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Compact Controller for Stand-by and Parallel Operating Gen-sets

Inteli New Technology


Modular Gen-set Controller

IG-EE, IG-EEC, IG-NT, IG-NTC, IS-NT, IM-NT

Software version IGS-NT-2.4, IM-NT-2.5, August 2010

INSTALLATION GUIDE

ComAp, spol. s r.o.


Copyright © 2010 ComAp s.r.o. Kundratka 2359/17, 180 00 Praha 8, Czech Republic
Written by Keřka Tel: +420 246 012 111, Fax: +420 246 316 647
Prague, Czech Republic E-mail: info@comap.cz, www.comap.cz
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents .............................................................................................................................................. 2
General Guidelines............................................................................................................................................ 6
What is described in this manual? ................................................................................................................ 6
WARNING ..................................................................................................................................................... 6
Remote control ........................................................................................................................................... 6
Dangerous voltage ........................................................................................................................................ 6
Adjust set points............................................................................................................................................ 6
Conformity declaration .................................................................................................................................. 7
Symbols......................................................................................................................................................... 7
Text ............................................................................................................................................................... 7
Required and optional modules .................................................................................................................... 8
Dongle overview......................................................................................................................................... 8
Available PC software ................................................................................................................................ 9
Marine Application Notes................................................................................................................................. 10
Safety requirements .................................................................................................................................... 10
Power supply............................................................................................................................................ 11
Default configuration ................................................................................................................................... 11
Override function ...................................................................................................................................... 12
Terminals and Dimensions .............................................................................................................................. 13
IG-EE, IG-EEC, IG-NT, IG-NTC, IM-NT................................................................................................... 13
IG-DISPLAY ............................................................................................................................................. 13
IS-NT with IS-Display ............................................................................................................................... 14
IS-DISPLAY.............................................................................................................................................. 14
INTELIVISION 8 ....................................................................................................................................... 15
IS-NT with InteliVision 8 ........................................................................................................................... 15
IS-NT-BB .................................................................................................................................................. 16
IG-AVRi + IG-AVRi TRANS..................................................................................................................... 16
IS-BIN16/8................................................................................................................................................... 17
IS-AIN8 ........................................................................................................................................................ 18
IGL-RA15 Remote annunciator................................................................................................................... 18
IGS-PTM ..................................................................................................................................................... 19
IG-IB Internet bridge.................................................................................................................................... 20
I-LB Local Bridge......................................................................................................................................... 21
I-CB Communication Bridge........................................................................................................................ 22
I-RB16, I-RB16/231 relay board.................................................................................................................. 22
Mechanical dimension.............................................................................................................................. 22
I-CR CAN repeater...................................................................................................................................... 23
I-AOUT8 ...................................................................................................................................................... 24
Functions.................................................................................................................................................. 24
CAN address jumper setting .................................................................................................................... 25
Analog output hardware modification....................................................................................................... 25
LED indication .......................................................................................................................................... 25
Wiring and jumper setting example.......................................................................................................... 25
I-LBA ........................................................................................................................................................... 25
Front panels ................................................................................................................................................ 27
InteliGen NT controller ............................................................................................................................. 27
InteliMains NT controller........................................................................................................................... 27
InteliSys NT controller .............................................................................................................................. 28
InteliVision 8 ............................................................................................................................................. 28
IG-DISPLAY wiring................................................................................................................................... 29
IS-DISPLAY wiring ................................................................................................................................... 30
InteliVision 8 wiring................................................................................................................................... 31
Recommended Wiring ..................................................................................................................................... 34
IG-EE........................................................................................................................................................... 34

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Basic module for Electronic engines ........................................................................................................ 34
Interface ................................................................................................................................................... 35
IG-EEC ........................................................................................................................................................ 36
InteliGen – Basic module for Electronic Engines - option C .................................................................... 36
Interface ................................................................................................................................................... 37
IG-NT........................................................................................................................................................... 38
InteliGen – New Technology .................................................................................................................... 38
Interface ................................................................................................................................................... 39
IG-NTC ........................................................................................................................................................ 40
InteliGen – New Technology – Option C.................................................................................................. 40
Interface ................................................................................................................................................... 41
IS-NT-BB ..................................................................................................................................................... 42
InteliSys – New Technology – Base Box ................................................................................................. 42
Interface ................................................................................................................................................... 43
IM-NT .......................................................................................................................................................... 44
InteliMains – New Technology ................................................................................................................. 44
Interface ................................................................................................................................................... 45
Recommended wiring IG-NT – SPTM application ...................................................................................... 46
Recommended wiring IG-NT – SPI application .......................................................................................... 47
Recommended wiring IG-NT – MINT application ....................................................................................... 48
IS-DISPLAY................................................................................................................................................. 49
Wiring .......................................................................................................................................................... 49
General..................................................................................................................................................... 49
Power supply............................................................................................................................................ 49
Power supply fusing ................................................................................................................................. 50
Grounding................................................................................................................................................. 50
Magnetic pick-up ...................................................................................................................................... 50
Voltage measurement ................................................................................................................................. 52
Voltage measurement separation ............................................................................................................ 52
IG MTU ..................................................................................................................................................... 53
Current measurement ................................................................................................................................. 53
Earth fault protection ................................................................................................................................ 54
Single phase applications ........................................................................................................................... 55
Recommended wiring............................................................................................................................... 55
Controller Binary inputs and outputs........................................................................................................... 57
Binary output via I-RB16 .......................................................................................................................... 57
Wiring example 1...................................................................................................................................... 57
Wiring example 2...................................................................................................................................... 58
Wiring example 3...................................................................................................................................... 58
Binary inputs on IS-BIN16/8........................................................................................................................ 59
Binary outputs on IS-BIN16/8...................................................................................................................... 59
Binary output protections ......................................................................................................................... 59
Dongle installation....................................................................................................................................... 60
IS-NT Jumpers ............................................................................................................................................ 60
Analog input jumpers................................................................................................................................ 61
Speed governor output jumper................................................................................................................. 61
Analog output jumper ............................................................................................................................... 62
Analog inputs wiring examples.................................................................................................................... 63
Resistive sensors (two wires)................................................................................................................... 63
Resistive sensors (one wire) .................................................................................................................... 63
Current sensors........................................................................................................................................ 64
Current and resistive sensors .................................................................................................................. 64
Voltage and resistive sensors .................................................................................................................. 64
Analog inputs on IS-AIN8............................................................................................................................ 65
External modules connection ...................................................................................................................... 66
IS-AIN8, IS-BIN8/16 address setting........................................................................................................ 66
IS-AIN8, IS-BIN8/16 SW version check ................................................................................................... 66
IGS-PTM and IGL-RA15 module connection ........................................................................................... 67
Connection of ECU on CAN1................................................................................................................... 68

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CAN bus Tx, Rx LED indication ............................................................................................................... 68
I-CB wiring and configuration ...................................................................................................................... 68
Recommended CAN/RS485 connection..................................................................................................... 69
CAN bus connection................................................................................................................................. 69
RS485 connection .................................................................................................................................... 69
Default Sensors ............................................................................................................................................... 71
Default characteristics................................................................................................................................. 71
CONTROLLER......................................................................................................................................... 71
Tristate sensor.......................................................................................................................................... 71
IS-AIN8 ..................................................................................................................................................... 71
Sensor fail (Fls) ........................................................................................................................................... 73
Speed Governor Interface List ........................................................................................................................ 74
Electronic engines interface ........................................................................................................................ 74
Communication Bridge Unit ..................................................................................................................... 74
Speed governor interface............................................................................................................................ 74
Controller Speed reg out voltage limits .................................................................................................... 74
AVR Interface List............................................................................................................................................ 80
Technical Data................................................................................................................................................. 88
Power supply............................................................................................................................................... 88
Operating conditions ................................................................................................................................... 88
Dimensions and weight ............................................................................................................................... 89
Mains and generator ................................................................................................................................... 89
Current inputs........................................................................................................................................... 89
Voltage inputs – IG/IS-NT and modifications ........................................................................................... 89
Binary inputs and outputs............................................................................................................................ 89
Binary inputs............................................................................................................................................. 89
Binary open collector outputs................................................................................................................... 89
Analog inputs............................................................................................................................................... 90
D+ function .................................................................................................................................................. 90
Speed pick-up input .................................................................................................................................... 90
Communication interface ............................................................................................................................ 90
RS232 interface........................................................................................................................................ 90
RS485 interface........................................................................................................................................ 90
CAN bus interface .................................................................................................................................... 90
Analog outputs ............................................................................................................................................ 91
IG-AVRi ....................................................................................................................................................... 91
IG-AVRi Trans/LV..................................................................................................................................... 91
IG-AVRi Trans/100 ................................................................................................................................... 91
IGS-PTM ..................................................................................................................................................... 91
Binary inputs............................................................................................................................................. 92
Binary open collector outputs................................................................................................................... 92
Analog inputs............................................................................................................................................ 92
Analog output ........................................................................................................................................... 92
IS-AIN8........................................................................................................................................................ 92
Analog inputs............................................................................................................................................ 92
I-AOUT8 ...................................................................................................................................................... 93
IS-BIN16/8................................................................................................................................................... 93
Binary inputs............................................................................................................................................. 93
Open collector outputs ............................................................................................................................. 94
Frequency inputs...................................................................................................................................... 94
IGL-RA15 .................................................................................................................................................... 94
Power supply............................................................................................................................................ 94
Operating conditions ................................................................................................................................ 94
Dimensions and weight ............................................................................................................................ 94
Horn output............................................................................................................................................... 94
I-CB, I-CR.................................................................................................................................................... 94
Power supply............................................................................................................................................ 94
Operating conditions ................................................................................................................................ 94
Dimensions and weight ............................................................................................................................ 95

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CAN bus interface .................................................................................................................................... 95
RS232 interface........................................................................................................................................ 95
I-LB.............................................................................................................................................................. 95
IG-IB ............................................................................................................................................................ 95
I-RBxx.......................................................................................................................................................... 95
IG-MTU........................................................................................................................................................ 95
IG-MTU-2-1 ................................................................................................................................................. 96

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General Guidelines
What is described in this manual?

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS


SAVE THESE INSTRUCTION - This manual contains important instructions for IGS-NT controllers
family that shall be followed during installation and maintenance of the Inteli NT genset controllers.
It is intended for use by Gen-set control panel builders and for everybody who is concerned with installation,
operation and maintenance of the gen-set.

WARNING

Remote control
The controller can be remotely controlled. In the event that maintenance needs to be done to the gen-set,
check the following to ensure that the engine cannot be started.
To be sure:
Disconnect remote control via RS232 or another communication line
Disconnect input REMOTE START/STOP
or
Disconnect output STARTER and outputs GCB CLOSE/OPEN and MCB CLOSE/OPEN.

Be aware the unqualified manipulation can disconnect the object from the power supply source.

The controller contains a large number of configurable setpoints, because of this it is impossible to describe
all applications. Controller functions are subject to change from SW version to SW version. This manual only
describes the product and is not guaranteed to be set for your application on arrival.

!!! CAUTION !!!


Dangerous voltage
The terminals for voltage and current measurement should never be touched.
Properly connect the grounding terminals.
Do not disconnect the Controller CT terminals for any reason.

Adjust set points


All parameters are djusted to their typical values. But the set points in the “Basic settings” settings
group !!must!! be adjusted before the first startup of the gen-set.

!!! WRONG ADJUSTMENT OF BASIC PARAMETERS CAN DESTROY THE GEN-SET !!!

The following instructions are for qualified personnel only.


To avoid personal injury do not perform any action not specified in this User guide !!!

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WARNING – VERY IMPORTANT !!!
Be aware that the binary outputs can change state during and after software reprogramming.
Before the controller is used again ensure that the proper configuration and setpoint settings are
set in the controller.

Every time you want to disconnect following controller terminals:

• Mains voltage measuring and / or


• Binary output for MCB control and / or
• MCB feedback

Be aware that the MCB can be switched off and gen-set can start !!!
Switch controller to MAN mode and disconnect the Binary outputs Starter and Fuel or press
EMERGENCY STOP button to avoid unexpected automatic start of gen-set and GCB closing during any
work or maintenance on the gen-set or switchboard.

Conformity declaration

Following described machine complies with the appropriate basic safety and health
requirement of the EC Low Voltage Directive No: 73/23 / EEC and EC
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/336 / EEC based on its design and type,
as brought into circulation by us.

Symbols
Symbols used in this manual:

Grounding point AC voltage DC voltage


symbol symbol symbol

Text
PAGE (Capital letters in the frame) buttons on the front panel

Break Return (Italic) set points


Generator protections Set point group

Note:
ComAp believes that all information provided herein is correct and reliable and reserves the right to update
at any time. ComAp does not assume any responsibility for its use unless otherwise expressly undertaken.

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Required and optional modules
Accessories Description Standard / Optional
IG-EE Controller Central Units with internal display Standard
IG-EEC
IG-NT
IG-NTC
IM-NT
IS-NT-BB Controller Central Unit without internal display Standard
IG-Display Additional display for IG-NT/NTC/EE/EEC, IM-NT Optional
IS-Display Additional display for IS-NT-BB Optional
InteliVision 8 Additional COLOR display for IS-NT-BB, IG- Optional
NT/NTC/EE/EEC, IM-NT
IG-AVRI Controller AVR interface Optional
IG-AVRi-TRANS/LV Voltage transformer for supplying AVRi module Optional
IG-AVRi-TRANS/100
AT LINK-CABLE RS232 (InteliMonitor, GenConfig) communication cable Optional
1,8m (It is not a part of controller delivery.)
IS-AIN8 (V2.4) External analog inputs unit Optional
IS-BIN16/8 (V1.6) External binary I/O unit Optional
I-LB (V1.0) Inteli-Local Bridge Optional
I-LB+ Option w/o USB replaces IG-MU (RS232/RS485
communication speed increased to 57600 bps); option
“+” with USB allows higher communication speed with
multiple controllers to a local PC.
IG-IB (V2.1) Internet bridge Optional
I-CB/CAT-Gas Optional
I-CB/CAT-Diesel Inteli - Communication Bridge:
I-CB/MTU Interface unit for some types of engines with ECU
I-CB/MTU-SIAM4000 (without J1939)
I-CB/DeutzTEMe
IGL-RA15 (V1.6) Remote annunciator Optional
IGS-PTM (V8.0) External analog, binary I/O unit Optional
I-AOUT8 (V1.0) 8 analog outputs unit Optional
IG-MTU Voltage transformer unit to separate mains and Optional
generator voltage measurement
IG-MTU-2-1 Voltage transformer unit with voltage ratio 2:1 to Optional
separate mains and generator voltage measurement

Controller central unit contains complete hardware for all applications. Number of inputs and outputs can be
expanded by additional modules IS-AIN8, IS-BIN16/8, IGS-PTM, IGL-RA15, I-AOUT8.

