PCI-COMM Series User Manual
PCI-COMM Series
Industrial Serial Communication
Cards
PCI-1601A
PCI-1601AU
PCI-1601B
PCI-1601BU
PCI-1602A
PCI-1602AU
PCI-1602B
PCI-1602BU
PCI-1602UP
PCI-1603
PCI-1604UP
PCI-1610A
PCI-1610B
PCI-1610CU
PCI-1610AUP
PCI-1610UP
PCI-1611U
PCI-1612A
PCI-1612B
PCI-1612U
PCI-1612CU
PCI-1620A
PCI-1620B
PCI-1620U
PCI-1622CU
User Manual
Copyright
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described in this manual at any time without notice. No part of this manual may be reproduced, copied, translated or transmitted in any form or
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from its use.
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5th Edition
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Product Warranty (2 years)
Advantech warrants to you, the original purchaser, that each of its products will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for two years
from the date of purchase.
This warranty does not apply to any products which have been repaired or
altered by persons other than repair personnel authorized by Advantech,
or which have been subject to misuse, abuse, accident or improper installation. Advantech assumes no liability under the terms of this warranty as
a consequence of such events.
Because of Advantech’s high quality-control standards and rigorous testing, most of our customers never need to use our repair service. If an
Advantech product is defective, it will be repaired or replaced at no
charge during the warranty period. For out-of-warranty repairs, you will
be billed according to the cost of replacement materials, service time and
freight. Please consult your dealer for more details.
If you think you have a defective product, follow these steps:
1.
Collect all the information about the problem encountered. (For
example, CPU speed, Advantech products used, other hardware
and software used, etc.) Note anything abnormal and list any
onscreen messages you get when the problem occurs.
2.
Call your dealer and describe the problem. Please have your manual, product, and any helpful information readily available.
3.
If your product is diagnosed as defective, obtain an RMA (return
merchandize authorization) number from your dealer. This allows
us to process your return more quickly.
4.
Carefully pack the defective product, a fully-completed Repair and
Replacement Order Card and a photocopy proof of purchase date
(such as your sales receipt) in a shippable container. A product
returned without proof of the purchase date is not eligible for warranty service.
Write the RMA number visibly on the outside of the package and ship it
prepaid to your dealer.
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CE
This product has passed the CE test for environmental specifications
when shielded cables are used for external wiring. We recommend the
use of shielded cables. This kind of cable is available from Advantech.
Please contact your local supplier for ordering information.
FCC Class A
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in
which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
Safety Precaution - Static Electricity
Follow these simple precautions to protect yourself from harm and the
products from damage.
1.
To avoid electrical shock, always disconnect the power from your
PC chassis before you work on it. Don't touch any components on
the CPU card or other cards while the PC is on.
2.
Disconnect power before making any configuration changes. The
sudden rush of power as you connect a jumper or install a card may
damage sensitive electronic components.
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Technical Support and Assistance
Step 1. Visit the Advantech web site at www.advantech.com/support
where you can find the latest information about the product.
Step 2. Contact your distributor, sales representative, or Advantech's
customer service center for technical support if you need additional assistance. Please have the following information ready
before you call:
- Product name and serial number
- Description of your peripheral attachments
- Description of your software (operating system, version, application software, etc.)
- A complete description of the problem
- The exact wording of any error messages
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Contents
Chapter
1 Introduction ..................................................... 2
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
Chapter
Description ........................................................................ 2
Features ............................................................................. 3
Specifications .................................................................... 3
Ordering Information ........................................................ 5
Table 1.1:PCI Communication Cards Selection Guide . 7
2 Hardware Configuration .............................. 10
2.1
2.2
2.3
Initial Inspection.............................................................. 10
Jumper and Switch Locations ......................................... 11
Figure 2.1: PCI-1601A/B Silk Screen ......................... 11
Figure 2.2:PCI-1601AU/BU Silk Screen ..................... 12
Figure 2.3:PCI-1602A/B Silk Screen .......................... 13
Figure 2.4:PCI-1602AU/BU Silk Screen ..................... 14
Figure 2.5:PCI-1602UP Silk Screen ............................ 15
Figure 2.6:PCI-1603 Silk Screen ................................. 16
Figure 2.7:PCI-1604UP Silk Screen ............................ 17
Figure 2.8:PCI-1610A/B Silk Screen .......................... 18
Figure 2.9:PCI-1610CU Silk Screen ........................... 19
Figure 2.10:PCI-1610AUP/UP Silk Screen ................. 20
Figure 2.11:PCI-1611U Silk Screen ............................ 21
Figure 2.12:PCI-1612A/B Silk Screen ........................ 22
Figure 2.13:PCI-1612AU/U Silk Screen ..................... 23
Figure 2.14:PCI-1612CU Silk Screen ......................... 24
Figure 2.15:PCI-1620A/B Silk Screen ........................ 25
Figure 2.16:PCI-1620AU/U Silk Screen ..................... 26
Figure 2.17:PCI-1622CU Silk Screen ......................... 27
Jumper Settings ............................................................. 28
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.3.3
2.4
Chapter
How to Set Jumpers ..................................................... 28
Figure 2.18:How to Set Jumpers .................................. 28
Default Settings ............................................................ 29
Table 2.1:PCI-1601/1602/1611/1612/1622 Def. Set. .. 29
Figure 2.19:PCI-1603 Default Setting ......................... 29
Mode Selection by Jumper/DIP Settings ..................... 30
Figure 2.20:RS-422/485 Selection by Jumper Setting . 30
Figure 2.21:PCI-1603 RS-232 Mode Jumper Setting .. 30
Figure 2.22:PCI-1603 Current-loop Mode Jmp. Set. ... 30
Figure 2.23:Active Mode Jumper Setting .................... 31
Figure 2.24:Passive Mode Jumper Setting .................. 31
Figure 2.25:Resistor Selection .................................... 32
Card Installation ............................................................. 33
3 Driver Setup & Installation.......................... 36
3.1
Introduction ..................................................................... 36
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3.2
Chapter
Driver Setup .................................................................... 36
3.2.1
Reboot System after Win98/2000/XP Driver Setup ....... 42
3.4
3.5
Verify your Win98/2000/XP Driver Setup ..................... 45
Configuring Serial Devices for Win 98/2000/XP ........... 48
3.6
3.7
Remove PCI ICOM Series Device.................................. 52
Driver Uninstall............................................................... 55
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.5.1
3.5.2
3.5.3
PCI UARTs Device Driver Installation ....................... 42
