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857 RAA/RAD RTD Scanner

Bulletin 857
User Manual

Important User
Information

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1

Overview

General .................................................................................... 1-1

Chapter 2

Layout

857-RAA RTD Input Module ..................................................2-1
875-RAD RTD Input Module with mA Input/Output ............. 2-2

Chapter 3

Application

857-RAA ................................................................................ 3-1
857-RAD ................................................................................ 3-2
Communication Settings ......................................................... 3-3

Chapter 4

Wiring Configurations RTD Connections .................................................................. 4-1
Current Inputs/Outputs ........................................................... 4-2
Thermistor (PTC) Connections ............................................... 4-2

Chapter 5

Configurations

Connecting Bulletin 857 Relay to PC ..................................... 5-1
Setup Procedure for Connection to 857-RAA RTD Scanner ..... 5-2
857-RAA settings ............................................................. 5-2
Base Relay settings for 857-RAA .................................... 5-2
External I/O configuration for 857-RAA ......................... 5-3
RTD Inputs – Quick Setup for 857-RAA ......................... 5-5
Setup Procedure for Connection to 857-RAD RTD Scanner ..... 5-7
857-RAD RTD Scanner Initial Hardware Setup .............. 5-7
Relay settings for the 857-RAD ....................................... 5-7
External I/O configuration for 857-RAD ......................... 5-8
RTD Inputs – Quick Setup for 857-RAD ....................... 5-10
External Analog Inputs for 857-RAD ............................ 5-13
Scaling for RTD settings ................................................ 5-16
External Analog Outputs for 857-RAD ......................... 5-18
Troubleshooting .................................................................... 5-22

Chapter 6

Technical Data

General ...................................................................................
RTD Inputs .......................................................................
mA Inputs .........................................................................
mA Outputs ......................................................................
PTC Inputs .......................................................................
Connections ............................................................................
Measuring Circuitry .........................................................
Auxiliary Voltage .............................................................
Glass Fiber Connection ....................................................

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Chapter 6

Technical Data (cont.) Tests and Environmental Conditions ...................................... 6-4
Disturbance Tests .............................................................
Test Voltage .....................................................................
Environmental Conditions ................................................
Casing ...............................................................................

Chapter 7

Construction and
Mounting

Appendix A DIP Switch Settings

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DIN Rail Mounting ................................................................ 7-1
Wall Mounting ........................................................................ 7-2

Configuration – 857-RAD .................................................... A-1

via SetPointPS. This user manual will allow the end user to install.  857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 . the 857-RAA uses on fiber optic cable (only TX) while the 857-RAD uses a dual fiber optic cable configuration (TX and RX). The RTD scanners can also be mounted remotely up to 2000m from the base 857 relay. The 857-RAD enhanced scanner also provides support for a PTC (thermistor) input along with four (4) programmable 0-25 mA current input channels and four (4) programmable 0-25 mA current output channels.Chapter 1 Overview General The Allen-Bradley Bulletin 857-RAA and 857-RAD are both 12 channel RTD scanners. all the required setting values for either of these RTD scanners. Both the 857-RAA and 857-RAD are connected to the Bulletin 857 relay via ST-type glass fiber optic cables. wire and program the Bulletin 857 relay.

1-2 Overview 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 .

Grounded metal enclosure Glass fiber Tx communication Not used on this model RTD inputs (12 channels. 2. 3-wire connection + shield / channel) Power connector and earthing connection DIN Rail mounting 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 . 3.Chapter 2 Layout 857-RAA RTD Input Module Figure 2.1 – 857-RAA RTD Input Module Layout 1. 6. 5. 4.

3-wire connection + shield / channel) Power connector and earthing connection PTC input (2-wire connection) Four mA inputs / four mA outputs (2-wire connection /channel) DIN Rail mounting . 11. 4. 10. 5.2-2 Layout 857-RAD RTD Input Module with mA inputs/outputs Figure 2. 7. 2. 6. 8. 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 Grounded metal enclosure Glass Fiber Rx communication Glass Fiber Tx communication Not used on this model Not used on this model Address DIP switch RTD inputs (12 channels. 3.2 – 857-RAD RTD input module layout 1. 9.

