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Siemens WiPS-200 Series Installation Manual

Wips-200 series wireless process solution frequency hopping spread spectrum radio two-way (multipoint-to-point) for monitoring and control with expandable i/o options

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Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum Radio
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INSTALLATION GUIDE

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WiPS-200 Series
Wireless Process Solution
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IGWiPS200-1
Rev 3
May 2007

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  • Page 1: Installation Guide

    INSTALLATION GUIDE IGWiPS200-1 Rev 3 May 2007 WiPS-200 Series Wireless Process Solution Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum Radio Two-Way (Multipoint-to-Point) for Monitoring and Control With Expandable I/O Options...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    IGWiPS200-1 TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION TITLE PAGE PREFACE ..............................2 CONVENTIONS AND SYMBOLS ..........................2 QUALIFIED PERSONS..............................2 SCOPE ..................................3 INTRODUCTION............................4 PRODUCT SUPPORT ...............................6 INSTALLATION............................7 FCC RULES AND COMPLIANCE..........................8 CSA HAZARDOUS LOCATION PRECAUTIONS ......................9 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS ........................9 ANTENNA CONNECTORS AND SURGE VOLTAGE PROTECTION ..............10 CURRENT (AMPERAGE) BUDGET CALCULATION ....................10 USER SUPPLIED MATERIALS ..........................11 I/O MODULE CONFIGURATION SWITCH SELECTIONS ..................11...
  • Page 4: Preface

    A copy of this manual is supplied with the equipment. The current version of the manual, in Portable Document Format (PDF), can be downloaded from the Siemens Internet site; see Product Support in this manual. For the purpose of this manual and product labels, a qualified person is one who is familiar with the installation, assembly, commissioning, and operation of the product, and who has the appropriate qualifications for said activities such as: •...
  • Page 5: Scope

    The contents of this manual shall not become part of or modify any prior or existing agreement, commitment or relationship. The sales contract contains the entire obligation of Siemens. The warranty contained in the contract between the parties is the sole warranty of Siemens. Any statements continued herein do not create new warranties or modify the existing warranty.
  • Page 6: Introduction

    Yagi directional models. These antennas can be paired with low loss antenna cable to further improve transmitted signal strength allowing communication over longer distances. Siemens Logo power supplies are available to power transceivers and I/O Expansion modules. Other accessories include surge voltage protection adapters and cable connector adapters.
  • Page 7 An easy to use wireless network Configurator is available at the Siemens Internet site to help you select remote transceivers and I/O expansion modules. A master transceiver and one remote transceiver are the configuration starting point.
  • Page 8: Product Support

    • A copy of the product Service Instruction, User’s Manual or other technical publication should be at hand. The Siemens public Internet site (see the table below) has current revisions of technical publications, in Portable Document Format, for downloading. •...
  • Page 9: Installation

    IGWiPS200-1 INSTALLATION This section provides installation procedures for a WiPS 200 Series wireless network. A wireless network contains a master transceiver and up to eight remote (i.e. slave) transceivers. I/O Expansion modules provide the network with additional analog, digital, and pulse I/O capacity. Transceivers and I/O modules are mounted on user-supplied DIN rail by the installer.
  • Page 10: Fcc Rules And Compliance

    IGWiPS200-1 DANGER Electrical shock hazard Explosion hazard Will cause death or injury. • Remove power from all wires and terminals before working on equipment. • In a potentially hazardous atmosphere, remove power from equipment before connecting or disconnecting power, signal, or other circuit. •...
  • Page 11: Csa Hazardous Location Precautions

    IGWiPS200-1 Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Siemens will void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. This product is intended for fixed installation applications. In order to comply with FCC/ISC adopted RF exposure requirements, installation of this transmitter system’s antenna must be performed in a manner that will provide at least a six foot (2m) clearance from the front radiating aperture to any user or member of the public.
  • Page 12: Antenna Connectors And Surge Voltage Protection

    IGWiPS200-1 ANTENNA CONNECTORS AND SURGE VOLTAGE PROTECTION Each transceiver has an MCX female antenna connector. The base 3-1/2", 1/4-wave whip antenna has an MCX male connector. Optional higher gain antennas and low-loss coaxial cables have type-N connectors. MCX to type-N adapters and other connector adapters are available.
  • Page 13: User Supplied Materials

