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INST
TRUCTIIONS
 
 
RAILDU
R UINO MODUL
M LE
 
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Content
 
1.  General instructions and information .............................................................................................................. 3 
1.1  Symbols used .................................................................................................................................................. 3 
1.2  Safety warnings ............................................................................................................................................ 3 
1.3  Scope of delivery .......................................................................................................................................... 3 
1.4  Delivery and packaging description ................................................................................................................... 3 
1.5  Storage .......................................................................................................................................................... 3 
1.6  Installation and start‐up ............................................................................................................................... 3 
1.7  Spare parts .................................................................................................................................................... 3 
1.8  Repairs .......................................................................................................................................................... 3 
1.9  Warranty ....................................................................................................................................................... 3 
2.  Termination of operation and disposal ............................................................................................................ 4 
2.1  Termination of operation ............................................................................................................................. 4 
2.2  Management and disposal of the packaging ................................................................................................ 4 
3.  Product description .......................................................................................................................................... 5 
3.1.  Concept ......................................................................................................................................................... 5 
3.2.  Technical specification .................................................................................................................................. 7 
4.  Installation instructions .................................................................................................................................... 8 
4.1  Assembly ....................................................................................................................................................... 8 
4.2  DIP switch setting ......................................................................................................................................... 8 
4.3  LED indicator ................................................................................................................................................. 8 
4.4  Basic connection ........................................................................................................................................... 9 
4.5  Modbus communication settings ............................................................................................................... 11 
4.6  Connection to Loxone, the home automation ........................................................................................... 12 
5.  Basic parameters and operational conditions ................................................................................................ 21 
6.  Table of the inputs‐outputs and their adress management .......................................................................... 22 
 

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1. General instructions and inform


mation 1.4 Delivery and packaging
g descriptio
on
   

1 Symbols u
1.1 used The product is wraaped in a prootective electro
ostatic packag
ging
  and placed in a ca
ardboard box. The product must not be
A warning sing, for safe use the
e instructions m
must expoosed to direcct rain, vibrattions and imp pacts during the
be followed trans
sport.
CE mmarking, certifie e of the producct
es compliance
 
with tthe legal requiirements
1.5 Storage
 
 
The products are stored in drry non-conden
nsing areas with
w
The p
product does notn belong to municipal wasste
temp
perature -40 up
u to +85 °C.
and iss subject to se
eparate collec
ction
 
 
 
1.6 Installation
n and startt-up
 
1.2
2 Safety wa
arnings
The device should d be installedd only by tech
hnicians, who are
 
acquuainted with the technnical terms, warnings and
Waarning!
instru
uctions and who
w are able too adhere to these instruction
ns.
To prevvent electricaal shock and fire, follow tthese
 
safety instructions an
nd guidelines. Do not excee ed the
If an
ny doubts reg
garding the rigght handling with the mod dule,
technicaal parameterss and use the e device accoording
pleas esitate to conttact the local distributor or the
se, do not he
to the following description. Read the ins structions carrefully
manufacturer.
beffore putting the device into operation. The device shou uld be
 
installed only byy a qualified technician.
t Usse of the deviice in
Mounting and connectin of the ddevice should meet the natio onal
anyy other wayy than the way recom mmended byy the
legis
slation govern c materials, i. e.
ning installatioons of electric
maanufacturer ma ay undermine e the protectioon provided bby the
meter of conductors, protectiive fuses and positions.
diam
devvice. Do not connect the e device to the power ssupply
 
(da
angerous volta age) unless it is being installed. Repairs o
of the
Desc
cription of inputt/output and ppower connecctions are listed in
moodule can be ccarried out only by the manu ufacturer.
these
e instructions and on the deescription labe
el.
 
Waarning!
The Railduino Mod nt on the DIN rail
dule is intendeed to be moun
In an a application witth connectionn of low volta
age of
in co
ompliance with the standarrd EN 60715 or the PR-TS S 35
230V on the outp put terminal of the devicce a
type.
sufficient distance or o insulation f r o m the w wires,
 
cla
amps and e enclosing a g a i n s t the surroundings
s (e.g.
Wheen installing, commissionning, operating and during
adjacent e
equipment) must be provided,
p duee to
mainntenance pay attention to the instructio
ons mentioned
d in
preeservation of protection ag gainst electric
c shock. Behinnd the
the chapter
c 4.
front cover of the device are outtput terminals, where dangeerous
 
voltage can occu ur.
1.7 Spare partts
 
 
In the Czech Re epublic only a qualified pe erson is allow
wed to
Each
h compact part of the prod uct, for excha ange of which
h no
install the device
e (a person min.
m skilled ac
ccording to § 5 of
spec ns are necessary,
cial procedures or technologgical operation
Goov.order no. 5 50/1978 Sb.) after familiarization with these
can be
b also ordereed as a spare part.
instructions. Thee device mustt not be used d otherwise thhan in
 
acccordance with these instructtions.
 
