TCP/IP-INT-PTX - RVR Elettronica SpA Documentation Server

TCP/IP-INT-PTX - RVR Elettronica SpA Documentation Server
TCP/IP-INT-PTX
User Manual
Volume 1
Manufactured by
Italy
File Name:
03_TCP_IP-INT-PTX_ING_1.0.indd
Version:
1.0
Date:
28/09/2007
Revision History
Date
Version
28/09/2007 1.0
Reason
First Edition
Editor
J. H. Berti
TCP_IP-INT-PTX - User Manual
Version 1.0
© Copyright 2007
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.
TCP/IP-INT-PTX
Table of Contents
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2.
3.
3.1
3.2
4.
4.1
5.
5.1
5.2
5.3
6.
6.1
6.2
6.3
7.
7.1
Preliminary Instructions
Warranty
First Aid
Electric shock treatment
Treatment of electric burns
Unpacking General Description
Installation and configuration procedure
Preparation
First Power-On and Set-Up
Management Software
External Description
Front Panel
Rear Panel
Connector Pinouts
Technical Specifications
Electrical Specifications
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IMPORTANT
The lightning flash with arrowhead, within a triangle, is intended to alert the user of the presence
of dangerous voltage that may constitute a risk of electric shock.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the equipment.
1. Preliminary Instructions
WARNING: This equipment is fitted with earth
connections both in the power cord and for the chassis.
Make sure both are properly connected.
• General Warnings
Operation of this equipment in a residential area may cause
radio interference, in which case the user may be required
to take adequate measures.
This equipment should only be operated, installed and
maintained by “trained” or “qualified” personnel who are familiar
with risks involved in working on electric and electronic circuits.
“Trained” means personnel who have technical knowledge of
equipment operation and who are responsible for their own
safety and that of other unqualified personnel placed under
their supervision when working on the equipment.
“Qualified” means personnel who are trained in and
experienced with equipment operation and who are
responsible for their own safety and that of other unqualified
personnel placed under their supervision when working on
the equipment.
The specifications and data contained herein are provided
for information only and are subject to changes without prior
notice. R.V.R. Elettronica SpA disclaims all warranties,
express or implied.While R.V.R. Elettronica SpA attempts to
provide accurate information, it cannot accept responsibility
or liability for any errors or inaccuracies in this manual,
including the products and the software described herein.
R.V.R. Elettronica SpA reserves the right to make changes
to equipment design and/or specifications and to this manual
at any time without prior notice.
WARNING: Residual voltage may be present inside
the equipment even when the ON/OFF switch is set to
Off. Before servicing the equipment, disconnect the
power cord or switch off the main power panel and
make sure the safety earth connection is connected.
Some service situations may require inspecting the
equipment with live circuits. Only trained and qualified
personnel may work on the equipment live and shall be
assisted by a trained person who shall keep ready to
disconnect power supply at need.
R.V.R. Elettronica SpA shall not be liable for injury to
persons or damage to property resulting from improper use
or operation by trained/untrained and qualified/unqualified
persons.
WARNING: The equipment is not water resistant.
Any water entering the enclosure might impair proper
operation. To prevent the risk of electrical shock or
fire, do not expose this equipment to rain, dripping or
moisture.
Please observe local codes and fire prevention rules when
installing and operating this equipment.
WARNING: This equipment contains exposed
live parts involving an electrical shock hazard. Always
disconnect power supply before removing any covers
or other parts of the equipment.
Ventilation slits and holes are provided to ensure reliable
operation and prevent overheating; do not obstruct or
cover these slits. Do not obstruct the ventilation slits under
any circumstances. The product must not be incorporated
in a rack unless adequate ventilation is provided or the
manufacturer’s instructions are followed closely.
WA R N I N G : T h i s e q u i p m e n t c a n r a d i a t e
radiofrequency energy and, if not installed in compliance
with manual instructions and applicable regulations,
may cause interference with radio communications.
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• Notice concerning product intended purpose and use
limitations.
This product is a radio transmitter suitable for frequencymodulation audio radio broadcasting. Its operating
frequencies are not harmonised in designated user countries.
Before operating this equipment, user must
obtain a licence to use radio spectrum from the
competent authority in the designated user country.
Operating frequency, transmitter power and other
characteristics of the transmission system are subject to
restrictions as specified in the licence.
2. Warranty
La R.V.R. Elettronica S.P.A. warrants this product to be free
from defects in workmanship and its proper operation subject
to the limitations set forth in the supplied Terms and Conditions.
