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Installation instructions

E+L JavaCanmon

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PC 0001-0009M_Z.

Introduction ...................................................................................................................................2

Installation .....................................................................................................................................5
2.1

Complete Installation with CD ................................................................................................5

2.2

Programm Update over the Internet.......................................................................................6

2.3

Java Runtime installation .......................................................................................................9

2.4

JavaCanmon installation ..................................................................................................... 12

2.5

Can interfaces ..................................................................................................................... 15

2.5.1

Peak................................................................................................................................. 16

2.5.1.1

Peak LPT Can Dongle DI 9010.................................................................................... 17

2.5.1.2

Peak USB Can Dongle DI 9030................................................................................... 21

2.5.2

Vector............................................................................................................................... 22

2.5.2.1

Can-AC2 PCI ............................................................................................................... 22

2.5.2.2

CanCardX .................................................................................................................... 24

2.5.2.3

Vector Can Library ....................................................................................................... 24

2.5.3
2.5.3.1
2.5.4

Sohard ............................................................................................................................. 25
Arcnet interface ............................................................................................................ 25
E+L interfaces.................................................................................................................. 29

2.5.4.1

DI 3000 CAN-serial converter ...................................................................................... 29

2.5.4.2

USB Dongle ZC 4062................................................................................................... 30

2.5.4.3

USB Serial ZC 4063..................................................................................................... 37

2.5.4.4

Ethernet DI G000, DM 4000, DO 81 ............................................................................ 44

2.5.4.4.1

Ethernet connection..........................................................................................................44

2.5.4.4.2

USB connection ................................................................................................................45

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Introduction
To configure E+L DCS devices, a DOS program named Canmon was developed
8 years ago. With this program the E+L DCS devices were accessed using a freely
selectable CAN interface.
This made it possible to activate various services for modifying the devices settings or for
trouble shooting. Operating systems and computer hardware have progressed
immensely in the past years and older DOS programs can no longer be used sensibly.
DOS Canmon therefore had to be ported to Windows.
The decision was made to use the Java programming language for the new user
interface in order to be independent of hardware or operating system. Java programs run
on almost any hardware with any operating system.
The only problem with a Java program is accessing the hardware interfaces, for instance
CAN cards.
To solve this problem the Canmom application was split into two parts. All hardware
access is performed with a C++ program and all visualisation components are realised
with a Java program.
The communication between the programs is done over the TCP/IP protocol. This
protocol can be used with different interfaces. For example over the Ethernet, wireless
LAN, a serial connection over a COM port or by an internal memory connection (local
loop), when both programs are running on the same PC.

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Overview:

JavaCanmon:
The Java user interface program is named JavaCanmon. The current software version is
called PC 0001-0009U_ZC.
The program requires a PC with a speed of at least 400 mHz and a memory of at least
128 MByte, or even better 256 MByte or more.
The program runs on a PC with the operating systems Win98, Windows Me,
Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Linux.

CanServer:
The C++ part, which accesses the CAN hardware, is called CanServer. It is a TCP/IP
server and responds to TCP/IP commands on port 2234. The current software version is
called PC 0001-0008U_ZA.
The CanServer supports up to 10 different CAN interfaces simultaneously. Several
JavaCanmons can be connected simultaneously. The CanServer regulates the access to
the CAN networks.
The CanServer runs only with Windows, with the operating systems Win98, Windows Me,
Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Vista.
CanServer was also ported for Linux. It runs on the DO 81 camera computer as part of
the camera application OL 81 and on the Ethernet interface DI G000/DM 4000 as an
independent application.
With Java+Server both programs are started together. The CanServer is accessed
through local loop (127.0.0.1) by JavaCanmon.

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Installation
There are several possibilities for installing JavaCanmon. The simplest approach is to
use the installation CD. If the CD is not available, Java Runtime, JavaCanmon and
possibly additional device drivers must be installed by hand.

2.1 Complete Installation with CD


After inserting the CD, the installation program is automatically started.

First the [CAN interface] must be selected with which the PC can access a CAN
network. Please click on the multiselect box with the mouse and select the desired
interface.
Important: The CAN interface needs to be plugged into the PC while the drivers
are configured.
Then press the [JavaCanmon] button and the installation begins. All programs are
copied to the PC, the program calls are entered in the system menu and the program
information is saved in the registry.
A check is made afterwards if the correct Java Runtime version is installed. If this is not
the case, the Java Runtime installation is started automatically.
Depending on the selected interface (Peak, Vector Can-AC2 PCI, E+L USB or COM),
additional device drivers are installed.

