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IEC 104 Server
Module IC695EIS001
User Manual
GFK-2949C
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    Intelligent Platforms Programmable Control Products PACSystems* RX3i IEC 104 Server Module IC695EIS001 User Manual GFK-2949C July 2017...

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    The information is supplied for informational purposes only, and GE makes no warranty as to the accuracy of the information included herein. Changes, modifications, and/or improvements to equipment and specifications are made periodically and these changes may or may not be reflected herein.

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    Contact Information If you purchased this product through an Authorized Channel Partner, please contact the seller directly. General Contact Information Online technical support and http://support.ge-ip.com GlobalCare Additional information http://www.ge-ip.com/ Solution Provider solutionprovider.ip@ge.com Technical Support If you have technical problems that cannot be resolved with the information in this manual, please contact us by telephone or email, or on the web at http://support.ge-ip.com...

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    Contact Information...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents ............................... ABLE OF ONTENTS ..............................ABLE OF IGURES ..........................1 HAPTER NTRODUCTION ..............................1 EVISIONS IN THIS ANUAL IEC 104 O ................................2 VERVIEW ................................... 3 ESCRIPTION ................................4 RODUCT VERVIEW ..................................5 PECIFICATIONS ..............................6 ONTROLS AND NDICATORS IEC 104 S ..................

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    Status of Read ................................ 61 A-2.2 Status of a Client Connection .......................... 61 A-2.3 Point Push ................................61 A-2.4 Events being stored ............................. 61 ......................62 PPENDIX TATION ANAGER TATUS ........................64 PPENDIX ESSAGES ABLE PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

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    Contents ..........................66 PPENDIX EVICE ROFILE ................................67 EVISION ISTORY ..................................68 NTRODUCTION ................................69 NTEROPERABILITY D-3.1 System or device ..............................69 D-3.2 Network configuration ............................69 D-3.3 Physical layer ................................70 D-3.4 Link layer .................................. 71 D-3.5 Application layer ..............................72 D-3.6 Basic Application Functions ..........................

  • Page 9: Table Of Figures

    Figure 25: Example of CPO Splitting ADSU into Read-Only and Read/Write Segments ........ 46 Figure 26: Status Area Contents and Layout ........................60 Figure 27: Response to stat a Command ..........................62 Figure 28: Node Commands Showing Available Plug-in Communication Modules ........63 PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

  • Page 10: Chapter 1 Introduction

    Chapter 1 Introduction This manual describes the RX3i IEC 60870-5-104 Option Parameters Ethernet Server Module, IC695EIS001 (or EIS001 for short). By installing this module in the backplane of an RX3i controller, the controller may be set up as an IEC 104 Server on an IEC 104 Network. This permits RX3i data to be exchanged with the IEC 104 Clients on that network.

  • Page 11: Iec 104 Overview

    Engg. Station - PME HMI – IEC 104 Client LAN1 EIS001 – IEC 104 Server Modules 104 LAN2 RX3i System Figure 2: Application Showing two IEC 104 LANs Accessing RX3i through two EIS001 Modules PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

  • Page 12: Description

    Chapter 1. Introduction Description The RX3i IEC 104 Server Module, catalog number IC695EIS001 (or EIS001), hosts the IEC 104 Server protocol on a common RX3i ETM001 module hardware platform. Thus, many of the specifications and behaviors are shared with the ETM001 module. IC695EIS001 is an Ethernet-connected module which fits in the RX3i backplane and permits the RX3i to behave as a Server on the IEC 104 network.

  • Page 13: Product Overview

    The PACSystems RX3i Ethernet IEC 60870-5-104 Server Module, catalog number IC695EIS001 implements the IEC communications protocol. It ETHERNET OK permits a PACSystems RX3i controller to be connected to an Ethernet LAN OK network using a standard TCP/IP connection scheme, allowing an IEC 104...

  • Page 14: Specifications

    Chapter 1. Introduction 1.5 Specifications Module Name PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module Catalogue IC695EIS001-AA Protocol Supported IEC60870-5-104 Server Connectors - Station Manager (RS-232) Port: 9-pin female D-connector - Two 10BaseT / 100BaseTX Ports: 8-pin female shielded RJ-45 IEEE 802.2 Logical Link Control Class I IEEE 802.3 CSMA/CD Medium Access Control 10/100 Mbps...

