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C O N N E C T I V I T Y Table of Contents Communications Overview Introduction Base System Section 1 CONI Card and Twisted Pair CONI Card and MINT Digiboard Remote communication to CH devices Remote communication to CH devices Base system Multiple Display Multiple display Multiple display serial connection Multiple display Point to Point Network card Multiple display Local Area Network Multiple display Local Area Network Ethernet Bridge Interfacing with other manufacturers Power Monitoring Systems Enhanced Graphics Communication with other kinds of systems Building Management System (BMS), Distributed Control Systems (DCS), Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) Communication with other kinds of systems Building Management System (BMS), Distributed Control Systems (DCS), Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) Modbus Gateway Mint Direct interface Special configurations Communication with other manufacturers devices and networks Enhanced Graphics: Wonderware InTouch 1-1 1-3 1-6 Section 2 2-1 2-2 Section 3 3-1 3-5 3-16 3-20 3-25 Section 4 4-1 Section 5 5-1 5-4 5-9 5-21 5-28 Section 6 6-1 For further information contact Power Management Application Support (PMAS) at 1-800-809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814. For referenced documents (ILs, Application Notes) contact APSC or dial FRED (Fax Retrieval of Engineering Documents) at 412-494-3745. C O N N E C T I V I T Y Table of Contents Appendix A Cables A-1 Appendix B Dip switch setting (CONI, MINT) B-1 Appendix C Line drivers and media converters settings C-1 Index of Companies Glossary For further information contact Power Management Application Support (PMAS) at 1-800-809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814. For referenced documents (ILs, Application Notes) contact APSC or dial FRED (Fax Retrieval of Engineering Documents) at 412-494-3745. C O N N E C T I V I T Y Communications Overview In tr o d u c tio n T h e p u r p o s e o f a c o m m u n ic a t io n n e t w o r k is t o m o v e d a t a fr o m o n e p la c e t o a n o th e r . O u r c u s to m e r s a r e u s in g c o m m u n i c a t io n n e t w o r k s f o r l i t e r a ll y t h o u s a n d s o f r e a s o n s i n c l u d i n g p r o v id i n g i n f o r m a t i o n t o d e c i d e h o w t o a l l o c a t e e n e r g y c o s t s , d e t e r m in i n g t h e e f f i c i e n c y o f a g i v e n p r o c e s s , a l e r t i n g t h e m o f p r o b l e m s w i t h t h e i r d i s t r i b u t i o n s y s t e m , a n d h e lp in g t r o u b le s h o o t s y s te m s w h e n a n in t e r r u p t io n o c c u r s . T h e y a r e a ls o u s in g c o m m u n ic a t io n s t o r e m o t e ly c o n t r o l p r o c e s s e s . T h e a d v e n t o f c o m m u n ic a tio n s h a s d r a m a t ic a lly im p r o v e d th e p r o d u c t iv ity a n d e f f ic ie n c y o f p r o c e s s e s . A s w it h a ll o f o u r p r o d u c t s , d if f e r e n t p r o c e s s e s h a v e d iff e r e n t r e q u ir e m e n ts t h a t a c o m m u n ic a tio n s y s t e m n e e d s t o f i l l . A c o m m e r c ia l o f f i c e b u i l d i n g l o o k i n g t o b i l l o n c e a m o n t h h a s a m u c h d i f f e r e n t s p e c f o r c o m m u n i c a t i o n t h a n a t r a n s f e r l i n e i n a n a u t o m o t i v e p la n t . A s a r e s u l t , t h e r e a r e s e v e r a l d i f f e r e n t t y p e s o f c o m m u n i c a t i o n s d e v i c e s a n d s y s t e m s . O u r c u s t o m e r s w i l l e v a l u a t e s e v e r a l t h i n g s w h e n d e t e r m i n i n g w h i c h c o m m u n i c a t i o n s y s t e m i s r ig h t f o r th e m . T h e s e in c lu d e :

I n s t a lle d c o s t - s e n s o r , c o m m u n ic a t io n d e v ic e , n e t w o r k w ir e , d is p la y h a r d w a r e & s o f t w a r e # o f s e n s o rs s u p p o r te d o n a n e tw o r k D i s t a n c e - H o w s p r e a d o u t t h e d e v ic e s a r e & h o w m u c h w i r e i s r e q u i r e d t o c o n n e c t t h e m T h r o u g h p u t - A m o u n t o f d a t a th a t is n e e d e d t o b e t r a n s m it t e d p e r u n it t im e R e l i a b il it y o f d a t a - C e r t a in t y t h a t t h e d a t a s e n t i s d a t a r e c e i v e d A v a il a b il i t y o f n e t w o r k - W h a t i s t h e u p t i m e o f t h e n e t w o r k u n d e r v a r io u s c o n d i t i o n s C o n n e c t i v it y - H o w e a s i l y i s d a t a t r a n s f e r r e d b e t w e e n d i f f e r e n t n e t w o r k s A c o m m u n ic a t io n s y s t e m h a s r a tin g s a n d f e a t u r e s , m u c h lik e t h e o t h e r C - H p r o d u c t . T h is d is c u s s io n w ill a t te m p t t o d e f i n e t h e c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s a n d t e r m i n o l o g y o f c o m m u n i c a t i o n n e t w o r k s a n d g i v e a f e e l f o r w h a t a c u s t o m e r is l o o k i n g f o r in a n e t w o r k . S e n s o rs T h e r e a r e s e v e r a l i n d i v i d u a l p a r t s r e q u i r e d f o r a c o m m u n i c a t i o n n e t w o r k . T h e f i r s t p a r t is t a k i n g t h e d a t a f r o m a s e n s o r ( i. e . a c u r r e n t t r a n s f o r m e r ) a n d c o n v e r t in g t h a t d a ta ( 0 - 5 a m p s ) t o a n a n a lo g o r d i g i t a l s ig n a l. T h e p r o d u c t t h a t o r ig in a lly p e r f o r m e d t h is f u n c t io n w a s a t r a n s d u c e r ( i. e . a c u r r e n t t r a n s d u c e r ) . I t t o o k t h e 0 - 5 a m p s a n d c o n v e r t e d it t o a p r o p o r t io n a l a n a lo g s ig n a l ( i. e . 4 - 2 0 m A , 0 - 1 0 V , e t c . ) . T h a t m e t h o d p r o v e d to b e fa s t , b u t e x p e n s iv e . I n a d d it io n t o t h e s e n s o r a n d t r a n s d u c e r , a s h i e l d e d 3 c o n d u c t o r c a b l e a n d a t r a n s l a t o r ( i. e . a n a n a lo g i n p u t m o d u l e i n a P L C ) f o r e a c h p ie c e o f in f o r m a t io n w a s r e q u ir e d . T h a t m e a n t 3 tr a n s d u c e r s , 9 w ir e s , 1 8 t e r m in a t io n s , 3 a n a lo g in p u t s fo r 3 p h a s e c u r r e n t s a l o n e . T h e in f o r m a t i o n c o u l d a l s o o n l y b e s e n t r e l a t i v e l y s h o r t d i s t a n c e s . L1 L2 L3 C U R R E N T TR A N S D U C ER C T (3 ) A N A LO G IN P U T C U R R EN T TR A N S D U C E R A N A LO G IN P U T C U R R EN T TR A N S D U C E R A N A LO G IN P U T D IG IT A L IN P U T V O LTA G E TR A N S D U C ER P T (3 ) A N A LO G IN P U T VO LTA G E TR A N S D U C E R V O LTA G E TR A N S D U C E R A N A LO G IN P U T P R O C E S S O R A N A LO G IN P U T D IG IT A L IN P U T A n a lo g n e tw o r k - 1 c ir c u it W it h t h e in t r o d u c t io n o f t h e m i c r o p r o c e s s o r c a m e d ig i t a l d e v ic e s & n e t w o r k s - t h e a b ilit y t o t a k e t h e c u r r e n t ( 0 - 5 a m p s ) , c o n v e r t t h e r a w n u m b e r t o 1 s a n d 0 s ( i. e . a n I Q E n e r g y S e n t in e l) a n d s e n d it t o a n o t h e r p la c e . T h e r e w a s n o a d v a n t a g e i f y o u s e n t a s i n g l e p h a s e c u r r e n t , b u t if y o u s e n t a l l 3 p h a s e s , a l l 3 v o l t a g e s , e n e r g y , p o w e r , s t a t u s a n d c o n t r o l, th e r e d u c t io n in c o s t w a s s u b s t a n t ia l ( u p t o a 4 f o ld r e d u c t io n ) . T h e d a ta m e s s a g e s in a d ig it a l n e t w o r k a r e t y p i c a l ly s e n t s e r i a l l y - o n e d a t a m e s s a g e a f t e r a n o t h e r . A k e y c o m p o n e n t o f t h e s u c c e s s o f d i g i t a l c o m m u n i c a t i o n s i s g e t t in g t h e d a t a w h e r e it n e e d s t o b e w h e n it n e e d s to b e t h e r e . T h a t t im e in c lu d e s s e n s in g t h e d a t a , s e n d in g it o v e r t h e n e t w o r k , a n d t r a n s la tin g t h e d a ta in t o a u s a b le f o r m a t ( i. e . p r e s e n t it o n a c o m p u te r s c r e e n o r p r e s e n t it t o a n o t h e r i C O N N E C T I V I T Y d e v ic e s o t h a t it c a n in t e r p r e t it a n d a c t o n it ) . I n a n a n a lo g n e t w o r k , t h e t im e in c lu d e s t h e t r a n s la t io n in t h e a n a lo g m o d u le , t h e s c a n tim e in t h e P L C p lu s th e tim e it ta k e s to d is p la y it. T h e tim e it t a k e s fo r a s p e c ific a m o u n t o f d a ta to c o m p le te th a t c y c le is t h r o u g h p u t o f a n e tw o r k . T h e P h y s ic a l L a y e r T h e n e x t s t e p is t o g e t t h a t d a t a ( 1 s & 0 s ) f r o m o n e p o in t t o a n o t h e r - t h a t is c a lle d t h e p h y s i c a l c h a r a c t e r i s t i c o r p h y s ic a l la y e r o f a n e tw o r k . T h e p h y s ic a l la y e r c o n s is t s o f s e v e r a l c o m p o n e n ts . 1 ) T o p o lo g y : H o w th e tw o p o in t s w ill b e c o n n e c te d to g e th e r . N e tw o r k s a r e ty p ic a lly c o n n e c t e d in 3 m o d e s . P o in t to P o in t O n e d e v ic e c o n n e c t e d t o a n o t h e r d e v ic e . A d v a n t a g e s : s im p le , in e x p e n s iv e f o r o n e d e v ic e c o m m u n ic a tin g to a n o th e r . D is a d v a n ta g e : V e r y e x p e n s iv e fo r m o r e t h a n 2 d e v ic e s - r e q u ir e s a d d itio n a l r e p e a te r s o r c o m m u n ic a tio n p o r ts . B us M u ltip le d e v ic e s c o n n e c t e d to g e th e r o n a s in g le w ir e . A d v a n ta g e s : s im p le , in e x p e n s iv e , f o r m u lt ip le d e v ic e s . D is a d v a n ta g e : I f lin e is b r o k e n , lo s e c o m m u n ic a t io n t o d e v ic e s b e y o n d b r e a k . E n e rg y S e n tin e l WI Q E n e r g y S e n tin e l PO N I V a lue s W e s tin g h o u s e D i g it a l P r o te c ti o n kA in c o m IA C ell N o .

D i g i tr ip R M S 8 1 0 I B IC H ig h L o a d IG C O M P U T E R W IT H S E R IE S III A N D C O N I IA = IB = IC = R e se t S te p T R N D D ig i t r i p R M S R a t in g P l u g L o n g D e la y C a t. S e t t in g L o n g D e la y F r a m e R a t i n g SS 21 -- 87 T im e - S e c . M 1 - 8 .5 4 0 - 6 0 H z O n l My 2 - 1 0 10 B a tt e r y C h e c k B re a k e r T r ip s T e st A m p s S h o r t D e la y P ic k u p 6T 2 S h o rt D e la y T im e - S e c . .4 G n d . F a u lt T im e - S e c . .2 In s t . 3 In s t. G n d W R ES R e se t W e s t in g h o u s e IQ - 1 0 0 0 I I Pe a k - M W P re s e n t - M W E n e rg y - k W H G n d . F a u lt P ic k u p C PO N I N o rm a l E v e nt R e la y P rogram W W e s ti n g h o u s e I Q A n a ly z e r 2 .4 2 5 3 7 2 .8 1 3 7 1 .2 5 3 7 3 .4 7 A M P E R E S E V N T H A R M P r e v io u s F 1 L ev el F 2 C u r re n t V o lta g e P o w e r (W a t t s ) P o w e r (V a r s ) P o w e r (V A ) E n e rg y Te st T rip F 3 V alue H o m e F 4 D e m a nd P o w e r F a c to r F re q u e n c y % TH D D is t o r t io n F a c t o r C u s to m R E S

A la r m F u n c t io n D E M D M od e S te p U p P r o te c tio n U p P r o g r am D o w n S e t P o i n ts S tep D o w n H E L P T r ip Te st P ro g r am U n it S ta t u s S te p H e lp IQ 1 0 0 0 II IQ A n a ly z e r D ig itr ip 8 1 0 C H D E V IC E S D E V IC E S M P A C C R in g M u lt ip le d e v ic e s c o n n e c te d to g e th e r o n a s in g le w ir e fo r m in g a lo o p . A d v a n ta g e s : If d a ta lin e b r e a k s , m e s s a g e s s till c a n b e h e a r d b y a ll d e v ic e s . D is a d v a n ta g e : M o r e e x p e n s iv e , d o u b le s w ir in g a n d c o m m u n ic a tio n c o s ts . E n e rg y S e n tin e l WI Q E n e r g y S e n tin e l PO N I V a l u es C O M P U T E R W IT H S E R IE S III A N D C O N I W e s tin g h o u s e D ig it a l P r o te c ti o n kA in c o m IA C e llN o . D i g i t r i p R M S 8 1 I0 B IC H ig h L o a d IG Pea k - M W P re s e n t - M W E n e rg y - k W H R eset S te p D ig it r ip R M S R a t in g P lu g L o n g D e la y S1 - 7 S e t t in g L o n g D e la y C a t . T im e - S e c . F r a m e R a t i n gMS 2 1 -- 8 8 .5 4 0 - 6 0 H z O n Ml y 2 - 1 0 10 B a t te r y C h e c k G n d . F a u lt P ic k u p C G n d . F a u lt T im e - S e c . .2 G nd B re a k e r T r ip s T e st A m p s 6T PS ich ok ur t p D e l a y 2 S h o r t D e la y T im e - S e c . .4 In s t. 3 In s t. T est PO N I N o rm al E ve n t R e la y P ro g r a m

W W e s tin g h o u s e IQ A n a l y ze r 2 .4 2 5 R ES R es e t T r ip 3 7 2 .8 1 3 7 1 .2 5 3 7 3 .4 7 P re v io u s F 1 L ev el C u r re n t V o lt a g e P o w e r (W a t t s ) P o w e r (V a r s ) P o w e r (V A ) E n e rg y F 2 F 3 F4 F u n c tio n V al ue H o m e D e m a nd P o w e r F a c to r F re q u e n c y U p % TH D D is t o r t i o n F a c to r D o w n C u s to m P ro g r am R E S A la rm A M P E R E S T R N D E V N T H A R M D E M D T r ip T est U n it Statu s D ig itr ip 8 1 0 W W e s ti n g h o u s e IQ - 1 0 0 0 I I IA = IB = IC = H e lp IQ A n a ly z e r M od e P r o t e c ti o n S tep U p P r o gr a m S e t P o i n ts S tep D ow n H E L P S tep IQ 1 0 0 0 II C H D E V IC E S E a c h o f th e a b o v e m a y b e r e d u n d a n t - tw o w ir e s r u n n in g in p a r a lle l s u c h th a t if o n e w ir e b r e a k s , th e n e tw o r k is s till in t a c t . 2 ) M e d ia : H o w th e n e tw o r k is p h y s ic a lly c o n n e c te d to g e th e r . D a ta is ty p ic a lly tr a n s m itt e d o v e r ( in in c r e a s in g c o s t) : S t r a ig h t w ir e s - A n e x a m p le is te le p h o n e c a b le ( 2 6 g a u g e , 4 c o n d u c t o r ) T w is t e d S h ie ld e d P a ir ( T S P ) - 2 c o n d u c to r , t w is te d w ir e w ith a m e ta l s h ie ld a r o u n d it. T h e w ir e is t w is t e d a n d s h ie ld e d t o h e lp p r e v e n t e le c t r ic a l n o i s e f r o m g e t t in g o n t o t h e w ir e o r f r o m t h e c o m m u n ic a tio n w ir e in to o t h e r c ir c u it s . ( N o is e is n o t g o o d b e c a u s e it c a n c h a n g e th e 1 s to 0 s , c h a n g in g th e v a lu e o f th e d a ta .) 2 T S P - T w o t w is t e d s h ie ld p a ir o f w ir e s in a s in g le c a b le u s e d f o r n e t w o r k s t h a t h a v e s e p a r a t e t r a n s m it r e c e iv e r e q u ir e m e n t s o r t h a t s e n d d u p lic a t e s ig n a ls d o w n 2 c a b le s t o c h e c k f o r d a t a c o r r u p t io n . ii C O N N E C T I V I T Y Coax cable - A single conductor surrounded by a plastic material, a shield, and an outside coating. Fiber Optic Cable - A thin glass or plastic tube used to conduct light signals. Air - No physical wires. 3) Physical Signaling - The signal level and type used to get the 1s and 0s down the network. Examples include: Voltage level - Different voltage levels mean a 1 or a 0 (i.e. +12V=1, -12V=0) Impedance - Different impedances signify 1 or 0. Frequency - Different frequency levels (FSK- FM radio is an example) or amplitudes of the frequency(ASK- AM radio) mean 1 or 0. Light - Presence or absence of light mean a 1 or 0. The physical spec contributes to cost, how many devices are supported on the network, the distance the network will cover, the reliability of the data, and the availability of the data. A point to point network, over existing spare telephone lines, using voltage signals may be inexpensive for data from one device, but is expensive if you communicate to more than one device (one wire to each device) and the data is not very reliable as electrical noise can corrupt the data

easily. A bus network, using twisted shielded pair with FSK signaling is slightly more expensive than existing cables, but it can support lots of devices and data reliability is very good (FSK signals are more immune to electrical noise). Protocol Now that the data can get from one place to another, we have to define a format such that the both ends of the network understand what the various combinations of 1s and 0s mean - that is the networks protocol. The protocol consists of: 1) Access method or bus arbitration - who decides when a device sends data. There are several types of networks: Master - slave A single device (i.e. a personal computer) controls and manages the communications on the network. It asks for information from devices (slaves) on its network and gives information to the slaves. Peer to peer Each of the devices on a network can talk on the network, unsolicited, directly to any other device on the network. The communication is managed in a couple of ways. One method is a token, or permission to speak, is passed around the network to each device in turn. It tells what it has to say and asks what it needs to know, then passes the token to the next device. Another method is multiple access, collision detection. In that method, a given device checks for network activity if it needs information or needs to send information. If no one else is talking, it starts. If another device is talking, it waits until the first device is done. If two devices talk at once, both devices realize it, stop talking, each wait a predetermined amount of time before starting again. Each device on the network has a different amount of wait time, depending on its priority and the amount of time since it last spoke. 2) Message Structure - What size, how messages are organized, and what messages mean. Each 1 or a 0 is a single bit. A message can consist of any number of bits. The position of the bit as well as its value (0,1) is important and defined by the protocol. Messages contain overhead, information necessary to determine where the message came from, the type of message it is, the device address, error detection, and start/stop designation, in addition to the data that is being transferred. The amount of overhead varies by protocol and has a significant impact on the through put of a network (i.e. a protocol that defines a 25 bit message that requires 1 start, 1 stop bit, a 5 bit address, 5 bits error detection, 1 bit for data message indication, leaves only 12 bits for data. To transfer 96 bits of data, requires 200 bits to be transmitted.). 3) Baud Rate - How fast data is transmitted, usually designated in bits per second (i.e. 9600 baud = 9600 bits per second or approx. 0.02 seconds to transmit 200 bits). To make communications work for you, you have to define the sensor, the physical characteristics of the communication network, the protocol that the network will use, and write software to interpret the data once it gets where it is going. Even though the physical specification is identical, two devices may not talk because of different iii C O N N E C T I V I T Y protocols. An analogy is a boss describing how he would like something accomplished to a group of employees (bus communication (topology), over air (media), using sound (signal characteristics)). If the boss speaks a different language (message structure) than the workers understand (German vs. English), no communication will take place. Protocol typically affects throughput of a network and its connectivity. Answers to Some Commonly Asked Questions Why not develop one physical layer and protocol that all companies will use for communications? Efforts have been made to standardize communications since the early 1970s. Most end user customers want that and C-H as a company supports that philosophy. The issue is however that no communication specification meets all application needs and as a result, agreement on that one protocol/physical characteristic has been illusive. Some of the selection characteristics for a network are as follows: # of devices supported Length and flexibility of data line routing Noise immunity Throughput of data vs. data requirements Data structure (small, medium, or large data messages) Electrical isolation/withstand Connectivity (the ability for one system or network to talk to another) Installed cost Eventually, there will probably be multiple lower level networks in a plant, all doing what they do best for their application, with a gateway (a method of connecting different networks together) to other networks that need to access its information (i.e. the Modbus gateway for Series III or PowerNet). What is an open protocol vs. a proprietary protocol? A proprietary protocol is one in which a company elects to keep its protocol and physical characteristics secret and to maintain control of all interfaces. Open systems are a matter of degrees. On one end of the spectrum, a company may develop gateways to its system. On the other end, a protocol/physical layer is made available to everyone, hardware can be manufactured by anyone, and the protocol characteristics are such that each companys products will communicate exactly like any others. INCOM is an open protocol in that the protocol is published, support software is given to third party companies to develop both hardware and software interfaces. The physical layer is less open, in that communication chip availability is controlled by C-H. However, that chip is sold to third parties, and communication card interfaces are available. Device Net is open from a protocol standpoint and more open from a physical layer, in that the chip is sold by multiple vendors. What are some communication standards sanctioned by independent governing bodies? Currently, there are no standards groups that sanction both the physical and protocol specifications. IEEE has developed several physical layer standards - RS 232, RS 422, RS 485. Note that since the protocol has not been standardized, almost all manufacturers that have implemented one of those standards have developed their own protocol - therefore none truly communicate with each other. IEC, NEMA, IEEE, ISA, etc. are all investigating standards for both physical & protocols, but are far away from sanctioning any one protocol and physical standard. What affects throughput? Throughput is affected by both physical and protocol characteristics. The number of devices talked to, the media/physical signal used (light travels faster than electrical impulses), the bus arbitration method (master slave/peer to peer), the amount of data each device sends back, the amount of useful data sent back (i.e. if all you want is energy, but you have to get all information, a lot more bits will be sent), and the baud rate all determine throughput. In addition, noise immunity is affected. Typically, the higher the baud rate, the lower the noise immunity for a give number of devices and distance. iv C O N N E C T I V I T Y What affects noise immunity? Typically the selection of physical signaling, type of wire, and baud rate, affects noise-withstand in that order. Light over fiber cable or frequency shift keying (FSK) are the most noise immune. Typically, the lower the baud rate, the better the noise rejection. Error detection just allows you to live with a noisy communication by rejecting the message, and asking for a new transmission (slowing down throughput). What are the physical & protocol layers of Series III and PowerNet? Series III and PowerNet were developed for communications in an electrical distribution system. The application is primarily monitoring, with some low to moderate speed control (shedding breakers in demand applications, etc.) The application typically is somewhat price sensitive, requires large numbers of devices to be monitored (average 300 devices), is very distributed, and is subject to extreme electromagnetic interference. Series III and PowerNet use the INCOM physical & protocol layers (a development of the former Westinghouse R&D group). They use a bus topology over a twisted shielded pair of wires using frequency (FSK) signaling method. This physical layer was chosen to keep installed cost low by connecting up to 1000 devices on a bus, allowing that cable to be run in conduit with or next to power cables with effective noise immunity, and allowing up to 10,000 feet of cable. The message structure is also extremely efficient in an effort to keep throughput high at 9600 Baud. Each data message consists only of data asked for, minimizing the number of bits required to be transmitted and maximizing throughput. Must I do anything when bringing INCOM cable into a building? A cable act s as an antenna picking up voltages and currents that were not transmitted at the source. The ability of a receiver to distinguish transmitted data from these extraneous signals is a measure of the noise immunity of the system. Sometimes the magnitude of the extraneous signal overwhelms the receiver and can cause damage. Also the National Electric Code Article 800 Communications Circuits requires, with few exceptions, surge protection on any conductor entering a building. Note that Article 800 also requires that the communication circuit be fused to a level below that of the cable. Cutler-Hammer recommends a surge suppressor from Phoenix Contact. The unit is made up of a base unit into which a plug-in surge suppression module is placed: Base UFBK-2PE24DC-BE Plug UFBK-2PE24DC-ST These Phoenix catalog numbers are being replaced as of 4/99. The new Phoenix catalog numbers are: Universal base - UFBK BE (order number 2783095) Compact plug - UFBK-M2PE24DC-ST (order number 2817055)

v C O N N E C T I V I T Y SECTION 1 BASE SYSTEM Configuration Application Supports Base System: CONI Card and Twisted Shielded Pair Remote monitoring and control of Electrical Distribution Equipment from a single computer All CH Devices . W IQ En ergy Sent inel PONI Valu es kA incom inco m in e s High Load Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Reset Peak - MW Present - MW E nergy - kWH IA IB IC IG Ce ll No. Step TR ND Digit rip RMS Rat in g Pl ug Long Delay Settin g Long Delay Time - Sec. .5 S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -10 Previous Lev el F2 F3 F4 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Trip RES Alarm AMPERES EVNT HARM DEMD F1 Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Breaker Trips Test Amps 6T 2 Short Delay Time - Sec. C Test .4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec.

