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RICHARDSON

PROJECTS (PVT.) LTD

NetTroll Installation
Manual
Version 1.7

ThilinaRajapaksha
3/26/2014

[This document includes summarized steps involving in setting up Nortroll conductor mounted fault
indicators in the field and in the control PC. It is important that you go through the User manual of
NorTroll,priorreadingthis.AuthorassumesthatthereaderhasgonethroughNortrollusermanualsand
tosummarizethesettingupthissummaryguideisprepared.]

Contents

Section01:HardwareConfigureofLT110Eur..............................................................................................4
1.1.

EquipmentRequired.....................................................................................................................4

1.2.

SettheDIPSwitchsettingsasyourequired.Pleasecontactifyouneedanyhelp......................4

1.3.

PoweruptheCmT333ICUbyconnectingthebattery.................................................................6

1.4.

Testifthe3/6/9indicatorsworkbeforemounting......................................................................7

1.5.

MounttheDevices(KeepthemONwhenyouconnect,noneedofdisconnectingthem...........7

1.6.

TestthedevicesagainfromtheControlBoxfixedbelowthepole..............................................7

1.7.

Oncethesetupisset,dothefollowingonthe115Collector.......................................................8

1.8.

Indicatorswillrespondasfollows:................................................................................................8

1.9.

Batteryused..................................................................................................................................9

Section02:SoftwareConfigurationofLT110Eur........................................................................................10
2.1.

AddGSMdevices........................................................................................................................10

2.2.

SetthefollowingSettings...........................................................................................................10

2.3.

AddingofFPIintheNetDrawSystem.........................................................................................10

2.4.

SettingDeviceProperties............................................................................................................11

2.5.

ChangingtheInputNames..........................................................................................................13

2.6.

SettingAlarmOption(IntegratingwithNetAlert)......................................................................16

2.7.

SettingAnaloginputProperties:.................................................................................................17

Section03:SIMCriteria..............................................................................................................................18
3.1.

InstallationofNetTrollinWindows7machines........................................................................18

Section04:InstallingLT3100faultindicator...............................................................................................20
4.1

DefaultSettings...........................................................................................................................20

4.2

TestSequence.............................................................................................................................20

4.3

CommandsandResponses.........................................................................................................20

a) SetRecipientNumbers................................................................................................................20
b) OtherCommands........................................................................................................................21
4.4

120GLMmessagemeanings......................................................................................................22

4.5

SettingupinNetTrollsoftware..................................................................................................23

a) AddNode....................................................................................................................................23

b) SettingConfiguration..................................................................................................................23
4.6

Batteriesusedin120GLM..........................................................................................................23

4.7

120GLMfirmwareupdating.......................................................................................................24

4.8

LT3100BatteryReplacement.....................................................................................................25

Section05:NetDraw...................................................................................................................................26
5.1.

AddingSymbolinNetDraw.........................................................................................................26

5.2.

Adding330RTUinNetDraw.......................................................................................................27

5.3.

Adding333ICUinNetDraw........................................................................................................28

Setting up LT110Eur
Section 01: Hardware Configure of LT110Eur

1.1.

Equipment Required.

a. Controlboxincludes
ComTroll115Collector
ComTroll333ICU
SolarPanel
12VDCbattery
SunGuardUnitforprotection.
b. Indicators
LT110Eur

1.2.

Set the DIP Switch settings as you required. Please contact if you need
any help.

BeforeMountingontheconductor:

Aftermounting(andEnergizedtheLine):

When Reset Indicator Yellow LED will blink for 3


minute.
IndicatorsGreenLEDwillBlinkforfewminute.

DependsontheFaultcurrent,Loadcurrentatday
time,nighttime.UsuallywesetforDi/Dtandnot
thethresholdbecauseithashighersensitivitythan
selectingThresholdtodetectfault.

Selecting Threshold was used before the Di/Dt


detecting technique available. Hence its
recommendedtouseDi/DtoverThreshold.

Usually we select Voltage. If the pole has a


anotherline(maybeLVline)connectedbelow,its
recommendedtoselectCurrentastheStart/Stop
criteriatoavoidinducedvoltagescausingerrors.
Select minimum so the Indicator battery will last
long.Usuallyiftheschedulingofrepairstaketime
itsbettertoselectlargertimeasTimerReset.

E.g.: During night if fault occurs and there is no


way to attend to the repair, it will keep on
displaying error until crew goes there. But it will
drainthebatteryfast.
EnableResetonreturnofVoltage/Currentreturn
dependingontheDip4setting.

Select Remote Programming enabled. So we can


program through the Collector without removing
fromtheIndicatorsfromtheline.

1.3.

Power up the CmT 333ICU by connecting the battery.