  • Page 15: Controls And Indicators

    LINK Link OK LED 10/100 Mbps ETHERNET Ethernet Ports (2) 10BaseT/ 100BaseTX 100 Mbps Port 1B LINK 10/100 Mbps ETHERNET Figure 4: IEC 104 Server Module EIS001 Features at a Glance PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

  • Page 16: Rx3 Iiec 104 Server Specifications And Restrictions

    Chapter 1. Introduction 1.7 RX3i IEC 104 Server Specifications and Restrictions The following tables document the IEC 104 Server capabilities of the EIS001 module. Refer to the IEC 104 standard for details. Interrogation Types Description General General Interrogation is a full request of all point data on the Server from the client.

  • Page 17: Adsu Supported Commands

    1.7.6 General Purpose ADSUs Supported General Purpose ADSUs supported Mnemonic Number Description C_IC_NA_1 Interrogation command C_CS_NA_1 Clock synchronization command PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

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    Chapter 1. Introduction GFK-2949C July 2017...

  • Page 19: Performance And Limitations

    Word Memory, 32-bit width per point, “REAL” type M_EP_TB_1 2000 (Default - 512) Digital Memory Only (Only accessible through Point Push) M_EP_TC_1 2000 (Default - 512) Digital Memory Only (Only accessible through Point Push) PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

  • Page 20: Glossary

    Chapter 1. Introduction 1.9 Glossary A generic term used for referring to a collection of data points, or a single data ADSU point, on an IEC 104 device. An object can have a specific action on a Server and all objects are defined in the IEC 104 Specification. ASDU Application Service Data Unit Advanced User Parameters for Ethernet configuration, a file which contains...

  • Page 21: References

    PACSystems TCP/IP Ethernet Communications Station Manager User Manual GFK-2225 PACSystems RX3i System Manual GFK-2314 PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server IC695EIS001 Quick Start Guide GFK-2948 PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server IC695EIS001 Important Product Information GFK-2947 User manuals, product updates and other information sources are available on the Support website, http://www.ge-ip.com/support, under Controllers and IO, RX3i Controllers.

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    Chapter 1. Introduction GFK-2949C July 2017...

  • Page 23: Chapter 2 Installation

    LED indications • Firmware updates For additional information about RX3i system installation, refer to PACSystems RX3i System Manual, GFK-2314. For all EIS001 module installation procedures, use ETM001 as a reference since EIS001 is constructed on the ETM001 hardware platform. You will also need Proficy Machine Edition (PME) configuration and programming software, version 8.50 SIM 9 or later.

  • Page 24: Pre-installation Check

    12 mm (for example fingers). This equates to a NEMA/UL Type 1 enclosure or an IP20 rating (IEC60529) providing at least a pollution degree 2 environment. For details about installing RX3i rack systems, refer to PACSystems RX3i System Manual, GFK-2314.

  • Page 25: Installation In Hazardous Areas

    Zone 2, Group IIC and rated IP54. The enclosure shall only be able to be opened with the use of a tool. 2.3.2 ATEX Marking II 3 G Ex nA IIC T5 X Ta: 0 - 60C PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

  • Page 26: Module Installation

    RX3i System Manual, GFK-2314 Chapters 2 and 3 for details on how to mount/dismount RX3i modules and slot choices available. The EIS001 may be installed while the rack is under power. Refer to PACSystems RX3i System Manual, GFK-2314 Chapter 2 for hot-swap details.

  • Page 27: Chapter 3 Configuration

    Chapter 3 Configuration The RX3i EIS001 IEC 104 Server Module receives three different types of configuration: a) Its rack/slot location is determined through the hardware configuration tool in Proficy Machine Edition and is downloaded to the RX3i CPU. b) Its Ethernet parameters are set through Proficy Machine Edition (PME), as documented in PACSystems RX7i &...

  • Page 28: Configuration Tools

    Chapter 3. Configuration Configuration Tools • PACSystems RX3i CPU Firmware 8.00 or later. Refer to PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server IC695EIS001 Important Product Information, GFK-2947 for firmware compatibility. • Proficy Machine Edition configuration and programming software, version 8.50 SIM 9 or later.