Dongle overview
Dongle Function
No dongle for Single parallel to mains is required.
IGS-NT-LSM+PMS Dongle for multiple applications MINT with Load sharing, Var sharing
and Power management function
IGS-NT-miniCHP Enlarges the set of PLC functions for simple CHP applications (for
IG-NT and IG-EE controller types)
IGS-NT-LSM+PMS- Combined dongle for Load sharing and Power management and
miniCHP PLC functions enlargement for simple CHP applications (for IG-NT
and IG-EE controller types)

See chapter Dongle installation to learn how to place the dongle into the controller.

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Available PC software
Name Function
GenConfig Common IGS-NT family configuration (off-line) tool.
InteliMonitor Common IGS-NT family monitoring (on-line) tool.
WinScope Graphic monitoring-recording tool.
Hint:
For more information about controllers and modules (number of I/O, communication ports, …) see IGS-NT-
x.y-Application guide.pdf.

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Marine Application Notes
The IGS-NT system and components can be used as Control, Monitoring and Protection for single and
multiple generator applications according to Marine Type Approval Regulation

Controller is tested and approved:


- For location in Machinery spaces and Control room – Location class B.
- According the EMC rules for general power distribution zones.

Safety requirements
Additional, independent safety and protection devices are necessary to meet safety requirements of Rules
and Regulations of Marine Classification Societies. The sensors and circuits utilized for the second stage
alarm and automatic shutdown are to be independent of those required for the first stage alarm (LR
Rulefinder 2008 - V9.10).

The project designer is responsible to follow Marine regulations in project design wiring and InteliGen-NT or
InteliSys-NT controller configuration and setpoint setting.

Usually is necessary to use additional, independent equipment for Emergency stop, Overspeed, Low oil
pressure and Overcurrent protection.

Oil mist and engine bearing temperature monitoring are to be provided when arrangements are fitted to
override the automatic shutdown for excessive reduction of the lubrication oil pressure (or for engines above
2250 kW). The Overriding of this protection is to be independent.

Required alarms and safeguards for auxiliary engines.


Lubrication oil inlet temperature high
Lubrication oil inlet pressure low
Coolant outlet temperature high
Coolant pressure or flow low
Exhaust gas temperature high

The maximal wire length for Binary (Analog) inputs and outputs should be less than 10 meters, otherwise the
separation relay or additional protection has to be used.

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In the case of longer distance wires the additional protection has to be used for Signal inputs and
Outputs close to controller terminals. Protection is available on request in ComAp.

Power supply
To have full Surge protection ±2kV for controller power supply terminals the external component
(e.g. two DK4/35 U S14 K60 from Weidmueller for DIN rail) has to be connected.

IG-NT or IS-NT
controller
+24VB from battery

+24VB

0VB
-24VB from battery

Controller box shielding

The I-LBA (low battery adaptor) module is to be used when power supply voltage dip up to 200ms is
required. The up to 100ms supply voltage dip is acceptable by IG-NT or IS-NT controller itself.

Default configuration
Use the default IG-MINT-Marine-2.3.ant or IS-MINT-Marine-2.3.ant (or higher) to avoid incorrect system
setting and configuration.

Default configuration can be modified using the GenConfig-2.3 (or higher) PC tool. Please take care of
following items that are included in default configuration file:

- The function "Virtual Peripheries" shall not be used for marine application.

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- An automatic start of the generator after acknowledgement of alarm shall be prevented (Basic settings:
FltResGoToMAN = ENABLED).
- Common alarm contacts interfacing the machinery alarm system shall be re-triggered in case of occurring
new alarm" (BO5 = Alarm flashing).

Override function
The “Sd override” (Shut-down override) function is included in default configuration on Binary input BI7.
Active Override is indicated by a " ! " mark on the display and on Binary output BO4 Common SdOvr.

The default Override function blocks all protections except the Overspeed, Emergency stop and all Analog or
Binary protections configured as SD Override.

It is strongly recommended to modify names of such values to begin or finish with letters SDO – e.g.
WaterTemp SDO.

Use internal PLC function when the independent override protection e.g. for Bearing temperature is required.

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Terminals and Dimensions
IG-EE, IG-EEC, IG-NT, IG-NTC, IM-NT

110 (4,3“)

123 (4,8“)
170 (6,7")
RS232

USB
123 (4,8“)

Cutout for IG-XX/IM-NT


113 x 175 mm
4,4 x 6,9”
2,7“
68

185 (7,3")

IG-DISPLAY
110 (4,3“)
123 (4,8“)

185 (7,3")

170 (6,7") Cutout for IG-DISPLAY


113 x 175 mm
4,4 x 6,9”

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IS-NT with IS-Display

110 (4,3“)

184 (72,44“)
176 (6,9“)
280 (11")
RS232

USB

Cutout for IS-NT


170 (6,7") 178 x 282
~130 (5,1“)

7,0 x 11,1”
98 (3,9“)

1,2“ 2,7“
30 68

1,2“
30

290 (114,2")

IS-DISPLAY
184 (72,44“)
176 (6,9“)

280 (11")

Cutout for IS-DISPLAY


1,2“
30

178 x 282
7,0 x 11,1”
290 (114,2")

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INTELIVISION 8

IS-NT with InteliVision 8

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IS-NT-BB

4x
3

o
35 (1,4") 2x M

4,
90 (3,6")

110 (4,3“)
68 (2,7“)

3 194 (7,6")
184 (7,3")

194 (7,6")

170 (6,7")
RS232

USB
123 (4,8“)

2,7“
68

Hint:
In the environment rich on vibrations it is not recommended to fix IS-NT-BB on the DIN rail but to screw it
down on to the switchboard rear side.

IG-AVRi + IG-AVRi TRANS

Primary terminals
230-277 VAC / 400-480 VAC
OUT1

AC1
OCOM
OUT2

AC2

LB 5
AVRi +
AVRi -

Secondary terminals
18 VAC

IG-AVRi unit is DIN rail mount (35mm)


IG-AVRi TRANS are DIN rail mount (35mm)

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IS-BIN16/8
146 (5,7") 45 (1,8")

40 (1,6")
160 (6,3")

RPM +

RPM -
IN1 +
IN1 -

IN 2

25 (1,0")

IS-BIN16/8 unit is DIN railmount (35mm)

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IS-AIN8
146(57,5") 46, 4 (18,3")
160 (63")

40 (15,7")
iS- AIN8

CAN1 POWER
8 - 36V DC
COM
H

25 (9,8")

70 (27,5")

IS-AIN8 unit is DIN rail mount (35mm)

IGL-RA15 Remote annunciator


Remote (CAN bus, up to 200 meters) 15 LED states indicator. IGL-RA15 unit can be connected to controller
via CAN as Binary output group with addresses 1+2 or 3+4 or 5+6 or 7+8.
To configure IGL-RA15 use GenConfig -> Modules -> Available modules, select IGL-RA15 module and add
it using + button. GenConfig automatically adds IGL-RA15 binary outputs to the configuration.
For more information about IGL-RA15 consult manual (IGL-RA15-1.2.pdf) and New features list (IGL-RA15-
2.0-New features.pdf).

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54 (2,1”)
44 (1,7”)

106 (4,2”)

120 (4,7”)
125 (4,9”)
~ 25 (1,0”)
165 (6,5”)

Cutout
~ 75 (3,0”)

for Remote Annunciator


~ 35 (1,4”)
38 (1,5”)
40 (1,6”)

167 x 108 mm
180 (7,1”) (6,6 x 4,3)”
185 (7,3”)

IGS-PTM
IGS-PTM is I/O extension module with 8 binary I/O, four analog inputs configurable for range:
• 0 – 250 Ω (suitable for Pt100, Ni100, VDO pressure, VDO level),
• 0 – 100 mV (suitable for thermocouples),
• 0 – 20 mA.
and one analog output configurable for range
• 0 to 20 mA.

Detail descriptions see in IGS-PTM-7.0.pdf manual.

Hint:
The 0-100 mV inputs are only suitable for thermocouples galvanically separated from the frame – “isolated”
type. For non-isolated type thermocouples use IS-AIN8 module.
The 0-250Ω input is not possible to use for Pt1000, Ni1000 and VDO Temp sensors due to measurement
range < 250Ω.

For operation with IGS-NT controller it is necessary to close IGS jumper.

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BI1
BI2
BI3
BI4
BI5
BI6
BI7
BI8

GND

AO+
AI4

AO-
0-20 mA
BINARY INPUTS ANALOG INPUTS ANALOG OUT

96 mm (3,8´´)
COMPENSATION

Rx
iGS-PTM

H COM L
CAN

CAN
Tx
LB 4

BINARY OUTPUTS POWER

8-36V DC
BO1
BO2
BO3
BO4
BO5
BO6
BO7
BO8

95 mm 43 mm
(3,7´´) (1,7´´)

IGS-PTM unit is DIN rail (35mm) mounted.

IG-IB Internet bridge 96 mm (3,8´´)

95 mm 43 mm
(3,7´´) (1,7´´)

See InteliCommunicationGuide for further information.


It is recommended to use IG-IB firmware version 2.0.
IG-IB unit is DIN 35 mm rail mounted.

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I-LB Local Bridge
I-LB is a successor of the IG-MU unit designed to be used with IG/IS-NT controllers.
It therefore provides additional communication port and higher communication speed.
Speed for direct/modem connection can be up to 57600 bps (IG-MU only 19200 bps).

There are two versions of I-LB:


Name Description Dimensions and terminals
I-LB without
USB port
120÷

120÷
RxC RxD
P7
TxC TxD

96 mm (3,8´´)
P6 P5 P4 P3 P2 P1 D2 D1

95 mm 43 mm
(3,7´´) (1,7´´)

I-LB+ with USB


port (speed RxC RxD

≈ 115200
120

120

P7
TxC TxD

bps)
96 mm (3,8´´)

Tx

Rx P6 P5 P4 P3 P2 P1 D2 D1

95 mm 43 mm
(3,7´´) (1,7´´)

Indication LED:
TxC, RxC Indicates data transfer on the CAN line.
TxD, RxD Indicates data transfer on the RS232 line.
Tx, Rx Indicates data transfer on USB
RUN Lights when at least one other unit is active on the CAN bus.
Blinks when no unit is communicated on the CAN bus (during
communication speed detection).
PWR Lights All the time when power supply is switched on.

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I-CB Communication Bridge

COM

96 mm (3,8´´)
RS 232
i-CB LB 4

POWER
8-36V DC

95 mm 43 mm
(3,7´´) (1,7´´)

I-CB (Communication bridge) is CAN bus interface between Controller and Engine Control Unit (ECU) that
has not standard J1939 communication (MTU, CAT etc.). Engine values (RPM, Oil pressure and other) are
received from ECU via CAN and corresponding sensors are not needed on controller. Use ICBEdit software
for I-CB configuration (included in installation package).

I-RB16, I-RB16/231 relay board


Relay board contains 16 relays for binary (open collector) output separation. All relays are placed in sockets.
Number relays: 16 in socket
Nominal voltage: 24 VDC
Voltage range: 16,8 – 36 VDC
Relay opens at: 10% of nominal voltage
Electric / mechanic cycles: 100 000 (when switching 16A) / 10 000 000
Operating temperature range: - 40°C to 70°C
Maximal load: 16A resistive load
4A inductive load
Contacts protection: varistor 14DK390
Relay-connector connection:
K
1–2 n.o. 1 2 3
1–3 n.c.

I-RB16/231 board contains relays that can switch 231 VAC load.

Mechanical dimension
I-RB16 is 35 mm DIN rail mounted. One unit contains two parts (separate PCB) 8 relays each on common
plastic base.
I-RB16 is 60mm high from DIN rail base.

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View A
300

1 X16 1 X15 1 X14 1 X13 1 X12 1 X11 1 X10 1 X9 1 X8 1 X7 1 X6 1 X5 1 X4 1 X3 1 X2 1 X1

95
RE16

RE15

RE14

RE13

ER12

RE11

RE10

RE9

RE1
RE8

RE7

RE6

RE5

ER4

RE3

RE2
X18 X17
16 9 + 8 1 +

View B
16 X18 9 + 8 X17 1 +

X18 X17

View B

3 X1 1 3 X2 1 3 X3 1 3 X4 1 3 X5 1 3 X6 1 3 X7 1 3 X8 1 3 X9 1 3 X10 1 3 X11 1 3 X12 1 3 X13 1 3 X14 1 3 X15 1 3 X16 1

X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 X12 X13 X14 X15 X16

View A
Hint:
I-RB contains two separate boards, 8 relay each. It can be ordered as I-RB8 as well.

I-CR CAN repeater


I-CR module enables to extend CAN bus line of
- extension modules CAN1 to more than 200 meters
- intercontroller CAN2 to more than 200/900 meters (in 32C/8C mode)
More application details see in separate manual “Extending the CAN bus”.
96 mm (3,8´´)

95 mm 43 mm
(3,7´´) (1,7´´)

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I-AOUT8
I-AOUT8 is a new extension unit with 8 analog outputs. Each analog output can be switched by jumper for.
- 0 to 20 mA
- 0 to 10 VDC
- PWM (Pulse With Modulation on 1,2 kHz)

I-AOUT8 module is connected on IGS-NT CAN1 (peripheral) bus. The corresponding module Address 1 to 4
(default 1) must be set on module (by Adr.1 and Adr.2 jumpers) and in controller configuration.
Communication fail is indicated in controller Alarm list and by binary output. Use GenConfig PC tool for
controller configuration.

