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CNI4 Operating and Installation Guide
FD-602 | Version 2 | October 2017
Honeywell Process Solutions | Mercury Instruments
512 Virginia Drive, Ft. Washington, PA 19034 USA
855 251-7065 – United States & Canada
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302 669-4253 – Outside the United States
MI-TAC-Support@Honeywell.com | www.honeywellprocess.com

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  • Page 1 CNI4 Operating and Installation Guide FD-602 | Version 2 | October 2017 Honeywell Process Solutions | Mercury Instruments 512 Virginia Drive, Ft. Washington, PA 19034 USA 855 251-7065 – United States & Canada 302 669-4253 – Outside the United States...
  • Page 2 Honeywell Process Solutions.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    7.3 Configuring a Cloud Link 4G Modem using serial connection 28 7.4 Configuring an integrated CNI4 device using serial connection 7.5 Connecting to an integrated CNI4 device over internet 7.6 Adding a CNI4 site in MasterLink mobile application 7.6.1 Configuring items in the MasterLink mobile application 7.7 Uploading Certificates...
  • Page 4 9.1.5 Audit Trial Configuration Items 9.1.6 Alarm Items 9.1.7 Call-in and Call-out 9.1.8 Scaling Factor Item Codes 9.1.9 Modem Item Codes 9.2 CNI4 Index Base 9.3 Connecting to cellular networks 9.3.1 Connecting to AT&T network 9.3.2 Connecting to Verizon network 10 Glossary...
  • Page 5: Introduction

    1 Introduction 1 Introduction The basic CNI4 assembly includes a LTE supported Cloud Link 4G Modem and a dual-channel pulse data logger. It is designed to support most: Commercial & industrial (C&I) applications, Smart/automatic meter reading (AMR) analog applications, as well as 2G/3G modem-based applications.
  • Page 6 (item numbers 097, refer to Scaling related Item Numbers in the Appendix section.) : Quick Reference: Items associated with FixedFactor Volume Table 1-2 Ch1 Item# Ch2 Item# FixedFactor Volume Incremental FixedFactor Volume FixedFactor Value FixedFactor Volume Units FixedFactor Volume Digits Honeywell...
  • Page 7: Specifications

    While using external power, the Pulse Accumulator can use a 2 D-cell Lithium disposable battery pack as a backup. Communications Wireless specifications: LTE: Five band, 700 (Bd13)/700 (Bd17)/850 (Bd5)/ AWS (Bd4)/1900MHz (Bd2) UMTS/HSPA+: Triple band, 850 (BdV)/AWS (BdIV)/1900MHz (BdII) GSM/GPRS/EDGE: Quad band, 850/900/1800/1900MHz Honeywell...
  • Page 8 Data Collection: TDS /PowerSpring R110, Itron MV90 V3.0+ Enclosure 20% glass-filled polycarbonate Weight: 3.7 lbs Wall-mount, meter-mount and pipe-mount Environmental -13 °F to +149 °F (-25 °C to +65 °C) Relative Humidity: 0 to 95% non-condensing Certifications Class 1, Division 2, Group D PTCRB Verizon Honeywell...
  • Page 9: Safety

    3.2 Safety in Hazardous Locations The Mercury Instruments CNI4 is certified by CSA (CUS) for Class I, Div-2, Group D hazardous locations when installed in accordance with CSA (CUS) control drawing 40-6144 in this manual. Operate the CNI4 device only if the instrument is completely intact.
  • Page 10: Security

    Cloud Link 4G Modem. For bluetooth communication with the CNI4, the Cloud Link 4G Modem uses Just Works pairing method. In order to connect a Cloud Link 4G Modem with MasterLink mobile app, you need to perform a bluetooth pairing first.
  • Page 11: Label

    3 Safety 3.4 Label Check the material label and serial number label. NAME CNI4 MODEL NO. XXXXXXXX YYYY/MM This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may...
  • Page 12: Mechanical Assemblies

    The instrument mounting options must be clearly specified at the time of order to ensure that everything a field technician needs is available at the time of installation. A CNI4 device can be mounted using one of the following options:...
  • Page 13: Wall Mounting

    4.2.1 Wall Mounting Where a flat wall surface is available, such as on the side of a building or shed, stainless steel “hangers” can be utilized. Illustrated below is the rear view of a CNI4 with associated mounting dimensions (in inches).
  • Page 14: Meter Mounting

    To mount, remove all four screws (provided with the kit) which attach the base plate to the bracket housing. Replace and tighten the four screws after repositioning the UMB housing. Figure 4-2: CNI4 with Universal Mounting Bracket (UMB) Reference dimensions for the base plate are shown here. All dimensions are in inches.
  • Page 15: Vertical Pipe Mounting

