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Table of Contents

Overview of C Command Elite

4

Typical Layout

4

Customer Interface Box Installation

6

Mechanical Installation

6

Electrical Connections

9

Vessel Terminal Strip Connections

11

CIB Jumpers

21

Direct DCU Connections

22

CIB Logic Unit (CLU) Relay Contacts

26

First Power On

28

Configuration Notes

30

Web Server Configuration

34

Communication Interface List

60

RP 410 Remote Panel Installation

61

General Overview

62

Electrical Connections

63

System Configuration Icon Selections

64

C Command Elite Plus Modules

68

Elite Plus Specific Features

68

SDU 410 Safety Unit

69

RIO 410 Expansion I/O Unit

70

Installation and Validation Procedure

71

CIB Installation

71

Panel System Validation

72

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Document Information

Valid Versions

This Installation Manual is valid for the following firmware releases of the DCU 410 and the RP 410:

 

From

To

Firmware

Release

Firmware

Release

DCU 410

1.1

Mar 2008

1.5

Nov 2009

RP 410

1.0

Mar 2008

1.5

Nov 2009

Manual Revisions

Title:

C Command Elite Series Installation Manual

Printed:

January 2010

Revision:

0

Copyrights and Trademarks

Information given in this document may change without prior notice. This document should not be copied without written permission from Cummins Inc.

All trademarks acknowledged.

Contact Information

The following websites can be used as service locators.

U.S. & Canada

Worldwide

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About this manual

This manual has been published primarily for professionals and qualified personnel. The user of this material is assumed to have basic knowledge in marine systems, and must be able to carry out related electrical work.

Work on the low-voltage circuit should only be carried out by qualified and experienced personnel. Installation or work on the shore power equipment must only be carried out by electricians authorized to work with such installations.

Responsibilities

The Installer is expected to use only approved materials and accessories to make sure that the installation meets all applicable rules. Please refer to the Cummins Marine Website for all applicable Marine Application Bulletin and Installation Direction information.

NOTE:

Cummins Inc continuously upgrades its products and reserves the right to make changes and improvements without prior notice.

All information in this manual is based upon information at the time of printing.

For updated information, please contact your local distributor.

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Overview of C Command Elite 3

Overview of C Command Elite

Typical Layout

Overview of C Command Elite Typical Layout The following units are availa ble in C Command

The following units are available in C Command Elite:

DCU 410 Engine Control Unit

RP 410 Remote Panel Unit

DCU 410 Engine Control Unit

DCU 410 is the engine monitoring and control unit. One panel is required for each engine.

The DCU 410 has a color screen and buttons for user interaction.

The DCU 410 is hereafter referred to as the “DCU”.

RP 410 Remote Panel Unit

The RP 410 (hereafter referred to as the “RP”) is the remote panel for the DCU.

One RP can monitor and control a maximum of eight DCU engine units, and there can be an unlimited number of RP units in the network. Each RP can monitor the same engine, or it can monitor separate engines.

The RP communicates to the DCU via the Ethernet communications port.

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The following units are available in C Command Elite Plus:

SDU 410 Safety Unit

RIO 410 I/O Expansion Unit

DCU 410 Engine Control Unit

RP 410 Remote Panel Unit

SDU 410 Safety Unit

The SDU 410 (hereafter referred to as the “SDU”) is the safety unit. This unit monitors all of the shutdown switches which are required for most marine classed installations. It is completely self contained and separate from the DCU.

The DCU communicates with the SDU on a proprietary Modbus datalink internal to the CIB.

RIO 410 I/O Expansion Unit

The RIO 410 (hereafter referred to as the “RIO”) is an expansion I/O unit. This unit monitors all of the sensors that may be required for marine classed installation.

The DCU communicates with the RIO on a proprietary Modbus datalink internal to the CIB.

Please refer to the C Command Elite Plus Modules Section for more information on these features.

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Overview of C Command Elite 5

Customer Interface Box Installation

Mechanical Installation

Location

The Customer Interface Box, CIB, is located in the engine room. This is due to the number of cables and wires that are required from the engine sensors in order to reduce electrical noise levels which might else result from long cable stretches.

The CIB should be mounted at about eye level and the user should have easy access to all buttons on the box.

The CIB may be mounted on the engines supporting structure by the provided vibration isolators. The isolators should be used either between the structure and the engine, or between the structure and the CIB. The CIB should not be mounted directly onto the engine.

The CIB should be mounted so that easy access to the cable connections inside the box is ensured.

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Dimensions

C Command Elite CIB

All values in millimeters (mm).

C Command Elite CIB All values in millimeters (mm). C Command Elite Series Installation Manual Bulletin

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C Command Elite Plus CIB

All dimensions are in millimeters (mm)

Elite Plus CIB All dimensions are in millimeters (mm) 8 • C Command Elite Series Installation

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Electrical Connections

General

 

To protect against EMI noise, we recommend that all cables be shielded.

NOTE: The shield of all cables shall be connected to ground, NOT to 0V.

Some cables shall be kept separate from other signals as much as possible – for instance the pickup signal. Others can be in a shielded multi-cable.

Grounding

In marine installations, ground and 0V should not be connected together. In a ship installation, the hull is the “ground” whereas the battery minus pole is the 0V.

NOTE: Please keep ground and 0V separated!

In the DCU system, +24V and 0V are filtered to ground using special filter components. This is done to reduce noise in the system. If ground and 0V is connected together, these filters do not work properly.

NOTE: Make a ground connection to the grounding bar in the lower right corner of the CIB. Keep this wire as short as possible, and at least 1.5mm2.

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Power Supplies

The DCU is designed to run on 24VDC supply voltage.

NOTE: Make sure the primary supply power is sourced directly from the battery, NOT from the engine starter, as the voltage drop over the latter is significantly higher.

Power Supply Requirements

Valid full functionality range: 18-32VDC.

Minimum capacity: 15A

NOTE: There are fixed low battery voltage alarm setpoints. For the primary supply, these are at 21V and 18V. For the Secondary supply, the setpoint is at 20V.

All alarms are delayed 30 seconds.

Use a twisted pair wire to minimize the effect of noise on the supply cables. Connect the cables straight from the battery (and NOT the starter engine) and keep the cable as short as possible.

Use at least 2.5mm 2 wires for the power supply.

Supply Selection

The CIB internal circuitry is sourced from either the primary OR the secondary supply.

The primary supply has priority over the secondary supply. If the primary supply voltage drops below 18V, the CIB will immediately switch over and use the secondary supply, but only if the secondary supply is above 20V.

The primary supply will be selected over the secondary supply when the primary supply voltage again rises above 18V. There is a two second delay when switching from secondary to primary supply.

The CIB will run equally well – with full functionality – on the secondary supply.

All voltage levels are +/- 5%.

Power Supply Low Alarms

The active supply (the supply currently feeding the CIB) is monitored. This is normally the primary supply.

If the supply falls below 21V+30sec, this is indicated with an amber alarm.

If the supply falls below 18V+30sec, this is indicated with a red alarm.

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Vessel Terminal Strip Connections

The following section will describe the system features that are available at the X4 Vessel Terminal Strip.

