Station Portal, IC760STA100, Hardware User`s Guide

Station Portal, IC760STA100, Hardware User`s Guide
GE
Intelligent Platforms
Production Support Device
StationPortal*
IC760STA100
Hardware User’s Guide, GFK-2522A
February 2010
GFL-002
Warnings, Cautions, and Notes
as Used in this Publication
Warning
Warning notices are used in this publication to emphasize that hazardous voltages, currents,
temperatures, or other conditions that could cause personal injury exist in this equipment or
may be associated with its use.
In situations where inattention could cause either personal injury or damage to equipment, a
Warning notice is used.
Caution
Caution notices are used where equipment might be damaged if care is not taken.
Note:
Notes merely call attention to information that is especially significant to understanding and
operating the equipment.
This document is based on information available at the time of its publication. While efforts have been
made to be accurate, the information contained herein does not purport to cover all details or variations in
hardware or software, nor to provide for every possible contingency in connection with installation,
operation, or maintenance. Features may be described herein which are not present in all hardware and
software systems. GE Intelligent Platforms assumes no obligation of notice to holders of this document with
respect to changes subsequently made.
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Notices
GE Intelligent Platforms reserves the right to make improvements to the products described
in this publication at any time and without notice.
StationPortal is the trademark of GE Intelligent Platforms in the United States and other
countries. Any other trademarks referenced herein are the property of their respective
owners and used solely for purposes of identifying compatibility with the products of GE
Intelligent Platforms. The uIP TCP/IP stack is used in the StationPortal design under license
from Adam Dunkels <adam@dunkels.com>
The FCC requires the following note to be published according to FCC guidelines:
U.S., Canadian, Australian, and European regulations are intended to prevent equipment
from interfering with approved transmissions or with the operation of other equipment
through the AC power source.
The StationPortal product has been tested and found to meet or exceed the requirements
of U.S. (47 CFR 15), Canadian (ICES-003), Australian (AS/NZS 3548), and European
(EN55022) regulations for Class A digital devices when installed in accordance with the
guidelines noted in this manual. These various regulations share commonality in content
and test levels with that of CISPR 22 and based on this commonality testing to the each
individual standard was deemed inappropriate.
The FCC requires the following note to be published according to FCC guidelines:
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in
which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Industry Canada requires the following note to be published:
Note: This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Users must supply 100-240V, 50-60 Hz AC input power supply to power the StationPortal
u ni t covered by this manual.
This symbol is present on the enclosure where there is a risk of electric
shock due to Hazardous voltage present at that point.
For a complete list of agency approvals, please refer to “Agency Approvals” on page 21.
Contact Information
If you purchased this product through an Authorized Channel Partner, please contact the seller
directly.
General Contact Information
Online technical support and
GlobalCare
http://www.ge-ip.com/support
Additional information
http://www.ge-ip.com/
Solution Provider
solutionprovider.ip@ge.com
Technical Support
If you have technical problems that cannot be resolved with the information in this guide, please
contact us by telephone or email, or on the web at www.ge-ip.com/support
Americas
Online Technical Support
www.ge-ip.com/support
Phone
1-800-433-2682
International Americas Direct Dial
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Technical Support Email
support.ip@ge.com
Customer Care Email
customercare.ip@ge.com
Primary language of support
English
Europe, the Middle East, and Africa
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www.ge-ip.com/support
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+800-1-433-2682
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+352-26-722-780 (if toll free 800 option is unavailable or
if dialing from a mobile telephone)
Technical Support Email
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Primary languages of support
English, French, German, Italian, Czech, Spanish
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+86-400-820-8208
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Technical Support Email
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Contents
Welcome
1
Features
1
Functional Compatibility
1
Related Documents
1
Hardware Overview
2
Installation Instructions
4
Choosing a Mounting Location
4
Mounting Instructions
4
Connecting a Power Supply
5
Overcurrent Protection
5
Power Cord Retainer
5
Detailed Operation
6
Communications Ports
Ethernet Port
Serial Port
24V Discrete Input Port
Discrete Output Port
6
6
7
8
9
Horn
11
Configuration Reset Pushbutton
11
Lamps and Lenses
11
Pushbutton
11
Changeable Labels
11
Status Light
11
Hardware Configuration
12
Accessing the Configuration Menu
12
Configuration Parameters
14
StationPortal Device Driver
15
Error Handling
16
Troubleshooting Guidelines
18
StationPortal Specifications
19
Physical
19
AC Power Requirements
19
Functional
19
Environmental
20
Agency Approvals
21
Default Settings
22
Welcome
Welcome
Congratulations on your purchase of a StationPortal. The StationPortal is an I/O device that
connects factory floor I/O to a server-based system, such as MES and SCADA, over
standard Ethernet. This eliminates the need for a complex and expensive PLC-based
architecture. Operators can use the built-in devices (horn and lamps) as well as plug I/O into
one of the available ports for control by a remote client.
