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Installation instruction

1. General Information

SMARTBOX (Compressor network)

Printed Matter Number : 2946 1651 00


Applicable to : SMARTBOX
Preliminary Operations : -
Safety Instructions : -
Persons Required : 1
Special Tools : Equipment for drilling a hole of 13mm and 19mm
Consumables : -

2. Document Overview
This document covers the following subjects:
1. General Information ..................................................................................................................................................... 1
2. Document Overview ..................................................................................................................................................... 1
3. Safety first .................................................................................................................................................................... 3
4. Introduction .................................................................................................................................................................. 4
4.1. Scope ...................................................................................................................................................................... 4
4.2. Precautions .............................................................................................................................................................. 4
4.2.1. General safety ..................................................................................................................................................... 4
4.2.2. Care and Maintenance ........................................................................................................................................ 4
4.2.3. Enviromental Compliance.................................................................................................................................... 5
5. Requirements ............................................................................................................................................................... 6
5.1. SMARTBOX hardware for a Elektronikon MK5 controller (Ethernet interface) ........................................................ 6
5.1.1. Elektronikon Mk5 Ethernet SMARTBOX Kit (AC 2230 0500 01) ......................................................................... 6
5.1.2. Elektronikon Mk5 Ethernet SMARTBOX contents (AC 1630 0707 00)................................................................ 7
5.2. SMARTBOX hardware for an Elektronikon MkIV controller (CAN Bus Interface) .................................................... 8
5.2.1. Elektronikon MkIV CAN Bus SMARTBOX Kit (AC 2230 0501 01) ...................................................................... 8
5.2.2. Elektronikon MkIV CAN Bus SMARTBOX Pack content (AC 1630 0886 80) ...................................................... 9
5.3. Detailed information parts ...................................................................................................................................... 10
5.4. Necessary tools & extra hardware ......................................................................................................................... 10
6. Installation procedure ................................................................................................................................................. 11
6.1. Restrictions and remarks ....................................................................................................................................... 11
6.2. Determine where to install the SMARTBOX and antenna ..................................................................................... 11
6.3. Mounting the antenna ............................................................................................................................................ 12
6.4. Mounting the cable gland....................................................................................................................................... 12
6.5. Mounting the SMARTBOX on the DIN RAIL .......................................................................................................... 13

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6.6. Connect the antenna cable connector and SMARTBOX ....................................................................................... 13


6.7. Connect the SMARTBOX to the Elektronikon ........................................................................................................ 14
6.8. Install the power supplies ...................................................................................................................................... 14
6.8.1. Assembling ........................................................................................................................................................ 15
6.8.2. Connecting ........................................................................................................................................................ 15
6.8.3. Checking functionality ....................................................................................................................................... 15
6.9. Connect the power supply to the SMARTBOX. ..................................................................................................... 16
7. Checking functionality ................................................................................................................................................ 17
7.1. LED Functionality................................................................................................................................................... 17
7.1.1. Normal Operation .............................................................................................................................................. 17
7.1.2. Details ............................................................................................................................................................... 17
8. Network construction.................................................................................................................................................. 18
8.1. Ethernet cabling ..................................................................................................................................................... 18
8.1.1. Functional Network Connection diagram ........................................................................................................... 19
8.2. CAN cabling ........................................................................................................................................................... 19
8.2.1. Machine not installed in a CAN network ............................................................................................................ 19
8.2.2. Machine already part of a CAN network ............................................................................................................ 19
8.3. Setting up Ethernet – CAN address ....................................................................................................................... 20
9. Default data upload .................................................................................................................................................... 21
9.1. Low data mode ...................................................................................................................................................... 21
9.2. High data mode ..................................................................................................................................................... 24
10. Trouble shooting ........................................................................................................................................................ 28
10.1. No power ............................................................................................................................................................... 28
10.2. No GSM communication ........................................................................................................................................ 28
10.2.1. The SIM card lock is open............................................................................................................................. 28
10.2.2. The SIM card cannot be read and needs cleaning........................................................................................ 29
10.2.3. No connection with the Elektronikon controller ............................................................................................. 30
10.2.4. Other possibilities .......................................................................................................................................... 30
11. Addendum: Spare Parts ............................................................................................................................................. 31
11.1. Kits......................................................................................................................................................................... 31
11.1.1. Kit ETHERNET SMARTBOX (MK5) - 2230 0500 01..................................................................................... 31
11.1.2. Kit CAN SMARTBOX (MkIV) - 2230 0501 01................................................................................................ 31
11.2. Spares ................................................................................................................................................................... 31

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3. Safety first

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4. Introduction

4.1. Scope
This document describes how to install the SMARTBOX kit, all required tools, for what to be careful, and what is limited.

4.2. Precautions

4.2.1. General safety


The SMARTBOX is designed and intended to be used in fixed and mobile applications. «Fixed» means that the device is
physically secured at one location and is not able to be easily moved to another location. «Mobile» means that the device is
designed to be used in other than fixed locations and generally in such a way that a separation distance of at least 20cm (8
inches) is normally maintained between the transmitter’s antenna and the body of the user or nearby persons. The
SMARTBOX is not designed for or intended to be used in portable applications (within 20cm of the body of the user) and
such uses are strictly prohibited.
It is important to follow any special regulations regarding the use of radio equipment due in particular to the possibility of
radio frequency, RF, interference. Please follow the safety advice given below carefully.
• Respect restrictions on the use of radio equipment in fuel depots, chemical plants or where blasting operations are in
progress.
• There may be a hazard associated with the operation of your SMARTBOX close to in adequately protected personal
medical devices such as hearing aids and pacemakers. Consult the manufacturers of the medical device to determine if it
is adequately protected.
• Operation of your SMARTBOX close to other electronic equipment may also cause interference if the equipment is
inadequately protected. Observe any warning signs and manufacturers recommendations.
• In any case of operation, the antenna must be located at least 20cm away from the human body.

