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Expert EX-9132-2 User`s manual
EX9132C-DIO
Digital I/O User’s Manual
1. Specification
2. Hardware
3. Wiring
4. Command Set
5. Converter Configuration
6. Self-Testing
7. Appendix A------------FAQ
8. Appendix B -----------Pin outs and Cable Wiring
1. Specification
Digital Input
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Channel numbers : 2 Port
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Active High / Active Low Selectable
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Isolation voltage : 3.75K Vrms
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Status indicator : 2 input status LED display
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Wet contact : Logic level 0 : 0~1 V MAX , Logic level 1 : 3.3V ~ 30 V MAX
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External Dry contact : Logic level 0 : close to GND , Logic level 1 : open
Digital Output
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Relay output
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Channel numbers : 2 Port
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Relay coil voltage : 5V
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Contact rating: 24VDC @ 10A
120VAC @ 10A
240VAC @ 7A
Others
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Power : DC 5 V , 150 mA@5V (Full ON)
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Output screw terminal voltage 5V or 12V
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Led Lamp :
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Environment : Operating Temperature: 0℃∼70℃
DI-1 ,DI-2 , DO-1 , DO-2
Storage Temperature : -10℃∼80℃
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Dimensions : 75 * 35 * 20 mm ( W * D * H )
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Weight :
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Power consumption: < 1W
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RoHS : Compliant with RoHS
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Regulatory Approvals : EMC : FCC Class A, CE Class A
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WARRANTY :
50 gm
1 year
2. Hardware
Interface :
Block Diagram:
3.Wiring:
Digital Output
Digital Input
4. Command Set
When you connect the socket port of Digital I/O : 101
It will return the status of the TTL Digital I/O ; the default value is “11111111”
TTL Digital I/O total has 8 pins ; but the Digital I/O module is DO *2 & DI*2
DO-1 is pin 7 ; DO-2 is pin 8 ; DI- 1 is pin 5 ; DI- 2 is pin 6
Digital Output Command set is easy for you, The default of every pin is “11111111” . it is active
low for Digital I/O , when you want to set DO-1 ( PIN 7 ) active , The command set is “ 070 “,“07”
mean pin nr.“0” mean low status of Digital I/O pin 7. It will return the value “11111101” from digital I/O
port.
If you want to change the Digital Output Status to High , The command set is “071 “ , It will return the
value “11111111” from digital i/o port.
You can use Hyper-Terminal to control DO & mornitor DI status :
Press Dial-up , converter will response Digital I/O status “11111111” to Host
Digital I/O set pin 07 & 08 as Digital Output , set pin 05 &06 as Digital Input
When you want to set DO-1 active , type “070”and press Enter key ,
it will return “11111101” status to Host
We will set DO-1 link to DI-1 , when DO-1 active ,DI-1 is active too
Pls see following response.
Set DO-1 to off , type “071”and press enter key , it will return “11111111” status to Host , Due to DI-1 is link
to DO-1 , DO-1 off , DI-1 is off too
Digital Input Status : You can connect to the digital I/O port socket .
It will return the status of 8 pins of Digital I/O – “11111111”
5 Converter Configuration
Initial IP Configuration
When setting up your converter for the first time, the first thing you should do is
configure the IP address. This chapter introduces the method to configure the device
server’s IP address.
For more details about network settings, see “Web Console
Configuration”. in next sub section.
For quick and easy start , We suggest you to reference “Quick Installation Guide”
manual.
The following topics are covered in this chapter:
□□ Device Management Utility
□□ Menu “View”
□□ Menu “Config”
Device Management Utility
On PC we provide a Device Management Utility named ExpertDAQETM.exe which
is an executable program in Windows 32 bit environments.
ExpertDAQETM
Setup Tool is used to detect and setup the installed converters.
It uses UDP
broadcast packets to query and configure converters on the network.
When you activate the tool, it will detect the existence of the installed converters
and depict the converters’ status such as IP address, Subnet Mask, MAC Address,
and Device ID (see Figure 3.1).
time.
The Setup Tool only can setup one converter at a
Thus if there are more than one converter on the network, please shut down
or disconnect other converters. Otherwise the ExpertDAQETM.exe can not detect
the converter. Other similar issues, you may reference to Q&A in Appendix A.
Due to the nature of broadcast UDP packets, ExpertDAQETM has following
characteristics:
□□ Broadcast packets aren’t limited by subnet. Even if the IP address of the
converters and the computer running ExpertDAQETM do not belong to the
same subnet, it still works fine.
□□ Broadcast packets can not pass routers. ExpertDAQETM can only be used to
monitor devices with computer running ExpertDAQETM in the same segment
of local area network
(Figure 5.1)
Menu “View”
□□ View -> Refresh F5
Refresh the status. ExpertDAQETM will send another query to get updated
information.(see Figure 5.2).
