1 DOSISYS LDM LDM 220 Hands Free Reader User Manual A
3 Publication, translation and reproduction total or partial of this document is strictly forbidden without authorization MGP Instruments recommends that any work to be done while the instrument is powered should be done by qualified and authorized personnel A I
4 Table of updates Table of updates Rev Date Issued by Reason for modification Pages modified A 05 Mai 2003 J PEREZ Establishment of document Original issue AA August 11, 2003 S. LOPEZ Edit and Translation to English ALL II A
5 Table of contents LDM LDM 220 Table of contents 1. General Purpose Of this document Nomenclature Presentation of the LDM 210 LDM Description - Functionality Description of the LDM LDM 210 dosimeter reader Power supply Identification label Description of the LDM LDM 220 dosimeter reader Identification label in the face of the LDM Functionality Normal Operating Mode Test Mode CAG amplifier test Mode Autonomous test Mode Remote programming Mode The Digital Input/Output TOR Installation and start-up LDM 210 and LDM 220 Configuration Location of jumpers: Operating Modes (SS2 et SS3) REMOTE DOWNLADING AND PROGRAMING Mode TESTS Mode OPERATIONNAL Mode Installation of the USB driver for the LDM For WINDOWS For WINDOWS XP Use Operating significance of the lights Example of status indicators with DOSIMASS/ DOSIMED / DOSIFAST Reader usage DOSIMASS Software DOSIMED or DOSIFAST Software Other Software A III
6 Table of contents Reader in "TESTS" mode Troubleshooting Guide Preventive Maintenance Corrective Maintenance Spare parts, options Spare Parts for the LDM Spare Parts for the LDM Software Technical Characteristics Mechanical Characteristics of the LDM Mechanical Characteristics of the LDM Electrical Characteristics of the LDM Electrical Characteristics of the LDM LDM 210Serial Link LDM 220 USB link Environmental Conditions LDM 210 and LDM Input/output digital TOR LDM 210 and LDM Dosimeter link with LDM 210 and LDM Glossary...37 IV A
7 Table of figures LDM LDM 220 Table of figures Figure 1 : Presentation of the LDM 210 reader...2 Figure 2 : Presentation of the LDM 220 reader...2 Figure 3 : LDM 210 Assembly Description...4 Figure 4 : Description of the LDM 210 enclosure and PCB...5 Figure 5 : Description of the LDM 210 power pack...6 Figure 6 : LDM 210 Identification and presentation labels...6 Figure 7 : LDM 220 Assembly Description...7 Figure 8 : LDM 220 enclosure and PCB Description...8 Figure 9 : Identification and front face labels for the LDM Figure 10 : LDM 210 and LDM 220 Block Diagram...9 Figure 11 : Location of jumpers for the configuration of the LDM Figure 12 : Location of jumpers for the configuration of the LDM Figure 13 : View of the reader LDM 210 LDM Figure 14 : Reader LDM 210 LDM A V
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9 1. General 1.1 Purpose Of this document This document provides all the information necessary for the use, configuration and maintenance of the hands free readers models LDM 210 and LDM Nomenclature Symbols " " and " " : These symbols are used for the descriptions and details: The symbol " " corresponds to the first level of detail. The symbol " " corresponds to the second level of detail. For legibility purpose these symbols are aligned vertically. 1.3 Presentation of the LDM 210 LDM 220 These hands free readers allow centralized dosimetry software (DOSIMASS, DOSIMED or DOSIFAST) to communicate with a DMC 2000 and SOR family dosimeter. The RS232 version dosimeter reader LDM 210 exists in two versions: RS232 version with power supply. RS232 version with power supply and optional battery A.
10 Figure 1 : Presentation of the LDM 210 reader Figure 2 : Presentation of the LDM 220 reader A
11 2. Description - Functionality A.
