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Symphony Plus

S+ Control: SPDSM04
Pulse Input Module
User Manual

Symphony Plus
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Document number: 2VAA001654
Preface

The SPDSM04 Pulse Input Module is a Harmony rack I/O module that is part of the Symphony Plus Control System. It
brings eight separate pulse signals into the system for a Harmony controller to monitor and control a process.

This user manual explains the SPDSM04 module specifications and operation. It details the procedures necessary to
complete setup, installation, maintenance, troubleshooting, and replacement of the module.

NOTE: The SPDSM04 module is fully compatible with existing INFI90 OPEN Strategic Enterprise Management Systems.
All references to the SPDSM04 module in this user manual apply to both the INFI90 and Symphony Plus versions of
these products (IMDSM04 and SPDSM04) respectively.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Safety Summary.......................................................................................................1

About This Book ......................................................................................................3


Document Conventions .......................................................................................3
Information and Tip Icons....................................................................................3

1. Introduction.................................................................................................... 1-1
1.1 Overview ..............................................................................................................1-1
1.2 Application usage ...............................................................................................1-1
1.3 Intended User ......................................................................................................1-1
1.4 Manual Content ...................................................................................................1-2
1.5 How to Use this Manual ......................................................................................1-2
1.6 Document Conventions ......................................................................................1-2
1.7 Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations...............................................................1-3
1.8 Reference Documents.........................................................................................1-3
1.9 Related Nomenclature ........................................................................................1-3
1.10 Specifications ......................................................................................................1-4

2. Description and Operation............................................................................ 2-1


2.1 Introduction .........................................................................................................2-1
2.2 Module Description .............................................................................................2-1
2.3 Operating Modes .................................................................................................2-2
2.3.1 Totalize.............................................................................................................2-2
2.3.2 Frequency ........................................................................................................2-2
2.3.3 Period...............................................................................................................2-2
2.4 Input Modes .........................................................................................................2-2
2.4.1 Externally Powered Normal Logic Level ..........................................................2-2
2.4.2 Internally Powered Contact..............................................................................2-2
2.4.3 Low Level.........................................................................................................2-2
2.5 Module Block Diagram........................................................................................2-3
2.5.1 Multiplexer and Input State Circuitry ................................................................2-3
2.5.2 Time Base Generation .....................................................................................2-3
2.5.3 I/O Expander Bus Interface..............................................................................2-3
2.5.4 Count and Output Memory...............................................................................2-3
2.5.5 Mode Memory ..................................................................................................2-3
2.5.6 Sequencer........................................................................................................2-4
2.5.7 Inputs ...............................................................................................................2-4
2.5.8 Input Section ....................................................................................................2-4
2.5.9 Power Supply...................................................................................................2-4

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2.5.10 Connector Functions........................................................................................2-4


2.6 Mounting Hardware.............................................................................................2-4

3. Installation ...................................................................................................... 3-1


3.1 Introduction .........................................................................................................3-1
3.2 Special Handling .................................................................................................3-1
3.3 Unpacking and Inspection..................................................................................3-1
3.4 Module Setup.......................................................................................................3-1
3.4.1 I/O Expander Bus Address (S1).......................................................................3-2
3.4.2 Preamplifier Select (S2, S3).............................................................................3-2
3.4.3 Jumpers ...........................................................................................................3-3
3.5 Module Installation ..............................................................................................3-4
3.6 NTDI01 Termination Unit.....................................................................................3-4
3.7 Cable Connections..............................................................................................3-4

4. Operating Procedures ................................................................................... 4-1


4.1 Introduction .........................................................................................................4-1
4.2 Startup ..................................................................................................................4-1

5. Troubleshooting............................................................................................. 5-1
5.1 Introduction .........................................................................................................5-1
5.2 Error Messages and Corrective Action .............................................................5-1
5.3 Module Errors ......................................................................................................5-1
5.4 Edge Connector Pin Assignments.....................................................................5-1

6. Maintenance ................................................................................................... 6-1


6.1 Introduction .........................................................................................................6-1
6.2 Preventive Maintenance Schedule ....................................................................6-1
6.3 Equipment and Tools Required..........................................................................6-1
6.4 Preventive Maintenance Procedures.................................................................6-1
6.4.1 Printed Circuit Board Cleaning.........................................................................6-2
6.4.2 Checking Connections .....................................................................................6-2

7. Repair and Replacement ............................................................................... 7-1


7.1 Introduction .........................................................................................................7-1
7.2 Module Repair and Replacement .......................................................................7-1

A. NTDI01 Termination Unit ............................................................................... A-1


A.1 Introduction ........................................................................................................ A-1
A.2 Configuring Inputs ............................................................................................. A-1

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LIST OF TABLES

Table 1-1 Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations .......................................................1-3


Table 1-2 Reference Documents ...............................................................................1-3
Table 1-3 Related Nomenclature ...............................................................................1-3
Table 1-4 Specifications ............................................................................................1-4
Table 3-1 I/O Expander Bus Address (S1) - Example Settings .................................3-2
Table 3-2 Voltage Jumpers ........................................................................................3-3
Table 3-3 Debounce Jumpers ...................................................................................3-3
Table 5-1 P1 Pin Assignments ..................................................................................5-1
Table 5-2 P2 Pin Assignments ..................................................................................5-1
Table 5-3 P3 Pin Assignments ..................................................................................5-2
Table 6-1 Preventive Maintenance Schedule ............................................................6-1
Table A-1 NTDI01 Dipshunt Configurations .............................................................. A-2

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LIST OF FIGURES

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1-1 Harmony Rack I/O Architecture................................................................. 1-1


Figure 2-1 Input Circuit ............................................................................................... 2-1
Figure 2-2 Module Block Diagram .............................................................................. 2-1
Figure 2-3 Mounting Hardware ................................................................................... 2-5
Figure 3-1 Module Layout........................................................................................... 3-2
Figure 3-2 Cable Connections .................................................................................... 3-4
Figure A-1 Dipshunts and Terminal Blocks................................................................ A-1
Figure A-2 NTDI01 Dipshunts .................................................................................... A-1
Figure A-3 NTDI01 Terminal Assignments ................................................................ A-2
Figure A-4 NTDI01 Cable Connection ....................................................................... A-2

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Safety Summary

The following table categorizes the various safety precautions to be followed when using the DSM04 module:

Safety Precaution Description


Electrostatic Sensitive Device

Devices labeled with this symbol require special handling


precautions as described in section 3- Installation of this
user manual.

