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Adeunis RF
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Parc Technologique Pré Roux
38920 Crolles - France
Tel : +33 0)4 76 92 07 77
email : [email protected]
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ARF30 ANALOG
Status transfer
User guide
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Table of contents
About this document ........................................................................ 3
Declaration of conformity ................................................................ 4
Presentation..................................................................................... 5
Product power supply ...................................................................... 5
Associating a transmitter to a receiver ............................................ 6
Memory clear ......................................................................................8
Input wiring ..................................................................................... 8
0-20 mA input .....................................................................................8
0-5 V input .........................................................................................9
0-10 V input ...................................................................................... 10
Antenna wiring ............................................................................... 11
Output wiring ................................................................................. 12
0-5 V output ..................................................................................... 13
Serial link output ............................................................................... 14
Synchronise mode .......................................................................... 16
Specifications ................................................................................. 18
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About this document
RF30 ANALOG
This guide describes the A
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devices, their options and accessories.
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Declaration of conformity
Manufacturer’s name:
Manufacturer’s address
ADEUNIS R.F.
Parc Technologique PRE ROUX IV
283 rue Louis NEEL
38920 CROLLES - FRANCE
declares that the product if used and installed according to the user guide available on
our web site www.adeunis-rf.com
Product Name:
Product Number(s):
Product options:
ARF30
ARF6493E/ ARF6494E
complies with the RTTE Directive 99/5/EC:
EMC:
Safety:
Radio:
conformity is proven by compliance to the harmonized standard
EN 301-489
conformity to the standard EN 60950-1/2001
conformity is proven by compliance to harmonized standard EN
300-220 covering essential radio requirements of the RTTE
directive.
Exposure to radio frequency signals: Regarding the 1999/519/EC recommendation,
when using the device, keep the product at least 20 cm from your body.
Notes:
- Conformity has been evaluated according to the procedure
described in Annex III of the RTTE directive.
- Receiver class (if applicable): 3.
Crolles, November 6th, 2007
VINCENT Hervé / Quality manager
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Index
Products
Paragraph Modems > status transfer
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Presentation
The ARF30 system enables four analogic values to be transmitted from one
point to another. It is a unidirectional system - the transmitter converts and
transmits the values by radio channel, and the receiver decodes the message
received and restores the values. The values can be either a voltage value
between 0 and 5V (10V) or a current value between 0 and 20 mA.
The transmitter scans its inputs continuously and triggers a radio
transmission every 100 ms.
The link between a transmitter and one or more receivers is only effective
after a learning phase.
The products are available either in card version to be integrated in an
assembly or in an IP65 enclosure.
Transmitter ARF30
3 or 4 inputs
input n
Receiver ARF30
3 or 4 outputs
ouput n
Product power supply
To perform wiring of these products, the bottom part of the housing (part
with stuffing box) has to be opened by unscrewing the two black screws on
each side.
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Removeles
Retirer
screws
vis defrom
la partie
the
avec presse
cable
gland equipped
étoupe part
RF30
The A
range products are supplied with a DC voltage supply. This
supply should not exceed 27 VDC for the transmitters and not exceed 30 VDC
for the receivers.
+V 0V
+
ARF 6493 or 6494
ARF30
supply
Associating a transmitter to a receiver
The red RX and green ON LED's are not lit, there is no transmitter associated
to the receiver.
Set the AP switch to ON to switch to learning mode. The green led flashes.
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9 to 30V DC
power
supply
1
2
3
AP
ON
RX LED
ON LED
The address switches (ADD 1, 2 and 3) must be in the same position on the
transmitter and receiver. These two pieces of equipment must be at least 3m
apart. Set on the power supply of the transmitter to be associated to the
receiver in learning mode.
1
2
3 RES TRIG
ON
9 to 27V
DC power
supply
After a few seconds, set the learning switch AP on the receiver to OFF. The
red RX and green ON LED's should light up continuously. If the red RX led
lights intermittently, this indicates transmission losses. When transmission is
interrupted the red led remains shut.
1
CLEAR
RX LED
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2
3 AP
ON
ON LED
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Memory clear
To clear all the recorded serial numbers from the receiver memory, shortcircuit the two pads marked "EFFACE" for more than 5 seconds. End of
clearing is indicated by the green ON led flashing quicker.
When the operation has been successfully performed, the ON and RX LED's
remain shut. To make the product operate again go back to the beginning of
paragraph 4.
Input wiring
The inputs are wired on the transmitter.
RES = RESOLUTION
ON : 4 channels 8 bits
OFF : 3 channels 10 bits
1
2
3 RES TRIG
ON
The channels are independent; they can be either a voltage or a current
read. Full scale is respectively 0-5V or 0-20mA.
The choice of the value to be converted is made by moving the strap that is
under the input terminal block.
Wiring can be performed with a 10-conductor 24 AWG multicore cable. For
long connections, twisted multipair wires are recommended. The external
diameter of the wire must be 6.5 mm maximum.
0-20 mA input
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Strap to the left
= current input
The current loop, output from the sensor, must be wired so that the current
is input via the + terminal and output via the – terminal:
I~ or IDC
20 mA max
0-5 V input
Strap to the right
= voltage input
The voltage reference must be connected to the – terminal of the input
concerned, and the voltage to be converted to the + terminal of this same
input:
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+
V~ or
VDC
5Vmax
Possibility of connecting the powe
supply ground with the reference
of the inputs
0-10 V input
Strap to the right
= voltage input
The voltage reference must be connected to the – terminal of the input
concerned via a 330 kΩ series resistor. The voltage to be converted to the +
terminal via a 330 kΩ series resistor of this same input:
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+
Possibility of connecting the powe
supply ground with the reference
of the inputs
V~ or
VDC
10Vmax
330 kΩ resistors
CAUTION
in this case the outputs remain between 0 and 5 V, there is division by two.
