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Peripheral Device Address Allocation; Front Display; Status Displays - Siemens SIMATRIX NEO V2 Configuration Manual

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Total system with full options
Interface designation/type
COM 2, COM 3, COM 4
RS232
Keyboard
4-wire ,CL-20mA/TTY interface
Alarm 1 - 16/ TTY out
Alarm 17 - 32/ TTY out
CL-20mA-/TTY interfaces
I/O 0-15
Alarm out
Master relay
Alarm out
Open-collector outputs
5.5

Peripheral device address allocation

5.6

Front display

5.6.1

Status displays

20
Siemens AB
Security Products
Interfaces for external communication purposes
Qty.
Use
3
for programming the SIMATRIX NEO V2 and connecting an
external computer. Protocols IVM-NT, TELEMAT MD/MDT,
SISTORE NT, log printer, secondary control systems
8
for connecting up to 8 keyboards
2 x 8
For connecting telemetry devices
1
2 voltage-free changeover contacts
Group signals for alarms and/or video signal interruption
If programmed as normally closed, the relay can also be
used to indicate a power failure
8
For controlling external devices
An address must be allocated to all devices, e.g. keyboards, CDCs and dome
cameras.
Camera head drives, dome cameras and interfaces for camera programming must
always be assigned an input.
The SIMATRIX NEO V2 configuration software allows the allocation of other
addresses. It is possible to select the same protocol for several telemetry ports of
SIMATRIX NEO V2 and to assign an address several times.
The front display indicates various device conditions. Values are displayed to an
accuracy of ±5% and are to a certain extent dependent on the number of extension
modules that have been installed.
These values must be seen as purely indicative and for diagnostic purposes only.
Status display
Meaning
(examples)
SIMATRIX Status:
Device is in the process of starting up
waiting for CPU
SIMATRIX Status:
Device is running and displays system time.
active
09:15
SIMATRIX Status:
Device status after initial boot (alarm program 2 loaded)
defaults loaded
Time/Date
System date and time display
01.02.2005 09:15
last POR before:
Period of time that has elapsed since the device was last turned on or reset
(Power On Reset). This can help detect a power failure.
014:01:15:00
Display in ddd:hh:mm:ss
(days:hours:minutes:seconds)
Software SPU:
SPU (Slave Processing Unit) software version
NeoCtrl 1.00.060
Software CPU:
CPU (Control Processing Unit) software version
programmable Baud rate
see programming manual
standard setting 19.2 kBaud
see programming manual
standard setting 9600 kBaud
see programming manual
standard setting 2400 kBaud

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