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1 Field Proven Performance – Industrial Grade Support DATA-LINC GROUP Training: CIX “30” Series I/O Extenders Released: 2012/12/10

2 2 Agenda Items RF Modules CIX6x30 Master Networks CIX6x30 Configuration CIX6x35 Configuration CIX6x35 Master Networks CIX6x30 Product Details CIX6x35 Product Details Title Page Overview Closing

3 CIX “30” Series I/O Overview

4 4 CIX Network Types Side-By-Side CIX I/O Master CIX Communications Master

5 5 CIX I/O Master Networks  A single product can “spare” all units  Remotes (max): 8  Maximum unique I/O channels (points):  8 discrete inputs  8 discrete outputs  4 analog inputs  4 analog outputs

6 6 CIX I/O Master Example

7 7 CIX Communications Master Networks  Master and Remotes are different products  Remotes (max): 16  Maximum unique I/O channels (points):  128 discrete inputs  128 discrete outputs  64 analog inputs  64 analog outputs

8 8 CIX Ethernet/IP Master Example

9 9 CIX6x30 & CIX6x35  The CIX64xx and CIX65xx products are identical expect for the RF module:  902 – 928MHz CIX6430 / CIX6435  2.4 – GHz CIX6530 / CIX6535  Backward compatible with all DAX and CIX products CIX6530 has Identical Appearance CIX6535 has Identical Appearance

10 10 NEW PART #PREVIOUS PART #DESCRIPTION CIX6430CIX6400/R DAX6400/R Remote I/O unit 900MHz * CIX6430 can be I/O Master CIX6435CIX6400/MMaster communications interface 900MHz CIX6530CIX6500/R DAX6500/R Remote I/O unit 2.4GHz * CIX6530 can be I/O Master CIX6535CIX6500/MMaster communications interface 2.4GHz CIX/EXR DAX/EXR Remote I/O Unit No Radio (wired) Remote I/O Product Updates

11 CIX6x30 & CIX/EXR

12 12 CIX6430 / CIX6530 Features (1)  Uses latest technology RF module offering AES256 encryption  All SRM RF module features available  Single unit supports I/O master or I/O Slave operation  EX-Linc full duplex port (RS232 and RS485) for CIX/EXR expander and I/O configuration  LincView OPC support

13 13 CIX6430 / CIX6530 Features (2)  Discrete I/O Terminals  8 discrete inputs for self-sensing of dry contacts  8 discrete 24VDC open collector 100 ma continuous  LED indicator for each discrete  On Comm Error (LED) each Remote output is configurable to off, on, or hold last value  Analog I/O Terminals  12 bit resolution  4 single ended analog inputs  4 single ended analog outputs  Each analog output is configurable for 0-20ma, 4-20ma or 0-10VDC  On Comm Error (LED) each Remote output is configurable to assigned value or hold last value

14 14 CIX/EXR Wired Extender  Wired version (no RF module) of a CIX6x30  Wire connects to a CIX6x30 for I/O point expansion via EX-Linc RS232 or RS485  RS232 distance not to exceed 50 feet and a single CIX/EXR  RS485 total wire not to exceed 4000 feet and 7 CIX/EXR remotes  Cannot be a Master  Adds to Remote count

15 15 CIX6x30 External Components IDDESCRIPTION 1Comms Error LED (normally OFF) 2 Discrete output LED indicators (8) ON = 1 closed, OFF = 0 open circuit 3Discrete open collector outputs (8) 4 Discrete input LED indicators ON = 1 closed, OFF = 0 open circuit 5Discrete inputs, self-sensing (8) 6Analog passive inputs (4) 7Analog powered outputs (4) 8Movable mounting brackets. 9 Indicator LEDs P = Power, C = RF Carrier, I = Data input to radio, O = Data output from radio EX-Linc port. DB9 RS232 DCE connector and RS485 connector. 12Product input power, 12 to 28VDC. 13Pin hole to Configuration Pushbutton. 14RS232 Radio Port. 15Antenna SMA connector.

16 16 CIX6x30 Internal Diagram  The internal switches are typically not used except:  SW 6 I/O - (default position) Used for I/O module config & CIX/EXR master connected  SW 6 RF – Used for RF module config & CIX/EXR Remote connected

17 17 Discrete Outputs & Protection  These outputs are designed to operate the coil of a 12 or 24VDC relay  With all eight outputs enabled simultaneously, each can drive up to 100ma  If only four outputs are used, each can drive up to 200ma  The “P” terminal provides inductive load voltage suppression for each output

18 18 CIX6x30 as Master - Discrete I/O  Remote Inputs - The same discrete input terminal from all Remotes are OR’d to be the Master output terminal  Each master discrete input terminal becomes the same terminal output at all Remotes

19 19  Take the Master view perspective  There are 4 analog inputs, 4 analog outputs  When configuring analogs, AI and AO are assigned as pairs (so there are 4 pairs)  AI1 and AO1 are a pair  AI2 and AO2, are a pair…  Starting from Remote 1, Remotes are assigned 0 to 4 AI/AO Master pairs  The AI/AO pairs are assigned to Remotes in sequential order starting with the first AI/AO pair CIX6x30 as Master – Analog I/O (1)

20 20 CIX6x30 as Master – Analog I/O (2)  In this example:  Remote 1: 1 AI/AO pair  Remote 2: 2 AI/AO pairs  Remote 3: 1 AI/AO pair  A Remote could be assigned zero analogs  Notice the Remote analogs always begin with terminal 1 so Remote 3 terminal 1 are Master terminal 4