Connector type: ST 857-RAA fiber Tx 857-RAA assembled onto the wall or DIN rail * For detailed mounting instructions.Diameter: 62.Chapter 3 Application 857-RAA Single glass fiber application with Bulletin 857-RAA Fiber optic interface module mounted to the option module slot 1 or 2 of Bulletin 857 * Multimode fiber optic cable .5 /125μm . refer to the Bulletin 857 User Manual.1 – Single Glass Fiber connection Between the 857-RAA and the 857 relay 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 . Figure 3.

Diameter: 62.3-2 Application 857-RAD Dual glass fiber application with Bulletin 857-RAD Multimode fiber optic cable .2 – Dual Glass Fiber connections Between the 857-RAD and the 857 relay 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 .5 /125μm .Connector type: ST fiber Rx 857-RAD assembled onto the wall or DIN rail fiber Tx * For detailed connecting instructions. refer to the Bulletin 857 User Manual Figure 3.

Position ON OFF Function Selected single address bit is set to 1.3 – DIP switches NOTE: The switch position is ON when the switch is turned DOWNWARDS. Selected single address bit is set to 0. LE:1. X Default Setting A. Light is off when there is no data being sent. Address Switch The address switch is meant for selecting the slave address for the 857-RAD module. Light Switch: 857-RAD Optical Fiber Communication Setup Position ON OFF X Function Light is on when there is no data being sent. X Default Setting LE:2.Application Communication Settings 3-3 857-RAD DIP-Switches The purpose of the DIP switches on the 857-RAD RTD module is to allow the user to configure communication settings required by the application. Echo Switch:857-RAD Optical Fiber Communication Setup (Application: Multi-slave Chain/Ring Topology Setup) Position ON OFF X Function 857-RAD echoes the data received to the next device in the chain. The slave address must match the setting in the base relay. 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 . 857-RAD does not echo to the next device in the chain. LE T A Figure 3.

Example: The address switch represents the RTDs address in its binary notation. it is very important to notice that Modbus protocol’s requirements restrict the use of addresses 0 and others larger than 247 (decimal base).3-4 Application The address switch has a total of 8 single switches. Address Switch OFF ON 1 2 5 (decimal) = 00000101 (binary) (switch setting 1-8)=10100000 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 3 4 5 6 7 8 . Their combination provides the user with an address space of 256 addresses (0-255). However.

Typical Recommended RTD Cable type Shielded non-paired control and instrumentation cable (e.Chapter 4 Wiring Configurations RTD Connections RTD connections are the same for all versions of the RTD Scanners.g. Belden 8771) 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 . Figure 4.1 – Connections of RTDs. Figure 4.1 shows the proper way to connect RTDs.

... mA inputs . Recommended RTD Cable type Shielded non-paired control and instrumentation cable (e.g. + - mA outputs Figure 4... + .| + .. Belden 8771) Thermistor (PTC) Connections + - PTC input Figure 4...1.2 – 857-RAD mA Input and mA Output Connection Cables The RTD channel number for each terminal connection is viewed from the top of the RTD scanner per the view in Figure 4.4-2 Wiring Configurations Current Inputs/Outputs + . Belden 8771) 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 .3 – 857-RAD PTC Connection Locations Recommended RTD Cable type Shielded non-paired control and instrumentation cable (e....g.

For more information about communication between Bulletin 857 relay and a PC. There are different hardware and setup configuration requirements depending on the model of the RTD scanner used. Connecting Bulletin 857 relay to PC Connect cable 857-VX003-3 to relay’s front panel (see Figure 5. refer to the user manual 857-UM001_-EN-P and the software user manual 857-PM001_-EN-P. Figure 5. 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 . this manual has been divided into specific sections for the set up of either the 857-RAA or 857-RAD.1 – Connecting Cable 857-VX003/3 to the relay’s front port For the external I/O settings of the relay NOTE: Many newer PCs do not have a serial port. Rockwell Automation recommends the use of a Bulletin 9300-USBS USB to Serial Port Adapter Kit.1). A suitable USB to serial port converter should be used.Chapter 5 Configurations This chapter describes the configurations required to correctly set up a Bulletin 857 relay and one of the two optional RTD scanner modules available. To aid the user in setting the base relay for use with either the 857RAA or 857-RAD.

