RDT RM96xx User manual

Smart_DP RM 9600 User Manual
User manual
Smart_DP for Radio Data Technology RDT
RM 9600 Modem Series
Rev. rel. 13.1.03
Versions
Documentation:
Configuration tool, RS-232:
Firmware version:
Hardware version:
V1.10
V1.00
V1.10
V1.20
This product has been developed in cooperation RDT/SUA Telenet
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Contents
A
- Notes
2
B
- Delivery content
3
C
- Introduction
4
D
- Hardware specification
4
D.1
Dimensions
4
D.2
Connectors, State display
4
D.3
Technical data
5
D.4
Interface signals
5
E
- Usage of the hardware
6
E.1
Working scenario
6
E.2
Connection of the hardware
8
F
- Configuration
9
F.1
Configuration via code switches
10
F.2
Configuration via the RS-232 interface
11
F.2.1
Installation of the tool
11
F.2.2
Usage of the 'Smart_DP Serial Configuration-Tool'
11
F.3
Configuration via the Profibus-DP master systems project
16
F.3.1
Definition of the parameter data set for a ‘Radio Master’
16
F.3.2
Definition of the configuration data set for a ‘Radio Master’
17
F.3.3
Diagnose data for a ‘Radio Master’
18
F.3.4
Definition of the parameter data set for a ‘Radio Slave’
19
F.3.5
Definition of the configuration data set for a ‘Radio Slave’
20
F.3.6
Diagnose data for a ‘Radio Slave’
21
G.
- Configuration of the RDT RM96XX-modem
22
H.
- Support
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A - Notes
The usage of hardware and software should only take place after reading the manual.
Generally:
1. Connect the hardware correctly to the power supply (polarity).
2. Use the right voltage (+18…36V DC) - voltage out of the defined range can lead to the
distruction of the device.
SELV Compliance
The safety status of any connections to the Smart_DP module must comply to the SELV
requirements.
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B - Delivery content
The Smart_DP Box consists of the following parts:
Smart_DP Box for Radio Modem Series
Smart_DP electronic with additional integrated 18-36V power supply in a robust aluminium
housing, including a power supply connector.
Accessories (optional):
Software
Smart_DP CD for Radio Modem Series
CD with configuration tool for the serial interface, GSD file to include the device in the
project of a standard DP-Master configuration tool (e.g. Step7, COM-Profibus,
projecting tools from Softing, Hilscher, etc.), user manual as *.pdf file.
Hardware
Smart_DP Railmount
Fixing hanger to mount the box on a standard rail.
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C - Introduction
The Smart_DP Box for Radio Data Technology Series RM 96xx is used for a simple coupling
of one Central Station (Radio Master) to other Stations (max. 8 Radio Slaves)
In principle, the system acts as a DP/DP-coupler polling system making use of a unique control
mode in the RM 9600.
This standard package includes the hardware within a rugged aluminium housing, configuration software for the settings via the serial interface and a GSD file to include the system in a
project of a Profibus-DP master.
D - Hardware specification
D.1 Dimensions
- 46 x 73 x 93 mm
D.2 Connectors, State display
Side A
- Profibus Interface
- Bus state LED
- Operating LED
- Profibus Address Highnibble
- Profibus Address Lownibble
Side B
- Interface to RM 96xx
- VCC +18 V – 36 V DC (2 Watts)
- GND
- PE
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D.3 Technical data
Power supply (Smart_DP Box)
Operating voltage
Power consumption (RS-232 and Profibus in operating state)
+18-36V DC
approximately 2 Watt
Profibus-DP interface
Interface
Baudrate
9-SUBD female connector
9.6, 19.2, 45.45, 93.75, 187.5, 500,
1500, 3000, 6000, 12000 kBit/s
RS-232 interface
Standard PC/RS-232 interface
Baudrate
9-SUBD male connector
19.2 kBit/s adapted to the radio modem rm96xx from RDT
D.4 Interface signals
Power supply (PIN)
+
GND
PE
+18-36V DC
GND
PE
RS-232 (PIN)
9-SUBD male connector
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
DCD
RXD
TXD
DTR
GND
DSR
RTS
CTS
RI
Profibus-DP Interface (PIN)
9-SUBD female connector
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
n.c.
n.c.
