A cooling valve is closed. The actuator will drive to –“Synchronization Time” in this case. an alarm is generated. Synchronization is based on date. the output of the Remote Override Modules XFR522/XFR522A and XFR524/XFR524A will remain unchanged. If the time is manually changed on any of the connected system bus controllers. This may result in leakage.125% and 95 to 96% of defined runtime.03 During and after initialization of the Distributed I/O modules.01. The valve is cold at the time it is closed. Daylight saving time is included in the syn- 55 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 . When it has detected a new device. which is 2% by default.xx or higher can act as a synchronization master. Initialization of Distributed I/O Modules XFL52x V1. An additional synchronization with -20 % is done after half an hour and one hour in order to compensate temperature drifts of the valve. Calculated position > Upper sync threshold The floating actuators will be synchronized when the associated input signal exceeds the upper synchronization threshold. New Bus Devices The system automatically detects new devices. In order to avoid any logical interlock problems. Synchronization after power-up / 24 hours The floating actuators will be synchronized in the following situations: • Always after power-up or reset of the Excel 800 controller • Optionally. Each controller with firmware V2. The valve will get warm and expand.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Calculated Runtime >100% >96% COMMUNICATION Actual Runtime permanently open 96% plus 100% of defined runtime (Excel 500) 96% plus 200% of defined runtime (Excel 50) <2% 2% minus 100% of defined runtime (Excel 500) 2% minus 200% of defined runtime (Excel 50) <0% permanently closed Internal hysteresis is 2 to 3. XF825 Synchronization will take place in the following situations: Calculated position < Lower sync threshold The floating actuators will be synchronized when the associated input signal drops below the lower synchronization threshold. If this time is exceeded. the system reinitializes so the new device is included in the Device Type List. and seconds to an accuracy of ± 120 seconds across the system bus (detected after no more than 1 hour). then this time is adopted for synchronization. then it will become the synchronization master on the bus.0. This means that the output status will always remain unchanged as long as the 24 Vac power supply is applied and as long as there is no manual change at the XFRxxxx modules. hours.

xx or higher have the advantage of allowing direct connection of a modem or ISDN terminal adapter to the controller for either C-Bus systems or stand-alone controller applications. Even the locally entered time might be overwritten by a synchronization coming from a newer device (V2. Excel 50/100/500/800 controllers 56 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 . or the supervisor can call at any time for status. and "Alarm Status" to either an MMI interface or to a front-end.xx firmware or earlier can. when operating as stand-alone controllers. V2.0. for additional information. EN3R-1182GE51.6.0 or higher). (A maximum of two point refresh messages can be sent while the controller is holding the Token. The Excel 100/500 controllers can store the numbers and passwords for up to three supervisors and can call them in response to critical alarms or other programmed triggers. but the controller does not dial out to send remote trend buffer level alarms or to flush the buffer. This allows two-way communication between the building supervisors and the controllers. Point Refreshing Excel controllers provides a refresh mechanism (that is adapted to the Token timing) for sending the values of the attributes "Value". The controller will still dial out for critical and uncritical alarms.xx or higher and Excel 800. In this case. called ACFs. with newest values overwriting oldest when the buffer is full.xx or higher. This system monitors and controls individual rooms within a building. The C-bus treats controllers as being equal in rank to a PC. See EXCEL 5000 IRC Integration System Overview and Application Guide. or alarm information. "Operating Mode". V3. remote trend values are stored in the buffer. NOTE: If you enter the time on the local MMI of an older device (prior to V2.) PC Communication An Excel 50/100/500/600/800 system can also accommodate a PC connected to the C-bus.xx or higher).04. Multi-master communication is still supported and token passing continues between the individual bus devices. No additional hardware is necessary. The Excel IRC system communicates on the C-bus via its Multicontroller (MC).00. make use of the XDM506 modem submodule mounted on the CPU board. Excel 100 and 600 controllers and Excel 500 controllers with V1.0. as well as Excel 800 controllers with firmware version V3. trend. Remote Communication Excel 50/100/500/600/800 controllers are all able to communicate to remote building supervisors via an analog or ISDN modem connected to them. are all processed by the MC. Direct modem connection (Excel 50/500. Excel 100C controllers.01. Excel IRC Excel controllers support communication with the Excel IRC control system. The XDM506 can perform all of the functions of the XM100A in providing remote communication capability with up to three building supervisors.01.xx). Disable dial-out (V2.5.COMMUNICATION EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 chronization process.00. The Application control functions for Excel IRC. "Manual Value". Any new device added to the system bus will adopt the bus system time. synchronization will not be carried out.xx or higher) Excel 50/500 controllers with firmware version V2.xx or higher) Automatic upload of the remote trend buffer can be disabled by a remote front-end (XBS 1.

If no special modem behavior is needed. The Excel 50/100/500/800 controller will detect the modem attached to the serial port and set the communication speed to the default value of 9. The Excel 50/100/500/800 controller will also detect whether the modem/ISDN terminal adapter is initialized in auto-answer or manu-answer mode. in addition to handling normal building control functions.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 COMMUNICATION can store 100 trend values (by default) for the connected EBI/SymmetrE.03. 23. NOTE: NOTE: Remote communication to XBSi building supervisors is not supported by direct modem connection. it is not necessary to set up or initialize the modem/ISDN terminal adapter. In that case.xx by using a separate Excel 500 controller with special operating system firmware (XL IRC V1. Fig. IRC alarming can be accomplished only indirectly with firmware version V2. Remote Modem Connection 57 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 . Data transmission rates up to 38.01.x) which allows mapping between it and an IRC Multicontroller. and it will initialize the modem for manu-answer mode (S0=0).6 Kbaud.4 Kbaud are supported with modem/ISDN terminal adapter attached. the IRC alarms are treated like normal C-Bus data.

