WinPAC-8000 User Manual

WinPAC-8000 User Manual
WinPAC-8000 User Manual
(For Standard WP-8000)
Version 2.0.9, January 2014
Service and usage information for
Model: WP-8131
Model: WP-8431
Model: WP-8831
Model: WP-8141
Model: WP-8441
Model: WP-8841
---------------------------------Written by Sean Hsu
Edited by Anna Huang
Warranty
All products manufactured by ICP DAS are under warranty
regarding defective materials for a period of one year, beginning
from the date of delivery to the original purchaser.
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responsibility is assumed by ICP DAS for its use, not for any
infringements of patents or other rights of third parties resulting
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents .......................................................................... 3
1. Introduction ............................................................................... 7
1.1. Features ................................................................................................................ 8
1.2. Specifications ....................................................................................................... 16
1.3. Dimensions .......................................................................................................... 21
1.4. Overview .............................................................................................................. 24
1.5. Companion CD .................................................................................................... 34
1.6. Comparison of WinPAC and WinCon................................................................... 35
2. Getting Started......................................................................... 41
2.1. Mounting the Hardware ....................................................................................... 41
2.2. Inserting I/O Modules........................................................................................... 43
2.3. Configuring the Boot Mode .................................................................................. 46
2.4. Using WinPAC Utility to manage the WinPAC ..................................................... 50
2.5. Using DCON Utility to Configure I/O Modules...................................................... 52
2.6. Changing the User Interface Language ............................................................... 54
2.7. Installing the Touch Panel Driver ......................................................................... 56
2.8. Using Backup Utility to back up the settings and files .......................................... 57
2.9. A caution about using System_Disk ..................................................................... 59
3. Tools and Tasks ....................................................................... 60
3.1. DCON Utility ........................................................................................................ 64
3.2. NAPOPC_CE5..................................................................................................... 65
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3.3. SendToCOM ........................................................................................................ 66
3.4. VCEP ................................................................................................................... 67
3.5. WinPAC Utility...................................................................................................... 68
3.5.1. Menu Bar ................................................................................................... 69
3.5.2. Property Tabs ............................................................................................ 74
4. Your First WinPAC Program ................................................... 85
4.1. Preparing the Development Tools ........................................................................ 85
4.2. Installing WinPAC Platform SDKs ........................................................................ 86
4.3. Understanding the WinPAC SDK ......................................................................... 87
4.3.1. WinPAC SDK Overview ............................................................................. 88
4.3.2. WinPAC SDK Reference ........................................................................... 90
4.4. Your First Program in C# ..................................................................................... 92
4.4.1. Create a new project ................................................................................. 92
4.4.2. Add project reference for an application .................................................... 94
4.4.3. Design and Build an application program .................................................. 95
4.4.4. Execute the application on the WinPAC .................................................... 99
4.5. Your First Program in VB.net ............................................................................. 101
4.5.1. Create a new project ............................................................................... 101
4.5.2. Add project reference for an application .................................................. 103
4.5.3. Design and Build an application program ................................................ 104
4.5.4. Execute the application on the WinPAC .................................................. 107
4.6. Your First Program in eMbedded Visual C++ ..................................................... 109
4.6.1. Create a new Forms-Based project ......................................................... 109
4.6.2. Configure compiler options ...................................................................... 114
4.6.3. Specify the path for project reference ...................................................... 115
4.6.4. Design and Build an application program ................................................ 120
4.6.5. Execute the application program on WinPAC .......................................... 124
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5. APIs and Demo References .................................................. 126
5.1. Demo programs with C# .................................................................................... 127
5.1.1. C# Demo programs for WinPAC Standard API ........................................ 128
5.1.2. C# Demo programs for PAC IO API ......................................................... 130
5.2. Demo Programs with eMbedded Visual C++ ..................................................... 133
5.2.1. eVC Demo programs for WinPAC Standard API ...................................... 134
5.2.2. eVC Demo programs for PAC IO API ...................................................... 136
6. WinPAC Updates ................................................................... 139
6.1. OS updates ........................................................................................................ 143
6.1.1. WinPAC OS updates using installation package file on WinPAC ............. 146
6.1.2. WinPAC OS updates using Eshell via Ethernet ....................................... 151
6.2. SDKs Updates ................................................................................................... 157
6.2.1. WinPAC SDK updates for C# or VB.net................................................... 159
6.2.2. WinPAC SDK updates for eMbedded Visual C++ .................................... 161
7. WinPAC Download Center .................................................... 163
Appendix A. Frame Ground ...................................................... 164
Appendix B. Redundant Power ................................................ 166
Appendix C. I-8K and I-87K Modules ....................................... 168
Appendix D. Application of RS-485 Network .......................... 172
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D.1. Basic RS-485 Network ...................................................................................... 173
D.2. Daisy Chain RS-485 Network............................................................................ 175
D.3. Star Type RS-485 Network ................................................................................ 177
D.4. Random RS-485 Network ................................................................................. 180
D.5. Master/Slaves Settings ..................................................................................... 182
D.5.1. WinPAC as a Master (default): ................................................................ 184
D.5.2. WinPAC as a Slave ................................................................................. 186
Appendix E. Tips – How to ....................................................... 189
E.1. How to set up a telnet and FTP account to login WinPAC ................................. 189
E.1.1. Add a telnet and FTP account ................................................................. 192
E.1.2. Remove a telnet and FTP account .......................................................... 194
E.1.3. Use a Telnet to login WinPAC from PC ................................................... 196
E.2. How to online debug WinPAC ........................................................................... 198
E.2.1. Debug WinPAC programs in EVC++ ....................................................... 199
E.2.2. Debug WinPAC programs in Visual Studio 2005/2008 ............................ 209
E.3. How to recompile WinCon programs ................................................................. 218
E.3.1. Compiler old programs which ran on Wincon 8x3x and 8x4x .................. 220
E.3.2. Modify .vcp file to upgrade the old WinCon project ................................. 224
E.4. How to use the printer ....................................................................................... 226
E.4.1. How to use network printer...................................................................... 228
E.4.2. How to use printer via USB ..................................................................... 230
E.5. How to use services tool ................................................................................... 232
Appendix F. Revision History ................................................... 236
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1. Introduction
WinPAC-8000 is the second generation PAC of ICPDAS. It equips a PXA270 CPU (520
MHz) running a Windows CE.NET 5.0 operating system, various connections (VGA, USB,
Ethernet, RS-232/485) and 1/4/8 slots for high performance parallel I/O modules (high
profile I-8K series) and serial-type I/O modules (high profile I-87K I/O modules).
Its operating system, Windows CE 5.0, has many advantages, including hard real-time
capability, small core size, fast boot speed, interrupt handling at a deeper level,
achievable deterministic control and low cost. Using Windows CE.Net 5.0 in the
WinPAC-8000 gives it the ability to run PC-based Control software such as Visual
Basic.NET, Visual C#, Embedded Visual C++, SCADA software, Soft PLC …etc.
Comparing with the first generation WinCon-8000, it not only improves the CPU
performance (from 206 MHz to 520 MHz) and upgrading OS (from CE 4.1 to CE 5.0), but
also adds many reliability features, such as dual LAN, redundant power input, dual
battery backup SRAM, etc. It gives you all of the best features of both traditional PLCs
and Windows capable PCs.
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1.1. Features
Windows CE .Net 5.0 Inside
Most of the popular features in MS software are included, such as
1. FTP Server
2. HTTP Server
3. ASP (Java script, VB script)
4. SQL Server Compact Edition 3.5
5. Compact .Net Framework 3.5
Remote Maintenance via FTP Server and VCEP Software
The FTP server is used for uploading applications or downloading data. And VCEP is
designed for managing the WinPAC-8000. VCEP can synchronize every movement
(screen, keyboard and mouse actions) between the PC and the WinPAC-8000 via the
Ethernet. By using the FTP server and VCEP, you can update and manage the
WinPAC-8000 remotely via the Ethernet.
Built-In OPC Server
NAPOPC_CE5 is an OPC server and SCADA software can easily integrate I/O modules
through it. Furthermore, it also provides a library which users can use to develop their
AP by eVC, C# or VB.Net.
NAPOPC_CE5 not only supports I/O modules in local slots, but also supports remote
I/O modules with the following protocols via the RS-232/485 or Ethernet:
1. Modbus/RTU
2. Modbus/ASCII
3. Modbus/TCP
4. DCON
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Rich Software Solutions
On the WinPAC-8000, ICP DAS provides the following software solutions to fit in
different applications.
1. Visual Studio .Net 2003/2005/2008 and eVC solution:
SDK as well as demo programs for C#, VB.Net and eVC are provided.
2. SoftPLC solution:
A. ISaGRAF supports IEC61131-3 languages, Ladder Diagram (LD), Structured Text
(ST), Function Block Diagram (FBD), Sequential Function Chart (SFC), Instruction
List (IL), and Flow Chart (FC).
B. KW-software supports IEC61131-3 languages and HMI features.
3. SCADA solution:
Indusoft provides simple “drag and drop”, “point and click” developing environment
for HMI and SCADA applications.
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Upgrading applications from WinCon to WinPAC just copy and play
Users can upgrade their controller from WinCon-8000 to WinPAC-8000, and meanwhile
still keep most of their old applications (.exe file) running smoothly on WinPAC-8000
without any modification. The only thing that users have to do is just to copy the .exe file
from WinCon-8000, paste it to WinPAC-8000, and then play it. How simple it is. And for
exceptions that old applications (.exe file) are not able to follow the copy-and-paste rule,
users can still finish the upgrading by recompiling the old applications.
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Power CPU Module
The most important features of the CPU module are
1. PXA270 or compatible CPU (32-bit and 520MHz)
2. 128 MB SDRAM
3. 63 MB Built-In Flash Disk (WP-8x3x)
31 MB Built-In Flash Disk (WP-8x4x)
Built-in VGA Port
A built-in VGA port can be directly connected to a regular LCD display. Users can
operate the HMI or SCADA software (running on the WinPAC-8000) with display,
keyboard and mouse just as how they usually did on regular PCs.
64-bit Hardware Serial Number
The 64-bit hardware serial number is unique and individual. Every serial number of
WinPAC-8000 is different. Users can add a checking mechanism to their AP to prevent
software from pirating.
Rich I/O Expansion Ability (RS-232/485, Ethernet, FRnet, CAN)
Beside the local I/O slots, WinPAC-8000 also equips several RS-232/485 ports, two
Ethernet ports to connect serial I/O and Ethernet I/O. And with FRnet and CAN
communication module in local slot, FRnet I/O and CAN devices are easy to be
integrated.
Built-In Flash Disk (31/63 MB)
In normal situation, users can store their AP or data to the Micro SD card or USB Flash
disk. But in some vibrational environment (for example, like driving ships), the two
storage media would be bad connection. Then the built-in Flash disk will be the best
storage media in such the vibrational environment.
Dual Watchdog Timer
A system could be hanged up when the OS or the AP fails. There are two watchdogs
(OS watchdog and AP watchdog) designed to automatically reset the CPU when the
situations happen. The design will increase the reliability of the system.
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Dual Battery-Backup SRAM (512 KB)
To maintain important data while power off, non-volatile memory is the ideal design. The
WinPAC-8000 equips a 512 KB SRAM with two Li-batteries to maintain data while
power off.
The two Li-batteries can continually supply power to the 512 KB SRAM to retain the
data for 5 years; and the dual-battery design can avoid data lost while replacing a new
battery.
Dual Ethernet Ports
WinPAC-8000 provides two Ethernet ports. The two Ethernet ports can be used to
implement redundant Ethernet communication and separate Ethernet communication
(one for global Internet, one for private Ethernet).
Redundant Power Input
To prevent the WinPAC-8000 from failing by the power loss, the power module is
designed with two input connectors. Once a power input fails, the power module
switches to the other power input. And there is a relay output for informing the power
failure.
Ventilated Housing Design Allows Operation Between -25 ~ +75 ˚C
Each WinPAC-8000 is housed in a plastic-based box with a column-like ventilator that
can help to cool the working environment inside the box and allow the WinPAC-8000
operating between -25 ˚C and +75 ˚C
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I/O expansion
WinPAC-8000 provides the following I/O expansion bus
Local I/O Slot
There are 1/4/8 slot options to expand local I/O. And the I/O modules can be parallel bus
type (high profile I-8K series) and serial bus type (high profile I-87K series).
The differences between I-8K and I-87K are listed below:
Item
I-8K Series
I-87K Series
Microprocessor
No
Yes (8051)
Communication interface
Parallel bus
Serial bus
Communication speed
Fast
Slow
DI latched function
No
Yes
Counter input (for digital input module)
No
Yes (100 Hz)
Power on value
No
Yes
Safe value
No
Yes
Programmable slew-rate for AO module
No
Yes
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Ethernet
The available Ethernet I/O devices are ET-6000, ET-7000, I-8KE4/8 and
I-8KE4/8-MTCP.
