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1 E VERY L IFE H AS A P URPOSE… ModCon ® 75 Controller

2 ModCon75 Controller  The perfect partner to the Ultima ® X with X 3 Technology!  It’s simple…  Connect  Assign  Start using  Don’t waste time configuring a new PLC MSA did it for you!

3 ModCon75 Overview  ModBus RTU Controller  View up to 25 Ultima X 3 Transmitters  75 Total Sensors!  Self-configuring  IP65 / NEMA4X (front- panel)  12 / 24 VDC

4 ModCon75 Overview  Bi-directional communication allows changes to be made at either ModCon75 or at the Ultima X 3  alarm set points  latching/non-latching  increasing/decreasing  on/off

5 ModCon75 Overview  Event logging ~ 2000 events  9 - Zone Control Relays  1 - Horn Relay (O9)  Sensor alarms  Enable / Disable  Alarm On / Off Delay  Latching / Unlatching  Increasing / Decreasing  Password Protected

6 ModCon75 Overview  10 SPST Dry Contact Relays  SPST, NO relays  5A max per output  8A max for common  7 year battery back-up on memory  memory sections  real-time clock  ModBus over Ethernet Interface – OPC Compliant (graphic displays, data-logger, etc.)  cUL Listed for panel mount version

7 ModCon75 Controller  Panel Mount (user installed)  6.1”H x 10.2”W x 3.5”D  3 lbs.  Supports up to 25 X 3 Transmitters (75 sensors)  9 assignable alarm / zone relays  Universal RS232 to RS485 Converter

8 ModCon75 Enclosures  NEMA 4X  Non-metallic Enclosure  17.3”H x 15.3”W x 6.7”D  18 lbs.  Supports up to 25 X 3 Transmitters (75 sensors)  9 assignable alarm / zone relays  115VAC Power Supply  Universal RS232 to RS485 Converter

9 ModCon75 Main Screen F1-adds another MODBUS node (UltimaX 3 transmitter) to the network F2-sets alarms  Enable / disable  increasing / decreasing  Energized / de-energized  latching / non-latching  set-point values F3-Main Data Screen F4-Displays set-point values only F5-Password Editor - 2 levels  MSA Default  User programmable (default=0) F6-Displays communication status F7-Fault Status Screen – Automatic when X 3 goes into fault F8-Zone Control – Setting up local relays for alarm and fan control F9- Remote IO Editor

10 ModCon75 Controller  F1 Add Units to Network  Password protected (Default=0)  Use this screen to connect new X 3 sensor. Factory default is this will change address to this number.  Hit ESC to go back to Main Screen

11 ModCon75 Controller  F2 Add Set-points  F2-will take you to password screen and then to a screen showing current set-point values. These values are read from the X 3  Enter advances to next screen  ESC takes you back to main screen

12 ModCon75 Controller  F2 Add Set-points Cont.  Displays Current Values for Unit # (Node ID) for Sensor 1 presets  F6- Skip to Sensor 2 Presets, enter will allow one to change presets.

13 ModCon75 Controller  Add Set-points Cont.  Sensor 2 Preset Screen

14 ModCon75 Controller  Add Set-points Cont.  Sensor 3 Preset Screen

15 ModCon75 Controller  Add Set-points Cont.  Displays all Presets  F7- Sends new presets to X 3  ESC- Aborts and returns to main screen

16 ModCon75 Controller  Add Set-points Cont.  Screen will indicate successful write or unsuccessful write

17 ModCon75 Controller  F3 Main Data Screen  F1-Scrolls thru all units (nodes) on the ModBus network  F2- Allows one to view a specific unit (Node)  F3-Adjust the scroll time reading each node

18 ModCon75 Typical Display  Typical Display showing 3 sensors on node 2 of the Ultima X 3 controller  ESC-Back to Main screen

19 ModCon75 Controller  F4 – Display Sensor presets  F4- Display Sensor presets only (Screen will not allow changing presets)  → Goes to presets for Sensor 2

20 ModCon75 Controller  F5 – Password Editor  F1-Password Default is MSA defaulted password  F2- Defaulted Password is 0. User can change this password for unauthorized changes

21 ModCon75 Controller  F6 – MODBUS Alarms  Screen showing ModBus communications failures and identification of failed unit # (node #)

22 ModCon75 Controller  F7 – Fault Status Screen  Example of Diagnostic screen Identifying Unit ID as well as the actual fault on unit ID  Automatic when fault occurs

23 ModCon75 Controller  F8 – Zone Control  Enables / disables alarms  Increasing / decreasing  Latch / unlatch  Setting zone control relays. Screen is password protected  First Screen to enable / disable alarms  Second Screen to set Increasing or Decreasing alarms

24 ModCon75 Controller  F8 – Zone Control Cont.  Third Screen for setting latching / unlatching alarms  Zone control relays for caution, warning and alarm settings for Sensors 1, 2, and 3

25 ModCon75 Controller  F8 Zone Control Cont.  F6- will send all changes to the X 3 controller and also set the relays on the controller to activate  Locally based on set-point settings and relay numbers entered on the zone control menu  Response back for verification that all values were sent successfully  ESC-must hit escape to take one back to main screen

26 ModCon75 Event Logging  Event logging – Time date and stamp of all events (events are any fault alarms or alarms)  Logging will be done on any alarm and will continue to log at a preset rate until sensor goes out of alarm. Data logging is first in first out.  ModCon 75 can record ~2000 events. Time / Date StampZone #Unit #Sensor #Gas TypeGas Reading Status 03/20/ :01PM01 3LEL10%Caution


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