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GV-I/O Box 8 Ports Overview The GV-I/O Box 8 Ports provides 8 inputs and 8 relay outputs, and supports both and output voltages. Key Features 8 inputs and 8 outputs are provided. Up to 9 pieces of GV-I/O
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GV-I/O Box 8 Ports Overview The GV-I/O Box 8 Ports provides 8 inputs and 8 relay outputs, and supports both and output voltages. Key Features 8 inputs and 8 outputs are provided. Up to 9 pieces of GV-I/O Box 8 Ports can be chained together. USB port is provided for P connection, and it is only used for 30 output voltage. System Requirements GV-System version 8.2 or above Packing List 1. GV-I/O Box 8 Ports x 1 2. USB able (Type to B) x 1 3. Power dapter 12V x 1 4. Installation Guide x 1 IP Switch The GV-I/O Box 8 Ports allows the use of mixing dry and wet contact devices together. The 8 inputs divided as four-in-one groups ( and B) are related to the 2 switches on the box for dry and wet contact. B B Note: The GV-I/O box 8 Ports comes with the option of an Ethernet module. See ccessing GV-I/O Box over Networks later in this Installation Guide. 1 2 EE To change the inputs to different kind of contact, push the switch upward. 1 2 EE To change the inputs to different kind of contact, push the switch downward. Note: 1. The RS-485 connectors do not have the conversion function from RS-485 to RS-232, so don t connect RS-485 devices, such as PTZ camera, to the connectors. 2. To add a GV-I/O Box 8 Ports to the GV-System of version 8.2, select GVIO-USB (16) from the evice drop-down list in the System onfigure dialog box. 1 2 Output O 8 O 7 O 6 O 5 com. O 3 O 2 O 1 12V Output O 8 O 7 O 6 O 5 com. O 3 O 2 O 1 12V com.b B I 7 I 6 I 5 com. I 4 I 3 I 2 I 1 com.b B I 7 I 6 I 5 com. I 4 I 3 I 2 I 1 onnections There are three ways to connect a GV-I/O Box 8 Ports to the P. Only one of the three methods can be used one time. (1) Use the USB cable to connect the P. (2) Through the option of GV-Hub, GV-OM, GV-NET ard or GV-NET/IO ard, use the RS-485 connectors to connect the P. (3) Through network connection that is an optional function. See ccessing GV-I/O Box over Networks later in this Installation Guide. Installing USB river To use the USB function, it is required to install the driver on the P. Follow these steps to install the driver: 1. Insert the software. It will run automatically and pop up a window. 2. Select Install or Remove GeoVision GV-Series river, and then click Install GeoVision USB evices river. This dialog box appears. 1. Use the USB cable to connect one GV-I/O Box 8 Ports to the P. (llowed for Output Voltage only) 3. lick Install to install the drivers. When the installation is complete, this message will appear: Install done! 4. lick Exit to close the dialog box. 5. To verify the drivers are installed correctly, go to evice Manager. Expanding the Ports field, you should see one entry for Prolific USB-to-Serial Bridge. Note: It is required to install the USB driver. See Installing USB river later in this Installation Guide. 2. Use the RS-485 connectors to connect one GV-I/O Box 8 Ports with the P. (llowed for / Output Voltage) 3 4 Output O 8 O 7 O 6 O 5 com. O 3 O 2 O 1 12 V com.b B I 7 I 6 I 5 com. I 4 I 3 I 2 I 1 Output O 8 O 7 O 6 O 5 com. O 3 O 2 O 1 12 V com.b B I 7 I 6 I 5 com. I 4 I 3 I 2 I 1 Output O 8 O 7 O 6 O 5 com. O 3 O 2 O 1 12 V B com.b I 7 I 6 I 5 com. I 4 I 3 I 2 I 1 ssigning ddresses to GV-I/O Box 8 Ports Up to 9 pieces of GV-I/O Box 8 Ports can be chained together to expand the I/O capacity. Use the I switch (1~9) to assign addresses 1~9 to the connected pieces of GV-I/O Box 8 Ports. Extending Transmission over the istance When the transmission signals between the RS-485 communications become weak over the distance, switch on the Terminal Resistance Switches to maintain the signals. Three conditions below illustrate how the Terminal Resistance Switches should be switched on. 1. Multiple pieces of GV-I/O Box 8 Ports are connected with the P through one single RS-485 cable. fter you connect multiple pieces of GV-I/O Box 8 Ports with the P, only switch on the P Terminal Resistance Switches in the first and last connected pieces of GV-I/O Box 8 Ports RS-485 +/- RS-485 +/- RS-485 +/- GV-IO Box 8 (1) GV-IO Box 8 (2) GV-IO Box 8 (9) ~ I Switch E B 1. ddresses 0 and to F are NOT functional. 2. ssign the addresses when the power is off. 3. If you want to change the assigned address of the connected GV-I/O Box 8 Ports, set the switch to the new address, and then re-plug the power adaptor. 