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Symphony Plus

S+ Control: SPDSO15
Digital Output Module
User Manual

Symphony Plus
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Release: August 2012


Document number: 2VAA001595
Preface
The SPDSO15 Digital Output Module is a Harmony rack I/O module that is part of the Symphony Plus Control System. The
DSO module provides eight onboard, electromechanical relay output channels. These digital outputs are used by the
controller to switch field devices for process control.

This user manual explains the SPDSO15 module specifications and operation. It details the procedures necessary to
complete setup, installation, maintenance, troubleshooting and replacement of the SPDSO15 module.

NOTE: The SPDSO15 module is fully compatible with existing INFI 90® OPEN Strategic Enterprise Management
Systems.cation. All references to DSO15 module in this user manual apply to both the INFI90 and Symphony Plus
versions of this product (IMDSO15 and SPDSO15) respectively.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Safety Summary.......................................................................................................1

About This Book ......................................................................................................3


Document Conventions .......................................................................................3
Information and Tip Icons....................................................................................3

1. Introduction.................................................................................................... 1-1
1.1 Overview ..............................................................................................................1-1
1.2 Intended User ......................................................................................................1-1
1.3 User Manual Content ..........................................................................................1-1
1.4 How to Use this Manual ......................................................................................1-2
1.5 Document Conventions ......................................................................................1-2
1.6 Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations...............................................................1-2
1.7 Reference Documents.........................................................................................1-3
1.8 Related Nomenclature ........................................................................................1-3
1.9 Specifications ......................................................................................................1-3

2. Description and Operation............................................................................ 2-1


2.1 Introduction .........................................................................................................2-1
2.2 Module Description .............................................................................................2-1
2.3 Outputs.................................................................................................................2-1
2.4 Module Block Diagram........................................................................................2-1
2.4.1 Digital Output Circuits ......................................................................................2-1
2.4.2 Output Control Logic ........................................................................................2-2
2.4.3 Status Logic .....................................................................................................2-2
2.5 Output Circuit Connections ...............................................................................2-2
2.6 I/O Expander Bus.................................................................................................2-2
2.7 Universal I/O Expander Bus Interface ..............................................................2-2
2.8 Module Data .........................................................................................................2-2
2.8.1 Status Data ......................................................................................................2-2
2.8.2 Output Data......................................................................................................2-3
2.8.3 Default Data .....................................................................................................2-3
2.9 Logic Power .........................................................................................................2-3
2.10 Relay Power .........................................................................................................2-3
2.11 Bus Fault Timer ...................................................................................................2-3
2.12 Status Led Indicator ............................................................................................2-3
2.13 Mounting Hardware.............................................................................................2-3

3. Installation ...................................................................................................... 3-1

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3.1 Introduction .........................................................................................................3-1


3.2 Special Handling .................................................................................................3-1
3.3 Unpacking and Inspection..................................................................................3-1
3.4 Setup and Physical Installation..........................................................................3-1
3.4.1 Address Selection Switch (S1).........................................................................3-1
3.4.2 Termination Configuration ...............................................................................3-2
3.4.3 Physical Installation .........................................................................................3-2
3.5 Wiring Connections and Cabling .......................................................................3-3
3.5.1 Wiring...............................................................................................................3-3
3.5.2 Cable Connections...........................................................................................3-3

4. Operating Procedures ................................................................................... 4-1


4.1 Introduction .........................................................................................................4-1
4.2 Status Indicators .................................................................................................4-1
4.2.1 Module Status Indicators..................................................................................4-1
4.2.2 Relay Output Status Indicators ........................................................................4-2
4.3 Startup Procedures .............................................................................................4-2

5. Troubleshooting............................................................................................. 5-1
5.1 Introduction .........................................................................................................5-1
5.2 Error Indications and Corrective Action ...........................................................5-1
5.2.1 Module Status LEDs ........................................................................................5-1
5.2.2 Controller Errors...............................................................................................5-1
5.3 Module Pin Connections ....................................................................................5-2

6. Maintenance ................................................................................................... 6-1


6.1 Introduction .........................................................................................................6-1
6.2 Preventive Maintenance Schedule ....................................................................6-1
6.3 Equipment and Tools Required..........................................................................6-1
6.4 Preventive Maintenance Procedures.................................................................6-1
6.4.1 Printed Circuit Board Cleaning ........................................................................6-1
6.4.2 General Cleaning and Washing .......................................................................6-2
6.4.3 Edge Connector Cleaning................................................................................6-2
6.4.4 Checking Connections .....................................................................................6-2

7. Repair and Replacement ............................................................................... 7-1


7.1 Introduction .........................................................................................................7-1
7.2 Module Repair and Replacement .......................................................................7-1

A. Termination Unit (NTDI01) Configuration .................................................... A-1


A.1 Introduction ........................................................................................................ A-1

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LIST OF TABLES

Table 1-1 Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations .......................................................1-2


Table 1-2 Reference Documents ...............................................................................1-3
Table 1-3 Related Nomenclature ...............................................................................1-3
Table 1-4 Relay Specifications ..................................................................................1-3
Table 1-5 Module Specifications ................................................................................1-4
Table 3-1 S1 Address Switch Settings Examples ......................................................3-2
Table 4-1 Status LED Indicators ................................................................................4-2
Table 5-1 Status LED Indications and Corrective Actions .........................................5-1
Table 5-2 P1 Power Pin Connections ........................................................................5-2
Table 5-3 P2 Expander Bus Connections ..................................................................5-3
Table 5-4 P3 Signal Pin Connections ........................................................................5-3
Table 6-1 Preventive Maintenance Schedule ............................................................6-1
Table A-1 NTDI01 Dipshunt Configuration ................................................................ A-1
Table A-2 Relay Contact Assignment ....................................................................... A-1

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LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1-1 Harmony Rack I/O Architecture ................................................................ 1-1


Figure 2-1 Block Diagram........................................................................................... 2-1
Figure 2-2 Mounting Hardware.................................................................................. 2-4
Figure 3-1 S1 Address Switch Location ..................................................................... 3-2
Figure 3-2 Address Switch S1 Settings ...................................................................... 3-2
Figure 3-3 Cable Connections and Terminations....................................................... 3-3
Figure 4-1 Front Panel Indicators............................................................................... 4-1
Figure A-1 Relay Contract/Terminal Block Assignment.............................................. A-1

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Safety Summary

The following table categorizes the various safety precautions to be followed when using the DSO15 module:

Safety Precaution Description


Electrostatic Sensitive Device
Devices labeled with this symbol require special handling
precautions as described in section 3- Installation of this
user manual.

