Installation Guide

Installation Guide
eWON2001™
Ethernet Gateway
Remote Access Server (RAS)
Programmable Industrial Router (PIR)
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eWON2001™
Ethernet Gateway
Remote Access Server (RAS)
Programmable Industrial Router (PIR)
Table of Contents
1 Product description ........................................................ 4
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
Introduction ...................................................................
General specification of the hardware platform ...................
Functions of the eWON2001™ Ethernet Gateway................
Functions of the eWON2001™ RAS Modem RAS & PIR.........
Typical applications .........................................................
Part Numbers and internal options ....................................
External accessories........................................................
4
4
4
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5
5
6
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
Housing Interfaces .......................................................... 8
Markings ....................................................................... 9
Applicable directives, standards and compliance.................. 9
Equipment information and versions.................................10
Mechanical outline .........................................................11
Mounting and environmental conditions ............................12
Preparing the installation ................................................12
Specification for external power supply selection ................12
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
Ethernet Port ................................................................14
Embedded PSTN Modem .................................................14
Embedded GSM/GPRS Modem .........................................14
Embedded ISDN Modem .................................................15
Resets..........................................................................16
Configurable serial port (optional) ....................................17
MPI port (optional).........................................................18
2 Structure of the eWON technical documentation ................ 7
3 Housing and markings.................................................... 8
4 Front panel control LEDs .............................................. 13
5 Communication interfaces and I/Os ............................... 14
eWON2001™
Ethernet Gateway
Remote Access Server (RAS)
Programmable Industrial Router (PIR)
5.8 Digital input ..................................................................19
5.9 Digital output ................................................................20
6 Communicating with the eWON ..................................... 21
6.1 By Ethernet...................................................................21
6.2 By phone line or GSM .....................................................21
7 IP parameters configuration .......................................... 23
8 Technical support ........................................................ 24
9 Appendix: Pinouts and connections ................................ 24
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
Power Supply ................................................................24
Ethernet .......................................................................25
RJ45 connector..............................................................28
Input/Outputs ...............................................................29
Serial Port ....................................................................30
MPI port .......................................................................31
Unitelway/Modbus serial cable .........................................32
PSTN / ISDN phone line connector ...................................33
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1 Product description
1.1 Introduction
The eWON2001™ is a compact version from a complete range of Ethernet/Internet gateways also known as
“Programmable Industrial Routers” (PIR). See our web site http://www.ewon.biz to get further information about the
eWON range. The eWON is a terminal that enables access to technical data, whatever their format is. It is
configurable by web pages. It is secure because it meets the toughest industrial standards and has restricted access
features (required in open networks). The hardware platform of the eWON2001™ is a standard eWON that embeds
a modem (PSTN or GSM/GPRS).
The eWON range supports the TCP/IP and PPP protocols. This brings you all the benefits of an universally
recognized standard network. It also allows you to use popular software tools like Internet Explorer, FTP client,
SNMP Manager, Mail Recipient… and so to reduce significantly your costs (implementation and ownership).
