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Manual# 1100346

Installation Manual

400E Series
DCU 410E – Engine Control Unit
RP 410E – Remote Panel

RP 410E DCU 410E


Installation Manual
for
Marine Pro 400E Series
~~~

DCU 410E – Engine Control Unit


RP 410E – Remote Panel

Revision 1.3
Revised September 27, 2017

Revision history:

Rev. Date Description


1.0 16.11.2015 Initial Release Revision
1.1 20.09.2016 Updates for RP 410E
1.2 18.10.2016 Added text; Mounting screws for IP-frame
1.3 25.09.2017 Added installation notes released to Ethernet cable

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Installation Manual – 400E Series Page ii


Table of Content
DOCUMENT INFORMATION ................................ 1 Common Alarm Relay [73 – 75] ................... 13
Shutdown Output [79] ................................. 13
ABOUT THIS MANUAL .............................................. 1
ETS – Energize to Stop [80] .......................... 13
Responsibilities .............................................. 1
ETR – Energize to Run [81] .......................... 13
ORDERING INFORMATION ........................................ 1
Running [82] ................................................ 13
400E SERIES OVERVIEW ....................................... 2 Crank [83] .................................................... 13
Prelube Act. [84] .......................................... 13
TYPICAL LAYOUT ..................................................... 2
24V Supply for Fixed Function Inputs [85] ... 14
AVAILABLE UNITS IN THE 400 SERIES .......................... 3
Prelube Comp. [86] ...................................... 14
PRECAUTIONS IN CLASSED SYSTEMS ........................... 4
Start Disable [87] ......................................... 14
INSTALLATION ........................................................ 5
Automatic Mode [88] .................................. 14
Location ......................................................... 5
Automatic Start [89] .................................... 14
Measurements and Weight ........................... 5
Automatic Stop [90] .................................... 14
Mounting Frame ............................................ 5
Remote Start /Stop [91 – 92] ....................... 14
General .......................................................... 5
Acknowledge [93] ........................................ 14
Grounding ...................................................... 5
Shutdown Ovrd. [94] ................................... 14
DCU REAR LID LAYOUT ........................................... 6
In Gear [95].................................................. 15
DCU WIRE TERMINAL LAYOUT OVERVIEW .................. 7
Configurable Inputs [96 – 97] ...................... 15
DCU ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ............................... 9
Shield (Grounding) [100] ............................. 15
Primary Power Supply [1 – 2] ........................ 9
Other Communication Interfaces ................ 15
Secondary Power Supply [3 – 4] .................... 9
RP REAR LID LAYOUT ............................................ 17
Power Supplies in General [1 – 4] .................. 9
RP WIRE TERMINAL LAYOUT OVERVIEW ................... 18
Auxiliary Power Output [5 – 6] .................... 10
RP ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ................................ 19
System On/Off [7 – 10] ................................ 10
Power Supply [1 – 2] .................................... 19
5V Power Output [11] .................................. 11
Switch Input Channels [3 – 7] ...................... 19
0 - 5V Input Channel #1 [12] ........................ 11
Configurable Relays [8 – 19] ........................ 19
0 - 5V Input Channel #2 [13] ........................ 11
COM 1/ RS-232 [20 – 24] ............................. 20
0 - 5V 0V Reference [14] .............................. 11
COM 2/ RS-232 [25 – 27] ............................. 20
PWM Out [15] ............................................. 11
Shield (Grounding) [28] ............................... 20
Switch Input Channels [16 – 26] .................. 11
FIRST POWER-ON ................................................. 20
4-20 mA Input Channels [27 – 31] ............... 11
Preparations ................................................ 20
PT100 Input Channels [32 – 43] ................... 11
Magnetic Pickup (Speed) Sensor [44 – 45] .. 12
CAN J1939#2 Interface (COM 5) [46 – 48] ... 12
CAN J1939 Interface (COM 4) [49 – 51] ...... 12
MODBUS RTU, RS-485 (COM 3) [52 – 56] .... 12
RIO 410 Link (COM 2) [57 – 59] ................... 12
SDU Link (COM 1) [60 – 62] ......................... 12
Configurable Relays [63 – 68] ...................... 13
Configurable 24VDC Outputs [69 - 72, 76 -
78] ............................................................... 13

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Responsibilities
Document It is the sole responsibility of the
Information installer to ensure that the installation
work is carried out in a satisfactorily
manner, that it is operationally in good
About this manual order, that the approved material and
This manual has been published accessories are used and that the
primarily for professionals and installation meet all applicable rules
qualified personnel. and regulations.