GENERAL WARNINGS Equipment Environment


All components, whether in transportation, operation or
storage, must be in a noncorrosive environment.

Electrical Shock Hazard During Maintenance


Disconnect power or take precautions to insure that
contact with energized parts is avoided when servicing.
SPECIFIC WARNINGS • Disconnect power before installing dipshunts on the
MMU backplane.Failure to do so will result in contact
with cabinet areas that could cause severe or fatal
shock. (Refer to sections 3.4.3- Physical Installation
and 7.2- Module Repair and Replacement of this user
manual for more details)

• Never clean electrical parts or components with live


power present. Doing so exposes you to an electrical
shock hazard.(Refer to
section 6.4.1- Printed Circuit Board Cleaning of this
user manual for more details)

• Wear eye protection whenever working with cleaning


solvents. When removing solvents from printed circuit
boards using compressed air, injury to the eyes could
result from splashing solvent as it is removed from the
printed circuit board.(Refer to
section 6.4.1- Printed Circuit Board Cleaning of this
user manual for more details)

• There are exposed AC and DC connections inside the


cabinet. These exposed electrical connections present
a shock hazard that can cause injury or death.(Refer to
section 6.4.4- Checking Connections of this user
manual for more details)

• If input or output circuits are a shock hazard after


disconnecting system power at the power entry panel,
then the door of the cabinet containing these externally
powered circuits must be marked with a warning
stating that multiple power sources exist.(Refer to
section 6.4.4- Checking Connections of this user
manual for more details)
SPECIFIC CAUTIONS Disable the output signals before removing the module to
prevent damage to the edge connector pins.(Refer to
sections 7.2- Module Repair and Replacement and
5.2.2- Controller Errors of this user manual for more
details)

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About This Book

About This Book

Document Conventions
Microsoft Windows conventions are normally used for the standard presentation of material when entering text, key
sequences, prompts, messages, menu items, screen elements, etc.

Information and Tip Icons


This publication includes Information and Notes where appropriate to point out important information or useful hints to the
reader. The corresponding sections should be interpreted as follows:
Information alerts the reader to pertinent facts and conditions

Warning indicates the presence of a hazard which could result in a plant shutdown.:

Caution indicates the presence of a hazard which could result in personal or hardware
module damage.

NOTE Note indicates advice on, for example, how to design your project or how to use a certain function

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1. Introduction Overview

1. Introduction
1.1 Overview
The DSO15 Digital Output Module is a Harmony rack I/O module that is part of the Symphony Plus Control System. It
outputs eight digital signals that interface between the Symphony Plus system and the process. Eight electromechanical
relays provide changeover contacts for field devices. The controller performs the control functions; I/O modules provide the
input/output functions.

NOTE: The DSO15 module is fully compatible with existing INFI 90 OPEN Strategic Enterprise Management Systems.
The following figure (Figure 1-1) shows the Harmony rack I/O architecture. Harmony rack controllers can use the rack I/O
modules for I/O interface.

Figure 1-1 Harmony Rack I/O Architecture

1.2 Intended User


Personnel installing, operating, or maintaining the DSO15 module must read this user manual before performing any
installation, operation, or maintenance procedures. Installation requires an engineer or technician with experience in
handling electronic circuitry. Personnel working with the digital output module must have experience working on it and know
the precautions to take around AC/DC power. Knowledge of the Symphony system and electronic principles is also
required.

1.3 User Manual Content


This user manual consists of seven sections and one appendix section:
• Introduction
This section provides a brief description, general usage information and technical specifications.

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• Description and Operation


This section explains module operation and output circuitry with block diagrams and schematics.

• Installation
This section details the preliminary steps to install the module and prepare for operation. It also covers address
switch settings, mounting, wiring connections, cabling and preoperational checks.

• Operating Procedures
This section provides information on front panel indicators and startup procedures.

• Troubleshooting
This section explains the meaning of error indications and describes troubleshooting procedures.

• Maintenance
This section describes scheduled maintenance tasks and procedures.

• Repair and Replacement


This section provides procedures that explain how to replace the module.

• Appendix A: Termination Unit (NTDI01) Configuration


This appendix section provides configuration information for the NTDI01 termination unit.

1.4 How to Use this Manual


Make sure to read this user manual in sequence. It is important to become familiar with the entire contents of the user
manual before using the module.

This user manual is organized to enable quick information retrieval:


1. Read the Operating Procedures section before installing the module.
2. Perform the steps in the Installation section.
3. Refer to the Troubleshooting section, if a problem occurs.
4. Refer to the Maintenance section for scheduled maintenance requirements.
5. Refer to the Repair and Replacement section to replace a module., if required

1.5 Document Conventions


The ‘?’ in a nomenclature item indicates variables for that position. (e.g., IMMFP1?).

1.6 Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations


The following table (Table 1-1) contains those terms and abbreviations that are unique to ABB Automation or have a
definition that is different from standard industry usage:

Table 1-1 Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations

Term Definition

Controlway High speed, redundant, peer-to-peer communication link.


Used to transfer information between intelligent modules
within a Harmony control unit.

Cnet Symphony system advanced data communication highway.

FC Function code.

Function An algorithm which manipulates specific functions. These


code functions are linked together to form the control strategy.

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Table 1-1 Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations (Continued)

Term Definition

I/O expander Parallel communication bus between the Harmony rack


bus controllers and rack I/O modules.

Module A card cage that provides electrical and communication


mounting unit support for Harmony rack modules.

MMU Module mounting unit. A card cage that provides electrical


and communication support for Harmony rack modules.

