A compact, integrated hardware and software network processor module, WiPort enables you to build wireless networking into virtually any electronic device with serial or Ethernet capability. With WiPort your products can be wirelessly accessed and controlled over a network or the Internet! The matchbook-sized WiPort takes the complexity out of RF design and Ethernet networking and WiPort enables engineers to focus on their core competency of designing products.
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WiPort Data Sheet
The WiPort is the most compact, integrated solution available to add 802.11b/g wireless networking to any device with a serial or wired Ethernet interface. Using this highly integrated hardware and software platform, you will add to your bottom line by significantly reducing product development time, risk, and cost. The WiPort offers the highest level of integration available in a device server. Within a compact package is a DSTni x86 controller, memory, 802.11b/g radio, a 10/100 Ethernet transceiver, and dual high-speed serial ports. All of this combines to give you a complete networking solution. The WiPort is designed with flexibility to support additional wireless standards without requiring redesign. To enable access to a local network or the Internet, the WiPort integrates a fully developed TCP/IP network stack and OS. The WiPort also includes an embedded web server that can be used to remotely configure, monitor, or troubleshoot the attached device. WiPort serves web pages to a web browser when there is a need to gather information or communicate with networked devices. The WiPort becomes a conduit between you and your device over the network or Internet. The Windows-based configuration software, Device Installer, simplifies installation and setup. The WiPort can also be configured locally through its serial port, or remotely over a network using Telnet (passwordprotected) or a web browser. Flash memory provides for maintenance-free, nonvolatile storage of web pages, and allows future system software upgrades.
Complete integrated RoHS compliant solution Supports 802.11 WLAN or Ethernet connectivity Serial to 802.11b/g conversion Wired Ethernet to 802.11 b/g WLAN Bridging Stable, field proven TCP/IP protocol suite and webbased application framework Optional End-to-End 128, 192 and 256 Bit AES Encryption WPA PSK TKIP security, 128 bit WEP encryption Dual serial ports Easy configuration through a web interface Easy installation of customized web pages Embedded web server 11 General Purpose Input/Output (GPIO) pins E-mail alerts Upgradeable firmware via the network or serial port High performance data throughput
Hardware & Software Description
The WiPort functions independently of a PC, providing a complete hardware and software solution for adding wireless connectivity to your edge devices. Within a single package this powerful device server comes with an 802.11b wireless connection, a 10/100 Ethernet transceiver, a reliable and proven operating system stored in flash memory, an embedded web server, a full TCP/IP protocol stack, and WEP security. The WiPort software runs on a Lantronix DSTni controller which has 256 KB of internal SRAM, and 16 KB of boot ROM. The WiPort communicates to the edge device through a 3.3V logic level interface. 2 MB of flash memory is included for storing firmware and web pages.
The WiPort runs on a single 3.3V supply, and has a built-in voltage supervisory circuit. The WiPort will connect through a coaxial cable pigtail to a panel-mounted external antenna, which makes the electro-mechanical integration very simple.
Copyright 2006, Lantronix. All rights reserved.
The WiPort uses the widely accepted 802.11g protocol to connect to a wireless infrastructure or ad-hoc network, and is fully backward compatible with legacy 802.11b wireless networks. It uses the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) to assure that no data is lost or duplicated and that everything sent to the connection arrives correctly at the target. Other supported protocols are listed below: ARP, UDP, TCP, ICMP, Telnet, TFTP, AutoIP, DHCP, HTTP, and SNMP for network communications. TCP, UDP, and Telnet for connections to the serial port. TFTP for firmware updates. IP for addressing, routing, and data block handling over the network. User Datagram Protocol (UDP) for typical datagram applications in which devices interact with other devices without maintaining a point-to-point connection.
The WiPort dimensions are shown in the
WiPort Embedded Device Server (Note: Part #s on drawing are only representative)
WiPort b/g Data Sheet Rev 1.0 (March 2006) Page 2 of 7
WiPort Pin Functionality Pin Number
WiPort Pin Function
3.3V Power 3.3V Power RTS0 TXD0 RXD0 Configurable Pin 2 Configurable Pin 3 CTS0 Configurable Pin 10 Configurable Pin 8 Signal Ground Signal Ground Reset In Configurable Pin 0 RTS1 TXD1 RXD1 Configurable Pin 9 Configurable Pin 4 CTS1
Reserved Reserved Signal Ground Signal Ground Reserved Reserved Ethernet Status LED2 Ethernet Status LED1 Ethernet TXEthernet TX+ Ethernet RX Center Tap Ethernet TX Center Tap Ethernet RXEthernet RX+ Configurable Pin 1 Reserved Configurable Pin 6 Configurable Pin 5 WLAN Activity LED Configurable Pin 7
Recommended: Samtec FTMH-120-03-F-DV-ES (shrouded header) Alternative: Samtec FTMH-120-03-F-DV (not shrouded) Alternative: Oupiin 2411-2X20GDN/017 (not shrouded)
The mating connector is a 1mm micro header, 40 pins, 2 x 20.
