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Installation Manual

For DM400/DM500 VDR Sensor Interface Unit

Document Number 9200327


Version Number 3.0
Date June 2011
Installation Manual for DM400, DM500 VDR Sensor Interface Unit
Copyright Danelec Marine A/S

Revision record
Version Date Description
1.0 September 2006 Original issue of document
1.1 March 2007 Minor revision
2.0 July 2008 References to DM400 included in this document. The
content is unchanged except for updated images.
3.0 June 2011 Changes related to the release VDR program code 3.0 are
included. The most important change is that V3.x supports a
second SIU (extended configuration) and that a module can
be moved to another position (slot) if needed.

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Contents

REVISION RECORD ...........................................................................................................2

1 SCOPE AND PURPOSE ..........................................................................................5


1.1 References................................................................................................................5
1.2 Terms and Abbreviations ..........................................................................................5

2 SYSTEM OVERVIEW ...............................................................................................6


2.1.1 SIU.....................................................................................................................6

3 INSTALLATION........................................................................................................7
3.1 Installation kit ............................................................................................................7
3.2 SIU ............................................................................................................................7
3.2.1 Module rack address..........................................................................................7
3.2.2 Setting the Module Rack Address......................................................................7
3.3 Earth stud..................................................................................................................8
3.4 Power requirements ..................................................................................................8
3.5 Grounding of data cables ..........................................................................................8
3.6 Tool for opening the wire clamps inside the Wago connectors .................................8
3.7 Serial data.................................................................................................................9
3.7.1 Termination resistors for IEC 61162-2 interfaces (RS-422) ...............................9
3.8 Analog data ...............................................................................................................9
3.9 Digital data ..............................................................................................................10

4 CONFIGURATION..................................................................................................11
4.1 System login ...........................................................................................................11
4.2 Default configuration ...............................................................................................12
4.3 Configuration of serial data .....................................................................................12
4.4 Configuration of Digital data....................................................................................13
4.4.1 Allocation of system labels for digital interfaces...............................................13
4.4.2 Configuration of digital channel........................................................................15
4.4.3 Calibration of digital data .................................................................................16
4.5 Configuration of analog data ...................................................................................17
4.5.1 Configuration of analog channel ......................................................................18
4.5.2 Calibration of analog data ................................................................................19

5 EXTENDED CONFIGURATION .............................................................................20


5.1 Better utilization of DPU slot 3 (DPU half slot) ........................................................20
5.1.1 List of p/n for half slot modules ........................................................................20
5.2 Future support for Remote data interfaces (RDIs) ..................................................20
5.3 Default and alternative locations for modules .........................................................21

6 CONFIGURATION OF A SECOND SIU .................................................................22


6.1 Restriction for Adding a SIU....................................................................................23

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7 CHANGING LOCATION OF MODULES ................................................................24

APPENDIX A INSTALLATION OF SIU.............................................................................27

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1 Scope and purpose


Installation manual for DM400/DM500 VDR Sensor Interface Unit.

1.1 References
9200238 Installation Manual for DM200/DM300 S-VDR and DM400/DM500 VDR
9200328 Operators Manual for DM200/DM300 S-VDR and DM400/DM500 VDR
9200331 Installation Manual for Remote Video Interface for DM200, DM300, DM400, DM500
9200343 Inspectors and Authorities Manual for DM200/DM300 S-VDR and DM400/DM500
VDR

1.2 Terms and Abbreviations


BAU Bridge Alarm Unit
BMU Bridge Microphone Unit
DAU Data Acquisition Unit
DPU Data Processing Unit (located inside the DAU)
SIU Sensor interface unit
RVI Remote Video Interface

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2 System overview
Firewire
STP CAT5 Capsule
RS-422 DAU
BAU Power

4 x Audio or
Half slot in dpu
4 x Serial or
8 x Analog or
BMU 8 x Digital
BMU
BMU
BMU
BMU
BMU Ethernet STP CAT5
6 x BMU

1 x VHF 8 x Serial 2 x Radar RVI


1 additional audio e.g. GPS P/N 1000723

channel for VHF or


BMU
Ethernet STP CAT5

1st SIU 2nd SIU 2 x Radar

Gray print denotes that


optional equipment is
needed. Not all
combinations are
supported.

