Communication Drivers

Communication Drivers
Communication Drivers
Installation manual
35006152_03
eng
June 2005
2
Table of Contents
About the Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Part I General information on the installation of drivers . . . . . 9
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Chapter 1
General information concerning the Drivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
The drivers and Unity Pro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Part II Uni-Telway drivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Chapter 2
Serial port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to install the driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Driver configuration screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to configure the driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 3
17
18
20
24
TSX SCP 114 card. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to install the driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Driver configuration screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration of the Windows 98 operating system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration of the Windows 2000\XP operating system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration of Windows NT operating system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
27
28
30
32
33
34
Part III FIP drivers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Chapter 4
TSX FPP 20 card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to install the driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to install the driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration of the Windows 98 operating system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
37
38
40
41
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Configuration of the Windows 2000\XP operating system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Configuration of the Windows NT operating system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Chapter 5
TSX FPC 10 ISA card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
How to install the driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Driver configuration screen for Windows NT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Driver configuration screen for Windows 98\2000\XP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Configuration of the operating system using the TSX FPC 10 card . . . . . . . . . . 51
How to select the hardware type for Windows 98 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
How to select the hardware type for Windows 2000\XP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
How to configure hardware parameters for Windows 98 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
How to configure hardware parameters for Windows 2000\XP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
How to adjust the ISA TSX FPC 10 card parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Part IV ETHWAY driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Chapter 6
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
How to install the driver for Windows 2000\XP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
How to install the driver for Windows NT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Driver configuration tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Part V XIP driver on TCP/IP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Chapter 7
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
How to install the driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Driver configuration screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
How to configure the driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Part VI Drivers for Atrium Processors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Chapter 8
ISAWAY driver for TPCX 57 processors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
How to install the driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Configuration of the ISAWAY driver for Windows NT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Configuration of ISAWAY driver for Windows 98\2000\XP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Configuration of the operating system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
How to select the hardware type for Windows 98 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
How to select the hardware type for Windows 2000\XP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
How to configure hardware parameters for Windows 98 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
How to configure hardware parameters for Windows 2000\XP . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
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How to adjust the ISA TPCX 57 card parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
Chapter 9
PCIWAY driver for TSX PCI 57 xxx processors . . . . . . . . . . . 111
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to install the driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring the PCIWAY driver for Windows 2000\XP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to Adjust the Parameters of the TSX PCI 57 xxx Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
111
112
114
116
Part VII Modbus driver. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Chapter 10
Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to install the driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration of the Modbus Driver for Windows 98\2000\XP and NT . . . . . . .
Driver configuration screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Driver Control Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Driver Debug Screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Information Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
121
122
124
125
127
129
130
Part VIII USB driver. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131
Chapter 11
Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to install the driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration screens for Windows 2000\XP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
State of the USB link . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
133
134
137
139
Part IX Drivers manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141
Chapter 12
Functions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143
Management of X-Way drivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144
X-Way addressing modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148
Appendices
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153
Appendix A
The drivers of the TSX PCX 3030 cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155
Installing the drivers of the TSX PCX 3030 cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156
Configuration screens for drivers using the TSX PCX 3030 cable.. . . . . . . . . . 159
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Index
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About the Book
At a Glance
Document Scope
This document deals with the installation of communication drivers for Windows 98,
Windows 2000/XP and Windows NT operating systems.
These drivers are:
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
Validity Note
Uni-Telway:
z on the serial port,
z with a TSXSCP114 card.
Fip:
z with a TSXFPC10 card,
z with a TSXFPP20 card.
Ethway,
XIP on TCPIP,
drivers for Atrium:
z Isaway for the ISA bus,
z PCIWAY for the PCI bus.
Modbus,
USB.
The data and illustrations found in this documentation are not binding. We reserve
the right to modify our products in line with our policy of continuous product
development.
The information in this document is subject to change without notice and should not
be construed as a commitment by Schneider Electric.
Related
Documents
Title of Documentation
Reference Number
X-Way Driver
TLX DI XIP M
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About the Book
Product Related
Warnings
Schneider Electric assumes no responsibility for any errors that may appear in this
document. If you have any suggestions for improvements or amendments or have
found errors in this publication, please notify us.
No part of this document may be reproduced in any form or by any means, electronic
or mechanical, including photocopying, without express written permission of
Schneider Electric.
All pertinent state, regional, and local safety regulations must be observed when
installing and using this product.
For reasons of safety and to ensure compliance with documented system data, only
the manufacturer should perform repairs to components.
When controllers are used for applications with technical safety requirements,
please follow the relevant instructions.
Failure to observe this product related warning can result in injury or equipment
damage.
User Comments
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General information on the
installation of drivers
I
At a Glance
Subject of this
Part
This part describes the installation principle of the various drivers using the
CD ROM.
What's in this
Part?
This part contains the following chapters:
Chapter
1
Chapter Name
General information concerning the Drivers
Page
11
9
General
10
General information concerning
the Drivers
1
At a Glance
Subject of this
chapter
This chapter provides general information on the drivers.
What's in this
Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Installation
12
The drivers and Unity Pro
14
11
General information concerning the Drivers
Installation
At a Glance
It is generally possible to launch the installation of all the drivers using the same
procedure.
Procedure
The following procedure describes the installation principle of a driver using the
CD ROM.
Step
Description
1 Insert the CD ROM in the CD ROM drive.
Result: the Install.htm file launches automatically.
2 Click on the link (in blue underlined text) that corresponds to the driver you wish to
install.
Result: the Downloading files window appears.
Downloading a file
You have chosen to download a file from this location.
SETUP.EXE from D:\CD_Rom\Install.htm
What do you wish to do with this file?
Run this program from its current location
Save this program on the disk
Always ask before opening this type of file
OK
Cancel
3 Choose Run this program from its current location.
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Further info.
General information concerning the Drivers
Step
Description
4 Then click on OK to confirm your choice.
Result: the Safety warning window appears.
Security warning
Do you wish to install and run "SETUP.EXE from
D:\ CDRom\UNITELWAY\Win2000-XP-Win 98-Me\disk1"?
Impossible to identify this editor for the following reasons:
The object to be verified is unknown to the supplier of
reliability certificates.
Yes
No
Further info.
5 Click on Yes to go ahead with the installation.
Result: the installation setup of the chosen driver is run.
6 Click on Next to go ahead with the installation.
7 Configure the driver.
8 Then click on OK to confirm the configuration.
9 Restart your computer.
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General information concerning the Drivers
The drivers and Unity Pro
Precautions
14
To ensure correct operation of the drivers using the Unity Pro software range you
should install or reinstall the drivers using the CD ROM version ≥ V2.0.
Drivers that normally operate using the Unity Pro software range should also be
installed using Windows XP or Windows 2000.
Uni-Telway drivers
II
At a Glance
Subject of this
Part
This part describes how to install the drivers associated with Uni-Telway
communication for Windows 98, Windows 2000\XP and Windows NT operating
systems.
What's in this
Part?
This part contains the following chapters:
Chapter
Chapter Name
Page
2
Serial port
17
3
TSX SCP 114 card
27
15
Uni-Telway drivers
16
Serial port
2
At a Glance
Subject of this
Chapter
This chapter describes installation of the Uni-Telway driver communicating in slave
mode on the serial port with a remote device.
Driver installation consists of two steps:
z installation of files on the station,
z configuration of the driver.
What's in this
Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
How to install the driver
18
Driver configuration screens
20
How to configure the driver
24
17
Serial port
How to install the driver
At a Glance
Driver installation is a standard installation. It can be launched either:
z from the drivers' CD-ROM,
z or from disks if the station has no CD-ROM drive.
Note: The installation disks are created from the CD-ROM.
How to create a
set of disks
Preliminary
operations
Use the following procedure to create installation disks:
Step
Action
1
Use a station with a CD-ROM drive.
2
Insert the CD-ROM into the drive.
3
Access the directory of the driver to be copied onto disk.
4
Copy the contents of the DISK1 directory onto a disk. Repeat this step for each
DISK directory.
Note: it is advisable to number the disks.
Before installing the new driver, you must check that no other version of this driver
exists on the station.
If a driver does exist, you must delete it before carrying out the new installation.
A previous version can be uninstalled using:
z Drivers Manager software,
z or the Control Panel → Add/Remove Programs.
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How to install the
driver
To install the driver, carry out the following procedure:
Start of installation
Installation by
CD-ROM?
No
Insert the 1st disk in the drive
Yes
Insert CD-ROM in CD-ROM drive
Appearance
of the file
INSTALL.HTM
?
No
Access the directory of the driver
to be installed corresponding to
the PC's operating system
Yes
Click on the link which corresponds
to the driver to be installed
Access the directory DISK1
Choose Run this program from
its current location then confirm
by clicking on OK
Double click on the file
SETUP.EXE
Choose Yes in the security warning
screen
Click on Next
Configure the driver then close the
configuration screen
Restart the computer
End of installation
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Serial port
Driver configuration screens
At a Glance
The configuration tool is used to link a driver configuration profile to a remote device
that communicates with the station.
Illustration
The screen dedicated to the Uni-Telway driver looks like this:
Uni-Telway Configuration
Station List
1
2
Target Station:
Station ID
[Default]
3
[Default]
Remote
COM 1
Password
Add
Ph
Modify
Delete
6
4
5
OK
Description
20
Cancel
Apply
7
This table describes the different areas which make up the configuration screen:
Number
Element
1
This field is used to display the active profile.
2
This list is used to display the driver profile associated with each remote device.
3
These buttons are used to select the driver profile.
4
This button is used to add new profiles to the list.
5
This button is used to modify the profile of the driver selected from the list.
6
This button is used to remove a profile from the list.
7
This button is used to make the profile selected with the cursor active.
Serial port
Uni-Telway
parameters
The parameters are presented in the following manner:
Parameters of the Station
Uni-Telway Link Parameters
Advanced
Station ID
[Default]
COM Port
COM 1
Uni-telway Slaves address
Base
Number
1
3
Communication Modem
Modem Used
Hayes
Tel No.
Password
OK
Cancel
The Station ID window is used to name the remote device associated with the
driver configuration.
The COM Port window is used to select the communication port used.
The Uni-telway Slave Address window is used to enter:
z the standard slave address of the driver,
z the number of slave addresses used by the driver.
The Modem Communication window is useful when the local station is
communicating via a modem. In this case, this window is used to enter:
z the HAYES string to be sent to the modem in order to initialize it,
z the call number of the remote device,
z the password to be sent to the remote device, if it has been configured with a list
of callers with passwords (e.g. TSX MDM 10 card configured with passwords).
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Serial port
Line parameters
The parameters are presented in the following manner:
Parameters of the Station
Uni-Telway Link Parameters
Advanced
Speed
9600 bits/s
Auto-Adaptation
Valid
1
Parity
Odd
Data Content
7 bits
Even
8 bits
Without
RTS/CTS Delay
Use CTS
1
seconds
Stop Bits
1 bit
2 bits
X 100 ms
Default
OK
Cancel
This tab is used to configure the parameters linked to transmission:
z Speed: transmission speed of between 300 and 115 200 bits/s,
z Auto-Adaptation: self-adaptation of speed (time during which the driver tries to
connect at a given speed),
z Data: specifies the size of the data exchanged over the line,
z Parity: is used to set whether a parity bit is added or not, as well as its type,
z Stop Bits: is used to enter the number of stop bits used for communication,
z RTS/CTS Delay: enables the CTS signal to be used in the event of multidrop
communication.
The Default button is used to reset all these parameters to their default value.
22
Serial port
Advanced
parameters
The parameters are presented in the following manner:
Parameters of the Station
Uni-Telway Link Parameters
Advanced
Type of link
PC
Uni-Telway
Other
PCL No.
TimeOut Link
-1
RX/TX Delay
-1
Force Virtual Com Port
OK
Cancel
This tab is used to configure the line type:
z PC: uses the driver to connect to a series 7 PLC terminal port,
z Uni-Telway: default value, uses the driver to communicate in Uni-Telway,
z Num PLC: uses the driver to connect to NUM PLCs.
z RX/TX Delay: by default set to –1; is used to extend the return time (if the
station is too fast).
z Link Timeout: by default set to –1; is used to set the maximum time for
detecting the right transmission speed.
z Force Virtual Com Port: must be checked if the Unit-Telway driver uses a virtual
communication port except for use with the TSX PCX 3030 cable.
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Serial port
How to configure the driver
At a Glance
During driver installation, a default profile is proposed. This profile can be modified
or a new one created.
How to create a
new profile
From the driver configuration screen.
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Step
Action
1
Click on the Add... button. see Uni-Telway parameters, p. 21.
2
Enter station name.
3
Select COM port.
4
Define the driver slave address.
5
If the driver uses a modem to communicate, select the Use modem box and
enter the different fields associated with it.
6
Select the Line parameters (See Line parameters, p. 22) tab.
7
Configure the transmission parameters according to the remote device (baud
rate, parity, data bits, etc.).
