APCIe Card
Owner’s Manual
Support:Windows 2000/XP
Windows 2003/Vista
Windows 7/8
Linux
RO-APCIe-047
APORT080
IP to Serial Port Converter
◆ 10/100Mbps LAN Connection
◆ 8 Ground isolated RS232 Port
◆ Linux based system board
★32bit 100MHz RISC CPU higher performance than 16bit
CPU.
★Auto-detecting 10/100Mbps Ethernet interface.
★Support WIN NT/2000/XP virtual COM driver.
★Support UNIX & Linux real TTY driver.
★Support TCP server/Client mode.
★Support UDP send/receive mode.
★ Support WEB,TELNET and terminal setup.
★ Support eight Ground isolated RS232 serial port.
CONTENTS
========
Chapter 1.
Introduction ............................................1
Chapter 2. Configuring Hardware .....................................3
2-1 System Components ...........................................3
2-2 Installation Procedures .....................................3
2-3 Serial Interface Connection .................................3
Chapter 3. Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista Installation ..................6
Chapter 4. Windows 7 System Installation ............................7
Chapter 5. Linux system
Installation ...............................9
APPENDIX. A.
Pin Assignments and Cable Wiring ...................10
APPENDIX. C.
Troubleshooting procedure for APCIe
APPENDIX. D.
A112I and A112
card usage .........................16
APPENDIX. E.
A132I and A132
card usage .........................18
APPENDIX. F.
A134I and A134
card usage .........................20
APPENDIX. G.
A124I and A114
card usage .........................22
APPENDIX. H.
AL124L
APPENDIX. I.
A138
APPENDIX. J.
RAYON REPAIR PROCEDURE .............................28
and AL224L
and A118
card ..........14
card usage ....................24
card usage .........................26
---1-------Chapter 1----Introduction
1-1. An introduction to the APCIe
card
A168/A138/A118 card is enhanced eight ports card. A104/A134/A114/A134I/A124I card is
enhanced four ports card. AL104L/AL134L/AL124L/AL224L/POS104EL card is enhanced four ports
card with low profile PCIe bracket. A102/A132/A112/A102I/A132I/A112I card is enhanced two
ports card. APCIe series cards are suitable for PC AT with PCIe bus machine. APCIe series
cards can reduce the interval for serial communication controller to interrupt main CPU (MPU)
on the mainboard to improve the whole system performance.
The eight ports card is made up of two parts:
1) A168/A138/A118 interface card:
A168/A138/A118 interface card includes MOSCHIP chip to support the
serial communication controller and a 62 pin connector to connect
external I/O port.
2) Expansion cable:
This expansion cable have eight standard DB25/DB9 connectors and one
DB62 connector to connect A168/A138/A118 interface card. User may use one
DB62 to DB62 cable to connect between one A168 card and RS4232-8 box.
The four ports card with standard PCIe bracket is made up of two parts:
1) A104/A134/A114/A134I/A124I interface card:
A104/A134/A114/A134I/A124I interface card includes MOSCHIP chip to
support the serial communication controller and a DB37 female connector to
connect external I/O port.
2) Expansion cable:
This expansion cable (A400/P485 cable) include four standard DB25/DB9 connectors and
one DB37 connector to connect A104/A134/A114/A134I/A124I interface card.
The four ports card with low profile PCIe bracket is made up of two parts:
1) AL104L/AL134L/AL124L/AL224L/POS104EL interface card:
AL104L/AL134L/AL124L/A224L/POS104EL interface card includes MOSCHIP chip to
support the serial communication controller and a DB44 female connector to
connect external I/O port.
2) Expansion cable:
This expansion cable (R901/R904 cable) include four standard DB25/DB9 connectors and
one DB44 connector to connect AL104L/AL134L/AL124L/AL224L/POS104EL interface card.
Traditionally, serial communication controller will interrupt MPU
character by character. This action will waste MPU processing time
and drop the system computation power. If the MPU is processing some
non-interrupted task, then serial controller may be overrun and data lost.
APCIe series card can support 128 bytes buffer capability in each port's
transmit and receive channel simultaneously. This capability will reduce
the number of interrupt to MPU and increase the non-interrupted task's
interval.
---2--1-2. Hardware specification
*serial communication controller:
MOSCHIP MCS9900 compatible.
*I/O Port: ---- RS232C or RS422 or RS485 compatible.
*Interrupt Control: ------ Plug & Play to be assigned by PCI BIOS.
*I/O map: -------- Plug & Play to be assigned by PCI BIOS.
*memory map: -------- Plug & Play to be assigned by PCI BIOS.
*Flow control
--- Xon/Xoff control or RTS/CTS control.
*Baud Rate:
can be software programmable upto 115.2KBps. (or 921.6KBps)
*Connector
8
4
……………. 4
2
------ Expansion cable can support DB25/DB9 male connectors.
port
port
port
port
card: DB62 female connector.
card with standard PCIe bracket: DB37 female connector.
card with low profile PCIe bracket: DB44 female connector.
card: two DB9 male connector.
*Environment ----- PC/AT with PCIe bus machine.
1-3 Software specification:
*Operating system -----can support
Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista
Windows 7
LINUX
other operating system.
---3--Chapter 2.
Configuring the Hardware
2-1 System components
An 8 port card system includes following components:
*One 8 port PCIe interface card.
*One 62pin Expansion Cable to support eight DB25/DB9 male connector.
R801 cable is used for DB62 male to eight DB25 male connector.
R804 cable is used for DB62 male to eight DB9 male connector.
R802 cable is used for DB62 male to eight DB25 female connector.
*One R803 (DB62 male to DB62 male) cable with RS4232-8 box.
(option for A168 card).
*User manual.
An 4 port card system includes following components:
*One 4 port PCIe interface card.
*One 37pin Expansion Cable to support four DB25/DB9 male connector.
A400 cable is used for DB37 male to four DB25 male connector.
P485 cable is used for DB37 male to four DB9 male connector.
*One 44pin Expansion Cable to support four DB25/DB9 male connector.
R901 cable is used for DB44 male to four DB25 male connector.
R904 cable is used for DB44 male to four DB9 male connector.
*User manual.
2-2 Installation Procedures
One APCIe series card needs a PCIe system expansion slot.
The installation procedures are as follows:
(1) Turn off the power switch of your system.
