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Fire Safety

APPENDIX FOR
AccuLINK (CSG-M) Revision 17.01

Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. Siemens Building Technologies, Ltd.


8 Fernwood Road 2 Kenview Boulevard
Florham Park, New Jersey 07932 Brampton, Ontario L6T 5E4 CN

P/N 315-049069-1
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CSG-M Revision 17.01

CSG-M VERSION 17.01 UPDATE SHEET

NEW FEATURES:
CSG-M Version 17.01 supports the following MXL features:
• Modify system wiring defaults for MMB-2 or MMB-3
• MMB-3 Firmware Upload procedure
• Interface Windows 2000™ or Windows XP™ using the XND module

Modify System Wiring Defaults


From the Main Menu, select Individual System Configuration Edit <
STD MXL < a new or existing file < Options, System Message, Authori-
zations < More System Options.

Figure 1
More System Options Screen

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Three new selections have been added to the More System Options
screen to allow for ease of convenience when setting default Style 4 or
Style 7 wiring. The selection for MMB-3 MNET Style 7* applies only to
MMB-3 and must be set in the More System Options screen. The
selections for MMB-3 ALD Loop 1 and 2 Style 4 also apply to MMB-2.
The ALD wire style can also be set in the Network Map screen. The
three new selections are as follows:

MMB-3 MNET Style 7 NO


MMB-3 ALD Loop 1 Style 4 NO
MMB-3 ALD Loop 2 Style 4 NO

By setting the system default for Style 4 wiring in CSG-M, the use of
jumpers is optional on MNET, ALD Loop 1 and ALD Loop 2 on the
MMB-3 and on ALD Loop1 and ALD Loop 2 on the MMB-2. The user can
toggle the selections from the default ‘NO’ to ‘YES’ by highlighting the
selection and pressing the ENTER key.

The MXL Firmware Revision Used selection has been changed to add
the MMB-3. The user can toggle to select from the following four
choices:

MMB-2 11 or Higher
MMB-2 Lower Than 11
MMB-3 20
MMB-3 Greater Than 20

After making Style 4/Style 7 and MXL Firmware selections, press ESC
twice to return to the Edit System Configuration screen. Highlight
Network Map / Device and press ENTER.

In the Network Module Map, select the first ALD-2 of a pair (the ALD-2
uses two consecutive addresses in a system) and press F4. In the ALD-2
Module DataBase screen, set every ALD Loop and ALD-2I Module for
the proper style of wiring (Style 4 or Style 7). Notice that Style 7 is the
default. To change the setting to Style 4, highlight the desired ALD
Loop and toggle from ‘NO’ to ‘YES’ by pressing the ENTER key.

Note: On systems using the MMB-2, MXL Rev. 10.20 is the minimum
required for this option to work.

* The option Network Interface Style is for networked MXL communi-


cation (MXL Network System Options screen). It is not to be con-
fused with MMB-3 MNET Style 7 selection under More System
Options. This option (MMB-3 MNET Style 7) selects the style for the
On-Board MNET only and not MNET across a network that links
multiple MXLs together.

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Figure 2
ALD Wiring Style Selection

When all ALD Loops have been set to the proper wiring style, ESC back
to the Edit System Configuration menu and select Options, System
Message, Authorizations < Other System Flags. Highlight the selection
CZM Power is Style 4 and press ENTER to toggle the setting to the
desired choice (Style 4/Style7). The CZM Power is Style 4 setting
applies to both MMB-2 (MXL Rev. 10.20 minimum) and MMB-3. By
setting the system default for Style 4 wiring in CSG-M, the use of
jumpers is optional for CZM-1 power on the MMB-2 and MMB-3
boards.

Figure 3
Select Wiring Style for CZM-4

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MMB-3 Firmware Upload Procedure


With the MMB-3 board it is now possible to upload new firmware
directly from a PC. Begin by setting the defaults in CSG-M for the
upload procedure. From the Main Menu, select Modify User Defaults
and press ENTER.

Figure 4
Main Menu Screen

At the Modify User Defaults screen, make the following selections:

Figure 5
Modify User Defaults

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• For Use XND Adapter, select ‘NO’ (even if you are currently
using it).
• For PC to MMB-3 Utility Port, select the COM number of your
serial port by highlighting the selection and pressing ENTER to
toggle to the correct selection (COM1 or COM2).
• Set the High Speed Port Baud Rate. Select the maximum
transfer rate possible for the serial port on your notebook
computer. Highlight the selection and press ENTER to toggle to
one of the following choices:
2400 BAUD
4800 BAUD
9600 BAUD
19200 BAUD
34800 BAUD
57600 BAUD
115200 BAUD
After the selections have been made, press ESC to return to the Main
Menu.