WinPAC-8000 can access them with Modbus/TCP or DCON protocol.
RS-485
WinPAC-8000 is equipped with two RS485 COM ports which enable the transmission
rate up to a maximum of 115.2 Kbps. The medium for connection is a twisted-pair,
multi-drop, 2-wire RS-485 network that can link i-7000, M-7000, RU-87Pn and high
profile I-87K modules.
FRnet
FRnet is an innovative industrial field bus that has many special features, such as
high-speed deterministic I/O control, real I/O synchronization capabilities, non-protocol
communication, and easy programming. Plugging in an FRnet communication module
(I-8172W), the WinPAC-8000 can link FRnet I/O modules to implement high-speed
distributed I/O.
CAN Bus
The Controller Area Network (CAN) is a serial communication way, which efficiently
supports distributed real-time control with a very high level of security. It provides the
error-processing mechanisms and concepts of message priority. These features can
improve the network reliability and transmission efficiency. Furthermore, CAN supplies
the multi-master capabilities, and is especially suited for networking “intelligent” devices
as well as sensors and actuators within a system or a sub-system. With I-8120, I-8123,
I-8124, I-87120, I-87123, and I-87124, WinPAC-8000 is able to demonstrate every
feature of CAN, CANopen, and DeviceNet.
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1.2. Specifications
System Software
OS
WinCE.Net 5.0
.Net Compact Framework
3.5
Embedded Service
FTP server, Web server (supports VB script, JAVA
script), Embedded SQL server
SDK Provided
Dll for eVC, Dll for Visual Studio.Net 2003/2005/2008
CPU Module
CPU
PXA 270 or compatible (32-bit and 520 MHz)
SDRAM
128 MB
Dual Battery Backup SRAM
512 KB (for 5 years data retain)
Flash
WP-8431/ WP-8831 :
128 MB (64 MB for OS image, 63 MB for built-in Flash
disk, 1 MB for registry)
WP-8441/ WP-8831:
96 MB (64 MB for OS image, 31 MB for built-in Flash
disk, 1 MB for registry)
Expansion Flash Memory
Micro SD socket with a microSD card (can support
16GB microSD card)
RTC (Real Time Clock)
Year-2000 compliance; seconds, minutes, hours, date
of the month; month, year, valid up from 1980 to 2079
EEPROM
16 KB (0 ~ 8 KB for user, 9 ~ 14 KB for other
programs, 15 ~ 16 KB for OS), Data Retention: 40
years; 1,000,000 erase/write cycles
64-bit Hardware Serial Number
Yes
Dual Watchdog Timer
Yes
Programmable LED Indicator
1
Rotary Switch
Yes (0 ~ 9)
DIP Switch
Yes (8 bits); for WP-8431, WP-8441, WP-8831 and
WP-8841 only
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Power
Input Range
+10 ~ +30 VDC
Isolation
1 kV
Redundant Power Inputs
Yes, with one power relay (1 A @ 24 VDC) for alarm
Capacity
WP-8131 and WP-8141:
1.0 A, 5 V supply to CPU and backplane, 0.6 A, 5 V supply
to I/O expansion slots, total 30 W
WP-8431 and WP-8441:
1.1 A, 5 V supply to CPU and backplane, 4.9 A, 5 V supply
to I/O expansion slots, total 30 W
WP-8831 and WP-8841:
1.2 A, 5V supply to CPU and backplane, 4.8 A, 5 V supply to
I/O expansion slots, total 30 W
Consumption
WP-8131 and WP-8141: 7.3 W (0.3 A @ 24 V)
WP-8431 and WP-8441: 9.1 W (0.38 A @ 24 V)
WP-8831 and WP-8841: 9.6 W (0.4 A @ 24 V)
VGA & Communication Ports
VGA
WP-8x3x:
Yes, with one extra GPU
(resolution: 1024 x 768, 800 x 600, 640 x 480)
WP-8x4x:
Yes (640 x 480, 800 x 600 resolution)
Ethernet Port
RJ-45 x 2, 10/100 Base-TX
(Auto-negotiating, LED indicators)
USB 1.1 (host)
WP-8x3x: 2
WP-8x4x: 1
COM0
(Internal RS-485 interface communication with I-87K I/O
modules in slots) Note: CPU internal UART
Baud Rate – 115200 bps
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VGA & Communication Ports
Data Bits – 8
Parity – None, Even, Odd
Stop Bits – 1
FIFO – 1 byte
COM1
(RS-232 used to update firmware) Note: CPU internal UART
Baud Rate – 115200, 57600, 38400, 19200, 9600, 4800, 2400,
1200 bps
Data Bits – 7, 8
Parity – None, Even, Odd
Stop Bits – 1
FIFO – 1 byte
COM2
(RS-485) Note: 16C550 compatible
Baud Rate – 115200, 57600, 38400, 19200, 9600, 4800, 2400,
1200 bps
Data Bits – 5, 6, 7, 8
Parity – None, Even, Odd, Mark (Always 1), Space (Always 0)
Stop Bits – 1, 2
FIFO – 16 bytes
COM3
(RS-232/RS-485), for WP-8431, WP-8441, WP-8831 and
WP-8841 only
Note: 16C550 compatible
Baud Rate – 115200, 57600, 38400, 19200, 9600, 4800, 2400,
1200 bps
Data Bits – 5, 6, 7, 8
Parity – None, Even, Odd, Mark (Always 1), Space (Always 0)
Stop Bits – 1, 2
FIFO – 16 bytes
Tips & Warnings
COM3 can be configured as either RS-232 or
RS-485, that only can select one at a time and Its
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VGA & Communication Ports
configuration depends on the pin connections as
follows:
RS-232 (RXD, TXD, CTS, RTS and GND)
RS-485 (Data+ and Data-)
There is no software configuration or hardware
jumper needed.
COM4
(RS-232), for WP-8431, WP-8441, WP-8831 and WP-8841
only, Note: 16C550 compatible
Baud Rate – 115200, 57600, 38400, 19200, 9600, 4800, 2400,
1200 bps
Data Bits – 5, 6, 7, 8
Parity – None, Even, Odd, Mark (Always 1), Space (Always 0)
Stop Bits – 1, 2
FIFO – 16 bytes
I/O Expansion Slot Number
Supports high profile I-8K and I-87K modules only
WP-8131/ WP-8141
1 Slot
WP-8431/ WP-8441
4 Slots
WP8831/ WP-8841
8 Slots
Dimensions
WP-8131/ WP-8141
95 x 132 x 111 mm
WP-8431/ WP-8441
230 x 132 x 111 mm
WP-8831/ WP-8841
355 x 132 x 111 mm
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Operating Environment
Operating Temperature
–25°C ~ +75°C
Storage Temperature
–30°C ~ +80°C
Humidity
10 ~ 90%, Non-condensing
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1.3. Dimensions
There are several series of WinPAC modules whose overviews depended on the
quantity of the slot.
All dimensions in millimeter.
1 Slot
Top View
Front View
Right Side View
Left Side View
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4 Slots
Top View
Front View
Right Side View
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8 Slots
Top View
Front View
Right Side View
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1.4. Overview
The WinPAC contains several interfaces and peripherals that can be integrated with
external systems. Here is an overview of the components and its descriptions. The
details of these items are as follows:
WP-8131
WP-8141
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WP-8431/WP-8831
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WP-8441/WP-8841
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1. LED Indicators
The WinPAC has two LED indicators that are located near the rotary
switch and show the operation status.
LED Indicator
State (Color)
Meaning
RUN
ON (Red)
Blinking
The OS is ON
The System_disk formatted
or defragmented
PWR
ON (Green)
OFF
The Power is ON
The Power is OFF
2. Rotary Switch
The Rotary Switch is an operating mode selector switch which provides
seven functions related to the selection of the operating mode and
authorization control for the WinPAC.
For more information about the operating mode, please refer to “section 2.3.
Configuring the Boot Mode”
3. Micro SD Socket
There is a Micro SD expansion slot which is used to increase memory capacity just in
case 16 GB.
4. VGA Connector
The VGA connector is a 3-row 15-pin connector that can be used to
connect a monitor at a variety of supported VGA resolutions. These
resolutions range from 640 x 400 to 1280 x 1024.
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5. I/O Expansion Slot
The WinPAC includes some additional I/O slots that can be used for expansion
purposes. The number of expansion I/O slots for each model is as follows:
WP-8141/WP-8131: 1 I/O slot
WP-8441/WP-8341: 4 I/O slots
WP-8841/WP-8831: 8 I/O slots
6. Connector
The connector has 10 pins and the pin assignments are as follows:
WP-8131/WP-8141
Signal
WP-8431/WP-8441/WP-8831/WP-8841
Description
Signal
COM2
Description
Power input 1
(RS-485)
Power input 2
COM1
(RS-232)
Relay output
Relay Output
COM2: RS-485
Power Input 2
Frame Ground
Power Input 1
Frame Ground
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COM1 (3-Pins RS-232) (for WP-8131/WP-8141 only)
Note: CPU internal UART
Baud Rate: 115200, 57600, 38400, 19200, 9600, 4800, 2400, 1200 bps
Data Bits: 7, 8
Parity: None, Even, Odd
Stop Bits: 1
FIFO: 1 byte
COM2 (2-Pins RS-485) (WP-8431/WP-8441/WP-8831/WP-8841
only)
Note: 16C550 compatible
Baud Rate: 115200, 57600, 38400, 19200, 9600, 4800, 2400, 1200 bps
Data Bits: 7, 8
Parity: None, Even, Odd, Mark (Always 1), Space (Always 0)
Stop Bits: 1, 2
FIFO: 16 bytes
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7. Ethernet Port (LAN1/LAN2)
The WinPAC contains two Ethernet ports for use with network devices, and are denoted
as LAN1 and LAN2.
Each Ethernet port has two LED indicators, which are used to indicate the network
speed and Link/Acting, as described below.
LED Indicator
State (Color)
Meaning
10/100M
ON (Orange)
OFF
Network Speed: 100 MB
Network Speed: 10 MB
Link/Act
ON (Green)
OFF
Blinking(Green)
The Link is active
The Link is inactive
Network activity
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8. USB Port
The WinPAC contains 1/2 USB port(s) that allow support for USB devices such as
mouse, keyboard or an external USB hard drive.
9. COM1 (WP-8431/WP-8441/WP-8831/WP-8841 only)
Port Type: Female
Baud Rate: 115200, 57600, 38400, 19200, 9600, 4800,
2400, 1200 bps
Data Bits: 7, 8
Parity: None, Even, Odd
Stop Bits: 1
FIFO: 1 byte
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10. COM3 (RS-232/RS-485)
Port Type: Male
Baud Rate: 115200, 57600, 38400, 19200, 9600, 4800, 2400, 1200 bps
Data Bits: 5, 6, 7, 8
Parity: None, Even, Odd, Mark (Always 1), Space (Always 0)
COM3 can be configured as either RS-232 or RS-485, but only one
mode can be selected at a time and the configuration depends on
the pin connections as described below.
RS-232 (RXD, TXD, CTS, RTS and GND)
RS-485 (Data+ and Data-)
No software configuration or hardware jumpers are needed.
11. COM4 (RS-232)
Port Type: Male
Baud Rate: 115200, 57600, 38400, 19200, 9600,
4800, 2400, 1200 bps
Data Bits: 5, 6, 7, 8
Parity: None, Even, Odd, Mark (Always 1),
Space (Always 0)
Stop Bits: 1, 2
FIFO: 16 bytes
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Tips & Warnings
The table below shows the data bit of each COM port and their corresponding
stop bit.
Word Length
Number of Stop Bits
5, 6, 7, 8
1
5
1.5
6, 7, 8
2
12. DIP Switch (8 bits)
The DIP switch can be used to set the Module
ID to a number from 0 to 255. Do not use
Module ID 0 for communication.
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1.5. Companion CD
This package comes with a CD that provides drivers, software utility, all of the required
documentations…, etc. All of them are listed below.
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1.6. Comparison of WinPAC and WinCon
WP-8x3x/WP-8x4x
WP-8x3x/WP-8x4x is the second generation of PAC. It is equipped with various
connections (VGA, USB, Ethernet, RS-232/485) and 1/4/8 slots for high performance
parallel I/O modules (high profile I-8K series) and serial-type I/O modules (high profile
I-87K I/O modules). Comparing to the first generation WinCon PAC, it not only improves
the CPU performance (from 206 MHz to 520 MHz), but also add many reliability
features.
