ioLogik E2212 Series User`s Manual

ioLogik E2212 Series User`s Manual
ioLogik E2212 User’s Manual
First Edition, June 2007
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ioLogik E2212 User’s Manual
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1.
Introduction ...............................................................................................1-1
Overview .............................................................................................................................. 1-2
Traditional Remote I/O................................................................................................. 1-2
Active Ethernet I/O....................................................................................................... 1-2
Click&Go ..................................................................................................................... 1-2
Optional Liquid Crystal Display Module (LCM) ......................................................... 1-3
Product Features ................................................................................................................... 1-3
Package Checklist................................................................................................................. 1-5
Product Overview................................................................................................................. 1-5
Pin Assignments ................................................................................................................... 1-6
System Bus ................................................................................................................... 1-6
Ethernet Port................................................................................................................. 1-6
TB1 (Power Input & RS-485 Connector) ..................................................................... 1-6
TB2 (Digital Input and Output Terminal)..................................................................... 1-6
LED Indicators ..................................................................................................................... 1-7
Physical Dimensions ............................................................................................................ 1-8
Without LCM ............................................................................................................... 1-8
With LCM .................................................................................................................... 1-8
Product Specifications .......................................................................................................... 1-9
LAN.............................................................................................................................. 1-9
Serial............................................................................................................................. 1-9
Serial Communication Parameters................................................................................ 1-9
Digital Input.................................................................................................................. 1-9
Digital Output ............................................................................................................... 1-9
Configurable DI/DO Channels ..................................................................................... 1-9
System Power Input.................................................................................................... 1-10
Environmental ............................................................................................................ 1-10
Wiring......................................................................................................................... 1-10
Certifications .............................................................................................................. 1-10
Accessories ................................................................................................................. 1-10
Chapter 2.
Initial Setup ................................................................................................2-1
Hardware Installation ........................................................................................................... 2-2
Connecting the Power................................................................................................... 2-2
Grounding the Unit....................................................................................................... 2-2
Connecting to the Network........................................................................................... 2-2
Connecting Multiple ioLogik E2000 Units................................................................... 2-2
Adding More I/O Channels .......................................................................................... 2-3
Setting the RS-485 Baudrate ........................................................................................ 2-3
Connecting the I/O Device ........................................................................................... 2-3
Software Installation............................................................................................................. 2-5
Chapter 3.
Using ioAdmin ...........................................................................................3-1
Introduction to ioAdmin ....................................................................................................... 3-2
Features of ioAdmin ............................................................................................................. 3-2
Remote Management .................................................................................................... 3-2
On-line Wiring Guide ................................................................................................... 3-2
Configuration File......................................................................................................... 3-3
ioAdmin Main Screen........................................................................................................... 3-3
Main Screen Overview ................................................................................................. 3-3
Wiring Guide ................................................................................................................ 3-4
I/O Configuration Tab (General) .................................................................................. 3-5
Server Info Tab............................................................................................................. 3-5
Server Settings Tab (General) ...................................................................................... 3-6
Message Monitor Tab ................................................................................................... 3-6
ioAdmin Administrator Functions ........................................................................................ 3-7
I/O Configuration Tab (Administrator) ........................................................................ 3-7
Server Settings Tab (Administrator)........................................................................... 3-11
Network Tab ............................................................................................................... 3-11
Firmware Update Tab ................................................................................................. 3-12
Watchdog Tab............................................................................................................. 3-13
Click&Go Logic Tab .................................................................................................. 3-14
Server Context Menu.......................................................................................................... 3-15
Using TFTP to Import/Export Configuration ..................................................................... 3-17
Chapter 4.
Web Console Configuration .....................................................................4-1
Introduction to the Web Console .......................................................................................... 4-2
Basic Settings ....................................................................................................................... 4-3
Network Settings .................................................................................................................. 4-3
General Settings............................................................................................................ 4-3
Ethernet Configurations................................................................................................ 4-4
RS-485 Settings ............................................................................................................ 4-4
I/O Settings........................................................................................................................... 4-5
DI Channels .................................................................................................................. 4-5
DO Channels ................................................................................................................ 4-6
System Management ............................................................................................................ 4-8
Accessible IP Settings................................................................................................... 4-8
SNMP Agent ................................................................................................................ 4-9
Network Connection..................................................................................................... 4-9
LCM ................................................................................................................................... 4-10
Change Password................................................................................................................ 4-10
Load Factory Default...........................................................................................................4-11
Save/Restart.........................................................................................................................4-11
Chapter 5.
Click&Go Logic..........................................................................................5-1
Overview .............................................................................................................................. 5-2
Features ................................................................................................................................ 5-2
Click&Go Logic Basics........................................................................................................ 5-3
Working with Rules...................................................................................................... 5-3
Defining Logic Rules ........................................................................................................... 5-5
IF Conditions ................................................................................................................ 5-5
More Info on Repeat Interval vs. Edge Detection ........................................................ 5-5
THEN Actions .............................................................................................................. 5-8
Defining Peer-to-Peer I/O Rules..........................................................................................5-11
Configuring Input Module.......................................................................................... 5-12
Configuring Output Module ....................................................................................... 5-13
Working with Click&Go Rulesets ...................................................................................... 5-14
Activating the Ruleset................................................................................................. 5-14
Ruleset Management Bar............................................................................................ 5-14
Ruleset Import/Export ................................................................................................ 5-14
Application Examples ........................................................................................................ 5-14
Local I/O Control........................................................................................................ 5-14
Active I/O Messages................................................................................................... 5-15
Peer-to-Peer I/O.......................................................................................................... 5-16
Appendix A.
Liquid Crystal Display Module (LCM) ..................................................... A-2
LCM Controls...................................................................................................................... A-2
LCM Options....................................................................................................................... A-2
Appendix B.
Modbus/TCP Address Mappings ............................................................ B-2
E2212 Modbus Mapping ......................................................................................................B-2
0xxxx Read/Write Coils (Functions 1, 5, 15) ...............................................................B-2
1xxxx Read Only Coils (Function 2)............................................................................B-9
3xxxx Read Only Registers (Function 4)......................................................................B-9
4xxxx Read/Write Registers (Functions 3, 6, 16).......................................................B-10
Function 8...................................................................................................................B-13
Appendix C.
Used Network Port Numbers................................................................... C-2
E2212 Network Port Usage ..................................................................................................C-2
Appendix D.
SNMP Agents with MIB II, RS-232-like Groups ...................................... D-2
RFC1213 MIB II Supported SNMP Variables..................................................................... D-2
System MIB................................................................................................................. D-2
Interfaces MIB............................................................................................................. D-2
IP MIB ......................................................................................................................... D-2
ICMP MIB................................................................................................................... D-2
UDP MIB..................................................................................................................... D-2
Address Translation MIB ............................................................................................ D-2
TCP MIB ..................................................................................................................... D-2
SNMP MIB.................................................................................................................. D-2
Moxa IO MIB .............................................................................................................. D-2
Appendix E.
Factory Default Settings .......................................................................... E-2
Appendix F.
Cable Wiring ..............................................................................................F-1
Device Wiring Diagrams ...................................................................................................... F-1
Digital Input Dry Contact ............................................................................................. F-1
Digital Input Wet Contact............................................................................................. F-1
Digital Output Sink Mode ............................................................................................ F-2
Circuit Diagrams .................................................................................................................. F-3
Digital Input Channel ................................................................................................... F-3
Digital Output Channel................................................................................................. F-5
Configurable DIO Channel........................................................................................... F-5
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Chapter 1.
Introduction
The ioLogik E2212 is a stand-alone Active Ethernet I/O server that can connect sensors and on/off
switches for automation applications over Ethernet and IP-based networks.
The following topics are covered in this chapter:
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Overview
¾ Traditional Remote I/O
¾ Active Ethernet I/O
¾ Click&Go
¾ Optional Liquid Crystal Display Module (LCM)
Product Features
Package Checklist
Product Overview
Pin Assignments
¾ System Bus
¾ Ethernet Port
¾ TB1 (Power Input & RS-485 Connector)
¾ TB2 (Digital Input and Output Terminal)
LED Indicators
Physical Dimensions
¾ Without LCM
¾ With LCM
Product Specifications
¾ LAN
¾ Serial
¾ Serial Communication Parameters
¾ Digital Input
¾ Digital Output
¾ Configurable DI/DO Channels
¾ System Power Input
¾ Environmental
¾ Wiring
¾ Certifications
¾ Accessories
ioLogik E2212 Series User’s Manual
Introduction
Overview
The ioLogik E2212 is a member of the E2000 line of ioLogik Active Ethernet I/O servers, which are
designed for intelligent, pro-active status reporting of attached sensors, transmitters, transducers,
and valves over a network. It includes 2 MB of Flash ROM, 8 MB of SDRAM, and supports an
optional hot-pluggable Liquid Crystal Display Module (LCM) to view and configure device
settings.
Traditional Remote I/O
Ethernet remote I/O solutions have been on the market for a long time. Traditional solutions are
“passive,” in the sense that I/O servers wait passively to be polled by a host computer. The response
time in this type of setup, however, tends to be on the order of seconds. The “passive” remote I/O
structure is simply inadequate for Data Acquisition and Control (DAC) systems that require an
efficient, real-time I/O solution with a response time on the order of hundredths of seconds.
Active Ethernet I/O
MOXA’s Active Ethernet I/O line was developed specifically to address the limitations of the
traditional passive approach. Rather than having the host computer poll the I/O device server over
the network for the status of each I/O device, the Active Ethernet I/O server intelligently sends the
host computer status information only under specified conditions. This is a report by exception
approach, which greatly reduces the load on CPU and network resources. Network packets are far
fewer in number and far smaller in size, since I/O information is only sent when necessary, and only
information from the specified I/O device is sent. Based on field tests of an ioLogik E2000 series
server used in an RFID system, 50 ms is the typical response time over a 100 Mbps Ethernet network.
MOXA’s active I/O messaging system uses TCP or UDP for I/O messaging and supports sending
messages to up to ten host computers simultaneously.
In addition to providing intelligent status reporting, Active Ethernet I/O servers are backwards
compatible, with all of the functions and capabilities of traditional passive remote I/O servers.
Click&Go
MOXA developed the Click&Go logic control interface for easy configuration and deployment of
Active Ethernet I/O. Click&Go’s intuitive, graphical interface lets administrators use simple
IF/THEN statements as rules to determine how the Active Ethernet I/O server responds to different
I/O conditions. For example, the Active Ethernet I/O server could be set to turn on an attached
switch as well as send an e-mail or SNMP trap when an attached event counter reaches a certain
value. Click&Go makes it easy to define a set of these rules, which will become the basis for your
Active Ethernet I/O system.
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Optional Liquid Crystal Display Module (LCM)
As a MOXA Easy View product, the ioLogik E2212 supports an optional hot-pluggable Liquid
Crystal Display Module (LCM) for field management and configuration. The LCM can display
network and I/O settings such as digital input mode and value. The ioLogik E2212’s IP address and
netmask may also be configured using the LCM, and one LCM can be used to maintain and
configure all your Easy View devices.
Product Features
Configurable I/O channels
The ioLogik E2212 provides the flexibility to handle almost any field installation, with 8 fixed input
channels, 8 fixed output channels, and 4 configurable input/output channels. This enables you to
define custom configurations such as 12 inputs and 8 outputs, 8 inputs and 12 outputs, or 10 inputs
and 10 outputs.
Accepts PNP or NPN sensors
Unlike traditional Ethernet I/O products, the ioLogik E2212 supports dry contact, PNP, and NPN
sensors. The sensor type is determined by your wiring approach. Sensors can be wired in two
different groups, so both PNP and NPN sensors can be connected to the unit at the same time.
Wet Contact with PNP sensor
Wet Contact with NPN sensor
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Patented Click&Go logic for easy local control without programming
On Active Ethernet I/O servers, MOXA’s Click&Go logic makes it easy to define a set of rules for
local control of attached output devices. For example, you can define a rule that activates an attached
switch and sends an e-mail when a sensor event occurs a certain number of times.
Instant event reporting by TCP, UDP, e-mail, or SNMP trap
Active Ethernet I/O servers can report I/O events automatically to any network host. Reports are
fully customizable and can be sent by TCP, UDP, e-mail, or SNMP trap.
Peer-to-peer I/O for transmission of sensor signals over Ethernet without
controller
The ioLogik E2212 supports Peer-to-Peer I/O operation, where sensor signals are transmitted over
Ethernet to another ioLogik E2212. For typical 100 Mbps LANs, latency is only 100 ms.
Power fail counter storage memory
The ioLogik E2212 stores event counter values so that they are not lost during a power failure or
disconnection.
RoHS compliance
As required by EU regulations, the ioLogik E2212 is fully RoHS-compliant.
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Package Checklist
The ioLogik E2212 is shipped with the following items:
Standard Accessories
z
z
ioLogik E2212 Active Ethernet I/O server
Documentation and Software CD
Optional Accessories
z
LDP1602 ioLogik LCM (Liquid Crystal Display Module)
NOTE: Notify your sales representative if any of the above items are missing or damaged.
