Ethernet Gateway Installation guide

Ethernet Gateway Installation guide
EG2
Ethernet Gateway
Installation guide
Contents
Location & Mounting
3
Product Overview
4
Connections
5
Setup Instructions
5-7
Introduction
WARNING HAZARDOUS VOLTAGES
!
Welcome
DISCONNECT FROM SUPPLY
BEFORE REMOVING COVERS
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
The Ethernet Gateway 2 provides
connection
between
an iLightONLY
CAN network and an Ethernet
SERVICE
BY QUALIFIED
PERSONNEL
LAN. This allows a user to control and configure the iLight system using iCANsoft on a LAN
network PC rather than by connecting directly into the network.
WARNING
The EG2 also facilitates connection to the internet when installed behind a firewall. This then
enables
remotethe
connection
controlling,
programming and obtaining diagnostics of the
To reduce
risk of fire for
or electric
shock,
lighting
system.
web interface
is provided for simple operation of the lighting system.
DOcontrol
NOT expose
this A
device
to rain or moisture.
DO NOT energise unless the front cover is in place.
The EG2 also functions as a smartphone device host allowing control and programming of the
device Apps
must be
iLightThis
network.
areearthed.
available free of charge for Android and Apple devices.
Installation, programming and maintenance must be carried out by qualified personnel.
Cooper
accept
responsibility
for repairs
or modifications
thatthe
areiLight
not network.
Facilities
are Controls
providedcannot
to allow
a BMS
or smart home
system
to interact with
This is
achieved by
simple and
character
strings communicated
via a UDP
or TCP connection.
competently
executed
in accordance
with service or upgrade
information.
CE compliant to all relevant standards
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Installation
Location
The EG2 should be installed in a dry ventilated location, where ambient conditions are
maintained within the requirements of the unit. The unit has ventilation slots on its sides to allow
convection cooling and in no circumstances should these be blocked.
Mounting
Always mount in well ventilated location Allow
50mm (2”) above and below the unit if trunking
with a depth greater than 50mm (2”) is used.
Ambient atmosphere requirements
Temperature:
Humidity: IP Rating:
+2°C to +40°C (+36°F to +104°F)
5% to 95% non-condensing
IP20
Dimensions
Weight
159mm (w) x 90mm (h) x 58mm (d)
0.25Kg (0.55 lbs)
Basic Schematic
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Product Overview
The label on the enclosure identifies the position of the status LEDS, switches & connectors.
SD card INPUT Indicates SD Memory
card location
Ethernet DATA
LED on indicates that
the Ethernet link is
established
SD card DATA
LED flashing indicates
memory card is being
accessed
LED flashes off briefly
when Ethernet traffic is
present
Ethernet LINK
LED on indicates the link
is connected at 100Mb
LED off indicates the link
is connected at 10Mb
Ethernet INPUT Indicates Ethernet
connector location
RESET
Switch that resets
the device. Only
press this on direct
instruction from
Cooper Controls to
avoid data corruption
TIMECLOCK
N/A - Future use
iCANnet
iLight network
connection
(See P6 for
wiring details)
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iCAN DATA
Red flashing LED indicates
traffic being sent and/or
received
POWER
The Green Power LED will
double flash continuously
while EG2 is on.
Red LED on indicates a
CANbus error
iCAN status
Green flashing LED indicates
normal operation
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iCAN IDENT
Switch that causes the EG2
to send a message on the
CAN BUS to identify itself
Connections
Connecting the Supply
Power is to be supplied to the EG2 via an external regulated power supply in
the range of 9-36VDC 0.3A
Cooper Controls are able to provide a recommended power supply if required.
Catalogue Number: PSU-15-DIN (15VDC 0.67A)
+V
-V
Wire gauge for supply terminals
Terminal sizes:
iCANnet
5 x 1.5mm²
iCAN Network Connections
A removable 5 way connector screw
terminal plug is provided for the
connection of iCAN network cables.
The recommended cable to use for
iCANnet is: CAT5 FTP.
Set Up Instructions
iCANnet
Connect the EG2 to the CAN network using the iCANnet connector. If the EG2 is at the
end of a network set the Term link to ON otherwise set to the OFF position.
Ethernet
Ethernet connection by RJ45 (568B). This should be connected to either an Ethernet Switch
or to a Wireless Router.
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Set Up Instructions
Configuration
iCAN Device Number
The EG2 is supplied with a iCANnet Device number with Segment number 255 and a
node number in the range 1-255. Both Segment and Node number can be changed using
iCANsoft.
