Micro TSX ETZ 410/510 Modules

Micro TSX ETZ 410/510 Modules
Micro
TSX ETZ 410/510 Modules
User Manual
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Table of Contents
Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
About the Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Chapter 1
1.1
Chapter 2
2.1
2.2
TSX ETZ 410/510 Modules: General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Introduction to the TSX ETZ 410/510 Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About ETHERNET. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
At a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Information on TSX ETZ 410 and TSX ETZ 510 Modules . . . . . . . . . .
Synthesis of Module Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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15
17
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Utilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Uni-Telway Communication Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TCP/IP Messaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Summary of TCP/IP Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Addressing Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IP Address. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sub-Addressing, Gateway. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connection Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Opening a Connection on the Ethernet Network. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Opening a Serial Link Connection via a Modem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Closing the Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Behavior during a Connection Breakdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Communication Functions on TCP/IP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
UNI-TE Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Modbus Communication on the TCP/IP Profile.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Structure supported by a Modbus Communication on the TCP/IP Profile . . . . .
Modbus Messaging on the TCP/IP Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Messaging Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Examples of Programming on the Ethernet Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Example of Programming via a RTC Modem Connection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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2.3
2.4
2.5
Chapter 3
Installing the TSX ETZ 410/510 Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
3.1
Topology Principles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Direct Connection between Micro and TSX ETZ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Connection of a TSX ETZ on the Uni-Telway Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
TSX ETZ Connection via Modem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Configuring TSX ETZ 410/510 Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Access to the Module Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Configuration Parameters linked to TCP/IP Utilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Ethernet Connection Parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Modem Connection Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Configuration Parameters Connected to the Uni-Telway Link . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
Automatic Configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
Configuration of the SNMP Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Configuration of Serial RS232 Links . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
Installing the TSX ETZ - Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
3.2
3.3
3.4
4
BOOTP and DHCP(FDR) Utilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
BOOTP/DHCP(FDR) Utilities - General. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
TSX ETZ BOOTP client . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
TSX ETZ DHCP(FDR) client . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
SNMP Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
SNMP Communication on UDP/IP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
HTTP Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Installed HTTP Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Micro Home Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Diagnostics Home Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Ethernet Statistics Page. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Unitelway Statistics Pages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
RS232 Modem Link Page Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Rack Viewer Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Monitoring Home Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Data Editor Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Faulty Device Replacement Statistics Page - FDR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Setup Home Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Security Page. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Configuration Page for the TCP/IP Utilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Configuration Page for the Unitelway Link. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Automatic Configuration Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Configuration Page for the SNMP Function. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Module Reboot Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Chapter 4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
Hardware Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Physical Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Description of the Support Plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing TSX ETZ Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dimensions and Mounting of TSX ETZ modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Module Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Linking Cables. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indicator LEDs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Norms and Standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Service Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Glossary
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145
Index
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Safety Information
§
Important Information
NOTICE
Read these instructions carefully, and look at the equipment to become familiar with
the device before trying to install, operate, or maintain it. The following special
messages may appear throughout this documentation or on the equipment to warn
of potential hazards or to call attention to information that clarifies or simplifies a
procedure.
The addition of this symbol to a Danger or Warning safety label indicates
that an electrical hazard exists, which will result in personal injury if the
instructions are not followed.
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal
injury hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid
possible injury or death.
DANGER
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, will
result in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.
WARNING
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, can result
in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, can result
in injury or equipment damage.
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Safety Information
PLEASE NOTE
Electrical equipment should be serviced only by qualified personnel. No responsibility is assumed by Schneider Electric for any consequences arising out of the use
of this material. This document is not intended as an instruction manual for untrained
persons.
© 2005 Schneider Electric. All Rights Reserved.
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About the Book
At a Glance
Document Scope
This manual explains how to install Ethernet TSX ETZ 410/510 communication
modules.
User Comments
We welcome your comments about this document. You can reach us by e-mail at
[email protected]
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About the Book
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TSX ETZ 410/510 Modules:
General
1
At a Glance
Aim of this
Chapter
This chapter contains general information about the TSX ETZ 410 and TSX ETZ 510
network modules.
What's in this
Chapter?
This chapter contains the following sections:
Section
1.1
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Introduction to the TSX ETZ 410/510 Modules
Page
13
11
General
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General
1.1
Introduction to the TSX ETZ 410/510 Modules
At a Glance
About this
Section
This section introduces the TSX ETZ 410 and TSX ETZ 510 modules.
What's in this
Section?
This section contains the following topics:
Topic
About ETHERNET
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14
At a Glance
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General Information on TSX ETZ 410 and TSX ETZ 510 Modules
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Synthesis of Module Functions
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13
General
About ETHERNET
Introduction
ETHERNET communication principally targets the following applications:
z
z
z
z
coordination between programmable PLCs,
local or centralized supervision,
communication with production management computers,
communication with remote input/output.
The TCP/IP communication profile on ETHERNET, supported by the TSX ETZ
modules, allows communication in:
z
z
UNI-TE messaging with the X-WAY structure package,
Modbus Messaging
TSX ETZ modules also allow, in agent mode, the management of the SNMP
network supervision standard.
Associated
Manuals
For more information, refer to the following manuals:
Title
TLX DS COMPL7 V4
ETHERNET network - Reference manual
TSX DR ETH
Micro PLCs - Application Setup Manual
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Reference
Communication Application Setup Manual
TSX DM 37
X-Way communication - Reference Manual
TSX DR NET
Modbus - User guide
TSX DG MDB
Wiring recommendations - User guide
TSX DG KBL
FactoryCast - User guide
890 USE 152
Uni-Telway Communication Bus
TSX DG UTW
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At a Glance
General
The TSX ETZ 410 and TSX ETZ 510 products are autonomous TCP-IP/Uni-Telway
gateway modules, which allow the connection of Micro PLCs on a TCP-IP network.
They do not fit into a PLC rack.
They communicate with the Micro PLCs (from TSX 37-10 onwards) via the Terminal
port, the AUX port, or using a TSX SCP114 PCMCIA series link card in a
TSX 37-2•, directly or on a Uni-Telway bus via a TSX P ACC 01 isolation box.
The TSX ETZ 410/510 modules can be configured using an integrated Web server,
as they will not be recognized by PL7 software.
These modules are therefore outside the PLCs and can be fixed on a profiled DIN
or on a Telequick perforated mounting plate.
They are supplied with 24 VDC and integrate a RS232 series link for connecting an
external modem or to configure the module.
Illustration
Principle diagram:
TSX 37-2•
TER
AUX
TSX P
ACC 01
TER AUX
Uni-Telway Bus
Console
for programming or
adjustment
TSX ETZ
External
modem
OR
TCP-IP Network
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General
Compatibility
and
Interoperability
The TSX ETZ 410 and TSX ETZ 510 modules can function with the following
products:
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
TSX ETY 110 (outside of Ethway profile)
TSX ETY 210
TSX ETY 410/510
NOE 241
NOE 771
M1E
All Uni-TE and Modbus TCP/IP devices
ATV58
Magelis
Note: Important: in order to be able to connect to a Micro PLC via an XIP driver
(X-Way TCP/IP driver), it is essential that V4.2 or higher PL7 software is used.
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General Information on TSX ETZ 410 and TSX ETZ 510 Modules
At a Glance
The TSX ETZ 410 and TSX ETZ 510 modules have the following specification:
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
24 volts direct current supply,
10/100 Base-T Ethernet connection,
UNITELWAY slave (2 addresses used),
RS485 serial link for UNITELWAY communication,
RS 232 serial link for communication with an external modem or the
configuration,
3 indicator LEDs,
4 Mb of non-volatile Flash Memory for saving loaded software and the web site.
Note: In operating phase, the RS232 modem and Ethernet interfaces are
exclusive.
The TSX ETZ 410
Module
The following utilities are offered:
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
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Configuration using web pages, via Ethernet or through RS 232 serial link,
IP configuration of the module in question, either by configuration, or
automatically,
z BOOTP client,
z DHCP client: automatic reconfiguration on replacement of the module (FDR
function).
Default server accessible without configuration with secure access including:
z module configuration pages,
z diagnostic utilities.
Management of the SNMP module V1, MIB-II agent and MIB private Ethernet
Transparent Factory,
Uni-TE/Modbus messaging on TCP/IP with a maximum of 32 simultaneous
connections and Uni-TE/Modbus request limited to 128 bytes,
Diagnostics by LEDs,
Possibility of simultaneously connecting 8 Internet browsers,
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General
The TSX ETZ 510
Module
The following utilities are offered:
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
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Configuration using web pages, via Ethernet or through RS 232 serial link,
IP configuration of the module in question, either by configuration, or
automatically,
z BOOTP client,
z DHCP client: automatic reconfiguration on replacement of the module (FDR
function).
Default server accessible without configuration with secure access including:
z module configuration pages,
z diagnostic utilities.
Management of the SNMP module V1, MIB-II agent and MIB private Ethernet
Transparent Factory,
Uni-TE/Modbus messaging on TCP/IP with a maximum of 32 simultaneous
connections and Uni-TE/Modbus request limited to 128 bytes,
Diagnostics by LEDs,
Possibility of simultaneously connecting 8 Internet browsers,
FactoryCast utilities support (refer to the FactoryCast User Guide documents ref.:
890 USE 152),
8 Mbytes of additional Flash Memory reserved for the user application in
FactoryCast: the user can add their own pages or "Applets" to the initial web site.
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Synthesis of Module Functions
At a Glance
Depending on the module reference, the functions offered are different.
TSX ETZ 410
Module
The table below summarizes the different functions of the TSX ETZ 410 module:
Function
Details
Messaging on port 502
(Xway or Modbus on TCP/IP)
z 32 simultaneous connections maximum (Client +
Server).
z Access control via configuration table.
TCP/IP connections
z 32 messaging connections.
Bootp client utility
-
DHCP(FDR) client utility
-
SNMP module
z SNMP MIB-II agent and MIB Ethernet Transparent
RS 232 link for external modem
z Up to 56 Kbauds.
Unitelway link
z Speed configurable from 9600 to 19200 baud
Web site
z Simultaneous connection of 8 Internet browsers.
Factory.
z Non-modifiable factory -installed web site, with
diagnostics and configuration pages.
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TSX ETZ 510
Module
The table below summarizes the different functions of the TSX ETZ 510 module:
Function
Details
Messaging on port 502
(X-Way or Modbus on TCP/IP)
z 32 simultaneous connections maximum (Client +
Server).
z Access control via configuration table.
TCP/IP connections
z 32 messaging connections.
Bootp client utility
-
DHCP(FDR) client utility
-
SNMP module
z SNMP MIB-II agent and MIB Ethernet Transparent
RS 232 link for external modem
z Up to 56 Kbauds.
Unitelway link
z Speed configurable from 9600 to 19200 baud
Web site
z Simultaneous connection of 8 Internet browsers.
Factory.
z Non-modifiable factory -installed web site, with
diagnostics and configuration pages.
z 8 Mbytes reserved for users web site.
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Note
The inter-network routing is not realized by TSX ETZ modules (e.g.: TCP/IP - Fipway
routing). It is responsible for the application.
Illustration
UNI-TE Communication
ETHERNET
Micro
Premium
FIPWAY
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General
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2
At a Glance
About this
Chapter
This chapter describes the utilities offered by the TSX ETZ 410/510 modules.
What's in this
Chapter?
This chapter contains the following sections:
Section
2.1
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Page
Uni-Telway Communication Function
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2.2
TCP/IP Messaging
26
2.3
BOOTP and DHCP(FDR) Utilities
59
2.4
SNMP Server
64
2.5
HTTP Server
67
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Utilities
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2.1
Uni-Telway Communication Function
Uni-Telway Communication
Principles
The TSX ETZ 410/510 is a TCP-IP/Uni-Telway gateway for transporting Modbus
and UNI-TE requests.
The TSX ETZ 410/510 module is an Uni-Telway slave. So that the gateway
functions, the module should be connected to a master TSX 3710/3721/3722.
The Uni-Telway link can be configured (speed, parity, address, etc.) so that it is
compatible with the master.
The module communicates with the master PLC thanks to 2 consecutive slave
numbers:
z
z
Uni-Telway
Parameters
1st address: network access address, used in Micro client mode to access
devices connected to the TCP/IP network.
2nd address: reserved, used by the module when it receives a message from a
TCP/IP device, which is intended for the Micro (Micro server). It is equal to the 1st
address + 1.
The table below gives the parameters to be configures for the module:
Parameters
Value
Address 1 for the network access Can be configured from the web page: Unitelway
Configuration.
Address 2 for the network access It is equal to address 1 + 1: reserved (cannot be
configured)
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Speed
9600, 19200 baud or automatically adapts between these
two values.
8 bits of data
Cannot be configured
1 stop bit
Cannot be configured
Parity
Even, odd or none
Time Out
Configurable between 1 and 10 seconds.
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2.2
TCP/IP Messaging
At a Glance
About this
Section
This section introduces the TCP/IP messaging service on the TSX ETZ 410/510
modules.
What's in this
Section?
This section contains the following topics:
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Topic
Page
Summary of TCP/IP Specifications
27
Addressing Management
28
IP Address
29
Sub-Addressing, Gateway
31
Connection Management
32
Opening a Connection on the Ethernet Network
33
Opening a Serial Link Connection via a Modem
35
Closing the Connection
40
Behavior during a Connection Breakdown
41
Communication Functions on TCP/IP
43
UNI-TE Communication
44
Modbus Communication on the TCP/IP Profile.