0-24 x Serial 0-16 x Analog 0-64 x Digital


8 x Serial 8 x Analog 48 x Digital
(0-24) (0-16) (0-64)
VDR system overview

2.1.1 SIU
The SIU contains a Module Rack with up to 6 data acquisitions modules and a built in power
supply. The SIU must be connected to the DAU with a standard shielded CAT5 cable.

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3 Installation
3.1 Installation kit
An Installation kit p/n 2300172 is supplied with unit: It contains the following parts:

Item QTY Usage


1 Cable clamp 30x9,5mm 18 For holding the cables to the cable support bar
2 M4 x 30 Pan head PZD A4 10 Use in conjunction with Item 1
3 M4 x 16 Pan head PZD A4 26 Use in conjunction with Item 1
4 IEC angled AC power 1 For connecting AC power to the power supply in
connector the Module Rack
5 Holder for IEC connector 1 Mount this over the IEC power connector for
added support.
6 M3 x 8 Pan head PZD A4 2 Use in conjunction with item 5
7 M3 washer 2 Use in conjunction with item 5
8 Wago connector 12 pole 2 For the Serial interface module
231-112/026-000
9 Wago connector 16 pole 7 For the Analog and Digital interface modules
231-112/026-000
10 Key 1 For locking the SIU door
11 Wago push button 2 Tool for opening the wire clamps inside the
Wago connectors

3.2 SIU
The SIU must be installed on a bulkhead, which can easily carry the weight of the SIU. The SIU
must be protected from rain and seawater and direct sunlight. Consult Appendix A Installation of
SIU for details.

The weight for the SIU is 20Kg / 44 lbs

3.2.1 Module rack address


The module rack is located inside the SIU cabinet

3.2.2 Setting the Module Rack Address


The module rack address must be “0” (default
factory settings) for the first SIU. The module rack
address for the second SIU must be set to “1” before
it is connected to the VDR.

Module Rack with address set to “1”

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3.3 Earth stud


The earth stud located inside the SIU cabinet (right front corner) must be connected to ships earth.
The diameter of the earth stud is 6mm. The earth strap must be fitted with a M6 ring crimp terminal.

3.4 Power requirements


The power supply must be connected the ship’s main power source (110-240AC). The AC power
must be backup up by the vessels emergency power (automatically switch over). The power cable
should be as short as possible and have a conductor area of minimum 0,75mm2. The angled IEC
mains connector supplied with the SIU must be used for the AC input.

The power consumption for the SIU is 75 Watts.

3.5 Grounding of data cables


All data cables must be shielded with a braid screen.

Grounding of data cables

The braid screen, for cables terminated with a Wago terminal block, must be connected to the cable
support beam as shown above.

3.6 Tool for opening the wire clamps inside the Wago connectors
The wire clamps in the Wago connectors can easily be opened with a small tool included in the
installation kit.

Wago push button

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3.7 Serial data


Please observe the following table when equipment is connected to the Serial Interface Module.

I/F type Logical interface ID in configurator


and VDR explorer
SI 00 IEC 61162-2 SI 08
SI 01 IEC 61162-2 SI 09
SI 02 IEC 61162-1 SI 10
SI 03 IEC 61162-1 SI 11
SI 04 IEC 61162-1 SI 12
SI 05 IEC 61162-1 SI 13
SI 06 IEC 61162-1 SI 14
SI 07 IEC 61162-1 SI 15
All inputs are individually galvanic (optically) isolated

3.7.1 Termination resistors for IEC 61162-2 interfaces (RS-422)


The termination resistor for the last IEC 61162-2 interface
on the cable must be switched on. The switch (S2) that
controls the termination resistors is located on the main
PCB of the serial module. The switch in default is set to
the “off” position for termination resistors as shown in the
picture.

