The production of Unipi Axon units was discontinued. The Axon line was replaced by the next generation named Unipi Patron.

Serial port mapping

See the table below to find out how the physical RS485/RS232 serial port lines are mapped into Linux ports within /dev/.

Axon

Alternatively, all serial ports with N (eg. /dev/ttyNS0) mentioned below are also accessible via /dev/extcomm/Y/X, where Y is the number of section, and X is the number of the serial port. X and Y are counted from 0.


RS485-1 RS232(485)-2 RS485-3 RS485-4 LTE
S105ttyNS0ttyS2ttyS1xx
S115ttyNS0ttyS0ttyS2ttyS1x
S155ttyNS0ttyS2ttyS1xx
S165 LTEttyNS0ttyS1xxttyLTE_AT1
S205ttyS1xxxx
S215ttyS1ttyS2xxx
S505ttyS1xxxx
S515ttyS1ttyS2xxx
S605ttyS1ttyS2xxx

RS485-1.1 RS232(485)-1.2 RS485-1.3 RS485-2.1 LTE
M205ttyNS0ttyS2ttyS1xx
M265 LTEttyNS0ttyS1xxttyLTE_AT1
M505ttyNS0ttyS2ttyS1ttyNS1x
M515ttyS1ttyS2xttyNS0x
M525ttyNS0ttyS2ttyS1ttyNS1x
M535ttyS1ttyS2xttyNS0x
M565 LTEttyNS0ttyS1xttyNS1ttyLTE_AT1
L205ttyNS0ttyS2ttyS1xx
L505ttyNS0ttyS2ttyS1ttyNS1x
L525ttyNS0ttyS2ttyS1ttyNS1x

USB converters (FTDI, CH34x, PLxxxx and CPxxxx) are also supported by default. For using other gateways or devices, installation of drivers is necessary.

USB1 /dev/serial/by-port/0
USB2 /dev/serial/by-port/1