MANUAL the Controller HCS3-LNB 2:1

MANUAL the Controller HCS3-LNB 2:1
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MANUAL
for
the Controller
HCS3-LNB 2:1
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CE Declaration of Conformity
MANUFACTURER
Hiltron GmbH
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MODEL NUMBER
HCS
DESCRIPTION
Hiltron Controller System
YEAR WHICH THE CE-MARK WAS AFFIXED
2007
DATE OF ISSUE
13 March 2008
PLACE OF ISSUE
Backnang, Germany
Helmut Hayer
Quality Manager
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The Hiltron Controller System HCS is considered as ITE equipment.
This Control Unit has been shown to comply with the following standard:
1. CE safety (according to CE Low Voltage Directive ) according to EN60950-1
2. CE EMC ( according to CE EMC Directive )
2.1
Emissions : EN 55022 Class B – ‘Limits and methods of measurement of radio interferences characteristics of Information Technology Equipment’.
2.2
Immunity : EN 50024 – ‘Information technology equipment immunity characteristics’.
2.3
Limits: EN61000-3-2 – ‘ Limits for harmonic current emissions (I=16A)’
2.4
Limits : EN61000-3-3 – ‘ Limitation of voltage fluctuation and flicker in low-voltage
supply systems for equipment I < = 16 A ‘
Extensive testing has been performed to ensure that the unit meets these specifications
when configured with any or all of its available hardware options.
To ensure that the Control Unit maintains compliance with
electromagnetic compatibility standards please observe the
following points:
The equipment must be operated with its cover on at all times. If it is necessary to remove
the cover for any reason, then you must ensure that the cover is correctly refitted before
normal operation.
For the base-band data interfaces, all ‘D’ type connectors must have grounding fingers on
the plug shell to guarantee continuous shielding. The back-shells must comply with the requirements of VDE 0871 and FCC 20708, providing at least 40 dB of attenuation from 30
MHz to 1 GHz. A good quality cable with a continuous outer shield , correctly grounded, must
be used.
Connections to IF interfaces must be made with appropriate coaxial cable and no connectors
shall be left without termination.
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Table of Contents
1
Overview ...........................................................................................................................6
2
Design ...............................................................................................................................8
2.1
Mainframe.................................................................................................................8
2.1.1 Schematic Diagram of the Controller....................................................................8
2.1.2 Technical Data......................................................................................................9
2.2
Display ......................................................................................................................9
2.2.1 Technical Data......................................................................................................9
3
Card assignment .............................................................................................................10
3.1
Card assignment of HCS3-LNB..............................................................................10
4
Modules...........................................................................................................................11
4.1
Communication (COM) Card Module (HCS3. PSN) ...............................................11
4.1.1 Location of Module .............................................................................................11
4.1.2 Technical Data RS422........................................................................................11
4.1.3 Pin-out for 9-pin Sub-D Connector male.............................................................12
4.1.4 Input Interface Diagram / Electrical Diagram ......................................................12
4.1.5 Technical Data Ethernet .....................................................................................13
4.1.6 Pin-out for Ethernet Connector RJ45..................................................................13
4.1.7 Ethernet Interface Diagram.................................................................................13
4.2
Communication (COM) Card Module (HCS3.PSC) ................................................14
4.2.1 Location of Module .............................................................................................14
4.2.2 Technical Data....................................................................................................14
4.2.3 Pin-out of 9-pin Sub-D Connector male..............................................................15
4.2.4 Input Interface Diagram / Electrical Diagram ......................................................15
4.3
HCS3 SWI-Card Module.........................................................................................16
4.3.1 Location of Module .............................................................................................16
4.3.2 Technical Data:...................................................................................................16
4.3.3 Pin-out 9-pin Sub-D-Connector female for SWI Module.....................................16
4.3.4 Input Interface Diagram ......................................................................................17
4.4
HCS3 IO3-Card Module / Monitoring and supply of LNB .......................................18
4.4.1 Location of Module .............................................................................................18
4.4.2 Technical Data:...................................................................................................18
4.4.3 Pin-out 9-pin Sub- D- Connector female for I/O3 Module...................................18
4.4.4 Input Interface Diagram ......................................................................................19
4.5
HCS3.8CI-Card Module / Input to 8 Form C Contacts............................................20
4.5.1 Location of Module .............................................................................................20
4.5.2 Technical Data....................................................................................................20
4.5.3 Pin-out 25-pin Sub- D- Connector female for 8CI Module ..................................20
4.5.4 Input Interface Diagram ......................................................................................21
4.6
HCS3.8CO-Card Module / Output to 8 Form C Contacts .......................................22
4.6.1 Location of Module .............................................................................................22
4.6.2 Technical Data....................................................................................................22
4.6.3 Pin-out 25-pin Sub- D- Connector male for 8CO Module ...................................22
4.6.4 Input Interface Diagram ......................................................................................23
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5
Operation of the Controller via Front Panel.....................................................................24
5.1
Main Screen of the Controller .................................................................................24
5.1.1 Main Screen in Automatic mode.........................................................................24
5.1.2 Main Screen in Manual mode .............................................................................25
5.1.3 Explanation of icons:...........................................................................................25
5.2
Power Supply .........................................................................................................28
5.2.1 Explanation of Screen.........................................................................................28
5.2.2 Status Messages of a Power Supply Module .....................................................29
5.3
LNB Supply.............................................................................................................29
5.3.1 Explanation of Screen.........................................................................................29
5.3.2 Status Messages of a IO3 Module......................................................................30
5.4
Selection Screen ....................................................................................................30
5.4.1 Explanation of Screen.........................................................................................30
5.5
Display ....................................................................................................................31
5.5.1 Explanation of Screen.........................................................................................31
6
Web-Interface for HCS3..................................................................................................32
6.1
View on the Web Interface .....................................................................................32
6.1.1 General Information ............................................................................................33
6.1.2 Explanation of Icons ...........................................................................................34
6.2
Redundancy Control ...............................................................................................35
6.2.1 Redundancy Setting ...........................................................................................35
6.2.2 LNB Switch-Over ................................................................................................38
6.3
LNB Control ............................................................................................................42
6.4
System Control .......................................................................................................48
6.5
Communication Card Module (HCS3.PSN & HCS3.PSC) .....................................56
7
Setting the IP-Address ....................................................................................................59
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1 Overview
The controller HCS3 is a highly modular monitoring and control unit.
It comprises a 19”/2U modular mainframe with 13 interface connection slots designated A1 to
A13 located at the rear of the unit (refer to fig 1-1).