Please read the Terms and Conditions carefully, as purchase
of the product or acceptance of the order acknowledgement
imply acceptance of the Terms and Conditions.
For the latest updated terms and conditions, please visit our web
site at WWW.RVR.IT. The web site may be modified, removed
or updated for any reason whatsoever without prior notice.
The warranty will become null and void in the event the
product enclosure is opened, the product is physically
damaged, is repaired by unauthorised persons or is used for
purposes other than its intended use, as well as in the event
of improper use, unauthorised changes or neglect. In the event a defect is found, follow this procedure:
1 Contact the seller or distributor who sold the equipment;
provide a description of the problem or malfunction for
the event a quick fix is available.
Sellers and Distributors can provide the necessary
information to troubleshoot the most frequently encountered
problems. Normally, Sellers and Distributors can offer a
faster repair service than the Manufacturer would. Please
note that Sellers can pinpoint problems due to wrong
installation.
2 If your Seller cannot help you, contact R.V.R.
Elettronica and describe the problem; if our staff deems
it appropriate, you will receive an authorisation to return
the equipment along with suitable instructions;
3 When you have received the authorisation, you may
return the unit. Pack the unit carefully before shipment;
use the original packaging whenever possible and seal
the package perfectly. The customer bears all risks of
loss (i.e., R.V.R. shall not be liable for loss or damage)
until the package reaches the R.V.R. factory. For this
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reason, we recommend insuring the goods for their full
value. Returns must be sent on a C.I.F. basis (PREPAID)
to the address stated on the authorisation as specified
by the R.V.R. Service Manager.
Units returned without a return authorisation may
be rejected and sent back to the sender.
4 Be sure to include a detailed report mentioning all
problems you have found and copy of your original
invoice (to show when the warranty period began) with
the shipment.
3.1.2
Please send spare and warranty replacement parts orders to
the address provided below. Make sure to specify equipment
model and serial number, as well as part description and
quantity.
R.V.R. Elettronica SpA
Via del Fonditore, 2/2c
40138 BOLOGNA ITALY
Tel. +39 051 6010506
3. First Aid
All personnel engaged in equipment installation, operation
and maintenance must be familiar with first aid procedures
and routines.
3.1
Electric shock treatment
3.1.1
If the victim is unconscious
Lay the victim down on his/her back on a firm
surface.
•
the neck and tilt the head backwards to free
One rescuer: give 2 quick rescue breaths after
each 15 compressions.
•
Two rescuers: one rescue breath after each 5
compressions.
•
Do not stop chest compressions while giving
artificial breathing.
•
Call for medical help as soon as possible.
If the victim is conscious
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Cover victim with a blanket.
•
Try to reassure the victim.
•
Loosen the victim’s clothing and have him/her
lie down.
•
Call for medical help as soon as possible.
3.2
Treatment of electric burns
3.2.1
Large burns and broken skin
Follow the first aid procedures outlined below.
•
•
•
Cover affected area with a clean cloth or
linen.
•
Do not break any blisters that have formed;
remove any clothing or fabric that is stuck to
the skin; apply adequate ointment.
•
Administer adequate treatment for the type of
accident.
•
Get the victim to a hospital as quickly as
possible.
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Elevate arms and legs if injured.
If medical help is not available within an hour, the victim is
conscious and is not retching, administer a solution of table
salt and baking soda (one teaspoon of table salt to half
teaspoon of baking soda every 250 ml of water).
the airway system (Figure 1).
Have the victim slowly drink half a glass of solution for four
times during a period of 15 minutes.
Stop at the first sign of retching.
Do not administer alcoholic beverages.
Figure 1
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If needed, open the victim’s mouth and check
for breathing.
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If there is no breathing, start artificial respiration
without delay (Figure 2) as follows: tilt the head
backwards, pinch the nostrils, seal your mouth
around the victim’s mouth and give four fast
rescue breaths.
3.2.2 Minor burns
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Apply cold (not ice cold) strips of gauze or
dress wound with clean cloth.
•
Do not break any blisters that have formed;
remove any clothing or fabric that is stuck to
the skin; apply adequate ointment.
•
If needed, have the victim change into clean,
dry clothing.
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Administer adequate treatment for the type of
accident.
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Get the victim to a hospital as quickly as
possible.
Elevate arms and legs if injured.
Figure 2
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Check for heartbeat (Figure 3); if there is
no heartbeat, begin chest compressions
immediately (Figure 4) placing your hands in
the centre of the victim’s chest (Figure 5).
