Device manual CANwireless CAN Wi-Fi /Bluetooth interface

Device manual
CANwireless
CAN Wi-Fi /Bluetooth interface
7391106 / 00
12 / 2016
CR3130
CR3131
UK
Installation instructions CANwireless CR3130/CR3131
Contents
1 Preliminary note��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4
1.1 Symbols used��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4
1.2 Warnings used��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4
2 Safety instructions����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5
2.1 General������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5
2.2 Target group ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5
2.3 Electrical connection����������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5
2.4 Air traffic ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5
2.5 Explosive substances��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5
2.6 Electronic devices��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5
2.7 FCC (USA) ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6
3 Functions and features ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 7
3.1 Overview of the functions ��������������������������������������������������������������������������� 8
4 Installation����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9
4.1 Fixing the device����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9
4.2 Mounting the antennas������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9
5 Electrical connection����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 10
5.1 Connectors ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 10
5.2 Operating voltage and CAN interface������������������������������������������������������� 10
5.3 Service interface����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������11
5.4 Wi-Fi / Bluetooth antenna (art. no. EC2118, only for CR3131)������������������11
6 Indicators����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 12
6.1 LEDs��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 12
7 Set-up ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 13
7.1 Necessary components����������������������������������������������������������������������������� 13
7.1.1 Hardware������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 13
7.1.2 Software������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 13
7.1.3 Documentation��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 13
7.2 Connect the device����������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 13
7.3 Wi-Fi interface������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 14
7.4 Wi-Fi configuration ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 14
7.4.1 Wi-Fi mini access point mode����������������������������������������������������������� 14
7.4.2 Wi-Fi infrastructure mode����������������������������������������������������������������� 15
7.5 Bluetooth interface ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 15
7.6 Bluetooth configuration����������������������������������������������������������������������������� 16
8 Technical data��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 17
8.1 CR3130����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 17
8.2 CR3131����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 19
9 Maintenance, repair and disposal��������������������������������������������������������������������� 21
9.1 Servicing��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 21
9.2 Cleaning the housing surface������������������������������������������������������������������� 21
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9.3 Repair������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 21
9.4 Disposal����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 21
10 Approvals/standards ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 21
11 Appendix ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 21
11.1 Wi-Fi encryption��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 21
11.2 Wi-Fi frequencies and channels ������������������������������������������������������������� 21
11.3 Object directory��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 23
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This document is the original instructions.
Licences and trademarks
All trademarks and company names used are subject to the copyright of the respective companies.
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1 Preliminary note
This document applies to devices of the type "CANwireless" (art. no.: CR3130 and
CR3131).
Read this document before use to familiarise yourself with operating conditions,
installation and operation. Keep this document during the entire duration of use of
the device.
Adhere to the safety instructions.
1.1 Symbols used
►
>
[…]
→
Instructions
Reaction, result
Designation of keys, buttons or indications
Cross-reference
Important note
Non-compliance may result in malfunction or interference.
Information
Supplementary note
1.2 Warnings used
WARNING
Warning of serious personal injury.
Death or serious irreversible injuries may result.
CAUTION
Warning of personal injury.
Slight reversible injuries may result.
NOTE
Warning of damage to property.
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2 Safety instructions
These instructions are an integral part of the device. They contain information
and illustrations about the correct handling of the device and must be read before
installation or use.
2.1 General
Follow the operating instructions. Non-observance of the instructions, operation
which is not in accordance with use as prescribed below, wrong installation or
incorrect handling can affect the safety of operators and machinery
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Disconnect the device externally before handling it.
In case of malfunction of the device or queries please contact the manufacturer.
Any tampering with the device can seriously affect the safety of operators and
machinery. This is not permitted and leads to an exclusion of liability and warranty.
2.2 Target group
These instructions are intended for authorised persons according to the EMC
and low-voltage directives. The device must be installed, connected and put into
operation by a qualified electrician.
2.3 Electrical connection
The device is designed for supply via a mobile on-board system (12/24 V DC
battery operation).
The connection terminals may only be supplied with the signals indicated in the
technical data and/or on the device label and only the approved accessories of ifm
electronic may be connected.
2.4 Air traffic
The device must not be operated on board aircraft.
Using it in an aircraft can affect the navigation and communication systems. An
offence can lead to legal action against the offender.
2.5 Explosive substances
In general, radio equipment must not be used in the vicinity of petrol stations, fuel
depots, chemical plants or blasting operations.
Do not transport and store any flammable gases, liquids or explosive substances
in the part of the vehicle where the device is installed.
2.6 Electronic devices
Operation can affect the function of electronic devices that are not correctly
shielded.
Disconnect the unit in the vicinity of medical equipment. Please contact the
manufacturer of the device in case of problems.
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2.7 FCC (USA)
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation presupposes the two following conditions:
(1) This device must not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must tolerate interference including interference possibly causing
undesired operation.
Cautionary Information:
Any changes made to this device without express consent of ifm electronic gmbh
may invalidate FCC approval to operate this device.
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3 Functions and features
CANwireless allows wireless access to the CAN interface of mobile machines for
data exchange or error diagnostics.
The CR3130 device has an internal antenna. CR3131 has a connection for an
external antenna providing a longer range.