  • Page 29: Figure 6: Selection Of Eis001 For Installation

    RX3i system, their configuration ought not to overlap as far as write operations to the CPU is concerned. The GEIP-provided examples use variable mode on the EIS001 module to identify the terminals, and prevent un-intended overlap through the use of symbolic variables. PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

  • Page 30: Rx3 Icpu Settings

    Chapter 3. Configuration 3.3 RX3i CPU settings EIS001 modules require some amount of background scan time to efficiently transfer point data to and from the RX3i CPU. The minimum 5ms setting needs to be set in the Background Window Timer parameter in the CPU Scan tab of the hardware configuration screen for the CPU.

  • Page 31: Lan Interface Status Bits

    Note: Should there be a failure of the EIS001 during parameterization, these bits may remain in a 1 or 0 state. Figure 8: EIS001 LAN Status Bits (Bits 11 & 13) PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

  • Page 32: Ethernet Configuration

    Chapter 3. Configuration 3.5 Ethernet Configuration Refer to PACSystems RX7i & RX3i TCP/IP Ethernet Communications User Manual, GFK-2224 Chapter 4. There is a section dealing with Ethernet Configuration for rack-based modules. EIS001 is limited to IPv4 addressing and can accept Advanced User Parameters (AUP) file settings for module parameters.

  • Page 33: Iec 104 Server Configuration

    EIS001 than the Clients on the alternate LAN. Nonetheless, all traffic is handled per the Configuration of IEC 104 Server Parameters Using COMMREQ instruction detailed in Chapter 6. PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

  • Page 34: Station Manager Configuration

    Chapter 3. Configuration 3.7 Station Manager Configuration Use the RS-232 Port (Station Manager) tab in PME to set up the Station Manager port on the EIS001 module. Figure 10: Station Manager Configuration Tab (Showing Defaults) Refer to PACSystems TCP/IP Ethernet Communications Station Manager User Manual, GFK-2225 . Details on the EIS001-specific Station Manager commands may be found in Appendix B.

  • Page 35: Chapter 4 System Operation

    Chapter 4 System Operation This chapter provides a System Overview and describes: • Communications • Redundancy • I/O Scans • Alarms • Station Manager 4.1 System Overview 4.1.1 Communications The EIS001 is a self-standing communication processor. During normal operation, it handles asynchronous requests from its IEC 104 Client and exchanges corresponding data with the host RX3i CPU at designated portions of the CPU scan.

  • Page 36: I/o Scans

    Chapter 4. System Operation 4.1.3 I/O Scans The EIS001 module for IEC 104 data exchange does not use a specific I/O Scan Set as defined in the PME processor Settings tab and in the Ethernet tab for the EIS001 Module. STOP Mode In Stop Mode, the IEC 104 Server will respond to General Interrogation requests.

  • Page 37: Chapter 5 Diagnostics

    Chapter 5 Diagnostics This chapter describes: • Status Data • Module LED Indicators • Power-up o Module Restart o Problems During Power-up and Reset o Transitioning from Firmware Update Mode to Normal Operating Mode GFK-2949C July 2017...

  • Page 38: Status Data

    Chapter 5. Diagnostics 5.1 Status Data The EIS001 produces a total 100 words to supply status information to the controlling RX3i CPU. As part of the COMMREQ instruction to parameterize the EIS001 module, a 100-word region can be specified for real time diagnostics on the module. For each bank of 32 status bits, a default beginning reference (the next available %I) for the status bits is automatically assigned by Proficy Machine Edition (PME).

  • Page 39: Power-up

    GE IP installed license. Each firmware upgrade may be obtained from the GE IP support web-site as a uniquely-identified ZIP file. The ZIP file must be downloaded to a computer which can be connected to the host RX3i CPU.

  • Page 40: Module Faults In The Rx3i I/o Fault Tables

    Chapter 5. Diagnostics 5.4 Module Faults in the RX3i I/O Fault Tables Powering up or down, pressing the Ethernet Restart push-button, or connecting/disconnecting the EIS001 from its Ethernet LANs has effects on both the CPU and on the affected LANs. If the EIS001 module fails, the RX3i CPU will record a Loss of Device fault particular to the EIS001 module at the corresponding rack/slot location.