Inst. Function Value H ome Mode Prot ect ion Step Up Up Program Down Set Points Step Down HELP Pr ogram Unit Status Inst. Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Tr ip Test 3 .2 Gnd W RES Reset 372.81 371.25 373.47 B attery Check Short Delay Pickup Gnd. Fault Pickup na lD ata L Cat. Fr ame Rating 40-60 Hz Only 10 PONI Normal Event Relay Program W 2.425 Westin ghouse Dig ital Protection Digitrip RMS 810 St ep Help Energy Sentinel itio W IQ E n erg y S en tin el Ad d IMPCABLE PONI Values kA incom High Load

COMPUTER with CONI, SERIES III or COMPUTER with CONI, POWERNET and WINDOWS NT Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Reset Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH IA IB IC IG Cell No. Digitrip RMS 810 Step TRND Digitrip RMS Rating Plug Long Delay Setting .5 Long Delay Time - Sec. Cat. Frame Rating Breaker Trips Test Amps 6T Short Delay Time - Sec. .4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Inst. 3 .2 Inst. Test 372.81 371.25 373.47 F1 F2 F3 F4 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Trip RES Alarm AMPERES EVNT HARM DEMD Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Function Value Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Home Mode Protection Step Up Up Program Down Set Points

Step Down HELP Trip Test Unit Status Digitrip 810 W Previous Level W RES Reset Battery Check 2 C Gnd S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -10 40- 60 Hz Only 10 Short Delay Pickup Gnd. Fault Pickup PONI Normal Event Relay Program W 2.425 Westinghouse Digital Protection Program Help IQ Analyzer Step IQ 1000 II IQ Energy S ent in el CH DEVICES PONI Values kA in com incom High Load W estinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Reset Peak - MW Present - MW E nergy - kWH IA IB IC IG Cell No. Digitr ip RMS 810 Step TRND Digitrip RMS Rat ing Plug Long Delay Long Dela y Settin g Time - Sec. .5

Cat. Fr ame Rating 2 C Breaker Trips Test Amps 6T Short Delay Time - Sec. .4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. In st. 3 .2 Specifications Status 6/96 Contact Application Note Prev ious Leve l W RES Reset 372.81 371.25 373.47 F2 F3 F4 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Trip RES Alarm AMPERES EVNT HARM DEMD F1 Function Value Home Battery Check Short Delay Pickup Gnd. Fault Pickup Gnd S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 - 10 40-60 HzOnly 10 PONI Normal Event Relay Program W 2.425 Westinghouse Digital Protection Inst. Test Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom

Mode Protection Program D own Set Points Step Down HELP Trip Test Unit Sta tus Step Up Up Pr ogram Help Step Up to 1,000 devices are supported. Devices are daisy chained back to the CONI card using twisted shielded pair. Twisted shielded pair cable is IMPCABLE or any cable in the Belden 9463 family. Up to 5 data lines may be starred from the computer. An unlimited number of taps, up to 200 ft. in length, may branch from the 5 main runs. Each tap can support up to 64 devices. The maximum length of cable on any two main runs, including taps, is 10,000 feet following the wiring guidelines defined in the Wiring Specification TD 17513. Tested Advanced Products Support Center 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 Wiring Specification - TD 17513 1-1 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Configuration Application Base System: CONI Card and Twisted Shielded Pair Remote monitoring and control of Electrical Distribution Equipment from a single computer . Bill of Material and Config. Material Document Settings CONI-3 IL 17551 Address 300, IRQ 5, Mode 1 (Series-III), Mode 2 (PowerNet), BAUD 9600. (See appendix B-3 and B-4 for dip switches settings) To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, Interface Adapter Assy. Cat. Num. 8793C85G01. See appendix A-5, for configuration. To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, TYPE IMPCABLE or 9463 family. TD 17513 --- To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, RJ11 Cable. --- RJ11, less than 50 feet. See appendix A-5 for configuration. CH devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II, use BPONI in std. Mode) PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 500 MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For Series-III 16 MB RAM memory min., 32 MB recommended . For PowerNet 64 MB RAM memory min., 128 MB recommended. --- --- --2091A90G01 -------

--Cat. Num: PNEG or PNED (no graphics) ------- Software Windows 95, 3.11, or 98 Series III OR Windows NT PowerNet 1-2 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Configuration Application Supports BASE SYSTEM: CONI Card and/or MINT Remote monitoring and control of Electrical Distribution Equipment from a single terminal with long data line runs. System allows for utilization of existing spare cable. For different kinds of Remote Communications All CH Devices with modems, line drivers, or fiber optic, see Section 2 MINT Up to 5 data lines RS-232 IQ Ener gy Sentinel Energy Sentinel W To Serial Port IQ Energ y S entine l PONI IMPCABLE Up to 5 data lines To CONI Values kA incom High Load Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Reset Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH IA IB IC IG Cell No. Digitrip RMS 810 PONI Step TRND Digitrip RMS Rating Plug Values Westinghouse Digital Protection kA incom Digitrip RMS 810 High Load IA= IB= IC= Step TRND Digitrip RMS Rating Plug

Long Delay Setting .5 Long Delay Time - Sec. Cat. Frame Rating Breaker Trips Test Amps 6T 2 Short Delay Time - Sec. C .4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Inst. 3 .2 Gnd Specifications Status 6/96 Contact Application Note AMPERES EVNT HARM Long Delay Setting W RES Reset 372.81 371.25 373.47 .5 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Trip RES Long Delay Time - Sec. F1 F2 F3 6T .4 Function DEMD F4 Breaker Trips Test Amps Short Delay Time - Sec. C Alarm Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Value Home Gnd Previous Level 372.81 371.25 373.47 AMPERES EVNT HARM F1 F2 F3 Trip

RES Alarm Function DEMD F4 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Value Home Batte ry Check 2 Inst. 3 .2 Previous Level 40-60 Hz Only 10 Short Delay Pickup Gnd. Fault Pickup S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -10 W RES Reset Inst. Test Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Mode Protection Program Down Set Points Step Down HELP Trip Test Unit Status Step Up Up Program Help Step Batt ery Check Short Delay Pickup Gnd. Fault Pickup S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -10 40-60 Hz Only 10 Normal Event Relay Program W Westinghouse IQ Analyzer

Reset Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH IA IB IC IG Cell No . Cat. Frame Rating PONI Normal Event Relay Program W 2.425 Westinghouse Digital Protection PONI 2.425 COMPUTER with CONI, SERIES III, & 1 or more Serial Ports or COMPUTER with CONI, POWERNET, WINDOWS NT and 1 or more Serial Digitrip 810 Ports Energy Sentinel W Inst. Test Trip Test Unit Status Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Program Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Mode Protection Step Up Up Program Down Set Points Step Down HELP Help IQ Analyzer Step IQ 1000 II Digitrip 810 IQ Analyzer IQ 1000 II CH DEVICES CH DEVICES Up to 1000 devices are supported. Two serial connections are supported by Series III and POWERNET. The addition of a Digiboard allows up to 16 serial connections for Series III and 32 for POWERNET, (please see page1-6 for details). A simple connection between the computer and MINT is done with RS232 cable and has a distance limitation of 50 feet. This distance limitation can be significantly increased through the introduction of line drivers or modems, (please see section 2 for more details). Devices are daisy chained back to CONI or MINT using twisted shielded pair. The twisted shielded pair cable must be IMPCABLE or any cable in the Belden 9463 family. Up to 5 data lines may be starred from each master (CONI or MINT). An unlimited number of taps, up to 200 ft. in length, may branch from the 5 main runs. Each tap can support up to 64 devices.

For each master (CONI or MINT) the maximum length of cable on any two main runs, including taps, is 10,000 feet following the wiring guidelines defined in the Wiring Specification TD 17513. For radio applications, ferrite suppression core assemblies must be used on all lines connecting to MINT (RS-232, power and INCOM). See pages 2-12, 3-14 for more information For radio applications, PowerNet DeviceServer and MINTs with 4/99 firmware or later must be used. Not recommended with Series III. Tested Advanced Products Support Center 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 Wiring Specification - TD 17513 1-3 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Configuration Application Base System: CONI Card and/or MINT Remote monitoring and control of Electrical Distribution Equipment from a single computer . Bill of Material and Config. Material Document Settings MINT II IL 17466 N, 8, 1, No Ack/Nack, BAUD 9600. (See appendix B-1 for dip switch settings) To connect the MINT to the serial port of a PC, RS-232 Printer Cable, DB25M/DB9F Black Box Cat. BC00301 The MINT can be connected to a Line Driver, Fiber Optic Fiber or Modem (less than 50 feet). For remote communication, see section 2. For pin configuration, see appendix A-1 CONI-3 IL 17551 Address 300, IRQ 5, Mode 1 (Series-III), Mode 2 (PowerNet), BAUD 9600 (See appendix B-3, and B-4 for dip switches settings) To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, Interface Adapter Assy., Cat. Num. 8793C85G01. See appendix A-5, for configuration. To connect the Devices,Twisted Pair of Cable, Type IMPCABLE or 9463 family. TD 17513 --- To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, RJ11 Cable. --- RJ11, less than 50 feet. See appendix A-5 for configuration. CH devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II, use BPONI in std. Mode) 1-4 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material Document Settings PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 500 MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For Series-III 16 MB RAM memory min., 32 MB recommended . For PowerNet 64 MB RAM memory min., 128 MB recommended. --- Comport 1: IRQ 4, Base Address 3F8 (hex) Comport 2: IRQ 3, Base Address 2F8 (hex) Series-III does not share interrupts. Thus delete any device (e.j. modem) on the comport to be used.

--2091A90G01 ------- Software Windows 95, 3.11, or 98 Series III OR Windows NT PowerNet --Cat. Num: PNEG or PNED (no graphics) ------- 1-5 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Base System: Digiboard Application Configuration Remote monitoring and control of Electrical Distribution Equipment from a single terminal with up to 16 long data line runs for Series III and 32 for PowerNet. System allows for utilization of existing spare cable. For different kinds of All CH Devices Remote Communications with modems, line drivers, or fiber optic, see Section 2 MINT LD MINT Application Supports W IQ E ner gy S en tinel W IQ E nerg y S e ntine l PONI Values kA IA IB IC IG incom incom Cell No. High Load We stinghous e IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Rese t Peak - MW Prese nt - MW Energy - kWH St ep TRND Digit rip RMS Rat in g Pl ug Long Delay Long Delay Setting T ime - Sec. .5 PONI Valu es 2.425 West ingho use Digita l P rote ction kA incom incom H igh Lo ad Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Res et P eak - MW Present - MW En ergy - k WH

IA IB IC IG C ell No . Digitrip R MS 81 0 St ep TR ND Digitrip RMS Rating Plug L ong De lay Setting L ong De lay Time - Sec. Ca t. S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -10 40 -60 Hz O nly 10 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Trip LD RES Alarm Function Value Prev ious L evel F1 F2 F3 C urrent Voltage Power (Watt s) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Bre aker Trips Test A mp s 6T 2 S hor t De lay Time - Sec . C Te st .4 Gnd. Fau lt Time - S ec. Inst. .2 Set Points Step Down bo gi Di .5 Cat. Fram e Ra tin g S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1-8 M 2 -10 40-6 0 Hz O nly 10 P revi ou s Level Pre vious Le vel F1 F2 Test Trip Test Unit

Stat us Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy F3 F4 Program Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Trip RES Alarm Value Home Mode Protection Step Up Up Program Down Set Points Step Down HELP He lp Step F1 F2 F3 Trip LD RES Alarm Function CH DEVICES LD Value LD Home F4 Batt ery C heck C urrent Voltage Power (Watts) P ower (Vars) Power (VA) Energy B rea ker Tri ps Test Amps 6T Sho rt D el ay Pick up 2 S hort De lay Ti me - Sec . C Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II e TRN D Digit rip RM S Ratin g P lug Lo ng Delay Se ttin g L ong D ela y Time - Sec . Gnd . Faul t Pick up Tes t

.4 Gnd. Fa ult Time - Sec . In st. .2 Gnd MINT W RE S Reset 372.81 371.25 373.47 A MPER ES EVNT HARM D EMD bl Ca IA= IB= IC= Step d ar W estinghouse IQ Analyzer R ese t Pe ak - M W Pre sen t - MW Ene rg y - kWH PONI Norma l Event Relay Pro gra m W 2.425 kA High L oad Optional Line Driver (or Modem) Step To PONI Valu es IA IB IC IG Ce ll No . 3 Inst. Program HELP Help P r ogram Unit Sta tus IQ E n erg y S e nt in el inc incom om Inst . .2 Step Up Down Tr ip Te st 3 Inst. Mode Protection Up

W Westinghouse Digital Protection .4 Gnd. Fau lt Time - Sec. Gnd Home F4 Demand Powe r Fa ctor Frequency % THD Distortion Fact or Cust om INCOM DEVICES D igitrip RM S8 10 S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -1 0 Breaker Trips Test A mps 6T Short Delay Time - Sec. Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Function D EMD Ba ttery Ch eck 2 C Batter yC heck Sho rt D elay Pickup Gn d W Re set 372.81 371.25 373.47 AM PER ES E VNT H AR M DEMD Cat . Fra me Rat ing Short Delay Pickup Gnd. F ault Pickup W R ES Re set 372.81 371.25 373.47 AM PER ES EVNT HARM S1 - 7 Fra me Rat ing .5 Gnd. Fau lt Pic kup RES 40-60 H z On ly 10 PO NI N ormal E ven t R ela y P rog ram W PONI

No rma l Event Re lay Pro gra m W 2.425 Wes tinghouse Digit al Prote ction Dig itrip RMS 810 Mode Demand Power Factor Freq uency % T HD Dist ortion Factor Custom Step Up Protection Up Program Do wn Set Points Step Dow n HELP Trip Test 3 Inst. He lp P rogram U nit S tat us Step LD INCOM DEVICES IMPCABLE W IQ Ene rgy Se ntin el To CONI LD W PONI IQ E ne rgy S e ntine l MINT PONI Va lues kA i ncom nc om H igh Lo ad Westinghouse IQ Analyz er IA= IB= IC= R ese t Pe ak - MW Pre se nt - MW Ene rgy - k WH IA IB IC IG Cel l No. Ste p TRND Digitrip RMS Rating Pl ug Long De lay Se ttin g Lo ng De lay Ti me - S ec. .5 C at.

Fr a me Ra tin g Pre vious Level W RE S Re set 372.81 371.25 373.47 F2 F3 F4 Trip RES Alarm AMPER ES EVNT HARM D EMD F1 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Function Value Home Batter y Che ck B rea ker Tri ps Test Amps 6T 2 Sh ort De lay Tim e - Se c. C .4 Gnd. Fau lt Time - S ec. I nst . 3 .2 Gnd S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 - 1 0 40 -60 Hz Only 10 Sh ort De lay Pic kup Gnd . Fa ult P ick up PONI Normal Event Relay Program W 2.425 Westingh ouse Digital Protection D igit rip RM S 810 LD Ins t. Tes t Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy D emand Power Fact or F requency % THD Distortion F actor C ustom Mode Protection

Step Up Up Down Program Set Points Step Down HELP Trip Test U nit S ta tus Pr ogram Help Step INCOM DEVICES Specifications Status 6/96 Contact Application Note RS-232 Values COMPUTER with SERIES III, (or POWERNET with WINDOWS NT), CONI, and DIGIBOARD kA incom Cell No. Digitrip RMS 810 High Load Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Reset Peak - M W Present - MW Energy - kWH IA IB IC IG Step TRND Digitrip RMS Rating Pl ug Long Delay Long Delay Setting Time - Sec. .5 Cat. Fra me R atin g 2 C Br eaker Trips Test Amps 6T Short Delay Time - Sec. .4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Inst. 3 .2 Gnd Previous Level R ES Reset 372.81 371.25 373.47 F2 F3

F4 Trip RES Alarm AMPERES EVNT HARM DEMD F1 W Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Fu nction Value Home Batt ery C heck Short Delay Pickup Gnd. Fault Pic kup S 1 -7 S 2 -8 M1 - 8 M2 -10 40-6 0 H z Only 10 PONI Normal Event Relay Program W 2.425 Westinghouse Digital Protection Inst. Test Trip Test Unit Status Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Demand Power F actor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Mode Protection Step Up Up Program Down Set Points Step Down HELP Program Hel p Step CH DEVICES Up to 1000 devices are supported (PowerNet 2000) For Series-III, the Digiboard allows up to 16 serial connections in addition to the one connection to the CONI. (Digiboards are sold to support 4 or 8 connections and 2 Digiboards can be placed in the PC.) For PowerNet, the Digiboard allows up to 32 serial connections in addition to up to 5 CONIs. (Digiboards are sold to support 4, 8, or 16, connections and 2 Digiboards can be placed in the PC.) A simple connection between the computer and a MINT is done with RS232 cable and has a distance limitation of 50 feet. This distance limitation can be significantly increased through the introduction of line drivers or modems, (please see Section 2 for more details). Devices are daisy chained back to CONI or MINT using twisted shielded pair. The twisted shielded pair cable must be IMPCABLE or any cable in the Belden 9463 family. Up to 5 data lines may be starred from each master (CONI or MINT). An unlimited number of taps, up to 200 ft. in length, may branch from the 5 main runs. Each tap can support up to 64 devices. For each master (CONI or MINT) the maximum length of cable on any two main runs, including taps, is 10,000 feet per the wiring guidelines defined in the Wiring Specification TD 17513. Tested Power Management Application Support

800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 Wiring Specification - TD 17513 1-6 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Configuration Application Base System: Digiboard Application Remote monitoring and control of Electrical Distribution Equipment from a single computer . Bill of Material and Config. Material Document Settings Digiboard: ClassicBoard 4 16654 ClassicBoard 8 16654 ClassicBoard 16 16654 RJ45 Box (only PowerNet Software) Part Number: 77000435 77000434 70001146 --- Digiboard cable (included with the Digiboard) ----- ----- MINT II IL 17466 N, 8, 1, No Ack/Nack, BAUD 9600. (See appendix B-1 for dip switch settings) To connect the MINT to Digiboard, RS-232 Null-Modem Cable, 25M/ 25M Black Box Cat. EYN250-0010 The MINT can be connected to a Line Driver, Fiber Optic Fiber or Modem (less than 50 feet). For remote communication, see section 2. For pin configuration, see appendix A-2. CONI-3 IL 17551 Address 300, IRQ 5, Mode 1 (Series-III), Mode 2 (PowerNet), BAUD 9600. (See appendix B-3 and B-4, for dip switches settings) To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, Interface Adapter Assy. Cat. Num. 8793C85G01 See appendix A-5, for configuration. To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, Type IMPCABLE or 9463 family TD 17513 --- To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables RJ11 Cable. --- RJ11, less than 50 feet. See appendix A-5 for configuration. CH devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II use BPONI in std. Mode) 1-7 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material Document Settings PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 500 MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For Series-III 16 MB RAM memory

min., 32 MB recommended . For PowerNet 64 MB RAM memory min., 128 MB recommended. --- Comport 1: IRQ 4, Base Address 3F8 (hex) Comport 2: IRQ 3, Base Address 2F8 (hex) Series-III does not share interrupts. Thus delete any device (e.j. modem) on the comport to be used. --2091A90G01 ------- Software Windows 95, 3.11, or 98 Series III OR Windows NT PowerNet --Cat. Num: PNEG or PNED (no graphics) ------- 1-8 C O N N E C T I V I T Y SECTION 2 REMOTE COMMUNICATION TO INCOM DEVICES Application: Basics Remote communication of CH devices to a PC for Monitoring and Controlling. For communicating with our devices from a distance we usually use : Line Driver Dedicated (non-dial tone) Phone Line connection Fiber Optic Drivers Lease Line Modem Modem (Dial Type Telephone Line) Radio modems Architecture The Basic Architecture can be: COMPUTER - DRIVER - MEDIA -DRIVER - MINT - CH DEVICES Or COMPUTER - DRIVER - MEDIA DRIVER - CH DEVICES DRIVER - CH DEVICES DRIVER - CH DEVICES On the next pages, we can see some diagrams that shows these. 2-1 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Remote communication for CH devices Configuration Application Supports Base System for Remote communication Remote monitoring and control of Electrical Distribution Equipment from a single terminal located in a different place than the devices. All CH Devices Energy Sentinel IMPCABLE W IQ E n erg y S e ntin e l MEDIA DRIVER DRIVER MINT PONI Values COMPUTER WITH SERIES III or POWERNET with WINDOWS NT RS 232 DB25M/DB9F Black Box BC00301 RS 232 DB25M/DB25M Black Box EYN250-0010 kA incom High Load Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC=

Reset Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH IA IB IC IG Cell No. Digitrip RMS 810 Step TRND Digitrip RMS Rating Plug Long Delay Long Delay Setting Time - Sec. .5 Cat. F rame Rat ing 40-60 Hz Only 10 Breaker Trips Test Amps 6T 2 Short Delay Time - Sec. C .4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Inst. 3 .2 Gnd Previous Level W RES Reset 372.81 371.25 373.47 Trip F2 F3 F4 RES Alarm AMPERES EVNT HARM DEMD F1 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Function Value Home Battery Check Short Delay Pickup Gnd. Fault Pickup S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -10 PONI Normal Event Relay Program W 2.425

