PCI3 Communication Adapter Installation Guide

PCI3 Communication Adapter Installation Guide
PCI3 Communication Adapter
Installation Guide
Date: July 7, 2008
© 2008 Honeywell Inc. All rights reserved.
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PCI3 Communications Adapter Installation Guide
Overview
The PCI3 Communications Adapter functions as the interface between a
host computer’s RS232 port and one or more Honeywell access control
panels connected on an RS485 multi-drop line. The adapter translates the
PC’s CIDD protocol to the proprietary RS485 protocol.
The PCI3 can be used to replace a PW5K1CVT1 or a PRO22CVT1;
however, the PCI3 does not have optical isolation as the others do. This
isolation may be useful in some applications.
The PCI3 also replaces the N-485-PCI-2, N-485-HUB-2, and
N485PCI2L adapters, and it adds the following features:
• Variable communications speed up to 115.2 Kbps on the RS232 port.
• Capacity to add future technology enhancements without legacy
limitations.
• Time with “seconds” in true reports.
• Flash upgrades of NS2 and NS2P access control panels.
The PCI3 operates as the arbitrator of the drop line, polling each API for
its information, and determining its status. If an API or panel drops out,
the PCI notifies the host. If communication to the host is lost, the PCI
sends a buffer command to the panels for them to buffer events (when
configured with WIN-PAK version 1.17 or higher using the RS232 ACK/
NAK option, where DIP switch 5 is in the UP position). Communications
with the host can only be detected when the PCI3 is running in the ACK/
NAK mode of operation.
When access control system configurations include an Ethernet-toRS232 conversion product instead of a direct host connection, the PCI’s
RS232 port operates the same as with a direct connection.
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4.625
2.845
0.190
(2 PLCS.)
5.130
Dimensions (H x W x D)
• 2.845 in. x 5.130 in. x 1.107 in.(7.226 cm x 13.030 cm x 2.812 cm)
Mounting Holes
• Distance – 4.625 in. (11.748 cm)
• Diameter – 0.190 in. (0.483 cm)
Note: The mounting holes are on the enclosure center line. Allow at least
2” (50.8mm) between connectors and ceiling for wiring clearance.
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Setting the DIP Switches
Setting the DIP Switches
The PCI3 communications adapter has eight Dual In-line Package (DIP)
switches. For the DIP switch setting to be recognized, the PCI3 must be
power cycled (except for switch 1). The switches are numbered from left
to right, as shown:
ON 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DIP switches
ON 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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Use the following table to set switches 1-5:
Switch
Name
Instruction
1
End of
Line
(EOL)
Up – (No EOL) PCI3 is NOT wired at
either end of the 485 drop line.
Down – (EOL) PCI3 is wired at either
end of the 485 drop line.
2
NORMAL
Up – Allows normal PCI3 operation.
Down – Enables the PCI3 to receive a
firmware flash upgrade from the host. In
this mode the PCI3 will NOT perform its
normal operating function.(Download
Mode). When doing a download, Switch
4 should be up.
3
Pass Thru
Up – Configures the PCI3 for operations
with the N-1000 Series, PW-2000 series,
NS2, and NS2P panels.
Down – Configures the PCI3 for
operations with the PW-5000, PRO-2200,
PW-6000, PW-3000, and Star series
panels (Pass Thru Mode).
4
Hub
Up – A direct PCI3 connection to the host
PC.
Down – Direct PCI3 connection to a
dialup modem to operate as a HUB.
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ACK/
NACK
Up – Enable ACK/NAK protocol when
communicating with the host.
Down – Disable ACK/NAK protocol
when communicating with the host.
Use the following table to set switches 6-8. Note that baud rates apply to
the RS232 port:
Baud Rate
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
1200
Down
Down
Down
1200
Down
Down
Up
2400
Down
Up
Down
9600
Down
Up
Up
19200 (Default)
Up
Down
Down
38400
Up
Down
Up
57600
Up
Up
Down
115200
Up
Up
Up
Note that if you are using dial-up/modem connections, a baud rate of
19200 is recommended.
All RS232 communication uses 8 bit data, 1 stop bit, and no parity.
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LED Status Indicators
The following illustration identifies the RS232 and RS485 LEDs on the
PCI3:
ON 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RX TX
RS485
STATUS
S RX TX
RS232
Use the following to reference LED function and operation:
RS485 LEDs
• Green – data is being received by the PCI3.
• Red – data is being transmitted by the PCI3.
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RS232 LEDs
• Green – Indicates that the PCI3 is receiving data.
• Red – Indicates that the PCI3 is transmitting data.
• Yellow (STATUS LED) – Indicates the STATUS of the PCI3.