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WiPort Wireless Specifications Category
Network Standards Frequency Range Antenna Connector Data Rates Number of Selectable Subchannels Modulations Antenna Connector Security Maximum Receive Level Receiver Sensitivity
IEEE 802.11b ; IEEE 802.11g 2.412 2.484 GHz 1, no diversity supported. 1,2,5.5,11Mbps(802.11b) 6,9,12,18,24,36,48,54Mbps(802.11g) Up to 14 channels. Profiles available will include USA, France, Japan, Spain, Canda and Other (multiple countries) OFDM, DSSS, DBPSK, DQPSK, CCK , 16QAM, 64QAM 1 WEP 64/128, WPA PSK, TKIP, AES endto-end encryption -10 dBm (with PER < 8%) -72dBm for 54Mbps -87 dBm for 11Mbps -89 dBm for 5.5Mbps -90 dBm for 2.0Mbps -92 dBm for 1.0Mbps Max: 4 mA
WLAN Power and Link LED Current
WiPort b/g Data Sheet Rev 1.0 (March 2006) Page 4 of 7
WiPort Technical Data Category
CPU, Memory Firmware Reset Circuit Serial Interface Serial Line Formats Modem Control Flow Control Network Interface Protocols Supported Media Access Control Frequency Range Range Modulation Techniques
Lantronix DSTni-EX 186 CPU, 256 KB zero wait state on-chip SRAM, 2048 KB Flash, 16 KB Boot ROM Upgradeable via TFTP and serial port Reset In is low active. Minimum reset pulse width is 2 ms at IIL = -500A CMOS (Asynchronous) 3.3V-level signals Rate is software selectable (300 bps to 921600 bps) 7 or 8 data bits, 1-2 Stop bits, Parity: odd, even, none DTR, DCD XON/XOFF (software), CTS/RTS (hardware), none Wireless 802.11b, 802.11g and 10/100 Ethernet ARP, UDP, TCP, Telnet, ICMP, SNMP, DHCP, BOOTP, Auto IP, HTTP, SMTP, TFTP CSMA/CA with ACK 2.412 2.484 GHz Up to 328 feet (100m) indoors OFDM DSSS CCK DQPSK DBPSK 64 QAM 16 QAM 14 dBm + 1.5dBm/- 1.0 dBm 650 mA Internal web server, SNMP (read only) Serial login, Telnet login DeviceInstaller software Password protection, locking features, 64/128 bit WEP, WPA-PSK, End-to-End AES Serves web pages Storage capacity: 1.2 MB 29 grams Metal shell Operating range: -30C to + 70C (-22F to 158F) Storage range: -40C to +85C (-40F to 185F) 2-year limited warranty Windows 98/NT/2000/XP based DeviceInstaller configuration software and Windows based Comm Port Redirector, DeviceInstaller, Web-Manager.
Transmit Output Power Peak Supply Current at 3.3V Management
Security Internal Web Server Weight Material Temperature Warranty Included Software
Average Power Consumption at 3.3V WLAN / Ethernet Mode
WLAN mode WLAN mode WLAN mode WLAN mode Ethernet mode *
High Performance (@ 88 MHz) / Nominal Performance (@ 48 MHz)
High performance, data transfer at 922 kbps Nominal performance, data transfer at 230 kbps High performance, no data transfer Nominal performance, no data transfer Nominal performance, no data transfer
1300mW 950mW 580mW 300mW 750mW
* Applicable only when the wired 802.3 interface is implemented and activated.
WiPort b/g Data Sheet Rev 1.0 (March 2006) Page 5 of 7
Certifications (Please contact Lantronix for latest updates) Description Country
USA/Canada Product Safety Europe (Pre-test scan only) International
U.S. and Canadian (Bi-National) Standard for Safety of Information Technology Equipment, CSA-22.2 No. 60950-1-03 * UL 60950-1 Standard for Safety of Information Technology Equipment, EN 60950-1 IEC 60950-1
Agency Compliance (Please contact Lantronix for latest updates) Description Country
CFR Title 47 FCC Part 15-B, Class B EN 300 328; Data Transmission Equipment Operating in the 2.4GHz ISM Band and Using Spread Spectrum Techniques EN 301 489-17 & EN 301 489-1; EMC Standard for Radio Equipment and Services Industry Canada RSS-210 Low Power License-Exempt Radiocommunication Devices AS/NZS CISPR 22 (EMC) AS/NZS 4771 (Radio)
Canada Australia /New Zealand
DC Characteristics for Serial and Power Interface
Vcc VIL VIH VOL VOH IL
Supply voltage (typical 3.3) (+/-2%) Low Level Input Voltage High Level Input Voltage Low Level Output Voltage High Level Output Voltage Input Leakage Current
3.135 -0.3 2.0 2.4
3.45 0.8 5.5 0.4 +/-1
V V V V V A
WiPort b/g Data Sheet Rev 1.0 (March 2006) Page 6 of 7
Introduction A WiPort evaluation kit is available to provide a simple, quick and cost-effective way to evaluate the WiPort. Use the development kit to connect the WiPort to your product design, and give your newly networked product a test drive. Features of the Evaluation Kit Complete, ready-to-use WiPort and supporting Evaluation Board 3.3V power supply RS-232 cable, DB9F/F, null modem CAT5e UTP RJ45M/M Ethernet cable WiPort CD containing complete user documentation, DeviceInstaller, Comm Port Redirector (with 30 day free evaluation of Secure Comm Port Redirector) Antenna Features of the Evaluation Board The WiPort evaluation board includes a WiPort integrated with the following features: Ready to use just plug in the WiPort and connect to your system Dual high-speed RS-232 transceivers & DB9 connectors for easy connection to a PC Complete Ethernet interface, including magnetics, RJ-45 jack, and status LEDs Test header for easy access to all 40 of the WiPort power & I/O pins
Model WiPort WiPort AES WiPort SMPL WiPort Eval. Kit WiPort Antenna Part Number WP2001000G-02 WP2002000G-02 WP200200SG-02 WP200200KG-02 930-033 Description Standard WiPort B/G Bulk Pack Min. order: 25 units Standard WiPort B/G AES Bulk Pack Min. order: 25 units WiPort B/G AES, Sample 1 WiPort enclosed WiPort B/G AES Evaluation Kit Accessory Antenna
For details contact your local Lantronix representative or Lantronix directly: Asia Pacific Region (E-mail): AsiaPacific_sales@lantronix.com Europe (E-mail): firstname.lastname@example.org Japan (E-mail): email@example.com United States (E-mail): firstname.lastname@example.org Latin America & Caribbean (E-mail): email@example.com or call OEM sales support at 800-526-8764.