Termination Provides input/output connection between plant equipment


unit and the Harmony rack modules.

TU Termination unit.

1.7 Reference Documents


The following table (Table 1-2) lists ABB instructions for equipment that is referenced in this user manual:.

Table 1-2 Reference Documents

Number Document

2VAA001693 Digital Input Termination Unit (NTDI01)

2VAA001694 Digital Output Termination Unit (NTDO02)

2VAA002157 Module Mounting Unit (IEMMU21, IEMMU22)

2VAA000844 Symphony Function Code Application Manual

2VAA000813 Composer, Automation Architect

1.8 Related Nomenclature


The following table (Table 1-3) lists nomenclature related to the DSO15 module.

Table 1-3 Related Nomenclature

Nomenclature Description

IEMMU21, IEMMU22 Module mounting unit

NFTP01 Field termination panel

1.9 Specifications
Table 1-4 details the relay specifications and Table 1-5 details the DSO15 module specifications.

Table 1-4 Relay Specifications


Property Characteristic/Value
Type Electromechanical relay, form C
Coil voltage 24 VDC nominal
Contact configuration SPDT
Rating current 3 A maximum
Switching capability 1.5 A at 48 VDC (resistive load)
0.6 A at 48 VDC (inductive load)
3 A at 120 VDC (inductive load)
Minimum switching load 12 V at 100 mA
Contact material Silver cadmium oxide

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Table 1-4 Relay Specifications


Property Characteristic/Value
Contact life (at 25°C [77°F]) 30,000 operations at 7.2 FLA (full load current), 45 LRA
(locked rotor current), 120 VAC
SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

Table 1-5 Module Specifications

Property Characteristic/Value

Power requirements

Operating voltage 5 VDC (5%) at 90 mA typical - logic circuitry


24 VDC (10%) at 120 mA typical - (from termination unit)

Current 80 mA (typical), 90 mA (maximum) at +5 VDC


80 mA (typical), 120 mA (maximum) at +24 VDC

Over voltage category I for power


(IEC 61010) II for outputs

Digital outputs 8 SPDT relay contacts, digital.

Rating current 3 A max.

Switching capability 1.5 A at 48 VDC (resistive load)


0.6 A at 48 VDC (inductive load)
3 A at 120 VAC (inductive load)

Common mode isolation 300 VDC/V RMS at 60 Hz


Tested 1,400 VRMS at 60 Hz for 2 sec.

Electromagnetic compatibility
Common Normal
Test
Mode Mode
Conducted transients Voltage/current surge (1.2/50 µS ±2 kVp ±1 kVp
to 8/20 µS )
(IEC / EN 61000-4-5)
Fast transient bursts ±2 kVp N/A
(IEC / EN 61000-4-4)
Damped oscillatory wave, ±1 kVp ±0.5 kVp
0.1 MHz and 1 MHz
(IEC / EN 61000-4-12)
Ring wave ±2 kVp ±1 kVp
(IEC / EN 61000-4-12)

Electrostatic discharge Contact: ±6 kV


(IEC / EN 61000-4-2) Air: ±8 kV

Magnetic and electromagnetic fields

Power frequency magnetic field Continuous: 30 ARMS/m


(IEC / EN 61000-4-8) Short duration: 300 ARMS/m

Pulse magnetic field Peak value: 300 A/m


(IEC / EN 61000-4-9)

Damped oscillatory magnetic Peak value: 30 A/m


field, 0.1 MHz and 1 MHz
(IEC / EN 61000-4-10)

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Table 1-5 Module Specifications (Continued)

Property Characteristic/Value

Radiated radio-frequency Unmodulated rms: 10 V/m


electromagnetic field, 80 MHz to Amplitude modulated: 80% AM (1 kHz)
1GHz (ENV 50140)

Radiated radio-frequency field, Unmodulated rms: 10 V/m


900 ±5 MHz (ENV 50204) Pulse modulated: Duty cycle 50%
Rep. cycle 200 Hz

Radio-frequency common mode, Unmodulated rms: 10 V/m


amplitude modulated, 0.15 MHz Amplitude modulated: 80% AM (1 kHz)
to 80 MHz (ENV 50141) Source impedance: 150 

Emission test Class A


RF radiated fields, 30 MHz to
1000 MHz (ENV 55011)

Mounting Occupies one slot in a standard module mounting unit

Environmental

Ambient temperature Temperature rating within the cabinet or enclosure applies.


(per IEC / EN 60068-2-1, 2,14) Internal cabinet rating: 0° to 70° C (32° to 158° F)

Relative humidity 5% to 95% up to 55°C (131°F)(noncondensing)


(per IEC / EN 60068-2-78) 5% to 45% at 70°C (158°F)(noncondensing)
Pollution degree: 1 (no condensation)

Atmospheric pressure Sea level to 3 km (1.86 miles)

Air quality (per ISA S71.04, Class Noncorrosive


LA, LB, LC - level 1)

CE Mark Declaration This product, when installed in an ABB approved cabinet,


complies with the following Directives/Standards
requested for CE marking:

EMC 2004/108/EC EN50081-2 Generic Emission Standard - Part 2: Industrial


Environment
EN50082-2 Generic Immunity Standard - Part 2: Industrial
Environment

Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC EN 61010 Safety Requirements for Electrical Equipment
for Measurement, Control and Laboratory Use - Part 1:
General Requirements

Certifications
CSA (Canadian Standards Certification for use as process control equipment in an
Association) ordinary (nonhazardous) location per CSA 22.2 No.
1010.1-92
FM (Factory Mutual) Approval for the following categories:
Nonincendive for:
Class I, Division 2, Groups A,B,C,D
Class II, Division 2, Groups F,G

SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.

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2. Description and Operation


2.1 Introduction
This section explains the output circuitry, control logic, data, logic power and connections for the DSO15 Digital Output
(DSO) Module. The DSO module is a digital signal interface between a Harmony controller and the process field devices.
The Harmony controller communicates with its I/O module on an I/O expander bus (Figure 1-1). Each I/O module on the
bus has a unique address set by its address dipswitch (S1).