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W-8x3x (Phased Out Since 2008)
W-8x3x is a PAC equipped with PC interface and 3/7 slots for I/O modules. Its PC-like
interface includes: PS/2(keyboard and mouse), VGA port , USB port and
RS-232/RS-485 communication ports. The powerful backplane(3/7 slots) can adopts
versatile ICPDAS's high performance parallel (I-8K I/O modules) and serial-type I/O
modules(I-87K I/O modules)
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W-8x4x
WinCon-8x4x series embedded controllers are derived from existing WinCon-8x3x
series. This evolution includes dual USB host ports to support more connectivity to USB
I/O devices, dual Ethernet 10/100M ports to provide higher network performance,
network security, and redundancy capability, and a rotate switch to configure your
system and applications.
WP-8x3x
WP-8x4x
W-8x3x
W-8x4x
OS
Windows CE 5.0
Windows CE 5.0
Windows CE 4.1
Windows CE 4.1
CPU
520 MHz
520 MHz
206 MHz
206 MHz
SDRAM
128 MB
128 MB
64 MB
64 MB
Battery 512 KB
512 KB
-
-
Dual
Backup SRAM
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WP-8x3x
Flash
WP-8x4x
W-8x3x
W-8x4x
128 MB (64 MB 96 MB (64 MB for 32 MB (for OS 32 MB (for OS
for OS image, 63 OS
image,
MB
for
for
built-in MB
31 image only)
image only)
built-in
Flash disk, 1 MB Flash disk, 1 MB
for registry)
for registry)
EEPROM
16 KB
16 KB
16 KB
16 KB
Expansion
Micro SD slot
Micro SD slot
Compact Flash
Compact Flash
Memory Slot
(Default=1GB)
(Default=1GB)
type II
type II
(Default=1GB)
(Default=1GB)
Interface
USB1.1 x 2
USB1.1 x 1
USB1.1 x 1
USB1.1 x 2
VGA port x 1
VGA port x 1
PS/2 port x 2
VGA port x 1
(1024 x 768, (640 x 480, 800 x (Keyboard
and (320
640 x 480, 800 600)
Mouse),
x 600)
VGA port x 1
(320
x
x
240 ~
1024 x 768)
240 ~
1024 x 768)
Ethernet Port
COM0
RJ45 x 2,
RJ45 x 2,
RJ45 x1,
RJ45 x 2,
10/100 BaseTX
10/100 BaseTX
10BaseT
10/100 BaseTX
For I-87K module For I-87K module -
COM1
in I/O slot
in I/O slot
RS-232
RS-232
-
For I-87K module For I-87K module
in I/O slot
in I/O slot
COM2
RS-485
RS-485
RS-232
RS-232
COM3
RS-232/485
RS-232/485
RS-485
RS-485
COM4
RS-232
RS-232
-
-
1/4/8
0/3/7
0/3/7
Yes
Yes
Yes
-
Yes (for Reset)
Yes (For Reset)
I/O
Expansion 1/4/8
Slots
64-bit Hardware Yes
Serial Number
Push button
-
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WP-8x3x
WP-8x4x
W-8x3x
W-8x4x
1
1
-
-
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
DIP Switch (8 bit) Yes
Yes
-
-
Rotary Switch
Yes (0~9)
-
Yes (0~F)
Programmable
LED
Dual
Watchdog Yes
Timer
Real Time Clock
Yes (0~9)
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2. Getting Started
This chapter describes installation, basic configuration and fundamental operating
principle needed to install and set up the WinPAC.
2.1. Mounting the Hardware
Step 1: Mounting the WinPAC
The WinPAC installation must provide proper ventilation, spacing, and grounding to
ensure the equipment will operate as specified.
A minimum clearance of 50mm between the WinPAC and the top and bottom side of the
enclosure panels must be provided.
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Step 2: Connecting power and I/O device
The diagram below shows the connections of the 1 slot of the WinPAC.
The diagram below shows the connections of 4/8 slots module of the
WinPAC.
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2.2. Inserting I/O Modules
The I/O slots support parallel bus type (high profile I-8K series)
type (high profile I-87K series) I/O modules. There are more
of module for AI, AO, DI, AO, counter input, frequency input,
motion control, memory, communication, etc.
and serial bus
than 60 kinds
PWM output,
For more
information about
expansion module
are compatible with
WinPAC, please refer to
that
the
http://www.icpdas.com/products/PAC/winpac/io_support_list.htm
Tips & Warnings
It is recommended that the power to the WINPAC-8000 is switched off
when wring the I/O module which are plugging in the WINPAC-8000
slots.
Step 1: Read the relevant documentation
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The documentation for I-8K series modules is located at:
CD:\ Napdos\io_module
http://www.icpdas.com/products/PAC/winpac/io_support_list.htm
The documentation for I-87K series modules is located at:
CD:\ Napdos\io_module
http://www.icpdas.com/products/PAC/winpac/io_support_list.htm
Step 2: Wiring Connections
All documents include the I/O module specifications, pin assignments and wiring
connections.
For example, Pin Assignments and Wiring connections for the I-87054W module are as
follows:
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Pin Assignments
Wire Connection
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2.3. Configuring the Boot Mode
The WinPAC has five operating modes that can be determined through a rotary switch.
The table below lists the operation mode selection.
Rotary switch position
Modes of operation
0
Normal mode (Default)
1
Safe mode
2
Debug mode
3
OS update mode
4
Development mode
5
DCON_CE
6
VCEP
7~9
(For user)
Normal mode (Default)
Normal mode is the default mode of operation and the one you will use most of the time.
Use this mode for more tasks and configurations. Programs also are executed in this
mode.
Safe mode
Safe mode is a trouble shooting. The mode loads the minimum required device drivers
and system services to boot the WinPAC.
If you have malicious software or a program caused the WinPAC cannot be boot or run
the normal mode, you can boot in safe mode to solve the problem.
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Tips & Warnings
In normal mode, if the new settings are not saved when you change and
save the settings using the WinPAC Utility, to solve this problem,
perform the following steps:
Step 1: Restart the WinPAC in safe mode
Turn the rotary switch to “1”, and then restart the WinPAC.
Step 2: Start the WinPAC Utility to
restore the default settings
Start the WinPAC Utility, and then click the
“Restore Default Settings”
command and “Save” command
from the “File” menu
Step 3: Restart the WinPAC in
normal mode
Turn the rotary switch to “0”, and
then restart the WinPAC.
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Debug mode
Debug mode is a special environment in which program debug functions can be used in
addition to normal system functions.
Debug mode is unsupported.
OS Update mode
OS update mode is a way used to update OS. To update the WinPAC OS image, please
refer to “6.1. OS updates”
DCON_CE mode
This mode is the same as Normal mode. Besides, DCON_CE.exe will be run
automatically after booting
Tips & Warnings
DCON_CE.exe must be placed on the \System_Disk\Tools\DCON_CE,
or else DCON_CE.exe cannot be run automatically after booting.
VCEP mode
This mode is the same as Normal mode. Besides, VCEP.exe will be run automatically
after booting.
Tips & Warnings
VCEP.exe must be placed on the \System_Disk\Tools\VCEP or else
VCEP.exe cannot be run automatically after booting.
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User mode
Rotary switch position 7, 8, 9 are reserved for user’s applications.
When WinPAC is boot with one of these rotary switch positions, it is boot at normal
mode. User’s application can check the rotary switch position to run at different mode.
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2.4. Using WinPAC Utility to manage the WinPAC
The WinPAC Utility is a toolkit used to quickly control and configure the WinPAC.
For more detailed information on WinPAC Utility applications, please refer to
“3.5. WinPAC Utility”
Step 1: Run the WinPAC Utility located on desktop
Step 2: Configure IP address
(DHCP), FTP Server, Auto
Execution files, etc.
Step 3: Save and Reboot the
WinPAC
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2.5. Using DCON Utility to Configure I/O Modules
DCON Utility is a tool kit used to quickly control and manage I-87K series expansion I/O
modules.
Step 1: Run the DCON firmware on the WinPAC
The DCON firmware is located at:
\System_Disk\tools\DCON_CE\
Step 2: Run the DCON Utility on
the host PC
The DCON Utility can be obtained
from:
CD:\Napdos\wp-8x4x_ce50\PC_Tools\DCON_Utility\
http://ftp.icpdas.com/pub/cd/winpac/napdos/wp-8x4x_ce50/pc_tools/dcon_utility/
(For WP-8x3x and WP-8x4x series)
Step 3: Click the WIN CE button
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Step 4: Enter the IP address of the WinPAC to search the I-87K series
expansion I/O modules
Step 5: Select the module name that you want to configure
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2.6. Changing the User Interface Language
The WinPAC is a Windows CE-based operating system which provides multilingual user
interface and the user interface can be set to one of multi languages.
Step 1: Open the Control Panel
Step 2: Run the Regional Settings
Step 3: Choose the display language, and then click OK
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Step 4: Run the WinPAC Utility located on desktop
Step 5: Save and Reboot
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2.7. Installing the Touch Panel Driver
The WinPAC provides the Touch Panel driver for PenMount, Egalax, and ELO touch
panels, and which can be obtained from WinPAC:
\System_Disk\External_device_driver\
The table below provides a list of supported models and respective device driver
names.
Supported Model
Driver Name
ADP-1080T-U
penmount_usb_touch_vyyyymmdd.cab
ADP-1080T-R
penmount_serial_touch_vyyyymmdd.cab
GA-700YY-USB
egalax_usb_touch_vyyyymmdd.cab
GA-700YY-UOM
egalax_serial_touch_vyyyymmdd.cab
ELO USB touch panel
elo_usb_touch_vyyyymmdd.cab
ELO RS-232 touch panel
elo_serial_touch_vyyyymmdd.cab
For more information on how to make setting of touch panel driver, please refer to:
http://www.icpdas.com/products/PAC/winpac/download/winpac_8000/download_os_im
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2.8. Using Backup Utility to back up the settings and files
After saving the configuration settings for a WinPAC device following the first use, it is
recommended to use the Backup utility to back up all the data (settings and files).
Step 1: Run the Backup Utility on the WinPAC
The DCON firmware is located at:
\System_Disk\tools\Backup_utility\
Step 2: Click the Backup menu
Step 3: Select the options that
you want to backup,
enter text annotations
and then click the Start
backup button
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Step 4: Confirm the backup
options and then click
Yes button
Step 5: Choose the folder that you
want to save backup file and
click the Ok button
Step 6: Wait for process to
finish
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2.9. A caution about using System_Disk
The System_disk is an authoritative storage device, but is not suitable for frequent
copying and deleting of files and is only suitable for storing important files that are not
changed frequently.
If files are copied and deleted frequently, the system will automatically perform a
System_Disk defragment action, which will consume the total resources of the CPU and
cause the OS not to function correctly.
When the OS System_Disk defragment action is being performed, the run LED will blink
and the defragment action icon will show in the system tray in the bottom right-hand of
the pc screen.
Tips & Warnings
Don not power off or restart the
WinPAC while the defragment
is being performed.
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3. Tools and Tasks
This chapter briefly describes the functions of the WinPAC software toolkits.
Following tools has been installed on the WinPAC.
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 Backup_Utility
The Backup_Utility is a system backup/restore tool used to backup/restore all the data
(OS, settings and files) from/to the WinPAC/ViewPAC device.
For more information about the Backup Utility, please refer to “3.6.Bacup Utility”.
Dcomcnfg
dcomcnfg.exe for Windows CE to configure your DCOM settings.
NTLMUser.exe for Windows CE to create local NTLM accounts on the Windows CE
Device.
 DCON_CE
With Host PC running the DCON Utility, on the WinPAC, the DCON_CE program
allows user to view and monitor the status of the DCON Utility.
 ISQLW35
The ISQLW35 implements SQL server compact 3.5 Query Analyzer.
 Modbus
The Modbus provides various applications of Modbus protocol for configuring the
WinPAC.
 NAPOPC_CE5
NAPOPC_CE5 is an integrated omnibus software package, it allows user to quickly
establish a DCS control system.
For more information about the NAPOPC_CE5, please refer to “3.2. NAPOPC_CE5”.
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 RegistryEditor
The RegistryEditor allows user to editor the registry value of Windows CE Operating
System.
 RegistryViewer
The Registry Viewer allows user to view the registry value of Windows CE Operating
System.
 Remote display application
The remote display application allows user to view the display remotely of the WinPAC
on a Host PC.
 SendToCOM
The SendToCOM allows user to send/receive data to/from the expansion module via
serial port.
 TaskMgr
The TaskMgr provides details about programs and processes running on the WinPAC.
 VCEP
The VCEP allows user to manage the WinPAC remotely on a Host PC.
For more information about the VCEP, please refer to “3.4. VCEP (Virtual CE Pro)”.
