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Power Command Networks

Power Electronics - Controls

Outline
Networking overview Cummins supported networks Product lines and features
iWatch

iWatch Wireless

Q&A

Networks why?
The primary purpose of all networks is to enable communication

This communication may be needed to:


Monitor the performance of different devices/equipment in a sub-system or a system remotely Control different devices/equipment in a sub-system or system Master/Slave, Redundant Get a holistic view of multiple systems

And so on

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Network characteristics
Several ways to characterize a network:
Media topology (bus, star, ring, etc.)

Data transfer protocol (Modbus, TCP/IP, etc.)


Data transfer rate Etc.

Cummins devices typically use two types of network systems


To the outside world (BMS, SCADA)
FTT-10 (LonWorks): Legacy controls Modbus: New controls

Local
PCCNet
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Physical Topology For Media


BUS: A linear connection of devices (Daisy-chain)
Easy to install and troubleshoot Single point of failure

RING: A circular architecture with no break in wiring


Reliable Expensive, harder to install, Not always possible

STAR: Devices all connect to a central hub


Easies to install Hub single point of failure

COMBINATION: A mixture of the three above topologies


Flexibility to get lowest cost or highest reliability
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Most difficult to troubleshoot

Typical SCADA System


SCADA = Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition

FTT-10 Products Configure with LonMaker

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PCCNet Products Plug & Play (PnP)

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Difference between FTT-10 and PCCNet Networks


Networks using old controls require a separate network card and use LonMaker software to configure
PowerCommand 2100*, 3100 and 3201 communicate with a LonWorks interface card
Modlon II gateway converts Lon data to Modbus

The new controls come ready to communicate over Modbus and PCCNet.
PowerCommand 1.X, 2.X and 3.3 have Modbus and PCCNet native to the controls No additional hardware and no configuration work is required.
*PCC2100 does support PCCNet
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PCCNet characteristics
Up to 4000 feet Up to 20 Devices

Connects a single genset to its peripheral devices up to a total of 20


Annunciator multiple

HMI up to 2
Bargraph up to 2 Aux101/102 I/O modules

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Recommended communication media


Nema Level 4, UnShielded Twisted Pair Cable;
CPG P/N 0334-1350 (22awg, 2pr, PVC Jacket) CPG P/N 0334-1351 (22awg, 2pr, Plenum)

Cat5 Cable (Stranded) Belden 8471 / 85102 (Both are single pair, 16 AWG)

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Modbus RTU (232/485/TCP-IP) to a Customers BMS


Most popular protocol used by Building Management and SCADA systems Different versions of Modbus
RTU and ASCII
We use Modbus RTU

RS485 and RS232 Physical Layers


We use RS485. There are converters available

Modbus is not the same as Modbus+


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ModLon II Gateway
Allows Lon devices to communicate over Modbus Single device converts data from multiple gensets and ATSs P/N is 541-1149

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Remote Monitoring Solutions


Monitoring programs (Software installed on customers PC)
PowerCommand for Windows (will no longer be supported with new genset controls) PowerCommand Pulse (RFQ only)

Remote monitoring solutions (Web server installed at genset, customer uses internet browser to view web pages. No software installed on customers PC.)
iWatch 100 iWatch Wireless

Making Modbus available on PowerCommand 1.X, 2.X, 3.X makes it easy for customers to remotely monitor with their own system

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Benefits of web-based monitoring/control


No configuration of customers PC You can check genset status anywhere you have an internet connection provided you have the appropriate security provisions on your PC You can receive alarm notification anywhere your cell phone works

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PowerCommand iWatch 100


Standard Product Supports 4 genset / 4 Transfer Switches
Up to 8 gensets and 8 transfer switches by RFQ

Communicates with genset over Lonworks or Modbus

Connects via LAN or phone line


Customer installable and maintainable Password Protected and secure Provides real time data Provides Alarm notification via email Provides Genset Start/Stop Control Provides Transfer Switch Test control

Integrated and external digital I/O


User configurable device names
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Networking with iWatch 100 (PowerCommand Gensets & Transfer Switches)

Use a Network Interface Card (NIC) to connect to older control systems and ATS Connect directly to new control systems
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iWatch Wireless
Connects by Cellular, Satellite or LAN Product variations
Basic alarm only product
High end real time data product Rental product

Cummins installed and maintained Provides periodic status/data updates Alarm notification via email, page, cell phone Provides Genset Start/Stop/Test control Can be sold as part of a planned maintenance agreement

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iWatch Wireless

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iWatch Wireless Networking

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iWatch 100 vs. iWatch Wireless


Key difference between the two is in the connection
iWatch100 Customer is responsible for establishing and
maintaining an ethernet connection. Could be corporate WAN or internet. iWatch Wireless - Cummins maintains cellular or satellite connection to web server.

Ongoing service
iWatch100 is a one time transaction iWatch Wireless involves an annual fee for service

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Appendix

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Connecting over a corporate WAN


iWatch products can work behind a corporate

Remote users can still connect via VPN.


Emails and pages can still be delivered through the firewall. Benefit is that customers can take full advantage of corporate ethernet security features
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Multiple sites 1 PC

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Networking with iWatch 100 (non-PowerCommand Gensets & Transfer Switches)

Use CCMs 541-0810 for Gensets 541-0811 for Transfer Switches


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Feature comparison iWatch Wireless products


G8500 Hardware Buying Process Accessory Basic Web Page Tailoring Available Free up to 1 Hour Extensive Web Page Tailoring RFQ Media Cellular, Satellite, LAN Integral Discrete I/O 8 inputs, 2 outputs Analog Inputs (including battery voltage) 3 NFPA110 and Extended alarm Modbus data available annunciation set (32 points) Report Rate On change email alarm notification Yes Genset start/stop capbility Output relays Data Logging Yes Password Protection 3 Levels GX128 Accessory Available Free up to 1 Hour RFQ Cellular, Satellite, LAN 8 inputs, 2 outputs 3 128 discrete alarms and 128 analog values programmable Yes Output relays Yes 3 Levels

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Controls and Protocols

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ATS, Genset Control and Annunciator Compatibility Matrix


ATS OTPC/CHPC OTPC/CHPC Genset Control PCC2100, PCC3100, PCC320x PowerCommand 1.x, PowerCommand 2.x, PowerCommand 3.3 PCC2100* OTEC PCC2100, PCC3100, PCC320x Lon Hardwire switch position to PCC customer input or DIM & map to Genset Supplying Load PCCNet Hardwire switch position to Annunciator Lon PCCNet Hardwire switch position to Annunciator Annunciator

OTEC

PowerCommand 1.x, PowerCommand 2.x, PowerCommand 3.3

PCC2100*

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Password Protection

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iWatch100 Control Page

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iWatch100 Genset Data

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iWatch100 Annunciator Screen

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iWatch100 ATS Page

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iWatch100 I/O

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iWatch100 Discrete Output Control

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iWatch Wireless User Main Page

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iWatch Wireless Data Point State

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iWatch Wireless Analog Data Points

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iWatch Wireless Alarm Hist

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iWatch Wireless Data Pt Graphing

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PowerCommand Pulse

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