DIP switch 3 is UP, PCI3 Operation Mode
• Pulses once a second – the PCI3 is trying to detect the
presence of a panel on the RS485 port. It keeps pulsing until
it establishes contact with at least one panel. Once
communications are running on the RS485 port, the LED is
on continuously.
• On – the correct baud rate has been detected and both ports
are running.
• Off – no power.
DIP switch 3 is DOWN, Pass Thru Mode
• Pulses once a second – 30 seconds of inactivity on both
ports.
• Off – no panel detected on the 485 port.
• On – activity on both communication ports.
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RJ45 Connector Pinouts (RS232)
RJ45
Function
1
N/C
2
Connected to pin 7 in PCI3
3
Circuit common
4
TX out of PCI3
5
RX into PCI3
6
N/C
7
Connected to pin 2 (this is an RTS/CTS loopback function)
8
N/C
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Cable Connections
The figure below identifies the PCI3 cable connections:
RS485- (B)
RS232
9 VDC 100mA
POWER
(8.1V to 13.8VDC
operating range)
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RS485+ (A)
9
RS485
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Cable Specifications
The following table provides the PCI3 adapter cable specifications:
Part
Numbers
Cable
Description
Length
RS485
COM,
RS485 - ,
RS485 +
24 AWG, 2 twisted
pairs with shield, 120
ohm, 23 pf
Up to 4000
feet
NCP2441-TN
RS232
Use RJ45 to DB9 for
PC connection.
Use RJ45 to DB25M
for modem
connection or
NLANSRLU1.
Use RJ45 to DB25F
null modem for
LANSRL100
connection.
7 feet
PCI3CBLKT
CBL50
9 VDC
Power
9 VDC, Class 2 with
center-positive 2mm
connector.
6 feet
PCI3PSKIT
USB to
Serial
Optional accessory
for USB connection
(not included)
16”
USB2SER
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10
50 feet (max)
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An adapter plug kit is included. The kit contains power supply plugs for
United States, European Union, United Kingdom, and Australian outlets.
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Typical Wiring Diagrams for Control Panels
Figure 1 Typical Wiring Diagram for a Generic Control Panel with DB9
PC WITH DB-9
COMM PORT
CONTROL
PANEL
7’ CABLE WITH RJ45
TERMINALS ON BOTH ENDS.
INSERT EITHER END IN PCI3
TERMINAL. ATTACH OTHER TO
RJ45-TO-DB9 CONVERTER AND
INSERT IN PC COMM PORT.
SHIELD
Terminal 1
Terminal 2
Terminal 3
9V DC
POWER
SUPPLY
Optional Common
Shield
Cable
RS232
RS485 +
RS485 RS485 COM
9VDC
POWER
100 mA
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Figure 2 Typical Wiring Diagram for a Generic Control Panel with USB
PC WITH USB
COMM PORT
CONTROL
PANEL
7’ CABLE WITH RJ45 TERMINALS
ON BOTH ENDS. INSERT EITHER END
IN PCI3 TERMINAL. ATTACH OTHER TO
RJ45-TO-DB9 CONNECTOR. CONNECT
DB9 ADAPTER INTO THE DB9 END OF
THE USB CONVERTER. PLUG USB
CONNECTOR INTO PC.
USB2SER SERIALTO-USB CABLE
SHIELD
Terminal 1
Terminal 2
Terminal 3
9V DC
POWER
SUPPLY
Optional Common
Shield
Cable
RS232
RS485 +
RS485 RS485 COM
9VDC
POWER
100 mA
PCI3
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Figure 3 Typical Wiring Diagram for a Generic Control Panel with
DB25
MODEM WITH DB25
COMM PORT
or
NLANSRLU1
CONTROL
PANEL
7’ CABLE WITH RJ45 TERMINALS ON
BOTH ENDS. INSERT EITHER END IN
PCI3 TERMINAL. ATTACH OTHER TO
RJ45-TO-DB25 CONVERTER AND
INSERT IN MODEM PORT.
SHIELD
Terminal 1
Terminal 2
Terminal 3
9V DC
POWER
SUPPLY
Optional Common
Shield
Cable
RS232
RS485 +
RS485 RS485 COM
9VDC
POWER
100 mA
PCI3
HUB mode
Note: Refer to appropriate panel installation manual for panel wiring
details.
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Figure 4 Typical Wiring Diagram for LANSRL100
LANSRL100
CONTROL
PANEL
7’ CABLE WITH RJ45 TERMINALS ON
BOTH ENDS. INSERT EITHER END IN
PCI3 TERMINAL. ATTACH OTHER TO
RJ45-TO-DB25F NULL MODEM
CONVERTER INSERT IN LANSRLU1
PORT.