PCI Bridge Device Driver Installation ......................... 44
Configuring a PCI UARTs Device .............................. 50
Configuring a PCI Bridge Device ................................ 51
Configuring Ports ......................................................... 51
4 ICOM Tools ................................................... 58
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
Introduction .................................................................... 58
Installation....................................................................... 58
User Interface of ICOM Tools ........................................ 59
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.3.5
4.3.6
4.3.7
4.3.8
4.4.3
4.4.4
4.5
Menu Bar ..................................................................... 59
Tool Bar ....................................................................... 60
Com Port Tab ............................................................... 61
Port Status .................................................................... 62
Message Logo .............................................................. 62
Tx Slide Bar ................................................................. 63
Performance Listing Area ............................................ 63
Status Bar ..................................................................... 63
Using the ICOM Tools Utility ........................................ 64
4.4.1
4.4.2
Chapter
Steps for Windows 98/2000/XP Driver Setup ............. 36
3.3
Port Selection ............................................................... 64
Figure 4.1:ICOM Tools program window ................... 64
Figure 4.2:Select Port dialog box ................................ 65
Figure 4.3:Ports You Select Will Appear in the Selected
Port Checkbox Group ...................................... 65
Figure 4.4:ICOM Tools User Interface ........................ 66
Configuring a Port ....................................................... 66
Figure 4.5:Test Info. on the Performance Listing Area 67
Close Port ..................................................................... 68
Exit the ICOM Tools utility ......................................... 68
Messages on Status Bar and Message Logo Area........... 69
4.5.1
4.5.2
Status Bar Messages .................................................... 69
Message Logo Messages ............................................. 70
5 Pin Assignments and Wiring........................ 72
5.1
Pin Assignments.............................................................. 72
5.1.1
5.1.2
PCI-1601A/AU/B/BU, PCI-1602A/AU/B/BU ............ 72
Table 5.1:PCI-1601/1602 Pin Desc. (DB-9 male) ....... 72
Figure 5.1:PCI-1601/1602 Pin Assignments ............... 72
PCI-1603 RS-232/Current-loop Pin Assignments ....... 73
Figure 5.2:PCI-1603 RS-232/Current-loop Pin Assig. and
Desc. ................................................................ 73
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5.1.3
5.1.4
5.1.5
5.1.6
5.1.7
5.2
PCI-1602UP ................................................................. 73
Figure 5.3:PCI-1602UP RS-422 Mode DB25/DB9 Pin
Assignment and Description ............................ 73
Table 5.2:PCI-1602UP RS-422 Mode DB25/DB9 Pin
Description ....................................................... 74
Figure 5.4:PCI-1602UP RS-485 Mode DB25/DB9 Pin
Assignment and Description ............................ 75
PCI-1604UP ................................................................. 76
Figure 5.5:PCI-1604UP DB25/DB9 Pin Assignment and
Description ....................................................... 76
PCI-1610A/B/CU/AUP/UP, PCI-1611U, PCI-1612A/B/
AU/U/CU ........................................................................ 78
Figure 5.6:PCI-1610/1612 RS-232 Mode DB37/DB25
Pin Assignment & Description ........................ 78
Figure 5.7:PCI-1611U/1612 RS-422/485 Mode DB37/
DB25 Pin Assignment ..................................... 79
Figure 5.8:PCI-1610/1612 RS-232 Mode DB37/DB9 Pin
Assignment ..................................................... 80
Figure 5.9:PCI-1611/1612 RS-422/485 Mode DB37/DB9
Pin Assignment and Description ..................... 81
Figure 5.10:PCI-1610AUP/UP RS-232 Mode DB44 Pin
Assignment and Description. ........................... 82
PCI-1620A/B/AU/U .................................................... 84
Figure 5.11:PCI-1620 RS-232 Mode DB62 Pin Assignment and Description ....................................... 84
PCI-1622CU ................................................................ 86
Figure 5.12:PCI-1622CU RS-422/485 Mode DB78 Pin
Assignment and Description ............................ 86
Wiring.............................................................................. 87
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
RS-232 Signal Wiring .................................................. 87
Table 5.3:Terminal or PC (DTE) Connections ............ 87
Table 5.4:Modem Connections .................................... 88
Table 5.5:Terminal without Handshake ....................... 88
RS-422 Signal Wiring .................................................. 89
Table 5.6:RS-422 DB9 Pin Assignment ...................... 89
RS-485 signal wiring ................................................... 90
Figure 5.13:RS-485 Wiring Topology ......................... 90
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CHAPTER
1
2
Introduction
This chapter provides detailed specifications for the PCI COMMUNICATION cards.
Sections include:
• Description
• Features
• Specifications
• Ordering Information
• Selection Guide
Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 Description
The PCI Local Bus is a high-performance bus that provides a processorindependent data path between the CPU and high-speed peripherals. PCI
is a robust inter-connect mechanism designed specifically to accommodate multiple high performance peripherals for series communication,
SCSI, LAN, etc.
Advantech serial communication card leverages the " Plug and Play "
capability defined in the PCI 2.1/2.2 bus specification. The board requires
only one PCI slot within the personal computer and provides independent
serial channels. All channels are addressed in a continuous 32 byte I/O
block for simplified software access. And, all channels may also share
one PCI interrupt. An interrupt status register is available for determining
the interrupt source.
The Advantech PCI communication card comes standard with 16PCI952/
954 UARTs containing 128 byte FIFOs which are available as an option.
These upgraded FIFOs greatly reduce CPU overhead and are an ideal
choice for heavy multitasking environments.
16PCI952/954
The 16PCI952/954 is a high performance Twin/Quad UART with an onchip PCI interface. Targeted at PCI-based serial and parallel expansion
cards, PCI-architecture computer systems and embedded applications, the
16PCI952/954 integrates a PCI bus interface together with two/four of
16C950 high performance UARTs, a bi-directional parallel port and a
local bus bridge function. This single-chip solution replaces five or more
integrated circuits used in today products, giving performance, cost and
size advantages for new designs.
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1.2 Features
• PCI Specification 2.1/2.2 compliant
• Speeds up to 921.6 kbps
• 16PCI952/954 , 16C954 UARTs with 128-byte FIFOs standard
• I/O address automatically assigned by PCI plug-and play
• OS supported: Windows 98/2000/XP, Linux
• Optional surge protection
• Optional isolation protection for RS-232/422/485
• Interrupt status register for increased performance
• Space reserved for termination resistors
• Automatic RS-485 data flow control
• Utility-ICOM Tools
1.3 Specifications
• Bus Interface:
PCI bus specification 2.1 compliant for: PCI-1601A/AU/B/BU, PCI1602A/AU/B/BU, PCI-1610A/B, PCI-1612A/B, and PCI-1620A/B.
