Ethernet or Wi-Fi converter to RS232/RS485 PoE or

Ethernet or Wi-Fi converter to RS232/RS485 PoE or
Edgar
Ethernet or Wi-Fi converter
to RS232/RS485
PoE or externally powered
With power output to supply an external
device
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Datasheet
Created: 1.7.2016
Last update: 12.5 2017 10:14
Number of pages: 24
© 2017 Papouch s.r.o.
Papouch s.r.o.
Address:
Strašnická 3164/1a
102 00 Praha 10
Phone:
+420 267 314 268
Internet:
www.papouch.com
E-mail:
[email protected]
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Description .......................................................... 4
Sending data using HTTP GET .................. 16
Application ................................................... 4
Security section ......................................... 17
Features ...................................................... 4
Others section............................................ 17
Connections ........................................................ 5
Configuration using telnet ................................. 18
Power .......................................................... 5
Connection .................................................... 18
Ethernet ....................................................... 5
IP address is not known ............................. 18
Wi-Fi ............................................................ 5
IP address is known ................................... 19
RS232.......................................................... 5
Telnet main menu.......................................... 19
RS485.......................................................... 6
Server ........................................................... 19
Power output VOUT ..................................... 7
Factory Defaults ............................................ 20
Configuration ...................................................... 8
Exit without save ........................................... 20
Setting the IP Address of Ethernet version ... 8
Save and exit ................................................ 20
Setting up the Wi-Fi version ......................... 9
Indicators .......................................................... 21
Web interface............................................... 9
Device reset ...................................................... 21
Network section ......................................... 11
Technical parameters ....................................... 22
Serial port section ...................................... 12
Default network parameters ....................... 23
HTTP GET section ..................................... 13
Available options ........................................ 23
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DESCRIPTION
Ethernet or Wi-Fi to serial line RS232 or RS485.
Edgar is powered from the Ethernet cable using PoE 802.11af standard of from an
external power supply. Output power terminal available to power an external device. PoE
is used to power Edgar as well as the external device.
Edgar Wi-Fi can also be powered through an external power supply. A power output
terminal is also available to power an external device.
Power output can be turned on and off using the WEB interface or an HTTP GET command.
TCP server, TCP client or UDP modes can be used. Apart from the usual communication
modes, Edgar can also send and receive packets to and from the serial line using HTTP GET.
This way you can get data packet to the serial line from WEB server as an HTTP request and
vice versa. Data received on the serial line can be sent to a remote WEB server – from a bar
code reader for example.
Edgar comes in a rugged metal enclosure with optional DIN rail holder.
fig. 1 – block diagram
Application
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Connecting devices communicating via serial line to Ethernet or Wi-Fi.
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Communicating with remote devices using Internet.
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Easy Ethernet enabling for current devices.
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Cable management improvements – connects to Ethernet and power using a single
cable.
Features
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Converts serial line to Ethernet or Wi-Fi
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Powered from PoE (802.3af) or an external power supply (11 – 58 V)
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Power output for powering an external device - 5, 9, 12 or 24 V – it can be turned on or
off via HTTP GET command
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Power input is galvanically isolated from other parts of the device
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Easy configuration using WEB interface
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TCP, UDP and HTTP GET protocols
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User selectable interface RS232 or RS485
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Used signals RS232: RxD, TxD, RTS, CTS, GND
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Used signals RS485: RxTx+, RxTx-
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Indications for power, data transfers, connections and network activity
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CONNECTIONS
Power
EDGAR ETH: The converter can be powered using the following options:
1) From PoE switch or injector using IEEE 802.3af (“active PoE“).
2) Using “passive PoE” with voltage ranging from 44 to 57 V DC.
3) An external power supply 11 – 58 V DC. Connector on the side of the device labeled
PWR. Plus pole is inside.
EDGAR WiFi: An external power supply 11 – 58 V DC. Connector on the side of the device
labeled PWR. Plus pole is inside.
Ethernet
Ethernet interface 10/100 Mbps is connected using a standard RJ45 connector. Connect it
using a patch cable to an Ethernet switch.
