Advantech ADAM 4K

WebAccess Configuration Manual
ADAM 4000
ADAM 4000 Driver
Configuration Manual
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Table of Contents
ADAM 4000 Driver Configuration Manual
1
1.
3
ADAM 4000 Configuration
1.1
1.2
2.
ADAM 4000.................................................................................. 3
Module Settings ............................................................................ 4
WebAccess Configuration
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
5
Port.............................................................................................. 5
2.1.1
Check the port number...................................................... 5
2.1.2
WebAccess Comport Page................................................ 7
2.1.3
Comport Number .............................................................. 7
2.1.4
Description ....................................................................... 7
2.1.5
Baud Rate ........................................................................ 8
2.1.6
Data Bits .......................................................................... 8
2.1.7
Stop Bits .......................................................................... 8
2.1.8
Parity ............................................................................... 8
2.1.9
Scan Time........................................................................ 8
2.1.10
Timeout ............................................................................ 8
2.1.11
Retry Count ...................................................................... 8
2.1.12
Auto Recover Time ........................................................... 9
2.1.13
Hand Shake RTS .............................................................. 9
2.1.14
Hand Shake DTR ............................................................. 9
2.1.15
Backup Port ................................................................... 10
Device ....................................................................................... 10
2.2.1
Unit Number ................................................................... 10
2.2.2
Checksum ...................................................................... 10
Block ......................................................................................... 10
2.3.1
Block Type ..................................................................... 11
2.3.2
Offset ............................................................................. 11
Tag ............................................................................................ 11
2.4.1
Parameter ...................................................................... 12
2.4.2
Address ......................................................................... 12
2.4.3
Scaling Type .................................................................. 12
Supported Block List ................................................................... 12
2.5.1
4011 .............................................................................. 12
2.5.2
4012 .............................................................................. 14
2.5.3
4013 .............................................................................. 14
2.5.4
4015 .............................................................................. 14
2.5.5
4015T ............................................................................ 15
2.5.6
4016 .............................................................................. 15
2.5.7
4017 .............................................................................. 15
2.5.8
4018 .............................................................................. 16
2.5.9
4019P ............................................................................ 16
2.5.10
4021 .............................................................................. 17
2.5.11
4022T ............................................................................ 17
2.5.12
4024 .............................................................................. 18
2.5.13
4050 .............................................................................. 18
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2.5.14
4051 .............................................................................. 19
2.5.15
4052 .............................................................................. 20
2.5.16
4053 .............................................................................. 20
2.5.17
4055 .............................................................................. 21
2.5.18
4080 .............................................................................. 22
2.5.19
4117 .............................................................................. 23
2.5.20
4118 .............................................................................. 23
2.5.21
4150 .............................................................................. 24
2.5.22
4501 .............................................................................. 24
2.5.23
4502 .............................................................................. 25
2.6
Main Parameter List .................................................................... 25
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1. ADAM 4000 Configuration
1.1
ADAM 4000
The ADAM-4000 Distributed I/O Systems from Advantech are supported by
the ADAM4K Device Type driver in WebAccess.
There are other
manufacturers, which use "ADAM 4000" protocol compatible devices that are
also supported by this driver.
The ADAM4K Device driver reads the IO Modules of the ADAM-4000 directly.
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The modules contain a RS-485 port. It only has the data+ and dataconnectors. If you want to connect it to an RS-232 port on your computer
please use a converter. The ADAM 4520 is a RS-422/485 to RS-232 converter
module.
Note that when you use a converter the baud rate of the converter must be
set to 9600bps and the ha ndshaking of the converter should match the
handshaking setting on your computer.
1.2
Module Settings
Start your module while linking the init connector to the ground (to enable
the initial mode) and connect it to the computer.
On the computer start the Adam/Apax .NET Utility
The module w ill automatically appear in the left tree under the serial port it is
connected to.
If you are using virtual com port from (EKI serial server) or USB to serial
adapters you need to refresh the com port list first and then the module list.
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The * next to the module name means it is in initial mode. Make sure that the
protocol is Advantech and note the Address, baud rate and checksum as they
will be required in WebAccess settings.
Then close the utility and restart the module.
2. WebAccess Configuration
2.1
Port
The ADAM4K protocol uses a serial port. Even if you use a serial port server
or a USB to serial converter the apparent port in your computer (and
therefore the port to select in WebAccess) is a serial port.
