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Grid Solutions

8 Series
Protective Relay Platform
850 - 845 - 869 - 889

Communications Guide
8 Series version: 1.6x
GE publication code: 1601-0702-A2 (GEK-130907A)

*1601-0702-A2*

2016 GE Multilin Inc. Incorporated. All rights reserved.


GE Multilin Inc. 8 Series Protective Relay Platform Communications Guide for revision 1.6x.
8 Series Protective Relay Platform, EnerVista, EnerVista Launchpad, and EnerVista 8 Series
Setup are registered trademarks of GE Multilin Inc.
The contents of this manual are the property of GE Multilin Inc. This documentation is
furnished on license and may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the permission
of GE Multilin Inc. The content of this manual is for informational use only and is subject to
change without notice.
Part number: 1601-0702-A2 (April 2016)

Table of Contents
1.INTRODUCTION

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Communications .............................................................................................................................. 1 - 1
For Further Assistance ............................................................................................................................1 - 2

2.COMMUNICATION PORTS

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RS485 Port........................................................................................................................................... 2 - 1
RS485 ..............................................................................................................................................................2 - 1

WiFi ......................................................................................................................................................... 2 - 2
WiFi Quick Start Procedure...................................................................................................................2 - 4

USB.......................................................................................................................................................... 2 - 5
Using the Quick Connect Feature via the USB Port...................................................................2 - 5

Ethernet Ports .................................................................................................................................... 2 - 6


Network Settings Menu ..........................................................................................................................2 - 6
Routing ...........................................................................................................................................................2 - 8

3.TIME PROTOCOLS

3-1
Real-time Clock ................................................................................................................................. 3 - 1
IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) .........................................................................................3 - 1
PTP Status......................................................................................................................................................3 - 1
PTP Configuration ......................................................................................................................................3 - 3

Clock ................................................................................................................................................................3 - 4
IRIG-B...............................................................................................................................................................3 - 5

4.DNP PROTOCOL

4-1
DNP communication ...................................................................................................................... 4 - 3
DNP device profile ........................................................................................................................... 4 - 7
DNP implementation ....................................................................................................................4 - 10

5.DNP / IEC104 POINT LISTS

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6.IEC 60870-5-104

6-1
Interoperability.................................................................................................................................. 6 - 2

7.IEC 60870-5-103

7-1
Cause of Transmission .................................................................................................................. 7 - 1
Communications Menus............................................................................................................... 7 - 2
Interoperability.................................................................................................................................. 7 - 4
Physical layer..............................................................................................................................................7 - 4
Electrical interface.....................................................................................................................................7 - 4
Optical interface.........................................................................................................................................7 - 4
Transmission speed..................................................................................................................................7 - 4

Link layer .......................................................................................................................................................7 - 4


Application layer........................................................................................................................................7 - 5
Transmission mode for application data........................................................................................7 - 5
Common address of ASDU....................................................................................................................7 - 5
Selection of standard information numbers in monitor direction......................................7 - 5
Selection of standard information numbers in control direction........................................7 - 7

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Basic application functions.................................................................................................................. 7 - 8


Miscellaneous ............................................................................................................................................. 7 - 8

8.IEC 61850

8-1
General ..................................................................................................................................................8 - 1
Functionality .......................................................................................................................................8 - 4
The IEC 61850 Configurator.........................................................................................................8 - 5
Online and Offline Setup........................................................................................................................ 8 - 5
IEC 61850 Configurator Details .......................................................................................................... 8 - 7
ICD/CID........................................................................................................................................................... 8 - 7
Settings.......................................................................................................................................................... 8 - 9
Reports.........................................................................................................................................................8 - 12
Goose Transmission ..............................................................................................................................8 - 17
Goose Reception .....................................................................................................................................8 - 22

9.FILE TRANSFER PROTOCOLS

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10.MODBUS PROTOCOL

10 - 1
Modbus Protocol ............................................................................................................................ 10 - 2
Administrator Login and Commands via Modbus for 8 Series Relays ..........................10 - 7

11.MODBUS MEMORY MAP

11 - 1

Reading the Event Recorder..................................................................................................... 11 - 1


Reading Transient Recorder ..................................................................................................... 11 - 1
Reading Fault Reports ................................................................................................................. 11 - 2
Accessing Data via the User Map .......................................................................................... 11 - 2
Memory Map Organization....................................................................................................... 11 - 3
Using the Memory Map .............................................................................................................. 11 - 3
Reading CO Outputs ..............................................................................................................................11 - 3
Interpreting Element Status for Breaker Contacts..................................................................11 - 4
Reading Phase Current Values .........................................................................................................11 - 6

MODBUS memory map .............................................................................................................. 11 - 7


Format Codes .............................................................................................................................11 - 226
Modbus Commands ................................................................................................................11 - 409

A.845 RADIUS SERVER AND CERTIFICATES

A-1

Simple RADIUS Server and Certificate Management.......................................................A - 1


Setting Up a Simple RADIUS Server..........................................................................................A - 2
Radius Server Certificate Management ......................................................................................... A - 2
Create a Private Key for the Server.................................................................................................. A - 2
Create a Certificate Request for the Server.................................................................................. A - 2
Create a Signed Certificate for the Server..................................................................................... A - 3

Radius Server Configuration................................................................................................................ A - 4


Radius Client Configuration (8 Series Unit).................................................................................... A - 6

B.WARRANTY AND REVISION HISTORY

B-1

Warranty ..............................................................................................................................................B - 1
Revision history .................................................................................................................................B - 1
Major Updates............................................................................................................................................ B - 1

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Chapter 1: Introduction

Introduction

The Multilin 8 Series relay protective relay platform includes four different relays, the 850,
845, 869, and 889. Information in this manual applies to all 8 Series relays unless otherwise
indicated.
The Multilin 850 relay is a microprocessor-based unit intended for the management and
primary protection of distribution feeders, as well as for the management and backup
protection of buses, transformers, and transmission lines. The 850 relay is particularly
suited to overhead feeders, where automatic reclosing is normally applied.
The Multilin 869 relay is a microprocessor-based unit intended for the management and
primary protection of medium and large sized motors. Base relay models provide thermal
overload and overcurrent protection plus a number of current and voltage based backup
functions.
The Multilin 845relay is a microprocessor-based unit intended for the management and
primary protection of the medium to large size medium voltage (MV) and high voltage (HV)
power transformers. Both 2-winding and 3-winding transformers are supported. The 845
relay provides a number of primary and backup current and voltage based protection
functions. This system allows for control of the circuit breakers at each winding plus a
number of monitoring and control functions are also provided.
The Multilin 889 relay is a microprocessor-based unit intended for the primary protection
of small, medium and large sized generators. Base relay models provide standard
generator protection functions plus a number of current and voltage based backup
functions.

Communications
The 8 Series relays have a two-stage communications capability. The base CPU supports
Modbus protocol through the Ethernet, USB, serial and WiFi port. In addition, the base CPU
also supports IEC 103, DNP serial, and TFTP protocol. Once the communications module
option is added to the base, the base Ethernet port becomes disabled but the two Ethernet
ports on the communications module have enhanced communications capabilities such
as IEC61850, IEC62439 parallel redundancy protocol and IEEE 1588 Precision Time
Protocol. The communications CPU also supports Modbus TCP, IEC 104, DNP TCP, TFTP,
SFTP, and SNTP protocol.

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For Further Assistance


For product support, contact the information and call center as follows:
GE Grid Solutions
650 Markland Street
Markham, Ontario
Canada L6C 0M1
Worldwide telephone: +1 905 927 7070
Europe/Middle East/Africa telephone: +34 94 485 88 54
North America toll-free: 1 800 547 8629
Fax: +1 905 927 5098
Worldwide e-mail: multilin.tech@ge.com
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Website: http://www.gegridsolutions.com/multilin/

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Chapter 2: Communication Ports

Communication Ports

8 Series protective relays have four communications ports: RS485, WiFi, USB, and Ethernet.

RS485 Port
SERIAL
RS485 port: ............................................................Isolated
Baud rates:.............................................................Supports 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, and 115200 kbps
Response time:.....................................................10 ms typical
Parity: .......................................................................None, Odd, Even
Protocol: ..................................................................Modbus RTU, DNP 3.0, IEC 60870-5-103
Maximum distance: ...........................................1200 m (4000 feet)
Isolation:..................................................................2 kV

RS485
On the rear card 8 Series relays are equipped with one RS485 serial communication port
and one 10/100 Mbps Ethernet port. The RS485 port has settings for baud rate and parity.
It is important that these parameters agree with the settings used on the computer or
other equipment connected to this port. A maximum of 32 relays can be daisy-chained
and connected to a DCS, PLC or a PC using the RS485 port.
Path: Setpoints > Device > Communications > RS485
BAUD RATE
Range: 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200
Default: 115200
PARITY
Range: None, Odd, Even
Default: None
PORT PROTOCOL
Range: Modbus, DNP 3.0, IEC 60870-5-103
Default: Modbus

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WiFi
WiFi refers to Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) that are based on the 802.11 set of
standards. WLANs are essentially providing Local Area Network (LAN) type of connectivity
but without the need of cables, which makes them more convenient for use in limited
spaces. WiFi works on top of the TCP/IP stack, the same as Ethernet. The signal strength
and its range is determined by the wireless devices antenna technology and standard, the
best being IEEE 802.11n.
WiFi defines two modes of operation, namely ad-hoc, used for small deployments, and
infrastructure mode, which supports more robust types of security and better capabilities
for centralized management. The infrastructure mode requires an access point (AP).
Devices operating in this mode pass all data through the AP.
The WiFi module integrated on the 8-Series products conforms to IEEE 802.11b/g/n
standards. The 8-Series devices operate in infrastructure mode. Security is optional, but
enabled by default and it is advisable that it is left on, as wireless traffic is very susceptible
to cyber-attacks.
The security technology used is WPA2 (Wireless Protected Access version 2), based on the
IEEE 802.11i standard for data encryption. WPA2 is a second version of WPA technology,
designed to solve known security limitations found in one of the encryption algorithms
used by WPA, namely TKIP (Temporal Key Integrity Protocol). WPA2 uses CCMP (Counter
Mode with Cipher Block Chaining Message Authentication Code Protocol), which provides
an enhanced data cryptographic encapsulation mechanism based on AES (Advanced
Encryption Standard). CCMP makes WPA2 much stronger and secure than its
predecessors, WPA and WEP.
Several forms of WPA2 security keys exist. The 8-Series supports WPA2 PSK (Pre-Shared
Key), which utilizes 64 hexadecimal digits. The key may actually be entered as a string of
64 hexadecimal digits or as a passphrase of 8 to 32 printable ASCII characters. For user
convenience, the settings accept the key in the form of a passphrase. Internally the ASCII
passphrase is used for deriving a 256-bit key.
WiFi Settings
The following are the WiFi network settings for the 8-Series product. Only an Administrator
has the rights to change them.
Path: Setpoints > Device > Communications > WiFi

..\Communications\WiFi
Item Name
WiFi Enable
WiFi IP Address
WiFi Subnet Mask
WiFi GWY IP Address
WiFi Security
WiFi SSID
WiFi WPA2 passphrase

Value
Unit
Enabled
192.168. 0. 2
255.255.255. 0
192.168. 0. 1
WPA2-PSK
GEMULTILIN
Ge1wx9s3123!4

WiFi
WiFi Enable

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WIFI

This setting switches WiFi functionality on/off. By default WiFi is enabled in the basic
offering, but it is disabled in software options that offer CyberSentry.
WiFi IP Address / Subnet Mask
The default IP address is 192.168.0.x, where x is calculated as:
X = (modulo 242 of the last 3 digits of the serial number) + 12
This is to ensure uniqueness of the default IP address for all 8 Series devices present on one
wireless network and it creates a usable address space from 192.168.0.12 to 192.168.0.253
for 8 Series devices.
NOTE:

NOTE

From the remaining range of unicast addresses 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.0.11, at least two
are going to be used for the AP and a laptop installed with the EnerVista software, which
will be used to configure the 8 Series devices. The AP should be configured with the
address 192.168.0.1 and mask 255.255.255.0 and have DHCP enabled with a DHCP range
from 192.168.0.2 to 192.168.0.11. This allows laptops, iPads and any other devices
(Android, iPhone) to connect to the local network without the need to statically configure
their own IP address and mask.
WiFi GWY IP Address
The setting specifies the address of the access point AP which the 8 Series device uses for
communicating over WiFi.
WiFi Security
The setting enables WiFi security. If set to None, there is no security and all traffic is open.
By default WiFi Security is set to WPA2-PSK.
WiFi SSID
The SSID is the public name of a wireless network. All of the wireless devices on a WLAN
must use the same SSID in order to communicate with each other. The default for the SSID
is provided by the vendor with the shipment of any new 8-Series device. It is
recommended that the customer modifies this name as needed after initial startup, to
ensure unique SSIDs if several WLANs are configured.

NOTE:

NOTE

SSID broadcast should be disabled on AP. This provides some extra protection by requiring
a user to know an SSID before the user can connect to the device and making it harder for
casual outsiders looking for wireless networks to find the device and attempt to connect.
WiFi WPA2 Passphrase
The WPA2 Passphrase is used for generating the encryption key. The same passphrase
must be set on AP and on all devices communicating on the same WLAN. The 8-Series
device supports a string of up to 14 printable ASCII characters. Internally a 256-bit key is
calculated by applying the PBKDF2 key derivation function to this passphrase, using the
SSID as the salt and 4096 iterations of HMAC-SHA1.
The 8-Series devices are configured with a default passphrase, which is provided by the
vendor with the shipment of any new 8-Series device.
When choosing a new passphrase, the password complexity rules of CyberSentry must be
used (see CyberSentry details in the relay Instruction manual).
This field is visible only if the security is set to WPA2-PSK.

NOTE:

NOTE

Ideally the passphrase should be set through EnerVista and not directly from the Keypad,
where there are limitations in terms of space and types of characters supported. However,
for convenience, the key setting is available from the Keypad as well.
WiFi Status
A WiFi symbol is displayed in the caption area of the 8-Series product front panel. The
following table lists all possibilities for this icon:

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WiFi State

WiFi Icon Color

Disabled

Icon is grey and crossed by a red line

Disconnected

Grey

Connecting

Yellow

Connected

Green

WiFi Events
Event

Description

WiFi Connected

This event is recorded to indicate a network connect.

WiFi Disconnected

This event is recorded to indicate a network


disconnect.

If the relay is in service mode and the settings are default a minor error is triggered.

NOTE:

NOTE

WiFi Quick Start Procedure


The following provides the settings information and instructions to quickly setup WiFi.
Required Equipment

8-Series Relay with WiFi functionality

PC with WiFi

Access Point

Quick Start Procedure

2-4

1.

The PC WiFi Network Settings are as follows:


Passphrase: provided with the 8-Series relay

2.

The Access Point Settings are given below:

IP address:

192.168.0.1

Subnet Mask:

255.255.255.0

SSID:

same as entered on the PC (SSID provided with the 8-Series relay)

Broadcast

disabled

Security type:

WPA2-PSK (WPA2-Personal)

Encryption:

AES

Passphrase:

same as entered on the PC (Passphrase provided with the 8-Series relay)

DHCP enabled

range of 192.168.0.2 to 192.168.0.11

3.

If the 8-Series relay(s) are in range, they automatically connect to the configured
Access Point.

4.

Start EnerVista on a PC and use the Discover function, all relays within range appear
and are populated in Enervista for initial configuration and commissioning.

5.

Once the relay is configured, change the 8-Series relay default WiFi SSID and
Passphrase settings before the relay goes into service.

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USB

Figure 2-1: Example of WiFi Deployment

USB
The USB parameters are as follows:
IP Address: 172.16.0.2
IP Mask: 255.255.255.0
IP Gateway: 172.16.0.1
FASTPATH:

FASTPATH:

Whenever the device is rebooted, the USB cable needs to be unplugged and plugged in
again for proper communication to be established over USB.
Connecting multiple 8 Series relays over USB to a single PC is not possible because in the
case of USB, the IP address of the device 172.16.0.2 is constant.

Using the Quick Connect Feature via the USB Port


From the EnerVista 8 Series Setup software the Quick Connect button can be used to
establish a fast connection through the front panel USB port of an 8 Series relay.
Before starting, verify that the standard USB cable is properly connected from the laptop
computer to the front panel USB port.
1.

Verify that the latest version of the EnerVista 8 Series Setup software is installed
(available from the GE EnerVista CD or online from http://www.gegridsolutions.com/
multilin). See the software installation section in the relay Instruction Manual for
installation details.

2.

Open the 8-Series Setup.

3.

Select the device to start EnerVista 8 Series Setup.

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4.

Click the Quick Connect button to open the Quick Connect dialog box.

5.

Set the Interface to USB, then click Connect.

6.

The EnerVista 8 Series Setup software creates a site named Quick Connect with a
corresponding device also named Quick Connect and displays them on the upperleft corner of the screen. Expand the sections to view data directly from the device.

Ethernet Ports
The following communication offerings are available.
Base Offering
Modes: 10/100 Mbps
One Port: RJ45
Protocol: Modbus TCP, TFTP, DNP3.0
Communications Card Option
Modes: 100 MB
Two Ports: ST (with this option both enabled ports are on the communications card; the
Ethernet port located on the base CPU is disabled)
Protocols: Modbus TCP, DNP 3.0 TCP, IEC 60870-5-104, IEC 61850 MMS Server/GOOSE,
IEEE 1588, SNTP, IEC 62439-3 clause 4 (PRP), TFTP, SFTP

Network Settings Menu


The following are the network settings menu of the 8 Series relay to accommodate the
features of the 8 Series relay product. If the communications card is installed network port
1 is no longer available. When using more than one Ethernet port, configure each to
belong to a different network or subnet using the IP addresses and mask, else
communication becomes unpredictable when more than one port is configured to the
same subnet.
NOTE:

NOTE

The softkeys and Down/Up key can be used to enter an IP address. When entering an IP
address you must press the Back key first to switch between softkey mode and the
Down/Up key mode.
NETWORK 1, 4, 5, PRT1(4,5) IP ADDRESS
Range: Standard IPV4 Address format
Default: 169.254.3.3 (Port 1)
Default: 127.0.0.1 (Port 4, 5)
The setting sets the ports IPV4 address in standard IPV4 format.

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ETHERNET PORTS

The setting is valid on port 1 if the optional communications card is not present.

NOTE:

NOTE

The setting is valid on port 5 if port 4s OPERATION is set to INDEPENDENT.


PRT1(4,5) SUBNET IP MASK
Range: Standard IPV4 mask format
Default: 255.255.255.0 (Port 1)
Default: 0.0.0.0 (Port 4, 5)
This setting specifies the IPv4 mask associated with the corresponding port IP address.
PRT1 GWY ADDRESS
This setting sets the ports IPv4 GATEWAY address in standard IPv4 format.
This setting is only valid on port 1.
This setting is not present on port 4 and 5, which are available on the communications
card.
The communications card comes with the capability of setting a number of static routes
and one default route, which is used instead of default gateways.

NOTE:

NOTE

Notes:

The fiber optic ports support only 100 Mbps.

Changes to the Ethernet communications settings take effect only after rebooting the
relay.

All Ethernet ports have flex operands associated with them. A failure of one of the
Ethernet ports will trigger an event, a target message and the corresponding operand
set.

PRT4 OPERATION
Range: Independent, LLA, PRP
Default: Independent
This setting determines the mode of operation for ports 4 and 5: INDEPENDENT, LLA or
PRP.
INDEPENDENT operation: ports 4 and 5 operate independently with their own MAC and
IP address.
LLA operation: the operation of ports 4 and 5 are as follows:
Ports 4 and 5 use port 4s MAC and IP address settings while port 5 is in standby mode in
that it does not actively communicate on the Ethernet network but monitors its link. If
Port 4 is active and the link loss problem is detected, communications is switched to Port
5 immediately. Port 5 is, in effect, acting as a redundant or backup link to the network
for port 4.
LLA (Link Loss Alert) is a proprietary feature supported by the 8 Series relay fiber optic
ports. When enabled on an 8 Series fiber optic port, this feature is able to detect a failure
of the fiber link. If port 4s OPERATION is set to LLA, the detection of a link failure by this
feature triggers the transfer of communications from port 4 to port 5. If LLA is enabled
on a port with a non-fiber SFP, the target message LLA not supported by Prt (4 or 5) is
displayed on the keypad and an event is logged.
PRP (Parallel Redundancy Protocol): ports 4 and 5 use the same MAC address and
combine information at the link layer. It is intended to only be used if the two ports are
connected to separate parallel LANs. In this mode of operation both ports cannot be
connected to the same LAN. The receiving devices (8 Series relay ) process the first
frame received and discard the duplicate through a link redundancy entity (LRE) or
similar service that operates below layer 2. Aside from LRE, PRP uses conventional
Ethernet hardware but both ports must know they are in PRP. Ports of PRP devices

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operating with the same Internet Protocol (IP) addresses for traffic that uses IP
Management protocols such as Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) must operate
correctly.
Duplicate Discard mode (only mode supported by the 8 Series). This is the normal
setting for PRP operation and once set it allows the sender LRE to append a six-octet
field that contains a sequence number, the Redundancy Control Trailer (RCT) to both
frames it sends. The receiver LRE uses the sequence number of the RCT and the source
MAC address to detect duplicates. It forwards only the first frame of a pair to its upper
layers.

Routing
When the configuration card is present, a default route and a maximum number of 6 static
routes can be configured. The default route is used as the last choice, if no other route
towards a given destination is found.
Figure 2-2: Device Display for Routing Hierarchy
Setpoints
Device
Communications

Ethernet

Default Route

Routing

Gateway Address
Rt1 Destination

Static RT1
Rt1 Net Mask
Rt1 Gateway
Rt6 Destination
Static RT6

Rt6 Net Mask


Rt6 Gateway

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Level 6

SETTINGS
DEFAULT ROUTE:

Gateway Address
Range: Standard IPV4 unicast address format (0.0.0.1 to 223.255.255.254)
Default: 127.0.0.1
This setting sets the gateway of the default route to be used by IP traffic sent from the
relay, if no other route towards a given IP destination is found.
This setting is available only if the communications card is present.
STATIC ROUTE 1 to 6:

Rt1 (2,3,4,5,6) Destination


Range: Standard IPV4 network address format (0.0.0.1 to 223.255.255.254)
Default: 127.0.0.1
This setting sets the destination IPv4 route. This setting is available only if the
communications card is present.
Rt1 (2,3,4,5,6) Mask
Range: Standard IPV4 network mask format
Default: 255.0.0.0
This setting sets the IP mask associated with the route. This setting is available only if the
communications card is present.

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Rt1 (2,3,4,5,6) Gateway


Range: Standard IPV4 unicast address format (0.0.0.1 to 223.255.255.254)
Default: 127.0.0.1
This setting sets the destination IP route. This setting is available only if the
communications card is present.
ADDING AND DELETING STATIC ROUTES

Defaults:
Rule #1.
By default, the value of the destination field is 127.0.0.1 for all static routes (1 to 6). This
is equivalent to saying that the static routes are not configured. When the destination
address is 127.0.0.1, the mask and gateway must also be kept as default values.Rule #2.
By default, the value of the default route gateway address is 127.0.0.1. This means the
default route is not configured.
Adding a route:
Rule #3.
Use any of the static network route entries numbered 1 to 6 to configure a static
network route. Once a route destination is configured for any of the entries 1 to 6, that
entry becomes a static route and it must meet all the rules listed in the following section
under Important Notes.
Rule #4.
To configure the default route, enter a default gateway address. A default gateway
address configured must be validated against Rule #5, the next rule.
Deleting a route:
Rule #5.
Routes are deleted by replacing the route destination with the default address
(127.0.0.1). When deleting a route, the mask and gateway must also be put back to their
default values.
Rule #6.
The default route is deleted by replacing the default gateway with the default value
127.0.0.1.
Important Notes:
1.

Host routes are not supported at present.

2.

The route mask has IPv4 mask format. In binary this is a set of contiguous bits of 1
from left to right, followed by one or more contiguous bits of 0.

3.

The route destination and mask must match.

4.

Item #3, above, can be verified by checking that RtDestination & RtMask ==
RtDestination

5.

This is an example of a good configuration: RtDestination= 10.1.1.0; Rt Mask=


255.255.255.0

6.

This is an example of a bad configuration: RtDestination = 10.1.1.1; Rt Mask=


255.255.255.0

7.

The route destination must not be a connected network.

8.

The route gateway must be on a connected network. This rule applies to the gateway
address of the default route as well.

9.

Item #8, above, can be verified by checking that:


RtGwy & Prt4Mask) == (Prt4IP & Prt4Mask) || (RtGwy & Prt5Mask) == (Prt5IP & Prt5Mask)

TARGETS
WRONG ROUTE CONFIG

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Description: A route with mismatched destination and mask has been configured.
Message: Wrong route configuration.
What to do: Rectify the IP address and mask of the mis-configured route.
TOPOLOGY EXAMPLE
Figure 2-3: Topology Example

In the above figure: Topology Example, the 8 Series device is connected through the two
Ethernet ports available on the communications card.

Port 4 (IP address 10.1.1.2) connects to LAN 10.1.1.0/24 and to the Internet through
Router1. Router 1 has an interface on 10.1.1.0/24 and the IP address of this interface is
10.1.1.1.

Port 5 (IP address 10.1.2.2) connects to LAN 10.1.2.0/24 and to EnerVista setup
program through Router 2. Router 2 has an interface on 10.1.2.0/24 and the IP
address of this interface is 10.1.2.1.

Configuration
Network addresses:
PRT54IP ADDRESS = 10.1.1.2PRT4 SUBNET IP MASK = 255.255.255.0PRT5 IP ADDRESS =
10.1.2.2PRT5 SUBNET IP MASK = 255.255.255.0
Routing Settings:
IPV4 DEFAULT ROUTE: GATEWAY ADDRESS = 10.1.1.1
STATIC NETWORK ROUTE 1:

RT1 DESTINATION = 10.1.3.0/24RT1 NET MASK = 255.255.255.0RT1 GATEWAY =


10.1.2.1

Behavior: One static network route was added to the destination 10.1.3.0/24, where a
laptop running EnerVista is located. This static route uses a different gateway (10.1.2.1)
than the default route. This gateway is the address of Router 2, which is aware of
destination 10.1.3.0 and is able to route packets coming from the 8 Series device and
destined to EnerVista.

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Chapter 3: Time Protocols

Time Protocols

Real-time Clock
Path: Setpoints > Device > Real Time Clock
The 8 Series relay is capable of receiving a time reference from several time sources in
addition to its own internal clock for the purpose of time-stamping events, transient
recorders and other occurrences within the relay. The accuracy of the time stamp is based
on the time reference that is used. The 8 Series relay supports an internal clock, SNTP, IRIGB, and PTP IEEE 1588 as potential time references.
If two or more time sources are available, the time source with the higher priority shown in
Time Sources table is used where 1 is considered to be the highest priority. Please note
that the time source priority of PTP and IRIG-B can be swapped. If both PTP and IRIG-B are
available to the 8 Series relay, by default the 8 Series relay clock syncs to PTP over IRIG-B.
If PTP is not available the 8 Series relay CPU syncs the internal clock to IRIG-B.
Table 3-1: Time Sources
Time Source

Priority

PTP (IEEE1588)

1*

IRIG-B

2*

SNTP

Internal Clock

* The priority of IRIG-B and PTP can be swapped.


Synchronization by IEC103, DNP, Modbus and IEC104 is not going to be issued if there is a
sync source from IRIG-B, SNTP or PTP.

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IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP)


PTP Status

The present values of the PTP protocol are displayed here.

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Path: Status > PTP


Status\Communications\PTP
ItemName
RTCSyncSource
GrandmasterID
RTCAccuracy
Port4PTPState
Port5PTPState

Value

Unit

PTP

The RTC Sync Source actual value is the time synchronizing source the relay is using at
present. Possible sources are: Port 4 PTP Clock, Port 5 PTP Clock, IRIG-B, SNTP and None.
Grandmaster ID is the grandmaster Identity code being received from the present PTP
grandmaster, if any. When the relay is not using any PTP grandmaster, this actual value is
zero. The grandmaster Identity code is specified by PTP to be globally unique, so one can
always know which clock is grandmaster in a system with multiple grandmaster-capable
clocks.
RTC Accuracy is the estimated maximum time difference at present in the Real Time Clock
(RTC), considering the quality information imbedded in the received time signal, how long
the relay has had to lock to the time source, and in the case of time signal interruptions,
the length of the interruption. The value 999,999,999 indicates that the magnitude of the
estimated difference is one second or more, or that the difference cannot be estimated.
Port 4 (5) PTP State is the present state of the ports PTP clock. The PTP clock state is:

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DISABLED
If the ports function setting is Disabled

NO SIGNAL
If enabled but no signal from an active master has been found and selected

CALIBRATING
If an active master has been selected but lock is not at present established

SYNCHD (NO PDELAY)


If the port is synchronized, but the peer delay mechanism is non-operational

SYNCHRONIZED
If the port is synchronized

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PTP Configuration

REAL-TIME CLOCK

Path: Setpoints > Device > Real Time Clock > Precision Time
..\Real Time Clock\Precision Time
Item Name
Value
Port 4 PTP Function
Disabled
Port 4 Path Delay Adder
0
Port4 Path Delay Asymmetry
0
Port 5 PTP Function
Disabled
Port 5 Path Delay Adder
0
Port5 Path Delay Asymmetry
0
Strict Power Profile
Enabled
PTP Domain Number
0
PTP VLAN Priority
4
PTP VLAN ID
0
PTP Priority
1

Unit
ns
ns
ns
ns

PORT 4(5) PTP FUNCTION


Range: Disabled, Enabled
Default: Enabled
When the port setting is selected as Disabled, PTP is disabled on the port. The relay
does not generate, or listen to, PTP messages on the port.
PORT 4(5) PATH DELAY ADDER
Range: 0 to 60000 ns in steps of 1 ns
Default: 0 ns
The time delivered by PTP is advanced by the time value in the setting prior to the time
being used to synchronize the relays real time clock. This is to compensate for time
delivery delays not compensated for in the network. In a fully compliant Power Profile
(PP) network, the peer delay and the processing delay mechanisms compensate for all
the delays between the grandmaster and the relay. In such networks, the setting is zero.
In networks containing one or more switches and/or clocks that do not implement both
of these mechanisms, not all delays are compensated, so the time of message arrival at
the relay is later than the time indicated in the message. The setting can be used to
approximately compensate for the delay. Since the relay is not aware of network
switching that dynamically changes the amount of uncompensated delay, there is no
setting that always completely corrects for uncompensated delay. A setting can be
chosen that reduces worst-case error to half of the range between minimum and
maximum uncompensated delay if these values are known.
PORT 4(5) PATH DELAY ASYMMETRY
Range: -1000 to +1000 ns in steps of 1 ns
Default: 0 ns
The setting corresponds to Delay Asymmetry in PTP, which is used by the peer delay
mechanism to compensate for any difference in the propagation delay between the two
directions of a link. Except in unusual cases, the two fibers are of essentially identical
length and composition, so the setting is set to zero.
In unusual cases where the length of link is different in different directions, the setting is
to be set to the number of nanoseconds longer the Ethernet propagation delay is to the
relay compared with the mean of path propagation delays to and from the relay. For
instance, if it is known say from the physical length of the fibers and the propagation
speed in the fibers that the delay from the relay to the Ethernet switch it is connected to
is 9000 ns and that the delay from the switch to the relay is 11000 ns, then the mean
delay is 10000 ns, and the path delay asymmetry is +1000 ns.

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STRICT POWER PROFILE


Range: Enabled, Disabled
Default: Enabled
Power profile (IEEE Std C37.238 2011) requires that the relay select as a grandmaster
only power profile compliant clocks, that the delivered time have a worst-case error of
1 s, and that the peer delay mechanism be implemented. With the strict power profile
setting enabled, the relay selects as master only clocks displaying the IEEE_C37_238
identification codes. It uses a port only when the peer delay mechanism is operational.
With the strict power profile setting disabled, the relay uses clocks without the power
profile identification when no power profile clocks are present, and uses ports even if
the peer delay mechanism is non-operational.
The setting applies to all of the relays PTP-capable ports.
PTP DOMAIN NUMBER
Range: 0 to 255
Default: 0
The setting is set to the domain number of the grandmaster-capable clock(s) to which
they can be synchronized. A network may support multiple time distribution domains,
each distinguished with a unique domain number. More commonly, there is a single
domain using the default domain number zero.
The setting applies to all of the relays PTP-capable ports.
PTP VLAN PRIORITY
Range: 0 to 7
Default: 4
The setting selects the value of the priority field in the 802.1Q VLAN tag in request
messages issued by the relays peer delay mechanism. In compliance with PP (Power
Profile) the default VLAN priority is 4, but it is recommended that in accordance with PTP
it be set to 7.
Depending on the characteristics of the device to which the relay is directly linked, VLAN
Priority may have no effect.
The setting applies to all of the relays PTP-capable ports.
PTP VLAN ID
Range: 0 to 4095
Default: 0
The setting selects the value of the ID field in the 802.1Q VLAN tag in request messages
issued by the relays peer delay mechanism. It is provided in compliance with PP (Power
Profile). As these messages have a destination address that indicates they are not to be
bridged, their VLAN ID serves no function, and so may be left at its default value.
Depending on the characteristics of the device to which the relay is directly linked, VLAN
ID may have no effect.
The setting applies to all of the relays PTP-capable ports.
PTP PRIORITY
Range: 1, 2
Default: 1
The setting sets the priority of PTP time for the relay. If set to 1 and IRIG-B is available,
the relay syncs the relays time reference to the PTP time. If set to 2 and IRIG-B is
available, the relay syncs its reference to IRIG-B time.

Clock
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REAL-TIME CLOCK

DATE
Format: Month/Day/Year
Range: Month: 1 to 12; Day: 1 to 31; Year: 2008 to 2094
Default: 01/01/2008
TIME
Range: 0 to 23: 0 to 59:0 to 59
Default: 00:00:00
LOCAL TIME OFFSET FROM UTC
Range: 24.0 to 24.0 hrs in steps of 0.5 hrs
Default: 0.0 hrs
REAL TIME CLOCK EVENTS
Range: Disabled, Enabled
Default: Enabled
IRIG-B
Range: Disabled, Enabled
Default: Disabled
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME
Range: Disabled, Enabled
Default: Disabled
DST START MONTH
Range: January to December (all months)
Default: Not Set
DST START DAY
Range: SUN to SAT (all days of the week)
Default: Not Set
DST START WEEK
Range: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, Last
Default: Not Set
DST START HOUR
Range: 0 to 23
Default: 2
DST END MONTH
Range: January to December (all months)
Default: Not Set
DST END WEEK
Range: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, Last
Default: Not Set
DST END DAY
Range: SUN to SAT (all days of the week)
Default: Not Set
DST END HOUR
Range: 0 to 23
Default: 2

IRIG-B

IRIG-B is available in the basic offering of the product. A failure on IRIG-B triggers an event
and a target message.

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Note that IRIG-B is auto detect. The signal type is detected in hardware, so there are no
configurable options.

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Chapter 4: DNP Protocol

DNP Protocol

Path: Setpoints > Device > Communications > DNP protocol


..\Communications\DNP Protocol
Item Name
Value
Unit
DNP Channel 1 Port
None
DNP Channel 2 Port
None
DNP Address
65519
DNP Client Address 1
0. 0. 0. 0
DNP Client Address 2
0. 0. 0. 0
DNP TCP/UDP Port 1
20000
DNP TCP/UDP Port 2
20000
DNP Unsol Resp Function
Disabled
DNP Unsol Resp Timeout
5
s
Unsol Resp Max Retries
10
DNP Unsol Resp Dest Addr
1
DNP Time Sync IIN Period
1440
min
DNP Message Fragment Size
240
Object 1 Default Variation
2
Object 2 Default Variation
2
Object 20 Default Variation
(1) 32-Bit Binary Counter
Object 21 Default Variation
(1) 32-Bit Frozen Counter
Object 22 Default Variation
(1) 32-Bit Counter Change Event
Object 23 Default Variation
(2) 16-Bit Frozen Counter Event
Object 30 Default Variation
(1) 32-Bit Analog Input
Object 32 Default Variation
(1) 32-Bit Analog Change Event w/o Time
TCP Connection Timeout
120
s
DNP

DNP Channel (1 or 2) Port:


Range: NONE, NETWORK - TCP, NETWORK - UDP
Default: NONE
The DNP Channel 1 Port and DNP Channel 2 Port settings select the communications
port assigned to the DNP protocol for each channel. When this setting is set to Network
- TCP, the DNP protocol can be used over TCP/IP on channels 1 or 2. When this value is
set to Network - UDP, the DNP protocol can be used over UDP/IP.
DNP Client Address:
Range: standard IP address
Default: 0.0.0.0
The DNP Client Address settings can force the 8 Series relay to respond to a maximum of
two specific DNP masters.

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DNP Channel 1 Port will take the DNP TCP/UDP Port 1 and DNP Client Address 1 to
allow/reject connections. The same relation is used by channel 2.

NOTE:

NOTE

DNP Address:
Range: 0 to 65519 in steps of 1
Default: 65519
The DNP address sets the DNP slave address. This number identifies the 8 Series relay on
a DNP communications link. Each DNP slave must be assigned a unique address.
DNP Unsol Resp Function:
Range: Enabled, Disabled
Default: Disabled
This setting will take effect for Ethernet communication only if the main card is present
or a comms card is available in the device. This setting enables/disables the unsolicited
response functionality. It is disabled for RS485 applications since there is no collision
avoidance mechanism.
DNP Unsol Resp Timeout:
Range: 0 to 60 s in steps of 1
Default: 5 s
Sets the time the 8 Series relay waits for a DNP master to confirm an unsolicited
response.
Unsol Resp Max Retries:
Range: 1 to 255 in steps of 1
Default: 10
Sets the number of times the 8 Series relay retransmits an unsolicited response without
receiving confirmation from the master; a value of 255 allows infinite re-tries.
DNP Unsol Resp Dest Addr:
Range: 1 to 65519 in steps of 1
Default: 1
Sets the DNP address to which all unsolicited responses are sent. The IP address to
which unsolicited responses are sent is determined by the 8 Series relay from the
current TCP connection or the most recent UDP message.
DNP Time Sync IIN Period:
Range: 1 to 10080 min. in steps of 1
Default: 1440 min
This setting determines how often the Need Time Internal Indication (IIN) bit is set by the
8 Series relay. Changing this time allows the DNP master to send time synchronization
commands more or less often, as required.
NOTE:

NOTE

If the requirement for synchronization is more than a couple of seconds, the user is
advised to consider synchronization via other means such as IRIGB or 1588. Given network
asymmetry, the consistency of the network latency, clock drift, and additional delays due
to routers located between the client and the 8 Series relay all contribute error.
DNP Message Fragment Size:
Range: 30 to 2048 in steps of 1
Default: 240
This setting determines the size, in bytes, at which message fragmentation occurs. Large
fragment sizes allow for more efficient throughput; smaller fragment sizes cause more
application layer confirmations to be necessary which can provide for more robust data
transfer over noisy communication channels.

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DNP OBJECT 1 Default Variation to DNP Object 32 Default Variation:


These settings allow the user to select the DNP default variation number for object types
1, 2, 20, 21, 22, 23, 30, and 32. The default variation refers to the variation response when
variation 0 is requested and/or in class 0, 1, 2, or 3 scans.
TCP Connection Timeout:
Range: 10 to 300 s in steps of 1
Default: 120 s
This setting specifies a time delay for the detection of dead network TCP connections. If
there is no data traffic on a DNP TCP connection for greater than the time specified by
this setting, the connection will be aborted by the 8 Series relay. This frees up the
connection to be re-used by a client.

DNP communication
The 8 Series relay supports Distributed Network Protocol (DNP) version 3.0. and the
8 Series relay operates as a DNP slave device. Two DNP masters can actively
communicate with the 8 Series relay at one time as the 8 Series relay maintains two sets
of DNP data change buffers and connection information. The following is a detailed
explanation of the 8 Series relay s DNP 3 implementation.
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Both DNP and IEC104 protocol can work at the same time, but the user has to consider
that there is only one point map. So, the two protocols will use the same data mapping, i.e.
the same point index and same point source.
The 8 Series relay supports two DNP3.0 client connections simultaneously.
When configuring DNP do not use port 20057 since it is reserved for internal purposes by
the unit itself.
Figure 4-1: DNP Data Types

DATA TYPES
Binary input data: Binary input data is used to monitor two-state device operations
such as the position of a circuit breaker. The user can configure up to 96 Binary inputs.
All binary inputs are configured from Flexlogic operands.
Binary output data: Binary output data is used to control two-state devices such as
the tripping or circuit closing of a circuit breaker. The 8 Series relay can be configured
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mapped into the 8 Series relay virtual inputs starting at virtual input 1. Please note
that the number of Binary/ Control outputs is configurable. The user can configure a
subset that supports dual point control. This subset starts at address 0.
Analog input data: Analog input data is used to monitor analog signals such as
voltages, currents, and power. Up to 32 analog points can be mapped to the master.
Analog output data: Not supported in the 8 Series relay .
Time stamps
Count input data: Count input data could represent a cumulative quantity such as
kilowatt-hours of energy. Up to 16 counter points can be mapped to the master.

Table 4-1: Supported Object Numbers

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Object

DNP Data Type

8 Series relay

Binary Input Status

User Assigned FlexLogic Operands

Binary Input Change since last


read

10

Binary Output Status for


monitoring

User assigned Virtual Inputs and/


or Commands (client looks at
status only)

12

Control Relay Output Block

User assigned Virtual inputs and/or


Commands (client can write to the
user specified number of control
relay outputs)

20

Counter Value

Digital counters 1 through 16.

21

Frozen Counter Value

22

Counter Value Change since last


read

23

Frozen Counter Value Change


since last read by client

30

User configured Analog Input


value

32

User configured Analog Input


value changed since last time
read by client

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Analog Variation Numbers

Data Format

32-bit integer value with flag

16-bit integer value with flag

32-bit integer value without flag

16-bit integer value without flag

32-bit floating point value with flag

The following setpoints are in the PATH: SETPOINTS > DEVICE > COMMUNICATIONS > DNP
PROTOCOL

DNP CHANNEL 1 PORT


Range: NONE, NETWORK - TCP, NETWORK- UDP
Default: NONE
DNP CHANNEL 2 PORT
Range: NONE, NETWORK - TCP, NETWORK- UDP
Default: NONE
The DNP Channel 1 Port and DNP Channel 2 Port settings select the communications
port assigned to the DNP protocol for each channel. When this setting is set to Network
- TCP, the DNP protocol can be used over TCP/IP on channels 1 or 2. When this value is
set to Network - UDP, the DNP protocol can be used over UDP/IP.
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If the additional communication module is not present, only RS485 is a possible option. The
Network options are hidden in this case and the DNP channel is assigned to the RS485 port
by default.
DNP ADDRESS
Range: 0 to 65519 in steps of 1
Default: 65519
Sets the DNP slave address. This number identifies this 8 Series relay on a DNP
communications link. Each DNP slave should be assigned a unique address.
DNP NETWORK CLIENT ADDRESS 1(2)
Range: Standard IP Address
Default: 0.0.0.0
The DNP Network Client Address settings can force the 8 Series relay to respond to a
maximum of two specific DNP masters.
DNP TCP/UDP PORT NUMBER 1 (2)
Range: 1 to 65535 in steps of 1
Default: 20000
The DNP NETWORK CLIENT ADDRESS 1(2) and DNP TCP/UDP PORT NUMBER 1(2) settings
are available only if the communications card is present. DNP Channel 1 Port takes the
Port Number 1 and Client Address 1 to allow or reject connections. The same relation
is used by channel 2.
DNP UNSOL RESPONSE FUNCTION
Range: Enabled, Disabled
Default: Disabled
Should be Disabled for RS485 applications since there is no collision avoidance
mechanism. Unsolicited response settings is hidden if the communication card is not
present, as DNP runs only on RS485 in this case.

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DNP UNSOL RESPONSE TIMEOUT


Range: 0 to 60 s in steps of 1 s
Default: 5 s
Sets the time the 8 Series relay waits for a DNP master to confirm an unsolicited
response.
DNP UNSOL RESPONSE MAX RETRIES
Range: 1 to 255 in steps of 1
Default: 10
Sets the number of times the 8 Series relay retransmits an unsolicited response without
receiving confirmation from the master; a value of 255 allows infinite re-tries.
DNP UNSOL RESPONSE DEST ADDRESS
Range: 0 to 65519 in steps of 1
Default: 1
Sets the DNP address to which all unsolicited responses are sent. The IP address to
which unsolicited responses are sent is determined by the 8 Series relay from the
current TCP connection or the most recent UDP message.
DNP TIME SYNC IIN PERIOD
Range: 1 to 10080 min in steps of 1 min
Default: 1440 min
This setting determines how often the Need Time Internal Indication (IIN) bit is set by the
8 Series relay . Changing this time requires the DNP master to send time synchronization
commands more or less often, as this setting time period.
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If the requirement for time synchronization is more than a couple of seconds the user is
advised to consider time-sync via other means such as IRIG-B or 1588, given network
asymmetry, the consistency of the network latency, clock drift and additional delays due
to routers located between the client and the 8 Series relay , all of which contribute errors.
DNP MESSAGE FRAGMENT SIZE
Range: 30 to 2048 in steps of 1
Default: 240
This setting determines the size (maximum length of frame), in bytes, at which message
fragmentation occurs. Large fragment sizes allow for more efficient throughput; smaller
fragment sizes cause more application layer confirmations to be necessary which can
provide for more robust data transfer over noisy communication channels.
DNP OBJECT 1(2) DEFAULT VARIATION
Range: 1, 2
Default: 2
These settings allow the user to select the DNP default variation number for object types
1, 2, 20, 21, 22, 23, 30, and 32. The default variation refers to the variation response when
variation 0 is requested and/or in class 0, 1, 2, or 3 scans. The DNP binary outputs
typically map one-to-one to IED data points. That is, each DNP binary output controls a
single physical or virtual control point in an IED. In the 8 Series relay, DNP binary outputs
are mapped to virtual inputs.
DNP OBJECT 20(22) DEFAULT VARIATION
Range: 1, 2, 5, 6
Default: 1
For explanation, see above.

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DNP OBJECT 21 DEFAULT VARIATION


Range: 1, 2, 9, 10
Default: 1
For explanation, see above.
DNP OBJECT 23 DEFAULT VARIATION
Range: 1, 2, 5, 6
Default: 2
For explanation, see above.
DNP OBJECT 30 DEFAULT VARIATION
Range: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Default: 1
For explanation, see above.
DNP OBJECT 32 DEFAULT VARIATION
Range: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7
Default: 1
For explanation, see above.
DNP TCP CONNECTION TIMEOUT
Range: 10 to 300 s in steps of 1 s
Default: 120 s
The setting specifies a time delay for the detection of failed network TCP connections. If
there is no data traffic on a DNP TCP connection for greater than the time specified by
the setting, the connection is aborted by the 8 Series relay. This frees up the resource for
the connection and allows another DNP TCP connection request.

DNP device profile


DNP 3.0 Device Profile
(Also see the IMPLEMENTATION TABLE in the following section)
Vendor Name: General Electric Multilin
Device Name: 8 Series relay
Highest DNP Level Supported:
For Requests: Level 2
For Responses: Level 2
Device Function:
Master
Slave

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Notable objects, functions, and/or qualifiers supported in addition to the Highest DNP Levels
Supported (the complete list is described in the attached table):
Binary Inputs (Object 1)
Binary Input Changes (Object 2)
Binary Outputs (Object 10)
Control Relay Output Block (Object 12)
Binary Counters (Object 20)
Frozen Counters (Object 21)
Counter Change Event (Object 22)
Frozen Counter Event (Object 23)
Analog Inputs (Object 30)
Analog Input Changes (Object 32)
Analog Deadbands (Object 34)
Time and Date (Object 50)
Time Delay Fine (Object 52)
Class Data (Object 60)
Internal Indications (Object 80)
Maximum Data Link Frame Size (octets):

Maximum Application Fragment Size (octets):

Transmitted: 292

Transmitted: configurable up to 2048

Received: 292

Received: 2048

Maximum Data Link Re-tries:

Maximum Application Layer Re-tries:

None

None

Fixed at 3

Configurable

Configurable
Requires Data Link Layer Confirmation:
Never
Always
Sometimes
Configurable
Requires Application Layer Confirmation:
Never
Always
When reporting Event Data
When sending multi-fragment responses
Sometimes
Configurable
Timeouts while waiting for:
Data Link Confirm:
None Fixed
Complete Appl. Fragment: None Fixed
Application Confirm:
None Fixed at 10 s
Complete Appl. Response: None Fixed at ___

Variable Configurable
Variable Configurable
Variable Configurable
Variable Configurable

Others:
Transmission Delay: No intentional delay
Need Time Interval: Configurable (default = 24 hrs.)
Select/Operate Arm Timeout: 10 s
Binary input change scanning period: 8 times per power system cycle
Analog input change scanning period: 500 ms
Counter change scanning period: 500 ms
Frozen counter event scanning period: 500 ms

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DNP 3.0 Device Profile


Sends/Executes Control Operations:
WRITE Binary Outputs
Never Always Sometimes Configurable
SELECT/OPERATE
Never Always Sometimes Configurable
DIRECT OPERATE
Never Always Sometimes Configurable
DIRECT OPERATE NO ACK Never Always Sometimes Configurable
Count > 1
Never Always Sometimes Configurable
Pulse On
Never Always Sometimes Configurable
Pulse Off
Never Always Sometimes Configurable
Latch On
Never Always Sometimes Configurable
Latch Off
Never Always Sometimes Configurable
Queue
Never Always Sometimes Configurable
Clear Queue
Never Always Sometimes Configurable
Explanation of Sometimes: Object 12 points are mapped to Virtual Inputs and Commands (Force
Coils). Both Pulse On and Latch On operations perform the same function in the 8 Series relay ;
that is, the appropriate Virtual Input or Coil is put into the On state. The On/Off times and Count
value are ignored. Pulse Off and Latch Off operations put the appropriate Virtual Input or Coil into
the Off state. Trip and Close operations both put the appropriate Virtual Input or coil into the
On state if a paired mapping is set, otherwise Trip will put into Off and Close will put into On.
Reports Binary Input Change Events when no
specific variation requested:
Never
Only time-tagged
Only non-time-tagged
Configurable
Sends Unsolicited Responses:
Never
Configurable
Only certain objects
Sometimes
ENABLE/DISABLE unsolicited Function codes
supported

Reports time-tagged Binary Input Change


Events when no specific variation requested:
Never
Binary Input Change With Time
Binary Input Change With Relative Time
Configurable (attach explanation)
Sends Static Data in Unsolicited Responses:
Never
When Device Restarts
When Status Flags Change
No other options are permitted.

Explanation of Sometimes: It will be disabled


for RS-485 applications, since there is no collision
avoidance mechanism. For Ethernet
communication it will be available and it can be
disabled or enabled with the proper function
code.
Default Counter Object/Variation:
No Counters Reported
Configurable (attach explanation)
Default Object: 20
Default Variation: 1
Point-by-point list attached

Counters Roll Over at:


No Counters Reported
Configurable (attach explanation)
16 Bits
32 Bits
Other Value: _____
Point-by-point list attached

Sends Multi-Fragment Responses:


Yes
No

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DNP implementation
OBJECT

REQUEST

RESPONSE

OBJECT
NO.

VARIATION
NO.

DESCRIPTION

FUNCTION
CODES (DEC)

QUALIFIER CODES (HEX) FUNCTION CODES


(DEC)

QUALIFIER CODES
(HEX)

Binary Input
(Variation 0 is used
to request default
variation)

1 (read)
22 (assign class)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

---

---

Binary Input

1 (read)
22 (assign class)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

129 (response)

00, 01 (start-stop)
17, 28 (index) (see
Note 2)

Binary Input with


Status

1 (read)
22 (assign class)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

129 (response)

00, 01 (start-stop)
17, 28 (index) (see
Note 2)

Binary Input Change 1 (read)


(Variation 0 is used
to request default
variation)

06 (no range, or all)


07, 08 (limited quantity)

---

---

Binary Input Change 1 (read)


without Time

06 (no range, or all)


07, 08 (limited quantity)

129 (response)
130 (unsol. resp.)

17, 28 (index)

Binary Input Change 1 (read)


with Time

06 (no range, or all)


07, 08 (limited quantity)

129 (response)
130 (unsol. resp.)

17, 28 (index)

Binary Input Change 1 (read)


with Relative Time

06 (no range, or all)


07, 08 (limited quantity)

---

---

Binary Output Status 1 (read)


(Variation 0 is used
to request default
variation)

00, 01(start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

---

---

Binary Output Status 1 (read)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

129 (response)

00, 01 (start-stop)
17, 28 (index) (see
Note 2)

12

Control Relay Output 3 (select)


Block
4 (operate)
5 (direct op)
6 (dir. op, noack)

00, 01 (start-stop)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

129 (response)

echo of request

20

Binary Counter
(Variation 0 is used
to request default
variation)

1 (read)
7 (freeze)
8 (freeze noack)
9 (freeze clear)
10 (frz. cl. noack)
22 (assign class)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

---

---

32-Bit Binary
Counter

1 (read)
7 (freeze)
8 (freeze noack)
9 (freeze clear)
10 (frz. cl. noack)
22 (assign class)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

129 (response)

00, 01 (start-stop)
17, 28 (index) (see
Note 2)

16-Bit Binary
Counter

1 (read)
7 (freeze)
8 (freeze noack)
9 (freeze clear)
10 (frz. cl. noack)
22 (assign class)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

129 (response)

00, 01 (start-stop)
17, 28 (index) (see
Note 2)

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OBJECT
OBJECT
NO.

21

22

23

DNP IMPLEMENTATION

REQUEST
VARIATION
NO.

DESCRIPTION

FUNCTION
CODES (DEC)

RESPONSE
QUALIFIER CODES (HEX) FUNCTION CODES
(DEC)

QUALIFIER CODES
(HEX)

32-Bit Binary
1 (read)
Counter without Flag 7 (freeze)
8 (freeze noack)
9 (freeze clear)
10 (frz. cl. noack)
22 (assign class)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

129 (response)

00, 01 (start-stop)
17, 28 (index) (see
Note 2)

16-Bit Binary
1 (read)
Counter without Flag 7 (freeze)
8 (freeze noack)
9 (freeze clear)
10 (frz. cl. noack)
22 (assign class)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

129 (response)

00, 01 (start-stop)
17, 28 (index) (see
Note 2)

Frozen
Counter(Variation 0
is used to request
defaultvariation)

1 (read)
22 (assign class)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

---

---

32-Bit Frozen
Counter

1 (read)
22 (assign class)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

129 (response)

00, 01 (start-stop)
17, 28 (index) (see
Note 2)

16-Bit Frozen
Counter

1 (read)
22 (assign class)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

129 (response)

00, 01 (start-stop)
17, 28 (index) (see
Note 2)

32-Bit Frozen
1 (read)
Counter without Flag 22 (assign class)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

129 (response)

00, 01 (start-stop)
17, 28 (index) (see
Note 2)

10

1 (read)
16-Bit Frozen
Counter without Flag 22 (assign class)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

129 (response)

00, 01 (start-stop)
17, 28 (index) (see
Note 2)

Counter Change
Event (Variation 0 is
used to request
default variation)

1 (read)

06 (no range, or all)


07, 08 (limited quantity)

---

---

32-Bit Counter
Change Event

1 (read)

06 (no range, or all)


07, 08 (limited quantity)

129 (response)
130 (unsol. resp.)

17, 28 (index)

16-Bit Counter
Change Event

1 (read)

06 (no range, or all)


07, 08 (limited quantity)

129 (response)
130 (unsol. resp.)

17, 28 (index)

32-Bit Counter
Change Event with
Time

1 (read)

06 (no range, or all)


07, 08 (limited quantity)

129 (response)
130 (unsol. resp.)

17, 28 (index)

16-Bit Counter
Change Event with
Time

1 (read)

06 (no range, or all)


07, 08 (limited quantity)

129 (response)
130 (unsol. resp.)

17, 28 (index)

Frozen Counter
Event (Variation 0 is
used to request
default variation)

1 (read)

06 (no range, or all)


07, 08 (limited quantity)

---

---

32-Bit Frozen
Counter Event

1 (read)

06 (no range, or all)


07, 08 (limited quantity)

129 (response)
130 (unsol. resp.)

17, 28 (index)

16-Bit Frozen
Counter Event

1 (read)

06 (no range, or all)


07, 08 (limited quantity)

129 (response)
130 (unsol. resp.)

17, 28 (index)

32-Bit Frozen
Counter Event with
Time

1 (read)

06 (no range, or all)


07, 08 (limited quantity)

129 (response)
130 (unsol. resp.)

17, 28 (index)

16-Bit Frozen
Counter Event with
Time

1 (read)

06 (no range, or all)


07, 08 (limited quantity)

129 (response)
130 (unsol. resp.)

17, 28 (index)

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OBJECT

REQUEST

RESPONSE

OBJECT
NO.

VARIATION
NO.

DESCRIPTION

FUNCTION
CODES (DEC)

QUALIFIER CODES (HEX) FUNCTION CODES


(DEC)

QUALIFIER CODES
(HEX)

30

Analog Input
(Variation 0 is used
to request default
variation)

1 (read)
22 (assign class)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

---

---

32-Bit Analog Input

1 (read)
22 (assign class)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

129 (response)

00, 01 (start-stop)
17, 28 (index) (see
Note 2)

16-Bit Analog Input

1 (read)
22 (assign class)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

129 (response)

00, 01 (start-stop)
17, 28 (index) (see
Note 2)

32-Bit Analog Input


without Flag

1 (read)
22 (assign class)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

129 (response)

00, 01 (start-stop)
17, 28 (index) (see
Note 2)

16-Bit Analog Input


without Flag

1 (read)
22 (assign class)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

129 (response)

00, 01 (start-stop)
17, 28 (index) (see
Note 2)

short floating point

1 (read)
22 (assign class)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

129 (response)

00, 01 (start-stop)
17, 28 (index) (see
Note 2)

Analog Change
Event (Variation 0 is
used to request
default variation)

1 (read)

06 (no range, or all)


07, 08 (limited quantity)

---

---

32-Bit Analog
Change Event
without Time

1 (read)

06 (no range, or all)


07, 08 (limited quantity)

129 (response)
130 (unsol. resp.)