GENERAL WARNINGS Equipment Environment


All components, whether in transportation, operation or
storage, must be in a non-corrosive environment.

Electrical Shock Hazard During Maintenance


Disconnect power or take precautions to insure that
contact with energized parts is avoided when servicing
SPECIFIC WARNINGS Disconnect power before installing dipshunts on the
module mounting unit backplane.Failure to do so will
result in contact with cabinet areas that could cause
severe or fatal shock. (Refer to sub-section
3.5- Module Installation of this user manual, where this
specific warning statement is applicable.

Never clean electrical parts or components with live power


present. Doing so exposes you to an electrical shock
hazard. (Refer to sub-section
6.4.1- Printed Circuit Board Cleaning of this user
manual, where this specific warning statement is
applicable)

Wear eye protection whenever working with cleaning


solvents.When removing solvents from printed circuit
boards using compressed air, injury to the eyes could
result from splashing solvent as it is removed from the
printed circuit board. (Refer to sub-section 6.4.1- Printed
Circuit Board Cleaning of this user manual, where this
specific warning statement is applicable)

There are exposed AC and DC connections inside the


cabinet. These exposed electrical connections present a
shock hazard that can cause injury or death. (Refer to
sub-section 6.4.2- Checking Connections of this user
manual, where this specific warning statement is
applicable)

If input or output circuits are a shock hazard after


disconnecting system power at the power entry panel,
then the door of the cabinet containing these externally
powered circuits must be marked with a warning
stating that multiple power sources exist. (Refer to
sub-section 6.4.2- Checking Connections of this user
manual, where this specific warning statement is
applicable)

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Safety Precaution Description
SPECIFIC CAUTION Damage to the module may occur if voltage range one is
selected for an input that uses a preamplifier. (Refer to
section 3.4.2- Preamplifier Select (S2, S3) of this user
manual, where this specific caution statement is
applicable.

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About This Book

About This Book

Document Conventions
Microsoft Windows conventions are normally used for the standard presentation of material when entering text, key
sequences, prompts, messages, menu items, screen elements, etc.

Information and Tip Icons


This publication includes Information and Notes where appropriate to point out important information or useful hints to the
reader. The corresponding sections should be interpreted as follows:
Information alerts the reader to pertinent facts and conditions

Warning indicates the presence of a hazard which could result in a plant shutdown.:

Caution indicates the presence of a hazard which could result in personal or hardware
module damage.

NOTE Note indicates advice on, for example, how to design your project or how to use a certain function

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1. Introduction Overview

1. Introduction
1.1 Overview
The DSM04 Pulse Input Module is a Harmony rack I/O module that is part of the Symphony Plus Control System. It brings
eight separate pulse signals into the system for a Harmony controller to monitor and control a process. The input signals are
optically isolated. The controller performs the control functions. I/O modules provide the input and output functions.

NOTE: The DSM04 module is fully compatible with existing INFI 90 OPEN Strategic Enterprise Management Systems.
The following figure (Figure 1-1) shows the Harmony rack I/O architecture. The Harmony rack controllers can use the rack
I/O modules for I/O interface.

Figure 1-1 Harmony Rack I/O Architecture

1.2 Application usage


The DSM04 module is an active interface device that supplies data to a Harmony controller. The I/O module conditions,
converts, and processes pulse inputs such as low level amplitude pulses, sine waves, logic level pulses, or contact closures
into digital signals. Applications for the module include turbine flowmeters, tachometers, Watt meters, proximity sensors,
and counters. The modular design of the DSM04 module, as with all rack I/O modules, allows for flexibility when creating a
process management system strategy.

1.3 Intended User


Personnel installing, operating, or maintaining the DSM04 module should read this user manual before performing any
installation, operation, or maintenance procedures. Installation requires an engineer or technician with experience in
handling electronic circuitry. Personnel working with the pulse input module must have experience working on it and know
the precautions to take around AC/DC power. Knowledge of the Symphony Plus system and electronic principles is also
required.

1.4 Manual Content


This user manual consists of seven sections and one appendix section:

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How to Use this Manual 1. Introduction

• Introduction:
This section provides a brief description, general usage information, and technical specifications.

• Description and Operation:


This section explains the module operation and input circuitry.

• Installation:
This section describes setup procedures required before module operation. It also explains the switch and
jumper settings, and installation procedures.

• Operating Procedures:
This section explains the startup process of the DSM04 module.

• Troubleshooting:
This section describes the error indications and corrective actions to take.

• Maintenance:
This section provides a maintenance schedule for the DSM04 module.

• Repair and Replacement:


This section details procedures that explain how to replace the module.

• Appendix A: NTDI01 Termination Unit:


This appendix section shows the dipshunt settings, terminal assignments, and cabling for the NTDI01 digital
input termination unit.

1.5 How to Use this Manual


Make sure to read this manual in sequence. It is important to become familiar with the entire contents of the user manual
before using the module.

The user manual is organized to enable quick information retrieval:


1. Read the Operating Procedures section before installing the module.
2. Perform the steps in the Installation section.
3. Refer to the Troubleshooting section to resolve problems, if they occur.
4. Refer to the Maintenance section for scheduled maintenance requirements.
5. Refer to the Repair and Replacement section to replace a module.

1.6 Document Conventions


The ‘?’ in the nomenclature or in a part number indicates a variable for that position (e.g., IMMFP1?).

1.7 Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations


The following table (Table 1-1) contains the terms and abbreviations that are unique to ABB or have a definition that is
different from standard industry usage:

Table 1-1 Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations

Term Definition

Cnet Symphony system advanced data communication highway.

Controlway High speed, redundant, peer-to-peer communication link. Used to transfer


information between intelligent modules within a Harmony control unit.

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Table 1-1 Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations (Continued)

Term Definition

Dipshunt Dual in-line package with shorting bars.

Dipswitch A dual in-line package that contains single pole switches.

Function code An algorithm which manipulates specific functions. These functions are linked
(FC) together to form the control strategy.