1.2 General specification of the hardware platform
• Processor ARM clocked @ 75Mhz, 8Mb SDRAM, 8 Mb Flash
• Backed up real time clock (RTC) with 24 Hours autonomy
• External power supply 12-24 VDC +/- 20%
• 1 Ethernet port 10/100Mb BaseTx
• 1 Serial port configurable in RS232/RS422/RS485
OR
1 MPI port
• 1 digital input (DI)
• 1 digital output (DO)
• DIN rail mounting compliant with EN50022 (latch)
• Environmental conditions (operating):
Ambient T°: from 0°C to +50°C
Humidity: from 0 to 80% non condensing
1.3 Functions of the eWON2001™ Ethernet Gateway
• Compatibility with MODBUS, UNITELWAY, NETMPI, DF1, FINS and S5 AS511 protocols
• Data acquisition
• Web server – fully customizable web pages
• Programmable by BASIC scripts
• Alarm management
• Report generation
1.4 Functions of the eWON2001™ RAS Modem RAS & PIR
The eWON2001™ basically features the same functions as the eWON500™, but thanks to its embedded modem
(PSTN or GSM/GPRS), it features in addition, the following functions:
1.4.1 Remote Access Server functions
• Remote Access Server (RAS) and TCP/IP Server
• PAP/CHAP Authentication
• Login/password
• Remote network access
• User access control
• Security: Integrated firewall (NAT, IP filtering,…)
• Conventional and internet callback
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1.4.2 Programmable Industrial Router functions
• Automatic routing of protocols
• Pre-configured routing tables
• Programmable routing from I/O and Tag names (BASIC)
1.5 Typical applications
• Alarm management
• Sending alarms by network, phone, Email and/or SMS
• Remote measurements, loop back, control and monitoring
• Local or remote Human Machine Interface (SCADA)
• Predictive and operational maintenance
• Diagnosis and machinery status control
• Stock and vessel level monitoring
• Process and machinery activity logs
• Commissioning support
• Remote programming
• Interface for Application Service Providers (ASP)
1.6 Part Numbers and internal options
Part Number structure of the eWON product range:
EWaabzm
Where (examples):
aa = Type of hardware platform
- 21 = eWON2001™
b = Power supply
- 2 = Low voltage DC power supply
z = Serial port type
• 0 = RS232 / RS422 / RS485 serial port
• 6 = MPI port
m = Communication
• 02 = PSTN modem
• 03 = ISDN modem
• 05 = GSM/GPRS modem
• 06 = GSM/GPRS modem US
• 09 = PSTN 56LS modem
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Available Part Numbers for the eWON2001™ platform:
Type/Description
Part Number
eWON2001™/PSTN33 (PSTN modem)
EW21202
eWON2001™/ISDN (ISDN modem)
EW21203
eWON2001™/GSM/GPRS (GSM/GPRS modem)
EW21205
eWON2001™/GSM/GPRS US (GSM/GPRS modem)
EW21206
eWON2001™/PSTN 56LS (PSTN 56LS modem)
EW21209
eWON2001™/PSTN56 (PSTN) with MPI port
EW21264
Table 1: List of available Part Numbers
1.7 External accessories
External accessories available for the eWON2001™ platform
Description
Part Number
Starter Kit (Eth cables: 1 straight, 1 crossed + CDROM)
EW40901
Antenna GSM/GPRS (dual band fixing by screw)
EW40902
Antenna adapter SMA-M/FME-M
EW40908
Serial cable 2m for Schneider SUBD9--MiniDIN
EW40906
Table 2: Available external accessories
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2 Structure of the eWON technical documentation
The eWON technical documentation is structured in 4 different levels as shown in the table below:
Level
Title
Contents
Hardware
1
Installation Guide
(the present document)
(~40pp)
Detailed description of the hardware platform,
of its interfaces, available options and
accessories. Hardware specifications,
conformity to standards. Installation
recommendations and pinout of the
connectors. Step-by-step tutorial to establish
first communications and make the IP
configuration.
Exists for the following platforms:
• eWON2000/4000
• eWON1000
• eWON500, 2001, 4001
Software
2
Getting Started
(~30pp)
User Manuals
Exhaustive manual to use all advanced
functions of the eWON. Contains BASIC and
HTML syntax.
(~250pp)
(Exists for all platforms)
Software
3
4
Manual to start using the basic functions of the
eWON software. Covers most usual
applications (eWON 4000 only).
Application Notes
Technical Notes
• Unitelway topology Gateway XIP
• Unitelway for Schneider PLC,
• Gateway MPI for Siemens PLC and
Gateway for IP devices
• Etc, etc.
Table 3: eWON technical documentation different levels
All those manuals are available for download in pdf format on the eWON website: http://www.ewon.biz.