If you want to use PoE for powering the device, your Switch has to be capable of powering a
device according to PoE IEEE802.3af standard.
Wi-Fi
EDGAR WiFi: To connect to the Wi-Fi network SMA RP antenna connector is used with any
2.4GHz antenna. (Small omnidirectional antenna is included.)
RS232
Converter can only use one communication line at a time!
Line type is selected on the side of the device using SW4. Leave this switch open to
communicate on RS232.1
Serial line is connected according to RS232 specifications. Individual signals connections of
RS232 interface are in the following picture. As indicated, pins 1, 6 and 9 are not connected.
Using jumpers J1 and J2 (inside the converter) you can power your device as if connected to
the VOUT power terminal.
1
Switch state is only read during the power up of the device or a reset. Changes made during the
normal operation will not affect the communication line type.
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fig. 2 – RS232 pin connections
RS485
Converter can only use one communication line at a time!
Line type is selected on the side of the device using SW4. Leave this switch open to
communicate on RS232.2
RS485 line connects to the RxTx+ and RxTx- terminals3.
Line termination can be connected using SW1 switch. (Line termination should be connected on
both ends of the line).
Biasing resistors can be connected using SW2 and SW3 switches. (These resistors should only
be connected on a single point in line.)
Some basic recommendations for connecting RS485 line (bus):
 We recommend using common TP cable used for computer network and using one twisted pair
as RS485 communication cables
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All devices should be connected from one to another and not in a star topology (see picture on
the right). Maximum length of such line should be 1,2 km
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Use termination at each end of the line (use Termination jumper if available).
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Shielding, if available, connect to the ground on one side of the line only!
2
Switch state is only read during the power up of the device or a reset. Changes made during the
normal operation will not affect the communication line type.
3
Some manufacturers label RxTx+ as A and RxTx- as B.
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Power output VOUT
Power output is mostly used in situations where the Edgar is powered from PoE. VOUT power
output can power the connected device as well.
Power output is DC and the voltage is determined by the switches on the side of the unit. Power
output can be controlled via the WEB interface (see page 13) or using an HTTP GET command
in three steps: Off, Low power, High power. Maximum output currents are shown in the table
below:
SW5
SW6
Output Voltage
Maximum current
Low Power
Maximum current
High Power *
OFF
ON
5V
380 mA
630 mA
ON
ON
9V
200 mA
350 mA
OFF
OFF
12 V
145 mA
260 mA
ON
OFF
24 V
70 mA
130 mA
High Power / Low Power option has a significant impact on the idle power consumption of the
converter. We recommend only using the necessary maximum current based on the actual
power consumption.
* To use the High Power mode while using an external power supply, the power supply voltage
must be at least 15V DC.
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CONFIGURATION
Setting the IP Address of Ethernet version
1) Now you need to set the IP address of your device. The default address is 192.168.1.254
and subnet mask is 255.255.255.0. If your network range is outside these settings, set
your network compatible address and subnet mask using Ethernet configurator.
fig. 3 – Ethernet Configurator
2) Once the IP address is correctly set, you can connect to your device using a WEB
browser on its IP address like this: http://192.168.1.254/ (an example is shown with the
default IP address)
3) After setting the IP address, there is no need for any other setup for the basic function –
Ethernet  serial line4 converter.
4
Default serial parameters regardless of the selected line type are: speed: 9600 Bd, data bits: 8, parity: none,
stop bits: 1, data port 10001, mode TCP.
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Setting up the Wi-Fi version
New converter:
1) After a power-up the converter works in an Access Point mode (AP) with network name
(SSID) EDGAR WiFi AP with no security. This mode is indicated as a blue light on the
LINK indicator.
2) Connect to this AP using a mobile device or your computer and access
http://192.168.1.254/ address from your WEB browser. You can also use edgar.com
address.
3) Open the WEB interface (described below) and set up the parameters to your needs.
This AP mode is only meant for simple settings, once you have this done, alter the
network parameters to the highest level of security your hardware supports.