    4 Mechanical Assemblies 4.2.3 Vertical Pipe Mounting Another mounting option available for the CNI4 is the pipe-mount. In this option, the adaptor will accept a 2 inch diameter galvanized pipe, and is secured in place with a pair of Allen-Head Set Screws.
  • Page 16: Call Switch

    4.3 Call switch In the CNI4 device, a CALL  switch (magnetic reed switch) is located inside the left side of the instrument enclosure, behind the material label. This allows the field technician to initiate a call without the need to open the door of the unit.
  • Page 17: Cni4 Device Without The Modem

    4.5 CNI4 device without the modem If you have ordered a CNI4 device without the Cloud Link 4G modem, the device will be shipped with a modem mounting plate installed (see figure below). This enables you to order a Cloud Link 4G modem at a later time, and retrofit it inside the CNI4 device.
  • Page 18: Electrical Assemblies

    5 Electrical Assemblies 5 Electrical Assemblies 5.1 Internal Battery Power Options Shown below is the CNI4 device with the Pulse Accumulator and Cloud Link 4G Modem battery packs installed and wired. Figure 5-1: Lithium Battery Pack Mounting Component Battery pack...
  • Page 19: Battery Replacement

    Replacement of internal battery packs is quick and convenient by pressing left-wards on the large plastic tab and pulling the pack out. Take care to not lose grip of the battery pack while disconnecting the power connector from the Pulse Accumulator board. Honeywell | 15...
  • Page 20: Extending Battery Life

    5 Electrical Assemblies 5.1.2 Extending Battery Life The CNI4 is designed to provide a long service life when operating from batteries. Total battery life is influenced by two factors in the CNI4 — continuous background current and high current draw during cellular calls.
  • Page 21: Connecting The External Pulse Inputs

    One end of the cable has a USB connector and the other end includes a male and female connector. The male (black) connector connects to the Cloud Link 4G Modem, and the female (green) connector connects to the Pulse Accumulator. Honeywell | 17...
  • Page 22: Disconnecting The Serial Interface Cable

    Link 4G modem, and then use the USB-to-serial cable (40-6147-kit) to continue with the configuration process. Attention: After configuration is complete, remember to resore the original serial interface between the Pulse Accumulator and the Cloud Link 4G Modem. Honeywell | 18...
  • Page 23: Installation Drawing

    5 Electrical Assemblies 5.6 Installation Drawing CNI4 device for Class I Division 2 must be connected to other circuits as per the below installation drawing (40-6144). Substitution of components may impair suitability for use in a hazardous location. Honeywell | 19...
  • Page 24: Getting Started With A Cni4 Device

    6 Getting Started with a CNI4 device 6 Getting Started with a CNI4 device Follow the steps below to get started with a new CNI4 device: Step 1: Open the door of the CNI4 and install the SIM Card Step 2: Power-up the CNI4 —...
  • Page 25: Configuration

    Configure the CNI4 device as an integrated device by connecting to it over internet. Configure the CNI4 device as a single site, and using the same site you can connect to the Pulse Accumulator / Cloud Link 4G Modem individually through serial communication.
  • Page 26 For a first time user, click New User and register. Enter the log-in details, browse and select the license key, and then click Register. The user-name you enter while registering must match with the user name used while creating the license key. The Login screen appears. Log in with your credentials. Click Sign In. Honeywell | 22...
  • Page 27 7 Configuration The following screen is displayed. Download a copy of the MasterLink Guide for more information on using Honeywell MasterLink. Honeywell | 23...
  • Page 28: Configuring A Pulse Accumulator Using Serial Connection

    Note: If multiple serial port connectors are detected, then ensure that you select the correct port using the Connector drop-down. Also, ensure that you set the baud rate to match the baud rate of the connected instrument. Honeywell | 24...
  • Page 29 MasterLink, you will see the following warning message asking you to add the site to MasterLink. This warning is not displayed, if the site is already added to MasterLink. 7. Close the warning message. The following screen appears. 8. Edit the Site Name. Click Save to continue. Honeywell | 25...
  • Page 30 (PC) time. Othervise you can skip this step. 10. Navigate to View/Edit > Configure by Group > Site Information and change the Site ID to the value required by MDM software. 11. Navigate to View/Edit > Configure by Group > Modem Call-in Configuration. Honeywell | 26...
  • Page 31 Modem Retry Interval B 1440 minutes Modem Retry A Count 12. Click Disconnect to disconnect MasterLink from the Pulse Accumulator. On successful disconnection from the Pulse Accumulator, a status message is displayed. Close the pop-up to acknowledge the message. Honeywell | 27...
  • Page 32: Configuring A Cloud Link 4g Modem Using Serial Connection

