|Link Address||Common link address.||-||1|
|Length of ASDU Address||Length of ASDU address.||1/2 byte(s)||1|
|Length of Link Address||Length of common link address.||1/2 byte(s)||1|
|Length of Info Object Address||Length of info object address.||1/2/3 byte(s)||2|
|Length of Cause Of Transmission||Length of "Cause Of Transmission".||1/2 byte(s)||1|
|Retry Count||Delay between request retry in case of a communication failure.||-||2|
|Retry Timeout||Delay between retry of call in case of communication error.||ms||100 millisecond|
|Wait First Timeout||Delay after sending the request before reading the response.||ms||100 millisecond|
|Wait Timeout||Delay between response readings till its completing.||ms||500 millisecond|
|Max. Wait Retry||Retry count of response reading till its completing.||-||6|
|No Data Timeout||Delay of next call "Request user data class 1/2" if no data have been received (only master).||ms||300 millisecond|
|Inactivity Timeout||Interval of connection monitoring. If no valid data have not been received, station status will pass to communication error. Switching of redundant devices in case of SerialOverUDP Device Redundant line (only slave).||ms||5 sec.|
|Moxa Timeout||Interval of switching of the redundant devices MOXA NPort in case of communication error (only master, balanced).||sec.||10|
|Source Flags||Set flags FI..FL according to source of line. If SerialOverUDP System+Line Redundant is used, the values will have these flags:|
- System A, primary line: FI
- System A, secondary line: FJ
- System B, primary line: FK
- System B, secondary line: FL
Note: Flag was used in communication with redundant systems to distinguish the wrong values that were sent by a partner system, which was supposed to be passive and not to send nothing.
|No Output Flags||Activation of parameter results in ignoring of flags FA..FH for output I/O tags. If this parameter is turned off, flags FA..FH are mapped to individual bits of quality byte.||-||NO|
|Link Test Timeout||Interval of request sending "Test function for link" if timeout elapsed and no data telegrams was transferred (only balanced).||sec.||10|
Single Value In Spontaneous Answer |When sending spontaneous changes, these will be sent one-per-ASDU and they will not be cumulated into longer packets. Parameter was implemented to handle a bug in a particular TM1703mic.||-||NO|
Class used for sending data (only slave). IEC 101 Master sends Class1 (high priority) and Class2 (normal) read data requests. Slave responds to them with data or a message that it has no data. In both Class1 and Class2 response there is an ACD flag that the slave has Class1 data available. If set, the IEC 101 Master will then request Class1 data.
The parameter affects behavior as follows:
- Class1&2 - IEC 101 Slave responds to Class1 and Class2 requests with data. The ACD flag sets if it has additional data.
- Class1 - IEC 101 Slave sends all data as Class1 and responds to the Class2 requests that it has no data. The ACD flag sets if it has additional data.
- Class2 - IEC 101 Slave sends all data as Class2 and responds to the Class1 requests that it has no data. The ACD flag sets to 0 (it does not have Class1 data).
The default value of the parameter is Class1.
|Send Confirmation Command||Type of sent confirmation to write value (only slave, balanced).||-|
7(CONF) and 10(TERM)
|Accept Confirmation Command||Type of record confirmation to be accepted successfully (only master, balanced).||-|
7(CONF) or 10(TERM)
|7(CONF) or 10(TERM)|
|Max. MTU||Limitation of data packet size (only slave, balanced).||bytes||220|
|Phys. Trans. Direction||Setting a bit DIR in balance mode (only balanced).||Station A(Controlling)|
|Single Byte Ack||Send single-byte ACK preferentially (0xE5).||YES/NO||NO|
|Interrog. Covers Counters||Send the call 100 and counter values on general interrogation (only slave, balanced).||YES/NO||YES|
|Send EOI||Send "end of interrogation command" to all ASDU (only slave).||YES/NO||YES|
|Send Interrog. in Sec. Direct.||Send general interrogation command in case of slave or balanced controlled station B (only slave, balanced).||YES/NO||NO|
|Communication for system Sinaut Spectrum, which requires non-standard behavior on redundant lines (different from the Norwegian convention).||YES/NO||NO|
System Redundancy: Manages A Status Address
|Address of station and output I/O tag with the status of system redundancy. Format of the address is Station Address, I/O tag address, for example. "1,1003".|
Parameter is useful for SerialOverUDP System&Line Redundant lines, which enable the communication with two independent control systems (e.g. main dispatching SED in Žilina and backup dispatching SED in Bratislava).
Parameter enables to ignore values that are received from the control system, which is inactive just now, providing that the application knows which one is active or inactive. It can know it e.g. based on the value of input I/O tag with defined value.
This feature (information about active control system) will work providing that station with output I/O tag of Dout type exist with the same addresses as is defined in this parameter and the application must write True into it if "System A" is active, or False if "System B" (configured on the system redundant line) is active.
|Full Debug||High level of communication tracking, the loaded values of I/O tags and other debug information are shown.||YES/NO||NO|