45
Structure supported by a Modbus Communication on the TCP/IP Profile
46
Modbus Messaging on the TCP/IP Profile
47
Messaging Service
49
Examples of Programming on the Ethernet Profile
51
Example of Programming via a RTC Modem Connection
56
Limitations
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Summary of TCP/IP Specifications
Communication
Port
The communication port reserved for the TSX ETZ 410/510 module is the port 502
(Schneider reserved port). When a client device requires access to the module, it
asks for a connection to this port to be opened.
Timeout on TCP
Connection
If a TCP connection cannot be established (when the destination is absent for
example), the timeout error occurs after 80 seconds.
It is advised that each of the timeout values for these communication functions
should be set higher than 80 seconds if the 1st exchange was not successful.
"Keep Alive"
Function
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The function automatically generates a frame almost every 2 hours to detect any
breakage in the connection. This mechanism is further detailed in the Behavior
during a Connection Breakdown seciotn (p. 41).
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Addressing Management
At a Glance
When installing ETZ modules, the following addresses must be configured:
z
z
The IP address
The X-WAY address
Note: From the factory, each module has a unique Ethernet interface IP address
by default, which is calculated using it's MAC address. The MAC address is defined
in the factory by the manufacturer and engraved on the front face of the module.
IP Address
It is defined by the user when configuring the module and identifies a machine linked
to the network. On the same local network, this address must be unique.
Important: each module has an IP address by interface:
z
z
An IP address for the Ethernet interface
An IP address for the modem serial link interface, used by the PPP protocol.
Note: On a "private" network, it is not necessary to alter the IP address by default.
X-WAY Address
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All TSX ETZ modules are Uni-Telway slaves. It has an X-Way address, which is also
unique on the whole X-Way structure.
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IP Address
General
Each device on the network should have a unique IP address.
The uniqueness of the IP address is guaranteed by attributing "ID network" by an
authorized party. The choice between the different classes depends upon the
number of networks in the installation and on the number of machines to be
connected.
Address
Composition
Conceptually, each IP address is a pair (network name, machine identifier), whereby
the network name identifies a network (or a site) and the machine identifier denotes
a machine connected to this network. There are 3 types of IP addresses.
Address Types
The structure of the address types is as follows
Class A
7 bits
0
24 bits
Network identifier
Class B
Machine identifier
14 bits
1
0
16 bits
Network identifier
Class C
21 bits
1
1
0
Network identifier
Machine identifier
8 bits
Machine identifier
Externally, an IP address for a machine is represented by a character string of 4 8bit values (0 to 255), separated by the points: " a.b.c.d ".
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Values of "a"
A
0-127
B
128-191
C
192-223
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Default Ethernet
Interface IP
Address for the
ETZ Module
The default Ethernet interface IP address for the TSX ETZ module is made from it's
MAC address:
085.016.xxx.yyy where xxx and yyy are the last two numbers of the MAC address.
Example:
The module's MAC address is (in hexadecimal): 00 80 F4 01 12 20.
In this case the default IP address is (in decimal): 085.016.018.032.
PPP Interface
IP Address
The TSX ETZ manages an IP address by interface, the Ethernet interface IP
address (configured by the user or service) and the IP address of the PPP interface.
The latter is assigned during connection negotiation by the PPP protocol.
The TSX ETZ is configured to accept any type of IP address during negotiation. To
do this, it is recommended that any machine with which the TSX ETZ has to open a
Modem/PPP connection be configured to assign the IP address to the TSX ETZ.
However, if the remote device is configured to receive its IP address from the
TSX ETZ, the IP addresses following negotiation will be:
z
z
TSX ETZ: 85.16.0.2
Remote device: 85.16.0.1
If the connection is a TSX ETZ <-> TSX ETZ connection, the two machines will use
the IP address: 85.16.0.2 in respect of their PPP interface.
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Sub-Addressing, Gateway
Sub-Addressing
The principle of sub-addressing is to break down the IP address (format a) into
network and a local parts:
z
z
The network part is identical to the IP address: it identifies a network (or a site).
The local part is left to the initiative of the site: it is therefore sub-divided into a
physical subnetwork number and a machine identification (format b).
Illustration:
Format a
Format b
Mask
Internet part = network Id
Local part
Physical sub-network
number
Internet part
Machine
identification
A Subnet(work) Mask, coded on 32 bits, allows the bits from an IP address to be
defined as a network part.
The mask bits are:
z
z
set to 1, if the corresponding IP address bits are to be identified as a part of the
network address.
set to 0 for machine identification.
This system allows internal local networks to be addressed using a single attributed
IP address.
Illustration:
Format a
Format b
Subnet(work)
Mask
Gateway
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Internet part = network Id
Internet part
Local part
Physical sub-network
number
Bits to 1
Machine
identification
Bits to 0
The Gateway is used to route a message towards a machine that is not on the
current network.
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Connection Management
At a Glance
The connection can be opened either by the local Micro PLC or by a remote dialog
that wishes to enter into a dialog with the local PLC.
A connection is characterized by the module:
Local TCP port, local IP address/remote TCP port, remote IP address.
Note: Important: The number of simultaneously open connections is 32. However,
messaging saturation on these links can cause connection breakages. In the event
of messaging saturation, it is advisable to decrease the number of Uni-Telway
slaves and/or use a 19200 speed.
The configuration screen is used to configure:
z
z
Either the modem profile
Or the Ethernet profile
The RS232 Modem and Ethernet interfaces are exclusive.
Note: Connection management is transparent to the user.
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Opening a Connection on the Ethernet Network
At a Glance
A connection can be opened either:
z
z
Upon Request
from Remote
Devices.
Upon request from a remote device.
Or upon request from a local Micro.
In this case, the TSX ETZ 410/510 is the connection server.
When a connection request is received from a remote device, the remote machine's
IP address is only checked if and only if access control has been activated in the
configuration.
The test consists of checking whether this address belongs to the list of remote
machines that are authorized to be connected. If it is, the connection is accepted. If
not, the connection is closed.
Illustration
PC remote client
{8,3}
139.160.234.41
Ethernet TCP/IP
TSX ETZ server
Configured access control
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XWay IP Address
Protocol
8.3 139.160.234.41 UNITE
Access Mode
Allowed MULTI
Phone N°
User
0452352020 SA
Passw
AZERT
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Upon Request
from the Local
Micro
In this case, the TSX ETZ 410/510 is the connection client.
When a message is transmitted by a communication function and if there is no
connection with the remote device a connection is opened automatically by the
TSX ETZ towards the remote device's port 502.
The remote device must be referenced in the X-Way/IP configuration table.
Illustration
Premium server
{8,3}
139.160.234.42
Ethernet TCP/IP
TSX ETZ client
Configured access control
1
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XWay IP Address
Protocol
8.3 139.160.234.42 UNITE
Access Mode
Allowed MULTI
Phone N°
User
0452352020 SA
Pass
AZE
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Opening a Serial Link Connection via a Modem
At a Glance
A serial link connection via a modem can be opened either:
z
z
Upon request from a remote device (server mode).
Or upon request from a local Micro (client mode).
Note: Important: client mode takes priority over server mode. If a remote device
in server mode has established communication with the Micro, the TSX ETZ will
close the connection if this Micro wants to establish a connection in client mode
with a different remote device.
Note: Important: the module only allows management of an RTC modem (the
specialized mode line is not managed).
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PPP and PAP
Protocols
The connection uses the PPP protocol (Point-to-Point Protocol). Thanks to this
protocol, once the telephone link has been established the modem link will be
viewed on the application level in the same way as a TCP/IP link.
For PPPconnection, the identification protocol is PAP (Password Authentification
Protocol). Any device with which TSX ETZ is in Modem/PPP connection must be
configured using the PAP. The CHAP protocol is not implemented on the TSX ETZ.
For the connection to be accepted, the UserName and Password PAP of the remote
device must be known. Before connecting the TSX ETZ to the remote device, the
remote device must also be configured to use the PAP protocol.
The TSX ETZ password and user name used by the PAP protocol are the same as
those of the HTTP server (by default: USER/USER).
The modem connected to the TSX ETZ must respond to AT commands in ASCII
mode.
The TSX ETZ manages an IP address by interface, the Ethernet interface IP
address (configured by the user or service) and the IP address of the PPP interface.
The latter is assigned during connection negotiation by the PPP protocol.
The TSX ETZ is configured to accept any type of IP address during negotiation. We
recommend that any device with which the TSX ETZ must open a Modem/PPP
connection be configured to assign the IP address to the TSX ETZ.
However, if the remote device is configured to receive its IP address from the
TSX ETZ, the IP addresses following negotiation will be:
z
z
TSX ETZ: 85.16.0.2
Remote device: 85.16.0.1
Note:
If the connection is a TSX ETZ <-> TSX ETZ connection, the two machines will use
the IP address: 85.16.0.2 in respect of their PPP interface.
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Connection
Establishment
Time
The maximum connection establishment time is fixed. It comprises the following
times:
z
z
z
Maximum modem configuration time (transmission and HAYES command
recognition times): 5 seconds.
Maximum call time (telephone dialing + time to establish line with remote
modem): 90 seconds (1mn 30s.)
PPP connection time (IP address negotiation + password validation):
60 seconds (1mn).
A total maximum time of155 seconds, or 2mn 35s. This time should correspond to
the Time out of the request that makes the telephone call (SEND_REQ()).
Example of telephone call programming:
(*Micro client: exchange Mirror request to the Premium system
port - @X-way:2.4*)
%MW10:=16#0402;
%MW11:=16#0000;
%MW12:=16#0000;
(*Start of Mirror request input parameters*)
%MW13:=...;
(*Connection establishment time=160seconds*) %MW2:=1660;
Send_Req(ADR#0.0.4,#FA,%MW10:13,%MW100:10,%MW0:4)
EF Reports
Operation reports specific to the modem connection are available.
List of possible operation reports:
If communication report = 16#FF
RS 232 Modem
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Errno
Value:
Operation report: (least significant byte)
Meaning:
16#E8
Connection refusal by remote device (e.g., invalid password)
16#E9
Line busy
16#EA
No data carrier and/or no tone
16#EB
No response from remote modem
16#EC
No response from local modem
The PPP/Modem LogFile page on the HTTP server reports on the last four
connections. (See RS232 Modem Link Page Diagnostics, p. 74.)
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Connection on
Request from
Remote Devices
In this case, the TSX ETZ 410/510 is the connection server.
If the TSX ETZ module is used with a modem configuration, the module listens for
an incoming request for telephone connection.
Once the telephone link is established and when a connection request is received
from a remote device, the remote device's IP address is only checked (if and only if
access control has been activated in the configuration).
This test consists of checking whether this address belongs to the list of remote
machines with authorization to connect.
If the test is positive, the TCP connection is accepted. If not, the TCP connection is
closed and the telephone link is cut.
Illustration:
TSX ETZ server
Remote PC client
Micro
Modem
Modem
TSX ETZ details:
Commuted Telephone
Network
PPP and PAP Protocols
Tel: 04 93 35 20 20
UserName: USER
Password: USER
1
XWay IP Address Protocol
8.3 139.160.234.42 UNITE
User
Access Mode Phone N°
Allowed MULTI 0452352020 SA
Password
QWERTY
Configured access control
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Connection on
Request from
Local Machines
In this case, the TSX ETZ 410/510 is the connection client.
When a message is transmitted for the first time by a communication function and if
there is no modem connection with the remote device and if the remote device is
part of the configuration table, a modem connection is opened automatically by the
TSX ETZ.
The module then establishes the telephone link by dialing the telephone number
configured for the remote device.
The TCP/IP connection is then automatically opened by the TSX ETZ towards the
remote device's port 502.
The remote device must be referenced in the X-WAY/IP configuration table.
Illustration:
TSX ETZ client
Micro
Modem
Modem
Commuted Telephone
Network
PPP and PAP Protocols
Table of configured addresses
Access Mode Phone N°
User
Allowed MULTI 0452352020 SA
TSX ETZ server
Micro
Password
QWERTY
Remote details:
Tel: 04 52 35 20 20
UserName: SA
Password: QWERTY
Note: Important: For a defined remote device, the telephone number to be dialed
can only be modified by accessing the Web server's Setup home page (p. 82)
menu. It is then necessary to reboot the TSX ETZ so that the new configuration is
recognized.
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Closing the Connection
At a Glance
There are two different ways in which the TCP/IP connection can be closed:
z
z
By the remote station deciding to cease communication and sending a TCP/IP
connection close.
By the TSX ETZ if the maximum number of open connections is reached (in which
case the oldest open connection is closed).
When a connection is closed, the application is informed by an error report
(message refused) once the exchange is activated.
In the case of a telephone link, the link is cut:
z
z
z
z
z
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By the remote station deciding to cease communication and cutting the telephone
connection,
If the remote device does not have authorization to connect,
If the time between two frames, which is set at configuration, elapses,
If connection duration exceeds the time defined at configuration (p. 110).
If a Micro, which is a remote station server, wishes to establish a client mode
connection to another remote station.
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Behavior during a Connection Breakdown
At a Glance
Connection breakdown can occur in two ways:
z
z
Network cable cut off (cable has been disconnected, cut, etc.)
disappearance of remote devices (broken down devices, power outage, etc.)
