EasyIO FG Series DDC User Reference

EasyIO FG Series User Reference v1.3
EasyIO FG Series DDC User Reference
EasyIO FG Series User Reference v1.3
Document Change Log
1st April 2013
Document created.
7th July 2013
Correct mistakes and typo error.
4th August 2013
Restore Factory settings
10th Sept 2013
Added in wiring diagram
EasyIO FG Series User Reference v1.3
Disclaimer
EasyIO FG-32 and EasyIO FG-20 is a product by EasyIO Holdings Pte Ltd
Sedona Framework is a trademark of Tridium, Inc.
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Contents
Introduction ............................................................................................................................................ 5
Hardware Configurations ........................................................................................................................ 6
Power supply Connection ................................................................................................................... 6
RS485 Connection ............................................................................................................................... 7
Jumpers Setting................................................................................................................................... 9
Wiring diagram.................................................................................................................................. 10
Digital Output Wiring Connection..................................................................................................... 11
Universal Input Connection .............................................................................................................. 12
Universal Output Connection ........................................................................................................... 14
Buttons and Indications ........................................................................................................................ 16
Software Configurations ....................................................................................................................... 18
Install platform files and kits files ..................................................................................................... 18
Login Details .......................................................................................................................................... 21
Changing IP address .............................................................................................................................. 22
Restore factory settings ........................................................................................................................ 23
Technical Support ................................................................................................................................. 24
EasyIO FG Series User Reference v1.3
Introduction
EasyIO FG Series is the most powerful Sedona controller in the market. It is equipped with two 32-bit
Processors, the first in the Automation industry, with an ARM9 200 MHz Samsung processor, an
ARM M3 Cortex for the I/O management and A-D processing, and also with a Linux 2.6 OS for
premium performance. Later in 2013 we will be adding Graphics capability to serve up html
templates that will be stored on the Micro SD card. BACnet and Modbus will also be added in 2013.
TCOM is available now and is encouraged for premium performance with Niagara.
•
The Build bootloader can now be carried out remotely. No more manual service button
needed is used.
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Firmware upgrading now can be done remotely and without any assistant.
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Firmware upgrading is via ftp client.
This document describe about basic connection and technical specifications.
It applies for both EasyIO FG-32 and EasyIO FG-20.
Comparison Chart below shows the different between EasyIO FG-32 and EasyIO FG-20. It is only the
total number of Inputs and Outputs quantity.
Both EasyIO FG-32 and EasyIO FG-20 are using the same hardware configurations in term of
processor , memory and etc.
Item
FG-32
FG-20
Digital Output
8 Channels
2 Channels
Universal Output
8 Channels
6 Channels
Universal Input
16 Channels
12 Channels
Table shown above show the different between EasyIO FG-32 and EasyIO FG20in terms of IO points.
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Hardware Configurations
Power supply Connection
Both AC and DC can be used for EasyIO FG Series controller. Refer to electrical specification for the
working range. In order to avoid damage on the controller input/output devices and RS485
connection, use individual power supply for each controller. If a single power supply is used, make
sure controller power supplies are connected with the same polarity.
Electrical
Power Supply
Consumption
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Operating Humidity
24V AC +/- 5% or 24V DC +20%/-15%
750 mA
32 to 150 Deg-F (0 to 65 Deg-C)
-4 to 150 Deg-F (-20 to 65 Deg-C)
10% to 95% relative humidity non-condensing
Power Supply Connection
Multiple controllers share single transformer connection
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RS485 Connection
RS485 connection must be terminated at both ends with termination resistor, typically 120Ohms. It
is recommended to use shielded twisted pair wire (STP) for the wiring.
The FG series comes with a build in 120Ohm resistor. To enable this simply change the jumper
setting to ON position. Refer to jumper image below.
Lightning protection circuit is highly recommended to be installed at one end of the wiring. The
controller should be wired in daisy chain network topology as shown as image below. If wire branch
can be avoided, keep it as short as possible, and never connect more than one device to the wire
branch(it is not recommended).
Be careful if single power supply is used for all connected RS485 device, make sure all devices are
having the same ground connection. Make sure you are connecting the same wire for the same
terminal position, all “H” terminals connected to the same wire.