17, 28 (index)

16-Bit Analog
Change Event
without Time

1 (read)

06 (no range, or all)


07, 08 (limited quantity)

129 (response)
130 (unsol. resp.)

17, 28 (index)

32-Bit Analog
Change Event with
Time

1 (read)

06 (no range, or all)


07, 08 (limited quantity)

129 (response)
130 (unsol. resp.)

17, 28 (index)

16-Bit Analog
Change Event with
Time

1 (read)

06 (no range, or all)


07, 08 (limited quantity)

129 (response)
130 (unsol. resp.)

17, 28 (index)

short floating point


Analog Change
Event without Time

1 (read)

06 (no range, or all)


07, 08 (limited quantity)

129 (response)
130 (unsol. resp.)

17, 28 (index)

short floating point


Analog Change
Event with Time

1 (read)

06 (no range, or all)


07, 08 (limited quantity)

129 (response)
130 (unsol. resp.)

17, 28 (index)

Analog Input
1 (read)
Reporting Deadband
(Variation 0 is used
to request default
variation)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

---

---

16-bit Analog Input 1 (read)


Reporting Deadband
(default - see Note 1)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

129 (response)

00, 01 (start-stop)
17, 28 (index) (see
Note 2)

2 (write)

00, 01 (start-stop)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

---

---

32-bit Analog Input 1 (read)


Reporting Deadband

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

129 (response)

00, 01 (start-stop)
17, 28 (index) (see
Note 2)

32

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OBJECT
OBJECT
NO.

REQUEST
VARIATION
NO.

DESCRIPTION

RESPONSE

FUNCTION
CODES (DEC)

QUALIFIER CODES (HEX) FUNCTION CODES


(DEC)

QUALIFIER CODES
(HEX)

2 (write)

00, 01 (start-stop)
07, 08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

---

---

50

Time and Date


1 (read)
(default - see Note 1) 2 (write)

00, 01 (start-stop)
06 (no range, or all)
07 (limited qty=1)
08 (limited quantity)
17, 28 (index)

129 (response)

00, 01 (start-stop)
17, 28 (index) (see
Note 2)

52

Time Delay Fine


(quantity = 1)

129 (response)

07 (limited quantity)

---

---

60

Class 0, 1, 2, and 3
Data

1 (read)
06 (no range, or all)
20 (enable unsol)
21 (disable unsol)
22 (assign class)

---

---

Class 0 Data

1 (read)
22 (assign class)

06 (no range, or all)

---

---

Class 1 Data

1 (read)
20 (enable unsol)

06 (no range, or all)


07, 08 (limited quantity)

---

---

Class 2 Data

21 (disable unsol)

---

---

Class 3 Data

22 (assign class)

---

---

Internal Indications

1 (read)

00, 01 (start-stop)
(index =7)

129 (response)

00, 01 (start-stop)

2 (write)
(see Note 3)

00 (start-stop)
(index =7)

---

---

---

---

---

No Object (function
code only)

14 (warm restart) ---

---

---

No Object (function
code only)

23 (delay meas.)

---

---

80

No Object (function 13 (cold restart)


code only) see Note
3

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1.

A default variation refers to the variation response when variation 0 is requested and/
or in class 0, 1, 2, or 3 scans. The default variations for object types 1, 2, 20, 21, 22, 23,
30, and 32 are selected via relay settings. This optimizes the class 0 poll data size.

2.

For static (non-change-event) objects, qualifiers 17 or 28 are only responded when a


request is sent with qualifiers 17 or 28, respectively. Otherwise, static object requests
sent with qualifiers 00, 01, 06, 07, or 08, will be responded with qualifiers 00 or 01 (for
changeevent objects, qualifiers 17 or 28 are always responded.)

Cold restarts are implemented the same as warm restarts the 8 Series relay is not
restarted, but the DNP process is restarted.

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Chapter 5: DNP / IEC104 Point Lists

DNP / IEC104 Point Lists

The menu for the DNP/IEC104 point lists is shown below.


Path: Setpoints > Device > Communications > DNP/IEC104 Point Lists

The binary inputs points for the DNP protocol, or the MSP points for IEC 60870-5-104
protocol, can be configured to a maximum of 96 points. The data source for each point is
user-programmable and can be configured by assigning FlexLogic operands.
The menu for the binary input points (DNP) or MSP points (IEC 60870-5-104) is shown
below.

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Points

..\DNP / IEC104 Point Lists\Binary Input / MSP Points


Item Name
Value
Unit
Point 0 Entry
Off

Point 95 Entry
Off

IP Points

Up to 32 analog input points can be configured for the DNP or IEC 60870-5-104 protocols.
The menu for the analog input point (DNP) or MME points (IEC 60870-5-104) is shown
below.
Path: Setpoints > Device > Communications > DNP/IEC104 Point Lists > Analog Input / MME
Points
..\Analog Input / MME Points\Analog Input Point 0
Item Name
Value
Unit
Analog IP Point 0 Entry
Off
Point 0 Scale Factor
/1
Point 0 Deadband
30000

DNP ANALOG INPUT POINT 0(31) SCALE FACTOR


Range: / 0.001, / 0.01, / 0.1, / 1, / 10, / 100, / 1000, / 10000, / 100000
Default: /1
These are numbers used to scale analog input point values. Each setting represents the
scale factor for the analog input point. For example, if the DNP PHASE A VOLTAGE SCALE
FACTOR setting is set to / 1000, and the Phase A voltage is 72000 V, the Phase A voltage
is sent on to the 8 Series relay as 72. The settings are useful when analog input values
must be adjusted to fit within certain ranges in DNP masters.
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Note that a scale factor of / 0.1 is equivalent to a multiplier of 10.


DNP ANALOG INPUT POINT 0(31) DEADBAND
Range: 1 to 100000000 in steps of 1
Default: 30000
The setting is the threshold value to define the condition to trigger unsolicited responses
containing analog input data. Each setting represents the default deadband value for
the associated analog input. For example, to trigger unsolicited responses from the
8 Series relay when phase A current changes by 15 A, the DNP CURRENT DEADBAND for
Phase A current should be set to 15. Note that these settings are the deadband default

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values. DNP object 34 points can be used to change deadband values from the default
for each individual DNP analog input point. Whenever power is removed and re-applied
to the 8 Series relay the new deadbands are in effect.
The binary output points for the DNP protocol, or the CSC/CDC points for IEC 60870-5-104
protocol, can be configured to a maximum of 16 points. The data source for each point is
user-programmable and can be configured by assigning FlexLogic operands. The menu
for the binary output points (DNP) or CSC/CDC points (IEC 60870-5-104) is shown below.
Path: Setpoints > Device > Communications > DNP/IEC104 Point Lists > Binary Output /
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Item Name
Value
Unit
Binary Output Point 0 ON
Off
Binary Output Point 0 OFF
Off

Binary Output Point 15 ON


Off
Bnry Output Point 15 OFF
Off

OP Points
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The DNP / IEC 60870-5-104 point lists always begin with point 0 and end at the first Off
value. Since DNP / IEC 60870-5-104 point lists must be in one continuous block, any points
assigned after the first Off point are ignored.
BINARY INPUT POINTS
The DNP binary input data points are configured through the DNP / IEC104 POINT LISTS
BINARY INPUT / MSP POINTS menu. When a freeze function is performed on a binary
counter point, the frozen value is available in the corresponding frozen counter point.
BINARY INPUT POINTS
Static (Steady-State) Object Number: 1
Change Event Object Number: 2
Request Function Codes supported: 1 (read), 22 (assign class)
Static Variation reported when variation 0 requested: 2 (Binary Input with status),
Configurable
Change Event Variation reported when variation 0 requested: 2 (Binary Input Change
with Time), Configurable
Change Event Scan Rate: 8 times per power system cycle
Change Event Buffer Size: 1024
Default Class for All Points: 1
POINT NAME/DESCRIPTION COUNTERS
The following details lists both Binary Counters (Object 20) and Frozen Counters (Object 21).
When a freeze function is performed on a Binary Counter point, the frozen value is
available in the corresponding Frozen Counter point. 8 Series relay Digital Counter values
are represented as 16 or 32-bit integers. The DNP 3.0 protocol defines counters to be
unsigned integers. Care should be taken when interpreting negative counter values.
BINARY COUNTERS
Static (Steady-State) Object Number: 20
Change Event Object Number: 22

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Request Function Codes supported: 1 (read), 7 (freeze), 8 (freeze noack), 9 (freeze and
clear), 10 (freeze and clear, noack), 22 (assign class)
Static Variation reported when variation 0 requested: 1 (32-Bit Binary Counter with
Flag)
Change Event Variation reported when variation 0 requested: 1 (32-Bit Counter
Change Event without time)
Change Event Buffer Size: 10
Default Class for all points: 3
FROZEN COUNTERS
Static (Steady-State) Object Number: 21
Change Event Object Number: 23
Request Function Codes supported: 1 (read)
Static Variation reported when variation 0 requested: 1 (32-Bit Frozen Counter with
Flag)
Change Event Variation reported when variation 0 requested: 1 (32-Bit Counter
Change Event without time)
Change Event Buffer Size: 10
Default Class for all points: 3
BINARY AND FROZEN COUNTERS POINT INDEX NAME/DESCRIPTION
0 Digital Counter 1
1 Digital Counter 2
2 Digital Counter 3
3 Digital Counter 4
4 Digital Counter 5
5 Digital Counter 6
6 Digital Counter 7
7 Digital Counter 8
8 Digital Counter 9
9 Digital Counter 10
10 Digital Counter 11
11 Digital Counter 12
12 Digital Counter 13
13 Digital Counter 14
14 Digital Counter 15
15 Digital Counter 16
ANALOG INPUTS
It is important to note that 16-bit and 32-bit variations of analog inputs are transmitted
through DNP as signed numbers. Even for analog input points that are not valid as
negative values, the maximum positive representation is 32767 for 16-bit values and
2147483647 for 32-bit values. This is a DNP requirement. The deadbands for all Analog
Input points are in the same units as the Analog Input quantity. For example, an Analog
Input quantity measured in volts has a corresponding deadband in units of volts. Relay
settings are available to set default deadband values according to data type. Deadbands
for individual Analog Input Points can be set using DNP Object 34.
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1.

A default variation refers to the variation response when variation 0 is requested and/
or in class 0, 1, 2, or 3 scans. The default variations for object types 1, 2, 20, 21, 22, 23,
30, and 32 are selected via relay settings. This optimizes the class 0 poll data size.

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2.

For static (non-change-event) objects, qualifiers 17 or 28 are only responded when a


request is sent with qualifiers 17 or 28, respectively. Otherwise, static object requests
sent with qualifiers 00, 01, 06, 07, or 08, are responded with qualifiers 00 or 01. For
change event objects, qualifiers 17 or 28 are always responded.

Cold restarts are implemented the same as warm restarts the 8 Series relay is not
restarted, but the DNP process is restarted.

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Chapter 6: IEC 60870-5-104

IEC 60870-5-104

The IEC 60870-5-104 communications protocol is supported on Ethernet ports 4 and 5


only. Setting changes become active after rebooting.
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In 8 Series relay both DNP and IEC104 protocol can work at the same time, but the user
has to consider that there is only one point map. So, the two protocols use the same data
mapping, i.e., same point index and same point source.
The 8 Series relay supports up to two IEC104 client connections simultaneously.
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..\Communications\IEC 60870-5-104
Item Name
Value
Unit
Channel 1 Port
Network - TCP
Channel 2 Port
Network - TCP
Common Address of ASDU
0
Client Address 1
0. 0. 0. 0
Client Address 2
0. 0. 0. 0
TCP Port Number 1
2404
TCP Port Number 2
2404
Cyclic Data Period
60
s
Object Info Addrs Bnry
1000
Object Info Addrs Analog
2000
Object Info Addrs Countrs
3000
Object Info Addrs Cmnd
4000
Object Info Analog Param
5000
By default the Object Information Address for the different data is as follows:
M_SP (Single Points) = 1000
M_ME (Measured value) = 2000
M_IT (Integrated Totals) = 3000
C_SC or C_DC (Single or Double Command) = 4000
P_ME_NB (Parameter of measured value) = 5000
Each Measured value has a Parameter of measured value (P_ME_NB) associated to its
threshold.

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The IEC 60870-5-104 Deadbands settings are used to determine when to trigger
spontaneous responses containing M_ME_NB_1 analog data. Each setting represents the
threshold value for each M_ME_NB_1 analog point.
For example, to trigger spontaneous responses from the 8 Series relay when a current
value changes by 15 A, the Analog Point xx Deadband setting should be set to 15. Note
that these settings are the default values of the deadbands. P_ME_NB_1 (parameter of
measured value, scaled value) points can be used to change threshold values, from the
default, for each individual M_ME_NB_1 analog point. There are three ways to send the
measurands to the Master station. The measurands are part of the General Group and
Group 2, so when a general interrogation or group 2 interrogation takes place all the
measurands are included in the response. Also, there is a cyclic data period setting where
it is configured in the scan period to send the measurands to the Master. And the last way,
is by sending spontaneously when a deadband overflow takes place. The IEC104 Channels
sub-menu is shown below.
Commands are executed over the Binary Outputs. The first 8 Binary Outputs are
configured to receive Select/Operate Commands and the next 8 Binary Outputs are
configured to receive Direct Execute Commands.
The IEC104 CHANNEL 1 PORT and IEC104 CHANNEL 2 PORT settings select the
communications port assigned to the IEC104 protocol for each channel. When this setting
is set to Network - TCP, the IEC104 protocol can be used over TCP/IP on channels 1 or 2.
The IEC104 NETWORK CLIENT ADDRESS settings can force the 8 Series relay to respond
to a maximum of two specific IEC104 masters which own the configured IP Addresses. The
settings in this sub-menu are shown below.
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IEC104 Channel 1 Port takes the Port Number 1 and Client Address 1 to allow or reject
connections. The same method is used by channel 2.

GROUPS OF DATA
The data is organized into groups in order to provide values when the controlling station
requests them by a general or group interrogation.
Group 1 is set by the 96 Single Points (M_SP).
Group 2 is set by the 32 Measured values (M_ME).
Group 3 is set by the 32 Measured thresholds (P_ME).
These 96 Single Points and 32 Measured Values are also sent as a response to a General
Interrogation.
The Integrated Totals (M_IT) has its own Counter Group 1, and it is sent as a response to a
General Request Counter.

Interoperability
This document is adapted from the IEC 60870-5-104 standard. For this section the boxes
indicate the following: used in the standard direction; not used.
IEC 60870-5-104 Interoperability Document
System or device:
System definition.
Controlling station definition (master).
Controlled station definition (slave).
Application layer:Transmission mode for application data:Mode 1 (least significant octet
first), as defined in Clause 4.10 of IEC 60870-5-4, is used exclusively in this companion
standard.Common address of ASDU:

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Two octets.Information object address:


Three octets.
Structured
Unstructured
Cause of transmission:
Two octets (with originator address). Originator address is set to zero if not
used.Maximum length of APDU.253 in both directions (the maximum length is a fixed
system parameter).Selection of standard ASDUs.For the following lists, the boxes indicate
the following: used in standard direction;
not used.
Process information in monitor direction:
Table 6-1: Process information in monitor direction
Number / description

Mnemonic

<1> := Single-point information

M_SP_NA_1

<3> := Double-point information

M_DP_NA_1

<5> := Step position information

M_ST_NA_1

<7> := Bitstring of 32 bits

M_BO_NA_1

<9> := Measured value, normalized value

M_ME_NA_1

<11> := Measured value, scaled value

M_ME_NB_1

<13> := Measured value, short floating point value

M_ME_NC_1

<15> := Integrated totals

M_IT_NA_1

<20> := Packed single-point information with status change detection

M_SP_NA_1

<21> := Measured value, normalized value without quantity descriptor

M_ME_ND_1

<30> := Single-point information with time tag CP56Time2a

M_SP_TB_1

<31> := Double-point information with time tag CP56Time2a

M_DP_TB_1

<32> := Step position information with time tag CP56Time2a

M_ST_TB_1

<33> := Bitstring of 32 bits with time tag CP56Time2a

M_BO_TB_1

<34> := Measured value, normalized value with time tag CP56Time2a

M_ME_TD_1

<35> := Measured value, scaled value with time tag CP56Time2a

M_ME_TE_1

<36> := Measured value, short floating point value with time tag CP56Time2a M_ME_TF_1
<37> := Integrated totals with time tag CP56Time2a

M_IT_TB_1

<38> := Event of protection equipment with time tag CP56Time2a

M_EP_TD_1

<39> := Packed start events of protection equipment with time tag


CP56Time2a

M_EP_TE_1

<40> := Packed output circuit information of protection equipment with time M_EP_TF_1
tag CP56Time2a

Table 6-2: Process information in control direction


Number / description

Mnemonic

<45> := Single command

C_SC_NA_1

<46> := Double command

C_DC_NA_1

<47> := Regulating step command

C_RC_NA_1

<48> := Set point command, normalized value

C_SE_NA_1

<49> := Set point command, scaled value

C_SE_NB_1

<50> := Set point command, short floating point value

C_SE_NC_1

<51> := Bitstring of 32 bits

C_BO_NA_1

<58> := Single command with time tag CP56Time2a

C_SC_TA_1

<59> := Double command with time tag CP56Time2a

C_DC_TA_1

<60> := Regulating step command with time tag CP56Time2a

C_RC_TA_1

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Number / description

Mnemonic

<61> := Set point command, normalized value with time tag CP56Time2a

C_SE_TA_1

<62> := Set point command, scaled value with time tag CP56Time2a

C_SE_TB_1

<63> := Set point command, short floating point value with time tag
CP56Time2a

C_SE_TC_1

<64> := Bitstring of 32 bits with time tag CP56Time2a

C_BO_TA_1

Either the ASDUs of the set <45> to <51> or of the set <58> to <64> are used.
Table 6-3: System information in monitor direction
Number / description

Mnemonic

<70> := End of initialization

M_EI_NA_1

Table 6-4: System information in control direction


Number / description

Mnemonic

<100> := Interrogation command

C_IC_NA_1

<101> := Counter interrogation command

C_CI_NA_1

<102> := Read command

C_RD_NA_1

<103> := Clock synchronization command (see Clause 7.6 in standard)

C_CS_NA_1

<105> := Reset process command

C_RP_NA_1

<107> := Test command with time tag CP56Time2a

C_TS_TA_1

Table 6-5: Parameter in control direction


Number / description

Mnemonic

<110> := Parameter of measured value, normalized value

PE_ME_NA_1

<111> := Parameter of measured value, scaled value

PE_ME_NB_1

<112> := Parameter of measured value, short floating point value

PE_ME_NC_1

<113> := Parameter activation

PE_AC_NA_1

Table 6-6: File transfer


Number / description

Mnemonic

<120> := File ready

F_FR_NA_1

<121> := Section ready

F_SR_NA_1

<122> := Call directory, select file, call file, call section

F_SC_NA_1

<123> := Last section, last segment

F_LS_NA_1

<124> := Ack file, ack section

F_AF_NA_1

<125> := Segment

F_SG_NA_1

<126> := Directory (blank or X, available only in monitor [standard] direction) F_DR_TA_1


<127> := Query log - Request archive file

F_SC_NB_1

Type identifier and cause of transmission assignments (station-specific parameters) are


shown in the following tables. In these tables, shaded boxes () are not required, black
boxes () are not permitted in the companion standard, empty cells indicate the functions
or ASDU are not used, and a cross () indicates availability only in the standard direction.
Table 6-7: Cause of transmission numbers

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Number

Cause of transmission

Periodic, cyclic

Background scan

Spontaneous

Initialized

Request or requested

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Number

Cause of transmission

Activation

Activation confirmation

Deactivation

Deactivation confirmation

10

Activation termination

11

Return information caused by a remote command

12

Return information caused by a local command

13

File transfer

20

Interrogated by station interrogation

21 to 36

Interrogated by group <number> interrogation

37

Requested by general counter request

38 to 41

Requested by group <number> counter request

44

Unknown type of identification

45

Unknown cause of transmission

46

Unknown command address of ASDU

47

Unknown information object address

Table 6-8: Cause of transmission assignments


Type identification

Cause of transmission

No.

Mnemonic

<1>

M_SP_NA_1

<2>

M_SP_TA_1

<3>

M_DP_NA_1

<4>

M_DP_TA_1

<5>

M_ST_NA_1

<6>

M_ST_TA_1

<7>

M_BO_NA_1

<8>

M_BO_TA_1

<9>

M_ME_NA_1

<10>

M_ME_TA_1

<11>

M_ME_NB_1

<12>

M_ME_TB_1

<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

<18>

M_EP_TB_1

<19>

M_EP_TC_1

<20>

M_PS_NA_1

<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

10 11 12 13 20 37 44 45 46 47
to to
36 41

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Type identification

Cause of transmission

No.

Mnemonic

<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>

M_EP_TF_1

<45>

C_SC_NA_1

<46>

C_DC_NA_1

<47>

C_RC_NA_1

<48>

C_SE_NA_1

<49>

C_SE_NB_1

<50>

C_SE_NC_1

<51>

C_BO_NA_1

<58>

C_SC_TA_1

<59>

C_DC_TA_1

<60>

C_RC_TA_1

<61>

C_SE_TA_1

<62>

C_SE_TB_1

<63>

C_SE_TC_1

<64>

C_BO_TA_1

<70>

M_EI_NA_1*)

10 11 12 13 20 37 44 45 46 47
to to
36 41

<100> C_IC_NA_1

<101> C_CI_NA_1

<102> C_RD_NA_1

<103> C_CS_NA_1

<104> C_TS_NA_1

<105> C_RP_NA_1

<106> C_CD_NA_1

<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

<126> F_DR_TA_1*)

<127> F_SC_NB_1*)
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Basic application functions:

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Station initialization:
Remote initialization.
Cyclic data transmission:
Cyclic data transmission.
Read procedure:
Read procedure.
Spontaneous transmission:
Spontaneous transmission.
Double transmission of information objects with cause of transmission spontaneous:
The following type identifications may be transmitted in succession caused by a single
status change of an information object. The particular information object addresses for
which double transmission is enabled are defined in a project-specific list.
Single point information: M_SP_NA_1, M_SP_TA_1, M_SP_TB_1, and M_PS_NA_1.
Double point information: M_DP_NA_1, M_DP_TA_1, and M_DP_TB_1.
Step position information: M_ST_NA_1, M_ST_TA_1, and M_ST_TB_1.
Bitstring of 32 bits: M_BO_NA_1, M_BO_TA_1, and M_BO_TB_1 (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.
Station interrogation:
Group 1.
Group 2.
Group 3.
Group 4.
Group 5.
Group 6.
Group 7.
Group 8.
Group 9.
Group 10.
Group 11.
Group 12.
Group 13.
Group 14.
Group 15.
Group 16.
Global.
Clock synchronization:
Clock synchronization (optional, see Clause 7.6).
Day of week used.
RESI, GEN (time tag substituted/not substituted)
SU-bit (summertime) used.
Command transmission:
Direct command transmission.
Direct setpoint command transmission.
Select and execute command.

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Select and execute setpoint command.


C_SE ACTTERM used.
No additional definition.
Short pulse duration (duration determined by a system parameter in the outstation).
Long pulse duration (duration determined by a system parameter in the outstation).
Persistent output.
Supervision of maximum delay in command direction of commands and setpoint
commands.
Maximum allowable delay of commands and setpoint commands: 5 s.
Transmission of integrated totals:
Mode A: Local freeze with spontaneous transmission.
Mode B: Local freeze with counter interrogation.
Mode C: Freeze and transmit by counter-interrogation commands.
Mode D: Freeze by counter-interrogation command, frozen values reported
simultaneously.
Counter read.
Counter freeze without reset.
Counter freeze with reset.
Counter reset.
General request counter.
Request counter group 1.
Request counter group 2.
Request counter group 3.
Request counter group 4.
Parameter loading:
Threshold value.
Smoothing factor.
Low limit for transmission of measured values.
High limit for transmission of measured values.
Parameter activation:
Activation/deactivation of persistent cyclic or periodic transmission of the addressed
object.
Test procedure:
Test procedure.
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:
Background scan.
Definition of timeouts:

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Parameter

Default value

t0

Remarks

Selected value

Timeout of connection establishment

N/A

t1

15 s

Timeout of send or test APDUs

15 s

t2

10 s

Timeout for acknowledgements in case of no


data messages t2 < t1

10 s

t3

20 s

Timeout for sending test frames in case of a


long idle state

20 s

Maximum range of values for all time outs: 1 to 255 s, accuracy 1 s.


Maximum number of outstanding I-format APDUs (k) and latest acknowledge APDUs (w):
Parameter

Default value

Remarks

12 APDUs

Maximum difference receive sequence number 12 APDUs


to send state variable

Selected value

8 APDUs

Latest acknowledge after receiving w I-format


APDUs

8 APDUs

Maximum range of values k: 1 to 32767 (215 1) APDUs, accuracy 1 APDU.


Maximum range of values w: 1 to 32767 APDUs, accuracy 1 APDU.
Recommendation: w should not exceed two-thirds of k.
Port number:
Parameter

Value

Remarks

Port number

2404

In all cases

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. The suitable selection of
documents from RFC 2200 defined in this standard for given projects has to be chosen by
the user of this standard.
Ethernet 802.3.
Serial X.21 interface.
Other selection(s) from RFC 2200 (list below if selected).

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IEC 60870-5-103

The point map for the 103 is different from the one shared by the IEC104 and DNP
protocols. IEC 60870-5-103 serial communications protocol is supported on the rear RS485
port only.
The DNP, 103 and Modbus can not be enabled simultaneously. Only one instance of
DNP3.0, IEC 103 or Modbus can run on the RS485 serial port.
Path: Setpoints > Device > Communications > IEC60870-5-103
To view the list of binary inputs, see the 8 Series relay Flexlogic Operands table in the
Setpoints/ FlexLogic section of the individual 8 Series relay instruction manual.
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The user must pay attention when configuring the function type and information number
of the different points, because they must be unique. There is no mechanism in the
EnerVista 8 Series Setup software or the front panel HMI to detect duplication of the
information index.
The IEC 60870-5-103 point lists always begin with point 0 and end at the first Off value.
Since IEC 60870-5-103 point lists must be in one continuous block, any points assigned
after the first Off point are ignored.

Cause of Transmission
The cause of transmission is an unsigned integer which takes one of the values specified in
the following tables.
Table 7-1: Cause of Transmission in the Monitor Direction
Value

Description

<1>

Spontaneous

<2>

Cyclic

<3>

Reset frame count bit (FCB)

<4>

Reset communications unit (CU)

<5>

Start/Restart

<6>

Power on

<8>

Time synchronization

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Value

Description

<9>

General interrogation

<10>

Termination of general interrogation

<20>

Positive ack of command

<21>

Nack of command

Table 7-2: Cause of Transmission in the Control Direction


Value

Description

<8>

Time synchronization

<9>

Initiation of general interrogation

<20>

General command

Communications Menus
The following show the menus and sub-menus for the 103 protocols.
PATH: SETPOINTS > DEVICE > COMMUNICATIONS > IEC 60870-5-103 PROTOCOL
Range: 0 to 254 in steps of 1
n IEC 60870-5-103
IEC103 COMMON ASDU
n PROTOCOL
ADDRS

IEC103 Sync Timeout:


0

Message

Range: 0 to 1440 min in steps of 1

PATH: SETPOINTS > DEVICE > COMMUNICATIONS > IEC103 POINT LISTS
IEC103
POINT LISTS

BINARY INPUTS

Message

MEASURANDS

Message

COMMANDS

Range: see sub-menu below

Range: see sub-menu below

Range: see sub-menu below

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BINAR< INPUTS

7-2

Point 0 Func Type:


0

Range: 0 to 255 in steps of 1


Default: 0

Message

Point 0 Info Num:


0

Range: 0 to 255 in steps of 1


Default: 0

Message

Point 0:
off

Range: FlexLogic operand


Default: Off

Message

Point 95 Func Type:


0

Range: 0 to 255 in steps of 1


Default: 0

Message

Point 95 Info Num:


0

Range: 0 to 255 in steps of 1


Default: 0

Message

Point 95:
off

Range: FlexLogic operand


Default: Off

TM

TM

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MEASURANDS

FIRST ASDU
SECOND ASDU
THIRD ASDU
FOURTH ASDU

There are four measurand ASDUs with the following sub-menu.


PATH: SETPOINTS > DEVICE > COMMUNICATIONS > IEC103 POINT LISTS > MEASURANDS >
FIRST ASDU
n FIRST ASDU
n

First ASDU
Ident Type: 0

Range: 3, 9
Default: 3

Message

First ASDU
Func Type: 0

Range: 0 to 255 in steps of 1


Default: 0

Message

First ASDU
Info Num: 0

Range: 0 to 255 in steps of 1


Default: 0

Message

First ASDU
Scan Timeout: 0 s

Range: 0 to 1000 s in steps of 1


Default: 0

Message

First Analog Entry:


Off

Range: FlexAnalog parameter


Default: Off

Message

First Analog Factor:


0

Range:
to 65.535
in steps
Range:0.000
0 to 255
in steps
of 1 of 0.001
Default:
Default:00

Message

First Analog Factor:


Offset:
0

Range:
toin
+32767
in steps
of 1
Range: -32768
0 to 255
steps of
1
Default:
Default: 00

Message

Ninth Analog Entry:


Off

Range: FlexAnalog parameter


Default: Off

Message

Ninth
AnalogFactor:
Factor:
First Analog
0

Range:0.000
0 to 255
in steps
of 1 of 0.001
Range:
to 65.535
in steps
Default:00
Default:

Message

NinthAnalog
First
AnalogFactor:
Offset:
0

Range: -32768
Range:
0 to 255
toin
+32767
steps of
in steps
1
of 1
Default: 00
Default:

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COMMANDS

Command 0 Func Type:


0

Range: 0 to 255 in steps of 1


Default: 0

Message

Command 0 Info Num:


0

Range: 0 to 255 in steps of 1


Default: 0

Message

Command 0 ON:
off

Range: FlexLogic operand


Default: Off

Message

Command 0 OFF:
off

Range: FlexLogic operand


Default: Off

Message

Command 31 Func Type:


0

Range: 0 to 255 in steps of 1


Default: 0

Message

First Analog31
Factor:
Command
Info Num:
0

Range: 0 to 255 in steps of 1


Default: 0

Message

Command
ON:
First Analog31
Factor:
off
0

Message

Command 31 OFF:
off

TM

TM

TM
0 to 255 in
steps
of 1
Range: FlexLogic
operand
0
Default: Off

Range: FlexLogicTM operand


Default: Off

Interoperability

Physical layer
Electrical interface

Optical interface

Transmission speed

EIA RS-485

32

Number of loads for one protection equipment

Glass fibre

Plastic fibre

F-SMA type connector

BFOC/2,5 type connector

9600 bits/s

19200 bits/s

Link layer
There are no choices for the Link Layer.

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Application layer
Transmission mode
for application data
Common address of
ASDU

Mode 1 (least significant octet first), is used exclusively in this companion standard.

One COMMON ADDRESS OF ASDU (identical with station address)


More than one COMMON ADDRESS OF ASDU

Selection of standard
information numbers
in monitor direction

Table 7-3: System functions in monitor direction


INF

Semantics

<0>

End of general interrogation

<0>

Time synchronization

<2>

Reset FCB

<3>

Reset CU

<4>

Start/restart

<5>

Power on

Table 7-4: Status indications in monitor direction


INF

Semantics

<16>

Auto-recloser active

<17>

Teleprotection active

<18>

Protection active

<19>

LED reset

<20>

Monitor direction blocked

<21>

Test mode

<22>

Local parameter setting

<23>

Characteristic 1

<24>

Characteristic 2

<25>

Characteristic 3

<26>

Characteristic 4

<27>

Auxiliary input 1

<28>

Auxiliary input 2

<29>

Auxiliary input 3

<30>

Auxiliary input 4

8 Series relay
Identifier

8 Series relay
Data Text

Table 7-5: Supervision indications in monitor direction


INF

Semantics

<32>

Measurand supervision I

<33>

Measurand supervision V

<35>

Phase sequence supervision

<36>

Trip circuit supervision

<37>

I>> back-up operation

<38>

VT fuse failure

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INF

Semantics

<39>

Teleprotection disturbed

<46>

Group warning

<47>

Group alarm

8 Series relay
Identifier

8 Series relay
Data Text

8 Series relay
Identifier

8 Series relay
Data Text

8 Series relay
Identifier

8 Series relay
Data Text

Table 7-6: Earth fault indications in monitor direction


INF

Semantics

<48>

Earth fault L1

<49>

Earth fault L2

<50>

Earth fault L3

<51>

Earth fault forward, i.e. line

<52>

Earth fault reverse, i.e. busbar

Table 7-7: Fault indications in monitor direction

7-6

INF

Semantics

<64>

Start / pick-up L1

<65>

Start / pick-up L2

<66>

Start / pick-up L3

<67>

Start / pick-up N

<68>

General trip

<69>

Trip L1

<70>

Trip L2

<71>

Trip L3

<72>

Trip I>> (back-up operation)

<73>

Fault location X in ohms

<74>

Fault forward / line

<75>

Fault reverse / busbar

<76>

Teleprotection signal transmitted

<77>

Teleprotection signal received

<78>

Zone 1

<79>

Zone 2

<80>

Zone 3

<81>

Zone 4

<82>

Zone 5

<83>

Zone 6

<84>

General start / pick-up

<85>

Breaker failure

<86>

Trip measuring system L1

<87>

Trip measuring system L2

<88>

Trip measuring system L3

<89>

Trip measuring system E

<90>

Trip I>

<91>

Trip I>>

<92>

Trip IN>

<93>

Trip IN>>

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Table 7-8: Auto-reclosure indications in monitor direction


INF

Semantics

<128>

CB on by AR

<129>

CB on by long-time AR

<130>

AR blocked

8 Series relay
Identifier

8 Series relay
Data Text

8 Series relay
Identifier

8 Series relay
Data Text

Table 7-9: Measurands in monitor direction


INF

Semantics

<144>

Measurand I

<145>

Measurands I, V

<146>

Measurands I, V, P, Q

<147>

Measurands In, Ven

<148>

Measurands IL123, VL123, P, Q, f

Table 7-10: Generic functions in monitor direction

Selection of standard
information numbers
in control direction

INF

Semantics

<240>

Read headings of all defined groups

<241>

Read values or attributes of all entries of one group

<243>

Read directory of a single entry

<244>

Read value or attribute of a single entry

<245>

End of general interrogation of generic data

<249>

Write entry with confirmation

<250>

Write entry with execution

<251>

Write entry aborted

Table 7-11: System functions in control direction


INF

Semantics

<0>

Initiation of general interrogation

<0>

Time synchronization

Table 7-12: General commands in control direction


INF

Semantics

<16>

Auto-recloser on / off

<17>

Teleprotection on / off

<18>

Protection on / off

<19>

LED reset

<23>

Activate characteristic 1

<24>

Activate characteristic 2

<25>

Activate characteristic 3

<26>

Activate characteristic 4

Table 7-13: General functions in control direction


INF

Semantics

<240>

Read headings of all defined groups

<241>

Read values or attributes of all entries of one group

<243>

Read directory of a single entry

<244>

Read value or attribute of a single entry

<245>

General interrogation of generic data

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INF

Semantics

<248>

Write entry

<249>

Write entry with confirmation

<250>

Write entry with execution

<251>

Write entry abort

Test mode

Blocking of monitor direction

Disturbance data

Generic services

Private data

Miscellaneous
Measurand

Max. MVAL = times rated value


1,2

7-8

or

2,4

Current L1

Current L2

Current L3

Voltage L1-E

Voltage L2-E

Voltage L3-E

Active power P

Reactive power Q

Frequency f

Voltage L1-L2

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IEC 61850

The optional communications processor supports both the IEC61850 GOOSE and IEC
61850 MMS Server service as per IEC 61850 standard Ed. 2. The GOOSE messaging service
provides the 8 Series relay unit the ability to Publish/Subscribe Digital Input Status and its
Quality and Timestamp to/from other IEDs with supporting GOOSE messaging service,
while the server support allows remote control center, RTU/Gateway, local HMI or other
client role devices access to the relay for monitoring and control. The configuration of
IEC61850 services is accomplished using the 8 Series relay configuration software,
EnerVista 8 Series Setup software. A rebooting MUST be done before any changes made
take affect.

General
IEC61850 SERVER
The IEC 61850 Server (i.e., 8 Series relay) reports data to the IEC 61850 Client, such as Local
HMI, RTU and Gateway with the information of logical device, data sets, data control block,
logical nodes and their data attributes.
The following tables list the logical nodes and number of instances for each of the LNs that
are supported within the 8 Series relay.
LOGICAL NODES
Table 8-1: Communications Elements in the 8 Series relay
8 Series relay Communications Elements

Corresponding IEC61850 Supported in


Logical node and number 8 Series relay
of instances

Port status

LCCH (3)

Remote Device

LGOS (8)

Time master supervision

LTMS

Time management

LTIM

PHYSICAL DEVICE INFORMATION

LPHD

Yes

Logical Node 0

LLN0

Yes

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Table 8-2: Protection and Protection Related Elements in the 8 Series relay
8 Series relay Protection Elements

IEC61850 IEC61850 Logical Node (# of instances)


845

850

869

889

GENERIC PROCESS I/O

GGIO

GGIO(6)

GGIO(6)

GGIO(6)

GGIO(6)

METERING AND MEASUREMENT

MMXU

MMXU(3)

MMXU(2)

MMXU(1)

MMXU(5)

SEQUENCE AND IMBALANCE

MSQI

MSQI(3)

MSQI(1)

MSQI(1)

MSQI(4)

NON PHASE RELATED METERING

MMXN

CIRCUIT BREAKER

XCBR

XCBR(3)

XCBR(1)

XCBR(1)

XCBR(2)

BREAKER FAILURE

RBRF

RBRF(3)

RBRF(1)

RBRF(1)

RFRF(2)

SYNCHROCHECK

RSYN

AUTORECLOSING

RREC

PHASE TOC 1-3 (51P)

PTOC

PTOC(3)

PTOC(2)

PTOC(1)

PTOC(2)

PHASE IOC 1-3 (50P)

PIOC

PIOC(8)

PIOC(2)

PIOC(2)

PIOC(6)

PHASE DIRECTIONAL OC (67P)

RDIR

RDIR(1)

RDIR(1)

RDIR(1)

RDIR(1)

NEUTRAL TOC1-2 (51N)

PTOC

PTOC(3)

PTOC(2)

PTOC(1)

PTOC(2)

NEUTRAL IOC 1-2 (50N)

PIOC

PIOC(6)

PIOC(2)

PIOC(2)

PIOC(3)

NEUTRAL DIRECTIONAL OC (67N)

RDIR

RDIR(1)

RDIR(1)

RDIR(1)

RDIR(1)

GROUND TOC 1 (51G)

PTOC

PTOC(3)

PTOC(1)

PTOC(1)

PTOC(2)

GROUND IOC 1 (50G)

PIOC

PIOC(6)

PIOC(1)

PIOC(2)

PIOC(2)

GROUND DIRECTIONAL OC (67G)

RDIR

RDIR(1)

RDIR(1)

RDIR(1)

SENSITIVE GROUND TOC (51SG)

PTOC

PTOC(1)

PTOC(1)

SENSITIVE GROUND IOC (50 SG)

PIOC

PIOC(1)

PIOC(1)

SENS. GROUND DIRECTIONAL OC (67SG)

RDIR

RDIR(1)

RDIR(1)

NEGATIVE SEQUENCE TOC (51_2)

PTOC

PTOC(3)

PTOC(1)

PTOC(1)

NEGATIVE SEQUENCE IOC (50_2)

PIOC(3)

PIOC(3)

PIOC(1)

PIOC(1)

NEGATIVE SEQUENCE DIRECTIONAL (67_2)

RDIR

PHASE UNDERVOLTAGE 1-2 (27P)

PTUV

PTUV(2)

PTUV(2)

PTUV(2)

PTUV(2)

AUX UNDERVOLTAGE 1 -2(27X)

PTUV

PTUV(2)

PTUV(2)

PTUV(2)

PTUV(2)

AUX OVERVOLTAGE 1 -2(59X)

PTOV

PTOV(1)

PTOV(1)

PTOV(1)

PTOV(2)

PHASE OVERVOLTAGE 1 -2(59P)

PTOV

PTOV(2)

PTOV(2)

PTOV(2)

PTOV(2)

NEUTRAL OVERVOLTAGE (59N)

PTOV

PTOV(1)

PTOV(1)

PTOV(1)

PTOV(1)

NEGATIVE SEQUENCE OVERVOLTAGE (59_2) PTOV

PTOV(2)

PTOV(1)

PTOV(1)

PTOV(1)

VT FUSE FAIL

TVTR

TVTR(1)

TVTR(1)

TVTR(1)

TVTR(1)

PDOP

PDOP(2)

PDOP(2)

PDOP(2)

PDOP(2)

UNDERFREQUENCY 1-4 (81U)

PTUF

PTUF(4)

PTUF(6)

PTUF(4)

PTUF(4)

OVERFREQUENCY 1 -2(81O)

PTOF

PTOF(2)

PTOF(4)

PTOF(2)

PTOF(2)

THERMAL OVERLOAD

PTTR

FREQUENCY RATE OF CHANGE (81df/dt)

PFRC

PFRC(4)

PFRC(6)

PFRC(2)

PFRC(2)

POWER FACTOR 1

POPF

FAULT LOCATOR

RFLO

RREC(1)

RDIR(1)

PIOC(3)
RDIR(1)

REVERSE POWER (32RP)


DIRECTIONAL POWER (32)
WATTMETRIC GND FAULT

RFLO(15)

CURRENT LEVEL
MANUAL CLOSE BLOCKING
LOAD ENCROACHMENT
COLD LOAD PICKUP
BUS TRANSFER
UNDERVOLTAGE RESTORATION

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8 Series relay Protection Elements

IEC61850 IEC61850 Logical Node (# of instances)


845

850

869

889

UNDERFREQUENCY RESTORATION
EARTH LEAKAGE

PHIZ

RESTRICTED EARTH FAULT


LOAD ENCROACHMENT
BROKEN CONDUCTOR
CABLE THERMAL MODEL

NOTE:

NOTE

TRIP BUS

PTRC

PTRC(6)

PTRC(6)

PTRC(6)

PTRC(6)

RTD

TTMP

TTMP(13)

TTMP(13)

TTMP(13)

TTMP(13)

W1 Xfmr Overload

PTTR

PTTR(1)

WINDING HOTTEST-SPOT TEMPERATURE

PTTR

PTTR(1)

XFRM INSTANT DIFFERENTIAL

PDIF

PDIF(1)

XFRM PERCENT DIFFERENTIAL

PDIF

PDIF(1)

VOLTS PER HERTZ

PVPH

PVPH(2)

PVPH(2)

PHASE REVERSAL

PTOV(1)

PTOV(1)

CURRENT UNBALANCE

PTOC(2)

PTOC(2)

ACCELERATION TIME

PTOC(1)

LOAD INCREASE

PTOC(1)

GROUND FAULT

PIOC(2)

MECHANICAL JAM

PIOC(1)

SHORT CIRCUIT

PIOC(1)

THERMAL MODEL

PTTR(1)

RESTART INHIBITED

PMRI(1)

UNDERPOWER

PDUP(2)

UNDERCURRENT

PTUC(2)

STATOR DIFFERENTIAL

PDIF(1)

PTOC(1)

THIRD HARMONIC NEUTRAL

PTUV(1)

GENERATOR PERCENT DIFFERENTIAL

PDIF(1)

OVERALL PERCENT DIFFERENTIAL

PDIF(1)

LOSS OF EXCITATION

PDIS(2)

OOS

PPAM(1)

THERMAL OVERLOAD

PTTR(1)

INADVERTENT ENERGIZATION

PIOC(1)

OFFLINE OVERCURRENT

PIOC(1)

The Generic IO is mapped to GGIO nodes as follows:


GGIO1 This logical node is mapped to Remote outputs. 8 Series supports 32 remote
outputs. The User can configure them in the IEC61850 Configurator -> Settings tab
GGIO2 This logical node is mapped to Contact input in the 8 Series
GGIO3 This logical node is mapped to Virtual input. 8 Series supports 32 virtual inputs.
The User can configure virtual inputs in 8 Series setpoints -> Input -> Virtual Inputs.
GGIO4 This logical node is mapped to Virtual output. 8 Series supports upto 32 Virtual
outputs. The User can configure virtual outputs using the FlexLogic / Logic Designer
feature
GGIO5 This logical node is mapped to Remote input. 8 Series supports upto 32 remote
inputs. The User can configure remote inputs in the IEC61850 configurator -> GOOSE
Reception tab
GGIO6 Contact output / output relays

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Data Obj

data attribute

PhyHealth

Type

FC

ENS
stVal

ENUMERATED

Name

Description
This physical devices health

ST

3 when ANY MINOR ERROR ==On;


2 when ANY MAJOR ERROR==On;
1 otherwise

Each logical node within the preceding tables support all mandatory attributes in addition
to the optional data attributes (that are supported within the protection element). See
figure PDIF Class.
Figure 8-1: PDIF Class

Functionality
CLIENT CONNECTIONS
The 8 Series relay supports up to four IEC61850 concurrent client connections.
LOGICAL DEVICES AND REPORTS
Supported buffered and un-buffered report, the report triggers are shown in the
Supported Triggers list.
Supported Triggers

Data-change

Integrity

General-interrogation

Supported buffered and un-buffered report option fields are shown in the Field list.
Field

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Sequence number

Report time stamp

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Reason for inclusion

Data set name

Data-ref

Buffer-overflow (Buffered reports only)

Entry id (Buffered reports only)

Conf- revision

Report control block configuration settings are modified from IEC61850 advanced
configurator writing directly in a CID file. There is no Modbus register assigned to those.
The datasets for reports are fully configurable with CDCs from any Logical Node.
The Description field in the LN is fixed text and it can not be updated from the Modbus
settings.

The IEC 61850 Configurator


The 8 Series relay supports the IEC 61850 protocol which is identified by order code option
2A or 2E.
The IEC 61850 configurator is found in both the online and offline section of the EnerVista
8 Series Setup software for configuring the online 8 Series relay and offline
8 Series relay settings file respectively.

Online and Offline Setup


ONLINE SETTINGS FILE
Two options are available to configure the relays online settings file.
1.

2.

Configuration

Configure the 8 Series relay (having order code option: IEC 61850) through the
Device Setup or Quick connect screen.

The IEC 61850 Configurator tree item is displayed after Maintenance. See figure
below.

Launch the online IEC 61850 configurator screen, by double-clicking on the


IEC61850 Configurator tree item.

Select the required settings from the different tab displays (in the configurator
screen) to complete the IEC 61850 configuration.

Online right-click option

Select any online relay and right click on the selected tree item. More options
become available for selection, as shown in the next examples.

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Example of Additional Options


Generate ICD file: The menu option generates a default ICD file with the respective
order code option and saves the file to the path the user has selected previously.

Read Device Settings: The menu option reads all the settings from the relay by TFTP
and creates an 8 Series relay file with extension *.CID. The created *.CID file consists of
two sections. A private section where all non IEC 61850 settings are available, and a
public section in which IEC 61850 related settings are implemented.
FASTPATH:

When creating a CID file using a 3rd party ICT/SCL tool, the user must ensure the following:

The order code in the CID file must match the device order code if writing the CID
file directly into the relay (without using the Enervista software). The "Desc" value
in communication settings of the CID file must match the relays order code.

The maximum allowed services must be equal or below the specified limits as in
ICD/CID.

Configure Datasets only in "LLN0" logical node.

Creating new LD, LN, and communication-AP settings is not recommended.

OFFLINE SETTINGS FILE


The Generate ICD file menu option generates a default ICD file with the respective order
code option and saves the file to the path the user has selected previously.

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IEC 61850 Configurator Details


The IEC61850 Configurator allows the user to edit all sections of the IEC61850 CID and ICD
file. The user cannot perform any other operations in the EnerVista 8 Series Setup software
if the IEC 61850 Configurator is open. The user must close the IEC61850 session to perform
other operations in the EnerVista software.
The IEC 61850 configurator consists of five sections:

ICD/CID

ICD/CID

Settings

Reports

GOOSE Reception

GOOSE Transmission

Select the ICD/CID tab in the IEC 61850 Configurator window. The ICD/CID tab consists of
the ICD Explorer window to the left side of the view. The ICD Explorer window allows the
user to navigate through the data model of the relay and change desired IEC 61850
parameters such as the Logical Device Name, MMS port and others.

To Modify the Parameters


1.

Select a parameter in the ICD Explorer window to open the Attributes window in the
right part of the screen.

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2.

In the Attributes window, double click in the Value column of the table and enter the
new value for that parameter.
For example, from the Attributes window the user can set the IED name, description,
and configuration version for the Logical Device, see preceding figure.
Parameters

IP, IP-Subnet, IP-Gateway: The parameters are the configured IP details in the device.

OSI parameters: The parameters must be configured according to the IEC 61850
standard.

MMS TCP Port Number: The range of the setting is 1 to 65535, in steps of 1. The setting
allows the user to change the TCP port number for MMS connections.

TCP Connection timeout: The range of the setting is 10 to 1800 s, in steps of 10. The
setting is useful for detecting fail IEC 61850 connections. The timer must be
application specific for IEC 61850. If there is no data traffic on an established TCP
connection for more than this setting time, the connection is disconnected from the
server.

GOOSE Transmission on port -4 and port-5 (which are the 2 fiber optic ports available)
is configurable. The user can choose either port or both of the ports for GOOSE
transmissions and receptions. The logical nodes displayed under the GEDevice >
8 Series relay tree (see figure below) are shown based on the order code. If a

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particular order code does not support certain protection and control functions, the
respective logical node is not shown in the list.

Settings

The Settings tab consists of General Settings, DAI Settings tab, and GGIO1 Indications tab.
1.

General Settings
IED NameRange:
Up to 64 alphanumeric characters
The IED Name represents the MMS domain name (IEC 61850 logical device) where all
IEC/MMS logical nodes are located. Valid characters for these values are upper and
lowercase letters, numbers, and the underscore (_) character, and the first character
in the string must be a letter. This conforms to the IEC 61850 standard.
LDevice inst
Range: Up to 64 alphanumeric characters
The setting represents the MMS domain name (IEC 61850 logical device) where all IEC/
MMS logical nodes are located. Valid characters for these values are upper and
lowercase letters, numbers, and the underscore (_) character. The first character in the
string must be a letter. This conforms to the IEC 61850 standard.

2.

DAI Settings tab

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DAI settings contains these features for configuration: MMXU & MSQI logical nodes,
GGIO3 logical node, XCBR logical node.
MMXU & MSQI Logical nodes
Range: 1 to 100.000 %
The MMXU & MSQI deadband settings represent the deadband values used to
determine when to update the MMXU mag and cVal values from the associated
instmag and instcVal values. The mag and cVal values are used for the IEC
61850 buffered and unbuffered reports. The settings correspond to the associated
db data items in the CF functional constraint of the MMXU logical node, as per the
IEC 61850 standard. According to IEC 61850-7-3, the db value shall represent the
percentage of difference between the maximum and minimum in units of 0.001%.
Thus, it is important to know the maximum value for each MMXU measured quantity,
since this represents the 100.00% value for the deadband.
MIN/MAX VALUES FOR MMXU NODES
The equations to calculate minimum (min) and maximum (max) values in the MMXU
nodes are as follows:
Table 8-3: Calculate Min/Max MMXU Node Values
MMXU Node Value

To Calculate

TotW

max = (Phase CT Primary * 46) * (Phase VT Ratio * 240) / 1000


min = -max
Note that the max is divided by 1000 to convert from W to kW

TotVar

max = (Phase CT Primary * 46) * (Phase VT Ratio * 240) / 1000


min = -max

TotVA

max = (Phase CT Primary * 46) * (Phase VT Ratio * 240) / 1000


min = -max

TotPF

max = 1
min = -1

Hz

max = 90
min = 0

HzRte

max = 15
min = -15

PPV

max = Phase VT Ratio * 240


min = 0

PhV

max = Phase VT Ratio * 240


min = 0

A$phsA, phsB, phsC

max = (Phase CT Primary * 46)


min = 0

A$neut

max = (Ground CT Primary * 46)


min = 0

A$net

max = (Phase CT Primary * 46)


min = 0

A$res

max = (Sens. Ground CT Primary * 3)


min = 0

AuxV

max = Aux. VT Ratio * 240


min = 0

SeqA$c1, c2 ,c3

max = (Phase CT Primary * 46)


min = 0

SeqV$c1, c2, c3

max = (Phase VT Ratio * 240)


min = 0

dbAng

angle dB = (DB percentage* 360)

See the following list of supported parameters for the 8 Series relay. Note that the
same list is also supported for the MSQI logical node. MSQI parameters are displayed
only if the relay supports sensitive ground CT.

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Supported Parameters (names begin with 845, 850, 869, or 889 depending on the specific relay)
850.MMXU1$CF$TotW$db
850.MMXU1$CF$TotVAr$db
850.MMXU1$CF$TotVA$db
850.MMXU1$CF$TotPF$db
850.MMXU1$CF$Hz$db
850.MMXU1$CF$Hz3VT$db
850.MMXU1$CF$HzVx$db
850.MMXU1$CF$PPV$phsAB$db
850.MMXU1$CF$PPV$phsAB$dbAng
850.MMXU1$CF$PPV$phsBC$db
850.MMXU1$CF$PPV$phsBC$dbAng
850.MMXU1$CF$PPV$phsCA$db
850.MMXU1$CF$PPV$phsCA$dbAng
850.MMXU1$CF$PhV$phsA$db
850.MMXU1$CF$PhV$phsA$dbAng
850.MMXU1$CF$PhV$phsB$db
850.MMXU1$CF$PhV$phsB$dbAng
850.MMXU1$CF$PhV$phsC$db
850.MMXU1$CF$PhV$phsC$dbAng
850.MMXU1$CF$PhV$neut$db
850.MMXU1$CF$PhV$neut$dbAng
850.MMXU1$CF$A$phsA$db
850.MMXU1$CF$A$phsA$dbAng
850.MMXU1$CF$A$phsB$db
850.MMXU1$CF$A$phsB$dbAng
850.MMXU1$CF$A$phsC$db
850.MMXU1$CF$A$phsC$dbAng
850.MMXU1$CF$A$neut$db
850.MMXU1$CF$A$neut$dbAng
850.MMXU1$CF$A$net$db
850.MMXU1$CF$A$net$dbAng
850.MMXU1$CF$AuxV$db
850.MMXU1$CF$AuxV$dbAng

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GGIO3 Logical Node


Range: Enum
These are the control models supported: (0) status only, (1) direct-with-normalsecurity. They can be configured under the Value column.

XCBR Logical Node


Range: the sboTimeout setting range is 500 to 60000 msec
The XCBR1 Pos sboTimeout setting is used to select SBO timeout value. To be
successful, the IEC 61850 "operate" command must be executed after the "select"
command within the XCBR1 Pos sboTimeout setting value.
XCBR-POS can be configured for status only, Direct operate, Select before operate,
Direct operate with enhanced, SBO enhanced.
3.

Reports

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GGIO 1 Indications tab (FlexLogic Operand Interface)


GGIO1 is a workaround that allows any 8 Series relay FlexLogic operands to be
mapped into the IED 61850 information model. Once in the model, the operand status
is visible via MMS services and may be added to datasets for GOOSE and reports.
There are up to 32 GGIO1 indications that can be used to map those digital values.
These GGIO1 indications are assigned by the corresponding setpoint that can be
modified in the Settings Tab screen of the 61850 configurator. There, the user can
select the mapping element from the FlexLogic operand list similar to DNP or IEC104
binary input point configuration.

The Reports tab in IEC 61580 Configurator permits configuration of data sets and report
control blocks for buffered and unbuffered reports.

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Figure 8-2: Reports Screen

The screen helps the user to create, modify and delete Report Control Blocks (RCBs) and
Datasets. Each Report Control Block must have a maximum of 4 different clients up to a
maximum of 4 Report Control Blocks linked to their Datasets. Each dataset must have a
maximum of 64 elements in total.
There are two screens available in the Report tab window:

Report control block: The user can add the required report control block.

RCB Name: The first character in the value of this attribute must be a letter (upper
or lower case). The rest of the characters must be a number, a letter (upper or
lower case) or a _. The maximum number of characters allowed in IEC61850
Configurator is 30 and IEC61850 MMS Library adds 2 more characters indicating
the number of the instance of the RCB depending on the number of IEC61850
clients configured.

Description: The maximum number of characters allowed is 32.

Dataset sources: Each report control block can be appended with dataset items in the
screen using a drag and drop operation.

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Figure 8-3: Report Control Blocks and DataSet Sources Screen

The following buttons are available in the Reports window.

Add Report button and Remove Report button: Both buttons are in the lower side of
the screen.

Note that a Report control block can also be added by right clicking 845 (or your
relay model number) which is under the GEDevice tree.

The Remove Report button deletes an existing Report control block.


Note that the Report can also be deleted by right clicking the configured existing
report.

Save button and Cancel button: Click the Save button to save all configured settings.
Click the Cancel button to discard the modifications just made to the configuration.

Add Report Control Block

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1.

Click on the Add Report button.


The button is available in the lower side of the screen and is used to add a report
control block. (a Report can also be added by right clicking 845 (or your relay model
number) under GEDevice tree.)
The New Report Control Block window appears.

Figure 8-4: New Report Control Block Window

2.

In the New Report Control Block window under Select Report Type, select the radio
button for a buffered or unbuffered report.

3.

In the IEC61850 Clients N# dropdown list, select 1 or any other available number.

4.

Click the Next button to proceed with further configuration (else click Cancel to
discard the new configuration).

5.

In the Select DataSet window, select the radio button for New DataSet or Existing
DataSet.