2.2 Module Description


The DSO15 module consists of a single printed circuit board that occupies one slot in a module mounting unit (MMU). It
outputs eight separate digital signals through onboard, electromechanical relay contacts.

Two captive screws on the faceplate secure the DSO15 module to the module mounting unit. The upper two front panel red
and green LEDs indicate the module operating status. The eight lower front panel red LEDs display the module relay states
(active/nonactive).

The DSO15 module has three card edge connectors for external signals and power (P1, P2 and P3). P1 connects to logic
power (+5 VDC) that drives the module circuits. P2 connects the module to the I/O expander bus to communicate with
a controller. P3 is used to supply power (+24 VDC) to the relays and to provide the relay contacts to the field devices.
The DSO module interfaces with the field devices using a cable connected to a termination unit (TU). The terminal
blocks (physical connection points) for field wiring are on the termination unit.

2.3 Outputs
The DSO module switches voltages up to 120 VAC for AC voltages or 48 VDC for DC voltages. This voltage energizes
(turns on) and de-energizes (turns off) a field device.

2.4 Module Block Diagram


The DSO module consists of registers, buffers and interface circuits. They control the relay switching and transmit I/O
module operating status back to a controller. Electromechanical relays provide the switching functions.

The following figure (Figure 2-1) shows a block diagram of the DSO module. It displays signal flow through the module.

Figure 2-1 Block Diagram

2.4.1 Digital Output Circuits


Each of the eight output circuits consists of a changeover contact of an electromechanical relay. The COM, NC, and NO
contacts are available for the field devices on the P3 card edge connector (Figure 2-1). The onboard relays are driven by
two transistor array integrated circuits which provide an extra voltage suppressor diode for each channel.

The data selector block drives the output circuits and lights the front panel output status LEDs. It uses data from the output
register or default register to do this. During normal operation, it selects the output register data.

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2.4.2 Output Control Logic


An output register holds the data that controls the outputs. The I/O expander bus interface writes controller data to this
register. This data, sent to the data selector, determines the relay states (active or nonactive).

Default data from the controller is sent to the default register. The controller configuration sets the default values (function
code 128). The default register is reset to logic zeros during power up to drive the outputs to a de-energized state. FC 128
in the controller configuration selects the output values used to drive the output circuits in the event of a controller failure
(time-out). If FC 128 is not defined, then the outputs change to a de-energized state during a time-out. Refer to section
2.11- Bus Fault Timer of this user manual for further explanation of time-out.

The default control logic block is a one bit latch register. It sends a signal to the data selector block to select either the
default register data or the output register data during a time-out (indicating a controller error). This signal is dependent on
the controller configuration (FC 83, specification S2). The bus fault detector in the I/O expander bus interface checks for a
time-out condition. During a time-out, the data selector block normally selects the default register data. If a hold option is
selected in FC 83, the default control logic circuits send a logic one to override the data selector. It causes the data selector
to drive the outputs with the output register data instead of default data to maintain the outputs at their current values (hold).

2.4.3 Status Logic


The status buffer block provides module status information to the controller. This information is output states, and module
identification and status. The controller reads this data through the I/O expander bus interface. Refer to section
2.4- Module Block Diagram of this user manual for an explanation of the data.

2.5 Output Circuit Connections


The output signals connect to the 30-pin card edge connector P3 of the DSO module using a termination cable from a
termination unit (TU). Proper polarity wiring of field signals is necessary for the output circuits to function properly.

2.6 I/O Expander Bus


The I/O expander bus is a high speed, synchronous, parallel bus. It provides a communication path between controller and
I/O modules. The controller provides the control functions and the I/O module provides the input/output functions. The P2
card edge connector of the I/O module connects to the bus.

The I/O expander bus is parallel signal lines located on the module mounting unit backplane. A 12-position dipshunt placed
in a connection socket on the MMU backplane connects the bus between the modules. Cable assemblies can extend the
bus to six module mounting units.

A controller module and its I/O modules form an individual subsystem within a Harmony control unit (HCU). The I/O
expander bus between controller and I/O subsystems must be separated. Leaving a dipshunt socket empty or not
connecting cable assemblies joining module mounting units together.

2.7 Universal I/O Expander Bus Interface


The DSO module uses a custom gate array to perform the I/O expander bus interface function. All the control logic and
communication protocol are built into an integrated circuit (IC). This integrated circuit provides the following functions:
• Address comparison and detection.
• Function code latching and decoding.
• Read strobe generation.
• Data line filtering of bus signals.
• Onboard bus drivers.

2.8 Module Data


Function code 83 in the controller configuration accesses the DSO module on the I/O expander bus. It also allows the
controller to automatically read status data from the I/O module, and write output data to it. The I/O module address in FC
83 must be the same as the address set on the digital output module address dipswitch (S1).

2.8.1 Status Data


Status data consists of three separate eight-bit bytes read by the controller. The first byte contains readback data that
reflects the state of the relays. The second byte is not significant, it exists to have compatibility with the other DSO modules.

The third byte is the module identification and module status. I/O module identification is in the four most significant bits
(MSB). It identifies the I/O module to the controller. It also verifies the I/O expander bus communication integrity and the

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controller configuration. I/O module status is the least significant bit (LSB). During initialization, the controller writes data to
the output register and default register, and forces this bit to a logic one. A reset or time-out (bus fault error) resets it to a
logic zero. Default data is normally written only during controller startup. The controller reads the module status bit to test for
a change in the state of the module. It uses this bit as a signal to rewrite data to the module to ensure that proper default
values are in the default register.

2.8.2 Output Data


Output data is one eight-bit byte sent to the output register. Each bit of data represents one output. The bit value reflects the
state of the output. Logic one turns a field device on; logic zero turns it off.

2.8.3 Default Data


Default data is one eight-bit byte sent to the default register. It is set by the controller configuration (FC 128). The function of
this data is the same as the output data but is used only when a time-out occurs.

2.9 Logic Power


Logic power (+5 VDC) drives the DSO circuits. It connects through the top 12-pin card edge connector (P1) shown in
Figure 2-1.

