Korenix JetI/O 6550 Industrial Intelligent Ethernet I/O

Korenix JetI/O 6550
Industrial Intelligent Ethernet I/O Server
User’s Manual
Jan. 2008 (V0.1)
www.korenix.com
Korenix JetI/O 6550
Industrial Intelligent Ethernet I/O Server
User’s Manual
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Index
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2
3
4
5
Introduction ....................................................................................................................... 1
1.1
Overview .............................................................................................................. 1
1.2
Major Features..................................................................................................... 2
1.3
Package Checklist ............................................................................................... 2
1.4
Product Specification ........................................................................................... 3
Hardware Installation ........................................................................................................ 4
2.1
Hardware Introduction.......................................................................................... 4
2.2
Wiring Power Input............................................................................................... 5
2.3
Wiring I/O Connectors.......................................................................................... 6
2.4
JetI/O 6550 Wiring Example ................................................................................ 6
2.5
Wiring Earth Ground ............................................................................................ 7
2.6
Wiring Fast Ethernet Ports................................................................................... 7
2.7
Din-Rail Mounting Installation .............................................................................. 7
Preparation for Management ............................................................................................ 9
4.1
Understand the Ethernet I/O Architecture............................................................ 9
4.2
Preparation for Remote Management ................................................................. 9
Feature Configuration ..................................................................................................... 11
4.1
Block I/O Configuration Utility .............................................................................11
4.2
Block I/O OPC Server Utility .............................................................................. 20
4.3
Device Finder Utility ........................................................................................... 23
4.4
SNMP................................................................................................................. 23
4.5
Web UI ............................................................................................................... 24
4.6
How to Upgrade Firmware................................................................................. 24
Modbus/TCP Command Set ........................................................................................... 26
5.1
Introduction of Modbus/TCP Protocol................................................................ 26
5.2
JetI/O 6550 Modbus/TCP Address Mapping ..................................................... 27
6. Appendix .............................................................................................................................. 42
6.1
SNMP MIB ......................................................................................................... 42
6.2
Revision History ................................................................................................. 44
1 Introduction
Welcome to Korenix JetI/O 6500 Series Industrial Managed Ethernet I/O Module User
Manual. Following topics are covered in this chapter:
1.1 Overview
1.2 Major Features
1.3 Package Checklist
1.1
Overview
JetI/O 6500 series is a series of Managed Ethernet I/O modules for distributive monitoring and
controls. The JeI/O 6500 series equipped with one Ethernet port and multiple channels Analog
Input/Output, Digital Input/Output and temperature measurement connectors. Thus users can easily
perform I/O data collecting, status changing, automatically activate events… through the Ethernet
network. JetI/O 6500 series provides Windows Utilities, Web and SNMP for configuration. And
support Modbus/TCP protocol, OPC Server for Modbus/TCP, thus user can easily monitor and
control the remote I/O devices and combine the JetI/O with existed HMI/SCADA package.
Naming Rule:
JetI/O 65AB
A: Major Feature
1: Analog Input Series. Includes the RTD input, Thermocouple Input
2: Analog Output Series
3: Digital Input Series
4: Digital Output Series
5: Digital Input and Digital Output Series
B: Sequence Number
JetI/O 6500 Series includes:
JetI/O 6510: Industrial Intelligent 8-CH Analog Input Etherent I/O Server
JetI/O 6511: Industrial Intelligent 8-CH Thermocouple Input Etherent I/O Server
JetI/O 6512: Industrial Intelligent 4-CH RTD Input Etherent I/O Server
JetI/O 6520: Industrial Intelligent 4-CH Analog Output Etherent I/O Server
JetI/O 6550: Industrial Intelligent 14-CH DI and 8-CH DO Etherent I/O Server
The manual apply to above models.
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1.2
Major Features
Intelligent Ethernet Block I/O Server
Complete solution with multiple channels Analog Input/Output, Digital Input/Output and temperature
measurement (Thermocouple, RTD) features
Accurate measurements with cold junction compensation
Supports PT100, Ni120 RTD and NTC Thermistor
Active alarm for High/Low Voltage/Current/Temperature
Intelligent Conditions&Go (If-Then) logic rules for DI/DO
Support OPC Server Driver
Windows Utiltity, OPC Server Utility, Modbus/TCP protocol, SNMP and Web management
Built-in watchdog timer and real-time clock
Din-Rail Mount with Robust Aluminum case and IP31 protection
1.3
Package Checklist
Korenix JetI/O 6500 Series products are shipped with following items:
One Ethernet I/O Module
One attached DIN-Rail clip
Terminal Blocks for I/O and Power Input
Documentation and Software CD
Quick Installation Guide
If any of the above items are missing or damaged, please contact your local sales
representative.
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1.4
Product Specification
System
Digital Output
CPU: 16 bits/100MHZ, RISC-Based
Output Channels: 8 Channels
SDRAM: 32K bytes
Output Type: SSR output, sink type
Flash ROM: 512K bytes
Output Mode: Level or pulse output with programmable pulse
width
EEPROM: 256 bytes
Working Range: 5-40VDC
Watchdog Timer: 1.0 sec H/W
Driving Capacity: 250mA max
LED:
Responding Time to Host PC Request: <2ms
PWR: Power Input plugged and On (Red)
Output Initial State: Programmable
RDY: System startup ready (Green)
Isolation Voltage: 2500Vrms
Network Interface
Feature
Ethernet: IEEE 802.3 10Base-T
Network Protocols: IP, TCP, UDP, SNMP, HTTP, BOOTP,
DHCP, Modbus/TCP, OPC Server
IEEE 802.3u 100Base-TX
Configuration: Windows Utility, Web browser, SNMP, DHCP
Client, TFTP Server for firmware update
Connector: 1 * RJ-45, Auto MDI/MDI-X
Windows Utility: Block I/O Utility, Device Fider Utility
Protection: Built-in 1.5 KV magnetic isolation
protection
OPC Server Utiltity: OPC Server for Modbus/TCP
LED:
SNMP: MIB-II: System, SNMP Trap and Private MIB
Upper (LAN Activity): Orange ON & Blinking
SNMP Trap Server: Up to 4 SNMP Trap Server
Lower (10M/100M): 10M à Green OFF, 100M à
Green ON
Logic Condition&Go Rules: Conditions of the DI/Counter values,
Actions include DO/Pulse, Counter and Trap
PWR: Power On (Green)
Program: C++ Example code by optional
RDY: System boot up Ready (Red), system
booting (No LED)
Power Requirements
Network Protocols: IP, TCP, UDP, SNMP,
HTTP, Telnet, BOOTP, DHCP
System Power: external unregulated +24V (18-32V)
Digital Input
Power Consumption: Max. 1.92W
Input Channels: 14 Channels
Mechanical
Input Type: source type
Dimensions: 120 (H) x 55 (W) x 75 (D)mm
Input Mode: D/I or event counting with input
frequency of 100 Hz max
Mounting: Din-Rail
DC Input: 30V max
Material: Aluminum
Threshold Voltage: 4V
Environmental
Responding Time to Host PC Request: <2ms
Regulatory Approvals: CE, FCC Class A
Isolation Voltage: 2500Vrms
Operating Temperature: -10 ~ 70°C
Operating Humidity: 20 ~ 90% non-condensing
Storage Temperature: -20 ~ 70°C
Warranty: 3 years
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2 Hardware Installation
This chapter includes hardware introduction, installation and configuration information.