8
If the driver requires specific configuration, click on the Advanced (See
Advanced parameters, p. 23) tab and configure the parameters according to
the remote device.
9
Accept the configuration by clicking on Ok.
Result: the new configuration appears in the list.
Serial port
How to modify a
profile
How to remove a
profile
How to activate a
profile
From the driver configuration screen.
Step
Action
1
Select a configuration profile from the list.
Result: the cursor moves to the selected line.
2
Click on the Modifier button; see Uni-Telway parameters, p. 21.
3
Modify the parameters according to the remote device.
4
Select the Line parameters (See Line parameters, p. 22) tab and modify the
transmission parameters according to the remote device (speed, parity, data,
etc.).
5
If the driver requires specific configuration, click on the Advanced (See
Advanced parameters, p. 23) tab and modify the parameters according to the
remote device.
6
Accept the configuration by clicking on Ok .
Result: the new configuration appears in the list.
From the driver configuration screen.
Step
Action
1
Select a configuration profile from the list.
Result: the cursor moves to the selected line.
2
Click on Delete.
3
Press the Yes button to confirm your choice.
Result: the configuration is removed from the list.
From the driver configuration screen.
Step
Action
1
Select a profile from the list.
Result: the cursor moves to the selected line.
2
Click on the Apply button.
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Serial port
26
TSX SCP 114 card
3
At a Glance
Subject of this
Section
This chapter describes installation of the Uni-Telway driver communicating in slave
mode via the PCMCIA TSX SCP 114 card with a remote device.
Driver installation consists of three steps:
z installation of files on the station,
z configuration of the driver
z configuration of the operating system to recognize the driver.
What's in this
Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
How to install the driver
Page
28
Driver configuration screens
30
Configuration of the Windows 98 operating system
32
Configuration of the Windows 2000\XP operating system
33
Configuration of Windows NT operating system
34
27
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How to install the driver
At a Glance
Driver installation is a standard installation. It can be launched either:
z from the drivers' CD-ROM,
z or from disks if the station has no CD-ROM drive.
Note: The installation disks are created from the CD-ROM.
How to create a
set of disks
Use the following procedure to create installation disks:
Step
Action
1
Use a station which has a CD-ROM drive.
2
Insert the CD-ROM into the drive.
3
Access the directory of the driver to be copied onto disk.
4
Copy the contents of the DISK1 directory onto a disk. Repeat this step for each
DISK directory.
Note: it is advisable to number the disks.
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TSX SCP 114 card
How to install the
driver
To install the driver, carry out the following procedure:
Start of installation
Installation by
CD-ROM?
No
Insert the 1st disk in the drive
Yes
Insert CD-ROM in CD-ROM drive
Appearance
of the file
INSTALL.HTM
?
No
Access the directory of the driver
to be installed corresponding to
the PC's operating system
Yes
Click on the link which corresponds
to the driver to be installed
Access the directory DISK1
Choose Run this program from
its current location then confirm
by clicking on OK
Double click on the file
SETUP.EXE
Choose Yes in the security warning
screen
Click on Next
Configure the driver then close the
configuration screen
Restart the computer
End of installation
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TSX SCP 114 card
Driver configuration screens
At a Glance
The configuration tool is used to configure the TSX SCP 114 card Uni-Telway driver.
Illustration
The screen dedicated to the Uni-Telway driver looks like this:
TSX SCP114 Configuration
Uni-Telway
Link Parameters
3
Slave
1
Slave number (Ad0)
OK
Description
30
Cancel
1
Apply
2
This table describes the different areas which make up the configuration screen:
Number
Element
1
This window is used to set the standard slave address (Ad0) used by the card.
2
This button is used to recognize the address.
3
This tab is used to access the configuration of transmission parameters.
TSX SCP 114 card
Line parameters
The parameters are presented in the following manner:
Station Parameters
Uni-Telway Link Parameters
Speed
9600 bits/s
Delay
Default
Data Content
7 bits
10
ms
Parity
Even
Stop Bits
1 bit
Odd
8 bits
2 bits
Without
RTS/CTS Delay
X 100 ms
1
Cancel
OK
Default
Cancel
Apply
This tab is used to configure the parameters linked to transmission:
z transmission speed of between 300 and 19,200 bits/s,
z Time-out,
z Number of data bits: specifies the size of the data exchanged over the line,
z parity: is used to set whether a parity bit is added or not, as well as its type,
z number of Stop bits: is used to enter the number of stop bits used for
communication,
z RTS/CTS delay: enables the CTS signal to be used in the event of multidrop
communication.
The Default button is used to reset all these parameters to their default value.
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Configuration of the Windows 98 operating system
At a Glance
After the driver installation and configuration phase, the operating system shall
recognize the TSX SCP 114 card and its driver.
Note: So that the driver is loaded when the card is inserted, it is essential that the
station is restarted to update the registry.
How to configure
the operating
system
The following procedure describes how to configure the operating system:
Step
Action
1
Install and configure the driver.
2
Restart the station.
3
Insert the PCMCIA card into its slot.
Result:
The system automatically detects the card and the following window is
displayed:
New device detected
?
Telemecanique-TSX SCP 114
Select which driver you want to install for your new hardware
Windows default driver
Driver supplied on hardware manufacturer diskette
Do not install a driver (Windows will not prompt you again)
Select from list of drivers
OK
32
Cancel
4
Select the option Windows default driver.
5
Confirm using the Ok button.
Help
TSX SCP 114 card
Configuration of the Windows 2000\XP operating system
At a Glance
After the driver installation and configuration phase, the operating system shall
recognize the TSX SCP 114 card and its driver.
Note: When configuring the system, it is not necessary to restart the station.
How to configure
the operating
system
The following procedure describes how to configure the operating system:
Step
Action
1
Install and configure the driver.
2
Insert the PCMCIA card into its slot.
Result:
The system automatically detects the card and loads the card driver.
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Configuration of Windows NT operating system
At a Glance
After the driver installation and configuration phase, the operating system shall
recognize the TSX SCP 114 card and its driver.
Note: So that the driver is loaded when the card is inserted, it is essential that the
station is restarted to update the registry.
How to configure
the operating
system
The following procedure describes how to configure the operating system:
Step
Action
1
Install and configure the driver.
2
Shutdown your machine.
3
Insert the PCMCIA card into its slot.
Result:
The system automatically detects the card and loads the driver.
Case in which
the driver does
not start
34
One possibility is that the default IRQ3 is busy, in which case another one must be
used:
Follow the steps below to detect an available IRQ:
Step
Action
1
In the taskbar, select "Start ->Run".
2
enter the command "Winmsd"
3
Select the tab "Resources", choose an available IRQ and confirm with OK.
4
Edit the DSCP114.REG file and modify the value of "InterruptNumber"
5
In the taskbar, select "Start ->Run", enter the command "DSCP114" and
confirm.
6
Restart your machine.
FIP drivers
III
At a Glance
Subject of this
Part
This part describes how to install the drivers associated with FIP communication for
Windows 98, Windows 2000\XP and Windows NT operating systems.
What's in this
Part?
This part contains the following chapters:
Chapter
Chapter Name
Page
4
TSX FPP 20 card
37
5
TSX FPC 10 ISA card
45
35
FIP drivers
36
TSX FPP 20 card
4
At a Glance
Subject of this
Chapter
This chapter describes installation of the driver used to communicate in Fipway\Fipio
mode via the TSX FPP K200 connection kit with a remote device.
Driver installation consists of three steps:
z installation of files on the station,
z configuration of the driver,
z configuration of the operating system to recognize the driver.
What's in this
Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
How to install the driver
Page
38
How to install the driver
40
Configuration of the Windows 98 operating system
41
Configuration of the Windows 2000\XP operating system
42
Configuration of the Windows NT operating system
43
37
TSX FPP 20 card
How to install the driver
At a Glance
Driver installation is a standard installation. It can be launched either:
z from the drivers' CD-ROM,
z or from disks if the station has no CD-ROM drive.
Note: The installation disks are created from the CD-ROM.
How to create a
set of disks
Use the following procedure to create installation disks:
Step
Action
1
Use a station which has a CD-ROM drive.
2
Insert the CD-ROM into the drive.
3
Access the directory of the driver to be copied onto disk.
4
Copy the contents of the DISK1 directory onto a disk. Repeat this step for each
DISK directory.
Note: it is advisable to number the disks.
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TSX FPP 20 card
How to install the
driver
To install the driver, carry out the following procedure:
Start of installation
Installation by
CD-ROM?
No
Insert the 1st disk in the drive
Yes
Insert CD-ROM in CD-ROM drive
Appearance
of the file
INSTALL.HTM
?
No
Access the directory of the driver
to be installed corresponding to
the PC's operating system
Yes
Click on the link which corresponds
to the driver to be installed
Access the directory DISK1
Choose Run this program from
its current location then confirm
by clicking on OK
Double click on the file
SETUP.EXE
Choose Yes in the security warning
screen
Click on Next
Configure the driver then close the
configuration screen
Restart the computer
End of installation
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TSX FPP 20 card
How to install the driver
At a Glance
The configuration tool is used to configure the driver in Fipway or Fipio mode to use
the TSX FPP 20 card.
Illustration
The screen dedicated to the card driver looks like this:
TSXFPP20 Configuration
Network Parameters
Network : 0
1
2
3
Station : 63
Network Type
Fipway
Fipway (World FIP)
Fipio
Fipio (WORLD FIP)
OK
Description
Apply
This table describes the different areas which make up the configuration screen:
Number
40
Cancel
Element
1
This field is used to set the network address.
2
This field is used to set the station address.
3
This window is used to select the type of Fipway or Fipio connection.
TSX FPP 20 card
Configuration of the Windows 98 operating system
At a Glance
After the driver installation and configuration phase, the operating system shall
recognize the TSX FPP 20 card and its driver.
Note: So that the driver loads up when the card is inserted, it is essential that the
station is restarted to allow Windows to update the registry.
How to configure
the operating
system
The following procedure describes how to configure the operating system:
Step
Action
1
Install and configure the driver.
2
Restart the station.
3
Insert the PCMCIA card into its slot.
Result:
The system automatically detects the card and the following window is displayed:
New device detected
?
Telemecanique-TSX SCP 114
Select which driver you want to install for your new hardware
Windows default driver
Driver supplied on hardware manufacturer diskette
Do not install a driver (Windows will not prompt you again)
Select from list of drivers
OK
Cancel
4
Select the option Windows default driver.
5
Confirm using the Ok button.
Help
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TSX FPP 20 card
Configuration of the Windows 2000\XP operating system
At a Glance
After the driver installation and configuration phase, the operating system shall
recognize the TSX FPP 20 card and its driver.
Note: When configuring the system, it is not necessary to restart the station.
How to configure
the operating
system
The following procedure describes how to configure the operating system:
Step
Action
1
Install and configure the driver.
2
Insert the PCMCIA card into its slot.
Result:
The system automatically detects the card and loads the card driver.
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Configuration of the Windows NT operating system
At a Glance
After the driver installation and configuration phase, the operating system shall
recognize the TSX FPP 20 card and its driver.
Note: When configuring the system, it is not necessary to restart the station.
How to configure
the operating
system
The following procedure describes how to configure the operating system:
Step
Action
1
Install and configure the driver.
2
Shutdown your machine.
3
Insert the PCMCIA card into its slot.
Result:
The system automatically detects the card and loads the driver.
Case in which
the driver does
not start
One possibility is that the default IRQ3 is busy, in which case another one must be
used:
Follow the steps below to detect an available IRQ:
Step
Action
1
In the taskbar, select "Start ->Run".
2
enter the command "Winmsd"
3
Select the tab "Resources", choose an available IRQ and confirm with OK.
4
Edit the DSCP114.REG file and modify the value of "InterruptNumber"
5
In the taskbar, select "Start ->Run", enter the command "DFPP20" and
confirm.
6
Restart your machine.
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44
TSX FPC 10 ISA card
5
At a Glance
Subject of this
Chapter
This chapter describes installation of the driver communicating in Fipway/Fipio
mode via the ISA TSX FPC 10 card and a remote device.
Driver installation consists of three steps:
z installation of files on the station,
z configuration of the driver,
z configuration of the operating system to recognize the driver.
What's in this
Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
How to install the driver
Page
46
Driver configuration screen for Windows NT
48
Driver configuration screen for Windows 98\2000\XP
50
Configuration of the operating system using the TSX FPC 10 card
51
How to select the hardware type for Windows 98
52
How to select the hardware type for Windows 2000\XP
55
How to configure hardware parameters for Windows 98
58
How to configure hardware parameters for Windows 2000\XP
60
How to adjust the ISA TSX FPC 10 card parameters
63
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TSX FPC 10 ISA card
How to install the driver
At a Glance
Driver installation is a standard installation. It can be launched either:
z from the drivers' CD-ROM,
z or from disks if the station has no CD-ROM drive.
Note: The installation disks are created from the CD-ROM.
How to create a
set of disks
Use the following procedure to create installation disks:
Step
Action
1
Use a station which has a CD-ROM drive.
2
Insert the CD-ROM into the drive.