StationPortal is shipped ready for use after a few simple configuration steps. Connect a
power cord that has a standard IEC 60320-C13. Also, connect a standard unshielded,
twisted-pair CAT 5 Ethernet cable between the StationPortal and a Server PC or Ethernet
switch to be able to communicate with your client application. Depending on your
requirements, you may connect and configure input/output devices (see page 12).
Features
Universal power supply input (100V–240V, 50Hz–60Hz)
Three indicator lights
Status indicators for each digital I/O point
Horn, 90 dB
Serial RS-232 Port
Ethernet port, 10/100 Mbps
Three digital inputs on a 5-pin M12 female connector
Three digital outputs on a 5-pin M12 male connector
Momentary pushbutton
Configuration over Ethernet
Functional Compatibility
Clients: StationPortal is capable of communicating with a variety of clients. If Proficy*
HMI/SCADA CIMPLICITY* software is to be used with StationPortal, version 8.0 or later is
required. The necessary software driver can be ordered on CD as IC647NSD000.
Ethernet cable: Unshielded, twisted pair, UTP CAT 5 minimum
Related Documents
PROFICY HMI/SCADA – CIMPLICITY Communications Manual, StationPortal (This
document is placed in the CIMPLICITY Documentation folder when the driver is installed.
Also available in the StationPortal driver installation file.)
Proficy HMI/SCADA CIMPLICITY software documentation.
Note:
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The most recent software downloads and user documentation are available on the
Support website.
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Hardware Overview
Hardware Overview
The following diagrams show the locations of user-accessible controls, indicators and
connectors.
Front View
Top Light
Left Light
Changeable Label
Right Light
Changeable Label
Horn
Changeable Label
Momentary Pushbutton
Input Status LEDs
MAC Address Label
(on side of unit)
Output Status LEDs
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Hardware Overview
Bottom View
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Installation Instructions
Installation Instructions
The StationPortal unit can be installed on a wall or column.
Choosing a Mounting Location
The unit must be mounted on the flat surface of wall or column.
For adequate ventilation, allow at least 3 inches (76.2mm) of space between adjacent
equipment and all sides of the StationPortal. Ensure that specified conditions of
temperature and humidity are not exceeded.
Direct sun exposure may impose increased thermal loads on the StationPortal
leading to excessive temperatures. Cabinet design and orientation must be carefully
considered to avoid exceeding the operational temperature limits.
StationPortal does not have an enclosure suitable for outdoor use. For environmental
requirements, refer to page 20.
Mounting Instructions
Note:
Limit the number of times you remove and reinstall the unit. Too many installations
may damage the plastic enclosure.
1. Install two M3 screws at a horizontal distance of 3.937” (100mm) apart at the required
height.
2. Mount the StationPortal on the two screws using mounting tabs provided at the top of the
unit. Tighten the screws if required.
3.937” (100mm)
Horizontal distance between
the mounting Tabs: 3.937” (100mm)
11.821”
(300.3mm)
Vertical distance between
the mounting Tabs: 11.821” (300.3mm)
3.937”(100mm)
3. For additional support, two M3 screws can be installed at the bottom of the unit at a
vertical distance of 11.821” (300.3 mm) from top hole and 3.937” (100 mm) apart.
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Installation Instructions
Connecting a Power Supply
The StationPortal operates with 100–240V AC, 50–60 Hz input power with 0.3A RMS
maximum input current.
The StationPortal requires a power cord that has a standard IEC 60320-C13 plug.