It can be equipped with two AC or DC power supplies for redundancy. The user interface
comprises a touch sensitive LCD display at the front panel and two communication card
modules type HCS3.PSC in slots A1 and A13 providing each a RS422 serial interface for
remote control. Alternatively, slot A1 can be equipped with a network interface card (NIC)
module type HCS3.PSN instead of HCS3.PSC providing both an Ethernet interface and a
serial interface. In addition, it is possible to renounce on the LCD display for cost reasons. In
this case, only remote control is available.
The remaining 11 interface connection slots (A2 to A12) can be equipped with different hotpluggable functional card modules like switch cards, I/O cards, signal I/O cards, etc whose
designation is HCS3.xxx where xxx defines the module type. This results in a very high flexibility. Thus, the controller is available in different versions by selection of the appropriate
functional card modules. The card modules are programmable to provide the functionality for
the various controller versions. Presently, the following versions are available:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Monitoring, control and power supply for fiber optic modules
Fiber optic N:1 switchover systems
LNB redundancy systems for C- and Ku-Band
HPA redundancy systems
Redundancy systems for DVB MPEG encoders/modulators/IRDs
Other applications for Monitor&Control
Each card module in the controller can be identified by its own ID-number used to access
and configure the module. Each HCS3 controller comes with an attached configuration sheet
showing the actual module configuration.
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A2
A3
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A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
Power
Supply
A
Power
Supply
B
Fig 1-1: HCS3 controller, rear view
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Fig 1-2: HCS3 controller, front view
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2 Design
2.1
Mainframe
The mainframe of the HCS3 controller is a 19”/2U unit. Normally, front panel control is provided via a touch-sensitive LCD display type HCS3.TS. Alternatively, the controller can be
delivered without the LCD display.
As a standard, the controller is equipped with two hot-pluggable AC power supplies units with
IEC320 mains connectors located at the rear for power supply redundancy. As an option, DC
power supplies (24/48 VDC) are also available.
A sub chassis with a backplane interconnects all card modules via a serial bus. The following
bus lines are provided: data line, logic voltage +5V, supply voltage +26V and ground.
2.1.1 Schematic Diagram of the Controller
Fig 2.1.1-1: HCS3 Schematic Diagram
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2.1.2 Technical Data
Size:
Width:
Height:
Depth:
19“ rack-mountable
89 mm (3.5“, 2U)
500 mm (20“, including connectors)
Temperature:
Operating:
0°C to +50°C
Non operating: -20°C to +80°C
Humidity:
Operating:
5% to 95% non condensing
Non operating: 0% to 100% non condensing
Power (per Input):
AC input:
95-245V; 47-63Hz; PFC
Consumption:
max. 1A at 230V (dependent on configuration)
Max. Output Power (total): 90W
Serial Data Interfaces: (available on HCS3.PSC and HCS3.PSN)
RS422
Ethernet Interface: (only available if equipped with HCS3.PSN)
2.2
Display
The front panel LCD display (if fitted) is used for monitor and control of the controller and of
the devices connected thereto (e.g. fiber optic modules).
Rather than pressing buttons the operator has to touch the sensitive areas on the display.
The displayed icons and text based status messages vary with the specific configuration. By
means of a configuration program that comes with the controller the event handling, the sensitive areas and special text messages are widely configurable.
2.2.1 Technical Data
Size
Width:
128 Pixel LCD
Height:
64 Pixel LCD
Touch field 8 x 4 Pixel
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3 Card assignment
The controller HCS3 is used for redundancy control C-Band signals in the project T-Systems.
Each module should be plugged in to its dedicated location.
3.1
Card assignment of HCS3-LNB
Each module should be plugged in to its dedicated location.
Card Card Type
Nr
A01 HCS3.PSN
A02 HCS3.SWI
A03
HCS3.SWI
A04
HCS3.IO3
A05
HCS3.IO3
A06
HCS3.IO3
A07
A08
A09
A10
A11
HCS3.8CI
A12
HCS3.8CO
A13
HCS3.PSC
Function
Connect
Supply and Communication.
HCS3 SWI-Card Module,
Control-Switch.
HCS3 SWI-Card Module,
Control-Switch.
HCS3 IO3-Card Module,
Control-Power supply.
HCS3 IO3-Card Module,
Control- Power supply.
HCS3 IO3-Card Module,
Control- Power supply.
LAN
Switch01
HCS3 CSF-Card Module,
Input interface.
HCS3 CSF Card Module.
Output interface.
Supply and Communication.
Remote
Switch02
LNB 1
LNB R
LNB 1
Remote
The as-built configuration can be found in the attached separate HCS3 configuration
sheet
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4 Modules
4.1
Communication (COM) Card Module (HCS3. PSN)
The COM card module type HCS3.PSN provides three functionalities.
1) Generates the internal DC voltage of 5V used as logic voltage.
2) Ethernet network interface card (NIC) to connect the controller to external network equipment like switches, hubs or computers.
3) Serial interface according to RS422 standard.
The Ethernet interface can be used in two ways:
• Web interface
• Remote control interface via UDP/IP protocol. It allows to integrate the controller in an
external network management system. The details of the remote control protocol are
published separately.
In most applications, the internal logic voltage and the 26V driver voltage shall be redundant.
Thus, two hot-pluggable COM card modules can be installed in each mainframe, type
HCS3.PSN or HCS3.PSC in slot A1 and type HCS3.PSC in slot A13. The 5V logic voltage as
well as the 26V driver voltage are constantly monitored.
4.1.1 Location of Module
The modules are always located in:
¾ Slot A1: card module HCS3.PSN (with Ethernet and serial interface) or HCS3.PSC
(serial interface only)
4.1.2 Technical Data RS422
Communication Type RS422
Baud rate
configurable
Data Bit
configurable
Parity
configurable
Stop bit
configurable
The purpose of this serial interface is the connection of an extension module type RIO.8I
providing 8 digital inputs. Normally, it is not configured for serial remote control.