2.10 Relay Power


Relay power (+24 VDC) drives the onboard relays. It connects through the 30-pin card edge connector (P3) shown in
Figure 2-1. The power line is protected against polarity inversion due to a cabling error on the termination unit.

NOTE: Logic power ground and relay power ground are tied together inside the module.

2.11 Bus Fault Timer


The bus fault timer is a one-shot timer that is reset by the I/O expander bus clock; the controller generates the bus clock. If
the clock stops (indicating a controller error or failure), the bus fault timer times out in 10 milliseconds. This causes the
digital outputs to change to their default values. A red front panel status LED indicates a bus fault (time-out).

2.12 Status Led Indicator


Two front panel module status LED indicators show the operating state of the DSO module. Circuits on the DSO module
determine the module status and light the LED accordingly. Section 4- Operating Procedures of this user manual describes
the LED indications and section 5- Troubleshooting provides corrective actions to take.

2.13 Mounting Hardware


Harmony rack I/O modules and termination units mount in standard ABB enclosures. The number of modules that can be
mounted in a single cabinet varies.

An IEMMU21 or IEMMU22 Module Mounting Unit and an NFTP01 Field Termination Panel (FTP) are used for module and
termination unit mounting respectively (Figure 2-2). The mounting unit and termination panel both attach to the side rails in
standard 483-millimeter (19-inch) enclosures. Front mount and rear mount MMU versions are available to provide flexibility
in enclosure mounting.

A module mounting unit is required to mount and provide power to rack-mounted modules. The unit is for mounting
controllers, I/O modules, and communication interface modules. The MMU backplane connects and routes:
• Controlway.
• I/O expander bus.
• Logic power to control, I/O, and interface modules.

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Mounting Hardware 2. Description and Operation

The Controlway and I/O expander bus are internal cabinet, communication buses. Communication between rack controllers
and communication interface modules is over Controlway.

Figure 2-2 Mounting Hardware

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3. Installation Introduction

3. Installation
3.1 Introduction
This section explains the procedures required to place the DSO15 Digital Output Module into operation. It includes
instructions on setting the address selection switch, setup and physical installation, wiring and cable connection
information. Do not proceed with operation until this is read, understood and all steps have been completed in the order in
which they appear.

3.2 Special Handling


NOTE: Always use the ABB Automation field static kit (part number 1948385A1), consisting of two wrist straps, ground
cord assembly, alligator clip, and static dissipating work surface when working with static sensitive devices. The kit is
designed to connect the technician and the static dissipating work surface to the same ground point to prevent damage
to the static sensitive devices by electrostatic discharge.

Use the static grounding wrist strap when installing and removing modules. Static discharge can damage static sensitive
devices on modules in a cabinet. Use grounded equipment and static safe practices when working with static sensitive
devices.

Follow the given steps when handling electronic circuitry:


1. Use Static Shielding Bag: Keep the module in its static shielding bag until you are ready to install it in the
system. Save the bag for future use.
2. Ground Bags before Opening: Before opening a bag containing an assembly with static sensitive devices,
touch it to the equipment housing or ground to equalize charges.
3. Avoid Touching Circuitry: Handle assemblies by the edges; avoid touching the circuitry.
4. Avoid Partial Connection of Static Sensitive Devices: Verify that all devices connected to the modules are
properly grounded before using them.
5. Ground Test Equipment:
6. Use an Antistatic Field Service Vacuum: Remove dust from the cards if necessary.
7. Use a Grounded Wrist Strap: Connect the wrist strap to the appropriate grounding plug.
8. Do Not Use Lead Pencils to Set Dipswitches: To avoid contamination of switch contacts that can result in
unnecessary circuit board malfunction, do not use a lead pencil to set a dipswitch.

3.3 Unpacking and Inspection


Follow the given steps to unpack and inspect the module:
1. Examine the hardware immediately to verify it has not been damaged in transit.
2. Notify the nearest ABB sales office of any such damage.
3. File a claim for any damage with the transportation company that handled the shipment.
4. Use the original packing material and container to store the hardware.
5. Store the hardware in an environment of good air quality, free from temperature and moisture extremes.

3.4 Setup and Physical Installation


Prior to installation, set the S1 address switch. Configure the termination unit (TU) to output the digital signals from the DSO
module to the field devices. Refer to the appendices at the back of this instruction for configuration information.

3.4.1 Address Selection Switch (S1)


The DSO module can have one of 64 addresses (address 0 to 63) on the I/O expander bus. This address uniquely identifies
the I/O module to the controller and must be the same as the address set in the controller configuration (FC 83 specification
S1).

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Termination Configuration 3. Installation

The address is set by the eight position address dipswitch (S1) shown in Figure 3-1. The six right switch positions (three
through eight) of S1 set the six bit DSO address. Positions one and two are not used and must remain in the closed position
(Figure 3-2). Table 3-1 shows examples of binary address settings for S1.

Figure 3-1 S1 Address Switch Location

Figure 3-2 Address Switch S1 Settings

Table 3-1 S1 Address Switch Settings Examples


MSB LSB
ADDR
3 4 5 6 7 8
5 0 0 0 1 0 1
15 0 0 1 1 1 1
32 1 0 0 0 0 0
NOTE: 1 = OPEN; 0 = CLOSED

3.4.2 Termination Configuration


A termination unit connects the field device wiring to the Symphony Plus system. The terminal blocks (connection points)
are located on the termination unit.

Configuration of the termination unit is required to accept the digital field inputs sent to the DSO module. Refer to the
appendices at the back of this instruction for complete information.

3.4.3 Physical Installation


NOTE: This installation section provides instructions pertaining to the physical installation of the digital output module
only. For complete cable and termination information, refer to the applicable user manual (Table 1-2).

The DSO module inserts into a module mounting unit (MMU) and occupies one slot.