2.1.1
Check the port number
If you are using a comport emulator and you do not know the port number
then open the “Start Menu” and right click on “Computer” and select
“Manage”
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In the device manager section you can see the list of COM ports on your
computer and recognize the virtual port by its driver name
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WebAccess Comport Page
Open your WebAccess Configuration and select the SCADA node you want to
add the device to. Then select “Add a new Comport”
All the settings in this page must match the settings in all the modules
attached to the port. So all the modules attached to the same comport must
have the same settings.
2.1.3 Comport Number
The Serial Comport requires the comport number to match that of the
physical interface (e.g. COM1, COM2, COM3, etc) on the SCADA Node.
2.1.4 Description
This is an optional field used for user reference.
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2.1.5 Baud Rate
For the Adam 4K modules the typical baud rate is 9600.
This must match the baud rate configured in the module and the eventual RS 485 to RS-232 converter.
2.1.6 Data Bits
The packets can have 7 or 8 Data Bits. The typical setting for Adam 4K is 8
bits.
2.1.7 Stop Bits
The packets can have 1 or 2 Stop Bits. The typical setting for Adam 4K is 1
Stop bit.
2.1.8 Parity
The Parity can be None, Odd, Even or Disabled. The typical setting for Adam
4K is Parity = None.
2.1.9 Scan Time
This is the time in milliseconds to scan the Devices. This must match the
ability of the device to respond. A typical scan rate is 1 per second.
If the Device cannot respond as fast as the SCAN Time entered, WebAccess
will scan at a slower rate.
2.1.10 Timeout
With a 1 second scan rate, a typical Time Out = 200 Milliseconds.
Timeout is the time waited before re-sending a communications packet that
did not have a reply.
Timeout specifies how long the software waits for a response to a data
request, specifically to wait for a reply from one packet. A recommended
value is one-fifth the scan rate, longer if the communication device is slow.
Combined w ith Retry count, Timeout also determines time to consider a
device or port as BAD. Timeout is t he time to wait since last communication
packet sent without a reply. Time is in milliseconds. Slow or poor quality
communications require longer timeout. The faster the communications, the
shorter the timeout required. Shorter timeouts result in faster reconnects
after communication failures.
2.1.11 Retry Count
A typical Retry count = 3.
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Number of times to retry communications if no reply is received from a device.
Combined with Timeout, also determines time to consider a device or port as
BAD.
This is the number of times after the first attempt has failed that
communication should be attempted before indicating a failure. (If Retry
count is 3, a total of 4 failed requests have occurred before tags are marked
bad). Specifically, this is how many times to send a single packet after the
field device fails to respond to the first packet. After the retry count is
exceeded, all the tags in the packet are marked w ith asterisks and the next
packet of requests is sent. A reasonable value is 3 to 5 times. After this
number of tries, the tags in this packet are marked as "fail to respond" (i.e.
asterisks) and are disabled. In reality, increasing the number of retries hides
failures on the part of the field device to respond to a request. Essentially,
increasing the retries gives the field device more chances to reply.
2.1.12 Auto Recover Time
A typical Auto Recover Time = 60 Seconds.
Auto Recover Time is the time to wait before attempting to re -establish
communications with a BAD device or port.
If communications to the PLC is unusually slow due to hardware,
communications or network issues, you might consider increasing this value.
If communications to the PLC or RTU fails frequently, you may want to
decrease this number in order to have WebAccess try to re -establish
communications sooner.
If communications to the PLC, RTU or device Fails (i.e. exceeds Timeout)
WebAccess will wait the Auto Recover Time before trying to re -establish
communications.
2.1.13 Hand Shake RTS
The typical setting for Adam 4K is HandShakeRts = No.
The RTS (Request To Send) signal is raised and lowered on the Serial
Communications Port if this value set to Yes. RTS is determined by settings
in the field device. Refer to your device interface manual to determine the
value for this field and the type of cable used.
2.1.14 Hand Shake DTR
The typical setting for Adam 4K is HandShakeDtr = No.
The DTR (Data Terminal Ready) signal raised and lowered on the Serial
Communications Port if this value is set to Yes. DTR is determined by settings
in the field device and the type of cable used.
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2.1.15 Backup Port
The Backup Port has not been tested for Adam 4K
2.2
Device
Then Go to the port page and select “Add a new device”. Select the ADAM4K
device Type.