 WinPAC Utility
The WinPAC Utility provides various useful functions such as configuring Ethernet
settings, monitoring system settings and FTP services .etc for easy and quick
management.
For more information about the WinPAC Utility, please refer to “3.5. WinPAC Utility”.
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3.1. DCON Utility
The DCON Utility is a toolkit that help user search the network, easily to Configure the
I/O modules and test the I/O status via the serial port (RS-232/485) or Ethernet port
(using virtual com port). It supports not only the DCON Protocol I/O modules but also
the M Series I/O Modules (Modbus RTU M-7K, M-87K and will support Modbus ASCII
M-87K) now.
For more detailed information on WinPAC Utility applications, please refer to
“2.5. Using DCON Utility to configure the I/O modules”
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3.2. NAPOPC_CE5
NAPOPC_CE5 DA Server is a free OPC DA Server (The "OPC"
stands for "OLE for Process Control" and the "DA" stands for " Data
Access") working on WinPAC, ViewPAC & WinCon controllers
provided by ICP DAS Ltd. The first standard (originally called simply
the OPC Specification and now called the Data Access Specification)
resulted from the collaboration of a number of leading worldwide automation suppliers
working in cooperation with Microsoft. Originally based on Microsoft's OLE COM
(component object model) and DCOM (distributed component object model)
technologies, the specification defined a standard set of objects, interfaces and
methods for use in process control and manufacturing automation applications to
facilitate interoperability. NAPOPC_CE5 DA Server integrates OPC, Modbus TCP Slave
and Modbus RTU Slave three kind Slave services, as well as integrates Modbus TCP
Master, Modbus RTU Master and DCON three kind Master communication protocols. It
also provides one advanced function “Rule Script” for use in the I/O integration and
transformation, and some conditional Logic operation.
Any version before 2.1.0 of the NAPOPC_CE5 was named “Quicker”
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3.3. SendToCOM
The SendToCOM uses the serial port to communicate with expansion module. To use
the SendToCOM, you can send data to expansion module through the serial port, and
receive data from other device through the serial port.
For more information about these commands for communicating with expansion module,
please refer to:
CD:\Napdos\io_module\87k_high_profile_modules.htm
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3.4. VCEP
ICPDAS VCEP is designed
for managing your WinPAC
anywhere. No matter where
you are, ICPDAS VCEP
provides a convenient
environment on the
Desktop PC and allows you
control your WinPAC
remotely.
ICPDAS VCEP is composed of two main components:
The “Server” which runs on WinPAC.
The “Client" which runs on a Desktop PC.
Once a connection is established between the client and server (initiated by the client),
the client will periodically send requests for screen updates and send mouse/key click
information to the server to simulate. Each video frame is inter-compressed against the
previous frame and then intra-compressed with a modified LZW scheme to minimize the
amount of data transmitted from server to client.
For more detailed information on VCEP application, please refer to
http://www.icpdas.com/products/PAC/wincon-8000/wincon_VirtualCE.htm
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3.5. WinPAC Utility
The WinPAC Utility is a tool which is designed to quickly control and manage the
WinPAC.
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3.5.1. Menu Bar
The WinPAC Utility includes the following function menu. All function menu will be
explained later.
 File Menu
 Help Menu
 Configuration Menu
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File Menu
The menu commands
Use to
Save
Saves the settings into Flash.
The new settings don’t take effect until the WinPAC
restart.
Save and Reboot
Saves the settings into Flash and restart the
WinPAC.
The new settings will take effect after the WinPAC
restart.
Reboot Without Save
Restarts the WinPAC without save the settings into
Flash.
Restore Default Settings
Restarts the settings of WinPAC to its factory default
values.
The settings include configuration setting, network
setting, auto execution, etc.
Exit
Exits the WinPAC Utility.
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Help Menu
The menu commands
Use to
Reset System to Default
Resets the system interrupt status to default.
The operation used in the situation when the
interrupt crash.
You can select this operation to reset the interrupt
status without rebooting the device.
Release Notes
Checks out what’s new and the know issues.
About
Displays a dialog box with information about
WinPAC Utility, including the current version and
copyright information.
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Configuration Menu
The menu commands
Use to
Import Registry Key
Backs up a sub-key of registry by using a registration
entry (.reg) file.
How to use:
Step 1: Select the “Import Registry Key”, then the
“Open” dialog box will appear
Step 2: On the “Open” dialog box, select a
specific .reg file to import
Warning:
1. The .reg file should be saved by “Export Registry
Key”.
2. It will not save automatically after import a .reg file.
Export Registry Key
Makes a backup of a registry sub-key
How to use:
Step 1: Select the “Export Registry Key”, then the
“Export Registry” box will appear
Step 2: Select a specific root key
Step 3: Input a specific path of sub-key
Step 4: Push the “OK” button, then the “Save As”
dialog box will appear prompting you to select a
location where you want to save this exported file
Warning:
The export operation will export all the sub-keys of
the specific key which you input.
Store All Registry
Setting
Stores all registry setting to flash from .das file which
is saved by “Dump All Registry Setting”.
How to use:
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The menu commands
Use to
Step 1: Select the “Store All Registry Setting” , then
the “Open” dialog box will appear
Step 2: On the “Open” dialog box, select a
specific .das file to store
Warning:
1. The .das file should be saved by “Dump All
Registry Setting”.
2. It will save automatically after store .das file.
Dump All Registry
Settings
Dump all registries setting to .das file.
How to use:
Select the “Dump All Registry Setting”, then the
“Save As” dialog box will appear prompting you to
select a location where you want to save this
exported file.
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3.5.2. Property Tabs
The WinPAC Utility includes the following property tabs, all property tabs will be
explained later.
 System Setting
 System Settings2
 Ethernet Setting
 Network Setting
 System Information
 Auto Execution
 Multi-serial port wizard
 System Memory Setting
 Backplane Compatibility
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System Setting Tab
The System Setting tab provides functions to configure the task bar HTTP directory
path.
The tab use to
How to use
Adjust the size of the desktop
Select a display resolution from the
Resolution list.
Lock or Auto-Hide the taskbar
Auto-Hide:
Select the Auto Hide check box
Lock:
Select the Always On Top check box.
Check the status of the battery
See the Battery1 and Battery2 field that
displays the battery status.
Note: Use the battery type BR1632 (part number is 2LB010 for ICP DAS) if you need to
replace it.
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Ethernet Setting Tab
The Ethernet Setting tab provides functions to configure either DHCP (Roaming) or
manually configured (Static) network settings and to monitor the MAC address.
Generally, DHCP is the default settings, but if you don’t have a DHCP server, you must
configure the network settings by using manual configuration.
The tab use to
How to use
Configure the network
settings
Obtaining an IP address automatically from
DHCP:
Select the Use DHCP to get IP address option.
Manually assign an IP address:
Select the Assign IP address option.
Monitor the MAC address
See the MAC Address 1 and MAC Address 2
fields that display the physical address of LAN1
and LAN2.
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Network Setting Tab
The Network Setting tab includes two tabs, FTP Setting and Users and Password.
The FTP settings tab provides functions to enable/disable the FTP access,
enable/disable anonymous FTP access, and configure the FTP directory path.
The tab use to
How to use
Enable or disable
Enable:
the FTP access
Select the Enable check box in the FTP field.
Disable:
Select the Disable check box in the FTP field.
Enable or disable
anonymous FTP
access
Enable:
Select the Enable check box in the Allow Anonymous field.
Disable:
Select the Disable check box in the Allow Anonymous field.
Enable or disable
anonymous FTP
upload
Enable:
Select the Enable check box in the Allow Anonymous
Upload field.
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The tab use to
How to use
Disable:
Select the Disable check box in the Allow Anonymous
Upload field.
Change the FTP
directory path
Enter a new path in the Change FTP default download
directory field, and then press the Setting button.
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The FTP settings tab provides functions to add, delete, and manage the user account
for FTP, telnet and Web server access.
The tab use to
How to use
Add a user
account
Fill in the User name and Password field of your user account,
press the Add button, and then press the Setting button
Delete a user
account
Choose a user name from the user account list, the user
account that you select will display in the User name and
Password filed, press the Delete button, and then press the
Setting button
* The maximum number of the user accounts is 5.
* The maximum of the string length of the user name and password fields must
be less than 20 charachters.
For more information on how to use a user account to login WinPAC, please refer to
“E.1. How to set up a telnet and FTP account to login WinPAC”
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System Information Tab
The System Information tab provides functions to monitor necessary system information
of the WinPAC. The system information is the most important note of version control for
upgrading system.
Auto Execution Tab
The Auto Execute tab provides functions to configure programs running at WinPAC
startup, it allows users to configure ten execute files at most.
The allowed file types are .exe and .bat, and they are executed in
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order of program 1, program 2, etc.
The tab use to
How to use
Configure programs
running at startup
Press the Browse button to select the execute file
which you want, and then press the Setting button.
Multi-Serial Port Wizard Tab
The Multi-serial port provides functions for
installation of the RS-232/RS-422/RS-485
communication module driver.
The table below shows the expansion
RS-232/RS-422/RS-485 communication modules
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that are compatible with the WinPAC.
Item
RS-232
RS-422/RS-485
Isolation
Connector
I-8112iW
2
-
2500 Vrms
DB-9 x 2
I-8114W
4
-
-
DB-37 x 1
I-8114iW
4
-
2500 Vrms
DB-37 x 1
I-8142iW
-
2
2500 Vrms
Terminator block x 1
I-8144iW
-
4
2500 Vrms
Terminator block x 1
The WinPAC can be expanded to support up to 16 COM ports.
For more detailed information about these support modules, please refer to
http://www.icpdas.com/products/Remote_IO/i-8ke/selection_rs232_i8k.htm
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System Memory Setting Tab
The System Memory Setting tab provides functions to adjust and monitor the unused
RAM.
The tab use to
How to use
Adjust display
Move the slider left to release more memory running
programs or move the slider right to release more
storage room, and then press the Setting button
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Backplane Compatibility Tab
The Backplane Compatibility tab provides functions to keep old programs running on
WinPAC without any modification.
The tab use to
How to use
Configure programs
running at WinCON-8000
Select the “COM Port Backward Compatible for
WinCon” and then press Setting button
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4. Your First WinPAC Program
This chapter describes the components of the WinPAC SDK, and provides step by step
tutorial for developer that will teach you how to create your first WinPAC program.
Before writing your first program, ensure that you have the necessary development tools
and the corresponding WinPAC SDKs are installed on your system.
4.1. Preparing the Development Tools
There are several programming tools available for application developers targeting
Windows CE-based WinPAC. One of the following tools must be installed on the Host
PC.
 Microsoft eMbedded Visual C++
 Visual Basic.net
 Visual C#
Notes:
1. There is no support for development of both managed and unmanaged code
on WinPAC series platform in VS2010/VS2012.
2. WinCE-based platform development is only supported in Visual studio
Professional edition or better, no Express or Standard edition.
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4.2. Installing WinPAC Platform SDKs
The WinPAC Platform SDK is a Software Development Kit (SDK) that contains C header
files, C libraries and documents.
Below is a step by step procedure for installing the WinPAC Platform SDKs.
Step 1: Insert the CD into your CD-ROM drive
Step 2: Execute the “PAC270_SDK_YYYYMMDD.msi” which is located in
CD:\Napdos\wp-8x4x_ce50\SDK\PlatformSDK
for WP-8x3x and WP-8x4x series
The installation program for the latest version of the WinPAC Platform SDKs can be
obtained from:
http://ftp.icpdas.com/pub/cd/winpac/napdos/wp-8x4x_ce50/sdk/platformsdk/
File name: pac270_sdk_yyyymmdd.msi
yyyymmdd: platform sdk released date
Tips & Warnings
The released date of the installation program SDK installation
package that provides the PACSDK library must be later than or
equal to 2012/10/15, such as PAC270_SDK_20121015.msi
Step 3: Follow the prompts until the installation is complete
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4.3. Understanding the WinPAC SDK
The WinPAC SDK includes several application programming interfaces (APIs) that
allows you perform various supporting tasks when developing WinPAC.
 Requirements
The WinPAC SDK only supports .NET Compact Framework 2.0 or above.
 Installation Path
After installing the WinPAC SDKs, a number of functions can be installed on the Host
PC, and this installation puts the header files, libraries into the following public places so
they are easily changed by update the WinPAC SDKs.
Header files:
C:\Program Files\Windows CE Tools\wce500\PAC270\Icpdas\Include\ARMV4I\
Libraries:
C:\Program Files\Windows CE Tools\wce500\PAC270\Icpdas\Lib\ARMV4I\
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4.3.1. WinPAC SDK Overview
¬ System Information
¬ Watchdog
¬ Backplane Access
¬ UART
¬ Interrupt
¬ Registry
¬ Memory Access
¬ Micro SD
System Operation
PAC_IO
Remote I/O
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 System Information Functions
Provides reference information for the system status.