2006 Lantronix, Inc. All rights reserved. Lantronix, WiPort and DSTni are trademarks of Lantronix, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Specifications subject to change without notice. All rights reserved. 910-440 3/2006
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WiPort Integration Guide
Part Number 900-333 Revision H January 2007
Copyright and Trademark
2005, 2006, 2007 Lantronix. All rights reserved. No part of the contents of this book may be transmitted or reproduced in any form or by any means without the written permission of Lantronix. Printed in the United States of America. WiPort, with its patent-pending technology, is a trademark of Lantronix. Ethernet is a trademark of XEROX Corporation. UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group. Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows NT, and Windows XP are trademarks of Microsoft Corp. Netscape is a trademark of Netscape Communications Corporation.
Lantronix Corporate Headquarters 15353 Barranca Parkway Irvine, CA 92618, USA Phone:949-453-3990 Fax: 949-453-3995 Technical Support Online: www.lantronix.com/support Sales Offices For a current list of our domestic and international sales offices, go to the Lantronix web site at www.lantronix.com/about/contact/
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. This device is intended only for OEM Integrators. The OEM integrator should be aware of the following important issues. Labeling of the End Product The end product to integrate this module has to be clearly identified on the label that this end product contains an FCC approved RF module. The format of such statement could be "Contains Transmitter with FCC ID: R68WIPORTG" or similar. RSS-GEN Sections 7.1.4 and 7.1.5 Statement for Devices with Detachable Antennas This device has been designed to operate with the antennas listed in the Certificate, and having a maximum gain of 5 dB. Antennas not included in this list or having a gain greater than 5 dB are strictly prohibited for use with this device. The required antenna impedance is 50 ohms. To reduce potential radio interference to other users, the antenna type and its gain should be so chosen that the equivalent isotropically radiated power (EIRP) is not more than that required for successful communication. Integration Note a) This module is authorized under limited module approval specified to mobile host equipment. So, the antenna must be installed such that 20cm is maintained between the antenna and users. b) The transmitter module may not be co-located with any other transmitter or antenna. As long as the 2 conditions above are met, further transmitter testing will not be required. However, the OEM integrator is still responsible for testing their end-product for any additional compliance requirements required with this module installed (for example, digital device emission, PC peripheral requirements, etc.) Note: In the event that these conditions can not be met (for example certain laptop configurations, general purpose PCMCIA or similar cards, or co-
location with another transmitter), then the FCC authorization is no longer considered valid and the FCC ID can not be used on the final product (including the transmitter) and obtaining a separate FCC authorization. Note: Changes or modifications to this device not explicitly approved by Lantronix will void the user's authority to operate this device.
1: Introduction 7
About the Integration Guide________________________________________________7 Additional Documentation _________________________________________________7
2: Description and Specifications
WiPort Overview ________________________________________________________8 WiPort Block Diagram ____________________________________________________9 PCB Interface _________________________________________________________10 Mating Connector ______________________________________________________11 Serial Input/Output______________________________________________________11 Sample Layouts for RS-485 Connectivity ____________________________________13 WLAN Input/Output _____________________________________________________14 Ethernet Input/Output ___________________________________________________15 Power, Ground, and Reset _______________________________________________15 Absolute Maximum Ratings_______________________________________________15 Recommended Operating Conditions _______________________________________16 Ethernet PHY Receiver Input Characteristics (RX+, RX-) ________________________16 100Base-TX Transceiver Characteristics (TX+, TX-) ___________________________16 Wireless Specifications __________________________________________________16 Technical Specifications _________________________________________________18 Dimensions ___________________________________________________________19 Recommended PCB Layout ______________________________________________20 Product Information Label ________________________________________________21
3: Development Kit
Contents of the Kit ______________________________________________________22 Evaluation Board Description _____________________________________________22 Serial Interfaces________________________________________________________22 Power Supply _________________________________________________________23 General Control PLD ____________________________________________________23 Configuration Switch Bank _______________________________________________23 Evaluation Board Layout _________________________________________________24 Evaluation Board Schematics _____________________________________________25 Compliance Information__________________________________________________29 Warranty _____________________________________________________________30
