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Section 7 Analog Manager

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Introduction Data Sources Source Format Analog Output Flexible Limits Exercises slide 3 4 10 12 20 25

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Introduction
Introduction
Data Sources Source Format Analog Outputs Flexible Limits Exercises

Analog ManagerTM
The Analog Manager permits measured or internal analog values, such as speed or voltage bias signals, to be utilized for the following functionalities:
Monitoring via FlexLimitsTM for alarm and control purposes Sources for the analog bias signals output Sources for the set point references to external controllers

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Data Sources
Introduction

Possible data sources 00 01 02 03 05 06 Internal values Generator values Mains values Busbar Controller setpoints Analog inputs

Data Sources
Source Format Analog Outputs Flexible Limits Exercises

Change data source with + and 4 Proprietary Information

Data Sources
Introduction

Group 00

Internal values

Data Sources
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Data Sources
Introduction

Group 01
Analog input # 01.01 01.02

Generator values
Analog variable Reference value Generator rated voltage Generator rated voltage Rated frequency Generator rated current Power factor 1 Generator rated real power Generator rated reactive power Gen. rated real and reactive power

Data Sources
Source Format Analog Outputs Flexible Limits

Gen. aver.ph-n volt Gen voltage L1-N Gen. frequency Gen. current average Gen. power factor Gen. total real power Gen.total react. power Gen. total apparent power

Exercises

01.09 01.13 01.20 01.24 01.28 01.32

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And many more detailed values

Data Sources
Group 02
Introduction

Mains values

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Data Sources
Introduction

Group 05

Controller setpoints

Data Sources
Source Format Analog Outputs Flexible Limits Exercises

Refer to the controller section for additional information


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Data Sources
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Group 03

Busbar values

Data Sources
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Group 06

Analog inputs

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Source Format
Introduction Data Sources

Format of the values: The data range of these values is +/- 32000 (+/- 320.00%)
There are two types of values

Source Format
Analog Outputs Flexible Limits Exercises

with reference
without reference

i.e. voltages, refer to rated voltage, entered as 000.00% i.e. analog inputs entered in the displayed format without any comma

The format is needed for the following parameters:


Flexible limits Parameter: Limit Hysteresis

Analog outputs
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Parameter:

Source value at minimal output


Source value at maximum output

Source Format
Introduction Data Sources

Examples:

Source Format
Analog Outputs Flexible Limits Exercises

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Analog Output
Introduction Data Sources Source Format

Description of the parameters

Analog Outputs
Flexible Limits Exercises

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Analog Output
Introduction Data Sources Source Format

Description of the analog output parameters

Analog Outputs
Flexible Limits Exercises

Data source: Select from list

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Analog Output
Introduction Data Sources Source Format

Description of the analog output parameters

Analog Outputs
Flexible Limits Exercises

Define the upper and lower limits of the signal as a percentage

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Analog Output
Introduction Data Sources Source Format

Description of the analog output parameters

Analog Outputs
Flexible Limits Exercises

Select desired signal type and range


User defined

(max. +/- 20mA/ +/- 10V)


0-10mA / 0-5V 0-20mA / 0-10V 20-4mA 4.5-0.5V +/-1 V +/- 2.5 And many more

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Analog Output
Introduction Data Sources Source Format

Description of the analog output parameters

Analog Outputs
Flexible Limits Exercises

Only for hardware type:


User defined

For output signal 4 to 20mA: Range: 0-100% = -20 to 20mA

Min output: 60.00% = 4mA Max output: 100.00% = 20mA

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Analog Output
Introduction Data Sources Source Format

Description of the analog output parameters

Analog Outputs
Flexible Limits Exercises

Only for PWM signal

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Analog Output
Introduction Data Sources Source Format

Examples for analog output parameters from the Configuration manual

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Analog Outputs Status Screen


Introduction Data Sources Source Format

Signal Options:

Analog Outputs
Flexible Limits Exercises

Analog outputs OFF 2 analog outputs User defined (max. +/- 20mA and +/- 10V) Configurable as a 0-10mA / 0-5V voltage, current, or 0-20mA / 0-10V PWM signal 4-20mA Actual output 0.5-4.5V Preconfigured for speed and signal 10-0mA / 5-0V voltage bias % in relation to 20-0mA / 10-0V 20-4mA the configured 4.5-0.5V range

+/-1 V

+/- 2.5
+/- 3V +/-10mA / +/-5V +/-20mA +/-10V

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Flexible Limits
Introduction Data Sources Source Format Analog Outputs

Description of the parameters

Flexible Limits
Exercises

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Flexible Limits
Introduction Data Sources Source Format Analog Outputs

Description of the parameters

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Enter text to be displayed in alarm list and event log if the FlexLimit is not configured as a control.