Figure 3
Figure 4
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4. Unpacking
The package contains:
1 TCP/IP-INT-PTX
1 User Manual
1 Wall-mounted power supply
The following accessories are also available from Your R.V.R. Dealer:
• Accessories, spare parts and cables
4.1 General Description
The TCP/IP-INT-PTX is a TCP/IP interface that makes available the telemetry of
exciters by R.V.R. Elettronica SpA on the internet, by means of connections with
LAN/Ethernet networks 10Base-T. They are designed to be housed in a small rack
(95 x 72 x 32 mm) in metal frame.
The TCP/IP-INT-PTX connects an exciter of the PTX-LCD series (16bit version)
preset for the telemetry through RS232 serial port.
The TCP/IP-INT-PTX uses a 16bit DSP, that is the ideal solution to adjust the device
to the specific connection needs, it also implements the protocols to exchange
data through the Internet, such as ARP & DHCP to assign IP addresses, or like
the conformity to RFC for TCP/IP applications (such as HTTP, FTP server or email).
An important feature of the TCP/IP-INT-PTX is the extreme user-friendliness of
the control system that allows interaction with user and implements the following
functions, via a web browser:
• Remote setting of the output power, operating frequency and power output by
the transmitter connected to the TCP/IP interface.
• Displaying of the work parameters of the transmitter connected to the TCP/IP
interface.
• Alarm display and settings.
• TCP/IP interface display and settings.
• Communications with external devices, such as ADSL router or PC or LAN
networks, through Ethernet cable.
Status is indicated by three LEDs available on the front panel: ON, ALARMS
CHECK, WEB SERVER MANAGER.
Panel includes network input connectors, RS232 serial port for communication
with the telemetry of connected exciter and RJ45 output connector for connection
to the network.
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5. Installation and configuration procedure
This section provides a step-by-step description of device 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
device 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.
5.1 Preparation
5.1.1 Preliminary checks
Unpack the TCP/IP interface 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):
√ Connection cable kit including:
• Wall-mounted power supply;
• Cable for connection of the exciter telemetry signal (RS232 serial port);
• Ethernet cable (not included) for connection to an ADSL router or LAN
network;
or
• Crossover Ethernet cable (not included) for connection to an ADSL router or
LAN network.
5.1.2 Connections
1) Connect transmitter RS232 output to TCP/IP interface SERIAL 1 input, through
the RS232 cable.
2) Connect the TCP/IP interface NETWORK output to the relevant input of its
ADSL router or LAN network. If your connection equipment is different, identify
an equivalent output.
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Note : If you intend to connect it directly to a PC, it is necessary to use a
crossover ethernet cable. This is a basic prerequisite to ensure equipment correct
operation.
3) Connect the network cable to the relevant POWER connector on TCP/IP
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 and operation data. Follow the procedure below to open
the WUI.
1) Open your web browser on your PC, and connect to http://192.168.0.244 to
connect to the WUI (if LAN IP address was previously modified, it is necessary
to use the new one). The following page opens:
User Name
Password
Login
Menu 1
Note : If address http://192.168.0.244 does not work, check and set IP address as
192.168.0.XXX (where XXX is a figure between 0 and 255, excluding 244 that is
TCP/IP 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.
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2) If the User Name and the Password have not been entered and saved yet,
and if no changes were made to access modes, enter RVR and RVR to enter
as administrator (if access data were modified, enter the new User Name and
Password). Then click on Login.
Note : To enter as user, type user and user into User Name and Password fields.
This enables WUI read-only mode.
3) Now interface is ready to remotely read data and modify the various settings
of the equipment.
5.3 Management Software
1a) After access is made, the Main menu (main page) opens and shows
possible viewing options. This picture shows the Main menu after access as
administrator:
Main menu
Device
Show all the device information
Device status
Read all the device data and navigate to the showing page
Device settings
Allow the user to change the device settings
Alarms
Show the last ten active alarms
Network settings
Allow you to set up the network parameters
General settings
Allow you to set up all the parameters for the application behaviour
Commands
Allow you to perform command on the TCP/IP interface
Menu 2
1b) If you enter as user, with no administrator privileges, only reading functions
will be available within the WUI, and the Main menu will be like this:
Main menu
Device
Show all the device information
Device status
Read all the device data and navigate to the showing page
Device settings
Allow the user to change the device settings
Alarms
Show the last ten active alarms
Network settings
Allow you to set up the network parameters
General settings
Allow you to set up all the parameters for the application behaviour
Commands
Allow you to perform command on the TCP/IP interface
Menu 3
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To enter in one of the sub-menus, select the name and then click on item to
enter.
