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Remote Terminal Unit

Connections and Settings
Communication Unit 560CMG10

Application, characteristics and technical data

have to be taken from the hardware data sheet:

560CMG10 1KGT 150 645

The 560CMG10 is a DIN Rail RTU consisting of
an integrated communication module (CMU) and
a power supply in a metal DIN Rail Housing.
The essential tasks of the 560CMG10 are:
Managing and controlling of the RTU211
I/O boards via the serial interface (Wired-
Reading Process events from the input
Writing commands to the output boards.
Fig. 1: Block diagram 560CMG10
Communications with control centers and
local MMI systems via the integrated
To force the IP-Address to a default value at start-
serial line interfaces and the implemented
up, the “Def. IP-Addr” switch on the front side (see
Ethernet 10/100BaseT LAN interface. Fig. 3) has to be switched “ON”. The 560CMG10
Managing the time base for the RTU560 starts with the factory settings for the Ethernet
station and synchronizing the I/O boards. Interface (see Fig. 2) which are for
the IP- address with the network setting
Handling the dialogue between RTU560 for the subnet mask and
and Web-Browser via LAN interface. for the gateway.

Switch „Def. IP- Address“

ON position OFF

Read IP address
Send Configuration from confi-
to RTU guration file

Set Switch
„Def. IP-Address“
to „OFF“

Fig. 2: Use Switch „Def. IP-Addr“

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Connections and Settings 560CMG10 RTU560

CPA Interface CP1 and CP2 Interface

The CPA Interface is available on the RJ45
The CP1 and CP2 Interfaces USART (universal
connector. It can interface RS485 signals. The
synchronous/asynchronous receiver/transmitter)
bus is terminated by a 1 k resistor.
are available on the RJ45 connectors. They can
The settings have to be done by the RTUtil560 Interface RS232C signals. On both Interfaces
configuration tool. The signals are used according different UART based protocol types can be used.
to Tab. 1
The signals are used according to Tab. 2

CPA Interface RS485 Mode

CP1 and CP2 Interface RS232C Mode
Pin Signal
Pin Signal Input/Output
1 - Not used
1 DCD Input
2 TA Data -
2 RxD Input
3 TB Data + RJ45
3 TxD Output
Rx 1
4 - Not used Rx 1
4 DTR Output
Tx 8
5 GND Signal Ground Tx 8
5 GND -
6 - Jack
7 RTS Output
7 - Not used
8 CTS Input
8 -
Shield Connected with housing

Tab. 1 CPA Interface RS485 Mode

Tab. 2 CP1- and CP2 Interface RS232C Mode

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Connections and Settings 560CMG10 RTU560

Ethernet Interface Power Supply DC- In

The supply voltage for the 560CMG10 is 24VDC.
The Ethernet Interface is available on a RJ45
The connector consists of a 3 pole pluggable
connector and supports different functions:
screw-terminal 5,08mm (see Tab. 4 and Fig. 3
Webserver-diagnostic with download of DC-IN). The max. input power is 67 Watt.
configuration files and firmware
TCP/IP based protocols IEC 60870-5-
104, DNP3, … Power -Supply
Integrated HMI DC-Out DC-IN Pin
The signals are used according to Tab. 3 Earth Earth 1
Vout (-) Vin (-) 2

Ethernet Interface
Vout (+) Vin (+) 3
Tab. 4: 3 Pole Power Connector
Pin Signal Input/Output

1 TD + Output
In some cases an external potential
isolation for the DC-Input is
2 TD - Output
! necessary. This can be done e.g. by
3 RD + Input a power supply unit 560PSU40/41.
4 Not used
Power Supply DC- Out
Act 8 The 560CMG10 provides 24VDC output power for
6 RD - Input max. 0.5A. The connector consists of a 3 pole
Jack pluggable screw-terminal 5,08mm (see Tab. 4 and
7 Not used
Fig. 3 DC-Out). The output power can only be
8 used for the relay output board (23BO61/62).

Shield Connected with

housing It is not allowed to use the output
Tab. 3 Ethernet Interface ! power for the process supply!

