Author Topic: == IOR5E with SBC65EC Ethernet Board ==  (Read 8217 times)

modtro2

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== IOR5E with SBC65EC Ethernet Board ==
« on: May 29, 2009, 03:05:31 AM »
The new SBC65EC V3.10 software supports the IOR5E input/output/relay board, and is now available on our server. New Firmware can be downloaded here:
http://www.modtronix.com/products/sbc65ec/firmware/

The SBC65EC is configured via it's web interface to work with the IOR5E. Select "System Configuration" in menu, and than "Expansion Board". In combo box of web page that is loaded, select "IOR5E", and click update.



Now click "Back to Main Page" button, and than select "Expansion Board". This will load the IOR5E web page.


When combining these two boards, they have the following features:
  • I/01 to I/O5 can be configured via web interface to be Analog Inputs, Digital Inputs, or Digital Outputs. They can be monitored (when configured as inputs), or controlled (when configured as ouputs) via the web interface.
  • I/06 can be configured via web interface to be Digital Input, or Digital Output. It can be monitored (when configured as input), or controlled (when configured as ouput) via the web interface.
  • 4 Opto Coupler inputs can be monitored via web interface.
  • 5 Relays can be controlled via web interface, or HTTP Get messages (send from a program on a PC for example).
  • Any of the 6 I/Os configured as Digital Outputs can be controlled via UDP commands. See "Expansion Board" section in documentation.
  • 5 Relays can be controlled via UDP commands. See "Expansion Board" section in documentation.
  • Current value of any of the 6 I/Os configured as inputs can be requested via UDP commands. See "UDP Request Command" section in documentation.
  • Current value of 4 Opto Coupler inputs can be requested via UDP commands. See "UDP Request Command" section in documentation.
  • UDP events can be enabled, after which any change to the 4 opto coupler inputs, or any I/O configured as a digital inputs will be sent to a configurable UDP port on a client machine. For details, see documentation.


All source code, and binary files can be downloaded from the self extracting zip file at:
http://www.modtronix.com/products/sbc65ec/websrvr65_v310.exe

Documentation is here:
http://www.modtronix.com/products/sbc65ec/websrvr65_v310/index.html
« Last Edit: May 29, 2009, 03:33:59 AM by modtro2 »