BRAINBOXES ES-357 (01) PDF MANUAL


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PDF Content Summary: ES-246, ES-257, ES-313, ES-320, ES-357 ES-701, ES-279, ES-346 & ES-842 Quick Start Guide for Brainboxes Ethernet to Serial Range Contents 1. Box Contents Check List 2 2. Hardware 3 3. Network IP Addressing 4 4. Connecting your ES Device 5 5. Installing your ES Device on Windows 6 6. Configuring your ES Device 11 6.1. Finding your COM port. 11 6.2. Advanced Configuration: Changing the IP address 11 6.3. Advanced Configuration: Changing the COM label 13 7. Default Settings 14 8. Pin outs 15 8.1. Serial DB9 Pin outs 15 8.2. Serial Terminal Block Pin outs 15 8.3. Power Terminal Block Pin outs 9. LED information 16 For more information, please refer to Product Manual on CD Information on Product Accreditations, Safety, and correct disposal of this product can be found on the Product CD Windows is a mark of Microsoft, the other marks belong to their respective owners. Brainboxes Limited. ES-QSG V21 1. Box Contents Check List - ES-357 Thank you for purchasing Brainboxes Ethernet to Serial product. This quick start guide will help you set up your ES device so that you can begin experiencing the benefits of Ethernet to Serial technology.

Ethernet to Serial Device Optional Accessory Items Quick Start Guide Product CD Power Supply DIN Rail KitsPW-644 (UK) / PW-611 (EU) - ES-357 - 1xRS232+1xRS422/485 MK-048 - ES-246 - 1xRS232 - ES-257 - 2xRS232 - ES-320 - 1xRS422/485 - ES-313 - 2xRS422/485 - ES-357 - 1xRS232+1xRS422/485

NB: Images below show an ES-357 1x RS232, 1x422/485 as an example. The same steps can be applied to all other products in the ES Ethernet to Serial range 2 1. Box Content - All Excluding ES-357

Ethernet to Serial Device Quick Start Guide Product CD Power Supply PW-844 (UK) / PW-811 (EU) - Output:5V CD 1.0A (5W)

DIN Rail Kit Optional Accessory Items MK-048 - ES-246 - 1xRS232 - ES-257 - 2xRS232 - ES-320 - 1xRS422/485 - ES-313 - 2xRS422/485 - ES-357 - 1xRS232+1xRS422/485 PW-544 (UK) / PW-511 (EU) - Output: 5V DC 3.0A (15W) Optional Accessory Items

MK-059 Power Supply - ES-701 - 4xRS232 - ES-279 - 8xRS232 - ES-346 - 4xRS422/485 - ES-842 - 8xR422/485 MK-070 - ES-701 - 4xRS232 - ES-279 - 8xRS232 - ES-346 - 4xRS422/485 - ES-842 - 8xR422/485 PW-844 (UK) / PW-811 (EU) - ES-246 - 1xRS232 - ES-257 - 2xRS232 - ES-320 - 1xRS422/485 - ES-313 - 2xRS422/485 - ES-701 - 4xRS232 - ES-279 - 8xRS232 PW-544 (UK) / PW-511 (EU) - ES-346 - 4xRS422/485 - ES-842 - 8xR422/485

3 2. Hardware

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1. 9 Pin D Serial Port or only on ES-357 screw terminal block connection 6. Reset button (use unfolded paperclip to press)

2. Wall mount screw hole 7. Ethernet port connection - 10BaseT / 100BaseTX 3. Serial Port(s) LED 8. Status LED 4. Ethernet LED 9. DIN Rail kit holes 5. ES-357/ES-246/ES-257/ES-320 - Power Input 5-30V DC, 1.8W Max / 1.0W Typical ES-313 - Power Input 5-30V DC, 2.6W Max / 1.2W Typical 4 2. Hardware 3 3 8 8 9 96 7 5 6 7 5 11 1. Serial Ports 6. Reset button (use unfolded paperclip to press)