Actuator Off On
1 Termination for Termination for
SI 00 off SI 00 on
2 Not used
3 Not used
4 Termination for Termination for
SI 01 off SI 01 on

Termination resistors for the IEC 61162-2 interfaces

3.8 Analog data

Two modes are supported:


Voltage sense +/- 15V Input impedance ≅ 64KΩ
Current sense 4-20mA Input impedance 735Ω

The operational mode of each input is determined by the VDR configuration, consult section 4.5.
All inputs are individually galvanic (optically) isolated.

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3.9 Digital data


Two modes are supported:
Voltage sense DC input, Low Vin < 2VDC
Input impedance ≅ 5KΩ DC input, High 30VDC > Vin > 3VDC
AC input (50-60Hz) Low Vin < 1,4VAC
AC input (50-60Hz) High 20VAC > Vin > 3VAC
Contact closure Low (contact closed) R < 1000Ω
Sense current 1mA High (contact open) R > 3000Ω

The operational mode of each input is determined by the VDR configuration, consult section 4.4
All inputs are individually galvanic (optically) isolated

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4 Configuration
4.1 System login
Consult the installation manual the S-VDR and VDR for details.

Main configuration menu

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4.2 Default configuration


The boot flash for a VDR contains a default configuration which covers the hardware for a standard
VDR. The default configuration only includes one SIU. A second SIU must be configured manually
se section 6.

Default configuration for interfaces on SIU 1


Physical Channel # in I/F type Channel ID Comm. I/F active Timeout
I/F (SIU) Configuration text setup
SI00 slot 1 SI08 IEC 61162-2 Undefined 4800,8,N,1 Yes Disabled
SI01 slot 1 SI09 IEC 61162-2 Undefined 4800,8,N,1 Yes Disabled
SI02 slot 1 SI10 IEC 61162-1 Undefined 4800,8,N,1 Yes Disabled
SI03 slot 1 SI11 IEC 61162-1 Undefined 4800,8,N,1 Yes Disabled
SI04 slot 1 SI12 IEC 61162-1 Undefined 4800,8,N,1 Yes Disabled
SI05 slot 1 SI13 IEC 61162-1 Undefined 4800,8,N,1 Yes Disabled
SI06 slot 1 SI14 IEC 61162-1 Undefined 4800,8,N,1 Yes Disabled
SI07 slot 1 SI15 IEC 61162-1 Undefined 4800,8,N,1 Yes Disabled

Physical interface Channel # in Module (slot) Channel active Mode


(SIU) configuration active
AN00 – AN07 slot 2 AN00 – AN07 Yes Yes Voltage sense

Physical interface Channel # in Module (slot) Channel active Mode


(SIU) configuration active
DI00 – DI15 slot 3 DI00 – DI15 Yes Yes Voltage sense
DI00 – DI15 slot 4 DI16 – DI31 Yes Yes Voltage sense
DI00 – DI15 slot 5 DI32 – DI47 Yes Yes Voltage sense
DI00 – DI15 slot 6 DI48 – DI63 No - Voltage sense

4.3 Configuration of serial data


A VDR system may include four serial modules

Default position of module Module # in VDR Interface number in VDR


configuration configuration and VDR
Explorer
Serial I/F module in DPU, slot 1* 1 SI00 – SI07
Serial I/F module in SIU 1, slot 1 2 SI08 – SI15
Serial I/F module in SIU 2, slot 1 3 SI16 – SI23
Not defined 4 SI24 – SI31
*Embedded on the SAP PCB in a DPU 200-01

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4.4 Configuration of Digital data


4.4.1 Allocation of system labels for digital interfaces

Default position of module Module # in VDR Interface number in VDR


configuration configuration and VDR
Explorer
Digital I/F module in SIU 1, slot 3 1 DI00 – DI15
Digital I/F module in SIU 1, slot 4 2 DI16 – DI31
Digital I/F module in SIU 1, slot 5 3 DI32 – DI47
Digital I/F module in SIU 1, slot 6 4 DI48 – DI63
Digital I/F module in SIU 2, slot 3 5 DI64 – DI79
Digital I/F module in SIU 2, slot 4 6 DI80 – DI95
Digital I/F module in SIU 2, slot 5 7 DI96 – DI111
Digital I/F module in SIU 2, slot 6 8 DI112 – DI127

Module #
A unique identification of the module.

