Mitsubishi MIM-A01 Specifications

MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
Mitsubishi MIM series
Industrial Modems
Instructions Manual
Draft
MIM-G01
MIM-A01
Art.-No.: 165584
27 10 2005
Version A
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About this Manual
The texts, illustrations, diagrams and examples in this manual are only
intended as aids to help explain the functioning, operation, use and
programming of the Mitsubishi Industrial Modems (MIM).
If you have any questions regarding the installation and operation of the
software described in this manual, please do not hesitate to contact your
sales office or one of your Mitsubishi distribution partners.
You can also obtain information and answers to frequently
asked questions from our Mitsubishi website under
www.mitsubishi-automation.com.
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC reserves the right to change the specifications of
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Instruction Manual
Industrial Modems MIM-A01 and MIM-G0
Art-No.: 165584
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Security Advice
Intended Target Audience
This manual is aimed exclusively at suitably qualified electrical engineering specialists that are
familiar with the safety standards required for electrical engineering and automation. The engineering, installation, commissioning, maintenance and testing of devices must only be carried
out by qualified electrical technicians. Unless otherwise stated in this manual or other manuals,
any intervention in the hardware and software of products must only be carried out by specialists.
Proper use
Mitsubishi Industrial Modems are only designed for use in the application fields described in this
manual. Ensure that all the specifications stated in this manual are observed. Unqualified interventions in the hardware or software, and failure to observe the warnings stated in this manual or
on the product may lead to serious injury or material damage. No liability is accepted in such
cases and any warranty claims become invalid.
Safety instructions
The safety and accident prevention regulations specified for the application concerned must be
observed during the engineering, installation, maintenance and testing of devices.
This manual contains special instructions that are important for the safe and proper handling of
the device. The warning symbols of the individual instructions have the following meaning:
P
DANGER:
Means that there is a danger to the life and health of the user if the relevant safety
measures are not taken.
E
ATTENTION:
Is a warning of possible damage to the device, software or other material damage if
the relevant safety measures are not taken.
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Contents
1
Mitsubishi Industrial Modems at a glance
1.1
Mitsubishi Normal Modem GSM (MIM-G01) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
1.2
Mitsubishi Super Modem 56k (MIM-A01) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
2
Equipment Versions
2.1
Modem Typ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2
2.2
Teleservice via PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2
3
Mounting and Installation
3.1
Normal Modem GSM (MIM-G01) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-3
3.2
3.1.1
Interfaces and Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
3.1.2
Meaning of the LEDs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-4
3.1.3
Connecting the GSM antenna. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
3.1.4
Inserting the SIM card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-5
Super Modem 56k (MIM-A01) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-7
3.2.1
Interfaces and Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
3.2.2
Meaning of the LEDs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-8
3.2.3
Connection to the Telephone Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
3.2.4
Testing the Telephone Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
3.2.5
Telephone Exchange System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
3.3
Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-10
4
Power supply
5
Operation
5.1
MIM-G01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1
5.2
MIM-A01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1
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Contents
6
Configuration
6.1
MIM and Mitsubishi ALPHA XL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-1
6.2
Project Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-1
6.1.2
Function Block SMS send . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-2
6.1.3
PLC Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-4
MIM and Mitsubishi MELSEC FX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-5
6.2.1
MIM-G01 and FX Messenger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
6.2.2
MIM for FX Remote Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
6.3
Connection to other Mitsubishi Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
6.4
RS 232-Transparent-Mode (TransMode) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
6.4.1
Time delays during modem transmissions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
6.4.2
TransMode Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-7
6.4.3
TransMode Login Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
7
Technical Data
7.1
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-3
7.1.1
MIM-G01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-3
7.1.2
MIM-A01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-4
8
Appendix
8.1
AT Commands MIM-G01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-1
8.2
VI
6.1.1
8.1.1
Important AT Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-1
8.1.2
Overview of AT-Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-5
AT Commands MIM-A01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-9
8.2.1
Overview of AT Commands. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
8.2.2
AT Command Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-10
8.2.3
Overview of S-Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-12
8.2.4
Message Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-13
8.2.5
AT+T Send - Sending SMS, E-Mail,
Fax and Express E-Mail Messages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-14
8.2.6
Message Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-19
8.2.7
Modem Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-21
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Mitsubishi Industrial Modems at a glance
Mitsubishi Normal Modem GSM (MIM-G01)
1
Mitsubishi Industrial Modems at a glance
1.1
Mitsubishi Normal Modem GSM (MIM-G01)
The Mitsubishi Normal Modem GSM is a generic modem for industrial usage, e.g. for remote
maintenance of PLCs. It needs a SIM card and logs on the mobile network like mobile phone.