I/O expander bus Parallel communication bus between the Harmony rack controllers and rack
I/O modules.

Module mounting A card cage that provides electrical and communication support for Harmony
unit (MMU) rack modules.

Pulse inputs Low level amplitude pulses, sinewaves, logic level pulses, or contact closures.
Examples are turbine flowmeters, tachometers, Watt meters, proximity
sensors, and counters.

Termination unit Provides input/output connection between plant equipment and the Harmony
(TU) rack modules.

1.8 Reference Documents


The following table (Table 1-2) lists ABB instructions for equipment that is referenced in this user manual:

Table 1-2 Reference Documents

Number Document

2VAA002157 Module Mounting Unit (IEMMU21, IEMMU22)

2VAA000844 Symphony Function Code Application Manual

2VAA001693 Digital Input Termination Unit (NTDI01)

2VAA000813 Composer, Automation Architect

1.9 Related Nomenclature


The following table (Table 1-3) lists nomenclature related to the DSM04 module.

Table 1-3 Related Nomenclature

Nomenclature Description

IEMMU21, IEMMU22 Module mounting unit

NFTP01 Field termination panel

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Specifications 1. Introduction

1.10 Specifications
The following table (Table 1-4) contains the specifications for the DSM04 module:

Table 1-4 Specifications

Property Characteristic/Value

Power requirements
Voltage ±5 VDC logic supply ± 5%
±24 VDC I/O supply +12%, -10%
Current 5 VDC at 1.4 A typical, 1.5 A maximum
24 VDC at 62 mA typical, 70 mA maximum

Overvoltage category I for power


(ANSI/ISA S82.01-1994 and II for inputs
IEC 61010)

Pulse inputs 8 independently configured, optically isolated channels

Range 1
Voltage 4.0 VDC to 6.0 VDC
Current 14.8 mA maximum at 6.0 VDC
Logic 1 4.0 VDC minimum, 6.0 VDC maximum
Logic 0 0 V minimum, 1.0 V maximum

Range 2
Voltage 21.6 VDC to 27.0 VDC
Current 8.4 mA maximum at 24.0 VDC
Logic 1 21.6 VDC minimum, 27.0 VDC maximum
Logic 0 0 VDC minimum, 2.0 VDC maximum

Range 3 Channels 1 and 2 only


Voltage 50 mVPP to 10 VPP (preamplifiers)
Current 0.4 mA maximum at 10.0 VPP
Logic 1 25.0 mVP minimum, 5.0 VP maximum
Logic 0 -5.0 VP minimum, -25.0 mVP maximum

Debounce On time 8.5 ms typical


Off time 8.5 ms typical

Input signal frequency limit Upper frequency limit for using debounce: 40Hz

Accuracy
Period ±1 count
Frequency ±1 count
Totalize ±0 count

Maximum input frequency 50 kHz (at 50% duty cycle)

Timebase accuracy ±0.033%

Isolation voltage 350 VRMS inputs to logic


150 VRMS channel to channel

Surge withstand Meets requirements of IEEE Surge Capability (Standard 472-1974)


on all debounced inputs.
NOTE: If a preamplifier is selected for a channel, the counter
associated with that channel may increment during surge pulsing.

Mounting Occupies one slot in a standard module mounting unit.

Environmental:

Ambient temperature 0° to 70°C (32° to 158°F)

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Table 1-4 Specifications (Continued)

Property Characteristic/Value

Relative humidity 5% to 95% up to 55°C (131°F) (noncondensing)


5% to 45% at 70°C (158°F) (noncondensing)
Pollution degree: I

Altitude Sea level to 3 km (1.86 mi)

Air quality Noncorrosive

CE Mark declaration This product, when installed in a Symphony cabinet, complies with
the following directives/standards for CE marking.

EMC96 Directive EN50082-2 Generic Immunity Standard - Part 2: Industrial


2004/108/EC Environment
EN50081-2 Generic Emission Standard - Part 2: Industrial
Environment

Low Voltage Directive EN61010-1 Safety Requirements for Electrical Equipment for Mea-
2006/95/EC surement, Control and Laboratory Use - Part 1: General Require-
ments

Certifications:

Canadian Standards Certified for use as process control equipment in an ordinary (non-
Association (CSA) hazardous) location.

Factory Mutual (FM) Approval for the following categories:


Nonincendive for:
Class I Division 2, Groups A,B,C,D
Class II, Division 2, Groups F,G

SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

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2. Description and Operation


2.1 Introduction
This section explains the inputs and input circuitry, control logic, logic power and connections for the DSM04 module. The
module is a digital input interface for a Harmony controller.

2.2 Module Description


The DSM04 module can bring eight separate pulse signals in three voltage ranges. Two ranges are 4 to 6 VDC and 21.6 to
27 VDC (the 21.6 to 27 VDC range allows connection of dry contact inputs). The third range is input to the preamplifiers on
channels one and two (for low level pulse inputs between 50 millivolts and 10 volts peak-to-peak). The module connects
inputs to the Symphony system without separate converters.

Individual voltage and response time are jumper selectable on the module to configure each input. Selectable response
times (fast or slow) allow compensation for process field device debounce time.

The DSM04 module provides 16-bit resolution in the input channels for frequencies up to 50 kilohertz. It makes high
resolution measurements of low frequency signals at selected rates for periods between 20 microseconds and 655  103
seconds. The I/O module can count the number of rising or falling edges of input signals and measure the time between the
pulse edges.

The I/O module has eight pulse input circuits that condition process signals (Figure 2-1). Input signals are processed,
stored and sent to the controller. The controller communicates with its I/O module on an eight-line I/O expander bus shown
in Figure 2-2. Each I/O module on the I/O expander bus has a unique address set by the module address dipswitch.

Figure 2-1 Input Circuit

Figure 2-2 Module Block Diagram

The DSM04 module consists of a single printed circuit board that occupies one slot in a module mounting unit (MMU). Two
captive screws on the faceplate secure the DSM04 module to the module mounting unit. The module has three card edge
connectors for external signals and power (P1, P2, and P3). P1 connects to common (ground) and +5 VDC power. P2
connects the module to the I/O expander bus to communicate with a controller. The pulse signals are input through

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Operating Modes 2. Description and Operation

connector P3 using a cable connected to a termination unit. The terminal blocks (physical connection points) for field wiring
are on the termination unit.

