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  1. pCOWeb

  2. pCOWeb and pCOnet • 2 different add-on cards • PCO1000WB0 - ETHERNET : • BACnet Ethernet • BACnet over IP • SNMP v1, v2, v3 • HTTP (web server) • FTP, DHCP,... • available • PCO1000BA0 - EIA 485 : • BACnet MS/TP • available

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

  4. 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 2.4.21 • 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)

  5. 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)

  6. LEDs and Button • 2 LEDs • Left LED : “Status” Communication with controller • Right LED : “Ethernet” Communication with LAN • 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…

  7. 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

  8. 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)

  9. Configuring Browser (Explorer) • Disable the Proxy server • Run Explorer • Click tools/Internet options • Click Connection tab • Click LAN setting • UnselectUse proxy server… • Check Box

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

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

  12. PcoWeb HTTP

  13. PcoWeb HTTP

  14. PcoWeb General • Used/Free Flashdisk space

  15. PcoWeb General • These setting are used when you press the button at start-up

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

  17. PcoWeb General • Ethernet Variables

  18. PcoWeb General • Adjust HTML pages attributes

  19. PcoWeb General

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

  21. pCO COM • Communication Parameters with the controller • You can change only the baud rate

  22. pCOWeb Users

  23. Users

  24. pCOWeb SNMP • SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) is a communication protocol designed to manage TCP/IP networks and devices. • Developed by the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) and adopted as a TCP/IP-based management standard in 1989. • SNMP is a set of standards for network management including: • a protocol, • a database structure specification, • and a set of data objects. • ARCHITECTURE • The SNMP architecture defines a Client/Server relationship. • The Server (Network Management Station) executes management applications or directives which manage and control network elements. • Clients (Network elements) are devices which have management agents responsible for performing the network management functions requested by the Server. • The database, controlled by the SNMP agent, is referred to as the MIB (Management Information Base) and is a standard set of statistical and control values.

  25. pCOWeb SNMP

  26. pCOWeb SNMP • 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 •

  27. MIB The SNMP MIB is arranged in a tree-structured fashion, similar in many ways to a disk directory structure of files. The top level SNMP branch begins with the ISO “internet” directory, which contains four main branches:….

  28. TRAP SNMP traps are an important part of the SNMP standard, and allow devices to self-report problems. These traps are typically logged by the network manager, and drive event notifications. Traps are asynchronous and outside of the control of the network manager

  29. PcoWeb BacNet Database • The pCO* communicated variables are mapped to analog_value and binary_value BACnet objects. • A table-based list of BACnet-visible values is maintained by the pCOWeb. • Each interface table value is accessible by BACnet clients as a Present_Value property of a standard object. • The Carel variable for each interface table slot defines the object type implicitly. • Analog variables are mapped to BACnet Analog Value object type with an instance number equal to their variable number, e.g. analog variable 17 would appear to be BACnet Analog Value 17. Because analog variables are implicitly scaled "times 10" their conversion to REAL in BACnet is scaled accordingly. So the value "123" which is taken to mean "12.3" is converted to a floating point "12.3" as the value for the AV object Present_Value property. • Integer variables are mapped to BACnet Analog Value object type with an instance number equal to their variable number plus 1000, e.g. integer variable 17 would appear to be BACnet Analog Value 1017. The integer value shall be converted to REAL in BACnet. So the value "123" should be converted to a floating point "123.0" as the value for the AV object Present_Value property. • Digital variables are mapped to BACnet Binary Value object type with an instance number equal to their variable number, e.g. digital variable 17 would appear to be BACnet Binary Value 17.

  30. PcoWeb BacNet • BACnet Standardized Device Profile (Annex L): • BACnet Application Specific Controller (B-ASC) • List all BACnet Interoperability Building Blocks Supported (Annex K): • DS-RP-B, DS-RPM-B, DS-WP-B, DS-WPM-Bi.e. act as a server that can execute Read/Write single or multiple properties • DM-DDB-B, DM-DOB-Bi.e. dynamic device and object binding. Support initiating I-Am in response to Who-Is, and at configurable interval (Who-Is only, Who-Is plus startup, Who-Is plus every N minutes). This option is configurable through software. • DM-DCC-B, DM-RD-Bi.e. DeviceCommunicationControl and ReinitializeDevice. These features shall support a Reinit Password configurable through software. • AE-N-I-B, AE-ACK-B, AE-INFO-Bi.e. generate EventNotifications when programmed alarm conditions occur; accept acknowledgements for those notifications marked as requiring acknowledgement, and support GetEventInformation requests. • Segmentation Capability: • Segmentation not supported