To go back to MAIN menu, just click on RVR logo at top left of all sub-menus.
If user tries to enter a sub-menu with no prior login, or after a certain period of
inactivity that can be set and causes automatic logout, upon attempt to enter any
of the sub-menus, the following page is displayed:
Attention
User not logged in
State 1
Repeat WUI access procedure to restore operating conditions with the same mode
valid before logout.
If user enters information sub-menu about a device that is not yet acknowledged,
the following page is displayed:
Attention
Device not ready
State 2
In this case, allow a few seconds for TCP/IP interface acknowledgement.
While to go back to MAIN menu, just click on RVR logo at top left of the submenu.
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5.3.1 Device Menu
Values found here are “live readings”, and as such they can not be modified.
This page shows the user the data of the exciter connected to the TCP/IP
interface:
Device
Status
Present
Model
1
Hardware
300
Software
519
Module connected
2
Analog inputs
40
Analog outputs
2
Digital inputs
32
Digital outputs
64
Generic I/O
16
Menu 4
Status Shows exciter connection state.
Model Shows exciter decimal ID number (1 is for PTX-LCD series).
Harware
Shows exciter hardware release.
Software
Shows exciter firmware release.
Module connected
Shows devices connected to exciter.
Analog inputs
Shows the analogue inputs managed by exciter.
Analog outputs
Shows the analogue outputs managed by exciter.
Generic I/O
Shows the general inputs and outputs managed by TCP/IP interface.
5.3.2 Status Menu
Values found here are “live readings”, and as such they can not be modified.
To change power setting use the Set Device (chapt. 5.3.3) after logging in as
administrator.
This page shows the user the data of the exciter connected to the TCP/IP
interface:
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Status
Ready...
PowerON
On State
Frequency
88 MHz
Modulation
0 KHz
Forward Power
3.3 W
Reflected Power
0 W
Pa Voltage
12 V
PA Current
0.9 A
Temperature
23.9 C
% Power Out
12.5 %
On Air
On State
Remote
Off State
Power Set OK
Off State
General
OK State
Unlock
Absent State
S.W.R
OK State
Ext R.F. Mute
No Mute State
Audio Alarm
Present State
Menu 5
Power ON
Shows exciter operating status.
Frequency
Shows exciter operating frequency.
Modulation
Shows exciter modulation.
Forward Power
Shows exciter forward power.
Reflected Power
Shows exciter reflected power.
Pa Voltage
Shows exciter amplifier module voltage.
Pa Current
Shows exciter amplifier module current.
Temperature
Shows equipment internal temperature reading.
% Power Out
Shows power setting efficiency.
On AirShows power output status in radiobroadcasting (on the air).
RemoteShows status of a possible control by an external system.
Power Set OK
Shows set power output status.
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General
Shows is alarms are present and affect correct operation.
UnlockShows the status of lock at frequency set by PLL.
S.W.R.Shows the status of possible block due to excessive SWR.
Ext R.F. Mute
Shows the status of power inhibition by an interlock signal.
Audio Alarm
Shows the status of possible block due to excessive SWR.
Foldback
Shows the triggered status of the foldback function (automatic reduction
of output power).
5.3.3 Device Setting Menu
Note : Access to this menu and modification of these parameters are only possible
after login with administrator rights.
This page not only shows the user the information about the exciter connected to
the TCP/IP interface, but also allows setting various parameters.
Following is a description of the items that allow modification of the parameter,
with respect to the Status menu (chapt. 5.3.2). Press the Update button to confirm
selection; if you let timer to time out or press the RVR logo, the parameter setting
will remain as previously set.
Set Device
Ready...
PowerON
On State
Frequency
88 MHz
Modulation
0 KHz
Forward Power
3.3 W
Reflected Power
0 W
Pa Voltage
11.9 V
PA Current
0.9 A
Temperature
23.6 C
% Power Out
12.5 %
On Air
On State
Remote
Off State
Power Set OK
Off State
General
OK State
Unlock
Absent State
S.W.R
OK State
Ext R.F. Mute
No Mute State
Audio Alarm
Present State
On
Update
Update
Update
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PowerON
Enables (ON) or disables (OFF) exciter power output..
Frequency
Remote adjustment of exciter frequency. This value, in MHz, can be
modified according to one’s own band in 0.1 MHz steps.
