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Installation and Operation Manual
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Installation and Operation Manual
Relay Sentinel
Manual Update: 04/13/2009
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Relay Sentinel Installation and Operation Manual
Table of Contents
Section Title
Page #
Introduction..............................................................................................................3
Safety Information ...................................................................................................3
Who to Contact for Help .........................................................................................3
Product Overview ....................................................................................................4
Inspection.................................................................................................................4
Installation ..............................................................................................................4
Surge Protection ................................................................................................4
UPS Standby Power System .............................................................................4
“NET” Network connector ...............................................................................4
POWER connector ............................................................................................4
Relay Connection ..............................................................................................5
Power and relay activity LED’s.........................................................................5
On-board 5VDC power source ..........................................................................5
Chassis ground ..................................................................................................5
Web Setup/Operation ...............................................................................................5
Ethernet “Quick Start” guide.............................................................................5
Opening the LOGIN Web Page .........................................................................8
“Login” Web Page ............................................................................................9
“Monitor/Control” Web Page ..........................................................................10
“User Setup” Web Page ..................................................................................11
“Relay Setup” Web Page .................................................................................12
“Email/Network Setup” Web Page ..................................................................13
Restoring Network Factory Defaults...............................................................13
“Show Log” Web Page ...................................................................................15
“About” Web Page...........................................................................................16
WEBSITE:
Visit our web site for
product updates and
additional information.
Specifications.........................................................................................................17
Warranty.................................................................................................................18
Declaration of Conformity.....................................................................................19
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for your purchase of a Broadcast Tools® Relay Sentinel™ Web
enabled three-relay module (referred to as the Relay Sentinel™ throughout this
manual). We’re confident that this product will give you many years of
dependable service. This manual is intended to give you all the information
needed to install and operate the Broadcast Tools® Relay Sentinel™.
SAFETY INFORMATION
CAUTION!
Broadcast Tools®
Products, as with any
electronic device, can
fail without warning.
Do not use this product
in applications where a
life threatening condition
could result due to failure.
Only qualified personnel should install Broadcast Tools® products. Incorrect or
inappropriate use and/or installation could result in a hazardous condition.
Broadcast Tools, Inc., is unable to support NON-Broadcast Tools software, hardware or
NON-Broadcast Tools computer/hardware/software problems. If you experience these
problems, please research your hardware/software instruction manuals or contact the manufacturers technical support department.
NOTE:
This manual should be
read thoroughly before
installation and operation.
WHO TO CONTACT FOR HELP
If you have any questions regarding your product or you need assistance, please contact your distributor from whom you purchased this equipment.
If you would like more information about Broadcast Tools® products, you may
reach us at:
Broadcast Tools, Inc.
131 State Street
Sedro-Woolley, WA 98284-1540 USA
Voice: 360.854.9559
Fax: 866.783.1742
WEBSITE:
Visit our web site for
product updates and
additional information.
Internet Home Page: www.broadcasttools.com
E-mail:
support@broadcasttools.com
THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING
BROADCAST TOOLS® BRAND PRODUCTS!
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Product Overview
The Relay Sentinel™ is the fastest, easiest, least expensive, and most reliable way
to remotely control and/or monitor equipment over any IP network including private
networks, IP-based industrial control networks, and the Internet. Users can operate
the product using a web browser or web-enabled mobile device, while email notification may be configured to alert up to four recipients when alarms are detected.
The user may also enable a sound effect to play when an alarm is generated.
Logging of relay status, along with the site ID text may be emailed from once an
hour to once a day. The Relay Sentinel™ has three low-signal SPDT relays that can
individually switch up to 1 Amp at 28V. Each relay can be turned on, off, pulsed or
timed latched using the built in web pages.
The Relay Sentinel™ may be paired with the Status Sentinel™ to form a
“Relay Extension Cord”.
CAUTION!
Installation of the Relay
Sentinel™ in high RF
environments should be
performed with care.
The station ground
should be connected to
the designated chassis
ground terminal or
chassis ground screw
using a 20 to 24-gauge
wire.