(2) Plug the APCIe series card to system expansion slot.
(3) Connect the 62pin(37pin or 44pin) cable to APCIe series interface card.
(4) Turn on the system power.
(5) Start up the operating system.
(6) execute the APCIe series card software installation procedure.
WARNING: You should not insert or remove the APCIe series card from
the system while power is on.
2-3 Serial I/O port connection:
(1) A102 card:
Support two RS232 interface port.
Pin definition for DB9 male connector is in Appendix A-5.
(2) A132 card:
Support two RS422/RS485 interface port.
Each serial port can use DIP Switch to set in RS422 or RS485.
Pin definition for DB9 male connector is in Appendix A-5.
(3) A112 card:
Support two RS232/RS422/RS485 interface port.
Each serial port can use DIP Switch to set in RS232, RS422 or RS485.
Pin definition for DB9 male connector is in Appendix A-5.
---4---
(4) A102I card:
Support two Ground isolated RS232 interface port.
Pin definition for DB9 male connector is in Appendix A-5.
(5) A132I card:
Support two Ground isolated RS422/RS485 interface port.
Each serial port can use DIP Switch to set in RS422 or RS485.
Pin definition for DB9 male connector is in Appendix A-5.
(6) A112I card:
Support two Ground isolated RS232/RS422/RS485 interface port.
Each serial port can use DIP Switch to set in RS232, RS422 or RS485.
Pin definition for DB9 male connector is in Appendix A-5.
(7) A104 card:
Support four RS232
Pin definition for
Pin definition for
Pin definition for
interface port.
DB37 female connector is in Appendix A-2.
DB25 male connector is in Appendix A-4.
DB9 male connector is in Appendix A-5.
(8) A134 card:
Support four RS422/RS485 interface port.
Each serial port can use DIP Switch to set in RS422 or RS485.
Pin definition for DB37 female connector is in Appendix A-2.
Pin definition for DB25 male connector is in Appendix A-4.
Pin definition for DB9 male connector is in Appendix A-5.
(9) A114 card:
Support four RS232/RS422/RS485 interface port.
Each serial port can use DIP Switch to set in RS232, RS422 or RS485.
Pin definition for DB37 female connector is in Appendix A-2.
Pin definition for DB25 male connector is in Appendix A-4.
Pin definition for DB9 male connector is in Appendix A-5.
(10) AL104L card:
Support four RS232
Pin definition for
Pin definition for
Pin definition for
interface port.
DB44 female connector is in Appendix A-3.
DB25 male connector is in Appendix A-4.
DB9 male connector is in Appendix A-5.
(11) AL134L card:
Support four RS422/RS485 interface port.
Each serial port can use DIP Switch to set in RS422 or RS485.
Pin definition for DB44 female connector is in Appendix A-3.
Pin definition for DB25 male connector is in Appendix A-4.
Pin definition for DB9 male connector is in Appendix A-5.
(12) AL124L card:
Support two RS232 and two RS422/RS485 interface port.
Port C & D can use DIP Switch to set in RS422 or RS485.
Pin definition for DB44 female connector is in Appendix A-3.
Pin definition for DB25 male connector is in Appendix A-4.
Pin definition for DB9 male connector is in Appendix A-5.
---5--(13) AL2244L card:
Support two RS232 and two RS232/RS422/RS485 interface port.
Port C & D can use DIP Switch to set in RS232, RS422 or RS485.
Pin definition for DB44 female connector is in Appendix A-3.
Pin definition for DB25 male connector is in Appendix A-4.
Pin definition for DB9 male connector is in Appendix A-5.
(14) POS104EL card:
Support four RS232
Pin definition for
Pin definition for
Pin definition for
and offer 5V power output in pin 9.
DB44 female connector is in Appendix A-3.
DB25 male connector is in Appendix A-4.
DB9 male connector is in Appendix A-5.
(15) A134I card:
Support four Ground isolated RS422/RS485 interface port.
Each serial port can use DIP Switch to set in RS422 or RS485.
Pin definition for DB37 female connector is in Appendix A-2.
Pin definition for DB25 male connector is in Appendix A-4.
Pin definition for DB9 male connector is in Appendix A-5.
(16) A124I card:
Support two RS232 and two Ground isolated RS422/RS485 interface port.
Port C & D can use DIP Switch to set in RS422 or RS485.
Pin definition for DB37 female connector is in Appendix A-2.
Pin definition for DB25 male connector is in Appendix A-4.
Pin definition for DB9 male connector is in Appendix A-5.
(17) A168 card:
Support eight RS232 interface port.
Pin definition for DB62 female connector is in Appendix A-1.
Pin definition for DB25 male connector is in Appendix A-4.
Pin definition for DB9 male connector is in Appendix A-5.
(18) A138 card:
Support eight RS422/RS485 interface port.
Each serial port can use DIP Switch to set in RS422 or RS485.
Pin definition for DB62 female connector is in Appendix A-1.
Pin definition for DB25 male connector is in Appendix A-4.
Pin definition for DB9 male connector is in Appendix A-5.
(19) A118 card:
Support eight RS232/RS422/RS485 interface port.
Each serial port can use DIP Switch to set in RS232, RS422 or RS485.
Pin definition for DB62 female connector is in Appendix A-1.
Pin definition for DB25 male connector is in Appendix A-4.
Pin definition for DB9 male connector is in Appendix A-5.
---6--Chapter 3
Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista Installation
3-1 Driver Installation
Method1: You can run “StnSetup.exe” upon APCIe card not inserted in your PC. Then you can
insert APCIe card and boot to install driver automatically. We strongly suggest to use this
method to install driver automatically. Or you may use following procedure to install driver
manually.
Method2: Once Windows 2000 system has been started, the Plug & Play function in
2000/XP/2003/Vista system will find the new APCIe card. If this is the
first time to install APCIe card in your 2000/XP/2003/Vista system, you
will be informed to install the driver. Please follow the instruction
message to specify the driver location.
A:\Win32
If we got CD for driver installation, we need to specify the path for
each card type and OS type. For example,
G:\PCIe_Card\APCIe\MCS9900_WHQL\32bit_version_2.0.1.0\
APCIe card is based on chip from MOSCHIP semiconductor. So we will use
Windows driver from MOSCHIP. The software driver installation will install
multi-function card firstly. Then we will install serial port driver later.
