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Technical Publication

Engine Telegraph System


MTS-5
( Software MTS5/V2.0 )
Documentation Parts 1, 2, 3, 5
• Structure and Function
• Operation
• Maintenance and Repair
( Operating personnel )
• Illustrated Parts Catalog

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Salvo alterações.
Guide Page I

General information about documentation


Documentation structure
Documentation Title / Contents Target Group(s)
Part
1 Structure and function Operating personnel

2 Operation Operating personnel

3 Maintenance and Repair Operating personnel charged with


(Operating personnel) maintenance
4 Maintenance and Repair Service personnel electronics
(Specialist personnel)
5 Illustrated Parts Catalog Operating personnel, service personnel
electronics, logistics personnel
6 Plant-specific Configuration Service personnel electronics, installation
personnel, start-up personnel
7 Mechanical and Electrical Installation Installation personnel ( electro-mechanics,
mechatronics )
8 Initial Start-up Start-up personnel

Note: Not all documentation parts are established for every product !

Internal References

To understand each part of the documentation, it is recommended to read the existing numerically preceding
parts.

Reference numbers and reference lines in figures

Details in figures are provided with reference numbers and reference lines if necessary.

If reference is made in the text to a detail provided with a reference number, the figure number and, separa-
ted by an oblique, the reference number of the detail are written in brackets. Example: (5/2) refers to fig. 5,
reference number 2.

A point at the end of the reference line means that the detail is visible in the
figure.
An arrow at the end of the reference line indicates that the detail cannot be
seen in the figure.

Symbols
The symbols used in safety notes are defined in the chapter “Safety requirements”.

This symbol indicates cross-references to further manuals (apart from the documentation in
hand).

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i This symbol indicates key information.

This symbol indicates detailed examinations.

For clearance of a fault, indicated by this symbol, resp. for further fault finding, mechanical
works have to be carried out on other assemblies or devices by use of the corresponding
documentation.

For clearance of a fault, indicated by this symbol, resp. for further fault finding, works have to
be carried out on engine by use of the corresponding engine documentation.

For clearance of a fault, indicated by this symbol, resp. for further fault finding, either specially
trained personnel from the customer or system specialists from ELNA GmbH are required.
Eventually, the assembly or device has to be send to ELNA GmbH for inspection and repair.
A clearance of the fault by operating personnel is not possible.

Some chapters of the documentation consist of structured description of tasks. Further symbols used there
are described in that part of the documentation by means of a interim headline placed beside the symbol.

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Table of contents
General information about documentation ............................................................................ I
Table of contents................................................................................................................... III

1 Structure and function........................................................................................................ 1

1.1 Structure of Engine Telegraph Stations ................................................................................ 3


1.1.1 Design features of Engine Telegraph Stations...................................................................... 3
1.1.2 Configuration of Engine Telegraph Stations.......................................................................... 3

1.2 Structure of a MTS-5 System ................................................................................................ 4


1.2.1 General information............................................................................................................... 4
1.2.2 Engine Telegraph System MTS-5 ......................................................................................... 4
1.2.3 Engine Telegraph System MTS-5/4 ...................................................................................... 4
1.2.4 Block diagram of the MTS-5 system ..................................................................................... 5

1.3 View of main components of the system............................................................................... 6


1.3.1 Engine Telegraph MTS-5 ...................................................................................................... 6
1.3.2 Engine Telegraph MTS-5/4 ................................................................................................... 6
1.3.3 Engine Telegraph MTS-5/ in cabinet for engine room mounting........................................... 7

1.4 Technical data of the system................................................................................................. 8

2 Operation .......................................................................................................................... 9

2.1 Safety requirements .............................................................................................................. 11

2.2 Setting to work....................................................................................................................... 13


2.2.1 Setting to work of system (MTS-5) without station selection................................................. 13
2.2.2 Setting to work of system (MTS-5/4) with station selection................................................... 14

2.3 Setting of station push-buttons.............................................................................................. 15

2.4 Ordering rate of speed .......................................................................................................... 17

2.5 Acknowledgement of rate of speed ....................................................................................... 17

2.6 Illumination control ................................................................................................................ 18

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Table of contents (cont.)


3 Maintenance and Repair ( Operating personnel ) ........................................................... 19

3.1 Safety requirements .............................................................................................................. 21

3.2 Adjustment of the system ...................................................................................................... 23


3.2.1 Adjustment of HEX- and DIP-switches.................................................................................. 23
3.2.2 Attachment of station selection push-buttons........................................................................ 26
3.2.3 Programming of quantity of telegraph stations within the system ......................................... 27

3.3 Function of relays .................................................................................................................. 28

3.4 Fault messages ..................................................................................................................... 28

3.5 Definition of types.................................................................................................................. 32

3.6 System drawings ................................................................................................................... 33


3.6.1 Connection of system............................................................................................................ 33

4 Maintenance and Repair (Service personnel)................................................................... 37


- Not required in this publication -

5 Illustrated Parts Catalog ..................................................................................................... 39

5.1 Introduction .......................................................................................................................... 41

5.2 Drawings and tables.............................................................................................................. 43

List of Abbreviations .............................................................................................................. i

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1 Structure and Function


1.1 Structure of Engine Telegraph Stations

1.1.1 Design Features of Engine Telegraph Stations

The engine telegraph station consists of microprocessor controlled electronics, built in a stan-
dard aluminium casing for panel mounting ( plug-in unit ) with 16-pole plug connector on the re-
ar side of the unit, where all electrical connections are carried out.
All operating push buttons and indications of the telegraph station are applied on the front plate
with special tropic resistant front foil.
The rear side of the unit consists of all HEX- and DIP-switches for adjustment of the telegraph
station as well as plug connector for electrical connections and plug connectors for printer resp.
printer interfaces.
The engine telegraph stations are available with text engravings for different languages.

For wall mounting, the engine telegraph station is also available in a ready wired cabinet with
terminal list for connection of external ships cable.

Each telegraph station is provided with two outputs for order and fault alarm. These outputs are
realised by relays with potentialfree change-over contacts.

Optional recording of telegraph order, RPM and clutch position is available by Data Transmitting
Interface Units MPI-5Z / MPI-5/Px, connected by serial data bus to the telegraph stations. Print
out may be provided on Order Printer PPB-2 as well as on common Log Printer or on additional
Order Printer controlled from the Engine Monitoring and Control System MCS-5.

1.1.2 Configuration of engine telegraph stations

The engine telegraph station are always configured via DIP-switch adjustment on rear side of
the station.

Following definitions of telegraph stations are possible with corresponding functions :

MASTER : - Works as transmitter or receiver.


- Switching on and off of power supply ( 24 V DC )
for the whole system.
- Transmitts order of rate of speed or acknowledge order of rate
of speed.
- On a system with station selection button :
Selection of telegraph station, which shall transmitt order of rate of
speed and telegraph station, which shall receive and acknowledge
order of rate of speed.
- Order of rate of speed and acknowledge order of rate of speed.

SUBMASTER : - Works as receiver or transmitter.


- Acknowledge order of rate of speed or transmitt order of rate of speed.

SLAVE : - Works as receiver.


- Only receives and acknowledge order of rate of speed.

DISPLAY : - Only display of ordered rate rate of speed and the acknowledged rate
of speed.

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1.2 Structure of a MTS-5 System

1.2.1 General information

The telegraph system MTS-5 is designed as an engine telegraph or emergency engine tele-
graph system for display and order transmission of rate of speed for one propulsion engine.
The system consists of at least two display and control stations, which are installed in different
ship spaces ( e.g. wheelhouse and engine control room ). The telegraph stations are linked to-
gether by means of data bus interfaces RS-485 and are defined with different functions as MA-
STER, SUBMASTER, SLAVE or DISPLAY station.
In general, there are two versions of engine telegraph system MTS-5, which are different in the
design of the front foil and in the DIP-switch setting. One version is without station selection but-
tons, the other consists of always 4 telegraph station selection buttons with custom designed
text field ( for insertion in front foil ). By means of these buttons, the operator can define, which
telegraph station is allowed to order rates of speed and which telegraph station can acknowled-
ge the rate of speed order.

