Hardware Manual

1.Products

Domatica Quantum Node Pro
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Domatica’s Domatica Quantum Node Pro is the ultimate industrial IoT gateway, it narrows the distance between the physical and the logical world, easing real-time monitoring and control applications. It also empowers programming through the cloud, but keeping processing local, removing load from your servers with the next generation IoT architecture, the fog computing.

Moreover, because of its dynamic datapipe, which adjusts traffic to demands, is able to ensure remote real-time data acquisition with very low latency and very little data consumption.

Besides the embedded I/O capability, it allows creating a network of devices, either by adding Domatica Quantum Node Extenders or third-party modules using standard protocols.

The Domatica Quantum Node Pro3 is a communication concentrator, functioning as the bridge between the control devices and the SDK. In addition, it also handles communications with several peripheral and sub-system protocols.

Although it is very common, but not mandatory to include only one Domatica Quantum Node Pro per network, it should not be mistaken with a system central. Any Quantum Node module works in a distributed intelligence architecture, where each module has its program memory, object data memory (devices, timers, variables) as well as high processing power.

 

Key features:

  • Object Server
  • 6-channel inputs*
  • 6-channel outputs*
  • 1 Ethernet port
  • 1 RS-485 port and 1 RS-232 port
  • DomaticaCAN BUS for I/O expansion (up to 1 Mbit)
  • RTC – Real Time Clock
  • 150 000 register log (circular log)*
  • Local data processor/Off line processor
  • Built-in protocols*
    • Modbus (up to 1000 Modbus registers)
    • KNX (up to 1000 KNX group addresses)
    • DMX512
    • SNMP
    • HDL Buspro
    • WebSockets
    • REST API
  • API/SDK available for Windows/Linux/Android/iOS

 

Domatica Quantum Node Extender

The Domatica Quantum Extender is a programmable control unit, with universal inputs and outputs for sensing and Clean_IO_Controller_Dimensionsactuating, which works either alone or in a distributed intelligence network.

Is suitable for Industrial Automation, Distributed Control Systems (DCS), Building Management Systems (BMS), Energy Management Systems (EMS), Home Automation (HA), other general monitoring/control solutions and M2M/IoT applications.

The Domatica Quantum Node Extender works in a distributed intelligence architecture, where each module has its own program memory, object data memory (devices, timers, variables) and a dedicated high-power processor. When a module is added to a network, it adds power and resources to that network, instead of consuming resources from other modules. The Quantum Extender allows to virtually connect any device for reading or control. With internal processing capacity, can operate in standalone mode or connected to others via DomatiCAN Bus, which can connect to other resources available on the network.

 

Key Features

  • 16-channel inputs
  • 8-channel PWM outputs
  • 8-channel outputs
  • Local data processor/Off line processor
  • DomaticaCAN Bus for I/O expansion
  • System and User Drivers
  • System Programming
  • Object Server
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2.Installation

  • Installation must take place according to the documentation, using suitable equipment and tools
  • Devices must be installed without voltage applied and by qualified personnel.
  • General safety regulations and nationally applicable accident prevention guidelines must be observed.
  • Electrical installation must be carried out according to the relevant guidelines
WARNING
 DANGER_ELECTRICAL The Quantum Node and Quantum Extender works with a 24Volts DC power supply. The Quantum Node and Quantum Extender can be installed in electrical control cabinets or in small distribution were hazard voltages are present. When installing observe the risks and avoid potential hazards

The Quantum Node and Quantum Extender  can be installed in electrical control cabinets or in small distribution boards according the DIN RAIL standard.

MODULE_DIN_RAIL

 

DomatiCAN and Power Connections

An external power supply is required to provide power to Quantum Node Pro3 and Quantum Extender .

CLEAN_M2MGATEWAY_POWERUP_24VDC

 

Power supply is made using the DomatiCAN Bus Connector, that is in every Domatica’s equipment.

 

DomatiCAN Bus Connector

DomatiCAN Bus Connector has 4 screw connectors whith the following pinout.

 

DOMATICAN_BUS

Pinout:

1.         CAN L (orange/white)

2.         CAN H (orange)

3.         GND (blue pair)

4.         24 VDC (brown pair)

 

 

DomatiCAN Bus Interface (with one power supply)

When having more than one DomatiCAN device in the same DomatiCAN network, one power supply can be used to supply several equipments. See image bellow.