Unused application memory can be used as additional remote trend buffer. PLUS “N” for front-end A EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 58 . Controller Firmware 2. EBI). to use the EXCEL controller as a pure trending device. Adjustment range for application memory size application memory size maximum (default): 128 Kbyte example: 120 Kbyte minimum: 38 Kbyte trend values in remote trend buffer 42 per front-end 100 per front-end 100 per front-end. is the additional remote trend buffer size. This increase in the trend buffer size reduces the number of times the controller must dial-up the front-end and lowers the risk of trend values being overwritten due to a full buffer. This number is subtracted from the total application memory. or they can come from various other controllers on the same C-Bus or LONWORKS bus.03. a total of 384 KB of additional trend buffer is available. 58 KB 58 KB = 1263 ADDITIONAL TREND SAMPLES 128 KB APPLICATION e. Controller Firmware 2. EBI). These 100 data points can come from the controller to which the modem has been connected. trend values for a total of 100 data points can be stored (via dial-up) in the remote trend buffer of the controller to which the modem has been connected.xx and Higher In combination with the large RAM controllers XD52-FC. 24. By exploiting this feature. it is possible. Adjustable remote trend buffer example The maximum number of trend values will be displayed on the MMI once a value for application memory size is entered. 70 KBYTES + 100 TREND SAMPLES (DEFAULT) = 1363 T0TAL TREND SAMPLES Fig. in Kbytes. XD52-FCS. The adjustment range for the application memory size is the following: Table 22. or they can come from various other controllers on the same C-Bus or LONWORKS bus. These 20 data points can come from the controller to which the modem has been connected.g.g. TOTAL APPLICATION MEMORY REMOTE TREND BUFFER UNUSED APPLICATION MEMORY e. trend values for a total of 20 data points can be stored (via dial-up) in the remote trend buffer of the controller to which the modem has been connected.xx and Higher Per front-end (XBS. when no application is downloaded.COMMUNICATION EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Remote Trending (dial-up) General Per front-end (XBS.04. XC5210C. Fig. 24 illustrates the adjustable remote trend buffer. The amount of additional memory available for the remote trend buffer is determined by the value for “Application Memory Size” entered with the MMI during the start-up sequence of the controller. and the resulting number.

appl. size (in Kbytes) + 384 Kbytes) * 1024 bytes / 47 bytes For all other controllers equipped with Flash EPROMS: N = (128 Kbytes .960 + 104) trend values for front-end A and 104 trend values each for front-end B and front-end C. size (in Kbytes)) * 1024 bytes / 47 bytes Hence. which allows a total of 2591 trend entries to be stored – see also diagram below: 2391 trend entries for front-end A Plus 100 trend entries for front-end B Plus 100 trend entries for front-end C -------------------------------------------------TOTAL = 2591 trend entries TOTAL APPLICATION MEMORY REMOTE TREND MEMORY: 60 KBYTES = 2501 TREND ENTRIES REMOTE TREND BUFFER 160 KBYTES APPLICATION (excluding RACL) = max.honeywell.de/dep/mc/HVAC_Products/Automation_and_Control/Ce ntralPlantControls/Modem-Interface/MODMFAQ4. which can be found on the following servers: http://web. Adjustable remote trend buffer example (Excel 800) Unused application memory can be used for storing additional remote trend entries. This means that for all Flash memory-equipped modules with a minimum application size of 38 Kbytes. If an application being downloaded exceeds the application memory size. 25.DOC 59 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 .appl.327 trend values for large RAM controllers and 1. Adjustment range of application memory size application memory size maximum (default): 100 Kbyte example: 80 Kbyte minimum: 38 Kbyte trend values in remote trend buffer 2501 2936 3851 MODEMFAQ Detailed information and guidance can be obtained from the MODEMFAQ document. 100 KBYTES 60 KBYTES = 2591 TREND ENTRIES = 2391 PER FRONT-END A + 100 PER FRONT-END B + 100 PER FRONT-END C Fig.960 trend values for all others containing Flash memory. In order to do so. and XC5210C controller (512 Kbytes of RAM): N = (128 Kbytes . the maximum value of N is 10. XD52-FCS.ge51. the adjustment range for the application memory size is the following. Table 23. Excel 800 Excel 800 controllers provide a reserved Remote Trend Memory of 60Kbytes.064 (1.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Remote trend buffer size formula COMMUNICATION For XD52-FC. and the download will not be executed. a warning message will be displayed on the MMI. there will be 2.