Enter alarm class Available: A B C D E F Control


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Flexible Limits
Introduction Data Sources Source Format Analog Outputs

Description of the parameters


Enable Flexible limit (disabled by default)

Flexible Limits
Exercises

Enter delay time

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Flexible Limits
Introduction Data Sources Source Format Analog Outputs

Description of the parameters

Select monitored data source from list

Flexible Limits
Exercises

Limit defines the threshold that an action is initiated Hysteresis defines the level below the limit that the condition no longer exists

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Flexible Limits
Introduction Data Sources Source Format Analog Outputs

Description of the parameters

Flexible Limits
Exercises

If the alarm class is configured as control these parameters are ignored

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Exercises
Introduction Data Sources Source Format Analog Outputs Flexible Limits

A: 1) Configure the analog input 1 for a VDO fuel tank level sender. 2) Additional task: What would you have to change to view the tank level in liters? B: Configure the analog output manager: Generator real power for an analog meter (rated power 200 KW). C: Configure the analog output manager: Speed bias signal for analog output 1 range: 3 7 Vdc D: Use the flexible limits and activate a fuel transfer pump with the fuel tank levels from the analog input (refer to section 2, exercise A).

Exercises

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Exercises:
Introduction Data Sources Source Format Analog Outputs Flexible Limits

Task A

1) Configure the Analog input 1 for a VDO fuel tank level sensor. Sender Type: Resistive range: 0 to 180 Ohm linear= 0 to 100% Fuel level, Single pole (common via engine ground)

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2) Additional task: What would you have to change to see the fuel tank level in liters? 100% = 6000 liters

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Exercises:
Introduction Data Sources Source Format Analog Outputs Flexible Limits

Task A

1) Configure the Analog input 1 for a VDO fuel tank level sensor.

Change parameters in the analog input screen

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Exercises:
Introduction Data Sources Source Format Analog Outputs Flexible Limits

Solution A

1) Configure the Analog input 1 for a VDO fuel tank level sensor.

Exercises

Enter name to be displayed

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Exercises:
Introduction Data Sources Source Format Analog Outputs Flexible Limits

Solution A

1) Configure the Analog input 1 for a VDO fuel tank level sensor.
Select Type linear from list

Exercises

Verify sender hardware type 0-500 Ohm

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Exercises:
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Solution A

1) Configure the Analog input 1 for a VDO fuel tank level sensor.

Exercises

Select wire break


(Not

in this example)

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Exercises:
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Solution A
Enter value to be displayed

1) Configure the Analog input 1 for a VDO fuel tank level sensor.

Exercises

Format displayed value


Limit hardware range to 0-180 Ohm (180W/500W=36.00%)
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1000 = 100.0% (all 0 are overwritten with measured value)

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Solution A

1) Configure the Analog input 1 for a VDO fuel tank level sensor.
Enter resistance offset if any contact resistance exists in the circuit Configure sending unit connection type to match the installed single wire sender

Exercises

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Exercises:
Introduction Data Sources Source Format

Solution A

1) Configure the Analog input 1 for a VDO fuel tank level sensor.

Check result in the display


Analog Outputs Flexible Limits

Exercises

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Solution A
Enter the value to be displayed

2) Additional task: What would you have to change to view the fuel tank level in liters?
100% = 6000 liters at 100% = 6000l

Exercises

Change the format and the bar graph range

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Task B

Configure the analog output manager to operate an analog meter that will display the generator real power. The generator is rated at 200 kW. The range on the meter display is from 62.5 kW to 250 kW.

Exercises

0mA 4mA 20mA

-62.5 KW 0 KW 250 KW
KW
250

0 -62.5

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Exercises:
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Solution B

Configure the analog output manager Generator real power for an analog meter (rated power 200 KW) 0mA 4mA 20mA -62.5 KW 0 KW 250 KW -31.25% from rated power 125.00% from rated power

Exercises

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Task C

Configure the analog output manager Speed bias signal for analog output 1 range: 3 7 V.

Exercises

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Solution C

Configure the analog output manager Speed bias signal for analog output 1 range: 3 7 V. Hardware type user defined with min. / max. configuration complete output range is +/- 20mA (+/- 10V) 3V 65.00% min. value 7V 85.00% max. value -10V 0V 3 7

10V

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Task D

Fuel Transfer Pump Operation


The flexible limits are to be used to activate a fuel pump when the fuel level in the day tank falls below 20% capacity and shut off the fuel pump when the fuel level in the day tank exceeds 90% capacity. The flexible limits interpret the fuel level from an analog input. (refer to section 2, exercise A)

100% = 6000 l
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90% = 5400 l

20% = 1200 l

Fuel
90%

Fuel pump OFF

20%
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Fuel pump ON

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Solution D

Fuel Transfer Pump Operation


Two flexible limits are required for turning on and off a fuel pump. Flexible limit 5 defines the fuel pump on limit and flexible limit 6 defines the fuel pump off limit.

Exercises

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Exercises:
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Solution D

Fuel Transfer Pump Operation


The LogicsManager for a single discrete output is used to operate the fuel transfer pump for the day tank.

Exercises

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Flexible limit 5 (20% capacity) activates the fuel pump and the relay remains energized until flexible limit 6 is reached (90% capacity). Discrete Output 10 (13.10) is used as self-holding contact for turning the fuel pump on and off.

End of this presentation


Other sections are :
1 Overview 2 Hardware and I/O 3 Operational Modes 4 Configuration and ToolKit 5 Communication 6 LogicsManager

7 Analog Manager
8 Controller
9 Synchronization and breaker 10 Application 11 Sequencing

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