560CMG10 Earthing
The connection to the local I/O boards is done by
a 20 pole female connector. The connection to the On the strength of safety and EMC protection it is
RTU560G serial peripheral bus (Wired OR-Bus) is important to make a connection as short as
possible to a system earth (may be DIN-rail or
done by a 20 pole male connector (see Fig. 3 IO-
BUS). The order of the 23AD62 module includes mounting plate). An ordinary 1.5mm 2 multi-core
wire (green/yellow) can be used and should not
one ribbon cable with the length of 19cm
exceed a length of 100 cm (39 inch). The first pin
(7,5inch). The ribbon cable should not exceed a
of the 3 pole DC-In connector is the earth-pin (see
length of 50cm (20inch).
Tab. 1 and Fig.3 DC-IN). The protection earth
must be connected there.
Attention: It is not allowed to pull The power supply terminal X38 (Vin -) is internal
! or to plug the 20 pole ribbon connected with the housing ground by jumper X43
cable during the operation (see Fig. 3 or Fig. 4). In rare cases (e.g. when
process. grounding signal zero to Vin (+)) the jumper X43
has to be removed. Opening of the housing is
done in the same way as for changing the CF

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Connections and Settings 560CMG10 RTU560

Firmware Version
The red LED of the 560CMG10 is controlled by
the RTU560 firmware. For the definition and The current firmware version will be delivered on
operation of the LED “ERR" please refer to the a CompactFlash memory card. A new firmware
release specific function description. The file can be loaded via the Web diagnostic tool into
connector embedded LEDs “Tx” and “Rx” are the removable CompactFlash memory card.
directly connected to the receiver/transmitter of For changing the CompactFlash memory card the
the communication line. The LEDs “LAN" are right side of the housing has to be opened (see
directly connected to the Ethernet-controller. Fig. 3).
Tab.2 describes the system LEDs of the
560CMG10. For changing the CF - card
! follow the instructions below:
LED Colour Meaning
ERR red Warning / Error
1. Disconnect the power-supply of the
T (3x) green Transmit data (CP1, 2, A)
R (3x) green Receive data (CP1, 2, A)
Ethernet Activity / Link
2. Take care of ESD protection before
LAN (2x) green
opening the 560CMG10 housing.
IO-Bus (1x) green Serial Peripheral Bus
Power red One of the output voltage 3. Open the 4 screws on the right side of
Fail is fail the housing (see Fig. 3).
RUN green The CMU is reachable 4. Pull or plug only the CF-card. Don’t
via Ethernet touch other components.
RUN yellow The firmware is running
but not reachable via 5. Close the housing before the power-
Ethernet supply is connected to the 560CMG10
RUN OFF No firmware is running
Def. IP- red The default IP-address is
Addr active

Tab. 5: Meaning of LEDs

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RTU560 Connections and Settings 560CMG10

The settings of the Ethernet Interface are:
Hardware settings and operation of the
communication Interfaces of the 560CMG10 are Node name
carried out with the RTUtil560 configuration tool. IP address
For the configuration procedure of the
communication Interfaces and the IO-Bus, please Subnet mask
refer to the 560RTUtil user guide. Default gateway
The following parameters have to be defined for Routing information
all protocols:
The number of the host Interface.
Baudrate: 50 to 19 200 baud
Modem control:
Direct link (TxD/RxD only)
WT link full duplex (560FSM10/11 no
WT link half duplex (560FSM10/11 with
Dial up (external modem without
handshake, without RTS / CTS)
Loop switch unit (RP570/71 Host
Interface only)
Link with collision avoidance (TxD, RxD,
DCD, without handshake (DNP 3.0 only)

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Connections and Settings 560CMG10 RTU560


DC-Out 24V DC-In

Run RTU560
Off On
Def. IP-Addr
Rx Rx
IO-Bus Tx Rx Tx RX Tx RX Lnk ACT

Fig.3: Front and right side of the 560CMG10 housing

Fig. 4 : Placement of jumper X43 at CMU PCB.

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RTU560 Connections and Settings 560CMG10

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Connections and Settings 560CMG10 RTU560

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Telephone: +49 (0) 621 381-7592
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