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3. Installation Wiring Connections and Cabling

Follow the given steps to install the manual:


1. Verify the slot assignment of the module.
2. Verify that a dipshunt is in the I/O expander bus socket on the module mounting units backplane between the I/O
module and the controller.
Disconnect power before installing dipshunts on the MMU backplane. Failure to do so will
result in contact with cabinet areas that could cause severe or fatal shock.

3. Connect the hooded end of the termination cable from the termination unit to the module mounting unit
backplane for termination units.
4. Insert the connector into the backplane slot in the same slot as the one assigned to the digital output module.

NOTE: The latches must snap securely into place.

5. Align the digital output module with the guide rails in the module mounting unit.
6. Slide the module gently in until the front panel is flush with the top and bottom of the module mounting unit
frame.
7. Push and turn the two captive retaining screws on the module faceplate one half turn to the latched position.

NOTE: The module is latched when the slots on the screws are vertical and the open ends face the center of
the module.

3.5 Wiring Connections and Cabling


The DSO module has three card edge connectors to supply logic power, establish I/O expander bus communication and
provide digital outputs (P1, P2, P3 respectively).

3.5.1 Wiring
When you install the DSO module in the module mounting unit, it connects the DSO module to the logic power (+5 VDC),
which is necessary to drive the circuitry, at P1. It also connects P2 to the I/O expander bus for communication with the
controller. P1 and P2 connections require no additional wiring or cabling.

NOTE: Install a dipshunt on the backplane of the module mounting unit to connect the I/O expander bus between the
digital output module and the controller. Locate the modules, so that the bus can connect the modules, otherwise the
modules do not communicate.

3.5.2 Cable Connections


The DSO15 module uses a NTDI01 termination unit for termination. Refer to Figure 3-3 to determine, which cable can be
used.

Figure 3-3 Cable Connections and Terminations

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Cable Connections 3. Installation

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4. Operating Procedures Introduction

4. Operating Procedures
4.1 Introduction
This section explains the front panel indicators and startup procedures for the DSO15 Digital Output Module.

4.2 Status Indicators


The DSO module has two front panel module status LED indicators to aid in system test and diagnosis. Eight front panel
indicators display the relay states (active or nonactive). The location of the indicators is shown in Figure 4-1.

Figure 4-1 Front Panel Indicators

4.2.1 Module Status Indicators


The following table (Table 4-1) describes the states of the module status LED indicators (refer to section 5- Troubleshooting
of this user manual to determine corrective actions).

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Relay Output Status Indicators 4. Operating Procedures

Table 4-1 Status LED Indicators


Red Green Indication
Off Off No power or not enabled.
Off On Enabled and communicating with controller.
On Off Bus fault timer error (time-out).
On On Not used.

4.2.2 Relay Output Status Indicators


There are eight front panel indicators to display the relay status. A lit red LED indicates an energized relay (active); a blank
LED indicates a nonenergized relay (nonactive).

4.3 Startup Procedures


The controller controls the startup of the DSO module; it is fully automatic. FC 83 in the controller configuration enables the
DSO module. Specification one of FC 83 is the module address. It must be the same as the address set on the S1 address
dipswitch of the DSO module. The front panel LEDs (green on, red off) verifies that the module is enabled and
communicating.

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5. Troubleshooting Introduction

5. Troubleshooting
5.1 Introduction
This section explains the error indications and corrective actions for the DSO15 Digital Output Module.

5.2 Error Indications and Corrective Action


The DSO module status can be obtained through a human system interface, such as a workstation running Conductor NT,
or the front panel status LED indicators.

NOTE: Look at the DSO module front panel relay output status LED indicators and if none are lit, this may indicate a
faulty DSO module (a relay must be energized to light an LED). Check the controller for bad quality on its output blocks.

5.2.1 Module Status LEDs


The two front panel status LEDs have three states to indicate normal operation and error conditions.

The following table (Table 5-1) lists DSO module status LED states, error indications, probable causes and corrective
actions.

NOTE: If the corrective actions in Table 5-1 do not correct a problem with the DSO module, replace it.

Table 5-1 Status LED Indications and Corrective Actions


LED State Indication Probable Cause Corrective Action
Red off Digital output mod- Normal operation. No action required.
Green on ule operating nor-
mally and
communicating with
controller.
Red off Digital output mod- Address set on switch S1 not Change address on S1 switch
Green off ule not enabled. the same as address in con- to match FC 83, S1
troller configuration FC 83, - or -
S1. Change address in FC 83, S1
to match S1 switch setting.
Dipshunt not properly installed Verify dipshunt is installed
between controller and digital properly (no bent pins) in I/O
output module. expander bus socket on
module mounting unit
backplane between controller
and DSO module.
Digital output mod- Controller configuration is not Verify FC 83 is in controller
ule not enabled. correct. configuration.
No power to digital Module not completely Verify module is completely
output module. inserted in module mounting inserted in module mounting
unit. unit; faceplate flush with
module mounting unit and
captive retaining screws
latched.
Red on Bus fault timer error I/O expander bus clock failure. Check controller for proper
Green off (time-out). operation.
Dipshunt not installed Verify dipshunt is installed in
between controller and digital the I/O expander bus socket on
output module. the MMU backplane between
controller and DSO module.

5.2.2 Controller Errors


The controller performs status checks on the DSO module. An error appears in the report function of a human system
interface. Refer to the Human System Interface manual for an explanation of these reports.

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Module Pin Connections 5. Troubleshooting

FC 83 output block N in the controller configuration is the DSO module status flag (logic zero=good; logic one=bad). Use a
human system interface to monitor this block. If the status flag is a logic one, check the front panel module status LEDs and
the human system interface report function to determine corrective actions.

NOTE: If FC 83 specification S3 is set to zero, the controller trips when the DSO module fails. Changing specification S3
to a one allows the controller to continue to operate if any DSO module error condition exists.

The address set on address switch S1 and in the controller configuration must be the same. The controller generates a
MISSING SLAVE MODULE if they do not match. Verify that the address set on switch S1 is the same as the address in FC
83 specification S1.

Follow the given steps to set switch S1 address to same address in FC 83 specification S1:
Disable the output signals before removing the module to prevent damage to the edge
connector pins.

