Q03 - 16 Bit Processor Owners Manual

Q03 - 16 Bit Processor Owners Manual
Q03 - 16 Bit Processor
Owners Manual
Manual Revision No. 1.05
Dated October 2010
Copyright 2000 to QTech Data Systems
Christchurch, NEW ZEALAND
Limited
All rights reserved
The circuit details and know how disclosed in this document are proprietary to QTech Data Systems
Limited and shall remain the intellectual property of QTech Data Systems Limited.
DISCLAIMER
The information in this document is subject to change without notice and does not represent a commitment on
any part of QTech Data Systems Limited. While the information contained herein is assumed to be accurate,
QTech Data Systems Limited assumes no responsibility for any errors or omissions.
QTech Data Systems Limited
Amuri Park, 404 Barbadoes Street
Christchurch, NEW ZEALAND
Ph +64-3-366-3713
Fax +64-3-365-2815
www.qtech.co.nz
REVISION DETAILS
1.01 – Apr 2000
Original.
1.02 – Nov 2000
Page 29 – Reserved Address DIP Switch codes added.
1.03 – Nov 2001
Q03 Revision D functions added.
1.04 – Oct 2003
Update Q03 dip settings table
1.05 – Oct 2010
New logo and page layout
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Revision Details ......................................................................... 5
Table of Contents....................................................................... 7
Introduction ................................................................................ 9
Functionality............................................................................. 11
Central Processor Core...............................................................11
EEPROM Memory ........................................................................11
Real Time Clock ...........................................................................12
Battery Backup ............................................................................12
System Reset ...............................................................................12
Module Address ...........................................................................12
Status LEDs..................................................................................12
Diagnostics Port ..........................................................................12
RS232 Port....................................................................................13
RS485 Port....................................................................................13
Radio Modem Port .......................................................................13
Configuration............................................................................ 14
Battery Back Up ...........................................................................15
Status LEDs Enable.....................................................................16
System Reset Disable .................................................................16
Processor SRAM Enable.............................................................17
RS232 Serial Port .........................................................................17
RS485 Serial Port .........................................................................18
Connections ............................................................................. 25
Diagnostics Serial Port ...............................................................25
RS232 Serial Port .........................................................................25
RS485 Serial Port .........................................................................26
Specifications........................................................................... 27
Warranty & Liability.................................................................. 29
Quick Find Index ...................................................................... 30
User’s Notes ............................................................................. 31
Q03 16 Bit Processor Module
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INTRODUCTION
This revision 1.03 manual is for use with the Q03 - 16 Bit Processor up to and including Rev D printed circuit
boards.
Photograph showing the Q03D – 16 Bit Processor
Note
The photograph above shows a Q03D – 16 Bit Processor revision D printed circuit board.
The Product
The Q03 - 16 Bit Processor is a central processing board (printed circuit board) based around the Motorola
MC68HC16Z1 micro controller. In addition to the core CPU functions, the board includes:
Data and program storage memory.
EEPROM configuration data backup.
Analog input and output functions.
System reset functions.
Real time clock functions.
Serial communications functions.
Battery backup functions.
Control functions for associated attached motherboards.
The Q03 - 16 Bit Processor board is designed to ‘piggy back’ onto an associated motherboard. Examples of this
are the Q20 - QRTU motherboard and the Q22 - DATRAN II eXcel motherboard.
What’s in this Manual
This manual contains the following sections:
The Functionality section describes the features and functions of the various components of the Q03 16 Bit Processor.
Q03 16 Bit Processor Module
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INTRODUCTION
The Configuration section explains how to configure the various hardware settings on the Q03 - 16 Bit
Processor to suit its’ specific application.
The Connections section explains how to inter-connect the Q03 - 16 Bit Processor to other devices.
At the end of this manual you will find the following sections - Specifications, Warranty details and a
‘Quick Find Index’ to help in finding information in this manual.
Throughout the manual NOTE’s and TIP’s (shown in green italic letters) are included to give related suggestions,
explanations and additional information, etc.
The Q03 - 16 Bit Processor board is referred to as the Q03 Processor throughout this manual.
QTech Data Systems Limited is referred to as QTech throughout this manual.
Additional Information
In conjunction with this manual the following manuals should also be red to dependent upon the application of the
Q03 Processor:
The Q20 - QRTU motherboard manual.
