1 Instruction Bulletin Z B PowerLogic Sub Display (SMD and SMDOPN) CONTENTS Introduction... 2 Parts of the Sub Display... 3 Dimensional Drawing... 4 Installation... 5 Mounting the SMD... 5 Mounting the SMDOPN... 6 Communications... 8 Downstream Devices... 9 Upstream Devices... 9 Terminating the Last Device in the Downstream Daisy Chain Power Connection Setup Entering the Password Initializing a System Viewing the Setup Mode Submenus Monitoring Mode Viewing and Resetting Alarms Troubleshooting and Maintenance Changing the Battery Changing the Fuse Quick Reference Menu Tree Specifications Mounting Template
2 PowerLogic Sub Display (SMD and SMDOPN) Introduction INTRODUCTION Z B The PowerLogic Sub Display (SMD and SMDOPN) is a comprehensive electrical sub metering display (Figure 1). With the display, you can view electrical parameters with one networked LCD. In addition to viewing system data on the display itself, you can also view data on a remote PC via a network connection. Touch pad buttons provide a convenient way to view downstream devices on the power monitoring network. The display is RS-485 Modbus RTU compatible. It has additional RS-485 and RS-232 Modbus ports for networking to additional displays or to a master PC. Figure 1 The Sub Display SUB METER DISPLAY (Setup) (Alarm) Next Previous Hold Reading Scroll The display provides local indication of all power system parameters from the compatible meters connected downstream. All system parameters and alarms can transmit to the network operations center by means of Modbus RTU protocol. The display supports the following multiple sensors: ENERCEPT s Branch Circuit Monitors (BCM42 and BCMSC) Multi-Circuit s (MCM8364) Alta Labs Network Temperatures and Humidity Sensors (HXO-485, TXO-485, and HXO/T-485) Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved.
3 Z B PowerLogic Sub Display (SMD and SMDOPN) Introduction Parts of the Sub Display Figure 2 shows the parts of the display, while Table 1 describes these parts. Figure 2 Parts of the Display RX TX RX TX Table 1 Parts Description of the Display Part Vac 200 ma fast fuse Fused power connection for circuit protection. 2 Lithium battery Onboard clock backup. Description 3 Power transformer Linear power supply for reliability and low noise Vac power supply terminals 2-wire, 120 Vac, 60 Hz, line to neutral. 5 Auxiliary input status LED Indicates alarm condition for the auxiliary input. 6 Membrane switch pin connector Connection point for push button panel. 7 Upstream RS-232 input jack Connection point for upstream RS-232 network Vdc power port Alternate 12 Vdc connection point for use with plug-in wall-mount transformer or power supply. (Auxiliary input is disabled if 12 Vdc power is used.) 9 Upstream RS-485 connection point Terminal for upstream RS-485 network. 2- or 4-wire compatible. 10 Downstream RS-485 connection point Terminal for downstream RS-485 network. 2- or 4-wire compatible. 11 Membrane switch ribbon cable (From customer-supplied face plate) 12 Status LED Green = Normal Operation. No network devices are in warning or critical alarm mode. Yellow = One or more network devices are in warning alarm mode. Red = One or more network devices are in critical alarm more or the auxiliary input is active. 13 Liquid crystal display High-resolution LCD with adjustable backlight Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved. 3
4 PowerLogic Sub Display (SMD and SMDOPN) Introduction Z B Dimensional Drawing 8.0 (204 mm) (4x) (7 mm) 8.0 (204 mm) 5.0 (127 mm) 1.5 (38 mm) 4.0 (102 mm) 7.0 (178 mm) 0.5 (13 mm) Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved.
