ProtoCom-Lon - Sierra Monitor

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Electro Industries’ ProtoCom Training
Presented by:
Sean Gaines
Accounts Development Manager
Presentation Highlights
Session Summary
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Introduction
BMS Networking 101
Installation Overview
ProtoCom Demo
Troubleshooting
⁻ FieldServer Toolbox - Taking Logs
Who is ProtoCessor
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OEM Division of FieldServer Technologies
Leader in the OEM Protocol Gateway market. (190+ OEMs)
We provide preprogrammed/tested protocol gateways for the OEMs.
2 SKU’s preprogrammed to support all OEM meters to multiple protocols.
Complete Turnkey solution
– Dynamically supports 1 or multiple EIG Meters to one ProtoCom
– No configuration files to manual build or load
– Dock to Stock to Field.
– Easiest to install/support
– We are there when YOU need us.
Benefits of The EIG ProtoCom
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Branded Electro Industries
Easiest to Install
The Best Support on Market
2 Part numbers support all of EIG’s BMS needs
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No config files to build/load
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BACnet MS/TP, BACnet/IP, Metasys N2, EtherNet/IP, AB DF1, Modbus TCP/IP
LonWorks
Provides BMS protocols for 9 of EIG’s products
Supports BACnet Virtual nodes.
– Each EIG meter appears as a separate device on BACnet
network.
No Proprietary software needed to install gateway.
BACnet BTL and LonMark Certified
Supported Devices:
Shark® 100 Meter
Shark® 200 Meter
Nexus® 1252 1262 1272 Meters
DMMS 425 Meter
Nexus® 1500 Meter
MP200-Y Metering System
MP200-S Metering System
EIG 2 Methods of Configuration
2 Methods of Configuration:
• Auto-Discover supported RS-485 meters
Modbus RTU
Supports any mix of RS-485 meters:
Serial Protocol
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BACnet MS/TP
Metasys N2
AB DF1
Ethernet Protocols
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BACnet/IP
AB EtherNet/IP
Modbus TCP/IP
EIG 2 Methods of Configuration
2 Methods of Configuration:
• Auto-Discover supported RS-485 meters
Modbus RTU
Supports any mix of RS-485 meters:
• Including multiples of any meters
Serial Protocol
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BACnet MS/TP
Metasys N2
AB DF1
Ethernet Protocols
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BACnet/IP
AB EtherNet/IP
Modbus TCP/IP
EIG 2 Methods of Configuration
2 Methods of Configuration:
• Auto-Discover supported RS-485 meters
• Web-Configurator for Modbus TCP/IP and RS-485 meters
ProtoCom
Serial Protocol
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BACnet MS/TP
Metasys N2
AB DF1
Ethernet Protocols
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BACnet/IP
AB EtherNet/IP
Modbus TCP/IP
Modbus TCP/IP
Modbus RTU
EIG 2 Methods of Configuration
2 Methods of Configuration:
• Auto-Discover supported RS-485 meters
• Web-Configurator for Modbus TCP/IP and RS-485 meters
ProtoCom-Lon
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Modbus TCP/IP
Modbus RTU
LonWorks
Electro Industries ProtoCom
Auto-Discovery
Dynamic Building of Configurations
Auto-Discovery Method:
• Discoverable Profiles are
preloaded for EIG Meters.
• Each Profile has a unique
expected register/value.
• ProtoCom polls each Modbus
Node-ID address 1 to 255.
• Tests each device with stored
Profiles until match is confirmed.
• When a Profile is identified, the
Profile gets loaded into memory.
• Once the polling is completed
(255 node address), Profiles
build and load Configuration file.
• The devices are installed.
Electro Industries ProtoCom
Web-Configuration
Web-Configurator:
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Offers Modbus RTU / Modbus TCP
Profiles for all 9 EIG meters.
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Must be used for Ethernet
meters (Modbus TCP meters
cannot be Auto-Discovered).
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Can also be used for any RS-485
meters (with or without Modbus
RTU Auto-Discovery).
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Dynamically builds the required
Configuration file.
