Emerson XWEB3000 EVO Installation manual

XWEB3000/5000 EVO (V.1.0)
INSTALLATION MANUAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
PRODUCT DISPOSAL (WEEE) ............................................................................................................... 5
2.
THE RECIPIENTS OF THIS MANUAL ..................................................................................................... 5
3.
PACKAGE ................................................................................................................................................. 6
4.
INSTALLATION ........................................................................................................................................ 7
5.
INSTALLATION ...................................................................................................................................... 10
5.1
CONTROLLER INSTALLATION PROCEDURE ........................................................................................ 10
5.2
CONTROLLER CONFIGURATION ........................................................................................................ 11
5.2.1
CONFIGURATION FOR XC400/600/800/900 and XH200/300/400 SERIES................................. 11
5.2.2
CONFIGURATION FOR XJA/XJP/XJM MODELS ........................................................................... 11
5.2.3
CONFIGURATION FOR XEV SERIES ............................................................................................. 11
5.2.4
ENERGY METERS AND THIRD PARTY INSTRUMENT CONFIGURATION ...................................... 11
6.
LOCAL CONNECTIVITY......................................................................................................................... 12
7.
REMOTE CONNECTIVITY...................................................................................................................... 12
7.1
GENERAL RULES, AND MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS .......................................................................... 12
7.2
CONNECTIVITY WITH CROSS CABLE .................................................................................................. 13
7.3
MODEM CONNECTIVITY (“OR POINT-TO-POINT CONNECTION”) ..................................................... 14
7.3.1
SETTING UP THE REMOTE ACCESS CONNECTION...................................................................... 14
7.3.2
MAKING THE REMOTE ACCESS CALL ......................................................................................... 15
7.4
INTRANET (“OR LAN CONNECTION”) AND VPN CONNECTIVITY ....................................................... 16
7.5
INTERNET CONNECTIVITY ON PUBLIC IP ........................................................................................... 17
8.
OPERATION............................................................................................................................................ 17
9.
SYSTEM DATA ....................................................................................................................................... 18
10. TRADEMARKS ....................................................................................................................................... 18
11. NOTES..................................................................................................................................................... 19
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CAUTION: TO PREVENT FLAMES FROM DEVELOPING OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,
AVOID ANY CONTACT BETWEEN THIS DEVICE AND RAIN OR WATER
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER IT DOES NOT
CONTAIN ANY PARTS THAT REQUIRE SERVICING BY
THE USER ALWAYS HAVE QUALIFIED STAFF
PERFORM THE PROCEDURES.
THE SYMBOL OF THE LIGHTNING BOLT INSIDE AN
EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE IS USED TO ALERT THE
USER OF THE POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS NONINSULATED ELECTRICAL VOLTAGES
THE SYMBOL OF THE EXCLAMATION MARK INSIDE
AN EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE IS USED TO WARN THE
USER THAT HE/SHE MUST PAY CLOSE ATTENTION
TO THE TOPIC COVERED IN THIS MANUAL
CAUTION
This device must be installed exclusively by service staff with suitable technical
training and experience, who are aware of the dangers that they are exposed to.
The operations described herein are set forth exclusively for the service staff. The
user is not enabled to open the device.
CAUTION
Only use modems that are officially supported by this monitoring unit. Dixell srl
cannot be held responsible for any damage caused by the use of non-supported
modems.
CAUTION
Dixell srl reserves the right to amend this manual without prior notice. The latest
available version can be downloaded from the internet site.
CAUTION
The instructions contained in this manual are common for models
XWEB3000EVO/XWEB5000EVO. Any particular features are specified expressly.
CAUTION
This control and monitoring unit fulfils EN 12830 for use with probes to detect
measurements referred to in 13485
CAUTION
This is a class A product. It can cause radio-interference in residential
environments. Should this occur, the user should take suitable counter-measures
CAUTION
Dixell srl reserves the right to vary the composition of its products without prior
notice to the customer, ensuring the identical and unchanged features of the same
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1.
