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Dell Edge Gateway 5000 Series

Installation and Operation Manual

Computer Model: Dell Edge Gateway 5000/5100 Regulatory Model: N01G/N02G Regulatory Type: N01G001/N02G001

Notes, cautions, and warnings NOTE: A NOTE indicates important information that helps you make better use of your product.

CAUTION: A CAUTION indicates either potential damage to hardware or loss of data and tells you how to avoid the problem.

WARNING: A WARNING indicates a potential for property damage, personal injury, or death.

2016-2019 Dell Inc. or its subsidiaries. All rights reserved. Dell, EMC, and other trademarks are trademarks of Dell Inc. or its subsidiaries. Other trademarks may be trademarks of their respective owners.

2019 - 02

Rev. A05

Contents

1 Overview......................................................................................................................... 6

2 System views.................................................................................................................. 7 SystemFront...................................................................................................................................................................7 SystemFront (LED indicators)........................................................................................................................................ 8 SystemBottom............................................................................................................................................................... 8

Serial port (RS232) connector mapping....................................................................................................................... 9 CANbus port connector mapping................................................................................................................................. 9 RS485 connector mapping......................................................................................................................................... 10 RS422/485 connector mapping..................................................................................................................................10

SystemBottom (DIP switches)......................................................................................................................................10 SystemTop..................................................................................................................................................................... 11

Intrusion-detection connector mapping....................................................................................................................... 11 HDMI connector mapping........................................................................................................................................... 12

SystemLeft................................................................................................................................................................... 13 24 V AC/DC power port..............................................................................................................................................13 19.5 V DC power adapter port..................................................................................................................................... 14

SystemRight................................................................................................................................................................. 15

3 Setting up your Dell Edge Gateway................................................................................16 Professional installation instructions.................................................................................................................................. 16 Instructions d'installation professionnelles......................................................................................................................... 17 Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement........................................................................................... 17 Industry Canada Statement.............................................................................................................................................. 18 Setting up the Edge Gateway........................................................................................................................................... 19

Powering on the Edge Gateway ................................................................................................................................. 19 Mounting the Edge Gateway on the wall....................................................................................................................22 Mounting the Edge Gateway on a DIN rail.................................................................................................................. 24 Inserting a micro-SIM card and activating your mobile broadband..............................................................................26

4 Setting up your operating system..................................................................................30 Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSB......................................................................................................................................30

Overview....................................................................................................................................................................30 Boot up and log in...................................................................................................................................................... 30 Restoring Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSB................................................................................................................30 Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSB basic functions....................................................................................................... 30 Common port mappings.............................................................................................................................................32

Snappy Ubuntu Core 15 and 16.........................................................................................................................................32 Overview....................................................................................................................................................................32 Boot up and log in...................................................................................................................................................... 33 Restoring Ubuntu Snappy...........................................................................................................................................33 Updating operating system and applications...............................................................................................................35

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Ubuntu Core OS basic functions................................................................................................................................ 36 UEFI capsule update...................................................................................................................................................37 Watchdog Timer.........................................................................................................................................................38 Security......................................................................................................................................................................38 Accessing Snappy Store/Snapweb.............................................................................................................................39 Cloud LED On/Off......................................................................................................................................................40 Serial Port ................................................................................................................................................................. 40 Minicom...................................................................................................................................................................... 41 Expansion IO Module .................................................................................................................................................42 Zigbee........................................................................................................................................................................ 42 Controller Area Network.............................................................................................................................................42 Network Manager Ubuntu Core 15......................................................................................................................... 43 Network Manager Ubuntu Core 16..........................................................................................................................44 Flashing the BIOS.......................................................................................................................................................45

Wind River Linux.............................................................................................................................................................. 46 Overview....................................................................................................................................................................46 Boot up and login....................................................................................................................................................... 46 Restoring Wind River Linux.........................................................................................................................................47 Wind River Linux Basic Functions...............................................................................................................................48

5 System specifications................................................................................................... 62 Component types.............................................................................................................................................................62 Operating systems........................................................................................................................................................... 62 Processor.........................................................................................................................................................................62 Memory............................................................................................................................................................................63 Drives and removable storage.......................................................................................................................................... 63 CommunicationsWLAN antenna...................................................................................................................................63 CommunicationsWWAN antenna................................................................................................................................. 65 Graphics/video controller.................................................................................................................................................69 External ports and connectors......................................................................................................................................... 69 Dimensions and weight.....................................................................................................................................................70

Product dimensions and weight..................................................................................................................................70 Packaging dimensions and weight...............................................................................................................................71 Mounting dimensions.................................................................................................................................................. 71

Environmental and operating conditions............................................................................................................................71 Environmental conditionsSystem............................................................................................................................ 71 Environmental conditionsIO module........................................................................................................................72 Environmental conditions - Power module..................................................................................................................73 Environmental conditions - Enclosure......................................................................................................................... 74 Operating conditions...................................................................................................................................................74

Power...............................................................................................................................................................................75 Power adapter (optional)............................................................................................................................................75 GPIOs voltage levels...................................................................................................................................................75 3.0 V CMOS coin-cell battery..................................................................................................................................... 76

Security............................................................................................................................................................................ 76 Software...........................................................................................................................................................................76

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Environmental...................................................................................................................................................................77 Service and support..........................................................................................................................................................77

6 I/O Module Overview.................................................................................................... 78 IO module (optional) views............................................................................................................................................... 78

IO moduleFront...................................................................................................................................................... 78 IO moduleTop..........................................................................................................................................................79 IO moduleBottom...................................................................................................................................................80

Setting up the IO module................................................................................................................................................. 80 Installing the PCIe card into the IO module.................................................................................................................83

7 Power Module Overview............................................................................................... 86 Power module (optional) views........................................................................................................................................ 86

Power moduleFront................................................................................................................................................87 Power moduleBottom............................................................................................................................................ 88 Power moduleTop...................................................................................................................................................90 Power moduleRight................................................................................................................................................ 91

Setting up the power module............................................................................................................................................91 Specifications - Power Module.........................................................................................................................................94

8 Enclosure Overview...................................................................................................... 96 Enclosure (optional) view................................................................................................................................................. 96

Enclosure - Side......................................................................................................................................................... 96 Setting up the enclosure...................................................................................................................................................97

9 Setting up the Zigbee dongle ...................................................................................... 102

10 BIOS defaults............................................................................................................. 103 General........................................................................................................................................................................... 103 System configuration...................................................................................................................................................... 103 Security.......................................................................................................................................................................... 103 Secure Boot....................................................................................................................................................................104 Performance...................................................................................................................................................................104 Power Management....................................................................................................................................................... 104 POST Behavior............................................................................................................................................................... 105 Maintenance...................................................................................................................................................................105

11 Other documents you may need................................................................................. 106

12 Contacting Dell........................................................................................................... 107 Regulatory and environmental compliance...................................................................................................................... 107

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1 Overview The Dell Edge Gateway 5000/5100 series allows you to connect to network enabled devices wired or wirelessly, and manage them remotely in your existing network ecosystem. The system can also be mounted on the wall using the Dell approved wall mount kit or mounted into your existing rack infrastructure using the DIN-rail mounting bracket. The system runs on Windows 10 Enterprise, Ubuntu Snappy, or the Wind River Linux operating systems. As part of a complete interoperable building automation system, the Edge Gateway provides precise monitoring and control of connected points. The I/O expansion module provides the Edge Gateway with extra inputs and an output module. The power expansion module provides the Edge Gateway with power redundancy options by allowing you to connect a 24V AC/DC, a 19.5V DC, and a battery back up simultaneously.

If the Edge Gateway is set up as a web server, it offers the capability for configuration from a web browser. Configure I/Os, set up objects, and monitor present values from a browser.

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2 System views

SystemFront

Features

1 Power button Press and hold for 2 seconds to turn on the system if it is turned off.

NOTE: For more details about the LED indicators on the front of the system, see LED indicators.

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SystemFront (LED indicators)

Features

1 Power status LED Indicates the powerstate of the system.

2 Mobile broadband status LED Indicates the mobile broadband status and network activity.

3 Wireless status LED Indicates the wireless connectivity status and network activity.

4 Bluetooth status LED Indicates the Bluetooth status and activity.

5 Cloud connection status LED Indicates the cloud connection status.

6 Network status LED Indicates the connectivity status and network activity.

7 Network status LED Indicates the connectivity status and network activity.

8 RS485 port status LED Provides the status of the RS485 port connections.

9 RS485 port status LED Provides the status of the RS485 port connections.

10 RS422/485 port status LED Provides the status of the RS422/485 port connections.

11 CANbus port status LED Provides the status of the CANbus port connection.

12 Serial port status LED Provides the status of the serial port connection.

SystemBottom

Features

1 Earth ground Connect the grounding cable to the system.

2 Serial port Connect to a serial port enabled device such as a printer.

3 CANbus port Connect to a CANbus port enabled device or dongle.

4 RS422/485 port Connect a RS422/485 device.

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Features

5 RS485 port Connect a RS485 device.

6 RS485 port Connect a RS485 device.

7 USB 3.0 port Connect a USB 3.0 device.

8 Network port Connect an Ethernet (RJ45) cable from a router or a broadband modem for network or internet access.

9 Network port Connect an Ethernet (RJ45) cable from a router or a broadband modem for network or internet access.

NOTE: For more details about the DIP switches on the bottom of the system, see DIP switches.

NOTE: For RS422 and RS485:

Termination is 120-ohms between the members of the differential pair when enabled.

Bias is 4.7k pull-up (5V) / pull-down (Gnd) when enabled.

Serial port (RS232) connector mapping

Pin Signal Pin Signal

1 DCD 6 DSR

2 RXD 7 RTS

3 TXD 8 CTS

4 DTR 9 RI

5 GND

NOTE: This is a standard serial port connector.

CANbus port connector mapping

PIN Signal

1 CAN-LO

2 CAN-HI

3 GND

Manufacturer part number Molex 39530-5503

https://www.molex.com/

NOTE: This part number is for reference only and is subjected to change.

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RS485 connector mapping

Pin Signal

1 A(-)

2 B(+)

3 GND

Manufacturer part number Molex 359530-5503

https://www.molex.com/

NOTE: This part number is for reference only and is subjected to change.

RS422/485 connector mapping

Pin Signal

1 TXA(-) / A(-)

2 TXB(+) / B(+)

3 GND

4 RXA(-)

5 RXB(+)

Manufacturer part number Molex 359530-5505

https://www.molex.com/

NOTE: This part number is for reference only and is subjected to change.

SystemBottom (DIP switches)

Feature

1 RS422/RS485 port toggle switch Toggle between RS422 or RS485 standard.

2 RS422/RS485 port resistor switch Enable/disable the differential termination resistor.

3 RS422/RS485 port bias resistor switch Enable/disable the bias resistor for the RS422/RS485 port.

4 ePSA diagnostic switch When the position of the switch changes, the system starts in ePSA (Enhanced Preboot System Assessment) mode on the next start.

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Feature

5 RS485 port resistor switch Enable/disable the differential termination resistor for RS485.

6 RS485 port bias resistor switch Enable/disable the bias resistor for the RS485 port.

7 RS485 port resistor switch Enable/disable the differential termination resistor for RS485.

8 RS485 port bias resistor switch Enable/disable the bias resistor for the RS485 port.

SystemTop

Features

1 Mobile broadband antenna port (port one) Connect an antenna to increase the range and strength of the mobile broadband signals.

2 Micro-SIM card slot Insert a micro-SIM card to connect to a mobile broadband network.

3 Mobile broadband antenna port (port two) Connect an antenna to increase the range and strength of the mobile broadband signals.

4 Wi-Fi antenna port (port three) Connect an antenna to increase the range and strength of Wi-Fi signals.

5 Intrusion detection connector Connect an intrusion detection switch to detect any intrusion into the optional Rugged Enclosure.

6 Wi-Fi antenna port (port four) Connect an antenna to increase the range and strength of Wi-Fi signals.

7 HDMI port Connect a monitor or other HDMI device. Provides video and audio output. Hot-plugging is supported on Windows 10 and Ubuntu only.

8 USB 2.0 port Connect a USB 2.0 device.

9 USB 2.0 port Connect a USB 2.0 device.

NOTE: The antenna is shipped in a separate accessory box along with your Edge Gateway.

Intrusion-detection connector mapping

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Pin Signal

1 GND

2 Intrusion detection

3 Cable detection

Manufacturer part number Molex 39530-5503

https://www.molex.com/

NOTE: This part number is for reference only and is subjected to change.

HDMI connector mapping

Pin Signal

1 TMDS Data2+

2 TMDS Data2 Shield

3 TMDS Data2

4 TMDS Data1+

5 TMDS Data1 Shield

6 TMDS Data1

7 TMDS Data0+

8 TMDS Data0 Shield

9 TMDS Data0

10 TMDS Clock+

11 TMDS Clock Shield

12 TMDS Clock

13 Reserved

14 Reserved

15 SCL

16 SDA

17 Ground

18 +5 V

19 Hot Plug Detect

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SystemLeft

Features

1 Power module expansion port Connect an external power module for increased power options.

2 24 V AC/DC power Phoenix connector Connect an 24 V AC/DC power connector to provide power to your system.

3 19.5 V DC power adapter port Connect a 19.5 V DC power adapter connector to provide power to your system.

24 V AC/DC power port

Pin Polarity

1 AC/DC-IN

2 Positive/Negative

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Manufacturer part number Molex 39530-0502

https://www.molex.com/

NOTE: This part number is for reference only and is subjected to change.

19.5 V DC power adapter port

Pin Polarity

1 DC Negative

2 DC Positive

Manufacturer part number SINGATRON 2DC-S060-029F

http://www.singatron.com/

NOTE: This part number is for reference only and is subjected to change.

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SystemRight

Features

1 IO expansion port Connect an external expansion module for additional IO ports.

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3 Setting up your Dell Edge Gateway

WARNING: Before you begin any of the procedures in this section, read the safety information that shipped with your system. For additional best practices information, go to www.dell.com/regulatory_compliance.

WARNING: When installing the Gateway, the responsible party or integrator shall use the AC Adapter provided with the Dell Edge Gateway, or connect to a 24Vac or 24Vdc power source already present as part of the clients installation.

WARNING: The Dell AC Adapter (full-wave rectified and have no built-in isolation transformer) is acceptable for use up to ambient temperature of 40C and is a limited power source, SELV/Limited Energy Circuit, Class 2 power source. If ambient temperature of the installation exceeds 40 C then use the 24Vac or 24Vdc power available as part of the installation.

WARNING: Always make sure that the available power source matches the required input power of the Dell Edge Gateway, check the input power markings next to power connector(s) before making connections. The 24 V power source must be compliant with local Electrical Codes and Regulations.

WARNING: To ensure the protection provided by Dell Edge Gateway is not impaired, do not use or install the system in any manner other than that which is specified in this manual.

WARNING: When installing the Gateway use acable appropriate for the load currents: 3-core cable rated 5 A at 90 C (194 F) minimum, which conform to either IEC 60227 or IEC 60245. The system accepts cables from 0.8 to 2.5 mm (18 to 14 AWG).

WARNING: The symbol indicates hot surface or adjacent hot surface that can obtain temperature during normal use that can cause a burn. Allow equipment to cool off or use protective gloves when handling to reduce risk of a burn.

WARNING: If a battery is included as part of System/Network, battery must be must be installed with appropriate enclosure in accordance with local Fire and Electrical Codes and Laws.

WARNING: When installing the Power Module, use a cable appropriate for the load currents: 3-core cable rated 15 A at 90 C (194 F) minimum, which conform to either IEC60227 or IEC 60245. The Gateway accepts cables of 14 AWG minimum.

WARNING: Before installing that all of three power inputs (Terminal Block/Power Jack/Battery Input) in power module shall be protected by the 20 A fuses or circuit-breakers(over current protection device) in front of this system.

WARNING: The system is for installation in a suitable industrial enclosure (provides electrical, mechanical and fire hazard protection).