List of Figures
Figure 2-1. WiPort Block Diagram.... 9 Figure 2-2. Combined RS-232/422 Transceiver... 13 Figure 2-3. Separate RS-232/422 Transceivers... 13 Figure 2-4. Separate RS-422 Transceivers for 2-Wire and 4-Wire Setups.. 14 Figure 2-5. Side Views.... 19 Figure 2-6. Top View.... 19 Figure 2-7. Bottom View.... 20 Figure 2-8. Wireless Connector Dimensions... 20 Figure 2-9. PCB Layout.... 21 Figure 2-10. Product Label.... 21 Figure 3-1. WiPort Evaluation Board Layout... 24 Figure 3-2. Evaluation Board Schematics.... 25
List of Tables
Table 2-1. PCB Interface Signals.... 10 Table 2-2. Mating Connectors.... 11 Table 2-3. Channel 1 Connections... 12 Table 2-4. Channel 2 Connections... 12 Table 2-5. Channel 2 RS-422/485 4-Wire Connections... 12 Table 2-6. Channel 2 RS-485 2-Wire Connections... 12 Table 2-7. WLAN Signals.... 14 Table 2-8. Ethernet Signals.... 15 Table 2-9. Power, Ground, and Reset Pins... 15 Table 2-10. Absolute Maximum Ratings.... 15 Table 2-11. Operating Conditions, Serial Ports, & Configurable Pins.. 16 Table 2-12. Ethernet Input Characteristics... 16 Table 2-13. 100Base-TX Transceiver Attributes.... 16 Table 2-14. Wireless Specifications.... 16 Table 2-15. Technical Specifications.... 18 Table 3-1. RS-232 Signals.... 23 Table 3-2. Channel 2 RS-485 4-Wire Connector... 23 Table 3-3. Channel 2 RS-485 2-Wire Connector... 23 Table 3-4. Jumper Configurations.... 23 Table 3-5. Configurable Pin Configurations.... 24
About the Integration Guide
This guide provides the information needed to integrate the WiPort device server within another product. The intended audiences are the engineers responsible for integrating the WiPort into their product.
The following guides are available on the product CD and the Lantronix Web site (www.lantronix.com) WiPort Development Kit Quick Start Guide WiPort User Guide Briefly explains the basics to get the WiPort up and running. Provides information needed to configure, use, and update the WiPort firmware.
The WiPort wireless embedded device server is a complete network-enabling solution based on the IEEE 802.11b/g wireless standard, with WPA and WEP capabilities. WiPort allows Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) to add wireless connectivity to their products by incorporating it onto a circuit board with minimal engineering. The WiPort functions independently of a PC, providing an integrated solution that combines a processor, memory, 802.11b/g transceiver and dual high-speed serial ports into a single compact module. It includes a wireless connection, an operating system, an embedded Web server, and a full TCP/IP protocol stack. In addition, the WiPort sends email alerts and supports numerous other network communication protocols, including ARP, UDP, TCP, ICMP, Telnet, AutoIP, DHCP, HTTP and SNMP.
The WiPort contains Lantronixs own DSTni controller with 256 Kbytes of internal zero wait state SRAM, 16 Kbytes of boot ROM, and integrated 10/100 PHY. The WiPort also contains the following: Two 3.3-volt v24 serial interfaces (5V tolerant) Up to 921600 Baud 16 or 32Mbit flash memory (with optional additional 8Mbit SRAM) 88 MHz clock 802.11b/g interface 11 configurable pins 10/100 Ethernet interface The WiPort requires +3.3-volt power and is designed to operate within a temperature range of -40C to +70C.
Description and Specifications
WiPort Block Diagram
The following drawing is a block diagram of the WiPort showing the relationships of the components.
Figure 2-1. WiPort Block Diagram
Table 2-1. PCB Interface Signals Pin Number 3 WiPort Pin Function 3.3V Power 3.3V Power RTS0 Notes
TXD0 RXD0 CP2 CP3 CTS0
CP10 CP8 Signal Ground Signal Ground Reset In
Supply input Supply input Request to send hardware flow control output (logic level), serial port 0 Transmit data output (logic level), serial port 0 Receive data input (logic level), serial port 0 Configurable pin Configurable pin. Clear to send hardware flow control input (logic level), serial port 0 Configurable pin Configurable pin
TXD1 RXD1 CP9 CP4 CTS1
Reserved Reserved Signal Ground Signal Ground Reserved Reserved Ethernet Status LED2 Ethernet Status LED1 Ethernet TXEthernet TX+
Resets the WiPort unit. Reset In is low active. Minimum reset pulse width is 2ms at IIL = -500 A Configurable pin Request to send hardware flow control output (logic level), serial port 1 Transmit data output (logic level), serial port 1 Receive data input (logic level), serial port 1 Configurable pin Configurable pin Clear to send hardware flow control input (logic level), serial port 1 Reserved for future use Reserved for future use
Reserved for future use Reserved for future use Ethernet activity Ethernet link Output Output
Pin Number 35 36
Input Input Configurable pin High active output, tristated in Ethernet mode. WiPortB: 4mA high active output. WiPortG: reserved. 37 CP6 Configurable pin. 38 CP5 Configurable pin. 39 WLAN Activity LED High active output, tristated in Ethernet mode. WiPortB: 4mA high active output. WiPortG: 4mA low active output. 40 CP7 Configurable pin. Note: For all the configurable pins, see the WiPort User Guide for selectable functions.