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02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher Controllers with External XI581/2 XL100/500/800 XI581/2 XI581B/2B (required hardware) XL Online XL 40 XL40A2MMI XI40AI (required firmware) XL 50 XL50.02C or higher EU50L207. For all settings to be done.02C or higher EU50L207.MMI-xxxx XL50D XL50A-MMI-xxxx XL50A-UMMIxxxx (required firmware) not supported EU50L207. the controller must be equipped with the appropriate firmware and XI582 with the appropriate EPROM.02C or higher EU50L207. French (Belgium) Bulgarian Portuguese (Brazil) English (Canada) Arabic (not supported) Australia not supported Austria Belgium Russia Brazil Canada not supported XL50I207.02C or higher Several Australia Albania Austria Belgium Bulgaria Brazil Canada Arabic English (Australia) Albanian German (Austria) Dutch (Belgium).02C or higher EU50L207. HBS Country and Language Settings Country Windows Version / Regional and Language Options Settings CARE Country Code / Location Selection Controllers with Internal Text MMI Controllers with Internal Graphic MMI XL 50 XL50CH XL50CY XL50TW XL50ACH XL50ACY XL50ATW (required firmware) not supported EU50L207. please refer to the country and language settings table that lists the settings for: • • • • • Windows CARE / COACH Excel Online / COACH Online XI852 EPROM Controller firmware For information on coding special characters in Western.02C or higher XL50I207. for a successful application engineering. please refer to the character settings tables following the country and language settings table.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207. Table 24.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher not supported EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or or higher not supported XL50I207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher not supported XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU not supported Western Western Western Western Cyrillic Western Western 61 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 . To customize Windows. refer to the procedure following the character settings tables. In addition.02C or higher EU50L207.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 MISCELLEANOUS MISCELLEANOUS Customize Windows Default Regional and Language Settings In order to setup an Excel 5000 system that uses any language other than the respective Windows default language. you must customize the Regional and Language Options Settings in Windows as a prerequisite before working with CARE / COACH and Excel Online / COACH Online.02C or higher EU50L207. Eastern and Turkish languages.

02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher not supported not supported XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher China Croatia Czech Republic Denmark Finland France Germany Several Hungary Iceland Ireland Italy Japan Korea Several Lithuania Macedonia Mexico Morocco Netherlands New Zealand Norway Poland Chinese (Simplified) Croatian Czech Danish Finnish French German Hebrew Hungarian Icelandic English (Ireland) Italian Japanese Korean Several Lithuanian Macedonian Spanish (Mexico) French Dutch English (New Zealand) Norwegian Polish PR China Slovakia Slovakia Denmark Finland France Germany Hebrew Slovakia Iceland Ireland Italy Japan Korea Latin America not supported Russia Mexico France Netherlands New Zealand Norway Slovakia not supported XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher not supported not supported EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.MISCELLEANOUS Country Windows Version / Regional and Language Options Settings CARE Country Code / Location Selection Controllers with Internal Text MMI EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Controllers with Internal Graphic MMI XL 50 XL50CH XL50CY XL50TW XL50ACH XL50ACY XL50ATW (required firmware) EU50L207.02C or higher not supported not supported EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher not supported not supported EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher Controllers with External XI581/2 XL100/500/800 XI581/2 XI581B/2B (required hardware) XL Online XL 40 XL40A2MMI XI40AI (required firmware) XL 50 XL50.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher not supported not supported XL50I207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-CH XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-JP not supported XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU CHINESE_ BIG5 Central European Central European Western Western Western Western Western Central European Western Western Western Japanese Western Western Cyrillic Cyrillic Western Western Western Western Western Central European EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 62 .02C or higher EU50L207.MMI-xxxx XL50D XL50A-MMI-xxxx XL50A-UMMIxxxx (required firmware) not supported EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher XL50I207.

02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher not supported not supported EU50L207.02C or higher XL50L207.E.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.E.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU Western Central European Cyrillic Cyrillic Central European Central European Western Western Western Taiwan Tunisia Turkey U.02C or higher not supported not supported XL50I207.02C or higher MISCELLEANOUS Controllers with External XI581/2 XL100/500/800 XI581/2 XI581B/2B (required hardware) XL Online XL 40 XL40A2MMI XI40AI (required firmware) XL 50 XL50.02C or higher EU50L207. Italian (Switzerland) Chinese (Taiwan) French Turkish Arabic (U.02C or higher not supported not supported EU50L207.02C or higher not supported not supported XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207. Ukraine United Kingdom United States Taiwan France Turkey Arabic (not supported) Russia United Kingdom United States XI581B/2B-TW XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU not supported XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-TW XI581B/2B-CH XI581B/2B-JP XI581B/2B-CY Thai Western Turkish not supported Cyrillic Western Western 63 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 .02C or higher Portugal Romania Russia Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Portuguese Romanian Russian Serbian (Latin.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.MMI-xxxx XL50D XL50A-MMI-xxxx XL50A-UMMIxxxx (required firmware) EU50L207.02C or higher TW50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.A.02C or higher XL50L207.A.02C or higher TW50L207.) Ukrainian English (United Kingdom) English Portugal Slovakia Russia not supported Slovakia Slovakia Spain Sweden Switzerland XL50I207.02C or higher not supported EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher not supported EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207. Bosnia and Herzegovina) Slovak Slovenian Spanish Swedish German (Switzerland).02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207. French (Switzerland).02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher TW50L207.02C or higher not supported XL50I207.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Country Windows Version / Regional and Language Options Settings CARE Country Code / Location Selection Controllers with Internal Text MMI Controllers with Internal Graphic MMI XL 50 XL50CH XL50CY XL50TW XL50ACH XL50ACY XL50ATW (required firmware) EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.