WARNING: The core module only can be wall mounted (without the need for an additional enclosure)

WARNING: Only Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) battery rated 50Ah (or less) shall be used

Professional installation instructions Installation personnel

This product is designed for specific applications and needs to be installed by qualified personnel with RF and regulatory related knowledge. The general user shall not attempt to install or change the setting.

Installation location

The product shall be installed at a location where the radiating antenna is kept 20 cm from nearby persons in its normal operation condition in order to meet regulatory RF exposure requirements.

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External antenna

Use only the antenna(s) which have been approved by the applicant. Non-approved antenna(s) may produce unwanted spurious or excessive RF transmitting power which may lead to a violation of FCC/IC limits and is prohibited.

Installation procedure

Please refer to users manual for the detail.

WARNING: Please carefully select the installation position and make sure that the final output power does not exceed the limits set forth in relevant rules. The violation of these rules could possibly lead to serious federal penalties.

Instructions d'installation professionnelles Le personnel d'installation

Ce produit est conu pour des applications spcifiques et doit tre install par un personnel qualifi avec RF et connaissances connexes rglementaire. L'utilisateur ne doit pas tenter gnrale d'installer ou de modifier le rglage.

Lieu d'installation

Le produit doit tre install un endroit o l'antenne de rayonnement est maintenue 20 cm de personnes proximit dans son tat de fonctionnement normal, afin de rpondre aux exigences rglementaires d'exposition aux radiofrquences.

Antenne externe

Utilisez uniquement l'antenne(s) qui ont t approuvs par le demandeur. Antenne (s) peuvent produire de l'nergie RF parasite indsirable ou excessive transmission qui peut conduire une violation des normes de la FCC / IC est interdite et non-approuv.

Procdure d'installation

ATTENTION: S'il vous plat choisir avec soin la position d'installation et assurez-vous que la puissance de sortie final ne dpasse pas les limites fixes dans les rgles pertinentes. La violation de ces rgles pourrait conduire des sanctions fdrales graves.

Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures:

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

FCC Caution:

Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.

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This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

Radiation Exposure Statement:

This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 20cm between the radiator & your body.

NOTE: The country code selection is for non-US model only and is not available to all US model. Per FCC regulation, all WiFi product marketed in US must fixed to US operation channels only.

Industry Canada Statement This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

1. this device may not cause interference, and

2. this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.

Le prsent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L'exploitation est autorise aux deux conditions suivantes:

1. l'appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et

2. l'utilisateur de l'appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radiolectrique subi, mme si le brouillage est susceptible d'en compromettre le fonctionnement.

This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.

Cet appareil numrique de la classe B est conforme la norme NMB-003 du Canada.

This device complies with RSS-210 of Industry Canada. Operation is subject to the condition that this device does not cause harmful interference.

Cet appareil est conforme la norme RSS-210 d'Industrie Canada. L'opration est soumise la condition que cet appareil ne provoque aucune interfrence nuisible.

This device and its antenna(s) must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter, except tested built-in radios.

Cet appareil et son antenne ne doivent pas tre situs ou fonctionner en conjonction avec une autre antenne ou un autre metteur, exception faites des radios intgres qui ont t testes.

The County Code Selection feature is disabled for products marketed in the US/Canada.

La fonction de slection de l'indicatif du pays est dsactive pour les produits commercialiss aux tats-Unis et au Canada.

Radiation Exposure Statement: This equipment complies with IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 20cm between the radiator & your body.

Dclaration d'exposition aux radiations: Cet quipement est conforme aux limites d'exposition aux rayonnements IC tablies pour un environnement non contrl. Cet quipement doit tre install et utilis avec un minimum de 20 cm de distance entre la source de rayonnement et votre corps.

Caution:

1. The device for operation in the band 5150-5250 MHz is only for indoor use to reduce the potential for harmful interference to co-channel mobile satellite systems;

2. The maximum antenna gain permitted for devices in the bands 5250-5350 MHz and 5470-5725 MHz shall comply with the eirp limit; and

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3. The maximum antenna gain permitted for devices in the band 5725-5825 MHz shall comply with the eirp limits specified for point-to-point and non point-to-point operation as appropriate.

4. The worst-case tilt angle(s) necessary to remain compliant with the eirp elevation mask requirement set forth in Section 6.2.2(3) shall be clearly indicated.

5. Users should also be advised that high-power radars are allocated as primary users (i.e. priority users) of the bands 5250-5350 MHz and 5650-5850 MHz and that these radars could cause interference and/or damage to LE-LAN devices.

Avertissement:

1. Les dispositifs fonctionnant dans la bande 5150-5250 MHz sont rservs uniquement pour une utilisation lintrieur afin de rduire les risques de brouillage prjudiciable aux systmes de satellites mobiles utilisant les mmes canaux;

2. Le gain maximal dantenne permis pour les dispositifs utilisant les bandes 5250-5350 MHz et 5470-5725 MHz doit se conformer la limite de p.i.r.e.;

3. Le gain maximal dantenne permis (pour les dispositifs utilisant la bande 5725-5825 MHz) doit se conformer la limite de p.i.r.e. spcifie pour lexploitation point point et non point point, selon le cas.

4. Les pires angles dinclinaison ncessaires pour rester conforme lexigence de la p.i.r.e. applicable au masque dlvation, et nonce la section 6.2.2 3), doivent tre clairement indiqus.

5. De plus, les utilisateurs devraient aussi tre aviss que les utilisateurs de radars de haute puissance sont dsigns utilisateurs principaux (c.--d., quils ont la priorit) pour les bandes 5250-5350 MHz et 5650-5850 MHz et que ces radars pourraient causer du brouillage et/ou des dommages aux dispositifs LAN-EL.

Setting up the Edge Gateway

Powering on the Edge Gateway

1. Install the Edge Gateway on the wall mount using a wall mounting kit.

or

Install the Edge Gateway on the rack infrastructure using DIN-rail mounting brackets.

NOTE: In some environments where the Edge Gateway is installed, a more robust mounting method is required. For example, in marine applications, due to vibrations unique to that environment, only a wall mount should be used.

2. Connect a network cableoptional.

3. Install the WLAN antenna to enable the wireless connectionsoptional.

NOTE: The antenna is shipped in a separate accessory box along with your Edge Gateway.

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4. Install the WWAN antenna to enable the wireless connectionsoptional.

5. Connect a display to the Edge Gateway (if necessary).

6. Connect a keyboard and mouse if accessing the Edge Gateway directly.

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7. Connect a grounding cable to the Edge Gateway (if necessary).

8. Connect a SELV/limited energy circuit power source to the Edge Gateway and press the power button to turn it on.

NOTE: For marine applications, connect an EMI filter such as OnFILTER CleanSweep APN515FG or equivalent between the power source and the Edge Gateway, and then press the power button to turn it on.

24 V AC/DC

or

19.5 V DC

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9. If setting up the Edge Gateway for the first time, complete the operating system setup.

NOTE: The Edge Gateway is shipped with Windows 10 Enterprise, Ubuntu Snappy, or Wind River Linux operating systems.

NOTE: On Windows 10 OS, select Do this later when prompted to enter the product key.

NOTE: The default username and password for Ubuntu-Snappy-Core is

ubuntu for Ubuntu Core 15.04

admin for Ubuntu Core 16

NOTE: The default username and password for Wind River is root.

10. Connect and configure devices using the RS422/RS485 ports.

NOTE: Turn on the corresponding dip switches to enable the RS422/R485 ports.

NOTE: After the Edge Gateway setup is complete, reinstall the dust covers on any unused ports.

Mounting the Edge Gateway on the wall

You can mount the Edge Gateway on a wall by using mounting brackets.

1. Secure the two mounting brackets to the back of the Edge Gateway by using four screws.

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2. Drill four holes in the wall that correspond to the holes in the mounting bracket, then place the Edge Gateway against the wall and align the holes in the mounting brackets with the holes in the wall.

3. Tighten the screws to secure the Edge Gateway to the wall.

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Mounting the Edge Gateway on a DIN rail

The Edge Gateway can be mounted on a DIN rail. The DIN rail bracket mounts to the back of the Edge Gateway.

NOTE: In some environments where the Edge Gateway is installed, a more robust mounting method is required. For example, in marine applications, due to vibrations unique to that environment, only a wall mount should be used.

1. Align the screw holes on the DIN rail mount to the back of the Edge Gateway, place the screws on the DIN rail mount and secure it to the Edge Gateway.

2. Pull down on the tab to release the latch on the DIN rail mount.

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3. Mount the Edge Gateway on a DIN rail.

4. Secure the Edge Gateway to the DIN rail by pressing the latch.

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Inserting a micro-SIM card and activating your mobile broadband

CAUTION: Dell recommends that you insert the micro-SIM card before powering on the Edge Gateway.

1. Shut down your Edge Gateway.

2. Locate the micro-SIM card slot.

3. Use a paper clip or SIM eject tool to eject the micro-SIM card tray.

4. Place the micro-SIM card on the tray.

CAUTION: Ensure that the micro-SIM card is aligned as shown in the image.

5. Close the micro-SIM card tray.

6. Turn on your Edge Gateway.

7. Connect to a mobile network.

Windows operating system

If the Edge Gateway is shipped with HSPA+ (DW5580) WWAN card:

a. Launch the Telit Mobile Broadband Manager.

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b. Click the play button to connect to your HSPA+ network.

NOTE: Click the information button to view the International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) and Integrated Circuit Card Identifier (ICCID) information.

Click the stop to disconnect from your HSPA+ network.

If the Edge Gateway is shipped with LTE Verizon (DW5812) WWAN or LTE AT&T (DW5813) card:

a. Select the network icon from the taskbar and then click Cellular.

b. Select your Mobile Broadband Carrier Advanced Options.

c. Make a note of the International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) and the Integrated Circuit Card Identifier (ICCID).

Ubuntu operating system

a. Open the Terminal window.

b. Go to super user mode by entering:$sudo su - c. Configure the Mobile Broadband connection profile:

#nmcli con add type gsm ifname ttyACM3 con-name apn user password

d. Connect to the mobile network: #nmcli con up connection name

NOTE: To view the IMEI and ICCID number use the mmcli -m 0 --command=+CIMI command.

To disconnect from the mobile network: #nmcli con downconnection name.

Wind River operating system

If the Edge Gateway is shipped with HSPA+ (DW5580) WWAN card:

a. Open the Terminal window.

b. Configure the Mobile Broadband APN profile:

#uci set network.wwan.apn=" " #uci commit network

c. Connect to the mobile network: #ifup wwan NOTE: To view the IMEI and ICCID number use the AT+IMEISV command.

To disconnect from the mobile network: #ifdown wwan.

If the Edge Gateway is shipped with LTE Verizon (DW5812) WWAN card:

Open the Terminal window.

a. In the terminal type AT+IMEISV to open the Minicom terminal.

The Minicom terminal opens with the following text:

Welcome to minicom 2.7 OPTIONS: I18n Compiled on Dec 17 2015, 16:20:45. Port /dev/ttyACM0, 21:33:05 Press CTRL-A Z for help on special keys

b. Type the AT+cgdcont command with PDP Context Identifier, Packet Data Protocol type, and Access Point Name parameters and press Enter.

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Example: at+cgdcont=3,"IPV4V6","vzwinternet".

NOTE: If the command runs successfully, the message OK appears.

c. Configure the Network Control Mode with the at#ncm command.

Example: at#ncm=1,3.

d. Activate the Packet Data Protocol with the at+cgact command.

Example: at+cgact=1,3.

e. To view the PDP Context Read Dynamic Parameters, that is, bearer_id, apn, ip_addr, subnet_mask, gw_addr, DNS_prim_addr, DNS_sec_addr, P-CSCF_prim_addr, and P-CSCF_sec_addr parameters, run the at+cgcontrdp command.

Example: at+cgcontrdp=3

+CGCONTRDP: 3,7,"vzwinternet.mnc480.mcc311.gprs","100.106.47.7.255.0.0.0","100.1 06.47.8","198.224.157.135","0.0.0.0","0.0.0.0","0.0.00"

f. Exit the Minicom module.

g. In the Linux terminal configure the connection with the following commands

root@WR-IntelligentDevice:~# ifconfig wwan0 ip_addr netmask subnet_mask up root@WR-IntelligentDevice:~# route add default gw gw_addr wwan0 root@WR-IntelligentDevice:~# echo nameserver DNS_prim_addr >>/etc/resolv.conf Example:

root@WR-IntelligentDevice:~# ifconfig wwan0 100.106.47.7 netmask 255.0.0.0 up root@WR-IntelligentDevice:~# route add default gw 100.106.47.8 wwan0 root@WR-IntelligentDevice:~# echo nameserver 198.224.157.135 >>/etc/resolv.conf

h. Log in to the Minicom module using the minicom -D /dev/ttyACM0 command.

i. Connect to the mobile network using the at+cgdata command.

Example:at+cgdata="M-RAW_IP",3

NOTE: To view the IMEI and ICCID number use the AT+IMEISV command.

To disconnect from the mobile network

a. Open the Minicom terminal.

b. Enter the at+cgdata="M-RAW_IP",3 command.

c. Close the Minicom terminal.

d. Enter the root@WR-IntelligentDevice:~# ifconfig wwan0 down command.

If the Edge Gateway is shipped with LTE AT&T (DW5813) WWAN card:

a. Open the Terminal window.

b. In the terminal type minicom -D /dev/ttyACM0 to open the Minicom terminal.

The Minicom terminal opens with the following text:

Welcome to minicom 2.7 OPTIONS: I18n Compiled on Dec 17 2015, 16:20:45. Port /dev/ttyACM0, 21:33:05 Press CTRL-A Z for help on special keys

c. Type the AT+cgdcont command with PDP Context Identifier, Packet Data Protocol type, and Access Point Name parameters and press Enter.

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Example: at+cgdcont=3,"IPV4V6","broadband".

NOTE: If the command runs successfully, the message OK appears.

d. Configure the Network Control Mode with the at#ncm command.

Example: at#ncm=1,3.

e. Activate the Packet Data Protocol with the at+cgact command.

Example: at+cgact=1,3.

f. To view the PDP Context Read Dynamic Parameters, that is, bearer_id, apn, ip_addr, subnet_mask, gw_addr, DNS_prim_addr, DNS_sec_addr, P-CSCF_prim_addr, and P-CSCF_sec_addr parameters, run the at+cgcontrdp command.

Example: at+cgcontrdp=3

+CGCONTRDP: 3,7,"broadband.mnc480.mcc311.gprs","100.106.47.7.255.0.0.0","100.1 06.47.8","198.224.157.135","0.0.0.0","0.0.0.0","0.0.00"

g. Exit the Minicom module.

h. In the Linux terminal configure the connection with the following commands

root@WR-IntelligentDevice:~# ifconfig wwan0 ip_addr netmask subnet_mask up root@WR-IntelligentDevice:~# route add default gw gw_addr wwan0 root@WR-IntelligentDevice:~# echo nameserver DNS_prim_addr >>/etc/resolv.conf Example:

root@WR-IntelligentDevice:~# ifconfig wwan0 100.106.47.7 netmask 255.0.0.0 up root@WR-IntelligentDevice:~# route add default gw 100.106.47.8 wwan0 root@WR-IntelligentDevice:~# echo nameserver 198.224.157.135 >>/etc/resolv.conf

i. Log in to the Minicom module using the minicom -D /dev/ttyACM0 command.

j. Connect to the mobile network using the at+cgdata command.

Example:at+cgdata="M-RAW_IP",3

To disconnect from the mobile network

a. Open the Minicom terminal.

b. Enter the at+cgdata="M-RAW_IP",3 command.

c. Close the Minicom terminal.

d. Enter the root@WR-IntelligentDevice:~# ifconfig wwan0 down command.

Replacing the micro-SIM card

CAUTION: Removing the micro-SIM card while it is in use may cause data loss or result in application errors.

