User`s Guide
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................... 2
Supported Ethernet Protocols.................................................................................... 2
Hardware ................................................................................................................... 2
Meter Firmware.......................................................................................................... 3
Additional Resources ................................................................................................. 3
ACCESSING THE 9340-60-ETHER MODULE OVER A NETWORK....................... 4
Logging into the 9340-60-ETHER module ................................................................. 4
Logging Out ............................................................................................................... 4
9340-60-ETHER MODULE USER INTERFACE OVERVIEW................................... 5
SETUP ....................................................................................................................... 6
Ethernet and TCP/IP Settings.................................................................................... 6
Advanced Ethernet Settings ................................................................................ 7
Duplicate IP Address Detection........................................................................... 8
Serial Port .................................................................................................................. 9
Advanced Serial Port Settings........................................................................... 10
Device List ............................................................................................................... 11
Device List Setup............................................................................................... 11
User Accounts.......................................................................................................... 12
Web Page Access.................................................................................................... 13
Add/Remove Custom Web Pages..................................................................... 13
Modbus TCP/IP Filtering.......................................................................................... 15
SNMP Parameters ................................................................................................... 16
Date and Time ......................................................................................................... 16
Network Time Synchronization.......................................................................... 17
E-mail on Alarm ....................................................................................................... 18
Setting up E-mail on Alarm................................................................................ 18
Alarm Message Content .................................................................................... 19
Advanced E-mail on Alarm Settings .................................................................. 20
DIAGNOSTICS ........................................................................................................ 21
Statistics................................................................................................................... 21
Interpreting Statistics ......................................................................................... 21
Read Device Registers ............................................................................................ 25
MONITORING.......................................................................................................... 26
Instantaneous Readings .......................................................................................... 26
FIRMWARE ............................................................................................................. 27
Finding the Firmware Version .................................................................................. 27
Updating the Firmware File...................................................................................... 27
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Introduction
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INTRODUCTION
The 9340-60-ETHER module is a communications add-on module for the
ACCESS 9340 and 9360 that provides connectivity between Ethernet
(Modbus TCP/IP) and serial line devices, allowing Modbus TCP/IP clients to
access information from the host meter and the serial slave devices.
Supported Ethernet Protocols
The 9340-60-ETHER module supports the following Ethernet protocols:
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Modbus TCP/IP: Modbus TCP/IP is a combination of the Modbus
protocol, which provides master-slave communication between devices,
and TCP/IP, which provides communications over an Ethernet
connection. Modbus TCP/IP is used to exchange data between the
9340-60-ETHER module and other compatible Modbus TCP/IP devices
via TCP port 502.
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Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP): HTTP is a network protocol that
handles the delivery of files and data on the World Wide Web. It
provides web server functionality via TCP port 80. Remote configuration
of the 9340-60-ETHER module and the viewing of diagnostic and realtime data is possible using a web browser.
•
File Transfer Protocol (FTP): FTP is a network protocol that provides
the ability to transfer files over the Internet from one computer to
another. FTP is used to transfer firmware updates and custom web
pages to the 9340-60-ETHER module via TCP port 21.
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Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP): Based on MIB2
format, SNMP provides the ability to store and send identifying and
diagnostic information used for network management purposes via UDP
port 161 .
•
Address Resolution Protocol (ARP): ARP is used to convert IP
addresses to Ethernet addresses. ARP requests are sent by the
9340-60-ETHER module to determine if its address is a duplicate IP
address (see “Duplicate IP Address Detection” on page 8).
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Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP): SMTP is a protocol used to
send e-mail messages over a network. The 9340-60-ETHER module
uses SMTP to send alarm messages to defined users using TCP port
25.
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Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP): SNTP is a protocol used to
synchronize the clocks of networked devices using a SNTP server via
UDP port 123.
Hardware
1. Power/Status LED
2. Ethernet LEDs:
LK (active link)
TX (transmitting data)
RX (receiving data)
FRONT
1
2
3. Serial LEDs:
TX (transmitting data)
RX (receiving data)
4. RS485 connection
5. Dip switches
6. 10/100BaseTx connection
3
BOTTOM
1
4
2
2
3
4
5
5
6
7
8
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Meter Firmware
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Introduction
Before installing the 9340-60-ETHER module, the host ACCESS 9340 or
9360 must be running firmware version 10.6 or higher. To verify you have
the correct firmware version, do the following:
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1. From the meter display, press MAINT > DIAG > METER.
2. Verify that the number before OS, RESET, and DL is 10.600 or higher.
To download the latest firmware version, go to
www.sea.siemens.com/access, select “ACCESS 9340/9360 Power Meter”
from “Compact Power and Energy Meter” and then click the firmware file
you want to download.
NOTE: To install the firmware upgrade you will need the Download
Firmware Upgrade Utility (DLF3000), which is provided on the
9340-60-ETHER module Technical Library CD-ROM. If you do not have the
CD-ROM, you can download DLF3000 from the downloads page, then
follow the installation instructions. If you need assistance using DLF3000,
refer to the Help file included with DLF3000.
Additional Resources
9340-60-ETHER module Documentation: Go to
www.sea.siemens.com/access, select “ACCESS 9340/9360 Power Meter”
from “Compact Power and Energy Meter” and then click the manual you
want to download.
For installation instructions and hardware specifications, see the
9340-60-ETHER module installation manual PMIM-ETHCC-0208.