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3 Housing and markings
3.1 Housing Interfaces
Leds
Ethernet port
10/100 Base Tx
Phone line
Reset button
Configurable
serial port
DIN rail latch
Figure 1: Housing, front view
Digital I/O
Power supply
12-24 VDC
Figure 2: Housing, bottom view
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3.2 Markings
The identification label of the eWON is placed at the left hand side of the housing. The label is composed of the
following fields:
Serial number
0645 = year+week
0003 = sequential number
86 = suffix eWON2001™
87 = suffix eWON500™
COM type
../33.6 = PSTN modem at
33.6 kb
../GPRS = GSM modem
(GPRS compatible)
Required power supply
The power supply must be
limited to max 500mA and
be SELV-compliant (safety
voltage)
Figure 3: eWON Label
The eWON Serial Number (SN) is an important traceability tool both for the user and for the manufacturer.
Therefore, next to the product label, each eWON has its serial number stored in the flash memory. This SN is also
used in order to scan the network for eWONs and to assign its IP address, subnet mask and gateway. For more
details, See “Equipment information and versions” on page 10.
3.3 Applicable directives, standards and compliance
• 93/68/EEC European directive for CE-mark
• 73/23/EEC European directive for the safety of low voltage equipment (LVD) – Applicable standard is EN60950
A1+A4+A11
• 89/336/EEC amended by 92/31/EEC European directives for the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) –
Applicable standards EN55022:94 A1, A2 (emissions) and EN55024:98 (immunity)
• UL/CSA certification in progess (UL60950)
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3.4 Equipment information and versions
The eWON hardware and software revisions can be checked with a web browser on the eWON server (see
Communicating with the eWON on page 21). Once logged onto the eWON, clicking on the eWON logo shows these
revisions.
IP address
Software
version
Serial
number
System Info:
IO rev, Modem
type, free mem
Figure 4: eWON info page details
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3.5 Mechanical outline
26 mm
12
0
m
m
105 mm
Upper
slider
Latch
Figure 5: Left: Mechanical Outline - Right: DIN-rail latch
The eWON must be fastened on a 35mm DIN rail compliant with EN50022. A fixing latch is therefore fastened at the
bottom of the housing in order to put the device in place or remove it.
To put the unit in place, insert the top slider into the upper part of the rail, with the eWON tiled around 20°. Then
draw the latch at the bottom downwards with a screwdriver and at the same time put the unit right by rotating it.
Release the pin, the eWON is now safely fastened.
Important: Be careful when mounting the unit on the DIN-rail as doing it improperly could damage either
the fixing latch and/or the DIN-rail itself.
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3.6 Mounting and environmental conditions
The eWON unit has an IP31 protection grade. It is therefore not suited for outdoor mounting. The design of the unit
is such that it has to be integrated in an enclosed electrical cabinet, protected from excessive heat, humidity and
dust. The eWON2001™ is complying to the CE-marking requirements regarding electromagnetic compatibility
(EMC) within an industrial environment.
The normal mounting position is wall mounted on DIN-rail (EN 50022). The unit is suited to work in any other
position.
The equipment will operate within specified tolerances only if the following environmental conditions are respected:
Ambient temperature range
0°C to +50°C
Ambient humidity
0-80% non-condensing
3.7 Preparing the installation
The recommended free space in the cabinet for the eWON should be at least: 50-mm wide x 225-mm high x 200mm deep (terminal block excluded). A piece of rigid DIN-rail profile (flat 35mm wide) of suitable length should be
firmly fastened, horizontally, in the middle of the area.
Grounding the eWON is necessary to eliminate unwanted transients (lightning protection) and to conform to the
EMC requirements. Therefore, a ground screw is available at the back of the unit just below the DIN latch. Connect
this screw directly to a low impedance ground.
3.8 Specification for external power supply selection
The eWON2001™ has to be supplied by an external voltage source ranging from 12 to 24 VDC. The power supplied
must be a Class 2 or Level 3, SELV-compliant (security voltage) and limited in current to a max of 500mA. The
safety voltage power supply is not part of the delivery. The data given below is intended to allow correct selection of
the external power supply.