It is possible to connect up to four I-AOUT8 units to one controller. Unit is 35 mm DIN rail mounted. CAN1
terminating 120 ohm resistor jumper is connected in default. AGND terminals are on the same potential.

Functions
Number of analog outputs 8, no galvanic separation
Type of analog outputs U 0 to 10VDC ± 1% , max 5 mA
(jumper selectable) I 0 to 20 mA ± 1% , max 500 ohms
p pwm 1200 Hz, 5V level, max 10 mA
Power supply 8 to 36 VDC
Current consumption 100 ÷ 300 mA at 24 VDC
Communication interface CAN1, with jumper selectable address 1 to 4
Jumper selectable terminating resistor 120 ohms.
RS232 interface TTL, firmware upgrade via AT-link.
Operating temperature range -40°C to +70°C
Analog outputs refreshment Max. 300 ms

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CAN address jumper setting
Up to four modules can be connected to one controller. Set module CAN address corresponding to
configuration according table below.
CAN Address Jumper 1 Jumper 2
1 No No
2 Yes No
3 No Yes
4 Yes Yes

Analog output hardware modification


Follow the p-I-I-U symbols on the module sticker. There are two equivalent positions for mA measuring.

AOUT Symbol Function


jumper
p Pwm
Pulse-Width-Modulation
I 0 to 20 mA

U 0 to 10 VDC

LED indication
Green LED is located near the power supply connector.
I-AOUT8 module state LED Pwr
No power supply Dark
Memory fail Fast blink (100/100 ms)
Communication fail Slow blink (300/300 ms)
OK Continuous light

Wiring and jumper setting example


Voltage output
AGND
0 to 10 VDC Pwm output
AOUT 5V, max 10 mA
1200 Hz
+
max 500ohm
Current output AGND Current output
0 to 20 mA AOUT 0 to 20 mA
+
AGND max 500ohm Current output
Current output AOUT 0 to 20 mA
0 to 20 mA +
AGND

Pwm output AOUT max 5 mA Voltage output


+ 0 to 10 VDC

Hint:
Extension module communication fail can be configured in GenConfig to No protection, Warning, Shutdown.

I-LBA
For the connections with 12VDC power supply an I-LBA module can be connected to controller power
terminals in order to allow the controller to continue operation during cranking if the battery voltage dip
occurs.

Controllers which may be supplied from I-LBA module:

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Controller IG-NT/ IG-NTC/ IS-BB IS-NT IG-CU IS-CU IL-CU/ ID-DCU
IG-EE IG-EEC IL-NT
Connection YES YES YES NO YES NO YES YES
applicable

OUT1

AC1
OCOM
OUT2

AC2

LB 5
AVRi +
AVRi -

Hint:
The I-LBA unit is intended to supply one controller unit only at the same time.
It is not recommended to use +PWR BOUT outputs on thecontroller as a source for relays, as their
consumption would exhaust I-LBA capacitors very fast.
It is also not recommended to supply any kind of above controllers with LT (Low Temperature) display
because of the high current consumption of the LT display.
See also chapter Power supply fusing.

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Front panels
InteliGen NT controller
InteliGen controller types IG-EE, IG-EEC, IG-NT, IG-NTC
InteliGen – Remote Display IG-DISPLAY, InteliVision 8
Available for applications SPI, SPTM, MINT, COX

InteliMains NT controller
InteliMains controller types IM-NT
InteliMains – Remote Display IG-DISPLAY, InteliVision 8
Available for applications MCB, MGCB

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InteliSys NT controller
InteliSys controller types IS-NT
InteliSys – Remote Display IS-DISPLAY, InteliVisions
Available for applications SPI, SPTM, MINT, COX

InteliVision 8

InteliVision 8 is 8” color TFT display with powerful functions (see manual )


InteliVision 8 can be mounted:
1. on rear side of IS-NT-BB
2. it can be used as additional remote display for IG-NT(C), IM-NT or IS-NT-BB.

Technical parameters
• 8" color TFT display, 800 × 600 pixels
• Operating temperature: -20 + 75°C
• Front IP 65 / Rear IP 20
• CAN bus interface; RS485
• Plug and Play structure following controller configuration
• Power supply: 8 -36 VDC

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IG-DISPLAY wiring
IG-NT IG- DISPLAY
P

A1 RS485
IS-DIS

A1
COMR1
COMR1 Wire length:
B1
B1 up to 1000 meters A1
COMR1
B1
IG-NT
RS232

IG-DISPLAY

8-36 VDC
POWER

0 VDC
POWER

BI: Alternative brightness


0 VDC
8-36 VDC

GenConfig
InteliMonitor

MODEM/ GSM

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IS-DISPLAY wiring
IS-NT IS-DISPLAY

A1
COMR1 RS485
Wire length:

IS-NT-BB
B1
up to 1000 meters A1
COMR1
IS-DISP

A1 B1
COMR1
B1
IS-NT-BB

POWER
IS-DISPLAY

IS-DISPLAY
8-36 VDC

POWER
POWER

0 VDC
0 VDC
BI : Alternative brightness
8-36 VDC

IS-NT-BB IS-DISPLAY

RS485
Wire length:

IS-NT-BB
up to 1000 meters A1
COMR 1
B1
P

A1
IS-DIS

A1
COMR1
COMR1
B1
B1
USB
IS-NT-BB

USB
RS232

8-36 VDC
POWER

IS-DISPLAY

0 VDC
0 VDC
POWER

BI:Alternative brightness
8-36 VDC

GenConfig
InteliMonitor

MODEM/ GSM

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IS-NT- BB IS- DISPLAY

RS485
Wire length:
up to 1000 meters A1
COMR1
IS-DISP
A1 B1
COMR1
B1
USB
IS-NT-BB

USB
RS232

8-36 VDC
POWER

IS-DISPLAY
0 VDC

IS-DISPLAY

IS-DISPLAY
0 VDC

POWER
BI:Alternative brightness
8-36 VDC

GenConfig
InteliMonitor

MODEM/ GSM

Hint:
The state of BI Alternative brightness only influences the particular display.

IS-NT-BB unit doesn’t include internal display. For IG/IS-NT hardware options consult IGS-NT-x.y-
Application guide.pdf.

InteliVision 8 wiring

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IG-NT

PC PC Modem Modem

IG / IV8 I-LB/ IG-IB/ I-LB/ IG-IB/ I-LB modem/ I-LB modem/


display InteliVison 8 InteliVison 8
InteliVison 8 InteliVison 8
Adr.2
Local Local Modem Modem
address 1 address 2 address 1 address 2
IV 8

OR
PC RS485
terminal Intercontroller CAN 2
OR
Modbus
terminal
OR
Modem

RS232

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IS-NT-BB

IS/IV8 PC PC Modem Modem


display
Adr.3

IS/IV8 I-LB/ IG-IB/ I-LB/ IG-IB/ I-LB modem/ I-LB modem/


display InteliVison 88 InteliVison 8
8 InteliVison
Adr.2 InteliVison InteliVison InteliVison 8
8 InteliVison 8
InteliVison 8

Local Local Modem Modem


address 1 address 2 address 1 address 2
IV 8 IS/IV8
display
OR Adr.1
PC RS485
terminal Intercontroller CAN 2
OR
Modbus
terminal
OR
Modem

RS232

RS232
IV 8

OR
PC

OR
Modbus
terminal OR
OR
Modem RS485
convertor
USB

OR OR OR PC
Modbus
IV 8 PC Modem
terminal

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Recommended Wiring
IG-EE

Basic module for Electronic engines

Side label

Side connectors

Back connectors

120 Ω Jumper

RS485 bias
resistor jumpers

BOOT jumper
(with long holder)

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Interface
Function Terminals Note
Generator voltage L1,L2,L3, (N) 3x277 / 480 VAC (neutral not needed),
max 350 / 600VAC *
Mains/Bus voltage L1,L2,L3, (N) 3x277 / 480 VAC (neutral not needed),
max 350 / 600VAC
Generator current L1k,L1l, L2k,L2l, L3k,L3l 0 ÷ 5 Amps, max 10 A all time, 150 A for 2 sec
Neutral/Mains current LNk,LNl 0 ÷ 5 Amps, max 10 A all time, 150 A for 2 sec
IG-AVRi interface AVRI-OUT, AVRI-COM TTL (5V PWM) interface to IG-AVRi
Power supply +,- 8 ÷ 36 VDC
D+ D plus
Inputs and output
Binary inputs BI1 to BI6 Activation to minus power supply.
Binary outputs BO1 to BO6 Load is connected to plus power supply.
Analog inputs None
Analog outputs None
RPM None
Communication interface
RS232 (1) D SUB9 (male) PC: InteliMonitor, GenConfig or
Modem, GSM modem or
ECU (e.g. Cummins ModBus) or InteliVision 8
RS232 (2) None
RS485 (1) ** A1,B1,COMR1 IG-Display (Remote display) or InteliVision 8 (remote
display) or for PC (via RS485 converter) = redirected
RS232 (1)
see Basic settings: RS485(1)conv.
For IG-Display or InteliVision 8, the setpoint RS485
(1) conv has to be set to DISABLED value.
RS485 (2) None
USB None
CAN1 L1,H1,COMC1 Extension modules: IS-AIN, IS-BIN,IGS-PTM, IGL-
RA15, I-AOUT
CAN2 L2,H2,CONC2 Intercontroller (Load&VAR sharing, Power
management) and monitoring (IG-IB, I-LB) and up to
4 InteliVision 8 displays

Hint:
* IG-MTU or IG-MTU-2-1 can be used for three wire systems, systems with separated Neutral or when
galvanic separation between generator or mains voltage and controller is required.

** When more devices connected to RS485 bias resistor jumpers should be closed only on one of them.

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IG-EEC

InteliGen – Basic module for Electronic Engines - option C

Boot JUMPER
(with long holder)

RS485 bias
resistor jumpers

120 Ω Jumper
USB

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Interface
Function Terminals Note
Generator voltage L1,L2,L3, (N) 3x120 / 277 Ph-N or 208 / 480 Ph-Ph VAC
(neutral not needed), max 350 / 600VAC *
Mains/Bus voltage L1,L2,L3, (N) 3x120 / 277 Ph-N or 208 / 480 Ph-Ph VAC
(neutral not needed), max 350 / 600VAC
Generator current L1k,L1l, L2k,L2l, L3k,L3l 0 ÷ 5 Amps, max 10 A all time, 150 A for 2 sec
0 ÷ 1 Amp, max 2 Amps all time
Neutral/Mains current LNk,LNl 0 ÷ 5 Amps, max 10 A all time, 150 A for 2 sec
0 ÷ 1 Amp, max 2 Amps all time
IG-AVRi interface AVRI-OUT, AVRI-COM TTL (5V PWM) interface to IG-AVRi
Power supply +,- 8 ÷ 36 VDC
D+ D plus
Inputs and outputs
Binary inputs BI1 to BI6 Activation to minus power supply.
Binary outputs BO1 to BO6 Load is connected to plus power supply.
Analog inputs None
Analog outputs None
RPM None
Communication interface
RS232 (1) D SUB9 (male) PC: InteliMonitor, GenConfig or
Modem, GSM modem or
ECU (e.g. Cummins ModBus)
RS232 (2) D SUB9 (male) PC: InteliMonitor, GenConfig or
Modem, GSM modem
RS485 (1) ** A1,B1,COMR1 IG-Display (Remote display) or InteliVision 8 (remote
display) or for PC (via RS485 converter) = redirected
RS232 (1)
see Basic settings: RS485(1)conv.
For IG-Display and InteliVision 8, the setpoint RS485
(1) conv has to be set to DISABLED value.
RS485 (2) ** A2,B2,COMR2 Redirected RS232 (2) - see Basic settings:
RS485(2)conv.
PC: InteliMonitor, GenConfig
or Modem, GSM modem or InteliVision 8
USB 2.0 slave PC: InteliMonitor
CAN1 L1,H1,COMC1 Extension modules: IS-AIN, IS-BIN,IGS-PTM, IGL-
RA15, I-AOUT
CAN2 L2,H2,CONC2 Intercontroller (Load&VAR sharing, Power
management) and monitoring (IG-IB, I-LB) or up to 4
InteliVision 8 displays

Hint:
* IG-MTU or IG-MTU-2-1 can be used for three wire systems, systems with separated Neutral or when
galvanic separation between generator or mains voltage and controller is required.

** When more devices connected to RS485 bias resistor jumpers should be closed only on one of them.

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IG-NT

InteliGen – New Technology

Boot JUMPER
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Interface
Function Terminals Note
Generator voltage L1,L2,L3, (N) 3x 277 Ph-N or 480 Ph-Ph VAC
(neutral not needed), max 350 / 600VAC *
Mains/Bus voltage L1,L2,L3, (N) 3x 277 Ph-N or 480 Ph-Ph VAC
(neutral not needed), max 350 / 600VAC
Generator current L1k,L1l, L2k,L2l, L3k,L3l 0 ÷ 5 Amps, max 10 A all time, 150 A for 2 sec
Neutral/Mains current LNk,LNl 0 ÷ 5 Amps, max 10 A all time, 150 A for 2 sec
IG-AVRi interface AVRI-OUT, AVRI-COM TTL (5V PWM) interface to IG-AVRi
Power supply +,- 8 ÷ 36 VDC
D+ D plus
Inputs and outputs
Binary inputs BI1 ÷ BI6 Activation to minus power supply.
BI7 ÷ BI12
Binary outputs BO1 ÷ BO6 Load is connected to plus power supply.
BO7 ÷ BO12
Analog inputs AI1 ÷ AI3 Ohms, mA, Volts sensors
Analog outputs SG-OUT, SG-COM Speed governor output interface (±10V / 5V
PWM; 500 – 3000Hz)
RPM RPM-IN, RPM-COM Min 2 Vpk-pk (from 4 Hz to 4 kHz)
Communication interface
RS232 (1) D SUB9 (male) PC: InteliMonitor, GenConfig or
Modem, GSM modem or
ECU (e.g. Cummins ModBus) or InteliVision 8
RS232 (2) None
RS485 (1) ** A1,B1,COMR1 IG-Display (Remote display) or InteliVision 8
(remote display) or for PC (via RS485 converter)
= redirected RS232 (1)
see Basic settings: RS485(1)conv.
For IG-Display and InteliVision 8, the setpoint
RS485 (1) conv has to be set to DISABLED
value.
RS485 (2) None
CAN1 L1,H1,COMC1 Extension modules: IS-AIN, IS-BIN,IGS-PTM,
IGL-RA15, I-AOUT
CAN2 L2,H2,CONC2 Intercontroller (Load&VAR sharing, Power
management) and monitoring (IG-IB, I-LB) and up
to 4 InteliVision 8 displays

Hint:
* IG-MTU or IG-MTU-2-1 can be used for three wire systems, systems with separated Neutral or when
galvanic separation between generator or mains voltage and controller is required.