SettingupofComTroll333ICU
a.
b.
c.

RemovethePowerandconnecttheSIMandFixtheGSMAntenna.
PowerONtheICUbyconnectingthePower.
SettingupoftheMobilePhone
SendaSMStotheICU12340MyPhoneNumberT.Tcanbeanumberfrom19.

NormalResponse
3001T
ErrorResponse
3000T

1.4.

Test if the 3/6/9 indicators work before mounting.

Beforefixingthemonthepolecheckthedevicescommunicationandthetestwearegoingtocarryout
oncethedevicesinstalledinthefield.(RefertestproceduresmentionedunderpointE)

1.5.

Mount the Devices (Keep them ON when you connect, no need of


disconnecting them.

ItsrecommendedtouseafirmConnectingRod,butitseasytodeenergizethelineandmountthem
manuallybyhand.Alsothereisapossibilityofdevicefallingwhenyoutrytomountitusingoperating
Rod.

1.6.

Test the devices again from the Control Box fixed below the pole.

YoucandothisonceallindicatorsaremountedontheLinefromthebelowControlBox.

1.7.

Once the set up is set, do the following on the 115Collector

a. SettheSameDipSwitchSettingasinthefaultIndicator.OnlyDip8mustbekeptatOFF.
b. ResettheCollectorfromtheResetCollectorButton.
c. ResetRemoteButtonhas3functions.

YoucanexecuteFunction1: PresstheResetRemotebuttonfor0.5s2s

YoucanexecuteFunction2: PresstheResetRemotebuttonfor2s4s

YoucanexecuteFunction3: Press the Reset Remote button for more than 4s. We can upload new
settings without changing the dip setting of the Indicators if their
(Indicators)Dip8isatON.

1.8.

Indicators will respond as follows:

Indication
a) The yellow and green LED (on the
indicators)willflashsimultaneously.
b) The yellow and green LED (on the
indicators)willflashalternating.
Pointa)andb)willbeindicatedfor9seconds.
c) ThegreenLEDontheindicatorwillflash.
d) The indicator the yellow LED on the
indicatorwillflash.
Pointc)andd)willbeindicatedfor3minutes.

Conclusion
We can conclude that fault indicator DIP8 is OFF,
theindicatorcannotberemotelyprogrammed.
We can conclude that fault indicator DIP8 is ON,
theindicatorisreadyforremoteprogramming.
Lineisenergized
Lineisdeenergized.Thisiswhatshownwhenwe
resetthedevicesbeforemounting.

1.9.

Battery used

KBB 11 battery for the conductor mounted unit. It


shouldnotbereplacedwithKBB20.

Section 02: Software Configuration of LT110Eur

2.1. Add GSM devices.


RightClickontheGSMdevices>Addnode>followmanual.

2.2. Set the following Settings.

a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

SetGLRnumber(shouldgetanacknowledgementfromdeviceinRed)
SetConfigureNode(ShouldgetanacknowledgementfromdeviceinRed)
SetActiveTimeforRelay(ShouldgetanacknowledgementfromdeviceinRed)
SetHeartBeatInterval(ShouldgetanacknowledgementfromdeviceinRed)
ChangerespectiveDigitalInputsasPhase1,2,3Ok/FAULTandalsoBattery/communication
OK/FAULT.

Note: when giving phone numbers always use +94 instead of 0. Now you can test the devices
throughNetTroll.Asthefirststepwewilladdallthemounteddevicestothesystem.Onceitisdonewe
canaddthemintherespectivelocationintheSingleLineDiagramforVisualindication.

2.3. Adding of FPI in the NetDraw System


1. Draw 3 bmp with size 21 by 21 pixels and save them in the Bitmap folder in the installation
directory.
2. Renameas
a. FPIAA000.bmpNormalStatus
b. FPIAA001.bmpAlarmStatus
c. FPIAA255.bmpUnknownStatus
3. DrawsimilarlyfortheLowBatteryandComm.Fail3symbols
a. LBACF000.bmpNormalStatus(Keepthecolorbackgroundsoitsnotvisibleduringnormal
operation)
b. LBACF001.bmpActiveStatus
c. LBACF255.bmpUnknownStatus
4. OpentheSingleLineDiagramfromNetDrawandaddoneofthebitmaps.Copyandpastethe
remaining2forindicating3phasesinthesingleFeeder.
5. SavethedrawingasthecorrectSubsystem.
6. OpenthedrawingintheNetTroll
7. PressRightClickwhilepressingCtrlandShiftandRightClicktoaddtheICUDigitalInputtothe
symbolsintheNetDraw.

