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User’s Manual

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March 2002

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PowerCard™ Module User’s Manual

Copyright © 2002, Domosys Corporation. All rights reserved.

This manual is an introduction to the PowerCard™ Module. It is a guide for working with the module.

The manual is organized into five chapters:

1: INTRODUCTION TO THE POWERCARD™ MODULE, provides general information on

the PowerCard module, and introduces its key features and benefits;

2: GETTING TO KNOW THE POWERCARD MODULE, introduces the optional user

interface and other connectors;

3 Installation and Configuration, explains how to install and configure a PowerCard

module in a system;

4: OPERATING MODE, provides information on how the module functions in normal

operating conditions and how to upload a new firmware to it. It also gives instructions for obtaining assistance from our technical support personnel.

5: SPECIFICATIONS, provides product specifications with respect to electrical and

mechanical characteristics.

Appendix A: PowerCard Transition, this section gives details about the first generation of

PowerCards, for your information.

Product warranty information is located at the end of the manual.

No portion of the contents of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without the express written permission of Domosys Corporation.

PowerBus™, PowerGate™, PowerCard™and U-Chip™ are trademarks of Domosys Corporation. All other company or product names mentioned in this manual are used for identification purposes and may be trademarks of their respective owners.

Please read this manual carefully before installing your PowerCard module, and keep it for future reference.

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Table of Contents

1 Introduction to the PowerCard™ Module ................................................................................................. 5

1.1

Key Benefits .................................................................................................................................................. 5

1.2

Getting Started .............................................................................................................................................. 5

1.2.1

Package Contents......................................................................................................................................... 5

1.2.2

Safety and Warning....................................................................................................................................... 5

2 Getting to Know the PowerCard Module .................................................................................................. 6

2.1

Outline of the PowerCard.............................................................................................................................. 6

2.2

Optional User Interface ................................................................................................................................. 6

2.3

Connectors and Switches ............................................................................................................................. 7

2.3.1

SPI Expansion (J1) Connector...................................................................................................................... 8

2.3.2

J2 Connector................................................................................................................................................. 8

2.3.3

J7 and J9, Interfacing Connectors .............................................................................................................. 10

2.3.4

RS-232 Connector (J5) ............................................................................................................................... 10

2.3.5

Power Input Connector (J3) ........................................................................................................................ 11

2.3.6

Main Power Switch (SW2) .......................................................................................................................... 11

2.3.7

Boot ROM Mode Switch (SW1B) ................................................................................................................ 11

2.3.8

Reset Pushbutton (SW3) ............................................................................................................................ 11

2.4

Jumpers ...................................................................................................................................................... 11

3 Installation and Configuration ................................................................................................................. 13

3.1

Connecting the PowerCard Module ............................................................................................................ 13

3.2

Examples of Network Connections ............................................................................................................. 13

3.3

Serial communication.................................................................................................................................. 15

3.3.1

UART........................................................................................................................................................... 15

3.3.2

SPI............................................................................................................................................................... 15

4 Operating Modes....................................................................................................................................... 16

4.1

Normal Operating State .............................................................................................................................. 16

4.2

RS-232 Firmware Uploading Mode............................................................................................................. 16

5 Specifications............................................................................................................................................ 17

5.1

Mechanical Specifications........................................................................................................................... 17

5.2

Environmental and Electrical Specifications ............................................................................................... 17

Appendix A PowerCard Transition.................................................................................................................. 18

Index 21

List of Figures and Tables

Figure 2-1: Outline of the PowerCard, top view, version C........................................................................................ 6

Figure 2-2: Optional user interface E-PBM-0300-A, top view.................................................................................... 7

Figure 2-3: Numbering of a header connector........................................................................................................... 7

Figure 2-4: Jumper configuration for J4 ................................................................................................................... 12

Figure 3-1: Connections to the PowerCard module................................................................................................. 13

Figure 3-2: PowerCard modules used as stand-alone PowerBus devices.............................................................. 14

Figure 3-3: PowerCard module used as an interface between the RS-232 device and the communication medium14