1. Using a paper clip or SIM eject tool, eject the micro-SIM card tray.

2. Remove the micro-SIM card from the micro-SIM card tray.

3. Replace the micro-SIM card tray into the Edge Gateway.

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4 Setting up your operating system

CAUTION: To prevent operating system corruption from sudden power loss, use the operating system to gracefully shut down the Edge Gateway.

Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSB

Overview

The Edge Gateway supports both Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSB 2015 and Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSB 2016 editions. For more information on Windows 10 operating system, see https://support.microsoft.com/en-us.

Boot up and log in

1. Connect a keyboard, mouse, and monitor to the Edge Gateway.

2. Power on the Edge Gateway.

The system boots to the Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSB operating system.

3. Select your regional settings.

NOTE: If prompted for a product key, and one is already entered, select Do this later.

4. Read and Agree to the End User License Agreement.

5. Connect to an available wireless or wired network.

6. Create a user account.

Restoring Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSB

You can restore Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSB on the Edge Gateway using the recovery Operating System image on the boot partition which resets the run-time image back to the factory image.

1. Connect a keyboard, mouse, and monitor to the Edge Gateway.

2. Power on the Edge Gateway and boot to the operating systems desktop.

3. Click the Start icon, hold the Shift key and click Restart.

4. Select Troubleshoot Reset this PC.

5. Select Reset this PC Remove everything.

6. Select Fully clean the drive Reset.

Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSB basic functions

BIOS update

BIOS updates for the Edge Gateway may be downloaded from www.dell.com/support. The download includes an executable that can run from a local machine.

Watchdog Timer

The Watchdog Timer for Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSB is controlled from the BIOS setting.

1. Enter the BIOS during boot by pressing F2.

2. Access BIOS setting Watchdog Timer to enable or disable The Watchdog Timer.

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Cloud LED

NOTE: To utilize the Cloud LED, download the necessary tools and drivers from www.dell.com/support.

One unique feature of the Edge Gateway 5000 Series is the Cloud LED. Cloud LED enables you to visually inspect the operational status of the Edge Gateway by looking at the display light on the left panel of the Edge Gateway.

To enable this feature, you must expose and program a GPIO register on the Edge Gateway.

Follow these steps to control the Cloud LED on the Edge Gateway:

1. Download the Cloud LED utility from https://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/04/drivers/driversdetails?driverid=9mfpj.

2. Extract the following files:

a. DCSTL64.dll

b. DCSTL64.sys

c. CloudLED.exe

NOTE: These files must be in the same directory.

3. Run CloudLED.exe from command prompt or PowerShell with administrative rights. Run the following commands:

CloudLED.exe ON

CloudLED.exe OFF

TPM support

Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSB supports TPM 2.0. For more information on TPM resources, see https://technet.microsoft.com/en- us/library/cc749022(v=ws.10).aspx

System Shut down and Restart

1. Click the Start icon.

2. Click Power then select Restart or Shut down.

LAN/WLAN network configuration

1. Click the Start icon.

2. Type Settings and click Settings.

3. Select Network & Internet.

WWAN network configuration

Follow the Service Manual to install and configure the WWAN module and the corresponding carrier SIM card for the system. After the WWAN module and the SIM cards are installed:

1. Click the Start icon.

2. Type Settings and click Settings.

3. Select Network & Internet

4. Locate the WWAN connection in the Wi-Fi section and select the entry to connect and disconnect from the WWAN adapter.

Bluetooth configuration

1. Click the Start icon.

2. Type Settings and click Settings.

3. Select Devices from the Settings menu and, then select Bluetooth from the menu on the left panel.

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Common port mappings

Serial port mapping

Table 1. Serial port mapping

Number Port type Connector Device node

1 RS232 DB9 COM1

2 RS422/485 5-pin terminal COM2

3 RS485 3-pin terminal COM3

4 RS485 3-pin terminal COM4

Edge Gateway I/O module GPIO mapping

The GPIOs on the external I/O Module for the Edge Gateway are behind the PIC microcontroller. The PIC microcontroller is exposed to the host system and to the host OS as a USB-HID device. Software applications developed to communicate with the GPIOs may use the protocol defined in the above set of references to communicate with the GPIO modules.

Edge Gateway I/O module PCIe expansion mapping

The PCIe slot on the external I/O module for the Edge Gateway is driven directly from the host PCIe bus. Since PCIe expansion is generic, there are no PCIe device-specific drivers integrated into the Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSB OS image. If a specific PCIe card is to be used on this slot, contact the vendor of that PCIe card to verify if they have the required drivers for Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSB.

Snappy Ubuntu Core 15 and 16

Overview

Ubuntu Snappy Core is a Linux OS distribution that is an entirely new mechanism for managing a system and its applications.

The Edge Gateway supports the following Ubuntu Snappy Linux OS distribution:

Ubuntu Core 15

Ubuntu Core 16

For more information on Ubuntu Snappy Core OS, see

www.ubuntu.com/cloud/snappy

www.ubuntu.com/desktop/snappy

www.ubuntu.com/internetofthings

Pre-requisites

Infrastructure

An active connection to the internet is needed to update the Ubuntu Snappy Core operating system as well as applications (snaps)

Prior knowledge

Familiarity with Unix\Linux commands

Knowledge of how to use the serial communication protocol

Knowledge of how to use a terminal emulator (for example; PuTTY)

Knowledge of your network settings (proxy URL, ports, name servers, and so on)

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Boot up and log in

NOTE: The Ubuntu Core operating system has no graphical user interface

Power on the Edge Gateway. When prompted to log in to the OS, enter the default credentials.

NOTE: The default username and password for:

Ubuntu Core 15.04 is ubuntu

Ubuntu Core 16 is admin

For example (Ubuntu 15.04):

Ubuntu 15.04 localhost.localdomain tty1

localhost login: ubuntu Password: ubuntu Press Enter, the following text is displayed:

Ubuntu 15.04 localhost.localdomain tty1

localhost login: ubuntu Password Last login: Mon Nov 2 16:47:43 UTC 2015 on tty1 Welcome to snappy Ubuntu Core, a transactionally updated Ubuntu

* See http://ubuntu.com/snappy

Its a brave new world her in snappy Ubuntu Core! This machine does not use apt-get or deb packages. Please see snappy help for app installation and transactional updates

(plano)ubuntu@localhost:~$

For example (Ubuntu 16):

Ubuntu 16 on 127.0.0.1 (tty1)

localhost login: admin Password: admin

Restoring Ubuntu Snappy

When the operating system is restored to the factory image, all data on the system is deleted. You can restore the OS to the factory image using one of the following methods:

Restoring Ubuntu Core 15.04 from USB flash drive

Restoring Ubuntu Core 16 from USB flash drive

Restoring from boot menu

Creating the OS recovery USB flash drive

Prerequisites:

Service Tag of the Edge Gateway

.NET Framework 4.5.2 or higher

A Windows computer with administrator rights and at least 8 GB of available storage space to download the Dell ISO recovery image

A blank USB flash drive with at least 8 GB of storage space.

CAUTION: The following steps will delete all the data on your USB flash drive.

1. Download and save the Dell ISO recovery image file from:

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For Windows: dell.com/support/home/us/en/19/drivers/osiso/win

For Ubuntu: dell.com/support/home/us/en/19/drivers/osiso/linux

2. Download and install the Dell OS Recovery Tool on your computer.

3. Launch the Dell OS Recovery Tool.

4. Click Yes in the User Account Control prompt.

5. Connect the USB flash drive to the computer.

6. Click Browse and navigate to the location where the Dell ISO recovery image file is saved.

7. Select the Dell ISO recovery image file and click Open.

8. Click Start to begin creating the bootable USB recovery media.

9. Click Yes to continue.

10. Click OK to complete.

Restoring Ubuntu Core 15.04 from USB flash drive

CAUTION: These steps will delete all the data on your Edge Gateway.

Prerequisites

Recovery USB flash drive. To create it, see Creating the OS recovery USB flash drive.

Edge Gateway 5000 series hardware

LCD monitor

USB keyboard

USB mouse

Flashing Ubuntu Core 15.04 OS recovery image

1. Connect power, keyboard, mouse, and monitor to the Edge Gateway.

2. Insert the recovery USB flash drive into the USB port on the Edge Gateway.

3. Power on the Edge Gateway.

4. When the Dell logo appears on the screen, press F12 to enter the one-time boot screen, and the select USB storage.

5. On the next screen, select OS Recovery.

Ubuntu Live desktop should appear.

6. Flash the Snappy Ubuntu Core image to the Edge Gateway:

a. Start the Terminal application. It can be found by typing Terminal in Unity Dash.

b. Type the following command ubuntu@ubuntu:~/Desktop$ ./OS_RECOVERY and press Enter.

7. Reboot the system, and remove the USB flash drive.

Ubuntu Core 15.04 is now installed on your Edge Gateway.

Restoring Ubuntu Core 16 from USB flash drive

CAUTION: These steps will delete all the data on your Edge Gateway.

Prerequisites

Recovery USB flash drive. To create it, see Creating the OS recovery USB flash drive.

Edge Gateway 5000 series hardware

LCD monitor

USB keyboard

USB mouse

Flashing Ubuntu Core 16 OS recovery image

1. Connect power, keyboard, mouse, and monitor to the Edge Gateway.

2. Insert the recovery USB flash drive into the USB port on the Edge Gateway.

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3. Power on the Edge Gateway.

4. When the Dell logo appears on the screen, press F12 to enter the one-time boot screen, and the select USB storage.

The Edge Gateway boots through the USB flash drive and flashes the Ubuntu Core 16 installation image into storage automatically.

5. After the installation is complete, the system powers off.

NOTE: This first phase of installation takes about 3 minutes to complete.

6. Remove the USB drive.

7. Power on the Edge Gateway again to continue the installation. The system reboots several times during this second phase of installation and takes about 10 minutes to complete.

After installation is complete, a login screen appears.

8. At the login screen, enter the default username and password: admin.

The Edge Gateway is now ready for use.

Restoring from boot menu

You can restore Ubuntu Snappy Core on the Edge Gateway using the recovery OS image on the boot partition. Reset the system to the factory image if you encounter any of the following situations:

You are unable to start the operating system.

The operating system is damaged.

Connect a keyboard, mouse, and monitor to the Edge Gateway, or connect to the Edge Gateway through a KVM session.

1. Power on the Edge Gateway.

2. Press F12 when the Dell logo is displayed on the screen to enter the boot menu.

3. Select Factory Restore from the boot menu.

CAUTION: The next step deletes all the data on your system.

4. Press Y when prompted Factory Restore will delete all user data, are you sure? [Y/N].

The system restoration starts and reinstalls the OS on your Edge Gateway.

Updating operating system and applications

After enabling the network connections, and connecting to the internet, it is a recommended to have the latest OS components and applications installed. To update Ubuntu Snappy, run the (plano)ubuntu@localhost:~$ sudo snappy update command.

Viewing operating system and application versions

Run the command,

(plano)ubuntu@localhost:~$ sudo uname a Returns

Linux ubuntu.localdomain 3.19.0-47-generic #53-Ubuntu SMP Mon Jan 18 14:02:48 UTC 2016 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux Run the command,

(plano)ubuntu@localhost:~$ sudo snappy info Returns

Linux power5000.localdomain 3.19.0-47-generic #53-Ubuntu SMP Mon Jan 18 14:02:48 UTC 2016 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux Run the command,

(plano)ubuntu@localhost:~$ snappy list -v

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Returns

Name Date Version Developer ubuntu-core 2015-10-13 7 ubuntu bluez 2015-10-20 5.34-2 canonical* network-namager 2015-10-20 0.2 canonical* plano-uefi-fw-tools 2015-10-20 0.5 canonical* webdm 2015-10-20 0.9.2 canonical* plano-webdm 2015-10-20 1.7 canonical*

NOTE: Check if a newer version of the software is available. For more information on checking for updates, see Updating operating system and applications.

Ubuntu Core OS basic functions

Basic Commands

NOTE: For more information about Ubuntu commands, see https://snapcraft.io/.

Table 2. Basic commands

Action Ubuntu Core 15 Ubuntu Core 16

Viewing system attributes #sudo snappy info #sudo snap version Updating the image to the latest Release #sudo snappy update #sudo snap refresh Viewing a list of all the snaps that are currently installed

#sudo snappy search #sudo snap find

Viewing a list of service commands that are available

#sudo snappy service help N/A

Viewing a set an attribute to a snap N/A #sudo snap set =

Querying attributes from a snap N/A #sudo snap get Rebooting the system #sudo reboot Run the command:

admin@localhost:$ sudo reboot returns:

System reboot successfully

Shutting down the system #sudo poweroff Run the command:

admin@localhost:$ sudo poweroff The system shuts down successfully.

Add a new user if libnss-extrausers is pre-installed

$sudo adduser --extrausers testuser

$sudo adduser --extrausers testuser

Change a users password $sudo passwd $sudo passwd Disable or remove cloud-init service $sudo mount o remount,rw /

$sudo /usr/bin/apt-get remove cloud- init

N/A

Adjust grub configuration $sudo mount o remount,rw / $sudo vi /boot/grub/grub.cfg

N/A

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Action Ubuntu Core 15 Ubuntu Core 16

Re-mount the Ubuntu Snappy 16 root file system as read only

N/A Snappy 16 rootfs is Read-Only

Accessing the built-in help N/A admin@localhost:~$ sudo snap --help

Listing the installed snaps N/A admin@localhost:~$ sudo snap list

Updating the system name N/A admin@localhost:$ network- manager.nmcli general hostname

Changing the time zone N/A When the system arrives from the factory, the operating system is usually set to the UTC time zone.

To change the time zone to your location, run the command:

admin@localhost:~$ sudo timedatectl --help

the help file above will tell you commands you need to know.

Root user credential N/A Run the command:

admin@localhost:$ sudo su - Returns:

$ admin@localhost:~# sudo su $ root@localhost:~#

Identifying the System Service Tag N/A Run the command:

admin@localhost:$ cat /sys/ class/dmi/id/product_serial The system tag is printed.

Identifying the system vendor N/A Run the command:

admin@localhost:$ cat /sys/ class/dmi/id/board_vendor returns

Dell Inc. The system tag is printed.

UEFI capsule update

The fwupgmgr tool or commands are used to update the UEFI BIOS on the system. The UEFI BIOS for this platform is released

through online Linux Vendor File System (LVFS) based methods

It is recommended that you enable the UEFI Capsule update by default so that it is running in the background to keep the system BIOS up to date.

NOTE: For more information about fwupd commands, see www.fwupd.org/users.

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Without an internet connection

1. Download the latest .cab file from secure-lvfs.rhcloud.com/lvfs/devicelist.

2. Check the current BIOS details.

$ sudo uefi-fw-tools.fwupdmgr get-devices 3. Copy the firmware.cab file to /root/snap/uefi-fw-tools/common/ folder.

$ sudo cp firmware.cab /root/snap/uefi-fw-tools/common/ 4. Check the details of the BIOS from the .cab file.

$ sudo uefi-fw-tools.fwupdmgr get-details [Full path of firmware.cab] 5. Apply the update.

$ sudo uefi-fw-tools.fwupdmgr install [Full path of firmware.cab] -v 6. Restart the system.

$ sudo reboot

With an internet connection

1. Connect and login to the Edge Gateway.

2. Check the current BIOS details.

$sudo uefi-fw-tools.fwupdmgr get-devices 3. Check if the update is available from LVFS service.

$sudo uefi-fw-tools.fwupdmgr refresh 4. Download the BIOS from the www.dell.com/support.

$sudo uefi-fw-tools.fwupdmgr get-updates 5. Apply the update.

$sudo uefi-fw-tools.fwupdmgr update -v 6. Restart the system.

$ sudo reboot

Watchdog Timer

NOTE: For more information about Watchdog Timer (WDT) commands, see www.sat.dundee.ac.uk/~psc/watchdog/ Linux-Watchdog.html.

It is recommended that you enable the WDT by default to activate the fail-safe circuitry. Snappy, a WDT-compatible operating system provides the capability to detect and recover the system from malfunctions or unexpected crashes.