Overcurrent Protection
StationPortal unit’s power supply provides overcurrent protection (including short circuits). If
an overcurrent condition occurs, the power supply continually tries to restart until the
overcurrent condition is removed. An internal fuse (FU1), which is rated for 250VAC at 1A, is
provided in the input line as a backup. The power supply usually trips and goes into retry
mode before the fuse blows. There is no additional indication if the power supply fuse blows.
The fuse is not user-replaceable.
Power Cord Retainer
A clip is provided on the StationPortal unit to provide retention for a few types of power cords.
Warning
Electrical Shock Hazard: To avoid personal injury or damage to equipment,
ensure that the power cord is disconnected from AC input power during the
installation of the power cord and power cord retainer clip.
Note:
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The clip provided with the StationPortal will work best with a power cord that has a
plug or cord strain relief extending up to 2.441 inches (62mm).
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Detailed Operation
Detailed Operation
A StationPortal can communicate with only one client at a time. However, a single client can
communicate with multiple StationPortal devices. Although the number and types of devices
that each client can support will vary, Proficy HMI/SCADA CIMPLICITY supports a native
interface to the StationPortal that acts as a client. Details on the number and types of devices
that a CIMPLICITY instance can support are described in the CIMPLICITY documentation.
The StationPortal I/O is natively addressable in the Proficy HMI/SCADA CIMPLICITY control
and visualization product.
Communications Ports
Ethernet Port
The StationPortal unit provides a 10/100 Mbps Ethernet port (IEEE802.3) with an RJ45
connector on the bottom of the enclosure. An unshielded, twisted pair, UTP CAT 5 cable is
the minimum required.
LED indicators on the port indicate channel status.
Port Location and Pin Assignments
Pin
Assignments
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RX+
2
RX-
3
NC
4
NC
5
TX+
6
TX-
7
NC
8
NC
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Detailed Operation
Serial Port
The StationPortal unit provides one serial communication port with the following
specifications:
Port Specifications
Connector Type
Baud Rate
Parity
Stop Bits
Flow Control
RS-232 male 9-pin D connector
Configurable baud rates: 2400, 4800, 9600, 19,200 baud with 8 data bits
Configurable: Even / Odd / None
1 (not configurable)
None (not configurable)
Port Location and Pin Assignments
Pin Assignments
Note:
1
NC
2
RXD1
3
TXD1
4
NC
5
Ground
6
NC
7
NC
8
NC
9
NC
When StationPortal unit is configured to check Even or Odd parity and equipment at
the other end of serial communication is configured for opposite parity setting, few
characters will be received by StationPortal unit which result in equal parity.
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Detailed Operation
24V Discrete Input Port
A 5-pin M12 type female connector mounted at the bottom of the enclosure accepts three
digital inputs from field. These inputs are optically isolated sink type inputs.
Pin 1 of this connector can be used as a +24V DC auxiliary power supply for input devices
and to power the DC input circuits. The combination of input circuit current and external
device current must not exceed 300 mA.
Input status LEDs (I1, I2, I3) on the front of the unit indicate the On/Off states of the inputs.
Port Location and Pin Assignments
Pin Assignments
1
24 VDC for
input devices
2
Input 2
3
0V for input
devices
4
Input 1
5
Input 3
Typical 24 VDC Positive Logic Input Circuit
3.3V
Field
3.3V
Input Connector
Input
Circuit
+ 24V
_
CPU
Input Specifications
Inputs per Module
3 (one group with a single common)
Rated voltage
24V DC
Input Voltage Range
0 to +30 VDC
Isolation: Field to Frame Ground
1500 VAC for 1 minute.
Input Current
7 mA typical at rated voltage
Input Characteristics
8
On–state Voltage
8.2 to 30 volts DC
Off–state Voltage
0 to +5 volts DC
On–state Current
1.6 mA minimum
Off–state Current
0.9 mA maximum
On response Time
24 ms typical
Off response Time
24 ms typical
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Detailed Operation
Discrete Output Port
A 5-pin M12 type male connector provides three digital outputs to the field. These are dry
contact type relay outputs. An external source of AC or DC power must be supplied to
operate field devices.
Hazardous voltage may be present at the outputs.
Pin Assignments
1
Common
2
Output 2
3
Common
4
Output 1
5
Output 3
\
The state of outputs (On/Off) is indicated on the output status LEDs (O1, O2, O3) on the front
of the unit.