Each input channel can respond to either 4 to 6 VDC or 21.6 to 27 VDC and either the rising or falling edge of the signal. In
addition, channels one and two can be routed through preamplifiers so they can respond to inputs from 50 millivolt
(peak-to-peak) to 10 volt (peak-to-peak).

2.3 Operating Modes


The DMS04 module channels are configured using function codes in the controller. A function code determines a channel’s
mode of operation: Pulse Input/Totalize (FC 104), Pulse Input/Frequency (FC 103), or Pulse Input/Period (FC 102).
Additionally, the expected duration of the input pulses can be specified using Pulse Input/Duration (FC 109). Refer to
section 4- Operating Procedures of this user manual for more information.

After installing the DSM04 module, enter the module address and the input specifications into the controller configuration
(i.e., function code specifications) along with the normal operating configuration. A workstation running Composer Harmony
software is generally used. Enter the specifications into the controller configuration using the appropriate function code for
the desired mode of operation.

2.3.1 Totalize
In totalize mode, the DSM04 module counts the total number of pulses of an input up to 65,534 or until the controller resets
the counter. The controller sends a request to the DSM04 module at a user specified rate. The I/O module replies with a
running total of the number of input pulses it has accumulated for each channel in the totalize mode. The controller can read
a channel or read and reset a channel.

2.3.2 Frequency
In frequency mode, the DSM04 module counts the number of input pulses or cycles that occur in a preset period on a
channel. The measurement range is 0.15 millihertz to 50 kilohertz, selectable in one of six range segments. The range
segments are specified by the function code specifications. The I/O module reads the value and sends it to the controller
when the controller sends a request. The resolution of the DSM04 module depends on your application.

2.3.3 Period
In period mode, the DSM04 module counts the number of time-base pulses that occur during the period of an input pulse.
Each input channel can use a different time-base clock to measure the period of the input signal. The time-base pulses can
be set to 0.1 millisecond, 1.0 millisecond, 10 milliseconds, 0.1 second, 1.0 second, or 10 seconds. The resolution of the
DSM04 module depends on your application.

2.4 Input Modes


Each of the eight input channels can be set to one of two possible modes. A third mode is possible for channels one and
two in which the inputs can be routed to preamplifiers on the DSM04 module to sense low level signals. The three modes
are externally powered normal logic level input, internally powered contact input, and low level input (only on channels one
and two).

2.4.1 Externally Powered Normal Logic Level


Set up the externally powered normal logic level input mode when using self powered input circuits isolated from the pulse
processing circuits. There are two available ranges that can be set by jumpers J1 through J8 on the module. Range one is
4.0 VDC to 6.0 VDC and range two is 21.6 VDC to 27 VDC.

2.4.2 Internally Powered Contact


The 24 VDC input and output power supply uses the internally powered contact input mode. It is used to sense open and
closed conditions in the input circuit. Set up this mode by making proper dipshunt connections on the termination unit.
Voltage range two must be selected on the module for this mode.

2.4.3 Low Level


The low level input mode (only for channels one and two) detects differential input voltage. Voltages can range from
50 millivolts (peak-to-peak) to 10 volts (peak-to-peak). Set voltage ranges by routing the inputs through preamplifiers.
Switch the preamplifiers in or out with slide switches S2 and S3 on the DSM04 module. An input voltage of 25 millivolts or
more is a logic one in the module, and a voltage of less than -25 millivolts is a logic zero. Voltage range two must be
selected on the module for this mode.

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The input isolation block has current limiters and optocouplers to isolate the eight field inputs from the module circuitry. All
inputs pass through high-speed, open-collector, opto-isolators. The input signals go through the Schmitt-trigger inverters to
enhance the pulse definition.

Between the opto-isolators and the inverters are RC circuits that produce an 8.5 millisecond debounce time delay. Connect
jumpers J9 through J16 for the time delay. The input circuits provide 350 volts RMS isolation between input and logic
circuits, and 150 volts RMS isolation between input channels.

The DSM04 module can be divided into functional modules (Figure 2-2). These modules provide the control functions in the
DSM04 module.

2.5 Module Block Diagram


Figure 2-2 shows the DSM04 block diagram to illustrate signal flow through the module. The input circuits connect to the
termination unit. A cable connects the inputs between the termination unit and the P3 edge connector of the module.

2.5.1 Multiplexer and Input State Circuitry


The eight conditioned input signals from the Schmitt-trigger inverters are time-division multiplexed to use a single 16-bit
counter. A channel counter increments the multiplexer. Each channel processes in turn every 7.2 microseconds (every 7.8
microseconds if an I/O expander bus transaction takes place). The channel counter spends about 900 nanoseconds
processing each input before moving on to the next channel.

When the multiplexer selects a channel, an eight-bit shift register stores the input state (0 or 1). The register shifts for each
channel sample. The eight-bit register holds the previous input state for each complete count. The controller can read the
present input state.

2.5.2 Time Base Generation


The six time-base signals generated here are multiplexed for greatest resolution for the sampled input. The choice recorded
in the mode memory determines the time-base signal selected. Present and previous time-base pulse states are stored for
use in determining count completion.

2.5.3 I/O Expander Bus Interface


The I/O expander bus interface translates the eight-bit bidirectional bus into two eight-bit unidirectional internal busses; one
input and one output. Information is communicated over the expander bus by sending either three or five bytes in sequence
depending on the operation. The operations that the controller can request from the DSM04 module are read module
status, read input states, write channel configuration, read channel, and reset and read channel.

The I/O expander bus interface receives an eight-bit module address from the controller and compares it to the address set
on S1. If the addresses match, then the module responds to the bytes that follow. If the function code byte specifies a read
operation, the interface sends the selected information from the output buffer.

2.5.4 Count and Output Memory


There is only one 16-bit counter. All eight input channels share the counter. A 16-bit memory location stores the count value
associated with each channel. The memory (count memory) takes up half of a 16  16 memory array made up of four RAM
memory chips.

The other half the memory array (output memory) stores the final or total accumulated count. Whenever the controller reads
a channel, the 16-bit count value in output memory for that channel is transferred into an output buffer comprised of two
output memory buffer chips.