Note: Always run the “View-> Refresh” after any data change.
(Figure 5.2)
□□ View -> Exit Alt+F4
Exit from the program (see Figure 5.2).
Menu “Config”
□□ Config -> IP Address (see Figure5.3)
(Figure 5.3)
Press ENTER or select [IP Address] in the [Config] menu, a dialog will be
shown (see Figure 5.4).
Note : Because ExpertDAQETM uses broadcast UDP packets, for the sake of
security, it allows configuration only when device's setup password
is empty.
(Figure 5.4)
Assign an IP Address with the same Subnet Mask of your computer, avoiding
any IP conflict with other network devices.
When you press [Ok] button, the IP address will be refreshed in 2~3 seconds.
(see Figure 5.5).
(Figure 5.5)
Web Console Configuration
In addition to basic IP address and subnet mask, specific device settings can
be set through HTTP protocol with popular browsers, e.g. Internet Explorer,
Netscape, etc.
Setup of the converters is as easy as surfing on WWW, no
special software will be required.
Press [Alt]+[Enter] or select [Device
Settings] in the [Config] menu, will open a new window in browser to
login into the device. Alternatively, if the IP address of the converter is
already known, you can connect to the converter directly by providing its IP
address in the URL field of browsers.
The following topics are covered in this chapter:
□□Controller Status
●
The Login Page
●
Field Description
□□Controller Setup
●
The Setup Page
●
Field Description
□□Controller Updated
□□Factory Default Setting
Controller Status
The Login Page
Setup of EX-9132 Series TCP/IP converter is as easy as surfing on WWW,
no special software will be required. Popular Browsers, such as IE, or
Netscape, can easily do the setup process. In the browser URL field, set the
IP address of device directly, To enter the “Controller Status” page, please
follow the steps below.
□□ Open your browser. This chapter will use IE as an example.
□□ In the browser URL field, type the IP address of the converter directly and
press ENTER. (The IP address is what you set using the Device
Management Utility.)
□□ The “Controller Status” page will be shown (see Figure 3.6).
(Figure 5.6)
Field Description
□□ System time elapsed
The time elapsed since start of this device in [Day Hour : Minute : Second]
format. This information can be useful in identifying the reliability of
system.
□□ Firmware version
Converter firmware is identified by date code.
This information will be
required in looking for technical support.
□□ Serial number
Converter is consisted “Type Number (5 digits) and an unique MAC (Media
Access Control) address used by Ethernet in hex format, 8 digits.
□□ Password(Setup Login)
This field is the administration password for authentication. Factory default
is “empty”. However, it is not recommended to leave it empty in field
operation. If you could not login, it means you have to key in the password.
If you do not know the password you can turn off the power and then use
any point tip to push “Reset” button and hold it to turn on the power at the
same time for 5 seconds. The password will be reset to the factory
default as “empty”.
EX-9132 Series TCP/IP converter uses the same password protection
mechanism commonly used in Windows NT or UNIX. If there are more
than “3 consecutive failures” in password check during login, the login
function will be disabled for “15 minutes”. During this 15 minutes period,
even if you supply correct password, login will not proceed. This prevents
intruders from finding the password by computer generated program.
Controller Setup
□□ The Setup Page
Type the correct password in the “Password” field and click the [Login]
button in the “Controller Status” page, then the “Controller Setup” page will
appear (see Figure 3.7).
Note: If you forget the password or can’t login successfully, please contact
the manufacturer directly.
(Figure 5.7)
□□ Field Description
□□ IP Address
The IP address of EX-9132 Series TCP/IP converter, 4 digits separated by
'.'
Don’t let it conflict with the other devices on the network.
If DHCP client mode is enabled and there's a DHCP server on the network,
this field will be assigned by DHCP server automatically.
□□ Subnet mask
Subnet mask of the network EX-9132 Series TCP/IP converter has
connected to.
“255.255.255.0” is usually used for small network,
“255.255.0.0” for larger network, 4 digits separated by '.'
If your IP address is provided by an ISP or the internal network
administrator, please inquire of them that information and type it correctly.
If DHCP client mode is enabled and there's a DHCP server on the network,
this field will be assigned by DHCP server automatically.
□□ Gateway address
Gateway or Router IP address.
'Gateway' is a device which connects
local network to external network. If you need to communicate with other
networks or your device owns a real IP address on the internet, please
inquire of them that information and type it correctly.
If there's no
gateway on the network, just leave it as “0.0.0.0”.
If DHCP client mode is enabled and there's a DHCP server on the network,
this field will be assigned by DHCP server automatically.
□□ Network link speed
Ethernet physical link speed.
“Auto” means the speed is automatically
selected by the converter. You can also specify “10Mbps” or “100Mbps”
to match the speed of the HUB.