3
Access the directory of the driver to be copied onto disk.
4
Copy the contents of the DISK1 directory onto a disk. Repeat this step for each
DISK directory.
Note: it is advisable to number the disks.
Preliminary
operations
Before installing the new driver, you must check that there is no previous version on
the station.
If a driver does exist, you must delete it before carrying out the new installation.
The previous version of the driver can be uninstalled using:
z Drivers Manager software,
z or the Control Panel → Add/Remove Programs.
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How to install the
driver
To install the driver, carry out the following procedure:
Start of installation
Installation by
CD-ROM?
No
Insert the 1st disk in the drive
Yes
Insert CD-ROM in CD-ROM drive
Appearance
of the file
INSTALL.HTM
?
No
Access the directory of the driver
to be installed corresponding to
the PC's operating system
Yes
Click on the link which corresponds
to the driver to be installed
Access the directory DISK1
Choose Run this program from
its current location then confirm
by clicking on OK
Double click on the file
SETUP.EXE
Choose Yes in the security warning
screen
Click on Next
Configure the driver then close the
configuration screen
Restart the computer
End of installation
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TSX FPC 10 ISA card
Driver configuration screen for Windows NT
At a Glance
The configuration tool is used to configure the driver in Fipway or Fipio mode to use
a ISA TSX FPC 10 card.
Illustration
The screen dedicated to the card driver looks like this:
FP
FP
Dfpway - Configuration FIP FPC SN
Fipway address
Driver instance
Save
Fipway mode
Network
0
Station
31
FIP01
FIP02
Read
By default
Fipio address
Fipio Mode
Fipio connection point
Description
48
0
This table describes the different areas and buttons which make up the configuration
screen:
Zone
Description
Fipway address
This area is used to define the network address of the station when the
driver is configured in Fipway mode.
Fipio address
This area is used to define the connection point number when the driver
is configured in Fipio mode.
Driver instance
This area is used to select the instance of the driver used (max. 2).
Save
Used to save the configuration of the driver that has just been entered.
Read
Used to read the configuration of the driver saved previously.
By default
Allows default automatic entry of the driver configuration.
TSX FPC 10 ISA card
Advanced
configuration
To access the advanced configuration screen use the commands
"File->Advanced Configuration" .
The following window is displayed:
Configuration FIP FPC SN - Advanced
I/O address
210h
DMA channel
Channel 5
Channel 6
Channel 7
Interrupt
IRQ 3
IRQ 5
Mode
OK
On
Off
Cancel
IRQ 10
IRQ 11
IRQ 15
By default
PRUC
0
World FIP
The following table describes the different areas and buttons in the window.
Zone
Description
I/O address
Used to choose the address in the storage area with which the driver
can find the Fipway FPC10 module. This address must be included
between 100h and 3F0h and be identical to the address configured in
the module.
DMA channel
Used to select the DMA resource shared by the driver and the module.
This information must be identical to that configured on the module.
Interrupt
Used to select the interrupt shared by the driver and the
communication module. This information must be identical to that
configured on the module.
Mode
Used to disable the driver by checking the "OFF" box. This is usually
the case for the second instance of the driver. (FIP02).
WorldFip
Allows use of frames in WorldFip profile A format whose CRC
calculation complies with the IECSC65C105 standard.
Cancel button
Used to return to the previous window.
By default button
Used to configure the different areas with default parameters.
OK button
Used to acknowledge the new configuration parameters.
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Driver configuration screen for Windows 98\2000\XP
At a Glance
The configuration tool is used to configure the driver in Fipway or Fipio mode to use
a ISA TSX FPC 10 card.
Illustration
The screen dedicated to the card driver looks like this:
TSXFPPC10 Configuration
Network Parameters
1
Network: 0
2
3
Station: 63
Network Type
Fipway
Fipway (World FIP)
Fipio
Fipio (WORLD FIP)
OK
Description
Apply
This table describes the different areas which make up the configuration screen:
Number
50
Cancel
Element
1
This field is used to set the network address.
2
This field is used to set the station address.
3
This window is used to select the type of Fipway or Fipio connection.
TSX FPC 10 ISA card
Configuration of the operating system using the TSX FPC 10 card
At a Glance
After the driver installation and configuration phase, the operating system shall
recognize the ISA TSX FPC 10 card and its driver.
Installation
principles
As this card is not automatically recognized by the operating system, the following
phases must be carried out:
Step
Action
1
Select the hardware type:
z for Windows 98 see How to select the hardware type for Windows 98, p. 52,
z for Windows 2000/XP see How to select the hardware type for Windows
2000\XP, p. 55,
z for Windows NT no operation is required.
2
Configure the parameters of the operating system to recognize the card:
z for Windows 98 see How to configure hardware parameters for Windows
98, p. 58,
z for Windows 2000/XP see How to configure hardware parameters for
Windows 2000\XP, p. 60,
z for Windows NT no operation is required.
3
Switch off the PC.
4
Adjust the card parameters (See How to adjust the ISA TSX FPC 10 card
parameters, p. 63):
z the standard I/O address,
z the IRQ interrupt address.
5
Connect the card to the ISA bus.
6
Turn the PC back on.
Result: the driver is operational.
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TSX FPC 10 ISA card
How to select the hardware type for Windows 98
Procedure
After having installed and configured the driver, carry out the following procedure to
select the hardware type.
Step
Action
1 In the initial window which is displayed, click on Next.
Result
The following window appears:
Add new hardware Assistant
?
Windows can now search for hardware that is
incompatible with Plug-and-Play, or you can select the
hardware from a list.
When Windows detects a new hardware, it automatically
determines the current parameters for the peripheral and
correctly installs the pilot. It is therefore strongly
recommended that you allow Windows to detect the new
hardware.
Do you wish for Windows to automatically detect any
new hardware?
Yes (recommended)
No, I wish to select the hardware from a list.
< Previous:
52
Next>
Cancel
TSX FPC 10 ISA card
Step
Action
2 Answer No to the question Do you want Windows to search for your new
hardware?
Result
The following window appears:
Add new hardware Assistant
Select the hardware type you wish to install.
Types of hardware:
Modem
Mouse
Multifunction adapter cards
Network cards
?? Other peripherals
PCMCIA extension
FPC10 Device
Ports (COM & LPT)
Printer
SCSI Controllers
< Previous:
Cancel
Next>
3 Select FPC10 Device from the list then click on Next.
4 Select FPC10 WDM Device from the list then click on Next.
Result
The operating system suggests the hardware parameters that you must adjust on the
card.
Add new hardware Assistant
Windows can install your hardware using the following parameters:
Warning: your hardware cannot be configured for use with the resources
listed. You may use the Peripherals Manager to adjust the parameters before
restarting your computer. Click successively on the Start, Parameters,
Control panel, System, and Peripherals Manager tabs. To modify the
hardware parameters, consult the hardware documentation supplied.
To continue installing the software needed by your hardware, click Next.
Type of resource
Input/output range
Interrupt Request (IRQ)
Parameter
Print...
0190-019F
10
< Previous:
Next>
Cancel
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Step
Action
5 Click on Next.
6 Answer No to the question Do you want to restart your computer now?
Result
The following window appears and the card is shown in the station's hardware
configuration.
System Properties
General
?
Peripherals Manager
Display peripherals by type
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
Hardware Profiles Performance
Display peripherals by connection
Computer
CD-ROM
Disk drives
Graphics cards
Disk controllers
Hard disk controllers
Keyboard
Screens
Mouse
Network cards
FPC10 Device
! FPC10 WDM Device
Ports (COM & LPT)
Sound, video and game controllers
System peripherals
USB bus controllers
Properties:
Refresh
Delete
Print...
OK
Cancel
7 Do you want to modify the parameters?
z If yes, go to the procedure: how to modify hardware parameters (See How to
configure hardware parameters for Windows 98, p. 58),
z If no, click on Ok then restart the station with the card.
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How to select the hardware type for Windows 2000\XP
Procedure
After having installed and configured the driver, carry out the following procedure to
select the hardware type.
Step
Action
1 In the initial window which is displayed, click on Next.
Result
The following window appears:
Add/Delete new hardware Assistant
Select a task for the hardware
What task do you wish to perform on the hardware?
Select the task you wish to perform for your hardware, then click on next.
Add/Troubleshoot a peripheral
Choose this option to add a new peripheral to your computer or if you have difficulty
operating an existing peripheral.
Uninstall/Disconnect a peripheral
Choose this option to uninstall a peripheral or to prepare your computer for the
disconnection of a peripheral.
< Previous
Next>
Cancel
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TSX FPC 10 ISA card
Step
Action
2 Select the option Add/Troubleshoot a peripheral then click Next.
Result
The following window appears:
Add/Delete new hardware Assistant
Selecting a hardware peripheral
What hardware peripheral do you wish to troubleshoot?
The following hardware is already installed on your computer. If you encounter
difficulty with one of these peripherals, select the peripheral and click Next.
If you try to add a peripheral and it doesn't appear below,
select Add a new peripheral, then click Next.
Peripherals
Add a new peripheral
COMPAQ 171 FS
Disk drive
COMPAQ CRD-8320B
WDC AC36400L
ES1869 Control Interface (WDM)
ES1869 Plug and Play Audio Drive (WDM)
< Previous
Next>
Cancel
3 Select the option Add a new peripheral then click Next.
4 Answer No to the question Do you want Windows to search for your new
hardware?
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Step
Action
5 Click on Next.
Result
The following window appears:
Add/Delete new hardware Assistant
Hardware type
Which hardware type do you wish to install?
Select the hardware type you wish to install.
Hardware types:
PCX57 Device
Port (COM & LPT)
Printers
SCSI and RAID controllers
Sound, video and game controllers
Systems peripherals
Tape drives
FPC10 Device
< Previous
Next >
Cancel
6 Select FPC10 Device from the list then click on Next.
7 Select FPC10 WDM Device from the list then click on Next.
Result: an information window appears.
8 A window informs the user that the hardware parameters of the card must be entered
by the user. Click on OK and go to the next procedure: how to configure hardware
parameters (See How to configure hardware parameters for Windows 2000\XP,
p. 60).
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How to configure hardware parameters for Windows 98
Procedure
When you want to modify the hardware parameters, carry out the following
procedure.
Step
Action
1 Click on Properties.
Result
The following window appears:
Properties of the peripheral PCX57 WDM
General Pilot
?
Resources
Peripheral PCX57 WDM
Use automatic parameters
Parameters based on: Standard configuration 0
Type of resource
Input/output range
Interrupt Request (IRQ)
Parameter
01A0-001AF
10
Modify the parameters...
List of peripheral in conflict:
No conflict.
OK
Cancel
2 Uncheck the box Use automatic settings.
3 Select Input/Output Range from the list.
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TSX FPC 10 ISA card
Step
Action
4 Click on Change settings.
Result
The following window appears:
Modify input/output range
?
Enter the input/output range you wish to define for this
peripheral.
You can either enter a specific range and the closest valid
range will be automatically selected, or select a range using
the indicator
arrows.
Value:
01A0-01AF
Information concerning conflicts
The parameter you have chosen is not in conflict with
other peripherals.
No peripherals in conflict.
OK
Cancel
5 From the Value list, select the non-conflicting address range.
Note: note the values because they must be coded onto the ISA card.
6 Confirm with OK.
7 Carry out steps 5 to 8 selecting Interrupt Request from the list.
8 Confirm with Ok then restart the station with the card connected.
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How to configure hardware parameters for Windows 2000\XP
Procedure
After having selected the hardware type, carry out the following procedure to
configure the parameters.
Step Action
1
Click on the Resources button.
2
Click on Manual Configuration.
Result
The following window appears:
Add new hardware Assistant Properties
?
Resources
?
FPC10 WDM Device
Resource parameters:
Type of Resource
Parameter
Input/output range
?
Interrupt Request (IRQ) ?
Parameters based on: Standard configuration 0000
Use the automatic parameters
List of peripherals in conflict:
Modify the parameters...
No conflict.
OK
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3
Uncheck the box Use automatic settings.
4
Select Input/Output Range from the list.
Cancel
TSX FPC 10 ISA card
Step Action
5
Click on Change settings.
Result
The following window appears:
Modify input/output range
?
Enter the input/output range you wish to define for this
peripheral.
You can either enter a specific range and the closest valid range
will be automatically selected, or select a range using the upper or
lower indicator arrows.
This resource is assigned to the following child peripherals:
Value:
0210-021F
Information concerning conflicts
The parameter you have chosen is not in conflict with other
peripherals.
No peripherals in conflict
OK
6
Cancel
From the Value list, select the non-conflicting address range.
Note: note the values because they must be coded onto the ISA card.
7
Confirm with OK.
Result: a confirmation window appears.
8
Confirm with Yes.
9
Carry out steps 4 to 8 selecting Interrupt Request from the list.
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TSX FPC 10 ISA card
Step Action
10
Accept the configuration with OK.