% Power Out
Remote adjustment of exciter power. This value, in %, can be modified
in the range 0 to 100, in steps of 1%.
5.3.4 Active alarms
Values found here are “live readings”, and as such they can not be modified. To
change alarms settings, use the General Settings menu (chapt. 5.3.6) after logging
in as administrator.
Within this menu you can display all alarms saved by the system: any new event
will automatically delete the older ones. Using Reset item at bottom right of the
menu, you can delete all pending alarms.
This page shows the user the alarms of the exciter connected to the TCP/IP
interface:
Active alarms
Ready...
TYPE
NAME
TIME
DATE
VALUE
3
Audio alarm
9:32
6/9/2007
2
3
Audio alarm
9:56
30/8/2007
1
Reset
Menu 7
Type
Name
Time
Date
Shows the alarm code.
Shows the description for the error that led to event recording.
Shows event recording time (hh:mm).
Shows the day event was recorded (dd/MM/yyyy).
Value Shows progressive number for event recording.
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5.3.5 Network settings
Note : Access to this menu and modification of these parameters are only possible
after login with administrator rights.
This page not only shows the user the information about the TCP/IP interface
network connection, but also allows setting various parameters.
Press the Update button to confirm selection; if you let timer to time out or press
the RVR logo, the parameter setting will remain as previously set.
Note : to make changes within these sub-menus you need to have thorough
technical knowledge of network management. It is recommended to have changes
performed by trained or qualified personnel.
5.3.5.1 Ethernet menu
Network settings
Ethernet
SMTP
POP3
DHCP Mode
0
IP address
192.168.0.244
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0
DNS server
192.168.0.250
Gateway
192.168.0.1
Update
Menu 8
This page allows configuration of the parameters needed for connecting to an
ethernet network.
DHCP Mode
Enables (0) or disables (1) dynamic address configuration mode
(Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol).
IP address
Shows and sets the number that unequivocally identifies, within a
single network, the devices connected to an IT network that uses the
IP standard (Internet Protocol).
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Subnet Mask
Shows and sets the subnet mask, necessary for the computer that
must communicate with another IP address to know if it should route
packages toward the gateway of its local network or use the address
of the receiver local network.
DNS server
Shows and sets DNS server address (Domain Name System); in case
the server should change the server hosting a service, or it is necessary
to change its IP address, it is enough to change the DNS record, without
changing client settings.
Gateway
Shows and sets gateway address. In simpler networks, there is only one
gateway that forwards to the internet network all the outbound traffic. In
more complicated networks where many subnets are available, each
of them refers to a gateway that will route data traffic towards the other
subnets or forward it to other gateways.
5.3.5.2 SMTP menu
Network settings
Ethernet
SMTP
POP3
Server address
192.168.100.22
User name
Password
Port
25
Sender Address
[email protected]
Domain name
rvr.it
Update
Menu 9
This page allows parameter configuration for sending messages through the
network.
Server address
Shows and sets the address of the server used for routing message
traffic.
User name
Shows and sets user name for enabling sending messages.
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Password
Shows and sets password for enabling sending messages.
Port
Shows and sets the port used by TCP transmission protocol.
Sender Address
Shows and sets the transmission address used for sending
messages.
Domain name
Shows and sets domain name.
5.3.5.3 POP3 menu
Network settings
Ethernet
SMTP
POP3
Server address
POP3server
User name
Password
Port
110
Update
Menu 10
This page allows parameter configuration for receiving control messages through
the network.
Server address
Shows and sets the address of the server used for routing message
traffic.
User name
Shows and sets user name for enabling messages reception.
Password
Shows and sets password for enabling messages reception.
Port
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Shows and sets the port used by TCP transmission protocol.
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5.3.6 General settings
Note : Access to this menu and modification of these parameters are only possible
after login with administrator rights.
This page not only shows the user the information about the exciter connected to
the TCP/IP interface, but also allows setting various parameters.
Following is a description of the items that allow modification of the parameter,
with respect to the Status menu (chapt. 5.3.2). Press the Update button to confirm
selection; if you let timer to time out or press the RVR logo, the parameter setting
will remain as previously set.
5.3.6.1 Device menu
General settings
Run time
DEVICE
ALARMS
Device name
PTX100LCD
SECURITY
Node
1
Module
1
Echo timeout
1
Response timeout
1
Uart Baud
9600
Update
Menu 11
This page allows configuration of serial protocol parameters.
Note : To avoid device malfunction, it is highly recommended not to make changes
within this sub-menu, if not otherwise explicitly suggested by RVR. Only Device
Name item can be modified with no problems.