Physical Interface 1 and
2 (Port 1 and 2)
Modbus Baud Rate
Bacnet Baud Rate
Ethernet Support
Application Support
EIA-485 (BUS A,B) Two-wire, Half Duplex
Speed:(9.6K, 19.2k, 38.4K, 57.6K, 115.2K bit/s),
Data Bit:(8 bits),
Parity:(None, Even, Odd)
Speed:(9.6K, 19.2k, 38.4K, 76.8K),
Data Bit:(8 bits),
Parity:(None)
IP, TCP, UDP, ICMP, HTTP,FTP
Sedona and Tcom
Daisy Chain Network Topology
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RS485 Connection Diagram
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Jumpers Setting
Below image shows the jumper setting for Universal Input, Universal Output, Watchdog and also EIA
485 120 Ohm terminations.
EasyIO FG32 Jumpers Setting
EasyIO FG20 Jumpers Setting
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Wiring diagram
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Digital Output Wiring Connection
EasyIO FG Series digital output is for general purpose isolated digital output connections (relay
output).
General rating is as below (Direct Drive);
• 125 VAC , 0.5A
• 24 VDC , 2A
Pilot Duty rating is as below (Pilot Duty);
• 24 VAC , 0.5A
• 24 VDC , 0.5A
Digital Output
Type
8 Channels (FG-32) , 2 Channels (FG-20)
Relay Contacts, SPST NO, 48VA at 24VAC,
Pilot Duty at 500mA
It does not output voltage or current. It is a dry relay contact.
Digital Output Connection
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Universal Input Connection
EasyIO FG series has non-isolated universal inputs. The universal input supports three type of analog
signal i.e. resistance, voltage and current transmitter via hardware jumper and internal register
settings:
Universal Input
Voltage
Current
Resistance
Thermistor
UI as Digital Input
16 Channels (FG-32) , 12 Channels (FG-20)
0 - 10V DC (+/-0.005V)
0-20mA DC
0 - 30K (+/-10 Ohm), 0 - 10K (+/-5 Ohm), 0 - 1.5K (+/-1 Ohm)
10K, 10K Shunt, 1K Balco, 1K Platinum : All (+/-0.01 Deg-C)
Voltage Free Contact
a) Resistance – The working range of resistance is 500Ohm – 500KOhms. If the input is configured
as Thermistor type, the system provides 8 customizable temperature lookup tables for resistance
to temperature translation. The commonly used Thermistor like 10K, 10K with Shunt, 1K Balco
and 1K Platinum are all supported
b) Voltage – Two selection of working range 0 – 5V and 0 – 10V. The minimum input impedance of
voltage input is 1 Mega Ohm.
c) Current – Two selection of working ranges 0 – 20mA and 4 – 20mA. The current input impedance
is less than 25 Ohm.
d) Pulse Input – All Universal Inputs are capable of receiving high speed pulse. Minimum on time
pulse is 25ms and minimum off time is 25ms. Refer to image below.
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Universal Input Connection
Universal Input as Pulse Input specifications, Max 20Hz
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Universal Output Connection
EasyIO FG series has Universal Output connections. Each Universal Output can be configured to drive
voltage or current output or digital output via hardware jumper setting and internal register settings.
The working range for voltage is 0 – 10V and for current either 0 – 20mA or 4 – 20mA. For current
transmitter, the circuit able to drive load impedance up to 800 ohm which is ideal for long wire
connection (up to 500 meter wire length).
For digital output it can only support 24VDC and max load is 200mA. AC power source is not allowed.
It will damage the controller.
Universal Output
Type
8 Channels (FG-32) , 6 Channels (FG-20)
Current: 0 - 20mA, 4 - 20mA (up to 800 Ohm load)
Voltage: 0 – 10VDC
Digital Mode ; Max Sinking Current Rating: 0.2A Max
Universal Output Connection for Voltage and Current
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Universal Output Connection as Digital Output
Remarks: Universal Output as Digital Output
Only DC power source can be use. If AC power source it will damage the controller.
Max DC power source is 24VDC.
Max load for Universal Output as Digital Output is 200mA.
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Buttons and Indications
The controller will do a hardware reset when the Reset Button is pressed whenever manual restart is
required.
The Service button is used to activate the built-in bootloader program for software upgrade.
Each digital output has a correspondence LED to indicate its current state.
Image shows the Reset button, Service button and also TXRX indicators.
Image shown is an EasyIO FG-32 unit.