    IGWiPS200-1 Control Room At the control room, there is one master transceiver and complementing I/O: one analog output module, and one digital output module. The total current requirement is 287 mA [75 mA +100 mA + 32 mA + (4 x 20 mA)]. Table 2 WiPS Module Bus Current Requirements Module Bus Current Requirement...
  • Page 14: Analog Output And Digital Output Fault Response Selections

    IGWiPS200-1 A. Analog Output and Digital Output Fault Response Selections Three I/O modules (4-Channel Analog Output Module, 8-Channel Digital Output Module, and Combination Input/Output Module) contain DIP switches that may be set by the user to determine the module’s response to the connected transceiver’s loss of an RF Link or to the loss of an input signal.
  • Page 15: Setting Module Switches

    IGWiPS200-1 Pulse Output Module (See Figure 18 on page 26) There are two DIP switches for each channel: switches 1 and 2 for channel 1, switches 3 and 4 for channel 2. Switches 1 (CH1) and 3 (CH2) – Counter or Frequency Mode; Default setting is Counter When Counter mode is selected, the module will output a specific number of pulses as determined by the PLC value written to it by the Pulse Input Module.
  • Page 16: Mounting The Din Rail

    IGWiPS200-1 MOUNTING THE DIN RAIL At each installation site, mount the DIN rail and DIN rail mount modules (e.g. transceiver, I/O modules, power supply) in a NEMA enclosure appropriate for the environment and hazardous area classification. Refer to Figure 3 for transceiver and I/O module dimensions.
  • Page 17: Figure 4 Module Features

    IGWiPS200-1 Each module has a moveable, spring-loaded mounting lip to assist in mounting a module, sliding a module along the DIN rail, and removing a module from the DIN rail. This lip has a slotted tab so the blade of a small screwdriver can be inserted and the lip levered away from the rail.
  • Page 18: Mounting The 1/4-Wave Whip Antenna

    IGWiPS200-1 MOUNTING THE 1/4-WAVE WHIP ANTENNA Mount the 3-1/6" (80.4 mm) high, omnidirectional whip antenna , shown at right, within 5' (1.5m) of the transceiver to allow the supplied 6' (2m) cable to easily reach between the antenna and transceiver. A mounting bracket and three screws are supplied.
  • Page 19: Figure 5 Removing A Connector Block

    IGWiPS200-1 Electrical Connections – Power and I/O connections are completed through screw actuated compression terminals. Connector blocks can be removed from a module for wiring, as shown in the two figures below. Insert a small straight-slot screwdriver between a connector block and the faceplate and use a gentle prying motion to separate the connector block from the module.
  • Page 20: Transceiver Wiring Examples

    IGWiPS200-1 Transceiver Wiring Examples Five transceiver wiring examples are provided below. Figures 6, 7, and 8 show typical transceiver wiring for 2-wire, 3-wire, and 4-wire current loops. Figures 9 and 10 show two variations on the wiring for a loop powered external analog device.
  • Page 21: Figure 7 Transceiver Wiring, 4-20 Ma Current Loop With 3-Wire Device

    IGWiPS200-1 Figure 7 Transceiver Wiring, 4-20 mA Current Loop with 3-Wire Device May 2007...
  • Page 22: Figure 8 Transceiver Wiring, 4-20 Ma Current Loop With 4-Wire Device

    IGWiPS200-1 Figure 8 Transceiver Wiring, 4-20 mA Current Loop with 4-Wire Device May 2007...
  • Page 23: Figure 9 Analog Output Wiring For A Loop Powered Device, Separate Power Supply

    IGWiPS200-1 Figure 9 Transceiver Wiring, Analog and Digital Outputs Figure 10 Transceiver Wiring, Analog Output Wiring for a Loop Powered Device May 2007...
  • Page 24: Transceiver Rf Link And Output State Wiring Options

    IGWiPS200-1 Transceiver RF Link and Output State Wiring Options This section describes the transceiver RF link status relay and the analog output and digital output wiring options. A block diagram of the transceiver is shown in Figure 11. Figure 11 Transceiver Block Diagram Transceiver RF Link The RF Link relay has Form A, Normally Open (NO) contacts that close when the transceiver establishes an RF link with another transceiver.
  • Page 25: Figure 12 4-Channel Analog Input Module Wiring