** When more devices connected to RS485 bias resistor jumpers should be closed only on one of them.

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IG-NTC

InteliGen – New Technology – Option C

Boot JUMPER
(with long holder)
USB

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Interface
Function Terminals Note
Generator voltage L1,L2,L3, (N) 3x120 / 277 Ph-N or 208 / 480 Ph-Ph VAC
(neutral not needed), max 350 / 600VAC *
Mains/Bus voltage L1,L2,L3, (N) 3x120 / 277 Ph-N or 208 / 480 Ph-Ph VAC
(neutral not needed), max 350 / 600VAC
Generator current L1k,L1l, L2k,L2l, L3k,L3l 0 ÷ 5 Amps, max 10 A all time, 150 A for 2 sec
0 ÷ 1 Amp, max 2 Amps all time
Neutral/Mains current LNk,LNl 0 ÷ 5 Amps, max 10 A all time, 150 A for 2 sec
0 ÷ 1 Amp, max 2 Amps all time
IG-AVRi interface AVRI-OUT, AVRI-COM TTL (5V PWM) interface to IG-AVRi
Power supply +,- 8 ÷ 36 VDC
D+ D plus
Inputs and outputs
Binary inputs BI1 ÷ BI6 Activation to minus power supply.
BI7 ÷ BI12
Binary outputs BO1 ÷ BO6 Load is connected to plus power supply.
BO7 ÷ BO12
Analog inputs AI1 ÷ AI3 Ohms, mA, Volts sensors
Analog outputs SG-OUT, SG-COM Speed governor output interface (±10V / 5V PWM;
500 – 3000Hz)
RPM RPM-IN, RPM-COM Min 2 Vpk-pk (from 4 Hz to 4 kHz)
Communication interface
RS232 (1) D SUB9 (male) PC: InteliMonitor, GenConfig or
Modem, GSM modem or
ECU (e.g. Cummins ModBus) or InteliVision 8
RS232 (2) D SUB9 (male) PC: InteliMonitor, GenConfig or
Modem, GSM modem or InteliVision 8
RS485 (1) ** A1,B1,COMR1 IG-Display (Remote display) or InteliVision 8 (remote
non isolated display) or
for PC (via RS485 converter) = redirected RS232 (1)
see Basic settings: RS485(1)conv.
For IG-Display and InteliVision 8, the setpoint RS485
(1) conv has to be set to DISABLED value.
RS485 (2) ** A2,B2,COMR2 Redirected RS232 (2) - see Basic settings:
isolated RS485(2)conv.
PC: InteliMonitor, GenConfig
or Modem, GSM modem or InteliVision 8
USB 2.0 slave PC: InteliMonitor, GenConfig
CAN1 L1,H1,COMC1 Extension modules: IS-AIN, IS-BIN,IGS-PTM, IGL-
RA15, I-AOUT
CAN2 L2,H2,CONC2 Intercontroller (Load&VAR sharing, Power
management) and monitoring (IG-IB, I-LB) and up to
4 InteliVision 8 displays

Hint:
* IG-MTU or IG-MTU-2-1 can be used for three wire systems, systems with separated Neutral or when
galvanic separation between generator or mains voltage and controller is required.

** When more devices connected to RS485 bias resistor jumpers should be closed only on one of them.

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IS-NT-BB

InteliSys – New Technology – Base Box

Boot JUMPER
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Interface
Function Terminals Note
Generator voltage L1,L2,L3, (N) 3x120 / 277 Ph-N or 208 / 480 Ph-Ph VAC
(neutral not needed), max 350 / 600VAC *
Mains/Bus voltage L1,L2,L3, (N) 3x120 / 277 Ph-N or 208 / 480 Ph-Ph VAC
(neutral not needed), max 350 / 600VAC
Generator current L1k,L1l, L2k,L2l, L3k,L3l 0 ÷ 5 Amps, max 10 A all time, 150 A for 2 sec
0 ÷ 1 Amp, max 2 Amps all time
Neutral/Mains current LNk,LNl 0 ÷ 5 Amps, max 10 A all time, 150 A for 2 sec
0 ÷ 1 Amp, max 2 Amps all time
IG-AVRi interface AVRI-OUT, AVRI-COM TTL (5V PWM) interface to IG-AVRi
Power supply +,- 8 ÷ 36 VDC
D+ D plus
Inputs and outputs
Binary inputs BI1 ÷ BI6 Activation to minus power supply.
BI7 ÷ BI16
Binary outputs BO1 ÷ BO6 Load is connected to plus power supply.
BO7 ÷ BO16
Analog inputs AI1 ÷ AI4 Ohms, mA, Volts sensors
Analog outputs SG-OUT, SG-COM Speed governor output interface (±10V / 5V PWM;
AOUT+, AOUT-COM 500 – 3000Hz)
Configurable analog output, mA, V.
RPM RPM-IN, RPM-COM Min 2 Vpk-pk (from 4 Hz to 4 kHz)
Communication interface
RS232 (1) D SUB9 (male) PC: InteliMonitor, GenConfig or
Modem, GSM modem or
ECU (e.g. Cummins ModBus) or InteliVision 8
RS232 (2) D SUB9 (male) PC: InteliMonitor, GenConfig
or Modem, GSM modem or InteliVision 8
RS485 (1) ** A1,B1,COMR1 Up to 3 IS-Displays (Remote display), up to 3
InteliVision 8 displays (remote display)

RS485 (2) ** A2,B2,COMR2 Redirected RS232 (2) - see Basic settings:


RS485(2)conv.
PC: InteliMonitor, GenConfig
or Modem, GSM modem or InteliVision 8
USB 2.0 slave PC: InteliMonitor, GenConfig
CAN1 L1,H1,COMC1 Extension modules: IS-AIN, IS-BIN,IGS-PTM, IGL-
RA15, I-AOUT
CAN2 L2,H2,CONC2 Intercontroller (Load&VAR sharing, Power
management), monitoring (IG-IB, I-LB) and up to 4
InteliVision 8

Hint:
* IG-MTU or IG-MTU-2-1 can be used for three wire systems, systems with separated Neutral or when
galvanic separation between generator or mains voltage and controller is required.

** When more devices connected to RS485 bias resistor jumpers should be closed only on one of them.

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InteliMains – New Technology

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Interface
Function Terminals Note
Mains voltage L1,L2,L3, (N) 3x120 / 277 Ph-N or 208 / 480 Ph-Ph VAC
(neutral not needed), max 350 / 600VAC
Bus voltage L1,L2,L3, (N) 3x120 / 277 Ph-N or 208 / 480 Ph-Ph VAC
(neutral not needed), max 350 / 600VAC
Mains current L1k,L1l, L2k,L2l, L3k,L3l 0 ÷ 5 Amps, max 10 A all time, 150 A for 2 sec
0 ÷ 1 Amp, max 2 Amps all time
Aux current IAk,IAl 0 ÷ 5 Amps, max 10 A all time, 150 A for 2 sec
0 ÷ 1 Amp, max 2 Amps all time
Power supply +,- 8 ÷ 36 VDC
Inputs and outputs
Binary inputs BI1 ÷ BI6 Activation to minus power supply.
Binary outputs BO1 ÷ BO6 Load is connected to plus power supply.
Communication interface
RS232 (1) D SUB9 (male) PC: InteliMonitor, GenConfig or
Modem, GSM modem or
ECU (e.g. Cummins ModBus) or InteliVision 8
RS232(2) None
RS485 (1) ** A1,B1,COMR1 IG-Display (Remote display) or InteliVision 8 (remote
non isolated display) or for PC (via RS485 converter) = redirected
RS232 (1)
see Basic settings: RS485(1)conv.
For IG-Display and InteliVision 8, the setpoint RS485
(1) conv has to be set to DISABLED value.
RS485 (2) None
USB None
CAN1 L1,H1,COMC1 Extension modules: IS-AIN8, IS-BIN16/8,IGS-PTM,
IGL-RA15, I-AOUT8
CAN2 L2,H2,CONC2 Intercontroller (Load&VAR sharing, Power
management) and monitoring (IG-IB, I-LB) and up to
4 InteliVision 8 displays

Hint:
** When more devices connected to RS485 bias resistor jumpers should be closed only on one of them.

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Recommended wiring IG-NT – SPTM application

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Recommended wiring IG-NT – SPI application

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Recommended wiring IG-NT – MINT application

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IS-DISPLAY

Wiring

General
Tightening torque, allowable wire size and type, for the Field-Wiring Terminals:
For Mains(Bus) Voltage and Generator Voltage terminals
Specified tightening torque is 0,56Nm (5,0 In-lb)
Use only diameter 2,0-0,5mm (12-24AWG) conductor, rated for 90°C minimum.

For other controller field wiring terminals


Specified tightening torque 0,79Nm (7,0 In-lb)
Use only diameter 2,0-0,5mm (12-26AWG) conductor, rated for 75°C minimum.
Use copper conductors only.

To ensure proper function:


Use grounding terminals.
Cables for binary inputs and analogue inputs must not be placed along power cables.
Analog and binary inputs should use shielded cables, especially when length exceeds 3m.

Power supply
To ensure proper function:
Use power supply cable min. 2,5mm2
Use fuse 1 amps for IG-EE, IG-EEC, IG-NT, IG-NTC
2 amps for IS-NT
Maximal continuous DC power supply voltage is 36VDC. See chapter Technical data.

Hint:
Switchboard lightning strikes protection according standard regulation is expected !!!
The maximum allowable current through the controller negative terminal is 3 to 8A (depends on controller
type and binary output load).

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Power supply fusing
A (2) respectively (1) amp fuse should be connected in-line with the power to the controller and modules,
these items should never bee connected directly to the starting battery.
Take care for proper controller, extension units and relays power supply fusing. Fuse value and type
depends on number of connected devices and wire length.
Recommended fuse (not fast) types:

Controller or unit Fuse


Controller T1A orT2A
IS-AIN8 T2A
IS-BIN16/8 T1A

For more extension units use separate fusing according to the table above.
Controller power supply should never be connected to starter terminals.

For the connections with 12VDC power supply an I-LBA module can be connected to controller power
terminals in order to allow the controller to continue operation during cranking if the battery voltage dip
occurs. In this case, it is not recommended to use +PWR BOUT outputs on the controller as a source for
relays, as their consumption would exhaust I-LBA capacitors very fast.
Relays

controller
T2A
+ + +
I-LBA

- - -

- +
12VDC Battery

Grounding
To ensure proper function:
The shortest possible piece of wire should be used for controller grounding.
Use cable min. 2,5mm2
Brass M4x10 screw with star washer securing ring type grounding terminal shall be used.

Magnetic pick-up
To ensure proper function:
Use a shielded cable

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Take care to interference signal when one common speed pick-up is used for both Speed governor and
Controller. When some problems occur:
- check grounding connection from pick-up to controllers, disconnect ground connection to one of
them.
- galvanically separate Controller RPM input using ComAp separation transformer RPM-ISO (1:1).
- use separate pick-up for Speed governor and Controller.

Controller indicates "Sd Underspeed" + "Pickup fault" after engine start when the pickup signal is good for
start and low speed but too strong for higher speed (loss of signal due to RPM input saturation).
Increase gap between pickup and engine flywheel or change pickup type.

Hint:
If RPM is measured from the generator voltage (Gear teeth = 0), controller can detect RPM on no running
gen-set when:
• Controller generator voltage terminals are opened (e.g. due to opening of fuse switch)
• Non zero RPM causes controller “Not ready” state and engine start is blocked.

LOAD

MAINS MCB GCB GENERATOR


L1 L1
L2 L2
L3 L3

N N
L3
L1
L2

L1
L2
L3
N

MAINS GENERATOR
VOLTAGE VOLTAGE

Active NPN pick-up sensor recommended connection

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Voltage measurement
Four-wire generator and mains or bus Four-wire generator and three wire mains or bus
L1
G L2
L3

N L1 L2 L3 N L1 L2 L3
GENERATOR MAINS / BUS

Three-wire generator and mains or bus


L1
G L2
L3

N L1 L2 L3 N L1 L2 L3
G ENERATO R M AINS / BUS

Hint:
No separation transformers for three wires voltage connection (without N) are needed.
Switchboard flash protection according standard regulation is expected!

Principle of two transformers measuring - typical


wiring for high voltage application
100V
100V

0V

spare of one transformer.


0V
L2
L1

L3

Voltage measurement separation


For optional separation of Mains/bus and generator voltage from the controller (e.g. on ships) use IG-MTU.

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IG MTU
Connect one or two IG-MTU units to separate generator and Mains/bus voltage from controller.

Three wire mains Three wire mains and three wire genset or electric
separation

L1 MAINS / BUS GENERATOR L1 MAINS/ BUS GENERATOR


L2 L2 L1 L1
L2 L2
L3 L3
L3 L3
N

400V

400V

400V

400V

400V

400V
0V

0V

0V

0V

0V

0V
400V

400V

400V
0V

0V
0V

T1 T2 T3 T1 T2 T3
T1 T2 T3

400V
400V

400V

400V

400V

400V
0V
0V

0V
400V

0V

0V

0V
400V

400V

0V
0V

0V

IG- MTU IG- MTU


IG- MTU

L2
L1

L3
N
N
L1

L2

L3
N

L2
L1

L3
L1

L2

L3

GENERATOR
MAINS / BUS GENERATOR MAINS/ BUS
VOLTAGE VOLTAGE VOLTAGE VOLTAGE

Ix-NT Ix- NT

Current measurement
To ensure proper function:
• Use cables of 2,5 mm2
• Use 5A transformers
• Connect CT according to following drawings

K L L1
k l K L
G L2
k l K L L3 Standard three CT connection
k l
N

I1k I1l I2k I2l I3k I3l


K L
L1
k l K L
G L2 Two CT connection
k l
L3
Typical wiring for middle-high voltage application
spare of one transformer.

