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MAN-C24-0003 - CMG-CD24S6EAM - Technical Manual

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1. Prelims 2. Introduction 3. Setting up the CMG-CD24R6EAM 4. Appendices

Section Index: 4.1. Appendix A - Default Settings 4.2. Appendix B - Lantronix WiPort NR Device Manager 4.3. Appendix C - Advanced network configuration 4.4. Appendix D - Using terminal emulators 4.5. Appendix E - Connector pinouts 4.6. Appendix F - Specifications 4.7. Appendix G - Revision history

Chapter 4. Appendices

4.1 Appendix A - Default Settings

4.1.1 Lantronix WiPort NR Default Settings

Parameter

Setting

Network

Network mode

Wired Only

IP Configuration

Obtain IP address automatically

Ethernet Configuration

Auto Negotiate

Server

Server Configuration

Passwords: Leave blank

Advanced

ARP Cache Timeout: 600 seconds
TCP Keepalive: 45 seconds
Monitor Mode @ Bootup: Enable
CPU Performance Mode: Regular
HTTP Server Port: 80
0x77FE Server Port: 30718
MTU Size: 1400

Hostlist

Retry Settings

Retry Counter: 3
Retry Timeout: 250

Host Information

All set to zero

Channel 1 and 2 Serial Settings

Disable Serial Port

Leave un-ticked

Port Settings

Protocol: RS232
Baud Rate:115200
Data Bits: 8
Flow Control: None
Parity: None
Stopbits: 1

Pack Control

Enable Packing: leave un-ticked

Flush Mode

All set to No

Channel 1 and 2 Connection Settings

Connection Protocol

TCP

Connect Mode

Accept Incoming: Yes
Password required: No
Modem Escape Sequence Pass Through: Yes
Active connect: None
Modem Mode: None
Show IP Address After RING: Yes

Endpoint Configuration

Local Port: 10001 for Channel 1
10002 for Channel 2
Remote Port: 0
Auto increment for active connect: NA
RemoteHost: 0.0.0.0

Common options

Telnet Com Port Cntrl: Disable
Terminal Name: NA
Connect Response: None
Use Hostlist: No

Disconnect Mode

On Mdm_Ctrl_In Drop: No
Check EOT(Ctrl-D): No
Hard Disconnect: Yes
Inactivity Timeout: 0 : 0

Email

NA

Configurable Pin Settings

NA

4.1.2 Lantronix WiPort NR Default Settings Screenshots

4.1.2.1 Network settings

4.1.2.2 Server settings

4.1.2.3 Hostlist settings

4.1.2.4 Serial settings

4.1.2.5 Conenction settings

4.1.3 EAM Fast Port Default Settings

Parameter

Setting

Main

Clear settings: Leave un-ticked
Run with priority: Tick
TCP server hostname: Leave blank TCP server service: 20002 for Port A, 20001 for Port B

Station

Station name: Mandatory (shipped with the serial number of the EAM).
Network name: Optional
Location name: Optional

If a common station name is used for a number of sensors an additional location name is required to ensure a unique identifier.

Main channels

Sample Rate: 100
High pass filter: Disabled
Enabled components: Z N E
Instrument Type: Accelerometer seismometer

Mux channels

Component/Instrument Type
Z/Mass position seismometer
N/ Mass position seismometer
E/ Mass position seismometer
0/Calibration input
0/Generic electronic test point
1/Generic electronic test point
2/Generic electronic test point
3/Generic electronic test point

Advanced

Link delay: Leave blank
GDI Multiplexor: Default data transport daemon

4.1.4 EAM Fast Port Default Settings Screenshots

4.1.4.1 Main

4.1.4.2 Station

4.1.4.3 Main channels

4.1.4.4 Mux channels

4.1.4.5 Advanced

4.2 Appendix B - Lantronix WiPort NR Device Manager

The acquisition module uses an embedded Lantronix Wi-Port module to provide the low-latency network interface. The device can normally be accessed using a web-interface as described in section 3.2.

If this is not possible configuration of the interface can be carried out using the Lantronix' DeviceInstaller utility for Microsoft Windows, using a DHCP server or the via the serial port. You will need a PC with a network interface installed or an RS232 connector.

Note: Refer to Appendix E on page 31 for information on connector pinouts.

