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3 pCOWeb 2 different add-on cards PCO1000WB0 - ETHERNET :
BACnet Ethernet BACnet over IP SNMP v1, v2.c HTTP (web server) FTP, DHCP,... available PCO1000BB0 - EIA 485 : BACnet MS/TP prototype September 2005

4 pCO 2 pCO C pCO 1 pCO B pCO XS pCO 3
pCO available pCO 2 pCO C pCO 1 pCO B pCO XS pCO 3

5 pCOWeb It allows to access to the variables of the controller (pCOx) through a common Ethernet LAN. Board features Power by pCO ARM7 74MHZ 16MB RAM, 8MB flash Linux 10Mbit Protocols HTTP (web pages 4MB) SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) BACnet (BACnet over IP and BACnet over Ethernet) FTP server, FTP client (plug-in optional) NTP (Network Time Protocol) (plug-in optional)

6 Introduction Serial Port n.1 BIOS: any version is good
pCO WEB act as a local supervisory sistem SW application: SERIAL1_PROTOCOL=1 (Carel Local (Slave)) 19200 baud (default) IDENT: not important (1-207, 0 not allow)

7 LEDs and Button 2 LEDs Left LED : “Status” Communication with controller Blinking Green = controller online Green = inizializing Blinking Red = installing default setting Right LED : “Ethernet” Communication with LAN Green = connect. Red = LAN not connect 1 Button During runtime : Reboot card. Press the button for 5 to 10 sec. At start-up : copy the factory values from Flash to RAM Press the button. Power-on controller. As soon as the left LED starts blinking (red/off).The pCOWeb will make 3 fast blink = confirm. IP address= Subnet mask= Username=httpadmin, password=fhttpadmin, etc…

8 Installing the board Upload SW application into the board. Check protocol & baud rate (SERIAL1_PROTOCOL=1, INI_BAUD_SPV=4) Plug the board into the serial port n.1 (BMS) Connect pCOWEB to the PC Test Plan : use cross cable Switch On the control. Wait till the end of the boot (about 1min) Boot’s end when the left green LED blinks

9 Configuring the PC Usually the TCP/IP configuration of the PC doesn’t match with the pCOWEB one(DHCP, subnet mask) Change Network Properties/ Internet protocol (TCP/IP)

10 Configuring Browser (Explorer)
Disable the Proxy server Run Explorer Click tools/Internet options Click Connection tab Click LAN setting Unselect Use proxy server… Check Box

11 Accessing to the main page
Run Explorer (or other browser) (default address for the new card)

12 Web Administrator Open the main/index page (complete address: Click on Web Administrator reserved area link Login: admin, password: fadmin

13 PcoWeb HTTP

14 PcoWeb HTTP

15 PcoWeb General Used/Free Flashdisk space

16 PcoWeb General These setting are used when you press the button at start-up

17 PcoWeb General Ethernet Configuration (IP,n° RX/TX,...)

18 PcoWeb General Memory state Boot Messagges (button pressed,...)

19 PcoWeb General System log

20 PcoWeb General Ethernet Variables

21 PcoWeb General Adjust HTML pages attributes

22 Network Configuration
Most Important Parameters IP address Netmask Gateway, DNS: for FTP client (send file to

23 pCO COM Communication Parameters with the controller
Don’t change them (not convenient)

24 Rescue “Reboot system” Like to press the button at runtime
“STOP SYSTEM-put into emergency Mode” Like to “Safe mode” of Windows Click this link if the board hangs (never used, up to now)

25 Demo Test Page. It allows to send the first 10 A/I/D variables to control pCO set result RED: error (some variables can’t be changed) GREEN: OK

26 PcoWeb SNMP

27 SNMP(Simple Network Management Protocol)
SNMP v2.c: available Carel OID: TRAP User trap System TRAP TRAP editor FILE MIB: “Describes” the variables/objects (i.e. “Room Temperature”, “High Pressure Alarm circuit 1”,...) MIB for standard applications: available MIB for custom applications custom: “easy” to do MIB validator available on the internet

28 PcoWeb BacNet

29 BacNet Configuration

30 Compatibility

31 PcoWeb Plugins

32 PcoWeb Users

33 PcoWeb Firmware

34 How to download/upload a page
An FTP client is required. (i.e. Explorer, TotalCommander, WS_FTP, SmartFTP, …) Explorer: open Total Commander: Login: Username: httpadmin, password: fhttpadmin Root directory: ftp:// The new board have only 1 file: index.html Originale (R): /usr/local/root/defindex.html User (R/W): /usr/local/root/flash/http/index.html Copy/Delete/Rename files is like your local disk (Drag&Drop)

35 How to download/upload a page

36 How to download/upload a page

37 How to create a WEB page You must know the HTML language
Pages must include the following lines(within the firsts 10 line) <!—tagparser=“/pcotagfilt”--> Special tags (most common) Read variable: <%VAR(0,t,i)%> Write variable: GET method name=“script:var(0,t,i,min,max)” t=type. 1:digital, 2: analog, 3:integer. i=index 1…199 (Digital), 1…127 (Analogic, Integer). min, max=minimum/maximum value (i.e for analog)