Figure 8-5: Select DataSet Window

Report Properties
The report properties section can be viewed when any configured report available under
GEDevice > 8 Series relay is selected.
Figure 8-6: Report Properties Window

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All the available parameters of the Report control block are displayed when clicking
Report Advanced Configuration. Respective OptFields, TrgOps can be configured by
either selecting True or False. Buffer time is given in milliseconds.
Figure 8-7: Advanced Configuration

Configure Dataset Items


1.

Select the required logical node under GEDevice > 8 Series relay tree.

2.

Go to the required dataset item.

3.

Drag and drop the item to the DataSet Elements section, see the following DataSet
Sources/DataSet figure.

Figure 8-8: DataSet Sources Window

Change the Order of Configured Dataset Items


1.

Select the row in which the order is to be changed.

2.

Use the up arrow if you want to shift the row to the top. Use the down arrow to
shift the row down.

Figure 8-9: Re-order DataSet Items

Delete a Dataset Item


The following list gives the two methods that can be used to delete a dataset item.

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Select the row in which the dataset item is to be deleted and click the x button.

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Figure 8-10: Delete a Dataset Item

Select the row in which the dataset item is to be deleted then right click and select the
displayed Delete FCDA option.

Figure 8-11: Delete FCDA Option

Number of DAs Counter


Depending on the configured dataset items, the Number of DAs counter increases
automatically.
Figure 8-12: Dataset Properties

Maximum Report Control Blocks


The 8 Series relay supports a maximum of 4 report control blocks. Buffered and unbuffered
reports are both included in the maximum. The user can configure reports based on the
Report Configurations Supported table as follows.
Table 8-4: Report Configurations Supported

Goose Transmission

Buffered Report

Unbuffered Report

Total Reports

The 8 Series relay has an IEC 61850 server and supports the GOOSE message scheme. A
maximum of three GOOSE control blocks can be added. The GOOSE Configuration has two
sections:

Transmission

Reception

GOOSE transmission configuration is described in this section.

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Figure 8-13: Goose Transmission Screen

The GOOSE Transmission window has two screens.

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GOOSE Tx control blocks: The user can add the required GOOSE control block.

Control Block Name: The first character in the value of this attribute must be a
letter (upper or lower case). The rest of the characters must be a number, a letter
(upper or lower case) or a _. The maximum number of characters allowed is 32.

Description: The maximum number of characters allowed is 32.

GOOSE ID: The maximum number of characters allowed is 129.

Ethertype App ID: All characters must be numerical. The maximum number of
characters allowed is 4. IEC61850 Configurator allows characters limited to 0 to
9, A to F and it saves in the CID file the hexadecimal value (max FFFF).

Multicast MAC: 6 pairs of letters (from A to F, upper case or lower case) or


numbers separated by colons.

VLAN priority: A number from 0 to 7.

VLAN identifier: The maximum number of characters allowed is 3. IEC61850


Configurator allows characters limited to 0 to 9, A to F and it saves in the CID file
the hexadecimal value (max FFF).

Dataset sources: Each GOOSE control block can be appended with dataset items in
this screen using a drag and drop operation.

DataSet Name: The first character in the value of this attribute must be a letter
(upper or lower case). The rest of the characters must be a number, a letter (upper
or lower case) or a _. The maximum number of characters allowed is 32.

Description: The maximum number of characters allowed is 32.

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Figure 8-14: Goose TX Control Blocks and DataSet Sources Screen

The following buttons are available in the Goose Transmission window:

Add GOOSE Control Block button and Remove GOOSE Control Block button: Both
buttons are in the lower side of the screen.

Note that a GOOSE Control block can also be added by right clicking on 845 (or your
relay model number) which is under the GEDevice tree.

The Remove Goose Control Block button deletes a configured existing Goose control
block.

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Note that the Goose control block can also be deleted by right clicking on the
configured existing report.

Save button and Cancel button: Click the Save button to save all configured settings.
Click the Cancel button to discard the modifications just made to the configuration.

Add GOOSE Transmission Control Block


1.

Click on the Add GOOSE Control Block button.

2.

The Tx GOOSE control block is added under GEDevice>889 (or your relay model
number) tree node with a default Control block name.

Figure 8-15: Goose TX Control Blocks

Goose Tx Properties
The properties section can be viewed on selecting any configured GOOSE block available
under GEDevice >889 (or your relay model number).
Figure 8-16: Goose TX Properties Screen

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Parameters for Goose TX

GOOSE ID: The range of the setting is 129-characters

Time to live (ms): The range of the setting is 1000 to 60000 in steps of 1000

Multicast MAC: The standard MAC address limit. Make sure to configure the MAC with
the least significant bit in the most significant byte, set to 1.
Example:
01: 0C: CD: 00: 00: 04

VLAN priority: The range of the setting is 0 to 7 in steps of 1

VLAN identifier: The range of the setting is 0 to 4095 in steps of 1

Goose Transmission Dataset Items


The following provides details for working with dataset items.
Change the Order of Configured Dataset Items
1.

Select the row in which the order is to be changed.

2.

Use the up arrow if you want to shift the row to the top. Use the down arrow to
shift the row down.

Figure 8-17: Re-order DataSet Items

Delete a Dataset Item


The following list gives the two methods that can be used to delete a dataset item.

Select the row in which the dataset item is to be deleted and click the x button.

Figure 8-18: Delete a Dataset Item

Select the row in which the dataset item is to be deleted then right click and select the
displayed Delete FCDA option.

Figure 8-19: Delete FCDA Option

Number of DAs
Depending on the configured dataset items, the Number of DAs counter increases
automatically.

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Figure 8-20: Dataset Properties

Goose Reception

The 8 Series relay can receive Transmitted GOOSE from any IED in GOOSE Reception. For
proper GOOSE reception the relay must be configurated as described in this section. A
maximum of eight IEDs can be added.
GOOSE Reception has two sections:

IDE list: The user can add IED to subscribe GOOSE.

Mapping to Remote Inputs: Each subscribed GOOSE dataset item can be appended in
the screen using the drag and drop method.

Figure 8-21: Goose Reception Screen

The following buttons are available in the Goose Reception window:

Add IED button and Remove IED button: Both buttons are in the lower side of the
screen.

Note that IED can also be added by right clicking in the IED List section.

Save button and Cancel button: Click the Save button to save all configured settings.
Click the Cancel button to discard the modifications just made to the configuration.

The Remove IED button deletes a configured IED.

Configure Dataset Items

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1.

Select the dataset item being subscribed under the required IED which is available in
Template > LDInst > GOOSEOut 1 tree.

2.

Go to the required dataset item.

3.

Drag and drop the chosen dataset item to the Mapping to Remote Inputs section as
shown in the figure: Mapping to Remote Inputs.

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Figure 8-22: Mapping to Remote Inputs

Delete a Dataset Item

Select the row in which the dataset item is being deleted then right click and select the
Delete Entry button.

Figure 8-23: Delete a Dataset Item

IED Count
Depending on the configured dataset items for IEDs, the IED count increases
automatically. In addition, the GOOSE Id field is updated with the GOOSE ID of the
subscriber relay.
Figure 8-24: IED Count

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Chapter 9: File Transfer Protocols

File Transfer Protocols

The base offering of 8 Series relay supports Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP). The default
port 69 is always used. No configuration setting is available. When the communications
module is present, SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) is also available. The default TCP port
22 for SSH is used for SFTP as well.

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Chapter 10: Modbus Protocol

Modbus Protocol

All Ethernet ports and serial communication ports support the Modbus protocol. The only
exception is if the serial port has been configured for DNP or IEC 60870-5-103 operation
(see descriptions below). This allows the EnerVista 8 Series Setup software (which is a
Modbus master application) to communicate to the 8 Series relay.
The 8 Series relay implements a subset of the Modicon Modbus RTU serial communication
standard. The Modbus protocol is hardware-independent. That is, the physical layer can be
any of a variety of standard hardware configurations. This includes USB, RS485, fiber
optics, etc. Modbus is a single master / multiple slave type of protocol suitable for a multidrop configuration.
The 8 Series relay is always a Modbus slave with a valid slave address range 1 to 254.
DATA FRAME FORMAT AND DATA RATE
One data frame of an asynchronous transmission to or from an 8 Series relay typically
consists of 1 start bit, 8 data bits, and 1 stop bit. This produces a 10-bit data frame. This is
important for transmission through modems at high bit rates. Modbus protocol can be
implemented at any standard communication speed. The 8 Series relay supports
operation at 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, and 115200 bps baud rate. The USB interface
supports ModBus TCP/IP.
FUNCTION CODE SUPPORTED
The following functions are supported by the 8 Series relay:

FUNCTION CODE 03H - Read Setpoints

FUNCTION CODE 04H - Read Actual Values

FUNCTION CODE 05H - Execute Operation

FUNCTION CODE 06H - Store Single Setpoint

FUNCTION CODE 07H - Read Device Status

FUNCTION CODE 08H - Loopback Test

FUNCTION CODE 10H - Store Multiple Setpoints

FUNCTION CODE 42H - Group Settings Read

FUNCTION CODE 43H - Group Settings Write

When a ModBus master such as the EnerVista 8 Series Setup software communicates to
the 8 Series relay over Ethernet, the 8 Series relay slave address, TCP port number and the
8 Series relay IP address for the associated port must be configured and are also
configured within the Master for this device. The default ModBus TCP port number is 502.

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The following ModBus parameters are configurable:


Path: Setpoints > Device > Communications > Modbus Protocol

MODBUS SLAVE ADDRESS


Range: 1 to 254 in steps of 1
Default: 254
For the RS485 ports each 8 Series relay must have a unique address from 1 to 254.
Address 0 is the broadcast address to which all Modbus slave devices listen. Addresses
do not have to be sequential, but no two devices can have the same address, otherwise
conflicts resulting in errors occur. Generally, each device added to the link uses the next
higher address starting at 1.
MODBUS TCP PORT
Range: 1 to 65535 in steps of 1
Default: 502
The TCP port number used with Modbus over Ethernet. Note that the maximum number
of simultaneous Modbus connections supported over Ethernet is:

three for an 8 Series relay without the communications card,

five for an 8 Series relay with the communications card.

MODBUS ERROR RESPONSES


The following exception response codes are implemented.
Error ID

Exception

Description

01

ILLEGAL FUNCTION

The function code transmitted is not one of the


functions supported by the 8 Series relay.

02

ILLEGAL DATA ADDRESS

The address referenced in the data field transmitted


by the master is not an allowable address for the
8 Series relay.

03

ILLEGAL DATA VALUE

The value referenced in the data field transmitted by


the master is not within range for the selected data
address.

Modbus Protocol
Function Code 03H
Modbus Implementation: Read Holding Registers
8 Series relay Implementation: Read Setpoints
For the 8 Series relay implementation of Modbus, the function code can be used to read
any setpoints (holding registers). Holding registers are 16 bit (two byte) values
transmitted high order byte first. As a result all 8 Series relay Setpoints are sent as two
bytes. The maximum number of registers that can be read in one transmission is 125.
The slave response to this function code is the slave address, function code, a count of the
number of data bytes to follow, the data itself and the CRC. Each data item is sent as a two
byte number with the high order byte sent first.
For example, consider a request for slave 17 to respond with 3 registers starting at address
006B. For this example the register data in these addresses is as follows:

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Address

Data

006B

022B

006C

0000

006D

0064

The master/slave packets have the following format:


Table 10-1: Master Packet Format for Function Code 03H
MASTER TRANSMISSION

BYTES

EXAMPLE

DESCRIPTION

SLAVE ADDRESS

11

message for slave 17

FUNCTION CODE

03

read registers

DATA STARTING ADDRESS

00 6B

data starting at 006B

NUMBER OF SETPOINTS

00 03

3 registers = 6 bytes total

CRC

76 87

CRC error code

Table 10-2: Slave Packet Format for Function Code 03H


SLAVE RESPONSE

BYTES

EXAMPLE

DESCRIPTION

SLAVE ADDRESS

11

message from slave 17

FUNCTION CODE

03

read registers

BYTE COUNT

06

3 registers = 6 bytes

DATA 1 (see definition above)

02 2B

value in address 006B

DATA 2 (see definition above)

00 00

value in address 006C

DATA 3 (see definition above)

00 64

value in address 006D

CRC

54 83

CRC error code

Function Code 04H


Modbus Implementation: Read Input Registers
8 Series relay Implementation: Read Actual Values
For the 8 Series relay implementation of Modbus, the function code can be used to read
any actual values (input registers). Input registers are 16 bit (two byte) values transmitted
high order byte first. Thus all 8 Series relay Actual Values are sent as two bytes. The
maximum number of registers that can be read in one transmission is 125.
The slave response to this function code is the slave address, function code, a count of the
data bytes to follow, the data itself and the CRC. Each data item is sent as a two byte
number with the high order byte sent first.
For example, request slave 17 to respond with 1 register starting at address 0008. For this
example the value in this register (0008) is 0000.
Table 10-3: Master Packet Format for Function Code 04H
MASTER TRANSMISSION

BYTES

EXAMPLE

DESCRIPTION

SLAVE ADDRESS

11

message for slave 17

FUNCTION CODE

04

read registers

DATA STARTING ADDRESS

00 08

data starting at 0008

NUMBER OF ACTUAL VALUES

00 01

1 register = 2 bytes

CRC

B2 98

CRC error code

Table 10-4: Slave Packet Format for Function Code 04H


SLAVE RESPONSE

BYTES

EXAMPLE

DESCRIPTION

SLAVE ADDRESS

11

message from slave 17

FUNCTION CODE

04

read registers

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BYTES

EXAMPLE

DESCRIPTION

BYTE COUNT

02

1 register = 2 bytes

DATA (see definition above)

00 00

value in address 0008

CRC

78 F3

CRC error code

Function Code 05H


Modbus Implementation: Force Single Coil
8 Series relay Implementation: Execute Operation
The function code allows the master to request an 8 Series relay to perform specific
command operations.
For example, to request slave 17 to execute operation code 1 (reset), we have the following
master/slave packet format:
Table 10-5: Master Packet Format for Function Code 05H
MASTER TRANSMISSION

BYTES

EXAMPLE

DESCRIPTION

SLAVE ADDRESS

11

message for slave 17

FUNCTION CODE

05

execute operation

OPERATION CODE

00 01

operation code 1

CODE VALUE

FF 00

perform function

CRC

DF 6A

CRC error code

Table 10-6: Slave Packet Format for Function Code 05H


SLAVE RESPONSE

BYTES

EXAMPLE

DESCRIPTION

SLAVE ADDRESS

11

message from slave 17

FUNCTION CODE

05

execute operation

OPERATION CODE

00 01

operation code 1

CODE VALUE

FF 00

perform function

CRC

DF 6A

CRC error code

Function Code 06H


Modbus Implementation: Preset Single Register
8 Series relay Implementation: Store Single Setpoint
The command allows the master to store a single setpoint into the memory of an
8 Series relay. The slave response to this function code is to echo the entire master
transmission.
For example, request slave 17 to store the value 2 in setpoint address 04 5C. After the
transmission in this example is complete, setpoints address 04 5C contains the value 0002.
The master/slave packet format is shown next.
Table 10-7: Master Packet Format for Function Code 06H

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MASTER TRANSMISSION

BYTES

EXAMPLE

DESCRIPTION

SLAVE ADDRESS

11

message for slave 17

FUNCTION CODE

06

store single setpoint

DATA STARTING ADDRESS

04 5C

setpoint address 04 5C

DATA

00 02

data for setpoint address 04 5C

CRC

CB B9

CRC error code

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Table 10-8: Slave Packet Format for Function Code 06H


SLAVE RESPONSE

BYTES

EXAMPLE

DESCRIPTION

SLAVE ADDRESS

11

message from slave 17

FUNCTION CODE

06

store single setpoint

DATA STARTING ADDRESS

04 5C

setpoint address 04 5C

DATA

00 02

data for setpoint address 04 5C

CRC

CB B9

CRC error code

Function Code 07H


Modbus Implementation: Read Exception Status
8 Series relay Implementation: Read Device Status
The function used to quickly read the status of a selected device. A short message length
allows for rapid reading of status. The status byte returned has individual bits set to 1 or 0
depending on the status of the slave device. For this example, consider the following
8 Series relay general status byte:
Table 10-9: Master Packet Format for Function Code 07H
MASTER TRANSMISSION

BYTES

EXAMPLE

DESCRIPTION

SLAVE ADDRESS

11

message for slave 17

FUNCTION CODE

07

read device status

CRC

4C 22

CRC error code

Table 10-10: Slave Packet Format for Function Code 07H


SLAVE RESPONSE

BYTES

EXAMPLE

DESCRIPTION

SLAVE ADDRESS

11

message from slave 17

FUNCTION CODE

07

read device status

DEVICE STATUS
(see following table)

2C

status = 00101100 (in binary)

CRC

22 28

CRC error code

Function code 07H includes the following bit masks:


Table 10-11: Device Table Status
Bit mask

Description

Bit 0

SP Group 3 Active

Bit 1

SP Group 2 Active

Bit 2

Pickup State

Bit 3

Breaker Connected

Bit 4

Breaker Closed

Bit 5

Breaker Tripped

Bit 6

Alarm

Bit 7

Trip

Function Code 08H


Modbus Implementation: Loopback
8 Series relay Implementation: Loopback Test
The function is used to test the integrity of the communication link. The
8 Series relay echos the request.
For example, consider a loopback test from slave 17:

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Table 10-12: Master Packet Format for Function Code 08H


MASTER TRANSMISSION

BYTES

EXAMPLE

DESCRIPTION

SLAVE ADDRESS

11

message for slave 17

FUNCTION CODE

08

loopback test

DIAG CODE

00 00

must be 00 00

DATA

00 00

must be 00 00

CRC

E0 0B

CRC error code

Table 10-13: Slave Packet Format for Function Code 08H


SLAVE RESPONSE

BYTES

EXAMPLE

DESCRIPTION

SLAVE ADDRESS

11

message from slave 17

FUNCTION CODE

08

loopback test

DIAG CODE

00 00

must be 00 00

DATA

00 00

must be 00 00

CRC

E0 0B

CRC error code

Function Code 10H


Modbus Implementation: Preset Multiple Registers
8 Series relay Implementation: Store Multiple Setpoints
The function code allows multiple Setpoints to be stored into the 8 Series relay memory.
Modbus registers are 16-bit (two byte) values transmitted high order byte first. Thus all
8 Series relay setpoints are sent as two bytes. The maximum number of Setpoints that can
be stored in one transmission is dependent on the slave device. Modbus allows up to a
maximum of 60 holding registers to be stored. The 8 Series relay response to this function
code is to echo the slave address, function code, starting address, the number of Setpoints
stored, and the CRC.
For example, consider a request for slave 17 to store the value 00 02 to setpoint address
045C and the value 01 F4 to setpoint address 04 5D. After the transmission in this example
is complete, 8 Series relay slave 17 will have the following setpoints information stored:
Address

Data

04 5C

00 02

04 5D

01 F4

Table 10-14: Master Packet Format for Function Code 10H


MASTER TRANSMISSION

BYTES

EXAMPLE

DESCRIPTION

SLAVE ADDRESS

11

message for slave 17

FUNCTION CODE

10

store setpoints

DATA STARTING ADDRESS

04 5C

setpoint address 04 5C

NUMBER OF SETPOINTS

00 02

2 setpoints 4 bytes total

BYTE COUNT

04

4 bytes of data

DATA 1

00 02

data for setpoint address 04 5C

DATA 2

01 F4

data for setpoint address 04 5D

CRC

31 11

CRC error code

Table 10-15: Slave Packet Format for Function Code 10H

10-6

SLAVE RESPONSE

BYTES

EXAMPLE

DESCRIPTION

SLAVE ADDRESS

11

message from slave 17

FUNCTION CODE

10

store setpoints

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SLAVE RESPONSE

BYTES

EXAMPLE

DESCRIPTION

DATA STARTING ADDRESS

04 5C

setpoint address 04 5C

NUMBER OF SETPOINTS

00 02

2 setpoints

CRC

82 7A

CRC error code

Administrator Login and Commands via Modbus for 8 Series Relays


Logging in as Administrator
Logging in as Administrator is demonstrated in the example below. The process requires
writing 44 bytes which consist of the Role ID and Password. Password characters are 22
bytes and role characters are also 22 bytes. The logging in must be done using a single
Modbus command using Function 10H (Store Multiple Setpoints).
The following table shows data to be written to the relay to login as Administrator. The
relay password in this example is 0.
Table 10-16: Data Written to Relay to Login as Administrator
Description

Memory Map Address

Value to be written

DEC

HEX

DEC

HEX

Role Characters 1 and 2

62242

F322

16740

4164

Role Characters 3 and 4

62243

F323

28009

6D69

Role Characters 5 and 6

62244

F324

28265

6E69

Role Characters 7 and 8

62245

F325

29556

7374

Role Characters 9 and 10

62246

F326

29281

7261

Role Characters 11 and 12

62247

F327

29807

746F

Role Characters 13 and 14

62248

F328

29184

7200

Role Characters 15 and 16

62249

F329

0000

Role Characters 17 and 18

62250

F32A

0000

Role Characters 19 and 20

62251

F32B

0000

Role Characters 21 and 22

62252

F32C

0000

Password Characters 1 and 2

62253

F32D

12288

3000

Password Characters 3 and 4

62254

F32E

0000

Password Characters 5 and 6

62255

F32F

0000

Password Characters 7 and 8

62256

F330

0000

Password Characters 9 and 10

62257

F331

0000

Password Characters 11 and 12

62258

F332

0000

Password Characters 13 and 14

62259

F333

0000

Password Characters 15 and 16

62260

F334

0000

Password Characters 17 and 18

62261

F335

0000

Password Characters 19 and 20

62262

F336

0000

Password Characters 21 and 22

62263

F337

0000

Table 10-17: Login as Administrator Function Format


Slave# Function Data
Number Byte Data 1 Data 2 Data 3 Data 4 Data 5 Data 6 Data 7 Data 8 Data 9
Starting of
Count
Address Setpoints

FE

10

F322

0016

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4164 6D69 6E69 7374 7261 746F 7200 0

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Data 10 Data 11 Data 12 Data 13 Data 14 Data 15 Data 16 Data17 Data 18 Data 19 Data 20 Data 21 Data 22

3000

Commands using Modbus Function 10H (Store Multiple Setpoints)


Sending commands requires writing 4 bytes to the Command address register using the
Modbus Function 10H (Store Multiple Setpoints). The 4 bytes are the function and the
command values. The function value is always 05.
Table 10-19: Modbus Commands registers
Description

Memory Map Address


DEC

HEX

Command Register

40129

0x0080

Command Function Register

40130

0x0081

Table 10-20: Examples of Command values


Command Value

Value Description

Reset

96

Clear All Records

98

Clear Events

105

Clear Energy Use Data

4096

Force Virtual Input 1

Function Format for Clear All command:


Table 10-21: Function Format for Clear All command
Slave #

Function

Data Starting
Address

Number of
Setpoints

Byte count

Data 1

Data 2

FE

10

0080

0002

04

0005

0060

Table 10-22: Function Format for Clear Energy Use Data command
Slave #

Function

Data Starting
Address

Number of
Setpoints

Byte count

Data 1

Data 2

FE

10

0080

0002

04

0005

0069

Table 10-23: Function Format for Force Virtual Input 1 command


Slave #

Function

Data Starting
Address

Number of
Setpoints

Byte count

Data 1

Data 2

FE

10

0080

0002

04

0005

1000

Commands using Modbus Function 05H (Execute Operation)


Specific command operations such as described above can also be performed using
function code 05H.
Table 10-24: Format for Function Code 05H

10-8

Master Transmission

Byte#

Example

Description

Slave Address

FE

message for slave # 254

Function Code

05

execute operation

Operation Code

00 01

operation code

Code Value

FF 00

perform function

CRC

DF 6A

CRC error code

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Table 10-25: Examples of Command values


Command Value

Value Description

Reset

96

Clear All Records

98

Clear Events

105

Clear Energy Use Data

4096

Force Virtual Input 1

Table 10-26: Function Format for Reset command


Slave #

Function

Operation Code

Code Value

FE

05

0001

FF00

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Modbus Memory Map

Reading the Event Recorder


To read the entire event recorder contents (the only available format), use the following
filename:
Evt.evt

Reading Transient Recorder


Familiarity with the Transient recorder feature is required to understand the following
description.
The Oscillography_ Number_of_Triggers register is incremented by one every time a new
oscillography file is triggered (captured) and cleared to zero when oscillography data is
cleared. When a new trigger occurs, the associated oscillography file is assigned a file
identifier number equal to the incremented value of the register; the newest file number is
equal to the Oscillography_Number_of_Triggers register. This register can be used to
determine if any new data has been captured by periodically reading it to see if the value
has changed; if the number has increased then new data is available.
The Oscillography Number of Records register specifies the maximum number of files (and
the number of cycles of data per file) that can be stored in the memory of the relay.
The Oscillography Available Records register specifies the actual number of files that are
stored and still available to be read out of the relay. Writing Yes (i.e. the value 1) to the
Oscillography Clear Data register clears oscillography data files, clears both the
Oscillography Number of Triggers and Oscillography Available Records registers to zero,
and sets the Oscillography Last Cleared Date to the present date and time.
To read binary COMTRADE oscillography files, read the following filenames:
OSCnnnn.CFG and OSCnnn.DAT
Replace the nnn with the desired oscillography trigger number. For ASCII format, use the
following filenames:
OSCAnnnn.CFG and OSCAnnn.DAT

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Reading Fault Reports


Fault report data is available via the file retrieval mechanism in 8 Series relay. The filename
is FaultReport1_#####.txt and the ##### refers to the fault report record number.
The fault report number is a counter that indicates how many fault reports have ever
occurred. Only the last fifteen fault reports are available for retrieval; a request for a nonexistent fault report file yields a null file.
The current value fault report counter is available in Number of Fault Reports Modbus
register.

Accessing Data via the User Map


The 8 Series relay has a powerful feature, called the User Map, which allows a computer to
read up to 125 non-consecutive data registers (setpoints or actual values) by using one
Modbus packet. It is often necessary for a master computer to continuously poll various
values in each of the connected slave relays. If these values are scattered throughout the
memory map, reading them would require numerous transmissions and would burden the
communication link. The User Map can be programmed to join any memory map address
to one in the block of consecutive User Map locations, so that they can be accessed by
reading these consecutive locations.
The 8 Series relay contains a user-definable area in the Modbus memory map. This area
allows re-mapping of the addresses of any Actual Values registers. The User Definable
area has two sections.
1.

A Register Index area (40524 to 40648) that contains 125 Actual Values register
addresses

2.

A Register area (30524 to 30648) that contains the data at the addresses in the
Register Index
Register data that is separated in the rest of the memory map may be re-mapped to
adjacent register addresses in the user-definable registers area. This is accomplished by
writing to register addresses in the user-definable register index area. This allows for
improved throughput of data and can eliminate the need for multiple read command
sequences. The user-definable register index is stored as a setpoint and therefore it is
remembered even when the power is removed.
Default User Map
Common actual values have been defaulted for the user. Below are the default registers.
Table 11-1: Default User Map

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User Map Address

Description

Modbus Address

User Map Address 1,2

Device Status

30712

30713

User Map Address 3,4

LED Status

30708

30709

User Map Address 5,6

Contact Input 1-32

30700

30701

User Map Address 7,8

Contact Output 1-32

30706

30707

User Map Address 9,10

Virtual Input Status 1-32

30714

30715

User Map Address 11, 12

Virtual Output Status 1-32

30718

30719

User Map Address 13,14

Remote Input 1-32

30728

30729

User Map Address 15,16

Remote Output 1-32

30736

30737

User Map Address 17,18

Ia

31270

31271

User Map Address 19,20

Ib

31272

31273

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User Map Address

Description

Modbus Address

User Map Address 21,22

Ic

31274

31275

User Map Address 23,24

In

31278

31279

User Map Address 25,26

Iavg

31295

31296

User Map Address 27,28

Ig

31276

31277

The 8 Series relay supports 32-bit Modbus items to be configured in the user map. When
such an address is configured in the user map for example at user map address 1, user
map address 2 is also consumed by the same item irrespective of the address assigned in
address 2.

Memory Map Organization


The 8 Series relay Memory Map describes all the data registers that can be accessed via
serial communications. The Memory Map address range is grouped into several categories
as outlined in the following table. All memory map locations are two byte (16 bit) values.
The remaining pages of this chapter list all locations of the Memory Map. Addresses for all
locations are shown in hexadecimal. Consult the range, step, units, and the data format
(listed after the memory map) to interpret register values.
Many Modbus communications drivers add 40001d to the actual address of the register
addresses. For example, if address 0h was to be read, then 40001d would be the address
required by the Modbus communications driver; similarly, if address 320h (800d) was to be
read, then 40801d would be the address required by the Modbus communications driver.
Table 11-2: Memory Map Organization
Memory Map Section

Address Range

Description

Product ID

0000h to 007Fh

Identification and revision information.

Commands

0080h to 00FFh

Substitute command locations. Read and write


access.

User Map

0100h to 01FFh

User Map Values and Addresses. See the


previous section for details.

Actual Values

0200h to 0FFFh

Actual values data. Read Only.

Setpoints

1000h to 1FFFh

Setpoints data. Read and Write.

Event Recorder, Trace


2000h to 2FFFh
Memory, and Data Logger

See relevant sections in this chapter for details.

Reserved

3000h to 3FFFh

Reserved for future use.

Factory Service Data

4000h to FFFFh

Reserved.

Using the Memory Map

Reading CO Outputs
CO Outputs are used to show the state of the output relays in the 8-Series device (internal
to the device). For example, on the 869 relay the Trip and Close contacts have voltage
monitoring inputs. The Trip and Close Circuit Monitoring feature uses the voltage input to
monitor the trip and to close coil circuit integrity.

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To read the output relay status for all relays, use Modbus address 30706 (0x02C1) where
each bit corresponds to a different output relay as described in format code FC198.
Table 11-3: Modbus Map entry, CO Outputs
Modbus Hex
Address Address

Description

Min

Max

Step Units

Format Factory
Code
Default

Size in
Words

8 8 8 8
5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

30706

CO Outputs

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198

Y Y Y Y

0x02C1

Table 11-4: Format Code entries, CO Outputs


Code

Type

Definition

FC126A

unsigned 16 bits

Off / On Selection

0
1
unsigned 32 bits

Output Relay Operation

FC198

850

869

889

845

Off

On

Each bit corresponds to a particular output relay, and uses format FC126A
0x00000004

Output Relay 3

0x00000008

Output Relay 4

0x00000010

Output Relay 5

0x00000020

Output Relay 6

0x00000040

Output Relay 7

Interpreting Element Status for Breaker Contacts


Element Status items with formats FE020 - FE025 are used to sense/verify the state of the
breaker contacts, external to the 8 Series device.
The following Modbus registers are assigned to Breaker Contact Element Status:

30765 (0x02FC) Element Status 20 (Breaker Control Relay 1)

30766 (0x02FD) Element Status 21 (Breaker Control Relay 2)

30767 (0x02FE) Element Status 22 (Breaker Control Relay 3)

30768 (0x02FF) Element Status 23 (Breaker Control Relay 4)

30769 (0x0300) Element Status 24 (Breaker Control Relay 5)

30770 (0x0301) Element Status 25 (Breaker Control Relay 6)

30771 (0x0302) Element Status 26 (Critical Fail)

These Modbus Registers are listed in the Modbus memory map table as follows:
Table 11-5: Modbus Map entries, Element Status Register for Breaker Control Relays
Modbus Hex
Address Address

Description

Min

Max

Step Units

Format Factory
Code
Default

30765

0x02FC

Element Status 20 (Breaker Control


Relay 1)

65535

FE020

Y Y Y Y

30766

0x02FD

Element Status 21 (Breaker Control


Relay 2)

65535

FE021

Y Y Y Y

30767

0x02FE

Element Status 22 (Breaker Control


Relay 3)

65535

FE022

Y Y Y Y

30768

0x02FF

Element Status 23 (Breaker Control


Relay 4)

65535

FE023

Y Y Y Y

30769

0x0300

Element Status 24 (Breaker Control


Relay 5)

65535

FE024

Y Y Y Y

30770

0x0301

Element Status 25 (Breaker Control


Relay 6)

65535

FE025

Y Y Y Y

30771

0x0302

Element Status 26 (Critical Fail)

65535

FE026

Y Y Y Y

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Size in
Words

8 8 8 8
5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

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The format code used for each Modbus register is listed in the Format Code column. In this
case, the format codes used are FE020 through FE026.
These format codes are described in the Format Code table as follows:
Table 11-6: Format Code entries, Element Status Register for Breaker Control Relays
Code

Type

Definition

FE020

unsigned 16 bits

Element Status: Breaker Control


Relay 1

0x0002
0x0004
unsigned 16 bits

Element Status: Breaker Control


Relay 2

0x0002

FE021

FE022

FE023

FE024

FE025

FE026

NOTE:

NOTE

850

869

889

845

Von

Voff

Von

0x0004

Voff

unsigned 16 bits

Element Status: Breaker Control


Relay 3

0x0002

Von

0x0004

Voff

unsigned 16 bits

Element Status: Breaker Control


Relay 4

0x0002

Von

0x0004

Voff

unsigned 16 bits

Element Status: Breaker Control


Relay 5

0x0002

Von

0x0004

Voff

unsigned 16 bits

Element Status: Breaker Control


Relay 6

0x0002

Von

0x0004

Voff

unsigned 16 bits

Element Status: Critical Fail

0x0002

Critical Fail OP

From the notes preceding the full Format Code table, notice that Element Status Format
Codes (FE1 onwards) contain values that should be masked with 0x01FF to match the bit
field values shown in the table.
Element Status 20 monitors the state of the voltage monitor for Breaker Control Relay
1.
When the voltage is present on the Trip Contact voltage monitor (Von), the Element Status
20 register will read: 0x2002 (8194). The masked value is then 0x0002, corresponding to
Von in the preceding table.
When the voltage is not present on the Trip Contact voltage monitor (Voff), the Element
Status 20 register will read: 0x2004 (8196). The masked value is then 0x0004,
corresponding to Voff in the preceding table.
Element Status 21 monitors the state of the voltage monitor for Breaker Control Relay
2.
When the voltage is present on the Trip Contact voltage monitor (Von), the Element Status
21 register will read: 0x2002 (8194). The masked value is then 0x0002, corresponding to
Von in the preceding table.
When the voltage is not present on the Trip Contact voltage monitor (Voff), the Element
Status 21 register will read: 0x2004 (8196). The masked value is then 0x0004,
corresponding to Voff in the preceding table.
Element Status 26 is used to monitor the Critical Fail contact.

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When the relay is in service, the "IN SERVICE" LED on the front panel is green.
The Element Status 26 (Critical Fail) register reads: 0x2000 (8192). The masked value is then
0x0000, indicating Critical Fail Op is not present.
When the relay is not service, the "IN SERVICE" LED on the front panel is orange.
The Element Status 26 (Critical Fail) register reads: 0x2002 (8194). The masked value is then
0x0002, corresponding to Cristical Fail Op in the preceding table.

Reading Phase Current Values


In this example a PLC is accessing the 6 sequential values beginning at Modbus address
31270 (Phase A current) in an 850 relay.
The following Modbus registers are assigned to Phase Currents:

31270 (0x04F5) J1 Ia - Phase A current

31272 (0x04F7) J1 Ib - Phase B current

31274 (0x04F9) J1 Ic - Phase C current

These Modbus Registers are listed in the Modbus memory map table as follows:
Table 11-7: Modbus Map entries for Phase Currents
Modbus Hex
Address Address

Description

Min

Max

Step Units

31270

0x04F5

J1 Ia

0xFFFFFFFF 1

31272

0x04F7

J1 Ib

0xFFFFFFFF 1

31274

0x04F9

J1 Ic

0xFFFFFFFF 1

Format Factory
Code
Default

Size in
Words

8 8 8 8
5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

F13

Y Y Y Y

F13

Y Y Y Y

F13

Y Y Y Y

In this case the format code used is F13, which is described in the Format Code table as
follows:
Table 11-8: Format Code entries for Phase Current
Code

Type

Definition

F13

unsigned 32 bits

Unsigned Long Value, 3 Decimal Places

850 869 889 845

1st 16 bits

High Order Word of Long Value

2nd 16 bits

Low Order Word of Long Value

The phase current metering values read by the PLC should match the values shown on the
relay. Validating the received values in the PLC against the real values observed on the 850
relay front panel or read via 8 Series Enervista Setup is recommended.
PLCs can use two different word orders for reading 32-bit registers. As a result, a 32 bit
value of aabbccdd may be read as aabb ccdd, or as ccdd aabb.
A word-swap may be necessary to read the proper data from 850 relay current registers.
Once the correct word order is set, the obtained value needs to be divided by 1000 to get
the decimal point.
Register: 31270

Register: 312701

1st 16 bits High Order Word of Long Value

2nd 16 bits Low Order Word of Long Value

unsigned 32 bits Unsigned Long Value


unsigned 32 bits Unsigned Long Value, 3 Decimal Places

For example:
Phase A Current value on relay display: 183.594 A
Phase current values read from Phase A Current Modbus registers:
04F5 (31270): 0002
04F6 (31271): CD2A

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Combine the two 16 bit values into a 32 bit unsigned value: 183594
Apply the decimal point rule (divide by 1000): 183.594 A
Register: 31270

Register: 312701

0002

CD2A

183594
183.594

MODBUS memory map


Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

Actual Values
Product Information
30001

0x0000

Product Code

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30002

0x0001

Hardware Revision

26

FC110

Y Y Y Y

30003

0x0002

Firmware Version

65535

F2

160

Y Y Y Y

30005

0x0004

Boot

65535

F2

Y Y Y Y

30006

0x0005

Firmware Date

0x010107D8

0x0C1F082E

F53

16844760 2

Y Y Y Y

30008

0x0007

Firmware Time

0x173B3B63

F54

Y Y Y Y

30010

0x0009

Boot Date

0x010107D8

0x0C1F082E

F53

16844760 2

Y Y Y Y

30012

0x000B

Boot Time

0x173B3B63

F54

Y Y Y Y

30014

0x000D

Product Serial #

65535

F60_12

Serial

Y Y Y Y

30021

0x0014

Order Code

65535

F60_34

OrderCode 17

30038

0x0025

MAC Address 1

65535

F60_6A

Y Y Y Y

30047

0x002E

Comms CPU fw Version

65535

F2

Y Y Y Y

Y Y Y Y

30049

0x0030

Boot

65535

F2

Y Y Y Y

30050

0x0031

Comms CPU Firmware


Date

0x010107D8

0x0C1F082E

F53

16844760 2

Y Y Y Y

30052

0x0033

Comms CPU Firmware


Time

0x173B3B63

F54

Y Y Y Y

30054

0x0035

Boot Date

0x010107D8

0x0C1F082E

F53

16844760 2

Y Y Y Y

30056

0x0037

Boot Time

0x173B3B63

F54

Y Y Y Y

30058

0x0039

MAC Address 1

65535

F60_6A

Y Y Y Y

30061

0x003C

MAC Address 2

65535

F60_6A

Y Y Y Y

30067

0x0042

FPGA Firmware Version

0xFFFFFFFF

F71

Y Y Y Y

30069

0x0044

IO F CPLD

0xFFFFFFFF

F71

Y Y Y Y

30071

0x0046

IO G CPLD

0xFFFFFFFF

F71

Y Y Y Y

30075

0x004A

AN J CPLD

0xFFFFFFFF

F71

Y Y Y Y

30077

0x004C

AN K CPLD

0xFFFFFFFF

F71

Y Y Y Y

30079

0x004E

Display CPLD

0xFFFFFFFF

F71

Y Y Y Y

Time
30241

0x00F0

Time

0x173B3B63

F54

Y Y Y Y

30243

0x00F2

Date

0x010107D8

0x0C1F082E

F53

16844760 2

Y Y Y Y

30245

0x00F4

RTC Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F52

Y Y Y Y

30247

0x00F6

System Clock

0xFFFFFFFF

F52

Y Y Y Y

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Description
Address Address

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Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

Targets
30257

0x0100

Target Custom Text

65535

F60_32

16

Y Y Y Y

30273

0x0110

Target Count

256

F0

Y Y Y Y

30274

0x0111

Target Cause

0xFFFFFFFF

FC134

Y Y Y Y

FC342

Y Y Y Y

F60_8A

Y Y Y Y

F30

Y Y Y Y

PTP Status
30300

0x012B

RTC Sync Source

30301

0x012C

Grandmaster ID

65535

30305

0x0130

RTC Accuracy

-999999999

999999999

30307

0x0132

Port 4 PTP State

FC343

Y Y Y Y

30308

0x0133

Port 5 PTP State

FC343

Y Y Y Y

User Map Value 1

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

ns

User Map Values


30524

0x020B

30525

0x020C

User Map Value 2

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30526

0x020D

User Map Value 3

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30527

0x020E

User Map Value 4

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30528

0x020F

User Map Value 5

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30529

0x0210

User Map Value 6

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30530

0x0211

User Map Value 7

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30531

0x0212

User Map Value 8

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30532

0x0213

User Map Value 9

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30533

0x0214

User Map Value 10

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30534

0x0215

User Map Value 11

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30535

0x0216

User Map Value 12

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30536

0x0217

User Map Value 13

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30537

0x0218

User Map Value 14

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30538

0x0219

User Map Value 15

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30539

0x021A

User Map Value 16

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30540

0x021B

User Map Value 17

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30541

0x021C

User Map Value 18

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30542

0x021D

User Map Value 19

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30543

0x021E

User Map Value 20

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30544

0x021F

User Map Value 21

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30545

0x0220

User Map Value 22

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30546

0x0221

User Map Value 23

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30547

0x0222

User Map Value 24

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30548

0x0223

User Map Value 25

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30549

0x0224

User Map Value 26

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30550

0x0225

User Map Value 27

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30551

0x0226

User Map Value 28

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30552

0x0227

User Map Value 29

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30553

0x0228

User Map Value 30

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30554

0x0229

User Map Value 31

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30555

0x022A

User Map Value 32

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30556

0x022B

User Map Value 33

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30557

0x022C

User Map Value 34

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

30558

0x022D

65535

F0

30559

0x022E

User Map Value 36

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30560

0x022F

User Map Value 37

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30561

0x0230

User Map Value 38

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30562

0x0231

User Map Value 39

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30563

0x0232

User Map Value 40

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30564

0x0233

User Map Value 41

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30565

0x0234

User Map Value 42

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30566

0x0235

User Map Value 43

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30567

0x0236

User Map Value 44

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30568

0x0237

User Map Value 45

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30569

0x0238

User Map Value 46

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30570

0x0239

User Map Value 47

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30571

0x023A

User Map Value 48

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30572

0x023B

User Map Value 49

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30573

0x023C

User Map Value 50

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30574

0x023D

User Map Value 51

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30575

0x023E

User Map Value 52

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30576

0x023F

User Map Value 53

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30577

0x0240

User Map Value 54

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30578

0x0241

User Map Value 55

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30579

0x0242

User Map Value 56

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30580

0x0243

User Map Value 57

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30581

0x0244

User Map Value 58

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30582

0x0245

User Map Value 59

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30583

0x0246

User Map Value 60

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30584

0x0247

User Map Value 61

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30585

0x0248

User Map Value 62

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30586

0x0249

User Map Value 63

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30587

0x024A

User Map Value 64

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30588

0x024B

User Map Value 65

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30589

0x024C

User Map Value 66

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30590

0x024D

User Map Value 67

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30591

0x024E

User Map Value 68

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30592

0x024F

User Map Value 69

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30593

0x0250

User Map Value 70

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30594

0x0251

User Map Value 71

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30595

0x0252

User Map Value 72

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30596

0x0253

User Map Value 73

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30597

0x0254

User Map Value 74

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30598

0x0255

User Map Value 75

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30599

0x0256

User Map Value 76

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30600

0x0257

User Map Value 77

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30601

0x0258

User Map Value 78

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30602

0x0259

User Map Value 79

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

User Map Value 35

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

30603

0x025A

65535

F0

30604

0x025B

User Map Value 81

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30605

0x025C

User Map Value 82

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30606

0x025D

User Map Value 83

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30607

0x025E

User Map Value 84

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30608

0x025F

User Map Value 85

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30609

0x0260

User Map Value 86

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30610

0x0261

User Map Value 87

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30611

0x0262

User Map Value 88

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30612

0x0263

User Map Value 89

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30613

0x0264

User Map Value 90

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30614

0x0265

User Map Value 91

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30615

0x0266

User Map Value 92

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30616

0x0267

User Map Value 93

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30617

0x0268

User Map Value 94

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30618

0x0269

User Map Value 95

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30619

0x026A

User Map Value 96

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30620

0x026B

User Map Value 97

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30621

0x026C

User Map Value 98

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30622

0x026D

User Map Value 99

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30623

0x026E

User Map Value 100

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30624

0x026F

User Map Value 101

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30625

0x0270

User Map Value 102

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30626

0x0271

User Map Value 103

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30627

0x0272

User Map Value 104

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30628

0x0273

User Map Value 105

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30629

0x0274

User Map Value 106

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30630

0x0275

User Map Value 107

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30631

0x0276

User Map Value 108

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30632

0x0277

User Map Value 109

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30633

0x0278

User Map Value 110

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30634

0x0279

User Map Value 111

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30635

0x027A

User Map Value 112

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30636

0x027B

User Map Value 113

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30637

0x027C

User Map Value 114

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30638

0x027D

User Map Value 115

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30639

0x027E

User Map Value 116

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30640

0x027F

User Map Value 117

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30641

0x0280

User Map Value 118

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30642

0x0281

User Map Value 119

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30643

0x0282

User Map Value 120

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30644

0x0283

User Map Value 121

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30645

0x0284

User Map Value 122

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30646

0x0285

User Map Value 123

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

30647

0x0286

User Map Value 124

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

11-10

User Map Value 80

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

30648

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F51

Y Y Y Y

0x0287

User Map Value 125

Event Recorder
30660

0x0293

Date/Time Of Last Clear

0xFFFFFFFF

30662

0x0295

Time Of Last Clear (us)

999999

30664

0x0297

Events Since Last Clear

1024

F10

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

us

Input / Output Status


30700

0x02BB

CI Inputs 1-32

0xFFFFFFFF

FC194

30706

0x02C1

CO Outputs

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198

Y Y Y Y

30708

0x02C3

LEDs 1-16

0xFFFFFFFF

FC300

Y Y Y Y

30710

0x02C5

LED 17

0xFFFFFFFF

FC301

Y Y Y Y

30712

0x02C7

Device Status

0xFFFFFFFF

FC135

Y Y Y Y

30714

0x02C9

Virtual Inputs 1-32

0xFFFFFFFF

F10

Y Y Y Y

30722

0x02D1

Virtual Outputs 1-32

0xFFFFFFFF

F10

Y Y Y Y

30734

0x02DD Remote Inputs 1-32

0xFFFFFFFF

FC191

Y Y Y Y

30746

0x02E9

Element Status 1 (Any


Trip)

65535

FE001

Y Y Y Y

30747

0x02EA

Element Status 2 (Any


Alarm)

65535

FE002

Y Y Y Y

30748

0x02EB

Element Status 3 (Any


Inhibit)

65535

FE003

Y Y Y Y

30749

0x02EC

Element Status 4 (Any


Stop)

65535

FE004

Y Y Y Y

30750

0x02ED

Element Status 5 (Any


Block)

65535

FE005

Y Y Y Y

30751

0x02EE

Element Status 6 (Any


Pickup)

65535

FE006

Y Y Y Y

30752

0x02EF

Element Status 7 (Any OP) 0

65535

FE007

Y Y Y Y

30753

0x02F0

Element Status 8 (Reset)

65535

FE008

Y Y Y Y

30754

0x02F1

Element Status 9 (Setpoint 0


Access)

65535

FE009

Y Y Y Y

30755

0x02F2

Element Status 10 (Active 0


Security Login)

65535

FE010

Y Y Y Y

30756

0x02F3

Element Status 11
(Security Status)

65535

FE011

Y Y Y Y

30757

0x02F4

Element Status 12
(Targets Active)

65535

FE012

Y Y Y Y

30758

0x02F5

Element Status 13 (In


Service)

65535

FE013

Y Y Y Y

30759

0x02F6

Element Status 14 (Test


Mode)

65535

FE014

Y Y Y Y

30760

0x02F7

Element Status 15 (Any


Major Error)

65535

FE015

Y Y Y Y

30761

0x02F8

Element Status 16 (Any


Minor Error)

65535

FE016

Y Y Y Y

30762

0x02F9

Element Status 17
(Programmable PB 1)

65535

FE017

Y Y Y Y

30763

0x02FA

Element Status 18
(Programmable PB 2)

65535

FE018

Y Y Y Y

30764

0x02FB

Element Status 19
(Programmable PB 3)

65535

FE019

Y Y Y Y

30765

0x02FC

Element Status 20 (Output 0


Relay 1)

65535

FE020

Y Y Y Y

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Address Address

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Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

30766

0x02FD

Element Status 21 (Output 0


Relay 2)

65535

FE021

Y Y Y Y

30767

0x02FE

Element Status 22 (Output 0


Relay 3)

65535

FE022

Y Y Y Y

30768

0x02FF

Element Status 23 (Output 0


Relay 4)

65535

FE023

Y Y Y Y

30769

0x0300

Element Status 24 (Output 0


Relay 5)

65535

FE024

Y Y Y Y

30770

0x0301

Element Status 25 (Output 0


Relay 6)

65535

FE025

Y Y Y Y

30771

0x0302

Element Status 26 (Critical 0


Fail)

65535

FE026

Y Y Y Y

30772

0x0303

Element Status 27
(Comms OK)

65535

FE027

Y Y Y Y

30773

0x0304

Element Status 28 (Motor 0


Status)

65535

FE028

30774

0x0305

Element Status 29 (BKR1


Status Closed)

65535

FE029

Y Y Y Y

30775

0x0306

Element Status 30 (BKR1


Status Opened)

65535

FE030

Y Y Y Y

30776

0x0307

Element Status 31 (BKR1


Status Unknown)

65535

FE031

Y Y Y Y

30777

0x0308

Element Status 32 (BKR1


Status Disconnected)

65535

FE032

Y Y Y Y

30778

0x0309

Element Status 33 (BKR1


52a Contact)

65535

FE033

Y Y Y Y

30779

0x030A

Element Status 34 (BKR1


52b Contact)

65535

FE034

Y Y Y Y

30780

0x030B

Element Status 35 (BKR2


Status Closed)

65535

FE035

Y Y

30781

0x030C

Element Status 36 (BKR2


Status Opened)

65535

FE036

Y Y

30782

0x030D

Element Status 37 (BKR2


Status Unknown)

65535

FE037

Y Y

30783

0x030E

Element Status 38 (BKR2


Status Disconnected)

65535

FE038

Y Y

30784

0x030F

Element Status 39 (BKR2


52a Contact)

65535

FE039

Y Y

30785

0x0310

Element Status 40 (BKR2


52b Contact)

65535

FE040

Y Y

30786

0x0311

Element Status 41 (BKR3


Status Closed)

65535

FE041

30787

0x0312

Element Status 42 (BKR3


Status Opened)

65535

FE042

30788

0x0313

Element Status 43 (BKR3


Status Unknown)

65535

FE043

30789

0x0314

Element Status 44 (BKR3


Status Disconnected)

65535

FE044

30790

0x0315

Element Status 45 (BKR3


52a Contact)

65535

FE045

30791

0x0316

Element Status 46 (BKR3


52b Contact)

65535

FE046

30792

0x0317

Element Status 47
0
(Contactor Status Closed)

65535

FE047

30793

0x0318

Element Status 48
0
(Contactor Status Opened)

65535

FE048

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

30794

0x0319

Element Status 49
(Contactor Status
Unknown)

65535

FE049

30795

0x031A

Element Status 50
(Contactor Status
Disconnected)

65535

FE050

30796

0x031B

Element Status 51 (Stop)

65535

FE051

30797

0x031C

Element Status 52 (Start)

65535

FE052

30810

0x0329

Element Status 65 (VFD)

65535

FE065

30811

0x032A

Element Status 66
(Percent Differential)

65535

FE066

Y Y Y

30812

0x032B

Element Status 67 (Overall 0


Differential)

65535

FE067

30813

0x032C

Element Status 68
(Percent Differential
Saturation)

65535

FE068

Y Y Y

30814

0x032D

Element Status 69 (Overall 0


Differential Saturation)

65535

FE069

30815

0x032E

Element Status 70
(Percent Differential
Direction)

65535

FE070

Y Y Y

30816

0x032F

Element Status 71 (Overall 0


Differential Direction)

65535

FE071

30817

0x0330

Element Status 72
(Percent Differential
Warning)

65535

FE072

Y Y Y

30818

0x0331

Element Status 73 (Overall 0


Differential Warning)

65535

FE073

30819

0x0332

Element Status 74
(Percent Differential
Harmonic)

65535

FE074

Y Y

30820

0x0333

Element Status 75 (Overall 0


Differential Harmonic)

65535

FE075

30821

0x0334

Element Status 76
(Instantaneous
Differential)

65535

FE076

Y Y

30822

0x0335

Element Status 77 (Overall 0


Instantaneous
Differential)

65535

FE077

30823

0x0336

Element Status 78
(Thermal Trip)

65535

FE078

30824

0x0337

Element Status 79
(Thermal Alarm)

65535

FE079

30825

0x0338

Element Status 80
(Current Unbalance
Alarm)

65535

FE080

30826

0x0339

Element Status 81
(Current Unbalance Trip)

65535

FE081

30827

0x033A

Element Status 82
(Mechanical Jam)

65535

FE082

30828

0x033B

Element Status 83
(Undercurrent Alarm)

65535

FE083

30829

0x033C

Element Status 84
(Undercurrent Trip)

65535

FE084

30830

0x033D

Element Status 85
(Overload)

65535

FE085

Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

30831

0x033E

Element Status 86 (Short


Circuit)

65535

FE086

30832

0x033F

Element Status 87 (Short


Circuit Speed 2)

65535

FE087

30833

0x0340

Element Status 88
(Ground Fault Alarm)

65535

FE088

30834

0x0341

Element Status 89
(Ground Fault Trip)

65535

FE089

30835

0x0342

Element Status 90
(Acceleration Time)

65535

FE090

30836

0x0343

Element Status 91
(Speed2 Acceleration)

65535

FE091

30837

0x0344

Element Status 92
(Underpower Alarm)

65535

FE092

30838

0x0345

Element Status 93
(Underpower Trip)

65535

FE093

30839

0x0346

Element Status 94
(Transformer Overload)

65535

FE094

30840

0x0347

Element Status 95 (Motor 0


Speed 2 UC Alarm)

65535

FE095

30841

0x0348

Element Status 96 (Motor 0


Speed 2 UC Trip)

65535

FE096

30842

0x0349

Element Status 97 (Phase 0


TOC 1)

65535

FE097

Y Y Y Y

30843

0x034A

Element Status 98 (Phase 0


TOC 2)

65535

FE098

30844

0x034B

Element Status 99 (Phase 0


TOC 3)

65535

FE099

30845

0x034C

Element Status 100


(Phase IOC 1)

65535

FE100

Y Y Y Y

30846

0x034D

Element Status 101


(Phase IOC 2)

65535

FE101

Y Y Y Y

30847

0x034E

Element Status 102


(Phase IOC 3)

65535

FE102

Y Y

30848

0x034F

Element Status 103


(Phase IOC 4)

65535

FE103

Y Y

30849

0x0350

Element Status 104


(Phase IOC 5)

65535

FE104

Y Y

30850

0x0351

Element Status 105


(Phase IOC 6)

65535

FE105

Y Y

30851

0x0352

Element Status 106


(Phase IOC 7)

65535

FE106

30852

0x0353

Element Status 107


(Phase IOC 8)

65535

FE107

30853

0x0354

Element Status 108


(Phase Directional OC)

65535

FE108

Y Y Y Y

30854

0x0355

Element Status 109


(Neutral TOC 1)

65535

FE109

Y Y Y Y

30855

0x0356

Element Status 110


(Neutral TOC 2)

65535

FE110

30856

0x0357

Element Status 111 (Ntrl


TOC 3)

65535

FE111

30857

0x0358

Element Status 112


(Neutral IOC 1)

65535

FE112

Y Y Y Y

30858

0x0359

Element Status 113


(Neutral IOC 2)

65535

FE113

Y Y Y Y

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0 9 9 5

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Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

30859

0x035A

Element Status 114 (Ntrl


IOC 3)

65535

FE114

30860

0x035B

Element Status 115 (Ntrl


IOC 4)

65535

FE115

30861

0x035C

Element Status 116 (Ntrl


IOC 5)

65535

FE116

30862

0x035D

Element Status 117 (Ntrl


IOC 6)

65535

FE117

30863

0x035E

Element Status 118


(Neutral Directional OC)

65535

FE118

Y Y Y Y

30864

0x035F

Element Status 119


(Ground TOC 1)

65535

FE119

Y Y Y Y

30865

0x0360

Element Status 120


(Ground TOC 2)

65535

FE120

Y Y

30866

0x0361

Element Status 121


(Ground TOC 3)

65535

FE121

30867

0x0362

Element Status 122


(Ground IOC 1)

65535

FE122

Y Y Y Y

30868

0x0363

Element Status 123


(Ground IOC 2)

65535

FE123

Y Y

30869

0x0364

Element Status 124


(Ground IOC 3)

65535

FE124

30870

0x0365

Element Status 125


(Ground IOC 4)

65535

FE125

30871

0x0366

Element Status 126 (Gnd


IOC 5)

65535

FE126

30872

0x0367

Element Status 127 (Gnd


IOC 6)

65535

FE127

30873

0x0368

Element Status 128


(Ground Directional OC)

65535

FE128

Y Y

30874

0x0369

Element Status 129


(Sensitive Ground TOC 1)

65535

FE129

30876

0x036B

Element Status 131


(Sensitive Ground IOC 1)

65535

FE131

30878

0x036D

Element Status 133


(Sensitive Ground
Directional OC)

65535

FE133

30879

0x036E

Element Status 134


(Restricted Ground Fault
1)