The output buffer is enabled at the appropriate time to place the count value onto the I/O expander bus. If the operation is a
reset-read, after transferring the count value, the buffer clears both the count memory and the output memory for that
channel. The count is flagged as invalid, if the count is not complete. The count is not valid until at least one input pulse is
complete, but is always valid by the end of the second pulse.

2.5.5 Mode Memory


The mode memory stores the information that determines how each input is to be handled. Each input can be set for one of
three modes: totalize, frequency, or period. The mode for an input can be set so that the circuitry counts on either the rising
or falling part of the signal. The frequency mode can be set for three ranges and the period mode can be set for one of six
ranges.

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Sequencer 2. Description and Operation

The mode memory occupies half of an 8  16 memory array. The other half is the data valid memory. In this location the
array stores the information necessary to decide if the data valid bit should be set or not.

2.5.6 Sequencer
Three programmable array logic integrated circuits make up the sequencer. The sequencer is the control center for the
DSM04 module. It provides all the timing signals needed by the other circuit blocks.

2.5.7 Inputs
Digital field inputs are voltages of either 4 to 6 VDC, 21.6 to 27 VDC, 50 millivolts and 10 volts (peak-to-peak). These
voltages indicate an energized (on) field device; a 0 volt input indicates a de-energized (off) field device. Jumpers on the
DSM04 module select the voltage level and debounce for each input. Section 3- Installation of this user manual explains the
jumper connections.

2.5.8 Input Section


The field inputs connect to the termination unit. It sends them through the termination unit cable to the P3 edge connector
on the DSM04 module. Each of the eight input channels can be set to one of two possible modes. A third mode is possible
for channels one and two. Inputs can be routed to preamplifiers on the module to sense low level signals.
Section 3- Installation of this user manual describes the specific connections needed for each mode.

2.5.9 Power Supply


The module mounting unit supplies +5 VDC power for digital circuitry to connector P1. If input one or two uses a
preamplifier, then the 24 VDC I/O supply must be connected to the E1 terminal of the termination unit. This power is routed
to the DSM04 module through the termination cable to edge connector P3.

2.5.10 Connector Functions


The DSM04 module has three standard edge connectors along the rear of the circuit board. The 12-pin, P1 connector
supplies the +5 VDC logic power from the MMU backplane. The 12-pin, P2 connector connects the module to the I/O
expander bus through a 12-strap dipshunt mounted on the MMU backplane. The eight input signals come into the 30-pin,
P3 connector through a termination unit cable from the termination unit.

2.6 Mounting Hardware


Harmony rack I/O modules and termination units mount in standard ABB enclosures. The number of modules that can be
mounted in a single cabinet varies.

An IEMMU21 or IEMMU22 module mounting unit and an NFTP01 field termination panel (FTP) are used for module and
termination unit mounting respectively (Figure 2-3). The mounting unit and termination panel both attach to the side rails in

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2. Description and Operation Mounting Hardware

standard 483-millimeter (19-inch) enclosures. Front mount and rear mount MMU versions are available to provide flexibility
in enclosure mounting.

Figure 2-3 Mounting Hardware

A module mounting unit is required to mount and provide power to rack-mounted modules. The unit is for mounting
controllers, I/O modules, and communication interface modules. The MMU backplane connects and routes:
• Controlway.
• I/O expander bus.
• Logic power to control, I/O, and interface modules.
The Controlway and I/O expander bus are internal cabinet, communication buses. Communication between rack controllers
and communication interface modules is over Controlway.

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3. Installation Introduction

3. Installation
3.1 Introduction
This section explains the procedures required to place the DSM04 module into operation. It includes instructions on setting
the address selection switch, setup and physical installation, wiring and cable connections. Do not proceed with operation
until this is read, understood and all steps have been completed in the order in which they appear.

NOTE: The DSM04 module is a high power I/O module. Up to 20 high power I/O modules per controller can be
connected to the I/O expander bus.

3.2 Special Handling


NOTE: Always use the ABB field static kit (part number 1948385A1), consisting of two wrist straps, ground cord assem-
bly, alligator clip, and static dissipating work surface when working with static sensitive devices. The kit is designed to
connect the technician and the static dissipating work surface to the same ground point to prevent damage to the static
sensitive devices by electrostatic discharge.

Use the static grounding wrist strap when installing and removing modules. Static discharge can damage static sensitive
devices on modules in a cabinet. Use grounded equipment and static safe practices when working with static sensitive
devices.

Follow the given steps when handling electronic circuitry:


1. Use Static Shielding Bag: Keep the module in its static shielding bag until you are ready to install it in the
system. Save the bag for future use.
2. Ground Bags before Opening: Before opening a bag containing an assembly with static sensitive devices,
touch it to the equipment housing or ground to equalize charges.
3. Avoid Touching Circuitry: Handle assemblies by the edges; avoid touching the circuitry.
4. Avoid Partial Connection of Static Sensitive Devices: Verify that all devices connected to the modules are
properly grounded before using them.
5. Ground Test Equipment.
6. Use an Antistatic Field Service Vacuum: Remove dust from the cards if necessary.
7. Use a Grounded Wrist Strap: Connect the wrist strap to the appropriate grounding plug.
8. Do Not Use Lead Pencils to Set Dipswitches: To avoid contamination of switch contacts that can result in
unnecessary circuit board malfunction, do not use a lead pencil to set a dipswitch.

3.3 Unpacking and Inspection


Follow the given steps to unpack and inspect the module:
1. Examine the hardware immediately to verify that it has not been damaged in transit.
2. Notify the nearest ABB sales office of any such damage.
3. File a claim for any damage with the transportation company that handled the shipment.
4. Use the original packing material and container to store the hardware.
5. Store the hardware in an environment of good air quality, free from temperature and moisture extremes.

3.4 Module Setup


Before installation, the module address must be set and the input channel jumpers need to be configured. Also, the
termination unit must be configured to accept the field input signals.

Figure 3-1 displays the module layout showing the positions of the switches and jumpers on the DSM04 module:
• Module address switch S1.
• Preamplifier select switches S2 and S3.
• Voltage select jumpers J1 through J8.