Antenna wiring
8,6 cm
10 m max
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In daughter card version, an antenna
has to be added to obtain correct
communication between the products.
This antenna should be a wire with a
length of ¼ wave i.e. about 8.6 cm.
This length is that which has to extend
outside the housing if the latter is
metallic.
This antenna can be located remotely
by using a coaxial cable with its braid
stripped over the last 8.6 centimetres.
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Output wiring
ARF6494B
1 2 R S T 3 4 +V 0V
RX LED
ON LED
The outputs are wired on the receiver.
The outputs are independent from one another and from the nature (voltage
or current) of the inputs. The type of output is changed by moving the two
corresponding straps horizontally
Output 1 copies the level on input 1, output 2 that of input 2, etc.
RF30
However use of the A
system for conversion purposes introduces an
error of 10% compared with the expected result e.g.: a voltage of 2.5V on
input which on output should supply a current of 10 mA will deliver 11 mA.
Inversely, a current loop generating 4 mA, which would correspond to a
voltage of 1V will generate a voltage of 0.9V.
The receiver also has a TTL level series data output (S) and a data validity
output (R).
0-20 mA output
Strap to the left
= current output
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The current generator is between the +
terminal of the power supply and the
output concerned
A2
0-5 V output
Strap to the right
= voltage output
+
V1
+
V2
0 V common to power
supply and outputs
The voltages generated are available between the 0V of the power supply
and the outputs.
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Serial link output
ARF6494B
1 2 R S T 3 4 +V 0V
+5V
+12V
To PC
SUB-D9 [3]
0V
-12V
This output is on the terminal marked S. It supplies at 9600 bauds, 8 bits
with no parity 1 stop, 8N1, the ASCII string described hereafter.
Electrically it delivers TTL levels that have to be converted into RS232 for
example to connect to a PC.
:fram e head er
C hannel n°
E nd of fram e
:1 0115; 2 0038;3 0610 CR LF
full scale division (FSD )
4 channels on 8 bits
: frame header
Channel n°
End of frame
:1 196; 2 200;3 117; 4 216CRLF
full scale division (FSD)
In the example above
channel
channel
channel
channel
1 equals: 196/256 = 0.766.FSD
2: 200/256 = 0.781.FSD
3: 117/256 = 0.457.FSD
4: 216/256 = 0.844.FSD
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N.B. Depending on the cases FSD = 5V or 20 mA.
Validity output
This is an Open Collector output; it is
marked R on the terminal block.
It is at 0V when the receiver is receiving
correctly and at high level when receipt is
bad. The red led RX indicates the state of
this output: On - receipt is correct, Off no receipt.
It is not a linear output. This enables a
zero output level due to absence of receipt
to be differentiated from that due to a
zero level on input.
1
Output R wiring
5V
+ 12 V
(example)
RX
100 kΩ
R
All the receipts are correct, or one is missing,
the outputs are updated regularly.
Output
Receptions
S output
2
106 ms
T w o re c e p tio n s a re m is sin g , th e “S ” o u tp u t is tu rn o n .
A t th e th ird m iss in g re c ep tio n in a row o u tp u ts g o b a c k to G N D
le v e l o r 0 m A .
O u tp u t
R e ce p tio n s
S o u tp ut
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Synchronise mode
RF30
This mode allows bi-directional communication with 2 pairs of A
functioning the return link is controlled by the first link.
RX
ARF30
(6494)
¦
Synchronisation signal
TX
ARF30
(6493)
. With this
Tied ground supplies
RX
ARF30
(6494)
TX
ARF30
(6493)
§
Number (2) transmission is being processed only when the link (1) is
performed.
1
2
R
S
T
3
TRIG
4 +V 0V
-
1+
-
2+
-
3+
-
4+ +V 0V
1 2 3 RES
1 2 3 AP
TRIG
EFF
Positioning switch #5 marked TRIG on ON does putting an emitter in
synchronised mode.
Then tied the synchronisation output of the receiver of the link (1) (terminal
marked "T" / ARF6493) with the terminal tagged TRIG of the emitter of the
link (2).
ARF6493C
ARF6494C
To the TRIG terminal
of the ARF6493
Tied 0V of the supplies
NOTE
RF30
It is potential to synchronise a digital A
system and vice versa.
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¦
RX
ARF30
(6494)
Tied ground supplies
RX
ARF30
(6189)
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§
TX
ARF30
(6188)
Synchronisation signal
TX
ARF30
(6493)
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Specifications
Transmitter
Four 8-bit inputs
Power :
Consumption :
Operating temperature :
500 mW / 50 Ω.
30 / 450 mA.
-20°C / + 70°C
Receiver:
Four 8-bit outputs
Serial data output.
Receipt quality output.
Sensitivity :
Consumption :
Operating temperature :
Frequency :
better than 1.5 µV.
53 mA except output.
-20°C / + 70°C
869.525 MHz
Conversion:
0-5 V or 0-20 mA inputs by moving a strap.
0-5 V or 0-20 mA outputs by moving 2 straps.
Precision 1%, temperature variation ± 1 LSB.
Sampling period : 106 ms.
Dimensions
IP65 chip:
Distance between fixing points:
104 x 300 x 35 mm
4 holes diam. 4 to 92 x 61 mm
References
ARF6493D : ARF30 transmitter card version.
ARF6493E : ARF30 transmitter IP65 enclosure.
ARF6494D : ARF30 receiver card version.
ARF6494E : ARF30 receiver IP65 enclosure.
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