2. Wall mount screw hole (on underneath of box) 7. Ethernet port connection - 10BaseT / 100BaseTX

3. Serial Port(s) LED 8. Status LED 4. Ethernet LED 9. DIN Rail kit holes (on underneath of box) 5. ES-357/ES-246/ES-257/ES-320 - Power Input 5-30V DC, 1.8W Max / 1.0W Typical ES-313 - Power Input 5-30V DC, 2.6W Max / 1.2W Typical 5 3. Network IP Addressing The ES device is shipped in “DHCP Mode". ● On connecting to the network, the device automatically checks if it is connected to a DHCP Server. If this is the case, the DHCP server will allocate an IP address automatically to the ES device. ● If no DHCP Server is detected (e.g. you are connecting to a Private network), the ES device will default to an IP address of 192.168.127.254 within 60 seconds. Please ensure the PC you’re using for configuration can communicate with the 192.168.127.xxx IP range. 6 4. Connecting your ES Device 1. Connect the ES device to your local network or a private network by using a standard straight-through or crossover Ethernet cable and plugging into the Ethernet port connection. 2. Connecting to Power Connect the power adapter or a DC power line (5-30V) to the ES power terminal block or jack connection If using the Brainboxes PW-644 power supply ensure: a. The wire marked “-“ is connected to V- b. The wire marked “+” is connected to V+ *If using your own power supply please check input requirements on page 4 - Hardware 3. Confirm the device beeps as it is turned on. 4. When the Status LED starts blinking green (after 5-60 seconds), the device is ready to use. 5. Connect the serial cable from your serial device to the serial port on the ES device. Refer to Section 8 of this Quick Start Guide for pin outs. Make a note of device MAC address (on side panel, 00-0a-4f-XX-XX-XX) as you will need it to identify the device on your network later. 7 5. Installing your ES Device on Windows 1. Insert the CD into your PC. This should launch the Boost.LAN Navigation Page automatically. Note: If the navigation page does not auto load, go to Start → My Computer → Right Click the CD and select Explore. This will open the CD in Windows Explorer for browsing the contents of the CD. Locate the “Setup.exe” program on the CD and double click to launch. Proceed to Step 3. 2. Click "Install" to launch the Boost.LAN Setup.exe 8 3. Follow the on screen instructions to install the Boost.LAN software. Note: Boost.LAN software requires the Microsoft .NET framework to be installed on your machine. If it is not already installed, the Setup.exe will install it automatically. Please follow on screen instructions and reboot if prompted to continue installation. 9 5. Installing your ES Device Continued... 4. When installation is complete, you should see an icon labelled Boost.LAN Manager on the desktop. Double click the link to open the application 5. Click on the “Find Devices” link in the top left hand side of the window. 10 6. You can find your Brainboxes ES device by selecting a device and matching it with the corresponding MAC address available on the left hand panel (see opposite page). 7. Once found, select the device and scroll to the "Tasks" section on the left hand panel 8. Click Install Device. 9. When the device is installed a pop up box will appear saying “Your new hardware is installed and ready to use.” 11

5. Installing your ES Device Continued...12

6. Configuring your ES Device 6.1 Finding your COM port 1. Open the Boost.LAN Manager and select your device 2. Under the COM ports section, make a note of the COM port installed and which COM port you will use to communicate to your serial device (e.g. RS-232 or RS422/485 port) 3. Open your application and select the Brainboxes COM port. 4. Your ES device is now ready to be used with your application. 6.2 Advanced Configuration: Changing the IP address 1. Open the Boost.LAN Manager and select your device 2. Click the “Change” link in the Device Info panel (see next page). 3. Change the IP Addresses to your desired address. 13

6. Configuring your ES Device Continued...14

6.3. Advanced Configuration: Changing the COM label 1. Double click on the Port entry in the Boost.LAN Manager. 2. Click on the 'Port Settings' tab 3. Click Advanced 4. A new COM Port label can be selected from the dropdown menu. Click OK to set the new COM Label. If the COM Port number is labelled “in use”, it is either currently used by a COM Port present on the system, or is reserved for a device which is not currently present. It is still possible to select this COM number and force the change, if you are sure it is not required by any other device. 15 7. Default Settings Network Settings Device Network Address DHCP mode Web Server Port 80 Port Settings RS232 RS422/485 Baudrate 115200 115200 Databits 8 8 Stop Bits n n Parity 1 1 Flow Control None None Duplex Mode N/A Full Duplex

Protocol Settings Telnet + COM port control Mode (Server) TCP/UDP Port Numbers Device Web Server 80 (TCP) / 9000 (TCP) Serial Ports 1-8 9001-9008 (TCP) Telnet + COM port control Mode (Server)

Firmware Upgrade 67 (UDP) - BOOTP Server 68 (UDP) - BOOTP Client 69 (UDP) – TFTP Port 1416 8. Pin Outs 8.1. Serial DB9 Pin outs RS232 RS422/485 8.2. Serial Terminal Block Pin outs / Power Terminal Block Pin outs

RS232 Port RS422/485 Port Pin 1 TxD Pin 6 TxD+ Pin 2 RxD Pin 7 TxD Pin 3 RTS Pin 8 RxD+/D+ Pin 4 CTS Pin 9 RxD-/D Pin 5 GND Pin 10 GND 8.3. Jack Plug Pin 1 V+ Power Supply + Pin 2 V- Power Supply - Pin 3 Earth/Chassis Ground All power jacks are centre=positive, outer=ground Devices that use PW-5xx PSUs: 5.5mm cylindrical jack plug Devices that use PW-8xx PSUs: 4mm cylindrical jack plug

17 9. LED Information LED Information Status LED Green Light on Flashing Green Device Ready Flashing Yellow Changing Settings

Flashing between Red & Green Flashing between Green & Red/Yellow Querying IP IP Problem

Flashing Green/Red Performing Hard Reset

Flashing between Green & Yellow Problem during initialization (e.g. Firmware Problem)

Serial Port LED Green light on Port Open Flashing light on Data RX/TX Ethernet LED Green light on Link established Flashing Green Data RX / TX For further configuration details, or technical information on the ES product, please refer to Product Manual on CD 1418 There’s so much more to Brainboxes To enjoy the full benefits of Brainboxes, contact UK - t. +44 (0)151 220 2500 f. +44 (0)151 252 0446 e. sales@brainboxes.com w. brainboxes.com Brainboxes Ltd. Unit 3c Wavertree Boulevard South, Wavertree Technology Park, Liverpool, L7 9PF, UK USA - TollFree. +1 (888) 958 5538 Japan - t. +81-3-3833-2500 Brainboxes Japan. 1-2-8 Shinjyuku, Shinjyku-ku, Tokyo, 160-0022 Japan, or visit brainboxes.com


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