If driver were installed correctly, we can see our device in control
panel. "PCIe to Multifunction Peripheral Controller" is the card driver.
"PCIe to High Speed Serial Port" is the port driver for each COM port.
NOTE: In 8 port card we can have card driver installed. In other 2/4 port
card we just have serial port driver installed.
---7--Chapter 4
Windows 7 System Installation
4-1 Driver Installation
Method1: You can run “StnSetup.exe” upon APCIe card not inserted in your PC. Then you can
insert your APCIe card in PC and boot to install driver automatically. We strongly suggest
to use this method to install driver. Or you may need to use following procedure to install
driver manually.
Method2: Once Windows 7 system has been started, the Plug & Play function in
WIN7 system will find the new APCIe card. If this is the first time to
install APCIe card in your WIN7 system, you will NOT be informed to
install the driver. It is due to our driver is not embedded in WIN7 system. When
WIN7 find our card in hardware and could not find corresponding driver in
system, WIN7 system do not install and ask us to install driver. WIN7 just
specify our card as "Other devices" in "Control Panel".
Now, we need to enter "Control Panel" "System and Security" "System"
"Device Manager" "Other Devices" to find "!PCI Simple Communications
Controller". Please select this device and update new version driver.
A) Double strike in this device to enter "properties" screen.
B) Select "Update Driver"
C) Browse my computer for driver software
D) Specify the path for our driver
E) next
F) Install this driver software anyway
---8--Please follow the instruction message to specify the driver location. WIN7
system will use same driver as WIN Vista system.
D:\PCIe_Card\APCIe\MCS9900_WHQL\32bit_version_2.0.1.0\StnMf.inf
APCIe card is based on chip from MOSCHIP semiconductor. So we will use
Windows driver from MOSCHIP. The software driver installation will install
multi-function card firstly. Then we will install serial port driver later.
If driver were installed correctly, we can see our device in control
panel. "PCIe to Multifunction Peripheral Controller" is the card driver.
"PCIe to High Speed Serial Port" is the port driver for each COM port.
After driver installed, we may find extra COM ports generated.
NOTE: In 8 port card we will have Multi-Function Device card driver. In 2/4 port card we
will have COM port driver only.
NOTE: To install new version driver we need to remove old version driver firstly. We can
run “MOSCHIP_StnUninst.exe” to remove old version driver. Then we can run “StnSetup.exe”
upon APCIe card not inserted in PC. So we can insert APCIe card and boot to install driver
automatically.
---9--Chapter 5
Linux driver Installation
5-1 Driver Installation
1. Login with superuser
or root.
2. Change your directory to root and copy our driver diskette to system.
#cd /
#tar xvf /dev/fd0 (For CD you need to uncompress first)
3. change directory to /etc/rayone and run Install command.
#cd /etc/rayone
#./Install.redhat
4. You will have following procedure to configure your module.
1. choose your card type.
(APCIe/MPe9900 card)
2. choose your linux kernel version.
3. rebuild your system.
4. exit & reboot with new setting.
5. Then, you can have extra serial port to be used.
1. the device name will be
/dev/tty2[1-4][a--h]
2. For 2 port card we have /dev/tty21a for port A (connector
in bottom side) and /dev/tty21b for port B (connector
in upper side)
3. For 4 port card we have /dev/tty2[1--4][a--d] for port A -- D.
4. For 8 port card we have /dev/tty2[1--4][a--h] for port A -- H.
(Note: we may have label P1--P8 in cable for Port A--H)
NOTE: After ver9.1.5 we will install driver in/etc/rayone directory.
We can support upto four cards with device name tty2[1--4][a--h]. Our
PCIe card and PCI card can install in same system.
NOTE: Right now we have ver9.xx driver to support kernel version 2.6.
We have dedicated install file for REDHAT Fedora core 4 system,
Suse Linux 9.3 and Slackware 10.2 system (kernel version 2.6.x).
NOTE: APCIe/MPe9900 card's driver can not work with PCIe & PPe795x card's
driver.
5-2 APCIe/MPe9900 card may have following name
1. MPe9922 is for 2 serial port card type.
A102I, A132I, A112I cards.
2. MPe9904 is for 4 serial port card type.
A124I, A134I cards.
3. MPe9908 is for 8 serial port card type.
for different card.
We have A102, A132, A112,
We have A104, A134, A114,
We have A168, A138, A118 cards.
5-3 Anytime you can send me E_mail in "rayon@ms1.hinet.net" for Linux
driver support.
---10--Appendix A
Pin assignments and Cable Wiring
A-1:
DB62 Female Connector Pin assignment in 8 port card.
=============================================================================
DB62 | Signal
|| DB62 | Signal
|| DB62 | Signal
Pin | Name
|| Pin | Name
|| Pin | Name
=============================================================================
1 | TXD1
(O) || 22 | TXD2
(O) || 43 | GND
----------------------------------------------------------------------------2 | RXD1
(I) || 23 | RXD2
(I) || 44 | GND
----------------------------------------------------------------------------3 | RTS1
(O) || 24 | RTS2
(O) || 45 | GND
----------------------------------------------------------------------------4 | CTS1
(I) || 25 | CTS2
(I) || 46 | TXD4
(O)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------5 | DSR1
(I) || 26 | DSR2
(I) || 47 | RXD4
(I)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------6 | DTR1
(O) || 27 | DTR2
(O) || 48 | RTS4
(O)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------7 | DCD1
(I) || 28 | DCD2
(I) || 49 | CTS4
(I)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------8 | TXD3
(O) || 29 | TXD7
(O) || 50 | DSR4
(I)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------9 | RXD3
(I) || 30 | RXD7
(I) || 51 | DTR4
(O)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------10 | RTS3
(O) || 31 | RTS7
(O) || 52 | DCD4
(I)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------11 | CTS3
(I) || 32 | CTS7
(I) || 53 | TXD8
(O)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------12 | DSR3
(I) || 33 | DSR7
(I) || 54 | RXD8
(I)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------13 | DTR3
(O) || 34 | DTR7
(O) || 55 | RTS8
(O)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------14 | DCD3
(I) || 35 | DCD7
(I) || 56 | CTS8
(I)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------15 | TXD5
(O) || 36 | TXD6
(O) || 57 | DSR8
(I)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------16 | RXD5
(I) || 37 | RXD6
(I) || 58 | DTR8
(O)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------17 | RTS5
(O) || 38 | RTS6
(O) || 59 | DCD8
(I)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------18 | CTS5
(I) || 39 | CTS6
(I) || 60 | GND
----------------------------------------------------------------------------19 | DSR5
(I) || 40 | DSR6
(I) || 61 | GND
----------------------------------------------------------------------------20 | DTR5
(O) || 41 | DTR6
(O) || 62 | GND
----------------------------------------------------------------------------21 | DCD5
(I) || 42 | DCD6
(I) || xxx | xxx
=============================================================================
****Note: R801 cable support DB62 connector to eight DB25 male connector.
R802 cable support DB62 connector to eight DB25 female connector.
