DOCA0142EN-09

Hardware Description

Description

FYI, this map is shared with IFE User Guide, and Masterpact NT/NW, Compact NSX, Powerpact Communication Guides

A

Ethernet 1 and Ethernet 2 RJ45 communication ports

B

24 Vdc power supply terminal block

C

QR code to product information

D

Ethernet communication LEDs

E

Module status LED

F

Network status LED

G

Sealable transparent cover

H

Reset button

I

ULP status LED

J

Test button (accessible even with closed cover)

K

Locking pad

L

Device name label

M

Two RJ45 ULP ports

N

Grounding connection

For information on installation, consult the instruction sheet available on the Schneider Electric website: QGH13473.

Mounting

The IFE interface mounts on a DIN rail.

24 Vdc Power Supply

The IFE interface must always be supplied with 24 Vdc.

It is recommended to use an UL listed and recognized limited voltage/limited current or a class 2 power supply with a 24 Vdc, 3 A maximum.

NOTE: For 24 Vdc power supply connection, use copper conductors only.

Ethernet Communication LEDs

The Ethernet communication dual color LEDs, indicate the status of the Ethernet ports ETH1 and ETH2.

LED Indication

Status Description

OFF

No power or no link

Steady yellow

10 Mbps, link established, and no activity

Blinking yellow

10 Mbps, ongoing activity

Steady green

100 Mbps, link established, and no activity

Blinking green

100 Mbps, ongoing activity

Module Status LED

The module status dual color LED, indicates the IFE interface status.

LED Indication

Status Description

Action

OFF

No power

None

Steady green

IFE interface operational

None

Blinking green (250 ms ON, 250 ms OFF)

Hidden control webpage available

None

Blinking green (500 ms ON, 500 ms OFF)

IFE interface firmware corrupted

Contact your local Schneider Electric service team for support.

Blinking red (500 ms ON, 500 ms OFF)

IFE interface in degraded mode

Replace ULP module at the next maintenance operation.

Steady red

IFE interface out of service

None

Blinking green/red (1 s green, 1 s red)

Firmware update in progress

None

Blinking green/red (250 ms green, 250 ms red)

Self-test in progress

None

Network Status LED

The network status dual color LED, indicates the Ethernet network status.

LED Indication

Status Description

OFF

No power or no IP address

Steady green

Valid IP address

Steady red

Duplicated IP address

Blinking green/red (250 ms green, 250 ms red)

Self-test in progress

Steady amber

Error in IP configuration

Modbus Address

The IFE interface accepts the Modbus address of the IMU to which it is connected.

The Modbus address is 255 and cannot be changed.

Locking Pad

The locking pad on the front panel of the IFE interface enables or disables the ability to send the remote control commands over the Ethernet network to the IFE interface, and to the other modules of the IMU

  • If the arrow points to the open padlock (default setting), remote control commands are enabled.

  • If the arrow points to the closed padlock, remote control commands are disabled.

    The only remote control command that is enabled even if the arrow points to the closed padlock, is the set absolute time command.

Test Button

The test button has the following functions, according to the duration of the button pressed:

Time Range

Function

1 s

Tests the connection between all the ULP modules for 15 s.

5 s

Resets the security administrator password to its default setting (AAAAAAAA).

NOTE: If a security administrator role does not already exist, executing this action will create a new security administrator role.

10 s

Resets the IFE interface to its factory default settings.

Reset Button

Press the Reset button for 1 second, to reset the IP acquisition mode to its default setting (DHCP).

Security Administrator Password Reset

The following procedure describes the steps to reset the security administrator password to its default setting:

  1. Press the Test button on the IFE interface for 5 seconds. The LED light will flash rapidly in a pattern alternating between red and green, with each color displayed for 100 milliseconds.

  2. On releasing the Test button, the IFE interface will enter reset mode for a duration of 30 seconds and prompts the user to reset the password to its default setting. The LED light will flash rapidly in a pattern alternating between red and green, with each color displayed for 100 milliseconds.