2. Multiple pieces of GV-I/O Box 8 Ports are connected with the P through a RS-485 / RS-232 conversion device. fter you connect multiple pieces of GV-I/O Box 8 Ports with the P through a RS-485 / RS-232 conversion device, such as GV-NET/IO ard and GV-Hub, insert a Terminal Resistor in the conversion device and switch on the Terminal Resistance Switch of the last connected GV-I/O Box 8 Ports. 5 6 3. Multiple pieces of GV-I/O Box 8 Ports are connected with the P through separate RS-485 cables. RS-485 able 1 GV-IO Box 8 (the last of able 1) Terminal Resistance Switch fter you connect multiple pieces of GV-I/O Box 8 Ports with the P through separate RS-485 cables, switch on Terminal Resistance Switches of the connected piece of GV- I/O Box 8 Ports at the end of each cable. RS-485- RS-485+ GV-NET/IO ard / GV-Hub / GV-OM / GV-NET ard RS-485 able 2 GV-IO Box 8 (the last of able 2) The default setting of the Switch is OFF. To switch on the Terminal Resistance Switch, push the switch downward. ccessing GV-I/O Box 8 Ports over Networks You can link the GV-I/O Box to GV-System, GV-GIS and ontrol enter over networks for I/O management. Two network environments are supported: Fixed IP and HP. epending on your network, choose Fixed IP for a static IP address or HP for a dynamic IP address such as those assigned by an ISP or other HP server. GV-I/O Box is linked to GV-System by using the Virtual I/O function. Please note these specifications when GV-I/O Box works with GV-System: 1. GV-System supports up to 9 I/O modules which include real I/O devices and virtual I/O devices linked through networks. 2. Up to 5 connections, which include GV-System and any MS applications, are allowed to control one GV-I/O Box. Note: 1. GV-I/O Box has a default IP address of The computer used to set the IP address must be under the same network or subnet sequence assigned to the Box. 2. To link GV-I/O Box to GV-System, see Virtual I/O ontrol, hapter 6 in VR User s Manual on the Software V. 3. It is required to use Internet Explorer 7 or above to access the Web interface of GV- I/O Box. 7 8 Output O 8 O 7 O 6 O 5 com. O 3 O 2 O 1 12V com.b B I 7 I 6 I 5 com. I 4 I 3 I 2 I 1 Fixed IP onnection To assign GV-I/O Box to a fixed IP: 1. Open an Internet browser, and type the default IP address https:// The login dialog box appears. 2. Type default value admin for both Username and Password, and click OK. This page appears. HP onnection NS (ynamic omain Name System) provides another way of accessing GV-I/O Box when using a dynamic IP from a HP server. NS assigns a domain name to GV-I/O Box so that GV servers can always access GV-I/O Box by using the domain name. To enable the NS function, first you should apply for a domain name from the NS service provider s website. There are 2 providers listed in GV-I/O Box: GeoVision NS Server and ynns.org. To register at GeoVision NS Server, see the following instructions. For details on ynns, please consult them at 3. In the Machine Name field, edit the name of the connected GV-I/O Box. Registering a NS omain Name To obtain a domain name from the GeoVision NS Server: 4. lick isable. Type the static IP address information, including IP ddress, Subnet Mask, efault Gateway and omain Name Server. 5. lick Submit. When the setting is complete, the Status field will indicate Register Success. Then GV-I/O Box can be accessed with this fixed IP address. 1. lick the GeoVision NS button on the Network onfiguration page. Or open an Internet browser, and type the Web address This page appears. Note: If you like to use the domain name instead of IP address, you may use omain Name Service as well. For details on domain name service, see HP onnection later in this Installation Guide. 9 10 2. In the Username field, type a name. Username can be up to 16 characters with the choices of a ~ z, 0 ~9, and -. Note that space or - cannot be used as the first character. 3. In the Password filed, type a password. Passwords are case-sensitive and must be at least 6 characters. Type the password again in the Re-type Password field for confirmation. 4. In the Word Verification section, type the characters or numbers shown in the box. For example, type i8uy in the required field. Word Verification is not case-sensitive. 5. lick the Send button. When the registration is complete, this page will appear. The Hostname is the domain name, consisting of the registered username and dipmap.com, e.g. somerset01.dipmap.com. onfiguring GV-I/O Box on Internet fter acquiring a domain name from the NS Server, you need to configure the domain name on GV-I/O Box so that GV servers can access GV-I/O Box by using the domain name on Internet. 1. Follow the Steps 1 to 2 in Fixed IP onnection section. The Network onfiguration page appears. 