Feature

Application

Signal

Terminals

Alarm Buzzer Status

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Output

344

Alternate Idle Selection

Propulsion Only

Input

173

& 122

     

240

& 102

Automatic Start/Stop

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Input

241

& 103

CANOpen Datalink

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Output

233-235

Centinel Remote Oil Level Switch

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Input

141

& 122

DCU Common Alarm

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Output

237-239

ECM Red Lamp Status

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Output

345

ECM SAE J1939 Datalink

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Output

341-343

ECM Tachometer Signal

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Output

160

& 124

     

206

& 129

ECM Dual Outputs

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Output

207

& 125

     

152

&221

Engine Protection Override

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Input

404

& 405

Frequency Adjust

Auxiliary Only

Input

145-147

Idle /Diagnostic Adjustment

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Input

168-169,125

Idle Validation Switch

Propulsion Only

Input

165-167

Intermediate Speed Control 1/ Frequency Selection

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Input

170

& 125

Intermediate Speed Control 2

Propulsion Only

Input

215

& 128

Intermediate Speed Control 3/ Idle/Rated Speed Selection

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Input

171

& 126

Local/Remote Status Output

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Output

346

Main Throttle/Speed Bias

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Input

162-164

Manual/Automatic Select

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Input

236

& 105

Power Supply

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Input

91-94

Pre-Lube Bypass Switch

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Input

158-159

Ready for PMS Start

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Output

242-244

Remote Coolant Level Sensor

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Input

142-144

     

152

& 102

Remote Engine Stop

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Input

404

& 405

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Feature

Application

Signal

Terminals

Remote Throttle Switch

Propulsion Only

Input

151

& 123

Remote Throttle/Droop Adjust

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Input

148-150

Service Tool Power

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Output

161

& 121

Silence Alarm

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Input

 

347

Start Disable

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Input

245

& 104

     

221-232

Vessel Analog Inputs

Propulsion/Auxiliary

Input

 

106

Alarm Buzzer Status Output [344]

This terminal provides a +24V contact indicating whether the alarm buzzer is turned on. The signal for this output is driven by ECM Red Lamp or CLU alarm. The output of this terminal is intended for use with remote panels either Cummins CP(s) or customer supplied.

0V – Alarm Buzzer Inactive

24V – Alarm Buzzer Active

NOTE: The buzzer will not reactivate if there is already a red lamp condition active.

Alternate Idle Selection Input [173 & 122]

This terminal pair is provided to utilize the Alternate Idle feature of the ECM used in Propulsion applications. This feature is also provided when the C Command Switch Panel option is selected (EG 4034)

Closed – Alternate Idle Active

Open – Alternate Idle Inactive

Automatic Start/Stop Inputs

These terminal pairs are provided for receiving automatic Start and Stop commands. They are Normally Open (NO) contacts that, when closed, will enable the automatic start/stop sequences of the DCU. These inputs will only be active if the DCU is has been put into Automatic Mode. They will be inactive when the DCU is set to Manual Mode.

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Automatic Start (#240 & 102)

Automatic Stop – (#241 & 103)

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CANOpen Datalink [233-235]

This terminal triple is provided for a CAN based communication interface to the vessel. This Datalink will contain all of the engine information, as well as the panel information, for monitoring by a third party system.

Centinel Remote Oil Level Switch Input [141 & 122]

Terminals to connect the Centinel oil level switch, if in use. By default, the CIB will have a shorting jumper installed that must be removed to connect the oil level switch.

Open - Oil Level Low Closed - Oil Level Nominal

DCU Common Alarm [237-239]

This terminal triple is provided as a relay contact that allows for connection of an external alarm. The external alarm trigger can be setup in either Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC) conditions. The contact will change state in conjunction with the DCU Alarm Buzzer status.

ECM Red Lamp Status Output [345]

This terminal provides a +24V contact indicating the output of

ECM red fault lamp status. The signal for this output is driven

by critical active ECM fault codes.

intended for use with remote indicator panels, either Cummins CP(s) or Customer supplied.

The output of this terminal is

0V – Red Alarm Inactive

24V – Red Alarm Active

ECM SAE J1939 Datalink Output [341-343]

This terminal triple is provided for access to the SAE J1939 Datalink broadcast from the engine ECM. It can be used by both the Cummins CP panel(s) and by vessel based engine monitoring systems.

The J1939 CAN buss must be routed to maintain what is known as a “backbone” configuration. The buss is routed from the ECM to the CIB, from the CIB to the DCU and finally to the CIB terminal Strip (See Figure 34).

The CIB terminal strip will have a 120 ohm terminating resistor jumper installed across the J1939 High and Low terminals (#341 & 342). It must be left in place if no SAE J1939 based

remote display panel(s) or vessel monitoring system is installed.

If any SAE J1939 based remote display panel(s) are installed or

a vessel monitoring system is connected, the resistor must be removed from the CIB. The termination resistor must then be re-installed in the last device in the CAN network.

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If more than one Cummins remote display panel is installed, the J1939 bus is routed from the first display panel to the next display panel, and so on. The termination resistor must be placed on the last display panel in the series. (If no other monitoring devices are present)

SAE recommends that the Datalink length should not exceed 40m (125ft) for full system communication. Cummins allows Datalink lengths of up to 100m (300 ft) to be used for monitoring only.

NOTE: For Datalink lengths greater than 40m, steps must be taken to minimize the effects of electronic interference. (I.e. Routing cables away from high EMI sources) Communication loss may occur if areas of high interference are ignored.

C Command Elite/Elite Plus CIB Datalink Routing

are ignored. C Command Elite/Elite Plus CIB Datalink Routing All Datalink devices and adapters must share

All Datalink devices and adapters must share a common 0V. Where devices or adapters have separate power sources, the grounds must be connected such that the ECM and the device/adapter share the same 0V potential.

ECM Tachometer Signal Output [160 & 124]

This terminal pair is a provided for vessel system access to the tachometer output signal from the ECM.

The tachometer signal is also fed to the CLU for two speed relays that provide feedback for Engine Running and Engine at 85% of Rated Speed. The signal is a square wave with a frequency of 0.2Hz/rpm and amplitude of 0.5V/4.0V (Low/High).

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ECM Dual Outputs

These outputs are pre-defined by the ECM calibration. They can be configured as PWM, high side, or low side outputs based upon defined engine states.

Dual Output A

(#206 & 129)

Dual Output B

(#205 & 124)

Engine Protection Override [172 & 121]

The Shutdown Override input disables the engine protection shutdowns for the ECM and SDU(C Command Elite Plus only).

Even though a channel is configured to do an engine protection event when activated, it will be disabled when this terminal is active. If the engine protection channel is activated, the DCU will indicate this by displaying an alarm.

The DCU will display a “SO” symbol in the status bar (top line of the screen) when Shutdown Override is active.

NOTE: The engine overspeed protection for both the ECM and SDU will not be deactivated. This protection is always enabled.

Frequency Adjust [145-147]

This terminal triple is provided to utilize the Frequency Adjust

feature for Auxiliary applications only. It is intended to be used

in conjunction with droop adjust for droop mode operation. It is

recommended that a 5k potentiometer be used if this feature is required. This feature must be enabled by Insite or Calterm in order to be used.

Idle/Diagnostic Adjustment [168,169, &125]

These terminals are provided for the connection of an on-off-on

momentary toggle switch to utilize the increment and decrement functions of this feature. This feature is also provided when the

C Command Switch Panel option is selected (EG 4034)

Propulsion: Switch input can be used to increase or decrease the idle or Intermediate Speed Control set point.

Prop/Aux: In Diagnostic Mode, the switch input can be used to select the next or previous fault code to be flashed out. (This feature is also available via the CLU Inc/Dec Toggle Switch).

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Idle Validation Switch

This terminal triple is provided for the connection of the Idle Validation Switch for use with Cummins supplied throttles. These terminals are used for Propulsion applications only.

