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SO-52v11 Family modules

The SO-52v11 field controller is both the implementation of telemechanics in the field of power distribution, the control of technological processes in industrial automation, as well as the implementation of advanced disturbance recording functions and energy quality assessment.

Selected modules are presented below:

PJC-81x/83x (central unit)

Not recommendedfor apply in new solutions

The CPU package has an LVDS bus on the X (upper) connector. Common features of 81x/83x packages made for the SO-52v11 controller: 2x RS-232, 1x RS-485, 1x Ethernet 100BaseTX. The PJC-83x package has a serial bus on the Y connector.

It is possible to equip the package with various interfaces and additional ports depending on the user's requirements.

 

 

Sample production versions are described below.

PJC-812-2-A includes:

  • 1x Ethernet TP 10/100MHz
  • 2x Ethernet LC FX - 10/100 MHz multimode fiber
  • flash memory 64MB
  • RAM memory - 8MB, including 4MB with buffer support, main memory 256MB
  • 2x RS-232
  • 1x RS-485
  • LVDS bus support

PJC-834-2 includes:

  • 1x Ethernet TP 10/100MHz
  • 4x Ethernet FX, 10/100 MHz multimode fiber
  • flash memory - 64MB, microSD card 2GB
  • RAM memory - 8MB, including 4MB with buffer support, main memory 256MB
  • 2x RS-232
  • 1x RS-485
  • LVDS bus on "X" connector, serial bus on "Y" connector   []
Exemplary PJC-834-24

PJC-86x-xx;L (central unit)

The PJC-86x-xx;L package is a central unit module used in station automation devices based on modular structures from the SO-52v11 family. The PJC-86x-xx;L type CPU package is designed to perform processing functions in the field controller. It also performs calculations and digital transformations required to perform special device functions such as power calculations, protocol conversions, event recordings, and more. One of the basic tasks of the PJC-86x-xx;L CPU package is internal communication with other BCU modules. All measurements, acquisition of input and control states required in the controller are performed using analog input and output modules, binary inputs, control outputs, temperature measurements and others installed in the BCU.

PJC-86x-xx;L, depending on the version, can be equipped with a set of serial fiber optic transmission channels, two RS-485 channels and two RS-232 channels, which can be configured in software for various transmission standards. Communication with the BCU controller equipped with PJC-86x-xx;L can be realized via up to 5 TP or FX Ethernet links at a speed of 100 Mb/s in a single or redundant structure. All Ethernet interfaces function according to the configuration and can be identified externally as one or more interfaces. They can therefore be freely grouped and configured. Detailed assignment of communication channels to specific PJC models is described in the documentation in the product keys.

Exemplary PJC-863-81;L

As part of communication via the internal bus, the module has a superior function in relation to analog measurement modules, digital inputs, control outputs and communication modules. For example, these may be:

  • PTS-528 - 8x serial multimode fiber optic channels, ST connector, 62.5/125 µm fiber, 2km range
  • PTS-6xx - 8x serial RS-232 channels
  • PTS-7xx - 8x serial RS-485 channels
  • PTS-8xx - 4x single-mode serial fiber optic channels, ST connector, 9/125 µm fiber, 16km range
  • PTS-9xx - 8x serial universal programmable RS232/485/422 channels
  • MWS-2xx - 32x binary inputs
  • MSS-3xx - 10x independent control outputs 5A/220V DC
  • MSS-6xx - 16x “1/n” control outputs
  • MSS-5xx - 32x control and signaling outputs (4x8 groups)
  • MPL-2xx - 16 analog measurements 5A/1A, 57.7V/110V/220V configurable 0÷20mA, 4÷20mA, +/- 5V, +/-10V, ...
  • MPL-5xx - 32x 4÷20 mA measurements, (4x8 groups)
  • MWA-1xx - 12x configurable analog outputs 0÷20mA
  • MPT-2xx - 6x channels of 3/4-wire temperature measurements and analog inputs in the 4÷20 mA standard
  • MZA-xxx - power supply

Communication with the modules takes place via the internal LVDS bus on the X connector. The fiber optic interface channel is typically used for communication with a security device cooperating with the CPU.

The PJC-86x-xx central unit package can operate in a redundant system with another package of the same type. Packages can be physically located in the same or separate cartridges. Both packages communicate with each other during operation and synchronize internal databases. The database contains the current states of binary signals, current measurements and event buffers.

Each package can operate in one of two operating modes: active or inactive. It is not possible to have both packages in active mode at the same time. An inactive package is in a hot reserve state.   []

PJC-901 (central unit with PCIe)

The PJC-901 central unit package of the SO-52v11 microprocessor system is designed to work in field controllers, RTUs, communication controllers, object controllers and other automation devices. The package has the ability to work with three hardware buses. The LVDS-X bus is used to support transmission with RTU/BCU modules using the Modbus protocol. The PCIe bus is used for communication modules and LVDS-Y (accessory) for binary and analog input/output RTU/BCU modules.

The package has the following communication channels:

  • 5x Ethernet of the 100/1000Base-TX or 100/1000Base-FX standard, depending on the SFP insert used
  • 1x RS-232/485/422 interface (programmable)
  • 1x RS-485 interface
  • 1x USB 2.0 port (e.g. for connecting a modem, additional storage, etc.)
  • 1x RS-232 service (USB connector)

The package can be equipped with an additional DSP signal processor module, which provides the ability to perform mathematical calculations needed, for example, for calculations of power quality assessment parameters, calculations of active and reactive power as well as advanced functions and control algorithms depending on the software used.

