style 6051 can gateway/repeater installation

style 6051 can gateway/repeater installation
STYLE 6051 CAN GATEWAY/REPEATER
INSTALLATION, OPERATION & MAINTENANCE MANUAL
123961
ISO 9001 REGISTERED COMPANY
PHONE: 330.264.5678 or 800.228.1161 I FAX: 330.264.2944 or 800.531.7335 I www.akronbrass.com
WARRANTY AND DISCLAIMER: We warrant Akron Brass products for a period of five (5) years after purchase against defects in materials or workmanship. Akron Brass will repair or replace product which fails to satisfy this warranty. Repair or replacement shall be at the
discretion of Akron Brass. Products must be promptly returned to Akron Brass for warranty service. We will not be responsible for:
wear and tear; any improper installation, use, maintenance or storage; negligence of the owner or user; repair or modification after
delivery; damage; failure to follow our instructions or recommendations; or anything else beyond our control. WE MAKE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OTHER THAN THOSE INCLUDED IN THIS WARRANTY STATEMENT, AND WE DISCLAIM ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Further, we will not be responsible for any
consequential, incidental or indirect damages (including, but not limited to, any loss of profits) from any cause whatsoever. No person
has authority to change this warranty.
© Premier Farnell Corporation. 2000 All rights reserved. No portion of this can be reproduced without the express written consent of
Premier Farnell Corporation.
revised: 6/08
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY SUMMARY..........................................................................................................................................................................................................4
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
6051 CAN GATEWAY/REPEATER......................................................................................................................................................................................5
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS...................................................................................................................................................................................6
TOOLS & MATERIALS REQUIRED........................................................................................................................................................................................................6
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION.............................................................................................................................................................................................................6
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION..................................................................................................................................................................................................................7
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS...................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
NORMAL OPERATION........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
SETUP AND CALIBRATION....................................................................................................................................................................................................................11
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS.................................................................................................................................................................................12
TROUBLESHOOTING.....................................................................................................................................................................................................13
DIAGNOSTIC LEDs...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................13
AKROVIEW SOFTWARE.........................................................................................................................................................................................................................13
REVISION HISTORY....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Figure 1 – CAN Gateway Connector Location................................................................................................................................................................................ 5
Figure 2 – CAN Gateway Mounting Holes Layout........................................................................................................................................................................ 6
Figure 3 – Gateway Label........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 7
Figure 4 – Typical Electrical Connections........................................................................................................................................................................................ 8
Figure 5 – Typical J1939 Wiring.............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 9
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SAFETY SUMMARY
SIGNAL WORD DEFINITION
Per the ANSI Z535.4 standard, the following signal words
and definitions are used to indicate hazardous situations:
DANGER
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if
not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, may
result in minor or moderate injury. It is also used to alert against unsafe practices.
GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The following are general safety precautions that are not related to any specific procedures and therefore do
not appear elsewhere in this publication. These are recommended precautions that personnel must understand
and apply during many phases of operation and maintenance.
For fire fighting use only by trained fire fighters.
Do not use the Toggle Switch Box when the override cranks are being used or are in position for use.
Although the enclosure for the Toggle Switch Box is water-resistant, it is important to keep water out of
the enclosure. Prolonged exposure to water will cause damage. When the cover of the enclosure is
removed, make sure the seal under the cover is intact and free of dirt and debris.
This product must be wired in adherence with the SAE J1939/11 specification.
Failure to do so may result in sporadic operation or non-operation.
While this device is designed to reside on a standard J1939 CAN network, it is recommended that Akron Brass
CAN products operate on their own CAN network isolated from the other CAN networks on the vehicle.
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
6051 CAN GATEWAY/REPEATER
• Power - 8 to 33 volts DC, <.25 amperes
• Operating Temperature - -40°C. to +85°C.
• Storage Temperature - -50°C. to +85°C.
• Communications – J1939/11 CAN Network
Figure 1
Primary Network
(To UII Logic Box)
Secondary Network
(To Vehicle Network)
CAN Gateway Connentor Location
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
TOOLS & MATERIALS REQUIRED
• Deutsch Crimping Tool
• Deutsch DTM06-4S-CE13 or equivalent and associated crimp terminals
• Optional Akron Brass 721579 pre-wired connector/harness
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
The 6051 CAN Gateway/Repeater comes with a mounting tabs that allow surface mounting.