Specification
Value
Secondary PS voltage
from 12 to 24 VDC +/-20% (SELV-compliant)
Max secondary PS current
300 mA max.
eWON current protection
300 mA by auto fuse
eWON voltage protection
30V by varistor
eWON EMI filter
Common mode filter (*)
5 Watts (eWON2001™ PSTN)
Power absorbed (typ)
6 Watts (eWON2001™ GSM/GPRS)
Table 4: Specification for external power supply selection
(*) Properly ground the unit with the earth screw at the bottom of the unit. This is a must to ensure
the security and the electro mechanical compatibility (EMC) of the device.
Equipment Supplied by Class 2 or Level 3 Power Supply.
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3.8.1 Auto fuse
An auto fuse placed just after at the power input protects the eWON devices against short circuits. This component
returns by itself to its normal state when the short circuit has disappeared and after the component has been cooling
down. Would this fuse happen to operate, please check the device for presence of loose metal parts inside likely to
generate a short circuit. If the problem recurs even after such a verification, then return the device to the vendor for
further investigation.
4 Front panel control LEDs
POWER (green)
ON = PS 12-24
VDC present
USER (bicolor)
Hardware status
Flashing green =
normal state (life)
± 20 sec after POWER ON
Other modes see Reset
SERIAL (green)
flashing = activity
(RX)
MODEM (green)
ON = DCD
connected line
(PSTN and GSM)
LINK (green)
ON = Ethernet
connected
DI = Input (green)
ON = logic 1
DO = Output (green)
ON = logic 1
Figure 6: Front Panel leds description
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ACT (green)
flashing = Ethernet
packets
transmission (TX)
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5 Communication interfaces and I/Os
5.1 Ethernet Port
Specification
Value
Applicable standard
10/100BaseTX
Isolation
1,5 kV
Pinout RJ45 connector
See label and appendix (RJ45 connector on page 28)
Table 5: Ethernet port specification
Please refer to the appendix (Direct connection on page 26 and Connection over hub/router on page 27) for
information on the different Ethernet connexion modes (straight and crossed cables).
5.2 Embedded PSTN Modem
Specification
PSTN 33
PSTN 56 LS
Max baud rate
(V34) 33.600 bps
(V92) 56.000 bps
47 CFR part 68 (USA)
Compliant to standards
CTR-21 (EUR)
Approved by
TÜV Rheinland USA
Certificate number
AU7MD01BMC56
Pinout phone line connector
See label and appendix (PSTN / ISDN phone line connector on page 33)
Leased Line mode
No
Yes
Table 6: PSTN modem specification
5.3 Embedded GSM/GPRS Modem
Specification
GSM/GPRS
GSM/GPRS US
Bands
Dual-band EGSM900/1800 MHz
950/1900 MHz
GPRS Class
Class 10
Max baud rate
14.400 bps
Compliant to standards
R&TTE + GCF
Certificate number
---
Antenna connector
Type SMA-F
Table 7: PSTN modem specification
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5.3.1 Recommendations for the GSM/GPRS antenna
A dual band GSM/GPRS antenna is available as accessory (ref EW40902). Here are our recommendations if you
prefer to supply this antenna by yourself:
Specification
Value
GSM/DCS gain GSM antenna
Description
Dual band 900/1800 MHz
+2 dB @ 900 MHz
Gain dB
+0 dB @ 1800 MHz
Max antenna cable length (recommended)
Antenna cable termination required to be
compatible with the eWON
5m
SMA-M
Warning: adapter SMA-M/FME-M to be inserted if antenna
has FME-F termination (available as spare)
Table 8: Recommendations for the GSM/GPRS antenna
5.3.2 SIM-card installation
SMA
antenna
connector
SIM-card
drawer
Eject SIM-card
button
Figure 7: SIM-card insertion
5.4 Embedded ISDN Modem
Specification
Value
ISDN specification
ISDN BRI S0.I.430
Type
1B+D
Max baud rate
64 Kb
Certification
--Table 9: ISDN modem specification
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5.5 Resets
Warning: you should not reset your eWON unless you have been told to do so by someone of our
technical support. The concerned files (differs depending on reset type) are totally lost and
unrecoverable after being formatted.
To press the reset button, you will need a standard ball pen to pass through the hole in the front panel.
