CVG Technical Presentation - Honeywell

CVG Technical Presentation - Honeywell

Compact I/O Modules XIO Family Technical Overview Presentation XIO Compact I/O Family Features XIO Compact I/O are distributed I/O for use with the Honeywell XL5000 product line. - Additional I/O for XL50 or XL500 controllers - Easy installation via LNS Plug-in - Small profile allows for installation in otherwise hard to reach areas The XIO Compact I/O family fills out Honeywells already robust distributed I/O offering - XIO Compact I/O - XFL Distributed I/O - XFC Smart I/O OS Number

Applications XIO-10DI 10 Digital Inputs XIO-4DI 4 Digital Inputs XIO-4DO 4 Digital Outputs XIO-8AI 8 Analog Inputs XIO-4NTC 4 20K NTC Inputs

XIO-4PT1000 4 Platinum 1000 Inputs XIO-4AO 4 Analog Outputs XIO-10HUB Hub expander module XIO Compact I/O The XIO Compact I/O offers these distinguishable features: Easy installation - DIN rail mounting - Only 2 twisted pair wires for up to 15 modules. first module then link 14 more to the first Run 24VAC and Lon Network cable to

Easy to expand - Pick and chose the right number of I/O for each job. No longer have unused I/O on the job Eye-pleasing form factor - No complex buttons or switches Compact - Very small profile. Install in places other modules couldnt fit Save time and money - No need to run extra wire for 24VAC and Lon network saves labor time and wire costs Range of input and output types and sensors - 8 Modules: DI, DO, AI, AO and a HUB expander module Nomenclature Family Designation XIO = Compact I/O

Number of Inputs/Outputs 4 = 4 total inputs or outputs 8 = 8 total inputs or outputs 10 = 10 total inputs or outputs XIO - 8AI Input/Output Type DI = Digital Input DO = Digital Output AO = Analog Output AI = Analog Input NTC = Specific 20K NTC Analog Input PT1000 = Specific Platinum 1000 Analog Input HUB = Free Contacts Compact I/O Modules XIO Family Module Descriptions XIO-10DI LON module with 10 digital inputs

Record the status of potential free switches (dry contacts) - electronic limit switches at vent valves or auxiliary contacts at power contactors - record counted measurands at counters with contactor. Terminals 1 - 10 and the C (common) input contacts can be connected to potential free switches (dry contacts) States and counted measurands are read out by standard network variables and bound to XL500 or XL50 controllers Configuration is done by LNS Plug-in XIO-4DI LON module with 4 digital inputs Record the status of potential free switches (dry contacts) - electronic limit switches at vent valves or

auxiliary contacts at power contactors - record counted measurands at counters with contactor. Terminals 1 - 4 and C (common) input contacts can be connected to potential free switches (dry contacts) States and counted measurands are read out by standard network variables and bound to XL500 or XL50 controllers Configuration is done by LNS Plug-in XIO-4DO LON module with 4 digital outputs Switch electrical components - motors, contactors, lamps, blinds etc. Relays activated by standard network variables Manual control override function that is only activated in the "Configured Mode"

Configuration is done by LNS Plugin XIO-8AI LON module with 8 configurable temperature or voltage analog inputs Record temperatures and voltages of passive and active sensors - electrical ventilation and mixing valves, valve positions Different formats can be read out depending on the setting for each input, and bound to other LonMark devices - Temperature, resistance, percentage and voltage Supply voltage for active sensors can be provided by the module. Configuration is done by LNS Plugin 0

XIO-4NTC LON module with 4 specific analog inputs for 20K NTC sensors Inputs can be scanned simultaneously by standard network variables, SNVT 1 XIO-4PT1000 LON module with 4 specific analog inputs for Platinum 1000 sensors Inputs can be scanned simultaneously by standard network variables, SNVT 2 XIO-4AO LON module with 4 analog outputs Outputs are activated proportionally

by the network variables, SNVTs Provide a voltage between 0 and 10 Volts Outputs can be set to a previously defined value depending on a binary state Manual overrides included Configuration is done by LNS Plugin 3 XIO-10HUB Extension Module Provides additional potential free contacts as supporting contacts to connect digital outputs, analog outputs, etc. Six contacts each are interconnected. A maximum of 60 volts can be applied to the contacts. The extension module can be used as a power on module for bus connection, supply voltage and potential distribution. Compact I/O Modules XIO Family Hardware Installation Procedures