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For USB interfaces, own device drivers are required. Windows will request the drivers as
soon as the USB interface is connected. All drivers are found in the directory
C:/el/JavaCanmon.
JavaCanmon is then ready for operation and can be started.
The ICON, Java+Server appears on the desktop.

If you wish to have comfortable access to multilingual E+L device documentation from
JavaCanmon, this data (400 MByte) can be copied to the hard drive by pressing the
button [Copy Documentation].
All files are coped into the directory C:\el\JavaCanmon\pdf.

With [Check System] it can be analysed if the PC is suited to run JavaCanmon.

2.2 Programm Update over the Internet


The E+L JavaCanmon program is available for downloading from Erhardt+Leimer's
official website.
www.erhardt-leimer.com
First select country/language. Then switch from the E+L homepage to the page
Service JavaCamon.

Settings for FTP download :


User Name : JavaCanmon
Password: no password required

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In the complete version the entire program is installed. (With registry entries, system
menu entries.)
Unpack the file and run Install.exe or ELInstall.exe.

Install.exe

ELInstall.exe

installs only JavaCanmon


installs JavaCanmon plus driver (checks Java version)

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The ELInstall program is here:

[Install JavaCanmon]
Installs JavaCanmon and the driver for the selected CAN interface.
(Peak USB + LPT, E+L USB CAN + USB serial )

[Check Device Driver]


Checks whether drivers have been installed and installs the drivers anew if necessary.
Additionally the installed JavaVersion is checked. In case the version that is needed is
not installed on the computer, it needs to be downloaded from the E+L website.

[Check System Resource]


Checks the device hardware.

The update version contains only those files that have changed. This requires
JavaCanmon to already have been installed on the PC.
Unpack the file and run the update.exe. All files are coped to the directory
C:\el\JavaCanmon.

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2.3 Java Runtime installation


Important: In order for JavaCanmon to run on the PC, Java Runtime Environment
version 1.5.0_6 must be installed. The versions 1.6.X and higher are not
suitable.
If a newer Java Runtime version is installed, then Java Runtime 1.5.0_6
can be installed additionally. Java Runtime version 1.5.0_6 does not
need to be active. JavaCanmon automatically searches for the correct
version.

In order to determine whether Java Runtime 1.5.0_6 has already been installed, go to
Software in the control panel.

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You can find the current Java Runtime version information from a command window.
Windows Start Run cmd
A command windows appears. Enter: java -version

To install Java Runtime version 1.5.0_6, run the program


D:\Java\j2re_1_5_0_06-windows_i586.exe from the JavaCanmon CD.

The Java Runtime driver installation is then automatically carried out.

The Java Runtime Version 1.5.0_6 can also be procured from the official website of
Erhardt+Leimer: www.erhardt-leimer.com.

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In the JavaCanmon info window the current Java version is displayed.

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2.4 JavaCanmon installation


To install JavaCanmon, run the program D:\JavaCanmonInstall\install.exe from the
JavaCanmon CD.

After the installation, JavaCanmon appears in the program menu and two new icons
appear on the desktop.
Icon: Java+Server

The CanServer and the user interface program are started


simultaneously.

Important: If you wish to have access to the CAN network, Java+Server must be
started.
If a connection should be established to an external CanServer, then it is sufficient to just
start the user interface (JavaCanmon).

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In the system menu a JavaCanmon entry is created:

DO 2000 emulation:
A DO 2000 emulation with full function capabilities is started.
The following CAN interfaces are supported: CANAC2 card, Peak LPT DI 9010,
Peak USB DI 9030 and E+L USB dongle ZC 4062.

Java+Server:
JavaCanmon and Windows CanServer are started together.

JavaCanmon:
Only JavaCanmon is started. JavaCanmon can also be started more than once on the
PC. You can have several views of device data simultaneously.

TCP/IP CanServer:
Only Windows CanServer is started. External PCs can access connected devices over
the CAN interfaces.

Uninstall JavaCanmon:
JavaCanmon is uninstalled.

Visualisation:
JavaCanmon is now started with the CAN value list visualisation. All other operator
controls are hidden.

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The TCP/IP target address of the CanServer is passed as a call parameter.


cvl=127.0.0.1

-> Access to the local Windows CanServer

cvl=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

-> Access to other CanServers (D 81, DIG ...)