Following topics are covered in this chapter:
2.1 Hardware Introduction
Dimension
Appearance
LED Indicators
2.2 Wiring Power Input
2.3 Wiring Analog/Digital Input/Output
2.4 Wiring Ethernet Ports
2.5 DIN-Rail Mounting Installation
2.1
Hardware Introduction
Dimensions: 120 (H) x 55 (W) x 75 (D) mm
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JetI/O 6550 Appearance:
LED Indicators:
System LED
PWR
Power Input plugged and On (Green)
RDY
System startup ready (Red)
Ethernet LED
2.2
Upper (LAN Activity)
Orange On & Blinking
Lower(10M/100M)
10M (Green Off) /100M(Green ON
Wiring Power Input
Follow below steps to wire JetI/O DC power inputs.
1.
Follow the pin assignment to insert the wires into the contacts on the terminal block
connector.
2.
Tighten the wire-clamp screws to prevent DC wires from being loosened.
3.
Connect to and turn on the power source. The suitable working voltage is 24VDC.
4.
When the unit is ready, the PWR LED turns Greed, the RDY LED turns Red.
Note1: It is a good practice to turn off input and load power, and to unplug power terminal
block before making wire connections. Otherwise, your screwdriver blade can
inadvertently short your terminal connections to the grounded enclosure.
Note 2: The range of the suitable electric wire is from 12 to 24 AWG.
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2.3
Wiring I/O Connectors
Follow the pin assignment to insert the wires into the front contacts on the terminal block
connector. Tighten the wire-clamp screws to prevent the I/O wires from being loosened.
The wiring diagram of the JetI/O 6510 is as below:
Pin No
1(DI0)
2(DI2)
3(DI4)
4(DI6)
5(DI8)
6(DI10)
7(DI12)
8(DO0)
9(DO2)
10(DO4)
11(DO6)
12(COM+)
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Description
Digital input Ch0
Digital input Ch2
Digital input Ch4
Digital input Ch6
Digital input Ch8
Digital input Ch10
Digital input Ch12
Digital Output 0
Digital Output 2
Digital Output 4
Digital Output 6
IO Power--COM+
Pin No
13(DI1)
14(DI3)
15(DI5)
16(DI7)
17(DI9)
18(DI11)
19(DI13)
20(DO1)
21(DO3)
22(DO5)
23(DO7)
24(COM-)
Description
Digital input Ch1
Digital input Ch3
Digital input Ch5
Digital input Ch7
Digital input Ch9
Digital input Ch11
Digital input Ch13
Digital Output 1
Digital Output 3
Digital Output 5
Digital Output 7
IO Power--COM-
JetI/O 6550 Wiring Example
2.4.1 JetI/O 6550 Digital Input Wiring Example (Limit Switch)
2.4.2 JetI/O 6550 Digital Input Wiring Example (Push Button)
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2.4.3 JetI/O 6550 Digital Input Wiring Example (Push Button)
2.5
Wiring Earth Ground
To ensure the system will not be damaged by noise or any electrical shock, we suggest
you to make exact connection with JetI/O products with Earth Ground.
On the bottom side of JetI/O 6500 Series, there is one power earth ground pin in the
Power Input terminal block.
Pin No
1(+24V)
2(FGND )
3(0V)
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Description
DC+24V Power Input
Power Earth Ground
Referenced Ground for Power Input
Wiring Fast Ethernet Ports
JetI/O 6500 series includes 1 RJ45 Fast Ethernet ports. The fast Ethernet ports support
10Base-T and 100Base-TX, full or half duplex modes. The fast Ethernet port will
auto-detect the signal from connected devices to negotiate the link speed and duplex
mode. Auto MDI/MDIX allows users to connect another switch, hub or workstation without
changing straight through or crossover cables.
Connect one side of an Ethernet cable into the Ethernet port and connect the other side to
the attached switch or host. The link LED will light up when the cable is correctly
connected. Refer to the LED Indicators section for descriptions of each LED indicator.
Always make sure that the cables length between the 2 ends is less than 100 meters (328
feet).
The wiring cable types are as below.
10Base-T: 2-pair UTP/STP Cat. 3, 4, 5 cable, EIA/TIA-568 100-ohm (100m)
100 Base-TX: 2-pair UTP/STP Cat. 5 cable, EIA/TIA-568 100-ohm (100m)
1000 Base-TX: 4-pair UTP/STP Cat. 5 cable, EIA/TIA-568 100-ohm (100m)
2.7
Din-Rail Mounting Installation
The DIN-Rail clip is already attached to the JetI/O 6500 Series when packaged. If the
DIN-Rail clip is not screwed on the JetI/O, follow the instructions and the figure below to
attach DIN-Rail clip to JetI/O.
a. Insert the upper end of DIN-Rail clip into the back of DIN-Rail track from its upper side.
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b. Lightly push the bottom of DIN-Rail clip into the track.
c. Check if DIN-Rail clip is tightly attached on the track.
d. To remove JetI/O Server from the track, reverse the steps above.
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3 Preparation for Management
Before you start to configure the JetI/O, you need to know the system architecture of the
JetI/O products, configure the device’s IP address, and then you can remotely manage
the Ethernet I/O via the network. This chapter introduces the basic knowledge of the
related technologies.
Following topics are covered in this chapter:
3.1 Understand the Ethernet I/O Architecture
3.2 Preparation for Remote Management
3.3 Preparation for HMI/SCADA Integration
4.1
Understand the Ethernet I/O Architecture
The Figure 1 shows the JetI/O Intelligent Ethernet I/O Server Architecrure. In the top level
shows the typical applications run in the remote I/O environment. The middle level is the
Etherent infrasture. The low level, gray block include the software agent, signal types of
the JetI/O 6500 series intelligent Etherent I/O Server.
Figure 1. The JetI/O Intelligent Ethernet I/O Server Architecrure.
4.2
Preparation for Remote Management
JetI/O 6500 series Intelligent I/O Server provides several types remote management
methods. You can configure the JetI/O via the Etherent network. You just need to know
the device’s IP address and then you can remotely control or monitor the I/O channels’
information.
JetI/O provides several ways for users to configure the IP address. The default IP
address is 192.168.10.3. You can directly connect the JetI/O one after one to change its
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IP address. Or connect the JetI/Os to the same switch or network, then the host PC can
modify the IP address via the switch or network.
If you purchase several JetI/Os and connect them to the same network before change
their IP address. They must have the same default IP address, and you may not control
them well due to the IP conflict. At this time, you should change their IP address first.
The JetI/O’ Block I/O configuration utility or Device Finder Utility can help you to do this.
Note 1: Device Finder Utility allows you to discover the JetI/Os which have the same IP
address. Change the IP address of the JetI/O one after one. After you configured the
new IP address for the unit, please notice whether the ARP table of the device is flashed
or not. If not, you can choose “Start -> Run”, type “cmd” to open the DOS prompt. Use
“arp –d” to clear the ARP cache.
Note 2: You can find the detail progress, please refer to the next chapters.
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4 Feature Configuration
JetI/O 6500 series Industrial Managed Ethernet I/O module provides several
configuration methods. This chapter introduces the configuration steps.
Following topics are covered in this chapter:
4.1 Block I/O Configuration Utility
4.2 Block I/O OPC Server Utility
4.3 Device Finder Utility
4.4 SNMP
4.5 Web UI
4.6 Modbus/TCP Command set
4.6.1 Introduction of Modbus/TCP protocol
4.6.2 JetI/O 6510 Modbus/TCP command set
4.1
Block I/O Configuration Utility
Block I/O Utility is the major JetI/O Configuration Utility. With this tool, you can browse
the available units, view the status of each channels, configure the I/O settings,
configure active alarms and conditions&Go logic rule.