PJC-901 used in the communication controller

The PJC-901 module can be used in the communication controller. It is used at the substation to establish communication between the concentrator in the substation and the remote primary and secondary Scada system servers and equipment in substation bays. A block diagram of such a controller is shown below.

In the multi-task RTU/BCU controller, the PJC-901 module can perform the functions of data acquisition, measurement and control. The required number of inputs/outputs/measurements and appropriate functionality are provided by specialized modules installed in a cabinet or RTU/BCU cassette. A diagram of such a solution is shown in the figure below.   []

PJC-901 used in RTU / BCU controller
Exemplary  PJC-901 

MIA-101 (analog inputs)

The MIA-101 module is equipped with 4÷20mA analog outputs and 24V DC binary inputs.

It also has 6 analog outputs in the range of 4÷20 mA and 8 binary inputs for 24V DC with a common potential (+) and an active state "short circuit to (-)". Binary inputs are divided into 2 groups of 4 entrances.

The MIA-101 module can be used in the SO-52v11-eMC-A controller, which is the controller of the oil cooling system of power transformers and autotransformers. It is also part of the SO-52v11 equipment, used in applications controlling technological processes in industrial automation, as well as in power stations, where it is used to supervise and control circuit breakers, disconnectors and to carry out precise measurements of current, phase voltage, etc.

The MIA-101 module is equipped with the LVDS bus.   []

Exemplary MIA-101

MJE-4xx (analog inputs/outputs)

The MJE-4xx module belongs to the group of specialized analog input/output modules used in the SO-52v11 family controllers.

Functionality and features of the system:

  • used to measure ultrafast transients
  • registration of transients 1/50μs
  • 8 galvanically isolated analog inputs or 4 voltage inputs and 4 current inputs
  • voltage inputs with a nominal range of 100V AC or 500V AC - depending on the version
  • current inputs with a measuring range of 1A/5A and an overcurrent range of 20A/100A
  • measurement accuracy 0.5%
  • 2 pulse outputs (only in MJE-426w.004 and MJE-426w.016)

The MJE-4xx module is used in SO-52v11-eME power quality analyzers. It is equipped with the LVDS-Y (lower) bus.   []

Examplary of MJE-426 (upper package) and MJE-416x packages

MPA-351-x (measuring-communication)

The MPA-351-x module is the basic module of the SO-52v11 controller. It performs analog measurements and implements internal and external communication in the controller structure.

As standard, the MPA-351-x module can be communicated via 2 fiber optic links in a single or redundant structure. In the basic version, it can work in the Ethernet 10/100MB network in twisted-pair or fiber-optic version. The module can be expanded with an additional 10/100MB Ethernet link. It has implemented the TCP/IP protocol. The construction of the module allows for the implementation of measurement, calculation and communication functions, using complex calculation algorithms and extensive transmission protocols.

In the version of the controller marked as SO-52v11, the module performs MASTER functions with regard to the MWS-1xx, MWS-2xx, MWS-3xx, MSS-2xx, MSS-3xx, MPL-2xx input and output modules, communicating with with these modules using the LVDS bus.

The MPA-351-x measurement and communication module can also cooperate with a radio or GPRS transmission modem.

The MPA-351-x uses multi-sided galvanic separation.   []

Exemplary MPA-351-1

MPA-370-03 (measuring-communication)

The MPA-370-03 module is a measurement and communication module designed for analog field measurements and process bus operation.

The MPA-370-03 can also be installed in bay controllers operating in digital power substations. It is used to carry out measurements of currents and voltages in the measurement fields of conventional current and voltage transformers and to send the values of measurement samples in accordance with the process bus standard.

The MPA-370-03 continuously measures the values of voltages and currents supplied from the secondary circuits of voltage and current transformers. The method of supplying these signals depends on the location of the controller at the station and the properly selected construction version of the device. Measurement values are properly processed and sent via two independent communication interfaces (via fiber optic channels) to receiving devices.   []

Exemplary MPA-370-03

MPA-408-xx (measuring -communication)

The MPL-408-xx module is a processing and communication module acting as a central unit used in substation automation devices as well as in industrial automation devices. The module measures voltages, currents and frequencies, calculates power, converts protocols and records events.

The MPL-408-xx also communicates internally with other BCUs. All measurements, acquisitions of input states and control required in the BCU are performed by means of analog input and output modules, binary inputs, control outputs, temperature measurements and others cooperating with the CPU. The MPA-408-xx module also has serial transmission channels, both for fiber optic and wired communication. The RS-485 and RS-232 channels can be configured using the pConfig software.

The module also has great network communication capabilities. Communication with the BCU controller equipped with the MPA-408-xx can be carried out through up to 5 100Base-FX or 100Base-TP interfaces in a single or redundant structure. The module implements communication using complex data conversion algorithms and transmission protocols. In addition, the module has an RS-232 service link for local parameterization.

As part of communication via the internal bus, the MPA-408-xx can work with the following types of modules:

  • MWS-2xx (32 binary inputs)
  • MSS-3xx (10 independent control outputs 5A/220V DC)
  • MSS-6xx (16 "1/n" 5A/220V DC control outputs)
  • MSS-5xx (32 control and signaling outputs 0.15A 220V DC
  • MPL-2xx (16 analog measurements 5A/1A, 57.7V/110V/220V, configurable 0÷20mA, 4÷20mA, +/-5V, +/-10V)
  • MPL-5xx (32 measurements 4÷20mA)
  • MPL-6xx (10 analog measurements - 6 measurements 57.7V/110V/220V, 4 measurements 1A/5A
  • MWA-1xx (12 configurable analog outputs 0÷20mA
  • MPT-2xx (6 channels of three- or four-wire temperature measurements and analog inputs in the 4÷20mA standard)
  • MZA-xxx (family of power supplies of various types)   []
Exemplary MPA-408

MPL-2xx/-3xx (analog measurements)

The MPL-xxx linearly separated measurement module is designed to collect measurements from up to 16 analog inputs. It enables the measurement of voltage or current of constant and variable signals, which are galvanically separated from the measuring block of the device. The MPL-xxx module can be used in the bay controller or by other SYNDIS system field devices.