WiPort Pin Function Ethernet RX Center Tap Ethernet TX Center Tap Ethernet RXEthernet RX+ CP1 WLAN Power LED (WiPort B only)
Table 2-2. Mating Connectors Mating Connector Recommended: Samtec FTMH-120-03-F-DV-ES (shrouded header) Alternative: Samtec FTMH-120-03-F-DV (not shrouded) Alternative: Oupiin 2411-2X20GDN/017 (not shrouded) Description The mating connector is a 1mm micro header, 40 pins, 2 x 20.
The unit has two serial ports compatible with V24 serial standards at data rates up to 921Kbps. The serial I/O signals are 3.3V CMOS logic level and pins are 5V tolerant. Serial signals connect to an internal device, such as a UART. For evaluation and prototype work, it is convenient to have an external RS-232 interface that can connect to the serial port on a PC. The WiPort Evaluation Board has one RS-232 and one RS-232/422/485 transceiver (level shifters) to implement this external interface (only the WiPort 485 supports the RS-422/485 interface). If desired, use the CPs to create a DTE or DCE-style interface using any 3 available CPs. To create these interfaces, connect the signals according to Table 2-3 and Table 2-4. Note: CPx, CPy, and CPz are any of the available CPs.
Table 2-3. Channel 1 Connections WiPort Signal RXD0 TXD0 RTS0 CTS0 CPx CPy CPz Description Data In Data Out H/W Flow Control Output H/W Flow Control Input Modem Control Input Modem Control Output LED DCE Connector DB9 DB20 Signal RXD0 TXD0 RTS0 CTS0 DCD DTR DTE Connector DB9 DB8 Signal TXD0 RXD0 CTS0 RTS0 DTR DCD
Table 2-4. Channel 2 Connections WiPort Signal RXD1 TXD1 RTS1 CTS1 CPx CPy CPz Description Data In Data Out H/W Flow Control Output H/W Flow Control Input Modem Control Input Modem Control Output LED DCE Connector DB9 DB20 Signal RXD0 TXD0 RTS0 CTS0 DCD DTR DTE Connector DB9 DB8 Signal TXD1 RXD1 CTS1 RTS1 DTR DCD
Table 2-5. RS-422/485 4-Wire Connections WiPort Signal TX+ TXRX+ RXRTS CPx CPy CPz Description TX+ TXRX+ RXTX Enable RS-485 Select RS-485 2-wire RS-485 4-wire DB25 Pinout DB9 Pinout 2 8
Table 2-6. RS-485 2-Wire Connections WiPort Signal TX+/RX+ TX-/RXRTS CPx CPy CPz Description TX+/RX+ TX-/RXTX Enable RS-485 Select RS-485 2-wire RS-485 4-wire DB25 Pinout DB9 Pinout 7 3
Sample Layouts for RS-485 Connectivity
Figure 2-2. Combined RS-232/422 Transceiver
Figure 2-3. Separate RS-232/422 Transceivers
Figure 2-4. Separate RS-422 Transceivers for 2-Wire and 4-Wire Setups
The following table displays the WLAN input and output functions.
Table 2-7. WLAN Signals Pin Number Pin Function WLAN Power LED (WiPortB only) WLAN Activity LED
WLAN Power LED can be used to drive an external LED to monitor the status of the radio. When the WLAN Power LED is on continuously, it indicates the radio is on and in normal mode. When it is blinking, it indicates the radio is in power saving mode. WLAN Activity LED is also used to drive an external LED to monitor the status of the radio. When the LED is blinking, it is receiving or transmitting wireless data. When it is off, it indicates there is no wireless activity.
WLAN Power LED output can be used to drive an external LED to monitor the status of the radio. The output is active when the receiver and or transmitter are on. WLAN Activity LED output can be used to drive an external LED to monitor the activity of the radio. The output is active when an actual packet is received or transmitted. Both outputs are active high and can drive LEDs with 4mA. The LED shall be connected between the output and ground with a series resistor of 220 ohm.
Pin 36 is reserved. WLAN Activity LED output can be used to drive an external LED to monitor the activity of the radio. The output is active when the receiver and or transmitter are on. The output is active low and can drive an LED with 4mA. The LED shall be connected between the output and 3.3V with a series resistor of 220 ohm.
Note: If you have questions or concerns, please contact Lantronix Technical Support at (800) 422-7055 (US only) or (949) 453-7198. For both WiPortB and WiPortG, if power management is disabled, and when the unit is associated with a network, the receiver will always be on and thus any LED output, that indicates the receiver or transmitter being on (Power LED on WiPortB and Activity LED on WiPortG), will be active continuously.
The following table displays the Ethernet input and output functions.
Table 2-8. Ethernet Signals Pin Number Pin Function Ethernet TX+ TXTX Center Tap RX+ RXRX Center Tap Status LED1 Status LED2
Ethernet communication lines connect to external magnetics and an external RJ-45 jack. They are used for the creation of an Ethernet interface (instead of using the wireless interface). Either Ethernet or WLAN is selectable for communication (not both). Ethernet Link LED 1 can be used to drive an external LED. The LED is on when a link exists. Ethernet Activity LED 2 is also used to drive an external LED. The LED blinks when activity is present.
