TELINK-SNMP2 - RVR Elettronica SpA Documentation Server

TELINK-SNMP2 - RVR Elettronica SpA Documentation Server
TELINK-SNMP2
User Manual
Volume 1
Manufactured by
Italy
File Name:
TELINK-SNMP2_ITA_1.0.indb
Version:
1.0
Date:
13/03/2009
Revision history
Date
Version
13/03/2009 1.0
Reason
First Edition
Editor
P. Tassin
TELINK-SNMP2 - User Manual
Version 1.0
© Copyright 2009
R.V.R. Elettronica SpA
Via del Fonditore 2/2c - 40138 - Bologna (Italia)
Telephone: +39 051 6010506
Fax:
+39 051 6011104
Email:
[email protected]
Web:
www.rvr.it
All rights reserved
Printed and bound in Italy. No part of this manual may be reproduced,
memorized or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic
or mechanic, including photocopying, recording or by any information storage and retrieval system, without written permission of the
copyright owner.
All other trademark, trade name or logo used are the property of their
respective owners.
TELINK-SNMP2
Table of Contents
1.
2.
3.
3.1
3.2
4.
4.1
5.
5.1
5.2
5.3
6.
6.1
6.2
6.3
7.
8.
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
9.
9.1
Preliminary Instructions
Warranty
First Aid
Treatment of electrical shocks
Treatment of electrical Burns
Unpacking
General Description
Installation and configuration procedure
Preparation
First Power-On and Set-Up
Management Firmware
External Description
Front Panel
Rear Panel
Connector Description
Technical Specifications
Working Principles
Power Supply
Panel Card
Main card
SNMP ANTLAN Card
Identification and Access to the Modules
Upper View
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IMPORTANT
The symbol of lightning inside a triangle placed on the product, evidences the operations for
which is necessary gave it full attention to avoid risk of electric shocks.
The symbol of exclamation mark inside a triangle placed on the product, informs the user
about the presence of instructions inside the manual that accompanies the equipment, important for the efficacy and the maintenance (repairs).
1.
Preliminary Instructions
• General foreword
The equipment in object is to considering for uses,
installation and maintenance from “trained” or “qualified”
staff, they conscious of the risks connected to operate
on electronic and electrical circuits electrical.
The “trained” definition means staff with technical
knowledge about the use of the equipment and with
responsibility regarding the own safety and the other
not qualified staff safety place under his directed
surveillance in case of works on the equipment.
The “qualified” definition means staff with instruction and
experience about the use of the equipment and with
responsibility regarding the own safety and the other not
qualified staff safety place under his directed surveillance
in case of works on the equipment.
WARNING: The machine can be equipped with
an ON/OFF switch which could not remove completely
voltages inside the machine. It is necessary to
have disconnected the feeding cord, or to have
switched off the control panel, before to execute
technical operations, making sure himself that the
safety connection to ground is connected.
The technical interventions that expect the equipment
inspection with circuits under voltage must be carry out
from trained and
qualified staff in presence of a
second trained person that it is ready to intervene
removing voltage in case of need.
R.V.R. Elettronica SpA doesn’t assume responsibility for
injury or damage resulting from improper procedures or
practices by untrained/unqualified personnel in the handling
of this unit.
WIRING: This device has a connection to ground
on the power cord and on the chassis. Check that they
are correctly connected.
Operate with this device in a residential ambient can cause
radio disturbs; in this case, it can be demanded to the user
to take adequate measures.
Specifications and informations contained in this manual
are furnished for information only, and are subject to change
at any time without notice, and should not be construed
as a commitment by R.V.R. Elettronica SpA.
The R.V.R. Elettronica SpA assumes no responsability or
liability for any errors or inaccuracies that may appear in
this manual, including the products and software described
in it;and it reserves the right to modify the design and/or
the technical specifications of the product and this manual
without notice.
• Warning regarding the use designated and the use
limitations of the product.
This product is an transmitter radio indicated
for the audio broadcasting service in frequency
modulation. It uses working frequencies that are not
harmonized in the states of designated user.