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4.1.3 Pin-out for 9-pin Sub-D Connector male
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Function
+5V Aux Voltage
GND
GND
GND
+5V Aux Voltage
TX +
TX RX RX +
Comment
max. current 100mA
Connected with Pin 3+4
Connected with Pin 2+4
Connected with Pin 2+3
Connected with Pin 1
RS 422
RS 422
RS 422
RS 422
4.1.4 Input Interface Diagram / Electrical Diagram
IC2
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2
3
4
5
7
6
VCC
RD
RO
A
DE
DI
GND
GND@2
Z
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B
Y
12
X1-9
11
X1-8
10
X1-7
9
X1-6
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4.1.5 Technical Data Ethernet
Communication Type Ethernet
Bus interface
IEEE802.3 (10BaseT)
Data transfer rate 10 Mbit/s
Connector
RJ45
Max. length of cable 100m
4.1.6 Pin-out for Ethernet Connector RJ45
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
TD+
TDRD+
not used
not used
RDnot used
not used
Comment
Transmit +
Transmit Receive +
Receive -
4.1.7 Ethernet Interface Diagram
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Communication (COM) Card Module (HCS3.PSC)
The COM card module type HCS3.PSC provides dual functionality.
1) Generates the internal DC voltage of 5V used as logic voltage.
2) Serial interface according to RS422 standard.
The serial interface can be used in two ways:
• Serial interface for configuration of the controller with a software called HCS3.Opto to
be installed on an external Windows PC connected to the controller via the serial interface. This is the method to configure the controller if the card module HCS3.PSN
with its Web interface is not available.
• Serial remote control interface if a module card HCS3.PSN with Ethernet interface is
not available. It allows to integrate the controller in an external network management
system. The details of the remote control protocol are published separately.
In most applications, the internal logic voltage and the 26V driver voltage shall be redundant.
Thus, two hot-pluggable COM card modules can be installed in each mainframe, type
HCS3.PSN or HCS3.PSC in slot A1 and type HCS3.PSC in slot A13. The 5V logic voltage as
well as the 26V driver voltage are constantly monitored.
4.2.1 Location of Module
The modules are always located in:
¾ Slot A1: card module HCS3.PSN (with Ethernet and serial interface) or HCS3.PSC
(serial interface only)
¾ Slot A13: card module HCS3.PSC (serial interface only).
4.2.2
Technical Data
Communication Type RS422
Baud rate
9600 Baud
Data Bit
8 data
Parity
no parity
Stop bit
1
Note: The serial remote control interface is only available if the HCS3.PSN Ethernet communication card module is not fitted in slot A1.
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4.2.3 Pin-out of 9-pin Sub-D Connector male
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Function
+5V Aux Voltage
GND
GND
GND
+5V Aux Voltage
TX +
TX RX RX +
Comment
max. current 100mA
Connected with Pin 3+4
Connected with Pin 2+4
Connected with Pin 2+3
Connected with Pin 1
RS 422
RS 422
RS 422
RS 422
4.2.4 Input Interface Diagram / Electrical Diagram
IC2
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2
3
4
5
7
6
VCC
RD
RO
A
DE
DI
GND
GND@2
Z
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B
Y
12
X1-9
11
X1-8
10
X1-7
9
X1-6
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4.3 HCS3 SWI-Card Module
The HCS3 SWI-Card Module is mainly be used as input/ output device for control and monitoring of Waveguide Switch SW
In total there are 4 actor outputs available which could be connected in parallel when higher
drive currents required.
4.3.1 Location of Module
The modules is located in:
¾ See para. 3.1 Card assignment
4.3.2 Technical Data:
Actor Output:
26V 1A max
Measurement Input: 5%
4.3.3 Pin-out 9-pin Sub-D-Connector female for SWI Module
,0P
in
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Function
Comment
Terminal
Function
Input 1
Out 30V
Ground
Output 2
Output 4
Input 2
Ground
Output 1
Output 3
Input Range 0..+50V
Supply for Sensors
GND
Actor Output 26V 1A max.
Actor Output 26V 1A max.
Input Range 0..+50V
GND
Actor Output 26V 1A max.
Actor Output 26V 1A max.
D
E
B
C
A
F
B
C
A
Sw-Pos A
Sw-Com
M-Com
M-Pos B
M-Pos A
Sw-Pos B
M-Com
M-Pos B
M-Pos A
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4.3.4 Input Interface Diagram
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4.4 HCS3 IO3-Card Module / Monitoring and supply of LNB
The HCS3 I03-Card Module has 2 programmable power supplies with current control and 6
inputs for monitoring. The input range and alarm limits are adjustable. The supply outputs are
protected against short circuit.
The module is used for supply as well monitoring and control of equipment like LNB, BDC,
Ethernet-Switches, FO Transmitter und Receiver.
4.4.1 Location of Module
The modules is located in:
¾ See para. 3.1 Card assignment
4.4.2 Technical Data:
Supply Switch (Pin1): 5.2 .. 24V 0.75A max.
Supply Switch, red (Pin 9): 5.2 .. 24V 0.75A max.
Measurement Input:
1% FSR
4.4.3 Pin-out 9-pin Sub- D- Connector female for I/O3 Module
Pin Function
Comment
1
18V DC Supply usable for LNB Alarm
+5.2V.. +24 V
Common *)
max. current 750mA**
2
Monitoring, Input Range adjustable
Spare Input
e.g 0..+10V
3
Ground; DC return
GND LNB
4
Monitoring, Input Range adjustable
Input for NC Relay Alarm LNB
e.g 0..+10V
**)
5
Monitoring, Input Range adjustable
Not used
e,g, -5..+10V
6
Monitoring, Input Range adjustable
Not used
e.g. -5..+4V
7
Monitoring, Input Range adjustable
Not used
e.g. -5..+4V
8
Monitoring, Input Range -5..+4V*
Not used
9
18V DC Supply for LNB
+5.2V.. +24 V
max. current 750mA***
Remark:
* can be used for summary alarm monitoring e.g. for alarm loops in cabling or when the
LNA or LNB system has alarm contacts.
** Input for monitoring of the alarm
*** Voltage and current are controlled
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Input Interface Diagram
+ UREF
PIN 5
-5 to +10 V
To AD Converter
+ UREF
PIN 6
PIN 7
PIN 8
-5 to +4 V
PIN 4
0 to 10 V
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To AD Converter
To AD Converter
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4.5 HCS3.8CI-Card Module / Input to 8 Form C Contacts
The 8CI module provides a DC voltage of 26 V on the common pins via a protective resistor.
The input will be identified as active if the input voltage exceeds 12 V. The current is limited
to a maximum of 10 mA.