  • Page 41: Typical Fault Messages During Power-up

    The EIS001 module is not entering the main loop, and has registered the module online. * In Demo mode more messages will be present indicating the lack of a license. Refer to Appendix C for more details, or other log messages. PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

  • Page 42: Using Status Data For Troubleshooting

    Chapter 5. Diagnostics 5.4.2 Using Status Data for Troubleshooting There are three main types of status data available to the RX3i application program: 1) FT Output of the COMMREQ Function Block: This output is set if there is a programming error in the COMMREQ Function Block itself, if the rack and slot specified in the COMMREQ SYSID parameter is not configured to contain an Ethernet interface, or if the data block length specified in the Command Block is out of range.

  • Page 43: Chapter 6 Configuration Of Iec 104 Server Parameters Using Commreq

    EIS001 module, and what the user’s options are. The values supplied throughout the chapter are examples and may not relate to the manner in which you wish your IEC 104 Server to be configured. Ladder logic examples can be found on the GE IP Support web-site http://support.ge-ip.com.

  • Page 44: Overview

    Chapter 6. Configuration of IEC 104 Server Parameters Using COMMREQ 6.1 Overview The EIS001 module is set up as an IEC 104 Server using an ST block, which is executed once in a standard ladder logic program. The purpose of the ST block is to configure the EIS001 module with the parameters required for the user’s application.

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    Alternatively, the IEC 104 firmware version can also be checked using Station Manager Command – stat a as shown in Appendix B. The ETM001 firmware version can be found using online command as: Target---> Online Commands --->Show Status…----->Details PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

  • Page 46: Required Configuration Parameters

    Chapter 6. Configuration of IEC 104 Server Parameters Using COMMREQ 6.2 Required Configuration Parameters The ten parameters outlined in sections 6.2.1 and 6.2.2 are required for all RX3i IEC 104 Server configuration files. These parameters set a basic configuration in the IEC 104 Server module that allows connection to an IEC 104 Client station.

  • Page 47: Memory Translation Feature Configuration Parameters

    0 to 32000 Command Translation Table MMENB mComreq_Setup[90] 0 to 32000 Command Translation Table MMENC mComreq_Setup[91] 0 to 32000 Command Translation Table MEPTB mComreq_Setup[92] 0 to 32000 Command Translation Table MEPTC PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

  • Page 48: Configuration Examples For Address Translation

    Chapter 6. Configuration of IEC 104 Server Parameters Using COMMREQ 6.3.3 Configuration Examples for Address Translation Case 1: Configuring Translation Memory Tables with two Different Offset Values and CPO with a Non-Zero Value Figure 15: COMMREQ Parameters & Corresponding Read/Write Permissives (Case 1) Points >...

  • Page 49: Figure 17: Commreq Parameters & Corresponding Read/write Permissives (case 2)

    Translation memory offsets are disabled when both the Read and Command offset values are set to 0. Figure 18: Red/Write Interaction between Controller and IEC104 Client (Case 2) • Points < CPO are Read only • Point >= CPO are Read / Write PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

  • Page 50: Figure 19: Commreq Parameters & Corresponding Read/write Permissives (case 3)

    Chapter 6. Configuration of IEC 104 Server Parameters Using COMMREQ Case 3: Configuring Different Translation Memory Offsets and CPO as a Zero Figure 19: COMMREQ Parameters & Corresponding Read/Write Permissives (Case 3) For CPO = 0, all corresponding Points are configured as Read-Only. •...

  • Page 51: Figure 21: Commreq Parameters & Corresponding Read/write Permissives (case 4)

    Since Command Translation offset is configured to 0 and read translation offset is non-zero, • there is a problem from the client end in synchronizing these two offsets, as shown in the above communication. This type of configuration is not recommended. • PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

  • Page 52: Figure 23: Commreq Parameters & Corresponding Read/write Permissives (case 5)

    Chapter 6. Configuration of IEC 104 Server Parameters Using COMMREQ Case 5: Configuring same Offsets for both Translation Memories and CPO as Non-Zero Value Figure 23: COMMREQ Parameters & Corresponding Read/Write Permissives (Case 5) Change of Data with Redundant point offset may be observed on client, which leads to •...

  • Page 53: Optional Configuration Parameters

    If value configured is less than 10, then the value is internally clamped to 500 ms by the EIS001 firmware. If value configured is greater than 65530, then the value is internally clamped to 65530 ms by the EIS001 firmware. PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

  • Page 54: Parameters For Server Status Space

    Chapter 6. Configuration of IEC 104 Server Parameters Using COMMREQ 6.4.3 Parameters for Server Status Space The Server Status Space is a 100-word data table that contains the current operational status of the Client station-Server connection. Set appropriate values for the constituent parameters as required by the application.