The user of this product must obtain from the Authority
for spectrum management in the state of designated
user the appropriate authorization to use the radio
spectrum, before putting in exercise this equipment.
The working frequency, the transmitter power, let alone
other specifications of the transmission system are subject
to limitation and definited in the authorization obtained.
2.
Warranty
R.V.R. Electronics S.P.A. guarantees absence of
manufacturing defect and the good operation for the
products, within the provided terms and conditions.
WARNING: The equipment is not water resistant
and an infiltration could seriously compromise
its correct operation. In order to prevent fires or
electric shocks, do not expose the equipment to rain,
infiltrations or humidity.
Please read the terms carefully, because the purchase of
the product or acceptance of order confirmation, constitutes
acceptance of the terms and conditions.
Please observe all local codes and fire protection standards
during installation and use of this unit.
Warranty will be void in cases of opened products, physical
damage, misuse, modification, repair by unauthorised
persons, carelessness and using the product for other
purpose than its intended use.
WARNING: The equipment has to its inside
exposed parts to risk of electric shock, always
disconnect power before opening covers or removing
any part of this unit.
Fissures and holes are supplied for the ventilation in order
to assure a reliable efficacy of the product that for protect
itself from excessive heating, these fissures do not have
to be obstructed or to be covered. The fissures doesn’t be
obstructed in no case. The product must not be incorporated
in a rack, unless it is supplied with a suitable ventilation or
that the manufacturer’s instructions are been followed.
WIRING: This equipment can irradiate radio
frequency energyand if it’s not installed following
the instructions contained in the manual and local
regulations it could generate interferences in radio
communications.
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For the last legal terms and conditions, please visit our web
site (WWW.RVR.IT) wich may also be changed, removed
or updated for any reason without prior notice.
In case of defect, proceed like described in the following:
1
Contact the dealer or distributor where you purchased
the unit. Describe the problem and, so that a possible
easy solution can be detected.
Dealers and Distributors are supplied with all the information
about problems that may occur and usually they can repair
the unit quicker than what the manufacturer could do. Very
often installing errors are discovered by dealers.
2
If your dealer cannot help you, contact R.V.R. Elettronica
and explain the problem. If it is decided to return the
unit to the factory, R.V.R. Elettronica will mail you a
regular authorization with all the necessary instructions
to send back the goods;
3
When you receive the authorization, you can return the
unit. Pack it carefully for the shipment, preferably using
the original packing and seal the package perfectly.
The customer always assumes the risks of loss (i.e.,
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R.V.R. is never responsible for damage or loss), until
the package reaches R.V.R. premises. For this reason,
we suggest you to insure the goods for the whole value.
Shipment must be effected C.I.F. (PREPAID) to the
address specified by R.V.R.’s service manager on the
authorization
DO NOT RETURN UNITS WITHOUT OUR
AUTHORIZATION AS THEY WILL BE REFUSED
4
Be sure to enclose a written technical report where
mention all the problems found and a copy of your
original invoice establishing the starting date of the
warranty.
Figure 5
Replacement and warranty parts may be ordered from
the following address. Be sure to include the equipment
model and serial number as well as part description and
part number.
R.V.R. Elettronica SpA
Via del Fonditore, 2/2c
40138 BOLOGNA ITALY
Tel. +39 051 6010506
3.
3.1.2
First Aid
The personnel employed in the installation, use and
maintenance of the device, shall be familiar with theory and
practice of first aid.
3.1
3.1.1
Treatment of electrical shocks
If the victim is not responsive
Follow the A-B-C’s of basic life support.
•
Place victim flat on his backon a hard
surface.
•
Open airway: lift up neck, push forehead back
3.2
3.2.1
•
In case of only one rescuer, 15 compressions
alternated to two breaths.
•
If there are two rescuers, the rythm shall be of
one brath each 5 compressions.
•
Do not interrupt the rythm of compressions
when the second person is giving breath.