9340-60-ETHER module Firmware: See “Firmware” on page 27 to learn
where to download firmware updates and how to install new firmware.
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ACCESSING THE 9340-60-ETHER
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After you set up the Ethernet parameters (see the installation guide
PMIM-ETHCC-0208), you can access the 9340-60-ETHER module over an
Ethernet LAN using Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher.
Logging into the 9340-60-ETHER
module
Action
Result
1. Launch Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher.
Opens Internet Explorer.
2. Type the 9340-60-ETHER module’s IP
address that was entered into the meter,
then press Enter. To view the IP address
using the meter display, press MAINT >
SETUP > COMMS > ETHER.
Opens the Login dialog box.
3. Type your user name (Administrator is the Enters the user name and password, then
default) and password (Gateway is the
opens the 9340-60-ETHER module home
default) into the text boxes, then click OK. page.
Figure 1:
The Home Page
Menu bar
Logging Out
We recommend logging out whenever you do not need access to the
9340-60-ETHER module.
To log out of the configuration session, click Log Out to end your session.
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9340-60-ETHER MODULE USER
INTERFACE OVERVIEW
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9340-60-ETHER module User Interface OVERVIEW
The 9340-60-ETHER module ships with 12 pre-installed web pages used
for the 9340-60-ETHER module setup and configuration. See Table 1 for a
description of each web page.
Table 1:
9340-60-ETHER module static web pages
Web Page
Description
See
Page
Setup
Ethernet & TCP/IP
Configure Ethernet and TCP/IP communication settings.
6
Serial Port
Set up or change serial communication parameters.
9
Device List
Identify serial devices on the daisy chain.
11
User Accounts➀
Create and edit groups and users.
12
Web Page Access➀
Select web page access rights for each user group, and
add or remove custom web pages.
13
Modbus TCP/IP Filtering➀
Set up which IP addresses can access the
9340-60-ETHER module and serial RS485 daisy chained
devices through Modbus TCP/IP.
15
SNMP Parameters➀
Enable and configure the Simple Network Management
Protocol (SNMP), which allows the 9340-60-ETHER
module to identify itself to network devices requesting
SNMP data.
16
Date and Time➀
Configure the date and time of the 9340-60-ETHER
module manually or to enable and configure SNTP.
16
E-mail on Alarm➀
Configure the To and From e-mail addresses, enable
e-mail on alarm, enter the SMTP server IP address, and
enter the SMTP server username and password.
18
Statistics
Displays diagnostic data used to troubleshoot network
problems. This page also contains information about
your specific 9340-60-ETHER module and the host
meter the 9340-60-ETHER module is connected.
21
Read Device Registers
Allows users to read register data from a serial device
connected to the 9340-60-ETHER module and from the
host meter the 9340-60-ETHER module is connected.
25
Allows users to view some of the real-time data of the
host meter.
26
Diagnostics
Monitoring
Instantaneous Readings
➀
Accessible by administrator only
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Setup
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To access the Setup menu, click Setup on the 9340-60-ETHER module
menu bar.
Ethernet and TCP/IP Settings
Action
Result
1. From the Setup menu, click Ethernet &
TCP/IP.
Opens the Ethernet & TCP/IP page.
2. Select your frame format and media type.
Contact your network administrator if you
do not know.
Selects the frame format and media type.
3. Enter your IP address, subnet mask, and
default gateway address assigned to your
9340-60-ETHER module by your network
administrator.
Enters the Ethernet parameters for the
9340-60-ETHER module.
4. Click Apply.
Updates the Ethernet and TCP/IP settings for
the 9340-60-ETHER module.
NOTE: If you enter an IP address that is used
by another device, you will be prompted to
select a new IP address. See “Duplicate IP
Address Detection” on page 8.
5. Click OK to approve the changes.
A message box opens saying the
9340-60-ETHER module must reboot to apply
the changes.
6. Click OK.
The 9340-60-ETHER module reboots.
Figure 2:
Table 2:
Ethernet & TCP/IP Page
9340-60-ETHER module Ethernet and TCP/IP settings
Option
Description
Setting
Frame Format
Used to select the format for data sent over Ethernet II, 802.3 SNAP
an Ethernet connection.
Default: Ethernet II
Media Type
Used to define the physical Ethernet
connection or media type.
IP Address
Used to enter the static IP address of the
9340-60-ETHER module.
Default: 169.254.0.10
Subnet Mask
Used to enter the Ethernet IP subnet mask
address of your network.
Default: 255.255.0.0
Default Gateway
Used to enter the gateway (router) IP
Default: 0.0.0.0
address used for wide area network (WAN)
communications.
•
•
•
•
•
10T/100Tx Auto
10BaseT-HD
10BaseT-FD
100BaseTX-HD
100BaseTX-FD
Default: 10T/100Tx Auto
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CAUTION
IMPAIRED NETWORK PERFORMANCE
Failure to follow these instructions can impair network performance.
Only qualified workers should modify the advanced Ethernet settings of
the 9340-60-ETHER module. Such modifications should be performed
only after reading about and understanding the advanced Ethernet
settings.
Action
Result
1. Click Advanced on the Ethernet & TCP/IP Opens the Advanced Ethernet Settings page.
page.
2. Configure the advanced Ethernet settings
(see Table 3).
Sets up the advanced Ethernet settings.
3. Click Apply.
Updates the 9340-60-ETHER module Ethernet
and TCP/IP settings.