Result
The following window appears:
Add / Remove Hardware Wizard
End of Add/Delete hardware Assistant
The following hardware has been installed:
FPC10 WDM Device
Check the documentation of your hardware to know whether
you should configure the new hardware manually. To
operate the hardware you must restart the computer.
To display or modify the resources for this
peripheral, click Resources.
Resources
To close the Assistant, click on Finish.
<Back
11
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Finish
Click on Finish to confirm hardware configuration.
Cancel
TSX FPC 10 ISA card
How to adjust the ISA TSX FPC 10 card parameters
At a Glance
Before installing the TSX FPC 10 card, you must adjust the following parameters:
z the standard I/O address,
z the IRQ interrupt address.
Illustration
This card comprises the following elements:
1
Numbers and
elements
2
3
The following table describes the different parameters to be adjusted:
Number
Element
1
Jumpers (SW1) are used to select the DMA channel (Direct Memory Access)
(no object).
2
A jumper (SW2) is used to select the IRQ (Interrupt Request) level.
3
The micro-switches (SW3) are used to select the standard address of the card
in the I/O space.
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TSX FPC 10 ISA card
Procedure
To adjust the parameters, proceed in the following manner:
Step
Action
1 Set the IRQ interrupt jumper to comply with the address provided by the Windows 98
(See How to configure hardware parameters for Windows 98, p. 58) or 2000/XP (See
How to configure hardware parameters for Windows 2000\XP, p. 60) operating
systems.
2 Code the standard I/O address provided by the operating system Windows 98 (See
How to configure hardware parameters for Windows 98, p. 58) or 2000/XP (See How
to configure hardware parameters for Windows 2000\XP, p. 60) with the microswitches.
15
IRQ
11
10
5
The interrupt address provided by the system is 10:
3
Example of IRQ
selection
Note: The jumper must not be set in the IRQ position.
80
40
20
10
2
3
4
5
6
ON
1
64
100
The standard address provided by the system is equal to 210 in hexadecimal:
200
Example of
standard
address
selection
7
8
ETHWAY driver
IV
At a Glance
Subject of this
Part
This part describes how to install the drivers associated with ETHWAY
communication for Windows 2000\XP and Windows NT operating systems.
What's in this
Part?
This part contains the following chapters:
Chapter
6
Chapter Name
Installation
Page
67
65
ETHWAY driver
66
Installation
6
At a Glance
Subject of this
Chapter
This driver is used to communicate via an Ethernet card using the ETHWAY
protocol. Driver installation consists of two main steps:
z installation of files on the station,
z configuration of the driver.
What's in this
Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
How to install the driver for Windows 2000\XP
68
How to install the driver for Windows NT
71
Driver configuration tool
72
67
Installation
How to install the driver for Windows 2000\XP
At a Glance
The ETHWAY protocol is installed from:
z from the drivers' CD-ROM,
z or from disks if the station has no CD-ROM drive.
Note: The installation disks are created from the CD-ROM.
How to create a
set of disks
Use the following procedure to create installation disks:
Step
Action
1 Use a station which has a CD-ROM drive.
2 Insert the CD-ROM into the drive.
3 Access the directory of the driver to be copied onto disk.
4 Copy the contents of the DISK1 directory onto a disk. Repeat step for each DISK
directory.
Note: it is advisable to number the disks.
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Installation
How to install the
driver
The ETHWAY driver is installed in accordance with the following procedure:
Step
Action
1
Insert the CD-ROM or the first disk.
2
Access the Control Panel in Windows.
3
Double-click on the Network connections and Remote access icon.
4
Select the icon Local connection then by right-clicking select the command
Properties.
Result
The following window appears:
Local Area Connection Properties
?
General
Connect using:
3Com EtherLink XL PCI Combo NIC (3C900B-COMBO)
Configure
The selected components are used by this connection:
Client for Microsoft Networks
File and printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks
Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
Install...
Description
Uninstall
Properties
Enables you to access the resources on a Microsoft
network.
Display an icon in the Task bar once connected
OK
5
Cancel
Click on the Install button.
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Installation
Step
6
Action
In the Select Network Component Type window, select the type Protocol then click
on Add.
Result
The following window appears:
Selection of network protocol
Click on the network protocol you wish to install and then click on OK.
If you have an installation disk for this component, click on the Disk
supplied.
Manufacturers:
Microsoft
Schneider Corporation
Network protocol:
Network supervisor pilot
DLC Protocol
NetBEUI Protocol
Transport Protocol compatible with NWLink
IPX/OSI-LAN Protocol
Disk supplied...
OK
70
Cancel
7
Click on Have Disk.
8
Select the access path of the files to be installed from the CD-ROM or the disk using
the Browse button.
9
Click on Ok.
10
In this window select the ETHWAY Protocol then click on OK.
11
Select the ETHWAY protocol then click on Properties.
12
In the configuration screen (See Driver configuration tool, p. 72), configure the
protocol then click on OK.
13
Complete the installation by clicking on OK.
Installation
How to install the driver for Windows NT
At a Glance
The ETHWAY protocol is installed from:
z from the drivers' CD-ROM,
z or from disks if the station has no CD-ROM drive.
Note: The installation disks are created from the CD-ROM.
How to create a
set of disks
Use the following procedure to create installation disks:
Step
Action
1
Use a station which has a CD-ROM drive.
2
Insert the CD-ROM into the drive.
3
Access the directory of the driver to be copied onto disk.
4
Copy the contents of the DISK1 directory onto a disk. Repeat step for each DISK
directory.
Note: it is advisable to number the disks.
How to install the
driver
The ETHWAY driver is installed in accordance with the following procedure:
Step
Action
1
Insert the CD-ROM or the first disk.
2
Access the Control Panel in Windows.
3
Launch the Networks icon.
4
Select the Protocols tab and click on Add.
5
In the protocol selection window click on Have Disk...
6
Confirm your choice of diskette or CD-ROM and then choose ETHWAY Protocol.
The driver files are copied onto the PC.
7
Select the Links tab and check the link of the ETHWAY protocol with the Ethernet
card(s) installed on the PC. ETHWAY can be linked selectively to 1 or 2 Ethernet
cards.
8
Return to the Protocols tab, select ETHWAY Protocoland click on Properties.
9
Enter the ETHWAY Network-Station address in the Network and Station fields. If 2
Ethernet cards are installed on the PC, repeat this operation for each entry in the
Adapter name list.
10
Confirm the ETHWAY parameters, the network window, then restart the machine.
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Driver configuration tool
At a Glance
The configuration tool is used to configure the Ethernet card to communicate
according to the ETHWAY protocol.
Illustration
The card configuration screen looks like this:
ETHWAY Protocol Properties
?
ETHWAY -Parameters
1
Adapter Name
el3c5891
2
Export Name
ETHWAY01
3
4
5
6
Network
Station
0
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TE MAC Address
Acknowledgement (ms)
Retry Period
800
Buffers
Send
50
Receive
20
Filter Period
3000
Size
128
256
512
1024
Default
OK
72
Cancel
Installation
Description
This table describes the different areas which make up the configuration screen:
Number Element
1
This field is used to select the Ethernet card (useful if there are several Ethernet cards). This field cannot
be modified under Windows 2000\XP.
2
This field is used to select the ETHWAY driver instance. This field cannot be modified under Windows
2000\XP.
3
These windows are used to define the address {Network.Station} of the Ethernet card used.
4
This box is used to replace the Ethernet card’s MAC address with the SCHNEIDER MAC address (00 80
F4 Network Station).
5
This window is used to configure the reception acknowledgment by defining:
z the retransmission period between two frames if the remote device is not responding,
z the storage time of a frame originating from the remote device (useful for loaded networks).
Note: in general, storage time is three times the retransmission period.
6
This window is used to configure the transmission and reception buffer size in bytes.
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Installation
74
XIP driver on TCP/IP
V
At a Glance
Subject of this
Part
This part describes how to install the drivers associated with X-Way communication
on TCP/IP for Windows 98, Windows 2000\XP and Windows NT operating systems.
Note: The installation of this driver is the same on all operating systems installed.
What's in this
Part?
This part contains the following chapters:
Chapter
7
Chapter Name
Installation
Page
77
75
XIP driver on TCP/IP
76
Installation
7
At a Glance
Subject of this
Chapter
This driver is used to communicate via an Ethernet card using the X-Way protocol
on TCP/IP.
This chapter describes driver installation, which consists of two steps:
z installation of files on the station,
z configuration of the driver.
What's in this
Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
How to install the driver
78
Driver configuration screen
80
How to configure the driver
82
77
Installation
How to install the driver
At a Glance
Driver installation is a standard installation. It can be launched either:
z from the drivers' CD-ROM,
z or from disks if the station has no CD-ROM drive.
Note: The installation disks are created from the CD-ROM.
How to create a
set of disks
Use the following procedure to create installation disks:
Step
Action
1 Use a station which has a CD-ROM drive.
2 Insert the CD-ROM into the drive.
3 Access the directory of the driver to be copied onto disk.
4 Copy the contents of the DISK1 directory onto a disk. Repeat this step for each DISK
directory.
Note: it is advisable to number the disks.
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Installation
How to install the
driver
To install the driver, carry out the following procedure:
Start of installation
Installation by
CD-ROM?
No
Insert the 1st disk in the drive
Yes
Insert CD-ROM in CD-ROM drive
Appearance
of the file
INSTALL.HTM
?
No
Access the directory of the driver
to be installed corresponding to
the PC's operating system
Yes
Click on the link which corresponds
to the driver to be installed
Access the directory DISK1
Choose Run this program from
its current location then confirm
by clicking on OK
Double click on the file
SETUP.EXE
Choose Yes in the security warning
screen
Click on Next
Configure the driver then close the
configuration screen
Restart the computer
End of installation
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Installation
Driver configuration screen
At a Glance
The configuration tool is used to link a driver configuration profile to a remote device
that communicates with the station.
Illustration
The screen dedicated to the XIP driver looks like this:
1
2
Schneider Automation CNFXIP
Configuration Xip Test Help
Profile
Local connection
X-Way address:
XIP01
1 - 1
3
New connection
Station:
4
X-Way address:
DNS
station1-2
1 - 2
IP address: 84 - 0 - 1 - 2
Automatic presence control
5
Installed connections
station1-2
station2-*
station1-3
station PLC
001.002
002. *
001.003
000.001
084.000.001.002
084.000.001.002
084.000.001.003
139.160.065.100
Add
Update
Delete
Delete all
Save
7
80
Ready
6
Installation
Description
This table describes the different areas which make up the configuration screen:
Number
Element
1
All software functions can be accessed using this menu bar:
z Configuration: creation or deletion of a profile
z Xip: start, stop or reinitialize the driver
z Test: test request transmissions with options
z UNI-TE Mirror Request (to send and receive a series of characters to/from
a device supporting the UNI-TE protocol
z Ping: Standard ping to test for the presence of the station on the network.
z Help: information on the software
2
The profile used by the driver is selected from this list.
3
The X-Way address of the station is configured from this window.
4
The new connections with remote devices associated with the driver are set from
this window.
By checking the Automatic presence control option, you confirm a control of the
workstation on the network.
5
Existing connections with remote devices can be viewed via this list. Using the
character "*" allows you to make a multiple selection in the next screen 002. *
stands for all stations on network 2.
Note: If you wish to communicate with a station across one or more bridges, you
must not only indicate the address of the station but also that of the first bridge
crossed.
6
Connections can be added, removed or redefined with these buttons.
7
This status bar contains an operating indicator (driver stopped or started) with a
comment zone.
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Installation
How to configure the driver
At a Glance
During driver installation, a default configuration profile is proposed. You can modify
this profile or create a new one.
Note: If all the network connections are in use or if there are none on the station,
a profile cannot be created.
How to create a
new profile
From the driver configuration screen,
Step
1
Action
Select the menu Configuration → Create a profile.
Result
The following window appears:
Creation of a new XIP profile
XIP
XIP01
XIP/IP
OK
ADAPTER01(139.160.67.39)
Cancel
How to remove a
profile
2
From the TCP/IP drop-down menu, select the TCP/IP connection to the
network.
3
Click Ok .
From the driver configuration screen,
Step
1
82
Action
Select the menu Configuration → Delete a profile.
2
From the drop-down menu, select the profile to be removed.
3
Confirm deletion with Ok.
Installation
Example
The architecture below describes the addressing of stations on Ethernet and Fipway
networks:
Adresse X-Way {1.1}
Adresse IP 84.0.1.1
Station A
Ethernet (1)
Adresse X-Way {1.2}
Adresse IP 84.0.1.2
Station B**
Station C
Station D
Adresse X-Way {2.3}
Adresse X-Way {2.2}
Fipway (2)
**: station B is configured as a Router (Bridge) between the Ethernet (1) network and
the Fipway (2) network. This configuration is set up using Unity Pro.
Access to
stations
In order for station A to be able to access station B, enter for connection the X-Way
address {1.2} and the IP address 84.0.1.2.
In order for station A to be able to access station C, enter for connection the X-Way
address {2.2} and the IP address 84.0.1.2.
In order for station A to be able to access station D, enter the X-Way address {2.3}
and the IP address of the bridge 84.0.1.2.