The user of this material is assumed to
have basic knowledge in marine
Note! Auto-Maskin continuously
systems, and must be able to carry out
upgrades its products and reserves the
related electrical work.
right to make changes and
Work on the low voltage circuit should improvements without prior notice.
only be carried out by qualified and
experienced personnel. Installation or
work on the shore power equipment All information in this manual is based
must only be carried out by electricians upon information at the time of
authorized to work with such printing.
installations. For updated information, please
contact your local distributor.

Ordering Information
The Marine Pro covers a wide range of
compatible products within both the
200- and 400 Series. Please visit our
web site for more information.
http://auto-maskin.com/marine/

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400E Series Overview
The RP remote panel can monitor and
Typical Layout control everything in the DCU from a
remote location. It has the same user
interface configures automatically
The following shows a typical layout.
according to the DCU.
The DCU 410E is the main building
For classed installations the SDU safety
block in the 400 Series. It monitors
unit is required.
and presents engine sensors and data.
User interaction and commands is also RIO expansion units are available to
controllable from this unit. extend the I/O capacity.

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When connected, a new page is made
Available units in the available on the DCU – and on the
remote panel RP 410E – that displays
400 Series generator parameters such as phase
voltages, phase currents, frequency,
power, efficiency factor (Cos phi), etc.
DCU 410E Engine Control Unit
DCU 410E engine monitoring and RIO 412 Exhaust Monitoring
control unit. One panel is required for Unit
each engine.
The RIO 412 is a compact unit with 20
The DCU 410E has a colour screen and thermocouple channels. Each cylinder’s
buttons for user interaction. thermocouple is connected to a
The DCU 410E is hereafter referred to predefined channel on the unit.
as the “DCU”. The DCU automatically detects the unit,
and adds a new page with exhaust
SDU 404/410 Safety Unit temperature data, such as individual
The SDU 404/410 (hereafter referred to cylinder temperature, average
as the “SDU”) is the safety unit, which is temperature, etc.
mandatory in a classed installation. It is
completely self-contained and separate RP 410E Remote Panel Unit
from the DCU. The RP 410E (hereafter referred to as
The DCU communicates with the SDU the “RP”) is the remote panel for the
on a link. DCU.
One RP can monitor and control a
RIO 410 I/O Expansion Unit maximum of eight DCU engine units,
The RIO 410 (hereafter referred to as and there can be an unlimited number
the “RIO”) is an expansion I/O unit. A of RP units in the network. Each RP can
maximum of four RIO units can be monitor the same engine, or it can
connected to any one DCU. monitor separate engines.
The DCU communicates with the RIO The RP communicates with the DCU via
on a link, and when connected, the Ethernet.
DCU automatically detects the unit and Note! For redundant Ethernet
add it into its configuration. connection, managed Ethernet switches
must be used.
RIO 425 Generator Interface
Unit
The RIO 425 is a generator interface
unit. It is linked to the DCU, which will
find it automatically.

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Precautions in
Classed Systems
Requirements
In a classed and type approved
installation, the following is required:
The DCU requires:

- Separate power supplies to its


primary and secondary supply
inputs.

- An engine speed sensor


connected to the DCU. This can
be physical, or from the J1939
CAN bus.

The SDU 404/410 Safety Unit requires:

- Minimum one engine speed


sensor connected to the SDU.

- Must be supplied by an
alternative supply to the DCU
primary supply.

Certification
All modules in the 400 Series are
certified by major classification
societies.
Certificates can be obtained from the
Auto-Maskin website, or from your
local distributor.

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Installation Mounting Frame
The unit comes with an IP-56 graded
Location Mounting Frame. In order to avoid
issues after installation it is important to
The DCU is normally located in the
use this frame and follow the mounting
engine room due to the number of
instructions.
cables and wires from the engine
sensors and to reduce electrical noise For mounting into a normal thin metal
levels, which might else result from plate use short length (12 mm) 3M
long cable stretches. screws. For mounting into a thick plate
use longer screws.
