Installation Guide

Installation Guide

Com’X 200

Com’X 200 Installation

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Chapter 6

Com’X 200 Installation

Safety Instructions

DANGER

HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH

Apply appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and follow safe electrical work practices. See

NFPA 70E in the USA or applicable local standards.

Turn off all power supplying this device before working on it.

Always use a properly rated voltage sensing device to confirm that all power is off.

Do not exceed the device’s ratings for maximum limits.

Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.

To verify device ratings compliance to maximum limits, see the technical data (

see page 48

).

What Is in This Chapter?

This chapter contains the following topics:

Topic

Technical Data

Com’X 200 Physical Description

Com’X 200 Installation in Enclosure

Mounting on a DIN Rail

Com’X 200 Wiring

Access to the Login Page

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Technical Data

Communication

Characteristics

2 Base 10/100 Ethernet RJ45 ports, DPWS ready

Protocols

1 Modbus RS485 serial port

Values

Eth1: PoE class 3 (802.3af), DHCP client

Eth2: DHCP client or server

IPv4, IPv6 - HTTP, HTTPS, Modbus TCP/IP

RJ45 and removable screw terminal connector (0V, Screen, D0, D1).

Both connectors are plugged into the same Modbus RS485 serial port

32 devices maximum

Inputs

Characteristics

6 digital inputs Pulse counting (minimum pulse width 20 ms)

Internal power supply for inputs

External power supply for inputs

2 analog inputs

Values

Conforming to IEC 62053-31 or Status

12 Vdc, 60 mA

10–30 Vdc

0–10 Vdc, 4–20 mA (accuracy 0.5%)

Pt100, Pt1000: 2-wire (accuracy 1%)

Power supply available for analog sensors: 24 Vdc (50 mA for each input)

Electrical Characteristics

Characteristics

Power supply

Power consumption

Values

100–230 Vac (±15%) OVCIII

Fuse protection: type T 0.63AE/250V (F1)

24 Vdc (±10%)

Fuse protection: type 3.15AL/250V (F1500)

100-230 Vac, 24 Vdc 26 W maximum

PoE 15 W maximum

USB 2.0 Host Ports

Characteristics

1 USB port on front face

2 USB ports behind the cover

USB1 port

USB2 port

Expansion Bus

Characteristics

Consumption on 24 Vdc

Consumption on 3.3 Vdc

Values

Maximum current: 500 mA

Maximum current: 500 mA

Maximum current: 100 mA

Values

160 mA maximum

110 mA maximum

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Memory

Characteristics

RAM

Flash memory

Mechanical Characteristics

Characteristics

Degree of protection Front face

Connectors

Weight

Environmental Characteristics

Characteristics

Operating temperature

Storage temperature

Humidity

Level of pollution

Altitude

Standards

Characteristics

Safety standards/regulations

United States

Canada

Europe

Marking

Characteristics

Marking

PC Specification for Configuration

Characteristics

Operating system

Web browsers

Values

128 Mb

256 Mb

Values

IP40

IP20

450 g (0.992 lb)

Values

–25

° C to +60 ° C (–13 ° F to +140 ° F)

–40

° C to +85 ° C (–40 ° F to +185 ° F)

5 to 95% relative humidity (without condensation) at 55 ° C (131 ° F)

Class 3

2,000 m (6,561 ft) maximum

Values

UL 508 cUL

EN 60950

Values

, UL, C-tick

Values

Windows 7 (recommended), Vista, XP

Latest version of Mozilla, Firefox, Chrome, or IE

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Com’X 200 Physical Description

Dimensions

Description

The Com’X 200 provides the following connections capabilities:

Communication

1 Modbus communication port

2 Ethernet ports, Ethernet port 1 with PoE (Power over Ethernet)

3 USB ports

6 digital inputs and 2 analog inputs

Power supply

100...230 Vac

24 Vdc

PoE

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Connectors, indicators, and buttons layout:

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1 Power supply 100...230 Vac

2 Power supply 24 Vdc

3 RS 485 Modbus communication port

4 Ethernet communication port 1 PoE

5 Ethernet communication port 2

6 USB port (Backup, Wi-Fi)

7 Button/Backup indicator

8 Button/Wi-Fi indicator

9 Digital inputs

10 Analog inputs

11 Digital inputs indicator

12 Power supply indicator/State (Power LED)

13 Radio modem communication indicator (modem LED)

14 RS 485 communication indicator (LED RS 485)

15 Ethernet Communication indicators (Ethernet 1 LED, Ethernet 2 LED)

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16 GPRS modem connector

17 USB port

18 Digital/analog entries labeling

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Com’X 200 Installation in Enclosure

Installation Recommendations

Install the Com’X 200 in the lower third of the enclosure to achieve optimal ambient temperature for the device.

