Click images to enlarge.
- Up to 9 analog inputs and 32 digital I/O on-board
- 3 digital/counter inputs, interrupt input, status output
- 2 RS-232 or 1 RS-232 and 1 RS-485 serial ports
- Optional integrated spread spectrum radio
- Class 1, Division 2 Hazardous Area Rating
- Dual run custody transfer flow computer
- 3 year warranty on parts and labor
The SCADAPack series of controllers comprise of a 5203 or 5204 controller board with an integrated I/O module. Collectively, the 5203 and 5204 controller boards are referred to as the 520x controller board in this manual. These controller boards are identical in every respect with the following exception:
- The 5203 controller board has two RS-232 serial communication ports wired to a DE-9P connector.
- The 5204 controller board has one RS-232 serial communication port wired to a DE-9P connector and an RS-485 port wired to a six-pole termination block.
The RS-232 serial ports support RTS/CTS hardware handshaking for connection to phone or radio modems and half or full-duplex communication. All serial ports operate at speeds from 300 to 38400 baud. The RS-485 port can be multi-dropped with a maximum of 32 devices in a 2-wire or 4-wire configuration.
In addition to the I/O capacity and (optional) serial communication channel provided by the lower integrated I/O module, both controller boards provide three digital/counter inputs, interrupt input/counter and a digital status output.
The 520x controller board can be found in all of the following SCADAPack controller configurations:
- SCADAPack P1: 520x controller board with an integrated 5601/A I/O Module. Refer to the 5601 I/O module user manual for additional information.
- SCADAPack P1A: 520x controller board with an integrated 5604I/O module. Refer to the 5604 I/O module user manual for additional information.
- SCADAPack P1B: 520x Controller board with an integrated 5606 I/O module. Refer to the 5606 I/O module user manual for additional information.
- SCADAPack Plus: 520x Controller board with an integrated 5601 and 5602 I/O module. Refer to the 5601 or 5602 I/O module user manual for additional information.
- SCADAPack Light: 520x Controller board with an integrated 5602 I/O module. Refer to the 5602 I/O module user manual for additional information.
- Micro 16 comprises of the 520x controller board only.
Onboard memory on the 520x controller board is expandable to 2MBytes flash ROM and 1Mbytes of RAM. The CMOS RAM is non-volatile (battery backed). An EEPROM (1kBytes) stores configuration parameters. A real time clock calendar provides for time of day operations and alarms. A hardware watchdog timer protects against application program failures.
Low power applications can benefit from the SCADAPack sleep mode feature during which all other services besides the counter inputs, interrupt input and real time clock alarms are shut down. On the SCADAPack P1A controller, additional power savings is attainable by using the power management features built into a 12V to 24V boost converter.
This manual covers wiring, configuration and operation of the 520x controller board only. It meant to be used in conjunction with the hardware manual of the respective I/O module that comes with your controller.
Click the heading to expand/hide.
Click the heading to expand/hide.
Page: Differences between Com1, Com2 and Com3, Com4
Page: 5V Power LED Blinking
Page: Ram and task priority in a SCADAPack
Page: Scadapack modbus driver not working
Page: limitation of Serial port com3
Page: SRAM usage in a SCADAPack
Page: DE9 Cable with Plastic Shell Intitial Release (TSN00801)
Page: Connecting an open collector output to a SCADAPack Digital Input
Page: Maximum IMC cable length
Page: Can I configure a SCADAPack to read back an Object 40 read for a single point?
Page: How do I configure a SCADAPack to respond to Object 20 read commands?
Page: What is an RTU and PLC?
Page: What effect does a firmware download have on SCADAPack controllers?
Page: How is expansion IO added?
Page: When are 5103 UPS modules required?
Page: How do I verify if the IO is functioning or not?
Page: What happens if the IO is not functioning?
Page: Difference between a Cold boot and a Service boot
Page: SCADAPack Loses Program when Controller Power is Cycled
Page: Updating Firmware on Obsolete 16 bit SCADAPack (SCADAPack, SCADAPack Light, SCADAPack Plus, Micro 16)