User manual XPL Rail 4M - R3A30
I2SE GmbH
January 17, 2017
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Contents
1 Your XPL Rail 4M - R3A30
1.1 Notes regarding this manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.2 Proper Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.3 I2SE on the Internet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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2 Function
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3 Installation
3.1 Important safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2 Installation of the device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4 Putting into service
4.1 Putting into service the Powerline connection by means of the push button method
4.2 Putting into service the Powerline connection using software . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3 Configuration of the XPL Rail device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3.1 Locating the device in the network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3.2 Startscreen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3.3 Physical IO channel configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3.4 Virtual Channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3.5 Network configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3.6 Powerline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3.7 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5 Interface for third-party software
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6 LED States
6.1 PLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2 IP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.3 LED for each physical channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7 Touch Button
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8 Application Examples
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9 Maintenance and Cleaning
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10 Technical Data
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11 Legal Notes
11.1 Licenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11.2 Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Revisions
Revision
3
Released
January 17, 2017
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December 19, 2016
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May 30, 2016
Changes
Add notes about IO channel states and Powerline Ethernet adapter
limitations
synchronized product name spellings, configuration backup/restore
mentioned, powerline page documented
initial release
c 2015-2016 I2SE GmbH
Copyright All rights reserved. This operating instruction may not be reproduced in any way, whether in whole or in part, or
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publisher.
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product characteristics. I2SE shall be liable solely to the degree specified in the terms of sale and delivery.
Distribution and reproduction of the documentation and software supplied with this product and the use of its content
is subject to prior written approval by I2SE.
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YOUR XPL RAIL 4M - R3A30
Your XPL Rail 4M - R3A30
Thank you very much for your trust. We are happy that you have choosen an XPL Rail device. With only a few steps
your device is ready for use and can perform your control applications.
1.1
Notes regarding this manual
Please read this manual carefully before commissioning your XPL Rail device.
Keep this manual and / or the installation guide for later reference.
The manual is to be considered as a part of the device and has to be passed together with it if you hand it to other
persons.
Used Symbols:
Attention! A hazard is pointed out.
Note. This section contains additional important information.
1.2
Proper Use
The device is part of the supply network. The applicable standards and guidelines of the specific country are
to be fulfilled while planning and installation. The device may only be operated in 230V/50Hz mains circuits. Only
electrically qualified persons are allowed to work on mains circuits. The usual regulations for prevention of accidents
are to be followed. To prevent electrical shock you have to disconnect mains from the circuit you are working on.
Not following those installation instructions may lead to fire or danger for life.
Do only operate the device indoor and prevent the influence of moisture, dust as well as sun- and other head
radiation. Only load the device up to the specified limits. Exceeding those limits may damage the device and can
lead to fire or danger for life.
The devices are not to be used for electrically safe disconnection from mains.
The device may not be opened by the user. Opening the device exposes you to the danger of electric shock.
The device is free of maintanance for the operator. In the case the device is damaged disconnect it from it’s supply
and hand it over to trained service staff.
A damage may be:
• the power cord is damaged
• the device had contact to moisture
• the device does not operate after correct installation
• the case of the device is broken
For electrical connection to the device terminals please note the specified lead types and stripping lengths in the
datasheet.
Please note the regulatory requirements for installations in distribution boards.
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1.3
I2SE on the Internet
1.3
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FUNCTION
I2SE on the Internet
More information about our products and about Powerline Communication can be found on our website
www.i2se.com.
On the product page for your device you can find product description, documentation as well as updated firmware.
If you have further ideas about our products please contact us via E-Mail at support@i2se.com.
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Function
• 3 digital relay outputs (normally open)
– can be used with pulse output mode
– multiple configuration details for each physical channel
• 3 analog outputs (0-10 V, 1-10 V)
• persistant storage of configuration
• support for multiple standard network protocols
(DNS, DHCP, AutoIP, TCP/IP, HTTP, IGMP, ICMP, IPv4-Multicast, UPnP)
• simple mounting on standard DIN rails
• additional grid power output terminals with integrated powerline filter
• encrypted communication via powerline (HomePlug AV)
• Touch Button for easy encryption setup and resetting the device to factory defaults
• integrated client for internet portal connectivity to ease device setup within the local network, can be turned
off
• RESTful JSON-based API for 3rd-party software
Figure 1: Control Elements and Connectors
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INSTALLATION
Installation
3.1
Important safety instructions
The following safety instructions must be read carefully and clearly understood prior to the assembly of the device.