1.2.2 Engine telegraph system MTS-5

This system comprises engine telegraph stations without station selection buttons and may con-
sist of :

- 1 MASTER, 1 SUBMASTER and up to 6 DISPLAYS


or
- 1 MASTER, 1 SLAVE and up to 6 DISPLAYS.

Within this configuration, the MASTER can switch the whole system on and off, transmitt order
rate of speed and acknowledge orders for rate of speed.
The SUBMASTER can also transmitt order rate of speed and acknowledge orders for rate of
speed.
The SLAVE can only acknowledge orders for rate of speed.
The DISPLAY can only display ordered rate of speed and acknowledged orders for rate of
speed.

1.2.3 Engine telegraph system MTS-5/4

This system comprises engine telegraph stations with station selection buttons and may consist
of :

- 1 MASTER, several SUBMASTERS, SLAVES and DISPLAYS ( max. 8 stations )

Within this configuration, the MASTER can switch the whole system on and off, transmit order
rate of speed and acknowledge orders for rate of speed.
Additionally the MASTER can define by means of operation of station selection buttons, which
telegraph station can order rate of speed and which telegraph station can acknowledge orders
for rate of speed ( To select communicating stations, the buttons of these two stations have to
be pushed simultaneously ).
If the SUBMASTER is selected from the MASTER, it can also transmit order rate of speed and
acknowledge orders for rate of speed.
If the SLAVE is selected from the MASTER, it can only acknowledge orders for rate of speed.
The DISPLAY can only display ordered rate of speed and acknowledged orders for rate of
speed.

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1.2.4 Block diagram of the MTS-5 system

24V DC GND
+ (-) ENGINE TELEGRAPH MTS-5

FULL ON
A
- + H HALF
STAND FAULT
24 V DC SUPPLY E
BY
A SLOW

BUZZER 24 V DC D
DEAD SLOW

Earth STOP

BRIDGE CPU MASTER


MASTER UNIT A DEAD SLOW

1 - 485A S
FINISH SLOW
T
2 - 485B MTS-5 MU WITH

120 Ω
ENGINE E
3 - 485A' HALF
4 - 485B' R
N

ALARM
FULL
5
6 DIMM
7
8

FAULT
9 **
10
-Master
24 V only
IN MPI 2 MPI 1 LCD CFG CPU MASTER
11
12 - 24 V
13 1 1 1 - 485A
14 2 2 2 - 485B
3 3 3 - 485A'
15
- GND 4 4 4 - 485B'

ALARM
16 5 5 5
6 6 6
7 7 7

FAULT
8 8 8
9 9 9
10 10 10
11 11 11 - 24 V IN
LCD PRINTER Master only
12 12 12 - 24 V
13 13 13
- + 14 14 14
24 V DC SUPPLY 15 15 15
16 - GND
16 16

NOT NOT

MASCHINERY Earth
IN USE IN USE

CONTROL ROOM CPU SMU


SUBMASTER WAGO 231 CONNECTION PLUG, REMOVEABLE

1 - 485A
2
3
- 485B
- 485A
UNIT
4 - 485B
MTS-5 SMU
ALARM

5
6
7
8
FAULT

9 **
10
11 - 24 V IN
Master only
12 - 24 V
13
14
15 - GND
16

ENGINE 1
2
3
- 485A
- 485B
- Earth
SLAVE UNIT
ROOM 4
5
6
- 485A
- 485B
- Earth
MTS-5 G SLU
FAULT ALARM

7 (MTS-5 in Cabinet
8
9
TW3040)
10
11 **
12
13 - 24 V IN
Master only
14 - 24 V
15
16
17
18 - GND
19 - Acoustic Alarm Output : +
20 - Acoustic Alarm Output : -
21 - Optic Alarm Output : +
22 - Optic Alarm Output : -
24 V DC SUPPLY 23 - Ext. Power 24 V DC : +
24 - Ext. Power 24 V DC : -
25 - Spare

1 - 485A
2
3
- 485B
- Earth
SLAVE UNIT
120 Ω

4 - 485A' MTS-5 G SLU


GEARING 5
6
- 485B'
- Earth
ALARM

7 (MTS-5 in Cabinet
ROOM 8
9
TW3040)
FAULT

10
11 **
12
13 -Master
24 V only
IN
14 - 24 V
15
16
17 - GND
18
19 - Acoustic Alarm Output : +
20 - Acoustic Alarm Output : -
21 - Optic Alarm Output : +
22 - Optic Alarm Output : -
24 V DC SUPPLY 23 - Ext. Power 24 V DC : + **NOTE:
24 - Ext. Power 24 V DC : -
25 - Spare Fault relay to be monitored by
Engine Monitoring System

Figure 1 : Block diagram of the system

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1.3 View of main components of the system

1.3.1 Engine Telegraph Station MTS-5

ENGINE TELEGRAPH MTS-5

FULL ON
A
H HALF FAULT
STAND
BY E
A SLOW
D
DEAD SLOW

STOP

A DEAD SLOW
S
FINISH
WITH
ENGINE
T SLOW

E HALF
R
N FULL
DIMM

Steckleiste WAGO 16-polig


Schalttafelblech Plug WAGO16 pole
Panel plate

Befestigungsprofile an Gehäuseseiten,
60,5 x 28 mm,
mit Sicherungsschraube M4 x 20
Fixing profiles for casing sides,
60,5 x 28 mm,
with locking screw M4 x 20

Figure 2 : Engine Telegraph MTS-5,


Plug-in unit without station
selection buttons

1.3.2 Engine Telegraph Station MTS-5/4

ENGINE TELEGRAPH MTS-5

FULL ON
A
H HALF FAULT
STAND
BY
E
A SLOW
D
DEAD SLOW

STOP

A DEAD SLOW
S
FINISH SLOW
WITH
ENGINE
T
E HALF
R
N FULL
DIMM

Steckleiste WAGO 16-polig


Schalttafelblech Plug WAGO16 pole
Panel plate

Befestigungsprofile an Gehäuseseiten,
60,5 x 28 mm,
mit Sicherungsschraube M4 x 20
Fixing profiles for casing sides,
60,5 x 28 mm,
with locking screw M4 x 20

Figure 3 : Engine Telegraph MTS-5/4,


Plug-in unit with station
selection buttons

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1.3.3 Engine Telegraph MTS-5/ in cabinet for engine room mounting

ENGINE TELEGRAPH MTS-5

FULL ON
A
H HALF FAULT
STAND
BY E
A SLOW

D DEAD SLOW

STOP

A DEAD SLOW

FINISH
S
SLOW
WITH
ENGINE
T
E HALF
R
N FULL
DIMM

Figure 4 : Engine Telegraph MTS-5/4 in cabinet TW3040


for engine room mounting

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1.4 Technical data of the system

( Reference : System consisting of a MASTER and a SLAVE station )

Mechanical Data :

- Plug-in Unit MTS-5 ( Standard Panel Casing Aluminium )

Dimension ( without plug connector ), W x H x D : 144 x 144 x appr. 85 mm


Panel cut-out, W x H : 138 +1 x 138+1 mm
Weight : 0,9 kg
Enclosure ( Front plate vs. panel ) : IP44
Enclosure ( Unit rear side ) : IP20
Material front foil : EL-Folie, tropic resistant
Quantity of push-buttons and text fields : 13 resp. 17 with station selectors
Plug connector : 16-pole socket in unit rear side,
terminal strip,
WAGO 231-546/001-000
16-pole plug,
contact spring strip,
WAGO 231-316/037-000

- Cabinet TW3040

Dimension, W x H x D : appr. 345 x 400 x 129 mm


Colour : RAL 7032
Weight : 5,0 kg ( incl. MTS-5 unit )
Enclosure ( incl. MTS-5 plug-in unit ) : IP44
Flange plate : with rubber gasket, 250 x 90 mm,
installation area for cable glands
220 x 61 mm.
Electrical Data :

Power supply : 24 V DC ( 18 - 36 V DC )
Current consumption / telegr.station, nominal : appr.. 120 mA
Current consumption / telegr.station, maximum : ca. 220 mA
Alarm relay : potentialfree change-over contact,
open circuit principle
load max. 1A at max. 36 V DC
Fault relay : potentialfree change-over contact,
closed circuit principle
load max. 1A at max. 36 V DC
( Maximum switchable voltage via
relay contacts : 36 V DC )
Data interface ( in- and output ) : RS485,
9600 baud, 9 data bit, 1 stop bit

Ambient conditions :

Temperature range, operation : 0°C to +70°C


Temperature range, storage : -25°C to +80°C
Relative humidity : 0 - 97 %, non-condensing
Shock resistance : no requirement
Vibration resistance : 2 - 13 Hz, Xss = 1 mm,
13 - 100 Hz, a =0,7 g
EMC-protection : acc. to IEC 1000-4, part 2 - 6

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2. Operation
2.1 Safety requirements

IMPORTANT

These safety requirements shall be read and observed


by all persons involved in operation, care, maintenance or repair
of the product concerned.