The Q22 - DATRAN II eXcel motherboard manual.
The Q90 - Online Configuration & Diagnostic Reference manual.
Precautions
The power should be removed from the Q03 Processor by removing the power connector before
setting up and making any adjustments to the Q03 Processor.
The Q03 Processor incorporates static discharge sensitive devices. Normal Anti Static Discharge
precautions should be employed when setting up and making any adjustments to the Q03
Processor.
An anti-static wristband should be worn and the earth connection of this wristband should be connected to the
terminal marked ‘EARTH’ on the Q03 Processor before any adjustments are made.
When re-installing the Q03 Processor onto the associated motherboard check to ensure that the Q03 Processor is
correctly seated on the motherboard’s connectors. That is, that the connectors are not misaligned.
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Q03 16 Bit Processor Module
FUNCTIONALITY
This section describes the functions and facilities of the Q03 Processor.
Q03 Processor Layout
The diagram below shows the generalised layout of the Q03 Processor and can be used to locate and identify the
various parts and functions detailed in this manual.
Generalised layout of the Q03D Processor.
Functional Description
Central Processor Core
The Q03 Processor is based around the industry standard Motorola MC68HC16Z1 high-speed 16-bit micro
controller chip running at a clock frequency of 16.78MHz.
The MC68HC16Z1 application software is stored in an onboard 128K by 16 bit word Flash memory chip. The
Flash memory chip has replaced the 2 EPROM program storage devices used in previous versions of the board.
The flash memory is specifically designed for in-system programming via the MC68HC16Z1 micro controller BDM
port. A connector is provided on the Q03 Processor to allow application software loading from a PC via a
proprietary BDM programming dongle. Data is stored in two 128K by 8 bit SRAM chips configured to provide 128K
by 16 bits words of data storage. The data storage SRAM is battery backed up to provided data retention during
power down.
EEPROM Memory
A 4K by 8 bit serial EEPROM memory chip is used to store application specific setup and configuration data. The
EEPROM memory is non-volatile and will retain data in the absence of power and back up battery failure.
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CONFIGURATION
Real Time Clock
The real time clock chip provides system day of the week, day of month, month, year, time in 12/24 hours format
and am/pm. The real time clock is battery backed up to maintain its’ operation during power down. An inbuilt
software algorithm that provides accurate time keeping compensates for real time clock time drift.
Battery Backup
An inbuilt 2.4 volt 12 mA/hour nickel metal hydride battery provides system battery back up. This battery is
recharged and maintained at full charge capacity whenever the Q03 Processor is powered up. A totally discharged
back up battery will take approximately 40 hours to totally recharge.
When all of the battery backed up options on the Q03 Processor are enabled the total battery current is
approximately 1 uA. Therefore a fully charged back up battery will theoretically maintain these functions for 12,000
hours. Allowing for a 50% safety margin the battery will provide approximately 250 days of back up operation
Jumpers are provided on the Q03 Processor to enable/disable the various optionally battery backed up functions.
Refer to the configuration section on page 14 for details.
System Reset
The system reset circuitry ensures proper and reliable operation of the Q03 Processor during power failure and
power brown-outs. A system watchdog function provides protection and ensure re-starting of an out of step central
processor. An externally accessible reset push button is provided for user invoked cold restarting of the central
processor and associated peripherals.
The system reset functions can be disabled for diagnostic fault finding and for first time application software
program loading. Refer to the configuration section on page 14 for details.
Module Address
An 8 position DIP switch is provided on the Q03 Processor to allow the setting of a unique module address. This
module address is used to uniquely identify the module in all communications between the module and other
modules and devices. The module address can be any number between 1 and 254. The module address 0 is a
reserved address while module address 255 is used to re-load the factory default configuration settings. Refer to
page 19 for details.
Status LEDs
System status is displayed on 6 LEDs. The function of these LEDs is detailed below:
ON
This is a green LED that shows that power is applied to the Q03 Processor.
OK
This is a green LED that shows the status of the central processing unit. The LED blinks slowly when the
CPU is functioning correctly. The LED blinks 6 times quickly whenever a system reset has occurred. Any
other condition of this LED indicates a malfunction of the CPU.
A
This is a yellow LED that illuminates whenever an RS232 cable is plugged into the selected RS232 port
connector. The CTS and RTS lines on the remote terminal equipment must be linked.