Off Idle – Terminals #165 & 167 Closed On Idle – Terminals #166 & 167 Closed

Intermediate Speed Control 1 / Frequency Select

This terminal pair can be used to activate Intermediate Speed Control 1 for propulsion applications or to select between 50 or 60 Hz operation for auxiliary applications. A switch or jumper can be used to active this feature. This feature is also provided when the C Command Switch Panel option is selected (EG

4034)

 

Propulsion

Auxiliary

Open

ISC1 Inactive

60 Hz

Closed

ISC1 Active

50 Hz

Intermediate Speed Control 2

This terminal pair can be used to activate Intermediate Speed Control 2 for propulsion applications only. A switch or jumper can be used to active this feature.

Intermediate Speed Control 3 / Idle-Rated Speed Select

This terminal pair can be used to activate Intermediate Speed Control 3 for propulsion applications or to select between Idle and Rated speed operation for auxiliary applications. A switch or jumper can be used to active this feature. This feature is also provided when the C Command Switch Panel option is selected (EG 4034)

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Propulsion

Auxiliary

Open

ISC3 Inactive

Rated

Closed

ISC3 Active

Idle

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Local/Remote Status Output [346]

This terminal provides a +24V contact indicating the status of

the Local/Remote switch from DCU.

is intended for use with remote panels either Cummins CP(s) or Customer supplied.

The output of this terminal

0V – All Start Buttons Active

24V – Local Start Only Active

Main Throttle/Speed Bias

These terminals are provided for connection of the Main Throttle for Propulsion applications and the Speed Bias control for Auxiliary applications.

By default a 200 ohm resistor is installed across terminals 162 and 163. This jumper is provided for applications that require a 4-20 mA control signal. For 0-5V control signals, this jumper must be removed.

Propulsion/Auxiliary

0-5V

Remove Resistor

4-20mA

Use Resistor

NOTE: The Speed Bias feature in Auxiliary applications must be enabled by INSITE or Calterm in order for it to function.

Manual/Automatic Select [236 & 105]

This terminal pair is provided for selecting Automatic or Manual operating modes. This input intended for use with auxiliary engines that are controlled by a power management system. The two states for this input are as follows:

Open – Manual Mode Active

Closed – Automatic Mode Active

NOTE: Automatic and Manual modes can also be activated by the DCUs main menu. The default DCU setup depends upon the state of the Manual/Automatic Select input.

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Power Supply Inputs [91-94]

The CIB is designed to accept two independent power supply inputs: Primary Power Supply and Secondary Power Supply. The Primary Power Supply input is the default power supply and is required to be connected on every installation. The Secondary Power Supply input is provided for a secondary power supply that the CIB can switch to in the event of a Main Power Supply failure.

The CLU receives each of these inputs via two 16A circuit breakers. From there the CLU is responsible for determining the appropriate power source and distributes it out to the panel system via two power outputs. The following is a description of the assignments of each of the power outputs

Output 1:

a) ECM Power. No circuit breaker required, the

(ECM is protected by fuses in the engine wiring

harness.

b) CIB/CLU: One 6A circuit breaker for CIB and CLU

power.

c) ERP/RP: One 6A circuit breaker for ERP and RP

power.

Output 2:

a) ECM Power. No circuit breaker required, the

(ECM is protected by fuses in the engine wiring harness.

b) Reserved for C Command Elite Plus component

power requirements.

The CLU with protect the panel system from under/over voltage and reverse power conditions. The DCU will alarm for power fault in either of the two power supplies.

Ready for PMS Start [242-244]

This terminal triple provides a system status output to the Power Management System which indicates the engines is

available to be started.

can be configured for Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC) indication.

The output is a relay type contact that

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Remote Coolant Level Sensor Input [142-144]

Terminals have been provided for input of a Coolant Level signal from a vessel mounted sensor. This input is used primarily for Keel Cooled applications where the Coolant Level Sensor connector on the engine harness is not long enough to reach a remote mounted expansion tank.

The CIB includes a 16k ohm jumper to prevent fault code when no Sensor is connected. The jumper is provided in the CIB but not installed. This is done so that in the event no coolant level switch installed, the panel system will indicate that condition

with a fault code.

the jumper must be installed to prevent the fault code from occurring.

If a local sensor is installed on the engine for a Heat Exchanger configuration, this jumper must NOT be installed. This will interfere with the on-engine sensor and cause erroneous readings.

If no switch is required for the application,

Remote Engine Stop Input

These terminals are provided for the connection of an engine stop switch. A normally open (NO) Engine Stop switch must be

provided to use feature.

connected in parallel. No broken wire monitoring is provided for this input for C Command Elite.

Multiple Engine Stop buttons can be

C

Command Elite

(152 & 102)

C

Command Elite Plus

(404 & 405)

NOTE: Remote Engine Stop uses a relay in the CLU/DCU to break the ECM keyswitch signal, whereas the Engine Stop button on the CIB door is NC, and breaks the ECM keyswitch signal directly.

Remote Throttle Switch Input [151 & 123]

This terminal pair is provided to activate the Remote (Backup) Throttle. It is intended for use with propulsion applications only.

Open – Remote Throttle Inactive

Closed – Remote Throttle Active

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Remote Throttle/Droop Adjust Input [148-150]

This terminal triple is provided to utilize the Remote (Backup) Throttle for Propulsion applications and the Droop Adjust feature for Auxiliary applications.

By default, a jumper is installed in the CIB to prevent an out of range error code in Propulsion applications. The jumper is a blanking resistive jumper consisting of a 2 k-ohm resistor installed from (+) to signal, and a 330 ohm resistor installed from (–) to signal. This jumper must be removed in order to connect the Remote Throttle or Droop Adjust potentiometer.

The Droop Adjust input is used in conjunction with Frequency Adjust in Auxiliary application for droop mode operation. It is recommended that a 5k potentiometer be used if this feature is required.

Service Tool Power [101 & 121]

In the event that neither an engine room panel nor remote panel is supplied, this terminal pair has been provided for access to 24V battery power for use by a Cummins service tool.

Silence Alarm Input [347]

The buzzer can be silenced with the Silence Alarm input on the CIB terminal strip. This terminal is connected to the Silence Alarm input to the CLU/DCU. In addition to silencing the audible alarm, this contact also provides an acknowledge signal to the ECM. (ECM alarm acknowledgement is only required for auxiliary applications in order clear inactive alarms).

Start Disable [245 & 104]

This terminal pair is provided for receiving a Start Disable command. This is a Normally Open (NO) contact that, when closed, will prevent the engine starter from engaging. When a Start command is attempted with this input active, a pop-up message will be displayed informing the operator that this feature is active.

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Vessel Analog Inputs [221-232, 106]

The Elite and Elite Plus CIBs provide six analog inputs for customer use. The sensor information is read by the DCU, which then processes the information for display on the Elite Remote Panels or by a vessel monitoring system. The list of inputs is as follows:

2X PT100 inputs

2X 4-20mA inputs

2X Switch (binary) inputs

CIB Jumpers

The following table outlines the jumpers that are installed in the standard CIB delivered from factory.

Description

 

Type

Terminals

Note

Engine Datalink

120

Ohm resistor

341and 342

User must remove to install CP(s) and move to last CP

(J1939)

10%

1/2W

Centinel Oil Level

 

Strap

122

and 141

User must remove to use feature

Coolant Level Sensor for remote tank

16k Ohm resistor

143

and 144

Delivered loose in CIB

 

1/4W

 

Remote Throttle

2k4 & 330 Ohm resistors

2k4: 148 and 150

User must remove to use feature

/Droop Adjust

330: 148 and 149

 

1/4W

 

Main throttle

200

Ohm resistor

162

and 163

User must remove to use 0-5V input.

position

1%

 

1/4W

User must leave in place to use 4-20mA input

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Direct DCU Connections

The following section will describe the features that are available by direct connection to the terminals on the DCU backlid.

The activation and setup for these connections are available in the DCU configuration menu or the web tool interface.

