NET-DEV 16/18-bit A/D converter – 16 channels

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The NET-DEV-AD16-16/18 module is a 16-channel A/D converter module and is available with 16-bit or 18-bit resolution. It serves as an extension possibility for the NET-CPU basic modules and is integrated into an existing NET system by means of Plug’n Play plug-in connection (DIN Rail-Bus).

  • 16 A/D channels each with 16-bit or 18-bit resolution (single ended)
  • Galvanic isolation: max. 500V
  • Voltage ranges: 0-5V, 0-10V, 0-20V, 0-40V, +5V, +10V, +20V, +40V
  • Current ranges: 0-20mA, 4-20mA, 0-24mA

Analogue inputs

Analog to digital converter modules are suitable for measuring and monitoring voltages and currents. Measuring transducers, for example, convert physical quantities such as pressure, temperature, humidity etc. into corresponding currents (0..24mA) or voltages (0..10V) and can thus be recorded and digitally processed with our A/D modules.


Easy installation thanks to DIN rail bus

Thanks to the practical NET-Bus connector, which is clipped into the top-hat rail, individual modules of a system can be added or exchanged very easily. This Plug’n Play principle makes commissioning easier and eliminates the need for tiresome wiring.


LEDs

On the front side of our NET modules there are a number of status LEDs. These give you a quick overview of the most important functions of the modules, such as the switching states of the individual I/Os, module status or whether clean communication via the DIN rail bus is possible. This can be very helpful for fast error analysis, especially for field applications.


Connectors

A screwless system from the manufacturer WAGO Kontakttechnik is used as the connector. The 1-wire female connectors are 100% protected against mismating and have an eject and locking mechanism. All conductor types up to 1.5mm² can be connected.


Additional information

A/D Resolution

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Type of inputs

Current (0..24mA), Voltage (0..10V), Voltage (0..20V), Voltage (0..40V)

General

Power supply Internal, via the DIN-Rail Bus
Power consumption
LEDs • Internal bus communication
• Module Status
• A/D channel active / not active
• Read/write access to A/D channel
• U mode active / not active
• I-Mode active / not active
Connectors • Type: Wago Kontakttechnikt 713-1109/037-000
• Pluggable 18 pole female connector with locking mechanism
• 100 % malfunction protected
• 1-conductor connection for all types of conductors up to 1.5mm²
DIN rail bus NET bus connector for connection to further NET modules
DIN rail mounting TS 35
Operating temperature +10°C to +50°C
Dimensions 120 mm x 22.5 mm x 111 mm (H x W x D)

Analogue inputs

Analogue inputs • 16 channels each with 16-bit or 18-bit resolution (single ended)
• Galvanic isolation to power supply: max. 500V
• Voltage ranges: 0-5V, 0-10V, 0-20V, 0-40V, +5V, +10V, +20V, +40V
• Current ranges: 0-20mA, 4-20mA, 0-24mA
• Input resistance: >500kOhm
• Integral Linearity Error:  Min: -1.5 LSB / Max: +1.5 LSB
• Bipolar Full-Scale Error: Min: – 50 LSB / Max: +50 LSB
• Unipolar Full-Scale Error: Min: – 70 LSB / Max: +70 LSB
• Accuracy: +3ppm/C°
• Zero Error Temperature Drift: +1ppm/C°
• Full-Scale Error Temperature Drift: +1 ppm/°C
• Conversion rate: 4µs

General Handling

DapiOpenModule
This function opens a particular module.

DapiOpenModule

 

Description

This function opens a specific module

 

Definition

ULONG DapiOpenModule(ULONG moduleID, ULONG nr);

 

Parameters

moduleID=Specifies the module to be opened (see delib.h)
nr=Specifies which one (in case of several modules) should be opened.
nr=0 -> 1st module
nr=1 -> 2nd module

 

Return-Value

handle=Corresponding handle for the module
handle=0 -> module was not found

 

Comment

The handle returned by this function is needed to identify the module for all other functions.

 

Programming example

// Open USB module
handle = DapiOpenModule(RO_USB1, 0);
printf(“handle = %x\n”, handle);
if (handle==0)
{
// USB module was not found
printf(“Modul konnte nicht geöffnet werden\n”);
return;
}

DapiCloseModule
This command closes an opened module.

DapiCloseModule

 

Description

This command closes an open module.