2.2.1
Unit Number
The Unit number must match the “unit number” (or “address”) set in the
module.
2.2.2
Checksum
Modules can add a checksum to the transactions to confirm the integrity of
the data. The checksum setting must match the one in the module.
2.3
Block
To allow users to add Adam 4K modules easily in WebAccess we created a
block for each module. The block contains all the tags of the module and will
allow an easy access and display.
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Block Type
The block type allows you to select which group of parameters you want to
import (Counter, PID, I/O …).
For Adam 4K select the module type. It will add all the channels and
parameters available in the device.
2.3.2
Offset
The offset should correspond to the address of the first parameter of the
block. All the other parameters addresses will then be calculated based on the
first one.
In the ADAM4K driver the offset format is: 4055,1,0
The first number should correspond to the device type and the second one to
the unit (“address” in Adam .NET utility) leave the third one to 0.
2.4
Tag
If you do not use all the channels in the device and you want to reduce your
tag count you can add the parameters one by one using “Add tag”.
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Parameter
The parameter gives the type of tag you want to import. Try to select a
parameter as close to the tag type as possible because it will fill the other
option with the default parameters.
In Adam 4K almost all the available tags have been put to the parameter list
so by choosing the correct one all the other fields are set automatically.
2.4.2
Address
For Adam 4K the address starts with the module type (replace 4xxx by 4055)
followed by the parameter type (here AI) and then the unit number
(“address” field in Adam .NET utility). The last number should correspond to
the sub-channel number (0 for the AI 0).
2.4.3
Scaling Type
If the data sent by the module is not in a human readable unit you can use
the scaling to change the unit and display a more convenient unit in the node.
In most cases a linear scaling type will be sufficient.
2.5
Supported Block List
There is a block for each ADAM module. The block contain all the possible
parameters in the module. Here are a few of our most used blocks.
2.5.1
4011
1-Channel Thermocouple Input Module
Parameter
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Parameter
Description
Address
Start
Bit
Length
AI_0
Analog Input
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
ALM_CLR
Clear alarm
4xxx&ALM:[email protected]
0
1
ALM_CLRH
Clear high alarm
4xxx&ALM:[email protected]
0
1
ALM_CLRL
Clear low alarm
4xxx&ALM:[email protected]
0
1
ALM_M
Read alarm mode
(0=Disable,1=Enable,
2=Momentary, 3=Latching)
4xxx&ALM:[email protected]
0
1
ALM_H
High alarm
4xxx&ALM:[email protected]
0
1
ALM_L
Low alarm
4xxx&ALM:[email protected]
0
1
ALM_OFF
Disable alarm
4xxx&ALM:[email protected]
0
1
ALM_OFFH
Disable high alarm
4xxx&ALM:[email protected]
0
1
ALM_OFFL
Disable low alarm
4xxx&ALM:[email protected]
0
1
ALM_ON_H
Enable high alarm
4xxx&ALM:[email protected]
0
1
ALM_ON_L
Enable low alarm
4xxx&ALM:[email protected]
0
1
ALM_ONLA
Enable Latching alarm
4xxx&ALM:[email protected]
0
0
1
ALM_ONMO
Enable momentary alarm
4xxx&ALM:[email protected]
.0
0
1
ALM_S
Read alarm status ( 0=OFF,
1=ON )
4xxx&ALM:[email protected]
0
1
ALM_S_H
Read high alarm status
(0=No alarm; 1=Alarm
occurred)
4xxx&ALM:[email protected]
0
0
1
ALM_S_L