The RP is normally located remotely
from the Engine and has a limited
amount of connections.
Both the DCU and the RP should be
General
mounted for optimal viewing angle and To protect against Electromagnetic
the user should have easy access to interference (EMI), we recommend that
panel buttons. all cables are shielded.
The DCU may be mounted on the Note! The screen of all cables shall be
engines supporting structure provided connected to ground/hull, NOT to 0V!
shock absorbers are used either Some cables shall be kept as separate
between the structure and the engine, from other signals as possible – for
or between the structure and the DCU. instance the pickup signal. Others can
The DCU shall not be mounted directly be in a shielded multi-cable.
onto the engine due to vibrations.
Note! Connect shield at one end only.
The DCU should be mounted so that
easy access to the cable connections at Grounding
the back is ensured. This might for
Note! Always keep ground and 0V
instance be accomplished by mounting
separated!
it in a cabinet with a hinged front
panel. In marine installations, ground and 0V
volt should not be connected together.
Measurements and Weight In a ship installation, the hull is the
“ground” whilst the battery minus is the
DCU 410E RP 410E
Width Height Depth Width Height Depth 0V.
Size [mm] 260 160 50 320 220 56
Cutout [mm] 242 142 - 302 184 -
2 mm added to actual
measurements

Weight [kg] 1.3 2.1

Mounting holes Corner holes are 7 mm from the edges

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DCU Rear Lid Layout
SDU & RIO Link Modbus RTU, CAN1&2

Relay 1 MPU

Relay 2

Config PT100
1-4 1-4

All Faults
Relay

Config
5-7
4-20mA
Shutdown 1-4
ETS, ETR

Running

Crank

Prelube

0V

24V 50mA

Switch
Inputs /
Opto.
Fixed
Functional
Inputs /
Opto.
24V/

40mA

COM8

Relay

Exp.
0V
MK-14
100PE

Power, 24V/1A Aux, On/Off, 5V Power, 0-5V Input

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26 0V For Switch Input Out

DCU Wire Terminal 4-20 mA Inputs (4 channels)

Layout Overview 27 +24VDC 0.2A Supply for 4-20 mA


Sensors
Out

Power supply inputs /auxiliary power output


28 #1 4-20 mA Input In
1 +24VDC Primary Supply In
29 #2 4-20 mA Input In
2 0V Primary Supply In
30 #3 4-20 mA Input In
3 +24VDC Secondary Supply In
31 #4 4-20 mA Input In
(Redundant)
PT100 inputs (4 channels)
4 0V Secondary Supply In
32 #1 PT100 A In
5 24VDC Supply Out, 1A Out
33 #1 PT100 B In
6 0V Supply Out Out
34 #1 PT100 C In
System On / Off
35 #2 PT100 A In
7 +24VDC 0.2A Supply for Power Out
On 36 #2 PT100 B In

8 Power On 24VDC In 37 #2 PT100 C In

9 0V Opto Supply for Power On Out 38 #3 PT100 A In

10 0V Supply for Power On In 39 #3 PT100 B In

0 – 5V 40 #3 PT100 C In
11 5V, 0.5A Out
41 #4 PT100 A In
12 0 – 5V 1 In
42 #4 PT100 B In
13 0 – 5V 2 In
43 #4 PT100 C In
14 0 – 5V 0V Out
Pickup input (tacho / speed input)
PWM Output 44 #1 Pickup A In
15 PWM Out Out
45 #1 Pickup B In
Switch Inputs Channels (8 channels)
CAN J1939#2 interface (COM 5)
16 +24VDC 0.2A Supply for Switch Out
46 #1 CAN J1939#2 Shield -
Inputs
47 #1 CAN J1939#2 L -
17 #1 Switch Input 24V In
48 #1 CAN J1939#2 H -
18 #2 Switch Input 24V In
CAN J1939#1 interface (COM 4)
19 #3 Switch Input 24V In
49 #1 CAN J1939 Shield -
20 #4 Switch Input 24V In
50 #1 CAN J1939 L -
21 #5 Switch Input 24V In
51 #1 CAN J1939 H -
22 #6 Switch Input 24V In
MODBUS RTU (COM 3)
23 #7 Switch Input 24V In
52 Modbus 0V In