PCI bus specification 2.2 compliant for: PCI-1601AU/BU,PCI1602AU/BU, PCI-1602UP, PCI-1603, PCI-1604UP, PCI-1610CU/
AUP/UP, PCI-1611U, PCI-1612AU/U/CU, PCI-1620AU/U and PCI1622CU
• IRQ: all ports use the same IRQ assigned by PCI Plug-and-Play
• Data bits: 5, 6, 7, 8
• Stop bits: 1, 1.5, 2
• Parity: none, even, odd
• Communication Controller:
16PCI954 + 16C954 for PCI-1620A/B/AU/Uand PCI-1622CU
16PCI954 for PCI-1610A/B/CU/AUP/UP, PCI-1611U and PCI1612A/B/AU/U/CU
16PCI952 for PCI-1601A/AU/B/BU, PCI-1602A/AU/B/BU/UP,
PCI-1603 and PCI-1604UP
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• Speed (bps) :
PCI-1603: RS-232: 50~203.4k
Current Loop: 50~57.6k
Others: 50 ~ 921.6 k
• Data Signals:
TxD, RxD, RTS, CTS, DTR, DSR, DCD, GND (for RS-232)
RI (for PCI-1603, PCI-1604UP, PCI-1610A/B/CU/AUP/UP)
TxD, RxD, RTS, CTS (for RS-422/485)
Tx+, Tx-, Rx+, Rx- (for PCI-1603 Current loop)
Data+, Data-, GND (for PCI-1602UP RS-485)
TxD, RxD, Rx+, Rx-, RTS+, RTS-, CTS+, CTS-, GND (for PCI1602UP RS-422)
• Dimensions:
185 x 100 mm (for PCI-1610CU, PCI-1611U, PCI-1612A/B/AU/U/
CU, PCI-1620A/B/AU/U, PCI-1622CU)
123 x 92 mm (for PCI-1601A/AU/B/BU, PCI-1602A/AU/B/BU, PCI1603, and
PCI-1610A/B)
119.91x 64.41mm (Low Profile PCI MD1 for PCI-1602UP,
PCI-1604UP and PCI-1610AUP/UP)
• Power Consumption
Typical
Max
PCI-1601A/AU/B/BU
220 mA (+5V)
270 mA (+5V)
PCI-1602A/AU/B/BU
250 mA (+5V)
300 mA (+5V)
PCI-1602UP
-
300 mA (+5V)
PCI-1603
250 mA (+5V)
300 mA (+5V)
PCI-1604UP
-
300 mA (+5V)
PCI-1610A/B
60 mA (+12 V)
80 mA (+12 V)
150 mA (+5 V)
180 mA (+5 V)
PCI-1610CU
-
750mA(+5V)
PCI-1610AUP/UP
-
400 mA (+5V)
PCI-1611U
-
600mA(+5V)
PCI-1612A/B/AU/U
270 mA (+5 V)
338 mA (+5 V)
PCI-1612CU
758 mA (+5V)
803 mA (+5V)
PCI-1620A/B/AU/U
120 mA (+12 V)
150 mA (+12 V)
180 mA (+5 V)
220 mA (+5 V)
-
600mA(+5V)
PCI-1622CU
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• Operating Temperature: 0~ 65° C (See IEC 68-2-1, 2), (32~149° F)
• Operating Humidity: 5 ~ 95% Relative Humidity, non-condensing
(See IEC 68-2-3)
• Storage Temperature: -25 ~ 85° C (-13~185° F)
• Current-loop Interface
Signal Driver/receive: 6N136
Signals:
TxD+, TxD-, RxD+, RxD• Current Value: 20mA (Standard)
• Mode: Asynchronous, full duplex
• Baud-rate: 50 ~ 57600 bps
• Transmission Distance: 1000 m
1.4 Ordering Information
PCI-1601A: 2-port RS-422/485 PCI Comm. Card
PCI-1601AU: 2-port RS-422/485 Universal PCI Comm. Card
PCI-1601B: 2-port RS-422/485 PCI Comm. Card, w/surge protection
PCI-1601BU: 2-port RS-422/485 Universal PCI Comm. Card w/surge
protection
PCI-1602A: 2-port RS-422/485 PCI Comm. Card. w/ isolation protection
PCI-1602AU: 2-port RS-422/485 Universal PCI Comm. Card w/ isolation
PCI-1602B: 2-port RS-422/485 PCI Comm. Card, w/isolation and surge
protection
PCI-1602BU: 2-port RS-422/485 Universal PCI Comm. Card w/ isolation and surge protection
PCI-1602UP: 2-port RS-422/485 Low-Profile Universal PCI Comm.
Card, w/isolation and surge protection
PCI-1603: 2-port Isolated RS-232/current-loop PCI Comm. Card
PCI-1604UP: 2-port RS-232 Low-Profile Universal PCI Comm. Card, w/
surge protection
PCI-1610A: 4-port RS-232 PCI Comm. Card
PCI-1610AUP: 4-port RS-232 Low-Profile Universal PCI Comm. Card
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PCI-1610B: 4-port RS-232 PCI Comm. Card, w/surge protection
PCI-1610CU: 4-port RS-232 Universal PCI Comm. Card, w/isolation and
surge protection
PCI-1610UP: 4-port RS-232 Low-Profile Universal PCI Comm. Card, w/
surge protection
PCI-1611U: 4-port RS-422/485 Universal PCI Comm. Card, w/isolation
and surge protection
PCI-1612A: 4-port RS-232/422/485 PCI Comm. Card
PCI-1612AU: 4-port RS-232/422/485 Universal PCI Comm. Card
PCI-1612B: 4-port RS-232/422/485 PCI Comm. Card, w/surge protection
PCI-1612CU: 4-port RS-232/422/485 Universal PCI Comm. Card, w/isolation and surge protection
PCI-1612U: 4-port RS-232/422/485 Universal PCI Comm. Card, w/
surge protection
PCI-1620A: 8-port RS-232 PCI Comm. Card
PCI-1620AU: 8-port RS-232 Universal PCI Comm. Card
PCI-1620B: 8-port RS-232 PCI Comm. Card, w/surge protection
PCI-1620U: 8-port RS-232 Universal PCI Comm. Card, w/surge protection
PCI-1622CU: 8-port RS-422/485 Universal PCI Comm. Card, w/isolation and surge protection
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Table 1.1: PCI Communication Cards Selection Guide
Model Name
PCI-1601
PCI-1602
Ports Comm.
Interface
Support
PCI-1620
Isolation
AU
BU
Universal
Universal
A
-
-
3000VDC
B
-
2500VDC
3000VDC
AU
Universal
-
3000VDC
BU
Universal
2500VDC
3000VDC
UP
Low-Profile/
Universal
Universal
2500VDC
2500VDC
RS-232/Cur- rent loop
RS-232
2500VDC
3000VDC
RS-232
3000VDC
-
2500VDC
2500VDC
-
-
2500VDC
-
A
B
Low-Profile/
Universal
-
CU
Universal
RS-422/485 2500VDC
2500VDC
4
AUP Low-Profile/
Universal
UP Low-Profile/
Universal
PCI-1611U
Universal
PCI-1612
Surge
-
PCI-1604UP
2
Protection
A
B
PCI-1603
PCI-1610
Form Factor
-
-
RS-422/485 2500VDC
2000VDC
RS-232/422/ 485
2500VDC
-
Universal
Universal
2500VDC
-
CU
Universal
2500VDC
2500VDC
A
B
-
3000VDC
-
AU
U
Universal
Universal
2500VDC
-
Universal
RS-422/485 2500VDC
A
B
-
AU
U
PCI-1622CU
8
RS-232
7
2500VDC
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CHAPTER
2
2
Hardware
Configuration
This chapter provides information on
the hardware configuration of PCI
COMMUNICATION cards.