NOTE: When the enclosure is laying on the floor, it is recommended to keep a distance of 1 m between the floor and the antenna in order to ensure the correct functioning of the GPRS modem.

Com’X 200 Mounting in Enclosure

The operating temperature around the Com’X 200 must not exceed 60

° C (140 ° F).

NOTE: Do not mount the Com’X 200 vertically.

Equipment Separation

Install devices in an enclosure with respect to required spacing for each device. Devices that cause electrical disturbance should not be placed near devices that are sensitive to electrical disturbance.

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Mounting on a DIN Rail

Introduction

This section describes mounting and removing of the Com’X 200 on a DIN rail.

Installing the Com’X 200 on a DIN Rail

Step Action

1 Secure the DIN rail to a panel according to the DIN rail installation instructions.

2 Place the top groove of the Com’X 200 on the DIN rail and press the unit against the DIN rail until you hear the retaining clamp click into place.

Din Rail Shielding in Enclosure Class 2

Make sure the DIN rail is electrically connected to earth ground to maintain shielding continuity and prevent

EMC disturbances. Earth ground connection is typically terminated using a green/yellow cable.

Keep the green/yellow cable as short as possible.

Removing the Com’X 200 From a DIN Rail

Using a screwdriver, pull down the retaining clamp located on the bottom of the Com’X 200.

NOTE: Before re-installing the Com’X 200 on the DIN rail, push up the retaining clamp.

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Com’X 200 Wiring

Power Supplies

You can provide a backup power supply for the Com’X 200 by connecting a UPS to the 24 Vdc input. If power is interrupted on the 100...277 Vac input, the Com’X 200 power supply will automatically switch to the 24 Vdc input.

The order of priority for power supply is:

1 100...277 Vac

2 24 Vdc

3 PoE

Digital Inputs

Digital inputs powered by the Com’X 200:

Digital inputs externally powered:

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Analog inputs powered by the Com’X 200:

Analog inputs externally powered:

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Access to the Login Page

Access to the Com’X 200 Web Application Under Windows 7 / Vista Operating Systems

To access the user interface of the Com’X 200, follow this procedure:

Step

1

2

3

4

5

6

Action

Disconnect your local computer from any network.

Connect an Ethernet cable between your local computer and the Ethernet port 2 of the Com’X 200.

On your local computer, open Windows Explorer and click Network.

NOTE: The Com’X 200 appears in the list of devices (refer to troubleshooting if the Com’X 200 does not appear).

Double-click the Com’X 200, the login page automatically opens in your default web browser.

Type the user login (factory setting: admin) and the password (factory setting: admin).

NOTE: The login and password are case-sensitive.

Click OK.

Access to the Com’X 200 Web Application Under Windows XP Operating System

To access the user interface of the Com’X 200, follow this procedure:

Step

1

2

3

4

5

Action

Disconnect your local computer from any network.

Connect an Ethernet cable between your local computer and the Ethernet port 2 of the Com’X 200.

Open your web browser.

In the address field, type 10.25.1.1 and press the Enter key.

Type the user login (factory setting: admin) and the password (factory setting: admin).

NOTE: The login and password are case-sensitive.

Click OK.

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The configuration of the Com’X 200 Web Application is described in the Com’X 200 User Guide.

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Devices Installation and Settings

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Part V

Devices Installation and Settings

What Is in This Part?

This part contains the following chapters:

Chapter

7

8

9

10

11

12

Chapter Name

Supported Devices Overview

Wiring Monitoring Devices and Electrical Equipment

Wiring Acquisition Modules

Wiring Gateways

Wiring Analog Sensors

Wiring Converters

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103

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