4.2.2. Care and Maintenance


Your SMARTBOX is the product of advanced engineering, design and craftsmanship and should be treated with care. The
suggestion below will help you to enjoy this product for many years.
• Do not expose the SMARTBOX to any extreme environment where the temperature or humidity is high.
• Do not attempt to disassemble the SMARTBOX. There are no user serviceable parts inside.
• Do not expose the SMARTBOX to water, rain or spilt beverages, It is not waterproof.
• Do not abuse your SMARTBOX by dropping, knocking, or violent shaking. Rough handling can damage it.
• Do not place the SMARTBOX alongside computer discs, credit or travel cards or other magnetic media. The information
contained on discs or cards may be affected by the phone.
• Do not operate the SMARTBOX in areas where cellular modems are not advised without proper device certifications.
These areas include environments where cellular radio can interfere such as explosive atmospheres, medical equipment,
or any other equipment which may be susceptible to any form of radio interference. The modem can transmit signals that
could interfere with this equipment.

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4.2.3. Enviromental Compliance


• RoHS Directive Compliant

The SMARTBOX is compliant with RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC which sets limits for the use of
certain restricted hazardous substances. This directive states that “from 1st July 2006, new
electrical and electronic equipment put on the market does not contain lead, mercury,
cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) or polybrominated diphenyl
ethers (PBDE)”.

• Disposing of the Product

This electronic product is subject to the EU Directive 2002/96/EC for Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment (WEEE). As such, this product must not be disposed of at a municipal
waste collection point. Please refer to local regulations for directions on how to dispose of this
product in an environmental friendly manner.

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5. Requirements

5.1. SMARTBOX hardware for a Elektronikon MK5 controller (Ethernet interface)

5.1.1. Elektronikon Mk5 Ethernet SMARTBOX Kit (AC 2230 0500 01)

and

1x SMARTBOX Ethernet Pack 1x 110/230VAC power supply incl. SMARTBOX


power cable and terminal block earth

1x End stop terminal 1x External tooth lock washer

1x Antenna with 1m. cable gland 1x straight Ethernet cable 2m, CAT5e,
(possibility of a 5 m. antenna as separated item) one side shielded, other unshielded

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5.1.2. Elektronikon Mk5 Ethernet SMARTBOX contents (AC 1630 0707 00)

1x SMARTBOX Ethernet, 1x Interface cable Ethernet 1x DIN RAIL mounting bracket


incl. device specific SIM card

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5.2. SMARTBOX hardware for an Elektronikon MkIV controller (CAN Bus Interface)

5.2.1. Elektronikon MkIV CAN Bus SMARTBOX Kit (AC 2230 0501 01)

and

1x SMARTBOX CAN Pack 1x 110/230VAC power supply incl. SMARTBOX


power cable and terminal block earth

1x End stop terminal 1x External tooth lock washer

1x Antenna with 1m. cable gland 1x CAN Bus cable 2m with


1
(possibility of a 5 m. antenna as separated item) 2 times 120 ohm end resistor.

1
This cable is a special construction. Do not try to replace it by another one which might looks as equivalent

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5.2.2. Elektronikon MkIV CAN Bus SMARTBOX Pack content (AC 1630 0886 80)

1x SMARTBOX CAN, 1x Interface cable CAN 1x DIN RAIL mounting bracket


incl. device specific SIM card

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5.3. Detailed information parts


• 1x 110V/230VAC 50/60Hz power supply

Input voltage 85 ... 264 V AC 50/60 Hz / 110 … 300 V DC


input current 0.28 ... 0.12 A
Output voltage 24 V DC
Ambient temperature –20 ... +70 °C
Certifications CE, UL, CSA, ATEX

This Power Supply unit, when ordered from Atlas Copco, is delivered
with a dedicated power supply cable required for connecting the
SMARTBOX

• 1x 5.1mm width terminal block for connecting PE of 110V/230VAC power supply to earth ground point of machine

5.4. Necessary tools & extra hardware


Tools:
• Equipment for drilling a hole of 13mm and 19mm
• Wrench nr 19 and 27 [mm]
• Insulated screwdriver for power supply connection; slotted screwdriver 3.5mm

Extra hardware:
• Electric cable and equipment for installing the power supply
• A minimum of 110mm long 35mm DIN rail including mounting gear if no 110mm free space is available in the electric
cabinet.