B+
n.c.
DGND
VP (+5V)
n.c.
An.c.
LED-Signals (Profibus-DP)
LED red
LED green
Profibus state
Operational state
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E - Usage of the hardware
E.1 Working scenario
The picture below shows a possible scenario for the b-plus Smart_DP for Radio Modem Series
device. The power supply for the Profibus-DP/RS-232 interface must provide an operating
voltage between +18-36V DC, whereby the power consumption of the Smart_DP module is
about 2 W.
The Profibus-DP interface is equipped with a SUBD female connector. Via this connector the
Smart_DP can be connected with a standard Profibus cable to the master system (e.g. a PLC
or a PC).
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The RS232 interfaces of the Smart_DP modules must connected to the RS232 interfaces of
the radio modems. Please refer to point E.2 - „Connection of the hardware“.
Data will be exchange as fast as possible between the Radio Master (Profibus network) and
the individual Radio Slaves (Profibus networks) over radio in a polling mode.
The Radio Master changes the address of the controller from 1 to the defined number of configured Radio Slave address (1 to max 8) beginning with 1, 2, and so on. After changing the
address the Radio Master try to send the configured data bytes (the number was requested
from Radio Slave after changing address) to the specific Radio Slave.
After the Radio Slaves receives the data bytes it sends its own configured data bytes to the
Radio Master. If a Radio Slave doesn’t answer within a predefined time, the Radio Master is
changing to the next address automatically, according the defined timeout parameters (see
section F3.1 and F3.4 for details)
Exception:
If only one Radio Slave is configured the address change by the Radio Master is made only
one time. So there is a time saving factor improving the data throughput.
Attention:
Radio Master and Slaves need to be configured with a Guard Time of 200 ms to avoid a mix of
‘Set Address’-command format with real data being transmitted.
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E.2 Connection of the hardware
The following points have to be considered when connecting the Smart_DP module:
1. Take care about connecting lines to the power connector in the right way (polarity).
2. Connect PE to safety ground.
3. Pay attention to the right operating voltage. The Smart_DP module allows an operating
voltage range between +18-36V DC.
4. Connect the Smart_DP module via a norm Profibus cable to the Profibus network.
5. Connect the Smart_DP for Radio Modem Series via the RS232-interface with the radio
modem RM96XX as follows:
Smart_DP
RM96XX
TX(2)
RX (3)
RTS (7)
CTS (8)
GND (5)
TX(2)
RX (3)
RTS (7)
CTS (8)
GND (5)
All other connectors must be left open!
6. Switching on the operating voltage to the module:
The green LED is permanently on and signals “ready for operation”.
The red LED is on if the connected Profibus (master system) is in state „off“ or if no bus
system is connected
The red LED is blinking if the connected Profibus (master system) is in state „stop“ or
„clear“.
The red LED is permanently off if the Profibus system is in „operation (cyclic data
exchange) and the module is included to the project of the master via the GSD file in
the right way (only blinking in case of an error).
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F - Configuration
In order to use the whole function of the Smart_DP device, some parameters must be set according to the respective working scenario. The user has three possibilities to configure the
Profibus-DP/RS-232 interface:
Set the bus address via the code switches
RS-232 configuration software for setting the bus address parameter
Configuration via the project tool of the respective master system through the
GSD file, and the 'SetSlaveAddress-telegram'
Profibus parameter
RS-232 ProfibusDP / GSD
Code
Description
switches
DP-address
r/w
r/w
w
Hardware address of Smart_DP
r/w
r/w
r/w
n.a.
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
n.a.
r/w
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
Baudrate
Length of data word
Stop bits
Handshake mode, not implemented
Parity
r
r
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
Serial number
Firmware version
Serial Interface
Speed
Bits
Stop bits
Handshake
Parity
Additional parameter
Serial number
Firmware version number
(Legend: r read, w write, n.a. not available)
The table above shows, which parameters can be read or set by which tool.
Important note:
If the Smart_DP cannot be found in the Profibus network, the setting of the bus address
should in any case first be done by means of the code switches!