Relay Specifications
Outputs per Module
3 isolated Form A relay outputs
External Power Supply
0 – 30VDC (5/24 VDC nominal)
0 – 250VAC (47 to 63 Hz), 120-240VAC nominal
Isolation, Field to Frame Ground
1500 VAC for 1 minute
Output Characteristics
Output Voltage
5 – 30VDC (5/24 VDC nominal)
Output Current
10mA per point minimum
5 – 250VAC (47 to 63 Hz), 120-240VAC nominal
4A for 5-250VAC maximum (resistive or general purpose)
4A for 5-30VDC maximum (resistive)
2A pilot duty per output (5 to 30VDC, 5 to 250VAC)
2A lamp load per output (5 to 30VDC, 5 to 250VAC)
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Output Voltage Drop
0.3VDC maximum
Output Leakage Current
Not Applicable (open contact)
Response Times (On/Off)
10ms maximum (At nominal voltage excluding contact bounce)
Switching Frequency
20 cycles per minute maximum (50% duty cycle recommended)
Protection
None. External snubbers may be applied if necessary
Relay Contact Life
See “Load Current Limitations”
Diagnostic Information
None
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Detailed Operation
Load Current Limitations
Operating
Voltage
Maximum Current for Load Type
Resistive
Lamp or Solenoid *
Typical Contact Life
(Number of Operations)
5 to 250 VAC
4 Amps
2 Amps
200,000
5 to 250 VAC
0.1 Amp
0.05 Amp
1,000,000
5 to 250 VAC
1 Amp
0.5 Amp
700,000
5 to 30 VDC
4 Amps
2 Amps
200,000
1 Amp
0.5 Amp
5 to 30 VDC
5 to 30 VDC
0.1 Amp
0.05 Amp
700,000
1,000,000
* Assumes a 7ms L/R time constant (DC inductive load) or Cos φ > 0.4 (AC inductive load)
Suppression Circuits
Relay contact life, when switching inductive loads, will approach resistive load contact life if
suppression circuits are used. Examples of typical suppression circuits for AC and DC loads
are shown below. The 1A, 200V diode shown in the DC load typical suppression example is
an industry standard 1N4935. The resistor and capacitor shown for AC load suppression are
standard components, available from most electronics distributors.
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Detailed Operation
Horn
The StationPortal horn outputs 90dB 1 .
Configuration Reset Pushbutton
The Reset push button is used to restore the factory configuration settings. For details, refer
to the “Default Settings” section on page 22.
To access the Reset pushbutton, press the Reset pushbutton for 3 seconds.
Lamps and Lenses
The StationPortal includes three lamps. Each lamp is individually configurable for one of
three states – off, on, or blinking.
All lens covers are interchangeable and can be removed by turning them counterclockwise.
Pushbutton
The StationPortal provides an integrated momentary push-button for use in your applications.
Changeable Labels
There are slots for labels below the Right light indicator, Left light indicator, and Pushbutton.
You can change the labels for the Right and Left indicator lights and the pushbutton. The
dimensions of the label are 33.78 mm x 11.99 mm x 0.40 mm (L x W x D). To insert the label
in the given slot, align the label to the edges of the slot and slide it inside the slot.
Status Light
A status LED on the bottom of the unit indicates processor activity. This LED flashes during
the normal operation of the unit.
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Sound pressure level measured at the Station Portal unit.
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Hardware Configuration
Hardware Configuration
The StationPortal’s communications and operational parameters are configured using a
Telnet connection.
Accessing the Configuration Menu
To access the Configuration Menu, connect the StationPortal unit to the Ethernet LAN or to
any personal computer (PC) using an Ethernet cable. Power up the StationPortal unit.
Open the “command prompt” window on PC by clicking on “Start
dialog box.
Run. Type “cmd” in the
At the command prompt, type the following to access the configuration menu:
> telnet <IP address>
Example: > telnet 192.168.0.35
Where <IP address> is the IP address of the StationPortal unit. The Default IP address of
StationPortal is 192.168.0.35.
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Hardware Configuration
If you do not know the IP address, it can be reset to the default settings. For details, refer to
the “Default Settings” section on page 22.