Insure the extension port protocol is set to ‘External I/O’. click on the text at the right side of the first line and a drop down list will appear.2).3) NOTE: If a parameter is changed. Select ‘External I/O’ from that list. This is a visual indicator that a change has been made and this data must be uploaded into the base relay. Once saved to the relay. refer to the ‘Extension Port’ area. NOTE: The unit Bulletin 857 must be equipped with suitable optical interface module to receive data from the module. in will be highlighted in red by the SetPointPS Software.2 – Location of Protocol Configuration in SetPoint PS tree Once in this section. there are no hardware settings required on the 857RAA RTD scanner module. the relay may request a reboot (restart). 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 . Base Relay settings for 857-RAA Protocol configuration for connecting the 857-RAA In SetPointPS.5-2 Configurations Setup Procedure for connection to the 857-RAA RTD Scanner 857-RAA settings If the 857-RAA RTD scanner module is connected to the Bulletin 857 relay by way of a single fiber optic cable interface module (VCM RTD). If it is not. (Figure 5. Figure 5. go to the ’Protocol Configuration‘section (Figure 5.

4 – Location of External I/O Configuration in SetPointPS Programming tree 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 .3 – Communication Options & Extension Port Configuration External I/O configuration for 857-RAA Find the ‘External I/O Configuration’ within the Protocol Configuration menu tree in SetPointPS (Figure 5. You must insure the appropriate External Input Device and External Input Protocol are selected.4). Figure 5.Configurations 5-3 Figure 5.

5) Next. (Figure 5. Table 5. in will be highlighted in red by the SetPointPS Software.A – External Analog Input Settings Parameter Value(s) External I/O Device Type 857-RAA External I/O Protocol  RTD input External I/O bit rate  9600 Parity  Even  After changing this parameter the relay needs to be rebooted. Click on the text at the right side of the first line and a drop down list will appear. This can be done using SetPointPS or by cycling power the 857 base relay.A shows the input settings that must be used for the 857-RAA NOTE: If a parameter is changed. This is a visual indicator that a change has been made and this data must be uploaded into the base relay. Select ‘RTDinput’ from that list.5-4 Configurations Within this section you must select the appropriate External I/O Device. insure the External I/O Protocol is set to ‘RTDinput’.5) The External I/O Bit Rate should be set to 9600 bits per second (bps) and the Data Parity is always Even. Figure 5. click on the text at the right side of this line and a drop down list will appear. Select ‘857-RAA’ from that list. 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 .5 – External I/O Configuration – Menu Table 5. the relay may request a reboot (restart) depending on the setting changed. (Figure 5. If it is not. Once saved to the relay.

for each individual channel. Turn ON or OFF each individual channel. Ni120. Hit enter on your keyboard.. o Select the RTD Function for each channel by clicking on the appropriate location under the RTD Sensor Function area. This is a visual indicator that a change has been made and this data must be uploaded into the base relay.. Hit enter on your keyboard. Select from. o Select the RTD type for each channel by clicking on the appropriate location under the RTD Sensor Type area. Key in the Celsius degrees for the Alarm level. Ni100. WindingG. Cu10 Other. in will be highlighted in red by the SetPointPS Software.B shows the different setting that can be adjusted within the RTD Input-Quick Setup field in SetPointPS NOTE: If a parameter is changed. Ambient.Quick Setup (Figure 5. You must follow the following steps for setting up each channel you wish to use. Once saved to the relay.6). o Enable the channel by clicking on the appropriate location under the AI Enabled area. Table 5. o Select the RTD Alarm Limit for each channel by clicking on the appropriate location under the RTD Alarm > area. for each individual channel. Pt100. Key in the Celsius degrees for the Trip level.Configurations RTD Inputs. o Select the RTD Trip Limit for each channel by clicking on the appropriate location under the RTD Trip >> area. the relay may request a reboot (restart) depending on the setting changed 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 . you will find RTD Inputs. Select from. This interface makes individual RTD channel setup quick and simple. BearingG. Other.Quick Setup 5-5 In the External I/O Configuration. Off.

