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which device has an id of 15137?

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Andy_Hubert
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which device has an id of 15137?

I have a site where a device is showing 15137 as the device type, any idea what this is??

Thanks


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Anirban
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Re: which device has an id of 15137?

Hi Andrew,

We do have an updated version of Micrologic driver which supports Micrologic E variant (which as Rob mentioned was released later). It is available in SEC in the following location:

[ION:E 6.0 SP1][SE Driver] Micrologic Driver

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Robert_Lee
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Re: which device has an id of 15137?

Is this in PME or some other software?  According to the information I have, a PowerLogic product ID of 15137 would be for a MicroLogic PM E-Type circuit breaker.

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Re: which device has an id of 15137?

Dear Andrew,

Your concerning is he System Configuration report of PME/SPM ?

Yes, sometimes, we still have the same problem of Device type showing it

Andy_Hubert
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Re: which device has an id of 15137?

Hi Robert,

I have had another look, this time I looked at the Compact NSX XML file.

This lists three possible values for device type

  </ModbusInfo>

- <ModbusInfo IONHandle="4864" Name="FAC1 DeviceType" ModbusAddress="408716" RequestType="R" Format="UINT16" DefaultEnumValue="CompactNSX" CacheSpec="C" SetupReg="1" DisableNotAvailableCheck="0" ConfigWrite="1">

  <Enumeration Ordinal="15143" Value="CompactNSXa" />

  <Enumeration Ordinal="15144" Value="CompactNSXe" />

  <Enumeration Ordinal="15145" Value="CompactNSXe" />

  </ModbusInfo>

- <ModbusInfo IONHandle="4957" Name="DeviceType Display Name" ModbusAddress="408716" RequestType="R" Format="SINT16" DefaultEnumValue="CompactNSX" CacheSpec="D" DisableNotAvailableCheck="0" SetupReg="0" ConfigWrite="1">

  <Enumeration Ordinal="15143" Value="Micrologic A CompactNSX" />

  <Enumeration Ordinal="15144" Value="Micrologic E CompactNSX" />

  <Enumeration Ordinal="15145" Value="Micrologic EM CompactNSX" />

I also looked at the micrologic xml, this also only lists three possible values.

<ModbusInfo IONHandle="4864" Name="FAC1 Device Type" ModbusAddress="100:408716" RequestType="R" Format="UINT16" NotAvailableValue="-32768" SetupReg="1" DisableNotAvailableCheck="0" CacheSpec="" ConfigWrite="1">

  <Enumeration Ordinal="15131" Value="MicrologicA" />

  <Enumeration Ordinal="15133" Value="MicrologicP" />

  <Enumeration Ordinal="15135" Value="MicrologicH" />

This is a version 6 system, so is there a device type missing??

Cheers

Robert_Lee
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Re: which device has an id of 15137?

Hi Andrew,

It looks like there is an unsupported device type there which is the MicroLogic E circuit breaker which might of come out after the driver was created.  I would contact Anirban Dhar who looks after the Device Drivers for PME to see if its OK to just modify the XML file and use the existing MicroLogic driver for ION:E 6 to communicate to that model.

Anirban
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Re: which device has an id of 15137?

Hi Andrew,

We do have an updated version of Micrologic driver which supports Micrologic E variant (which as Rob mentioned was released later). It is available in SEC in the following location:

[ION:E 6.0 SP1][SE Driver] Micrologic Driver