For a surface mount application, use two screws through the two mounting tabs to directly mount the Gateway to the surface. See
Figure 2 for recommended hole layout.
Although the enclosure for the Gateway is potted and water-resistant, it is important
to keep water out of the enclosure. Prolonged exposure to water will cause damage.
Figure 2
3.75
0.188 (2 places)
3.56
3.56
4.25
CAN Gateway Mounting Holes Layout
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
The following is intended to provide the basic instructions for installation of the 6051 CAN Gateway/Repeater. Refer to Figure 5, Figure
3, Figure 4, and Figure 5 for additional information. Wiring must be in compliance with SAE J1939 for proper operation.
Step 1
Connect Battery Positive to Pin #1 of Primary Network connector. (use of Akron Brass Harness stub part number 721579 is recommended)
Step 2
Connect Battery Negative to Pin #2 of Primary Network connector.
Step 3
Connect CAN HI to Pin #3 of Primary Network connector. (Akron Brass Harness stub part number 721579 already has this pin properly connected to a J1939 CAN network stub connector)
Step 4
Connect CAN LO to Pin #4 of Primary Network connector. (Akron Brass Harness stub part number 721579 already has this pin properly connected to a J1939 CAN network stub connector)
Step 5
Add a terminating resistor if this device is at the end of either network.
Step 6
Plug secondary network connector into vehicle network.
This product must be wired in adherence with the SAE
J1939/11
specification. Failure to do so may result in sporadic operation or non-operation.
While this device is designed to reside on a standard J1939
CAN network, it is recommended that Akron Brass CAN products operate
on their own CAN network isolated from the other CAN networks on the vehicle.
Figure 3
2.90
CAN GATEWAY / REPEATER
STYLE 6051
Setup Switch 1
Setup Switch 2
RECEIVE
RECEIVE
TRANSMIT
TRANSMIT
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WOOSTER, OHIO
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1.073
Gateway Label
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Setup Switch 3
0.989
2.90
READY
6032 UNIVERSAL II
(PIN GAUGE)
12AWG.
VEHICLE BATTERY (+)
12AWG.
VEHICLE BATTERY (-)
12AWG.
AUXILIARY BATTERY (+)
12AWG.
AUXILIARY BATTERY (-)
16AWG.
MOTOR #5 OUTPUT
16AWG.
MOTOR #5 OUTPUT
16AWG.
SOURCE OUTPUT #1
16AWG.
SOURCE OUTPUT #2
16AWG.
SOURCE OUTPUT #3
RELAY FLOATING CONTACT (COM) 16AWG.
RELAY FLOATING CONTACT (N.O.) 16AWG.
RELAY FLOATING CONTACT (N.C.) 16AWG.
16AWG.
SWITCH INPUT #1
16AWG.
SWITCH INPUT #2
16AWG.
SWITCH INPUT #3
16AWG.
SWITCH INPUT #4
16AWG.
SWITCH INPUT #5
20AWG.
SWITCH INPUT #6
16AWG.
SWITCH INPUT #7
20AWG.
SWITCH INPUT #8
16AWG.
SWITCH INPUT #9
16AWG.
AUX. POWER OUT (1 AMP)
20AWG.
VEHICLE CAN HI
20AWG.
VEHICLE CAN LO
16AWG.
COMMON (GROUND)
16AWG.
AKRON BRASS CAN HI
20AWG.
AKRON BRASS CAN LO
16AWG.
WELDON V-MUX COM
A
20AWG.
WELDON V-MUX COM
B
J1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
J2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
Typical Electrical Connections
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OTHER CAN DEVICES SUCH AS
6036 DIRECTION INDICATOR
NOTE #1
CENTER OFF TOGGLE SW.
VEHICLE BATT. (+)
VEHICLE BATT. (-)
CAN HI
CAN LO
20AWG.