The MPL-2xx has up to 16 bipolar, mutually galvanically separated analog inputs. These inputs are also galvanically separated from the measuring block of the module using linear optocouplers. The MPL-2xx module has a variable number of voltage and current inputs. The MPL-22x variant has two connectors grouped in groups of eight. Connector X1 are voltage connectors and X2 are current inputs. From this arrangement, the device is able to calculate 8 sets of phase powers.

The MPL-2xx and MPL-3xx variants share the same functionality. Both devices measure up to 16 analog inputs and perform the same communication functions. The only difference is how the power is calculated. The MPL-3xx module has 4 voltage inputs and two groups of 6 current inputs each.

The modules are equipped with a cyclic buffer enabling the recording and storage of 1000 events (including date and time). The memory is battery backed up. The transmission is carried out by a non-galvanically separated LVDS bus. Up to 16 modules can be connected on this bus MPL-xxx

Both the MPL-2xx and the MPL-3xx have an additional RS-232 service interface (intended for testing and parameterizing the system).

The full range of MPL-xxx modules produced, provided for in the product key, and the implementation of the controller in a non-standard version, is available after contacting MIKRONIKA.   []

Examples of MPL-416w.014 (upper package) and MPL-426w.002 (lower package) packages

MPL-4xx (analog measurements)

The MPL-4xx module is designed to work with the Power Quality Analyzer SO-52v11-eME. The MPL-4xx is a voltage-current measuring module. It measures continuously, and with appropriate precision, the voltages and currents needed for calculations. The measured values ​​are required to calculate the power quality assessment parameters. The data that has been measured or calculated is then stored in the controller's memory. They are combined into sets and retransmitted over the network link to the power quality server.

Depending on the customer's needs, it is possible to prepare many different variants of the MPL package.

The following module configurations are available:

  • MPL-416w.014 - 4 voltage inputs 100V AC and 4 current inputs 1A/5A AC or 4 overcurrent inputs 1.4A/7A AC
  • MPL-416w.015 – 4 voltage inputs 230V AC and 4 current inputs 1A/5A AC or 4 overcurrent inputs 20A/100A AC/DC
  • MPL-416w.024 – 4 voltage inputs 57.5/100V and 80/140 DC AC and 4 current inputs 1A/5A, 28A/140A DC
  • MPL-416w.028 – 8 current inputs 1A/5A (20A/100A)
  • MPL-416w.029 – 16 current inputs 1A/5A
  • MPL-416w.030 – 8 voltage inputs 57.7V AC and 8 current inputs 100mA AC
  • MPL-416w.031 - 8 voltage inuts 57.7V AC and 8 current inputs 1A AC
  • MPL-416w.032 – 16 current inputs 100mA AC
  • MPL-416w.033 – 16 current inputs 1A AC
  • MPL-416w.035 – 16 voltage inputs 57.7V AC
  • MPL-426w.002 - 16 voltage inputs 100V AC
  • MPL-426w.010 - 8 current inputs 1A/5A AC/DC or 8 overcurrent inputs 20A/100A AC/DC
Exemplary of packages MPL-416w.014 (upper package) and MPL-426w.002 (lower package)

At the current inputs, the measured current ranges are set by switches located on the board. The measuring inputs are galvanically separated from the measuring system of the device.   []

MPL-501/511 (analog measurements)

The MPL-501/511 module can be part of a bay controller or cooperate with other SYNDIS system object devices. The MPL-501/511 is designed to collect measurements from 32 analog current inputs 4÷20mA. The inputs have been divided into 4 groups with 8 inputs in each group. Each group is supported by a 16-bit A/D converter. The groups of inputs are galvanically separated from each other and led out to separate connectors on the front of the package.

Communication with the master system is based on the MODBUS RTU or DNP 3.0 protocol. The packets communicate with each other over the LVDSv1 bus. In the distributed bay controller, it is possible to connect up to 24 MPL-501/511 modules. The package is additionally equipped with an RS-232 service link for testing and parameterizing the module.

The module also has a cyclic event buffer, which is battery-backed. This allows you to store up to 3550 events with date and time of occurrence.

The MPL-501/511 is made in a standard intended for installation in the SO-52v11 controller cassette. It can also be used in other measuring devices of telemetry systems. The difference between the MPL-501 and MPL-511 packages is the type of measuring connectors. The MPL-501 has 302A10789X connectors from Conec, and the MPL-511 has MC1.5/9-GF-3.81 connectors from PhoenixContact.   []

Exemplary MPL-511

MPL-6x8-x (analog measurements)

The MPL-608-x module is designed to perform analog voltage and current measurements in devices of the SO-52 family by MIKRONIKA. The module is designed to implement applications in the field of industrial measurement and control devices and power automation, equipped with the LVDS bus operating in the SPIBUS or MODBUS-RTU mode. The MPL-608-x module has six voltage measurement inputs and four current measurement inputs. The measuring range of voltage inputs is 0÷100V AC and they are used to measure voltage directly from the network or from voltage transformers. The measuring range of current inputs is 0÷1A AC or 0÷5A AC.