Product Overview
NOTE: The reset button restarts the server and resets all settings to factory defaults. Use a pointed
object such as a straightened paper clip to hold the reset button down for 5 sec. The RDY LED will
turn red as you are holding the reset button down. The factory defaults will be loaded once the RDY
LED turns green again. You may then release the reset button.
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Pin Assignments
System Bus
Pin
Signal
1
V+
2
V-
3
V+
4
V-
5
NC
Pin
Signal
6
NC
7
Data+
8
SYNC
9
Data-
10
GND
Pin
Signal
1
TXD+
2
TXD-
3
RXD+
4
X
Pin
Signal
5
X
6
RXD-
7
X
8
X
2
V-
3
FG
4
D+
Ethernet Port
TB1 (Power Input & RS-485 Connector)
Pin
Signal
1
V+
5
D-
6
SG
(V+: 12 to 48V)
TB2 (Digital Input and Output Terminal)
Pin
1
Signal
DI
COM1
DI0
DI1
DI2
DI3
Pin
10
11
12
13
Signal
DI7
DIO8
DIO9
Pin
19
20
21
Signal
DO3
2
DO4
3
DO5
4
7
8
9
DI4
DI5
DI
COM2
DI6
14
15
16
17
18
DIO10
DIO11
GND
DO0
DO1
DO2
22
23
24
DO7
DO
PWR
DO6
1-6
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LED Indicators
Ethernet
Ethernet
Orange
Live 10Mbps Ethernet connection
Green
Live 100Mbps Ethernet connection
Flashing
System LEDs
PWR
Ready
Serial
I/O LEDs
DI × 8
DO × 8
DIO × 4
DO PWR
Transmitting or receiving data
Red
Red
Green (steady)
Green (flashing)
Green & red
(flashing)
(flashing)
Power is on
System error
ioLogik E2212 is functioning normally
Click&Go logic is active
Green
Off
Orange
Off
Green
Orange
Off
Red
Status is ON
Status is OFF
Status is ON
Status is OFF
Operating as DI channel, status is ON
Operating as DO channel, status is ON
Status is OFF
DO power in
ioLogik E2212 is in Safe Status
Serial port is receiving or transmitting data
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Physical Dimensions
Without LCM
(Unit = mm)
With LCM
(Unit = mm)
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Product Specifications
LAN
Interface
Protocols
Protection
IP Address
10/100BaseTx with MDI/MDIX, RJ45
Modbus/TCP, TCP/IP, UDP, DHCP, Bootp, SNMP(MIB for
I/O and Network), HTTP, SNTP
1.5KV magnetic isolation
Fixed, dynamic (DHCP)
Default: 192.168.127.254
Serial
Interface
Serial Line Protection
RS-485 (2 wire): Data+, Data-, GND
15KV ESD for all signals
Serial Communication Parameters
Parity
Data Bits
Stop Bits
Flow Control
Speed
Protocol
None
8
1
None
1200 to 115200 bps
Modbus/RTU
Digital Input
Inputs
I/O Mode
DI COM Power Input
Dry Contact
Wet Contact
Common Type
Isolation
Protection
Counter Power Off Storage
8 fixed points, two 6-point groups for sink/source type
DI or event counter (up to 900Hz)
24 VDC nominal, up to 36 VDC
Logic 0: short to GND
Logic 1:open
Logic 0: 0 to 3 VDC,
Logic 1: 10 to 30 VDC(DI COM to DI)
6 points /1 COM
3 KVDC / 2 KVrms
Over voltage protection: +36 VDC
Yes
Digital Output
Inputs
I/O Mode
DO Power Input
Output Current Rating
Magnetic Isolation
Protection
8 fixed points sink type
DO or pulse output(up to 100 Hz)
24 VDC nominal, up to 30V
Max. 200 mA per channel
3 KVDC / 2 KVrms
Over voltage protection: +36 VDC
Over current limit: 600 mA (typical)
Over temperature shutdown: 160°C (min.)
Configurable DI/DO Channels
Channels
I/O mode
Magnetic Isolation
4
DI or event counter (up to 900Hz)
DO or pulse output (up to 100Hz)
3 KVDC/ 2 KVrms
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System Power Input
Power Input
Power Consumption
Ground Connection
24 VDC nominal, 12VDC (min.) to 48 VDC (max.)
7.5W @24 VCD
DIN-rail or panel mounting sockets
Environmental
Operation Temperature
Storage Temperature
-10 to 60°C (14 to 140°F), 5 to 95% RH
-40 to 85°C (-40 to 185°F), 50 to 95% RH
I/O Cable
Max. 14 AWG
Wiring
Certifications
Shock, Freefall, Vibration,
CE Class A, Level 3,
FCC Part 15, CISPR (EN55022) Class A
UL-508
EC 61000-6-2, EC 61000-6-4
Accessories
LCM
Hot-pluggable attachment for IP display, DI/DO status
16×2 character display
Backlit screen
5 buttons
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Chapter 2.
Initial Setup
This chapter describes how to install the ioLogik E2212 Active Ethernet I/O Server.
The following topics are covered in this chapter:
‰
Hardware Installation
¾ Connecting the Power
¾ Grounding the Unit
¾ Connecting to the Network
¾ Connecting Multiple ioLogik E2000 Units
¾ Adding More I/O Channels
¾ Setting the RS-485 Baudrate
¾ Connecting the I/O Device
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Initial Setup
Hardware Installation
Connecting the Power
Connect the 12 to 48 VDC power line to the ioLogik’s terminal block (TB1). If power is properly
supplied, the power LED will glow a solid red color until the system is ready
ATTENTION
Disconnect the power before installing and wiring!
Disconnect the power cord before installing and/or wiring your ioLogik.
Do not exceed the maximum current for the wiring!
Determine the maximum possible current for each power wire and common wire. Observe all
electrical codes dictating the maximum current allowable for each wire size.
If the current exceeds the maximum rating, the wiring could overheat, causing serious damage to
your equipment.
Grounding the Unit
The ioLogik is equipped with two grounding points, one on the wall mount socket and the other on
the DIN-rail mount.
Connecting to the Network
1.
Connect the ioLogik to the host PC with an Ethernet cable. For initial configuration, it is
recommended that the ioLogik E2212 be configured using a direct connection to a host
computer rather than remotely over the network.
2.
Set the host PC’s IP address to 192.168.127.xxx. (xxx: from 001 to 253). In Windows, you may
set this through the Control Panel.
3.
Default IP Address Default Netmask Default Gateway
192.168.127.254
255.255.255.0
None
Use ioAdmin or the web console to detect the ioLogik. Once the ioLogik has been detected,
modify the settings as needed for your network environment, then restart the server.
Connecting Multiple ioLogik E2000 Units
When connecting multiple ioLogik E2000 units to the same network, remember that each unit has
the same default IP address. You will need to assign a different IP address to each unit to avoid IP
conflicts. ioAdmin automatically detects IP conflicts and allows you to modify each unit’s IP
address.
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Adding More I/O Channels
A cost effective way to add more I/O channels to your ioLogik E2000 I/O server is to attach the
appropriate ioLogik R2000 I/O server. The two servers can be snapped together using the RS-485
system bus connector, as shown in the following figure. For the ioLogik E2212, additional digital
I/O channels are added using the ioLogik R2110. For additional details, please refer to the ioLogik
R2110 user’s manual.
Setting the RS-485 Baudrate
The RS-485 port on the ioLogik E2212 is reserved to chain another RS-485 I/O server. The RS-485
port can run Modbus/RTU or I/O command sets. The baudrate is set by a physical dial on the back of
the ioLogik. The default settings are baudrate = 115200, parity check = N, data bits = 8, and stop bit
= 1. Modbus/RTU only supports N, 8, 1, so E, 7, 1 is not supported. When using the RS-485
cascading interface, the ioLogik E2212 will have an RS-485 Unit ID of 1.
Baudrate for RS-485
(parameters are N, 8, 1)
Dial setting and corresponding baudrate:
0:115200
1:57600
2:38400
3:19200
4:9600
5:4800
6:2400
7:1200
Remember to restart the ioLogik E2212 after making any changes to the RS-485 baud rate.
Connecting the I/O Device
With 4 channels that are configurable for digital input or digital output operation, the ioLogik E2212
offers great flexibility in connecting I/O devices. Also, unlike traditional Ethernet I/O products, the
ioLogik E2212 can connect to dry contact, PNP, and NPN sensors at the same time. The sensor type
determines your wiring approach, as shown in the following examples:
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Digital Output
Dry Contact
Wet Contact with NPN sensor
Wet Contact with PNP sensor
ATTENTION
Sensor types are set in groups, with DI-0 to DI-5 forming one group and DI-6- to DI-11 forming
another group (assuming that channels 8 through 11 are configured as digital input channels). If
an NPN sensor is connected to DI-0, then only NPN sensors can be connected to the other DI
channels in the group (i.e., DI-1 through DI-5). Likewise, if a PNP sensor is connected to DI-6,
then only PNP sensors can be connected to the other DI channels in the group (i.e., DI-7 through
DI-11).
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Software Installation
ioAdmin is a Windows utility provided for the configuration and management of the ioLogik E2212
and attached I/O devices. It may be used from anywhere on the network to monitor and configure the
ioLogik E2212. You may also configure some of the settings through the web console or optional
LCM.
1. Installation from CD: Insert the Document and Software CD into the host computer. Run
SETUP.EXE, which is located in the root directory. The installation program will guide you
through the installation process and install the ioAdmin utility along with the MXIO DLL
library.
2. Open ioAdmin: After installation is finished, run ioAdmin from the Windows Start menu.
3. Search the network for the server: On the menu bar, select System ÆAuto Scan Active
Ethernet I/O Server. A dialog window will appear. Click Start Search to begin searching for
your unit.
If ioAdmin is unable to find your unit, there may be a problem with your network settings.
4.
Monitoring I/O status: Once your unit has been found by ioAdmin, you may view the status
of all attached I/O devices on ioAdmin’s main screen.
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You may now use ioAdmin to setup or configure your unit. Please refer to Chapter 3 for
additional information on using ioAdmin.
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Chapter 3.
Using ioAdmin
In this chapter, we explain how to use ioAdmin to configure your ioLogik.
The following topics are covered in this chapter:
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Introduction to ioAdmin
Features of ioAdmin
¾ Remote Management
¾ On-line Wiring Guide
¾ Configuration File
ioAdmin Main Screen
¾ Main Screen Overview
¾ Wiring Guide
¾ I/O Configuration Tab (General)
¾ Server Info Tab
¾ Server Settings Tab (General)
¾ Message Monitor Tab
ioAdmin Administrator Functions
¾ I/O Configuration Tab (Administrator)
¾ Server Settings Tab (Administrator)
¾ Network Tab
¾ Firmware Update Tab
¾ Watchdog Tab
¾ Click&Go Logic Tab
Server Context Menu
Using TFTP to Import/Export Configuration
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Using ioAdmin
Introduction to ioAdmin
ioLogik Ethernet I/O Servers may be managed and configured over the Ethernet with ioAdmin, a
Windows utility provided with your ioLogik E2212. ioAdmin’s graphical-user interface gives you
easy access to all status information and settings.
The ioLogik E2212 also supports configuration by web console and by optional LCM, but full
configuration and management is only available through ioAdmin.
A new feature in ioAdmin automatically detects IP conflicts between ioLogik E2000 units. If
ioAdmin detects an IP conflict, a window will appear that allows you to resolve the IP conflict
immediately and restart each unit.
ioAdmin also includes Click&Go logic control for the configuration of your Active Ethernet I/O
system.
ioAdmin consists of following software:
z
z
z
ioAdmin with Click&Go Logic
ioLogik 2000 Wiring Guide
ioLogik 4000 Wiring Guide
Features of ioAdmin
Remote Management
Over the Ethernet network, ioAdmin
allows users to
z
z
z
z
find and configure multiple
ioLogik servers.
monitor and configure attached
I/O devices.
test I/O devices.
reset the server.
On-line Wiring Guide
A wiring guide can be opened from
within ioAdmin for your
convenience. The easily accessible
wiring guide can save administrators
much time while planning or
troubleshooting.
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Using ioAdmin
Configuration File
ioAdmin allows the entire
configuration of the ioLogik E2212
to be saved as a file. The file is
viewable as text and can serve three
purposes:
z
z
z
as a record or backup of
configuration
as a template for the configuration
of other servers
as a quick reference guide for you
to configure Modbus drivers in a
SCADA system
The file includes the following
information:
1. file title, date, and time
2. model information
3. Modbus address
ioAdmin Main Screen
Main Screen Overview
This is ioAdmin’s main screen. The main window defaults to the I/O Configuration tab, which
displays a figure of your unit with the status of every I/O channel. The other tabs in the main window
take you to server and network settings, and further functions are available when you log on as an
administrator. Note that configuration options are not available until you log on as an administrator.
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ioAdmin Main Screen
1.
Title
2.
Menu bar
3.
Quick link
4.
Navigation panel
5.
Main window
6.
Sync. rate status
7.