5 Z B INSTALLATION PowerLogic Sub Display (SMD and SMDOPN) Installation DANGER HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH Apply appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and follow safe electrical work practices. See NFPA 70E. This equipment must be installed and serviced only by qualified personnel. Turn off all power supplying this equipment and the equipment it is to be mounted inside before working on or inside equipment. Always use a properly rated voltage sensing device to confirm that power is off. Replace all device doors and covers before turning on power to this equipment. Failure to observe these instructions will result in death or serious injury. Mounting the SMD The SMD ships pre-assembled in a UL508 listed equipment enclosure. The enclosure is equipped with knockouts for power and communication conduit attachments and requires no field assembly except for enclosure mounting. Front View (Display Screen) Back View (Mounting Holes) Figure 3 Mounting the Display 2011 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved. 5
6 (Setup) (Alarm) PowerLogic Sub Display (SMD and SMDOPN) Installation Z B Mounting the SMDOPN The SMDOPN is an open board product that requires field mounting in an enclosure or panel. To mount the display in a panel enclosure, refer to Figure 5 and Figure 6 and follow these steps: 1. Ensure that the display is not connected to power and turn off all power supplying the equipment it is to be mounted inside before working on or inside the equipment. 2. Use a properly rated voltage sensing device to confirm that power is off. 3. Using the template provided with your SMDOPN as a guide, drill holes and cut openings in the panel or enclosure. 4. Thread the membrane switch ribbon cable (A) through the rectangular opening. 5. Mount the display faceplate (B) onto the panel. Figure 4 Mounting the Display in a Panel Chassis Display Faceplate (B) SUB METER DISPLAY Membrane Switch Ribbon Cable (A) Panel Door Next Previous Hold Reading Scroll 6. Secure the faceplate by screwing four threaded stand-offs (C) into the faceplate studs from the inside of the door. 7. Attach the display (D) to the threaded studs using the four #6-32 screws (E) provided Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved.
7 Z B PowerLogic Sub Display (SMD and SMDOPN) Communications 8. Connect the membrane switch ribbon cable (A) to the membrane switch pin connector (F). Figure 5 Display Components Back of Display Faceplate (B) Faceplate studs Panel Enclosure of Cutout Threaded Stand-offs (C) #6-32 Screws (E) Display (D) Opening in Panel for Membrane Switch Ribbon Cable Membrane Switch Ribbon Cable (A) Membrane Switch Pin Connector (F) 2011 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved. 7
8 PowerLogic Sub Display (SMD and SMDOPN) Communications Z B COMMUNICATIONS The display resides on a Modbus network as a pass-through device (Figure 7). It provides an upstream and downstream communication connection. This allows for flexible data retrieval as the upstream options include RS-232 or RS-485. Figure 8 shows the downstream and upstream wiring scheme. Figure 6 Upstream Monitoring Network Option Control Panel or PC To additional Displays Upstream RS-485 or RS-232 (Setup) SUB METER DISPLAY (Alarm) Next Display Next Previous Hold Reading Scroll SUB METER DISPLAY Downstream RS-485 (Setup) (Alarm) Next Previous Hold Reading Scroll Display Up to 63 (physical) or 246 (logical) devices Enercept MCM8364 Branch Current Monitor Other Modbus Devices Multi-Circuit End of Line Resistor 100 Ohms Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved.
9 Z B PowerLogic Sub Display (SMD and SMDOPN) Communications Downstream Devices Upstream Devices Observe these guidelines for downstream devices communications wiring: Connect devices on a daisy chain from the downstream RS-485 port. The display can support 32 devices with a maximum distance of 4000 ft. (1,219 m) to the last device. For devices on the daisy chain, follow the device distance limitations recommended by the manufacturer. Each device must have a unique address. The last device must be terminated with a terminator (Square D part no. 3090MCTAS485 or 100 ohm resistor). Observe these guidelines for upstream devices communications wiring: NOTE: Connection to upstream RS-485 or RS-232 ports will disable the front infrared port. A master computer or additional Sub Displays can be connected on a daisy chain to the upstream RS-485 port. The maximum distance from the first upstream device to the last is 4000 ft. (1,219 m). Each device on this upstream connection as well as those downstream must have a unique address. The last upstream device must be terminated with a terminator (Square D PN 3090MCTAS485 or 100 ohm resistor). Figure 7 Wiring of Downstream and Upstream Devices RS-232 Pinout: DCE, no handshaking DB-9 connection: pin 2: Transmitted data from display pin 3: Received data into display pin 5: Signal ground RX TX RX TX Master or Slave (Upstream Devices) 4-Wire RS485 Downstream RS232 Upstream Slave (Downstream Device) TX TX+ SHLD RX RX+ TX TX+ TX TX+ SHLD RX RX+ TX TX+ SHIELD 4-Wire RS485 Upstream SHIELD OR Master or Slave (Upstream Devices) OR Slave (Downstream Device) TX TX+ SHLD RX RX+ TX TX+ 2-Wire RS 485 Downstream TX TX+ SHLD RX RX+ TX TX+ 2-Wire RS485 Upstream SHIELD SHIELD SHIELD SHIELD 2011 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved. 9
10 PowerLogic Sub Display (SMD and SMDOPN) Communications Z B Terminating the Last Device in the Downstream Daisy Chain Terminate the downstream network using the 3090MCTAS485 terminator to ensure reliable communications. Refer to Figure 9 and follow these steps: 1. Insert the wires of the daisy chain as shown in Figure 8 and insert the wires of the terminator into the holes of the RS-485 communications connector. 2. Using a small flat blade screwdriver, tighten the connector screws. 3. Plug the communications connector into the communications port of the last device on the daisy chain. Figure 8 Installing the 3090MCTAS485 Terminator TX TX+ SHLD RX RX+ TX TX Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved.