If the IP address is unknown or you are unable to connect to the AP:
1) Press the RESET button placed under the antenna connector.
2) Now the blue indicator LINK will start flashing meaning the converter is temporarily in the
AP mode with network name (SSID) EDGAR WiFi AP with no security. This mode will be
terminated after next reboot of the device.
3) Connect to this AP using a mobile device or your computer and access
http://192.168.1.254/ address from your WEB browser. You can also use edgar.com
address.
4) Open the WEB interface (described below) and set up the parameters to your needs.
This AP mode is only meant for simple settings, once you have this done, alter the
network parameters to the highest level of security your hardware supports.
If the IP address is known:
1) Connect to this AP using a mobile device or your computer and access your IP address
in the following format from your WEB browser: http://192.168.1.254/
Web interface
All other configuration is made using the in-built WEB interface. Basic network parameters can
also be configured using Telnet (see str. Chyba! Záložka není definována.). Web interface
can be accessed on the device’s IP address (Default IP address is 192.168.1.254.)
Web interface is secured using a simple user name and password.
Web interface is optimized for the following browser versions (and above): Mozilla Firefox 29,
Internet Explorer 10, Google Chrome 6, Opera 10.62, Safari 1. Web interface can also be
viewed on mobile devices with OS Android 4.2 and above, iOS 7 and above and Windows
Phone 8.1 and above.
Configuration is divided into sections based on the setting type. It is available in Czech and
English.
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fig. 4 – Edgar configuration
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Network section
This section contains network parameters settings.
fig. 5 – network settings
If the DHCP option is checked, IP address, Subnet mask, Gateway and DNS server will be set
to zeros. When the page is reloaded, it will show the actual settings from DHCP server.
If the converter is to communicate with a device outside its network, Gateway address must be
filled in. DNS server address can also be required.
Available communication modes are: TCP Server, TCP Client, UDP or HTTP GET:
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TCP Server: The device awaits an incoming connection on its IP address and local port.
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TCP Client: The device actively connects to a Remote IP address and Remote port.
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UDP: The device expects UPD packets on its Local port.
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HTTP GET: Data received on the serial line are automatically sent as an HTTP GET
request to a server set in HTTP GET section. Data received via HTTP GET are sent back
to the serial line. HTTP GET can also torn on and off the VOUT power output.
MTU Size (Maximum Transmission Unit) is a parameter determining the maximum length of the
IP datagram (in bytes). Usually this is set to 1400 bytes.5
Keep-alive interval is a time in seconds determining how often (in seconds) the TCP keep-alive
packet should be sent to maintain the connection.5
Wi-Fi
(This section is only available on the Wi-Fi version of Edgar.)
Main option is the Wi-Fi mode. Available options are Client (converter connects to an existing
Wi-Fi network) or Access point (converter creates a Wi-Fi network you can connect).
Scan button is only available in Client mode. When pressed it scans the local Wi-Fi networks
and shows a list. By clicking on one you will fill its SSID and encryption parameters to the
available fields and you can connect to it after adding the password.
Channel option is only available in Access point mode and determines the channel number
Edgar connects to.
Password fields only work as a means of entering the password. Once the password is saved,
only “Keep the original password” text is shown. If you don’t need to change the password, don’t
fill in the field at all. (The saved password can’t be extracted from the device.)
Serial port section
Serial port parameters are available here.
fig. 6 – serial port settings
Selected line type text shows the current state of the SW4 switch. You can chose from RS232
(SW4 off) or RS485 (SW4 on).1 This item cannot be selected via the WEB interface.
5
Please consult your network manager whether you need another MTU size.