4.3 Appendix C - Advanced network configuration

The Lantronix WiPort NR networking module has serial-accessible configuration systems which can be used to configure them in the event that communication over a network is lost.

If you have problems connecting to the CD24 over a network, you can access the configuration menu over a serial link by interrupting the boot process. See the following section for instructions. For full information about the WiPort NR configuration options, which are used during the process, please refer to the relevant documentation, which is available on the Lantronix Web site: www.lantronix.com. The detailed documentation is at: www.lantronix.com/pdf/WiPort-NR_UG.pdf

4.3.1 Accessing the configuration menu via the serial Interface

Access to the configuration menu over the serial interface can be obtained using any serial terminal emulator (see Appendix D on page 26).

The procedure for connecting to the device is:

4.3.2 Configuring the network interfaces

Once you have access to the networking module's configuration menu, you can configure it with its proper settings.

During the configuration process, you are prompted, in turn, for every value in the current section. If you are unsure at any point, pressing the Enter key will retain the current value. Please note that many values need to be entered using special codes. These are all documented in the relevant Lantronix manuals.

From the main menu:

4.3.3 Configuring the Ethernet port

To configure the Ethernet port

4.4 Appendix D - Using terminal emulators

There are a number of terminal emulator programs that you can use to access the serial ports of the digitiser and networking interfaces. Three of these are detailed below.

4.4.1 Hyperterminal, as provided with Windows XP.

4.4.2 Using Hyperterminal with Windows Vista or Windows 7.

HyperTerminal is not provided with the Windows Vista or Windows 7 operating systems but the necessary files can be copied from the i386 directory of the Windows XP CD if you have one available. The two files you will need are:

hypertrm.dll

hypertrm.exe.

If you do not have a Windows XP disc the files can be downloaded from: www.mediafire.com

To use Hyperterminal with Windows Vista or Windows 7:

4.4.3 Using PuTTY.

PuTTY is a free terminal package for windows which is useful if HyperTerminal is not available. It can be downloaded from www.chiark.greenend.org.uk. The easiest package to use is the 'windows installer'. Install PuTTY by following the on-screen instructions.

4.5 Appendix E - Connector pinouts

4.5.1 SENSOR A & B

This is a standard 26-pin “mil-spec” plug, conforming to MIL-DTL-26482 (formerly MIL-C-26482). A typical part-number is 02E-16-26P although the initial “02E” varies with manufacturer.

Suitable mating connectors have part-numbers like ***-16-26S and are available from Amphenol, ITT Cannon and other manufacturers.

Pin

Function

Pin

Function

A

Vertical velocity +ve

P

Calibration signal

B

Vertical velocity –ve

R

Vertical calibration enable

C

N/S velocity +ve

S

N/S calibration enable

D

N/S velocity –ve

T

E/W calibration enable

E

E/W velocity +ve

U

Centre

F

E/W velocity –ve

V

Active-high

G

Vertical mass position

W

Unlock

H

not connected

X

Lock

J

N/S mass position

Y

Logic signal ground

K

Busy indicator LED

Z

not connected

L

E/W mass position

a

not connected

M

not connected

b

Power 0 V

N

Signal ground

c

Power +10 to +24 V

Wiring details for the compatible socket, ***-16-26S, as seen from the cable end (i.e. during assembly).

4.5.2 GPIO

These are standard 12-pin “mil-spec” sockets, conforming to MIL-DTL-26482 (formerly MIL-C-26482). A typical part-number is 02E-14-12S although the initial “02E” varies with manufacturer.

Suitable mating connectors have part-numbers like ***-14-12P and are available from Amphenol, ITT Cannon and other manufacturers.

The USB lines provide external host access to the internal USB memory device. When power is sensed on pin J, an internal switch disconnects the memory device from the internal circuitry and connects it to this socket.

Pin

Function

A

USB Data -ve (USB Type A pin 2) - see text above.

B

USB Data +ve (USB Type A pin 3) - see text above.

C

Anti-tamper line 4

D

Anti-tamper line 3

E

Anti-tamper line 2

F

Anti-tamper line 1

G

Console transmit (RS232 TXD)

H

Console receive (RS232 RXD)

J

USB Power input (USB Type A pin 1) - see text above.

K

Ground (USB Type A pin 4)

L

Anti-tamper line 0

M

Ground

Wiring details for the compatible plug, ***-14-12P, as seen from the cable end (i.e. during assembly).