Westinghouse Digital Protection Inst. Test Trip Test Unit Status Digitrip 810 Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Mode Protection Step Up Up Program Down Set Points Step Down HELP Program Step Help IQ Analyzer IQ 1000 II CH DEVICES Where: 1.- The DRIVER can be LINE DRIVERS which use 2 or 4 twisted pair telephone cable (MEDIA). Wire gauge and number of wires determine the distance between line drivers and baud rate. Up to 20 miles may be covered. 2.- The DRIVER can be FIBER OPTIC DRIVERS which use fiber optic cable (MEDIA), up to 2.2 miles between drivers. 3.- The DRIVER can be LEASE LINE MODEM (contact the Phone Co.) which use a lease telephone line (MEDIA). The distance in this case is unlimited. 4.- The driver can be MODEMS which use a dial type telephone line (MEDIA). These are used where lease line modems and phone lines are not available or for temporary monitoring from one central location. The distance is unlimited. 5. The driver can be a RADIO MODEM which uses line-of-sight radio communication. 2-2 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connection Dedicated Phone Line Fiber Leased Phone Line Dial Type Phone Line Radio Modem Via Line Drivers & 2 or 4 wire metallic phone line Fiber Line Driver & Fiber Optic Cable Leased Line Modem & a Leased Telephone Line Modem & Dial Type Telephone Line 900 MHz or 2.4 GHz Spread Spectrum Radio Distance 4.3 miles 2.2 miles Unlimited Unlimited 0.25-10 miles 1.- The DRIVER can be LINE DRIVERS which use 2 or 4 twisted pair telephone cable (MEDIA). Wire gauge and number of wires determine the distance between line drivers and baud rate. Up to 4.3 miles may be covered. 2.- The DRIVER can be FIBER OPTIC DRIVERS which use fiber optic cable (MEDIA), up to 2.2 miles between drivers. 3.- The DRIVER can be LEASE LINE MODEM (contact the Phone Co.) which use a lease telephone line (MEDIA). The distance in this case is unlimited. 4.- The driver can be MODEMS which use a dial type telephone line (MEDIA). These are used where lease line modems and phone lines are not available or for temporary monitoring from one central location. The distance is unlimited. 5. The Spread Spectrum radio modems use unlicensed frequencies in the 900 MHz and 2.4 GHz bands to achieve line-of-sight communications. The 900 MHz unit (MDS9810) from Adaptive Technologies (www.mdsroc.com) provide communication at 19.2 Kbps over as little as a few hundred feet (indoor with obstructions) to 10-20 miles outdoor with yagi antennas pointed toward each other with clear line-of-sight. In all cases: From the MINT to the CH devices standard Wiring Rules apply (TD 17513). Communication to each remote location requires a separate serial connection. Each connection requires one MINT and one driver at the remote location, and one driver within 50 feet of the computer. Two COM serial connections are supported by SERIES III and POWERNET. The addition of a Digiboard allows for up to 16 serial connections , 32 for POWERNET (with the exception of the DIAL TYPE TELEPHONE LINE). Contact Advanced Products Support Center 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814

2-3 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Configuration Application SERIAL CONNECTION: Dedicated Twisted Pair Line Connection Continuous monitoring and control of up to 16 for Series III separate sites from one central location (32 for PowerNet). Remote locations are located less than 4 miles from the monitoring computer. System allows for utilization of existing 2 or 4 wire metallic non-dial tone telephone lines. Bill of Material and Config. Material Document Settings MINT II IL 17466 N, 8, 1, No Ack/Nack, BAUD 9600 (See appendix B-1 for dip switch settings) To connect the LINE DRIVER to the serial port of a PC: RS-232 Printer Cable, DB25M/DB9F. Black Box Cat. BC00301 See appendix A-1 for pin configuration (less than 50 feet long). To connect the MINT to DRIVER: RS-232 Null-Modem Cable, DB25M/DB25M Black Box Cat. EYN250-0010 See appendix A-2 for pin configuration (less than 50 feet long). Line Drivers: 4 wires, 4 miles, at 19.2 Kbps 4 wires, 4 miles, at 115.2 Kbps 2 wires, 2 miles, at 19.2 Kbps Cat. Black Box: ME800A-R2. ME802A ME755A See appendix C for configuration information. 2 or 4 Twisted Pair Telephone Cable #24 AWG or Larger ------ To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, Type IMPCABLE or 9463 family. TD 17513 --- CH devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II, use BPONI in std. Mode) 2-4 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 500 MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For Series-III 16 MB RAM memory min., 32 MB recommended . For PowerNet 64 MB RAM memory min., 128 MB recommended. Document Settings --- Comport 1: IRQ 4, Base Address 3F8 (hex) Comport 2: IRQ 3, Base Address 2F8 (hex) Series-III does not share interrupts. Thus delete any device (e.j. modem) on the comport to be used. --2091A90G01 ------- Software Windows 95, 3.11, or 98 Series III OR Windows NT PowerNet

--Cat. Num: PNEG or PNED (no graphics) ------- 2-5 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Configuration Application SERIAL CONNECTION: Fiber Optic Connection Continuous monitoring and control of up to 16 separate sites from one central location (32 for PowerNet). Remote locations are located less than 2.2 miles from the monitoring computer. System allows for utilization of existing fiber optic cable. Bill of Material and Config. Material Document Settings MINT II IL 17466 N, 8, 1, No Ack/Nack, BAUD 9600 (See appendix B-1 for dip switch settings) To connect the FIBER OPTIC DRIVER to the serial port of a PC: RS-232 Printer Cable, DB25M/DB9F Black Box Cat. BC00301 See appendix A-1 for pin configuration (less than 50 feet long). To connect the MINT to FIBER OPTIC DRIVER: RS-232 NullModem Cable, DB25M/DB25M Black Box Cat. EYN250-0010 See appendix A-2 for pin configuration (less than 50 feet long). Fiber Optic Drivers Cat. Black Box: See appendix C for configuration MD940A-FST information. 62.5m Core / 125 m Cladding. DUPLEX MULT-MODE FIBER OPTIC DRIVER ME320A Fiber Optic Cable with Loose Buffer recommended for underground, suspended over-head, or other applications with wide temperature variations. Tight Buffer acceptable for another applications. ----- ------ To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, Type IMPCABLE or 9463 family TD 17513 --- CH devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II use BPONI in std. Mode) 2-6 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material Document Settings PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 500 MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For Series-III 16 MB RAM memory min., 32 MB recommended . For PowerNet 64 MB RAM memory min., 128 MB recommended. --- Comport 1: IRQ 4, Base Address 3F8 (hex) Comport 2: IRQ 3, Base Address 2F8 (hex) Series-III does not share interrupts. Thus delete any device (e.j. modem) on the comport to be used.

--2091A90G01 ------- Software Windows 95, 3.11, or 98 Series III OR Windows NT PowerNet --Cat. Num: PNEG or PNED (no graphics) ------- 2-7 C O N N E C T I V I T Y SERIAL CONNECTION: Lease Line Telephone Connection Configuration Application Continuous monitoring and control of up to 16 separate sites from one central location (32 for PowerNet) Remote locations are located greater than 4 miles from the monitoring computer. Bill of Material and Config. Material Document Settings MINT II IL 17466 N, 8, 1, No Ack/Nack, BAUD 9600. (See appendix B-1 for dip switch settings.) To connect the MODEM DRIVER to the serial port of a PC: RS232 Printer Cable, DB25M/DB9F Black Box Cat. BC00301 See appendix A-1 for pin configuration Less than 50 feet long). To connect the MINT to the MODEM DRIVER: RS-232 NullModem Cable, DB25M/DB25M. Black Box Cat. EYN250-0010 See appendix A-2 for pin configuration (less than 50 feet long). Lease Line Modem US-ROBOTICS V.EVERYTHING MODEM See appendix C for configuration information. Lease Line Telephone Line Contact Phone Co. ------ To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, Type IMPCABLE or 9463 family. TD 17513 --- CH devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II use BPONI in std. Mode) 2-8 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 500 MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For Series-III 16 MB RAM memory min., 32 MB recommended . For PowerNet 64 MB RAM memory min., 128 MB recommended. Document Settings --- Comport 1: IRQ 4, Base Address 3F8 (hex) Comport 2: IRQ 3, Base Address 2F8 (hex) Series-III does not share interrupts. Thus delete any device (e.j. modem) on the comport to be used. --2091A90G01

------- Software Windows 95, 3.11, or 98 Series III OR Windows NT PowerNet --Cat. Num: PNEG or PNED (no graphics) ------- 2-9 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Configuration Application SERIAL CONNECTION: Dial Up Phone Line Access Temporary monitoring of single or multiple sites from one central location. Remote locations are located greater than 4 miles from the monitoring computer. OR Continuous monitoring of up to 2 locations where lease line modem and dedicated phone lines are not available. Bill of Material and Config. Material Document Settings MINT II IL 17466 N, 8, 1, No Ack/Nack, BAUD 9600. (See appendix B-1 for dip switch settings.) To connect the MODEM to the serial port of a PC, RS-232 Printer Cable, DB25M/DB9F Black Box Cat. 001868-0 See appendix A-1 for pin configuration (less than 50 feet long). To connect the MINT to the MODEM: RS-232 Null-Modem Cable, DB25M/DB25M Black Box Cat. EYN250-0010 See appendix A-2 for pin configuration less than 50 feet long). Modems US-ROBOTICS SPORTSTER EXTERNAL MODEM, or US-ROBOTICS V.EVERYTHING MODEM See appendix C for configuration information. Dial-Up Telephone Line ----- ------ To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, Type IMPCABLE or 9463 family TD 17513 IMPCABLE or 9463 family CH devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II use BPONI in std. Mode) 2-10 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 500 MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For Series-III 16 MB RAM memory min., 32 MB recommended . For PowerNet 64 MB RAM memory min., 128 MB recommended. Document Settings --- Comport 1: IRQ 4, Base Address 3F8 (hex)

Comport 2: IRQ 3, Base Address 2F8 (hex) Series-III does not share interrupts. Thus delete any device (e.j. modem) on the comport to be used. Windows 95, 3.11, or 98 Series III --2091A90G01 ------- Terminal Dial-Up Program (Windows Terminal recommended) ---- ---- Software OR Windows NT PowerNet -----Cat. Num: PNEG or ---PNED (no graphics) Terminal Dial-Up Program (Windows Terminal recommended) ---- ---- 2-11 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Configuration Application SERIAL CONNECTION: Radio Modem Continuous monitoring and control of up to 1000 sites using PowerNet. (Radio modem applications are not recommended for Series III) System operates in a broadcast mode with one master and the balance of sites connected to MINTs in with the radio modem in slave mode. Bill of Material and Config. Material Document Settings MINT II IL 17466 N, 8, 1, No Ack/Nack, BAUD 9600. (See appendix B-1 for dip switch settings.) To connect the RADIO MODEM to the Serial Port of the PC: RS232 Printer Cable, DB25M/DB9F Black Box Cat. BC00301 See appendix A-1 for pin configuration Less than 50 feet long). To connect the Radio Modem Remote to the Mint: RS-232 Null-Modem Cable, DB25M/DB25M Radio Modem MICROWAVE DATA SYSTEM, mod. MDS9810 Black Box Cat. EYN250-0010 --- See appendix A-2 for pin configuration less than 50 feet long). Master, connected to the serial port of the PC): BAUD 9600, N, 8, 1, SIMPLEX: OFF, Hop Time: normal, Buffer Mode: 5EE, Add: 9106 Remote, connected to a MINT: BAUD rate 9600 BPS, 8,N,1, , Mode Remote, Add: 3634 Note: Must use 4/99 or later MINT firmware and PowerNet DeviceServer with XON/XOFF disabled. Do not use Series III. To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, Type IMPCABLE or 9463 family. TD 17513 --- CH devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II use BPONI in std. Mode) Ferrite Suppression Core Assemblies 0443167251B (for use with IMPCABLE) or 0443164251B

(for use with 9463, RS-232, power) www.fair-rite.com www.Newark.com Install on each line entering MINT (INCOM, RS-232 and power). See page 2-13 for alternate supplier Fair-Rite Newark Use 0443167251B 91F6477 IMPCABLE 0443164251B 91F6476 9463, power, RS-232 2-12 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material Document PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 500 MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For Series-III 16 MB RAM memory min., 32 MB recommended . For PowerNet 64 MB RAM memory min., 128 MB recommended. Settings --- Comport 1: IRQ 4, Base Address 3F8 (hex) Comport 2: IRQ 3, Base Address 2F8 (hex) Series-III does not share interrupts. Thus delete any device (e.j. modem) on the comport to be used. --2091A90G01 ------- Software Windows 95, 3.11, or 98 Series III OR Windows NT PowerNet --Cat. Num: PNEG or PNED (no graphics) ------- Ferrite EMI suppressors are also available from: Elna-Ferrite Technologies, Inc. 234 Tinker Street Woodstock, NY 12498 Attention: Gail Ouimet 800-553-2870 phone 914-679-7010 fax Order: Item Part No. 1 0443164251 2 0443167251 Qty. 5 5 Description Ferrite EMI suppressors (.705" X .275" X 1.272") Ferrite EMI suppressors (.870" X .402" X 1.272") 2-13 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Communication of CH devices to a single terminal from two or more remote different locations Remote communication from different locations to a PC Fiber Optic Driver as Repeaters Configuration Remote monitoring and control of Electrical Distribution Equipment located in different places from a single terminal. Application Supports All CH Devices IMPCABLE W IQ En ergy S en tinel FOMD MINT PONI Value s kA incom inco m Hig h L oad W esti nghouse

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Un it Sta tus In st. Step Up Up Down Trip Test 3 .2 Step CH DEVICES IMPCABLE Where: FOMD = Fiber Optic Multipoint Driver W R ES Re set 372.81 371.25 373.47 AMP ERES EVN T HARM DE MD Batter y Check Sh ort De lay Pic kup Gnd . Fault P ick up Gnd Normal Eve nt Relay Program W 2.425 Westin ghou se Digital Protection Digitri p R MS 81 0 PONI Fiber Optic Cable W IQ E ne rg y S en tine l PONI Values incom IA IB IC IG Cel l No. H igh Lo ad kA Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= R ese t P eak - MW Pr ese nt - M W En erg y - kWH Ste p TRND Digitrip RM SR ati ng Plu g Lo ng De lay L on g D ela y Settin g Tim e - Se c. .5 C at. F rame R ating 4 0-60 Hz Only 10

P revious L evel Shor t D ela y Time - S ec . Te st .4 Gn d. Fau lt Time - Se c. In st. .2 Gn d Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II F1 F2 F3 Trip RS-232 Black Box BC00301 RES Alarm AM PERES E VNT H AR M DEM D Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Breake r T rips Tes t A mps 6T 2 C FOMD W R ES R ese t 372.81 371.25 373.47 F unction Value Home F4 Batter y Che ck Sho rt Delay Pic kup Gn d. Fa ult Picku p S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -10 MINT PONI N orm al Even t R elay Prog ram W 2.425 Westingho use Digital P rotection Dig itrip RMS 810 3 In st. Mode Protection D emand Power Factor F requency

% THD Distortion F actor C ustom Step Up Up Program Dow n Set Points RS-232 Black Box EYN250-0010 Step D own HELP Trip Te st Step Help Program U nit Status CH DEVICES IMPCABLE IQ En erg y S ent inel To CONI FOMD W IQ E ne rgy S en tine l MINT PONI Values kA incom incom D igitrip RMS 8 10 H igh Load W estinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Res et Pe ak - MW Pr esent - MW En erg y - kWH IA IB IC IG Ce l No. Ste p TRN D Di gitrip RM S Rating Plu g Lo ng De lay L ong Delay Setting Time - Sec . .5 C at. F rame Ra ting S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -1 0 4 0-60 Hz Only 10 Breaker Trips Test Am ps 6T 2 Sh ort De lay Time - Sec. C Previ o us Lev el RES R eset

372.81 371.25 373.47 Trip F2 F3 F4 RES Alarm A MP ERES EVNT HA RM DEMD F1 W Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Function Value Home Batte ry Chec k Short De lay Picku p Gnd . Fa ult Pick up .4 Gnd . Fault Time - Sec . I nst. .2 Gnd 3 In st. Te st Curren t Voltag e Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Powe r (VA) Energ y Demand Power Factor Freque ncy % THD Distorti on Factor Custom Mode Protection Step Up Up Down Program Set Points HELP Trip Te st Uni t Sta tus P ro gram FOMD Help Step Down Fiber Optic Cable Step CH DEVICES Status 6/96 Contact Application Note PONI Values COMPUTER with SERIES III (or POWERNET with WINDOWS NT), with or without CONI, kA

IA IB IC IG incom incom Ce ll No. Digitrip RMS 810 High Load Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Reset Step TRND Digitrip RMS Rating Plug Long Delay Long Delay Settin g Time - Sec. .5 C at . Fra me Ra ti ng 10 2 C Previous Level W RES Reset 372.81 371.25 373.47 AMPERES EVNT HARM F1 F2 F3 Trip RES Alarm Function DEMD F4 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Val ue Home B at tery Ch eck Breaker Trips Tes t Amps Short Delay Pickup Gnd. Fault Pickup 6T Short Delay Time - Sec. .4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Inst. 3 .2 Gnd S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 - 10 4 0-60 Hz Only PONI

Normal Event Relay Progr am W 2.425 Westinghouse Digital Protection PONI No rmal Eve nt Re lay Pro gram W 2.425 Westin ghouse Digital P rotec tion W Inst. Test Trip Test Unit Status Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Demand Power F actor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Mo de Protection Step Up Up Program Down Set Points Step Down HELP Program Help Step CH DEVICES Tested Power Management Application Support 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 Wiring Specification - TD 17513 2-14 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Configuration Application REMOTE CONNECTION: Fiber Optic Connection as Repeaters Continuous monitoring and control of 2 or more separate sites from one central location. Remote locations are located less than 2.2 from each other. System allows for utilization of existing fiber optic cable. Bill of Material and Config. Material Document Settings MINT II IL 17466 N, 8, 1, No Ack/Nack, BAUD 9600 (See appendix B-1 for dip switch settings) To connect the FIBER OPTIC Black Box Cat. DRIVER to the serial port of a PC, RS- BC00301 232 Printer Cable, DB25M/DB9F See appendix A-1 for pin configuration (less than 50 feet long). To connect the MINT to FIBER OPTIC DRIVER, RS-232 NullModem Cable, DB25M/DB25M

Black Box Cat. EYN250-0010 See appendix A-2 for pin configuration (less than 50 feet long). Fiber Optic Multipoint Line Drivers Cat. Black Box: See appendix C for configuration ME540-A-ST, MULTIPONT, information 62.5m Core / 125 m Cladding. Fiber Optic Cable with Loose Buffer recommended for underground, suspended over-head, or other applications with wide temperature variations. Tight Buffer acceptable for another applications. ----- ----- To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, Type IMPCABLE or 9463 family TD 17513 --- CH Devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II use BPONI in std. Mode) 2-15 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material Document Settings PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 500 MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For Series-III 16 MB RAM memory min., 32 MB recommended . For PowerNet 64 MB RAM memory min., 128 MB recommended. --- Comport 1: IRQ 4, Base Address 3F8 (hex) Comport 2: IRQ 3, Base Address 2F8 (hex) Series-III does not share interrupts. Thus delete any device (e.j. modem) on the comport to be used. --2091A90G01 ------- Software Windows 95, 3.11, or 98 Series III OR Windows NT PowerNet --Cat. Num: PNEG or PNED (no graphics) ------- 2-16 C O N N E C T I V I T Y SECTION 3 MULTIPLE DISPLAY Remote communication between PCs with or without CH devices Remote communication between PCs (with or without CH Devices connected) for Monitoring and Controlling from distant PCs and/or on site. Application: Basics For communication between PCs, we have: Computer to Computer (Point to Point) Serial Connection Using Line-Drivers: RS-232 Cable COMPUTER Modem or Line Driver RS-232 Cable MEDIA Modem or Line Driver COMPUTER

With this scheme, we can transmit data between 2 PCs using the serial port trough different ways and distances. For example: Connection Dedicated Phone Line Fiber Leased Phone Line Dial Type Phone Line Via Line Drivers & 2 or 4 wire metallic phone line Fiber Line Driver & Fiber Optic Cable Leased Line Modem & a Leased Telephone Line Modem & Dial Type Telephone Line Distance 4.3 miles 2.2 miles Unlimited Unlimited 3-1 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Computer to Computer (Point to Point) Using Network Cards When we connects 2 PCs (both with Network cards) directly. That is, without Media Converters, we must use CROSS-OVER (CROSS PINNING) Cat. 5 10BaseT(UTP-Unshielded Twisted Pair), cable. The maximum distance is 328 feet (100m) Cross-Over Cable (Max. 328 feet) COMPUTER COMPUTER In order to increment the distance between the PCs we can use Media Converters. It converts between fiber and your 10BaseT RJ45 cables Straight 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet) COMPUTER Media Converter Straight 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet) MEDIA Media Converter COMPUTER 3-2 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Communication between Several Computers Networking Local Area Network (LAN) Several Computers, all with Network cards, on a Local Area Network (LAN) connected with HUBS (to connect HUB to HUB, one needs Cross-Over 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector), Maximum distance 328 feet. COMPUTER Straight 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet) COMPUTER HUB COMPUTER Straight 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet) HUB Cross-Over 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet) HUB COMPUTER 3-3 C O N N E C T I V I T Y In order to increment the distance between the Hubs, we can use Media Converters. That is a necessity because the maximum distance between a Hub and a PCs connected with cat. 5, Ethernet 10BaseT cable (UTP-Unshielded Twisted Pair), RJ45 Connector is 328 feet (100m) Cross-Over 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet) Straight 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet) COMPUTER HUB Media Converter Straight 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet)

COMPUTER MEDIA COMPUTER HUB Media Converter MEDIA Media Converter Cross-Over 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet) Media Converter HUB Cross-Over 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet) Media Converter Straight 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet) COMPUTER Media Converter RULES: There are some rules that one must follow to assure a good transmission of data between PCs. Some of them are: 1. Between 2 PCs, or nodes, (through any possible path) there must be a maximum of 4 repearters (or hubs) 2. Media converters count as 1/4 repeater. 3. No more than 3 populated cable segments. 4. If there is no media converters between HUBs, one must connect them with cross-over cable. 5. When using media converters, it is recommended to use Cross-Over Media Converters in order to eliminate the use of cross-over cables. 6. Between Hubs and PCs, one must use straight cable. Contact Advanced Products Support Center 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 3-4 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Configuration Application Supports MULTIPLE DISPLAY: Independent Control, Series III Interface SERIAL CONNECTION Independent monitoring and control done both on site and from a remote computer. Remote computer has Series III Interface with all logging, alarming, and trending capabilities. All CH Devices RS-232 DB25M/DB9F Black Box: BC00301 Modem or Line Driver RS-232 DB25M/DB9F Black Box: BC00301 Media IQ E ne rg y S e n tin e l Modem or Line Driver PONI Values COMPUTER WITH SERIES III COMPUTER WITH SERIES III with CONI or MINT with a serial port configured as Gateway MAIN Energy Sentinel W DEVICE kA incom High Load

Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Reset Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH IA IB IC IG Cell No. Digitrip RMS 810 Step TRND Digitrip RMS Rating Plug Long Delay Setting .5 Long Delay Time - Sec. Cat. Fr ame Rating 40-60 Hz Only 10 Breaker Trips Test Amps 6T 2 Short Delay Time - Sec. C .4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Inst. 3 .2 Gnd Previous Level 372.81 371.25 373.47 AMPERES EVNT HARM F1 W RES Reset F2 F3 Trip RES Alarm Function DEMD F4 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Value Home Battery Check Short Delay Pickup Gnd. Fault Pickup S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -10 PONI

Normal Event Relay Program W 2.425 Westinghouse Digital Protection Inst. Test Trip Test Unit Status Digitrip 810 Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Mode Protection Step Up Up Program Down Set Points Step Down HELP Program Help IQ Analyzer Step IQ 1000 II CH DEVICES Specifications MAIN computer supports 1000 devices and up to 16 DEVICE computers. From the DEVICE computer to all devices, standard Wiring rules apply (TD 17513). The computer labeled DEVICE is configured to use one of its serial ports as a gateway. The modem is attached to the serial port configured as a gateway. The computer labeled MAIN has a modem attached to one of its com ports. On the MAIN computer SERIES III is setup to look for a MINT on the com port with the modem attached. Distance between the Main and Device computers is dependent on the connection used: Connection Dedicated Phone Line Fiber Leased Phone Line Dial Type Phone Line Status 6/96 Contact Application Note Via Line Drivers & 2 or 4 wire metallic phone line Fiber Line Driver & Fiber Optic Cable Leased Line Modem & a Leased Telephone Line Modem & Dial Type Telephone Line Distance 4.3 miles 2.2 miles Unlimited Unlimited Tested Power Management Application Support 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 Wiring Specification - TD 17513 3-5 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Configuration Application MULTIPLE DISPLAY SERIAL CONNECTION: Dedicated Twisted Pair Line Connection Independent monitoring and control done both on site and from a remote computer. Remote computer has Series III Interface with all logging, alarming, and trending capabilities. Remote locations are located less than 4 miles. System allows for utilization of existing 2 or 4 wire metallic non-dial tone telephone lines. Bill of Material and Config. Material

Document Settings To connect the LINE DRIVER to the serial port of PCs: RS-232 Printer Cable, DB25M/DB9F. Black Box Cat. BC00301 See appendix A-1 for pin configuration (less than 50 feet long). Line Drivers: 4 wires, 4 miles, at 19.2 Kbps 4 wires, 4 miles, at 115.2 Kbps 2 wires, 2 miles, at 19.2 Kbps Cat. Black Box: ME800A-R2. ME802A ME755A See appendix C for configuration information. 2 or 4 Twisted Pair Telephone Cable #24 AWG or Larger ------ To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, Type IMPCABLE or 9463 family. TD 17513 --- CH Devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II, use BPONI in std. Mode) CONI-3 IL 17551 Address 300, IRQ 5, Mode 1 (Series-III), Mode 2 (PowerNet), BAUD 9600 (See appendix B-3, and B-4 for dip switches settings) To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, Interface Adapter Assy., Cat. Num. 8793C85G01. See appendix A-5, for configuration. To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, RJ11 Cable. --- RJ11, less than 50 feet. See appendix A-5 for configuration. 3-6 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 100MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For Series-III 16 MB RAM memory min., 32 MB recommended . Document Settings --- Comport 1: IRQ 4, Base Address 3F8 (hex) Comport 2: IRQ 3, Base Address 2F8 (hex) Series-III does not share interrupts. Thus delete any device (e.j. modem) on the comport to be used. --2091A90G01 ------- Software Windows 95, 3.11, or 98 Series III 3-7 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Configuration Application MULTIPLE DISPLAY SERIAL CONNECTION: Fiber Optic Connection Independent monitoring and control done both on site and from a remote computer. Remote computer has Series III Interface with all logging, alarming, and trending capabilities. Remote locations are located less than 2.2 miles. System allows for utilization of existing fiber optic cable.