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Speed is user selectable from following options: 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200,
38400, 57600, 115200 a 230400 Bd
Following Communication parameters are available:
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8 data bits, bez parity, 1 stop bit
8 data bits, even parity, 1 stop bit
8 data bits, odd parity, 1 stop bit
8 data bits, bez parity, 2 stop bits
8 data bits, even parity, 2 stop bits
8 data bits, odd parity, 2 stop bits
7 data bits, bez parity, 1 stop bit 6
7 data bits, even parity, 1 stop bit 6
7 data bits, odd parity, 1 stop bit 6
7 data bits, bez parity, 2 stop bits 6
7 data bits, even parity, 2 stop bits 6
7 data bits, odd parity, 2 stop bits 6
Packing modes
None, one or two packing modes can be activated at once:
Timeout: When a set interval elapses after receiving the last byte from the serial line, a packet
will be made and sent to the Ethernet.7 Following options are available:
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Off 8
100 ms
500 ms
1 sec
2 sec
5 sec
Ending byte: One character in hexadecimal format can be entered here. This character then
indicates the end of a packet and the converter will send the packet upon its reception. 7 Enter
zeros (00), to turn this function off 8.
HTTP GET section
This section is only available if the HTTP GET option is selected in Network > Communication
mode!
Sending data: This function allows for data from the serial line to be sent to a remote server as
an HTTP GET request. Data to the serial line can be sent directly in the response to the HTTP
GET request.
6
This option is only available with the Ethernet version (not with the EDGAR WiFi).
7
Maximum length can be 509 bytes. When a message longer than 509 bytes is received, the converter will
pack the first 509 bytes regardless of the packing settings.
8
If the packing is turned off completely, data will be packed progressively depending on the buffer.
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fig. 7 – Edgar has sent an HTTP GET request to a server and in response received data that is to be sent to the
serial line
Receiving data: Data can be sent from a remote server to the serial line using an HTTP GET.
fig. 8 - Edgar has received an HTTP GET from server containing data to be sent to the serial line
Up to a 100 bytes of data can be sent to the server using HTTP GET. (The following data will be
sent in another HTTP GET. The same restriction applies in the other direction as well.
HTTP GET can also be used to control the VOUT power output. Output can be set exactly
as it can in the Other section: Off (0), Low power (1), High power (2). Number from 0 to 2 is to
be sent to the set.xml script in the out attribute. Example of setting the output to Low Power is
following (Default IP address is used):
192.168.1.254/set.xml?out=1
fig. 9 - HTTP GET settings
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WEB server address: Enter address of the WEB server containing scripts for receiving data
from your converter. URL address should be in format www.server.com (maximum length is 30
characters) or IP address in format: 192.168.1.254. If you are sending HTTP GET requests in
another network, Gateway and DNS parameters must be set in Network section.
TLS encryption: Enables SSL encryption for the communication with the server. (This option is
only available in the Wi-Fi version!)
Scripts server directory: Enter local path to the directory containing the scripts. For example, if
the complete path to the script ishttp://www.server.com/scripts/myscript.php, enter only: scripts/
Maximum length is 30 characters.
Script name: Enter the script name. If, for example the complete script address is
http://www.server.com/scripts/myscript.php, enter only: myscript.php. Maximum length is 12
characters.
GUID: String up to 40 characters that can identify your device. String can contain letters,
numbers and a hyphen. If you enter the string, it will be added as a GUID parameter at the end
of the HTTP GET.
Encryption key: If you want to encrypt the HTTP GET contents, enter exactly 16 character
string. Allowed characters are: a-z, A-Z or 0-9. HTTP GET is encrypted using 128bit AES
(Rijndael), CFB method. It the string is not entered, HTTP GET will not be encrypted.
HTTP GET format:
Example of an HTTP GET containing serial data:
(& characters deleted for better legibility.)
script.php?mac=0080A397E9A0 type=EDGAR_ETH guid=123456789
description=WATCH data=616263646566
Encrypted HTTP GET example:
script.php?encrypted_data=6DBC43226EEA99B2C47A9AE0C5A8F070253DEE7BB2
ECEA43632670B7F6B0957AF0CCFB5B0FF50876B605D9D09F1345DFD31E75C6CBDCF1
D64074E15B530C67BF425534948B8A0D40FD861A86EF37F5848FE26F32B084EC1EE3
09C711E24776717EB5
Following parameters are sent in the HTTP GET:
mac .................. MAC address of your device.