The SPIBUS mode is designed to work in applications based on the SO-52 platform equipped with MPA type measurement and communication modules.
The MODBAS-RTU mode ensures compatibility of the MPL-608 with applications on the SO-52 platform using the PJC-8xx and PJC-9xx central unit packages. The MODBUS-RTU mode is used when the MPL-608-x works as an independently enclosed module (remote measuring device).

The facade of the MPL-608 module is 2” wide. It is also possible to make the module with the measurement of six voltages only (without current measurement). In this case, the facade is 1” wide and the module is called MPL-618.   []

Exemplary MPL-618 (upper), MPL-608 (lower)

MPT-1xx (temperature measurements)

The MPT-1xx temperature measurement module is designed to work with PT100, PT1000 and Ni100 sensors. It enables collecting temperature measurements from 8 resistance sensors. In selected channels, it is also possible to measure the intensity of direct current in the 4÷20 mA standard. All measurement channels are galvanically separated from each other. Separation also occurs with regard to the supply voltage. The module can be an element of a bay controller or cooperate with other object devices of the SYNDIS system.

The input circuits of the module provide automatic compensation of the resistance of the connecting wires for the three-wire connection system of the sensor. In each measurement path, an independent 12-bit A/D converter was used.

The module is equipped with a cyclic event buffer, which is battery-backed. It can store up to 1000 events with date and time of occurrence. The module's processor communicates with the master system using the MODBUS or DNP 3.0 protocol. The packets communicate with each other using the LVDS bus, on which up to 16 MPT-1xx packets can be placed. The package is additionally equipped with an RS-232 service link for testing and parameterizing the module.

MPT-1xx is made in a standard that allows installation in the housing of the SO-52v11 controller.   []

Exemplary MPT-106

MPT-2x6 (temperature measurements)

The MPT-2x6 temperature measurement module is designed to work with PT100, PT1000 and Ni100 sensors. It enables collecting temperature measurements from 3 or 6 resistance sensors, depending on the version of the module. In selected channels, it is also possible to measure the intensity of direct current in the 4÷20 mA standard. All measurement channels are galvanically separated from each other. Separation also occurs with regard to the supply voltage. The module can be an element of a bay controller or cooperate with other object devices of the SYNDIS system. The input circuits of the module provide automatic compensation of the resistance of the connecting wires for the three-wire connection system of the sensor. It is also possible to connect sensors in a four-wire system. In each measurement path, an independent 16-bit A/D converter was used. Input circuits enable, after hardware reconfiguration, to connect signals in the 4÷20mA standard.

The module performs transmission with the master system in the Modbus-RTU standard. The packets communicate with each other using the LVDS bus, on which up to 8 MPT-2x6 packets can be placed. The package is additionally equipped with an RS-232 service link for testing and parameterizing the module.

The MPT-2x6 is made in a standard that allows installation in the SO-52v11 controller housing.   []

Exemplary MPT-206

MSS-2xx (control and signalization)

The MSS-2xx module can be a component of the object controller. It is designed for control and signaling by means of a control voltage of up to 220V DC, fed to the executive circuits by means of relays installed in the module. MSS-2xx has 12 control or signaling outputs. The outputs are provided by 12 binary relays with "normally open" or "normally open" and "normally closed" contacts, depending on the module version. All relays are separated from each other. Information about the control status of objects can be checked by the superior system. The module is equipped with a cyclic event buffer, which is backed up by a battery. The buffer allows you to store up to 1000 events along with the date and time of occurrence.

The module's processor communicates with the master communication module using the MODBUS-RTU or DNP 3.0 protocol. The packets communicate with each other using the LVDS bus, on which up to 16 MSS-2xx packets can be placed. The package is additionally equipped with an RS-232 service link for testing and parameterizing the module.

The MSS-2xx module is made in a standard that allows installation in the SO-52v11 controller housing.   []

Sample packages MSS-246 (upper package) and MSS-216

MSS-3xx (control and signalization)

The MSS-3xx module is a component of the SO-52v11 object controller. It is designed for control and signaling by means of a control voltage of up to 220V DC, which is fed to the executive circuits by means of relays installed in the module. The MSS-3xx module has 10 control outputs. They are grouped on two connectors with 5 control outputs each. The outputs are implemented using binary relays with "normally open" contacts. All relays are galvanically separated from each other. There is also a galvanic separation between the relays and the logic systems and the power supply. All relay terminals are brought out to object connectors located on the front panel of the module. The status of the relays activation can be indicated by the LED diode assigned to each relay.

Information about the control state can also be controlled by the superior system. The module has a cyclic event buffer into which changes occurring on any of the control outputs are entered. It is battery-backed and can store up to 1,000 events along with the time and date of their occurrence.

The MSS-3xx module can operate in single, double or multi-output control mode. It is also possible to control the presence of the control voltage on one of the contacts of the control relay. This allows you to test the continuity of the control circuits.

The MSS-3xx module has a service transmission channel based on the RS-232 interface (non-separated). Communication with the master system takes place using the LVDS bus using the MODBUS-RTU and DNP 3.0 protocol.   []

Exemplary MSS-301

MSS-4xx (control and signalization)

The MSS-4xx module is a component of the SO-52v11 object controller. It can also cooperate with other object devices of the SYNDIS system. The MSS-4xx relay control module is designed to implement controls by means of an auxiliary control voltage of up to 220V DC. MSS-4xx has 12 control outputs. The outputs are implemented using binary relays with "normally open" contacts. All relays are galvanically separated from each other. All relay terminals are brought out to object connectors located on the front panel of the module. The status of the relays activation can be indicated by the LED diode assigned to each relay. Information about the control state can also be controlled by the superior system.