I1k I1l I2k I2l I3k I3l

Mains power and PF measuring

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K L
L1
k l K L
G L2
k l K L L K
L3
k l l k
N

I1k I1l I2k I2l I3k I3l Inl Ink


GENERATOR MAINS

Earth fault protection


Earth fault current protection is active only when Process control: IE measurement = ANALOG INPUT or
NONE.
Connect separate current transformer to gen-set neutral. Adjust EarthFltCurrCT in Basic settings and
EarthFaultCurr and EthFltCurr del limits in Generator protection group.
K L L1
k l K L
G L2 The simplest arrangement covers all zones from the
k l K L
L3 generator windings to the final circuits in the load network.
k l
N
L K
l k

Ink Inl I1k I1l I2k I2l I3k I3l


L1
G k l L2
k l This arrangement covers earth faults in the load network
L3 only.
k l
N
k l

Ink Inl
K L
L1
G k l L2 This arrangement necessary for restricted earth fault
k l L3 protection. The location of the neutral earthing point in
k l relation to the protection current transformers in the neutral
N conductor determines whether four or five current
k l transformers are employed.
L K
l k

Ink Inl
L1
G k l L2
k l This arrangement necessary for restricted earth fault
L3 protection. The location of the neutral earthing point in
k l relation to the protection current transformers in the neutral
N
k l conductor determines whether four or five current
transformers are employed.

Ink Inl

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Single phase applications
There is no special archive file or software for single phase applications. Use standard archive.

Recommended wiring
Generator (Mains) single phase voltage has to be connected to all three voltage terminals L1, L2, L3.
Generator current has to be connected to L1k, L1l terminals only.
Adjust setpoint Gener protect:Gen I unbal to 200%.

For single phase measurement of Mains import/export power connect L3 current transformer to Ink and Inl
terminals of the controller. Measured power is internally multiplied by 3.
Adjust correctly setpoints Basic settings:Im3/ErFlCurCTp and Im3/ErFlCurCTs.

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N L1 N L1

L1 Mains
L3

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Controller Binary inputs and outputs

Binary output via I-RB16

Wiring example 1

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Wiring example 2

Wiring example 3

Hint:
If +PWR BOUT are used, the controller consumption is increased by all relays connected. Therefore,
an I-LBA module cannot be used.

Use maximum 2,5A fuses.

Wiring of I/O is the same for IM-NT

It is recommended to separate inputs by diodes when two or more binary inputs are connected in parallel
to avoid wrong input activation when one controller is switched off.

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IG/IS-NT IG/IS-NT
BI BI

Binary inputs on IS-BIN16/8


There are two groups of eight Binary inputs BI1 to BI8 and BI9 to BI16. Each group has a separate Common
terminal COM1 and COM2. The Common terminal can be connected to positive or negative pole – see
following drawing. Binary inputs are galvanically separated from IS-BIN16/8 power supply.

A Binary inputs Common terminal is connected to Binary inputs common terminal is connected to
positive supply terminal, Binary inputs contacts are negative supply terminal, Binary inputs contacts are
closed to negative supply terminals. closed to positive supply terminals.

Input voltage range for opened contact is from 8 VDC to Power supply VDC. Input voltage range for closed
contact is from 0 to 2 VDC. Voltage level is defined between Binary input and Binary input COM terminal and
does not depend on “positive” or “negative” connection.

Impulse inputs do not work with IGS-NT controller.

Binary outputs on IS-BIN16/8


IS-BIN16/8 binary outputs are galvanically separated from IS-BIN16/8 power supply. It is necessary to
connect plus 24 VDC (power supply ) to IS-BIN16/8 terminal according to following drawing.
The maximum load values are 0.5 A / 36V for one output.

Binary output protections


Controller inputs and outputs terminals are protected against transient disturbance. Protection capability is
limited.

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Never use DC relays without protection diodes. Use protection diodes at all relays in the switchboard even if
they are not connected directly to controller Binary outputs.

Example of controller protection

Dongle installation
Dongle for load sharing, power management and additional PLC functions should be installed from the rear
side of the controller under the rubber plug. The dongle label should remain visible as shown on the picture.

IS-NT Jumpers
Controller hardware jumpers:
Function Jumper options Software configuration
Analog inputs Current Required
Voltage
Resistance
Speed governor output ± 10VDC voltage output (use SpdGovPWM rate = Not needed
1200 Hz)
± 10VDC voltage output via 10 kΩ resistor (use
SpdGovPWM rate = 1200 Hz)
PWM 500 – 3000Hz (SpdGovPWM rate setpoint)
Analog output 0 to 20 mA Not needed

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0 to 10 VDC
CAN or RS485 Closed jumper connects 120Ω resistor to Not needed
terminating resistors CAN1, CAN2, RS485-1, RS485-2

Analog input jumpers

Current range: 0 to 25 mA (max)

Voltage range: 0 to 5 VDC (max)

Resistive range: 0 to 2400 Ω

Speed governor output jumper

PWM
SG OUT
SG COM Pulse Width Modulation 1200 Hz / 5V / 10mA max

V-outR range: ± 10 VDC via 10 kΩ

VoutR V-out range: ± 10 VDC


SG OUT
SG COM

Vout
SG OUT
SG COM

SG COM is internally connected to controller 0VDC power supply.

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Analog output jumper

Voltage
Voltage range: 0 to 10 VDC

Current
Current range: 0 to 20 mA

AOUT COM is internally connected to controller 0 VDC power supply.

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Analog inputs wiring examples

Resistive sensors (two wires)

Resistive sensors (one wire)

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Current sensors

Current and resistive sensors

Voltage and resistive sensors

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Analog inputs on IS-AIN8
IS-AIN8 extension module analog inputs can be configured to
• Resistor two wire input
• Resistor three wire input
• Current input
• Thermocouple input
• Voltage input
Select sensor characteristic from the list or define user sensor characteristic in PC configuration tool.

Resistor sensor input – two wire connection.


A Range 0 to 2400 ohms.
B Pt100, Pt1000, Ni100, Ni1000
C D terminal is shielding
D

Resistor sensor input – three wire connection.


A Range 0 to 2400 ohms.
B Pt100, Pt1000, Ni100, Ni1000 – recomended.
C
D terminal is shielding
D

A
Passive current sensor (current source is in IS-AIN8)
B
Range 0 to + 20 mA or 4 to + 20 mA
C
D
D terminal is shielding

A
+ mA +24 VDC
B Active current sensor (current source is in sensor)
C Sensor Range –20mA to +20 mA or 4 to + 20 mA
D 0 VDC
+24 VDC D terminal is shielding

A
+ mA
B Sensor
C
D 0 VDC

+
A Thermocouple J, K, L
B D terminal is shielding
C
D
From IS-AIN8 hardware version 5.1 can be B terminal
grounded to frame

Voltage input
Range 0 to + 2500 mV.
+
A Voltage range is 0 to ± 1000 mV.
B
C D terminal is shielding
D

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For 10V input voltage range connect external resistors R1, R2
R1
and select sensor characteristic 10V.
R2
A + R1=10 kohm, R2=2,7 kohm.
B
C D terminal is shielding
D

Hint
Thermocouples connected to IS-AIN8 hardware versions below 5.0 must be galvanically separated from the
frame.
If the thermocouples are connected to IS-AIN8, appropriate jumpers must be removed (see rear sticker).

External modules connection


IS-BIN16/8 is an extension module with 16 binary inputs and 8 binary outputs. IS-AIN8 is an extension
module with 8 analog inputs. All I/O can be configured to any logical function or protection. It is possible to
connect up to 10 IS-AIN8 and 4 IS-BIN16/8 external units to one CONTROLLER.
External modules IS-BIN16/8 and IS-AIN8 are connected to CONTROLLER CAN1 bus.
Controllers are connected to CONTROLLER CAN2 bus in multiple applications.

To operate external modules


• Connect all external modules to CAN1 bus line
• On each module adjust I/O CAN1 address in the range of 1 to 7 for IS-BIN16/8 inputs, 1 to 4 for
IS- BIN16/8 outputs (address 0 switches corresponding communication OFF) or 0 to 9 for IS-AIN8
(0 has address 10 meaning).
• Input output address is displayed on the front panel LED’s
• Use PC configuration tool to configure CONTROLLER according external modules setting

IS-BIN16/8 module has two separate CAN1 addresses for binary inputs Group 1, Group 2 and binary
outputs Group (total three addresses). The CAN1 address for BI Group 1 and for BO Group 2 can be
adjusted on the IS-BIN16/8. The address for BI Group 2 is set automatically to the address following BI
Group 1.
Hint:
CAN address 0 disables corresponding CAN message (Group data are not send).

IS-AIN8, IS-BIN8/16 address setting


• Press Address button during IS-AIN8 power supply on to switch to addressing mode.
• Then repeatedly press or keep pressed address button to adjust required address according to
CONTROLLER configuration.
• After setting requested address, release the buttons and wait until the digits blink – it indicates write the
changed address to EEPROM memory.

IS-AIN8, IS-BIN8/16 SW version check


Let suppose IS-AIN8 of SW version 1.4. Shortly press address button. Following sequence appears on the
display: number “1”, one second pause, number “4”, two second pause, number “1”, one second pause,
number “4”, two second pause and finally IS-AIN8 actual address.

Error message (e.g. SD BOUT2) appears on Controller screen when Binary input or output Address x is
configured but corresponding unit is not recognized (no message is received from CAN bus). Check IS
configuration and corresponding external IS-AIN, IS-BIN unit address setting.

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CAN1
CAN2 CAN1

CAN1
H H H
COM COM COM
L L L
1.controller
H
1.iS-AIN8 8.iS-AIN8
COM
Addr.: 1 L Addr.: 1 Addr.: 8

CAN1

CAN1
H H
CAN2 CAN1

H
COM COM COM
L L L
2.controller
H
1.iS-BIN16/8 6.iS-BIN16/8

120
COM Addr.: in1 Addr.: in12
Addr.: 2
L out1 out 6

Hint:
CAN bus line has to be terminated by 120 ohm resistors on the both ends.
Always check the number and placement of terminating resistors in the CAN bus line, only correct wiring
ensures reliable operation! Resistors must be placed at either end of the line (see picture), and correct
number of resistors must be used! Correct number can be checked using ohmmeter - when power supply for
ALL devices on the CAN bus line (including third party, e.g. ECU) is switched off, the resistance measured
between A and B wire should be 60 Ohms.

For longer distances is recommended to connect CAN COM terminals between all controllers and cable
shielding to the ground in one point.
External units can be connected on the CAN bus line in any order, but line arrangement (no tails no star) is
necessary.
Recommended CAN bus data cables see in Chapter Technical data.
IG-MU and IG-IB units are connected to CONTROLLER CAN2 bus.

IGS-PTM and IGL-RA15 module connection


It is possible to connect up to four IGS-PTM and one IGL-RA15 to one CONTROLLER. IGS-PTM can be
connected to CONTROLLER like IS-AIN8 and IS-BIN16. IGS-PTM behaves like IS-AIN8 and IS-BIN16/8
modules in one unit. IGS-PTM and I-CB units contain internal jumper removable 120-ohm resistor.

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CAN H CAN1
H H H
COM
L
1.IS-AIN8 COM
L
COM
L
CAN L
1.controller H Addr.:1
1.IS-BIN16/8
COM Addr.: in1
Addr.:1 L out1

IGS-PTM (optional)
H
COM
2.controller
L CAN2 CAN H
H CAN L
COM
Addr.:2 L

IG-IB I-LB I-CB IGL- RA 15


(optional) (optional) (optional) (optional)

Connection of ECU on CAN1

ECU communicating over the CAN bus are connected to CAN1 port of the controller and other ComAp
modules can be connected to this CAN bus as well. For detailed description of connection of various ECUs
refer to Comap Electronic Engines Support manual.

CAN bus Tx, Rx LED indication


Tx and Rx LED is connected directly to Tx and Rx signal.
Tx Rx
Status
Communication is OK Fast flashing – data transfer

CAN bus is interrupted Continuous light Continuous light


Short connection H – L Fine flashing Dark
Short connection L – COM Dark Dark
Short connection H – COM Fine flashing Dark
Wrong connection H – H, L – L Synchro flashing

I-CB wiring and configuration

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1. Configure I-CB using I-CBEdit software. Configured I-CB behaves like fictive IS-AIN and IS-BIN units. I-
CB configuration associates selected values (from ECU database) received from Engine Control Unit to
selected CAN addressees (fictive IS-AIN, IS-BIN inputs and outputs).
2. Configure corresponding CONTROLLER CAN addresses and tick in PC configuration tool.
3. Configure separate inputs and outputs in corresponding Analog, Binary inputs, outputs in PC
configuration tool.

Hint:
In case of CAT engines, there is RS232 connection between I-CB and CCM.

Recommended CAN/RS485 connection

CAN bus connection


The bus has to be terminated by 120 Ohm resistors at both ends.
External units can be connected on the CAN bus line in any order, but keeping line arrangement (no tails, no
star) is necessary.
Standard maximum bus length is 200m for 32C CAN BUS MODE and 900m for 8C CAN BUS MODE
Shielded cable has to be used, shielding has to be connected to PE on one side (controller side).

A) For shorter distances (all network components within one room) – picture 1
Interconnect H and L; shielding connect to PE on controller side

B) For longer distances (connection between rooms within one building) – picture 2
Interconnect H, L, COM; shielding connect to PE in one point

C) In case of surge hazard (connection out of building in case of storm etc.) – picture 3
We recommend to use following protections:

- Phoenix Contact (http://www.phoenixcontact.com):


PT 5-HF-12DC-ST with PT2x2-BE (base element)
- Saltek (http://www.saltek.cz):
DM-012/2 R DJ

Recommended data cables: BELDEN (http://www.belden.com)


A) For shorter distances: 3105A Paired - EIA Industrial RS-485 PLTC/CM (1x2 conductors)
B) For longer distances: 3106A Paired - EIA Industrial RS-485 PLTC/CM (1x2+1 conductors)
C) In case of surge hazard: 3106A Paired - EIA Industrial RS-485 PLTC/CM (1x2+1 conductors)

RS485 connection
The line has to be terminated by 120 Ohm resistors at both ends.
External units can be connected on the RS485 line in any order, but keeping line arrangement (no tails, no
star) is necessary.
Standard maximum link length is 1000m.
Shielded cable has to be used, shielding has to be connected to PE on one side (controller side).