Inspection
Please examine your Relay Sentinel™ carefully for any damage that may have been
sustained during shipping. If any damage is noted, please notify the shipper immediately and retain the packaging for inspection by the shipper. The package should
contain the Relay Sentinel™, this manual and/or CD, 7 foot BLUE straight-through
CAT 5 cable, 7 foot GRAY crossover CAT 5 cable, and the 7.5 VDC @ 500ma wall
transformer.
Installation
Surge Protection
The Relay Sentinel™ has built-in resistance to voltage changes; we recommend that
you use a power surge protector or line conditioner on the incoming AC line.
Lightning strikes and/or other high voltage surges may damage your Relay
Sentinel™ and connected equipment if it is not properly protected. For lightning
protection devices, check out www.polyphaser.com and www.itwlinx.com.
UPS Standby Power System
We recommend that you connect your Relay Sentinel™ to a UPS system. A UPS
helps minimize the risk to the Relay Sentinel™ and provides power during a power
outage.
“NET” network RJ45 connector
Connect one end of the supplied CAT5 (straight or crossover) cable to the desired
ETHERNET (WAN/LAN) or PC port.
POWER 7.5 VDC connector
This is the connector used to power the unit. Never use any type of power supply
other than the specified power supply.
OVERVIEW
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K1, K2, K3, relay connections
Equipment to be controlled by the relays should be connected to the terminals
labeled K1, K2, K3, NC (normally closed), CM (common) and/or NO (normally
open). The terminals labeled 5VDC and GND may be used to supply five volts DC
at 100ma (max) to external equipment.
Power LED
Indicates power is applied.
Relay- K1, K2, K3 LED
Illuminates when the selected relay is activated.
On-board 5VDC power source
The on-board five-volt DC power source may be used to power external equipment.
The supply is current limited to 100ma. Connections should be made to the “5VDC”
and “GND” terminals.
CAUTION!
NEVER DOWNLOAD
FIRMWARE UPDATES
OR CHANGES TO
THE XPORT WEBSERVER
UNLESS
INSTRUCTED TO DO
SO BY BROADCAST
TOOLS®. DOING SO
DELETES ALL SOFTWARE AND VOIDS
ALL WARRANTIES
FROM BROADCAST
TOOLS, INC.
Chassis (CHS) GND connector
Connect the station ground to this terminal.
Web Setup/Operation
Ethernet “Quick Start” guide
CAUTION! If you are not familiar with Ethernet enabled equipment, it may be useful to contact your IT department, network administrator or network consultant for
help. Assigning an IP address already in use by another device may cause problems
with your network! Instructions for changing the IP address of the computer that
will be used for the configuration of this product are given here. Note that these
instructions are specifically for computers with the Windows XP operating system.
For setup using other operating systems, refer to the appropriate OS users manual.
WEBSITE:
Visit our web site for
product updates and
additional information.
Step 1: Open the control panel by clicking on the start menu, click on settings, then
click on Control Panel. (Note that the control panel shown is in “Classic View”. If
control panel is in “Category View” select the “Classic View” option before proceeding.)
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Step 2: Double click on the icon labeled Network Connections. The following
menu will pop up.
Step 3: Right click on the icon labeled Local Area Connection. Another menu will
appear. Select the option at the bottom of the menu labeled Properties. The Local
Area Connection Properties window will appear.
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Step 4: On the Local Area Connection Properties page, double click on Internet
Protocol (TCP/IP) to display properties.
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product updates and
additional information.
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Step 5: Before making any changes to the network settings, write down the current
settings (or screen capture the page and print) so that they can be restored once the
unit is configured. Next, select the radio button labeled “Use the following IP
address” and type in the IP address 192.168.1.60. Type in the subnet mask of
255.255.255.0. Leave the default gateway field blank. Click OK to apply the new
settings.
Opening the LOGIN Web Page
1. Connect the supplied GRAY colored XOVER cable between the PC’s Ethernet
port and the products NETWORK RJ45’s jack.
2. Connect the supplied 7.5 VDC power supply to the product’s power jack labeled
Power 7.5 VDC. Verify that the green POWER LED and left “LINK” LED
above the “NET” Network RJ-45 are illuminated
Ethernet (NETWORK) port LED indicator functions
3. Open the product’s login page by typing the following URL into the browser:
http://192.168.1.55 A username and password is required to change any parameter and are case sensitive.