•
Call for medical assistance as soon as
possible.
If victim is responsive
•
Keep them warm.
•
Keep them as quiet as possible.
•
Loosen their clothing (a reclining position is
recommended).
•
Call for medical help as soon as possible.
Treatment of electrical Burns
Extensive burned and broken skin
•
Cover area with clean sheet or cloth.
•
Do not break blisters, remove tissue, remove
adhered particles of clothing, or apply any
salve or ointment.
•
Treat victim for shock as required.
•
Arrange transportation to a hospital as quickly
as possible.
•
If arms or legs are affected keep them
elevated.
(Figure 1).
Figure 1
•
clear out mouth if necessary and observe for
breathing
•
if not breathing, begin artificial breathing
(Figure 2): tilt head, pinch nostrils, make airtight
seal, four quick full breaths. Remember mouth
to mouth resuscitation must be commenced as
soon as possible.
If medical help will not be available within an hour and
the victim is conscious and not vomiting, give him a weak
solution of salt and soda: 1 level teaspoonful of salt and
1/2 level teaspoonful of baking soda to each quart of water
(neither hot or cold).
Allow victim to sip slowly about 4 ounces (half a glass) over
a period of 15 minutes.
Discontinue fluid if vomiting occurs.
DO NOT give alcohol.
3.2.2
Figure 2
•
Check carotid pulse (Figure 3); if pulse is
absent, begin artificial circulation (Figure 4)
depressing sternum (Figure 5).
Figure 3
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Less severe burns
•
Apply cool (not ice cold) compresses using the
cleansed available cloth article.
•
Do not break blisters, remove tissue, remove
adhered particles of clothing, or apply salve or
ointment.
•
Apply clean dry dressing if necessary.
•
Treat victim for shock as required.
•
Arrange transportation to a hospital as quickly
as possible.
•
If arms or legs are affected keep them
elevated.
Figure 4
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4. Unpacking
The package contains:
1 TELINK-SNMP2
1 User Manual
1 Mains Power Cable
The following accessories are also available from Your R.V.R. Dealer:
•
4.1
Accessories, spare parts and cables
General Description
The TELINK-SNMP2, manufactured by R.V.R. Elettronica SpA, is an SNMP
telemetry interface via LAN that can be connected to all standard equipment
manufactured by RVR.
The TELINK-SNMP2 have been designed for installation in a 1HE box for 19”
rack.
Two major features of TELINK-SNMP2 are compact design and user-friendliness.
Design is based on a modular concept: the different functions are performed by
modules that, for the most part, are connected through male and female connectors
or through flat cables terminated by connectors. This design facilitates maintenance
and module replacement.
The TELINK-SNMP2 is an interface endowed with a microcomputer and a resident
RTOS operating system specialized in the simultaneous management of data
passing between 4 serial ports.
The TELINK-SNMP2 opens the standard telemetry channel of RVR, available on
connector DB9 and normally connected to high-level telemetry systems of station
like ANTLAN, SNMP.
It also include a Web Server that allows to be connected in ethernet network and
to be explored by MIB browser. Supports E-mail messages to report possibly
system errors.
The SNMP protocol is managed by a DSP at 120 MHz inside the TELINKSNMP2.
The Web server port can be connected to internet network and through a DNS link,
the TELINK-SNMP2 can be interrogated by an IP address (i.e. 192.168.0.167).
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All signals and the power supply are provided with connectors for a quick
replacement.
The power supply is galvanically isolated and the signals are filtered to have an
high immunity to RF disturbances.
In rear panel there are ten led to a complete synoptic on the serial line traffic and
diagnosis on error type.
TELINK-SNMP2 is equipped with watchdog hardware to reset the equipment
automatically in case of abnormal stop of processor or in case of lowering below
the threshold about power supply voltage.
TELINK-SNMP2 has a “simulation” modality that allows to connect an ANTLAN
system regularly to TELINK-SNMP2 and reading the virtual value (test of the
protocol and network).