To check daemon status, run the command:

admin@localhost:$ systemctl show | grep i watchdog Returns:

RuntimeWatchdogUSec=1min ShutdownWatchdogUSec=10min

NOTE: The default value is 10. The actual value should be greater than 0.

To configure the timer, run the command:

admin@localhost:$ sudo vi /etc/systemd/system.conf.d/watchdog.conf

Security

Trusted Platform Module (TPM)

NOTE: For more information about the TPM, see https://developer.ubuntu.com/en/snappy/guides/security-whitepaper/.

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TPM is only supported on devices that have TPM hardware installed on products with Snappy-enhanced security support. The TPM on/off setting is configurable in the BIOS and manageable in the operating system.

If TPM is turned off, the device node (/dev/tpm0) does not exist.

(plano)ubuntu@localhost:~$ ls /dev/tpm0 ls: cannot access /dev/tpm0: No such file or directory If TPM is turned on, the device node (/dev/tpm0) exists.

(plano)ubuntu@localhost:~$ ls /dev/tpm0 /dev/tpm0

Accessing Snappy Store/Snapweb

1. Enter ip_address:4200 in a browser.

2. Select Advanced, then select proceed to the ip_address(unsafe).

3. Using the default login of 'admin', keeping the password blank, open Terminal and ssh remote login

lo@lo-latitude-E7470:~$ ssh admin@10.101.46.209 admin@10.101.46.209's password:

4. While running sudo snapweb.generate-token, copy the token.

lo@lo-latitude-E7470:~$ ssh admin@10.101.46.209 admin@10.101.46.209's password: Welcome to Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS (GNU/Linux 4.4.0-45-generic x86_64)

* Documentation: https://help.ubuntu.com * Management: https://landscape.canonical.com * Support: https://ubuntu.com/advantage Welcome to Snappy Ubuntu Core, a transactionally updated Ubuntu.

* See https://ubuntu.com/snappy

It's a brave new world here in Snappy Ubuntu Core! This machine does not use apt-get or deb packages. Please see 'snap --hwlp' for app installation and transactional updates.

Last login: Tue Nov 01:10:12 2016 from 10.101.46.187 Admin@localhost:~$ sudo snapweb.generate-toen Snapweb Access Token:

GtYaoevIodhTgHDyFWczWtYkEhDYROpX0pf27K62TtTOVooUwRuQ)IgBB7ECznCP

Use the above token in the Snapweb interface to be granted access. admin@localhost:~$

5. Paste the token on the web page and click Submit.

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You can now access the snapweb.

Cloud LED On/Off

Cloud LED enables you to visually inspect the operational status of the Edge Gateway by looking at the display light on the left panel of the Edge Gateway.

1. To export Cloud LED PIN, run the command:

#sudo su #echo 346 > /sys/class/gpio/export #echo out > /sys/class/gpio/gpio346/direction

2. To turn on Cloud LED, run the command:

#echo 1 > /sys/class/gpio/gpio346/value or

To turn off Cloud LED, run the command:

#echo 0 > /sys/class/gpio/gpio346/value

Serial Port

Serial device nodes mapping.

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Table 3. Serial device nodes mapping table.

Port Type Connector Device Node

RS232 DB9 /dev/ttyS6

RS422_485 5 pin terminal /dev/ttyS4

RS485 3 pin terminal /dev/ttyS5

RS485 3 pin terminal /dev/ttyS2

Execute the #sudo chmod 777 /dev/ttyS# command on two systems, where # is port number corresponding to ports being

used.

On one of the systems, execute the #cat < /dev/ttyS# command, this will put system A waiting for transmission.

On the other system, execute the #echo "test" > /dev/ttyS# command, this will let system B send out transmission.

Minicom

Minicom is a terminal emulation program which allows the host machine to communicate with and debug the serial port on headless systems, such as the Edge Gateway. The following steps help you to setup Minicom.

1. Install Minicom.

$ sudo snap install classic --devmode --beta $ sudo classic.create $ sudo classic $ (classic) sudo apt-get update $ (classic) sudo apt-get install minicom

2. Set Minicom.

$ sudo minicom -s 3. Select Serial port setup.

4. Press A to edit the Serial Device to ttyUSB0. This can be any other value if there is more than one USB serial cable attached. Then, press Enter to exit:

A - Serial Device : /dev/ttyUSB0 5. Press F to disable Hardware Flow Control to No.

6. Press E to edit Baud rate/Parity/Bits.

7. Press E to configure Baud rate as 115200.

a. Press Q to configure Stopbits as 8-N-1. Press Enter to exit. Table 4. Comm parameters

+---------[Comm Parameters]---------+ | Current: 115200 8N1 | |

|

|

|

Speed A:

B:

C: 9600

D: 38400

E: 115200

Parity L: None

M: Even

N: Odd

O: Mark

P: Space

Data S: 5

T: 6

U: 7

V: 8

|

|

|

|

| |

| Stopbits |

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| W: 1 Q: 8-N-1 |

| X: 2 R: 7-E-1 |

| |

| Choice, or to exit?_ |

8. Press Enter to complete the settings.

9. Select Save setup as dfl.

10. Select Exit from minicom.

Start Minicom as a terminal program

$ sudo minicom Welcome to minicom 2.7

OPTIONS: T18n Compiled on Feb 7 2017, 13:37:27. Port /dev/ttylUSB0, 15:06:26

Press CTRL-A Z for help on special keys Exit Minicom

1. In terminal mode, press Ctrl+A.

A message bar is displayed at the bottom of the terminal window.

2. Press X to exit.

Expansion IO Module

PCIe

The PCIe slot on the external IO Module for the Edge Gateway is driven directly from the host PCIe bus. Since it is generic PCIe expansion, there are no PCIe device-specific drivers integrated into the OS image. If there is specific PCIe card used on this slot, contact the Vendor of that PCIe card for drivers.

GPIO

The GPIOs on the external IO Module for the Edge Gateway are behind PIC microcontroller. The PIC microcontroller is exposed to the host system and to the host OS as a USB-HID device. Software application developed to communicate with the GPIOs may use the protocol defined in following set of references to communicate with the GPIO modules. There is no native application software available on the factory OS image that communicates with the IO Module GPIOs.

Zigbee

The Edge Gateway supports a USB Zigbee dongle (purchased from Dell) as an optional add-on hardware. When the Zigbee dongle is present on the system, it is enumerated to the OS as a USB device. There is no native application software to perform Zigbee protocol for this device. For more information about setting up the Zigbee dongle, see Setting up the Zigbee dongle.

Controller Area Network

NOTE: This feature is only supported if hardware module presented.

The OS provides the capability of mutual communication between user space application and physical module. If there is a specific Controller Area Network (CAN) bus programming requirement of user mode application, contact the hardware provider of that module for API documentation.

To find the device bus iver dmesg (if hardware is presented):

#dmesg | grep i microchip

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for i in /sys/class/hidraw/*; do udevadm info $i --attribute-walk | grep -q 'CANBus HID Device' && echo path: /dev/$(basename $i); done

Network Manager Ubuntu Core 15

Network-Manager is a native Ubuntu Snappy Connection Manger, the application handles multiple network devices, provides detection and configuration for system to automatically connect to network.

A command line utility nmcli is included with Network-Manager to support non-graphical user interface.

WWAN (nmcli example)

Configure the Mobile Broadband connection profile #nmcli con add type gsm ifname ttyACM3 con-name apn user password

Connect to the mobile network #nmcli con up

WLAN (nmcli example)

Configure the system to connect to unencrypted WiFi network

#nmcli dev wifi connect $SSID ifname $WIFI_INTERFACE #iw dev $WIFI_INTERFACE link #nmcli dev disconnect $WIFI_INTERFACE

Configure the system to connect to WPA-encrypted WiFi network

#nmcli dev wifi connect $SSID password $PSK ifname $WIFI_INTERFACE #iw dev $WIFI_INTERFACE link #nmcli dev disconnect $WIFI_INTERFACE

Software enabled Access Point (SoftAP)

This feature depends on the wireless module and its associated driver to act as a wireless access point.

1. Log in to Ubuntu Snappy, make sure the system is connected to internet.

2. Run the #sudo snappy search softap command to find the application from the Ubuntu Snappy Store.

3. Run the #sudo snappy install sw-access-point command to install the application.

After the snap is installed, the service should be running as default configuration below:

SSID: Ubuntu Open-authentication 802.11n 2.4GHz (G mode) IP Address: 10.0.60.1 DHCP Range: 10.0.60.3-20 DNS server: 10.0.60.1 Gateway: 10.0.60.1

Bluetooth

To connect to a Bluetooth device like a Bluetooth keyboard:

1. Run the #bluetoothctl -a command to start bluetoothctl console.

The bluetoothctl console is opened.

2. Run the $power on command to power on the Bluetooth device.

3. Register the agent for keyboard:

$agent KeyboardOnly $default-agent

4. Run the $pairable on command to put the Bluetooth controller in pair-able mode.

5. Run the $scan on command to scan nearby Bluetooth device.

6. Run the $scan off command to stop scanning after Bluetooth keyboard is found.

7. Run the $pair command to pair the Bluetooth keyboard.

8. Enter PIN Code on Bluetooth keyboard if needed.

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9. Run the $trust command to turst the Bluetooth keyboard.

10. Run the $connect command to connect the to the Bluetooth keyboard.

11. Run the $quit command to quit the bluetoothctl console.

Network Manager Ubuntu Core 16

Network-Manager is a native Ubuntu Snappy Connection Manager, the application handles multiple network devices, provides detection and configuration for the system to automatically connect to the network.

A command line utility nmcli is included with Network-Manager to support non-graphical user interface.

NOTE: For more information about Network-Manager, see https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/NetworkManager

Connecting through WWAN

NOTE: For more information on configuring and connecting through WWAN, see https://docs.ubuntu.com/core/en/ stacks/network/network-manager/docs/configure-cellular-connections.

1. Check if a modem is present and identify the modem index number.

$ sudo modem-manager.mmcli L 2. Check the modem status and identify the primary port.

$ sudo modem-manager.mmcli -m NOTE: refers to the modem index number. Replace with the actual modem index after running the command at step 1.

3. Create a profile.

$ sudo network-manager.nmcli c add con-name test type gsm ifname apn internet

NOTE: Depending on the return results from step 2, replace after ifname with the actual primary port name.

4. Check the WWAN status.

$ network-manager.nmcli r wwan 5. Turn on WWAN.

$ sudo network-manager.nmcli r wwan on 6. Find wwan0 in the interface list.

$ ifconfig -a 7. Enable the connection profile.

$ sudo network-manager.nmcli c up test 8. Check the Network Manager status.

$ network-manager.nmcli d 9. Disable the connection profile.

$ sudo network-manager.nmcli c down test 10. Check the Network Manager status.

$ network-manager.nmcli d

Connecting through WLAN

1. Run the command to show a list of network interfaces like eth0, eth1, wlan0, mlan0, and so on:

$ network-manager.nmcli d 2. Run the command to show a list of network interfaces like eth0, eth1, wlan0, mlan0, and so on:

$ network-manager.nmcli d 3. Run the command to show a list of available wireless access points.

$ network-manager.nmcli device wifi list 4. Wireless connection with nmcli: Run the following commands and replace $SSID, $PSK, and $WIFI_INTERFACE of your

environment.

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Connect:

$ sudo network-manager.nmcli dev wifi connect $SSID password $PSK ifname $WIFI_INTERFACE

Disconnect:

$ sudo network-manager.nmcli dev disconnect $WIFI_INTERFACE

Connecting through Software-enabled Access Point (SoftAP)

This feature depends on the wireless module and its associated driver to function as a wireless access point.

NOTE: For more information on SoftAP, see https://docs.ubuntu.com/core/en/stacks/network/wifi-ap/docs/index.

1. Login to Ubuntu Snappy. Make sure that the system is connected to the internet.

2. Run the command to find the application from the Ubuntu Snappy Store.

#sudo snap find wifi-ap 3. Run the command to install the application.

#sudo snap install wifi-ap 4. After snap is installed, run the command to set the network interface used to operate the access point on.

$ sudo wifi-ap.config set wifi.interface mlan0 5. Run the command to enable the access point and restart the service.

$ wifi-ap.config set disabled=false WiFi-AP default SSID Ubuntu is now visible to clients.

Bluetooth

To connect to a Bluetooth device like a Bluetooth keyboard:

1. Run the command to start bluetoothctl console.

#bluetoothctl -a The bluetoothctl console is opened.

2. Run the command to power on the Bluetooth device.

$power on 3. Register the agent for the keyboard:

$agent KeyboardOnly $default-agent

4. Run the command to put the Bluetooth controller in pair-able mode.

$pairable on 5. Run the command to scan nearby Bluetooth device.

$scan on 6. Run the command to stop scanning after the Bluetooth keyboard is found.

$scan off 7. Run the command to pair the Bluetooth keyboard.

$pair 8. Enter the PIN code on the Bluetooth keyboard, if needed.

9. Run the command to trust the Bluetooth keyboard.

$trust 10. Run the command to connect the to the Bluetooth keyboard.

$connect 11. To quit the bluetoothctl console.

$quit

Flashing the BIOS

Prerequisites

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Download the latest BIOS file from www.dell.com/support.

USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 flash drive (4 GB minimum)

Power off the Edge Gateway.

1. On a separate computer, unzip the BIOS update file that you have downloaded from www.dell.com.

2. Open the extracted file folder Edge_Gateway5000_1.X.X.

3. Copy the BIOS update file labeled as Edge_Gateway5000_1.X.X.exe to a USB flash drive.

4. Insert the USB flash drive in one of the available USB ports on the Edge Gateway.

5. Power on the Edge Gateway.

6. When the Dell logo is displayed on the screen, press F12 to enter the one-time boot screen.

7. On the one-time boot screen, select Flash the BIOS .

8. On the next screen, select the BIOS file (Edge_Gateway5000_1.X.X.exe) on the USB key.

9. Start the flash process.

Wind River Linux

Overview

The Edge Gateway is shipped with Wind River Linux IDP-XT version 3.1. For more information on Wind River operating system, see www.windriver.com/support.

For generic details and references on running Wind River Linux IDP 3.1 on a Edge Gateway product, see www.intel.com/ gatewaytraining.

Boot up and login

Before configuring the Wind River OS, connect a keyboard, mouse, and monitor to the Edge Gateway, or connect to the Edge Gateway through a KVM session, Dell Wyse Cloud Client Manager (CCM), or Dell Command | Monitor (DCM).

NOTE: For more information about using the CCM, see the CCM documentation available at www.cloudclientmanager.com.

NOTE: For more information about using the DCM, see the DCM documentation available at www.dell.com/ clientsystemsmanagement.

Power On the Edge Gateway to boot into Wind River Linux OS. The Wind River Linux does not have a graphical user interface (GUI).

Log into the OS on the terminal with the following default credentials.

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root@WR-IDP-xxxx login: root (where xxxx is the version of the Wind River Linux)

Password: root

Restoring Wind River Linux

CAUTION: Following these steps deletes all the data on your system.

You can restore Wind River Linux on the Edge Gateway using the recovery OS image on the boot partition which resets the run-time image back to the factory image if you encounter any of the following situations:

You are unable to start Wind River Linux

The Wind River Linux operating system is damaged.

Connect a keyboard, mouse, and monitor to the Edge Gateway, or connect to the Edge Gateway through a KVM session, Dell Wyse Cloud Client Manager (CCM), or Dell Command | Monitor (DCM).

1. Boot to the OS menu

2. Choose the Wind River Intelligent Device Platform (Restore Factory Image) option and press Enter.

This restores the run-time image back to factory OS image state.

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Wind River Linux Basic Functions

Preinstalled Packages

Run the root@WR-IDP-xxxx:~# rpm -qa command to list all the packages installed on the Wind River Linux OS.

NOTE: If you are looking for a specific package, you have to pipe the output of the root@WR-IDP-xxxx:~# rpm -qa command to search for that specific package.

