Hardware Reference - SSV Software Systems GmbH

Hardware Reference - SSV Software Systems GmbH
Remote Access Gateway IGW/922-W
with DIL/NetPC ADNP/9200
Hardware Reference
SSV Embedded Systems
Dünenweg 5
D-30419 Hannover
Phone: +49 (0)511/40 000-0
Fax:
+49 (0)511/40 000-40
E-mail: sales@ssv-embedded.de
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CONTENT
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INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................... 3
1.1 Safety Guidelines ................................................................................................................. 3
1.2 Conventions ......................................................................................................................... 3
1.3 Features and Technical Data ................................................................................................ 4
1.4 Main Applications ............................................................................................................... 5
1.5 Demo Applications .............................................................................................................. 5
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OVERVIEW ....................................................................................................................... 6
3
PINOUTS .......................................................................................................................... 7
3.1 Screw Terminals .................................................................................................................. 7
3.2 Ethernet LAN1 and LAN2................................................................................................... 8
3.3 Serial Port COM1 ................................................................................................................ 8
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CONNECTIONS ................................................................................................................ 9
4.1 Serial Port COM2 ................................................................................................................ 9
4.2 Power Supply ..................................................................................................................... 10
4.3 Semiconductor Relay Output............................................................................................. 11
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HELPFUL LITERATURE ................................................................................................ 12
CONTACT ............................................................................................................................. 12
DOCUMENT HISTORY ......................................................................................................... 12
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INTRODUCTION
This document describes the hardware components and the necessary cable connections of
the Remote Access Gateway IGW/922-W.
1.1
Safety Guidelines
Please read the following safety guidelines carefully! In case of property or personal
damage by not paying attention to this document and/or by incorrect handling, we do
not assume liability. In such cases any warranty claim expires.
ATTENTION: Observe precautions for handling – electrostatic sensitive device!
•
Discharge yourself before you work with the device, e.g. by touching a heater of
metal, to avoid damages.
•
Stay ground while working with the device to avoid damage through electrostatic
discharge.
•
Please pay attention that the power cord or other cables are not squeezed or damaged
in any way when you set up the device.
•
The installation of the device should be done only by qualified personnel.
•
The case of the device should be opened only by qualified personnel.
1.2
Conventions
Convention
bold
italic
monospace
Usage
Important terms
Filenames, user inputs and command lines
Pathnames, internet addresses and program code
Table 1: Conventions used in this document
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1.3
Features and Technical Data
Processor
Manufacturer / Type
Clock speed
Memory
RAM
Flash
Storage media
Interfaces
Ethernet
Serial I/Os
Alarm output
Special Functions
RTC
Watchdog
Atmel AT91RM9200 32-bit ARM9-MCU
(DIL/NetPC ADNP/9200 on QIL-128 socket)
180 MHz
64 MB SDRAM
32 MB NOR memory
1x internal microSD card holder with 4 GB card (preconfigured
with SQLite database)
2x 10/100 Mbps (RJ45)
1x RS232 serial port with handshake (Sub-D)
1x RS232/RS485 serial port with software-selectable mode
switch (screw terminal)
1x Semiconductor relay output (max. 30 VDC, 500 mA)
1x Real Time Clock with battery-backup (CR1225 Lithium 3 V)
1x Timer watchdog (hardware-based, software-configurable)
1x Power supervisor (hardware-based)
Wireless Module
WiFi standards
Network protocols
Operating modes
IEEE 802.11 b/g/n (2.4 GHz)
TCP/IP, UDP/IP
Simultaneous Soft AP
Client mode with DHCP server
Security
IEEE 802.11i support with WPA/WPA2
256-bit AES encryption
Management
Web server with landing page and WebUI
Displays / Control Elements
LEDs
1x Power
1x IGW start-up + VPN status (programmable)
1x LAN LED for each Ethernet interface
Electrical Characteristics
Power supply
12 .. 24 VDC (typ. 24 VDC) from external power supply
Power consumption
<4W
Mechanical Characteristics
Protection class
IP20 industrial case for 35 mm DIN-rail mounting
Mass
< 270 g
Dimensions
112 mm x 100 mm x 45 mm
Operating temperature 0 .. 70 °C
Standards and Certifications
EMC
CE
Environmental
RoHS, WEEE
standards
Industrial standards
VHPready (Virtual Heat & Power Ready)
Security
Penetration testing and dynamic analysis: fuzzing
tested by SoftScheck GmbH
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Main Applications
•
Remote Access Security Gateway
•
Industrial Firewall
•
Application Gateway
•
Proxy Server
•
VPN Gateway / Router
•
Linux Device Server
1.5
Demo Applications
•
Smartphone App Backend
•
Data logger with cloud connection
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OVERVIEW
Figure 1: Overview Remote Access Gateway IGW/922-W
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PINOUTS
3.1
Screw Terminals
The table 2 shows the pinout of the screw terminals of the IGW/922-W.