Power and DomatiCAN goes through all of the devices in a linear bus topology.

CLEAN_DOMATICANBUS_1_POWER_SUPPLY

 

DomatiCAN Bus Interface (Multiple power supplies in multiple electric boards)

 

IMPORTANT:

USING MORE THAN ONE POWER SUPPLY, ALL POWER SUPPLIES MUST SHARE THE SAME GROUND (GND), AS SHOWN IN NEXT IMAGE.

 

CLEAN_DOMATICANBUS_2_POWER_SUPPLY
Termination Resistor

When, more than one DomatiCAN Bus module are connected together, the terminal resistor must be switched on at both ends of the DomatiCAN Bus.

 

IMPORTANT:

WHEN IN A DOMATICAN BUS NETWORK, TURN ON THE TERMINATOR RESISTOR AT BOTH ENDS.

DOMATICANBUS_RESISTOR_SWITCH_001

All DomatiCAN Bus devices have a terminator resistor located above the DomatiCAN connector.

 

Cable to use with DomatiCAN Bus

To connect DomatiCAN Bus devices, should be used SFTP Cat6 Cable or equivalent.

 

DomatiCAN Bus Transmission Rates

 

Transmission Rates Maximum Distance
1 Mbps 40 m
500 kbps 100 m
250 kbps 250 m
125 kbps 500 m
50 kbps 1000 m

 

DomatiCAN Bus Verification

For an optimum performance of the DomatiCAN Bus, turN on the termination resistors at both ends and the bus resistance must be 60 Ohm.

 

IMPORTANT:

WHEN THERE IS MORE THAN ONE DEVICE CONNECTED TO DOMATICAN BUS, WITH THE POWER SUPPLY DISCONNECTED, VERIFY AT ANY MODULE IF THE BUS RESISTANCE IS 60 OHM.

DOMATICAN_VERIFICATION

LEDs Information

IDOM_GATEWAY_MODBUS_WITHOUT_OHMS

 

Red Power – Power Supply

Green Ready – Ready to Work

Orange Busy – Module Activity

Yellow Bus – Bus Activity

 

 

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3.Communications

Quantum Node Pro3 communications with local or remote PCs, servers or software, cn bem ade by two diferente ways

  1. Ethernet
  2. GPRS

 

Ethernet

To configure Quantum Node Pro3 using your PC, both must be in the same network and IP range, as shown in following image.

CLEAN_M2MGATEWAY_CONNECT_TO_PC

As long as local network has connection to the internet, Quantum Node Pro3 will also be able to communicate through the internet.

 

Pinout

The Ethernet connection provides a full-duplex 10/100Tx connection to local and remote locations.

ETHERNET_PINOUT
ETHERNET_PINOUT_TABLE

GPRS

Using a standard SIM card, Quantum Node Pro3 and Quantum Extender can communicate with PC, Servers and software.

Pre-requisites of SIM Card

  • SIM card with standard size;
  • PIN code disabled;
  • APN (depending of the operator or plan, may be necessary user rand password).

 

Inserting SIM card

The SIM card must be inserted into the slot for that purpose, located in the upper part of Quantum Node Pro3, located next to the GPRS antenna.

The card must be inserted with the chip facing backward and with its clipped edge to the left.

 

The following image shows how to insert the SIM card.

GATEWAY GPRS - CARTÃO

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4.Modbus RTU

Modbus RTU is one of the most used communication protocol worldwide, for data acquisition or control.

Quantum Node has built in Modbus RTU protocol that can be used for a wide range of appliances, such as:

  • Energy monitoring;
  • Control;
  • Water consumption measurement;
  • Environmental data aquisition;
  • Automation;
  • Etc.

Modbus RS485 (Modbus RTU) pinout

Quantum Node has one RJ12 Connection available for Modbus RTU (RS485) communications. The pinout is as follows.

FEMALE  PLUG

MODBUS_FEMALE_PLUG

MALE PLUG

MODBUS_MALE_PLUG

COLOUR CODE

MODBUS_RTU_COLOUR_CODE

 

IMPORTANT:  

NORMALY, THE HARDWARE IS SUPPLIED WITH A 50 CM LONG MODBUS CABLE WITH THE SAME COLOR SEQUENCE AS THESE IMAGES, BUT IF YOU ARE USING A CABLE WITH DIFFERENT COLOR CODE, GUIDE YOUR CONNECTIONS BY THE SEQUENCE OF THE WIRES!