5.5.1 User Reset
This is the first level and most usual level of reset. It consists in formatting only the « user file » part of the non
volatile memory. The Tag configuration and the customer web site are part of the formatted files.
You generate this first level reset by pressing and maintaining the reset button during approximately 4 seconds after
powering the eWON up until the « USER » LED flashes 1x per second. When this state is reached, release the
button and wait approximatively 20 secs until the procedure is completed. The eWON restarts automatically and is
ready to communicate. This type of reset does not modify the communication parameters.
5.5.2 Factory Reset
This second level reset is used only exceptionally because it formats all non volatile memories and make the eWON
returning to its factory defaults. This operation consists in 3 stages:
• Formatting of all non volatile memories, including all COM parameters and IP addresses
• Return to ex-factory configuration (default config)
• Full hardware auto test with result shown by the “user” LED
Warning: you should not reset your eWON unless you have been told to do so by someone of our
technical support. The concerned files (differs depending on reset type) are totally lost and
unrecoverable after being formatted.
You generate this second level reset by pressing and maintaining the reset button during approximately 20 secs
after powering up the eWON until the “USER” LED remains RED continuously. When this state is reached, release
the button and wait approximatively during 45 secs until the procedure is completed. The procedure finishes with the
result of the autotest on the “user” LED. If the autotest is completed succesfully, then the “user” LED shows its
normal pattern of 200ms ON et 1,5 sec OFF.
Any other pattern will start with 200ms ON (opening of the pattern) followed by OFF and a certain number of times 1
sec ON that allows to identify the nature of the detected problem. Please call the technical support if you are
confronted with an error pattern on the “user” LED.
Warning: you absolutely have to wait until the full autotest procedure is completed without interrupting
it. If the autotest is interrupted, the flash memory of the eWON will contain random data likely
to make it unstable. In such a case you have to redo the full reset procedure from scratch and
wait until it is totally completed.
When performing a full reset, the eWON does NOT restart in normal mode by itself and remains running in diagnose
mode. Power the eWON off and on again to restart in normal mode. As described before, the eWON returns to its
default COM parameters and IP addresses after this level 2 reset is performed.
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5.6 Configurable serial port (optional)
Specification
Value
Physical modes (configurable)
RS232/RS485/RS422
Max serial cable length
3m
Pinout connector
See label and appendix (Serial Port on page 30)
Table 10: Serial port specification
The configuration of the physical serial mode is done by a set of 4 dip switches located on left side from the unit. The
settings of the switches are shown in the table below (note: switch 1 is the most right one).
Positions
Mode
RS232
RS422, RS485
WITHOUT polarisation and termination resistors
RS422, RS485
WITH polarisation and termination resistors
Table 11: Serial mode configuration switches
Note: the 3 switch configurations shown here above are the sole configurations giving satisfactory
results. See important remarks about this configuration on the next page.
Warning: Contrary to indications on the label, the switch 2 is reserved and must stay OFF. Note that
switch 3 & 4 need to have the same position (both ON or both OFF). When they are ON, it
connects the internal polarisation (typ 680 Ohms) and termination (typ 120 Ohms) resistors.
This configuration applies only to RS4xx lines conforming to good practices.
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5.7 MPI port (optional)
The MPI port is easily identifiable with its blue square surrounding the gender-changer
dongle.
Specification
Value
Physical mode
MPI
Speed
• 19.2 kBauds
• 187.5 kBauds
•
1.5 MBauds
Polarisation
680 Ohms (selectable)
Termination
120 Ohms (selectable)
Pinout connector
See label and appendix
(MPI port on page 31)
Dipswitch positions available
Positions
Mode
MPI
WITH polarisation and termination resistors
MPI
WITHOUT polarisation and termination resistors
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5.8 Digital input
Specification
Value
Input voltage range
0 to 24 VDC
Input voltage absolute max
33 VDC
(varistor protection)
Zero state max input voltage (OFF)
5 VDC
One state voltage range (ON)
10 to 30 VDC
3.8mA @ 12VDC
One state currents (ON)
8.2mA @ 24VDC
Isolation
3,5 kV
Pinout connector
See label and appendix (Input/Outputs on page 29)
Table 12: Specification of the digital input
Figure 8: Digital input: state vs voltage
The input range extends from 0 to 24VDC (30VDC max). A zero logic (OFF) state is detected when the input level is
below 5Vdc. A one logic (ON) state is detected when the input level is above 10Vdc.