  3. Press the Test button on the IFE interface to confirm or wait for 30 seconds to cancel the reset.

  4. Once the reset of the security administrator password is confirmed, either the password is reset to the default setting (AAAAAAAA) or a new security administrator role is added.

NOTE: Every time a reset operation is successfully performed, the reset administrator password counter increments by one.

IFE Interface Factory Reset

The following procedure describes the steps to reset the IFE interface to its factory default settings:

  1. Press the Test button on the IFE interface for 10 seconds. The LED will rapidly flash in red with a 100 millisecond ON and 100 millisecond OFF interval.

  2. On releasing the Test button, the IFE interface will enter reset mode for a duration of 30 seconds and prompts the user to reset the device to its factory default settings. The LED will rapidly flash in red with a 100 millisecond ON and 100 millisecond OFF interval.

  3. Press the Test button on the IFE interface to confirm or wait for 30 seconds to cancel the reset.

  4. Once the reset to factory default settings is confirmed, the IFE interface reboots and all the device settings are reset to their factory default values.

After reset, the IFE interface restarts and restores the following settings to their factory default values:

Parameter

Default Value

Date & Time

  • Date and time setting mode: Manual

  • Date: yyyy-mm-dd

  • Time: hh:mm:sec

NTP

  • NTP server setting mode: Manual

  • Primary SNTP: time.windows.com

  • Secondary SNTP: time.nist.com

Time zone

  • Time zone offset :UTC

  • Day light saving: Disabled

Preferences

  • Real time sample rate : 5 s

  • Communications check rate: 15 min

Ethernet

Frame format: Auto

Port control

  • ETH1 mode: Auto-negotiation

  • ETH2 mode: Auto-negotiation

Broadcast storm protection

  • Enable: Enabled

  • Level: Medium-Low

  • Committed information rate: 4000 s

IP configuration

IPv4

  • Configuration: Automatic

  • Mode: DHCP

  • IP address: 169.254.xxx.yyy (xxx.yyy = last 6 bytes of MAC address)

  • Subnet mask: 255.255.0.0

  • Gateway: 0.0.0.0

IPv6

  • Enable IPv6: Enabled

  • IPv6 address: Unavailable

DNS

  • DNS address: Automatic

Email service

Email service: Disabled

Data publishing

Logging interval: Disabled

RSTP

RSTP: Disabled

SNMP

SNMPV1 agent: Disabled

Devices

  • Name: Last 6 digits of MAC ID

  • IP address: Default

  • Breaker unit name field is empty.

  • Data publishing: Disabled

Contact management

Empty user email list

IP network services

  • Modbus TCP: Enabled

  • Secure commissioning: Disabled

  • Secure Modbus for M2M: Disabled

  • FTPS server: Disabled

  • Discovery: Enabled

  • HTTP/Web: Disabled

  • HTTPS: Enabled

Modbus TCP/IP filtering

  • Modbus TCP/IP filtering: Disabled

  • IP filtering exception list cleared

Certificates

Certificate type: Self signed

User management

  • User name: SecurityAdmin

  • Roles: SECADM, Viewer, Operator, Engineer, Installer

  • Password: AAAAAAAA

Syslog service

Syslog logging service: Disabled

ULP Status LED

The yellow ULP status LED describes the mode of the ULP module.

ULP LED

Mode

Action

Nominal

None

Conflict

Remove extra ULP module

Degraded

Replace ULP module at the next maintenance operation

Test

None

Non-critical firmware discrepancy

Use EcoStruxure Power Commission software to check the firmware and hardware compatibility and follow the recommended actions

Non-critical hardware discrepancy

Configuration discrepancy

Install missing features

Critical firmware discrepancy

Use EcoStruxure Power Commission software to check the firmware and hardware compatibility and follow the recommended actions

Critical hardware discrepancy

Stop

Replace ULP module

Power OFF

Check power supply

QR Code is a registered trademark of DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED in Japan and other countries.

Was this helpful?