Loss of connection is detected after 2 hours by a Keep Alive request.
If during this time the connection is re-established, the resumption of communication
differs according to the type of breakdown.
Cable
Reconnection
In this case the connection breakdown originates from the network cable but the two
stations remain operational.
Once the cable is reconnected, communication between the ETZ module and the
remote device will resume on the TDP/IP connection previously opened.
Server Remote
Device
The remote device, which has disappeared, was the server.
Remote device
1
2
Client
Server
3
1
2
3
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The ETZ client module still transmits data on the old connection (which remained semiopen).
When the server receives data without a connection, it transmits a Reset command and
closes the old connection.
The ETZ client module opens a new connection.
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Client Remote
Device
The remote device which has disappeared was the client.
Remote device
Server
1
Client
2
3
1
2
3
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The client opens a new connection.
The server ETZ module receives a request to open a new connection.
The ETZ slave module closes the old connection (if there is no current activity) and
authorizes the new connection.
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Communication Functions on TCP/IP
At a Glance
The communication profile on TCP/IP allows data exchange services.
The same communication services are available on Ethernet or on a link series via
the PPP protocol.
Illustration:
Modbus / UNI-TE
TCP
IP
PPP
protocol
Ethernet
Serial link
Modem
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UNI-TE Communication
At a Glance
The UNI-TE utility allows the exchange of data on the Mast task.
Server Mode
In server mode, the TSX ETZ module is transparent with regard to UNI-TE requests
from the PLC.
Client Mode
In client mode, it is possible to transmit the following UNI-TE request: SEND_REQ().
This request is sent to the TSX ETZ module's Address 1.
The following requests are addressed to remote devices to read and write variables:
Type of request
UNI-TE communication function
Reading of 1 or n bits
SEND_REQ(#36...)
Reading of 1 or n words
SEND_REQ(#36...)
Writing of 1 or n bits
SEND_REQ(#37...)
Writing of 1 or n bits
SEND_REQ(#37...)
Refer to TSX DR NET Communication Reference manuals
for the coding of UNI-TE requests.
Note: Important: SEND_REQ request does not monitor coherence of input
parameters (e.g., checking between the number of facts to write and the size of the
data buffer). The user should do this.
See Examples of Programming on the Ethernet Profile, p. 51.
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Modbus Communication on the TCP/IP Profile.
At a Glance
This utility allows communication through the Modbus protocol between a Micro PLC
and a Micro, Premium, Quantum, Momentum PLC or any other device complying
with the Modbus protocol.
Illustration
Supervisor
client
Modbus
Protocol
TCP/IP ETHERNET
Modbus
Protocol
Quantum
Server
Micro
Client/Server
Modbus
Protocol
Premium
Client/Server
A similar TSX ETZ can communicate with a remote device in the master mode (for
example a Quantum PLC) and another remote device in the slave mode (for
example a Supervisor PC).
The Micro PLC is the master of the Quantum PLC. It opens the TCP/IP connection
and sends messages to the Quantum.
The Micro PLC is the slave of the supervisor. The supervisor has opened a TCP/IP
connection and sends Modbus messages to the Micro.
Note: the double profile of UNI-TE/ Modbus is not supported on a similar distant
station.
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Structure supported by a Modbus Communication on the TCP/IP Profile
At a Glance
Illustration of the supported structure:
Supervisor programming
Terminal
Modbus Communication
UNI-TE Communication
ETHERNET
Quantum
Modbus
Modbus
Micro
Premium
Modbus Plus
Accessibility
FIPWAY
The Modbus protocol guarantees interoperability between Premium, Micro and
Quantum stations on an Ethernet TCP/IP network.
However, access from a Micro PLC to a Modbus Plus network connected to the
Quantum PLC is not possible via TCP/IP.
The Modbus protocol does not cross X-Way Premium bridges.
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Modbus Messaging on the TCP/IP Profile
Installation
Principle
Exchanges in the client and server modes are carried out in the same way as in
UNI-TE, with the following restrictions.
Even though a Modbus remote station does not have an X-Way format address,
each communication function uses an X-Way format address to denote a remote
IP station.
For each Modbus remote station, you must configure the two following factors in the
correspondence table: IP address, {network station} X-Way with:
z
z
Network: network number of the local X-WAY station.
Station: X Way station logic number = 100 to 164.
Example: X-Way address {2.108} is associated with IP address 139.160.2.8.
Note: This address is used by the TSX ETZ module but is not transmitted on the
network. In the case of a remote station configured with the Modbus protocol, it is
necessary to give an X-Way station address equal to the local X-Way station
number plus 100.
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Exchange of data
As seen from the Micro's PL7 application, the communication function to be installed
is always the UNI-TE request SEND-REQ. It is the TSX ETZ module that performs
the conversion to the corresponding remote station.
Note: Important: SEND_REQ request does not monitor coherence of input
parameters (e.g.: checking between the number of facts to write and the size of the
data buffer). The user should do this.
The following requests are addressed to remote devices to read and write variables:
Modbus request
Modbus function
code
Corresponding UNI-TE
communication function
Reading of 1 or n bits
16#01
SEND_REQ(#36...)
Reading of 1 or n words
16#03
SEND_REQ(#36...)
Writing of 1 or n bits
16#05 or 16#0F
SEND_REQ(#37...)
Writing of 1 or n bits
16#06 or 16#0F
SEND_REQ(#37...)
See communication reference manuals TSX DR NET for the coding of UNI-TE requests
and manual TSX DG MDB for the coding of Modbus requests.
See Examples of Programming on the Ethernet Profile, p. 51.
Correspondence
of objects
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The following table gives the correspondence between the types of objects of a
Micro PLC and a TSX Quantum PLC or Momentum input/output.
Micro objects
Quantum or Momentum objects
%MW: Internal Words
4x... memory area
%M: Internal bits
0x... memory area
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Messaging Service
At a Glance
The TSX ETZ messaging module allows the following modes:
z
z
The client mode
The server mode
Note: For these modes it is only possible to have access to the device's system
gate. It would not be possible to access for example the Fipway network of a Micro.
Client Mode
In this mode, the Micro has the initiative of an exchange into a remote station, by
using the SEND_REQ() communication functions in the application (a maximum of
4 communication functions can be used simultaneously).
Usage in the client mode requires the introduction of a table of 6 bytes
corresponding to the destination address at the beginning of the transmission
stamp.
For more information refer to the TSX DR NET manual.
Illustration:
Byte 1 (most significant)
Byte 0 (least significant)
Word 1
Station number
Network number
Word 2
0
0
Word 3
0
0
Example: transmission to the system gate of a remote PLC (network 2.station3):
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Byte 1 (most significant)
Byte 0 (least significant)
Word 1
3
2
Word 2
0
0
Word 3
0
0
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Server Mode
In this case, the Micro is the server of exchanges, which originate from remote
stations. The system gate of the Micro is accessible from remote stations using the
following address:
{AdressNetworkETZ.AdresseStationETZ}.SYS
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Examples of Programming on the Ethernet Profile
Configuration
Example
Namely the following configuration:
PL7/PC
TSX Premium
TSX ETZ
Operator dialogue
terminal
Micro
UNI-TELWAY master
Ethernet TCP/IP
TSX ETZ configuration:
TSX ETY configuration:
XIP configuration:
X-Way Address: 2.1
AD0 Address: 4
IP Address: 84.0.8.1
X-Way Address: 2.4
IP Address: 84.0.8.4
X-Way Address: 2.5
IP Address: 84.0.8.5
X-Way/IP table:
2.1 / 84.0.8.1
X-Way/IP table:
2.4 / 84.0.8.4
Example of
Programming a
Mirror Request
Using the configuration below, the programming is the following:
(*Micro exchange client Mirror request to the Premium system
gate*)
%MW10:=16#0402;
%MW11:=16#0000;
%MW12:=16#0000;
(*Start of Mirror request input parameters*)
%MW13:=...;
Send_Req(ADR#0.0.4,#FA,%MW10:13,%MW100:10,%MW0:4)
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Micro Server
The system gate of the Micro is accessible from stations on the Ethernet network
using the following address:
{2.1}SYS
Example of word
reading
programming in
UNI-TE
This program allows a UNI-TE request to be sent to a remote device with an X-Way
address: 60.18 (16#123C). The request allows the words %MW10000, %MW10001,
%MW10002. to be read:
(*ETZ in client mode*)
(*request for the reading of three words (UNITE)*)
If NOT %MW300:X0 THEN
%MW302:=60;(*time out by 100ms*)
%MW303:=12;(*length in bytes of data to transmit*)
%MW100:=16#123C;(*station-network: XWAY address (UNITE)*)
%MW101:=16#0000;
%MW102:=16#0000;
%MW103:=16#0768;(*segment type: internal word*)
%MW104:=10000;(*address of the first word to read*)
%MW105:=3;(*nb word to read*)
(*%MW200:4 = 4 word reception table: type of object on 1 byte
+ 3 words of data*)
SEND_REQ(ADR#0.0.4,16#0036,%MW100:6,%MW200:4,%MW300:4);
END_IF
The confirmation of the correct report is: 16#6600
Note: In the reception table, the significance of the first word of the read data is
contiguous with the object byte.
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Example of
programming of
writing words in
Modbus
This program allows the sending of a request for writing in Modbus messaging to the
same remote device. 100 is added to the address below: 60.118 (16#763C). The
request allows the writing in the words %MW10006, %MW10007, %MW10008, of
the values 4, 5 and 6 respectively.
(*ETZ in client mode*)
(*Request to write 3 words (Modbus)*)
If NOT %MW1200:X0 THEN
%MW1202:=60;(*time out by 100ms*)
%MW1203:=18;(*length in bytes of data to transmit*)
%MW1000:=16#763C;(*station-network: XWAY address (Modbus*)
%MW1001:=16#0000;
%MW1002:=16#0000;
%MW1003:=16#0768;(*segment type: internal word*)
%MW1004:=10009;(*address of the 1st word to write*)
%MW1005:=3;(*no. words to write*)
%MW1006:=4;(*value of facts to write*)
%MW1007:=5;(*value of facts to write*)
%MW1008:=6;(*value of facts to write*)
(*%MW1100:1 = 1 word reception table: Report on 1 byte*)
SEND_REQ(ADR#0.0.4,16#0037,%MW1000:9,%MW1100:1,%MW1200:4);
END_IF
The confirmation of the correct report is: 16#FE00
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Example of Bits
Reading
Programming in
UNI-TE
This program allows a UNI-TE request to be sent to a remote device with an X-Way
address: 60.118 (16#123C). The request allows 3 bits to be read: %M100, %M101,
%M102.
(*ETZ in client mode*)
(*request for the reading of 3 bits (UNITE)*)
If NOT %MW1500:X0 THEN
%MW1502:=60;(*time out by 100ms*)
%MW1503:=12;(*length in bytes of data to transmit*)
%MW1300:=16#123C;(*station-network: XWAY address (UNITE)*)
%MW1301:=16#0000;
%MW1302:=16#0000;
%MW1303:=16#0564;(*segment type: internal bit*)
%MW104:=100;(*address of the 1st bit to read*)
%MW1305:=8;(*no. words to read (multiple of 8)*)
SEND_REQ(ADR#0.0.4,16#0036,%MW1300:6,%MW1400:2,%MW1500:4);
END_IF
The confirmation of the correct report is: 16#6600
Note: The number of bits to be read must always be a multiple of 8
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Example of
programming of
writing of bits in
Modbus
This program allows the transmission of a Modbus request to the same remote
device. 100 is added to the address below: 60.18 (16#763C). The request allows 16
bits to be written: %M400 to %M415 in the remote device.
(*ETZ in client mode*)
(*Request to write 16 bits (MODBUS)*)
If NOT %MW2400:X0 THEN
%MW2402:=60;(*time out by 100ms*)
%MW2403:=14;(*length in bytes of data to transmit*)
%MW2200:=16#763C;(*station network: XWAY address (MODBUS)*)
%MW2201:=16#0000;
%MW2202:=16#0000;
%MW2203:=16#0564;(*segment type: internal bit*)
%MW2204:=400;(*address of 1st bit to write*)
%MW2205:=16;(*no. of bits to write*)
%MW2206:=16#00A5;(*value of bits to write*)
SEND_REQ(ADR#0.0.4,16#0037,%MW2200:7,%MW2300:1,%MW2400:4);
END_IF
The confirmation of the correct report is: 16#FE00
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Example of Programming via a RTC Modem Connection
Configuration
Example
Namely the following configuration:
PL7/PC
TSX ETZ
Micro
Modem dialed:
No. 04 93 20 •• ••.
Dialing modem
Commuted telephone
network
TSX ETZ configuration:
X-Way address: 2.1
AD0 address: 4
IP Address: 84.0.8.1
X-Way/IP table:
2.4 / 84.0.8.1
Modem configuration:
No. to be dialed: 04 93 20 •• ••
Serial link gateway to Ethernet TCP/IP
Ethernet TCP/IP
TSX Premium
TSX ETY configuration:
X-Way address: 2.4
IP Address: 84.0.8.4
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Example of
Programming of
a Client Micro
Using the configuration below, the programming is the following:
(*Micro client: exchange Mirror request to the Premium system
port - @X-way:2.4*)
%MW10:=16#0402;
%MW11:=16#0000;
%MW12:=16#0000;
(*Start of Mirror request input parameters*)
%MW13:=...;
(*Connection establishment time=160seconds*) %MW2:=1660;
%MW2:=1660;
Send_Req(ADR#0.0.4,#FA,%MW10,%MW100,%MW0:4)
Note: Programming via a modem connection is the same as on the Ethernet
profile, it is only the TSX ETZ configuration that changes. (See Examples of
Programming on the Ethernet Profile, p. 51.)