Bill of Material and Config. Material Document Settings To connect the FIBER OPTIC DRIVER to the serial port of PCs: RS-232 Printer Cable, DB25M/DB9F Black Box Cat. BC00301 See appendix A-1 for pin configuration (less than 50 feet long). Fiber Optic Drivers Cat. Black Box: See appendix C for configuration MD940A-FST information. 62.5m Core / 125 m Cladding. DUPLEX MULT-MODE FIBER OPTIC DRIVER ME320A Fiber Optic Cable with Loose Buffer recommended for underground, suspended over-head, or other applications with wide temperature variations. Tight Buffer acceptable for another applications. ----- ------ To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, Type IMPCABLE or 9463 family TD 17513 --- CH Devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II use BPONI in std. Mode) CONI-3 IL 17551 Address 300, IRQ 5, Mode 1 (Series-III), Mode 2 (PowerNet), BAUD 9600 (See appendix B-3, and B-4 for dip switches settings) To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, Interface Adapter Assy., Cat. Num. 8793C85G01. See appendix A-5, for configuration. To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, RJ11 Cable. --- RJ11, less than 50 feet. See appendix A-5 for configuration. 3-8 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material Document Settings PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 100MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For Series-III 16 MB RAM memory min., 32 MB recommended . --- Comport 1: IRQ 4, Base Address 3F8 (hex) Comport 2: IRQ 3, Base Address 2F8 (hex) Series-III does not share interrupts. Thus delete any device (e.j. modem) on the comport to be used. --2091A90G01 ------- Software Windows 95, 3.11, or 98 Series III 3-9

C O N N E C T I V I T Y MULTIPLE DISPLAY SERIAL CONNECTION: Lease Line Telephone Connection Configuration Application Independent monitoring and control done both on site and from a remote computer. Remote computer has Series III Interface with all logging, alarming, and trending capabilities. Remote locations are located greater than 4 miles. Bill of Material and Config. Material Document Settings To connect the MODEM DRIVER to the serial port of PCs: RS-232 Printer Cable, DB25M/DB9F Black Box Cat. BC00301 See appendix A-1 for pin configuration Less than 50 feet long). Lease Line Modem US-ROBOTICS V.EVERYTHING MODEM See appendix C for configuration information. Lease Line Telephone Line Contact Phone Co. ------ To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, Type IMPCABLE or 9463 family. TD 17513 --- CH Devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II use BPONI in std. Mode) CONI-3 IL 17551 Address 300, IRQ 5, Mode 1 (Series-III), Mode 2 (PowerNet), BAUD 9600 (See appendix B-3, and B-4 for dip switches settings) To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, Interface Adapter Assy., Cat. Num. 8793C85G01. See appendix A-5, for configuration. To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, RJ11 Cable. --- RJ11, less than 50 feet. See appendix A-5 for configuration. 3-10 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 100MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For Series-III 16 MB RAM memory min., 32 MB recommended . Document Settings --- Comport 1: IRQ 4, Base Address 3F8 (hex) Comport 2: IRQ 3, Base Address 2F8 (hex) Series-III does not share interrupts. Thus delete any device (e.j. modem) on the comport to be used. --2091A90G01 ------- Software Windows 95, 3.11, or 98 Series III

3-11 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Configuration Application MULTIPLE DISPLAY SERIAL CONNECTION: Dial Up Phone Line Access Temporary Independent monitoring and control done both on site and from a remote computer. Remote computer has Series III Interface with all logging, alarming, and trending capabilities. Remote locations are located greater than 4 miles. OR Continuous monitoring of up to 2 locations where lease line modem and dedicated phone lines are not available. Bill of Material and Config. Material Document Settings To connect the MODEM to the serial port of PCs: RS-232 Printer Cable, DB25M/DB9F Black Box Cat. 001868-0 See appendix A-1 for pin configuration (less than 50 feet long). Modems US-ROBOTICS SPORTSTER EXTERNAL MODEM, or US-ROBOTICS V.EVERYTHING MODEM See appendix C for configuration information. Dial-Up Telephone Line ----- ------ To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, Type IMPCABLE or 9463 family TD 17513 IMPCABLE or 9463 family CH Devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II use BPONI in std. Mode) CONI-3 IL 17551 Address 300, IRQ 5, Mode 1 (Series-III), Mode 2 (PowerNet), BAUD 9600 (See appendix B-3, and B-4 for dip switches settings) To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, Interface Adapter Assy., Cat. Num. 8793C85G01. See appendix A-5, for configuration. To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, RJ11 Cable. --- RJ11, less than 50 feet. See appendix A-5 for configuration. 3-12 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 100MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For Series-III 16 MB RAM memory min., 32 MB recommended . Document Settings --- Comport 1: IRQ 4, Base Address 3F8 (hex) Comport 2: IRQ 3, Base Address 2F8 (hex) Series-III does not share interrupts. Thus delete any device (e.j. modem) on the comport to be used. Windows 95, 3.11, or 98

Series III --2091A90G01 ------- Terminal Dial-Up Program (Windows Terminal recommended) ---- ---- Software 3-13 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Configuration Application MULTIPLE DISPLAY SERIAL CONNECTION: Radio Modem Independent monitoring and control done both on site and from a remote computer. Remote computer has PowerNet software with all logging, alarming, and trending capabilities. Bill of Material and Config. Material Document Settings To connect the RADIO MODEM to the serial port of PCs: RS-232 Printer Cable, DB25M/DB9F Black Box Cat. BC00301 See appendix A-1 for pin configuration (less than 50 feet long). Radio Modem MICROWAVE DATA SYSTEM, mod. MDS9810 (www.mdsroc.com) --- Master, connected to the serial port of the PC): BAUD 9600, N, 8, 1, SIMPLEX: OFF, Hop Time: normal, Buffer Mode: 5EE, Add: 9106 Remote, connected to a MINT: BAUD rate 9600 BPS, 8,N,1, , Mode Remote, Add: 3634 MINT firmware 4/99 or later with PowerNet DeviceServer (not Series III) required. --- To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, Type IMPCABLE or 9463 family. TD 17513 CH Devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II use BPONI in std. Mode) CONI-3 IL 17551 Address 300, IRQ 5, Mode 1 (Series-III), Mode 2 (PowerNet), BAUD 9600 (See appendix B-3, and B-4 for dip switches settings) To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, Interface Adapter Assy., Cat. Num. 8793C85G01. See appendix A-5, for configuration. To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, RJ11 Cable. --- RJ11, less than 50 feet. See appendix A-5 for configuration. Ferrite Suppression Core Assemblies 0443167251B (for use with IMPCABLE) or 0443164251B (for use with 9463, RS-232, power) www.fair-rite.com www.Newark.com Install on each line entering MINT (INCOM, RS-232 and power) Fair-Rite Newark Use

0443167251B 91F6477 IMPCABLE 0443164251B 91F6476 9463, power, RS-232 3-14 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 100MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For Series-III 16 MB RAM memory min., 32 MB recommended . Document Settings --- Comport 1: IRQ 4, Base Address 3F8 (hex) Comport 2: IRQ 3, Base Address 2F8 (hex) Series-III does not share interrupts. Thus delete any device (e.j. modem) on the comport to be used. --2091A90G01 ------- Software Windows 95, 3.11, or 98 Series III 3-15 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Configuration Application Supports MULTIPLE DISPLAY POINT TO POINT REMOTE COMMUNICATION FOR PCs Display In Two Locations: Independent Control, Series III or POWERNET Interface Network Card Independent monitoring and control done both on site and from a remote computer. Remote computer has Series III Interface with all logging, alarming, and trending capabilities. A graphical user interface at remote monitoring computer(s) and/or at local terminal(s) When we connects 2 PCs directly (Point to Point). That is, without Media Converters, we must use CROSS-OVER (CROSS PINNING) cable. The maximum distance is 328 feet (100m) Typically, the connection between the PC network interface card (NIC) and the media converter is a straight-through cable. If the media converter is designed to be connected to a hub instead of a NIC, then we use the cross-over cable between the NIC and the media converter. There are some media converters (Called Cross-Over Media Converters) that have an UP-LINK switch. With this switch set on the X position, we can use straight pinning 10BaseT, RJ45 connector, cat. 5 cable. Media converters that include the uplink switch can connect to both NICs and Ethernet hubs with a straight-through cable. No cross-over cabling is required. All CH Devices Ethernet Straight 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet) Media Converter MEDIA IQ En e rg y Se nt in el Media Converter PONI Values kA IA IB IC IG incom Cell No. Digitrip RMS 810 MAIN Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Reset Step PONI Normal Event Relay Program W 2.425

Westinghouse Digital Protection COMPUTER with ENHANCED GRAPHICS, REMOTELY POSSIBLE, NET-DDE, NETWORK SOFTWARE, and NETWORK CARD or COMPUTER WITH NETWORK CARD POWERNET, and NETPOWER INTEGRATOR Energy Sentinel W W RES Reset 372.81 371.25 373.47 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Trip RES Alarm COMPUTER with SERIES III with CONI and/or MINT, ENHANCED GRAPHICS, REMOTELY POSSIBLE, NET-DDE, Digitrip 810 IQ Analyzer IQ 1000 II NETWORK CARD and CH DEVICES NETWORK SOFTWARE or COMPUTER with CONI and/or MINT, NETWORK CARD, POWERNET, NETPOWER INTEGRATOR, and WINDOWS NT High Load TRND Digitrip RMS Rating Plug Long Delay Long Delay Setting Time - Sec. .5 Ca t. Fra me Rating 40-60 Hz Only 10 Breaker Trips Test Amps 6T 2 Short Dela y Time - Sec. C .4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Inst. 3 .2 Gnd Previous Level AMPERES EVNT HARM F1 F2 F3 Function DEMD F4 Value Home Battery Check Short Delay Pickup

Gnd. Fault Pickup S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -10 Inst. Test Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Unit Status Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Mode Protection Step Up Up Program Down Set Points Step Down HELP Trip Test Program Help Step DEVICE Basic Configuration 1: Devices connected to only one terminal with Cross-Over Media Converter and Straight 10BaseT, RJ45 connector, Cat. 5 cable. 3-16 C O N N E C T I V I T Y DEVICE DEVICE COMPUTER with SERIES III with CONI and/or MINT, ENHANCED GRAPHICS, REMOTELY POSSIBLE, NET-DDE, NETWORK CARD AND NETWORK SOFTWARE or COMPUTER with CONI and/or MINT, NETWORK CARD, POWERNET, NETPOWER INTEGRATOR, and WINDOWS NT Straight 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet) MEDIA Media Converter PONI Values kA incom High Load IA= IB= IC= Reset Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH IA IB IC IG Cell No. Digitrip RMS 810 Westinghouse IQ Analyzer Step TRND Digitrip RMS Rating Plug

Long Delay Long Delay Setting Time - Sec. .5 Cat. Frame Rating 40-60 Hz Only 10 Breaker Trips Test Amps 6T 2 Short Delay Time - Sec. C .4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Inst. 3 .2 Gnd Previous Level 372.81 371.25 373.47 F2 F3 Values Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II kA incom RES Alarm High Load Function Inst. Test Trip Test Unit Status Digitrip 810 Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Value Long Delay Long Delay Setting Time - Sec. .5 Mode Protection Breaker Trips Test Amps 6T Short Delay Time - Sec. Step Down .4 HELP Program Help Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. IQ 1000 II CH DEVICES Inst. 3 .2

Step Gnd IQ Analyzer TRND Previous Level W RES Reset 372.81 371.25 373.47 F1 F2 F3 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Trip RES Alarm AMPERES EVNT HARM DEMD Function Value Home F4 Batter y Check 2 C Set Points S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -10 40-60 Hz Only 10 Short Delay Pickup Gnd. Fault Pickup Program Step Cat. F rame Rating Step Up Up Down IA= IB= IC= Reset Digitrip RMS Rating Plug Home F4 Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Westinghouse IQ Analyzer Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH IA IB IC IG Cell No. Digitrip RMS 810 PONI Normal Event

Relay Program W 2.425 Westinghouse Digital Protection Trip AMPERES EVNT HARM DEMD F1 PONI W RES Reset Batter y Check Short Delay Pickup Gnd. Fault Pickup S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -10 Media Converter PONI Normal Event Relay Program W 2.425 Westinghouse Digital Protection COMPUTER WITH SERIES III with CONI and/or MINT, ENHANCED GRAPHICS, REMOTELY POSSIBLE, NET-DDE, NETWORK CARD AND NETWORK SOFTWARE or COMPUTER with CONI and/or MINT, NETWORK CARD, POWERNET, NETPOWER INTEGRATOR, and WINDOWS NT Inst. Test Trip Test Unit Status Digitrip 810 Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Mode Protection Step Up Up Program Down Set Points Step Down HELP Program Step Help IQ Analyzer IQ 1000 II CH DEVICES Basic Configuration 2: Devices connected to both terminals with Cross-Over Media Converter and Straight 10BaseT, RJ45 connector, Cat. 5 cable.

Contact Advanced Products Support Center 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 3-17 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Configuration Application Point to Point, Display In Two Locations: Independent Control, Series III or PowerNet Interface. Fiber Optic Connection Independent monitoring and control done both on site and from a remote computer. Remote computer has Series III or PowerNet Interface with all logging, alarming, and trending capabilities. A graphical user interface at remote monitoring computer(s) and/or at local terminal(s) PCs are located less than 2.2 miles from each other System allows for utilization of existing fiber optic cable When we connect 2 PCs directly (Point to Point). That is, without Media Converters, we must use CROSS-OVER (CROSS PINNING) cable. The maximum distance is 328 feet (100m) When we need to increase this distance, we can use Media Converters, such as fiber optic media converters. Fiber optic cable is available in both multi-mode and single-mode varieties. Multi-mode cable is less expensive, but Ethernet signals can only travel 6500 feet on multi-mode fiber. Single mode distances are longer, typically 20 km. The type of media converter must match the type of cable. Bill of Material and Config. Material Document Settings CONI-3 IL 17551 Address 300, IRQ 5, Mode 1, BAUD 9600. (See appendix B-3 and B-4 for dip switches settings) To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, Interface Adapter Assy. Cat. Num. 8793C85G01. See appendix A-5, for configuration. To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, TYPE IMPCABLE or 9463 family. TD 17513 --- To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, RJ11 Cable. --- RJ11, less than 50 feet. See appendix A-5 for configuration. To connect the 2 PCs Ethernet 8 wires, cat. 5, 10BaseT, Cross Pinning Cable (Cross-over) with RJ45 connector, max. 328 feet (100m), (when we do not use CrossOver Media Converters) Cat. Black Box: EVCRB05 See appendix A-6, for pin configuration. To connect the PCs to the Media Cat. Black Box: Converters Ethernet 8 wires, Cat. 5, EVNSL01 10BaseT, Straight Pinning Cable with RJ45 connector, max. 328 feet (100m). See appendix A-6, for pin configuration. CH Devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II use BPONI in std. Mode) 3-18 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material Document Settings PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 500 MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For Series-III 16 MB RAM memory min., 32 MB recommended . For PowerNet 64 MB RAM memory min., 128 MB recommended. ---

Comport 1: IRQ 4, Base Address 3F8 (hex) Comport 2: IRQ 3, Base Address 2F8 (hex) Series-III does not share interrupts. Thus delete any device (e.j. modem) on the comport to be used. Network Card: 3COM ETHERLINK III PCMCIA --- --- Cross-Over Media Converter 10Base-T/Fiber-ST, Multimode. (with this model we do not need Cross-Over cables) Cat. Black Box: LE1500-AUTP 62.5m Core / 125 m Cladding. DUPLEX MULTIMODE FIBER OPTIC CrossOver Media Converter --- Fiber Optic Cable with Loose Buffer recommended for underground, suspended over-head, or other applications with wide temperature variations. Tight Buffer acceptable for another applications. ----- ------ Software Windows 95, 3.11 or 98 Series III, (for each PC with INCOM devices connected) Net DDE Network Software Enhanced Graphics Carbon Copy (Remotely Possible) --2091A90G01 ------- --Cat. Num: PNEG ------- OR Windows NT PowerNet 3-19 C O N N E C T I V I T Y MULTIPLE SYSTEMS: Local Area Network (LAN) Configuration A LAN is to be used to network multiple SERIES III or POWERNET systems together with one or more remote monitoring computers. Independent monitoring and control done both on site and at the remote computer(s) A graphical user interface at remote monitoring computer(s) and/or at local terminal(s) Fastest data update times possible. Application Supports MAIN All CH Devices COMPUTER WITH ENHANCED GRAPHICS, REMOTELY POSSIBLE, NET DDE, NETWORK CARD & NETWORK SOFTWARE or COMPUTER with NETWORK CARD, POWERNET, & NETPOWER INTEGRATOR REMOTE COMPUTER with ENHANCED GRAPHICS , NET DDE, NETWORK CARD & NETWORK SOFTWARE or COMPUTER with NETWORK CARD, POWERNET, & NETPOWER INTEGRATOR PONI Normal Event Relay Program W Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= TRND Previous Level RES

Reset 372.81 371.25 373.47 AMPERES EVNT HARM DEMD F1 Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy F2 F3 F4 Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Home MINT Up Down Terminal Server Help Program HUB DEVICE Straight 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet) COMPUTER with SERIES III, ENHANCED GRAPHICS, CONI, NET DDE, NETWORK CARD & NETWORK SOFTWARE or COMPUTER with CONI, NETWORK CARD, POWERNET, NETPOWER INTEGRATOR, and WINDOWS NT DEVICE COMPUTER WITH SERIES III, ENHANCED GRAPHICS, CONI, NET DDE, NETWORK CARD & NETWORK SOFTWARE or COMPUTER with CONI, NETWORK CARD, POWERNET, NETPOWER INTEGRATOR, and WINDOWS NT Straight 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet) * Cross-Over 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet), Between HUBs HUB Media Converter Media Converter HUB MEDIA PONI PONI Values kA incom High Load Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Reset

Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH IA IB IC IG Cell No. Step TRND Digitrip RMS Rating Plug Long Delay Long Delay Setting Time - Sec. .5 Cat. F rame Rating P revious Level F1 F2 F3 Trip RES Alarm Function DEMD F4 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Value Home Battery Check Breaker Trips Test Amps 6T 2 Short Delay Time - Sec. C .4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Inst. 3 .2 Gnd S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -10 40 -60 Hz Only 10 Short Delay Pickup Gnd. Fault Pickup W RES Reset 372.81 371.25 373.47 AMPERES EVNT HARM Values Inst. Te st Trip Test Unit Status Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars)

Power (VA) Energy Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Mode Protection Step Up Up Program Down Set Points Step Down HELP Program Help Digitrip 810 IQ Analyzer Step IQ 1000 II CH DEVICES Straight 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet) kA IA IB IC IG incom Cell No. Digitrip RMS 810 High Load Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Reset Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH Step TRND Digitrip RMS Rating Plug Long Delay Setting .5 Long Delay Time - Sec. Cat. Frame Ratin g 40-6 0 Hz On ly 10 372.81 371.25 373.47 AMPERES EVNT HARM F1 Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Breaker Trips Test Amps 6T 2 Short Delay Time - Sec. C .4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec.