type .................. Product type.
guid .................. User defined unique string.
description ....... Labels HTTP GET sent either as a limit exceeding event (WATCH) or testing
HTTP GET sent after clicking the test button on the WEB interface (TEST).
data .................. Data from the serial line converted to ASCII representation of a hexadecimal
number. If the string abcdef comes to the serial line, 616263646566 will be in
the data attribute. This parameter is only present in the HTTP GET during the
WATCH.
encrypted_data Parameter contains all data as represented in the regular HTTP GET, only
encrypted with each byte converted to a two-character hexadecimal
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representation. (First 16 bytes contain the initialization vector for the AES
encryption.)
HTTP GET response
If you want to send data to the serial line as a response to the HTTP GET, the server should
send a response in XML format. The response must contain data attribute which should contain
data in hexadecimal format. The following example shows string 0123 sent to the serial line::
<root>
<set data="30313233" />
</root>
If the answer is to an encrypted HTTP GET, the response must also be encrypted and in the
following format (the total length must not exceed 600 characters):
<root>
<set
encrypted_data="39fe0f643a2c1092e6f7bc5de725bd8bf2d4a8c916ccbe4089faa3c
6b7bb7b7dabd4229ad803f76d05ee7b91d5bb0a2628e937cff4435a604034f1c3497569
5294f86826ad5a81bc8364ba73d389ca19fe7a929bc8160b00d3e6edcaca485dc200afc
b42ca8c8f700e437d2f00c45964a5fa2872ab6a9e96e6c19d368549f92a1da372669b89
654d8c2127d7079b3288f0bbb8f239379de0230ab17f0d7652147470cd8b80047363f89
cea6e6799d4b58f59f168f0b15fe7ede12664ebc02637822ab70053da6778b1f42b6ee1
01f9c3ac39b35ebf4155dc01318964e7cabe"/>
</root>
Sending data using HTTP GET
Using HTTP GET it is possible to send data to the serial line. To receive the HTTP GET use
set.xml script. This script only receives unencrypted messages. The script recognizes these
commands from these examples:
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Sending ASCII characters strings
set.xml?data=VCeskychBudejovicichByChtelZitKazdy
Data parameter is an ASCII string of 100 characters at most.
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Sending binary data string
set.xml?hex=aabbccddee
Hex parameter is a binary data string in hexadecimal format. Given the data from the
example above, five bytes will be sent to the serial line (aa = 170, bb = 187, cc = 204, dd
= 221, ee = 238). Hex parameter can only contain up to 200 characters 0-9, a-f or A-F.
HTTP GET sent to the converter can only contain one of these attributes – either data or hex.
Response to the sent HTTP GET is an XML in this format:
<root>
<result status="1" />
</root>
If the status attribute has a value of 0, it means that the command was not properly executed
because it contains errors or an unexpected value.
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Security section
Here the password for the WEB interface can be set.
fig. 10 – security settings
When a text Keep original…, it means this section will be left intact without changes during the
saving of these settings. (The entered password will not be shown for security reasons.)
Passwords can be changed by filling any of the fields at any time.
Others section
This is where the WEB interface language, device name and power output parameters are set.
fig. 11 – other settings
Power output mode (VOUT) is meant to control the VOUT power output.
The output can be set to three steps: Off, Lower output power, High output power.9 The power
output voltage is set separately by DIP switches on the side of the device (see page 7).
Colored indicator next to the power output mode field will be greyed out when the power output
is off, green when it is on, and red if the power output is overloaded or shorted.
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Maximum output currents for each voltage are described on a table on page 6.
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CONFIGURATION USING TELNET
Telnet configuration is only available with the Ethernet version.
Connection
IP address is not known
It is recommended that the IP address should be set using the Ethernet Configurator software
(for more information see page Chyba! Záložka není definována.).
1) Open the window of the cmd command. (In the Windows OS select Start/Run, enter cmd
in the provided line and click Enter.)