Micro Server
The system door of the Micro shown in the example below, is accessible from
stations on the Ethernet network using the following address:
{2.1}SYS
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Limitations
At a Glance
The limit to the number of messages is linked to that of the Terminal port of the Micro
PLC.
In Uni-Telway master mode, the terminal port authorizes the processing of:
z
z
4 messages being sent to the Uni-Telway bus
4 messages being received
The maximum size of each message is 128 bytes.
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2.3
BOOTP and DHCP(FDR) Utilities
At a Glance
About this
Section
This section introduces the BOOTP and DHCP (FDR) utilities.
What's in this
Section?
This section contains the following topics:
Topic
BOOTP/DHCP(FDR) Utilities - General
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Page
60
TSX ETZ BOOTP client
61
TSX ETZ DHCP(FDR) client
62
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BOOTP/DHCP(FDR) Utilities - General
At a Glance
The TSX ETZ module can be configured directly with its Ethernet interface IP
address in the IP Configuration page or by using an automatic configuration
protocol. These protocols are: BOOTP and DHCP.
BOOTP (Bootstrap Protocol) and DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) are
the start up protocols for terminals or stations without disks via centralized
management of network parameters.
They are mainly used to supply an IP address or a configuration to a station that
starts up on the network.
The TSX ETZ is a BOOTP client or DHCP client.
The BOOTP/DHCP server can therefore be a TSX Premium fitted with a TSX ETY
module, or a Quantum fitted with a NOE module.
Note: Automatic configuration only works via the Ethernet connection. It does not
work via the RS 232 link or via modem.
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TSX ETZ BOOTP client
Principle
The principle applied is as follows:
z
z
The TSX ETZ module requests an IP configuration (IP address, Subnetwork
Mask, Gateway) from a BOOTP server, using its MAC address,
The BOOTP server uses a MAC Address/IP Configuration correspondence table
to return the IP configuration to the TSX ETZ.
Note: Important: to use the BOOTP utility, the address server (e.g., TSX ETY410•/
510•) must be configured to the BOOTP server, and the client device identified by
its MAC address.
Note: The BOOTP server only sends back the IP address, the Subnetwork mask
and the Gateway. Other information has to be filled out in the configuration page
(e.g. XWay/IP connections correspondence table).
At Initial Start-Up
Behavior of TSX ETZ module during its initial start-up:
The TSX ETZ module sends the server a request in order to obtain a configuration:
z
z
At Subsequent
Start-Ups
Behavior of modules during subsequent start-ups:
The TSX ETZ module sends the server a request in order to obtain a configuration:
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If this module is not recognized, it will start up using its default IP configuration
(factory settings),
If the BOOTP server sends an IP configuration, the TSX ETZ will use it but
without saving it in the Flash memory.
If the BOOTP server sends a configuration, the TSX ETZ will use it.
If the BOOTP server does not respond after approximately 1 minute has elapsed,
the TSX ETZ module will use the IP configuration saved in the Flash memory (the
default configuration, the factory set configuration or the one saved in the Flash
memory using the module's Web server).
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TSX ETZ DHCP(FDR) client
At a Glance
This utility allows automatic retrieval of IP, Uni-Telway and SNMP configurations by
a TSX ETZ module connected to an Ethernet Transparent Factory segment.
The FDR function uses a combination of DHCP and FTP/TFTP protocols.
The TSX ETZ uses a Name (Device Role Name) to obtain its configuration from the
server. The Device Role Name is a character string (maximum 15) associated with
the module and which must be unique in the architecture.
The TSX ETZ can therefore be automatically configured using a parameters file that
has been saved in the DHCP server, for example a Premium TSX ETY 5102.
Note: Important: to use the FDR utility, the address server (eg. TSX ETY410•/
510•) must be configured to the DHCP server, and the client device identified by its
Role Name.
Note: Important: passwords are not saved in the server. The passwords
recovered will be the default passwords.
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The operating principle of the FDR utility is as follows:
1
A TSX ETZ is connected to the network using a configured Name (Device Role Name)
2
The TSX ETZ sends a request to the DHCP server, indicating its associated Device
Role Name.
3
If the Device Role Name appears in the DHCP server configuration table, the DHCP
server sends the following to the module:
z the IP address that must be used,
z the FTP/TFTP server's IP address,
z the location in the FTP/TFTP server of the configuration file to be retrieved.
4
In this case, the TSX ETZ accesses the FTP/TFTP server so that the configuration file
is remotely loaded to or from the FTP/TFTP server. The configuration file is identified
by a name consisting of the Device Role Name with the .prm extension.
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At Initial Start-Up
Behavior of TSX ETZ module during its initial start-up:
The TSX ETZ module sends the server a request in order to obtain a configuration:
z
z
At Subsequent
Start-Ups
Behavior of modules during subsequent start-ups:
The TSX ETZ module sends the server a request in order to obtain a configuration:
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If this module is not recognized, it will start up using its default configuration
(factory settings), after about 1 minute has elapsed.
If the module is recognized, the TSX ETZ will start up using the Client/Server
configuration and will save this in its Flash memory (except the IP configuration).
If the module is recognized, the TSX ETZ will start up using the Client/Server
configuration and will save this in its Flash memory (except the IP configuration).
If this module is not recognized, it will start up after about 1 minute has elapsed,
with the default configuration saved in its Flash memory.
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2.4
SNMP Server
SNMP Communication on UDP/IP
At a Glance
The SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) standard defines network
management solutions in terms of protocol and the exchange of supervised data.
The SNMP structure relies on the following essential elements:
z
z
z
The Manager allows entire or partial network supervision,
One or more Agents. Each supervised device has a software module named
Agent used by the SNMP protocol.
An MIB (Management Information Base) is a database or a collection of objects
updated by the agents.
The SNMP module agent is implemented on the TSX ETZ modules. The SNMP
protocol allows a Manager to access MIB standardized objects from the TSX ETZ
module.
The MIB-II allows the management of TCP/IP communication layers.
The MIB Ethernet Transparent Factory allows a Manager to access information
about messaging services from port 502.
Branching view of the MIB Ethernet Transparent Factory via a Manager:
private
enterprises
schneidergroup
transparentFactoryEthernet
switch
port502Messaging
ioScanning
globalData
web
addressServer
deviceProfile
The MIB Ethernet Transparent Factory source file is available on the TSX ETZ
410/510 module. It can be remotely loaded from an internet browser by clicking the
link "MIB Upload" from the Diagnostics home page (p. 71). This file may be compiled
by the main SNMP Managers on the market.
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The SNMP
Protocol
The SNMP protocol defines 5 types of message between the agent and the
manager. These messages are encapsulated in the UDP datagrams.
Messages from the manager to an agent:
z
z
z
Get_Request: message used to obtain the value of one or more variables.
Get_Next_Request: obtains the value of the next variables.
Set_Request: sets the value of a variable.
Messages from an agent to the manager:
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Get_Response: allows the agent to re-send the value of the requested variable.
Trap: allows the agent to signal an event to the Manager (non-authorized access
attempt or device restart).
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Description of
the Utilities
The SNMP manager transmits read or write requests (Set_Request,
Get_Request, Get_Next_Request, etc.) for objects defined in the MIB - II
SNMP, and the SNMP agent of the TSX ETY module responds.
Get_Response
Trap
Set_Request
Get_Request
Get_Next_Request
SNMP Agent
TSX ETZ 410/510
The module's SNMP agent transmits events (Traps) to the Manager. The managed
Traps Systems are as follows:
z
z
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Coldstart Trap:
z The event is only transmitted once the module is switched on.
Authentification Failure Trap: event transmitted following an authentication problem. The Community Name field in the received message is different
to the one configured on the module. This trap can be checked when configuring
the TSX ETZ module.
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2.5
HTTP Server
At a Glance
About this
Section
This section introduces the HTTP server utility on TSX ETZ 410/510 modules.
What's in this
Section?
This section contains the following topics:
Topic
Installed HTTP Server
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68
Micro Home Page
70
Diagnostics Home Page
71
Ethernet Statistics Page
72
Unitelway Statistics Pages
73
RS232 Modem Link Page Diagnostics
74
Rack Viewer Page
76
Monitoring Home Page
77
Data Editor Page
78
Faulty Device Replacement Statistics Page - FDR
80
Setup Home Page
82
Security Page
83
Configuration Page for the TCP/IP Utilities
85
Configuration Page for the Unitelway Link
86
Automatic Configuration Page
87
Configuration Page for the SNMP Function
88
Module Reboot Page
89
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Installed HTTP Server
At a Glance
TSX modules have a Web server installed on them by default, allowing:
z
z
z
z
z
the module to be configured:
z TCP/IP Parameters
z Modem
z UNI-TELWAY
z SNMP
to modify the user name and the password to access the site,
access to PLC data,
to view the Micro rack,
to assign a Device Role Name if auto-configuration has been chosen
None of the functions supplied by the Web site require any prior configuration or
programming within the module.
All server data is constructed as standard Web pages in HTML format. It can
therefore be accessed by any current Internet browser that can run installed JAVA
code. These pages can be viewed using an Internet browser or FactoryCast
software.
Differences between the two module types:
Functions
Number of Connected Browsers
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TSX ETZ 410
TSX ETZ 510
8 max.
8 max.
Default Web Site installed
Yes
Yes
Memory reserved for user page creation
No
8 Mbytes
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Default Web
Server Functions
The functions are as follows:
Diagnostic module functions:
z Ethernet and Uni-Telway network statistics,
z View of Micro rack driving the TSX ETZ,
z TSX data editor driving the module,
z RS232 modem link diagnostics.
Module configuration functions:
z Password modification,
z TCP/IP Parameter Configuration,
z UNI-TELWAY Parameter Configuration,
z SNMP Parameter Configuration,
z Resetting module.
z
z
HTTP
Connections
The following connection rules should be followed:
1 connected Internet browser can open 2 connections and the TSX ETZ
authorizes a maximum of 16 connections.
Each HTTP connection is automatically closed after one minute of inactivity.
The connection remains active whilst passwords are entered.
z
z
z
As a result, 8 Internet browsers can be connected to a TSX ETZ module.
If the number of HTTP connections is reached, the browser displays the following
page:
e 503 Service Unavailable - Microsoft Internet Explorer
File
Edit
Back
Address e
View
Forward
http://192.168.2.14
Favorites
X
Stop
Tools
Help
>>
Refresh
Home
Search
Go
Links >>
Maximum number of connections has been
exceeded
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e Internet
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Micro Home Page
Overview
The visitor accesses the Micro home page by entering the IP address of the module
in his web browser. No password is required to display this page.
Home Page
This Micro home page looks like this.
e FactoryCast Web Server TSX ETZ510 - Microsoft Internet Explorer
View
Favorites Tools
Help
File Edit
X
Forward
Back
Stop
Refresh
Address e http://139.158.13.141/
a brand of
Schneider
Electric
Telemecanique
Home
>>
Home
Search
Favorites
History
Mail
Go
Print
Links >>
FactoryCastTM TSX ETZ510
Home Documentation
Monitoring
Control
Diagnostics
Maintenance Setup
Product
Version
About
Copyright © 2000-2004, Schneider Automation SAS. All Rights reserved.
Internet
Links
From the Micro home page, you can access the following pages :
z
z
z
z
‘Monitoring’,
‘Diagnostics’,
‘Setup’,
‘Documentation’.
The visitor will have to supply a user name and a password to access the services
proposed in these pages.
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Diagnostics Home Page
Home Page
This page lists the various services supported by the default web site of the module
and provides links for accessing the services you require.
Illustration
The ‘Diagnostics’ home page looks like this :
a brand of
Schneider
Electric
Telemecanique
Diagnostics
FactoryCastTM TSX ETZ510
Home Documentation
Monitoring
Control
Diagnostics
Maintenance
Setup
Ethernet Statistics
Unitelway Statistics
PPP/Modem Log File
Rack viewer
FDR Statistics
MIB Upload
Copyright © 200-2004, Schneider Automation SAS. All Rights reserved.
Internet
Links
To access the service you require, click on a link.
z
z
z
z
z
z
‘Ethernet Statistics’,
‘Unitelway Statistics’,
‘PPP/Modem Log File’,
‘Rack viewer’,
‘FDR Statistics’.
‘MIB Upload’.
Note: The ‘Rack viewer’ service is the only described. Other services are in TSX
ETZ User’s Guide.
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Ethernet Statistics Page
At a Glance
This page shows the Ethernet network statistics. It is used to perform diagnostics on
a network.
