95-7730 - NPB-MDM Modem Card

NPB-MDM Modem Card
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
GENERAL
CAUTION
This modem may require testing and
certification in some European and Asian
countries prior to connecting to the Public
Switched Telephone Network. Refer to the
particular country’s telephone authorities for
further information.
This document covers the mounting and wiring of the
NPB-MDM Modem Card in a Honeywell WEB-201
Controller. For related WEB-IO mounting and wiring
details, refer to the WEB-201 Controller Installation
Instructions, form no. 95-7722.
The Honeywell NPB-MDM Modem Card uses a 56kbps
auto-dial, auto-answer modem with one RJ-11 connector
for the phone line. The NPB-MDM Modem Card must be
installed in Option Slot 1 only, where it operates as
COM1. This disables the RS-232 base serial port (DB-9
connector) on the WEB-201 Controller. Only one
NPB-MDM Modem Card is supported in a WEB-201
Controller. Refer to Fig. 2 for location of option slots.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
NOTES REGARDING DEVICE DESCRIPTION
These instructions include indications for use and
mounting of the device. In case of questions that cannot
be answered with these instructions, please consult the
product supplier or manufacturer. It is the responsibility of
the equipment installer to ensure that all federal, state and
local codes are followed.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• Keep these Installation Instructions for industrial safety
and the prevention of accidents.
• Only qualified personnel shall do mounting and
installation work with these devices, see section titled
“Qualified Personnel”.
• The information in these instructions must be read and
understood by every person using this device.
QUALIFIED PERSONNEL
Qualified personnel in the sense of these instructions are
persons who are well versed in the use and installation of
such devices and whose professional qualifications meet
the requirements of their work.
This includes, for example:
• Qualifications to connect the device according to
applicable specifications and regulations, and
qualifications to put this device into operation, to power
it down, or to activate it by respecting the internal
directions.
• Knowledge of safety rules.
• Knowledge about application and use of the device
within the equipment system.
BEFORE INSTALLATION
1. Unpack the NPB-MDM Modem Card.
2. Check the equipment and report any damage to a
Honeywell representative.
3. Read all of these instructions and ensure they are
understood.
Included in this Package
Included in this package are the following items:
• One NPB-MDM Modem Card, along with connector
and end plate.
• INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS form no. 95-7730.
Materials and Tools Required
The following tools and supplies may be required for
installation:
— #2 Phillips screwdriver: used to install the NPBMDM Modem Card.
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MOUNTING
WARNING
Power to the WEB-201 Controller must be OFF
when installing or removing option cards, or
damage will occur! Also, be very careful to
plug any option card into its connector
properly (pins aligned).
The NPB-MDM Modem Card is for Option Slot 1 only.
NOTE: If another option card already exists in Slot 1, it
must be moved to Option Slot 2. Refer to
GENERAL and SERIAL SHELL NOTES
sections.
4. Remove the Slot 1 blanking end plate.
a. Retain the blanking end plate in case the
NPB-MDM Modem Card must be removed at a
later date.
5. Carefully insert the pins of the NPB-MDM Modem
Card into the socket of slot 1 option connectors.
The mounting holes on the option board should line
up with the standoffs on the base board. If they do
not, the connector is not properly aligned.
a. Press until the NPB-MDM Modem Card is
completely seated.
6. Place the custom end plate that came with the
NPB-MDM Modem Card over its connector.
(See Fig. 3).
7. Plug the battery cable into the battery connector on
the WEB-201 Controller. (See Fig. 3).
INSERT NPB-MDM INTO
OPTION CARD SLOT
CAREFULLY, WITH
PINS ALIGNED. FULLY
SEAT CARD.
ACTIVE
WEB-201 BATTERY
CONNECTOR
MODEM
PLACE NPB-MDM
CUSTOM END
PLATE OVER END.
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Fig. 1. NPB-MDM Modem Card.
1.
2.
Fig. 3. Top view, NPB-MDM end plate insertion.
Power down the WEB-201 Controller (see
WARNING in MOUNTING section).
Remove the WEB-201 Controller cover.
a. Press in the four tabs on both ends of the unit,
and lift the cover off.
NOTE: If accessory modules are plugged into the
WEB-201 Controller, slide them away from
the unit to get to the cover tabs.
3.
Remove the battery and bracket assembly by taking
out the four screws holding it in place, setting the
screws aside for later.
a. Unplug the battery from the connector on the
WEB-201 Controller:
8. Set the battery and bracket assembly back over the
option card slots, with the mounting holes aligned
with the standoffs.
9. Place the four screws through the battery bracket,
end plate, and into the standoffs on the WEB-201
Controller base board. Hand tighten these screws.
HAND TIGHTEN THE
FOUR SCREWS
THROUGH BATTERY
BRACKET, END
PLATES, INTO
STANDOFFS
WEB-201
MODE
JUMPER
LOCATION
SCREWS (4)
BATTERY ASSEMBLY
(INCLUDES CABLE
AND BRACKET)
UNPLUG BATTERY HERE
OPTION SLOT 2
AREA
WEB-201
M23343
BLANKING END
PLATE
OPTION SLOT 1
AREA NPB-MDM
MUST GO HERE
Fig. 4. Battery bracket screw re-fastening.
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10.
Fig. 2. Removal of screws and battery assembly.
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Replace the WEB-201 Controller cover.
a. If accessory modules were unplugged, plug
them back into the WEB-201 Controller as
before and secure.
NPB-MDM MODEM CARD
WIRING
SERIAL SHELL NOTES
Connect a standard RJ-11 telephone cable to the
connector on the NPB-MDM Modem Card and the other
end to the working PSTN (dialup) telephone receptacle.
If an NPB-MDM Modem Card is installed and the WEB201 Controller’s “Mode Jumper” (Refer to Fig. 4) is put in
“Serial Shell” position, the WEB-201 base RS-232 port
becomes active immediately following a reboot. This
allows an RS-232 connection to the “Serial Shell” for
debugging purposes. The NPB-MDM Modem Card is
inoperative during this period.
LEDS
A single LED is visible on the top of the NPB-MDM
Modem Card (cover must be removed from the WEB-201
Controller). This LED is shown on the top label of the
NPB-MDM (refer to Fig. 1) and operates as follows:
• ACTIVE (green) — When lit, it indicates that the
modem is connected to another modem (a carrier is
detected). In this case, the WEB-201 serial port LEDs
(on its lower base board) should indicate transmit and
receive activity.
To re-enable the modem, the Mode Jumper must be put
back in the NORMAL position, and then reboot the
WEB-201 Controller.
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