PRODUCT DISPOSAL (WEEE)
With reference to Directive 2002/96/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 January 2003
and to the relative national legislation, please note that:
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There lies the obligation not to dispose of electrical and electronic waste as municipal waste but to
separate the waste.
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Public or private collection points must be used for disposal, in accordance with local laws. Furthermore,
at the end of the product's life, it is also possible to return this to the retailer when a new purchase is
made.
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This equipment may contain hazardous substances. Improper use or incorrect disposal can have
adverse effects on human health and the environment.

The symbol shown on the product or the package indicates that the product was placed on the market
after 13th August 2005 and must be disposed of as separated waste.
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Should the product be disposed of incorrectly, sanctions may be applied as stipulated in applicable local
regulations regarding waste disposal.
2.
THE RECIPIENTS OF THIS MANUAL
The contents of this manual are intended for professional users, such as XWEB installers. It may also be of
use to the administrator of the network that it is connected to.
The mechanical product drawings required for any form of intervention and the possible network
configurations are all an integral part of this manual.
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3.
PACKAGE
Before opening the package make sure that the packaging is intact and that there is no sign of impact or
tampering. Before starting any operation, it is necessary to check that the XWEB-EVO box contains:
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1 XWEB-EVO Unit
1 power cord
2 RACK mount brackets
8 Screws to attach the RACK brackets to the XWEB Box
Disconnectable female connectors (2x2-way, 2x3-way, 1x6-way)
4 Rivet feet for table set-up
6 Jumpers WITHOUT CLIPS for terminators (JMP1-6)
1 DVI-VGA Converter
1 Rapid Installation Manual in A5 format
1 CD-ROM or USB-KEY, with relative manual and software
If one of the following parts is damaged, promptly contact your dealer.
You can also receive a modem - which will not be included in the same package - as an option. When using
a connection through the modem, always make sure that the type of modem you are about to install is a
Dixell-approved model; accordingly, Dixell will not be held responsible for the poor operation of devices that
are not expressly approved. The user manual, in the "manuals" section of the Dixell site, contains a list of
supported models.
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4.
INSTALLATION
For installation, the XWEB-EVO system must not be opened in any way. If the box is opened, the warranty
will lapse.
XWEB-EVO can be installed in various ways based on the type of user interface access that you wish to
provide for the final user. Below is a description of the most complete procedure, i.e. where the system's
user interface can be used entirely in local control. If the system has already been configured and you wish
to use the interface through modem or Ethernet, points 5 to 9 may be optional. The particular features of
these types of connectivity are described herein.
To set up a local installation of the system, we recommend having the following equipment available:
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a Phillips and a slot-head screwdriver;
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a PS2 or USB mouse;
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a PS2 or USB keyboard;
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a monitor with a DVI or VGA connector. We recommend
using high definition monitors
For operator safety and to
protect the XWEB
system, before
performing any sort of
operation, connect the
system to the electrical
network by the supplied
cable. Power cord must
be the last to be removed.
The system must be installed referring to the figure below, which
illustrates the rear XWEB-EVO panel, and following the points listed
here:
1. The product has a power plug with protective earth. Make sure that
the electrical system has a protective earth connection;
2. Attach the XWEB-EVO device in the position it will be used in. If it is
installed on a table, set the rubber feet up in the holes on the
underside of the device. For rack installation, on the other hand, use
the supplied brackets and screws.
3. Connect it to the power mains by the supplied power cord (1). Set
the power plug up so that it is easily accessible at all times. Note:
Do not turn the system on;
4. Connect the RS485, the relays and digital inputs (2)(4)(16)(14)(17),
and end and/or polarise the line, if necessary (3)(15);
5. Connect any telephone lines and/or LAN network cables (7);
6. Connect any keyboard and mouse (9)(10)(11);
7. Connect any monitors (12);
8. Connect any printers (11);
9. Connect any modem: internal modem (13) or external modems (05).
The cable must not be any longer than 10 m.