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I/O Expander Bus Address (S1) 3. Installation

3.4.1 I/O Expander Bus Address (S1)


The DSM04 module can have one of the 64 addresses (address 0 to 63) on the I/O expander bus. This address uniquely
identifies the I/O module to the controller.

Figure 3-1 Module Layout

Set the DSM04 module I/O expander bus address to any unused binary address from zero to 63. Table 3-1 lists examples
of I/O expander bus address dipswitch settings. Refer to Figure 3-1 for the location of S1. Record the I/O expander bus
address in the user setting column.

3.4.2 Preamplifier Select (S2, S3)


Use switches S2 and S3 to route the channel one and channel two inputs through preamplifiers on the DSM04 module. S2
is for channel one and S3 is for channel two. These switches route low level input signals. With a preamplifier switched in,
the respective input registers a logic one for a differential voltage of 25 millivolts peak, and allows inputs of up to 5 volts
peak. Figure 3-1 shows S2 and S3 locations. To use a preamplifier for an input, move its slide switch to the in position.
.

Table 3-1 I/O Expander Bus Address (S1) - Example Settings

Dipswitch Pole
Example (Binary Value) User
Address Setting
1 2 3 4 5 6
(32) (16) (8) (4) (2) (1)

15 0 0 1 1 1 1

32 1 0 0 0 0 0

63 1 1 1 1 1 1
NOTE: 0 = closed or on, 1 = open or off.

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3. Installation Jumpers

Damage to the module may occur if voltage range one is selected for an input that uses a
preamplifier.

If a preamplifier is switched in, select range two with the voltage selection jumper for that input channel. The 24 VDC I/O
power must be connected to the termination unit as shown in Appendix A- NTDI01 Termination Unit of this user manual.

3.4.3 Jumpers
Jumpers J1 through J8 set the input voltage levels and jumpers J9 through J16 set the DC voltage response time (speed).
The DC inputs have two propagation (speed) choices to allow for debounce time: slow response setting (8.5 millisecond
debounce time) or fast response setting (no debounce time). There are three terminals at each jumper location. Figure 3-1
shows the jumper locations.

3.4.3.1 Voltage Jumpers


Jumpers J1 through J8 select one of two input voltage ranges (Table 3-2). Range one registers a logic one for an input of
4 VDC to 6 VDC. Range two registers a logic one input for a voltage level of 21 VDC to 27 VDC. Complete the jumper
connections by putting the jumpers onto the two pins closest to the desired letter on the circuit board (Figure 3-1).

Table 3-2 Voltage Jumpers

Channel Jumper Range 1 Range 2

1 J1 A B

2 J2 A B

3 J3 A B

4 J4 A B

5 J5 A B

6 J6 A B

7 J7 A B

8 J8 A B
NOTES:
Range 1: logic 0 = 0 to 1 VDC; logic 1 = 4 to 6
VDC.
Range 2: logic 0 = 0 to 2 VDC; logic 1 = 21.6 to 27
VDC.

3.4.3.2 Debounce Jumpers


Jumpers J9 through J16 allow connection of an RC circuit into an input circuit to slow its response time (Table 3-3). This is
useful to prevent false triggering from switched inputs due to bounce. An input that has a jumper in the debounce position
will have a delay to an input transition of about 8.5 milliseconds. This delay restricts input frequencies to about 40 hertz.
Complete the jumper connections by putting the jumpers onto the two pins closest to the desired letter on the circuit board
(Figure 3-1).

Table 3-3 Debounce Jumpers

No
Channel Jumper Debounce
Debounce

1 J9 C D

2 J10 C D

3 J11 C D

4 J12 C D

5 J13 C D

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Table 3-3 Debounce Jumpers (Continued)

No
Channel Jumper Debounce
Debounce

6 J14 C D

7 J15 C D

8 J16 C D

3.5 Module Installation


NOTE: This section provides instructions about the physical installation of the I/O module only. Refer to the NTDI01 user
manual for complete termination unit information.

Follow the given steps to install the DSM04 module in the module mounting unit:
1. Locate the module mounting unit slot assignment for the module..
Disconnect power before installing dipshunts on the MMU backplane. Failure to do so will
result in contact with cabinet areas that could cause severe or fatal shock

2. Verify that a dipshunt is in the I/O expander bus socket on the MMU backplane between the DSM04 module and
the controller.
3. Connect the hooded end of the termination cable from the termination unit to the MMU backplane.
4. Insert the connector into the same backplane slot that is assigned to the I/O module.

NOTE: The latches should snap securely into place.

5. Align the module with the plastic guide rails in the module mounting unit.
6. Slide the module in until the front panel is flush with the top and bottom of the MMU frame.
7. Turn the two thumbscrews on the faceplate ½-turn until the module locks in place.

3.6 NTDI01 Termination Unit


The termination unit has the terminal blocks (connection points) for field input wiring. Configure the termination unit to
accept the field inputs sent to the DSM04 module; refer to Appendix A- NTDI01 Termination Unit of this user manual.

3.7 Cable Connections


The DSM04 module uses an NTDI01 termination unit. Refer to Figure 3-2 for the cable to use and the appropriate cable
connections.

Figure 3-2 Cable Connections

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4. Operating Procedures Introduction

4. Operating Procedures
4.1 Introduction
This section explains the startup for the DSM04 module.

4.2 Startup
After installing the DSM04 module, follow the given steps to startup the DSM04 module:
1. Enter the module address and the input specifications into the controller with the normal setup values.
2. Use a workstation running Conductor or Composer software to modify the specifications.
3. Enter the DSM04 module specifications into function code 102 for period mode, 103 for frequency mode, and
104 for totalization mode.

NOTE: Refer to the Function Code Reference Manual for the specifications that must be entered. Most of
these specifications are self explanatory.

When using the frequency mode, there are six ranges available. The output of the module is the number of input cycles in a
specified period. The controller scales the counts to give a direct frequency parameter that can be used in control schemes.
Frequency ranges available are 0.1 hertz to 6.55 kilohertz for a 10-second count period, 1.0 hertz to 50 kilohertz for a 1.0-
second count period, 10.0 hertz to 50 kilohertz for a 0.1-second count period.