It is possible to define individual controls as impulse. The MSS-4xx module can be additionally equipped with the possibility of connecting a larger external relay to the X4 connector. The standard executive relay is placed inside the module. It allows switching on loads up to 5A.

The module has a cyclic event buffer into which changes occurring on any of the control outputs are entered. This buffer is battery-backed and can store up to 1000 events along with the time and date of their occurrence.

The MSS-4xx module has a service transmission channel based on the RS-232 interface (non-separated). Communication with the master system takes place using the LVDS bus using the MODBUS-RTU and DNP 3.0 protocol.
Up to 16 MSS-4xx packets can be connected to the LVDS bus.   []

Exemplary MSS-406

MSS-5xx (control and signalization)

The MSS-5xx module is a component of the SO-52v11 object controller. The MSS-5xx relay control module is designed to implement controls and signaling by means of control voltage of up to 220V DC fed to the executive circuits by means of relays installed in the module.

The MSS-5xx has 32 control (or signaling) outputs. The outputs are implemented using binary relays with "normally open" contacts. They are grouped into 4 groups, galvanically separated from each other. One terminal of each relay is brought out to the object connectors, located on the front panel of the module. The other terminal of the relay is brought out as one common within the port. The status of the relays activation can be indicated by the LED diode assigned to each relay. Information about the control state can be controlled by the superior system.

It is possible to define individual controls as static or impulse. The module has a cyclic event buffer into which changes occurring on any of the control outputs are entered. The buffer is battery-backed and can store up to 1000 events along with the time and date of their occurrence.

The MSS-5xx module has a service transmission channel based on the RS-232 interface (non-separated). It is used for testing and parameterizing the system using the MODBUS-RTU protocol. Communication with the master system takes place using the LVDS bus using the MODBUS-RTU and DNP 3.0 protocol.
Up to 16 MSS-5xx packets can be connected to the LVDS bus.   []

Exemplary MSS-506

MSS-6xx (control and signalization)

The MSS-6xx module is a component of the SO-52v11 object controller (BCU - Bay Controler Unit) or RTU (Remote Terminal Unit) solutions. It is produced in several functional versions. The MSS-6xx relay control module is designed for control and signaling by means of a control voltage of up to 220V DC (for MSS-601 and MSS-611) and up to 230V AC (for MSS-621) fed to executive circuits by means of relays installed in the module. The MSS-6xx module has 16 control (or signaling) outputs. The outputs are implemented using binary relays with "normally open" contacts. All relays are galvanically separated from each other. There is also a galvanic separation between the relays and the logic systems and the power supply. The status of their control can be signaled by the LED diode assigned to each relay. Information about the control state can be controlled by the superior system.

It is possible to define individual controls as static or impulse. The module has a cyclic event buffer into which changes occurring on any of the control outputs are entered. The buffer is battery-backed and can store up to 1000 events along with the time and date of their occurrence.

MSS-601 has the ability to measure the control voltage. The contacts are brought out to the X3 connector of the main panel. The MSS-611 and MSS-621 models have 16 control outputs each without control voltage measurement.

The MSS-6xx module has a service transmission channel based on the RS-232 interface (non-separated). It is used to test and parameterize the system. Communication with the master system takes place using the LVDS bus using the MODBUS-RTU protocol. Up to 16 MSS-6xx packets can be connected to the LVDS bus.   []

Exemplary MSS-601

MSY-1xx (binary inputs/outputs)

The MSY-1xx binary input/output module is designed to collect events, count pulses from digital inputs and to implement controls. Controls are performed as part of the implementation of distributed telemechanics using a field controller or in cooperation with other SYNDIS system object devices.

Each MSY-1xx packet can contain up to 32 signal lines, each of which can be defined by software or hardware as an input or output line.

MSY-1xx configured as an input module records changes in binary input states or counts pulses from 32 binary signaling or pulse inputs with 24V DC input voltage levels.

MSY-1xx configured as an output module realizes up to 32 static or impulse controls by means of external control voltage.

Binary inputs and outputs are galvanically separated from the digital part, power supply and in pairs from each other. The package can be made for installation in MS, LVDS cassettes and as a module. Serial transmission is carried out through one of the three interfaces: LVDS (without galvanic separation), RS-485 (galvanically separated), multimode fiber optic link.   []

Sample MSY-101 package with MS bus

MTI-1xx (temperature measurements)

The MTI-1xx module is designed to collect temperature measurements from 4 PT100 resistance sensors and 4 5A AC current measurements. All measurement channels are galvanically separated from each other and from the power source. The MTI-1xx can be part of a bay controller or cooperate with other SYNDIS system object devices.

The MTI-1xx module has at its disposal:

  • 4 analog inputs (galvanically separated) for connecting PT100 temperature sensors
  • 4 analog inputs (galvanically separated) for measuring 5A AC current, inputs are independent of each other
  • addition - 3 independent analog inputs (galvanically separated from each other) for measuring 4-20mA DC current (only MTI-111 version)

The MTI-1xx module communicates with master devices using the LVDS bus using the MODBUS-RTU or DNP 3.0 protocol. Up to 16 MTI-1xx packages can be connected to the LVDS bus. The module also has a service interface RS-232 for testing and parameterizing the system.