Factory Default IP settings
•
•
•
IP Address
Mask
DHCP
192.168.0.100
255.255.255.0
Off
Note the EG2 default settings are to use
a fixed IP address of 192.168.0.100. Any
device used to communicate with the
EG2 will need to be located within the
192.168.0.x subnet.
Power up
The EG2 takes approximately 60 seconds to be ready for use once power is applied.
Wait for the Green CAN LED to flash slowly.
The Green Power LED will double flash continuously while EG2 is on.
If Ethernet is connected the Link and Data LEDs will indicate successful connection.
Setting the IP address
The factory set IP Address can be changed using the iCANnet connection or using a
computer connected directly to the Ethernet port.
Changing with iCANnet
Connect to the iCAN network a computer running iCANsoft using a Cooper Controls PC
Node. Search the network and load the EG2 into iCANsoft.
Go the Ethernet tab. Either the Default settings can be applied or other settings can be applied.
Select OK or Apply to download the changes to the EG2.
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Change IP address via the Ethernet port
EG2 is supplied from the factory without DHCP enabled; therefore, it is necessary that the
Ethernet port of the PC is set to the correct IP Address and Subnet Mask. For details of
setting the IP address of your computer consult information on line. This will depend on your
Operating System.
For example:
•
•
•
IP Address 192.168.0.99
Subnet mask 255.255.255.0
Gateway
192.168.0.1
To connect the EG2 directly to the PC, it may be necessary to use a Crossover Cable,
however, most modern computers are able to connect directly to another Ethernet device
without a crossover cable.
The Ethernet port of your computer will need to configured to a compatible IP address.
Open iCANsoft. It will be required to set iCANsoft to communicate using the Ethernet Port.
This is done by selecting from the Tool bar Tools>Options>Network.
Select Ethernet Gateway and change the IP address to 192.168.0.100. Also ensure the ‘Use
Password’ check box is ticked. The detault password is Cooper123 (Case sentitive).
Select OK to confirm and set the
address.
iCANsoft can now be used to configure
any items connected on the network.
Set the IP address of the EG2 as
described in section above for
iCANsoft. The new IP address will
become valid when the EG2 is reset
or power to the device is removed and
re-instated.
Reset to factory defaults
Factory defaults may be reset by the following procedure:
Remove power from the board.
Press the CAN ID button and reapply power. Keep the button pressed until the CAN LED
flashes then stays on. At this point the Ethernet settings will have been restored to defaults.
After setting to factory defaults, the IP address of the device will revert to 192.168.0.100
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iLight
Cooper Controls Limited
20 Greenhill Crescent, Watford Business Park
Watford, Herts, WD18 8JA. UK
T: +44 (0)1923 495496
F: +44 (0)1923 228796
www.iLight.co.uk
All products manufactured by Cooper Controls and identified with the iLumin/iLight brand are
warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship and shall conform to and perform
in accordance with Seller’s written specifications.
For detailed warranty information, visit our website at www.coopercontrol.com
This warranty will be limited to the repair or replacement, at Seller’s discretion, of any such goods
found to be defective, upon their authorized return to Seller. This limited warranty does not apply
if the goods have been damaged by accident, abuse, misuse, modification or misapplication, by
damage during shipment or by improper service.
There are no warranties, which extend beyond the hereinabove-limited warranty, INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND THE IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF FITNESS.
No employee, agent, dealer, or other person is authorized to give any warranties on behalf of the
Seller or to assume for the Seller any other liability in connection with any of its goods except in
writing and signed by the Seller. The Seller makes no representation that the goods comply with
any present or future federal, state or local regulation or ordinance. Compliance is the Buyer’s
responsibility.
The use of the Seller’s goods should be in accordance with the provision of the National Electrical
Code, UL and/or other industry or military standards that are pertinent to the particular end use.
Installation or use not in accordance with these codes and standards could be hazardous.
International Headquarters
20 Greenhill Crescent
Watford Business Park
Watford, Herts
WD18 8JA. UK
North America Headquarters
203 Cooper Circle
Peachtree City
GA 30269
USA
T: +44 (0)1923 495495
F: +44 (0)1923 228796
www.coopercontrol.com
P: 800-553-3879
F: 800-954-7016
www.coopercontrol.com
ControlsSales@cooperindustries.com
General Enquiries:
enquiries@coopercontrols.co.uk
Technical Support:
ilight.support@cooperindustries.com
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