4.5.1 Location of Module
The modules is located in:
¾ See para. 3.1 Card assignment
4.5.2 Technical Data
Input Voltage, max.: 26 V
Input active: > 10 V
4.5.3 Pin-out 25-pin Sub- D- Connector female for 8CI Module
Pin
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
Description
NO Contact1
COMMON 1
NC Contact1
NO Contact2
COMMON 2
NC Contact2
NO Contact3
COMMON 3
NC Contact3
NO Contact4
COMMON 4
NC Contact4
NO Contact5
COMMON 5
NC Contact5
NO Contact6
COMMON 6
NC Contact6
NO Contact7
COMMON 7
NC Contact7
NO Contact8
COMMON 8
NC Contact8
Not Connected
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Comment
Function
Address
Common X Redundancy
Switch to X Redundancy
CB.0
Common Y Redundancy
Switch to Y Redundancy
CB.1
Common Main
Switch to Main
CB.2
Common AUTOMATIC
Switch to AUTOMATIC
CB.3
Common MANUELL
Switch to MANUELL
CB.4
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4.6 HCS3.8CO-Card Module / Output to 8 Form C Contacts
The 8CO module provides 8 outputs with floating change-over contacts corresponding to the
internal bus signals.
The maximum load of outputs should not exceed 48 V / 250mA.
4.6.1 Location of Module
The modules is located in:
¾ See para. 3.1 Card assignment
4.6.2 Technical Data
Form C Contact:
Max. switching voltage:
110V DC / 125V AC
Max. switching current:
1A DC
Max. switching power (resistive): 30W
Contact resistance (initial):
Max. 100mΩ (by voltage drop 6V DC 1A)
Min. switching load:
10µA, 10mV DC
4.6.3 Pin-out 25-pin Sub- D- Connector male for 8CO Module
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Description
NC Contact1
COMMON 1
NO Contact1
NC Contact2
COMMON 2
NO Contact2
NC Contact3
COMMON 3
NO Contact3
NC Contact4
COMMON 4
NO Contact4
NC Contact5
COMMON 5
NO Contact5
NC Contact6
COMMON 6
NO Contact6
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Comment
Function
LNB 1 OK
LNB 1 Common
LNB 1 Fail
LNB R OK
LNB R Common
LNB R Fail
LNB 2 OK
LNB 2 Common
LNB 2 Fail
SYSTEM Fail
SYSTEM Common
SYSTEM OK
SWITCHES OK
SWITCHES Common
SWITCHES Fail
X REDUNDANCY Common
X REDUNDANCY Active
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19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Description
NO Contact7
COMMON 7
NC Contact7
NO Contact8
COMMON 8
NC Contact8
Not Connected
Comment
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Function
Y REDUNDANCY Common
Y REDUNDANCY Active
AUTOMATIC Common
AUTOMATIC Active
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5 Operation of the Controller via Front Panel
Whenever the controller is fitted with a LCD display type HCS3.TS front panel control is
available as described below. Otherwise, only remote control is available.
5.1
Main Screen of the Controller
After powering the controller starts with depicting the main screen on the LCD display. In
case there is no alarm to be monitored the controller is operated in he automatic mode
5.1.1 Main Screen in Automatic mode
The main screen show a simple block diagram of the redundant LNB / switch section including the indication of
• switch position and alarms,
• the LNB alarms,
• the HCS-power supplies status,
In the automatic mode the redundancy switches are configured in nominal position (see figure below). In case of an LNB alarm the relevant redundancy switch will be configured such
to replace the failed LNB by the redundant one. In this case the automatic operation mode
will be changed into the manual one.
Fig. 5-1: LCD Display – automatic operation mode
The button
will open and display the Main Menu (see fig. 5-6 ). Selecting the button
“Manual” the automatic operation mode is changed into manual mode.
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5.1.2 Main Screen in Manual mode
The main screen show the same simple block diagram of the redundant LNB / switch section
including the indication of
• switch position and alarms,
• the LNB alarms,
• the HCS-power supplies status,
Additionally there are visible some control buttons for
• the manual setting of LNB 1 to the redundant LNB R
• the manual setting of LNB 2 to the redundant LNB R
• the manual setting of LNBs to nominal configuration
The buttons are
configurable.
Fig. 5-2: LCD Display – manual operation mode
5.1.3 Explanation of icons:
Icon
Description
Comments
Power supply of controller:
Flashing when power supply is
faulty, top icon refers to power supply A (slot A01), below icon refers to
power supply B (slot A13).
By touching the icon the sub screen
„Power Supply“ is selected.
Icon in case of faulty power supply.
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Description
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Comments
Waveguide / Coax Switch:
The line inside the symbols shows
the signal path direction.
Position A.
Position B.
No position or switching.
LNB 1:
Flashing when power supply is
faulty.
LNB 1
LNB R
In case of failure or the switch is not
connected there is no position indicated
By touching the icon the sub screen
„LNB Supply“ is selected.
Icon in case of faulty power supply.
LNB R:
Flashing when power supply is
faulty.
By touching the icon the sub screen
„LNB Supply“ is selected.
Icon in case of faulty power supply.
LNB 2:
Flashing when power supply is
faulty.
LNB 2
By touching the icon the sub screen
„LNB Supply“ is selected.
Icon in case of faulty power supply.
Backspace:
To section screen.
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By touching the icon the screen „Selection Screen“ is selected.
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Buttons with configurable names
Icon
T00
Description
Comments
T00:
Text area to display the configurable
Output name
e.g. X or Y …..
X Redundancy:
Display only by configuration in manual mode.
By touching the icon to change in to
the X Redundancy signal path.
Main:
Display only by configuration in manual mode.
By touching the icon to change in to
the Main signal path
Y Redundancy:
Display only by configuration in manual mode.
By touching the icon to change in to
the Y Redundancy signal path.
H Redundancy:
Display only by configuration in manual mode.
By touching the icon to change in to
the H Redundancy signal path.
V Redundancy:
Display only by configuration in manual mode.
By touching the icon to change in to
the V Redundancy signal path.
L Redundancy:
Display only by configuration in manual mode.
By touching the icon to change in to
the left hand Redundancy signal
path.
R Redundancy:
Display only by configuration in manual mode.
By touching the icon to change in to
the right hand Redundancy signal
path.
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Power Supply
Clicking on one of the two power supply icons on the main screen the
LCD display is showing the main parameters of the redundant power
supplies A and B
PwrSupp Unit A Unit B
InpVolt 26.0V
26.0V
LogVolt 5.35V
5.35V
LogCurr 120mA
110mA
Temp.
36°C
40°C
Fig. 5-3: Screen - Power Supply
Fig. 5-4: Power Supply - Example for
nominal operation
5.2.1 Explanation of Screen
Icon
Description
PwrSupp Designation of sub screen
Comment
Display of power supply values.