R804 cable support DB62 connector to eight DB9 male connector.
User can use R803 cable (DB62 male to DB62 male connector) to
connect with RS4232-8 box.
****Note: (O) is signal output from card. (I) is signal input to card.
---11--A-2: DB37 Female Connector Pin assignment in 4 port card.
=========================================================================
DB37 Pin | RS232
| RS422/485 || DB37 Pin | RS232
| RS422/485
Number | Signal Name| Signal Name|| Number
| Signal Nmae| Signal Name
=========================================================================
1
| RXDA (In ) | RXDA+(In ) || 20
| TXDA (Out) | TXDA+(Out)
------------------------------------------------------------------------2
| CTSA (In ) | --|| 21
| RTSA (Out) | --------------------------------------------------------------------------3
| DSRA (In ) | RXDA-(In ) || 22
| DTRA (Out) | TXDA-(Out)
------------------------------------------------------------------------4
| DCDA (In ) | --|| 23
| RIA (In ) | --------------------------------------------------------------------------5
| GND
| port A GND || 24
| RXDB (In ) | RXDB+(In )
------------------------------------------------------------------------6
| TXDB (Out) | TXDB+(Out) || 25
| CTSB (In ) | --------------------------------------------------------------------------7
| RTSB (Out) | --|| 26
| DSRB (In ) | RXDB-(In )
------------------------------------------------------------------------8
| DTRB (Out) | TXDB-(Out) || 27
| DCDB (In ) | --------------------------------------------------------------------------9
| GND
| port B GND || 28
| RIB (In ) | --------------------------------------------------------------------------10
| GND
| --|| 29
| RIC (In ) | --------------------------------------------------------------------------11
| GND
| port C GND || 30
| DCDC (In ) | --------------------------------------------------------------------------12
| DTRC (Out) | TXDC-(Out) || 31
| DSRC (In ) | RXDC-(In )
------------------------------------------------------------------------13
| RTSC (Out) | --|| 32
| CTSC (In ) | --------------------------------------------------------------------------14
| TXDC (Out) | TXDC+(Out) || 33
| RXDC (In ) | RXDC+(In )
------------------------------------------------------------------------15
| GND
| port D GND || 34
| RID (In ) | --------------------------------------------------------------------------16
| DCDD (In ) | --|| 35
| DTRD (Out) | TXDD-(Out)
------------------------------------------------------------------------17
| DSRD (In ) | RXDD-(In ) || 36
| RTSD (Out) | --------------------------------------------------------------------------18
| CTSD (In ) | --|| 37
| TXDD (Out) | TXDD+(Out)
------------------------------------------------------------------------19
| RXDD (In ) | RXDD+(In ) || ---| ---| ---=========================================================================
****Note: A400/P584 cable support DB37 connector to four DB25 male connector.
P485 cable will support DB37 connector to four DB9 male connector.
---12--A-3: DB44 Female Connector Pin assignment in AL104L/AL124L/AL134L/AL224L/POS104EL card
=============================================================================
DB44 | Signal
|| DB44 | Signal
|| DB44 | Signal
Pin | Name
|| Pin | Name
|| Pin | Name
=============================================================================
1 | N.C.
|| 16 | N.C.
|| 31 | GND
----------------------------------------------------------------------------2 | TXD1
(O) || 17 | RTS1
(O) || 32 | RI1
(I)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------3 | RXD1
(I) || 18 | DSR1
(I) || 33 | CTS1
(I)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------4 | DCD1
(I) || 19 | DTR1
(O) || 34 | GND
----------------------------------------------------------------------------5 | TXD2
(O) || 20 | RTS2
(O) || 35 | RI2
(I)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------6 | RXD2
(I) || 21 | DSR2
(I) || 36 | CTS2
(I)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------7 | DCD2
(I) || 22 | DTR2
(O) || 37 | N.C.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------8 | N.C.
|| 23 | N.C.
|| 38 | GND
----------------------------------------------------------------------------9 | TXD3
(O) || 24 | RTS3
(O) || 39 | RI3
(I)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------10 | RXD3
(I) || 25 | DSR3
(I) || 40 | CTS3
(I)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------11 | DCD3
(I) || 26 | DTR3
(O) || 41 | GND
----------------------------------------------------------------------------12 | TXD4
(O) || 27 | RTS4
(O) || 42 | RI4
(I)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------13 | RXD4
(I) || 28 | DSR4
(I) || 43 | CTS4
(I)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------14 | DCD4
(I) || 29 | DTR4
(O) || 44 | N.C.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------15 | N.C.
|| 30 | N.C.
|| xxx | xxxx
=============================================================================
****Note: R904 cable support DB44 connector to four DB9 male connector.
****Note: R901 cable support DB44 connector to four DB25 male connector.
---13--A-4: DB25 Male Connector Pin assignment in R801 (DB62 to 8 DB25) cable and
A400 (DB37 to 4 DB25) cable for RS232 signal and RS422/485 signal.
=======================================================
DB25 Pin Number | RS232 Signal
| RS422/485 Signal
=======================================================
2
| TXD (Out)
| TXD+ (Out)
------------------------------------------------------3
| RXD (In )
| RXD+ (In )
------------------------------------------------------4
| RTS (Out)
| --------------------------------------------------------5
| CTS (In )
| --------------------------------------------------------6
| DSR (In )
| RXD- (In )
------------------------------------------------------7
| GND
| isolated GND
------------------------------------------------------8
| DCD (In )
| --------------------------------------------------------20
| DTR (Out)
| TXD- (Out)
=======================================================
A-5: DB9 Male Connector Pin assignment in R804 (DB62 to 8 DB9) cable and
P485 (DB37 to 4 DB9) cable for RS232 signal and RS422/485 signal.