A) For shorter distances (all network components within one room) – picture 1
interconnect A and B; shielding connect to PE on controller side
B) For longer distances (connection between rooms within one building) – picture 2
interconnect A, B, COM; shielding connect to PE in one point
C) In case of surge hazard (connection out of building in case of storm etc.) – picture 3
We recommend to use following protections:

- Phoenix Contact (http://www.phoenixcontact.com):


PT 5-HF-5DC-ST with PT2x2-BE (base element)
(or MT-RS485-TTL)

- Saltek (http://www.saltek.cz):

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DM-006/2 R DJ

Recommended data cables: BELDEN (http://www.belden.com)


A) For shorter distances: 3105A Paired - EIA Industrial RS-485 PLTC/CM (1x2 conductors)
B) For longer distances: 3106A Paired - EIA Industrial RS-485 PLTC/CM (1x2+1 conductors)
C) In case of surge hazard: 3106A Paired - EIA Industrial RS-485 PLTC/CM (1x2+1 conductors)

Picture 1 - shorter distances (all network components within one room)

120 Ω 120 Ω

H/A H/A
L/B L/B
COM COM

Picture 2 - longer distances (connection between rooms within one building)

120

H
CAN1

H
CAN2 CAN1

CAN1
H
COM COM COM
L L L
1.iS-CU H
1.iS-AIN 8.iS-AIN
COM
Addr.: 1 L Addr.: 1 Addr.: 8

120
CAN1

H H
CAN2 CAN1

CAN1
H
COM COM COM
L L L
2.iS-CU H
1.iS-BIN 7.iS-BIN
120

COM Addr.: in1 Addr.: in13


L out1 out7

Picture 3 - surge hazard (connection out of building in case of storm etc.)

120 Ω 120 Ω
PT5-HF-12DC-ST (CAN)
PT5-HF-5DC-ST (RS485)

H/A H/A
L/B L/B
COM COM

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Default Sensors
Default characteristics

CONTROLLER

VDO Temp VDO Press


ohms 1°C 1°F ohms 1 bar psi
Primary Converted Converted Primary Converted Converted
29,0 110 230 10,0 0,0 0
51,0 90 194 50,0 2,0 29
69,0 80 176 85,0 4,0 58
95,0 70 158 119,0 6,0 87
135,0 60 140 152,0 8,0 116
195,0 50 122 180,0 10,0 145
290,0 40 104
440,0 30 86
700,00 20 68
1800,0 0 32
3200,0 -16 3

Tristate sensor
Resistance Considered as
< 750Ω Inactive
750 - 2700Ω Active
> 2700Ω Sensor failure (interrupted wire)

IS-AIN8
PT100 (IEC 571) PT1000 (IEC 571) Ni100 (IEC 43760) Ni1000 (IEC 43760)
0,1 Ù 0,1 °C 0,1 °F 0,1 Ù 0,1 °C 0,1 °F 0,1 Ù 0,1 °C 0,1 °F 0,1 Ù 0,1 °C 0,1 °F
843, -400, -400, 7800, -558, -684, 695, -600, -760, 7909, -500, -580,
922, -200, -40, 8000, -508, -594, 743, -500, -580, 8107, -450, -490,
1000, 0, 320, 8200, -457, -503, 791, -400, -400, 8308, -400, -400,
1078, 200, 680, 8400, -407, -413, 841, -300, -220, 8512, -350, -310,
1155, 400, 1040, 8600, -356, -321, 893, -200, -40, 8717, -300, -220,
1232, 600, 1400, 8800, -306, -231, 946, -100, 140, 8925, -250, -130,
1309, 800, 1760, 9000, -255, -139, 1000, 0, 320, 9135, -200, -40,
1385, 1000, 2120, 9200, -204, -47, 1056, 100, 500, 9347, -150, 50,
1461, 1200, 2480, 9400, -153, 45, 1112, 200, 680, 9562, -100, 140,
1536, 1400, 2840, 9600, -102, 136, 1171, 300, 860, 9780, -50, 230,
1610, 1600, 3200, 9800, -51, 228, 1230, 400, 1040, 10000, 0, 320,
1685, 1800, 3560, 10000, 0, 320, 1291, 500, 1220, 10223, 50, 410,
1758, 2000, 3920, 10200, 51, 412, 1353, 600, 1400, 10448, 100, 500,
1832, 2200, 4280, 10400, 103, 505, 1417, 700, 1580, 10676, 150, 590,
1905, 2400, 4640, 10600, 154, 597, 1483, 800, 1760, 10907, 200, 680,
1977, 2600, 5000, 10800, 205, 689, 1549, 900, 1940, 11140, 250, 770,
2049, 2800, 5360, 11000, 257, 783, 1618, 1000, 2120, 11376, 300, 860,
2120, 3000, 5720, 11200, 308, 874, 1688, 1100, 2300, 11615, 350, 950,
2191, 3200, 6080, 11400, 360, 968, 1760, 1200, 2480, 11857, 400, 1040,
2262, 3400, 6440, 11600, 412, 1062, 1833, 1300, 2660, 12102, 450, 1130,
2332, 3600, 6800, 1800, 464, 1155, 1909, 1400, 2840, 12350, 500, 1220,
2401, 3800, 7160, 12000, 516, 1249, 1986, 1500, 3020, 12601, 550, 1310,
2470, 4000, 7520, 12200, 568, 1342, 2066, 1600, 3200, 12854, 600, 1400,

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PT100 (IEC 571) PT1000 (IEC 571) Ni100 (IEC 43760) Ni1000 (IEC 43760)
0,1 Ù 0,1 °C 0,1 °F 0,1 Ù 0,1 °C 0,1 °F 0,1 Ù 0,1 °C 0,1 °F 0,1 Ù 0,1 °C 0,1 °F
2539, 4200, 7880, 12400, 620, 1436, 2148, 1700, 3380, 13111, 650, 1490,
2607, 4400, 8240, 12600, 672, 1530, 2232, 1800, 3560, 13371, 700, 1580,
2675, 4600, 8600, 12800, 724, 1623, 2318, 1900, 3740, 13635, 750, 1670,
2742, 4800, 8960, 13000, 776, 1717, 2407, 2000, 3920, 13901, 800, 1760,
2809, 5000, 9320, 13200, 829, 1812, 2498, 2100, 4100, 14171, 850, 1850,
2875, 5200, 9680, 13400, 881, 1906, 2592, 2200, 4280, 14444, 900, 1940,
2941, 5400, 10040 13600, 934, 2001, 2689, 2300, 4460, 14720, 950, 2030,
3006, 5600, 10400 13800, 987, 2097, 2789, 2400, 4640, 15000, 1000, 2120,
3072, 5800, 10760 14000, 1039, 2190, 15283, 1050, 2210,
3136, 6000, 11120 14200, 1092, 2286, 15570, 1100, 2300,
3200, 6200, 11480 14400, 1145, 2381, 15860, 1150, 2390,
3264, 6400, 11840 14600, 1198, 2476, 16154, 1200, 2480,
3327, 6600, 12200 14800, 1251, 2572, 16451, 1250, 2570,
3389, 6800, 12560 15000, 1304, 2667, 16752, 1300, 2660,
3451, 7000, 12920 15200, 1358, 2764, 17056, 1350, 2750,
3513, 7200, 13280 15400, 1411, 2860, 17365, 1400, 2840,
3574, 7400, 13640 15600, 1645, 3281, 17677, 1450, 2930,
3635, 7600, 14000 15800, 1518, 3052, 17993, 1500, 3020,
3695, 7800, 14360 16000, 1572, 3150, 18312, 1550, 3110,
3755, 8000, 14720 16200, 1625, 3245, 18636, 1600, 3200,
3815, 8200, 15080 16400, 1679, 3342, 18964, 1650, 3290,
3874, 8400, 15440 16600, 1733, 3439, 19295, 1700, 3380,
3903, 8500, 15620 16800, 1787, 3537, 19631, 1750, 3470,
17000, 1841, 3634, 19970, 1800, 3560,
17200, 1895, 3731, 20314, 1850, 3650,
17400, 1950, 3830, 20662, 1900, 3740,
17600, 2004, 3927, 21013, 1950, 3830,
17800, 2058, 4024, 21370, 2000, 3920,
18000, 2113, 4123,
18200, 2168, 4222,
18400, 2222, 4320,
18600, 2277, 4419,
18800, 2332, 4518,
19000, 2387, 4617,
19200, 2442, 4716,
19400, 2497, 4815,
19790, 2605, 5009,

4-20mA/ 4-20mA/ 0-20mA/ 4-20mA/ 100mV/100-PTM


100 60 100-PTM 100-PTM Primary Converted
Primary Converted Converted Primary Converted Primary Converted 0 0
170 0 0 0 0 38 0 10 4
200 13 8 38 20 57 12 40 16
230 25 15 57 30 77 25 70 28
280 38 23 77 40 96 37 110 45
330 50 30 96 50 116 50 140 57
390 63 38 116 60 135 62 170 68
460 75 45 135 70 155 75 210 84
560 88 53 155 80 174 87 230 92
690 100 60 174 90 194 100 250 100
194 100

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Sensor fail (Fls)
A sensor fail on the analog input is detected when Analog input value is +6% or – 6% out of range of
selected characteristic.
Hint:
Sensor fail does not activate Binary output Alarm.

If engine shutdown/stop is required when Fls appears, configure in GenConfig -> Inputs/Outputs -> Analog
inputs -> Protection -> property “Active when” to Under/Over limit + Fls.

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Speed Governor Interface List
Hint:
Read carefully Speed governor instructions before connecting controller Speed governor interface!

Electronic engines interface


All below mentioned interface examples describe analog interface even if they are (in some cases) used
for Electronic Control Units (Electronic engines) with CAN data bus.
There are several possibilities to connect CAN bus interface between Electronic engine and ComAp
controller. Refer to ComAp Electronic Engines Support manual.

Communication Bridge Unit


I-CB unit is an interface between Controller and Electronic engine. Following I-CB types are available:
For more details see I-CB-ICBEdit-1.1.pdf manual.

I-CB type Engine


I-CB/MTU MTU
I-CB/MTU-SIAM4000 MTU
I-CB/CAT-Diesel CAT
I-CB/CAT-Gas CAT
I-CB/DeutzTEMe Deutz

Speed governor interface


Following chapter describes analog interface to engines with standard electronic speed governors.

Controller Speed reg out voltage limits


Setpoints Sync/Ld ctrl: SpeedGovLowLim [0,01V] and SpeedGovHiLim [0,01V] limit low and high levels of
output voltage. E.g. instead of full –10V to +10V Speed governor output range can be set SpeedGovLowLim
= 0,00 V and SpeedGovHiLim = 5,00 V to reduce the output range from 0 to 5V.

Heinzmann

Sync/Load ctrl:
Speed gov bias = 0,00 V
SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE

Sync/Load ctrl:
Speed gov bias = 5,00 V
SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE

Sync/Load ctrl:
Speed gov bias = 0,00 V
SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE

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Sync/Load ctrl:
Speed gov bias = 5V
SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE
SpeedGovLowLim = 0,8V
(without resistor
Speed gov bias = 2,75V
SpeedGovLowLim = 0V
Terminals A3 and B3 are on OEM 14-pin connector. SpeedGovHiLim = 6V)
Mounted on Perkins 40xx engines.

Caterpillar PEEC

Caterpillar
PWM SG OUT 9

PEEC
SG COM 19

Pay attention to the connector and jumper orientation.

Sync/Load ctrl:
Speed gov bias = 5,10 V
SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE
SpeedGovLowLim = 0V
SpeedGovHiLim = 10V

Cummins

Sync/Load ctrl:
Speed gov bias = 6,40 V
SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE
SpeedGovLowLim = 5V
SpeedGovHiLim = 7,8V

Spurious operation of the controller push buttons is caused by excessive


interference from the speed controller when capacitor is not connected
between power supply terminals 1 and 2.
Cummins

Vout SG OUT
ECPG

I9 Sync/Load ctrl:
Speed gov bias = 2,50 V
SG COM A1 SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE

Pay attention to the connector and jumper orientation.

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Sync/Load ctrl:
Cummins
ONAN
0V SG COM Speed gov bias = 2,50 V
SG OUT SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE
5V VoutR
SpeedGovLowLim = 0V
SpeedGovHiLim = 5V

Sync/Load ctrl:
Speed gov bias = 5,00 V
SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE

Sync/Load ctrl:
Speed gov bias = 3,50 V
SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE
SpeedGovLowLim = 2,5V
SpeedGovHiLim = 5V

Barber Colman
Barber Colman
DYNA 8000

Sync/Load ctrl:
2 SG COM Speed gov bias = 6,00 V
9 SG OUT SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE
VoutR SpeedGovLowLim = 4V
SpeedGovHiLim = 8V

2
Barber Colman

Sync/Load ctrl:
DYN1 10684

SG COM Speed gov bias = 6,00 V


SG OUT SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE
9
VoutR SpeedGovLowLim = 4V
SpeedGovHiLim = 8V

GAC

Sync/Load ctrl:
ESD 5500

G SG COM
GAC

Speed gov bias = 5,00 V


N SG OUT SpeedRegChar = NEGATIVE
VoutR
SpeedGovLowLim = 4V
SpeedGovHiLim = 6V

Sync/Load ctrl:
Speed gov bias = 5,00 V
SpeedRegChar = NEGATIVE

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EGS 104B
Sync/Load ctrl:
GAC 2 SG COM Speed gov bias = 5,00 V
25 SG OUT
SpeedRegChar = NEGATIVE
VoutR
SpeedGovLowLim = 4V
SpeedGovHiLim = 6V

Sync/Load ctrl:
SDG 735

L SG COM Speed gov bias = 5,00 V


GAC

A SG OUT SpeedRegChar = NEGATIVE


VoutR SpeedGovLowLim = 2,5V
SpeedGovHiLim = 7,5V
Tau act.= 1

WOODWARD

Sync/Load ctrl:
Speed gov bias = 0,00 V
SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE
SpeedGovLowLim = -2,5V
SpeedGovHiLim = 2,5V

Sync/Load ctrl:
Speed gov bias = 5,00 V
SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE

Hint:
For Woodward EPG speed governor (revision F) are limits:
SpeedGovLowLim = -3V
SpeedGovHiLim = +2V
Speed gov bias = -0,5 V

Sync/Load ctrl:
Speed gov bias = 3,1 V
SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE
SpeedGovLowLim = 6,5 V
SpeedGovHiLim = 0,0 V

Sync/Load ctrl:
Speed gov bias = 5,00 V
SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE

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Sync/Load ctrl:
Speed gov bias = 5,00 V
SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE

Terminals 19 and 20 are marked as analog inputs # 1.