The parameter of the devices are set via the CAN interface.
The following functions are available:
●● Wireless CAN bridge:
Direct wireless CAN connection between 2 CAN buses via the CANwireless
devices (Wi-Fi or Bluetooth at option).
WLAN
CANwireless
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CANwireless
Bluetooth
Data exchange via wireless CAN bridge
●● CAN Wi-Fi / CAN Bluetooth interface:
Wireless CAN connection to other Wi-Fi-capable or Bluetooth devices such
as smartphones, tablets or laptops on which the CAN data is recorded and
evaluated.
Use as Wi-Fi interface is possible in the following operating modes:
–– Infrastructure mode
Wi-Fi connection via an existing network.
–– Mini access point mode
The device is a Wi-Fi access point and provides its own network.
WLAN
CANwireless
Bluetooth
Wi-Fi / Bluetooth interface
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CANwireless
WLAN
WLAN
CANwireless
CANwireless
WLAN
WLAN
CANwireless
Infrastructure mode
WARNING
The device is not approved for safety-related tasks in the field of operator
protection.
It is, however, permitted to download safety software via this device to provide it
to other devices for installation.
3.1 Overview of the functions
●● Integration into a machine network via CAN interface
●● Provision of its own network, function as Wi-Fi access point
●● Real-time diagnostics via CODESYS programming system
●● ServiceTool (visualisation tool)
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4 Installation
4.1 Fixing the device
►► Use 2 M4 x 25 cylinder head bolts (to DIN 912) and 2 tooth lock washers for
M4 (to DIN 6797) to fix the device on an even surface.
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23,5
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75
M12x1
8
59
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Installation (figure shows CR3131 CANwireless)
1: Mounting surface
4.2 Mounting the antennas
Wi-Fi /Bluetooth planar antenna for the CR3131 device: art. no. EC2118
►► When mounting the antennas in vehicles avoid the vicinity of fuel tanks,
vessels with explosives or insufficiently screened electronic components (→ 2
Safety instructions).
►► Position the antennas so that a permanent distance of min. 0.2 m from people
is ensured during operation.
►► Do not install the antennas in closed metal constructions such as the driver's
cab.
►► Please observe the notes of the antenna manufacturer.
Stable data transmission requires a good antenna signal. In case of
problems change the position of the antennas or the mobile equipment if
necessary.
A loosely tightened antenna connector also causes signal loss.
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5 Electrical connection
5.1 Connectors
2
1
2
1
3
CR3130
1: Operating voltage and CAN interface
2: Service interface
CR3131
1: Operating voltage and CAN interface
2: Service interface
3: RP-SMA socket for Wi-Fi / Bluetooth antenna
NOTE
IP 65 or IP 67 is only ensured if all connectors are connected or protective caps
are screwed onto the sensor.
5.2 Operating voltage and CAN interface
No standard pin connection (see table below)
M12 connector (5 poles)
Operating voltage
2
1
5
3
4
CAN interface
Pin
Potential
1
GND
2
6...32 V DC
3
Not connected
4
CAN_H
5
CAN_L
NOTE
To avoid damage to the device, connect/disconnect the M12 connector only if
the device is disconnected from power.
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5.3 Service interface
The service interface is mainly used for factory configuration of the device and
firmware update.
M12 connector (5 poles)
2
1
5
3
4
Pin
Potential
1
GND
2
Not connected
3
DTR (boot)
4
RxD (input)
5
TxD (output)
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5.4 Wi-Fi / Bluetooth antenna (art. no. EC2118, only for CR3131)
NOTE
Only connect or remove antennas if the device is disconnected from power. Put
the device into operation with connected antennas only.
►► Do not extend or shorten the antenna cable.
►► Please observe the notes of the antenna manufacturer.
RP-SMA socket
Pin
Potential
Signal
1
Wi-Fi / Bluetooth
GND
2
Screen/housing
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6 Indicators
6.1 LEDs
1
CR3130
1: Status LED
Colour
Green
1
CR3131
1: Status LED
State
Description
Off
No data is transmitted / received or no voltage supply
On
Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection active
Flashing
Ready for Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection
Bluetooth connection is established
Device initialisation
Reset status
Red
On
CAN error, critical voltage
Flashing
Device ready for reset to factory settings
CAN data transfer
Orange
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On
Configuration mode or firmware update
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7 Set-up
7.1 Necessary components
The following components are needed to configure and set up the device:
7.1.1 Hardware
●● CR313x CANwireless
Ensure that all components necessary for the device configuration are used (→
7.2 Connect the device).
●● CANwireless antenna (art. no. EC2118, only for CR3131)
●● PC
●● CAN/PC interface (e.g. CAN/RS232 USB interface CANfox, art. no.: EC2112)
●● CAN bus terminating resistors (2 x 120 Ω)
7.1.2 Software
Device configuration
●● ifm maintenance tool as from version V02.02.13
Device integration into the application program
●● CODESYS programming system
●● CANremote CODESYS client/gateway (optional)
●● Electronic data sheet (EDS) (optional)
7.1.3 Documentation
●● CODESYS programming manual
(alternatively as online help)
●● System manual of the controller used
(alternatively as online help)
The manuals are available on the internet in PDF format by entering the
corresponding article number:
www.ifm.com → Data sheet search → Article number → More information
Software, function libraries and manuals (as online help):
www.ifm.com → Service → Download → Systems for mobile machines*
*) Download area with registration
7.2 Connect the device
►► Connect the CANwireless antenna to the device (only CR3131).
