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TCP IP
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ELETTRONICA
TCP/IP-INT
Telemetry via Internet
Interface
TCP/IP-INT
FEATURES
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Allows the telemetry of RVR equipments remotely, through Internet
network, or a local LAN network in standard TCP/IP protocol
Allows the reading of equipment values linked to the interface through
a common PC’s browser (HTTP)
Can receive start and stop commands and send alarms by e-mail
(SMTP)
Built-in a powerful 16bit DSP Bit of 52MIPS to control all advanced
features
ELETTRONICA
General Descriptions
The TCP/IP interface opens the telemetry of RVR equipments to the Internet world.
It is designed in order to connect to an ADSL router or to a LAN network
with server DHCP internet function any RVR equipment predisposed for
the telemetry with TELECON via RS232.
It uses a powerful 16bit DSP Bit of 52MIPS and it is equipped with standard power supply input.
It realizes the telemetry remotely through a “tunnel” in Internet network, or
a local LAN network in standard TCP/IP protocol.
Every equipment is identified from a owner static address (for example
192.168.0.244) or through a DNS server can be identified from a name (for
example RADIO RVR ELETTRONICA).
The address is connected as DHCP client.
SECURITY ACCESS: the security is guaranteed in the access through
LOGIN with User ID and Password; moreover it is guaranteed through 2
levels password (User and Administrator). E-MAIL MESSAGES: the alarms come signal to you by e-mail. The start
and stop commands are given from outside through e-mail (SMTP)
After login the TCP/IP it comes seen with a browser in HTTP server and
some menu available are:
Status
Ready...
Frequency
User Name
RVR
Password
*********
0 KHz
2.7 W
Reflected Power
Active alarms
Login
Ready...
TYPE
NAME
2
TIME
DATE
VALUE
35
11.9 V
0.8 A
Temperature
24.9 C
% Power Out
10.2 %
On Air
On State
On State
Power Set OK
Off State
General
ALARM State
Unlock
Reset
0 W
Pa Voltage
PA Current
Remote
Main menu
87.66 MHz
Modulation
Forward Power
Absent State
S.W.R
OK State
Ext R.F. Mute
No Mute State
Device
Show all the device information
Audio Alarm
Device status
Read all the device data and navigate to the showing page
Ext Forward Power
0 W
Device settings
Allow the user to change the device settings
Alarms
Show the last ten active alarms
Ext Reflected Power
0 W
Network settings
Allow you to set up the network parameters
General settings
Allow you to set up all the parameters for the application behaviour
Commands
Allow you to perform command on the TCP/IP interface
Present State
It is possible to give enabling or disabling commands to the equipment,
read values of power etc.
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