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MODULE CELL PROCESSOR MODULE
Front Panel Interface Redundant Network Interface Processor Fault Relay (Watchdog)
Flash and RAM
10/100 Mbit Ethernet
4 Serial Ports
Battery Backed Real Time Clock option
Isolating DC/DC Converter
The Cell processor is the core building block of the XCell product. It supports up to four I/O modules but can operate as a stand-alone module supporting serial communication and software applications. Its functions may include: • I/O Monitoring and Control • IED Interfacing • Control Applications • SCADA Communications • Protocol Conversion Cell processors may be networked using the onboard LAN to provide larger and more powerful systems.
32 Bit Processor, 64 MHz Ethernet Interface 4 Serial Ports 256 physical channel I/O processing capability Designed for substation environment Certified to Power Industry Standards 1 millisecond time Stamping Flexible Communications: - Remote Communications - Local Serial Communications (IED’s) - Local Diagnostics XCell Redundant LAN Interface 20-72V DC Operation No part of this document should be reproduced without the prior approval of Microsol
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NOTE: The A & B markings on RS485 & RS422 may differ on other devices and you may need to experiment with the polarity (i.e. All 4 serial ports can be used for protocol communications. RS422 and RS-485 standards. All 4 ports have an approximate +/-10V supply available for powering external communications devices such as line drivers or line isolators. OFF = 10Mbit) Unused Note: A & B markings may differ on other devices and connections may need to be swapped. Rx and TX LEDs are provided for each serial port and located below the port as shown in the diagram below. Serial ports 1 and 2 can support bit rates of up to 38. Receive Data (RxD). It supports four serial communications ports.CPR-041 Module Description Rev 2.400 baud and serial ports 3 and 4 can support bit rates up to 115. Request to Send (RTS) and Clear to Send (CTS). Each port supports the standard modem signals. The default usage of each port is as follows: Connector 1 Connector 2 Connector 3 Connector 4 Monitor / Flash Download / Workbench Configuration / Protocol 1 Protocol 2 Protocol 3 Protocol 4 Connector 1 (Port 1) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Function RxD TxD GND -10V RTS CTS +10V Connector 2 (Port 2) RS232 / RS485 / RS422 software selectable Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Function RS232 RxD TxD GND -10V RTS CTS +10V Function Note RS485 Function Note RS422 Rx422A+ Tx422BGND -10V Tx422A+ Rx422B+10V TRx485BGND -10V TRx485A+ +10V The diagram below shows the port designations on the CPR-041 front panel. Connector 3 (Port 3) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Function DCD RxD TxD GND -10V RTS CTS +10V Connector 4 (Port 4) Ethernet LEDs Connector 1 Connector 2 RX/Tx LEDs Ports 1 and 2 Connector 3 Connector4 RX/Tx LEDs Ports 3 and 4 RS232 / RS485 / RS422 software selectable Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Function RS232 DCD / RxClk_In RxD TxD TxClk_In GND -10V RTS CTS +10V Function Note RS485 Function Note RS422 TRx485BGND -10V TRx485A+ +10V Rx422A+ Tx422BGND -10V Tx422A+ Rx422B+10V CPRFigure 1 .10V DC supply is provided on each of the serial ports. port 1 is usually reserved for diagnostics and configuration. each utilizing an industry standard 9-way D-type connector. particular care must be taken when making external connections to these pins.1 Communications Interfaces The CPR-041 Cell Processor Module has excellent communications capabilities. The connections are summarized in the tables to the right. however.5V DC and a total of 40mA at -10V DC with over-current protection. NOTE: As a +/. Data Carrier Detected (DCD) is also supported on Ports 3 and 4. reverse the wires) to get the link to operate.CPR-041 Communications Ports Page 2 of 18 Note: A & B markings may differ on other devices and connections may need to be swapped.200 bits per second. plus a 10/100 Base-T Ethernet port utilizing a standard RJ-45 connector. All ports combined can provide a total of 100mA at +10. . LEDs are provided for the Ethernet interface with the following functionality: LK Act A B Link Connected Rx/Tx Activity LED 10Mbit / 100Mbit Mode (ON = 100Mbit. Transmit Data (TxD). The four serial ports support the RS-232 standard and port numbers two and four are software selectable between the RS-232.