To directly access all the stations on the Fipway (2) network from station A, enter
the X-Way address {2.*} and the IP address of the bridge 84.0.1.2.
Note: When creating a bridge connection, you must configure the X-Way address
of the recipient PLC by assigning it the IP address of the first bridge you cross.
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How to add a
connection
From the configuration screen:
Step
1
How to remove a
connection
How to modify a
connection
Action
In the New connection window, enter:
z the name of the remote station or bridge,
z the address of the remote station or bridge,
z the IP address of the remote station or bridge,
2
Click on the buttonAdd.
3
Click Save.
Note: the configuration is saved for the current profile.
From the configuration screen:
Step
Action
1
In the Connections installed window, select the name of the remote station
to be removed.
2
Click Delete.
3
Click Save.
Note: the configuration is saved for the current profile.
From the configuration screen:
Step
Action
1
In the Installed Connections window, select the name of the remote station
to be modified.
2
In the New connection window, modify:
z the name of the remote station or bridge,
z the address of the remote station or bridge,
z the IP address of the remote station or bridge,
3
Click Update.
4
Click Save.
Note: the configuration is saved for the current profile.
XIP Instances
84
Once installed, configure the XIP driver and reboot the computer. All XIP profile
instances are initialized.
For each XIP profile configured a corresponding icon appears in the task bar.
Drivers for Atrium Processors
VI
At a Glance
Subject of this
Part
This part describes how to install the drivers associated with the TPCX 57 and
TSX PCI 57 processors for operating systems.
These drivers are:
z the ISAWAY driver for the TPCX 57 processors,
z the PCIWAY driver for the TSX PCI 57 processors.
What's in this
Part?
This part contains the following chapters:
Chapter
Chapter Name
8
ISAWAY driver for TPCX 57 processors
9
PCIWAY driver for TSX PCI 57 xxx processors
Page
87
111
85
Drivers for Atrium Processors
86
ISAWAY driver for TPCX 57
processors
8
At a Glance
Subject of this
Chapter
This driver makes it possible to use the TPCX 57 processor on the ISA bus.
Driver installation consists of two steps:
z installation of files on the station,
z configuration of the operating system so that it is recognized.
What's in this
Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
How to install the driver
88
Configuration of the ISAWAY driver for Windows NT
90
Configuration of ISAWAY driver for Windows 98\2000\XP
95
Configuration of the operating system
96
How to select the hardware type for Windows 98
How to select the hardware type for Windows 2000\XP
97
100
How to configure hardware parameters for Windows 98
103
How to configure hardware parameters for Windows 2000\XP
105
How to adjust the ISA TPCX 57 card parameters
108
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ISAWAY driver
How to install the driver
At a Glance
Driver installation is a standard installation. It can be launched either:
z from the drivers' CD-ROM,
z or from disks if the station has no CD-ROM drive.
Note: The installation disks are created from the CD-ROM.
How to create a
set of disks
Preliminary
operations
Use the following procedure to create installation disks:
Step
Action
1
Use a station which has a CD-ROM drive.
2
Insert the CD-ROM into the drive.
3
Access the directory of the driver to be copied onto disk.
4
Copy the contents of the DISK1 directory onto a disk. Repeat this step for each DISK
directory.
Note: it is advisable to number the disks.
Before installing the new driver, you must check that there is no previous version of
Windows NT4 on the station.
If a driver does exist, you must delete it before carrying out the new installation.
A previous version can be uninstalled using:
z Drivers Manager software,
z or the Control Panel → Add/Remove Programs.
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ISAWAY driver
How to install the
driver
To install the driver, carry out the following procedure:
Start of installation
Installation by
CD-ROM?
No
Insert the 1st disk in the drive
Yes
Insert CD-ROM in CD-ROM drive
Appearance
of the file
INSTALL.HTM
?
No
Access the directory of the driver
to be installed corresponding to
the PC's operating system
Yes
Click on the link which corresponds
to the driver to be installed
Access the directory DISK1
Choose Run this program from
its current location then confirm
by clicking on OK
Double click on the file
SETUP.EXE
Choose Yes in the security warning
screen
Click on Next
Configure the driver then close the
configuration screen
Restart the computer
End of installation
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Configuration of the ISAWAY driver for Windows NT
Access to the
configuration
tool
The configuration tool can be accessed from the taskbar
"Start->Programs-> Schneider Electric->Drivers Manager ".
Select the tab "PCX57 Driver" to display the following window:
Management properties of SCHNEIDER drivers
DRIVERS Manager
PCX57 Driver
UNITELWAY Driver
FPC10 Driver
SCP114 Driver
XIP Driver
MODBUS SERIAL Driver
MODBUS Test
XWAY Test
Driver PCX57 ISAWAY V1.4 IE05
Copyright © 1997-1999 Schneider Automation S.A.
PCX
Status driver 1: Non operational
Status driver 2: Non operational
Setting Up
OK
This window shows information on the version and STATUS of the driver installed.
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Driver
configuration
Press the Configuration button to display the following window:
PCX
PCX57 Configuration
Devices
Driver
List of PCX57 card configured:
[1] PCX57 Card
Add...
OK
Remove
Cancel
Properties
Apply
The table below describes the different commands in the tab "Devices" :
Button
Action
Add...
Allows a T PCX 57 processor card with default parameters (IRQ =10, base
address I/O=H’220’, timer=500ms, buffer size=256 bytes) to be added to the
PC.
The maximum number of cards is 2.
Remove
Allows a selected T PCX 57 processor card to be deleted.
Properties
Allows the properties of a processor card to be defined, see: Properties, p. 92.
Apply
Allows configuration parameters to be applied; the tool saves the parameters,
then reinitializes the driver.
Cancel
Allows the user to exit without acknowledging the modified parameters.
OK
Allows the user to exit while acknowledging the modified parameters.
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Click the tab "Driver" to display the following window:
PCX
PCX57 Configuration
Driver
Devices
Driver Information
Manufacturer:
Schneider Automation
Version:
V1.4 IE05
Current Files:
DISAWAY
Driver Status
The driver is stopped
OK
Cancel
Apply
This window displays general information on the driver
Properties
Press the Properties button to display the following window:
[2] PCX57 Configuration
Hardware
Datagram
I/O Base
0x0220
Timer (ms)
500
IRQ Level
IRQ3
IRQ5
IRQ10
IRQ11
IRQ15
Default
OK
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Cancel
ISAWAY driver
The table below describes the different areas:
Area
Description
I/O Base
This is the address of the PCX57 card in hexadecimal, which
should correspond to the address configured on the processor
card.
Timer(ms)
Represents the watchdog refreshment period, which is updated
by the driver.
Default
Displays the default configuration of the card (IRQ=10, I/O
Base=H’220’, Timer=500ms).
Cancel
Cancels a modification, and returns to the previous screen.
OK
Validates the configuration; the parameters displayed are stored
and the previous screen is displayed.
Click the Datagram tab to display the following window:
[2] PCX57 Configuration
Hardware
Datagram
Input/Output Buffers
Size (bytes)
256 Bytes
Default
OK
Cancel
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The table below describes the different areas:
94
Area
Description
Input/Output
buffer
Allows the size of the buffers for the interface between the
PCX57 card and the driver to be configured. The size may be set
at between 160 and 256 bytes.
Default
Allows default selection of the card (256 bytes)
Cancel
Cancels a modification, and returns to the previous screen.
OK
Validates the configuration; the parameters displayed are stored
and the previous screen is displayed.
ISAWAY driver
Configuration of ISAWAY driver for Windows 98\2000\XP
At a Glance
The management tool tab is as follows:
Management properties of XWAY drivers
DRIVERS Manager
UNITELWAY Driver
XIP Driver
PCX57 Driver
FPC10 Driver FPP20 Driver
XWayTest
PCX57 Driver
PCX57 Driver V1.1 IE06
Copyright © 1998-1999 Schneider Automation S.A.
FPW
FPW
Driver 1 state: Non operational
[1] PCX57 Properties
Driver 2 state: Non operational
[2] PCX57 Properties
PCX57 Device Manager
Hardware Wizard Use Hardware Wizard to add or remove a
PCX57 card.
Device Manager Use Device Manager to
modify the hardware configuration of PCX57
cards.
OK
Elements
The Properties button is used to access the driver configuration screen for card 1
and card 2 respectively.
The Hardware Wizard button is used to add or remove an ISA TPCX 57 card using
the Add/Remove Hardware Wizard.
Note: a maximum of two cards can be connected.
The Device Manager button activates the System Properties window and is used
to view or modify the card hardware parameters.
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ISAWAY driver
Configuration of the operating system
At a Glance
After the driver installation and configuration phase, the operating system shall
recognize the TPCX 57 card and its driver.
Installation
principles
As this card is not automatically recognized by the operating system, the following
phases must be carried out:
Step
Action
1 Select the hardware type:
z for Windows 98 see How to select the hardware type for Windows 98, p. 97,
z for Windows 2000 see How to select the hardware type for Windows 2000\XP,
p. 100,
z for Windows NT no operation is required.
2 Configure the parameters of the operating system to recognize the card:
z for Windows 98 see How to configure hardware parameters for Windows 98,
p. 103,
z for Windows 2000 see How to configure hardware parameters for Windows
2000\XP, p. 105,
z for Windows NT no operation is required.
3 Switch off the station.
4 Adjust the card parameters: See How to adjust the ISA TPCX 57 card parameters,
p. 108.
z the standard I/O address,
z the IRQ interrupt address.
5 Connect the card to the ISA bus.
6 Turn the station back on.
Result: the driver is operational.
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How to select the hardware type for Windows 98
Procedure
After having installed and configured the driver, carry out the following procedure to
select the hardware type.
Step
Action
1
In the initial window which is displayed, click on Next.
Result
The following window appears:
Add new hardware Assistant
?
Windows can now search for hardware that is
incompatible with Plug-and-Play, or you can select the
hardware from a list.
When Windows detects a new hardware, it automatically
determines the current parameters for the peripheral and
correctly installs the pilot. It is therefore strongly
recommended that you allow Windows to detect the new
hardware.
Do you wish for Windows to automatically detect any
new hardware?
Yes (recommended)
No, I wish to select the hardware from a list.
< Previous:
Next>
Cancel
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Step
Action
2
Answer No to the question Do you want Windows to search for your new
hardware?
Result
The following window appears:
Add new hardware Assistant
Select the hardware type you wish to install.
Types of hardware:
Modem
Mouse
Multifunction adapter cards
Network cards
?? Other peripherals
PCMCIA extension
PCX57 Device
Ports (COM & LPT)
Printer
SCSI Controllers
< Previous:
Next>
3
Select PCX57 Device from the list then click on Next.
4
Select PCX57 WDM Device from the list then click on Next.
Cancel
Result
The operating system suggests the hardware parameters that you must configure on
the card.
Add new hardware Assistant
Windows can install your hardware using the following parameters:
Warning: your hardware cannot be configured for use with the resources
listed. You may use the Peripherals Manager to adjust the parameters before
restarting your computer. Click successively on the Start, Parameters,
Control panel, System, and Peripherals Manager tabs. To modify the
hardware parameters, consult the hardware documentation supplied.
To continue installing the software needed by your hardware, click Next.
Type of resource
Input/output range
Interrupt Request (IRQ)
Parameter
< Previous:
98
Print...
0190-019F
10
Next>
Cancel
ISAWAY driver
Step
Action
5
Click on Next.
6
Answer No to the question Do you want to restart your computer now?
Result
The following window appears and the card is shown in the station's hardware
configuration.
System Properties
General
?
Peripherals Manager
Display peripherals by type
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
Hardware Profiles Performance
Display peripherals by connection
Computer
CD-ROM
Disk drives
Graphics cards
Disk controllers
Hard disk controllers
Keyboard
Screens
Mouse
Network cards
FPC10 Device
! PCX57 WDM Device
Ports (COM & LPT)
Sound, video and game controllers
System peripherals
USB bus controllers
Properties:
Refresh
Delete
Print...
OK
7
Cancel
Do you want to modify the parameters?
z If yes, go to the procedure: how to modify hardware parameters (See How to
configure hardware parameters for Windows 98, p. 103),
z If no, click on OK then restart the station with the card connected.
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How to select the hardware type for Windows 2000\XP
Procedure
After having installed and configured the driver, carry out the following procedure to
select the hardware type.
Step Action
1
In the initial window which is displayed, click on Next.
Result
The following window appears:
Add/Delete new hardware Assistant
Select a task for the hardware
What task do you wish to perform on the hardware?
Select the task you wish to perform for your hardware, then click on next.
Add/Troubleshoot a peripheral
Choose this option to add a new peripheral to your computer or if you have difficulty
operating an existing peripheral.
Uninstall/Disconnect a peripheral
Choose this option to uninstall a peripheral or to prepare your computer for the
disconnection of a peripheral.
< Previous
100
Next>
Cancel
ISAWAY driver
Step Action
2
Select the option Add/Troubleshoot a peripheral then click Next.