 Backplane Access API
Provides reference information for the backplane access APIs, including backplane
information.
 Interrupt API
Provides reference information for the Interrupt APIs
 Memory Access API
Provides reference information for the memory R/W APIs, including EEPROM and
SRAM.
 Watchdog Functions
Provides reference information for the watchdog APIs, including hardware watchdog
and OS watchdog.
 Uart API
Provides reference information for the Uart APIs.
 Registry API
Provides reference information for the registry.
 MicroSD Management API
Provides reference information for the MicroSD Manager.
 PAC_IO API
Provides reference information for IO APIs, including local and remote.
In additions, no matter 8K or 87K modules use the same API.
 Error Handling API
Provides reference information for error handling.
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4.3.2. WinPAC SDK Reference
For full usage information regarding the description, prototype and the arguments of the
functions, please refer to the “PAC Standard API Manual” for both WP-8x3x and
WP-8x4x series located at:
CD:\Napdos\wp-8x4x_ce50\Document\SDK_Document\
ftp://ftp.icpdas.com/pub/cd/winpac/napdos/wp-8x4x_ce50/document/sdk_document/
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4.4. Your First Program in C#
Here we will explain how to create a C# program running on WinPAC. We assume that
you use Visual Studio 2005/2008.
Depending on the version of
To create a demo program with C# development tool includes the following main steps:
1. Create a new project
2. Add project reference for an application
3. Design and Build an application program
4. Execute the application on the WinPAC
All main steps will be described in the following subsection.
4.4.1. Create a new project
Step 1: Start the Visual Studio 2005
Step 2: On the “File” menu, select the “New” command, and then click the
“Project” command
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Step 3: In the “New Project” dialog box do the following in this order
Step 4: Click OK to start creating a “systeminfo” project
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4.4.2. Add project reference for an application
Step 1: On the “Solution Explorer” window, right-click the “Reference” and
then click the “Add Reference…” command
Step 2: In the “Add
Reference” dialog box,
select the “Browse” tab, and
then specify the directory of
the “PACNET.dll” file in the
“File name” field
The “PACNET.dll” file for WP-8x3x and WP-8x4x can be obtained from:
CD:\Napdos\wp-8x4x_ce50\SDK\WinPacNet\
http://ftp.icpdas.com/pub/cd/winpac/napdos/wp-8x4x_ce50/sdk/winpacnet/
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4.4.3. Design and Build an application program
Step 1:
Add a “button” object in the “From1” dialog box
Step 2: Right-click the “button” object and click the “Properties” command
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Step 3: On the “Properties” window, type “Check the OS version” in the
“Text” edit box
Step 4: In the “Form1” dialog box, double-click the button” object to open
the editor window
Double-click
the button
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Step 5: Insert the “using PACNET;” into the header area after “using
System.Windows.Forms;”
Tips & Warnings
The “PACNET” of “using PACNET” is case- sensitive
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Step 6: Insert the following code in the Editor Window
MessageBox.Show(PACNET.Sys.GetOSVersion());
MessageBox.Show(Sys.GetOSVersion());
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4.4.4. Execute the application on the WinPAC
Step 1: On the “Build” menu, click the “Build Solution” command
Step 2: Open the web browser and type the IP address to connect the FTP
server of WinPAC
Step 3: Upload the “systeminfo.exe” application and the corresponding
“PACNET.dll” file to the WinPAC via the WinPAC FTP server
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Tips & Warnings
For applications programming in C# and VB.net with .net compact
framework, when executing these application on the WinPAC
controller, the corresponding “PACNET.dll” file must be in the
same directory as the .exe file.
Step 4: On the WinPAC, execute the uploaded file
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4.5. Your First Program in VB.net
To create a demo program with C# development tool includes the following main steps:
1. Create a new project
2. Add project reference for an application
3. Design and Build an application program
4. Execute the application on the WinPAC
All main steps will be described in the following subsection.
4.5.1. Create a new project
Step 1: Start the Visual Studio 2005
Step 2: On the “File” menu, select the “New” command, and then click the
“Project” command
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Step 3: In the “New Project” dialog box do the following in this order
Step 4: Click OK to start creating a “systeminfo” project
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4.5.2. Add project reference for an application
Step 1: On the “Class View” window, right-click the “Reference” and then
click the “Add Reference…” command
Step 2: In the “Add Reference” dialog
box, select the “Browse” tab, and then
specify the directory of the
“PACNET.dll” file in the “File name”
field
The “PACNET.dll” file for WP-8x3x and WP-8x4x can be obtained from:
CD:\Napdos\wp-8x4x_ce50\SDK\WinPacNet\
http://ftp.icpdas.com/pub/cd/winpac/napdos/wp-8x4x_ce50/sdk/winpacnet/
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4.5.3. Design and Build an application program
Step 1:
Add a “button” object in the “From1” dialog box
Step 2: Right-click the “button” object and click the “Properties” command
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Step 3: On the “Properties” window, type “Check the OS version” in the
“Text” edit box
Step 4: In the “Form1” dialog box, double-click the button” object to open
the editor window
Double-click
the button
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Step 5: Insert the following code in the Editor Window
1. Imports PACNET
2. MessageBox.Show(PACNET.Sys.GetOSVersion())
3. MessageBox.Show(Sys.GetOSVersion())
Tips & Warnings
The “PACNET” of “Imports PACNET” is case- sensitive
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4.5.4. Execute the application on the WinPAC
Step 1: On the “Build” menu, click the “Build Solution” command-
Step 2: Open the web browser and type the IP address to connect the FTP
server of WinPAC
Step 3: Upload the “systeminfo.exe” application and the corresponding
“PACNET.dll” file to the WinPAC via the WinPAC FTP server
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Tips & Warnings
For applications programming in C# and VB.net with .net
framework, when executing these application on the WinPAC
controller, the corresponding “PACNET.dll” file must be in the
same directory as the .exe file
Step 4: On the WinPAC, execute the uploaded file
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4.6. Your First Program in eMbedded Visual C++
To create a demo program with eMbedded Visual C++ development tool includes the
following main steps:
1. Create a new Forms-Based project
2. Configure compiler options
3. Design and Build an application program
4. Execute the application on the WinPAC
All main steps will be described in the following subsection.
4.6.1. Create a new Forms-Based project
Step 1: Start the Microsoft Embedded Visual C++
Step 2: From the “File” menu, click the “New” command
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Step 3: In the “New” dialog, select the “Projects” tab and do the following in
this order
Tips & Warnings
The selected CPU type must have “Win32 [WCE ARMV4I]”
Step 4: Click the “OK” button to start the wizard
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Step 5: On the first page of the wizard, select “Dialog based” option and
then click the “Next” button to the next step
Step 6: On the next page of the wizard, leave all the options as they are, and
then click the “Next” button to the next step
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Step 7: On the next page of the wizard, leave all the options as they are, and
then click the “Next” button to the next step
Step 8: On the next page of the wizard, leave all the options as they are, and
then click the “Finish” button to complete the wizard
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Step 9: The final summary appears, click the “OK” button to exit the wizard
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4.6.2. Configure compiler options
On the WCE configuration toolbar, select the “Win32 [WCE ARMV4]
Release”
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4.6.3. Specify the path for project reference
Step 1: Click the “Options…” command from the “Tools” menu
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Step 2: In the “Option” dialog, select the “Directories” tab and do the
following in this order to specify the header file include path
The specified include path of the header file is default located at:
C:\Program Files\Windows CE Tools\wce500\PAC270\Icpdas\Include\ARMV4I\
Click this button
to specify the
header file
include path
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Step 3: In the “Option” dialog, select the “Directories” tab and do the
following in this order to specify the library file path
The specified include path of the library file is default located at:
C:\Program Files\Windows CE Tools\wce500\PAC270\Icpdas\Lib\ARMV4I\
Click this button
to specify the
library file path
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Step 4: Click the “Settings…” command from the “Project” menu
Step 5: In the “Project Settings” dialog box do the following in this order
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4.6.4. Design and Build an application program
Step 1: On the “Workspace” window, select the “ResourceView” tab and
expand the “dialog” folder, and then double-click the
“IDD_DEMO_DIALOG” to open the dialog box
Step 2: Add the “button” object in the “systeminfo” dialog box
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Step 3: In the “systeminfo” dialog box, right-click the button object and then
click the “Properties” command
Step 4: Type the “Check the OS version” in the “Caption” edit box and then
the “close” button
click
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Step 5: In the “systeminfo” dialog box, double-Click the button object
Double-click
the button
Step 6: Type the “OnBtnCheckOS” in the “Member function name” edit box
and then click the “OK” button
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Step 7: Insert the following code into the Editor Window
char OS[32];
TCHAR buf[32];
pac_GetOSVersion(OS);
pac_AnsiToWideString(OS, buf);
MessageBox(buf,0,MB_OK);
Step 8: Insert the “#include “PACSDK.h”” into the header area
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4.6.5. Execute the application program on WinPAC
Step 1: On the “Build” menu, click the “Build systeminfo.exe” command
Step 2: Open the web browser and type the IP address to connect the FTP
server of WinPAC
Step 3: Upload the “systeminfo.exe” application to the WinPAC via the
WinPAC FTP server
Step 4: On the WinPAC, execute the
uploaded file
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5. APIs and Demo References
This chapter introduces demo programs that have been designed for the WinPAC. You
can examine the demo source code, which includes numerous comments, to familiarize
yourself with the WinPAC API. This will allow developing your own applications quickly by
modifying these demo programs. The following details the contents of the WinPAC demo
programs.
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5.1. Demo programs with C#
The following C# demos have been designed to demonstrate the various features
of the WinPAC.
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5.1.1. C# Demo programs for WinPAC Standard API
The table below describes the WinPAC demos that have been designed to
demonstrate the standard operation features of the WinPAC.
¬ System Information
¬ Watchdog
¬ Backplane Access
¬ UART
¬ Interrupt
¬ Registry
¬ Memory Access
¬ Micro SD
System Operation
WinPAC Standard API:
Folder
Demo
Explanation
Retrieves information about the OS
system
systeminfo
backplane
backplaneinfo
memoryaccess
memory
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etc.
Retrieves information about the DIP
switch, backplane ID and slot count.
Shows how to read/write date values
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Demo
Explanation
from/to EEPROM
battery_backup_sram
Shows how to read or write to the
battery backup
watchdog
watchdog
Displays how the watchdog operate
microsd
microsd_management
Shows how to enables/disables
Micro SD
registry
registry
Shows how to read/write date values
from/to registry
Uart
diag
Shows how to read the name of
local I/O modules via UART
The C# demo programs of WinPAC standard API for WP-8x3x and XP-8x4x can
be obtained from:
CD:\Napdos\wp-8x4x_ce50\Demo\WinPAC\ C#\Standard \
ftp://ftp.icpdas.com/pub/cd/winpac/napdos/wp-8x4x_ce50/demo/winpac/c%23/s
tandard/
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5.1.2. C# Demo programs for PAC IO API
The table below describes the WinPAC demos that have been designed to
demonstrate the expansion I/O module features of the WinPAC.
PAC_IO
Remote I/O
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PAC IO API:
Folder
Local
Remote
Demo
Explanation
find_io
Shows how to retrieve the module names and types
which plugged in the WinPAC.
8k_di
Shows how to read the DI values of DI module.
This demo program is used by 8K series DI modules.
8k_do
Shows how to write the DO values to DO module.
This demo program is used by 8K series DO modules.
8k_dio
Shows how to read the DI and the DO values of the
DIO module.
This demo program is used by 8K series DIO
modules.
87k_basic
Shows how to send/receive a command/response
application.
This demo program is used by 87K series modules.
87K_demo
Shows how use uart API and the IO modules located
as slots.
This demo program is used by 87K series modules.
87k_ai
Shows how to read the AI values of AI module.
This demo program is used by 87K series AI modules.
87k_ao
Shows how to write the AO values to AO module.
This demo program is used by 87K series AO
modules.
87k_di
Shows how to read the DI values of DI module.
This demo program is used by 87K series DI modules.
87k_do
Shows how to write the DO values to DO module.
This demo program is used by 87K series DO
modules.
87k_dio
Shows how to read the DI and the DO values of the
DIO module.
This demo program is used by 87K series DIO
modules.
7k87k_basic
Shows how to send/receive a command/response
application.
This demo program is used by 7K or 87K series
AI modules which connected through a COM port.
7k87k_ai
Shows how to read the AI values of AI module.
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Folder
Demo
Explanation
This demo program is used by 7K or 87K series
AI modules which connected through a COM port.
7k87k_ao
Shows how to write the AO values to AO module.