1 Communications Interfaces –10V RxD RTS TxD CTS +10V GND 1 6 2 7 3 8 4 9 5 Connector 1 RS232 Male 9-WAY D-TYPE Ethernet Connection RJ45 Standard –10V RxD/Rx422A+ RTS/Tx422A+/TRx485A+ TxD/Tx422B-/TRx485BCTS/Rx422B+10V GND 1 6 2 7 3 8 4 9 5 Connector 2 RS232 / RS422 / RS485 Male 9-WAY D-TYPE Port 1 .Connector 1 RS232 DCD –10V RxD RTS TxD CTS +10V GND 1 6 2 7 3 8 4 9 5 Port 2 . NOTE 2 : A & B markings on RS485 & RS422 lines may differ on other devices and the wires may need to be swapped to get the link to operate. Page 3 of 18 .Connector 4 RS232 / RS422 / RS485 DCD/RxClk_In –10V RxD/Rx422A+ RTS/Tx422A+/TRx485A+ TxD/Tx422B-/TRx485BCTS/Rx422BTxClk_In +10V GND 1 6 2 7 3 8 4 9 5 Connector 4 RS232 / RS422 / RS485 Male 9-WAY D-TYPE CPR-041 Front Panel NOTE 1 : Do NOT apply external voltages to the +10V and -10V pins as these are voltages supplied by the CPR-041.Connector 2 RS232 / RS422 / RS485 Connector 3 RS232 Male 9-WAY D-TYPE Port 3 .Connector 3 RS232 Port 4 .CPR-041 Module Description Rev 2.
Please note it is VERY important that the cell processor displays the number 350 before displaying the unit number. The most important of these being the processor address / unit number. Every unit on the XCell network must have a unique address. For further details refer to the AUN section under Function Menu below. When the processor module has been turned on it will quickly go through it’s Power On Self Test (POST) sequence. 3. all of which MUST be successfully executed if the processor is to operate correctly. If the number 350 is NOT displayed after the cycling of the LED matrix the cell has not started correctly. It will also come on when a Workbench is connected to it. ON and OFF. The following list is indicative of what is displayed. Following a successful power up the following LED’s on the cell processor front panel should be active: Active LED On Line LED Flashing while the processor is active Off if the processor is not communicating with other processors on the network On if the processor is communicating with other processors on the network. 1. XCell Operator Interface The XCell Front Panel (Figure 2). Operator Interface A number of important parameters must be set using the processor front panel Function Menu for correct system operation.1 Power On Sequence Check Once the CPR-041 Processor Module has been inserted into the rack it may be switch on using the ON/OFF switch on the module front panel. The 128 LED Matrix cycles through all of the LED’s. Lastly a short sequence of 3 digit numbers are displayed finishing with the number 350 and reverting to the cell network number after a few seconds (the default cell network address is 001). The Power On Self-Test sequence comprises three main segments. The 3-Character message display should be displaying the current unit number. Other operating parameters are configured and downloaded from a PC using Microsol’s Workbench configuration tools. All front panel configuration options are described under the Function Menu options below. This address may be changed using the AUN menu option available from the Function Button immediately after startup. has a number of different display sections: • • • • Status LED’s 3 Character Display 128 LED Matrix Function Button Page 4 of 18 .CPR-041 Module Description Rev 2. Other numbers may be seen on the display very briefly during the power up sequence but the following are the main points to be observed: • CPU • BUG • LD • 100 • FFS • 105 • 200 • 300 2. A sequence of three character indications and three digit numbers are displayed on the processor 3-Character display starting with the characters “CPU” and finishing with the number 300.