NOTE: Applying changes to the Advanced
Ethernet Settings page does not save
changes to the Ethernet & TCP/IP page.
4. Click OK to approve the changes and to
reset the 9340-60-ETHER module.
Figure 3:
Table 3:
Advanced Ethernet Settings Page
Advanced Ethernet Settings
Option
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Description
Setting
TCP Time To Live
Identifies the number of routers a TCP packet 1 to 255 hops
can pass.
Default: 60 hops
UDP Time To Live
Identifies the number of routers a UDP packet 1 to 255 hops
can pass.
Default: 30 hops
TCP Keep Alive
A timer that detects when a connected device 0 to 65,535 seconds
on an idle connection becomes unavailable
Default: 30 seconds
due to events such as a reboot or shutdown.
A setting of 0 disables this setting.
HTTP Connection Idle
Time
A timer that closes the HTTP connection after 0 to 65,535 seconds
a specified amount of idle time.
Default: 4 seconds
HTTP Port Number
The TCP port used for HTTP messages. The 0 to 65,535
following port numbers are reserved for other
Default: 80
network protocols and cannot be used: 20
and 21 (FTP) and 502 (Modbus TCP/IP).
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Table 3:
Advanced Ethernet Settings
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Option
Duplicate IP Address Detection
Description
Setting
ARP Cache Timeout
Used to specify how long IP address and
0 to 65,535 seconds
Ethernet address information is stored before
Default: 15
it is removed.
FTP Server
Controls whether the FTP server initializes
during startup.
FTP Server Connection
Idle Time
A timer that closes the FTP connection after a 30 to 900 seconds
specified amount of idle time.
Default: 30
Modbus TCP/IP Server
Connections
Used to specify the number of Modbus
TCP/IP server connections are available.
Modbus Broadcast
Determines how Modbus TCP/IP messages Disabled or Enabled
with Unit ID = 0 are handled on the serial
Default: Disabled
subnetwork. Disabled = all messages are
ignored. Enabled = all messages are treated
as broadcasts to serial ports with no response
expected.
Modbus TCP/IP Server
Connection Idle Time
A timer that closes the Modbus TCP/IP
connection after a specified amount of idle
time. A setting of 0 disables this setting.
Disabled or Enabled
Default: Enabled
32 to 48
Default: 32
0 to 32,767 seconds
Default: 0
When connecting to your network, the 9340-60-ETHER module publishes
its IP address. To avoid any duplicate IP address conflicts, the
9340-60-ETHER module uses the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) to
see if any other device on your network is using the same IP address.
Table 4 below explains how the 9340-60-ETHER module handles a
duplicate IP address when it is detected.
Table 4:
Duplicate IP Detection Scenarios
Scenario
Duplicate IP Detected
Power/Status LED
Boot Process /
Power Restore
Reverts to the default
9340-60-ETHER module IP address,
subnet mask, and gateway address.
ARP requests are sent every 15
seconds until the IP address is
available. When the IP address
becomes available, the
9340-60-ETHER module will use it.
Four blinks, pause pattern
Ethernet Link Detected
Manual Address Change 9340-60-ETHER module keeps it’s
previous IP address and displays a
message indicating that the IP
address is already in use by another
device.
Receives an ARP request Reverts to the default
Four blinks, pause pattern
9340-60-ETHER module IP address,
subnet mask, and gateway address if
a connected device sends four ARP
requests for the 9340-60-ETHER
module’s IP address. The
9340-60-ETHER module will send
ARP requests every 15 seconds until
the IP address is available again.
When the IP address becomes
available, the 9340-60-ETHER
module will use it.
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Serial Port
Result
1. From the Setup menu, click Serial Port.
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Action
Opens the Serial Port page.
2. Select your physical interface,
Selects the serial port options.
transmission mode, baud rate, parity, and
response timeout (see Table 5 on page 9).
3. Click Apply.
Updates the 9340-60-ETHER module Serial
Port settings.
Figure 4:
Serial Port Page
Table 5:
Serial Port Settings
Option
Description
Setting
Physical Interface
Used to select how the 9340-60-ETHER
module serial port is physically wired.
RS485 4-wire or RS485 2-wire
Transmission
Mode
Used to select how data is transmitted over Automatic or Modbus ASCII
a serial connection.
Default: Automatic
Default: RS485 2-wire
NOTE: Automatic mode allows
you to communicate to
Modbus RTU and ACCESS
slave devices on the same
daisy chain. These devices are
entered on the Device List
page.
Baud Rate
Used to select the data transmission speed 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200,
over a serial connection.
38400
Parity
Used to select if data is checked for
accuracy using a parity bit.
Default: 19200
Even, Odd, None
Default: Even
0.1 to 10 seconds
Response Timeout Used to select how long the
9340-60-ETHER module will wait to receive Default: 3 seconds
a response from a serial device.
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Advanced Serial Port Settings
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CAUTION
IMPAIRED NETWORK PERFORMANCE
Failure to follow these instructions can impair serial communication
performance.
Only qualified workers should modify the advanced serial port settings of
the 9340-60-ETHER module. Such modifications should be performed
only after reading about and understanding the advanced serial port
settings.
Action
Result
1. Click Advanced on the Serial Port page.
Opens the Advanced Serial Port Settings page.
2. Configure the advanced serial port settings Sets up the advanced serial port settings.
(see Table 6).
3. Click Apply.
NOTE: Applying changes to the Advanced
Serial Port Settings page does not save
changes to the Serial Port page.
