Gateway MG1-1000, MicroGate MG1-1000 User Manual

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MicroGate™ Online Kitchen™ Gateway

User Guide

MG1-1000

January 2005

Part Number: 4911000-010

Revision Number: A3

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

I.

INTRODUCTION...............................................................................................................................

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II.

FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS.............................................................................................

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ARCHITECTURE ..........................................................................................................................................

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SERIAL INTERFACE PORT #1 AND PORT #2 .................................................................................................

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NETWORK INTERFACE ................................................................................................................................

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NAFEM DATA PROTOCOL MIB COMPATIBILITY.......................................................................................

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POWER .......................................................................................................................................................

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ENVIRONMENTAL .......................................................................................................................................

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PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS.........................................................................................................................

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WARRANTY ................................................................................................................................................

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III.

HARDWARE DESCRIPTION..........................................................................................................

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LED INDICATORS .......................................................................................................................................

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POWER CONNECTORS PIN ASSIGNMENT.....................................................................................................

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RS232 SERIAL PORT PIN ASSIGNMENT ......................................................................................................

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RS485 SERIAL PORT PIN ASSIGNMENT ......................................................................................................

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ETHERNET (RJ45) CABLE SPECIFICATIONS AND PIN ASSIGNMENTS.........................................................

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IV.

INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION.................................................................................

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SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS ..........................................................................................................................

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CONNECT THE SYSTEM.............................................................................................................................

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Basic Installation Procedure ..............................................................................................................

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Basic Network Configuration Procedure............................................................................................

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V.

PART NUMBER SELECTION.......................................................................................................

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VI.

LIMITED WARRANTIES ..............................................................................................................

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I. Introduction

Everything you need for full NAFEM protocol compliance

Translates and organizes your legacy equipment's data into the NAFEM Data Protocol framework

Supports all of the MIBs defined by the NAFEM Data Protocol Group

Built-In Web Server

Optional Modem for installations without a network infrastructure

Connect up to 253 equipment with one MicroGate™

Firmware Upgradeable in the field as protocol standards change

E-Control Systems MicroGate™ is one of the most cost-effective and versatile gateways for adding the NAFEM (North America Association of Food Equipment Manufactures) Data Protocol and Ethernet connectivity into any equipment. Whether you're an equipment manufacturer, systems integrator, or IT manager, the cost, functionality, and flexibility of the MicroGate™ makes it the ideal product for any Online Kitchen™ application.

The MicroGate™ incorporates all essential networking functions including a full-featured TCP/IP stack, 10Base-T Ethernet connection, real-time operating system, embedded Web Server, optional modem, and battery-backed memory.

Feature-Rich Cost-Effective Solution

The MicroGate™ incorporates the latest in Flash and SDRAM technology to give the best feature/price/performance ratio on the market. Using the latest in memory technologies allows up to 253 pieces of equipment to be connected to one MicroGate, further reducing the cost of the overall system. Complex menu recipe changes, firmware updates, or set point changes can be done without disrupting any of the other services running on the MicroGate™.

Flexibility

As the demand for updates and new features arise, the MicroGate™ can be updated from any location on the Ethernet network. This eliminates the need to call for service or replace the hardware itself. All updates and features are added using a standard Web Browser, like Microsoft® Internet Explorer, or through bulk transfer facilities specified in the NAFEM data protocol.

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Total Online Kitchen™ Solution Package

Coupled with E-Control Systems' enterprise Raptor Web Software™, equipment manufacturers, systems integrators, and IT professionals have a total Online Kitchen™ system to help manage a fully integrated restaurant. Never before has there been such a synergy between all aspects of the restaurant.

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II. Features and Specifications

Architecture

CPU: Advanced High Performance Motorola 32-bit embeddedPowerPCNetwork Processor with 66 MIPS at 50 MHz

Memory: 16 Mbytes of SDRAM (expandable to 64 Mbytes) 2 Mbytes of Flash (expandable to 16 Mbytes) 512 Kbytes of battery-backed SRAM (optional)

Real time clock with battery backup

Serial Interface Port #1 and Port #2

Interface Type: CMOS, RS232, or RS485 Data Rates: 300 to 115.2 kbps Characters: 7 or 8 bits

Stop Bits: 1 or 2

Control Signals (for CMOS and RS232 only): RTS, CTS, DTR, DSR, and DCD Protocols: MODBUS RTU, MODBUS ASCII, BACNET®, or any custom

proprietary protocol

Network Interface

Interface: 10Base-T Ethernet (IEEE 802.3) Connector: RJ45

Protocols: TCP, UDP, IP, DHCP, BOOTP, ICMP, IGMP, ARP, PPP, SNMP, SMTP, FTP (client and server), TFTP (client and server), HTTP, and TELNET

NAFEM Data Protocol MIB Compatibility

Administration

Asset Management

Bulk Transfer

Clock Calendar

Inventory Management

Maintenance

Monitor (with history)

Notify

Security

Traps

Utility

Power

Input Voltage: 5VDC +/-5%

Without Modem:

Input Current (25 MHz Clock): 330mA max

Input Current (50 MHz Clock): 450mA max

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With Modem:

Input Current (25 MHz Clock): 490mA max

Input Current (50 MHz Clock): 610mA max

Environmental

Operating: 0 C to 70 C (32 F to 158 F) Storage: -40 C to 85 C (-40 F to 185 F)

Humidity: Maximum 95% Relative Humidity, non-condensing Altitude: 10,000 ft (3048 m) max

Physical Specifications

TOLERANCES

 

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4701000A1

 

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Without Modem:

Dimensions: 4.75x3.00x0.80 inches (120.7x76.2x20.4 mm) Weight: 3.1 oz (88 grams)

With Modem:

Dimensions: 4.75x3.00x1.09 inches (120.7x76.2x27.7 mm) Weight: 3.3 oz (94 grams)

Warranty

1-year limited warranty

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