The Mitsubishi controller Alpha XL can - using this modem and a special functional block – sent
the content of the text display as an SMS or e-mail. This modem has no memory for user data nor
any automatic functions. It may be used for remotely accessing and maintaining the PLC, too.
This manual describes mounting and installation of this modem.
1.2
Mitsubishi Super Modem 56k (MIM-A01)
The Mitsubishi Super Modem 56K for analogue fixed network 11Bit-Industrial-Modem is an
industrial modem with a little memory for user data, providing - besides generic modem functions - the capability to transmit text messages over fixed network controlled by AT command.
쎲 SMS
inside of the PSTN network and into the mobile network (carrier dependent)
쎲 Express E-Mail
E-mail without the Internet, but directly via Telephone lines,
e.g. PLCs can exchange data using this way
쎲 E-Mail
send and receive internet-E-Mail (SMTP/POP3)
쎲 Fax
send text messages to fax machines
Command
Target
AT+T SEND = "EMAIL;
AT+T SEND = "EXPRESS;
AT+T SEND = "SMS;
AT+T SEND = "FAX;
AT+T HELP
To:Taskforce@example.com "
To: Taskforce+49-30-123456789"
To: 0177-3456678"
To: 0891-98745561"
Text or data
Tank 17 in house 5 empty!
Burner in house 6 defective!
Cool storage temperature too high!
Air conditioning system fan 17 defective!
Lists all Tixi message commands
Additionally you can use a Mitsubishi Super Modem 56k for remotely accessing and maintaining
the PLC.
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1-1
Modem Typ
Equipment Versions
2
Equipment Versions
2.1
Modem Typ
Normal Modem GSM
Super Modem 56k
GSM
Analogue fixed network/56K
—
30 – 100 kB SRAM
SMS
E-Mail (SMS-to-E-Mail-Gateway)
Fax (Fax-to-Fax-Gatewy)
SMS
E-Mail
Fax
Express E-Mail
AT command
AT command
Yes
Yes
—
—
Telephone network
Memory
Sending of
Triggered by
Modem functions
Teleservice
Automatically Alarming
Remote switching
—
—
Available models
MIM-G01
MIM-A01
Tab. 1-1
Mitsubishi Industrial Modems at a glance
The Mitsubishi Normal Modem GSM requires, like any conventional modem, a software in the
PC like a program for dial-up connection or for tje sending and receiving of fax messages. A
Mitsubishi Super Modem however sends all data by using simple AT commands. No additionally
software is required in this case.
2.2
Teleservice via PC
A Mitsubishi Industrial Modem (MIM-A01, MIM-G01) can be used to handle the remote maintenance of several controllers via a telephone line or via the Internet. Program upand download may be carried out via the Mitsubishi programming software (e.g.
GX IEC Developer), while the connection therefore may be established via the
Mitsubishi programming software
2-2
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Mounting and Installation
Normal Modem GSM (MIM-G01)
3
Mounting and Installation
3.1
Normal Modem GSM (MIM-G01)
The MIM-G01 is a GSM/GPRS mobile modem intended for transmission of data, SMS, e-mail
and fax messages within the 900 MHz and 1800 MHz GSM mobile networks and complies to the
high speed standard of GPRS Class 10. It is suitable for DIN-Rail mounting inside control boxes.
