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MCR02/05
Ethernet Based Contactless Card R/W Terminals
Features
ISO14443 & Mifare Support
Ethernet 10BaseT Full Duplex
Integrated TCP/IP Stack
TCP/IP Client-Server Connection Support
Integrated DNS Client
DHCP or Static Operation
UDP, TCP,ARP,ICMP(ping) Support
TCP/IP Server or Client Mode Operation
Easy Configuration over a Network ( LAN )
RS232/ RS485 / USB Communication Options
-40 °C … +70 °C Industrial Operation
Globally Unique MAC
2xRelay Output
4xDigital Input for peripherals i.e gates, turnstiles etc.
Offline Operation Mode*
TFTP & FTP Support*
RTC with Battery Backup & NTP Server Support*
Remote Firmware Update over Network*
*Selected Models Only
Electrical Specifications
Parameter
Operation Voltage
Power Consumption
Operation Temp.
CPU
External Memory
CPU RAM
Led Indicators
Global Unique MAC ID
Ethernet
IO / Relays
RS485
RS232 / USB
RTC with Backup Battery
Min.
7.5 V
1.6 W
-20 Co
Nominal
Max.
12 V
2.4 W
~
ARM Cortex CPU
128 Byte EEPROM & 1Mbyte Flash Memory*
8 KB SRAM
2xLED Onboard
Yes
10BaseT, IP, PING, DHCP, UDP, TCP, ARP
2xRelay; 4xInput
Yes* (RS232)
Yes
Yes
35 V
3W
+85 Co
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Mechanical View & Dimensions
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Operating Modes & Setup
Server & Client Protocols
MCR02 Ethernet Terminals can be used in either Client or Server. In client mode the terminal connect to a remote server that
it listening a TCP/UDP port. Server may accept multiple connections.
MCR02 Terminals can be used as Server. The terminal listens own port and can accept a connection request from outside. In
this case terminal’s IP number is to be static.
It depends on the application whether the terminal is in Client or Server mode.
TCP/IP Client Mode Operation
When the terminal is set to operate in client mode it tries to connect a remote server ip & port set in configuration.
TCP/IP Server Mode Operation
When the terminal is set to operate in server mode it listens own TCP port to accept outcoming request from other clients.
Terminal Setup & Settings
The terminal can be configured on a network ( LAN ). To start setup terminal must be in a network that supports DHCP. The
terminal needs to acquire an ip from a DHCP server on your network.
Configuration is made through and UDP protocol so it advisable to use a firewall free network. Most of the firewalls filter
UDP.
For the first time setup you can use miFinder software. miFinder can discover all terminals on your network. After MCR02 is
up i.e ( after gained an IP from your network ) you can use miFinder. It is also advisable to turn off any firewall & antivirus
software before running miFinder. As stated before, firewalls on PC may prevent to discover the network.
miFinder Configuration Software
Using miFinder you can set various parameters related to terminals. Some parameters are specific to each terminal and some
parameters are global to all terminals. After all setup, your device is listed or discovered as given below.
If your terminal is not discovered, press Discover button again.
Figure 2 - miFinder Main Screen
In main window of miFinder you can the following parameters (see Figure-2 & Figure-3)
Restart or Reset all terminals connected to network.
Setting DHCP parameter of all terminals connected to network.
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Setting the baudrate of RS232 / RS485 / USB port.
Setting the Real Time Clock of all terminals connected to network.
Setting the Client mode type: Web or Normal Socket Client of all terminals connected to network.
Setting the remote parameters or firmware update of all terminals connected to network.
Setting the remote NTP server parameters of all terminals connected to network. NTP server can be used to set
automatically if the device can access internet (www).
Enter to update mode to check firmware update of all terminals connected to network.
Enter Update Mode
of All Terminals
Restart Terminals
On Network
Set DHCP Mode of
All Terminals
Set Baud of Serial
Port
Set RTC of All
Terminals
Set Client Mode of
All Terminals
Set Update
Parameters of All
Terminals
Set NTP Server for
RTC of All Terminals
Figure-3 miFinder main window view
To enter a detailed setup of a particular terminal select a device from the list and double click to see a particular terminal
setting window in miFinder. This window gives you a detailed setup of each terminal. Please note that these settings are
specific to each terminal. Below given a snapshot of detailed settings window of miFinder.
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Figure-4 miFinder Terminal Setting Window
This setting window gives you to:
Set the terminal IP static or dynamic
Set protocol type of operation of the terminal: UDP or TCP
Set UDP remote ip & port
Set TCP operation mode: Client or Server
Set TCP remote ip and server port
Set remote request file with GET in Webclient mode
Set / Clear Relays to test
Give a alias name to terminal ( i.e MCR_Gate1 etc. )
Set & View LCD Screen Texts ( App. Specific section )
Set RTC syncronized with PC clock.
Reset to factory default configuration of selected terminal.
View Firmware version of the terminal.
To enter boot mode. Please do not use unless required, otherwise the device erases its memory and enters
bootloader mode.
Automatic IP (DHCP) Mode
In miFinder’s main screen, in Set DHCP Mode section, select ON and press Set DHCP Mode button. Then all terminals restart
and try to access a DHCP server to get an IP address from your network. Please note that your network must have a DHCP
enabled management device.
Figure-5 DHCP Mode Setting
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