INpact Slave PCIe
Profibus/PROFINET IRT Fiber Optic/CC-Link/DeviceNet
USER MANUAL
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Important User Information
Liability
Every care has been taken in the preparation of this document. Please inform HMS Industrial Networks of any inaccuracies or omissions. The data and illustrations found in this document are not binding. We, HMS Industrial Networks, reserve the right to modify our products in line with our policy of continuous product development. The
information in this document is subject to change without notice and should not be considered as a commitment by
HMS Industrial Networks. HMS Industrial Networks assumes no responsibility for any errors that may appear in this
document.
There are many applications of this product. Those responsible for the use of this device must ensure that all the
necessary steps have been taken to verify that the applications meet all performance and safety requirements including any applicable laws, regulations, codes, and standards.
HMS Industrial Networks will under no circumstances assume liability or responsibility for any problems that may
arise as a result from the use of undocumented features, timing, or functional side effects found outside the documented scope of this product. The effects caused by any direct or indirect use of such aspects of the product are
undefined, and may include e.g. compatibility issues and stability issues.
The examples and illustrations in this document are included solely for illustrative purposes. Because of the many
variables and requirements associated with any particular implementation, HMS Industrial Networks cannot assume responsibility for actual use based on these examples and illustrations.
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HMS Industrial Networks has intellectual property rights relating to technology embodied in the product described
in this document. These intellectual property rights may include patents and pending patent applications in the USA
and other countries.
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Table of Contents
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2
Page
User Guide ........................................................................................................................ 3
1.1
Target Audience.............................................................................................................3
1.2
Related Documents .......................................................................................................3
1.3
Document History ..........................................................................................................3
1.4
Trademark Information ...................................................................................................3
1.5
Conventions ..................................................................................................................4
Safety Instructions.......................................................................................................... 5
2.1
Information on EMC .......................................................................................................5
2.2
General Safety Notes .....................................................................................................5
2.3
Intended Use .................................................................................................................5
3
Scope of Delivery ............................................................................................................ 5
4
Product Description ....................................................................................................... 6
5
Installation ........................................................................................................................ 6
6
7
8
9
5.1
Installing the Software ....................................................................................................6
5.2
Installing the Hardware...................................................................................................7
Updating the Protocol-Specific Firmware ................................................................ 8
6.1
Updating via Transport Provider ......................................................................................8
6.2
Updating via Ethernet Connection ...................................................................................9
Operation......................................................................................................................... 10
7.1
Overview.....................................................................................................................10
7.2
Boot Up Sequence ....................................................................................................... 11
Variants............................................................................................................................ 12
8.1
PROFINET..................................................................................................................12
8.2
Profibus ......................................................................................................................14
8.3
CC-Link.......................................................................................................................16
8.4
DeviceNet ...................................................................................................................18
Technical Specification ............................................................................................... 20
9.1
Technical Data .............................................................................................................20
9.2
Ordering Information ....................................................................................................20
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10 Support/Return Hardware ........................................................................................... 21
10.1
Support .......................................................................................................................21
10.2
Return Hardware .........................................................................................................21
11 Disposal........................................................................................................................... 21
A Regulatory Compliance............................................................................................... 23
A.1
EMC Compliance (CE) .................................................................................................23
A.2
FCC Compliance Statement .........................................................................................23
B Measurements ............................................................................................................... 24
B.1
PROFINET IRT Fiber Optic Bus Coupling Unit ...............................................................24
B.2
Profibus Bus Coupling Unit ...........................................................................................25
B.3
CC-Link Bus Coupling Unit ...........................................................................................26
B.4
DeviceNet Bus Coupling Unit ........................................................................................27
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User Guide
Please read the manual carefully. Make sure you fully understand the manual before using the
product.
1.1
Target Audience
This manual addresses trained personnel. Trained personnel are all persons who are familiar
with the installation and use. Only ESD trained staff is authorized to install the interface. The
contents of the manual must be made available to any person authorized to use or operate the
product.