CUSTOMER WIRING USES
DEUTSCH #DT06-4S
TO VEHICLE BATTERY
SWITCH INPUT #2
TO VEHICLE BATTERY
ACTUATOR MOTOR
(FOR INSTANCE, DISCHARGE VALVE)
TO VEHICLE BATTERY
PILOT LIGHT
PILOT LIGHT
USE AS OPTIONAL POWER TO JOYSTICK
TYPICAL SWITCH
RELAY COIL
CUSTOMER WIRING USES DEUTSCH #HDP26-24-29SE
NOTE #1
TO VEHICLE
BATTERY
RELAY COIL
TO VEHICLE BATTERY (+) (+12V OR +24V)
REFER TO MONITOR OR
TURRET WIRING
HARNESS SCHEMATIC
TYPICAL SWITCH
NOTE #2
USE J1939/11 OR /15 COMPLIANT
CABLE. FOR DETAILED INFORMATION
ON J1939 NETWORK WIRING, SEE SHEET 4
NOTE #1
J1939 CAN REQUIRES 120 OHM
TERMINATING RESISTORS AT EACH
END OF NETWORK.
6051 CAN
GATEWAY
TO MONITOR
TO VEHICLE BATTERY
CENTER OFF TOGGLE SW.
Figure 4
VEHICLE CAN HI
VEHICLE CAN LO
23
YELLOW
24
24
GREEN
25
25
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120 ohm
23
Typical J1939 Wiring
B
C
B
C
B
C
B
C
E
A
A
MUST NOT EXCEED 1 METER LENTGH
- KEY CODE
G
B
GREEN
- KEY CODE
C
B
A
D
12
E
C
B
A
- KEY CODE
MUST NOT EXCEED 1 METER LENTGH
NETWORK LENTGH (TERMINATOR TO TERMINATOR) NOT TO EXCEED 40 METERS
- KEY CODE
C
B
A
C
B
A
PLEASE REFER TO SAE J1939/11
E
C
A
1
YELLOW
C
B
A
B
G
GREEN
YELLOW
E
C
B
A
C
B
A
B
F
D
C
B
A
12
- KEY CODE
120 ohm
C
HDP26-24-29SE PLUG
DT06-3S-EP11 PLUG w/ W3S-P012 WEDGE LOCK
DT06-3S-P006 TERMINATING RESISTOR ASSEMBLY
DT04-3P-P007 "Y" RECEPTACLE
DT06-3S-EP11 PLUG w/ W3S-1939-P012 WEDGE LOCK
DT06-4S w/ W4S WEDGE LOCK
SAEJ1939/1802SHBLK or
2018E0309 or
FJ1939182-005 or
M0702001
DESCRIPTION
12 13
A-B PART NUMBER
707581
742204 / 784201
742205
758306
742204 / 784200
707427 / 785025
**INSTEAD OF TERMINATING RESISTOR,
MAY CONTINUE ON TO REMAINING
VEHICLE CAN NETWORK**
SUGGESTED PARTS LIST
- KEY CODE
C
B
A
C
B
A
- KEY CODE
TO BATTERY
POSITIVE (+)
ITEM MANUFACTURER
A
Deutsch IPD
B
Deutsch IPD
C
Deutsch IPD
D
Deutsch IPD
E
Deutsch IPD
F
Deutsch IPD
Champlain Wire
Raychem
G
Northwire
Judd Wire
G
1
- KEY CODE
A
C
C
A
B
A
B
A
12
GREEN
D
YELLOW
4
- KEY CODE
3
B
2
G
GREEN
C
COMMON
TO BATTERY
POSITIVE (+)
F
YELLOW
4
SHIELD DRAIN WIRE MAY BE OPTIONALLY CONNECTED HERE.
IF SO, MUST NOT BE CONNECTED ELSEWHERE TO
COMMON OR BATTERY NEGATIVE (-)
(SEE J1939/11 SECTION 5.2.4)
A
DIRECTION INDICATOR (6036)
CUSTOMER WIRING USES
DEUTSCH DT06-4S PLUG
2
G
UNIVERSAL II (6032) (CONNECTOR J1)
CUSTOMER WIRING USES
DEUTSCH HDP26-24-29SE
3
MUST NOT EXCEED 1 METER LENTGH
CAN JOYSTICK (6035)
CUSTOMER WIRING USES
DEUTSCH DT06-4S PLUG
Figure 5
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
NORMAL OPERATION
The 6051 CAN Gateway/Repeater is Plug and Play, and comes ready to use. Once installed, the CAN Gateway/Repeater can be used in
conjunction with a Universal II control box or other Akron Brass CAN based controllersto operate the monitor/turret.