the Cell address or unit number is displayed in this section. . Each LED represents an XCell Unit address. it indicates that the input or output is ON. Refer to the section on Function Menu for further details. For analogue input channels. Some protocols update the Debug LEDs to provide user information on the current state of the protocol operation. is 3-Character Display This 3 x 7-segment display is used to display: • • • Unit Number Message Codes Function Menu options . If the LED is ON. Active LED The software toggles this LED in normal operation to indicate that the processor is functioning. On-Line LED This LED indicates that the processor communicating with other active cells on the FieldNet network.Message Codes – Message codes are used to convey operational information to the user. These include: • • • I/O Display Online Units Display Debug Display I/O Display – Generally this LED matrix is used to display the status of the hardwired I/O. They are displayed in place of the normal Cell address and will remain on display for approximately 1 minute unless canceled or replaced by another message. The cycle speed of the LEDs does not always correspond to the scan rate of the particular module. Each LED represents a physical hardware channel within that cell.Function Menu – The 3-Character display may also be used in conjunction with the Function Button to provide a Function Menu for a variety of user diagnostics and configuration parameters. the LED’s cycle through each of the channels indicating that the channels are being scanned. The LED cycle on the HSC module is much faster than for analogues. the LEDs cycle through the corresponding channel LEDs to indicate that the channels are present and being processed. Debug Display – The matrix can also be used for specific application debug information. Refer to the specific applications for further information on the use of the Debug Display. is used for a number of purposes as selected by the Function Button Menu.CPR-041 Operator Interface LED Matrix This display.CPR-041 Module Description Rev 2. For HSC Counter modules. Note: For display purposes those units with addresses greater than 128 will have their LEDs overlap with those in the range 1-128. Online Units Display – The LED Matrix can be used to display the active units communicating on the FieldNet LAN.Unit Number – In normal operation.1 Status LED’s A pair of green status LEDs provides information about the state of the cell. Page 5 of 18 . which comprises 128 LED’s. They generally convey system or operational problems. For digital inputs and outputs the state of the LED indicates the state of the physical input or output. CPRFigure 2 . and if the LED is OFF the input or output is OFF. .
5 seconds) before releasing it Or wait for two (2) minutes and it will automatically be removed. The function button is used to: • Move through the menus/sub menus • • • • Select an option Increment a value Exit an option Accept a setting • Remove a system message The message display shows the menu options and settings. These messages are stored in dynamic RAM and are not maintained during power down or reset unless an NVRAM option CPR-041 is is CPRused.1 Function Menu Function Button Operation The function button drives the function menu. which can be changed using the function button.CPR-041 Module Description Rev 2. The three letter alpha code identifies the software application that generated the message and the three digit numeric code identifies the exact message. The Message Code is generally comprised of a three letter code and a three digit numeric code. between the alpha and numeric codes.g. Page 6 of 18 .5 seconds) • • • To remove a system message from the display When moving through the menus/sub menus When incrementing a value within a menu option e. To remove a Message Code from the 3-Character Display. The 3-character Display alternates every two seconds. NOTE: Message Codes are also logged to an internal buffer that can be viewed using Workbench RTU Live option. AUN A count of two (2 seconds) • • • When selecting an option from a function menu/sub menu When accepting a value while in an menu/sub-menu To exit a menu Removing a Message from the Message Display Message Codes may be displayed in the 3-character message display on the front panel of the processor. Only the most recent message is displayed at any given time. either: • • Press the function button and hold for a count of less than one (0. The function button should be pressed and held pressed for: A count of less than one (0.
Unit numbers 251-254 are reserved for the Workbench configuration system and 255 is a broadcast address and must not be used. AUN NET Available for 10 seconds after boot only. LED GPA GPB FSD OLU DBG FFS CPRFigure 3 . CO1 CO2 CO4 21 CLO RTU These objects are only used if the IEC-60870-5-101 Master or Slave protocol named blocks are loaded into the processor firmware TBL SHC SAV These options are only displayed when there is an IOServer loaded into the CPR-041. On an XCell network. After this time the option is automatically removed from the menu. The AUN option is only available from the function menu for 10 seconds after boot up. Page 7 of 18 . All units in a system must have unique numbers in order to communicate on the network.1 Function Menu Options The following diagram shows the menu functions available for the CPR-041 cell processor and any limitation that may apply to the individual functions (many options. those inside the large rectangle.CPR-041 Module Description Rev 2.CPR-041 Menu Option Tree AUN – Adjust Unit Number This option is used to set the processor node address for FieldNet network communications. This is displayed by default on the 3-character display on the front of the processor. are only available during the first 10 seconds after the cell processor has rebooted). units can be numbered from 1 to 250.