►► Provide the CAN bus with 120 Ω terminating resistors.
►► Connect the CAN/PC interface with the CAN adapter cable to the device and
connect it to the PC.
►► Apply the supply voltage.
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7.3 Wi-Fi interface
The use as Wi-Fi interface allows wireless transfer of CAN data to other Wi-Fi
capable devices such as PCs, smartphones or tablets on which CAN data can be
recorded and evaluated.
The device can be integrated in the existing network infrastructure (infrastructure
mode). In the mini access point mode the device can assume the function of
a Wi-Fi router and provide a wireless network for other Wi-Fi capable devices
in the infrastructure mode. The network parameters can then be provided by
CANwireless via DHCP server.
Data is exchanged bidirectionally as soon as the software has established a
connection to the device.
The ifm maintenance tool is used for the configuration via the CAN interface.
7.4 Wi-Fi configuration
The use as Wi-Fi bridge ensures wireless transfer of CAN data between two CAN
bus systems. In this case, two CANwireless devices replace the CAN cable.
To use two devices as Wi-Fi bridge, one device must be configured as slave and
one device as master. The device is configured as slave by the factory.
The ifm maintenance tool can be used for the configuration.
7.4.1 Wi-Fi mini access point mode
Configuration device 1 (master):
In the Wi-Fi bridge mode some of the data entered here is also required for
the configuration of device 2 (slave).
►► Deactivate Bluetooth under "Bluetooth settings".
►► Activate Wi-Fi under "WLAN settings".
►► Select "Mini AP" under "Operating mode".
►► Enter a network name under "SSID".
►► Select the Wi-Fi encryption under "Authentication type" which complies with the
required safety criteria and enter the respective data.
►► Select the required frequency, channel and data rate under "Access Point
Settings".
►► Select the DHCP mode "Server" under IP settings.
►► Enter the desired host name (may be identical with the SSID).
►► Activate "Socket Server".
►► Enter the requested port under "Port number".
►► Select the requested communication protocol under "Protocol".
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►► Deactivate "Automatic socket connection".
►► Transfer the configuration to device 1.
7.4.2 Wi-Fi infrastructure mode
Configuration device 2 (slave):
►► Deactivate Bluetooth under "Bluetooth settings".
►► Activate Wi-Fi under "WLAN settings".
►► Select the "Infrastructure" operating mode under "Operating mode".
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►► Enter the network name configured in device 1 under "SSID".
►► Select the Wi-Fi encryption configured in device 1 and enter the respective
data.
►► Select the DHCP mode "Client".
►► Enter the requested host name. (Must not be identical with the host name of
device 1.)
►► Deactivate "Socket Server".
►► Activate "Automatic socket connection".
►► Enter the IP address of device 1 under "Remote address"
(default value: 192.168.82.246).
►► Enter the data configured in device 1 under "Port number" and "Protocol".
►► Transfer the configuration to device 2.
The connection between a configured master and slave device is made
automatically after power-on. Data is exchanged bidirectionally as soon as the
connection between the two devices has been established.
7.5 Bluetooth interface
The use as Bluetooth interface allows wireless transfer of CAN data to other
Bluetooth capable devices such as PCs, smartphones or tablets on which CAN
data can be recorded and evaluated. Data is exchanged bidirectionally as soon as
the software has established a connection to the device.
The ifm maintenance tool is used for the configuration via the CAN interface.
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7.6 Bluetooth configuration
For a Bluetooth bridge the slave configuration should be made first. For the slave
configuration the Bluetooth MAC address and the pin code of the master device
are required.
Configuration device 1 (master):
►► Deactivate "Wi-Fi" under "WLAN settings".
►► Activate Bluetooth under "Bluetooth settings".
►► Enter a device name under "Device name".
►► Activate "Discoverable" and "Pairable".
►► Set the parameter "Security mode Bluetooth 2.1" under "Security settings" to
"Disable".
►► Activate "Allow Bluetooth 2.0 pairing".
►► Enter a four-digit code under "Pin code".
►► Deactivate "Automatic Bluetooth Connection".
►► Activate "SPP Server".
►► Transfer the configuration to device 1.
►► Take down the Bluetooth MAC address of the master device (can be found on
the housing).
Configuration device 2 (slave):
►► Deactivate "Wi-Fi" under "WLAN settings".
►► Activate Bluetooth under "Bluetooth settings".
►► Enter a device name under "Device name".
►► Activate "Discoverable" and "Pairable".
►► Set the parameter "Security mode Bluetooth 2.1" under "Security settings" to
"Disable".
►► Activate "Allow Bluetooth 2.0 pairing".
►► Enter the four-digit code configured in device 1 under "Pin code".
►► Activate "Automatic Bluetooth Connection".
►► Enter the Bluetooth MAC address of the master device under "Bluetooth MAC
address".