1.8 Repairs
 
To prevent risk o
of electical inju
ury or fire the maximal operration
The products are repaired by thhe manufacturrer. For repair the
parrameters of the device mu ust not be exc ceeded, particcularly
products are sen nt in a packkaging, which h ensures sh hock
the
e range of ope
erational tempe eratures due tot heat impactt from
abso
orbtion and pro
otects againstt damage durin
ng transportattion.
con
nnected or othher technological equipmentt nearby!
 
 
Pro
otect the deevice from a direct sun light, dust, high
1.9 Warranty
 
tem
mperature, meechanical vibbrations a n d impact, from
m rain
The product is coovered by 2 yeears warrantyy from the datte of
and
d high moisture. In case off increased am
mbient temperrature
deliv
very specified
d on the del ivery note. The
T manufactturer
abo
ove the mentio
oned limit a ventilation
v st be ensured .
mus
warrrants the tecchnical and operation pa arameters of the
 
prod
ducts to the extent
e of validd documentation. The warranty
3 Scope off delivery
1.3
od begins from the date off taking over the goods byy the
perio
 
buyeer or by a carrier.
c The m manufacturer is not liable
e for
The e product commes with:
defe
ects caused by improperr storage, im mproper exte ernal
nstructions for the Railduino
- In o Module
coneection, extern
nal factors, particularly by quantitiess of
inad
dmissible sizes, unquaalified mounting, incorrrect
adju
ustment, improoper use or noormal wear andd tear

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2. Terminatio
on of opera
ation and disposal
d
 
1 Termination of operration
2.1
 

During teermination of operation,


o the dismantling a
and
disposal are possible to
t execute only after the poower
supply iss disconnected
d.

2.2
2 Managemment and
d disposa
al of th
he
packagin
ng
 

If the pro
oduct Railduino o is not furthe
er used, or shoould it
be replace ed with a new w one, it is nott disposed witth the
general ho ousehold wasste. Disposal of o this productt must
be performed in a separate e collection. Separate
S colle
ection
allo
ows for reccycling and reuse of us sed products and
packaging mate erials. Reuse e of recycled d materials helps
pre
event environmental pollution and reduc ces the deman nd for
raww materials. W
When buying newn products, stores, local w
waste
dis
sposal or recyycling plants will
w provide info ormation on pproper
dis
sposal of electtronic waste.

Too avoid damag ge of the envvironment or human


h health
h from
uncontrolled disposal, we recommend to co ontact the selller for
infformation on ssafe disposal of
o this product.

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3. Product description

Railduino Module is individually usable programmable is communication via Ethernet, thus the use of LAN
automatic device (Arduino – compatible PLC), which is connectivity (Modbus TCP).  
possible to use in many different applications – from simple
tasks to complex processes. In the production it was set up The communication protocols for bus RS485 and Ethernet are
to work in conjunction with a master system, for programmed in MODBUS RTU (for serial link RS485) and in
example Loxone, without any other intervention. Then the
MODBUS TCP (for Ethernet). Settings of this communication
master system is able to control digital outputs of the
is described in the chapter Settings.
module Railduino (the external equipment e.g. pumps, LED
 
etc.) or read values from digital / analogue inputs (e.g. push  
buttons, contacts etc.).
3.1. Concept
 