This demo program is used by 7K or 87K series
AI modules which connected through a COM port.
7k87k_di
Shows how to read the DI values of DI module.
This demo program is used by 7K or 87K series
AI modules which connected through a COM port.
7k87k_do
Shows how to write the DO values to DO module.
This demo program is used by 7K or 87K series
AI modules which connected through a COM port.
7k87k_dio
Shows how to read the DI and the DO values of the
DIO module.
This demo program is used by 7K or 87K series
AI modules which connected through a COM port.
The C# demo programs of PAC IO API for WP-8x3x and XP-8x4x can be obtained
from:
CD:\Napdos\wp-8x4x_ce50\Demo\ WinPAC\C#\IO
ftp://ftp.icpdas.com/pub/cd/winpac/napdos/wp-8x4x_ce50/demo/winpac/c%23/io/
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5.2. Demo Programs with eMbedded Visual C++
The following eVC demos have been designed to demonstrate the various
features of the WinPAC.
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5.2.1. eVC Demo programs for WinPAC Standard API
The table below describes the WinPAC demos that have been designed to
demonstrate the standard operation features of the WinPAC.
¬ System Information
¬ Watchdog
¬ Backplane Access
¬ UART
¬ Interrupt
¬ Registry
¬ Memory Access
¬ Micro SD
System Operation
WinPAC Standard API:
Folder
Demo
Explanation
system
Systeminfo
Retrieves information about the OS
version, CPU version, SDK version,
etc.
backplane
Backplaneinfo
Retrieves information about the DIP
switch, backplane ID and slot count.
memoryaccess
Memory
Shows how to read/write date values
from/to EEPROM
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Demo
Explanation
battery_backup_sram
watchdog
watchdog
microsd
microsd_management
registry
registry
Uart
diag
Shows how to read or write to the
battery backup
Displays how the watchdog operate
Shows how to enables/disables
Micro SD
Shows how to read/write date values
from/to registry
Shows how to read the name of
local I/O modules via UART
The eVC demo programs of WinPAC standard API for WP-8x3x and XP-8x4x can
be obtained from:
CD:\Napdos\wp-8x4x_ce50\Demo\ WinPAC\eVC\Standard
ftp://ftp.icpdas.com/pub/cd/winpac/napdos/wp-8x4x_ce50/demo/winpac/evc/st
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5.2.2. eVC Demo programs for PAC IO API
The table below describes the WinPAC demos that have been designed to
demonstrate the expansion I/O module features of the WinPAC.
PAC_IO
Remote I/O
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PAC IO API:
Folder
Local
Remote
Demo
Explanation
find_io
Shows how to retrieve the module names and types
which plugged in the WinPAC.
8k_di
Shows how to read the DI values of DI module.
This demo program is used by 8K series DI modules.
8k_do
Shows how to write the DO values to DO module.
This demo program is used by 8K series DO modules.
8k_dio
Shows how to read the DI and the DO values of the
DIO module.
This demo program is used by 8K series DIO
modules.
87k_basic
Shows how to send/receive a command/response
application.
This demo program is used by 87K series modules.
87K_demo
Shows how use uart API and the IO modules located
as slots.
This demo program is used by 87K series modules.
87k_ai
Shows how to read the AI values of AI module.
This demo program is used by 87K series AI modules.
87k_ao
Shows how to write the AO values to AO module.
This demo program is used by 87K series AO
modules.
87k_di
Shows how to read the DI values of DI module.
This demo program is used by 87K series DI modules.
87k_do
Shows how to write the DO values to DO module.
This demo program is used by 87K series DO
modules.
87k_dio
Shows how to read the DI and the DO values of the
DIO module.
This demo program is used by 87K series DIO
modules.
7k87k_basic
Shows how to send/receive a command/response
application.
This demo program is used by 7K or 87K series
AI modules which connected through a COM port.
7k87k_ai
Shows how to read the AI values of AI module.
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Demo
Explanation
This demo program is used by 7K or 87K series
AI modules which connected through a COM port.
7k87k_ao
Shows how to write the AO values to AO module.
This demo program is used by 7K or 87K series
AI modules which connected through a COM port.
7k87k_di
Shows how to read the DI values of DI module.
This demo program is used by 7K or 87K series
AI modules which connected through a COM port.
7k87k_do
Shows how to write the DO values to DO module.
This demo program is used by 7K or 87K series
AI modules which connected through a COM port.
7k87k_dio
Shows how to read the DI and the DO values of the
DIO module.
This demo program is used by 7K or 87K series
AI modules which connected through a COM port.
The eVC demo programs of PAC IO API for WP-8x3x and XP-8x4x can be
obtained from:
CD:\Napdos\wp-8x3x_ce50\Demo\ WinPAC\eVC\IO
ftp://ftp.icpdas.com/pub/cd/winpac/napdos/wp-8x4x_ce50/demo/winpac/evc/io/
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6. I/O Modules and SDK Selection
This chapter describes how to select a suitable I/O expansion module and the
corresponding SDK library for developing programs on WinPAC series devices.
Selecting an SDK Library for I/O Expansion
2
5
3
1
4
1. Local I/O (I-8K Series & I-87K Series)
There are two types of I/O modules that can be inserted into local bus of a WinPAC
device, Parallel and Serial. Parallel modules (I-8K Series) are high-speed modules
and only support an MCU (Main Control Unit). Serial modules (I-87K Series) can
support either an MCU or an I/O expansion unit. The following table shows the
appropriate SDK library to be used for I/O modules.
Modules
SDK
I-87K series
I-87K series with
PWM functions
I-8K series
Specified I-8K
series
Native SDK
PACSDK.dll
PACSDK_PWM.dll
PACSDK.dll
Specified SDK
.NET CF
SDK
PACNET.dll
PACNET.dll
PACNET.dll
Specified SDK
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The details of the SDK libraries for a specific I/O Module are listed in the table below:
Module
Native SDK
.NET CF SDK
I-8017HW
pac_i8017HW.dll
pac_i8017HWNet.dll
I-8014W
pac_i8014W.dll
pac_i8014WNet.dll
I-8024W
pac_i8024W.dll
pac8024WNet.dll
I-8026W
pac_i8026W.dll
pac_i8026WNet.dll
I-8048W
pac_i8048W.dll
pac_i8048WNet.dll
I-8050W
pac_i8050W.dll
pac_i8050WNet.dll
I-8084W
pac_i8084W.dll
pac_i8084WNet.dll
I-8088W
pac_i8088W.dll
pac_i8088WNet.dll
I-8093W
pac_i8093W.dll
pac8093WNet.dll
I-87088W
PACSDK_PWM.dll
PACNET.dll
Other I-8K & I-87K
modules
PACSDK.dll
PACNET.dll
2. RS485 (I-7K Series & M-7K series)
I-7000, M-7000, RU-87Pn and high profile I-87K series modules connect to WinPAC
series devices via a twisted-pair, multi-drop, 2-wire RS-485 network.
Modules
SDK
I-7K series
I-7K series with
PWM functions
M-7K series
RU-87Pn +
I-87K
Native SDK
PACSDK.dll
PACSDK_PWM.dll
Modbus Demo
Refer to the
I-8K Series &
the I-87K
Series
.NET CF
SDK
PACNET.dll
PACNET.dll
Modbus Demo
Refer to the
I-8K Series &
the I-87K
Series
The detail of the SDK library to be used for a specific I/O Module is listed in the table
below:
Module
Native SDK
.NET CF SDK
M7000 series
Modbus Demo
Modbus Demo
I-7088W
PACSDK_PWM.dll
PACNET.dll
Other I-7K modules
PACSDK.dll
PACNET.dll
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3. Ethernet
The Ethernet I/O devices available include ET-6000, ET-7000, I-8KE4/8 and
I-8KE4/8-MTCP, and support either the DCON or the Modbus/TCP protocol.
Module
Native SDK
.NET CF SDK
ET-6K/ET-7K series
Modbus Demo
Modbus Demo
4. FRnet
FRnet is an innovative industrial field bus technology that uses twisted pair cable as
the transmission medium. The status of all I/O devices is updated on a fixed cycle, no
matter how many FRnet I/O modules are connected to the FRnet network.
Module
Native SDK
.NET CF SDK
I-8172W
pac_i8172W.dll
pac8172WNet.dll
5. CAN Bus
The Controller Area Network (CAN) is a serial communication way, which efficiently
supports distributed real-time control with a very high level of security. It provides the
error-processing mechanisms and concepts of message priority. These features can
improve the network reliability and transmission efficiency.
Module
Native SDK
.NET CF SDK
I-8120W
I8120.dll
I8120net_pac.dll
Selection Guide for a I/O Module Demo Program
I-7K series:
http://ftp.icpdas.com.tw/pub/cd/winpac/napdos/wp-8x4x_ce50/demo/winpac/applicable
d_demo_for_7k_module.pdf
I-87K series:
http://ftp.icpdas.com.tw/pub/cd/winpac/napdos/wp-8x4x_ce50/demo/winpac/applicable
d_demo_for_87k_module.pdf
I-87K series:
http://ftp.icpdas.com.tw/pub/cd/winpac/napdos/wp-8x4x_ce50/demo/winpac/applicable
d_demo_for_8k_module.pdf
Modbus demo:
http://ftp.icpdas.com/pub/cd/winpac/napdos/wp-8x4x_ce50/demo/nmodbus/
CAN Bus demo:
ftp://ftp.icpdas.com/pub/cd/fieldbus_cd/can/slotmodule/i_8120w/demos/
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7. WinPAC Updates
This chapter provides instructions on how to upgrade WinPAC OS and SDK.
ICP DAS will continue to add additional features to WinPAC SDK and OS in the future, so
we advise you to periodically check the ICP DAS web site for the latest updates.
WinPAC updates services can be divided into the following two main categories:
1. OS updates
2. SDK updates
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7.1. OS updates
The updates files of OS image are located on:
 For WP-8x3x series
CD:\Napdos\wp-8x3x_ce50\OS_Image\
 For WP-8x4x series
CD:\Napdos\wp-8x4x_ce50\OS_Image\
There are two ways to update the OS:
1. Update from file (Please refer to section 6.1.1)
(We recommend that you use this one for more quicker and easier to update)
2. Update from Eshell (Please refer to section 6.1.2)
Upgrad
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The WinPAC OS supports multi-language:
1. en - English
2. sc - Simplified Chinese
3. tc - Traditional Chinese
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7.1.1. WinPAC OS updates using installation package file on WinPAC
Installation package is easier to upgrade OS image, you just copy the package file
(.exe) and the corresponding “AutoInit.bat” file to WinPAC, and then double-click
installation package file to run it.
---------------------------------------------------------
Upgrade
Installation package file
& AutoInit.bat file
Below is a step by step procedure for updating the WinPAC OS.
Step 1: Get the latest version of the installation package file and the
corresponding “AutoInit.bat” file downloading to WinPAC
The latest version of the installation package file and the corresponding “AutoInit.bat”
file can be obtained from:
 For WP-8x3x series
CD:\Napdos\wp-8x3x_ce50\OS_Image\update_from_file\
http://ftp.icpdas.com/pub/cd/winpac/napdos/wp-8x3x_ce50/os_image/update_from
_file/
 For WP-8x4x series
CD:\Napdos\wp-8x4x_ce50\OS_Image\update_from_file\
http://ftp.icpdas.com/pub/cd/winpac/napdos/wp-8x4x_ce50/os_image/update_from
_file/
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The corresponding “AutoInit.bat” file can be obtained from the same folder.
There are several ways to download the installation package file and the
corresponding file to WinPAC:
i. On the WinPAC, you can download these files via Ethernet connection.
ii. On the PC, you can download these files via .a USB storage device, the removable
Micro SD card or FTP server
Step 2: Run the installation package file and then click “OK” to make sure
you receive the important notice of this procedure will ease flash
memory
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Step 3: Click “Update Now” to start the process
Step 4: Click “Yes” to make sure you ready to start the process
This installation procedure will perform the following tasks:
i. Install boot loader file
Important Warnings
Be careful, if the boot loader broken off in this step and cannot
restart in safe mode, you have to send it back to us.
ii. Erase flash disk
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iii. Install OS image
iv. Set and save registry
Tips & Warnings
This procedure will reset the registry settings to their default settings,
and all of your settings will be lost.
During this time, do not turn off the WinPAC. If the update is
cancelled before completion, the WinPAC may become damaged
and may require servicing or exchange.
Besides, we recommend that you turn off all other applications
before starting to upgrade the OS.
Step 5: After completing the above-mentioned tasks, the “Warning !” dialog
box will appear as follow, before clicking the “OK” button, you must
first turn the rotary switch to the “0” position
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Step 6: Check the WinPAC OS version
Start the WinPAC Utility, and then select the “System Information” tab to check the
current OS version.