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2.5 Can interfaces


The CAN server supports numerous different CAN interfaces from various
manufacturers. E+L has also developed their own interfaces.
Here are some important interfaces for access to the CAN bus:

The newest E+L interface generation with Ethernet connection does not require any other
CAN hardware for access to E+L CAN devices. These E+L interfaces contain their own
CAN server. With the Ethernet connection, all device and process data can be read into
the CAN network.
The E+L ZC 4063 USB serial interface was developed for the E+L RK 4310 controller.
With this interface the controller is accessed directly. In addition to the device data of the
RK 4310 control, the data of the CAN devices that are connected to the controller via the
CAN bus can be also read.
Sole limitation:
No CAN process data (sensor values, controller status, ...) can be read.

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2.5.1 Peak
In the directory C:\el\JavaCanmon the Windows driver for the CAN interface from the firm
Peak is found.
The driver is named PCandrv.exe and must be run for installation.

After installation the corresponding CAN hardware must be configured. To do this, the
program CAN hardware, PCan2 is run in the control panel.

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Or for Windows XP in the control panel: other Control Panel Options.

2.5.1.1 Peak LPT Can Dongle DI 9010

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After the program CAN Hardware, PCan2 has been started, the following window
appears:

Now press the Add button. A small set-up window opens.

Select the hardware Peak Dongle-CAN SJA EPP from the list in this window. The
settings of printer port that is used must now be set as resources. In most cases it is the
IO address 378 and the interrupt 7. The settings can be checked with the Windows
device manager.

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IRQ activation of the LPT port:


The driver will only function if the IRQ is activated for the printer port. Activation is carried
out in the Windows device manager.

To start the device manager:


Right click on the icon My Computer on the desktop. A small window opens. Select
Properties in this window. The System Properties window is displayed.

To start the device manager, click on the corresponding button. The device manager
should open.

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In the device manager, select Ports (COM and LPT). Then click the right mouse button
and select Properties in the following window.
The properties windows appears.

Under the port settings activate the resource method Use any interrupt assigned to the
port. Afterwards close all windows with the OK button.

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2.5.1.2 Peak USB Can Dongle DI 9030

The USB CAN dongle is plugged into a free USB port. Windows automatically detects the
new hardware and requests a driver. This is found in the directory C:\el\JavaCanmon.
After installation the corresponding CAN hardware must be configured. To do this, the
program CAN hardware, PCan2 is run in the control panel.

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2.5.2 Vector
The company Vector Informatik GmbH supplies various CAN interface components,
which can all be supported by JavaCanmon.

2.5.2.1 Can-AC2 PCI


The CAN-AC2 PCI card is a very powerful CAN card that is well suited for use with the
JavaCanmon.

To install this card, the file D:/Vector/CanAC2PciDriver/drvac2pci34_98me2000xp.zip


must be unpacked from the JavaCanmon installation CD to the hard drive.
The PC is then switched off and the card inserted in a free PCI slot. After starting the PC
up again, the new hardware should be recognised.

Press the Next button.

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Please press the Next button.

Select the checkbox Include this location in the search and enter the directory where
you have unpacked the CAN driver. The installation is completed by clicking on the
Next button.

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2.5.2.2 CanCardX
The CanCardX is a PCMCIA interface made by the Vector company. To install the
hardware driver the card in inserted into a free PCMCIA slot. The new hardware should
now be recognised. The matching driver can be found on the installation CD in the
directory d:\Vector\CANCardXDriver.

2.5.2.3 Vector Can Library


JavaCanmon makes use of a special library from Vector to communicate with the CAN
hardware. The driver canlib34.zip is on the installation CD in the directory
D:\Vector\canlib and must also be installed.
Unpack the file canlib34.zip and run the Install.exe program.

This CAN driver is very powerful. It supports simultaneous access of various application
programs on the same CAN hardware. JavaCanmon can be operated at the same time
with a different application run by the customer.

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2.5.3 Sohard
Many customer systems are networked over Arcnet. E+L offers a special Arcnet-CAN
gateway with which customers have access to E+L devices using a special protocol.
Normally only the CAN process data (sensor values, controller status, ...) are read out
and the controller operation realised. Using special commands, the Canmon functions
can also be activated.
The Sohard company offers a line of Arcnet interfaces that the CanServer can use to
access the E+L Arcnet gateway.

2.5.3.1 Arcnet interface


Here are the most important Arcnet interfaces:

The required Windows drivers are on the JavaCanmon installation CD in the directory
d:\Sohard.
As soon as the Arcnet hardware (PCMCIA card) is plugged into the PC, Windows asks
for the driver. The following window is displayed:

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No, not this time [Next].

Install from a list [Next].

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Enter directory [Next].

Driver was installed.