 

Definition

ULONG DapiCloseModule(ULONG handle);

 

Parameters

handle=This is the handle of an open module

 

Return-Value

None

 

Programming example

// Close module
DapiCloseModule(handle);

DapiGetLastError
This function returns the last registered error. If an error has occurred, it must be deleted with DapiClearLastError(), otherwise any call of DapiGetLastError() will return the "old" error. If multiple modules are used, the use of DapiGetLastErrorByHandle() is recommended.

DapiGetLastError

 

Description

This function returns the last detected error. If an error occurred, it must be cleared with DapiClearLastError(), otherwise any call to DapiGetLastError() will return the “old” error.
If more than one module should be used, it is recommended to use DapiGetLastLastErrorByHandle().

 

Definition

ULONG DapiGetLastError(void);

 

Parameters

None

 

Return-Value

Error Code
0=no error. (see delib_error_codes.h)

 

Programming example

BOOL IsError()
{
unsigned char msg[500];
unsigned long error_code = DapiGetLastError();

if (error_code != DAPI_ERR_NONE)
{
DapiGetLastErrorText((unsigned char*) msg, sizeof(msg));
printf(“Error Code = 0x%x * Message = %s\n”, error_code, msg);

DapiClearLastError();

return TRUE;
}

return FALSE;
}

DapiGetLastErrorByHandle
This function returns the last registered error of a particular module (handle). If an error has occurred, it must be deleted with DapiClearLastErrorByHandle(), otherwise any call of DapiGetLastErrorByHandle() will return the "old" error.

DapiGetLastErrorByHandle

 

Description

This function returns the last detected error of a specific module (handle). If an error occurred, it must be cleared with DapiClearLastErrorByHandle(), otherwise any call to DapiGetLastErrorByHandle() will return the “old” error.

 

Definition

ULONG DapiGetLastErrorByHandle(ULONG handle);

 

Parameters

handle=This is the handle of an open module

 

Return-Value

Error Code
0=no error. (see delib_error_codes.h)

 

Programming example

BOOL IsError(ULONG handle)
{
unsigned long error_code = DapiGetLastErrorByHandle(handle);

if (error_code != DAPI_ERR_NONE)
{
printf(“Error detected on handle 0x%x – Error Code = 0x%x\n”, handle, error_code);

DapiClearLastErrorByHandle(handle);

return TRUE;
}

return FALSE;
}

DapiGetLastErrorText
This function reads the text of the last registered error. If an error has occurred, it must be cleared with DapiClearLastError(), otherwise every call of DapiGetLastErrorText() returns the "old" error. Definition

DapiGetLastErrorText

 

Description

This function reads the text of the last detected error. If an error occurred, it must be cleared with DapiClearLastError(), otherwise any call to DapiGetLastErrorText() will return the “old” error.

 

Definition

ULONG DapiGetLastErrorText(unsigned char * msg, unsigned long msg_length);

 

Parameters

msg = Buffer for the text to be received
msg_length = Length of the text buffer

 

Programming example

BOOL IsError()
{
unsigned char msg[500];
unsigned long error_code = DapiGetLastError();

if (error_code != DAPI_ERR_NONE)
{
DapiGetLastErrorText((unsigned char*) msg, sizeof(msg));
printf(“Error Code = 0x%x * Message = %s\n”, error_code, msg);

DapiClearLastError();

return TRUE;
}

return FALSE;
}

DapiClearLastError
This function deletes the last error registered with DapiGetLastError().

DapiClearLastError

Description

This function deletes the last error registered with DapiGetLastError().

 

Definition

void DapiGetLastError(void);

 

Parameters

None

 

Return value

None

 

Example program

BOOL IsError()
{
unsigned char msg[500];
unsigned long error_code = DapiGetLastError();

if (error_code != DAPI_ERR_NONE)
{
DapiGetLastErrorText((unsigned char*) msg, sizeof(msg));
printf(“Error Code = 0x%x * Message = %s\n”, error_code, msg);

DapiClearLastError();

return TRUE;
}

return FALSE;
}

DapiClearLastErrorByHandle
This function deletes the last error of a particular module (handle), which was registered with DapiGetLastErrorByHandle().

DapiClearLastErrorByHandle

 

Description

This function deletes the last error of a particular module (handle), which was registered with DapiGetLastErrorByHandle().