StationPortal Configuration Menu
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Hardware Configuration
Configuration Parameters
Option
Parameter
Description
Format
1
IP Address
Sets the IP address for Ethernet communications
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
2
Subnet Mask
Sets the subnet mask for Ethernet communications
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
3
Default Gateway
Sets the default gateway for Ethernet communications
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
4
Baud Rate
Selects the baud rate for serial communications
0=2400
1= 4800
2=9600
3=19,200
5
Parity
Selects the parity for serial communications
0=None
1=Odd
2=Even
6
Set default state
for outputs
Set the default states that the outputs will assume if the StationPortal
is not in communication with a client.
For example, a lack of communications could be caused by the
Ethernet cable being removed from either end of an Ethernet
connection or upon initial device power-up.
Example: To select the following default states, enter 0123000.
Right Light – OFF
Left Light – ON
Top Light – Flash
Horn – Hold
OUTPUT1 – OFF
OUTPUT2 – OFF
OUTPUT3 – OFF
0=Off
1=On
2=Flash
3=Hold Last
State
The factory default settings for StationPortal are to turn the Top Light
ON and all other outputs (horn, outputs 1-3, etc) off. Illuminating a
light when communication isn’t present allows the end-user to
distinguish between a loss of power and absence of communication.
Note: Do not enter “2” as the default state of the Field outputs
because they do not support Flash operation.
Note:
While in this state, it is expected that clients will periodically
try to re-establish communication with StationPortal. If
communication can be established, the user’s application
will once again be able to drive outputs. However, the
default conditions will persist until the application does so.
Note:
If the user has configured the default output state to “Hold
last state” and unit is power cycled, the Outputs will be
driven to “Off” state.
Note: If the user changes the default state of the output, the new
values applies when the unit is power cycled or loss of
communication occurred.
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Hardware Configuration
Option
7
8
Parameter
Keep-alive time
(seconds)
Gigabit Switch
Description
Specifies the interval (in seconds) that StationPortal waits before
sending a keep-alive probe message across an idle TCP connection.
Note:
StationPortal will send keep-alive probe messages if there is
no activity on the network for the time period specified by
this parameter. If there is no response to its first keep-alive
probe message, StationPortal will send subsequent keepalive probe messages every 1 second. StationPortal will
send a maximum of eight keep-alive probe messages on an
idle network after which it will close its TCP ports.
Note:
A value of 0 indicates that keep-alive messages are
disabled. In such cases, StationPortal will not be able to
detect all communication losses. If communication loss isn’t
properly detected, the client may be unable to reconnect to
StationPortal. Thus, we recommend that a non-zero value
be specified.
Specifies whether StationPortal is connected to a Gigabit Switch /
Controller or 10/100 Mbps switch / controller
Note:
L
Load last saved
configuration
0 to 65535
0=No
1=Yes
When StationPortal is connected to a 10/100 Mbps switch /
controller or to a Gigabit switch with Auto-negotiation mode
disabled, this parameter should be set to “No”. This
parameter should be set to “Yes” only when StationPortal is
connected to a Gigabit switch / controller with Autonegotiation mode enabled.
Reverts to the previously saved (using the “Save and Exit
command”) configuration settings.
Note:
Format
“L” or ‘l’ (lowercase L)
StationPortal maintains a copy of only the most recently
saved configuration that is used for current operation. As a
result, this option cannot be used to revert to an earlier
configuration.
S
Save and Exit
Save the changes made to the configuration settings as the current
operational settings and exits the Configuration Menu.
“S” or “s”
Q
Quit without Save
Exits the configuration menu without saving changes made to the
configuration settings.
“Q” or “q”
StationPortal Device Driver
A native CIMPLICITY device communication interface is available for the StationPortal. This
software can be ordered on CD as IC647NSD000.
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Error Handling
Error Handling
The following table identifies possible causes and resulting StationPortal behavior for various
error conditions.
Error
Possible Causes
Station Portal Behavior
Communication Errors
Communication not
established
Unit Powered up; communication has
not yet been established.
Logical Loss
Loss during normal communication.
Loss during startup.
The user-defined default output
state values are asserted. These
values are defined via telnet as
described in the “Configuration
Parameters” section on page 14.