The rear panel features the mains input connector, as well as the telemetry input
connector, the dip-switch for the configuration of the Main card and the programming
connector both for the Main card and for the SNMP ANTLAN card.
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5.
Installation and configuration procedure
This section provides a step-by-step description of equipment installation and
configuration procedure. Follow these procedures closely upon first power-on
and each time any change is made to general configuration, such as when a new
transmission station is added or the equipment is replaced.
Once the desired configuration has been set up, no more settings are required
for normal operation; at each power-up (even after an accidental shutdown),
the equipment defaults to the parameters set during the initial configuration
procedure.
The topics covered in this section are discussed at greater length in the next
sections, with detailed descriptions of all hardware and firmware features and
capabilities. Please see the relevant sections for additional details.
IMPORTANT: when configuring and testing the transmitter in which this telemetry
unit is integrated, be sure to have the Final Test Table supplied with the equipment
ready at hand throughout the whole procedure; the Final Test Table lists all
operating parameters as set and tested at the factory.
5.1
5.1.1
Preparation
Preliminary checks
Unpack the exciter and immediately inspect it for transport damage. Ensure that
all connectors are in perfect condition.
Provide for the following (applicable to operating tests and putting into service):
√ Mains power supply, 230 VAC (-15% / +10%), with adequate earth
connection.
√ Connection cable kit including:
•
Mains power cable;
•
Telemetry signal cable (cable with DB9 connector, not included);
•
Crossover RS232 cable (cable with DB9 connector, not included) for direct
connection to PC;
•
Ethernet cable (cable with RJ45 connector, not included) for connection to
ADSL router or LAN network;
•
Crossover Ethernet cable (cable with RJ45 connector, not included) for direct
connection to PC.
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5.1.2
Connections
1) Connect the RS232 output of transmitter to the RS232 input of the TELINKSNMP2 interface, through the RS232 cable.
Note : If you intend to connect it directly to a PC, it is necessary to use a crossover
RS232 cable (i.e. when you need to program the Main card). This is a basic
prerequisite to ensure equipment correct operation.
2) Connect the ETHERNET output of TELINK-SNMP2 interface to the appropriate
input of your ADSL router or LAN network. If the connecting device is different,
identify an equivalent.
Note : If you intend to connect it directly to a PC, it is necessary to use a crossover
ethernet cable (i.e. when you need to program the SNMP ANTLAN card). This is
a basic prerequisite to ensure equipment correct operation.
3) Connect the network cable to the relevant MAINS VOLTAGE connector on
TELINK-SNMP2 interface.
5.2
First Power-On and Set-Up
Perform this procedure upon first power-up and each time you make changes to
the configuration this component is integrated into.
5.2.1
Web User Interface (WUI)
Once all connections previously described are performed, the equipment is ready
for commissioning.
The WUI (Web User Interface) allows you to adjust, modify or display the
configuration variables such as IP, netmask and gateway address. Follow the
procedure below to open the WUI:
1) Open your web browser on your PC, and connect to http://192.168.0.167
address to connect to the WUI (if LAN IP address was previously modified, it
is necessary to use the new one). At this point the following page opens.
By factory the RVR uses the following adjustments:
•
•
•
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IP address:
192.168.0.167
Netmask address: 255.255.255.0
Gateway address: 192.168.0.1
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Menu 1
Nota : If address http://192.168.0.167 does not work, check and set IP address
as 192.168.0.XXX (where XXX is a figure between 0 and 255, excluding 167 that
is TELINK-SNMP2 interface default address). To change the IP address, follow
the instructions in the manual or in the online guide and technical help, specific
for the Operating System you use.
2) Modify the parameters in accordance with the own needs.
3) Now interface is ready to remotely read data and modify the various settings
of the equipment.
5.2.2
SNMP telemetry
SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) is a worlwide protocol that allows
the management and supervision of the equipment connected to the network.
Measurements and commands are described by a MIB (Management Information
Base), which is a list of OID (Object Identifier). Each OID is a variable that can
be written (SET) or read (GET) through a NMS (Network Management System)
compatible with SNMP.