 

Definition

void DapiClearLastErrorByHandle(ULONG handle);

 

Parameters

handle=This is the handle of an opened module.

 

Return value

None

 

Example program

BOOL IsError(ULONG handle)
{
unsigned long error_code = DapiGetLastErrorByHandle(handle);

if (error_code != DAPI_ERR_NONE)
{
printf(“Error detected on handle 0x%x – Error Code = 0x%x\n”, handle, error_code);

DapiClearLastErrorByHandle(handle);

return TRUE;
}

return FALSE;
}

DapiGetDELIBVersion
This function returns the installed DELIB version.

DapiGetDELIBVersion

 

Description

This function returns the installed DELIB version.

 

Definition

ULONG DapiGetDELIBVersion(ULONG mode, ULONG par);

 

Parameters

mode=Mode with which the version is read (must always be 0).
par=This parameter is not defined (must always be 0).

 

Return-Value

version=Version number of the installed DELIB version [hex]

 

Programming example

version = DapiGetDELIBVersion(0, 0);
//With installed version 1.32 version = 132(hex)

DapiOpenModuleEx
This function opens a specific module with ethernet interface.The particularity of this command is,that parameters like IP-address, portnumber and the duration of the timeout can be specified. The opening of the module is independent of the DELIB Configuration Utility settings.

DapiOpenModuleEx

 

Description

This function specifically opens a module with an Ethernet interface. The parameters IP address, port number and the duration of the timeout can be determined.
The module is opened independently of the settings made in the DELIB Configuration Utility.

 

Definition

ULONG DapiOpenModuleEx(ULONG moduleID, ULONG nr, unsigned char* exbuffer, 0);

 

Parameters

moduleID = Specifies the module to be opened (see delib.h)
nr = Specifies which one (in case of several modules) is to be opened
nr = 0 -> 1st module
nr = 1 -> 2nd module
exbuffer = buffer for IP address, port number and duration of the timeout

 

Return-Value

handle = Corresponding handle for the module
handle = 0 -> module was not found

 

Comment

The handle returned by this function is required to identify the module for all other functions.
This command is supported by all modules with Ethernet interface.

 

Programming example

// Open ETH-Module with parameter

DAPI_OPENMODULEEX_STRUCT open_buffer;

strcpy((char*) open_buffer.address, “192.168.1.10”);
open_buffer.portno = 0;
open_buffer.timeout = 5000;

handle = DapiOpenModuleEx(RO_ETH, 0, (unsigned char*) &open_buffer, 0);
printf(“Module handle = %x\n”, handle);

Web Interface – Interface

All DEDITEC Ethernet modules have a web interface that allows you to make settings conveniently via your web browser and also gives you direct access to the I/Os.

This allows you to access the product with a smartphone, tablet or even a PC via a browser.

The following I/O units are supported:

 

  • Digital inputs
  • Digital inputs (counter function)
  • Digital outputs
  • Analog inputs (voltage & current)
  • Analogue outputs (voltage & current)
  • PT100 temperature detection
  • Stepper motor control

You can protect the Ethernet module against unauthorized access with a user system and optional encryption system.

General

Start page of the web interface. The navigation on the left side gives you access to various setting options.

Network configuration

All network settings can be made directly via the web interface.

Usermanager

Here you can define the user name and password for access to the web interface. If the user is inactive, he/she is automatically logged out after the session time has expired.

Status / Reboot

Version of the installed firmware. Functions for restarting and resetting the settings.

Security

In addition to a user/password system for the web interface, we also offer you the option of encrypting the entire network communication. Access to the I/Os can also be blocked.

Supported I/Os

In the following we show you the supported I/Os that you can operate via the web interface.

Digital Inputs

The picture shows the overview of the digital inputs. You can switch between several inputs via the drop-down menu. The column ‘State’ shows whether a signal is present at the input.

Digital Inputs Counter

Our digital inputs have a counting function. The counter reading can be read and reset via the web interface.

Digital Outputs

The digital outputs can be switched via an on/off button. The current status of the outputs can be read back via the ‘Readback’ column.

Analogue Inputs

Current and voltage can also be read out via the web interface. The desired operating mode can be set via the A/D Mode drop-down menu.