Figure 5:
Advanced Serial Port Page
Table 6:
Advanced Serial Port Settings
Option
10
Updates the 9340-60-ETHER module
advanced serial port settings.
Description
Setting
Delay Between
Frames
Defines the silent time between the end of 0 to 100 milliseconds
a received response and the beginning of a Default: 50
new request on the serial line.
Silent Interval
Extension
Allows the silent interval used to signify the 0 to 15 characters
end of a ModbusRTU packet to be
Default: 6
extended beyond the 3.5 characters
defined by the standard.
Modbus Timeout
Exception Code
Indicates the exception response code
0x0A or 0x0B
returned when a serial device connected to Default: 0x0B
the 9340-60-ETHER module does not
respond before the serial port timeout.
Modbus TCP/IP uses 0x0B. However,
WinPM.Net before version 4.0 uses 0x0A.
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Before you begin, keep in mind the following:
•
Modbus RTU devices do not have to be defined in the Device List, but it
helps you manage your system.
•
ACCESS Power Monitoring devices must be defined in the Device List.
NOTE: Do not use serial slave addresses 1 or 16 in Automatic transmission
mode on a daisy chain with mixed protocols .
Device List Setup
Figure 6 illustrates how devices are connected to the 9340-60-ETHER
module on a daisy chain. To add those devices to the Device List, follow the
steps below.
Figure 6:
Topology
Ethernet
Connection
9340-60-ETHER
module
RS485 connection
Up to 128 serial
slave devices
using repeaters
Serial Slave Devices
Action
Result
1. From the Setup menu, click Device List.
Opens the Device List page.
2. Select the number of viewable devices (1
to 128).
Selects the number of viewable locations that
can be used to define serial slave devices
connected to the 9340-60-ETHER module.
3. In the Local ID text box, type the local ID
(address) of the serial slave device.
Enters the local address of the device.
4. Select the Protocol.
Selects the protocol of the connected device.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all of the
devices are entered.
Enters all of the connected devices.
6. Click Apply.
Updates the Device List settings.
Figure 7:
Device List Page
Indicates the ID of the
host device. If the
Local ID is zero, the
9340-60-ETHER
module is not
communicating with
the meter.
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9340-60-ETHER module users are assigned user names and passwords.
Each user belongs to a group, and each group has access rights to the
9340-60-ETHER module Web pages assigned by the 9340-60-ETHER
module administrator.
NOTE: There are two default user accounts: Administrator (password is
Gateway) and Guest (password is Guest).
Action
Result
1. From the Setup menu, click User
Accounts.
Opens the User Accounts page.
2. If you want to change a group name, type a Enters a new group name.
new name in one of the Groups text boxes
(the Administrator group name cannot be
changed).
3. In the Users section, enter a Name (1 to 24 Enters the name and password for a user.
characters) and Password (0 to 12
characters) for a new user.
NOTE: User names and passwords are
case-sensitive and can contain only
alphanumeric characters.
4. Select a group and the default language for Selects the group and language for a user.
the new user.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each additional
user you want to add.
Continues adding users.
6. Click Apply.
Saves all of the user account settings.
Table 7:
Accounts and passwords
Account
Default Password
Administrator
Gateway
NOTE: You must contact your local
representative if the Administrator
password is lost; the password cannot
be retrieved from the 9340-60-ETHER
module.
Guest
Guest
User-defined accounts (up to 11 accounts possible)
No default –Password is user-defined
Figure 8:
12
User Accounts Page
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Web Page Access
1. From the Setup menu, click Web Page
Access.
Result
Opens the Web Page Access page.
2. In the Ethernet & TCP/IP row, select the
See Table 8 below for an explanation of access
access level (None, Read-only, or Full) that levels for each group.
each user group will have for the Ethernet
& TCP/IP web page.
3. To allow Guest access to the web page,
Allows the default Guest group to access the
select Read-only under the Guest column. web page.
NOTE: If the Guest group is Read-only,
other groups may only be set to Read-only
or Full.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for the Serial Port,
Device List, Statistics, and Read Device
Registers rows.
Selects the access level for each web page.
5. Click Apply.
Saves the password settings.
Table 8:
Group Access
Group
Access
Administrator
Full access to all web pages
NOTE: We recommend that you change the default administrator
password for system security the first time you log in.
Guest
Read-only access to selected web pages.
Three user-defined
groups
Choosing from the following options, the administrator assigns web
page access for each group. Access levels are as follows:
•
•
•
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Add/Remove Custom Web Pages
None: a group has no access to selected web page
Read-only: a group has read-only access to the selected web page
Full: a group has the same access as the Administrator group to the
selected web page
Web Page Access Page
Custom web pages and other file types can be transferred from your
computer to the 9340-60-ETHER module via FTP. These custom web
pages should be transferred to one of three folders on the 9340-60-ETHER
module: Monitoring, Control, or Maintenance. Each folder has a
corresponding link on the menu bar. When the link is clicked on the menu
bar, the web pages you added will appear in the menu on the left side of the
window.
NOTE: You cannot create new folders inside of the Monitoring, Control, or
Maintenance folders.
After custom web pages have been transferred to the 9340-60-ETHER
module, they can be added and removed from the web interface without
removing them from the 9340-60-ETHER module by using the Add/Remove
Web Pages page. This page is opened from the Web Page Access page.