(Alter Unit Number).CPR-041 Module Description Rev 2. Hold the function button to accept the required digit and then proceed to set the next digit. Increment each digit in the message display until the desired value is displayed. NOTE: The CPR-041 expects to receive a permanent lease on CPRthe IP address from the BOOTP/DHCP server if BOOTP is configured.0. as the netmask is set internally by the processor to 255. These are: • • BootP Default IP Address BootP can either be turned ON or OFF. The unit number must be between 1 and 250. Once a TCP/IP configuration table has been downloaded to a unit then the default configuration is no longer used. then a default Class C IP address can be entered via the front panel. if it is turned ON. Page 8 of 18 . Accepting the value on the third digit will save the new Unit Number and proceed to reboot the processor with the new network address accepted.255. as while running.255. the units IP address is obtained from a Bootp/DHCP server automatically when the unit starts up. • NET – Default Configuration of the TCP/IP stack This option provides a way to enter a default TCP/IP configuration via the front panel without having to download a configuration table. needs to be a valid Class C IP address. If BootP is turned OFF. it will not renew the lease on the IP address.1 To change the unit number: • • • Select the AUN. Each of the 3 digits in the unit number must be changed separately starting on the right hand side. When configuring the DHCP server. The default IP address is split into 4 parameters: • • • • IP1 IP2 IP3 IP4 The first IP byte address The second IP byte address The third IP byte address The fourth IP byte address The configured default IP address. There are two sections to the NET configuration. option from the function menu. ensure the IP CPRaddresses that will be allocated to the CPR-041s are permanent allocations with no expiration. numbers 0 and 251-255 are reserved for system purposes.
the RTS line MUST be made active before packets can be sent out of the serial port. The protocol implementation must support RTS control. but in certain circumstances. The protocol implementation must support RTS control. Page 9 of 18 . There are three options available: • • • 232 485 422 RS232 Interface 2 Wire RS485 Interface 4 Wire RS485 or RS422 NOTE: Even when the serial port is configured for RS422 or RS485. There are three options available: • • • 232 485 422 RS232 Interface 2 Wire RS485 Interface 4 Wire RS485 or RS422 NOTE: Even when the serial port is configured for RS422 or line RS485. the DCD signal will no longer be present as they use a shared pin. NOTE: Serial port 4 also supports Transmit and Receive clock RSinputs when in RS-232 mode. the RTS line MUST be made active before packets can be sent out of the serial port. The default baudrate for XCell View and Workbench is 38400.CPR-041 Module Description Rev 2. this baudrate might be required to be different. If a protocol is configured to use serial port 1. CO2 – Configure Serial Port 2 Physical Interface The CO2 option allows the user to set the physical interface for serial port 2 on the CPR-041. The different baudrate settings are: • • • • • 384 96 48 24 12 38400 baud 9600 baud 4800 baud 2400 baud 1200 baud NOTE: These are only the default baudrates. This will need to be configured the from the protocol that is using these clocks as if the RxClk is configured.1 CO1 – Configure Serial Port 1 Default Baudrate The CO1 option allows the user to change the default baudrate for serial port 1 on the CPR-041. the protocol baudrate will override the default set baudrate. CO4 – Configure Serial Port 4 Physical Interface The CO4 option allows the user to set the physical interface for serial port 4 on the CPR-041.