    IGWiPS200-1 Green Faceplate Figure 12 4-Channel Analog Input Module Wiring Yellow Faceplate Figure 13 4-Channel Analog Output Module Wiring May 2007...
  • Page 26: Figure 14 8-Channel Digital Input Module Wiring

    IGWiPS200-1 Blue Faceplate Figure 14 8-Channel Digital Input Module Wiring Pink Faceplate Figure 15 8-Channel Digital Output Module Wiring May 2007...
  • Page 27: Figure 16 Combination Input And Output Module Wiring

    IGWiPS200-1 Multiple Colors Faceplate Figure 16 Combination Input and Output Module Wiring (One Analog Input, One Analog Output, Two Digital Inputs, and Two Digital Outputs) May 2007...
  • Page 28: Figure 17 2-Channel Pulse Input Module Wiring

    IGWiPS200-1 Orange Faceplate Figure 17 2-Channel Pulse Input Module Wiring Orange Faceplate Figure 18 2-Channel Pulse Output Module Wiring May 2007...
  • Page 29: Assigning And Setting I/O Module Addresses

    IGWiPS200-1 ASSIGNING AND SETTING I/O MODULE ADDRESSES Module addresses are 1 through 8, as shown on the module faceplates in Figure 19. The top row in the figure shows three I/O modules at a location (for example, at a remote location). The lower row shows the complementary I/O modules at another location (for example, at the control room);...
  • Page 30: Hazard Label

    IGWiPS200-1 HAZARD LABEL A label, similar to that shown here, is included in a WiPS shipment. The installer or user should post this label in an appropriate, highly visible location near the WiPS modules. Possible label mounting locations include: on the outside of an enclosure housing WiPS modules or inside that enclosure adjacent to the modules.
  • Page 31: Post Installation Signal Strength And Led Indications

    LED indications that will help to assess whether the wireless network is operating properly. There are no user serviceable parts within a transmitter or receiver. Should service be needed, see the Product Support section to contact Siemens. TRANSCEIVER RSSI RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indicator) is measured using a DC voltmeter between the provided test point and power supply ground.
  • Page 32: Transceiver And I/O Expansion Module Status Led Indications

    IGWiPS200-1 RSSI vs DC Voltage -115 -110 -100 -105 Signal Strength (-dBm) Figure 21 Received Signal Strength Graph TRANSCEIVER AND I/O EXPANSION MODULE STATUS LED INDICATIONS Power LED Indicates the presence of power to the module. It is ON when power is present and OFF when there is no power.
  • Page 33: Pulse Output Module Diagnostic Led's

    IGWiPS200-1 PULSE OUTPUT MODULE DIAGNOSTIC LED’S There are 3 diagnostic LED’s on the pulse output module: Status LED: On solid when I/O is functional and flashing if there is a conflict with another module. Pulse Input 1 and 2 LEDs: These lights will flicker at a varying frequency depending on the frequency of pulses being generated: Frequency Range (Hz) LED Flashing Frequency (Hz)
  • Page 34 IGWiPS200-1 Digital Input Module Channels ...............8 Digital Input Voltage Range.........5 to 30 Vac/Vdc, reverse polarity protected Input Impedance ...........20k Ohms Input Frequency............DC to 2 Hz Channel Isolation..........Optical Over-Voltage Rating..........100 Vac/Vdc maximum Power Input ............12-30 Vdc Current Consumption ...........30 mA maximum Operating Temperature Range......-40°C to 70°C (-40°F to 158°F) Faceplate Label Color...........Blue Digital (Relay) Output Module...
  • Page 35 IGWiPS200-1 Combination Input/Output Module Channels ...............1 analog input 1 analog output 2 digital inputs 2 digital outputs Channel Isolation..........All (except for the analog input channel) Reverse Polarity Protection ........Yes Analog Channel Range.............4-20 mA Input Impedance ..........<170 Ohms Repeatability..........0.2% of full scale Resolution............16-bit Compatibility..........2-wire, 3-wire, 4-wire devices Over-Voltage Rating ........42 Vdc maximum...
  • Page 36: Warranty

    Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc. assumes no liability for errors or omissions in this document or for the application and use of information in this document. The information herein is subject to change without notice.

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