4.1.1
Installation
1. Go to the “Utility -> IO Configuration” folder. Click “Setup.exe” to run the setup
progress.
2. Click “Next” and type the Name and Company in the “User Information” window. Then
click “Next”.
3. Choose the Destination Directory in the “Choose Installation Location” window. Then
click “Next”.
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4. Type the name for the Block I/O Configuration Utility or use the default name, Block
IO Utility (Korenix) for the program in the “Program Folder” field of the “Select Program
Folder” window. Then click “Next”.
5. Click “Next” in the “Starting Copying File” window to continue the setup progress.
6. As long as you see the “Setup Complete” window that means the progress is finished.
Click “Finish” to exit the setup progress.
7. Go to “Start” -> “Program”, then you can see the “Block IO Utility(Korenix) folder.
There are 2 utilities are installed, Block IO OPC Server and Block IO Utility.
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4.1.2
Device Scan
1. Lunch the Block IO Utility and then press “Open” to enable the network Interface.
The right indicator will show “Green” after you opened the interface. Click “Cloos” can
close the network interface.
2. Click “Scan” to open the “Scan Network Module(s)” popup window. Click Scan to start
the searching.
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Note: Please modify the IP address of your target devices. The scan feature can’t
browse the devices which have the same IP address. Only one of the devices which
have the same IP address can be found. This is the current restriction. Please modify
the IP address first. You can use web browser, Block I/O Utility or Device Finder to do
the IP modification.
3. Click “Add” to add the available JetI/O units. Then you can see the JetI/O units are
listed in the left column.
4. Move the mouse over to one of the JetI/O units. Select the unit then you can configure
and monitor the configurations of the JetI/O. The features Block I/O Configuration utility
provide are similar, please find your model name and go to its configuration introduction
chapter in below.
4.1.3
4.1.3.1
JetI/O 6550 Configuration
Go to “General” page. You can view the current settings, modify the IP address,
Subnet mask, Default Gateway, Enable or Disable DHCP Client mode and check
the Firmware version. After modified the network setting, press “Update” to active
the new setting. The indicator will show green when update successfully.
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4.1.3.2
Go to “I/O Configuration” page. You can configure the DI/DO mode, check status
for each channel.
Select the entry of the DI channel you want configure and double click. The below
popup window of the DI Channel’s setting appears.
DI Channel Configuration – DI (Digital Input):
Select Channel: [DI]:00 ~ [DI]13 or Select “Apply to all channels”
Model Settings: Mode: DI
Press “Apply” to assign the mode for the channel.
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DI Channel Test – DI (Digital Input):
Select the target channel and press “Start” to monitor the status of the DI mode.
DI Channel Configuration – Event Counter:
Select Channel: [DI]:00 ~ [DI]13
Select one of the channels or select “Apply to all channels”.
1. Model Settings: Mode: Event Counter
Counter mode parameter: “Low to High” or “High to Low”
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2. Power On Settings: Start or Disable
Enable Power On selection to automatically count the events when startup the
I/O Server.
3. Safe Status Settings: Start/Continus or Disable
Enable Safe Status selection to keep counting the events when disconnected
the LAN interface. .
Press “Apply” to assign the mode for the channel.
DI Channel Test – Event Counter:
Select the target channel and press “Start” to monitor the counter of the Event
Counter mode. Press “Reset Counter” can reset the counter to zero.
4.1.3.3
Go to “Data” page. You can monitor the current working voltage of each channel.
Check Box
White
Red
Blinking
Select the check box to monitor the info of the channel.
Unselect the check box when you don’t want to monitor it.
Afte enabled the alarm feature of the channel, these is a
white circle behind the channel.
The circle become to Red when the alarm is activated.
The indicator in the bottom of the Data Area means the utility
is monitoring the status of the channels. If there is error
occurred, the color become to red or not light.
The DI status allows you to read the On/Off Status of the DI channels.
The DO status allows you to read and change the On/Off status of the DO
channels.
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4.1.3.4
Go to “Alarm” page. You can configure the “Condition & Go” logic rules and
active alarm for each channel.
The “Condition & Go” logic rule provides one-time operation in each entry. The
theory is the same as the “IF-Then” rule. If the “Conditions” is reached, then
automatically activate the “Actions”. For example:
Rule
Status
Condition
Action
#1
Enable
DI0 = ON
DO0 = ON
#2
Enable
DI0 = OFF
DO0 = OFF
Rule # 1: If condition is equal to “DI0=ON”, the “DO 0” is automatically “ON”.
Should you want to run the reverse behavior, configure the reverse way in the
rule #2.
The maximun “Condition&Go“logic rules 6550 support is 8. Each rule can support
up to 4 different conditions and 4 different actions. The supported conditions and
actions are as below:
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Condition
DI - Channel
Event Counter
-Channel
Counter Value
Relation between
Conditions
Action
ON, OFF, ON to
OFF, OFF to ON
DO - Channel
ON, OFF
(number)
Event Counter –
Channel
Pulse Output
Start or Stop
OR or AND
SNMP
(Trap Server IP)
=, >, <, ≦, ≧
Reset
SNMP Trap Server Setting: You can configure up to 4 SNMP Trap Server here.
Type the IP address and press “Update” to activate the new setting.
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4.2
Block I/O OPC Server Utility
4.2.1 OPC Server Utility
1. Go to “Start” -> “Program”, and then you can see the “Block IO Utility (Korenix) folder.
There are 2 utilities are installed, Block IO OPC Server and Block IO Utility.
2. Open the “Block IO OPC Server”.
3. Select “File -> New” to create new profile. Or select “File -> Open” to open profile you
saved.
4. Select “Add -> New Device”, the popup window “Driver Selection” will appear. (Only
appear in the first time you add new device). Click “Add” and type the driver name and
correct IP address. Click “OK” to next popup windows for Driver Selection. Use “Edit
-> Comm Setting” can modify the parameters.
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Figure 4.1 “Add” the “New Device”.
Figure 4.2 Installed Driver Selection Window.
Figure 4.3 “Ethernet Driver” for the devices.
5. Type the “Device Name” and select the “Device Type” in the “Device Configuration”
window.
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6. Select “Add -> New Group” to create new group for the later new tags you’ll create.
Select “Add -> New Tag” and fill the “Tag Properties” in the popup window. Select the
tag and “Edit –> Properties“, you can modify the tag properties.
7. Select “Add -> Generate Tags”, the utility generate all the channels’ tags for the
device.
Name: The name of the channel. You can manually change this value.
Type: The input type of the channel.
Channel: The channel ID.
Value: The value of the channel, you can use “Monitor” to read them.
Description: The description of this channel, you can munually change this value.
8. Select “View -> Monitor” to monitor the status of the tags.
Or you can click the
Monitor icon in the UI.
9. Select “File -> Save” to save the profile, then your OPC Client can monitor the Jet I/O
status.
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4.3
Device Finder Utility
1. Go to the “Utility -> Device Finder” folder. Click “DeviceFinder.exe” to run the program.
2. Click “Setting” of the DF Setting, you can configure the polling period time.
3. Click “Setup” of the EEPROM, you can see the info of the device. It’s good to do
debugging.