BMS Networking 101:
Primary BMS Network Protocols
North American Market Share
BACnet
Metasys N2
LonWorks
AB DF1 & Others
Modbus
Others
8% 4%
32%
56%
LonWorks
BACnet
BACnet MS/TP vs. BACnet/IP
BACnet
IP
10%
BACnet
MS/TP
90%
BMS Networking 101:
BACnet/IP
Typical BACnet/IP network
• BACnet/IP on Ethernet backbone
– BMS front-ends are on BACnet backbone monitoring/controlling the devices
BMS System
BACnet/IP
Switch/Router
BACnet/IP
BMS Networking 101:
What A BACnet Network Looks Like
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BACnet/IP
Backbone
BACnet MS/TP
Trunk #1
BACnet MS/TP
Trunk #2
Modbus
RTU
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Fire Alarms
Chillers
Boiler Controls
Power Systems
Variable Frequency
Drives
Elevators
Generators
Lighting Controls
HVAC
Security
Indoor Air Quality
Energy Management
Smoke Control
And More
BMS Networking 101:
BACnet MS/TP & BACnet/IP
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BACnet MS/TP
>> BACnet MS/TP MAC Address + BACnet Device Instance
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32 devices per trunk, with multiple trunks
Connected with twisted pair wire; the 2 wires have polarity
Maximum length = 1,000 m
BACnet MS/TP trunks use BACnet routers connect trunks to BACnet/IP backbones
Serial data bandwidth
BACnet/IP
>> Network IP Address + BACnet Device Instance
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Point-to-point wiring; one device per trunk/cable
Connected with CAT5 Ethernet cables
Maximum length = 100 m
Each junction/connection requires switch or router
Ethernet data bandwidth
BMS Networking 101
LonWorks
LonWorks
>> Only a LonWorks Admin can install LonWorks Devices on LonWorks networks.
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Adding a Device is call Commissioning.
Requires a program like LonMaker.
Proprietary hardware and software architecture; Uses Echelon Neuron Chip.
BMS Frontend uses a PC running LonWorks Software.
>> EIG’s responsibility for Installing LonWorks ProtoCom-Lon:
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Wiring the EIG meters to the ProtoCom-Lon.
Connecting ProtoCom-Lon to the LonWorks network; connects with 2 wires (not twisted); No polarity.
Power the device up.
Configure the meters’ Profiles via Auto-Discovery or Web-Configurator.
Contact Network Admin for Commissioning.
Questions You Must Ask
BACnet MS/TP Networks:
• How many Meters do they have on site (to be installed)?
• What is the assigned BACnet MS/TP MAC address?
• What is the desired BACnet Device Instance value?
• What is the BACnet MS/TP baud rate for the BMS RS-485 network?
BACnet/IP Networks:
• How many Meters do they have on site (to be installed)?
• What is the assigned Network IP address for the ProtoNode on the
BMS BACnet/IP network?
• What is the desired BACnet Device Instance value?
EIG Devices and Available Point Count
Section 1.2
Do not exceed the supported point count:
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ProtoCom cannot exceed 1500 Modbus registers
ProtoCom-Lon cannot exceed 1000 Modbus registers
Devices
Point Count
Shark_100
Shark_200
Nexus_1252_1262_1272
DMMS_425
Nexus_1500
MP200Y
MP200S
56
68
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56
241
571
Examples:
Shark 200: 1500 / 68 = 22.05 >> 22 meters max
(MP200S) + (16 x Shark 100) = ?
(571) + (16 x 56) =
(571) + (896) = 1467
Modbus Registers per meter
(MP200Y) + (3 x Shark 200) + (4 x Nexus 1500) =
(241) + (3 x 68) + (4 x 56) =
(241) + (204) + (224) = 669
ProtoCom Installation
1) Set COM Settings on ALL meters
2) ProtoCom DIP Switch Settings
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Select Required Field Protocol (S Bank)
Set BACnet MS/TP MAC Address (A Bank)
Set BACnet MS/TP Baud Rate (B Bank)
Turn on Auto-Discovery - if Discovering RS-485 devices.