65535

FE134

Y Y

30880

0x036F

Element Status 135


(Restricted Ground Fault
2)

65535

FE135

30881

0x0370

Element Status 136


(Restricted Ground Fault
3)

65535

FE136

30882

0x0371

Element Status 137


(Negative Sequence TOC
1)

65535

FE137

30883

0x0372

Element Status 138


(Negative Sequence TOC
2)

65535

FE138

30884

0x0373

Element Status 139 (Neg


Seq TOC 3)

65535

FE139

30885

0x0374

Element Status 140


(Negative Sequence IOC
1)

65535

FE140

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

30886

0x0375

Element Status 141


(Negative Sequence IOC
2)

65535

FE141

Y Y

30887

0x0376

Element Status 142 (Neg


Seq IOC 3)

65535

FE142

Y Y

30888

0x0377

Element Status 143


(Negative Sequence Dir
OC)

65535

FE143

30889

0x0378

Element Status 144


(Broken Conductor)

65535

FE144

30890

0x0379

Element Status 145 (Load 0


Encroachment)

65535

FE145

30891

0x037A

Element Status 146 (Cable 0


Thermal Model)

65535

FE146

30892

0x037B

Element Status 147 (Cable 0


Thermal Model Alarm)

65535

FE147

30893

0x037C

Element Status 148


(Phase Reversal)

65535

FE148

Y Y

30894

0x037D

Element Status 149


(Phase UV 1)

65535

FE149

Y Y Y Y

30895

0x037E

Element Status 150


(Phase UV 2)

65535

FE150

Y Y Y Y

30896

0x037F

Element Status 151


(Auxiliary UV 1)

65535

FE151

Y Y Y Y

30897

0x0380

Element Status 152


(Auxiliary UV 2)

65535

FE152

Y Y Y Y

30898

0x0381

Element Status 153


(Phase OV 1)

65535

FE153

Y Y Y Y

30899

0x0382

Element Status 154


(Phase OV 2)

65535

FE154

Y Y Y Y

30900

0x0383

Element Status 155


(Auxiliary OV 1)

65535

FE155

Y Y Y Y

30901

0x0384

Element Status 156 (Aux


OV 2)

65535

FE156

30902

0x0385

Element Status 157


(Neutral OV 1)

65535

FE157

Y Y Y Y

30904

0x0387

Element Status 159


0
(Negative Sequence OV 1)

65535

FE159

Y Y Y Y

30905

0x0388

Element Status 160


0
(Negative Sequence OV 2)

65535

FE160

30906

0x0389

Element Status 161 (Volts 0


per Hertz 1)

65535

FE161

Y Y

30907

0x038A

Element Status 162 (Volts 0


per Hertz 2)

65535

FE162

Y Y

30908

0x038B

Element Status 163 (Dir


Power 1)

65535

FE163

Y Y Y Y

30909

0x038C

Element Status 164 (Dir


Power 2)

65535

FE164

Y Y Y Y

30910

0x038D

Element Status 165


(WattMetric 1)

65535

FE165

30912

0x038F

Element Status 167


(Underfrequency 1)

65535

FE167

Y Y Y Y

30913

0x0390

Element Status 168


(Underfrequency 2)

65535

FE168

Y Y Y Y

30914

0x0391

Element Status 169


(Underfrequency 3)

65535

FE169

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

30915

0x0392

Element Status 170


(Underfrequency 4)

65535

FE170

Y Y Y Y

30916

0x0393

Element Status 171


(Underfrequency 5)

65535

FE171

30917

0x0394

Element Status 172


(Underfrequency 6)

65535

FE172

30918

0x0395

Element Status 173


(Overfrequency 1)

65535

FE173

Y Y Y Y

30919

0x0396

Element Status 174


(Overfrequency 2)

65535

FE174

Y Y Y Y

30920

0x0397

Element Status 175


(Overfrequency 3)

65535

FE175

30921

0x0398

Element Status 176


(Overfrequency 4)

65535

FE176

30922

0x0399

Element Status 177


(Frequency Rate Of
Change 1)

65535

FE177

Y Y Y Y

30923

0x039A

Element Status 178


(Frequency Rate Of
Change 2)

65535

FE178

Y Y Y Y

30924

0x039B

Element Status 179


(Frequency Rate Of
Change 3)

65535

FE179

30925

0x039C

Element Status 180


(Frequency Rate Of
Change 4)

65535

FE180

30926

0x039D

Element Status 181


(Frequency Rate Of
Change 5)

65535

FE181

30927

0x039E

Element Status 182


(Frequency Rate Of
Change 6)

65535

FE182

30928

0x039F

Element Status 183


(Transformer Status
Detection)

65535

FE183

30929

0x03A0

Element Status 184 (Tap


Changer Setup)

65535

FE184

30930

0x03A1

Element Status 185


0
(Harmonic Derating Load
Limit)

65535

FE185

30931

0x03A2

Element Status 186 (W1


Harmonic Derating)

65535

FE186

30932

0x03A3

Element Status 187 (W2


Harmonic Derating)

65535

FE187

30933

0x03A4

Element Status 188 (W3


Harmonic Derating)

65535

FE188

30934

0x03A5

Element Status 189 (Xfmr 0


Hottest-Spot Temp)

65535

FE189

30935

0x03A6

Element Status 190 (Xfmr 0


Aging Factor)

65535

FE190

30936

0x03A7

Element Status 191 (Xfmr 0


Loss of Life)

65535

FE191

30937

0x03A8

Element Status 192 (Tap


Changer Failure)

65535

FE192

30938

0x03A9

Element Status 193 (Trip


Coil Monitor 1)

65535

FE193

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

30939

0x03AA

Element Status 194 (Trip


Coil Monitor 2)

65535

FE194

Y Y

30940

0x03AB

Element Status 195 (Trip


Coil Monitor 3)

65535

FE195

30941

0x03AC

Element Status 196 (Close 0


Coil Monitor 1)

65535

FE196

Y Y Y Y

30942

0x03AD Element Status 197 (Close 0


Coil Monitor 2)

65535

FE197

Y Y

30943

0x03AE

Element Status 198 (Close 0


Coil Monitor 3)

65535

FE198

30944

0x03AF

Element Status 199


0
(Breaker 1 Arcing Current)

65535

FE199

Y Y Y Y

30945

0x03B0

Element Status 200


0
(Breaker 2 Arcing Current)

65535

FE200

Y Y

30946

0x03B1

Element Status 201


0
(Breaker 3 Arcing Current)

65535

FE201

30947

0x03B2

Element Status 202


(Breaker1 Health)

65535

FE202

Y Y Y Y

30948

0x03B3

Element Status 203


(Breaker2 Health)

65535

FE203

Y Y Y Y

30949

0x03B4

Element Status 204


(Breaker3 Health)

65535

FE204

Y Y Y Y

30950

0x03B5

Element Status 205


(Breaker1 Arc Health)

65535

FE205

Y Y Y Y

30951

0x03B6

Element Status 206


(Breaker2 Arc Health)

65535

FE206

Y Y Y Y

30952

0x03B7

Element Status 207


(Breaker3 Arc Health)

65535

FE207

Y Y Y Y

30953

0x03B8

Element Status 208


(Broken Rotor Bar)

65535

FE208

30954

0x03B9

Element Status 209


(Power Factor 1)

65535

FE209

Y Y Y Y

30955

0x03BA

Element Status 210


(Power Factor 2)

65535

FE210

Y Y Y Y

30956

0x03BB

Element Status 211


(Current Dmd 1)

65535

FE211

Y Y Y Y

30957

0x03BC

Element Status 212


(Current Dmd 2)

65535

FE212

30958

0x03BD Element Status 213


(Current Dmd 3)

65535

FE213

30959

0x03BE

Element Status 214 (Real


Power Demand)

65535

FE214

Y Y Y Y

30960

0x03BF

Element Status 215


0
(Reactive Power Demand)

65535

FE215

Y Y Y Y

30961

0x03C0

Element Status 216


(Apparent Power
Demand)

65535

FE216

Y Y Y Y

30962

0x03C1

Element Status 217 (Pulse 0


Out)

65535

FE217

Y Y Y Y

30963

0x03C2

Element Status 218


(Digital Counter 1)

65535

FE218

Y Y Y Y

30964

0x03C3

Element Status 219


(Digital Counter 2)

65535

FE219

Y Y Y Y

30965

0x03C4

Element Status 220


(Digital Counter 3)

65535

FE220

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

30966

0x03C5

Element Status 221


(Digital Counter 4)

65535

FE221

Y Y Y Y

30967

0x03C6

Element Status 222


(Digital Counter 5)

65535

FE222

Y Y Y Y

30968

0x03C7

Element Status 223


(Digital Counter 6)

65535

FE223

Y Y Y Y

30969

0x03C8

Element Status 224


(Digital Counter 7)

65535

FE224

Y Y Y Y

30970

0x03C9

Element Status 225


(Digital Counter 8)

65535

FE225

Y Y Y Y

30971

0x03CA

Element Status 226


(Digital Counter 9)

65535

FE226

Y Y Y Y

30972

0x03CB

Element Status 227


(Digital Counter 10)

65535

FE227

Y Y Y Y

30973

0x03CC

Element Status 228


(Digital Counter 11)

65535

FE228

Y Y Y Y

30974

0x03CD Element Status 229


(Digital Counter 12)

65535

FE229

Y Y Y Y

30975

0x03CE

Element Status 230


(Digital Counter 13)

65535

FE230

Y Y Y Y

30976

0x03CF

Element Status 231


(Digital Counter 14)

65535

FE231

Y Y Y Y

30977

0x03D0

Element Status 232


(Digital Counter 15)

65535

FE232

Y Y Y Y

30978

0x03D1

Element Status 233


(Digital Counter 16)

65535

FE233

Y Y Y Y

30979

0x03D2

Element Status 234


(Harmonic Detection 1)

65535

FE234

Y Y Y Y

30980

0x03D3

Element Status 235


(Harmonic Detection 2)

65535

FE235

Y Y Y Y

30981

0x03D4

Element Status 236


(Harmonic Detection 3)

65535

FE236

Y Y Y Y

30982

0x03D5

Element Status 237


(Harmonic Detection 4)

65535

FE237

Y Y Y Y

30983

0x03D6

Element Status 238


(Harmonic Detection 5)

65535

FE238

Y Y Y Y

30984

0x03D7

Element Status 239


(Harmonic Detection 6)

65535

FE239

Y Y Y Y

30985

0x03D8

Element Status 240 (Start 0


Inhibit)

65535

FE240

30986

0x03D9

Element Status 241


0
(Syslog Clear Commands)

65535

FE241

Y Y Y Y

30987

0x03DA Element Status 242


(Group 1)

65535

FE242

Y Y Y Y

30988

0x03DB Element Status 243


(Group 2)

65535

FE243

Y Y Y Y

30989

0x03DC Element Status 244


(Group 3)

65535

FE244

Y Y Y Y

30990

0x03DD Element Status 245


(Group 4)

65535

FE245

Y Y Y Y

30991

0x03DE

Element Status 246


(Group 5)

65535

FE246

Y Y Y Y

30992

0x03DF

Element Status 247


(Group 6)

65535

FE247

Y Y Y Y

30993

0x03E0

Element Status 248


(Thermal Inhibit)

65535

FE248

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

30994

0x03E1

Element Status 249 (Max


Start Rate)

65535

FE249

30995

0x03E2

Element Status 250 (Time 0


Between Starts)

65535

FE250

30996

0x03E3

Element Status 251


(Restart Delay)

65535

FE251

30997

0x03E4

Element Status 252


(Reduced Voltage Start)

65535

FE252

30998

0x03E5

Element Status 253


(Reduced Voltage Fail)

65535

FE253

30999

0x03E6

Element Status 254 (Local 0


Mode)

65535

FE254

Y Y Y Y

31000

0x03E7

Element Status 255 (Open 0


Breaker 1)

65535

FE255

Y Y Y Y

31001

0x03E8

Element Status 256 (Open 0


Breaker 2)

65535

FE256

Y Y

31002

0x03E9

Element Status 257 (Open 0


Breaker 3)

65535

FE257

31003

0x03EA

Element Status 258 (Close 0


Breaker 1)

65535

FE258

31004

0x03EB

Element Status 259 (Close 0


Breaker 2)

65535

FE259

Y Y

31005

0x03EC

Element Status 260 (Close 0


Breaker 3)

65535

FE260

31006

0x03ED

Element Status 261 (Trip


Bus 1)

65535

FE261

Y Y Y Y

31007

0x03EE

Element Status 262 (Trip


Bus 2)

65535

FE262

Y Y Y Y

31008

0x03EF

Element Status 263 (Trip


Bus 3)

65535

FE263

Y Y Y Y

31009

0x03F0

Element Status 264 (Trip


Bus 4)

65535

FE264

Y Y Y Y

31010

0x03F1

Element Status 265 (Trip


Bus 5)

65535

FE265

Y Y Y Y

31011

0x03F2

Element Status 266 (Trip


Bus 6)

65535

FE266

Y Y Y Y

31012

0x03F3

Element Status 267


(Breaker Fail 1)

65535

FE267

Y Y Y Y

31013

0x03F4

Element Status 268


(Breaker Fail 2)

65535

FE268

Y Y

31014

0x03F5

Element Status 269


(Breaker Fail 3)

65535

FE269

31015

0x03F6

Element Status 270


(Synchrocheck 1)

65535

FE270

31017

0x03F8

Element Status 272


(Manual Close Blocking)

65535

FE272

31018

0x03F9

Element Status 273 (Cold


Load Pickup 1)

65535

FE273

31020

0x03FB

Element Status 275


(Undervoltage
Restoration)

65535

FE275

31021

0x03FC

Element Status 276


(Underfrequency
Restoration)

65535

FE276

31022

0x03FD

Element Status 277 (Bus


Transfer)

65535

FE277

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

31023

0x03FE

Element Status 278


(Transfer Initiated)

65535

FE278

31024

0x03FF

Element Status 279


(AutoReclose 1)

65535

FE279

31025

0x0400

Element Status 280 (AR1


Shot Cnt)

65535

FE280

31026

0x0401

Element Status 281 (AR1


Shot Cnt Reduction)

65535

FE281

31027

0x0402

Element Status 282 (AR1


Rate Supervision)

65535

FE282

31032

0x0407

Element Status 287 (VT


Fuse Fail 1)

65535

FE287

Y Y Y Y

31034

0x0409

Element Status 289 (NV


Latch 1)

65535

FE289

Y Y Y Y

31035

0x040A

Element Status 290 (NV


Latch 2)

65535

FE290

Y Y Y Y

31036

0x040B

Element Status 291 (NV


Latch 3)

65535

FE291

Y Y Y Y

31037

0x040C

Element Status 292 (NV


Latch 4)

65535

FE292

Y Y Y Y

31038

0x040D

Element Status 293 (NV


Latch 5)

65535

FE293

Y Y Y Y

31039

0x040E

Element Status 294 (NV


Latch 6)

65535

FE294

Y Y Y Y

31040

0x040F

Element Status 295 (NV


Latch 7)

65535

FE295

Y Y Y Y

31041

0x0410

Element Status 296 (NV


Latch 8)

65535

FE296

Y Y Y Y

31042

0x0411

Element Status 297 (NV


Latch 9)

65535

FE297

Y Y Y Y

31043

0x0412

Element Status 298 (NV


Latch 10)

65535

FE298

Y Y Y Y

31044

0x0413

Element Status 299 (NV


Latch 11)

65535

FE299

Y Y Y Y

31045

0x0414

Element Status 300 (NV


Latch 12)

65535

FE300

Y Y Y Y

31046

0x0415

Element Status 301 (NV


Latch 13)

65535

FE301

Y Y Y Y

31047

0x0416

Element Status 302 (NV


Latch 14)

65535

FE302

Y Y Y Y

31048

0x0417

Element Status 303 (NV


Latch 15)

65535

FE303

Y Y Y Y

31049

0x0418

Element Status 304 (NV


Latch 16)

65535

FE304

Y Y Y Y

31050

0x0419

Element Status 305


(FlexElement 1)

65535

FE305

Y Y Y Y

31051

0x041A

Element Status 306


(FlexElement 2)

65535

FE306

Y Y Y Y

31052

0x041B

Element Status 307


(FlexElement 3)

65535

FE307

Y Y Y Y

31053

0x041C

Element Status 308


(FlexElement 4)

65535

FE308

Y Y Y Y

31054

0x041D

Element Status 309


(FlexElement 5)

65535

FE309

Y Y Y Y

31055

0x041E

Element Status 310


(FlexElement 6)

65535

FE310

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

31056

0x041F

Element Status 311


(FlexElement 7)

65535

FE311

Y Y Y Y

31057

0x0420

Element Status 312


(FlexElement 8)

65535

FE312

Y Y Y Y

31058

0x0421

Element Status 313 (Hot


RTD)

65535

FE313

Y Y Y Y

31059

0x0422

Element Status 314 (RTD 1 0


Trip)

65535

FE314

Y Y Y Y

31060

0x0423

Element Status 315 (RTD 2 0


Trip)

65535

FE315

Y Y Y Y

31061

0x0424

Element Status 316 (RTD 3 0


Trip)

65535

FE316

Y Y Y Y

31062

0x0425

Element Status 317 (RTD 4 0


Trip)

65535

FE317

Y Y Y Y

31063

0x0426

Element Status 318 (RTD 5 0


Trip)

65535

FE318

Y Y Y Y

31064

0x0427

Element Status 319 (RTD 6 0


Trip)

65535

FE319

Y Y Y Y

31065

0x0428

Element Status 320 (RTD 7 0


Trip)

65535

FE320

Y Y Y Y

31066

0x0429

Element Status 321 (RTD 8 0


Trip)

65535

FE321

Y Y Y Y

31067

0x042A

Element Status 322 (RTD 9 0


Trip)

65535

FE322

Y Y Y Y

31068

0x042B

Element Status 323 (RTD


10 Trip)

65535

FE323

Y Y Y Y

31069

0x042C

Element Status 324 (RTD


11 Trip)

65535

FE324

Y Y Y Y

31070

0x042D

Element Status 325 (RTD


12 Trip)

65535

FE325

Y Y Y Y

31071

0x042E

Element Status 326 (RTD


13 Trip)

65535

FE326

Y Y Y Y

31077

0x0434

Element Status 332 (RTD 1 0


Alarm)

65535

FE332

Y Y Y Y

31078

0x0435

Element Status 333 (RTD 2 0


Alarm)

65535

FE333

Y Y Y Y

31079

0x0436

Element Status 334 (RTD 3 0


Alarm)

65535

FE334

Y Y Y Y

31080

0x0437

Element Status 335 (RTD 4 0


Alarm)

65535

FE335

Y Y Y Y

31081

0x0438

Element Status 336 (RTD 5 0


Alarm)

65535

FE336

Y Y Y Y

31082

0x0439

Element Status 337 (RTD 6 0


Alarm)

65535

FE337

Y Y Y Y

31083

0x043A

Element Status 338 (RTD 7 0


Alarm)

65535

FE338

Y Y Y Y

31084

0x043B

Element Status 339 (RTD 8 0


Alarm)

65535

FE339

Y Y Y Y

31085

0x043C

Element Status 340 (RTD 9 0


Alarm)

65535

FE340

Y Y Y Y

31086

0x043D

Element Status 341 (RTD


10 Alarm)

65535

FE341

Y Y Y Y

31087

0x043E

Element Status 342 (RTD


11 Alarm)

65535

FE342

Y Y Y Y

31088

0x043F

Element Status 343 (RTD


12 Alarm)

65535

FE343

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

31089

0x0440

Element Status 344 (RTD


13 Alarm)

65535

FE344

Y Y Y Y

31131

0x046A

Element Status 386


(Analog Input 1 Trip)

65535

FE386

Y Y Y Y

31132

0x046B

Element Status 387


(Analog Input 2 Trip)

65535

FE387

Y Y Y Y

31133

0x046C

Element Status 388


(Analog Input 3 Trip)

65535

FE388

Y Y Y Y

31134

0x046D

Element Status 389


(Analog Input 4 Trip)

65535

FE389

Y Y Y Y

31143

0x0476

Element Status 398


(Analog Input 1 Alarm)

65535

FE398

Y Y Y Y

31144

0x0477

Element Status 399


(Analog Input 2 Alarm)

65535

FE399

Y Y Y Y

31145

0x0478

Element Status 400


(Analog Input 3 Alarm)

65535

FE400

Y Y Y Y

31146

0x0479

Element Status 401


(Analog Input 4 Alarm)

65535

FE401

Y Y Y Y

31155

0x0482

Element Status 410 (Fault 0


Locator)

65535

FE410

Y Y Y Y

31157

0x0484

Element Status 412 (Fast


Underfrequency 1)

65535

FE412

31158

0x0485

Element Status 413 (Fast


Underfrequency 2)

65535

FE413

31159

0x0486

Element Status 414 (Fast


Underfrequency 3)

65535

FE414

31160

0x0487

Element Status 415 (Fast


Underfrequency 4)

65535

FE415

31161

0x0488

Element Status 416 (Fast


Underfrequency 5)

65535

FE416

31162

0x0489

Element Status 417 (Fast


Underfrequency 6)

65535

FE417

31163

0x048A

Element Status 418 (Fast


Underfrequency 7)

65535

FE418

31164

0x048B

Element Status 419 (Fast


Underfrequency 8)

65535

FE419

31165

0x048C

Element Status 420 (Arc


Flash 1)

65535

FE420

Y Y Y Y

31166

0x048D

Element Status 421 (Arc


Flash 1 Light 1-4)

65535

FE421

Y Y Y Y

31168

0x048F

Element Status 423 (Arc


Flash 1 High Speed IOC)

65535

FE423

Y Y Y Y

31169

0x0490

Element Status 424 (Arc


0
Flash 1 Light 1-4 AND HS
IOC)

65535

FE424

Y Y Y Y

31183

0x049E

Element Status 438 (Arc


Flash Light Sensor
Trouble)

65535

FE438

Y Y Y Y

31184

0x049F

Element Status 439 (Arc


Flash Light Sensor 1-4
Trouble)

65535

FE439

Y Y Y Y

31186

0x04A1

Element Status 441


(Generator Status)

65535

FE441

31187

0x04A2

Element Status 442


(Running Hours)

65535

FE442

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

31188

0x04A3

Element Status 443 (Freq


OOB Accum 1)

65535

FE443

31189

0x04A4

Element Status 444 (Freq


OOB Accum 2)

65535

FE444

31190

0x04A5

Element Status 445 (Freq


OOB Accum 3)

65535

FE445

31191

0x04A6

Element Status 446 (Freq


OOB Accum 4)

65535

FE446

31192

0x04A7

Element Status 447 (Freq


OOB Accum 5)

65535

FE447

31193

0x04A8

Element Status 448 (Freq


OOB Accum 6)

65535

FE448

31194

0x04A9

Element Status 449 (Freq


OOB Accum 7)

65535

FE449

31195

0x04AA

Element Status 450


(Generator Unbalance
Trip)

65535

FE450

31196

0x04AB

Element Status 451


(Generator Unbalance
Alarm)

65535

FE451

31197

0x04AC

Element Status 452


0
(Inadvertent Energization)

65535

FE452

31198

0x04AD Element Status 453


(Offline Overcurrent)

65535

FE453

31199

0x04AE

Element Status 454 (Field 0


Breaker Discrepancy)

65535

FE454

31200

0x04AF

Element Status 455


(Sequential Shutdown)

65535

FE455

31201

0x04B0

Element Status 456


(Reactive Power Trip)

65535

FE456

31202

0x04B1

Element Status 457


(Reactive Power Alarm)

65535

FE457

31203

0x04B2

Element Status 458 (3rd 0


Harmonic Neutral UV Trip)

65535

FE458

31204

0x04B3

Element Status 459 (3rd


Harmonic Neutral UV
Alarm)

65535

FE459

31205

0x04B4

Element Status 460 (3rd


Harmonic Voltage Diff
Trip)

65535

FE460

31206

0x04B5

Element Status 461 (3rd


Harmonic Voltage Diff
Alarm)

65535

FE461

31207

0x04B6

Element Status 462 (Loss 0


of Excitation Circle 1)

65535

FE462

31208

0x04B7

Element Status 463 (Loss 0


of Excitation Circle 2)

65535

FE463

31209

0x04B8

Element Status 464 (Outof-Step)

65535

FE464

31210

0x04B9

Element Status 465


(Thermal Overload
Protection)

65535

FE465

31211

0x04BA

Element Status 466


(Stator Inter-Turn Fault)

65535

FE466

31212

0x04BB

Element Status 467 (DGA


Alarm)

65535

FE467

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Y
Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

31213

0x04BC

65535

FE468

Y Y Y Y

31214

0x04BD Element Status 469

65535

FE469

Y Y Y Y

31215

0x04BE

Element Status 470

65535

FE470

Y Y Y Y

31216

0x04BF

Element Status 471

65535

FE471

Y Y Y Y

31217

0x04C0

Element Status 472

65535

FE472

Y Y Y Y

31218

0x04C1

Element Status 473

65535

FE473

Y Y Y Y

31219

0x04C2

Element Status 474

65535

FE474

Y Y Y Y

31220

0x04C3

Element Status 475

65535

FE475

Y Y Y Y

31221

0x04C4

Element Status 476

65535

FE476

Y Y Y Y

31222

0x04C5

Element Status 477

65535

FE477

Y Y Y Y

31223

0x04C6

Element Status 478

65535

FE478

Y Y Y Y

31224

0x04C7

Element Status 479

65535

FE479

Y Y Y Y

31225

0x04C8

Element Status 480

65535

FE480

Y Y Y Y

31226

0x04C9

Element Status 481

65535

FE481

Y Y Y Y

31227

0x04CA

Element Status 482

65535

FE482

Y Y Y Y

31228

0x04CB

Element Status 483

65535

FE483

Y Y Y Y

31229

0x04CC

Element Status 484

65535

FE484

Y Y Y Y

31230

0x04CD Element Status 485

65535

FE485

Y Y Y Y

31231

0x04CE

65535

FE486

Y Y Y Y

31232

0x04CF

Element Status 487

65535

FE487

Y Y Y Y

31233

0x04D0

Element Status 488

65535

FE488

Y Y Y Y

31234

0x04D1

Element Status 489

65535

FE489

Y Y Y Y

31235

0x04D2

Element Status 490

65535

FE490

Y Y Y Y

31236

0x04D3

Element Status 491

65535

FE491

Y Y Y Y

31237

0x04D4

Element Status 492

65535

FE492

Y Y Y Y

31238

0x04D5

Element Status 493

65535

FE493

Y Y Y Y

31239

0x04D6

Element Status 494

65535

FE494

Y Y Y Y

31240

0x04D7

Element Status 495

65535

FE495

Y Y Y Y

31241

0x04D8

Element Status 496

65535

FE496

Y Y Y Y

31242

0x04D9

Element Status 497

65535

FE497

Y Y Y Y

31243

0x04DA Element Status 498

65535

FE498

Y Y Y Y

31244

0x04DB Element Status 499

65535

FE499

Y Y Y Y

31245

0x04DC Element Status 500

65535

FE500

Y Y Y Y

31246

0x04DD Element Status 501

65535

FE501

Y Y Y Y

31247

0x04DE

Element Status 502

65535

FE502

Y Y Y Y

31248

0x04DF

Element Status 503

65535

FE503

Y Y Y Y

31249

0x04E0

Element Status 504

65535

FE504

Y Y Y Y

31250

0x04E1

Element Status 505

65535

FE505

Y Y Y Y

31251

0x04E2

Element Status 506

65535

FE506

Y Y Y Y

31252

0x04E3

Element Status 507

65535

FE507

Y Y Y Y

31253

0x04E4

Element Status 508

65535

FE508

Y Y Y Y

31254

0x04E5

Element Status 509

65535

FE509

Y Y Y Y

31255

0x04E6

Element Status 510

65535

FE510

Y Y Y Y

31256

0x04E7

Element Status 511

65535

FE511

Y Y Y Y

Element Status 468


(Remote Modbus Device
Offline)

Element Status 486

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

31257

0x04E8

65535

FE512

31258

0x04E9

Active Group

0xFFFF

FC132

Y Y Y Y

31259

0x04EA

Last Key Pressed

65535

FC118

Y Y Y Y

Element Status 512

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5
Y Y Y Y

Current Values 1
31270

0x04F5

J1 Ia

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y Y

31272

0x04F7

J1 Ib

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y Y

31274

0x04F9

J1 Ic

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y Y

31276

0x04FB

J1 Ig

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y Y

31278

0x04FD

J1 In

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y Y

31280

0x04FF

J1 Ia RMS

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y Y

31282

0x0501

J1 Ib RMS

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y Y

31284

0x0503

J1 Ic RMS

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y Y

31286

0x0505

J1 Ig RMS

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y Y

31288

0x0507

J1 In RMS

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y Y

31290

0x0509

J1 Ia Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y Y

31291

0x050A

J1 Ib Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y Y

31292

0x050B

J1 Ic Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y Y

31293

0x050C

J1 Ig Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y Y

31294

0x050D

J1 In Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y Y

31295

0x050E

J1 I AVG

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y Y

31297

0x0510

J1 I_0

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y Y

31299

0x0512

J1 I_1

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y Y

31301

0x0514

J1 I_2

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y Y

31303

0x0516

J1 I_0 Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y Y

31304

0x0517

J1 I_1 Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y Y

31305

0x0518

J1 I_2 Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y Y

31306

0x0519

J1 Igd

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

31308

0x051B

J1 Igd Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y

31309

0x051C

J1 Load

2000

F1

Y Y Y Y

Current Values 2
31320

0x0527

K1 Ia

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y

31322

0x0529

K1 Ib

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y

31324

0x052B

K1 Ic

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y

31326

0x052D

K1 Ig

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y Y

31328

0x052F

K1 In

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y

31330

0x0531

K1 Ia RMS

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y

31332

0x0533

K1 Ib RMS

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y

31334

0x0535

K1 Ic RMS

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y

31336

0x0537

K1 Ig RMS

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y Y

31338

0x0539

K1 In RMS

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y

31340

0x053B

K1 Ia Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y

31341

0x053C

K1 Ib Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y

31342

0x053D

K1 Ic Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y

31343

0x053E

K1 Ig Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y Y

31344

0x053F

K1 In Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

31345

0x0540

K1 I AVG

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y

31347

0x0542

K1 I_0

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y

31349

0x0544

K1 I_1

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y

31351

0x0546

K1 I_2

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y

31353

0x0548

K1 I_0 Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y

31354

0x0549

K1 I_1 Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y

31355

0x054A

K1 I_2 Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y

31356

0x054B

K1 Igd

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

31358

0x054D

K1 Igd Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y

31359

0x054E

K1 Load

2000

F1

Y Y

K2 Ia

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

Current Values 3
31370

0x0559

31372

0x055B

K2 Ib

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

31374

0x055D

K2 Ic

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

31376

0x055F

K2 Ig

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

31378

0x0561

K2 In

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

31380

0x0563

K2 Ia RMS

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

31382

0x0565

K2 Ib RMS

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

31384

0x0567

K2 Ic RMS

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

31386

0x0569

K2 Ig RMS

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

31388

0x056B

K2 In RMS

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

31390

0x056D

K2 Ia Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y

31391

0x056E

K2 Ib Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y

31392

0x056F

K2 Ic Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y

31393

0x0570

K2 Ig Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y

31394

0x0571

K2 In Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y

31395

0x0572

K2 I AVG

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

31397

0x0574

K2 I_0

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

31399

0x0576

K2 I_1

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

31401

0x0578

K2 I_2

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

31403

0x057A

K2 I_0 Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y

31404

0x057B

K2 I_1 Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y

31405

0x057C

K2 I_2 Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y

31406

0x057D

K2 Igd

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

31408

0x057F

K2 Igd Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y

31409

0x0580

K2 Load

2000

F1

Y Y

Voltages 1
31430

0x0595

J2 Van

200000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

31432

0x0597

J2 Vbn

200000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

31434

0x0599

J2 Vcn

200000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

31436

0x059B

J2 Vab

200000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

31438

0x059D

J2 Vbc

200000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

31440

0x059F

J2 Vca

200000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

31442

0x05A1

J2 Vn

200000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

31444

0x05A3

J2 Vaux

200000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

31446

0x05A5

J2 Van RMS

200000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

31448

0x05A7

J2 Vbn RMS

200000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

31450

0x05A9

J2 Vcn RMS

200000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

31452

0x05AB

J2 Vab RMS

200000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

31454

0x05AD J2 Vbc RMS

200000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

31456

0x05AF

J2 Vca RMS

200000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

31458

0x05B1

J2 Vn RMS

200000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

31460

0x05B3

J2 Vaux RMS

200000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

31462

0x05B5

J2 Van Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y Y

31463

0x05B6

J2 Vbn Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y Y

31464

0x05B7

J2 Vcn Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y Y

31465

0x05B8

J2 Vab Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y Y

31466

0x05B9

J2 Vbc Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y Y

31467

0x05BA

J2 Vca Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y Y

31468

0x05BB

J2 Vn Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y Y

31469

0x05BC

J2 Vaux Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y Y

31470

0x05BD J2 V AVG L-L

200000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

31472

0x05BF

J2 V AVG L-N

200000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

31474

0x05C1

J2 V0

200000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

31476

0x05C3

J2 V1

200000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

31478

0x05C5

J2 V2

200000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

31480

0x05C7

J2 V0 Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y Y

31481

0x05C8

J2 V1 Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y Y

31482

0x05C9

J2 V2 Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y Y Y

Voltages 2
31493

0x05D4

K2 Van

200000000

F12

31495

0x05D6

K2 Vbn

200000000

F12

31497

0x05D8

K2 Vcn

200000000

F12

31499

0x05DA K2 Vab

200000000

F12

31501

0x05DC K2 Vbc

200000000

F12

31503

0x05DE

K2 Vca

200000000

F12

31505

0x05E0

K2 Vn

200000000

F12

31507

0x05E2

K2 Vaux

200000000

F12

31509

0x05E4

K2 Van RMS

200000000

F12

31511

0x05E6

K2 Vbn RMS

200000000

F12

31513

0x05E8

K2 Vcn RMS

200000000

F12

31515

0x05EA

K2 Vab RMS

200000000

F12

31517

0x05EC

K2 Vbc RMS

200000000

F12

31519

0x05EE

K2 Vca RMS

200000000

F12

31521

0x05F0

K2 Vn RMS

200000000

F12

31523

0x05F2

K2 Vaux RMS

200000000

F12

31525

0x05F4

K2 Van Angle

-3599

F21

31526

0x05F5

K2 Vbn Angle

-3599

F21

31527

0x05F6

K2 Vcn Angle

-3599

F21

31528

0x05F7

K2 Vab Angle

-3599

F21

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

31529

0x05F8

-3599

F21

31530

0x05F9

K2 Vca Angle

-3599

F21

31531

0x05FA

K2 Vn Angle

-3599

F21

31532

0x05FB

K2 Vaux Angle

-3599

F21

31533

0x05FC

K2 V AVG L-L

200000000

F12

31535

0x05FE

K2 V AVG L-N

200000000

F12

31537

0x0600

K2 V0

200000000

F12

31539

0x0602

K2 V1

200000000

F12

31541

0x0604

K2 V2

200000000

F12

31543

0x0606

K2 V0 Angle

-3599

F21

31544

0x0607

K2 V1 Angle

-3599

F21

31545

0x0608

K2 V2 Angle

-3599

F21

Frequency

2000

90000

Hz

F13

2000

K2 Vbc Angle

Frequency Values 1
31571

0x0622

Y Y Y Y

Harmonics 1
31610

0x0649

J1 Phase A THD

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31611

0x064A

J1 Phase B THD

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31612

0x064B

J1 Phase C THD

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31613

0x064C

J1 Phase A 2nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31614

0x064D

J1 Phase B 2nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31615

0x064E

J1 Phase C 2nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31616

0x064F

J1 Phase A 3rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31617

0x0650

J1 Phase B 3rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31618

0x0651

J1 Phase C 3rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31619

0x0652

J1 Phase A 4th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31620

0x0653

J1 Phase B 4th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31621

0x0654

J1 Phase C 4th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31622

0x0655

J1 Phase A 5th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31623

0x0656

J1 Phase B 5th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31624

0x0657

J1 Phase C 5th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31625

0x0658

J1 Phase A 6th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31626

0x0659

J1 Phase B 6th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31627

0x065A

J1 Phase C 6th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31628

0x065B

J1 Phase A 7th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31629

0x065C

J1 Phase B 7th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31630

0x065D

J1 Phase C 7th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31631

0x065E

J1 Phase A 8th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31632

0x065F

J1 Phase B 8th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31633

0x0660

J1 Phase C 8th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31634

0x0661

J1 Phase A 9th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31635

0x0662

J1 Phase B 9th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31636

0x0663

J1 Phase C 9th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31637

0x0664

J1 Phase A 10th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31638

0x0665

J1 Phase B 10th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31639

0x0666

J1 Phase C 10th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

31640

0x0667

J1 Phase A 11th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31641

0x0668

J1 Phase B 11th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31642

0x0669

J1 Phase C 11th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31643

0x066A

J1 Phase A 12th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31644

0x066B

J1 Phase B 12th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31645

0x066C

J1 Phase C 12th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31646

0x066D

J1 Phase A 13th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31647

0x066E

J1 Phase B 13th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31648

0x066F

J1 Phase C 13th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31649

0x0670

J1 Phase A 14th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31650

0x0671

J1 Phase B 14th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31651

0x0672

J1 Phase C 14th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31652

0x0673

J1 Phase A 15th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31653

0x0674

J1 Phase B 15th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31654

0x0675

J1 Phase C 15th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31655

0x0676

J1 Phase A 16th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31656

0x0677

J1 Phase B 16th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31657

0x0678

J1 Phase C 16th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31658

0x0679

J1 Phase A 17th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31659

0x067A

J1 Phase B 17th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31660

0x067B

J1 Phase C 17th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31661

0x067C

J1 Phase A 18th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31662

0x067D

J1 Phase B 18th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31663

0x067E

J1 Phase C 18th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31664

0x067F

J1 Phase A 19th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31665

0x0680

J1 Phase B 19th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31666

0x0681

J1 Phase C 19th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31667

0x0682

J1 Phase A 20th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31668

0x0683

J1 Phase B 20th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31669

0x0684

J1 Phase C 20th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31670

0x0685

J1 Phase A 21st Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31671

0x0686

J1 Phase B 21st Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31672

0x0687

J1 Phase C 21st Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31673

0x0688

J1 Phase A 22nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31674

0x0689

J1 Phase B 22nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31675

0x068A

J1 Phase C 22nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31676

0x068B

J1 Phase A 23rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31677

0x068C

J1 Phase B 23rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31678

0x068D

J1 Phase C 23rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31679

0x068E

J1 Phase A 24th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31680

0x068F

J1 Phase B 24th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31681

0x0690

J1 Phase C 24th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31682

0x0691

J1 Phase A 25th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31683

0x0692

J1 Phase B 25th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31684

0x0693

J1 Phase C 25th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

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CHAPTER 11: MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

Harmonics 2
31695

0x069E

J2 Phase A THD

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31696

0x069F

J2 Phase B THD

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31697

0x06A0

J2 Phase C THD

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31698

0x06A1

J2 Phase A 2nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31699

0x06A2

J2 Phase B 2nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31700

0x06A3

J2 Phase C 2nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31701

0x06A4

J2 Phase A 3rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31702

0x06A5

J2 Phase B 3rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31703

0x06A6

J2 Phase C 3rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31704

0x06A7

J2 Phase A 4th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31705

0x06A8

J2 Phase B 4th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31706

0x06A9

J2 Phase C 4th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31707

0x06AA

J2 Phase A 5th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31708

0x06AB

J2 Phase B 5th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31709

0x06AC

J2 Phase C 5th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31710

0x06AD J2 Phase A 6th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31711

0x06AE

J2 Phase B 6th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31712

0x06AF

J2 Phase C 6th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31713

0x06B0

J2 Phase A 7th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31714

0x06B1

J2 Phase B 7th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31715

0x06B2

J2 Phase C 7th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31716

0x06B3

J2 Phase A 8th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31717

0x06B4

J2 Phase B 8th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31718

0x06B5

J2 Phase C 8th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31719

0x06B6

J2 Phase A 9th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31720

0x06B7

J2 Phase B 9th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31721

0x06B8

J2 Phase C 9th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31722

0x06B9

J2 Phase A 10th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31723

0x06BA

J2 Phase B 10th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31724

0x06BB

J2 Phase C 10th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31725

0x06BC

J2 Phase A 11th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31726

0x06BD J2 Phase B 11th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31727

0x06BE

J2 Phase C 11th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31728

0x06BF

J2 Phase A 12th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31729

0x06C0

J2 Phase B 12th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31730

0x06C1

J2 Phase C 12th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31731

0x06C2

J2 Phase A 13th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31732

0x06C3

J2 Phase B 13th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31733

0x06C4

J2 Phase C 13th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31734

0x06C5

J2 Phase A 14th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31735

0x06C6

J2 Phase B 14th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31736

0x06C7

J2 Phase C 14th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31737

0x06C8

J2 Phase A 15th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31738

0x06C9

J2 Phase B 15th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

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MODBUS MEMORY MAP

CHAPTER 11: MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

31739

65535

F1

0x06CA

J2 Phase C 15th Harm

Y Y Y Y

31740

0x06CB

J2 Phase A 16th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31741

0x06CC

J2 Phase B 16th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31742

0x06CD J2 Phase C 16th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31743

0x06CE

J2 Phase A 17th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31744

0x06CF

J2 Phase B 17th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31745

0x06D0

J2 Phase C 17th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31746

0x06D1

J2 Phase A 18th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31747

0x06D2

J2 Phase B 18th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31748

0x06D3

J2 Phase C 18th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31749

0x06D4

J2 Phase A 19th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31750

0x06D5

J2 Phase B 19th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31751

0x06D6

J2 Phase C 19th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31752

0x06D7

J2 Phase A 20th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31753

0x06D8

J2 Phase B 20th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31754

0x06D9

J2 Phase C 20th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31755

0x06DA J2 Phase A 21st Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31756

0x06DB J2 Phase B 21st Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31757

0x06DC J2 Phase C 21st Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31758

0x06DD J2 Phase A 22nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31759

0x06DE

J2 Phase B 22nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31760

0x06DF

J2 Phase C 22nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31761

0x06E0

J2 Phase A 23rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31762

0x06E1

J2 Phase B 23rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31763

0x06E2

J2 Phase C 23rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31764

0x06E3

J2 Phase A 24th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31765

0x06E4

J2 Phase B 24th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31766

0x06E5

J2 Phase C 24th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31767

0x06E6

J2 Phase A 25th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31768

0x06E7

J2 Phase B 25th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

31769

0x06E8

J2 Phase C 25th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

K1 Phase A THD

65535

F1

Y Y

Harmonics 3
31780

0x06F3

31781

0x06F4

K1 Phase B THD

65535

F1

Y Y

31782

0x06F5

K1 Phase C THD

65535

F1

Y Y

31783

0x06F6

K1 Phase A 2nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31784

0x06F7

K1 Phase B 2nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31785

0x06F8

K1 Phase C 2nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31786

0x06F9

K1 Phase A 3rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31787

0x06FA

K1 Phase B 3rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31788

0x06FB

K1 Phase C 3rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31789

0x06FC

K1 Phase A 4th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31790

0x06FD

K1 Phase B 4th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31791

0x06FE

K1 Phase C 4th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31792

0x06FF

K1 Phase A 5th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

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MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

31793

0x0700

K1 Phase B 5th Harm

65535

F1

31794

0x0701

K1 Phase C 5th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31795

0x0702

K1 Phase A 6th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31796

0x0703

K1 Phase B 6th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31797

0x0704

K1 Phase C 6th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31798

0x0705

K1 Phase A 7th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

Y Y

31799

0x0706

K1 Phase B 7th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31800

0x0707

K1 Phase C 7th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31801

0x0708

K1 Phase A 8th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31802

0x0709

K1 Phase B 8th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31803

0x070A

K1 Phase C 8th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31804

0x070B

K1 Phase A 9th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31805

0x070C

K1 Phase B 9th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31806

0x070D

K1 Phase C 9th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31807

0x070E

K1 Phase A 10th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31808

0x070F

K1 Phase B 10th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31809

0x0710

K1 Phase C 10th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31810

0x0711

K1 Phase A 11th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31811

0x0712

K1 Phase B 11th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31812

0x0713

K1 Phase C 11th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31813

0x0714

K1 Phase A 12th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31814

0x0715

K1 Phase B 12th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31815

0x0716

K1 Phase C 12th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31816

0x0717

K1 Phase A 13th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31817

0x0718

K1 Phase B 13th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31818

0x0719

K1 Phase C 13th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31819

0x071A

K1 Phase A 14th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31820

0x071B

K1 Phase B 14th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31821

0x071C

K1 Phase C 14th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31822

0x071D

K1 Phase A 15th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31823

0x071E

K1 Phase B 15th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31824

0x071F

K1 Phase C 15th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31825

0x0720

K1 Phase A 16th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31826

0x0721

K1 Phase B 16th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31827

0x0722

K1 Phase C 16th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31828

0x0723

K1 Phase A 17th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31829

0x0724

K1 Phase B 17th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31830

0x0725

K1 Phase C 17th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31831

0x0726

K1 Phase A 18th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31832

0x0727

K1 Phase B 18th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31833

0x0728

K1 Phase C 18th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31834

0x0729

K1 Phase A 19th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31835

0x072A

K1 Phase B 19th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31836

0x072B

K1 Phase C 19th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31837

0x072C

K1 Phase A 20th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

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MODBUS MEMORY MAP

CHAPTER 11: MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

31838

0x072D

K1 Phase B 20th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31839

0x072E

K1 Phase C 20th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31840

0x072F

K1 Phase A 21st Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31841

0x0730

K1 Phase B 21st Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31842

0x0731

K1 Phase C 21st Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31843

0x0732

K1 Phase A 22nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31844

0x0733

K1 Phase B 22nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31845

0x0734

K1 Phase C 22nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31846

0x0735

K1 Phase A 23rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31847

0x0736

K1 Phase B 23rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31848

0x0737

K1 Phase C 23rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31849

0x0738

K1 Phase A 24th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31850

0x0739

K1 Phase B 24th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31851

0x073A

K1 Phase C 24th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31852

0x073B

K1 Phase A 25th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31853

0x073C

K1 Phase B 25th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31854

0x073D

K1 Phase C 25th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

Harmonics 4
31865

0x0748

K2 Phase A THD

65535

F1

Y Y

31866

0x0749

K2 Phase B THD

65535

F1

Y Y

31867

0x074A

K2 Phase C THD

65535

F1

Y Y

31868

0x074B

K2 Phase A 2nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31869

0x074C

K2 Phase B 2nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31870

0x074D

K2 Phase C 2nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31871

0x074E

K2 Phase A 3rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31872

0x074F

K2 Phase B 3rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31873

0x0750

K2 Phase C 3rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31874

0x0751

K2 Phase A 4th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31875

0x0752

K2 Phase B 4th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31876

0x0753

K2 Phase C 4th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31877

0x0754

K2 Phase A 5th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31878

0x0755

K2 Phase B 5th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31879

0x0756

K2 Phase C 5th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31880

0x0757

K2 Phase A 6th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31881

0x0758

K2 Phase B 6th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31882

0x0759

K2 Phase C 6th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31883

0x075A

K2 Phase A 7th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31884

0x075B

K2 Phase B 7th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31885

0x075C

K2 Phase C 7th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31886

0x075D

K2 Phase A 8th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31887

0x075E

K2 Phase B 8th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31888

0x075F

K2 Phase C 8th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31889

0x0760

K2 Phase A 9th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31890

0x0761

K2 Phase B 9th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31891

0x0762

K2 Phase C 9th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

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MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

31892

65535

F1

0x0763

K2 Phase A 10th Harm

Y Y

31893

0x0764

K2 Phase B 10th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31894

0x0765

K2 Phase C 10th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31895

0x0766

K2 Phase A 11th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31896

0x0767

K2 Phase B 11th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31897

0x0768

K2 Phase C 11th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31898

0x0769

K2 Phase A 12th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31899

0x076A

K2 Phase B 12th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31900

0x076B

K2 Phase C 12th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31901

0x076C

K2 Phase A 13th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31902

0x076D

K2 Phase B 13th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31903

0x076E

K2 Phase C 13th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31904

0x076F

K2 Phase A 14th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31905

0x0770

K2 Phase B 14th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31906

0x0771

K2 Phase C 14th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31907

0x0772

K2 Phase A 15th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31908

0x0773

K2 Phase B 15th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31909

0x0774

K2 Phase C 15th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31910

0x0775

K2 Phase A 16th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31911

0x0776

K2 Phase B 16th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31912

0x0777

K2 Phase C 16th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31913

0x0778

K2 Phase A 17th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31914

0x0779

K2 Phase B 17th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31915

0x077A

K2 Phase C 17th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31916

0x077B

K2 Phase A 18th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31917

0x077C

K2 Phase B 18th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31918

0x077D

K2 Phase C 18th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31919

0x077E

K2 Phase A 19th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31920

0x077F

K2 Phase B 19th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31921

0x0780

K2 Phase C 19th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31922

0x0781

K2 Phase A 20th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31923

0x0782

K2 Phase B 20th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31924

0x0783

K2 Phase C 20th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31925

0x0784

K2 Phase A 21st Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31926

0x0785

K2 Phase B 21st Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31927

0x0786

K2 Phase C 21st Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31928

0x0787

K2 Phase A 22nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31929

0x0788

K2 Phase B 22nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31930

0x0789

K2 Phase C 22nd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31931

0x078A

K2 Phase A 23rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31932

0x078B

K2 Phase B 23rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31933

0x078C

K2 Phase C 23rd Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31934

0x078D

K2 Phase A 24th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31935

0x078E

K2 Phase B 24th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31936

0x078F

K2 Phase C 24th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

31937

65535

F1

0x0790

K2 Phase A 25th Harm

Y Y

31938

0x0791

K2 Phase B 25th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

31939

0x0792

K2 Phase C 25th Harm

65535

F1

Y Y

Synchrocheck 1 Metering
31960

0x07A7

Bus Volts Magnitude

200000000

F12

Y Y

31962

0x07A9

Bus Volts Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y

31963

0x07AA

Bus Volts Frequency

120000

Hz

F13

Y Y

31965

0x07AC

Line Volts Magnitude

200000000

F12

Y Y

31967

0x07AE

Line Volts Angle

-3599

F21

Y Y

31968

0x07AF

Line Volts Frequency

120000

Hz

F13

10

Y Y

31970

0x07B1

Voltage Difference

0xFFFFFFFF

F12

Y Y

31972

0x07B3

Angle Difference

180

F1

Y Y

31973

0x07B4

Frequency Difference

120000

Hz

F13

10

Y Y

Power Values 1
32020

0x07E3

Pwr1 Real

-2147483648 2147483647

kW

F31

Y Y Y Y

32022

0x07E5

Pwr1 Reactive

-2147483648 2147483647

kvar

F31

Y Y Y Y

32024

0x07E7

Pwr1 Apparent

-2147483648 2147483647

kVA

F31

Y Y Y Y

32026

0x07E9

Pwr1 Ph A Real

-2147483648 2147483647

kW

F31

Y Y Y Y

32028

0x07EB

Pwr1 Ph B Real

-2147483648 2147483647

kW

F31

Y Y Y Y

32030

0x07ED

Pwr1 Ph C Real

-2147483648 2147483647

kW

F31

Y Y Y Y

32032

0x07EF

Pwr1 Ph A Reactive

-2147483648 2147483647

kvar

F31

Y Y Y Y

32034

0x07F1

Pwr1 Ph B Reactive

-2147483648 2147483647

kvar

F31

Y Y Y Y

32036

0x07F3

Pwr1 Ph C Reactive

-2147483648 2147483647

kvar

F31

Y Y Y Y

32038

0x07F5

Pwr1 Ph A Apparent

-2147483648 2147483647

kVA

F31

Y Y Y Y

32040

0x07F7

Pwr1 Ph B Apparent

-2147483648 2147483647

kVA

F31

Y Y Y Y

32042

0x07F9

Pwr1 Ph C Apparent

-2147483648 2147483647

kVA

F31

Y Y Y Y

32044

0x07FB

Pwr1 PF

-99

100

F22

Y Y Y Y

32045

0x07FC

Pwr1 Ph A PF

-99

100

F22

Y Y Y Y

32046

0x07FD

Pwr1 Ph B PF

-99

100

F22

Y Y Y Y

32047

0x07FE

Pwr1 Ph C PF

-99

100

F22

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F51

Y Y Y Y

Energy Values 1
32110

0x083D

Reset Energy D/T

0xFFFFFFFF

32112

0x083F

Reset Energy Time (us)

999999

us

32114

0x0841

Pwr1 Pos WattHours

4294967295

MWh

F13

Y Y Y Y

32116

0x0843

Pwr1 Pos WattHours Cost 0

0xFFFFFFFF

F12

32118

0x0845

Pwr1 Neg WattHours

4294967295

MWh

F13

Y Y Y Y

32120

0x0847

Pwr1 Neg WattHours


Cost

0xFFFFFFFF

F12

32122

0x0849

Pwr1 Pos VarHours

4294967295

Mvarh

F13

Y Y Y Y

32124

0x084B

Pwr1 Neg VarHours

4294967295

Mvarh

F13

Y Y Y Y

Power Factor
32170

0x0879

Power Factor 1

-99

100

F22

Y Y Y Y

32171

0x087A

Power Factor 2

-99

100

F22

Y Y Y Y

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

Current Demand Values 1


32180

11-36

0x0883

Cur1 Reset Demand D/T

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

32182

0x0885

Cur1 Reset Demand Time 0


(us)

999999

us

F51

Y Y Y Y

32184

0x0887

Cur1 Ph A Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y Y

32186

0x0889

Cur1 Ph B Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y Y

32188

0x088B

Cur1 Ph C Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y Y

32190

0x088D

Cur1 Max Ph A Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y Y

32192

0x088F

Cur1 Max Ph B Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y Y

32194

0x0891

Cur1 Max Ph C Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y Y Y

32196

0x0893

Cur1 D/T Ph A Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

32198

0x0895

Cur1 D/T Ph B Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

32200

0x0897

Cur1 D/T Ph C Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

32202

0x0899

Cur1 Ph A Demand Time


(us)

999999

us

F51

Y Y Y Y

32204

0x089B

Cur1 Ph B Demand Time


(us)

999999

us

F51

Y Y Y Y

32206

0x089D

Cur1 Ph C Demand Time


(us)

999999

us

F51

Y Y Y Y

Current Demand Values 2


32218

0x08A9

Cur2 Reset Demand D/T

32220

0x08AB

Cur2 Reset Demand Time 0


(us)

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

999999

us

F51

32222

0x08AD Cur2 Ph A Demand

32224

0x08AF

Cur2 Ph B Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

32226

0x08B1

32228

0x08B3

Cur2 Ph C Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Cur2 Max Ph A Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

32230

0x08B5

Cur2 Max Ph B Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

32232

0x08B7

Cur2 Max Ph C Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

32234

0x08B9

Cur2 D/T Ph A Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

F50

32236

0x08BB

Cur2 D/T Ph B Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

32238

0x08BD Cur2 D/T Ph C Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

32240

0x08BF

Cur2 Ph A Demand Time


(us)

999999

us

F51

32242

0x08C1

Cur2 Ph B Demand Time


(us)

999999

us

F51

32244

0x08C3

Cur2 Ph C Demand Time


(us)

999999

us

F51

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Current Demand Values 3


32256

0x08CF

Cur3 Reset Demand D/T

32258

0x08D1

Cur3 Reset Demand Time 0


(us)

999999

us

F51

32260

0x08D3

Cur3 Ph A Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

32262

0x08D5

Cur3 Ph B Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

32264

0x08D7

Cur3 Ph C Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

32266

0x08D9

Cur3 Max Ph A Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

32268

0x08DB Cur3 Max Ph B Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

32270

0x08DD Cur3 Max Ph C Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

32272

0x08DF

Cur3 D/T Ph A Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

32274

0x08E1

Cur3 D/T Ph B Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

32276

0x08E3

Cur3 D/T Ph C Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

32278

0x08E5

Cur3 Ph A Demand Time


(us)

999999

us

F51

32280

0x08E7

Cur3 Ph B Demand Time


(us)

999999

us

F51

32282

0x08E9

Cur3 Ph C Demand Time


(us)

999999

us

F51

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

999999

Power Demand Values 1


32310

0x0905

Pwr1 Reset Dmd Date/


Time

32312

0x0907

Pwr1 Reset Dmd Time (us) 0

us

F51

Y Y Y Y

32314

0x0909

Pwr1 Real Dmd

-2147483648 2147483647

kW

F31

Y Y Y Y

32316

0x090B

Pwr1 Max Real Dmd

-2147483648 2147483647

kW

F31

Y Y Y Y

32318

0x090D

Pwr1 Date/Time Real


Dmd

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

32320

0x090F

Pwr1 Real Dmd Time (us)

999999

F51

Y Y Y Y

32322

0x0911

Pwr1 Reactive Dmd

-2147483648 2147483647

kvar

F31

Y Y Y Y

32324

0x0913

Pwr1 Max Reactive Dmd

-2147483648 2147483647

kvar

F31

Y Y Y Y

32326

0x0915

Pwr1 D/T Reactive Dmd

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

32328

0x0917

Pwr1 Reactive Dmd


Time(us)

999999

us

F51

Y Y Y Y

32330

0x0919

Pwr1 Apparent Dmd

-2147483648 2147483647

kVA

F31

Y Y Y Y

kVA

32332

0x091B

Pwr1 Max Apparent Dmd -2147483648 2147483647

32334

0x091D

Pwr1 D/T Apparent


Demand

0xFFFFFFFF

32336

0x091F

Pwr1 Apparent Dmd


Time(us)

999999

Shot Number In Effect

65535

us

F31

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

us

F51

Y Y Y Y

shots

F0

AutoReclose 1 Status
32580

0x0A13

32581

0x0A14

Shots Remaining

65535

shots

F0

32582

0x0A15

Shot Rate Per Hour

65535

sh/hr

F0

shots

32583

0x0A16

Total Shot Count

65535

32584

0x0A17

Shot Cnt Last Rst D/T

0xFFFFFFFF

32586

0x0A19

Shot Cnt Last Rst (us)

