Moxa CA-114 Series Quick Install Guide

Moxa CA-114 Series Quick Install Guide

CA Series for PC/104 and CB Series for PC/104-Plus Quick Installation Guide Edition 1.1, November 2017

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P/N: 1802001043315

*1802001043315*

Overview

Moxa offers a wide selection of PC/104 and PC/104-Plus serial boards that provide industrial-grade connections to multiple serial devices. The CA Serial Board Series is for PC/104 modules while the CB Serial Board series is for PC/104-Plus module.

Package Checklist

PC/104 or PC/104-Plus boards are shipped with the following items: • • • • Moxa multiport serial board (PC/104 module is for CA Series; PC/104-Plus module is for CB Series) Documentation and software CD Quick installation guide (printed) Warranty card

Please notify your sales representative if any of the above items are missing or damaged.

Hardware Installation

The PC/104 or PC/104-Plus MUST be plugged into the PC before the driver is installed. Follow these steps below.

CA Series

Step 1: Turn the embedded computer off Step 2: Set the I/O address, Interrupt vector, IRQ, and serial interface (Refer to the section: "Block Diagram, I/O Address, Interrupt Vector, Serial Interface") Step 3: Insert the module into the PC/104 slot Step 4: Screw the control board in place Step 5: Connect the cables (Refer to the section: "Pin Assignments") Step 6: Turn the embedded computer on

CB Series

Step 1: Turn the embedded computer off Step 2: Set interface (Refer to section: "Block Diagram, I/O Address, Interrupt Vector, Serial Interface") Step 3: Insert the module into PC/104 slot. Step 4: Screw the control board in place. Step 5: Connect the cables. (Refer to the section: "Pin Assignments") Step 6: Turn the embedded computer on.

Software Installation

Follow these steps: Step 1: Get the driver at www.moxa.com

or from the CD. Based on the OS type, choose the corresponding driver. Step 2: Install Driver • For Windows (Take the installation of Win7 as an example)   2.1. Unzip and execute the .exe file 2.2. Follow the instructions to install the drivers Note: If your model is from the CB Series, then the installation is done. Otherwise, please do the following - 2 -

•    steps for the CA Series models. 2.3. Follow the instructions of “Add Hardware Wizard” 2.4. Follow the instruction of “Found Hardware Wizard”. This step is for mapping your driver and hardware device. 2.5. Repeat steps 2.3 and 2.4 to activate the other serial ports. For Linux  2.1. Get the driver from CD and Unzip the file: #mount /dev/cdrom /mnt/cdrom #cd / #mkdir moxa #cd moxa #cp /mnt/cdrom//mxpcdrv.tgz #tar xvfz mxpcdrv.tgz   2.2. Install the driver: #cd mxser #./mxinstall 2.3. Install the module driver, using the hardware settings that you have selected (This step is only for the CA Series) For example: I/O address of 0x180, an INT vector of 0x1C0, and an IRQ of 10 #modprobe mxpcdrv ioaddr=0x180 iovect=0x1C0 irq=10   2.4. You can use the Moxa diagnostic utility to verify the driver’s status: #cd /moxa/mxpcdrv/utility/diag #./msdiag 2.5 You can use the Moxa terminal utility to test the TTY ports: #cd /moxa/mxpcdrv/utility/term #./msterm

Block Diagram, I/O Address, Interrupt Vector, Serial Interface Block Diagrams

CA Series

CA-108 CA-104 V2 - 3 -

CA-114 CA-134I, CA-132 V2, CA-132I V2

CB Series

CB-108 CB-114 CB-134I

I/O Address (Only for the CA Series)

Use DIP switch SW1 to set port 1’s I/O base address. The other ports will be configured automatically. The default I/O base address is 0×180 and allows settings from 0×000 to 0×3FF. Some popular settings are provided below: For example, an I/O base address of 0×180 should be set as follows:

A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 Hex

ON ON ON ON OFF OFF ON 0x180 The other serial ports will be set automatically to 0×188, 0×190, 0×198, etc. - 4 -

Interrupt Vector (Only for CA Series)

A3

8 ON ON ON ON ON ON ON off off off off off off off

A4

1 ON ON ON ON ON ON off off ON off off off off off

A5

2 ON ON ON ON ON off off off ON ON off off off off

A6

4 ON ON ON ON off off off off ON ON ON off off off

A7

8 ON ON ON off off off off off ON ON ON ON off off

A8

1 ON ON off off off off off off ON ON ON ON ON ON

A9

2 ON off off off off off off off ON ON ON ON ON off Hex 0×000 0×200 0×300 0×380 0×3C0 0×3E0 0×3F0 0×3F8 0×008 0×018 0×038 0×078 0×0F8 0×2F8 Use DIP switch SW2 to set port 1’s interrupt vector. The default interrupt vector is 0×1C0, with SW2 set as follows :

A3

ON

A4

ON

A5

ON

A6

ON

A7

OFF

A8

OFF

A9

ON

Hex

0x1C0

Serial Interface

CA Series

CA-114

Interface

SW1 SW2 SW3

RS-232

- - ON

RS-422

- ON OFF

RS-485 (4w) RS-485 (2w)

ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF - 5 -

CA-134I, CA-132 V2, and CA-132I V2

Interface

RS-422 4-wire RS-485 2-wire RS-485

2-wire/4-wire

- OFF ON

CB Series

CB-114

Interface

SW1 SW2 SW3

RS-232

- - ON

CB-134I

Interface

RS-422 4-wire RS-485 2-wire RS-485

RS-422

- ON OFF

2-wire/4-wire

- OFF ON ON OFF OFF

RS-422/RS-485

OFF ON ON

RS-485 (4w) RS-485 (2w)

OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF

RS-422/RS-485

Pin Assignments RS-232

(CA-108/CB-108, CA-114/CB-114, and CA-104)

NOTE

Note that there are two 40-pin box header connectors on the CA-108/CB-108, of which each connects to 4 serial ports.

Pin

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Signal

DCD0 DSR0 RxD0 RTS0 TxD0 CTS0 DTR0 – GND0

Pin

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Signal

DCD1 DSR1 RxD1 RTS1 TxD1 CTS1 DTR1 – GND1

Pin

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

Signal

DCD2 DSR2 RxD2 RTS2 TxD2 CTS2 DTR2 – GND2

Pin

31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

Signal

DCD3 DSR3 RxD3 RTS3 TxD3 CTS3 DTR3 – GND3

RS-422, 4-wire RS-485

(CA-132, CA-132I, CA-114/CB-114, and CA-134I)

With regard to the CA Series, pins 21 to 40 apply to CA-114 and CA-134I only.

Pin

1 3 5 7 9

Signal Pin Signal Pin* Signal* Pin* Signal*

TxD0-(A) 11 TxD1-(A) 21 TxD2-(A) 31 TxD3-(A) TxD0+(B) 13 TxD1+(B) 23 TxD2+(B) 33 TxD3+(B) RxD0+(B) 15 RxD1+(B) 25 RxD2+(B) 35 RxD3+(B) RxD0-(A) 17 RxD1-(A) 27 RxD2-(A) 37 RxD3-(A) GND0 19 GND1 29 GND2 39 GND3 - 6 -

2-wire RS-485

(CA-132, CA-132I, CA-114/CB-114, and CA-134I)

With regard to the CA Series, pins 21 to 40 apply to the CA-114 and CA-134I only.

Pin

5 Data0+(B) 15 Data1+(B) 25 Data2+(B) 35 Data3+(B) 7

Signal Pin Signal Pin* Signal* Pin* Signal*

Data0-(A) 17 Data1-(A) 27 Data2-(A) 37 Data3-(A) 9 GND0 19 GND1 29 GND2 39 GND3 - 7 -

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