Railduino Module enables evaluation of the digital sensores / The whole automatic device is designed as a system of
switches through 24x digital inputs, which are optically several parts of printed circuit boards in a DIN type plastic
separated, the max. input voltage is 24V. Furthermore, it is housing (9 modules) that can be mounted on a DIN rail. The
possible to read status of 3x analogue inputs through a 10- Railduino Module comprises of the following basic parts:
bite AD convereter, the range of analogue values 0-10V.
Arduino MEGA 2560 - a printed circuit board with a
Through 12x digital outputs (relay) it is possible to control
microcontroller in form of an 8-bite processor ATmega 2560
devices with max. current of 5A at 230V per one output.
with the frequency of 16 MHz, known as Arduino MEGA 2560
Other outputs include 4 x PWM outputs, which are switched
– an open-source project – more can be found on:
using FET transistors, max. voltage 24V DC, max. switching http://arduino.cc/.
current 2 A / output, max. load 25 W / output, frequence 490
Hz. Railduino shield is another PCB board enabling connection
of all the outside sensors and actuators to the controller,
Railduino Module is equipped with communication buses, which configures the signals so that the microcontroller can
which enable reading of the given states on the inputs read or control them. In addition, this board ensures all power
alternatively controlling of the outputs. It is a serial bus supply and communication.
RS485 (protocol Modbus RTU) that makes possible to
connect a superior control system, additional Railduino Ethernet shield – is an additional (optional) PCB which offers
modules or other devices. Further it incorporates a 1-wire a possibility to connect the whole system to Ethernet
bus (Dallas-Maxim), which enables to connect favourite network. When this function is engaged then the Railduino
temperature sensores DS18B20, or sensores DS2438 (e.g. Module is additionally equipped with the interface connectors.
UNICA 1-wire sensors) to the module. An additional function

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3.2. Techn
nical speciffication
 

 24x digita
al inputs – opttically separated, max. inpu t voltage 24V DC
 12x relayy outputs – galvanically separated, max. ccurrent 5A at 230V2 AC per 1 output
 3x analog g inputs – inpu
ut voltage 0 - 10V against th he AC terminaal, resolution 1024
1 bits
 4x PWM digital outputss – max 25 W / 1 output, ma ax 24V DC, f = 490 Hz
 Commun nication 1-wire
e – possibility to
t connect the e temperature sensors Dalla as DS18B20 (m max. 5 pcs) or DS2438 sen nsors,
resolutionn 0,1°C, tempperature measurement requ uest every 30 seconds
 Commun nication I2C – reserved for possibility
p onnect for exa
to co ample access systems, RTC C, contact indicator etc.
 Commun nication RS485 5 – possibility of serial comm munication with a master sy ystems (e.g. LLoxone Modbu us extension)
 Commun nication USB – possibility to connect to PC C for program
mming purpose es – the conecctor is inside th
he device
 Commun nication Ethernnet – possibilitty to connect tto LAN e.g. for the Internet (only the Raillduino RTU/TC CP variant)
 Status LEED diode – ind dication of opeeration
 Reset buutton – restart of the module e
 Switch DDIP – for the adddress setup of o the Modbuss protocol – up p to16 address ses
 Terminattor – RS485 bus termination n jumper

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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4. Installa
ation instru
uctions

4.1 Assemb
bly
 
Mounting o
onto DIN rail – click the Railduino Module
e onto the DIN rail (TS 35) as in the picturre.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
4.2
2 DIP swittch setting

This switch
h is used to se
et address for communicatio
on via RS485 (Modbus) – more
m in the chaap 4.5).

A
Add. Dip Switch
S Add
d. Dip Swittch

1  2  3  4    1  2  3  4 
1 OFF OFF OFF O
ON 9 ON OFF O
OFF ON
2 OFF OFF ON O
OFF 10
0 ON OFF ON OFF
F
3 OFF OFF ON O
ON 11 ON OFF ON ON
4 OFF ON OFF O
OFF 12
2 ON ON O
OFF OFF
F
5 OFF ON OFF O
ON 13
3 ON ON O
OFF ON
6 OFF ON ON O
OFF 14
4 ON ON ON OFF
F
7 OFF ON ON O
ON 15
5 ON ON ON ON
8 N
ON OFF OFF O
OFF 16
6 OFF OFF O
OFF OFF
F
 
 
4.3 LED indicator

The device
e is equipped with
w a blue LE ED diode on thhe bottom right, indicating operational stat
atus, see the ta able below. Affter
connecting
g the power su upply to the moodule, in a no rmal mode, th
he blue LED diode
d is continnuously lit for approx.
a 3sec,
afterwards is flashes with frequency of 1 Hz.