DCU Rear Lid Graphical Layout

or the web tool interface. DCU Rear Lid Graphical Layout Switch Input Channel [19] There is

Switch Input Channel [19]

There is one additional available configurable switch input channel at the DCU backlid. The input can be used to detect the status of a switch in the installation.

The state of the channel is controlled by the voltage between the +24V switch input terminal (terminal 19) and the +0V opto terminal (terminal 25) as follows:

0 – 2V = logic “0”

8 – 32V = logic “1”

2 – 8V = undefined, avoid this area!

Additional switch input details

Overvoltage protection: 40VDC

Not connected = 0V (47kohm pull-down).

The 24VDC on terminal 16 shall be used for switch input supply. This power is also available at X4 terminals 105 & 106. It is secured with a 40mA automatic fuse.

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Normal Use

Terminals 25 and 26 jumpered

Terminals 17 - 24 connected to 24V (terminal 16) through external switches.

4-20mA Input Channels [30 – 31]

There are two additional configurable 4-20mA analog sensor inputs available at the DCU backlid.

A 24V power source is available for these inputs at DCU

terminal 27 or X4 terminals 227 & 229.

If the signal is out of range, a warning will be displayed. Out of range is defined as:

< 2mA (broken)

> 24mA (short)

Update rate: 2Hz

PT100 Input Channels [38 – 43]

There are two additional PT100 input channels for displaying

temperature information at the DCU backlid

support PT100 sensors with two or three wires.

If the signal is out of range, a warning will be displayed. Out of range is defined as:

The channels

< 90ohm (short)

390ohm (broken)

Update rate: 2Hz

Magnetic Pickup (Speed) Sensor [44 – 45]

A standard magnetic pickup speed sensor can be connected to

terminals 44 and 45 of the DCU backlid. The signal strength must be between 2.5-30Vpp.

Use a 2x 0.5 mm 2 (minimum) twisted pair cable.

NOTE: The pickup cable must be shielded to ground in the pickup end. Do NOT connect shield to 0V.

Range: 0-10kHz

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MODBUS RTU, RS-485 (COM 3) [52 – 56]

The MODBUS RTU may be connected either with common 0V or electrically isolated through optocouplers.

Terminal 53 - Shield

Terminal 54 - Low

Terminal 55 – High

Not Optoisolated Communication

Supply the Modbus section from the DCU as follows:

Terminal 56 to terminal 5 (24V)

Terminal 52 to terminal 6 (0V)

Optoisolated Communication

This requires the supply from the remote equipment to be supplied into the DCU terminals

Terminal 56 (24V)

Terminal 52 (0V)

Configurable Relays [66 – 68]

There is one configurable relay on the DCU for customer use. This relay may be enabled or disabled using the DCU configuration menu or web based tool.

If enabled, operation is controlled by selecting one of the many possible events available through the configuration.

The relay contact common terminal is protected with a 1A automatic fuse.

Configurable 24VDC Output [72]

There is one configurable 24V output on the DCU for customer use. This relay may be enabled or disabled using the DCU configuration menu or web based tool.

If enabled, operation is controlled by selecting one of the many possible events available through the configuration.

Shutdown Output [79]

The shutdown output activates when the DCU activates an automatic engine safety shutdown.

It does not activate for a normal engine stop.

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ETR – Energize to Run [81]

The ETR activates when the DCU is about to start the engine. It stays activated as long as the engine is running.

The ETR deactivates on any stop command.

Pre-Lube Bypass Switch [84 & 86]

By default, Pre-lube bypass can be access from the main menu of the DCU.

If a manual override is required, wires can be added to this

terminal pair to allow the vessel operator to bypass the pre-lube system (if installed) prior to an engine start. It is to be used in emergency situations ONLY. The wires currently installed in these terminals MUST NOT be removed.

NOTE: If a switch is installed to activate this feature, it must be

a Momentary Normally Open (NO) type to prevent extended disabling of the pre-lube feature.

24V Supply for Fixed Function Inputs [85]

Use this 24V supply output to power all the inputs in the wire terminal range 86 to 97.

Configurable Inputs [96 – 97]

These two channels have a configurable function. The function

is configured using the web server.

Connect the input to 24V to activate the configured function.

Other Communication Interfaces

Ethernet MODBUS/TCP (COM 6)

The DCU connects to a LAN (Local Area Network) or directly to

a PC through a standard CAT-5 network cable connected to the

RJ45 port (COM 6). This port is connected, by default, to a 5

port Ethernet switch installed In the CIB cabinet. Vessel connections to access this information must be made at the Ethernet switch.

The IP settings of the DCU and/or the local PC’s need to be set in order to access the DCU configuration from a PC.

The DCU has a built in DHCP server for use in single PC configuration. See page 30 for the configuration procedure.

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CIB Logic Unit (CLU) Relay Contacts

The following section will describe the relay contacts that are available by direct connection to the terminals on the CLU front face.

These connections are available by default.

CLU front face. These connections are available by default. Engine Stop Active Contact (K3) Relay contact

Engine Stop Active Contact (K3)

Relay contact and LED available indicate if the system has an E-Stop active. The relay closes the normally open (NO) contact and illuminates the LED when an E-Stop is active.

Local/Remote Mode Contact (K4)

Relay contact and LED available indicate if the system has been put in to Local Start Only Mode. The relay closes the normally open (NO) contact and illuminates the LED when the system has Local Mode active.

ECM Red Alarm Contact (K5)

Relay contact and LED available indicate if the ECM is indicating a Red alarm level. The relay closes the normally open (NO) contact and illuminates the LED when the system has an ECM Red level alarm active.

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ECM Amber Alarm Active Output (K6)

Relay contact and LED available indicate if the ECM is indicating an Amber alarm level. The relay closes the normally open (NO) contact and illuminates the LED when the system has an ECM Amber level alarm active.

ECM White Alarm Contact (K8)

Relay contact and LED available indicate if the ECM is indicating a White alarm level. The relay closes the normally open (NO) contact and illuminates the LED when the system has an ECM White level alarm active.

Engine Running Contact (K9)

Relay contact and LED that indicate the engine rpm is equal to

or above 500 RPM.

contact and illuminates the LED when the engine has achieved 500 RPM. In conjunction with this relay closure, the CLU also deactivates the starter output from the CLU. This is done to prevent accidental starter engagement after the engine is running.

The relay closes the normally open (NO)

NOTE: The signal has a hysteresis and will stay activated even

if the engine speed should drop below 500 RPM.

will deactivate when the engine speed is below 100 RPM.

The signal

Engine Ready to Take Load Indication (K10)

Relay contact and LED, primarily intended for Auxiliary applications, which indicate the engine rpm is equal to or above

85% of rated speed.

rpm depending on the selection of 50 or 60 Hz operation via

terminal strip input to the CLU.

open (NO) contact and illuminates the LED when the engine has achieved 85% rated speed.

Rated speed is either 1500 rpm or 1800

The relay closes the normally

NOTE: The signal has a hysteresis, and stays activated even though the engine speed should drop below 85% of rated

speed.

The signal deactivates when rpm is below 75% of rated

speed.

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First Power On

Preparations

Installation

Mount the CIB according to Mechanical Installation, see page 7.

Connections

Connect power according to Electrical Connections, see page

10

First Power-On Wizard

The DCU will display the first power-on wizard at first power up after delivery, or after a factory reset of the panel.

All the settings done by the wizard is later available in the menus.

Select Installation Language

Press arrow up or arrow down to select the language menu entry, or press OK if the default language is to be used.

Press Edit to enter the language menu entry.

Press left arrow or right arrow to scroll through available languages.

Press OK to choose language.

Press OK to go to the next step.

Choose Administrator password

Press right arrow to choose administrator password.