Sections include:
• Initial Inspection
• Jumper and Switch Locations
• Jumper Settings
• Card Installation
Chapter 2 Hardware Configuration
2.1 Initial Inspection
You should find the following items inside the shipping package:
PCI communication interface card
Industrial Communication Driver, Utility and PCI communication card
user manual in ICOM CD-ROM
We carefully inspected the PCI communication card series mechanically
and electrically before we shipped it. It should be free of marks and
scratches and in perfect working order on receipt.
As you unpack the PCI communication card series, check it for signs of
shipping damage (damaged box, scratches, dents, etc.). If it is damaged or
it fails to meet specifications, notify our service department or your local
sales representative immediately. Also notify the carrier. Retain the shipping carton and packing material for inspection by the carrier. After
inspection we will make arrangements to repair or replace the unit.
When you handle the PCI communication card series, remove it from its
protective packaging by grasping the rear metal panel. Keep the antivibration packing. Whenever you remove the card from the PC, store it in
this package for protection.
Discharge your body’s static electric charge by
touching the back of the grounded chassis of the
system unit (metal) before handling the board. You
should avoid contact with materials that hold a static
charge such as plastic, vinyl and styrofoam. Handle
the board only by its edges to avoid static damage to
its integrated circuits. Avoid touching the exposed
circuit connectors. We also recommend that you use
a grounded wrist strap and place the card on a static
dissipative mat whenever you work with it.
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2.2 Jumper and Switch Locations
Figure 2.1: PCI-1601A/B Silk Screen
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Figure 2.2: PCI-1601AU/BU Silk Screen
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Figure 2.3: PCI-1602A/B Silk Screen
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Figure 2.4: PCI-1602AU/BU Silk Screen
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Figure 2.5: PCI-1602UP Silk Screen
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Figure 2.6: PCI-1603 Silk Screen
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Figure 2.7: PCI-1604UP Silk Screen
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Figure 2.8: PCI-1610A/B Silk Screen
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Figure 2.9: PCI-1610CU Silk Screen
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Figure 2.10: PCI-1610AUP/UP Silk Screen
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Figure 2.11: PCI-1611U Silk Screen
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Figure 2.12: PCI-1612A/B Silk Screen
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Figure 2.13: PCI-1612AU/U Silk Screen
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Figure 2.14: PCI-1612CU Silk Screen
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Figure 2.15: PCI-1620A/B Silk Screen
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Figure 2.16: PCI-1620AU/U Silk Screen
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Figure 2.17: PCI-1622CU Silk Screen
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Chapter 2
2.3 Jumper Settings
This section tells how to set the jumpers to configure your card. It gives
the card default configuration and your options for each jumper.
2.3.1 How to Set Jumpers
You configure your card to match the needs of your application by setting
jumpers. A jumper is the simplest kind of electric switch. It consists of
two metal pins and a small metal clip (often protected by a plastic cover)
that slides over the pins to connect them. To “close” a jumper you connect
the pins with the clip. To “open” a jumper you remove the clip.
Sometimes a jumper will have three pins, labeled 1, 2 and 3. In this case
you would connect either pins 1 and 2 or 2 and 3.
You may find a pair of needle-nose pliers useful for setting the jumpers.
If you have any doubts about the best hardware configuration for your
application, contact your local distributor or sales representative before
you make any changes.
Figure 2.18: How to Set Jumpers
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2.3.2 Default Settings
The board is shipped with default settings. If you need to change these
settings, however, see the following sections. Otherwise, you can simply
install the card.
PCI-1601/1602/1611/1612/1622.
Table 2.1: PCI-1601/1602/1611/1612/1622 Default Setting
RS-422/485 Mode
RS-422
Auto
Enable Mode
PCI-1603
The board will be shipped in the RS-232 mode, passive Rx and active Tx.
On the 10*2 pin jumper groups (JP2 & JP4)— A, B, C, D and E are set to
RS-232 transmission mode. On the 6*2 pin jumper groups (JP3 & JP5)—
C, D and E are set to passive Rx and active Tx. They are the card default
settings.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
B
C
D
E
F
I
J
JP2 & JP4
A
JP3 & JP5
Figure 2.19: PCI-1603 Default Setting
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2.3.3 Mode Selection by Jumper/DIP Settings
RS-422/485 Selection (for PCI-1601/1602/1611/1612/1622)
You can set each port individually for either RS-422 (the default) or RS485 operation. The figure 2.11 shows the jumper setting. See section 2.2
"Jumper and Switch Locations" from figure 2.1 to figure 2.8 for help to
locate the jumpers.
Figure 2.20: RS-422/485 Selection by Jumper Setting
PCI-1603 RS-232/Current-loop Mode Selection
For RS-232 mode operations, the jumpers will be set as the default mode.
The jumpers on the 10*2 pin jumper must be set to A, B, C, D and E.
Figure 2.21: PCI-1603 RS-232 Mode Jumper Setting
To enable the channel to operate in the current-loop mode, you should set
F, G, H, I and J on the 10*2 pin jumpers.
Figure 2.22: PCI-1603 Current-loop Mode Jumper Setting
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Then decide which mode the Tx and Rx will operate in. The options are
active or passive. In the active mode, the Tx or Rx will generate the current requirement for data transfer over the link. In the passive mode, the
current is generated by the card at the other end of the link.
A and B are set to be active Rx, and E is set to be active Tx.
Figure 2.23: Active Mode Jumper Setting
C and D are set to be passive Rx, and F is set to be passive Tx.
Figure 2.24: Passive Mode Jumper Setting
You may configure both Tx and Rx on one port to operate in the same
mode, or you can configure each Tx and Rx on one port to operate in different modes.
If you set PCI-1603 to the current-loop mode, plug the card to your
device and turn on the device, both LEDs Rx1 and Rx2 on top corner of
PCI-1603 board are lighten, indicating that current-loop mode is enabled!
Note:
When either channel is configured in the RS-232
mode, the two associated Tx/Rx active/passive jumpers will be inoperable.
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Enable mode selection
You set the Enable mode using two- or four- position DIP switches, one
for each port. If the switches are set to "AUTO", the driver automatically
senses the direction of the data flow and switches the direction of transmission. No handshaking is necessary.
If DIP switches are set to "On," the driver is always enabled, and always
in high or low status. The user must select a mode before beginning RS422 applications.
Terminator resistor setup (for PCI-1601/1602/1611/1612/1622)
You can install terminator resistors if necessary to match impedance.
Each signal line (Tx, Rx) has a separate resistor.
Figure 2.25: Resistor Selection
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2.4 Card Installation
Note:
Turn off your PC’s power supply whenever you
install or remove the PCI communication card or its
cables. Static electricity can easily damage computer equipment. Ground yourself by touching the
chassis of the computer (metal) before you touch
any boards. See the static warning on Ch.2
1.
Turn off the computer.
2.
Turn the power off to any peripheral devices (such as printers and
monitors).
3.
Disconnect the power cord and any other cables from the back of
the computer.
4.
Turn the PC if necessary to gain access to the cables.
5.
Remove the PC’s cover (refer to your user’s guide if necessary).