Expected result: Device: xxxx-xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx-xxxx

UEFI Capsule update capability

Run the fwupgmgr tool/commands are used to update UEFI BIOS firmware on the system. The UEFI BIOS for this system is

released through online Linux Vendor File System based methods.

Operation command: root@WR-IDP-xxxx:~# fwupdmgr get-devices

Expected result: (Device found) Device: xxxx-xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx-xxxx

Watchdog Timer

Running the root@WR-IDP-xxxx:~# systemctl status watchdog command displays the status of Watchdog timer

service.

Expected result: Example of the output is shown below.

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TPM support (HW TPM module dependency)

Run the root@WR-IDP-xxxx:~# tpm_statistic command displays the status of TPM service.

If the TPM is functional and enabled in the BIOS, below would be the expected results, when tpm_statistic command is

executed.

Expected result: The expected result is for TPM Chip Presence: Normal. Example of the response to the above command should be similar to the output shown below.

System reboot

To reboot the system, as a root user logged in to the system, enter the root@WR-IDP-xxxx:~# reboot reboot at the

command prompt.

Expected result: System reboots back to the login prompt successfully.

System PowerOff

Run the root@WR-IDP-xxxx:~# shutdown now command to shuts down the system.

Expected result: System shuts down successfully.

Network Interface

To determine the default supported network interface, type the root@WR-IDP-xxxx:~# ifconfig at the command prompt.

Expected result: The following are the default network interfaces supported out of the box.

br-lan eth0 eth1

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lo wlan0

Network configuration and default setup

The following commands can be used to configure different network interfaces on the system with Wind River Linux on it.

Network configuration on Wind River Linux IDP 3.1 environment can be performed through the LuCi web interface.

NOTE: The LuCi web interface supported in the default OS image.

The user can reach the LuCi web interface on the system using the https://< IP-Address-of-eth0-interface-of-the-gateway > following URL from a different system with a web browser and the system should be on the same network or connected to the systems network through proxy.

The default login credentials to the LuCi web interface are root/root. The IP address of the eth0 network port can be identified

by performing the ifconfigcommand on the Linux terminal.

Network interface configuration

The Edge Gateway contains the following default network configurations:

br-lan Bridged LAN Interface

eth0 Wired LAN interface 0

eth1 Wired LAN Interface 1

lo Loop back interface

wlan0 Wireless LAN (or Wi-Fi) interface mode

eth0 Wired LAN Interface. By default eth0 interface is configured to be DHCP client interface. When this ethernet port is connected to a DHCP server, this interface obtains an IP address from the DHCP server.

Run the root@WR-IDP-xxxx:~# ifconfig eth0 command to identify the IP address. The network IP interface information is

available under inet addr: x.x.x.x where x.x.x.x is the IP address of the system.

eth1 Wired LAN interface. The default configuration for the second wired ethernet interface eth1 serves as DHCP server and provides IP addresses to any device requesting IP address from the system. The devices requesting DHCP addresses get IP addresses in the range of 192.168.1.x subnet. The default DHCP server is at 192.168.1.1 address. For reconfiguring this

network interface by logging in to the LuCi web interface.

Wlan0 Wireless LAN or Wi-Fi interface. The default configuration for the WLAN0 interface on the system with Wind River Linux is in access point (AP) mode. The mode can be changed to client mode through LuCi web interface.

Br-lan The bridged LAN interface. By default, the bridge interface is configured to bridge ethernet eth1 and the WLAN0 interface, so any devices that would like to connect to the system in WiFi mode or through eth1 wired mode can obtain IP addresses

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through the system. The issued IP addresses by the access point and eth1 interface are in the 192.168.1.x subnet. The default

access point SSID for the access point is IDPDK-5591. The bridge configuration can be modified using LuCi web interface. Follow Intel/Wind Rivers documentation for more details on configuring, WAN, WLAN, and br-LAN network interfaces using LuCi web interface.

Bluetooth configuration

The system supports an integrated Bluetooth network interface. The Bluetooth network can be configured using LuCI web interface on the Wind River Linux OS. To configure Bluetooth interface on the system with Wind River Linux OS.

1. Log in to the LuCI web interface as identified in the steps referenced in the previous sections.

2. Bluetooth configuration is supported under Network tab drop-down menu Bluetooth of the Web Interface.

Enable Bluetooth interface in this page and hit Scan to identify nearby other Bluetooth enabled devices.

Wireless WAN network interface configuration

Add-on modules can be installed on the Edge Gateway system to get Wireless WAN (WWAN) connectivity.

4G-LTE Interface using Telit LE910 module for carrier AT&T

4G-LTE Interface using Telit LE910 module for carrier Verizon

HSPA+ Interface using Telit HE910 module

LE910 WWAN connection configuration

Follow the Service Manual to install the LE910 module and the corresponding carrier SIM card in the system. After the module and SIM card is installed, activate the WWAN connectivity by:

NOTE: The default Wind River Linux OS image currently uses AT commands to configure WWAN interface and LTE connectivity.

NOTE: LuCi web interface currently does not support configuring the WWAN interface.

Identifying installed WWAN module and Carrier

To identify the serial interface on the installed LE910 modules tty ACM interface, using dmesg command: # dmesg | grep i ttyacm

The system may contain more than one USB ACM device other than Telit LE910 or Telit HE910 module. Based on the output for the dmesg command, identify the ttyacm ports that were enumerated, for example, below is the output for dmesg | grep i ttypacm command for more than one USB ACM device on the system.

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Launch minicom terminal utility on the system with one of the USB ACM device port to identify that we have the correct USB ACM device for Telit LE910 device before configuring the device, e.g. below shows how to launch minicom with ttyACM1 as interface:

# minicom D /dev/ttyACM1 Inside minicom, type the following AT command to identify if it is the Telit device AT+GMI If the response to the above command is Telit, then you have identified the correct device ttyacm port.

If the output is not Telit or Error, then you have to exit out of minicom and start minicom with a different port like e.g. /dev/ ttyACM0 or /dev/ttyACM3 etc,

Example of starting minicom with /dev/ttyACM1 as port of communication below.

root@WR-IDP-0A1D:~# root@WR-IDP-0A1D:~# minicom -D /dev/ttyACM1

Configuring the WWAN carrier parameters

Inside minicom terminal, the following AT commands have to be issued in sequence to configure the LTE module, the line with DESCRIPTION are references to the AT commands to type and are not to be entered as a part of the AT commands themselves

DESCRIPTION: Check that the SIM is inserted and PIN is unlocked using the at+cpin? command

DESCRIPTION: If the SIM is locked with a PIN the at+cpin=1234 AT command can be used to unlock the SIM. Where the SIM

PIN is 1234, if the PIN is different, use appropriate PIN number in the command below.

DESCRIPTION : Setting up the APN. NCM can be activated using every available CID,

NOTE: Skip this step for Verizon as it is preprogrammed (use AT+CGDCONT? to identify if the CID3 is vzwinternet).

The at+cgdcont=3,"IP","broadband" command has to be issued for AT&T based SIM. In the command, 3 is the

CID(Connection ID), this can be between 1 to 5, 3 is shown to keep the value consistent between VZ and ATT based solution. IP in

the command indicates the TCP-IP protocol. broadband in the command is the name assigned by AT&T as a network ID or APN to

connect to logically, this name is assigned by the carrier.

DESCRIPTION : Check the state of the modem

at+cops? at+cgatt?

DESCRIPTION: Run the at#ncm=1,3 command to enable NCM on CID 3 (this command must be sent on a USB instance (in this

case USB0 or USB3)

DESCRIPTION: Run the at#ncm=1,3 to activete the PDP context.

DESCRIPTION: Read IP address, Gateway address and DNS address from the module

at+cgcontrdp=3 REPONSE: +CGCONTRDP: 3,6,"vzwinternet.mnc480.mcc311.gprs","100.176.244.64.255.255.255.0","100.176.244.65","10.133 .17.210","0.0.0.0","0.0.0.0","0.0.0.0" OK

Establishing LTE WWAN connectivity

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Description: The following are a capture from a sample session that was performed on a Edge Gateway platform with default Wind River Linux OS image to establish LTE connectivity using Verizon LE910 module and Verizon SIM card. The commands highlighted were typed and the other is response from the system. For AT&T LE910 module and AT&T SIM environment use broadband to replace vzwinternet in the following set of commands.

In order to open up additional Linux terminal in Wind River Linux, press Alt-F2 key, this will take you to another Linux login prompt. Login using your root/root credentials.

Command typing is highlighted in Itlaics

root@WR-IntelligentDevice:~# minicom -D /dev/ttyACM0 Welcome to minicom 2.7 OPTIONS: I18n Compiled on 16:20:45. Port /dev/ttyACM0, 21:33:05 Press CTRL-A Z for help on special keys at+cgdcont=3,"IPV4V6","vzwinternet" OK at+cgdcont? +CGDCONT: 1,"IPV4V6","vzwims","",0,0 +CGDCONT: 2,"IPV4V6","vzwadmin","",0,0 +CGDCONT: 3,"IPV4V6","vzwinternet","",0,0

OK at#ncm=1,3 OK at+cgact=1,3 OK at+cgcontrdp=3 +CGCONTRDP: 3,7,"vzwinternet.mnc480.mcc311.gprs","100.106.47.7.255.0.0.0","100.1 06.47.8","198.224.157.135","0.0.0.0","0.0.0.0","0.0.0.0" +CGCONTRDP: 3,7,"vzwinternet.mnc480.mcc311.gprs","254.128.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.71.4 6.110.1.1.255.255.255.255.255.255.255.255.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0","0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0. 0.0.0.0.0.0","198.224.157.135","0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0","0.0.0.0.0.0.0. 0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0","0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0"

OK ^A X Y

root@WR-IntelligentDevice:~# ifconfig wwan0 100.106.47.7 netmask 255.0.0.0 up root@WR-IntelligentDevice:~# route add default gw 100.106.47.8 wwan0 root@WR-IntelligentDevice:~# echo nameserver 198.224.157.135 >>/etc/resolv.conf root@WR-IntelligentDevice:~# minicom -D /dev/ttyACM0 Welcome to minicom 2.7 OPTIONS: I18n Compiled on Dec 17 2015, 16:20:45. Port /dev/ttyACM0, 21:33:05 Press CTRL-A Z for help on special keys at+cgdata="M-RAW_IP",3 CONNECT OK ^A X Y root@WR-IntelligentDevice:~# ping 8.8.8.8 PING 8.8.8.8 (8.8.8.8) 56(84) bytes of data. 64 bytes from 8.8.8.8: icmp_seq=1 ttl=52 time=36.9 ms 64 bytes from 8.8.8.8: icmp_seq=3 ttl=52 time=33.5 ms 64 bytes from 8.8.8.8: icmp_seq=4 ttl=52 time=31.2 ms 64 bytes from 8.8.8.8: icmp_seq=5 ttl=52 time=32.6 ms ^C --- 8.8.8.8 ping statistics --- 5 packets transmitted, 4 received, 20% packet loss, time 4004ms rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 31.276/33.585/36.903/2.078 ms Disable WWAN0 Connection

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Description: The following method can be used to disable or delete the WWAN connection that was setup using the descriptions mentioned in the previous sections.

1. Launch minicom as defined in the other sections and choose the appropriate ttyACM port for the Telit module

2. Inside the minicom terminal send the following AT commands

At+gmi (to make sure it is the Telit module) At+cgatt=0 (Response should be NO CARRIER) AT+cgatt=1

3. Exit out of the minicom terminal by pressing Ctrl-A, Z and X.

4. On the Linux prompt enter the # ifconfig wwan0 down command to disable wwan0.

Sample Session to disable WWAN0 Connection:

root@WR-IntelligentDevice:~# minicom -D /dev/ttyACM0 Welcome to minicom 2.7 OPTIONS: I18n Compiled on Dec 17 2015, 16:20:45. Port /dev/ttyACM0, 21:33:05 Press CTRL-A Z for help on special keys at+cgact=0,3 OK ^A X Y root@WR-IntelligentDevice:~# ifconfig wwan0 down

HE910 (HSPA+) WWAN connection configuration

Description: Follow the hardware installation guide to install the HE910 module and the corresponding carrier SIM card in the system. Once the hardware module and the SIM are installed follow the instructions below to activate 3G HSPA+ connectivity.

The HSPA connection on Wind River Linux can be activated using the following UCI command set or through LuCi web interface. Below are samples steps to configure 3G WWAN interface:

1. Checking the network configuration.

root@WR-IDP-XXXX:~# cat /etc/config/network ...

config interface 'wwan' option ifname '3g-wwan' option proto '3g' option device '/dev/ttyACM0' option ppp_redial 'demand' option defaultroute '1' option peerdns '1' option service 'umts_first' option sconnservice 'UMTS' option dialnumber '*99***1#'

config device 'modem_cell' option name 'modem_cell' option present 'Yes' option protoall '3g' option pppddev '/dev/ttyACM0' option statedev '/dev/ttyACM3' option Manufacturer 'Telit' option Product 'HE910' option Vendor '1bc7' option ProdID '0021' option SerialNumber '357164040868450' option Rev '12.00.004'

config device 'sim_card' option name 'sim_card' option present 'No

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2. Add apn according to the SIM card operator. For e.g. "3gnet" for China Unicom

root@WR-IDP-XXXX:~# uci set network.wwan.apn="3gnet" root@WR-IDP-XXXX:~# uci commit network root@WR-IDP-XXXX:~# uci get network.wwan.apn3gnet

3. Setup WWAN interface.

restart wwan interface: root@WR-IDP-XXXX:~# ifdown wwan ; ifup wwan

or

restart all interfaces: root@WR-IDP-XXXX:~# systemctl restart netifd 4. Step 2 and Step 3 can also be performed through in LuCi web interface.

On the WWAN tab. Set APN first, and then click Save & Apply button to apply the changes as shown in the sample LuCi web interface.

5. Check the 3g-wwan interface is ready.

root@WR-IDP-XXXX:~# ifconfig 3g-wwan 3g-wwanLink encap:Point-to-Point Protocol inet addr:10.3.203.207 P-t-P:10.3.203.207 Mask:255.255.255.255 UP POINTOPOINT RUNNING NOARP MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1 RX packets:238 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0 TX packets:322 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0 collisions:0 txqueuelen:3 RX bytes:35017 (34.1 KiB) TX bytes:35054 (34.2 KiB)

Register Edge Gateway at Intel Developer Hub

The Edge Gateway 5000 series with Wind River Linux IDP 3.1 supports Developer Hub portal within the Edge Gateway. This portal can be used for performing variety of configuration functions on the Edge Gateway along with using it for developing software layers on top of the base Wind River Linux OS Image, sensor devices integration to the Edge Gateway and hardening of the combined application / base OS image for deployment.

The developer portal has to be used for registering the Edge Gateway 5000 at Intel Marketplace to obtain credentials to connect to the software package update repository. The following are the two key URLs required for developer solutions on the Edge Gateway using Wind River Linux IDP.

http://shopiotmarketplace.com : This is registration site for registering your Gateway device with Wind River Linux and obtaining credentials for Windshare repository access for package updates.

NOTE: For Edge Gateway with Wind River Linux OS image solution, your (customers) point of contact should have already registered your contact information at Intel IoT Marketplace and you should have received notification from Intel marketplace on procedure for you to get login credentials to Windshare repository from where software packages and updates to Wind River Linux OS can be obtained. If you have not received notification from Intel IoT Marketplace, contact your sales point of contact to get you registered.

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Some of the detailed documentation on how to develop for Wind River Linux OS image based Edge Gateway 5000 solution and how to utilize built in Developer Hub are available at www.intel.com/gatewaytraining please refer to that site for more details.

The following steps gives basic guidelines to follow once you receive your Edge Gateway 5000 product with Wind River Linux IDP 3.1 base OS image.