12 2. Description of the LDM 210 The LDM 210 dosimeter reader is provided with: An RS232 cable, A power supply suitable for use in Europe and U.S. Cable RS232 Power supply Interchangeable plug LDM 210 Figure 3 : LDM 210 Assembly Description LDM 210 dosimeter reader The plastic enclosure contains: The UC (3) reader board. It includes: A signal processor (MN1) type DSP, An antenna that allows communication with the dosimeter within a nominal range of 20 to 30 cm. The antenna is attached to the printed circuit board, An automatic gain control provided by a programmable amplifier (NA1), A power connector JACK (J8), A female DB-9 connector (J6) for the RS232 serial connection, A 14 pin male connector (J15) for the analog inputs and outputs, A 14 pin male connector (J16) for the reader configuration mode, Three bicolor diodes green and red for "Power", "Access" and "Status" (CR2, CR3 and CR4), An enclosure with a battery compartment soldered to the PCB for the reader with the battery option. Three transparent lenses (2) for LED protection. A label (1) attached to the enclosure front panel. An identification label (4) indicating the model and serial number of the readers as well as the power supply polarity A
13 CR3 J16 CR4 MN1 J6 J15 J8 CR2 NA1 Battery carrier Antenna Figure 4 : Description of the LDM 210 enclosure and PCB Power supply The power supply provided is a 9 VDC output wall transformer for the LDM 210. It is connected to JACK J8. To interchangeable adapters allow the use of the power pack in places with the European or American standard. For other countries, consult MGP Instruments A.
14 Figure 5 : Description of the LDM 210 power pack Identification label Figure 6 : LDM 210 Identification and presentation labels 2.2 Description of the LDM 220 The LDM 220 dosimeter reader assembly consists of: A
15 A plastic enclosure, A USB cable. Figure 7 : LDM 220 Assembly Description LDM 220 dosimeter reader The plastic enclosure contains: The reader PCB UC (1). It includes: A signal processor (MN1) type DSP, An Antenna (ANT1) located behind the UC (1) card that allows communication with the dosimeter within a nominal range of 20 to 30 cm. The antenna is attached to the printed circuit board, An automatic gain control provided by a programmable amplifier (NA1), A 5 pin male Connector (J1) for the connection to the USB cable, A 14 pin male connector (J15) for the analog inputs and outputs, A 14 pin male connector (J16) for the reader configuration mode, Three bicolor diodes green and red for "Power", "Access" and "Status" (CR2, CR3 and CR4), A label (2) glued to the enclosure front panel. An identification label indicating the model and serial number of the Reader A.
16 Figure 8 : LDM 220 enclosure and PCB Description 2 MN1 1 CR3 J16 CR4 J15 CR2 Antenna Identification label in the face of the LDM 220 J1 NA1 (Underside View) Figure 9 : Identification and front face labels for the LDM A
17 2.3 Functionality Hands free link with the dosimeter Antenna Reception link Emission link Processor RS232 or USB Interface LED s IN DIs PC link OUT DOs Batteries Ext. Power USB power Power Figure 10 : LDM 210 and LDM 220 Block Diagram The following operating modes are defined by the position of jumpers in the J16 connector (see 3.1, page 12). Normal Operating Model Test Mode CAG Amplifier test Mode Autonomous Mode Remote programming Mode A.
18 2.3.1 Normal Operating Mode Retries This is the normal operating mode of the reader. In this mode, the reader functions as a slave of the PC. It receives commands from the PC and executes them. By default, the reader resends messages 10 times if the dosimeter fails to respond. It is possible to disable the retries by relocating jumper SS Reduced range By default, the reader has a normal range of approximately 20 cm It is possible to reduce the range by relocating jumpers SS5 and SS Test Mode. It is a mode designed to verify proper functioning of the reader. It performs the following functions: 1. Energize the three bi-color LED s 2. Read the digital inputs DIO1 to DIO4, and set the inverse on outputs STOR 1 to STOR4 3. Send the software version and revision as the first message sent to the PC 4. Test the hands free reception 5. Measure the battery voltage and transmit the voltage value to the PC for the LDM 210 reader RS232 version CAG amplifier test Mode It is a mode designed to verify the proper functioning of the programmable gain amplifier used by the automatic gain control system Autonomous test Mode In this mode the reader continuously polls any dosimeter within range and send the data to the PC A
19 2.3.5 Remote programming Mode In this mode it is possible to download a new version of the software to the reader over the RS-232 link for the LDM-210 model or via the USB port for the LDM-220 model. This new version is stored in the flash memory of the reader DSP chip. It is necessary to use a remote access software specific to the reader (contact MGP Instruments for details) The Digital Input/Output TOR These input/outputs are accessible on the HE10 male 2x7 pin 2,54 mm (0.1 0 spacing connector. 4 inputs and 4 outputs are manages by the reader. They are protected against electrostatic discharge by protection diodes. Inactive status (no exterior cable) of the inputs is a high level 3,3 V (pull up). Active status is low-level 0 V. Inactive status (by default) of the outputs is low 0 V. Active output status is high-level 3,3 V A.