Furthermore,

• the safety requirements ( if provided ) in other relevant documentation


• warning and safety notes and operating and limit values attached to the
products
• the national accident prevention and safety standards
• appropriate regulations usual in the industry
• the safety notes ( if provided ) in the text of this manual

shall be observed.

Convention for safety notes in the text

When necessary, this manual includes highlighted safety notes marked with a signal word.
These safety notes shall be observed to avoid injury or damage.

This type of note indicates a danger which may lead to


! injury or death.
DANGER

This type of note indicates a danger which may lead to


damage or destruction of the product described or another
CAUTION part of the system.

Intended use and user qualification

All devices and system components may only be put to their intended use.

Operation, maintenance and repair shall only be performed by qualified and authorized
personnel.

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Safety requirements for starting up

Before starting up the electronic product the first time, it has to be installed and approved accor-
ding to the regulations of the manufacturer.

At each starting up of the device resp. system

• all maintenance and repair works have to be terminated or announced at the


responsible system operator.
• maintenance and repair works on power supply have to be terminated.

Immediately after starting up of the device resp. of the system, the correct function of the opera-
ting and display elements and the connected monitoring, signalling and alarm systems has to be
approved by suitable predetermined procedures ( e.g. carry out lamp test etc. ).

Safety rules for operation

The operating procedures for emergency situations have to be trained periodically.

The responsible operator must be familiar with all operating and indication devices of the sy-
stem.

The responsible operator must know about the effects of each operational step carried out on
the system.

All operational steps have to be performed according to the corresponding procedures descri-
bed in the documentation.

During operation of the system, all indication and monitoring devices have to be observed refer-
ring to actual operation condition, preservation of alarm limits as well as warning and alarm
messages.

If a system failure is recognized or reported by the system itself, suitable actions have to
be taken and the responsible operating staff has to be informed immediately.

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2.2 Setting to work

All further information refer to "Default"-setting of the system


( refer to chapter 3.2 : Adjustment of the system ).
The setting to work of a system without station selection push-button
CAUTION differs from systems with station selection push-button.

2.2.1 Setting to work of system ( MTS-5 ) without station selection

Switching on of the system is only carried out by means of push-button "ON" on the MASTER
station with the resulting actions on the system :

- The 24 V DC power supply connected to the MASTER is switched on, checked by the
MASTER for proper condition and then internally switched for power supply of all further
connected telegraph stations.

- All connected telegraph stations carry out an internal function test.


During this test, also a lamp test is performed, where all LED and also the push button
illumination are shortly activated. The internal buzzer sounds and the serial interface
connections with the correct number of distributed telegraph stations of the whole system
are tested by the MASTER unit.

After successful function test, following condition is presented on all connected


telegraph stations :

- The LED "ON" is activated


- The LED "FAULT" is deactivated
- The relay "FAULT" is operated ( indicating normal condition )
- The relay "ALARM" is operated
- The internal buzzer is activated
- Rate of speed "STAND BY" is ordered, that means
the LED "STAND BY" is blinking.

In case that a fault condition is detected during the function test, the LED "FAULT" is activated
either with steady or blinking light ( refer to chapter 3.4 : Fault messages ).

Presumed that the function test was carried out successfully the alarm signalling and the auto-
matically selected rate of speed "STAND BY" is acknowledged for the whole system by single
operation of push-button "STAND BY" at the MASTER station ( transmitter ).

After that operation, the LED "STAND BY" turns to steady light and the internal buzzer switches
off on all stations for indication of acknowledgement and the system is ready for further order
transmitting.

If above "STAND BY" acknowledgement is carried out at SUBMASTER ( receiver and transmit-
ter ) or SLAVE station ( receiver ) only the internal buzzer of this station will be deactivated. The
ordered rate of speed "STAND BY" is not acknowledged by that, that means, the LED "STAND
BY" is still blinking.

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After acknowledgement of ordered rate of speed "STAND BY" at the MASTER station, the sy-
stem presents following condition on all connected telegraph stations :

- The LED "ON" is activated


- The LED "FAULT" is deactivated
- The relay "FAULT" is operated
- The relay "ALARM" is not operated
- The internal buzzer is deactivated
- Rate of speed "STAND BY" is acknowledged, that means
the LED "STAND BY" is activated with steady light.

At this stage the system is ready for transmission of further order entries ( refer to
chapter 2.4 : Ordering rate of speed ).

2.2.2 Setting to work of system ( MTS-5/4 ) with station selection

Switching on of the system is carried out only by means of push-button "ON" on the MASTER
station with the resulting actions on the system :

- The 24 V DC power supply connected to the MASTER is switched on, checked by the
MASTER for proper condition and then internally switched for power supply of all further
connected telegraph stations.

- All connected telegraph stations carry out an internal function test.


During this test, also a lamp test is performed, where all LED and also the push button
illumination are shortly activated. The internal buzzer sounds and the serial interface
connections with the correct number of distributed telegraph stations of the whole system
are tested.

After successful function test, following condition is presented on all connected


telegraph stations :

- The LED "ON" is activated


- The LED "FAULT" is deactivated
- The relay "FAULT" is operated ( indicating normal condition )
- The relay "ALARM" is operated
- The internal buzzer is activated
- Rate of speed "STAND BY" is ordered, that means
the LED "STAND BY" is blinking.
- All LED´s for station selection are deactivated

In case that a fault condition is detected during the function test, the LED "FAULT" is activated
either with steady or blinking light ( refer to chapter 3.4 : Fault messages ).

Presumed that the function test was carried out successfully the alarm signalling and the auto-
matically selected rate of speed "STAND BY" is acknowledged for the whole system by single
operation of push-button "STAND BY" at the MASTER station ( transmitter ).

After that operation, the LED "STAND BY" turns to steady light and the internal buzzer switches
off on all telegraph stations for indication of acknowledgement and the system is ready for furt-
her required adjustments of station selection. This configuration of the system is carried out by
station selection push-buttons on MASTER station only ( refer to chapter 2.3 : Configuration of
station push-buttons ).

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If a "STAND BY" acknowledgement take place only at SUBMASTER ( receiver or transmitter )


or SLAVE station ( receiver ) only the internal buzzer of this telegraph station will be deactivat-
ed. The ordered rate of speed "STAND BY" is not acknowledged by that, that means, the LED
"STAND BY" is still blinking.

After acknowledgement of ordered rate of speed "STAND BY" at the MASTER station, the sy-
stem presents following condition on all connected telegraph stations :

- The LED "ON" is activated


- The LED "FAULT" is deactivated
- The relay "FAULT" is operated
- The relay "ALARM" is not operated
- The internal buzzer is deactivated
- Rate of speed "STAND BY" is acknowledged, that means
the LED "STAND BY" is activated with steady light.
- All LED´s for station selection are deactivated

At this stage the system is ready for selection of system configuration by means of station selec-
tion push-button at MASTER station only.

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Note : - Even before a selection of system configuration is carried out, a new rate of
speed might be ordered at the MASTER station. The new rate of speed is in-
dicated by blinking LED of concerning rate of speed and activation of alarm
relay on all units.
Acknowledgement of preselected order of rate of speed is only possible after
configuration of station push-button by selection at MASTER station and its
following acknowledgement at concerning receiver station.

2.3 Setting of station push-buttons

The configuration of a system can only be selected, if the system consists of telegraph stations
with station selection push-buttons ( e.g. MTS-5/4 ).