3) Wiring
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Wire EIG Modbus RTU meters to ProtoCom’s RS485 FIELD port
And/Or: Wire EIG Modbus/TCP meters to ProtoCom’s Ethernet port
Connect ProtoCom’s HOST port to BMS network (RS-485/Ethernet/LonWorks)
Connect and provide Power to ProtoCom
4) Auto-Discovery and/or Web Configurator
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Discover or select Profiles
5) Change Network IP Address of ProtoCom (BACnet/IP only)
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Set IP Address for BACnet/IP with Web-Configurator
ProtoCom Installation
2.1 – Setting COMS on EIG meters
For Modbus RTU meters:
SET the meter’s Modbus Node-ID
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Modbus Node-ID values range between 1 and 255
Each meter must have a unique Node-ID value
Confirm the Serial Device Communications of the EIG meters
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ALL meters MUST use the SAME SETTINGS, as specified:
These settings were pre-determined and are “hard coded”
For Modbus/TCP meters:
SET the meter’s IP Address
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Must be on the same subnet as ProtoCom
Example: 192.168.1.200
Each meter must have a unique IP address
If the IP Address of the ProtoCom is going to be changed, set meter to use same subnet
SET the meter’s TCP_ID value
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Value must be in the range of 1 – 255 (typical default is 1)
>> Record these values: You will need to know them later for Web-Configuration
ProtoCom Installation
2.2 – Setting BMS Field Protocol
ProtoCom
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SET the desired BMS Field Protocol on ProtoCom with: S0, S1, S2
Use a very small screwdriver; be gentile
ProtoNode FPC-N34
S Bank DIP Switches
Profile
S0
S1
S2
BACnet IP
Off
Off
Off
BACnet MSTP
On
Off
Off
Metasys N2
Off
On
Off
EtherNet IP
On
On
Off
DF1
Off
Off
On
Modbus TCP/IP
On
Off
On
ProtoCom-Lon
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ProtoCom-Lon does not offer protocol options; it offers LonWorks (only)
On ProtoCom-Lon units switches S0, S1, S2 are disabled
Switch Positions:
>> IN = ON
>> OUT = OFF
ProtoCom Installation
2.3 – Enable Auto-Discovery
ProtoCom/ProtoCom-Lon:
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Set DIP switch S3 to the ON position to “Enable Auto-Discovery“ of all of the EIG Modbus RTU Meters
connect to the ProtoCom/ProtoCom-Lon.
LATER in installation: Provide power to ProtoCom; wait 3 minutes for Auto-Discovery to complete.
After Auto-Discovery completes, return DIP switch S3 to the OFF position.
ProtoCom Installation
2.4.1 – Set BACnet MS/TP MAC Address
ProtoCom
BACnet MS/TP Installation:
• Set BACnet MS/TP MAC Address with DIP switch Bank A
– See Appendix C.1 in Startup Guide for DIP switch settings.
– Value can ONLY be set within range of 1 through 127 (Master MAC Addresses).
• Addresses between 128 to 255 are Slave Addresses (not discoverable by BMS).
• Only 1 MAC Address per ProtoCom
ProtoCom Installation
2.4.2 – Set BACnet Device Instance
ProtoCom
BACnet MS/TP and BACnet /IP both have a Device Instance:
• Device Instance = (Modbus Node-ID) + (ProtoCom’s Node_Offset)
• Node_Offset default value is 50,000.
• Node_Offset value can be changed via Web Configurator.
Example
• 1st EIG meter Modbus Node-ID = 1
• 2nd EIG meter Modbus Node-ID = 22
• Default Node_Offset value = 50,000
• 1st EIG meter’s Device Instance = 50,001
• 2nd EIG meter Device Instance = 50,022
ProtoCom Installation
2.5 – Set BACnet MS/TP Baud Rate
ProtoCom
BACnet MSTP Installation:
• Set BACnet MS/TP Baud Rate for the BMS Field Network with DIP switch Bank B
– BACnet MS/TP typically uses 38,400 or 76,800 (factory default = 38,400)
– Metasys N2: Baud switches disabled on FPC-N34; factory set for N2 (9600)
ProtoCom Installation
2.6 – Connect Meters to HOST Port
ProtoCom/ProtoCom-Lon
6-Pin HOST Port connections:
• Connect Meters to RS485 HOST Port using Pins 1 & 2
ProtoCom Installation
2.7 – Wire FIELD Port to the RS485 Network
ProtoCom
3-Pin FIELD Port connections:
• Connect to the BACnet MS/TP (or AB DF1) BMS Network wiring using Pins 1 & 2
ProtoCom Installation
2.7 – Wire FIELD Port to the RS485 Network
ProtoCom-Lon
2-Pin FIELD Port connections:
• Connect to the LonWorks BMS Network with the LonWorks Port using Pins 1 & 2
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Connection is polarity independent
Medium is FT-10. All other LonWorks Mediums require a router.