B
This is a yellow LED that illuminates whenever IPB (Intelligent Peripheral Bus) communications are active.
C
This is a yellow LED that illuminates whenever a Data Logging Event is being recorded.
D
This is a yellow LED that flashes out the various error event codes.
Note
Refer to the Online Configuration & Diagnostic Reference manual for details of the functions associated
with LEDs B, C and D.
The status LEDs can be enabled and disabled. Refer to page 16 for details.
Diagnostics Port
The Diagnostics serial port is used for on-line configuration, diagnostics and data/program exchange.
The default configuration for the Diagnostics serial port is as follows:
Mode
Baud
Bits
Parity
Stop
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Half Duplex
19200
8
None
1 Bit
Q03 16 Bit Processor Module
CONFIGURATION
The Diagnostics serial port can be extended up to a maximum of 15 metres. Beyond this distance communications
can be unreliable.
The Diagnostics serial port can be directed to the on-board RJ45 connector or it can be redirected to another RJ45
connector on an associated motherboard. Generally the Diagnostics serial port is directed to the on-board RJ45
connector. The configuration of the Diagnostics serial port is detailed on page 17.
RS232 Port
Port
The RS232 serial port is used for specialised serial communication devices. These devices include Telephone and
Radio Modems, GSM Cellular Modems and PLC’s etc.
RS485 Port
The RS485 serial port is used for inter-module long distance, high speed communications.
The RS485 serial port has inbuilt provision for line termination. In RS485 applications, especially over long lines,
the RS485 transceivers at either end of the line should be terminated with a 120-ohm load. In multi-drop RS485
applications only the far end RS485 transceivers should be terminated. The RS485 serial port can operate in a
multi-drop configuration allowing a maximum of 32 devices to be connected to the RS485 line.
The RS485 serial port can be extended up to a maximum distance of approximately 1000 meters with appropriate
cable and installation.
The RS485 serial port can be directed to the on-board RJ10 connector or it can be re-directed to an alternative
connector on an associated motherboard. Generally the RS485 serial port is directed to the on-board RJ10
connector. The configuration of the RS485 port is detailed on page 18.
Radio Modem Port
The Q03 Processor has a third TTL compatible serial port dedicated for use by an associated off-board radio
modem for networked radio telephone and direct line communications.
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CONFIGURATION
CONFIGURATION
This section describes how to configure the Q03 Processor via the various on-board configuration jumpers and
switches.
The power should be removed from the Q03 Processor by removing the power connector before
carrying out any of the configurations detailed below.
The Q03 Processor incorporates static discharge sensitive devices. Normal Anti Static Discharge
precautions should be employed when setting up and making any adjustments to the Q03
Processor.
An anti-static wristband should be worn and the earth connection of this wristband should be connected to the
terminal marked ‘EARTH’ on the Q03 Processor before any adjustments are made.
Configuration Jumper Functions
The following list describes the function of each of the configuration jumpers on the Q03 Processor:
J1
When closed this jumper enables the various battery backed up functions on the Q03 Processor. This
jumper is normally closed.
J2
When closed this jumper provides a 120 ohm termination to the RS485 line. This jumper is normally
closed.
J3
When closed this jumper provides an earth connection to pin 4 of the RS485 RJ10 connector. This jumper
is normally open.
J4
This two-way jumper selects whether the RS485 port is directed to the on-board or off-board RS485 port
connector.
J5
This two-way jumper selects whether the RS232 port CTS line is directed to the on-board or off-board
RS232 port connector.
J6
This two-way jumper selects whether the RS232 port RXD line is directed to the on-board or off-board
RS232 port connector.
J7
When closed this jumper provides battery back up to the MC68HC16Z1 micro controller’s internal SRAM.
This jumper is normally open.
J8
When closed this jumper disables the Reset functions and is used for hardware diagnostics and first time
program loading. This jumper is normally open.
J9
When closed this jumper provides +5 volts output to pin 1 of the RS485 RJ10 connector. This jumper is
normally open.
J10
When closed this jumper provides +5 volts output to pin 1 of the Diagnostics port RJ45 connector. This
jumper is normally open.
J11
When closed this jumper enables the six on-board diagnostic LED’s (lights). This jumper is normally
closed.
J12
Selects the upper or lower program block of the Flash Program memory. This jumper is normally closed.