Illustration
View of the TSX ETZ 410 Ethernet Statistics page:
Ethernet Module Statistics
so-etz1
Mac Address :
00.80.f4.01.03.84
848022
Transmit Interrupts :
555896
Transmit Timeout Errors :
0
Collision Errors :
39
Missed Packet Errors :
0
Memory Errors :
0
Restart :
0
0
IP Adress :
Operational Statistics
Receive Interrupts :
Functioning Errors
Receiver Statistics
Framing Errors :
0
Overflow Errors :
CRC Errors :
0
Receive Buffer Errors : 0
Transmit Buffer Errors :
0
Silo Underflow :
0
Late Collision :
0
Lost Carrier :
2
Transmit Retries :
0
Transmitter Statistics
Reset counters
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Unitelway Statistics Pages
At a Glance
This page shows the Unitelway network statistics. It is used to perform diagnostics
on a network.
Illustration
View of the TSX ETZ 410 Unitelway Statistics page:
Unitelway Statistics
45
ATZ slave addresses
Local error counters
Messages sent and not acknowledged
0
Transmission refused
0
Received and not acknowledged
0
Received and refused
0
Performance counters
Messages sent and acknowledged in 1 sec.
0
Messages received and acknowledged in 1 sec.
0
Reset counters
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RS232 Modem Link Page Diagnostics
At a Glance
This page is used to perform diagnostics on the RS232 Modem link.
Illustration
View of the PPP/Modem Log File page:
e http://139.160.234.13/secure/system/pppLog.txt - Microsoft Internet Explorer
File Edit
View
Go
Favorites Help
X
Forward
Back
Stop
Refresh
Home
Address e http://139.160.234.13/secure/system/pppLog.txt
Search
Favorites
e
History
Channels
Links
*****************************************
TSX ETZ410-510 --- PPP/Modem Log File --*****************************************
-----------------------Modem connection configured
PPP server ok
PPP Server: IP Remote Address: 85.16.0.1
Channels
PPP Server: IP Local Address: 85.16.0.2
PPP Link down
-----------------------Modem connection configured
Rs232 link down
-----------------------Modem connection configured
e
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Description
The page displays a text file reporting on the last four connections.
Possible reports are as follows:
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Name
Meaning
Dial phone number...
The modem is dialing the remote number.
No Remote Modem Answer
The remote modem does not reply.
Remote Modem connection OK
modem connection is established.
Phone line Busy
remote modem is engaged.
Phone Line Error
No dialing tone.
No Modem answer
local modem does not reply.
PPP Client Connected on Remote
network
Local client has successfully connected to a
network or a remote station.
PPP Client: IP Remote Address:
xx.xx.xx.xx
IP address of the station dialed
PPP Client: IP Remote Network:
xx.xx.xx.xx
Network number of the IP station dialed
PPP Client: IP Local Address:
xx.xx.xx.xx
Local IP address of the dialing station
PPP Client Connection Error
The PPP connection does not set up
(password problem or IP address problem).
Direct cable connection
configured
The RS232 link is ready for a cable
connection.
Modem connection configured
A modem connection is configured.
PPP server ok
A call from a remote station has been
established.
PPP Server: IP Remote Address:
IP address of the remote dialing station
PPP Server: IP Local Address
Local IP address of the station
RS232 link down
Communication breakdown (cable
disconnected etc.)
NOTE: this report is usual procedure before
the modem dials a remote number (Dial
phone number).
PPP connection timeout expired
Detection of connection Time Out,
communication has been cut.
PPP Link down
Modem communication has been cut.
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Rack Viewer Page
Overview
The Rack Viewer Page displays the current configuration of the TSX Micro.
Sample Page
Here is an example of a Rack Viewer page.
RACK VIEWER
1
0
A
n
a
C
o
u
n
t
TSX
3722
5
CTZ
1A
DMZ
28DTK
2
Data
3
DEZ
12D2
ASZ
200
AEZ
801
4
6
7
9
DMZ
4,0,0,20 DEZ
12D2
8
10
The following information is provided for each module displayed in the rack.
A vertical label displays the module type and part number
z The box in the upper left hand corner of the module displays the slot number and
module health:
z A yellow box indicates that the module is functioning properly
z A red box indicates that the module is not functioning properly
z
Links
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Click a module icon to obtain detailed information about that module.
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Monitoring Home Page
Home Page
This page lists the various viewer services supported by the default web site of the
module and provides links for accessing the services you require.
Illustration
The ‘Monitoring’ home page looks like this:
a brand of
Schneider
Electric
Telemecanique
Monitoring
FactoryCastTM TSX ETZ510
Home Documentation
Monitoring
Control
Diagnostics
Maintenance
Setup
Data Editor
Graphic Editor
Custom Pages
with password
without password
Copyright © 2000-2004, Schneider Automation SAS. All Rights reserved.
Internet
To access the service you require, click on a link.
z
z
z
z
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Data editor : for creating variable data tables, so as to be able to determine their
value when the table is animated.
Graphic editor : for creating graphics, so as to be able to determine the value of
variables when the graphic is animated.
Password-protected custom pages : for viewing screen pages (accessible with
password) created by the user.
Custom pages without password protection : for viewing screen pages
(accessible to everyone) created by the user.
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Data Editor Page
At a Glance
This page is used to create animation tables containing lists of PLC variables to be
displayed or modified. This function is useful when running diagnostics on an
application. Variables are accessed:
z
z
By numbers for the TSX ETZ 410,
By numbers and symbols for the TSX ETZ 510.
Note: Write access is managed by password (default value): USER.
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Illustration
View of the TSX ETY 410 Data Editor page:
<new>
Save.
Delete..
Search..
Insert..
Value
Format
Cut..
Paste
Password
The automate program name is STATION:0.0.
Variable
Address
Type of data
State
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Note: For further information, refer to the FactoryCast user manual
ref. 890 USE 152.
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Faulty Device Replacement Statistics Page - FDR
At a Glance
This page allows diagnostics for the Faulty Device Replacement (FDR) function.
Illustration
View of the TSX ETZ 410 faulty device replacement statistics page:
Faulty Device Replacement Statistics
Status :
Stopped
Parameters saved on the server : NO
Dhcp Tries :
0
Automatic Backups :
0
User Backup :
0
Ftp Connections Errors :
0
Ftp Backup/Restore Errors :
0
Reset counters
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Parameters
Description of the parameters:
Name
Status
Description
Indicates the FDR function status:
z Starting, Running, Stopped or Error
Parameters saved on
server
Parameters saved on the server:
z Yes or No
this information is only important when the FDR function is
active.
Dhcp Tries
Total number of DHCP tries.
Automatic Backups
Total number of TSX ETZ configuration backups successfully
performed automatically in the server. (See Commands
Zone, p. 116.)
User Backups
Total number of TSX ETZ configuration backups successfully
performed in the server by the user, using the Force Backup
button on the Automatic Configuration page (p. 116).
Ftp Connections Errors
Number of times, where the FTP connection could not be
made. This error counter indicates FTP errors besides those
of reading or writing the configuration file.
Ftp Backup/Restore Errors Number of times, where the backup or restoration by FTP of
the configuration file could not be performed.
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Setup Home Page
Home Page
This page lists the various services used to configure the module.
Illustration
The ‘Setup’ home page looks like this :
a brand of
Schneider
Electric
Telemecanique
Setup
FactoryCastTM TSX ETZ510
Home Documentation
Monitoring
Control
Diagnostics
Maintenance
Setup
Security
IP Configuration
Unitelway Configuration
Automatic Configuration
SNMP Configuration
Reboot
Copyright © 2000-2004, Schneider Automation SAS. All Rights reserved.
Internet
Links
To access the configuration service you require, click on a link :
z
z
z
z
z
z
‘Security’,
‘IP Configuration’,
‘Unitelway Configuration’,
‘Automatic Configuration’,
‘SNMP Configuration’,
‘Reboot’.
Note: These configuration services are described in TSX ETZ User’s Guide.
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Security Page
At a Glance
When accessing via HTTP, this page allows modification of:
z
z
z
The user name and the password for accessing the home page,
The password for writing variables in the data editor,
The password for access to configuration parameters.
The user name and passwords are a maximum of 15 characters in non-extended
ASCII.
The default values of the Username/Password fields protecting access to web
pages are set to USER/USER.
Note: In the case of a TSX ETZ 510 module, the HTTP Password and Data
Password zones do not appear. It is the FactoryCast Configurator, which allows
these passwords to be modified.
Illustration
View of the TSX ETZ 410 security page:
Passwords
HTTP Password
HTTP User Name :
HTTP Password :
Confirm HTTP Password :
Data Password
Write Data Password :
Confirm Write Password :
Configuration Password
Write Configuration Password :
Confirm Write Password :
Apply
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How to Modify
HTTP Access
Rights
The procedure is as follows:
Step Action
1
Enter the new User name.
2
Enter the new password.
3
Confirm the new password.
4
Enable the alteration with the Apply button.
5
Click on the Reboot button to accept the modification in the module.
Result: a confirmation window appears.
How to Modify
the Data
Password
The procedure is as follows:
Step Action
1
Enter the current password (case-sensitive).
2
Enter the new password.
3
Confirm the new password.
4
Enable the alteration with the Apply button.
5
Click on the OK button to accept the modification in the module.
Result: a window appears to signal that the password has been successfully
changed
Result: a confirmation window appears.
How to Modify
the
Configuration
Password
The procedure is as follows:
Step Action
1
Enter the current password (case sensitive).
2
Enter the new password.
3
Confirm the new password.
4
Enable the alteration with the Apply button.
5
Click on the OK button to accept the modification in the module.
Result: a window appears to signal that the password has been successfully
changed.
Result: a confirmation window appears.
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Configuration Page for the TCP/IP Utilities
At a Glance
This page allows the configuration of the TCP/IP utilities of the TSX ETZ module.
Note: Write access is managed by a password (Configuration password) which
is by default USER.
The content of this page is explained in the chapter Configuring TSX ETZ Modules
(p. 102).
Illustration
View of the IP Configuration page:
IP Parameters
Configured
IP Address
Automatic configuration
139
IP address :
Subnetwork mask : 255
Gateway adress : 139
Network : 8
160 234 41
255 254 0
160 234 1
XWAY Address
Station :
Configuration of Connections
Access Control
Connections : 1
Xway Address :
IP Address :
Protocol :
Access : Mode :
8 3
139 160 234 42
UNITE
MULTI
New
4
Network Connection
Ethernet
Modem
Edit
Remove
Cancel
Ok Ok Cancel
XWay IP Address Protocol Access Mode
139.160.234.42 UNITE Allowed MULTI
1 8.3
Ethernet configuration
Ethernet II
802.3
Apply
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Configuration Page for the Unitelway Link
At a Glance
This page allows the configuration of the Unitelway function of the TSX ETZ module.
Note: Write access is managed by a password (Configuration password) which
is by default USER.
The content of this page is explained in the chapter Configuring TSX ETZ Modules
(p. 102).
Illustration
View of the Unitelway Configuration page:
Unitelway Configuration
Ad0 Number :
4
Adresse Number :
2
Baud Rate :
Auto
Parity :
Odd
Timeout (s) :
1
Apply
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Automatic Configuration Page
At a Glance
This page is used to configure the TSX ETZ module to the BOOTP or DHCP(FDR)
client.
Note: Important: Automatic Configuration Field must have been selected on the
IP Configuration page (p. 85).
Note: Write access is managed by a password (Configuration password) which
is by default USER.
The content of this page is explained in the chapter Configuring TSX ETZ Modules
(p. 102).
Illustration
View of the Automatic Configuration page:
Automatic Configuration
Automatic configuration, main parameters
(automatic configuration must be enable) :
BOOTP
DHCP (FDR)
Device’s Role name :
FDR Replication period :
ETZDefaultName
300
Commands :
Force Restore (Server to Module)
Restore
Force Backup (Module to Server)
Backup
Apply
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Reset
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Configuration Page for the SNMP Function
At a Glance
This page allows the configuration of the SNMP function of the TSX ETZ module.
Note: Write access is managed by a password (Configuration password) which
is by default USER.
The content of this page is explained in the chapter Configuring TSX ETZ Modules
(p. 102).
Illustration
View of the SNMP Configuration page:
SNMP Configuration
IP address managers
IP address manager 1
0
0
0
0
IP address manager 2
0
0
0
0
Agent
Location (SysLocation)
Contact (SysContact)
Community names
Set
public
Get
public
Trap
public
Security
Enable “Authentification Failure” Trap
Apply
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Utilities
Module Reboot Page
At a Glance
This page reboots the TSX ETZ module. The reboot should be performed to accept
new configuration parameters. All connections are broken following a reboot.
Note: Reboot is managed by a password (Configuration password) which is by
default USER.
Illustration
View of the reboot page:
Reboot
Click button to reboot
Reboot device
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Installing the TSX ETZ 410/510
Module
3
At a Glance
About this
Chapter
What's in this
Chapter?
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This chapter deals with the installation of the TSX ETZ 410/510 modules.
For an overview of the installation of the module, see Installing the TSX ETZ Summary, p. 121.
This chapter contains the following sections:
Section
Topic
Page
3.1
Topology Principles
93
3.2
Configuring TSX ETZ 410/510 Modules
102
3.3
Configuration of Serial RS232 Links
120
3.4
Installing the TSX ETZ - Summary
121
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3.1
Topology Principles
At a Glance
About this
Section
This section introduces the topology principles for connecting the TSX ETZ
modules.
What's in this
Section?
This section contains the following topics:
Topic
General
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Page
94
Direct Connection between Micro and TSX ETZ
96
Connection of a TSX ETZ on the Uni-Telway Network
98
TSX ETZ Connection via Modem
100
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General
At a Glance
The ETZ module is autonomous.
