Emerson E2 Installation And Operation Manual

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026-1709 Rev 2 28-JUN-2011
E2 and Eaton Breaker Panel
Installation and

Operation Manual

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  • Page 1: Operation Manual

    026-1709 Rev 2 28-JUN-2011 E2 and Eaton Breaker Panel Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 3 Retail Solutions 3240 Town Point Drive NW Suite 100 Kennesaw, GA 30144 Phone: 770-425-2724 Fax: 770-425-9319 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. The information contained in this manual has been carefully checked and is believed to be accurate. However, Com- puter Process Controls, Inc. assumes no responsibility for any inaccuracies that may be contained herein. In no event will Computer Process Controls, Inc.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    MODBUS ....................5 ETWORK ONNECTION TO USING 3.3.1. COM Port Associations - E2 Versions 3.xx and Below ..................5 3.3.2. COM Port Associations - E2 Versions 4.0 and Above ..................5 3.3.3. E2 Termination..............................5 3.4. E2 S ........................6...
  • Page 7: Introduction

    Eaton Breaker Panel Control Bus (BCB) modules (Eaton Breaker Panel). and provides the interface between the E2 and the re- Communication with the E2 will enable the user to mote controllable breakers using MODBUS. Refer to use features such as Time Schedules, Enhanced Figure 1-2 for proper orientation of the BCB rails.
  • Page 8: Wiring

    MODBUS address (1 to 8) for com- connected to the 24 Com terminal of the BCB mod- munication with E2. Three recessed LEDs (RUN, ules. The side of the 24VAC secondary connected to LAN, PWR) are located on the BCB that indicate the the 24 Com terminals of the BCB should also be con- communication and power status of the BCB.
  • Page 9: Bcb Network Termination

    2.2.2. BCB Network Termination Use Retail Solutions standard third-party termina- tion: • Terminate at E2 with all three jumpers at one end of the network. • At the other end of the network, terminate at the last BCB module with 150 ohm resistor or CPC P/N 537-2711 MODBUS Termination Block.
  • Page 10: Networking

    (odd + 1 or left by an E2. rail + 1) in order for it to display correctly in the E2. For example, if the physical address of panel 1 is 1, (left rail = 1, right rail = 2), you will see the address of the left rail in the Network Summary screen.
  • Page 11: Network Connection To E2 Using Modbus

    RS485 COM Ports COM2 COM6 COM4 Figure 3-4 - Location of E2 COM Ports - E2 PIB Board (E2 Figure 3-3 - Location of E2 COM Ports (E2 versions 3.xx and version 4.0 and above) below) An E2 has up to three COM ports that can be as- 3.3.3.
  • Page 12: E2 Setup Of Eaton Breaker Panels

    The License Report screen displays that E2 controller’s unit type and firmware version, the list of all licensed features on that E2, the current number Figure 3-7 - License Report Screen and maximum number of each of those applications...
  • Page 13: Add And Connect Eaton Breaker Panels

    General Controller Info setup screens: To enable communications between E2 and the Eaton Breaker Panels, the devices must be added and addressed in E2. Log in to the E2 with Level 4 access.  Press - Connected I/O Boards and Controllers.
  • Page 14 (see Section 5, ). •No Port - No port is set up in the E2 Serial Configuration Manager to be a MODBUS port. Follow the instructions in Section 3.4.2.
  • Page 15: Eaton Breaker Panel Application Setup In E2

    For each group of breakers to be controlled sepa- rately, set up a Lighting Schedule application from the Add New Application screen. Figure 4-2 - Single Breaker Lighting Output Setup in E2  Press the key to access the Main Menu,...
  • Page 16: Proof Inputs Setup - Setup Tab

    The Multiple Output Setup screen opens (Figure 4-6) where you can set up the Area Ctrl, Ap- plication, and Property Lighting outputs. Figure 4-4 - Single Breaker Proof Input Setup in E2 Lighting Change the PROOF IN format by pressing ...
  • Page 17: Proof Inputs Setup For Multiple Breaker Grouping

    Under the Comb Ins tab, change the DIG  INPUT1 format by pressing - EDIT and then 1. Alternate I/O Formats to Con- Eaton Application Setup in E2: Multiple Breaker Grouping Eaton Breaker Panel Application Setup in E2 • 11...
  • Page 18 Application property select Lighting For the Area Ctrl property, press Panel, and for the Inputs property select the LOOK UP to select the E2 Name, for the Ap- breaker numbers that are included in the plication property select the Digital Combin- group.
  • Page 19: Troubleshooting