1. Drive the module’s relays to a nonactive status.


2. Disconnect the relay power supply (+24 VDC).
3. Remove the module and change the setting of address switch S1 to correspond with the controller configuration
(refer to section 3- Installation of this user manual for the procedures to set an address and to install a digital
output module).
- or -
4. Modify the address in the controller configuration (FC 83 specification S1) to correspond with the address set on
address switch S1 of the digital output module.
5. Use a human system interface to modify the configuration.

NOTE: Refer to the appropriate Human System Interface Manual for procedures on how to modify a function
code specification.
Disconnect power before installing dipshunts on the MMU backplane. Failure to do so will
result in contact with cabinet areas that could cause severe or fatal shock.

The controller generates a MISSING SLAVE MODULE error, if the I/O expander bus is not connected between it and the
DSO module. Verify the bus connection on the MMU backplane.

If the I/O module is faulty, replace it with a new one. Refer to section 7- Repair and Replacement of this user-manual for
procedures to replace a DSO module.

5.3 Module Pin Connections


The DSO module has three connection points for external signals and power (P1, P2 and P3).

Table 5-2, Table 5-3 and Table 5-4 details the pin connections.

Table 5-2 P1 Power Pin Connections


Pin (P1) Connection
1 +5 VDC
2 +5 VDC
3 NC
4 NC
5 Common
6 Common
7 NC
8 NC
9 PFI
10 PFI
11 NC
12 NC
NOTES:
NC = Not connected
PFI = Power fail interrupt

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5. Troubleshooting Module Pin Connections

Table 5-3 P2 Expander Bus Connections


Pin (P2) Signal
1 Data 1
2 Data 0
3 Data 3
4 Data 2
5 Data 5
6 Data 4
7 Data 7
8 Data 6
9 Clock
10 Sync
11 NC
12 NC
NOTE:
NC = Not connected

Table 5-4 P3 Signal Pin Connections


Output Pin Pin PIN
Channel (COM) (NO) (NC)
1 A 1 B
2 2 C 3
3 D 4 E
4 5 F 6
5 K 9 L
6 10 M 11
7 N 12 P
8 13 R 14
Relay Power
+24 VDC 8
-24 VDC J
NOTES:
COM = Common contact of the output relay
NO = Normally open contact of the output relay
NC = Normally closed contact of the output relay

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Module Pin Connections 5. Troubleshooting

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6. Maintenance Introduction

6. Maintenance
6.1 Introduction
The reliability of any stand-alone product or control system is affected by the maintenance of the equipment. ABB
recommends that all equipment users practice a preventive maintenance program that will keep the equipment operating at
an optimum level.

This section presents procedures that the customer should be able to perform on site. These preventive maintenance
procedures should be used as a guideline to assist in establishing good preventive maintenance practices.

Maintenance Personnel performing preventive maintenance should meet the following qualifications.
• Qualified electrical technicians or engineers who have proper knowledge of using test equipment.
• Knowledge of the module mounting unit
• Experience working with process control systems, and knowing what precautions to be taken when working on live
AC and DC systems.

6.2 Preventive Maintenance Schedule


The following table (Table 6-1) lists the preventive maintenance schedule for the DSO15 module.; where the preventive
maintenance tasks are listed in groups according to their specified maintenance interval. Instructions for tasks that require
further explanation are covered under section 6.4- Preventive Maintenance Procedures of this user manual.
NOTE: The preventive maintenance schedule is for general purposes only. Application may require special attention.

6.3 Equipment and Tools Required


Following are the tools and equipment required for maintenance procedures:
• Antistatic vacuum.
• Screwdriver (medium length).
• Isopropyl alcohol (99.5 percent electronic grade).
• Distilled water.
• Compressed air.
• Foam-tipped swabs.
• Lint-free cloths.
• Non-abrasive pencil eraser.

Table 6-1 Preventive Maintenance Schedule


Task Frequency
Check cabinet, module mounting unit backplane assembly, digital output Every six months or during
module and termination device for dust. Clean as required using an plant shutdown, whichever
antistatic vacuum. If circuit board cleaning is necessary, refer to occurs first.
procedure.
Check all signal, power and ground connections associated with the digital
output module. Verify that they are secure. Refer to procedure.

6.4 Preventive Maintenance Procedures


This section covers the following tasks from Table 6-1 that requires specific instructions or further explanation:
• Cleaning printed circuit boards and edge connectors.
• Checking signal, power and ground connections.

6.4.1 Printed Circuit Board Cleaning


There are several circuit board cleaning procedures in this section. These procedures cover circuit board cleaning and
washing, cleaning edge connectors and circuit board laminate between edge connectors. Use the procedures that meet the
needs of each circuit board. Remove all dust, dirt, oil, corrosion or any other contaminant from the circuit board.

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General Cleaning and Washing 6. Maintenance

Perform all cleaning and handling of the printed circuit boards at static safe work stations. Always observe the steps in
section 3- Installation of this user manual when handling printed circuit boards.
Never clean electrical parts or components with live power present. Doing so exposes you
to an electrical shock hazard.

Wear eye protection whenever working with cleaning solvents. When removing solvents
from printed circuit boards using compressed air, injury to the eyes could result from
splashing solvent as it is removed from the printed circuit board.

6.4.2 General Cleaning and Washing


If the printed circuit board needs minor cleaning, remove dust and residue from the printed circuit board surface using
clean, dry, filtered compressed air or an antistatic field service vacuum cleaner.

Follow the given steps to wash the printed circuit board:


1. Clean the printed circuit board by spraying or wiping it with isopropyl alcohol (99.5% electronic grade).

NOTE: Use a foam- tipped swab to wipe the circuit board.

2. Remove excess solvent by using compressed air to blow it free of the circuit board.

6.4.3 Edge Connector Cleaning


Follow the given steps to clean the edge connector:
1. Use a solvent mixture of 80% isopropyl alcohol (99.5% electronic grade) and 20% distilled water.
2. Soak a lint-free cloth with the solvent mixture.
3. Work the cloth back and forth parallel to the edge connector contacts.
4. Repeat with a clean cloth that is soaked with the solvent mixture.
5. Dry the edge connector contact area by wiping with a clean lint-free cloth.

