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PSM-DC1006 NET/SERIAL

User Guide and Instruction Manual

PSM-DC1006 N ET /S ERIAL User Guide and Instruction Manual Release 3.4 December 2005 Har Hotzvim

Release 3.4

December 2005

Har Hotzvim Industrial Park, 14 Hartom St., P.O.B. 45029, Jerusalem 97774, Israel

Tel: 02-588-8222 Email: info@gamatronic.co.il

Fax: 02-582-8875 Web: www.gamatronic.com

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WARNING

The management and control program that you purchased makes it possible for you to control a Power System.

This EMS application enables you to change parameters related to the daily or periodic operation of the system, system faults, etc., and save them in the power system. It is solely the responsibility of the customer to change these parameters and to save those changes in the system.

Modification of parameters by an unauthorized user can cause problems, faults and/or other damage to the system. Gamatronic is in no way responsible for changes made by users or for their effect on the power system.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. GENERAL INFORMATION

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1.1 Table of Specifications 1

2. INSTALLATION 2

2.1 Installing the Software

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2.2 Setting the IP Address of the Controller

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2.3 Connecting the Computer to the Power System

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2.4 Activating the Program

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3. THE MAIN SCREEN

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3.1 Measurement Gauges

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3.2 Digital (7-Segment) Display

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3.3 Fault Status

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3.4 General Status Modes 9

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3.5 Picture of the Controller

3.6 Communication Data on the Status Bar 11

3.7 Event Log

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3.8 The PCM-DC1006 Toolbar (Net only)

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4. MENUS

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4.1 File Menu

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4.2 Connection Menu (Serial only)

14

4.3 View Menu

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4.4 Tools Menu

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4.5 Log Menu

21

4.6 Battery Menu

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4.7 Help Menu

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5. CONFIGURING THE SC 1006NET CONTROLLER

23

5.1 General Configuration 24

5.2 Setting Values 25

5.3 Setting Alarms

26

5.4 Setting Dry Contacts

27

6. OPERATING THE SC1006 CONTROLLER 29

6.1 Battery Test 29

6.2 Battery Charge Mode 29

6.3 LVD 29

6.4 Restarting the Controller

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7. APPENDIX A: HARDWARE CONNECTORS

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8. APPENDIX B: IP FIELD VALUES 34

9. APPENDIX C: TROUBLESHOOTING 35

10. APPENDIX D: CONFIGURING THE MODEMS

35

10.1

Example of Modem settings

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LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: Adapting a RJ45 to a Serial Connector

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Figure 2: The Main Screen (Serial)

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Figure 3: The SC 1006NET Power System Controller

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Figure 4: PSM-DC 1006 toolbar (Net mode only)

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Figure 5: Preferences window

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Figure 6: Notification Settings Window – Pop-up Tab

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Figure 7: E-mail tab

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Figure 8: SMS Notification Window

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Figure 9: Net Messages Window

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Figure 10: General Configuration tab

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Figure 11: Set Values tab

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Figure 12: Set Alarms tab

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Figure 13: Set Dry Contacts Screen

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Figure 14: Cable Connecting the Power System to the Computer

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Figure 15: Serial Configuration

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Figure 16: Net Configuration

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LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: PSM-DC1006 specifications

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Table 2: List of possible UPS faults

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Table 3: Toolbar buttons

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Table 4: Parameters of the Preferences window

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Table 5: Settings in the General Configuration tab

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Table 6: Parameters in the Set Values tab

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Table 7: Parameters in the Set Alarm tab

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Table 8: Faults reportable by the SC 100NET contorller

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Table 9: Internet Protocol field values

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Table 10: Example of modem settings

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1. GENERAL INFORMATION

There are two PSM-DC1006 Power System Monitor programs:

PSM-DC 1006 Serial - for a computer connected to the power system's controller via a serial cable or a modem.

PSM-DC 1006 Net - for a computer connected to the power system's controller via the ethernet. These programs are password-protected. Each time you log onto the program a password is requested the first time you try to change one of the settings or perform an action. You are not allowed to do this if you do not respond with the correct password.

1.1 Table of Specifications

Table 1: PSM-DC1006 specifications

FEATURE

Program

Devices

Communication

Operating System

Hardware Required

General Features

Communication

Features

User Interface Features

DESCRIPTION

PSM-DC1006

Gamatronic Power System SC1006

RS232, SNMP/PPP

WINTEL

PEN II, 32MB MEM, 10 MB HD, SERIAL/NETWORK PORT, Network Adaptor\Serial cable\Modem\phone line

One program supports one system Real-time alarm and status information Installation possible in all Microsoft environments Multi-language support Customization to meet client requirements

Access from any location in the world via modem or Ethernet Remote communication by automatic dialing via a modem

Access from any location in the world via modem or Ethernet Remote communication by automatic dialing

User-friendly Graphic User Interface LED indicators, 7-Segment Display, Toolbar Pushbutton controls Fault history and statistics logs User-programmed Dry Contacts, Alarms & Network Settings LVD and Power Supply Control

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2. INSTALLATION

2.1 Installing the Software

To install both programs:

1. Close all open application programs on your computer.

2. Place the PSM-DC 1006 disk or CD in your computer; the Setup program Welcome window should appear automatically.

If the Welcome window does not appear then in Windows Explorer, display the directory of the PSM-DC 1006 disk and double-click on the file setup.exe. The Welcome window appears.