Status bar
Wiring Guide
ioAdmin provides a wiring guide for the ioLogik E2212. You may access the wiring guide by
right-clicking the ioLogik figure in the I/O Configuration tab. Select “Wiring Guide” in the submenu
to open a help file showing the unit’s wiring information and electrical characteristics.
You may also access the On-line Wiring Guide through the Help menu on the menu bar.
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I/O Configuration Tab (General)
The I/O Configuration tab shows the status of every I/O channel. This is the default tab when you
first open ioAdmin. DI channels are listed on the left and DO channels are listed on the right. The
four selectable channels will be listed on the left or the right according to the selected mode.
Server Info Tab
Server information, such as firmware version, is displayed in the Server Info tab.
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Server Settings Tab (General)
The Server Settings tab is where you log in as an administrator. This is required in order to gain
access to the ioLogik E2212 configuration options. If no administrator password has been set up,
simply click Login and leave the Password for entry field blank. Please refer to the ioAdmin
Administrator Functions section later on in this chapter for more detail.
Message Monitor Tab
The Message Monitor tab will display any TCP/UDP messages received from the ioLogik E2212.
When you install the unit for the first time, the ruleset will not have been defined yet, so there will be
no messages in the Message Monitor Tab. When a ruleset has been defined and activated, any
TCP/UDP messages that have been triggered by sensor events will be shown in the Message
Monitor tab. Please refer to Chapter 5: Click&Go Logic for information on how to define rules for
active I/O messaging.
Messages can be displayed in ASCII or in HEX. To display messages in HEX, make sure that
“Toggle HEX” is checked.
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ioAdmin Administrator Functions
For full access to all configuration options, log in as an administrator in the Server Settings tab. This
is required whenever you start up ioAdmin or boot up/restart the ioLogik. When you install the
ioLogik E2212 for the first time, the password will be blank and you may simply click Login.
Additional functions will available after logging in, including the following new tabs:
When making configuration changes, you will need to click Update or Apply to save the changes.
Some changes will require that the unit be restarted in order to take effect.
ATTENTION
You MUST log in to access any administrator function, including Network, Communication
Watchdog Timer, and Firmware Update tabs. If you forget the password, you may hold down the
reset button to clear the password and load factory defaults. This will result in the loss of all
configuration settings and your Click&Go Logic active I/O messaging program!
I/O Configuration Tab (Administrator)
When logged on as an administrator, you may double click on a channel in the I/O Configuration tab
to configure that channel’s settings. A window will open with configuration options for that channel.
After the channel has been configured as desired, click Apply to implement the new settings.
Configuring Digital Input Channels
The ioLogik E2212 provides up to 12 digital input (DI) channels, with 8 fixed DI channels (DI-0 to
DI-7) and 4 channels that can be configured as DI or DO channels (DIO-8 to DIO-11). Software
filtering is used to control switch bounces. The filter is configurable in multiples of 0.5 ms and
accepts values between 1 and 65535. For example, a setting of 2 would mean a 1 ms filter (2 × 0.5
ms).
A DI channel can be set to “DI” or “Event Counter” mode. In DI mode, the specifications are as
follows:
Type
Logic 0 (OFF) Logic 1 (ON)
Dry contact close to GND
open
Wet contact
0 to 3 V
10 to 30 V
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In Event Counter mode, the channel accepts limit or proximity switches and counts events according
to the ON/OFF status. When “Lo to Hi” is selected, the counter value increases when the attached
switch is pushed. When “Hi to Lo” is selected, the counter value increases when the switch is pushed
and released.
By default, the Event Counter value will be reset to zero if power is disconnected. If you select Save
status on power failure, the Event Counter value will be saved when power is disconnected. When
power is reconnected, the value will be as you left it. You can set Power On Settings to have
counting resume immediately.
The Event Counter starts counting events when specified by a Modbus command or a Click&Go
Logic rule. You can also specify counting to begin automatically when the ioLogik is powered on.
To activate this function, select Start under Counter mode parameter in the Power On Settings.
You can control how an Event Counter channel behaves during a network disconnection with the
Safe Status Settings and the Host Connection Watchdog. When the Host Connection Watchdog is
enabled, a network disconnection will activate the Safe Status Settings. The Event Counter channel
can be configured to continue counting by selecting Start/Continue under Counter mode
parameter. If Start/Continue is not selected, the Event Counter channel will suspend counting. If
the Host Connection Watchdog is not enabled, then the Safe Status Settings will be ignored and the
Event Counter channel will continue counting during a network disconnection.
ATTENTION
The Host Connection Watchdog is disabled by default and must be enabled for Safe Status
Settings to take effect.
The Apply to all channels option applies all settings to DI channels, including DIO channels that
are operating as DI channels.
Configuring Digital Output Channels
The ioLogik E2212 provides up to 12 digital output (DO) channels with 8 fixed DO channels (DO-0
to DO-7) and 4 channels that can be configured as DI or DO channels (DIO-8 to DIO-11).
A DO channel can be set to “DO” or “Pulse Output” mode. In DO mode, the specifications are as
follows.
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Type
Logic 0 (OFF) Logic 1 (ON)
DO mode
open
short
In Pulse Output mode, the selected digital output channel will generate a square wave as specified in
the pulse mode parameters. The low and high level widths are specified in multiples of 0.5ms, with a
maximum setting of 65,535 (32,767 ms).For example, you would enter 1000 for a width of 500 ms,.
If the low width value is 5000 and the high width value is 5000, the pulse output would be a square
wave with a 5-second pulse cycle. For the number of pulses, you can specify between 1 and
4,294,967,295 pulses or enter “0” for continuous pulse output.
When the ioLogik is first powered on, the status for each DO channel will be set to “OFF” by default.
This behavior can be modified using the Power On Settings. You can set a DO channel to turn
“ON” when the ioLogik is powered on, or to commence pulse output.
You can control how a DO channel acts when the network is disconnected by using the Safe Status
Settings and the Host Connection Watchdog. When the Host Connection Watchdog is enabled, a
network disconnection will activate the Safe Status Settings. The DO channel can be configured to
turn on, turn off, or commence pulse output. If the Host Connection Watchdog is not enabled, then
the DO channel status will remain unchanged during a network disconnection.
ATTENTION
The Host Connection Watchdog is disabled by default and must be enabled for Safe Status
Settings to take effect.
The Apply to all channels option applies all settings to DO channels, including DIO channels that
are operating as DO channels.
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Configuring Selectable DIO Channels
Channels DIO-8 to DIO-11 support both DI and DO channel operation. When the ioLogik E2212 is
powered on, each DIO channel will be configured to act as either a DI or DO channel, according to
the Power On Settings. When acting as a DI channel, configuration is the same as for fixed DI
channels. When acting as a DO channel, configuration is the same as for fixed DO channels.
To switch to between DI and DO channel operation, select the desired mode in the I/O Direction
field under Power On Settings. After clicking Apply, you will need to restart the ioLogik E2212 for
the new setting to take effect.
Testing DI and DO Channels
You can test each channel by opening the channel’s configuration window and selecting the Test tab.
In the Test tab, you can see how a channel’s status affects or is affected by the attached device. For
DO channels, you can set the on/off status or start and stop pulse output. For DI channels, you can
monitor the attached device’s on/off status, or count switch press events.
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Server Settings Tab (Administrator)
After logging in as an administrator, you may set up a password, server name, location, date, time
zone, and time server in the Server Settings tab.
Network Tab
The Network tab is available after you log in as an administrator. You may configure IP settings,
Modbus/TCP Alive Check Timeout settings, DNS settings, Serial settings, SNMP settings, and Web
Access settings for the ioLogik.
IP Settings
You can set up a static or dynamic IP address for the ioLogik, as well as the subnet mask and
gateway address. Click Accessible IP if you wish to allow only certain IP addresses to have network
access to the ioLogik and attached sensors. Access will be granted only to the IP addresses that you
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list in the Accessible IP screen. Any requests from sources that are not on the accessible IP list will
be unable to use Modbus/TCP or ioAdmin to access the ioLogik.
Modbus/TCP Alive Check Timeout Settings
The Modbus/TCP Alive Check Timeout is designed to avoid TCP connection failure. If the network
host is unable to respond due to hardware failure or a network problem, the ioLogik will continue to
wait for a response from the host. This will cause the TCP port to be occupied indefinitely by the
host. When Modbus/TCP idle connection timeout interval is enabled, the ioLogik will
automatically close the TCP connection when there is no TCP activity for the specified time.
DNS Settings
Use this field to specify up the IP addresses of one or to two DNS servers. DNS servers may be used
to find available e-mail addresses when setting up Click & Go rules.
Serial Settings
You may view the reserved RS-485 communication parameters here, and you may set the timeout
value for breaks in RS-485 communication. Note that the other serial communication parameters
cannot be modified. If you wish to adjust the baudrate, you will need to use the physical dial on the
back panel of the ioLogik.
SNMP Settings
The ioLogik E2212 provides SNMP v2 (Simple Network Management Protocol) to allow
monitoring of network and I/O devices with SNMP Network Management software. It is useful for
building automation and telecom applications. Use these fields to enable SNMP and set the read and
write community strings.
Web Access Settings
This field enables and disables the web console, which allows the ioLogik to be configured from a
web browser. If this field is not enabled, you will not be able to open the web console.
Firmware Update Tab
The Firmware Update tab is available after you log in as an administrator. Enter the path to the
firmware file or click on the icon to browse for the file. Click Update to update the ioLogik
firmware. The wizard will lead you through the process until the ioLogik is restarted.
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ATTENTION
Do not interrupt the firmware update process! An interruption in the process may result in
your device becoming unrecoverable.
After the firmware is updated, the ioLogik will restart and you will have to log in again to access
administrator functions.
The firmware on any attached I/O expansion module, such as an ioLogik R2000 server, must be
updated over the RS-485 bus. Firmware on cascaded modules cannot be updated over Ethernet.
Watchdog Tab
The Watchdog tab is available after you log in as an administrator. When enabled, the Host
Connection Watchdog monitors the network connection. If the connection is lost for the specified
Timeout value, the Watchdog will display a warning and activate the Safe Status settings for each
DO channel and Event Counter channel. By default, the Watchdog is disabled. To enable the
Watchdog, make sure that Enable Host Connection Watchdog is checked, set the Timeout value,
and click Update.
After the Watchdog is enabled, a warning will be displayed on the Watchdog tab if the network
connection is lost.
After you restore the network connection, click Clear Alarm to reset the Watchdog and return to
normal operation.
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Click&Go Logic Tab
The Click&Go Logic tab is available after logging in as an administrator. This is where the ioLogik’s
Active Ethernet I/O system is configured. With a set of rules (known as a ruleset) defined through
Click&Go, the ioLogik can report I/O status to a host as soon as user-defined I/O conditions have
been met. Please refer to Chapter 5: Click&Go Logic for more detailed information.
Changes in the Click&Go Logic tab are not effective until the ioLogik E2212 is restarted, just like
changes made in other tabs. After logging back in as an administrator and returning to the Click&Go
Logic tab, click Download to view the current ruleset. Click Run to activate the ruleset and Stop to
deactivate it.
When a DI or DO channel is used in a Click&Go Logic rules, the channel’s range and units will
become fixed and may not be modified.
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Server Context Menu
The Server context menu is accessed by right clicking on the server model name in the navigation
panel.
Connect
Select this command to try connecting over the network to the selected ioLogik.
Disconnect
Select this command to drop the network connection with the selected ioLogik.
Delete I/O Server
Select this command to remove the selected ioLogik.
Add Serial I/O Server
Select this command to add an ioLogik I/O server by specifying its Unit ID.
Restart System
Select this command to restart the selected ioLogik. You will need to be logged in as an
administrator to use this command.
Reset to Default
Select this command to reset all settings on the selected ioLogik, including console password, to
factory default values. You will need to be logged in as an administrator to use this command.
Export System Config
Select this command to export the selected ioLogik’s configuration to a text file. You will need to be
logged in as an administrator to use this command. It is strongly recommended you use this method
to back up your configuration after you have finished configuring the ioLogik for your application.
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The following is a sample configuration file:
Import System Config
Select this command to load a configuration for the selected ioLogik from a configuration text file.
You will need to be logged in as an administrator to use this command. The new configuration will
not take effect until the ioLogik has been restarted. This command may be used to restore a
configuration after loading the factory defaults, or to duplicate a configuration to multiple ioLogik
units.
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Using TFTP to Import/Export Configuration
TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol) was defined in 1980 to provide basic FTP functionality in a
very simple protocol. Due to TFTP’s simplicity, it can be implemented using a very small amount of
memory, an important consideration when it was first developed. ioLogik E2000 I/O servers support
the use of TFTP to import or export configuration files.
The following is an example using Windows TFTP:
Enter “TFTP <host IP> GET ik2212.txt” in the command line or the Run… dialog to obtain the
configuration file from the ioLogik E2212. Enter “TFTP <host IP> PUT ik2212.txt” to copy the
configuration file to the ioLogik E2212.