The configuration of the system is carried out by station selection push-buttons on MASTER
station ( only MASTER is allowed for setting and changing of configurations ). By configuring the
system, the operator defines, which telegraph station may order rates of speed ( transmitter )
and which station (receiver ) may acknowledge these orders.

Rates of speed can only be ordered after the operator has selected a configuration for the sy-
stem and its following acknowledgement at concerning receiver station.

The selection of a configuration is carried out on the MASTER station by pressing the two desi-
red station selection push-buttons simultaneously. When the configuration is carried out once
after setting to work of the system, the operator can select another configuration from the MA-
STER by pressing of two different station selection push-buttons simultaneously. A selection of
system configuration is always possible at MASTER station even with unacknowledged previ-
ous selection of configuration or order for rate of speed.

After pressing the selected two station push-buttons, the ordered station selection LED´s on all
connected telegraph stations are blinking. An alarm ( internal buzzer and relay "ALARM" ) is on-
ly activated on selected telegraph stations.

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The selected configuration must be acknowledged on both telegraph stations in question by


pressing the concerning station selection push-button besides the blinking LED once. Only after
acknowledgement on both telegraph stations, the internal buzzer and the "ALARM" relay are
deactivated and the station selection LED´s are turned to steady light.

Special functions :

- If one of the selected stations is the MASTER station, the selection is acknowledged
at once by the MASTER. That means, the concerning station selection LED turns im-
mediately to steady light and the "ALARM" is not activated at MASTER station.

- A selection of system configuration at MASTER station can only be acknowledged at


the concerning receiver station.

- The MASTER station is allowed to change the configuration order before the previously
ordered configuration is acknowledged by the corresponding telegraph stations.

- If two SLAVE stations are ordered by the operator, the selection will be ignored.

- Non-selected telegraph stations can not acknowledge the ordered configuration.

- The adjusted rate of speed remains while changing the configuration of the system.

- A new rate of speed can always be ordered even with unacknowledged selection of con-
figuration or previous order of rate of speed, but acknowledgement of this order is only
possible at receiver station after selection of configuration has been acknowledged.

- Operation of undefined station selection push-buttons are ignored.

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2.4 Ordering rate of speed

A new rate of speed can only be ordered if

• the telegraph station is defined as MASTER or SUBMASTER.

• within a system with station selection push-buttons, the telegraph station is one of
the two selected stations within the configuration.

For ordering the rate of speed, the desired push-button has to be pressed once by the operator
with following results in the system :

- The corresponding LED beside the push-button and text-field for ordered rate of
speed is blinking.
- The relay "ALARM" is activated.
- The internal buzzer is activated.

( this is valid for all telegraph stations )

Special functions :

- The rate of speed "STAND BY" can only be ordered if either "STOP" or "FINISH WITH
ENGINE" was ordered and acknowledged before.

- The rate of speed "FINISH WITH ENGINE" can only be ordered if either "STOP" or
"STAND BY" was ordered and acknowledged before.

- The telegraph stations MASTER and/or SUBMASTER may order rates of speed but
they can not acknowledge these orders by themselves. The acknowledgement must
always be carried out at the concerning receiver station.

2.5 Acknowledgement of rate of speed

A new ordered rate of speed can only be acknowledged if

• the telegraph station is defined as receiver station.

• within a system with station selection push-buttons, the telegraph station is one of
the two selected stations within the configuration.

For acknowledgement the order of rate of speed, the push-button beside the blinking LED has
to be pressed once by the operator with following results in the system :

- The corresponding LED beside the push-button and text-field for ordered rate of
speed is turning to steady light.
- The relay "ALARM" is deactivated.
- The internal buzzer is deactivated.

( this is valid for all telegraph stations )

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2.6 Illumination control

The brightness of LED as well as brightness of push-button iand text-field llumination can be
controlled. Therefore each telegraph station is provided with a light-sensitive sensor which ad-
justs the basic brightness of illumination automatically in dependence of ambient brightness.

The range of controlled illumination can be predefined by the operator. By pressing the push-
button "DIMM", first of all a lamp test is carried out.

Lamp test : All LED and push-button illuminations are activated for appr. 3 seconds.
By that, the operator can check the function of illumination.

If the push-button "DIMM" is pressed for more than 3 seconds, the function "Dimming" is perfor-
med. With this function, the illumination is turned first of all to "dark" position. After reaching the
"darkest" position, the illumination is getting brighter again cyclic. The operator can choose the
desired brightness of illumination for the actual ambient condition by releasing the push-button.
The digital value of the actual adjustment of brightness and the corresponding value from the
light-sensitive sensor are stored then in the internal EEPROM of the telegraph station. Illumina-
tion control is then carried out in dependence from these values. The darker it is in the ambien-
ce, the darker also the illumination of the telegraph station is adjusted until the minimum value is
reached. The brighter the ambience, the brighter also the illumination of the telegraph station is
adjusted until the maximum value is reached.

Special case :

For the ambient brightness, a maximum limit is predetermined internally in the telegraph
station software. If this value is exceeded by the light-sensitive sensor, the illumination of
the push-buttons and all text-fields is switched off and all active or futher on released sig-
nal LED are turned to maximum brightness.
In this case, no further illumination control is carried out unless the measured value of
ambience drops below this limit again.
This function is introduced to extend the lifetime of the illumination. The condition can be
realised while pressing the "DIMM" push-button only results in a lamp test but no further
changes of brightness. At daylight, the limit normally is exceeded and therefore the tele-
graph station is not dimmed and text-field illumination is switched off.

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Note : - In order to obtain a wide range of illumination control, the adjustment of
illumination should be carried out with dark ambience. In this case, the
operator adjust the desired "dark" brightness of the telegraph station by
releasing the "DIMM" push-button.
At dark ambience it is ensured, that the light-sensitive sensor is at minimum
level and therefore the whole sensor value range is available for illumination
control.

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3. Maintenance and Repair ( Operating personnel )


3.1 Safety requirements

IMPORTANT

These safety requirements shall be read and observed


by all persons involved in operation, care, maintenance or repair
of the product concerned.

Furthermore,

• the safety requirements ( if provided ) in other relevant documentation


• warning and safety notes and operating and limit values attached to the
products
• the national accident prevention and safety standards
• appropriate regulations usual in the industry
• the safety notes ( if provided ) in the text of this manual

shall be observed.

Convention for safety notes in the text

When necessary, this manual includes highlighted safety notes marked with a signal word.
These safety notes shall be observed to avoid injury or damage.

This type of note indicates a danger which may lead to


! injury or death.
DANGER

This type of note indicates a danger which may lead to


damage or destruction of the product described or another
CAUTION part of the system.

Intended use and user qualification

All devices and system components may only be put to their intended use.

Operation, maintenance and repair shall only be performed by qualified and authorized
personnel.

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Safety requirements for service, maintenance and repair


Decisive for the permanent readiness and reliability of the system is the observance of the
preventive maintenance schedule in due time and the exact performance of maintenance and
repair works.

Each time before starting with maintenance and repair works, respectively before switching off
the required system parts, the responsible operations staff has to be called for allowance.

In case of works at system components supplied with high, middle or low voltage, the corre-
sponding power supply has to be switched off and protected against unauthorized operation.
If power supply is required for the execution of the maintenance work, a special remark is given
in the documentation.

The personnel ordered for the maintenance and repair work has to carry out the work according
to the instruction mentionend in the documentation.

For maintenance and repair work, suitable tools and expendable material have to be used.

Only original spare parts have to be used in case of replacement of defective components. For
damages, which result of the usage of other spare parts, all responsibility of the manufacturer is
excluded. In addition, the guarantee of manufacturer is expired.

Spare parts have to be stored appropriate before the replacement, specially protected against
humidity. Defective electronic components have to be packed appropriate for transport for
repair, that means specially protected against humidity, shock proof and with antistatic foil,
if required.

On damages, which may not be cleared by the personnel, the MTU service or its representative
has to be informed for further assistance.

Arbitrary reconstructions or changes of the system will result in loss of responsibility and gua-
rantee of the manufacturer.