Click Next.

3. A legal warning message is displayed. Please read it, then click Next.

4. The Select Destination Location panel appears. Specify the destination directory for the PSM-DC 1006 programs and files, then click Next.

5. The Select Start Menu Folder panel appears. Specify the folder and subfolder where you want PSM-DC 1006 to appear on your Start Menu, then click Next.

6. The Select Additional Tasks panel appears. If you wish to have a shortcut icon for PSM-DC 1006 added either to your Windows desktop or to the Quick Launch area of your Windows Taskbar, select the appropriate checkbox.

Click Next.

7. A summary of the install parameters is displayed. If the parameters are correct, click Next. If you want to change any of the values, click Back as many times as necessary until you arrive at the parameter that you want to change.

Otherwise, click Install.

The install wizard copies the software to your computer.

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8. When the wizard finishes copying files to your computer, the Completing the Set-up Wizard screen is displayed.

the Completing the Set-up Wizard screen is displayed. On this final panel of the Setup Wizard

On this final panel of the Setup Wizard you can choose to:

Launch PSM-DC 1006.

Read the ReadMe file (recommended)

Read the Warning notice (recommended)

Register online to receive future software updates (recommended)

Click Finish to exit the install wizard.

2.2 Setting the IP Address of the Controller

The power system’s controller must have an IP address before PSM-DC 1006 can be connected to it.

To set the IP address of the controller via its front panel:

1. Press ENT +

of the controller via its front panel: 1. Press ENT + to enter Editing Mode. 2.

to enter Editing Mode.

2. Use the arrow buttons to reach the B1 field on the 7-Segment Display (the cursor moves to a different field each time an arrow is pressed).

3. Press ENT to make it possible to edit that field.

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4. Use the arrow buttons to change the value of the field (the value of the field changes each time an arrow is pressed). (See Appendix B: IP Field Values, page 34)

5. Press ENT to save the changes made in the field.

6. Use the arrow buttons to reach the B* field.

7. Press ESC to exit Editing Mode.

To set the IP address of the controller via the Main Window of PSM-DC

1006:

1. Click the Address field at the top of the Main Window

1. Click the Address field at the top of the Main Window 2. Type the IP

2. Type the IP address of the controller into the Address field.

To connect PSM-DC 1006Net to power system's controller:

Click the

When PSM-DC 1006 is in communication with the power system the appearance of the address bar changes to:

next to the Address field. Address field.

of the address bar changes to: next to the Address field. To disconnect PSM-DC1006 from the

To disconnect PSM-DC1006 from the power system's controller:

Click the

next to the Address field.field. To disconnect PSM-DC1006 from the power system's controller: Click the 4 Installation PSM-DC1006 Net/Serial

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2.3 Connecting the Computer to the Power System

The SC1006 controller has either a serial or net configuration. It is possible to change the controller configuration from Net to Serial and back by simply changing the jumpers on the Controller Card (PC157) (see Error! Reference source not found., page 32).

2.3.1 Connecting to a Local Power System

PSM-DC 1006 Serial

Attach the RJ45 contactor to the D9 female connector to connect the Com port of the computer to the front of the power system's controller.

computer to the front of the power system's controller. Figure 1: Adapting a RJ45 to a

Figure 1: Adapting a RJ45 to a Serial Connector

PSM-DC 1006 Net

1. Connect a crossed net cable from the net outlet on your computer to the socket on the front of the power system's controller.

2. Set the controller's IP address (see Setting the IP Address of the Controller, page 3).

2.3.2 Connecting to a Remote Power System

PSM-DC 1006 Serial Two modems are required to connect to a remote power system.

To connect the modems:

1. Connect one modem to a phone line and to the computer's Com port.

2. Connect the other modem to a phone line and to the controller's communication socket.

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3. Configure both modems (see Appendix D: Configuring the Modems, page 34).

PSM-DC 1006 Net Set the IP address of the controller (see Setting the IP Address of the Controller, page 3).

2.4 Activating the Program

To activate PSM-DC 1006 Net or PSM-DC 1006 Serial:

Click its icon on the Desktop.

To deactivate the software:

Click the

icon on the Desktop . To deactivate the software: Click the button in the main PSM-DC1006

button in the main PSM-DC1006 window.

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3. THE MAIN SCREEN

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Figure 2: The Main Screen (Serial)

The Main Screen displays updated, real-time information on the status of the power system via:

Measurement gauges

Fault status list

General status menu

Picture of the power system's controller

Communication information in Status bar

The power system is controlled via:

Menu options (see Menus, page 14)

Toolbar buttons (see The PCM-DC1006 Toolbar (Net only), page 13.)

Control Buttons on the picture of the controller (see Control Buttons on the Controller, page 11.

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Note: PSM-DC1006 also contains an address bar with the IP address of the power system and a button for connecting/disconnecting to and from that address.