Power, Ground, and Reset
Table 2-9. Power, Ground, and Reset Pins Power Pin 1 Pin 2 Ground Pin 11 Pin 12 Pin 23 Pin 24 Reset Pin 13
Driving the Reset In line low resets the WiPort. Minimum reset pulse width is 2ms at IIL = -500uA
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Table 2-10. Absolute Maximum Ratings Parameter Supply Voltage Input Voltage Output Voltage Operating Temperature Storage Temperature Min 3.0 -0.5 -0.5 -40 -40 Max 3.85 Units V V V C C
Table 2-15. Technical Specifications
Lantronix DSTni-EX 186 CPU, 256 KB zero wait state SRAM 2048 KB Flash or 4096 KB Flash, 16 KB Boot ROM, 1024 KB SRAM Upgradeable via TFTP and serial port Reset In is low active. Minimum reset pulse width is 2 ms at IIL = -500 A CMOS (Asynchronous) 3.3V - level signals Speed software selectable (300 bps to 921600 bps) 7 or 8 data bits, 1-2 Stop bits, Parity: odd, even, none DTR, DCD XON/XOFF (software), CTS/RTS (hardware), none 802.11b and 10/100 Ethernet ARP, UDP, TCP, Telnet, ICMP, SNMP, DHCP, BOOTP, Auto IP, HTTP, SMTP, TFTP Internal web server, SNMP (read only) Serial login, Telnet login, DeviceInstaller software Serves web pages WEB storage capacity: 1.2 MB (or 3.2 MB) Up to 328 feet Indoors Wireless Mode Associated 1200 mW (High performance. Data transfer at 922 kbps.) 900 mW (Regular performance. Data transfer at 230 kbps.) 550 mW (High performance. No data transfer.) 400 mW (Regular performance. No data transfer.) 250 mW (Low performance. No data transfer.) Ethernet Mode 750 mW (Regular performance. No data transfer.) 420 mA Password protection, locking features, 64/128 bit WEP, WPA 29 grams Metal shell Operating range: -40C to +70C Storage range: -40C to +85C (-40F to 185F) 2-year limited warranty
Lantronix DSTni-EX 186 CPU, 256 KB zero wait state SRAM 2048 KB Flash or 4096 KB Flash, 16 KB Boot ROM, 1024 KB SRAM Upgradeable via TFTP and serial port Reset In is low active. Minimum reset pulse width is 2 ms at IIL = -500 A CMOS (Asynchronous) 3.3V - level signals Speed software selectable (300 bps to 921600 bps) 7 or 8 data bits, 1-2 Stop bits, Parity: odd, even, none DTR, DCD XON/XOFF (software), CTS/RTS (hardware), none 802.11b/g and 10/100 Ethernet ARP, UDP, TCP, Telnet, ICMP, SNMP, DHCP, BOOTP, Auto IP, HTTP, SMTP, TFTP Internal web server, SNMP (read only) Serial login, Telnet login, DeviceInstaller software Serves web pages WEB storage capacity: 1.2 MB (or 3.2 MB) Up to 328 feet Indoors Wireless Mode Associated 1300 mW (High performance. Data transfer at 922 kbps.) 950 mW (Regular performance. Data transfer at 230 kbps.) 580 mW (High performance. No data transfer.) 430 mW (Regular performance. No data transfer.) 300 mW (Low performance. No data transfer.) Ethernet Mode 750 mW (Regular performance. No data transfer.) 650 mA Password protection, locking features, 64/128 bit WEP, WPA 29 grams Metal shell Operating range: -40C to +70C Storage range: -40C to +85C (-40F to 185F) 2-year limited warranty
Firmware Reset Circuit Serial Interface
Serial Line Formats Modem Control Flow Control Network Interface Protocols Supported
The WiPort serial interfaces are 3.3V logic level and typically connected to a Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter (UART). For connection to an external device, the evaluation board has RS-232 and RS-232/422/485 transceivers. Port 0 supports RS-232. Port 1 (channel 2) supports RS-232/485. Connect to a PC using a null-modem serial cable with 9-pin connectors (F/F). The table below lists the RS-232 signals and corresponding pins on the WiPort. Note that the WiPort data and hardware flow control signals are actually buffered by the evaluation board CPLD. All signals are level-shifted by the RS-232 transceivers.
Table 3-1. RS-232 Signals WiPort PIN FUNCTION UART 0 TXD0 (Data Out) RXD0 (Data In) CTS0 (HW Flow Control Input) RTS0 (HW Flow Control Output) DCD0 (Modem Control Input) DTR0 (Modem Control Output) UART 1 TXD1 (Data Out) RXD1 (Data In) CTS1 (HW Flow Control Input) RTS1 (HW Flow Control Output) DCD1 (Modem Control Input) DTR1 (Modem Control Output) DB9 Pin # Con4 Con4
Table 3-2. Channel 2 RS-485 4-Wire Connector WiPort Signal TX+ TXRX+ RXDescription Data Out Data Out Data In Data In DB9 Pin Number 2 8
Table 3-3. Channel 2 RS-485 2-Wire Connector WiPort Signal TX+/RX+ TX-/RXDescription Data Out/In Data Out/In DB9 Pin Number 7 3
The evaluation board uses an external 3.3V regulated supply (included with kit). The evaluation board contains additional filtering and protection.
General Control PLD
The following table denotes the configuration of the evaluation board. Configuring the jumper re-routes the signals on the evaluation board as required for a given product. This also drives the LEDs.