After each repair, a function test of the corresponding device or plant has to be carried out.
A separate function test of the repaired component without test of effected system parts is
not sufficient.

The electronic components have not to be polluted.

For the cleaning of foil key pad and display, only solvent free, non scraping and non acid
cleaners have to be used.

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3.2 Adjustment of the system

3.2.1 Adjustment of HEX- and DIP-switches


The rear side of the telegraph station is provided with 2 HEX-switches ( hexadecimal logic,
round, 0 - 7 ) and 1 DIP-switch ( Dual-in-Package, 9 binary switches ) for adjustment of the
station.

The switches are defined with texts and each telegraph station is delivered from the manufactu-
rer completely adjusted ( Default-values ).

Changes in the switch-settings shall only be carried out by


authorized and trained personnel !
CAUTION

MPI 2 MPI 1 LCD CFG CPU

1
ON

1 485A
STATION 2
SELECT 3 2 485B
4
TX / RX 3 485A´
SOUND
DISPLAY 4 485B´
OPTION
5
ALARM
DIP

MASTER
UNIT 6
ADDRESS
LCD 7
SYSTEM
8
FAULT

9
PRINTER 10
11 24V(in)
Master
12 24V
MTS-5/4-E 13
Prg. Vers. : V 2.0
MTU-Sachnr. : 514 538 17 40 14
Input : DC 24V / 0,22 A
15
GND
16

EARTH

Figure 5 : Engine Telegraph MTS-5,


View of rear side

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Adjustments with HEX-switches

• Hex-switch "SYSTEM"

Available setting range : 0 - 7 ( Setting 9 : see chapter 3.2.3 )


Default setting : 0

By means of this switch, the system is defined to which the station is connected to. Actual set-
ting is always "0" ( Default setting ). The adjustment of the system number is required in pro-
jects, where several engine telegraph systems ( more than one propulsion engine ) are connec-
ted to one printer unit. In order to differ from event and alarm printouts of different systems, the
system number is required.

• Hex-switch "UNIT ADDRESS"

Available setting range : 0 - 7


Default setting : depending on project specification,
different for all units within a system

By means of this switch, the network address of the concerning telegraph station within a sy-
stem is defined. A maximum of 8 telegraph stations can be linked together in a system.

i Note - It is not allowed to use identical "Unit Address"-settings for different telegraph
stations in a system.

Adjustments with DIP-switch

The DIP-switch is provided with 9 micro-switches ( On/Off-switches ), which are used to adjust
different special functions for the concerning telegraph station. The corresponding function is
printed beside the micro-switches on the rear plate of the telegraph station.

• Switches "STATION SELECT 1 - 4"

The function of the switches "Station Select 1 - 4" is described in chapter 3.2.2

• Switch "TX/RX"

ON : The concerning station is defined as transmitter ( TX ) and can order rate of


speed as well as acknowledge orders of rate of speed.

OFF : The concerning station is defined as receiver ( RX ) and can acknowledge


orders of rate of speed but cannot order rates of speed.

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• Switch "SOUND"

ON : At concerning telegraph station the relay "ALARM" and the internal buzzer
are activated at any order of rate of speed. If the order is acknowledged,
buzzer and alarm relay are turned off.

OFF : At concerning station ( transmitter ), the relay "ALARM" and the internal buz-
zer are not activated at order of rate of speed from this station. If another sta-
tion is defined as a transmitter and the order of rate of speed is carried out
there, the buzzer and alarm relay are always turned on at order and off at
acknowledgment of rate of speed at this concerning station ( receiver ).

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Note - The adjustment of switch "Sound" is ignored, if the switch "TX/RX" on the
same telegraph station is set to "OFF"-position. That means, that the alarm
relay and the internal buzzer are always activated in case of any order of rate
speed, if this telegraph station is selected as receiver unit.

• Switch "DISPLAY"

ON : The concerning telegraph station is only operating as a display station.


Ordering rates of speed and acknowledgement of orders of rate of speed is
not possible.
In case of order of rate of speed from other station, the relay "ALARM" and
the internal buzzer are not activated.
By selection of this adjustment, the settings of switches "TX/RX" and
"SOUND" are ignored.

OFF : The telegraph station is operated according to adjustment of switches


"TX/RX" and "SOUND".

• Switch "OPTION"

For function see description 3.2.3 "Programming of quantity of telegraph


stations connected and communicating within a system"

• Switch "MASTER"

ON : At concerning telegraph station, the pressing of push-button "ON" switches on


( or "OFF" ) the power supply of the whole system presumed that the
connection of 24 V DC power supply for this station is connected to terminals
"24 V (in)" and "GND".
Only this station is allowed to carry out a system configuration.

OFF : At concerning telegraph station, the pressing of push-button "ON" is ignored.

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3.2.2 Adjustment of station selection push-buttons

By means of switches "Station Select 1 - 4" the station selection push-buttons are free selecta-
ble on each telegraph station.

i
Note - The switches "Station Select 1 - 4" must always be adjusted to OFF-position in
systems without station selection push-buttons. It is not allowed to use identical
"Station Select x"-settings for different telegraph stations in a system. Only one of
these switches may be switched to ON-position.

Attachment of station selection push-buttons :

Station Select 1 : upper station selection push-button


Station Select 2 : below upper station selection push-button
Station Select 3 : above lower station selection push-button
Station Select 4 : lower station selection push-button

On telegraph station which is defined for concerning station selection push-button, also the cor-
responding "Station Select" switch has to be adjusted to "ON"-position.

Example :

Inscription of Number of Telegraph station


Station Selection Buttons Station Selection Button

Bridge 1 MASTER
MCR 2 SUBMASTER
ER 3 SLAVE
( empty ) 4 ( n.n. )

Following "Station Select" switches have to be adjusted on the different telegraph stations :

Telegraph station Adjustment of "Station Select" switch

MASTER Station Select 1 : ON


Station Select 2 : OFF
Station Select 3 : OFF
Station Select 4 : OFF

SUBMASTER Station Select 1 : OFF


Station Select 2 : ON
Station Select 3 : OFF
Station Select 4 : OFF

SLAVE Station Select 1 : OFF


Station Select 2 : OFF
Station Select 3 : ON
Station Select 4 : OFF

The MASTER recognizes the following incorrect adjustments of switches "Station Select" :

• on all telegraph stations except MASTER station, all "Station Select" switches are set to
"OFF"-position. The MASTER is the the only station, where a "Station Select" switch is
adjusted to "ON"-position.

• on a further station the "Station Select" switches are adjusted identically to the
MASTER setting.

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3.2.3 Programming of quantity of telegraph stations within the system

At setting to work of the system, the MASTER station is testing the correct function of all further
telegraph stations within the system. To ensure a reliable test for all connected stations, the
MASTER station must be adjusted and programmed for the correct quantity of connected tele-
graph stations within the system.
This adjustment procedure is normally carried out already by the manufacturer with order-spe-
cific settings. For readjustment of the system ( telegraph stations added or deleted or replace-
ment of stations in case of failures ) the following procedure must be carried out.

i
Note - The adjustment procedure must be absolutely carried out on the MASTER station
of the system. All other remaining stations might be configured as mentioned
above.

1. Switch off the system at MASTER station.

2. Set switch "OPTION" to "ON"-position

3. Adjust Hex-switch "SYSTEM" to position "9"


( Note down previous adjustment )

4. Adjust Hex-switch "UNIT ADDRESS" to the number for quantity of telegraph stations with
in the system ( e.g. system with three telegraph stations : "3" ).
( Note down previous adjustment )

5. Switch on the system again at MASTER station.

6. The station indicates the correct setting of "quantity of telegraph stations within the
system" by activation of LED´s for rate of speed, beginning from bottom to top
( e.g. system with three telegraph stations : LED´s for FULL, HALF and SLOW are
activated on ASTERN direction ).

7. Switch off the system at MASTER station.

9. Set switch "OPTION" to "OFF"-position

10. Adjust Hex-switch "SYSTEM" to previous position ( see note )

11. Adjust Hex-switch "UNIT ADDRESS" to previous position ( see note )

12. Switch on the system again at MASTER station.

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3.3 Function of relays

Relay "ALARM" : The relay "ALARM" is activated, if a rate of speed is ordered.