3.1 Measurement Gauges

The measurement gauges on the Main Screen report the status of the:

DC Voltage - Output voltage

Load Current - Current drawn by the load

DC Current - Current from rectifiers

Battery Current - Current from batteries

AC Input - Input voltage from the mains

The DC Voltage and AC Input gauges also have warning LEDs that light up if the measured value is outside the range set by the manufacturer or the user.

is outside the range set by the manufacturer or the user. 3.2 Digital (7-Segment) Display The
is outside the range set by the manufacturer or the user. 3.2 Digital (7-Segment) Display The

3.2 Digital (7-Segment) Display

The digital display in the picture of the controller always displays the same information as one of the measurement gauges. The lit LED under the digital display indicates which data is being displayed:

VDC = DC Voltage

Arect = DC Current

Abatt = Battery Current

Aload = Load Current

Temp = Temperature

The Main Screen also digitally displays the real-time value of:

AC Frequency

DC Power

Load Power

value of: • AC Frequency • DC Power • Load Power 3.2.1 Temperature The real-time temperature

3.2.1 Temperature The real-time temperature of the Power System \ Battery is displayed under the picture of the controller. A red warning LED lights up if the temperature is above or below the range specified by the manufacturer or the user.

is above or below the range specified by the manufacturer or the user. 8 The Main

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3.3 Fault Status

The following faults are listed in the Fault Status list on the Main Screen:

Table 2: List of possible UPS faults

FAULT

DESCRIPTION

LVD1 Driven open

Low Voltage Disconnector 1 opened due to low output voltage (battery isdisconnected from system)

LVD2 Driven open

Low Voltage Disconnector 2 opened due to low output voltage (second battery is disconnected from system) Note: This only appears when there are 2 LVDs in the system.

Aux Contact open

Auxillary input dry contact open

Aux Breaker open

Auxillary input circuit breaker open

Battery Breaker open

Battery circuit breaker open (batteries are disconnected from system - no system backup or charging)

Load Breaker open

Load circuit breaker open (load is disconnected from system)

Rectifier (one or more)

Rectifier(s) are not OK

LVD Bypass closed

Fault in LVD Bypass (prevents LVD from functioning)

Batt1 Test fault

Fault in Battery 1

Batt2 Test fault

Fault in Battery 2

DC LowLow

DC output is too low

Temp. Sensor Fault

Fault in one of the 2 temperature sensors

The LED light next to each parameter shows its status. A red light indicates that the fault is active. An unlit LED indicates that the fault is inactive.

3.4 General Status Modes

A

power system that is working properly is in Normal mode. Equalizing mode

is

a forced accelerated charging of the batteries that lasts 180 minutes.

An event changes the General status (mode) of the system to one of the following modes:

Manual Equalizing (The system was manually put into Equalizing mode)

Auto Equalizing (The system automatically went into Equalizing mode because the batteries were flat or because the set period of time between equalizings of the battery elapsed)

Battery #1 Test (Battery #1 is being tested)

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Battery #2 Test (Battery #2 is being tested)

The LED indicator next to General Status is lit when the system is not in Normal mode.

To view the new general status mode of the power system: Click General Status. The General Status menu appears with a lit LED indicator next to the name of the new general status mode. Elapsed run time counter located next to the status indicator.

run time counter located next to the status indicator. 3.5 Picture of the Controller The picture
run time counter located next to the status indicator. 3.5 Picture of the Controller The picture

3.5 Picture of the Controller

The picture of the controller on the Main Screen displays exactly the same information as the controller on the power system itself.

information as the controller on the power system itself. Figure 3: The SC 1006NET Power System

Figure 3: The SC 1006NET Power System Controller

3.5.1 LED Indicator Lights on the Controller

The LED indicator lights in the controller's picture convey the following information:

The Fault LED indicator lights up if there is a fault in the system.

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The LED lights under the 7-Segment Display indicate which information is currently being displayed on it (see Digital (7-Segment) Display, page

8).

Lit Link and Act LED lights indicate that there is active communication between the controller and the program. They are unlit when the controller is disconnected.

The other LED lights indicate the status of the power system:

AC is lit when there is voltage in the Mains.

LVD is lit when an LVD is open.

BATT blinks when the battery is being tested

BATT is lit when the battery is OK.

BATT is unlit when the battery fails the battery test.

FL/EQ is lit when the system is in FLOATING mode.

FL/EQ blinks when the system is in EQUALIZING mode.

3.5.2

Control Buttons on the Controller

Only three control buttons are active on the Controller in the program. Clicking them has the following results:

Batt Test - Manually starts a battery test

EQ - Manually puts the system into Equalizing mode (accelerated battery charging)

Reset - Restarts the controller

The ENT and ESC buttons on the Controller are not active in the program.

3.6 Communication Data on the Status Bar

General information regarding the status of communication between PSM-DC

1006 and the SC1006 UPS Controller is displayed in the status bar at the bottom

of

the screen. Different information is displayed for the Net and Serial versions

of

PSM-DC1006.

3.6.1 PSM-DC1006 Serial

A sample display of communication data for PSM-DC 1006 Serial is:

Power System is connected to COM1

16:47:01

ID = 81 0 12 20

Run time: 4:34:24

18.02.2004

Num of Boots: 0

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The meaning of this is:

Power System is connected to COM1 - The power system is connected to the COM1 port of the computer. The message DISCONNECTED appears here when the system is disconnected from the computer, indicating a communication failure. It is not possible to control or monitor the system when it is disconnected.