Unit A
Values of this column refer to power
supply A (HCS3.PSN or
HCS3.PSC).
Unit B
Values of this column refer to power
supply B (HCS3.PSC).
InpVolt
Input voltages of power supply unit
Voltage shall be between 25.0 and 27.0 V.
LogVolt
Voltage of logic voltage supply in
front of the diode.
Voltage across the diode is approx.
0.4 V at 200 mA current.
Voltage shall be between 4.8V and 5.5V.
LogCurr
Current of logic voltage supply.
Depending on the power supply tolerances, current will be supplied by only one
unit or by both units by load sharing.
Temp.
Temperature of power supply card.
The temperature is approx. 20 degrees
above the ambient temperature. The card
temperature shall not exceed 85°C.
Back to the main screen.
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5.2.2 Status Messages of a Power Supply Module
Display
Comment
Range
Main Module A(B)
26 V
Supply voltage of Main Power supply A (B).
26 V +/- 1V
Logic Voltage 5.2V.
Supply voltage of Com Power supply 1 (2).
5.3 V +/- 0.25V
Logic Current 200 mA
Current consumption of the controller.
< 250 mA
Card Temp +35°C
Internal Controller Temperature.
< 65° C
5.3
LNB Supply
Clicking on one of the LNB icons on the main screen the LCD display is
showing the main parameters of the redundant power supplies A and B
Unit
LNB 1
LNB R
LNB 2
Voltage Current
17.7V
256mA
17.5V
260mA
17.7V
259mA
Fig. 5-5: Screen - Power Supply
5.3.1 Explanation of Screen
Icon
Unit
LNB 1
LNB R
LNB 2
Voltage
Current
Description
Designation of Unit name in the column.
Values of this row refer to power
supply LNB 1 ( HCS3.IO3 ).
Values of this row refer to power
supply LNB R ( HCS3.IO3 ).
Values of this row refer to power
supply LNB 2 ( HCS3.IO3 ).
Voltages of power supply to unit.
Current of power supply to unit.
Comment
Voltage shall be between 17 V and 19 V.
Current shall be between 240mA and
270mA.
Back to main screen
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5.3.2 Status Messages of a IO3 Module
Display
Comment
Range
LNB 1
Unit row 1.
Voltage 17.7V
Supply voltage of unit row 1.
18 V +/- 1V
Current 256 mA
Current of unit row 1.
255 mA +/15mA
5.4 Selection Screen
Fig. 5-6: Selection Screen
5.4.1 Explanation of Screen
Icon
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Description
Comment
Forward Manual:
By touching the forward icon to
change in to the Manual mode.
The screen „ Main Screen in Manual
mode “ is selected.
Forward Automatic:
By touching the forward icon to
change in to the Automatic mode.
The screen „ Main Screen in Automatic mode “ is selected.
Forward Display:
By touching the forward icon the sub
screen „Display“ is selected.
Backspace:
By touching the backspace icon
leads back to the Main screen.
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Display
Fig. 5-6: Display
5.5.1 Explanation of Screen
Icon
Description
Comment
Contrast
The contrast can be adjusted in the sub
screen “Display” by using the
Variation in range of 18 to 49 possible.
+/- buttons.*
Backlight
The backlight can be adjusted in the sub Variation in range of 00 to 63 possiscreen “Display” by using the
ble.
+/- buttons.
Increases the numerical value.
reduces the numerical value.
Leads back to the sub screen.
HCS3 Serial-Nr.
e.g. 0257718.
HCS3
Programversion.
Info on implemented software e.g.
Program V.2.1.
* Remark:
Setting the numeric value for contrast from 49 (see comments) to 50. (limits). The new value
will ( instead of 50) start with 18 again. This will lead to a very weak picture. Stepping this
process several times will yield to satisfying results. On technical reasons this function could
not prevented.
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6 Web-Interface for HCS3
If the controller HCS3 is equipped with a COM card module type HCS3.PSN in slot A1, it can
be completely monitored and controlled via its Web interface. The following section describes
this interface in detail.
In order to use the Web interface, the following prerequisites must be met:
• A PC directly connected to the controller or via an IP network (please refer to section 13
below)
• A standard web browser (e.g. Internet Explorer version 6 or higher) installed on this PC
• Java Runtime Engine (JRE version 1.5 or higher) installed (can be downloaded from
www.sun.com)
• Appropriate IP settings of the COM card module (please refer to section 13 below)
The Web interface is started by typing the correct IP address into the Web browser.
6.1
View on the Web Interface
When the Web interface is started the block diagram with LNB redundancy configuration is
displayed on the screen. The screen content consists of 2 functional areas:
• the LNB redundancy (LNB icons & redundancy switches)
• the common, general area with following functions
o setting of mainly SNMP parameters (system configuration)
o monitoring & control for communication modules with the monitoring of power
supply parameters.
The figure below shows the top view of the web interface.
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6.1.1 General Information
To manage the controller via Web-interface there are three different user access settings:
• a “default” access mode
• a “no password” access mode
• a “User level” access mode
More detailed information you will find in paragraph 6.4 System Control.
The controller is configured when it is delivered in “default” access mode.
When you want to change a parameter first click on the button "Control". Then you will be
asked for a password, which is the same for all parameters and which you only have to enter
once per open web interface. This protects the system against unauthorized parameter
changes. After authorization, click again on the button "Control", type in the new value and
click the "OK" button to activate the changes. Whenever you change the configuration of a
card, a restart of the Web interface is required.
Enter the default setting for access
User:
HCS
Password: hiltron
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6.1.2 Explanation of Icons
Icon
Explanation
Switch position is unknown
(e.g. switch is not connected and no position is indicated)
The switch is configured to position A
for redundancy Switch ≡ position MAIN
for antenna./load switch ≡ position ANTENNA
The switch is configured to position B
for redundancy Switch ≡ position RED
for antenna./load switch ≡ position LOAD
The switching function is faulty.
In case of a failure of the switch (e.g. command and no response
on indicated position. )
The icon presents the LNB (e.g. LNB2). There is no failure indicated (green) and the LNB is active in the redundancy circuitry.
This icon give access to the setting of the redundancy switching.
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Redundancy Control
6.2.1 Redundancy Setting
represents
This icon
the redundant LNB system By clicking on
this icon, a new window opens with status
information enabling the user to set and
read available parameters and informs the
user about the existing alarms if any.
The first text line informs about the status.
The second line shows a “name” which can
bet set by the user (see below). This name
should be a unique name for the card and
its function.
