Dip Switch Configuration; Jumper Setting; Pc Interface Software - Emerson Copeland CoreSense 571-0065-05 Bulletin

Communications for 20 to 40 ton copeland scroll air conditioning compressors
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3. CoreSense History Status Messages
4. Configuration Messages
5. Command Messages
6. Firmware Update Messages
CoreSense status, configuration, history, and device
information messages available to the master include
those listed in Table 4.
The history status messages give the order in which the
Warning/Alert has happened, with the total compressor
run time. Information about the Warning/Alert
occurrence during the last 7 days and the cumulative
Warning/Alert counter are also available.
For more information on CoreSense
features and to request Modbus maps please contact
your Application Engineer.

DIP Switch Configuration

DIP switch selection for the Modbus address, baud rate,
parity, and other operating conditions simplify service
and start-up procedures. Table 5 lists the purpose of
each switch.
The module must be reset after changing any of
the DIP switch settings for changes to take effect.
CoreSense Communications modules are shipped from
the factory with the DIP switches set to default settings
for standalone operation. Default settings are shown
in Table 5. Switch 1 is turned "on" as part of a quality
control check to verify communications capability of the
module before it leaves the compressor manufacturing
plant. Switch 9 is also turned "on" for TE* motor code. All
other DIP switch default settings are in the "off" position.
If DIP switch settings are inadvertently changed,
the compressor will operate, but could have some
loss of protection. Scroll temperature protection
and short cycle protection could be disabled.
The following steps cover the DIP switch settings
throughout the commissioning process for a multiple
compressor system with communications.
1. Switches 1 through 5 are used for setting
the device address. DIP switch 1 is the least
significant bit (LSB) and switch 5 is the most
significant bit (MSB). DIP switch addresses
0 through 31 are shown in Figure 4. Each
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CoreSense Communications module that is daisy
chained and connected to a master controller
must have a unique node address (as determined
by the DIP switch settings).
2. Switch 6 defines the communication baud rate for
the CoreSense Communications module. If the
switch is "off", the baud rate is 19200. If the switch
is "on" the baud rate is 9600. The baud rate of
each CoreSense Communications module should
be set to match the master controller baud rate.
3. Switch 7 defines the communications parity.
The default parity setting for the CoreSense
Communications module is no parity. If the switch
is set to "on" the module will communicate using
even parity. The parity setting must match the
parity setting of the master controller.
4. Switch 8 defines the control mode. The
default setting is standalone mode (off). If
communications with a master controller is
desired, switch 8 should be turned "on" to
5. Switch 9 defines the thermistor configuration. If
the compressor has a voltage code of TE*, the
compressor has PTC and NTC thermistors for
motor and scroll temperature protection. If the
compressor voltage code is TW*, the compressor
has only PTC thermistors for motor and scroll
temperature protection. The default setting is "on"
for PTC and NTC thermistor types.
6. Switch 10 enables short cycling protection if
turned "on". The default setting is "off".

Jumper Setting

CoreSense Communications modules are shipped
with the jumper installed. For standalone operation
the jumper should remain installed. For daisy chained
applications the jumper should remain installed for
the modules on the ends of the daisy chain. All other
jumpers in the sequence of daisy chained modules
should be removed. The jumper can be removed using
miniature electronics needle nose pliers

PC Interface Software

PC interface software is available from Emerson Climate
Technologies, Inc. The PC interface software allows
the design engineer access to status, configuration,
history, and data logging via a computer. This method of
connecting and communicating with CoreSense is very
helpful during the unit development stage if CoreSense
is in stand-alone mode and not communicating with a
master controller.
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