18.02.2001 16:46:07 - Current date and time

Run time: 4:34:24 - Amount of time since the controller was restarted

Num of Boots: 0 - Number of times the system has been restarted (Restart Counter).

Soft ID = 93 0 12 20 - System’s identity number as defined by the user

3.6.2 PSM-DC 1006 NET

A sample display of communication data for PSM-DC 1006 NET is:

Run Time: 22:00:57 13/02/2005 10:26:19

S/N: 23032

Last Response

The meaning of this display is:

Run Time: 22:00:57 - Length of time since the controller was restarted

S/N: 23032 - Controller’s serial number

Last Response: Date and time the program was last updated with data from the controller

RTC: 16-05-05 08:17:20 – “Real Time Clock”: Date and time as calculated by the SC 1006NET Controller.

3.7 Event Log

The Event Log displays the history of the power system's faults.

Right-clicking the Event Log opens the Event Log menu which contains the following options:

View log - Full screen view of the log with an option for printing it

Clear - Erases the contents of the Event Log from the controller and the local database on your computer

Sort log - Sorts the events in the log according to date or alphabetic order

log - Sorts the events in the log according to date or alphabetic order 12 The

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The software is notified of events by the controller, and writes the information to the log. The size of the log is limited only by the amount of disk space available.

3.8 The PCM-DC1006 Toolbar (Net only)

disk space available. 3.8 The PCM-DC1006 Toolbar (Net only) Figure 4: PSM-DC 1006 toolbar (Net mode

Figure 4: PSM-DC 1006 toolbar (Net mode only)

The buttons on the toolbar fulfill the same functions as some of the Menu options and control buttons. The following table describes the connection between the toolbar buttons, the menu options, the keyboard shortcuts, and the control buttons on the picture of the controller.

Table 3: Toolbar buttons

BUTTON

KEYBOARD

MENU OPTIONS

CONTROL

SHORTCUT

BUTTONS

Preferences  View Menu > Preferences  

 

View Menu > Preferences

 

View Settings  Tools Menu > Settings  

 

Tools Menu > Settings

 

Go Battery BoostCTRl+B Battery Menu > Go Boost EQ

CTRl+B

Battery Menu > Go Boost

EQ

Go BatteryCTRL+F Battery Menu > Go Floating  

CTRL+F

Battery Menu > Go Floating

 

Floating

Test BatteryCTRL+T Battery Menu > Test Batt Test

CTRL+T

Battery Menu > Test

Batt Test

Abort BatteryCTRL+ALT+T Battery Menu > Abort Test  

CTRL+ALT+T

Battery Menu > Abort Test

 

Test

Restart Controller  Tools Menu > Restart Controller Reset

 

Tools Menu > Restart Controller

Reset

View Log  Log Menu > View Log  

 

Log Menu > View Log

 

Notification  Tools > Notification Settings  

 

Tools > Notification Settings

 

Settings

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4. MENUS

The options in the following menus enable you to view additional information about the power system's status and to manage the system by changing its default or current parameters.

File Menu

Connection Menu (Serial Only)

View Menu (Net only)

Tools Menu

Log Menu

Battery Menu

Help Menu

4.1 File Menu

Choose the Exit option to close PSM-DC 1006.

4.2 Connection Menu (Serial only)

The Connection menu's options let you control the computer's connection to the controller:

Connection

Modem

Wait for Alarm Trap

4.2.1 Connection Choosing the Connection option opens the Select COM port connected to controller window in which you can select the port connecting the computer with the controller.

Click the com port you want to use to connect to the controller or click AUTO if you want the computer to select the port.

connect to the controller or click AUTO if you want the computer to select the port.

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4.2.2 Modem

Choosing the Modem option makes Connect by Modem window appear.

Enter the telephone number (including area codes if necessary) of the power system in the Calling to number field.

of the power system in the Calling to number field. 4.2.3 Wait for alarm trap This

4.2.3 Wait for alarm trap

This option makes the program wait for the controller to contact it when there is an alarm.

4.3 View Menu

Choose the View menu>Preferences option to open the Preferences window. The options in this window are for computers that work on an older network infrastructure such as modem lines, ISDN, etc. They are explained in the following table.

IS DN, etc. They are explained in the following table. Figure 5: Preferences window PSM-DC1006 Net/Serial

Figure 5: Preferences window

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Table 4: Parameters of the Preferences window

PARAMETERS

DESCRIPTION

Time out

Sets the length of time that must elapse without communication with the controller before there is a "No communication" alarm and the computer is considered to be disconnected from the controller.

Poll every

Sets how often the status of the power system is checked (polled)

Reconnect after disconnect

Enables/disables the ability of the program to automatically attempt reconnecting to the controller after it is disconnected

with delay

Sets how long the computer must be disconnected from the controller before the program can automatically attempt to reconnect them.

Retransmits

Sets how many times the program automatically attempts to reconnect the controller to the computer.