DB9 Male Connector Pin definition in 2 port card.
=======================================================================
DB9 Pin Number | RS232 interface Signal | RS422/485 interface Signal
=======================================================================
1
| DCD
(In )
| ------------------------------------------------------------------------2
| RXD
(In )
| RXD+ (In )
----------------------------------------------------------------------3
| TXD
(Out)
| TXD+ (Out)
----------------------------------------------------------------------4
| DTR
(Out)
| TXD- (Out)
----------------------------------------------------------------------5
| GND
| isolated GND or GND
----------------------------------------------------------------------6
| DSR
(In )
| RXD- (In )
----------------------------------------------------------------------7
| RTS
(Out)
| ------------------------------------------------------------------------8
| CTS
(In )
| ------------------------------------------------------------------------9
| RI
(In )
| --=======================================================================
Note: 8 port card and isolated card do not support RI signal.
Note: For 2 wire RS485 application environment pin2 (RXD+) and
Pin3 (TXD+) is short together as DATA+ signal, pin4 (TXD-)
And pin6 (RXD-) is short together as DATA- signal.
Note: TB485 module can convert DB9 connector to 3 pin terminal block
Connector for 2 wire type RS485 application environment with
DATA+ , DATA- and Ground signal connection.
---14--Appendix B
Troubleshooting procedure for APCIe card
==========================================
1. Please confirm your card type firstly:
a)RS232 only card:
A102,A102I,A104,A108,AL104L,POS104EL
b)RS422/RS485 selectable card:
A132,A132I,A134,A134I,A138,AL134L
c)RS232/RS422/RS485 selectable card:
A112,A112I,A114,A118,AL124L,AL224L
d)other type card:
A124I
2. Please specify your target O.S. type:
a) WUN 7
b) Linux.
c) WIN2000
e) Vista
f) XP embedded.
d) WIN XP.
3. Please confirm following boot procedure in which step to be wrong:
a) In power on boot procedure we can not see the PCI BIOS screen to show
our APCIe card.
NOTE: After the power of PC is turned on, the PCI BIOS will scan the
card to be inserted in PCIe slot. If one PCIe card were inserted
in PCIe slot, the PCI BIOS will assign the memory map, I/O map
and IRQ number to every cards. Generally PCI BIOS will show the
vendor ID and device ID of each card in screen. You can also see
the bus number, function number and IRQ number for this card.
Our APCIe card will have vendor ID "9710". The device
ID will be "9922" for 2 port card, "9904" for 4 port, "9900"
for 8 port card. So we must see such information in PCI BIOS
boot procedure display screen. If we can not see such card, it
means that PCI BIOS can not find our card. Then we may change the
PCIe slot for our card (we suggest that PCIe slot may be damaged)
or clean the golden finger of our APCIe card (we suggest that
our PCB is dirty in golden finger and the touch is not good) to
try again.
b) When we can find APCIe card in PCI BIOS boot procedure, we can install our
driver from diskette. But there are some problem to install the driver.
NOTE: Every O.S. must have corresponding driver to be installed. We have
many OS's driver in different directory. If user did not specify
the correct path for corresponding driver in driver installation
procedure, you may have problem to install our driver.
c) When we install driver successfully. But we can not find the extra
target COM port in next boot procedure.
NOTE: In power on boot procedure our driver will start to work.
Generally our driver will check the contents of driver and the
hardware information in PCIe card. If the driver assigned for one
card were not the card installed, our driver will say "card not
found". And there are no extra COM port available.
Generally you can check same hardware configuration in different
OS type. If there were no problem in new OS system, then you may
have some driver installation problem. You may need to check with
---15--us to solve your problem (E_Mail to rayon@ms1.hinet.net). If
there were problem in other OS system, you may have hardware
problem in such card. Please check with supplier.
d) When we have extra target COM port in next boot procedure. But there
are no data transmission or receiving in such COM port.
NOTE: Generally one need to send/receive data from COM port may have
two steps. The first step is to open such COM port. The second
step is to send/receive data in IRQ mode or polling mode.
In our driver diskette we prepare "RAYMON.EXE" utility file.
This file is terminal emulation program. You can run this file
to use one COM port for data communication.
When you run "raymon.exe" you can assign the target COM port
and set the target parameter. Then you can ask to "connect". If
you set the COM port that you can see in "control panel" and
"raymon.exe" say "OPEN FAIL", then you may not have such COM
port (even though we can see in "control panel"). This condition
is due to some problem in driver installation. Please contact
with us to fix your problem.
If we could open such COM port without any error message, then
we need to check hardware operation. If we had one loopback
connector to insert in such COM port. In normal condition we can
strike any key in keyboard and see the console out in screen.
If we strike any key in keyboard and there are no console out
in screen (the system is hung), then you may have IRQ assigned
with confliction to other device. Please change APCIe card to
other PCIe slot and you may be assigned other IRQ without
confliction. Or you may enter BIOS setup to let some IRQ value
to be used by ISA card in "legacy" mode.
Even though our APCIe card is IRQ shareable. But ISA card is
not IRQ shareable. When one IRQ is set to be "P&P mode" in BIOS
setup. And one ISA card need such IRQ (by jumper or manual set).
Then PCI BIOS may assign such IRQ to APCIe card. So we may
have big problem in APCIe card's IRQ service routine.
e) We can install Linux driver without any error message. But there are
correct action or system hung in next boot procedure.
NOTE: We offer source file type driver to install in Linux system.
So our driver will be compiled and linked with kernel source
file in current system configuration. But user may use the
booting image file for different system configuration. User
must use current kernel source file and configuration to
generate one image file to boot.
---16--Appendix D
A112I and A112 card usage
==========================
D-1: A112I card usage
A112I card can support two Ground isolated RS232/RS422/RS485 serial ports.
Each serial port can set to RS232/RS422/RS485 interface independently.