2) Make the following entries into the ARP table:
a. Type arp –d and confirm by Enter. This will delete the current ARP table.
b. Use the following command to assign 192.168.1.254 to the module MAC address:
arp –s [new_ip_address] [MAC_address_of_device]
example: arp -s 192.168.1.254 00-20-4a-80-65-6e
3) Now open Telnet. (Type in telnet and click Enter. 10)
4) Enter open [new_ip_address] 1 and confirm.
5) After a while, the terminal will display an error message saying that connection failed.
However, this step is necessary for the module to enter the IP address into its ARP table.
6) Connect to the IP address of the module. (Type in open [IP address in dotted
format] 9999 and click Enter.)
7) So far you have only entered the configuration mode of the module. The IP address has
not yet been set. It must be set in the menu Server Configuration > IP Address. If you
close the configuration mode without saving the settings and IP address configuration,
the whole procedure must be repeated!
8) If the entered IP address is valid, the device displays an introductory text ending with:
Press Enter for Setup Mode
Press Enter within 3 seconds, otherwise the configuration mode will close.
9) The device will display a preview of its settings.
10) The preview ends with a paragraph called “Change setup:” which lists the groups of
parameters that can be configured. Network parameters can be changed in the “Server”
section where you can set a new network address and other parameters.
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In OS Windows Vista or higher, the client for Telnet is not a standard part of the system. Install it using the
following procedure:
a) Open the “Control Panels/Programs and Features” menu.
b) On the left, click “Enable or disable features of Windows system” (this option requires the administrator
to log in).
c) The “Features of Windows system” window displays. Here tick the “Telnet service Client” field and click
Ok. The client for Telnet will be installed.
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IP address is known
1) In OS Windows choose Start/Run, enter telnet in the provided line and press Enter. 10
2) Connect to the IP address of the module. (Type in open [IP address in dotted
format] 9999 and press Enter.)
3) If the entered IP address is valid, the device displays an introductory text ending with:
Press Enter for Setup Mode
Press Enter within 3 seconds, otherwise the configuration mode will close.
4) The device will display a preview of its settings.
5) The preview ends with a paragraph called “Change setup:” which lists the groups of
parameters that can be configured. Network parameters can be changed in the “Server”
section.
Telnet main menu
Individual items can be chosen using the numbers written next to them. Choose the required
number and press Enter.
The menu structure is as follows:
Change Setup:
0 Server
...
7 Defaults
8 Exit without save
9 Save and exit
Your choice ?
Server
Basic Ethernet settings.
This section contains the following parameters:
IP Address : (192) .(168) .(001) .(122)
Set Gateway IP Address (N) ?
Netmask: Number of Bits for Host Part (0=default) (16)
Change telnet config password (N) ?
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IP Address
(IP address)
IP address of the module. The digits must be entered one by one and separated by Enter.
Default value: 192.168.1.254
Set Gateway IP Address
(set the IP address of the gateway)
Gateway IP addr
(IP address of the gateway)
In “Set Gateway IP Address” enter “Y“ to change the IP address. The system then prompts you to
change the Gateway IP address. The digits must be entered one by one and separated by Enter.
Netmask
(network mask)
Here you specify the number of bits of the IP address that make up the network part.
The Netmask is set as a number of bits determining the range of available IP addresses of the local
network. If, for example, value 2 is entered, the structure of the Netmask is 255.255.255.252 .
The entered value specifies the number of bits from the right. The maximum is 32.
Default value: 8
Example:
The mask 255.255.255.0 (binary form: 11111111 11111111 11111111 00000000) =. number 8.
The mask 255.255.255.252 (binary form: 11111111 11111111 11111111 11111100) = number 2.
Change telnet config password
(Set the password for Telnet)
Enter new Password
(Enter the password for Telnet)
This parameter is used to set a new password which is required prior to any configuration via Telnet
or via WEB interface (admin password).
For item “Change telnet config password”, enter “Y” to change the password. The system then
prompts you to change the password.
Factory Defaults
By pressing number 7 the device restores the default settings.