SHIELD
Terminal 1
Terminal 2
Terminal 3
9V DC
POWER
SUPPLY
Optional Common
Shield
Cable
RS232
RS485 +
RS485 RS485 COM
9VDC
POWER
100 mA
PCI3
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PCI3 Terminals
Control
Panel
RS-485 +
RS-485-
Common
Shield
Cable
N-1000-III
TB7-2
TB7-3
N/C
TB9-12
N-1000-III-X
TB7-2
TB7-3
N/C
TB9-12
N-1000-IV
TB7-2
TB7-3
N/C
TB9-12
N-1000-IV-X
TB7-2
TB7-3
N/C
TB9-12
PW-2000-III
TB7-2
TB7-3
N/C
TB9-12
PW-2000-III-X TB7-2
TB7-3
N/C
TB9-12
PW-2000-IV
TB7-2
TB7-3
N/C
TB9-12
PW-2000-IV-X TB7-2
TB7-3
N/C
TB9-12
PW5K1IC
PORT 1 TR+
PORT 1 TR-
PORT 1 GND
EARTH
PW3K1IC
PORT 1 TR+
PORT 1 TR-
PORT 1 GND
EARTH
PW6K1IC
PORT 1 TR+
PORT 1 TR-
N/C
PORT 1
GND
PRO22IC
PORT 1 TR+
PORT 1 TR-
PORT 1 GND
EARTH
NS2
TB9-1
TB9-2
TB9-3
EARTH
NS2+
TB9-1
TB9-2
TB9-3
EARTH
N-485-API-2
TB1-5
TB1-3
N/C
TB1-12
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Pin Assignments
14
1
CONNECTOR
RJ45
8
2
3
4
5
7
4
7
2
3
5
25
13
20
(NOTE: THE PIN # NOT SHOWN
ARE NOT CONNECTED)
DCE MODEM
DB25M CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
RJ45
1
CONNECTOR
RJ45
6
2
8
6
DCE MODEM
DB25M CONNECTOR
1
3
4
5
7
5
2
3
7
1
5
CONNECTOR
RJ45
8
9
DTE COMPUTER
DB9F CONNECTOR
DTE COMPUTER
DB9F CONNECTOR
14
1
(NOTE: THE PIN # NOT SHOWN
ARE NOT CONNECTED)
CONNECTOR
RJ45
2
8
4
1
3
4
5
7
7
3
2
5
6
20
DB25F CONNECTOR
25
CONNECTOR
RJ45
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PCI3 Power-Up Sequence
1.
At power-up the PCI3 starts looking for active panels. It begins
trying to communicate with panel address #1 at 38.4K baud.
2.
If the panel answers, the PCI3 will look for panel #2, and all other
panels, at 38.4K baud. After finding the first panel, it sends a
message out of the RS232 port to the host which includes the
PCI3 firmware version number. Until it finds the first panel, no
RS232 communications are attempted.
3.
If the PCI3 does not connect with panel #1 at 38.4K baud, it tries
again at 57.6K, then 76.8K, and finally at 115.2K baud.
4.
If the PCI3 does not connect with panel #1 at any of those baud
rates, it tries the same sequence of baud rates for panel #2. The
PCI3 will keep trying to connect with panels until it reaches panel
address #31. It then starts over with panel #1.
5.
Once it does find a panel that responds, it won't change the baud
rate.
DEBUG Hints
• If the RS485 transmit LED is constantly flickering but no other
communication LEDs are active, the PCI3 is searching for a panel and
has not found one. If the panels are attached, the RS485 +/- wires are
probably crossed.
• Make sure that any modem setup has the Echo feature turned off.
• The default modem string when the PCI3 is configured for a Hub is
'AT E0 V1 &C0 &D0 S0=1 &W0 &W1'. This modem string is sent
when power is cycled to the PCI3-Hub or on a disconnect from the
host PC.
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• If the BAD CRC counter is incrementing every minute or so, it may
mean that two or more panels have the same panel address.
• The PCI3 has the RS485 bias resistors always attached. No other
communication bias resistors are needed (but can be included).
The PCI3 EOL network is AC-coupled. There is no resistance
difference between the RS485 +/- terminals if the PCI3 EOL network
is on or off.
PCI3 Voltage Test
• If no other panels are attached, the RS485 voltage at the PCI3 is
+3.3V for the RS485+ and 0V for the RS485-.
Note that if the PCI3 is attempting communications, both voltages
will be in the 1.5-2.0 VDC range for a typical voltmeter as the signals
swing between 3.3V and 0V.
• If an NS2 or N1000 is connected to the RS485 bus, the voltages will
be higher if they have their bias network connected, up to a maximum
reading of 5V.
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FCC Regulations
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will
not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged
to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
• Re-orient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
The user shall not make any changes or modifications to the equipment
unless authorized by the Installation Instructions or User’s Manual.
Unauthorized changes or modifications could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
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