Please keep these safety instructions for future reference.
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The installation and assembly may only be carried out by a qualified electrician.
This device, which is supplied with mains power, has to be secured by means of a max. B16A
circuit breaker. In case of a multi-phase connection, such a circuit breaker has to be provided for each
connected outer conductor. These circuit breakers are to be installed directly next to each other.
• This device is designed for installation on DIN rails which provide fire protection as per DIN EN 60950-1.
• The device may only be installed in dry areas.
• Do not insert any objects in the slots and openings on the housing.
• Make sure that the device is not exposed to heat sources which may lead to overheating.
• Ensure adequate ventilation at the site of installation.
• The device may only be connected in the range of overvoltage category 3 or lower.
• The device may not be opened by the user. The interior of the housing does not contain any parts to be
maintained.
• Do not operate the device in supply networks which do not comply with the specifications on the type plate.
3.2
Installation of the device
Place the DIN rail mounted device on the DIN rail and snap it. Make sure that the catch spring is completely snapped
in and the device is firmly attached to the rail.
Strip the wire ends of the mains supply line to a length of 8mm without damaging the plain core. Please observe
the allowed line cross-sections.
Wire the mains supply with the 230V mains voltage in accordance with the following circuit diagrams. In case of a
single-phase connection (see Figure 2) only L and N are to be connected. In case of a three-phase connection (see
Figure 3), all phases are to be connected, whereas the connection of phases 2 and 3 is only used to communicate
via several phases. Only connection L is used for power supply besides communication.
Only electrically qualified persons may connect the relay outputs.
After the electrical connection has been established, all connections must be protected from accidental contact
using a cover before the power can be switched on.
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3.2
Installation of the device
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INSTALLATION
Figure 2: Single-phase connection
Figure 3: Three-phase connection
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PUTTING INTO SERVICE
Putting into service
Before an XPL Rail can be completely put into service, it may be necessary in most cases to parametrize the device
or the terminals following the installation, depending on the customer situation. For this purpose, a computer (or
notebook) with browser (for example Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or Apple Safari) is
required for the configuration of the device. For this purpose, the computer must be capable of accessing the XPL
Rail via the Powerline connection. It is recommended to use a standard-type Powerline Ethernet adapter. These
adapters are available with different characteristics (for example only with LAN or with LAN and Wi-Fi, different
speeds) at various providers. XPL Rail devices are compatible with any adapter manufactured as per HomePlug AV
standard, i.e. they are compatible with any adapters designed for a speed of at least 200MBit. It is a prerequisite
for the next steps to successfully put into service such a Powerline Ethernet adapter. Please read the supplied
instruction of the Powerline Ethernet adapter manufacturer as well. The easiest way is to connect the Powerline
Ethernet adapter with a wall-mounted socket and to connect it to the existing router (see Figure 4) by means of a
network cable. A direct connection between the computer and the Powerline Ethernet adapter can be established
as well (see Figure 5).
Figure 4: Connection between notebook and XPL Rail via router and Powerline Ethernet adapter
Figure 5: Direct connection between notebook and XPL Rail via router and Powerline Ethernet adapter
Then, follow the steps as described in Putting into service the Powerline connection by means of push button
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4.1
Putting into service the Powerline connection by means of the push button method
4 PUTTING INTO SERVICE
method or Putting into service the Powerline connection using software. Both methods have advantages
and disadvantages. The first method is recommended if the manufacturer of the Powerline Ethernet adapter does
not supply any software, or the software is not (yet) installed or can or shall not be used. If such a software
is available and ready-to-use, it is recommended to use it as it can usually graphically represent the Powerline
network. Furthermore, the user can get a better understanding of the Powerline network.