1. DIP SWITCH in SW1:
this is 4 bit DIP switch. bit1 & 2 is used to set for RS232
interface or RS422/RS485 interface. Bit 1 is set for port A and Bit 2
is set for Port B. When we set in OFF position(default condition),
port interface is RS232. When we set in ON position, port interface
is set by bit3 & 4 for RS422 or RS485. Bit 3 is used for port A and
bit 4 is used for port B. When we set in OFF position(default
condition), port interface is RS485. When we set in ON position,
port interface is RS422 mode.
2. usage in RS485 interface mode:
When user need to use port type RS485 interface, we need to set DIP
switch in SW1 to correct position(bit 1 & 2 in ON position and bit 3
& 4 in OFF position). Then we need to short pin2 & pin3 in DB9
connector as DATA+ signal and short pin4 & pin6 as DATA- signal
for RS485 connection.
User can also use our TB485 convertor for DB9 connector to 3 terminal
block for DATA+ , DATA- , GND connection.
3. Pin definition for DB9 connector:
Please check Appendix A-4 table for more information.
---17--D-2: A112 card usage
A112 card can support two RS232/RS422/RS485 serial ports.
Each serial port can set to RS232/RS422/RS485 interface independently.
1. DIP SWITCH in SW1:
this is 4 bit DIP switch. bit1 & 2 is used to set card number.
default condition is in ON position to set in 1'st card mode.
bit3 & 4 is used to set port interface type. bit3 is used for port A.
bit4 is used for port B. default condition is in ON position for
RS422 interface. When we set in OFF position (the other side of ON)
, port interface is RS485 mode.
2. usage in RS485 interface mode:
When user need to use port type RS485 interface, we need to set DIP
switch in SW1 to OFF position. Then we need to short pin2 & pin3 in
DB9 connector as DATA+ signal and short pin4 & pin6 as DATA- signal
for RS485 connection.
User can also use our TB485 convertor for DB9 connector to 3 terminal
block for DATA+ , DATA- , GND connection.
3. Pin definition for DB9 connector:
Please check Appendix A-4 table for more information.
---18--Appendix E
A132I and A132 card usage
==========================
E-1: A132I card usage
A132I card can support two Ground isolated RS422/RS485 serial ports.
Each serial port can set to RS422/RS485 interface independently.
1. DIP SWITCH in SW1:
this is 4 bit DIP switch. bit1 & 2 is no use. Port interface is set
by bit3 & 4 for RS422 or RS485. Bit 3 is used for port A and
bit 4 is used for port B. When we set in OFF position(default
condition), port interface is RS485. When we set in ON position,
port interface is RS422 mode.
2. usage in RS485 interface mode:
When user need to use port type RS485 interface, we need to set DIP
switch in SW1 to correct position(bit 3 & 4 in OFF position). Then
we need to short pin2 & pin3 in DB9 connector as DATA+ signal and
short pin4 & pin6 as DATA- signal for RS485 connection.
User can also use our TB485 convertor for DB9 connector to 3 terminal
block for DATA+ , DATA- , GND connection.
3. Pin definition for DB9 connector:
Please check Appendix A-4 table for more information.
---19--E-2: A132 card usage
A132 card can support two RS422/RS485 serial ports.
Each serial port can set to RS422/RS485 interface independently.
1. DIP SWITCH in SW1:
this is 4 bit DIP switch. bit1 & 2 is no use. Port interface is set
by bit3 & 4 for RS422 or RS485. Bit 3 is used for port A and
bit 4 is used for port B. When we set in OFF position(default
condition), port interface is RS485. When we set in ON position,
port interface is RS422 mode.
2. usage in RS485 interface mode:
When user need to use port type RS485 interface, we need to set DIP
switch in SW1 to correct position(bit 3 & 4 in OFF position). Then
we need to short pin2 & pin3 in DB9 connector as DATA+ signal and
short pin4 & pin6 as DATA- signal for RS485 connection.
User can also use our TB485 convertor for DB9 connector to 3 terminal
block for DATA+ , DATA- , GND connection.
3. Pin definition for DB9 connector:
Please check Appendix A-4 table for more information.
---20--Appendix F
A134I and A134 card usage
==========================
F-1: A134I card usage
A134I card can support four Ground isolated RS422/RS485 serial ports.
Each serial port can set to RS422/RS485 interface independently.
1. DIP SWITCH in SW1:
this is 4 bit DIP switch to set interface type. Bit1 is used for
port A. Bit2 is used for port B. Bit 3 is used for port C and
bit 4 is used for port D. When we set in OFF position(default
condition), port interface is RS485. When we set in ON position,
port interface is RS422 mode.
2. usage in RS485 interface mode:
When user need to use port type RS485 interface, we need to set DIP
switch in SW1 to OFF position. Then we need to short pin2 & pin3 in
DB9 connector as DATA+ signal and short pin4 & pin6 as DATA- signal
for RS485 connection.
User can also use our TB485 convertor for DB9 connector to 3 terminal
block for DATA+ , DATA- , GND connection.
3. Pin definition for DB9 connector:
Please check Appendix A-4 table for more information.
---21--F-2: A134 card usage
A134 card can support four RS422/RS485 serial ports.
Each serial port can set to RS422/RS485 interface independently.
1. DIP SWITCH in SW2:
this is 4 bit DIP switch to set interface type. Bit1 is used for
port A. Bit2 is used for port B. Bit 3 is used for port C and
bit 4 is used for port D. When we set in OFF position(default
condition), port interface is RS485. When we set in ON position,
port interface is RS422 mode.
2. usage in RS485 interface mode:
When user need to use port type RS485 interface, we need to set DIP
switch in SW2 to OFF position. Then we need to short pin2 & pin3 in
DB9 connector as DATA+ signal and short pin4 & pin6 as DATA- signal
for RS485 connection.
User can also use our TB485 convertor for DB9 connector to 3 terminal
block for DATA+ , DATA- , GND connection.
3. Pin definition for DB9 connector:
Please check Appendix A-4 table for more information.
---22--Appendix G
A124I and A114 card usage
==========================
G-1: A124I card usage
A124I card can support two RS232 serial ports and two Ground isolated
RS422/RS485 serial ports. Port A and B are RS232 serial ports. Port C
and D serial port can set to RS422/RS485 interface independently.
1. DIP SWITCH in SW1:
this is 4 bit DIP switch. bit1 & 2 is no use.
bit3 & 4 is used to set port interface type. bit3 is used for port C.
bit4 is used for port D. When we set in OFF position(default
condition), port interface is RS485. When we set in ON position,
port interface is RS422 mode.