The MIB is a text file written in ASN.1 and it is imported from the NMS in order to
know what OID can be expected by the AGENT (proxy card, alias SNMP ANTLAN
in this case) and how to interpret the information received.
On request, the MIB may be associated with the transmission of e-mail.
Note : The user can not freely distribute the MIB, unless written authorization
issued by the manufacturer. The MIB is property of the manufacturer.
The SNMP version used in this application is the v2, and is compatible with all
NMS systems.
Here is the list of MIB necessary for equipments of RVR equipments:
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Menu 2
Nota : Use a MIB BROWSER (not included) to use the MIB of RVR equipments.
These are usually provided in an accompanying CD with the system in which the
TELINK-SNMP2 is installed.
5.3
5.3.1
Management Firmware
Reading and Settings of Measurement
Each transmitter has a range of measures that can be read. Please refer to MIB
for a detailed description of each measurement. The transmitter has an SCI (Serial
Communication Interface) owner, that reads and stores the telemetry data in the
Main card. The Main card then sends the data to the ANTLAN SNMP card for
formatting/analysis which finally export the data obtained as SNMP.
In the following you can find the list of typical measures of transmitter. For simplicity
are shown only those related to 10kW transmitter, but the same tree is also used
to power different transmitters.
Nota : In the following examples is used a MIB browser of ANTGroup, but any
MIB Browser can be used.
The MIB are specified the range and description of each variable, in this case the
forward power and possible alarms, which are reported into the description box at
the end. If the READ ONLY and MANDATORY conditions are present, they mean
that the value is been obtained.
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Menu 3
Each input is associated to a tree for alarms settings. The tree for alarms settings
(or trap settings) can be found in section 110 of each subtree.
The adjustment of the class is not used in this release. For each analog
measurement can be set:
•
The maximum value (MAX) is the fixed point beyond which is sent a TRAP.
•
The minimum value (MIN) is the fixed point below which is sent a TRAP.
•
The hysteresis value is a nominal value that the system adds (or subtracts) to
real value in order to exit from alarm condition.
In other words, it is helpful to avoid situations of continuous alarm, if readout
is very close to the set point alarm.
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Hysteresis area
Menu 4
As you can see the hysteresis is a protected area in which the alarm is not sent,
when the value exceeds the minimum value (MIN) when there is no alarm or the
maximum value (MAX) alarm is active, the minimum value (MIN) alarm is set. To
exit the MIN alarm condition, the value should be equal to the MIN value plus the
value of hysteresis.
Note : the hysteresis value must be less than ½ referred to distance between the
minimum value (MIN) and maximum value (MAX).
An example of an analog alarm setting, are included in the following section in
the SNMP tree:
Menu 5
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5.3.2
Reading and Settings of Status
Similarly to measurements described in the previous chapter, each transmitter has
a range of states that can be read. Please refer to MIB for a detailed description of
each measurement. The transmitter has an SCI (Serial Communication Interface)
owner, that reads and stores the telemetry data in the Main card. The Main card
then sends the data to the ANTLAN SNMP card for formatting/analysis which
finally export the data obtained as SNMP.
Menu 5
Each input is associated to the tree of alarms settings. Similarly to measurements
described in the previous chapter, the structure for alarms settings (or trap settings)
can be found in section 110 of each subtree.
For each analog measurement can be set a maximum (MAX) and minimum value
(MIN). The adjustment of the class is not used in this release.
For each value state there is a alarm setting group that allows you to:
•
Enable/disable the send of TRAP.
•
Send TRAP only when the alarm state happens.
•
Send TRAP only when the alarm state re-enters .
•
Send TRAP when the alarm state happens or re-enters.
Menu 6
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Menu 7
As you can see from the menus above, the operation mode is adjustable.
5.3.3
TRAP sending\
The telemetry system is capable to sending TRAP up to
five different addresses. Different addresses can be set using the OID in major MIB, in this
case:
•
IP address.
•
Destination port.