6.
Locate the expansion slots or passive back-plane (at the rear of the
PC) and choose any unused slot.
7.
Remove the screw that secures the expansion slot cover to the PC
(save the screw to secure the interface card retaining bracket).
8.
Remove the anti-vibration card clamp if supplied.
9.
Carefully grasp the upper edge of the PCI communication card.
10.
Align the hole in the retaining bracket with the hole on top of the
expansion slot.
11.
Align the gold striped edge connector with the expansion slot
socket.
12.
Press the board firmly into the socket.
13.
Replace the screw in the expansion slot’s retaining bracket.
14.
Replace anti-vibration cardholder.
15.
Replace the PC’s cover. Connect the cables you removed in step 3.
16.
Turn the computer power on.
17.
The board is now installed in the computer. See Chapter 5 for information on cabling.
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CHAPTER
3
2
Driver Setup and
Installation
This chapter describes the driver installation, configuration and removal procedures for the Windows operating
system, including Windows 98/2000/
XP.
Sections include:
• Introduction
• Driver Setup
Chapter 3 Driver Setup & Installation
3.1 Introduction
This chapter describes the driver installation, configuration and removal
procedures for the Windows operating system, including Windows 95/
98/NT/2000/XP. We strongly recommend that you install the software
driver before you install the hardware into your system, since this will
guarantee a smooth and trouble-free installation process.
3.2 Driver Setup
Windows 98/2000/XP supports COM1 to COM256, meaning up to 256
serial ports. In order to fully utilize the advanced features of Windows 98/
2000/XP, such as multi-process and multithread, pure 32-bit Windows
98/2000/XP device drivers are provided for the PCI communication
cards. All these drivers conform to the Win32 COMM API standard.
3.2.1 Steps for Windows 98/2000/XP Driver Setup
Before you install the card into your system, we recommend you install
the driver first. Please follow the steps below for the PCI communication
card’s Windows 98/2000/XP driver installation.
1.
Insert your companion CD-ROM disc into your CD-ROM drive.
2.
The driver setup program will be launched automatically. If the
auto-play function is not enabled on your system, use Windows
Explorer or the Windows Run command to execute autorun.exe on
the companion CD-ROM.
3.
After the setup program is launched, you’ll see the following
Screen.
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4.
Click the Continue button and the catalogue select page appears.
Then click the Installation button for installation
5.
Choose the driver you want to install, then click the hyperlink.
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6.
Click Next to continue installation.
7.
Type user name and company name, then click Next.
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8.
Just click Next to accept the default installation folder, or you can
specify a folder by clicking the Browse button.
9.
Select a program folder or type a new folder name.
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10.
Click Back to review or change your setting, or click Next to begin
copying files.
11.
Perfom the requested operations and select Finish.
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3.3 Reboot System after Win98/2000/XP Driver Setup
3.3.1 PCI UARTs Device Driver Installation
1.
When you reboot your system, Windows 98/2000/XP will recognize your card devices and will automatically search for the device
driver for PCI UARTs as shown in the following dialog box.
2.
Choose “Search for the best driver for your device” radio button,
and click Next.
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3.
You don’t have to choose the location of the device driver program,
since it is already installed on your system. Just click Next to proceed.
4.
Windows 98/2000/XP has found the driver location and is ready to
install the driver. Click Next.
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5.
The driver installation is complete. Click Finish.
3.3.2 PCI Bridge Device Driver Installation
After the PCI UARTs device driver has been installed, Windows 98/
2000/XP will recognize the PCI Bridge device and automatically install
the device driver for PCI Bridge.
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3.4 Verify your Win98/2000/XP Driver Setup
After you have installed your card, go to Control Panel/System/Device
Manager to look for the Device Name that will appear after you have
installed the driver.
Note:
If your device has not been properly installed, there will
be an exclamation mark (!) on the device name to indicate a conflicting device. If this is the case, just remove
that device and start the driver installation process all
over again.
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You can also check the COM Port properties by double-clicking the specific com port device configuration you want to see. On the Properties
sheet, select the specific tabs to see relevant information.
On the General tab, you can see whether the device is working properly.
If your device functions normally, you can see a message under the
Device status box, stating “This device is working properly”.
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On the Settings tab, you can view relevant information about that specific
port, as you can see on the figures below.
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If you want to configure FIFO Properties, select the FIFOs tab. On the
tab, you can see the relevant FIFO configurations. We recommend you
use the default settings. However, you can set the configurations manually according to your preferences. If you want to restore the default settings, just click the Restore Default button.
3.5 Configuring Serial Devices for Win 98/2000/XP
After your serial devices have been properly installed in your system, you
can now proceed to configure your serial devices according to the following steps:
1.
Access Control Panel/System
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2.
Select Device Manager tab on the System Properties sheet.
3.
Click the plus sign (+) on the right of the ADSPCIUART device
category to expand it. As shown on the figure below, you can see
Advantech PCI UARTs and Advantech PCI Bridge device names
listed under the device category.
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3.5.1 Configuring a PCI UARTs Device
1.
Double-click the Advantech PCI UARTs device to evoke its Properties page, and then select the Resource tab on the Properties page
to look up or configure the current settings of the PCI UARTs
device.
2.
After you have made the necessary changes or if you are just satisfied with the default settings, click OK to accept. If you want to
cancel the configuration, click Cancel.
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3.5.2 Configuring a PCI Bridge Device
Double-click the Advantech PCI Bridge device to evoke its Properties
page, and then select the Resources tab on the Properties page to look up
or configure the current configuration of the PCI Bridge device to make
sure there are no conflicting devices. Click other tabs to look up or configure the device.
Note:
The Input/Output Range information is helpful to recognize the communication port attached to the device.
After you have made necessary changes or if you are satisfied with the
default settings, click OK to accept. If you want to cancel the configuration, just click Cancel.
3.5.3 Configuring Ports
The ports will be configured automatically, so you don’t need to do anything.
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3.6 Remove PCI ICOM Series Device
1.
Access Control Panel/System to bring up the System Properties
window.
2.
Select the Device Manager tab.
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3.
Click the plus sign (+) on the left of the Ports (COM & LPT)
device category to expand it. Select the specific “Advantech PCI
communication port” you want to remove, and click the Remove
button to remove the device you had selected.
4.
The following dialog box will appear to prompt you again to make
sure you really want to remove the device from your system.
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5.
Note:
Click the plus sign (+) on the left of the ADSPCIUART device category to expand it, and select the Advantech PCI UARTs or
Advantech PCI Bridge you want to remove.
You must remove all used ports settings and
device settings before you remove the device, or
there may be a mistake in the port setting when you
install another card.
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6.
Note:
Click the Remove button and the following dialog boxes appear to
prompt you whether you really want to remove the device.
We recommend you to remove the original device
before installing another model of Advantech PCI ICOM
series device in the same PCI slot.
3.7 Driver Uninstall
1.
Insert the ICOM CD and click the driver you want to uninstall.
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2.
Choose “Modify” radio button if you want to save another driver.
Or choose “Remove” radio button to remove all installed components.