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Adding Web Pages Using FTP
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Action
Result
1. Launch Windows Explorer, type ftp:// and
the IP address of the 9340-60-ETHER
module (for example, ftp://169.254.0.10) in
the Address text box, then press Enter.
Opens the Log On As dialog box.
2. Type the user name Administrator and the
administrator password in the text boxes,
then click Log On.
Opens an FTP session with the
9340-60-ETHER module.
3. Open a new Windows Explorer window,
locate the custom web page on your
computer, right-click it, then click Copy.
Copies the file to the clipboard.
4. Switch back to the 9340-60-ETHER module Opens the folder where the web page will be
stored on the 9340-60-ETHER module.
Windows Explorer window you opened in
step 1, then open the folder where the web
page will be copied.
5. Right-click in the right pane of the Windows Copies the custom web page to the
Explorer window, then click Paste.
9340-60-ETHER module, and the
9340-60-ETHER module reboots.
NOTE: Instead of copying and pasting the
file, you can drag-and-drop the file into
Windows Explorer.
6. Click the Close button on the Windows
Explorer window.
Closes Windows Explorer.
Deleting Web Pages Using FTP
Action
Result
1. Launch Windows Explorer, type ftp:// and
the IP address of the 9340-60-ETHER
module (for example, ftp://169.254.0.10) in
the Address text box, then press Enter.
Opens the Log On As dialog box.
2. Type the user name Administrator and the
administrator password in the text boxes,
then click Log On.
Opens an FTP session with the
9340-60-ETHER module.
3. Open the folder where the custom web
Opens the folder where the custom web page
page is located, right-click the file you want is located, then deletes file.
to delete, then click Delete.
4. Click the Close button on the Windows
Explorer window.
Closes Windows Explorer.
Add/Remove Web Pages to/from the Web Interface
Action
Result
1. Log on to the 9340-60-ETHER module.
Logs on to the 9340-60-ETHER module web
interface.
2. From the Setup menu, click Web Page
Access.
Opens the Web Page Access page.
3. Click Add/Remove Web Pages.
Opens the Add/Remove Web Pages page.
4. If you added custom web pages to any of
Selects or deselects a custom web page.
the 9340-60-ETHER module folders, you
will see a list of file names underneath the
name of each folder. Select the web pages
you want your users to see. Deselect web
pages you do not want your users to see.
NOTE: Deselecting a web page does not
delete it from the 9340-60-ETHER module.
5. Click Apply.
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Setup
This function allows the administrator to specify Modbus TCP/IP client
devices that have or do not have access to serial slave devices connected
to the 9340-60-ETHER module and the host ACCESS 9340 or 9360.
NOTE: There is an anonymous Modbus TCP/IP address (***.***.***.***) that
can be set to Read-only or None. Setting it to Read-only allows any
Modbus TCP/IP client not in the filtered list to access serial slave devices
with read-only access. Setting it to None blocks all Modbus TCP/IP clients
not in the filtered list.
Action
Result
1. From the Setup menu, click Modbus
TCP/IP Filtering.
Opens the Modbus TCP/IP Filtering page.
2. Check Enable Filtering.
Activates filtering.
3. In the IP address column, enter the
Modbus TCP/IP client address
Enters an IP address for a Modbus TCP/IP
client that will have access to the serial devices
connected to the 9340-60-ETHER module.
4. In the Access Level column, select Read- Selects the access level for the corresponding
only or Full.
IP address. When set to Read-only, only the
following Modbus TCP/IP function codes are
allowed:
Decimal: 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, 17, 20, 24,
43, 100
Hexadecimal: 01, 02, 03, 04, 07, 08, 0B, 0C,
11, 14, 18, 2B, 64
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to add more IP
addresses.
Continues adding IP addresses for filtering.
6. Click Apply.
Saves the Modbus TCP/IP address filtering list.
Figure 10:
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Modbus TCP/IP Filtering Page
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SNMP Parameters
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The 9340-60-ETHER module supports SNMP, allowing a network
administrator to remotely access a 9340-60-ETHER module with an SNMP
manager and view the networking status and diagnostics in the MIB2
format.
Action
Result
1. From the Setup menu, click SNMP
Parameters.
Opens the SNMP Parameters page.
2. Check Enable SNMP to turn ON the
simple network management protocol.
Activates SNMP.
NOTE: If you deselect Enable SNMP and
click Apply, the 9340-60-ETHER module
will reboot and SNMP functionality will be
turned OFF.
3. Enter the system contact, system name,
system location, read-only community
name, and the read-write community
name.
Enters the SNMP system information and
community access names.
4. Click Apply.
Saves the SNMP settings.
Figure 11:
Date and Time
SNMP Parameters Page
The Date and Time page allows you to set the date and time for the
9340-60-ETHER module and the host ACCESS 9340 or 9360.
Action
1. From the Setup menu, click Date and
Time.
2. Configure the year, month, day, hour,
minutes, and seconds.
Sets up the date and time.
3. Click Apply.
Saves the Date and Time settings.
Figure 12:
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Result
Opens the Date and Time page.
Date and Time Page
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Network Time Synchronization
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Setup
Enabling network time synchronization allows the time and date of the
9340-60-ETHER module and the ACCESS 9340 or 9360 to be set by a
Network Time Protocol (NTP) server.
NOTE: Configuring the date and time with the meter display will override the
9340-60-ETHER module SNTP settings. After the SNTP poll interval time
expires, a new SNTP time will then override the meter time.
Action
Result
Reveals the SNTP Parameters section.