5-6 Configurations . Ni120. Pt100. in will be highlighted in red by the SetPointPS Software.B – RTD Inputs • Quick Setup Parameters Parameter Value(s) AI Enabled On / Off RTD Ch Not editable RTD Sensor Type Other.. Ni100. This is a visual indicator that a change has been made and this data must be uploaded into the base relay. Cu10 RTD Sensor Function Off. Once saved to the relay.. the relay may request a reboot (restart) depending on the setting changed. Ambient.. 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 .Quick Setup Table 5. all these new setting values must be upload into the relay using the depressing the Write All Settings to the Device icon within the SetPointPS software interface. Figure 5. (Refer to the software user manual 857-PM001_-EN-P) NOTE: If a parameter is changed. Alarm Limit  User defined Trip Limit  User defined  Unit: Celsius Once all the settings for the 857-RAA have been completed.6 – RTD Inputs. Other. BearingG. WindingG.

The module's address must be set with the DIP switches on the side of the device. NOTE: The unit Bulletin 857 relay must be equipped with a dual channel optical interface module (VCM FIBER) to receive data from the module. go to the “Protocol Configuration” section (Figure 5. in the ‘Remote Port’ section. Relay settings for the 857-RAD Protocol configuration for 857-RAA In SetPointPS. (Figure 5. Figure 5. you must.7).7 – Location of Protocol Configuration in SetPoint PS tree Once in the ‘Protocol Configuration’ section. The baud rate is fixed at 9600b/s.Configurations 5-7 Setup Procedure for connection to the 857-RAD RTD Scanner 857-RAD RTD Scanner Initial Hardware Setup 857-RAD Hardware Addressing The 857-RAD communicates to the base relay using a modbus protocol over dual fiber optic cables. with even parity. Refer to the side and top of the 857-RAD enclosure for switch position.3) 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 . The available address range is 1 – 247. change the extension port protocol to ‘External I/O’.

Figure 5.9) and select the protocol to be used according to the connection method of the RTD.8– Communication Options & Remote Port Configuration External I/O configuration for 857-RAD Find the “External I/O Configuration” within the Protocol Configuration menu tree in SetPointPS (Figure 5.5-8 Configurations Figure 5.9 – Location of External I/O Configuration in SetPointPS Programming Tree 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 .

10) Next. Once saved to the relay. Figure 5. Select ‘ModBus from that list.Configurations 5-9 Within this section you must select the appropriate External I/O Device. in will be highlighted in red by the SetPointPS Software. Table 5. click on the text at the right side of this line and a drop down list will appear. (Figure 5. the relay may request a reboot (restart) depending on the setting changed.11) 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 . Select ‘857-RAD’ from that list.C shows the input settings that must be used for the 857-RAD NOTE: If a parameter is changed. This is a visual indicator that a change has been made and this data must be uploaded into the base relay.10 – Location of External I/O Configuration in SetPointPS Programming tree When the configuration is correct the 857 relay will acknowledge the connection of the 857-RAD and the SetPointPS should display the details of the connection at the lower portion of the External I/O Configuration screen. Click on the text at the right side of the first line and a drop down list will appear. If it is not.10) The External I/O Bit Rate should be set to 9600 bits per second (bps) and the Data Parity is always Even. insure the External I/O Protocol is set to ‘ModBus’. (See Figure 5. (Figure 5.