Pin Power
COM2
RS232
Alarm
RS485*
A1
Alarm -
A2
Alarm +
A3 V+ IN
A4 GND IN
B1
B2
TXD
RX/TX -
B3
RXD
RX/TX +
B4
GND
GND
Table 2: Pinout of the screw terminals
* Please note: The RS485 (officially called TIA/EIA-485-A) connection between
your IGW/922-W and the field devices needs termination resistors on both ends for
proper operation. The IGW/922-W does not offer internal termination resistors.
Please make sure, that the RS485 cable connection is equipped with external termination resistors.
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3.2
Ethernet LAN1 and LAN2
The Ethernet LAN1 and LAN2 interfaces are standard RJ45 connectors.
Both have a green LED. It is on when there is a LAN link established and blinks when there
is traffic. The yellow LED is not connected.
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Name
TX+
TXRX+
----RX-----
Function
10/100 Mbps LAN, TX+ Pin
10/100 Mbps LAN, TX- Pin
10/100 Mbps LAN, RX+ Pin
Not Connected
Not Connected
10/100 Mbps LAN, RX- Pin
Not Connected
Not Connected
Table 3: Pinout Ethernet interfaces
3.3
Serial Port COM1
The serial port COM1 is a standard Sub-D connector.
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Name
DCD
RXD
TXD
DTR
GND
DSR
RTS
CTS
DCD
Function
COM1 Serial Port, DCD pin (RS232)
COM1 Serial Port, RXD pin (RS232)
COM1 Serial Port, TXD pin (RS232)
COM1 Serial Port, DTR pin (RS232)
Ground
COM1 Serial Port, DSR pin (RS232)
COM1 Serial Port, RTS pin (RS232)
COM1 Serial Port, CTS pin (RS232)
COM1 Serial Port, DCD pin (RS232)
Table 4: Pinout COM1 connector
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CONNECTIONS
4.1
Serial Port COM2
To create an RS232 serial link on port COM2 of the Remote Access Gateway IGW/922-W
connect the adapter cable and the null-modem cable like shown in the figure below.
Figure 2: RS232 link on serial port COM2
Terminal
B2
B3
B4
Signal
COM2 Serial Port: TXD (RS232), RX/TX- (RS485)
COM2 Serial Port: RXD (RS232), RX/TX+ (RS485)
Ground
Table 5: Screw terminal COM2
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4.2
Power Supply
The Remote Access Gateway IGW/922-W needs a stable supply voltage of 11 .. 28 VDC.
Use the power adapter cable to connect an external DIN-rail power supply like shown in the
figure below. The power supply should be in immediate proximity to the Remote Access
Gateway IGW/922-W. The power supply should be Class 2 (LPS).
Figure 3: Power supply for the Remote Access Gateway IGW/922-W
Terminal
A3
A4
Signal
Vin (11 .. 28 VDC)
GNDin
Table 6: Screw terminal power
CAUTION!
Providing the Remote Access Gateway IGW/922-W with a higher voltage than the regular
11 .. 28 VDC could cause damaged board components! The output power should be at least
2.5 W.
CAUTION!
Do NOT turn on the power supply while connecting the power adapter cable with the
Remote Access Gateway IGW/922-W. This could cause damaged board components! First
connect the power adapter cable and THEN turn the power supply on.
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4.3
Semiconductor Relay Output
The Remote Access Gateway IGW/922-W offers a semiconductor relay output to switch an
external alarm device with up to 30 VDC and 500 mA on and off.
Figure 4: Connecting an external alarm device
Terminal
A1
A2
Signal
Alarm- Semiconductor Relay Output (max. 30 VDC / 500 mA)
Alarm+ Semiconductor Relay Output (max. 30 VDC / 500 mA)
Table 7: Screw terminal semiconductor relay output
CAUTION!
Using the alarm output with more than the regular 30 VDC and 500 mA could cause damaged board components!
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HELPFUL LITERATURE
• IGW/92X-W first steps
• E2W/ESL2 hardware reference
• DIL/NetPC ADNP/9200 hardware reference
CONTACT
SSV Embedded Systems
Dünenweg 5
D-30419 Hannover
Phone: +49 (0)511/40 000-0
Fax:
+49 (0)511/40 000-40
E-mail: sales@ssv-embedded.de
Internet: www.ssv-embedded.de
Forum: www.ssv-comm.de/forum
DOCUMENT HISTORY
Revision
1.0
1.1
1.2
Date
2014-09-24
2015-08-26
2016-05-17
Remarks
first version
edited chapter 1.3
edited figure 4
Name
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