The other three frequency ranges in the frequency mode set the module to the period mode. These ranges are 0.1 hertz to
1.5 kilohertz, 10 hertz to 15 kilohertz and 10.0 to 150 kilohertz. The module output count is then scaled by the controller to
give a frequency operating parameter.

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5. Troubleshooting Introduction

5. Troubleshooting
5.1 Introduction
This section explains the error indications and corrective actions for the DSM04 module.

5.2 Error Messages and Corrective Action


Status of the DSM04 module is available by checking the controller for good quality on its input blocks. Use any human
system interface such as a workstation running Conductor software to observe the status. Refer to the appropriate human
system interface manual for the steps to call up the module status report.

5.3 Module Errors


The address set on address switch (S1) and in the controller configuration must be the same. The controller generates a
missing slave module error, if it does not match. Verify that the address set on S1 is the same as the address in function
code 84, specification one.

Follow the given steps to set S1 address to same address in FC 84 specifications one:
1. Remove the module and change the setting of S1 to match the controller configuration (refer to section
3- Installation of this user manual for the procedures to set an address and to install the module).
- or -
2. Modify the address in the controller configuration (function code 84, specification one) to match the address set
on S1.
3. Use a human system interface or a workstation running Composer software to modify the configuration. (Refer
to the appropriate product manual for procedures to modify a function code specification, if required.)

The controller generates a missing slave module error for an I/O module disconnected from the I/O expander bus. Verify the
bus connection on the MMU backplane.

NOTE: The controller trips when the DSM04 module fails. When you change the trip control function code specification,
it causes the controller to continue to operate, if the I/O module fails.

If the DSM04 module is faulty, replace it with a new one. It can be removed with system power on. Refer to 3- Installation of
this user manual for the procedures to install a module or refer to section 7- Repair and Replacement of this user manual for
the procedures to remove a module.

5.4 Edge Connector Pin Assignments


The DSM04 module has three connection points for external signals and power (P1, P2, and P3).

Table 5-1,Table 5-2, and Table 5-3 shows the pin connections.

Table 5-1 P1 Pin Assignments

Pin Connection Pin Connection

1 +5 VDC 7 NC

2 +5 VDC 8 NC

3 NC 9 NC

4 NC 10 NC

5 Power common 11 NC

6 Power common 12 NC
NOTE: NC= not connected

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Edge Connector Pin Assignments 5. Troubleshooting

Table 5-2 P2 Pin Assignments

Pin Connection Pin Connection

1 Data 1 7 Data 7

2 Data 0 8 Data 6

3 Data 3 9 Clock

4 Data 2 10 Sync

5 Data 5 11 + 5 VDC

6 Data 4 12 Ground

Table 5-3 P3 Pin Assignments

Pin Connection Pin Connection

A Channel 1 (+) 1 Channel 1 (-)

B Channel 2 (+) 2 Channel 2 (-)

C Channel 3 (+) 3 Channel 3 (-)

D Channel 4 (+) 4 Channel 4 (-)

K Channel 5 (+) 9 Channel 5 (-)

L Channel 6 (+) 10 Channel 6 (-)

M Channel 7 (+) 11 Channel 7 (-)

N Channel 8 (+) 12 Channel 8 (-)

S Common 15 24 VDC+

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6. Maintenance Introduction

6. Maintenance
6.1 Introduction
The reliability of any stand-alone product or control system is affected by the maintenance of the equipment. ABB
recommends that all equipment users practice a preventive maintenance program that keeps the equipment operating at an
optimum level.

This section presents procedures that can be performed on-site. These preventive maintenance procedures should be used
as guidelines to assist in establishing good preventive maintenance practices. Select the minimum steps required to meet
the needs of your system.

Personnel performing preventive maintenance should meet the following qualifications:


• Qualified electrical technicians or engineers who have proper knowledge of using test equipment.
• Good knowledge of the DSM04 module.
• Good knowledge of module mounting unit.
• Experience working with process control systems, and knowing what precautions to take when working on live
AC/DC systems.

6.2 Preventive Maintenance Schedule


The following table (Table 6-1) details the preventive maintenance schedule for the DSM04 module. The table lists the
preventive maintenance tasks in groups according to their specified maintenance interval. Instructions for tasks that require
further explanation are covered under sub-section 6.4- Preventive Maintenance Procedures of this user manual.

NOTE: The preventive maintenance schedule is for general purposes only. The application may require special
attention.

Table 6-1 Preventive Maintenance Schedule

Task Frequency

Check cabinet air filters. Clean or replace them as necessary. Check the air filter 3 months
more frequently in excessively dirty environments.

Check cabinet and module for dust. Clean as necessary using an antistatic vacuum.

Check all module signal, power and ground connections within the cabinet. Verify
that they are secure. Refer to procedure.

Check module circuit board, giving special attention to power contacts and edge 12 months
connectors. Clean as necessary. Refer to procedure.

Complete all tasks in this table. Shutdown

6.3 Equipment and Tools Required


Following are the tools and equipment required for maintenance procedures include:
• Antistatic vacuum.
• Clean, lint-free cloth.
• Compressed air.
• Nonabrasive eraser.
• Fiberglass or nylon burnishing brush.
• Foam-tipped swab.
• Bladed screwdriver suitable for terminal blocks.
• Isopropyl alcohol (99.5 percent electronic grade).
• Natural bristle brush.

6.4 Preventive Maintenance Procedures


This section covers the folowing tasks from Table 6-1 that requires specific instruction or further explanation:

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Printed Circuit Board Cleaning 6. Maintenance

• Checking signal, power, and ground connections.


• Cleaning printed circuit boards.

6.4.1 Printed Circuit Board Cleaning


Never clean electrical parts of components with live power present. Doing so exposes you
to an electrical shock hazard.

Wear eye protection whenever working with cleaning solvents. When removing solvents
from printed circuit boards using compressed air, injury to the eyes could result from
splashing solvent as it is removed from the printed circuit board.
There are several circuit board cleaning procedures in this section. These procedures cover circuit board cleaning and
washing, cleaning edge connectors and circuit board laminate between edge connectors. Use the procedures that meet the
needs of each circuit board. Remove all dust, dirt, oil, corrosion or any other contaminant from the circuit board.