To enter the default pin code (1234), press Add to enter the ‘1’, then press the right arrow once to select the ‘2’ on the virtual keypad and press Add to enter it. Continue with ‘3’ and ‘4’ in the same manner. Press Clear to correct any mistakes.

Press OK to continue when all four numbers in the code is entered.

Enter a new pin code by entering the new numbers on the virtual keypad in the same way and press OK to continue.

Confirm the new pin code the same way and press OK to go to the next step.

Select IP number

Press right arrow to select IP number.

Press arrow up or arrow down to scroll between the four number groups.

Press Edit to change the numbers in the selected group.

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Press arrow up or arrow down to change each digit and press arrow left arrow or arrow right to scroll through digits to change. Press Cancel to keep the previous value. Press OK to choose the new value. If an invalid number is entered, the previous number will be used without error messages displayed.

Valid numbers in the first group is 1 – 254, second and third group is 0 – 254 and fourth group is 2 – 254. Actual numbers to use will depend on the network the DCU is connected to. The last two digits in the fourth group will set the engine number for this DCU. For example, entering 213 becomes engine #13.

Read the chapter on Connecting to the DCU to decide which IP number to use, see page 28.

Press Save when all four number groups are entered to change the IP address of the DCU, then press Next to continue.

Press Next only, to continue without changing the IP address of the DCU.

Load a configuration

Press right arrow to load a configuration.

Press arrow up or arrow down to select the configuration menu entry, or press Next to use the factory default.

Press Edit to enter the configuration menu entry.

Press left arrow or right arrow to scroll through available configurations.

Press OK to choose configuration.

Press Next to go to the next step.

Done – Restart DCU

Press Restart. The DCU will restart with the new settings and display the main menu.

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Configuration Notes

Configuration Interfaces

The DCU may be configured in one of two ways.

DCU Panel Menu

For quick and easy changes to the configuration there is a configuration entry point in the menu.

NOTE: This manual will not describe the panel menu configuration interface in detail.

DCU Web Server Configuration Interface

The DCU has an inbuilt web server, offering access to full configuration of the DCU.

NOTE: This is the preferred configuration interface as if is easier to configure.

Approved Browsers

Browser

Version

Internet Explorer™

6.0

or Higher

Firefox™

3.0

or Higher

Connecting to the DCU

It is possible to connect to the DCU either directly or through a LAN (Local Area Network).

NOTE: For use in an existing Ethernet, check the configuration of the LAN with the LAN manager.

The components in the C Command Elite/Elite Plus panel system, including the DCU, always use fixed (not dynamic) IP addresses which must be set manually.

To connect to the DCU

1. Connect an Ethernet cable between your laptop and the

Ethernet switch using any available port.

2. In the DCU menu, select Version Information. Note the IP-number. From factory, the IP-number is

192.168.0.101.

3. In your internet browser, type in http://192.168.0.101 (or

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whatever is listed in your DCU)

4. Press Enter, and note the login screen.

5. In the login screen, type

- Username = dcu

- Password = 1234 (from factory)

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Proceed to the

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Web Server Configuration chapter, on page##.

Not Logged In?

Adjust settings as described below.

Further connection settings

Change the IP address of the DCU

If necessary, you can change the IP address of the DCU.

Part of the IP address defines the engine number in a system with several DCUs.

The DCU uses a fixed IP address that is set during the first power-on set up. The IP address may also be changed later on through the DCU panel menu:

Menu / Configuration / Miscellaneous / Network configuration…

Use the up / down arrows to select each of the four groups of numbers and press edit to edit each group.

The factory default IP of the DCU is 192.168.0.101. The first three groups must be the same for all components in the LAN, for instance 192.168.0.###.

The fourth and last group must be unique within the LAN. Also, the two last digits will represent the engines number. For instance the DCU with the IP address 192.168.0.104 will be designated engine number 4.

Connect the DCU to a single PC

First, make sure that the PC’s Ethernet network configuration is set to automatically receive an IP address (as most PCs are). Then in the DCU panel menu:

Menu / Connect a PC…

Press the down arrow and then Toggle. The DHCP-server will now be active for 10 min. Repeat if it takes longer than 10 min to ready the PC.

Connect the PC to the DCU with a CAT-5 Ethernet cable. The DCU’s DHCP-server will now automatically set up the PC to communicate with the DCU. It may be necessary to use a network reset/repair function for the PC’s Ethernet connection in order for the PC to receive the new IP address.

Alternatively, set the IP address of the PC manually to a free IP address in the same subnet as the DCU.

For instance, if the DCU’s IP address is 192.168.0.101, the PC may use any IP address starting with 192.168.0 except

192.168.0.101.

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To connect the DCU to a LAN with a DHCP server

For use in a LAN with a DHCP server (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol), the IP addresses to be used by the C Command Elite components must be set outside the IP address range used by the DHCP server. Most DHCP servers are configured with an IP address range that leaves room for fixed addresses outside it.

If for instance the LANs subnet is 192.168.230 and the DHCP’s IP address range is set to 50 – 210, valid IP addresses of the DCU would be for instance 192.168.230.211, 192.168.230.007 or 192.168.230.231.

Do not use the DCU built in DHCP-server (the Menu / Connect a PC… menu entry) in a LAN with its own DHCP server since two DHCP servers in the same LAN may create conflicting IP addresses.

Connection to a LAN using fixed IP addresses

Set the IP address of the DCU to a free IP address within the LAN’s subnet.

Factory defaults for the DCU

Factory defaults only at initial start up, for later resets the existing IP configuration will be kept even through the Factory reset operation.

IP address: 192.168.0.101

Subnet: 192.168.0

Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0

DHCP IP addresses range: 101 – 199 within the subnet defined by the DCUs IP address.

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Web Server Configuration

Once logged in, the DCU can be now be configured. The following are the Web Server main menu items.

Home

The Home screen lists the following menu items.

items. Home The Home screen lists the following menu items. DCU This is the top level

DCU

This is the top level menu for the entire DCU configuration.

The configuration is saved in the configuration file, located in the DCU.

RIO

This is the top level menu for the RIO expansion I/O modules installed in the C Command Elite Plus CIB.

The configuration is saved in the DCU configuration file.

SDU

This is the top level for the SDU safety unit configuration. The SDU is installed in the C Command Elite Plus CIB.

The configuration is saved locally in the SDU and stored in the DCU configuration file, located in the DCU.

MK-6/14

This menu item is not used by Cummins Inc.

Versions

This top level menu item lists the hardware and software version of the DCU, and the software version of the SDU.

Troubleshooting

The troubleshooting section makes it possible to troubleshoot I/O and communication on the DCU, and also the RIO units.

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Home – DCU

To configure the DCU using the web server, select home DCU.

A prompt for the DCU password will pop-up. Enter the DCU

password in the Password section of the popup. The User

Name section is not required.

A

User name can be entered, if desired, this allows for the PC

to

save the password for the vessel application.

This is the main menu for the DCU configuration. The following

is an overview of the menu items.

The following is an overview of the menu items. Home – DCU – Password The DCU

Home – DCU – Password

The DCU configuration is password protected with a pin code.

Select this option to change the password. First, type in the old password, and then the new password twice.

If the password is lost or forgotten, press the Get Encrypted PIN button to receive a number that can be decrypted by your Cummins distributor.

Home – DCU – File

Load any file

To change the configuration of the DCU, load a new configuration file.

Factory Default

From here, a predefined factory configuration file can be opened.

User Uploaded

This lists the files you have previously uploaded to this DCU.

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Configuration Printout

This gives a quick overview of the current configuration that can be printed for reference.

NOTE: For Firmware 1.3 and below, this item will be called “View Active File.”