3.1.1
Interfaces and Connectors
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Status GSM
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Fig. 3-1:
Overview of all connectors of the Normal Modem GSM
Nr.
Description
Meaning
�
�
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�
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Antenna
Plug (FME) for Antenna cable (impendance: 50 Ω)
10...40VDC
Power supply (2 screw terminals) and power supply jack
LEDs
2 LEDs (Power and Line)
SIM-Karte
Power supply (2 screw terminals)
RS232 Interface
9 pin D-Sub jack
Tab. 3-2:
NOTE
� �
Description of the connectors of the modems
For connecting the modem to a PC, a 1:1 serial standard cable is to be used. For information
to connect a PLC, refer to the PLC documentation.
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3-3
Normal Modem GSM (MIM-G01)
3.1.2
Mounting and Installation
Meaning of the LEDs
The MIM-G01 presents two LEDs, which indicate the devices current operating mode. After the
power supply has been switched on, a self test will be executed. The end of this test is indicated
by a acoustic signal (short beep). After the test, the device tries to make a connection to the GSM
network. The green LED will flash slowly when the log in was successful.
COM1 (RS 232)
NORMAL MODEM
GSM
Antenna
Power
SIM-Card
Push
Status GSM
10...40 V DC
-
+
Power
SIM-Card
Fig. 3-2:
Status GSM
-
+
LEDs on the MIM-G01
LED
Status
Power
(yellow)
Off
Device is switched off (power supply disabled
On
Device is switched on(power supply enabled)
Status GSM
(green)
Tab. 3-3:
3-4
Push
10...40 V DC
Meaning
On
Device is not logged onto the GSM network
Slowly flashing
Device is logged onto the GSM network
Rapidly flashing
Device is logged onto the GSM network, and active connection is
established
Two LEDs are used to show the state of the modem
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Mounting and Installation
3.1.3
Normal Modem GSM (MIM-G01)
Connecting the GSM antenna
First of all find a suitable location for mounting the GSM antenna outside of the control cabinet.
Screw the antenna plug into the antenna socket on the front of the modem.
Fig. 3-4:
When fitting the antenna plug ensure
that it is seated correctly. It should be
possible to turn the threaded nut easily.
Status GSM
NOTES
Standard GSM antennas with an FME plug can be used. The GSM antenna is not supplied
with the modem and can be ordered separately.
If the length of the antenna cable is not sufficient for your requirements you can use a suitable extension cable purchased as an accessory from a GSM outlet. Take into account the
attenuation of these cables that will reduce the antenna gain and observe the relevant specifications of the manufacturer.
3.1.4
Inserting the SIM card
The SIM card of an mobile phone provider is necessary for the use of a GSM Modem.
To insert the SIM card in the modem, open the SIM card holder on the Mitsubishi Alarm Modem
by pressing the small button on the right of the holder with a pen or a pointed object.
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Po
SM
sG
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St
Fig. 3-3:
Push down the button until the card
holder is released
P
C
M-
SI
d
ar
You can now carefully pull out the card holder and insert your SIM card. Then push the SIM card
holder back into the modem until it snaps into position.
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3-5
Normal Modem GSM (MIM-G01)
Mounting and Installation
Fig. 3-5:
Insert the SIM card with the contact side
facing upwards and ensure that the card
is seated correctly in the recess.
Then push the SIM card holder back into
the modem until it snaps into position.
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DC
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If you plan to dial into your PLC via GSM, you will possibly need a SIM card and account with
data service enabled. However, in some cases the modem may be capable of accepting
data calls on a voice number after using the AT+CICB=0 command. For detailed information,
contact your mobile service provider.
ATTENTION:
The SIM card should only be removed when the modem is in power-off state.
The SIM card may become unusable if this warning is not observed.
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Mounting and Installation
3.2
Super Modem 56k (MIM-A01)
Super Modem 56k (MIM-A01)
The MIM-A01 is a PSTN modem intended for transmission of data, SMS, e-mail and fax messages by analog telephone networks and complies to the high speed standard of V.90 and 56k.
It is suitable for DIN-Rail mounting inside control boxes.
