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External Control
Overview
nion control i/o
25 pin GPIO Ethernet
Serial
connector
jack
control port
Serial bridging
via CobraNet
(RS-485)
GPIO Dialog Boxes
NioNode
CAB 4n
Not a selection in Properties,
always available on GPIO Tab
nion GPIO
Up to 16 User Configurable
Low Voltage/Current GIO
AS..
–16 Digital Input Or Output
• 0.8 - 2.0VDC TTL Input
• 3.3VDC TTL Output
• Up To 8 Rotary Encoders
nion GPIO
Up to 16 User Configurable
Low Voltage/Current GIO
AS..
–16 Analog Input
• 0 - 24VDC input with 12 Bit Precision
• 1k Or 10K Potentiometer
External Or Self Powered (to ground)
nion GPIO
Up to 16 User Configurable
Low Voltage/Current GIO
AS..
• Three Clock Outputs On Select GIO
• One each
–Word/Brick/Frame Clock
nion GPIO
PLUS
Four High Current Outputs
500mA @ 11.5VDC
Configurable as PWM
AND
ONE
SPDT Fault Relay
cab4n GPIO
8 Analog Or Digital I/O
4 SPDT Relays
1 SPDT Fault Relay
GPIO-25
• DB-25 to Euro-Connectors
Break Out
• 4” DIN Rail
• 3’ Cable
Driving An LED With A Digital Output
+12VDC
GPIO Digital Output
Series Resistance As Needed
To Protect Transistor & LED
1k 1/4W
This diagram is for general reference only and should not be used in system design.
General Purpose
NPN Transistor
Gain ≈ 100
Driving A Relay Coil With GPIO
+12VDC
GPIO Digital Output
12 VDC
Relay Coil
Imax <100mA
1N4003
Series Resistance As Needed
To Protect Transistor
1k 1/4W
General Purpose
NPN Transistor
Gain ≈ 100
ALWAYS Use A Flyback Diode On A Relay Coil!
It Prevents Back EMF From Destroying The Switching Transistor.
This diagram is for general reference only and should not be used in system design.
• Control Protocols
Serial Control
– RS422, RS485, RS232
– Standard ASCII Text Strings
• PASHA, X-Net
• Control Alias
AND
RATC2
– Replaces Control Groups
– Improved User Interface
– Supports Long Alias Names
• Case Sensitive
• No Spaces Allowed
PASHA And X-Net Still Use Three Character Alias
Nion Serial Control
Port
•DB9 on the rear of the unit.
•Unique pinout - be careful.
•RS422/485 operation.
•Integral 120 ohm terminators.
•Use pins 1 & 2 for RS485 (1+, 2-).
•Supplies +12VDC @ 500mA
for XControls.
Control Via TCP/IP
• RATC And RATC2
–Both Supported
–Re-Use Existing Control Systems
–RATC Type Must Be Selected
During Design (NioNode Properties)
–RATC2 - Improved User Interface
• Shorter Commands
• Type “h” For Command List
RATC2 Telnet Session
Control Via TCP/IP
NWare Kiosk
NWare Kiosk
CONtrol MANager
• SNMP Functions
• Offload Control Duties
From NIONs
• Control Third Party
Products
(Currently not factory supported)
(Currently not factory supported)
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