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F.1 Configuration via code switches
The Profibus-DP address of Smart_DP can be configured via the code switches. This method
of setting the address has a higher priority than the configuration by software. By software the
address can be set through the 'SetSlaveAddress-telegram' of the master or by the serial configuration tool described in the following sentences. The settings done by software are only
active if the code switches are switched to a value above 126. Otherwise, the hardware settings have priority.
Important note:
A changing of the value of the code switches will only be active if the Profibus-DP/RS232 interface if booted again (that means the power supply is separated and then connected again).
In any case:
If you are not sure what address should be used for connecting Smart_DP to your special Profibus-DP network, please ask the engineer who is responsible for your bus system.
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F.2 Configuration via the RS-232 interface
The Profibus-DP/RS-232 module can be configured through a tool via the RS-232 interface.
However, the settings given by the GSD file, (they are especially adapted to the radio
modem) should be used. That ensures the right functionality.
F.2.1 Installation of the tool
Start the program 'setup.exe' from the corresponding directory of the delivered CD
('...\ConfigSer') for the software 'Smart_DP Serial Configuration-Tool' and follow the instructions on the monitor.
After successful installation the program 'Smart_DP Serial Configuration' can be started from
the task ledge under the program group 'b-plus'.
F.2.2 Usage of the 'Smart_DP Serial Configuration-Tool'
In order to get a connection via the 'Smart_DP Serial Configuration-Tool' to the ProfibusDP/RS-232 interface the following steps have to be carried out:
1. Connect the Smart_DP module through a zero modem cable (crossed data lines) to a free
serial port of the PC.
2. Start the application 'Smart_DP Serial Configuration' from the task ledge under the program group 'b-plus'.
3. Choose the COM port of the connected Smart_DP module.
4. Power up the Smart_DP module when the starting window of the application is shown on
the screen.
5. After a short moment the buttons ('Read', 'Write', 'Reset') aren’t shadowed any more (they
are active now). Further on, the fields 'Firmware version' and 'Serial No' now contain the
corresponding entries. The connection to the Smart_DP is now established.
If setting up a connection to the module is not possible, the program will finish automatically after 10 seconds.
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If there is no active connection to the Profibus-DP/RS-232 interface or if the search of the
module by 'Smart_DP Serial Configuration-Tool' is in process, the application window looks
like the picture below:
Picture 1 – Configuration tool (no connection)
Important note:
If a connection to Smart_DP is not possible please check the following points:
Are all cables (lines, RS-232 and power) connected correctly?
Is the selected COM-port the right one?
Was the sequence kept in this way: starting the PC tool and than connecting the
Smart_DP to power?
Remark: the Smart_DP module checks during startup if there is a PC connected to an
active 'Smart_DP Serial Configuration-Tool'.
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With a successful connection to the Profibus-DP/RS-232 interface the buttons are activated
and the fields 'Firmware version' and 'Serial No' are filed with the corresponding contents as
shown in the picture below:
Picture 2 – Configuration tool (connection established)
In the main window the following buttons can are shown:
'Read': Reads the actual firmware version and the serial number from the module.
'Reset': Resets the module (a contact with the configuration tool is not possible before the first
reboot of the module).
By choosing a tab from the tabbed dialog in the above shown window the individual configuration masks can be selected.
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Configuration of the Profibus-DP parameters:
Picture 3 – Configuration tool (DP configuration)
DP address: Shows the Profibus address stored in the EEPROM of the Smart_DP module.
This address is active, if the code switches are switched to a value above 126. In this case the
address can be changed during active bus operation mode by the master via a
'SetSlaveAdress-Telegram'. The changed address will then be stored in the EEPROM.
DP ident nr: Shows the used PNO-Ident number of the module.
Read: Reading of the parameters stored in the EEPROM.
Write: Writes the actual values to the EEPROM of the Smart_DP module – the settings are not
active before the next reboot of the Smart_DP module.
Important note:
If you are not sure what address should be used for connecting Smart_DP to your special Profibus-DP network, please ask the engineer who is responsible for your bus system.
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Configuration of the serial interface parameters of the Smart_DP:
Picture 4 – Configuration tool (configuration of the serial interface)
Speed: Baudrate of the RS-232 interface.