    Check Wiring - Verify the Eaton Breaker modules, Lan + and Lan - Panel is properly connected to the MODBUS Connect the Lan + and Lan - wires to the E2 cable. Verify the network polarity is correct RS485 MODBUS network.
  • Page 21 Effective October 2012 Instructional Leaflet IL01412009E Supersedes August 2006 Pow-R-Command™ 1000— breaker control bus communication protocol Table 1. Device/Settings Device Address DIP Switch Settings 00000001 00000010 00000011 00000100 00000101 00000110 00000111 00001000 00001001 00001010 00001011 00001100 00001101 00001110 00001111 00010000 Up to 21 EATON BABRSP or GHQRSP-series remotely operated circuit breakers can be connected to each BCB.
  • Page 22 Instructional Leaflet IL01412009E Pow-R-Command™ 1000— breaker control bus communication protocol Effective October 2012 Function 02 (0 x 02) Read Discrete Inputs Function 17 (0 x 11) Report Slave ID (Feedback Status, Presence, Last Command, This function is used to read the description of the type, the current and Alarm) status, and other information specific to a remote device.
  • Page 23 Eaton CH Eaton CH Breaker Panel Breaker Panel...
  • Page 24 Native application – NO description file required – Licensed application with a max 8 panels/MODBUS port – Note: Up to 24 if used all 3 COM ports = no IONet • P/N 529-0172 Model/Series Emerson Confidential E2 2.82 & UltraSite 4.82 Training: 7/23/2010...
  • Page 25 – – Individual Rail system – so Individual Rail system – so either L or R could be present or both. – Land 485 MODBUS network on each rail Emerson Confidential E2 2.82 & UltraSite 4.82 Training: 7/23/2010...
  • Page 26 Once commissioned, both addresses will be displayed on the status screen and both addresses will show taken in the address list when performing MODBUS commissioning for another device performing MODBUS commissioning for another device Emerson Confidential E2 2.82 & UltraSite 4.82 Training: 7/23/2010...
  • Page 27 (L to R) with a maximum of 42 breakers per panel – Breakers are not required to be sequential within a rail (e.g. breakers 7, 9, 11… could be present but not 1, 3, 5) Emerson Confidential E2 2.82 & UltraSite 4.82 Training: 7/23/2010...
  • Page 28 Eaton CH Breaker Panel Eaton CH Breaker Panel • Application Commands – No device specific application commands • Application Logs and Graphs – Application Log Report • Firmware Update – Not available Emerson Confidential E2 2.82 & UltraSite 4.82 Training: 7/23/2010...
  • Page 29 Eaton CH Breaker Panel Eaton CH Breaker Panel • Configuration – Individual breaker naming (future potential) – Proofing • Breaker Configuration – ON = smart breaker – OFF = normal breaker Emerson Confidential E2 2.82 & UltraSite 4.82 Training: 7/23/2010...
  • Page 30 Eaton CH Breaker Panel Eaton CH Breaker Panel • Inputs – Individual breakers – Accepts overrides • Outputs – Rail status – Individual breakers – Proofing – Communications status Emerson Confidential E2 2.82 & UltraSite 4.82 Training: 7/23/2010...
  • Page 31 Eaton CH Breaker Panel Eaton CH Breaker Panel • Alarms – 2 application advisories • Proofing • Communications failure – Delay – Advisory Type • NONE, ALARM and NOTICE – Priority • Device Absent Emerson Confidential E2 2.82 & UltraSite 4.82 Training: 7/23/2010...
  • Page 32 Eaton CH Breaker Panel Eaton CH Breaker Panel • Device – Rails Present must be set by the end user. • Unlike Square D this property cannot be read from the device Emerson Confidential E2 2.82 & UltraSite 4.82 Training: 7/23/2010...
  • Page 33 The breaker status reported back from the panel will occasionally report wrong – this has been confirmed with a protocol analyzer. – For this reason non-matching condition must occur at least 3 times in a row before proofing will fail Emerson Confidential E2 2.82 & UltraSite 4.82 Training: 7/23/2010...
  • Page 34 – Will NOT replace the existing CH gateway (810-3722) – GW communicates with the PRC-100 panel that has a PRC-100MOD board installed. – The MODBUS registers are not compatible with PRC-1000. Emerson Confidential E2 2.82 & UltraSite 4.82 Training: 7/23/2010...
  • Page 35 Eaton CH Breaker Panel Eaton CH Breaker Panel • Documentation – Eaton CH Breaker Panel Integration Manual (026-1709) – Pow-R-Command 1000 Installation Guide (IL01312008E) – Eaton Cutler-Hammer Lighting Control Systems – Pow-R-Command Reference (TB01412001E) Emerson Confidential E2 2.82 & UltraSite 4.82 Training: 7/23/2010...
  • Page 36 Pow-R-Command 1000 — Breaker Control Bus Installation and Wiring Instructions Instruction Leaflet IL01412007E Effective June 2006 Hardware Description WARNING The Pow-R-Command 1000 Energy Management System requires the installation of one or more Breaker Controller Bus modules (BCB, Assy. No. 1A32374GO1). Each BCB has network wiring ports, net- THE PROCEDURES DESCRIBED IN THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS ARE TO BE work address switches, and provisions to control up to 21 BABRSP PERFORMED ON A PANEL WITH NO AC MAINS CONNECTED.
  • Page 37 NOTICE DEPENDING ON THE PANELBOARD MANUFACTURE DATE, THERE MAY NOT BE A HOLE FOR THE BOTTOM MOUNTING SCREW. IF THE HOLE IS PRESENT, THEN IT WILL BE IN THE VICINITY OF THE SMALL ARROW SHOWN IN FIGURE 3. IF THE HOLE IS NOT PRESENT, THEN IT WILL BE NECESSARY TO USE THE BCB AS A GUIDE TO LOCATE THE HOLE.
  • Page 38 Wiring Description As described earlier, the BCB has connections for power and data that need to be completed prior to programming and operation of the Pow-R-Command 1000 Energy Management System. The following discussion deals with addressing the BCB and the interconnection of same.
  • Page 39 Step 2. Power On and Confirmation Apply power to the Control Cabinet and power should be routed to each connected BCB. This can be verified by observing the “PWR” (Power) LED on each BCB and confirming it is glowing red. If the power LED does not light on each BCB, check proper wiring terminations and power to the Controller.
  • Page 40 Pow-R-Command 2000 System Overview Technical Data TD01412050E Effective January 2009 Contents Advanced Web Service Technology..... . 2 Pow-R-Command 2000 General Overview ....3 Network Philosophy.
  • Page 41: Advanced Web Service Technology