NOTE: The 6051 CAN Gateway/Repeater is designed to be as benign as possible on typical CAN networks. It performs standard address claiming on the J1939 (primary) side. It issues standard J1939 Joystick messages. It is possible to have multiple Universal II’s on the
same network all driven by a common CAN Gateway/Repeater. Contact Akron Brass customer support for custom software if this is a
requirement.
For fire fighting use only by trained fire fighters.
Do not use the Toggle Switch Box when the override
cranks are being used or are in position for use.
There are several 6051 CAN secondary CAN Gateway/Repeater variants programmed to
meet specific OEM needs. If you are unsure of the variant you need, please contact an
Akron Brass customer service representative for assistance.
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SETUP AND CALIBRATION
Changes to the behavior of the Gateway/Repeater can be achieved by entering the setup mode. This can be done in the field with a
small magnet. Three small dots located on the connector label (see Figure 2) identify the location of Hall Effect switches inside the
box. Do not attempt to use these unless instructed to do so by Akron Brass personnel.
Please refer to the 6051 CAN Gateway Messaging Reference Manual found on the Akron Brass website.
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MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
The 6051 CAN Gateway/Repeater has no user serviceable parts inside. If the device fails to operate properly, please contact an Akron
Brass customer service representative for a replacement.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
DIAGNOSTIC LEDs
The CAN Gateway/Repeater has five LEDs divided into two groups. One is located near the 4 pin connector labeled Ready, Receive,
and Transmit. Their colors are Green, Yellow, and Red respectively. Under normal operation, the Green Ready LED indicates the unit
is powered and that the unit’s microprocessor is running. The Yellow LED will blink on and off when there are CAN messages sent by
other devices on the network that pertain to the primary J1939 4 pin connector. The Red LED will light when the gateway is sending
CAN messages that have been received/translated from the secondary CAN network. When the gateway returns to a quiescent state,
the Red LED will turn off.
The second group of LED’s is associated with the secondary CAN network pigtail connector labeled Receive and Transmit. Their colors
are Yellow and Green respectively. Under normal operation, the Yellow LED will blink on and off when there are CAN messages sent by
other devices on the network that pertain to the secondary CAN network pigtail connector. The Red LED will light when the gateway
is sending CAN messages that have been received/translated from the primary CAN network’s 4 pin connector. When the gateway
returns to a quiescent state, the Red LED will turn off.
AKROVIEW SOFTWARE
As with all of the Akron Brass CAN product family, the 6051 CAN Gateway/Repeater supports the Akroview Software. The software
provides additional diagnostics as well as software updating and other capabilities. Contact Akron Brass for additional information on
how you can obtain a copy of Akroview software.
REVISION HISTORY
Revision 0 – 5/06/13 Initial release.
PHONE: 330.264.5678 or 800.228.1161 I FAX: 330.264.2944 or 800.531.7335 I akronbrass.com
revised: 5/13
WARRANTY AND DISCLAIMER: We warrant Akron Brass products for a period of five (5) years after purchase against defects in materials or workmanship. Akron Brass will repair or replace product
which fails to satisfy this warranty. Repair or replacement shall be at the discretion of Akron Brass. Products must be promptly returned to Akron Brass for warranty service.
We will not be responsible for: wear and tear; any improper installation, use, maintenance or storage; negligence of the owner or user; repair or modification after delivery; damage; failure to follow
our instructions or recommendations; or anything else beyond our control. WE MAKE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OTHER THAN THOSE INCLUDED IN THIS WARRANTY STATEMENT,
AND WE DISCLAIM ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Further, we will not be responsible for any consequential, incidental or
indirect damages (including, but not limited to, any loss of profits) from any cause whatsoever. No person has authority to change this warranty.
ISO 9001 REGISTERED COMPANY
© Akron Brass Company. 2000 All rights reserved. No portion of this can be reproduced without the express written consent of Akron Brass Company.
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