The Status Tab
The status tab comprises available status information on the operation mode of the redundant LNB.
Following status information depending on the
operation mode and configuration is available:
•
•
•
•
Automatic
Main
PATH 1 RED
PATH 2 RED
It is not possible to change any parameters in
this tab.
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The Parameter Tab
Clicking on the tab Parameter a list of
parameter groups is presented:
•
•
•
Configuration
Set Mode
Aux for Redundancy
¾ Parameter (group): Configuration
When Configuration is selected the parameter Name (e.g LNB Antenna) is displayed. The
name can be changed by overwriting and confirming with OK.
This “name” is shown in the second line of the
icon
This name should be a unique name of the
card and be chosen according to the application
¾ Parameter (group): Set Mode
When Set Mode is selected the parameter
“Position” with a list field is presented. The
list field allows the selection of the redundancy operation mode.
It allows to select the automatic mode or to
select one of the 2 available paths (e.g. Path
1 RED) to be replaced by the redundant
LNB.
The mode “Main” reconfigures the setting of
switches into nominal configuration where
there is no automatic redundancy switching
operation.
The automatic mode switches to automatic
redundancy mode.
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¾ Parameter group: Aux for Redundancy
This parameter allows to include (or edit)
additional cards into the alarm management of the redundant LNB system. If any
auxiliary alarm is available and released
in the card setting the redundant LNB will
take over the operation for a failed LNB
when the system is operated in the automatic mode.
With the list field the number of additional
cards (with auxiliary alarms) can be selected
Any selected number of additional cards will create an additional line in the parameter group
“Aux for Redundancy”.
For example, with 1 card you will get:
Clicking on “Redundancy Aux” following parameters are visible:
Card Address:
The slot number of the selected
card (e.g. A10) is displayed.
Signal 1..8:
There are 8 alarm inputs available
(Card type HCS2.8CI) with the
possibility to choose “used” or
“unused”.
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6.2.2 LNB Switch-Over
This icons represent the receive path consisting
of the LNB and the pair of switches. By clicking
on one of the switch icons, a new window opens
with status information enabling the user to set
and read available parameters and informs the
user on the existing alarms if any.
The Status Tab
The status tab comprises available status
information on the operation mode of the redundant LNB.
Position:
Display of following possible status information
• Main
• Red
Mute Request:
Indicates if the controller wants to mute the
LNB in order to switch-over to the redundant LNB or vice versa.
Rem.: On compatibility reasons to other
existing HPA redundancy controller the parameter “Mute Request” remained in the
LNB controlling concept even it is not required.
It is not possible to change any parameters in
this tab.
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The Parameter Tab
Clicking on the tab Parameter a list of
parameter groups is presented:
•
•
•
•
Configuration
Cardinfo
Position Names
Config SwitchOver
¾ Parameter (group): Configuration
When Configuration is selected the parameter Name (e.g. LHCP/S1) is displayed. The name can be changed by
typing in a new name.
This “name” is shown in the second line
of the icon. This name should be a unique
name of the interfacing card.
¾ Parameter (group): Cardinfo
When Cardinfo is selected the table with
information on used card type (HCS3.SWI
for switch control) is displayed.
The information are:
• Module type
• Program Version (used software)
• Card ID (unique ID)
¾ Parameter (group): Position Names
When Position Names is selected the
names for “Default Pos” and “Switched
Pos” are displayed. The name could be
changed if necessary.
This names are presented in the status
tab.
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¾ Parameter (group): Config SwitchOver
Selecting the parameter group Config
SwitchOver of LNB all parameters for
setting for the redundancy control are
visible.
Delay Time [sec]:
Setting of the delay period between
the occurrence of an alarm and the
triggering of the message „SwitchAuxiliary Cards:
over request“ to initiate a switchover
This parameter allow to include (or remove)
to a redundant link
additional cards into alarm management of the
redundant LNB. In case of an auxiliary alarm is Switchover:
present the switchover process for the relevant
With the help of the list field (enable,
LNB will be triggered.
disable) the relevant LNB in the
With the list field the number of additional cards
transmission path can be included or
(with auxiliary alarms) can be selected
excluded from the redundancy
switching processing.
Any selected number of additional cards will create an additional line in the parameter group
“Position Aux”.
For example, with 1 card you will get following:
Clicking on “Redundancy Aux” following parameters are visible:
Card Address:
The slot number of the selected
card (e.g. A10) is displayed.
Signal 1..8:
There are 8 alarm inputs available (Card type HCS2.8CI) with
the choice “used” or “unused”.
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The Alarm Tab
Selecting the alarms tab the alarms - if any related to function of the card are displayed.
The format of an alarm message is as follows:
alarm number, colon, name of the alarm. The
alarm name enables the operator to determine
whether it is only a wrong parameter setting or
the card itself is corrupt.
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LNB Control
The icons above present the 3 different
LMB modules. The element can be
opened by clicking on the representing
buttons.
By clicking on one of these icons a new
window opens with the status information enabling the user to set and read
available parameters and informs the
user on the existing alarms if any.
Representative for all LNBs the LNB R
has been chosen,
The Status Tab
The status tab comprises available status information on the operation mode of the (redundant ) LNB.
The card/module used fore controlling the LNB
is a very flexible element and is used for different applications.
The module posses 2 different power supplies,
which each adjustable parameters::
• supply voltage
• voltage supervision (limits),
• short-circuit current,
• current supervision (limits)
Furthermore the card/module has two separate measurement inputs. This allows to
measure, display and control the inputs by
settable voltage thresholds.
It is not possible to change any parameters in
this tab.
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In case there is an additional alarm contact on
a LNA or LNB system available or cable protection alarm loop is required (see example)
the first supply can be used for this application
Supply voltage and measured current for an
additional LNB alarm loop,
Name of supply: To Alarm Voltage
Supply voltage and measured current for LNB
Name of supply: LNB Supply
Measuring Input used for LNB alarm loop.
The Parameter Tab
Clicking on the tab Parameter a list of parameter groups is presented:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Configuration
Cardinfo
Config Value Names
Config To Alarm
Config LNB
Config Spare
Config Alarm
¾ Parameter (group): Configuration
When Configuration is selected the parameter
Name is displayed. The name (e.g. LNB R)
presents the designation of the relevant LNB
and can be changed by typing in the entry field
a new name.
It is recommended that this name should be
unique for the card.
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¾ Parameter (group): Cardinfo
When Cardinfo is selected the table with
information of used card/module type
(HCS3.SWI for switch control) is displayed.