Inst. 3 .2 Gnd Previous Level W RES Reset F2 F3 Trip RES Alarm Function DEMD F4 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Value Home Ba ttery Ch eck Short Delay Pickup Gnd. Fault Pickup S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -10 PONI Normal Event Relay Program W 2.425 Westinghouse Digital P rotection Normal Event Relay Program W 2.425 Westinghouse Digital Protection Digitrip RMS 810 PONI Inst. Test Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Mode Protection Step Up Up Program Down Set Points Step Down HELP Trip Te st Program Unit Status

Step Help Digitrip 810 IQ Analyzer IQ 1000 II CH DEVICES REMOTE * If media converter supports Built-In-Cross-Over Connection, the Straight Through Cable between media converter and hub can be used COMPUTER WITH ENHANCED GRAPHICS , NET DDE, NETWORK CARD & NETWORK SOFTWARE or COMPUTER with NETWORK CARD, POWERNET, & NETPOWER INTEGRATOR 3-20 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Specifications Rules Each DEVICE Computer (PC with CH devices connected) supports up to 1000 devices. From the DEVICE computers to all devices standard wiring rules apply (TD 17513). The remote monitoring computers may be linked together on a LAN system running at speeds up to 100 Megabaud using currently available Ethernet hardware. Note that ISA bus Ethernet cards are limited to 10 Megabaud. 100 Megabaud is available from Ethernet hardware built into the computer motherboard or from a PCI bus network interface card (NIC). Trending data can be recorded to any location on the network as supported by the network software. Data can be viewed from all INCOM networks at any drop on the network running Enhanced Graphics Software. Data is exchanged over any network supporting TCP/IP, NetBIOS, or IPX/SPX protocol. Such network platforms include Microsoft Windows for Workgroups and Microsoft Windows 95. Data exchange rates are dependent on network speed, number of nodes on the network and types of messages transmitted and network hardware (routers, etc.) located between nodes. typically between one and ten Megabaud. Each REMOTE can be connected to a LAN (Local Area Network) to monitor or control. That is, we can connect several computers to the hubs depending on our requirements. There are some rules that one must follow to assure a good transmission of data between PCs. Some of them are: 1. Between 2 PCs, or nodes, (through any possible path) there must be a maximum of 4 repeaters (or hubs) 2. Media converters count as 1/4 repeater. 3. No more than 3 populated cable segments. 4. If there is no media converters between HUBs, one must connect them with cross-over cable. 5. When using media converters, it is recommended to use Cross-Over Media Converters in order to eliminate the use of cross-over cables. 6. Between Hubs and NICs mounted in PCs, one must use straight cable. Status 6/96 Contact Application Note Tested Power Management Application Support 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 INCOM Wiring Specification - TD 17513 3-21 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Configuration Application MULTIPLE SYSTEMS: Local Area Network (LAN). Fiber Optic Connection A LAN is to be used to network multiple SERIES III or POWERNET systems together with one or more remote monitoring computers. Independent monitoring and control done both on site and at the remote computer(s) A graphical user interface at remote monitoring computer(s) and/or at local terminal(s) Fastest data update times possible. Media Converters are located less than 2.2 miles away There are media converters (called Cross-Over Media Converters) that have an UP-LINK switch. With this switch set on the X position, we can use straight pinning 10BaseT, RJ45 connector, cat. 5 cable. That is, it eliminates the use of Cross-Over cables when connecting the media converter to a hub. Bill of Material and Config. Material Document CONI-3, for each PC with INCOM devices. IL 17551 Address 300, IRQ 5, Mode 1, BAUD 9600. (See appendix B-3 and B-4 for dip switches settings) To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, Interface Adapter Assy. Cat. Num. 8793C85G01. See appendix A-5, for configuration. To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, TYPE IMPCABLE or 9463 family. TD 17513 --- To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, RJ11 Cable. ---

RJ11, less than 50 feet. See appendix A-5 for configuration. HUB: 8 Port 3COM Ethernet Hub TPO/8, 3C16700 with 8 10BaseT RJ45 ports Cat. Black Box: 3C16700 --- Cross-Over Media Converter 10Base-T/Fiber-ST, Multimode Settings Cat. Black Box: --LE1500-AUTP 62.5m Core / 125 m Cladding. DUPLEX MULTI-MODE FIBER OPTIC Cross-Over Media Converter 3-22 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material Document Settings Fiber Optic Hub (When the Fiber Optic Driver and the HUB are contained in the same unit) (www.blackbox.com) Cat. Black Box: See appendix C for configuration information Chassis: LE6221A Thick Ethernet: LE6205-f 10BaseT (RJ45): LE6210 Fiber ST: LE6207-ST 62.5m Core / 125 m Cladding. DUPLEX MULT-MODE FIBER OPTIC HUB Fiber Optic Cable with Loose Buffer recommended for underground, suspended overhead, or other applications with wide temperature variations. Tight Buffer acceptable for another applications. ----- ------ To connect the PCs to the Hubs: Ethernet 8 wires, Cat. 5, 10BaseT, Straight Pinning Cable with RJ45 connector, max. 328 feet (100m). Cat. Black Box: EVNSL01 ------ For connection between Hubs if we do not have Cross-Over Media Converters: Ethernet 8 wires, cat. 5, 10BaseT, Cross Pinning Cable (Cross-over) with RJ45 connector, max. 328 feet (100m). Cat. Black Box: EVCRB05 See appendix A-6, for pin configuration. CH devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II use BPONI in std. Mode) PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 500 MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For Series-III 16 MB RAM memory min., 32 MB recommended . For PowerNet 64 MB RAM memory min., 128 MB recommended. --- Comport 1: IRQ 4, Base Address 3F8 (hex) Comport 2: IRQ 3, Base Address 2F8 (hex) Series-III does not share interrupts. Thus delete any device (e.j. modem) on the comport to be used. Network Card: 3COM ETHERNELINK III, PCMCIA --- ---

3-23 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material Document Settings --2091A90G01 ------- --Cat. Num: PNEG ------- Software Windows 95, 3.11 or 98 Series III, (for each PC with INCOM Devices connected) Net DDE Network Software Enhanced Graphics Carbon Copy (Remotely Possible) OR Windows NT PowerNet 3-24 C O N N E C T I V I T Y MULTIPLE SYSTEMS: Local Area Network (LAN), Ethernet Bridge Remote Monitoring and Control Only Configuration A LAN is to be used to network multiple POWERNET systems together with one or more remote central monitoring computers. Monitoring and control done only at remote computer(s). A graphical user interface at remote monitoring computer(s) Fastest data update times possible. Application Supports All CH Devices MAIN Straight 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet) COMPUTER with NETWORK CARD, POWERNET, and NETPOWER INTEGRATOR Ethernet Bridge Gateway NETLINK Ethernet Bridge Gateway * Cross-Over 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet), Between HUBs NETLINK HUB IMPCABLE IMPCABLE Media Converter HUB PONI Values 2.425 Westinghouse Digital Protection kA IA IB IC IG incom incom Ce l No. Digitrip RMS 810 High Load Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Reset Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH

Step TRND Digit rip RMS Rating Plug Long Delay Long Delay Settin g Time - Sec. .5 C at . Fra me Ra ti ng Reset 372.81 371.25 373.47 F2 F3 F4 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Trip RES Alarm AMPERES EVNT HARM DEMD F1 Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Breaker Trips Test Amps 6T 2 Short Delay Time - Sec. C .4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Inst. 3 .2 Gnd P revious Level W RES Functi on Value Home B at te ry Ch eck Short Delay Pickup Gnd. Fault Pickup S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 - 10 40-6 0 Hz Onl y 10 PONI Normal Event Relay Program W Inst. Test Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor

Custom Mode Protection Step Up Up MEDIA Media Converter Straight 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet) Program PONI Values High Load P rogram Hel p Ste p Down Digitrip 810IQ AnalyzerIQ 1000 II .5 CH DEVICES Specifications Ca t. Fra me R at in g TRND Previous Level W RES Reset 372.81 371.25 373.47 F2 F3 F4 Trip RES Alarm AMPERES EVNT HARM DEMD F1 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Function Value Home Ba ttery C he ck Breaker Trip s Test Amps 6T Short D elay Pic kup 2 Short Delay Time - Sec. Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Inst. .2 Gnd S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -1 0 40-60 H z On ly 10 C * If media converter supports BuiltIn-Cross-Over Connection, the Straight Through Cable between media converter and hub can be

used Step Digitrip RMS Rating Plu g Long Delay Long Delay Setting Time - Sec. .4 Ste p IA= IB= IC= Reset Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH IA IB IC IG Cell No. HELP Trip Test Unit Status Westinghouse IQ Analyzer kA incom Digit rip RMS 810 PONI Normal Event Relay Program W 2.425 Westin ghouse D ig ital Protection Gnd. Fault Pickup Down Set Points HUB 3 Inst. Test Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Unit Status Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Mode Protection Step Up Up Program Down Set Poi nts Step Down HELP Trip Test P rogram Help Step

Digitrip 810IQ AnalyzerIQ 1000 II CH DEVICES Each Ethernet Bridge supports up to 1000 devices. From the Ethernet Bridges standard wiring rules apply (TD 17513). The remote monitoring computers may be linked together on a LAN system running at speeds up to 100 Megabaud. Trending data can be recorded to any location on the network as supported by the network software. Data can be viewed from all POWERNET networks at any drop on the network running Enhanced Graphics Software. Data is exchanged over any network supporting TCP/IP, NetBIOS, or IPX/SPX protocol. Such network platforms include Microsoft Windows NT and Microsoft Windows 95 or 98. Data exchange rates are dependent on network speed, typically between one and ten Megabaud. The same rules for networking of the previous system apply on this one. The only difference is that the Ethernet Bridges do not have a monitor, mouse or keyboard. A monitor, mouse and keyboard can be purchased and installed after the fact to provide local annunciation provided the appropriate client software (NetPower Monitor, NetPower Graphics, etc.) is installed at that node. 3-25 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Rules The same rules of the previous system apply to this system. The only different is that the Ethernet Bridges are PCs without monitor, mouse or keyboard. Thus, configuration must be performed from a remote PC. This configuration is designed for remote monitoring and control. That is, when local monitoring and control is not desired. 1. Between 2 PCs, or nodes, (through any possible path) there must be a maximum of 4 repeaters (or hubs) 2. Media converters count as 1/4 repeater. 3. No more than 3 populated cable segments. 4. If there is no media converters between HUBs, one must connect them with cross-over cable. 5. When using media converters, it is recommended to use Cross-Over Media Converters in order to eliminate the use of cross-over cables. 6. Between Hubs and PCs, one must use straight cable. Status 6/96 Contact Application Note Tested Power Management Application Support 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 INCOM Wiring Specification - TD 17513 3-26 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Configuration Application MULTIPLE SYSTEMS: Local Area Network (LAN), Remote Monitoring and Control Only A LAN is to be used to network multiple POWERNET systems together with one or more remote central monitoring computers. Monitoring and control done only at remote computer(s). A graphical user interface at remote monitoring computer(s) Fastest data update times possible. Bill of Material and Config. Material Document Settings CONI-3, for each Ethernet Bridge, or PC with INCOM devices. IL 17551 Address 300, IRQ 5, Mode 1, BAUD 9600. (See appendix B-3 and B-4 for dip switches settings) To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, Interface Adapter Assy. Cat. Num. 8793C85G01. See appendix A-5, for configuration. To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, TYPE IMPCABLE or 9463 family. TD 17513 --- To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, RJ11 Cable. --- RJ11, less than 50 feet. See appendix A-5 for configuration. HUB: 8 Port 3COM Ethernet Hub TPO/8, 3C16700 with 8 10BaseT RJ45 ports Cat. Black Box: 3C16700 --- Cross-Over Media Converter 10Base-T/Fiber-ST, Multimode Cat. Black Box:

--LE1500-AUTP 62.5m Core / 125 m Cladding. DUPLEX MULTI-MODE FIBER OPTIC Cross-Over Media Converter 3-27 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material Document Settings Fiber Optic Hub (When the Fiber Optic Driver and the HUB are contained in the same unit) www.blackbox.com Cat. Black Box: See appendix C for configuration information Chassis: LE6221A Thick Ethernet: LE6205-f 10BaseT (RJ45): LE6210 Fiber ST: LE6207-ST 62.5m Core / 125 m Cladding. DUPLEX MULT-MODE FIBER OPTIC HUB Fiber Optic Cable with Loose Buffer recommended for underground, suspended overhead, or other applications with wide temperature variations. Tight Buffer acceptable for another applications. ----- ------ To connect the PCs or Ethernet Bridges to the Hubs: Ethernet 8 wires, Cat. 5, 10BaseT, Straight Pinning Cable with RJ45 connector, max. 328 feet (100m). Cat. Black Box: EVNSL01 ------ For connection between Hubs if we do not have Cross-Over Media Converters: Ethernet 8 wires, cat. 5, 10BaseT, Cross Pinning Cable (Cross-over) with RJ45 connector, max. 328 feet (100m). Cat. Black Box: EVCRB05 See appendix A-6, for pin configuration. CH devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II use BPONI in std. Mode) PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 500 MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For PowerNet 64 MB RAM memory min., 128 MB recommended --- Comport 1: IRQ 4, Base Address 3F8 (hex) Comport 2: IRQ 3, Base Address 2F8 (hex) Ethernet Bridge Gateway NETLINK With 1 INCOM PORT and Ethernet 10BaseT Cat. Num: NLE1T ----- 3-28 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material Document Settings Fiber Optic NETLINK With 1 INCOM port and Ethernet Basic F1 Fiber (When the Fiber Optic Driver and the Ethernet Bridge are contained in the same unit) Cat. Num: NLE1F See appendix C for configuration information

Software For Remote PC Windows NT PowerNet --Cat. Num. PNEG ------- 3-29 C O N N E C T I V I T Y MULTIPLE SYSTEMS: Local Area Network (LAN), Serial Terminal Server Configuration Similar application as Ethernet Gateway, but uses an Ethernet to RS-232 adapter called a Terminal Server. Terminal Server connects to MINT which converts the RS-232 signal to INCOM twisted pair. Software is included that redirects serial port communications to a remote terminal server. Only functions with software that supports redirecting COM ports (e.g. DeviceServer) One DeviceServer can communicate with up to 32 terminal servers. Application Supports All CH Devices MAIN Straight 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet) COMPUTER with NETWORK CARD, POWERNET, DeviceServer++ and NETPOWER INTEGRATOR Ethernet Bridge Gateway NETLINK COM Port Redirector software supplied with the DeviceServer re-maps a local COM port(COM1-COM 32) to a remote serial terminal server. ++ Lantronix MSS100 * Cross-Over 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet), Between HUBs Serial Terminal Server HUB IMPCABLE Media Converter HUB PONI Values 2.425 Westinghouse D igital Protection kA incom High Load Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Reset Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH IA IB IC IG Cell No. Digitrip RMS 810 Step TRND Dig itrip RMS Rating Plug Long Delay Long Delay Setting Time - Sec. .5

Cat . Fra me R at in g Reset 372.81 371.25 373.47 AMPERES EVNT HARM F1 Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Br eaker Trips Test Amps 6T 2 Short Delay Time - Sec. C .4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Inst. 3 .2 Gnd P revious Level W RES F2 F3 Trip RES Alarm Function DEMD F4 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Value Home Battery C heck Short Delay Pickup Gnd. Fault Pic kup S1 -7 S2 -8 M1 - 8 M2 -10 40-60 H z Only 10 PONI Normal Event Relay Program W Inst. Test Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Mode Protection Step Up Up MEDIA

Media Converter Straight 10BaseT, Cat. 5, with RJ45 Connector (Max. 328 feet) Program Digitrip RMS 810 High Load Set Points Step Down .5 CH DEVICES Step C at. Fram e Rating TRND Previous Level PONI RES Reset 372.81 371.25 373.47 F2 F3 F4 Trip RES Alarm AMPERES EVNT HARM DEMD F1 W Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Function Value Home B atte ry Che ck Breaker Tr ip s Test Amps 6T Short Delay Pic kup 2 Short Delay Time - Sec. .4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Inst. 3 .2 Gnd S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -1 0 40-6 0 Hz Only 10 Gnd. Fault Pickup * If media converter supports BuiltIn-Cross-Over Connection, the Straight Through Cable between media converter and hub can be used IA= IB= IC= Digitrip RMS Ratin g Plug Long Dela y Long Delay Settin g Time - Sec. C

Step Westinghouse IQ Analyzer Reset Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH IA IB IC IG Cell No. Normal Event Relay Program W 2.425 kA incom Program Help Digitrip 810IQ AnalyzerIQ 1000 II Specifications PONI Values Westinghouse Digital Protectio n Down HELP Trip Test Unit Status Plugs into RS-232 port on MINT HUB Inst. Test Trip Test Unit Status Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Mode Protection Step Up IMPCABLE Up Program Down Set Points Step Down HELP P rogram Hel p Step Digitrip 810IQ AnalyzerIQ 1000 II CH DEVICES Similar rules to the Ethernet Gateway While up to 1000 devices are supported on each terminal server, the RS-232 communications speed practically limits an application to under 50 devices per terminal server. The terminal server requires a fixed IP address as do the Ethernet Gateways. 3-30 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Rules

The same rules as the Ethernet Gateway system apply to a terminal server system. 1. Between 2 PCs, or nodes, (through any possible path) there must be a maximum of 4 repeaters (or hubs) 2. Media converters count as 1/4 repeater. 3. No more than 3 populated cable segments. 4. If there is no media converters between HUBs, one must connect them with cross-over cable. 5. When using media converters, it is recommended to use Cross-Over Media Converters in order to eliminate the use of cross-over cables. 6. Between Hubs and PCs, one must use straight cable. 7. Redirector software will map COM1 through COM32 (selectable by COM port) to one or more terminal servers. Note the connection from a terminal server to a remapped COM port is a onefor-one connection (two DeviceServers cannot connect to the same MINT, for example). Status 1/99 Tested Contact Application Note Power Management Application Support 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 INCOM Wiring Specification - TD 17513 3-31 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Configuration Application MULTIPLE SYSTEMS: Local Area Network (LAN), Remote Monitoring and Control Only A LAN is to be used to network multiple POWERNET systems together with one or more remote central monitoring computers. Monitoring and control done only at remote computer(s). A graphical user interface at remote monitoring computer(s) Fastest data update times possible. Bill of Material and Config. Material Document Settings CONI-3, for each Ethernet Bridge, or PC with INCOM devices. IL 17551 Address 300, IRQ 5, Mode 1, BAUD 9600. (See appendix B-3 and B-4 for dip switches settings) To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, Interface Adapter Assy. Cat. Num. 8793C85G01. See appendix A-5, for configuration. To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, TYPE IMPCABLE or 9463 family. TD 17513 --- To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, RJ11 Cable. --- RJ11, less than 50 feet. See appendix A-5 for configuration. HUB: 8 Port 3COM Ethernet Hub TPO/8, 3C16700 with 8 10BaseT RJ45 ports Cat. Black Box: 3C16700 --- Cross-Over Media Converter 10Base-T/Fiber-ST, Multimode Terminal Server Cat. Black Box: --LE1500-AUTP 62.5m Core / 125 m Cladding. DUPLEX MULTI-MODE FIBER OPTIC Cross-Over Media Converter Lantronix MSS100-01 IP address is programmed to unit via 10BASE-T or RS-232 interface using software supplied with MSS1-01. Serial port parameters should be set to 19200, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit. See notes page 3-34. 3-32 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material Document Settings Fiber Optic Hub (When the Fiber Optic Driver and the HUB are contained in the same

unit) www.blackbox.com Cat. Black Box: See appendix C for configuration information Chassis: LE6221A Thick Ethernet: LE6205-f 10BaseT (RJ45): LE6210 Fiber ST: LE6207-ST 62.5m Core / 125 m Cladding. DUPLEX MULT-MODE FIBER OPTIC HUB Fiber Optic Cable with Loose Buffer recommended for underground, suspended overhead, or other applications with wide temperature variations. Tight Buffer acceptable for another applications. ----- ------ To connect the terminal servers to the Hubs: Ethernet 8 wires, Cat. 5, 10BaseT, Straight Pinning Cable with RJ45 connector, max. 328 feet (100m). Cat. Black Box: EVNSL01 ------ For connection between Hubs if we do not have Cross-Over Media Converters: Ethernet 8 wires, cat. 5, 10BaseT, Cross Pinning Cable (Cross-over) with RJ45 connector, max. 328 feet (100m). Cat. Black Box: EVCRB05 See appendix A-6, for pin configuration. CH devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II use BPONI in std. Mode) PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 500 MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For PowerNet 64 MB RAM memory min., 128 MB recommended --- Comport 1: IRQ 4, Base Address 3F8 (hex) Comport 2: IRQ 3, Base Address 2F8 (hex) Ethernet Bridge Gateway NETLINK With 1 INCOM PORT and Ethernet 10BaseT Cat. Num: NLE1T ----- 3-33 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material Document Settings Fiber Optic NETLINK With 1 INCOM port and Ethernet Basic F1 Fiber (When the Fiber Optic Driver and the Ethernet Bridge are contained in the same unit) Cat. Num: NLE1F See appendix C for configuration information Software For Remote PC Windows NT PowerNet --Cat. Num. PNEG ------- Application Notes 1. Install EZWebCon software from the Lantronix CD. 2. Follow instructions in manual to download the IP address to the unit. 3. Use interview wizard to configure MSS100 as follows: - NetWare packets disabled (if you are not using IPX) - Setup serial port for 19200 baud, dynamic access, character size 8, flow control RTS/CTS, parity none, stop bits 1. 4. Download configuration to MSS100 terminal server and reboot. 5. Install redirector software from CD, select port to redirect (COM 1-32), and enter IP address of the MSS100.