Note:
A jumper is closed when a jumper shorting link is installed on the jumper. A jumper is open when a jumper
shorting link is removed/not installed.
A two way jumper has three pins so that the jumper shorting link can be installed one of two ways.
Configuration Jumper Settings
The following section describes the function and settings of each of the configuration jumpers on the Q03
Processor.
The diagram below shows the general location of each of the configuration jumpers on the Q03 Processor. The
precise location, orientation and identification of jumper pin numbers is best done by referring to the diagrams in
this manual and referring to an actual Q03 Processor.
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Q03 16 Bit Processor Module
CONFIGURATION
Location of Configuration Jumpers on Q03 Processor.
In the diagrams shown below the square pad on each jumper header is pin No 1. The pins are numbered 1, 2, and
3 away from pin No 1.
TIP
A pair of fine pointed nosed pliers or tweezers can be used to remove and install the jumper shorting links.
The jumper shorting links will only fit onto the jumper pins one way. Always check that they are seated
properly.
Unused or open jumper shorting links may be installed on only one pin of the jumper
Battery Back Up
The diagram below shows the location of the Battery Backup Enable jumper J1 at the lower left hand edge of the
Q03 Processor.
Location of Configuration Jumper J1.
Jumper J1 globally enables and disables the battery back up functions. These functions include the Real Time
Clock, data storage SRAM and the MC68HC16Z1 micro controller in-built SRAM.
Jumper J1 should normally have a shorting link installed. It should only be open when undertaking board level
servicing or when the Q03 Processor is to be stored for a very long period to prevent the battery going completely
flat.
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CONFIGURATION
System Battery Back up
J1
ENABLED
INSTALL
DISABLED
OPEN
Battery Back Up Jumper Configurations.
Status LEDs Enable
The diagram below shows the location of Status LED Enable jumper J11 at the lower left hand edge of the Q03
Processor.
Location of Configuration Jumper J11.
Jumper 11 enables and disables the power to the Status LEDs. Normally J11 should have a shorting link installed.
However in power consumption sensitive applications the Status LEDs can be turned off to conserve power by
removing this shorting link.
Status LEDs Power
J11
ENABLED INSTALL
DISABLED
OPEN
Status LED’s Power Jumper Configurations
System Reset Disable
The diagram below shows the location of the System Reset Disable jumper J8 at the upper left hand edge of the
Q03 Processor.
Location of Configuration Jumper J8.
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Q03 16 Bit Processor Module
CONFIGURATION
The system reset signals are generated by the reset button or by the on-board watch dog timer timing out. The
system reset can be disabled for hardware diagnostics and for first time program loading.
Note
Refer to the Online Configuration & Diagnostic Reference manual for use of this option.
Jumper J8 enables and disables the System reset function. Normally this jumper is open.
System Reset Control
J8
ENABLED
OPEN
DISABLED INSTALL
System Reset Disable Jumper Configurations
Processor SRAM Enable
The diagram below shows the location of Processor SRAM Enable jumper J7 at the upper left hand edge of the
Q03 Processor.
Location of Configuration Jumper J7.
Jumper J7 is used to enable battery backup to the MC68HC16Z1 micro controller in-built SRAM. Normally this
jumper is open.
Note
In software applications that require the micro controller in-built SRAM to be battery backed up, details will
be given in the applicable software notes.
Processor SRAM Enable
J7
ENABLED
INSTALL
DISABLED
OPEN
Processor SRAM Enable Jumper Configurations
RS232 Serial Port
The diagram below shows the location of the jumpers J5 and J6 associated with the RS232 port configuration at
the bottom left of the Q03 Processor.
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CONFIGURATION
Location of RS232 Configuration Jumpers.
The RS232 serial port is used for on-line configuration, diagnostics and data/program exchange. The RS232 serial
port can be directed to the on-board RJ45 connector or it can be redirected to another RJ45 connector on an
associated motherboard. Generally the RS232 serial port is directed to the on-board RJ45 connector.
Note
In a Q22 - DATRAN II eXcel application the RS232 is always directed to the on-board RJ45 connector.
RS232 Serial Port Configuration
J5
J6
ON-BOARD
1-2
1-2
OFF-BOARD
2-3
2-3
Optional RS232 Jumper Configurations.
RS485 Serial Port
The diagram below shows the location of the jumper J4 associated with the RS485 port configuration at the bottom
left of the Q03 Processor.