 

Connect to Quantum Node

To connect Modbus devices to Quantum Node you will need a cable with a RJ12 in one end and live wires in the other, to connect to the Modbus equipments.

CLEAN_M2MGATEWAY_MODBUS_RS485_CONNECTION

IMPORTANT:

IF YOUR MODBUS RTU DEVICE HAS GROUND (GND) CONNECTION, USE IT! NOT USING IT MAY CAUSE MALFUNCTION OR DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENTS!

 

Cable to use

Quantum Node, when chosen to have Modbus RTU communications enabled, is supplied with one RS485 flat cable with 50 cm, to connect to the first equipment. For longer distances, or to connect more Modbus equipments, the recommended cable is LiYCY 2×0.75 mm2, or equivalent.

We recommend that Modbus RTU daisy chain do not have more than 500 meters long.

 

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5.Modbus TCP/IP

Modbus TCP/IP communication protocol, is also used worldwide, for data acquisition or control, as does the Modbus RTU protocol.

Quantum Node Pro3 has built in Modbus TCP/IP protocol that can be used for a wide range of appliances, such as:

  • Energy monitoring;
  • Control;
  • Water consumption measurement;
  • Environmental data aquisition;
  • Automation;
  • Etc.

Ethernet

Modbus TCP/IP uses Ethernet TCP/IP networks to communicate. Quantum Node has one RJ45 Ethernet connection available for Modbus TCP/IP communications. The pinout is as follows.

Ethernet connection allows a 10/100/1000TX full-duplex with all sort of softwares and applications, wich allows full control of the entire system.

 

ETHERNET_PINOUT        ETHERNET_PINOUT_TABLE

 

Connect to Quantum Node

To connect Modbus TCP/IP devices to Quantum Node you will need to connect all devices in the same ethernet network.

MODBUS_TCP_GATEWAY_MEDIDORES_2.0

All devices must have an unique IP address, and be confugured to counicate trhough the same port. The standard port for Modbus TCP is 502.

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6.HDL Buspro

To connect the Quantum Node Pro3 to a HDL Buspro device, a LAN (Local Area Network) connection must be used.

This LAN connection must be routed through the HDL Buspro Ethernet Gateway, to enable inter-module communication.

Below an example of this ‘bridge’ is shown.
BUSPRO_ETHERNETGATEWAY_CONNECTION

To learn how to configure HDL Buspro go to this link.

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7.KNX

Create KNX Network based on existing KNX infrastructures

Before start creating a KNX Network based on existing KNX Sytems infrastructures, you will need the following:

  1. Quantum Node Pro3;
  2. KNX Hardware;
  3. Network Router with DHCP;
  4. KNX/IP Interface (certified);
  5. KNX Project for ETS Software Tool;
    1. ETS5 – Project.knxproj;
    2. ETS4 – Project.knxproj;
    3. ETS3 – project.esf.

Verifications

KNX/IP Interface:

Check if the KNX Device IP is in the same IP range as the router (Example: Image).

 

Quantum Node Pro3

By default, Quantum Node Pro3 has DHCP active, so it will get an IP automaticaly from the router. Nevertheless, check if it’s IP is in the same IP range as the router (Example: Image).

 

Connections:

How to connect the Quantum Node Pro3 and the KNX device (Example: Image)

CLEAN_M2MGATEWAY_CONNECT_TO_KNX_IP_INTERFACE

Connect the Quantum Node Pro3 and the KNX/IP Interface to your local nectwork, within the same IP range.

Now you are all set to start configuring and using your system.

 

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8.Installation Sheets

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8.1.Temperature Sensor

Quantum Node and Quantum Extender can be used to mesure real time temperature using temperature sensors

There are several different types of temperature sensors and this schematics is applied to two wires temperature sensors.

Connections

Quantum Node

 

CLEAN_M2MGATEWAY_TEMPERATURE_SENSOR_CONNECTION

Temperature sensor has no polarity, so connections are:

  • First wire – connect to V+ (24VDC);
  • Second wire – connect to Analog Input.