►► Deactivate "SPP Server".
►► Transfer the configuration to device 2.
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8 Technical data
Control systems
P_MZ_e100_0091
Original Scale Drawing (MTD)
8.1 CR3130
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CANwireless
with integrated antenna
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CR3130
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CAN Wi-Fi/Bluetooth
interface
Wi-Fi frequency bands
2�4 GHz and 5 GHz
8���32 V DC
LED
Technical data
Electrical data
Operating voltage UB
8���32 V DC
Current consumption
≤ 60 mA (at 24 V DC)
Status LED
EPS Source
Product Scale Drawing
Frame Size: 80 mm x 40,5 mm
1 x 2 colours (red / green)
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4,3
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75
M12x1
CAN interface
Profile
CAN interface 2�0 A/B, ISO 11898-2
Protocol
CANopen, CAN Layer 2, J1939
LED
CAN receive buffer
2048 messages
CAN to Wi-Fi buffer size
2048 messages
Wi-Fi
Frequency band
2�4 / 5 GHz
Protocol
IEEE 802�11 a/b/g/n, IEEE 802�11 d/e/i/h
Safety standard
WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK, WEP64, WEP128, LEAP, PEAP
Range
≤ 75 m
Functions
Wi-Fi bridge (infrastructure mode)
Wi-Fi interface (infrastructure mode or mini access point mode)
1600 CAN messages per second
Transmission rate 1)
Average latency time
2)
≤ 20 ms (Wi-Fi bridge)
Bluetooth
Standard
Bluetooth Classic (2�1 + EDR)
Profile
SPP (Serial Port Profile)
Range
≤ 75 m
Functions
Transmission rate 1)
Average latency time 2)
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Bluetooth bridge
Bluetooth interface
4000 CAN messages per second
≤ 20 ms (Bluetooth bridge)
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Control systems
CR3130
Technical data
Software
Device configuration
ifm maintenance tool or CODESYS with EDS file
Remark
For more information see www.ifm.com → CR3130
Mechanical data
Ambient temperature
-30���75 °C
Protection rating
IP 67
Housing material
polyamide (black)
Weight
0�060 kg
Test standards and regulations
CE
EN 60950-1
EN 301489-1 V1�9�2
EN 301489-17 V2�2�1
EN 61000-6-2
EN 61000-6-3
EN 300328 V1�9�1
EN 301893 V1�8�1
E1
UN/ECE-R10
FCC
FCC Part 15/47 CFR Conducted Limits
FCC Part 15/47 CFR Radiated Emission Limits
regarding Part 15 of the FCC rules (Class B digital devices)
Wiring
CAN / supply
M12 connector, 5 poles
2
1
3
4
2
1
3
4
5
RS-232
M12 connector, 5 poles
5
Remarks
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GND
UB
Not connected
CAN_H
CAN_L
Ground
Supply
Not connected
CAN interface (high)
CAN interface (low)
1
2
3
4
5
GND
Not connected
DSR
RxD
TxD
Ground
Not connected
Data Set Ready (boot)
RS-232 receive (input)
RS-232 transmit (output)
1)
2)
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2
3
4
5
for CAN messages and 1 MBit/s
for transmission of a single CAN message
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Control systems
P_MZ_e100_0090
Original Scale Drawing (MTD)
8.2 CR3131
CR3131
59
4,3
M12x1
8
CANwireless
for connection to an
external antenna
33,5
23,5
59
75
CAN Wi-Fi/Bluetooth
interface
Wi-Fi frequency bands
2�4 GHz and 5 GHz
UK
8���32 V DC
1: RP-SMA socket
1
LED
Technical data
Electrical data
8���32 V DC
Operating voltage UB
Current consumption
≤ 60 mA (at 24 V DC)
Status LED
EPS Source
Product Scale Drawing
Frame Size: 80 mm x 40,5 mm
1 x 2 colours (red / green)
33,5
23,5
8
59
4,3
59
75
M12x1
CAN interface
Profile
CAN interface 2�0 A/B, ISO 11898
Protocol
CANopen, CAN Layer 2, J1939
1
LED
CAN receive buffer
2048 messages
CAN to Wi-Fi buffer size
2048 messages
Wi-Fi
Frequency band
2�4 / 5 GHz
Protocol
IEEE 802�11 a/b/g/n, IEEE 802�11 d/e/i/h
Safety standard
Range
WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK, WEP64, WEP128, LEAP, PEAP
≤ 200 m
1)
Functions
Wi-Fi bridge (infrastructure mode)
Wi-Fi interface (infrastructure mode or mini access point mode)
Transmission rate 2)
Average latency time
1600 CAN messages per second
3)
≤ 20 ms (Wi-Fi bridge)
Bluetooth
Standard
Bluetooth Classic (2�1 + EDR)
Profile
SPP (serial port profile)
≤ 100 m
Range 1)
Functions
Bluetooth bridge
Bluetooth interface
4000 CAN messages per second
Transmission rate 2)
Average latency time
3)
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≤ 20 ms (Bluetooth bridge)
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Control systems
CR3131
Technical data
Software
Device configuration
ifm maintenance tool or CODESYS with EDS file
Remark
For more information see www.ifm.com → CR3131
Mechanical data
Ambient temperature
-30���75 °C
Protection rating
IP 65
Housing material
polyamide (black)
Weight
0�065 kg
Test standards and regulations
CE
EN 60950-1
EN 301489-1 V1�9�2
EN 301489-17 V2�2�1
EN 61000-6-2
EN 61000-6-3
EN 300328 V1�9�1
EN 301893 V1�8�1
E1
UN/ECE-R10
FCC
FCC Part 15/47 CFR Conducted Limits
FCC Part 15/47 CFR Radiated Emission Limits
regarding Part 15 of the FCC rules (Class B digital devices)
Wiring
CAN / supply
M12 connector, 5 poles
2
1
3
4
2
1
3
4
5
RS-232
M12 connector, 5 poles
5
Wi-Fi antenna
RP-SMA socket 1)
Remarks
1)
1
2
3
4
5
GND
UB
Not connected
CAN_H
CAN_L
Ground
Supply
Not connected
CAN interface (high)
CAN interface (low)
1
2
3
4
5
GND
Not connected
DSR
RxD
TxD
Ground
Not connected
Data Set Ready (boot)
RS-232 receive (input)
RS-232 transmit (output)
1
2
Signal
GND
Wi-Fi / Bluetooth
Ground
with / for antenna article no� EC2118
2)
3)
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for CAN messages and 1 MBit/s
for transmission of a single CAN message
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9 Maintenance, repair and disposal
9.1 Servicing
The device does not contain any components that need to be maintained by the
user.