  31. PcoWeb BacNet • Standard Object Types Supported: • No dynamic Creation or Deletion supported • No proprietary object types or properties supported • Device Object: • Optional Properties Supported: • Daylight_Savings_Time • Description • Location • Local_Date • Local_Time • Max_Info_Frames • Max_Master • Profile_Name • UTC_Offset • Standard Properties Used In a Non-standard Way: • Process_Identifier • Recipient

  32. PcoWeb BacNet • Writable Properties: • APDU_Timeout • Daylight_Savings_Time • Description • Location • Max_Info_Frames • Max_Master • Number_Of_APDU_Retries • Object_Identifier • Process_Identifier • Recipient • UTC_Offset Property Range Restrictions: • Description, Location (limited to 64 characters)

  33. PcoWeb BacNet

  34. PcoWeb BacNet • BACnet LAN Type: select the protocol to use BACnet/IP or BACnet Ethernet. • BACnetIP UDP: if BACnetIP is used then a UDP port must be assigned, the default port for BACnet is “BAC0” hexadecimal. • pCOWeb Device Instance: This is the device instance of the pCOWeb on the network. It defaults to 77000 but can be set from 0 to 4194303. Every device on the network must have a unique instance number. • Description: A 64 character field that can be used to describe the device. • Location: A 64 character field that can be used to describe the physical location. • APDU Timeout: Indicates the amount of time in milliseconds between retransmission of an APDU requiring acknowledgement for which no acknowledgement has been received. The default setting of this property is 5000milliseconds. This value must be non-zero if the APDU Retries is non-zero. In order to achieve reliable communication, it is recommended that the value of the APDU Timeout be the same in all intercommunicating devices. • APDU Retries: Indicates the maximum number of times that an APDU shall be retransmitted. The default value is 3. If the value of this property is non-zero, then the APDU Timeout field must be non-zero. • Password for Restart: This is the reinitialize password. The default is 1234. The value can up to 9 characters long. It is required from the responding BACnet-user prior to executing the ReinitializeDevice service. • Alarm Parameters: • Alarming Enabled: Set to yes to enable the intrinsic alarming features of AV and BV objects. • Alarm Destination Device Inst: Insert the device instance of the destination for the alarms. Allowable range is 0-4194303. • Alarm Process Id: Insert the process Id or handle which is meaningfull to the alarm destination device. This handle will be used to identify the process within the destination device that should receive the alarm notification. • Interval to send WhoIs: The pCOWeb will send a WhoIs command to the alarm destination device. WhoIs will continuely be sent at the interval provided until a valid response is received. Setting this value to 0 will disable this command. • Clock Parameters: • Daylight Saving Time: Check yes if it is required to automatically track daylight savings time. • UTC offset: Universal Time Coordinated offset is used to enter an offset in minute resolution. The UTC time zone is GMT (or Zulu time in military terms). For example you would enter -300 to get Eastern Standard Time (EST). • Submit Button: • Pressing the “submit” button will save your changes. Then you must reboot the pCOWeb by pressing the reset button on the card or by resetting power to the pCO* controller.

  35. BACset Tool From theBACset tool you can add descriptions and set point limits for the BACnet side.

  36. Compatibility

  37. Plugins • Installation • Configuration -> plugins WITHOUT PLUGINS

  38. Plugins • Connect via FTP to your pCO Web: • login : HTTPADMIN • psw : fhttpadmin • copy the folder “install-plug-xxxx” into “/usr/local/root/flash/http/” directory.

  39. Plugins The web page shows a new link “Install/uninstall plugins” for install the plugin

  40. Plugins Installation report Report messagges: [ ok ] installation correct [ Yet present ] file is already present [!!!] installation not correct.

  41. Plugins Uninstall plugins

  42. 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)

  43. 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>19700102232431</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>

  44. 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 1992. 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.

  45. NTP Configuration

  46. PcoWeb Firmware

  47. Download Firmware

  48. Tests

  49. Tests