4. Click “Search”, Device Finder can automatically search the JetI/Os.
5. Click “IP Search” to search one specific IP address.
6. Click “Device Setup” to configure the IP address… basic network settings.
7. Click “Web Browser” to connect the web UI of the device.
8. Click “Reboot” to reboot the device.
9. Click “Upgrade” to upload the new firmware.
10. Click “Exit” to exit the program.
4.4
SNMP
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a protocol used for exchanging
management information between network devices. SNMP is a member of the TCP/IP
protocol suite. JetI/O 6500 series support SNMP v1 and v2c.
An SNMP managed network consists of two main components: agents and a manager. An
agent is a management software module that resides in a managed switch. An agent
translates the local management information from the managed device into a SNMP
compatible format. The manager is the console through the network.
JetI/O 6500 series supports Public MIB: System. Private MIB includes channels’
information. SNMP Trap allows the JetI/O to send the active alarm to trap servers.
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4.5
Web UI
Type the IP address of the device. Then you can access the embedded web browser of
the I/O server. The web browser allows you monitor the information/status of each
channels.
4.6
How to Upgrade Firmware
The JetI/O server allows you remotely upgrade the firmware to fix the known issues or to
enhance the software features. When user starts the progress of the firmware upgrade,
the JetI/O runs as the DHCP client mode to get the IP from DHCP Server and download
the boot file from the server. (Not the same as JetNet or other product.)
For JetI/O firmware upgrading utility, we recommend the freeware utility, TFTP32. You can
easily download the tool in the web site: http://tftpd32.jounin.net/
1. Download the file and run it first.
2. Browse the “Current Directory” of the firmware file you put. And select the network
interface card you used.
3. Configure the setting in the “DHCP Server” mode.
a. Type the start IP address in the “IP pool starting address”.
b. Type the volume for the Size of the pool. The volume is the IP address the
DHCP Server can assign to the clients.
c.
Boot File: Type the file name you want update.
d. Mask: Type the subnet mask here.
e. The other settings are optional, depend on your environment.
f.
After configured, press “Save” to save the settings.
4. Open the Device Finder Utility and search the available JetI/O servers. Select the
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target unit/units you want upgrade. Then press “Upgrade” to start the progress. The
JetI/O can get dynamic IP and download file from the TFTP32. The popup window
shows you the upgrading progress in TFTP32.
5. After firmware file downloading finished. The JetI/O server’s firmware can be
upgraded automatically.
6. Open the Block I/O Configuration utility and check the firmware in “General” page.
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5 Modbus/TCP Command Set
This chapter introduces the Modbus/TCP command set JetI/O provided. When you
creating application for your SCADA/HMI or coding your own programs. The command
set is helpful for you to find the value of each registers.
Following topics are covered in this chapter:
5.1 Introduction of Modbus/TCP Protocol
5.2 JetI/O 6510 Modbus/TCP Address Mapping
5.1
Introduction of Modbus/TCP Protocol
5.1.1
Modbus/TCP Protocol
The Modbus protocol, developed by Gould-Modicon, is widely used in industrial
communications to integrate PLC’s, computer, terminals and other various I/O devices.
Intelligent JetI/O Server equipped with communication interface provides an Ethernet
communication links with Modbus/TCP protocol support.
Modbus/TCP is a variant of the Modbus family of communication protocol. Modbus/TCP
is a Master/Slave communication protocol, A master (a host PC) initiates queries, a slave
(one of the JetI/O servers) then responds by supplying the requested data to the master by
using Modbus/TCP commands.
5.1.2
Function Code (FC)
The JetI/O Server uses a subset of the standard Modbus/TCP function code to access
device-dependent information. Modbus/TCP function code is defined as below.
FC
Name
Usage
01
Read Coils
Read the state of a digital output
02
Read Input Status
Read the state of a digital input
03
Read Holding Register
Read holding register in 16-bits register format
04
Read Input Registers
Read data in 16-bits register format
05
Write Coil
Write data to force a digital output ON/OFF
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Write Single Register
Write data in 16-bits register format
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Force Multiple Coils
Write data to force multiple consecutive coils
5.1.3
Error Checking
The utilization of the error checking will help eliminate errors caused by noise in the
communication link. In Modbus/TCP mode, messages include an error-checking field that
is based on a Cyclical Redundancy Check (CRC) method. The CRC filed checks the
contents of the entire message. It applied regardless of any parity check method used for
the individual BYTE acters of the message. The CRC value is calculated by the
transmitting device, which appends the CRC to the message. The receiving device
recalculates a CRC during receipt of the message, and compares the calculated value to
the actual value it received in the CRC filed.
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5.1.4
Exception Response
If an error occurs, the slave sends an exception response message to master consisting of
the slave address, function code, exception response code and error check field. In an
exception response, the slave sets the high-order bit (MSB) of the response function code
to one. The exception response codes are listed below.
Code
Name
01
Descriptions
Illegal Function
The message function received is not allowable
action.
02
Illegal Data Address
The address referenced in the data field is not valid.
03
Illegal Data Value
04
Slave Device Failure
05
Acknowledge
06
Slave Device Busy
07
Negative Acknowledge
08
Memory Parity Error
The value referenced at the addressed device
location is no within range.
An unrecoverable error occurred while the slave
was attempting to perform the requested action.
The slave has accepted the request and processing
it, but a long duration of time will be required to do
so.
The slave is engaged in processing a long-duration
program command.
The slave cannot perform the program function
received in the query.
The slave attempted to read extended memory, but
detected a parity error in the memory.
5.2
JetI/O 6550 Modbus/TCP Address Mapping
The address mapping of Modbus/TCP communications summarizes data address, name,
data ranges, data attributes (R: read, W: write).