Dial a connection before start polling

To have PSM-DC1006 dial a connection using a phone line or IDSN, or to connect to a Virtual Private Network over the Internet, or open a broadband connection to the Internet. If you are connected to the Gamatronic Controller over a LAN, do not select this setting.

Connections

IP address or URL of connection

Phone Number

Phone number of dial-up connection.

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4.4 Tools Menu

The Tools menu contains the following options:

Settings - Opens the Settings window in which you can change the controller's configuration (see

Configuring , page 23)

Restart Controller - Restarts the controller (this does not influence the operation of the power system)

Reset Restart Counter (Serial version only) - Resets to zero the Restart Count meter at the bottom of the Main Screen.

Set Current Offset (Serial version only) - Sets the amount by which the measurement of the current has to be corrected to be accurate.

Limit Setting (Serial version only) - Opens a window in which you can specify the permitted range of values voltages can be given when configured in the Settings window's Set Values screen.

Set Password - Changes the password (see 4.4.2, Set Password, on page

17)

Relay Test (Serial version only) - Starts a test of each of the controller's four relays

Set Calibration Values - Enter the actual (measured) value of the input and output current and voltage

Notification Settings – Described in Section 4.4.1 Notification Settings on page 17.

4.4.1 Notification Settings

The Notification Settings screen lets you specify the manner in which you are notified about UPS events.

To set the Notification Settings parameters, in the PSM-DC1006 menu bar select Tools > Notification Settings, or click the Notification Settings button .

The Notification Settings window is displayed, as shown in Figure 6 on page 18. The Nofification Settings window is made up of several tabs, corresponding to the possible modes of notification:

Pop-Up Window

E-Mail

SMS

Net Message

modes of notification: • Pop-Up Window • E-Mail • SMS • Net Message PSM-DC1006 Net/Serial Menus

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You can receive more than one type of notification (for example, a pop-up window and an audio notification).

(for example, a pop-up window and an audio notification). Figure 6: Notification Settings Window – Pop-up

Figure 6: Notification Settings Window – Pop-up Tab

4.4.1.1 Pop-Up Messages Tab

When the pop-up notification is enabled, PSM-DC1006 sends a pop-up message for various types of events. The message text for each kind of alarm is defined in the Pop-Up Messages tab. You can modify the message text if you so desire.

If the UPS recovers from an alarm condition, a notification message is also generated. The text of the recovery message is defined in the Recovered Alarm Notifications sub-tab of the Pop-Up Messages Tab. You can modify the text of the recovery message if you like.

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4.4.1.2 E-Mail Tab

In the E-Mail notifications tab you can configure PSM-DC1006 to sending e- mail notifications of alarm events:

4.

Type the necessary information in each of the fields:

Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP) – email server to use

Port - SMTP port

Type – Type of sending e-mail account:

If the sending e-mail account requires a logon, choose Simple Login and fill in the Account and Password fields below.

If no logon to the account is required, select None and leave the Account and Password fields blank.

Account - Name of PSM-DC1006's e-mail account

Password - Password to PSM-DC1006's e-mail account

Outgoing Email - Address from which the e-mail notification will be sent.

Senders - Address to which the e-mail notification will be sent.

5.

Click OK.

which the e-mail notification will be sent. 5. Click OK . Figure 7: E-mail tab PSM-DC1006

Figure 7: E-mail tab

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4.4.1.3 SMS Tab

The SMS tab of the Notifications window lets you to configure PSM- DC1006 to send an SMS messages to a cellular system receiver when an UPS alarm condition occurs. Note: To use the SMS Notification feature you must have a cellular modem attached to your computer.

1. Select the Com port to which the cellular modem is attached.

the Com port to which the cellular modem is attached. Figure 8: SMS Notification Window 2.

Figure 8: SMS Notification Window

2. In the Senders field, type the number of the cell phone that will receive the message.

3. Click OK.

4.4.1.4 Net Message Tab

To have an alarm condition generate a Net message, in the Net Message tab of the Notifications window click Browse Network to locate the target system, or click Add to add an address.

The alarm message appears on that computer's screen.

The alarm message appears on that computer's screen. Figure 9: Net Messages Window 20 Menus PSM-DC1006

Figure 9: Net Messages Window

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4.4.2 Set Password

This option allows you to change your password.

To change your password:

4. Enter your old password in the Old password field.

5. Enter your new password in the New password field.

6. Re-enter your new password in the Re-type password field.

Re-enter your new password in the Re-type password field. Note: When using this program for the

Note: When using this program for the first time, enter the password received from the manufacturer into the first field.

4.5 Log Menu

The Log menu is the same Event Log menu that appears when you right-click the Event Log on the Main Screen (see Event Log, page 12).

4.6 Battery Menu

The Battery menu contains the following options that enable you to change the mode in which the batteries operate:

Go Floating – Returns the batteries to normal charge mode

Go Boost (Equalizing) - Changes the battery charge mode to Boost or Equalizing mode. An equalize charge is often defined as a controlled overcharge. In reality it is a true 100% full charge of your battery bank. Since finishing the last ten percent of a full charge takes a disproportionately long amount of time and is less efficient in energy use, we do not recommend you attempt to complete a full charge every time you charge.

attempt to complete a full charge every time you charge. In the Set Values tab of

In the Set Values tab of the Settings screen (

interval of days after which an equalizing charge is automatically

performed.