Result
The following window appears:
Add/Delete new hardware Assistant
Selecting a hardware peripheral
What hardware peripheral do you wish to troubleshoot?
The following hardware is already installed on your computer. If you encounter
difficulty with one of these peripherals, select the peripheral and click Next.
If you try to add a peripheral and it doesn't appear below,
select Add a new peripheral, then click Next.
Peripherals
Add a new peripheral
COMPAQ 171 FS
Disk drive
COMPAQ CRD-8320B
WDC AC36400L
ES1869 Control Interface (WDM)
ES1869 Plug and Play Audio Drive (WDM)
< Previous
Next>
Cancel
3
Select the option Add a new peripheral. Then click on Next.
4
Answer No to the question Do you want Windows to search for your new
hardware?
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Step Action
5
Click on Next.
Result
The following window appears:
Add/Delete new hardware Assistant
Hardware type
Which hardware type do you wish to install?
Select the hardware type you wish to install.
Hardware types:
PCX57 Device
Port (COM & LPT)
Printers
SCSI and RAID controllers
Sound, video and game controllers
Systems peripherals
Tape drives
FPC10 Device
< Previous
102
Next >
Cancel
6
Select PCX57 Device from the list then click on Next.
7
Select PCX57 WDM Device from the list then click on Next.
8
Go to the next procedure: how to configure hardware parameters (See How to
configure hardware parameters for Windows 2000\XP, p. 105).
ISAWAY driver
How to configure hardware parameters for Windows 98
Procedure
When you want to modify the hardware parameters, carry out the following
procedure.
Step
Action
1 Click on Properties.
Result
The following window appears:
PCX57 WDM Device Properties
?
General Driver Resources
PCX57 WDM Device
Use automatic settings
Settings based on:
Basic configuration 0
Resource type
Input/Output Range
Interrupt Request
Setting
01A0-001AF
10
Change Setting...
Conflicting device list:
No conflicts.
OK
Cancel
2 Uncheck the box Use automatic settings.
3 Select Input/Output Range from the list.
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Step
Action
4 Click on Change Settings.
Result
The following window appears:
To modify Input/Output Range
?
Enter the Input/Output range that you wish to configure for
this device.
You can either enter a specific range and the closest valid
range will be automatically selected, or select a range using
the arrow keys.
Value:
01A0-001AF
Conflict information
The setting you have chosen does not conflict with
any other devices.
No devices are conflicting.
OK
Cancel
5 From the Value list, select the non-conflicting address range.
Note: note the values because they must be coded onto the ISA card.
6 Confirm using the Ok button.
7 Carry out steps 5 to 8 selecting Interrupt Request from the list.
8 Confirm with OK then restart the station with the card connected.
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How to configure hardware parameters for Windows 2000\XP
Procedure
After having selected the hardware type, carry out the following procedure to
configure the parameters.
Step
Action
1 Click on the Resources button.
2 Click on Manual Configuration.
Result
The following window appears:
Add new hardware Assistant Properties
?
Resources
?
FPCX57 WDM Device
Resource parameters:
Type of Resource
Input/output range
Interrupt Request (IRQ)
Parameter
?
?
Parameters based on: Standard configuration 0000
Use the automatic parameters
List of peripherals in conflict:
Modify the parameters...
No conflict.
OK
Cancel
3 Uncheck the box Use automatic settings.
4 Select Input/Output Range from the list.
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Step
Action
5 Click on Change settings.
Result
The following window appears:
Modify input/output range
?
Enter the input/output range you wish to define for this
peripheral.
You can either enter a specific range and the closest valid range
will be automatically selected, or select a range using the upper or
lower indicator arrows.
This resource is assigned to the following child peripherals:
Value:
0250-025F
Information concerning conflicts
The parameter you have chosen is not in conflict with other
peripherals.
No peripherals in conflict
OK
Cancel
6 From the Value list, select the non-conflicting address range.
Note: note the values because they must be coded onto the ISA card.
7 Confirm with OK.
Result: a confirmation window appears.
8 Confirm with Yes.
9 Carry out steps 4 to 8 selecting Interrupt Request from the list.
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Step
Action
10 Accept the configuration with OK.
Result
The following window appears:
Add / Remove Hardware Wizard
End of Add/Delete hardware Assistant
The following hardware has been installed:
FPCX57 WDM Device
Check the documentation of your hardware to know whether
you should configure the new hardware manually. To
operate the hardware you must restart the computer.
To display or modify the resources for this
peripheral, click Resources.
Resources
To close the Assistant, click on Finish.
<Back
Finish
Cancel
11 Click on Finish to confirm hardware configuration.
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How to adjust the ISA TPCX 57 card parameters
At a Glance
Before installing the TPCX 57 card, you must adjust the following parameters:
z the rack number and the processor position,
z the standard I/O address,
z the IRQ interrupt address.
Illustration
This card comprises the following elements:
1
2
3
4
Numbers and
elements
108
The following table describes the different parameters to be adjusted:
Number
Element
1
The processor’s rack position can be coded with the micro-switches.
2
The address of the rack which contains the processor can be coded with the
micro-switches.
3
The standard address of the processor can be coded on the ISA bus with the
micro-switches.
4
The IRQ (Interrupt Request) level can be coded with the micro-switches.
ISAWAY driver
Procedure
To adjust the parameters, proceed in the following manner:
Step
Action
1 Code the number of the rack which contains the processor.
2 Code the processor position.
3 Code the standard I/O address provided by the operating system with the microswitches.
4 Code the interrupt level provided by the operating system with the micro-switches.
The standard address provided by the system is equal to 250 in hexadecimal:
0
1
9
7
6
5
4
3
5
10
11
The interrupt address provided by the system is 10:
IRQ
Example of IRQ
selection
8
15
Example of
standard
address
selection
Note: The jumper must not be set in the IRQ position.
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110
PCIWAY driver for TSX PCI 57 xxx
processors
9
At a Glance
Subject of this
Chapter
This driver makes it possible to use TSX PCI 57 ••• processors on the PCI bus
Driver installation consists of two steps:
z installation of files on the station,
z configuration of the operating system so that it is recognized.
What's in this
Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
How to install the driver
112
Configuring the PCIWAY driver for Windows 2000\XP
114
How to Adjust the Parameters of the TSX PCI 57 xxx Card
116
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How to install the driver
At a Glance
Driver installation is a standard installation. It can be launched either:
z from the drivers' CD-ROM,
z or from disks if the station has no CD-ROM drive.
Note: The installation disks are created from the CD-ROM.
How to create a
set of disks
Preliminary
operations
112
Use the following procedure to create installation disks:
Step
Action
1
Use a station which has a CD-ROM drive.
2
Insert the CD-ROM into the drive.
3
Access the directory of the driver to be copied onto disk.
4
Copy the contents of the DISK1 directory onto a disk. Repeat this step for each DISK
directory.
Note: it is advisable to number the disks.
You must have administrator access rights for the machine in order to install the
driver.
PCIWAY driver
How to install the
driver
To install the driver, carry out the following procedure:
Start of installation
Installation by
CD-ROM?
No
Insert the 1st disk in the drive
Yes
Insert CD-ROM in CD-ROM drive
Appearance
of the file
INSTALL.HTM
?
No
Access the directory of the driver
to be installed corresponding to
the PC's operating system
Yes
Click on the link which corresponds
to the driver to be installed
Access the directory DISK1
Choose Run this program from
its current location then confirm
by clicking on OK
Double click on the file
SETUP.EXE
Choose Yes in the security warning
screen
Click on Next
Configure the driver then close the
configuration screen
Restart the computer
End of installation
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Configuring the PCIWAY driver for Windows 2000\XP
Access to the
configuration
tool
The configuration tool can be accessed from the taskbar "Start->Programs->
Schneider Electric->Drivers Manager ".
Select the PCI 57 Driver tab to display the following window:
Properties Management of SCHNEIDER drivers
PCX57 Driver
FPC10 Driver
XIP Driver
MODBUS Test
DRIVERS Manager
PLC USB Driver
UNITELWAY Driver
Driver PCI 57 V1.0 IE 01
Copyright © 2002 Schneider Automation S.A.
Status driver 1: Running
[1] PCI Properties
Status driver 2: Non operational
[2] PCI Properties
X-Way Test
PCI 57 Driver
PCI
OK
This window shows information on the version and STATUS of the driver installed.
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Properties
Press the PCI Properties button to display the following window:
[1] PCI 57
Watchdog period: 500
Input/Output Buffer Sizes:
OK
256
ms
Bytes
Cancel
The table below describes the different areas:
Area
Description
Input/Output Buffer
Sizes
Allows the size of the buffers for the interface between the TSX
PCI 57 card and the driver to be configured. The size may be set
at between 160 and 256 bytes.
Watchdog period
Represents the refresh period of the watchdog.
Cancel
Cancels a modification, and returns to the previous screen.
OK
Validates the configuration; the parameters displayed are stored
and the previous screen is displayed.
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How to Adjust the Parameters of the TSX PCI 57 xxx Card
At a Glance
Before installing the TSX PCI 57 ••• card, you must:
z install the PCI 57 driver,
z code the rack number on the X Bus,
z code the position of the processor in the rack.
Note: TSX PCI 57 ••• cards are all "plug and play" meaning that once you have
installed the driver you can simply insert the card in its slot and it will be
automatically detected when the computer is next powered up.
Note: A maximum of two TSX PCI 57 ••• cards can be connected.
Illustration
This card comprises the following elements:
1
2
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Numbers and
Elements
Procedure
The following table describes the different parameters to be adjusted:
Number
Element
1
The address of the rack on the X Bus can be coded with the micro-switches.
2
The processor’s rack position can be coded with the micro-switches.
To adjust the parameters, proceed in the following manner:
Step
Action
1
Code the number of the rack on the X-Bus.
2
Code the position of the processor in the rack.
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Modbus driver
VII
At a Glance
Subject of this
Part
This part describes how to install the Modbus driver for the Windows 98, Windows
2000\XP and Windows NT operating systems.
What's in this
Part?
This part contains the following chapters:
Chapter
10
Chapter Name
Installation
Page
121
119
Modbus driver
120
Installation
10
At a Glance
Subject of this
Chapter
This chapter describes Modbus driver installation. This installation procedure can be
broken down into two steps:
z installation of files on the station,
z configuration of the driver.
What's in this
Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
How to install the driver
122
Configuration of the Modbus Driver for Windows 98\2000\XP and NT
124
Driver configuration screen
125
Driver Control Screen
127
Driver Debug Screen
129
Information Screen
130
121
Installation
How to install the driver
At a Glance
Driver installation is a standard installation. It can be launched either:
z from the drivers' CD-ROM,
z or from disks if the station has no CD-ROM drive.
Note: The installation disks are created from the CD-ROM.
How to create a
set of disks
122
Use the following procedure to create installation disks:
Step
Action
1
Use a station which has a CD-ROM drive.
2
Insert the CD-ROM into the drive.
3
Access the directory of the driver to be copied onto disk.
4
Copy the contents of the DISK1 directory onto a disk. Repeat this step for each
DISK directory.
Note: it is advisable to number the disks.
Installation
How to install the
driver
To install the driver, carry out the following procedure:
Start of installation
Installation by
CD-ROM?
No
Insert the 1st disk in the drive
Yes
Insert CD-ROM in CD-ROM drive
Appearance
of the file
INSTALL.HTM
?
No
Access the directory of the driver
to be installed corresponding to
the PC's operating system
Yes
Click on the link which corresponds
to the driver to be installed
Access the directory DISK1
Choose Run this program from
its current location then confirm
by clicking on OK
Double click on the file
SETUP.EXE
Choose Yes in the security warning
screen
Click on Next
Configure the driver then close the
configuration screen
Restart the computer
End of installation
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Configuration of the Modbus Driver for Windows 98\2000\XP and NT
Access to the
Configuration
Tool
The configuration tool can be accessed from the taskbar "Start->Settings->
Control Panel->Drivers Manager ".
Select the tab "MODBUS SERIAL Driver" to display the following window:
Management properties of SCHNEIDER drivers
DRIVERS Manager
UNITELWAY Driver
MODBUS SERIAL Driver FPC10 Driver
SCP114 Driver
XIP Driver
MODBUS Driver V1.4 IE17
PCX57 Driver
MODBUS Test
XWAY Test
MODBUS
Copyright © 2002-04 Schneider Automation SAS
Number of Active drivers: 2
Status driver 1:
Operational
[1] Configuration
Status driver 2:
Operational
[2] Configuration
Status driver 3:
Non operational
[3] Configuration
Status driver 4:
Non operational
[4] Configuration
OK
This window enables you to:
z display the driver version installed,
z select the number of drivers to activate,
z display the status of each driver,
z access the configuration (See Driver configuration screen, p. 125) of each driver.
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Driver configuration screen
At a Glance
The configuration tool is not outside the driver, but constitutes an embedded graphic
interface in the driver.
This graphic interface is accessible from the Windows workstation
"Start ->Settings -> Control Panel ->Drivers Manager->Modbus Serial Driver.
Then select one of the four drivers.