10. It is now possible to turn the system on by pressing and releasing
(18);
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Avoid direct passage between
operators as much as possible
(to avoid electrostatic induction
and subsequent discharges);
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If the electrical voltage supply
differs from the required rating,
this could seriously damage the
system;
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Connection
errors
(and
connections that differ from the
prescribed ones) can pose a
danger to operator safety and
cause faults in the system and
to the instruments that are
connected to it;
Insert one or more easily
accessible
disconnecting
devices to the exterior of the
device to separate the device
from the power mains;
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Do not use the device in
environments with flammable
gases.
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Do not modify the device in any
way.
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Technical features
Power supply
Power
Operating conditions (temperature, humidity, special
conditions)
Electrical safety (reference standards)
Electromagnetic compatibility (reference standards)
100-230 V
60 W
0/45°C R.H.5÷95% (non-condensing)
Standard EN 60950-1
Immunity
EN 61000-6-2:2005
EN 55024:1998 + /A1:2001 +/A2:2003
EN 61000-4-2:2009
EN61000-4-3:2006 +/A1:2008
EN61000-4-4:2004
EN 61000-4-5:2006
EN 61000-4-6:2009
EN 61000 -4 -8:1993 +/ A1:2001
EN 61000-4-11:2004
Emissions
EN 55022:2006+/A1:2007
EN 61000-3-2:2006 +/A1:2009 +/A2:2009
EN 61000-3-3 :2008
Internal modem: list of supported countries
Argentina
France
Australia
Germany
Austria
Greece
Belgium
Hong Kong, S.A.R. of
China
Brazil
Hungary
Canada
Iceland
Chile
India
China
Indonesia
Cyprus
Ireland
Czech Republic
Israel
Denmark
Italy
Estonia
Japan
Finland
Korea
CAUTION:
Latvia
Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Russia
Singapore
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Malaysia
Malta
Mexico
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
South Africa
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Taiwan
Thailand
Turkey
United Kingdom
United States
The terminal block to connect AUX1, AUX2 and AUX3 relays
cannot be used to pilot high voltage loads directly (higher to
24V). Use an intermediate low voltage circuit and/or suitable
remote switch.
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LED
LED
Colour
Description
Pwr
Green
On when the system is powered
HDD
Blue
On when the disc executes physical writing operations
Rec
Blue
On when the system is recording data
Ser1/Ser2
Blue
On when the system is reading and/or writing on serial port 485
Mdm
Blue
On when the system runs operations with the analogue modem
DI1/DI2
Blue
On when the system detects the digital input as being active
Aux1/Aux2/Aux3
Blue
On when the system sets the relay output as active
Alarm
Red
On when the system detects an alarm
XWEB-EVO can also operate without having a screen, mouse and keyboard attached. For example, it is
possible to use this initial system installation configuration and then disconnect them definitively if you only
intend to set up access from the remote station. If you intend to use external peripheral devices, always
connect them to the unit before turning it on. Caution: always and only connect the external peripheral
devices before turning on XWEB-EVO. If necessary, consult the instructions manual for the individual
connected device.
When the system has been launched, the home page will appear (also known as the login page) on the
screen connected to XWEB-EVO. Enter user name and password to login.
Note that the user interface for the connection is always the same, regardless of what type of access has
been set up: local PC, Intranet or Internet.
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5.
INSTALLATION
Refer to the INSTALLATION MANUAL for a description of the XWEB-EVO interfaces and electrical
connections. A paper copy of it is included in the XWEB-EVO package and an electronic copy is provided by
the CD attached to the package, or from the Dixell website in the ‘ResourcesProduct Literature’ section.
5.1
CONTROLLER INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
XWEB-EVO has two RS485 serial ports that the line for the controller devices need to be connected to. Most
Dixell controller devices are supplied with RS485 serial outputs, to connect the instrument to XWEB-EVO
without requiring an external module or connecting cable. To check whether this feature is provided, read
through the characteristics of the controller in the device manual. Nonetheless, some Dixell devices cannot
be supplied with RS485 serial outputs directly but through small external converters: XJRS485 or XJ485.