JetI/O 6550 Common Register Map (Holding Registers)
Protocol
Address
(Hex)
0000
PLC
Address
(Decimal)
40001
R/W
0001
40002
R/W
0002
40003
R/W
0003
40004
R
0004
40005
R
Access
Description
(Read/Write) Watch-dog enable/disable
R/W:AABB
AABB:0000H
(disable)
AABB:FF00H
(enable)
(Read/Write) Watch-dog cycle count
R/W:AABB
AABB:0001H~00FFH
BB:1 ~255 BB x 0.1 (sec)=count cycle (sec)
R: Read the host-watchdog status
W: Reset the host-watchdog status
R:AABB
AABB:0000H (remote module OK)
AABB:FF00H (host-watchdog fail)
W: AABB
AABB:FF00H(reset)
Read the firmware version
R:AAAA
AAAA:F10A (HEX)
Read module name
27
0005
40006
R
0006
40007
R/W
0007
40008
R/W
0008
40009
R/W
0009
40010
R/W
000A
40011
R/W
000B
40012
R/W
000C
40013
R/W
000D
40014
R/W
000E
40015
R/W
000F
40016
R/W
R:AAAA
AAAA: 6550(HEX)
Read reset status
R:AABB
AABB:0000H ( after using this read command)
AABB:0001H(The value is equal to0001H after reset
module)
R: Read power on value
W: Setting present coil value is POWERON value
Read:
Write:
R:AABB
W:FF00(action value)
AABB:0000H~00FFH
(write to EEprom)
R: Read safe value
W: Setting present coil value is SAFE value
Read:
Write:
R:AABB
W:FF00 (action value)
AABB:0000H~00FFH
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) DI Counter status
R/W: 00xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (bin)
Bit 0 is channel 0
0: Off
1: On (start DI count)
(Read/Write) DI Counter Overflow status
R/W: 00xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (bin)
Bit 0 is channel 0
Read: 0 : Normal
1 : Overflow
Write: 0 : clear overflow status
1 : return illegal Data Value
(Read/Write) DI Counter Trigger Mode
R/W: 00xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (bin)
Bit 0 is channel 0
0 : Low to High
1 : High to Low
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) DI Mode
R/W: 00xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (bin)
Bit 0 is channel 0
0 : DI
1 : Counter
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) DI Counter Power-On Status
R/W: 000xxxxxxxxxxxxx (bin)
Bit 0 is channel 0
0 : Off
1 : On
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) DI Counter Safe Status
R/W: 00xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (bin)
Bit 0 is channel 0
0 : Off
1 : On
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) DI Clear Counter Value
R: always 0
W: 00xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (bin)
Bit 0 is channel 0
Write 1: Clear Counter Value
0: Return illegal data value
(Read/Write) DO Pulse Operate Status
R/W: 000xxxxxxxxxxxxx (bin)
28
0010
40017
R/W
0011
40018
R/W
0012
40019
R/W
0013
40020
R/W
0014
40021
R/W
0015
40022
R/W
0016
40023
R/W
0017
40024
R/W
0018
40025
R/W
0019
40026
R/W
001A
40027
R/W
001B
40028
R/W
001C
40029
R/W
001D
40030
R/W
001E
40031
R/W
001F
40032
R/W
0020
40033
R/W
Bit 0 is channel 0
0 : Off
1 : On (start DO pulse output)
(Read/Write) DO Power-On Pulse Operate Status
R/W: 000xxxxxxxxxxxxx (bin)
Bit 0 is channel 0
0 : Off
1 : On
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) DO Safe Pulse Operate Status
R/W: 000xxxxxxxxxxxxx (bin)
Bit 0 is channel 0
0 : Off
1 : On
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 0 DO Pulse Output Count Value
Hi-Word
(Read/Write) Channel 0 DO Pulse Output Count Value
Low-Word
0: Continuous count
1~ FFFFFFFF : number of puls (write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 1 DO Pulse Output Count Value
Hi-Word
(Read/Write) Channel 1 DO Pulse Output Count Value
Low-Word
0: Continuous count
1~ FFFFFFFF : number of pulse(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 2 DO Pulse Output Count Value
Hi-Word
(Read/Write) Channel 2 DO Pulse Output Count Value
Low-Word
0: Continuous count
1~ FFFFFFFF : number of pulse(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 3 DO Pulse Output Count Value
Hi-Word
(Read/Write) Channel 3 DO Pulse Output Count Value
Low-Word
0: Continuous count
1~ FFFFFFFF : number of puls (write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 4 DO Pulse Output Count Value
Hi-Word
(Read/Write) Channel 4 DO Pulse Output Count Value
Low-Word
0: Continuous count
1~ FFFFFFFF : number of puls (write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 5 DO Pulse Output Count Value
Hi-Word
(Read/Write) Channel 5 DO Pulse Output Count Value
Low-Word
0: Continuous count
1~ FFFFFFFF : number of puls (write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 6 DO Pulse Output Count Value
Hi-Word
(Read/Write) Channel 6 DO Pulse Output Count Value
Low-Word
0: Continuous count
1~ FFFFFFFF : number of puls (write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 7 DO Pulse Output Count Value
Hi-Word
29
0021
40034
R/W
0022
40035
R/W
0023
40036
R/W
0024
40037
R/W
0025
40038
R/W
0026
40039
R/W
0027
40040
R/W
0028
40041
R/W
0029
40042
R/W
002A
40043
R/W
002B
40044
R/W
002C
40045
R/W
002D
40046
R/W
002E
40047
R/W
002F
40048
R/W
0030
40049
R/W
0031
40050
R/W
0032
40051
R/W
0033
40052
R/W
0034
40053
R/W
0035
40054
R/W
(Read/Write) Channel 7 DO Pulse Output Count Value
Low-Word
0: Continuous count
1~ FFFFFFFF : number of puls (write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 0 DO Pulse Low Signal Width
R/W: (1 ~ FFFF)* 1ms
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 1 DO Pulse Low Signal Width
R/W: (1 ~ FFFF)* 1ms
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 2 DO Pulse Low Signal Width
R/W: (1 ~ FFFF)* 1ms
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 3 DO Pulse Low Signal Width
R/W: (1 ~ FFFF)* 1ms
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 4 DO Pulse Low Signal Width
R/W: (1 ~ FFFF)* 1ms
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 5 DO Pulse Low Signal Width
R/W: (1 ~ FFFF)* 1ms
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 6 DO Pulse Low Signal Width
R/W: (1 ~ FFFF)* 1ms
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 7 DO Pulse Low Signal Width
R/W: (1 ~ FFFF)* 1ms
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 0 DO Pulse High Signal Width
R/W: (1 ~ FFFF)* 1ms
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 1 DO Pulse High Signal Width
R/W: (1 ~ FFFF)* 1ms
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 2 DO Pulse High Signal Width
R/W: (1 ~ FFFF)* 1ms
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 3 DO Pulse High Signal Width
R/W: (1 ~ FFFF)* 1ms
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 4 DO Pulse High Signal Width
R/W: (1 ~ FFFF)* 1ms
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 5 DO Pulse High Signal Width
R/W: (1 ~ FFFF)* 1ms
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 6 DO Pulse High Signal Width
R/W: (1 ~ FFFF)* 1ms
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Channel 7 DO Pulse High Signal Width
R/W: (1 ~ FFFF)* 1ms