Save file as

This saves the current configuration in the DCU into a file. The default file extension is .cfg.

Save CANopen EDS-file

In order to properly communicate with the DCU, and EDS file is

required to provide a library of the parameter locations.

Select this option to save the EDS file to the connected PC.

Upload to DCU

Uploaded files are files transferred to the DCU.

The pre-loaded firmware can be updated whenever there is a new firmware available.

A new or updated configuration file can also be loaded into the

DCU panel

Firmware

Select the new DCU panel firmware to upload. The file name shall be “dcu410_release.tar.gz”.

The latest firmware release can be obtained at:

quickserve.cummins.com >> Service >> Marine Panel Firmware Updates

NOTE: The DCU and RP firmware needs to be matched. If an RP remote panel is in use, that panel’s firmware might need an update too.

The following is a list of matched firmware in the DCU and the RP:

RP

DCU

Release

1.0

1.1

Oct. 2007

1.1

1.2

Mar. 2008

1.2

1.3

Nov. 2008

1.5

1.5

Nov. 2009

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NOTE: If the DCU has release 1.1 or 1.2, it will need a pre- upgrade before updating to release 1.3 or higher. If the RP has release 1.1 or below, it will need a pre-upgrade before updating to release 1.2 or higher.

This pre-upgrade release can also be obtained at the web-site referenced above.

Configuration

Select a configuration file for the panel. The file must be of type filename.cfg.

The file is saved in the DCU, and is later available from the User Uploaded files section.

Home – DCU – I/O Configuration

The I/O section holds menu items for input and output signals. These are separated into two sections:

Config Inputs This is where the I/O input channels are configured, such as 4-20mA, PT100 and switch inputs.

Config Outputs This is the section for configurable outputs. A signal or function can be configured to appear on a 24V output or on a relay.

NOTE: Remember to press the Submit button after each change on the configuration pages. No changes will be written in the configuration until this button is pressed.

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Engine Speed

This is where engine speed sensors are configured, and the overspeed setpoint is set.

sensors are configured, and the overspeed setpoint is set. Source The DCU can read engine speed

Source

The DCU can read engine speed from up to three sensor sources.

Source

Comment

J1939

J1939 CAN bus connected to terminals 49-51 (COM 4)

DCU

Magnetic pickup locally connected to DCU, terminal 44 and 45.

SDU

One of the two pickups connected to the SDU safety unit.

The SDU has a scheme for selecting from its two connected pickups.

Priorities

The engine speed sources are prioritized. The DCU will use the sensor assigned as the primary source first.

If the primary source is lost, then the secondary source will be used. If the secondary source is lost, then the third source will be used.

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Local Pickup

If there is a pickup connected to the DCU, this is considered the Local Pickup. When the “DCU” is selected among the sources above, the flywheel teeth count must be set here.

General Configuration

RPM Rounding rounds off the displayed value to nearest 1, 5 or 10rpm.

RPM setpoint is the rpm at which the DCU indicates the engine is running.

RPM Ready to take Load is a signal that can be configured to an output relay. It activates when the set rpm is reached, and deactivates if it falls below this rpm minus 15% or until a stop command is received.

Nominal Speed is the engines nominal speed, and is used to calculate the overspeed setpoint and rpm overspeed test setpoints.

General

Channel use is the selection of where the signal shall be displayed. Select DCU+RP to display the instrument in the DCU and in the RP.

Display

The values here define how the instrument widget is presented.

Display Unit is the signals unit, here RPM

Display Range Min is the minimum value displayed, normally zero.

Display Range Max is the maximum value displayed. For an engine running at 1500 RPM nominally, a typical maximum setting would be 1800 RPM.

Display Major Divider is where the instrument widget writes an RPM value, normally every 500 RPM.

Display Minor Divider is the ticked marks between the major divider marks, normally every 100 RPM.

Display Multiplier is the multiplier value. The value is printed in the RPM meter.

Overspeed

RPM Overspeed is the setpoint where the DCU indicates overspeed.

RPM Overspeed Delay is the delay in milliseconds before alarm or shutdown. Typical setpoint is 100ms.

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RPM Overspeed Shutdown Enabled is where the overspeed behavior is selected. Select ‘Yes’ for the DCU to shutdown the engine. Select ‘No’ to disable overspeed shutdown.

NOTE: Disabling DCU overspeed is valid for the DCU only. The SDU will still be able to shutdown the engine.

Switch

First, select any of the available switch channels. Then, for each channel, settings can be made by the following:

for each channel, settings can be made by the following: Channel Use Set to Event to

Channel Use

Set to Event to activate the channel.

Set to Silent Event for an active channel, but no panel alarms for the event will be annunciated. The alarm will be available by digital communication only.

Event

Select between None (no event), Warning, Alarm or Shutdown.

Input State

Select NO (normally open) or NC (normally closed).

NO means the contact must close to make the event.

NC means the contact must open to make the event.

NOTE: “Normal” denotes a running engine with no alarm.

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Delay before Event

Choose the desired persistence time before the event triggers.

Typical values:

Engine Oil Pressure Low: 2 seconds

Engine Coolant Temperature High: 5-10 seconds

On Run Only

Select Yes if the switch normally change state when the engine goes from standstill to running, or vice versa.

This means the switch will alarm only when the DCU senses the engine is running.

Typical setting:

Typically set to Yes for all pressure switches.

Delay after engine is running

NOTE: Available only if On Run Only is selected.

The switch event is disabled for this many seconds after the engine is running. After the timer has elapsed, the channel is enabled.

Typical setting:

5-10 seconds.

Use as additional run indication

If the DCU has one pickup source only, we recommend adding an engine oil pressure switch as an engine running indication.

NOTE: Do not use any other pressure sensors – or any other signals – as the engine run indication.

Typical setting:

If two or more engine speed (pickup) sources 1 are in use, then we recommend leaving this off for all switches. Set to No.

If one engine speed source only, locate the engine oil pressure switch and use this as the Additional Run signal. Set to Yes.

1 An engine speed source can be the magnetic pickup connected to the DCU, the J1939 CANbus signal connected to the DCU, or the speed signal coming from the connected SDU 410 safety unit.

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4-20mA

First, select any of the available 4-20mA channels. These can usually be used for temperature and pressure sensors. Then, for each selected channel, set the following:

Then, for each selected channel, set the following: Channel Use This selects the panel the instrument

Channel Use

This selects the panel the instrument widget is displayed on. It is possible to display the instrument on

the DCU engine panel, and

the RP remote panel, or

a combination of the two.

It is also possible to suppress the alarm events, as can be seen in the following table overview.

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Use

DCU

 

RP

Config.

 

Display

Event

Display

Event

outputs

Not in use

         

Event

 

x

 

x

x

DCU

x

     

x

DCU + Event

x

x

   

x

RP

   

x

 

x

RP + Event

   

x

x

x

DCU+RP

x

 

x

 

x

DCU + RP + Event

x

x

x

x

x

Silent Event

       

x

DCU + Silent Event

x

     

x

RP + Silent Event

   

x

 

x

DCU + RP + Silent Event

x

 

x

 

x

Event = warning, alarm or shutdown. Silent Event = no local event, but on communication only.

NOTE: Normally, and in most cases, the selection should be ‘DCU + RP + Event’, as outlined in the table above. This makes sure the channel is displayed in the DCU and in the RP, if and when it is installed.

Sensor

Sensor Unit

Select the unit, as printed on the sensor. An oil pressure sensor might for instance be in Bar or psi.

Sensor Range Min and Max

Select the sensor range values for min and max, as printed on the sensor.

Display

Display Unit

For the above sensor, select the desired displayed unit for US and Metric values.