    Note: If multiple serial port connectors are detected, then ensure that you select the correct port using the Connector drop-down. Also, ensure that you set the baud rate to match the baud rate of the connected instrument. Honeywell | 28...
  • Page 33 MasterLink, the following warning message appears asking you to add the site to MasterLink. This warning is not displayed, if the site is already added to MasterLink. 7. Close the warning message. The following screen appears. 8. Edit the Site Name. Click Save to continue. Honeywell | 29...
  • Page 34 Item Description Verizon Non-Verizon 3071 Verizon enable 1 = Enable 0 = Disable 3016 Fetch Radio Parameters 1 = Set 1 = Set 3021 ModemIPType 0 = IPv4 0 = IPv4 3022 Packet Service Connection ATD*99***3# ATD*99# Honeywell | 30...
  • Page 35 Recommended Value 3142 MiWireless Enable 1 = Enable 3028 Cellular session timeout 180 seconds Attention: Restart the Cloud Link 4G modem after changing the 'Cellular session timeout'. 12. Disconnect MasterLink. 13. Power cycle the Cloud Link 4G Modem. Honeywell | 31...
  • Page 36: Configuring An Integrated Cni4 Device Using Serial Connection

    7.4 Configuring an integrated CNI4 device using serial connection Before configuring an integrated CNI4 site in MasterLink, ensure that you are aware of the Site ID  of Pulse Accumulator and RUID of Cloud Link 4G modem, and they must be the same.
  • Page 37 Site ID: The first eight digits of the user assigned, site identification number. The entry is limited to only characters: 0-9, therefore characters “.” and “-” are not valid. Site ID 2: The second set of eight digit, site identification numbers. Honeywell | 33...
  • Page 38 Note: If multiple serial port connectors are detected, then ensure that you select the correct port using the Connector drop-down. Also, ensure that you set the baud rate to match the baud rate of the connected instrument. Honeywell | 34...
  • Page 39 7 Configuration 6. Access the Site menu, and from the Site Management screen, click and select the newly added CNI4 site, and then click on the Serial link. MasterLink starts connecting to the CNI4 device over serial interface. Honeywell | 35...
  • Page 40 If the Female (green) connector is connected to the Pulse Accumulator, MasterLink recognizes the connected CNI4 device as Pulse Accumulator. If the Male (black) connector is connected to Cloud Link 4G Modem, MasterLink recognizes the connected CNI4 device as Cloud Link 4G Modem. Honeywell | 36...
  • Page 41 Item button to write the value against the item in the connected instrument/device. You can also use the Read Item button (enabled only when an item is selected) to read the currently configured value of the item numbers. Honeywell | 37...
  • Page 42: Connecting To An Integrated Cni4 Device Over Internet

    7.5 Connecting to an integrated CNI4 device over internet Attention: Before connecting to an integrated CNI4 device over internet, ensure that the Cloud Link 4G Modem is in MiWireless mode and is externally powered. Also ensure that the modem is connected to the cellular network and the modem is assigned a static IP.
  • Page 43 7 Configuration 2. Configure the CNI4's site properties. Site Name: The name of the connected site. Site Location: The location where the instrument is installed. Site ID: The first eight digits of the user assigned, site identification number. The entry is limited to only characters: 0-9, therefore characters “.” and “-” are not valid.
  • Page 44 7 Configuration 3. Select the CNI4 site. The following screen appears. 4. Click on Internet. MasterLink starts connecting to the CNI4 device over the air using TCP/IP. Honeywell | 40...
  • Page 45 7 Configuration After the CNI4 device is connected, the device dashboard appears.: Note: Before making any changes to the connected instrument, ensure that you wait till the dashboard data is completely loaded. 5. In the View/Edit menu, use the 'Configure by Group' tab to modify the Item Numbers. Select the check-box next to an Item number, enter a value in the text box provided and then click on Write Item button to send the value to the connect site.
  • Page 46: Adding A Cni4 Site In Masterlink Mobile Application

    If the RUID is not specified at the time of shipment, then the CNI4 device is shipped with an RUID that is the last six digits of the serial number located on the front label of the Cloud Link 4G Modem.
  • Page 47 7 Configuration 5. After the CNI4 site is added, 6. The site dashboard appears and tap OK. displays the instrument data. Note: Before making any changes to the connected instrument, ensure that you wait till the dashboard data is completely loaded.
  • Page 48: Configuring Items In The Masterlink Mobile Application