Image shows the Status indicator, Error indicator and individual Digital Output indicator
Button and LED indications. Image shown is an EasyIO FG-32 unit.
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LED Conditions
1
2
Description
ERR
ERR is to indicate whenever there is
communication errors.
STS
STS is used to indicate the heartbeat of the
Microcontroller. The STS LED will blink at
1-second interval in normal operation
condition.
3
TX1 RX1
TXRX is used to indicate when there are
communication activities in Port 1.
(Transmitting or Receiving) on the
communication port.
4
TX2 RX2
TXRX is used to indicate when there are
communication activities in Port 2.
(Transmitting or Receiving) on the
communication port.
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Software Configurations
In order to connect to the new EasyIO FG Series Sedona controller, some files are needed. EasyIO FG
series has a different Sedona platform, files and kits. These kits are hardware dependent.
Follow the below instructions before connecting to the controller via Sedona Workbench.
Install platform files and kits files
Step 1
Get the required files from EasyIO technical support at support@easyio.com. The files are the
Sedona kits and platform manifest for the EasyIO FG series.
Step 2
Close the workbench.
Locate the Sedona folder in the Niagara installation directory;
Niagara Version
Niagara Ax 3.5.xx
Niagara Ax 3.6.xx
Niagara Ax 3.7.xx
Sedona directory
Niagara\niagara 3.5.xx\sedona\
Niagara\niagara 3.6.xx\sedonaBundles\sedona
1.1.xx\sedona\
Niagara\niagara 3.7.xx\sedona\
Step 3
Copy and merge the 2 folders that obtain from EasyIO technical support.
The 2 folders are: platform and kits
For Niagara Ax 3.5 User go to step 4.
For Niagara Ax 3.6 User go to step 5.
For Niagara Ax 3.7User go to step 6.
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Step 4
For Niagara Ax 3.5.xx user. Drag and drop it in to the Sedona root folder. Hit “Yes” on the pop up to
merge the files.
Step 5
For Niagara Ax 3.6.xx user. Drag and drop it in to the sedona root folder. Hit “Yes” on the pop up to
merge the files.
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Step 6
For Niagara Ax 3.7.xx user. Drag and drop it in to the sedona root folder. Hit “Yes” on the pop up to
merge the files.
Step 7
Re-open workbench and connect to EasyIO FG32 controller.
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Login Details
EasyIO FG Series details are as below.
Sedona Login
Username
: admin
Password
: <no password>
FTP client Webuser Login
This login allows user to change the web files.
Username
: webuser
Password
: 123456
FTP client Sdcard Login
This login allows user to upgrade firmware
Username
: sdcard
Password
: 123456
Default IP address
Default Subnet
Default Gateway
: 192.168.10.11
: 255.255.255.0
: 0.0.0.0
Note :
In order to login, the host PC (laptop) has to be in the same subnet.
Example:
IP address : 192.168.10.123
Subnet
: 255.255.255.0
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Changing IP address
By default the EasyIO FG series controller IP address is 192.168.10.11.
Changing the IP address can only be done via Sedona workbench.
Step 1
Login to the FG32 via Sedona workbench. Locate the object “IP” under the Sedona service folder.
Step 2
Go into the property sheet of the “IP” object.
Current IP address that is assign to
the controller
New IP address field. Keyin the
requires IP address in these fields.
Make sure the IP address and
subnet is correct before saving.
Step 3
Save the sedona apps and cycle power.
Step 4
Reconnect to the sedona via Sedona workbench with the new assigned IP address.
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Restore factory settings
The new firmware release dated 1st August 2013 comes with “Restore Factory Settings”.
This function is done with just the by pressing the “Service” button while the controller is booting up.
A restore to factory settings will do the following ;
1. Restore the IP address to the default which is 192.168.10.11
2. Clear the Sedona application in the Sedona VM back to default (default app is an empty app)
3. A default Sedona apps default login is admin , <no password>.
Follow the steps below to restore to factory settings.
Step 1
Make sure you backup the Sedona apps if you have connection to the EasyIO FG32.
Step 2
Cycle power and within 5 seconds press and HOLD down the service button until the Error LED starts
to flash.
This process will take approximately 10 seconds before the error Led start to blink.
Step 3
Cycle the power of the controller again and you will regain connection to the Sedona VM with the
default IP address and also default username and password.
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Technical Support
For technical issue, please contact
Email : support@easyio.com