9.2 Cleaning the housing surface
►► Clean the device from dirt using a soft, chemically untreated and dry cloth.
►► In case of heavy dirt, use a damp cloth.
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9.3 Repair
►► The device must only be repaired by the manufacturer.
Observe the safety instructions (→ 2).
9.4 Disposal
►► Dispose of the device in accordance with the national environmental
regulations.
10 Approvals/standards
Test standards and regulations
The EC declaration of conformity and approvals can be found at:
www.ifm.com → Data sheet search → Article number → More information
11 Appendix
11.1 Wi-Fi encryption
(→ 8 Technical data)
Name
Authentication
Data protection
none
no
no
WEP64
yes
to WEP64
WEP128
yes
to WEP128
WPA/WPA2 mixed mode
yes
to WPA or WPA2
PEAP
yes
via RADIUS server
11.2 Wi-Fi frequencies and channels
The radio module of the device has an automatic domain recognition and supports
the following regulatory domains: WORLD, ETSI, FCC.
If neither ETSI nor FCC are recognised, the radio module uses WORLD as a
standard.
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Name
Band
TX channel
WORLD
2.4 GHz
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
U-NII-1
36, 40, 44, 48
U-NII-2
52, 56, 60, 64
U-NII-2e
100, 104, 108, 112, 116, 132, 136, 140
U-NII-3
-
2.4 GHz
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13
U-NII-1
36, 40, 44, 48
U-NII-2
52, 56, 60, 64
U-NII-2e
100, 104, 108, 112, 116, 120, 124, 128, 132, 136, 140
U-NII-3
149, 153, 157, 161, 165
2.4 GHz
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
U-NII-1
36, 40, 44, 48
U-NII-2
52, 56, 60, 64
U-NII-2e
100, 104, 108, 112, 116, 132, 136, 140
U-NII-3
149, 153, 157, 161, 165
ETSI
FCC
If the Wi-Fi network uses a channel that is not present in the recognised
domain, communication may not function.
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11.3 Object directory
Index
S-Idx
Designation
Type
Default
Description
0x1000
0
Device Type
UInt32
ro
0
Default value: 00000000 =
Device that does not follow a
standardised CANopen device
profile. This parameter is read
only.
0x1001
0
Error register
UInt32
ro
0
0x1008
0
Device Name
String
rw
“CANwireless”
0x1009
0
Hardware
String
version as string
ro
-
0x1009
1
Hardware
version as u16
Uint16
ro
-
0x100A
0
Software version String
as string
ro
-
0x100A
1
Software version Uint16
as u16
ro
-
0x1011
1
Restore
all Default
Parameters
UInt32
wo
0
Restore all parameters to default
after next device reset. Write
‚load‘ to this entry.
0x1011
2
Restore
UInt32
Communication
Default
Parameters
wo
0
Restore the communication
parameters to default after next
device reset. Write ‚load‘ to this
entry.
0x1011
19
Restore CAN
EEP Filter,
Masks and
Inhibit-Time
UInt32
wo
0
Restore the CAN receiver settings
to default after next device reset.
Write ‚load‘ to this entry.
