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DIN-Rail Mounting
UC-8430
The aluminum DIN-Rail attachment plate is included in the
package. To attach the plate to the UC-8410/8416/8418/8430,
situate the stiff metal spring towards the top.
UC-8410/8416/8418/8430
STEP 1: Insert the
top of the DIN-Rail
into the slot just
below the stiff metal
spring.
Quick Installation Guide
Fifth Edition, March 2011
Rear View
UC-8410
1. Overview
To remove the UC-8410/8416/8418/8430 from the DIN-Rail,
reverse Steps 1 and 2 above.
The UC-8410/8416/8418/8430 embedded computers feature 8
RS-232/422/485 serial ports, 3 10/100 Mbps Ethernet ports,
digital input and digital output channels, switch ports, CF and USB
ports for storage expansion, and 2 VGA outputs (V8430 only). All
of these features make the UC-8410/8416/8418/8430 computers
ideal for your embedded applications.
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5. Connector Description
Power Connector
Connect the 12-48 VDC power line to the
UC-8410/8416/8418/8430’s terminal block. The Ready LED will
glow a steady green color when the OS is ready.
UC-8416
2. Package Checklist
1 UC-8410 or UC-8416 or UC-8418 or UC-8430 embedded
computer
Wall-mounting kit
DIN-Rail mounting kit
Ethernet Cable: RJ45 to RJ45 cross-over cable, 100 cm
CBL-4PINDB9F-100: 4-pin pin header to DB9 female console
port cable, 100 cm
Universal power adaptor (includes terminal block to power jack
converter)
Quick installation guide (this guide)
Document and software CD
Warranty card
Grounding the UC-8410/8416/8418/8430
Grounding and wire routing help limit the effects of noise due to
electromagnetic interference (EMI). Run the ground connection
from the ground screw to the grounding surface prior to connecting
the power.
ATTENTION
UC-8418
This product is intended to be mounted to a well-grounded
mounting surface, such as a metal panel.
SG: The Shielded Ground (sometimes called
Protected Ground) contact is the right most contact
of the 3-pin power terminal block connector when
viewed from the angle shown here. Connect the SG
wire to an appropriate grounded metal surface.
Note: Please notify your sales representative if any of the
above items are missing or damaged.
3. Panel Layout
Refer to the following figures for the panel layouts.
UC-8430
Front View
Ethernet Port
UC-8410
The 3 10/100 Mbps
Ethernet ports (LAN 1,
LAN 2, and LAN3), and
8 10/100 Mbps switch
ports (UC-8416 only)
use RJ45 connectors.
4. Installing the UC-8410/8416/8418/8430
UC-8416/8418
STEP 2: The
DIN-Rail
attachment unit
will snap into place
as shown below.
Wall or Cabinet
The two metal brackets included with the
UC-8410/8416/8418/8430 can be used to attach it to a wall or the
inside of a cabinet. Using two screws per bracket, first attach the
brackets to the bottom of the UC-8410/8416/8418/8430. Next,
use two screws per bracket to attach the
UC-8410/8416/8418/8430 to a wall or cabinet.
Pin
1
2
3
6
Signal
ETx+
ETxERx+
ERx-
VGA Connectors
The MC-8430 comes with two D-Sub 15-pin female connectors to
connect the VGA CRT monitors.
Serial Port
The 8 serial ports (P1 to P8) use RJ45 connectors. Each port can be
configured by software as RS-232, RS-422, or RS-485. The pin
assignments are shown in the following table (next page):
P/N: 1802084000013
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Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RS-232
DSR
RTS
GND
TXD
RXD
DCD
CTS
DTR
RS-422/RS-485-4W
–
TXD+
GND
TXDRXD+
RXD–
–
RS-485
–
–
GND
–
Data+
Data–
–
6. Powering on the UC-8400 Computer
To power on the UC-8410/8416/8418/8430, connect the “terminal
block to power jack converter” to the UC-8410/8416/8418/8430’s
DC terminal block (located on the left rear panel), and then
connect the power adaptor. Note that the Shielded Ground wire
should be connected to the right most pin of the terminal block. It
takes approximately 30 seconds for the system to boot up. Once
the system is ready, the Ready LED will light up.
7. Connecting the UC-8400 Computer to a PC
CAN Ports (UC-8418 only)
The UC-8418 has 2 CAN
ports for connecting
CAN devices. The CAN
ports (CAN1 and CAN2)
use DB9 male
connectors. The pin
assignments are shown
in the following table:
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CAN
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CAN-L
–
–
–
–
CAN-H
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There are two ways to connect the UC-8410/8416/8418/8430 to a
PC: through the serial console port or by Telnet over the network.