1. Select the Enable Network Time
Synchronization check box in the Date and
Time page.
2. Configure the time zone offset, poll
interval, and the primary and secondary
NTP server IP addresses (see Table 9 on
page 17).
Sets up the SNTP parameters.
3. Click Apply.
Saves the SNTP settings.
Figure 13:
Table 9:
Enable Network Time Synchronization
SNTP Parameters Settings
Option
Description
Setting
TIme Zone Offset
The time is set based on the Coordinated
Universal Time (UTC) value selected.
UTC-12:00 to UTC+13:00
Poll Interval
Controls how often the 9340-60-ETHER
module contacts the NTP server for the
correct time.
1 hour to 1 week
Default: UTC
Default: 1 week
Primary NTP
The IP address of the primary NTP server the 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255
Server IP Address 9340-60-ETHER module contacts for the
Default: 0.0.0.0
correct time.
Secondary NTP
The IP address of the secondary NTP server 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255
Server IP Address the 9340-60-ETHER module contacts for the
Default: 0.0.0.0
correct time.
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E-mail on Alarm
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E-mail on alarm is a method of distributing messages about anomalies
detected by the host ACCESS 9340 or 9360. When conditions are outside
normal parameters, a meter equipped with a 9340-60-ETHER module can
send alarm information to a list of e-mail addresses.
By default, the e-mail on alarm function evaluates the need to send an
alarm notification every 30 seconds (range = 1 to 60). It bundles up to 30
events in a single e-mail. If an error occurs when sending an e-mail, the
9340-60-ETHER module attempts to send an e-mail every five minutes for
three days or until it goes through, whichever comes first. E-mails are sent
in the language selected for the Administrator account. Pickup, dropout, and
diagnostic events can trigger an e-mail (see “Advanced E-mail on Alarm
Settings” on page 20).
Setting up E-mail on Alarm
Action
Result
1. From the Setup menu, click E-mail on
Alarm.
2. Check Enable E-mail on Alarm Feature.
Opens the E-mail on Alarm setup page.
Enables the e-mail on alarm feature.
NOTE: If the check box is unchecked, e-mail is
not sent to any of the To addresses.
3. In the To: section, check the first check box Enables and enters an alarm e-mail recipient.
in the Enable column, then in the first
NOTE: If the check box is unchecked, e-mail is
E-mail Address text box, type the e-mail not sent to the To address.
address of a person receiving e-mail
alarms (49 characters maximum).
4. In the text box in the From section, type
the e-mail address of the person
administering the device (49 characters
maximum).
Enters who sent the e-mail.
5. Select the Alarm Priority to Report level
when e-mail is sent (Priority 2 is the
default).
Selects Priority 1, Priority 2, or Priority 3.
6. Type the SMTP IP address obtained from
your network administrator.
Enters the mail server IP address
(Default = 10.10.10.10).
7. If your SMTP server requires a password,
select SMTP server requires login, then
enter your username and password.
Selects the option to require a login to send
e-mails and enters the username and
password.
NOTE: A from e-mail address is required
because most SMTP servers require it.
NOTE: The 9340-60-ETHER module
supports Digest-MD5, CRAM-MD5, Login,
and Plain authentication types.
8. To test the new settings, click Test.
NOTE: The settings are saved when Test
is clicked.
9. Click Apply.
If the settings are correct, a test e-mail is sent
to the addresses in the To E-mail Addresses
text boxes.
Saves the settings.
NOTE: See Figure 14 on page 19 for an illustration of the E-mail on Alarm Setup page.
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Figure 14:
Alarm Message Content
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Alarm e-mail message content is essentially the same as an ACCESS 9340
or 9360 onboard alarm log entry:
•
Meter nameplate: in the subject line of the e-mail (for example
“ONBOARD ALARM: 9340-60-ETHER module”)
•
•
•
•
•
•
Date/Time: meter date and time when the event occurred
msec: meter milliseconds when the event occurred
Event Name: meter alarm label
Value: maximum metered value during pickup
Comment: Pickup, Dropout, Diagnostics
Priority: alarm priority
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Action
Result
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1. On the E-mail on Alarm page, click
Advanced.
Opens the Advanced E-mail on Alarm Settings
page.
2. Enter the event buffer size, the event hold
time, the alarm type to report, and the
SMTP port number.
Enters the advanced e-mail on alarm settings.
3. Click Apply.
Applies the advanced SMTP settings.
NOTE: Applying changes to the Advanced NOTE: Click Default to enter the default
advanced SMTP settings.
E-mail on Alarm Settings page does not
save changes to the E-mail on Alarm page.
Figure 15:
Advanced SMTP Settings Page
Table 10: Advanced E-mail on Alarm Settings
Option
Description
Setting
Event Buffer Size
The number of alarm events before an
e-mail is sent.
1 to 30
Event Hold Time
How long to collect alarms before sending 1 to 60
an e-mail.
Default: 30 seconds
Alarm Type to
Report
Select which alarm conditions cause an
e-mail to be sent.
Pickup, Dropout, Diagnostic
SMTP Port
Number
Enter the port number used by the SMTP
server.
Any unused port assigned by
your network administrator.
Default: 15 alarms
Default: Pickup and Diagnostic
Default: 25
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DIAGNOSTICS
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Diagnostics
To access the Diagnostics menu, click Diagnostics on the 9340-60-ETHER
module menu bar.