Note: For M
Modbus TCP – if the blue LED diode is litt for more than
n 10 sec. afterr the power suupply is conne
ected, then no IP
address haas been assign
ned to the module by DHCP P server, the connection
c to LAN or alternaatively the Railduino Module
e is
necessary to reset.

 
LED
D diode Status Required
d action

The ligh
ht is not lit No
o power supply or Connect
C to pow
wer supply or
device failure replace thee device
The light is permanently
p lit ooting or rese
Bo etting Iff permanentlyy lit, reset the
connection to LLAN (only for
Modbuss TCP)

Th
he light flashe
es (approx. 1 Hz) Device is OK
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4.4 Basic co
onnection

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Pic. 1 – Th
he block diagrram of use of tthe digital inpu
uts / relay outp
puts of Raildu ino Module
for readiing of button a
and for 230V ACA outlet sock ket control
via RS
S485 bus (Mod dbus RTU) or LAN (Modbus s TCP).
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
picc. 2 – The bloc
ck diagram of u
use of the PWWM outputs of Railduino Moddule
f control of coloured
for c LED strip lights via
a RS485 bus (Modbus
( RTU ).

 
 
   
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pic. 3 – Thee block diagram
m of the DS18
8B20 temperature sensors
connectted to 1 wire bus
b of Railduin no Module and
d connection to LAN (Modbuus TCP).

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

p 4 – The blo
pic. ock diagram o
of use of Raild
duino Module analogue
a inpuuts
for water level sta
atus reading with
w ultrasonicc sensor and connection
c t RS485 bu s (Modbus RTU).
to the
   

   
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4.5 Modbus communication settings


Railduino Module with the software stack for Modbus RTU/TCP has got the MODBUS communication protocol preset
as follows:

RTU (Serial link RS485):


- Communication speed 115200 Bd
- Number of data bites 8
- Number of stopbites 1
- Parity no

TCP (Ethernet):
- port 502

Modbus supported functions:


- FC16 - entry into the holding regisers
- FC3 - reading from the holding registers

The address for Modbus RTU protocol is set up with DIP switch (see chapter 4.2). Since it is a 4-pole-switch, it is
possible to set up to16 various addresses. The initial module address is set to1.

LAN connection uses DHCP server IP address assignment – the address is necessary to find out e.g. in a router with
DHCP server function. Each Railduino Module in the variant with Ethernet connection has got its own MAC address,
which is printed on the Railduino housing.

If the longer RS485 bus (Modbus RTU) between Railduino modules is used, alternatively between a master system
and Railduino Modul, for more reliable communication it is sufficient to connect so called bus terminator or terminating
resistor. This is possible with the jumper placed next to DIP switch for the address setting.

Standartly Railduino Module is delivered with a jumper in OFF position, i.e. connection without terminating resistor. If it
is necessary to use the terminator and close the jumper.

   
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4.6 Connec
ction to Lo
oxone, the home auto
omation

ATTENT TION !!!


There haas been chan nge made by Loxone usin ng Modbus extension - po
olling cycle in
nterval has been
b ajusted from
min. 0,1s
s to min. 5s since
s Loxone Config ver. 8
8.1.11 !!!

In order to continue read


r fast dig. inputs there
e is need to us
se Loxone Co
onfig max. veersion 8.07.19
9 or sooner.

It is posssible to connecct Railduino Module


M to the L
Loxone systemm in two ways s – with help oof RS485 bus (protocol Mod
dbus),
or via computer LAN network
n (this option
o is compplementary annd must be orrdered additionnally). Subseqquently the Lo
oxone
miniserve er program mu ust be adjusteed. This proceddure is describ
bed in the follo
owing sectionss.

What typ
pe of Loxone connection
c to choose
c – RS4
485 (Modbus RTU)
R or LAN (Modbus
( TCP ) ?

nnection to Lo
If the con oxone via RS485 is available e, then it is preferable to choose this optiion. The connection is faste
er and
more reliiable than wheen connected via LAN. In ccases when th here is only connection viaa LAN network k available – e.g.
e a
great disttance from the
e Loxone miniserver, it is p ossible to chooose this varia
ant of connecttion, but the re
esponses are a litle
bit slower than when connected
c via RS485.

Sample p
programs for Loxone
L is poss
sible to downl oad from the web
w page www.sedtronic.czz .