Read low alarm status
(0=No Alarm; 1=Alarm
occurred)
4xxx&ALM:[email protected]
0
0
1
CNT_CLR
Clear counter
4xxx&CNT:[email protected]
0
1
CNT_OFF
Stop counter
4xxx&CNT:[email protected]
0
1
CNT_ON
Start counter
4xxx&CNT:[email protected]
0
1
CNT_R
Read counter value
4xxx&CNT:[email protected]
0
1
CNT_S
Read counter start/stop
4xxx&CNT:[email protected]
0
1
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Description
Address
Start
Bit
Length
status (S=0,stops counting;
S=1,starts counting)
DI_0
Digital Input
4xxx&[email protected]
0
1
DO_0
Digital Output
4xxx&[email protected]
0
1
DO_1
Digital Output
4xxx&[email protected] 1
0
1
2.5.2
4012
1-Channel Analog Input Module
Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
AI_0
Analog Input
0
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
DI_0
Digital Input
0
4xxx&[email protected]
0
1
DO_0
Digital Output
0
4xxx&[email protected]
0
1
DO_1
Digital Output
1
4xxx&[email protected] 1
0
1
2.5.3
4013
1-Channel RTD Input Module
Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
AI_0
Analog Input
0
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
2.5.4
4015
6-Channel RTD Module
Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
AI_0
Analog Input
0
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_1
Analog Input
1
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_2
Analog Input
2
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_3
Analog Input
3
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
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Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
AI_4
Analog Input
4
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_5
Analog Input
5
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
2.5.5
4015T
6-Channel Thermistor Module
Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
AI_0
Analog Input
0
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_1
Analog Input
1
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_2
Analog Input
2
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_3
Analog Input
3
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_4
Analog Input
4
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_5
Analog Input
5
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
2.5.6
4016
1-Channel Analog Input/Output Module
Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
AI_0
Analog Input
0
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AO_0
Analog Output
0
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
DO_0
Digital Output
0
4xxx&[email protected]
0
1
DO_1
Digital Output
1
4xxx&[email protected] 1
0
1
2.5.7
4017
8-Channel Analog Input Module
Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
AI_0
Analog Input
0
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
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Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
AI_1
Analog Input
1
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_2
Analog Input
2
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_3
Analog Input
3
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_4
Analog Input
4
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_5
Analog Input
5
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_6
Analog Input
6
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_7
Analog Input
7
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
2.5.8
4018
8-Channel Thermocouple Input Module
Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