38 Test page Test Page Show temperature, setpoint, cooling
Change Setpoint

39 Remarks You can customize all pages (index, configuration ,etc) Use the system ones as template Browser / View HTML command: You don’t see the real source HTML files. Carel tags are replaced with value. Flash Memory Reserved Area (about 4MB) Contains operating system and pages configuration. It isn’t possible to damage the content. User Area (about 4MB) User pages are stored here. When pCO WEB boots, firmware is copied into RAM, then continue to boot from RAM. System uses conf.params in RAM (important if you press the button)

40 Useful Address Index.html (user) Browser:
FTP:/usr/local/root/flash/http/index.html Index.html (original) Browser: not available FTP:/usr/local/root/defadmin/index.html Web administrator page (original) Browser: /config/adminpage.html FTP:/usr/local/root/flash/config/adminpage.html

41 FTP Client Plug In The pCOWEB have the possible to send (time slot configurable) a .XML file (customize) to FTP server. Connect to pCOWeb via FTP (user/password: root/froot) Use an FTP Client: SmartFtp, LeechFtp (FREEWARE) Advise: Your password can several of this: see USERS page Download files configuration. Configure FTP CLIENT & NTP CLIENT (address,pause,...) Reboot pCOWEB

42 STEP A A-Copy these files: -ftp -ntpdate -xmlcreator
into:/usr/local/root/flash/bin_users and give them the EXECUTE property

43 STEP B B-Copy these files: -ftp_script -ntp_script
into:/usr/local/root/flash/etc/rc_users and give them the EXECUTE property

44 STEP C C-Copy these file: -template.xml
into: /usr/local/root/flash/etc/sysconfig/conf_users

45 STEP D D-copy these files: -ftp_client.html -ntp_client.html
into: /usr/local/root/flash/http/plugins and give them the READ property

46 -[your IP]/http/plugins/ftp_client.html
FTP configuration Address of your FTP Server FTP Server Port (default is 21) FTP Login ID FTP Server Password Path to your FTP directory The output file name. We suggest using an XML extension, since the file is in XML format Pause (in seconds) between executions of the FTP push routine IP Address of your proxy server (if you do not use a proxy server, leave this blank) Comm port of your proxy server (if you do not use a proxy server, leave this blank) -[your IP]/http/plugins/ftp_client.html

47 Example .XML <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!-- edited with XMLSpy v2005 rel. 3 U ( by Alessandro Schiavo (Carel S.p.A.) --> <PCOWEB> <SYSTEM> <HOSTNAME>localhost</HOSTNAME> <DATE> </DATE> <IP_ADDRESS/> <MAC_ADDRESS>00:0a:5c:10:00:06</MAC_ADDRESS> <UPTIME>1d5h54mn</UPTIME> <SYS_VERSION>B1.1.4be</SYS_VERSION> <APP_VERSION>A1.2.6be</APP_VERSION> <SEPARATOR_CHAR>.</SEPARATOR_CHAR> </SYSTEM> <PCO> <PCONAME>Prova PcoWeb</PCONAME> <PCOID>1</PCOID> <DIGITAL> <VARIABLE> <INDEX>1</INDEX> <VALUE>0</VALUE> <PAR_DESCRIPTIONS> <NAME>Al_hp_1</NAME> <DESCRIPTION> <EN>High pressure compressor 1</EN> <IT>Alta pressione compressore 1</IT> </DESCRIPTION> <CODE> <EN>HP1</EN> <IT>HP1</IT> </CODE> <EXTD_DESCRIPTION> <EN>High pressure circuit 1, chiller 2</EN> <IT>Alta pressione circuito 1, chiller 2</IT> </EXTD_DESCRIPTION> </PAR_DESCRIPTIONS> <OPTIONS> <UNIT>--</UNIT> <MIN>0</MIN> <MAX>1</MAX> <RW>R</RW> </OPTIONS> </VARIABLE>

48 NTP NTP Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a system for the synchronization of computers clock time through the Internet; developed mainly near the Delaware university in the United States. They have been some defined 3 versions: the 1 in 1988, the 2 in 1989 and the 3 in The running version is 3, compatible with the previous ones. In order to facilitate the use of the NTP on notebook have defined the simplified version NTP (SNTP 1995). The main characteristics of the NTP are following: Is completely automatic and maintains the synchronization. It’s possible to use with all types of computers. Resistant to the breakdowns. It diffuses UTC time, therefore is independent from time zone and the daylight time. The synchronization precision is until 1 millisecond.

49 -[your IP]/http/plugins/ntp_client.html
Configurazione NTP -[your IP]/http/plugins/ntp_client.html

50 Contact Alessandro Schiavo Product Specialist - Communication & Protocols Marketing Dept. direct (+39)


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