Device name
Shows and sets device name.
Node
Shows and sets the node for serial protocol.
Module
Shows and sets the module for serial protocol.
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Echo timeout
Shows and sets waiting time for receiving the echo character for the
serial protocol.
Response timeout
Shows and sets waiting time for receiving the response frame for the
serial protocol.
Uart Baud
Shows and sets serial protocol speed.
5.3.6.2 Alarms menu
General settings
Run time
DEVICE
ALARMS
Enable alarms
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SECURITY
Enable send Mail
1
Enable Recive Mail
0
Destination 1
[email protected]
Destination 2
NONE
Destination 3
NONE
Destination 4
NONE
Subject
PTX -ALARM
Update
Menu 12
This page allows configuration of the signal for alarms of the exciter connected
to TCP/IP interface.
Enable alarms
Shows and sets alarm presence sampling time, in seconds. If the value
is equal to 0, alarm check task is disabled.
Enable send mail
Enables (0) or disables (1) mail output after alarms.
Enable receive mail
Enables (0) or disables (1) control message reception.
Destination X
Shows and sets the list of addresses to which alarm warning mail
messages shall be sent. Maximum 4 different addresses can be
saved.
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Subject
Shows and sets the description of the “subject” field of the mail.
5.3.6.3 Security menu
General settings
Run time
DEVICE
ALARMS
Enable Login
1
SECURITY
User name (Manut.)
RVR
Password (Manut.)
User name (User)
user
Password (User)
Update
Menu 13
This page allows configuration of the access to TCP/IP interface via WUI.
Enable login
Enables (0) or disables (1) access to the menus by means of the login
page.
User Name (Manut.)
Shows and sets the user name for administrator functions (parameter
reading and change enabling).
Password (Manut.)
Shows and sets the password for administrator functions (parameter
reading and change enabling).
User Name (User)
Shows and sets the user name for user functions (parameter read-only
enabling).
Password (User)
Shows and sets the password for user functions (parameter read-only
enabling).
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5.3.7 Commands menu
This menu allows you to logout from WUI. Furthermore, using the Reset item, at
bottom right of this menu, it is possible to restore software factory settings (backup).
Commands
RESET
Reset the software of the interface and restart it
Logout
Logout the current user
Menu 14
Reset Press this item to take settings (possibly modified) back to original
factory values.
LogoutPress this item to disconnect from current session.
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6. External Description
This section describes the components found on the front and rear panel of TCP/
IP-INT-PTX.
6.1 Front Panel
Figure 6.1
[1] SERIAL 1
[2] SERIAL 2
DB9 connector for interface to exciter.
Not used - Reserved for future implementations.
6.2 Rear Panel
Figure 6.2
[1] NETWORK
RJ45 connector for connection to LAN network, ADSL router or PC.
[2] WEB SERVER MANAGER
Green LED - Turns on while receiving response from HTTP client.
[3] ALARMS
Yellow LED - Turns on while TCP/IP interface is reading possible
exciter alarms.
[4] ON
Red LED - Turns on when amplifier is powered on.
[5] POWER
Mains power supply connector.
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6.3 Connector Pinouts
6.3.1 RS232
Type: Female DB9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
NC
SDA
SCL
NC
GND
NC
NC
NC
NC
6.3.2 POWER
Type: Female Microfit
1
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1
2
V+ (5-30VDC, power input approx 200mA)
GND
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7. Technical Specifications
7.1 Electrical Specifications
General specifications
Power supply Dimensions
Operating temperature Hardware
Power supply Input/Output 1
Input/Output 2
Network
Included technology
Software
WUI
Security
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5÷30 VDC with Microfit connector
95 x 72 x 32 mm
0 °C to +50 °C
5÷30 VDC with Microfit connector
DB9 connector, for serial communication
RS232 up to 230kbps
RJ45 connector, for serial communication
ethernet at 10Mbit
• Integrated RFC conformity for applications
where TCP/IP is piloted by AT# standard
interface
• Dynamic DNS client and NTP
• TCP client and server for Telnet
communication
• SMTP and POP3 client to transfer e-mails
• FTP client to transfer files from/to a remote
FTP server
• DHCP client and RARP server
• Integrated dynamic HTTP web server
User-friendly RVR interface that allows the
customer to remotely control exciter, record
alarms, manage connections, check inputs/
outputs, process data and much more
Allows access as administrator (parameter
reading/writing allowed) or as user (readonly mode)
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