Factory “Login” defaults:
username:
admin (lower case)
password:
1234
4. Once you are logged in, follow this manual for setup and/or operational information.
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“Login” Web Page
The Login screen displays the Username and Password entry points.
After you have successfully logged in, the Monitor/Control page will be displayed.
Depending on your access level, you may or may not be able to control or modify
the product’s configuration.
WEBSITE:
Visit our web site for
product updates and
additional information.
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“Monitor/Control” Web Page
The Monitor/Control page allows the monitoring of each relay via each status LED.
The relays may be configured for one of four states. OFF, ON, Pulse with selectable
length of 100 to 2000 milliseconds and reboot with selectable duration of 1 to 30
minutes.
When the desired state and duration is completed, the “SUBMIT” button MUST be
pressed to activate the function.
The user defined Site ID, Time and Date is also displayed.
To select other pages (if authorized), make your selection under the left hand
Navigation column.
Output Relay Label: Used to identify the relay.
Status:
Illuminates when each relay is activated.
State:
Determines the state a relay will function
Duration:
Allows the user to select the timing for pulse or reboot operation.
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“User Setup” Web Page
NOTE:
After any item has been
changed, you MUST
press the “Save
Settings” button for
your changes to be
saved.
This page can only be configured with (factory default) the “admin” access level.
The site ID may be used to display up to 29 numbers and/or characters labels.
Eight Usernames and Passwords may be configured for up to three access levels.
1. “Admin” allows complete product configuration access.
2. “Monitor/Control” allows the following access:
About, Monitor/Control, Show log, Help, and Logout.
WEBSITE:
Visit our web site for
product updates and
additional information.
3. “Monitor Only” allows the following access:
About, Monitor only, Help, and Logout.
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“Relay Setup” Web Page
Output Relay Label: Used to identify the relay.
Relay ON:
This box must be checked to enable email alarms. The box
labeled 1,2,3,4 allows the user to enable up to four different
email addresses.
Relay OFF:
This box must be checked to email alarms. The box labeled
1,2,3,4 allows the user to enable up to four different email
addresses.
NOTE: By enabling the ON and/or OFF monitoring and NOT enabling an
email box, the device will log the events, but not send an email. If the device is exiting a OFF alarm condition, then the email addresses used will be those notified when
the OFF alarm condition was entered.
Page Refresh Time: This option specifies how often the web page is automatically refreshed in seconds.
NOTE: After any item has been changed, you MUST press the “Save Settings” button for your changes to be saved.
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“Email/Network Setup” Web Page
WEBSITE:
Visit our web site for
product updates and
additional information.
Restoring Network Factory Defaults
The Relay Sentinel™ factory defaults may be restored by shorting pins 3 & 4 on the module RJ11 jack while powering up the product. Remove the short after 3 seconds.
HTTP Server Address:
HTTP Server Net mask:
HTTP Server Gateway:
Enter a static IP address here. Default:
Enter the Net mask here:
Default:
Enter the Gateway IP here: Default:
192.168.1.55
255.255.255.0
192.168.1.1
HTTP Port:
Site ID:
SMTP Server Address:
Normally Port 80
Default:
80
Enter text to identify the site, location, etc.
The user can enter either an IP address in the xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
format or a URI in the form smtp.comcast.net. In order to
resolve the URI, a working DNS server must be present or it’s
IP address entered into the system.
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SMTP Port:
Normally Port 25
Return Address:
Enter your return email here.
Default:
25
NOTE: The user must enter the following items before an email can be successfully sent:
SMTP Server Address, SMTP Port, Return Address, Host ID and Recipient Address 1. The
test email is sent to email recipient address 1. The user should press the “Save Settings”
button after entering the SMTP information before attempting an email test.
SMTP Port:
Normally Port 25
Default:
Return Address:
Enter your return email address here.
25
NOTE: After entering the return email address, you can test email operation by pressing
the “Send Test Email” button.
Host ID:
Enter something here, to identify the host.