02C or higher not supported not supported not supported Panther CLPA13LC2x CLPA13LM2x CLPA21LC2x CLPA21LM2x (required firmware) not supported EU50L207.02C or higher not supported not supported EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207. French (Belgium) Bulgarian Portuguese (Brazil) English (Canada) Chinese (Simplified) Croatian Czech Danish Finnish French German Hebrew Hungarian Icelandic English (Ireland) Italian Japanese Korean Lithuanian not supported Australia Albanian Austria Belgium Bulgaria not supported not supported not supported Croatia Czech Republic Denmark Finland France Germany as desired Hungary Iceland United Kingdom Italy not supported not supported Lithuania not supported XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher not supported not supported not supported not supported EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.MISCELLEANOUS Table 25.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or or higher not supported not supported not supported not supported XL50I207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher not supported not supported not supported not supported XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU not supported not supported not supported XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU not supported not supported XI581B/2B-EU not supported Western Western Western Western Cyrillic not supported not supported not supported Central European Central European Western Western Western Western Western Central European Western Western Western not supported not supported Cyrillic EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 64 .02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher not supported not supported not supported EU50L207. CentraLine Country and Language Settings Country Windows Version / Regional and Language Options Settings COACH Country Selection Controllers with Internal Text MMI EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Controllers with Internal Graphic MMI Controllers with External CLMMI00N2x COACH Online Tiger CLTG38L11 CLTG00MMI (required firmware) Panther CLPA13LC1x CLPA13LM1x CLPA21CM1x CLPA21LC1x CLPA21LM1x (required firmware) not supported EU50L207.02C or higher Lion CLMMI00N2x (required hardware) Several Australia Albania Austria Belgium Bulgaria Brazil Canada China Croatia Czech Republic Denmark Finland France Germany Several Hungary Iceland Ireland Italy Japan Korea Lithuania Arabic English (Australia) Albanian German (Austria) Dutch (Belgium).02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.

02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher not supported Panther CLPA13LC2x CLPA13LM2x CLPA21LC2x CLPA21LM2x (required firmware) EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher not supported EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher not supported not supported EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher not supported EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.E.A.) Ukrainian English (United Kingdom) English Macedonia not supported Morocco Netherlands not supported Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russia Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland France not supported not supported Tunisia Turkey U.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Country Windows Version / Regional and Language Options Settings COACH Country Selection Controllers with Internal Text MMI Controllers with Internal Graphic MMI MISCELLEANOUS Controllers with External CLMMI00N2x COACH Online Tiger CLTG38L11 CLTG00MMI (required firmware) Panther CLPA13LC1x CLPA13LM1x CLPA21CM1x CLPA21LC1x CLPA21LM1x (required firmware) not supported not supported EU50L207. Italian (Switzerland) Chinese (Taiwan) French Turkish Arabic (U.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207. Ukraine United Kingdom United States not supported XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU not supported XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU not supported not supported Western Turkish not supported Cyrillic Western not supported 65 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 .02C or higher EU50L207. Bosnia and Herzegovina) Slovak Slovenian Spanish Swedish German (Switzerland).A.02C or higher not supported not supported EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher not supported EU50L207.02C or higher not supported XL50I207.02C or higher not supported not supported EU50L207. (not supported) Ukraine United Kingdom not supported not supported not supported XL50I207.E.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher not supported not supported XL50I207. French (Switzerland).02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher not supported XL50I207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher not supported EU50L207.E.02C or higher EU50L207.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher not supported Lion CLMMI00N2x (required hardware) Macedonia Mexico Morocco Netherlands New Zealand Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russia Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Macedonian Spanish (Mexico) French Dutch English (New Zealand) Norwegian Polish Portuguese Romanian Russian Serbian (Latin.A.02C or higher not supported XI581B/2B-EU not supported XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU not supported XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU XI581B/2B-EU Cyrillic not supported Western Western not supported Western Central European Western Central European Cyrillic Cyrillic Central European Central European Western Western Western Taiwan Tunisia Turkey U.02C or higher XL50I207.02C or higher not supported EU50L207.02C or higher not supported EU50L207.

MISCELLEANOUS Table 26. Character Settings (Western Europe) Hex 20 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 2E 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 3A 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 4A 4B 4C 4D Dec 32 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 46 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 # $ % & ' ( ) . 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 : @ A B C D E F G H I J K L M Char Unicode 32 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 46 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 ISO/IEC 10646-1:2000 Character Name SPACE NUMBER SIGN DOLLAR SIGN PERCENT SIGN AMPERSAND APOSTROPHE LEFT PARENTHESIS RIGHT PARENTHESIS FULL STOP DIGIT ZERO DIGIT ONE DIGIT TWO DIGIT THREE DIGIT FOUR DIGIT FIVE DIGIT SIX DIGIT SEVEN DIGIT EIGHT DIGIT NINE COLON COMMERCIAL AT LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A LATIN CAPITAL LETTER B LATIN CAPITAL LETTER C LATIN CAPITAL LETTER D LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E LATIN CAPITAL LETTER F LATIN CAPITAL LETTER G LATIN CAPITAL LETTER H LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I LATIN CAPITAL LETTER J LATIN CAPITAL LETTER K LATIN CAPITAL LETTER L LATIN CAPITAL LETTER M EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 66 .

EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Hex 4E 4F 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 5A 5F 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 6A 6B 6C 6D 6E 6F 70 71 72 73 74 75 Dec 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 95 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 Char N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z _ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u Unicode 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 95 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 ISO/IEC 10646-1:2000 Character Name LATIN CAPITAL LETTER N LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O LATIN CAPITAL LETTER P LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Q LATIN CAPITAL LETTER R LATIN CAPITAL LETTER S LATIN CAPITAL LETTER T LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U LATIN CAPITAL LETTER V LATIN CAPITAL LETTER W LATIN CAPITAL LETTER X LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Y LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Z LOW LINE LATIN SMALL LETTER A LATIN SMALL LETTER B LATIN SMALL LETTER C LATIN SMALL LETTER D LATIN SMALL LETTER E LATIN SMALL LETTER F LATIN SMALL LETTER G LATIN SMALL LETTER H LATIN SMALL LETTER I LATIN SMALL LETTER J LATIN SMALL LETTER K LATIN SMALL LETTER L LATIN SMALL LETTER M LATIN SMALL LETTER N LATIN SMALL LETTER O LATIN SMALL LETTER P LATIN SMALL LETTER Q LATIN SMALL LETTER R LATIN SMALL LETTER S LATIN SMALL LETTER T LATIN SMALL LETTER U MISCELLEANOUS 67 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 .