AI_0
Analog Input
0
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_1
Analog Input
1
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_2
Analog Input
2
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_3
Analog Input
3
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_4
Analog Input
4
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_5
Analog Input
5
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_6
Analog Input
6
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_7
Analog Input
7
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
2.5.9
4019P
8-Channel Universal Analog Input Module
Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
AI_0
Analog Input
0
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_1
Analog Input
1
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
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Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
AI_2
Analog Input
2
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_3
Analog Input
3
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_4
Analog Input
4
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_5
Analog Input
5
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_6
Analog Input
6
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_7
Analog Input
7
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
2.5.10
4021
1-Channel Analog Output Module
Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
AO_0
Analog Output
0
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
2.5.11
4022T
2-Channel Serial Based Dual Loop PID Controller
Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
AI_0
Analog Input
0
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_1
Analog Input
1
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_2
Analog Input
2
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AI_3
Analog Input
3
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AO_0
Analog Output
0
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AO_1
Analog Output
1
4xxx&[email protected] 1
0
16
DI_0
Digital Input
0
4xxx&[email protected]
0
1
DI_1
Digital Input
1
4xxx&[email protected]
0
1
DO_0
Digital Output
0
4xxx&[email protected]
0
1
DO_1
Digital Output
1
4xxx&[email protected] 1
0
1
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4024
4-Channel Analog Output Module
Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
AO_0
Analog Output
0
4xxx&[email protected]
0
16
AO_1
Analog Output
1
4xxx&[email protected] 1
0
16
AO_2
Analog Output
2
4xxx&[email protected] 2
0
16
AO_3
Analog Output
3
4xxx&[email protected] 3
0
16
DO_0
Digital Output
0
4xxx&[email protected]
0
1
DO_1
Digital Output
1
4xxx&[email protected] 1
0
1
DO_2
Digital Output
2
4xxx&[email protected] 2
0
1
DO_3
Digital Output
3
4xxx&[email protected] 3
0
1
2.5.13
4050
15-Channel Digital Input Output Module
Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
DI_0
Digital Input
0
4xxx&[email protected]
0
1
DI_1
Digital Input
1
4xxx&[email protected]
0
1
DI_2
Digital Input
2
4xxx&[email protected]
0
1
DI_3
Digital Input
3
4xxx&[email protected]
0
1
DI_4
Digital Input
4
4xxx&[email protected]
0
1
DI_5
Digital Input
5
4xxx&[email protected]
0
1
DI_6
Digital Input
6
4xxx&[email protected]
0
1
DO_0
Digital Output
0
4xxx&[email protected]
0
1
DO_1
Digital Output
1
4xxx&[email protected] 1
0
1
DO_2
Digital Output
2
4xxx&[email protected] 2
0
1
DO_3
Digital Output
3
4xxx&[email protected] 3
0
1