Changing speed on the Ethernet medium (10/100 Mbits) is automatic. So that the
module is operational, it should be powered and connected by a Unitelway network
to a Unitelway master TSX 3710/3721/3722.
A lit RUN LED indicates that the module is operating (correct Unitelway scanning,
module configured on the TCP/IP level, etc.).
The module does not have the concept of starting from cold or warm as the memory
is not backed up when there is a power outage.
When powered, the module systematically reboots the hardware and the software.
The connection speed on the Terminal port of the Micro is optimized at 19200 baud.
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Front Face
View of the front face of the TSX ETZ 510 module:
LED indicators
.01.12.20
Module MAC address
Mini Din terminal
Port
RJ45 RS 485 port
Uni-Telway link
RJ45 port
Ethernet link
9-pin SUB D RS 232 port
for modem link
Terminal block
Module power supply
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Direct Connection between Micro and TSX ETZ
At a Glance
From the possible direct connections of the TSX ETZ module, the most common
ones are given below.
Connection on
Example of connection of a TSX ETZ on the TER port of a TSX 3710:
TER Port
Programming
terminal
TSX ETZ CDN 003
TSX ETZ
TSX 3710
PCX 1031/3030
TER
Ethernet connection
OR
Connection to a modem
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Connection on
AUX Port
Example of connection of a TSX ETZ on the AUX port of a TSX 3721:
FTX 117 adjustment terminal
OR
Programming
terminal
PCX 1031/3030
Programming
terminal
PCX 1031/3030
TSX ETZ
TSX ETZ CDN 003
TSX 3721/22
AUX
Ethernet connection
OR
Modem connection
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Connection of a TSX ETZ on the Uni-Telway Network
At a Glance
From the possible direct connections of the TSX ETZ module on a Uni-Telway
network, the most common ones are given below.
Connection via
the TSX P ACC
01 Box
Example of connection of a TSX ETZ on a Uni-Telway network, via the
TSX P ACC 01 box:
Programming
terminal
TSX ETZ
TSX 3721/22
TSX ETZ CDN 003
TSX PCX 1031/3030
TER AUX
Uni-Telway Bus
TSX P ACC 01
Note: It is not possible to connect a FTX 117 adjustment terminal on the TER port
of the TSX ETZ module. The consumption of the terminal on the TER port is very
important.
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Connection
on the
TSX P ACC 01
AUX Port
Example of connection of a TSX ETZ on a Uni-Telway network, via the TSX P ACC
01 AUX port:
TSX 3721/22
Programming
TSX ETZ
terminal
TER
TSX PCX
1031/3030
TSX ETZ CDN 003
Uni-Telway Bus
TER AUX
TSX P ACC 01
This configuration is recommended, as it leaves the TER port of the TSX ETZ
module available to connect a terminal, for example.
In this case, the TER port of the Micro offers a maximum of 8 configurable slave
addresses:
z
z
the TSX ETZ occupies 2 Uni-Telway addresses,
the programming terminal occupies 3 addresses,
Three addresses therefore remain available.
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TSX ETZ Connection via Modem
At a Glance
From the possible connections that can be made to the TSX ETZ module, the most
common ones are given below.
Note: Under all circumstances, the TSX ETZ 410/510 is connected to a modem via
a straight-thru cable.
ETZ to ETZ
Connection
Example of a connection between two Micros via a modem link.
TSX 3721/22
TSX 3721/22
TSX ETZ CDN 003
TSX ETZ CDN 003
TSX ETZ
TSX ETZ
Modem
Modem
Switched Telephone
Network
PPP and PAP Protocols
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ETZ to PC
Connection
Connection between a Micro and a remote PC via a modem
TSX 3721/22
TSX ETZ CDN 003
Remote PC
TSX ETZ
Modem
Modem
Switched Telephone
Network
PPP and PAP Protocols
Connection of
ETZ to an
Ethernet
Network
Connection between a Micro and an Ethernet network via a modem
TSX 3721/22
TSX ETZ CDN 003
TSX ETZ
Modem
Modem
Switched Telephone
Network
PPP and PAP Protocols
Remote Access
Server
Ethernet Network
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3.2
Configuring TSX ETZ 410/510 Modules
At a Glance
About this
Section
This section deals with the configuration of the TSX ETZ 410/510 modules.
What's in this
Section?
This section contains the following topics:
102
Topic
Page
Access to the Module Configuration
103
Configuration Parameters linked to TCP/IP Utilities
105
Ethernet Connection Parameters
107
Modem Connection Parameters
110
Configuration Parameters Connected to the Uni-Telway Link
114
Automatic Configuration
115
Configuration of the SNMP Module
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Access to the Module Configuration
At a Glance
The TSX ETZ modules are only configured using an Internet browser, which is
currently available on the market.
It is possible to access the configuration page either by Ethernet link, or by RS 232
serial link.
The module configuration does not require connection to a Micro. In this case, the
RUN LED will be extinguished and the ERR LED will flash.
Configuring via
Ethernet Link
To access the module configuration pages for the first time, via a HTTP link, follow
the steps below:
Step Action
1
Connect the module to the Ethernet network and switch it on.
2
Open the Internet browser on your PC.
3
In the "Address" field, enter the command: http://<ETZ_default_IP_address>, then
<Enter>.
Note: the IP address is calculated using the MAC address of the module, which is
printed on its front face. (See Default Ethernet Interface IP Address for the ETZ
Module, p. 30).
The home page is displayed on the screen.
4
Click the link marked Setup home page. (See Setup Home Page, p. 82.)
5
Enter the default user name (UserName): "USER" and the default password: "USER"
(without quotation marks), then <Enter>.
6
The configuration index page appears: then click on the required link. (See Setup
Home Page, p. 82.)
Note: For the following connections, proceed in the same way, but enter the IP
address, the corresponding user name and password, if these have been modified.
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Configuring via
RS 232 Serial
Link
For the first connection, it is necessary to configure the components of your
operating system, so that it can communicate with the TSX ETZ module. (See
Configuration of Serial RS232 Links, p. 120). Once these components are
configured, follow the steps below:
Step Action
1
Connect a RS 232 crossover cable between a PC COM port and the 9-pin SUB-D
port on the ETZ module ( p. 140.)
2
Establish the serial connection between the PC and the module.
3
Open the Internet browser on your PC
4
In the "Address" field, type: http://85.16.0.2, then <Enter>.
5
Enter the default user name (UserName): "USER" and the default password: "USER"
(without quotation marks), then <Enter>.
6
The configuration index page appears: then click on the required link. (See Setup
Home Page, p. 82.)
Note: For the following connections, the IP address to be entered is always the
same, but enter the corresponding user name and password, if these have been
modified.
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Configuration Parameters linked to TCP/IP Utilities
At a Glance
The TCP/IP utilities are configured using the IP Configuration (p. 85) screen and
the Setup home page (p. 82) menu in the HTTP server embedded into the module.
IP Address Zone
View of the IP address
IP Address
Configured
Automatic configuration
IP Address :
139
160
234
41
Subnetwork mask :
255
255
254
0
Gateway Address :
139
160
234
1
This zone allows the Ethernet Interface IP address of a module to be defined in two
distinct ways:
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z
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Either by manually configuring the address by clicking on the Configured button.
Or the address is supplied by a BOOTP server device by clicking on the
Automatic configuration, the entry zone for the addresses is therefore grayed.
If manual configuration is selected, you can enter:
z The IP address of the module in the IP Address zone.
z The subnetwork mask, Subnetwork mask
z The Gateway address
If you select the auto configuration, the IP address of the module is configured via
a remote device, which serves as the BOOTP/DHCP server.
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XWAY Address
Zone
X-Way address entry: Network and Station number
Illustration
XWAY Address
Network :
Network
Connection Zone
8
Station :
4
View of the Network connection zone:
Network Connection
Ethernet
Modem
This zone allows the selection of the type of link to be used:
z
z
Ethernet (default)
Modem
Depending on the type of link selected, certain sections of the IP configuration page
are different.
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Ethernet Connection Parameters
At a Glance
If Ethernet is selected in the Network Connection zone, the configuration page
allows the modification of:
z
z
Ethernet
Configuration
The Ethernet format in the Ethernet Configuration zone.
The configuration and the list of connections that can be opened by the module,
in the Configuration of connections zone.
This is configured in the following zone:
Ethernet configuration
Ethernet II
802.3
The two available buttons allow the selection of:
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The Ethernet II format, corresponding to the RFC 894 standard (most commonly
used).
The 802.3 format, corresponding to the RFC 1042 standard. This format will be
used when the remote devices use this format.
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Configuration of
Connections
This zone allows:
z
z
z
The configuration of the number of connections that can be opened by the
module,
The activation of an access control utility,
The entry of remote devices, which can be connected to the module, depending
on whether a mono or multi-connection communication protocol is used.
Illustration:
Configuration of Connections
Connections :
Access Control
1
Xway Address :
8
IP Address :
3
139
New
160
Edit
234
Remove
Protocol :
42
UNITE
Ok
Access :
Mode :
MULTI
Cancel
General Parameters:
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Parameters
Value to enter
Connections
This field allows the entry of the maximum number of remote devices, which
are likely to be connected parallel to the module.
z The default value is 8 connections
z The value can be made from between 1 and 32 connections
Access
Control
This checkbox allows (de)activation of the control of the remote devices
requesting the opening of a TCP connection towards the module.
z If the box is checked, the access control management is activated and the
Access column in the table is not grayed (active). When the module
functions in server mode, only the remote devices selected by the Access
box are authorized to connect as a client then communicate.
z If the box is not checked, the access control management is inactive and
the Access column in the table is grayed (inactive). When the module
functions in server mode, the remote third party devices can be connected
as clients and communicate with the module without having to be
declared in the table.
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Entry of information for remote devices to be connected to the module:
Parameters
Values
Editing buttons
z New: allows entry of a new device
z Edit: allows a device to be modified
z Remove: removes a device
z OK: confirms the entry
z Cancel: cancels the current modifications
Entry zones
X-Way Address Allows entry of X-Way address:
z Network number: between 0 and 127
z Station number. Between:
z 0 and 63 for a UNITE connection
z 100 and 163 for a Modbus connection
IP Address
Allows entry of device's IP address.
Protocol
List, which allows the selection of the communication protocol used by
each remote device:
z UNITE (default)
z MODBUS
Access
When checked, this box denotes the remote devices, which are
authorized to open a TCP connection, then send to the PLC (Micro in
server mode).
Mode
z MONO: the module only allows one connection with the same remote
IP address.
z MULTI: the module allows only one connection in client mode with the
same remote IP address and several connections in server mode with
the same remote IP address.
Correspondence
Table
A table lists all the remote devices connected to the TSX ETZ module:
Illustration
Protocol
Access
Mode
1
8.3
XWay
139.160.234.42
IP Address
UNITE
Allowed
MULTI
2
8.5
139.255.250.255
MODBUS Allowed
MONO
To edit a device, double click on the required line.
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Modem Connection Parameters
At a Glance
If Modem is chosen in the Network Connection zone, the configuration page
allows the modification of the configuration and the list of connections, which can be
opened by the module, in the Configuration of connections zone.
Configuration of
the RS 232/
Modem
Parameters
These parameters are configured in the following zone:
RS232/Modem Parameters
Use Eth IP addr as PPP IP addr
Baud Rate :
57400
Stop Bit :
1
Parity :
Max. time between 2 frames (s) :
0
Max. connection time (s) :
0
Hayes :
Odd
ATS0=2&W0&Y0
Parameters to configure:
Parameters
Values
Baud Rate
Speed of RS 232 link to be chosen according to the modem you have: 4800, 9600, 19200,
38400 and 57400.
Parity
Odd, even or without parity
Stop Bit
Number of stop bits
Max. time between 2
frames
If the time between two frames is greater than the entry value in this field (in seconds), the
connection will be cut. If the entry time is 0; no checks are carried out.
Max. connection time
This field allows the maximum connection time (in seconds) to be set. At the end of this time the
connection will be cut. If the entry time is 0; no checks are carried out.
Hayes
Configuration by string of Hayes characters. Allows the sending of commands in Hayes* format
to the modem
Use Eth IP addr as PPP IP
addr
If the box is checked then the IP address for the modem interface will be the same as the
Ethernet interface, if not, the IP address for the modem interface will be 85.16.0.2.
* Refer to your modem's documentation for the supported Hayes commands.
Example: AT&FS0=2
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Configuration of
Connections
This zone allows:
z
z
z
The configuration of the number of connections that can be opened by the
module
The activation of an access control utility
The entry of remote devices, which can be connected to the module, depending
on whether a mono or multi-connection communication protocol is used.
Illustration:
Configuration of Connections
Connections :
Access Control
1
Xway Address :
8
IP Address :
3
139
160
N° :
234
Protocol :
42
UNITE
User :
New
Edit
Remove
Access :
Mode :
MULTI
Password :
Ok
Cancel
General Parameters:
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Parameters
Value to enter
Connections
This field allows the entry of the maximum number of remote devices,
which are likely to be connected to the module.