999999

us

F0

F50

F51

Arcing Current
32620

0x0A3B

Arcing Current Phase A

0xFFFFFFFF

kA2-cyc F10

Y Y Y Y

32622

0x0A3D Arcing Current Phase B

0xFFFFFFFF

kA2-cyc F10

Y Y Y Y

32624

0x0A3F

0xFFFFFFFF

kA2-cyc F10

Y Y Y Y

Arcing Current Phase C

Counters
32640

0x0A4F

Breaker

0xFFFFFFFF

F10

Y Y Y

32642

0x0A51

Ground

0xFFFFFFFF

F10

Y Y Y

32644

0x0A53

Sensitive Ground

65535

F0

Y Y Y

32645

0x0A54

Neutral

65535

F0

Y Y Y

32646

0x0A55

Negative Sequence

65535

F0

Y Y Y

32647

0x0A56

J1 Phase A

65535

F0

Y Y Y

32648

0x0A57

J1 Phase B

65535

F0

Y Y Y

32649

0x0A58

J1 Phase C

65535

F0

Y Y Y

32650

0x0A59

Reset Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y

32652

0x0A5B

Reset Time (us)

999999

F51

Y Y Y

11-38

us

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

Fault Report Summary


32690

0x0A81

Number of Reports

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

32691

0x0A82

Fault Report 1 Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

32693

0x0A84

Fault Report 2 Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

32695

0x0A86

Fault Report 3 Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

32697

0x0A88

Fault Report 4 Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

32699

0x0A8A

Fault Report 5 Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

32701

0x0A8C

Fault Report 6 Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

32703

0x0A8E

Fault Report 7 Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

32705

0x0A90

Fault Report 8 Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

32707

0x0A92

Fault Report 9 Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

32709

0x0A94

Fault Report 10 Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

32711

0x0A96

Fault Report 11 Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

32713

0x0A98

Fault Report 12 Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

32715

0x0A9A

Fault Report 13 Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

32717

0x0A9C

Fault Report 14 Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

32719

0x0A9E

Fault Report 15 Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F51

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F51

Y Y Y Y

Fault Report
32740

0x0AB3

Last Trip Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

32742

0x0AB5

Time (us)

999999

32744

0x0AB7

Last Clear Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

32746

0x0AB9

Time (us)

999999

32748

0x0ABB Type of Fault

10

FC270

32749

0x0ABC Distance to Fault

9999

F2

32750

0x0ABD Distance to Fault

9999

F2

16

F0

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F51

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F51

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

us
us

Transient Recorder Status


32760

0x0AC7

Total Transient Records

Transient Recorder Date/Time


32780

0x0ADB Oscill. Record 1

0xFFFFFFFF

32782

0x0ADD Oscill. Record 1 (us)

999999

32786

0x0AE1

Oscill. Record 2

0xFFFFFFFF

32788

0x0AE3

Oscill. Record 2 (us)

999999

32792

0x0AE7

Oscill. Record 3

0xFFFFFFFF

32794

0x0AE9

Oscill. Record 3 (us)

999999

32798

0x0AED Oscill. Record 4

0xFFFFFFFF

32800

0x0AEF

999999

Oscill. Record 4 (us)

32804

0x0AF3

Oscill. Record 5

0xFFFFFFFF

32806

0x0AF5

Oscill. Record 5 (us)

999999

32810

0x0AF9

Oscill. Record 6

0xFFFFFFFF

32812

0x0AFB

Oscill. Record 6 (us)

999999

32816

0x0AFF

Oscill. Record 7

0xFFFFFFFF

32818

0x0B01

Oscill. Record 7 (us)

999999

32822

0x0B05

Oscill. Record 8

0xFFFFFFFF

32824

0x0B07

Oscill. Record 8 (us)

999999

32828

0x0B0B

Oscill. Record 9

0xFFFFFFFF

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us
us
us
us
us
us
us

F51

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F51

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F51

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F51

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F51

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F51

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

32830

0x0B0D Oscill. Record 9 (us)

999999

F51

Y Y Y Y

32834

0x0B11

Oscill. Record 10

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

32836

0x0B13

Oscill. Record 10 (us)

999999

F51

Y Y Y Y

32840

0x0B17

Oscill. Record 11

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

32842

0x0B19

Oscill. Record 11 (us)

32846

0x0B1D Oscill. Record 12

999999

0xFFFFFFFF

32848

0x0B1F

Oscill. Record 12 (us)

999999

32852

0x0B23

Oscill. Record 13

0xFFFFFFFF

32854

0x0B25

Oscill. Record 13 (us)

999999

32858

0x0B29

Oscill. Record 14

0xFFFFFFFF

32860

0x0B2B

Oscill. Record 14 (us)

999999

32864

0x0B2F

Oscill. Record 15

0xFFFFFFFF

32866

0x0B31

Oscill. Record 15 (us)

999999

32870

0x0B35

Oscill. Record 16

0xFFFFFFFF

32872

0x0B37

Oscill. Record 16 (us)

999999

100000

us
us
us
us
us
us
us
us

F51

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F51

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F51

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F51

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F51

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F51

Y Y Y Y

F10

Y Y Y Y

Breaker 1 Health AV
32900

0x0B53

Total Breaker Trips

32902

0x0B55

Trips Since Last Reset

100000

F10

Y Y Y Y

32904

0x0B57

Alarm Counter

100

F0

Y Y Y Y

32905

0x0B58

Last Trip Time

4294967295

F10

Y Y Y Y

32907

0x0B5A

Avg. of 5 Trip Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

32909

0x0B5C

Avg. of Trip Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

ms

32911

0x0B5E

Last Close Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

32913

0x0B60

Avg. of 5 Close Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

32915

0x0B62

Avg. of Close Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

32917

0x0B64

Last PH A Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

32919

0x0B66

Avg. of 5 PH A Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

32921

0x0B68

Avg. of PH A Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

32923

0x0B6A

Last PH B Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

32925

0x0B6C

Avg. of 5 PH B Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

32927

0x0B6E

Avg. of PH B Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

32929

0x0B70

Last PH C Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

32931

0x0B72

Avg. of 5 PH C Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

32933

0x0B74

Avg. of PH C Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

32935

0x0B76

Last Spring Charge Time

6000000

F13

Y Y Y Y

32937

0x0B78

Avg. of 5 Charge Time

6000000

F13

Y Y Y Y

32939

0x0B7A

Avg. of Charge Time

6000000

F13

Y Y Y Y

32941

0x0B7C

Last PH A Arc Energy

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y Y Y

32943

0x0B7E

Avg. of 5 PH A Arc Ener

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y Y Y

32945

0x0B80

Avg. of PH A Arc Energy

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y Y Y

32947

0x0B82

Last PH B Arc Energy

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y Y Y

32949

0x0B84

Avg. of 5 PH B Arc Ener

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y Y Y

32951

0x0B86

Avg. of PH B Arc Energy

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y Y Y

32953

0x0B88

Last PH C Arc Energy

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y Y Y

32955

0x0B8A

Avg. of 5 PH C Arc Ener

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

32957

4294967295

0x0B8C

Avg. of PH C Arc Energy

Format
Code

kA2-cyc F12

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

Y Y Y Y

Breaker 2 Health AV
32963

0x0B92

Total Breaker Trips

100000

F10

Y Y

32965

0x0B94

Trips Since Last Reset

100000

F10

Y Y

32967

0x0B96

Alarm Counter

100

F0

Y Y

32968

0x0B97

Last Trip Time

4294967295

F10

Y Y

32970

0x0B99

Avg. of 5 Trip Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y

32972

0x0B9B

Avg. of Trip Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y

32974

0x0B9D Last Close Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y

32976

0x0B9F

Avg. of 5 Close Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y

32978

0x0BA1

Avg. of Close Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y

32980

0x0BA3

Last PH A Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y

32982

0x0BA5

Avg. of 5 PH A Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y

32984

0x0BA7

Avg. of PH A Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y

32986

0x0BA9

Last PH B Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y

32988

0x0BAB Avg. of 5 PH B Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y

32990

0x0BAD Avg. of PH B Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y

ms

32992

0x0BAF

Last PH C Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y

32994

0x0BB1

Avg. of 5 PH C Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y

32996

0x0BB3

Avg. of PH C Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

Y Y

32998

0x0BB5

Last Spring Charge Time

6000000

F13

Y Y

33000

0x0BB7

Avg. of 5 Charge Time

6000000

F13

Y Y

33002

0x0BB9

Avg. of Charge Time

6000000

F13

Y Y

33004

0x0BBB

Last PH A Arc Energy

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y

33006

0x0BBD Avg. of 5 PH A Arc Ener

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y

33008

0x0BBF

Avg. of PH A Arc Energy

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y

33010

0x0BC1

Last PH B Arc Energy

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y

33012

0x0BC3

Avg. of 5 PH B Arc Ener

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y

33014

0x0BC5

Avg. of PH B Arc Energy

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y

33016

0x0BC7

Last PH C Arc Energy

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y

33018

0x0BC9

Avg. of 5 PH C Arc Ener

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y

33020

0x0BCB Avg. of PH C Arc Energy

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y

Breaker 3 Health AV
33026

0x0BD1 Total Breaker Trips

100000

F10

33028

0x0BD3 Trips Since Last Reset

100000

F10

33030

0x0BD5 Alarm Counter

100

F0

33031

0x0BD6 Last Trip Time

4294967295

ms

F10

33033

0x0BD8 Avg. of 5 Trip Time

4294967295

ms

F10

33035

0x0BDA Avg. of Trip Time

4294967295

ms

F10

33037

0x0BDC Last Close Time

4294967295

ms

F10

33039

0x0BDE Avg. of 5 Close Time

4294967295

ms

F10

33041

0x0BE0

Avg. of Close Time

4294967295

ms

F10

33043

0x0BE2

Last PH A Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

33045

0x0BE4

Avg. of 5 PH A Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

33047

0x0BE6

Avg. of PH A Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

33049

0x0BE8

Last PH B Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

33051

0x0BEA

Avg. of 5 PH B Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

33053

0x0BEC

Avg. of PH B Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

33055

0x0BEE

Last PH C Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

33057

0x0BF0

Avg. of 5 PH C Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

33059

0x0BF2

Avg. of PH C Arc Time

4294967295

ms

F10

33061

0x0BF4

Last Spring Charge Time

6000000

F13

33063

0x0BF6

Avg. of 5 Charge Time

6000000

F13

33065

0x0BF8

Avg. of Charge Time

6000000

F13

33067

0x0BFA

Last PH A Arc Energy

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

33069

0x0BFC

Avg. of 5 PH A Arc Ener

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

33071

0x0BFE

Avg. of PH A Arc Energy

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

33073

0x0C00

Last PH B Arc Energy

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

33075

0x0C02

Avg. of 5 PH B Arc Ener

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

33077

0x0C04

Avg. of PH B Arc Energy

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

33079

0x0C06

Last PH C Arc Energy

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

33081

0x0C08

Avg. of 5 PH C Arc Ener

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

33083

0x0C0A

Avg. of PH C Arc Energy

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y Y Y

Breaker 1 Arcing Current


33100

0x0C1B

Arcing Current Phase A

33102

0x0C1D Arcing Current Phase B

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y Y Y

33104

0x0C1F

Arcing Current Phase C

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y Y Y

33106

0x0C21

Total Arcing Current

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y Y Y

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y

Breaker 2 Arcing Current


33108

0x0C23

Arcing Current Phase A

33110

0x0C25

Arcing Current Phase B

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y

33112

0x0C27

Arcing Current Phase C

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y

33114

0x0C29

Total Arcing Current

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Y Y

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Breaker 3 Arcing Current


33116

0x0C2B

Arcing Current Phase A

33118

0x0C2D Arcing Current Phase B

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

33120

0x0C2F

Arcing Current Phase C

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

33122

0x0C31

Total Arcing Current

4294967295

kA2-cyc F12

Digital Counter Status 1


33140

0x0C43

Counter 1 Accumulated

-2147483648 2147483647

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81374

Y Y Y Y

33142

0x0C45

Counter 1 Frozen

-2147483648 2147483647

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81374

Y Y Y Y

33144

0x0C47

Date/Time - Frozen

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

33146

0x0C49

Counter 1 us - Frozen

999999

F51

Y Y Y Y

us

Digital Counter Status 2

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

33152

0x0C4F

Counter 2 Accumulated

-2147483648 2147483647

33154

0x0C51

Counter 2 Frozen

-2147483648 2147483647

33156

0x0C53

Date/Time - Frozen

0xFFFFFFFF

33158

0x0C55

Counter 2 us - Frozen

999999

us

-2147483648 2147483647

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81416

Y Y Y Y

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81416

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F51

Y Y Y Y

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81458

Y Y Y Y

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81458

Y Y Y Y

F50

Digital Counter Status 3


33164

0x0C5B

Counter 3 Accumulated

33166

0x0C5D Counter 3 Frozen

-2147483648 2147483647

33168

0x0C5F

Date/Time - Frozen

0xFFFFFFFF

Y Y Y Y

33170

0x0C61

Counter 3 us - Frozen

999999

us

F51

Y Y Y Y

Digital Counter Status 4


33176

0x0C67

Counter 4 Accumulated

-2147483648 2147483647

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81500

Y Y Y Y

33178

0x0C69

Counter 4 Frozen

-2147483648 2147483647

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81500

Y Y Y Y

33180

0x0C6B

Date/Time - Frozen

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

33182

0x0C6D Counter 4 us - Frozen

999999

us

F51

Y Y Y Y

Digital Counter Status 5


33188

0x0C73

Counter 5 Accumulated

-2147483648 2147483647

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81542

Y Y Y Y

33190

0x0C75

Counter 5 Frozen

-2147483648 2147483647

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81542

Y Y Y Y

33192

0x0C77

Date/Time - Frozen

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

33194

0x0C79

Counter 5 us - Frozen

999999

us

F51

Y Y Y Y

F30
UserDefined
@
Modbus
81584

Y Y Y Y

Digital Counter Status 6


33200

0x0C7F

Counter 6 Accumulated

-2147483648 2147483647

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

33202

0x0C81

Counter 6 Frozen

-2147483648 2147483647

33204

0x0C83

Date/Time - Frozen

0xFFFFFFFF

33206

0x0C85

Counter 6 us - Frozen

999999

us

-2147483648 2147483647

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81584

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F51

Y Y Y Y

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81626

Y Y Y Y

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81626

Y Y Y Y

F50

Digital Counter Status 7


33212

0x0C8B

Counter 7 Accumulated

33214

0x0C8D Counter 7 Frozen

-2147483648 2147483647

33216

0x0C8F

Date/Time - Frozen

0xFFFFFFFF

Y Y Y Y

33218

0x0C91

Counter 7 us - Frozen

999999

us

F51

Y Y Y Y

Digital Counter Status 8


33224

0x0C97

Counter 8 Accumulated

-2147483648 2147483647

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81668

Y Y Y Y

33226

0x0C99

Counter 8 Frozen

-2147483648 2147483647

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81668

Y Y Y Y

33228

0x0C9B

Date/Time - Frozen

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

33230

0x0C9D Counter 8 us - Frozen

999999

us

F51

Y Y Y Y

Digital Counter Status 9


33236

0x0CA3

Counter 9 Accumulated

-2147483648 2147483647

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81710

Y Y Y Y

33238

0x0CA5

Counter 9 Frozen

-2147483648 2147483647

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81710

Y Y Y Y

33240

0x0CA7

Date/Time - Frozen

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

33242

0x0CA9

Counter 9 us - Frozen

999999

us

F51

Y Y Y Y

Digital Counter Status 10


33248

0x0CAF

Counter 10 Accumulated -2147483648 2147483647

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81752

Y Y Y Y

33250

0x0CB1

Counter 10 Frozen

-2147483648 2147483647

F30
UserDefined
@
Modbus
81752

Y Y Y Y

33252

0x0CB3

Date/Time - Frozen

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

33254

0x0CB5

Counter 10 us - Frozen

999999

F51

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

Digital Counter Status 11


33260

0x0CBB Counter 11 Accumulated -2147483648 2147483647

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81794

Y Y Y Y

33262

0x0CBD Counter 11 Frozen

-2147483648 2147483647

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81794

Y Y Y Y

33264

0x0CBF

Date/Time - Frozen

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

33266

0x0CC1

Counter 11 us - Frozen

999999

us

F51

Y Y Y Y

Digital Counter Status 12


33272

0x0CC7

Counter 12 Accumulated -2147483648 2147483647

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81836

Y Y Y Y

33274

0x0CC9

Counter 12 Frozen

-2147483648 2147483647

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81836

Y Y Y Y

33276

0x0CCB Date/Time - Frozen

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

33278

0x0CCD Counter 12 us - Frozen

999999

us

F51

Y Y Y Y

Digital Counter Status 13


33284

0x0CD3 Counter 13 Accumulated -2147483648 2147483647

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81878

Y Y Y Y

33286

0x0CD5 Counter 13 Frozen

-2147483648 2147483647

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81878

Y Y Y Y

33288

0x0CD7 Date/Time - Frozen

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

33290

0x0CD9 Counter 13 us - Frozen

999999

us

F51

Y Y Y Y

Digital Counter Status 14


33296

0x0CDF Counter 14 Accumulated -2147483648 2147483647

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81920

Y Y Y Y

33298

0x0CE1

Counter 14 Frozen

-2147483648 2147483647

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81920

Y Y Y Y

33300

0x0CE3

Date/Time - Frozen

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

33302

0x0CE5

Counter 14 us - Frozen

999999

us

F51

Y Y Y Y

F30
UserDefined
@
Modbus
81962

Y Y Y Y

Digital Counter Status 15


33308

0x0CEB

Counter 15 Accumulated -2147483648 2147483647

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

33310

0x0CED Counter 15 Frozen

-2147483648 2147483647

33312

0x0CEF

Date/Time - Frozen

0xFFFFFFFF

33314

0x0CF1

Counter 15 us - Frozen

999999

us

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
81962

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F51

Y Y Y Y

Digital Counter Status 16


33320

0x0CF7

Counter 16 Accumulated -2147483648 2147483647

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
82004

Y Y Y Y

33322

0x0CF9

Counter 16 Frozen

-2147483648 2147483647

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
82004

Y Y Y Y

33324

0x0CFB

Date/Time - Frozen

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

33326

0x0CFD Counter 16 us - Frozen

999999

F51

Y Y Y Y

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

us

DataLogger Newest/Oldest Date/Time


33350

0x0D15

Newest Sample Time

33352

0x0D17

Newest Sample Time (us) 0

999999

33354

0x0D19

Oldest Sample Time

0xFFFFFFFF

33356

0x0D1B Oldest Sample Time (us)

999999

us
us

F51

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F51

Y Y Y Y

Breaker 1 Status
33370

0x0D29

FC264

Y Y Y Y

33371

0x0D2A Trip Coil

State

FC289

Y Y Y Y

33372

0x0D2B Close Coil

FC289

Y Y Y Y
Y Y

Breaker 2 Status
33384

0x0D37

State

FC264

33385

0x0D38

Trip Coil

FC289

Y Y

33386

0x0D39

Close Coil

FC289

Y Y

Breaker 3 Status
33398

0x0D45

State

FC264

33399

0x0D46

Trip Coil

FC289

33400

0x0D47

Close Coil

FC289

Thermal Capacity
33430

0x0D65

Phase A Thermal Cap

1500

F1

33431

0x0D66

Phase B Thermal Cap

1500

F1

Y
Y

33432

0x0D67

Phase C Thermal Cap

1500

F1

Directional Power
33450

0x0D79

Directional Power 1

-2147483648 2147483647

kW

F31

Y Y Y Y

33452

0x0D7B Directional Power 2

-2147483648 2147483647

kW

F31

Y Y Y Y

Wattmetric Ground Fault -2147483648 2147483647

F32

Wattmetric Ground Fault


33460

0x0D83

Communications Status
33470

0x0D8D 61850 Status

0xFFFF

FC228

Y Y Y Y

33471

0x0D8E

0xFFFFFFFF

FC323

Y Y Y Y

11-46

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

33473

0x0D90

Remote GOOSE Status 33- 0


64

0xFFFFFFFF

FC323A

Y Y Y Y

33475

0x0D92

Rem GOOSE Hdr Status 1- 0


32

0xFFFFFFFF

FC323

Y Y Y Y

33477

0x0D94

Rem GOOSE Hdr Status


33-64

0xFFFFFFFF

FC323A

Y Y Y Y

33479

0x0D96

SNTP Status

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

33480

0x0D97

Number of Connected
Clients

F0

Y Y Y Y

33481

0x0D98

Client 1 IP Address

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

Y Y Y Y

33483

0x0D9A Client 2 IP Address

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

Y Y Y Y

33485

0x0D9C Client 3 IP Address

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

Y Y Y Y

33487

0x0D9E

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

Y Y Y Y

Client 4 IP Address

Flex States
33490

0x0DA1 Parameter 1

65535

FC344A

Y Y Y Y

33491

0x0DA2 Parameter 2

65535

FC344B

Y Y Y Y

33492

0x0DA3 Parameter 3

65535

FC344C

Y Y Y Y

33493

0x0DA4 Parameter 4

65535

FC344D 0

Y Y Y Y

33494

0x0DA5 Parameter 5

65535

FC344E

Y Y Y Y

33495

0x0DA6 Parameter 6

65535

FC344F

Y Y Y Y

33496

0x0DA7 Parameter 7

65535

FC344G 0

Y Y Y Y

33497

0x0DA8 Parameter 8

65535

FC344H 0

Y Y Y Y

33498

0x0DA9 Parameter 9

65535

FC344I

Y Y Y Y

33499

0x0DAA Parameter 10

65535

FC344J

Y Y Y Y

33500

0x0DAB Parameter 11

65535

FC344K

Y Y Y Y

33501

0x0DAC Parameter 12

65535

FC344L

Y Y Y Y

33502

0x0DAD Parameter 13

65535

FC344M 0

Y Y Y Y

33503

0x0DAE

Parameter 14

65535

FC344N 0

Y Y Y Y

33504

0x0DAF

Parameter 15

65535

FC344O 0

Y Y Y Y

33505

0x0DB0 Parameter 16

65535

FC344P

Y Y Y Y

J Module Frequency
33540

0x0DD3 J1-CT Frequency

120000

Hz

F13

Y Y Y Y

33542

0x0DD5 J1-CT Frq Rate of Chge

-12000

12000

Hz/sec

F22

Y Y Y Y

33543

0x0DD6 J2-3VT Frequency

120000

Hz

F13

Y Y Y Y

33545

0x0DD8 J2-3VT Frq Rate of Chge

-12000

12000

Hz/sec

F22

Y Y Y Y

33546

0x0DD9 J2-Vx Frequency

120000

Hz

F13

Y Y Y Y

33548

0x0DDB J2-Vx Frq Rate of Chge

-12000

12000

Hz/sec

F22

Y Y Y Y

K Module Frequency
33552

0x0DDF K1-CT Frequency

120000

Hz

F13

Y Y

33554

0x0DE1

K1-CT Frq Rate of Chge

-12000

12000

Hz/sec

F22

Y Y

33555

0x0DE2

K2-3VT Frequency

120000

Hz

F13

33557

0x0DE4

K2-3VT Frq Rate of Chge

-12000

12000

Hz/sec

F22

33558

0x0DE5

K2-Vx Frequency

120000

Hz

F13

33560

0x0DE7

K2-Vx Frq Rate of Chge

-12000

12000

Hz/sec

F22

33561

0x0DE8

K2-CT Frequency

33563

0x0DEA K2-CT Frq Rate of Chge

120000

Hz

F13

Y Y

-12000

12000

Hz/sec

F22

Y Y

Motor Status

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

33590

0x0E05

Motor Status

FC350

33591

0x0E06

Motor Thermal Capacity


Used

100

F0

33592

0x0E07

Estimated Trip Time on OL 0

65535

F0D

33593

0x0E08

Thermal Lockout Time

65000

F0

33594

0x0E09

Max Start Rate LO Time

65000

F0

33595

0x0E0A

Time Btwn Starts LO Time 0

65000

F0

33596

0x0E0B

Restart Delay LO Time

65000

F0

33597

0x0E0C

Total Motor Lockout Time 0

65000

F0

33598

0x0E0D

Motor Speed

FC351

33599

0x0E0E

Motor Running Hours

100000

hrs

F10

Motor Thermal Model


33610

0x0E19

Motor Load

4000

x FLA

F2

33611

0x0E1A

Motor Current Unbalance 0

1000

F1

33612

0x0E1B

Therm Model Biased Load 0

4000

x FLA

F2

33613

0x0E1C

Fltd Motor Load

4000

x FLA

F2

33614

0x0E1D

Fltd RMS Cur A

120000000

F13

33616

0x0E1F

Fltd RMS Cur B

120000000

F13

33618

0x0E21

Fltd RMS Cur C

120000000

F13

33620

0x0E23

Fltd Mag Cur A

120000000

F13

33622

0x0E25

Fltd Mag Cur B

120000000

F13

33624

0x0E27

Fltd Mag Cur C

120000000

F13

Y
Y

Broken Rotor Bar Values


33630

0x0E2D

Component Level

-1000

dB

F21

33631

0x0E2E

Component Frequency

7600

Hz

F2

33632

0x0E2F

Motor load at BRB


Calculation

150

x FLA

F2

33633

0x0E30

Load Dev. at BRB


Calculation

150

x FLA

F2

33634

0x0E31

Time of BRB Calculation

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

33636

0x0E33

Maximum Component
Level

-1000

dB

F21

-10

33637

0x0E34

Maximum Component
Freq

7600

Hz

F2

33638

0x0E35

Motor load at BRB


Maximum

150

x FLA

F2

33639

0x0E36

Load Dev. at BRB


Maximum

150

x FLA

F2

33640

0x0E37

Time of Maximum BRB

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Motor Start Records


33650

0x0E41

Records Since Clear

4000000000

F10

33652

0x0E43

Last Clear Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Motor Start Statistics 1


33660

0x0E4B

Start Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

33662

0x0E4D

Start Acceleration Time

250000

F13

33664

0x0E4F

Start Effective Current

2000

x FLA

F2

33665

0x0E50

Start Peak Current

2000

x FLA

F2

Motor Start Statistics 2

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

33666

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y
Y

0x0E51

Start Date/Time

33668

0x0E53

Start Acceleration Time

250000

F13

33670

0x0E55

Start Effective Current

2000

x FLA

F2

33671

0x0E56

Start Peak Current

2000

x FLA

F2

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y
Y

Motor Start Statistics 3


33672

0x0E57

Start Date/Time

33674

0x0E59

Start Acceleration Time

250000

F13

33676

0x0E5B

Start Effective Current

2000

x FLA

F2

33677

0x0E5C

Start Peak Current

2000

x FLA

F2

F50

F13

Motor Start Statistics 4


33678

0x0E5D

Start Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

33680

0x0E5F

Start Acceleration Time

250000

33682

0x0E61

Start Effective Current

2000

x FLA

F2

33683

0x0E62

Start Peak Current

2000

x FLA

F2

F50

F13

Motor Start Statistics 5


33684

0x0E63

Start Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

33686

0x0E65

Start Acceleration Time

250000

33688

0x0E67

Start Effective Current

2000

x FLA

F2

33689

0x0E68

Start Peak Current

2000

x FLA

F2

Learned Data
33700

0x0E73

Records Since Clear

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

33701

0x0E74

Last Clear Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

33703

0x0E76

Learned Acceleration
Time

250000

F13

33705

0x0E78

Learned Starting Current

2000

x FLA

F2

33706

0x0E79

Learned Start TCU

100

F0

33707

0x0E7A

Last Acceleration Time

250000

F13

33709

0x0E7C

Last Starting Current

2000

x FLA

F2

33710

0x0E7D

Last Start TCU

100

F0

33711

0x0E7E

Learned Average Load

2000

x FLA

F2

Y Y Y Y

33712

0x0E7F

Learned Average kW

-2147483648 2147483647

kW

F31

Y Y Y Y

33714

0x0E81

Learned Average kvar

-2147483648 2147483647

kvar

F31

Y Y Y Y

33716

0x0E83

Learned Average PF

-99

100

F22

Y Y Y Y

33733

0x0E94

Average Run Time (Days) 0

100000

days

F10

33735

0x0E96

Average Run Time (Hr/


Min)

0xFFFFFFFF

hr/min

F55

33787

0x0ECA

RTD Max 1 Temperature

-41

251

?C

F20E

33788

0x0ECB

RTD Max 2 Temperature

-41

251

?C

F20E

Y Y Y Y

33789

0x0ECC

RTD Max 3 Temperature

-41

251

?C

F20E

Y Y Y Y

33790

0x0ECD RTD Max 4 Temperature

-41

251

?C

F20E

Y Y Y Y

33791

0x0ECE

RTD Max 5 Temperature

-41

251

?C

F20E

Y Y Y Y

33792

0x0ECF

RTD Max 6 Temperature

-41

251

?C

F20E

Y Y Y Y

33793

0x0ED0

RTD Max 7 Temperature

-41

251

?C

F20E

Y Y Y Y

33794

0x0ED1

RTD Max 8 Temperature

-41

251

?C

F20E

Y Y Y Y

33795

0x0ED2

RTD Max 9 Temperature

-41

251

?C

F20E

Y Y Y Y

33796

0x0ED3

RTD Max 10 Temperature -41

251

?C

F20E

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

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Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

33797

0x0ED4

RTD Max 11 Temperature -41

251

?C

F20E

Y Y Y Y

33798

0x0ED5

RTD Max 12 Temperature -41

251

?C

F20E

Y Y Y Y

33799

0x0ED6

RTD Max 13 Temperature -41

251

?C

F20E

Y Y Y Y

Xfmr DFR Records


33860

0x0F13

Records Since Clear

4000000000

F10

33862

0x0F15

Last Clear Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Percent Differential Values


33880

0x0F27

Ia Diff

120000000

F13

Y Y

33882

0x0F29

Ib Diff

120000000

F13

Y Y
Y Y

33884

0x0F2B

Ic Diff

120000000

F13

33886

0x0F2D

Ia Restr

120000000

F13

Y Y

33888

0x0F2F

Ib Restr

120000000

F13

Y Y
Y Y

33890

0x0F31

Ic Restr

120000000

F13

33892

0x0F33

Ia Diff 2nd Harm

1000

F1

33893

0x0F34

Ib Diff 2nd Harm

1000

F1

33894

0x0F35

Ic Diff 2nd Harm

1000

F1

33895

0x0F36

Ia Diff 5th Harm

1000

F1

33896

0x0F37

Ib Diff 5th Harm

1000

F1

33897

0x0F38

Ic Diff 5th Harm

1000

F1

33898

0x0F39

Ia Diff

1000000

x CT

F13

33900

0x0F3B

Ib Diff

1000000

x CT

F13

33902

0x0F3D

Ic Diff

1000000

x CT

F13

33904

0x0F3F

Ia Restr

1000000

x CT

F13

33906

0x0F41

Ib Restr

1000000

x CT

F13

33908

0x0F43

Ic Restr

1000000

x CT

F13

Overall Percent Differential Values


33932

0x0F5B

Ia Diff 2nd Harm

1000

F1

33933

0x0F5C

Ib Diff 2nd Harm

1000

F1

33934

0x0F5D

Ic Diff 2nd Harm

1000

F1

33935

0x0F5E

Ia Diff 5th Harm

1000

F1

33936

0x0F5F

Ib Diff 5th Harm

1000

F1

33937

0x0F60

Ic Diff 5th Harm

1000

F1

33938

0x0F61

Ia Ovrl Diff

1000000

x CT

F13

33940

0x0F63

Ib Ovrl Diff

1000000

x CT

F13

33942

0x0F65

Ic Ovrl Diff

1000000

x CT

F13

33944

0x0F67

Ia Ovrl Restr

1000000

x CT

F13

33946

0x0F69

Ib Ovrl Restr

1000000

x CT

F13

33948

0x0F6B

Ic Ovrl Restr

1000000

x CT

F13

Hottest Stator RTD


33960

0x0F77

Hottest Stator RTD #

12

33961

0x0F78

Hottest Stator RTD Temp

-41

251

F0

Y Y

?C

F20E

40

Y Y

F0

Y Y

?C

F20E

40

Y Y

Hottest Bearing RTD


33962

0x0F79

Hottest Bearing RTD #

12

33963

0x0F7A

Hottest Bearing RTD


Temp

-41

251

RTD

11-50

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

33980

0x0F8B

-41

251

F20E

40

33981

0x0F8C

RTD 2

-41

251

?C

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

33982

0x0F8D

RTD 3

-41

251

?C

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

33983

0x0F8E

RTD 4

-41

251

?C

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

33984

0x0F8F

RTD 5

-41

251

?C

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

33985

0x0F90

RTD 6

-41

251

?C

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

33986

0x0F91

RTD 7

-41

251

?C

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

33987

0x0F92

RTD 8

-41

251

?C

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

33988

0x0F93

RTD 9

-41

251

?C

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

33989

0x0F94

RTD 10

-41

251

?C

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

33990

0x0F95

RTD 11

-41

251

?C

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

33991

0x0F96

RTD 12

-41

251

?C

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

33992

0x0F97

RTD 13

-41

251

?C

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

Reset RTD Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

RTD 1

?C

Y Y Y Y

RTD Maximums Last Reset


34000

0x0F9F

RTD 1 Maximums
34010

0x0FA9

RTD 1 Max

-41

251

34011

0x0FAA

RTD 1 Max Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

?C

RTD 2 Maximums
34013

0x0FAC

RTD 2 Max

-41

251

34014

0x0FAD

RTD 2 Max Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

?C

RTD 3 Maximums
34016

0x0FAF

RTD 3 Max

-41

251

34017

0x0FB0

RTD 3 Max Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

?C

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

RTD 4 Maximums
34019

0x0FB2

RTD 4 Max

-41

251

34020

0x0FB3

RTD 4 Max Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

?C

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

RTD 5 Maximums
34022

0x0FB5

RTD 5 Max

-41

251

34023

0x0FB6

RTD 5 Max Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

?C

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

RTD 6 Maximums
34025

0x0FB8

RTD 6 Max

-41

251

34026

0x0FB9

RTD 6 Max Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

?C

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

RTD 7 Maximums
34028

0x0FBB

RTD 7 Max

-41

251

34029

0x0FBC

RTD 7 Max Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

?C

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

RTD 8 Maximums
34031

0x0FBE

RTD 8 Max

-41

251

34032

0x0FBF

RTD 8 Max Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

?C

RTD 9 Maximums
34034

0x0FC1

RTD 9 Max

-41

251

34035

0x0FC2

RTD 9 Max Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

?C

RTD 10 Maximums
34037

0x0FC4

RTD 10 Max

-41

251

34038

0x0FC5

RTD 10 Max Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

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Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

RTD 11 Maximums
34040

0x0FC7

RTD 11 Max

-41

251

34041

0x0FC8

RTD 11 Max Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

?C

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

RTD 12 Maximums
34043

0x0FCA

RTD 12 Max

-41

251

34044

0x0FCB

RTD 12 Max Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

?C

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

F50

Y Y Y Y

RTD 13 Maximums
34046

0x0FCD RTD 13 Max

-41

251

F20E

40

Y Y Y Y

34047

0x0FCE

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

RTD 13 Max Date/Time

?C

Analog Inputs
34270

0x10AD Analog Ip 1

-500000

500000

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
49534

Y Y Y Y

34272

0x10AF

Analog Ip 2

-500000

500000

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
49582

Y Y Y Y

34274

0x10B1

Analog Ip 3

-500000

500000

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
49630

Y Y Y Y

34276

0x10B3

Analog Ip 4

-500000

500000

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
49678

Y Y Y Y

W1 Metering
34420

0x1143

W1 Load (% of rated)

1000

F1

34421

0x1144

W1 Average Ph Current

120000000

F13

34423

0x1146

W1 Harm Derate Factor

100

F2

100

W2 Load (% of rated)

1000

F1

W2 Metering
34432

0x114F

34433

0x1150

W2 Average Ph Current

120000000

34435

0x1152

W2 Harm Derate Factor

100

F13

F2

100

W3 Metering
34444

0x115B

W3 Load (% of rated)

1000

F1

34445

0x115C

W3 Average Ph Current

120000000

F13

34447

0x115E

W3 Harm Derate Factor

100

F2

100

F20E

F1

F13

Thermal Elements
34460

0x116B

Wndg Hottest Spot ?C

-41

301

34461

0x116C

Aging Factor

65535

34462

0x116D

Daily Rate LOL

500000000

?C
hrs

34464

0x116F

Transformer Life Lost

500000000

hrs

F13

34466

0x1171

Top Oil Temperature

-41

301

?C

F20E

34467

0x1172

Ambient Temperature

-41

301

?C

F20E

-20

40

F20D

40

Tap Changer Position


34480

11-52

0x117F

Tap Position

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

34481

0x1180

Ohms In 1

5100

ohms

F0

34482

0x1181

Winding Voltage

120000000

kV

F12

34484

0x1183

Delta V Above Min Tap V

120000000

kV

F12

Volts per Hertz


34510

0x119D

Volts Per Hertz 1

400

V/Hz

F2

100

Y Y

34511

0x119E

Volts Per Hertz 2

400

V/Hz

F2

100

Y Y

Status

FC350A

FC350B

F10

FC385

Transformer Status
34520

0x11A7

Generator Status
34540

0x11BB

Generator Status

34541

0x11BC

Running Hours

1000000

34543

0x11BE

Field Bkr Status

34544

0x11BF

Thermal Capacity Used

100

F0

34545

0x11C0

Estimated Operate Time


on OL

65535

F0D

10001

hrs

FlexElements
34580

0x11E3

FE1 Op Signal

-30000

30000

p.u.

F23

Y Y Y Y

34581

0x11E4

FE2 Op Signal

-30000

30000

p.u.

F23

Y Y Y Y

34582

0x11E5

FE3 Op Signal

-30000

30000

p.u.

F23

Y Y Y Y

34583

0x11E6

FE4 Op Signal

-30000

30000

p.u.

F23

Y Y Y Y

34584

0x11E7

FE5 Op Signal

-30000

30000

p.u.

F23

Y Y Y Y

34585

0x11E8

FE6 Op Signal

-30000

30000

p.u.

F23

Y Y Y Y

34586

0x11E9

FE7 Op Signal

-30000

30000

p.u.

F23

Y Y Y Y

34587

0x11EA

FE8 Op Signal

-30000

30000

p.u.

F23

Y Y Y Y

400

x FLA

F1

Generator General
34610

0x1201

Load Current

34611

0x1202

Unbalance Current

10000

%FLA

F2

34613

0x1204

Excitation Current

-50000

50000

units

F30

34615

0x1206

Bearing Vibration

-50000

50000

units

F30

Frequency OOB Accum


34630

0x1215

Freq OOB 1 Accum

9999

F1

34631

0x1216

Freq OOB 2 Accum

9999

F1

34632

0x1217

Freq OOB 3 Accum

9999

F1

34633

0x1218

Freq OOB 4 Accum

9999

F1

34634

0x1219

Freq OOB 5 Accum

9999

F1

34635

0x121A

Freq OOB 6 Accum

9999

F1

34636

0x121B

Freq OOB 7 Accum

9999

F1

9999

F2

Stat Gnd 3rd Harm


34670

0x123D

3rd Harm VN in Sec

34671

0x123E

3rd Harm V0 in Sec

9999

F2

34672

0x123F

3rd Harm VN+V0 in Sec

9999

F2

J1 Harmonic I Magnitude
34710

0x1265

J1 Phase A 2nd Harm


Mag

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

34712

0x1267

J1 Phase B 2nd Harm


Mag

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

34714

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

0x1269

J1 Phase C 2nd Harm


Mag

Y Y

34716

0x126B

J1 Phase A 5th Harm Mag 0

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

34718

0x126D

J1 Phase B 5th Harm Mag 0

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

34720

0x126F

J1 Phase C 5th Harm Mag 0

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

K1 Harmonic I Magnitude
34734

0x127D

K1 Phase A 2nd Harm


Mag

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

34736

0x127F

K1 Phase B 2nd Harm


Mag

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

34738

0x1281

K1 Phase C 2nd Harm


Mag

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

34740

0x1283

K1 Phase A 5th Harm Mag 0

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

34742

0x1285

K1 Phase B 5th Harm Mag 0

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

34744

0x1287

K1 Phase C 5th Harm Mag 0

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

K2 Harmonic I Magnitude
34758

0x1295

K2 Phase A 2nd Harm


Mag

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

34760

0x1297

K2 Phase B 2nd Harm


Mag

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

34762

0x1299

K2 Phase C 2nd Harm


Mag

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

34764

0x129B

K2 Phase A 5th Harm Mag 0

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

34766

0x129D

K2 Phase B 5th Harm Mag 0

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

34768

0x129F

K2 Phase C 5th Harm Mag 0

0xFFFFFFFF

F13

Y Y

DGA Device Data


34800

0x12BF

Device_ID

65535

F60_32

16

34816

0x12CF

Serial Number

65535

F60_16

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F31

DGA Gas ppm Values


34834

0x12E1

Hydrogen (H2)

34836

0x12E3

Carbon Dioxide (CO2)

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F31

34838

0x12E5

Carbon Monoxide (CO)

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F31

34840

0x12E7

Ethylene (C2H4)

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F31

34842

0x12E9

Ethane (C2H6)

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F31

34844

0x12EB

Methane (CH4)

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F31

34846

0x12ED

Acetylene (C2H2)

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F31

34848

0x12EF

Moisture (H2O)

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F31

34850

0x12F1

Oxygen (O2)

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F31

34852

0x12F3

TDCG

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F31

34854

0x12F5

Nitrogen (N2)

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F31

34856

0x12F7

Ambient Temperature

-32768

32767

?C

F20

34857

0x12F8

Hydran (H2)

65535

ppm

F0

34858

0x12F9

Hydran Hourly Trend

65535

ppm

F0

34859

0x12FA

Hydran Daily Trend

65535

ppm

F0

34860

0x12FB

%RH Level

1000

F1

34861

0x12FC

%RH Hourly Average

1000

F1

34862

0x12FD

H2O ppm Level

65535

ppm

F0

34863

0x12FE

H2O ppm Hourly Average 0

65535

ppm

F0

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

34864

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

0x12FF

Measurement Date/
Timestamp

DGA Gas Alarm Limits


34879

0x130E

Hydrogen (H2) Limit

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F31

34881

0x1310

Carbon Dioxide (CO2)


Limit

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F31

34883

0x1312

Carbon Monoxide (CO)


Limit

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F31

34885

0x1314

Ethylene (C2H4) Limit

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F31

34887

0x1316

Ethane (C2H6) Limit

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F31

34889

0x1318

Methane (CH4) Limit

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F31

34891

0x131A

Acetylene (C2H2) Limit

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F31

34893

0x131C

Moisture (H2O) Limit

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F31

34895

0x131E

Oxygen (O2) Limit

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F31

34897

0x1320

TDCG Limit

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F31

34899

0x1322

Nitrogen (N2) Limit

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F31

DGA Alarm Limits


34911

0x132E

Hydran (H2) H Limit

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F10

34913

0x1330

Hydran (H2) HH Limit

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F10

34915

0x1332

Hydran Hourly Trend H


Limit

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F10

34917

0x1334

Hydran Hourly Trend HH


Limit

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F10

34919

0x1336

Hydran Daily Trend H


Limit

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F10

34921

0x1338

Hydran Daily Trend HH


Limit

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F10

34923

0x133A

%RH Level H Limit

100

F0

34924

0x133B

%RH Level HH Limit

100

F0

34925

0x133C

%RH Hourly Average H


Limit

100

F0

34926

0x133D

%RH Hourly Average HH


Limit

100

F0

34927

0x133E

H2O ppm Level H Limit

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F10

34929

0x1340

H2O ppm Level HH Limit

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F10

34931

0x1342

H2O ppm Hourly Avg H


Limit

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F10

34933

0x1344

H2O ppm Hourly Avg HH 0


Limit

0xFFFFFFFF

ppm

F10

Arc Flash 1 Status

0xFFFF

FC387

Y Y Y Y

Arc Flash 1 Status


34980

0x1373

Arc Flash 1 Actual Values


34990

0x137D

HS Phase Current A

12000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

34992

0x137F

HS Phase Current B

12000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

34994

0x1381

HS Phase Current C

12000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

34996

0x1383

HS Ground Current

12000000

F12

Y Y Y Y

34998

0x1385

Sensor 1 Light Level

100

F1

Y Y Y Y

34999

0x1386

Sensor 2 Light Level

100

F1

Y Y Y Y

35000

0x1387

Sensor 3 Light Level

100

F1

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

35001

100

F1

Y Y Y Y

0x1388

Sensor 4 Light Level

Fast Underfrequency
35050

0x13B9

Fast Frequency

2000

7000

Hz

F2

6000

35051

0x13BA

Fast Rate of Change

-12000

12000

Hz/sec

F22

ohms

F32

Positive Impedance 1
35100

0x13EB

Z1 Resistance

-2147483648 2147483647

35102

0x13ED

Z1 Reactance

-2147483648 2147483647

ohms

F32

35104

0x13EF

Z1 Magnitude

655350

ohms

F12

35106

0x13F1

Z1 Angle

-3599

3599

F21

Positive Impedance 2
35110

0x13F5

Z1 Resistance

-2147483648 2147483647

ohms

F32

35112

0x13F7

Z1 Reactance

-2147483648 2147483647

ohms

F32

35114

0x13F9

Z1 Magnitude

655350

ohms

F12

35116

0x13FB

Z1 Angle

-3599

3599

F21

Stator Inter-Turn Fault Actual Values


35120

0x13FF

Operating Quantity

20000

F3

400

35121

0x1400

Learned Unbal Z

10000

F3

200

35122

0x1401

Time of Unbal Z Calc

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

35124

0x1403

Max. Operating Quantity

20000

F3

500

35125

0x1404

Max. Learned Unbal Z

10000

F3

200

1000

F1

Harmonic Detection J1
35140

0x1413

HD J1 Ph A 2nd Harm

Y Y Y Y

35141

0x1414

HD J1 Ph B 2nd Harm

1000

F1

Y Y Y Y

35142

0x1415

HD J1 Ph C 2nd Harm

1000

F1

Y Y Y Y

35143

0x1416

HD J1 Ph A 3rd Harm

1000

F1

Y Y Y Y

35144

0x1417

HD J1 Ph B 3rd Harm

1000

F1

Y Y Y Y

35145

0x1418

HD J1 Ph C 3rd Harm

1000

F1

Y Y Y Y

35146

0x1419

HD J1 Ph A 4th Harm

1000

F1

Y Y Y Y

35147

0x141A

HD J1 Ph B 4th Harm

1000

F1

Y Y Y Y

35148

0x141B

HD J1 Ph C 4th Harm

1000

F1

Y Y Y Y

35149

0x141C

HD J1 Ph A 5th Harm

1000

F1

Y Y Y Y

35150

0x141D

HD J1 Ph B 5th Harm

1000

F1

Y Y Y Y

35151

0x141E

HD J1 Ph C 5th Harm

1000

F1

Y Y Y Y

Harmonic Detection K1
35152

0x141F

HD K1 Ph A 2nd Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

35153

0x1420

HD K1 Ph B 2nd Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

35154

0x1421

HD K1 Ph C 2nd Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

35155

0x1422

HD K1 Ph A 3rd Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

35156

0x1423

HD K1 Ph B 3rd Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

35157

0x1424

HD K1 Ph C 3rd Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

35158

0x1425

HD K1 Ph A 4th Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

35159

0x1426

HD K1 Ph B 4th Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

35160

0x1427

HD K1 Ph C 4th Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

35161

0x1428

HD K1 Ph A 5th Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

35162

0x1429

HD K1 Ph B 5th Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

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MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

35163

1000

F1

0x142A

HD K1 Ph C 5th Harm

Y Y

Harmonic Detection K2
35164

0x142B

HD K2 Ph A 2nd Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

35165

0x142C

HD K2 Ph B 2nd Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

35166

0x142D

HD K2 Ph C 2nd Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

35167

0x142E

HD K2 Ph A 3rd Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

35168

0x142F

HD K2 Ph B 3rd Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

35169

0x1430

HD K2 Ph C 3rd Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

35170

0x1431

HD K2 Ph A 4th Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

35171

0x1432

HD K2 Ph B 4th Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

35172

0x1433

HD K2 Ph C 4th Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

35173

0x1434

HD K2 Ph A 5th Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

35174

0x1435

HD K2 Ph B 5th Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

35175

0x1436

HD K2 Ph C 5th Harm

1000

F1

Y Y

Last Trip Data


35190

0x1445

Cause

0xFFFFFFFF

FC134

Y Y Y Y

35192

0x1447

Event

4294967295

F10

Y Y Y Y

35194

0x1449

Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

35196

0x144B

Time (us)

999999

F51

Y Y Y Y

35198

0x144D

Parameter 1

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35200

0x144F

Parameter 2

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35202

0x1451

Parameter 3

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35204

0x1453

Parameter 4

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35206

0x1455

Parameter 5

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35208

0x1457

Parameter 6

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35210

0x1459

Parameter 7

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35212

0x145B

Parameter 8

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35214

0x145D

Parameter 9

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35216

0x145F

Parameter 10

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35218

0x1461

Parameter 11

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35220

0x1463

Parameter 12

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35222

0x1465

Parameter 13

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35224

0x1467

Parameter 14

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35226

0x1469

Parameter 15

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35228

0x146B

Parameter 16

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35230

0x146D

Parameter 17

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35232

0x146F

Parameter 18

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35234

0x1471

Parameter 19

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35236

0x1473

Parameter 20

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35238

0x1475

Parameter 21

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35240

0x1477

Parameter 22

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35242

0x1479

Parameter 23

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35244

0x147B

Parameter 24

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35246

0x147D

Parameter 25

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35248

0x147F

Parameter 26

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

35250

0x1481

Parameter 27

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35252

0x1483

35254

0x1485

Parameter 28

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

Parameter 29

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

35256

0x1487

Y Y Y Y

Parameter 30

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35258
35260

0x1489

Parameter 31

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

0x148B

Parameter 32

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35262

0x148D

Parameter 33

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35264

0x148F

Parameter 34

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35266

0x1491

Parameter 35

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35268

0x1493

Parameter 36

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35270

0x1495

Parameter 37

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35272

0x1497

Parameter 38

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35274

0x1499

Parameter 39

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35276

0x149B

Parameter 40

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35278

0x149D

Parameter 41

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35280

0x149F

Parameter 42

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35282

0x14A1

Parameter 43

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35284

0x14A3

Parameter 44

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35286

0x14A5

Parameter 45

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35288

0x14A7

Parameter 46

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35290

0x14A9

Parameter 47

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35292

0x14AB

Parameter 48

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35294

0x14AD Parameter 49

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35296

0x14AF

Parameter 50

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35298

0x14B1

Parameter 51

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35300

0x14B3

Parameter 52

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35302

0x14B5

Parameter 53

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35304

0x14B7

Parameter 54

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35306

0x14B9

Parameter 55

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35308

0x14BB

Parameter 56

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35310

0x14BD Parameter 57

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35312

0x14BF

Parameter 58

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35314

0x14C1

Parameter 59

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35316

0x14C3

Parameter 60

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35318

0x14C5

Parameter 61

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35320

0x14C7

Parameter 62

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35322

0x14C9

Parameter 63

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35324

0x14CB

Parameter 64

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

Event Data Actual Values


35340

0x14DB Event

4294967295

F10

Y Y Y Y

35342

0x14DD Cause

0xFFFFFFFF

FC134

Y Y Y Y

35344

0x14DF

Date/Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

35346

0x14E1

Event Time (us)

999999

F51

Y Y Y Y

35348

0x14E3

Parameter 1

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35350

0x14E5

Parameter 2

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

35352

0x14E7

-2147483648 2147483647

35354

0x14E9

Parameter 4

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35356

0x14EB

Parameter 5

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35358

0x14ED

Parameter 6

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35360

0x14EF

Parameter 7

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35362

0x14F1

Parameter 8

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35364

0x14F3

Parameter 9

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35366

0x14F5

Parameter 10

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35368

0x14F7

Parameter 11

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35370

0x14F9

Parameter 12

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35372

0x14FB

Parameter 13

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35374

0x14FD

Parameter 14

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35376

0x14FF

Parameter 15

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35378

0x1501

Parameter 16

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35380

0x1503

Parameter 17

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35382

0x1505

Parameter 18

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35384

0x1507

Parameter 19

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35386

0x1509

Parameter 20

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35388

0x150B

Parameter 21

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35390

0x150D

Parameter 22

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35392

0x150F

Parameter 23

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35394

0x1511

Parameter 24

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35396

0x1513

Parameter 25

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35398

0x1515

Parameter 26

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35400

0x1517

Parameter 27

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35402

0x1519

Parameter 28

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35404

0x151B

Parameter 29

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35406

0x151D

Parameter 30

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35408

0x151F

Parameter 31

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35410

0x1521

Parameter 32

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35412

0x1523

Parameter 33

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35414

0x1525

Parameter 34

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35416

0x1527

Parameter 35

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35418

0x1529

Parameter 36

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35420

0x152B

Parameter 37

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35422

0x152D

Parameter 38

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35424

0x152F

Parameter 39

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35426

0x1531

Parameter 40

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35428

0x1533

Parameter 41

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35430

0x1535

Parameter 42

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35432

0x1537

Parameter 43

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35434

0x1539

Parameter 44

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35436

0x153B

Parameter 45

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35438

0x153D

Parameter 46

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35440

0x153F

Parameter 47

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

Parameter 3

Max

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Code

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Default

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Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

F30

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

35442

0x1541

Parameter 48

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35444

0x1543

35446

0x1545

Parameter 49

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

Parameter 50

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

35448

0x1547

Y Y Y Y

Parameter 51

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35450
35452

0x1549

Parameter 52

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

0x154B

Parameter 53

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35454

0x154D

Parameter 54

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35456

0x154F

Parameter 55

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35458

0x1551

Parameter 56

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35460

0x1553

Parameter 57

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35462

0x1555

Parameter 58

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35464

0x1557

Parameter 59

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35466

0x1559

Parameter 60

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35468

0x155B

Parameter 61

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35470

0x155D

Parameter 62

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35472

0x155F

Parameter 63

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35474

0x1561

Parameter 64

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

Remote Modbus Device 1 Actual Values


35500

0x157B

Device Status

FC350C

Y Y Y Y

35501

0x157C

Last Successful Poll

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

35503

0x157E

FlexLogic Operand 1-32

0xFFFFFFFF

FC394

Y Y Y Y

35505

0x1580

FlexLogic Operand 33-64 0

0xFFFFFFFF

FC395

Y Y Y Y

35507

0x1582

BSG3 - Temp C 1

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35509

0x1584

BSG3 - Temp C 2

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35511

0x1586

BSG3 - Temp C 3

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35513

0x1588

BSG3 - Temp C 4

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35515

0x158A

BSG3 - Temp C 5

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35517

0x158C

BSG3 - Temp C 6

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35519

0x158E

BSG3 - Temp C 7

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35521

0x1590

BSG3 - Temp C 8

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35523

0x1592

BSG3 - Temp C 9

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35525

0x1594

BSG3 - Temp F 1

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35527

0x1596

BSG3 - Temp F 2

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35529

0x1598

BSG3 - Temp F 3

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35531

0x159A

BSG3 - Temp F 4

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35533

0x159C

BSG3 - Temp F 5

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35535

0x159E

BSG3 - Temp F 6

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35537

0x15A0

BSG3 - Temp F 7

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35539

0x15A2

BSG3 - Temp F 8

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35541

0x15A4

BSG3 - Temp F 9

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35543

0x15A6

BSG3 - Power 1

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35545

0x15A8

BSG3 - Power 2

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35547

0x15AA

BSG3 - Power 3

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35549

0x15AC

BSG3 - Power 4

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

35551

0x15AE

BSG3 - Power 5

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

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MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

35553

0x15B0

BSG3 - Power 6

35555

0x15B2

35557

0x15B4

35559

0x15B6

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

BSG3 - Power 7

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

BSG3 - Power 8

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

BSG3 - Power 9

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

Remote Modbus Device 3 Actual Values


Setpoints
Firmware Build Signature
40001

0x0000

Version

160

160

F0

160

Y Y Y Y

40002

0x0001

Date

0x031707E0

0x031707E0

F10

0x031707 2
E0

Y Y Y Y

40004

0x0003

Time

0x0E2C2000

0x0E2C2000

F10

0x0E2C20 2
00

Y Y Y Y

40006

0x0005

SPChangeDateTime

0xFFFFFFFF

F50

Y Y Y Y

40008

0x0007

SPChangeuSeconds

999999

F51

Y Y Y Y

us

Modbus Commands
40129

0x0080

Command Address

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

40130

0x0081

Command Function

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

40131

0x0082

Command Data 1

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

40132

0x0083

Command Data 2

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

40133

0x0084

Command Data 3

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

40134

0x0085

Command Data 4

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

40135

0x0086

Command Data 5

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

40136

0x0087

Command Data 6

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

40137

0x0088

Command Data 7

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

40138

0x0089

Command Data 8

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

40139

0x008A

Command Data 9

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

40140

0x008B

Command Data 10

65535

F1

Y Y Y Y

Select Target Index

256

F0

Y Y Y Y

Target Message Selection


40230

0x00E5

Clock
40241

0x00F0

Time

0x173B3B63

F54

Y Y Y Y

40243

0x00F2

Date

0x010107D8

0x0C1F082E

F53

16844760 2

Y Y Y Y

40245

0x00F4

RTC Time

0xFFFFFFFF

F52

Y Y Y Y

40247

0x00F6

Local Time Offset from


UTC

-240

240

hrs

F21

Y Y Y Y

40248

0x00F7

Real Time Clock Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

40249

0x00F8

Daylight Savings Time

FC126

Y Y Y Y

40250

0x00F9

DST Start Month

12

FC169

Y Y Y Y

40251

0x00FA

DST Start Week

FC170

Y Y Y Y

40252

0x00FB

DST Start Day

FC171

Y Y Y Y

40253

0x00FC

DST Start Hour

23

F0

Y Y Y Y

40254

0x00FD

DST End Month

12

FC169

Y Y Y Y

40255

0x00FE

DST End Week

FC170

Y Y Y Y

40256

0x00FF

DST End Day

FC171

Y Y Y Y

40257

0x0100

DST End Hour

23

F0

Y Y Y Y

40258

0x0101

IRIG-B

FC126

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

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Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