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Here is the entry in the device manager:

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2.5.4 E+L interfaces


Erhardt + Leimer GmbH offer their own interfaces for connection to a CAN network.
These are a CAN-serial converter called the DI 3000, the ZC 4062 USB interface, the ZC
4063 serial USB interface, the DI G000 and DM 4000 Ethernet interfaces and the DO 81
camera computer.

2.5.4.1 DI 3000 CAN-serial converter

The DI 3000 interface is available in two versions:


DI 3000 with service software: ZC 4013-0008U_Z
This software is optimally designed for running with the JavaCanmon. An own processor
carries out numerous JavaCanmon commands independently. This results in a significant
increase in performance. In many cases there is no noticeable difference compared with
the CAN card. Beyond that the software has been optimised for modem operation.

DI 3000 with host software: ZC 4013-0006U_Z


This software has been designed in particular for operation with a PLC or a host PC.
Operation with the JavaCanmon is only possible in a limited manner. All commands can
be executed, but the speed is not particularly high.

Serial cable:
The DI 3000 interface must be connected with a serial cable to a free COM interface. The
cable needs to feature a crossover between TxD and RxD and a GND connection.
RxD
TxD
GND

RxD
TxD
GND

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No own driver needs to be installed to use the interface.


In the CanServer config menu the E+L/DI 3000 interface must be activated. Additionally the
selected COM interface should be activated in the Active Com box. See Chapter
JavaCanmon Can Server, global settings.

2.5.4.2 USB Dongle ZC 4062


E+L has developed its own USB-CAN interface that is optimally suited for use with
JavaCanmon. This interface does not need to be placed at the end of the CAN network.

With a serial ribbon cable the devices can be bootloader software programmed and a fast
download can be carried through.
Bootload programming and fast download are special options that the normal user does
not need. Bootloader programming is carried out in the test bay.

Open the housing and plug the ribbon cable to the JST connector.
After the USB has been plugged, Windows requests the drivers. Two drivers have to be
installed.

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The following windows appear successively:

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The drivers are stored in the JavaCanmon directory under C:\el\JavaCanmon\ELUsbCan.

The first driver was installed successfully.

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Windows now requests the second driver. The installation procedure is the same as for
the first driver.

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The driver is also in the directory C:\el\JavaCanmon\ELUsbCan.

The driver is also in the directory C:\el\JavaCanmon\ELUsbCan.

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In the device manager both drivers are listed under USB Serial Converter A and USB
Serial Converter B.

Note:
Windows requires a separate installation of the drivers for each USB port. If a USB hub is
used, an installation is also necessary.

Note:
The driver installation can be significantly eased if the program DPInst.exe is started.
The E+L USB device has to be connected for the driver installation.
The program is located in the driver path /ELUsbCan.
The E+L installation programs invoke this program automatically during the JavaCanmon
installation.

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2.5.4.3 USB Serial ZC 4063

The E+L ZC 4063 USB serial interface was developed for the E+L RK 4310 controller.
With this interface the controller is accessed directly. In addition to the device data of the
RK 4310 control, the data of the CAN devices that are connected to the controller via the
CAN bus can be also read.
Program download and displaying scan data are also possible.
Sole limitation:
No CAN process data (sensor values, controller status, ...) can be read.
The USB serial interface is plugged to the bootloader connector (JST). The data
communication runs over a serial connection with 56000 KBit.

The following windows appear successively:

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The drivers are stored in the JavaCanmon directory under C:\el\JavaCanmon\ELUsbCan.

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The first driver was installed successfully.

Windows now requests the second driver. The installation procedure is the same as for
the first driver.

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The driver can also be found in the JavaCanmon directory under


C:\el\JavaCanmon\ELUsbCan.

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The second driver was also installed successfully. The hardware can now be used.

In the device manager both drivers are listed under USB Serial Converter A and
USB Serial Converter B.
For the USB Serial Converter B driver the virtual COM port (VCP) must now be activated
in the driver properties.
Right click on the USB Serial Converter B driver and select Properties.

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Advanced [x] Load VCP [Ok]


In the device manager a virtual serial interface is now listed.
JavaCanmon automatically finds this interface.

Note:
If the advanced menu for activation of the virtual COM port is missing for the USB Serial
Converter B driver, then the driver must be uninstalled (driver menu).
After unplugging and plugging the USB cable, the driver is installed again (see above).

Note:
The driver installation can be significantly eased if the program DPInst.exe is started.
The E+L USB device has to be connected for the driver installation.
The program is located in the driver path /ELUsbCan.
The E+L installation programs invoke this program automatically during the JavaCanmon
installation.