8. CheckwhetherGSMisdisabled.ViewOptionsUntickDisableGSM
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2.4. Setting Device Properties


DoubleClickonthe333ICUthatweareabouttoconfigureSelectAdvanceTab
1. SetGLRnumber(introduceGLRnumbertothefielddevices+94XXXXXXXXX)
2. ConfigureNode
a. AddGLRnumber
b. ConfigureNode
i. EitherbyPhonesendingPassword1EBCDAT
ii. FromSCADAEBCDA(usuallyweput01111butitcanchangeaccordingtoyoursetup)

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3.

SetRelayTimeoutforrelay1to4(ActiveTimeforRelay)

4.

SetHeartBeatIntervalinhours
Setatahighervalueforlessbatteryusage.4digitsareusedalways0072default

5.

ChangePassword

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2.5. Changing the Input Names

Therearebasic2wiringofdigitalinputsbeingdeployedinCEB.
Old(2011)

New(LatestinR2andR3since2012)

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EachDigitalinputin333ICUand330RTUcanberenamedasrequiredtoshowintheNetTrollMainLog.
DoubleClickontheDevice>Advance>Config>ThisDevice>Get>followingwindowwillappear

Note1:Ifdoingforaparticulardeviceforthefirsttime,thenselectThisdevicetype.
Note2:Onceonedevicesdigitalinputsarecorrectlyconfiguredyoucouldcopytheinputnamingand
alarmsettingbyselectingAnotherdeviceandselectthedeviceyouwanttocopysettingfrom.BUT
notebasicsetting(SetGLR,confignode,etc)hastobedoneonceaddedmanually.
Makesureyourenamethecorrectdigitalinputbylookingatthewiringdiagramofthecommunication
device.
Olddevicesinputshastobenamedas
OldWiring
Digitalinput1=Phase1
Digitalinput2=Phase2
Digitalinput3=Phase3
Digitalinput4=battery/Communicationfail

NewWiring
Digitalinput5=Phase1
Digitalinput4=Phase2
Digitalinput8=Phase3
Digitalinput6=battery/Communicationfail

Battery/Communicationfailalarmcouldcomedueto
1. LossofradiocommunicationbetweenCmT115collectorandLT110EurfaultIndicator
2. LowbatteryoftheLT110Eurfaultindicator.

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Eachdigitalinputmustbecorrectlyassignedtoavoid,anyconfusionandmisinterpretation.

Alarmsettingforfault

Alarmsettingforphaseok

RTUOKmessagealarmSetting

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2.6. Setting Alarm Option (Integrating with NetAlert)

a. GotoView>AlarmOption>SetAlarmwhenuserlogin
b. GotoeachalarmsandsetAlarm

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2.7. Setting Analog input Properties:


All four Analog inputs can be set up to
accommodate
following
ranges
individually
a.
b.

010V
420mA

Allinputshave10bitresolution
Rawvaluecanbeintherangeof01024.
ICU sends the raw values and must be
converted into unit matching the
measured value in NetTroll. Following are
basedonNetTroll4.0.
a.
b.

GotoAdvancedMenu.
PressSCALEbutton

Example
Primary Secondary
0250A 010V
DipSwitches:
No1,No2:SETtoOFF

Note: If Secondary is measuring Current


Dip3,4issettoON.Butinyoursetupwe
aremeasuringVoltage.
SettingAnalogchannelsarenumberednot
inthewayitsshown.Seethefigurebelow.

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Section 03: SIM Criteria

1. Tofindthetypeofsubscriptionthatismosteconomicandsuitableforyoursystem,please
contactyourlocalnetworkserviceprovider.
2. Wedonotrecommendusingprepaidsubscriptions.
3. Voiceservicesshouldnotbeavailable.
4. GSMdata(CSD)enabledandSMS.
5. CLIP(CallerID)mustbeenabled.
6. AllPINcodesmustbedeactivatedbeforeinstallation.SomeserviceprovidersofferSIMcards
wherethePINcodesaredeactivatedwhenyoureceivethem.

7.
8.
9.
10.

3.1.

HowtoDeactivatethePIN;
IftheSIMcardhasthePINcodeactive,itmustbedeactivatede.g.byinsertingitinamobile
phonefirst.
ThebatteriesshouldbedisconnectedbeforetheSIMcardisinserted.
Wesuggestthatalabelmaybeattachedonthebracketwherethetelephonenumberisvisible
fromtheoutside.
IfaGLMisprogrammedwithoutusingthecountrycode,andtheGSMnetworkaddthecountry
code,Nettrollwillnotrecognizethemessage.Therefore,countrycodeshouldalwaysbeused
whenprogrammingGSMunitsinNetTroll.