The Edge Gateway 5000 product with Wind River Linux IDP 3.1 base image from the factory is shipped with particular version of the RCPL package(RCPL 13) from Wind River. The RCPL versions from Wind River are periodically updated by the Wind River team and it is recommended for the Edge Gateway user/customers to upgrade to the latest version of RCPL by following the procedure/steps indicated below before developing software stack and middleware on top of the OS image. The latest RCPL image provides security updates and other bug fixes for the software packages.

Connect the Ethernet WAN port ETH1 of your Edge Gateway 5000 series platform that came with factory installed Wind River Linux OS image to an internet connected router that can assign a DHCP address to the Gateways ETH1 interface. Make sure this connection has direct internet access outside of firewall and proxy connection during initial setup.

Login into the OS using default root/root credentials on the Edge Gateway. Find out the IP address of the ETH1 interface using ifconfig.

In the linux prompt enter the root@WR-IDP-XXXX:~# smart update command to update the package cache and default repository channel. The smart update command updates the cache of already included update channels and repository.

Enter the root@WR-IDP-XXXX: smart channel --list to list the default channels supported by the factory image on the Edge Gateway.

At this point, with another browser enabled PC system connected to the same network as the Edge Gateway , type in the IP address of ETH1 interface on the browser URL address, i.e. http:// . Default evaluation of this was performed using Google Chrome browser, if available use Chrome browser.

A pop-up window shows up with requiring the user to login. Log in to the browser window using "gwuser" as username and "gwuser" as password.

Read license agreement and follow instructions to continue.

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Select the packages tab inside the IoT Developer Hub, search for iot-developer-hub package and select to update that package only, it is not necessary to update other packages at this time. Give few minutes for package to download and update.

After update if the browser session terminates or logs the user out, follow the procedure above to log back in into the web interface. Since the update might be happening it might take couple of minutes to re-connect for the web interface to respond, wait until the interface allows to log the user back in.

Once logged back into the developer hub, go into the "Administration" tab and choose "Upgrade to Pro" option. This tab updates all the Pro Packages from Wind River that are already licensed and available free to install with the Edge Gateway 5000 series product with Wind River OS license.

When Upgrade to Pro is selected, the user will be asked to enter Wind River credentials for Windshare repository. The users sales contact should have already registered your contact information with Intel/Wind River and the user should have received email notification from Intel / Wind River describing the procedure and process to obtain the Windshare repository credential from Intel/Wind River.

If you have not gotten such email, contact your sales contact to get you through the registration process to obtain credentials for the Windshare repository.

When the WindShare credentials are entered, additional set of repositories from where packages can be downloaded are added to the channel list. The additional set of channels can be reviewed by using the smart command in the Linux prompt smart channel -list.

Once the Wind River credentials are entered during the Upgrade to Pro package selection, the upgrade process should continue and would take some amount of time to complete. Wait for few minutes for the upgrade to complete.

Once upgrade to Pro packages are complete, exit out of the browser and clear browser cookies and cache, re-login back into the Developer Hub using the procedure described above and under "Administration " tab choose "Install OS Updates". The system might ask for Windshare Pro credentials, re-enter the Windshare repository credentials obtained as describe in the steps above.

At this point the system should check for update availability in the Windshare repository and would indicate if any updates are available, if available initiate the update process using the Install OS Updates. Such updates could take possibly up to an hour or more depending on your network connection. Let the system update to complete and make sure the internet connection is continuous.

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Once the update of the OS is complete, the Edge Gateway should reboot and now the system should be upgraded to the latest RCPL release available for the Edge Gateway 5000 product at the Windshare repository. At this point the user should have an environment ready to develop other layers of applications on top of the Edge Gateway 5000 system.

Below are some of the sample screenshots of the Developer Hub web interface described in the steps above.

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The package tab indicates installed packages on the platform, update to the packages can be performed and additional repository channels can be added through the developer hub portal.

Common port mappings on Edge Gateway 5000 with Wind River OS

Serial Port Mapping

Description: The following table show the serial port mapping on the Edge Gateway 5000 platform installed with Dell factory installed Wind River Linux OS image. For dip switch setting on the Edge Gateway for RS422 and RS485 ports please refer to appropriate hardware installation guide document.

NOTE: Device nodes are ordered by port position starting from the leftmost RS232 port.

Table 5. Device nodes of serial ports on the Edge Gateway 5000 series

No. Port Type Connector Device Node

1 RS232 DB9 /dev/ttyS0

2 RS422_485 5 pin terminal /dev/ttyS4

3 RS485 3 pin terminal /dev/ttyS5

4 RS485 3 pin terminal /dev/ttyS2

Edge Gateway I/O Module GPIO Mapping

Description: The GPIOs on the Edge Gateway are managed through GPIO driver on the OS. The cloud LED on the Edge Gateway is attached to one of the GPIOs and below are the steps on how to control the cloud LED in Wind River Linux OS.

1. Export Cloud LED PIN:

root@WR-IDP-XXXX:~# echo 346 > /sys/class/gpio/export root@WR-IDP-XXXX:~# echo out > /sys/class/gpio/gpio346/direction

2. Turn on Cloud LED:

root@WR-IDP-XXXX:~# echo 1 > /sys/class/gpio/gpio346/value 3. Turn off Cloud LED:

root@WR-IDP-XXXX:~# echo 0 > /sys/class/gpio/gpio346/value

Edge Gateway I/O Module based GPIO Mapping

Description: The GPIOs on the external I/O module for the Edge Gateway are behind PIC microcontroller. The PIC microcontroller is exposed to the host system and to the host OS as a USB-HID device. Software application developed to communicate with the GPIOs may use the protocol defined in following set of references to communicate with the GPIO modules. There are no native application software available on the factory OS image that communicates with the IO module GPIOs.

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The I/O module GPIO mapping and references will be provided as a separate technical sheet and article and will be released at the support web portal for user/customer reference.

Edge Gateway I/O Module PCIe expansion mapping

Description: The PCIe slot on the external I/O module for the Edge Gateway are driven directly from the host PCIe bus. Since it is generic PCIe expansion there are no PCIe device specific drivers integrated into the Wind River Linux OS image. If there are specific PCIe card used on this slot, contact the vendor of that PCIe card to verify if they have Linux drivers and if that is a kernel mode driver such driver may have to be ported to Wind River Linux OS environment which uses 3.14 Linux kernel version on the Wind River Linux OS image shipped from the factory on the Edge Gateway.

Edge Gateway Zigbee Module Functions

Description: The Edge Gateway supports a USB Zigbee dongle as an optional add-on hardware. When the Zigbee dongle is present on the system it is enumerated to the OS as a USB device and accessed through cdc_acm kernel driver layer on the Wind River Linux host. There are no native application software on the factory installed OS image to perform Zigbee protocol for this device. A basic communication with the Zigbee module can be verified using minicom terminal interface application as well as to get basic information from the Zigbee dongle.

For example: The following command would launch minicom with device /dev/ttyACM6 assuming the Zigbee dongle is enumerated into /dev/ttyACM6 port.

root@WR-IDP-XXXX:~# minicom D /dev/ttyACM6 The Screenshot below shows the response from the Zigbee dongle when the Zigbee USB dongle is enumerated under /dev/ ttyACM6 port.

Sending an AT command inside minicom session should return an OK from the device.

Sending an ATI command inside the minicom session should return the module information like Telegesis ETRX 3588 etc.

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Edge Gateway CAN Module Functions

Description: The Edge Gateway supports an optional CAN module that is mounted inside the Edge Gateway itself. The CAN module is enumerated to the OS as a USB device as USB HID device to the Linux kernel driver layer on the Wind River Linux host. There are no native application software on the factory installed OS image to perform CAN protocol for this device.

The CAN module presence on the Edge Gateway can be identified by issuing lsusb command in the Linux prompt and looking for Microchip Technology Inc., based device.

For CAN communication protocols and software API references a separate set of references and articles will be provided outside of this document.

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5 System specifications

NOTE: Offerings may vary by country; not all configurations are available in all regions.

Component types

Component 5000 5100

PCB Standard FR4 Isola 370HR

CPU Intel E3825/E3827 Intel E3825/E3827

Memory Dell-managed Dell-managed

BIOS Flash Dell-managed 128 MB SPI FLASH Dell-managed 128 MB SPI FLASH

Super I/O Fintek F81960D-I Fintek F81960D-I

LAN on system-board Realtek RTL81191-CG Realtek RTL81191-CG

TPM Nuvoton NPCT6SO series Nuvoton NPCT6S4 series

SSD 60D3 LITEON 60D3 LITEON

WLAN MURATA/ LBEE5ZZ1EN MURATA/LBEE5ZZ1EN

WWAN TELIT/HE910, TELIT/LE910-SV, TELIT/ LE910

TELIT/HE910, TELIT/LE910-SV, TELIT/ LE910

Coin-cell battery CR2032 BR2032

Operating systems

Supported operating systems:

Microsoft Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSB

Ubuntu Core 16.04 and 15.04

Wind River Linux IDP-XT 3.1

Processor

5000/5100

Intel Atom E3825 X

Intel Atom E3827 X

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Memory

5000 5100

Type DDR3L DDR3L

Memory channel Single/dual Single/dual

Minimum memory 2 GB 2 GB

Maximum system memory 8 GB 4 GB

Drives and removable storage

5000/5100

Supported number of mSATA hard drives (maximum) 1

32GB M.2 Solid State Drive X

64GB M.2 Solid State Drive X

NOTE: For hard drives, GB means 1 billion bytes; actual capacity varies with pre-loaded material and operating environment and will be lower.

CommunicationsWLAN antenna

General specifications

Antenna type PCB Dipole

Number of ports 2

Frequency (GHz) 2.4 to 2.5 4.9 to 5.9

Voltage Standing Wave Ratio (VSWR) 2:1 2:1

Isolation (dB) > 20 > 20

Peak gain 3.5 dBi 5.0 dBi

Average gain on sphere (3D) > -4 dBi > -5 dBi

Polarization Linear

Efficiency > 55% > 55%

Mechanical and environmental specifications

Height 105.60 mm (4.16 in)

Diameter 36.20 mm (1.43 in)

IPX class IP65

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Mechanical and environmental specifications

Mounting Wall mounted

Connector type SMA male

Antenna color White

Cable type Plenum rated low loss RG58

Cable color White

Mounting bracket Swivel type (plastic)

Mounting bracket length (approximate) 175 mm (6.89 in)

Mounting bracket color Black

Pig tail length 500 mm 10 mm (19.69 in 0.39 in)

Coaxial cable specification

Impedance 50 2.00 ohms

Structural return loss -16 dB or better from 100-2500 MHz un-terminated sample (direct bridge method)

Nominal RTL reference -16 dB or better to 6.0 GHz

Dielectric Foam FEP

Dielectric (outer diameter) 2.79 mm 0.076 mm (0.110 in 0.003 in)

Velocity of propagation 80%

Center conductor Solid copper, 0.94 mm 0.025 mm (0.037 in 0.001 in)

Shield #1 Foil, aluminium/poly tape, adhered to dielectric

Diameter over foil 3.02 mm 0.07 mm (0.119 in 0.003 in)

Shield #2 Braid, 90% 36-AWG tin/copper

Outer jacket Plenum PVDF, off-white, lead-free, and UV stable

Outer diameter 4.52 mm 0.15 mm (0.178 in 0.006 in)

PLENUM rating CMP(ETL)C(ETL)

Attenuation dB/100 feet (nominal reference values) 8.0 dB@ 450 MHz

12.5 dB @900 MHz

19.6 dB@ l.8 GHz

23.6 dB @ 2.5 GHz

23.0 dB @ 3.0 GHz

27.5 dB @ 4.0 GHz

31.0 dB @ 5.0 GHz

35.0 dB @ 6.0 GHz

Installation temperature -20C (-4F) to +65C (149F)

Operating temperature -30C (-22F) to +65C (149F)

CC pullout 6 pound-force minimum, 16 pound-force maximum

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Coaxial cable specification

Jacket pullout 4.5 pound-force minimum on 76.2 mm (3 in) section at 12.7 mm (0.5 in) per minute

Minimum bend radius 12.7 mm (0.5 in) static bend

Leakage -90 dB

CommunicationsWWAN antenna

General specifications

Antenna type

PCB Dipole

Number of ports

2

Frequency (MHz)

698-803 791-862 824-894 880-960 1710- 1880 1850- 1990 1710- 2155 1920- 2170 2500- 2690

VSWR 2:1

Isolation (dB)

> 15

Peak gain < 5.0dBi < 5.0dBi <5.0dBi < 3.7dBi < 5.0dBi < 3.3dBi <3.3dBi < 5.0dBi < 5.0dBi

Average gain on sphere (3D)

> -3 dBi

Polarization Linear

Efficiency > 40%

Mechanical and environmental specifications

Height 254 mm (10 in)

Diameter 41 mm (1.61 in)

Weight 820 g (with mounting holder)

IPX class IP65

Mounting Wall mounted

Connector type SMA male

Antenna color White

Cable type Plenum rated low loss RG58

Cable color White

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Mechanical and environmental specifications

Mounting bracket Swivel type (plastic)

Mounting bracket length (approximate) 175 mm (6.89 in)

Mounting bracket color Black

Pig tail length 1000 mm (39.37 in)

Coaxial cable specification

Impedance 50 2.0 ohms

Structural return loss -16 dB or better from 100-2500 MHZ un-terminated sample (direct bridge method)

Nominal RTL reference -16 dB or better to 6.0 GHz

Dielectric Foam FEP

Dielectric (outer diameter) 2.79 mm 0.076 mm (0.110 in 0.003 in)

Velocity of propagation 80%

Center conductor Solid copper, 0.94 mm 0.025 mm (0.037 in 0.001 in)

Shield #1 Foil, aluminium/poly tape, adhered to dielectric

Diameter over foil 3.02 mm 0.07 mm (0.119 in 0.003 in)

Shield #2 Braid, 90% 36-AWG tin/copper

Outer jacket Plenum PVDF, off-white, lead-free, and UV stable

Outer diameter 4.52 mm 0.15 mm (0.178 in 0.006 in)

Outer Jacket Plenum PVDF, Off-white, lead free, and UV stable

Outer Diameter 4.52 mm 0.15 mm (0.178 in 0.006 in)

PLENUM rating CMP(ETL)C(ETL)

Attenuation dB/100 feet (nominal reference values) 8.0 dB@ 450 MHz

12.5 dB @900 MHz

19.6 dB@ l.8 GHz

23.6 dB @ 2.5 GHz

23.0 dB @ 3.0 GHz

27.5 dB @ 4.0 GHz

31.0 dB @ 5.0 GHz

35.0 dB @ 6.0 GHz

Installation temperature -20C (-4F) to +65C (149F)

Operating temperature -30C (-22F) to +65C (149F)

CC pullout 6 pound-force minimum, 16 pound-force maximum

Jacket pullout 4.5 pound-force minimum on 76.2 mm (3 in) section at 12.7 mm (0.5 in) per minute

Minimum bend radius 12.7 mm (0.5 in) static bend

Leakage -90 dB

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Measured antenna peak gain (antenna only)

Main antenna Auxiliary antenna

Frequency (MHz) Horizontal (dBi) Vertical (dBi) Horizontal (dBi) Vertical (dBi)

698 0.09 0.63 1.19 1.12

704 -0.11 0.66 0.89 0.91

710 -0.27 0.60 0.51 0.78

716 -0.08 0.55 0.42 0.86

734 0.17 0.57 0.68 0.97

740 0.35 0.60 0.86 0.99

746 0.38 0.92 1.00 1.03

734 0.49 1.12 1.16 1.10

740 0.67 1.42 1.39 1.11

746 0.95 1.56 1.51 1.20

756 1.48 2.10 1.63 1.53

765 1.81 2.42 1.64 1.63

772 1.93 2.47 1.40 1.57

777 2.00 2.50 1.33 1.60

782 1.85 2.36 1.02 1.48

787 1.67 2.25 0.73 1.43

791 1.62 2.21 0.90 1.37

806 1.69 2.34 1.68 1.61

821 1.70 2.02 1.97 1.91

824 1.63 1.93 1.91 1.91

836 1.65 1.65 1.80 1.71

849 1.63 1.46 1.79 1.40

862 1.65 1.34 2.01 1.19

869 1.60 1.26 2.07 1.04

880 1.72 1.24 2.16 1.09

894 1.69 1.06 2.15 0.96

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Measured antenna peak gain (antenna only)