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2.5.4.4 Ethernet DI G000, DM 4000, DO 81


With the new E+L Ethernet interfaces, which are Linux-based, all CAN device data in the
CAN network can be accessed with a 100 MBit Ethernet or a 10 MBit USB interface. This
Ethernet interface contains a complete CanServer with all its functions.

DI G000

DM 4000

DO 81

2.5.4.4.1 Ethernet connection


The E+L Ethernet interface must be connected to the PC with a 100 MBit Ethernet cross
cable. The data exchange occurs with the TCP/IP protocol.
The TCP/IP addresses of the E+L Ethernet interface and the PC must be in the same
address space. The network masks must also agree.

Set-up forTCP/IP addresses of E+L Ethernet interfaces:

Serial console:
Using a terminal program, for instance hyperterminal, a serial connection is created to the
Ethernet interface. A telnet session runs in this window.
With the following commands the addresses can be set.
# ifconfig eth0 10.6.4.1 netmask 255.255.0.0

Important: To permanently save the address the config files tcpipadr, tcpipadr1,
usbadr in the directory /var/el/sys of the E+L device must be modified.

The program settcpip sets the addresses and also saves the values in the directory
var/el/sys.
# settcpip -A0 10.6.4.1
settcpip A0 xxx.xxx.xxx.xx

// Sets TCP/IP address from eth0

settcpip A1 xxx.xxx.xxx.xx

// Sets TCP/IP address from eth1

settcpip USB xxx.xxx.xxx.xx

// Sets TCP/IP address from usb0

settcpip ROUTE xxx.xxx.xxx.xx

// Sets route address

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CAN bus:
If a CanServer program is already running in the CAN network, the TCP/IP addresses of
the Ethernet interface can be set with JavaCanmon, a DO 20.../DO 81 control unit or a
set-up keyboard.

Read CAN network. A 7.9 PC0016 device should appear. The TCP/IP addresses
are listed In the parameter list.
Ethernet 0

: -> eth0 Address

-> Parameter 12 ... 15

Ethernet 1

: -> eth1 Address

-> Parameter 18 ... 23

USB/TCP/IP : -> usb Address

-> Parameter 24 ... 29

The values can now be set. Activation is carried out by triggering a service
function.

Service function #17 Set TCP/IP Addr.

DO 81:
The TCP/IP addresses of a DO 81 camera computer can be set directly on the camera
computer.

Call system menu: ENTER + UP button

Select E+L menu item/addresses: UP/DOWN buttons

Enter TCP/IP address: UP/DOWN + ENTER buttons

To activate the addresses, press the HELP button. Here the service function
Set TCP/IP Address can be activated.

Boot program:
If a DO 81 camera computer is connected, the ESC button can be pressed during the
boot phase. The boot program is then run. In the boot program the individual addresses
of the camera computer can be set, as described for DO 81.

2.5.4.4.2 USB connection


Using the integrated USB slave interface the TCP/IP protocol can be run with 10 MBit
over NDIS.
The USB interface is a quick and easy option for accessing CAN device data.

Driver installation:
After plugging in the USB cable, Windows asks to load a driver.
The following windows appear successively:

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The appropriate driver is in the JavaCanmon subdirectory \Ol81Usb.


The interface can then be used and data can be transferred at 10 MBit with the
TCP/IP protocol.
Here is some driver information. The driver is the standard NDIS driver from Microsoft.

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Important: This driver from Microsoft for Windows XP is defective. If transfer


errors occur, the Windows driver can shut the connection down.
This occurs frequently when the CCD scan is displayed.
Unfortunately there is no newer driver from Microsoft that solves this
problem.
Under Linux the NDIS driver works without any problems on the PC
side.

Display of the USB network interface under Windows:


A new LAN connection is created. This connection (IXP425 USB Remote NDIS) can be
found in the Windows network connections
overview

For Windows a TCP/IP address setting with DHCP is active as a default. The E+L
devices do not have a DHCP server. This means that after about 50 seconds a DHCP
timeout will occur with Windows and the interface sets itself to the default range
169.254.XXX.XXX.
The USB interface of the devices DO 81, DI G000 and DM 4000 have the default TCP/IP
address of 169.254.1.2. This means that the connection to the E+L device will be made
automatically after about 50 seconds without changing the TCP/IP addresses of the
interface.
If you wish to avoid this waiting time, you can switch the TCP/IP address allocation from
DHCP to a fixed address.
To do this, guide the mouse pointer over the interface and click on the right mouse
button. Select the menu item Properties in the pop-up menu.

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Select the element Internet protocol (TCP/IP) and press the button [Properties].

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Enter the address of the own PC in this window.

Important: Do not enter the address of the E+L device!

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