21 CIX6x35

22 22 CIX6435 / CIX6535 Features (1)  Is always a Master  RF module supports AES256 encryption  Cannot wire connect to a CIX/EXR  LincView OPC Support  Up to 16 CIX Remotes per network  A maximum of 384 points  Each I/O terminal on each Remote is uniquely addressable

23 23 CIX6435 / CIX6535 Features (2)  Communicates with user equipment via  Ethernet (10/100baseT) with auto MDX  Or serial RS232 or RS485)  Never both  Ethernet Protocols  Ethernet/IP  ModbusTCP  Serial Protocols  Modbus RTU  DF1

24 24 CIX6x35 External Components IDDESCRIPTION 1Power. 9 to 30VDC 2Reset/Config push button 3 Indicator Lights P – Power C – RF carrier O – RF transmitting data I – RF receiving data L1 – 2.4GHz, RF signal strength L2 – 2.4GHz, RF signal strength M1 – Blinks if a Remote doesn’t reply M2 – Not Used 4Ethernet RJ45, auto 10/100 & MDIX 5LAN activity light 6Diagnostics port 7SerialLinc RS232 and RS485 8Movable mounting brackets

25 25 CIX6435 / CIX6535 Functional Diagram  User Equipment reads from & writes to the CIX Master (Ethernet or serial, never both)  The CIX Master continually & sequentially reads from & writes to Remote CIX units

26 26  User equipment must support one of these protocols:  Ethernet/IP (Ethernet port)  Modbus TCP (Ethernet port)  DF1 full duplex (Serial port)  Modbus RTU (Serial port)  Using Allen-Bradley PLCs, communication is performed using ordinary ladder MSG read and MSG write instructions  Using Schneider PLCs, communication is performed using structured text READ_VAR and WRITE_VAR, other comunication instructions, or NOE modules Communication I/O Data Exchange

27 27 Ethernet/IP & DF1 I/O Map

28 28 Modbus RTU & Modbus/TCP I/O Map

29 29 Modbus RTU & Modbus I/O Map (1)

30 RF Module

31 31 RF Module Specifications (1) SPECIFICATION900 MHz (V3)2.4 GHz (V3) General Distance<= 25 miles (40km)<= 10 miles (16km) RF Speed144/188 kbps Data throughput (max)115/153.6 kbps LincView OPCDiagnostics Port P2P ModesMas, Slv, Rpt P2MP ModesMas, Slv, Rpt, Rpt/Slv EncryptionAES256, Substitiution Dynamic Key AES256, Substitution Dynamic Key Error CorrectionCRC, 32 bit

32 32 RF Module Specifications (2) SPECIFICATION900 MHz (V3)2.4 GHz (V3) Antenna Impedance50 ohm ConnectorSMA (STD thread) Receiver Sensitivity BER) Selectivity KHz Transmitter Output Power1 watt (10 steps)0.5 watt (10 steps) ModulationFHSS, GFSK

33 33  CIX products use SRM RF modules  CIX6530/CIX6535 use SRM 2.4GHz antenna system components  CIX6430/CIX6435 use SRM 900MHz antenna system components Antenna Subsystem

34 34 RF Health - LincView OPC

35 35 RF Health – Radio Statistics

36 CIX6x30 I/O Master Networks

37 37 CIX I/O Master Networks  A single product can “spare” all units  Remotes (max): 8  Network wide maximum I/O points:  8 discrete inputs  8 discrete outputs  4 analog inputs  4 analog outputs

38 38 CIX Point-To-Point Example

39 39 CIX Point-To-Multipoint Example

40 40 CIX/EXR Remote Wired to Remote

41 41 CIX/EXR Remote Wired to Master

42 42 CIX with LincView OPC

43 43 CIX Wired to PLC I/O

44 CIX6x35 Communication Master Networks

45 45 CIX Communications Master Networks  Master and Remotes are different products  Remotes (max): 16  Network wide maximum I/O points:  128 discrete inputs  128 discrete outputs  64 analog inputs  64 analog outputs

46 46 CIX Ethernet Point-To-Point Example

47 47 CIX Serial Point-To-Point Example

48 48 CIX Complex & LincView OPC Example  RF modules in P2MP support Master, Repeater, or Repeater/Slave  RF modules in P2P support Master, Repeater or Slave  LincView supports P2MP networks  The V3 RF modules do not support LincView over Ethernet

49 CIX6x30 Configuration

50 50  For each CIX6x30 there are two configuration steps  The I/O module  The RF module  Use CixLincio.exe utility to configure  CIX6430/CIX6530 Master I/O  CIX6530/CIX6530 Remote I/O  Use Configlinc-s.exe utility to configure  CIX6430/CIX6530 Master RF module  CIX6530/CIX6530 Remote RF module  Remotes are assigned a unique Remote Address  Remote numbers must start with 1 for the first Remote, then sequentially for additional Remotes  If using a CIX6x30 Master, the maximum Remotes is 8  If using a CIX6x35 Master, the maximum Remotes is 16 CIX6x30 Configuration Utility

51 51 CIX5x30 Configuration Cabling I/O Module ConfigurationRF Module Configuration

52 52 CIX6x30 I/O Master Configuration

53 53 CIX6x30 I/O Remote Configuration

54 54 CIX6x30 RF Master Configuration

55 55 CIX6x30 RF Remote Configuration

56 CIX6x35 (Protocol Master) Configuration

57 57  These products are always an RF Master  The Ethernet port is used to configure, NOT the EX-Linc serial port  I/O configuration is simply a count of Remotes CIX6x35 Configuration Utility

58 58 CixLinc Utility (1) After pressing “Ethernet Locate” all discovered CIX masters will be displayed. Choose one from the list and press “Configure”.

59 59 CixLinc Utility (2)

60 Field Proven Performance – Industrial Grade Support DATA-LINC GROUP Thank You!


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