 

Quantum Extender

CLEAN_IOCONTROLER_TEMPERATURE_SENSOR_CONNECTION

Temperature sensor has no polarity, so connections are:

  • First wire – connect to 12VDC;
  • Second wire – connect to Analog Input.

 

Cable to use with Current Transformer

Temperature sensors are supplied with a 3 meter cable. For longer distances, it can be expanded using LiYCY 2×0.75 mm2 cable, or equivalent.

Is can be expanded up to 100 meters long.

 

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8.2.IDPSTHCH

The IDPSTHCH is a triple sensor that measures Temperature, relative Humidity and CO2.

It is a sensor with three 0-10V signals that can be read with Quantum Node and Quantum Extender.

 

Connections

To connect this sensor, follow the instructions and the schematics bellow.

Quantum Node

CLEAN_M2M_GATEWAY_IDPSTHCH

 

The IDPSTHCH needs to be powered with 24V power supply.

 

TO POWER IDPSTHCH, ALLWAYS USE GND AND V+ FROM THE EXTERNAL POWER SUPPLY AND NOT FROM THE MODULES.

 

The connections are:

  • GND – Connect to power supply GND;
  • V+ – Connect to power supply V+;
  • Signal 1 – connect to Analog Input;
  • Signal 2 – connect to Analog Input;
  • Signal 3 – connect to Analog Input;

 

Quantum Extender

CLEAN_IO_CONTROLLER_IDPSTHCH

 

 

The IDPSTHCH needs to be powered with 24V power supply.

 

TO POWER IDPSTHCH, ALLWAYS USE GND AND V+ FROM THE EXTERNAL POWER SUPPLY AND NOT FROM THE MODULES.
The connections are:

  • GND – Connect to power supply GND;
  • V+ – Connect to power supply V+;
  • Signal 1 – connect to Analog Input;
  • Signal 2 – connect to Analog Input;
  • Signal 3 – connect to Analog Input;

 

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8.3.Pulse Emitter

Quantum Node and Quantum Extender can be used to receive pulses from pulse emitters to mesure different types of products comsumption:

  • Water
  • Gas;
  • Vapor;
  • Etc.

Connections

A pulse emitter can be divided in two types:

  • Dry contact;
  • NPN / PNP Transistor,

The following schematics shows how to connect both types, to Quantum Node.

 

Dry Contact

Dry contact pulse emitters usualy have two connectors:PULSE_EMITTER

 

  • Vin – for voltage input;
  • Vout – for pulse output.

 

Quantum Node

CLEAN_M2MGATEWAY_PULSE_METER_CONNECTION

Connect V+ from the Quantum Node to the pulse emitter’s Vin connector and connect the Vout from the pulse emitter to one of the Analog or Digital Input from the Quantum Node.

 

Quantum Extender

CLEAN_IOCONTROLLER_PULSE_METER_CONNECTION

Connect V+ from the Quantum Extender to the pulse emitter’s Vin connector and connect the Vout from the pulse emitter to one of the Analog or Digital Input from the Quantum Extender.

 

NPN / PNP

NPN / PNP pulse emitters usualy have three connectors:

NPNpnp_pulse

  • V+;
  • GND;
  • Pulse Output

 

Quantum Node

M2M_GATEWAY_PULSE_PNP_NPN

 

Connect V+ from the Quantum Node to the pulse emitter’s V+ connector[1], connect the GND to the GND from the Quantum Node. Finaly, connect the Pulse Output to one of the Analog or Digital Input on the Quantum Node.

If your pulse emitter, doesn’ have it already, put a resistor (1kOhm) between V+ and Pulse Output (pull up resistor) fot the NPN pulse emitter or between Pulse Output and GND (pull down resistor) for the PNP Pulse Emitter.

 

Quantum Extender

IO_CONTROLLER_PULSE_PNP_NPN

Connect 12VDC from the Quantum Extender to the pulse emitter’s V+ connector[2], connect the GND to the GND from the Quantum Extender. Finaly, connect the Pulse Output to one of the Analog or Digital Input on the Quantum Extender.

 

If your pulse emitter, doesn’t have it already, put a resistor (1kOhm) between V+ and Pulse Output (pull up resistor) fot the NPN pulse emitter or between Pulse Output and GND (pull down resistor) for the PNP Pulse Emitter.

[1] Make sure the Pulse Emitter’s working voltage is the same as the Quantum Node (24VDC).

