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INSTALLING AN OPTION CARD
Caution: The option and main circuit cards contain static
sensitive components. Before handling the cards, discharge
static charges from your body by touching a grounded bare
metal object. Ideally, handle the cards at a static controlled
clean workstation. Also, only handle the cards by the edges.
Dirt, oil or other contaminants that may contact the cards can
adversely affect circuit operation.
Warning: Exposed line voltage will be present on the circuit
boards when power is applied. Remove all power to the unit
AND load circuits before accessing the unit.
1. When handling the main circuit board, hold it by the rear cover. When
handling the option card, hold it by the terminal block.
2. Remove the main assembly from the rear of the case by squeezing both
finger holds on the rear cover and pulling the assembly out of the case.
Or use a small screwdriver to depress the side latches and pull the main
assembly out of the case. Do not remove the rear cover from the main
circuit board.
3. Install the option card by locating PAXCDC card slot location on the
main circuit board. Align the option card terminal block with the
PAXCDC terminal block position on the rear cover. Align the PAXCDC
connector with the main circuit board option card connector and then
press to fully engage the connectors. Verify that the tab on the option card
rests in the alignment slot on the display board.
4. Slide the assembly back into the case. Be sure the rear cover latches fully
engage in the case.
5. Apply the option card label to the bottom side of the PAX. Do not cover
the vents on the top surface of the unit. The surface of the case must
be clean for the label to adhere properly. Apply the label to the area
designated by the large case label.
DESCRIPTION
The DeviceNet Option Card (PAXCDC30) is designed for the PAX series. It
fits into the Comms slot of any PAX and allows the unit to communicate with a
DeviceNet bus. The card supports Polling, Bit Strobe, and
Explicit Message Commands. The MAC ID and the Baud Rate are switch
adjustable via a DIP switch. A bicolor LED is used to indicate the unit’s status
in relationship to the bus.
MODEL PAXCDC -DEVICENET™ OUTPUT OPTION CARD
Finger
Tab
Finger
Tab
Slot #
Alignment
Slot 3
Main
Circuit
Board
1 2 3
PAXCDC
Option Card
Connector
Rear
Cover
PAXCDC Rear
Terminal Block
Position
TOP VIEW
ANALOG
OUTPUT OR
REAL-TIME
CLOCK CARD
SETPOINT
OUTPUT
CARD
LABEL
SERIAL
OUTPUT
CARD
LABEL
MAIN
LABEL
LABEL
MAC
IDRATE
BAUD NETWORK
STATUS
LEDS
DIP SWITCHES
Both MAC ID and baud rate are set via DIP switches on the DeviceNet
option card. See the DIP switch setting table for more details on these DIP
switches. Configuration of MAC ID and baud rate is not supported over
DeviceNet.
NETWORK STATUS LEDs
The network status LEDs provide visual indication to the operator of the
DeviceNet card’s current status.
ORDERING INFORMATION
MODEL NO. DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER
PAX DeviceNet™ Output Card PAXCDC30PAXCDC
Bulletin No. PAXCDC3-F
Drawing No. LP0424
Released 06/15
Tel +1 (717) 767-6511
Fax +1 (717) 764-0839
www.redlion.net
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DeviceNet™ SPECIFICATIONS
POWER SUPPLY
Source: Supplied by DeviceNet bus.
The bus does not power the PAX.
Voltage: 11 to 25 VDC.
Current:
Nominal: 40 mA at 25 VDC.
Inrush: 550 mA for 5 msec at 25 VDC.
Note: Power must be applied to the PAX unit before bus power is applied
to the card.
NETWORK SPECIFICS
Compatibility: Group 2 Server Only, not UCMM capable.
Baud Rates: 125 Kbaud, 250 Kbaud, and 500 Kbaud.
Bus Interface: Phillips 82C250 or equivalent with mis-wiring protection per
DeviceNet Volume 1 Section 10.2.2.
Node Isolation: Bus powered, isolated node.
Host Isolation: 500 Vrms for 1 minute (50 V working) between DeviceNet
and PAX input common.
Bus Connection:
12 V+
13 CAN_H
14 CAN_L
15 V-
Shield: No Connection
INSTALLATION INFORMATION
Factory Settings:
Baud rate: 125 KBs.
MAC ID: 63
Strobe Register: 07h
Polling flags: All on.
Swap data flag: Off.
Store Flags: All on.
DIP SWITCH SETTING TABLE
SWITCH # SETTING
1 - 6 MAC ID (all off = 0, all on = 63) Switch 1 is LSB (1), switch 6 is MSB (32).