    7 Configuration 7.6.1 Configuring items in the MasterLink mobile application To modify the item numbers in MasterLink mobile application: 1. Tap Config > Config by Item / Config by 2. Configure item parameters Group 3. Select Write Item Honeywell | 44...
  • Page 49: Uploading Certificates

    3. Click Update to send the certificate to the instrument. 4. Finally click Enable Security. Note: It is mandatory to load security certificates to Cloud Link using serial interface. You can renew certificates using any of the supported interfaces. Honeywell | 45...
  • Page 50 Steps to prepare Cloud Link 4G Modem to use certificates: Attention: Honeywell recommends users to use certificates provided by a valid Certificate Authority for this purpose. It is also recommend to use different certificates for different Cloud Link 4G Modems deployed in the field.
  • Page 51: Firmware Upgrade

    7.8.1 Firmware Upgrade using MasterLink When you are connected to the CNI4 device, you will see two tabs enabled in the 'Update' screen. Use the Modem tab to upgrade the modem firmware. Click Browse to select the firmware file. The Start Upgrade button will be enabled.
  • Page 52: Firmware Upgrade Over Bluetooth

    7.8.2 Firmware Upgrade over bluetooth To perform an OTA updrade of Cloud Link 4G Modem firmware: 1. Tap Firmware 2. Select Firmware and tap Download 3. Firmware Validation 4. Send firmware to device 5. Validation 6. Device restarts Honeywell | 48...
  • Page 53 7 Configuration 7. Installation in progress 8. Firmware update completed Honeywell | 49...
  • Page 54: Troubleshooting

    8 Troubleshooting 8 Troubleshooting Connect the CNI4 device to MasterLink, and download diagnostic logs to troubleshoot the following issues: Error Error Description Troubleshooting Recommendations Codes Firmware upgrade image is not Firmware binary may be corrupted. Check for the right valid...
  • Page 55 In case of multiple occurrences, perform a reset. If problem still persists, replace the hardware. BLE out of bonds Write Item# 3082 = 1 to unpair bonds SRAM configuration checksum In case of multiple occurrences, perform a reset. If problem mismatch still persists, replace the hardware. Honeywell | 51...
  • Page 56: Appendix

    9 Appendix 9.1 Item Code Types There are two basic item code types used in the CNI4 — Direct-read and Configuration. Direct-read items are mainly used to store information or to accumulate readings. Except during the initial installation, these items are normally just read periodically to obtain the accumulated information. However, if needed, these values may be changed by directly typing in new information from the keyboard.
  • Page 57 (re-zeroed) at the beginning of every Log Interval (Hourly or Daily) as defined by item 202. If the CNI4 is accessed via a serial connection, this item will display the current value for that point in time.
  • Page 58 100000.0 Items associated with Accumulated Volumes: Description Ch1 Item# Ch2 Item# Input Pulse Value Input Pulse Scaling (this feature is normally not needed) 114 Accumulated Volume Incremental Accumulated Volume Accumulated Volume Units Accumulated Volume # of Digits Honeywell | 54...
  • Page 59: Site Information Items

    When this item is set to “0”, (which is the recommended 0 – Send Time-out Errors setting for most applications) all instrument error codes (Default) are transmitted. When set to “1”, the CNI4 will not send 1 – Do not send Time-out Time-out errors during serial communications. The Errors selection of “1”...
  • Page 60: Battery Items

    “EOT” (Ctrl-D) during instrument Sign-on. If the “ENQ” is not received in the specified time, an error “21” (Time- out error) is transmitted from the CNI4. This item is usually set to 7-seconds but when a Cloud Link 4G Modem is installed, the value must be set to at least 20-seconds.
  • Page 61: Audit Trial Configuration Items

    229 - 234). The value “255” at any of these Report Items will cause that position to be ‘blank’. Audit Trail Data Item 2 of 10 Default: 226 (Ch1 Inc. Accumulated Volume) Audit Trail Data Item 3 of 10 Default: 910 (Ch2Accumulated Volume) Honeywell | 57...
  • Page 62: Alarm Items

    Control Alarm Channel output, i.e., terminals A+ & A- at TB1. The traditional function is to output a 50 mSec Form-A alarm pulse, Select: used for remote notification. The alternative function is to 0 - Alarm Pulse Honeywell | 58...
  • Page 63: Call-in And Call-out