[2] Make sure the Pulse Emitter’s working voltage is the same as the Quantum Extender (24VDC).

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8.4.Current Transformers

Quantum Node and Quantum Extender can be used to mesure real time energy comsumption in electric circuits.

There are 4 different types of Current Transformer that can be used with Quantum Node and Quantum Extender, depending on the circuit’s electric current.

  • IDPCT16A – Electric circuits up to 16 Ampers;
  • IDPCT80A – Electric circuits up to 80 Ampers;
  • IDPCT200A – Electric circuits up to 200 Ampers;
  • IDPCT400A – Electric circuits up to 400 Ampers;

 

Connections

All of the above mentioned Current Transformers connect the same way. To connect follow the instructions and the schematics bellow.

 

Quantum Node

 

CLEAN_HOW_TO_CLAMP_M2MGATEWAY_001Current transformers have two wires, Black and White, that have to be connect the following way:

  • Black wire – connect to GND;
  • White wire – connect to Analog Input.

 

Quantum Extender

CLEAN_HOW_TO_CLAMP_IOCONTROLLER_002

 

Current transformers have two wires, Black and White, that have to be connect the following way:

 

  • Black wire – connect to GND;
  • White wire – connect to Analog Input.

 

Cable to use with Current Transformer

Current Transformer are supplied with a 2 meter cable. For longer distances, it can be expanded using LiYCY 2×0.75 mm2 cable, or equivalent.

Is can be expanded up to 100 meters long.

 

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8.5.0-10V Generic Sensor

Quantum Node and Quantum Extender can be used to Receive information from 0-10V Sensors from a wide variety of parameters.

 

Connections

Probably all of the 0-10 Sensors are connected the same way. Please follow the instructions and the schematics bellow.

 

Quantum Node

CLEAN_M2M_GATEWAY_GENERIC_0-10V_SENSOR

These types of sensor have to be powered usualy with 24V power supply and return one or more signals, whithin 0-10V.

So, the connections are:

  • GND – Connect to power supply GND;
  • V+ – Connect to power supply V+;
  • Signal – connect to Analog Input;

 

Quantum Extender

CLEAN_IO_CONTROLLER_GENERIC_0-10V_SENSOR

These types of sensor have to be powered usualy with 24V power supply and return one or more signals, whithin 0-10V.

So, the connections are:

  • GND – Connect to power supply GND;
  • V+ – Connect to power supply V+;
  • Signal – connect to Analog Input;

 

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8.6.Generic 24 Vdc Relay

Quantum Node and Quantum Extender can be used to control electric circuits using 24VDC relays.

 

Connections

Relays can be connected, either to PWM Outputs or Analog Outputs, but the connections are diferente for each type of output. Please follow the instructions and the schematics bellow.

 

Quantum Node

CLEAN_HOW_TO_RELAY_GATEWAY

 

IMPORTANT:

ALWAYS USE GND OR V+ FROM THE SAME MODULE WHERE THE OUTPUT IS CONNECTED.

 

To connect to a PWM Output, the connections are:

  • PWM Output – connect to the relay A2 connector;
  • V+ – Connect the positive directly to the relay A1 connector.

To connect To a Analog Output, the connections are:

  • Analog Output – connect to the relay A2 connector;
  • GND – Connect the positive directly to the relay A1 connector.

 

Quantum Extender

CLEAN_HOW_TO_RELAYS_IO_CONTROLLER_004

IMPORTAT NOTE:

ALWAYS USE GND OR V+ FROM THE SAME MODULE WHERE THE OUTPUT IS CONNECTED.

 

To connect the relay to a PWM Output, the connections are:

  • PWM Output – connect to the relay A2 connector;
  • V+ – Connect the positive directly to the relay A1 connector.

 

To connect the relay to a Analog Output, the connections are:

  • Analog Output – connect to the relay A2 connector;
  • GND – Connect the positive directly to the relay A1 connector.

 

 

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8.7.Percent Control

Quantum Node and Quantum Extender can be used to control electric circuits using Percent Control with voltage variation with diferente ranges:

  • 0-10VDC
  • 0-5VDC
  • 0-24VDC

Máximum voltage voltage allowed is 24VDC.

 

Connections

To connect voltage controlled devices, please follow the instructions and the schematics bellow.

 

Important Note:  This type of control can only be used with Analog Outputs.