24 #8 Switch Input 24V In
53 Modbus Shield -
25 0V Opt. For Switch Input In
54 Modbus L -

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55 Modbus H - 82 Engine Running 24VDC Out

56 Modbus +24VDC Supply In 83 Crank (Start) 24VDC Out

RIO 410 Remote I/O Interface (COM 2) 84 Prelube Activation 24VDC Out

57 RIO 410 Remote I/O Interface - Fixed 24VDC Inputs


Shield
85 +24VDC Supply for Fixed Out
58 RIO 410 Remote I/O Interface L - Functional Inputs

59 RIO 410 Remote I/O Interface H - 86 Prelube Complete 24VDC switch In


input
SDU Safety Module Interface (COM 1)
87 Start Disabled 24VDC switch input In
60 SDU Safety Module Interface Shield -
88 Automatic Mode 24VDC switch In
61 SDU Safety Module Interface L -
input
62 SDU Safety Module Interface H -
89 Automatic Start (PMS) 24VDC In
Configurable Relays switch input

63 #1 Configurable Relay NC Out 90 Automatic Stop (PMS) 24VDC In


switch input
64 #1 Configurable Relay C Out
91 Remote Start 24VDC switch input In
65 #1 Configurable Relay NO Out
92 Remote Stop 24VDC switch input In
66 #2 Configurable Relay NC Out
93 Remote Acknowledge/Silence In
67 #2 Configurable Relay C Out
Alarm 24VDC switch input
68 #2 Configurable Relay NO Out
94 Shutdown Override 24VDC switch In
Configurable 24VDC Outputs input (engine protection override)

69 #1 Configurable Output 24VDC Out 95 In Gear 24VDC switch input In

70 #2 Configurable Output 24VDC Out 96 #1 Configurable Input 24VDC In

71 #3 Configurable Output 24VDC Out switch input

72 #4 Configurable Output 24VDC Out 97 #2 Configurable Input 24VDC In


switch input
Common Alarm Relay
98 0V Opto For Fixed Functional In
73 Common Alarm Relay NC Out Inputs
74 Common Alarm Relay C Out 99 0V For Fixed Functional Inputs In
75 Common Alarm Relay NO Out Ground (PE)
Configurable 24VDC Outputs 100 Ground -
76 #5 Configurable Output 24VDC Out MODBUS/TCP Ethernet (COM 6)
77 #6 Configurable Output 24VDC Out COM 6 RJ45 Ethernet port In/Out

78 #7 Configurable Output 24VDC Out MK-14 Relay Expansion Module Link (COM 8)

Fixed 24VDC Outputs COM 8 DSUB-15 In/Out

79 Energize to Shutdown 24VDC Out USB Memory

80 Energize to Stop (ETS) 24VDC Out USB USB Memory Interface In/Out

81 Energize to Run (ETR) 24VDC Out

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Without a separate secondary supply, a
DCU Electrical crank can result in a reboot of the DCU.
Connections However if only one supply is available,
connect this to Pimary only. Do not parallel
this into the Secondary Power Supply
Primary Power Supply [1 – 2] connectors.
Remember also to disable Secondary
The DCU is designed to run on 24VDC Power Fail Warning in the configuration for
supply voltage. Miscellaneous Events.

Note! Make sure the primary supply


power is sourced directly from the
battery, NOT from the starter of the Power Supplies in General [1 – 4]
engine, as the voltage drop over the
latter is significantly higher. Mandatory straps when not
using opto-coupling
Power Supply Requirements The DCU support opto-coupled inputs
 Valid full functionality range: 18- on several of its terminals.
32VDC. When this capability is not used, the
 Minimum capacity: 5A following straps must be inserted.
Note! There are fixed low battery
voltage alarm setpoints. For the
Purpose Strap Comment
primary supply, these are at 21V and
Power the 7-8 Disconnect jumper
18V. For the Secondary supply, the
DCU and 7-8 to set the DCU
setpoint is at 20V.