4.6.1 Conn
nection via bus RS485 – Modbus R
RTU
 
Railduino
o Module musst be connec cted to the m iniserver Loxoone via Modb bus extensionn and via RS485 bus (e.g.
twisted p
pair, UTP, etc.). Simply interrconnect the ccommunication
n interfaces off the Modbus extension – th
he terminals A
and B witth the termina
als of the moduule Railduino A + and B-, se
ee the image down
d below.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
pic. 6 – The block diiagram of Raillduino Module
e connection to
o the Loxone ssystém.
 
At first, yyou need to to set the comm munication parrameters for th
he Modbus ex
xtension in thee Loxone configuration (the
chapter S Settings) – see
e the picture.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
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Then it iss necessary to
o enter a new Modbus devicce into the Lox
xone configura
ation,
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
and the a
address of thiss device is sett (the value se
et on the DIP switch
s of the module
m Railduiino).
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   

   
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4.6.2 Connection
n via LAN – Modbus TC
CP

Railduino
o Module RTUU / TCP can bee connected to
o the Loxone miniserver als so directly usinng LAN comm
munication netw
work.
Simply co
onnect the mo
odule Railduin
no to LAN netwwork (switch, router,
r etc.) wiith a communiication cable.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
At first it is necessary to
t enter a new
w communicat ion of type Mo
odbusServer to the Loxone configuration,,
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
and set the communication parametter - IP addresss for Modbus Server (Chap
pter 4.5) – seee the picture.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

   
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Further, a new Modbuss device is entered into thiss communication,
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
and the a
address of thiss device is sett (the value se
et on the DIP switch
s of the module
m Raildu ino): 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   

   
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4.6.3 Sensors se
et up – digittal and analo
ogue

For readiing of any inp


put of Railduin
no Module (dig
gital, analogue
e, temperature
e), it is alwayss necessary to
o enter an
analogue e sensor in th
he Loxone con nfiguration!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
After ente
ering the analogue sensor into the Loxpla an it is conven
nient to rename it to the corrresponding inp
put of the mod
dule
Railduino
o (analog. inpu
uts = AI, dig. in
nputs = DI):
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
ameters of the sensor must be set up:
Subsequently the para

1. IO address off the Railduino o register, from


m where the value
v will be re
ead up (see th e Chapter 6)
a. the digital
d inputs are
a in the form m of full bytes at
a the adresse es 1,2,3
b. the analogue
a inpu
uts are at the a addresses 17--19
c. the values
v of the 1 wire sensorss are at the ad ddresses 25-44 (for more infformation see e the table at th
he
end of th his instructionss)
2. Command – for f the sensorrs always 3 – rread holding registers
r
3. Data type – fo or the sensors s always 16-biit – unsigned integer
i
4. The polling interval can be selected as de esired, eg. forr the temperature reading evvery 30 secon nds is sufficien
nt, for
the reading of o the digital in
nputs, select e eg. min. 5s
5. Correction:
a. The digital inputs: no need to ch hange anythin ng
b. The analogue inputs:
i. input value 1 = 0
ii. target vaalue 1 = 0
iii. input value 2 = 10000
iv. target vaalue 2 = 10
c. The temperature inputs i
i. input value 1 = 0
ii. target vaalue 1 = 0
iii. input value 2 = 1000
iv. alue 2 = 10 
target va
6. Validation – with
w the analoggue sensors mmax. value = 10

   
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The stattes of the diggital inputs m
must be readd in full bytess from the re
egisters of th e Railduino ‐‐ ie. reading of 8 
dig. inpu
uts in one steep. 
The digital inputs 1‐8 are at the IO address 11 
The digital inputs 9‐16 are at the e IO address  2 
The digital inputs 177‐24 are at thhe IO addresss 3 
 
In the Looxone configguration this register cann be then con nverted to th
he individual  inputs usingg the block 
binary ccoding.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Railduinno Module is able to find the temperaature sensorrs and the me easured valuues it can sennd to the 
Miniservver, but it caan not transm
mit their uniqque address to the Loxonne. It is thereefore necessary to 
distinguish the senso ors between guration ma nually, ie. th
n themselvess directly in LLoxone config he measured 
values aassign to the individual physical sensoors in the Loxxone configu
uration. 
 
Connectting the tem mperature sensors DS18B B20: 
It is posssible to conn
nect up to 5 ssensors ‐ thee addresses w
with the tem
mperature va lues are 36‐4 40. 
 