With this device it is possible to convert the output - of the controller - from 5-wire "TTL" to 2-wire "485". If
you need to use the TTL/485 converter, be careful to:
 Keep the TTL cable away from any source of electromagnetic disturbance
 Connect each XJ485 module to the instrument by the TTL cable supplied with the module
 Mark the polarity of output 485, which needs to be observed when the instruments are connected to
the network
Below is a list of operational tips to achieve the best result in terms of reliability of the instrument network,
with RS485 serial connection:
 The serial line cable can be 2-wire plus shielding, with a minimum section of 0.5 sq mm (ex.
BELDEN 8772). This cable is recommended for its technical characteristics and because it maintains
the quality of the electrical signal;
 The serial line cable must reach all of the instrument's stations: check the system's floor plan and the
various distances that the cable needs to cover;
 The serial line cable can reach a maximum length of 1 km
 Match the polarity marked on the instrument with the polarity of the cable leading to the serial;
 Do not set up any branches on the line:
Correct connection
Incorrect connection
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Keep the serial cable away from power cables and from any possible source of electromagnetic
disturbance
Do not connect the serial cable shielding to the earth connection of the electrical system
Do not connect the "Gnd" terminal.
Draw a map of the installation that you are setting up: it may be useful in case of future problems or
changes
The two XWEB-EVO 485 serial ports can be used simultaneously and do not conflict with each other. The
two lines can be used to create two distinct controller networks, for example a network for the ground floor
and another for the first floor.
5.2
CONTROLLER CONFIGURATION
On the same line, normally every controller is programmed with its own unique serial address, through the
Adr parameter. Refer to the instrument's installation manual to learn about the access and editing
procedures. For a simple description of the categories they belong to, organise address programming
progressively. A number of special cases are listed in the pages below.
5.2.1 CONFIGURATION FOR XC400/600/800/900 AND XH200/300/400 SERIES
These instruments have two serial addresses and must be configured in the same way. Refer to the
instrument's installation manual to learn about the access and editing procedures.
5.2.2 CONFIGURATION FOR XJA/XJP/XJM MODELS
XJA/XJP/XJM series instruments are configurable with one or more modbus addresses. Refer to their
installation manual for the configuration procedures.
5.2.3 CONFIGURATION FOR XEV SERIES
XEV series, drivers for the electronic valve: the instrument must be connected to the same line and
configured in combination with its main controller.
a) Enter the protected XEV menu and set the Mod=AdU parameter
b) Assign XEV with the same serial address as the instrument that it needs to be associated to
c) Run an instrument search using the “dixell485xev” protocol and add them to the setup.
5.2.4 ENERGY METERS AND THIRD PARTY INSTRUMENT CONFIGURATION
For non-Dixell instruments it will be necessary to configure the serial to work with baudrate 9600bps, 8bit, No
Parity and 1 Stop bit (aka “9600,8,N,1). The use of another serial configuration may not be recognised by
XWEB-EVO and this would lead to incorrect device operation.
To enter non-Dixell instruments, which are nonetheless required by the system, (for example the Carlo
Gavazzi Energy Analyser), do the following:
a.
Enter “MenuDevices Setup” and choose any instrument. To enter Energy Analyzer “WM22-DINAV5”, select “ENERG.ANAL”
b.
Press “Add/Remove Device(s)”. And, from the list, select the library for the device.
c.
Drag’n’Drop on ‘Add Device(s)’ and fill in the required information on the screen
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6.
LOCAL CONNECTIVITY
The most common and frequently used user interface access is local access through a screen, mouse and
keyboard, directly connected to XWEB-EVO. The system can also operate without having these peripheral
devices connected, for example, use these modes for the initial
system configuration; they can later be disconnected definitively if
you only intend to provide access from a remote station.
XWEB-EVO supports PS/2 mouse and keyboard or USB mouse
and keyboard, which can be connected to any available USB port.
The screen that can be connected to XWEB-EVO must have a DVI connector (or VGA, using the supplied
accessory adapter) and have a minimum resolution of 1024x768. We recommend using a screen with a
resolution of more than 1024x768 pixel. Check the screen instructions manual for the supported resolutions.
7.