1.2
1.3
1.4
Related Documents
Document
Installation Guide VCI Driver
Anybus CompactCom 40 Software Design Guide (see www.anybus.com)
Author
HMS
HMS
Anybus CompactCom 40 Network Guides (see www.anybus.com)
HMS
INpact Slave Getting Started
HMS
Document History
Version
Date
Description
1.0
September 2016
First release
1.1
September 2016
Integration of measurements, adjustment of FCC Compliance Statement
1.2
December 2016
Adjustment of Technical Specifications
1.3
July 2017
Structural changes, added version CC-Link and DeviceNet
1.4
September 2017
Minor corrections firmware update, technical data and boot up sequence
1.5
March 2018
Added M.2 version
Trademark Information
IXXAT® is a registered trademark of HMS Industrial Networks. All other trademarks mentioned
in this document are the property of their respective holders.
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Conventions
Instructions and results are structured as follows:
►
instruction 1
►
instruction 2
➨
result 1
➨
result 2
Lists are structured as follows:
•
item 1
•
item 2
Bold typeface indicates interactive parts such as connectors and switches on the hardware, or
menus and buttons in a graphical user interface.
This font is used to indicate program code and other
kinds of data input/output such as configuration scripts.
This is a cross-reference within this document: Conventions, p. 4
This is an external link (URL): www.hms-networks.com
Safety advice is structured as follows:
Cause of the hazard!
Consequences of not taking remediate action.
How to avoid the hazard.
Safety signs and signalwords are used dependent on the level of the hazard.
This is additional information which may facilitate installation and/or operation.
This instruction must be followed to avoid a risk of reduced functionality and/or
damage to the equipment, or to avoid a network security risk.
Caution
This instruction must be followed to avoid a risk of personal injury.
WARNING
This instruction must be followed to avoid a risk of death or serious injury.
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Safety Instructions
2.1
Information on EMC
Risk of interference to radio and television if used in office or home environment!
Use exclusively included accessories.
Make sure shield of interface is connected with device plug and plug on other side.
Use exclusively shielded cables.
2.2
2.3
General Safety Notes
►
Protect product from moisture and humidity.
►
Protect product from too high or too low temperature (see Technical Data, p. 20).
►
Protect product from fire.
►
Do not throw, drop or try to bend the product.
►
Do not paint the product.
►
Do not modify or disassemble the product. Service must be carried out by HMS Industrial
Networks.
►
Do not use modified products.
►
Store products in dry and dust-free place.
Intended Use
The interfaces are used to connect computer systems to industrial Ethernet or fieldbus networks. They are intended for the installation in computer systems with closed housings.
3
Scope of Delivery
Included in the scope of delivery of standard variant:
•
INpact interface (Mini and M.2 version with bus coupling unit and connection cable)
•
CD with VCI driver and example application
•
Installation Guide VCI Driver
•
User Manual INpact Slave PCIe
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Product Description
The IXXAT INpact Slave PCIe industrial communication interface is designed to fulfill the high
requirements of real time industrial protocols and supports the most used real time industrial
protocols:
•
PROFINET IRT Fiber Optic
•
Profibus
•
DeviceNet
•
CC-Link
For further information about the individual protocol variants see specific protocol features in
Variants, p. 12.
5
Installation
5.1
Installing the Software
For the operation of the interface a driver is needed.
Windows
►
Install the VCI driver (see Installation Guide VCI Driver).
Linux and Real-Time Operating Systems
►
Observe information about supported operating systems and interfaces on www.ixxat.com.
►
For information about the installation in Linux see INpact Slave Getting Started.
►
When downloading a driver from www.ixxat.com, observe the ReadMe file of the downloaded driver package.
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Installing the Hardware
Risk of ESD damages caused by improper handling!
Use ESD protective measures to avoid equipment damage.
M.2 version is available for Profibus, DeviceNet and CC-Link.
4
1
3
2
1
Fig. 1
Interface variants (Profibus example)
1
2
PCIe connector
Bus coupling unit, cable connector
3
INpact mini PCIe interface/M.2 interface, cable connector
4
Connection cable
►
Make sure that the driver is installed.
►
Turn off the computer.
►
Pull the power cord.
►
Open the computer case according to instructions of the computer manufacturer.
If PCIe Mini or M.2 is used:
►
Install the bus coupling unit (2).
►
Connect the interface (3) and the bus coupling unit with the connection cable (4).
►
Determine the corresponding slot.