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6. Installation procedure

6.1. Restrictions and remarks

1. Do not install the SMARTBOX or power supply in the high voltage part of the electric cabinet. Only in the low voltage
part.
2. Do not install the SMARTBOX onto the door of the electric cabinet.
3. The SMARTBOX contains a SIM card. The SIM card only works for SMARTBOX and the SMARTBOX only works with
the SIM card inside. Do not exchange the SIM card between different SMARTBOX devices, it will give problems when
we update software or settings. The SIM card does not work with other devices like cell phones, tablets, etc.
4. In order to have the most optimum installation, always handle the antenna cable carefully. Do not step on the antenna
cable, do not pull hard on the antenna nor connector and do not use a wrench or pliers to mount the antenna connector
onto the SMARTBOX. Always attach the antenna firmly with hand and fingers (finger tight) using the knurled connector
to tighten the antenna.
5. It is recommended to always have an antenna connected to the SMARTBOX before enabling power.
6. An Ethernet SMARTBOX is visually similar to a CAN Bus SMARTBOX. The only difference is the PN visible on the
Smartbox label and the 3 letter ETH (Ethernet) or CAN (CAN bus). Do not use a Ethernet SMARTBOX with an
Elektronikon MkIV and do not use a CAN Bus SMARTBOX with an Elektronikon Mk5.

6.2. Determine where to install the SMARTBOX and antenna


First decide for both SMARTBOX and antenna the mounting place that is most opportune for installation.
The main limitation is the length of the antenna (1 meter) and that you need to get through the “roof” of the machine on a
place where there is only one metal layer.
Because of the electrical cabinet in cubicles, it is common to have 2 layers of metal sheet separating the inside of the
electrical cabinet and outside of the cubicle in most of the area. The only proper solution is to route the antenna cable
through the back of the electric cabinet next to the other electric cables in order to reach the top of the cubicle. The pre-
assembled cable gland on the antenna cable is intended to seal the electrical cabinet for dust.
It is strongly advised that the antenna is mounted on the roof of the machine.

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6.3. Mounting the antenna

First select the place to put the antenna: look for a single layer metal sheet (so go out first out of electrical cubical on the
side and then through the “roof”). Check that the antenna cable is long enough for the chosen position.

1. First drill a 19mm hole in the roof for mounting the antenna. The RF connector and cable gland attached to the antenna
cable is able to go through this 19mm hole.

Work in a clean way, collect and remove all iron particles and dust.

2. Mount the antenna on the roof using the delivered tooth lock washer.
This washer will remove the paint to have a good earth/ground connection.

The tooth lock washer has only one side with sharp edges, it is important that the sharp side is positioned towards the
painted roof.

3. Route the antenna to a place where you can enter the electrical cubicle.

6.4. Mounting the cable gland


The use of the cable gland is required to keep the degree of protection in the electrical cubicle.
1. For mounting the cable gland, drill a hole of 13mm in the electrical cabinet plate.

Work in a clean way, make sure the electrical cubicle is free of iron particles and dust.

2. Rout the antenna cable through the hole and fix the cable gland.

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6.5. Mounting the SMARTBOX on the DIN RAIL

Be careful not to cut your hands when applying force onto the mounting bracket. Be sure to wear safety gloves.

1. Follow these 3 steps;

2. Click the SMARTBOX with mounting bracket onto a 35mm DIN rail as shown on the next picture. This DIN rail has to
be properly mounted inside the electric cubicle onto the metal to have a good earth/ground connection.

6.6. Connect the antenna cable connector and SMARTBOX


Please use your hands only, do not utilize hardware tools.

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6.7. Connect the SMARTBOX to the Elektronikon


1. Connect/click the Ethernet or CAN adapter with the SMARTBOX like shown on the following picture;

2. Connect the SMARTBOX adapter with the Elektronikon controller.


• Mk5:
Plug the Ethernet cable between the SMARTBOX Ethernet adapter and the Ethernet port of the Mk5 controller. The
Ethernet cable has one shielded and one unshielded side (different colours of the connector), it is not important
which side goes where.
In case an Ethernet networked machine is retrofitted with SMARTBOX, then please see the section “Network
contruction”.

• MkIV:
Plug the CAN bus cable between the SMARTBOX CAN adapter and the port “DB9: LAN” of the MkIV controller.
The CAN cable in the kit has two end resistors (1630 0953 00) and hence is ideal for standalone machines.
In case a CAN networked machine is retrofitted with SMARTBOX, then please see the section “Network
contruction”.

6.8. Install the power supplies

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6.8.1. Assembling
The power supply must be mounted in such a way that the input terminals are at the bottom and the output terminals at the
top. Above and below the power supply, the clearance spaces as indicated in the following picture must be maintained.

For guarantying good functionality of the power supply, the Protective Earth (PE) connection must be connected, by means
of a mounting block and a 2.5mm² - 130mm long yellow/green electric wire. Mount the 5.1mm width mounting block next to
the power supply with a 3.5mm slotted screwdriver.

6.8.2. Connecting

Before Installation or maintenance work can begin, the system’s main switch must be switched off and measures taken to
prevent it being switched on again. If this instruction is not observed, touching live parts can result in death or serious
injury.

For installation of the power supply, the relevant country-specific regulations must be observed. A miniature circuit breaker
or motor circuit breaker must be present at the input side.

1. Connect a 2.5mm² - 130mm long yellow/green electric wire between the mounting block and the PE connection of the
power supply.
2. Connect power cabling to L1 and N of the power supply.

6.8.3. Checking functionality


There is a green signal LED on top of the power supply, if this is ON, the power is OK.

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6.9. Connect the power supply to the SMARTBOX.