With this option enabled: When the processor’s time accuracy does not meet project requirements due to the crystal oscillator. Each processor module supports 4 Plant Interface modules located to the right of the processor. RTU – RTU Number This menu option and the TBL option above are used by processors with IEC-60870-5-101 Master or Slave protocol firmware installed.CPR-041 Module Description Rev 2. It will also disable any non CPR-021 functions. 2. The eight possible locations are shown in the following diagram. Refer to the IEC Master/Slave configuration Guide for further details. the correction to the processor’s current time is recorded and used to calculate an average. CLO – Clock Drift The CLO option allows the user to configure the CPR-041 in clock drift correction mode. The compensation functionality is appropriate for systems that require accurate time in the following situation: 1. SHC – Show Hardware Configuration The SHC option in the function menu allows the operator to view and save the type of I/O associated with the processor. For each synchronisation with an external time. There are two options available: • • OFF ON CPR-041 is operating normally. The TBL option allows the default IEC-60870-5-101 link configuration to be set from the front panel without downloading tables from Workbench. with complete functionality. Some of these modules support two sub modules (daughter modules mounted on the main module). As most modules occupy two slot positions the same module type will be displayed for both locations. The synchronisation process has an error less than half the drift error for the period between synchronisations. CPR-041 is operating in CPR-021 compatibility mode. This average correction is then applied as the time is maintained to increase its accuracy. Refer to the IEC Master/Slave configuration Guide for further details. TBL – Tables This menu option and the RTU option below are used by processors with IEC-60870-5-101 Master or Slave protocol firmware installed.1 21 – CPR-021 Compatibility Mode The 21 option allows the user to configure the CPR-041 in CPR-021 compatibility mode. The software compensation functionality uses a number of time synchronisations to determine a crystal’s error in the intervening periods. In this mode. Therefore. The SHC option will only be displayed if there is an IOServer name block loaded into the processor. it may be possible to use software compensation. There are periodic external time synchronisations. the processor maintains 8 configuration definitions. The valid settings for the CLO option are: • • OFF ON Clock Drift Correction is not enabled. Page 10 of 18 . Clock Drift Correction is enabled. The RTU option allows the default Slave link-address to be set from the front panel. the CPR-041 will assume the time-base of the CPR-021. one for each of the 8 possible hardware modules.
The required configuration should be saved for each cell as part of the initial system setup. It does this by toggling the display between the slot number “001” and the module type installed in that slot. The SHC option in the function menu identifies the hardware in each half-card position (8 per cell) as shown above. The majority of cards occupy a full card position and will therefore display the same module type for both half-card positions. Type UNC DI6 DO4 AI3 HSC HA5 AOI AOT Description Unknown module or No module present in slot High Density Digital Input module High Density Digital Output module High Density Analogue Input module High Speed Counter module High Density Analogue Input Card (HAI-050) Isolated Analogue Output module Analogue Output Card NOTE: This option is timed and it automatically exits if there is no button pressed for 30 seconds. Page 11 of 18 . It will also set a pseudo point indicating that the module is faulty and this can be transmitted to a Control Center. The processor operates with the saved configuration and assumes that this is the required configuration. The display of the current hardware will toggle between the hardware type and the slot number prefixed by the letter ’C’.1 The SHC option displays the current hardware modules installed in the cell and the previously saved configuration. It is therefore very important to save the required configuration (using the SAV option at the end of the SHC display) before using the system. If there is a mismatch between the saved configuration and the currently installed module it is assumed that the module is faulty and will report all associated channels as failed. Refer to the following table for abbreviations used for the various module types. These positions are referred to by their slot positions in the 3-character display panel (001 – 008). For example it may toggle between “001” and “DI6” to indicate that a 64 channel Digital Input module is present in slot position 1 (the top half card of the first board). For example if the current hardware in slot 1 is an interrupting Digital Input module then the display will toggle between “C01” and “DI6”.CPR-041 Module Description Rev 2. Using the function button the user can move through all 8 possible slot positions. S L O T 1 S L O T 3 S L O T 5 S L O T 7 S L O T 2 S L O T 4 S L O T 6 S L O T 8 I/O Slots in a cell When the SHC option is selected the 3-character display shows the hardware installed in the first Slot position. The saved hardware display is similar except that the letter ‘S’ prefixes the slot number. If the cell hardware does not match the saved configuration then the SHC option will first display the current hardware for a particular slot followed by the saved configuration for the slot.