Warning: the logic level is undefined when the input is ranging between 5 and 10VDC.
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5.9 Digital output
Specification
Value
Type of output
Open collector
Max current (external source)
200mA @ 30 VDC
Isolation
3,5 kV
Pinout connector
See label and appendix (Input/Outputs on page 29)
Table 13: Specification of the digital output
This digital output is activated by an open collector transistor driven by an optocoupler. The maximum current flow
into this transistor has a characteristic above the value specified in the eWON, in order to cope with the switching
power losses. The transistor used is in an open collector type with pre drive. This means the relay power supply has
to be supplied from an external source to the pre drive electronics.
The diagram below shows the external wiring needed for correct operation of the digital output. A relay has been
chosen for this sample application but any load within the specifications can be used instead.
Warning: note that this is a sink only output to ground (the transistor acts like a switch to ground).
Figure 9: Digital output: wiring diagram
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6 Communicating with the eWON
6.1 By Ethernet
1 ) Plug one of the Ethernet cables [see appendix (Direct connection on page 26 and Connection over hub/
router on page 27)] between your eWON and either your PC (crossed cable) or onto your network
(straight cable).
2 ) Configure your Internet browser connection, in order not to use a proxy server (please have a look at
your browser help file).
With a direct connection between PC and eWON, TCP/IP settings have to be with fixed IP addresses
and hence cannot have DHCP enabled (automatic IP address allocation by host).
3 ) Launch your Internet Browser on your PC.
4 ) Type the eWON TCP/IP address on the address edit control of your Internet Browser (10.0.0.53 is the
factory default by Ethernet).
5 ) The eWON returns its login web page. If not -404 Error, server not found-, redo the procedure from the
beginning and check whether you did not forget anything.
6 ) Introduce the default login parameters that are:
• User Name: <adm>
• Password: <adm>
7 ) You can now access the different web pages of the eWON and, among others, configure your
connection parameters by selecting the following options in the menu of the home page:
To configure the Ethernet IP address:
<Configuration>, <System Setup>, <Communication>, <Ethernet>
To configure the PPP IP address:
<Configuration>, <System Setup>, <Communication>, <DialUp (PPP)>
6.2 By phone line or GSM
6.2.1 Under Windows 98, NT and 2000
1 ) Open the root folder Dial-up Networking.
2 ) Click on the icon Make new connection.
3 ) Give a name to this connection.
4 ) Select a local modem from the list and click Next.
5 ) Introduce the phone number and the login <adm> and password <adm> of your eWON (or the login/
password you have created) and click Next.
6 ) Click Finish.
7 ) An new icon has been created in the Dialup Networking folder.
8 ) Open the connection wizard by double clicking on this icon and introduce the login/password for PPP
authentication which are the same than those for the eWON Web site access (<adm> / <adm> by
default). Make the connection and wait until the modems are synchronized (MDM led on the front
panel is active) and that your authentication login has been accepted.
9 ) Launch your Internet Browser on your PC.
10 ) Types the eWON TCP/IP address on the address edit control of your Internet Browser (202.0.0.240 is
the eWON but you could have modified, in this case use the new address).
11 ) The eWON should display its login web page. If not -404 Error, server not found-, redo the procedure
from the beginning and check whether you did not forget anything.
12 ) Unless you have changed them, introduce the default Web site access login parameters that are:
• User Name: <adm>
• Password: <adm>
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13 ) You can now access the different Web pages of the eWON and, among others, configure your
connection parameters by selecting the following options in the menu of the home page:
To configure the Ethernet IP address:
<Configuration>, <System Setup>, <Communication>, <Ethernet>
To configure the PPP IP address:
<Configuration>, <System Setup>, <Communication>, <DialUp (PPP)>
6.2.2 Under Windows XP
1 ) With Windows XP, you first have to go to Start and select Connect to and then Show all
connections. Create a new connection appears in the network tasks box (top left corner).