Figure 5-1: Top view of the PowerCard E-PBM-0100-A.......................................................................................... 18

Table 2-1: Optional bar graph I/O description............................................................................................................ 7

Table 2-2: SPI connector pin assignment .................................................................................................................. 8

Table 2-3: J2 pinout ................................................................................................................................................... 9

Table 2-4: J7 ............................................................................................................................................................ 10

Table 2-5: J9 ............................................................................................................................................................ 10

Table 2-6: RS-232 (J5) female connector pin assignment ...................................................................................... 11

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Table 2-7: Jumpers .................................................................................................................................................. 12

Table 5-1: Mechanical specifications ....................................................................................................................... 17

Table 5-2 : Environmental and electrical specifications........................................................................................... 17

Table 5-3: PowerCard list......................................................................................................................................... 18

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1 Introduction to the PowerCard™ Module

The PowerCard module is an ideal platform to demonstrate the features of PowerBus technology in conjunction with PowerBus software tools.

You can refer to the PowerBus Glossary (document no. G-PWB-0100) for a description of all

PowerBus-related terms and definitions listed in this document.

The PowerCard module:

• Demonstrates simple PowerBus capabilities as a stand-alone device for technology evaluation purposes.

• Provides a platform to rapidly create prototypes of PowerBus devices based on the PowerBus

ICs.

• Interfaces between a PC, or any other device with a RS-232 port, and a network of PowerBus devices via a standard RS-232 connector.

• 1 PowerCard module

• 1 Power adapter 120 VAC or 240 VAC according to your order

• 1 RS-232 cable (DB-9 female to DB-9 male)

To avoid risk of fire or damage:

• Read this user’s manual carefully.

• Do not expose the PowerCard module to water or operate it in a damp environment.

• Do not place the PowerCard module in direct sunlight or near a heat source.

• Do not place the PowerCard module close to a source of static electricity or an electromagnetic field.

• Any repairs made to the PowerCard module must be done by Domosys qualified personnel.

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2 Getting to Know the PowerCard Module

2.1 Outline of the PowerCard

Use the following (see Figure 2-1) drawing as a reference for the next sections.

Note: the PowerCard you have in hand is the part number E-PBM-0100-C, sometimes called version

C. For version C, the software inside the PowerBus IC could be different from the version documented here. This document descibes version 1.3. If your firmware version is 2.0 or higher, you need the next version of this manual, as pinout is slightly different.

MIC AC

J8

SW2

Main power switch

Power input

JU1

J6 J1

J3

JU4

J5

JU3

JU2

RS-232

J1

J9 J7

SW3

SW1B

Reset button

Optional user interface

Boot ROM mode switch

J2 (underneath J1)

Figure 2-1: Outline of the PowerCard, top view, version C

2.2 Optional User Interface

The PowerCard module does not contain any user interface. However, a user interface is provided to simulate simple inputs and outputs and give a certain level of feedback to user applications (see Table

2-1). Here is what the user interface looks like:

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DS1

DS2

DS3

DS4

SW1

DS5

DS6

DS7

SW2 DS8

J1

DS9

Figure 2-2: Optional user interface E-PBM-0300-A, top view

The user interface is composed of nine LEDs and two pushbutton switches. The LEDs are used as outputs while the switches are used as inputs.

I/O

Descriptor

SW1

SW2

DS1

DS2

DS3

DS4

DS5

DS6

DS7

DS8

DS9

LED

Color

n/a n/a

Red

Red

Red

Red

Red

Red

Red

Red

Green

Table 2-1: Optional bar graph I/O description

Signal

Name

P0.3

P0.4

P4.0

P4.1

P4.2

P4.3

P4.4

P4.5

P4.6

P4.7

None

U-520 Series

IC Pin (LQFP 80)

50

51

8

9

10

11

13

14

24

25 n/a

Behavior

Logical 1 when SW1 is pressed

Logical 1 when SW2 is pressed

ON when logical 1 applied to port

ON when logical 1 applied to port

ON when logical 1 applied to port

ON when logical 1 applied to port

ON when logical 1 applied to port

ON when logical 1 applied to port

ON when logical 1 applied to port

ON when logical 1 applied to port

ON when supplied with 3.3V (DC in)

The DS1-DS8 can be interfaced to provide feedback or simply to simulate an output virtual variable.