Client has closed one or both of its
TCP connections to StationPortal.
Physical Loss
Loss of carrier signal on the RJ-45
connector.
System Critical Errors
When the StationPortal encounters this type of error, it displays a two-digit blink code on the Top light
and stops communicating with the client. Unless stated otherwise, the values of other outputs are
determined by the user-defined default configuration.
Note:
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The displayed blink codes represent two digits as explained in the entries that follow. A blink is
accomplished by first illuminating the light for 500ms and then turning the light off for another
500ms. If the horn is configured for “blink/beep” state, it will sound as the Top light is on and
be silent while the Top light is off.
EEPROM read error
Failure reading configuration settings
from the EEPROM.
Blink Code “11”
Blink the Top LED once (“1”).
Wait for 2sec (Gap between “1”
and “1”).
Blink the Top LED once (“1”).
Wait for 5sec (Gap between
error codes).
Repeat the above four steps.
Drive outputs to “off” (except
Top light “On”).
EEPROM Write Error
When processor tries to write onto
EEPROM during configuration
settings.
Blink Code “12”
Blink the Top LED once (“1”).
Wait for 2sec (Gap between “1”
and “2”).
Blink the Top LED twice (“2”).
Wait for 5sec (Gap between
error codes).
Repeat the above four steps.
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Error Handling
Error
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Possible Causes
Station Portal Behavior
Serial Transmit Buffer
Overflow
When the serial data rate received
from the client application is faster
than device transmit rate.
Blink code “21”
Blink the Top LED twice (“2”)
Wait for 2sec (Gap between “2”
and “1”).
Blink the Top LED once (“1”).
Wait for 5sec (Gap between
error codes).
Repeat the above four steps.
Serial Receive Buffer
Overflow
When the serial data rate received
from serial input device is faster than
device transmit rate to the client
application.
Blink code “22”
Blink the Top LED twice (“2”).
Wait for 2sec (Gap between “2”
and “2”).
Blink the Top LED twice (“2”).
Wait for 5sec (Gap between
error codes)
Repeat the above four steps.
Invalid OP Code
When processor fetches invalid OP
code.
No Blink code.
System will reset and go to
default state.
Watchdog reset
When watchdog timer elapses.
No Blink code.
System will reset and go to
default state.
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Troubleshooting Guidelines
Troubleshooting Guidelines
Problem
Suggested Remedy
StationPortal unit does not respond to
commands from the client
Check StationPortal unit is powered on and "Status" LED is
blinking.
Check Ethernet cable is connected properly.
Check IP address, Subnet mask and Gateway address are
set properly from the hardware configuration menu.
Check IP address is set correctly in the device properties in
C client’s project.
Check each StationPortal unit has unique IP address set in
the hardware configuration menu.
Serial data is not received or
transmitted in the client’s application
Check StationPortal unit is powered on and "Status" LED is
blinking.
Serial communication cable is connected properly with Null
modem configuration.
Check baud rate and parity are set correctly in the hardware
configuration menu.
Check baud rate and parity are set correctly in the client’s
application.
Inputs are not received correctly in the
client’s application
Check StationPortal unit is powered on and "Status" LED is
blinking.
Input cable is connected properly with correct pin sequence.
Outputs are not received correctly in
the client’s application
Check StationPortal unit is powered on and "Status" LED is
blinking.
Output cable is connected properly with correct pin
sequence.
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StationPortal Specifications
StationPortal Specifications
See page 21 for a list of agency approvals for environmental service and safety.
Physical
Enclosure dimensions
Height: 332.5 mm,
Width: 162 mm,
Depth: 73 mm
Weight
1 Kg
AC Power Requirements
*
Nominal Rated Voltage
120/240 VAC
AC Input Voltage Range
100 to 240 VAC, 50–60 Hz
Input Power (Maximum with Full
Load)
32 Watts maximum
Inrush Current
20A at 115VAC, 40A at 230VAC for 2.5ms
maximum*
Isolation (input (L,N) to Earth):
250 VAC continuous; 1500 VAC for 1 minute
The Inrush Current specification is given as a guide for sizing the external power source
for the StationPortal. Peak inrush current may be higher for shorter durations.