The following solutions are, among others, available for the respective products of the manufacturers:
• AVM GmbH: FRITZ!Powerline for Powerline adapter of the same-named series
R products
• Devolo AG: devolo Cockpit for devolo’s dLAN
By default, HomeplugAV-compatible individual devices supplied are encrypted with the standard password HomePlugAV. Thus, these individual devices can be immediately combined with HomeplugAV-compatible devices of other
manufacturers which have this standard password as well. The disadvantage of this standard password is that it
does not provide any confidentiality and it enables a crosstalk between network packages, for example, in apartment
buildings. It is strongly recommended to configure an individual encryption for the own Powerline network. Please
read the instruction of your Powerline Ethernet adapter for further information.
Notes:
• The use of the Powerline Ethernet adapter is only necessary to access the configuration interface of an XPL
Rail by means of a computer and browser. Depending on the application, the Powerline Ethernet adapter is
then no longer required and can be removed (for example, if no network connection is required or desired
and only XPL Rail are to be coupled together).
• Please note that the number of nodes in a Powerline network may be restricted by the Powerline Ethernet
adapter. For the exact number, refer to the manufacturer’s documentation.
In order to simplify the selection of a suitable Powerline Ethernet adapter, we selected some examples. These
adapters are compatible with the XPL Rail family and support at least 64 nodes in the Powerline network:
• Allnet ALL1681205
• Devolo dLAN 1200+
• TP-LINK TL-PA8010P AV1200
• Netgear PLP1200-100PES
• AVM FRITZ!Powerline 1000E
4.1
Putting into service the Powerline connection by means of the push button method
The connection between the Powerline Ethernet adapter and the XPL Rail is established as follows:
1. Place your finger on the touch symbol on the front panel for 5 to 8 seconds until the PLC LED lights up in
orange. After removing the finger, a potential already stored Powerline password will be deleted. The device
will generate a random password and stores it internally. The PLC LED light ups in red and shows the new
condition as no Powerline connection to another device is established.
2. A pushbutton or the like has to be pressed on the Powerline Ethernet adapter, which establishes the connection to the router or the computer, in order to start the coupling process. Depending on the manufacturer,
this pushbutton can have different names. Please read the operating instruction of your Powerline Ethernet
adapter. Usually, this process is indicated by means of a flashing LED.
3. Now, place your finger on the touch symbol on the XPL Rail for 1 to 3 seconds. As soon as the PLC LED
lights up green, the finger can be removed and the PLC LED starts flashing. This indicates that the XPL Rail
has started to join an existing network.
It may take up to one minute until the joining to the Powerline network is completed following the last step on the
XPL Rail. This depends, among others, on the signal quality of the Powerline network. If no connection could be
established to a Powerline network, the PLC LED on the XPL Rail lights up red again. Please note that the PLC
LED can also light up red for a few seconds after successfully joining a network. Subsequently, however, it should
be permanently lit green.
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Putting into service the Powerline connection using software
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PUTTING INTO SERVICE
• The time between pressing the pushbutton on the Powerline Ethernet adapter and removing the finger from
the touch symbol on the XPL Rail may not exceed 2 minutes.
• Furthermore, it is only possible to add one single device to the Powerline network at a time. This process is
to be repeated if several XPL rails are to be put into service.
4.2
Putting into service the Powerline connection using software
You can also add the device by means of DAK (Device Access Key, often also called device password or security ID)
to an existing Powerline network or couple it with a Powerline Ethernet adapter. The DAK is indicated on the device
label of the XPL Rail. It consists of 4 x 4 letters, separated by hyphens, for example: COSE-NOW-LAXU-VAYU.
Note this DAK and install the device in the power grid.
Figure 6: Example label for XPL Rail 4M - R3A30
After the device has been put into service, you can add the device to the existing Powerline network using the
software of your Powerline Ethernet adapter (for example FRITZ!Powerline or devolo Cockpit). In doing so, the DAK
is to be entered. Please refer to the documentation of your Powerline Ethernet adapter for further information about
this process.