Select from. for each individual channel. Turn ON or OFF each individual channel. o Enable the channel by clicking on the appropriate location under the AI Enabled area.Quick Setup for 857-RAD In the External I/O Configuration. for each individual channel. Cu10 Other.12). you will find RTD Inputs. o Select the RTD type for each channel by clicking on the appropriate location under the RTD Sensor Type area. You must follow the following steps for setting up each channel you wish to use. Pt100. 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 . o Select the RTD Alarm Limit for each channel by clicking on the appropriate location under the RTD Alarm > area. Ambient.Quick Setup (Figure 5.11 – External I/O Configuration in SetPointPS Programming treeDetected Modules RTD Inputs. Ni100. Other.. Ni120. This interface makes individual RTD channel setup quick and simple. Select from. WindingG. BearingG.5-10 Configurations Figure 5. Off. Hit enter on your keyboard. o Select the RTD Function for each channel by clicking on the appropriate location under the RTD Sensor Function area. Key in the Celsius degrees for the Alarm level..

the relay may request a reboot (restart) depending on the setting changed.Quick Setup 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 .C shows the different setting that can be adjusted within the RTD Input-Quick Setup field in SetPointPS NOTE: If a parameter is changed. Once saved to the relay. Table 5. in will be highlighted in red by the SetPointPS Software. Hit enter on your keyboard. Key in the Celsius degrees for the Trip level.12 – RTD Inputs.Configurations o 5-11 Select the RTD Trip Limit for each channel by clicking on the appropriate location under the RTD Trip >> area. This is a visual indicator that a change has been made and this data must be uploaded into the base relay. Figure 5.

WindingG. (Refer to the software user manual 857-PM001_-EN-P) NOTE: If a parameter is changed.13 – RTD Inputs. This is a visual indicator that a change has been made and this data must be uploaded into the base relay. BearingG. Figure 5.. in will be highlighted in red by the SetPointPS Software. the relay may request a reboot (restart) depending on the setting changed. Alarm Limit  User defined Trip Limit  User defined  Unit: Celsius Once all the settings for the 857-RAD have been completed.Quick Setup 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 .C – RTD Inputs • Quick Setup Parameters Parameter Value(s) AI Enabled On / Off RTD Ch Not editable RTD Sensor Type Other. Pt100. Cu10 RTD Sensor Function Off.5-12 Configurations Table 5.. Ni120. Once saved to the relay. Ambient.. Ni100. all these new setting values must be upload into the relay using the depressing the Write All Settings to the Device icon within the SetPointPS software interface. Other.

Analog Input Settings Find the “External Analog Inputs” menu of the relay within the SetPointPS programming tree (Figure 5.14 – Location of External Analog Inputs in SetPointPS Programming Tree In the External Analog Inputs tab within the SetPointPS programming tree.Configurations 5-13 External Analog Inputs for 857-RAD The 857-RAD is equipped with four (4) individual isolated analog inputs. o o Enable the analog input channel by clicking on the appropriate location under the AI Enabled area.you do not need to adjust these if you have followed the Quick RTD Setup procedure above. If used. you will find all of the analog input settings within the quick setup screen. Figure 5. 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 . Turn ON or OFF each individual channel. (Included in this list are the 12 channels associated with the RTD Inputs.(These will be the last four lines of the table) AI Slave Address should match the hardware selection made on the dip switch on the side of the 857-RAD module.14). these inputs must be configured within the base relay for proper operations. Not all fields need to be changed. You must follow the following steps for setting up each analog input channel you wish to use.16). This interface makes individual analog input channel setup quick and simple. NOTE: Some of the parameters are preset by the hardware configuration. refer to Figure 5.

(The other units listed in the drop list are not presently available). 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 . Figure 5. Y1. X1 and X2 are the minimum and maximum modbus values.15 – X1. AI Signed should be left as OFF. “AI Unit”. This is done when the relationship between the parameters are in factors of 10. Select. “AI Signed”. “AI Register Type” . For other uses please contact Rockwell Automation.D for the valid values for the parameters “AI Enabled”. This is normally left at 0.15) The main purpose for these scaling factors is to shift the measured value’s decimal point to either left or right so that accuracy of the measurement is decreased or increased respectively. AI Offset is subtracted from Modbus value. Y1 and Y2 are the minimum and maximum scaled values. mA. “AI Slave Address”. X2. Y1 and Y2 ranges setting that can be adjusted within the External Analog Input-Quick Setup field in SetPointPS. Y2 Scaling Refer to Table 5. Refer to 857-PM001_-EN-P for further details regarding scaling. “AI Offset” and the X1. before running X/Y scaling. “AI Modbus Address”.(see Figure 5.5-14 Configurations o o o o o o Select the units of measure for each channel by clicking on the appropriate location under the AI Unit area. X2.