    Advanced Web Service Technology execute commands. This addition to the panelboard gets you up and running faster so you can start saving energy today! General Overview The Pow-R-Command 2000 system is a state-of-the-art automated lighting solution. Within each Pow-R-Command 2000 controller is a web server that provides a simple and common interface for configuration and control presented as familiar web pages.
  • Page 42: Pow-R-Command 2000 General Overview

    Pow-R-Command 2000 General Overview In businesses of all types, there are numerous variables that signifi- cantly influence profitability. Among these variables are: electrical consumption, construction time and the ease with which employees use the facility. Eaton’s Cutler-Hammer Pow-R-Command 2000 system can have a positive impact on all of these elements. Energy Costs Among the various factors that contribute to total energy costs are: the times that energy is used and the amount of energy used at any...
  • Page 43: Network Philosophy

    Network Philosophy Variable Protocol: Dependent The Pow-R-Command 2000 system is designed to provide the Network Access Device on Network user with the greatest flexibility for interfacing with it. The Pow-R- Access Device Command 2000 system cleanly integrates into a number of larger systems both through device level and system level communication or can stand alone as a complete networked control system.
  • Page 44: Network Access Devices

    Network Access Devices Network Access Devices are only needed when using RS-485 as your communication interface to network each Pow-R-Command 2000 panelboard. Network access devices are not needed when using TCP/IP as your networking protocol. Network access devices are essentially the starting points for the Pow-R-Command 2000 system. Each Network Access Device acts to accomplish several functions, including: protocol exchange, system synchronization, establishing the network and accessing the network.
  • Page 45: Pow-R-Command System Software

    Pow-R-Command System Software All of the power and ability of the Pow-R-Command 2000 system is only achieved through use of software. Pow-R-Command 2000 soft- ware allows a facility to set schedules, create groups, track use and communicate with other software programs. Pow-R-Command 2000 Software Levels To make sure that a facility has only what they really need to run their Pow-R-Command 2000 system, primary levels of software have been...
  • Page 46: Protocol Exchange Controllers

    Protocol Exchange Controllers HVAC System The Pow-R-Command 2000 system is designed to provide the user with the greatest flexibility for interfacing with it. In most circum- Fire/Emergency System stances, the Pow-R-Command system uses an RS-485 protocol and communication standard to send and receive commands between Security/Access Control System control devices.
  • Page 47: Pow-R-Command 2000 Network

    Pow-R-Command 2000 Network Pow-R-Command 2000 Network Specifications RS-485 is a standardized serial communication interface. As such, The backbone of the Pow-R-Command 2000 system is the network standards have been created for its use, and apply to the Pow-R- that runs between each control device. In native Pow-R-Command Command 2000 system.
  • Page 48 Operators Station/Server With Pow-R-Command 2000 Web Server Software, Custom Graphic Screens Software & Lighting Optimization Software Ip Address: 10.11.17.9 User PC with Microsoft User PC with Microsoft Internet Explorer or Internet Explorer or Ethernet Mozilla Firefox Mozilla Firefox Facility IT Wireless Access Network Point...
  • Page 49: Technical Data

    Technical Data Main Circuit Breakers The short circuit rating shown is that of the main breaker only. The Panelboard Ratings short circuit rating of the assembled panelboard is the rating of the lowest fully rated main or branch device or rating of an approved Voltage ●...
  • Page 50 PRC2000 Panelboard Layout Instructions 14-in — 18 Ckt. Chassis 1. Select PRC2000 Panelboard Chassis from Figure 9. Includes PRC2000 PRC2000 a. Determine required mains (lugs or breaker). Controller. Controller b. Select appropriate Main Device. 20-in. — 30 Ckt. Chassis c. Select appropriate Main Device. Includes PRC2000 Controller.
  • Page 51 Eaton Corporation Electrical Group 1000 Cherrington Parkway Cutler-Hammer, PowerChain Management Moon Township, PA 15108 and Pow-R-Command are trademarks of Eaton Corporation. Internet Explorer, Microsoft and United States Windows are registered trademarks of 877-ETN-CARE (877-386-2273) Microsoft Corporation. Firefox is a federally Eaton.com registered trademark of Mozilla Corporation.