Statistics
Action
Result
1. From the Diagnostics menu, click
Statistics.
Opens the Statistics page (see Figure 16).
2. View the data.
See “Interpreting Statistics” on page 21.
3. Click Reset.
Resets the 9340-60-ETHER module
cumulative diagnostic data to 0.
NOTE: This page will show accumulated readings since the
9340-60-ETHER module was last activated. If power to the 9340-60-ETHER
module is lost, all cumulative values reset to zero.
Figure 16:
Statistics Page
Interpreting Statistics
Statistic
Description
Ethernet
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Frames Transmitted OK
A counter that increments each time a frame is successfully
transmitted.
Frames Received OK
A counter that increments each time a frame is successfully
received.
Collisions
A counter that increments each time a frame is retransmitted due to
collision detection.
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Excessive Collisions
A counter that increments each time a frame is not able to be sent
due to reaching the maximum collision status based on the
Truncated Binary Exponential Backoff algorithm.
CRC Errors
A counter that increments each time a frame is received that has a
checksum/CRC that does not match what is calculated.
Alignment Errors
A counter that increments each time a frame is received that has a
checksum/CRC error and does not end on an 8-bit frame boundary.
Frames Too Long
A counter that increments each time a frame is received that is
larger than the allowed maximum size defined in the standards
(frames larger than 1518 bytes).
Frames Too Short
A counter that increments each time a frame is received that is
smaller than the allowed minimum size defined in the standards
(frames smaller than 64 bytes).
Link Status
A status string that represents the speed and duplex setting being
used to communicate with the linking partner.
Modbus TCP/IP
Frames Sent
A counter that increments each time a frame is sent.
Frames Received
A counter that increments each time a frame is received.
Protocol Errors
A counter that increments each time an ill-formed message is
received.
Active Connections
A status value that represents the number of connections that are
active at the moment the diagnostics page is refreshed. A maximum
of 48 connections are supported with a default of 32 connections.
Clicking Active Connections opens a new window with a list of all of
the active client connections.
Accumulative Connections A counter that increments each time a connection is made to the
9340-60-ETHER module.
Maximum Connections
A status value that represents the maximum number of connections
that were active at any given moment.
Inbound Read Messages
A counter that increments each time a read request message is
received.
Inbound Write Messages
A counter that increments each time a write request message is
received.
Outbound Reply Messages A counter that increments each time a reply message is sent.
SMTP
E-mail Send OK
A counter that increments each time an e-mail is sent successfully
to the SMTP server.
E-mail Connect Error
A counter that increments each time the 9340-60-ETHER module is
unable to connect to the SMTP server.
E-mail Send Error
A counter that increments each time an e-mail is unable to be sent
to the SMTP server.
E-mail General Error
A counter that increments each time an e-mail is unable to be sent
due to the inability of the 9340-60-ETHER module to create the email.
Serial Port
Frames Sent
A counter that increments each time a frame is sent.
CRC Errors
A counter that increments each time a message is received that has
a CRC that does not match what is calculated. Typically the result of
wiring issues.
Frames Received
A counter that increments each time a frame is received.
Protocol Errors
A counter that increments each time an ill-formed message is
received.
Outbound Read Messages A counter that increments each time a read request message is
sent.
Outbound Write Messages A counter that increments each time a write request message is
sent.
Timeouts
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A counter that increments each time a request message is sent
without receiving a corresponding response message within the
allowed time. Timeouts are typically the result of configuration errors
or a non-responsive device.
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Statistic
Description
Excessive Collisions
A counter that increments each time a frame is not able to be sent
due to reaching the maximum collision status based on the
Truncated Binary Exponential Backoff algorithm.
CRC Errors
A counter that increments each time a frame is received that has a
checksum/CRC that does not match what is calculated.
Alignment Errors
A counter that increments each time a frame is received that has a
checksum/CRC error and does not end on an 8-bit frame boundary.
Frames Too Long
A counter that increments each time a frame is received that is
larger than the allowed maximum size defined in the standards
(frames larger than 1518 bytes).
Frames Too Short
A counter that increments each time a frame is received that is
smaller than the allowed minimum size defined in the standards
(frames smaller than 64 bytes).
Link Status
A status string that represents the speed and duplex setting being
used to communicate with the linking partner.
Modbus TCP/IP
Frames Sent
A counter that increments each time a frame is sent.
Frames Received
A counter that increments each time a frame is received.
Protocol Errors
A counter that increments each time an ill-formed message is
received.
Active Connections
A status value that represents the number of connections that are
active at the moment the diagnostics page is refreshed. A maximum
of 48 connections are supported with a default of 32 connections.
Clicking Active Connections opens a new window with a list of all of
the active client connections.
Accumulative Connections A counter that increments each time a connection is made to the
9340-60-ETHER module.
Maximum Connections
A status value that represents the maximum number of connections
that were active at any given moment.
Inbound Read Messages
A counter that increments each time a read request message is
received.
Inbound Write Messages
A counter that increments each time a write request message is
received.
Outbound Reply Messages A counter that increments each time a reply message is sent.
SMTP
E-mail Send OK
A counter that increments each time an e-mail is sent successfully
to the SMTP server.
E-mail Connect Error
A counter that increments each time the 9340-60-ETHER module is
unable to connect to the SMTP server.
E-mail Send Error
A counter that increments each time an e-mail is unable to be sent
to the SMTP server.
E-mail General Error
A counter that increments each time an e-mail is unable to be sent
due to the inability of the 9340-60-ETHER module to create the email.