The COM settings for the serial console port are:
Baudrate=115200 bps, Parity=None, Data bits=8, Stop bits
=1, Flow Control=None.
ATTENTION
Remember to choose the “VT100” terminal type. Use the
CBL-4PINDB9F-100 cable included with the product to
connect a PC to the UC-8410/8416/8418/8430’s serial
console port.
DI, DO
The UC-8410, UC-8416, and UC-8430 have 4 digital output
channels and 4 digital input channels, and the UC-8418 has 12
digital input channels and 12 digital output channels. Refer to
Hardware User's Manual for detailed pinouts and wiring.
CompactFlash
The UC-8410/8416/8418/8430 has one CompactFlash slot that
supports CompactFlash type I/II card expansion. Currently, Moxa
provides a CompactFlash card for storage expansion. Be sure to
power off the computer before inserting or removing the
CompactFlash card. The CompactFlash is mounted at /mnt/sda.
Console Port
The serial console port is a 4-pin pin-header RS-232 port that is
located below the CF card socket. Use a screwdriver to remove the
two screws holding the cover to the embedded computer’s housing.
The port is used for the serial console terminal, which is useful for
viewing boot-up messages. Use the CBL-4PINDB9F-100 cable
included with the UC8410/8416/8418-LX to connect a PC to the
UC-8410/8416/8418/8430’s serial console port.
Reset Button
Press and hold the “Reset” button continuously for at least 5
seconds to load the factory default configuration. After the factory
default configuration has been loaded, the system will reboot
automatically. The Ready LED will blink on and off for the first 5
seconds, and then maintain a steady glow once the system has
rebooted.
USB
The UC-8410/8416/8418/8430 computers support 2 or 6 USB 2.0
hosts for external storage expansion.
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To use Telnet you will need to know the UC-8410/8416/8418/
8430’s IP address and netmask. The default LAN settings are
shown below. For initial configuration, you may find it convenient
to use a cross-over Ethernet cable to connect directly from the PC
to the UC-8410/8416/8418/8430.
LAN 1
LAN 2
LAN 3
Default IP Address
192.168.3.127
192.168.4.127
192.168.5.127
Netmask
255.255.255.0
255.255.255.0
255.255.255.0
Note that the LAN1 of the UC-8410/8416/8418/8430-CE and
UC-8430-LX uses DHCP for both IP address and netmask. Once the
UC-8410/8416/8418/8430 is powered on, the Ready LED will light
up, and a login page will open. Use the following default Login
name and Password to proceed.
LAN 3= eth2
#vi /etc/network/interfaces
//check the LAN interface first//
After the boot setting of the LAN interface has been modified, use
the following command to activate the LAN settings immediately:
#sync; ifup –a
Windows CE Models
Use the netconfig utility to complete the task.
Before using this utility, type netconfig -h to examine the usage
of thecommand.
\> netconfig –h
netconfig usage: netconfig -n <AdapterName | Alias>
[-EnableDHCP] [-i <IP address>] [-m <netmask>] [-g
<gateway>] [-d <DNS server>] [-w <WINS Server>] [-noask]
e.g.: netconfig -n IXP425ETHNPE1 -i 192.168.10.101 -g
192.168.10.254
: netconfig -n CS89501 -i 192.168.12.101 -m 255.255.0.0
: netconfig -n PCI\RTL81391 -EnableDHCP
For example, if your development workstation has a LAN port at
192.168.1.x and the Domain Name Server (DNS) is at 192.168.2.6,
then execute the following command.
\> netconfig –n LAN1 –i 192.168.1.5 –m 255.255.255.0 –g
192.168.1.254 –d 192.168.2.6
Type netconfig to view the new settings.
\> netconfig
Ethernet Adapter [IXP4XXETHNPE1]:
IP Address: 192.168.1.5
SubNet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.1.254
DNS: 192.168.2.6
Ethernet Adapter [IXP4XXETHNPE2]:
IP Address: 192.168.4.127
SubNet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway:
DNS:
NOTE: Refer to the UC-8410/8416/8418/8430 User’s
Manual for additional configuration information.
Linux:
Windows CE:
Login: root
Login: admin
Password: root
Password: admin
For the UC-8430, you may connect the display with the display
cable. After powering on the UC-8430, you will be able to access
the computer for further configuration.
8. Configuring the Ethernet Interface
www.moxa.com/support
Linux Models
If you use the console cable for first-time configuration of the
network settings, use the following commands to edit the
interfaces file:
#ifdown –a
//Disable LAN1/LAN2/LAN3 interface first, before you
reconfigure the LAN settings. LAN 1 = eth0, LAN 2= eth1,
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