►
Plug the connector (1) in the corresponding slot, without using force.
►
Make sure that the interface is securely held in the computer.
►
Close the computer case.
►
Hardware installation is complete.
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Updating the Protocol-Specific Firmware
6.1
Updating via Transport Provider
Updating the firmware via Transport Provider is only possible with Windows. Via
the Transport Provider only one device can be updated at a time.
VCI driver software is constantly improved and expanded! Check if a newer version is available
within support area on www.ixxat.com.
For update of Profibus, CC-Link and DeviceNet firmware with Linux, contact IXXAT technical
support for information about the update via the application.
►
Make sure, that the INpact interface is installed in a Windows computer.
►
Make sure, that the latest version of the VCI driver V4 is installed.
►
Check FPGA version and interface firmware version in the Windows Device Manager in
the tab Hardware Info in the following drop down menus:
CARD Info
FPGA ≥ 00.01.03.05
firmware (running)
Version ≥ 00.03.07.00
►
If the FPGA version or interface firmware version is older, contact IXXAT support.
►
From www.anybus.com download and install the following programs:
–
Anybus Transport Provider
–
Anybus Firmware Manager II
►
In the Anybus Firmware Manager toolbar open Manual Update Wizard.
►
Select Anybus CompactCom 40 and click Next
►
Select Transport Provider and click Next.
►
In window Transport Provider click Create.
►
Select INpact and name the path.
➨
►
Window to select the INpact interface is opened.
Select the INpact interface to be updated and click OK.
➨
INpact interface is created and available.
►
Select the INpact interface to be updated.
►
Select the desired protocol and firmware and click Update.
►
➨
Firmware is downloaded to the interface.
➨
LED MS is flashing red and green.
When the download is finished click Close.
If the download is interrupted, the download is corrupted! Use the INpact Recovery
Helper to restart.
►
If the download is corrupted, run the INpact Recovery Helper in the VCI installation folder.
►
Restart the download of firmware.
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Updating via Ethernet Connection
Via Ethernet connection several interfaces can be updated at the same time. Via Ethernet connection updating of firmware for Linux and other real-time operating systems is possible.
Fig. 2
Updating the firmware
System conditions
1
Windows computer with HMS firmware manager and ETH protocol files
2
Target systems with installed driver and installed INpact interface with a running application (e.g. example
application described in the IXXAT Software Design Guide INpact Slave Getting Started).
The step-by-step video Firmware Manager for Anybus CompactCom shows a configuration on
Anybus CompactCom hardware. The steps for the INpact interface are the same.
►
Download the Anybus Firmware Manager II for Anybus CompactCom from
www.anybus.com to a windows computer (1).
►
Connect all interfaces to be updated via Ethernet.
►
Make sure, that an application is running on the INpact interfaces to be updated.
►
Make sure via IPconfig, that INpact interface and network interface (1) are located in the
same IP address domain (IP and subnet).
►
Observe the step-by-step video Firmware Manager for Anybus CompactCom on
www.anybus.com.
►
Observe, that the displayed process in the Firmware Manager only shows the state of the
download to the internal memory of the interface.
►
When the protocol is downloaded to internal memory, restart the application or the
computer.
►
After the restart wait until the protocol is downloaded to the INpact interface. This can take
up to two minutes. Do not interrupt the download.
➨
LED MS is flashing red and green when the download is finished.
If the download is interrupted, the download is corrupted! Use the INpact Recovery
Helper to restart.
►
If the download is corrupted, run the INpact Recovery Helper in the VCI installation folder.
►
Observe, that the INpact Recovery Helper can only be run on the Windows computer with
installed VCI driver.
►
Restart the download of the protocol firmware.
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Operation
Risk of damage caused by turning off computer during firmware update!
Do not turn off the computer when LED MS is flashing red and green.
7.1
Overview
7.1.1
Standard Profile
L2
A2
MS
U1
Fig. 3
7.1.2
L1
A1
NS
U2
LED array standard variants
Front Panel
LED
U1
LED U1
Description
Indicates state of boot up sequence (see Boot Up Sequence, p. 11).
U2
MS
LED U2
LED MS (Module
Status)
–
NS
LED NS (Network
Status)
Indicates current network status (protocol specific).