1. Make sure the connector’s locking mechanism has clicked, this guarantees proper connection.
2. If the Din rail has been mounted in a vertical position, mount the “End stop terminal” beneath the assembled parts.

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7. Checking functionality
After installation of the SMARTBOX kit, and applying power, 3 LED’s should turn ON/start to blink.

7.1. LED Functionality

7.1.1. Normal Operation

Mk5 Ethernet and MkIV CAN Bus

After a booting time > 5min:


• RED LED (1) should blink every 2 seconds. (not permanently on)
• YELLOW LED (2) should be permanently ON or blink during few seconds each minute
• GREEN LED (3) should be permanently ON or blink during few seconds each minute

NOTE: In case the LEDs would not be OK, please see the section “Troubleshooting”.

7.1.2. Details

MK5 Ethernet MK4 CAN bus

RED LED (1) GSM communication :


• Permanently ON : NO GSM communication
• Blinking (2sec) : GSM communication OK

YELLOW LED (2) Ethernet activity: Connection Status:


• Blinking when some data are • Permanently ON:
exchanged between the controller and when CAN bus wiring and CAN bus
the SMARTBOX settings OK
• Permanently OFF:
No data exchange possible between
Controller and SMARTBOX - Incorrect
cabling or wrong controller address –
channel configured into the SMARTBOX

GREEN LED (3) Ethernet Network connectivity: CAN Bus activity:


• Permanently ON: • Blinking when some data are
the SMARTBOX is correctly wired to the exchanged on the CAN bus network.
Elektronikon
• Permanently OFF:
SMARTBOX is NOT well wired to the
Elektronikon

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8. Network construction
This section is only valid in case the SMARTBOX is to be installed in machines which are networked:
• In case your Mk5 Elektronikon is wired in an Ethernet network
• In case your MkIV Elektronikon is wired in a CAN network
Otherwise, please ignore this section.

8.1. Ethernet cabling


The main usage of the SMARTBOX is a point to point Ethernet connection with a Mk5 controlled machine. However,
SMARTBOX can be installed on networked Mk5 controllers as well (for instance when an Ethernet network was made for
the local web browser).
The complexity of constructing such network is brought to the minimum in case following important guidelines are followed;
• Use only Atlas Copco Ethernet cables that have a discontinued shielding, you can recognise these cables because the
two ends do not have the same connector color (one white, one blue). Connecting 2 machines with a regular Ethernet
cable can lead to machine breakdown, power losses and even permanent failure of the electronics in the machine.
• Make sure no Ethernet cable connection is more than 100 meters.
• Use following unmanaged switches. These switches are to be connected on the 24VAC.

5 port unmanaged switch, 24VAC input power 8 port unmanaged switch, 24VAC input power
(PN 1089 9620 21) (AC 1089 9620 22)
For connecting 1 or 2 Mk5 controlled machines and their For connecting to 3 Mk5 controlled machines and their
SMARTBOXes; with 1 spare connection for local PC. SMARTBOXes; with a spare connection for local PC.

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8.1.1. Functional Network Connection diagram

8.2. CAN cabling


There are mainly 2 approaches to install a SMARTBOX; in a machine without an existing CAN network and in a machine
with a CAN network already present.
An existing CAN network is easily noticed when there is already a CAN cable present (typically with a ComBox, ES or a
network multi machine with another Elektronikon).
E.g.: A cable plugged into the DB9 connector marked ‘LAN’ from the Elektronikon MkIV or Combox-E.

8.2.1. Machine not installed in a CAN network


The most recommended way to connect the controller and SMARTBOX is to use the default 2m long CAN cable delivered
with the SMARTBOX kit.
This cable is easy to connect, and doesn’t need any cable construction, is error proof in term of end resistor activation and is
cost - time efficient.
Just connect to 1 side to the SMARTBOX and the other side to the controller.

8.2.2. Machine already part of a CAN network

In case of an already existing CAN network, the default CAN cable supplied in the kit with built in 120 Ohm end resistor
(1630 0953 00) can NOT be used.

In this case, It means the existing CAN network has to be extended, following standard AC procedure: 2946 1361 00
Compressor Area Network (CAN) cabling instruction, by using material such:
• CAN connector (1088 0017 28)
• CAN cable per meter (0017 2610 13)

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8.3. Setting up Ethernet – CAN address


By default, the SMARTBOX is delivered with settings already in place to have correct communication with default factory
settings of Elektronikon controller.
If the settings of the Elektronikon controller are still the default ones (which should be the case of any “standalone” machine),
the SMARTBOX doesn’t have to be commissioned (here: commissioned means changing the SMARTBOX configuration to
match with the current machine configuration by connecting a PC and dedicated Software).
If the settings of the Elektronikon controller are not the default ones anymore, because for example the present machine is
part of a network (ex ES network, ComBox, Ethernet network for internal webbrowser), the SMARTBOX has to be
commissioned.
• In case of Mk5 in an Ethernet network: The IP address of the Elektronikon controller has to be commissioned into the
SMARTBOX by means of the SMARTBOX commissioning tool.
• In case of MkIV in a CAN network: The SMARTBOX has to be commissioned with a node ID, not already used in this
CAN network. This unassigned node ID can be commissioned by means of the SMARTBOX commissioning tool.