Precision Time Protocol


40270

0x010D

Port 4 PTP Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

40271

0x010E

Port 4 Path Delay Adder

60000

ns

F0

Y Y Y Y

40272

0x010F

Port4 Path Delay


Asymmetry

-1000

1000

ns

F20

Y Y Y Y

40273

0x0110

Port 5 PTP Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

40274

0x0111

Port 5 Path Delay Adder

60000

ns

F0

Y Y Y Y

40275

0x0112

Port5 Path Delay


Asymmetry

-1000

1000

ns

F20

Y Y Y Y

40276

0x0113

Strict Power Profile

FC126

Y Y Y Y

40277

0x0114

PTP Domain Number

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

40278

0x0115

PTP VLAN Priority

F0

Y Y Y Y

40279

0x0116

PTP VLAN ID

4095

F0

Y Y Y Y

40280

0x0117

PTP Priority

F0

Y Y Y Y

40300

0x012B

SNTP Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

40301

0x012C

SNTP Server IP Address

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

Y Y Y Y

40303

0x012E

SNTP UDP Port Number

65535

F0A

123

Y Y Y Y

SNTP

User Map Setpoints


40524

0x020B

User Map Address 1

30001

49999

F0

30712

Y Y Y Y

40525

0x020C

User Map Address 2

30001

49999

F0

30713

Y Y Y Y

40526

0x020D

User Map Address 3

30001

49999

F0

30708

Y Y Y Y

40527

0x020E

User Map Address 4

30001

49999

F0

30709

Y Y Y Y

40528

0x020F

User Map Address 5

30001

49999

F0

30700

Y Y Y Y

40529

0x0210

User Map Address 6

30001

49999

F0

30701

Y Y Y Y

40530

0x0211

User Map Address 7

30001

49999

F0

30706

Y Y Y Y

40531

0x0212

User Map Address 8

30001

49999

F0

30707

Y Y Y Y

40532

0x0213

User Map Address 9

30001

49999

F0

30714

Y Y Y Y

40533

0x0214

User Map Address 10

30001

49999

F0

30715

Y Y Y Y

40534

0x0215

User Map Address 11

30001

49999

F0

30722

Y Y Y Y

40535

0x0216

User Map Address 12

30001

49999

F0

30723

Y Y Y Y

40536

0x0217

User Map Address 13

30001

49999

F0

30734

Y Y Y Y

40537

0x0218

User Map Address 14

30001

49999

F0

30735

Y Y Y Y

40538

0x0219

User Map Address 15

30001

49999

F0

30742

Y Y Y Y

40539

0x021A

User Map Address 16

30001

49999

F0

30743

Y Y Y Y

40540

0x021B

User Map Address 17

30001

49999

F0

31270

Y Y Y Y

40541

0x021C

User Map Address 18

30001

49999

F0

31271

Y Y Y Y

40542

0x021D

User Map Address 19

30001

49999

F0

31272

Y Y Y Y

40543

0x021E

User Map Address 20

30001

49999

F0

31273

Y Y Y Y

40544

0x021F

User Map Address 21

30001

49999

F0

31274

Y Y Y Y

40545

0x0220

User Map Address 22

30001

49999

F0

31275

Y Y Y Y

40546

0x0221

User Map Address 23

30001

49999

F0

31278

Y Y Y Y

40547

0x0222

User Map Address 24

30001

49999

F0

31279

Y Y Y Y

40548

0x0223

User Map Address 25

30001

49999

F0

31295

Y Y Y Y

40549

0x0224

User Map Address 26

30001

49999

F0

31296

Y Y Y Y

40550

0x0225

User Map Address 27

30001

49999

F0

31276

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

40551

0x0226

User Map Address 28

30001

49999

F0

31277

Y Y Y Y

40552

0x0227

User Map Address 29

30001

49999

F0

31446

Y Y Y Y

40553

0x0228

User Map Address 30

30001

49999

F0

31447

Y Y Y Y

40554

0x0229

User Map Address 31

30001

49999

F0

31448

Y Y Y Y

40555

0x022A

User Map Address 32

30001

49999

F0

31449

Y Y Y Y

40556

0x022B

User Map Address 33

30001

49999

F0

31450

Y Y Y Y

40557

0x022C

User Map Address 34

30001

49999

F0

31451

Y Y Y Y

40558

0x022D

User Map Address 35

30001

49999

F0

31452

Y Y Y Y

40559

0x022E

User Map Address 36

30001

49999

F0

31453

Y Y Y Y

40560

0x022F

User Map Address 37

30001

49999

F0

31454

Y Y Y Y

40561

0x0230

User Map Address 38

30001

49999

F0

31455

Y Y Y Y

40562

0x0231

User Map Address 39

30001

49999

F0

31456

Y Y Y Y

40563

0x0232

User Map Address 40

30001

49999

F0

31457

Y Y Y Y

40564

0x0233

User Map Address 41

30001

49999

F0

31470

Y Y Y Y

40565

0x0234

User Map Address 42

30001

49999

F0

31471

Y Y Y Y

40566

0x0235

User Map Address 43

30001

49999

F0

31472

Y Y Y Y

40567

0x0236

User Map Address 44

30001

49999

F0

31473

Y Y Y Y

40568

0x0237

User Map Address 45

30001

49999

F0

32020

Y Y Y Y

40569

0x0238

User Map Address 46

30001

49999

F0

32021

Y Y Y Y

40570

0x0239

User Map Address 47

30001

49999

F0

32024

Y Y Y Y

40571

0x023A

User Map Address 48

30001

49999

F0

32025

Y Y Y Y

40572

0x023B

User Map Address 49

30001

49999

F0

32044

Y Y Y Y

40573

0x023C

User Map Address 50

30001

49999

F0

33540

Y Y Y Y

40574

0x023D

User Map Address 51

30001

49999

F0

33541

Y Y Y Y

40575

0x023E

User Map Address 52

30001

49999

F0

31965

Y Y Y Y

40576

0x023F

User Map Address 53

30001

49999

F0

31966

Y Y Y Y

40577

0x0240

User Map Address 54

30001

49999

F0

31967

Y Y Y Y

40578

0x0241

User Map Address 55

30001

49999

F0

31968

Y Y Y Y

40579

0x0242

User Map Address 56

30001

49999

F0

31969

Y Y Y Y

40580

0x0243

User Map Address 57

30001

49999

F0

32114

Y Y Y Y

40581

0x0244

User Map Address 58

30001

49999

F0

32115

Y Y Y Y

40582

0x0245

User Map Address 59

30001

49999

F0

32026

Y Y Y Y

40583

0x0246

User Map Address 60

30001

49999

F0

32027

Y Y Y Y

40584

0x0247

User Map Address 61

30001

49999

F0

32038

Y Y Y Y

40585

0x0248

User Map Address 62

30001

49999

F0

32039

Y Y Y Y

40586

0x0249

User Map Address 63

30001

49999

F0

32045

Y Y Y Y

40587

0x024A

User Map Address 64

30001

49999

F0

32028

Y Y Y Y

40588

0x024B

User Map Address 65

30001

49999

F0

32029

Y Y Y Y

40589

0x024C

User Map Address 66

30001

49999

F0

32040

Y Y Y Y

40590

0x024D

User Map Address 67

30001

49999

F0

32041

Y Y Y Y

40591

0x024E

User Map Address 68

30001

49999

F0

32046

Y Y Y Y

40592

0x024F

User Map Address 69

30001

49999

F0

32030

Y Y Y Y

40593

0x0250

User Map Address 70

30001

49999

F0

32031

Y Y Y Y

40594

0x0251

User Map Address 71

30001

49999

F0

32042

Y Y Y Y

40595

0x0252

User Map Address 72

30001

49999

F0

32043

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

40596

0x0253

User Map Address 73

30001

49999

F0

32047

Y Y Y Y

40597

0x0254

User Map Address 74

30001

49999

F0

32022

Y Y Y Y

40598

0x0255

User Map Address 75

30001

49999

F0

32023

Y Y Y Y

40599

0x0256

User Map Address 76

30001

49999

F0

32032

Y Y Y Y

40600

0x0257

User Map Address 77

30001

49999

F0

32033

Y Y Y Y

40601

0x0258

User Map Address 78

30001

49999

F0

32034

Y Y Y Y

40602

0x0259

User Map Address 79

30001

49999

F0

32035

Y Y Y Y

40603

0x025A

User Map Address 80

30001

49999

F0

32036

Y Y Y Y

40604

0x025B

User Map Address 81

30001

49999

F0

32037

Y Y Y Y

40605

0x025C

User Map Address 82

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40606

0x025D

User Map Address 83

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40607

0x025E

User Map Address 84

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40608

0x025F

User Map Address 85

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40609

0x0260

User Map Address 86

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40610

0x0261

User Map Address 87

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40611

0x0262

User Map Address 88

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40612

0x0263

User Map Address 89

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40613

0x0264

User Map Address 90

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40614

0x0265

User Map Address 91

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40615

0x0266

User Map Address 92

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40616

0x0267

User Map Address 93

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40617

0x0268

User Map Address 94

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40618

0x0269

User Map Address 95

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40619

0x026A

User Map Address 96

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40620

0x026B

User Map Address 97

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40621

0x026C

User Map Address 98

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40622

0x026D

User Map Address 99

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40623

0x026E

User Map Address 100

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40624

0x026F

User Map Address 101

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40625

0x0270

User Map Address 102

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40626

0x0271

User Map Address 103

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40627

0x0272

User Map Address 104

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40628

0x0273

User Map Address 105

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40629

0x0274

User Map Address 106

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40630

0x0275

User Map Address 107

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40631

0x0276

User Map Address 108

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40632

0x0277

User Map Address 109

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40633

0x0278

User Map Address 110

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40634

0x0279

User Map Address 111

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40635

0x027A

User Map Address 112

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40636

0x027B

User Map Address 113

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40637

0x027C

User Map Address 114

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40638

0x027D

User Map Address 115

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40639

0x027E

User Map Address 116

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40640

0x027F

User Map Address 117

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

40641

0x0280

User Map Address 118

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40642

0x0281

User Map Address 119

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40643

0x0282

User Map Address 120

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40644

0x0283

User Map Address 121

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40645

0x0284

User Map Address 122

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40646

0x0285

User Map Address 123

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40647

0x0286

User Map Address 124

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

40648

0x0287

User Map Address 125

30001

49999

F0

30001

Y Y Y Y

Event Recorder Configuration


40660

0x0293

Enable Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

40661

0x0294

Event Selector

4294967295

F10

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Clear Records
40692

0x02B3

Last Trip Data

FC126B

40693

0x02B4

Stator Inter-Turn Fault

FC126B

40694

0x02B5

Running Hours

FC126B

40695

0x02B6

Xfmr Learned Data

FC126B

Y
Y

40696

0x02B7

Xfmr Energization
Records

FC126B

40697

0x02B8

Xfmr DFR Records

FC126B

40698

0x02B9

Xfmr Historic Max Record 0

FC126B

40699

0x02BA

DGA History

FC126B

40700

0x02BB

All Records

FC126B

Y Y Y Y

40701

0x02BC

Targets

FC126B

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

40702

0x02BD Event Records

FC126B

40703

0x02BE

Transient Records

FC126B

Y Y Y Y

40704

0x02BF

Data Logger

FC126B

Y Y Y Y

40705

0x02C0

Fault Reports

FC126B

40706

0x02C1

Max Current Demand

FC126B

Y Y Y Y

40707

0x02C2

Max Real Power Demand 0

FC126B

Y Y Y Y

40708

0x02C3

Max Reactive Power


Demand

FC126B

Y Y Y Y

40709

0x02C4

Max Apparent Power


Demand

FC126B

Y Y Y Y

40710

0x02C5

Energy Use Data

FC126B

Y Y Y Y

40711

0x02C6

Thermal Capacity

FC126B

Y Y Y

40712

0x02C7

Digital Counters

FC126B

Y Y Y Y

40713

0x02C8

BKR1 Arcing Current

FC126B

Y Y Y Y

40714

0x02C9

BKR1 Health Data

FC126B

Y Y Y Y

40715

0x02CA

BKR2 Arcing Current

FC126B

Y Y

40716

0x02CB

BKR2 Health Data

FC126B

Y Y

40717

0x02CC

BKR3 Arcing Current

FC126B

40718

0x02CD BKR3 Health Data

FC126B

40720

0x02CF

Autoreclose

FC126B

40722

0x02D1

Motor Trip Data

FC126B

40723

0x02D2

Motor Start Records

FC126B

40724

0x02D3

Motor Start Statistics

FC126B

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

40725

Motor Learned Data

FC126B

0x02D4

40726

0x02D5

RTD Maximums

FC126B

40727

0x02D6

Broken Rotor Bar Data

FC126B

Y Y Y Y

40728

0x02D7

Transformer Loss of Life

FC126B

40730

0x02D9

Timer 1 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40731

0x02DA Timer 1 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40732

0x02DB Timer 1 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40733

0x02DC Timer 2 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40734

0x02DD Timer 2 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40735

0x02DE

Timer 2 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40736

0x02DF

Timer 3 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40737

0x02E0

Timer 3 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40738

0x02E1

Timer 3 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40739

0x02E2

Timer 4 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40740

0x02E3

Timer 4 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40741

0x02E4

Timer 4 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40742

0x02E5

Timer 5 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40743

0x02E6

Timer 5 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40744

0x02E7

Timer 5 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40745

0x02E8

Timer 6 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40746

0x02E9

Timer 6 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40747

0x02EA

Timer 6 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40748

0x02EB

Timer 7 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40749

0x02EC

Timer 7 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40750

0x02ED

Timer 7 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40751

0x02EE

Timer 8 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40752

0x02EF

Timer 8 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40753

0x02F0

Timer 8 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40754

0x02F1

Timer 9 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40755

0x02F2

Timer 9 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40756

0x02F3

Timer 9 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40757

0x02F4

Timer 10 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40758

0x02F5

Timer 10 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40759

0x02F6

Timer 10 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

Timer 1

Timer 2

Timer 3

Timer 4

Timer 5

Timer 6

Timer 7

Timer 8

Timer 9

Timer 10

Timer 11

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

40760

0x02F7

Timer 11 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40761

0x02F8

Timer 11 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40762

0x02F9

Timer 11 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40763

0x02FA

Timer 12 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40764

0x02FB

Timer 12 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40765

0x02FC

Timer 12 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40766

0x02FD

Timer 13 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40767

0x02FE

Timer 13 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40768

0x02FF

Timer 13 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40769

0x0300

Timer 14 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40770

0x0301

Timer 14 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40771

0x0302

Timer 14 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40772

0x0303

Timer 15 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40773

0x0304

Timer 15 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40774

0x0305

Timer 15 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40775

0x0306

Timer 16 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40776

0x0307

Timer 16 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40777

0x0308

Timer 16 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40778

0x0309

Timer 17 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40779

0x030A

Timer 17 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40780

0x030B

Timer 17 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

Timer 12

Timer 13

Timer 14

Timer 15

Timer 16

Timer 17

Timer 18
40781

0x030C

Timer 18 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40782

0x030D

Timer 18 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40783

0x030E

Timer 18 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40784

0x030F

Timer 19 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40785

0x0310

Timer 19 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40786

0x0311

Timer 19 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40787

0x0312

Timer 20 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40788

0x0313

Timer 20 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40789

0x0314

Timer 20 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40790

0x0315

Timer 21 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40791

0x0316

Timer 21 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40792

0x0317

Timer 21 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

0x0318

Timer 22 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

Timer 19

Timer 20

Timer 21

Timer 22
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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

40794

0x0319

Timer 22 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40795

0x031A

Timer 22 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40796

0x031B

Timer 23 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40797

0x031C

Timer 23 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40798

0x031D

Timer 23 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

Timer 23

Timer 24
40799

0x031E

Timer 24 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40800

0x031F

Timer 24 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40801

0x0320

Timer 24 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40802

0x0321

Timer 25 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40803

0x0322

Timer 25 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40804

0x0323

Timer 25 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40805

0x0324

Timer 26 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40806

0x0325

Timer 26 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40807

0x0326

Timer 26 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40808

0x0327

Timer 27 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40809

0x0328

Timer 27 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40810

0x0329

Timer 27 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40811

0x032A

Timer 28 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40812

0x032B

Timer 28 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40813

0x032C

Timer 28 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40814

0x032D

Timer 29 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40815

0x032E

Timer 29 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40816

0x032F

Timer 29 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40817

0x0330

Timer 30 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40818

0x0331

Timer 30 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40819

0x0332

Timer 30 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40820

0x0333

Timer 31 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40821

0x0334

Timer 31 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40822

0x0335

Timer 31 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40823

0x0336

Timer 32 Type

FC141

Y Y Y Y

40824

0x0337

Timer 32 Pickup Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

40825

0x0338

Timer 32 Dropout Delay

60000

F0

Y Y Y Y

Timer 25

Timer 26

Timer 27

Timer 28

Timer 29

Timer 30

Timer 31

Timer 32

Non-Volatile Latch 1
40840

0x0347

NV Latch 1 Name

65535

F60_26

NV Latch 1 13

Y Y Y Y

40853

0x0354

NV Latch 1 Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

40854

0x0355

NV Latch 1 Type

FC271

40855

0x0356

NV Latch 1 Set

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

40857

0x0358

NV Latch 1 Reset

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

40859

0x035A

NV Latch 1 Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

40860

0x035B

NV Latch 1 Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

Y Y Y Y

Non-Volatile Latch 2
40861

0x035C

NV Latch 2 Name

65535

F60_26

NV Latch 2 13

Y Y Y Y

40874

0x0369

NV Latch 2 Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

40875

0x036A

NV Latch 2 Type

FC271

Y Y Y Y

40876

0x036B

NV Latch 2 Set

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

40878

0x036D

NV Latch 2 Reset

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

40880

0x036F

NV Latch 2 Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

40881

0x0370

NV Latch 2 Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

Non-Volatile Latch 3
40882

0x0371

NV Latch 3 Name

65535

F60_26

NV Latch 3 13

Y Y Y Y

40895

0x037E

NV Latch 3 Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

40896

0x037F

NV Latch 3 Type

FC271

Y Y Y Y

40897

0x0380

NV Latch 3 Set

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

40899

0x0382

NV Latch 3 Reset

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

40901

0x0384

NV Latch 3 Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

40902

0x0385

NV Latch 3 Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

Non-Volatile Latch 4
40903

0x0386

NV Latch 4 Name

65535

F60_26

NV Latch 4 13

Y Y Y Y

40916

0x0393

NV Latch 4 Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

40917

0x0394

NV Latch 4 Type

FC271

Y Y Y Y

40918

0x0395

NV Latch 4 Set

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

40920

0x0397

NV Latch 4 Reset

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

40922

0x0399

NV Latch 4 Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

40923

0x039A

NV Latch 4 Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

Non-Volatile Latch 5
40924

0x039B

NV Latch 5 Name

65535

F60_26

NV Latch 5 13

Y Y Y Y

40937

0x03A8

NV Latch 5 Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

40938

0x03A9

NV Latch 5 Type

FC271

Y Y Y Y

40939

0x03AA

NV Latch 5 Set

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

40941

0x03AC

NV Latch 5 Reset

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

40943

0x03AE

NV Latch 5 Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

40944

0x03AF

NV Latch 5 Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

Non-Volatile Latch 6
40945

0x03B0

65535

F60_26

NV Latch 6 13

Y Y Y Y

40958

0x03BD NV Latch 6 Function

NV Latch 6 Name

FC126

Y Y Y Y

40959

0x03BE

NV Latch 6 Type

FC271

Y Y Y Y

40960

0x03BF

NV Latch 6 Set

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

40962

0x03C1

NV Latch 6 Reset

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

40964

0x03C3

NV Latch 6 Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

40965

0x03C4

NV Latch 6 Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

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Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

Non-Volatile Latch 7
40966

0x03C5

NV Latch 7 Name

65535

F60_26

NV Latch 7 13

Y Y Y Y

40979

0x03D2

NV Latch 7 Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

40980

0x03D3

NV Latch 7 Type

FC271

Y Y Y Y

40981

0x03D4

NV Latch 7 Set

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

40983

0x03D6

NV Latch 7 Reset

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

40985

0x03D8

NV Latch 7 Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

40986

0x03D9

NV Latch 7 Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

Non-Volatile Latch 8
40987

0x03DA NV Latch 8 Name

65535

F60_26

NV Latch 8 13

Y Y Y Y

41000

0x03E7

NV Latch 8 Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41001

0x03E8

NV Latch 8 Type

FC271

Y Y Y Y

41002

0x03E9

NV Latch 8 Set

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41004

0x03EB

NV Latch 8 Reset

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41006

0x03ED

NV Latch 8 Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41007

0x03EE

NV Latch 8 Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

Non-Volatile Latch 9
41008

0x03EF

NV Latch 9 Name

65535

F60_26

NV Latch 9 13

Y Y Y Y

41021

0x03FC

NV Latch 9 Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41022

0x03FD

NV Latch 9 Type

FC271

Y Y Y Y

41023

0x03FE

NV Latch 9 Set

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41025

0x0400

NV Latch 9 Reset

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41027

0x0402

NV Latch 9 Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41028

0x0403

NV Latch 9 Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

Non-Volatile Latch 10
41029

0x0404

NV Latch 10 Name

65535

F60_26

NV Latch
10

13

Y Y Y Y

41042

0x0411

NV Latch 10 Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41043

0x0412

NV Latch 10 Type

FC271

Y Y Y Y

41044

0x0413

NV Latch 10 Set

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41046

0x0415

NV Latch 10 Reset

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41048

0x0417

NV Latch 10 Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41049

0x0418

NV Latch 10 Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

Non-Volatile Latch 11
41050

0x0419

NV Latch 11 Name

65535

F60_26

NV Latch
11

13

Y Y Y Y

41063

0x0426

NV Latch 11 Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41064

0x0427

NV Latch 11 Type

FC271

Y Y Y Y

41065

0x0428

NV Latch 11 Set

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41067

0x042A

NV Latch 11 Reset

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41069

0x042C

NV Latch 11 Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41070

0x042D

NV Latch 11 Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

Non-Volatile Latch 12
41071

0x042E

NV Latch 12 Name

65535

F60_26

NV Latch
12

13

Y Y Y Y

41084

0x043B

NV Latch 12 Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

41085

FC271

0x043C

NV Latch 12 Type

Y Y Y Y

41086

0x043D

NV Latch 12 Set

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41088

0x043F

NV Latch 12 Reset

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41090

0x0441

NV Latch 12 Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41091

0x0442

NV Latch 12 Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

65535

F60_26

NV Latch
13

13

Y Y Y Y

Non-Volatile Latch 13
41092

0x0443

NV Latch 13 Name

41105

0x0450

NV Latch 13 Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41106

0x0451

NV Latch 13 Type

FC271

Y Y Y Y

41107

0x0452

NV Latch 13 Set

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41109

0x0454

NV Latch 13 Reset

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41111

0x0456

NV Latch 13 Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41112

0x0457

NV Latch 13 Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

Non-Volatile Latch 14
41113

0x0458

NV Latch 14 Name

65535

F60_26

NV Latch
14

13

Y Y Y Y

41126

0x0465

NV Latch 14 Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41127

0x0466

NV Latch 14 Type

FC271

Y Y Y Y

41128

0x0467

NV Latch 14 Set

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41130

0x0469

NV Latch 14 Reset

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41132

0x046B

NV Latch 14 Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41133

0x046C

NV Latch 14 Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

Non-Volatile Latch 15
41134

0x046D

NV Latch 15 Name

65535

F60_26

NV Latch
15

13

Y Y Y Y

41147

0x047A

NV Latch 15 Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41148

0x047B

NV Latch 15 Type

FC271

Y Y Y Y

41149

0x047C

NV Latch 15 Set

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41151

0x047E

NV Latch 15 Reset

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41153

0x0480

NV Latch 15 Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41154

0x0481

NV Latch 15 Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

Non-Volatile Latch 16
41155

0x0482

NV Latch 16 Name

65535

F60_26

NV Latch
16

13

Y Y Y Y

41168

0x048F

NV Latch 16 Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41169

0x0490

NV Latch 16 Type

FC271

Y Y Y Y

41170

0x0491

NV Latch 16 Set

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41172

0x0493

NV Latch 16 Reset

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41174

0x0495

NV Latch 16 Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41175

0x0496

NV Latch 16 Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

Force Virtual Inputs


41190

0x04A5

Force Virtual Input 1

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41191

0x04A6

Force Virtual Input 2

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41192

0x04A7

Force Virtual Input 3

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41193

0x04A8

Force Virtual Input 4

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41194

0x04A9

Force Virtual Input 5

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

41195

0x04AA

Force Virtual Input 6

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41196

0x04AB

Force Virtual Input 7

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41197

0x04AC

Force Virtual Input 8

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41198

0x04AD Force Virtual Input 9

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41199

0x04AE

Force Virtual Input 10

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41200

0x04AF

Force Virtual Input 11

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41201

0x04B0

Force Virtual Input 12

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41202

0x04B1

Force Virtual Input 13

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41203

0x04B2

Force Virtual Input 14

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41204

0x04B3

Force Virtual Input 15

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41205

0x04B4

Force Virtual Input 16

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41206

0x04B5

Force Virtual Input 17

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41207

0x04B6

Force Virtual Input 18

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41208

0x04B7

Force Virtual Input 19

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41209

0x04B8

Force Virtual Input 20

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41210

0x04B9

Force Virtual Input 21

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41211

0x04BA

Force Virtual Input 22

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41212

0x04BB

Force Virtual Input 23

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41213

0x04BC

Force Virtual Input 24

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41214

0x04BD Force Virtual Input 25

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41215

0x04BE

Force Virtual Input 26

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41216

0x04BF

Force Virtual Input 27

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41217

0x04C0

Force Virtual Input 28

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41218

0x04C1

Force Virtual Input 29

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41219

0x04C2

Force Virtual Input 30

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41220

0x04C3

Force Virtual Input 31

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

41221

0x04C4

Force Virtual Input 32

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

Flex States Configuration


41330

0x0531

Parameter 1

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41332

0x0533

Parameter 2

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41334

0x0535

Parameter 3

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41336

0x0537

Parameter 4

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41338

0x0539

Parameter 5

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41340

0x053B

Parameter 6

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41342

0x053D

Parameter 7

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41344

0x053F

Parameter 8

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41346

0x0541

Parameter 9

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41348

0x0543

Parameter 10

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41350

0x0545

Parameter 11

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41352

0x0547

Parameter 12

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41354

0x0549

Parameter 13

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41356

0x054B

Parameter 14

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41358

0x054D

Parameter 15

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41360

0x054F

Parameter 16

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41362

0x0551

Parameter 17

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

41364

0x0553

Parameter 18

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41366

0x0555

Parameter 19

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41368

0x0557

Parameter 20

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41370

0x0559

Parameter 21

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41372

0x055B

Parameter 22

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41374

0x055D

Parameter 23

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41376

0x055F

Parameter 24

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41378

0x0561

Parameter 25

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41380

0x0563

Parameter 26

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41382

0x0565

Parameter 27

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41384

0x0567

Parameter 28

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41386

0x0569

Parameter 29

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41388

0x056B

Parameter 30

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41390

0x056D

Parameter 31

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41392

0x056F

Parameter 32

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41394

0x0571

Parameter 33

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41396

0x0573

Parameter 34

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41398

0x0575

Parameter 35

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41400

0x0577

Parameter 36

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41402

0x0579

Parameter 37

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41404

0x057B

Parameter 38

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41406

0x057D

Parameter 39

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41408

0x057F

Parameter 40

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41410

0x0581

Parameter 41

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41412

0x0583

Parameter 42

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41414

0x0585

Parameter 43

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41416

0x0587

Parameter 44

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41418

0x0589

Parameter 45

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41420

0x058B

Parameter 46

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41422

0x058D

Parameter 47

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41424

0x058F

Parameter 48

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41426

0x0591

Parameter 49

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41428

0x0593

Parameter 50

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41430

0x0595

Parameter 51

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41432

0x0597

Parameter 52

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41434

0x0599

Parameter 53

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41436

0x059B

Parameter 54

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41438

0x059D

Parameter 55

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41440

0x059F

Parameter 56

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41442

0x05A1

Parameter 57

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41444

0x05A3

Parameter 58

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41446

0x05A5

Parameter 59

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41448

0x05A7

Parameter 60

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41450

0x05A9

Parameter 61

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41452

0x05AB

Parameter 62

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

41454

0x05AD Parameter 63

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41456

0x05AF

Parameter 64

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41458

0x05B1

Parameter 65

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41460

0x05B3

Parameter 66

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41462

0x05B5

Parameter 67

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41464

0x05B7

Parameter 68

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41466

0x05B9

Parameter 69

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41468

0x05BB

Parameter 70

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41470

0x05BD Parameter 71

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41472

0x05BF

Parameter 72

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41474

0x05C1

Parameter 73

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41476

0x05C3

Parameter 74

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41478

0x05C5

Parameter 75

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41480

0x05C7

Parameter 76

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41482

0x05C9

Parameter 77

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41484

0x05CB

Parameter 78

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41486

0x05CD Parameter 79

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41488

0x05CF

Parameter 80

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41490

0x05D1

Parameter 81

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41492

0x05D3

Parameter 82

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41494

0x05D5

Parameter 83

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41496

0x05D7

Parameter 84

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41498

0x05D9

Parameter 85

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41500

0x05DB Parameter 86

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41502

0x05DD Parameter 87

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41504

0x05DF

Parameter 88

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41506

0x05E1

Parameter 89

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41508

0x05E3

Parameter 90

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41510

0x05E5

Parameter 91

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41512

0x05E7

Parameter 92

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41514

0x05E9

Parameter 93

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41516

0x05EB

Parameter 94

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41518

0x05ED

Parameter 95

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41520

0x05EF

Parameter 96

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41522

0x05F1

Parameter 97

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41524

0x05F3

Parameter 98

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41526

0x05F5

Parameter 99

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41528

0x05F7

Parameter 100

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41530

0x05F9

Parameter 101

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41532

0x05FB

Parameter 102

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41534

0x05FD

Parameter 103

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41536

0x05FF

Parameter 104

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41538

0x0601

Parameter 105

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41540

0x0603

Parameter 106

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41542

0x0605

Parameter 107

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

41544

0x0607

Parameter 108

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41546

0x0609

Parameter 109

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41548

0x060B

Parameter 110

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41550

0x060D

Parameter 111

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41552

0x060F

Parameter 112

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41554

0x0611

Parameter 113

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41556

0x0613

Parameter 114

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41558

0x0615

Parameter 115

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41560

0x0617

Parameter 116

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41562

0x0619

Parameter 117

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41564

0x061B

Parameter 118

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41566

0x061D

Parameter 119

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41568

0x061F

Parameter 120

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41570

0x0621

Parameter 121

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41572

0x0623

Parameter 122

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41574

0x0625

Parameter 123

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41576

0x0627

Parameter 124

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41578

0x0629

Parameter 125

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41580

0x062B

Parameter 126

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41582

0x062D

Parameter 127

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41584

0x062F

Parameter 128

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41586

0x0631

Parameter 129

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41588

0x0633

Parameter 130

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41590

0x0635

Parameter 131

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41592

0x0637

Parameter 132

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41594

0x0639

Parameter 133

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41596

0x063B

Parameter 134

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41598

0x063D

Parameter 135

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41600

0x063F

Parameter 136

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41602

0x0641

Parameter 137

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41604

0x0643

Parameter 138

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41606

0x0645

Parameter 139

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41608

0x0647

Parameter 140

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41610

0x0649

Parameter 141

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41612

0x064B

Parameter 142

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41614

0x064D

Parameter 143

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41616

0x064F

Parameter 144

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41618

0x0651

Parameter 145

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41620

0x0653

Parameter 146

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41622

0x0655

Parameter 147

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41624

0x0657

Parameter 148

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41626

0x0659

Parameter 149

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41628

0x065B

Parameter 150

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41630

0x065D

Parameter 151

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41632

0x065F

Parameter 152

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

41634

0x0661

Parameter 153

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41636

0x0663

Parameter 154

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41638

0x0665

Parameter 155

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41640

0x0667

Parameter 156

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41642

0x0669

Parameter 157

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41644

0x066B

Parameter 158

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41646

0x066D

Parameter 159

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41648

0x066F

Parameter 160

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41650

0x0671

Parameter 161

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41652

0x0673

Parameter 162

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41654

0x0675

Parameter 163

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41656

0x0677

Parameter 164

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41658

0x0679

Parameter 165

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41660

0x067B

Parameter 166

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41662

0x067D

Parameter 167

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41664

0x067F

Parameter 168

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41666

0x0681

Parameter 169

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41668

0x0683

Parameter 170

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41670

0x0685

Parameter 171

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41672

0x0687

Parameter 172

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41674

0x0689

Parameter 173

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41676

0x068B

Parameter 174

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41678

0x068D

Parameter 175

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41680

0x068F

Parameter 176

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41682

0x0691

Parameter 177

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41684

0x0693

Parameter 178

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41686

0x0695

Parameter 179

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41688

0x0697

Parameter 180

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41690

0x0699

Parameter 181

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41692

0x069B

Parameter 182

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41694

0x069D

Parameter 183

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41696

0x069F

Parameter 184

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41698

0x06A1

Parameter 185

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41700

0x06A3

Parameter 186

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41702

0x06A5

Parameter 187

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41704

0x06A7

Parameter 188

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41706

0x06A9

Parameter 189

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41708

0x06AB

Parameter 190

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41710

0x06AD Parameter 191

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41712

0x06AF

Parameter 192

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41714

0x06B1

Parameter 193

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41716

0x06B3

Parameter 194

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41718

0x06B5

Parameter 195

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41720

0x06B7

Parameter 196

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41722

0x06B9

Parameter 197

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

41724

0x06BB

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

41726

0x06BD Parameter 199

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41728

0x06BF

Parameter 200

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41730

0x06C1

Parameter 201

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41732

0x06C3

Parameter 202

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41734

0x06C5

Parameter 203

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41736

0x06C7

Parameter 204

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41738

0x06C9

Parameter 205

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41740

0x06CB

Parameter 206

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41742

0x06CD Parameter 207

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41744

0x06CF

Parameter 208

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41746

0x06D1

Parameter 209

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41748

0x06D3

Parameter 210

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41750

0x06D5

Parameter 211

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41752

0x06D7

Parameter 212

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41754

0x06D9

Parameter 213

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41756

0x06DB Parameter 214

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41758

0x06DD Parameter 215

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41760

0x06DF

Parameter 216

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41762

0x06E1

Parameter 217

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41764

0x06E3

Parameter 218

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41766

0x06E5

Parameter 219

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41768

0x06E7

Parameter 220

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41770

0x06E9

Parameter 221

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41772

0x06EB

Parameter 222

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41774

0x06ED

Parameter 223

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41776

0x06EF

Parameter 224

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41778

0x06F1

Parameter 225

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41780

0x06F3

Parameter 226

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41782

0x06F5

Parameter 227

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41784

0x06F7

Parameter 228

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41786

0x06F9

Parameter 229

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41788

0x06FB

Parameter 230

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41790

0x06FD

Parameter 231

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41792

0x06FF

Parameter 232

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41794

0x0701

Parameter 233

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41796

0x0703

Parameter 234

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41798

0x0705

Parameter 235

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41800

0x0707

Parameter 236

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41802

0x0709

Parameter 237

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41804

0x070B

Parameter 238

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41806

0x070D

Parameter 239

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41808

0x070F

Parameter 240

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41810

0x0711

Parameter 241

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41812

0x0713

Parameter 242

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Parameter 198

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

41814

0x0715

Parameter 243

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41816

0x0717

Parameter 244

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41818

0x0719

Parameter 245

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41820

0x071B

Parameter 246

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41822

0x071D

Parameter 247

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41824

0x071F

Parameter 248

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41826

0x0721

Parameter 249

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41828

0x0723

Parameter 250

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41830

0x0725

Parameter 251

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41832

0x0727

Parameter 252

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41834

0x0729

Parameter 253

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41836

0x072B

Parameter 254

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41838

0x072D

Parameter 255

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41840

0x072F

Parameter 256

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

FlexElement 1
41860

0x0743

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41861

0x0744

Name

65535

F60_26

FlexEl 1

13

Y Y Y Y

41874

0x0751

Input 1 (+)

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

41875

0x0752

Input 2 (-)

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

41876

0x0753

Input Comparison Mode

FC378

Y Y Y Y

41877

0x0754

Operating Mode

FC379

Y Y Y Y

41878

0x0755

Operating Signal
Direction

FC275

Y Y Y Y

41879

0x0756

Pickup

-30000

30000

p.u.

F23

1000

Y Y Y Y

41880

0x0757

Hysteresis

500

F1

30

Y Y Y Y

41881

0x0758

Rate of Change Time Unit 0


(dt)

FC141

Y Y Y Y

41882

0x0759

Rate of Change Time

40

65535

F0

40

Y Y Y Y

41883

0x075A

Pickup Delay

6000000

F13

Y Y Y Y

41885

0x075C

Dropout Delay

6000000

F13

Y Y Y Y

41887

0x075E

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41889

0x0760

Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198

Y Y Y Y

41891

0x0762

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41892

0x0763

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

FlexElement 2
41899

0x076A

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41900

0x076B

Name

65535

F60_26

FlexEl 2

13

Y Y Y Y

41913

0x0778

Input 1 (+)

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

41914

0x0779

Input 2 (-)

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

41915

0x077A

Input Comparison Mode

FC378

Y Y Y Y

41916

0x077B

Operating Mode

FC379

Y Y Y Y

41917

0x077C

Operating Signal
Direction

FC275

Y Y Y Y

41918

0x077D

Pickup

-30000

30000

p.u.

F23

1000

Y Y Y Y

41919

0x077E

Hysteresis

500

F1

30

Y Y Y Y

41920

0x077F

Rate of Change Time Unit 0


(dt)

FC141

Y Y Y Y

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MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

41921

40

65535

F0

40

0x0780

Rate of Change Time

Y Y Y Y

41922

0x0781

Pickup Delay

6000000

F13

Y Y Y Y

41924

0x0783

Dropout Delay

6000000

F13

Y Y Y Y

41926

0x0785

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41928

0x0787

Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198

Y Y Y Y

41930

0x0789

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41931

0x078A

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

FlexElement 3
41938

0x0791

41939

0x0792

Name

65535

F60_26

FlexEl 3

13

Y Y Y Y

41952

0x079F

Input 1 (+)

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

41953

0x07A0

Input 2 (-)

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

41954

0x07A1

Input Comparison Mode

FC378

Y Y Y Y

41955

0x07A2

Operating Mode

FC379

Y Y Y Y

41956

0x07A3

Operating Signal
Direction

FC275

Y Y Y Y

41957

0x07A4

Pickup

-30000

30000

p.u.

F23

1000

Y Y Y Y

41958

0x07A5

Hysteresis

500

F1

30

Y Y Y Y

41959

0x07A6

Rate of Change Time Unit 0


(dt)

FC141

Y Y Y Y

41960

0x07A7

Rate of Change Time

65535

F0

40

Y Y Y Y

41961

0x07A8

Pickup Delay

6000000

F13

Y Y Y Y

41963

0x07AA

Dropout Delay

6000000

F13

Y Y Y Y

41965

0x07AC

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

41967

0x07AE

Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198

Y Y Y Y

41969

0x07B0

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41970

0x07B1

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

40

FlexElement 4
41977

0x07B8

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

41978

0x07B9

Name

65535

F60_26

FlexEl 4

13

Y Y Y Y

41991

0x07C6

Input 1 (+)

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

41992

0x07C7

Input 2 (-)

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

41993

0x07C8

Input Comparison Mode

FC378

Y Y Y Y

41994

0x07C9

Operating Mode

FC379

Y Y Y Y

41995

0x07CA

Operating Signal
Direction

FC275

Y Y Y Y

41996

0x07CB

Pickup

-30000

30000

p.u.

F23

1000

Y Y Y Y

41997

0x07CC

Hysteresis

500

F1

30

Y Y Y Y

41998

0x07CD Rate of Change Time Unit 0


(dt)

FC141

Y Y Y Y

41999

0x07CE

65535

F0

40

Y Y Y Y

42000

0x07CF

Pickup Delay

6000000

F13

Y Y Y Y

42002

0x07D1

Dropout Delay

6000000

F13

Y Y Y Y

42004

0x07D3

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

42006

0x07D5

Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198

Y Y Y Y

42008

0x07D7

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

42009

0x07D8

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

Rate of Change Time

40

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

CHAPTER 11: MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

FlexElement 5
42016

0x07DF

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

42017

0x07E0

Name

65535

F60_26

FlexEl 5

13

Y Y Y Y

42030

0x07ED

Input 1 (+)

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

42031

0x07EE

Input 2 (-)

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

42032

0x07EF

Input Comparison Mode

FC378

Y Y Y Y

42033

0x07F0

Operating Mode

FC379

Y Y Y Y

42034

0x07F1

Operating Signal
Direction

FC275

Y Y Y Y

42035

0x07F2

Pickup

-30000

30000

p.u.

F23

1000

Y Y Y Y

42036

0x07F3

Hysteresis

500

42037

0x07F4

Rate of Change Time Unit 0


(dt)

F1

30

Y Y Y Y

FC141

Y Y Y Y

42038

0x07F5

Rate of Change Time

40

65535

F0

40

Y Y Y Y

42039

0x07F6

Pickup Delay

6000000

F13

Y Y Y Y

42041

0x07F8

Dropout Delay

6000000

F13

Y Y Y Y

42043

0x07FA

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

42045

0x07FC

Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198

Y Y Y Y

42047

0x07FE

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

42048

0x07FF

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

FlexElement 6
42055

0x0806

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

42056

0x0807

Name

65535

F60_26

FlexEl 6

13

Y Y Y Y

42069

0x0814

Input 1 (+)

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

42070

0x0815

Input 2 (-)

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

42071

0x0816

Input Comparison Mode

FC378

Y Y Y Y

42072

0x0817

Operating Mode

FC379

Y Y Y Y

42073

0x0818

Operating Signal
Direction

FC275

Y Y Y Y

42074

0x0819

Pickup

-30000

30000

p.u.

F23

1000

Y Y Y Y

42075

0x081A

Hysteresis

500

42076

0x081B

Rate of Change Time Unit 0


(dt)

42077

0x081C

Rate of Change Time

40

65535

42078

0x081D

Pickup Delay

6000000

42080

0x081F

Dropout Delay

6000000

F1

30

Y Y Y Y

FC141

Y Y Y Y

F0

40

Y Y Y Y

F13

Y Y Y Y

F13

Y Y Y Y

42082

0x0821

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

42084

0x0823

Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198

Y Y Y Y

42086

0x0825

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

42087

0x0826

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

FlexElement 7
42094

0x082D

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

42095

0x082E

Name

65535

F60_26

FlexEl 7

13

Y Y Y Y

42108

0x083B

Input 1 (+)

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

42109

0x083C

Input 2 (-)

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

42110

0x083D

Input Comparison Mode

FC378

Y Y Y Y

42111

0x083E

Operating Mode

FC379

Y Y Y Y

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MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

42112

0x083F

Operating Signal
Direction

FC275

Y Y Y Y

42113

0x0840

Pickup

-30000

30000

p.u.

F23

1000

Y Y Y Y

42114

0x0841

Hysteresis

500

F1

30

Y Y Y Y

42115

0x0842

Rate of Change Time Unit 0


(dt)

FC141

Y Y Y Y

F0

40

Y Y Y Y

F13

Y Y Y Y

42116

0x0843

Rate of Change Time

40

65535

42117

0x0844

Pickup Delay

6000000

s
s

42119

0x0846

Dropout Delay

6000000

F13

Y Y Y Y

42121

0x0848

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

42123

0x084A

Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198

Y Y Y Y

42125

0x084C

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

42126

0x084D

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

FlexElement 8
42133

0x0854

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

42134

0x0855

Name

65535

F60_26

FlexEl 8

13

Y Y Y Y

42147

0x0862

Input 1 (+)

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

42148

0x0863

Input 2 (-)

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

42149

0x0864

Input Comparison Mode

FC378

Y Y Y Y

42150

0x0865

Operating Mode

FC379

Y Y Y Y

42151

0x0866

Operating Signal
Direction

FC275

Y Y Y Y

42152

0x0867

Pickup

-30000

30000

p.u.

F23

1000

Y Y Y Y

42153

0x0868

Hysteresis

500

F1

30

Y Y Y Y

42154

0x0869

Rate of Change Time Unit 0


(dt)

FC141

Y Y Y Y

F0

40

Y Y Y Y

F13

Y Y Y Y

42155

0x086A

Rate of Change Time

40

65535

42156

0x086B

Pickup Delay

6000000

s
s

42158

0x086D

Dropout Delay

6000000

F13

Y Y Y Y

42160

0x086F

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

42162

0x0871

Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198

Y Y Y Y

42164

0x0873

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

42165

0x0874

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

Contact Input Voltage Threshold


42560

0x09FF

Voltage Threshold / Slot F 0

FC123

Y Y Y Y

42561

0x0A00

Voltage Threshold / Slot G 0

FC123

Y Y Y Y

65535

F60_26

CI 1

13

Y Y Y Y

Contact Input 1
42580

0x0A13

Name

42593

0x0A20

Debounce Time

160

42594

0x0A21

Events

ms

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Contact Input 2
42595

0x0A22

Name

65535

42608

0x0A2F

Debounce Time

160

F60_26

CI 2

13

F1

100

42609

0x0A30

Events

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

F60_26

CI 3

13

Y Y Y Y

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

ms

Contact Input 3
42610

0x0A31

Name

65535

42623

0x0A3E

Debounce Time

160

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

42624

FC126

Y Y Y Y

0x0A3F

Events

Contact Input 4
42625

0x0A40

Name

65535

42638

0x0A4D Debounce Time

160

42639

0x0A4E

Events

ms

F60_26

CI 4

13

Y Y Y Y

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Contact Input 5
42640

0x0A4F

Name

65535

42653

0x0A5C

Debounce Time

160

42654

0x0A5D Events

ms

F60_26

CI 5

13

Y Y Y Y

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Contact Input 6
42655

0x0A5E

Name

65535

42668

0x0A6B

Debounce Time

160

42669

0x0A6C

Events

ms

F60_26

CI 6

13

Y Y Y Y

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Contact Input 7
42670

0x0A6D Name

65535

42683

0x0A7A

Debounce Time

160

42684

0x0A7B

Events

ms

F60_26

CI 7

13

Y Y Y Y

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Contact Input 8
42685

0x0A7C

Name

65535

42698

0x0A89

Debounce Time

160

42699

0x0A8A

Events

ms

F60_26

CI 8

13

Y Y Y Y

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Contact Input 9
42700

0x0A8B

Name

65535

42713

0x0A98

Debounce Time

160

42714

0x0A99

Events

ms

F60_26

CI 9

13

Y Y Y Y

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Contact Input 10
42715

0x0A9A

Name

65535

42728

0x0AA7

Debounce Time

160

42729

0x0AA8

Events

ms

F60_26

CI 10

13

Y Y Y Y

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

F60_26

CI 11

13

Y Y Y Y

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Contact Input 11
42730

0x0AA9

Name

65535

42743

0x0AB6

Debounce Time

160

42744

0x0AB7

Events

ms

Contact Input 12
42745

0x0AB8

Name

65535

42758

0x0AC5

Debounce Time

160

42759

0x0AC6

Events

ms

F60_26

CI 12

13

Y Y Y Y

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Contact Input 13
42760

0x0AC7

Name

65535

42773

0x0AD4 Debounce Time

160

42774

0x0AD5 Events

ms

F60_26

CI 13

13

Y Y Y Y

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Contact Input 14
42775

0x0AD6 Name

65535

42788

0x0AE3

Debounce Time

160

42789

0x0AE4

Events

11-82

ms

F60_26

CI 14

13

Y Y Y Y

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

Contact Input 15
42790

0x0AE5

Name

65535

42803

0x0AF2

Debounce Time

160

F60_26

CI 15

13

Y Y Y Y

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

42804

0x0AF3

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

65535

F60_26

CI 16

13

Y Y Y Y

ms

Contact Input 16
42805

0x0AF4

Name

42818

0x0B01

Debounce Time

160

42819

0x0B02

Events

ms

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

F60_26

CI 17

13

Y Y Y Y

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

Contact Input 17
42820

0x0B03

Name

65535

42833

0x0B10

Debounce Time

160

42834

0x0B11

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

65535

F60_26

CI 18

13

Y Y Y Y

ms

Contact Input 18
42835

0x0B12

Name

42848

0x0B1F

Debounce Time

160

42849

0x0B20

Events

ms

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

F60_26

CI 19

13

Y Y Y Y

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

Contact Input 19
42850

0x0B21

Name

65535

42863

0x0B2E

Debounce Time

160

42864

0x0B2F

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Name

65535

F60_26

CI 20

13

Y Y Y Y

ms

Contact Input 20
42865

0x0B30

42878

0x0B3D Debounce Time

160

42879

0x0B3E

Events

ms

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

F60_26

CI 21

13

Y Y Y Y

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

Contact Input 21
42880

0x0B3F

Name

65535

42893

0x0B4C

Debounce Time

160

42894

0x0B4D Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

65535

F60_26

CI 22

13

Y Y Y Y

ms

Contact Input 22
42895

0x0B4E

Name

42908

0x0B5B

Debounce Time

160

42909

0x0B5C

Events

42910

0x0B5D Name

65535

42923

0x0B6A

Debounce Time

160

42924

0x0B6B

Events

65535

ms

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

F60_26

CI 23

13

Y Y Y Y

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

F60_26

CI 24

13

Y Y Y Y

Contact Input 23
ms

Contact Input 24
42925

0x0B6C

Name

42938

0x0B79

Debounce Time

160

42939

0x0B7A

Events

ms

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

F60_26

CI 25

13

Y Y Y Y

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Contact Input 25
42940

0x0B7B

Name

65535

42953

0x0B88

Debounce Time

160

42954

0x0B89

Events

ms

Contact Input 26

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

42955

0x0B8A

Name

65535

F60_26

CI 26

13

Y Y Y Y

42968

0x0B97

Debounce Time

160

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

42969

0x0B98

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

ms

Contact Input 27
42970

0x0B99

Name

65535

42983

0x0BA6

Debounce Time

160

F60_26

CI 27

13

Y Y Y Y

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

42984

0x0BA7

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

F60_26

CI 28

13

Y Y Y Y

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

ms

Contact Input 28
42985

0x0BA8

Name

65535

42998

0x0BB5

Debounce Time

160

42999

0x0BB6

Events

ms

Contact Input 29
43000

0x0BB7

Name

65535

43013

0x0BC4

Debounce Time

160

F60_26

CI 29

13

Y Y Y Y

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

43014

0x0BC5

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Name

65535

F60_26

CI 30

13

Y Y Y Y

ms

Contact Input 30
43015

0x0BC6

43028

0x0BD3 Debounce Time

160

43029

0x0BD4 Events

ms

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Contact Input 31
43030

0x0BD5 Name

65535

43043

0x0BE2

Debounce Time

160

F60_26

CI 31

13

Y Y Y Y

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

43044

0x0BE3

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

F60_26

CI 32

13

Y Y Y Y

ms

Contact Input 32
43045

0x0BE4

Name

65535

43058

0x0BF1

Debounce Time

160

F1

100

Y Y Y Y

43059

0x0BF2

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

ms

Virtual Input 1
43130

0x0C39

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

43131

0x0C3A

Name

65535

F60_26

VI 1

13

Y Y Y Y

43144

0x0C47

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43145

0x0C48

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 2
43146

0x0C49

Function

FC126

43147

0x0C4A

Name

65535

F60_26

VI 2

13

Y Y Y Y

43160

0x0C57

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43161

0x0C58

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 3
43162

0x0C59

Function

FC126

43163

0x0C5A

Name

65535

F60_26

VI 3

13

Y Y Y Y

43176

0x0C67

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43177

0x0C68

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 4
43178

0x0C69

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

43179

0x0C6A

Name

65535

F60_26

VI 4

13

Y Y Y Y

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MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

43192

0x0C77

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43193

0x0C78

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 5
43194

0x0C79

43195

0x0C7A

Name

65535

F60_26

VI 5

13

Y Y Y Y

43208

0x0C87

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43209

0x0C88

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 6
43210

0x0C89

43211

0x0C8A

Name

65535

F60_26

VI 6

13

Y Y Y Y

43224

0x0C97

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43225

0x0C98

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 7
43226

0x0C99

43227

0x0C9A

Name

65535

F60_26

VI 7

13

Y Y Y Y

43240

0x0CA7

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43241

0x0CA8

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

65535

F60_26

VI 8

13

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 8
43242

0x0CA9

43243

0x0CAA Name

Function

43256

0x0CB7

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43257

0x0CB8

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

65535

F60_26

VI 9

13

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 9
43258

0x0CB9

43259

0x0CBA Name

43272

0x0CC7

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43273

0x0CC8

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

65535

F60_26

VI 10

13

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 10
43274

0x0CC9

43275

0x0CCA Name

43288

0x0CD7 Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43289

0x0CD8 Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 11
43290

0x0CD9 Function

FC126

43291

0x0CDA Name

65535

F60_26

VI 11

13

Y Y Y Y

43304

0x0CE7

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43305

0x0CE8

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 12
43306

0x0CE9

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

43307

0x0CEA

Name

65535

F60_26

VI 12

13

Y Y Y Y

43320

0x0CF7

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43321

0x0CF8

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 13
43322

0x0CF9

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

43323

0x0CFA

Name

65535

F60_26

VI 13

13

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

43336

0x0D07

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43337

0x0D08

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 14
43338

0x0D09

43339

0x0D0A Name

65535

F60_26

VI 14

13

Y Y Y Y

43352

0x0D17

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43353

0x0D18

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 15
43354

0x0D19

43355

0x0D1A Name

65535

F60_26

VI 15

13

Y Y Y Y

43368

0x0D27

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43369

0x0D28

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 16
43370

0x0D29

43371

0x0D2A Name

65535

F60_26

VI 16

13

Y Y Y Y

43384

0x0D37

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43385

0x0D38

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Function

Virtual Input 17
43386

0x0D39

FC126

Y Y Y Y

43387

0x0D3A Name

65535

F60_26

VI 17

13

Y Y Y Y

43400

0x0D47

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43401

0x0D48

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Function

Virtual Input 18
43402

0x0D49

FC126

Y Y Y Y

43403

0x0D4A Name

65535

F60_26

VI 18

13

Y Y Y Y

43416

0x0D57

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43417

0x0D58

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Function

Virtual Input 19
43418

0x0D59

FC126

Y Y Y Y

43419

0x0D5A Name

65535

F60_26

VI 19

13

Y Y Y Y

43432

0x0D67

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43433

0x0D68

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Function

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 20
43434

0x0D69

FC126

43435

0x0D6A Name

65535

F60_26

VI 20

13

Y Y Y Y

43448

0x0D77

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43449

0x0D78

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Function

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 21
43450

0x0D79

FC126

43451

0x0D7A Name

65535

F60_26

VI 21

13

Y Y Y Y

43464

0x0D87

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43465

0x0D88

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

65535

F60_26

VI 22

13

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 22
43466

0x0D89

43467

0x0D8A Name

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

43480

0x0D97

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43481

0x0D98

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 23
43482

0x0D99

43483

0x0D9A Name

65535

F60_26

VI 23

13

Y Y Y Y

43496

0x0DA7 Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43497

0x0DA8 Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 24
43498

0x0DA9 Function

43499

0x0DAA Name

65535

F60_26

VI 24

13

Y Y Y Y

43512

0x0DB7 Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43513

0x0DB8 Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

0x0DB9 Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

43515

0x0DBA Name

65535

F60_26

VI 25

13

Y Y Y Y

43528

0x0DC7 Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43529

0x0DC8 Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 25
43514

Virtual Input 26
43530

0x0DC9 Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

43531

0x0DCA Name

65535

F60_26

VI 26

13

Y Y Y Y

43544

0x0DD7 Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43545

0x0DD8 Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 27
43546

0x0DD9 Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

43547

0x0DDA Name

65535

F60_26

VI 27

13

Y Y Y Y

43560

0x0DE7

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43561

0x0DE8

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Function

Virtual Input 28
43562

0x0DE9

FC126

Y Y Y Y

43563

0x0DEA Name

65535

F60_26

VI 28

13

Y Y Y Y

43576

0x0DF7

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43577

0x0DF8

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 29
43578

0x0DF9

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

43579

0x0DFA

Name

65535

F60_26

VI 29

13

Y Y Y Y

43592

0x0E07

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43593

0x0E08

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 30
43594

0x0E09

Function

FC126

43595

0x0E0A

Name

65535

F60_26

VI 30

13

Y Y Y Y

43608

0x0E17

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43609

0x0E18

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 31
43610

0x0E19

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

43611

0x0E1A

Name

65535

F60_26

VI 31

13

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

43624

0x0E27

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43625

0x0E28

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Input 32
43626

0x0E29

43627

0x0E2A

Name

65535

F60_26

VI 32

13

Y Y Y Y

43640

0x0E37

Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

43641

0x0E38

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 1
45190

0x1445

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45191

0x1446

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 1

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 2
45204

0x1453

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45205

0x1454

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 2

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 3
45218

0x1461

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45219

0x1462

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 3

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 4
45232

0x146F

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45233

0x1470

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 4

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 5
45246

0x147D

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45247

0x147E

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 5

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 6
45260

0x148B

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45261

0x148C

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 6

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 7
45274

0x1499

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45275

0x149A

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 7

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 8
45288

0x14A7

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45289

0x14A8

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 8

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 9
45302

0x14B5

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45303

0x14B6

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 9

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 10
45316

0x14C3

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45317

0x14C4

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 10

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 11
45330

0x14D1

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45331

0x14D2

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 11

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 12
45344

0x14DF

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45345

0x14E0

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 12

13

Y Y Y Y

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 13
45358

11-88

0x14ED

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

45359

65535

F60_26

RI 13

13

Y Y Y Y

0x14EE

Name

Remote Input 14
45372

0x14FB

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45373

0x14FC

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 14

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 15
45386

0x1509

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45387

0x150A

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 15

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 16
45400

0x1517

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45401

0x1518

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 16

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 17
45414

0x1525

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45415

0x1526

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 17

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 18
45428

0x1533

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45429

0x1534

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 18

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 19
45442

0x1541

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45443

0x1542

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 19

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 20
45456

0x154F

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45457

0x1550

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 20

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 21
45470

0x155D

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45471

0x155E

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 21

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 22
45484

0x156B

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45485

0x156C

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 22

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 23
45498

0x1579

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45499

0x157A

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 23

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 24
45512

0x1587

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45513

0x1588

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 24

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 25
45526

0x1595

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45527

0x1596

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 25

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 26
45540

0x15A3

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45541

0x15A4

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 26

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 27
45554

0x15B1

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45555

0x15B2

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 27

13

Y Y Y Y

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 28
45568

0x15BF

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

45569

65535

F60_26

RI 28

13

Y Y Y Y

0x15C0

Name

Remote Input 29
45582

0x15CD Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45583

0x15CE

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 29

13

Y Y Y Y

45596

0x15DB Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45597

0x15DC Name

65535

F60_26

RI 30

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 30

Remote Input 31
45610

0x15E9

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45611

0x15EA

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 31

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Input 32
45624

0x15F7

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

45625

0x15F8

Name

65535

F60_26

RI 32

13

Y Y Y Y

Output Relay 1
47000

0x1B57

Name

65535

F60_26

Trip

13

Y Y Y Y

47013

0x1B64

Operate

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

47016

0x1B67

Seal-In Time

999

F2

10

Y Y Y Y

47017

0x1B68

Type

FC278

Y Y Y Y

47018

0x1B69

Operation

FC208

Y Y Y Y

47019

0x1B6A

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

47020

0x1B6B

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Output Relay 2
47022

0x1B6D Name

65535

F60_26

Close

13

Y Y Y Y

47035

0x1B7A

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

47038

0x1B7D Seal-In Time

999

F2

10

Y Y Y Y

47039

0x1B7E

Type

FC278

Y Y Y Y

47040

0x1B7F

Operation

FC208

Y Y Y Y

47041

0x1B80

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

47042

0x1B81

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

F60_26

Aux Relay 13
3

Y Y Y Y

FC142

Y Y Y Y

F2

10

Y Y Y Y

Operate

Output Relay 3
47044

0x1B83

Aux Relay 3 Name

65535

47057

0x1B90

Operate

0xFFFFFFFF

47060

0x1B93

Seal-In Time

999

47061

0x1B94

Type

FC278

Y Y Y Y

47062

0x1B95

Operation

FC208

Y Y Y Y

47063

0x1B96

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

47064

0x1B97

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Output Relay 4
47066

0x1B99

Aux Relay 4 Name

65535

F60_26

Aux Relay 13
4

Y Y Y Y

47079

0x1BA6

Operate

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

47082

0x1BA9

Seal-In Time

999

F2

10

Y Y Y Y

47083

0x1BAA Type

FC278

Y Y Y Y

47084

0x1BAB Operation

FC208

Y Y Y Y

47085

0x1BAC Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

47086

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

65535

F60_26

Aux Relay 13
5

Y Y Y Y

FC142

Y Y Y Y

F2

10

Y Y Y Y

FC278

Y Y Y Y

0x1BAD Block

Y Y Y Y

Output Relay 5
47088

0x1BAF

Aux Relay 5 Name

47101

0x1BBC Operate

0xFFFFFFFF

47104

0x1BBF

Seal-In Time

999

47105

0x1BC0

Type

47106

0x1BC1

Operation

FC208

Y Y Y Y

47107

0x1BC2

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

47108

0x1BC3

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Aux Relay 6 Name

65535

F60_26

Aux Relay 13
6

Y Y Y Y

FC142

Y Y Y Y

F2

10

Y Y Y Y

FC278

Y Y Y Y

Output Relay 6
47110

0x1BC5

47123

0x1BD2 Operate

0xFFFFFFFF

47126

0x1BD5 Seal-In Time

999

47127

0x1BD6 Type

47128

0x1BD7 Operation

FC208

Y Y Y Y

47129

0x1BD8 Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

47130

0x1BD9 Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

F60_26

Aux Relay 13
7

Y Y Y Y

FC142

Y Y Y Y

F2

10

Y Y Y Y

Output Relay 7
47132

0x1BDB Aux Relay 7 Name

65535

47145

0x1BE8

Operate

0xFFFFFFFF

47148

0x1BEB

Seal-In Time

999

47149

0x1BEC

Type

FC278

Y Y Y Y

47150

0x1BED Operation

FC208

Y Y Y Y

47151

0x1BEE

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

47152

0x1BEF

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

F60_26

Critical Fail 13

Y Y Y Y

FC142

0x803202 2

Y Y Y Y

F2

10

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Output Relay 8 (Critical Fail)