MISCELLEANOUS Hex 76 77 78 79 7A 7E 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 8A 8B 8C 8D 8E 8F 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 9A 9B 9D Dec 118 119 120 121 122 126 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 157 Char v w x y z ~ Ç ü é â ä à å ç ê ë è ï î ì Ä Å É æ Æ ô ö ò û ù ÿ Ö Ü ø Ø Unicode 118 119 120 121 122 126 199 252 233 226 228 224 229 231 234 235 232 239 238 236 196 197 201 230 198 244 246 242 251 249 255 214 220 248 216 EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 ISO/IEC 10646-1:2000 Character Name LATIN SMALL LETTER V LATIN SMALL LETTER W LATIN SMALL LETTER X LATIN SMALL LETTER Y LATIN SMALL LETTER Z TILDE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER C WITH CEDILLA LATIN SMALL LETTER U WITH DIAERESIS LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH DIAERESIS LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH GRAVE LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH RING ABOVE LATIN SMALL LETTER C WITH CEDILLA LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH DIAERESIS LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH GRAVE LATIN SMALL LETTER I WITH DIAERESIS LATIN SMALL LETTER I WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN SMALL LETTER I WITH GRAVE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH DIAERESIS LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH RING ABOVE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER AE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER AE LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH DIAERESIS LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH GRAVE LATIN SMALL LETTER U WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN SMALL LETTER U WITH GRAVE LATIN SMALL LETTER Y WITH DIAERESIS LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH DIAERESIS LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U WITH DIAERESIS LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH STROKE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH STROKE EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 68 .

EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Hex 9F A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A8 B5 B6 B7 C6 C7 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 DE E0 E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E8 E9 EA EB Dec 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 168 181 182 183 198 199 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 222 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 Char ƒ á í ó ú ñ Ñ ¿ Á Â À ã Ã ð Ð Ê Ë È ı Í Î Ï Ì Ó ß Ô Ò õ Õ µ þ Þ Ú Û Ù Unicode 402 225 237 243 250 241 209 191 193 194 192 227 195 240 208 202 203 200 305 205 206 207 204 211 223 212 210 245 213 181 254 222 218 219 217 ISO/IEC 10646-1:2000 Character Name LATIN SMALL LETTER F WITH HOOK LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER I WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER U WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER N WITH TILDE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER N WITH TILDE INVERTED QUESTION MARK LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH ACUTE MISCELLEANOUS LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH GRAVE LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH TILDE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH TILDE LATIN SMALL LETTER ETH LATIN CAPITAL LETTER ETH LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E WITH DIAERESIS LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E WITH GRAVE LATIN SMALL LETTER DOTLESS I LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I WITH ACUTE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I WITH DIAERESIS LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I WITH GRAVE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER SHARP S LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH GRAVE LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH TILDE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH TILDE MICRO SIGN LATIN SMALL LETTER THORN LATIN CAPITAL LETTER THORN LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U WITH ACUTE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U WITH GRAVE 69 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 .

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 : @ A B C D E F G Char Unicode 32 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 46 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 ISO/IEC 10646-1:2000 Character Name SPACE NUMBER SIGN DOLLAR SIGN PERCENT SIGN AMPERSAND APOSTROPHE LEFT PARENTHESIS RIGHT PARENTHESIS FULL STOP DIGIT ZERO DIGIT ONE DIGIT TWO DIGIT THREE DIGIT FOUR DIGIT FIVE DIGIT SIX DIGIT SEVEN DIGIT EIGHT DIGIT NINE COLON COMMERCIAL AT LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A LATIN CAPITAL LETTER B LATIN CAPITAL LETTER C LATIN CAPITAL LETTER D LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E LATIN CAPITAL LETTER F LATIN CAPITAL LETTER G EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 70 . Character Settings (Eastern Europe) Hex 20 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 2E 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 3A 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 Dec 32 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 46 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 # $ % & ' ( ) .MISCELLEANOUS Hex EC ED EF F8 Dec 236 237 239 248 Char ý Ý ´ ° Unicode 253 221 180 176 EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 ISO/IEC 10646-1:2000 Character Name LATIN SMALL LETTER Y WITH ACUTE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Y WITH ACUTE ACUTE ACCENT DEGREE SIGN Table 27.

EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Hex 48 49 4A 4B 4C 4D 4E 4F 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 5A 5F 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 6A 6B 6C 6D 6E 6F 70 Dec 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 95 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 Char H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z _ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Unicode 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 95 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 ISO/IEC 10646-1:2000 Character Name LATIN CAPITAL LETTER H LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I LATIN CAPITAL LETTER J LATIN CAPITAL LETTER K LATIN CAPITAL LETTER L LATIN CAPITAL LETTER M LATIN CAPITAL LETTER N LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O LATIN CAPITAL LETTER P LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Q LATIN CAPITAL LETTER R LATIN CAPITAL LETTER S LATIN CAPITAL LETTER T LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U LATIN CAPITAL LETTER V LATIN CAPITAL LETTER W LATIN CAPITAL LETTER X LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Y LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Z LOW LINE LATIN SMALL LETTER A LATIN SMALL LETTER B LATIN SMALL LETTER C LATIN SMALL LETTER D LATIN SMALL LETTER E LATIN SMALL LETTER F LATIN SMALL LETTER G LATIN SMALL LETTER H LATIN SMALL LETTER I LATIN SMALL LETTER J LATIN SMALL LETTER K LATIN SMALL LETTER L LATIN SMALL LETTER M LATIN SMALL LETTER N LATIN SMALL LETTER O LATIN SMALL LETTER P MISCELLEANOUS 71 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 .

