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IP switch 0.4c

remoteqth.com_img_slide-ip-sw-rev4-01.jpg


Key features

  • 16 ethernet controlled outputs with optional expandable board
  • Based on Olimex ESP32-GATEWAY ethernet module
  • Configure open emitter or open colector outputs
  • Simple “Wago” like terminal output connection
  • 12-14V power (step down included)
  • Optional color LCD display with touch screen support - not implemented
  • Connect optional relay board with one flat cable
  • Analog input optional connector
  • DIN rail mount

Hardware


  1. Power supply (12-14V DC)
  2. Ethernet RJ45 connector
  3. Optional expand board connector
  4. Output driver with open collector or emiter
  5. LED light shown enabled output
  6. Two jumper for select output driver are used
  7. Connector for 16 relay board connected wth flat cable
  8. 16 output and common terminal (50V/500mA MAX) use for
    1. relay power if use open colector ULN driver
    2. relay GND if use open colector MIC driver

Sources

Firmware upload

  1. Install Arduino IDE
  2. Install ESP32 support from GitHub
    1. prefered via board manager
  3. Download firmware from GitGub
  4. Select menu Tools/Board:“OLIMEX ESP32-GATEWAY”
  5. Connect micro USB between ESP32-GATEWAY and PC
  6. Select menu Tools/Port/YOUR-CONNECTED-PORT
  7. Upload firmware
  8. After firmware upload you can upload next version of the firmware via IP, if you computer in same network. In Arduino IDE shows another choice Network ports
  9. password for OTA upload is remoteqth

Configure CLI

First step need get IP addres and telnet acces key

  1. After first upload firmware via USB, open serial monitor in Arduino IDE (Ctrl+Shift+M) and set
    1. baudrate to 115200
    2. No Line ending
  2. write ? and press enter show settings Command line interface

  3. copy and save
    1. IP address
    2. Key for telnet access (100 characters)

Second step connect remotely via IP

  • Download and install PuTTY
  • In menu Terminal preset CR/LF and line discipline by picture

  • In main menu Session select or set the following values

    • select Telnet
    • port 23
    • write IP address (saved from first step acces)
    • Sessions may be saved for next time
    • for connect press Open
  • Login confirm with press
    y
  • Now answer four times the question of what character is on random selected position, in your key (key saved from first step acces). Key formated in groups of ten - FOR EXAMPLE
    Position  KEY
     1-10     pP75tf8qrF
    11-20     y4SK57dpnC
    21-30     fpag8x9eZ4
    31-40     IsueSv4jCY
    41-50     pX3lpK4UPD
    51-60     ij1bbLEQRu
    61-70     XRr9dfoJje
    71-80     44u5MYQdcm
    81-90     B68NpG7F0t
    91-100    5mD04pAE6s
  • if you enter wrong three times, login will be blocked for next ten minutes
  • After login your IP address store to EEPROM and next key will be required only if change your IP address
  • Now logged in to CLI (command line interface) via telnet
  • for Logout press q

CLI commands

CLI contains some commands for set or show information.
Commands for set source device

  • m - Manual IP switch ← THIS USED
  • r - Band decoder MK2
  • o - Open Interface III

Other commands, UPERCASE is important

  • ? - show status and help
  • w - set inactivity time in minutes, after them IP switch will be restarted (watchdog)
    • before reboot store current output setting and restore after start
    • zero value disable this watchdog
  • W - set inactivity time in minutes, after them IP switch will set all outputs to OFF
    • if you need OFF all outputs after reboot watchdog, set smaller value than it
    • zero value disable this watchdog
  • / - set ENCODER RANGE (2-g) for switching one from range
  • % - enable/disable group buttons
    • ! - set group for each button separately
    • : - List group buttons
    • in one group may be activate only one output
    • groups are free configurable
    • the group can be any size 2-8 buttons
    • there may be any buttons in the group, for example 1 and 8
    • the number of groups is not limited
  • * - enable/disable serial debugging
  • + - select get Network ID sufix from eeprom or hardware BCD switch
  • # - set NETWORK ID
    • Prefix (four high bit) in hexadecimal format (0-f)
      • in standart mode prefix expanded range of network ID
      • if enable Multi control, prefix disable, and use only on master device for his idetifications
    • Sufix (four low bit) in hexadecimal format (0-f)
      • settings available if sufix get from eeprom
      • in standart mode sufix use for identification
      • in Multi control mode define group ID (id for all shared devices)
  • $ - enable/DISABLE MULTI CONTROL function (sharing up to 16 master device)
  • & - send broadcast packet for find control devices in local network
  • . - if enable Multi control, show list detected IP switch by ID prefix
  • @ - restart IP switch