In case a SMARTBOX commissioning has to be performed, please refer to the dedicated instruction: SMARTBOX
commissioning Tools: installation and usage.
One way to check the network address is to have a look during the Elektronikon controller booting process, immediately
after powering the controller.

Elektronikon MK5 (Ethernet) Elektronikon MkIV (CAN bus)

Elektronikon default factory settings for Ethernet IP address: Elektronikon default factory settings for CAN Bus Address:
192.168.100.100 31

If the IP address: 192.168.100.100 is visible during Elektronikon If the CAN Bus address: 31 is visible during Elektronikon booting
booting process, your SMARTBOX works without requiring extra process, at the bottom left of the screen, your SMARTBOX works
configuration. without requiring extra configuration.
If different IP address (192.168.100.99, for ex.), a SMARTBOX If between 1 and 30, a SMARTBOX commissioning has to be
commissioning has to be performed. performed.

If IP is not visible during the booting process (or missed), it possible If CAN Bus address is not visible during the booting process (or
to read this settings here: missed), it possible to read this settings here:
Menu → Settings→ Network→ Ethernet: IP address Menu → Modify Parameters → Configuration: Node ID

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9. Default data upload

The amount of data sent is depending on the assigned license type on AirConnect.

License type Data mode

No valid licenses (default) Low data mode

Valid notification+, supervision, Low data mode


or SMARTLINK Uptime license

Valid visualisation+, analysis, High data mode


or SMARTLINK Energy license

Mixed set of valid licenses If valid license for high data mode present: high data mode,
otherwise low data mode

The amount of data is also depending on what is available in the Elektronikon. For each compressor/dryer only part of the
points will be available in the Elektronikon and uploaded. Example: in case there is no dew point measurement, then the
dew point will not be available in the Elektronikon, and will not be uploaded.

9.1. Low data mode


• At boot: the machine parameters (serial number, model, software version etc) are sent to AirConnect. When the
SMARTBOX is not known yet, a new machine is “created” in the unassigned SMARTBOXes list.
• At event: at a machine event (service warning, service pre-warning, warning, pre-warning, shutdown) all available inputs
and counters of the Elektronikon are sampled and uploaded. Warnings should be valid for 2 minutes and the same
warning (same measurements in warning) is not repeated in 24 hours. Shutdowns are always sent. The event upload is
“immediate”.
• At clear event: when the machine event was uploaded and it disappears, the status is uploaded.
• Continuous sampling: the data sampling in low data mode is limited. Focus is on service data and
environmental/cooling/usage parameters. The data is sampled as described below and sent over every week.

Point Description Sample rules


number

(*4) Sample value every week


(*3) Consolidated minimum, maximum and
average over a week, data not added to
consolidation when compressor/dryer is
stopped/unavailable

2520 Triggered service level(s) due to running hours (*4)


2521 Triggered service level(s) due to real time hours (*4)
2523 Triggered service level(s) due to Acc. Volume (*4)
2524 Next service level(s) due to running hours or Acc. Volume (*4)
2525 Next service level(s) due to real time hours (*4)
7476 Time next service due to running hours (*4)
7477 Time next service due to real time hours (*4)
2700 Running hours (*4)
2701 Loaded hours (*4)
2702 Motor starts (*4)
2704 Accumulated volume (*4)
2705 Load relay (*4)

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Point Description Sample rules


number

2706 VSD 0-20% rpm (*4)


2707 VSD 20-40% rpm (*4)
2708 VSD 40-60% rpm (*4)
2709 VSD 60-80% rpm (*4)
2710 VSD 80-100% rpm (*4)
2786 Unloaded hours (*4)
2794 Running hours dryer (*4)
2795 Loaded hours dryer (*4)
7114 Unloaded hours dryer (*4)
501 DP air filter (*3)
509 Compressor outlet pressure (*3)
1000 Ambient Air (*3)
1001 Compressor outlet temperature (*3)
1018 Dryer ambient temperature (*3)
1200 Cooling Air in temperature (*3)
1201 Cooling medium in temperature (*3)
1203 Cooling water in temperature (*3)
1214 Cooling medium temperature (*3)
1600 Motor Current (*3)
1700 Compressor Motor Speed (*3)
1701 IGV % open (*3)
1702 BOV % Closed (*3)
2000 Element 1 Vibration (*3)
2001 Element 2 Vibration (*3)
2002 Element 3 Vibration (*3)
2003 Element 4 Vibration (*3)
2010 SPM Motor D-end (Dbc) (*3)
2011 SPM Motor D-end (Dbm) (*3)
2012 SPM Motor ND-end (Dbc) (*3)
2013 SPM Motor ND-end (Dbm) (*3)
2014 SPM Element 1 D-end (Dbc) (*3)
2015 SPM Element 1 D-end (Dbm) (*3)
2016 SPM Element 1 ND-end (Dbc) (*3)
2017 SPM Element 1 ND-end (Dbm) (*3)
2018 SPM Element 2 D-end (Dbc) (*3)
2019 SPM Element 2 D-end (Dbm) (*3)
2020 SPM Element 2 ND-end (Dbc) (*3)
2021 SPM Element 2 ND-end (Dbm) (*3)
2022 SPM Gearbox (Dbc) (*3)
2023 SPM Gearbox (Dbm) (*3)
2024 SPM LP D-end (Dbc) (*3)
2025 SPM LP D-end (Dbm) (*3)
2026 SPM LP ND-end (Dbc) (*3)