You must use “ik2212.txt” as the destination filename when copying a configuration file to the
ioLogik E2000 unit. Otherwise, you will receive an error message as shown below:
You can use TFTP in a batch file to transfer configuration files for different units. For example, you
might have two configuration files that need to be copied to two different servers: ik2212_1.txt for
192.168.127.253, and ik2212_2.txt for 192.168.127.254. A batch file could be written as follows:
tftp 192.168.127.253 put ik2212_1.txt ik2212.txt
tftp 192.168.127.254 put ik2212_2.txt ik2212.txt
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ATTENTION
You can also run TFTP client software, open the configuration file, and enter the remote server’s
IP. Note that both ASCII and Octet mode are supported. When the download process is complete,
the I/O server will reboot.
WinTFTP Client Pro is a trademark of WinTFTP. All rights reserved.
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Chapter 4.
Web Console Configuration
The ioLogik E2212’s built in web console can be used to configure many of the ioLogik’s settings.
The following topics are covered:
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Introduction to the Web Console
Basic Settings
Network Settings
¾ General Settings
¾ Ethernet Configurations
¾ RS-485 Settings
I/O Settings
¾ DI Channels
¾ DO Channels
System Management
¾ Accessible IP Settings
¾ SNMP Agent
¾ Network Connection
LCM
Change Password
Load Factory Default
Save/Restart
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Web Console Configuration
Introduction to the Web Console
The ioLogik web console is a browser-based configuration utility. When the ioLogik is connected to
your network, you may enter the server’s IP address in your web browser to access the web console.
Note that although most configuration options are available in the web console, some settings are
only available through ioAdmin. Furthermore, the web console can be disabled under Web Access
Settings in ioAdmin. If you are unable to access the web console, check the Web Access Settings in
ioAdmin.
Main
Window
Navigation
Panel
The left panel is the navigation panel and contains an expandable menu tree for navigating among
the various settings and categories. When you click on a menu item in the navigation panel, the main
window will display the corresponding options for that item. Configuration changes can then be
made in the main window. For example, if you click Basic Settings in the navigation panel, the main
window will show a page of basic settings that you can configure.
You must click Submit after making configuration changes. The Submit button will be located at the
bottom of every page that has configurable settings. If you navigate to another page without clicking
the Submit button, your changes will not be retained.
Submitted changes will not take effect until they are saved and the ioLogik is restarted! You may
save and restart the server in one step by clicking on the Save/Restart button after you submit a
change. If you need to make several changes before restarting, you may save your changes without
restarting by selecting Save/Restart in the navigation panel. If you restart the ioLogik without saving
your configuration, the ioLogik will discard all submitted changes.
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Basic Settings
On the Basic Settings page, you may set the ioLogik’s system time or provide the IP address of a
time server for time synchronization.
Network Settings
General Settings
On the General Settings page, you may assign a server name and location to assist you in
differentiating between different I/O servers. You may also enable the Host Communication
Watchdog and define the timeout value.
When enabled, the communication watchdog monitors the network connection. If the connection
is lost for the specified number of seconds, the watchdog will activate the Safe Status settings for
each DO channel and Event Counter channel. By default, the watchdog is disabled. To enable the
Watchdog, select Enable communication watchdog and set the timeout value.
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Ethernet Configurations
On the Ethernet Configurations page, you may set up a static or dynamic IP address for the ioLogik,
as well as the subnet mask and gateway address.
RS-485 Settings
On the RS-485 Settings page, you may view the serial communication parameters, but no
configuration changes are allowed. The baudrate can only be configured using the physical dial on
the back of the unit. This is a reserved function.
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I/O Settings
You can view the settings for DI and DO channels in the web console. DIO channels will be listed
according to the configured channel type (DI or DO). The DIO channel type can only be changed
using ioAdmin and cannot be changed from within the web console. Please refer to Chapter 3 for
additional information on using ioAdmin.
DI Channels
On the DI Channels page, you may view the status of each DI (digital input) channel. Both fixed DI
channels and DIO channels that are acting as DI channels will be displayed.
You may click on a channel for that channel’s configuration options. DI channels can operate in DI
mode or Event Counter mode. Software filtering is used to control switch bounces. The filter is
configurable in multiples of 0.5 ms and accepts values between 1 and 65535. For example, a setting
of 2 would mean a 1 ms filter (2 × 0.5 ms). For Event Counter channels, make sure that the filter is
not set to 0, otherwise the counter will never be activated.
A DI channel can be set to “DI” or “Event Counter” mode. In DI mode, the specifications are as
follows:
Type
Dry contact
Logic 0 (OFF) Logic 1 (ON)
close to GND
open
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Type
Logic 0 (OFF) Logic 1 (ON)
Wet contact
0 to 3 V
10 to 30 V
In Event Counter mode, the channel accepts limit or proximity switches and counts events according
to the ON/OFF status. When “Lo to Hi” is selected, the counter value increases when the attached
switch is pushed. When “Hi to Lo” is selected, the counter value increases when the switch is pushed
and released.
By default, the Event Counter value will be reset to zero if power is disconnected. If you select Save
Status on Power Failure, the Event Counter value will be saved when power is disconnected. When
power is reconnected, the value will be as you left it. You can set Power On Setting to have
counting resume immediately.
DI channels that are in Event Counter mode can begin counting automatically when the ioLogik is
powered on. To activate this function, enable Power On Setting. If Power On Setting is not
enabled, the channel will only start counting events when specified by a Modbus command or
Click&Go Logic rule.
You can control how an Event Counter channel behaves during a network disconnection with the
Safe Status Setting and the Host Connection Watchdog. With the Watchdog disabled, the Event
Counter continues counting events even when there is a network disconnection. With the Watchdog
enabled, the Safe Status Setting specifies whether the Event Counter continues or suspends
counting when there is a network disconnection. Counting will continue if Safe Status Setting is
enabled; counting will be suspended if Safe Status Setting is not enabled.
DO Channels
On the DO Channels page, you may view the status of each DO (digital output) channel. Both fixed
DO channels and DIO channels that are acting as DO channels will be displayed.
You may click on a channel for that channel’s configuration options. DO Channels can operate in
DO mode or Pulse Output mode. In DO mode, output is either on or off. In Pulse Output mode, a
configurable square wave is generated.
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By default, DO and Pulse Output channels are set to “off” when the ioLogik is powered on. You can
set a channel to automatically turn on or begin pulse output when the ioLogik is powered on, by
enabling Power On Setting.
You can control how a DO or Pulse Output channel behaves during a network disconnection with the
Safe Status Setting and the Host Connection Watchdog. With the Watchdog disabled, there is no
change to the channel’s status when there is a network disconnection. With the Watchdog enabled,
the Safe Status Setting determines whether the channel will turn off, on, or begin pulse output when
there is a network disconnection. The channel will turn on or begin pulse output if Safe Status
Setting is enabled; the channel will turn off if Safe Status Setting is not enabled.
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System Management
Accessible IP Settings
On the Accessible IP Settings page, you may control network access to the ioLogik by allowing only
specified IP addresses. When the accessible IP list is enabled, a host’s IP address must be listed in
order to have access to the ioLogik.
You may add a specific address or range of addresses by using a combination of IP address and
netmask, as follows:
z
To allow access to a specific IP address
Enter the IP address in the corresponding field; enter 255.255.255.255 for the netmask
z To allow access to hosts on a specific subnet
For both the IP address and netmask, use 0 for the last digit (e.g., 192.168.1.0 and
255.255.255.0).
z To allow unrestricted access
Deselect the Enable the accessible IP list option.
The following table shows additional configuration examples.
Allowed Hosts
Any host
192.168.1.120
192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.254
192.168.0.1 to 192.168.255.254
192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.126
192.168.1.129 to 192.168.1.254
IP address
Disable
192.168.1.120
192.168.1.0
192.168.0.0
192.168.1.0
192.168.1.128
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Netmask
Disable
255.255.255.255
255.255.255.0
255.255.0.0
255.255.255.128
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SNMP Agent
On the SNMP Agent page, you may enable SNMP and set the read and write community strings. The
ioLogik provides SNMP v2 (Simple Network Management Protocol) to allow monitoring of
network and I/O devices with SNMP Network Management software. This is useful for building
automation and telecom applications.
Network Connection
On the Network Connection page, you may view the TCP connections from other hosts. This may
assist you in the management of your devices.
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LCM
If you have installed the optional LCM, you may view the status and firmware details on the LCM
page.
Change Password
For all changes to the ioLogik E2212’s password protection settings, you will first need to enter the
old password. Leave this blank if you are setting up password protection for the first time. To set up
a new password or change the existing password, enter your desired password under both New
password and Confirm password. To remove password protection, leave New password and
Confirm password blank.
ATTENTION
If you forget the password, the ONLY way to configure the ioLogik is by using the reset button to
load the factory defaults.
Before you set a password for the first time, it is a good idea to export the configuration to a file
when you have finished setting up your ioLogik. Your configuration can then be easily imported
back into the ioLogik. This will be useful if the ioLogik has been reset to factory defaults due to a
forgotten password or for other reasons.
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Load Factory Default
This function will reset the ioLogik to factory default settings. All previous settings including the
console password will be lost.
Save/Restart
If you change the configuration, do not forget to reboot the system.
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Chapter 5.
Click&Go Logic
Click&Go Logic was developed by MOXA to provide an easy way to program your ioLogik E2212
for Active Ethernet I/O operation. In the chapter, we will show you how Click&Go Logic works and
how to use it to develop your Active Ethernet I/O system.
The following topics are covered in this chapter:
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Overview
¾ Features
Click&Go Logic Basics
¾ Working with Rules
Defining Logic Rules
¾ IF Conditions
¾ More Info on Repeat Interval vs. Edge Detection
¾ THEN Actions
Defining Peer-to-Peer I/O Rules
¾ Configuring Input Module
¾ Configuring Output Module
Working with Click&Go Rulesets
¾ Activating the Ruleset
¾ Ruleset Management Bar
¾ Ruleset Import/Export
Application Examples
¾ Local I/O Control
¾ Active I/O Messages
¾ Peer-to-Peer I/O
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Overview
The ioLogik E2212’s Active Ethernet I/O system eliminates the need for host computers to
continually poll I/O devices for status. Instead, the server itself is able to monitors the status of each
I/O device and take the appropriate action when the I/O status satisfies a user-defined condition. For
example, the ioLogik E2212 could be configured to send a TCP/UDP message only when the switch
attached to DI-0 is turned on. This structure results in a much improved response time and a much
reduced load on the host computer’s CPU and on network bandwidth.
The Active Ethernet I/O system is easily configured using MOXA’s Click&Go Logic. With
Click&Go Logic, you can easily and intuitively configure when and how I/O information is
transmitted over the network. Simple If – Then statements are used to specify conditions that are
required for certain actions to take place. Up to three conditions and three actions can be combined
in any one rule, and you may define up to 16 rules. Supported actions include sending SNMP traps or
TCP/UDP messages to up to 10 hosts at a time.
Click&Go can also be used to map an input channel on one ioLogik E2212 to an output channel on
another ioLogik E2212, for peer-to-peer I/O communication. Up to five different IP addresses can be
entered as the output destination. Peer-to-peer I/O provides a very flexible and easy way to extend
I/O signals or connect remote on/off switches. It can be used, for example, to replace or extend the
wiring of PLC or DCS systems over Ethernet.
Features
Click&Go Logic’s key features are as follows:
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Easy local logic control using intuitive IF/THEN style construction
Up to 16 user-defined rules
Up to 3 I/O-based conditions and 3 DO or network actions per rule
Choice of email, TCP, UDP, or SNMP trap for active I/O messaging
Customizable message content with dynamic fields for time, date, IP address, and more
Up to 10 simultaneous IP destinations for TCP/UDP messaging
Up to 5 simultaneous IP destinations for peer-to-peer I/O
Configurable interval for time-triggered events
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Click&Go Logic Basics
To use Click&Go Logic, open ioAdmin and log on as an administrator on the Server Settings tab.
Once you are logged on, go to the Click&Go Logic tab. It should appear as below:
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Click&Go Logic Tab
1. Logic Name: In this field, you may assign a name for the set of rules.
2. Rules List: In this area, each rule’s conditions, actions, and status are displayed.
3. Ruleset Management Bar: In this area, you manage the ruleset.
Working with Rules
Rules are the building blocks of your Active Ethernet I/O system. With rules, you define the exact
trigger conditions for transmission of I/O information as well as the content and destination of that
information. DO operation can also be automated through DI trigger conditions or mapped directly
to a remote DI channel on another ioLogik E2212.
In the main screen, you will see a list of the rules in the current ruleset. Double click on a rule to open
that rule’s configuration window, or double click on an empty rule to start a new rule.
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The configuration window is where the rule is defined. There are two types of rules that can be
defined: Logic rules and peer-to-peer I/O rules. Logic rules are used for DI event-based triggers,
whereas peer-to-peer I/O rules are used for mapping I/O channels between two ioLogik E2212 units.
The Equivalent Logic Statement at the bottom shows a real-time text-based summary of the rule
that you are defining. It can be a useful way to make sure that the rule is designed as you intended.