NOTE: A Cell Processor can only interrogate slots within its own cell.1 Following is an example of a saved configuration. While the hardware configuration must be saved through the front panel on each processor individually before use. the LED matrix will represent the first 128 I/O channels (channels 0-127) on the cell. NOTE: This option is timed and it automatically exits if there is no button presses for 30 seconds. GPA (Group A) If GPA is selected. Exiting the SHC option will present the SAV option and at this point the user may save the hardware configuration by holding the Function button or simply scroll back to the default display by briefly pressing the Function button. NOTE: Workbench can be used to view the hardware configuration on all processors. The cell will automatically reboot after the SAV option has been accepted. Page 12 of 18 . The options are detailed in the following sections. column a will display channels 0-15. Current Hardware DI6 Saved Hardware HDO Slot 1 Slot 2 Front Panel Displayed C01 DI6 C02 DI6 C03 HDO C04 HDO C05 AI3 C06 AI3 007 DI6 008 DI6 Front Panel Displayed S01 HDO S02 HDO S03 AI3 S04 AI3 S05 DI6 S06 DI6 007 DI6 008 DI6 HDO HAI Slot 3 Slot 4 HAI DI6 Slot 5 Slot 6 DI6 DI6 Slot 7 Slot 8 Table 1 . it can be viewed through Workbench for all processors. column b. channels 16-31 etc). The SAV (Save Hardware Configuration) option saves the current hardware modules as the required configuration.Sample Hardware Configuration To exit the SHC option or any other option. I/O channel 0 will be displayed using the top left LED of the matrix (1a) with the sequential channel numbers incrementing down and to the right (e. If one of these modules is subsequently removed then a fault will be generated.g. which does not match the current hardware. seconds. LED – LED Matrix Display Operations This option (LED) allows the operator to select the 128 LED matrix on the front panel of the processor module for displaying the status of the I/O channels associated with the processor. hold the Function Button for a count of five (5) or greater.CPR-041 Module Description Rev 2.
g. channels 144-159 etc).1 GPB (Group B) If GPB is selected. sector by sector.Debug If DBG is selected the cell processor uses the LED matrix to display internal status information for a variety of software modules that may be loaded into the firmware. Each sector (indicator LED) of the flash file system is 64k bytes in size. the LED matrix will represent the second 128 I/O channels (channels 128-255) on the cell. OLU .CPR-041 Module Description Rev 2. or 129. I/O channel 128 will be displayed using the top left LED of the matrix with the sequential channel numbers incrementing down and to the right (e. This is a map of the currently used flash memory area and includes both active and inactive files or data. The Field Service Data options are detailed in the following sections. The top left hand LED (LED [1a] in the matrix) is turned on by units 1. column a will display channels 128-143. As the LED matrix is limited to 128 LEDs. FFS – Flash File System If FFS is selected the current contents. the LED matrix will represent all units that can be seen on the FieldNet network. A mnemonic representing the module concerned is displayed on the message display and the individual LED’s in the matrix show specific status indicators for the module. Page 13 of 18 . The LED corresponding to each unit number is illuminated if that unit is communicating on the network. of the flash file system on the cell processor is displayed on the LED matrix. DBG . column b. FSD – Field Service Data The Field Service Data options (FSD) allows the operator to select the 128 LED matrix on the front panel of the processor module for displaying diagnostic information.On Line Units If OLU is selected. the unit numbers wrap around on the LED matrix at unit 129.