A1/A2
Activity LED
Indicates connection and communication status (only with
PROFINET)
L1/L2
No function
–
Indicates current module and interface status (protocol specific).
Bus Coupling Unit for Mini Interface and M.2 Interface
L2
A2
MS
U
Fig. 4
L1
A1
NS
P
NS
MS
U
P
LED array PROFINET and Profibus version
Front Panel
LED
Description
P
Power LED
Indicates if power is on or off.
U
LED U1
Indicates state of boot up sequence (see Boot Up Sequence, p. 11).
NS
LED NS (Network
Status)
Indicates current network status (protocol specific).
MS
LED MS (Module
Status)
Indicates current module and interface status (protocol specific).
A1/A2
Link/Activity LED
Indicates connection and communication status (only with
PROFINET)
L1/L2
No function
–
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Boot Up Sequence
In all protocols LED U1 shows the current boot up state and the state of the firmware start.
Boot Up State after Start or Restart of Computer
LED U1
Description
Red flashing
Interface in boot manager, information about hardware can be read with the
device manager, ready to start the application
Red
Error in boot up sequence, hardware issues. Contact HMS support.
Firmware state after Start of the Application
LED U1
Description
Green flashing
Application firmware active
Green
High prior task uses CPU time or firmware crashed. Contact HMS support.
Red
Issues with initializing the hardware. Contact HMS support.
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Variants
8.1
PROFINET
1
Fig. 5
8.1.1
2
6
5
3
4
SC-RJ ports and LEDs PROFINET FO
1
Port 2
2
Port 1
3
LED MS
4
LED NS
5
LED A1 (Link/Activity port 1)
6
LED A2 (Link/Activity port 2)
Features
The PROFINET slave interface supports the following functions:
•
event-based interface method enables easy access to input and output data at any time
•
pre-certified for full interoperability and network compliance
•
two SC-RJ ports
•
up to 128 submodules in total
•
up to 32767 ADIs
•
100 Mbit, full duplex
•
generic and PROFINET specific diagnostic support
•
complies with PROFINET IO conformance class C
•
up to 1440 bytes I/O data in each direction with very low latency, status bytes included
•
SNMP agent
•
FTP server
•
e-mail client
•
Server Side Include (SSI) functionality
•
JSON functionality
•
customizable identity information
•
GSD file template provided by HMS Industrial Networks
•
Media Redundancy Protocol (MRP)
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Operation (LEDs)
LED NS
LED state
Description
Comments
Off
Green
Offline
Online (run)
Green single flash
Online (stop)
Green flashing
Blink
Red
Fatal event
No connection with IO controller
Connection with IO controller established, IO controller in RUN state
Connection with IO controller established: IO controller in STOP state, IO data bad, IRT synchronisation
not finished
Used by engineering tools to identify node on
network
Major internal error (combined with red LED NS)
Red single flash
Station name error
Station name not set
Red double flash
Red triple flash
IP address error
Configuration error
IP address not set
Expected information differs from real identification
LED state
Description
Comments
Off
Not initialized
Interface in SETUP or NW_INIT state
Green
Operational
Interface in OPERATIONAL state
Green single flash
Diagnostic events
Diagnostic events present
Red
EXCEPTION error
Interface in EXCEPTION state
Internal error
Flashing red and green
If LED NS also red: fatal
error
Firmware update
LED MS
►
To avoid permanent damage, do not turn off the
interface.
If LED NS and LED MS are red contact HMS Industrial Networks technical support.
Link/Activity LED
LED state
Description
Comments
Off
No connection
No connection, no communication present
Green
Connection
Connection established, no communication present
Green flashing
Activity
Connection established, communication present
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Profibus
1
Fig. 6
2
Sub-D9 Port and LEDs Profibus
1
LED MS
2
LED NS
For LED allocation of Mini and M.2 version see Bus Coupling Unit for Mini Interface and M.2 Interface, p. 10.