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) DO Mode
R/W: 000xxxxxxxxxxxxx (bin)
Bit 0 is channel 0
0 : DO
1 : Pulse
(write to EEprom)
(Read/Write) Select “OR” or “AND”
R:AAAA(hex)
W: AAAA (hex)
AAAA:00000000xxxxxxxx
X: 0 “OR” Logic 1 “AND” Logic
(Read/Write) RuleEnable Logic 0~7
R: 00000000xxxxxxxx(bit)
W: 00000000xxxxxxxx(bit)
0: disable
1: enable
(Read/Write) Select condition DI for Logic 0
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: condition #3 DI Channel
B: condition #2 DI Channel
B: condition #1 DI Channel
30
0036
40055
R/W
0037
40056
R/W
0038
40057
R/W
0039
40058
R/W
003A
40059
R/W
003B
40060
R/W
003C
40061
R/W
003D
40062
R/W
D: condition #0 DI Channel
(Read/Write) Select condition DI for Logic1
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: condition #3 DI Channel
B: condition #2 DI Channel
B: condition #1 DI Channel
D: condition #0 DI Channel
(Read/Write) Select condition DI for Logic 2
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: condition #3 DI Channel
B: condition #2 DI Channel
B: condition #1 DI Channel
D: condition #0 DI Channel
(Read/Write) Select condition DI for Logic 3
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: condition #3 DI Channel
B: condition #2 DI Channel
B: condition #1 DI Channel
D: condition #0 DI Channel
(Read/Write) Select condition DI for Logic 4
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: condition #3 DI Channel
B: condition #2 DI Channel
B: condition #1 DI Channel
D: condition #0 DI Channel
(Read/Write) Select condition DI for Logic 5
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: condition #3 DI Channel
B: condition #2 DI Channel
B: condition #1 DI Channel
D: condition #0 DI Channel
(Read/Write) Select condition DI for Logic 6
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: condition #3 DI Channel
B: condition #2 DI Channel
B: condition #1 DI Channel
D: condition #0 DI Channel
(Read/Write) Select condition DI for Logic 7
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: condition #3 DI Channel
B: condition #2 DI Channel
B: condition #1 DI Channel
D: condition #0 DI Channel
(Read/Write) Select Operators condition for Logic 0
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: Operators condition #3 Logic
B: Operators condition #2 Logic
B: Operators condition #1 Logic
D: Operators condition #0 Logic
31
003E
40063
R/W
003F
40064
R/W
0040
40065
R/W
0041
40066
R/W
Value:
0 : ON
1:OFF
2:Lo-Hi
3:Hi-Lo
4: “=”
5:”>”
6:”<”
7:”>=”
8:”<=”
(Read/Write) Select Operators condition for Logic 1
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: Operators condition #3 Logic
B: Operators condition #2 Logic
B: Operators condition #1 Logic
D: Operators condition #0 Logic
Value:
0 : ON
1:OFF
2:Lo-Hi
3:Hi-Lo
4: “=”
5:”>”
6:”<”
7:”>=”
8:”<=”
(Read/Write) Select Operators condition for Logic 2
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: Operators condition #3 Logic
B: Operators condition #2 Logic
B: Operators condition #1 Logic
D: Operators condition #0 Logic
(Read/Write) Select Operators condition for Logic 3
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: Operators condition #3 Logic
B: Operators condition #2 Logic
B: Operators condition #1 Logic
D: Operators condition #0 Logic
Value:
0 : ON
1:OFF
2:Lo-Hi
3:Hi-Lo
4: “=”
5:”>”
6:”<”
7:”>=”
8:”<=”
(Read/Write) Select Operators condition for Logic 4
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: Operators condition #3 Logic
B: Operators condition #2 Logic
B: Operators condition #1 Logic
32
0042
40067
R/W
0043
40068
R/W
0044
40069
R/W
D: Operators condition #0 Logic
Value:
0 : ON
1:OFF
2:Lo-Hi
3:Hi-Lo
4: “=”
5:”>”
6:”<”
7:”>=”
8:”<=”
(Read/Write) Select Operators condition for Logic 5
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: Operators condition #3 Logic
B: Operators condition #2 Logic
B: Operators condition #1 Logic
D: Operators condition #0 Logic
Value:
0 : ON
1:OFF
2:Lo-Hi
3:Hi-Lo
4: “=”
5:”>”
6:”<”
7:”>=”
8:”<=”
(Read/Write) Select Operators condition for Logic 6
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: Operators condition #3 Logic
B: Operators condition #2 Logic
B: Operators condition #1 Logic
D: Operators condition #0 Logic
Value:
0 : ON
1:OFF
2:Lo-Hi
3:Hi-Lo
4: “=”
5:”>”
6:”<”
7:”>=”
8:”<=”
(Read/Write) Select Operators condition for Logic 7
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: Operators condition #3 Logic
B: Operators condition #2 Logic
B: Operators condition #1 Logic
D: Operators condition #0 Logic
Value:
0 : ON
1:OFF
2:Lo-Hi
3:Hi-Lo
33
0045
40070
R/W
0046
40071
R/W
0047
40072
R/W
0048
40073
R/W
0049
40074
R/W
004A
40075
R/W
004B
40076
R/W
004C
40077
R/W
4: “=”
5:”>”
6:”<”
7:”>=”
8:”<=”
(Read/Write) Select THEN DO for Logic 0
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: condition #3 DO Channel
B: condition #2 DO Channel
B: condition #1 DO Channel
D: condition #0 DO Channel
(Read/Write) Select THEN DO for Logic 1
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: condition #3 DO Channel
B: condition #2 DO Channel
B: condition #1 DO Channel
D: condition #0 DO Channel
(Read/Write) Select THEN DO for Logic 2
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: condition #3 DO Channel
B: condition #2 DO Channel
B: condition #1 DO Channel
D: condition #0 DO Channel
(Read/Write) Select THEN DO for Logic 3
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: condition #3 DO Channel
B: condition #2 DO Channel
B: condition #1 DO Channel
D: condition #0 DO Channel
(Read/Write) Select THEN DO for Logic 4
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: condition #3 DO Channel
B: condition #2 DO Channel
B: condition #1 DO Channel
D: condition #0 DO Channel
(Read/Write) Select THEN DO for Logic 5
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: condition #3 DO Channel
B: condition #2 DO Channel
B: condition #1 DO Channel
D: condition #0 DO Channel
(Read/Write) Select THEN DO for Logic 6
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: condition #3 DO Channel
B: condition #2 DO Channel
B: condition #1 DO Channel
D: condition #0 DO Channel
(Read/Write) Select THEN DO for Logic 7
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
34
004D
40078
R/W
004E
40079
R/W
004F
40080
R/W
0050
40081
R/W
A: condition #3 DO Channel
B: condition #2 DO Channel
B: condition #1 DO Channel
D: condition #0 DO Channel
(Read/Write) Select Operators Action for Logic 0
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: Operators Action #3
B: Operators Action #2
B: Operators Action #1
D: Operators Action #0
Value:
0 : ON
1: OFF
2: Counter reset
3: DO pulse output start
4: DO pulse output stop
5: SNMP Trap
(Read/Write) Select Operators Action for Logic 1
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: Operators Action #3