The information are:
• Module type
• Program Version (used software)
• Card ID (unique ID)
¾ Parameter (group): Config Value Names
When Config Value Names is selected the
names for the supply A = To Alarms and the
Supply B = LNB have been selected. The
names for the measuring input A = spare
and for the input B = Alarm have be chosen
according the project requirement.
These names are presented in status tab
and in the following parameter groups.
Example
Impact on group parameter names when
names are changed under Config Value
Names
supply A = To Alarms
Supply B = LNB
input A = spare
input B = Alarm
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¾ Parameter (group): Config To Alarm
Selecting the parameter group Config to
Alarm the parameters of power supply A
(Name = To Alarm) are presented.
Explanation of parameters:
Present Voltage [V]
Present supply voltage of the LNB connected to the card module HCS3.IO3.
upper Threshold
Setting of the upper threshold of the
supply voltage for the LNB (alarm limit)
lower Threshold
Setting of the lower threshold of the
supply voltage for the LNB (alarm limit)
Present Current [mA]
Present supply current for the LNB.
Shortcut
Setting of the current limit when a shortcut is present.
upper Threshold
Setting of the upper threshold of the
supply current for the LNB (alarm limit)
lower Threshold
Setting of the lower threshold of the
supply current for the LNB (alarm limit)
¾ Parameter (group): Config LNB
Selecting the parameter group Config
LNB the parameters of power supply B
(Name = LNB) are presented.
The parameters are the same as for the
previous power supply (A).
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¾ Parameter (group): Config Spare
Selecting the parameter group Config
Spare the parameters of monitoring input
A (Name = Spare) are shown.
Present Voltage [V]
Present measured voltage on input A of
the card module HCS3.IO3.
Monitoring
In the list field the monitoring can be
configured:
Æ no Monitoring
Æ upper than
Æ lower than
the set threshold voltage
Threshold Voltage
Setting of the lthreshold voltage for the
monitoring input (alarm limit)
¾ Parameter (group): Config Alarm
Selecting the parameter group Config
Alarm the parameters of monitoring input
A (Name = Alarm) are shown.
According the application requirements this
monitoring input is used for LNB summary
alarm monitoring.
Present Voltage [V]
Feedback voltage of alarm contact.
Monitoring
the monitoring is configured:
Æ upper than
Threshold Voltage
The threshold voltage is set to e.g. 6.4 V
(alarm limit)
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The Alarm Tab
Selecting the alarms tab the alarms - if any - related to function of the card are displayed.
The format of an alarm message is as follows:
alarm number, colon, name of the alarm. The
alarm name enables the operator to determine
whether it is only a wrong parameter setting or the
card itself is corrupt.
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System Control
The icon
(see marked
area) allows to manage the system environment (e.g. the Web-interface and the
SNMP parameters).
By clicking on this icon, a new window
opens with a Parameter and an alarm tab.
The Parameter Tab
In the parameter tab you can set and change
the parameter values of the card. For this
click on the respective nodes at the upper
part of the window. All parameters are displayed, but some of them are read only.
This window will be displayed when the option SNMP is not activated.
The parameter groups containing all essential parameters are listed in the parameter
tab
When SNMP is activated additional parameter groups
•
SNMP Configurations
•
Trap Configurations
•
Community Names
are released.
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¾ Parameter (group): Set Device Name
By clicking on the parameter group “Set
Device Name” the parameter “Name” can
be entered or edited. This name is shown
in the second line of the icon.
Please note for SNMP application!
This parameter “Name” is used for SNMP as
the device name. When traps in case of a failure are sent this name will be included in the
trap message.
Default setting for name is “System Name”.
¾ Parameter (group): Register SNMP
To activate the SNMP option select the parameter group Register SNMP. This parameter group is only present on the window
when SNMP is not activated.
Card ID
Unique card module identification no.
SNMP Key
This key is required to activate the SNMP
operation mode.
This key is related to specific card ID.
How to activate?
In case of the customer orders the option for SNMP operation after the delivery of a HCS3
controller, the card ID is required to generate the SNMP key. Setting the correct key and confirming with “OK” the SNMP option is enabled and permanently active.
¾ Parameter (group): SNMP Configurations
In the parameter group “SNMP Configuration”
additional information like system description,
location and contact address are managed.
This parameter are sent in the trap message in
case of a malfunction or change of setting.
Therefore they are important.
This information can be also be retrieved from
the SNMPv2-MIB
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Explanation of parameters
Parameter
System Description
Location
Contact
Description
Input for system information
Input for information on location of the equipment.
Input for contact information (address). e.g. in case of malfunctions
¾ Parameter (group): Trap Configuration
In the parameter group “Trap Configuration” Traps
up to 4 trap destinations can be put
The sending of traps can be enabled or disabled. The SNMP-version can be set.
Authentication Traps
When enabled an additional warning trap
message is generated in when a wrong
community name is set.
When disabled no authentication trap will be
sent.
¾ Parameter (group): Community Names
By clicking on the parameter group “Community Names” the parameters belonging to
this group are presented on the window.
Explanation of parameters
Parameter
Write Community
Read Community
Trap Community
Description
Definition of the community for setting of parameters.
Definition of the community for getting of parameters.
The Trap Community will only sent by the traps.
The Community names should fit exactly to the names used in the system. Please mind capital and small letters.
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¾ Parameter (group): Security
The parameter group “Security” allows to set No Password:
different user access rights for managing the
When “no password” is selected there is
controller.
no registration necessary if the want to
change any setting of parameters. Everybody is allowed to change parameters
without restrictions. (The sub branches
below the main branch “Security” will not
be visible anymore.)
Default:
When “Default” is selected and set the
operator has to enter the default setting
User:
HCS
Password: hiltron
when he wants to change any parameter.
User Level:
When “User Level” is selected the adminWith the parameters mode the operator can
istrator can assign the user rights in three
choose between tree different access opcategories.
tions.
The category “user” allows the user only
operational activities, e.g. to configure a
switch.
The category “Supervisor” allows the user
to edit current and voltage limits.
The category “administrator” allows the
operator high level work, e.g. to configure
cards
Overview on different security levels
According to the hierarchical structure of the user rights the user 4 posses more rights than
user 3, e.g. the user 4 can change the passwords of user 3, 2 and 1 but not vice versa.
The next figure show the hierarchical structure.
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How to set a User Level?
Select the parameter group “Security” and
choose “User Level”.
Choose below the parameter group Security
the group with the required access level. e.g.
Administrator.