The default setting means that all parameters will return to their initial factory settings. The IP
address remains unchanged; the web interface port is set to 80.
Exit without save
To close the configuration mode without saving the changed parameters.
Save and exit
This option saves the changes. If any parameter has been changed, the device is restarted. The
restart takes several tens of seconds.
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INDICATORS
Four indicators are on the device:
ON indicator is lit once the power is connected (Either PoE or an external).
COM indicator is lit when a communication on the serial line is in progress.
LINK indicator is lit in the TCP/UDP mode once the connection is established. In the HTTP GET
mode the indicator flashes when a packet is sent to a remote server.
VOUT indicator is lit when the power output is enabled.
DEVICE RESET
Ethernet version:
Using the following instructions, you can reset the device to its factory settings. Unlike the reset
performed within the Telnet settings (see page 20), this reset also sets the IP address to its
default: 192.168.1.254.
1) Disconnect the power (or the Ethernet cable) from the device.
2) Press and hold the button located in a small opening below the Ethernet connector.
3) Reconnect the power and hold the button for at least 10 seconds until a yellow indicator
on the Ethernet connector flashes 4 times.
4) Release the button.
WiFi version:
Enter the configuration AP mode by pressing the RESET button under the antenna connector.
In this mode any changes can be made. The settings are described on page Chyba! Záložka
není definována. below title: Chyba! Nenalezen zdroj odkazů..
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TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
Electronics
External power supply ................................... 11 to 58 V DC (with polarity reversal protection)
Min. voltage - VOUT High power .................. 15 V
Converter power consumption ...................... typ. 1 W
Consumption VOUT - Low Power ................ max. 5 W
Consumption VOUT - High Power ............... max. 8 W
Power
IIN
VOUT High power
IIN
VOUT Low power
IIN
VOUT off
12 V
-
100 mA
92 mA
24 V
78 mA
48 mA
45 mA
48 V
40 mA
25 mA
24 mA
tab. 1 – Typical current draws from the power supply
Power connector ........................................... barrel type 3.8 × 1.3 mm; + pole inside
Operation temperatures ................................ -20 to +70 °C
Dimensions (w/o connectors) ........................ 83 × 56 × 23.4 mm
Enclosure material ........................................ 0.8 mm sheet metal
IP coverage ................................................... IP 30
Power output (VOUT)
Output voltage ............................................... 5, 9, 12 or 24 V (user selectable)
Overload and shortage protection ................. present
Max. Low Power mode load .......................... > 1.6 W (see page. 7)
Max. High Power mode load ......................... > 3 W (see page. 7)
RS232
Signals used ................................................. TxD, RxD, RTS, CTS, GND
Communication speed .................................. 300 Bd to 230.4 kBd
Data bits ........................................................ 7, 8
Parity ............................................................. even, odd, no parity
Stop bits ........................................................ 1, 2
RS485
Signals .......................................................... RxTx+, RxTxOvervoltage protection .................................. transil diode 6.5 V
Communication speed .................................. 300 Bd to 230.4 kBd
Data bits ........................................................ 7, 8
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Parity .............................................................even, odd, no parity
Stop bits.........................................................1, 2
Ethernet Interface
Type...............................................................TBase 10/100 Ethernet
Connector ......................................................RJ45
PoE power (“active PoE”) ..............................according to the IEEE 802.3af standard
Power supply for „passive PoE“ .....................44 – 57 V
Wi-Fi
Specifications ................................................IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
Frequency......................................................2.4 GHz
Antenna connector ........................................SMA RP
Other parameters
HTTP GET encryption ...................................128 bit AES; Rijndael; CFB method
Weight ...........................................................150 g
Default network parameters
IP address .....................................................192.168.1.254
Subnet mask..................................................255.255.255.0 (8 bits; C mask)
Gateway IP address ......................................0.0.0.0
Available options
35 mm DIN rail mount ....................................optional accessory (sold separately)
Please do not hesitate to contact us in case you have any special requirements for Edgar
converter parameters or functions.
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Phone:
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