4.3
4.3.1
Configuration of the XPL Rail device
Locating the device in the network
here are several possibilities to access the configuration interface if the XPL Rail is connected to the router of a
local network by means of a Powerline Ethernet adapter. The configuration interface is provided by an integrated
web server and can be controlled using a browser (for example Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome
or Apple Safari). The IP address of the XPL Rail is to be entered in the browser’s address bar in order to open the
interface. By default, the XPL Rail is set to DHCP, i.e. the IP address is dynamically assigned by the router. If an
XPL Rail has been set to a static IP address it is sufficient to directly enter the static IP address in order to open the
configuration interface. Otherwise, there are four ways to find out the IP address of the device:
• via portal connection
1. Open the internet address http://give-me-the.link in the browser.
2. You will get a list of devices in your local network which have been already logged on the portal.
3. Here, you can now click on a link in order to access the configuration interface of the respective device.
4. Please note that this will only work if:
– XPL Rail and browser are connected to the internet via the same router,
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Configuration of the XPL Rail device
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PUTTING INTO SERVICE
– the internet access is not blocked by a firewall or the like,
– the portal connection in the XPL Rail is not deactivated.
• via UPnP (Universal Plug-and-Play)
1. Open the Windows explorer and search for the ,,Network” symbol.
2. By clicking on the symbol, all devices in the network are listed.
3. All XPL Rail devices found are indicated by means of a symbol. In the as-delivered state, the name of
the symbol indicates the default host name, which consists of the prefix ,,xplr4-r3a30-” and the last four
characters of the MAC address 2. Open the configuration interface by double-clicking this symbol.
4. Please note that this will only work if the UPnP is not blocked by the Windows firewall. In case of doubt,
please contact your network and/or system administrator.
Figure 7: UPnP symbol in the network environment
• via DNS resolution
Open the internet address http://xplr4-r3a30-<mac>/ in the browser. Replace the character string
<mac>by the last four characters of the MAC address 2 (for example: if the MAC address 2 is
00:01:87:ab:cd:ef, then the internet address is http://xplr4-r3a30-cdef/). xplr4-r3a30-<mac>is the
default host name of your device. If the router assigns an IP address to your device, it will previously send
this host name. If supported by your router, the IP address assigned by the router can be assigned to this
name by means of which the browser can then directly access the configuration interface. If you changed the
default host name, you will have to use your selected host name. Please note that this will only work, if the
router provides this functionality (this applies to most of the models manufactured in 2012 or later, often this
even applies to previous series).
• via the web interface of your router.
Routers (for example FRITZ!Box, Speedport...) often also provide a web interface, containing a list of all
known network devices. Partially, a login is required for the router interface. Please refer to the documentation
of your router for further information.
4.3.2
Startscreen
On the startscreen of the configuration website you see a schematical drawing of the device including the coloured
device LEDs that represent the state of the device and it’s IO channels.
If a relay channel is configured without coupling to a virtual channel you can change the state of that channel by
toggling the corresponding switch on the startscreen.
For analog output channels the current output is displayed. If it is configured without coupling to a virtual channel
you can change the output value of that channel by typing in the value in an input box.
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4.3
Configuration of the XPL Rail device
4.3.3
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PUTTING INTO SERVICE
Physical IO channel configuration
On this page you can setup each physical channel individually. A physical channel is a pair of clamps. The labeling
of the tabs correspond to the number of the channel.
• Label:
can be used to assign an up to 16 characters long name to each channel i.e. ,,livingroom”
• Type:
configured the channel as Disabled, Analog input, Digital input, Digital output or S0 input.
• Mode:
Depending on the selected Type you have different options:
– Normal - default setting without any of the below specials
– Single pulse - generates an pulse signal on outputs
• Level:
selection between Direct und Inverted while Direct passes the signal without change and Inverted
inverts the state.