It is deactivated after acknowledgement of order of rate of speed.

Relay "FAULT" : After switching on the system from MASTER station, all connected telegraph
stations are carrying out an internal self test. If this test shows no faults, the
relay "FAULT" is activated which indicates a normal condition of the station.
In case of a fault, the relay is deactivated.

i
Note - The relay "FAULT" is deactivated in all fault conditions of the system and remains
deactivated as long as the fault condition is present.
The concerning "FAULT" output should therefore not be used directly for control of
external acoustical alarm devices ( normally , the output is used for fault alarm
message to monitoring system ).

3.4 Fault messages

Each telegraph station can indicate a fault condition on the station by means of LED "FAULT",
by relay "FAULT" and activation of internal buzzer at the station. The following fault conditions
are monitored by the system :

• Breakage in serial data line connection between telegraph stations.

After setting to work of the system, the MASTER station is testing the connection to all telegraph
stations within the system and stores internally the corresponding unit-addresses of these sta-
tions. During operation, the MASTER is checking appr. each 3 seconds the correct interconnec-
tion between all telegraph stations.

- Fault at setting to work of system with station selection push-buttons

The communication fault in a system with station selection push-buttons is presented at the dif-
ferent telegraph stations as follows.

Example : The following description refers to the following system configuration :

Telegraph station Unit No. Station Selection Button

MASTER ( Bridge ) 0 1
SUBMASTER ( ECR ) 1 2
SLAVE ( ER 1 ) 2 3
SLAVE ( ER 2 ) 3 4

Fault condition : The serial data communication line between SUBMASTER ( Engine
Control Room, ECR ) and SLAVE ( Engine Room 1, ER 1 ) is broken.
The 24 V DC power supply to all 4 telegraph stations is still present.

After setting to work of the system, all telegraph stations are indicating a fault as follows :

MASTER Station ( Bridge ) and SUBMASTER ( ECR ) :

- The LED "FAULT" shows pulsating light


- The LED "ER 1" and "ER 2" showing pulsating light
- The relay "FAULT" is deactivated ( indicating abnormal condition )
- The internal buzzer is activated

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SLAVE Station ( ER 1 ) :

- The LED "FAULT" shows pulsating light


- The LED "ER 1" shows pulsating light
- The relay "FAULT" is deactivated
- The internal buzzer is activated

SLAVE Station ( ER 2 ) :

- The LED "FAULT" shows pulsating light


- The LED "ER 2" shows pulsating light
- The relay "FAULT" is deactivated
- The internal buzzer is activated

The pulsating station LED indications are indicating the telegraph stations, to which the
MASTER can not establish a data communication.

i
Note - Telegraph stations without connection to the MASTER station present missing
data communication by pulsating LED indication of their own station selection
push-button.

Acknowledgement of fault message :

The fault can only be acknowledged at the MASTER station by pressing the concerning station
selection push-buttons ( example : "ER 1" and "ER 2" ). Each other telegraph station may
acknowledge the internal alarm buzzer by pressing the station selection push-button with pulsat-
ing LED indication.

The fault at telegraph stations remaining within the data communication ( Example : "Bridge"
and "ECR" ) is now switched to "SILENT ALARM" condition, which means, that the LED
"FAULT" is turned to steady light, the internal buzzer is deactivated, but the relay "FAULT"
remains deactivated (abnormal condition).

i
Note - Due to this possible telegraph operation of the remaining stations under
"SILENT ALARM" condition, the relay „FAULT” should not be connected to
e.g. sounders, hooters or flash lights!
It is therefore recommended to monitor the relay „FAULT” by the engine alarm and
monitoring system.

The system is now back to normal operation, but only with the remaining telegraph stations. The
relay "ALARM" will be operated and internal buzzer is activated again because of order of rate
of speed "STAND BY".

At MASTER station, the system configuration ( Example : "Bridge" - "ECR" ) can now be selec-
ted, but selections for telegraph stations with missing data communication are ignored.
These disconnected stations ( Example : "ER 1" and "ER 2" ) may only acknowledge the
internal buzzer by pressing the station selection push-button for their own telegraph station
( indicated by pulsating light ), but not acknowledge the fault ( the relay "FAULT" remains
deactivated at these stations ).

Special case : The MASTER station can not establish any data communication to
further telegraph stations.

In this case, the fault can not be acknowledged, the "SILENT ALARM" condition can not be ob-
tained. The system must be switched off and after a short while on again at MASTER station to
carry out a system cold-start.

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If the fault has been cleared, the "SILENT ALARM" condition is automatically switched off and
the system is working in normal operation. If the fault remains, all alarms and indications will
occur again as described above.

- Fault at operation of system with station selection push-buttons

The telegraph system will react as already described above for fault at setting to work.
After fault acknowledgement, the remaining telegraph stations will be set into the same condi-
tion which was present before the failure has occured. The selected rate of speed and the sys-
tem configuration are indicated again.

- Failure of telegraph station selected at system configuration

If a telegraph station fails which was selected by station selection push-button ( transmitter, re-
ceiver ), the selected configuration is deleted, that means, the concerning LED´s for the station
selection turn dark. The selected rate of speed is not effected. At MASTER station, a new selec-
tion of system configuration must be carried out, which is only possible for telegraph stations
which are working normal without faults.
If the MASTER station itself fails, a further operation of the system is not possible and the fault
has to be cleared in order to obtain normal operation again.

- Fault at setting to work and operation of system without station


selection push-buttons

Because of missing station selection push-buttons in the system, the fault can not be acknowl-
edged. If the fault occurs at setting to work or within operation of the system, always the follow-
ing condition will be presented on all telegraph stations :

- The LED "FAULT" shows pulsating light


- The relay "FAULT" is deactivated
- The internal buzzer is activated

The fault can only be cleared by reestablishment of data communication within the system.

Possible fault reasons Remedies

- Wire breakage in connection line Check of cabling and connection


terminals of 485A, 485B, 485A´, 485B´
and power supply 24 V DC

- EMC troubles ( fault may occur Check of cabling and connection


sporadically ) terminals, specially screening of cables

- Concerning telegraph station is defective Check of complete system required

- Wrong programming of quantity Correct adjustment according to proce-


of telegraph stations within the system dure described in chapter 3.2.3.

After clearance of the fault, the system turns back to operating condition before occurrence of
the fault.

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• Internal fault

If an internal fault is detected, the LED "FAULT" is activated with steady light indication.

Possible fault reasons Remedies

- Internal fault on RAM or ROM Telegraph station is defective and must


be returned to manufacturer for repair

- Fault while writing data on internal Telegraph station is defective and must
EEPROM be returned to manufacturer for repair

- DIP-switch adjustment not correct Check of DIP-switch setting

If a fault has occurred, all telegraph stations will turn to following operating condition :

- The LED "ON" is activated


- The LED "FAULT" is blinking or showing steady light
- The relay "FAULT" is not operated
- The relay "ALARM" is not operated
- The internal buzzer is activated
- All LED´s "Rate of Speed" are turned off.

In this stage, it is not possible to order any rate of speed or to acknowledge an order of rate of
speed. On systems with station selection push-buttons, it is not possible to carry out a configu-
ration selection.

Further possible faults :

• A further fault is indicated by cyclic switching on and off of the system with a period of
appr. 1.6 seconds. The operating condition of the telegraph stations ( Relays, LED´s ) is
undefined in this case.

Each telegraph station is monitored internally by a watch-dog function. This watch-dog


has to be served each 1.6 seconds by the program. If this does not happen, the
watch-dog automatically releases a system reset at the station.

Following reasons may release a watch-dog reset :

- Internal defect of a station


- External interferences are causing a program trouble

• The MASTER station detects a fault condition, if it can not detect at least two
telegraph stations in the system during setting to work procedure.
This fault is indicated by a blinking "FAULT"-LED.

If a fault in the system is not cleared automatically within 10 seconds, the system should be
switched off and on again after a short moment.
The system is then operating without the defective telegraph station. This operating condition is
only possible, if the defective station is not the MASTER.