  • Page 55: Iec 104 Polled Object Parameters, And Cpo Setting For Adsus

    The example below shows the MSP ADSU object layout for a configured Length = 8 and CPO = 4: Figure 25: Example of CPO Splitting ADSU into Read-Only and Read/Write Segments PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

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    Chapter 6. Configuration of IEC 104 Server Parameters Using COMMREQ MSP Configuration M_SP ADSU COMMREQ Configuration Parameter Value Description mComreq_Setup[18] m-type Memory Type for SP Objects value Value: 70-%I, 72-%Q, 76-%M, 74-%T, 68-%G, 0-unused mComreq_Setup[19] address Memory Address for ADSU object value Value: 1 to maximum (based on memory type) mComreq_Setup[20]...

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    Memory Address for ADSU object value Value: 1 to maximum (based on memory type) mComreq_Setup[40] Length Number of ADSU Objects mComreq_Setup[41] Refer to Control Point Offset Configuration discussion in Section 6.4.4. PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

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    Chapter 6. Configuration of IEC 104 Server Parameters Using COMMREQ MMENC Configuration M_ME_NC ADSU COMMREQ Configuration Parameter Value Description mComreq_Setup[42] m-type Memory Type for ME_NC Object value Value: 8-%R, 10-%AI, 12-%AQ, 196-%W, 0-unused mComreq_Setup[43] address Memory Address for ADSU object value Value: 1 to maximum (based on memory type) mComreq_Setup[44]...

  • Page 59: Option Parameters

    Bit 4 - 1 : CPU Time is taken for Event Time tagging 0 : EIS001 Module Time is taken for Event Time tagging Bit 5 & Bit 6 – Multiple Client Connection Configuration PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

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    Chapter 6. Configuration of IEC 104 Server Parameters Using COMMREQ Parameter Value Description mComreq_Setup[67] 0 / 1 Bit 1 – When 1 SOE Disabled for M_SP Bit 2 – When 1 SOE Disabled for M_DP Bit 3 – When 1 SOE Disabled for M_ST Bit 4 –...

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    2. Only one Client connection in multiple Client configurations will support RBE (Unsolicited data reporting). I.e. Server module will report RBE to only Client connection with specified Port Number. The Multiple Client configuration is depicted in the following illustration. PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

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    Chapter 6. Configuration of IEC 104 Server Parameters Using COMMREQ The Shift RBE COMMREQ requests that the RBE be shifted from one Client connection to other Client connection associated with specified Port number. This COMMREQ can be triggered via positive edge trigger.

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    Chapter 6. Configuration of IEC 104 Server Parameters Using COMMREQ The snapshot below shows the COMMREQ logic for shifting the RBE port during runtime. PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

  • Page 64: Point Push Interface Definition

    Chapter 6. Configuration of IEC 104 Server Parameters Using COMMREQ 6.5 Point Push Interface Definition Point Push is an IEC 104 Server feature used to manually enter IEC 104 point data, date and time, and/or flags information into the internal database of the EIS001 module. This feature is available in either SOE mode, or NON-SOE Mode.

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    Note: The field ADSU in the above record format can be set to the Type of ADSUs required for point push by using the ADSU number in the appropriate fields. Refer to ADSU Supported in General Interrogation. PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

  • Page 66: Interface Collection Mechanism

    Chapter 6. Configuration of IEC 104 Server Parameters Using COMMREQ 6.5.3 Interface Collection Mechanism Based on the Record Format in section 6.5.2, the following is the process for pushing points into the EIS001: • IF words [000] and [002] are non-zero, a point push is in operation is processing, or has ended in an error.

  • Page 67: Required Commreq Function Block Parameters

    6.7 Program Download After parameters in the ST block have been set up as required by the application, the project can be downloaded to the RX3i controller for verification and operation. PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

  • Page 68: Iec 104 Communications Start-up

    Controller from unauthorized access or control using the security features found in the latest released versions of Proficy Machine Edition 8.5 Sim9 and PACSystems RX3i CPU firmware. GEIP strongly recommends that the IEC 104 Write/control memory NOT be permitted to be directly connected to control devices.