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Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
DO_4
Digital Output
4
4xxx&DO@0. 4
0
1
DO_5
Digital Output
5
4xxx&DO@0. 5
0
1
DO_6
Digital Output
6
4xxx&DO@0. 6
0
1
DO_7
Digital Output
7
4xxx&DO@0. 7
0
1
2.5.14
4051
16-Channnel Isolated Digital Input Module
Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
DI_0
Digital Input
0
4xxx&DI@0.0
0
1
DI_1
Digital Input
1
4xxx&DI@0.1
0
1
DI_2
Digital Input
2
4xxx&DI@0.2
0
1
DI_3
Digital Input
3
4xxx&DI@0.3
0
1
DI_4
Digital Input
4
4xxx&DI@0.4
0
1
DI_5
Digital Input
5
4xxx&DI@0.5
0
1
DI_6
Digital Input
6
4xxx&DI@0.6
0
1
DI_7
Digital Input
7
4xxx&DI@0.7
0
1
DI_8
Digital Input
8
4xxx&DI@0.8
0
1
DI_9
Digital Input
9
4xxx&DI@0.9
0
1
DI_10
Digital Input
10
4xxx&DI@0.10
0
1
DI_11
Digital Input
11
4xxx&DI@0.11
0
1
DI_12
Digital Input
12
4xxx&DI@0.12
0
1
DI_13
Digital Input
13
4xxx&DI@0.13
0
1
DI_14
Digital Input
14
4xxx&DI@0.14
0
1
DI_15
Digital Input
15
4xxx&DI@0.15
0
1
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ADAM 4000
4052
8-Channel Isolated Digital Input Module
Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
DI_0
Digital Input
0
4xxx&DI@0.0
0
1
DI_1
Digital Input
1
4xxx&DI@0.1
0
1
DI_2
Digital Input
2
4xxx&DI@0.2
0
1
DI_3
Digital Input
3
4xxx&DI@0.3
0
1
DI_4
Digital Input
4
4xxx&DI@0.4
0
1
DI_5
Digital Input
5
4xxx&DI@0.5
0
1
DI_6
Digital Input
6
4xxx&DI@0.6
0
1
DI_7
Digital Input
7
4xxx&DI@0.7
0
1
2.5.16
4053
16-Channel Digital Input Module
Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
DI_0
Digital Input
0
4xxx&DI@0.0
0
1
DI_1
Digital Input
1
4xxx&DI@0.1
0
1
DI_2
Digital Input
2
4xxx&DI@0.2
0
1
DI_3
Digital Input
3
4xxx&DI@0.3
0
1
DI_4
Digital Input
4
4xxx&DI@0.4
0
1
DI_5
Digital Input
5
4xxx&DI@0.5
0
1
DI_6
Digital Input
6
4xxx&DI@0.6
0
1
DI_7
Digital Input
7
4xxx&DI@0.7
0
1
DI_8
Digital Input
8
4xxx&DI@0.8
0
1
DI_9
Digital Input
9
4xxx&DI@0.9
0
1
DI_10
Digital Input
10
4xxx&DI@0.10
0
1
DI_11
Digital Input
11
4xxx&DI@0.11
0
1
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Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
DI_12
Digital Input
12
4xxx&DI@0.12
0
1
DI_13
Digital Input
13
4xxx&DI@0.13
0
1
DI_14
Digital Input
14
4xxx&DI@0.14
0
1
DI_15
Digital Input
15
4xxx&DI@0.15
0
1
2.5.17
4055
15-Channel Isolated Digital Input Output Module
Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
DI_0
Digital Input
0
4xxx&DI@0.0
0
1
DI_1
Digital Input
1
4xxx&DI@0.1
0
1
DI_2
Digital Input
2
4xxx&DI@0.2
0
1
DI_3
Digital Input
3
4xxx&DI@0.3
0
1
DI_4
Digital Input
4
4xxx&DI@0.4
0
1
DI_5
Digital Input
5
4xxx&DI@0.5
0
1
DI_6
Digital Input
6
4xxx&DI@0.6
0
1
DI_7
Digital Input
7
4xxx&DI@0.7
0
1
DO_0
Digital Output
0
4xxx&DO@0.0
0
1
DO_1
Digital Output
1
4xxx&DO@0. 1
0
1
DO_2
Digital Output
2
4xxx&DO@0. 2
0
1
DO_3
Digital Output
3
4xxx&DO@0. 3
0
1
DO_4
Digital Output
4
4xxx&DO@0. 4
0
1
DO_5
Digital Output
5
4xxx&DO@0. 5
0
1
DO_6
Digital Output
6
4xxx&DO@0. 6
0
1
DO_7
Digital Output
7
4xxx&DO@0. 7
0
1
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ADAM 4000
4080
2-Channel Counter/Frequency Module
Parameter
Description
Address
Start
Bit
Length
ALM_CLR
Clear alarm
4xxx&ALM:CLR@0.0
0
1
ALM_CLRH
Clear high alarm
4xxx&ALM:CLR_H@0.0
0
1
ALM_CLRL
Clear low alarm
4xxx&ALM:CLR_L@0.0
0
1
ALM_M
Read alarm mode
(0=Disable,1=Enable,
2=Momentary, 3=Latching)
4xxx&ALM:M@0.0
0
1
ALM_H
High alarm
4xxx&ALM:M_H@0.0
0
1
ALM_L
Low alarm
4xxx&ALM:M_L@0.0
0
1
ALM_OFF
Disable alarm
4xxx&ALM:OFF@0.0
0
1
ALM_OFFH
Disable high alarm
4xxx&ALM:OFF_H@0.0
0
1