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3.5 Definition of types

Following types of system devices are actually defined :

MTS-5-E MTS-5 telegraph station without station selection push-buttons,


front panel text in English language

MTS-5/G-E MTS-5 telegraph station without station selection push-buttons,


in cabinet TW3040, front panel text in English language

MTS-5/4-E MTS-5 telegraph station with station selection push-buttons,


front panel text in English language

MTS-5/4-G-E MTS-5 telegraph station with station selection push-buttons,


in cabinet TW3040, front panel text in English language

MTS-5/4-S1 MTS-5 telegraph station with station selection push-buttons,


front panel text in Spanish language

MTS-5/4-G-S1MTS-5 telegraph station with station selection push-buttons,


in cabinet TW3040, front panel text in Spanish language

MTS-5/4-S2 MTS-5 telegraph station with station selection push-buttons,


front panel text in South American Spanish language

MTS-5/4-G-S2MTS-5 telegraph station with station selection push-buttons,


in cabinet TW3040, front panel text in South American Spanish
language

MTS-5/4-C1 MTS-5 telegraph station with station selection push-buttons,


front panel text in simple Chinese language

MTS-5/4-G-C1 MTS-5 telegraph station with station selection push-buttons,


in cabinet TW3040, front panel text in simple Chinese language

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3.6 System drawings

3.6.1 Connection of system

• RS-485 interface

The following figure presents the general data communication connection of telegraph stations
via RS-485 interface within a system :

MASTER SLAVE SLAVE

485A 485A 485A

485B 485B 485B

Earth Earth Earth

485A´ 485A´ 485A´

485B´ 485B´ 485B´


120 Ω * 120 Ω *
Earth Earth Earth

Figure 6 : RS-485 interface connection

*) Termination resistor 120 Ω

Both resistors are integrated already in the plug connector of concerning telegraph stations at
delivery of the system. Always the two open data interfaces RS-485A (B) or RS-485A´ (B´) have
to be terminated by the 120 Ω resistor.

i Note - The cable screen has to be laid up full size into the Earth-screw- terminal.

Cable : Data transmission cable


Min. cross section : 2 x 0,6 mm2,
twisted pair, drilled and screened
Wave resistance at 100 kHz : 120 Ω

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• Power supply 24 V DC

The external power supply source 24 V DC has always to be connected to the MASTER station
of the system ( terminal 24 V (in) and GND ). The MASTER is the only station, which is enabled
to switch on and off the system and before setting the whole system to work, the MASTER is
checking the correct condition of the 24 V DC power supply.

All other telegraph stations are connected to 24 V DC output terminals ( 24 V and GND )
in series with the MASTER.

MASTER SLAVE SLAVE

24 V DC 24V(in)
Master only

GND GND

24V 24V 24V

24V 24V 24V

GND GND GND

GND GND

Figure 7 : Power supply 24 V DC

Cable : Min. cross section : 2 x 1,5 mm2

i
Note - The power supply of devices connected to relay contacts must be performed
potentialfree from power supply of engine telegraph system MTS-5 in any
case.

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• Internal connection cabinet TW3040

For wall mounting, the MTS-5 telegraph stations can be delivered in a cabinet, which is provided
with an additional terminal list. The following figure presents the internal connection of MTS-5
plug connector on rear side of the unit to the terminal list :

Terminal function Terminal list Internal wiring / Plug-Connector


Cabinet wire colours MTS-5 unit

RS485A Input 1 wh 1 RS485A


RS485B Input 2 bn 2 RS485B
Screen RS485 Input 3 screen connected to
earth rail
RS485A´ Output 4 wh 3 RS485A´
RS485B´ Output 5 bn 4 RS485B´
Screen RS485 Output 6 screen connected to
earth rail
Alarm relay NO (normally open) 7 wh 5 Alarm relay NO
Alarm relay CN (base) 8 bn 6 Alarm relay CN
Alarm relay NC (normally closed) 9 gr 7 Alarm relay NC
Fault relay NC (normally closed) 10 d-gn 8 Fault relay NC
Fault relay CN (base) 11 l-gn 9 Fault relay CN
Fault relay NO (normally open) 12 bl 10 Fault relay NO

+24 VDC
+ 24 V DC Master only 13 rd 11 Master
+ 24 V DC Input / Output 14 or 12 In/Out
+ 24 V DC Input / Output 15 or 13 In/Out
Ground 16 bl 14 GND
Ground 17 bl 15 GND
Ground 18 bl 16 GND
Acoustic Alarm Output, 24 V DC+ 19 wh
Acoustic Alarm Output, 24 V DC- 20
Optical Alarm Output, 24 V DC+ 21
Optical Alarm Output, 24 V DC- 22
External Output, 24 V DC+ 23 bn
External Output, 24 V DC- 24
External Input, 24 V DC+ 25
External Input, 24 V DC- 26

Figure 8 : Internal connection, Cabinet TW3040

Cable, screened : 2 x 0,75 mm2


All other cable : 1,5 mm2

Terminals : Wago 281-601


Plug Connector : Wago 231-316/037-000

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Part 4

Maintenance and Repair


( Specialist personnel )

Not required in this publication !

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Part 5

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5. Illustrated Part Catalog

5.1 Introduction

The illustrated parts catalogue provides the user with a basis for ordering spare parts.
When ordering spare parts the catalog script Nr. (e.g. E531931/01E) with FIG. identification
number and ITEM number besides TYPE and DESIGNATION, as well as the PART NUMBER
form the rear side of device, must be specified.
Parts listed without these identification numbers cannot be delivered.
The drawings may also be used as a guidance at service and repair works as they show the in-
dividual assembly of concerning parts. For this reason, the drawings include also single parts for
which no spare parts provision has been made.

Each illustration shown in this catalog is accompanied by a descriptive section with the same
figure number. The item numbers in the figures permit a unique identification of all parts.
In some cases, a component item number comprises several part items, where the component
is not shown in the figure as a complete build group. Then the figure is presenting a list of item
numbers, which belong to the item number of the build group.

Illustration and table :

FIG. Identification number of the illustration shown in the parts catalog with refe-
rence to the descriptive section, which follows the illustration.

ITEM : The item numbers in the figures provide a link between the parts shown in
the illustrations and the descriptive sections with the same figure number,
where the parts are described with all required details for ordering.

DESIGNATION : This is the exact description, which must be specified when ordering parts.

TYPE : This is the exact type designation, which must be specified when ordering
parts.

PART NUMBER : This is the part identification number form the rear side of the unit, which
must be specified when ordering parts.

Q/U : Quantity incorporated in unit. The specified quantities refer to the amount of
installed assemblies.

M: Maintenance level.
Category to be referred to by the personnel, who must carry out the mainte-
nance activity, based on the following criteria :
- Degree of difficulty of the work
- Qualification of the repair personnel

R: Repairable on site
Work performed by the trained operating or specialist personnel
either by onboard or depot repair.
N: Not repairable
Part is not repairable either from customer personnel or factory.
Replacement required.
F: Factory return
Part has to be replaced by trained personnel from stock and
sent to manufacturer for repair.

REMARK : Important notes relating to a particular item.

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Modification service :

Adaption and modification of part numbers will not be recorded after final production of the illu-
strated parts catalog. We therefore recommend that changes in part numbers should be noted
down in the parts catalog. This information is included in the order confirmation and on labels at-
tached to the spare parts.

Ordering of spare parts :

The following particulars are required for the processing of spare part orders :

• Customer Order number

• Script number of the spare part catalog ( e.g. E531931/01E )

• FIGURE number from the spare part catalog

• ITEM number from the spare part catalog

• TYPE number of the spare part

• DESIGNATION of the spare part

• Part number from rear side of device

• Quantity of parts and unit of measure

• Length of cables, if not specified with designation of component


( In this cases, the type designation is presented like XGE-1/10-x ( or "-xx" or "-xxx"),
where "x" indicates the undefined cable length in decimetre.

• Version- and revision number with spare part order for Eproms.
( In the spare part catalog, the revision number is marked with "yy" )

Adjustable spare parts are delivered unadjusted from the manufacturer. An exchange of defecti-
ve parts requires the regard of adjustment instructions for the concerning parts, respectively the
adjustments have to be taken from the defective unit.