900 1.71 1.00 2.13 0.94

915 1.65 1.03 1.87 0.82

925 1.57 1.16 1.61 0.74

940 1.30 1.36 1.24 0.60

960 1.43 1.31 0.98 0.69

1710 2.19 2.18 1.83 2.39

1730 2.25 2.29 1.66 2.36

1750 1.90 2.15 1.39 2.29

1770 1.33 1.91 0.97 1.83

1785 0.88 1.76 0.66 1.50

1805 0.40 1.59 0.34 1.26

1840 -0.12 1.49 -0.01 1.18

1850 -0.06 1.58 0.04 1.18

1880 0.36 1.65 0.51 1.49

1910 0.72 1.76 0.90 1.81

1920 0.86 1.85 0.91 1.99

1930 1.01 1.89 0.95 2.15

1950 1.29 2.16 0.99 2.28

1960 1.23 2.32 0.91 2.29

1980 0.98 2.43 0.95 2.19

1995 0.35 2.22 0.74 1.80

2110 0.72 1.06 1.37 1.28

2140 0.82 1.08 1.58 1.31

2170 1.15 1.22 1.85 1.18

2300 2.23 2.40 2.97 1.63

2325 1.76 2.18 2.48 1.74

2350 1.44 1.74 2.08 1.66

2375 1.26 1.59 1.84 1.46

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Measured antenna peak gain (antenna only)

2400 1.29 1.91 1.85 1.63

2500 3.17 2.75 2.94 2.47

2515 3.11 2.62 2.78 2.47

2535 2.88 2.42 2.55 2.48

2555 2.51 2.09 2.18 2.46

2570 2.21 1.91 1.92 2.46

2570 2.21 1.91 1.92 2.46

2595 1.89 1.65 1.56 2.45

2620 1.69 1.68 1.44 2.35

2620 1.69 1.68 1.44 2.35

2630 1.80 1.76 1.43 2.41

2655 1.78 1.82 1.63 2.60

2680 1.98 2.20 2.02 2.59

2690 2.07 2.38 2.17 2.55

Graphics/video controller

5000/5100

Intel integrated graphics

External ports and connectors NOTE: For locations of ports and connectors, see System views.

NOTE: For RS422 and RS485:

Termination is 120-ohms between the members of the differential pair when enabled.

Bias is 4.7k pull-up (5V)/pull-down (GND) when enabled.

Number of ports Manufacturer part number

RS-232 1 None

RS-485 2 Molex 39530-5503

https://www.molex.com/

NOTE: This part number is for reference only and is subjected to change.

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Number of ports Manufacturer part number

RS-422/RS-485 combo (configurable via DIP switches)

1 Molex 39530-5505

https://www.molex.com/

NOTE: This part number is for reference only and is subjected to change.

Network connector (RJ-45)Dual gigabit ethernet

2 None

HDMI Port 1.4 1 None

Line out for headphones or speakers None None

Universal audio jack None None

USB 2.0 2 None

USB 3.0 1 None

CANBus (3pin Phoenix connector) 1 Molex 39530-5503

https://www.molex.com/

NOTE: This part number is for reference only and is subjected to change.

Dimensions and weight

NOTE: System weight and shipping weight are based on a typical configuration and may vary depending on PC configuration. A typical configuration includes: integrated graphics, one hard drive, and one optical drive.

Product dimensions and weight

5000 5100 IO module Power module IP65 rugged enclosure

Volume (Liters) 3.167 L 3.675 L 2.14 L 1.634 L 13.62 L

Weight 3.0 kg (6.6 lb) 3.3 kg (7.3 lb) 1.2 kg (2.6 lb) 1.4 kg (3.1 lb) 6.3 kg (13.9 lb)

Height 228.4 mm (8.99 in) 228.4 mm (8.99 in) 207.60 mm (8.17 in) 117.80 mm (4.64 in) 388 mm (15.28 in)

Width 216 mm (8.50 in) 216 mm (8.50 in) 216 mm (8.50 in) 216 mm (8.50 in) 440 mm (17.46 in)

Depth 64.20 mm (2.52 in) 74.50 mm (2.93 in) 47.70 mm (1.88 in) 64.20 mm (2.53 in) 79.80 mm (3.14 in)

NOTE: The dimensions for the enclosure do not include the latches and wall bracket on the back of the enclosure. The wall bracket adds 5 mm (0.04 inches) to the depth.

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Packaging dimensions and weight

5000 5100 IO Module Power module IP65 rugged enclosure

Height 34.4 cm (13.56 in) 34.4 cm (13.56 in) 25.4 cm (10 in) 25.4 cm (10 in) 52.7 cm (20.75 in)

Width 29.5 cm (11.63 in) 29.5 cm (11.63 in) 13.2 cm (5.2 in) 11.4 cm (4.49 in) 15.9 cm (6.26 in)

Depth 15.6 cm (6.13 in) 15.6 cm (6.13 in) 18.1 cm (7.12 in) 18.1 cm (7.12 in) 52 cm (20.47 in)

Shipping weight (includes packaging materials)

3.8 kg (8.38 lb) 3.8 kg (8.38 lb) 1.48 kg ( 3.26 lb) 1.63 kg ( 3.59 lb) 7.79 kg (17.17 lb)

NOTE: The antenna is shipped in a separate accessory box along with your Edge Gateway.

Mounting dimensions

5000 5100 IO module Power module IP65 rugged enclosure

Height 246 mm (9.69 in) 246 mm (9.69 in) 246 mm (9.69 in) 246 mm (9.69 in) 458.2 mm (18.04 in)

Width 228.4 mm (8.99 in) 228.4 mm (8.99 in) 228.2 mm (8.98 in) 130.8 mm (5.15 in) 405.6 mm (15.97 in)

Depth 72.7 mm (2.86 in) 83 mm (3.27 in) 56.2 mm (2.21 in) 72.7 mm (2.86 in) 91.8 mm (3.61 in)

Environmental and operating conditions

Environmental conditionsSystem

Environmental requirements

Ingress protection rating IP50

Temperature range:

Operating (with a maximum temperature gradation of 15C per hour)

Edge Gateway 5000

0C to 50C (32F to 122F) when connected to a 24 V AC/DC power source.

0C to 40C (32F to 104F) when connected to a power adapter or battery.

Edge Gateway 5100

-30C to 70C (-22F to 158F) when connected to a 24 V AC/DC power source.

0C to 40C (32F to 104F) when connected to a power adapter or battery.

NOTE: The maximum operating temperature is derated 1C/305 m (1000 ft) above sea level altitude.

Non-operating -40C to 85C (-40F to 185 F)

Relative humidity (maximum):

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Environmental requirements

Operating (with maximum humidity gradation of 10% per hour)

10% to 90% (non-condensing)

Non-operating ((with maximum humidity gradation of 10% per hour)

5% to 95% (non-condensing)

Altitude (maximum, unpressurized):

Operating -15.2 m to 5000 m (-50 ft to 16,404 ft)

NOTE: The maximum operating temperature is derated 1C/305 m (1000 ft) above sea level altitude.

Storage -15.2 m to 10,668 m (-50 ft to 35,000 ft)

Environmental conditionsIO module

Environmental requirements

Ingress protection rating IP50

NOTE: Enclosure meets IP50 with the pre-installed PCIe blank bracket. System IP rating depends on the PCIe card IP rating.

Temperature range:

Operating (with a maximum temperature gradation of 15C per hour)

-30C to 70C (-22F to 158F)

NOTE: The maximum operating temperature is derated 1C/305 m(1000 ft) above sea level altitude.

NOTE: The enclosure meets this specification without a PCIe card. Operating temperature may change if a PCIe card is installed.

NOTE: Any component to be installed in the IO module shall have a still air temperature rating that is equal to or higher than the PCIe card temperature rating. For IO modules without PCIe cards, use a system ambient temperature of +3C (+37.4F) to determine the inside air temperature.

Non-operating -40C to 85C (-40F to 185 F)

Relative humidity (maximum):

Operating (with maximum humidity gradation of 10% per hour)

10% to 90% (non-condensing)

Non-operating (with maximum humidity gradation of 10% per hour)

5% to 95% (non-condensing)

Altitude (maximum, unpressurized):

Operating -15.2 m to 5000 m (-50 ft to 16,404 ft)

NOTE: The maximum operating temperature is derated 1C/305 m (1000 ft) above sea level altitude.

Storage -15.20 m to 10,668 m (-50 ft to 35,000 ft)

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Supported PCIe card powerPCIe card temperatures and power ratings must meet following requirements:

System ambient after altitude derating (C/F)

Maximum supported power dissipation (W) for 85C (185F) or above still air rated PCIe cards

Maximum supported power dissipation (W) for 70C (158F) still air rated PCIe cards

Maximum supported power dissipation (W) for 55C (131F) still air rated PCIe cards

20/68 15 12 8

25/77 14 10 6

30/86 13 9 5

35/95 12 8 4

40/104 10 6 3

45/113 9 5 2

50/122 8 4 1

55/131 6 3 Not supported

60/140 5 2 Not supported

65/149 4 1 Not supported

70/158 3 Not supported Not supported

NOTE: PCIe cards must support still air environment and must not require active cooling.

NOTE: PCIe cards rated above 25 W are not supported regardless of temperature rating.

NOTE: If a PCIe card is rated at a temperature that is not shown in the table, use interpolation to calculate the maximum supported power.

NOTE: If a PCIe card is rated at a temperature greater than 85C (185F), it shall be treated as an 85C (185F) rated card in determining the supported power.

Environmental conditions - Power module

Environmental requirements

Ingress protection rating IP50

Temperature range:

Operating (with a maximum temperature gradation of 15C per hour)

-30C to 70C (-22F to 158F) when connected to a 24V AC/DC power source.

0C to 40C (32F to 104F) when connected to a power adapter or battery.

NOTE: The maximum operating temperature is derated 1C/305m(1000ft) above sea level altitude.

Non-operating -40C to 85C (-40F to 185 F)

Relative humidity (maximum):

Operating (with maximum humidity gradation of 10% per hour)

10% to 90% (non-condensing)

Non-operating ((with maximum humidity gradation of 10% per hour)

5% to 95% (non-condensing)

Altitude (maximum, unpressurized):

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Environmental requirements

Operating -15.2m to 5000m (-50ft to 16,404ft)

NOTE: The maximum operating temperature is derated 1C/305m (1000ft) above sea level altitude.

Storage -15.20 m to 10,668 m (-50 ft to 35,000 ft)

Environmental conditions - Enclosure

Environmental requirements

Ingress protection rating IP65

NOTE: Require IP65 or above conduit connection.

Temperature range:

Operating (with a maximum temperature gradation of 15C per hour)

Edge Gateway 5000: 0C to 45C (32F to 113F)

Edge Gateway 5100: -30C to 70C (-22F to 158F)

NOTE: The maximum operating temperature is derated 1C/305 m (1000 ft) above sea level altitude.

NOTE: The maximum operating temperature is derated 18C (64.4F) under direct solar thermal load.

Non-operating (with a maximum temperature gradation of 15C per hour)

-40C to 85C (-40F to 185 F)

Relative humidity (maximum):

Operating (with maximum humidity gradation of 10% per hour)

10% to 90% (non-condensing)

Non-operating ((with maximum humidity gradation of 10% per hour)

5% to 95% (non-condensing)

Altitude (maximum, unpressurized):

Operating -15.2 m to 5000 m (-50 ft to 16,404 ft)

NOTE: The maximum operating temperature is derated 1C/305 m (1000 ft) above sea level altitude.

Storage -15.2 m to 10,668 m (-50 ft to 35,000 ft)

Operating conditions

Maximum vibration

5000 5100

Operational 1.54 Grms, 15 min/side 1.54 Grms, 60 min/side

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Maximum shock

5000 5100

Operational 40 G, 2 ms 40 G, 2 ms

Non-operational 160 g, 2 ms Half Sine Shock 160 g, 2 ms Half Sine Shock

Maximum altitude

5000 5100

Operational -15.2 m to 5000 m (-50 ft to 16,404 ft) -15.2 m to 5000 m (-50 ft to 16,404 ft)

Non-operational -15.2 m to 10,668 m (-50 ft to 35,000 ft) -15.2 m to 10,668 m (-50 ft to 35,000 ft)

Power

Power adapter (optional)

General parameters

Power supply EPS Level V

Wattage 65 W

AC input voltage range 90-264 Vac

AC input current (low AC range/high AC range) 1.7 A/1.0 A

AC input frequency 47 Hz/63 Hz

Average efficiency (ESTAR 5.2 compliant) 87%

DC parameters

+19.5 v output 19.50 V/ 3.34 A

Total power (maximum) 65 W

BTUs/h (based on PSU max wattage) 222 BTU

Power-input tolerances

24V AC/DC +10% to -25% (26.4 V to 18.0 V)

Power moduleBattery connector ChargingCharging shuts down when the battery voltage reaches 14 V.

Powering the systemSystem will shutdown is the voltage from the battery is below 10 V.

GPIOs voltage levels

GPIO voltage levels

GPIO 2~9 Bi-directional I/O, Analog input

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GPIO voltage levels

3.3 V Schmitt-trigger input

3.3 V push-pull output

Minimum Maximum

Input low voltage (Vil) 0.00 V 0.66 V

Input high voltage (Vih) 2.15 V 3.30 V

Output low voltage (Vol) 0.00 V 0.40 V

Output high voltage (Voh) 2.40 V 3.30 V

Output sink/source current -9 mA (sink 9mA) 10 mA (source 10mA)

3.0 V CMOS coin-cell battery

Type Brand Voltage Composition

Edge Gateway 5000 CR2032 Jhih Hong 3 V Lithium

Panasonic 3 V Lithium

Mitsubitshi 3 V Lithium

Shun Wo & KTS 3 V Lithium

Edge Gateway 5100 BR2032 Panasonic 3 V Lithium

NOTE: Dell recommends checking or replacing the coin-cell battery prior to operation if the system has been disconnected from a power source for more than two years.

Security

5000/5100

Trusted Platform Module (TPM) TPM 1.2

TPM 2.0 (for Windows 10 only)

Chassis Intrusion Switch Available when system is installed in (optional) enclosure. When enclosure door is opened, a message appears in the BIOS during Power-On Self-Test (POST), indicating door is open. A log is also created.

NOTE: TPM is not available in all countries. Depending on your country regulations, TPM system boards may be unavailable.

Software

5000/5100

Dell Edge Device Manager (systems management) Optional

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Environmental

NOTE: For more details on Dell environmental features, see Dell's Environmental Compliance.

5000/5100

BFR/PVC-free No

Service and support NOTE: For more details on Dell service plans, see Dell service plans

5000/5100

One year base hardware warranty, with mail-in service Included

Basic extensions up to five years, with mail-in service Available

ProSupport extensions up to five years, with next business day on-site service

Available

NOTE: For a copy of our guarantees or limited warranties, write to Dell USA L.P., Attn: Warranties, One Dell Way, Round Rock, TX 78682. For more information, visit www.dell.com/warranty.

NOTE: Service may be provided by third-party. A technician will be dispatched if necessary following phone-based troubleshooting. Subject to parts availability, geographical restrictions and terms of service contract. Service timing dependent upon time of day call placed to Dell U.S.

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6 I/O Module Overview The I/O module allows you to install a PCIe x1 card and adds additional ports to your Dell Edge Gateway.

NOTE: The power module is required to be installed with the Dell Edge Gateway to enable and use the I/O expansion module.