ALM_OFFL
Disable low alarm
4xxx&ALM:OFF_L@0.0
0
1
ALM_ON_H
Enable high alarm
4xxx&ALM:ON_H@0.0
0
1
ALM_ON_L
Enable low alarm
4xxx&ALM:ON_L@0.0
0
1
ALM_ONLA
Enable Latching alarm
4xxx&ALM:ON_LAT@0.
0
0
1
ALM_ONMO
Enable momentary alarm
4xxx&ALM:ON_MOM@0
.0
0
1
ALM_S
Read alarm status ( 0=OFF,
1=ON )
4xxx&ALM:ON_S@0.0
0
1
ALM_S_H
Read high alarm status
(0=No alarm; 1=Alarm
occurred)
4xxx&ALM:ON_S_H@0.
0
0
1
ALM_S_L
Read low alarm status
(0=No Alarm; 1=Alarm
occurred)
4xxx&ALM:ON_S_L@0.
0
0
1
CNT_CLR
Clear counter
4xxx&CNT:CLR@0.0
0
1
CNT_OFF
Stop counter
4xxx&CNT:OFF@0.0
0
1
CNT_ON
Start counter
4xxx&CNT:ON@0.0
0
1
CNT_R
Read counter value
4xxx&CNT:R@0.0
0
1
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Parameter
Description
Address
Start
Bit
Length
CNT_S
Read counter start/stop
status (S=0,stops counting;
S=1,starts counting)
4xxx&CNT:S@0.0
0
1
DO_0
Digital Output
4xxx&DO@0.0
0
1
DO_1
Digital Output
4xxx&DO@0. 1
0
1
2.5.19
4117
Robust 8-Channel Analog Input Module
Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
AI_0
Analog Input
0
4xxx&AI@0.0
0
16
AI_1
Analog Input
1
4xxx&AI@0.1
0
16
AI_2
Analog Input
2
4xxx&AI@0.2
0
16
AI_3
Analog Input
3
4xxx&AI@0.3
0
16
AI_4
Analog Input
4
4xxx&AI@0.4
0
16
AI_5
Analog Input
5
4xxx&AI@0.5
0
16
AI_6
Analog Input
6
4xxx&AI@0.6
0
16
AI_7
Analog Input
7
4xxx&AI@0.7
0
16
2.5.20
4118
Robust 8-Channel Thermocouple Input Module
Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
AI_0
Analog Input
0
4xxx&AI@0.0
0
16
AI_1
Analog Input
1
4xxx&AI@0.1
0
16
AI_2
Analog Input
2
4xxx&AI@0.2
0
16
AI_3
Analog Input
3
4xxx&AI@0.3
0
16
AI_4
Analog Input
4
4xxx&AI@0.4
0
16
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Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
AI_5
Analog Input
5
4xxx&AI@0.5
0
16
AI_6
Analog Input
6
4xxx&AI@0.6
0
16
AI_7
Analog Input
7
4xxx&AI@0.7
0
16
2.5.21
4150
Robust 15-Channel Digital Input Output Module
Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
DI_0
Digital Input
0
4xxx&DI@0.0
0
1
DI_1
Digital Input
1
4xxx&DI@0.1
0
1
DI_2
Digital Input
2
4xxx&DI@0.2
0
1
DI_3
Digital Input
3
4xxx&DI@0.3
0
1
DI_4
Digital Input
4
4xxx&DI@0.4
0
1
DI_5
Digital Input
5
4xxx&DI@0.5
0
1
DI_6
Digital Input
6
4xxx&DI@0.6
0
1
DO_0
Digital Output
0
4xxx&DO@0.0
0
1
DO_1
Digital Output
1
4xxx&DO@0. 1
0
1
DO_2
Digital Output
2
4xxx&DO@0. 2
0
1
DO_3
Digital Output
3
4xxx&DO@0. 3
0
1
DO_4
Digital Output
4
4xxx&DO@0. 4
0
1
DO_5
Digital Output
5
4xxx&DO@0.5
0
1
DO_6
Digital Output
6
4xxx&DO@0. 6
0
1
DO_7
Digital Output
7
4xxx&DO@0. 7
0
1
2.5.22
4501
Ethernet-enabled Communication Controller with 8-Channel Digital Input
Output
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Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
DI_0
Digital Input
0
4xxx&DI@0.0
0
1
DI_1
Digital Input
1
4xxx&DI@0.1
0
1
DI_2
Digital Input
2
4xxx&DI@0.2
0
1
DI_3
Digital Input
3
4xxx&DI@0.3
0
1
DO_0
Digital Output
0
4xxx&DO@0.0
0
1
DO_1
Digital Output
1
4xxx&DO@0. 1
0
1
DO_2
Digital Output
2
4xxx&DO@0. 2
0
1
DO_3
Digital Output
3
4xxx&DO@0. 3
0
1
2.5.23
4502
Ethernet-enabled Communication Controller with 2-Channel Analog Input
Output and 4-Channel Digital Input Output
Parameter
Description
Channel
Address
Start
Bit
Length
AI_0
Analog Input
0
4xxx&AI@0.0
0
16
AO_0
Analog Output
0
4xxx&AO@0.0
0
16
DI_0
Digital Input
0
4xxx&DI@0.0
0
1
DI_1
Digital Input
1
4xxx&DI@0.1
0
1
DO_0
Digital Output
0
4xxx&DO@0.0
0
1
DO_1
Digital Output
1
4xxx&DO@0. 1
0
1
DO_2
Digital Output
2
4xxx&DO@0. 2
0
1
2.6
Main Parameter List