the AI Slave Address. Settable value (-32000 thru 32000) Used to adjust the measured value throughout the range. y1. AI Modbus Address. 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 .16 – External Analog Inputs Settings in the Relay Table 5. Relay sets these according to the selected device type.Configurations 5-15 Figure 5. X1 and X2 are the minimum and maximum modbus values. HoldingR InputR On Off Modbus RTU register type. y2 Value Explanation On Particular AI enabled Off Particular AI disabled Settable value (1 – 247) Address of the 857-RAD (address set with DIP switches) Value (1 – 9999) Modbus RTU registers. Settable value (-32768 thru 32768) Scaling values. Y1 and Y2 are the minimum and maximum values Note: When External I/O-protocol selection is RTDinput. AI Register Type and AI Signed can be left to their default values.D – External Analog Input Settings Parameter AI Enabled AI Slave Address AI Modbus Address AI Register Type AI Signed AI Offset x1. x2. Relay sets these according to the selected device type. Relay sets these according to the selected device type.

Table 5. “x1”. listed in Table 6E are the supported values for the parameters. “y1” and “y2”. If however. “AI Offset”. “x2”.E – Scaling Values for each supported RTD type 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 AI Offset X1 Y1 X2 Y2 Pt100 0 10000 0 13850 100 Ni100 0 10000 0 16180 100 Ni120 0 12000 0 20064 100 Cu10 0 904 0 1290 100 .5-16 Configurations Scaling for RTD settings When the RTDs are set up using the RTD Inputs. these where modified by mistake.Quick Setup you should not need to adjust any of the analog input scaling factors for them.

Configurations 5-17 Table 5.F – 857-RAA/RAD External I/O Registers Modbus Register Properties RTD1’s resistance 301 Read RTD2’s resistance 302 Read RTD3’s resistance 303 Read RTD4’s resistance 304 Read RTD5’s resistance 305 Read RTD6’s resistance 306 Read RTD7’s resistance 307 Read RTD8’s resistance 308 Read RTD9’s resistance 309 Read RTD10’s resistance 310 Read RTD11’s resistance 311 Read RTD12’s resistance 312 Read mA-input 1  313 Read mA-input 2  314 Read mA-input 3  315 Read mA-input 4  316 Read PTC-resistance  317 Read mA-output 1  318 Read / Write mA-output 2  319 Read / Write mA-output 3  320 Read / Write mA-output 4  321 Read / Write  857-RAD only 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 .

these outputs must be configured within the base relay for proper operations. Only the first four (4) are currently supported. o o o 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 Enable the analog output channel by clicking on the appropriate location under the AO Enabled area.17 – Location of External Analog Outputs in SetPointPS Programming Tree In the External Analog Output tab within the SetPointPS programming tree. Set the maximum value of current output required in the mA Max column for each output channel. NOTE: Some of the parameters are preset by the hardware configuration. There are 16 possible analog output channels. (Maximum value is 20) . you will find all of the analog output settings within the quick setup screen. Analog Output Settings Find the “External Analog Output” within the menu of the relay with SetPointPS programming tree (Figure 5. If used. You must follow the following steps for setting up each analog output channel you wish to use. They are number 1 to 4 from the top) Set the minimum value of current output required in the mA Min column for each output channel.(These will be the first four lines of the table. Figure 5. Turn ON or OFF each individual channel.17).5-18 Configurations External Analog Outputs for 857-RAD The 857-RAD is equipped with four (4) individual isolated analog outputs. Not all fields need to be changed.

The modbus Max = mA Max X 1000. Max setting allows for the scaling of the maximum value of output current (in mA) to the linked parameter.Configurations o o o o o o o o 5-19 The user can define the relationship of each channel by selecting the linkage to an analog value measured in the relay. The Linked Val. The Modbus Max setting is the maximum modbus register value. It is typically the same value as the mA Min value.18b – External Analog Outputs • Settings 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 . AO Slave Address should match the hardware selection made on the dip switch on the side of the 857-RAD module. The AO Modbus Address is set for each channel in accordance to the associated modbus registers values. Figure 5.18a – External Analog Outputs • Settings Figure 5. (Refer to Table 5. Min setting allows for the scaling of the minimum value of output current (in mA) to the linked parameter. Address.F). The Linked Val. There are over 30 different selections provided in a drop down box. The Modbus Min setting is the maximum modbus register value. The modbus Min = mA Min value X 1000. The AO Register Type should always be set to HoldingR.