25,26 = Speed Signal Inputs

Sync/Load ctrl:
Speed gov bias = 5,00 V
SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE

Sync/Load ctrl:
GND:2 SG COM Speed gov bias = 2,50 V
ILS:9 SG OUT
SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE
470K VoutR SpeedGovLowLim = 0V
SpeedGovHiLim = 5V
For Woodward DPG 2223 the ILS terminal is 10.

Sync/Load ctrl:
Speed gov bias = 2,50 V
SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE
SpeedGovLowLim = 0V
SpeedGovHiLim = 5V

MTU
MTU MDEC

Sync/Load ctrl:
2000, 4000

Vout SG OUT 8 (0 to 10 VDC) Speed gov bias = 4,90 V


36 SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE
SG COM SpeedGovLowLim = 0V
SpeedGovHiLim = 10V
Pay attention to the connector and jumper orientation.

DEUTZ
Plug F
Sync/Load ctrl:
DEUTZ

SG OUT
BF6M

Vout 24 (0, 5 to 4, 5 VDC) Speed gov bias = 2,50 V


23 GND SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE
SG COM Opened for 21 SpeedGovLowLim = 0,5V
0 % Droop 17 SpeedGovHiLim = 4,5V
Pay attention to the connector and jumper orientation.

PERKINS
4016 E61 TRS

Sync/Load ctrl:
PERKINS

Vout Speed gov bias = 5,00 V


SG OUT 18
SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE
SpeedGovLowLim = 2,5V
19
SG COM SpeedGovHiLim = 7,5V

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Pay attention to the connector and jumper orientation.

12

2300, 2800
PERKINS
Vout 2 Sync/Load ctrl:
SG OUT 24
Speed gov bias = 2,50 V
20
SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE
SG COM
SpeedGovLowLim = 0,5V
SpeedGovHiLim = 4,5V
Pay attention to the connector and jumper orientation.
Above mentioned pin numbers refer to the Customer Interface
Connector. The J1 connector on ECM has the following numbering:
20 = J1/3; 24 = J1/17

Sync/Load ctrl:
PERKINS
1300 EDi

VBREF GND SG COM Speed gov bias = 2,5 V


RPS INPUT SG OUT SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE
VoutR SpeedGovLowLim = 0,8V
SpeedGovHiLim = 4,5V

TOHO

8 SG COM Sync/Load ctrl:


11 SG OUT Speed gov bias = 4,00 V
VoutR SpeedRegChar = POSITIVE
10k

8 SG COM
11 SG OUT
VoutR
10k

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AVR Interface List
Read carefully AVR instructions before connecting to controller!

Basler: APR 63-5, AEC 63-7, KR-FX, KR-FFX


AVRi trim to minimum
counterclockwise.

Volt/PF ctrl:
AVR DCout bias = 50%
VoltRegChar = POSITIVE

AVRi output is connected instead of external resistor for voltage adjusting.

Basler: DECS 100


AVRi trim to minimum
counterclockwise.

Volt/PF ctrl:
AVR DCout bias = 50%
VoltRegChar = POSITIVE

AVRi output is connected instead of external resistor for voltage adjusting.

BASLER: DESC 200


AVRi trim to minimum
counterclockwise.

Volt/PF ctrl:
AVR DCout bias = 50%
VoltRegChar = POSITIVE

Stamford SX 460
iG 230/400VAC From AVRi trim to minimum
-
18VAC AVRi 0VAC generator counterclockwise.
TRANS

AVRI OUT Volt/PF ctrl:


1 OUT2 AVRi+
AVRI COM AVR DCout bias = 50%
AVRi- VoltRegChar = POSITIVE
2 OUT1

AVRi output is connected instead of external resistor for voltage adjusting.


STAMFORD SX 440, AS440, MX 321, SX 421
iG 230/400VAC From AVRi trim to minimum
-
18VAC AVRi 0VAC generator counterclockwise.
TRANS

AVRI OUT Volt/PF ctrl:


AVRi+
A1 OUT2 AVRI COM AVR DCout bias = 50%
AVRi- VoltRegChar = POSITIVE
A2 OUT1

PFC3 module is not required.

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STAMFORD MX 341
iG 230/400VAC From AVRi trim to minimum
-
18VAC AVRi 0VAC generator counterclockwise.
TRANS

AVRI OUT Volt/PF ctrl:


AVRi+
A1 GND AVRI COM AVR DCout bias = 50%
AVRi- VoltRegChar = POSITIVE
A2 OUT1

Hint:
Disconnect the droop CT (terminal S1 & S2) and short the droop CT leads
short the terminal S1,S2 on the AVR

Leroy Somer: R 438 LS, R448


Kutai EA448
AVRi trim to minimum
counterclockwise.

Volt/PF ctrl:
AVR DCout bias = 50%
VoltRegChar = POSITIVE

AVRi output is connected instead Remote voltage trimmer 470 ohm to


terminals ST4. Module R726 is not required.
Leroy Somer: R 449
AVRi trim to minimum
counterclockwise.

Volt/PF ctrl:
AVR DCout bias = 50%
VoltRegChar = POSITIVE

Module R726 is not required.


Leroy Somer: R 129
iG 230/400VAC From AVRi trim to minimum
- generator
18VAC AVRi 0VAC counterclockwise.
TRANS

AVRI OUT Volt/PF ctrl:


AVRi+
AVRi

GND AVRI COM AVR DCout bias = 50%


iG-

J2 AVRi-
OUT1 VoltRegChar = POSITIVE

AVRi output is connected instead Remote voltage trimmer 470 ohm to


terminal J2. Module R726 is not required.

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Leroy Somer: R 221, R 222

Module R726 is not required.


AVRi trim to minimum counterclockwise +5%.

Volt/PF ctrl:
AVR DCout bias = 24%
VoltRegChar = POSITIVE

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Leroy Somer: R 230

iG 230/ 400VAC from generator


-
AVRi 0 VAC
TRANS

AVRI OUT
AVRi+
OUT2
AVRI COM
OUT1 AVRi -

Module R726 is not required.


AVRi trim to minimum counterclockwise.

Volt/PF ctrl:
AVR DCout bias = 50%
VoltRegChar = POSITIVE

Leroy Somer: R 438 LS, R448


AVRi trim to minimum
counterclockwise.

Volt/PF ctrl:
AVR DCout bias = 50%
VoltRegChar = POSITIVE

AVRi output is connected instead Remote voltage trimmer 470 ohm to


terminals ST4.
Module R726 is not required.

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Leroy Somer: R 449
AVRi trim to minimum
counterclockwise.

Volt/PF ctrl:
AVR DCout bias = 50%
VoltRegChar = POSITIVE

Leroy Somer: R 129


iG 230/400VAC From AVRi trim to minimum
- generator
18VAC AVRi 0VAC counterclockwise.
TRANS

AVRI OUT Volt/PF ctrl:


AVRi+
AVRi

GND AVRI COM AVR DCout bias = 50%


iG-

J2 AVRi-
OUT1 VoltRegChar = POSITIVE

AVRi output is connected instead Remote voltage trimmer 470 ohm to


terminal J2.

Leroy Somer: R 250


iG 230/400VAC From AVRi trim to minimum
- generator
18VAC AVRi 0VAC counterclockwise.
TRANS

AVRI OUT VoltRegChar = POSITIVE


AVRi+
AVRi

GND AVRI COM AVRDCout bias = 50%


iG-

J2 AVRi-
OUT1

Mecc Alte Spa: U.V.R.6


AVRi trim to maximum
clockwise.

Volt/PF ctrl:
AVR DCout bias = 75%
VoltRegChar = NEGATIVE

AVRi output is connected instead Remote voltage trimmer 100Kohm Hint:


(OUT1=top position wire and GND =second top position). VoltRegChar = POSITIVE is
achived with IG-AVRi OUT2
and GND connection.
Mecc Alte Spa: S.R.7/2
iG 230/400VAC From AVRi trim to maximum
18VAC -
AVRi 0VAC generator clockwise.
TRANS

AVRI OUT Volt/PF ctrl:


AVRi+
AVRi

GND AVRI COM AVR DCout bias = 75%


iG-

AVRi- VoltRegChar = NEGATIVE


OUT1

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Mecc Alte DSR

AVRi trim = 1/16 from minimum ( =6,25% => max. = 2,5V).

Volt/PF ctrl:
AVR DCout bias = 50%
VoltRegChar = POSITIVE

The Vext input (connector CN1 – terminals 10 and 11) permits analogical remote control of output voltage
with a programmable variation range of up to ±10% (parameter 16, by default the setting is ±5%) with respect
to the value set. If you want to use continuous voltage, it will be effective if it is in the range between 0V and
+2,5V. The input tolerates voltages from –5V to +5V, but for values exceeding the limits of 0V / +2,5V (or in
the event of disconnection) it is automatically disabled and the voltage adjustment goes back to the value set
through the trimmer (if enabled) or through parameter 19 (as shown on the picture).
Changing of DSR parameters requires PC with dedicated software and DI1-DSR unit!
DSR automatically detects presence of transformer for parallel operation (if used it works with droop, if not
used it works isochronous).

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Piller
AVRi trim to minimum
counterclockwise.

Volt/PF ctrl:
AVR DCout bias = 39%
VoltRegChar = POSITIVE

AVRi output is connected instead Remote voltage trimmer 100Kohm.


Catterpillar VR6, VR3F
AVRi trim to minimum
counterclockwise.

Volt/PF ctrl:
AVR DCout bias = 50%
VoltRegChar = POSITIVE

For VR3F link 4-7 has to be removed.

Caterpillar VR6-B
AVRi trim to minimum
counterclockwise.

Volt/PF ctrl:
AVR DCout bias = 0%
VoltRegChar = POSITIVE
Voltage range (-2V; 2V)

Caterpillar CDVR
AVRi trim to 50%

Volt/PF ctrl:
AVR DCout bias = 50%
VoltRegChar = POSITIVE

Pin 44 on DVR – PF regulation directly from DVR is not connected.

Catterpillar DVR
AVRi trim to 25%

Volt/PF ctrl:
AVR DCout bias = 50%
VoltRegChar = POSITIVE

Pin 44 on DVR – PF regulation directly from DVR is not connected.

AVK Newage MA330


AVRi trim to minimum
counterclockwise

Volt/PF ctrl:
AVR DCout bias = 50%
VoltRegChar = POSITIVE

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AVK Newage Cosimat N+

Volt/PF ctrl:
AVR DCout bias = 25%
VoltRegChar = NEGATIVE

Marathon DVR2000E
AVRi trim to 1/3 clockwise

Volt/PF ctrl:
AVR DCout bias = 50%
VoltRegChar = POSITIVE

MarelliMotori Mark I (M40FA640A/A)


iG 230/ 400VAC From AVRi trim to 20%
- generator
18VAC AVRi 0 VAC
TRANS
Volt/PF ctrl:
AVRI OUT
AVRi+ AVR DCout bias = 50%
AVRi

8 OUT2 AVRI COM


iG-

VoltRegChar = POSITIVE
6 OUT1 AVRi-

MarelliMotori (M40FA610A)

Volt/PF ctrl:
AVR DCout bias = 50%
VoltRegChar = POSITIVE

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Technical Data
Power supply
Controller IS-Display IG-Display InteliVision 8
Voltage supply 8-36V DC 8-36V DC 8-36V DC 8-36V DC
Consumption depends on 0,4A at 8VDC 0,3A at 8VDC 0,4A at 8VDC 1A at 8VDC
supply voltage
0,15 A at 24VDC 0,1 A at 24VDC 0,14 A at 24VDC 0,35A at 24VDC
0,1A at 36VDC 0,09A at 30VDC 0,12A at 30VDC 0,25A at 36VDC
Battery voltage measurement 2 % at 24V
tolerance
RTC battery life-cycle 10 year

Hint:
When internal RTC battery becomes flat, controller function (e.g. Ready for stand by) does not change until
controller power supply is switched off. Some time before the battery is completely exhausted, a warning
message appears in Alarmlist: "RTCbatteryFlat".
After the next power switch on (with flat battery already) controller:
Stays in the INIT state (not possible to run genset)
All History records disappear except of “System log: SetpointCS err” record
Time and Date values are set to zero
Statistics values are random

Operating conditions
IS-NT** operating temperature -20..+70oC *
IS-NT-BB operating temperature -40..+70oC *
IS-NT*** operating temperature (LT version) -40..+70oC *
Storage temperature -30..+80oC
Storage temperature IS-NT-BB -40..+80oC
Flash memory data retention time 10 years
Protection front panel IP65
Humidity 95% without condensation
IEC/EN 60068-2-30

Standard conformity
Low Voltage Directive EN 61010-1:95 +A1:97
Electromagnetic Compatibility EN 50081-1:94 (EN 61000-6-3)
EN 50081-2:96 (EN 61000-6-4)
EN 50082-1:99 (EN 61000-6-1)
EN 50082-2:97 (EN 61000-6-2)
Vibration 5 - 25 Hz, ±1,6mm
25 - 100 Hz, a = 4 g
Shocks a = 200 m/s2

Hint:
* USB port should be used only above 0°C.
** IS-NT – including IS-Display and InteliVision 8
*** IS-NT – including IS-Display

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Dimensions and weight
Dimensions 180x120x80mm
Weight 950g

Mains and generator


Nominal frequency 50-60Hz
Frequency measurement tolerance 0,1Hz

Current inputs
IG-xx IG-xxC / IS-NT-BB / IM-NT
Nominal input current (from CT) 5A 1A/5A
Load (CT output impedance) < 0,1 Ω < 0,1 Ω
CT input burden < 0,2 VA per phase (Inom=5A) < 0,1 VA per phase (Inom=1A)
< 0,2 VA per phase (Inom=5A)
Max. measured current from CT 10 A 2 A / 10 A
Current measurement tolerance 2% from the Nominal current 2% from the Nominal current
Max. peak current from CT 150 A / 1s 150 A / 1s
Max. continuous current 12 A 2,4 A / 12 A

Voltage inputs – IG/IS-NT and modifications


IG-xx IG-xxC / IS-NT-BB / IM-NT
Nominal voltage (ph-N / ph-ph) 277/480 VAC 120/207 or 277/480 VAC
Maximal measured/allowed 346/600 VAC 150/260 or 346/600 VAC
voltage
Input resistance 0,6 MΩ phase to phase 0,6 MΩ phase to phase
0,3 MΩ phase to neutral 0,3 MΩ phase to neutral
Voltage measurement tolerance 1 % from the Nominal voltage 1 % from the Nominal voltage
Over voltage class III / 2 (EN61010) III / 2 (EN61010)

Hint:
kW, kWh, Load sharing, VAr sharing measurement tolerance is 3%.