7 off, 8 off 125 K baud
7 on, 8 off 250 K baud
7 off, 8 on 500 K baud
7 on, 8 on N/A
CONNECTION SIZES
Device Profile: This product conforms to the DeviceNet specification
Volumes I and II of version 2.0.
Device Configuration: No DeviceNet configuration is supported.
However, some PAX unit configuration is supported.
MESSAGE PRODUCED CONSUMED
Explicit 4 Bytes 4 Bytes
Polled 4 Bytes 6 Bytes
Bit Strobe 4 Bytes 8 Bytes
NETWORK STATUS LEDs
Flashing Red LED:
This device is the only device on the network (waiting for an
acknowledgment to its duplicate MAC ID check), or an I/O connection
has timed out, or a recoverable error has occurred.
Flashing Green LED:
The device is functioning correctly and is waiting to be commissioned
by a bus master.
Solid Red LED:
The device has encountered a non-recoverable fault, such as a duplicate
MAC ID response, and has removed itself from the bus, or the device is
in a power up reset state and is attempting to come on line.
Solid Green LED:
The device is on line, functioning correctly and has been commissioned
by a bus master.
SUPPORTED CONNECTIONS
Polled Command: The Polled Command consumes 6 bytes of data, and is used
to get, set, or reset attributes. The attribute is determined by the value in byte
0 of the data field. Refer to the Attribute Identification Chart for the
appropriate value. Byte 1 determines the action: 0 = get, 1 = set, 2 = reset.
The next 4 bytes are the new attribute value for the set command. For get or
reset commands, enter 4 zeros. The data response from the Polled Command
is in the format of a 4 byte hexadecimal number. For the get command (0),
the response is the attribute value. For the set command (1), the response is
an echo of the data input. For the reset command (2), all 0s are returned.
Bit Strobe Command: The Bit Strobe Command consumes eight bytes of data,
or less. This is a read only predetermined attribute. The data response from
the Bit Strobe Command is in the format of a 4 byte hexadecimal number.
The register that will be read using the Bit Strobe command is determined by
setting Attribute 2, Instance 1, Class 100* (decimal) with a value that
represents the desired attribute. Refer to the Attribute Identification Chart for
the appropriate value.
*Class 100 (decimal) is a vendor specific class.
EXPLICIT MESSAGE COMMAND
Get Attribute: The attribute that will be read using the Get Attribute command
is determined by setting Service Code 14, Instance 1, Class 100* (decimal),
and the attribute with a value that represents the desired attribute. Refer to the
Attribute Identification Chart for the appropriate value. The data response
from the Get Attribute Command is in the format of a 4 byte hexadecimal
number.
Set Attribute: The attribute that will be set using the Set Attribute command is
determined by setting Service Code 16, Instance 1, Class 100* (decimal), and
the attribute with a value that represents the desired attribute. Refer to the
Attribute Identification Chart for the appropriate value. The data field for the
Set Attribute Command is entered as a 4 byte hexadecimal number.
Reset Attribute: The attribute that will be reset using the Reset Attribute
command is determined by setting Service Code 5, Instance 1, Class 100*
(decimal), and the attribute with a value that represents the desired attribute.
Refer to the Attribute Identification Chart for the appropriate value.
*Class 100 (decimal) is a vendor specific class.
Note: Not all attributes respond to a Set or Reset Attribute command. Refer to
the Attribute Identification Chart for details.