SW1 an SW2 can also be interfaced to simulate input virtual variables. Use the port mapping above when defining the “Hardware mapping” property in the PowerBus project.

2.3 Connectors and Switches

Locate connectors using the top view of the PowerCard (see Figure 2-1). Connectors such as J1, J7

and J9 are header connectors and they are not numbered the same way as ICs are numbered. The

following (see Figure 2-3) is an example of a 16-pin connector. The diagonal line indicates the

connector’s orientation. Numbering is across instead of around the component.

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11

13

7

9

15

1

3

5

8

10

12

14

16

2

4

6

Figure 2-3: Numbering of a header connector

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2.3.1 SPI Expansion (J1) Connector

For more detail about SPI interfacing, refer to the section 3.3.2, SPI. The pinout of the JP1 connector is listed in the following table:

Pin

Number

1

4

5

2

3

Signal

Name

Table 2-2: SPI connector pin assignment

PowerBus

IC Pin

Description

8

9

6

7

SPI.MISO

SPI.MOSI

+3.3 VDC

19

20

SPI Master_In Slave_Out signal.

SPI Master_Out Slave_In signal.

Power supply.

10

11

12

13

+3.3 VDC

SPI.SS* 22

Power supply.

SPI chip select.

14 GND Power supply.

Note 1: these pins must be left floating.

Note 2: direction depnds on wether master or slave was selected.

Direction

Input/Output²

Input/Output²

Input/Output²

Input/Output²

The J2 connector (see Figure 2-1) interfaces directly to the U-520 80-pin IC. Optional add-on boards such as the 2-input/8-output card (bar graph interface card, p/n E-PBM-0300-A) or custom-made circuits boards can be installed. Table 2-3 lists all J2 connector pins.

IMPORTANT: designers must consider that J2 interfaces with the 80-pin U-520 series IC. If the final product is to use the 48-pin U-520 series IC, pinout will vary. Refer to PowerBus IC Datasheet for package pinout.

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Table 2-3: J2 pinout

Pin Number Signal Name

U-520 Series IC Pin

(LQFP 80)

Direction

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

6

7

8

9

10

1

2

3

4

5

35

36

37

38

39

40

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

P4.2

P4.4

P4.5

P4.6

P4.7

MIC.SEL0 27

MIC.SEL1 28

PHY.ATXEN n/a n/a

P2.4

10

13

14

24

25

6 (note 1)

31

Input/Output

3.3V Note 

GND

GND

P0.2

GND

P0.4

Note 1: These pins are not used and should be left floating.

Note 2: 5 V, max. load 100 mA

Note 3: 3.3 V max. load 5 mA

29

5 (note 1)

49

51

Input/Output

Input/Output

Input/Output

Input/Output

Input/Output

Input

Input

Output

Input/Output

Input/Output

All signals of the J2 connector come directly from the U-520 series IC firmware.

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2.3.3 J7 and J9, Interfacing Connectors

Additional I/O pins and specialized pins are directly accessible from Table 2-4: J7 and Table 2-5: J9 headers.

Table 2-4: J7

Pin Number

3 V

Signal Name

EXT

(see JU4)

U-520 Series IC

Pinout

1 5V

2 3.3V

Direction

4 CMP1 54 Input

5 P3.4/TRIAC.CTRL 3 Input/Output

6 CMP2/ADC.VREF 55 Input

7 TRIAC_ZC*/PHY.ZC* 2 Input

8 CMP3/ADC.VIN 56 Input

9 PWM0/P1.2 17 Input/Output

10 P1.3/PWM1 18 Input/Output

11 GND

12 P2.3 30 Input/Output

13 GND

14 P2.4 31 Input/Output

Table 2-5: J9

Pin Number Signal Name

U-520 Series IC

Pinout

1 3.3V

Direction

2 P0.5 52 Input/Output

3 UART_RxD 79 Input

4 P0.7 68 Output

5 UART_TxD 80 Output

6 PHY.TX 57 Input/Output

7 P0.6 67 Input/Output

8 GND

 

9 TRIAC_ZC*/PHY_ZC*

2 Input

10 P1.1

16 Input/Output

11 P3.2/PCNT*

1 Input/Output

12 P3.5

4 Input/Output

2.3.4 RS-232 Connector (J5)

The RS-232 connector is used for serial communication between a host and the PowerCard module.