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Point Description Sample rules


number

2027 SPM LP ND-end (Dbm) (*3)


2028 SPM HP D-end (Dbc) (*3)
2029 SPM HP D-end (Dbm) (*3)
2030 SPM HP ND-end (Dbc) (*3)
2031 SPM HP ND-end (Dbm) (*3)
2032 SPM Male D-end (Dbc) (*3)
2033 SPM Male D-end (Dbm) (*3)
2034 SPM Male ND-end (Dbc) (*3)
2035 SPM Male ND-end (Dbm) (*3)
2036 SPM Female D-end (Dbc) (*3)
2037 SPM Female D-end (Dbm) (*3)
2038 SPM Female ND-end (Dbc) (*3)
2039 SPM Female ND-end (Dbm) (*3)
2040 SPM Element 1 Male D-end (Dbc) (*3)
2041 SPM Element 1 Male D-end (Dbm) (*3)
2042 SPM Element 1 Male ND-end (Dbc) (*3)
2043 SPM Element 1 Male ND-end (Dbm) (*3)
2044 SPM Element 2 Male D-end (Dbc) (*3)
2045 SPM Element 2 Male D-end (Dbm) (*3)
2046 SPM Element 2 Male ND-end (Dbc) (*3)
2047 SPM Element 2 Male ND-end (Dbm) (*3)
2048 SPM Element 1 Female D-end (Dbc) (*3)
2049 SPM Element 1 Female D-end (Dbm) (*3)
2050 SPM Element 1 Female ND-end (Dbc) (*3)
2051 SPM Element 1 Female ND-end (Dbm) (*3)
2052 SPM Element 2 Female D-end (Dbc) (*3)
2053 SPM Element 2 Female D-end (Dbm) (*3)
2054 SPM Element 2 Female ND-end (Dbc) (*3)
2055 SPM Element 2 Female ND-end (Dbm) (*3)
2056 SPM Valve 1 Head Suction (Dbc) (*3)
2057 SPM Valve 1 Head Suction (Dbm) (*3)
2058 SPM Valve 1 Crank Suction (Dbc) (*3)
2059 SPM Valve 1 Crank Suction (Dbm) (*3)
2060 SPM Valve 1 Head Discharge (Dbc) (*3)
2061 SPM Valve 1 Head Discharge (Dbm) (*3)
2062 SPM Valve 1 Crank Discharge (Dbc) (*3)
2063 SPM Valve 1 Crank Discharge (Dbm) (*3)
2064 SPM Valve 2 Head Suction (Dbc) (*3)
2065 SPM Valve 2 Head Suction (Dbm) (*3)
2066 SPM Valve 2 Crank Suction (Dbc) (*3)
2067 SPM Valve 2 Crank Suction (Dbm) (*3)
2068 SPM Valve 2 Head Discharge (Dbc) (*3)
2069 SPM Valve 2 Head Discharge (Dbm) (*3)

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Point Description Sample rules


number

2070 SPM Valve 2 Crank Discharge (Dbc) (*3)


2071 SPM Valve 2 Crank Discharge (Dbm) (*3)

9.2. High data mode


• At boot: the machine parameters (serial number, model, software version etc) are sent to AirConnect. When the
SMARTBOX is not known yet, a new machine is “created” in the unassigned SMARTBOXes list.
• At event: at a machine event (service warning, service pre-warning, warning, pre-warning, shutdown) all available inputs
and counters of the Elektronikon are sampled and uploaded. Warnings should be valid for 2 minutes and the same
warning (same measurements in warning) is not repeated in 24 hours. Shutdowns are always sent. The event upload is
“immediate”.
• At clear event: when the machine event was uploaded and it disappears, the status is uploaded.
• Continuous sampling: the data sampling in high data mode is a bit more extensive. Data sampled in low data mode
(service data and environmental/cooling/usage parameters) are expanded with data of typical end customer interest like
compressor inputs (environmental, cooling, etc), and output (pressure, dew point, etc). The data is sampled as described
below and sent over in batches of 6 hours.

Point Description Sample rules


number

(*3) On 1% change, sampling every 5 minutes,


not when compressor/dryer is
stopped/unavailable.
(*5) On change, sampling every 1 minute
(*1) On 0.5 deg change, sampling every 1
hour. Not when compressor/dryer is
stopped/unavailable
(*4) Sample value every week
(*2) Consolidated minimum, maximum and
average over a week, data not added to
consolidation when compressor/dryer is
stopped/unavailable

2520 Triggered service level(s) due to running hours (*4)


2521 Triggered service level(s) due to real time hours (*4)
2523 Triggered service level(s) due to Acc. Volume (*4)
2524 Next service level(s) due to running hours or Acc. Volume (*4)
2525 Next service level(s) due to real time hours (*4)
7476 Time next service due to running hours (*4)
7477 Time next service due to real time hours (*4)
501 DP air filter (*2)
509 Compressor outlet pressure (*3)
1000 Ambient Air (*2)
1001 Compressor outlet temperature (*2)
1010 Dryer LAT (*1)
1018 Dryer ambient temperature (*2)
1047 Pressure dew point (*1)
1073 Dryer PDP (*1)
1200 Cooling Air in temperature (*2)
1201 Cooling medium in temperature (*2)