Illustration
The configuration screen dedicated to the Modbus driver looks like this:
FP
FPW
Modbus Driver - Modbus01
Configuration
Runtime
Debug
About
Serial Port
Use Modem
COM Port
COM 1
Baud Rate 9600
Stop Bits
Flow ctrl None
Parity
1 Bit
Even Odd
None
Global TimeOut
2 Bits
Mode (Data Bits)
RTU (8 bits)
3000 ms
Inter-Chart TimeOut
Automatic
ASCII (7 bits)
18
ms
Phone Number
Apply
Undo
Default
OK
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Description
Modbus
Instances
126
This table describes the different areas which make up the configuration screen:
Area
Element
Serial Port
If the Use Modem box is checked the list of all the modems configured on
the PC is displayed in the Modem area.
COM Port or Modem: provides a choice for the communication port to be
used, by default COM1 or the modem to be used.
Baud rate: provides a choice for transmission speed between 300 and
19200bits/second, by default 9600b/s.
Flow ctrl: selects the flow control of the serial port (except for modem
communication).
Stop bits
Allows entry of the number of stop bits used for communication, by default
1 stop bit.
Parity
Is used to set whether a parity bit is added or not, as well as its type, such
as:
z Even , for even parity (default selection),
z Odd , for odd parity,
z None , for no parity bit
Global TimeOut
Allows Reception Time-Out to be defined (in milliseconds) while the driver
is waiting for the response from the polled Modbus slave.
Inter-Char
TimeOut
Allows quiet time to be defined (in milliseconds), permitting detection of a
Modbus end delimiter.
If the Automatic box is checked, the value is automatically calculated
according to speed (Baud Rate).
Mode (Data Bits)
RTU : the characters are coded on 8 bits in binary.
This mode is the default mode.
ASCII: the characters are coded on 7 bits in ASCII.
Phone number
Number to dial when the communication port is connected to a modem.
Apply button
Saves the configuration.
Undo button
Allows the latest modifications not to be acknowledged.
Default button
Allows parameters to be set for the different fields with default values.
OK button
Allows configuration parameters to be acknowledged, and represents the
window by an icon.
Once installed, configure the Modbus driver and reboot the computer. All Modbus
instances that are activated in the driver manager are initialized.
For each Modbus instance configured a corresponding icon appears in the task bar.
Installation
Driver Control Screen
At a Glance
This screen is used to view information concerning driver operation.
The refreshment period for this information is defined in a driver screen. See Driver
Debug Screen, p. 129.
Illustration
The control screen dedicated to the Modbus driver looks like this:
Modbus Driver - Modbus01
Configuration
Runtime
Debug
About
Communication
Mode RTU
Connections
0
Frames Sent
0
Bytes Sent
0
Frames Received
0
Bytes Received
0
Number of Timeout
0
Checksum Errors
0
Reset
OK
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Description
This table describes the different information concerning driver operation:
Element
Description
Mode
Displays the driver operating mode:
z RTU Mode,
z ASCII Mode.
Connections
Contains the number of clients using the driver
Frames Sent
Contains the number of frames sent since the last Reset.
Bytes Sent
Contains the number of bytes sent since the last Reset.
Frames Received
Contains the number of frames received since the last Reset.
Bytes Received
Contains the number of bytes received since the last Reset.
Number of TimeOut Contains the number of Time-Outs reached; the value is defined in the
"Global Delay" configuration screen.
128
Checksum Errors
Contains the number of checksum errors detected.
Reset
This button is used to reset the different counters in the control screen
to 0.
OK
This button allows the window to be represented as an icon.
Installation
Driver Debug Screen
At a Glance
This screen is used to deactivate the saving of certain operations carried out by the
communication driver in a trace file.
Illustration
The debug screen dedicated to the Modbus driver looks like this:
Modbus Driver - Modbus01
Configuration
Runtime
Debug
About
Refresh Period
(slowest) 1 s
0 s (fastest
Log File
D:\SNAPSHOTVIEWS\FPUI0...
Browse
Empty
Full
Start Log
Thread Priority
Low
High
OK
Description
This table describes the different areas which make up the debug screen:
Area
Description
Refresh Period
Allows the screen refreshing period for the driver control screen to be
defined within a range of 0s to 1s.
Log File
This area contains:
z the description of the path where the trace file has been saved,
z a bar graph showing the fill level of the trace file.
z a button to start or stop saving in the trace file.
Thread Priority
Adjusts the priority of the driver with regard to other tasks executed in
Windows.
The default setting is "Low" .
OK
This button allows the window to be represented as an icon.
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Information Screen
At a Glance
This screen provides general information on the communication driver and on the
operating system installed.
Illustration
The screen dedicated to the Modbus driver looks like this:
Modbus Driver - Modbus01
Configuration
Runtime
Debug
About
Modbus Driver Info
Modbus
WIN 32 Modbus Serial Driver
Release Version 1.0 (IE02 - Build 6)
Copyright© 2001-02 Schneider Automation
System Info
WINDOWS NT V5.0 (Build 2195)
Extended Info : Service Pack 2
WINDOWS Sockets V1.1 (V2.2 detected)
OK
Description
This table describes the different areas which make up the information screen:
Area
Element
Modbus Driver Info
This area contains:
z the driver version,
z the Schneider Electric Copyright.
System Info
This area contains:
z the Windows operating system version,
z additional information,
z the Winsock interface version.
OK
130
This button allows the window to be represented as an icon.
USB driver
VIII
At a Glance
Subject of this
Part
This part describes how to install the USB driver for the Windows 2000\XP operating
systems.
What's in this
Part?
This part contains the following chapters:
Chapter
11
Chapter Name
Installation
Page
133
131
USB driver
132
Installation
11
At a Glance
Subject of this
Chapter
This chapter describes USB driver installation. This installation procedure can be
broken down into two steps:
z installation of files on the station,
z configuration of the driver.
What's in this
Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
How to install the driver
134
Configuration screens for Windows 2000\XP
137
State of the USB link
139
133
Installation
How to install the driver
At a Glance
Driver installation is a standard installation. It can be launched either:
z from the drivers' CD-ROM,
z or from disks if the station has no CD-ROM drive.
Note: The installation disks are created from the CD-ROM.
How to create a
set of disks
Use the following procedure to create installation disks:
Step
Action
1 Use a station which has a CD-ROM drive.
2 Insert the CD-ROM into the drive.
3 Access the directory of the driver to be copied onto disk.
4 Copy the contents of the DISK1 directory onto a disk. Repeat this step for each DISK
directory.
Note: it is advisable to number the disks.
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Checks
When using Windows 2000\XP, you must check whether it is possible to install
unsigned drivers on the station.
To do this, perform the following actions:
Step Action
1
Right-click on My Computer and select "Properties".
2
In the "System Properties" window, select the "Hardware" tab.
3
Press "Driver Signing Options...".
The following window is displayed:
Pilot signature option
?
To ensure their authenticity, all files of the Windows 2000 CD-ROM are
protected by a digital signature and automatically checked during the installation
process.
When you install a new software, the following verification parameters
will be used
Verification of file signatures
Ignore: installs all files, regardless of their signatures
Warn: displays a warning message before installing an unsigned file
Forbid: prevents the installation of unsigned files
Administrator option
Define parameters as default parameters
OK
4
Cancel
Select "Warn - Display...", then confirm by clicking OK.
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How to install the
driver
Before starting the installation, check that the USB cable is not connected to the
PLC.
To install the driver, carry out the following procedure:
Start of installation
Installation by
CD-ROM?
No
Insert the 1st disk in the drive
Yes
Insert CD-ROM in CD-ROM drive
Appearance
of the file
INSTALL.HTM
?
No
Access the directory of the driver
to be installed corresponding to
the PC's operating system
Yes
Click on the link which corresponds
to the driver to be installed
Access the directory DISK1
Choose Run this program from
its current location then confirm
by clicking on OK
Double click on the file
SETUP.EXE
Choose Yes in the security warning
screen
Click on Next
Configure the driver then close the
configuration screen
Restart the computer
End of installation
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Installation
Configuration screens for Windows 2000\XP
At a Glance
After rebooting the PC you will have to configure the USB driver, the USB cable
must be connected to the PLC, and then Windows will detect the PLC and install the
driver.
Perform the following actions:
Step Action
1
The following screen will be displayed:
New Hardware Found
USB Device
2
Click on YES
Digital Signature Not Found
The Microsoft digital signature affirms that software has been
tested with Windows and that the software has not been altered
since it was tested.
The software you are about to install does not contain a
Microsoft digital signature. Therefore, there is no guarantee that
this software works correctly with Windows.
PLC USB Device
If you want to search for Microsoft digitally signed software, visit
the Windows Update Web site at http://
windowsupdate.microsoft.com to to see if one is available.
Do you want to continue the installation?
Yes
No
More Info
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Step Action
3
An icon is displayed in the task bar. Double clicking on it when the USB link with the
PLC is operational calls up the window.
US
PLC USB Driver
General
Activity
Status
:
On-line
Period
:
00.00.01
Driver Manager
OK
Clicking on " Driver Manager " launches the tool.
Clicking on "OK" makes an icon appear in the task bar.
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State of the USB link
At a Glance
This window informs the user of the state of the driver:
Management Properties of SCHNEIDER drivers
PCX57 Driver
FPC10 Driver
FPP20 Driver
MODBUS Test
XWayTest
DRIVERS Manager
PLC USB Driver
UNITELWAY Driver
SCP114 Driver
Driver PLC USB V1.0 IE07
USB
Copyright © 2001-2002 Schneider Automation S.A.
Virtual Port :
COM8
Status
Operating
:
Remote IP :
90.0.0.1
Local IP
90.0.01
:
Log File
OK
Description:
Field
Description
Virtual Port
Name of the COM port used by the driver.
Line status
Contains "In service" data if the driver is operating, otherwise it
contains "Non operational" data.
Remote IP\Local IP
IP addresses used by the PC and PLC to communicate.
Log File
Button allowing access to a *.log file containing connection/
disconnection events on the USB line.
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Drivers manager
IX
At a Glance
Subject of this
Part
This part describes the Drivers manager tool that is used to configure the different
drivers installed on Windows 98, Windows 2000\XP and Windows NT.
What's in this
Part?
This part contains the following chapters:
Chapter
12
Chapter Name
Functions
Page
143
141
Drivers manager
142
Functions
12
At a Glance
Subject of this
Chapter
This chapter describes the Drivers Manager management software and its
functions.
What's in this
Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Management of X-Way drivers
144
X-Way addressing modes
148
143
Functions
Management of X-Way drivers
At a Glance
The X-Way drivers can be accessed using the Drivers Manager management tool.
This is used to install, update, configure and test the different drivers in a centralized
manner.
Accessing the
Drivers
Management
Tool
From the Start menu, go to "Start->Programs->Schneider Electric->Drivers
Manager".
The following window is displayed:
Management properties of SCHNEIDER drivers
PCX57 Driver
FPC10 Driver
DRIVERS Manager
FPP20 Driver
XIP Driver
UNITELWAY Driver
MODBUS Test
CONFI
GURAT
Driver Manager V2.0 IE 10
Drivers
System Info
There are 6 drivers installed
Uni-Telway
Windows NY V4.0 (Build 1381)
Further information: Service Pack 5
Winsock:
Install/update
Uninstall this Driver
DLLx X-Way: V6. 0. 20. 2 :
OK
Drivers Manager
tab
This tab (window above) is used to:
z
z
z
144
view the list of installed drivers,
install or update a driver,
delete a driver.
XWay Test
MODBUS SERIAL Driver
Functions
X-Way Test Tab
This tab is used to test the basic operation of an X-Way driver:
Management properties of SCHNEIDER drivers
DRIVERS Manager
PCX57 Driver
FPC10 Driver
UNITELWAY Driver
FPP20 Driver
XIP Driver
Driver
MODBUS SERIAL Driver
MODBUS Test
XWayTest
Request
Request:
Name:
Uni-Telway
Type:
Driver number: 1
Delay (ms)
3000
Status: disconnected
32
AY
W
Remote address: 0.254.0
MIRROR (3 bytes)
Local Address:
Connect
Launch
Further information...
About
OK
The table below describes the different zones of the window:
Driver Group
Field
Description
Name
Name of driver to be used for the test (Uni-Telway, FPC10, etc).
Driver number
Instance number of driver to be used for the test (usually 1).
Remote Address
X-Way remote station address in the format "network.station.gate". The
address "0.254.0" is the default address (terminal port for example).
For a network connection, (such as Fipway), the user must complete
this field: "3.5.0" to address station 5 of network 3. Gate 0 corresponds
to the system server gate of the station in question. (See X-Way
addressing modes, p. 148)
Local Address
Internal address used locally by the driver. The driver completes this
field automatically for information purposes when the connection
becomes effective.
Request Group
Field
Description
Request
Name of driver to be used for the test (Uni-Telway, FPC10).
Type
Type of request. Different sizes of mirror requests are suggested, as
well as reading the PLC system bit %S6.
Delay
Wait timeout in ms for the response to the transmitted request (time
out).