the default settings (from the front panel) will be used. please refer to the Microsol Workbench Configuration Manual. Further diagnostic functionality is available through the Workbench PC Application.Rx 5 – Signal Gnd 5 – Signal Gnd XCell DB-9 1 6 2 7 3 8 4 9 5 PC DB-9 1 6 2 7 3 8 4 9 5 Figure 4 . or a default IP address can be configured via the NET option on the front panel of the cell. there are two ways to configure an IP address for the Ethernet port. If there is no TCP/IP configuration downloaded. Page 14 of 18 .Monitor Communications Port Figure 5 – PC–XCell Cable PC– XCell Ethernet Communications All cells are capable of Ethernet communications through the 100/10BaseTx Ethernet port on the front panel of the CPR-041.1 Monitor Port The CPR-041 has a realtime monitor program running on Port 1.Rx 3 . Either a configuration table in Workbench can be configured with the TCP/IP parameters. To configure the TCP/IP some address information is required. it will contain the IP address. Refer to the ‘Workbench User Manual’ for more details.CPR-041 Module Description Rev 2. For information on the Front Panel Default configuration. please refer to Section “NET – Default Configuration of the TCP/IP Stack” described previously For information on the Workbench TCP/IP Configuration Table. The Workbench Configuration will always take precedent over the default IP address. To this end. TCP/IP is used as the transport mechanism for the Ethernet communications. Detailed user instructions are contained in the ‘XCell View Users guide’. As a minimum the unit’s IP address must be assigned including a netmask.Tx Comm 1 Monitor Port PC Com Port Pin 3 – Tx 2 . so if there is a TCP/IP Workbench Configuration downloaded. This provides customers and field service personnel access to basic diagnostic information through a terminal interface. XCell Port 1 Pin 2 . Connecting to the Monitor/Workbench Serial Port Connect to the XCell serial Port 1 using the following connections.
which can only be done for point to point connections. If it is connected to a switch. Within an isolated network. a straight through cable is required. connecting a private network to the Internet requires using registered IP addresses (called Internet addresses) to avoid duplicates. 12. The four numbers in an IP address are used in different ways to identify a particular network and a host on that network. The pinout for a cross over connection is: RJ-45 Pin # (End1) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Wire Colour White / Orange Orange White / Green Blue White / Blue Green White / Brown Brown RJ-45 Pin # (End2) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Wire Colour White / Green Green White / Orange White / Brown Brown Orange Blue White / Blue Basic IP Addressing The format of an IP address is a 32-bit numeric address written as four numbers separated by periods.supports 254 hosts on each of 2 million networks Page 15 of 18 . This is to accommodate a 10/100BaseT/Tx connection to a hub/switch. For example. These four numbers can create an Internet address from the following three classes.CPR-041 Module Description Rev 2. • • • Class A .supports 65.000 hosts on each of 16. Each number can be zero to 255. you can assign IP addresses at random as long as each one is unique.182.1 Physical Connection The CPR-041 provides a RJ-45 connection on the front panel of the unit. However.41 could be an IP address.supports 16 million hosts on each of 126 networks Class B .54. The pin-out for a straight through connection is: RJ-45 Pin # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Wire Colour White / Orange Orange White / Green Blue White / Blue Green White / Brown Brown 10Base-T/100Base-Tx Signal Transmit+ TransmitReceive+ Unused Unused ReceiveUnused Unused If the port is going to be directly connected to another computer.000 networks Class C . a cross over cable must be used.
CPR-041 Module Description Rev 2.255.1. This allows 253 unique devices to be connected together on a local network and is usually more than adequate for the job.0.255.255. There is generally a netmask set up for each of the IP address classes.172.1.0. please refer to a Network Specialist as particular circumstances may very from system to system.0 .31.255.255 (172. • • • 10.0 .255.255 (10/8 prefix) Class A 172. this is a class C address and as such would generally have a netmask of 255.0.16.255.168. • • • For Class A networks.0. For more detailed information on IP addressing and Netmasks.10.16/12 prefix) Class B 192.1 The IP numbers were originally setup for use in the Internet. the netmask is: 255.0 For Class B networks. if the address 192.0 From the last section. the netmask is: 255. In most cases these are the IP address ranges that our equipment would normally work in.0.168.x where x is the unique identifier of the unit on the local network.0 .255.255.255.0. but there are some addresses that can be used for local addressing and should not be used on the Internet.0 For Class C networks.255 (192.168.0.192.168/16 prefix) Class C The most common one is the Class C address of 192. These are assigned specifically for private networks.0. Page 16 of 18 . the netmask is: 255.x is used.168. Netmask Every IP address must have an associated Netmask to determine what is the local network that the device is connected to.