8.2.1
Features
The Profibus slave interface supports the following functions:
8.2.2
•
Profibus DP-V1 and DP-V0
•
Profibus connector (9-pin female Sub-D9)
•
automatic baud rate detection
•
generic and Profibus specific diagnostic support
•
User Parameterization Data
•
Set Slave Address
•
ADI access via DP-V1 read/write services
•
up to 488 bytes of IO data (244 bytes in each direction)
•
device identity customization
•
generic GSD file provided
•
Modular Device Mode
Operation (LEDs)
LED NS
LED state
Description
Comments
Off
Offline
No power
Green
Online
Data exchange
Green flashing
Online
Clear
Red single flash
Parametrization error
For further information see chapter Parametrization
Data Handling in Profibus Network Guide.
Red double flash
Configuration error
For further information see chapter Configuration
Data Handling in Profibus Network Guide.
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LED MS
8.2.3
LED state
Description
Comments
Off
Not initialized
Interface in SETUP or NW_INIT state
Green
Operational
Interface in OPERATIONAL state
Green flashing
Diagnostic events
Extended diagnostic bit is set
Red
Exception error
Interface in EXCEPTION state
Sub-D9 Connector (female)
Pin no.
1
2
3
4
Signal
B Line
RTS
Description
Positive RxD/TxD, RS485 level
Request to transmit
5
GND bus
Ground (isolated)
6
+5 V bus output
A Line
-
+5 V termination power (isolated, short-circuit protected)
Negative RxD/TxD, RS485 level
-
7
8
9
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CC-Link
1
Fig. 7
2
LEDs CC-Link
1
LED MS (RUN LED)
2
LED NS (ERROR LED)
LED allocation of Mini and M.2 version is according to the Profibus version, see Bus Coupling
Unit for Mini Interface and M.2 Interface, p. 10.
8.3.1
8.3.2
Features
•
CC-Link Remote Device
•
I/O: up to 128 bit points and 16 word points of 16 bit data (CC-Link v.1.10, default)
•
I/O: up to 896 bit points and 128 word points of 16 bit data (CC-Link v.2.00)
•
automatic CC-Link System Area handshaking (optional)
•
possibility to customize vendor code, model code and version via application interface
•
baud rate and station number configuration via application interface
•
1 x 5.08 connector to CC-Link
•
configuration file (CSP+) provided by HMS Industrial Networks
Operation (LEDs)
LED NS
LED state
Description
Off
No network participation, timeout status (no power)
Green
Participating, normal operation
Red
Major fault (fatal error)
LED MS
LED state
Description
Off
No error detected (no power)
Red
Major fault (Exception or fatal error)
Red flickering
CRC error (temporary flickering)
Red flashing
Station number of baud rate changed since startup
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CC-Link Connector (Open Style)
Pin
Signal
Description
1
2
DA
DB
Positive RS485 RxD/TxD
Negative RS485 RxD/TxD
3
DG
Signal ground
4
5
SLD
Cable shield
FG
Functional earth
1
5
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DeviceNet
1
Fig. 9
2
LEDs DeviceNet
1
LED MS
2
LED NS
LED allocation of Mini and M.2 version is according to the Profibus version, see Bus Coupling
Unit for Mini Interface and M.2 Interface, p. 10.
8.4.1
8.4.2
Features
•
maximum 512 bytes of input and 512 bytes of output data
•
Support QuickConnect Class B
•
CIP Parameter Object Support: explicit messaging, UCMM capable, bit-strobed I/O,
change-of-state, cyclic I/O, polled I/O
•
expansion possibilities via CIP forwarding
•
Customizable Identity Object
•
automatic baud rate detection
•
Modular Device functionality
•
1 x 5.08 pluggable connector to DeviceNet
Operation (LEDs)
LED NS
LED state
Description
Off
Not online, no network power
Green
Online, one or more connections established
Green flashing (1 Hz)
Online, no connections established
Red
Critical link failure, fatal event
Red flashing (1 Hz)
One or more connections timed-out
Red and green flashing
Self test is executed.
LED MS
LED state
Description
Off
Not operating
Green
Operating
Green flashing (1 Hz)
Missing, incorrect or incomplete configuration, device needs commissioning
Red
Unrecoverable fault
Red flashing (1 Hz)
Recoverable fault
Red and green flashing
Self test is executed.