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Point Description Sample rules


number

1203 Cooling water in temperature (*2)


1214 Cooling medium temperature (*2)
1305 Drive motor cooling air temperature (*2)
1306 Convertor cabinet temperature (*2)
1600 Motor Current (*3)
1700 Compressor Motor Speed (*3)
1701 IGV % open (*3)
1702 BOV % Closed (*3)
2000 Element 1 Vibration (*2)
2001 Element 2 Vibration (*2)
2002 Element 3 Vibration (*2)
2003 Element 4 Vibration (*2)
2010 SPM Motor D-end (Dbc) (*2)
2011 SPM Motor D-end (Dbm) (*2)
2012 SPM Motor ND-end (Dbc) (*2)
2013 SPM Motor ND-end (Dbm) (*2)
2014 SPM Element 1 D-end (Dbc) (*2)
2015 SPM Element 1 D-end (Dbm) (*2)
2016 SPM Element 1 ND-end (Dbc) (*2)
2017 SPM Element 1 ND-end (Dbm) (*2)
2018 SPM Element 2 D-end (Dbc) (*2)
2019 SPM Element 2 D-end (Dbm) (*2)
2020 SPM Element 2 ND-end (Dbc) (*2)
2021 SPM Element 2 ND-end (Dbm) (*2)
2022 SPM Gearbox (Dbc) (*2)
2023 SPM Gearbox (Dbm) (*2)
2024 SPM LP D-end (Dbc) (*2)
2025 SPM LP D-end (Dbm) (*2)
2026 SPM LP ND-end (Dbc) (*2)
2027 SPM LP ND-end (Dbm) (*2)
2028 SPM HP D-end (Dbc) (*2)
2029 SPM HP D-end (Dbm) (*2)
2030 SPM HP ND-end (Dbc) (*2)
2031 SPM HP ND-end (Dbm) (*2)
2032 SPM Male D-end (Dbc) (*2)
2033 SPM Male D-end (Dbm) (*2)
2034 SPM Male ND-end (Dbc) (*2)
2035 SPM Male ND-end (Dbm) (*2)
2036 SPM Female D-end (Dbc) (*2)
2037 SPM Female D-end (Dbm) (*2)
2038 SPM Female ND-end (Dbc) (*2)
2039 SPM Female ND-end (Dbm) (*2)
2040 SPM Element 1 Male D-end (Dbc) (*2)

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Point Description Sample rules


number

2041 SPM Element 1 Male D-end (Dbm) (*2)


2042 SPM Element 1 Male ND-end (Dbc) (*2)
2043 SPM Element 1 Male ND-end (Dbm) (*2)
2044 SPM Element 2 Male D-end (Dbc) (*2)
2045 SPM Element 2 Male D-end (Dbm) (*2)
2046 SPM Element 2 Male ND-end (Dbc) (*2)
2047 SPM Element 2 Male ND-end (Dbm) (*2)
2048 SPM Element 1 Female D-end (Dbc) (*2)
2049 SPM Element 1 Female D-end (Dbm) (*2)
2050 SPM Element 1 Female ND-end (Dbc) (*2)
2051 SPM Element 1 Female ND-end (Dbm) (*2)
2052 SPM Element 2 Female D-end (Dbc) (*2)
2053 SPM Element 2 Female D-end (Dbm) (*2)
2054 SPM Element 2 Female ND-end (Dbc) (*2)
2055 SPM Element 2 Female ND-end (Dbm) (*2)
2056 SPM Valve 1 Head Suction (Dbc) (*2)
2057 SPM Valve 1 Head Suction (Dbm) (*2)
2058 SPM Valve 1 Crank Suction (Dbc) (*2)
2059 SPM Valve 1 Crank Suction (Dbm) (*2)
2060 SPM Valve 1 Head Discharge (Dbc) (*2)
2061 SPM Valve 1 Head Discharge (Dbm) (*2)
2062 SPM Valve 1 Crank Discharge (Dbc) (*2)
2063 SPM Valve 1 Crank Discharge (Dbm) (*2)
2064 SPM Valve 2 Head Suction (Dbc) (*2)
2065 SPM Valve 2 Head Suction (Dbm) (*2)
2066 SPM Valve 2 Crank Suction (Dbc) (*2)
2067 SPM Valve 2 Crank Suction (Dbm) (*2)
2068 SPM Valve 2 Head Discharge (Dbc) (*2)
2069 SPM Valve 2 Head Discharge (Dbm) (*2)
2070 SPM Valve 2 Crank Discharge (Dbc) (*2)
2071 SPM Valve 2 Crank Discharge (Dbm) (*2)
2500 Status bits (*5)
2501 Status bits (*5)
2700 Running hours (*4)
2701 Loaded hours (*4)
2702 Motor starts (*4)
2704 Accumulated volume (*4)
2705 Load relay (*4)
2706 VSD 0-20% rpm (*4)
2707 VSD 20-40% rpm (*4)
2708 VSD 40-60% rpm (*4)
2709 VSD 60-80% rpm (*4)
2710 VSD 80-100% rpm (*4)

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Point Description Sample rules


number

2786 Unloaded hours (*4)


2794 Running hours dryer (*4)
2795 Loaded hours dryer (*4)
7114 Unloaded hours dryer (*4)

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10. Trouble shooting


Following tests have to be performed in the same order as in the document.