Put in the user(name) and the password. The
access right now configured. The user is
logged in on the administrator level.
Choose below the parameter group Security
the group with the required access level. e.g.
Supervisor.
Put in the user(name) and the password. The
access right now configured. The user is
logged in on the supervisor level.
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Choose below the parameter group Security
the group with the required access level. e.g.
User.
Put in the user(name) and the password. The
access right now configured. The user is
logged in on the user level.
How to log in?
Choose below the parameter group Security the group with the required access level.
e.g. User.
Put in the user(name) and the password.
The user is logged in on the user level.
Contingency Solution
In case the passwords are lost/forgotten or generally there is no access to manage the controller, a master password could be generated with the help of the ID of the card (PSN).
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Security Level - Access to Parameters
Para
Modules / Cards
6.2
Redundancy
Control
Redundancy Setting
6.2.1
6.2.2
LNB SwitchOver
Parameter Group
Parameter
Configuration
Name
Set Mode
Aux for Redundancy
Position
Additional cards
Configuration
Cardinfo
Position Names
Name
Info-Para.
Default Pos
Switched Pos
Time Delay
Auxiliary Cards
Switchover
Redundancy Aux
Name
Info-Para.
Supply A
Supply B
Input A
Input B
Target Voltage
Upper Limit
Lower Limit
Shortcut
Upper Limit
Lower Limit
Target Voltage
Upper Limit
Lower Limit
Shortcut
Upper Limit
Lower Limit
Present voltage
Monitoring
Threshold voltage
Present voltage
Monitoring
Threshold voltage
Config SwitchOver
6.3
LNB Control
Configuration
Cardinfo
Config Value
Names
Config To Alarm
Config LNB
Config Spare
Config Alarm
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User
X
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Access Level
SuperAdminivisor
strator
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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Para
Modules / Cards
Parameter Group
Parameter
6.4
System Control
Set Device Name
Register SNMP
Device Name
Card ID
SNMP Key
System descript.
Location
Contact
Traps
Auth.Traps
Trap desitnation
Write Community
Read Community
Trap Community
No Password
Default
User Level
SNMP Configurations
Trap Configuration
Community Names
Security
6.5
Communication
Card Module
Reconfigure Card
Card Name
CardInfo
Info-Para.
User
Access Level
SuperAdminivisor
strator
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
The Alarm Tab
Selecting the alarms tab the alarms - if any - related to function of the card are displayed. For
the system configuration module for the time being no alarm are defined. No alarm will be
indicated.
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Communication Card Module (HCS3.PSN & HCS3.PSC)
The icons
(see marked area) allows to monitor
and control the communication card
modules HCS3.PSN as well HCS3.PSC
which are redundant power supplies
and care for network communication.
By clicking on one of these icons, the
status is displayed.
The Status Tab
The status tab comprises the basic card parameters like voltage and current. These values
can also be read from the local display of the
HCS3 if available.
It is not possible to change any parameter in
this tab.
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The Parameter Tab
In the parameter tab you can set and change the
parameter values of the card/module. For this
click on the respective nodes at the upper part of
the window. All parameters are displayed, but
some of them are read only..
When you want to change a parameter first click on the button "Control". Then you will be
asked for a password, which is the same for all parameters and which you only have to enter
once per open web interface. This protects the system against unauthorized parameter
changes. After authorization, click again on the button "Control", type in the new value and
click the "OK" button to activate the changes. Whenever you change the configuration of a
card, a restart of the Web interface is required.
¾Parameter (group): Reconfigure Card
By clicking on the parameter group “Reconfigure Card …” the parameters belonging to this
group are presented on the window.
CardName:
The name (e.g. SSPA PSN) presents the
designation of the function or a card’s name
and can be changed if necessary
¾Parameter (group): CardInfo
By clicking on the parameter group “CardInfo of
…” the parameters belonging to this group are
presented on the window.
Module Type
Type of the card module
Program Version
Version of the card specific software
All parameter values are read only values
and cannot be changed
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Card ID
Unique card module identification no.
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The Alarm Tab
n the alarms tab the alarms - if any - related to
function of the card are displayed.
The format of an alarm message is as follows:
alarm number, colon, name of the alarm. The
alarm name enables the operator to determine
whether it is only a wrong parameter setting or the
card itself is corrupt.
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7 Setting the IP-Address
Prior to operation of the network interface card (NIC) type HCS3.PSN , the operator shall set
the NIC’s IP address. There is a special configuration program on the CD provided with the
controller. In order to configure the card, the following equipment is required:
•
•
•
•
The HCS3 Controller with the NIC type HCS3.PSN fitted in slot A1.
A PC running Microsoft Windows operating system equipped with CD-ROM drive and
Ethernet network interface card.
A CAT5/6 crossover network cable or a Ethernet hub/switch and two standard network cables to connect the HCS3.PSN to the PC.
The CD-ROM shipping with the HCS3 Controller.
On the CD-ROM you will find in the directory the folder SCConfig.
Select the file setup.exe and start the installation. The installation assistant will guide you
through the installation steps.
By default a new folder SCConfig will
be generated. Click on the button to
confirm the proposed directory.
After the successful installation a shortcut SCConfig
has been generated and installed in the windows
main menu “Programs”.
Follow the recommendation and restart the Windows program.
Setting the NIC’s IP parameters is easily done within a few minutes.
1. Install the network cable between the NIC and your PC. Simply connect them directly
with a crossover cable. Alternatively, connect both, the PC and the NIC to the same
network hub/switch by using two straight network cables. It is essential that the computer and the NIC are connected to the same network segment. Otherwise, the configuration program is not able to find the NIC.
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2. Select in the Windows menu Programs
the folder SCConfig.
Double-click on the 'SCConfig' program.
The configuration program for the NIC is
started and opens with following window:.
3. Click on the button “Search” and the program is searching for the NIC.
4. The program shows in the combo box at
least one entry describing the actual
network configuration of the NIC. The
network parameters of the NIC are presented in the dialog boxes below.
5. Fill in the dialog the fields IP Address, Network mask and, if necessary, Gateway with
appropriate values. Make sure, that the 'DHCP' box is unchecked
6. In case of a DHCP configuration is required enable DHCP.
7. Press the SET button to apply the new settings to your NIC.
Now the IP configuration of the HCS3.PSN is completed. You may finally want to test if the
card is accessible now. Start your web browser and type the NIC’s IP address into the URL
field of the browser. The NIC should reply with its main page, provided the NIC and your PC
are configured for the same subnet.
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