Location of RS485 Configuration Jumpers.
The RS485 serial port is used for inter-module long distance, high speed communications. The RS485 serial port
can be directed to the on-board RJ10 connector or it can be re-directed to another other connectors on an
associated motherboard. Generally the RS485 serial port is directed to the on-board RJ10 connector.
Note
In a Q22 - DATRAN II eXcel application the RS485 is always directed to the on-board RJ10 connector.
RS485 Serial Port Configuration
J4
ON-BOARD
1-2
OFF-BOARD
2-3
Optional RS485 Jumper Configurations.
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CONFIGURATION
The RS485 serial port has inbuilt provision for line termination. In RS485 applications, especially over long lines,
the RS485 transceivers at either end of the line should be terminated with a 120-ohm load. In multi-drop RS485
applications only the far end RS485 transceivers should be terminated.
To enable the 120 ohm line terminating resistor install a shorting link on J2
RS485 Line Termination
J2
TERMINATED
INSTALL
UN-TERMINATED
OPEN
RS485 Line Termination Jumper Configurations.
The onboard RJ10 RS485 connector has provision for supplying ground and +5 volts on pins 4 and 1 respectively.
This option provides power for specialised RS485 self-power devices that may be plugged into this connector.
This option when enabled also provides +5 volts on pin 1 of the RS232 serial port RJ45 connector.
RS485 Power Output
J3
J9
ENABLED INSTALL INSTALL
DISABLED
OPEN
OPEN
RS485 Power Jumper Configurations
Note
Under normal operating conditions this option must be disabled. If the ground and/or the +5 volt lines on
this connector are routed over the RS485 and/or RS232 line/s then any induced RF, voltages, or static
discharges would be coupled directly back into the Q03 Processor power supply rails causing possible
hardware failure.
Module Address Settings.
Each module in a network must have a unique module address. This address can be any number in the range
1…239. The module addresses 0 and [240 to 255] are reserved addresses and should not be used.
Note
Refer to the Online Configuration & Diagnostic Reference manual for details of the functions associated
with addresses 240 to 255
Module address 255 is used to restore the factory default setting.
An 8 position DIP switch is located approximately in the centre of the Q03 Processor. This DIP switch is used to
set the required module address. The DIP switches are labeled 1 to 8. The ON position is also marked on the DIP
switch, that is the direction that a DIP switch must be moved to for the DIP switch to be on.
TIP
Use a ball pen or small screw driver blade to set the DIP switches.
positioned at the end of its’ travel when setting the switches.
Ensure that the DIP switch is
The DIP switches are set in binary number format. That is:
Binary
1
2
4
8
16
32
64
128
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
The table below shows the DIP switch settings for the individual addresses 0 to 255. Do not use dip settings for
address ranges that are not clearly marked as valid address.
Address
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4
5
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7
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8
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50
51
52
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55
56
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58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
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CONFIGURATION
Address
68
69
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1
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CONNECTIONS
CONNECTIONS
This section describes the function and connections to the various connectors on the Q03 Processor.
Communications Connectors
There are three connectors located on the lower edge of the Q03D Processor for the Diagnostics, RS232 and
RS485 communications ports. The following paragraphs describe the connections to these ports.
Diagnostics Serial Port
The Diagnostics serial port is used for on-line configuration, diagnostics and data exchange. The Diagnostics
serial port connector is an 8 way RJ45 connector located on the bottom edge of the Q03 Processor.
Note
This RJ45 connector must be configured as the Diagnostics serial port before it can be used. Refer to
page 17 for details.
In a standard application of the Q03 Processor the Diagnostics serial port operates at 19200 baud, the maximum
allowable cable length is typically 15 metres.
Standard 8 way RJ45 crimp plugs are used in making up Diagnostics serial port interconnection cables. These
plugs are designed for use with stranded (24/26 AWG) 8 core flat data cable. An RJ45 crimping tool must be used
to crimp the RJ45 plugs onto the data cable to ensure proper and reliable crimping. Improperly crimped connectors
can damage the RJ45 socket and cause unreliability.
Note
In electrically noisy environments it may be necessary to use screened data cable for longer lengths of
cable.
The Diagnostics port Clear to Send (CTS) and Request to Send (RTS) signal lines must be bridged at the Data
Terminal Equipment for the Diagnostics port to be enabled.