• Delay On time:
delays the signal for off-on transitions
• Delay Off time:
delays the signal for on-off transitions
• Pulse width:
the value of the pulse length
• Assign Virtual Channel/Virtual Channel ID:
see chapter Virtual Channels (subsubsection 4.3.4)
Note:
• The actual state of an IO channel is kept in volatile memory, so it may be lost under certain conditions (power
outage, firmware update, software reset, reset to factory defaults).
Timing Examples for a digital output (DO)
4.3.4
Virtual Channels
Using Virtual Channel inputs and outputs can be coupled across multiple devices. It is distinguished between
analog virtual channels and digital virtual channels. Each of this channels is addressed with an ID as integer
between 1 and 65535.
An analog virtual channel with ID 1 is not linked to digital virtual channel with ID 1. Both can exist in
parallel without interference.
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Configuration of the XPL Rail device
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PUTTING INTO SERVICE
A virtual channel can only have one signal source. This means that only one input in the whole network can have a
distinct ID. On the other hand a virtual channel can be assigned to multiple outputs.
Example:
A temperature sensor with analog voltage output shall be connected to a programmable logic controller. Due to the
distance between the sensor and the controller this must be done via Powerline Communication. To accomplish
this task you can use XPL Rail 4M - R3A30 in conjunction with XPL Rail 4M - IO600. The temperature sensor
is connected to an analog inout of the XPL Rail 4M - IO600. This input channel is then configured to use virtual
channel ID 1. The conversion back to analog voltage signals is done in the XPL Rail 4M - R3A30. It’s virtual channel
ID must also be set to 1.
Note: Assigning a virtual channel to a physical channel disables manual control via configuration website.
Attention: Assigning multiple inputs to the same virtual channel may lead to unexpected behaviour. Connected
outputs may begin to oscillate.
4.3.5
Network configuration
On this page you can change settings that are used for integration in your local network.
General settings A name that can be choosen freely is used for DHCP-request to your router. The router on the
other hand can use this name to provide you a list of devices that registered to the DHCP server. Depending on
your router this may also enable DNS name resolution with this name.
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4.3
Configuration of the XPL Rail device
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PUTTING INTO SERVICE
IPv4 You can select between static IP address and DHCP on this page. When DHCP is selected but no DHCP
server can be found on the network the device selects an IP address according to the Auto-IP-Standard in the range
169.254.0.0/16. This allows you to directly connect the device with your PC to get to the configuration website.
It is advisable to temporarily change the Windows firewall settings to allow ,,Network Discovery” in order
to find Auto-IP configured devices via UPnP.
For more details regarding this settings talk to your network or system administrator.
Multicast Virtual channels are transmitted via UDP/IP multicast. All devices that shall operate in cooperation with
each other need to have the same multicast address and the same UDP port configured. Usually it is not needed
to change the factory defaults (Multicast address: 239.255.255.250; UDP port: 4109). Only change those settings
when advised to do so by your local network administrator or customer service.
IP discovery client The device connects to an internet server (discovery server) to make finding it in the local
network easier, the transmitted data include: the internal IP address, MAC address, hostname and device type. No
other personal data is transmitted.
The time interval for the connections to the discovery server can be configured via the parameter Request
interval and has a default value of 60 seconds. This means that the device connects to the discovery server
once every minute.
Your network carrier may charge you for this periodic transmission if the included traffic of your internet
plan is exceeded.
If other discovery mechanisms (see Locating the device in the network (subsubsection 4.3.1)) can be used you can
also disable the IP discovery client completely.
4.3.6
Powerline
This page offers an overview of the powerline network. The first item in the list gives technical details of the
current XPL Rail device. Further list items show details of connected powerline devices, e.g. powerline chipset,
firmware versions and data rates. It is possible that not all devices of other manufacturers provide all the requested
information. The web frontend of other discovered XPL Rail devices can be reached by clicking on the corresponding
list item.
Futhermore, this page offers the possibility to add new powerline devices via DAK (Device Access Key) or push
button simple connect. Furthermore this page allows setting a new powerline key for the local device or resetting
the powerline configuration to factory defaults.
4.3.7
Maintenance
On this page you can find important device identifiers like model number, serial number but also information about
the used firmware version.