Configuration Switch Bank
Table 3-4. Jumper Configurations Jumpers JP1 in and JP2 in Details CP10 and CP4 connected to RS-232 transceiver; can function as DTR1 and DCD1. CP10 and CP4 not connected to RS-232 transceiver; can function as general purpose I/O pins.
JP1 in and JP2 in JP1 out and JP2 out
Jumpers JP5 in and JP6 in JP5 out and JP6 out
JP3 in JP4 in JP7 out and JP8 out JP7 (Mode 0) In JP8 (Mode 1) Out
Details CP2 and CP3 connected to RS-232 transceiver; function as DTR0 and DCD0. CP2 and CP3 not connected to RS-232 transceiver; can function as general purpose I/O pins. CP0 connected to RS232/RS485 select CP1 connected to RS485 2-wire/4-wire select WiPort serial ports connected to RS-232 transceivers. WiPort serial ports not connected to RS-232 transceivers. WiPort serial ports 0 and 1 are connected directly to each other through the PLD. Can be used for loopback tests.
Note: Other JP7, JP8 jumper configurations are not recognized by the CPLD at this time. If using CPs for any combination of the above evaluation board configurations, please use the appropriate CP function selection as shown in the following table:
Table 3-5. Configurable Pin Configurations Configurable Pin CP0 CP1 CP2 CP3 CP4 CP5 CP6 CP7 CP8 CP9 CP10 Function RS-485 Select RS-485 2-Wire (Half Duplex) Modem Ctrl Out, Channel 1 Modem Ctrl In, Channel 1 Modem Ctrl In, Channel 2 Serial Status LED Out, Channel 1 Serial Status LED Out, Channel 2 Diagnostics LED General Purpose Input/Output (GPIO) GPIO Modem Ctrl Out, Channel 2
Evaluation Board Layout
Figure 3-1. WiPort Evaluation Board Layout
Evaluation Board Schematics
Figure 3-2. Evaluation Board Schematics
LED +3.3V POWER SUPPLY PWR SWITCH PWR CONN
WiPORT TEST HEADERS 2X10 - 2EA
UART1 STATUS LED's RESETI2C/CAN
ETH PHY USB RF LED's
TXD0 ACTIVE LED
3.3V UART0 UART1
RXD0 ACTIVE LED CPLD TXD1 ACTIVE LED
ANTENNA 2 LED's
STATUS LED's RESETI2C/CAN
RXD1 ACTIVE LED
3 STATUS LED's
RJ-45 with MAGNETICS and 2 LED's
Place C1,C2, C53 close to J1 pin 1 Place C3,C4, C54 close to J1 pin 2
C53 C2 0.1uF J1 RTS0 RXD0 CP3 CP10 RTS0 RXD0 CP3 CP10 3V3 DNP 1 DNP C47 DNP C0.1uF C49 4.7uF 0.01uF RTS1 RXD1 CP4 RESERVED RSTIN# RTS1 RXD1 CP4 RESERVED 0.1uF 0.01uF 4.7uF
TXD0 CP2 CTS0 CP8
CP0 TXD1 CP9 CTS1 RESERVED
C6 C8 4.7uF 2 0.1uF J2 RTS0 RXD0 CP3 CP10 RTS0 RXD0 CP3 CP10 0.1uF
Left LED - ACTIVE (Green) Right LED - LINK (Yellow)
SHIELD RJ-45, LU1T041C-43 3V3 1
CP0 TXD1 CP9 CTS1 RESERVED RTS1 RXD1 CP4 RESERVED
RSTIN# RTS1 RXD1 CP4 RESERVED
RESERVED ELED1 TX+ TCT RX+ WLAN POW CP5 CP7
RESERVED ELED1 TX+ TCT RX+ WLAN POW CP5 CP7 RESERVED ELED2 TXRCT RXCP1 CP6 WLAN ACT
RESERVED ELED2 TXRCT RXCP1 CP6 WLAN ACT
Test Header for WiPort I/O
MH4 EVO0PFC03M 1 3
J3 TX+ TXTCT 4 TX+ TXTCT RX+ RCT RXRJ1 RJ2 RJ3 RJ4 3V3 MHMHOLE 182 R1 MHOLE 1 ELED2 MHNC1 RJ5 RX+ RCT RXNC40 RESERVED ELED2 TXRCT RXCP1 CP6 WLAN ACT RESERVED ELED2 TXRCT RXCP1 CP6 WLAN ACT FTMH12003FDVES 37 39
MH7 - MH10 are used to solder the enclosure
RJ6 LEDLEFT+ LEDLEFT- RJ7 LEDRIGHTLEDRIGHT+ RJ8
CC12 0.1uF 1 3V4.7uF C13 2
In RS485 mode, RTS1 is used to enable the RS485 output driver
RS232 PORT 0/1 RS232/RS485 PORT 1
VC2+ C3 C1C0.1uF 19 0.1uF 1 3V3 CVCC 2 V+ C1+ 2 0.1uF C0.1uF 20 2
CP10 TXD0_B T1OUT T2OUT CTS1_B R1OUT B/R1IN RO/R2OUT A/R2IN RS485/RS232# FAST HDPX GND SHDN# 3VR7 DNP_10k 10k 10 RR6 R5 10k 10k 3VRXD1_B CP0 CP1 JPJPR1IN R2IN RXD0_232 DCD1_232
3V3 C4 TS1 C23
.01uF, HV 2 1
.01uF, HV 1
C25 C0.1uF 2 4.7uF 3V3
Place R4, not R7 to disable slew rate limiting. Place R7, not R4 to enable slew rate limiting.