ATTENTION
When configuring input or output control or response values, you must select the unit of
measurement before entering a value. If you select a unit of measurement after entering a
value, the value will not be retained. Also, when an I/O channel is being used in a Click&Go
Logic rule, the channel’s range and units may not be modified.
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Defining Logic Rules
IF Conditions
Under the IF column, you may set up to 3 sensor conditions that must be satisfied for the actions
under the THEN column to take place. As soon as the IF conditions are satisfied, the specified
THEN action is performed. For example, an alarm can be activated when a door is opened. Use the
pull downs to specify the conditions and units of measurement (e.g. DI-0=OFF). The available
operators are =, <, >, <=, and >=.
Edge detection can be used to refine the conditions. For example, the condition DI-0=OFF is
satisfied for as long as DI-0 remains off. The condition DI-0=ON to OFF, however, is only satisfied
only at the instant that DI-0 turns off.
You may want an action to be repeated for as long as the conditions remain satisfied. For example,
instead of turning on an alarm, you may wish to send an alert message every five minutes for as long
as the door is open. You can set a repeating interval in the Check every ___ sec field. The THEN
action will be repeated at the specified interval, as long as the set of IF conditions is satisfied. Note
that if edge detection is used in the IF conditions, the Check every ___ sec field will be of no use,
because edge-detection conditions can only satisfied for an instant rather than over a sustained
period of time. More information is provided below.
Under Relation between conditions, select AND to specify that all conditions must satisfied for the
actions to take place; select OR to specify that any one of the conditions may be satisfied for the
actions to take place.
You may wish to set up a heartbeat status message or action that repeats at regular intervals as long
as the I/O server is operational. In this case, you can set up a Time Trigger rule as the first IF
condition. For example, you can set a 3600 second interval so that a TCP status message is sent
every hour. When using Time Trigger with pulse output, make sure that trigger interval is at least one
second greater than the output pulse cycle.
IF Conditions
DI-x
Counter-x
Time Trigger
(Condition #1
only)
Operators
ON, OFF, ON to
OFF, OFF to ON
=,>,<,>=,<=,Change
Remark
Depends on DI type
Max value 4,294,967,295
Max value 4,294,967,295
for time interval
N/A
More Info on Repeat Interval vs. Edge Detection
The Check every ___ sec field is designed to allow THEN actions to be repeated when the specified
conditions are sustained. However, if a condition is based on edge detection (i.e., ON to OFF or
OFF to ON), it cannot be sustained, and the Check every ___ sec field will have no effect.
The following scenarios illustrate how edge detection affects the Check every ___ sec field. In each
diagram, the statuses of three sensors are shown over a period of time, with a high signal
corresponding to a “true” condition. The green shaded area shows the duration of time that the IF
conditions have been met.
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No Edge Detection
In this scenario, the rule checks each sensor for “on” status, so edge detection is not involved. As
long as the sensors remain on, the required conditions are satisfied, and the THEN actions will
repeat at interval N.
DI-0 = ON
DI-1 = ON
DI-2 = ON
Relation between
conditions
AND
OR
“Check every N sec”
“Check every N sec”
“IF” conditions
satisfied
Repeat interval
“THEN” action
triggered
Edge Detection for All Conditions
In this scenario, the rule checks each sensor for a change from “off” to “on” status, meaning
only edge detection conditions are used. As soon as a sensor changes from “off” to “on”, the
condition is satisfied, but only for that instant. Right after that instant, the condition is no longer
satisfied because it is no longer changing from “off” to “on”. The repeat interval will have no
effect, since edge conditions cannot be sustained over a period of time.
DI-0 = OFF to ON
DI-1 = OFF to ON
DI-2 = OFF to ON
Relation between
conditions
AND
OR
N/A
N/A
“IF” conditions
satisfied
Repeat interval
“THEN” action
triggered
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Edge Detection for Two Conditions
In this scenario, the rule checks DI-0 and DI-1 for a change in status and DI-2 for status only.
The repeat interval will not have an effect if the AND relationship is used, because the two edge
conditions can never be sustained over a length of time. With the OR relationship, the IF
conditions will be satisfied as long as DI-2 is “on”, and the THEN actions will be triggered over
interval N.
DI-0 = OFF to ON
DI-1 = OFF to ON
DI-2 = ON
Relation between
conditions
AND
OR
N/A
“Check every N sec”
“IF” conditions
satisfied
Repeat interval
“THEN” action
triggered
Edge Detection for One Condition
In this scenario, the rule checks DI-0 for a change in status and DI-1 and DI-2 for status only.
The repeat interval will not have an effect if the AND relationship is used, because the edge
condition for DI-0 can never be sustained over a length of time. With the OR relationship, the IF
conditions will be satisfied as long as DI-1 or DI-2 is “on”, and the THEN actions will be
triggered over interval N.
DI-0 = OFF to ON
DI-1 = ON
DI-2 = ON
Relation between
conditions
AND
OR
N/A
“Check every N sec”
“IF” conditions
satisfied
Repeat interval
“THEN” action
triggered
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THEN Actions
Under the THEN column, you may specify up to 3 actions that will be performed when the
conditions under the IF column are satisfied. Possible actions include changing the status of a DO
channel, starting or stopping an Event Counter, or sending a message by SNMP trap, TCP, UDP, or
) to configure additional message
e-mail. For message transmission, click the memo icon (
parameters.
THEN Actions
Counter-x
DO-x
Pulse Output-x
SNMP Trap
Active Message
Email
Operators
Reset
ON/OFF
Start/Stop
1 to 20
N/A
N/A
Remark
Depends on DI type
Depends on DO type
Depends on DO type
Details below
Details below
Details below
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Active Message
The Active Message option sends a customized message to one or more IP destinations by TCP or
UDP. Click the memo icon to configure the message and parameters. When a message has been
triggered, you may view the outgoing message in the Message Monitor tab. In the Message Monitor
tab, you may view messages in HEX by selecting Toggle HEX.
After clicking the memo icon, enter your desired message in the Message Content window. You
may select TCP or UDP as the messaging protocol, but you must use the same protocol for all
Click&Go Logic rules. Dynamic fields such as time, date, IP address, and I/O status may be inserted
in your message by clicking Keyword Lookup. Up to 10 recipients can be specified in the Message
Receiver list. The Message Port is set to 9000 by default and can be modified as necessary to work
with your firewall. Messages are sent in ASCII by default, but can be sent in HEX by selecting Send
as HEX.
When sending a message in HEX, each HEX value must be delimited by commas. Note that certain
numbers are control characters that will not show up in the Message Monitor, as shown in the
following example:
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SNMP trap
The SNMP trap option sends an SNMP trap to one or more IP destinations. You may select a trap
number between 1 and 20. (You may need to consult with your network administrator to determine
how trap numbers will be used and defined in your network.) Click the memo icon to specify up to
10 recipients for the SNMP trap. You can also bind the status of up to three I/O channels within each
trap.
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E-mail
The E-mail option sends a customizable e-mail to one or more e-mail addresses. Click the memo
icon to configure the message and parameters.
Enter the message content in the Mail Content area. Dynamic fields such as time, date, IP address,
and I/O status may be inserted in your message by clicking Keyword Lookup.
If you provided SMTP server information, the Available receiver(s) list should contain a list of
available e-mail addresses for your network environment. Specify the recipients of the e-mail
message by using the finger icons to move addresses to and from the Receiver(s) list. The e-mail
message will be sent to all addresses listed in the Receiver(s) list. You may modify an e-mail
address by clicking the memo icon.
To manually add e-mail addresses to the Available receiver(s) list, enter the Name and Mail
Address and click Add. Once the address has been added to the Available receiver(s) list, use the
finger icons to move it to or from the Receiver(s) list.
In the From Address, enter the e-mail address that recipients will see in the e-mail’s From field.
Under Mail Server Settings, you must configure the IP address of the SMTP server with your
username and password.
Defining Peer-to-Peer I/O Rules
A basic use of digital input and output is to connect a pushbutton to an LED. The pushbutton is the
digital input, with on/off status controlled by a user, and the LED is the digital output, with on/off
status controlled by the button. With peer-to-peer I/O on the ioLogik E2212, this operation is
mapped over Ethernet from a DI channel on one ioLogik E2212 to the DO channel on another
ioLogik E2212. Peer-to-peer I/O makes it easy for a pushbutton to have direct control of an LED in
another room, building, or even city.
The ioLogik supports peer-to-peer I/O for simple one-to-one mapping as well as one-to-many and
many-to-many mapping. A single DI channel can be mapped to up to five remote DO channels.
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Peer-to-peer I/O is configured in two steps. On the input module, a Click&Go Logic rule is defined
to stream a DI channel’s signals to one or more output modules. On the output module, a Click&Go
Logic rule is defined to receive an input module’s DI channel signals and mirror them on a DO
channel.
Configuring Input Module
The peer-to-peer I/O input module is configured using a single Click&Go rule. In the Click&Go tab,
start a new rule, select Enable peer-to-peer I/O, and then select Input channels mirror to. Click
remote IP… and enter up to five IP addresses as destinations. Each IP address should belong to an
ioLogik E2212 unit that will act as an output module for peer-to-peer I/O operation. If you wish, you
may set up additional peer-to-peer I/O rules in order to mirror input channels to more than five
destinations. If all 16 rules are used for peer-to-peer I/O, a total of 80 destination IP addresses can be
entered.
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Only DI channels that are set to DI mode can be mirrored on the output module. Peer-to-peer I/O
will not function with Event Counter channels.
The ioLogik E2212 can simultaneously act as both an input module and an output module. Input
module operation would be configured in one rule, and another rule would be used to configure
output module operation.
Configuring Output Module
The peer-to-peer I/O output module is configured using one Click&Go rule for each DO channel
that is mirroring a remote DI channel. In the Click&Go tab, start a new rule, select Enable
peer-to-peer I/O, and then select Output channel. Specify the DO channel that will mirror the
remote input channel, the IP address of the input module, and the DI channel on the input module
whose signals will be mirrored. The input module must have specified the output module’s IP
address as a destination IP.
When properly configured, the specified DO channel will mirror the signals received by the
specified remote DI channel, as if the channels were physically connected. If the remote DI
channel’s status changes to “on”, the specified DO channel’s status will change to “on”. If the
remote DI channel’s status changes to “off”, the DO channel’s status will change to “off”.
Only DO channels that are set to DO mode can mirror remote DI channels. Pulse Mode channels
cannot be used for peer-to-peer I/O operation.
Once both the input and output modules have been configured, start peer-to-peer I/O operation by
activating the rulesets on both units and providing a valid network connection to each unit.
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Working with Click&Go Rulesets
Activating the Ruleset
The rules that are displayed in the Click&Go Logic tab comprise the current ruleset, which acts as
the brain of your Active Ethernet I/O system. The ruleset must be activated for the ioLogik to
commence Active Ethernet I/O operation, as follows:
1. The ruleset must first be downloaded from ioAdmin onto the ioLogik E2212. You may do so by
clicking Download in the Ruleset Management bar.
2. After the ruleset has been downloaded, you must restart the ioLogik E2212. You may do this by
right clicking on the server name in the navigation panel in ioAdmin and selecting Restart. Do
not use the reset button, as that will load all factory defaults and erase your ruleset from
memory.
3. After the ioLogik E2212 has restarted, the ruleset must be activated. After logging into ioAdmin
as an administrator, go to the Click&Go Logic tab and click Run in the Ruleset Management bar.
The rules in the ruleset will now be active.
When the ruleset has been activated, it will remain active even when the ioLogik is disconnected
from the host computer or from the network. If the ioLogik is turned off, Active Ethernet I/O
operation will resume when it is turned back on. This allows you to use the ioLogik E2212 for
PC-independent automation.
Ruleset Management Bar
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Clear: This erases the ruleset in both ioAdmin and the ioLogik E2212.
Retrieve: This copies the ruleset from the ioLogik E2212 into ioAdmin.
Download: The copies the ruleset from ioAdmin onto the ioLogik E2212.
Run: This activates the ruleset that the ioLogik booted up with.
Stop: This de-activates the Click&Go ruleset and returns the ioLogik to normal, passive
operation.
Ruleset Import/Export
The ioLogik’s system configuration may be imported and exported. This configuration includes the
current ruleset. As you make changes to a ruleset, you may export the system configuration in order
to save that ruleset.
Application Examples
Local I/O Control
In this scenario, we have two switches, one attached to DI-0 and one attached to DO-0. Very simply,
we want DO-0 to automatically mirror DI-0’s setting. Once the ruleset is downloaded onto the
ioLogik E2212 and activated, the server handles all processing locally and there is no usage of
network or host resources.
Rule 0: IF DI-0=ON, THEN DO-0=ON
Rule 1: IF DI-0=OFF, THEN DO-0=OFF.
1. In ioAdmin, make sure that you have logged in on the Server Settings tab. Go to the Click&Go
Logic tab.
2. Double click #0 in the Rules List. The rule configuration window will appear.
3. Make sure that Enable in the upper left hand corner is checked.
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4. Select Enable Logic.