The MTI-1xx module is equipped with a front panel of the height of a double Eurocard to be placed in the SO-52v11 controller.   []

Exemplary MTI-111

MSO-00x (network transmission)

The MSO-00x package is designed for data transmission in computer networks using the Ethernet standard. It is used in applications where the number of network ports of the PJC-9xx series central units is insufficient, e.g. in data concentrators or network synchronizers. It has been equipped with 10 Ethernet network ports with replaceable SFP inserts enabling transmission in the 10/100/1000 Base-TX and 100/1000 Base-FX standards. The system independently recognizes the model and adjusts the transmission speed and type of communication to the cylinder used.

Depending on the hardware version and configuration in the dedicated pConfig program, individual interfaces can work as:

  • independent interfaces with separate physical addresses, IP addresses, and subnet masks
  • interfaces working in a switch system with the same physical address, IP address and subnet mask

The module is equipped with hardware support for the PTP precise time synchronization protocol. This protocol enables time synchronization over the Ethernet network with an accuracy of less than one microsecond, which is why it is used in time-critical applications. The use of time stamping already at the level of the physical layer of the protocol allows for the maximum possible accuracy of the protocol.

The package has two hardware versions:

  • MSO-001 – 10 independent network ports supporting the PTP precise time synchronization protocol
  • MSO-002version with a switch (8 ports in the switch system - the same IP address and two independent ports with PTP) and with independent interfaces (8 independent ports - different IP addresses and 2 independent ports with PTP)

For MSO-002 configuration is made with the pConfig program.   []

Exemplary MSO-002

MWA-1xx (control and signalization)

The MWA-1xx analog output module is designed to implement analog controls and signaling by means of current signals. The module can work as an element of the
SO-52v1x controller in distributed telemechanics or cooperate with other SYNDIS system object devices.

The MWA-1xx has a maximum of 24 analog current outputs (3 groups of 8 inputs each). The following versions are available: 8, 16, or 24 outputs led out to 10-pin field connectors, located on the front of the device. The output circuits are galvanically separated from the power source. The outputs are implemented in configurable current ranges 0÷20mA, 4÷20mA, 0÷5mA.

Communication with the master device can take place via the LVDS bus (in the case of a packet structure) or through a galvanically separated RS-485 interface (in the case of an independent packet structure). The MWA-1xx also has a service interface RS-232 (galvanically separated) for testing and parameterizing the module.

The open communication protocol allows for cooperation with devices from other manufacturers.   []

Exemplary MWA-101

MWS-1xx (binary inputs)

The MWS-1xx binary input module is designed to collect events and count pulses from digital inputs as part of the implementation of distributed telemechanics using a field controller or in cooperation with other SYNDIS system object devices.

The binary input module has 24 inputs that record state changes or count pulses. Each of the inputs can be defined as signaling or pulse. Changes in input states are collected for the signaling inputs. Detected changes can be saved in the cyclic event buffer, in battery-backed memory, with a capacity sufficient to save 1000 events with the date and time of their occurrence. In addition, there are LED diodes on the façade that indicate high input states. Each of the inputs has a separate signaling.

The binary inputs are galvanically separated from the digital part, from the power supply and from each other.

Communication with the master device takes place through the non-galvanically separated LVDS bus using the MODBUS or DNP 3.0 protocol. Up to 16 MWS-1xx packages can be connected to the bus. The module also has a service interface RS-232 for testing and parameterizing the system.   []

Exemplary MWS-156w.221

MWS-2xx (binary inputs)

The MWS-2xx binary input module is designed for the acquisition of events and counting pulses from digital inputs as part of the implementation of distributed telemechanics by means of a field controller or in cooperation with other object devices of the SYNDIS system.

The binary input module has 32 inputs that record state changes or count pulses with different input voltage levels (available according to the product key). The module can be produced in a version with 16 or 32 inputs. The status of each input can be signaled by means of LEDs visible to the user.

The binary inputs are galvanically separated from the digital part, from the power supply and from each other (in 4 groups of 8 inputs each).

Each of the inputs can be defined as signaling or pulse. Detected changes can be saved in a cyclic event buffer, in a battery-backed memory with a capacity sufficient to store 1000 events along with the date and time of its occurrence.

Communication with the master device takes place through a galvanically separated LVDS bus using the MODBUS-RTU or DNP 3.0 protocol or through a galvanically separated RS-485 interface. Up to 16 MWS-2xx packets can be connected to the LVDS bus. But with use RS-485 can be connected up to 32 modules. The module also has a service interface RS-232 for testing and parameterizing the system.   []

Exemplary MWS-206-Bw.221

MWS-40x (binary inputs)

The MWS-40x binary input module contains 48 inputs with an input voltage of 24V DC or 48V DC. It is designed for the acquisition of changes in input states and counting pulses from digital inputs as part of the implementation of distributed telemechanics by means of a field controller or in cooperation with other object devices of the SYNDIS system.

The MWS-40x module registers events in the form of status changes or pulse counting. Input status changes are recorded by the module processor with a resolution of 1ms.
The binary inputs are galvanically separated from the digital part and the power supply. The inputs are separated in groups (6 groups of 8 inputs each).   []

Exemplary MWS-406

MWS-41x (binary inputs)

The MWS-41x binary input module contains 64 inputs with an input voltage level of 24V DC or 48V DC. It is designed for the acquisition of changes in input states and counting pulses from digital inputs as part of the implementation of distributed telemechanics by means of a field controller or in cooperation with other object devices of the SYNDIS system.