The connector is a standard female DB-9.

The RS-232 port specification is listed in Table 2-6: RS-232 (J5) female connector pin assignment.

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Table 2-6: RS-232 (J5) female connector pin assignment

Pin

Number

1

2

Signal Name

DCD

Description

Data carrier detect (not used).

Direction

Not connected

Output

3

4

5

DSR Data set ready (not used).

Input

Not connected

-

6

7

DTR

CTS

Data terminal ready.

Clear to send.

8

9

RTS

RI

2.3.5 Power Input Connector (J3)

Request to send.

RTS and CTS are connected directly together and are not used on the PowerCard module.

Ring Indicator (not used)

Not connected

Not used.

Shorted to

RTS.

Not used.

Shorted to

CTS.

Not connected

This connector is a polarized 8-pin DIN connector. It is used to provide power to the PowerCard module and couples the communication signal to the medium.

The AC-to-DC power adapter converts AC power (120 VAC at 60 Hz, 240 VAC at 50 Hz) into a regulated 16 VDC. All power adapters include a coupling circuit.

Note: ONLY the power adapter provided with the PowerCard module can be used with the PowerCard module.

2.3.6 Main Power Switch (SW2)

The power switch is accessible on the device to turn the PowerCard module ON/OFF.

2.3.7 Boot ROM Mode Switch (SW1B)

The PowerCard module comes factory-programmed with the U-520 series IC firmware. However, it is possible to upload new firmware into the PowerCard modules. The Boot ROM switch sets the

PowerCard module in a mode to receive new firmware. Refer to section 4.2 for upload procedures.

2.3.8 Reset Pushbutton (SW3)

The reset switch is located above the Boot ROM switch and is used to quickly put the PowerCard in the

Boot ROM mode. For more about this mode see section 4.2.

2.4 Jumpers

Three jumpers allow you to configure the PowerCard for particular applications. JU1 is located on the left side, above J6 (refer to Figure 2-1) and below the MIC AC. When ON, JU1 forces a zero crossing to be read from the power adapter. When OFF, an external zero-crossing source must be used. JU2 and

JU3 are located on the right, towards the bottom, behind the DB-9 RS-232 connector. JU3 is used to

select the SPI mode. See PowerBus ICs Data Sheet for details. JU4 allows you to select an external

voltage on connector J7.

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Table 2-7: Jumpers

Jumper

JU1

Usage

Power line zero crossing

ON

Power_Line_Zero-

Crossing_Enabled (default)

OFF

Power_Line_Zero-

Crossing_Disabled

JU2 Not — —

JU3 SPI.SEL0 Slave Master

Jumper JU4 has three pins. Here is its configuration (see Figure 2-1): if you put the jumper on pins 1-2, you will have 12 volts on pin 3 of J7; if you put the jumper on pins 2-3, a 22-volt unregulated input will be supplied to pin 3.

V

EXT

= 12 V

JUMPER POSITION ON JU4

V

EXT

= V

UNREG

V

EXT

= Floating

3 3 3

2 2 2

1 1 1

Figure 2-4: Jumper configuration for J4

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3 Installation and Configuration

3.1 Connecting the PowerCard Module

The PowerCard module can be used as an interface between any device with an RS-232 port and a network of PowerBus devices using a regular DB-9 male to DB-9 female serial cable.

Figure 3-1: Connections to the PowerCard module

Installation steps

1 Connect the power adapter DIN connector into the PowerCard module. This connector mates with the DIN connector on the back of PowerCard module.

2 Connect your host device (computer) to the PowerCard module serial port. If the host is a computer, connect the RS-232 standard module cable between the COM1 or COM2 of computer and the RS-232 DB-9 connector of the PowerCard module. If the host device is a data communication device (DCE), use a null modem cable.