5 Installation Mounts on standard DIN rail - EN 50022 (1.38 x 0.3 in. [35 x 7.5 mm]), in. Power down the equipment. Mount the module on the DIN rail. 6 Installation Plug in the terminal block for bus connection. 7 Installation Prepare the cable for bus connection - Remove about 0.79 in. (2 cm) of the plastic cable sheath. - Strip 0.2 in. (5 mm) insulation from each wire. Put a wire end sleeve on -

stranded wires. Insert the wire to the respective contact and secure it by screwing down the contact screw Maximum wire cross section of the 4 pole terminal block bus/main connection Maximum 16 AWG (1.5 mm2) single wire Maximum 18 AWG (1.0 mm2) stranded wire Wire diameter minimum 28 AWG (0.3 mm) up to 16 AWG (1.4 mm) 8 Installation Prepare cable for module connections. - Strip the wires by 0.3 in. (7 mm). Put a wire end sleeve on stranded wires. - Insert the wire into the respective module contact and secure it by screwing - down the contact screw Maximum wire cross section of the module contacts Maximum 12 AWG (4.0 mm2) single wire Maximum 14 AWG (2.5 mm2) stranded wire Wire diameter: minimum 28 AWG (0.3 mm) up to maximum 10 AWG (2.7 mm).

9 Installation Use the strapping plug to connect bus and supply voltage when the modules are mounted in series The maximum number of modules connected in series is 15 with each group needing an external power supply. 0 Wiring Examples XIO-10DI 1 Wiring Examples XIO-8AI 2 Wiring Examples XIO-10HUB Compact I/O Modules

XIO Family System Setup 4 System Setup The XIO do not have processing power of their own and must be bound to one of the following controllers XL50 XL500 Smart XL500 5 XL50 XL50 XIO-10HUB

XIO-10DI Lon Bus XIO-4AO XIO-4DI XIO-4DO XIO-4NTC XIO-4PT1000 XIO-8AI 6 XL50 How many I/O can one XL50 support? Best case:

22 physical + 46 Remote IO mapped to NVs = 68 Practical number: 22 physical + 18 Remote IO mapped to NVs = 40 This allows 28 NVs for scheduling, trending, and alarming 7 XL500 XL500 XIO-10HUB XIO-10DI Lon Bus XIO-4AO

XIO-4DI XIO-4DO XIO-4NTC XIO-4PT1000 XIO-8AI 8 XL500 Smart XL500 Smart XIO-10HUB XIO-10DI Lon Bus

XIO-4AO XIO-4DI XIO-4DO XIO-4NTC XIO-4PT1000 XIO-8AI 9 XL500 and XL500 Smart How many I/O points can one XL500 or XL500 Smart support? Best Case 128 physical points + 253 pseudo points (Remote IO mapped to NVs) = 381 I/O points Practical Number 128 physical points + 62 pseudo points (Remote IO mapped to NVs) = 190 I/O points

Need to leave enough pseudo points (~190) for the XL500 application and for NVs mapping to XL10s. Common XL10 NV binding include schedules, setpoints or displaying values on MMI. Compact I/O Modules XIO Family Software Configuration Procedure 1 Installation Guide General Ensure that all active applications are closed. Also check the configurations of security tools for example firewalls (ZoneAlarm, NortonSecurity, WinXP) so, that WinSocket based communication over Ports with the POET data server will be allowed. Program requirements have to checked before running installation of LON-PlugIns. Please preinstall programs and update all needed programs. Ensure the sequence of installations, updates and patches.