The MWS-41x module registers events in the form of status changes or pulse counting. Input status changes are recorded by the module processor with a resolution of 1ms.
The binary inputs are galvanically separated from the digital part and the power supply. The inputs are separated in groups (8 groups of 8 inputs each). The outputs are connected to Wago connectors.   []

Exemplary MWS-416w.48

MWS-42x (binary inputs)

The MWS-42x binary input module contains 64 inputs (in 8 groups of 8 inputs each) with an input voltage of 24V DC or 48V DC. The outputs are led out to two
D-SUB connectors.   []

Exemplary MWS-426w.48

MWS-436 (binary inputs)

The MWS-436 binary input module replaced the MWS-41x. The MWS-436 module is designed to acquire changes in input states and count pulses from digital inputs as part of the implementation of distributed telemechanics by means of a field controller or in cooperation with other SYNDIS system object devices. The binary input module has 64 inputs that record state changes or count pulses with a voltage of up to 48V DC.

Each of the inputs can be defined as signaling or pulse.

Changes in input states are collected for the signaling inputs. Detected changes can be saved in the cyclic event buffer, in battery-backed memory, with a capacity sufficient to save 1000 events with the date and time of their occurrence.

For pulse inputs, pulses are counted on the inputs, the type and polarization of which can be defined separately for each input.

The binary inputs are galvanically separated from the digital part and from the power supply. The inputs are separated in 8 groups of 8 inputs each. In addition, there are LED diodes on the façade for signaling the status of each input.

Communication with the master device takes place through the non-galvanically separated LVDS bus. Up to 16 MWS-436 packages can be connected to the bus. The module also has a service interface RS-232 for testing and parameterizing the system.   []

Exemplary MWS-436w.24

MWS-501 (binary inputs)

The MWS-501 binary input module is designed for the acquisition of changes in input states and counting pulses from digital inputs as part of the implementation of distributed telemechanics by means of a field controller or in cooperation with other object devices of the SYNDIS system. The binary input module has 32 inputs (in 4 groups of 8 inputs each), which record state changes or count pulses with a voltage of up to 220V DC. Individual groups of inputs are galvanically separated from each other and have a common pole (+) or (-).

The module communicates with the master system via the LVDS-Y bus. Module versions marked with the letter "-H" provide hysteresis of input voltage levels.   []

Exemplary MWS-501-H w.221

MZA-101 (power supply)

Not recommendedfor apply in new solutions

The MZA-101 power supply supplies all DC voltages that supply the packets included in the object controller of the SO-52v11 series. It can also be used to power electrical and electronic devices in IT and industrial automation. The power supply enables input voltages from two independent sources (primary and reserve). Switching occurs automatically when one of them disappears. The device is characterized by high efficiency thanks to the use of impulse processing.

The MZA-101 power supply has the following functional blocks:

  • +5V/3A power supply with 3.3V/3A converter
  • power supply +12V/1A, -12V/1A
  • +24V/0.8A object voltage power supply
  • input voltage switch

The power supply blocks +5V, +3.3V, +12V, -12V have a common reference potential.

It is also characterized by a low level of electromagnetic interference. It features overcurrent protection with short-circuit current reduction, which provides short-circuit immunity for indefinite periods of time and auto-recovery when the overload is removed. The power supply is also equipped with overvoltage protection, which, after the output voltage is exceeded, causes permanent shutdown of the power supply.

The power supply can be prepared with a 3U or 6U facade and with the possibility of mounting in a cassette or as a module.   []

Exemplary MZA-101

MZA-20x (power supply)

The MZA-20x power supply supplies all DC voltages that supply the packets included in the object controller of the SO-52v11 series. It can also be used to power electrical and electronic devices in IT and industrial automation. The power supply enables input voltages from two independent sources (primary and reserve). Switching occurs automatically when one of them disappears. The device is characterized by high efficiency thanks to the use of impulse processing.

MZA-20x has the following functional blocks:

  • four-voltage power supply +3.3V/3A, +5V/6A, +12V/1A, -12V/1A
  • +24V/0.8A object voltage power supply
  • input voltage switch system with a comparator
  • control and measurement system based on the ATMEGA128 microcontroller

The power supply blocks +5V, +3.3V, +12V, -12V have a common reference potential. It is also characterized by a low level of electromagnetic interference.

The power supply is equipped with overcurrent protection with short-circuit current reduction, which provides indefinite short-circuit immunity and automatic recovery after the overload is removed. The power supply is also equipped with overvoltage protection, which, after the output voltage is exceeded, causes permanent shutdown of the power supply.

The MZA-205 version has an RS-485 serial interface and two independent relay outputs, available on the front panel on the X2 connector. They can be used as alarm relays or as simple control outputs.   []

Exemplary MZA-205

MZA-210 (power supply)

The MZA-210 power supply supplies all DC voltages that supply the packets included in the object controller of the SO-52v11 series. It can also be used to power electrical and electronic devices in IT and industrial automation. The power supply enables parallel operation with an identical device in redundant mode. It is characterized by high efficiency thanks to the use of impulse processing.

The MZA-210 power supply has the following functional blocks:

  • four-voltage power supply +3.3V/3A, +5V/6A, +12V/1A, -12V/1A
  • +24V/0.8A separated object voltage power supply
  • security system and input filters
  • control and measurement system based on the ATMEGA128 microcontroller

The power supply blocks +5V, +3.3V, +12V, -12V have a common reference potential. The power supply has a built-in RS-485 service interface, which can additionally act as an LVDS bus converter. It is also characterized by a low level of electromagnetic interference.

The power supply is equipped with overcurrent protection with short-circuit current reduction, which ensures short-circuit immunity for any length of time and automatic recovery after the overload is removed. The power supply is also equipped with overvoltage protection, which, after the output voltage is exceeded, causes permanent shutdown of the power supply.