10.1. No power
How to detect (after having powered the SMARTBOX for at least 15 min): None of the 3 LED’s has emitted any light.

1. Investigate the power circuitry that should enable


power to the SMARTBOX.
2. In case of the 110/230 VAC 50/60Hz power supply,
check the green LED power indicator (A), which has to
be illuminated. This extra test is helpful to distinguish if
the problem is located before or after the power supply.

Other possible reasons:


• Connectors are not properly mated.
• Upstream fuse blown
• Incorrect power connection
• Hardware damaged.
• Screws are not securely fastened.

10.2. No GSM communication


How to detect (after having powered the SMARTBOX for at least 15 min): the red LED is permanently ON and is not
blinking each 2 sec.
Possible reasons:
• The SIM card lock is open
• The SIM card cannot be read and needs cleaning
• No connection with the Elektronikon controller
• Antenna is not connected
• GSM signal reception is un-sufficient in the current area

10.2.1. The SIM card lock is open

SIM card lock is open: NOT correct. SIM card lock in a correct position

To correct, move the lock to the right

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10.2.2. The SIM card cannot be read and needs cleaning


1. Open the SIM card lock,
2. Push the SIM card (≈ 2-3 mm) to release
(using a thin object or your nail).

3. Remove the SIM card.

4. Clean the SIM card by being rubbed gently against a


dry and clean cloth.

5. Re-insert the SIM card can and push it to the end of


the receptor (be certain to hear the click).

(A) SIM notch

(B) Chip on top

6. Complete by closing the SIM card lock.

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10.2.3. No connection with the Elektronikon controller

MK5 Ethernet MK4 CAN bus

How to detect it: The yellow LED has not been blinking in a The yellow LED is permanently OFF
Be certain your controller is powered. temporal time span of 1min.

Complementary investigation Check if the SMARTBOX green LED is ON or


OFF.

Possible reason • If the green LED is ON, the cabling is OK, • Wrong setting in the CAN bus address.
the IP address setting is NOK (this point (this point can be diagnosed using the
can be diagnosed using the SMARTBOX SMARTBOX commissioning Tool)
commissioning Tool). • Incorrect CAN bus cable used or not
• If the green LED is OFF, the wiring is connected or wrong CAN bus network
NOK topology

10.2.4. Other possibilities


1. Antenna is not connected
2. GSM signal reception is un-sufficient in the current area (this point can be diagnosed using the SMARTBOX
commissioning tool; but a good indication already is if your cell phone has good signal at the location).

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11. Addendum: Spare Parts

11.1. Kits

11.1.1. Kit ETHERNET SMARTBOX (MK5) - 2230 0500 01


Description AC Part Number

SMARTBOX Ethernet Pack (for Mk5 Elektronikon) 1630 0707 80


110/230 VAC 50/60Hz Power Supply incl. SMARTBOX power cable 1630 9900 00 (assembly of 1630 9900 01 & 1089 9407 18)
Terminal Block Earth 1089 0577 46
tooth spring washer 0333 3100 39
Antenna 1 meter 1630 0928 01
end Bracket 6mm 1088 0031 81
Ethernet patch cable 2m, one shielded and one unshielded side 1623 4029 03

11.1.2. Kit CAN SMARTBOX (MkIV) - 2230 0501 01


Description AC Part Number

SMARTBOX CAN Pack (for MkIV Elektronikon) 1630 0886 80


110/230 VAC 50/60Hz Power Supply incl. SMARTBOX power cable 1630 9900 00 (assembly of 1630 9900 01 & 1089 9407 18)
Terminal Block Earth 1089 0577 46
tooth spring washer 0333 3100 39
Antenna 1 meter 1630 0928 01
end Bracket 6mm 1088 0031 81
CAN CABLE 2meter with 120 Ohm end resistors build in 1630 0953 00

11.2. Spares

Power Supply Option1 (Standard) (24V) AC Part Number

24VAC Power Supply 1630 0707 30


Connector Type 734-1 1088 0031 02

Power Supply Option2 (110-230V) AC Part Number

110/230 VAC 50/60Hz Power Supply incl. SMARTBOX power cable 1630 9900 00 (assembly of 1630 9900 01 & 1089 9407 18)
Terminal Block Earth 1089 0577 46

Antenna Items AC Part Number

Tooth spring washer 0333 3100 39


Antenna 1 meter 1630 0928 01
Antenna 5 meter 1630 0928 02

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Ethernet cable Items AC Part Number

Ethernet patch cable 0,5m, one shielded and one unshielded side 1623 4029 01
Ethernet patch cable 1m, one shielded and one unshielded side 1623 4029 02
Ethernet patch cable 2m, one shielded and one unshielded side 1623 4029 03
Ethernet patch cable 5m, one shielded and one unshielded side 1623 4029 04

Mounting Items AC Part Number

End Bracket 6mm 1088 0031 81


Mounting Rail 190mm 0993 7106 08

CAN cable Items AC Part Number

CAN CABLE 2 meter with 120 Ohm end resistors build in 1630 0953 00

Commissioning Tool Items AC Part Number

USB CABLE 1,8 meter, Type A-to-Mini-B 1088 0021 38

Network Items AC Part Number

Unmanaged Ethernet Switch 5 ports 24V AC 1089 9620 21


Unmanaged Ethernet Switch 8 ports 24V AC 1089 9620 22

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