Program Version Note Manufacturer LNS-Version 3.08.05 (required) Echelon LonMaker 3.10.52 (optional) Echelon Care 5.01/7.01 (optional) Honeywell 2 Installation Guide System requirements Make sure your operating system is supported. If

supported also check the minimum required service pack. - Higher numbers of service packs supported, but lower versions are not. Operating System WIN NT 4.0 WIN 98 SE WIN 2000 WIN XP WIN Server 2003 Service pack Note . SP 6 (not recommended) (supported) SP 4 (supported) SP 2 (supported) (supported)

3 Installation Guide Installation process Download the Plug-ins here: - http://plugin.ge51.honeywell.de/ Two installation packages are included. Depending on Microsofts Windows Installer service. Honeywell US XIO-PlugIns.exe - (Plug-Ins + Windows Installer 2.0) Honeywell US XIO-PlugIns.msi - (Plug-Ins) 4 Installation Guide Windows Inst service is installed and version is the same or higher as V 2.0. Select the software package with (.msi) extension and double click. Immediately the installation process of LON-PlugIns will

be started. Following the instructions of the slide titled Installation Modes 5 Installation Guide Windows Inst service is NOT installed or version is lower than V 2.0. Select the software package with (.exe) extension and double click. The installation process of Windows Installer service will begin first and the installation process of LON-PlugIns will be started afterwards. Following the instructions of the slide titled Installation Modes. 6 Installation Guide Installation modes During the installation process you have 3 choices of installation modes

- Standard - Complete - Customize Structure of directories, subdirectories and files will be installed - \LonWorks\PlugIns\Honeywell US\XIO V 1.x\[PlugIns] - \LonWorks\PlugIns\Honeywell US\XIO V 1.x \SensorFiles\ - \LonWorks\Import\Honeywell US\XIO\Version1\[LonApplications] - \LonWorks\types\User\Honeywell US\[FileSet] 7 Installation Guide Installation modes All LON-Plug-Ins will be copied into subdirectory - "...\LonWorks\PlugIns\Honeywell US\XIO V 1.x". All LON-applications will be copied into the subdirectory - "...\LonWorks\Import\Honeywell US\XIO\Version1" all LONapplications A set of 4 or 5 files needed by each LON-application with - *.xfb

Typ: external interface - *.xfo Typ: external interface - *.xif Typ: external interface - *.nxe Typ: application binary file - *.apb Typ: application binary file (optional) 8 Installation Guide Installation modes If you selected the customize mode, you can move the directories, subdirectories and files from its usual place. Recommendations: - Do not change the names and the positions of subdirectories. - Use the subdirectories \PlugIns" and \Import" as base directory entries To find the program group:

- Start -> Programs -> Honeywell US -> XIO V 1.x -> Autoregister.exe - and Readme (#.#.#).rtf The "autoregister.exe" program includes the command line parameter [MODE_SILENT_REGISTER] will be started and register all LONPlugIns. After refreshing system registry by Autoregister.exe the installation will be finished 9 Installation Guide Un-install Go to Control Panel Select Add Remove Programs Select entry Honeywell XIO V 1.x " and push the Add/Delete" button. The "autoregister.exe" program includes the command line parameter [MODE_SILENT_DEREGISTER] will be started and deregister all

LON-PlugIns by an "Exhaustive Mode". All device templates not used in a project will be deleted. The Following Subdirectories will not be deleted - " \LonWorks\Import\Honeywell US\XIO\Version1\ - " \LonWorks\types\User\Honeywell US\" including the resources Compact I/O Modules XIO Family I/O Comparison and Selection Guide 1 I/O Comparison Compact I/O XIO-4DI Digital Inputs Digital Outputs Analog Inputs

4 XIO-8AI 8 XIO-4AO 4 10 XIO-4PT1000 4 XIO-4NTC 4 Digital Inputs

Digital Outputs Analog Inputs Analog Outputs XFC3A06001 4 4 4 2 XFC3D06001 4 4

4 2 Distributed I/O Digital Inputs Digital Outputs XFL521B XFL524B Analog Inputs Analog Outputs 8 XFL522B XFL523B

Compact I/O are stand alone with one type of I/O on each module. You do not need to purchase separate pieces to make a working I/O module. Provides additional free contacts XIO-10HUB Smart I/O Comments 4 XIO-4DO XIO-10DI Analog Outputs

8 12 6 Comments Smart I/O are stand alone. Unlike the Compact I/O, the Smart I/O has multiple types of I/O on each module. Comments Compact I/O are not stand alone. They require multiple pieces be put together to create a working I/O module. Please refer to the next slide for what to purchase to create a complete I/O module.