2 ) Selecting Create a new connection menu opens the new connection creation wizard. Click Next.
3 ) Select the 2nd option (out of 4) – Connect to the network at my workplace and then click Next.
4 ) Select the 1st option (out of 2) – Dial-up connection and click Next.
5 ) Give a name to this connection and click Next.
6 ) Introduce the phone number of the eWON and click Next.
7 ) Click Finish.
8 ) The connection windows opens and introduce the PPP authentication parameters that are the same
than those used to access to the eWON embedded Web site (<adm> / <adm> by default).
9 ) The new connection has now been added in the “Connections” directory and also under Start and
Connect to as well as on your desktop if you selected the relevant option (Create icon on desktop).
10 ) You can now make a connection either by using the currently open window, or later on by using one
of the available paths (Start menu or desktop icon).
11 ) Wait until the modems are synchronized and that your PPP authentication has been accepted.
12 ) Launch your Internet navigator.
13 ) Introduce the IP address of the eWON in the address field of the navigator (the default address is
202.0.0.240 in dial-up mode (see chapter IP parameters configuration on page 23).
14 ) The eWON should then display its login Web page. If not (-404 Error, server not found-), redo the
procedure from the beginning and check whether you did not forget anything.
15 ) Unless you have changed them, introduce the default web site access login parameters that are:
• User Name: <adm>
• Password: <adm>
16 ) You can now access the different Web pages of the eWON and, among others, configure your
connection parameters by selecting the following options in the menu of the home page:
To configure the Ethernet IP address:
<Configuration>, <System Setup>, <Communication>, <Ethernet>
To configure the PPP IP address:
<Configuration>, <System Setup>, <Communication>, <DialUp (PPP)>
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7 IP parameters configuration
Warning: parameters always have to be defined in full agreement with the network policies applicable
within your organisation (ask your network administrator).
The Ethernet port of the eWON is configured in the factory with the following default parameters:
• IP Address: 10.0.0.53
• Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
• Gateway: 0.0.0.0 (none)
Note: the default IP address for dial-up access (PPP) is different (202.0.0.240). This allows
simultaneous connection through both interfaces.
Whatever the access mode is (direct or dial-up), you will need these IP parameters to communicate with the eWON.
If your device is inserted in a local network (LAN), one of the first things to do is to assign the device IP parameters
that are compatible with your network (ask your network administrator). The following chapter describes how to edit
these parameters by using the eBuddy utility. You can also edit the IP parameters with your navigator and the Web
site included in the eWON.
Warning: normally you cannot communicate with a device of which you don’t know the IP parameters.
Therefore, there is a special tool (called “eBuddy”) you can download from the eWON Internet site http://
www.ewon.biz. Start this application once you have connected your eWON to the network. The
application will scan the whole network and will identify all eWONs that are connected, including their IP
parameters (Address and subnet mask) and their serial number. The utility allows also to edit the IP
parameters. IP parameters always have to be defined in full agreement with network policies applicable
within your organisation (ask your network administrator).
When connecting through a modem, the eWON assigns a client address to the PPP interface of your PC. This
address has to be configured outside the range of addresses used within the LAN network of your organisation (ask
your network administrator). For example, if your organisation has 10.0.0.0 as basis address and 255.255.255.0 as
subnet mask, then you can use any address between 10.0.0.0 et 10.0.0.255. Contact your network administrator in
order to obtain an IP client address that is compatible with those of your organisation.
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8 Technical support
If you need technical support, simply fill out the form on the Web site http://www.ewon.biz or send an email with the
problem description to support@ewon.biz.