9-10 into System Off
All these alarms are delayed. mode.
Use a twisted pair wire to minimize the Activate 25-26 Disconnect this
effect of noise on the supply cables. Switch jumper if an external
Connect the cables straight from the Inputs 24V supply (not
battery (and NOT the starter engine) terminal 16) is used
and keep the cable as short as to activate the
switch inputs.
possible.
Activate 98-99 Disconnect this
Use at least 2.5mm2 wires for the
Fixed jumper if an external
power supply.
Functions 24V supply (not
terminal 85) is used
Secondary Power Supply [3 – 4] to activate the
It is recommended that the secondary functions.

supply is connected to a redundant


power supply to ensure sufficient
supply voltage upon cranking the
engine.

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Supply Selection The Auxiliary supply is secured with an
automatic fuse.
The DCU internal circuitry is sourced
from either the primary OR the
System On/Off [7 – 10]
secondary supply.
The DCU has a System On/Off function.
The primary supply has priority over
System On is the normal mode of
the secondary supply. If the primary
operation.
supply voltage drops below 18V, the
DCU will immediately switch over and In System Off mode, the DCU internal
use the secondary supply, but only if circuitry is still active, but it acts as
the secondary supply is above 20V. powered off.

The primary supply is selected over the


Normal operation
secondary supply when the primary
supply voltage again rises above 18V. To power the DCU for normal
There is a two second delay when operation, connect a strap between
switching from secondary to primary terminals 7-8 and another strap
supply. between terminals 9-10.

The DCU will run equally well – with full The DCU is now always on.
functionality – on the secondary
supply.
System Off
To set the DCU in System Off mode,
All voltage levels are +/- 5%.
remove the strap between terminals 7-
Power Supply Low Alarms 8.

The active supply (the supply currently The 24VDC supply at terminal 7 is
feeding the DCU) is monitored. This is secured with a 50mA automatic fuse.
normally the primary supply.
System On
 If the supply falls below
To activate the DCU, connect terminals
21V+30sec, this is indicated with
7-8 again. The DCU is immediately
an amber alarm.
ready for use.
 If the supply falls below
18V+30sec, this is indicated with a
External supply
red alarm.
Alternatively, this function can be
Auxiliary Power Output [5 – 6] activated with an external 24V supply.
In this case, do not connect any
The Auxiliary Power Output is intended
jumpers, and do not use terminals 7
to drive auxiliary instruments, relays,
and 10.
Ethernet switches, etc. that should be
powered together with the DCU. To activate the DCU (System On),
connect a 24V supply to terminal 8,
and the 0V to terminal 9.

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5V Power Output [11] The 24VDC on terminal 16 shall be
used for the switch input supply. It is
This 5V Power Output is a general
purpose supply for maximum 0.5A secured with a 200 mA automatic fuse.

load and Short-Circuit protection.


Normal Use
0 - 5V Input Channel #1 [12] Terminals 25 and 26 shall be strapped.

This is a general purpose 0 - 5V Terminals 17 - 24 connected to 24V


Voltage Measurement Input. (terminal 16) through external
switches.
0 - 5V Input Channel #2 [13]
Opto-coupled Use
This is a general purpose 0 - 5V
Terminals 25 and 26 shall not be
Voltage Measurement Input.
strapped.

0 - 5V 0V Reference [14] External voltage input between


terminals 17 - 24 (+24V) and terminal
This is the 0V reference for 0 – 5V
25 (0V opto) is electrically isolated
input channel #1 and #2.
from the DCU by the means of
integrated opto-coupled devices.
PWM Out [15]
Reserved for future use. 4-20 mA Input Channels [27 – 31]
There are four configurable 4-20 mA
Switch Input Channels [16 – 26] analogue sensor inputs.
There are eight configurable switch
If the signal is out of range, a warning
input channels which can be used to
will be displayed. Out of range is
detect the status of switches in the
defined as:
installation.