) you can define a regular

The equalize charge should be accomplished at least once per month to ensure that the individual cells within the batteries are fully charged, equal to one another, and that the electrolyte is stirred up by the gassing of the cells.

Test - Manually starts a test of the power system's batteries. The time remaining in the test is displayed on the screen for the duration of the

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battery test. When the test is finished, the results are displayed on the screen.

Abort Battery Test (Net Version only) - Manually stops a battery test.

LVD1 - Closes or opens the LVD1 switch that connects the batteries to the load.

LVD1 - Closes or opens the LVD1 switch that connects the batteries to the load.

To change the battery’s operating mode:

Click one of the options in the Battery menu.

Note: The battery’s current mode is grayed out in the Battery menu.

4.7 Help Menu

The About option in this menu provides precise information about the program's name and version number.

The About option in PSM-DC 1006 Net also provides more information about the controller.

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5. CONFIGURING THE SC 1006NET CONTROLLER

The SC 1006NET controller can be configured via the options in the Settings window.

To open the Settings window:

Choose the Tools menu>Settings option, or click the Settings icon

The Settings window is made up of several tabs:

General Configuration

Set Values

Set Alarms

Set Dry Contacts

The parameter values displayed in the Settings window come from the controller. The Settings window is automatically updated when the values of these parameters are changed in the controller.

To use the Settings window to change the configuration of the controller:

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1. Change the value of field(s) in one of the Settings window screens.

2. Use one of the following three options for sending the new settings to the controller:

Click the Apply button to send the settings to the controller and keep the Settings window open so you can continue to modify settings in it.

Click the OK button to send the settings to the controller and close the Settings window.

Click the Save User Default button to save the settings as User Default settings.

To restore the original values to fields in the Settings window:

Click the Default button.

To restore the saved User Default values to fields in the Settings window:

Click the Restore User Default button.

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5.1 General Configuration

Industries Ltd. User Guide 5.1 General Configuration Figure 10: General Configuration tab The settings in the

Figure 10: General Configuration tab

The settings in the General Configuration screen are described below.

Table 5: Settings in the General Configuration tab

PARAMETERS

MEANING

Network Definition

 

IP Address

Legal address of the power system

Subnet Mask

Address of the power system on the local network

Gateway

Address of the gateway to the power system's local network

Num. of PS

(Serial version only) - Number of rectifiers in the power system

Num. of LVDs

Number of LVDs in the power system

System

(Serial version only) -Output voltage of power system

Enable Special Features

(Serial version only)

Modem Dial on Alarm

Modem dials a telephone number to notify about an alarm

Phone number

Telephone number the modem dials in case of an alarm

Soft ID

(Serial version only) - User-specified ID number of the power system

Refresh controller every ** sec(s)

(Serial version only) - How often the information displayed on the Main Screen is updated

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5.2 Setting Values

This screen allows you to define the nominal values of the power system parameters described below. All of these parameters affect the operation of the power system as soon as you click the OK button. The exceptions are the parameters with a check box next to them. - they only take affect when their check box is selected.

- they only take affect when their check box is selected. Figure 11: Set Values tab

Figure 11: Set Values tab

Table 6: Parameters in the Set Values tab

 

PARAMETERS

 

MEANING

Trip Voltage LVD1

Threshold voltage for opening Low Voltage Disconnector 1

Trip Voltage LVD2

Threshold voltage for opening Low Voltage Disconnector 2

DC

Boost

DC

output voltage when battery is in Equalizing mode

DC

Float

DC

output voltage when battery is in Floating mode

Batt Test Voltage

Output voltage of rectifiers drops to this level during battery test

Batt Capacity

Battery's Amperes per hour nominal discharge capacity

Battery Current Limit

Battery charge current limit: prevents too high current destroying battery

Temp Compensation

Coefficient by which the charge voltage for batteries is modified to compensate for high or low battery temperature

LVDs Hysteresis

Gap between the opening and closing voltage of an LVD

Batt Test Top Time

Absolute maximum time limit for battery test (minutes) - test aborts if time limit exceeded

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PARAMETERS

MEANING

AutoBatt Test every

Number of days between automatic battery tests

Equalizing Top Time

Absolute maximum time limit for performance of accelerated battery charging (hours) - charging aborts if time limit exceeded

Auto Equalizing period

Number of days between automatic accelerated battery charging

Real Time Clock – RTC

Sets the date and time of the controller’s Real Time Clock

5.3 Setting Alarms

This screen allows you to specify the minimum and maximum limits of the permitted range for the power system parameters described below. An alarm is set off when a power system parameter is outside the specified range.

a power system parame ter is outside the specified range. Figure 12: Set Alarms tab 26

Figure 12: Set Alarms tab

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The significance of these alarms thresholds is explained in Table 7:

Table 7: Parameters in the Set Alarm tab

 

ALARM

 

MEANING

AC

Low Alarm

AC

voltage this number triggers an alarm

AC

High Alarm

AC

voltage this number triggers an alarm

DC

High Voltage Alarm (Floating)