Furthermore you can update the device firmware on this page. Please regularly check for updates on the manufacturers website. These updates may fix existing malfunctions of the device as well as add new features.
It is also possible to download a backup of the IO channel configuration or to upload such a backup file to restore
an IO channel configuration. This helps e.g. to deploy customized IO channel configurations over multiple devices.
Via two buttons you may also initiate the following two actions:
1. Reset: forces the device to execute a restart and sets every temporary settings to their initial on state.
2. Blink: Blinks all LEDs of the device for approximately 10 seconds. This function may be used to find a device
in the cabinet where it is mounted amongs multiple other devices of the same type.
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INTERFACE FOR THIRD-PARTY SOFTWARE
Interface for third-party software
The device offers a programming interface (API) for third party software. This interface is an REST-conform API that
provides and processes JSON encoded data.
Reading and setting parameters is always possible via this interface. But it is not possible to write to physical output
channels that are assigned to virtual channels. Write requests to such channels are silently ignored.
Details about that interface are documented in a separate documentation.
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TOUCH BUTTON
LED States
The device has 8 LEDs to visualize the device state and to show the current state of inputs and outputs.
6.1
PLC
Color
green
red
green
Mode
steady
steady
slow blink (2 times/s)
Meaning
A powerline connection other devices is established
No powerline connection to other devices
Push Button Simple Connect is active
In conjunction to the usage of the touch button this LED is also used as visual feedback. Please see the following
section about the touch button for more information.
6.2
IP
Color
red
green
green
red
orange
6.3
Mode
off
steady
slow blink (2 times/s)
steady
fast blink (5 times/s)
fast blink (5 times/s)
Meaning
The device does not have a valid IP address
The device self-assigned an IP address via auto-IP
The device got an IP address via DHCP
The device connected to the IP discovery server successfully
A firmware update is processing
A firmware update is processing
LED for each physical channel
Color
red
green
orange
Mode
off
steady
steady
steady
Meaning
The channel is deactivated.
The channel is turned off (LOW). *
The channel is turned on (HIGH).
The channel is configured as analog output.
*) this state is also used in overload protection of analog output channels
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Touch Button
The device has touch sensor that is used to initiate different actions. To use this button put your finger on the finger
symbol and after a certain time (see table below) remove your finger again. The color of the LED helps to know
what action will be executed when you remove your finger.
Actuation time [seconds]
0-1
1-3
3-5
5-8
8 - 15
15 - 18
>18
Color of the PLC LED
off
green
off
orange
off
red
aus
Initiated function
none
Push Button Simple Connect
none
Assign a random network security key
none
reset the device to factory settings
none
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TECHNICAL DATA
Application Examples
Figure 8: Coniguration of physical channel 3 as digital output to completely power off the dimmable power supply
that is controlled by physical output 4 (analog output)
9
Maintenance and Cleaning
The device does not need maintenance. If it is defective and needs to be repaired send it back to your seller or the
manufacturer.
10
Technical Data
All technical data is documented in the datasheet.
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11.1
LEGAL NOTES
Legal Notes
Licenses
The device firmware includes software components with the following licenses:
Copyright : 1997 - 2014 Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification,
are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
o Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list
of conditions and the following disclaimer.
o Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this
list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or
other materials provided with the distribution.
o Neither the name of Freescale Semiconductor, Inc. nor the names of its
contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this
software without specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" AND
ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE
DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR
ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES;
LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON
ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
http: www.freescale.com
mail: support@freescale.com
Copyright (c) 2001-2004 Swedish Institute of Computer Science.
All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification,
are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice,
this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice,
this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation
and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3. The name of the author may not be used to endorse or promote products
derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR ‘‘AS IS’’ AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT
SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,
EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT
OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS
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11.2
Disposal
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LEGAL NOTES
INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING
IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY
OF SUCH DAMAGE.
This file is part of the lwIP TCP/IP stack.
Author: Adam Dunkels <adam@sics.se>
11.2
Disposal
Do not dispose off the device in the domestic waste. Electronic devices need to be disposed off according to local
laws.
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