For controlled from Manual IP switch

  1. Upload firmware by previous steps
  2. Set encoder range via CLI with command n
  3. Set source via CLI or web interface to m
  4. Set network ID prefix same on both devices via CLI in range 0-7
  5. Select Network ID sufix same on both devices via CLI in range ID 0-7
  6. Connect to same local network with DHCP as Manual IP switch
  7. After power up both devices, is automaticaly pair

Web status page

How IP addres got the device from the DHCP server?

  • show in serial terminal after reboot, or send ? character
  • or find some network scanner

Show all outputs status


  1. Parameter of WiFi or ethrnet IP connect
  2. Firmware version
  3. Device uptime
  4. How source controled his
  5. Notice - show this page can extend reaction latency IP switch

Strong secure remote manage

Configuration available via serial CLI (command line interface). This interface can be safely accessed to the Internet and encrypted connections to manage all features

What you need

  • any version Raspberry PI
  • microSD card with Raspbian Lite
  • micro USB cable
  • 5V power adapter with micro usb cable
  • ethernet connection
  • for first start HDMI monitor and USB keyboard

How to start

  • after first boot login to serial console with default login pi and password raspberry
  • run command and enable SSH
    sudo raspi-config
  • run command and write down the shown IP address
    ip a
  • you can disconnect HDMI monitor and USB keyboard
  • connect to Raspberry PI from any other PC
  • update system with run command
    sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade
  • install screen fith command
    sudo apt-get install screen
  • run screen
    screen /dev/ttyUSB0 115200
  • now after pres ? key show status information and you can configure via CLI

  • close screen with CTRL+A K and confirm y
  • disconnect from Raspberry PI use command
    exit

How to assembly

remoteqth.com_img_wiki-ip-sw-rev4-04.jpg
What tools do you need to build

  • Tin
  • Solder
  • Pliers
  • Splitters
  • + 2,5mm imbus (packed in KIT)

Steps of assembly

  1. Check all partsremoteqth.com_img_wiki-ip-sw-rev4-05.jpg

  2. Open Interactive BOM for find components
    and solder U5 U6 DIP-18 socket with key to rightremoteqth.com_img_wiki-ip-sw-rev4-06.jpg

  3. Solder pinsocket P17 to front side and pinheader P4 P14 P22remoteqth.com_img_wiki-ip-sw-rev4-07.jpg

  4. Solder 20pin header to Olimex ESP32-GATEWAY front sideremoteqth.com_img_wiki-ip-sw-rev4-08.jpg

  5. Solder output terminal P6 P10 P11 P3remoteqth.com_img_wiki-ip-sw-rev4-09.jpg

  6. Solder P2 input terminal
    remoteqth.com_img_wiki-ip-sw-rev4-10.jpg

  7. Screw two M3x12mm spacers with lock nutsremoteqth.com_img_wiki-ip-sw-rev4-11.jpg

  8. Insert four lock nuts, and two slim nuts to 3D printed DIN rail mountremoteqth.com_img_wiki-ip-sw-rev4-12.jpg

  9. Screw with four screws M3x10mm remoteqth.com_img_wiki-ip-sw-rev4-13.jpg

  10. Plug ESP32-GATEWAY to main board and screw with two screws M3x4mmremoteqth.com_img_wiki-ip-sw-rev4-14.jpg

  11. Insert two output drivers and plug two jumpers in position dependency to used driver. Horizontal for ULN open colector, vertical for MIC open emiterremoteqth.com_img_wiki-ip-sw-rev4-15.jpg

ip-switch.1609170414.txt.gz · Last modified: 2020/12/28 16:46 by ok1hra