Note
RXD is serial data into and TXD is serial data out of the Q03 Processor.
The connections to the Diagnostics serial port RJ45 are shown in the following table:
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
Function
+5 Volts
RTS
CTS
Ground
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TXD
Unconnected
Ground
RS232 – RJ45 Connections
Note
Pin 1 is an optional +5 volt output. Refer to page 19 for details.
RS232 Serial Port
The RS232 serial port is used for specialized communication devices and peripherals. These can include
Telephone and Cellular modems, Radio modems, etc. The specific application and required settings are done
using the Online Diagnostics and Configuration program. The RS232 serial port connector is an 8 way RJ45
connector located on the bottom edge of the Q03 Processor.
Standard 8 way RJ45 crimp plugs are used in making up serial port interconnection cables. These plugs are
designed for use with stranded (24/26 AWG) 8 core flat data cable. An RJ45 crimping tool must be used to crimp
the RJ45 plugs onto the data cable to ensure proper and reliable crimping. Improperly crimped connectors can
damage the RJ45 socket and cause unreliability.
Note
In electrically noisy environments it may be necessary to use screened data cable for longer lengths of
cable.
The connections to the RS232 serial port RJ45 are shown in the following table:
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SPECIFICATIONS
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
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RTS
CTS
Ground
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TXD
DCD
RI
RS232 – RJ45 Connections
RS485 Serial Port
The RS485 serial port is used for inter-module communications over long distances of cables at high speed. The
RS485 serial port connector is a 4 way RJ10 connector located on the bottom edge of the Q03 Processor.
Note
This RJ10 connector must be configured as the RS485 serial port before it can be used. Refer to page 18
for details.
In a standard application of the Q03 Processor the RS485 serial port operates at 9600/19200 baud, the maximum
allowable cable length is typically 1000 metres.
Standard 4 way RJ10 crimp plugs are used in making up RS485 serial port interconnection cables. These plugs
are designed for use with stranded (24/26 AWG) 2/4 core twisted pair data cable. The cable used should have a
characteristic impedance of approximately 120 ohms. An RJ10 crimping tool must be used to crimp the RJ10 plugs
onto the data cable to ensure proper and reliable crimping. Improperly crimped connectors can damage the RJ10
socket and cause unreliability.
The connections to the RS485 serial port RJ10 are shown in the following table:
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
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485+
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RS485 – RJ10 Connections
Note
Pin 1 is an optional +5 volt output and pin 4 is an optional ground. Refer to page 19 for details.
Programmer Connector
The 10 pin IDC header connector located at the top right hand side of the Q03 Processor is used for ‘In System
Programming’. A special programming dongle is used to download application software into the flash program
memory chip on the Q03 Processor.
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Q03 16 Bit Processor Module
CONFIGURATION
SPECIFICATIONS
Processor
Motorola MC68HC16Z1 high-speed 16-bit micro controller chip running at a clock frequency of
16.78MHz.
Program Memory 128K by 16 Bit Words, Flash memory, minimum 1000 erase/write cycles
Programmer
In system programming via BDM interface with proprietary programming dongle.
Data Memory 128K by 16 Bit Words, Static battery backed up SRAM.
EEPROM
4K by 8 Bit Word serial interfaced EEPROM. Minimum 100,000 erase/write cycles, used for system
configuration storage.
RTC
Day, date, month, year, 24/12 hour time of day and am/pm, with standby battery operation. The
RTC time drift calibration is done by software algorithm.
System Reset Comprehensive system reset management including; power on, power off, power brown out, push
button reset switch. Also includes data memory battery backup power management.
Battery
2.4 volt 12mA/hour Nickel Metal Hydride rechargeable battery. Average current draw is 1uA
therefore expected battery backup period at 50% efficiency is approx 250 days.
ADC
8 Channels 10 Bit resolution high speed averaging Analog to digital converter channels.
ADC Reference 5 Volts Temperature coefficient 54 ppm/°C.
UARTS
3 onboard fully programmable UARTs.
RS232 Port
On board/off board half duplex RS 232 port used for diagnostic and configuration terminal
equipment.
RS485 Port
On board/off board half duplex RS485 port used for inter module and peripheral equipment
communications.
Modem Port
Off board half duplex TTL serial port used for modem communications.
Status LEDs
6 onboard system status LEDs. Power ON, CPU OK, and four system programmable LEDs.