Bits: Defines the length of a data word.
Stop bits: Number of stop bits.
Parity: Parity of the serial interface.Use settings: When this option is activated these settings
are used for the configuration of the serial interface (when Smart_DP is started). Otherwise,
the settings sent by the Profibus master during network startup (project data) are used.
Read: Reading the EEPROM stored values.
Write: Writes the actual values to the EEPROM of the Smart_DP module – the settings are not
active before the next reboot of the Smart_DP module.
Note: If the 'Use settings' flag is not activated, the defined values are written to the EEPROM
too, but they are not used after the next reboot. The settings sent by the Profibus master
during network startup (project data) are used.
Important note:
The RS232 interface should always be set to the following parameter settings for
Smart_DP for Radio Modem Series: 19200 baud, 8 data bits, no parity and 1 stop bit.
Only these parameters guarantee a correct functionality with the radio modem.
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F.3 Configuration via the Profibus-DP master systems project
A GSD-File is part of the delivery. This file is used by the respective Profibus master system to
define the application’s specific parameter data set and the configuration data set for each
Profibus slave which work together with the RM 96xx.
These data sets are produced via a master-specific project tool. The Profibus master uses
these data sets when starting the bus system to set e.g. the characteristics of the Smart_DP
module.
The Smart_DP module could be configured as a ‘Radio Master’-module or as a Radio Slave’module which are described in the following sections.
F.3.1 Definition of the parameter data set for a ‘Radio Master’
The GSD file contains the following parameters (projecting via a master specific software):
Parameters (Display projecting tool)
Timeout_Mode
Configurable parameters
All inputs 0
Hold old values
Description
Defines how input data of the slave should behave, if a
NO_LINK-Timeout occurs.
Timeout NO_LINK-Diag
Unsigned Integer:
Value in ms.
Values between 1000 ms
and 65536 ms are allowed.
Defines the timeout time to the polled radio slave until diagnose information is set on Profibus.
Modem Guard Time
Recommended: 200ms
Unsigned Integer:
Value in ms.
Values between 0 ms and
65500 ms are allowed.
Defines the time which must keep before a new radio slave
could be selected.
Timeout_Mode (Bool): This parameter defines, how the profibus input data of the profibus
slave should behave, if a NO_LINK-Timeout is detected. The selection „All inputs 0“ sets all
input data to zero, whereas the selection „Hold old values“ saves the last values in the register
area.
Timeout NO_LINK-Diag (Integer value in ms): Defines how long no data from the radio slave
station can be received until a diagnose information (NO_LINK-Diag) is set onto the profibus.
Modem Guard Time (Integer value in ms): Defines how long the radio master module must
wait until it try to connect the next radio slave module.
Please refer to point G - „Configuration of the RDT RM96XX-modem“.
Important note:
These defined settings (project data) are sent through the profibus master during
network startup.
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F.3.2 Definition of the configuration data set for a ‘Radio Master’
The configuration data set defines the number of data bytes, which are cyclically transmitted
via the Profibus.
This number of bytes is fixed for the respective used ‘Radio Master’-module. It is possible to
select one of max. eight different available ‘Radio Master’ modules. All modules have the same
parameter data set, but different amount of input/output data.
For each ‘Radio Slave’ there were 30 data bytes needed.
List for several Radio Master:
Radio Master (1 Radio Slave):
Radio Master (2 Radio Slave):
Radio Master (3 Radio Slave):
Radio Master (4 Radio Slave):
…
Radio Master (8 Radio Slave):
maximum of data input:
maximum of data input:
maximum of data input:
maximum of data input:
30 bytes
60 bytes
90 bytes
120 bytes
maximum of data input:
240 bytes
The ‘Radio Master’-module must selected for the respective scenario the Smart_DP for Radio
Modem Series – module is used for.
Important note:
These defined settings (configuration data set) are sent by the Profibus master during
network startup.
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F.3.3 Diagnose data for a ‘Radio Master’
The Smart_DP module provides the Profibus master the possibility to obtain diagnose information about errors from the Profibus slave device (Radio Master). Because of that, the
Smart_DP module is coding the diagnose information in 7 Profibus user-specific diagnose
bytes.