5. Select DI-0 as your condition in the first IF field, and set its value to ON.
6. Select DO-0 as your action in the first THEN field, and set its value ON.
7. Click OK.
8. Double click on #1 in the Rules List.
9. Make sure that Enable in the upper left hand corner is checked.
10. Select Enable Logic.
11. Select DI-0 as your condition in the first IF field, and set its value to OFF.
12. Select DO-0 as your action in the first THEN field, and set its value OFF.
13. Click OK.
14. Click Download on the Ruleset Management Bar.
15. Select Yes when asked to restart and wait until the ioLogik has restarted and is back on-line.
16. Log in on the Server Settings tab, then go to the Click&Go Logic tab.
17. Click Run on the Ruleset Management Bar. The RDY LED will be flashing green, showing that
the ioLogik is now operating as an Active Ethernet I/O server, using the ruleset that was just
defined.
Active I/O Messages
In this scenario, we have a switch attached to DI-0. We want the server to send a TCP message that
indicates the exact time that the switch is turned on.
Rule 0: IF DI-0=ON, THEN Message
1. In ioAdmin, make sure that you have logged in on the Server Settings tab. Go to the Click&Go
Logic tab.
2. Double click #0 in the Rules List. The rule configuration window will appear.
3. Make sure that Enable in the upper left hand corner is checked.
4. Select Enable Logic.
5.
Select DI-0 as your condition in the first IF field, and set its value to ON.
6.
Select Active Message as your action in the first THEN field.
7.
Click the memo button. The Message parameters window will appear.
8.
Click Keyword Lookup. In the Variable List that pops up, click <Server_time>.
9.
Click Save.
10. Click Download on the Ruleset Management Bar.
11. Select Yes when asked to restart and wait until the server has restarted and is back on-line.
12. Log in on the Server Settings tab, then go to the Click&Go Logic tab.
13. Click Run on the Ruleset Management Bar. The RDY LED will be flashing green, showing
that the ioLogik is now operating as an Active Ethernet I/O server, using the ruleset that was
just defined.
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Peer-to-Peer I/O
In this scenario, we are using peer-to-peer I/O to replace 2 km of I/O wiring between a control panel
and a water tank.
Before
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Input Module (192.168.127.154)
Rule 0: Send I/O status to 192.168.127.3
1. In ioAdmin, make sure that you have searched for and selected the correct ioLogik E2212 server,
at IP address 192.168.127.154. Also, make sure you are logged in on the Server Settings tab.
Go to the Click&Go Logic tab.
2. Double click #0 in the Rules List. The rule configuration window will appear.
3. Make sure that Enable in the upper left hand corner is checked.
4. Select Enable peer-to-peer I/O.
5. Select Input channels mirror to and click remote IP…
6. In the 1. Dest. IP: field, enter 192.168.127.3 and click OK to save this setting.
7. Click OK to finish configuring the rule.
8. Click Download on the Ruleset Management Bar.
9. Select Yes when asked to restart and wait until the server has restarted and is back on-line.
10. Log in on the Server Settings tab, then go to the Click&Go Logic tab.
11. Click Run on the Ruleset Management Bar. The RDY LED will be flashing green, showing that
the ioLogik is now operating as an Active Ethernet I/O server, using the ruleset that was just
defined.
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Output Module (192.168.127.3)
Rule 0: DI-0 at 192.168.127.154 mapped to DO-0
Rule 1: DI-1 at 192.168.127.154 mapped to DO-1
1. In ioAdmin, make sure that you have searched for and selected the correct ioLogik E2212 server,
at IP address 192.168.127.3. Also, make sure you are logged in on the Server Settings tab. Go
to the Click&Go Logic tab.
2. Double click #0 in the Rules List. The rule configuration window will appear.
3. Make sure that Enable in the upper left hand corner is checked.
4. Select Enable peer-to-peer I/O.
5. Select Output channel, then select DO-0 for the first field, enter 192.168.127.154 for the
second field, and select DI-0 for the third field.
6. Click OK to finish configuring the rule.
7. Double click #1 in the Rules List. The rule configuration window will appear.
8. Make sure that Enable in the upper left hand corner is checked.
9. Select Enable peer-to-peer I/O.
10. Select Output channel, then select DO-1 for the first field, enter 192.168.127.154 for the
second field, and select DI-1 for the third field.
11. Click OK to finish configuring the rule.
12. Click Download on the Ruleset Management Bar.
13. Select Yes when asked to restart and wait until the server has restarted and is back on-line.
14. Log in on the Server Settings tab, then go to the Click&Go Logic tab.
15. Click Run on the Ruleset Management Bar. The RDY LED will be flashing green, showing that
the ioLogik is now operating as an Active Ethernet I/O server, using the ruleset that was just
defined.
Sensors at the water tank will connect to digital input channels at 192.168.127.154, and the digital
output channels at 192.168.127.3 will connect to the control panel. As long as both ioLogik E2212’s
are on and connected to the network, the status of digital output channels 0 and 1 at 192.168.127.3
will be a “mirror” of input channels 0 and 1 at 192.168.127.154. Status will be updated once every
100 ms.
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Appendix A.
Liquid Crystal Display Module (LCM)
The ioLogik E2212 supports an optional detachable Liquid Crystal Display Module (LCM) for
easier field maintenance. The LCM is hot-pluggable and can be used to configure the network
settings or display other settings. When plugged in, the LCM displays the ioLogik “home page,” and
pressing any button takes you into the settings and configuration.
LCM Controls
The up and down buttons navigate between the current options. The right and left buttons enter and
exit the submenus. The center button is used when modifying settings or restarting the server.
Button
Up
Down
Function
go to the previous item
go to the next item
Left
exit the current submenu and return to the previous menu (go up one level)
Right
enter the selected submenu (go down one level)
Center
enter/exit editing mode
An “e” in the upper right hand corner of the display indicates that the parameter can be modified.
Press the center button on the LCM to modify that parameter’s settings.
LCM Options
Display
Explanation / Actions
<ioLogik E2212>
This is the default “home page” showing the IP address. Press
the down button to view the submenus.
<ioLogik E2212>
server
Enter this submenu to display information about the specific
server you are viewing:
z serial number
z name
z location
z e2212 f/w ver
z lcm f/w ver
z model name
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<ioLogik E2212>
network
LCM
Explanation / Actions
Enter this submenu to display information and settings for the
network:
z ethernet link
z mac address
z ip mode
z ip address
z netmask
z gateway
z dns server-1
z dns server-2
<ioLogik E2212>
click&go
Enter this submenu to display information about the
Click&Go Logic ruleset currently loaded on the ioLogik:
z name
z status
<ioLogik E2212>
serial port
Enter this submenu to display the RS-485 cascade port
settings.
<ioLogik E2212>
i/o setting
Enter this submenu to access I/O channel status. Here are
examples of settings that you might see:
z DI-00 [di]=off
z DO-00 [pulse]=stop
Press up or down to navigate through the different I/O
channels without having to go back to the previous menu.
<ioLogik E2212>
console
Enter this submenu to see if the web console is enabled or
disabled.
<ioLogik E2212>
ping
<ioLogik E2212>
save/restart
Select this option to enter an IP address to ping. If you get a
“timeout” error, it indicates that the ioLogik cannot reach that
IP address. Otherwise, the display will show the response
time.
Enter this submenu to display the restart now submenu. Enter
the restart now submenu to display the restart option. Press the
center button to modify this option, then select “enable” to
save changes and reboot the I/O server. The disable option has
no effect.
ATTENTION
Any configuration changes that are made through the LCM will not take effect until the ioLogik
is restarted.
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Appendix B.
Modbus/TCP Address Mappings
E2212 Modbus Mapping
0xxxx Read/Write Coils (Functions 1, 5, 15)
Reference
00001
00002
00003
00004
00005
00006
00007
00008
00009
00010
00011
00012
00013
00014
00015
00016
00017
00018
00019
00020
00021
00022
00023
00024
00025
00026
00027
00028
00029
Address
0x0000
0x0001
0x0002
0x0003
0x0004
0x0005
0x0006
0x0007
0x0008
0x0009
0x000A
0x000B
0x000C
0x000D
0x000E
0x000F
0x0010
0x0011
0x0012
0x0013
0x0014
0x0015
0x0016
0x0017
0x0018
0x0019
0x001A
0x001B
0x001C
Data Type
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
Description
CH0 DO Value 0: Off 1: On
CH1 DO Value 0: Off 1: On
CH2 DO Value 0: Off 1: On
CH3 DO Value 0: Off 1: On
CH4 DO Value 0: Off 1: On
CH5 DO Value 0: Off 1: On
CH6 DO Value 0: Off 1: On
CH7 DO Value 0: Off 1: On
CH8 DO Value 0: Off 1: On
CH9 DO Value 0: Off 1: On
CH10 DO Value 0: Off 1: On
CH11 DO Value 0: Off 1: On
CH0 DO Power On Value 0: Off 1: On
CH1 DO Power On Value 0: Off 1: On
CH2 DO Power On Value 0: Off 1: On
CH3 DO Power On Value 0: Off 1: On
CH4 DO Power On Value 0: Off 1: On
CH5 DO Power On Value 0: Off 1: On
CH6 DO Power On Value 0: Off 1: On
CH7 DO Power On Value 0: Off 1: On
CH8 DO Power On Value 0: Off 1: On
CH9 DO Power On Value 0: Off 1: On
CH10 DO Power On Value 0: Off 1: On
CH11 DO Power On Value 0: Off 1: On
CH0 DO Safe Value 0: Off 1: On
CH1 DO Safe Value 0: Off 1: On
CH2 DO Safe Value 0: Off 1: On
CH3 DO Safe Value 0: Off 1: On
CH4 DO Safe Value 0: Off 1: On
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00031
00032
00033
00034
00035
00036
00037
00038
00039
00040
00041
00042
00043
00044
00045
00046
00047
00048
00049
00050
00051
00052
00053
00054
00055
00056
00057
00058
00059
00060
00061
00062
00063
00064
00065
00066
00067
00068
00069
00070
Address
0x001D
0x001E
0x001F
0x0020
0x0021
0x0022
0x0023
0x0024
0x0025
0x0026
0x0027
0x0028
0x0029
0x002A
0x002B
0x002C
0x002D
0x002E
0x002F
0x0030
0x0031
0x0032
0x0033
0x0034
0x0035
0x0036
0x0037
0x0038
0x0039
0x003A
0x003B
0x003C
0x003D
0x003E
0x003F
0x0040
0x0041
0x0042
0x0043
0x0044
0x0045
Data Type
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
Modbus/TCP Address Mappings
Description
CH5 DO Safe Value 0: Off 1: On
CH6 DO Safe Value 0: Off 1: On
CH7 DO Safe Value 0: Off 1: On
CH8 DO Safe Value 0: Off 1: On
CH9 DO Safe Value 0: Off 1: On
CH10 DO Safe Value 0: Off 1: On
CH11 DO Safe Value 0: Off 1: On