Binary inputs and outputs


Binary inputs
IG-NT / IG-NTC IG-EE / IG-EEC / IM-NT IS-NT-BB
Number of inputs 12 6 16
Input resistance 4,7 kΩ 4,7 kΩ 4,7 kΩ
Input range 0-36 VDC 0-36 VDC 0-36 VDC
Switching voltage level 0-2 V 0-2 V 0-2 V
for close contact
indication
Max voltage level for 8-36 V 8-36 V 8-36 V
open contact indication

Binary open collector outputs


IG-NT / IG-NTC IG-EE / IG-EEC / IM-NT IS-NT-BB
Number of outputs 12 6 16
Maximum current 0,5 A 0,5 A 0,5 A
Maximum switching 36 VDC 36 VDC 36 VDC
voltage

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Analog inputs
Not electrically separated
Number of inputs 3 / 0 / 4 unipolar ( IG-NT(x) / IG-EE(x), IM-NT / IS-NT-BB )
Resolution 10 bits
Jumper selectable range V, ohm, mA
Maximal resistance range 2500 Ω
Maximal voltage range 5V
Maximal current range 0 – 20 mA
Input impedance 180 Ω for mA measuring
Input impedance > 100 kΩ for V measuring
Resistance measurement tolerance ± 2 % ± 2 Ω out of measured value
Voltage measurement tolerance ± 1 % ± 1mV out of measured value
Current measurement tolerance ± 1 % ± 0,5mA out of measured value

D+ function
Max. D+ output current 300 mA
Guaranteed level for signal Charging OK 80% of supply voltage

Speed pick-up input


Type of sensor magnetic pick-up
Minimum input voltage 2 Vpk-pk (from 4 Hz to 4 kHz)
Maximum input voltage 50 Veff
Minimum measured frequency 4 Hz
Maximum measured frequency 10 kHz (min. input voltage 6Vpk-pk)
Frequency measurement tolerance 0,2 %

Communication interface

RS232 interface
Maximal distance 10m
Speed up to 57.6kBd

RS485 interface
Maximal distance 1000m
Speed up to 57.6kBd

CAN bus interface


Galvanically separated
Maximal CAN bus length 200m
Speed 250kBd
Nominal impedance 120Ω
Cable type twisted pair (shielded)

Following dynamic cable parameters are important especially for maximal 200 meters CAN bus length and
32 iS-COM units connected:
Nominal Velocity of Propagation min. 75% (max. 4,4 ns/m)
Wire crosscut min.0,25 mm2
Maximal attenuation (at 1 MHz) 2 dB / 100m

Recommended Industrial Automation & Process Control Cables:


BELDEN (see http://www.belden.com):
3082A DeviceBus for Allen-Bradley DeviceNet
3083A DeviceBus for Allen-Bradley DeviceNet
3086A DeviceBus for Honeywell SDS

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3087A DeviceBus for Honeywell SDS
3084A DeviceBus for Allen-Bradley DeviceNet
3085A DeviceBus for Allen-Bradley DeviceNet
3105A Paired EIA Industrial RS485 cable

LAPP CABLE (see http://www.lappcable.com)


Unitronic BUS DeviceNet Trunk Cable
Unitronic BUS DeviceNet Drop Cable
Unitronic BUS CAN
Unitronic-FD BUS P CAN UL/CSA

Analog outputs
Speed governor output ± 10 V DC / 5 V PWM (500 – 3000Hz), max. 15 mA
AVRi outputs PWM to IG-AVRi
Current output 0 – 20 mA ± 0,3mA
Voltage output 0 – 10 V DC, max. 15 mA
Max load resistance 470R at 9,4V

IG-AVRi
Power supply: 18V AC from IG-AVRi Trans/LV or IG-AVRi Trans/100
Absolutely maximum power supply range: 15 - 25 VAC

Inputs: +AVR, -AVR (two wires, PWM from IG-CU)


Outputs: OUT1, OUT2 floating (potential free) voltage source.
AVRi output voltage range: potentiometer adjustable from +- 1V to +-10V DC.
AVRi output current: max 15 mA.
Mechanical dimensions: 96 x 27 x 43 mm , DIN rail (35 mm) mounted

IG-AVRi Trans/LV
Primary voltage 1: 230-277 VAC
Absolute low limit: 230 VAC – 20%
Absolute high limit: 277 VAC + 20%

Primary voltage 2: 400-480 VAC


Absolute low limit: 400 VAC – 20%
Absolute high limit: 480 VAC + 20%

Frequency: 50 - 60 Hz
Secondary voltage: 18 V AC, 5 VA
Operating temperature -30..+70oC

IG-AVRi Trans/100
Primary voltage: 100 – 120 VAC
Absolute low limit: 100 VAC – 20%
Absolute high limit: 120 VAC + 20%

Frequency: 50 - 60 Hz
Secondary voltage: 18 V AC
Operating temperature -30..+70oC

IGS-PTM
Voltage supply 8-36V DC
Consumption 0,1A depend on supply voltage
Mechanical dimensions: 40 x 95 x 45 mm , DIN rail (35 mm) mounted
Interface to controller CAN
Operating temperature -30..+70oC

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Binary inputs
Number of inputs 8
Input resistance 4,7 kΩ
Input range 0 - 36 VDC
Switching voltage level for close contact indication 0-2V
Max voltage level for open contact indication 8-36 V

Binary open collector outputs


Number of outputs 8
Maximum current 0,5 A
Maximum switching voltage 36 VDC

Analog inputs
Not electrically separated
Number of inputs 4
Resolution 10 bits
Maximal resistance range 0 – 250 Ω
Maximal voltage range 0 – 100 mV
Maximal current range 0 – 20 mA
Resistance measurement tolerance 1 % ± 2 Ω out of measured value
Voltage measurement tolerance 1,5 % ± 1mV out of measured value
Current measurement tolerance 2,5 % ±0,5mA out of measured value

Analog output
Not electrically separated
Number of inputs 1
Resolution 10 bits
Output range 0 to 20 mA ± 0,33 mA

IS-AIN8
Nominal power supply 24 VDC
Power supply range 8 – 36 VDC
Max. consumption 250 mA
Mechanical dimensions: 150 x 160 x 50 mm ,
DIN rail (35 mm) mounted
Connection to controller (galvanically separated) CAN1

Operating temperature -40..+70oC


Storage temperature -40..+80oC
Protection front panel IP 20
Humidity 95% without condensation
Standard conformity
Low Voltage Directive EN 61010-1:95 +A1:97
Electromagnetic Compatibility EN 50081-1:94 (EN 61000-6-3)
EN 50081-2:96 (EN 61000-6-4)
EN 50082-1:99 (EN 61000-6-1)
EN 50082-2:97 (EN 61000-6-2)

Analog inputs
Nominal power supply 24 VDC
Power supply range 8 – 36 VDC
Number of inputs 8
Not galvanic separated
Resolution 16 bits

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Each analog input can be software configured to:

Measuring range Accuracy


From to
Resistance 0 Ω 2400 Ω ± 0,5 %
0 Ω 250 Ω ± 1,0 %
Current Passive 0 / 4 mA 20 mA ± 0,5 %
Active 4 mA 20 mA ± 0,5 %
Active 0 mA ± 20 mA ± 0,5 %
Voltage Thermocouples J, K, L type ± 0,2 %
0 mV 100 mV ± 0,2 %
- 1000 mV + 1000 mV ± 0,5 %
0 mV 2500 mV ± 0,5 %

Hint:
Sensors must be isolated from the engine body (except for thermocouples (since HW version 5.0)). Follow
rear sticker description and remove the appropriate jumpers in case of thermocouples not isolated from the
engine body.
It's possible to connect voltage up to 10V to an analog input if an external volt box which is described on
p.53 is used.

I-AOUT8
Voltage supply 8-36V DC
Consumption 0,1A depend on supply voltage
Mechanical dimensions: 40 x 95 x 45 mm , 35 mm DIN rail mounted
Interface to controller CAN
Operating temperature -30..+70oC
Number of analog outputs 8 (not electrically separated)
Output range 0 to 10 VDC
0 to 20 mA
PWM (1200 Hz)

IS-BIN16/8
Nominal power supply 24 VDC
Power supply range 8 – 36 VDC
Max. consumption 250 mA
Mechanical dimensions: 150 x 160 x 50 mm ,
DIN rail (35 mm) mounted
Connection to controller (galvanically separated) CAN1

Operating temperature -30..+70oC


Storage temperature -40..+80oC
Protection front panel IP 20
Humidity 95% without condensation
Standard conformity
Low Voltage Directive EN 61010-1:95 +A1:97
Electromagnetic Compatibility EN 50081-1:94 (EN 61000-6-3)
EN 50081-2:96 (EN 61000-6-4)
EN 50082-1:99 (EN 61000-6-1)
EN 50082-2:97 (EN 61000-6-2)
Binary inputs
Galvanically separated two groups
Number of inputs 8+8
Input resistance 3 kΩ
Input voltage range 0-36 VDC

Input voltage level for open contact 8 to Power supply VDC

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Input voltage level for close contact 0 to 2 VDC
Voltage level is defined between Binary input and Binary input COM terminal.

Open collector outputs


Number of outputs (galvanically separated) 8
Maximum current 0,5 A
Maximum switching voltage 36 VDC

Frequency inputs
Number of inputs 2 (RPM1, RPM2)

RPM1
Type of sensor magnetic pick-up
Minimum input voltage 2 Vpk-pk (from 4 Hz to 4 kHz)
Maximum input voltage 50 Veff
Maximum measured frequency 8 kHz (min. input voltage 6Vpk-pk), frequency mode

RPM2
Type of sensor Contact or Active sensor
Minimal pulse width 10 ms, integration mode
Maximum measured frequency 60 Hz, integration mode

Note: RPM1, RPM2 are available from IS SW version 2.6

IGL-RA15

Power supply
Voltage supply 8-36V DC
Consumption 0,35-0,1A (+1A max horn output)
Depend on supply voltage

Operating conditions
Operating temperature -20..+70oC
Storage temperature -30..+80oC
Protection front panel IP65

Dimensions and weight


Dimensions 180x120x55mm
Weight 950g

Horn output
Maximum current 1A
Maximum switching voltage 36 VDC

I-CB, I-CR

Power supply
Voltage input 8-36V DC
Consumption 0.1A depend on power supply

Operating conditions
Operating temperature -20 ÷ +70 °C
Storage temperature -30 ÷ +80 °C

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Humidity 85% without condensation
Protection IP20

Dimensions and weight


Dimensions 95x96x43 mm, DIN rail (35 mm) mounted
Weight 300g

CAN bus interface


Galvanic separated
Maximal CAN bus length 200m
Speed up to 250kBd (depends on ECU type connected)
Nominal impedance 0Ω
Cable type for iS connection sted pair (shielded)

RS232 interface
Maximal distance 0m
Speed p to 19.2kbps (depends on ECU type connected)

I-LB
Voltage supply -36V DC
Consumption ,1A depend on supply voltage
Operating temperature -30..+70oC
Mechanical dimensions: 5 x 96 x 43 mm , DIN rail (35 mm) mounted
Interface to modem or PC S232, RS422, RS485, (USB – I-LB+ version)
Interface to controller AN

IG-IB
Voltage supply -36V DC
Consumption ,1A depend on supply voltage
Mechanical dimensions: 5 x 96 x 43 mm , DIN rail (35 mm) mounted
Interface to controller S232 or CAN
Interface to modem S232
Interface to Ethernet J45 (10baseT)
Operating temperature -30..+70oC
Storage temperature -30..+70oC

I-RBxx
Number of relays: 6 or 8 in sockets
Nominal voltage: 4 VDC
Voltage range: 6,8 – 36 VDC
Relay opens at: 0% of nominal voltage
Electric / mechanic cycles: 00 000 / 10 000 000
Operating temperature range: 40°C to 70°C
Maximal load: 6 A resistive load at 24VDC
4 A inductive load at 24 VDC
(I-RBxx-231) 2 A at 231VAC
Contacts protection: aristor 14DK390

IG-MTU
Primary voltage Ph-Ph x400 VAC / 50Hz (3x480 VAC / 60 Hz)
Secondary voltage Ph-N x 230 V AC ( 3x277 VAC / 60 Hz) , 5 VA
Mechanical dimensions: 5 x 95 x 60 mm , DIN rail (35 mm) mounted
Primary/secondary Phase shift 1°
Operating temperature -30..+70oC

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Primary voltage Ph-Ph x600 VAC / 50Hz (3x720 VAC / 60 Hz)
Secondary voltage Ph-N x 173 V AC ( 3x208 VAC / 60 Hz) , 5 VA
Mechanical dimensions: 55 x 95 x 60 mm , DIN rail (35 mm) mounted
Primary/secondary Phase shift 1°
Operating temperature -30..+70oC

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