2. lick Enable, and select Send to NS. 3. Type Host Name, User Name and Password that are registered on the NS Server. If you select GeoVision NS, the system will automatically bring up the Host Name. Note: The registered username will be invalid when it is not used for one month. 4. lick Submit. When the setting is complete, the Status field will indicate: Register Success. Then GV-I/O Box can be accessed with this domain name Other Setting In the left menu, click Other Setting. This page appears. Setting In the left menu, click Setting. This page appears. [evice I] Indicates the current I of the device. [onnection to IO-BOX] Select Enable to use GV-I/O Box through network or select isable to use GV-I/O Box through USB or RS-485 connection. GV-I/O Box cannot support more than one method simultaneously. [ommunication Port] Keeps the default port value [Mac ddress/firmware Version] Indicates the M address of the network medium and the Ethernet module version of GV-I/O Box. [Reboot System/Set efault] Reboot System: Performs a warm boot of GV-I/O Box. This operation keeps the current configuration. efault Value: Resets all configuration parameters to their factory settings. This may take 5 seconds to complete. Enable: Select to enable this function to be used by GV-I/O Box. Name: Edit the name of the. Mode: onfigure the input to N (normally closed) or NO (normally open) mode. Enable Latch: Instead of constant output alarm in N/O and N/, the option provides a momentary alarm when triggered. larm Output: Select None for no alarm output, or select between Output 1 and Output 16 to trigger when the input is detected. lick Submit button to save the changes, or click ancel button to return the changes to its previous state. Note: If you switch the connection from USB or RS-485 to network, first remove the USB or RS-485 cable from GV-I/O Box and then select Enable in this setting page; otherwise, the network connection will not function Output Setting In the left menu, click Output Setting. This page appears. In/Out Monitor In the left menu, click In/Out Monitor. This page appears. Enable: Select to enable this Output function to be used by GV-I/O Box. Name: Edit the name of the Output. Output Mode: onfigure the input to N (normally closed) or NO (normally open) mode. Normal Mode (N/O and N/): Output continues to be triggered until the source of the output condition is stopped. Toggle Mode (N/O and N/): Output continues to be triggered until a new input trigger ends the output. Pulse Mode (N/O and N/): Output is triggered for the amount of time set in the Pulse Mode elay Time (1-60) field. Pulse Mode elay Time (1-60): Enter the time in seconds for the pulse delay time between 1 and 60 seconds. lick Submit button to save the changes, or click ancel button to return the changes to its previous state. Status: Indicates the current status of the 16 inputs, whether it is On (triggered) or OFF (no input). Output Status: Indicates the current status of the 16 outputs, whether it is (triggered) or Off (no output). lick LL button to force all 16 outputs to be triggered. lick LL OFF button to turn off all 16 outputs. Select the individual outputs to turn it to force the output to be triggered or turn it OFF. lick Submit button to save the changes, or click ancel button to return the changes to its previous state Updating Firmware To update the firmware of GV-I/O Box: 1. In the left menu, click Firmware Update. This page appears. hanging Login I and Password In the left menu, click ccount Setting. This page appears. You can modify the login name and password. The password is case sensitive and is limited to 4 characters with the choices of a ~ z and 0 ~ lick the Browse button to open the firmware file (*.bin) 3. lick the Upload button. This update procedure may take 60 seconds to complete. 4. When the Update is complete, a dialog box appears and asks you to reboot the system. 5. lick OK. GV-I/O Box starts the Reboot operation. Note: It is required to reboot GV-I/O Box after updating the firmware. Without rebooting, the firmware update is not complete Specifications 8 Signal ry ontact Wet ontact, 9-30V / Relay Output 8 Output Relay Status Relay apacitance Normal Open USB onnection RS-485 onnection 30V, / 250V, 3 30V, 3 Ethernet RJ-45, 10/100 Mbps (Optional) IN 12V, 1 ddress 0-9, -F Terminal Resistance Environmental ondition imensions (W x H x ) 120Ω 0~50 egree / 32~122 egree F 5%~95% (Non-ondensing) 135 x 28 x 145 mm / 5.31 x 1.10 x 5.70 in Note: The product does not support 64-bit Windows versions currently. Ordering Information 84-IOB
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