To upload new firmware to an MMB-3 board, make the following


connections to the PC:
1. Connect the MXL programming cable directly to the serial port
on the back of the notebook computer.
2. Connect the RJ-11 jack to P11 on the MMB-3 board.
At the Main Menu, highlight Firmware Upload and press ENTER.

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Figure 6
Firmware Upload on Main Menu

Follow the procedure shown on the screen.

Figure 7
CSGM Action Screen for MMB-3 Firmware Transfer

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To reset the panel, push in switch “S2” on the MMB-3. Immediately


after that, press ‘y’ on the computer.

NOTE: Although the instructions on the screen state that the cable
must be connected to the PC’s COM1 port, if your PC’s serial
port is COM2 that is the port that should be used.
If you have successfully connected to the MMB-3, a screen similar to
the following will appear.

Figure 8
Display MMB-3 Firmware Info Screen

Press any key to continue.


The following screen gives the option to either SEND code Image to
MMB-3 Panel, DISPLAY MMB-3 Firmware Info or EXIT. To send code,
highlight that selection and press ENTER.

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Figure 9
SEND Code Image to MMB-3 Panel

When SEND Code Image To MMB-3 Panel is selected, a screen similar


to the following appears listing the selections of MMB-3 code from
which to choose. (Be certain that the firmware is in the same directory
as the CSG-M.) Highlight the file you wish to upload to the panel and
press ENTER.

Figure 10
Select MMB-3 Firmware

As the firmware transfer is being made, a status screen similar to the


following will display.

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Figure 11
Firmware Transfer Screen

When the firmware has been successfully uploaded to the panel, the
message “Upload Complete” will briefly flash on the screen. Then the
screen will revert to the Main Menu.

Interface Windows 2000™ or Windows XP™


Using the XND Module

After the XND interface has been installed on the PC (refer to Installa-
tion Instructions, P/N 315-034731 and P/N 315-049302), set up the
CSG-M following the procedure listed below.
1. From the Main Menu, select Modify User Defaults and press
ENTER.
2. Set Use XND Adapter to ‘YES’. Note that this must be done before
the COM port number is set.

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Figure 12
Setting Use XND Adapter

3. Highlight PC to MXL MNET Port and toggle among the selections to


the port number (either USB or COM) that will be used for the XND.
To determine the port number, right click on My Computer on the
Windows desktop and then left click on Manage. Left click on Device
Manager. Then left click on the plus sign next to “Ports” in the
column on the right. A listing of all available ports will display.

Figure 13
Windows Computer Management

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4. After setting the COM part number, press ESC. The CSG-M is now
ready to use the XND.

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NEW ERROR, WARNING AND INFORMATION


MESSAGES

1214 The communications cable MUST be connected between the


PC’s COM2 RS232 port and the MXL Panel’s HIGH SPEED port
before proceeding. When ready to start:
1. Press the reset button on the MMB-3
2. Within 10 seconds, enter ‘y’ at the following
prompt: Ready to Communicate ?
y=ok; any other key to abort
(This Information prompt is used when beginning the upload
of MMB-3 firmware.)

2301 MMB-3 MNET Style 7 option must have Rev 20.00 MMB Roms.
ALD Auto Style 4 option must have Rev 10.18 MMB Roms.

2346 [filename] contains 50 ALD-2 and/or XLD-1 loops. Uploading


this configuration will require MXL version 8.xx or less or
MMB-3 Version 20.02 or greater.
(This message has been expanded to include information
about MMB-3 roms.)

2718 Circular function I/O list reference for function [label].


[The compiler has detected a possible circular function. That is,
the output of a function directly (or indirectly via a chain of
functions) returns to its own input. This can produce unstable
or unworkable logic operations.]

2719 Inconsistancies detected and repaired in the source file for


Module [address] Device [address].
Please check this device, the device preceeding it and the one
succeeding it for proper options and settings.
(The CSG-M found device entries in the database for a module
that were either duplicates or out of numerical sequence. This
was typically caused by an earlier bug with the cut and paste
system. The CSG-M has made its best guess attempt to correct
the error; however, the user should examine the configuration
in the area of the correction for proper data.)

5004 No compiled configuration files present in this directory.

8819 MDACT and self-restoring troubles are not compatible.

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Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. Siemens Building Technologies, Ltd.
8 Fernwood Road 2 Kenview Boulevard
Florham Park, New Jersey 07932 Brampton, Ontario L6T 5E4 CN

P/N 315-049069-1