11 Z B POWER CONNECTION PowerLogic Sub Display (SMD and SMDOPN) Power Connection DANGER HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH Apply appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and follow safe electrical work practices. See NFPA 70E. This equipment must be installed and serviced only by qualified personnel. Turn off all power supplying this equipment and the equipment it is to be mounted inside before working on or inside equipment. Always use a properly rated voltage sensing device to confirm that power is off. Replace all device doors and covers before turning on power to this equipment. Failure to observe these instructions will result in death or serious injury. To make the power connection, use either 120 Vac 2-wire or 12 Vdc connection as shown in Figure 10. Figure 9 Power Connection Options Option #1 power wiring 120 Vac Option #2 power wiring 12 Vdc RX TX RX TX Note: Internal fusing is not active on the 12 Vdc input Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved. 11
12 PowerLogic Sub Display (SMD and SMDOPN) Setup Z B SETUP Entering the Password Use the Setup Mode to initialize and configure the display to the application requirements. The password for setup mode is, Previous, Previous,, Next, Next as shown in Figure 11. This password is fixed and cannot be changed. Figure 10 Entering the Password for Setup Mode To Enter Press Simultaneously Enter Password SET UP MODE and * * * * * * * (, Previous, Previous,, Next, Next) Initializing a System Viewing the Setup Mode Submenus To initialize a system, you must perform the Setup communications and Find s actions. See Setup Communications Submenu and Find s Submenu. Once you are in the setup mode, press Next or Previous buttons to view submenus and then press for the submenu you want. Figure 12 illustrates setup mode button functions. Figure 11 Setup Mode Button Functions Press Show next submenu. Show previous submenu. a submenu. monitoring. Setup Mode Submenus View System Info Find s Review meters Setup Communications Setup Operation The following are the setup mode submenus: View System Info Submenu In setup mode, View System Info is the first submenu to display. View System Info for viewing information only (not modifying) such as the serial number or the customer support phone number. See Figure Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved.
13 Z B PowerLogic Sub Display (SMD and SMDOPN) Setup Figure 12 View System Info Button Functions VIEW SYSTEM INFO Show next parameter. Show previous parameter. setup mode menu. Model Serial number RS Rev OS Rev Memory Clock System Info Unit model number. Unit serial number. Reset system firmware revision number Operating system firmware revision number Amount of non-volatile memory Indicates presence of a real-time clock. Customer support number Contact support information. Setup Operation Submenu Setup Operation to adjust operational parameters. Set backlight brightness for optimum visibility. You can set output relay and auxiliary input parameters based on the contact configuration of any (optional) remote devices. You can set the display to automatically rotate through the readings or you can rotate manually. See Monitoring Mode on page 11 for details. Refer to Figure 14 for Setup Operation parameters. Figure 13 Setup Operation Button Functions SETUP OPERATION Show next parameter. Show previous parameter. Save setting and go to next parameter. setup menu. Operation Parameters Backlight Brightness (0-9), 0 = Backlight OFF) Output Relays (ALARM = OPEN, ALARM = CLOSED) Auxiliary Input (ALARM = OPEN, ALARM = CLOSED) Rotate Parameters (YES, NO). See Monitoring Mode Setup Communications Submenu Setup Communications to adjust communications parameters. You must set downstream communications parameters to match the communications parameters of the downstream devices. When using an upstream master PC or control panel, you must set the appropriate Modbus address and upstream communications parameters. Refer to Figure 15. Figure 14 Setup Communication Button Functions Communication Parameters SETUP COMMUNICATIONS Show next parameter. Show previous parameter. Save setting and go to next parameter. setup menu. Modbus Address (1-247) Upstream Type (RS-485, RS-232, Infrared) Upstream Duplex (2-wire, 4-wire). See Notes 1, 2. Upstream Baudrate (2400, 4800, 9600, 19,200). See Note 2. Upstream Parity (NONE, ODD, EVEN). See Note 2. Downstream Duplex (2-wire, 4-wire) Downstream Baudrate (2400, 4800, 9600, 19,200) Downstream Parity (NONE, ODD, EVEN) Notes: 1. Parameter not available for RS Parameter not available for Infrared Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved. 13