Connectting the tem mperature sensors DS24338 (UNICA 1w wire sensorss): 
It is possible to connnect up to 5 sensors ‐ eaach sensor ccan transmit three valuess ‐ temperatture, voltagee Vad 
(humiditty  or analogg  input),  volttage  Curr  (ligght  intensityy  or  digital  in
nput).  The  inndividual  adresses  are  in
n  the 
Modbuss register add dresses table e at the end  of the manu ual. 
 
More information on the sensorrs settings in  the Loxone configuratio on is in the exxample for the Loxone 
configurration ‐ Raild
duino version n 1.3 ‐ Modbbus RTU/TCP ‐ VZOR.Loxo one. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
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4.6.4 Setting the digital actu
uators – rela
ay outputs RO
R

For contrrol of a relay output


o of Railduino Module
e it is always necessary
n to enter
e a digital actuator in th
he Loxone
ation. 
configura
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
After inse
erting the digittal actuator to Loxplan it is cconvenient to rename it to th
he correspondding output of the module
Railduinoo (relay outputts = RO):
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Subsequently it is nece
essary to set the
t parameterrs of this actua
ator:

1. o register into which the values will be written (see the Chapter 6)
IO address off the Railduino
- the relay
r outputs (RO)
( are at th e addresses 5-16
5
2. Command – forf the actuato ors always 16 – preset multtiple registers
3. Data type – fo
or actuators always 16-bit – unsigned inte eger
4. Cyclic sendin
ng – eg. 1 – i.e
e. a command is sent every second
 
mple, see the picture:
For exam p

For the re
elay output 1 - address 5

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

   
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4.6.5 Setting the analogue actuators


a –a
analogue ou
utputs PWM
 
For control off an analogue
e output (PWMM) of Railduino Module it is always necesssary to enterr an analogue
e
actuator in th
he Loxone connfiguration.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
After inserting
g the analogue
e actuator to L
Loxplan it is co
onvenient to re
ename it to thee corresponding output of
the module Railduino
R (PWMM outputs = e..g. Red, Green n, Blue, White
e):

 
 
Subsequentlyy it is necessary to set param
meters of this actuator:

1 IO adddress of the Railduino


R e value will be entered (see the Chapter 6)
regisster, where the 6
- PWM outputs (RGBW ) start at the address
a 20-23
2 Comm mand - for actu uators always 16 – preset multiple
m registe
ers
3 Data tyype – for actuators always 1 16-bit – unsign
ned integer
4 Cyclic sending – e.gg. 1 – i.e. a com mmand is sen nt every seconnd
5 Rectification
i.. Input value 1 = 0
ii.. Target vaalue 1 = 0
iii.. Input value 2 = 100
iv.. Target vaalue 2 = 255

   
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4.6.6 RESET of Railduino


R Mo
odule
 
Besides the classic manu ual reset buttton on the mmodule Raild duino, the moodule can byy also reset 
remotely byy writing a logical one to  the IO addre ess 24. 
 
After each rreset of the LLoxone minisserver (e.g. cchange in thee Loxone connfiguration pprogram) it iss 
convenient to reset alsoo the modulee Railduino, e e.g. via the fo
ollowing Wipping relay blo
ock, when th he 
TH value is ee.g. 5s: 
 
 
   

   
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5. Basic parameters and operational conditions


 
Railduino Module is designed to be mounted in control cabinets to be mounted on a DIN rail. The basic parameters of the device
are indicated in the table 1.1 and the table 1.2.
 
Tab.1.1 BASIC PARAMETERS
 
Protection class II

Device type Built-in

Supply voltage typ. 24 V DC

Typical power consumption 2W

IP rating IP 20

Dimensions 160 x 90 x 60 mm

Connection

Power and relay outputs Screw terminals, max. 2.5 mm2 conductors

Digital inputs, PWM and the communication Screw terminals, max. 1.5 mm2 conductors

 
 
Tab.1.2 OPERATIONAL CONDITIONS

Environment Normal

Operational temperature 0 °C až +55 °C

Relative humidity range 10 % až 95 %

Operational possition Vertical

Type of operation Pernament

Max. voltage and current on the relay outputs 250V AC / 5A

Max. voltage on the digital inputs 24V DC

Max. voltage and switching power on the PWM outputs 24V DC / 25W / output

 
   

   
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6. Table of the inputs-outputs and their adress management


 
Table of the Arduino inputs-outputs and their assignment to Arduino Mega 2560 and Modbus map.