3.
Click “Finish“ button to complete the uninstall.
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CHAPTER
4
2
ICOM Tools
This chapter provides information on
installation and usage of ICOM Tools.
Sections include:
• Introduction
• Installation
• User Interface of ICOM Tools
Chapter 4 ICOM Tools
4.1 Introduction
Advantech ICOM Tools is a convenient utility that has been designed to
help you test the performance of ICOM cards through analyzing the port
status. It features an easy to use graphical user interface that will soon
make you familiar with testing via menu commands and toolbar buttons.
Advantech ICOM Tools is applicable to all series of Advantech ICOM
cards, and can even be used with other third-party ICOM cards. It is
included for free on the diskette or on the companion CD-ROM with all
Advantech Industrial Communication cards.
4.2 Installation
To begin installation, double-click the ICOM_Tools.exe program icon in
the Tools folder or click the Advantech ICOM Utility hyperlink in the
installation window to launch the ICOM Tools setup program. The setup
program will copy the program files to the destination folder you choose
or to the default installation path (i.e. C:\Program Files\Advantech\ICOM
Tools). A program folder will be created in your Start/Programs menu.
(Later you can just access the program through Start/Program/Advantech PCI Comm Tools/COM Examine Tool)
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4.3 User Interface of ICOM Tools
4.3.1 Menu Bar
On the Menu Bar you can select various menu commands to perform
port-testing functions. You can also use the short-cut keys.
Port Submenu
Select: Select the ports you want to configure
Setup: Setup the configuration of a specific port
Close: Close a specific port
Run: Run the test on a specific port
Stop: Stop the test on a specific port
All Ports Submenu
Setup: Setup the configurations of all ports
Run: Run the test on all ports
Stop: Stop the test on all ports
Help Submenu Access Online help
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4.3.2 Tool Bar
Using the Tool Bar buttons is a more intuitive way to implement the
functions of ICOM Tools.
Port Select: Selects the port(s) you want to perform testing on
Port Setup: Sets up configuration of the port you have
selected
Port Close: Closes the port you have selected
Port Run: Runs the port test on the port you have selected
Port Stop: Stops the port test on the port you have
selected
All Ports Setup: Sets up the configuration of all ports not
running test
All Ports Run: Runs test on all ports
All Ports Stop: Stops test on all ports
Clear Message: Clears messages on Message Logo area
and the Rx length information on the Performance Listing
area
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4.3.3 Com Port Tab
Each Com Port tab represents a specific port you have selected for test
and configuration. On the tab, you can see the Transfer Mode, Port Status, and Message Logo area.
Transfer Modes
You can specify the transfer mode to be Normal, loopback (active) or
loopback (passive).
Normal—allows data to be transmitted and received simultaneously. The
data reception rate is helpful in identifying the performance of a communication card installed on your system.
Loopback- In loopback mode a series of special data will be transmitted,
which are expected to appear on the receiving end. Using the loopback
mode, you can check the integrity of received data and find whether any
error occurred on the transmission line. The active loopback and passive
loopback must work in pair to enable the loopback mode. When a port
operates as active loopback mode, it will send data first and receive data
later. Another port, which operates as passive loopback, will retransmit
any received data on the Rx line and then send these data onto the Tx line.
These two modes will form a logical loop and help to verify the integrity
of data transmitted over the communication link.
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4.3.4 Port Status
DTR (data-terminal-ready)
DSR (data-set-ready)
RTS (request-to-send)
CTS (clear-to-send)
CD (carrier-detect)
For RS-232 specifications, DTR and RTS are for output signals and can
be toggled on and off by double-clicking the labels (such as DTR, DSR,
RTS, CTS, CD) under the red/green marks. However, if you are using
RTS/CTS for flow control to run the test, you will see the RTS mark
appear in black. This indicates that the RTS can no longer be toggled on/
off since it is controlled by driver itself.
A black mark represents that the function is controlled by the driver itself and therefore not controllable by software.
4.3.5 Message Logo
On the Message Logo area, you can see the relevant messages about the
port(s) you have selected.
For information about specific messages in this area, please refer to Section 4.5, Messages on the Status Bar and Message Logo area.
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4.3.6 Tx Slide Bar
The Tx Slide Bar allows you to control the overall system loading. You
can adjust the transmission rate of your port(s) from 0% to 100%. Just
drag the slide button along the track to adjust the transmission rate.
4.3.7 Performance Listing Area
On the performance listing area, you can see the relevant information,
such as Rx Length (received packet byte length), Bytes/Sec (transmission
rate) and Last Abnormal Status of each port running a test.
4.3.8 Status Bar
The Status Bar is where you can glimpse the current information of the
port you have selected. The Status Bar indicates whether the port is
READY, RUNNING, BUSY or STOPPED, N/A PORT and the configuration information such as baud rate, data bit, stop bit, parity bit and flow
control (represented as 1200 N 8 1 None) settings. Also we can see the
duration of the test in hh:mm:ss format on the right.
For information about specific messages on this area, please refer to Section 4.5, Messages on the Status Bar and Message Logo area.
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4.4 Using the ICOM Tools Utility
To launch the ICOM Tools testing utility, access Start/Programs/Advantech PCI Comm Tools/COM Examine Tools to start the port testing utility.
4.4.1 Port Selection
Please follow the steps below to make your port selection:
1.
Launch ICOM Tools. You will first see the Program Window such
as Figure 4.1. Since you haven’t selected any port for testing yet,
all you can see now is a blank window area.
Figure 4.1: ICOM Tools program window
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2.
Select the port(s) you want to test by the Port/Select menu command or by clicking the Port Select button on the Toolbar, and a
dialog box such as Fig. 2 will appear.
Figure 4.2: Select Port dialog box
Select the port(s) you want to perform test on from the checkboxes next
to each COM port. You can either click the checkbox or double-click the
name(s) of the port(s) to select/deselect port(s) to perform the test on. The
port(s) you selected will immediately appear in the Selected Port field.
Figure 4.3: Ports You Select Will Appear in the Selected Port Checkbox
Group
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Click OK to bring up the ICOM Tools User Interface such as below:
Figure 4.4: ICOM Tools User Interface
4.4.2 Configuring a Port
You can choose to configure a specific port (or to configure all ports)
before running your test. Just click a Com Port Tab to select the port you
want to configure, and then click the Port Setup
button or use the
Port/Setup menu command (or if you want to configure all ports at once,
just click the All Ports Setup
button or access the All Ports/Setup
menu command) to bring up the Configure Port dialog box such as
below.
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In the Configure Port dialog box, you can configure the Baud Rate, Data
bits, Parity, Stop Bits and the flow control mode for that specific port (or
for all ports). After you have configured all the settings you want to
change, click OKto make this configuration active.
NOTE:
When using All Ports Setup button or All Ports/
Setup
menu command to configure settings
for all ports, you must take care to stop any ports
that are running test in order to configure them. If
you do not stop the test running on a specific
port, it won’t be configured at all. That is, you get
to configure only the ports that have been
stopped.