CH0 DO Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH1 DO Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH2 DO Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH3 DO Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH4 DO Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH5 DO Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH6 DO Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH7 DO Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH8 DO Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH9 DO Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH10 DO Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH11 DO Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH0 DO PowerOn Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH1 DO PowerOn Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH2 DO PowerOn Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH3 DO PowerOn Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH4 DO PowerOn Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH5 DO PowerOn Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH6 DO PowerOn Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH7 DO PowerOn Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH8 DO PowerOn Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH9 DO PowerOn Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH10 DO PowerOn Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH11 DO PowerOn Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH0 DO Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH1 DO Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH2 DO Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH3 DO Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH4 DO Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH5 DO Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH6 DO Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH7 DO Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH8 DO Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH9 DO Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
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00072
00073
00074
00075
00076
00077
00078
00079
00080
00081
00082
00083
00084
Address
0x0046
0x0047
0x0048
0x0049
0x004A
0x004B
0x004C
0x004D
0x004E
0x004F
0x0050
0x0051
0x0052
0x0053
Data Type
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
00085
0x0054
1 bit
00086
0x0055
1 bit
00087
0x0056
1 bit
00088
0x0057
1 bit
00089
0x0058
1 bit
00090
0x0059
1 bit
00091
0x005A
1 bit
Modbus/TCP Address Mappings
Description
CH10 DO Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH11 DO Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH0 DI Counter Status 0: Off 1: On
CH1 DI Counter Status 0: Off 1: On
CH2 DI Counter Status 0: Off 1: On
CH3 DI Counter Status 0: Off 1: On
CH4 DI Counter Status 0: Off 1: On
CH5 DI Counter Status 0: Off 1: On
CH6 DI Counter Status 0: Off 1: On
CH7 DI Counter Status 0: Off 1: On
CH8 DI Counter Status 0: Off 1: On
CH9 DI Counter Status 0: Off 1: On
CH10 DI Counter Status 0: Off 1: On
CH11 DI Counter Status 0: Off 1: On
CH0 DI Clear Count Value
Read Always: 0
Write:
1: Clear counter value
0: Return Illegal Data Value
CH1 DI Clear Count Value
Read Always: 0
Write:
1: Clear counter value
0: Return Illegal Data Value
CH2 DI Clear Count Value
Read Always: 0
Write:
1: Clear counter value
0: Return Illegal Data Value
CH3 DI Clear Count Value
Read Always: 0
Write:
1: Clear counter value
0: Return Illegal Data Value
CH4 DI Clear Count Value
Read Always: 0
Write:
1: Clear counter value
0: Return Illegal Data Value
CH5 DI Clear Count Value
Read Always: 0
Write:
1: Clear counter value
0: Return Illegal Data Value
CH6 DI Clear Count Value
Read Always: 0
Write:
1: Clear counter value
0: Return Illegal Data Value
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Address
Data Type
00092
0x005B
1 bit
00093
0x005C
1 bit
00094
0x005D
1 bit
00095
0x005E
1 bit
00096
0x005F
1 bit
00097
0x0060
1 bit
00098
0x0061
1 bit
00099
0x0062
1 bit
00100
0x0063
1 bit
Modbus/TCP Address Mappings
Description
CH7 DI Clear Count Value
Read Always: 0
Write:
1: Clear counter value
0: Return Illegal Data Value
CH8 DI Clear Count Value
Read Always: 0
Write:
1: Clear counter value
0: Return Illegal Data Value
CH9 DI Clear Count Value
Read Always: 0
Write:
1: Clear counter value
0: Return Illegal Data Value
CH10 DI Clear Count Value
Read Always: 0
Write:
1: Clear counter value
0: Return Illegal Data Value
CH11 DI Clear Count Value
Read Always: 0
Write:
1: Clear counter value
0: Return Illegal Data Value
CH0 DI OverFlow Status
Read:
0: Normal
1: Overflow
Write:
0: Clear overflow status
1: Return Illegal Data Value
CH1 DI OverFlow Status
Read:
0: Normal
1: Overflow
Write:
0: Clear overflow status
1: Return Illegal Data Value
CH2 DI OverFlow Status
Read:
0: Normal
1: Overflow
Write:
0: Clear overflow status
1: Return Illegal Data Value
CH3 DI OverFlow Status
Read:
0: Normal
1: Overflow
Write:
0: Clear overflow status
1: Return Illegal Data Value
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Address
Data Type
00101
0x0064
1 bit
00102
0x0065
1 bit
00103
0x0066
1 bit
00104
0x0067
1 bit
00105
0x0068
1 bit
00106
0x0069
1 bit
00107
0x006A
1 bit
00108
0x006B
1 bit
00109
00110
00111
0x006C
0x006D
0x006E
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
Modbus/TCP Address Mappings
Description
CH4 DI OverFlow Status
Read:
0: Normal
1: Overflow
Write:
0: Clear overflow status
1: Return Illegal Data Value
CH5 DI OverFlow Status
Read:
0: Normal
1: Overflow
Write:
0: Clear overflow status
1: Return Illegal Data Value
CH6 DI OverFlow Status
Read:
0: Normal
1: Overflow
Write:
0: Clear overflow status
1: Return Illegal Data Value
CH7 DI OverFlow Status
Read:
0: Normal
1: Overflow
Write:
0: Clear overflow status
1: Return Illegal Data Value
CH8 DI OverFlow Status
Read:
0: Normal
1: Overflow
Write:
0: Clear overflow status
1: Return Illegal Data Value
CH9 DI OverFlow Status
Read:
0: Normal
1: Overflow
Write:
0: Clear overflow status
1: Return Illegal Data Value
CH10 DI OverFlow Status
Read:
0: Normal
1: Overflow
Write:
0: Clear overflow status
1: Return Illegal Data Value
CH11 DI OverFlow Status
Read:
0: Normal
1: Overflow
Write:
0: Clear overflow status
1: Return Illegal Data Value
CH0 DI Count Trigger
CH1 DI Count Trigger
CH2 DI Count Trigger
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Reference
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00113
00114
00115
00116
00117
00118
00119
00120
00121
00122
00123
00124
00125
00126
00127
00128
00129
00130
00131
00132
00133
00134
00135
00136
00137
00138
00139
00140
00141
00142
00143
00144
Address
0x006F
0x0070
0x0071
0x0072
0x0073
0x0074
0x0075
0x0076
0x0077
0x0078
0x0079
0x007A
0x007B
0x007C
0x007D
0x007E
0x007F
0x0080
0x0081
0x0082
0x0083
0x0084
0x0085
0x0086
0x0087
0x0088
0x0089
0x008A
0x008B
0x008C
0x008D
0x008E
0x008F
Data Type
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
00145
0x0090
1 bit
00146
0x0091
1 bit
Modbus/TCP Address Mappings
Description
CH3 DI Count Trigger
CH4 DI Count Trigger
CH5 DI Count Trigger
CH6 DI Count Trigger
CH7 DI Count Trigger
CH8 DI Count Trigger
CH9 DI Count Trigger
CH10 DI Count Trigger
CH11 DI Count Trigger
CH0 DI PowerOn Status 0: Off 1: On
CH1 DI PowerOn Status 0: Off 1: On
CH2 DI PowerOn Status 0: Off 1: On
CH3 DI PowerOn Status 0: Off 1: On
CH4 DI PowerOn Status 0: Off 1: On
CH5 DI PowerOn Status 0: Off 1: On
CH6 DI PowerOn Status 0: Off 1: On
CH7 DI PowerOn Status 0: Off 1: On
CH8 DI PowerOn Status 0: Off 1: On
CH9 DI PowerOn Status 0: Off 1: On
CH10 DI PowerOn Status 0: Off 1: On
CH11 DI PowerOn Status 0: Off 1: On
CH0 DI Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH1 DI Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH2 DI Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH3 DI Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH4 DI Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH5 DI Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH6 DI Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH7 DI Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH8 DI Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH9 DI Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH10 DI Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH11 DI Safe Pulse Operate Status 0: Off 1: On
CH0 DI set channel
Power-off storage enable ON/OFF
1: ON
0: OFF
CH1 DI set channel
Power-off storage enable ON/OFF
1: ON
0: OFF
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Address
Data Type
00147
0x0092
1 bit
00148
0x0093
1 bit
00149
0x0094
1 bit
00150
0x0095
1 bit
00151
0x0096
1 bit
00152
0x0097
1 bit
00153
0x0098
1 bit
00154
0x0099
1 bit
00155
0x009A
1 bit
00156
0x009B
1 bit
00157
0x009C
1 bit
Modbus/TCP Address Mappings
Description
CH2 DI set channel
Power-off storage enable ON/OFF
1: ON
0: OFF
CH3 DI set channel
Power-off storage enable ON/OFF
1: ON
0: OFF
CH4 DI set channel
Power-off storage enable ON/OFF
1: ON
0: OFF
CH5 DI set channel
Power-off storage enable ON/OFF
1: ON
0: OFF
CH6 DI set channel
Power-off storage enable ON/OFF
1: ON
0: OFF
CH7 DI set channel
Power-off storage enable ON/OFF
1: ON
0: OFF
CH8 DI set channel
Power-off storage enable ON/OFF
1: ON
0: OFF
CH9 DI set channel
Power-off storage enable ON/OFF
1: ON
0: OFF
CH10 DI set channel
Power-off storage enable ON/OFF
1: ON
0: OFF
CH11 DI set channel
Power-off storage enable ON/OFF
1: ON
0: OFF
DIO 0
1: OUTPUT
0: INPUT
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Address
Data Type
00158
0x009D
1 bit
00159
0x009E
1 bit
00160
0x009F
1 bit
Modbus/TCP Address Mappings
Description
DIO 1
1: OUTPUT
0: INPUT
DIO 2
1: OUTPUT
0: INPUT
DIO 3
1: OUTPUT
0: INPUT
1xxxx Read Only Coils (Function 2)
Reference
10001
10002
10003
10004
10005
10006
10007
10008
10009
10010
10011
10012
10013
10014
10015
10016
Address
0x0000
0x0001
0x0002
0x0003
0x0004
0x0005
0x0006
0x0007
0x0008
0x0009
0x000A
0x000B
0x000C
0x000D
0x000E
0x000F
Data Type
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
1 bit
Description
CH0 DI Value
CH1 DI Value
CH2 DI Value
CH3 DI Value
CH4 DI Value
CH5 DI Value
CH6 DI Value
CH7 DI Value
CH8 DI Value
CH9 DI Value
CH10 DI Value
CH11 DI Value
Non-active
Non-active
Non-active
Non-active
3xxxx Read Only Registers (Function 4)
Reference
30001
30002
30003
30004
30005
30006
30007
30008
30009
30010
30011
30012
Address
0x0000
0x0001
0x0002
0x0003
0x0004
0x0005
0x0006
0x0007
0x0008
0x0009
0x000A
0x000B
Data Type Description
1 word
CH0 DI Count Value Hi-Byte
1 word
CH0 DI Count Value Lo-Byte
1 word
CH1 DI Count Value Hi-Byte
1 word
CH1 DI Count Value Lo-Byte
1 word
CH2 DI Count Value Hi-Byte
1 word
CH2 DI Count Value Lo-Byte
1 word
CH3 DI Count Value Hi-Byte
1 word
CH3 DI Count Value Lo-Byte
1 word
CH4 DI Count Value Hi-Byte
1 word
CH4 DI Count Value Lo-Byte
1 word
CH5 DI Count Value Hi-Byte
1 word
CH5 DI Count Value Lo-Byte
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30014
30015
30016
30017
30018
30019
30020
30021
30022
30023
30024
Address
0x000C
0x000D
0x000E
0x000F
0x0010
0x0011
0x0012
0x0013
0x0014
0x0015
0x0016
0x0017
Modbus/TCP Address Mappings
Data Type Description
1 word
CH6 DI Count Value Hi-Byte
1 word
CH6 DI Count Value Lo-Byte
1 word
CH7 DI Count Value Hi-Byte
1 word
CH7 DI Count Value Lo-Byte
1 word
CH8 DI Count Value Hi-Byte
1 word
CH8 DI Count Value Lo-Byte
1 word
CH9 DI Count Value Hi-Byte
1 word
CH9 DI Count Value Lo-Byte
1 word
CH10 DI Count Value Hi-Byte
1 word
CH10 DI Count Value Lo-Byte
1 word
CH11 DI Count Value Hi-Byte
1 word
CH11 DI Count Value Lo-Byte
4xxxx Read/Write Registers (Functions 3, 6, 16)
Reference
40001
40002
40003
40004