 <2 mA (broken)
The state of each channel is controlled
 >22 mA (short)
by the voltage between the +24V
Update rate: 2Hz
switch input terminal (terminals 17-24)
and the +0V opto terminal (terminal
25) as follows:
PT100 Input Channels [32 – 43]
 0 – 2V = logic “0” There are four PT100 input channels.
 8 – 32V = logic “1” The channels support PT100 sensors

 2 – 8V = undefined, avoid this with two or three wires.

area. Note! If connecting a two-wire PT100

Further switch input details sensor, then strap the two wire
terminals A and B at the DCU end.If the
 Overvoltage protection: 40 VDC
signal is out of range, a warning will be
 Not connected = 0V (47 kohm
displayed. Out of range is defined as:
pull-down).
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 <90 ohm (short)  Terminal 51 - CAN High
 >390 ohm (broken)
Update rate: 2 Hz MODBUS RTU, RS-485 (COM 3)
[52 – 56]
Magnetic Pickup (Speed) Sensor The MODBUS RTU may be connected
[44 – 45] either with common 0V or electrically
Connect the magnetic pickup to isolated with an optocoupler.
terminals 44 and 45. Please verify that  Terminal 53 - Shield
the signal strength is between 4-32  Terminal 54 - Low
Vpp.  Terminal 55 – High
Note! The signal waveform shall be a
sinusoidal shape, not a square.
Not Optoisolated
Use a 2x 0.5 mm2 (minimum) twisted
Communication
pair cable. Supply the Modbus section from the
Note! The pickup cable shall be DCU as follows:
shielded to ground in the pickup end.  Terminal 56 to terminal 5 (24V)
Do NOT connect shield to 0V.  Terminal 52 to terminal 6 (0V)
Range: 0.1-10 kHz
Optoisolated Communication
CAN J1939#2 Interface (COM 5) This requires the supply from the
[46 – 48] remote equipment to be supplied into
the DCU terminals
This is a communication interface for
remote panels or equipment.  Terminal 56 (24V)
 Terminal 52 (0V)
The CAN interface is able to
communicate all signals available in the
RIO 410 Link (COM 2) [57 – 59]
DCU.
This is the link for the optional RIO 410
 Terminal 46 – CAN J1939#2 Shield
Remote I/O units. A maximum of four
 Terminal 46 – CAN J1939#2 Low
RIO units can be connected.
 Terminal 46 – CAN J1939#2 High
 Terminal 57 - Shield
CAN J1939 Interface (COM 4)  Terminal 58 - Low

[49 – 51] Terminal 59 - High

Engine J1939 CAN bus interface for


SDU Link (COM 1) [60 – 62]
connection to the engine ECM,
electronic control module. This is the link to the SDU 404/410
Safety Module.
 Terminal 49 - CAN Shield
 Terminal 50 - CAN Low  Terminal 60 - Shield
 Terminal 61 - Low

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 Terminal 62 - High It does not activate for a normal engine
stop.
Configurable Relays [63 – 68]
There are two configurable relays on ETS – Energize to Stop [80]
the DCU, Relay 1 and Relay 2. Each The ETS activates on a normal engine
relay may be enabled or disabled. stop or an automatic engine safety
If enabled, operation is controlled by shutdown.
selecting one of the many possible The signal stays activated a few
events available through the seconds after the engine has stopped.
configuration web server.
The relay contact centre tap is secured ETR – Energize to Run [81]
with a 1A automatic fuse. The ETR activates when the DCU is
For additional configurable relays, see about to start the engine. It stays
the section about the optional MK-14 activated as long as the engine is
unit. running.
The ETR deactivates on any stop
Configurable 24VDC Outputs command.
[69 - 72, 76 - 78]
There are seven configurable 24V Running [82]
outputs on the DCU, Config 1 to Config This output activates when the engine
7. Each output may be enabled or is running. This is normally when the
disabled. engine has reached the running
If enabled, operation is controlled by setpoint, typically set at 400 rpm.
selecting one of the many possible The output deactivates at any stop
events available through the command.
configuration.
Crank [83]
Common Alarm Relay [73 – 75] The output activates to engage the
The relay is activated in a normal engine starter. It is disabled on a
situation, and releases for any alarm. running engine.