2 XFL Distributed I/O Selection Guide Select the type of I/O module you wish to use in the first column. Then follow that row to the right, anything that is marked is also needed to create a fully functional I/O module. XFR522A XFR524A XSL513 XSL514 XSL511* Manual Override Switches for the XFL522B Manual Override Switches for the XFL522B

Terminal Block for XFL521B, XFL522B, XFL523B Terminal Block for XFL524B Lon Network Interface XFL521B Analog Input Module XFL 522B Analog Output Module Optional if manual override is desired X X* X

X* X X* XFL523B Digital Input Module XFL524B Digital Output Module Optional if manual override is desired X X* *If more than one Distributed I/O module is linked together than only one XSL511 is needed for that grouping Up to 8 distributed I/O modules can be linked to one XSL511

Compact I/O Modules XIO Family Pricing 4 Pricing Compact I/O Trade Base Price XIO-4DI $465 XIO-4DO $465 XIO-8AI

$705 XIO-4AO $505 XIO-10DI $505 XIO-4PT1000 $490 XIO-4NTC $490 XIO-10HUB $75

Smart I/O Trade Base Price XFC3A06001 $723.84 XFC3D06001 $774.33 Distributed I/O Trade Base Price XFL521B $484.81 XFL522B

$484.81 XFL523B $484.81 XFL524B $484.81 XFR522A $192.27 XFR524A $192.27 XSL 511 $85.44

XSL513 $161.75 XSL514 $161.75 5 Price Per I/O Compact I/O I/O Count Trade Base Price Price Per I/O XIO-4DI 4

$465 $116.25 XIO-4DO 4 $465 $116.25 XIO-8AI 8 $705 $88.13 XIO-4AO

4 $505 $126.25 XIO-10DI 10 $505 $50.50 XIO-4PT1000 4 $490 $122.50

XIO-4NTC 4 $490 $122.50 XIO-10HUB Smart I/O Provides additional Free contacts and is not an I/O module I/O Count Trade Base Price Price Per I/O XFC3A06001

14 $723.84 $51.70 XFC3D06001 14 $774.33 $55.31 Distributed I/O Trade Base Price* I/O Count *Price includes Subbase and Network Card

Price Per I/O XFL521B 8 $732.00 $91.50 XFL522B 8 $732.00 $91.50 XFL523B 12

$732.00 $61.00 XFL524B 6 $732.00 $122.00 6 www.honeywell.com Compact I/O Modules XIO Family Operation with WEBs 8

Honeywell WEBS Currently XIO is only available to be programmed with CARE through LNS Plug-in. Workbench Wizard and .lmnl files will be introduced shortly to configure with WEBs more easily 9 XIO Compact I/O Family Features XIO Compact I/O are distributed I/O for use with Honeywell XL5000 or Honeywell WEBs product lines. - Additional I/O for XL50, XL500 or WEBs controllers - Easy programming via LNS Plug-in with Care or WEBs Wizard - Small profile allows for installation in otherwise hard to reach areas

The XIO Compact I/O family fills out Honeywells already robust distributed I/O offering - XIO Compact I/O - XFL Distributed I/O - XFC Smart I/O OS Number Applications XIO-10DI 10 Digital Inputs XIO-4DI 4 Digital Inputs XIO-4DO

4 Digital Outputs XIO-8AI 8 Analog Inputs XIO-4NTC 4 20K NTC Inputs XIO-4PT1000 4 Platinum 1000 Inputs XIO-4AO 4 Analog Outputs XIO-10HUB Hub expander module

0 System Setup The XIO do not have processing power of their own and must be bound to one of the following controllers XL50 XL500 Smart XL500 WEBs 1 WEBs Controller WEBs XIO-10HUB XIO-10DI

Lon Bus XIO-4AO XIO-4DI XIO-4DO XIO-4NTC XIO-4PT1000 XIO-8AI www.honeywell.com

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