C4 C1VC2+ 5 0.1uF 3V3 R8 10k C2T1IN T2IN R1OUT R2OUT ENSHUTDOWNONLINEGND STATUST1OUT T2OUT R1IN R2IN 0.1uF VCC 2 C1+ V+ 3
C1 0.1uF C0.1uF
RS232 PORT 0
RTS0_B CPJPJP2 CTS0_B CP3
DTR0_232 CTS0_232 TXD0_232 RTS0_232 RXD0_232 DCD0_232
11 CON2 DB9-MALE
V+ C21 V0.1uF TXD1_B DI/T1IN DE485/T2IN Y (A)/T2OUT 6 Z(B)/T1OUT RTS1_B C17 0.1uF DTR1_232 CTS1_232/RX-485 TXD1_232/TX-485 RTS1_232/TX+485 RXD1_232/RX+485 DCD1_232 CON1
DNP = Do Not Place
TP6 3VR10 0
TP3 3V3_Wi 1 C37 0.1uF, 50V
D1 DC_IN 0 CMCC33 0.1uF, 50V 100uF, 6.3V, X5R C2 R9
3V3 CON3 POWER JACK 2 1101M2S3CQEDC32 0.1uF, 50V 3 DNP_DLW5BSN102SQ2 1.5A, 1000 ohms @ 100mHZ R13 3V0 SW2
Place CMC1 and remove R9 and R13 to reduce emissions if required.
182 R11 LN1371-G D3
1 1SMB5917BT3, 4.7V 1 22uF, 6.3V, X5R LN1371-G
C35 0.1uF, 50V C34
3V3 C38 C1.01uF 0.1uF, 50V.01uF.01uF C41 0.1uF, 50V 0.1uF, 50V PADC44 C45 C46
3V3 D4 LN1371-G 182 R16
Place C38,C44 close TO U4:21 Place C40,C45 close TO U4:32 Place C41,C46 close TO U4:41
10K TXD0 TXD0_BR RTS0_BR RTS1_BR CTS1_B D5 RXD0_B CTS0_B RXD0_R SW1CTS0_R SW2CTS1_R CP5
RTS0 WLAN ACT
VCCINT VCCINT VCCIO
49.9 R23 31
GND GND GND
TCK TDI TDO TMS
182 R22 PADD9 LN1371-G
49.9 R31 PAD182 R23 D10 LN1371-G
PAD182 R24 D11 LN1371-G
RXDR25 3V3 RCR26 0.1uF, 50V 7 V+ DIS 10K 2
CONN PCB 7x2
C VOL OUT RST 3 RSTIN# U5 GND
TRIG THRES 1
CPLD ISP HEADER
LN1371-G 182 R17 D6 LN1371-G
RTS1 WLAN POW TXD1 TXD1_BR RXD1_R RXD1_B 5 GCK1_I/O CP6 CP7
RXD0 ACTIVE TXD0 ACTIVE
182 R18 D7 LN1371-G DR20 LN1371-G
I/O0 I/O1 I/O2 GCK2_I/O3 GCK3_I/O4 I/O5 I/O6 I/O7 I/O8 I/O9 I/O10 I/O11 I/O12 I/O13 I/O14 I/O15 I/O16 I/O17 GTS1_I/O18 I/O19 GTS2_I/O20 GSR_I/O21 I/O22 I/O23 I/O24 I/O25 I/O26 I/O27 I/O28 I/O29 I/O30 I/O31 I/O32
RTS0_BR 30 16
A: Compliance and Warranty Information
(According to ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN 45014)
Manufacturers Name & Address:
Lantronix 15353 Barranca Parkway, Irvine, CA 92618 USA
Declares that the following product: Product Name Model: WiPort Embedded Device Server Conforms to the following standards or other normative documents:
Safety: UL 60950-1 CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1-03 EN 60950-1:2001, Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC) EMC & Radio: For purposes of certification, the WiPort was tested as a modular device. CFR Title 47 FCC Part 15, Subpart B and C, Class B FCC Module Approval FCC Identifier: R68WIPORTG Industry Canada ICES-003 Issue 4 (2004), Class B Industry Canada RSS-Gen Issue 1 (2005) Industry Canada RSS-210 Issue 6 (2005) Industry Canada Module Approval IC: 3867A-WIPORTG EN 301 489-1 v1.4.1 (2002-08) , EMC Directive (1999/5/EC) EN 301 489-17 v.1.2.1 (2002-08), EMC Directive (1999/5/EC) EN v1.4.1 (2003-04), R&TTE Directive (1999/5/EC) Australia / New Zealand AS/NZS CISPR 22 (2006), Class B Australia / New Zealand AS/NZS 4771 (2000 + A1:2003) Japan VCCI (EMC emissions) V-3/2006-04 EN55022: 1998 + A1: 2000 + A2: 2003 EN55024: 1998 + A1: 2001 + A2: 2003 EN61000-3-2: 2000 + A2: 2005 EN61000-3-3: 1995 + A1: 2001
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