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SmartLogger3000 User Manual

This document describes the SmartLogger3000 and SmartModule1000A01 in terms of installation, electrical connections, system operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting. BOM number: 02312SCU, 02312SCU-001, 02312SCU-002, 02312SCU-003, 02312SCU-004, 02312SCU-005, 02312SCU-006, 02312SCU-007, 02312SCU-008, 02312SCU-009, 02312SCU-010, 02312SGF, 02312SGG, 02312SGK and 02312SGJ.

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Figure 2-12 Appearance

(1) LED indicators

(2) Mounting ear

(3) Guide rail clamp

(4) COM ports

(5) DI ports

(6) 12 V power output port

(7) AI ports

(8) PT ports

(9) Protective ground point

(10) 12 V power input port

(11) 24 V power input port

(12) GE ports

(13) RST button

     

Indicators

Indicator

Status

Description

Running indicator (RUN)



Green off

The SmartModule is not powered on.

Blinking green slowly (on for 1s and then off for 1s)

The communication with the SmartLogger is normal.

Blinking green fast (on for 0.125s and then off for 0.125s)

The communication with the SmartLogger is interrupted.

Alarm/Maintenance indicator (ALM)



Alarm status

Red off

No alarm is raised for the SmartModule.

Blinking red slowly (on for 1s and then off for 4s)

The SmartModule is running in non-encryption status.

Blinking red fast (on for 0.5s and then off for 0.5s)

The SmartModule digital certificate is invalid.

Steady red

Reserved.

Communications Ports

  • GE ports: four Ethernet electrical ports. Connect the LAN port of the SmartLogger to one GE port of the SmartModule using an Ethernet cable. The SmartModule obtains an IP address from the DHCP server and automatically registers with the SmartLogger. The SmartLogger can use all communications ports of the SmartModule.

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GE Port

Description

Pins

Pin 1

GE1+

Pin 2

GE1–

Pin 3

GE2+

Pin 4

GE3+

Pin 5

GE3–

Pin 6

GE2–

Pin 7

GE4+

Pin 8

GE4–

Indicators

Green indicator

If the indicator is steady green, the line is normal.

Yellow indicator

If the indicator blinks yellow, data communication is normal.

  • DI ports: digital input ports, which are used to connect to DI power grid scheduling commands or alarm signals.

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DI Port

Description



DI1

1

Can connect to four passive dry contact signals.

12V

DI2

2

12V

DI3

3

12V

DI4

4

12V

  • AI ports: analog input ports, which are used to connect to AI power grid scheduling commands or environment monitoring sensors.

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AI Port

Description



AI1

1

Supports one channel of voltage-type (0–10 V) AI signals.

GND

AI2

2

Support three channels of current-type (0–20 mA or 4–20 mA) AI signals.

GND

AI3

3

GND

AI4

4

GND

  • PT ports: can connect to two PT100/PT1000 temperature sensors.

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PT Port

Description

PT1

+

Can connect to a three-wire or two-wire PT100/PT1000 temperature sensor.

  • Three-wire: cable length < 2 m for PT100; cable length < 20 m for PT1000
  • Two-wire: cable length < 2 m for a PT temperature sensor

GND

PT2

+

GND

  • COM ports: RS485 communications port, supporting three independent RS485 channels and the access of devices that comply with the Modbus-RTU, IEC103, or DL/T645 protocol.

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COM Port

Description



COM1, COM2, and COM3

+

RS485A, RS485 differential signal+

RS485B, RS485 differential signal–

Power Ports

  • Input power ports: There are two input power ports.

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Input Power Port

Description



12 V input power port

DC IN

12 V, 1 A

DC2.0 input port, which supports 12 V DC input and is used to connect to a power adapter.



24 V input power port

DC IN

24 V, 0.8 A

2-pin cord end terminal, which supports 24 V DC input.

When the device connects to the power supply through the 12 V input power port, this port can be used as the 12 V output power port.

  • 12 V output power port: There is one 12 V output power port. Its maximum output capability is 0.1 A. The port is used to drive the coil of the intermediate relay in the export limitation or audible and visual alarm scenario.

    Select the intermediate relay with a free-wheeling diode in the coil. Otherwise, the device may be damaged.

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Output Power Port

Description



12 V output power port

GND

Power supply–

12V

Power supply+

Button

Button

Operation

Function Description

RST button



Hold down the button for 3s to 10s.

If the Communication using expired certificate function is disabled for the SmartLogger and the digital certificate of the SmartModule becomes invalid, after enabling the function, press the RST button for 3s to 10s to enable the SmartModule to enter the mode of ignoring digital certificate expiration and restore the communication with the SmartLogger.The alarm/maintenance indicator (ALM) blinks red slowly.

After the digital certificate of the SmartModule is reloaded through the SmartLogger, the SmartModule communication can recover.

Hold down the button for more than 60s.

Within 3 minutes after the SmartModule is powered on after power-off, hold down the RST button for more than 60s to restart the SmartModule and restore factory settings.

Dimensions

Figure 2-13 Dimensions
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Updated: 2020-02-21

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