Menu 8
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Similarly to readings and settings of the measurements, the commands have a
set of OID that are only in writing mode. For each transmitter, the MIB exports a
specific set of OID.
The controls can regulate ON/OFF: to activate (ON) the user must send a “2” as
value for the disabled (OFF) the user must send a “1” as value. No other values
are accepted as a command.
Usually the commands are one-shot toggle. In other words, if the transmitter is
turn “ON” (value “2” to set-transmitter-on-10ksd), the next command is a turn
“OFF” (value “2” set-transmitter-off-10ksd ) and not a disable “ON” (value “1” to
set-transmitter-on-10ksd).
Menu 9
5.3.5
Proxy Serial Communication
There are a set of OID that monitoring the serial communication between the
ANTLAN SNMP card and the Main card equipped inside the telemetry unit.
The user can set the system so that all measures are sent to 0 when the serial
communication fails. In this case is also issued a TRAP.
Menù 10
TRAP settings:
Menù 11
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6. External Description
This section describes the components found on the front and rear panel of
TELINK-SNMP2.
6.1
Front Panel
Figure 6.1
[1] DC OUT
[2] MAINS LINE
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Green LED - Lit on when the power supply works and cards feed
correctly.
Green LED - Lit on when the telemetry unit is feeded by mains.
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6.2
Rear Panel
Figure 6.2
[1] GROUND
[2] FUSE BLOCK
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
PLUG
24 VDC IN24 VDC IN+
RS232
[7] PROG.
[8] DIPSWITCH 1
[9] DIPSWITCH 2
[10] LAN
[11]
[12] DC PLUG
[13] SERVICE
[14] SYNOPTIC 1
[15] SYNOPTIC 2
[16] ETHERNET
[17] SYNOPTIC 3
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Ground connection.
Fuse carrier.Use a screwdriver to access the fuse. Contains two
general protection fuses rated 2 A.
VDE plug for mains power supply.
Not used.
Not used.
DB9 connector for direct serial communications in RS232 standard
with the equipments under telemetry.
RJ45 connector for programmation of TELINK in RS485 standard
(configuration) and firmware upgrade.
Dip switch to regulate the TELINK card (for configuration read the
TELINK user manual).
Dip switch to regulate the TELINK card (for configuration read the
TELINK user manual).
Not used.
Not used.
Not used.
DB9 connector for interconnection in RS232 standard with PC for
programmation and e drivers upload for TANT137 card.
LEDs for information about the status of communications in RS232
and RS485 standards (chap. 8.4.2).
LEDs for information about the status of the card (chap. 8.4.2).
RJ45 connctor for communication with LAN network.
LEDs for information about the status of ETHERNET connector
(chap. 8.4.2).
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6.3
6.3.1
Connector Description
RS232
Type: DB9 Male
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
6.3.2
N.C.
RxD
TxD
N.C.
GND
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
SERVICE
Type: DB9 female
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
6.3.3
DCD
RxD
TxD
DTR
GND
DSR
RTS
CTS
RI
PROG.
Type: RJ45 female
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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N.C.
TxD
RxD
DTR
GND
+5VDC
N.C.
N.C.
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6.3.4
ETHERNET
Type: RJ45 female
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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TX+
TXRX+
N.C.
N.C.
RXN.C.
N.C.
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7. Technical Specifications
Parameters
TELINK-SNMP2
GENERALS
Primary Power
Phisical Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weigh
Environmental working temperature
Cooling type
230 VAC ±15%
483 x 44 x 300 mm
4 kg
-10 to + 50 °C
Forced with internal fans
INPUT
Analog
-
Digital/Analog
-
Relay
-
RS232
RS485
IIC BUS
Yes
RJ 45 (LAN)
Yes
OUTPUTS
INTERFACE
Yes
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STANDARD COMPLIANCE
Safety
EMC
Spectrum Optimization
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TELINK-SNMP2
8. Working Principles
A schematic view of the modules and connections making up the TELINK-SNMP2
with the telemetry board is shown in figure 8.1.