Run the Test
After you have completed the configuration of the port(s), you can now
start the test on the port you have selected by clicking the Run
button
or accessing the Port/Run menu command (or you want to run all ports at
once, just click the All Ports Run
menu command).
button or access All Ports/Run
Once the test is started, you can see relevant test information of port performance on the performance listing area.
Figure 4.5: Test Information on the Performance Listing Area
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The Performance Listing Area
Port
The com port number
Rx length
Received packet length in bytes
Bytes/Sec
Transmission rate in Bytes/Sec
Last Abnormal Status
Last abnormal status
Stop the Test
If you want to stop the test on a specific port, just click Port Stop
button or access Port/Stop menu command (or if you want to stop test on all
ports, just click All Ports Stop
command).
button or access All Ports/Stop menu
You can restart the test by clicking the Run
button or accessing the
Port/Run menu command (or if you want to run all ports at once, just
click the All Ports Run
mand).
button or access All Ports/Run menu com-
4.4.3 Close Port
If you want to close a port, just select the Com Port tab and click Port
Close button or access Port/Close menu command to close the port.
4.4.4 Exit the ICOM Tools utility
To exit the ICOM Tools utility, simply access Port/Exit menu command
or click the Close button on the upper right corner of the program window.
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4.5 Messages on Status Bar and Message Logo Area
Messages appearing on the Status Bar and Message Logo area are helpful
in understanding specific information of your system settings and performance.
4.5.1 Status Bar Messages
BUSY: the port is currently used by another application.
FAIL: the configuration parameters are not accepted by the port
N/A PORT: the port is not available in the system
READY: the port is ready to run or to be configured.
RUNNING: the test is running on the port
STOPPED: the test running on the port has been stopped by the user
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4.5.2 Message Logo Messages
Port Opened: The user has opened the port
Port Setup Fail: The user has set up the port configuration with parameters that are either incorrect or unsupported.
Port Running: The port is running a test
Port Stopped: The test is stopped on the port
Tx Starting/Tx Stopped: transmitting starting/transmitting stop
Rx Starting/Rx Stopped : receiving starting/receiving stop
Break Error: a break event has been detected on the port
Framing Error: A timing error (i.e. from start bit to stop bit) has been
detected on the port
Port I/O Error: An incorrect I/O event has been detected on the port
Rx Overrun: Received data has been overwritten before being processed
Rx Buffer Full Error: The buffer on the receiving end is saturated so
that newly arrived data are ignored
Tx Buffer Full Error: The buffer on the transmitting end is saturated so
that the data transmitted by applications are ignored.
LB Error - %d: data error is detected in loop back
LB Rx Pending: Loop back mode is waiting for incoming data
Data Setup Error: parameter error in port configuration
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CHAPTER
5
2
Pin Assignments and
Wiring
This chapter provides information on
the pin assignments and wiring.
Sections include:
• Pin Assignments
• Wiring
Chapter 5 Pin Assignments and Wiring
5.1 Pin Assignments
5.1.1 PCI-1601A/AU/B/BU, PCI-1602A/AU/B/BU
The following figures show the pin assignments for the card's DB-9 connectors in RS-422 and RS-485 modes.
Table 5.1: PCI-1601/1602 Pin Descriptions (DB-9 male)
1
TX-(DATA-) or send data - (DTE)
2
TX+(DATA+) or send data + (DTE)
3
RX+ or receive data + (DTE)
4
RX - or receive data - (DTE)
5
GROUND
6
RTS - or ready to send -
7
RTS+ or ready to send +
8
CTS+ or clear to send +
9
CTS- or clear to send -
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Figure 5.1: PCI-1601/1602 Pin Assignments
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5.1.2 PCI-1603 RS-232/Current-loop Pin Assignments
The two diagrams below show the pin assignments for the DB-9 connectors in both RS-232 and current-loop modes:
Figure 5.2: PCI-1603 RS-232/Current-loop Pin Assig. and Desc.
5.1.3 PCI-1602UP
The following figures show the pin assignments for the PCI-1602UP
card's DB-25 and DB-9 connectors on the bracket.
Figure 5.3: PCI-1602UP RS-422 Mode DB25/DB9 Pin Assignment and
Description
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RS-422 Mode
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
9
1_TX-
1
2_TX-
10
1_TX+
2
2_TX+
11
1_RX+
3
2_RX+
12
1_RX-
4
2_RX-
25
1_CTS-
17
2_CTS-
24
1_CTS+
16
2_CTS+
23
1_RTS+
15
2_RTS+
22
1_RTS-
14
2_RTS-
13
1_GND
5
2_GND
Table 5.2: PCI-1602UP RS-422 Mode DB25/DB9 Pin Description
Signal
Name
Pin#
Mode
GND
Ground
5
TX-
Transmit Data-
1
Output
TX+
Transmit Data+
2
Output
RTS-
Request To Send-
6
Output
RTS+
Request To Send+
7
Output
RX-
Receive Data-
4
Input
RX+
Receive Data+
3
Input
CTS-
Clear To Send-
9
Input
CTS+
Clear To Send+
8
Input
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RS485 Mode
Figure 5.4: PCI-1602UP RS-485 Mode DB25/DB9 Pin Assignment and
Description
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
9
1_DATA-
1
2_DATA-
10
1_DATA+
2
2_DATA+
13
1_GND
5
2_GND
Signal
Name
Pin#
GND
Ground
5
DATA-
Data-
1
DATA+
Data+
2
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5.1.4 PCI-1604UP
The following figures show the pin assignments for the PCI-1604UP
card's DB-25 and DB-9 connectors on the bracket.
Figure 5.5: PCI-1604UP DB25/DB9 Pin Assignment and Description
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
11
1_TX
3
2_TX
10
1_RX
2
2_RX
24
1_CTS
16
2_CTS
22
1_DSR
14
2_DSR
23
1_RTS
15
2_RTS
12
1_DTR
4
2_DTR
9
1_DCD
1
2_DCD
25
1_RI
17
2_RI
13
GND
5
GND
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Signal
Name
Pin#
GND
Ground
5
TxD
Transmit Data
3
RTS
Request To Send
7
Output
DTR
Data Terminal Ready
4
Output
RxD
Receive Data
2
Input
CTS
Clear To Send
8
Input
DSR
Data Set Ready
6
Input
DCD
Data Carrier Detect
1
Input
RI
Ring Indicator
9
Input
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5.1.5 PCI-1610A/B/CU/AUP/UP, PCI-1611U, PCI-1612A/B/
AU/U/CU
The following diagrams show the pin assignments for the PCI-1610/1612
card's DB-37 and DB-25 connectors for RS-232.
Figure 5.6: PCI-1610/1612 RS-232 Mode DB37/DB25 Pin Assignment &
Description
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The following diagrams show the pin assignments for the PCI-1611U/
PCI-1612 card's DB-37 and DB-25 connectors for RS-422/485.
Figure 5.7: PCI-1611U/1612 RS-422/485 Mode DB37/DB25 Pin Assignment
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The following diagrams show the pin assignments for the PCI-1610/1612
card's DB-37 and DB-9 connectors for RS-232.