DC

output voltage this value triggers an alarm in Floating mode

DC

Low Voltage Alarm (Floating)

DC

output voltage this value triggers an alarm in Floating mode

DC

LowLow Voltage Alarm

DC

output voltage this value triggers an alarm in Floating mode

(Floating)

 

DC

High Volt Alarm (Equalizing)

DC

output voltage this value triggers an alarm in Equalizing

mode

DC

Low Volt Alarm (Equalizing)

DC

output voltage this value triggers an alarm in Equalizing

mode

DC

LowLow Volt Alarm

DC

output voltage this value triggers an alarm in Equalizing

(Equalizing)

mode

Batt Test Alarm

Battery output voltage during test < this number triggers an

alarm

Over Temperature

Battery temperature this number triggers an alarm

5.4 Setting Dry Contacts

This screen enables you to specify which of the faults described below are monitored by each dry contact. It does this by allowing you to link faults to each of the power system's 3 dry contacts. A fault can be linked to more than one contact. An unlimited number of faults can be linked to each contact.

When a linked fault is active, its LED lights up in the Fault Status list in the Main Window.

Each of the sixteen faults listed on the screen has 3 lights next to it (one for each contact). A light can have one of three colors:

Grey - fault isn't linked to that dry contact

Green - fault is linked to that dry contact

Red - fault is active.

To connect/disconnect a fault and a contact:

Click on that contact's light next to the fault.

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Gamatronic Electronic Industries Ltd. User Guide Figure 13: Set Dry Contacts Screen The significance of these

Figure 13: Set Dry Contacts Screen

The significance of these faults is explained in Table 8:

Table 8: Faults reportable by the SC 100NET contorller

 

FAULT

MEANING

AC

Low

Low voltage in mains

Batt#2 Test fault

Fault in Battery 2

Batt#1 Test fault

Fault in Battery 1

LVD-2 Driven open

Low Voltage Disconnector 2 opened due to low output voltage (batteries disconnected from system)

LVD-1 Driven open

Low Voltage Disconnector 1 opened due to low output voltage (batteries disconnected from system)

Aux Contact open

Auxillary input dry contact open

Aux Breaker open

Auxillary input circuit breaker open

Battery Breaker open

Battery circuit breaker open (batteries is disconnected from system - no system backup or charging)

Load Breaker open

Load circuit breaker open (load is disconnected from system)

DC

LowLow

DC output too low

Rectifier

Rectifier is not OK

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Over Temperature

Battery temperature high

LVD Bypass closed

Fault in LVD Bypass (prevents LVD from functioning)

DC

High

DC

output high

DC

Low

DC

output low

AC

High

High voltage in mains

6. OPERATING THE SC1006 CONTROLLER

You control the operation of the SC 1006NET controller with the software's toolbar buttons (see The PCM-DC1006 Toolbar (Net only), page 13), the Settings window (see

Configuring the SC 1006NET Controller, page 23), and the options in the Battery menu.

6.1 Battery Test

The battery test automatically starts and stops according to the parameters defined in the Settings window (see

Configuring the SC 1006NET Controller, page 23).

To manually start a battery test:

From the PSM-DC 1006 NET menu bar, select Battery > Test.

To manually stop a battery test:

From the PSM-DC 1006 NET menu bar, select Battery > Abort Test.

6.2 Battery Charge Mode

The SC 1006NET controller automatically starts and stops Equalizing charging according to the parameters defined in the Settings window (see

Configuring the SC 1006NET Controller, page 23).

To manually start equalizing:

From the PSM-DC 1006 NET menu bar, select Battery > Go Boost.

To manually stop equalizing:

From the PSM-DC 1006 NET menu bar, select Battery > Go Floating.

6.3 LVD

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number of hours (see Configuring the SC 1006NET Controller, page 23). Opening an LVD shuts down a battery (to prevent battery damage). An LVD automatically opens when the output voltage is less than its trip voltage. It automatically closes when the output voltage increases to the value of its Trip Voltage + the value of the LVDs Hysteresis. You can also manually close or open LVDs.

To manually open LVD1:

From the PSM-DC 1006 NET menu bar, select Battery > LVD1 > Open.

To manually close LVD1:

From the PSM-DC 1006 NET menu bar, select Battery > LVD1 > Close.

To manually open LVD2:

From the PSM-DC 1006 NET menu bar, select Battery > LVD2 > Open.

To manually close LVD2:

From the PSM-DC 1006 NET menu bar, select Battery > LVD2 > Close.

6.4 Restarting the Controller

The controller must be restarted after changes are made to the controller's configuration.

To restart the controller:

From the PSM-DC 1006 NET menu bar select Tools > Restart Controller.