  • Page 69: Status Area

    Appendix A Definition of the Status Area A-1 General Table View Number if times PLC PLC Read Main Task 9901 Write was PLC Write Task Alive Alive 9902 blocked Task Counter Counter Ver_2 Word Ver_1 Word ms of time it Last Number of Time is NOT...

  • Page 70: A-2.1 Status Of Read

    Chapter 6. Configuration of IEC 104 Server Parameters Using COMMREQ A-2 Specific Areas of Status A-2.1 Status of Read The Time to read from PLC and process data is reported in indicator 10, and is in milliseconds. Indicators 43 to 48 indicate the capability of the module to process reading and point push. A-2.2 Status of a Client Connection Connected Clients will be indicated at indices 23, Connection indicators at 24 to 30 are future.

  • Page 71: Appendixb Station Manager Status

    Typically these are for tech support to use, but they can be used to debug a system prior to engaging GE IP support. Below are examples of its usage in the STAT and Tally Commands STAT a The Stat a command is designed to be self-documenting in its output, it represents many of the configuration and operational parameters, settings, or status of the EIS001.

  • Page 72: Figure 28: Node Commands Showing Available Plug-in Communication Modules

    Appendix B. Station Manager Status NODE The Node Command indicates the presence of the Plug-in communication modules. Figure 28: Node Commands Showing Available Plug-in Communication Modules GFK-2949C July 2017...

  • Page 73: Appendixc Log Messages Table

    Appendix C Log Messages Table All EIS001-specific faults are logged under Group 16. Other (ETM001-derived) module faults may also be logged under Group 16. The EIS001 module faults are: Module Word 2 and 3 Word 4 and 5 Word 6 and 7 Word 8 and 9 COMMREQ 16 # 10 10...

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    Appendix C. Log Messages Table GFK-2949C July 2017...

  • Page 75: Appendixd Device Profile

    Appendix D Device Profile This Appendix is a copy of IEC 60870-5-104 Configuration/Interoperability Guide for IC695EIS001. S O F T W A R E D O C U M E N T A T I O N IEC 60870-5-104 Configuration/Interoperability Guide for IC695EIS001 D O C U M E N T V E R S I O N 2 .

  • Page 76: Revision History

    Document Version: Date: September 27, 2010 Reviser: Stephen P. McCoy, Triangle MicroWorks, Inc. • Added Double Transmission Support Document Version: 2.4.a Date: October 17, 2014 Reviser: Daniel J. Bingham, GE Intelligent Platforms. • Modified for GE-IP Support. GFK-2949C July 2017...

  • Page 77: Introduction

    IEC 60870-5-101 A2 = Addendum 2 for IEC 60870-5-101 • IEC 60870-5-5 = Basic Application Functions • IEC 60870-5-4 = Definition and Coding of Application Information Elements • IEC 60870-5-3 = General Structure of Application Data PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

  • Page 78: Interoperability

    Appendix D. Device Profile Extracted from 870-5-104 © IEC:2006, starting on page 93 D-3 Interoperability This companion standard presents sets of parameters and alternatives from which subsets must be selected to implement particular telecontrol systems. Certain parameter values, such as the choice of structured or unstructured fields of the of ASDUs represent mutually exclusive alternatives.

  • Page 79: D-3.3 Physical Layer

    56 000 bit/s 200 bit/s 4 800 bit/s 4 800 bit/s 64 000 bit/s 300 bit/s 9 600 bit/s 9 600 bit/s 600 bit/s 19 200 bit/s 1 200 bit/s 38 400 bit/s PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

  • Page 80: D-3.4 Link Layer

    Appendix D. Device Profile D-3.4 Link layer (network-specific parameter, all options that are used are to be marked ‘X’. Specify the maximum frame length. If a non-standard assignment of class 2 messages is implemented for unbalanced transmission, indicate the Type ID and COT of all messages assigned to class 2.) Frame format FT 1.2, single character 1 and the fixed time out interval are used exclusively in this companion standard.

  • Page 81: D-3.5 Application Layer

    The maximum length of APDU for both directions is 253. It is a fixed system parameter. Maximum length of APDU per system in control direction Maximum length of APDU per system in monitor direction PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

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    Appendix D. Device Profile Selection of standard ASDUs Process information in monitor direction (station-specific parameter, mark each Type ID ‘X’ if it is only used in the standard direction, ‘R’ if only used in the reverse direction, and ‘B’ if used in both directions) <1>...