Figure 5.8: PCI-1610/1612 RS-232 Mode DB37/DB9 Pin Assignment
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The following diagrams show the pin assignments for the PCI-1611/1612
card's DB-37 and DB-9 connectors for RS-422/485.
Figure 5.9: PCI-1611/1612 RS-422/485 Mode DB37/DB9 Pin Assignment
and Description
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The following figures show the pin assignments for the PCI-1610AUP/
UP card's DB-44 connectors for RS-232.
Figure 5.10: PCI-1610AUP/UP RS-232 Mode DB44 Pin Assignment and
Description.
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Pin No.
Signal
Pin No.
Signal
Pin No.
Signal
1
TX0
17
DTR0
3
RTS0
2
RX0
18
DSR0
16
CTS0
31
DCD0
32
RI0
33
GND
5
TX1
21
DTR1
7
RTS1
6
RX1
22
DSR1
20
CTS1
35
DCD1
36
RI1
37
GND
9
TX2
25
DTR2
11
RTS2
10
RX2
26
DSR2
24
CTS2
39
DCD2
40
RI2
41
GND
13
TX3
29
DTR3
15
RTS3
14
RX3
30
DSR3
28
CTS3
42
DCD3
43
RI3
44
GND
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5.1.6 PCI-1620A/B/AU/U
The following diagram shows the pin assignments for the PCI-1620
card's DB-62 connectors for RS-232.
Figure 5.11: PCI-1620 RS-232 Mode DB62 Pin Assignment and Description
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Pin no. Signal
Pin no. Signal
Pin no.
Signal
1
2
TxD1
DTR1
22
23
24
RxD1
DSR1
DCD1
43
44
45
CTS1
RTS1
GND
3
4
5
RxD2
DSR2
DCD2
25
26
TxD2
DTR2
46
47
CTS2
RTS2
6
7
TxD3
DTR3
27
28
29
RxD3
DSR3
DCD3
48
49
50
CTS3
RTS3
GND
8
9
10
RxD4
DSR4
DCD4
30
31
32
TxD4
DTR4
GND
51
52
CTS4
RTS4
11
12
13
RxD5
DSR5
DCD5
33
34
55
TxD5
DTR5
GND
53
54
CTS5
RTS5
14
15
TxD6
DTR6
35
36
37
RxD6
DSR6
DCD6
56
57
58
CTS6
RTS6
GND
16
17
18
RxD7
DSR7
DCD7
38
39
40
TxD7
DTR7
GND
59
60
CTS7
RTS7
19
20
21
RxD8
DSR8
DCD8
41
42
TxD8
DTR8
61
62
CTS8
RTS8
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5.1.7 PCI-1622CU
The following diagram shows the pin assignment for the PCI-1622CU
card's DB-78 connectors for RS-422/485.
Figure 5.12: PCI-1622CU RS-422/485 Mode DB78 Pin Assignment and
Description
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5.2 Wiring
5.2.1 RS-232 Signal Wiring
Since the RS-232 interface is not strictly defined, many devices have their
own connection methods which may ignore some signal lines or define
reserved lines for other functions. It is best to refer to the user’s manual
for your device for installation instructions. You may find the following
helpful.
In general, DTE (Data Terminal Equipment) refers to the device that is
leading the communication. Examples include PC’s, terminals and some
printers. DCE refers to the device being communicated with or controlled. Examples include modems, DSU’s (digital service units), printers
and lab/factory equipment.
In some situations you may be able to get by with just three lines: data on
TXD, a signal ground and a handshaking line. Examples are printer or
plotter connections, troubleshooting and situations where you require
only one-wire communication.
Table 5.3: Terminal or PC (DTE) Connections
DB-25 Male
DB-25 Male or Female: Terminal
Pin
Signal
Pin
2
TxD
3
RxD
3
RxD
2
TxD
4
RTS
5
CTS
5
CTS
4
RTS
6
DSR
20
DTR
7
GND
7
GND
20
DTR
6
DSR
8
DCD
8
DCD
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Table 5.4: Modem Connections
DB-25 Male
Modem (DCE)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
2
TxD
2
RxD
3
RxD
3
TxD
4
RTS
4
CTS
5
CTS
5
RTS
6
DSR
6
DTR
7
GND
7
GND
20
DTR
20
DSR
8
DCD
8
DCD
For DTE to DCE connections, use a straight through cable (i.e., you don't
have to reverse lines 2 and 3, lines 4 and 5, and lines 6 and 20 since, in
general, the DCE RS-232 interfaces are reversed themselves).
Table 5.5: Terminal without Handshake
DB-25 Male
Terminal, PC (DTE)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
2
TxD
3
RxD
3
RxD
2
TxD
4
5
RTS —
CTS —
7
GND
7
GND
6
20
8
DSR —
DTR —
DCD —
Therefore, if you are not using CTS, RTS, DSR ,DTR and DCD signals,
please short pins 4 and 5 together, and please short pins 6, 8,and 20
together.
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5.2.2 RS-422 Signal Wiring
The RS-422 interface wiring is based on one-to-one principles. The transmit lines on one side connect to the receive lines on the other side, and
vice versa. With RS-422, you can transmit and receive data simultaneously (full duplex). The connections are as follows:
Table 5.6: RS-422 DB9 Pin Assignment
DTE(Male DB-9)
Terminal DTE
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
TxD-
1
RxD-
2
TxD+
2
RxD+
3
RxD+
3
TxD+
4
RxD-
4
TxD-
5
GND
5
GND
6
RTS-
6
CTS-
7
RTS+
7
CTS+
8
CTS+
8
RTS+
9
CTS-
9
RTS-
Terminator Resistors Setup
The signals DSR, DTR and DCD are shorted internally on the PCI-1601/
1602/1612 cards when operating in RS-422 mode.
A user can solder in termination resistors if necessary for impedance
matching. The card has two mounting spaces for termination resistors,
but no resistors are installed at the factory. Each pair of signal lines has a
separate resistor (RxD+/-, TxD+/-).
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5.2.3 RS-485 signal wiring
The RS-485 standard supports half-duplex communication. This means
that just two wires are needed to both transmit and receive data. Handshaking signals (such as RTS, Request To Send) are normally used to
control the direction of the data flow and to switch the transmission
accordingly. In RS-485 mode, the PCI-1601/1602/1612 automatically
senses the direction of the data flow and switches the transmission direction — no handshaking is necessary. This means a user can build an RS485 network with just two wires. This RS-485 control is completely
transparent to the user. The Software written for half duplex RS-232
works without the need for any modification.
Figure 5.13: RS-485 Wiring Topology
Termination Resistor Setup
You can install termination resistors if necessary for impedance matching. The card has mounting spaces for termination resistors, but no resistors are installed at the factory. Depending on your application you may
need to solder in a single resistor to handle the DATA+/DATA- pair (and
a corresponding resistor on the other end of the connection). The value of
the resistor should equal the characteristic impedance of the signal wires
(approximately 120 Ohms or 300 Ohms).
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