Parameter
Description
Address
Start
Bit
Length
AI
Analog Input
4xxx&AI@0.0
0
16
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Parameter
Description
Address
Start
Bit
Length
AI_0
Analog Input
4xxx&AI@0.0
0
16
AI_1
Analog Input
4xxx&AI@0.1
0
16
AI_2
Analog Input
4xxx&AI@0.2
0
16
AI_3
Analog Input
4xxx&AI@0.3
0
16
AI_4
Analog Input
4xxx&AI@0.4
0
16
AI_5
Analog Input
4xxx&AI@0.5
0
16
AI_6
Analog Input
4xxx&AI@0.6
0
16
AI_7
Analog Input
4xxx&AI@0.7
0
16
AO
Analog Output
4xxx&AO@0.0
0
16
AO_0
Analog Output
4xxx&AO@0.0
0
16
AO_1
Analog Output
4xxx&AO@0. 1
0
16
AO_2
Analog Output
4xxx&AO@0. 2
0
16
AO_3
Analog Output
4xxx&AO@0. 3
0
16
AO_4
Analog Output
4xxx&AO@0. 4
0
16
AO_5
Analog Output
4xxx&AO@0. 5
0
16
AO_6
Analog Output
4xxx&AO@0. 6
0
16
AO_7
Analog Output
4xxx&AO@0. 7
0
16
ALM_CLR
Clear alarm
4xxx&ALM:CLR@0.0
0
1
ALM_CLRH
Clear high alarm
4xxx&ALM:CLR_H@0.0
0
1
ALM_CLRL
Clear low alarm
4xxx&ALM:CLR_L@0.0
0
1
ALM_M
Read alarm mode
(0=Disable,1=Enable,
2=Momentary,
3=Latching)
4xxx&ALM:M@0.0
0
1
ALM_H
High alarm
4xxx&ALM:M_H@0.0
0
1
ALM_L
Low alarm
4xxx&ALM:M_L@0.0
0
1
ALM_OFF
Disable alarm
4xxx&ALM:OFF@0.0
0
1
ALM_OFFH
Disable high alarm
4xxx&ALM:OFF_H@0.0
0
1
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Parameter
Description
Address
Start
Bit
Length
ALM_OFFL
Disable low alarm
4xxx&ALM:OFF_L@0.0
0
1
ALM_ON_H
Enable high alarm
4xxx&ALM:ON_H@0.0
0
1
ALM_ON_L
Enable low alarm
4xxx&ALM:ON_L@0.0
0
1
ALM_ONLA
Enable Latching alarm
4xxx&ALM:ON_LAT@0.0
0
1
ALM_ONMO
Enable momentary alarm
4xxx&ALM:ON_MOM@0.0
0
1
ALM_S
Read alarm status
( 0=OFF, 1=ON )
4xxx&ALM:ON_S@0.0
0
1
ALM_S_H
Read high alarm status
(0=No alarm; 1=Alarm
occurred)
4xxx&ALM:ON_S_H@0.0
0
1
ALM_S_L
Read low alarm status
(0=No Alarm; 1=Alarm
occurred)
4xxx&ALM:ON_S_L@0.0
0
1
CNT_CLR
Clear counter
4xxx&CNT:CLR@0.0
0
1
CNT_OFF
Stop counter
4xxx&CNT:OFF@0.0
0
1
CNT_ON
Start counter
4xxx&CNT:ON@0.0
0
1
CNT_R
Read counter value
4xxx&CNT:R@0.0
0
1
CNT_S
Read counter start/stop
status (S=0,stops
counting; S=1,starts
counting)
4xxx&CNT:S@0.0
0
1
DI
Digital Input
4xxx&DI@0.0
0
1
DI_0
Digital Input
4xxx&DI@0.0
0
1
DI_1
Digital Input
4xxx&DI@0.1
0
1
DI_2
Digital Input
4xxx&DI@0.2
0
1
DI_3
Digital Input
4xxx&DI@0.3
0
1
DI_4
Digital Input
4xxx&DI@0.4
0
1
DI_5
Digital Input
4xxx&DI@0.5
0
1
DI_6
Digital Input
4xxx&DI@0.6
0
1
DI_7
Digital Input
4xxx&DI@0.7
0
1
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Parameter
Description
Address
Start
Bit
Length
DI_8
Digital Input
4xxx&DI@0.8
0
1
DI_9
Digital Input
4xxx&DI@0.9
0
1
DI_10
Digital Input
4xxx&DI@0.10
0
1
DI_11
Digital Input
4xxx&DI@0.11
0
1
DI_12
Digital Input
4xxx&DI@0.12
0
1
DI_13
Digital Input
4xxx&DI@0.13
0
1
DI_14
Digital Input
4xxx&DI@0.14
0
1
DI_15
Digital Input
4xxx&DI@0.15
0
1
DO
Digital Output
4xxx&DO@0.0
0
1
DO_0
Digital Output
4xxx&DO@0.0
0
1
DO_1
Digital Output
4xxx&DO@0. 1
0
1
DO_2
Digital Output
4xxx&DO@0. 2
0
1
DO_3
Digital Output
4xxx&DO@0. 3
0
1
DO_4
Digital Output
4xxx&DO@0. 4
0
1
DO_5
Digital Output
4xxx&DO@0. 5
0
1
DO_6
Digital Output
4xxx&DO@0. 6
0
1
DO_7
Digital Output
4xxx&DO@0. 7
0
1
DO_8
Digital Output
4xxx&DO@0. 8
0
1
DO_9
Digital Output
4xxx&DO@0. 9
0
1
DO_10
Digital Output
4xxx&DO@0. 10
0
1
DO_11
Digital Output
4xxx&DO@0. 11
0
1
DO_12
Digital Output
4xxx&DO@0. 12
0
1
DO_13
Digital Output
4xxx&DO@0. 13
0
1
DO_14
Digital Output
4xxx&DO@0.14
0
1
DO_15
Digital Output
4xxx&DO@0. 15
0
1
DO_R
Digital output read back
4xxx&DO:R@0.0
0
1
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