WIN ethernet receiver 115-230VAC BK

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  • Receiver can be located close to the operation without being connected
  • to a PC
Part No.: 860.000.07
Voltage: 115-230V AC
Protection rating: IP20
  • FCC
  • IC
  • RED
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Mechanical data
Length 80 mm
Width 76 mm
Height 30 mm
Materials ABS
Housing colour Black
Protection category IP20
Connection USB
Working temperature minimum 0°C
Working temperature maximum +40°C
Weight with packaging 423 g
Product weight 378 g
Electrical data
Operating voltage 115-230V
Operating voltage type AC
Operating voltage type 50Hz at 230V
60Hz at 115V
Operating voltage tolerance +/- 10%
Rated operational voltage 230 VAC
Rated operational current 160 mA
Rated inrush current 800 mA
Protection class Protection class 2
Pollution degree 2
Overvoltage category II
Isolation voltage Ui = 250V; Uimp = 2.500V
Yes, you may choose between 4 transmission channels. You can operate one WIN receiver per channel. Channel 1 operates on the frequency of 912.997284 MHz, channel 2 on the frequency of 913.997040 MHz, channel 3 on the frequency of, 915.996552 MHz and channel 4 on the frequency of 916.996307 MHz.
If you use more than one WIN receiver on one channel, this may cause radio transmission problems between the systems. This will generate frequent connection errors. In this case the WIN receivers needs to be operated on different frequencies (see chapter 8.2).
WIN operates within the frequency band 868.0 – 868.6 MHz This short-range system has no effect on Wi-Fi or Bluetooth networks.
Every WIN transmitter possesses a repeater function, by which the range between the WIN receiver and the WIN transmitter can be increased. Every WIN transmitter can thereby establish a connection with the receiver via a maximum of two other WIN transmitters (repeater).
WIN is equipped with several protection mechanisms, which prevent the transmissions being intercepted. In addition, confidential data from the WIN system will not transmitted wirelessly.
If the status of the signal tower changes, the WIN transmitter sends this new status to the WIN receiver within 5 seconds. If the signal status does not change, the WIN transmitter transmits the signal status every 15 seconds.
Please check the following points:
• Has a USB connection been established to the WIN receiver? => Red or green LED must be illuminated
• Is the WIN transmitter connected to the power supply? => Red or green LED must be illuminated.
• Have you configured your WIN transmitter?
• Is the wireless connection strong enough? (Optimize transmission range see chapter 7.6.4)
• The WIN receiver has been configured to another channel.
You can do the following:
• Data will only be logged, whilst the WIN software is working. Make sure that this is the case during the monitoring period.
• Check the connection quality in the Routing Module. If there are red connection lines, you should use more WIN transmitter as repeaters. Simply position a WIN transmitter at the critical location (Optimize transmission range see chapter 7.6.4).
• Ensure that a permanent 24V supply is connected to terminal 5 of each WIN transmitter.
Please check the following points:
• Ensure that the WIN software has been installed.
• Disconnect the USB connection to the WIN receiver and re-connect it.
• Manually install the driver. (see chapter 2.4)
• The Windows Service "WERMA WIN 4 Connector Service" has not started.
To install the software you need administration rights for your PC. Please contact your IT-administrator.
This may cause connection errors between the WIN transmitters.
You can monitor up to 4 elements per WIN transmitter. (or with the help of the blinking recognition up to 8 statuses).
You can monitor up to 3 elements per WIN transmitter performance (or with the help of the blinking recognition up to 6 statuses). One tier of the WIN transmitter performance is necessary for the counter input. If you use the additional the job input on one tier, you can only monitor up to 2 elements or 4 statuses.
The WIN software can monitor up to 600 cycles per minute. It is important that the count output from the machine is set up correctly (see 7.1.3.2).
The WIN receiver has no connection to a WIN transmitter, but is connected to a PC and is receiving power.
The WIN transmitter is not connected to a WIN receiver.
The cable length should not exceed 3 meters. The cable length can be increased via USB hubs.
Yes, all data is stored in a Microsoft SQL Server database (see chapter 2). You can read out the data (Excel, Access, ...), but cannot change the database (may cause data loss).
Changing the time can lead to a data loss. If the time is repeatedly synchronized within your IT system (e.g. automatically via the server), we recommend that the synchronization takes place outside the monitoring period (e.g. when your machines are not in use)
No, a WIN transmitter performance always needs one tier allocated to the counter input.
Please note the safety instructions and system requirements.
The count impulse can be up to 10 Hz. Please note the conditions in chapter 1.4.5 and 7.1.3.2.
No, the blink recognition cannot be selected for the tier with a counter input and not for the tier with job input.
Yes, you can create a CSV file with an appropriate format (see chapter 7.4.2.2). These can then be imported into the WIN software.
Yes, these are:
• „F1“ => opens the manual (see chapter 11)
• „F10“ => Job quick start (see chapter 7.4.3.2)
• „F11“ => Opens the Runtime Module (see chapter 7.3.2)
We recommend the following:
• The PC and receiver to which it is connected must be on 24/7
• The PC where the database is installed must be on 24/7
• WIN WERMA 4 Server service and WERMA WIN connector service must be running
The service runs in the background as soon as the PC (both client and server) is turned on. Collected WIN data through the WIN receiver will be transferred to the “WERMA WIN 4 Server service” without the WIN software running or a user being logged on.
The service runs in the background as soon as the PC or Server hosting the database is turned on. The WIN data is written to the WIN database without the WIN software running or a user being logged on.
We recommend deactivation of the energy save and hibernate modes as follows:
• PC with the WIN database
• PC with the WERMA WIN 4 Server service
• PC with the WIN receiver (USB) connected to it.