The centre tap is secured with a 1A
fuse. Prelube Act. [84]
The Prelube Activation signal activates
Shutdown Output [79] if the DCU is configured to prelube the
The shutdown output activates when engine prior to a start.
the DCU activates an automatic engine
safety shutdown.

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24V Supply for Fixed Function Automatic Stop [90]
Inputs [85] Apply this signal to stop the engine
Use this 24V supply output to power all according to the DCU stop
the inputs in the wire terminal range configuration.
86 to 97. Note that this terminal input is
disabled if Automatic Mode [88] is
Prelube Comp. [86] inactive. This signal has to be applied
If the DCU is configured to perform a until a stopped state is achieved.
prelube cycle until the sensed oil
pressure is above a certain setpoint
(provided by the prelube equipment), Remote Start /Stop [91 – 92]
then the DCU will not continue onto the
Apply a signal to either of these inputs
crank cycle until this signal appears.
to activate the function.
The Remote Start and Remote Stop
Start Disable [87]
works always, and independent of the
If activated, the DCU is inhibited to Automatic Mode setting [88].
perform any start attempts.
Acknowledge [93]
Automatic Mode [88]
The remote Acknowledge input
In Automatic Mode, the DCU will acknowledges all new
perform automatic start attempts if an (unacknowledged) alarms.
automatic start signal is applied to
terminal 89. Shutdown Ovrd. [94]
In this mode, the DCU will also react to
The Shutdown Override (SO) input
an automatic stop signal on terminal
disables all DCU shutdowns (automatic
90.
stop), but not the SDU shutdowns!
Note! In future firmware 2.11, the SO
Automatic Start [89]
input to the DCU will also set the SDU
Apply this signal to start the engine 410 in shutdown override mode.
according to the DCU start
Note! In systems where there is an SDU
configuration.
connected to the DCU, make sure to
Note that this terminal input is activate Shutdown Override on the DCU
disabled if Automatic Mode [88] is and on the SDU. In reality, the SDU will
inactive. This signal has to be applied signal SO to the DCU.
until a running state is achieved.
 On the DCU, the SO is activated
with a 24V signal to terminal 94.

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 On the SDU, the SO is activated by Note! Keep this wire as short as
closing a switch over terminals 50 possible, and at least 1.5mm2.
and 51. Note that the switch Terminals 46, 49, 53, 57, 60 and 100
requires a 10k resistor connected are all ground connections, internally
across it. connected to ground, and should not
Note! On the SDU, note that some be connected to 0V.
channels may be configured to
disregard Shutdown Override mode.
Consult the SDU configuration section
to verify this. Other Communication Interfaces
Note! Overspeed will always be
enabled, even in Shutdown Override Ethernet MODBUS/TCP (COM 6)
mode. This is true for the DCU and the The DCU connects to a LAN (Local Area
SDU. Network) or directly to a PC through a
In Shutdown Override mode, if a standard CAT-5 network cable
shutdown channel is activated, the DCU connected to the RJ45 port (COM 6).
will indicate this with an alarm instead The IP setting of the DCU and/or the
of activating a shutdown. local PC’s need to be set in order to
The DCU will also display a “SO” symbol access the DCU configuration from a
in the status bar (top right) when PC.
Shutdown Override mode is active. Note! Do not bend the Ethernet cable
or pull the cable sideways more than
In Gear [95] necessary during installation.
When In Gear is signalled, the DCU will Use a strain relief for the cable making
prohibit start (crank) attempts. the cable length no more than 50 cm
between the connector and the strain
Configurable Inputs [96 – 97] relief.
These two channels are configurable The DCU has a built in DHCP server for
and set from the web server. use in single PC configuration. See
Connect the inputs to 24V to activate Configuration Manual for further
the configured function. information.

Shield (Grounding) [100]


Connect this terminal to shield. Please
note that 0V and shield shall e
separated.

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MK-14 Relay Expansion Link USB Memory Interface
(COM 8) This interface is for USB memory stick
only. It has two main functions:
Connect the 15-pin DSUB-connector
from the MK-14 optional relay  Load/Save a configuration file
expansion module.  Load a firmware file

The function to be present at each It can also be used to load a new


relay channel is configured in the DCU firmware file to any connected RP 410E

web server. Select Home – MK-14. remote panel.