IO module (optional) views

IO moduleFront

Features

1 IO module expansion connector and guide pin Connect the IO module to the Edge Gateway.

2 Power status light Indicates the power state of the IO module and the Edge Gateway.

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IO moduleTop

Features

1 Top release latch Push both the top and bottom release latches to disconnect the power module from the Edge Gateway.

2 USB 2.0 port For USB 2.0 devices.

3 USB 2.0 port For USB 2.0 devices.

4 GPIO port Connect a GPIO 8pin cable.

5 RS232 port Connect an RS232 cable.

6 Cable routing slot Route any cable(s) that has to be connected to the PCI card installed in the IO module.

GPIO connector mapping

Pin Signal PIC Pin Full Pin Name

1 GND

2 GPIO 1 AN22/RPE5/PMD5/RE5

3 GPIO 2 AN23/PMD6/RE6

4 GPIO 3 AN27/PMD7/RE7

5 GPIO 4 AN16/C1IND/RPG6/SCK2/ PMA5/RG6

6 GPIO 5 AN17/C1INC/RPG7/ PMA4/RG7

7 GPIO 6 AN18/C2IND/RPG8/ PMA3/RG8

8 GPIO 21 AN8/RPB8/CTED10/RB8

9 GPIO 22 AN9/RPB9/CTED4/ PMA7/RB9

10 GND

Manufacturer part number Molex 39530-5510

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https://www.molex.com/

NOTE: This part number is for reference only and is subjected to change.

RS232 port on IO expansion module connector mapping

Pin Signal Pin Signal

1 DCD 6 DSR

2 RXD 7 RTS

3 TXD 8 CTS

4 DTR 9 RI

5 GND

NOTE: This is a standard serial port connector.

IO moduleBottom

Features

1 Bottom release latch Push both the top and bottom release latches to disconnect the power module from the Edge Gateway.

2 PCIe x1 card slot Install PCIe x1 card on the IO module.

3 IO module cover removal screw Remove the screw to open the box and install the PCIe card.

Setting up the IO module CAUTION: Before touching anything inside the system, ground yourself by touching an unpainted metal surface. While you work, periodically touch an unpainted metal surface to dissipate static electricity, which could harm internal components.

NOTE: Install the PCIe expansion card in the IO expansion module before mounting it on wall mount or DIN rail.

1. Install the PCIe expansion card in the IO expansion moduleoptional.

For more information, see Installing the PCIe card into the IO module.

2. Attach either wall-mount brackets or a DIN rail mount to the power module as needed.

3. Remove the screw and the dust cap covering the power module expansion port on the Edge Gateway connector.

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4. Align the power module guide pins to the power module port on the Edge Gateway and slide the power module toward the Edge Gateway until fully seated.

5. Ensure the top and bottom latches are locked to secure the module to the Edge Gateway.

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6. Install the Edge Gateway and the IO module along with the power module at a desired location using a wall-mount bracket or the DIN rail mount.

Wall mount bracket

DIN rail mount

7. Connect to a power source, and press the power button.

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NOTE: Connect a power cable to the 24 V AC/DC or 19.5 V DC power adapter port on the power module.

NOTE: The power adapter and sealed lead-acid battery is sold separately.

NOTE: To enable and use the IO expansion module, you must also install the power module.

Installing the PCIe card into the IO module

CAUTION: Electrical and electronic devices are sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD). Exposure to ESD can harm your device and potentially cause it not to function properly. Ensure that you are properly grounded before handling the mobile broadband card.

NOTE: Install the PCIe expansion card in the IO expansion module before mounting it on a wall mount or DIN rail.

1. Open the IO module.

a. Remove the dust caps and loosen the access cover screw that secures the IO expansion module to the cover. b. Slide the module in the direction shown, and then carefully lift the top cover from the module.

CAUTION: Remove the cover carefully to avoid damaging the LED light cable, which is mounted on the bottom of the cover.

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2. Remove the PCIe expansion card-slot cover.

3. Install the PCIe card into the PCIe expansion card slot on the IO expansion module and secure with a screw.

4. Replace the cover on the IO expansion module.

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5. Tighten the screw that secures the cover to the IO expansion module.

NOTE: Replace the dust caps on any unused ports and connectors.

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7 Power Module Overview The power module allows you to connect additional power sources to your Dell Edge Gateway. The power module allows you to connect to all three power sources, that is, the 24V AC/DC, 19.5 VDC, and a battery.

NOTE: The Power Module is required to be installed with the Dell Edge Gateway to enable and use the I/O expansion module.

Power module (optional) views

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Power moduleFront

Features

1 Power status LED Indicates the powerstate of the power module and the Edge Gateway.

2 Battery status LED Indicates the powerstate of the attached battery.

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Power moduleBottom

Features

1 19.5 V DC power adapter port Connect a 19.5 V DC power adapter to provide power to your Edge Gateway.

2 24 V AC/DC power port Connect a 24 V AC/DC power source to power your Edge Gateway.

3 Sealed lead-acid battery port Connect an external battery to the power module to provide back-up power in case of power interruption.

4 Bottom release-latch Push both the top and bottom release-latches to disconnect the power module from the Edge Gateway.

19.5 V DC power adapter port

Pin Polarity

1 DC Negative

2 DC Positive

Manufacturer part number SINGATRON 2DC-S060-029F

http://www.singatron.com/

NOTE: This part number is for reference only and is subjected to change.

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24 V AC/DC power port

Pin Polarity

1 AC/DC-IN

2 Positive/Negative

Manufacturer part number Molex 39530-0502

https://www.molex.com/

NOTE: This part number is for reference only and is subjected to change.

Sealed lead-acid battery port

Pin Polarity

1 Battery status

2 Negative

3 Positive

Manufacturer part number Molex 39530-0503

https://www.molex.com/

NOTE: This part number is for reference only and is subjected to change.

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Power moduleTop

Features

1 Top release latch Push both the top and bottom release latches to disconnect the power module from the Edge Gateway.

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Power moduleRight

Features

1 Edge Gateway expansion port Connect the power module to the Edge Gateway for increased power options and to power the IO expansion module.

Setting up the power module WARNING: Before installing the power module, shut down the Edge Gateway and disconnect the power cable.

NOTE: To enable and use the IO expansion module, you must also install the power module.

1. Attach either wall-mount brackets or a DIN rail mounts to the power module as needed.

2. Remove the screw and the dust-cap covering the power module expansion port on the Edge Gateway connector.

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3. Align the power module guide pins to the power module port on the Edge Gateway and slide the power module until fully seated.

4. Ensure the top and bottom latches are locked to secure the module to the Edge Gateway.

5. Secure the power module to the wall or to the DIN rail.

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Wall mount bracket

DIN rail

6. Connect the power sources and press the power button on the Edge Gateway.

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NOTE: You can connect the power cable to the 24V AC/DC, 19 VDC, and a battery simultaneously.

NOTE: The power adapter and sealed lead-acid battery are sold separately.

NOTE: Installing the battery is optional. Dell recommends that you connect a sealed 12V lead-acid battery to the power module.

NOTE: The 12V lead-acid battery is not sold by Dell.

Specifications - Power Module

Dimensions

Height 117.80 mm (4.64 inches)

Width 216 mm (8.50 inches)

Depth 64.20 mm (2.53 inches)

Power requirements

Terminal block connector input voltage/current 24 VAC (50 Hz60 Hz) or 24 VDC / 15A

Power adapter input voltage/current 19.5 VDC / 6.67A

Battery connector port 12VDC / 15A

Environmental requirements

Ingress Protection Rating IP50

Temperature range:

Operating (with a maximum temperature gradation of 15C per hour)

-30C to 70C (-22F to 158F) when connected to a 24V AC/DC power source.

-30C to 40C (-22F to 104F) when connected to a power adapter or battery.

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Environmental requirements

NOTE: The maximum operating temperature is derated 1C/305m(1000ft) above sea level altitude.

Non-operating -40C to 70 C (-40F to 158F)

Relative humidity (maximum):

Operating (with maximum humidity gradation of 10% per hour)

10% to 90% (non-condensing)

Non-operating ((with maximum humidity gradation of 10% per hour)

5% to 95% (non-condensing)

Altitude (maximum, unpressurized):

Operating -15.2m to 5000m (-50ft to 16,404ft)

NOTE: The maximum operating temperature is derated 1C/305m (1000ft) above sea level altitude.

Storage -15.20 m to 10,668 m (-50 ft to 35,000 ft)

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8 Enclosure Overview The rugged enclosure allows you to install the Dell Edge Gateway in harsh environments, like locations that are subjected to high temperature variation, dust particle, and humidity.

Enclosure (optional) view

Enclosure - Side

Features

1 Rugged enclosure Install the Edge Gateway in the rugged enclosure when using in harsh environments condition.

2 Intrusion detection switch Detects unauthorized system access.

3 Door securing latch (3) Secure the enclosure.

4 Thermal ribs Dissipates the heat generated by the system.

5 Latch lock-out Secure the system with a padlock.

6 Cable tie-off (17) To prevent accidental cable disconnection, tie all cables to the cable tie-off guides.

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Features

7 Cable conduit openings (8) Route the cables through the conduits (1 inch and 0.75 inch diameter).

8 Primary ground (internal) Connect the grounding cable to the system.

9 Primary ground (external) Connect the grounding cable to the system.

10 Door-stop cables (2) Restricts the door from opening.

11 Door thermal ribs Dissipates the heat generated by the system.

Setting up the enclosure

1. Install the enclosures wall-mount bracket at a desired location and secure it to the wall using the wall-mount screws.

NOTE: Ensure that the notch on the bracket is on the top.

NOTE: The wall-mount screws are not included with the enclosure.

2. Open the enclosure.

3. Place the enclosure on the wall-mount bracket, and align the tab on the back of the enclosure so that it fits into the notch on the wall bracket.

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4. Secure the enclosure to the wall bracket by using the rubber washers and screws.

5. Secure the enclosure mounting brackets to the Edge Gateway by using the screws.

NOTE: Before attaching the brackets to the Edge Gateway, note the correct orientation of the brackets.

6. Position the Edge Gateway onto the enclosures two locator pins, and then place and tighten the screws to secure the Edge Gateway to the enclosure.

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7. Connect the intrusion switch to the system.

8. Remove the desired conduit plugs on the bottom or the left side of the enclosure and install the wiring conduits.

NOTE: To ensure that dust and water does not enter the enclosure, install a conduit rated as IP65.

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9. Route the cables through the conduits and connect the cables to the desired connectors.

NOTE: To reduce the risk of accidental cable disconnection, tie all cables to the cable tie-off guides.

10. Close and securely latch the enclosure door.

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9 Setting up the Zigbee dongle

NOTE: Only Zigbee dongles purchased from Dell work with the Edge Gateway.

CAUTION: Do not connect the Zigbee dongle if the Edge Gateway is installed inside the enclosure.

NOTE: Do not connect the Zigbee dongle to the internal USB port of the IO expansion module.

1. Shut down your Edge Gateway.

2. Connect the Zigbee dongle to any external USB port on your Edge Gateway.

or

Connect the Zigbee dongle to any external USB port on the IO module.

NOTE: Do not connect the Zigbee dongle to the internal USB port of the IO expansion module.

3. Turn on the Edge Gateway and complete the setup.

NOTE: The Zigbee hardware is in a USB dongle, however, it will not function like a Plug and Play application. You will not see messages appearing on your screen, stating that Zigbee was found. For more information about firmware or application development, contact Silicon Labs.

NOTE: To find application notes and reference manuals for your dongle, search for the model number ETRX358USB at https://www.silabs.com

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10 BIOS defaults

General These settings are set at the factory and are not configurable.

System configuration

5000 5100

Integrated NIC Enabled w/PXE Enabled w/PXE

Integrated NIC 2 Disabled Disabled

Serial port Enabled Enabled

I/O Module Enabled Enabled

SATA Operation AHCI AHCI

Drives Enabled (SSD-1) Enabled (SSD-1)

SMART Reporting Disabled Disabled

USB Configuration Enabled (Boot support, front USB ports, rear USB ports)

Enabled (Boot support, front USB ports, rear USB ports)

Miscellaneous Devices Enabled (WWAN, WLAN, Bluetooth, CANBus)

Enabled (WWAN, WLAN, Bluetooth, CANBus)

Power Button Disabled Disabled

Watchdog Timer Support Disabled Disabled

Security

5000 5100

Admin Password Not set Not set

System Password Not set Not set

Internal HDD password Not set Not set

Strong Password Disabled Disabled

Password Configuration 4~32 character length 4~32 character length

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5000 5100

Password Bypass Disabled Disabled

Password Change Enabled Enabled

TPM 1.2 Security Enabled

Disabled (PPI Bypass for Enable Commands, PPI Bypass for Disable Commands, Clear)

Enabled

Disabled (PPI Bypass for Enable Commands, PPI Bypass for Disable Commands, Clear)

TPM 2.0 Security Enabled

Disabled (PPI Bypass for Enable Commands, PPI Bypass for Disable Commands, Attestation Enable, Key Storage Enable, SHA-256, Clear)

Enabled

Disabled (PPI Bypass for Enable Commands, PPI Bypass for Disable Commands, Attestation Enable, Key Storage Enable, SHA-256, Clear)

Chassis Intrusion Disabled Disabled

CPU XD Support Enabled Enabled

OROM Keyboard Access Enabled Enabled

Admin Setup Lockout Disabled Disabled

Secure Boot

5000 5100

Secure Boot Enable Disabled Disabled

Expert Key Management Disabled Disabled

Performance

5000 5100

Intel SpeedStep Enabled Enabled

C-States Control Enabled Enabled

Limit CPUID Value Disabled Disabled

Power Management

5000 5100

AC Recovery (Desktop) Power off Power off

Auto On Time Disabled Disabled

Wake on LAN/WLAN Disabled: Turns the system on from hibernation (S4) and power off (S5) state

Disabled: Turns the system on from hibernation (S4) and power off (S5) state

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NOTE: With USB wake support from power off (S5), a wired keyboard or mouse is able to wake the system if connected to the designated USB port (marked with the Smart Power On icon). For wireless keyboard and mice, if both devices share the same USB dongle and the dongle is inserted into the designated USB port, both keyboard and mouse can wake the system. For wireless keyboard only or mouse only, either can wake the system as long as the dongle is inserted into the designated USB port.

POST Behavior

5000 5100

Keyboard Errors Enabled Enabled

Fastboot Thorough Thorough

Numlock LED Enabled Enabled

Extend BIOS POST Time 0 seconds 0 seconds

Warnings and Errors Prompt on Warnings and Errors Prompt on Warnings and Errors

Maintenance

5000 5100

Service tag Set by the factory Set by the factory

Asset tag Optional user entry Optional user entry

SERR message Enabled Enabled

BIOS Downgrade Enabled Enabled

Data Wipe Disabled Disabled

BIOS Recovery Enabled Enabled

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11 Other documents you may need Besides this Installation and Operations Manual, you may need to see the following guides available at https://www.dell.com/ support/manuals.

Dell Edge Device Manager Getting Started Guide

Dell SupportAssist For Dell OpenManage Essentials Quick Start Guide

Dell Command | Monitor User's Guide

Additionally, for more information on using Dell Data Protection | Encryption see the documentation for the software at https:// www.dell.com/support/manuals.

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12 Contacting Dell To contact Dell for sales, technical assistance, or customer service issues:

1. Go to www.dell.com/contactdell.

2. Verify your country or region in the drop-down list at the bottom of the page.

3. Select the appropriate service or support link based on your requirement or choose the method of contacting Dell that is convenient for you.

Dell provides several online and telephone-based support and service options. Availability varies by country and product, and some services may not be available in your area.

NOTE: If you do not have an active internet connection, you can find the contact information on your purchase invoice, packing slip, bill, or Dell product catalog.

Regulatory and environmental compliance

Product-related conformity assessment and regulatory authorizations including Product Safety, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), Ergonomics, and Communication Devices relevant to this product, as well as the Data Sheet for this product, are available at dell.com/regulatory_compliance.

Details of Dells environmental stewardship program to conserve product energy consumption, reduce or eliminate materials for disposal, prolong product life span and provide effective and convenient equipment recovery solutions ma

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