Analogue Outputs

Analogue signals can also be output via the web interface. The desired D/A mode can be set via the drop-down menu, as with the analog inputs. The desired value can be written to the outputs using the ‘SET’ button. The column ‘Readback’ shows the current voltage/current output of the D/A converter.

Temperature measurement (PT100)

The temperature measurement is supported by our RO series.

 

PT100

The current temperature can be read. If no sensor is connected to the channel, this is signalled with ‘disconnected’.

Stepper-Motor Control

The position and speed of the stepper motor can be set via the control elements. The status window shows the current position, temperature and power supply.

I/O Control APP for Android™

 

Get it on Google Play

 

 

 

Control the digital and analog I/Os of our Ethernet modules from on the road. With the DEDITEC I/O control Android App, any network-compatible Android device can be remotely controlled for DEDITEC products with Ethernet interface

 

Features:

  • Separate storage of network settings for private and public networks
  • Better clarity through configurable I/O names
  • Configurable refresh of all I/Os

The following I/Os are supported:

  • up to 128 analog inputs (0..10V, 0..5V, +/- 10V and +/- 5V)
  • up to 64 analog outputs (0..10V, 0..5V, +/- 10V and +/- 5V)
  • up to 128 digital inputs and outputs

Network settings
A configuration for private (WLAN) or public (Internet) networks can be created and saved in the network settings.


Module configuration

At the module configuration you see the number of connected I/O modules.

You can also select here which I/Os are to be controlled.


Digital inputs
The digital inputs are scanned at an adjustable interval.


Digital outputs
In the area of the digital outputs the channels can be switched on or off individually.

It is also possible to switch all channels on or off.


Analogue inputs
For the analog inputs you can select from the measuring ranges 0..10V, 0..5V, +/- 10V or +/- 5V.

The A/D channels are scanned automatically at an adjustable interval.


Analogue outputs
Here you may set analog outputs in the measuring range 0..10V, 0..5V, +/- 10V or +/- 5V.


Settings
This picture shows the settings for analog outputs. Each channel can be given a name here.

It can also be defined here whether and at what interval the analog outputs are read back.

These settings are available for all I/Os.

 

Screwless connector system

The customer’s connection wiring of the inputs and outputs is carried out via screwless, pluggable terminal strips. The conductor connection is made by a so-called actuating tool.
A locking and ejection mechanism facilitates the insertion and removal of the complete terminal strip.

 

Handling

Step 1

Remove the operating tool from the scope of delivery.

Step 2

Insert the operating tool firmly into the side opening in the direction of conductor connection.

Step 3

Now insert the stripped conductor into the open terminal contact.

Schritt 4

Pull the operating tool out again.

Step 5

Check the correct connection of the conductor. It should now no longer be possible to pull it out easily.

Manual

Manual NET-Serie
Hard- und Software description
Download
  • Description NET-CPU Modules
  • Description NET-DEV Digital Modules

 

DELIB driver library

Manual for the DELIB driver library
Documentation of all functions for the driver library
Download
  • Windows 10, 8, Vista, 7, XP, 2000 and Linux
  • module open/close functions
  • Digital Input read 1 / 8 / 16 / 32 / 64 bit
  • Digital Output write 1 / 8 / 16 / 32 / 64 bit
  • A/D Read, read_volt, read_mA, set A/D mode
  • D/A Write, write_volt, write_mA, set D/A mode

 

DELIB (32-bit) driver library for Windows
For Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8, Vista, XP und 2000
Download

Installation file for the 32 bit DELIB driver library.

The following operating systems are supported:

32 bit

  • Windows 10
  • Windows 7
  • Windows 8
  • Windows Server 2012
  • Windows Server 2008
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows XP
  • Windows Server 2003
  • Windows 2000

64 bit

  • Windows 10 x64
  • Windows 7 x64
  • Windows 8 x64
  • Windows Server 2012 x64
  • Windows Server 2008 x64
  • Windows Vista x64
  • Windows XP x64
  • Windows Server 2003 x64

Caution

With this version of the driver library, you can only compile 32 bit applications, which can be run on 32 and 64 systems.

 

DELIB (64-bit) driver library for Windows
For Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8, Vista, XP and 2000
Download

Installation file for the 64 bit DELIB driver library.