Installation of NetTroll in Windows 7 machines

YoucannotruntheLNSona64bitplatform.Youneed32bitinordertomakethePCLTAcardwork.
Echelonhasunfortunatelynotcomeupwithsupportfor64bitoperatingsystem.
DonotinstalltheNetTrollprograminthedefaultcatalog(c:\programfiles\....)asthiswillmakechanges
difficult.
TherearesomerestrictionsinaccessontheProgramFilescatalogs.InstallNetTrollinc:\Nortroll\....
instead.

Theordershouldbeasfollows:

1:InstallthedriverforthePCLTAcardbeforeinstallingthecardphysicallyinthecomputer.
2:SwitchPCOFFandinstallthecard.
3:PowerthePCup.Itshouldnowdetectthecardandstartinstallingit.Thiscantakeseveralminuteso
pleasebepatient.
4:RestartthePCwhenthedriver/cardisproperlyinstalled.
5:InstalltheLNS(YoucanusethedefaultcatalogsfortheLNS
6:RestartthePC
7:InstallNetTroll
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PleasemakeabackupoftheolddatabasebeforeyouscraptheoldPC.Thiscanbeimportedintothe
newPCassoonasNetTrollrunsagain.

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Section 04: Installing LT3100 fault indicator

4.1

Default Settings
Itisnotnecessarytosetupanythingexceptforthereceivingtelephonenumber. Changingthedefaultsettingsand
programmingthereceivertelephonenumberaredoneduringinstallationinNetTroll.Alternatively,amobilephone
canbeusedtomanuallysendtheconfigurationsettingsinSMSmessages.
a.Heartbeatinterval
Default:144h
b.Pollinginterval
Default:24h
c.Password
Default:kgsm
d.Receiversphonenumber.Default:N/A

YoushouldthereforeconnectthebatteriesoftheindicatorbeforetheGSMmoduleispoweredupandconnectedto
theLineTroll.

4.2

Test Sequence
YoushouldthereforeconnectthebatteriesoftheindicatorbeforetheGSMmoduleispoweredupandconnectedto
theLineTroll.

4.3

Commands and Responses

Thepasswordisnotcasesensitive
TIDisaTransactionIDthatisarunningnumberbetween1and9assignedbythetransmitter.

a)

Set Recipient Numbers

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b)

Other Commands

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4.4

120 GLM message meanings

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4.5

Setting up in NetTroll software

CheckiftheGSMdevicesareenabledinOptions>Generals
a)

Add Node

b)

Setting Configuration

Clickonthenameofthedeviceandgototheadvancedtabinthe
DeviceControl.
SetReceiverPhoneNumber:
TheComTroll120GLMmustbetoldwheretosenditsalarms.Thereceiver
phonenumberinaNetTrollinstallationisalwaystheGSMLonRouter(GLR)
number

4.6

Batteries used in 120 GLM


.

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KBB11batteryfortheconductormountedunit.ItshouldnotbereplacedwithKBB20.
KBB 20 is used to power GSM modem since it can deliver pulsating current up to 2A GSM modem is
poweringup

4.7

120 GLM firmware updating

Specialtoolhastobeusedinfirmware
updatingin120GLM.Toolisshownbelow.

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4.8

LT 3100 Battery Replacement

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Section 05: NetDraw

5.1.

Adding Symbol in NetDraw

Item
LT3100
CmT333ICU
CmT330RTU

Procedure
Digital16state>Indication:I/Ostatus.
Digital2state>IndicationDigitalInputX
SwitchstatusandRem/Off/Loc>Digital4state
Digitalinputs>Digital2state.

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5.2.

Adding 330 RTU in NetDraw

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5.3.

Adding 333 ICU in NetDraw

1. Draw 3 bmp with size 21 by 21 pixels and save them in the Bitmap folder in the installation
directory.
2. Renameas
a. FPIAA000.bmpNormalStatus
b. FPIAA001.bmpAlarmStatus
c. FPIAA255.bmpUnknownStatus
3. DrawsimilarlyfortheLowBatteryandComm.Fail3symbols
a. LBACF000.bmp Normal Status (Keep the color background so its not visible during
normaloperation)
b. LBACF001.bmpActiveStatus
c. LBACF255.bmpUnknownStatus
4. OpentheSingleLineDiagramfromNetDrawandaddoneofthebitmaps.Copyandpastethe
remaining2forindicating3phasesinthesingleFeeder.
5. SavethedrawingasthecorrectSubsystem.
6. OpenthedrawingintheNetTroll
7. PressRightClickwhilepressingCtrlandShiftandRightClicktoaddtheICUDigitalInputtothe
symbolsintheNetDraw.

8. CheckwhetherGSMisdisabled.ViewOptionsUntickDisableGSM

Note:PleasereferNetDrawusermanualforfurtherinformation

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