□□ DHCP client
DHCP client mode could be enabled/disabled statues. If DHCP is enabled,
there should be a DHCP server on the network. If DHCP is disabled, [IP
address], [Subnet mask], and Gateway address] should be manually
assigned.
□□ Socket port of HTTP setup
The socket port used to conduct the browser setup. Normally, HTTP
protocol use TCP port “80” for communication. If the field is changed to
“81”, the port “80” will be reserved for user's own Web.
To enter the browser setup page, “http://x.x.x.x:81” should be typed for
socket port “81” and “http://x.x.x.x” for socket port “80”, where “x.x.x.x” is
the converter’s IP address..
□□ Socket port of serial I/O (RS-232/422/485)
□□ Port number
A socket port assigned for the serial port.
ranging from 1 to 65535.
It’s a 16-bit number ,
Because the numbers below 1000 are
used for specific purposes (e.g. 80 is for HTTP protocol), we
suggest you use the numbers larger than 1000.
Generally the
port number 4660 is used for the serial communication.
However
you should specify different port number for each serial port.
□□ Socket type
…
TCP Server: TCP protocol, passive open, to be connected
from the TCP clients.
…
TCP Client: TCP protocol, active open, connect to the TCP
server.
…
UDP : UDP protocol, connectionless
□□ Socket port of Digital I/O
□□ Port number
A socket port assigned for the serial port.
ranging from 1 to 65535.
It’s a 16-bit number ,
Because the numbers below 1000 are
used for specific purposes (e.g. 80 is for HTTP protocol), we
suggest you use the numbers larger than 1000.
Generally the
port number 4660 is used for the serial communication.
However
you should specify different port number for each serial port.
□□ Socket type
…
TCP Server: TCP protocol, passive open, to be connected
from the TCP clients.
…
TCP Client: TCP protocol, active open, connect to the TCP
server.
…
UDP: UDP protocol, connectionless
□□ Destination setting
□□ Destination IP address
The server IP address and socket port would be connected in TCP
Client and UDP Client mode for a certain server IP address.
□□ Destination socket port
The server socket port would be connected in TCP Client and UDP
Client mode for a certain serial port.
□□ Connection
The connection can be selected in 2 modes, “Auto” or “Manual”.
□□ Serial I/O setting
□□ Baud rate, parity, data bits, stop bits
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Baud Rate: 300 ~ 115200 bps
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Parity: None, Even, Odd
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Data Bits: 7, 8
…
…
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Stop Bit: 1 or 2
□□ Interface of serial I/O
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RS232: TxD, RxD for data stream, no flow control
RS232 (RTS/CTS): TxD, RxD for data stream, RTS/CTS for
…
flow control
RS232 (RTS/CTS, DTR/DSR): TxD, RxD for data stream,
…
RTS/CTS for flow control. DTR for socket status, DSR for socket
open/close control
…
RS485 (Half duplex): Half duplex RS-485 interface
…
RS422 (Full duplex): Full duplex RS-422 interface
□□ Packet mode of serial input
Packet mode could be in enabled/disabled mode. If packet mode is
enabled, the data input from UART will be deferred until the input buffer is
full, or the converter detects a 10-character packet gap and no more
character arrived. The block waiting time is extended to avoid the splitting
of the complete packet.
□□ Device ID
User assigned ID number for the converter.
Available ID is “0 ~ 65535”.
□□ Report device ID when connected
In TCP mode, if this parameter is enabled, every time when the socket is
connected, EX-9132 Series TCP/IP converter will immediately report its
device ID in the following formats:
Serial #1
nnnnnA[LF][CR]
Serial #2
nnnnnB[LF][CR]
Digital I/O
nnnnnC[LF][CR]
The total length is 8 bytes, where “nnnnn” is a 5-digit device ID assigned
by the user; [LF] is decimal 10; [CR] is decimal 13.
□□ Setup password
Administration password used to login the “Controller Setup” page. It may
be empty or up to 15 characters long.
□□ Access password
During socket connection, Authentication password may be empty or up to
15 characters long.
If “Access password” is empty, the authentication is
disabled. Otherwise, the authentication will be conducted.
If the
authentication fails or no password is supplied within 10 seconds, the
socket will be closed.
Controller Updated
Press “Update” Button After you finish the detailed parameter setting. The
converter will save all parameters into internal non-volatile memory and then
reboot (see Figure 5.8).
It takes about 5 seconds to complete the whole
process, and a new login page will be presented (see Figure 3.1).
(Figure 5.8)
You can re-login and check if all parameters have been correctly saved. If
everything is ok, you can close the browser now.
Note : If the domain of the converter is different from that of the computer
running the browser, the login page won’t appear unless the
converter’s “Gateway Address” has been correctly set.