    Caution: The CNI4 can receive Call-outs by configuring the Cloud Link 4G Modem to function in MiWireless mode, and in this scenario the Cloud Link 4G Modem must be connected to external power source.
  • Page 64 Call-out Keep Alive Time User selectable parameter to set the amount of time (in minutes) that power is be applied to an Default = 0 external modem, starting at the time-of-day set Honeywell | 60...
  • Page 65 Modem Retry Interval B The amount of time (in minutes) to wait before attempting a retry, following the last failed primary Default = 1440 (i.e., 24 hours) retry call. Often referred to as the secondary retry interval. Honeywell | 61...
  • Page 66: Scaling Factor Item Codes

    Resets the "available % battery life" (3011) calculation and updates Battery type (3007) 3006 Modem Advance Advance Low Battery Indication (in days): Min = 7Days Max = Low Battery Maximum allowed is 180 days and Min allowed is 180 Days Indication Honeywell | 62...
  • Page 67 Password Authentication protocol or 0 - None, 1 - PAP, 2 Challenge/Handshake Authentication Protocol. - CHAP. Additional security settings for the cellular connection. 3025 PAP / CHAP User 29 character string 3026 PAP / CHAP Pass 29 character string Word Honeywell | 63...
  • Page 68 If enabled, Cloud Link will accept only connections 0 - Disable, 1 - (White) List Enable (Call Out) from the IP addresses configured in Enable. items 3045-3054. 3045- Server Mode Friends Server White list IP addresses 1 - 10 String 3054 (White) List(10 IP Honeywell | 64...
  • Page 69 10 mSec Max = Packet sending the data to PowerSpring. 10000 mSec 3075 RS-485 enable Defines the RS-232 or RS-485 operation of the 0 - Disable, 1 - serial port. This setting has to match the Hardware Enable. Switch. Honeywell | 65...
  • Page 70 This passkey can be found on the EC350 in Level 2, "BT PAIRING" menu. CNI4. The passkey must be entered within 40 seconds. The passkey is valid for 40 seconds after which it expires.
  • Page 71 EVC. To use this functionality, you need to enable and configure this feature (Item 3136). If you want to start from a specific value, to Honeywell | 67...
  • Page 72 Strength on 4G networks. Excellent : -70dBm ð - Value (in dBm) 90dBm Good : - 90dBm ð -105dBm Fair : -105dBm ð -120dBm Poor : -120dBm ð -150dBm 3133 Last call Cellular TAC - TowerArea Code Set of Cell Towers String Honeywell | 68...
  • Page 73 0 - Disable, 1 - MiWireless. In MiWireless mode, the modem will Enable. directly connect to the cellular network when the power is applied. In EC350 or integrated mode, once the power is applied to the modem, it will Honeywell | 69...
  • Page 74 If it fails the modem will go to sleep. 3148 Cloud Link 4G Defined by factory. String Modem model number 3149 PWA serial number PWA serial number String 3150 PWA revision PWA revision number String number Honeywell | 70...
  • Page 75: Cni4 Index Base

    The illustration below shows the CNI4 with the rotary magnet and magnetic sensor switches. For the sake of clarity, this illustration does not show the routing of wires from the sensor switches.
  • Page 76 CCW rotation. See the gear detail drawing below. After the gears are securely set, check for good gear engagement that is neither too loose (causing gear skipping) or too tight (causing gear binding). Then reinstall the odometer. Figure 9-5: Rotation Gears within the Index Base Honeywell | 72...
  • Page 77 Note that it is also possible to change the number of digits visible on the mechanical odometer using the horizontal sliding “windows”. Up to three digits from the right side and/or up to three digits from the left side can be masked-off. Honeywell | 73...
  • Page 78: Connecting To Cellular Networks

    APN Associated to Sim card. 4. Ask AT&T to verify the MEID  with which the Cloud Link device is registered on the network. You can find the Cloud Link MEID on the Honeywell label. 9.3.2 Connecting to Verizon network Verizon Wireless uses 3 main types of IP addresses: 1.
  • Page 79 IP Address of the Sim card. APN Associated to Sim card. 4. Ask Verizon to verify the MEID  with which the Cloud Link device is registered on the network. You can find the Cloud Link MEID on the Honeywell label. Honeywell | 75...
  • Page 80: Glossary

    FixedFactor Value disturbing existing network topology. In The FixedFactor scaling is normally used this deployement special SIM cards are to adjust the accumulated volume for a Honeywell | 76...
  • Page 81 MEID is a form of ESN A 'Site' refers to a connected field (Electronic Serial Number). instrument/device. Metrological items A “Metrological” item is any item that SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is the affects the accuracy of the pulse-count standard security technology for Honeywell | 77...
  • Page 82 The film of oxidation occurs often in areas with high humidity. Providing a sufficient amount of wetting current is a crucial step in designing systems that use delicate switches with Honeywell | 78...

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