Vendor Specific Error Responses
CODE ERROR # ERROR CODE MEANING
1F (General Code) Vendor Specific Error
1 (Additional Code) PAX unit Response Time-out
2 (Additional Code) Vendor Service Not Supported
3 (Additional Code) Command String Syntax Error
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ATTRIBUTE IDENTIFICATION CHART - PAX, PAXI, PAXCK, PAXDP AND PAXDR
VALUE ID DESCRIPTION SERVICE CODES SUPPORTED POLLING STORE
PAX PAXI PAXCK PAXDP PAXDR PAX PAXI PAXCK PAXDP PAXDR
1 Data Swapping Flag  G, S G, S G, S G, S G, S N/A N/A
2 Bit Strobe Attribute G, S G, S G, S G, S G, S N/A N/A
3 Polling Flags 1 Á G, S G, S G, S G, S G, S N/A N/A
4 Polling Flags 2 Á G, S G, S G, S G, S G, S N/A N/A
5 Polling Flags 3 Á N/A G, S G, S G, S G, S N/A N/A
6 DIP Switch  G G G G G, S N/A N/A
7 A Input Count A Timer Input A (rel) Rate A G G, S, R G, S, R G, R G Attr 3, bit 0 Attr 26, bit 0
8 B Total Count B Count Input B (rel) Rate B G, R G, S, R G, S, R G, R G Attr 3, bit 1 Attr 26, bit 1
9 C Max Count C RTC Time Calc Rate C G, R G, S, R G, S G G Attr 3, bit 2 Attr 26, bit 2
10 D Min Rate RTC Date Total Total A G, R G, S G, S G, R G, S, R Attr 3, bit 3 Attr 26, bit 3
11 E SP 1 Min SP 1 Min Input Total B G, S, R G, S, R G, S, R G, R G, S, R Attr 3, bit 4 Attr 26, bit 4
12 F SP 2 Max SP 2 Max Input Total C G, S, R G, S, R G, S, R G, R G, R Attr 3, bit 5 Attr 26, bit 5
13 G SP 3 Scale A SP 3 Input A (abs) Scale A G, S, R G, S G, S, R G G, S Attr 3, bit 6 Attr 26, bit 6
14 H SP 4 Scale B SP 4 Input B (abs) Scale B G, S, R G, S G, S, R G G, S Attr 3, bit 7 Attr 26, bit 7
15 I AOR  Scale C SP 1 Off Input A (offset) Scale C G, S G, S G, S G, S G, S Attr 4, bit 0 Attr 27, bit 0
16 J CSR  Load A SP 2 Off Input B (offset) Load A G, S G, S G, S G, S G, S Attr 4, bit 1 Attr 27, bit 1
17 K ----- Load B SP 3 Off ----- Load B ----- G, S G, S ----- G, S Attr 4, bit 2 Attr 27, bit 2
18 L ----- Load C SP 4 Off ----- ----- ----- G, S G, S ----- ---- Attr 4, bit 3 Attr 27, bit 3
19 M ----- SP 1 Timer Start SP 1 Setpoint 1 ----- G, S, R G, S G, S, R G, S, R Attr 4, bit 4 Attr 27, bit 4
20 O ----- SP 2 Count Start SP 2 Setpoint 2 ----- G, S, R G, S G, S, R G, S, R Attr 4, bit 5 Attr 27, bit 5
21 Q ----- SP 3 Timer Stop SP 3 Setpoint 3 ----- G, S, R G, S G, S, R G, S, R Attr 4, bit 6 Attr 27, bit 6
22 S ----- SP 4 Count Stop SP 4 Setpoint 4 ----- G, S, R G, S G, S, R G, S, R Attr 4, bit 7 Attr 27, bit 7
23 U ----- MMR  MMR  MMR  MMR  ----- G, S G, S G, S G, S Attr 5, bit 0 Attr 28, bit 0
24 W ----- AOR  RTC Day AOR  AOR  ----- G, S G, S G, S G, S Attr 5, bit 1 Attr 28, bit 1
25 X ----- SOR  SOR  SOR  SOR  ----- G, S G, S G, S G, S Attr 5, bit 2 Attr 28, bit 2
26 Store Flags 1  G, S G, S G, S G, S G, S N/A N/A
27 Store Flags 2  G, S G, S G, S G, S G, S N/A N/A
28 Store Flags 3  N/A G, S G, S G, S G, S N/A N/A
ATTRIBUTE IDENTIFICATION CHART - PAX2A, PAX2C, PAX2D AND PAX2S
VALUE ID DESCRIPTION SERVICE CODES SUPPORTED POLLING STORE
PAX2A PAX2C PAX2D PAX2S PAX2A PAX2C PAX2D PAX2S
1 Data Swapping Flag  G, S G, S G, S G, S N/A N/A
2 Bit Strobe Attribute G, S G, S G, S G, S N/A N/A
3 Polling Flags 1 Á G, S G, S G, S G, S N/A N/A
4 Polling Flags 2 Á G, S G, S G, S G, S N/A N/A
5 Polling Flags 3 Á G, S G, S G, S G, S N/A N/A
6 DIP Switch  G, S G, S G, S G, S N/A N/A
7 A Input (rel) Input (PV) Count A Input (relative) G, R G G, S, R G, R Attr 3, bit 0 Attr 26, bit 0
8 B Total Active Setpoint Count B Total G, R G, S G, S, R G, R Attr 3, bit 1 Attr 26, bit 1
9 C Max. Input Setpoint Ramp Rate Count C Max. Input G, R G, S G, S, R G, R Attr 3, bit 2 Attr 26, bit 2
10 D Min. Input Output Power Rate A Min. Input G, R G, S G G, R Attr 3, bit 3 Attr 26, bit 3