B: Operators Action #2
B: Operators Action #1
D: Operators Action #0
Value:
0 : ON
1: OFF
2: Counter reset
3: DO pulse output start
4: DO pulse output stop
5: SNMP Trap
(Read/Write) Select Operators Action for Logic 2
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: Operators Action #3
B: Operators Action #2
B: Operators Action #1
D: Operators Action #0
Value:
0 : ON
1: OFF
2: Counter reset
3: DO pulse output start
4: DO pulse output stop
5: SNMP Trap
(Read/Write) Select Operators Action for Logic 3
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: Operators Action #3
B: Operators Action #2
B: Operators Action #1
D: Operators Action #0
Value:
0 : DO ON
1: DO OFF
2: DI Counter reset
35
0051
40082
R/W
0052
40083
R/W
0053
40084
R/W
0054
40085
R/W
3: DO pulse output start
4: DO pulse output stop
5: SNMP Trap
(Read/Write) Select Operators Action for Logic 4
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: Operators Action #3
B: Operators Action #2
B: Operators Action #1
D: Operators Action #0
Value:
0 : ON
1: OFF
2: Counter reset
3: DO pulse output start
4: DO pulse output stop
5: SNMP Trap
(Read/Write) Select Operators Action for Logic 5
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: Operators Action #3
B: Operators Action #2
B: Operators Action #1
D: Operators Action #0
Value:
0 : ON
1: OFF
2: Counter reset
3: DO pulse output start
4: DO pulse output stop
5: SNMP Trap
(Read/Write) Select Operators Action for Logic 6
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: Operators Action #3
B: Operators Action #2
B: Operators Action #1
D: Operators Action #0
Value:
0 : ON
1: OFF
2: Counter reset
3: DO pulse output start
4: DO pulse output stop
5: SNMP Trap
(Read/Write) Select Operators Action for Logic 7
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
A: Operators Action #3
B: Operators Action #2
B: Operators Action #1
D: Operators Action #0
Value:
0 : ON
1: OFF
2: Counter reset
3: DO pulse output start
36
0055
40086
R/W
0056
40087
R/W
0057
40088
R/W
0058
40089
R/W
0059
40090
R/W
005A
40091
R/W
005B
40092
R/W
005C
40093
R/W
005D
40094
R/W
005E
40095
R/W
005F
40096
R/W
0060
40097
R/W
0061
40098
R/W
0062
40099
R/W
4: DO pulse output stop
5: SNMP Trap
(Read/Write) ConditionEnable[0] Rule 0
R: 000X(hex)
W: 000X(hex)
X:0000~1111 0:disable 1:enable
(Read/Write) ConditionEnable[1] Rule 1
R: 000X(hex)
W: 000X(hex)
X:0000~1111 0:disable 1:enable
(Read/Write) ConditionEnable[2] Rule 2
R: 000X(hex)
W: 000X(hex)
X:0000~1111 0:disable 1:enable
(Read/Write) ConditionEnable[3] Rule 3
R: 000X(hex)
W: 000X(hex)
X:0000~1111 0:disable 1:enable
(Read/Write) ConditionEnable[4] Rule 4
R: 000X(hex)
W: 000X(hex)
X:0000~1111 0:disable 1:enable
(Read/Write) ConditionEnable[5] Rule 5
R: 000X(hex)
W: 000X(hex)
X:0000~1111 0:disable 1:enable
(Read/Write) ConditionEnable[6] Rule 6
R: 000X(hex)
W: 000X(hex)
X:0000~1111 0:disable 1:enable
(Read/Write) ConditionEnable[7] Rule 7
R: 000X(hex)
W: 000X(hex)
X:0000~1111 0:disable 1:enable
(Read/Write) CheckTime for Rule 0
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
ABCD: 0~FFFF (sec) 0 sec means trigger once
(Read/Write) CheckTime for Rule 1
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
ABCD: 0~FFFF (sec) 0 sec means trigger once
(Read/Write) CheckTime for Rule 2
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
ABCD: 0~FFFF (sec) 0 sec means trigger once
(Read/Write) CheckTime for Rule 3
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
ABCD: 0~FFFF (sec) 0 sec means trigger once
(Read/Write) CheckTime for Rule 4
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
ABCD: 0~FFFF (sec) 0 sec means trigger once
(Read/Write) CheckTime for Rule 5
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
37
0063
40100
R/W
0064
40101
R/W
0065
40102
R/W
0066
40103
R/W
0067
40104
R/W
0068
40105
R/W
0069
40106
R/W
006A
40107
R/W
006B
40108
R/W
006C
40109
R/W
006D
40110
R/W
006E
40111
R/W
006F
40112
R/W
0070
40113
R/W
ABCD: 0~FFFF (sec) 0 sec means trigger once
(Read/Write) CheckTime for Rule 6
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
ABCD: 0~FFFF (sec) 0 sec means trigger once
(Read/Write) CheckTime for Rule 7
R: ABCD(hex)
W: ABCD(hex)
ABCD: 0~FFFF (sec) 0 sec means trigger once
(Read/Write) ActionEnable for Rule 0
R: 000X(hex)
W: 000X(hex)
X:0000~1111 0:disable 1:enable
(Read/Write) ActionEnable for Rule 1
R: 000X(hex)
W: 000X(hex)
X:0000~1111 0:disable 1:enable
(Read/Write) ActionEnable for Rule 2
R: 000X(hex)
W: 000X(hex)
X:0000~1111 0:disable 1:enable
(Read/Write) ActionEnable for Rule 3
R: 000X(hex)
W: 000X(hex)
X:0000~1111 0:disable 1:enable
(Read/Write) ActionEnable for Rule 4
R: 000X(hex)
W: 000X(hex)
X:0000~1111 0:disable 1:enable
(Read/Write) ActionEnable for Rule 5
R: 000X(hex)
W: 000X(hex)
X:0000~1111 0:disable 1:enable
(Read/Write) ActionEnable for Rule 6
R: 000X(hex)
W: 000X(hex)
X:0000~1111 0:disable 1:enable
(Read/Write) ActionEnable for Rule 7
R: 000X(hex)
W: 000X(hex)
X:0000~1111 0:disable 1:enable
(Read/Write) SMNP Trap Number
R: 000X(hex)
W: 000X(hex)
X:1~4 Trap Number
(Read/Write)SNMP Trap IP1 Lo-Word
R: AABB(hex)
W: AABB(hex)
IP=X.X.AA.BB
(Read/Write)SNMP Trap IP1 Hi-Word
R: AABB(hex)
W: AABB(hex)
IP=AA.BB.X.X
(Read/Write)SNMP Trap IP2 Lo-Word
R: AABB(hex)
W: AABB(hex)
IP=X.X.AA.BB
38
0071
40114
R/W
0072
40115
R/W
0073
40116
R/W
0074
40117
R/W
0075
40118
R/W
0076
40119
R/W
0077
40120
R/W
0078
40121
R/W
0079
40122
R/W
007A
40123
R/W
007B
40124
R/W
007C
40125
R/W
(Read/Write)SNMP Trap IP2 Hi-Word
R: AABB(hex)
W: AABB(hex)
IP=AA.BB.X.X
(Read/Write)SNMP Trap IP3 Lo-Word
R: AABB(hex)
W: AABB(hex)
IP=X.X.AA.BB
(Read/Write)SNMP Trap IP3 Hi-Word
R: AABB(hex)
W: AABB(hex)
IP=AA.BB.X.X
(Read/Write)SNMP Trap IP4 Lo-Word
R: AABB(hex)
W: AABB(hex)
IP=X.X.AA.BB
(Read/Write)SNMP Trap IP4 Hi-Word
R: AABB(hex)
W: AABB(hex)
IP=AA.BB.X.X
(Read/Write) Reset DI counter for Rule 0
R/W: ABCD(hex)
A: Reset #3 DI Channel
B: Reset #2 DI Channel
B: Reset #1 DI Channel
D: Reset #0 DI Channel
(Read/Write) Reset DI counter for Rule 1
R/W: ABCD(hex)
A: Reset #3 DI Channel
B: Reset #2 DI Channel
B: Reset #1 DI Channel
D: Reset #0 DI Channel
(Read/Write) Reset DI counter for Rule 2
R/W: ABCD(hex)
A: Reset #3 DI Channel
B: Reset #2 DI Channel
B: Reset #1 DI Channel
D: Reset #0 DI Channel
(Read/Write) Reset DI counter for Rule 3
R/W: ABCD(hex)
A: Reset #3 DI Channel
B: Reset #2 DI Channel
B: Reset #1 DI Channel
D: Reset #0 DI Channel
(Read/Write) Reset DI counter for Rule 4
R/W: ABCD(hex)
A: Reset #3 DI Channel
B: Reset #2 DI Channel
B: Reset #1 DI Channel
D: Reset #0 DI Channel
(Read/Write) Reset DI counter for Rule 5
R/W: ABCD(hex)
A: Reset #3 DI Channel
B: Reset #2 DI Channel
B: Reset #1 DI Channel
D: Reset #0 DI Channel