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DeviceNet Connector (Open Style)
Pin
Signal
Description
1
V-
Negative bus supply voltage (DeviceNet
bus power)
2
CAN_L
CAN-low
3
4
SHIELD
CAN_H
Cable shield
CAN-high
5
V+
Positive bus supply voltage (DeviceNet
bus power)
1
5
Fig. 10
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Technical Specification
9.1
Technical Data
9.1.1
Standard Profile
9.1.2
9.1.3
PC-Interface
PCI Express Base Specification, Rev 1.1, single lane port (x1)
Dimensions
Weight
64 x 105 mm
Approx. 52 g
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
PROFINET FO: 0 °C to +60 °C
Profibus: 0 °C to +70 °C
-40 °C to +85 °C
Power supply
Via PCIe socket (3.3/12 V DC)
Current consumption
PROFINET FO: Typ. 600 mA/3.3 V DC, 120 mA/12 V DC
Profibus: Typ. 100 mA/3.3 V DC, 120 mA/12 V DC
Galvanic isolation
1,500 Vrms
Relative humidity
10 % to 95 %, no condensation
Mini Interface
PC-Interface
PCI Express Base Specification, Rev 1.1, single lane port (x1)
Form factor
F2: Full Mini with bottom-side keep outs, according to PCI Express
Mini Card Electromechanical Specification Rev 1.2
Dimensions
30 x 50.95 x 12 mm (with connected cable)
Weight
Approx. 26 g (interface, cable, bus coupling unit)
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
PROFINET FO: -25 °C to +60 °C
Profibus: -40 °C to +60 °C
-40 °C to +85 °C
Power supply
Via PCIe (3.3 V DC)
Current consumption
PROFINET FO: Typ. 800 mA/3.3 V DC
Profibus: Typ. 600 mA/3.3 V DC
Galvanic isolation
1,500 Vrms
Relative humidity
10 % to 95 %, no condensation
M.2 Interface
M.2 version is available for Profibus, DeviceNet and CC-Link.
9.2
PC-Interface
PCI Express Base Specification, Rev 1.1, single lane port (x1)
Form factor
Dimensions
M.2 2260-D5-B-M
22 x 60 x 12 mm (with connected cable)
Weight
Approx. 25 g (interface, cable, bus coupling unit)
Operating temperature
-20 °C to 60 °C
Storage temperature
-40 °C to +85 °C
Power supply
Via PCIe (3.3 V DC)
Current consumption
Typ. 600 mA/3.3 V DC
Galvanic isolation
1,500 Vrms
Relative humidity
10 % to 95 %, no condensation
Ordering Information
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For ordering numbers and information see www.ixxat.com.
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Support/Return Hardware
Observe the following information in the support area on www.ixxat.com:
10.1
10.2
11
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information about products
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FAQ lists
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installation notes
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updated product versions
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updates
Support
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For problems or support with the product request support at www.ixxat.com/support.
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If required use support phone contacts on www.ixxat.com.
Return Hardware
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Fill in the form for warranty claims and repair on www.ixxat.com.
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Print out the Product Return Number (PRN resp. RMA).
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Pack product in a physically- and ESD-safe way, use original packaging if possible.
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Enclose PRN number.
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Observe further notes on www.ixxat.com.
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Return hardware.
Disposal
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Dispose of product according to national laws and regulations.
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Observe further notes about disposal of products on www.ixxat.com.
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Appendix A: Regulatory Compliance
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A
Regulatory Compliance
A.1
EMC Compliance (CE)
The product is in compliance with the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive. More information
and the Declaration of Conformity is found at www.ixxat.com.
A.2
FCC Compliance Statement
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
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This device may not cause harmful interference.
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This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Product name
IXXAT INpact Slave PCIe
Model
PIRFO/DPV1/CCL/DEV
Responsible party
HMS Industrial Networks Inc
Address
35 E. Wacker Dr, Suite 1700
Chicago , IL 60601
Phone
+1 312 829 0601
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by HMS Industrial Networks
could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at
his own expense.
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Appendix B: Measurements
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Measurements
B.1
PROFINET IRT Fiber Optic Bus Coupling Unit
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All measurements are in mm.
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Profibus Bus Coupling Unit
All measurements are in mm.
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B.3
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CC-Link Bus Coupling Unit
All measurements are in mm.
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DeviceNet Bus Coupling Unit
All measurements are in mm.
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