3 Plug the power adapter unit into any electrical outlet.

4 Turn the PowerCard module ON by toggling up the main power switch. This switch is on the right side of the board.

3.2 Examples of Network Connections

The PowerCard module can be used in several ways. Most commonly, it will serve as a stand-alone peripheral that interacts with other PowerBus devices on the network (Figure 3-2).

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Internet gateway,

Personal computer, external peripheral or simply no external peripheral

RS-232

PowerGate™

Device "A"

PowerCard™

Device "B"

PowerCard™

Device "C"

PowerCard™

Figure 3-2: PowerCard modules used as stand-alone PowerBus devices

Or it can also be used as the interface for an application residing in a PC or another device with an

RS-232 port (Figure 3-3).

RS-232 device

PowerCard™

Figure 3-3: PowerCard module used as an interface between the RS-232 device and the communication medium

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The PowerCard comes equipped with a U-520 series IC. This IC has the capability to use a serial link to communicate with an external host controller. The serial interface is set for both UART (universal asynchronous receiver-transmitter) and SPI (serial-peripheral interface).

3.3.1 UART

The UART connector is a RS-232 D-type connector and its pinout is described in Table 2-6.

The communication parameters for UART are:

• Eight data bits;

• No parity;

• One stop bit.

3.3.2 SPI

Use the following procedure to make sure your PowerCard module is ready for SPI communication:

1. Select wether you are using master or slave mode (see Table 2-7).

2. Interface your hardware to connector SPI EXPANSION. Pinout is described in Table 2-2.

3. Make your own host firmware, to communicate with the PowerCard. For more information, see the

PowerBus IC datasheet, SPI and PowerBus API sections.

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4.1 Normal Operating State

The PowerCard module is shipped using a U-520 series ICs firmware.

Turn the power switch ON and the module will automatically start in normal operating mode where it executes the program stored in the flash.

4.2 RS-232 Firmware Uploading Mode

All PowerBus devices can be upgraded locally (via the RS-232 connection) at any time by uploading new firmware into the module flash memory.

To locally upload new firmware

1. First place the PowerCard module in Boot ROM mode: a. Push and hold still the Boot ROM and the Reset buttons (see Figure 2-1). b. Release the RESET pushbutton. c. Release the Boot ROM pushbutton.

2. Then, use a software application such as the PowerBus Development Tool or your own custommade software to execute the upload.

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5 Specifications

Dimensions (inches):

Weight:

Table 5-1: Mechanical specifications

0.290 kg / 0.650 lb

Table 5-2 : Environmental and electrical specifications

Operating Temperature

Storage Temperature

Humidity

Device Operating Voltage

Device Operating Current

0°C to +50°C

-40°C to +85°C

Indoor use only.

14 VDC to 18 VDC

500 mA max.

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Appendix A PowerCard Transition

In this appendix you will find a description of the precedent hardware design, to compare with the new board.

There are two versions of the PowerCard: E-PBM-0100-A, and E-PBM-0100-C. Refer to the following table and the identification number on your board to see which version you have. If you have a PowerCard version A, please contact [email protected]

to have it replaced with an updated version C at no charge.

Part No.

Table 5-3: PowerCard list

Release Date Description

This board does not have a reset button.

MIC AC

Boot ROM mode switch

Main power switch

Power input

RS-232

J6

U11

JP1

J2

Optional user interface

Figure 5-1: Top view of the PowerCard E-PBM-0100-A

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Product Warranty

One Year Limited Warranty

Domosys warrants that its products will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of delivery of the product to you. Your sole remedy in the event of a breach of this warranty will be that Domosys will, at its option, replace any defective product returned to Domosys within the warranty period or refund the money you paid for the product. Domosys does not warrant that the product will meet your requirements.

This warranty does not cover damage due to:

I. usage not in accordance with Domosys’ instructions;

II. servicing not authorized by Domosys Corporation; or

III. a force majeure or external cause, including, but not limited to, accidents, abuse, misuse, and problems caused by the quality of electricity.