Status
Status of connection, "disconnected", "connecting..." or "connected".
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Functions
Command buttons
Modbus Test Tab
Object
Description
Connect
Opens an internal communication channel on the selected driver.
Launch
Launch request transmission to the station defined in the Remote
address field of the Driver group.
Further
information...
Displays system information about the driver. This button is active in
online mode only.
About
Displays X-Way Manager version and copyright details.
This tab is used to test the basic operation of a Modbus driver:
Management properties of SCHNEIDER drivers
MODBUS SERIAL Driver
PLC USB Driver
SCP114 Driver
DRIVERS Manager
FPC10 Driver
FPP20 Driver
PCX57 Driver
UNITELWAY Driver
MODBUS Test
Link Parameters
XWayTest
Requests
Protocol: USB
Remote IP address: 90.0.0.1
Request:
Slave no.: 1
Master Path: DM 0
0
Connect
0
0
0
Launch
Status: Disconnected
About
OK
The table below describes the different zones of the window:
Link Parameters Group
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Field
Description
Protocol
Name of protocol used (USB, TCP, Serial Modbus, Modbus Plus).
Remote IP
address
If TCP is being used, then the IP address or machine name is shown
here
Slave No.
If Serial Modbus protocol is being used, then the slave no. is shown
here.
Functions
Link Parameters Group
Field
Description
Master Path: DM
If Modbus Plus protocol is being used, then the station address is
shown here.
Request Group
Field
Description
Request
Status
Status of connection, "disconnected", "connecting..." or "connected".
Command buttons
Other Tabs
Object
Description
Connect
Opens an internal communication channel on the selected driver.
Launch
Launch request transmission to the station defined in the Remote IP
address field of the Link Parameters group.
About
Displays X-Way Manager version and copyright details.
The windows corresponding to these tabs are described in the description of the
configuration for each driver:
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
for the Uni-Telway driver tab:
z if using a serial port see Driver configuration screens, p. 20,
z if using a TSXSCP114 card see Driver configuration screens, p. 30,
for the FPC10 driver tab see Driver configuration screen for Windows NT, p. 48,
for the FPP20 driver tab see How to install the driver, p. 40,
for the XIP Driver see Driver configuration screen, p. 80,
for the PCX 57 Driver tab:
z when using Windows NT see Configuration of the ISAWAY driver for Windows
NT, p. 90,
z when using Windows 98\2000\XP see Configuration of ISAWAY driver for
Windows 98\2000\XP, p. 95,
for the PCI 57 driver tab see Configuring the PCIWAY driver for Windows
2000\XP, p. 114,
for the USB Driver tab see State of the USB link, p. 139.
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Functions
X-Way addressing modes
Description
Example of access through a network:
Network 1
Station 1
Address = 1.1.0
Station 3
Station 2
Address = 1.2.0
Address = 1.3.0
Addressing to 3 levels:
Allows a station connected to the network at any point of the X-Way communication
architecture to be reached.
Illustration:
Network
Station
Gate
The Network and Station values make up the station address.
z
z
Network: value between [1.127] or 0 = my network.
Station: value between [1.63] or 254 = my station or 255 = diffusion.
The value "Gate" refers to the communication entity within the station: system
server (Gate 0, the most common), the terminal port (Gates 1,2,3), 1K asynchronous
server (Gate 7), etc.
In the case of multiprocessor stations such as PLCs, each processor module built
into the system can support communication entities, frame routing requiring
supplementary addressing levels (inter-station routing capabilities). PLC "processor
modules" are situated in the PLC's racks or offset on field buses.
Addressing to 5 levels:
It is generally used for devices connected on a Uni-Telway bus.
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Functions
Illustration:
Network
z
z
Station
Gate=5
Module
Channel
Module: physical location of the communication module in the rack. Its value must
be defined as follows: (Master rack number * 16) + Number of master module.
Channel: address of the device connected to the communication module. Its
value must be defined as follows: (Master channel number * 100) + slave Ad0
number.
Addressing to 6 levels:
This is similar to addressing to 5 levels. It was created for extended services (FIPIO,
communication module integrated in rack).
Illustration:
Network
z
z
z
Station
Gate=8
Selector
Connection
point
Reference
Selector: designates a communication module on the CPU (2) or in a separate
module (1).
Connection point: device address, if the destination module is FIPIO. Physical
positioning in the PLC rack, if the destination module is a PLC card.
Reference: communication entity in the device (similar to the Gate number).
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Functions
Examples:
5 level addressing:
Network 1
Station 1
Station 2
Rack 0
Master
address = 1.1.0
Rack 1
Master
module 1
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Module = 16*1 + 1 = 17
Slave 4
Slave address = 1.1.5.170.4 (if the master is
on channel 0).
Slave address = 1.1.5.17.104 (if the master
is on channel 1).
Functions
6 level addressing:
Network 1
Station 3
FIPIO
14
Network 1,
Station 3,
Gate 8 (FIPIO),
Module 2 (CPU communication module,
Address 14,
Gate 0 (UNITE target PLC server),
→ 1.3.8.2.14.0
For more information on the X-Way address, see "X-Way Communication"
documentation, ref. TSX DR NET.
Note:
In point to point connections (Uni-Telway, ISAway, PCIway), the default address
0.254.0 can be used to reference the PLC.
With Ethway and XIP, it is possible to use gate 7, which accepts large frames (up
to 1024 bytes). In order to do this, the PL7 application must be configured in
periodic mode (MAST task). The "1K service" option must be checked in the alias
definition page.
Example: normal address: XIP01:1.2, to use gate 7: XIP01:1.2.7
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Functions
152
Appendices
At a Glance
Subject of this
Part
This part describes the installation and configuration of drivers for the cable
TSX PCX 3030 with Windows 2000\XP. This cable is a USB/RS-485 Serial link
converter.
What's in this
Appendix?
The appendix contains the following chapters:
Chapter
A
Chapter Name
The drivers of the TSX PCX 3030 cable
Page
155
153
Appendices
154
The drivers of the TSX PCX 3030
cable
A
At a Glance
Subject of this
Chapter
This Chapter describes the installation and configuration of drivers for the cable
TSX PCX 3030 with Windows 2000\XP.
What's in this
Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
Page
Installing the drivers of the TSX PCX 3030 cable
156
Configuration screens for drivers using the TSX PCX 3030 cable.
159
155
TSX PCX 3030
Installing the drivers of the TSX PCX 3030 cable
At a Glance
The TSX PCX 3030 cable is a USB/RS485 link converter. It enables a device to be
connected to a PLC via the USB port using its terminal port.
The cable is "plug 'n' play". When you connect the cable via the USB port, Windows
2000 or XP finds a new device and tries to install the corresponding driver. It is
necessary to install two drivers:
z the USB bus driver,
z and the virtual serial port driver.
Installation
The following table describes the procedure to install both drivers required to use the
TSX PCX 3030 cable.
Step
Action
1
Connect the cable to the USB port of your device.
Result: Windows detects the new hardware and displays the assistant for installing the hardware
driver.
2
Click on Next.
Result: The following window is displayed:
Hardware Assistant detected
Installation of peripheral pilots:
A peripheral pilot is a program that enables a hardware peripheral to be used by
an operating system.
The assistant will complete the installation of this peripheral:
?
USB Device
A peripheral pilot is a software program that enables the operation of a hardware
peripheral. Windows requires pilot files for your new peripheral. Click on Next to find
the pilot files and finish.
What task do you wish the Assistant to carry out?
Find a pilot adapted to my peripheral (recommended)
Display a list of known pilots for this peripheral, in order to choose a specific
pilot.
< Previous
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Next >
Cancel
TSX PCX 3030
Step
Action
3
Choose the Automatic driver search option and click on Next.
Result: The following window is displayed:
Hardware Assistant detected
Searching for pilot files
Where do you want Windows to search for the pilot files?
Search for pilot files for the following hardware peripheral:
Serial < - > USB
The Assistant is searching for adapted pilots in the pilot database on your computer, as
well as in the location indicated by you above should you wish
To start the search, click on Next. If you carry out the search on a disk or CD-ROM drive,
insert the disk or CD-ROM before clicking on Next.
Optional search locations:
Disk drive
CD-ROM drive
Specific location
Microsoft Windows Update
< Previous
Next >
Cancel
4
Before selecting the CDROM drive option, insert the CDROM Drivers in the CDROM drive.
Or
if you have copied the content of the CD-ROM in a specific location, select the Specific location
option and indicate the location of the driver.
5
Click on Next.
Result: the bus driver has been found.
6
Click on Next.
Result: a window indicates that the installation has been successfully completed.
7
Click on Finish.
Result: a new window appears for installing the serial port driver.
8
Click on Next.
Result: the New hardware search assistant window appears.
9
Choose the Automatic driver search option and click on Next.
10
Before selecting the CDROM drive option, insert the CDROM Drivers in the CDROM drive.
Or
if you have copied the content of the CD-ROM in a specific location, select the Specific location
option and indicate the location of the driver.
11
Click on Next.
Result: the bus driver has been found.
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TSX PCX 3030
Step
Action
12
Click on Next.
Result: a window indicates that the installation has been successfully completed.
13
Click on Finish.
Result: installation of the drivers is completed.
158
TSX PCX 3030
Configuration screens for drivers using the TSX PCX 3030 cable.
At a Glance
Once the drivers of the TSX PCX 3030 cable are installed, you must select the cable
with the drivers that can use it. The compatible drivers are:
z Uni-Telway driver, version ≥ V1.5,
z Modbus driver, version ≥ V1.1.
Uni-Telway
driver
The following table describes the procedure for declaring the cable with a
Uni-Telway driver.
Step
Action
1
From the Drivers Manager, select the Uni-Telway Driver tab.
2
Click on the Configuration button.
3
Click on the Edit button.
Result: the Station parameters window appears
Parameters of the Station
Uni-Telway
Link Parameters
Advanced
Station ID
[Default]
COM Port
COM 3 (TSXPCX3030 Cable)
Uni-telway Slave address
Base
Number
1
3
Communication Modem
Modem Used
Hayes
Tel No.
Password
OK
4
Cancel
Select from the Com Port zone, the communication port associated with the
cable. For example COM3 (TSXPCX3030 Cable).
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TSX PCX 3030
Modbus Driver
The following table describes the procedure for declaring the cable with a Modbus
driver.
Step
Action
1
From the Drivers Manager, select the Modbus Serial Driver tab.
2
Click on the Configuration button.
Result: the Modbus Driver window appears
FP
FPW
Modbus Driver - Modbus01
Setting Up
Runtime
Debug
About
Serial Port
COM Port
COM 3 (TSXPCX3030 Cable)
Baud Rate 9600
Stop Bits
Parity
1 bit
Even Odd
None
Global TimeOut
2 bits
Mode (Data Bits)
RTU (8 bits)
3000 ms
Inter-Chart TimeOut
Automatic
ASCII (7 bits)
Apply
Undo
18
ms
Default
Hide
3
160
Select from the Serial Port zone, the communication port associated with the
cable. For example COM3 (TSXPCX3030 Cable).
B
AC
Index
A
Addressing modes
X-Way, 148
D
Drivers Management
Management of X-Way drivers, 144
E
Ethway
Configuration, 72
Installation for Win NT, 71
Installation for Windows 2000XP, 68
F
FIP with TSX FPC 10 card
Configuration of hardware for Windows
2000XP, 60
Configuration of hardware for Windows
98, 58
Installation, 46
Selection of hardware for Windows 98,
52
FIP with TSX FPP 20 card
Installation, 38
FIP with TSXFPC10 card
Adjustment of card parameters, 63
Configuration screen, 48
Selection of hardware for Windows
2000XP, 55
Windows 98/2000/NT configuration, 51
FIP with TSXFPP20 card
Configuration of Win 2000XP, 42
Configuration of Win 98, 41
Configuration of Win NT, 43
Installation, 40
G
General
Drivers, 11
I
ISAWAY
Adjustment of ISA card parameters, 108
Configuration, 90
Configuration for Win 98, 103
Configuration for Windows 2000XP, 105
Installation, 88
Selection of hardware for Win 98, 97
Selection of hardware for Windows
2000XP, 100
Win 98/2000/NT configuration, 96
161
Index
M
X
Modbus
Configuration, 124
Configuration screen, 125
Control Screen, 127
Debug Screen, 129
Information Screen, 130
Installation, 122
XIP
Configuration, 82
Configuration screen, 80
Installation, 78
P
PCIWAY
Adjustment of PCI Card Parameters, 116
Configuration, 114
Installation, 112
T
TSX PCX 3030
Configuration screens, 159
Installation, 156
U
Uni-Telway on Serial port
Configuration screens, 20
How to configure the driver, 24
Installation, 18
Uni-Telway on TSX SCP 114
Installation, 28
Uni-Telway on TSXSCP114
Configuration of Win 2000XP, 33
Configuration of Windows NT, 34
Configuration screens, 30
Win 98 configuration, 32
USB
Configuration for Windows 2000XP, 137
Installation, 134
State of the link, 139
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