Byte (user specific)
1 to 4
Bit
Description
Internally (DPV1) used
5
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
RS-232 TX-Buffer Overflow
RS-232 RX-Buffer Overflow
Inputlength-Error
Outputlength-Error
Baudrate-Error
Parity-Error
Stopbit-Error
Bytesize-Error
6
0
1-6
7
LRC Error
Not used
RADIO_TX_FULL
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
NO_LINK_1
NO_LINK_2
NO_LINK_3
NO_LINK_4
NO_LINK_5
NO_LINK_6
NO_LINK_7
NO_LINK_8
The first 4 bytes of the user-specific diagnose data and the bit 1 to 6 in the 6th byte respectively
are not relevant for information.
For radio modem operation, the following diagnose information is important:
LRC Error: This error bit signals to the profibus master, that the actual checked LRC Byte
from the corresponding partner was wrong.
RADIO_TX_FULL: This parameter informs the profibus master that the radio modems TX
buffer is full.
NO_LINK_X: This error bits signals to the profibus master, that no actual data is transmitted
from the corresponding partner which is selected since a configured time.
The remaining diagnose bits mentioned above are not relevant in that case.
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F.3.4 Definition of the parameter data set for a ‘Radio Slave’
The GSD file contains the following parameters (projecting via a master specific software):
Parameters (Display projecting tool)
Timeout_Mode
Configurable parameters
All inputs 0
Hold old values
Description
Defines how input data of the slave should behave, if a
NO_LINK-Timeout occurs.
Timeout NO_LINK-Diag
Unsigned Integer:
Value in ms.
Values between 1000 ms
and 65536 ms are allowed.
Defines the timeout time to the polling radio master until
diagnose information is set on profibus.
Modem Guard Time
Recommended: 200ms
Unsigned Integer:
Value in ms.
Values between 0 ms and
65500 ms are allowed.
Defines the time which must keep before a new radio slave
could be selected.
Radio Slave Address
Byte:
Values between 1 and 8
are allowed.
Defines the address of the Radio Slave module.
Timeout_Mode (Bool): This parameter defines, how the profibus input data of the profibus
slave should behave, if a NO_LINK-Timeout is detected. The selection „All inputs 0“ sets all
input data to zero, whereas the selection „Hold old values“ saves the last values in the register
area.
Timeout NO_LINK-Diag (Integer value in ms): Defines how long no data from the radio
master station can be received until a diagnose information (NO_LINK-Diag) is set onto the
profibus.
Modem Guard Time (Integer value in ms): Defines how long the radio slave module must
wait until it configures the address of the radio modem.
Radio Slave Address (Byte): Defines the own address of the Radio Slave which is set on
startup of Profibus communication via serial to the radio modem.
Important note:
These defined settings (project data) are sent through the profibus master during
network startup.
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F.3.5 Definition of the configuration data set for a ‘Radio Slave’
The configuration data set defines the number of data bytes, which are cyclically transmitted
via the Profibus. This number of bytes can be variable adjusted to the scenario the Smart_DP
for Radio Modem Series – module is used for.
On the whole, the Smart_DP module allows a maximum data input of 30 bytes and a maximum
data output of 30 bytes. According to the max. ‘Radio Slave’ stations which the ‘Radio Master
system could be handled. (Actually a maximum of 8 units, other options on request)
Thus, the configuration of the number of bytes is integrated as a modular concept. By using
different radio slave modules (each one corresponds to a special number of DI/DO mark) – the
maximum is 30 bytes – the necessary length of input and output data can be defined.
Important note:
These defined settings (configuration data set) are sent by the Profibus master during
network startup.
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F.3.6 Diagnose data for a ‘Radio Slave’
The Smart_DP module provides the Profibus master the possibility to obtain diagnose information about errors from the Profibus slave device (Radio Slave). Because of that, the Smart_DP
module is coding the diagnose information in 7 Profibus user-specific diagnose bytes.