Follow the given steps to clean tarnished or deeply stained edge connector contacts:
1. Use a non-abrasive pencil eraser to remove tarnish or stains.

NOTE: Fiberglass or nylon burnishing brushes may also be used.

2. Minimize electrostatic discharge by using the 80/20 isopropyl alcohol/water solution during burnishing.

NOTE: Do not use excessive force while burnishing. Use only enough force to shine the contact surface.

3. Inspect the edge connector after cleaning to assure no loss of contact surface.
4. Wipe clean with a lint-free cloth.

6.4.4 Checking Connections


NOTE: Power to the cabinet should be off while performing this preventive maintenance task.
There are exposed AC and DC connections inside the cabinet. These exposed electrical
connections present a shock hazard that can cause injury or death.

If input or output circuits are a shock hazard after disconnecting system power at the
power entry panel, then the door of the cabinet containing these externally powered
circuits must be marked with a warning stating that multiple power sources exist.
Check all signal wiring, power and ground connections within the cabinet to verify their integrity. When checking
connections, always turn a screw, nut or other fastening device in the direction to tighten only. If the connection is loose, it is
tightened. If the connection is tight, the tightening action verifies whether it is secure. There must not be any motion
performed to loosen the connection.

During check connections:


• Verify that all power connections within the cabinet are secure.
• Verify that all wiring connections to the termination unit, or termination module are secure.

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7. Repair and Replacement Introduction

7. Repair and Replacement


7.1 Introduction
This section explains the replacement procedures for the DSO15 (DSO) module; no special tools are required.

7.2 Module Repair and Replacement


If the DSO module is faulty, replace it with a new one. Do not try to repair the module; replacing components may affect the
module performance. System power may remain applied during module removal and replacement.

Follow the given steps to replace the module:


Disable the output signals before removing the module to prevent damage to the edge
connector pins.

1. Drive the module’s relays to a nonactive status.


2. Disconnect the relay power supply (24 VDC).
3. Push and turn the two front panel captive retaining screws one half turn to unlatch the module.

NOTE: The module is unlatched when the slots on the screws are vertical and the open end of the slots face
away from the module.

4. Slide the module gently out of the module mounting unit.


5. Configure the replacement module switch settings.

NOTE: Make sure the switch settings are set the same as the original module.

6. Align the replacement module with the guide rails in the same slot assignment of the original module in the
module mounting unit.
7. Slide the module gently in until the front panel is flush with the top and bottom of the MMU frame.
8. Push and turn the two captive retaining screws on the module faceplate one half turn to the latched position.

NOTE: The module is latched when the slots on the screws are vertical and the open ends face the center of
the module.

9. Return to normal operation.

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A. Termination Unit (NTDI01) Configuration Introduction

A. Termination Unit (NTDI01) Configuration


A.1 Introduction
The DSO15 module uses a NTDI01 terminatlion unit for termination. Dipshunts on the NTDI01 unit configure the digital
outputs that are sent to the process.

Refer to Table A-1 to determine the dipshunt strapping to configure your application. Table A-2 provides the relay contact
assignments.

The following figure (Figure A-1) shows the location of the relay contacts. You can refer to this figure when connecting field
wiring to the NTDI01 unit.

Figure A-1 Relay Contract/Terminal Block Assignment

Table A-1 NTDI01 Dipshunt Configuration


Application/Signal Type Dipshunt Configuration
Field powered contact

Table A-2 Relay Contact Assignment


NTDI01 Terminal
Signal
No.
COM1 TB4-1
NO1 TB4-2
NC1 TB4-3
COM2 TB4-4
NO2 TB4-5
NC2 TB4-6
COM3 TB4-7
NO3 TB4-8
NC3 TB3-1
COM4 TB3-2
NO4 TB3-3
NC4 TB3-4
COM5 TB1-1

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Introduction A. Termination Unit (NTDI01) Configuration

Table A-2 Relay Contact Assignment (Continued)


NTDI01 Terminal
Signal
No.
NO5 TB1-2
NC5 TB1-3
COM6 TB1-4
NO6 TB1-5
NC6 TB1-6
COM7 TB1-7
NO7 TB1-8
NC7 TB2-1
COM8 TB2-2
NO8 TB2-3
NC8 TB2-4
Relay Power Supply
-24 VDC TB3-8
(I/O COM)
+24 VDC TB2-8

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INDEX

A N
Address selection switch 1 Nomenclature 3
NTDI01 termination unit 3, 1
B
Binary address conversion 2 O
Bus fault timer 3 Operating procedures 1
Output status indicators 2
C
Cable connections 3 P
Checking connections 2 P1 connector 1
Cleaning P2 connector 1
Edge connectors 2 P3 connector 1
Printed circuit boards 1 PCB cleaning 1
Communications 3 Polarity inversion protection 3
Conventions, document 2 Preventive maintenance
Checking connections 2
D Schedule 1
Diagnostics 1 Tools and equipment 1
Dipshunt 3
Dipshunt strapping 1 R
Reference documents 3
E Related nomenclature 3
Electromechanical relays 1 Relay power 3
Enclosures 3 Replacement procedures 1
Error indications 1
Errors S
Controller 1 S1 switch 1
Missing slave module 2 Special handling 1
Startup procedures 2
F Status LED indicators 1
FC 128 2, 3
FC 83 2 T
Field static kit 1 Termination unit (TU) 1
Field wiring 1 Termination unit (TU) configuration 2
FTP 3 Time-out condition 2
Troubleshooting 1
G
Glossary 2 U
Unpacking and inspection 1
I
Installation 1, 2 W
Module 2 Wiring connections and cabling 3
Termination devices 3
Intended user 1

M
Maintenance 1
Schedule 1
Tools required 1
Missing slave module 2
Module block diagram 1
Module data 2
Module description 1
Module mounting unit 3
Module operating status 1
Module pin connections 2
Module relay states 1
Module replacement 1
Module status 1

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