Sending parts to MTU for repair :

Parts which are sent to MTU Friedrichshafen for repair must be clearly identified with the
order number, FIGURE, ITEM, part number and serial number of device if applied.
The label with imprinted serial No. is to find on the rear side of device lateral at the „CPU”
marked socket for the cable connection plug.

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5.2 Drawings and tables

The following table presents all available drawings of the illustrated spare part catalog for the
engine telegraph system MTS-5 :

Figure No. Figure / Bild Page / Seite


Bildnummer

11.02.1 Engine Telegraph MTS-5 11.02.1.1 - 11.02.1.2


Maschinentelegraph MTS-5
11.02.2 Engine Telegraph MTS-5 with cabinet 11.02.2.1 - 11.02.2.2
Maschinentelegraph MTS-5 mit Schaltschrank

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Part 5 / Teil 5 Figure : ENGINE TELEGRAPH
Illustrated Parts Catalog / Bebilderter Ersatzteilkatalog Bild : 11.02.1 Maschinentelegraf
FRIEDRICHSHAFEN MTS-5

003,
004

007

008
ENGIN
E TEL
EGRA
PH MT
S-5
A
FULL
STAND H
BY ON 005
E HALF
A
SLOW
D
DEAD
SLOW
STOP
A
S DEAD
SLOW
FINISH
WITH T SLOW 006
ENGIN
E E
R HALF
N FULL

DIMM

001, 002

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Part 5 / Teil 5 Figure : ENGINE TELEGRAPH
Illustrated Parts Catalog / Bebilderter Ersatzteilkatalog Bild :
11.02.1 Maschinentelegraf
FRIEDRICHSHAFEN MTS-5

FIG. ITEM DESIGNATION TYPE Q/U M REMARK


Bild Pos. Benennung Typ STO W Bemerkung
11.02.1 001 ENGINE TELEGRAPH, PLUG-IN UNIT, COMPLETE MTS-5-E 1 F ENGLISH, WITHOUT STATION SELECTION
Maschinentelegraf, Einschub, komplett Englisch, ohne Stationsauswahl
11.02.1 002 ENGINE TELEGRAPH, PLUG-IN UNIT, COMPLETE MTS-5/4-E 1 F ENGLISH, WITH STATION SELECTION
Maschinentelegraf, Einschub, komplett Englisch, mit Stationsauswahl
11.02.1 003 CASING WITH FRONTPANEL WITHOUT STATION SELECTION MTS-5E-CA 1 F ENGLISH, WITHOUT PCB AND REAR PANEL
Gehäuse mit Frontplatte ohne Stationauswahl Englisch, ohne Platine und Rückwand
11.02.1 004 CASING WITH FRONTPANEL WITH STATION SELECTION MTS-5/4E-CA 1 F ENGLISH, WITHOUT PCB AND REAR PANEL
Gehäuse mit Frontplatte mit Stationauswahl Englisch, ohne Platine und Rückwand
11.02.1 005 REAR PANEL WITH EARTHING RAIL MTS-5/BP 1 N
Rückwand mit Erdungsschiene
11.02.1 006 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD EL8121.Vx.x 1 F WITH CONTROLLER (VERSION VX.X )
Hauptplatine mit Controller ( Version Vx.x )
11.02.1 007 CONTROLLER, PROGRAMMED AT89C52/MTS5 Vx.x 1 F PROGRAM VERSION VX.X
Controller, programmiert Programmversion Vx.x
11.02.1 008 COUNTER PLUG, 16-POLE, CONTACT SPRING RAIL 231-316/037-000 1 N MANUFACTURER : WAGO ( SUPPLIER : ELNA )
Gegenstecker, 16-polig, Federleiste Hersteller : WAGO ( Lieferant : ELNA )

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Part 5 / Teil 5 Figure : ENGINE TELEGRAPH
Illustrated Parts Catalog / Bebilderter Ersatzteilkatalog Bild : 11.02.2 Maschinentelegraf
FRIEDRICHSHAFEN MTS-5..-G

005

003,
004

ENGIN
E TEL
EGRA
PH MT
S-5
A FULL
STAND
H
BY ON
E HALF
A SLOW
D
DEAD
SLOW
STOP
A
DEAD
S SLOW
FINISH
WITH
ENGINE
T SLOW
006
E
R HALF
N FULL

DIMM

001, 002

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Part 5 / Teil 5 Figure : ENGINE TELEGRAPH
Illustrated Parts Catalog / Bebilderter Ersatzteilkatalog Bild :
11.02.2 Maschinentelegraf
FRIEDRICHSHAFEN MTS-5..-G

FIG. ITEM DESIGNATION TYPE Q/U M REMARK


Bild Pos. Benennung Typ STO W Bemerkung
11.02.2 001 ENGINE TELEGRAPH, COMPLETE WITH SWITCHBOX MTS-5-G-E 1 F ENGLISH, WITHOUT STATION SELECTION
Maschinentelegraf, komplett mit Schaltschrank Englisch, ohne Stationsauswahl
11.02.2 002 ENGINE TELEGRAPH, COMPLETE WITH SWITCHBOX MTS-5/4-G-E 1 F ENGLISH, WITH STATION SELECTION
Maschinentelegraf, komplett mit Schaltschrank Englisch, mit Stationsauswahl
11.02.2 003 ENGINE TELEGRAPH, PLUG-IN UNIT, COMPLETE MTS-5-E 1 F ENGLISH, WITHOUT STATION SELECTION
Maschinentelegraf, Einschub, komplett Englisch, ohne Stationsauswahl
11.02.2 004 ENGINE TELEGRAPH, PLUG-IN UNIT, COMPLETE MTS-5/4-E 1 F ENGLISH, WITH STATION SELECTION
Maschinentelegraf, Einschub, komplett Englisch, mit Stationsauswahl
11.02.2 005 SWITCH BOX, COMPLETE WITH TERMINALS AND WIRING TW3040/FLP 1 N HOUSING WITH FLANGE PLATE FOR CABLE GLANDS
Schaltkasten, komplett mit Klemmleiste und Verdrahtung Gehäuse mit Flanschplatte für Kabelverschraubungen
11.02.2 006 TERMINAL 281-601 26 N MANUFACTURER : WAGO ( SUPPLIER : ELNA )
Reihenklemme Hersteller : WAGO ( Lieferant : ELNA )

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List of Abbreviations Page i

List of Abbreviations

°C degree Celsius

a accelaration
A Ampère
AC alternating current
appr. approximately
acc. to according to
Ah Ampère hours
Aux. Auxiliary

baud bits per seconds


bn brown
bl blue

cont. continued
CCS Customer Connecting System
CPU Central Processing Unit
CFG Configuration

D Depth
DC direct current
DIN Deutsches Institut für Normung (German National Standards Institute)
DIP Dual-in-package
DIMM Dimmer ( Illumination control )
d-gn dark-green

etc. etcetera ( and so on )


e.g. example gratia ( for example )
EMC Electro Magnetic Compatibility
Ext. External
ER. Engine Room
EPROM Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory

Fig. Figure

Int. Internal

GND Ground
g Acceleration due to gravity
gr grey

h Hour
H Height
Hz Hertz (unit of frequency)
HEX Hexadecimal

IEC International Electrotechnical Commission (standards commission)


IP Isolation Protection (DIN, ISO, EN Standards)

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Page ii List of Abbreviations

List of Abbreviations ( cont. )

kHz kiloHertz
kg kilogram

LCD Liquid Crystal Display


LED Light Emitting Diode
l-gn light-green

min. minimum
max. maximum
MB Mega Byte
MPI Main Printer Interface
MCR Machinery Control Room
mA milli Ampère
ms milli seconds
mm milli meter
mm2 square milli meter
MTU Motoren- und Turbinen-Union

n Speed
NO normally open
NC normally closed
No. Number

Ω Ohm
or orange

pc(s). piece(s)
prc. processor
% percent

RAM Random Access Memory


ROM Read Only Memory
resp. respectively
RX Receive Data
rd red

sec. second

t Time
TX Transmit Data

U Voltage

V Volt
VAC Volt Accelerating Current
VDC Volt Direct Current
vs versus

W Width
wh white

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