11 E Setpoint 1 Proportional Band Rate B Setpoint 1 G, S, R G, S G G, S, R Attr 3, bit 4 Attr 26, bit 4
12 F Setpoint 2 Integral Time Rate C Setpoint 2 G, S, R G, S G G, S, R Attr 3, bit 5 Attr 26, bit 5
13 G Setpoint 3 Derivative Time Max (Hi) Value Setpoint 3 G, S, R G, S G, S, R G, S, R Attr 3, bit 6 Attr 26, bit 6
14 H Setpoint 4 Alarm Status (1-4) Min (Lo) Value Setpoint 4 G, S, R G, S G, S, R G, S, R Attr 3, bit 7 Attr 26, bit 7
15 I Band/Dev 1 Alarm Value 1 Scale Factor A Band/Dev 1 G, S G, S, R G, S G, S Attr 4, bit 0 Attr 27, bit 0
16 J Band/Dev 2 Alarm Value 2 Scale Factor B Band/Dev 2 G, S G, S, R G, S G, S Attr 4, bit 1 Attr 27, bit 1
17 K Band/Dev 3 Alarm Value 3 Cnt Load A Band/Dev 3 G, S G, S, R G, S G, S Attr 4, bit 2 Attr 27, bit 2
18 L Band/Dev 4 Alarm Value 4 Cnt Load B Band/Dev 4 G, S G, S, R G, S G, S Attr 4, bit 3 Attr 27, bit 3
19 M Input (abs) ---- Setpoint 1 Gross (Absolute) G ---- G, S, R G Attr 4, bit 4 Attr 27, bit 4
20 O Input Offset ---- Setpoint 2 Tare (Offset) Value G, S ---- G, S, R G, S, R Attr 4, bit 5 Attr 27, bit 5
21 Q ----- ---- Setpoint 3 ---- ---- ---- G, S, R ---- Attr 4, bit 6 Attr 27, bit 6
22 S ----- ---- Setpoint 4 ---- ---- ---- G, S, R ---- Attr 4, bit 7 Attr 27, bit 7
23 U MMR  ---- MMR  MMR  G, S ---- G, S G, S Attr 5, bit 0 Attr 28, bit 0
24 W AOR  ---- AOR  AOR  G, S ---- G, S G, S Attr 5, bit 1 Attr 28, bit 1
25 X SOR  ---- SOR  SOR  G, S ---- G, S G, S Attr 5, bit 2 Attr 28, bit 2
26 Store Flags 1  G, S G, S G, S G, S N/A N/A
27 Store Flags 2  G, S G, S G, S G, S N/A N/A
28 Store Flags 3  G, S G, S G, S G, S N/A N/A
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 Data Swap: (1 byte), Attribute 1, Instance 1, Class 100 (decimal). Data is
normally sent and entered as follows: Pax display value = 500000 (7A120h).
4 byte value sent would be 20 A1 07 00. Setting the data swap value to 1
would result in the data being sent as 00 07 A1 20. This attribute can only be
set to 0 or 1, all other values are ignored. The factory setting value is 0. Data
Byte is saved in EEPROM memory.
Á Polling Flags: (3 bytes) Attribute 3 - 5, Instance 1, Class 100 (decimal). The
DeviceNet card is continually requesting values from the PAX unit. The
polling flags determine what values are requested during each loop. Setting
the flags to “1” enables the card to poll that particular value. A “0” value
disables it. Turning polling flags off allows the card to request fewer values
and therefore decreases the internal loop time, which allows the values that
are polled to be updated more often.
TYPICAL UPDATE TIMES
PAX PAXI/PAXCK/PAXDP
All values (10) – 1.00 sec All values (19) – 750 msec
5 values – 500 msec 10 values – 430 msec
1 value – 100 msec 5 values – 230 msec
1 value – 52 msec
If a Set Attribute is executed for any value, that value is automatically
updated to the latest value, regardless of whether the polling flag is on or off.
On power up, all values are updated regardless of Polling flag settings.
Polling flag values are saved in EEPROM memory. Factory settings is “on”
for all Polling flags.
See Meter Attribute Identification Chart for polling flags.
 DIP Switch Values: (1 byte), Attribute 6, Instance 1, Class 100 (decimal).
Returns the dip switch setting. Switch 1 = LSB, 1 = on.
 Indicates PAX Manual Mode Registers. See next section for descriptions of
these registers.
 Store Flags: (3 bytes) Attribute 26 - 28, Instance 1, Class 100 (decimal). This
set of flags determines whether the attribute is stored to EEPROM when a Set
or Reset service code is executed. If the flag is 0, the value is not saved to
EEPROM memory in the PAX. If the flag is 1, the value is saved immediately
to EEPROM memory in the PAX. Factory setting is “on” for all Store Flags.