Arduino Railduino
Inputs/ Outputs Mega shield Modbus map
Name Tag HW pin port pin HW pin Name Register
dig. input DI 36 PC1 1 DI1_VAL 1.0
dig. input DI 34 PC3 2 DI2_VAL 1.1
dig. input DI 48 PL1 3 DI3_VAL 1.2
dig. input DI 46 PL3 4 DI4_VAL 1.3
dig. input DI 69 PK7 5 DI5_VAL 1.4
dig. input DI 68 PK6 6 DI6_VAL 1.5
dig. input DI 67 PK5 7 DI7_VAL 1.6
dig. input DI 66 PK4 8 DI8_VAL 1.7
dig. input DI 44 PL5 9 DI9_VAL 2.0
dig. input DI 42 PL7 10 DI10_VAL 2.1
dig. input DI 40 PG1 11 DI11_VAL 2.2
dig. input DI 38 PD7 12 DI12_VAL 2.3
dig. input DI 7 PH4 13 DI13_VAL 2.4
dig. input DI 6 PH3 14 DI14_VAL 2.5
dig. input DI 5 PE3 15 DI15_VAL 2.6
dig. input DI 24 PG5 16 DI16_VAL 2.7
dig. input DI 3 PE5 17 DI17_VAL 3.0
dig. input DI 2 PE4 18 DI18_VAL 3.1
dig. input DI 14 PJ1 19 DI19_VAL 3.2
dig. input DI 15 PJ0 20 DI20_VAL 3.3
dig. input DI 16 PH1 21 DI21_VAL 3.4
dig. input DI 17 PH0 22 DI22_VAL 3.5
dig. input DI 28 PA6 23 DI23_VAL 3.6
dig. input DI 30 PC7 24 DI24_VAL 3.7
relay output DO 39 PG2 1 DO1_VAL 5
relay output DO 41 PG0 2 DO2_VAL 6
relay output DO 43 PL6 3 DO3_VAL 7
relay output DO 45 PL4 4 DO4_VAL 8
relay output DO 47 PL2 5 DO5_VAL 9
relay output DO 49 PL0 6 DO6_VAL 10
relay output DO 23 PA1 7 DO7_VAL 11
relay output DO 25 PA3 8 DO8_VAL 12
relay output DO 27 PA5 9 DO9_VAL 13
relay output DO 29 PA7 10 DO10_VAL 14
relay output DO 31 PC6 11 DO11_VAL 15
relay output DO 33 PC4 12 DO12_VAL 16
analog input AI 58 PF4 A1 AI1_VAL 17
analog input AI 59 PF5 A2 AI2_VAL 18
analog input AI 62 PK0 A3 AI3_VAL 19
PWM output AO 22 PB4 G AO1_VAL 20
PWM output AO 11 PB5 W AO2_VAL 21
PWM output AO 12 PB6 R AO3_VAL 22
PWM output AO 13 PB7 B AO4_VAL 23

   
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reset RST RST 24


DS2438 T TEMP1 25
DS2438 T VAD1 26
DS2438 T CURR1 27
DS2438 T TEMP2 28
DS2438 T VAD2 29
DS2438 T CURR2 30
DS2438 T TEMP3 31
DS2438 T VAD3 32
DS2438 T CURR3 33
DS2438 T TEMP4 34
DS2438 T VAD4 35
DS2438 T CURR4 36
DS2438 T TEMP5 37
DS2438 T VAD5 38
DS2438 T CURR5 39
DS18B20 T TEMP1 40
DS18B20 T TEMP2 41
DS18B20 T TEMP3 42
DS18B20 T TEMP4 43
DS18B20 T TEMP5 44
RS485 TX 18 PD3 A+
RS485 RX 19 PD2 B-
RS485 EN 8 PH5
1 wire 1W 9 PH6 1W
DIP switch DS1 57 PF3 1
DIP switch DS2 56 PF2 2
DIP switch DS3 55 PF1 3
DIP switch DS4 54 PF0 4

SEDtronic.cz 
Ing. Pavel Sedláček 
 
Jana Koziny 1628/31 
Teplice 415 01 
 
Czech Republic

   
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