Display Range Min and Max

For the above sensor, select the desired minimum and maximum values displayed in the instrument, for US and Metric values.

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Display Major and Minor Divider

For the above sensor, select the desired major and minor divisions in the instrument, for US and Metric values.

A number is printed at each major divider.

Display Multiplier

Select a multiplication factor as necessary.

An instrument with displayed range 0-10,000 would display as 0-1,000 with a multiplication factor of 10. The multiplication factor is printed in the instrument (round gauge only).

Update Metric and US

If you have completed the US or the Metric section only, then

the web server can calculate the other section for you, based

on the selected Display Unit.

NOTE: It is recommended to adjust the calculated values by hand, and set sensible round figure values.

Alarming

Event

Select the desired combination of warning, alarm and shutdown.

Select ‘RPM dependent’ for a setpoint that varies with RPM, and complete the boxes.

Alarm Threshold [unit]

Type in the alarm threshold value, in current units.

Delay After Crossing Alarm Threshold

Set the persistence time before the event. Value is in seconds.

Threshold Type

Set the event to appear on a rising (high) or falling (low) signal.

A temperature is normally high and a pressure is normally low.

Requires Running Engine

Set yes to disable the event when the engine is not running (enabled when engine is running only). Set No to enable the event always.

Delay After Engine Is Running

If yes above, set the persistence time after the engine is running until the channel is enabled.

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PT100

First, select any of the available PT100 channels.

PT100 First, select any of the available PT100 channels. Then, for each selected channel, set the

Then, for each selected channel, set the parameters as for the 4-20mA section, page 3942.

24V

First, select any of the available 24V input channels.

24V First, select any of the available 24V input channels. NOTE: These are fixed function inputs,

NOTE: These are fixed function inputs, and not the general switch input channels, as described on page 27.

These inputs can be given a function from a list of available functions. The list of functions is:

Local Mode

Backlight 100%

Prelube Override

Activate the function: The function is activated when the input is connected to 24V.

Deactivate the function: The function is deactivated when the input is left open, or connected to 0V.

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J1939

Select a J1939 CAN bus signal from the list.

J1939 Select a J1939 CAN bus signal from the list. Then, for each selected channel, set

Then, for each selected channel, set the parameters as for the 4-20mA section, page 3942.

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Differential

A differential channel is a logical channel, made up by two physical channels. The physical channels may be hardwired or from the J1939 CAN bus.

The differential channel will output the difference between the two source channels. The sensor unit must be the same for the two selected source signals, for instance they might not be bar and psi.

Select one of the five differential channels.

bar and psi. Select one of the five differential channels. Then, select two signals of the

Then, select two signals of the same unit type. The differential channel result can be assigned to an instrument widget.

Special

These are special signals as follows.

widget. Special These are special signals as follows. C Command Elite Series Installation Manual Bulletin 4082079

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Input Voltage

This is the supply voltage used in the DCU, and is the same as the voltage supplied out on terminals 5-6.

is the same as the voltage supplied out on terminals 5-6. It is monitoring the supply

It is monitoring the supply the DCU chooses to use, from Supply 1 or Supply 2. Set the desired ranges. For an alarm, set the event and complete the dialogue.

Calculated Fuel Rate

The DCU can calculate the fuel consumption and present an approximate figure.

the fuel consumption and present an approximate figure. 4 8 • W e b S e

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Calculated Engine Hours

If the engine hours are not sourced from the J1939 CAN Bus, then it is being calculated by the DCU.

The appearance of the counter is configured in this dialogue.

appearance of the counter is configured in this dialogue. It is possible to set an alarm

It is possible to set an alarm or other event connected to the engine hours.

Configurable Outputs

NOTE: These connections are only available at the DCU backlid.

24V Outputs

The function of the output is determined here.

24V Outputs The function of the output is determined here. There are four configurable outputs in

There are four configurable outputs in this section, but only one is available for customer use. The others have been set with pre-defined functions. Select 24V output channel #4, then select the desired function.

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Relays

The DCU has two inbuilt potential free relay contacts, which can be assigned a function.

free relay contacts, which can be assigned a function. Relay #1 has been dedicated to “PMS

Relay #1 has been dedicated to “PMS Ready to Start.”

Select Relay #2 then select the desired function.

Speed Relays

A Speed Relay is a relay that activates on a certain engine speed rpm, and deactivates at the same rpm-1.

certain engine speed rpm, and deactivates at the same rpm-1. For instance, speed relay #1 can

For instance, speed relay #1 can be configured to activate at 1200rpm, and will then deactivate at 1199rpm.

Set Event Log to Yes to create an event in the log when the speed relay activates.

The Speed Relay can be assigned to any configurable output.

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Home – DCU – Interface Design

This is the section where templates are populated with the already configured signals from the I/O section.

A page on the DCU is built up with a template. A template has

several slot positions. Each slot position can hold a widget type,

which in turn can be assigned a signal.

Pages

This is where the configuration of the different data pages is done. In the example below, three pages are created.

A preview tab allows you to see the page before finalizing it.

preview tab allows you to see the page before finalizing it. Insert Page Choose whether the

Insert Page

Choose whether the new page is to appear before or after an existing page, then press the Insert Page button. The pages will be renumbered.

Choose a Template

A range of templates will be presented. Choose a template and

start populating the page with predefined signals.

The chosen template will appear at the bottom of the screen. Select a signal and Submit it to clear away the other templates.

Delete Current Page

Deletes the page currently being shown on the screen.

The pages will be automatically renumbered!

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Edit the Signal

If the chosen signal is not correctly configured, press Edit Signal to edit it.

Home – DCU – Start/Stop/Prelube

Auto Start/Stop

Automatic Start

The DCU can start the engine automatically. For this to work, the following conditions must be met:

Automatic Mode must be active via Terminal 236, or the DCU menu item Settings – Automatic must be selected.

Automatic Start must be active via Terminal 240. This triggers the start sequence.

Initial Start Delay

When the start sequence activates, this timer must elapse before the DCU will do the first start attempt.

Typical setting:

1 second

Cranking Time

The time the starter engine is engaged.

Typical setting:

5-7 seconds

Delay Between Start Attempts

If the engine did not start after the previous attempt, it will delay this many seconds until it does the next start attempt.

NOTE: The timer starts when the engine rpm is less than 5rpm.

Typical setting:

5-7 seconds

No. of Start Attempts

The total number of start attempts.

Typical setting:

3 attempts

Prelube Before Each Start Attempt

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Select Yes to prelube before each start attempt.

Select No to prelube before the first attempt only.

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Automatic Stop

The DCU can stop the engine automatically. For this to work, the following conditions must be met:

Automatic Mode must be active via Terminal 236, or the DCU menu item Settings – Automatic must be selected.

Automatic Stop must be active via Terminal 241. This triggers the stop sequence.

Delay Before Disconnecting Generator Breaker

When the automatic stop condition is applied, the DCU will wait this many seconds, and then it will activate a signal to disconnect the generator breaker, if any.

The Disconnect Generator Breaker signal is not a standard output signal, and must be configured to a suitable 24V or relay output; see the section Configurable Outputs, Page ##.

Typical setting:

1-60 seconds

Cooling Time

After the previous timer has elapsed, the engine will continue to run (with no load) for this amount of time to cool down. When the timer has elapsed, the DCU will stop the engine.

Typical setting:

1-5 minutes

Prelube

The DCU can prelube the engine at certain intervals, and/or before start.

Prelube Type – Fixed Time

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Prelube Time

Set the number of seconds the DCU shall prelube before start.