Byte (user specific)
1 to 4
Bit
Description
Internally (DPV1) used
5
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
RS-232 TX-Buffer Overflow
RS-232 RX-Buffer Overflow
Inputlength-Error
Outputlength-Error
Baudrate-Error
Parity-Error
Stopbit-Error
Bytesize-Error
6
0
1-6
7
LRC Error
Not used
RADIO_TX_FULL
7
0
1-7
NO_LINK
Not used
The first 4 bytes of the user-specific diagnose data, the bit 1 to 6 in the 6th byte and the bit 1 to
7 in the 7th byte respectively are not relevant for information.
For radio modem operation, the following diagnose information is important:
LRC Error: This error bit signals to the profibus master, that the actual checked LRC Byte
from the corresponding partner was wrong.
RADIO_TX_FULL: This parameter informs the profibus master that the radio modems TX
buffer is full.
NO_LINK: This error bit signals to the profibus master, that no actual data is transmitted from
the polling Radio Master system since a configured time.
The remaining diagnose bits mentioned above are not relevant in that case.
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G - Configuration of the RDT RM96XX-modem
In order to have the Smart_DP for Radio Modem Series module working together optimally
with the RDT RM96XX radio modem, some configuration must be done to the radio modem.
These settings are absolutely necessary to guarantee the right functionality!
Only the tables of the user configurable settings of the radio modem are fixed below, which are
necessary for the right operation of the coupling module with the modem.
ROTARY SWITCH = 0 / RUN MODE
Irrelevant for modem/Smart_DP coupling, only important for the general configuration of the
RF communication.
ROTARY SWITCH = 1 / TEST
Irrelevant for modem/Smart_DP coupling, only important for the general configuration of the
RF communication.
ROTARY SWITCH = 2 / ADDRESS
Will be changed automatically via serial communication with Smart_DP module. (no manual
configuration needed)
ROTARY SWITCH = 3 / MODE
1
2
PRIMARY MODE OF OPEARTION
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ASYNC
SYNC
MODEM
N/U
3
SERIAL CONTROL
OFF
ON
4
5
6
REPEATER
REPET ALL
AUTO REPEAT
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
OFF-X-X = REPEATER OFF
ON-OFF-OFF = STANDARD REPEATER
ON-OFF-ON = AUTOMATIC REPEATER
ON-ON-OFF = REPEAT ALL
7
REPEATER
REMOTE
OFF
8
RS232/
RS485
OFF
ON
ON
ROTARY SWITCH = 4 / RF PARAMETERS
1
RF BAUD RATE
2
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
4K
8K
16K
N/U
3
LISTEN BEFORE Tx
OFF
4
FEC
ON/OFF
OFF
5
ARQ
ON/OFF
OFF
6
RTS/CTS
HANDSHAKE
OFF
7
DSR/DTR
HANDSHAKE
OFF
8
ARQ
TIMEOUT
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ROTARY SWITCH = 5 / SERIAL INTERFACE CONFIGURATION
1
2
SERIAL PORT
BAUD RATE
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
3
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
150
300
600
1200
2400
4800
9600
19200
4
PARITY
5
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
NONE
EVEN
ODD
6
7
CHARACTER
LENGTH
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
7 BITS
8 BITS
9 BITS
8
STOP
BITS
OFF
ON
1
2
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ROTARY SWITCH = 7 / SERIAL CONTROL
Serial Control Guard Time should be the same value as configured in the project engineering
via a master specific software. (Recommended are 200ms)
An exception is declared in E.1. For a point to point link 1: Radio Master / 1 Radio Slave
(Recommended are 0ms = equal to factory presetting)
ROTARY SWITCH =7
Serial Control
1
Spare
2
Spare
3
Serial
Control
OFF
4
Guard Time
5
ARQ Retries
OFF=none
ON=20
OFF
ON=200ms
OFF=Inf.
ON
OFF=500ms
ON
ON=1sec
6
Global Address
7
Sensitivity
8
Spare
ON
ON=LOW
OFF
OFF=Normal
OFF=LED
ALL
ON=Only
D17 ON
Factory presetting in bolt letters
H - Support
Technical support is available from
SUA Telenet GmbH
Gründenstrasse 82
P.O. Box 1426
CH-8201 Schaffhausen
Tel +41 52 647 4141
Fax +41 52 647 4140
Mail: info@sua-tele.net
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