REMOTE CONNECTIVITY
7.1
GENERAL RULES, AND MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
The XWEB-EVO user or installer can access his/her user interface either locally from the
screen, keyboard or mouse, or from a PC which must be connected and configured to
communicate with the XWEB-EVO network. The XWEB-EVO Ethernet port that needs to be
used for remote connectivity must be the LAN port, shown below.
Using a PC as an interface terminal provides better
performance than local connectivity, we therefore recommend it,
especially for initial configuration. The same user interface is used
for remote control as well as local control.
The PC that you wish to use for the connection must fulfil and
support the minimum characteristics for installation and use of the
following software:
 MICROSOFT INTERNET EXPLORER 9 (only for VISTA/7
and higher), or MOZILLA FIREFOX 14, or GOOGLE
CHROME 23 and compatible
 JAVA VIRTUAL MACHINE 1.6 or 1.7
All of the most recent computers are able to satisfy these requisites. Nevertheless, we recommend following
the advice of an IT expert to assess which computers to buy and/or those already in your possession.
Caution: JAVA VIRTUAL MACHINE versions and web-browsers
must fulfil Dixell requirements: do not use previous or later
versions: the identified versions have been used for testing and
have been approved. We only recommend installing the software
available on the installation CD/USB supplied with XWEB-EVO.
In the following sections, general information is provided on the
possible network configurations, suitable for connection between
XWEB-EVO and your computer. From the start we recommend
following the advice of an IT expert and/or your network
administrator to assess which configurations are most suited to
your needs.
Antivirus, firewall and toolbar software (for example YAHOO
and/or GOOGLE) can impede you from viewing XWEB-EVO
pages correctly. We recommend checking the configuration of
this software and adding their XWEB-EVO IP addresses to the list
of safe sites. With firewalls, make sure that ports 80 and 22 are mapped towards XWEB-EVO so that it can
be reached from outside.
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7.2
CONNECTIVITY WITH CROSS CABLE
Local access from the PC is the fastest way to manage setup. It is possible to connect a PC to XWEB-EVO
through the network interface supplied with an ‘RJ45 Ethernet connector’. The connection between the two
must be set up using a cross network cable (aka 'cross cable'). This cable is available at any computer store.
Once the physical connection has been set up,
launch the browser on your PC and enter the
following in the address bar http://192.168.0.200
(XWEB-EVO default address). The connection
procedure is complete when the login page opens
up. Enter user name and password to start using
your XWEB-EVO.
Caution: a pre-requisite to setting the connection
up correctly is that the XWEB-EVO address and
network interface address on your PC need to
have a compatible IP class. For example, with an
XWEB-EVO network interface configured with
192.168.0.200, the network interface on your PC
can be configured with 192.168.0.15
To configure the network interface of your PC, it is normally necessary to access the administrator level.
Refer to the documents for your computer's operating system. The figure below illustrates the steps that
need to be taken to configure a network interface on a computer with WINDOWS 7.
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7.3
MODEM CONNECTIVITY (“OR POINT-TO-POINT CONNECTION”)
A modem connection makes it possible to set up a connection between PC and XWEB-EVO through the
phone line. This type of connection is usually required when there is no internet connection available on the
local LAN line. An analogue phone line is required (not ISDN), which we recommend setting up exclusively
for XWEB-EVO use.
Caution: only use the supplied modem or a Dixell-recommended one. The supported external modems are:
230/100 or 24V XWEBMODEM.
Do not buy any type of modem other than the listed ones. Dixell cannot be held responsible for any damage
caused by the use of non-recommended modems. Connect the modem to the serial port on the back of the
unit, using the cable supplied with the modem. Connect the modem to the telephone line using the cable
supplied by the manufacturer. Be careful of any telephone switchboard to access the external line.
The connection procedure is divided into two parts:
7.3.1 SETTING UP THE REMOTE ACCESS CONNECTION
The configuration of your PC includes the creation of a "remote access" connection. The illustrations below
mark the steps that need to be carried out to complete the procedure to set up a remote access connection
with WINDOWS 7.