Slot
Position of module (slot).

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Active
Parameter used for activating or de-activation a module. Notice, it is possible to allocate a slot for a
de-activated module and configure it. De-activating a module will not erase its configuration.

Name
Informative text.

Node ID
Informative text.

Number of channels
Indicates the number channels the module occupies in the configuration space. Please notice that
only the first eight of these interfaces exist on a Digital 08-001 module.

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4.4.2 Configuration of digital channel

Active
This checkbox is used to enable/disable the channel

Channel #
Unique identification of this interface

Channel ID
There are several descriptive fields related to the configuration for a serial channel. The text entered
in this field will be used in conjunction with the replay software. The recommended use of this field
is to store the generic term for the connected equipment e.g. Fire door #1.

Source info
Additional descriptive field.

Source type
Descriptive field - must be used for unambiguously describing the equipment connected to this
interface i.e. type, model.

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Type
Two operational modes are supported.
- Voltage sense (Normal)
- Contact closure
Consult section 3.9 for details

Note
Informative text.

4.4.3 Calibration of digital data


The current value of the signals applied to digital inputs is displayed on this page.

It is possible to swap the definition of inactive state (low voltage or contact closed) and the active
state (high voltage or contact open). The value for the input (channel) which is currently being
calibrated is indicated with gray background color.

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4.5 Configuration of analog data


Click on “Analog” on the main menu.

Module #
A unique identification of the module.

System slot
Position of module (slot).

Active
Parameter used for activating or de-activation a module. Notice that it is possible to allocate a slot
for and configure a de-activated module. De-activating a module will not erase its configuration.

Name
Informative text.

Node ID
Informative text.

Number of channels
Indicates the number channels the module occupies in the configuration space. Please notice that
only the first eight of these interfaces exist on an Analog 08-001 module.

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4.5.1 Configuration of analog channel

Active
This checkbox is used to enable/disable the channel.

Channel #
Unique identification of this interface

Channel ID
There are several descriptive fields related to the configuration for an analog channel. The text
entered in this field will be used in conjunction with the replay software. The recommended use of
this field is to store the generic term for the connected equipment e.g. azipod #1.

Source info
Additional descriptive field.

Source type
Descriptive field - must be used for unambiguously describing the equipment connected to this
interface i.e. type, model.

Source unit

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The unit of measurement e.g. RPM

Mode
Two operational modes are supported.
- Voltage sense
- Current loop
Consult section 3.8 for details

Note
Informative text.

4.5.2 Calibration of analog data

Analog data must in general be calibrated before they are useful i.e. no vessel sails 5V. The two
calibration points should be set close to the extremes if possible.

E.g. Calibration of a speed log, which is generating analog output:


Calibration point 1: Enter the value indicated by the speed log while stopped or sailing very slowly.
Calibration point 2: Enter the value indicated by the speed log while sailing close to maximum
speed.

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5 Extended configuration
VDR program code V3.x supports larger VDR configurations (second SIU and two RDIs) and some
constraints for the location of the modules have been removed.

Standard configuration Extended configuration


(Program code V2.x) (Program code V3.x)
Serial inputs 16 (2 modules) 32 (4 modules)
Analog inputs 16 (1 module) 32 (2 modules)
Digital inputs 64 (4 modules) 128 (8 modules)
Audio inputs 12 (2 modules) 12 (2 modules)
Video inputs 4 (2 modules) 4 (2 modules)

5.1 Better utilization of DPU slot 3 (DPU half slot)


The V3.x VDR program code supports that slot 3 in the DPU (half slot) can be used for another
module than the audio module. This is useful if just a few extra inputs are needed. Notice that the
full slot modules do not fit i.e. half slot module is needed:

Standard configuration Extended configuration


(Program code V2.x) (Program code V3.x)
Audio 4 4 or
Serial N/a 4 or
Analog N/a 8 or
Digital N/a 8
The maximum number of supported modules (see section 5) must be observed

5.1.1 List of p/n for half slot modules


2301706-10 Serial module 4ch Type 1, Serial 04-001, half slot
2301294-10 Digital module 8ch, Digital 08-001, half slot
2300109-10 Audio module type 2 with DSP 4ch, Audio 04-002, half slot
2301737-10 Analog module 8ch, Analog 08-001, half slot

5.2 Future support for Remote data interfaces (RDIs)


VDR program code V3.x is prepared for a configuration with two additional RDIs. A RDI is
basically a SIU with only one slot.