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    (station-specific parameter, mark with an “X” if it is only used in the standard direction, “R” if only used in the reverse direction, and “B” if used in both directions). <70> := End of initialization M_EI_NA_1 PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

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    Appendix D. Device Profile System information in control direction (station-specific parameter, mark each Type ID ‘X’ if it is only used in the standard direction, ‘R’ if only used in the reverse direction, and ‘B’ if used in both directions) <100>:= Interrogation command C_IC_NA_1...

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    <7> M_BO_NA_1 <8> M_BO_TA_1 X X X <9> M_ME_NA_1 <10> M_ME_TA_1 X X X <11> M_ME_NB_1 <12> M_ME_TB_1 X X X <13> M_ME_NC_1 <14> M_ME_TC_1 <15> M_IT_NA_1 <16> M_IT_TA_1 <17> M_EP_TA_1 PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

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    Appendix D. Device Profile Cause of transmission Type identification <18> M_EP_TB_1 <19> M_EP_TC_1 <20> M_PS_NA_1 X X X <21> M_ME_ND_1 <30> M_SP_TB_1 <31> M_DP_TB_1 <32> M_ST_TB_1 <33> M_BO_TB_1 <34> M_ME_TD_1 <35> M_ME_TE_1 <36> M_ME_TF_1 <37> M_IT_TB_1 <38> M_EP_TD_1 <39> M_EP_TE_1 <40>...

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    X X X X <105> C_RP_NA_1 <106> C_CD_NA_1 X X X X <107> C_TS_TA_1 <110> P_ME_NA_1 <111> P_ME_NB_1 <112> P_ME_NC_1 <113> P_AC_NA_1 <120> F_FR_NA_1 <121> F_SR_NA_1 <122> F_SC_NA_1 <123> F_LS_NA_1 <124> F_AF_NA_1 <125> F_SG_NA_1 PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

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    Appendix D. Device Profile Cause of transmission Type identification <126> F_DR_TA_1* <127> F_SC_NB_1* Blank or X only GFK-2949C July 2017...

  • Page 89: D-3.6 Basic Application Functions

    (if defined for a specific project) Measured value, normalized value M_ME_NA_1, M_ME_TA_1, M_ME_ND_1 and M_ME_TD_1 Measured value, scaled value M_ME_NB_1, M_ME_TB_1 and M_ME_TE_1 Measured value, short floating point number M_ME_NC_1, M_ME_TC_1 and M_ME_TF_1 PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

  • Page 90: July

    Appendix D. Device Profile Station interrogation (station-specific parameter, mark ‘X’ if function is only used in the standard direction, ‘R’ if only used in the reverse direction, and ‘B’ if used in both directions) global group 13 group 7 group 1 group 8 group 14 group 2...

  • Page 91: Gfk-2949c

    Test procedure (station-specific parameter, mark ‘X’ if function is only used in the standard direction, ‘R’ if only used in the reverse direction, and ‘B’ if used in both directions) Test procedure PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

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    Appendix D. Device Profile File transfer (station-specific parameter, mark ‘X’ if function is used) File transfer in monitor direction Transparent file Transmission of disturbance data of protection equipment Transmission of sequences of events Transmission of sequences of recorded analog values File transfer in control direction Transparent file Background scan...

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    Maximum range of values w: 1 to 32767 APDUs, accuracy 1 APDU (Recommendation: w should not exceed two-thirds of k). Portnumber Parameter Value Remarks Portnumber 2404 In all cases Redundant connections Number N of redundancy group connections used Configurable PACSystems RX3i Ethernet 104 Server Module User Manual GFK-2949C...

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    Appendix D. Device Profile RFC 2200 suite RFC 2200 is an official Internet Standard which describes the state of standardization of protocols used in the Internet as determined by the Internet Architecture Board (IAB). It offers a broad spectrum of actual standards used in the Internet.

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    Additional Resources GE Intelligent Platforms For more information, please visit the GE Information Centers Intelligent Platforms web site: Headquarters: www.geautomation.com 1-800-433-2682 or 1-434-978-5100 Global regional phone numbers GFK-2949C are available on our web site www.ge-ip.com ©2014-2017 General Electric Company. All Rights...

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