47154

0x1BF1

CF Relay Name

65535

47167

0x1BFE

Operate

0xFFFFFFFF

47170

0x1C01

Seal-In Time

999

47171

0x1C02

Type

FC278

47172

0x1C03

Operation

FC208

Y Y Y Y

47173

0x1C04

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

47174

0x1C05

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

F60_26

Aux Relay 13
9

Y Y Y Y

FC142

Y Y Y Y

F2

10

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Output Relay 9
47176

0x1C07

Aux Relay 9 Name

65535

47189

0x1C14

Operate

0xFFFFFFFF

47192

0x1C17

Seal-In Time

999

47193

0x1C18

Type

FC278

47194

0x1C19

Operation

FC208

Y Y Y Y

47195

0x1C1A

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

47196

0x1C1B

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Output Relay 10

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

47198

0x1C1D Aux Relay 10 Name

65535

F60_26

Aux Relay 13
10

Y Y Y Y

47211

0x1C2A

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

47214

0x1C2D Seal-In Time

999

F2

10

Y Y Y Y

47215

0x1C2E

Type

FC278

Y Y Y Y

47216

0x1C2F

Operation

FC208

Y Y Y Y

47217

0x1C30

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

47218

0x1C31

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

F60_26

Aux Relay 13
11

Y Y Y Y

FC142

Y Y Y Y

F2

10

Y Y Y Y

Operate

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

Output Relay 11
47220

0x1C33

Aux Relay 11 Name

65535

47233

0x1C40

Operate

0xFFFFFFFF

47236

0x1C43

Seal-In Time

999

47237

0x1C44

Type

FC278

Y Y Y Y

47238

0x1C45

Operation

FC208

Y Y Y Y

47239

0x1C46

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

47240

0x1C47

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

F60_26

Aux Relay 13
12

Y Y Y Y

FC142

Y Y Y Y

F2

10

Y Y Y Y

Output Relay 12
47242

0x1C49

Aux Relay 12 Name

65535

47255

0x1C56

Operate

0xFFFFFFFF

47258

0x1C59

Seal-In Time

999

47259

0x1C5A

Type

FC278

Y Y Y Y

47260

0x1C5B

Operation

FC208

Y Y Y Y

47261

0x1C5C

Events

47262

0x1C5D Block

FC126

Y Y Y Y

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Output Relay 13
47264

0x1C5F

Aux Relay 13 Name

65535

F60_26

Aux Relay 13
13

Y Y Y Y

47277

0x1C6C

Operate

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

47280

0x1C6F

Seal-In Time

999

F2

10

Y Y Y Y

47281

0x1C70

Type

FC278

Y Y Y Y

47282

0x1C71

Operation

FC208

Y Y Y Y

47283

0x1C72

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

47284

0x1C73

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Output Relay 14
47286

0x1C75

Aux Relay 14 Name

65535

F60_26

Aux Relay 13
14

Y Y Y Y

47299

0x1C82

Operate

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

47302

0x1C85

Seal-In Time

999

F2

10

Y Y Y Y

47303

0x1C86

Type

FC278

Y Y Y Y

47304

0x1C87

Operation

FC208

Y Y Y Y

47305

0x1C88

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

47306

0x1C89

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Aux Relay 15 Name

65535

F60_26

Aux Relay 13
15

Output Relay 15
47308

11-92

0x1C8B

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

47321

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

0x1C98

Operate

Y Y Y Y

47324

0x1C9B

Seal-In Time

999

F2

10

Y Y Y Y

47325

0x1C9C

Type

FC278

Y Y Y Y

47326

0x1C9D Operation

FC208

Y Y Y Y

47327

0x1C9E

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

47328

0x1C9F

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Output Relay 16
47330

0x1CA1

Aux Relay 16 Name

65535

F60_26

Aux Relay 13
16

Y Y Y Y

47343

0x1CAE

Operate

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

47346

0x1CB1

Seal-In Time

999

47347

0x1CB2

Type

F2

10

Y Y Y Y

FC278

Y Y Y Y

47348

0x1CB3

Operation

FC208

Y Y Y Y

47349

0x1CB4

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

47350

0x1CB5

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 1
47720

0x1E27

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 1

13

Y Y Y Y

47733

0x1E34

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 2
47734

0x1E35

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 2

13

Y Y Y Y

47747

0x1E42

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 3
47748

0x1E43

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 3

13

Y Y Y Y

47761

0x1E50

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 4
47762

0x1E51

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 4

13

Y Y Y Y

47775

0x1E5E

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 5
47776

0x1E5F

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 5

13

Y Y Y Y

47789

0x1E6C

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 6
47790

0x1E6D

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 6

13

Y Y Y Y

47803

0x1E7A

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 7
47804

0x1E7B

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 7

13

Y Y Y Y

47817

0x1E88

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 8
47818

0x1E89

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 8

13

Y Y Y Y

47831

0x1E96

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 9
47832

0x1E97

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 9

13

Y Y Y Y

47845

0x1EA4

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 10
47846

0x1EA5

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 10

13

Y Y Y Y

47859

0x1EB2

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 11

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

47860

0x1EB3

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 11

13

Y Y Y Y

47873

0x1EC0

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 12
47874

0x1EC1

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 12

13

Y Y Y Y

47887

0x1ECE

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 13
47888

0x1ECF

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 13

13

Y Y Y Y

47901

0x1EDC Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 14
47902

0x1EDD Name

65535

F60_26

VO 14

13

Y Y Y Y

47915

0x1EEA

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 15
47916

0x1EEB

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 15

13

Y Y Y Y

47929

0x1EF8

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 16
47930

0x1EF9

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 16

13

Y Y Y Y

47943

0x1F06

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 17
47944

0x1F07

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 17

13

Y Y Y Y

47957

0x1F14

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 18
47958

0x1F15

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 18

13

Y Y Y Y

47971

0x1F22

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 19
47972

0x1F23

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 19

13

Y Y Y Y

47985

0x1F30

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 20
47986

0x1F31

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 20

13

Y Y Y Y

47999

0x1F3E

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 21
48000

0x1F3F

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 21

13

Y Y Y Y

48013

0x1F4C

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 22
48014

0x1F4D

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 22

13

Y Y Y Y

48027

0x1F5A

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 23
48028

0x1F5B

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 23

13

Y Y Y Y

48041

0x1F68

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 24
48042

0x1F69

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 24

13

Y Y Y Y

48055

0x1F76

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 25
48056

0x1F77

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 25

13

Y Y Y Y

48069

0x1F84

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 26

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

48070

0x1F85

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 26

13

Y Y Y Y

48083

0x1F92

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 27
48084

0x1F93

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 27

13

Y Y Y Y

48097

0x1FA0

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 28
48098

0x1FA1

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 28

13

Y Y Y Y

48111

0x1FAE

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 29
48112

0x1FAF

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 29

13

Y Y Y Y

48125

0x1FBC

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 30
48126

0x1FBD

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 30

13

Y Y Y Y

48139

0x1FCA

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 31
48140

0x1FCB

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 31

13

Y Y Y Y

48153

0x1FD8

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Virtual Output 32
48154

0x1FD9

Name

65535

F60_26

VO 32

13

Y Y Y Y

48167

0x1FE6

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input 1
49520

0x252F

Function

FC386

Y Y Y Y

49521

0x2530

Name

65535

F60_26

AnIp 1

13

Y Y Y Y

49534

0x253D

Unit

65535

F60_6

units

Y Y Y Y

49537

0x2540

Range

FC274

Y Y Y Y

49538

0x2541

Min Value

-500000

500000

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
49534

Y Y Y Y

49540

0x2543

Max Value

-500000

500000

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
49534

Y Y Y Y

49542

0x2545

Trip Function

FC100D 0

Y Y Y Y

49543

0x2546

Trip Type

Y Y Y Y

49544

0x2547

Trip Pickup

-500000

500000

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
49534

20

Y Y Y Y

FC275

49546

0x2549

Trip Dropout Ratio

20

F0

Y Y Y Y

49547

0x254A

Trip Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

F0

49548

0x254B

Trip Dropout Delay

600

Y Y Y Y

49549

0x254C

Trip Output Relay

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198D 0

Y Y Y Y

49551

0x254E

Alarm Function

FC100E

Y Y Y Y

49552

0x254F

Alarm Type

FC275

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

49553

0x2550

Alarm Pickup

-500000

500000

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
49534

10

Y Y Y Y

49555

0x2552

Alarm Dropout Ratio

20

Y Y Y Y

49556

0x2553

Alarm Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

49557

0x2554

Alarm Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

49558

0x2555

Alarm Output Relay

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198C

Y Y Y Y

49560

0x2557

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

49562

0x2559

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

49563

0x255A

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

F0

Analog Input 2
49568

0x255F

Function

FC386

Y Y Y Y

49569

0x2560

Name

65535

F60_26

AnIp 2

13

Y Y Y Y

49582

0x256D

Unit

65535

F60_6

units

Y Y Y Y

49585

0x2570

Range

FC274

Y Y Y Y

49586

0x2571

Min Value

-500000

500000

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
49582

Y Y Y Y

49588

0x2573

Max Value

-500000

500000

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
49582

Y Y Y Y

49590

0x2575

Trip Function

FC100D 0

Y Y Y Y

49591

0x2576

Trip Type

49592

0x2577

Trip Pickup

-500000

500000

FC275
UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
49582

Y Y Y Y

20

Y Y Y Y

49594

0x2579

Trip Dropout Ratio

20

F0

Y Y Y Y

49595

0x257A

Trip Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

F0

49596

0x257B

Trip Dropout Delay

600

Y Y Y Y

49597

0x257C

Trip Output Relay

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198D 0

Y Y Y Y

49599

0x257E

Alarm Function

FC100E

Y Y Y Y

49600

0x257F

Alarm Type

FC275

Y Y Y Y

49601

0x2580

Alarm Pickup

-500000

500000

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
49582

10

Y Y Y Y

49603

0x2582

Alarm Dropout Ratio

20

Y Y Y Y

49604

0x2583

Alarm Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

49605

0x2584

Alarm Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

49606

0x2585

Alarm Output Relay

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198C

Y Y Y Y

49608

0x2587

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

49610

0x2589

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

49611

0x258A

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

F0

Analog Input 3

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

49616

0x258F

Function

FC386

Y Y Y Y

49617

0x2590

Name

65535

F60_26

AnIp 3

13

Y Y Y Y

49630

0x259D

Unit

65535

F60_6

units

Y Y Y Y

49633

0x25A0

Range

FC274

Y Y Y Y

49634

0x25A1

Min Value

-500000

500000

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
49630

Y Y Y Y

49636

0x25A3

Max Value

-500000

500000

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
49630

Y Y Y Y

49638

0x25A5

Trip Function

FC100D 0

Y Y Y Y

49639

0x25A6

Trip Type

FC275

Y Y Y Y

49640

0x25A7

Trip Pickup

-500000

500000

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
49630

20

Y Y Y Y

49642

0x25A9

Trip Dropout Ratio

20

F0

Y Y Y Y

49643

0x25AA

Trip Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

49644

0x25AB

Trip Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

49645

0x25AC

Trip Output Relay

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198D 0

Y Y Y Y

49647

0x25AE

Alarm Function

FC100E

Y Y Y Y

49648

0x25AF

Alarm Type

FC275

Y Y Y Y

49649

0x25B0

Alarm Pickup

-500000

500000

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
49630

10

Y Y Y Y

49651

0x25B2

Alarm Dropout Ratio

20

Y Y Y Y

49652

0x25B3

Alarm Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

49653

0x25B4

Alarm Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

49654

0x25B5

Alarm Output Relay

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198C

Y Y Y Y

49656

0x25B7

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

49658

0x25B9

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

49659

0x25BA

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

F0

Analog Input 4
49664

0x25BF

Function

FC386

Y Y Y Y

49665

0x25C0

Name

65535

F60_26

AnIp 4

13

Y Y Y Y

49678

0x25CD Unit

65535

F60_6

units

Y Y Y Y

49681

0x25D0

Range

FC274

Y Y Y Y

49682

0x25D1

Min Value

-500000

500000

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
49678

Y Y Y Y

49684

0x25D3

Max Value

-500000

500000

F30
UserDefined
@
Modbus
49678

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

49686

0x25D5

Trip Function

FC100D 0

49687

0x25D6

Trip Type

49688

0x25D7

Trip Pickup

-500000

500000

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
49678

49690

0x25D9

Trip Dropout Ratio

20

F0

Y Y Y Y

49691

0x25DA Trip Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

F0

FC275

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5
1

Y Y Y Y

Y Y Y Y

20

Y Y Y Y

49692

0x25DB Trip Dropout Delay

600

Y Y Y Y

49693

0x25DC Trip Output Relay

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198D 0

Y Y Y Y

49695

0x25DE

Alarm Function

FC100E

Y Y Y Y

49696

0x25DF

Alarm Type

Y Y Y Y

49697

0x25E0

Alarm Pickup

-500000

500000

UserF30
Defined
@
Modbus
49678

10

Y Y Y Y

FC275

49699

0x25E2

Alarm Dropout Ratio

20

F0

Y Y Y Y

49700

0x25E3

Alarm Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

49701

0x25E4

Alarm Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

49702

0x25E5

Alarm Output Relay

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198C

Y Y Y Y

49704

0x25E7

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

49706

0x25E9

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

49707

0x25EA

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

Analog Output 1
50118

0x2785

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

50119

0x2786

Range

FC274

Y Y Y Y

50120

0x2787

Parameter

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

50121

0x2788

Min Value

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

50123

0x278A

Max Value

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Analog Output 2
50129

0x2790

50130

0x2791

Range

FC274

Y Y Y Y

50131

0x2792

Parameter

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

50132

0x2793

Min Value

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

50134

0x2795

Max Value

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

Analog Output 3
50140

0x279B

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

50141

0x279C

Range

FC274

Y Y Y Y

50142

0x279D

Parameter

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

50143

0x279E

Min Value

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

50145

0x27A0

Max Value

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

Analog Output 4
50151

0x27A6

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

50152

0x27A7

Range

FC274

Y Y Y Y

50153

0x27A8

Parameter

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

50154

0x27A9

Min Value

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

50156

-2147483648 2147483647

0x27AB

Max Value

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

F30

Y Y Y Y

Analog Output 5
50162

0x27B1

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

50163

0x27B2

Range

FC274

Y Y Y Y

50164

0x27B3

Parameter

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

50165

0x27B4

Min Value

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

50167

0x27B6

Max Value

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Analog Output 6
50173

0x27BC

50174

0x27BD Range

FC274

50175

0x27BE

Parameter

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

50176

0x27BF

Min Value

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

50178

0x27C1

Max Value

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

Analog Output 7
50184

0x27C7

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

50185

0x27C8

Range

FC274

Y Y Y Y

50186

0x27C9

Parameter

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

50187

0x27CA

Min Value

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

50189

0x27CC

Max Value

-2147483648 2147483647

F30

Y Y Y Y

RTD 1 Input Setpoints


50220

0x27EB

Trip Function

FC100D 0

Y Y Y Y

50221

0x27EC

Name

65535

F60_26

RTD 1

13

Y Y Y Y

50234

0x27F9

Type

FC120

Y Y Y Y

50235

0x27FA

Application

FC121

Y Y

50236

0x27FB

Voting

18

FC122

Y Y

50237

0x27FC

Trip Temperature

250

?C

F0

155

Y Y Y Y

50238

0x27FD

Trip Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50239

0x27FE

Trip Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50240

0x27FF

Trip Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198D 0

Y Y Y Y

50242

0x2801

Alarm Function

FC100E

Y Y Y Y

50243

0x2802

Alarm Temperature

250

?C

F0

130

Y Y Y Y

50244

0x2803

Alarm Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50245

0x2804

Alarm Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

50246

0x2805

Alarm Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198C

50248

0x2807

Sensor Open

FC354

Y Y Y Y

50249

0x2808

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

50251

0x280A

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

50252

0x280B

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

RTD 2 Input Setpoints


50253

0x280C

Trip Function

FC100D 0

Y Y Y Y

50254

0x280D

Name

65535

F60_26

RTD 2

13

Y Y Y Y

50267

0x281A

Type

FC120

Y Y Y Y

50268

0x281B

Application

FC121

Y Y

50269

0x281C

Voting

18

FC122

Y Y

50270

0x281D

Trip Temperature

250

F0

155

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

50271

600

F0

F0

0x281E

Trip Pickup Delay

Y Y Y Y

50272

0x281F

Trip Dropout Delay

600

Y Y Y Y

50273

0x2820

Trip Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198D 0

Y Y Y Y

50275

0x2822

Alarm Function

FC100E

Y Y Y Y

50276

0x2823

Alarm Temperature

250

?C

F0

130

Y Y Y Y

50277

0x2824

Alarm Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50278

0x2825

Alarm Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50279

0x2826

Alarm Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198C

Y Y Y Y

50281

0x2828

Sensor Open

FC354

Y Y Y Y

50282

0x2829

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

50284

0x282B

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

50285

0x282C

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

RTD 3 Input Setpoints


50286

0x282D

Trip Function

FC100D 0

Y Y Y Y

50287

0x282E

Name

65535

F60_26

RTD 3

13

Y Y Y Y

50300

0x283B

Type

FC120

Y Y Y Y

50301

0x283C

Application

FC121

Y Y

50302

0x283D

Voting

18

FC122

Y Y

50303

0x283E

Trip Temperature

250

?C

F0

155

Y Y Y Y

50304

0x283F

Trip Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

F0

50305

0x2840

Trip Dropout Delay

600

50306

0x2841

Trip Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

50308

0x2843

Alarm Function

50309

0x2844

Alarm Temperature

250

?C

50310

0x2845

Alarm Pickup Delay

600

s
s

Y Y Y Y

FC198D 0

Y Y Y Y

FC100E

Y Y Y Y

F0

130

Y Y Y Y

F0

Y Y Y Y

50311

0x2846

Alarm Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50312

0x2847

Alarm Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198C

Y Y Y Y

50314

0x2849

Sensor Open

FC354

Y Y Y Y

50315

0x284A

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

50317

0x284C

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

50318

0x284D

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

RTD 4 Input Setpoints


50319

0x284E

Trip Function

FC100D 0

Y Y Y Y

50320

0x284F

Name

65535

F60_26

RTD 4

13

Y Y Y Y

50333

0x285C

Type

FC120

Y Y Y Y

50334

0x285D

Application

FC121

Y Y

50335

0x285E

Voting

18

FC122

Y Y

50336

0x285F

Trip Temperature

250

?C

F0

155

Y Y Y Y

50337

0x2860

Trip Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50338

0x2861

Trip Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50339

0x2862

Trip Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198D 0

Y Y Y Y

50341

0x2864

Alarm Function

FC100E

Y Y Y Y

50342

0x2865

Alarm Temperature

250

?C

F0

130

Y Y Y Y

50343

0x2866

Alarm Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50344

0x2867

Alarm Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

50345

Alarm Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198C

0x2868

Y Y Y Y

50347

0x286A

Sensor Open

FC354

Y Y Y Y

50348

0x286B

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

50350

0x286D

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

50351

0x286E

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

RTD 5 Input Setpoints


50352

0x286F

Trip Function

FC100D 0

Y Y Y Y

50353

0x2870

Name

65535

F60_26

RTD 5

13

Y Y Y Y

50366

0x287D

Type

FC120

Y Y Y Y

50367

0x287E

Application

FC121

Y Y

50368

0x287F

Voting

18

FC122

Y Y

50369

0x2880

Trip Temperature

250

F0

155

Y Y Y Y

50370

0x2881

Trip Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50371

0x2882

Trip Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50372

0x2883

Trip Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198D 0

Y Y Y Y

50374

0x2885

Alarm Function

FC100E

Y Y Y Y

50375

0x2886

Alarm Temperature

250

F0

130

Y Y Y Y

50376

0x2887

Alarm Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50377

0x2888

Alarm Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50378

0x2889

Alarm Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198C

Y Y Y Y

?C

?C

50380

0x288B

Sensor Open

FC354

Y Y Y Y

50381

0x288C

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

50383

0x288E

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

50384

0x288F

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

RTD 6 Input Setpoints


50385

0x2890

Trip Function

FC100D 0

Y Y Y Y

50386

0x2891

Name

65535

F60_26

RTD 6

13

Y Y Y Y

50399

0x289E

Type

FC120

Y Y Y Y

50400

0x289F

Application

FC121

Y Y

50401

0x28A0

Voting

18

FC122

Y Y

50402

0x28A1

Trip Temperature

250

?C

F0

155

Y Y Y Y

50403

0x28A2

Trip Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50404

0x28A3

Trip Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50405

0x28A4

Trip Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198D 0

Y Y Y Y

50407

0x28A6

Alarm Function

FC100E

Y Y Y Y

50408

0x28A7

Alarm Temperature

250

F0

130

Y Y Y Y

50409

0x28A8

Alarm Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50410

0x28A9

Alarm Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

?C

50411

0x28AA

Alarm Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198C

50413

0x28AC

Sensor Open

FC354

Y Y Y Y

50414

0x28AD Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

50416

0x28AF

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

50417

0x28B0

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

FC100D 0

Y Y Y Y

RTD 7 Input Setpoints


50418

0x28B1

Trip Function

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

50419

0x28B2

Name

65535

F60_26

RTD 7

13

Y Y Y Y

50432

0x28BF

Type

FC120

Y Y Y Y

50433

0x28C0

Application

FC121

Y Y

50434

0x28C1

Voting

18

FC122

Y Y

50435

0x28C2

Trip Temperature

250

?C

F0

155

Y Y Y Y

50436

0x28C3

Trip Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

F0

50437

0x28C4

Trip Dropout Delay

600

Y Y Y Y

50438

0x28C5

Trip Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198D 0

Y Y Y Y

50440

0x28C7

Alarm Function

FC100E

Y Y Y Y

50441

0x28C8

Alarm Temperature

250

?C

F0

130

Y Y Y Y

50442

0x28C9

Alarm Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50443

0x28CA

Alarm Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50444

0x28CB

Alarm Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198C

Y Y Y Y

50446

0x28CD Sensor Open

FC354

Y Y Y Y

50447

0x28CE

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

50449

0x28D0

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

50450

0x28D1

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

RTD 8 Input Setpoints


50451

0x28D2

Trip Function

FC100D 0

Y Y Y Y

50452

0x28D3

Name

65535

F60_26

13

Y Y Y Y

RTD 8

50465

0x28E0

Type

FC120

Y Y Y Y

50466

0x28E1

Application

FC121

Y Y

50467

0x28E2

Voting

18

FC122

Y Y

50468

0x28E3

Trip Temperature

250

?C

F0

155

Y Y Y Y

50469

0x28E4

Trip Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

F0

50470

0x28E5

Trip Dropout Delay

600

Y Y Y Y

50471

0x28E6

Trip Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198D 0

Y Y Y Y

50473

0x28E8

Alarm Function

FC100E

Y Y Y Y

50474

0x28E9

Alarm Temperature

250

?C

F0

130

Y Y Y Y

50475

0x28EA

Alarm Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50476

0x28EB

Alarm Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50477

0x28EC

Alarm Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198C

Y Y Y Y

50479

0x28EE

Sensor Open

FC354

Y Y Y Y

50480

0x28EF

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

50482

0x28F1

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

50483

0x28F2

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

FC100D 0

Y Y Y Y

RTD 9 Input Setpoints


50484

0x28F3

Trip Function

50485

0x28F4

Name

65535

F60_26

RTD 9

13

Y Y Y Y

50498

0x2901

Type

FC120

Y Y Y Y

50499

0x2902

Application

FC121

Y Y

50500

0x2903

Voting

18

FC122

Y Y

50501

0x2904

Trip Temperature

250

?C

F0

155

Y Y Y Y

50502

0x2905

Trip Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50503

0x2906

Trip Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

50504

0x2907

Trip Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198D 0

Y Y Y Y

50506

0x2909

Alarm Function

FC100E

Y Y Y Y

50507

0x290A

Alarm Temperature

250

?C

F0

130

Y Y Y Y

50508

0x290B

Alarm Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50509

0x290C

Alarm Dropout Delay

600

50510

0x290D

Alarm Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

F0

Y Y Y Y

FC198C

Y Y Y Y

50512

0x290F

Sensor Open

FC354

Y Y Y Y

50513

0x2910

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

50515

0x2912

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

50516

0x2913

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

RTD 10 Input Setpoints


50517

0x2914

Trip Function

FC100D 0

Y Y Y Y

50518

0x2915

Name

65535

F60_26

RTD 10

13

Y Y Y Y

50531

0x2922

Type

FC120

Y Y Y Y

50532

0x2923

Application

FC121

Y Y

50533

0x2924

Voting

18

FC122

Y Y

50534

0x2925

Trip Temperature

250

F0

155

Y Y Y Y

50535

0x2926

Trip Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50536

0x2927

Trip Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50537

0x2928

Trip Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198D 0

Y Y Y Y

50539

0x292A

Alarm Function

FC100E

Y Y Y Y

50540

0x292B

Alarm Temperature

250

F0

130

Y Y Y Y

50541

0x292C

Alarm Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50542

0x292D

Alarm Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50543

0x292E

Alarm Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198C

Y Y Y Y

?C

?C

50545

0x2930

Sensor Open

FC354

Y Y Y Y

50546

0x2931

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

50548

0x2933

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

50549

0x2934

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

RTD 11 Input Setpoints


50550

0x2935

Trip Function

FC100D 0

Y Y Y Y

50551

0x2936

Name

65535

F60_26

RTD 11

13

Y Y Y Y

50564

0x2943

Type

FC120

Y Y Y Y

50565

0x2944

Application

FC121

Y Y

50566

0x2945

Voting

18

FC122

Y Y

50567

0x2946

Trip Temperature

250

F0

155

Y Y Y Y

50568

0x2947

Trip Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50569

0x2948

Trip Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50570

0x2949

Trip Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198D 0

Y Y Y Y

50572

0x294B

Alarm Function

FC100E

Y Y Y Y

50573

0x294C

Alarm Temperature

250

F0

130

Y Y Y Y

50574

0x294D

Alarm Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50575

0x294E

Alarm Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50576

0x294F

Alarm Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198C

Y Y Y Y

50578

0x2951

Sensor Open

FC354

Y Y Y Y

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?C

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

50579

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

0x2952

Y Y Y Y

50581

0x2954

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

50582

0x2955

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

RTD 12 Input Setpoints


50583

0x2956

Trip Function

FC100D 0

Y Y Y Y

50584

0x2957

Name

65535

F60_26

RTD 12

13

Y Y Y Y

50597

0x2964

Type

FC120

Y Y Y Y

50598

0x2965

Application

FC121

Y Y

50599

0x2966

Voting

18

FC122

Y Y

50600

0x2967

Trip Temperature

250

?C

F0

155

Y Y Y Y

50601

0x2968

Trip Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50602

0x2969

Trip Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50603

0x296A

Trip Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198D 0

Y Y Y Y

50605

0x296C

Alarm Function

FC100E

Y Y Y Y

50606

0x296D

Alarm Temperature

250

?C

F0

130

Y Y Y Y

50607

0x296E

Alarm Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50608

0x296F

Alarm Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50609

0x2970

Alarm Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198C

Y Y Y Y

50611

0x2972

Sensor Open

FC354

Y Y Y Y

50612

0x2973

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

50614

0x2975

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

50615

0x2976

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

RTD 13 Input Setpoints


50616

0x2977

Trip Function

FC100D 0

Y Y Y Y

50617

0x2978

Name

65535

F60_26

RTD 13

13

Y Y Y Y

50630

0x2985

Type

FC120

Y Y Y Y

50631

0x2986

Application

FC121

Y Y

50632

0x2987

Voting

18

FC122

Y Y

50633

0x2988

Trip Temperature

250

?C

F0

155

Y Y Y Y

50634

0x2989

Trip Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

F0

50635

0x298A

Trip Dropout Delay

600

Y Y Y Y

50636

0x298B

Trip Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198D 0

Y Y Y Y

50638

0x298D

Alarm Function

FC100E

Y Y Y Y

50639

0x298E

Alarm Temperature

250

?C

F0

130

Y Y Y Y

50640

0x298F

Alarm Pickup Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50641

0x2990

Alarm Dropout Delay

600

F0

Y Y Y Y

50642

0x2991

Alarm Relays

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198C

Y Y Y Y

50644

0x2993

Sensor Open

FC354

Y Y Y Y

50645

0x2994

Block

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

50647

0x2996

Events

FC126

Y Y Y Y

50648

0x2997

Targets

FC101

Y Y Y Y

FC324

Y Y Y Y

65535

F60_80

Filename

40

Y Y Y Y

Modbus File Transfer Mode


52544

0x30FF

Transfer Mode

Modbus File Transfer


52545

11-104

0x3100

Name of File To Read

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

Modbus File Transfer Values


52801

0x3200

Char Position in Block

4294967295

F10

52803

0x3202

Data Block Size

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52804

0x3203

DataBlock 0

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52805

0x3204

DataBlock 1

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52806

0x3205

DataBlock 2

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52807

0x3206

DataBlock 3

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52808

0x3207

DataBlock 4

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52809

0x3208

DataBlock 5

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52810

0x3209

DataBlock 6

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52811

0x320A

DataBlock 7

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52812

0x320B

DataBlock 8

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52813

0x320C

DataBlock 9

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52814

0x320D

DataBlock 10

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52815

0x320E

DataBlock 11

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52816

0x320F

DataBlock 12

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52817

0x3210

DataBlock 13

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52818

0x3211

DataBlock 14

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52819

0x3212

DataBlock 15

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52820

0x3213

DataBlock 16

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52821

0x3214

DataBlock 17

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52822

0x3215

DataBlock 18

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52823

0x3216

DataBlock 19

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52824

0x3217

DataBlock 20

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52825

0x3218

DataBlock 21

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52826

0x3219

DataBlock 22

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52827

0x321A

DataBlock 23

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52828

0x321B

DataBlock 24

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52829

0x321C

DataBlock 25

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52830

0x321D

DataBlock 26

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52831

0x321E

DataBlock 27

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52832

0x321F

DataBlock 28

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52833

0x3220

DataBlock 29

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52834

0x3221

DataBlock 30

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52835

0x3222

DataBlock 31

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52836

0x3223

DataBlock 32

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52837

0x3224

DataBlock 33

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52838

0x3225

DataBlock 34

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52839

0x3226

DataBlock 35

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52840

0x3227

DataBlock 36

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52841

0x3228

DataBlock 37

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52842

0x3229

DataBlock 38

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52843

0x322A

DataBlock 39

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52844

0x322B

DataBlock 40

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52845

0x322C

DataBlock 41

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

52846

0x322D

65535

F0

52847

0x322E

DataBlock 43

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52848

0x322F

DataBlock 44

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52849

0x3230

DataBlock 45

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52850

0x3231

DataBlock 46

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52851

0x3232

DataBlock 47

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52852

0x3233

DataBlock 48

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52853

0x3234

DataBlock 49

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52854

0x3235

DataBlock 50

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52855

0x3236

DataBlock 51

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52856

0x3237

DataBlock 52

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52857

0x3238

DataBlock 53

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52858

0x3239

DataBlock 54

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52859

0x323A

DataBlock 55

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52860

0x323B

DataBlock 56

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52861

0x323C

DataBlock 57

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52862

0x323D

DataBlock 58

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52863

0x323E

DataBlock 59

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52864

0x323F

DataBlock 60

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52865

0x3240

DataBlock 61

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52866

0x3241

DataBlock 62

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52867

0x3242

DataBlock 63

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52868

0x3243

DataBlock 64

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52869

0x3244

DataBlock 65

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52870

0x3245

DataBlock 66

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52871

0x3246

DataBlock 67

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52872

0x3247

DataBlock 68

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52873

0x3248

DataBlock 69

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52874

0x3249

DataBlock 70

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52875

0x324A

DataBlock 71

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52876

0x324B

DataBlock 72

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52877

0x324C

DataBlock 73

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52878

0x324D

DataBlock 74

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52879

0x324E

DataBlock 75

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52880

0x324F

DataBlock 76

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52881

0x3250

DataBlock 77

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52882

0x3251

DataBlock 78

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52883

0x3252

DataBlock 79

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52884

0x3253

DataBlock 80

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52885

0x3254

DataBlock 81

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52886

0x3255

DataBlock 82

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52887

0x3256

DataBlock 83

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52888

0x3257

DataBlock 84

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52889

0x3258

DataBlock 85

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52890

0x3259

DataBlock 86

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

11-106

DataBlock 42

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

52891

0x325A

65535

F0

52892

0x325B

DataBlock 88

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52893

0x325C

DataBlock 89

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52894

0x325D

DataBlock 90

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52895

0x325E

DataBlock 91

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52896

0x325F

DataBlock 92

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52897

0x3260

DataBlock 93

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52898

0x3261

DataBlock 94

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52899

0x3262

DataBlock 95

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52900

0x3263

DataBlock 96

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52901

0x3264

DataBlock 97

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52902

0x3265

DataBlock 98

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52903

0x3266

DataBlock 99

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52904

0x3267

DataBlock 100

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52905

0x3268

DataBlock 101

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52906

0x3269

DataBlock 102

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52907

0x326A

DataBlock 103

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52908

0x326B

DataBlock 104

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52909

0x326C

DataBlock 105

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52910

0x326D

DataBlock 106

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52911

0x326E

DataBlock 107

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52912

0x326F

DataBlock 108

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52913

0x3270

DataBlock 109

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52914

0x3271

DataBlock 110

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52915

0x3272

DataBlock 111

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52916

0x3273

DataBlock 112

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52917

0x3274

DataBlock 113

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52918

0x3275

DataBlock 114

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52919

0x3276

DataBlock 115

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52920

0x3277

DataBlock 116

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52921

0x3278

DataBlock 117

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52922

0x3279

DataBlock 118

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52923

0x327A

DataBlock 119

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52924

0x327B

DataBlock 120

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

52925

0x327C

DataBlock 121

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

DataBlock 87

Y Y Y Y

Security
53020

0x32DB Login

FC252

Y Y Y Y

53021

0x32DC Logout

FC126B

Y Y Y Y

53022

0x32DD Factory Service Mode

FC126

Y Y Y Y

53023

0x32DE

Load Factory Defaults

FC126B

Y Y Y Y

53024

0x32DF

Access Lockout

99

F0

Y Y Y Y

53025

0x32E0

Access Lockout Period

9999

min

F0

Y Y Y Y

53026

0x32E1

Access Timeout

999

min

F0

Y Y Y Y

53027

0x32E2

Password Complexity

FC126

Y Y Y Y

53028

0x32E3

Setpoint Access

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

53030

Device Authentication

FC126B

Y Y Y Y

Local Admin. Psswrd

65535

F60_22

11

Y Y Y Y

0x32E5

Security Passwords
53040

0x32EF

Supervisory Settings
53191

0x3386

Lock Relay

FC126

Y Y Y Y

53192

0x3387

Administrator Forced
Logout

FC126B

Y Y Y Y

53193

0x3388

Operator Forced Logout

FC126B

Y Y Y Y

53194

0x3389

Clear Security Data

FC126B

Y Y Y Y

Security - Radius
53290

0x33E9

Primary Radius IP Address 0

0xDFFFFFFE

F70

Y Y Y Y

53293

0x33EC

Primary Accounting Port

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

53294

0x33ED

Vendor ID

65535

F0

2910

Y Y Y Y

53295

0x33EE

Radius Authentication
Method

FC341

Y Y Y Y

53296

0x33EF

Timeout

9999

F0

10

Y Y Y Y

53297

0x33F0

Retries

9999

F0

Y Y Y Y

Modbus Protocol
53540

0x34E3

Modbus Slave Address

254

F0

254

Y Y Y Y

53541

0x34E4

Modbus TCP Port Number 1

65535

F0

502

Y Y Y Y

RS485 Port 1
53560

0x34F7

Baud Rate

FC210

Y Y Y Y

53561

0x34F8

Parity

FC211

Y Y Y Y

53562

0x34F9

Port Protocol

FC209

Y Y Y Y

53610

0x3529

WiFi Enable

FC126

Y Y Y Y

53611

0x352A

WiFi IP Address

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

0xC0A800 2
02

Y Y Y Y

53613

0x352C

WiFi Subnet Mask

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

0xFFFFFF0 2
0

Y Y Y Y

53615

0x352E

WiFi GWY IP Address

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

0xC0A800 2
01

Y Y Y Y

53617

0x3530

WiFi Security

FC226

Y Y Y Y

53618

0x3531

WiFi SSID

65535

F60_14

GEMULTILI 7
N

Y Y Y Y

53640

0x3547

WiFi WPA2 passphrase

65535

F60_14

Ge1wx9s3 7
123!4

Y Y Y Y

WiFi

Ethernet Port 1
53660

0x355B

PRT1 IP Address

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

0xA9FE03 2
03

Y Y Y Y

53662

0x355D

PRT1 Subnet IP Mask

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

0xFFFFFF0 2
0

Y Y Y Y

53664

0x355F

PRT1 GWY IP Address

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

0xA9FE03 2
01

Y Y Y Y

53666

0x3561

PRT4 IP Address

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

0x7F0000 2
01

Y Y Y Y

53668

0x3563

PRT4 Subnet IP Mask

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

Y Y Y Y

53670

0x3565

PRT4 GWY IP Address

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

Y Y Y Y

53672

0x3567

PRT4 Operation

FC219

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

53674

0x3569

PRT5 IP Address

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

0x7F0000 2
01

53676

0x356B

PRT5 Subnet IP Mask

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

Y Y Y Y

53678

0x356D

PRT5 GWY IP Address

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

Y Y Y Y

Gateway Address

0xDFFFFFFE

F70

0x7F0000 2
01

Y Y Y Y

Y Y Y Y

Default Route
53700

0x3583

Static RT 1
53702

0x3585

RT1 Destination

0xDFFFFFFE

F70

0x7F0000 2
01

Y Y Y Y

53704

0x3587

RT1 Mask

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

0xFF0000 2
00

Y Y Y Y

53706

0x3589

RT1 Gateway

0xDFFFFFFE

F70

0x7F0000 2
01

Y Y Y Y

Static RT 2
53708

0x358B

RT2 Destination

0xDFFFFFFE

F70

0x7F0000 2
01

Y Y Y Y

53710

0x358D

RT2 Mask

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

0xFF0000 2
00

Y Y Y Y

53712

0x358F

RT2 Gateway

0xDFFFFFFE

F70

0x7F0000 2
01

Y Y Y Y

Static RT 3
53714

0x3591

RT3 Destination

0xDFFFFFFE

F70

0x7F0000 2
01

Y Y Y Y

53716

0x3593

RT3 Mask

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

0xFF0000 2
00

Y Y Y Y

53718

0x3595

RT3 Gateway

0xDFFFFFFE

F70

0x7F0000 2
01

Y Y Y Y

Static RT 4
53720

0x3597

RT4 Destination

0xDFFFFFFE

F70

0x7F0000 2
01

Y Y Y Y

53722

0x3599

RT4 Mask

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

0xFF0000 2
00

Y Y Y Y

53724

0x359B

RT4 Gateway

0xDFFFFFFE

F70

0x7F0000 2
01

Y Y Y Y

Static RT 5
53726

0x359D

RT5 Destination

0xDFFFFFFE

F70

0x7F0000 2
01

Y Y Y Y

53728

0x359F

RT5 Mask

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

0xFF0000 2
00

Y Y Y Y

53730

0x35A1

RT5 Gateway

0xDFFFFFFE

F70

0x7F0000 2
01

Y Y Y Y

Static RT 6
53732

0x35A3

RT6 Destination

0xDFFFFFFE

F70

0x7F0000 2
01

Y Y Y Y

53734

0x35A5

RT6 Mask

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

0xFF0000 2
00

Y Y Y Y

53736

0x35A7

RT6 Gateway

0xDFFFFFFE

F70

0x7F0000 2
01

Y Y Y Y

DNP Protocol
53740

0x35AB

DNP Channel 1 Port

FC239

Y Y Y Y

53741

0x35AC

DNP Channel 2 Port

FC239

Y Y Y Y

53742

0x35AD DNP Address

65519

F0

65519

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

53743

0x35AE

DNP Client Address 1

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

Y Y Y Y

53745

0x35B0

DNP Client Address 2

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

Y Y Y Y

53747

0x35B2

DNP TCP/UDP Port 1

65535

F0

20000

Y Y Y Y

53748

0x35B3

DNP TCP/UDP Port 2

65535

F0

20000

Y Y Y Y

53749

0x35B4

DNP Unsol Resp Function 0

53750

0x35B5

DNP Unsol Resp Timeout 0

60

FC126

Y Y Y Y

F0

Y Y Y Y

53751

0x35B6

Unsol Resp Max Retries

255

F0

10

Y Y Y Y

53752

0x35B7

DNP Unsol Resp Dest


Addr

65519

F0

Y Y Y Y

53753

0x35B8

DNP Time Sync IIN Period 1

10080

F0

1440

Y Y Y Y

53754

0x35B9

DNP Message Fragment


Size

2048

F0

240

Y Y Y Y

53755

0x35BA

Object 1 Default Variation 1

FC231

Y Y Y Y

53756

0x35BB

Object 2 Default Variation 1

FC232

Y Y Y Y

53757

0x35BC

Object 20 Default
Variation

FC233

Y Y Y Y

53758

0x35BD Object 21 Default


Variation

10

FC234

Y Y Y Y

53759

0x35BE

Object 22 Default
Variation

FC235

Y Y Y Y

53760

0x35BF

Object 23 Default
Variation

FC236

Y Y Y Y

53761

0x35C0

Object 30 Default
Variation

FC237

Y Y Y Y

53762

0x35C1

Object 32 Default
Variation

FC238

Y Y Y Y

53763

0x35C2

TCP Connection Timeout

10

300

F0

120

Y Y Y Y

30

min

Binary Input Points


53780

0x35D3

Point 0 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53782

0x35D5

Point 1 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53784

0x35D7

Point 2 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53786

0x35D9

Point 3 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53788

0x35DB Point 4 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53790

0x35DD Point 5 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53792

0x35DF

Point 6 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53794

0x35E1

Point 7 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53796

0x35E3

Point 8 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53798

0x35E5

Point 9 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53800

0x35E7

Point 10 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53802

0x35E9

Point 11 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53804

0x35EB

Point 12 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53806

0x35ED

Point 13 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53808

0x35EF

Point 14 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53810

0x35F1

Point 15 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53812

0x35F3

Point 16 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53814

0x35F5

Point 17 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53816

0x35F7

Point 18 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53818

0x35F9

Point 19 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

53820

0x35FB

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

53822

0x35FD

Point 21 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53824

0x35FF

Point 22 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53826

0x3601

Point 23 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53828

0x3603

Point 24 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53830

0x3605

Point 25 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53832

0x3607

Point 26 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53834

0x3609

Point 27 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53836

0x360B

Point 28 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53838

0x360D

Point 29 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53840

0x360F

Point 30 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53842

0x3611

Point 31 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53844

0x3613

Point 32 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53846

0x3615

Point 33 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53848

0x3617

Point 34 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53850

0x3619

Point 35 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53852

0x361B

Point 36 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53854

0x361D

Point 37 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53856

0x361F

Point 38 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53858

0x3621

Point 39 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53860

0x3623

Point 40 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53862

0x3625

Point 41 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53864

0x3627

Point 42 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53866

0x3629

Point 43 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53868

0x362B

Point 44 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53870

0x362D

Point 45 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53872

0x362F

Point 46 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53874

0x3631

Point 47 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53876

0x3633

Point 48 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53878

0x3635

Point 49 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53880

0x3637

Point 50 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53882

0x3639

Point 51 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53884

0x363B

Point 52 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53886

0x363D

Point 53 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53888

0x363F

Point 54 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53890

0x3641

Point 55 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53892

0x3643

Point 56 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53894

0x3645

Point 57 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53896

0x3647

Point 58 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53898

0x3649

Point 59 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53900

0x364B

Point 60 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53902

0x364D

Point 61 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53904

0x364F

Point 62 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53906

0x3651

Point 63 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53908

0x3653

Point 64 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Point 20 Entry

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

53910

0x3655

Point 65 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53912

0x3657

Point 66 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53914

0x3659

Point 67 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53916

0x365B

Point 68 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53918

0x365D

Point 69 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53920

0x365F

Point 70 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53922

0x3661

Point 71 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53924

0x3663

Point 72 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53926

0x3665

Point 73 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53928

0x3667

Point 74 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53930

0x3669

Point 75 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53932

0x366B

Point 76 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53934

0x366D

Point 77 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53936

0x366F

Point 78 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53938

0x3671

Point 79 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53940

0x3673

Point 80 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53942

0x3675

Point 81 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53944

0x3677

Point 82 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53946

0x3679

Point 83 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53948

0x367B

Point 84 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53950

0x367D

Point 85 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53952

0x367F

Point 86 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53954

0x3681

Point 87 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53956

0x3683

Point 88 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53958

0x3685

Point 89 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53960

0x3687

Point 90 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53962

0x3689

Point 91 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53964

0x368B

Point 92 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53966

0x368D

Point 93 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53968

0x368F

Point 94 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

53970

0x3691

Point 95 Entry

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 0


53990

0x36A5

Analog IP Point 0 Entry

53991

0x36A6

Point 0 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

53992

0x36A7

Point 0 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 1


53994

0x36A9

Analog IP Point 1 Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

53995

0x36AA

Point 1 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

53996

0x36AB

Point 1 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 2


53998

0x36AD Analog IP Point 2 Entry

53999

0x36AE

Point 2 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54000

0x36AF

Point 2 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 3


54002

11-112

0x36B1

Analog IP Point 3 Entry

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

54003

0x36B2

Point 3 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54004

0x36B3

Point 3 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 4


54006

0x36B5

Analog IP Point 4 Entry

54007

0x36B6

Point 4 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54008

0x36B7

Point 4 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 5


54010

0x36B9

Analog IP Point 5 Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

54011

0x36BA

Point 5 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54012

0x36BB

Point 5 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 6


54014

0x36BD Analog IP Point 6 Entry

54015

0x36BE

Point 6 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54016

0x36BF

Point 6 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 7


54018

0x36C1

Analog IP Point 7 Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

54019

0x36C2

Point 7 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54020

0x36C3

Point 7 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 8


54022

0x36C5

Analog IP Point 8 Entry

54023

0x36C6

Point 8 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54024

0x36C7

Point 8 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 9


54026

0x36C9

Analog IP Point 9 Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

54027

0x36CA

Point 9 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54028

0x36CB

Point 9 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 10


54030

0x36CD Analog IP Point 10 Entry

54031

0x36CE

Point 10 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54032

0x36CF

Point 10 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 11


54034

0x36D1

Analog IP Point 11 Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

54035

0x36D2

Point 11 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54036

0x36D3

Point 11 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 12


54038

0x36D5

Analog IP Point 12 Entry

54039

0x36D6

Point 12 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54040

0x36D7

Point 12 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 13


54042

0x36D9

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

54043

0x36DA Point 13 Scale Factor

Analog IP Point 13 Entry

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54044

0x36DB Point 13 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 14


54046

0x36DD Analog IP Point 14 Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

54047

0x36DE

FC229

Y Y Y Y

Point 14 Scale Factor

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

54048

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

0x36DF

Point 14 Deadband

Analog Input Point 15


54050

0x36E1

Analog IP Point 15 Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

54051

0x36E2

Point 15 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54052

0x36E3

Point 15 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 16


54054

0x36E5

Analog IP Point 16 Entry

35903

FC273

54055

0x36E6

Point 16 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54056

0x36E7

Point 16 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 17


54058

0x36E9

Analog IP Point 17 Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

54059

0x36EA

Point 17 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54060

0x36EB

Point 17 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 18


54062

0x36ED

Analog IP Point 18 Entry

35903

FC273

54063

0x36EE

Point 18 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54064

0x36EF

Point 18 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 19


54066

0x36F1

Analog IP Point 19 Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

54067

0x36F2

Point 19 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54068

0x36F3

Point 19 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 20


54070

0x36F5

Analog IP Point 20 Entry

35903

FC273

54071

0x36F6

Point 20 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54072

0x36F7

Point 20 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 21


54074

0x36F9

Analog IP Point 21 Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

54075

0x36FA

Point 21 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54076

0x36FB

Point 21 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 22


54078

0x36FD

Analog IP Point 22 Entry

35903

FC273

54079

0x36FE

Point 22 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54080

0x36FF

Point 22 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 23


54082

0x3701

Analog IP Point 23 Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

54083

0x3702

Point 23 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54084

0x3703

Point 23 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 24


54086

0x3705

Analog IP Point 24 Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

54087

0x3706

Point 24 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54088

0x3707

Point 24 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 25


54090

0x3709

Analog IP Point 25 Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

54091

0x370A

Point 25 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54092

0x370B

Point 25 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

Analog Input Point 26


54094

0x370D

Analog IP Point 26 Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

54095

0x370E

Point 26 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54096

0x370F

Point 26 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 27


54098

0x3711

Analog IP Point 27 Entry

54099

0x3712

Point 27 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54100

0x3713

Point 27 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 28


54102

0x3715

Analog IP Point 28 Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

54103

0x3716

Point 28 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54104

0x3717

Point 28 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 29


54106

0x3719

Analog IP Point 29 Entry

54107

0x371A

Point 29 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54108

0x371B

Point 29 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 30


54110

0x371D

Analog IP Point 30 Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

54111

0x371E

Point 30 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54112

0x371F

Point 30 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

Analog Input Point 31


54114

0x3721

Analog IP Point 31 Entry

54115

0x3722

Point 31 Scale Factor

FC229

Y Y Y Y

54116

0x3723

Point 31 Deadband

100000000

F10

30000

Y Y Y Y

Binary Output Point 0


54130

0x3731

Binary Output Point 0 ON 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

54131

0x3732

Binary Output Point 0 OFF 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

Binary Output Point 1


54132

0x3733

Binary Output Point 1 ON 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

54133

0x3734

Binary Output Point 1 OFF 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

Binary Output Point 2


54134

0x3735

Binary Output Point 2 ON 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

54135

0x3736

Binary Output Point 2 OFF 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

Binary Output Point 3


54136

0x3737

Binary Output Point 3 ON 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

54137

0x3738

Binary Output Point 3 OFF 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

Binary Output Point 4


54138

0x3739

Binary Output Point 4 ON 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

54139

0x373A

Binary Output Point 4 OFF 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

Binary Output Point 5


54140

0x373B

Binary Output Point 5 ON 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

54141

0x373C

Binary Output Point 5 OFF 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

Binary Output Point 6


54142

0x373D

Binary Output Point 6 ON 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

54143

0x373E

Binary Output Point 6 OFF 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

CHAPTER 11: MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

Binary Output Point 7


54144

0x373F

Binary Output Point 7 ON 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

54145

0x3740

Binary Output Point 7 OFF 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

Binary Output Point 8


54146

0x3741

Binary Output Point 8 ON 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

54147

0x3742

Binary Output Point 8 OFF 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

Binary Output Point 9


54148

0x3743

Binary Output Point 9 ON 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

54149

0x3744

Binary Output Point 9 OFF 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

Binary Output Point 10


54150

0x3745

Binary Output Point 10


ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

54151

0x3746

Bnry Output Point 10 OFF 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

Binary Output Point 11


54152

0x3747

Binary Output Point 11


ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

54153

0x3748

Bnry Output Point 11 OFF 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

Binary Output Point 12


54154

0x3749

Binary Output Point 12


ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

54155

0x374A

Bnry Output Point 12 OFF 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

Binary Output Point 13


54156

0x374B

Binary Output Point 13


ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

54157

0x374C

Bnry Output Point 13 OFF 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

Binary Output Point 14


54158

0x374D

Binary Output Point 14


ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

54159

0x374E

Bnry Output Point 14 OFF 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

Binary Output Point 15


54160

0x374F

Binary Output Point 15


ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

54161

0x3750

Bnry Output Point 15 OFF 0

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

IEC104 Protocol
54210

0x3781

Channel 1 Port

FC239A

54211

0x3782

Channel 2 Port

FC239A

Y Y Y Y

54212

0x3783

Common Address of
ASDU

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

54213

0x3784

Client Address 1

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

Y Y Y Y

54215

0x3786

Client Address 2

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

Y Y Y Y

54217

0x3788

TCP Port Number 1

65535

F0

2404

Y Y Y Y

54218

0x3789

TCP Port Number 2

65535

F0

2404

Y Y Y Y

54219

0x378A

Cyclic Data Period

65535

F0

60

Y Y Y Y

54221

0x378C

Object Info Addrs Bnry

16777215

F10

1000

Y Y Y Y

54223

0x378E

Object Info Addrs Analog 0

16777215

F10

2000

Y Y Y Y

54225

0x3790

Object Info Addrs Countrs 0

16777215

F10

3000

Y Y Y Y

54227

0x3792

Object Info Addrs Cmnd

16777215

F10

4000

Y Y Y Y

54229

0x3794

Object Info Analog Param 0

16777215

F10

5000

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

F0

Y Y Y Y

F0

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Protocol
54250

0x37A9

IEC103 Common ASDU


Addrs

254

54251

0x37AA

IEC103 Sync Timeout

1440

min

Binary Input Point 0


54270

0x37BD Point 0 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54271

0x37BE

Point 0 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54272

0x37BF

Point 0

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 1


54284

0x37CB

Point 1 Func Type

255

54285

0x37CC

Point 1 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54286

0x37CD Point 1

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 2


54298

0x37D9

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54299

0x37DA Point 2 Info Num

Point 2 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54300

0x37DB Point 2

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 3


54312

0x37E7

Point 3 Func Type

54313

0x37E8

Point 3 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54314

0x37E9

Point 3

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 4


54326

0x37F5

Point 4 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54327

0x37F6

Point 4 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54328

0x37F7

Point 4

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 5


54340

0x3803

Point 5 Func Type

54341

0x3804

Point 5 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54342

0x3805

Point 5

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 6


54354

0x3811

Point 6 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54355

0x3812

Point 6 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54356

0x3813

Point 6

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 7


54368

0x381F

Point 7 Func Type

54369

0x3820

Point 7 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54370

0x3821

Point 7

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 8


54382

0x382D

Point 8 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54383

0x382E

Point 8 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54384

0x382F

Point 8

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 9


54396

0x383B

Point 9 Func Type

54397

0x383C

Point 9 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54398

0x383D

Point 9

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 10


54410

0x3849

Point 10 Func Type

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

54411

0x384A

Point 10 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54412

0x384B

Point 10

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 11


54424

0x3857

Point 11 Func Type

54425

0x3858

Point 11 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54426

0x3859

Point 11

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 12


54438

0x3865

Point 12 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54439

0x3866

Point 12 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54440

0x3867

Point 12

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 13


54452

0x3873

Point 13 Func Type

54453

0x3874

Point 13 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54454

0x3875

Point 13

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 14


54466

0x3881

Point 14 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54467

0x3882

Point 14 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54468

0x3883

Point 14

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 15


54480

0x388F

Point 15 Func Type

54481

0x3890

Point 15 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54482

0x3891

Point 15

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 16


54494

0x389D

Point 16 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54495

0x389E

Point 16 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54496

0x389F

Point 16

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 17


54508

0x38AB

Point 17 Func Type

54509

0x38AC

Point 17 Info Num

54510

0x38AD Point 17

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 18


54522

0x38B9

Point 18 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54523

0x38BA

Point 18 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54524

0x38BB

Point 18

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 19


54536

0x38C7

Point 19 Func Type

54537

0x38C8

Point 19 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54538

0x38C9

Point 19

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 20


54550

0x38D5

Point 20 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54551

0x38D6

Point 20 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54552

0x38D7

Point 20

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 21


54564

0x38E3

Point 21 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54565

0x38E4

Point 21 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

54566

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

0x38E5

Point 21

Binary Input Point 22


54578

0x38F1

Point 22 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54579

0x38F2

Point 22 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54580

0x38F3

Point 22

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 23


54592

0x38FF

Point 23 Func Type

255

F0

54593

0x3900

Point 23 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54594

0x3901

Point 23

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 24


54606

0x390D

Point 24 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54607

0x390E

Point 24 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54608

0x390F

Point 24

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 25


54620

0x391B

Point 25 Func Type

255

F0

54621

0x391C

Point 25 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54622

0x391D

Point 25

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 26


54634

0x3929

Point 26 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54635

0x392A

Point 26 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54636

0x392B

Point 26

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 27


54648

0x3937

Point 27 Func Type

255

F0

54649

0x3938

Point 27 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54650

0x3939

Point 27

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 28


54662

0x3945

Point 28 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54663

0x3946

Point 28 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54664

0x3947

Point 28

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 29


54676

0x3953

Point 29 Func Type

255

F0

54677

0x3954

Point 29 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54678

0x3955

Point 29

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 30


54690

0x3961

Point 30 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54691