Access Control
This checkbox allows (de)activation of the control of the remote devices
requesting the opening of a TCP connection towards the module.
z If the box is checked, the access control management is activated
and the Access column in the table is not grayed (active). When the
module functions in server mode, only the remote devices selected
by the Access box are authorized to connect as a client then
communicate.
z If the box is not checked, the access control management is inactive
and the Access column in the table is grayed (inactive). When the
module functions in server mode, the remote third party devices can
be connected as clients and communicate with the module without
having to be declared in the table.
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Entry of information for remote devices to be connected to the module:
Parameters
Values
Editing buttons
z New: allows entry of a new device
z Edit: allows a device to be modified
z Remove: removes a device
z OK: confirms the entry
z Cancel: cancels the current modifications
Entry zones
X-Way Address
Allows entry of X-Way address:
z Network number: between 0 and 127
z Station number. Must be between:
z 0 and 63 for a UNITE connection
z 100 and 163 for a Modbus connection
IP Address
Allows entry of an IP address
Protocol
List, which allows the selection of the communication protocol used by
each remote device:
z UNITE (default)
z MODBUS
Access
When checked, this box denotes the remote devices, which are
authorized to open a TCP connection, then send to the PLC (Micro in
server mode).
Mode
z MONO: the module only allows one connection with the same
remote IP address.
z MULTI: the module allows only one connection in client mode with
the same remote IP address and several connections in server
mode with the same remote IP address.
No.
This field allows the entry of the number of each remote device.
User
This field allows the entry of the username of each remote device.
Password
This field allows the entry of the password of each remote device.
Note: The TSX ETZ module does not manage the password associated with the
modem connection in server mode. All telephone connections are accepted.
Access control takes place on the IP address level of the remote device, as well as
by the PAP protocol. The password should be managed on the modem level.
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Correspondence
Table
A table lists all the remote devices connected to the TSX ETZ module:
Illustration
1
User
XWay IP Address Protocol Access Mode Phone N°
8.3 139.160.234.42 UNITE Allowed MULTI 0452352020 User
To edit a device, double click on the required line.
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Configuration Parameters Connected to the Uni-Telway Link
At a Glance
The Uni-Telway link is configured using the Uni-Telway Configuration (p. 86)
screen and the Setup home page (p. 82) menu in the HTTP server loaded into the
module.
View of the entry zone:
Ad0 Number :
4
Adresse Number :
2
Baud Rate :
Auto
Parity :
Odd
Timeout (s) :
Apply
Parameters
1
Reset
Table of the parameters:
Parameter
Values
Ad0 Number
Network access address, used in Micro client mode to access devices
connected to the TCP/IP network.
Values: 4 to 98
Address
Number
Cannot be configured. The TSX ETZ occupies 2 Uni-Telway addresses. The
second is used by the loaded software when the TSX ETZ receives a
message from a TCP/IP device, which is intended for the Micro (Micro
server).
Baud Rate
Auto, 9600 or 19200 baud (recommended).
Parity
Odd, Even, None (recommended).
Timeout (s)
Value of the completion time (in seconds).
Click on the Apply button to validate the alterations performed.
Click on the Reset button to cancel the current alterations.
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Automatic Configuration
At a Glance
In order to use the module in automatic configuration mode, you must set the
configuration parameters. Configuration takes place with the help of the Automatic
Configuration (p. 87) page from theSetup home page (p. 82) menu.
The Automatic Configuration option must then be chosen in the IP Configuration
page. (See IP Address Zone, p. 105.)
Two buttons: Apply and Reset allow you to confirm the modifications or reset the
old values.
Main Parameters
Zone
Illustration:
Automatic configuration, main parameters
(automatic configuration must be enable) :
BOOTP
Device’s Role name :
FDR Replication period :
DHCP (FDR)
ETZDefaultName
300
Utility choice:
z
The BOOTP/DHCP(FDR) buttons allow you to choose between a BOOTP or a
DHCP (FDR) server.
If the Faulty Device Replacement function (FDR) is required, set the button to
DHCP(FDR), then:
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in the entry zone Device’s Role name enter the name given to the module.
In the FDR Replication period entry zone, enter the period of automatic
comparison (in seconds) between the TSX ETZ configuration and the
configuration saved in the DHCP server. If a difference is detected, the TSX ETZ
module automatically saves the configuration in the server.
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Commands Zone
Illustration:
Commands :
z
z
Force Restore (Server to Module)
Restore
Force Backup (Module to Server)
Backup
The Restore button: Forces the TSX ETZ to revert to the configuration from the
server.
The Backup button: Forces the TSX ETZ to save its configuration in the server.
Important
Note: when DHCP(FDR) mode is active, any modification of the content of a
configuration page is automatically saved in the server (Backup), as soon as the
modification is validated by the Apply button.
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Configuration of the SNMP Module
At a Glance
In order to use the module as an SNMP agent, you must set the configuration
parameters.
The configuration of the SNMP module is carried out using the SNMP
Configuration (p. 88) screen and the Setup home page (p. 82) menu of the HTTP
server embedded into the module.
Parameters linked to the SNMP module are divided into 4 categories:
z
z
z
z
IP address managers zone z
Agent zone
Zone Community names zone
Security zone
Two buttons: Apply and Reset allow you to confirm the modifications or reset the
old values.
Note: Only 7-bit ASCII characters can be used in the character string entry fields.
IP Address
Managers Zone
Illustration:
IP Address managers
IP Address manager 1
0
0
0
0
IP Address manager 2
0
0
0
0
This zone allows the completion of the SNMP administrator's IP addresses. The
modules authorize a maximum of two administrators.
These addresses are used during possible transmission of events (TRAP).
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Agent Zone
Illustration:
Agent
Location (SysLocation)
Contact (SysContact)
This zone allows the localization and identification of an agent from the SNMP
administrator. It comprises two fields:
z
z
Community Zone
The Location (SysLocation) field: indicates the physical location of the device
(maximum string of 32 characters).
The Contact (SysContact) field: indicates the personnel to contact for device
management and the method of contact (maximum string of 32 characters).
Illustration:
Community names
Set
public
Get
public
Trap
public
This zone allows the definition of a community name by utility family Set, Get and
Trap. It comprises three fields:
z
z
z
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The Set field: defines the community name to the Set utility (maximum string of
16 characters). The default value of the field is "Public".
The Get field: defines the community name to the Get utility (maximum string of
16 characters). The default value of the field is "Public".
The Trap field: defines the community name to the Trap utility (maximum string
of 16 characters). The default value of the field is "Public".
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Security Zone
Illustration:
Security
Enable “Authentification Failure” Trap
Apply
Reset
This zone contains a checkbox that allows the validation of the transmission of an
identification error event (TRAP) from the SNMP agent to the administrator who sent
the request transmission.
In this way, the agent warns the administrator that the request has been refused
following an identification error (community name configured in the administrator is
different to the one configured in the agent).
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3.3
Configuration of Serial RS232 Links
Configuration of Serial RS232 Links
At a Glance
In order to use a connection by serial modem link, you need to install and/or
configure certain elements in your Windows operating system.
To do this, refer to the general Readme file on the CD-ROM supplied with this
product.
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3.4
Installing the TSX ETZ - Summary
Installing the TSX ETZ - Summary
Illustration
Summary of operations to be performed
Installation of the TSX ETZ Module
1
Configuration of the TSX ETZ Module
Via a serial link
by modem
On an Ethernet network
2
Access the configuration via
an internet browser
Configure the serial
link of the PC
2
Automatic
Access the HTTP server of
the TSX ETZ Module
via an Internet browser
Manual
DHCP(FDR)
BOOTP
3
3
Choose
Automatic Configuration
in the Uni-Telway
IP Configuration page
Choose
Automatic Configuration
in the Uni-Telway
IP Configuration page
4
Enter Uni-Telway
parameters
in the Uni-Telway
Configuration page
4
Enter Uni-Telway
parameters
in the Uni-Telway
Configuration page
6
Enter IP parameters
in the Uni-Telway
IP Configuration page
7
Enter IP parameters
in the Uni-Telway
IP Configuration page
5
5
Select BOOTP
in the Uni-Telway
Automatic Configuration
page
Select DHCP(FDR)
in the Uni-Telway
Automatic Configuration
page
4
Enter Uni-Telway
parameters
in the Uni-Telway
Configuration page
6
Enter IP parameters
in the Uni-Telway
IP Configuration page
8
Reboot the module in
the Reboot page
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Rapid access
Number
122
Page number
1
Dimensions and Mounting of TSX ETZ modules, p. 128
2
Access to the Module Configuration, p. 103
3
Configuration Parameters linked to TCP/IP Utilities, p. 105
4
Configuration Parameters Connected to the Uni-Telway Link, p. 114
5
Automatic Configuration, p. 115
6
Ethernet Connection Parameters, p. 107
7
Modem Connection Parameters, p. 110
8
Module Reboot Page, p. 89
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Hardware Specifications
4
At a Glance
About this
Chapter
This chapter deals with the hardware specifications of the TSX ETZ 410/510
modules.
What's in this
Chapter?
This chapter contains the following sections:
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Section Topic
Page
4.1
Description
125
4.2
Installing TSX ETZ Modules
128
4.3
Connections
131
4.4
Diagnostics
141
4.5
Electrical Specifications
142
4.6
Norms and Standards
143
4.7
Service Conditions
144
123
Hardware Specifications
124
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Hardware Specifications
4.1
Description
At a Glance
About this
Section
This section deals with the physical description of the TSX ETZ 410/510 modules.
What's in this
Section?
This section contains the following topics:
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Topic
Page
Physical Description
126
Description of the Support Plate
127
125
Hardware Specifications
Physical Description
At a Glance
View of the TSX ETZ module:
1
2
3
4
5
7
6
Description
Description of the front of the module:
Number Description
126
1
3 indicator LEDs (See Indicator LEDs, p. 141):
z A RUN LED (green)
z An ERR LED (red)
z An Rx/Tx LED (orange)
2
A Mini-Din connector for terminal port (p. 135).
3
A type RJ45connector for Uni-Telway RS 485 link (p. 135).
4
A type RJ45 connector for Ethernet link (p. 133).
5
A SUB D 9 points connector for modem link (p. 134).
6
A screw in terminal block to link the 24 VDC supply voltage ( p. 132).
7
Support plate allowing for the attachment of the module directly on AM1-DE200/
DP200 type DIN profile or Telequick AM1-PA perforated mounting plate.
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Hardware Specifications
Description of the Support Plate
At a Glance
Each TSX ETZ module is delivered mounted on a support plate, which allows
attachment to either: the DIN AM1-DE200 or AM1-DP200 profile, or to a Telequick
AM1-PA perforated mounting plate.
Illustration
View of the plate:
1
2
3
4
1
Description
Description of the plate:
Number Description
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1
Two 5.5-mm diameter holes allow attachment of the plate on to a panel or
AM1-PA perforated mounting plate with an entre-axe of 140-mm (Micro entre-axe
attachment).
2
M4 attachment hole allowing the attachment of the TSX ETZ module.
3
Two 6.5-mm diameter holes allow attachment of the plate on to a panel or
AM1-PA perforated mounting plate with an entre-axe distance of 88.9-mm
(TSX Premium entre-axe attachment distance).
4
Windows designed to ink pins situated at the bottom and at the back of the module.
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Hardware Specifications
4.2
Installing TSX ETZ Modules
Dimensions and Mounting of TSX ETZ modules
Dimensions
Illustration:
Dimensions of
Fitted Module
Dimensions of module with cables on front face
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Hardware Specifications
Mounting on
profile or plate
Illustration of module mounted on profile AM1-DE200, AM1-DP200 or plate
AM1-PA:
(1) 143.7 mm (AM1-DE200)
136.2 mm (AM1-DP200)
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(2) 132.7 mm (AM1-PA)
129
Hardware Specifications
Dismounting
Module from the
Plate
130
To remove the module from its plate proceed as follows:
Step
Action
1
Unscrew the screw at the top part of the
module in order to remove it from its
support
2
Swing the module forwards and
disengage the module's pins from the
holes situated in the bottom part of the
support.
Illustration
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Hardware Specifications
4.3
Connections
At a Glance
About this
Section
This section deals with the electrical connections of TSX ETZ modules
What's in this
Section?
This section contains the following topics:
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Topic
Page
Module Connectors
132
Linking Cables
137
131
Hardware Specifications
Module Connectors
At a Glance
The different linking connectors of the TSX ETZ module are described below.
Supply Terminal
Block
The supply terminal block consists of 3 limits with frontal threaded joints. It cannot
be disconnected. Each limit accepts 2.5 mm of cable 2 maximum.
Illustration:
+24 VDC
0V
Ground Connection
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Hardware Specifications
RJ45 Ethernet
Connector
Illustration of the RJ 45 connector shielded for Ethernet link:
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Wiring:
No.
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Signal
1
Tx+
2
Tx-
3
Rx+
4
Not connected
5
Not connected
6
Rx-
7
Not connected
8
Not connected
133
Hardware Specifications
Series RS 232
modem link
connector
Illustration of the 9-pin SUB-D connector for series RS 232 modem link:
5
9
4
8
3
7
2
6
1
Wiring:
No.
Signal
1
Data Carrier Detect
2
Received Data
3
Transmitted Data
4
Data Terminal Ready
5
Signal Ground
6
Data Set Ready
7
Request to send
8
Clear to Send
9
Ring Indicator
Note: This connector conforms with PC standards
The cable used between the Ethernet connector and the Micro has the reference
number:
TSX ETZ CDN 003
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Hardware Specifications
RJ45 Uni-Telway
link connector
Illustration of the RJ 45 connector shielded for Uni-Telway RS 485 link:
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Note: The pin assignment conforms the Schneider standards.