Network Admin: Commission Network using Service Pin
Service Pin
LonWorks
TP/FT-10
interface
ProtoCom Installation
2.8/2.9 – Power & Auto-Discovery
ProtoCom /ProtoCom-Lon
Powering the Unit:
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Power Unit on Pins shown:
Frame GND must be connected
12-24 Vac or 9-30 Vdc
Auto-Discover RS-485 meters:
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Make sure S3 is turned on before
power application.
Auto-Discover will take 3 minutes
to find all discoverable devices.
One complete TX and RX will flash
Rapidly.
Turn S3 to off position to save
configuration.
ProtoCom Installation
2.10.1 – Set BACnet Device Instance
Enter Node_Offset
ProtoCom Installation
Connecting to Web-Configurator
Web-Configuration
Connecting Laptop to ProtoCom (Section 1.9):
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Set PC’s IP address to same Subnet as ProtoCom
(192.168.1.xxx)
Connect Laptop to Ethernet Port with CAT5 cable
Open browser, enter the ProtoCom’s IP address
(192.168.1.24)
ProtoCom Installation
2.10.1 – Set BACnet Device Instance
ProtoCom
BACnet MS/TP and BACnet /IP both have a Device Instance:
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Device Instance = (Modbus Node-ID) + (ProtoCom’s Node_Offset)
Node_Offset default value is 50,000.
Node_Offset value can be changed via Web Configurator.
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Node_Offset (required) = Device Instance (desired) - Node_ID
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Desired Device Instance for 1st device = 1,001
Device 1 has a Modbus Node-ID of 1
Node_Offset (required) = 1,001 - (Node_ID) = 1,001 - 1 = 1,000
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The Node_Offset value will be applied to all devices.
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Device 1 Instance will then be 1,000 + Node_ID = 1,000 + 1 = 1,001
Device 2 Instance will then be 1,000 + Node_ID = 1,000 + 22 = 1,022
Device 3 Instance will then be 1,000 + Node_ID = 1,000 + 33 = 1,033
ProtoCom Installation
2.10.1 – Set BACnet IP Address
Click this button
ProtoCom Installation
2.10.1 – Set BACnet IP Address
Expand Tree
> Select Network Settings
Enter IP Address
Web Configuration
Adding Additional Meters (RS-485 or Ethernet)
Click “Add” button
Web Configuration
Adding Additional Meters (RS-485 or Ethernet)
Select a Profile
Web Configuration
Adding Additional Meters (RS-485 or Ethernet)
Enter Meter’s IP Address
Enter Meter’s TCP_ID
Plus fictitious Node-ID value:
Range = 1-255
ProtoCom uses it for setting
BACnet Device Instance
Web Configuration
Adding Additional Meters (RS-485 or Ethernet)
BACnet Device Instance
for each EIG meter:
50,001
50,022
50,033
50,044
Electro Industries Demo
ProtoCom Demo
Debugging Tools
Troubleshooting
Using FieldServer’ Toolbox
Taking a Serial Data Capture
Debugging Tools
Requirements for successful data capture
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Laptop must be on same subnet as FieldServer
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Diagnostic event must occur while capturing
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If Ethernet traffic is important, Wireshark must be running at the same time
Debugging Tools – Tool Box
FST Toolbox available on www.ProtoCessor.com website
Main Menu > Tech Support > Utilities & Design Documents
Debugging Tools – Tool Box
Debugging Tools – Tool Box
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Log File found in folder:
C:\FieldServer\FieldServer Toolbox\Config\Diagnostic_YYYY-MM-DD_HH-MM
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Log zipped for user convenience: Diagnostic_2014-09-23_13-45.zip
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Diagnostic event must occur while capturing
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If Ethernet traffic is important, Wireshark must be running at the same time
ProtoCessor Contact Information
Support Contacts:
Clarke Ramilo, Senior Application Engineer
8:00 am – 5:00 pm Pacific Time
FieldServer Technologies
1991 Tarob Court, Milpitas CA 95035
408-964-4444
[email protected] or [email protected]
Sean Gaines, Accounts Development Manager
8:30 am – 5:30 pm East Coast Time (Call me anytime; leave message)
408-964-4408
978-302-7239 Cell
[email protected]
www.ProtoCessor.com
THANK YOU!
…..for taking the time to attend this
presentation.
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