5-20 Configurations Figure 5.18c – External Analog Outputs • Settings 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 .

mA Max = 20 is equal to a Modbus Max = 20000 The relationship between these two parameters is 1:1000 It increments itself if either AO Slave Address or Ao Register Address are not set correctly 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 . meaning that: mA Output 1  Ao Modbus 318 According to the Modbus Protocol a Holding Register is a 16-bit word register which can be read or written. Typical values. Error counter for AO Allows scaling of the mA Output parameter Allows scaling of the mA Output parameter. Value set is related to Modbus Max by a ratio of 1:1000. mA Min = 0 is equal to a Modbus Min = 0 The relationship between these two parameters is 1:1000 Typical values. Typical Value : 20 mA or 25 mA (maximum) This parameter directly linked to the mA output parameters. Value must match the hardware Address as defined by the switches on the 857-RAD Although there are 16 locations available only 4 can be assigned (857-RAD).G for a more detailed explanation on the values that can be assigned to the parameters under this menu.G – 857-RAD External Analog Outputs Parameter Setup Value Explanation Notes AO Enabled ON OFF mA Output 0-20 Analog output enabled Analog output not enabled Analog output current in mA Depends on the values set for the parameters mA Min. Min See ‘Notes’ Linked Val. Addresses are by default numbered from 1 to 16. mA Max. However the address value must be set according to the modbus registers values. Typical Value : 0 mA Depends on the values set for the parameters: Linked Val. This is the maximum value which is sent to the 857RAD via Modbus protocol in order to set the maximum value for the mA Max parameter. Min and Min Modbus. A selection between 30 different measurements is available. Parameter mA Min Value is user defined mA Max Value is user defined AO Link See ‘Notes’ Linked Val. Linked Val. Table 5. Max and Max Modbus. Value set is related to Modbus Min by a ratio of 1:1000. Depends on the values set for the parameters: Linked Val. Min/Max and Modbus Min/Max parameters. Max See ‘Notes’ Ao Slave address Ao Modbus address Ao Register type 1-247 See ‘Notes’ HoldingR Modbus Min See ‘Notes’ Modbus Max See ‘Notes’ AO Counter 0… Minimum output current in mA Maximum output current in mA 857’s analog input or measurement relationship AO Link’s user defined Minimum Value AO Link’s user defined maximum value RTD’s Modbus slave address 1  2  3  4  318 319 320 321 Holding register This is the minimum value which is sent to the 857RAD via Modbus protocol in order to set the minimum value for the mA Min parameter.Configurations 5-21 Refer to Table 5.

an alarm can be generated using relay logic. If an RTD sensor is short circuited.g. when using Modbus RTUprotocol then:  Each sensor channel value freezes  AI error counter increases in the External analog inputs menu  Timeout counter increases in the Protocol menu   857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 If the application uses Remote or Extension-communication port. for e. The RTD measured temperatures can be displayed in the External Analog Inputs screen. . a value of -250ºC is returned for the respective sensor channel. inverted Remote.5-22 Configurations Troubleshooting If an RTD sensor is disconnected (open circuited) a value of -200ºC is returned for the respective sensor channel.comm – signal can be used to drive an LED indicator on the front of the relay. If power is lost to the 857-RAA if or if communications between the base relay and the 857-RAA are lost:  Each sensor channel displays a value of -250ºC  Timeout counter increases in the Protocol menu  If power is lost to the 857-RAD if or if communications between the base relay and the 857-RAD is lost.