 

Quantum Node

CLEAN_M2M_GATEWAY_CONTROL_0-10

 

IMPORTANT:  

DON’T USE 24VDC (V+) FROM THE QUANTUM NODE TO POWER EXTERNAL DEVICES

 

To connect to the Analog Output, the connections are:

  • Power Supply – connect directly from external power supply;
  • GND – connect directly from external power supply;
  • Control Signal – connect to Analog Output.

 

Quantum Extender

CLEAN_IO_CONTROLLER_CONTROL_0-10

 

IMPORTANT:  

DON’T USE 24VDC (V+) FROM THE QUANTUM NODE TO POWER EXTERNAL DEVICES

 

To connect to the Analog Output, the connections are:

  • Power Supply – connect directly from external power supply;
  • GND – connect directly from external power supply;
  • Control Signal – Conect to Analog Output.

 

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8.8.Carlo Gavazzi EM21

This document describes the instructions to connect the Carlo Gavazzi EM21 Energy Meter to Quantum Node, using the RS485 Modbus RTU communications and how to configure it with Quantum Node using the Configurations Tool.

 

Instalation

To correctly install Carlo Gavazzi EM21, please follow the steps below.

  1. Make sure you have all the material needed

    • Quantum Node
    • Carlo Gavazzi EM21 Meter;
    • 24VDC power supply;
    • RS 485 Cable with RJ12 in one end and live wires in the other end (supplied with Quantum Node);
    • Screw drive;

 

IMPORTANT!

MAKE SURE TO POWER OFF ALL EQUIPMENTS BEFORE STARTING THE CONNECTIONS !

 

  1. Connect the RS485 cable to the EM21 using the following color code and sequence:

modbus_rtu_colour_code_lite   modbus_male_plug_lite

 

The cable supplied has already indicated with a tag the D-, D+ and GND.

carlo_gavazzi_em21_cable_connections-1

Carlo Gavazzi EM21 connectors are identified with numbers, so the connections are:

EM21 ConnectorQuantum Node Cable ColourFunction
13REDGND
14BLUED-
15YELLOWD+

carlo_gavazzi_em21_cable_connections-3    carlo_gavazzi_em21_cable_connections-2

 

1.2 Configuration

To correctly configure the Carlo Gavazzi EM21, please follow the steps below.

For detailed instructions on how to work with the Cofiguration Tool, please check the “Add Modbus Devices” Chapter in the Configuration Tool User Manual.

 

  1. Open the Configuration Tool, select branch and click the “Add Device” button and navigate to the Carlo Gavazzi EM21(Version LITE 3.0)

 tool_carlo_gavazzi_em21    tool_carlo_gavazzi_em21_register_list

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8.9.Socomec Diris A20

This document describes the instructions to connect the Socomec DIRIS A20 Energy Meter to Quantum Node, using the RS485 Modbus RTU communications and how to configure it with Quantum Node using the Configuration Tool.

 

Instalation

To correctly install Socomec DIRIS A20, please follow the steps below.

  1. Make sure you have all the material needed

    • Quantum Node
    • Socomec DIRIS A20 with Modbus RTU interace;
    • 24VDC power supply;
    • RS 485 Cable with RJ12 in one end and live wires in the other end (supplied with Quantum Node);
    • Screw drive;

 

IMPORTANT!

MAKE SURE TO POWER OFF ALL EQUIPMENTS BEFORE STARTING THE CONNECTIONS !

 

  1. Connect the RS485 cable to the Socomec DIRIS A20, using the following color code and sequence:

modbus_rtu_colour_code_lite   modbus_male_plug_lite

 

The cable supplied has already indicated with a tag the D-, D+ and GND.

carlo_gavazzi_em21_cable_connections-1

Socomec  connectors are identified with numbers, so the connections are:

Diris A20 ConnectorQuantum Node Cable ColourFunction
0REDGND
+YELLOWD+
-BLUED-

        

 

1.2 Configuration

To correctly configure the Socomec DIRIS A20, please follow the steps below.

For detailed instructions on how to work with the Cofiguration Tool, please check the “Add Modbus Devices” Chapter in the Configuration Tool User Manual.

 

  1. Open the Configuration Tool, select branch and click the “Add Device” button and navigate to the Socomec DIRIS A20 (Version LITE 2.0)

           

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