Use 3001 for the TCPport address. 6. Install a standard 28800 bps modem on the computer with the redirected port (DeviceServer node). 7. Configure the MINT DIP switches for 19200 baud and RTS/CTS control. (Switch 5 off ). 8. Set the MINT in Device Configurator for 19200 baud and RTS/CTS handshake. 9. Set the timeout for the MINT to at least 1000 milliseconds. This value may need to be higher if the LAN is very busy. We have tested this to 10000 milliseconds. 3-34 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connecting Through Interface Manufacturer Supports SECTION 4 INTERFACING WITH OTHERS MANUFACTURERS POWER MONITORING SYSTEM ENHANCED GRAPHICS - Wonderware InTouch Wonderware All CH, Siemens, Square D, Beckwith and GE/Multilin Devices SERIES III and POWERNET are able to communicate with other manufacturers Power Monitoring Systems through Enhanced Graphics. Linkage is done through the following DDE compliant software options: SIEMENS: Sieserve WinPM SQUARE D: System Manager (SMS-1500, -3000) with DDE add-on Wonderware DDE I/O Server Kepware DDE Server (www.kepware.com) GE: Power Leader Software - Windows Version only (alternate: using GE Modbus Concentrator and Modbus DDE Server) Beckwith: Wonderware or Kepware Modbus DDE Server That is, all the data from the devices (CH and other vendors devices) appear on the screens of Enhanced Graphics. With this software, we can integrate many different power monitoring devices made by different vendors into one system. This software is necessary because each power monitoring system speaks a different language. For example: Modbus, INCOM, etc. PLEASE NOTE: IN ALL CASES THE ENHANCED GRAPHICS PACKAGE IS THE MASTER ON THE NETWORK. THE ENHANCED GRAPHICS PACKAGE CAN READ AND WRITE DATA TO ANY DEVICE, BUT WITH FEW EXCEPTONS, A DEVICE CANNOT REQUEST DATA FROM THE PC. Computer with CONI (or MINT), Series III, Enhanced Graphics, Other Vendors Communication Card and DDE Compliant Software or COMPUTER with CONI (or MINT), POWERNET, NETPOWER INTEGRATOR, WINDOWS NT, and others VENDORS COMMUNICATION CARDS Siemens Power Monitoring Devices Sq. D Power Monitoring Devices INCOM Twisted Pair IQ Ene rg y Se n tin el PONI Values kA incom High Load Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Reset Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH IA IB IC IG Cell No. Digitrip RMS 810 Step TRND Digitrip RMS Rating Plug .5 Cat. Frame Rating 40-60 Hz Only 10 Breaker Trips Test Amps 6T 2 Short Delay Time - Sec. C

.4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Inst. 3 .2 Gnd Previous Level 372.81 371.25 373.47 AMPERES EVNT HARM F1 W RES Reset F2 F3 Trip RES Alarm Function DEMD F4 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Value Home Battery Check Short Delay Pickup Gnd. Fault Pickup S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -10 PONI Normal Event Relay Program W 2.425 Westinghouse Digital Protection Long Delay Long Delay Setting Time - Sec. GE Power Monitoring Devices W Inst. Test Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Mode Protection Unit Status Step Up Up

Program Down Set Poi nts Step Down HELP Trip Test Prog ram H elp Step CH DEVICES 4-1 C O N N E C T I V I T Y GE Notes GE purchased Multilin and has adopted the Modbus protocol for their newer meters, including all Multilin meters. The most common physical connection used is RS-485. Older GE products (MicroVersa trip, some legacy Power Leader labeled devices) communicate using GEs COMNET protocol. This is a proprietary protocol transmitted over a single twisted pair. If the installation has existing COMNET devices brought to a computer, the easiest integration may be to verify if the existing GE software supports DDE. Note that GE purchased Wonderware InTouch software for a time, but has recently attempted to self-develop a graphics application. Your application may have Wonderware software. Wonderware software supports DDE and can integrate INCOM, DeviceNet and other protocols using DDE server programs loaded on the PC. Wonderware can communicate to remote DDE servers using NetDDE. If the existing COMNET system has no computer, or if the computer is obsolete and planned for replacement, use the GE Modbus Concentrator to convert the COMNET protocol into Modbus. RS-232 RS-232/ RS-485 2-wire RS-485 GE Modbus Concentrator Cat: PLZOOMG01 Each COMNET port on the Modbus Concentrator supports up to 4 MicroVersa Trip units on up to 1000 feet of twisted pair cable. There are 8 COMNET ports on each Modbus Concentrator, therefore 32 MicroVersa trip units are supported per Modbus Concentrator. COMNET supports up to 6 repeaters, permitting up to 6000 total distance on one COMNET network. To other Modbus slave devices GE EPM Cat: PLE3ESxG14 Multilin Relay 2-wire COMNET MicroVersa Trip - C MicroVersa Trip - C MicroVersa Trip - C Note that GE/Multilin provides single-node waveform capture software for no extra charge when a Multilin relay supporting waveform capture is purchased. However, if these waveforms need to be displayed over a LAN, the Waveform Client / Event Logger package must be purchased. Currently, GE bundles this software with Wonderware. This adds considerably ($6000-8000) to project cost. Status 7/99 Contact Application Note Tested Power Management Application Support 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 Wiring Specification - TD 17513 4-2 C O N N E C T I V I T Y AB Notes Allen-Bradley offers two power monitoring meters, the Bulletin 1400 and the Bulletin 1403. The Bulletin 1400 is a relabeled PML3710. The PML3710 is also known as the GE EPM3170 and the Siemens 4700. We communicate to the PML3710/AB Bulletin 1400 using the RS-485 port with the Modbus RTU protocol. To provide billing using data from any of these meters, use DDE Logger software. DDE Logger software reads real-time data from the device and writes it into the E-Log database for use by programs such as NPBILL and NPTREND. Use the Wonderware or Kepware DDE Server on the PC to communicate with the Modbus network RS-232 RS-232/ RS-485 RS-485/ RS-485 2-wire RS-485 AB Bulletin 1400

To other Modbus slave devices GE EPM 3710 or 3720 PML 3710 or 3720 A Modbus RS-485 network supports up to 32 devices on up to 4000 feet of twisted pair. A RS-485 to RS-485 repeater can be used to add additional RS-485 nodes to a system. Note that RS-485 cabling cannot be run in parallel with high voltage or high current conductors. The manufacturers of RS-485 compatible equipment recommend maintaining 36 spacing between RS-485 cabling and power cabling. Status 7/99 Contact To other Modbus slave devices AB Bulletin 1400 Siemens 4700 Mulltilin PQM Tested Power Management Application Support 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 4-3 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Siemens Notes Siemens products include Static Trip III (using SEABus protocol) and Series 4700 meters (PML meters brand-labeled as Siemens). Communication with these products requires a DDE server supporting these protocols. The Siemens Sieserve DDE server supports both Modbus and SEABus protocol, although not at the same time -- two copies must run to support both. Since Modbus is a standard (and free) DDE server with Wonderware, Sieserve will usually only be purchased when communication with a Static Trip III device is necessary. Use the Wonderware or Kepware DDE Server on the PC to communicate with the Modbus network RS-232 RS-232/ RS-485 RS-485/ RS-485 A Modbus RS-485 network supports up to 32 devices on up to 4000 feet of twisted pair. A RS-485 to RS-485 repeater can be used to add additional RS-485 nodes to a system. Note that RS-485 cabling cannot be run in parallel with high voltage or high current conductors. The manufacturers of RS-485 compatible equipment recommend maintaining 36 spacing between RS-485 cabling and power cabling. 2-wire SEABus RS-485 Static Trip III To other SEABus slave devices Static Trip III Static Trip III 2-wire Modbus RS-485 AB Bulletin 1400 To other Modbus slave devices Siemens 4700 Mulltilin PQM Siemens also strongly promotes Profibus. Profibus is available in several protocols (DP, PA, FMS), so double check which version of Profibus is being used. All versions, however, are supported by 3rd party DDE and OPC servers. For connection to a PC, order the Siemens PROFIboard ISA or PCI card. As with other DDE/OPC servers, several can coexist in the same PC to transfer data between networks. PROFIboard CONI Status 7/99 Contact Profibus Device Profibus Device IQ Device

Digitrip Device Tested Power Management Application Support 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 4-4 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Square D Notes Square D 2000 Series (CM-2xxx) include a 4-wire RS-485 port that uses the same Sy/Max protocol as the old (Sy/Max) Square D PLCs. Using an RS-485 converter and a DDE Server available from Kepware, we can communicate to legacy Square D meters. Newer Square D software (SMS-1500, 3000) include DDE/OPC support so both packages can communicate with CH (or other vendor) meters. Older Square D software (SMS-700, 770) are non-Y2K compliant. Square D recommends these be replaced with SMS-1500 or 3000 Square D 600/610 meters support Modbus over RS-485 in additional to the Sy/Max protocol. Use the Kepware DDE Server on the PC to communicate with the Square D network RS-232 RS-232/ RS-485 RS-485/ RS-485 A Sy/Max (Sy/Link) RS-485 network supports up to 32 devices on up to 4000 feet of twisted pair. A RS-485 to RS-485 repeater can be used to add additional RS-485 nodes to a system. 4-wire Sy/Max (Sy/Link) RS-485 CM-2050 CM-2150 To other Sy/Max slave devices CM-2250 4-wire Sy/Max (Sy/Link) RS-485 To other SyMax slave devices Note that RS-485 cabling cannot be run in parallel with high voltage or high current conductors. The manufacturers of RS-485 compatible equipment recommend maintaining 36 spacing between RS-485 cabling and power cabling. CM-2050 Status 7/99 Contact CM-2150 CM-2250 Tested Power Management Application Support 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 4-5 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Beckwith Notes Beckwith manufactures several switchgear type relays. For example, the M-3520 provides Intertie (service entrance or utility-to-utility) protection. Each Beckwith relay includes both RS-232 and RS485 serial ports. Each supports the Modbus protocol. Beckwith sells a Windows based software program (M-3822 IPScom Communication Software package) this is used to program the relay. This software uses the BECO 2200 protocol. Use Modbus when connecting to the Beckwith relays. BECO 2200 protocol is not (as of this date) supported by any known OPC or DDE server. Use the Kepware or Wonderware DDE Server on the PC to communicate with the Modbus network RS-232 RS-232/ RS-485 RS-485/ RS-485 An RS-485 network supports up to 32 devices on up to 4000 feet of twisted pair. A RS-485 to RS-485 repeater can be used to add additional RS-485 nodes to a system. Note that RS-485 cabling cannot be run in parallel with high voltage or high current conductors. The manufacturers of RS-485 compatible equipment recommend maintaining 36 spacing between RS-485 cabling and power cabling. Status 6/00 Contact 4-wire Modbus RS-485 M-3520 Intertie To other Modbus slave devices M-3425 Generator 4-wire Modbus RS-485 M-3310

Transformer M-3430 Generator (High Impedance Grounded) Not Tested Power Management Application Support 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 4-6 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Configuration Application Interfacing with other manufactures power monitoring system Trough Enhanced Graphics. For SERIES III and POWERNET: CONI Card and/or MINT Integration between different vendors devices for Remote monitoring and control of Electrical Distribution Equipment from a single computer . Bill of Material and Config. Material Document Settings MINT II IL 17466 N, 8, 1, No Ack/Nack, BAUD 9600. (See appendix B-1 for dip switch settings) To connect the MINT to the serial port of a PC, RS-232 Printer Cable, DB25M/DB9F Black Box Cat. BC00301 The MINT can be connected to a Line Driver, Fiber Optic Fiber or Modem (less than 50 feet). For remote communication, see section 2. For pin configuration, see appendix A-1 CONI-3 IL 17551 Address 300, IRQ 5, Mode 1 (Series-III), Mode 2 (PowerNet), BAUD 9600 (See appendix B-3 and B-4 for dip switches settings) To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, Interface Adapter Assy., Cat. Num. 8793C85G01. See appendix A-5, for configuration. To connect the CH Devices,Twisted Pair of Cable, Type IMPCABLE or 9463 family. TD 17513 --- To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, RJ11 Cable. --- RJ11, less than 50 feet. See appendix A-5 for configuration. CH devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II, use BPONI in std. Mode) 4-7 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material Document Settings PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 500 MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For Series-III 16 MB RAM memory min., 32 MB recommended . For PowerNet 64 MB RAM memory min., 128 MB recommended. --- Comport 1: IRQ 4, Base Address 3F8 (hex) Comport 2: IRQ 3, Base Address 2F8 (hex)

Series-III does not share interrupts. Thus delete any device (e.j. modem) on the comport to be used. --2091A90G01 ------- --PNEG NPID60K ------- Software Windows 95, 3.11, or 98 Series III Enhanced Graphics OR Windows NT PowerNet NetPower Integrator *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors. 4-8 C O N N E C T I V I T Y SECTION 5 COMMUNICATION WITH OTHER KIND OF SYSTEMS: Building Management Systems (BMS), Distributed Control System (DCS), Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) Application: SERIES III and POWERNET can be connected to many kinds of systems. In all cases Series III and PowerNet act as Slaves to the BMS, DCS or PLC. This is done in different ways. Refer to the following tables: NOTE: While some CH Devices are supported by these custom device drivers, the available list of supported CH Devices is incomplete. Since MODBUS is supported by ALL CH DEVICES, MODBUS is the recommended protocol to interface with foreign devices. Building Management System Manufacturer Through Honeywell Building Management System MINT (Deltanet Graphic Central) ILEX Energy Management Systems MINT Johnson Controls - Metasys MINT or DDE Siemens Landis & GYR Power System 600 Factory Automation System MINT Siebe Enviornmental Controls ASI Controls All Manufacturers CONI or MINT DDE Modbus Gateway CH Devices Page Addressable Relay, 5-9, 5-10 Advantage (no control), ACM, AEMII, CMU , Digitrip RMS, Digitrip MV, IQ Energy Sentinel (breaker mount), IQ 1000II, IQ 500, IQ Data/Gen, IQ Data Plus II, Universal RTD Digitrips, AEMII (Digitrips via 5-9, 5-11 AEMII) MINT: IQ Data/Gen, IQ 5-9-5-12 Energy Sentinel, IQ Data Plus II, IQ1000II, Advantage, Digitrip RMS, AEMII, Digitrip MV, IQ Analyzer, IQ DP4000. DDE: All CH devices IQ Data/Gen, IQ Energy Sentinel (breaker mount), IQ Data Plus II, IQ 1000II, Advantage, Digitrip 700/800, AEMII, Digitrip MV, IQ Transfer, IQ Analyzer All CH devices All CH devices All CH devices 5-9, 5-13 5-29 5[38 5-4 5-1 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Distributed Control System Manufacturer Through

CH Divices Page Distributed Control System (most of them) MODBUS GATEWAY All CH devices (waveform data from IQ Analyzer, Digitrip 910, and Digitrip Optim is not supported) 5-4 Bailey Controls - Bailey Network 90 Mint All CH devices 5-9, 5-14 Foxboro - Intelligent Automation (I/A) Series Mint IQ Data/Gen, IQ DP II, AEMII, Digitrip 700/800 (through AEM II), IQ 1000, IQ 500, Advantage, ACM, IQ Energy Sentinel (breaker mount), RTD 5-9, 5-15 Westinghouse - WDPF Twisted Pair of Cables Addressable Relay, Advantage, ACM, AEM II, CMU, Digitrip RMS, IQ Energy Sentinel (breaker mount), IQ 1000 II, IQ 500, IQ Data/Gen, IQ Data Plus II, Universal RTD Module 5-21, 5-22 Fisher Provox - Provox/RM1 PC with CONI and Fisher CHIP IQ Data Plus II, IQ 1000 II, MMCO Relay 5-31 5-2 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Programmable Logic Controllers Manufacturer Through CH Divices Page Programmable Logic Controllers (most of them) MODBUS GATEWAY All CH Divices (waveform data from IQ Analyzer, Digitrip 910, Digitrip Optim is not supported) 5-4 Allen Bradley - PLC 5, PLC 3, PLC 2 Mint All CH devices 5-9, 5-16 GE Fanuc - 90/70 PLC Mint Advantage, CMU 5-9, 5-18 Square D - SY/MAX PLC Mint IQ Data Plus II, Digitrip RMS, AEM II, Digitrip MV, Advantage 5-9, 5-19 Westinghouse - 50, 500, 2000 Series Siemens - 90U, 100U, 115U Twisted Pair of Cables All CH devices 5-21, 5-24 As one can see from these 3 tables, there are 3 main methods of communicating between INCOM devices and others kinds of systems: Modbus Gateway Mint or Series III as gateway Twisted pair of cable Contact

Advanced Products Support Center 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 5-3 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connection by Supports Modbus+ Modbus Gateway All CH Devices (waveform data from the IQ Analyzer, Digitrip OPTIM and Digitrip 910 is not supported) SERIES III and POWERNET can be connected to any system with the ability to communicate using the Modbus protocol. This is done through the Modbus Gateway. The Modbus Gateway translates the INCOM signal to Modbus protocol and communicates it to the master system over the RS232 transmission media, using RTU transmission mode. Modbus is a widely used protocol for which the majority of Building Management Systems, Distributed Control System and Programmable Logic Controllers. Note: The Modbus Gateway supports up to 200 CH devices, 8000 Modbus Input Registers (3xxxx) and 200 Modbus Holding Registers (4xxxx). BM-85 Computer with Series III and Modbus Gateway, or POWERNET with NETPOWER MODBUS Software RS232 See appendix A-3 For pin configuration MODBUS Interface Unit Building Management System Distributed Control System or Programmable Logic Controller IMPCABLE Twisted Pair W IQ Ener gy Sen tin el OR MODBUS Gateway Standalone Unit PONI Values kA incom High Load Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Reset Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH IA IB IC IG Cell No. Digitrip RMS 810 Step TRND Digitrip RMS Rating Plug Long Delay Lo ng Delay Settin g Time - Sec. .5 Cat. Frame Rating 40-60 Hz Only 10 Breaker Trips Test Amps 6T 2 Short Delay Time - Sec. C .4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Inst.

3 .2 Gnd Previous L evel W RES Reset 372.81 371.25 373.47 AMPERES EVNT HARM F1 F2 F3 Trip RES Alarm Function DEMD F4 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Value Home Battery Check Sho rt Delay Pickup Gnd. Fault Pickup S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -10 PONI Normal Event Relay Program W 2.425 Westinghouse Digital Protection Inst. Test Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Mode Protection Unit Status Step Up Up Program Down Set Points Step Down HELP Trip Test Program Help Step CH DEVICES

Note that specifications calling for Modbus Plus (Modbus+, MB+) can be met by supplying a conventional Modbus solution and adding the Modicon BM85 Bridge MUX. The BM-85 adds approximately $2700 (includes configuration programming of the BM-85) to the project cost and features up to 2 MB+ ports, plus 3 additional Modbus ports. The Modbus ports can be programmed as either masters or slaves. Using the BM-85, then, permits multiple masters to be connected to a single Modbus network (something that normally cannot be done). Status 6/96 Contact Application Note Tested Power Management Application Support 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 Wiring Specification - TD 17513, Modbus Gateway Manual - IL17545 *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors 5-4 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Multi-Drop Modbus Due to the point to point wiring restrictions associated with RS-232, modems or line drivers must be used to connect multiple Modbus Gateways to a single Modbus master. For example, the following diagram shows RS-232 to RS-485 line drivers being used to tie multiple Modbus Gateways back to a single BMS, DCS, or PLC interface. Modbus+ BM-85 RS232 See appendix A-4 For Pin Configuration IMPCABLE RS 485 MODBUS Interface Unit LD 485 LD 485 LD 485 Building Management System Distributed Control System or Programmable Logic Controller Note: The Modbus Gateway can be either a NETLINK Unit (NLM1) or a PC with PowerNet (PNED) and Modbus (NPCOREMOD) RS232 DB25M/DB9F Cat. Black Box: BC00301 MODBUS Gateway LD 485 RS232 DB25M/DB9F Cat. Black Box: BC00301 MODBUS Gateway MODBUS Gateway W IQ E ne rgy S entinel IMPCABLE Twisted Pair PONI Valu es kA incom in com Hi gh Load Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Reset Peak - MW Present - MW E nergy - kWH IA IB IC IG Ce ll No. S te p T RND

Digi trip RM S Rating Plug Long Delay S ettin g .5 Long Delay Time - S ec. Cat. Fram e Ratin g Breaker Trips T est Amps 6T Pr evi ous Le ve l F2 F3 F4 kA incom incom Tr ip RES Alarm Function Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH IA IB IC IG Cell No. Digitrip RMS 810 High Load AMPERE S EVNT HARM DEMD F1 Short Delay Tim e - S ec. .4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Inst. 3 .2 Inst. Test Trip Tes t Unit S tatus Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Value .5 10 Step Up Up Cat . Fra me Ratin g Down Program CH DEVICES Breaker T ri ps Test Amps 6T Shor t Dela y Tim e - S ec. Step Down

.4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. In st. .2 3 Step Gnd M1 - 8 M2 -1 0 T RND Pr ev ious Leve l F2 F3 F4 kA incom incom RES Alarm Inst. Test Trip Test Unit S tatus Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom High Load Function Value .5 Mode Protect ion Long Dela y Time - S ec. 10 Program CH DEVICES Breaker T ri ps T est Amps 6T Shor t Delay Time - Sec. Step Down .4 Gnd. Fault Ti me - Sec. In st. .2 Step M1 - 8 M2 -1 0 TRND Gnd Pr evi ous Le ve l PONI A MPERE S EVNT HARM F1 W RES Re set

372.81 371.25 373.47 F2 F3 Trip RES Alarm Function DEMD F4 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Value Home Battery Check 2 C Set Points S1 - 7 S2 - 8 4 0-60 Hz Only S hort Delay P ickup Gnd. Fault P ickup Do wn Help C at. F rame Ra ting Step Up HELP Progr am IA= IB= IC= S tep Di gitrip RMS Rating Plug Long Dela y Setting Home Up Westinghouse IQ Analyzer Reset Peak - MW Present - MW E nergy - kWH IA IB IC IG Cell No. Digitrip RMS 810 No rma l Ev ent Re lay Pr ogra m W 2.425 Westinghouse Digital Protection Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Trip AMPE RES EVNT HAR M DEMD F1 PONI Values W RES

Rese t 372.81 371.25 373.47 Battery Check 2 C Set Points Help S1 - 7 S2 - 8 40-6 0 Hz O nly S hort Delay P ick up Gnd. Fault P ick up HELP Progr am IA= IB= IC= Ste p PONI Normal Even t Relay Prog ram Westinghouse IQ Analyzer Reset Digitrip RMS Rat ing Plug Long Dela y Long Dela y S ettin g Time - S ec. Home Mode Protection IQ E n ergy S ent ine l W 2.425 Westinghouse Digital Protection Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Ba ttery Ch eck 2 C Gnd S 1-7 S 2-8 M1 - 8 M 2 -10 40-6 0 Hz On ly 10 Short Del ay Pickup Gnd. Faul t Pickup Values W RES Reset 372.81 371.25 373.47 W IQ E nergy S entine l PONI PONI Norma l Ev ent

Relay Pro gra m W 2.425 We stingho use Dig ital Protection Digitr ip RMS 810 W 3 Inst. Test Trip Test Unit Status Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Mode Protect ion Step Up Up Program Do wn Set Points HELP Program Help CH DEVICES As with the point-to-point Modbus connection shown on the previous page, the BM-85 may be added to provide Modbus+ access to the Modbus network. 5-5 Step Step Down C O N N E C T I V I T Y Configuration Modbus Gateway. CONI Card and Twisted Shielded Pair Interface Manufacturer Cutler-Hammer Application Bill of Material and Config. Communication to other kind of system: BMS, DCS, or PLC *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors Material Document Settings CONI-3 IL 17551 Address 300, IRQ 5, Mode 1 (Series-III), Mode 2 (PowerNet), BAUD 9600. (See appendix B-3 and B-4 for dip switches settings) To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, Interface Adapter Assy. Cat. Num. 8793C85G01. See appendix A-5, for configuration. To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, TYPE IMPCABLE or 9463 family. TD 17513 --- To connect the CONI with the

twisted pair of cables, RJ11 Cable. --- RJ11, less than 50 feet. See appendix A-5 for configuration. CH devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II, use BPONI in std. Mode) 5-6 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material Document Settings PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 500 MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For Series-III 16 MB RAM memory min., 32 MB recommended . For PowerNet 64 MB RAM memory min., 128 MB recommended. --- Comport 1: IRQ 4, Base Address 3F8 (hex) Comport 2: IRQ 3, Base Address 2F8 (hex) Series-III does not share interrupts. Thus delete any device (e.j. modem) on the comport to be used. NLM1 --- ---- --- Or NETLINK Modbus For one NETLINK MODBUS: To connect the Modbus Interface to the serial port of the PC (or NETLINK Modbus Unit). See appendix A-3 for pin requirements. If necessary for multiple Gateways to a single Modbus Interface (page 5-4): RS232/RS485 Line Driver Cat. Black Box: ME836A -R2 ME838A (recommended) See appendix C for configuration information To connect the RS232/RS485 LINE Black Box Cat. DRIVER to the serial port of the PC (or BC00301 NETLINK Unit): RS-232 Printer Cable, DB25M/DB9F See appendix A-1 for pin configuration (less than 50 feet long). To connect the RS232/RS485 LINE --DRIVER to the Modbus Interface Unit . See appendix A-4 for PIN requirements. ---- 5-7 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material Document Settings --2091A90G01 ------- Software for the PC: Windows 95, 3.11 or 98 Series III, (for each PC with INCOM devices connected) Net DDE Network Software Enhanced Graphics Carbon Copy (Remotely Possible) Modbus Add on software IL 17545 OR Windows NT PowerNet and Net Power Modbus --Cat. Num: PNEG

Cat. Num: NPCOREMOD ------- 5-8 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connection by NOTES: MINT CH devices can be connected to some Building Management Systems, Distributed Control Systems or PLCs through a MINT. The most frequent configuration is the following: INTERFACE MODULE Building Managements Systems Distributed Control System or PLC card RS232, 25 pins For pin requirements, see appendix A-4 IMPCABLE Twisted Pair MINT W IQ En e rgy S e ntin e l PONI Values kA incom High Load Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Reset Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH IA IB IC IG Cell No. Digitrip RMS 810 Step TRND Digitrip RMS Rating Plug Long Delay Long Delay Setting Time - Sec. .5 Cat. Frame Rating 40-60 Hz Only 10 Breaker Trips Test Amps 6T 2 Short Delay Time - Sec. C .4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Inst. .2 Gnd Previous Level W RES Reset 372.81