3.2.1
Interfaces and Connectors
�
SUPER MODEM
�
Line
Power
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Fig. 3-6:
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Overview of all connectors of the Super Modems 56k
Nr.
Description
Meaning
�
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Line
Telephone jack RJ11
10...30VDC
Power supply (2 screw terminals) and power supply jack
Service
Button
LEDs
LEDs (Power, Mail in, Line, Mail out und Modem Mode)
RS232 Interface
9pin D-Sub jack
Tab. 3-4:
NOTE
�
Description of the connectors of the Modems
For connecting the modem to a PC, a 1:1 serial standard cable is to be used. For information
to connect a PLC, refer to the PLC documentation.
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3-7
Super Modem 56k (MIM-A01)
3.2.2
Mounting and Installation
Meaning of the LEDs
The MIM-A01 got five LEDs, which display the modems operating status. After the power supply
has been switched on, a self test will be executed. The end of this test is indicated by a acoustic
signal (short beep).
SUPER MODEM
56k
DC 10...30V
-
Service
DC 10...30V
-
Fig. 3-7:
Mail in
Power
Mail out Modem Mode
Line
COM1 (RS232)
Mail out Modem Mode
Mail in
Power
Service
Line
COM1 (RS232)
LEDs on the MIM-A01
LED
Status
Power
(yellow)
Off
No power supply, device switched off
On
Power supply active, device switched on
Mail in
(red)
Off
No received message in memory
On
Received message in memory
Off
No telephone connection active
Line
(green)
Meaning
Flashes
Telephone connection becomes established
On
Telephone connection successfully established
Mail out
(yellow)
Off
No outgoing messages in memory
On
Outgoing messages in memory
Modem Mode
(red)
Off
Device is in Message Mode
On
Device is in Modem Mode
Tab. 3-5:
3-8
+
+
Five LEDs are used to show the state of the modem
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Mounting and Installation
3.2.3
Super Modem 56k (MIM-A01)
Connection to the Telephone Network
Connection to telephone network (PSTN) is established via the included telephone cable and
the "Line" jack of the MAM.
654321
1 - b2
2-W
3-a
4-b
5-E
6 - a2
Fig. 3-8
The Mitsubishi Super
Modem 56k supports the
a/b leads (3 and 4).
To get access to your Mitsubishi Super Modem 56k, the telephone number of the connection
used must be known.
3.2.4
Testing the Telephone Connection
In order to check the telephone number of the connection used, plug an usual telephone into the
appropriate socket and dial the number by another telephone, or from a mobile. If the telephone
at the appropriate socket rings, the number is correct.
In order to check if the telephone connection supports the CLIP feature, dial from the appropriate
connection to another telephone. If the calling number is shown at the called party end, the CLIP
feature is supported.
If calls were successful in both directions, you can connect your Mitsubishi Super Modem. The
modem is now ready to be called and receive messages.
3.2.5
Telephone Exchange System
When connecting to a telephone exchange (PABX), take care if an outside line prefix is necessary.
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3-9
Mounting
3.3
Mounting and Installation
Mounting
Mount the modem by pushing or snap fitting it onto a DIN rail (top-hat rail 35 mm).
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...40
10
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Fig. 3-9:
Pull out the black tab on the device using
a screwdriver and so the device can
snap fit to the DIN rail. You can remove
the device from the rail in the same way.
Ensure that the retaining mechanism of
the modem snaps cleanly and securely
into the DIN rail.
Fig. 3-10:
Modem mounted on the DIN rail
E
ATTENTION:
쎲 The device must only be used in rooms that are dry and clean. Protect the device from humidity, water splashes or heat.
P
DANGER:
쎲 The device must not be used in environments containing flammable gases,
fumes or dust.
3 - 10
쎲 Do not subject the device to severe vibration.
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Power supply
4
Power supply
After all installation steps are completed, switch on the power supply to the Mitsubishi Alarm
Modem. The modem got two power supply connectors: Two screw terminals and a power supply jack (pin diameter 2,1 mm, inner diameter 6 mm).