MISCELLEANOUS Hex 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 7A 7E 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 8A 8B 8C 8D 8E 8F 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 Dec 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 126 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 Char q r s t u v w x y z ~ Ç ü é â ä ů ć ç ł ë Ő ő î Ź Ä Ć É Ĺ ĺ ô ö Ľ ľ Ś Unicode 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 126 199 252 233 226 228 367 263 231 322 235 336 337 238 377 196 262 201 313 314 244 246 317 318 346 EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 ISO/IEC 10646-1:2000 Character Name LATIN SMALL LETTER Q LATIN SMALL LETTER R LATIN SMALL LETTER S LATIN SMALL LETTER T LATIN SMALL LETTER U LATIN SMALL LETTER V LATIN SMALL LETTER W LATIN SMALL LETTER X LATIN SMALL LETTER Y LATIN SMALL LETTER Z TILDE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER C WITH CEDILLA LATIN SMALL LETTER U WITH DIAERESIS LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH DIAERESIS LATIN SMALL LETTER U WITH RING ABOVE LATIN SMALL LETTER C WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER C WITH CEDILLA LATIN SMALL LETTER L WITH STROKE LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH DIAERESIS LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH DOUBLE ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH DOUBLE ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER I WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Z WITH ACUTE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH DIAERESIS LATIN CAPITAL LETTER C WITH ACUTE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E WITH ACUTE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER L WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER L WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH DIAERESIS LATIN CAPITAL LETTER L WITH CARON LATIN SMALL LETTER L WITH CARON LATIN CAPITAL LETTER S WITH ACUTE EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 72 .

EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Hex 98 99 9A 9B 9C 9D 9F A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 AB AC AD B5 B6 B7 B8 BD BE C6 C7 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 Dec 152 153 154 155 156 157 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 171 172 173 181 182 183 184 189 190 198 199 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 Char ś Ö Ü Ť ť Ł č á í ó ú Ą ą Ž ž Ę ę ź Č ş Á Â Ě Ş Ż ż Ă ă đ Đ Ď Ë ď Ň Í Î Unicode 347 214 220 356 357 321 269 225 237 243 250 260 261 381 382 280 281 378 268 351 193 194 282 350 379 380 258 259 273 272 270 203 271 327 205 206 ISO/IEC 10646-1:2000 Character Name LATIN SMALL LETTER S WITH ACUTE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH DIAERESIS LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U WITH DIAERESIS LATIN CAPITAL LETTER T WITH CARON LATIN SMALL LETTER T WITH CARON LATIN CAPITAL LETTER L WITH STROKE LATIN SMALL LETTER C WITH CARON LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER I WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER U WITH ACUTE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH OGONEK LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH OGONEK LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Z WITH CARON LATIN SMALL LETTER Z WITH CARON LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E WITH OGONEK LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH OGONEK LATIN SMALL LETTER Z WITH ACUTE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER C WITH CARON LATIN SMALL LETTER S WITH CEDILLA LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH ACUTE MISCELLEANOUS LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E WITH CARON LATIN CAPITAL LETTER S WITH CEDILLA LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Z WITH DOT ABOVE LATIN SMALL LETTER Z WITH DOT ABOVE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH BREVE LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH BREVE LATIN SMALL LETTER D WITH STROKE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER D WITH STROKE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER D WITH CARON LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E WITH DIAERESIS LATIN SMALL LETTER D WITH CARON LATIN CAPITAL LETTER N WITH CARON LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I WITH ACUTE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I WITH CIRCUMFLEX 73 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 .

Character Settings (Turkey) Hex 20 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 2E 30 Dec 32 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 46 48 # $ % & ' ( ) .MISCELLEANOUS Hex D8 DD DE E0 E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E8 E9 EA EB EC ED EE F8 FB FC FD Dec 216 221 222 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 248 251 252 253 Char ě Ţ Ů Ó ß Ô Ń ń ň Š š Ŕ Ú ŕ Ű ý Ý ţ ° ű Ř ř Unicode 283 354 366 211 223 212 323 324 328 352 353 340 218 341 368 253 221 355 176 369 344 345 EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 ISO/IEC 10646-1:2000 Character Name LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH CARON LATIN CAPITAL LETTER T WITH CEDILLA LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U WITH RING ABOVE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER SHARP S LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN CAPITAL LETTER N WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER N WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER N WITH CARON LATIN CAPITAL LETTER S WITH CARON LATIN SMALL LETTER S WITH CARON LATIN CAPITAL LETTER R WITH ACUTE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER R WITH ACUTE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U WITH DOUBLE ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER Y WITH ACUTE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Y WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER T WITH CEDILLA DEGREE SIGN LATIN SMALL LETTER U WITH DOUBLE ACUTE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER R WITH CARON LATIN SMALL LETTER R WITH CARON Table 28. 0 Char Unicode 32 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 46 48 ISO/IEC 10646-1:2000 Character Name SPACE NUMBER SIGN DOLLAR SIGN PERCENT SIGN AMPERSAND APOSTROPHE LEFT PARENTHESIS RIGHT PARENTHESIS FULL STOP DIGIT ZERO EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 74 .

EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Hex 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 3A 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 4A 4B 4C 4D 4E 4F 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 Dec 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 Char 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 : @ A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Unicode 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 ISO/IEC 10646-1:2000 Character Name DIGIT ONE DIGIT TWO DIGIT THREE DIGIT FOUR DIGIT FIVE DIGIT SIX DIGIT SEVEN DIGIT EIGHT DIGIT NINE COLON COMMERCIAL AT LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A LATIN CAPITAL LETTER B LATIN CAPITAL LETTER C LATIN CAPITAL LETTER D LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E LATIN CAPITAL LETTER F LATIN CAPITAL LETTER G LATIN CAPITAL LETTER H LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I LATIN CAPITAL LETTER J LATIN CAPITAL LETTER K LATIN CAPITAL LETTER L LATIN CAPITAL LETTER M LATIN CAPITAL LETTER N LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O LATIN CAPITAL LETTER P LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Q LATIN CAPITAL LETTER R LATIN CAPITAL LETTER S LATIN CAPITAL LETTER T LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U LATIN CAPITAL LETTER V LATIN CAPITAL LETTER W LATIN CAPITAL LETTER X LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Y MISCELLEANOUS 75 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 .

MISCELLEANOUS Hex 5A 5F 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 6A 6B 6C 6D 6E 6F 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 7A 7E 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 Dec 90 95 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 126 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 Char Z _ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z ~ Ç ü é â ä à å Unicode 90 95 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 126 199 252 233 226 228 224 229 EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 ISO/IEC 10646-1:2000 Character Name LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Z LOW LINE LATIN SMALL LETTER A LATIN SMALL LETTER B LATIN SMALL LETTER C LATIN SMALL LETTER D LATIN SMALL LETTER E LATIN SMALL LETTER F LATIN SMALL LETTER G LATIN SMALL LETTER H LATIN SMALL LETTER I LATIN SMALL LETTER J LATIN SMALL LETTER K LATIN SMALL LETTER L LATIN SMALL LETTER M LATIN SMALL LETTER N LATIN SMALL LETTER O LATIN SMALL LETTER P LATIN SMALL LETTER Q LATIN SMALL LETTER R LATIN SMALL LETTER S LATIN SMALL LETTER T LATIN SMALL LETTER U LATIN SMALL LETTER V LATIN SMALL LETTER W LATIN SMALL LETTER X LATIN SMALL LETTER Y LATIN SMALL LETTER Z TILDE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER C WITH CEDILLA LATIN SMALL LETTER U WITH DIAERESIS LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH DIAERESIS LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH GRAVE LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH RING ABOVE EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 76 .

EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Hex 87 88 89 8A 8B 8C 8D 8E 8F 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 9A 9B 9D 9E 9F A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 B5 B6 B7 Dec 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 181 182 183 Char ç ê ë è ï î ı Ä Å É æ Æ ô ö ò û ù İ Ö Ü ø Ø Ş ş á í ó ú ñ Ñ Ğ ğ ¿ Á Â À Unicode 231 234 235 232 239 238 305 196 197 201 230 198 244 246 242 251 249 304 214 220 248 216 350 351 225 237 243 250 241 209 286 287 191 193 194 192 ISO/IEC 10646-1:2000 Character Name LATIN SMALL LETTER C WITH CEDILLA LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH DIAERESIS LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH GRAVE LATIN SMALL LETTER I WITH DIAERESIS LATIN SMALL LETTER I WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN SMALL LETTER DOTLESS I LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH DIAERESIS LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH RING ABOVE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER AE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER AE LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH DIAERESIS LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH GRAVE LATIN SMALL LETTER U WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN SMALL LETTER U WITH GRAVE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I WITH DOT ABOVE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH DIAERESIS LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U WITH DIAERESIS LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH STROKE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH STROKE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER S WITH CEDILLA LATIN SMALL LETTER S WITH CEDILLA LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER I WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER U WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER N WITH TILDE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER N WITH TILDE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER G WITH BREVE LATIN SMALL LETTER G WITH BREVE INVERTED QUESTION MARK LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH ACUTE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH GRAVE MISCELLEANOUS 77 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 .

MISCELLEANOUS Hex C6 C7 D2 D3 D4 D6 D7 D8 DE E0 E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E9 EA EB EC ED F8 Dec 198 199 210 211 212 214 215 216 222 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 233 234 235 236 237 248 Char ã Ã Ê Ë È Í Î Ï Ì Ó ß Ô Ò õ Õ µ Ú Û Ù ì ÿ ° Unicode 227 195 202 203 200 205 206 207 204 211 223 212 210 245 213 181 218 219 217 236 255 176 EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 ISO/IEC 10646-1:2000 Character Name LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH TILDE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH TILDE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E WITH DIAERESIS LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E WITH GRAVE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I WITH ACUTE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I WITH DIAERESIS LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I WITH GRAVE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER SHARP S LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH GRAVE LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH TILDE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH TILDE MICRO SIGN LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U WITH ACUTE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U WITH GRAVE LATIN SMALL LETTER I WITH GRAVE LATIN SMALL LETTER Y WITH DIAERESIS DEGREE SIGN EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 78 .