Check the
OS version
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7.1.2. WinPAC OS updates using Eshell via Ethernet
Upgrade
LAN1
By default, the OS updates via LAN1.
Therefore, to update the OS image, make
sure LAN1 is connected to the PC.
Below is a step by step procedure for updating the WinPAC OS.
Step 1: Get the latest version of the WinPAC OS image
The latest version of the installation package can be obtained from:
 For WP-8x3x series
CD:\Napdos\wp-8x3x_ce50\OS_Image\update_from_Eshell\
http://ftp.icpdas.com/pub/cd/winpac/napdos/wp-8x3x_ce50/os_image/update_from
_Eshell/
 For WP-8x4x series
CD:\Napdos\wp-8x4x_ce50\OS_Image\update_from_Eshell\
http://ftp.icpdas.com/pub/cd/winpac/napdos/wp-8x4x_ce50/os_image/update_from
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Step 2: Run the ESHELL on the PC
ESHELL you can be obtained at:
 For WP-8x3x series
CD:\Napdos\wp-8x3x_ce50\PC_Tools\
http://ftp.icpdas.com/pub/cd/winpac/napdos/wp-8x3x_ce50/pc_tools/
 For WP-8x4x series
CD:\Napdos\wp-8x4x_ce50\PC_Tools\
http://ftp.icpdas.com/pub/cd/winpac/napdos/wp-8x4x_ce50/pc_tools/
Step 3: Configure the reboot in OS update mode
Turn the rotary switch to “3”, and then reboot
the WinPAC.
Step 4: Select the device which you want to update the OS image
After starting the ESHELL software, the “Select Device” dialog will appear, and
then select the device which you want.
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Step 5: Select the latest version of the OS image file
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Step 6: Once the procedure is completed, the “Warning !” dialog box will
Appear on WinPAC screen as below shown, click “No” to finish the
process
Step 7: Configure the WinPAC to boot in normal mode
Step 8: Run the WinPAC Utility to save the settings and reboot the WinPAC
Run the WinPAC Utility, and then select
the “Save and Reboot” command from
the “File” menu to save the settings and
reboot the WinPAC
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Step 9: Click “Yes” to reboot the WinPAC
Step 10: Check the WinPAC OS version
Start the WinPAC Utility, and then select the “System Information” tab to check the
current OS version.
Check the
OS version
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7.2. SDKs Updates
The updates files of SDK are located on:
 For WP-8x3x and WP-8x4x series
CD:\Napdos\wp-8x4x_ce50\SDK\
By eVC and donet development tools, the WinPAC SDK installation is divided into the
following two parts:
i. WinPAC SDK updates for dotnet
ii. WinPAC SDK updates for eMbedded Visual C++
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7.2.1. WinPAC SDK updates for C# or VB.net
To determine the SDK version that is compatibly running on the WinPAC, you can
read the “Release Note” which is located under each SDK folder, these files
provides important updated information for what we fixed and added.
Step 1: Get the latest version of the C# or VB.net components
The latest version of the C# or VB.net components can be obtained from:
 For WP-8x3x and WP-8x4x series
http://ftp.icpdas.com/pub/cd/winpac/napdos/wp-8x4x_ce50/sdk/winpacnet/
Step 2: Copy the latest version of DLL to Host PC and WinPAC
The DLL files on Host PC are located at anywhere only the solution can reference
it.
The DLL files on WinPAC are located at the same directory as the .exe file.
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7.2.2. WinPAC SDK updates for eMbedded Visual C++
To determine the SDK version that is compatibly running on the WinPAC, you can
read the “Release Note” which is located under each SDK folder, these files
provides important updated information for what we fixed and added.
Step 1: Get the latest version of the eMbedded Visual C++ components
The latest version of the eMbedded Visual C++ components can be obtained
from:
 For WP-8x3x and WP-8x4x series
http://ftp.icpdas.com/pub/cd/winpac/napdos/wp-8x4x_ce50/sdk/winpacsdk/
Step 2: Copy the latest version of header files and libraries to Host PC
The header files are located at:
C:\Program Files\Windows CE Tools\wce500\PAC270\Icpdas\Include\ARMV4I\
The libraries are located at:
C:\Program Files\Windows CE Tools\wce500\PAC270\Icpdas\Lib\ARMV4I\
Step 3: Copy the latest version of DLL files to WinPAC
The DLL files are located at:
\System_Disk\ICPDAS\System
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8. WinPAC Download Center
This chapter introduces the WinPAC Download Center.
Visit the WinPAC Download Center:
http://www.icpdas.com/products/PAC/winpac/download/winpac_8000/download_os_ima
ges.htm
The following update categories are available from the WinPAC Download Center.
 OS images Includes updates and the latest version of WinPAC OS.
 WinPAC SDK Includes updates and the latest version of each WinPAC component
SDK, such as WinPAC SDK, NAPOPC_CE5 SDK, Modbus SDK, etc.
 Utility & Tools Includes updates and the latest version for WinPAC toolkits
 Demo Includes all related WinPAC demos.
 Documents Includes updates and the latest version for related WinPAC documents.
 System Disk Includes updates and the latest version for WinPAC toolkits
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Appendix A. Frame Ground
Electronic circuits are constantly vulnerable to Electro-Static Discharge (ESD), which
become worse in a continental climate area. Some I-7000 ,M-7000 and I-8000 series
modules feature a new design for the frame ground, which provides a path for bypassing
ESD, allowing enhanced static protection (ESD) capability and ensures that the module
is more reliable.
The following options will provide a better protection for the module:
The I-8000 controller has a metallic board attached to the back of the plastic basket as
shown in the Figure 2-1 below. When mounted to the DIN rail, connect the DIN rail to the
earth ground because the DIN rail is in contact with the upper frame ground as shown in
the Figure 2-2 below.
Frame Ground
Attach to DIN Rail
Connect to the
Earth Ground
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Appendix B. Redundant Power
The WinPAC provides two power inputs that can be connected simultaneously to live DC
power sources. If one of the power inputs fails, the other live source acts as a backup to
automatically support the WinPAC’s power needs.
The WinPAC provides relay contact outputs to warn technicians on the shop floor when
the power fails.
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Appendix C. How to change the
batteries
RTC and SRAM data is retained by two Li batteries, which can supply continuous power to
the 512 KB SRAM to ensure that the data is retained for 5 years. The dual-battery design
has the added function of preventing data from being lost while replacing the battery.
The following figures show the location of the tow batteries installed in the WinPAC.
Checking the current battery power:
1. Run the WinPAC utility and check the Battery1 and Battery2 fields that display the
current status of each battery. Refer to Section 3.5 WinPAC utility “System Settings Tab” for
more details. If the power level for either of the batteries is low, both should be replaced.
Note which battery has the lowest power level.
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2. When programming this, call the pac_GetBatteryLevel() API function in the
PACSDK.dll to check whether the battery power is low. When the power for either of the
batteries is low, it’s recommended that the battery is replaced immediately, otherwise the
data on the SRAM may be lost or RTC time will be reset.
Note:
1
The battery initial voltage should be around 2.8~3.0V, when below 2.1V, the
WinPAC/ViewPAC Utility will show the low power warning. When below 1.5V, the data
in the RTC (real time clock) and 512KB SDRAM will be lost.
Replacing the battery without losing data
1.1 Power off the WinPAC device.
1.2 Remove the cover of the module inserted into the slot.
1.3 First, remove the battery that is running low on power from the battery holder.
1.4 Insert a new battery.
1.5 Remove the other battery.
1.6 Insert a new battery.
Notes:
1. If the battery power for only one of the two batteries is low, you can use this
method to replace the battery so as to prevent data from being lost. (In the circuit
design for the WinPAC series, When the power for one of the batteries is low, it
will automatically switch to the other one to ensure continued battery power)
2. If both batteries have run out of power, the data will be lost, even if this method is
used to replace the batteries.
2
Replacing the battery – 2
Back up the SRAM data using a backup utility before replacing the battery. Refer to
Section 2.8 “Using the Backup Utility to back up the settings and files” to back up and
restore the SRAM data.
2.1 Run the backup utility to back up the SRAM data.
2.2 Power off the WinPAC device.
2.3 Remove the cover of the module inserted into the slot.
2.4 Remove both batteries from their respective holders.
2.5 Insert two new batteries.
2.6 Power on the WinPAC device.
2.7 Run the backup utility to restore the SRAM data.
2.8 Set the RTC time.
Ordering information
Battery type: BR1632 (Part number is 2LB010 for ICP DAS)
For more detailed information, contact your local sales office or distributor.
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Appendix D. I-8K and I-87K Modules
There are 1/4/8 slot options to expand local I/O. And the I/O modules can be parallel bus
type (high profile I-8K series) and serial bus type (high profile I-87K series).
The differences between I-8K and I-87K are listed below:
Item
I-8K Series
I-87K Series
Microprocessor
No
Yes (8051)
Communication interface
Parallel bus
Serial bus
Communication speed
Fast
Slow
DI latched function
No
Yes
Counter input (for digital input module)
No
Yes (100 Hz)
Power on value
No
Yes
Safe value
No
Yes
Programmable slew-rate for AO module No
Yes
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Appendix E. Application of RS-485 Network
The RS-485 length can be up to 4000 ft or 1.2 km over a single set of twisted–pair cables,
if the RS-485 network is over 4000 ft or 1.2Km, the RS-485 repeater must be added to
extend the RS-485 network.
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E.1. Basic RS-485 Network
The basic component of the RS-485 network consist of a Master Controller (or using a
PC as a host controller), and some RS-485 devices.
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E.2. Daisy Chain RS-485 Network
All RS-485 devices are wired directly to the main network, If the network is up to 1.2 km,
it will need a repeater (7510 series) to extend the network length.
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E.3. Star Type RS-485 Network
There are branches along the main network. In this case, it is better to have a repeater
to isolate or filter the noise that is made by devices.
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There is a better choice to use 7513 as a RS-485 hub on start type network.
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E.4. Random RS-485 Network
There are branches along the main wire. In this case, it is better to have a repeater to
isolate or filter the noise that is made by devices.
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E.5. Master/Slaves Settings
The RS-485 network based on master-slave architecture consists of a single master
device and one or more slave devices.
The WinPAC provides two RS-485 communication interfaces based on the
master-slave system architecture, all of which have a pull-high/pull-low resistor, user
can set it to master or slave for implementing an RS-485 multi-drop network.
One of the RS-485 communications, COM2, its pull-high/pull-low resistor located on
power board, the other, COM3, located on the right side and its pull-high/pull-low
resistor located on the bottom of the right side, as shown below.
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E.5.1. WinPAC as a Master (default):
When one of WinPAC is set to master, then all the other devices on the same
network must be slave mode. If the network is up to 1.2 KM, it will need a repeater
(7510 series) to extend the network length.
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When WinPAC as a master using COM2 communication interface, the
pull-high/pull-low resistor located on the power board must adjust to enable as
shown below.
When WinPAC as a master using COM3 communication interface, the
pull-high/pull-low resistor located on the power board must adjust to enable as
shown below.
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E.5.2. WinPAC as a Slave
For most of application, when using one 7520 series as RS-232/485 converter, its
pull-high/pull-low resistors are set to enabled. Then the WinPAC-8000 and all the
other devices on this network must be slave mode (the pull-high/pull-low resistors
must be disabled).
If there are repeaters on the RS-485 network, there will be pull-high/pull-low
resistors on both sides of the repeaters (I-7510)
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When WinPAC as a slave using COM2 communication interface, the
pull-high/pull-low resistor located on the power board must adjust to disabled as
shown below.
When WinPAC as a slave using COM3 communication interface, the pull-high
/pull-low resistor located on the power board must set to “Slave” as shown below.
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Appendix F. Tips – How to
This chapter provides tips and a guided tour on using and maintaining the WinPAC.
There are more FAQ documents on
http://ftp.icpdas.com.tw/pub/cd/winpac/napdos/wp-8x4x_ce50/document/faq/faq_in
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F.1. How to set up a telnet and FTP account to
login WinPAC
WinPAC Utility has an account management function that controls the user that has
access into the telnet and FTP server.