4.5.3 GPS

This is a standard 10-pin “mil-spec” plug, conforming to MIL-DTL-26482 (formerly MIL-C-26482). A typical part-number is 02E-12-10P although the initial “02E” varies with manufacturer.

Suitable mating connectors have part-numbers like ***-12-10S and are available from Amphenol, ITT Cannon and other manufacturers.

Pin

Function

A

Power 0 V

B

Power +12 V

C

1pps signal

D

not connected

E

Digitizer console transmit

F

Digitizer console receive

G

RS232 ground

H

Digitizer console ground

J

RS232 transmit to GPS

K

RS232 receive from GPS

Wiring details for the compatible socket, ***-12-10S, as seen from the cable end (i.e. during assembly).

4.5.4 USB

This is a standard 6-pin “mil-spec” socket, conforming to MIL-DTL-26482 (formerly MIL-C-26482). A typical part-number is 02E-10-06S although the initial “02E” varies with manufacturer.

Suitable mating connectors have part-numbers like ***-10-06P and are available from Amphenol, ITT Cannon and other manufacturers.

Pin

Function

A

+5 V DC (USB Type A pin 1)

B

Data –ve (USB Type A pin 2)

C

Data +ve (USB Type A pin 3)

D

0 V (USB Type A pin 4)

E

Shielding

F

not connected

Wiring details for the compatible plug, ***-10-06P, as seen from the cable end (i.e. during assembly).

4.5.5 Ethernet

This is a standard 6-pin “mil-spec” plug, conforming to MIL-DTL-26482 (formerly MIL-C-26482). A typical part-number is 02E-10-06P although the initial “02E” varies with manufacturer.

Suitable mating connectors have part-numbers like ***-10-06S and are available from Amphenol, ITT Cannon and other manufacturers.

Pin

Function

A

Ground

B

Data transmit +ve (RJ45 pin 1)

C

Data receive +ve (RJ45 pin 3)

D

not connected

E

Data receive –ve (RJ45 pin 6)

F

Data transmit –ve (RJ45 pin 2)

Wiring details for the compatible socket, ***-10-06S, as seen from the cable end (i.e. during assembly).

4.5.6 Power/Data Out

This is a standard 10-pin “mil-spec” plug, conforming to MIL-DTL-26482 (formerly MIL-C-26482). A typical part-number is 02E-12-10P although the initial “02E” varies with manufacturer.

Suitable mating connectors have part-numbers like ***-12-10S and are available from Amphenol, ITT Cannon and other manufacturers.

Pin

Function

A

Power input, 0 V

B

Power input, +10 to +36 V

C

RS232 CTS

D

RS232 RTS

E

not connected

F

not connected

G

RS232 ground

H

not connected

J

RS232 receive

K

RS232 transmit

Wiring details for the compatible socket, ***-12-10S, as seen from the cable end (i.e. during assembly).

4.5.7 Lantronix WiPort NR D-Connector

These are standard DE9F (TIA-574) sub-miniature (D-sub) line sockets, conforming to DIN 41652 and MIL-DTL-24308. They are very widely available, as are suitable mating connectors.

Pin

Function

1

not connected

2

RS232 transmitted data*

3

RS232 received data*

4

not connected

5

Ground

6

not connected

7

not connected

8

not connected

9

not connected

Wiring details for the compatible plug, DE9M, as seen from the cable end (i.e. when assembling).

4.6 Appendix F - Specifications

Parameter

Specification

Input range

±10V differential

Nominal Sensitivity

0.9µV/count

Standard output format

24-bit

Noise-free resolution (NPR) at 20 samples/s

> 132 dB r.m.s. (> 22 bits)

Digital signal processor

TMS3200 at 144 MHz

Output latency

<100ms at 100sps (low latency port only)

Output baud rate

115200

Operating temperature range

–10 to +75 °C

Internal thermometer accuracy

±0.33 °C (30 °C)
±0.5 °C (10..50 °C)
±1.0 °C (–10..75 °C)

Internal thermometer linearity

±0.5 °C

Internal thermometer resolution

0.0625 °C

Dimensions
(excluding connectors)

483 x 280 x 89mm (excluding connectors)

Weight

1.95kg

Voltage requirements

10..24V DC

Current at 12 V DC with GPS

270 mA

4.7 Appendix G - Revision history

24 May 2011

A

New document

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