14 PowerLogic Sub Display (SMD and SMDOPN) Setup Z B Find s Submenu From Setup mode, selecting Find s initiates a search and identifies devices on the network. Exit the search by pressing any key. To make sure all meters are accounted for, do not exit until all active addresses have been counted. Unsupported devices will be designated as unknown device and parameters will not be displayed. See Specifications section for supported devices. Review s Submenu From Setup mode, selecting Review s allows you to review all attached devices detected by the display. When you press REVIEW METERS, you see the first device found in the network. If the display does not detect any devices, you get a No s message. The following are example displays of devices detected by the FIND METERS function: Example Display for an MCM6384 AD=002 BRD1 MTR7 MULTI-CRCT PRW 8 where AD=002 indicates Modbus address 2, BRD1 is the board name, and MTR7 is the meter name. Example Display for a BCM42 Monitor AD=061 BRD1 BRANCH CRCT AMPS where AD=061 indicates Modbus address 061 and BRD1 is the board name. Example Display for an Alta RH/Temp Sensor AD=216 ALTA RH/TEMP Example Display for an Unsupported Device AD=123 UNKNOWN DEVICE Press Next to view the next meter. Continue pressing Next to scroll through the devices. Press to return to the setup menu Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved.
15 Z B PowerLogic Sub Display (SMD and SMDOPN) Setup Monitoring Mode Monitoring is the default mode for the Sub Display. You can set up the display to automatically rotate (scroll) through parameters or you can set it to display a selected parameter continuously. You do this by selecting either Yes or No for Rotate Parameters in the Setup Operation submenu (see Figure 14. When set to Yes for Rotate Parameters, the display automatically rotates through the parameters of all supported devices and updates every four seconds. You can press to hold a reading to allow time to manually record the reading. When the reading is in hold, it will not be updated. Press any other button to return to monitoring mode (the display resumes automatically rotating through parameters of all supported devices). Figure 16 shows the monitoring mode button functions. Figure 15 Monitoring Mode Button Functions MONITORING MODE Go to next parameter set. Go to previous parameter set. Hold the present reading when in automatic rotation mode (the display flashes). Pressing any other button releases the reading. Go to next meter. Viewing and Resetting Alarms Alarm mode provides a means of viewing and resetting warning and critical alarms on the downstream network. To enter the alarm mode, press the and buttons simultaneously. Figure 17 shows the alarm mode button functions. Figure 16 Alarm Mode Button Functions To Enter ALARM MENU Press Simultaneously and View next alarm. Reset currently displayed alarm. Exit alarm display Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved. 15
16 PowerLogic Sub Display (SMD and SMDOPN) Troubleshooting and Maintenance Z B TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE WARNING HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION OR ARC FLASH Apply appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and follow safe electrical work practices. See NFPA 70E. Turn off all power supplying this equipment and the equipment it is mounted inside before working on or inside equipment. Always use a properly rated voltage sensing device to confirm that power is off. Replace onboard lithium backup battery only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of battery according to the manufacturer s instructions. Failure to follow these instructions can result in death or serious injury. If the display does not illuminate, check the fuses and voltage connections. Changing the Battery To change the onboard lithium backup battery (item 2, Figure 2 on page 3), follow these steps: 1. Verify that the power supply to the display is turned off. 2. Remove the old lithium battery, taking care not to short the battery terminals. 3. Install the new lithium battery (same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer). 4. Turn on the power supply to the display. Changing the Fuse If the fuse is blown, use only 250 Vac / 200 ma, Fast, 5x20 mm. Follow these steps to replace it: 1. Verify that the power supply to the display is turned off. 2. Remove the old fuse and replace it with the new one. 3. Turn on the power supply to the display Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved.