2. usage in RS485 interface mode:
When user need to use port type RS485 interface, we need to set DIP
switch in SW1 to OFF position. Then we need to short pin2 & pin3 in
DB9 connector as DATA+ signal and short pin4 & pin6 as DATA- signal
for RS485 connection.
User can also use our TB485 convertor for DB9 connector to 3 terminal
block for DATA+ , DATA- , GND connection.
3. Pin definition for DB9 connector:
Please check Appendix A-4 table for more information.
---23--G-2: A114 card usage
A114 card can support four RS232/RS422/RS485 serial ports.
Each serial port can set to RS232/RS422/RS485 interface independently.
DIP switch in SW1 is used to set for RS232 or RS422/RS485 interface.
DIP switch in SW2 is used to set for RS422 or RS485 interface.
1. DIP SWITCH in SW1:
this is 4 bit DIP switch to set interface type. Bit1 is used for
port A. Bit2 is used for port B. Bit 3 is used for port C and
bit 4 is used for port D. When we set in OFF position(default
condition), port interface is RS232. When we set in ON position,
port interface is RS422 or RS485 mode set by DIP Switch in SW2.
2. DIP SWITCH in SW2:
this is 4 bit DIP switch to set interface type. Bit1 is used for
port A. Bit2 is used for port B. Bit 3 is used for port C and
bit 4 is used for port D. When we set in OFF position(default
condition), port interface is RS485. When we set in ON position,
port interface is RS422 mode. DIP Switch in SW1 must be set in
ON location.
3. usage in RS485 interface mode:
When user need to use port type RS485 interface, we need to set DIP
switch in SW1 to ON position and SW2 to OFF position. Then we
need to short pin2 & pin3 in DB9 connector as DATA+ signal and short
pin4 & pin6 as DATA- signal for RS485 connection.
User can also use our TB485 convertor for DB9 connector to 3 terminal
block for DATA+ , DATA- , GND connection.
4. Pin definition for DB9 connector:
Please check Appendix A-4 table for more information.
---24--Appendix H
AL124L and AL224L card usage
==========================
H-1: AL124L card usage
AL124L card can support two RS232 serial ports and two RS422/RS485 serial ports. Port A
and B are RS232 serial ports. Port C and D serial port can set to RS422/RS485 interface
independently.
1. DIP SWITCH in SW1:
this is 4 bit DIP switch. bit1 & 2 is no use.
bit3 & 4 is used to set port interface type. bit3 is used for port C.
bit4 is used for port D. When we set in OFF position(default
condition), port interface is RS485. When we set in ON position,
port interface is RS422 mode.
2. usage in RS485 interface mode:
When user need to use port type RS485 interface, we need to set DIP
switch in SW1 to OFF position. Then we need to short pin2 & pin3 in
DB9 connector as DATA+ signal and short pin4 & pin6 as DATA- signal
for RS485 connection.
User can also use our TB485 convertor for DB9 connector to 3 terminal
block for DATA+ , DATA- , GND connection.
3. Pin definition for DB9 connector:
Please check Appendix A-4 table for more information.
---25--H-2: AL224L card usage
AL224L card can support two RS232 and two RS232/RS422/RS485 serial ports. Port A and B
is RS232 interface. Port C and D can set to RS232/RS422/RS485 interface independently.
DIP switch in SW1 is used to set for RS232 or RS422/RS485 interface.
1. DIP SWITCH in SW1:
this is 4 bit DIP switch to set interface type. Bit1 and Bit2 is used to set port
in RS232 or RS422/RS485. When we set bit1/2 in OFF location (default condition), port
interface is RS232. When we set bit1/2 in ON location, port interface is RS422 or RS485 depend
on bit3 and bit 4 setting. When we set bit3/4 in OFF location (default condition), interface
is RS485. When we set bit3/4 in ON location, interface is RS422. Bit1 is used for port C.
Bit2 is used for port D. Bit 3 is used for port C and bit 4 is used for port D.
2. usage in RS485 interface mode:
When user need to use port type RS485 interface, we need to set DIP
switch in SW1 to ON position and SW2 to OFF position. Then we
need to short pin2 & pin3 in DB9 connector as DATA+ signal and short
pin4 & pin6 as DATA- signal for RS485 connection.
User can also use our TB485 convertor for DB9 connector to 3 terminal
block for DATA+ , DATA- , GND connection.
3. Pin definition for DB9 connector:
Please check Appendix A-4 table for more information.
---26--Appendix I
A138 and A118 card usage
==========================
I-1: A138 card usage
A138 card can support eight RS422/RS485 serial ports.
Each serial port can set to RS422/RS485 interface independently.
1. DIP SWITCH in SW2 & SW4:
SW2 is used to set for port A--D. SW4 is used to set for port E--H.
this is 4 bit DIP switch to set interface type. Bit1 is used for
port A and E. Bit2 is used for port B and F. Bit 3 is used for
port C and G. Bit 4 is used for port D and H. When we set
in OFF position(default condition), port interface is RS485.
When we set in ON position, port interface is RS422 mode.
2. usage in RS485 interface mode:
When user need to use port type RS485 interface, we need to set DIP
switch in SW2 or SW4 to OFF position. Then we need to short
pin2 & pin3 in DB9 connector as DATA+ signal and short pin4 & pin6
as DATA- signal for RS485 connection.
User can also use our TB485 convertor for DB9 connector to 3 terminal
block for DATA+ , DATA- , GND connection.
3. Pin definition for DB9 connector:
Please check Appendix A-4 table for more information.
---27--I-2: A118 card usage
A118 card can support eight RS232/RS422/RS485 serial ports.
Each serial port can set to RS232/RS422/RS485 interface independently.
DIP switch in SW1 and SW3 is used to set for RS232 or RS422/RS485 interface.
DIP switch in SW2 and SW4 is used to set for RS422 or RS485 interface.
1. DIP SWITCH in SW1 and SW3:
SW1 is used to set for port A--D. SW3 is used to set for port E--H.
this is 4 bit DIP switch to set interface type. Bit1 is used for
port A and E. Bit2 is used for port B and F. Bit 3 is used for
port C and G. Bit 4 is used for port D and H. When we set
in OFF position(default condition), port interface is RS232.