The operating parameters of the PSU are available both through the LVDS bus and through the RS-485 service link. This allows the operation of the power supply to be controlled by the MPA series package, which serves as the "Master" of the SO-52v11 series object controllers.   []

Exemplary MZA-210

MZA-410 (power supply)

The MZA-410 power supply supplies all DC voltages that supply the packets included in the object controller of the SO-52v11 series. The power supply enables parallel operation with an identical device in redundant mode. It is characterized by high efficiency thanks to the use of impulse processing.

MZA-410 has the following functional blocks:

  • power supply module +5V/12A with DC/DC step down converter +3.3V/4A
  • +24V/1A separated object voltage module
  • security system and input filters
  • control and measurement system based on the ATMEGA128 microcontroller

The +5V and +3.3V power blocks have a common reference potential. The power supply is equipped with overcurrent protection with short-circuit current reduction, which ensures short-circuit immunity for any length of time and automatic recovery after the overload is removed. The device is also equipped with overvoltage protection, which causes permanent shutdown of the power supply after the output voltage is exceeded.

The power supply also has a built-in RS-485 service interface, which can additionally act as an LVDS bus converter. The operating parameters of the PSU are available both through the LVDS bus and through the RS-485 service link. This allows the device to be controlled by the MPA series package acting as the "Master" of the SO-52v11 series object controllers or by the PJC-8xx package used as the master processor chip for the RTU.   []

Exemplary MZA-410

MZA-501 (power supply)

The MZA-501 microprocessor module has been replaced with the MZA-502 module (description below).

MZA-502 (power supply)

The MZA-502 microprocessor power supply module replaced the MZA-501 model.

The MZA-502 power supply supplies all DC voltages supplying the packets included in the object controller of the SO-52v11 series. It can also be used to power electrical and electronic devices in IT and industrial automation, from a 48V station battery or from a single-phase 230V AC or 220V DC network. The power supply enables parallel operation with an identical device in redundant mode. The device is characterized by high efficiency thanks to the use of impulse processing.

MZA-502 has the following functional blocks:

  • power supply module +5V/16A
  • DC/DC converters from +5V to +3.3V/3A, +12V/0.8A, -12V/0.35A
  • +24V/1.3A separated object voltage power supply
  • security system and input filters
  • control and measurement system based on the ATMEGA128 microcontroller

The +5V, +3.3V, +12V and -12V power blocks have a common reference potential.

The power supply has a built-in RS-485 service interface, which can additionally act as an LVDS bus converter.   []

Exemplary MZA-502

PTF-0xx (serial transmission with PCIe)

The PTF-0xx serial transmission module is used to support serial transmissions via asynchronous multimode fiber optic links. The modules are made with four or eight channels cooperating in the RS-422 mode. The module is adapted to work with the MPCI bus (PCIe manufactured by Mikronika). The PTF-0xx is designed to be supported by the PJC-9xx CPUs.

On the façade there is an ATN button that allows you to turn off the package and remove it from the cassette without having to turn off the entire controller. The procedure of attaching the package after its re-insertion is automatic. Each channel is assigned LEDs showing the operating status of the channel.

Depending on the fiber used, the packages are manufactured with ST connectors (for 62.5/125 µm multimode fiber) or VL connectors (for plastic fibers). []

Examples of PTF-004 (bottom) and PTF-008 packages with ST connectors

PTX-00x (serial transmission with PCIe)

The PTX-00x serial transmission module is used to support serial transmissions. The modules are available with four or eight channels, each of which can operate in the RS-232, RS-485 or RS-422 mode. The operating mode of each channel is performed during the configuration of the module using the configuration program. The module is adapted to work with the MPCI bus (PCIe manufactured by Mikronika). Each channel is assigned LEDs showing the operating status of the channel. Transmission channels are galvanically separated both from each other and from the system bus.

On the façade there is an ATN button that allows you to turn off the package and remove it from the cassette without having to turn off the entire controller. The procedure of attaching the package after its re-insertion is automatic. []

Exemplary PTX-004 (bottom) i PTX-008

STP-1xx (binary inputs/outputs)

The STP-1xx field control module is designed to acquire events from digital inputs and perform controls as part of the implementation of distributed telemechanics. They are carried out by means of an external control voltage. The module can be an element of a bay controller or cooperate with other object devices of the SYNDIS system.

The STP-1xx field control module has 16 binary binary inputs (with a voltage level of 24V DC), on which it registers state changes, and 4 binary outputs for static or pulse control by means of an external control voltage.

Binary inputs and outputs are galvanically separated from the digital part and the power supply. Each of the 16 binary inputs can be configured as signaling or pulse.
In the signaling mode, changes in input states are recorded. Detected changes are saved in the cyclic event buffer, located in the memory with battery backup, with a capacity of up to 1000 events, along with the date and time of their occurrence. In the pulse mode, signals are counted, the polarization of which can be defined separately for each input.

The device cooperates with the superior communication and control module via the LVDS bus (without galvanic separation) or the RS-485 interface (with galvanic separation). This communication cannot take place via both interfaces at the same time. The communication channel uses the MODBUS-RTU or DNP 3.0 protocol. Up to 16 STP-1xx packets can be connected on the LVDS bus, and up to 32 modules can be connected when communicating via RS-485. There is also a service interface RS-232 (with galvanic separation) for testing and parameterization.

The module is made with a facade in the form of a eurocard to be mounted in a cassette.   []

Exemplary STP-106

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