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IVAS Sensor Device (Ethernet)
Part No 0273600075
Operating Instructions
Version 0.1

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  • Page 1 IVAS Sensor Device (Ethernet) Part No 0273600075 Operating Instructions Version 0.1...
  • Page 2 This preliminary operating instructions present the status of the specifications. It will be confirmed when validation has been completed with positive results. Product part number: 0273600075...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents 1 Scope of delivery 2 General product description 2.1 Main functions and properties of the product 2.2 Intended use and environment 2.2.1 Installation situation 2.2.2 Security measures 2.2.3 Operating conditions 2.3 Key features 3 Safety and warning notes 4 Technical description 4.1 Working principle 4.2 Embedded software...
  • Page 4 Figure 3: Main dimensions of the device Figure 4: Pin configuration IVAS-ETH referring to DIN EN 61076-2-109 Figure 5: Installation Figure 6: Exemplary IVAS stand-alone setup with three IVAS devices connected to a laptop through a PoE-Switch Figure 7: Login page Figure 8: Configuration page...
  • Page 5: Scope Of Delivery

    2.1 Main functions and properties of the product The Intelligent Vibration Analysis Sensor (IVAS) is a compact and robust sensor device equipped with two MEMS acceler- ation sensors – for high bandwidth and high-resolution vibration measurements. Furthermore, it integrates seamlessly into existing communication infrastructure and offers the possibility to implement use case specifi c algorithms on the sensor device.
  • Page 6: Intended Use And Environment

    Figure 4: Pin configuration IVAS-ETH referring to DIN EN 61076-2-109 2.2 Intended use and environment The IVAS-ETH is CE marked and is in conformity with the essential requirements of 2014/30/EU (EMC Directive) for the intended use conditions, environments, and installation conditions described in the following: Note: Use of IVAS-ETH for control of machinery under the aspect of functional safety is not authorized and voids the validity of the Declaration of Conformity (DoC).
  • Page 7: Installation Situation

    No calibration of the IVAS-ETH is applied at production, and therefore, no absolute accuracy can be specified. IVAS-ETH shall enable the customer to investigate and to detect relative changes in the vibration of the machine to which IVAS-ETH is physi- cally mounted.
  • Page 8: Security Measures

    The IVAS-ETH supports the TCP/IP protocol. To enable the transmission of measurement data to a certain network host, this host has to initialize a TCP connection to IVAS on the command port (indicated in the periodic UDP messages). As long as this connection is alive, IVAS sends data to the originating host on the respective sensor ports (see chapter 5 for details).
  • Page 9: Safety And Warning Notes

     Painting or coating that covers the marking of the housing is prohibited. Fixing or mounting of the IVAS Sensor module may at no time affect the safe use of the tagged asset. In particular, the follow- ing places are not suitable for mounting the IVAS Sensor module.
  • Page 10: Embedded Software

    The bootloader per default starts the streaming application after power-up. Initially, when DHCP is enabled, the IVAS node will try to obtain an IP configuration from a DHCP server. If this is not success- ful after 8 seconds, the static configuration is applied.
  • Page 11: Ping Messages & Autostreaming

    To enable the transmission of measurement data to a certain network host, this host has to initialize a TCP connection to IVAS on the command port (indicated in the periodic UDP messages). As long as this connection is alive, IVAS sends data to the originating host on the respective sensor ports.
  • Page 12: Configuration & Firmware Update

    5.1 Configuration & firmware update The purpose of the bootloader are configuration and firmware updates of the IVAS device. To this end, the bootloader provides a simple web server, which can be accessed with standard web browsers. Note: Currently, only with Firefox all functions are known to work correctly.
  • Page 13: Network Configuration

    5.1.2.2 Network configuration  Use DHCP: When enabled, IVAS will try to obtain an IP address from a DHCP server. If this fails, IVAS falls back to the static network configuration after 8 seconds. Enabled by default.  Current IP: Shows the current IP of the IVAS device and the static configuration. The text input allows modifying the static configuration.
  • Page 14: Firmware Update

    On the firmware upload page (see figure 9), a file can be specified for upload. After pressing the “Upload” button, the upload process will start in the background. This process, as well as the file verification on the IVAS device (CRC) may take some time and should not be interrupted.
  • Page 15: Extended Configuration

    The fixation of the IVAS module should be made in a way that both marked sides are always visible, in order to ensure the correct measurement of vibration.
  • Page 16: Connecting The Module

    Assembly surface: DIMENSION VALUE Assembly screw ISO 4762 - M6 x 45 - 10.9 Screwing torque 9 +-1 Nm High frequency axis X-axis Table 9: Assembly surface 6.2 Connecting the module 6.2.1 Electrical connection Connector M12: Pole: X-coded 8 poles M12 connector IEC 61076-2-109, According to IEEE 802.3...
  • Page 17: Handling

    The IVAS-ETH does not contain any battery. Non EU countries: Do not dispose of the device into household or industrial waste! The IVAS-ETH shall be sorted for environ- mental-friendly recycling according to applicable regulation.
  • Page 18: Regulatory Information

    9.2 Target markets EU: The IVAS-ETH is CE marked and authorized for operation and sales to end users in the European Union (the target market). China: The IVAS-ETH does not require certification for sales and operation in China (Source: TÜV Rheinland Apr.2019, no radio product, no product under CCC list).
  • Page 19 * 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. * 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
  • Page 20 * CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING * IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY * OF SUCH DAMAGE. * This file is part of the lwIP TCP/IP stack. * Author: Adam Dunkels <adam@sics.se>...
  • Page 21 Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions GmbH Ludwig-Erhard-Straße 2 Postfach 1342 72760 Reutlingen 72703 Reutlingen Germany Germany support@bosch-connectivity.com www.bosch-connectivity.com...

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