20 3. Installation and start-up The installation and start-up of the reader consists in sequence: Install the software on the PC. Connect power to the reader (LDM 210 only). Connect the reader to the PC. Note : The LDM 210 can be equipped with an optional 2 alkaline AAA1.5 V batteries for operation without an external power supply 3.1 LDM 210 and LDM 220 Configuration Location of jumpers: Jumper DESIGNATION SS1 * Remote access 1 SS2 * Operating Mode SS3 * Operating Mode SS4 Retries SS5 Reduced range SS6 * Remote access 2 SS7 RESET SS8 Reduced range 2 * Read and effective after Reset (loss of power) or after locating jumper SS A
21 J16 SS1 SS2 SS3 SS4 SS5 SS6 SS7 Figure 11 : Location of jumpers for the configuration of the LDM 210 SS8 SS1 SS2 SS3 SS4 SS5 SS6 SS7 J16 Figure 12 : Location of jumpers for the configuration of the LDM A.
22 3.1.2 Operating Modes (SS2 et SS3) These two jumpers are used to configure the reader in the four possible operating modes: SS2 SS3 Operating Mode Installed Installed Normal Mode Installed Removed CAG programmable amplifier test Mode Removed Installed Various Tests Mode Removed Removed Autonomous test Mode REMOTE DOWNLADING AND PROGRAMING Mode SS1 J16 SS6 Contact J15, 1-2 To enter this remote programming mode the jumpers should be positioned: Jumper SS1 (J16), Jumper SS6 (J16), One jumper over the contacts 1 and 2 of J15. Use to download software to a remote PC. To exit this programming mode you should install : - jumper SS1, -jumper SS6, -jumper over contacts 1 and 2 of J A
23 3.1.4 TESTS Mode The operating mode of the reader is chosen at start-up. The test modes are usable if the reader is not in the remote downloading mode. The mode can be used with the "HyperTerminal" communication tool from Windows «Various Tests» The «various tests» mode is obtained when jumper SS2 is installed and SS3 is not installed. SS2 J Test «CAG programmable amplifier» The «CAG programmable amplifier» test mode is obtained when jumper SS2 is not installed and SS3 is installed. J16 SS «autonomous» Test The «autonomous» test mode is obtained when jumper SS2 and SS3 are installed. SS2 SS3 J A.
24 3.1.5 OPERATIONNAL Mode LDM 210 LDM 220 SS8 J16 J16 SS4 SS5 SS4 SS5 The operational mode is obtained when jumpers SS2 and SS3 are not installed and the remote programming mode is not selected. In this mode the green power LED is lit after power is applied. It is possible then: Authorize reader retries if SS4 is not installed, Forbid them if SS4 is installed. Similarly the readers can be configured in: Normal range if SS5 and SS8 are not installed, Reduced range if SS5 and SS8 are installed. 3.2 Installation of the USB driver for the LDM 220 Note: Certain software applications like Dosimass, Dosimed and Dosifast automatically install the specific USB driver required by the LDM 220 reader. Upon installation you will be presented with the following message or similar: A
25 3.2.1 For WINDOWS 2000 To verify proper installation of the driver on WINDOWS 2000: Connect the LDM 220 reader to the USB port after installing the driver. From WINDOWS, select the My Computer icon and right click. Select "Properties", Select Hardware then "Device Manager". Open the list of Ports (COM and LPT) and verify the presence of the "COM device" port: "Cypress USB-HID -> COM Device (COM) Note : Disconnect the LDM 220, the Port COM Device disappears. Reconnect the LDM 220, the Port COM Device reappears. If the installation of the USB driver was not successful: Uninstall the old driver. Reinstall the driver starting from the file "HidComInst.exe" found in the installation CD-ROM For WINDOWS XP Verify the installation of the USB driver To verify proper installation of the driver on WINDOWS XP: Connect the LDM 220 reader to the USB port after installing the driver. From WINDOWS, select the My Computer icon and right click. Select "Properties", Select Hardware then "Device Manager". Open the list of Ports (COM and LPT) and verify the presence of the "COM device" port: "Cypress USB-HID -> COM Device (COM) ": Note : Disconnect the LDM 220 and the Port COM Device disappears. Reconnect the LDM 220 and the Port COM Device reappears. If the USB driver installation is not successful: Reinstall the driver starting from the file "HidComInst.exe" found in the installation CD-ROM. See following paragraph A.