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F.1.1. Add a telnet and FTP account
To establish a new telnet and FTP account, please perform the following steps:
Step 1: Run the WinPAC Utility
located on desktop
Step 2: Select the Network Setting
tab, and then select the Users and
Password tab
Step 3: Fill a user account in the
User name and Password field, and
then press Add button, the user will
be added to the user account
list
The user will be
added to the user
account list
Step 4: Press Setting button
If the login succeeds, the dialog
will display when the user
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account has been created
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F.1.2. Remove a telnet and FTP account
To remove a telnet and FTP account, please perform the following steps:
Step 1: Run the WinPAC Utility
located on desktop
Step 2: Select the Network Setting
tab, and then select a user account
from the user account list. The user
account that you select will display
in the User name and Password field
Step 3: Press Delete button, the user
will be deleted from the user
account list
Select a user
account from the
user account list
the User name and
Password file will
display the selected
account
Step 4: Press Setting button
If the login succeeds, the dialog
will display when the user
account has been removed
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F.1.3. Use a Telnet to login WinPAC from PC
To use telnet to login WinPAC from PC, please perform the following steps:
Step 1: On the PC side, select Run from the start menu
Step 2: Type cmd, and then press OK button
2. Type “cmd”
1
Step 3: Type “telnet IP address” to connect to WinPAC
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Step 4: Type user name and password to login
Step 5: The connection has been established
Tips & Warnings
If you can’t login, please check that the FTP setting is enabled.
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F.2. How to online debug WinPAC
Debugging is a process that you use to find and resolve errors, or bugs, in a program.
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F.2.1. Debug WinPAC programs in EVC++
Step 1: On the “Tools” menu, click “Configure Platform Manager…”
command
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Step 2: On the “Windows CE Platform Manager Configuration” dialog, click
the “Properties…” button
Step 3: On the “Device Properties” dialog, click the “Configure…” button
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Step 4: On the “TCP/IP Transport Configuration” dialog, select the “Fixed
port” check box, and then click the “OK” button
Step 5: On the “Windows CE Platform Manager Configuration” dialog, click
the “Test” button
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Step 6: The “Manual Server - Action” dialog will appear displaying a
command line, before click the “OK” button to close dialog, turn to
the WinPAC controller side to do the next two-steps
Step 7: On the WinPAC, select the
the “Run…” command
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Step 8: On the “Run” dialog, type the command which displays in step 6 and
then click the “OK” button
Step 9: Return to the Host PC side, on the “Manual Server – Action” dialog,
click the “OK” button
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Step 10: On the “Testing Device Connection” dialog, click the “OK” button
Step 11: On the “Device Properties” dialog, click the “OK” button
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Step 12: On the “Windows CE platform or device to configure” dialog, click
the “OK” button
Step 13: On the “Build” menu, select the “Start Debug” command and then
click the “Go” command
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Step 14: The “Manual Server - Action” dialog will appear displaying a
command line, before click the “OK” button to close dialog, turn to
the WinPAC controller side to do the next two-steps
Step 15: On the WinPAC, select the “ Start” menu,
“Run…” command
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Step 16: On the “Run” dialog, type the command which displays in step 5
and then click the “OK” button
Step 17: Return to the Host PC side, on the “Manual Server – Action” dialog,
click the “OK” button
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Step 18: On the “Manual Server - Action” dialog, click the “OK” button
Step 19: Connection established. Then you can debug on line.
Tips & Warnings
If you want to quit the debugger and return to editing, you can click the
“Stop Debugging “button from “Debug” menu
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F.2.2. Debug WinPAC programs in Visual Studio 2005/2008
Debugging in Visual Studio 2005/2008 are provided by WinPAC OS image V
1.3.0.4 or later.
Step 1: Make sure the following file are listed with the matching version
numbers
Path
File
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft
Shared\CoreCon\1.0\Bin
1. ActiveSyncBootstrap.dll
2. ConMan2.dll
3. ConManPS.dll
4. DesktopDMA.dll
5. eDbgTL.dll
6. TcpConnectionC.dll
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft
Shared\CoreCon\1.0\Bin\1033
conmanui.dll
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft
Shared\CoreCon\1.0\Target\wce400\armv4i
1. DeviceDMA.dll
2. eDbgTL.dll
3. TcpConnectionA.dll
4. clientshutdown.exe
5. CMAccept.exe
6. ConmanClient2.exe
Step 2: If the version matches correctly and the entire file are there, copy the
following files to WinPAC:\ System_Disk\ICPDAS\System folder
 Clientshutdown.exe
 ConmanClient2.exe
 CMaccept.exe
 eDbgTL.dll
 TcpConnectionA.dll
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Step 3: On the “Project” menu, click “[Project Name] Properties…”
command
Step 4: On the “SystemInfo*” tab, unselect “Deploy the latest version of
the .NET compact Framework (including Service Packs)” check box
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Step 5: On the “Tools” menu, click “Options…” command
Step 6: On the “Options” dialog, select “PAC 270” from the “Show devices
platform” list, and then click the “Properties…” button
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Step 7: On the “PAC50- ARMV4:ARMV4I_Release Properties” dialog, click
the “Configure…” button
Step 8: On the “Configure TCP/IP Transport” dialog, select the “Use specific
IP address” option and type the IP address of WinPAC, and then
click the “OK” button
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Step 9: On the “PAC50- ARMV4:ARMV4I_Release Properties” dialog, click
the “OK” button
Step 10: On the “Options” dialog, click the “OK” button
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Step 11: On the WinPAC, run the “CommanClient2” and the “CMAccept.exe”
applications which is located at: \System_Disk\ICPDAS\System
Step 12: On the “Tools” menu, click “Connect to Device…” command
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Step 13: On the “Connect to Device” dialog, select “PAC 270” from
“Platform” list and then click the “Connect” button
Step 14: On the “Tools” menu, click “Connect to Device…” command
Step 15: Connection established. Then you can debug on line.
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FAQ:
If the connection fails shown as follow, return to step 11 to do the action
below
Open the command prompt, run the
“CommanClient2.exe/transport:tcpconnectiona.dll/property:port=5000/id:Con”
at: \System_Disk\ICPDAS\System, and then run the “CMAccept.exe”
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F.3. How to recompile WinCon programs
To recompile Wincon programs to run on WinPAC, certain components of the programs
require an adjustment that divides into two parts:
1. Compiler old programs which ran on Wincon 8x3x and 8x4x
2. Modify .vcp file to upgrade the old WinCon project
Tips & Warnings
In general, you only need to do part 1, after this, if the program still
can’t be compiled to an application, the part 2 just need to do.
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F.3.1. Compiler old programs which ran on Wincon 8x3x and 8x4x
Step 1: Open project which programmed in WinCon using eMbedded Visual
C++
Step 2: On the “Build” menu, click “Configurations” command
Step 3: Make sure the CPU type is “STANDARDSDK”
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Step 4: On the “Configurations” dialog, click the “Add…” button
Step 5: On the “Add Project Configuration” dialog, choose one of the CPU
type and then click the “OK” button.
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Step 6: On the “Project” menu, click “Settings…” command
Step 7: On the “Project Settings” dialog, select the “Link” tab and change
the value of the “Entry-point symbol” field, “WinMainCRTStarup” to
“wWinMainCRTStartup”,
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Step 8: After performing above-mentioned steps, build the project, your
project should build success. If not, it will show error message as
follow. Please continue with the following steps
Step 9: On the “Project” menu, click “Settings…” command
Step 10: On the “Project Settings” dialog, select the “Link” tab and change
the value of the “Project Options” field, “ARM” to “THUMB”, and
then built the project
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F.3.2. Modify .vcp file to upgrade the old WinCon project
Step 1: Open a text editor to modify the .vcp file
Step 2: In the .vcp file, replace “0xa301” with “0xa501”
Step 3: In the .vcp file, replace “ARMV4” with “ARMV4I”
Step 4: In the .vcp file, replace “MACHINE:ARM” with “MACHINE:THUMB”
Step 5: Save the .vcp file just edited
Step 6: Open the old WinCon project and recompile it
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F.4. How to use the printer
WinPAC have ability to access the printer, you can connect to the printer via Ethernet
network or USB.
Tips & Warnings
WinPAC only supports HP Laser Jet Printers which support PCL6
driver. The following printer support is released by HP

HP LaserJet 4000 series/HP LaserJet 4100 series

HP LaserJet 2100 series/HP LaserJet 2200 series

HP LaserJet 1200

HP LaserJet 3200/HP LaserJet 3300

HP LaserJet 4200 series/HP LaserJet 4300 series

HP LaserJet 5000 series/HP LaserJet 5100 series

HP LaserJet 8000 series

HP LaserJet 9000 series printers
If you need the latest support of HP PCL6 printer, you can refer to
following link
http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.js
p?objectID=bpl04568
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F.4.1. How to use network printer
To use a shared network printer, please perform the following steps:
Step 1: On the Host PC, check the name of the Host PC and the shared printer
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Step 2: On the WinPAC, open a WordPad format file
Step 3: Set up the printer
1. Printer: PCL Laser
2. Port: Network
3. Net Path: \\ServerName\PrinterName
The “ServerName” is your PC’s name or
IP.
The “PrinterName” is your printer’s
shared name of your PC
4. Paper Size: Select the paper size
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F.4.2. How to use printer via USB
To use a shared network printer via USB, please perform the following steps:
Step 1: On the WinPAC, open a WordPad format file
Step 2: Set up the printer
1. Printer: Hewlett-Packard LaserJet
2. Port: LPT1
3. Paper Size: Select the paper size
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F.5. How to use services tool
The services tool can help you turn on, turn off and monitor the WinCE services.
Step 1: Open a MS-DOS command prompt
Type “cmd”
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Step 2: List all services
[Syntax] services list
Step 3: Type the commands to configure service
[Syntax] services stop <services name>
For example, turn on the “FTP” service:
services stop FTP0:
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Tips & Warnings
For more information about using services tool, you just type “services
help”
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Appendix G. Revision History
Revision
Date
Description
1.0
1.1
July 2008
August 2008
1.2
August 2008
1.3
August 2008
1.4
September 2008
1.5
1.6.0
September 2008
July 2009
1.7.0
September 2009
1.8.0
October 2009
Initial issue
Added more information about WinPAC Utility
functions in section 3.5.
1. Added additional information on how to establish a
new telnet and FTP in Appendix E.
2. Added additional information on how to use
services tool in Appendix E.
1. Added additional information on how to use
network printer in Appendix E.
2. Added additional information on how to use printer
via USB in Appendix E.
1. Added additional information on how to
automatically update the WinPAC-8000 SDK in
Appendix E.
2. Added additional information on how to manually
update the WinPAC-8000 SDK in Appendix E.
3. Added additional information on how to update the
WinPAC-8000 OS image from file
Deleted WP-8041 information
1. Changed the name of the version of this manual.
2. Moved the OS and SDK updates from the
Appendix E to the Chapter 6.
3. Added information about the multilingual interface
changes in section 2.6.
4. Added information about installing the touch panel
driver in section 2.7.
5. Added information about the Multi-serial port
wizard function of the WinPAC Utility in section 3.5
6. Added additional information about the revision
history in Appendix F.
1. Added a section about the module selection in 1.2.
2. Added information about the support of the printer
driver in Appendix E.4
1. Modified the specification of the flash disk in
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1.9.0
October 2009
2.0.0
2.0.1
November 2009
December 2009
2.0.2
April 2010
2.0.3.
July 2010
2.0.4.
November 2010
2.0.5.
February 2011
2.0.6.
February 2011
2.0.7.
October 2012
section 1.1 and 1.2.
2. Deleted auto mdi/mdi-x or auto mdix to Ethernet
port specification
3. Added additional information about the support of
the Micro SD socket in section 1.2.
4. Modified the printer configuration in Appendix E.4
1. Added information about two new OS mode
(DCON_CE and VCEP mode) in section 2.3.
2. Replaced Quicker with NAPOPC_CE5
Added information about WP-8x3x series modules
1. Modified the WinPAC installation in section 2.1.
2. Added information about the requirements of the
WinPAC SDK in section 4.3.
1. Modified the specification of Dual Battery Backup
SRAM feature in section 1.1.
2. Added information about I/O Expansion Slots in
section 1.2.
3. Modified information about Operating Environment
in section 1.2.
1. Modified information about the companion CD in
section 1.5.
2. Modified information about using Backup_Utility to
back up the settings and files in section 2.8.
3. Added information about WinPAC tools in chapter
3.
1. Added information about a caution about using
System_Disk in section 2.9.
2. Added information about the FTP setting function of
the WinPAC Utility in section 3.5.2 and E.1.
1. Modified information about the WinPAC overview in
section 1.4.
2. Added information about the specification of COM
ports in section 1.4.
1. Added information about COM1, COM2 in section
1.4.
2. Added information about how to use the printer in
appendix E.4.
Modified information about the WinPAC Platform
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SDKs in chapter 4.
2.0.8.
2.0.9
July 2013
January 2014
1. Removed I/O Module Hot Swap Ability in section
1.1.
2. Update WinPAC utility information in section 3.5.
3. Added limitations for using Visual Studio in section
4.1.
4. Added demo programs and SDK library selection
in section 5.
1. Added information about battery.
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