17 Z B PowerLogic Sub Display (SMD and SMDOPN) Quick Reference Menu Tree QUICK REFERENCE MENU TREE Figure 16 provides a quick reference menu tree. Figure 17 Quick Reference Menu Tree MONITORING Show next parameter Show previous parameter Hold reading Go to next meter To Enter ALARM MENU Press simultaneously and Press Show next alarm Clear alarm monitoring To Enter SET UP MENU Press simultaneously and Enter Password Press * * * * * * * (, Previous, Previous,, Next, Next) Show next submenu Show previous submenu Go to submenu or start action monitoring 1st Submenu VIEW SYSTEM INFO Show next info item Show previous submenu monitoring Info Items Model Number/Serial Number Version/Revision Installed Options Veris Support Phone Number FIND METERS 2nd Submenu Any key to return to setup menu REVIEW METERS 3rd Submenu Show next meter setup menu 4th Submenu 5th Submenu SETUP COMMUNICATIONS Increment parameter Increment parameter Decrement parameter SETUP OPERATION Decrement parameter Go to next parameter Go to next parameter setup menu setup menu Communication Parameters Modbus Address (1-247) Upstream Type (RS-485, RS-232, Infrared) Upstream Duplex (2-wire, 4-wire)*** Upstream Baud (2400, 4800, 9600, 19200)** Upstream Parity (NONE, ODD, EVEN)** Downstream Duplex (2-wire, 4-wire) Downstream Baud (2400, 4800, 9600, 19200) Downstream Parity (NONE, ODD, EVEN) Setup Operation Parameters Backlight Brightness (0-9, 0=Backlilght OFF) Output Relays (ALARM=OPEN, ALARM = CLOSED) Auxiliary Input (ALARM = OPEN, ALARM = CLOSED) Rotate Parameters (YES, NO) 2011 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved. 17
18 Z B PowerLogic Sub Display (SMD and SMDOPN) Specifications SPECIFICATIONS Table 2 General Specifications Type Operating Temperature Range Storage Temperature Range 20 C to 70 C AC Power Source AC Power Voltage Tolerance AC Power Frequency AC Power Termination Description 0 to 50 C (< 95% relative humidity, non-condensing) Dedicated 120 Vac, line-to-neutral, Fused, 200 ma at 250 Vac 5x20 mm Fast + 10/-25% ( Vac) 50/60 Hz 2-position cage clamp terminal block (max. wire size 12 gauge) Alternate DC Power Source 12 Vdc unfused (Auxiliary input disabled) Upstream Network Communications Interface Protocol Baud Rate Parity Communication Format RS-485, RS-232, or infrared Modbus RTU User-selectable 2400, 4800, 9600, 19,200 (infrared fixed at 9600) User-selectable NONE, ODD, EVEN (infrared fixed at NONE) 8-data-bits, 1-start-bit, 1-stop-bit RS-485 1/4-load transceivers Duplex is user-selectable 2-wire or 4-wire 5-position depluggable connector Downstream Network Communications Interface Protocol Duplex Load RS-485 Modbus RTU User-selectable 2-wire or 4-wire 1/4-load transceivers Baud Rate User-selectable 2400, 4800, 9600, 19,200 Parity Communication Format Termination LCD Size Backlight Supported Modbus Devices User-selectable NONE, ODD, EVEN 8-data-bits, 1-start-bit, 1-stop-bit 5-position depluggable connector 1 x 4 inch visible area, 2 lines x 16 characters per line Green, User-adjustable brightness in 10 steps Enercept s Multi-Circuit Monitor (MCM8364) Branch Current Monitor (BCM42) Alta Labs Network Temperature/Humidity Sensors (HXO-485, TXO-485, HXO/T-485) 2011 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved. 18
19 MOUNTING TEMPLATE The following template may be used as a guide when installing the display. Schneider Electric Power Monitoring and Control 295 Tech Park Drive, Suite 100 LaVergne, TN (615) Document# Z B March 2011 As standards, specifications and designs develop from time, always ask for confirmation of the information given in this publication. Power Monitoring and Control, ION, ION Enterprise, and Modbus are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Schneider Electric or its affiliates. Other marks used herein may be the property of their respective owners Schneider Electric - All Rights Reserved.
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