40005
40006
40007
40008
40009
40010
40011
40012
40013
40014
40015
40016
40017
40018
40019
40020
40021
40022
40023
40024
40025
40026
40027
Address
0x0000
0x0001
0x0002
0x0003
0x0004
0x0005
0x0006
0x0007
0x0008
0x0009
0x000A
0x000B
0x000C
0x000D
0x000E
0x000F
0x0010
0x0011
0x0012
0x0013
0x0014
0x0015
0x0016
0x0017
0x0018
0x0019
0x001A
Data Type
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
Description
CH0 DO Pulse Output Count Value Hi-Word
CH0 DO Pulse Output Count Value Lo-Word
CH1 DO Pulse Output Count Value Hi-Word
CH1 DO Pulse Output Count Value Lo- Word
CH2 DO Pulse Output Count Value Hi- Word
CH2 DO Pulse Output Count Value Lo- Word
CH3 DO Pulse Output Count Value Hi- Word
CH3 DO Pulse Output Count Value Lo- Word
CH4 DO Pulse Output Count Value Hi- Word
CH4 DO Pulse Output Count Value Lo- Word
CH5 DO Pulse Output Count Value Hi- Word
CH5 DO Pulse Output Count Value Lo- Word
CH6 DO Pulse Output Count Value Hi- Word
CH6 DO Pulse Output Count Value Lo- Word
CH7 DO Pulse Output Count Value Hi- Word
CH7 DO Pulse Output Count Value Lo- Word
CH8 DO Pulse Output Count Value Hi- Word
CH8 DO Pulse Output Count Value Lo- Word
CH9 DO Pulse Output Count Value Hi- Word
CH9 DO Pulse Output Count Value Lo- Word
CH10 DO Pulse Output Count Value Hi- Word
CH10 DO Pulse Output Count Value Lo- Word
CH11 DO Pulse Output Count Value Hi- Word
CH11 DO Pulse Output Count Value Lo- Word
CH0 DO Pulse Low Signal Width
CH1 DO Pulse Low Signal Width
CH2 DO Pulse Low Signal Width
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40029
40030
40031
40032
40033
40034
40035
40036
40037
40038
40039
40040
40041
40042
40043
40044
40045
40046
40047
40048
40049
40050
40051
40052
40053
40054
40055
40056
40057
40058
40059
40060
40061
40062
40063
40064
40065
40066
40067
40068
Address
0x001B
0x001C
0x001D
0x001E
0x001F
0x0020
0x0021
0x0022
0x0023
0x0024
0x0025
0x0026
0x0027
0x0028
0x0029
0x002A
0x002B
0x002C
0x002D
0x002E
0x002F
0x0030
0x0031
0x0032
0x0033
0x0034
0x0035
0x0036
0x0037
0x0038
0x0039
0x003A
0x003B
0x003C
0x003D
0x003E
0x003F
0x0040
0x0041
0x0042
0x0043
Data Type
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
word
Modbus/TCP Address Mappings
Description
CH3 DO Pulse Low Signal Width
CH4 DO Pulse Low Signal Width
CH5 DO Pulse Low Signal Width
CH6 DO Pulse Low Signal Width
CH7 DO Pulse Low Signal Width
CH8 DO Pulse Low Signal Width
CH9 DO Pulse Low Signal Width
CH10 DO Pulse Low Signal Width
CH11 DO Pulse Low Signal Width
CH0 DO Pulse High Signal Width
CH1 DO Pulse High Signal Width
CH2 DO Pulse High Signal Width
CH3 DO Pulse High Signal Width
CH4 DO Pulse High Signal Width
CH5 DO Pulse High Signal Width
CH6 DO Pulse High Signal Width
CH7 DO Pulse High Signal Width
CH8 DO Pulse High Signal Width
CH9 DO Pulse High Signal Width
CH10 DO Pulse High Signal Width
CH11 DO Pulse High Signal Width
CH0 DO Mode 0: DO 1: Pulse
CH1 DO Mode 0: DO 1: Pulse
CH2 DO Mode 0: DO 1: Pulse
CH3 DO Mode 0: DO 1: Pulse
CH4 DO Mode 0: DO 1: Pulse
CH5 DO Mode 0: DO 1: Pulse
CH6 DO Mode 0: DO 1: Pulse
CH7 DO Mode 0: DO 1: Pulse
CH8 DO Mode 0: DO 1: Pulse
CH9 DO Mode 0: DO 1: Pulse
CH10 DO Mode 0: DO 1: Pulse
CH11 DO Mode 0: DO 1: Pulse
CH0 DI Count Filter
CH1 DI Count Filter
CH2 DI Count Filter
CH3 DI Count Filter
CH4 DI Count Filter
CH5 DI Count Filter
CH6 DI Count Filter
CH7 DI Count Filter
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40070
40071
40072
Address
0x0044
0x0045
0x0046
0x0047
40073
0x0048
40074
0x0049
40075
0x004A
40076
0x004B
40077
0x004C
40078
0x004D
40079
0x004E
40080
0x004F
40081
0x0050
40082
0x0051
Modbus/TCP Address Mappings
Data Type Description
word
CH8 DI Count Filter
word
CH9 DI Count Filter
word
CH10 DI Count Filter
word
CH11 DI Count Filter
CH0 DI Mode
0: DI
word
1: Count
Others: Return Illegal Data Value
CH1 DI Mode
0: DI
word
1: Count
Others: Return Illegal Data Value
CH2 DI Mode
0: DI
word
1: Count
Others: Return Illegal Data Value
CH3 DI Mode
0: DI
word
1: Count
Others: Return Illegal Data Value
CH4 DI Mode
0: DI
word
1: Count
Others: Return Illegal Data Value
CH5 DI Mode
0: DI
word
1: Count
Others: Return Illegal Data Value
CH6 DI Mode
0: DI
word
1: Count
Others: Return Illegal Data Value
CH7 DI Mode
0: DI
word
1: Count
Others: Return Illegal Data Value
CH8 DI Mode
0: DI
word
1: Count
Others: Return Illegal Data Value
CH9 DI Mode
word
0: DI
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Reference
Address
Data Type
40083
0x0052
word
40084
0x0053
word
Modbus/TCP Address Mappings
Description
1: Count
Others: Return Illegal Data Value
CH10 DI Mode
0: DI
1: Count
Others: Return Illegal Data Value
CH11 DI Mode
0: DI
1: Count
Others: Return Illegal Data Value
Function 8
Sub-function
0x0001
0x0001
0x000A
Data Field
(Request)
0xFF00
0x55AA
0x0000
Data Field
(Response)
Echo Request Data
Echo Request Data
Echo Request Data
B-13
Description
Reboot
Reset with Factory defaults
Clear Counters and Diagnostic Register
C
Appendix C.
Used Network Port Numbers
E2212 Network Port Usage
Port
68
68
69
80
161
502
4800
9020
9000
9000
Type
UDP
UDP
UDP
TCP
TCP
TCP
UDP
TCP
TCP
UDP
Usage
BOOTPC
DHCP
Export/import file
Web Server
SNMP
Modbus Communication
Auto search
Peer-to-Peer function
Active Message (Default)
Active Message (Default)
D
Appendix D.
SNMP Agents with MIB II,
RS-232-like Groups
RFC1213 MIB II Supported SNMP Variables
Moxa provides you with an SNMP to I/O solution that allows you to monitor I/O status using SNMP
software. You can find the MIB file on the CDROM.
System MIB
SysDescr
SysObjectID
SysUpTime
SysContact
SysName
SysLocation
SysServices
ifNumber
ifIndex
ifDescr
ifType
ifMtu
ifSpeed
ifPhysAddress
ifAdminStatus
ifOperStatus
ifLastChange
ifInOctets
ifInUcastPkts
ifInNUcastPkts
ifInDiscards
ifInErrors
ifInUnknownProtos
ifOutOctets
ifOutUcastPkts
ifOutNUcastPkts
ifOutDiscards
ifOutErrors
ifOutQLen
ifSpecific
ipForwarding
ipDefaultTTL
ipInreceives
ipInHdrErrors
ipInAddrErrors
ipForwDatagrams
ipInUnknownProtos
ipInDiscards
ipInDelivers
ipOutRequests
ipOutDiscards
ipOutNoRoutes
ipReasmTimeout
ipReasmReqds
ipReasmOKs
ipReasmFails
ipFragOKs
ipFragFails
ipFragCreates
ipAdEntAddr
ipAdEntIfIndex
ipAdEntNetMask
ipAdEntBcastAddr
ipAdEntReasmMaxSize
ipRouteDest
ipRouteIfIndex
ipRouteMetric1
ipRouteMetric2
ipRouteMetric3
ipRouteMetric4
ipRouteNextHop
ipRouteType
ipRouteProto
ipRouteAge
ipRouteMask
ipRouteMetric5
ipRouteInfo
IpNetToMediaIfIndex
IpNetToMediaPhysAddress
IpNetToMediaNetAddress
IpNetToMediaType
IpRoutingDiscards
Interfaces MIB
IP MIB
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SNMP Agent with MIB II
ICMP MIB
IcmpInMsgs
IcmpInErrors
IcmpInDestUnreachs
IcmpInTimeExcds
IcmpInParmProbs
IcmpInSrcQuenchs
IcmpInRedirects
IcmpInEchos
IcmpInEchoReps
IcmpInTimestamps
IcmpTimestampReps
IcmpInAddrMasks
IcmpOutMsgs
IcmpOutErrors
IcmpOutDestUnreachs
IcmpOutTimeExcds
IcmpOutParmProbs
IcmpOutSrcQuenchs
IcmpOutRedirects
IcmpOutEchos
IcmpOutEchoReps
IcmpOutTimestamps
IcmpOutTimestampReps
IcmpOutAddrMasks
IcmpOutAddrMaskReps
UdpInErrors
UdpOutDatagrams
UdpLocalAddress
UdpLocalPort
UDP MIB
UdpInDatagrams
UdpNoPorts
Address Translation MIB
AtIfIndex
AtPhysAddress
AtNetAddress
AtNetAddress
TCP MIB
tcpRtoAlgorithm
tcpRtoMin
tcpRtoMax
tcpMaxConn
tcpActiveOpens
tcpPassiveOpens
tcpAttempFails
tcpEstabResets
tcpCurrEstab
tcpInSegs
tcpOutSegs
tcpRetransSegs
tcpConnState
tcpConnLocalAddress
tcpConnLocalPort
tcpConnRemAddress
tcpConnRemPort
tcpInErrs
tcpOutRsts
snmpInGenErrs
snmpInTotalReqVars
snmpInTotalSetVars
snmpInGetRequests
snmpInGetNexts
snmpInSetRequests
snmpInGetResponses
snmpInTraps
snmpOutTooBigs
snmpOutNoSuchNames
snmpOutBadValues
snmpOutGenErrs
snmpOutGetRequests
snmpOutGetNexts
snmpOutSetRequests
snmpOutGetResponses
snmpOutTraps
snmpEnableAuthenTraps
SNMP MIB
snmpInPkts
snmpOutPkts
snmpInBadVersions
snmpInBadCommunityNames
snmpInBadCommunityUses
snmpInASNParseErrs
snmpInTooBigs
snmpInNoSuchNames
snmpInBadValues
snmpInReadOnlys
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SNMP Agent with MIB II
Moxa IO MIB
totalChannelNumber
serverModel
systemTime
firmwareVersion
DI00-Index
DI00-Type
DI00-Mode
DI00-Status
DI00-Filter
DI00-Tigger
DI01-Index
DI01-Type
DI01-Mode
DI01-Status
DI01-Filter
DI01-Tigger
DI02-Index
DI02-Type
DI02-Mode
DI02-Status
DI02-Filter
DI02-Tigger
DI03-Index
DI03-Type
DI03-Mode
DI03-Status
DI03-Filter
DI03-Tigger
DI04-Index
DI04-Type
DI04-Mode
DI04-Status
DI04-Filter
DI04-Tigger
DI05-Index
DI05-Type
DI05-Mode
DI05-Status
DI05-Filter
DI05-Tigger
DI06-Index
DI06-Type
DI06-Mode
DI06-Status
DI06-Filter
DI06-Tigger
DI07-Index
DI07-Type
DI07-Mode
DI07-Status
DI07-Filter
DI07-Tigger
DO00-Index
DO00-Type
DO00-Mode
DO00-Status
DO00-LowWidth
DO00-HighWidth
DO00-PulseStart
DO01-Index
DO01-Type
DO01-Mode
DO01-Status
DO01-LowWidth
DO01-HighWidth
DO01-PulseStart
DO02-Index
DO02-Type
DO02-Mode
DO02-Status
DO02-LowWidth
DO02-HighWidth
DO02-PulseStart
DO03-Index
DO03-Type
DO03-Mode
DO03-Status
DO03-LowWidth
DO03-HighWidth
DO03-PulseStart
DO04-Index
DO04-Type
DO04-Mode
DO04-Status
DO04-LowWidth
DO04-HighWidth
DO04-PulseStart
DO05-Index
DO05-Type
DO05-Mode
DO05-Status
DO05-LowWidth
DO05-HighWidth
DO05-PulseStart
DO06-Index
DO06-Type
DO06-Mode
DO06-Status
D-3
DO06-LowWidth
DO06-HighWidth
DO06-PulseStart
DO07-Index
DO07-Type
DO07-Mode
DO07-Status
DO07-LowWidth
DO07-HighWidth
DO07-PulseStart
DIO08-Index
DIO08-Type
DIO08-Mode
DIO08-Status
DIO08-Filter
DIO08-Tigger
DIO08-LowWidth
DIO08-HighWidth
DIO08-PulseStart
DIO09-Index
DIO09-Type
DIO09-Mode
DIO09-Status
DIO09-Filter
DIO09-Tigger
DIO09-LowWidth
DIO09-HighWidth
DIO09-PulseStart
DIO10-Index
DIO10-Type
DIO10-Mode
DIO10-Status
DIO10-Filter
DIO10-Tigger
DIO10-LowWidth
DIO10-HighWidth
DIO10-PulseStart
DIO11-Index
DIO11-Type
DIO11-Mode
DIO11-Status
DIO11-Filter
DIO11-Tigger
DIO11-LowWidth
DIO11-HighWidth
DIO11-PulseStart
E
Appendix E.
Factory Default Settings
The factory default settings for the ioLogik E2212 are as follows:
IP address:
Netmask:
Gateway:
Communication Watchdog:
192.168.127.254
255.255.0.0
None
Disable
DI Mode:
DI Safe Status:
Filter Time for Counter:
Counter Trigger Type:
Counter Status:
DI
Off
10 × 0.5mS
Lo to Hi
Stop
DO Mode:
DO Safe Status:
Pulse Low Width:
Pulse Hi Width:
No. of Pulses:
DO
Off
1
1
0 (continuous)
DIOChannel Type:
DI Safe Status:
Filter Time for Counter:
Counter Trigger Type:
Counter Status:
Counter status:
DI
Off
10 × 0.5mS
Lo to Hi
Stop
Stop
Password:
Module Name:
Module Location:
SNMP:
Community:
Contact:
Location:
“empty”
“empty”
“empty:
Enable
Public
“empty”
“empty”
F
Appendix F.
Device Wiring Diagrams
Digital Input Dry Contact
Digital Input Wet Contact
NPN Type Sensors Connection
Cable Wiring
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Cable Wiring
PNP Type Sensors Connection
Digital Output Sink Mode
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Cable Wiring
Circuit Diagrams
Digital Input Channel
Dry Contact
Wet Contact
F-3
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Cable Wiring
PNP Type Sensor Contact
NPN Type Sensor Contact
F-4
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Cable Wiring
Digital Output Channel
The DO Field Power Indication is a channel for driving the DO field power LED.
Configurable DIO Channel
F-5
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