26 In case of installation failure of the USB driver The USB driver USB for the LDM 220 has not been numerically assigned by WINDOWS XP. In certain cases, after the first connection to the LDM 220, WINDOWS XP installs automatically the driver "user interface hardware (HID)". This peripheral does not manage the LDM 220. When the "user interface hardware (HID)" is installed, manually install the LDM 220 driver: From WINDOWS, select the My Computer icon and right click. Select "Properties", Select Hardware then "Device Manager". Open the list of Ports (COM and LPT) and verify the presence of the "COM device" port. Right click on the USB interface Select "Update " Choose "Install from a specified location" and click on "Continue". Choose "Find the best option at this location", choose "Include this location in the search", click on "Continue and select the directory containing the "Ccport.sys" driver. Click on "OK". Choose "Do not search. I will choose the driver to be installed "Continue". Select "Cypress USB-HID -> COM device" then click "Continue". On the device screen with WINDOWS XP compatibility, click "Continue". Click on "End" A
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28 4. Use Keep the reader away from sources of electromagnetic fields (video terminals, power supplies, PC, rotary machines, etc.) Keep readers away from each other to prevent them from interfering with one another (in case this is not possible, adjust the range of the readers accordingly) Keep readers at least 5 cm (2 ) from metallic surfaces. The reader has no stand-alone function; it must be used connected to a PC using software provided by MGP Instruments. A series of three bi-color LED s inform users about the status of exchange sequences with the dosimeter. 1 Verify Go/Stop and Hands Free Operation (POWER) 2 Status Management (READY/BUSY) 3 - Indication of passage (ACCESS/NO ACCESS) Figure 13 : View of the reader LDM 210 LDM A
29 4.1 Operating significance of the lights DESIGNATION VIEW STATUS POWER STATUS ACCESS OFF Lit Green Lit Red Reader power is OFF or sending a message to the dosimeter. Power OK flashes briefly while receiving a message from the dosimeter Depends on the logic of the software 4.2 Example of status indicators with DOSIMASS/ DOSIMED / DOSIFAST POWER STATUS ACCESS DESIGNATION Blinking Red Red ON Green Red Blinking Red Red ON Red Green Searching for a dosimeter Wait (between two searches) Dosimeter found, operation in progress Access authorized, operation complete A.
30 4.3 Reader usage The reader can be associated with a variety of software applications each with its own system architecture. Ethernet Network Réseaux Ethernet Extension PC with Dosimass or Dosimed USB ReaderLDM 220 Serial Reader LDM 210 PC with LDM Manager Figure 14 : Reader LDM 210 LDM DOSIMASS Software This is a user utility. It provides access to: All operational and configuration parameters stored in the dosimeter memory for both read and write functions. Reading histograms DOSIMED or DOSIFAST Software This is an automatic management Software used for individual dosimetry. It has been specifically adapted for small installations Other Software MGP Instruments has developed utilities to help software developers for specific clients. Contact MGP Instruments for further details A
31 4.3.4 Reader in "TESTS" mode This mode can be used with any communication program like Windows "HyperTerminal" Select "HyperTerminal" in the Windows accessories. The following screen will appear, enter a name and choose an icon. Validate by pressing OK. In the following screen fill the required fields with your data Select a port to connect (COM1 for example) Configure the selected port (COM1 for example) and in the field Flux Control, Select None. Validate by pressing OK A.
32 The connection is established. Example of communication with a dosimeter: Software Version Response of dosimètre N Polling for response A
33 4.4 Troubleshooting Guide Symptoms Analysis Remedy The green POWER LED does not lit after applying power. No communication with the PC No data exchange with the dosimeter. Defective ort One of the LED s does not light Digital Input/output Problem Verify proper configuration of the jumpers. Continue use. On the LDM 210, verify the power supply polarity on the connector JACK. On the LDM 210, check the power supply voltage (7-9 VDC) For a battery operated unit: - Check the status of the V batteries. Verify that the reader is powered. Verify good connection with the RS232 or USB cable. Verify the proper configuration of the PC port. Eliminate all sources of electromagnetic emissions. Verify that the reader is powered. Verify communication with the PC Configure the reader in "VARIOUS TESTS mode ", see , page 15. Verify that the LED s are lit. Configure the reader in "VARIOUS TESTS mode ", see , page 15. Verify that the status of the TOR output corresponds to the inverse of the status of the input. DIO1=0 -> STOR1=1 See 3.1, page 12 Correct the polarity. Start the "VARIOUS TESTS" mode. If the fault persists, return the reader to MGP Instruments. Replace batteries with new ones with the same characteristics, see 8.3, page 33. Start the "VARIOUS TESTS" mode.. See , page 15. Configure the port. If the fault persists, return the reader to MGP Instruments. Start the self diagnostic and configure the reader in "Autonomous Mode", see , page 15 and execute procedure page 23 If the fault persists, return the reader to MGP Instruments. Start the self diagnostic and configure the reader in "Autonomous Mode", see , page 15 and execute procedure page 23. Verify the position of port jumpers; see , page 10. If the fault persists, return the reader to MGP Instruments. If the fault persists, return the reader to MGP Instruments.. If the fault persists, return the reader to MGP Instruments A.