Typical setting:

5-30 seconds

Prelube Type – Until Pressure

This will activate prelube output, then wait for the activation of the Prelube Complete signal in order to turn the prelube off

the Prelube Complete signal in order to turn the prelube off Prelube Timeout The DCU expects

Prelube Timeout

The DCU expects to receive the Prelube Complete signal on within this timer period.

Typical setting:

5-30 seconds

Override Allowed

Select if a prelube should be possible to manually override, to continue the start sequence with an incomplete prelube sequence.

NOTE: The override is done in the DCU menu – Settings – Prelube Override.

Action Upon Timeout

Select the action if the Prelube Timeout timer elapses.

Select Allow Start to continue cranking the engine anyway.

Select Abort Start to abort the start sequence. The DCU will indicate with a Start Failure alarm.

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Oscillating

The DCU can prelube the engine continuously, in a never ending sequence. The sequence is disabled while the engine is running.

Oscillating Enabled

Set to Yes to enable oscillating prelube.

Oscillating On Time

Set the number of seconds the DCU shall lubricate the engine.

Typical setting:

60 seconds

Oscillating Off Time

Set the number of minutes between each lubrication action.

Typical setting:

60 minutes

Start/Stop Buttons

The Start and Stop button can be configured to be Latched or Momentary.

NOTE: The selection is valid for both the Start and Stop buttons.

Hold Button to Start/Stop

Set to Yes for a Hold-To-Start/Stop button. The button must be pressed until the engine has started/stopped.

Set to No for a latched button. The button needs to be pressed momentarily only, after which the DCU completes the start/stop sequence as if the button was held manually.

Typical setting:

No (gives a latched button operation, which is normally preferred).

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Home – DCU – User Interface

Language

In this section, the signal descriptions can be manually translated to other languages.

All Signals

Press All Signals to display all signals available in the DCU.

The page displays three rows of signal text. The first row is the English Default text, the second row is the English Used text, and the third row is the 2nd language.

English Default

English Used

2nd Language

Engine Oil Press.

Engine Oil Pressure

Motoroljetrykk

Engine Speed

[default]

Motorturtall

NOTE: The English language is always present in the DCU and the RP.

The text [default] denotes that the English Default text (column1) will be used. Select any [default] text to change the signal text description.

Enabled Signals Only

This is the same as for All channels, except that only signals that are actually in use are listed.

that only signals that are actually in use are listed. Service The four Service intervals will

Service

The four Service intervals will be indicated individually by text. The default text can be changed.

As above, press the [default] text to change the default text.

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Buzzer

Select Yes to suppress the buzzer automatically. The buzzer will activate as before, but the DCU will silence it after 5 seconds.

Home – DCU – Engine Model

Engine Name

Type the name of the engine, for example “Auxiliary”.

NOTE: The last two digits in the DCU IP number becomes the engine number. If the IP number is 192.168.0.110, then the engine in this example is named “Auxiliary #10”.

Home – DCU – Service Interval

View Service Status

This will list the number of hours until next service is due.

Configure

Up to four different timers can be configured to indicate it is time for engine service.

be configured to indicate it is time for engine service. The default text “Service 1” can

The default text “Service 1” can be changed by selecting the assign custom name link.

Service Enabled

Select Yes to enable this service interval timer.

Next Service At

Select the hour counter value in the DCU for the first service. Note that this happens only one time.

This is useful if you want the first service to have a shorter interval than the regular service interval.

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Then Every

Select the service interval in hours. The DCU will indicate every time this number of hours has elapsed.

Example

Current DCU hour counter is 123 hours.

Next Service At: 150 hours

Then every: 250 hours

The first service notification will appear in 27 hours, then every 250 hours. All hours are engine running hours.

Home – DCU – Communication

Network Communication

Set the IP address for the DCU.

Make sure the IP number is unique on the network. If installing the DCU in an established ship Ethernet, consult the network manager to obtain an IP address.

NOTE: The last two digits becomes the engine number, as part of the engine name.

Example The Engine name is “Auxiliary”, the IP number is selected as 192.168.0.110. The engine name then becomes “Auxiliary #10”.

CANopen

The DCU has an inbuilt CANopen communication interface.

Baudrate

Set the Baudrate (communication speed) for the CANopen interface the DCU is connected to on COM 5.

Typical setting:

125kbps

Node ID

Set the Node ID for the DCU CANopen interface.

Typical setting:

Unique integer number from other CANopen nodes on the same network

Download EDS file

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Select this to download an EDS file.

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Modbus RTU

The DCU has an inbuilt Modbus RTU communication interface.

Address

Set the Modbus ID number. The number can be any integer in the 1-247 range, and must be unique on the network.

Home – DCU – Miscellaneous

Alarm Configuration

The DCU has a primary and a secondary power supply input.

If the secondary input is not in use, the low voltage alarm on this input needs to be disabled.

Secondary Power Fail Alarm Enabled

Set to No to disable the alarm. This is used when there is no connection to the secondary supply.

Set to Yes to enable the alarm. This is used when there is a connection to the secondary supply.

Typical setting:

Yes. Normally, there shall be a separate supply connected to the secondary supply.

Counters

The DCU calculates and stores engine hours.

Counter Source

Set the counter source to be either from the J1939 CANbus, or from a locally generated counter in the DCU.

Update Local Engine Hour

Updates the engine hour value when the DCU is selected as the counter source

Current Engine Hours

Set a new total engine hour setting.

NOTE: If the Counter Source is J1939, then this setting will be overwritten when the DCU receives new data on the J1939 CAN bus.

Fuel Consumption

The DCU can calculate approximate fuel consumption.

The variables X, Y and Z must be set per engine type. Contact your distributor for suitable values.

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Screen Saver

Settings for the available screen saver function can be accessed here.

The default setting is disabled.

This feature is only available on Firmware 1.5 or greater.

Event Log

The DCU has an inbuilt event log.

Everything

This displays a list of all events in chronological order.

Alarms Only

This displays a list of all warning, alarm and auto-stop events.

User Interaction Only

This displays a list of all button presses.

Commands Only

This displays a list of all remote commands to the DCU.

Events Only

This displays a list of all events that are not alarms, for instance Power On.

Save As…

The current list of events can be saved into a text file.

Home – DCU – Language

Please refer to the Language Section on page 53.

Communication Interface List

The DCU Communications Interface List covers the communication interface for

Modbus RTU (COM 3)

CANopen (COM 5)

The Communication I/O list is available online from the C Command Elite/Elite Plus Panel System MAB on the Cummins Marine Website.

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RP 410 Remote Panel Installation

Location

 

The RP is normally located in the engine control room and wheelhouse.

The RP should be mounted at about eye level and the user should have easy access to the touch screen and buttons on the panel.

Dimensions

All values in millimeters (mm).

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General Overview

General Overview The RP 410 is the remote panel for the C Command Elite/Elite Plus panel

The RP 410 is the remote panel for the C Command Elite/Elite Plus panel system. It is connected to the Ethernet network together with the DCU unit, and will – after a network search – locate all connected DCU units, and update its configuration accordingly.

No configuration is necessary on the RP 410. Just connect it in the network and set user preferences.

One RP 410 can control and monitor up to eight DCU units, and there can be an “unlimited” number of RP 410 units connected on the same network.

In an installation where multiple (more than one) RP 410 units are installed, the RP 410 units makes sure only one RP 410 has command of a single DCU at any one time. This is a society requirement.

User Preferences

Installation preferences can be set. These are available under a password protected menu, and includes options like enable/disable alarms, panel priority (when used together with other panels), panel location, which DCU units shall be connected, etc.

The operator can set user preferences to his/her liking, such as background wallpaper, backlight setting, etc.

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Electrical Connections

A minimum installation requires only power supply to terminals 1-2, and an Ethernet cable to the Ethernet switch.

Quick Wire Terminal Overview