The following operating systems are supported:

64 bit

  • Windows 10 x64
  • Windows 7 x64
  • Windows 8 x64
  • Windows Server 2012 x64
  • Windows Server 2008 x64
  • Windows Vista x64
  • Windows XP x64
  • Windows Server 2003 x64

 

DELIB driver library for Linux (32/64-bit)
For 32/64-bit Linux distributions starting with kernel 2.6.x
Download

DELIB driver library for Linux distributions (32/64-bit) starting with kernel 2.6.x

This driver package includes the following components:

  • DELIB USB driver
  • DELIB Ethernet driver
  • DELIB CLI

DELIB USB driver

Supports the following products:

  • NET-Series (via USB interface)
  • RO-USB-Series
  • BS-USB-Series
  • USB-Mini-Sticks
  • USB-Watchdog
  • USB-OPTION-8 / USB-RELAIS-8
  • USB-TTL-32 / USB-TTL-64

Note:

With the standard USB driver, you can access several USB products with different module IDs (for example one RO-USB and one USB-OPTOIN-8). Therefore, no additional driver installation is required.

If you want to access several USB products with the same module ID (for example one USB-OPTOIN-8 and one USB-RELAIS-8), you have to install additionally the Linux FTDI driver. The FTDI driver can be found at http://www.ftdichip.com.

 

DELIB Ethernet driver

Supports the following products:

  • NET-Series (via Ethernet Interface)
  • RO-ETH-Series
  • RO-ETH/LC-Series
  • BS-ETH-Serie
  • ETH-OPTION-8 / ETH-RELAIS-8
  • ETH-TTL-64

DELIB CLI

With the DELIB CLI (Command Line Interface) for Linux it is possible so controll all I/O’s over the command-line.

 

DELIB - Sample-Sources - Installer (approx. 10 MB)
Sample programs for different programming languages (Also in DELIB Setup included)
Download

Sample programs for different programming languages (Also in DELIB Setup included)

  • C (Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0, Borland C)
  • C++ (Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0)
  • C# (Microsoft Visual C# 2008 to 2015)
  • Delphi (Borland Delphi 7)
  • VB (Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0)
  • VB.NET (Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 to 2015)
  • Java (Java native interface)
  • Java.dll (Ethernet protocol for ethernet products)

 

Manual protocol and register assignment
Transmission protocols and register assignment
Download

Describes the structure of the ethernet, serial and CAN protocol.
Includes a describtion for register access of the I/Os and access to the functions of a product.

 

16 pol connector

Required to connect your application to the DEDITEC module

  • Type: Wago Kontakttechnik 713-1108/037-000
  • Pluggable female connector with locking mechanism
  • 100 % malfunction protected
  • 1-wire connection for all types of conductors up to 1.5mm²

DIN rail connector

The DIN-Rail connector is a single BUS segment which allows the connection to other modules. It is clipped into the DIN-rail and plugged into the side of an existing DIN-Rail connector.

  • DIN-Rail Bus Connectors
  • Connection of a NET or COS module
  • For extension of the NET or COS bus system
  • 1 piece

Power supply 24V/2A for DIN rail mounting

The DR-4524 from Mean Well is a 48W rail mount power supply for industrial applications. It offers protection against short circuit, overload, overvoltage and overheating.

  • Input voltage range: 85V… 264V AC / 120V DC … 370V DC
  • Output voltage: 24V DC
  • Output current: 2A
  • Nominal power: 48W

DIN rail connector

The DIN-Rail connector is a single BUS segment which allows the connection to other modules. It is clipped into the DIN-rail and plugged into the side of an existing DIN-Rail connector.

  • DIN-Rail Bus Connectors
  • Connection of a NET or COS module
  • For extension of the NET or COS bus system
  • 1 piece

16 pol connector

Required to connect your application to the DEDITEC module

  • Type: Wago Kontakttechnik 713-1108/037-000
  • Pluggable female connector with locking mechanism
  • 100 % malfunction protected
  • 1-wire connection for all types of conductors up to 1.5mm²

Tool for wiring connectors

Serves to open and close the clamp contacts on the Wago connectors.
  • Type: Wago Kontakttechnik 734-231

DIN rail 1m



Top-hat rail for mounting our control technology modules.

  • Top-hat rail according to DIN EN 50022
  • Type: Phoenix Contact / 1208131
  • Dimensions in mm: 450 x 35 x 7.5 (L x W x D)

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