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35 5. Preventive Maintenance Not applicable A.
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39 Error! Style not defined. LDM LDM Spare parts, options 7.1 Spare Parts for the LDM 210 Description MGP Instruments Part number Reader Assembly (power supply. + RS232cable) READER Power pack V, 9 VDC Reader Assembly with batteries holder Reader with batteries holder RS232 cable BA 7.2 Spare Parts for the LDM 220 Description MGP Instruments Part Number USB Reader assembly + USB cable USB Cable Software Software application MGP Instruments P/N Software DOSIMASS Software DOSIMED Software DOSIFAST Software Development tools Contact MGP Instruments A 31
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41 Error! Style not defined. LDM LDM Technical Characteristics 8.1 Mechanical Characteristics of the LDM 210 Length: 110 mm Width 65 mm Depth 28 mm Weight: 110 grams PC to reader cable length: 1,80 m 8.2 Mechanical Characteristics of the LDM 220 Length: 70 mm Width 80 mm Depth 32 mm Masse 120 grams PC to reader cable length: 2,00 m 8.3 Electrical Characteristics of the LDM 210 Universal power supply Input: 90 to 265 V AC - 47 to 63 Hz Output 9 V DC Delivered with US and European adapters Consumption: 100 ma typical over the 9 V DC Option: Battery power, 2 batteries AAA 1,5 V Battery life 10 h typical CE marking A 33
42 Error! Style not defined. 8.4 Electrical Characteristics of the LDM 220 Powered by the USB port: 4,15 V to 5,25 V. Conforms to CE requirements 8.5 LDM 210Serial Link J6 female DB9. Pin number J6 Designation 1 Not used 2 TX 3 RX 4 Connected to pin 6 by the PCB 5 GND 6 Connected to pin 4 by the PCB 7 Connected to pin 8 by the PCB 8 Connected to pin 7 by the PCB 9 Not used 8.6 LDM 220 USB link J1 male 5 pins connector Pin number J1 Designation 1 Vbus (Red) 2 D- (white) 3 D+ (green) 4 GND (noir) Shell Shield 8.7 Environmental Conditions LDM 210 and LDM 220 Operating Temperature: 0 to +50 C Storage Temperature -10 C to +60 C Relative humidity: 90% (without condensation) A
43 Error! Style not defined. LDM LDM Input/output digital TOR LDM 210 and LDM 220 Connector J15 male HE10 2x7 pins. 4 inputs and 4 outputs are available on the J15 connector. Pin number J15 Designation 1 GND 2 INPUT TOR 3 3 INPUT TOR 1 4 OUTPUT TOR 1 5 INPUT TOR 2 6 OUTPUT TOR 2 7 INPUT TOR 4 8 OUTPUT TOR 3 9 3,3 V 10 OUTPUT TOR V 12 GND 13 5 V 14 GND +3,3 V 10 kω Connector pin 100 Ω I/O TOR over connector J15 SM05 INPUT levels DSP: VIH 2 V min. VIL 0,8 V max. Outputs DSP VOH 2,4 V min A 35
44 Error! Style not defined. VOL 0,4 V max. Output current IOH 4 ma max. Except STOR N 1 8 ma max. IOL -4 ma max. Except STOR N 1 8 ma max. 8.9 Dosimeter link with LDM 210 and LDM 220 Communication with dosimeters in hands free mode: Nominal port (SS5 et SS8 Installed): between 20 and 30 cm Reduced range port (SS5 and SS8 Removed): between 5 and 20 cm A
45 Error! Style not defined. LDM LDM Glossary AGC LED DSP DIO IOH IOL PC ROM RS 232 STOR VIH VIL VOH VOL Automatic Gain Control Light Emitting Diode Digital Signal Processor Digital Input Output Intensity Output High Intensity Output Low Personal Computer Read Only Memory Standard serial protocol Digital Output Voltage Input High Voltage Input Low Voltage Output High Voltage Output Low A 37
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