Mini Din
Connector
Illustration of the Mini Din connector for the Terminal port:
Wiring:
No.
1
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Signal
D(B)
2
D(A)
3
Reserved
4
Not connected
5
Not connected
6
Not connected
7
0V
8
5V
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Hardware Specifications
Ground
Connection
The ground connection situated at the end of the Ethernet cable can be of a different
voltage than that of the module.
Due to the length of the Ethernet cable, the difference in voltage can be significant.
The ground connection package is linked locally to the module socket.
For more information refer to the TSX DGKBLF ground wiring Guidance Manual.
WARNING
It is essential to ground the module through the supply terminal block.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
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Hardware Specifications
Linking Cables
At a Glance
It is possible to use different cables to link TSX ETZ modules. These cables are
either available in the Schneider Automation catalog, or can be produced by the
user. For the Application Setup of a Uni-Telway bus, refer to the TSX DG UTW
manual.
RJ45 Lead to
Mini Din
The lead which is delivered with the TSX ETZ module and which has the following
reference TSX ETZ CDN 003 is designed to link a Micro to the module's RJ45 UniTelway port, directly or via a TSX P ACC 01 linking box. Its length is 35cm. (See
Topology Principles, p. 93.)
If it is not the correct length, it is possible to make a new lead from a reference TSX
CX 100 lead with a Mini Din port at one end and nothing at the other end. It is 10m
in length.
Cut the cable to the desired length and at the free end, fasten a connector of type
RJ45 cat 5 with 8 contacts.
Wiring:
RJ45
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TSX CX 100
1
White
2
Orange
3
Yellow
4
Black
5
Brown
6
Red
7
Green
8
Blue
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Hardware Specifications
Mini Din Lead to
TSX SCA 50
This lead has the reference number: TSX CX 100. On one end it has a Mini Din
connector and it has nothing at the other end. It allows a link between the Mini Din
port of the TSX ETZ and the linking terminal block of a Bus Uni-Telway
TSX SCA 50. Its length is 10m.
Wiring:
Free end of the cable
Color
Terminal number
Signal
Black
5
D(B)
Brown
4
D(A)
Red
-
-
Orange
-
-
Yellow
-
-
Green
Blue
138
TSX SCA 50
-
-
2 and 3
0V
White
-
-
Shield covering
1
Earth
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Hardware Specifications
RJ45 Lead to
TSX SCA 50
This lead is not available in the Schneider Automation catalog. However, it is
possible to make one using an uncrossed Ethernet cat 5 (TIA 568A/TIA568A)
lead with 4 twisted shield pairs.
You should cut one end and expose the conductors for wiring on the TSX SCA 50.
Wiring:
RJ45
RJ45 Lead to
TSX SCA 62
TSX SCA 50
No.
Color
Terminal number
Signal
1
White/Green
-
-
2
Green
-
-
3
White/Orange
-
-
4
Blue
5
D(B)
5
White/Blue
4
D(A)
6
Orange
-
-
7
White/Brown
-
-
8
Brown
2 and 3
0V
Shield
Shield covering
-
-
This lead is not available in the Schneider Automation catalog. However, it is
possible to make one using an uncrossed Ethernet cat 5 (TIA 568A/TIA568A)
lead with 4 twisted shield pairs.
You should cut one end and link it to a Sub D 15 pin female connector.
Wiring:
RJ45
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Sub D 15 pin
No.
Color
No.
Signal
1
White/Green
-
-
2
Green
-
-
3
White/Orange
-
-
4
Blue
14
D(B)
5
White/Blue
7
D(A)
6
Orange
-
-
7
White/Brown
-
-
8
Brown
8
0V
Shield
Shield covering
Shield
-
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Hardware Specifications
Linking Leads on
the Ethernet
Network
For connection to the Ethernet network, the use of cables with the following
connectors RJ 45 (interface 10/100baseT) with pairs of 100 Ω, STP type (shield
twisted pair) twisted shields or category 5 Ethernet cables which conform to the
TIA/EIA-568A standard is recommended.
RS232 Lead
to PC
This lead is a standard lead available on the market. It is a DTE/DTE type crossed
lead. It is also called "Nullmodem" by some suppliers.
Example of possible supply: EYN257H-0006-FF reference from Black Box.
Connectors: 9-way SUB-D female with a UNC-4-40-2B screw.
Shielded cable.
Wiring:
9-pin SUB-D female
2
9-pin SUB-D female
RD
3
TD
3
TD
2
RD
4
DTR
6 and 1
DSR + CD
5
GND
5
GND
6 and 1
DSR + CD
4
DTR
7
RTS
8
CTS
8
CTS
7
RTS
9
NC
9
NC
Body
-
Body
-
Shield
covering
Shield
covering
Note: the DSR and CD signals are linked to simulate an on-line situation for the
application (see the following site for more information:
http://www.shadownet.com/hwb/ca_nullmodem9to9.htm).
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Hardware Specifications
4.4
Diagnostics
Indicator LEDs
At a Glance
On the front of the module, three display LEDs allow the diagnostic of the TSX ETZ
module.
Diagnostics
Illustration of LEDs:
RUN
ERR
Rx/Tx
Meaning of LEDs:
Status of the module
Power up
Self-test in process
RUN
ERR
ON
ON
Comments
Fugitive status
Flashing
Flashing
Module in default hardware
OFF
ON
-
Configuration error
or broken connection with the Micro
or difference in Uni-Telway speed between
the master and the TSX ETZ
OFF
Flashing
The HTTP server remains
accessible
TSX ETZ BOOTP client or DHCP(FDR):
The module is configured in autoconfiguration and is waiting for a response
from the server.
OFF
5 Flashes
Waiting period: about 1
minute
TSX ETZ BOOTP client or DHCP(FDR):
No response from server.
ON
5 Flashes
Graded mode:
the module then uses the
configuration saved in its
flash memory
In operation
ON
OFF
Replace the module
-
The Rx/TX LED flashes in time with communication.
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Hardware Specifications
4.5
Electrical Specifications
Electrical Specifications
General
The TSX ETZ module is an autonomous module, which should be powered from a
24 VDC supply.
Specifications
Table of electrical specifications:
Parameter
Minimum
Nominal
Maximum
Supply voltage
19.2 VDC
24 VDC
30 VDC
Wave rate
-
-
5%
Permissible overvoltage
(for 1 hour and per 24 hours)
-
-
34 VDC
Power consumption
50 mA
100 mA
200 mA
Power dissipation (excluding consumption on
the Terminal port)
-
2.4 W
4W
Period of invisible supply disconnection
-
-
1 ms
Note: The supply input is protected against accidental polarity inversions.
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Hardware Specifications
4.6
Norms and Standards
Norms and Standards
Conformity to
the norms
The TSX ETZ module conforms with the following standards and norms:
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
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ISO/IEC 8802-3
ANSI/IEEE Std 802.3 (4th edition 1993-07-08)
UL 508
IEC 1131-2
CSA C22.2/142
Conforms with FCC-B regulation for radiated emissions (50082-1).
EC mark
Merchant navy classification
143
Hardware Specifications
4.7
Service Conditions
Service Conditions
Applicable
Conditions
z
z
144
Usage conditions
z Temperature: from 0 to +60 °C
z Relative humidity: from 10 to 95% (excluding condensation)
z Altitude: from 0 to 2000 m
z Resistance to vibrations: conforms to IEC 68-2-6 test Fc norm
z Resistance to shocks: conforms to IEC 68-2-27 test Ea norm
z Resistance to free falls, conditioned hardware: conforms to norm 1131-2
Storage conditions
z Temperature: from -25 to +70°C
z Relative humidity: from 5 to 95% (excluding condensation)
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Glossary
A
ASCII
American Standard Code for Information Interchange.
Pronounced "aski" An American code (but which has become the international
standard) which, using 7 bits allows the definition of all alphanumeric characters
used in English, punctuation marks, and certain graphics characters, as well as
various commands.
B
BIT
Contraction of English words Binary Digit.
It is the binary unit of quantity of information, which can represent two distinct values
(or states): 0 or 1.
A field of 8 bits constitutes what we call 1 Byte or 1 Eight-bit byte.
BOOTP
Bootstrap Protocol: start up protocol of terminals or stations without disks by
centralized management of the network parameters.
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Glossary
C
Communication
fault
Fault detected by the module when periodic exchanges with the PLC CPU are no
longer carried out.
Configuration
The configuration unites all the data which characterizes the machine (invariant) and
which are necessary to the working of the module.
CPU
Control Processing Unit.
This is the microprocessor. It is made up of the unit control package and the
arithmetic unit. The control unit aims to extract the instruction to be executed, as well
as the data necessary for its execution from the central memory, to establish
electrical connections in the arithmetic and logic unit and to launch the processing
of this data in this unit. We can sometimes find ROM or RAM memories included on
the same chip, or even some I/O interfaces or buffers.
CPU
Central Processing Unit: generic designation of Schneider Automation CPUs
D
DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol: protocol that allows a station connected to
a network to dynamically obtain its configuration.
DIN
Deutsches Institut für Normung: German Normalization Institute.
Driver
Program informing the operating system of the presence and specifications of a
device. Also known as the device driver.
F
FDR
Faulty Device Replacement: utility offered by its configuration's automatic retrieval
module.
FTP/TFTP
File Transfer Protocol/Trivial File Transfer Protocol : transfer protocol for files on
the network.
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Glossary
H
HTTP
HyperText Transfer Protocol : transfer protocol for supply of documents written in
Hypertext (links).
I
IP
Internet Protocol: communication protocol used by Internet.
ISO
International Standard Organization. The ISO code is the most used code. The
transmission rules, formats and symbols are ISO standards. AFNOR is a member
of ISO.
M
MIB
Management Information Base: database used by the SNMP protocol for network
management and which contains information on the transmission of data, on the
station's components or on the bridge etc.
z MIB II: MIB standard
z Schneider Automation MIB: Private MIB
Modbus Plus
Communication protocol based on the logic token bus principle.
MTBF
Mean Time Between Failure: mean time between two failures.
O
Operating mode
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All these rules regulate the module's behavior during transitory phases or if a fault
occurs.
147
Glossary
P
PAP
Password Authentification Protocol: identification protocol by password used in
case of a remote connection by modem.
PCMCIA
Personal Computer Memory Card International Association
PL7
Schneider Automation PLC programming software.
PPP
Point-to-Point Protocol: point-to-point communication protocol used in the case of
connection by modem.
Premium
Schneider Automation programmable PLC family.
Q
Quantum
Schneider Automation programmable PLC family.
R
RS 232C
Communication serial standard, which particularly defines the voltage of the
following service:
z a signal from +3V to +25V indicates a logic of 0,
z
a signal from -3V to -25V indicates a logic 1.
Between +3V and -3V, the signal will be considered as invalid.
RS 232 links are quite sensitive to interference. The standard recommends that a
distance of 15 meters and a maximum of 20000 baud (bits/s) should not be
exceeded.
RS 485
Serial link standard which works with a +/-5V differential. The link uses two leads for
to send and to receive. This "three state" output allows it to switch to standby status
when the transmission is finished.
RUN
Function allowing the start up of the execution of the application program in the PLC.
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Glossary
S
SNMP
Simple Network Management Protocol: Network Management Protocol, which
allows the remote control of a network, by interrogating the stations on their status
and modifying their configuration, carrying out security tests and observing different
information linked to the transmission of data. It can even be used to remotely
manage software and databases.
T
TCP
Transmission Control Protocol: data transmission protocol on a network.
Time Out
Exceeding the time limit.
Application shut down or disconnection following a period of non-usage, which is too
long.
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Glossary
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B
AC
Index
A
D
addressing
TCP/IP, 28
DHCP(FDR) client, 62
diagnostics
LEDs, 141
Dimensions, 128
B
BOOTP client, 61
BOOTP/DHCP, 60
E
C
electrical specifications, 142
environment, 144
example
Ethernet, 51
modem connection, 56
cables, 137
closing the connection
TCP/IP, 40
configuration
access, 103
auto, 115
SNMP, 117
Connection
Modem, 110
connection
direct, 96
Ethernet, 107
modem, 100
Uni-Telway, 98
connection breakdown, 41
connections
Modem and Ethernet, 32
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H
HTTP
Auto-Configuration, 87
data editor, 78
Ethernet statistics, 72
FDR diagnostics, 80
Reboot, 89
security page, 83
SNMP configuration, 88
TCP/IP configuration, 85
Unitelway configuration, 86
Unitelway statistics, 73
HTTP Server, 68
151
Index
I
introduction
ETHERNET, 14
IP address, 29
L
limitations, 58
M
messaging, 49
Modbus, 46
Modbus on TCP/IP, 45
modem
diagnostics, 74
module physical description, 126
O
opening Ethernet connection
TCP/IP, 33
opening modem connection
TCP/IP, 35
P
Parameters
TCP/IP, 105
Uni-Telway, 114
passwords, 70
S
SNMP, 64
specifications
TCP/IP, 27
sub-addressing, 31
support plate, 127
synthesis of functions, 19
U
Uni-Telway, 25
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