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5.3 Default and alternative locations for modules


A default location is defined for all modules (except for serial module #4). Most modules can be
moved to another location. This may facilitate better utilization of the available slots.

E.g.:
A VDR installation with only one SIU requires 24 serial inputs but only 48 digital inputs. This may
be achieved by replacing digital module #4 in SIU#1 slot 6 with Serial module #3, consult section
7.

Default location Alternative locations


Serial module #1 SI00 – SI07 DPU slot 1 (fixed) None
Serial module #2 SI08 – SI15 SIU#1 slot 1 DPU slot 3
RDI1, RDI2
Serial module #3 SI16 – SI23 SIU#2 slot 1 DPU slot 3
RDI1, RDI2
SIU#1 slot 1,2,5,6.
SIU#2 slot 2,5,6.
Serial module #4 SI24 – SI31 Not defined DPU slot 3
RDI1, RDI2
SIU#1 slot 1,2,5,6.
SIU#2 slot 1,2,5,6.

Analog module #1 AN00-AN15 SIU#1 slot 2 DPU slot 3. RDI1, RDI2


Analog module #2 AN16-AN31 SIU#2 slot 2 DPU slot 3. RDI1, RDI2

Digital module #1 DI00-DI15 SIU#1 slot 3 DPU slot 3. RDI1, RDI2


Digital module #2 DI16-DI31 SIU#1 slot 4 DPU slot 3. RDI1, RDI2
Digital module #3 DI32-DI47 SIU#1 slot 5 DPU slot 3. RDI1, RDI2
Digital module #4 DI48-DI63 SIU#1 slot 6 DPU slot 3. RDI1, RDI2
Digital module #5 DI64-DI79 SIU#2 slot 3 DPU slot 3. RDI1, RDI2
Digital module #6 DI80-DI95 SIU#2 slot 4 DPU slot 3. RDI1, RDI2
Digital module #7 DI96-DI111 SIU#2 slot 5 DPU slot 3. RDI1, RDI2
Digital module #8 DI112-DI127 SIU#2 slot 6 DPU slot 3. RDI1, RDI2

Audio module #1 BMU1x- BMU3x, DPU slot 2 (fixed) None


VHF 1 and AUD4
Audio module #2 AUD5x DPU slot 3 None

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6 Configuration of a second SIU


From WEB configurator main menu, select the “Configuration Sub menu”.

Click on “SIU and Module config”.

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Click on “Show card-config”.

This page shows the current configuration and may be used to add or remove a SIU or RDI.

6.1 Restriction for Adding a SIU


It is not possible to add a SIU (this is indicated by a gray button) if one of the needed modules is
already allocated (i.e. “Active” must be unchecked and “Slot” set to “Unconfigured” for the needed
modules):

Slot # SIU #1 SIU #2


1 Serial module 2 Serial module 3
2 Analog module 1 Analog module 2
3 Digital module 1 Digital module 5
4 Digital module 2 Digital module 6
5 Digital module 3 Digital module 7
6 Digital module 4 Digital module 8

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7 Changing location of modules


E.g.:
A VDR installation with only one SIU requires 24 serial inputs but only 48 digital inputs. This can
be achieved by replacing the digital module #4 in SIU#1 slot 6 with Serial module #3

Step 1: From WEB configurator main menu, select the “Digital sub menu” and select module # 4
(use “Next” or “Goto”).

Step 2: Click on “Edit”.

Deactivate the card and set “System Slot” to “Unconfigured” and then click on “Submit”

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Step 3: From WEB configurator main menu, select the “Serial sub menu” and select module # 3
(use “Next” or “Goto”).

Step 4: Click on “Edit”

Activate the module, allocate SIU1 slot 6 and click on “Submit”.

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The new configuration may be verified on the “SIU and module configuration” page.

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Appendix A Installation of SIU

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