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Enter the telephone number of the line that XWEB-EVO is connected to. If there is a switchboard and the
number that needs to be dialled for the external line is 0, enter: 0,04379833. Enter ‘dixell’ as the user name
and password connection parameters. Enter a name to identify the XWEB-EVO that you wish to contact with
the call.
7.3.2 MAKING THE REMOTE ACCESS CALL
When the configuration step is finished, set up the call to XWEB as illustrated in the pictures below, which
represent the calling procedure for computers with WINDOWS 7.
When the connection has been set up between your PC and XWEBEVO, use your browser to access
http://192.168.1.200 . When the login page opens correctly, this means that the execution test of the entire
procedure is complete.
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7.4
INTRANET (“OR LAN CONNECTION”) AND VPN CONNECTIVITY
This type of connection allows you to access XWEB-EVO from any PC connected to the local network. This
type of connection must also be used to configure XWEB-EVO for internet connection through VPN (Virtual
Private Network). This last type of connection, once it has been set up, makes your PC -- connected to the
internet -- part of the local XWEB-EVO network.
Caution: your company's connection to the local network needs to be managed by qualified staff and/or a
network administrator. If you wish to use a VPN network for access, this person must be able to assign a
valid IP address to XWEB-EVO and provide -- for your PC -- any software and credentials.
Before connecting XWEB-EVO to the network, make sure that the IP address you wish to use for XWEBEVO has not already been claimed and can therefore be used. You can run a PING on that address, and if
you receive at least one reply the address needs to be changed, as this means it is already in use.
Example:
Another way of finding out what IP addresses are already in use on a line is using the ARP control. We
recommend reading the documents relative to the operating system that you are using and/or seek the
assistance of qualified staff for network configuration.
Before connecting XWEB-EVO to the network, please configure the IP (and the other network configuration
parameters) using the direct local connection (with screen, keyboard and mouse) or the local PC connection
with cross cable. When the network parameters are set, it is possible to connect XWEB-EVO to the local
network using a standard RJ45 cable. Connect your PC to XWEB-EVO by opening your browser and
entering the XWEB-EVO IP address in the address bar. The default address is: Save this address in your list
of favourites.
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7.5
INTERNET CONNECTIVITY ON PUBLIC IP
This type of connection allows you to access XWEB directly from any PC with an internet connection without
having to install any additional software on your PC.
Caution: the Internet connection needs to be managed by qualified staff and/or a network
administrator.
To connect your XWEBEVO to the Internet you will need a ‘public and static IP address’, which
needs to be given to you by your ISP (Internet Service Provider). Tell your ISP that you wish to
install a web server: this will help your provider understand your requirements and provide you with
a suitable connection. We strongly recommend asking for all of the connection contract details to deal with
any future connection problems.
It is possible to set up an internet connection when there is a router. Router configuration, as well as
XWEBEVO, depends on the data given to you by your ISP. Depending on the type of contract, the provider
can supply the Router or the customer can purchase one separately.
For the first configuration it may be necessary to use a direct local connection (with screen, mouse and
keyboard) or a local connection from your PC (with cross cable) or LAN line.
Provide your XWEBEVO ports (LAN side) to your ISP and/or network administrator.
 80 (used for HTTP access)
 22 (used for SSH access)
8.
OPERATION
For operating procedures, please refer to the OPERATING MANUAL contained in the CD included in the
XWEB-EVO package. Or, consult the “Product Literature“ section of http://www.dixell.com where you can
find the updated version.
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9.
SYSTEM DATA
Fill in the table below, make a xerox copy and keep it near the XWEB.
HostName
___________________________ [example: myXWEB001 ]
IP Address
___________________________ [example: 192.168.0.123 ]
Gateway
___________________________ [example: 192.168.0.1 ]
DNS
___________________________ [example: 8.8.8.8 ]
SMTP
___________________________ [example: 192.168.0.14 ]
E-mail Address
___________________________ [example: myXWEB001@company.com ]
Modem
___________________________
Telephone number
___________________________
10. TRADEMARKS
Consider It Solved and Intelligent Store are trademarks and Emerson Climate Technologies and the
Emerson Climate Technologies logo are service marks and trademarks of Emerson Electric Co.
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