(Read/Write) Reset DI counter for Rule 6
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007D
40126
R/W
R/W: ABCD(hex)
A: Reset #3 DI Channel
B: Reset #2 DI Channel
B: Reset #1 DI Channel
D: Reset #0 DI Channel
(Read/Write) Reset DI counter for Rule 7
R/W: ABCD(hex)
A: Reset #3 DI Channel
B: Reset #2 DI Channel
B: Reset #1 DI Channel
D: Reset #0 DI Channel
JetI/O 6550 DI Counter Register Map (Input Register)
Protocol
PLC
Address
Address
(Hex)
(Decimal)
Access
Description
0000
30001
R
Channel 0 DI Counter Value Hi-Word
0001
30002
R
Channel 0 DI Counter Value Low-Word
0002
30003
R
Channel 1 DI Counter Value Hi-Word
0003
30004
R
Channel 1 DI Counter Value Low-Word
0004
30005
R
Channel 2 DI Counter Value Hi-Word
0005
30006
R
Channel 2 DI Counter Value Low-Word
0006
30007
R
Channel 3 DI Counter Value Hi-Word
0007
30008
R
Channel 3 DI Counter Value Low-Word
0008
30009
R
Channel 4 DI Counter Value Hi-Word
0009
30010
R
Channel 4 DI Counter Value Low-Word
000A
30011
R
Channel 5 DI Counter Value Hi-Word
000B
30012
R
Channel 5 DI Counter Value Low-Word
000C
30013
R
Channel 6 DI Counter Value Hi-Word
000D
30014
R
Channel 6 DI Counter Value Low-Word
000E
30015
R
Channel 7 DI Counter Value Hi-Word
000F
30016
R
Channel 7 DI Counter Value Low-Word
0010
30017
R
Channel 8 DI Counter Value Hi-Word
0011
30018
R
Channel 8 DI Counter Value Low-Word
0012
30019
R
Channel 9 DI Counter Value Hi-Word
0013
30020
R
Channel 9 DI Counter Value Low-Word
0014
30021
R
Channel 10 DI Counter Value Hi-Word
0015
30022
R
Channel 10 DI Counter Value Low-Word
0016
30023
R
Channel 11 DI Counter Value Hi-Word
0017
30024
R
Channel 11 DI Counter Value Low-Word
0018
30025
R
Channel 12 DI Counter Value Hi-Word
0019
30026
R
Channel 12 DI Counter Value Low-Word
001A
30027
R
Channel 12 DI Counter Value Hi-Word
001B
30028
R
Channel 12 DI Counter Value Low-Word
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JetI/O 6550 Digital Input Register Map (Input Status)
Protocol
PLC
Address
Address
(Hex)
(Decimal)
Access
Description
0000
10001
R
Channel 0 Digital input signal
0001
10002
R
Channel 1 Digital input signal
0002
10003
R
Channel 2 Digital input signal
0003
10004
R
Channel 3 Digital input signal
0004
10005
R
Channel 4 Digital input signal
0005
10006
R
Channel 5 Digital input signal
0006
10007
R
Channel 6 Digital input signal
0007
10008
R
Channel 7 Digital input signal
0009
10009
R
Channel 8 Digital input signal
000A
10010
R
Channel 9 Digital input signal
000B
10011
R
Channel 10 Digital input signal
000C
10012
R
Channel 11 Digital input signal
000D
10013
R
Channel 12 Digital input signal
000E
10014
R
Channel 13 Digital input signal
JetI/O 6550 Digital Output Register Map (Coil Status)
Protocol
PLC
Address
Address
(Hex)
(Decimal)
Access
Description
0000
00001
R/W
Channel 0 Digital Output signal
0001
00002
R/W
Channel 1 Digital Output signal
0002
00003
R/W
Channel 2 Digital Output signal
0003
00004
R/W
Channel 3 Digital Output signal
0004
00005
R/W
Channel 4 Digital Output signal
0005
00006
R/W
Channel 5 Digital Output signal
0006
00007
R/W
Channel 6 Digital Output signal
0007
00008
R/W
Channel 7 Digital Output signal
Note: When the host failed, writing output coil is invalid and return exception code 04.
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6. Appendix
6.1
SNMP MIB
An SNMP to I/O MIB file that can help you monitor I/O status with SNMP software. You
can find the MIB file on the package.
(I). Public- System MIB:
Object ID
Description
(OID)
sysDescr
Community,
R/W Access
The sysDescr directive is used to define the system
Public,
description of the host on which the SNMP agent
Read Only
(server) is running. This description is used for the
sysDescr object instance of the MIB-II.
SYNTAX: DisplayString (SIZE (0..31))
sysObjectID
The vendor's authoritative identification of the
Public,
network management subsystem contained in the
Read Only
entity. This value is allocated within the SMI
enterprises subtree.
SYNTAX: DisplayString (SIZE (0..31))
sysUpTime
The sysUpTime directive is used to measures the
Public,
time, in hundredths of a second, since the last
Read Only
system restart.
SYNTAX: DisplayString (SIZE (0..31))
sysContact
The sysContact directive is used to define the system
Public,
contact address used for the sysContact object
Read Only
instance of the MIB-II.
SYNTAX: DisplayString (SIZE (0..31))
sysName
The sysName directive is a string containing an
Public,
administratively-assigned name for the system
Read Only
running the SNMP agent. By convention, this should
be its fully-qualified domain name.
SYNTAX: DisplayString (SIZE (0..31))
sysLocation
The sysLocation directive is used to define the
Public,
location of the host on which the SNMP agent
Read Only
(server) is running. This directive is used for the
sysLocation object instance of the MIB-II.
SYNTAX: DisplayString (SIZE (0..31))
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(II).Private MIB - Intelligent I/O Server – 6510
Object ID (OID)
Description
Community,
R/W Access
eioDIxxMode
Digital input mode (0: DI;
xx: 00-13
Others: return Illegal Data Value)
1: Counter;
Private,
Read/Write
SYNTAX INTEGER ( 0..65535 )
eioDIxxStatus
Digital input status,
Private,
xx: 00-13
SYNTAX BIT ( 0/1 )
Read Only
eioDIxxCounterValue
DI counter value,
Private,
xx: 00-13
SYNTAX DWORD (32 bits)
Read Only
eioDIxxClearCounter
DI Clear Counter Value
Private,
xx: 00-13
Read always: 0
Read/Write
Write: 1: Clear counter value
0: return Illegal Data Value
SYNTAX BIT ( 0/1 )
eioDIxxCounterOverflow
DI Counter Overflow Status
Private,
xx: 00-13
Read: 0: Normal
Read/Write
1: Overflow
Write: 0: clear overflow status
1: return Illegal Data Value
SYNTAX BIT ( 0/1 )
eioDOxxMode
Digital output mode (0: DO; 1: Pulse;
Private,
xx: 00-7
Others: return Illegal Data Value)
Read/Write
SYNTAX INTEGER ( 0..65535 )
eioDOxxStatus,
Digital output status,
Private,
xx: 00-07
SYNTAX BIT ( 0/1 )
Read/Write
eioDIxxPulseCount
DO Pulse Output Count Value
Private,
xx: 00-07
SYNTAX DWORD (32 bits)
Read/Write
eioDIxxPulseWidth
DO Pulse Low Signal Width
Private,
xx: 00-07
SYNTAX INTEGER ( 0..65535 )
Read/Write
eioDOxxPowerOnValue
Digital output power-on value register
Private,
xx: 00-07
Channel 0 – Channel 7
Read Only
SYNTAX INTEGER ( 0..65535 )
eioDOxxSafetyValue
Digital output safety value register
Private,
xx: 00-07
Channel 0 – Channel 7
Read Only
SYNTAX INTEGER ( 0..65535 )
eioFirmwareVersion
Firmware Version,
Private,
SYNTAX INTEGER ( 0..65535 )
Read Only
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6.2
Revision History
Version
Description
0.1
First draft version.
0.1-Jan.10
Revised some wording, add how to
Date
Jan. 10, 2008
upgrade firmware. Correct the latest
figures.
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