0x1018
1
Vendor ID
UInt32
rw
0x524D
The vendor id value
0x1018
4
Serial Number
UInt32
rw
-
The product serial number
0x1018
6
Date of
Manufacture
UInt32
rw
-
Time in UNIX u32 format
0x1201
1
COB-ID Client>Server (rx)
UInt32
rw
0x600
Rx COB Server 1
0x1201
2
COB-ID Server- UInt32
>Client (tx)
rw
0x580
Tx COB Server 1
0x1202
1
COB-ID Client>Server (rx)
UInt32
rw
0x600
Rx COB Server 2
0x1202
2
COB-ID Server- UInt32
>Client (tx)
rw
0x580
Tx COB Server 2
CANwireless
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0x20F4
0
Disable
CANopen
Objects
UInt8
rw
0
0: Keep CANOpen Stack active
while connected
1: Keep CANOpen Stack not
active while connected
0x3000
0
Configuration
Mutex
UInt8
rw
0
NOT NEEDED FOR
CUSTOMERS
0x3000
1
Operating Mode UInt8
rw
1
1:Infrastructure
0x3000
2
SSID
rw
“CANwireless_
xxxxxxx”
Network SSID
0
0: None
0x3000
4
Authentication
Type
String
UInt8
rw
Default: CANwireless_xxxxxxx,
where xxxxxxx = serial number
3: WEP64
4: WEP128
7: WPA/WPA2 Mixed
8: LEAP
9: PEAP
0x3000
5
Authentication
Key
String
rw
-
WPA/WPA2 Key or WEP Key
0x3000
6
User Name
String
rw
-
User Name for PEAP
0x3000
7
Domain Name
String
rw
-
Domain Name for PEAP
0x3000
8
Password
String
rw
-
Password for PEAP
0x3000
9
DHCP Mode
UInt8
rw
1
0: Disabled
1: DHCP Client
0x3000
A
IP Address
String
rw
192.168.82.246
Static IP Address
0x3000
B
Network Mask
String
rw
255.255.255.0
Static Network Mask
0x3000
C
Gateway
Address
String
rw
192.168.82.1
Static Gateway Address
0x3000
D
Primary DNS
Server
String
rw
192.168.0.1
Static Primary DNS Address
0x3000
E
Secondary DNS String
Server
rw
192.168.0.2
Static Secondary DNS Address
0x3000
0xF
Access Point
Channel
UInt32
rw
0
How is the channel formatted?
0x3000
0x10
802.11b Data
rates
UInt16
rw
0
Bit 0 = 1 Mbit/s
Bit 1 = 2 Mbit/s
Bit 2 = 5.5 Mbit/s
Bit 3 = 11 Mbit/s
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0x3000
0x11
802.11ag Data
rates
UInt16
rw
0
Bit 0 = 6 Mbit/s
Bit 1 = 9 Mbit/s
Bit 2 = 12 Mbit/s
Bit 3 = 18 Mbit/s
Bit 4 = 24 Mbit/s
Bit 5 = 36 Mbit/s
Bit 6 = 48 Mbit/s
Bit 7 = 54 Mbit/s
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0x3001
1
Current SSID
String
ro
0
Current SSID Used (WLAN)
0x3001
2
Current BSSID
String
ro
0
Current BSSID Used (WLAN)
0x3001
3
Current RSSI
Int32
ro
0
Current RSSI [in dbm] (WLAN)
0x3001
4
Current Channel UInt32
ro
0
Current Channel Used (WLAN)
0x3001
5
Current IP String
ro
0
Current IP Used (WLAN)
0x3001
6
Current Network String
Mask ro
0
Current Network Mask Used
(WLAN)
0x3001
7
Current
Gateway
Address String
ro
0
Current Gateway Address (WLAN)
0x3001
8
Current Primary String
DNS Server
ro
0
Current Primary DNS Server
(WLAN)
0x3001
9
Current
String
Secondary DNS
Server
ro
0
Current Secondary DNS Server
(WLAN)
0x3001
A
WLAN/Bluetooth UInt16
Error Code
ro
0
Error Code
0x3001
B
WLAN/Bluetooth UInt8
State ro
0
1: Ini
2: Pre-Operational
3: WLAN/Bluetooth connected
4: Server/Client connected (TCP/
UDP connection)
5: Save Bluetooth Pairing State
Active
0xFF: Fatal Error
0x3002
1
Discoverable
UInt8
rw
1
0: Disabled
1: Enabled
0x3002
2
Pairable
UInt8
rw
1
0: Disabled
1: Enabled
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0x3002
0x3002
3
4
Security Mode
Bluetooth 2.1
UInt8
Allow Pairing
Bluetooth 2.0
UInt8
rw
1
1: Disabled
2: Just Works
rw
1
0: Disabled
1: Enabled
0x3002
5
Devicename
String
rw
“CANwireless_
xxxxxxx”
Bluetooth Device Name
0x3002
6
PinCode
Bluetooth 2.0 String
rw
0
Pin Code for Pairing with
Bluetooth 2.0 Devices
0x3003
1
Socket Server
Enable/WLAN
UInt8
rw
1
0: Disabled
UInt16
0x3003
2
Socket Listen
Port Number/
WLAN
0x3003
3
0x3003
4
1: Enabled
rw
30000
Socket Server Listen Port Number
Socket Listen
UInt8
Protocol/WLAN
rw
0
0: TCP
SPP Server
UInt8
enable/Bluetooth
rw
1: UDP
1
0: Disabled
1: Enabled
0x3003
5
SPP
ServiceName/
Bluetooth
String
rw
0
Service Name for SPP
0x3004
0
Socket Auto
UInt8
Connect Enable/
WLAN
rw
0
0: Disabled
1: Enabled
0x3004
1
Socket Auto
String