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RP Rear Lid Layout

USB

Audio
Line Out

COM 3,
Modbus
TCP
Ethernet

Relay
Exp.
MK-14

Power, Switch Inputs, Relay 1, Relay 2, Relay 3, Relay 4, COM1, COM2, C-GND

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18 #4 Configurable Relay C Out

RP Wire Terminal 19 #4 Configurable Relay NO Out

Layout Overview RS-232 (COM 1)

20 TX -
Power supply inputs /auxiliary power output
21 RX -
1 +24VDC Primary Supply In
22 RTS -
2 0V Primary Supply In
23 CTS -
Switch Inputs Channels (4 channels)
24 0V -
3 +24VDC 0.2A Supply for Switch Out
Inputs RS-232 (COM 2)

4 #1 Switch Input 24V In 25 TX -

5 #2 Switch Input 24V In 26 RX -

6 #3 Switch Input 24V In 27 0V -

7 #4 Switch Input 24V In Ground (PE)

Configurable Relays 100 Ground -

8 #1 Configurable Relay NC Out MODBUS/TCP Ethernet (COM 3)

9 #1 Configurable Relay C Out COM 3 RJ45 Ethernet port In/Out

10 #1 Configurable Relay NO Out MK-14 Relay Expansion Module Link

COM 8 DSUB-15 In/Out


11 #2 Configurable Relay NC Out
USB Memory
12 #2 Configurable Relay C Out
USB USB Memory Interface In/Out
13 #2 Configurable Relay NO Out
Audio
14 #3 Configurable Relay NC Out
ALO Audio Line Out (Speaker) Out
15 #3 Configurable Relay C Out

16 #3 Configurable Relay NO Out

17 #4 Configurable Relay NC Out

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RP Electrical Switch Input Channels [3 – 7]
Connections There are four configurable switch
input channels which can be used to
detect the status of switches in the
A minimum installation requires only installation.
power supply to terminals 1-2, and an
The state of each channel is controlled
Ethernet cable to the DCU.
by the voltage between the +24V
switch input terminal (terminals 4-7)
Power Supply [1 – 2]
and the 0V terminal (terminal 2) as
The RP is designed to run on 24VDC follows:
supply voltage.
 0 – 2V = logic “0”
 8 – 32V = logic “1”
Power Supply Requirements
 2 – 8V = undefined, avoid this
 Valid full functionality range: 18- area.
32VDC.
Further switch input details
 Minimum capacity: 2A
 Overvoltage protection: 40 VDC
Use a twisted pair wire to minimize the
 Not connected = 0V (47 kohm
effect of noise on the supply cables.
pull-down).
Connect the cables straight from the
battery (and NOT the starter engine) The 24VDC on terminal 3 shall be used
and keep the cable as short as for the switch input supply. It is
possible. secured with a 200 mA automatic fuse.

Use at least 0.5mm2 wires for the


Configurable Relays [8 – 19]
power supply.
There are four configurable relays on
Power Supply Low Alarms the RP, Relay 1, 2, 3 and 4. Each relay
may be enabled or disabled.
There are fixed low battery voltage
alarm setpoints. If enabled, operation is controlled by
selecting one of the many possible
All these alarms are delayed.
events available through the
 If the supply falls below
configuration web server.
21V+30sec, this is indicated with
The relay contact centre tap is secured
an amber alarm.
with a 1A automatic fuse.
 If the supply falls below
18V+30sec, this is indicated with a For additional configurable relays, see
red alarm. the section about the optional MK-14
unit.

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COM 1/ RS-232 [20 – 24] First Power-On
General purpose RS-232 Port with RTS
and CTS support. Preparations

Installation
COM 2/ RS-232 [25 – 27] Install the RP according to guidelines
General purpose RS-232 Port. and suggestions.

Connections
Connect power according to guidelines
Shield (Grounding) [28]
and suggestions.
Connect this terminal to shield. Please
note that 0V and shield shall be First Power-On Wizard
separated.
The RP will display a first power-on
wizard at the first power up after
delivery, or after a factory reset of the
panel.
See the Configuration Manual for how to
set up the device in your environment.

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