Configuration and Application Utilities from ioSelect

Industrial Wireless Software

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| ReFlexIO Manager | X-CTU | ioStudio | EtherWave IP Utility | Airio Server |

ReFlexIO Manager (Return to Top)

The ReFlexIO can be configured without using software, but this manager provides additional features that can help streamline your monitoring applications (Fig. 1). Simply install the manager onto your PC, connect the ReFlexIO unit via the USB port, and your ready to access the following features:

• View the status of the device live (Fig. 2)
• Upload device configurations and save on your PC
• Download device configurations from your PC to the unit
• Update ReFlexIO with current firmware
• Configure properties such as security, comms, logging, the display, and logic
• Monitor events in detail (Fig. 3)


ReFlexIO Manager Manual

ReFlexIO Manager Interface

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Live Device Status

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Events Log

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ioPro WDL Configuration - X-CTU (Return to Top)

The X-CTU configuration software is used specifically to configure the radios for an ioPro wireless application. This Microsoft Windows PC based tool connects to the WDL through a RS-232 standard 9 pin male to female serial cable. Your are able to load ioSelect's factory default configurations (point to point, point to multi-point, etc.)or create a custom one for your exact application. A brief overview of the available features:

• Configure ioPro WDL radios in a streamline manner
• Load or save standard configurations or customize your own parameters
• Read, write, and restore module configurations on screen
• Create network of repeaters for higher end application
• Update and configure firmware versions
• Test if a radio link is working properly


Configuration Files

Communicate with ioPro Radios

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Modem Configuration

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ioStudio (Return to Top)

This software should be used hand in hand with anyone using an ioPro system especially when an IOMAP2 module is being used. With the software installed on your Microsoft Windows based PC, the modules can be configured via an RS-485 serial cable. Every parameter of each module can be adjusted and modules can be assigned specific addresses allowing an ioPro system with a mix of module pairs.

• Verify if modules are functioning properly
• Ability to configure the IOMAP2 Mapper module
• Adjust module paraiosmeters on screen
• Access communication settings
• View real time IOs from modules


Module Specifications

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Simple Connectivity

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EtherWave IP Utility (Return to Top)

The EtherWave IP Utility allows for the configuration of the EtherWave radio through the Web Browser Method. This tool configures the unit's parameters regardless of the PC's current IP address. The program runs on a Microsoft Based PC and connection between the EtherWave unit is done via an Ethernet cable. Here are just a few features of the utility:

• Configure parameters of the unit
• View and change the status of the radio
• Access the admin page of full option tray
• Choose the best possible radio channel for least amount of interference
• Update and configure security options


EtherWave IP Utility Interface

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Adjust Radio Settings

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Choose Radio Channel

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Airio MCU 02 Configuration - Server (Return to Top)

This server application allows the Airio MCU to connect to a windows PC to access the web browser. All the necessary configurations and parameters are done through the web browser including scheduling events, alarms, event logs, logics, and more. This tool helps any user take advantage of the Airio's features including the SMS message, call, or e-mail abilities.

• On screen data configuration
• Enable GPRS features (requires SIM)
• Create and edit logics
• Set up analog, digital, message, and timer events
• Monitor users


List of Logics

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Status of Module

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List of Events

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