For warranty service, you must notify the Domosys’ customer service within the warranty period. If warranty service is required, Domosys will issue a Return Material Authorization Number. The product must be returned to

Domosys in its original packaging or equivalent with prepaid shipping charges. You must insure the shipment or accept the risk of loss or damage during the shipment. Domosys will repair or replace products returned to

Domosys facilities. Domosys owns all parts removed from a repaired product. If Domosys repairs a product, its warranty is not extended. If Domosys replaces a product, the replacement product is warranted for the remainder of the original term or 60 days, whichever is longer. Domosys will ship the repaired or replacement product to you collect.

THE ABOVE WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESS

OR IMPLIED, INCLUDED THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A

PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NON-INFRINGEMENT. DOMOSYS’ RESPONSIBILITY FOR MALFUNCTIONS

AND DEFECTS IN HARDWARE IS LIMITED BY THE TERMS OF THIS DOCUMENT.

DISCLAIMER OF DAMAGES

IN NO EVENT WILL DOMOSYS BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR ANY SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT OR

SIMILAR DAMAGES, INCLUDING ANY LOST PROFITS OR LOST DATA ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR

INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT, EVEN IF DOMOSYS HAS BEEN ADVISED OF SUCH DAMAGES.

USE OF THE POWERCARD MODULE IS SUBJECT TO THE RISKS INHERENT IN TRANSMITTING

INFORMATION OVER AC POWER LINES.

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General

All Domosys product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of Domosys. Other brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. The laws of the Province of Quebec and Canada will govern this Warranty. For any question concerning this Warranty, or to contact Domosys for any reason, you should write to or call:

Domosys Corporation

585 Charest blvd E, 7th floor

Québec, Quebec

Canada G1K 3J2

Tel: (418) 681-8022

Fax: (418) 681-8015

[email protected]

www.domosys.com

Our technical support personnel can be reached Monday through Friday, from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Eastern

Standard Time (EST).

Domosys products and accompanying documentation are protected by Canadian and international copyright laws and as well as by International Treaty provisions. Any use of Domosys products in violation of copyright laws or the terms of this agreement will be prosecuted to the best of our ability.

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Index

B

Boot ROM switch, 11

C

Connecting the PowerCard module, 13

Connectors, 7

Connectors and switches

boot ROM switch, 11

J2 connector, 8

J7 and J9, 10 jumpers, 11 main power switch, 11 power input connector, 11 reset switch, 11

RS-232 connector, 10

SPI expansion (J1) connector, 8

Disclaimer of damage, 19

D

E

Environmental and electrical specification, 17

G

General legal information, 20

Getting started, 5

package content, 5 safety and warning, 5

Getting to know the PowerCard, 6

connectors and switches, 7 optional user interface, 6 outline of the PowerCard, 6

I

Installation and configuration

, 13

connecting the PowerCard module, 13 network connection examples, 13 serial communication, 15

Introduction, 5

getting started, 5 key benefits, 5

J

J1 connector, 8

J2 connector, 8

J3, 11

J5 connector, 10

J7 and J9, interfacing connectors, 10

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JU1, JU2, JU3 and JU4, 11

Jumpers, 11

K

Key benefits, 5

M

Main power switch, 11

Mechanical specification, 17

N

Network connection examples, 13

Normal operating state, 16

O

Operating mode

, 16

normal operating state, 16 uploading new firmware, 16

Optional user interface, 6

Outine of the PowerCard, 6

P

Package content, 5

Power input connector, 11

PowerCard transition, 18

Product warranty, 19

R

Reset switch, 11

RS-232 connector, 10

S

Safety and warning, 5

Serial Communication, 15

SPI, 15

UART, 15

Specifications, 17

environmental and electrical specification, 17 mechanical specification, 17

SPI, 15

SPI expansion connector, 8

SW1B, 11

SW2, 11

SW3, 11

Switches, 7

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Technical support, 20

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PowerCard™ Module User’s Manual

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UART, 15

Uploading new firmware, 16

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© 2002 Domosys Corporation

UM-PWC-0100-03

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