Connect
Address/WLAN
rw
0
e.g. IP of Peer
0x3004
2
Socket Auto
Connect Port
Number/WLAN
rw
30000
Port Number of Peer
0x3004
3
Socket Auto
UInt8
Connect
Protocol/WLAN
rw
0
0: TCP
SPP Auto
UInt8
Connect Enable/
Bluetooth
rw
SPP Auto
Connect MAC/
Bluetooth rw
0x3004
0x3004
26
5
6
UInt16
String
1: UDP
0
0: Disabled
1: Enabled
0
Bluetooth MAC Address of Peer
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0x3005
1
Host Name/
WLAN
String
rw
0
Friendly Name of Device in
Network
0x3006
1
Bluetooth Scan
(Inquiry)
UInt8
rw
0
0: Default
0x3006
2
2: Bluetooth Scan
Save Bluetooth UInt8
Pairing
Command (only
for Security
Mode Just
works)
0x3006
4
Bluetooth Scan
Result (Inquiry)
0x3006
5
WLAN/Bluetooth UInt8
Connection
Control
Command
rw
0
0: Default
1: Start Save Pairing Mode (60s)
Raw Data ro
rw
0
Struct with Data(MAC[0]: 13
Bytes; RSSI[0]: 11 Bytes; Class
of Device[0]: 8 Bytes; Device
Name[0]: 32 Bytes; MAC[1] …)
0
0: Default
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1: Disconnect WLAN/Bluetooth
Connections
2: Connect WLAN and Bluetooth
to Nonvolatile Address
3: Connect WLAN to Nonvolatile
Address, Connect Bluetooth to
Volatile Address
4: Connect WLAN to Volatile
Address, Connect Bluetooth to
Nonvolatile Address
5: Connect WLAN to Volatile
Address, Connect Bluetooth to
Volatile Address
Setting command is triggered as
soon as value is not 0, will always
read back 0
0x3006
8
Socket Auto
String
Connect URL/
WLAN (Dynamic
Connect,
Volatile)
rw
0
e.g. IP for Dynamic Connect to
Volatile Address
0x3006
9
Socket Auto
UInt16
Connect Port/
WLAN (Dynamic
Connect,
Volatile)
rw
0
e.g. Port for Dynamic Connect to
Volatile Address
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0x3006
A
Socket Auto
UInt8
Connect
Protocol/WLAN
(Dynamic
Connect,
Volatile)
rw
0
0: TCP
1: UDP
0x3006
B
SPP Auto
Connect MAC/
Bluetooth
(Dynamic
Connect,
Volatile)
String
rw
0
Bluetooth MAC for Dynamic
Connect to Volatile Address
0x3006
C
Scan Bluetooth
Ready Flag
UInt8
ro
0
0: not ready/not started
Save Pairing
Ready Flag
UInt8
0x3006
D
1: ready
ro
0
0: not ready/not started
1: ready
0x3007
1
Bluetooth
MAC Address
(Bluetooth
Address)
String
ro
0
Own Bluetooth Address
0x3007
2
WLAN MAC
Address
String
ro
0
Own WLAN MAC Address
0x3007
3
Firmware
Version Radio
Module String
ro
0
Firmware Version of Radio
Module, e.g. 1.0.0.5
0x3008
1
Request WLAN/ UInt8
Bluetooth Info
Enable
rw
0
0: Disabled
WLAN Enable
rw
0x3008
2
UInt8
1: Enabled
1
0: Disabled
1: Enabled
0x3008
3
Blueooth Enable UInt8
rw
1
0: Disabled
1: Enabled
0x3333
2
Clamp 30
UInt8
ro
0
Voltage of the power supply
measured in V.
This parameter is read-only.
0x3333
28
3
CANopen NMT
state
UInt8
ro
0
0: Initialization
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0x3333
D
CAN1 on (Bit 0: UInt8
CAN1 on Bit 1:
Echo1 on)
ro
0
[VOLATILE]
Bit 0: CAN1 on à Enable
transmission of CAN messages
over the air
Bit 1: Echo1 on à CAN messages
which are sent to CAN via the air,
will be send back to transmitter as
feedback
0x3333
18
CAN Overflow
UInt8
ro
0
CAN receive buffer overflow
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Value = 0 - No error
Value > 0 - CAN buffer overflow
error occurred
The Parameter is read-only.
0x3333
23
CAN1 Mode
UInt8
ro
0
0: Normal
1: Error
2: Bus off
3: Silent
0x4000
18
CAN Message
Output
UInt8
rw
0
[NON-VOLATILE]
Bit 0: CAN1 on à Enable
transmission of CAN messages
over the air
Bit 1: Echo1 on à CAN messages
which are sent to CAN via the air,
will be send back to transmitter as
feedback
0x4000
19
Timestamp
Mode
UInt8
rw
0
Bit0: (1=Timest. on 0=Timest. off)
Bit1: (0=Abs 1=Rel)
Bit4: (1=Error and Echo Feedback
Timestamp on 0 = off)
0x4000
1A
WLAN/Bluetooth UInt16
Messages
checked per
Loop
rw
32
Wireless Bytes Checked per
Mainloop
0x4000
1B
CAN Messages UInt16
checked per
Loop
rw
32
Maximum number of CAN
messages read and processed
from the receive buffer per one
CAN message handling function
call.