When we set in ON position, port interface is RS422 or RS485 mode
and set by SW2 & SW4.
2. DIP SWITCH in SW2 & SW4:
SW2 is used to set for port A--D. SW4 is used to set for port E--H.
this is 4 bit DIP switch to set interface type. Bit1 is used for
port A and E. Bit2 is used for port B and F. Bit 3 is used for
port C and G. Bit 4 is used for port D and H. When we set
in OFF position(default condition), port interface is RS485.
When we set in ON position, port interface is RS422 mode.
3. usage in RS485 interface mode:
When user need to use port type RS485 interface, we need to set DIP
switch in SW1 & SW3 to ON position and SW2 & SW4 to OFF position.
Then we need to short pin2 & pin3 in DB9 connector as DATA+ signal
and short pin4 & pin6 as DATA- signal for RS485 connection.
User can also use our TB485 convertor for DB9 connector to 3 terminal
block for DATA+ , DATA- , GND connection.
4. Pin definition for DB9 connector:
Please check Appendix A-4 table for more information.
------28-----Appendix J
RAYON REPAIR PROCEDURE
==========================
1. RETURN MATERIAL AUTHORIZATION (RMA or RA)
RAYON requires that you provide the following information :
* Model number
* RAYON serial number
* The reason for returning the products
######################################################################
# We strongly suggest that you can check with RAYON by E_mail before#
#you can confirm the reason for returning the products. Because some #
#problem may be due to wrong software usage or setup only.
#
#
#
rayon@ms1.hinet.net
######################################################################
* Your purchase-order number
You will be given the following information from your RAYON Service
Representative:
* Your Return Material Authorization Number (RMA or RA Number)
* Information regarding applicable charges
* The address to which you will return the products
2. REPAIR CHARGES
All RAYON products have a one year warranty. Products that are damaged or
modified are not covered.
This limited warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship in your
RAYON-branded hardware products. This limited warranty does not cover
problems that result from:
*external causes such as accident,abuse,misuse,or problems with
electrical power.
*Servicing not authorized by us.
*Usage that is not in accordance with product instructions.
*Failure to follow the product instructions or failure to perform
preventive maintenance.
Products that are covered under the original warranty and that are found
defective by RAYON will be repaired at no cost. A standard handling and
testing charge will be assessed for products returned for warranty repair
that are found to be operating properly.
Products that are no longer covered under warranty will be repaired, if
deemed repairable, for a flat rate charge regardless of the repair work
required.
Please contact the nearest RAYON Service Center for current pricing
information.
APCIe 卡在 Windows 系統驅動程式安裝步驟
一、 我們可以在沒有插 APCIe 卡的情況下,先執行”StnSetup.exe”來安裝驅動程式文
檔.則在插上 APCIe 卡開機時 Windows 系統會自動進行驅動程式的安裝就不必再
手動安裝.如果未做此動作則需要下列步驟來手動安裝.我們強烈建議用
StnSetup.exe 的自動方式.
二、 APCIe 系列卡在 Windows 2000/XP/Vista 手動安裝步驟
1.
如左下圖,PnP 找到卡後,選擇 ”不,現在不要” => 按”下一步”
2. 如右上圖,選擇 ”從清單或特定位置安裝” => 按”下一步”
3. 如左下圖,指定驅動程式路徑,例…G:\PCIe_Card\APCIe\Win32
4.
如右上圖,按”繼續安裝”如左下圖,已經安裝成功,按”完成”,其後 COM 安
裝需重覆 1~5 步驟
5. 如右上圖,在裝置管理員中可察看安裝完畢之畫面
三、 APCIe 系列卡在 Windows 7 安裝步驟(以 A168 8port 卡為範本)
1. 因為 Windows 7 系統不會自動安裝內接卡驅動程式,但會顯示驚歎號,故須手
動進入=>電腦=>系統內容=>裝置管理員,如左下圖,雙擊”PCI 簡單通訊控制
器”
註:2 Port 及 4 port 卡為雙擊”PCI 序列埠”
2. 如右上圖,按”更新驅動程式”
3. 如左下圖,按”瀏覽電腦上的驅動程式軟體”
如
右上圖,指定驅動程式路徑,例…G:\PCIe_Card\APCIe\Win32
4. 如左下圖,按”仍然安裝此驅動程式軟體”
5. 如右上圖,已經安裝完成,按”關閉”
6. 如左下圖,在裝置管理員中按”掃描硬體變更”
7. 如右上圖,在其他裝置底下,全部自動安裝為”Multifunction Device”
註:2 Port 及 4 Port 卡則顯示”PCIe to High Speed Serial Port”,到此安裝完畢。
8 Port 卡仍要往下繼續安裝。
8. 在右上圖雙擊任一個”Multifunction Device”,出現左下圖,按”更新驅動程式”
9. 如右上圖,按”瀏覽電腦上的驅動程式軟體”
10. 如左下圖,指定驅動程式路徑,例…G:\PCIe_Card\APCIe\Win32
11. 如右上圖,按”仍然安裝此驅動程式軟體”
12. 如左下圖,已經安裝成功,按”關閉”
13. 如左下圖,在裝置管理員中按”掃描硬體變更”
14. 如右上圖,在連接埠底下,自動安裝為”PCIe to High Speed Serial Port”
※ 到此,表示已安裝成功完畢。
Advanced PCIe Card
Model
RS232 RS422 RS485
Isolated
RS232
Isolated
RS422
Isolated
RS485
Total
Port#
A102
2
×
×
×
×
×
2
A132
×
2
2
×
×
×
2
A112
2
2
2
×
×
×
2
A102I
×
×
×
2
×
×
2
A132I
×
×
×
×
2
2
2
A112I
×
×
×
2
2
2
2
A104
4
×
×
×
×
×
4
AL104L
4
x
x
x
x
x
4
POS104EL
4
x
x
x
x
x
4
A134
×
4
4
×
×
×
4
AL134L
x
4
4
x
x
x
4
AL124L
2
2
2
x
x
x
4
AL224L
4
2
2
x
x
x
4
A114
4
4
4
×
×
×
4
A134I
×
×
×
×
4
4
4
A124I
2
×
×
×
2
2
4
A168
8
×
×
×
×
×
8
A138
×
8
8
×
×
×
8
A118
8
8
8
×
×
×
8
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