0x3962

Point 30 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54692

0x3963

Point 30

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 31


54704

0x396F

Point 31 Func Type

255

F0

54705

0x3970

Point 31 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54706

0x3971

Point 31

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 32


54718

0x397D

Point 32 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54719

0x397E

Point 32 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54720

0x397F

Point 32

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

CHAPTER 11: MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

Binary Input Point 33


54732

0x398B

Point 33 Func Type

255

F0

54733

0x398C

Point 33 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

54734

0x398D

Point 33

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 34


54746

0x3999

Point 34 Func Type

54747

0x399A

Point 34 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54748

0x399B

Point 34

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 35


54760

0x39A7

Point 35 Func Type

255

F0

54761

0x39A8

Point 35 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54762

0x39A9

Point 35

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 36


54774

0x39B5

Point 36 Func Type

54775

0x39B6

Point 36 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54776

0x39B7

Point 36

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 37


54788

0x39C3

Point 37 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54789

0x39C4

Point 37 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54790

0x39C5

Point 37

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 38


54802

0x39D1

Point 38 Func Type

54803

0x39D2

Point 38 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54804

0x39D3

Point 38

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 39


54816

0x39DF

Point 39 Func Type

255

F0

54817

0x39E0

Point 39 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54818

0x39E1

Point 39

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 40


54830

0x39ED

Point 40 Func Type

54831

0x39EE

Point 40 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54832

0x39EF

Point 40

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 41


54844

0x39FB

Point 41 Func Type

255

F0

54845

0x39FC

Point 41 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54846

0x39FD

Point 41

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 42


54858

0x3A09

Point 42 Func Type

54859

0x3A0A

Point 42 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54860

0x3A0B

Point 42

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 43


54872

0x3A17

Point 43 Func Type

255

F0

54873

0x3A18

Point 43 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54874

0x3A19

Point 43

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 44

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

54886

255

F0

0x3A25

Point 44 Func Type

Y Y Y Y

54887

0x3A26

Point 44 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54888

0x3A27

Point 44

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 45


54900

0x3A33

Point 45 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54901

0x3A34

Point 45 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54902

0x3A35

Point 45

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 46


54914

0x3A41

Point 46 Func Type

54915

0x3A42

Point 46 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54916

0x3A43

Point 46

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 47


54928

0x3A4F

Point 47 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54929

0x3A50

Point 47 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54930

0x3A51

Point 47

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 48


54942

0x3A5D Point 48 Func Type

54943

0x3A5E

Point 48 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54944

0x3A5F

Point 48

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 49


54956

0x3A6B

Point 49 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54957

0x3A6C

Point 49 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54958

0x3A6D Point 49

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 50


54970

0x3A79

Point 50 Func Type

54971

0x3A7A

Point 50 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54972

0x3A7B

Point 50

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 51


54984

0x3A87

Point 51 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54985

0x3A88

Point 51 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

54986

0x3A89

Point 51

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 52


54998

0x3A95

Point 52 Func Type

54999

0x3A96

Point 52 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55000

0x3A97

Point 52

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 53


55012

0x3AA3

Point 53 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55013

0x3AA4

Point 53 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55014

0x3AA5

Point 53

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 54


55026

0x3AB1

Point 54 Func Type

55027

0x3AB2

Point 54 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55028

0x3AB3

Point 54

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 55


55040

0x3ABF

Point 55 Func Type

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

55041

0x3AC0

Point 55 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55042

0x3AC1

Point 55

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 56


55054

0x3ACD Point 56 Func Type

55055

0x3ACE

Point 56 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55056

0x3ACF

Point 56

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 57


55068

0x3ADB Point 57 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55069

0x3ADC Point 57 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55070

0x3ADD Point 57

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 58


55082

0x3AE9

Point 58 Func Type

55083

0x3AEA

Point 58 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55084

0x3AEB

Point 58

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 59


55096

0x3AF7

Point 59 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55097

0x3AF8

Point 59 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55098

0x3AF9

Point 59

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 60


55110

0x3B05

Point 60 Func Type

55111

0x3B06

Point 60 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55112

0x3B07

Point 60

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 61


55124

0x3B13

Point 61 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55125

0x3B14

Point 61 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55126

0x3B15

Point 61

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 62


55138

0x3B21

Point 62 Func Type

55139

0x3B22

Point 62 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55140

0x3B23

Point 62

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 63


55152

0x3B2F

Point 63 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55153

0x3B30

Point 63 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55154

0x3B31

Point 63

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 64


55166

0x3B3D Point 64 Func Type

55167

0x3B3E

Point 64 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55168

0x3B3F

Point 64

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 65


55180

0x3B4B

Point 65 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55181

0x3B4C

Point 65 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55182

0x3B4D Point 65

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 66


55194

0x3B59

Point 66 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55195

0x3B5A

Point 66 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

55196

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

0x3B5B

Point 66

Binary Input Point 67


55208

0x3B67

Point 67 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55209

0x3B68

Point 67 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55210

0x3B69

Point 67

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 68


55222

0x3B75

Point 68 Func Type

255

F0

55223

0x3B76

Point 68 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55224

0x3B77

Point 68

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 69


55236

0x3B83

Point 69 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55237

0x3B84

Point 69 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55238

0x3B85

Point 69

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 70


55250

0x3B91

Point 70 Func Type

255

F0

55251

0x3B92

Point 70 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55252

0x3B93

Point 70

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 71


55264

0x3B9F

Point 71 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55265

0x3BA0

Point 71 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55266

0x3BA1

Point 71

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 72


55278

0x3BAD Point 72 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55279

0x3BAE

Point 72 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55280

0x3BAF

Point 72

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 73


55292

0x3BBB

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55293

0x3BBC Point 73 Info Num

Point 73 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55294

0x3BBD Point 73

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 74


55306

0x3BC9

255

F0

55307

0x3BCA Point 74 Info Num

Point 74 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55308

0x3BCB Point 74

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 75


55320

0x3BD7 Point 75 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55321

0x3BD8 Point 75 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55322

0x3BD9 Point 75

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 76


55334

0x3BE5

Point 76 Func Type

255

F0

55335

0x3BE6

Point 76 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55336

0x3BE7

Point 76

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 77


55348

0x3BF3

Point 77 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55349

0x3BF4

Point 77 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55350

0x3BF5

Point 77

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

CHAPTER 11: MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

Binary Input Point 78


55362

0x3C01

Point 78 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55363

0x3C02

Point 78 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55364

0x3C03

Point 78

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 79


55376

0x3C0F

Point 79 Func Type

55377

0x3C10

Point 79 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55378

0x3C11

Point 79

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 80


55390

0x3C1D Point 80 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55391

0x3C1E

Point 80 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55392

0x3C1F

Point 80

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 81


55404

0x3C2B

Point 81 Func Type

55405

0x3C2C

Point 81 Info Num

55406

0x3C2D Point 81

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 82


55418

0x3C39

Point 82 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55419

0x3C3A

Point 82 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55420

0x3C3B

Point 82

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 83


55432

0x3C47

Point 83 Func Type

55433

0x3C48

Point 83 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55434

0x3C49

Point 83

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 84


55446

0x3C55

Point 84 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55447

0x3C56

Point 84 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55448

0x3C57

Point 84

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 85


55460

0x3C63

Point 85 Func Type

55461

0x3C64

Point 85 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55462

0x3C65

Point 85

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 86


55474

0x3C71

Point 86 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55475

0x3C72

Point 86 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55476

0x3C73

Point 86

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 87


55488

0x3C7F

Point 87 Func Type

55489

0x3C80

Point 87 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55490

0x3C81

Point 87

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 88


55502

0x3C8D Point 88 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55503

0x3C8E

Point 88 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55504

0x3C8F

Point 88

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 89

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MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

55516

255

F0

0x3C9B

Point 89 Func Type

55517

0x3C9C

Point 89 Info Num

55518

0x3C9D Point 89

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 90


55530

0x3CA9

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55531

0x3CAA Point 90 Info Num

Point 90 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55532

0x3CAB Point 90

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 91


55544

0x3CB7

Point 91 Func Type

55545

0x3CB8

Point 91 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55546

0x3CB9

Point 91

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 92


55558

0x3CC5

Point 92 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55559

0x3CC6

Point 92 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55560

0x3CC7

Point 92

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 93


55572

0x3CD3 Point 93 Func Type

55573

0x3CD4 Point 93 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55574

0x3CD5 Point 93

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 94


55586

0x3CE1

Point 94 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55587

0x3CE2

Point 94 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55588

0x3CE3

Point 94

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Binary Input Point 95


55600

0x3CEF

Point 95 Func Type

55601

0x3CF0

Point 95 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55602

0x3CF1

Point 95

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

First ADSU
55630

0x3D0D First ASDU Ident Type

FC212

Y Y Y Y

55631

0x3D0E

First ASDU Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55632

0x3D0F

First ASDU Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55633

0x3D10

First ASDU Scan Timeout

1000

F0

Y Y Y Y

55634

0x3D11

First Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55635

0x3D12

First Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55636

0x3D13

First Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55637

0x3D14

Second Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55638

0x3D15

Second Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55639

0x3D16

Second Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55640

0x3D17

Third Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55641

0x3D18

Third Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55642

0x3D19

Third Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55643

0x3D1A Fourth Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55644

0x3D1B Fourth Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55645

0x3D1C Fourth Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55646

0x3D1D Fifth Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

55647

Fifth Analog Factor

65535

F3

0x3D1E

Y Y Y Y

55648

0x3D1F

Fifth Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55649

0x3D20

Sixth Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55650

0x3D21

Sixth Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55651

0x3D22

Sixth Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55652

0x3D23

Seventh Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55653

0x3D24

Seventh Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55654

0x3D25

Seventh Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55655

0x3D26

Eighth Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55656

0x3D27

Eighth Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55657

0x3D28

Eighth Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55658

0x3D29

Ninth Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55659

0x3D2A Ninth Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55660

0x3D2B Ninth Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

Second ADSU
55671

0x3D36

Second ASDU Ident Type

FC212

Y Y Y Y

55672

0x3D37

Second ASDU Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55673

0x3D38

Second ASDU Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55674

0x3D39

Second ASDU Scan


Timeout

1000

F0

Y Y Y Y

55675

0x3D3A First Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55676

0x3D3B First Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55677

0x3D3C First Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55678

0x3D3D Second Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55679

0x3D3E

Second Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55680

0x3D3F

Second Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55681

0x3D40

Third Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55682

0x3D41

Third Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55683

0x3D42

Third Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55684

0x3D43

Fourth Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55685

0x3D44

Fourth Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55686

0x3D45

Fourth Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55687

0x3D46

Fifth Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55688

0x3D47

Fifth Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55689

0x3D48

Fifth Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55690

0x3D49

Sixth Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55691

0x3D4A Sixth Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55692

0x3D4B Sixth Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55693

0x3D4C Seventh Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55694

0x3D4D Seventh Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55695

0x3D4E

Seventh Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55696

0x3D4F

Eighth Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55697

0x3D50

Eighth Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55698

0x3D51

Eighth Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55699

0x3D52

Ninth Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55700

0x3D53

Ninth Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

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MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

55701

Ninth Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

0x3D54

Third ADSU
55712

0x3D5F

Third ASDU Ident Type

FC212

Y Y Y Y

55713

0x3D60

Third ASDU Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55714

0x3D61

Third ASDU Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55715

0x3D62

Third ASDU Scan Timeout 0

1000

F0

Y Y Y Y

55716

0x3D63

First Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55717

0x3D64

First Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55718

0x3D65

First Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55719

0x3D66

Second Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55720

0x3D67

Second Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55721

0x3D68

Second Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55722

0x3D69

Third Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55723

0x3D6A Third Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55724

0x3D6B Third Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55725

0x3D6C Fourth Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55726

0x3D6D Fourth Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55727

0x3D6E

Fourth Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55728

0x3D6F

Fifth Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55729

0x3D70

Fifth Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55730

0x3D71

Fifth Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55731

0x3D72

Sixth Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55732

0x3D73

Sixth Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55733

0x3D74

Sixth Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55734

0x3D75

Seventh Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55735

0x3D76

Seventh Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55736

0x3D77

Seventh Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55737

0x3D78

Eighth Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55738

0x3D79

Eighth Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55739

0x3D7A Eighth Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55740

0x3D7B Ninth Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55741

0x3D7C Ninth Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55742

0x3D7D Ninth Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

Fourth ADSU
55753

0x3D88

Fourth ASDU Ident Type

FC212

Y Y Y Y

55754

0x3D89

Fourth ASDU Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55755

0x3D8A Fourth ASDU Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55756

0x3D8B Fourth ASDU Scan


Timeout

1000

F0

Y Y Y Y

55757

0x3D8C First Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55758

0x3D8D First Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55759

0x3D8E

First Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55760

0x3D8F

Second Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55761

0x3D90

Second Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55762

0x3D91

Second Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55763

0x3D92

Third Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

55764

0x3D93

Third Analog Factor

65535

F3

55765

0x3D94

Third Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55766

0x3D95

Fourth Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55767

0x3D96

Fourth Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55768

0x3D97

Fourth Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55769

0x3D98

Fifth Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55770

0x3D99

Fifth Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55771

0x3D9A Fifth Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55772

0x3D9B Sixth Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55773

0x3D9C Sixth Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55774

0x3D9D Sixth Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55775

0x3D9E

Seventh Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55776

0x3D9F

Seventh Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55777

0x3DA0 Seventh Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55778

0x3DA1 Eighth Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55779

0x3DA2 Eighth Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55780

0x3DA3 Eighth Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

55781

0x3DA4 Ninth Analog Entry

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

55782

0x3DA5 Ninth Analog Factor

65535

F3

Y Y Y Y

55783

0x3DA6 Ninth Analog Offset

-32768

32767

F20

Y Y Y Y

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 0
55810

0x3DC1 Command 0 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55811

0x3DC2 Command 0 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55812

0x3DC3 Command 0 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55813

0x3DC4 Command 0 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 1
55814

0x3DC5 Command 1 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55815

0x3DC6 Command 1 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55816

0x3DC7 Command 1 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55817

0x3DC8 Command 1 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 2
55818

0x3DC9 Command 2 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55819

0x3DCA Command 2 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55820

0x3DCB Command 2 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55821

0x3DCC Command 2 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 3
55822

0x3DCD Command 3 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55823

0x3DCE Command 3 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55824

0x3DCF Command 3 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55825

0x3DD0 Command 3 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 4
55826

0x3DD1 Command 4 Func Type

255

F0

55827

0x3DD2 Command 4 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55828

0x3DD3 Command 4 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55829

0x3DD4 Command 4 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

IEC103 Command 5
55830

0x3DD5 Command 5 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55831

0x3DD6 Command 5 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55832

0x3DD7 Command 5 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55833

0x3DD8 Command 5 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 6
55834

0x3DD9 Command 6 Func Type

255

F0

55835

0x3DDA Command 6 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55836

0x3DDB Command 6 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55837

0x3DDC Command 6 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 7
55838

0x3DDD Command 7 Func Type

55839

0x3DDE Command 7 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55840

0x3DDF Command 7 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55841

0x3DE0

Command 7 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 8
55842

0x3DE1

Command 8 Func Type

55843

0x3DE2

Command 8 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55844

0x3DE3

Command 8 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55845

0x3DE4

Command 8 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 9
55846

0x3DE5

Command 9 Func Type

55847

0x3DE6

Command 9 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55848

0x3DE7

Command 9 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55849

0x3DE8

Command 9 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 10
55850

0x3DE9

55851

0x3DEA Command 10 Info Num

Command 10 Func Type

55852

0x3DEB Command 10 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55853

0x3DEC Command 10 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 11
55854

0x3DED Command 11 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55855

0x3DEE

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

Command 11 Info Num

55856

0x3DEF

Command 11 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55857

0x3DF0

Command 11 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 12
55858

0x3DF1

Command 12 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55859

0x3DF2

Command 12 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55860

0x3DF3

Command 12 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55861

0x3DF4

Command 12 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 13
55862

0x3DF5

Command 13 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55863

0x3DF6

Command 13 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55864

0x3DF7

Command 13 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55865

0x3DF8

Command 13 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

CHAPTER 11: MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

IEC103 Command 14
55866

0x3DF9

Command 14 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55867

0x3DFA

Command 14 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55868

0x3DFB

Command 14 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55869

0x3DFC

Command 14 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 15
55870

0x3DFD Command 15 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55871

0x3DFE

Command 15 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55872

0x3DFF

Command 15 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55873

0x3E00

Command 15 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 16
55874

0x3E01

Command 16 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55875

0x3E02

Command 16 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55876

0x3E03

Command 16 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55877

0x3E04

Command 16 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 17
55878

0x3E05

Command 17 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55879

0x3E06

Command 17 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55880

0x3E07

Command 17 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55881

0x3E08

Command 17 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 18
55882

0x3E09

Command 18 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55883

0x3E0A

Command 18 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55884

0x3E0B

Command 18 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55885

0x3E0C

Command 18 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 19
55886

0x3E0D

Command 19 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55887

0x3E0E

Command 19 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55888

0x3E0F

Command 19 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55889

0x3E10

Command 19 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 20
55890

0x3E11

Command 20 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55891

0x3E12

Command 20 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55892

0x3E13

Command 20 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55893

0x3E14

Command 20 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 21
55894

0x3E15

Command 21 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55895

0x3E16

Command 21 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55896

0x3E17

Command 21 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55897

0x3E18

Command 21 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 22
55898

0x3E19

Command 22 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55899

0x3E1A

Command 22 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55900

0x3E1B

Command 22 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55901

0x3E1C

Command 22 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

IEC103 Command 23
55902

0x3E1D

Command 23 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55903

0x3E1E

Command 23 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55904

0x3E1F

Command 23 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55905

0x3E20

Command 23 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 24
55906

0x3E21

Command 24 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55907

0x3E22

Command 24 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55908

0x3E23

Command 24 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55909

0x3E24

Command 24 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 25
55910

0x3E25

Command 25 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55911

0x3E26

Command 25 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55912

0x3E27

Command 25 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55913

0x3E28

Command 25 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 26
55914

0x3E29

Command 26 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55915

0x3E2A

Command 26 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55916

0x3E2B

Command 26 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55917

0x3E2C

Command 26 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 27
55918

0x3E2D

Command 27 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55919

0x3E2E

Command 27 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55920

0x3E2F

Command 27 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55921

0x3E30

Command 27 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 28
55922

0x3E31

Command 28 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55923

0x3E32

Command 28 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55924

0x3E33

Command 28 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55925

0x3E34

Command 28 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 29
55926

0x3E35

Command 29 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55927

0x3E36

Command 29 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55928

0x3E37

Command 29 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55929

0x3E38

Command 29 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 30
55930

0x3E39

Command 30 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55931

0x3E3A

Command 30 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55932

0x3E3B

Command 30 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55933

0x3E3C

Command 30 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

IEC103 Command 31
55934

0x3E3D

Command 31 Func Type

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55935

0x3E3E

Command 31 Info Num

255

F0

Y Y Y Y

55936

0x3E3F

Command 31 ON

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

55937

0x3E40

Command 31 OFF

143

FC230

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

CHAPTER 11: MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

GGIO1 Indications
55950

0x3E4D

GGIO1 Indication 1

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55952

0x3E4F

GGIO1 Indication 2

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55954

0x3E51

GGIO1 Indication 3

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55956

0x3E53

GGIO1 Indication 4

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55958

0x3E55

GGIO1 Indication 5

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55960

0x3E57

GGIO1 Indication 6

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55962

0x3E59

GGIO1 Indication 7

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55964

0x3E5B

GGIO1 Indication 8

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55966

0x3E5D

GGIO1 Indication 9

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55968

0x3E5F

GGIO1 Indication 10

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55970

0x3E61

GGIO1 Indication 11

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55972

0x3E63

GGIO1 Indication 12

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55974

0x3E65

GGIO1 Indication 13

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55976

0x3E67

GGIO1 Indication 14

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55978

0x3E69

GGIO1 Indication 15

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55980

0x3E6B

GGIO1 Indication 16

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55982

0x3E6D

GGIO1 Indication 17

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55984

0x3E6F

GGIO1 Indication 18

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55986

0x3E71

GGIO1 Indication 19

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55988

0x3E73

GGIO1 Indication 20

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55990

0x3E75

GGIO1 Indication 21

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55992

0x3E77

GGIO1 Indication 22

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55994

0x3E79

GGIO1 Indication 23

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55996

0x3E7B

GGIO1 Indication 24

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

55998

0x3E7D

GGIO1 Indication 25

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56000

0x3E7F

GGIO1 Indication 26

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56002

0x3E81

GGIO1 Indication 27

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56004

0x3E83

GGIO1 Indication 28

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56006

0x3E85

GGIO1 Indication 29

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56008

0x3E87

GGIO1 Indication 30

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56010

0x3E89

GGIO1 Indication 31

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56012

0x3E8B

GGIO1 Indication 32

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56014

0x3E8D

GGIO1 Indication 33

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56016

0x3E8F

GGIO1 Indication 34

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56018

0x3E91

GGIO1 Indication 35

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56020

0x3E93

GGIO1 Indication 36

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56022

0x3E95

GGIO1 Indication 37

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56024

0x3E97

GGIO1 Indication 38

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56026

0x3E99

GGIO1 Indication 39

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56028

0x3E9B

GGIO1 Indication 40

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56030

0x3E9D

GGIO1 Indication 41

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56032

0x3E9F

GGIO1 Indication 42

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56034

0x3EA1

GGIO1 Indication 43

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56036

0x3EA3

GGIO1 Indication 44

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

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MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

56038

0x3EA5

GGIO1 Indication 45

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56040

0x3EA7

GGIO1 Indication 46

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56042

0x3EA9

GGIO1 Indication 47

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56044

0x3EAB

GGIO1 Indication 48

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56046

0x3EAD GGIO1 Indication 49

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56048

0x3EAF

GGIO1 Indication 50

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56050

0x3EB1

GGIO1 Indication 51

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56052

0x3EB3

GGIO1 Indication 52

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56054

0x3EB5

GGIO1 Indication 53

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56056

0x3EB7

GGIO1 Indication 54

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56058

0x3EB9

GGIO1 Indication 55

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56060

0x3EBB

GGIO1 Indication 56

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56062

0x3EBD GGIO1 Indication 57

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56064

0x3EBF

GGIO1 Indication 58

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56066

0x3EC1

GGIO1 Indication 59

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56068

0x3EC3

GGIO1 Indication 60

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56070

0x3EC5

GGIO1 Indication 61

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56072

0x3EC7

GGIO1 Indication 62

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56074

0x3EC9

GGIO1 Indication 63

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56076

0x3ECB

GGIO1 Indication 64

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

16

F0

Y Y Y Y

Transient Recorder Setup


56110

0x3EED

Number of Records

56111

0x3EEE

Samples per Cycle

FC182

Y Y Y Y

56112

0x3EEF

Trigger Mode

FC181

Y Y Y Y

56113

0x3EF0

Trigger Position

100

F0

20

Y Y Y Y

56114

0x3EF1

Trigger Source

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56116

0x3EF3

Trigger on Any Pickup

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

56117

0x3EF4

Trigger on Any Operate

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

56118

0x3EF5

Trigger on Trip

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

56119

0x3EF6

Trigger on Alarm

FC126A

Y Y Y Y

56120

0x3EF7

Digital Input 1

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56122

0x3EF9

Digital Input 2

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56124

0x3EFB

Digital Input 3

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56126

0x3EFD

Digital Input 4

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56128

0x3EFF

Digital Input 5

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56130

0x3F01

Digital Input 6

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56132

0x3F03

Digital Input 7

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56134

0x3F05

Digital Input 8

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56136

0x3F07

Digital Input 9

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56138

0x3F09

Digital Input 10

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56140

0x3F0B

Digital Input 11

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56142

0x3F0D

Digital Input 12

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56144

0x3F0F

Digital Input 13

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56146

0x3F11

Digital Input 14

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56148

0x3F13

Digital Input 15

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

56150

0x3F15

Digital Input 16

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56152

0x3F17

Digital Input 17

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56154

0x3F19

Digital Input 18

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56156

0x3F1B

Digital Input 19

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56158

0x3F1D

Digital Input 20

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56160

0x3F1F

Digital Input 21

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56162

0x3F21

Digital Input 22

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56164

0x3F23

Digital Input 23

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56166

0x3F25

Digital Input 24

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56168

0x3F27

Digital Input 25

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56170

0x3F29

Digital Input 26

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56172

0x3F2B

Digital Input 27

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56174

0x3F2D

Digital Input 28

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56176

0x3F2F

Digital Input 29

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56178

0x3F31

Digital Input 30

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56180

0x3F33

Digital Input 31

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56182

0x3F35

Digital Input 32

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56184

0x3F37

Analog Input 1

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56185

0x3F38

Analog Input 2

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56186

0x3F39

Analog Input 3

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56187

0x3F3A

Analog Input 4

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56188

0x3F3B

Analog Input 5

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56189

0x3F3C

Analog Input 6

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56190

0x3F3D

Analog Input 7

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56191

0x3F3E

Analog Input 8

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56192

0x3F3F

Analog Input 9

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56193

0x3F40

Analog Input 10

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56194

0x3F41

Analog Input 11

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56195

0x3F42

Analog Input 12

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56196

0x3F43

Analog Input 13

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56197

0x3F44

Analog Input 14

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56198

0x3F45

Analog Input 15

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56199

0x3F46

Analog Input 16

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

Data Logger
56210

0x3F51

Function

FC186

Y Y Y Y

56211

0x3F52

Trigger

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56213

0x3F54

Trigger Position

50

F0

20

Y Y Y Y

56214

0x3F55

Rate

FC183

Y Y Y Y

56215

0x3F56

Channel 1 Source

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56216

0x3F57

Channel 2 Source

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56217

0x3F58

Channel 3 Source

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56218

0x3F59

Channel 4 Source

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56219

0x3F5A

Channel 5 Source

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56220

0x3F5B

Channel 6 Source

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56221

0x3F5C

Channel 7 Source

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

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MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

56222

0x3F5D

35903

FC273

56223

0x3F5E

Channel 9 Source

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56224

0x3F5F

Channel 10 Source

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56225

0x3F60

Channel 11 Source

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56226

0x3F61

Channel 12 Source

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56227

0x3F62

Channel 13 Source

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56228

0x3F63

Channel 14 Source

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56229

0x3F64

Channel 15 Source

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56230

0x3F65

Channel 16 Source

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56231

0x3F66

Channel 1 Mode

FC187

Y Y Y Y

56232

0x3F67

Channel 2 Mode

FC187

Y Y Y Y

56233

0x3F68

Channel 3 Mode

FC187

Y Y Y Y

56234

0x3F69

Channel 4 Mode

FC187

Y Y Y Y

56235

0x3F6A

Channel 5 Mode

FC187

Y Y Y Y

56236

0x3F6B

Channel 6 Mode

FC187

Y Y Y Y

56237

0x3F6C

Channel 7 Mode

FC187

Y Y Y Y

56238

0x3F6D

Channel 8 Mode

FC187

Y Y Y Y

56239

0x3F6E

Channel 9 Mode

FC187

Y Y Y Y

56240

0x3F6F

Channel 10 Mode

FC187

Y Y Y Y

56241

0x3F70

Channel 11 Mode

FC187

Y Y Y Y

56242

0x3F71

Channel 12 Mode

FC187

Y Y Y Y

56243

0x3F72

Channel 13 Mode

FC187

Y Y Y Y

56244

0x3F73

Channel 14 Mode

FC187

Y Y Y Y

56245

0x3F74

Channel 15 Mode

FC187

Y Y Y Y

56246

0x3F75

Channel 16 Mode

FC187

Y Y Y Y

Channel 8 Source

Y Y Y Y

Fault Report 1
56260

0x3F83

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

56261

0x3F84

Pre-Fault Trigger

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

0x800A02 2

Y Y Y Y

56263

0x3F86

Fault Trigger

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

0x800002 2

Y Y Y Y

56265

0x3F88

Analog Channel 1

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56266

0x3F89

Analog Channel 2

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56267

0x3F8A

Analog Channel 3

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56268

0x3F8B

Analog Channel 4

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56269

0x3F8C

Analog Channel 5

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56270

0x3F8D

Analog Channel 6

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56271

0x3F8E

Analog Channel 7

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56272

0x3F8F

Analog Channel 8

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56273

0x3F90

Analog Channel 9

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56274

0x3F91

Analog Channel 10

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56275

0x3F92

Analog Channel 11

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56276

0x3F93

Analog Channel 12

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56277

0x3F94

Analog Channel 13

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56278

0x3F95

Analog Channel 14

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56279

0x3F96

Analog Channel 15

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56280

0x3F97

Analog Channel 16

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

56281

0x3F98

Analog Channel 17

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56282

0x3F99

Analog Channel 18

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56283

0x3F9A

Analog Channel 19

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56284

0x3F9B

Analog Channel 20

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56285

0x3F9C

Analog Channel 21

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56286

0x3F9D

Analog Channel 22

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56287

0x3F9E

Analog Channel 23

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56288

0x3F9F

Analog Channel 24

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56289

0x3FA0

Analog Channel 25

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56290

0x3FA1

Analog Channel 26

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56291

0x3FA2

Analog Channel 27

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56292

0x3FA3

Analog Channel 28

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56293

0x3FA4

Analog Channel 29

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56294

0x3FA5

Analog Channel 30

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56295

0x3FA6

Analog Channel 31

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56296

0x3FA7

Analog Channel 32

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y
Y

Fault Locator
56371

0x3FF2

Trigger

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

56373

0x3FF4

Units of Length

FC268

56374

0x3FF5

Length of Feeder

999

F1

56375

0x3FF6

Length of Feeder

999

56376

0x3FF7

Z_1 (Resistive) of Feeder

25000

ohms

F1

F2

56377

0x3FF8

Z_1 (Inductive) of Feeder

25000

ohms

F2

56378

0x3FF9

Z_0 (Resistive) of Feeder

65000

ohms

F2

56379

0x3FFA

Z_0 (Inductive) of Feeder

65000

ohms

F2

56380

0x3FFB

VT Substitution

FC269

56381

0x3FFC

Z_0 (Resistive) of System

9999

ohms

F2

56382

0x3FFD

Z_0 (Inductive) of System 1

9999

ohms

F2

65535

F60_26

In Service

13

Y Y Y Y

Programmable LED 1
56400

0x400F

LED 1 Name

56413

0x401C

LED 1 Color

FC157

Y Y Y Y

56414

0x401D

LED 1 Trigger

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

0x801802 2

Y Y Y Y

56416

0x401F

LED 1 Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

Programmable LED 2
56417

0x4020

LED 2 Name

65535

F60_26

Trip

13

Y Y Y Y

56430

0x402D

LED 2 Color

FC157

Y Y Y Y

56431

0x402E

LED 2 Trigger

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

0x800002 2

Y Y Y Y

56433

0x4030

LED 2 Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

Programmable LED 3
56434

0x4031

LED 3 Name

65535

F60_26

Alarm

13

Y Y Y Y

56447

0x403E

LED 3 Color

FC157

Y Y Y Y

56448

0x403F

LED 3 Trigger

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

0x800202 2

Y Y Y Y

56450

0x4041

LED 3 Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

65535

F60_26

Pickup

13

Y Y Y Y

Programmable LED 4
56451

11-136

0x4042

LED 4 Name

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

56464

0x404F

LED 4 Color

FC157

Y Y Y Y

56465

0x4050

LED 4 Trigger

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

0x800A02 2

Y Y Y Y

56467

0x4052

LED 4 Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

Programmable LED 5
56468

0x4053

LED 5 Name

65535

F60_26

Test Mode 13

Y Y Y Y

56481

0x4060

LED 5 Color

FC157

Y Y Y Y

56482

0x4061

LED 5 Trigger

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

0x801A02 2

Y Y Y Y

56484

0x4063

LED 5 Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

Programmable LED 6
56485

0x4064

LED 6 Name

65535

F60_26

Message

13

Y Y Y Y

56498

0x4071

LED 6 Color

FC157

Y Y Y Y

56499

0x4072

LED 6 Trigger

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

0x801602 2

Y Y Y Y

56501

0x4074

LED 6 Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

65535

F60_26

Local
Mode

13

Y Y Y Y

Programmable LED 7
56502

0x4075

LED 7 Name

56515

0x4082

LED 7 Color

FC157

Y Y Y Y

56516

0x4083

LED 7 Trigger

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

0x81FA08 2

Y Y Y Y

56518

0x4085

LED 7 Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

Programmable LED 8
56519

0x4086

LED 8 Name

65535

F60_26

BKR Open 13

Y Y Y Y

56532

0x4093

LED 8 Color

FC157

Y Y Y Y

56533

0x4094

LED 8 Trigger

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

0x803A02 2

Y Y Y Y

56535

0x4096

LED 8 Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

65535

F60_26

BKR
Closed

13

Y Y Y Y

Programmable LED 9
56536

0x4097

LED 9 Name

56549

0x40A4

LED 9 Color

FC157

Y Y Y Y

56550

0x40A5

LED 9 Trigger

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

0x803802 2

Y Y Y Y

56552

0x40A7

LED 9 Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

65535

F60_26

LED 10

13

Y Y Y Y

Programmable LED 10
56553

0x40A8

LED 10 Name

56566

0x40B5

LED 10 Color

FC157

Y Y Y Y

56567

0x40B6

LED 10 Trigger

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56569

0x40B8

LED 10 Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

65535

F60_26

LED 11

13

Y Y Y Y

Programmable LED 11
56570

0x40B9

LED 11 Name

56583

0x40C6

LED 11 Color

FC157

Y Y Y Y

56584

0x40C7

LED 11 Trigger

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56586

0x40C9

LED 11 Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

65535

F60_26

LED 12

13

Y Y Y Y

Programmable LED 12
56587

0x40CA

LED 12 Name

56600

0x40D7

LED 12 Color

FC157

Y Y Y Y

56601

0x40D8

LED 12 Trigger

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56603

0x40DA LED 12 Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

Programmable LED 13

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

56604

65535

F60_26

LED 13

13

0x40DB LED 13 Name

Y Y Y Y

56617

0x40E8

LED 13 Color

FC157

Y Y Y Y

56618

0x40E9

LED 13 Trigger

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56620

0x40EB

LED 13 Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

65535

F60_26

LED 14

13

Y Y Y Y

Programmable LED 14
56621

0x40EC

LED 14 Name

56634

0x40F9

LED 14 Color

FC157

Y Y Y Y

56635

0x40FA

LED 14 Trigger

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56637

0x40FC

LED 14 Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

Programmable LED 15
56638

0x40FD

LED 15 Name

65535

F60_26

PB 1

13

Y Y Y Y

56651

0x410A

LED 15 Color

FC157

Y Y Y Y

56652

0x410B

LED 15 Trigger

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

0x802002 2

Y Y Y Y

56654

0x410D

LED 15 Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

Programmable LED 16
56655

0x410E

LED 16 Name

65535

F60_26

PB 2

13

Y Y Y Y

56668

0x411B

LED 16 Color

FC157

Y Y Y Y

56669

0x411C

LED 16 Trigger

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

0x802202 2

Y Y Y Y

56671

0x411E

LED 16 Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

Programmable LED 17
56672

0x411F

LED 17 Name

65535

F60_26

PB 3

13

Y Y Y Y

56685

0x412C

LED 17 Color

FC157

Y Y Y Y

56686

0x412D

LED 17 Trigger

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

0x802402 2

Y Y Y Y

56688

0x412F

LED 17 Type

FC199

Y Y Y Y

Programmable Pushbutton 1
56700

0x413B

Function

FC101

56701

0x413C

ID Text

65535

F60_26

Open BKR 13

Y Y Y Y

56714

0x4149

ON Text

65535

F60_26

PB1 On

13

Y Y Y Y

56727

0x4156

OFF Text

65535

F60_26

PB1 Off

13

Y Y Y Y

56740

0x4163

Hold Pressed

100

F1

Y Y Y Y

56741

0x4164

Autoreset

FC126

Y Y Y Y

56742

0x4165

Autoreset Delay

6000

F1

10

Y Y Y Y

56743

0x4166

Lock

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56745

0x4168

Dropout Time

6000

56746

0x4169

Events

s
s
s

Y Y Y Y

F1

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Programmable Pushbutton 2
56748

0x416B

Function

FC101

56749

0x416C

ID Text

65535

F60_26

Close BKR 13

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

56762

0x4179

ON Text

65535

F60_26

PB2 On

13

Y Y Y Y

56775

0x4186

OFF Text

65535

F60_26

PB2 Off

13

Y Y Y Y

56788

0x4193

Hold Pressed

100

F1

Y Y Y Y

56789

0x4194

Autoreset

FC126

Y Y Y Y

56790

0x4195

Autoreset Delay

6000

F1

10

Y Y Y Y

56791

0x4196

Lock

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56793

0x4198

Dropout Time

6000

F1

Y Y Y Y

11-138

s
s
s

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MODBUS MEMORY MAP

Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

56794

FC126

0x4199

Events

Y Y Y Y

Programmable Pushbutton 3
56796

0x419B

Function

FC101

Y Y Y Y

56797

0x419C

ID Text

65535

F60_26

F1

13

Y Y Y Y

56810

0x41A9

ON Text

65535

F60_26

PB3 On

13

Y Y Y Y

56823

0x41B6

OFF Text

65535

F60_26

PB3 Off

13

Y Y Y Y

56836

0x41C3

Hold Pressed

100

56837

0x41C4

Autoreset

F1

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

56838

0x41C5

Autoreset Delay

6000

F1

10

Y Y Y Y

56839

0x41C6

Lock

0xFFFFFFFF

56841

0x41C8

Dropout Time

6000

FC142

Y Y Y Y

F1

56842

0x41C9

Events

Y Y Y Y

FC126

Y Y Y Y

0x41DB Flash Message Time

10

F0

Y Y Y Y

56861

0x41DC Message Timeout

10

900

56862

0x41DD Screen Saver

F0

30

Y Y Y Y

FC126A

56864

0x41DF

Temperature Display

Y Y Y Y

FC119

Y Y Y Y

56865

0x41E0

Target Auto Navigation

FC126

Y Y Y Y

Function

FC126

Y Y Y Y

s
s

Front Panel Properties


56860

Default Screens
56880

0x41EF

56882

0x41F1

Display Time

900

F0

10

Y Y Y Y

56883

0x41F2

Default Screen 1

95

FC290

Y Y Y Y

56884

0x41F3

Default Screen 2

95

FC290

Y Y Y Y

56885

0x41F4

Default Screen 3

95

FC290

Y Y Y Y

56900

0x4203

Reset Input 1

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56902

0x4205

Reset Input 2

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

56904

0x4207

Reset Input 3

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

Resetting

Installation
56920

0x4217

Device Name

65535

F60_26

Relay 1

13

Y Y Y Y

56933

0x4224

Device In Service

FC114

Y Y Y Y

56934

0x4225

Service Command

65535

F0

Y Y Y Y

Event Data
56950

0x4235

Parameter 1

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56951

0x4236

Parameter 2

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56952

0x4237

Parameter 3

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56953

0x4238

Parameter 4

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56954

0x4239

Parameter 5

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56955

0x423A

Parameter 6

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56956

0x423B

Parameter 7

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56957

0x423C

Parameter 8

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56958

0x423D

Parameter 9

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56959

0x423E

Parameter 10

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56960

0x423F

Parameter 11

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56961

0x4240

Parameter 12

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

56962

0x4241

Parameter 13

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56963

0x4242

Parameter 14

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56964

0x4243

Parameter 15

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56965

0x4244

Parameter 16

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56966

0x4245

Parameter 17

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56967

0x4246

Parameter 18

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56968

0x4247

Parameter 19

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56969

0x4248

Parameter 20

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56970

0x4249

Parameter 21

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56971

0x424A

Parameter 22

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56972

0x424B

Parameter 23

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56973

0x424C

Parameter 24

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56974

0x424D

Parameter 25

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56975

0x424E

Parameter 26

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56976

0x424F

Parameter 27

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56977

0x4250

Parameter 28

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56978

0x4251

Parameter 29

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56979

0x4252

Parameter 30

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56980

0x4253

Parameter 31

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56981

0x4254

Parameter 32

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56982

0x4255

Parameter 33

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56983

0x4256

Parameter 34

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56984

0x4257

Parameter 35

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56985

0x4258

Parameter 36

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56986

0x4259

Parameter 37

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56987

0x425A

Parameter 38

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56988

0x425B

Parameter 39

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56989

0x425C

Parameter 40

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56990

0x425D

Parameter 41

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56991

0x425E

Parameter 42

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56992

0x425F

Parameter 43

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56993

0x4260

Parameter 44

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56994

0x4261

Parameter 45

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56995

0x4262

Parameter 46

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56996

0x4263

Parameter 47

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56997

0x4264

Parameter 48

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56998

0x4265

Parameter 49

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

56999

0x4266

Parameter 50

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

57000

0x4267

Parameter 51

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

57001

0x4268

Parameter 52

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

57002

0x4269

Parameter 53

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

57003

0x426A

Parameter 54

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

57004

0x426B

Parameter 55

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

57005

0x426C

Parameter 56

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

57006

0x426D

Parameter 57

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

57007

0x426E

Parameter 58

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

57008

0x426F

Parameter 59

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

57009

0x4270

Parameter 60

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

57010

0x4271

Parameter 61

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

57011

0x4272

Parameter 62

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

57012

0x4273

Parameter 63

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

57013

0x4274

Parameter 64

35903

FC273

Y Y Y Y

65535

F60_26

BSG3

13

Y Y Y Y

Remote Modbus Device 1


57080

0x42B7

Device Name

57093

0x42C4

Device Type

FC392

Y Y Y Y

57107

0x42D2

IP Address

0xFFFFFFFF

F70

Y Y Y Y

57109

0x42D4

Slave Address

254

F0

254

Y Y Y Y

57110

0x42D5

Modbus Port

10000

F0

502

Y Y Y Y

57111

0x42D6

Poll Mode

FC393

Y Y Y Y

57112

0x42D7

Function

FC186

Y Y Y Y

57113

0x42D8

Poll Rate

120

F0

Y Y Y Y

57114

0x42D9

Trigger

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

Y Y Y Y

CT Bank Name

65535

F60_26

CT Bank 1 13
-J1

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y

min

Current 1 - J1
59000

0x4A37

59013

0x4A44

Phase CT Primary

12000

59014

0x4A45

Phase CT Secondary

59015

0x4A46

Ground CT Primary

12000

CT Bank Name

65535

A
A

F0

500

FC258

Y Y Y Y

F0

500

Y Y Y Y

F60_26

CT Bank 2 13
-K1

Current 2 - K1
59019

0x4A4A

59032

0x4A57

Phase CT Primary

12000

F0

500

59034

0x4A59

Ground CT Primary

12000

F0

500

59036

0x4A5B

Sens. Ground CT Primary 1

12000

F0

500

F60_26

CT Bank 3 13
-K2

Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y
Y Y
Y Y Y

Current 3 - K2
59038

0x4A5D CT Bank Name

65535

Y Y

59051

0x4A6A

Phase CT Primary

12000

F0

500

Y Y

59053

0x4A6C

Ground CT Primary

12000

F0

500

Y Y

Voltage 1 - J2
59070

0x4A7D Phase VT Bank Name

65535

F60_26

Ph VT
Bnk1-J2

13

Y Y Y Y

59083

0x4A8A

FC106

Y Y Y Y

Phase VT Connection

59084

0x4A8B

Phase VT Secondary

100

2400

F1

1200

Y Y Y Y

59085

0x4A8C

Phase VT Ratio

100

500000

F12

100

Y Y Y Y

59087

0x4A8E

Aux. VT Name

65535

F60_26

Ax VT
Bnk1-J2

13

Y Y Y Y

59100

0x4A9B

Aux. VT Connection

FC176

Y Y Y Y

59101

0x4A9C

Aux. VT Secondary

100

2400

F1

1200

Y Y Y Y

59102

0x4A9D Aux. VT Ratio

100

500000

F12

100

Y Y Y Y

Voltage 2 - K2

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

59104

0x4A9F

Phase VT Bank Name

65535

F60_26

Ph VT
Bnk2-K2

13

59117

0x4AAC

Phase VT Connection

FC106

59118

0x4AAD Phase VT Secondary

100

2400

F1

1200

59119

0x4AAE

Phase VT Ratio

100

500000

F12

100

59121

0x4AB0

Aux. VT Name

65535

F60_26

Ax VT
Bnk2-K2

13

59134

0x4ABD Aux. VT Connection

FC176

59135

0x4ABE

Aux. VT Secondary

100

2400

F1

1200

59136

0x4ABF

Aux. VT Ratio

100

500000

F12

100

Phase CT&VT Polarity

FC259

Y Y

0x4AD4 Phase CT&VT Polarity

FC259

Power Sensing 1
59152

0x4ACF

Power Sensing 2
59157

Power System
59170

0x4AE1

Nominal Frequency

FC107

Y Y Y Y

59171

0x4AE2

Phase Rotation

FC124A

Y Y Y Y

59174

0x4AE5

Frequency Tracking

FC126

Y Y Y Y
Y

59175

0x4AE6

Cost of Energy

1000

59178

0x4AE9

Voltage Freq Tracking


Source

0x12

0x22

c/kWh

F1

50

FC103A

0x12

F0

100

F2

100

Motor Setup
59190

0x4AF5

Motor Full Load Amps


(FLA)

5000

59191

0x4AF6

Motor Overload Factor

100

150

59192

0x4AF7

Motor Nameplate Voltage 100

50000

F0

600

59193

0x4AF8

Emergency Restart

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

59195

0x4AFA

Number of Starts to Learn 1

F0

59196

0x4AFB

Load Average Calc. Period 1

90

59197

0x4AFC

Switching Device Type

59198

0x4AFD

Motor Load Filter Interval 0

32

F0

59199

0x4AFE

2-Speed Motor Protection 0

FC126

59200

0x4AFF

Speed2 Motor Switch

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

59202

0x4B01

Speed2 Switch 2-1 Delay 0

60000

F2

500

59203

0x4B02

Speed2 CT Primary

12000

F0

500

59204

0x4B03

Speed2 Motor FLA

5000

F0

100

F0

Hp

F0

4000

59205

0x4B04

Number of Poles

64

59206

0x4B05

Motor Horsepower

100

15000

min
cycles

F0

15

FC137

VFD
59230

0x4B1D Function

FC126

59231

0x4B1E

Bypass Switch

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

59233

0x4B20

Starting Frequency

30

720

Hz

F1

100

Motor Running Hours

100000

hrs

F10

Motor Preset Values


59250

0x4B31

59252

0x4B33

Pos Watt Hours

4294967295

MWh

F13

59254

0x4B35

Neg Watt Hours

4294967295

MWh

F13

59256

0x4B37

Pos Var Hours

4294967295

Mvarh

F13

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

59258

4294967295

F13

FC369

F13

100000

0x4B39

Neg Var Hours

Mvarh

Transformer General Setup


59280

0x4B4F

Phase Compensation

59281

0x4B50

Load Loss at Rated Load

20000000

59283

0x4B52

Rated Wndg Temp Rise

59284

0x4B53

No Load loss

20000000

59286

0x4B55

Type of Cooling

59287

0x4B56

Top Oil Rise over Ambient 1

200

59288

0x4B57

Xfmr Thermal Capacity

59289

0x4B58

Wndg Thermal Time


Constant

59290

0x4B59

59291

0x4B5A

kW

FC367

kW

F13

10000

FC368

?C

F0

35

20000

kWh/?C F2

100

25

1500

min

F2

200

Energization Winding
Source

FC102A

Year of Manufacture

1950

2100

F0

1950

FC102

Y Y

Transformer Winding 1
59310

0x4B6D Signal Input

59311

0x4B6E

Rated MVA

2000000

MVA

F13

5000

Y Y

59313

0x4B70

Nominal Ph-Ph Voltage

1000000

kV

F13

13800

Y Y

59315

0x4B72

Connection

FC375

Y Y

59317

0x4B74

Grounding

FC376

Y Y

59318

0x4B75

Wndg Resistance (3-ph)

1000000

F14

100000

Y Y

ohms

Transformer Winding 2
59326

0x4B7D Signal Input

FC102

Y Y

59327

0x4B7E

Rated MVA

2000000

MVA

F13

5000

Y Y

59329

0x4B80

Nominal Ph-Ph Voltage

1000000

kV

F13

13800

Y Y

59331

0x4B82

Connection

FC375

Y Y

59332

0x4B83

Angle With Respect To W1 0

11

FC377

Y Y

59333

0x4B84

Grounding

FC376

Y Y

59334

0x4B85

Wndg Resistance (3-ph)

1000000

F14

100000

Y Y

ohms

Transformer Winding 3
59342

0x4B8D Signal Input

FC102

59343

0x4B8E

Rated MVA

2000000

MVA

F13

5000

59345

0x4B90

Nominal Ph-Ph Voltage

1000000

kV

F13

13800

59347

0x4B92

Connection

FC375

59348

0x4B93

Angle With Respect To W1 0

11

FC377

59349

0x4B94

Grounding

FC376

59350

0x4B95

Wndg Resistance (3-ph)

1000000

F14

100000

ohms

Xfmr Status Detection


59380

0x4BB3

Sensing by Breakers
Open

FC126

59381

0x4BB4

All Breakers Open

0xFFFFFFFF

FC142

59383

0x4BB6

Sensing by Voltage

0x22

FC103E

59384

0x4BB7

Minimum Voltage

50

99

F2

85

59385

0x4BB8

Current Supervision

FC126

59386

0x4BB9

Minimum Current

20

500

F3

50

x VT
x CT

Thermal Inputs

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

59400

0x4BC7

Winding Currents

FC102A

59401

0x4BC8

Ambient Temperature

30

FC370

59402

0x4BC9

Ambient Temp Avg - Jan

-60

60

?C

F20

-20

59403

0x4BCA Ambient Temp Avg - Feb

-60

60

?C

F20

-20

59404

0x4BCB Ambient Temp Avg - Mar

-60

60

?C

F20

-10

59405

0x4BCC Ambient Temp Avg - Apr

-60

60

?C

F20

10

59406

0x4BCD Ambient Temp Avg - May -60

60

?C

F20

20

59407

0x4BCE

Ambient Temp Avg - Jun

-60

60

?C

F20

30

59408

0x4BCF

Ambient Temp Avg - Jul

-60

60

?C

F20

30

59409

0x4BD0 Ambient Temp Avg - Aug

-60

60

?C

F20

30

59410

0x4BD1 Ambient Temp Avg - Sep

-60

60

?C

F20

20

59411

0x4BD2 Ambient Temp Avg - Oct

-60

60

?C

F20

10

59412

0x4BD3 Ambient Temp Avg - Nov

-60

60

?C

F20

10

59413

0x4BD4 Ambient Temp Avg - Dec

-60

60

?C

F20

-10

59414

0x4BD5 Top Oil Temperature

30

FC371

FC126

Tap Changer
59430

0x4BE5

Tap Position Detection

59431

0x4BE6

TC Winding Currents

FC102B

59432

0x4BE7

Tap Detection Input

FC372

59433

0x4BE8

Min Tap

-19

35

F20

-16

59434

0x4BE9

Neutral Tap

-17

37

F20

59435

0x4BEA

Max Tap

39

F0

16

59436

0x4BEB

Min Tap Voltage

2000000

kV

F12

6100

59438

0x4BED Voltage Increment per


Tap

2000

kV

F2

50

59439

0x4BEE

Ohms at Min Tap

5100

ohms

F0

33

59440

0x4BEF

Ohms at Max Tap

5100

ohms

F0

1089

59441

0x4BF0

dcmA at Min Tap

20000

mA

F3

4000

59442

0x4BF1

dcmA at Max Tap

20000

mA

F3

18000

59443

0x4BF2

BCD Bit 1 Input

0xF1F

FC241

59445

0x4BF4

BCD Bit 2 Input

0xF1F

FC241

59447

0x4BF6

BCD Bit 3 Input

0xF1F

FC241

59449

0x4BF8

BCD Bit 4 Input

0xF1F

FC241

59451

0x4BFA

BCD Bit 5 Input

0xF1F

FC241

59453

0x4BFC

BCD Bit 6 Input

0xF1F

FC241

59455

0x4BFE

Inverse Tap Position

FC126

59456

0x4BFF

Events

FC126

59457

0x4C00

Targets

FC101

F13

50000

F2

85

Generator System Settings


59470

0x4C0D Rated MVA

2000000

59472

0x4C0F

Rated Power Factor

99

MVA

59473

0x4C10

Rated Phase-Phase
Voltage

300000

F11

138000

59475

0x4C12

Average Calc. Period

90

min

F0

15

Name

65535

F60_26

BKR1

13

Breaker Settings 1
59490

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0x4C21

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

59503

0x21F

FC266

0x4C2E

Contact Input 52a

Y Y Y Y

59505

0x4C30

Contact Input 52b

0x21F

FC266

Y Y Y Y

59507

0x4C32

Connected

0x21F

FC266

Y Y Y Y

59509

0x4C34

Trip Relay Select

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198F

Y Y

59511

0x4C36

Close Relay Select

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198G 2

Y Y Y Y

Breaker Settings 2
59523

0x4C42

Name

65535

F60_26

BKR2

13

Y Y

59536

0x4C4F

Contact Input 52a

0x21F

FC266

Y Y

59538

0x4C51

Contact Input 52b

0x21F

FC266

Y Y

59540

0x4C53

Connected

0x21F

FC266

Y Y

59542

0x4C55

Trip Relay Select

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198F

Y Y

59544

0x4C57

Close Relay Select

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198G 0

Y Y

Breaker Settings 3
59556

0x4C63

Name

65535

F60_26

BKR3

13

59569

0x4C70

Contact Input 52a

0x21F

FC266

59571

0x4C72

Contact Input 52b

0x21F

FC266

59573

0x4C74

Connected

0x21F

FC266

59575

0x4C76

Trip Relay Select

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198F

59577

0x4C78

Close Relay Select

0xFFFFFFFF

FC198G 0

F60_26

FlexCurve 13
A

Y Y Y Y

FlexCurve 1
59610

0x4C99

FlexCurve Name

65535

59623

0x4CA6

FlexCurve A Time
0.00xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

59625

0x4CA8

FlexCurve A Time
0.05xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

59627

0x4CAA FlexCurve A Time


0.10xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

59629

0x4CAC FlexCurve A Time


0.15xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

59631

0x4CAE

FlexCurve A Time
0.20xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

59633

0x4CB0

FlexCurve A Time
0.25xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

59635

0x4CB2

FlexCurve A Time
0.30xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

59637

0x4CB4

FlexCurve A Time
0.35xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

59639

0x4CB6

FlexCurve A Time
0.40xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

59641

0x4CB8

FlexCurve A Time
0.45xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

59643

0x4CBA FlexCurve A Time


0.48xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

59645

0x4CBC FlexCurve A Time


0.50xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

59647

0x4CBE

FlexCurve A Time
0.52xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

59649

0x4CC0

FlexCurve A Time
0.54xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

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Modbus Hex
Description
Address Address

Min

Max

Step Units

Format
Code

Factory
Default

Size in 8 8 8 8
Words 5 6 8 4
0 9 9 5

59651

0x4CC2

FlexCurve A Time
0.56xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

59653

0x4CC4

FlexCurve A Time
0.58xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

59655

0x4CC6

FlexCurve A Time
0.60xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

59657

0x4CC8

FlexCurve A Time
0.62xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

59659

0x4CCA FlexCurve A Time


0.64xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

59661

0x4CCC FlexCurve A Time


0.66xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

59663

0x4CCE

FlexCurve A Time
0.68xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

59665

0x4CD0 FlexCurve A Time


0.70xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

59667

0x4CD2 FlexCurve A Time


0.72xPKP

6000000

ms

F10

Y Y Y Y

59669