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Ethernet I/O Set-Up
This presentation will step through a typical configuration of the CON-DVT-IOE.
Intellect 1.5 is used for the software portion.
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Identifying the Hardware
• The CON-DVT-IOE is made up of several
components
–
–
–
–
The Ethernet Bus Coupler
Ethernet Input Modules
Ethernet Output Modules
End Module
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Connecting Wires to the Terminals
• Insert screwdriver into the opening above
the connection. This opens the Cage
Clamp®
• Insert the wire into the connection
opening.
• Remove the screwdriver.
• After installation, the wires and terminals
should be labeled.
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Supplying Power to the Device
• The CON-DVT-IOE requires 24VDC to be
supplied to the Device.
• There are two locations that need 24VDC.
– System Supply
• Supplies voltage for all internal system
components. (500ma max)
– Field Supply
• Supplies voltage to the sensors and
actuators connected to the I/O modules.
(500ma max)
• In this example a single Power Supply will
be used for the entire device. If voltage
isolation is required or a single supply is
not adequate, separate sources can be
used.
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Powering to the CON-DVT-IOE
•Connect +24VDC to the System
Supply and Field Supply. (Red Lines)
•Connect Neutral to the System Supply
and Field Supply. (Green Lines)
•Only insert a single wire into a single
connection hole.
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Connecting Inputs and Outputs
•The Ethernet Output Modules
– 8 Signal Connections
– 4 +24VDC Connections
– 4 Ground Connections
•The Ethernet Input Modules
– 8 Signal Connections
– 4 Ground Connections
– 4 +24VDC Connections
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Connecting Inputs and Outputs
Ethernet I/O:
•It is recommended that the Ethernet I/O NOT be used
for time sensitive signals. Such as:
– Trigger Input
– Strobe Output
•The following example demonstrates connecting an
Indicator Lamp to the Ethernet Output 4.
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Connecting Inputs and Outputs
Ethernet I/O:
•The following example demonstrates connecting a
Switch to the Ethernet Input 2.
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Communicating to the CON-DVT-IOE
• The CON-DVT-IOE is an Ethernet Device. Meaning that all of the communications done
with the camera is done via the Ethernet connection.
•There are several communication configurations available. The most typical are using a
Local Area Network (LAN) or a Corporate Wide Network (WAN).
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LAN Configuration
• In this configuration the
devices are on their own
network.
• This gives the user the most
control and flexibility of the
IP addresses and settings.
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WAN Configuration
• In this configuration the devices are
on the Corporate network.
• The user usually needs to be
assigned specific IP addresses from
the IT dept.
• Conflicts could arise from other
equipment on the network.
• This setup allows users to access the
devices from anywhere on the
network.
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Hardware Setup Complete
•The CON-DVT-IOE now has power supplied.
•Several peripheral devices are connected to the I/O.
•For additional information and specifications refer to the document supplied with the
CON-DVT-IOE (CON-DVT-IOE.pdf).
•Now the device needs to be configured using Intellect 1.5 or later.
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Configuring the I/O
•The Inputs and Outputs of the CON-DVT-IOE are configured using the Communications
Manager within Intellect 1.5.
•The following slides will step through all of the necessary settings.
•Be sure that the camera is connected to the device in one of the configurations mentioned
earlier. (LAN/WAN)
•Verify that the CON-DVT-IOE device is powered up.
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Configuring the I/O
•Open the Intellect Application.
•Connect to the desired Camera.
•Once a connection has been made you can
now go to the System Communications
Manger.
– It is located under the Upper task bar
» select System
» then System Communications
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Using the System Communication Manager
•Below is a screenshot of the Communication Manager and the Properties
Window
•Select
•You
canDigital
see the
I/Ocurrent
and then
I/ODVT
configuration
Ethernet I/O
and the Address information
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Setting the IP Address
•Enter
•In
•When
the the
Properties
Clicking
information
onWindow;
the into
box,the
Click
thethree
BootP
in the
fields.
window
IP Address
will appear.
field and a Box will appear in the
Right
of theButton.
field. (See next slide for additional info)
•Click Side
the Start
The MAC address is printed on a label affixed to
the side of the CON-DVT-IOE
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Setting the IP Address
•When the Start Button is pressed, Intellect is waiting for a BootP Request from the
CON-DVT-IOE with the matching MAC address.
•When a request is received Intellect sets the IP address and Subnet Mask of the
CON-DVT-IOE.
•To make the CON-DVT-IOE send a BootP request it must be power cycled.
•The key is to cycle power to the CON-DVT-IOE but NOT the camera. If power is cut
from camera then the Intellect User Interface (UI) will lose communication.
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Power Cycling the CON-DVT-IOE
•The Best way to cycle the power of the CON-DVT-IOE without affecting the Camera
would be to place a switch on the supply side of the CON-DVT-IOE.
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Setting the IP Address
•Next in
•Once
•Now
•NOTE:
Click
the
The
theCON-DVT-IOE
OK.
Properties
Status is Stopped.
window
is powered
you
The should
next
cycled
step
see
you
isthe
should
to set
MACitsee
and
to Run.
aIP
message
Address.
similar to the one
below.
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Starting the Information Transfer
•You should
•RIGHT
click see
on the
the DVT
Status
Ethernet
changeI/O
from
folder
Stopped to Starting… and finally to Running.
•Select “Start Transfer”
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Final Items
•Now you can change the Functions assigned to the individual I/O using the
Communications Manager
•Just as with the Physical I/O, the state of the Ethernet I/O will not change unless
Inspections are running. See if the logo in the upper right corner is moving.
Additional information can be found at www.COGNEX.com
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