Figure 8.1
A brief description of each module’s functions is given below, whereas the complete
diagrams and layout of the cards are given in the “Technical Appendix” Vol.2.
8.1
Power Supply
The power supply on this amplifier, provides to RF power module a DC voltage of
24 V with a maximum current of 2,1 A.
It is based on transformer technology at 50/60 Hz, and it is made up of the following
components:
8.2
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Service fuses
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Service transformer
Panel Card
The panel card contains elements that are used to interface with the user (LED).
It provides information on the correct power supply of telink TELINK-SNMP2.
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8.3
Main card
This card is an interface endowed of microcomputer with a RISC microprocessor and
a resident RTOS operating system specialized in the simultaneous management
of data passing between serial ports.
It also include a Web Server that allows to be connected in ethernet network and
explored by a standard browser tlike Explorer or similar (HTML function). The
TCP/IP, Telnet, http, SNMP, XML/RSS, HTTPS/SSL/SSH protocols are managed
by a DSP at 120 MHz inside the card.
The Web server port can be connected to internet network and through a DNS
link, the Main card can be interrogated with a unique name of the station instead
of IP address (i.e. from internet radio_rvr_spa.it instead xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx).
More information about use, configuration of Dip-Switches on rear panel and
configuration of this card are given in the TELINK user manual, while information
on use of the Web server are given in chapter 5.2.1.
8.4
SNMP ANTLAN Card
The card converts SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) over Ethernet
in ANTLAN protocol on RS232 or RS485.
It acts as an SNMP agent executing the translation of all the properties of the serial
communication protocol (RS232 or RS485), located on board of equipment, as
SNMP. It can make available the data as an OID (Object Identifier) programmable
over Ethernet.
The control center displays the data as if it were read on the RS485 port or parallel
I/O port.
8.4.1
Dip-Switches Regulation
In the center of the card there is a dip-switch, the informations on the settings of
each switch are given below.
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Figure 8.2
8.4.2
1.
Always OFF (no change)
2.
Always ON (no change)
3.
ON: for software upgrade
OFF: normal operation
4.
ON: debug mode
OFF: normal operation
5.
ON: dual exciter transmitter
OFF: single exciter transmitter
6&7.
6:OFF
6:ON
6:OFF
8.
Reserved for future use
7: OFF
7: OFF
7: ON
10kW transmitter
5kW transmitter
2kW transmitter
Synoptics LED Identification
On the back of the card, visible from rear panel, are located 2 synoptics LED
panels. Information is available below.
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SYNOPTIC 1 (note [14] - fig. 6.2)
RX RS232
Green Led - Blinks during data reception in RS232 standard on
connector internally connected with Main card.
RX RS485
Green Led - Blinks during data reception in RS485 standard on
connector internally connected with Main card.
TX RS232
Green Led - Blinks during data transmission in RS232 standard
on connector internally connected with Main card.
TX RS485
Green Led - Blinks during data transmission in RS485 standard
on connector internally connected with Main card.
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SYNOPTIC 2 (note [15] - fig. 6.2)
Green Led - Lit on identifies the correct feeding of card.
Green Led - Lit on indentifies malfunctions on hardware.
Green Led - Blink identifies the proper functioning of watchdog
on card.
SNMP
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Green Led - Blink during a SNMP interrogation ended
successfully.
SYNOPTIC 3 (note [17] - fig. 6.2)
RTX
Yellow Led - Blinks during data reception on ETHERNET
connector.
LINK
Yellow Led - Blinks during data transmission on ETHERNET
connector.
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9. Identification and Access to the Modules
The TELINK-SNMP2 is made up of various modules linked to each other through
connectors so as to make maintenance and any required module replacement
easier.
9.1
Upper View
The figure below shows the equipment upper view with the various components
pointed out.
Figure 9.1
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
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Panel Card (SL164PC1001)
Power Supply (PSS8JX-05024CD)
Main Card (SL171IN3002)
SNMP ANTLAN Card (TANT137)
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