Factory Default Setting
If by chance, you forget the setup password, or have incorrect settings
making the converter inoperable, there are two ways to reset the setting
and the following procedures can be used to reset all settings to factory
default:
A:
1. you can turn off the power and then use any point tip to push “Reset”
button and hold it to turn on the power at the same time for 5 seconds.
The password will be reset to the factory default.
B:
1. Turn off the power of the converter.
2. Use a pin or any point tip to push the screw driver or any conductor
to short DTR and CTS (pin 4 and pin 8 in DB9) of RS232 connector.
3. Turn on the power of the converter and wait 5 seconds.
4. Remove screwed driver or conductor.
6. Self-Testing
After completing the wiring and parameter setting, we should verify if the
setting is correct or not. This chapter will introduce how to use a single
computer to test if the converter behaves well.
The operating system can be Windows 95, 98, ME, XP, 2000. The “Hyper
Terminal” utility should be installed on your PC (see Figure 4.1). It can be
found in your Windows installation CD.
The wiring architecture is similar to “RS-232 Wiring” in chapter 2, and the
“Serial Device” is replaced by the PC’s COM 1. The same PC also plays the
roll of the Remote Host.
The following topics are covered in this chapter:
□□Hyper Terminal for TCP/IP WinSock
□□Hyper Terminal for COM Port
□□Data Transmission
Hyper Terminal for TCP/IP WinSock
Initiate a Hyper Terminal from the Start Menu in Windows (see Figure 6.1), give a
terminal name, choose an icon, and press “OK” button (see Figure 6.2).
(Figure 6.1)
(Figure 6.2)
Select “TCP/IP(Winsock)” option at the “Connect using:” field (see Figure 6.3)
.
(Figure 6.3)
After “OK” button is pressed, Figure 6.4 appears.
Enter the converter’s IP
address (e.g. 192.168.0.10) at the “Host address:” field, and the Socket port
number set for the Serial Port 1 at the “Port number:” field (e.g 4660).
Socket type of the Serial Port 1 should be “TCP Server”.)
(Figure 6.4)
(The
After “OK” button is pressed, Figure 6.5 appears. If the Hyper Terminal connects
with the converter successfully, the time clock at the “left lower” corner “Connected
hh:mm:ss” will start counting.
(Figure 6.5)
Hyper Terminal for COM Port
Initiate another Hyper Terminal as a COM Port Terminal (in Figure 6.3, select COM
1 or other COM port instead of “TCP/IP (Winsock)”).
Set the COM port Properties
to be the same as those set for the Serial Port of the converter.
(Figure 6.3)
Data Transmission
When all steps described above are finished, type any characters on the COM Port
Terminal and check if the typed characters are also displayed on the TCP/IP
Winsock Terminal.
Alternatively, check if the characters typed on the TCP/IP
Winsock Terminal are also displayed on the COM Port Terminal.
settings are correct and the converter can operate properly.
If yes, then all
Appendix A
FAQ
Q. Why can’t the ExpertDAQETM.exe detect the converter on the network?
A. Please check
□□ if the power is properly plugged to the converter.
□□ if the network cable is properly connected between the converter and
the Hub.
□□
If your computer OS is Windows XP version which means
“WINDOWS Firewall” function in OS is activated. However
ExpertDAQETM.exe wouldn’t detect the converter’s IP address,
therefore, You have to temperately disable “WINDOWS Firewall”
function. After finishing the parameters settings, You can restart
“WINDOWS Firewall” function.
Refer to the “Hardware Installation” steps in Chapter 5.
Q. Why can’t I use IE to setup the converter?
A. Please check if the network domain of your PC is the same as that of the
converter.
Appendix B
Pin outs and Cable Wiring
□□DC Power outlet
□□RJ-45 Pin Assignment
□□RS-232 Pin Assignment
The pin assignment scheme for a 9-pin male connector on a DTE is
given below.
PIN 1 : DCD
PIN 5 : GND
PIN 9 : NONE
PIN 2 : RXD
PIN 6 : DSR
PIN 3 : TXD
PIN 7 : RTS
PIN 4 : DTR
PIN 8 : CTS
□□RS-232 Wiring Diagram
Serial Device
EX-9132 Series Converter
2
3
5
7
8
3
2
5
8
7
RX
TX
GND
RTS
CTS
TX
RX
GND
CTS
RTS
(Flow Control)
(Flow Control)
□□RS-422 Pin Assignment
The pin assignment scheme for a 4-pin RS-422 is given below.
1
PIN 1 : T+
2
3
4
PIN 2 : T-
PIN 3 : R+
PIN 4 : R-
□□RS-422 Wiring Diagram
Serial Device
RR+
TT+
EX-9132 Series TCP/IP Converter
2 T1 T+
4 R3 R+
□□RS-485 Wiring Diagram
Serial Device
EX-9132 Series TCP/IP Converter
D-
1 D-
D+
2 D+
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