Functional
Serial Communication
RS-232
Port
EIA232C, DB-9 (Male)
Speed
2400 bps / 4800 bps / 9600 bps / 19200 bps
Parity
Even / Odd / None
Stop Bits
1 (not configurable)
Flow Control
None (not configurable)
Mounting hardware
#4-40 screw
Ethernet communication
IEEE 802.3 protocol
10 BaseT/100 Base TX
Auto-negotiate
Full or half duplex
RJ45 connectors
Two status LEDs
Maximum cable length: 100m
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Digital Inputs
Three digital inputs with auxiliary power
source of 300mA @ 24V
Digital Outputs
Three dry contact relay type digital outputs. An
external voltage source is required
Pushbutton
Momentary pushbutton, over 2 million
operations
Indicator lights
Three indicator lights with changeable lens
covers
Horn
90dB sound level
19
StationPortal Specifications
Environmental
*
20
Vibration
1G @40-150Hz, 0.012in p-p @10-40Hz
Shock
15G, 11ms
Operating Temperature*
0°C to 60C° (32°F to 140°F)
Storage Temperature
-30°C to +80°C (-22°F to 176°F)
Humidity
5% to 95%, non-condensing
IP Rating
IP20
Rated temperature limits refer to the ambient air temperature immediately
surrounding (within 3” - 7.6 cm) the StationPortal where it is mounted. Provisions for
remaining within the stated limits must be considered where additional external
thermal loads are imposed on the StationPortal. These could include large heat
producing motor drives or power supplies in the same cabinet.
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Agency Approvals
Agency Approvals
Model number: IC760STA100
The StationPortal is intended to be used as Information Technology Equipment Including
Electrical Business Equipment (NWGQ, NWGQ7) and when properly installed shall comply
with the following agency approvals
Description
North American
Safety for
Information
Technology
Equipment
EMC Directive and
Low Voltage
Directive
Agency Standard or
Marking
Comments
Certification by Underwriter's
Laboratories to UL60950-1: 1st
Edition (2007-10-31) standard and
equivalent CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.
60950-1-07 (March 2007) standard
Compliance to harmonized standards,
EN55024: 1998 +A1: 2001 +A2:2003
and EN60950-1: 2006, in accordance
with European Directives; Refer to
Declaration of Conformity found on
the Support website.
The agency approvals listed above and on the Declaration of Conformities are believed to be
accurate; however, a product’s agency approvals should be verified by the marking on the
unit itself.
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Default Settings
Default Settings
Factory Default Settings
To restore the StationPortal configuration to the factory default settings, press the Reset
pushbutton for 3 seconds.
Option
Setting
Factory Default Value
1
Ethernet IP address
192.168.0.35
2
Ethernet subnet mask
255.255.255.0
3
Ethernet default gateway
192.168.0.1
4
Serial baud rate
19200
5
Parity for serial communications
None
6
Default States for Outputs
(Right Light, Left Light, Top Light, Horn,
and Outputs O1, O2 and O3)
0010000
(All outputs in “OFF” state except Top
light “ON”)
7
Keep-alive time
3 sec
8
Gigabit Switch
Yes
Power-On Values for above setting will be as per Last Saved values.
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Index
A
Agency approvals, 21
B
Baud rate, 14
O
Operation, 6
Outputs
port, 9
suppression circuits, 10
Overcurrent protection, 5
Overview, hardware, 2
C
Choosing a mounting location, 4
Configuration, 12
factory default settings, 22
power-on values, 22
Configuration Reset pushbutton, 11
D
Default gateway, 14
Defaults
factory settings, 22
power-on, 22
Device driver, 15
P
Parity, 14
Power up, 5
Power-on values, 22
Q
Quit without save, 15
R
Related documents, 1
Reset, 11
E
Error Handling, 16
Ethernet
Default gateway, 14
IP address, 14
port, 6
Subnet mask, 14
F
Factory default settings, 22
Features, 1
H
Horn, 11
I
Inputs
port, 8
IP address, 14
L
Labels, changing, 11
Lenses, changing, 11
Load previous configuration, 15
S
Save and exit, 15
Serial
Baud rate, 14
Parity, 14
port, 7
Set default state for outputs, 14
Specifications, 19
Subnet mask, 14
Suppression circuits, 10
T
Technical Support. See page iv
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