Logging Email Address:
IP address for the “Logging” email recipient (may be different from the four “Alarm” Recipient Addresses.
Logging Interval (Hours):
This determines how often the input status is emailed. If
set to 0 (zero), no email will be sent. Default: 1
“Alarm” Recipient Addresses: Email Recipient 1
Email Recipient 2
Email Recipient 3
Email Recipient 4
Listening Port:
Enter the port of the Status Sentinel™. Normally 10001
Listening Enabled:
Normally unchecked unless paired with the Status
Sentinel™ to form a “Relay Extension Cord”.
Backup DNS Server IP Add:
Enter your DNS address here.
Default: 192.168.1.1
NTP Server Address:
Enter the NTP address here.
Default: pool.ntp.org
NTP Port:
Default:
123
NTP Update Interval (Min):Time between timing updates.
Default:
30
NTP Enabled:
Must be enabled for correct timing. Default: Enabled
Time Zone Offset from UTC:
Must be set for correct timing. Default:
-8
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NOTE: After you are done making changes to the Email/Network Setup page, you
MUST press the “Save Settings” button to save your changes. After pressing the
“Save Settings” button, the device will reboot (If you changed the IP address, you
must navigate your web browser to the new IP address (if the HTTP port was
changed from port 80, be sure to add the new port number after the IP:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:port #). If you didn’t change the IP address, then the web page will
return to the login screen after the device reboots.
Send Test Email:
Press this button to send a test email.
Reload Defaults:
When you press the “Reload Defaults” button, the device
resets and if the IP address was changed, you must navigate
your web browser to the new IP address (if the HTTP port
was changed from port 80, be sure to add the new port number after the IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:port #). If you didn’t
change the IP address, then the web page will return to the
login screen after the device reboots.
“Show Log” Web Page
WEBSITE:
Visit our web site for
product updates and
additional information.
This page displays current alarms.
With the “admin” access level, the user may control all functions.
With the “Monitor/Control” access level, the user may view the “Show Log”,
enable/disable PC speaker sound and silence alarms.
NOTE: Shock Wave “Flash” must be installed and operating properly on your PC
for the “Alarm Sound” to work when enabled.
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“About” Web Page
The “About” Web Page displays the product name, firmware version numbers, and
Broadcast Tools® Web site link.
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Specifications
Ethernet Interface:
RJ-45, 10base-T or 100base-TX, auto sensing with
link & activity led indicators
- Full/half duplex.
Protocols:
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, ARP, ICMP, SNMP, TFTP, Telnet,
DHCP, BOOTP, HTTP, and AutoIP.
Relays:
Three SPDT dry contacts, 30 VDC, one amp.
On-board 5VDC Power Source:
Five-volts DC, current limited to 100ma.
Connectors:
Removable euroblock screw terminals
EMI / FCC Compliance:
See the Declaration of Conformity page.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
and 2) this device must accept any interference
received, including that which may cause undesired
operation.
Required power supply:
7.5 VDC only @ 500ma. 2.1mm ID x 5.5mm OD
coaxial connector. Surge protected. Domestic PS
supplied.
Operating Temperature:
32 to 122 °F / 0 to 50 °C for all operating voltage
ranges.
Humidity:
0 - 90% RH, non-condensing.
Size:
6.18” x 3.70” x 1.42” (L,W,H)
Weight:
1.0 lb.
Options:
* LR-5, 5 pole mechanical latching relay.
* CE certified 240 VAC power supply.
* RA-1, 1-RU rack shelf.
Note: Velcro may be used to secure the product to
the RA-1 shelf.
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additional information.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
The term “Buyer” as used in this document refers to and includes both (but only) (a) any person or entity who acquires such an item for
the purpose of resale to others (i.e., a dealer or distributor of an item), and (b) the first person or entity who acquires such an item for
such person’s or entity’s own use.
Broadcast Tools warrants to each Buyer of any item manufactured by Broadcast Tools that the item will be free from defects in materials and workmanship at the time it is shipped by Broadcast Tools if the item is properly installed, used and maintained.
EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES
If Broadcast Tools is notified, in writing, of a failure of any item manufactured by Broadcast Tools to conform to the foregoing Limited
Warranty within one (1) year following the date of the Buyer’s acquisition of the item, and if the item is returned to Broadcast Tools in
accordance with Broadcast Tools’ instructions for confirmation by inspection of the defect (which at Broadcast Tools’ election may
include, without limitation, a requirement that the Buyer first obtain a Return Authorization number from Broadcast Tools, that the Buyer
furnish proof of purchase in the form of an invoice and/or receipt, and that the Buyer prepay all freight charges associated with any return
of the item to Broadcast Tools using such freight service as Broadcast Tools reasonably may specify), Broadcast Tools will repair or
replace the defective item, or will refund the purchase price paid by the Buyer for the item. Broadcast Tools shall have the exclusive
right to choose between these alternative remedies.
NO OTHER WARRANTIES OR REMEDIES
TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, BROADCAST TOOLS AND ITS SUPPLIERS DISCLAIM ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE; AND THE FOREGOING ALTERNATIVE REMEDIES SHALL BE EXCLUSIVE OF
ALL OTHER REMEDIES. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS. YOU MAY HAVE OTHER RIGHTS,
WHICH VARY FROM STATE/JURISDICTION TO STATE/JURISDICTION.
NO LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, NEITHER BROADCAST TOOLS NOR ANY OF ITS SUPPLIERS
SHALL HAVE ANY LIABILITY FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES WHATSOEVER (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY DAMAGES FOR LOST PROFITS, BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, LOSS OF DATA OR
INFORMATION, COST OF CAPITAL, CLAIMS OF CUSTOMERS, OR ANY OTHER PECUNIARY LOSS) ARISING OUT OF THE USE
OF OR THE INABILITY TO USE ANY ITEM SUPPLIED BY BROADCAST TOOLS, EVEN IF BROADCAST TOOLS HAS BEEN
ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES HAVE ANY LIABILITY FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL,
EXEMPLARY OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES. THIS LIMITATION OF LIABILITY APPLIES WHETHER A CLAIM IS ONE ALLEGING
BREACH OF A CONTRACT OR WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORT, FOR THE VIOLATION OF ANY STATUTORY DUTY,
THE FAILURE OF ANY LIMITED OR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY TO ACHIEVE ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE, OR ANY OTHER CLAIM OF
ANY NATURE. BECAUSE SOME STATES AND JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, THIS LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
Broadcast Tools, Inc.
131 State Street
Sedro-Woolley, WA 98284 • USA
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Declaration of Conformity
The XPORT Device contained in the Relay Sentinel™ conforms to the following
standards: (according to ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN 45014)
Manufacturer’s Name & Address:
Relay Sentinel™: Broadcast Tools®, Inc.
131 State Street, Sedro Woolley, WA 98284-1503 USA
XPort: Lantronix 15353 Barranca Parkway, Irvine, CA 92618 USA
Declares that the following product:
Product Name Model: XPORT™ Device Server
Conforms to the following standards or other normative documents:
Electromagnetic Emissions:
EN55022: 1998 (IEC/CSPIR22: 1993) Radiated RF emissions, 30MHz-1000MHz
Conducted RF Emissions – Telecom Lines – 150KHz – 30MHz
FCC Part 15, Subpart B, Class B
IEC 1000-3-2/A14: 2000
IEC 1000-3-3: 1994
Electromagnetic Immunity:
EN55024: 1998 Information Technology Equipment-Immunity Characteristics
Direct ESD, Contact Discharge
Indirect ESD
Radiated RF Electromagnetic Field Test
Electrical Fast Transient/Burst Immunity
RF Common Mode Conducted Susceptibility
Power Frequency Magnetic Field Test
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Manufacturer’s Contact:
Relay Sentinel™
Broadcast Tools®, Inc.
131 State Street
Sedro Woolley, WA 98284-1503 USA
Tel: 360 . 854 . 9559 Fax: 866 . 783 . 1742
XPORT™
Lantronix:
Director of Quality Assurance
15353 Barranca Parkway, Irvine, CA 92618 USA
Tel: 949 . 453 . 3990 Fax: 949 . 453 . 3995
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