Controls and Diagnostics Single LEDs Seven segment displays (3) 128 LED Matrix RS232 LEDs Ethernet LEDs On/Off Switch Function Push Button Watchdog / Fault Indication Output Electrical Noise Immunity Electrostatic Discharge RFI Susceptibility EMC Compliance Fast Transient disturbance High Frequency disturbance UK National Grid Company NGTS 2.Link connected. RxD. Cell Diagnostics Status of associated Inputs and Outputs RX & Tx 3 LEDs used .55 lbs / 250 grams operation at average • 127.90. 64 MHz Motorola processor Up-to 16 Mbyte (standard 4 Mbytes) 32 MByte 32 Kbytes (internal to RTC) 24 V.CPR-041 Module Description Rev 2. CISPR 22 10 volts/m 50 kHz to 1000 MHz IEC 60255-22-3.7 inches) / (40.64 s / day 0.5 kV • • • • • • 256 1 ms Real Time Clock.37. 48 V. 0.6 x 10.1 Technical Characteristics Data Acquisition and Processing No. Activity. 150mA / 72 VDC • • • • • • • • • • 32 bit.5 x 6. Calendar Clock (Battery backed up optional) 8. EN50082-2 IEC 61000-4-4 Class 4 and C. of physical channels Time stamping Timer functions Internal Clock Drift Internal Clock Drift with optional TCXO Fieldnet Network Module Related Data Processor FLASH SRAM Battery backed up Expansion RAM Power Supply Nominal Input Voltages Supply Voltage Range Output Power for entire cell CPR Power Consumption Supply type Isolation (supply to cell electronics) Indications.13 Environmental Conditions Temperature • Continuous Operation • Transportation and storage Relative Humidity Vibration Drop & Topple MTBF MTBF for continuous temperature of 40° C Dimensions and Mass Dimensions (W * H * D) Weight Ethernet Speed Physical Interface Serial Ports Number of Ports Speed Physical Interface Signals Supported Field-net Connection Number of Ports Physical Interface • • 2 (Redundant Channels) RS-485 • • • • 4 Up to 115200 2 x RS 232 only and 2 selectable RS 232/RS 422/RS 485 TxD. CTS.1 Class Z • • • • • • • • Active (green).7 x 170 mm) Approx. 10/100MB operation Power On/ Off to Cell Interrogate cell to determine status Contact opens on Fault.998 hrs • • • • • • IEC 60068-2-1 & IEC 60068-2-2 -10° to +60° C -40° to +70 ° C 0 to 95% Non condensing in accordance with IEC 60068-2-3 & IEC 60068-2-30 IEC 60068-2-6 IEC 60068-2-31 • • • • • • IEC 61000-4-2 15 kV IEC 61000-4-3. RTS.173 s / day 5 Mbit / s Page 17 of 18 .1 IEC 60255-22-1 Class 3 and C. On Line (green) Cell Number.6 x 266. (DCD on last 2 serial ports only) • • 10 / 100 Mbit Ethernet 100 Base Tx (RJ-45) • • 8 hp x 6U (1.37. 60 V DC 20 to 72V DC 20 W @ 25° C 5W Positive or negative earth systems 2.90.
com © Microsol Ltd.CPR-041 Module Description Rev 2. Page 18 of 18 .1 Real Time Clock Expected Battery Life Accuracy Battery backed SRAM TCXO (optional) Accuracy Note 1 • • • • 10 years in the absence of power + 1 minute per month @ 25 degrees Celsius Note 1 32 KBytes +2 ppm over –10 to 60 degrees Celsius This clock is not used during normal operation.microsol.com Web: www. 2006 the information in this document is subject to change without prior notice. Microsol does not assume responsibility for any errors in fact or design in this publication. the RTC is only used on startup for the startup time (only to 1 second resolution). 2005. The publication is provided for general information only and shall not form part of any contract. after this time is maintained via software and regularly updated into the RTC Ordering Information Model CPR-041 CPR-041-X Description CPR-041 with a battery backed real time clock & NVRAM A CPR-041 with a TCXO Part Number CPR-041 CPR-041-X Email: sales@microsol.
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