The attributes are grouped in blocks. Storing one attribute may cause others
to be stored. If an attribute is SET frequently, its store flag should be set to 0
to increase EEPROM life.
(CSR) Control Status Register [16] (PAX Analog Only)
The Control Status Register is used to directly control the PAX unit's outputs
(setpoints and analog output), or view the state of the setpoint outputs and the
status of the temperature sensor (PAXT only). The attribute is bit mapped with
each bit position within the attribute assigned to a particular control function.
The control functions are invoked by writing to each bit position. The bit
position definitions are:
In Manual Mode, the setpoint outputs are defined by the values written to bits
b0, b1, b2, b3; and the analog output is defined by the value written to the AOR.
Internal control of these outputs is then overridden. In automatic mode, the
setpoint outputs can only be reset off.
Example:
1. Select manual mode for all outputs:
Value to write to attribute 16: 0010h
(MMR) Auto/Manual Mode Register [23]
(PAXI/PAXCK/PAXDP/PAX2/PAXDR – Not PAX2C)
This attribute sets the controlling mode for the outputs. In Auto Mode (0) the
PAX controls the setpoint output. In Manual Mode (1) the outputs are defined
by the attribute SOR. When transferring from auto mode to manual mode, the
PAX holds the last output value (until the attribute is changed by a write). Each
output may be independently changed to auto or manual. Select values to place
in manual mode by writing appropriate value to attribute 23. The bit position
definitions are:
Example:
1. Select manual mode for all outputs and AOR:
Value to write to attribute 23: 001Fh
(SOR) Setpoint Output Register [25]
(PAXI/PAXCK/PAXDP/PAX2/PAXDR – Not PAX2C)
This attribute is used to view or change the states of the setpoint outputs.
Reading from this attribute will show the present state of all the setpoint outputs.
A “0” in the setpoint location means the output is inactive and a “1” means the
output is active.
In Automatic Mode (See MMR Description), the PAX unit determines the
setpoint output state. In Manual Mode, writing to this attribute will change the
output state. The bit position definitions are:
Examples:
1. Turn all outputs on:
Value to write to attribute 25 - 000Fh.
2. Turn outputs 1, 3 on:
Value to write to attribute 25 - 0005h.
3. Turn all outputs off:
Value to write to attribute 25 - 0000h.
(AOR) Analog Output Register (Not PAXCK/PAX2C)
The Analog Output Register controls the analog output of the PAX unit. The
manual mode must first be engaged by setting bit 4 of the CSR (PAX) or bit 0
of the MMR (PAXI). The range of values of this attribute is 0 to 4095, which
corresponds to 0 mA, 0 V and 20 mA, 10 V; respectively. If a value larger than
4095 is written to the AOR Attribute, 4095 will be loaded. The table lists
correspondence of the output signal with the attribute value.
*Due to the absolute accuracy rating
and resolution of the output card, the
actual output signal may differ 0.15% FS
from the table values. The output signal
corresponds to the range selected (20 mA
or 10 V).
Writing to this attribute while the analog output is in the manual mode causes
the output signal to update immediately. While in the automatic mode, this
attribute may be written to, but the PAX unit's output will not update until placed
in manual mode.
Examples:
1. Set output to full scale:
Value to write to attribute 15 (PAX) or attribute 24 (PAXI) - 0FFFh (4095).
2. Set output to zero scale:
Value to write to attribute 15 (PAX) or attribute 24 (PAXI) - 0000h (0).
MANUAL MODE DESCRIPTION
1
Attribute Value
0
2047
4094
4095
Output Signal*
V (V)I (mA)
0.000 0.000
0.00250.005
10.000 5.000
19.995 9.9975
10.00020.000
bit 0: Analog Output
bit 1: SP4
bit 2: SP3
bit 3: SP2
bit 4: SP1



0 = Auto Mode
1 = Manual Mode
PAXI/PAXDP/PAX2/PAXDR
bit 0: SP4
bit 1: SP3
bit 2: SP2
bit 3: SP1



0 = Auto Mode
1 = Manual Mode
PAXCK
bit 0: SP1
bit 1: SP2
bit 2: SP3
bit 3: SP4



0 = Output off
1 = Output on
1 = manual mode
0 = automatic mode
bit 4: Manual Mode
bit 3: SP4 Output
bit 2: SP3 Output
bit 1: SP2 Output
bit 7: Always stays 0, even if 1 is sent.
1 = sensor fail
0 = sensor normal
bit 6: Sensor Status (PAXT only)
bit 5: Always stays 0, even if 1 is sent.bit 0: SP1 Output
0 = output off
1 = output on



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