Hebrew. 3. The Text Services and Input Languages dialog box displays. In Windows. check Install files for East Asian languages under Supplemental language support. Thai and Vietnamese languages. select the matching country for supporting you with local services such as news and weather. 79 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 . 8. 5.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 Procedure 1. 10. click Start>Settings>Control panel. MISCELLEANOUS 2. repeat steps 1 through 5. The Regional and Language Options dialog box displays. Thai. After confirming by clicking OK or Apply. 7. Double-click Regional and Language Options. and time. The actual input language is selected in Default input language and the corresponding installed services are highlighted in bold under Installed services. If you want to support Japanese. the additional files will be installed on the PC. Chinese and Korean languages. Indic. currencies. After successful installation. dates. 6. If you want to support Arabic. Select the Languages tab. Click Details button. Close the message boxes by clicking OK. Armenian. Make sure that you have the necessary harddisk space indicated in the message boxes displayed. On the Regional Options tab under Standards and formats. and then proceed with step 10. select the language for displaying standards and formats such as format numbers. 9. Georgian. check Install files for complex script and rightto-left languages (including Thai). 4. Under Location.

In Input Language. 13. click the Add button. Check/select optional settings for Keyboard layout/IME. 12. The Add Input Language dialog box displays. Click OK. The new language and its services are added to the Installed Services list and can be selected as default input language.MISCELLEANOUS EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 11. Handwriting recognition and Speech if available and if desired. To add a new input language. in this case Italian. select the language. EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 80 .

16. Check Show the Language bar on the desktop and Show additional Language bar icons in the task bar. select the language. In the Text Services and Input Languages dialog box. In Default input language. The Language Bar Settings dialog box displays. Click OK. and then select the Advanced tab in the Regional and Language Options dialog box. 15. click OK. In the Text Services and Input Languages dialog box. click the Language bar button. These enabled options allow toggling between several language(s) on the desktop and in the taskbar after the customization is finished. 81 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 . in this case Italian.EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 MISCELLEANOUS 14. 17.

19. Click OK to save all settings.MISCELLEANOUS EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 18. in this case Italian. in this case Italian is added to the Language bar. 21. and close the message box. EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 82 . 20. the new language. select the language. After restart. In Language for non-Unicode programs. The Change Regional Options message box displays. The Advanced message box may display. Restart the PC by clicking Yes. Follow the instructions described in the message box.

please refer to the corresponding Online Help and/or PDF documentation. XL-Online respectively in COACH Online. For selecting the language in CARE. 23. 83 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 .EXCEL 50/100/500/600/800 MISCELLEANOUS 22. Check the language in the Language bar. COACH.

20 High Warning Limit. 20 Low Warning Limit. 15 Alarm Hysteresis. 16. 13.INDEX alarms alarm definition. 41 generating a time program. 55 XFL522. 9 flexible data-points. 53 data-points. 56 Output Type. 18. 17. 56 disabling dial-out. 10 assignable to each of 384 data-points. 19 system alarm Totalizer Overflow. 16. 56 Write Protection. 20 Hours Run Log. 43 structure of. 31. 15. 42 daily program. 45 alarm hysteresis. 16. 17 alarms sent across the system bus. 22 Access Level. 55 XFR522A. 16. 45 Manual Value. 46 user program alarms. 25 Interval Count. 17 Pulse Duration. 19 default user addresses. 55 XFR524A. 20. Limit. 31 Motor Run Time. 56 system bus. 17 alarm delay. 9 pseudo data-points. 45 Off Phase. 51 automatic/manual alarms. 20 Maintenance Alarm. 16. 11 mapped data-points. 42 user addresses. 30. 43 weekly program. 32 Sensor Offset. 27. 56 Max. 20. 36 access via. 23 Alarm Status. 22. 55 MODEMFAQ. 10 pseudo analog points. 46. 24. 19 Feedback Delay. 45 pseudo point multistage data-points. 53 time programs. 21. 19 High Alarm Limit. 29. 43 special day list. 11. 27. 13 Active State. 13 Acknowledge Alarm. 28. 18 Delay Time Switching Up. 28. 59 pseudo data-points. 29 Network Variable. 13. 29. 32. 45 specifying a maintenance alarm. 31 Suppress Alarm. 21 alarm status. 31. 29 Switching Down. 35. 20 I/O Characteristic. 16 Trend Cycle. 30 Scaling Factor. 31. 12. 11 remote communication direct modem connection. 42 relationship between user addresses and descriptors. 11. 33 Switch Down. 45 Interval Limit. 36 global data-points. 51 attributes Access. 31 Min. 19 Engineering Unit. 27. 34 Technical Address. 18 Delay Time Switching Down. 11 pseudo totalizer inputs. 11. 27 Maintenance Interval. 13. 16. 28. 45 data storage. 36. 26 Last Maintained. 24. 15 Suppress Point. 30. 35 Trend Hysteresis. 55 XFR524. 45 Alarm Delay. Limit. 28 Normally Open/Normally Closed. 21. 12. 33 Switch-On Counter. 56 remote communication. 36 Trend Logging. 53 Excel IRC. 31 Point in Alarm. 28. 51 point alarms. 19 EN2B-0092GE51 R0510 84 . 56 PC communication. 25 system alarms. 30 XFL524. 17 alarm handling. 53 number of switching points per. 11. 25 Last Change. 20 Hours Run. 33 Status Text. 13. 24 Subtype. 30 initialization. 17. 36 Value. 32 Remote. 23 Cycle Count. 31. 20 Low Alarm Limit. 19. 29 Operating Mode. 33. 56 test mode. 33. 34 physical data-points. 15. 18 Descriptor. 14. 10. 31. 13. 15. 16. 30 XFR522. 41 annual program. 15. 16. 24. 21. 41 TODAY function. 34 Totalizer. 10 Distributed I/O modules. 34 User Address. 45 alarm suppression. 45 pseudo digital points. 56 Broadcast Hysteresis. 16. 50 alarm type. 45 specifying alarm limit values. 37 communication. 18.

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