3  Measuring resolution 0. Ni120. Ni100. Ambient. Winding.10  Measuring time 1 second / all channels (1s mean value) RTD open-circuit detection >450  RTD short-circuit detection <1  RTD sensor function Off. Bearing. Other mA Inputs 857-RAD mA inputs 4 Input range 0 – 25 mA Input accuracy ±1% Input resolution 6 μA (12-bits) Input impedance 100  857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 . Cu10 Measuring range 1 – 400  Measuring accuracy ±0.Chapter 6 Technical Data General RTD Inputs 857-RAA 857-RAD RTD inputs 12 RTD types Pt100.

6-2 Technical Data General (cont. Load / output 750  PTC Input 857-RAD PTC inputs Measuring accuracy Max.) mA Outputs 857-RAD mA outputs 4 Output range 0 – 25 mA Output accuracy ±1% Output resolution 6 μA (12-bits) Galvanic isolation 1000 V Max. Cold Resistance of PTC Sensor 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 1 ±10% (< 10 k:) 650 k: .

75 mm2 copper wire) Terminal block Maximum wire dimensions Phoenix MSTB or equivalent 2. Glass Fiber Connection 857-RAA Fiber type Multimode fiber optic cable Ø 62. Belden 8771) RTD measuring current ~1 mA Maximum wire resistance 50  per lead (corresponds to 2000m at 0. If blinking.g.5 mm2 (13-14 AWG) Normal condition illuminates continuously. please contact Rockwell Automation support.5 mm2 (13-14 AWG) Supply Voltage 857-RAA Rated voltage Power consumption Terminal block Maximum wire dimensions Power Led 857-RAD 24Vdc (optional) 24 – 230 Vac/dc 48-230V ac/dc < 1 W (normal conditions) Phoenix MSTB or equivalent 2.Technical Data Connections 6-3 Measuring Circuitry 857-RAA Cable type 857-RAD Shielded non-paired control and instrumentation cable (e.5 /125 μm Connector type ST Maximum fiber length Number of Cables 857-RAD * 2000 m 1 2 * Uses two fiber optic cables 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 .

Pulse magnetic field .6-4 Technical Data Tests and Environmental Conditions Disturbance Tests 857-RAA Emission (IEC / EN 61000-6-4) . 50 / 60Hz IEC / EN 61000-4-9 1000A / m.Conducted RF .2/50 μs IEC / EN 61000-4-11 Test Voltage Voltage Tests .15 – 80 MHz. Class III 0.Radiated RF . Class III 80 – 2000 MHz. class III 2 kV.Static discharge (ESD) .Fast transients (EFT) . class III 6 kV contact discharge 8 kV air discharge EN 61000-4-4. 10V /m IEC / EN 61000-4-8 100A / m.Power frequency magnetic field .2 / 50 μs .Surge .impulse voltage 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 IEC 61810-1 2kV 1min 5kV 1. 1. 5/50 ns EN 61000-4-5.Conducted (EN 55011 / CISPR 11) .Voltage dips 7 interruptions 857-RAD 0.Emitted (EN 55011 / CISPR 11) Immunity (IEC / EN 61000-6-2) . 10V / m IEC / EN 61000-4-3. class III 1kV differential mode 2kV common mode IEC / EN 61000-4-6.15 .30 MHz 30 .dielectric voltage .1 000 MHz EN 61000-4-2.

7 mm Material 1 mm steel plate Weight About 1 kg (2 lbs) Approvals CE and UL 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 .Technical Data 6-5 Environmental Conditions 857-RAA Operating temperature 857-RAD 0°C .+55°C Enclosure 857-RAA Degree of protection (IEC 60529) (NEMA) Dimensions (W x H x D) 857-RAD IP20 NEMA 1 262.8 x 66.0 x 97.

6-6 Technical Data 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 .

1 – DIN Rail Mounting 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 .Chapter 7 Construction and Mounting DIN-Rail Mounting Figure 7.

2 – Wall Mounting 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 .7-2 Construction and Mounting Wall Mounting Figure 7.

1 – DIP Switch Settings 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 .Appendix A DIP Switch Settings Configuration – 857-RAD Pay attention to the position of the DIP switches marked with . Figure A.

A-2 DIP Switch Settings 857-UM002A-EN-P – July 2011 .

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