Perform all cleaning and handling of the printed circuit boards at static safe work stations. Always observe the steps listed
under sub-section 3.2- Special Handling of this user manual when handling printed circuit boards.

6.4.1.1 General Cleaning and Washing


If the printed circuit board needs minor cleaning, remove dust and residue from the printed circuit board surface using
clean, dry, filtered compressed air or an antistatic field service vacuum cleaner.

Follow the given steps to wash the printed circuit board:


1. Clean the printed circuit board by spraying it with isopropyl alcohol (99.5% electronic grade)

or
2. Wipe the board with a foam-tipped swab wetted in isopropyl alcohol.
3. Remove excess solvent by using compressed air to blow it free of the circuit board, when the circuit board is
clean.

6.4.1.2 Edge Connector Cleaning

Follow the given steps to clean the edge connector:


1. Use a solvent mixture of 80% isopropyl alcohol (99.5% electronic grade) and 20% distilled water.
2. Soak a lint-free cloth with the solvent mixture.
3. Work the cloth back and forth parallel to the edge connector contacts.
4. Repeat with a clean cloth that is soaked with the solvent mixture.
5. Dry the edge connector contact area by wiping with a clean lint-free cloth.

Follow the given steps to clean tarnished or deeply stained edge connector contacts:
1. Use a nonabrasive eraser to remove tarnish or stains.

NOTE: Fiberglass or nylon burnishing brushes can also be used.


2. Minimize electrostatic discharge by using the 80/20 isopropyl alcohol/water solution during burnishing.

NOTE: Do not use excessive force while burnishing. Use only enough force to shine the contact surface.

3. Inspect the edge connector after cleaning to assure no loss of contact surface.

6.4.2 Checking Connections


NOTE: Power to the cabinet should be off while performing this preventive maintenance task.
There are exposed AC and DC connections inside the cabinet. These exposed electrical
connections present a shock hazard that can cause injury or death.

If input or output circuits are a shock hazard after disconnecting system power at the
power entry panel, then the door of the cabinet containing these externally powered
circuits must be marked with a warning stating that multiple power sources exist.
Check all signal wiring, power and ground connections within the cabinet to verify their integrity. When checking
connections, always turn a screw, nut or other fastening device in the direction to tighten only. If the connection is loose, it is

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tightened. If the connection is tight, the tightening action verifies that it is secure. There must not be any motion done to
loosen the connection.

NOTE: Power to the cabinet must be off while performing this task.

During check connections, verify all cable connections are secure.

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Checking Connections 6. Maintenance

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7. Repair and Replacement Introduction

7. Repair and Replacement


7.1 Introduction
This section explains the replacement steps for the DSM04 module.

NOTE: Special tools are not required to replace the module.

7.2 Module Repair and Replacement


If the module is faulty, replace it with a new one. Do not try to repair the module; replacing components can affect the
performance of the module.

NOTE: The module can be removed while system power is supplied.

Follow the given steps to replace the module:


1. Push and turn the two front panel captive latches one half turn to release the module.

NOTE: The module is released when the slots on the screws are vertical and the open end of the slots faces
away from the module.

2. Grasp the module faceplate and pull the module out of the module mounting unit (MMU).
3. Configure the replacement module switch and jumper settings.

NOTE: Make sure the configuration settings is the same as the original module.

4. Align the replacement module with the guide rails in the same slot assignment of the module mounting unit as in
the original module
5. Slide the module gently in until the faceplate is flush with the top and bottom of the MMU frame.
6. Push and turn the two captive latches on the module faceplate one-half turn to lock the module in place.
7. Return to normal operation.

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Module Repair and Replacement 7. Repair and Replacement

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A. NTDI01 Termination Unit Introduction

A. NTDI01 Termination Unit


A.1 Introduction
The DSM04 module uses an NTDI01 termination unit for field device termination. Dipshunts on the termination unit
configure the digital inputs. The DSM04 module accepts inputs of 4 to 6 VDC, 21.6 to 27 VDC, and 50 millivolts to 10 volts
peak-to-peak.

The following figure (Figure A-1) shows the dipshunts and terminal blocks on the termination unit.

Figure A-1 Dipshunts and Terminal Blocks

A.2 Configuring Inputs


The following figure (Figure A-2) shows the input circuit with the dipshunts, terminal blocks, and I/O circuits on the DSM04
module. The figure (Figure A-2) also shows the dipshunt connection to the NKTU01 cable that plugs the termination unit to
the DSM04 module.

Figure A-2 NTDI01 Dipshunts

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Configuring Inputs A. NTDI01 Termination Unit

The following table (Table A-1) details the dipshunt configurations for different NTDI01 applications. XU7 connects the 24
VDC I/O power to the preamplifiers on the DSM04 module.

NOTE: If preamplifiers are not used, then do not install XU7.

Table A-1 NTDI01 Dipshunt Configurations

Dipshunt Dipshunt
Application
Configuration Configuration
Signal Type
XU1-XU4, XU13-XU16 XU7

Powering an external
load

Sinking an external
load

The following figure (Figure A-3) shows the terminal assignments for the termination unit.

Figure A-3 NTDI01 Terminal Assignments

NOTE: Do not make connections to terminal blocks TB2 and TB3.

.The following figure (Figure A-4) shows the DSM04 to NTDI01 cable connections

Figure A-4 NTDI01 Cable Connection

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INDEX

A S
Applications 1 Setup 1
I/O expander bus address 2
C Jumpers 3
Cable connection 4 Preamplifier select 2
Special handling 1
Startup 1
D
Debounce jumpers 3
Description 1 T
Document conventions 2 Troubleshooting 1

E V
Edge connectors 1 Voltage jumpers 3

F
Function codes 2, 1

G
Glossary 3

I
I/O expander bus address (S1) 2
Input modes 2
Externally powered 2
Internally powered 2
Low level 2
Installation
Cable 4
Module 4
NTDI01 4
Instruction content 2
Intended user 1

J
Jumpers 3
J1 through J8 3
J9 through J16 3

M
Maintenance 1
Module installation 4
Mounting hardware 4

N
NTDI01 4, 1

O
Operating modes 2, 1
Frequency 2
Period 2
Totalize 2

P
Preamplifier select (S2, S3) 2

R
Related nomenclature 3
Repair 1
Replacement 1

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