9 Appendix: Pinouts and connections
9.1 Power Supply
1 2
Figure 10: eWON Mating female connector (included)
• Manufacturer:
Phoenix Contact GmbH, http://www.phoenixcontact.com
Part Number: GMSTB 2,5/2-STF-7,62
• Pinout (see label)
Pin
Description
1
Ground
2
Positive (+)
Table 14: Pinout Power Supply Connector
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9.2 Ethernet
The eWON can be accessed by a 10/100BaseTX
Ethernet connection. This connection can be made
with two different cables (straight or crossed). These
cables have 8 copper conductors and are known as
UTP Class 5 with RJ45 terminations at both ends.
These cables are availbale as spare parts (see
External accessories on page 6).
The type of cable (straight or crossed) depends on the
equipment the eWON will be connected to. The most
current cases are the direct connection with a PC
(crossed) and the connection through a hub/router
(straight).
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9.2.1 Direct connection
If the eWON is connected directly to a PC, then use the crossed cable:
Crossed
cable
When cabling over long distance, you have to take care of the twisted pairs. This means that along with the above
cabling conventions, the emission (TX+/TX-) and reception (RX+/RX-) signals have to be connected on the same
twisted pair:
TX+: pin3, TX-: pin6
Twisted pair 1
RX+: pin1, RX-: pin2
Twisted pair 2
Pins 4, 5, 7 and 8 do not have to be connected. The following picture shows the twisted pair connections:
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9.2.2 Connection over hub/router
If the eWON is connected to a hub, it has to be connected like any other device, with a straight cable. Again, the
wiring is as shown on the following picture, and care should be taken to keep the RX and TX signals on twisted
pairs:
Hub/Router
Straight
cable
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9.3 RJ45 connector
The RJ45 connector has got the following pins numbering, as it can be seen on the following picture, showing it from
different angles:
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9.4 Input/Outputs
1
5
Mating female connector (included):
Manufacturer:
Sauro
Part Number:
CTF050VT
Pin
http://www.sauro.net/
REF
Description
1
DO_GND
Output digital signal (0V ground)
connected to the emitter of the
transistor
2
DO_OC
Output digital signal connected to the
collector of the transistor
3
DO_VDC
Common of the external predrive power
supply (between +12 et +24 VDC)
4
DI_GND
Ground of the input (isolated)
5
DI
Input digital signal
Table 15: Pinout I/O connector
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9.5 Serial Port
Mating female connector (not included):
Type
Female DB9 with 4/40 blocking screws
Pinout serial port (according to mode):
Pin
RS232
RS485
RS422
1
-
-
-
2
RXD
-
RX+
3
TXD
A+
TX+
4
-
-
-
5
GND
GND
GND
6
-
-
-
7
RTS
-
RX-
8
CTS
B-
TX-
9
-
-
-
Table 16: Pinout serial port
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9.6 MPI port
Mating male connector (not included):
Type
Male DB9 with 4/40 blocking screws
MPI port pinout (DB9 female):
Pin
MPI
1
-
2
-
3
B(+)
4
-
5
GND
6
-
7
-
8
A(-)
9
-
Table 17: MPI port
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9.7 Unitelway/Modbus serial cable
This 2m cable can be delivered as accessory to connect Schneider PLCs; It has a SUBD9 connector at the eWON
side and a MiniDIN connector at the PLC side.
MiniDIN PIN
Schneider
Signal Name
eWON Signal Name
eWON SUBDB9 Pin
1
D(B)
A+
DB9 pin 3: A+
2
D(A)
B-
DB9 pin 8: B-
GND
GND
DB9 pin 5: GND
3
4
5
6
7
8
Connector Shield
Table 18: Pinout MiniDIN
D(A) is connected to B- and D(B) is connected to A+
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9.8 PSTN / ISDN phone line connector
• Mating male conector (not included):
Type:
RJ11 type "6P2C" without shield
• Pinout PSTN line:
Pin
Description
1
-
2
-
3
TIP
4
RING
5
-
6
Table 19: pinout PSTN modem
• ISDN phone line mating male connector pinout (RJ11):
Pin
Description
1
-
2
TX+
3
RX+
4
RX-
5
TX-
6
Table 20: ISDN connector pinout
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