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WARRANTY & LIABILITY
Subject to the under mentioned exemptions QTech Data Systems Limited undertakes to repair any manufacturing
defects and replace or repair any faulty materials within (12) twelve months from the date of sale to the original
purchaser.
The exemptions referred to are:
1)
Fair wear and tear
2
Faulty installation, misuse, neglect, accident and similar causes.
3)
Equipment that does not bear the original Serial Number label or the label has been defaced or altered.
4)
Unsuitable operating conditions, including improper installation, and other influences beyond QTech
control.
5)
Alterations carried out by the Purchaser or any unauthorised third party.
7)
Power supply protection parts, including fuses and other circuitry provided to protect the unit from electrical
damage.
8)
Damage resulting from lightening strikes and other static discharges.
Liability for replacements supplied or repairs carried out is limited to the original (12) twelve month warranty period.
QTech will not accept responsibility for warranty work carried out by the purchaser or any unauthorised third party.
QTech does not assume or authorise any person to assume for QTech any other liability regarding its products.
QTech’s liability is limited to the extent set out above and does not extend to any consequential damages or
losses.
DISCLAIMER
In no event shall QTech nor it respective agents be liable for special, direct, indirect, or consequential damages
losses, costs, charges, claims, demands, claims for loss of profit, fees, or expenses of any nature or kind.
While QTech warrants it’s products it does not imply a warranty for it’s use for a particular purpose.
QTech shall not be liable for any infringement or violation of copyright with respect to the material reproduced or
displayed on its products. .
WARRANTY SERVICE
Where the conditions of liability as set out above are met QTech will carry out warranty service as detailed below:
1)
Goods returned for servicing shall be adequately packaged to prevent damage in transit and shall be
forwarded freight pre-paid.
2)
A description of the fault/s together with any other relevant information relating to the fault, together with
the return address to which the equipment is to be returned, must be included with any equipment returned
to QTech for repair.
3)
QTech may elect at its sole discretion to repair or replace equipment returned for repair.
4)
Where repairs to the equipment are undertaken, the repairs will be undertaken during normal business
hours.
5)
Once repairs or replacements are complete, the equipment will be returned by a suitable carrier to the
Purchaser unless otherwise instructed by the Purchaser.
OUT OF WARRANTY SERVICE
Where the equipment is outside the (12) twelve month warranty period or is not otherwise covered by the warranty,
then the service work will be carried out as detailed above with the exception that all labour, materials and freight
will be charged at QTech’s rates applicable at the time of service.
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QUICK FIND INDEX
QUICK FIND INDEX
B
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backup battery .............................. 14
battery
backup ................................ 14, 22
processor sram enable ..................24
programmer connector ..................40
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central processor .......................... 14
communications ports................... 37
configuration ................................. 19
battery back up ......................... 22
jumper functions ....................... 19
jumper settings ......................... 20
memory..................................... 14
module address ........................ 28
RS232 serial port ...................... 25
RS485 line termination.............. 27
RS485 power output ................. 28
RS485 serial port ...................... 26
sram enable .............................. 24
status leds enable..................... 22
system reset disable ................. 23
connectors .................................... 37
diagnostics serial port ............... 37
programmer .............................. 40
RS232 serial port ...................... 38
RS485 serial port ...................... 39
Q03 Processor
layout.........................................13
D
diagnostics
connector .................................. 37
serial port .................................. 37
Diagnostics
serial port .................................. 16
dip switch
settings ..................................... 28
table.......................................... 29
R
radio modem port ..........................17
real time clock ...............................14
RS232
connector...................................38
serial port.......................16, 25, 38
RS485
connector...................................39
line termination ..........................27
power output..............................28
serial port.......................16, 26, 39
S
status
leds............................................15
leds power enable .....................22
system
reset ..........................................15
reset disable ..............................23
status.........................................15
T
time & date ....................................14
W
warranty.........................................45
E
EEPROM memory ........................ 14
J
jumper
battery back up ......................... 22
functions ................................... 19
RS232 serial port ...................... 25
RS485 line termination.............. 27
RS485 power output ................. 28
RS485 serial port ...................... 26
settings ..................................... 20
sram enable .............................. 24
status leds enable..................... 22
system reset disable ................. 23
M
micro controller ............................. 14
module
address ..................................... 15
address setting ......................... 28
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