Serial Port
Frames Sent
A counter that increments each time a frame is sent.
CRC Errors
A counter that increments each time a message is received that has
a CRC that does not match what is calculated. Typically the result of
wiring issues.
Frames Received
A counter that increments each time a frame is received.
Protocol Errors
A counter that increments each time an ill-formed message is
received.
Outbound Read Messages A counter that increments each time a read request message is
sent.
Outbound Write Messages A counter that increments each time a write request message is
sent.
Timeouts
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A counter that increments each time a request message is sent
without receiving a corresponding response message within the
allowed time. Timeouts are typically the result of configuration errors
or a non-responsive device.
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Meter Interface
Frames Sent
A counter that increments each time a frame is sent.
CRC Errors
A counter that increments each time a message is received that has
a CRC that does not match what is calculated.
Frames Received
A counter that increments each time a frame is received.
Protocol Errors
A counter that increments each time an ill-formed message is
received.
Outbound Read Messages A counter that increments each time a read request message is
sent.
Outbound Write Messages A counter that increments each time a write request message is
sent.
Timeouts
A counter that increments each time a request message is sent
without receiving a corresponding response message within the
allowed time. Timeouts are typically caused by resetting the host
meter by changing the configuration.
Card Information
Firmware Version
The firmware version that is installed on the 9340-60-ETHER
module.
System Idle Time
A percentage from 0% to 100% indicating the average processor
time that is not being used.
MAC Address
The unique Ethernet hardware address of the 9340-60-ETHER
module.
Serial Number
The serial number of the 9340-60-ETHER module.
Model Number
The 9340-60-ETHER module model number.
Hardware Version
9340-60-ETHER module hardware version.
Manufacture Date
Date the 9340-60-ETHER module was manufactured.
File System Information
Total Space
The maximum amount of storage space on the 9340-60-ETHER
module.
Free Space
The amount of space available on the 9340-60-ETHER module.
Meter Information
Firmware Version
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The firmware version installed on the host meter.
Serial Number
The serial number of the host meter.
Model Number
The model of the host meter.
Manufacture Date
The date the meter was manufactured.
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Read Device Registers
Result
1. From the Diagnostics menu, click Read
Device Registers.
Opens the Read Device Registers page.
2. Enter the device ID, starting register
number, and the number of registers to
read.
Enters the values to begin reading registers for
the specified device.
3. Click Read Holding Registers or Read
Input Registers.
Displays the values for the listed registers.
4. To change how the data is displayed in the Selects how the data values are displayed.
Value column, select Decimal,
Hexadecimal, Binary, or ASCII.
Table 11: Read Device Register Settings
Option
Description
Device ID
The address of the device that registers are read.
Starting Register
The first register to read.
1
1000
Number of Registers
The number of registers to read (1 to 10).
10
Register column
Lists the register numbers
—
Value column
Lists the data stored in a register.
Decimal, Hexadecimal, Select an option to specify how the Value column
Binary, or ASCII options data is displayed.
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Default
—
Decimal
Read Device Registers Page
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Action
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Monitoring
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MONITORING
To access the Monitoring menu, click Monitoring on the 9340-60-ETHER
module menu bar.
Instantaneous Readings
The 9340-60-ETHER module has the capability to show real-time device
data from the host meter using the Instantaneous Readings web page. The
metered values automatically update every 10 seconds.
Figure 18:
Instantaneous Readings page
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FIRMWARE
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Firmware
Firmware on the 9340-60-ETHER module can be updated using File
Transfer Protocol (FTP). Check www.sea.siemens.com/access or with your
local sales representative for the latest firmware update.
Finding the Firmware Version
Action
Result
1. Log into the 9340-60-ETHER module.
Opens the 9340-60-ETHER module home
page.
2. Locate the firmware version on the
bottom-left corner of the page.
Determines the firmware version of the
9340-60-ETHER module.
NOTE: If you recently updated your
firmware, press F5 to refresh the web page
and update the displayed firmware
number.
3. Alternatively, you can select Diagnostics Also determines the firmware version of the
> Statistics to find the firmware version in 9340-60-ETHER module.
the Card Information section.
Updating the Firmware File
Action
Result
1. Launch Windows Explorer, type ftp:// and Opens the Log On As dialog box.
the IP address of the 9340-60-ETHER
module (for example, ftp://169.254.0.10) in
the Address text box, then press Enter.
2. Type the user name Administrator and the Opens an FTP session with the
administrator password in the text boxes, 9340-60-ETHER module.
then click Log On.
3. Open a new Windows Explorer window,
locate the firmware file on your computer,
right-click it, then click Copy.
Copies the file to the clipboard.
4. Switch to the Windows Explorer window
you opened in step 1.
Switches to the Windows Explorer window
where the FTP address was entered.
5. Right-click in the Windows Explorer
window, then click Paste.
Copies the firmware to the 9340-60-ETHER
module, and the 9340-60-ETHER module
reboots.
NOTE: Instead of copying and pasting the
firmware file, you can drag-and-drop the
firmware file into Windows Explorer.
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6. Click the Close button on the Windows
Explorer window.
Closes Windows Explorer and ends the FTP
connection to the 9340-60-ETHER module.
7. To verify that the firmware version was
updated successfully, follow the steps in
“Finding the Firmware Version” on
page 27.
Verifies the updated firmware version.
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consequences arising out of the use of this material.
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