0x4000
1C
SDO Server
Timeout
UInt16
rw
2000
SDO server Timeout in ms
0x4000
22
Operation-Hour UInt32
Counter rw
0
Operation-Hour Counter with
resolution of 1 minute.
0x4050
3
Node Id CAN 1
rw
33
CANOpen Node ID. A CANopen
Slave is able to have a Node ID
between 1 .. 127.
UInt8
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0x4051
3
CAN 1 Baudrate UInt8
rw
3
Available Baud Rates on CAN
interface:
- 0: 1 Mbits
- 1: 800 kbits
- 2: 500 kbits
- 3: 250 kbits
- 4: 125 kbits
- 5: 100 kbits
- 6:
50 kbits
- 7:
20 kbits
- 8:
10 kbits
- 9:
83.333 kbits
- 10: Customer specific Baud
Rate
0x4052
3
CAN 1 Baudrate UInt32
SFR
rw
0
User Defined Baudrate as
Register Value (Proemion
Support)
0x4053
3
CAN 1 Producer UInt16
Heartbeat Time
rw
0
Time in ms for the CANopen
Heartbeat Object, active on CAN
1.
Value = 0: No Producer
Heartbeat active.
0x4054
3
CAN1 Behaviour UInt32
rw
0
Bit0: NMT Bootup active? (0: No
Bootup message, 1: Send Bootup
message)
Bit1: reserved
Bit2: CAN Analyzer Mode (0:
CAN-active, 1: CAN-passive)
0x4055
1
Version
UInt8
ro
0
0x4055
3
CAN NMT
startup
UInt32
rw
0
Available NMT Startup Modes
- 0: Enter Operational
automatically
- 2: Enter Operational
automatically and send
NMT Start to all Nodes
0x500A
0
Bootloader
Firmware
Version as
String
String
ro
0x500A
1
Bootloader
Version as u16
UInt16
ro
30
Reserved
0
Reserved
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0x5020
1
CAN Receive
Object ID
(EEPROM)
UInt32
rw
80000000
CAN receive object ID
(EEPROM).
This value is used to set the RAM
receive ID automatically after a
device reset.
Combined with the value of the
corresponding mask register
it is possible to specify which
CAN message identifiers will be
received during „Realtime mode“
is active.
The bits of this variable have the
following function:
Bit 31 = 0: Receive object will be
receiving data (is active)
Bit 31 = 1: Receive object is
deactivated
Bit 30:
not used, set to 0
Bit 29 = 0: 11-bit CAN-ID type
Bit 29 = 1: 29-bit CAN-ID type
Bits 0 to 28: CAN identifier
0x5021
1
CAN Receive
UInt32
Object ID (RAM)
rw
80000000
CAN receive object ID (RAM).
Combined with the value of the
corresponding mask register
it is possible to specify which
CAN message identifiers
will be received while „CAN
Communication“ is active.
This value may be changed
dynamically during operation.
The bits of this variable have the
following function:
Bit 31 = 0: Receive object will be
receiving data (is active)
Bit 31 = 1: Receive object is
deactivated
Bit 30:
not used, set to 0
Bit 29 = 0: 11-bit CAN-ID type
Bit 29 = 1: 29-bit CAN-ID type
Bits 0 to 28: CAN identifier
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0x5022
1
CAN Receive
Object Mask
(EEPROM)
UInt32
rw
0
CAN receive object mask
(EEPROM).
This value is used to set the RAM
mask automatically after a device
reset. Combined with the value of
the corresponding receive object
ID it is possible to specify which
CAN message identifiers will be
received during „Realtime mode“
is active.
The bits of this variable have the
following function:
Bits 0 to 28: Mask value
Bits 29 to 31= unused, set to 0
Bit set to 0: don‘t care mode
Bit set to 1: the corresponding
bit in the received identifier has
to match to the setting of the filter
register bit
0x5023
1
CAN Receive
Object Mask
(RAM)
UInt32
rw
0
CAN receive object mask (RAM).
Combined with the value of the
corresponding receive object
ID it is possible to specify which
CAN message identifiers will
be received during „Realtime
mode“ is active. This value may
be changed dynamically during
operation.
The bits of this variable have the
following function:
Bits 0 to 28: Mask value
Bits 29 to 31= unused, set to 0
Bit set to 0: don‘t care mode
Bit set to 1: the corresponding
bit in the received identifier has
to match to the setting of the filter
register bit
0x5024
32
1
CAN Receive
UInt16
Object Downsampling
Time (EEPROM)
rw
0
These are the preset values at the
device after reset and loaded into
the RAM. Please refer to the CAN
Receive Object - Downsampling
time (RAM)
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0x5025
1
CAN Receive
Object Downsampling
time (RAM)
UInt16
rw
0
CAN receive object downsampling time in ms (RAM).
This time period must elapse
before another CAN message
matching the corresponding
object filter (ID and mask) will be
received.
If this value is set to 0, every
message matching the filter will
be received.
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This value may be changed
dynamically during operation.
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