371.25 373.47 Trip F2 F3 F4 RES Alarm AMPERES EVNT HARM DEMD F1 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Function Value Home Battery Check Short Delay Pickup Gnd. Fault Pickup S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -10 PONI Normal Event Relay Program W 2.425 Westinghouse Digital Protection 3 Inst. Test Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Unit Status Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Mode Protection Step Up Up Program Down Set Points Step Down HELP Trip Test Program Help Step CH DEVICES However, in some cases we have to use a RS232/RS485 Line Driver as an interface between the MINT and the Interface Module or Card of the Building Management System, Distributed Control System or PLCs. The next pages show some examples of systems that can be connected with this structure. 5-9 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connecting to Honeywell BMS: Deltanet Graphic Central

Interface Manufacturer Honeywell Connection by MINT Supports Addressable Relay, Advantage (no control), ACM, AEM II, CMU, Digitrip RMS, Digitrip MV, IQ Energy Sentinel (breaker mount), IQ 1000II, IQ 500, IQ Data/Gen, IQ Data Plus II, Universal RTD An interface has been developed by Honeywell that allows the Honeywell system to act as a master on the INCOM network. This is done through a software driver loaded into the Delta Universal Gateway. This is a hardware module with an RS232 port and acts as the interface unit between the MINT and Deltanet Graphics Central. Status 6/96 Bill of Material* Contact Application Note Tested List of page 5-23 Supported CH Devices Local Honeywell Home and Building Control Sales Office Wiring Specification - TD 17513 *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors 5-10 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connecting to BMS ILEX Energy Management System Interface Manufacturer ILEX Connection by MINT Supports Digitrips, AEM II (Digitrips must communicate via the AEM II) An interface has been developed by ILEX EMS that allows the ILEX system to act as a master on the INCOM network. This is done through a software driver loaded into the ILEX 8110, an RTU with communications capability. Note that maximum of 17 Digitrips may be networked to each 8110 RTU. Status 6/96 Bill of Material* Contact Application Note Tested Digitrips and AEM IIs PONIs (where necessary) And List of page 5- 23 Local ILEX Representative or ILEX Systems 1988 Tarob Court Milpitas, CA 95035-6802 408/945-0294 Wiring Specification - TD 17513 *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors 5-11 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connecting to Johnson Controls BMS - Metasys Interface Manufacturer Johnson Controls Connection by MINT Supports IQ Data, IQ Generator, IQ Energy Sentinel, IQ Data Plus II, IQ 1000 II, Advantage, Digitrip RMS, AEM II, Digitrip MV, IQ Analyzer, IQ DP 4000 An interface has been developed by Johnson Controls that allows the Johnson Controls network (Metasys) to act as a master on the INCOM network. This is done through a software driver loaded into the JCI Metasys Integrator. This is a hardware module with an RS232 port and acts as the interface unit between the MINT II and Metasys. Status 6/96 Bill of Material* Contact

Application Note Tested List of page 5- 23 Supported CH Devices Local Johnson Controls Sales Office Wiring Specification - TD 17513 *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors 5-12 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connecting to BMS LANDIS & GYR POWERS SYSTEM 600 Factory Automation System Interface Manufacturer Landis & Gyr Powers Connection by MINT Supports IQ Data, IQ Generator, IQ Energy Sentinel(Breaker Mount), IQ Data Plus II, IQ-1000 II, Advantage, Digitrip 700/800, AEM II, Digitrip MV, IQ Transfer, IQ Analyzer The physical connection from the System 600 to INCOM is done via the Landis & Gyr Gateway Module. The Gateway Module connects to either the Mint II. Note that the Gateway Module supports 80 INCOM devices. Status 6/96 Bill of Material* Contact Application Note Tested List of page 5- 23 Supported CH Devices And a RS485/RS232 Converter to connect the Mint or PC to the Gateway Module of Landis System Local Landis & Gyr Sales Office or Landis & Gyr 1000 Deerfield Pky Buffalo Grove, IL 60089 847/215-1050 Wiring Specification - TD 17513 *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors 5-13 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connecting to BAILEY DCS - Network 90 Interface Manufacturer Bailey Controls Connection by MINT Supports Driver (supports or can be modified to support) all CH Devices. An interface has been developed by Bailey Controls that allows the Bailey network to act as a master on the INCOM network. This is done through a software driver loaded into the Bailey Multi-Function Process Module. This is a hardware module with an RS232 port and acts as the interface unit between the MINT II and Baileys Network 90. Status 6/96 Bill of Material* Contact Application Note Tested List of page 5- 23 Local Bailey Controls Sales Office Wiring Specification - TD 17513 *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors 5-14 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connecting to FOXBORO DCS -- Intelligent Automation (I/A) Series Interface Manufacturer Foxboro Connection by

MINT Supports IQ Data, IQ Generator, IQ DP II, AEM II, Digitrip 700/800(through AEMII), IQ 1000, IQ 500, Advantage, ACM, Energy Sentinel (breaker mount), RTD An interface has been developed by Foxboro that links INCOM with Foxboros Intelligent Automation (I/A) Series. The interface is done through the Foreign Device Gateway (FDG) a module with an RS232 port and loaded with an INCOM driver. Information is then sent from the FDG to the Foxboro Operator Workstation. Status 6/96 Bill of Material* Contact Application Note Tested List of Page 5- 23 Supported Devices Local Foxboro Sales Office Wiring Specification - TD 17513 *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors 5-15 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connecting to ALLEN BRADLEY - PLC 5, PLC 3, PLC 2, SLC5 Interface Manufacturer Real Time Automation Connection by MINT Supports Driver (supports or can be modified to support) all CH Devices A driver has been written by a third party system house that allows the Allen Bradley PLC to act as a master on the INCOM network. This is done through a software driver loaded into the A-B 2760-RB module. This card is defined by A-B as a flexible interface module, which has an RS 232 port, and operates on the A-B 1771 Universal I/O rack. This particular driver also adds additional capabilities for the user, such as manual/auto polling. RTA also has a similar driver written for the SLC5/ PLC. Status 6/96 Bill of Material* Contact Application Note Tested List of page 5- 23 Real Time Automation 5232 W. Oklahoma Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53219 (414)453-5100 Wiring Specification - TD 17513 *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors 5-16 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connecting to ALLEN BRADLEY - PLC 5, PLC 3, PLC 2 Interface Manufacturer Instrument Controls, Inc. Connection by MINT Supports Driver (supports or can be modified to support ) all CH devices A driver has been written by a third party system house that allows the Allen Bradley PLC to act as a master on the INCOM network. This is done through a software driver loaded into the A-B 2760-RB module. This card is defined by A-B as a flexible interface module, which has an RS 232 port, and operates on the A-B 1771 Universal I/O rack. This particular driver also adds additional capabilities for the user, such as manual/auto polling. Status 6/96 Bill of Material* Contact Application Note Tested List of page 5- 23 Instrument Controls, Inc. P.O. Box 7126 Pensacola, FL 32534

904/968-2191 Wiring Specification - TD 17513 *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors 5-17 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connecting to GE Fanuc - 90/70 PLC Interface Manufacturer Point Eight Connection by MINT Supports Advantage, CMU A driver has been written to allow the GE 90/70 PLC to communicate with Advantage starters and contacts through a CMU. This is done through the GE Programmable Co-Processor Module. The RS232 port on the module connects to the MINT II. Status 6/96 Bill of Material* Contact Application Note Tested List of page 5- 23 CMU and Advantage Starters PONIs (where necessary) Point Eight 1510 Engineers Road Belle Chase, LA 70037 504/394-6100 Wiring Specification - TD 17513 *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors 5-18 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connecting to SQUARE D - SY/MAX PLCs Interface Manufacturer Engage Networks Inc. Connection by MINT Supports IQ Data Plus II, Digitrip RMS, AEM II, Digitrip MV, Advantage A driver has been written by a third party systems house that allows the Square D SY/MAX to act as a master on the INCOM network. This is done through the Westinghouse Network Interface Module (WNIM). The WNIM is a communications card that is compatible with the entire line of SY/MAX PLCs. Status 6/96 Bill of Material* Contact Application Note Tested List of page 5- 23 Supported CH Devices Engage Networks Inc. 316 N. Milwaukee St., Ste. 214 Milwaukee, WI 53202 414-273-7600 CH Wiring Specification - TD 17513 *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors 5-19 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Bill of Material and Config. *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors Material Document Settings CH devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI

Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II, use BPONI in std. Mode) MINT II IL 17466 N, 8, 1, No Ack/Nack, BAUD 9600. (See appendix B-1 for dip switch settings.) To connect the MINT to the Module Interface of the BMS, DCS, or PLCs: RS-232 See appendix A-4 for pin requirements. -- -- To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, TYPE IMPCABLE or 9463 family. TD 17513 --- 5-20 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connection by NOTES: DIRECT INTERFACE Twisted Pair of Cable INCOM can be directly interfaced with some Building Management Systems, Distributed Control Systems or PLCs through the installation of some CARDS that allows direct access to the twisted pair of cables. The configuration is the following: Interface Card Building Managements Systems Distributed Control System or PLC interface card IMPCALE Twisted Pair W IQ En e rgy S e ntin e l PONI Values kA incom High Load Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Reset Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH IA IB IC IG Cell No. Digitrip RMS 810 Step TRND Digitrip RMS Rating Plug Long Delay Long Delay Setting Time - Sec. .5 Cat. Frame Rating 40-60 Hz Only 10 Breaker Trips Test Amps 6T 2 Short Delay Time - Sec. C .4

Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Inst. .2 Gnd Previous Level W RES Reset 372.81 371.25 373.47 Trip RES Alarm AMPERES EVNT HARM DEMD F1 F2 F3 F4 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Function Value Home Battery Check Short Delay Pickup Gnd. Fault Pickup S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -10 PONI Normal Event Relay Program W 2.425 Westinghouse Digital Protection 3 Inst. Test Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Mode Protection Unit Status Step Up Up Program Down Set Points Step Down HELP Trip Test Program Help

Step CH DEVICES The next pages show some examples of systems that can be connected with this structure. 5-21| C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connecting to Westinghouse DCS - WDPF Interface Manufacturer Westinghouse Process Control Division Connection by Twisted Pair of cables Supports Addressable Relay, Advantage, ACM, AEM II, CMU, Digitrip RMS, IQ Energy Sentinel (breaker mount), IQ 1000 II, IQ 500, IQ Data/Generator, IQ Data Plus II, Universal RTD Module INCOM can be directly interfaced with Westinghouse WDPF with the installation of a QLC card in the WDPF Distributed Processing Unit. The QLC card allows direct access to the INCOM twisted pair. Status 6/96 Bill of Material* Contact Application Note Tested List of page 5-27 Supported CH Devices PONIs (where necessary) Local Westinghouse PCD Sales Office or Westinghouse Process Control Division 200 Beta Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15238 412/963-4000 CH Wiring Specification - TD 17513 *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors 5-22 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Bill of Material and Config. *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors Material Document Settings CH devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II, use BPONI in std. Mode) To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, TYPE IMPCABLE or 9463 family. TD 17513 --- 5-23 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connecting to WESTINGHOUSE PLC: 50, 500, 2000 Series/ SIEMENS PLC: S5-90U, 100U, 115U Series Interface Manufacturer Westinghouse Distribution and Control Connection by Twisted Pair of cables Supports Advantage, Addressable Relays A direct interface has been developed between Westinghouse 50, 500, and 2000 Series PLCs and Advantage starters, contacts, and Addressable Relay II's. The NL 582 module allows the twisted pair to be brought directly into the PLC, eliminating the need for hardwiring to I/O modules. Status 6/96 Bill of Material* Contact

Application Note Tested List of page 5-31 Westinghouse 50, 500, or 2000 Series PLCs or Siemens 90U, 100U, 115U Series PLCs Advantage, Addressable Relays PONIs (where necessary) NL 582 Card Local Cutler-Hammer Sales Office or Advanced Products Support Center 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 Wiring Specification - TD 17513 *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors 5-24 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Bill of Material and Config. *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors Material Document Settings CH devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II, use BPONI in std. Mode) To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, TYPE IMPCABLE or 9463 family. TD 17513 --- Westinghouse PLC Series: 50, 500, or 2000. Or Siemens S5: 90U, 100U, 115U Series PLC --- --- NL 582 Card --- --- 5-25 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connecting to WESTINGHOUSE PLC: 50, 500, 2000 Series/ SIEMENS PLC: 90U, 100U, 115U Series Interface Manufacturer Westinghouse Distribution and Control Connection by Twisted Pair of cables Supports All CH Devices (waveform data from the IQ Analyzer and Digitrip 910 is not supported) A direct interface has been developed between Westinghouse 50, 500, and 2000 Series PLCs and CH compatible devices. The NL 583 module allows the twisted pair to be brought directly into the PLC, eliminating the need for hardwiring to I/O modules. Status 6/96 Bill of Material* Contact Application Note Tested List of page 5-33 Westinghouse 50, 500, or 2000 Series PLCs or Siemens 90U, 100U, 115U Series PLCs CH Devices PONIs (where necessary) NL 583 Card Local Cutler-Hammer Sales Office or Advanced Products Support Center 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 Wiring Specification - TD 17513 *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors 5-26 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Bill of Material and Config. *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors Material

Document Settings CH devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II, use BPONI in std. Mode) To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, TYPE IMPCABLE or 9463 family. TD 17513 --- Westinghouse PLC Series: 50, 500, or 2000. Or Siemens S5: 90U, 100U, 115U Series PLC --- --- NL 583 Card --- --- 5-27 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connection by NOTES: Special Configurations The next configurations are configuration that are slightly different from the previous ones. 5-28 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connecting to Siebe Environmental Controls Interface Manufacturer Siebe Environmental Controls Supports All CH Devices (waveform data from the IQ Analyzer and Digitrip 910 is not supported) An interface has been developed to link CH devices to Siebe Environmental Controls Ultivist software. This is done through a software driver loaded into the Ultivist workstation, a computer running the Ultivist Software. The interface can be done direct to the CONI card or the MINT. BMS OPERATOR WORKSTATION: Computer with CONI or MINT, INCOM Driver, and Ultivist Software IMPCABLE Twisted Pair W IQ En e rg y Se ntin el PONI Values Siebe Devices kA incom High Load Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Reset Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH IA IB IC IG Cell No. Digitrip RMS 810 Step TRND Digitrip RMS Rating Plug Long Delay

Long Delay Setting Time - Sec. .5 Cat. Frame Rating 40-60 Hz Only 10 Breaker Trips Test Amps 6T 2 Short Delay Time - Sec. C .4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Inst. 3 .2 Gnd Previous Level 372.81 371.25 373.47 AMPERES EVNT HARM F1 W RES Reset F2 F3 Trip RES Alarm Function DEMD F4 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Val ue Home Battery Check Short Delay Pickup Gnd. Fault Pickup S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -10 PONI Normal Event Relay Program W 2.425 Westinghouse Digital Protection Inst. Test Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Mode

Protection Unit Status Step Up Up Program Down Set Points Step Down HELP Trip Test Program Help Step CH DEVICES Status 6/96 Contact Application Note Tested Local Siebe Environmental Controls Representative or Siebe Environmental Controls 1701 Byrd Ave. Richmond, VA 23230 (804)289-4200 Wiring Specification - TD 17513 *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors 5-29 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Bill of Material and Config. *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors Material Document Settings CH devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II, use BPONI in std. Mode) To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, TYPE IMPCABLE or 9463 family. TD 17513 --- INCOM DRIVER --- --- MINT II IL 17466 N, 8, 1, No Ack/Nack, BAUD 9600. (See appendix B-1 for dip switch settings.) To connect the MINT to PC running Ultivist Software: RS-232 Printer Cable, DB25M/DB9F Black Box Cat. BC00301 See appendix A-1 for pin configuration Less than 50 feet long). CONI-3 IL 17551 Address 300, IRQ 5, Mode 1 (Series-III), Mode 2 (PowerNet), BAUD 9600. (See appendix B-3, and B4, for dip switches settings) To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, Interface Adapter Assy. Cat. Num. 8793C85G01. See appendix A-5, for configuration. To connect the CONI with the

twisted pair of cables, RJ11 Cable. --- RJ11, less than 50 feet. See appendix A-5 for configuration. 5-30 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connecting to FISHER-PROVOX - Provox / RM1 Interface Manufacturer Scalon Control Supports IQ Data Plus II's, IQ1000-II's, MMCO Relays An interface has been developed by a third party integrator for Fisher-Provox. This interface allows information from INCOM to be fed into the Fisher-Provox system through a Computer Highway Interface Package (CHIP). The CHIP pulls information directly from the CONI, and sends it to the Fisher-Provox control center. Personal Computer with CONI IMPCABLE Twisted Pair PONI CHIP To Fisher-Provox Control Center PONI W W Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Trip Trip RES Alarm Function Mode Protection RES Alarm Value Function Step Up Value Mode Protection Program Step Up Program Set Points Step Down Set Points HELP Step Down HELP Step Step CH DEVICES Status 6/96 Bill of Material* Contact Application Note Tested List of page 5-43 IQ Data Plus II's, IQ1000-II's, MMCO Relays PONIs (where necessary) Scalon Control 2455 W. Cardinal Dr. Beaumont, TX 77705 409/842-5932 Wiring Specification - TD 17513 *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors

5-31 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Bill of Material and Config. *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors Material Document Settings CH devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II, use BPONI in std. Mode) CONI-3 IL 17551 Address 300, IRQ 5, Mode 1 (Series-III), Mode 2 (PowerNet), BAUD 9600. (See appendix B-3 and B-4 for dip switches settings) To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, Interface Adapter Assy. Cat. Num. 8793C85G01. See appendix A-5, for configuration. To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, RJ11 Cable. --- RJ11, less than 50 feet. See appendix A-5 for configuration. To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, TYPE IMPCABLE or 9463 family. TD 17513 --- PC: PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 500 MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For Series-III 16 MB RAM memory min., 32 MB recommended . For PowerNet 64 MB RAM memory min., 128 MB recommended. --- --- 5-32 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material Document Settings Windows 95, 3.11, or 98 Series III --2091A90G01 ------- Windows NT PowerNet ----- ------- Software 5-33 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connecting to INTELLUSION Fix D-MACS Interface Manufacturer Gray Matter Solutions Supports All CH Devices (waveform data from the IQ Analyzer, Digitrip OPTIM and Digitrip 910 is not supported) A driver has been developed to link INCOM devices to Intellusions Fix DMacs software. The Interface is direct to the CONI card, using Series III or PowerNet as a DDE Server. Personal Computer with Intellusions Fix DMacs Software, Series III software, and a CONI card

IMPCABLE Twisted Pair IMPCABLE Twisted Pair W IQ E n erg y S entine l PONI Values kA IA IB IC IG incom Cell No . Digitrip RMS 810 High Load Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Reset Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH Step TRND Digitrip RMS Rating Plug Long Delay Long Delay Setting Time - Sec. .5 Cat. Frame Rating 40-60 Hz Only 10 Breaker Trips Test Amps 6T 2 Short Delay Time - Sec. C .4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Inst. 3 .2 Gnd Previo us Level W RES Reset 372.81 371.25 373.47 Trip RES Alarm AMPERES EVNT HARM DEMD F1 F2 F3 F4 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Function Value H ome Battery Check Short Delay

Pickup Gnd. Fault Pickup S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -10 PONI Normal Event Relay Program W 2.425 Westinghouse Digital Protection Inst. Test Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Mode Protection Program Set Points Step Down HELP Trip Test Unit Status Step Up Up Down Program He lp Step CH DEVICES Status 6/96 Contact Application Note Tested Power Management Application Support 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 Wiring Specification - TD 17513 *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors 5-34 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Bill of Material and Config. *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors Material Document Settings CH devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II, use BPONI in std. Mode) CONI-3 IL 17551 Address 300, IRQ 5, Mode 1 (Series-III), Mode 2 (PowerNet), BAUD 9600. (See appendix B-3,and B-4, for dip switches settings) To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, Interface Adapter Assy.

Cat. Num. 8793C85G01. See appendix A-5, for configuration. To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, RJ11 Cable. --- RJ11, less than 50 feet. See appendix A-5 for configuration. To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, TYPE IMPCABLE or 9463 family. TD 17513 --- The existing PC with Intellusion Fix DMacs software must have the next characteristics: PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 500 MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For Series-III 16 MB RAM memory min., 32 MB recommended . For PowerNet 64 MB RAM memory min., 128 MB recommended. --- --- 5-35 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material Document Settings Windows 95, 3.11, or 98 Series III Intellusions Fix DMacs software --2091A90G01 ------- Windows NT PowerNet Intellusions Fix DMacs software ----- ------- Software 5-36 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connecting to Power Measurement Limited (PML) Pegasys Interface Manufacturer PML (WWW.PML.COM) Supports PMLs Pegasys is an HMI and logging package manufactured for PMLs line of electronic metering including the ION7700, 7300 and 7300. PML meters uses Modbus RTU via RS-485. Pegasys 2.0 is advertised to be both a DDE Server (provides information to clients such as Excel and Wonderware) and a DDE Client (able to read from and write to NPDDE, Excel and Wonderware). Personal Computer with Pegasys Software Ethernet LAN CONI or MINT (via COM port) IMPCABLE Twisted Pair PowerNet Client and/or Wonderware IMPCABLE Twisted Pair W IQ Ene rg y Se ntin el PONI Values kA incom High Load Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Reset

Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH IA IB IC IG Cell No. Digitrip RMS 810 Step TRND Digitrip RMS Rating Plug Long Delay Long Delay Setting Time - Sec. .5 Cat. Frame Rat in g 40-60 Hz Only 10 Breaker Trips Test Amps 6T 2 Short Delay Time - Sec. C .4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Inst. 3 .2 Gnd PML DEVICES Status 6/96 Contact Application Note Previous Level RES Reset 372.81 371.25 373.47 Trip RES Alarm AMPERES EVNT HARM DEMD F1 F2 F3 F4 W Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Function Value Home Battery Check Short Delay Pickup Gnd. Fault Pickup S1- 7 S2- 8 M1 - 8 M 2 -10 PONI Normal Event Relay Program W 2.425

Westinghouse Digital Protection Inst. Test Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Mode Protection Program Set Points HELP Trip Test Unit Status Step Up Up Down Pro gram H elp Step CH DEVICES Not Tested Power Management Application Support 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 Wiring Specification - TD 17513 *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors 5-37 Step Down C O N N E C T I V I T Y Connecting to ASI Controls Interface Manufacturer ASI Controls (www.asicontrols.com) Supports ASI Controls manufactures Direct Digital Controls (DDC) for HVAC and light industrial customers. They sell controllers with digital inputs and outputs that are connected to variable air valve (VAV), fan coil units, roof top air conditioners. These DDC controllers connect to a network. They sell a 32-bit software package called ASIExpert that runs under Windows 95, 98 or NT. This is used to configure the ASI controllers connected to the VAVs, fan coil units, etc. They also sell a DDE Server that is loaded on any Windows PC. This software translates the messages from the COM1 through COM4 ports into DDE messages that are sent over a LAN. Ethernet LAN ASI Net Network Interface Unit Including ASI DDE Server Ethernet Gateway PowerNet Client with Wonderware to access data from: PowerNet - using NPDDE ASI-Net - using NetDDE with ASI DDEServer IPONI COM1 COM4 RS-485 IPONI VAV controller, etc. CH DEVICES VAV controller, etc. Status 6/96 Contact Application Note Not Tested