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7. APPENDIX A: HARDWARE CONNECTORS

Figure 14: Cable Connecting the Power System to the Computer

5 9 x 4 BLACK 5 x 8 9 x x 3 4 x 7
5
9
x
4
BLACK
5
x
8
9
x
x
3
4
x
7
8
x
x
2
3
RED
5
7
x
x
1
2
GREEN
x
5
x
1
Female DB9
x
connector

Male DB9

connector

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Figure 15: Serial Configuration

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Figure 16: Net Configuration

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8. APPENDIX B: IP FIELD VALUES

Field Description

Field Number

#define INDICATE_IP_MSB

20 /* B1 */

#define INDICATE_IP_2 ND

21 /* B2 */

#define INDICATE_IP_3 RD

22 /* B3 */

#define INDICATE_IP_LSB

23 /* B4 */

#define INDICATE_GATEWAY_MSB

24 /* B5 */

#define INDICATE_GATEWAY_2ND

25 /* B6 */

#define INDICATE_GATEWAY_3RD

26 /* B7 */

#define INDICATE_GATEWAY_LSB

27 /* B8 */

#define INDICATE_MASK_MSB

28 /* B9 */

#define INDICATE_MASK_2ND

29 /* B10 */

#define INDICATE_MASK_3RD

30 /* B11 */

#define INDICATE_MASK_LSB

31 /* B12 */

Table 9: Internet Protocol field values

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9. APPENDIX C: TROUBLESHOOTING

Q: Why don't I receive the temperature sensor status?

A: From 17/10/02 the controller software supports the temperature sensor status feature. If the mouse is over the temperature indicator in the main PSM-DC1006 screen the tool tip shows the status of the two temperature sensors. If there is a fault in one of the sensors, a Temp. Sensor Fault led is lit on the Fault Status panel. In controller software revisions from before 17/10/02 the tool tip is: Not Supported.

Q: Why are there no new entries in the alarm log?

A: The date of the controller is wrong. The first thing to do after installing the controller and the software is to check that the controller date is updated and update it if necessary.

10. APPENDIX D: CONFIGURING THE MODEMS

There are a number of available programs that enable you to configure modems, such as Window's Hyper Terminal Program.

To use Hyper Terminal to configure the modems connected to the power system and the computer:

1. Choose the option Start>Programs>Accessories>Communications>Hyper Terminal. (If Hyper Terminal isn't in the Start menu, install it from the Windows setup disk.)

2. Enter a name into the Name field of the Connection Description window.

3. Press OK.

Name field of the Connection Description window. 3. Press OK. PSM-DC1006 Net/Serial Appendix C: Troubleshooting 35

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4. In the Connect Using: field, choose the Com Port connected to the modem

5. Click OK.

6. Enter the following values into the fields in the Com Properties window:

Bits per second: 9600

Data bits: 8

Parity: None

Stop bits: 1

Flow Control: None

7. Click OK.

None • Stop bits: 1 • Flow Control: None 7. Click OK . 36 Appendix D:
None • Stop bits: 1 • Flow Control: None 7. Click OK . 36 Appendix D:

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8. Type “ATi4” (without the quotes) into the Hyper Terminal window to display the settings for the modems.

Terminal window to display the settings for the modems. The settings should be the same as

The settings should be the same as those in the following table.

To change a setting:

a. Type in the code from the table.

b. Press Enter; OK appears on the screen.

9. Type “AT&Y1and then “AT&WO” to save the new settings.

10. Activate PSM-DC 1006 and select the Port and telephone number for the modem (see Connection Menu (Serial only), page 14).

11. From the PSM-DC1006 menu bar, select View > Preferences > Dial a connection before start polling.

10.1 Example of Modem settings

(for U.S Robotics Ext. Fax/Modem)

DESCRIPTION

SETTINGS OF THE MODEM CONNECTED TO THE CONTROLLER

SETTINGS OF THE MODEM CONNECTED TO THE COMPUTER

DESCRIPTION

 

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ATB0

ITU-T answer sequence

 

=

ATE1

Modem displays keyboard commands

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ATF1

Local echo off; receiving system may send a remote echo of data it receives

 

=

ATL2

Medium speaker volume

 

=

ATM1

Speaker on until connect

 

=

ATQ0

Displays result codes

 

=

ATV1

Verbal codes

 

=

ATX1

Sets result code displayed

 

=

ATY0

Use profile 0 setting in NVRAM

ARQ result

AT&A1

AT&A3

Protocol indicators added- LAPM/MNP/ONE(error control) and V.42 bis/MNP5 (data compression)

codes disabled

Variable, follows

AT&B0

AT&B1

Fixed serial port rate

connection rate

 

=

AT&C1

Normal CD operation

DTR override

AT&D0

AT&D2

Normal DTR operation

 

=

AT&G2

1800Hz guard tone, U.K requires B0 setting

Flow control

AT&H0

AT&H1

Hardware flow control, clear to send(CTS)

disabled

 

=

AT&I0

Software flow control:

disabled

 

=

AT&K1

data compression:

Auto disable/enable

 

=

AT&M4

Sets error control (ARQ) for connections at 1200 bps and higher: normal/ARQ

Connection

AT&N6

AT&N0

Connection speed is determined by remote modem

speed 9600bps

 

=

AT&P2

 

Modem ignores

AT&R1

AT&R2

Received data to computer only on RTS

RTS

 

=

AT&S0

DSR override; always ON

 

=

AT&T5

Prohibits remote digital loopback

 

=

AT&U0

No restrictions on the minimum speed for the connection

 

=

ATS0=1

Number of rings before modem answers = 1

Table 10: Example of modem settings