Power Management Application Support 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 Wiring Specification - TD 17513 *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors 5-38 C O N N E C T I V I T Y SECTION 6 COMMUNICATION WITH OTHERS MANUFACTURERS DEVICES AND NETWORKS Connecting Through ENHANCED GRAPHICS - Wonderware InTouch Interface Manufacturer Wonderware Supports All CH devices SERIES III and POWERNET is able to communicate with other manufacturers devices and networks through Enhanced Graphics. Linkage is done through DDE I/O Servers developed by either Wonderware or a third party integrators. A short list of available drivers is included below. A comprehensive and up-to-date list of Wonderware Intouch DDE I/O Servers can be found on the Internet at the following address: http://www.wonderware.com/partners/body/wondertools/ddeserv.asp Master or Slave or Peer DCS / BMS / PLC Computer with CONI, Series III, Enhanced Graphics, and DDE I/O Server (for other manufacturers system) Allen-Bradley - Data Highway/Data Highway Plus Bailey - Network 90 GE Fanuc - Genius, CCM 2, Series 90 IQ E n erg y S en ti ne l PONI Values kA IA IB IC IG incom Ce ll N o. Digitrip RMS 810 High Load Westinghouse IQ Analyzer IA= IB= IC= Reset Peak - MW Present - MW Energy - kWH Step TRND D igit rip RMS Rating Plug Long Dela y Long Delay Setting Ti me - Sec. .5 Cat. Frame Rat ing Breaker Trips Test Amps 6T 2 Short Dela y Time - Sec. C .4 Gnd. Fault Time - Sec. Inst. .2 Gnd Previous Level W RES Reset

372.81 371.25 373.47 Westinghouse IQ - 1000 II Trip F2 F3 F4 RES Alarm AMPERES EVNT HARM DE MD F1 Function Value Home B atter y Check Short Delay Pic kup Gnd. Fault Pickup S1 - 7 S2 - 8 M1 - 8 M2 -10 40- 60 Hz Only 10 Honeywell - Series 9000 Loop and Logic Controller PONI Normal Event Relay Program W 2.425 Westinghouse Digital Protection 3 Inst. Test Current Voltage Power (Watts) Power (Vars) Power (VA) Energy Demand Power Factor Frequency % THD Distortion Factor Custom Mode Step Up Protection Up Prog ram Down Set Points Step Down HELP Trip Test Unit Status Prog ram Honeywell - TDC 2000/3000 Energy Sentinel W Help Step Digitrip 810IQ AnalyzerIQ 1000 II

CH DEVICES Master or Slave or Peer Modicon - Modbus/Modbus Plus Power Measurement Limited (PML) Siemens - H1, 3964R, Profibus Square D - SY/LINK, SY/NET, SY/MAX TI - TIWAY Westinghouse - 3964R, H1, L1, Numalogic plus 300 additional protocols. 6-1 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Status 6/96 Contact Application Note Tested Power Management Application Support 800/809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814 or Local Wonderware Distributor CH Wiring Specification - TD 17513 *NOTE: Complete Bill of Material must also include hardware/software from other vendors 6-2 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Configuration Application Enhanced Graphics Communication with other manufacturers devices and networks Bill of Material and Config. Material Document Settings CONI-3 IL 17551 Address 300, IRQ 5, Mode 1 (Series-III), Mode 2 (PowerNet), BAUD 9600. (See appendix B-3 and B-4, for dip switches settings) To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, Interface Adapter Assy. Cat. Num. 8793C85G01. See appendix A-5, for configuration. To connect the CH Devices, Twisted Pair of Cable, TYPE IMPCABLE or 9463 family. TD 17513 --- To connect the CONI with the twisted pair of cables, RJ11 Cable. --- RJ11, less than 50 feet. See appendix A-5 for configuration. CH devices and PONIs where necessary IL 17547, IPONI IL 17361, BPONI IL 17408, WPONI Different address for each device, 9600 BAUD (for the IQ1000II, use BPONI in std. Mode) PC, Pentium, 266 MHz., Hard Disk memory 500 MB free min., VGA monitor, SVGA recommended, For Series-III 16 MB RAM memory min., 32 MB recommended . For PowerNet 64 MB RAM memory min., 128 MB recommended. --- --- 6-3 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Material Document Settings --2091A90G01

------- Software Windows 95, 3.11, or 98 Series III Enhanced Graphics and Enhanced Graphics DDE I/O Server (for other manufacturers Systems) OR Windows NT PowerNet NetPower Integrator -----Cat. Num: PNEG ---Cat. Num: NPID60K 6-4 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Appendix A: Pin Cables for connecting the MINT-II. AT MODEM CABLE Configuration Configuration of PINS RS-232, AT MODEM CABLE, DB9F /DB25M, Cat. Black Box BC00301 AT MODEM CABLE COMPUTE R RS-232 Serial Port MINT OR DRIVER 25 PIN FEMALE 9 PIN MALE MALE DATA TERMINAL EQUIPMENT (DTE) 9 PIN FEMALE FEMALE DATA COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT (DCE) 25 PIN MALE 9 PIN X RECEIVE DATA TRANSMIT DATA DATA TERMINAL READY GROUND DATA SET READY REQUEST TO SEND CLEAR TO SEND X 25 PIN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 20 X TRANSMIT DATA RECEIVE DATA REQUEST TO SEND CLEAR TO SEND DATA SET READY GROUND X DATA TERMINAL READY Where: RECEIVE DATA = TRANSMIT DATA = DATA TERMINAL READY = GROUND = DATA SET READY = REQUEST TO SEND = CLEAR TO SEND = RXD TXD DTR GND DSR RTS CTS A-1

C O N N E C T I V I T Y Appendix A: Pin Cables for connecting the MINT-II NULL MODEM CABLE Configuration Configuration of PINS RS-232, NULL MODEM CABLE, Cat. Black Box EYN250-0010, 25M/25M. NULL MODEM CABLE DRIVER MINT 25 PIN FEMALE 25 PIN FEMALE DATA COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT (DCE) 25 PIN MALE DATA COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT (DCE) 25 PIN MALE 25 PIN DCE X TRANSMIT DATA RECEIVE DATA REQUEST TO SEND CLEAR TO SEND DATA SET READY GROUND DATA TERMINAL READY 25 PIN DCE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 20 X TRANSMIT DATA RECEIVE DATA REQUEST TO SEND CLEAR TO SEND DATA SET READY GROUND DATA TERMINAL READY Where: RECEIVE DATA = TRANSMIT DATA = DATA TERMINAL READY = GROUND = DATA SET READY = REQUEST TO SEND = CLEAR TO SEND = RXD TXD DTR GND DSR RTS CTS A-2 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Appendix A: Pin Requirements for Serial Ports of PCs and Ethernet Bridges, and Modbus Gateways (NetLinks) Configuration PIN Requirements for RS-232 Ports INTERFACE MODULE COMPUTE R or NETLINK RS-232 Serial Port (BMS, DCS, PLC, or MODBUS INTERFACE UNIT) CABLE XX PIN

9 PIN MALE MALE DATA TERMINAL EQUIPMENT (DTE) -9 PIN FEMALE 9 PIN MALE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 X RECEIVE DATA TRANSMIT DATA X GROUND X REQUEST TO SEND CLEAR TO SEND X XX PIN Where: RECEIVE DATA = TRANSMIT DATA = DATA TERMINAL READY = GROUND = DATA SET READY = REQUEST TO SEND = CLEAR TO SEND = RXD TXD DTR GND DSR RTS CTS NOTE: CTS must be TRUE (HIGH) for port to transmit data. The typical solution is to jumper RTS to CTS. A-3 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Appendix A: Pin Requirements DCE Configuration PIN Requirements for DCE, 25 PINS INTERFACE MODULE (BMS, DCS, PLC, or MODBUS INTERFACE UNIT) CABLE MINT XX PIN 25 PIN FEMALE -- FEMALE DATA COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT (DCE) 25 PIN MALE XX PIN DATA TERMINAL EQUIPMENT (DTE) MODEM OR MINT (DC E) DATA SET 25F PIN 2 3 4 5 7 DATA TERMINAL EQUIPMENT (DTE) XX PIN RXD TXD RTS CTS GND

TXD RXD CTS RTS GND Where: RECEIVE DATA = TRANSMIT DATA = REQUEST TO SEND = CLEAR TO SEND = GROUND = RXD TXD RTS CTS GND A-4 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Appendix A: Pin Cables for connecting CONI-III RJ-11 Cable Configuration Configuration of PINS RJ-11 CABLE and Interface Adapter Assy , Cat. 8793C85G01 IMPCABLE RJ-11 and Interface Adapter RJ-11 Cable, less than 50 feet RJ-11 Jack RJ-11 Plug RJ-11 Plug RJ-11 Jack Phoenix Connector 3 Shield 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 2 Net 2 1 Net 1 CONI-III CARD Interface Adapter Assembly RJ-11 CABLE COLOR CODE: 1 Gray Wire (may not be present) 2 Black Wire 3 Red Wire 4 Green Wire 5 Yellow Wire 6 Blue Wire (may not be present) IMPCABLE A-5 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Appendix A: RJ-45 Pin Cables Configuration Configuration of PINS RJ-45 CABLE Straight Cable 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5

5 6 6 7 7 8 8 Cross-Over Cable 1 3 2 6 3 1 4 5 5 4 6 2 7 8 8 7 A-6 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Appendix B: DIP SWITCH SETTING MINT-II Configuration of dip switches MINT-II For more information, refer to I.L. 17466 Configuration This table shows the possible configuration of the MINT-IIs dip switches. On the next page, we can see the typical configurations for the MINT-II when it is connected to the serial port of a PC or to a DRIVER (it could be line driver, fiber optic driver, modem, etc.) 1200 2400 9600 19.2K RS-232 BAUD INCOM BAUD 1200 9600 STOP BITS 2 BITS 1 BIT MODEM CONTROL NO RTS/CTS RTS/CTS USED ACK/NACK BYTE NOT SENT SENT HANDSHAKE BYTE SENT NOT SENT 1 O N SW1 SW2 ON OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF SW3

SW4 SW5 SW6 SW7 ON OFF 2 ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF 3 4 5 6 7 8 Dip switches on the front of MINT-II Here the dip switches are shown in closed position Dip switch 8 not used B-1 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Appendix B: DIP SWITCH SETTING MINT-II Configuration Typical Configuration MINT-II For more information, refer to I.L. 17466 Configuration of a MINT-II connected to a PC 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 O N MINT-II connected to a PCs serial port (as DATA TERMINAL EQUIPMENT, DTE) RS-232 BAUD = 9600, INCOM = BAUD 9600 (all INCOM devices must be set at the same BAUD rate), no RTS/CTS (Request To Send/Clear To Send), no HAND SHAKE N, 8, 1, No Ack / Nack. Configuration of a MINT-II connected to LINE DRIVER, FIBER OPTIC DRIVER, or MODEM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 O N MINT-II connected to a MODEM or DRIVER (as DATA COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT, DCE) RS-232 BAUD = 9600, INCOM = BAUD 9600 (all INCOM devices must be set at the same BAUD rate), RTS/CTS (Request To Send/Clear To Send), no HAND SHAKE N, 8, 1, No Ack / Nack. Note: the use of RTS/CTS handshaking is optional for 4-wire point-to-point (non-multipoint) applications. For point-to-point applications, it is acceptable to set DIP switch 5 ON. Make sure that the modem/line driver is set to constant transmit carrier, not switched carrier using RTS. B-2 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Appendix B: DIP SWITCH SETTING CONI-III Configuration Typical Configuration. CONI-III for SERIES-III For more information, refer to I.L. 17551 NOTE: SWITCH 1 ON THE RIGHT (4 Dip Switches)

SWITCH 3 ON THE LEFT Configuration of a CONI-III install in a PC SWITCH 3 ADDRESS 300 HEXADECIMAL 200 Hex 100 Hex 080 Hex 040 Hex 020 Hex 010 Hex 1 2 3 4 5 6 O N For other addresses refer to I.L. 17551A SWITCH 2 INTERRUPT SELECTION NUM. 5 IRQ 3 IRQ4 IRQ7 IRQ9 3 4 5 NOT USED O N 1 SWITCH 1 MODE 1 BAUD 9600 and MASTER IRQ5 2 6 MODE 2 1200 BAUD SLAVE NOT USED MODE 1 9600 BAUD MASTER NOT USED 1 2 O N 3 Note: Mode 1 must be used with Series III. Either Mode 1 or Mode 2 can be used with PowerNet. Mode 2 uses a faster block mode this is usually desirable. Refer to your PowerNet documentation for more info.

4 B-3 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Appendix B: DIP SWITCH SETTING CONI-III Configuration Typical Configuration. CONI-III for PowerNet For more information, refer to I.L. 17551 NOTE: SWITCH 1 ON THE RIGHT (4 Dip Switches) SWITCH 3 ON THE LEFT Configuration of a CONI-III install in a PC SWITCH 3 ADDRESS 300 HEXADECIMAL 200 Hex 100 Hex 080 Hex 040 Hex 020 Hex 010 Hex 1 2 3 4 5 6 O N For other addresses refer to I.L. 17551A SWITCH 2 INTERRUPT SELECTION NUM. 5 IRQ 3 IRQ4 IRQ7 IRQ9 3 4 5 NOT USED O N 1 SWITCH 1 MODE 2 BAUD 9600 and MASTER IRQ5 2 6 MODE 2 1200 BAUD SLAVE NOT USED MODE 1 9600 BAUD MASTER NOT USED 1

2 O N 3 Note: Mode 1 must be used with Series III. Either Mode 1 or Mode 2 can be used with PowerNet. Mode 2 uses a faster block mode this is usually desirable. Refer to your PowerNet documentation for more info. 4 B-4 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Appendix C: Modem/Line Driver Configuration Configuration Later RS-485 RS-232 25 PIN MALE 9 PIN FEMALE ME 838 MODBUS GATEWAY TXA TXB 2 3 4 5 6 7 20 RXA RXB TXD RXD RTS CTS DSR GND DTR 25 PIN FEMALE RS-485 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 COM1 9 PIN MALE RS-232 ME 838 TXA TXB TO REMOTE RXA RXB 25 PIN FEMALE B-5 C O N N E C T I V I T Y Index of Companies Company Product Page Allen-Bradley Data Highway, Data Highway Plus PLC 5, PLC 3, PLC 2 PowerMonitor 1400 6-1 5-3, 5-9, 5-16 Bailey Controls Network 90 5-2, 5-9, 5-14, 6-1 Fisher-Provox Provox/RM1 5-2, 5-31

Foxboro I/A Series 5-2, 5-9, 5-15 GE Power Leader 4-1 GE Fanuc Genius, CCM2, Series 90 90/70 PLC 6-1 5-3, 5-9, 5-18 Honeywell Deltanet Graphic Central TDC 3000, TDC 2000, Series 9000 Loop and Logic Controller 5-1, 5-9, 5-10 6-1 6-1 Intellusion Fix D-MACS 5-34 ILEX Systems ILEX Management System 5-1, 5-9, 5-11 Johnson Controls Metasys 5-1, 5-9, 5-12 Landis & Gyr Powers System 600 5-1, 5-9, 5-13 Modicon Modbus, Modbus Plus 6-1 Power Measurements Ltd Pegasys 3710, 3720 5-37 Siebe Environmental Controls Ultivist Software 5-1, 5-29 Siemens Sieserve, WinPM H1, 3964R 100U,115U Series PLCs 4700 Digital Power Meter 4-1 6-1 5-3, 5-21, 5-24 Square D System Manager SY/LINK, SY/MAX, SY/NET SY/MAX PLCs 4-1 6-1 5-3, 5-9, 5-19 TI TIWAY 6-1 Westinghouse PLC 50, 500, 2000 Series H1, 3964R, L1, Numalogic 5-3, 5-21, 5-24 6-1 Westinghouse WDPF WDPF 5-2, 5-21, 5-22 For further information contact the Power Management Application Support (APSC) at 1-800-809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814. For referenced documents (ILs, TDs, Application Notes) contact APSC or dial FRED (Fax Retrieval of Engineering Documents) at 412-494-3745. C O N N E C T I V I T Y

Glossary Addressable Relay II A digital input/output device that monitors through status inputs and controls through a Form C contact output. Advantage A line of NEMA starters and contactors that are able to communicate information on the INCOM network. AEM II (Assemblies Electronic Monitor II) A device that displays the information from up to 40 Digitrip devices. Baud A measurement of digital communications speed. Baud refers to the number of signal line transitions per second. Baud is not the same as bits per second, but common usage makes it so. BIM (Breaker Interface Module) A device that displays the information of up to 50 circuit breakers equipped with Digitrip RMS 810/910, OPTIM trip units, and/or Energy Sentinels or Universal Energy Sentinels. The BIM is also used to program and test OPTIM trip units. Building Management System A system that monitors and controls a buildings environmental control (HVAC - Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning), energy management, maintenance management, lighting control, and fire management. CED (Central Energy Display) A device that displays energy and power information from up to 50 IQ Energy Sentinels and IQ Data Plus II's. CONI (Computer Operated Network Interface) A card that mounts in the expansion slot of an IBM or IBM-compatible AT-type bus computer. The card contains the INCOM chip, allowing communications with INCOM device. CMU (Central Monitoring Unit) A device that displays information from up to 99 Advantage starters, contactors, or IQ 500s. CSV (Comma Separated Variable) Data file format where entries are separated by commas, CSV files are used in spreadsheet applications (e.g. Microsoft Excel, Lotus 1-2-3). Daisy-Chain A data communications topology where devices are connected one after another. Other topologies include ring and star. DDE ( Dynamic Data Exchange) A standard Microsoft and IBM communication protocol, DDE allows programs to easily and freely exchange data with one another. DDE is the communications standard that allows Microsoft Windows applications to communicate easily. Digiboard A card installed in the computer which allows for up to eight serial connections. (Series III can support two Digiboards.) For further information contact the Power Management Application Support (APSC) at 1-800-809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814. For referenced documents (ILs, TDs, Application Notes) contact APSC or dial FRED (Fax Retrieval of Engineering Documents) at 412-494-3745. C O N N E C T I V I T Y Digitrip RMS Solid-state, low voltage, circuit breaker trip unit for use in types DS, DSL, SPB, and Series C R-Frame Circuit Beakers. Provides circuit protection, information, integral testing, and energy monitoring functions. Digitrip RMSs communicate directly with INCOM and can also be networked through an AEM II or BIM. Digitrip OPTIM Solid-state, low voltage, circuit breaker trip unit for use in types DS, SPB, and Series C Circuit Beakers. Provides circuit protection, information, integral testing, and energy monitoring functions. Digitrip OPTIMs communicate directly with INCOM and can also be networked through a BIM. Digitrip MV Solid-state circuit breaker overcurrent relay. Provides selectable circuit protection, information, operator conducted testing, and remote communications capability with INCOM. Distributed Control System (DCS) An integrated system that provides process control and data acquisition functions. Used extensively by all continuous process industries including pulp and paper, petrochemical, waste-water, and power generation. Driver A software program that establishes a communications link between two microprocessor based device. Enhanced Graphics An IBM personal computer based graphics package, used in conjunction with Series III, that provides supervisory control, monitoring, and data acquisition. Gateway Interface A selectable option in Series III that allows INCOM information to be passed through the computer serial port into another computer, PLC, or system. The information (protocol) sent is identical to that of the MINT II (see MINT II). INCOM (Industrial Communications) Refers to the protocol used on the INCOM network. IMPACC Integrated Monitoring Protection and Control Communications. Refers to the Cutler-Hammer communications network for electrical distribution systems. IQ 500 A solid-state overload relay that provides current based overload protection for a motor. IQ 1000 II A solid-state motor protective relay that provides current and temperature protection and monitoring for a motor. IQ Analyzer A solid state premier power quality meter. Performs all the metering functions of the IQ Data Plus II as well providing extensive power quality information, waveform analysis, detailed information on trends, recorded events/alarms, harmonic distortion, and peak demands of current and power. IQ Data A solid-state metering device that monitors voltage and current. For further information contact the Power Management Application Support (APSC) at 1-800-809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814. For referenced documents (ILs, TDs, Application Notes) contact APSC or dial FRED (Fax Retrieval of Engineering Documents) at 412-494-3745. C O N N E C T I V I T Y IQ Data Plus II A solid-state metering device that monitors current, voltage, watts, vars, power factor, demand watts, frequency, and watt-hours. IQ Energy Sentinel A breaker mounted, solid-state metering device that monitors watts, watt-hours, and peak demand for Series C Breakers. IQ Generator A solid-state metering device that monitors voltage, current and frequency. IQ Universal Energy Sentinel A DIN rail or panel-mounted, solid state metering device that monitors watts, watt-hours, and peak demand where Series C breakers are not used. MINT (Master INCOM Network Translator) A device that translates the 33 bit INCOM signal into a 10-bit ASCII message. There are two ports on the MINT II, an INCOM port and an RS232 port. This allows for RS 232 communications to a computer, programmable controller, or other system. Modbus A communications protocol that stipulates how data is transmitted across a serial bus. Modbus is commonly used for industrial communications and distributed control systems. Modbus Gateway A device that translates the INCOM signal to Modbus protocol and communicates it over RS 232 transmission media. The gateway can either be a stand alone unit or a computer with Series III and Modbus Software. The latter is done by using the computers serial port as a Gateway Interface. Protocol Communications term referring to the format in which data messages are transmitted. PONI (Product Operated Network Interface) A communications module that attaches to an INCOM compatible device and allows the device to communicate to the system master. Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) A solid state device used to control, monitor, and regulate industrial machines and processes.

RS 232 / RS 485 / RS 422 Various communication standards referencing how information is sent between microprocessor controlled devices. RS232 PONI (Product Operated Network Interface) A communications module that attaches to an INCOM compatible device. The RS 232 PONI allows the device to communicate with a system master using a 10 byte ASCII RS232 signal. The RS 232 PONI is used on networks where only one device (or AEM II, CMU, CED) is required. Series III A complete monitoring and control software package for the INCOM network. Series III is Microsoft Windows based and runs on a personal computer. For further information contact the Power Management Application Support (APSC) at 1-800-809-2772 (USA and Canada) or 412-490-6814. For referenced documents (ILs, TDs, Application Notes) contact APSC or dial FRED (Fax Retrieval of Engineering Documents) at 412-494-3745. Revision History 6/5/00 4/14/00 3/17/00 2/14/00 11/2/99 9/8/99 7/26/99 7/7/99 6/22/99 5/10/99 5/3/99 3/31/99 3/4/99 3/4/99 3/1/99 (DGL) Pages 4-1, 4-7 Beckwith Relay information added. (DGL) Pages 5-1, 5-38 ASI Controls information added (DGL) Pages 4-4, 4-5 corrections (DGL) Pages 5-4, 5-5 added information on Modbus Plus (DGL) Page 4-4 Profibus interface info added (DGL) Page 4-5 added Square D interface information (DGL) Page 4-4 Included informaiton on Siemens SEABus and Static Trip III trip units (DGL) Page 5-16 Changed C&I to Real Time Automation. Included the SLC5 driver to INCOM. (DGL) Page 4-2 added info on GE Waveform Client software (DGL) Pages 1-2,-5,-8, 2-7,-9,-11,-13,-16, 3-19,-23,-28,-33, 4-4, 5-7,-32 -35, 6.3 increased recommended PowerNet free storage requirement from 100 MB free HD to 500 MB free HD, required RAM from 32 MB to 64, recommended RAM from 64 MB to 128 Pages 2-1,-2,-3,-13 updated with additional information regarding radio modems (DGL) Pages 2-10, 3-12 updated catalog numbers replaced old dial-up modems with V.Everything modems (DGL) Page 67 updated information on COMNET distances, number of nodes per segment (DGL) Page 5-37 (106) Power Measurements Limited (PML) Pegasys information added. (DGL) Changed 1-3, 2-12, 3-14 info regarding radio modems (must use 4/99 MINT firmware and PowerNet (not S3) (DGL) Added catalog number information for Phoenix surge protection equipment (DGL) Added information on surge protection of INCOM line. (DGL) Page B-4 (Appendix C) added. (DGL) Page 67 (GE device interfacing) added catalog numbers for Modbus Concentrator and GE EMP that supports Modbus (DGL) Added final page showing revision history

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