E
NOTE
P
ATTENTION:
Power U = 10 – 40V DC! for Mitsubishi Normal Modem (MIM-G01)
Power U = 10 – 30V DC! for Mitsubishi Super Modem (MIM-A01)
Ensure the correct polarity of the power supply terminals.
In order to avoid the interference from power supply units or other interference sources,
DC cables should not be installed in the direct vicinity of AC cables.
DANGER:
쎲 Use leads with sufficient diameter only.
쎲 Do not use flexible leads with soldered tips.
쎲 Watch the polarity and the specification of the power supply.
(MIM-G01=10 – 40VDC, max. 0.7 A, Power supply jack: pin = positive)
(MIM-A01=10 – 30VDC, max. 0.7 A, Power supply jack: pin = positive)
쎲 In order to avoid damages, fasten the terminal screws with a torque momentum
of 0.5 ... 0.6Nm.
쎲 When using the power supply jack, make sure the plug got an
pin diameter of 2.1mm and inner diameter of 6mm.
쎲 Wiring must be done with power off only.
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4-1
MIM-G01
5
Operation
Operation
If you have followed the steps in the chapters 3 and 4, your modem is ready for operation.
5.1
MIM-G01
The MIM-G01 presents two LEDs, which indicate the devices current operating mode. After the
power supply has been switched on, a self test will be executed. The end of this test is indicated
by a acoustic signal (short beep). After the test, the device tries to make a connection to the GSM
network. The green LED will flash slowly when the log in was successful..
5.2
MIM-A01
The MIM-A01 presents five LEDs, which indicate the devices current operating mode. After the
power supply has been switched on, a self test will be executed. The end of this test is indicated
by a acoustic signal (short beep).
SUPER MODEM
56k
DC 10...30V
-
DC 10...30V
-
Fig. 5-1:
Power
(yellow)
+
Service
+
Service
Mail out Modem Mode
Line
COM1 (RS232)
Mail out Modem Mode
Mail in
Power
Mail in
Power
Line
COM1 (RS232)
LEDs on MIM-A01
Mail in
(red)
Line
(green)
Mail out
(yellow)
Modem Mode
(red)
Starting self test
Testing LEDs
Testing memory
Flashes
Modem is fully operational
Duration: approx.
Tab. 5-1:
5-1
12 sec
LEDs during the self-test
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Configuration
MIM and Mitsubishi ALPHA XL
6
Configuration
6.1
MIM and Mitsubishi ALPHA XL
Configuration of the Industrial Modems is done via the Mitsubishi Alpha Programming Software
(SW0D5-ALVLS-EUL). Detailed information on selecting the modem and setting parameters is to
be found within the Mitsubishi Alpha XL manuals at http://www.mitsubishi-automation.com
Alpha XL - Communication Manual
Alpha Software - Software Manual
Art. No. 146564
Art. No. 126017
This AT init string is to be used when connecting an "Alpha XL" to the "MIM-G01":
ATE0S0=2&S0;+IFC=0,0;+CMEE=1;+IPR=9600;+CICB=0;&W
This AT init string is to be used when connecting an "Alpha XL" to the "MIM-A01":
ATE0S0=2Q1+D0\Q0\J0&W
The following chapters will show the most important settings.
6.1.1
Project Settings
Load the PLC project into the Alpha Programming Software and adjust some basic settings.
Therefore, in the menu bar click
Options > GSM and serial communication
Fig. 6-1:
GSM and serial communication
In the area Modem, select either GSM (for MIM-G01) or Modem (MIM-A01) and choose the
name of the modem in use from the list provided on the right (see figure above).
NOTE
If this modem type is not present within the list, you may add it by yourself; detailed information on that is to be found within chapter 6.1.3.
If you use a MIM-A01 Modem, click on OK to exit configuration.
If you use a MIM-G01 Modem, enter the SIM PIN into the appropriate input field and enable the
„Remote Access“ checkbox, in case you want to remotely access the PLC. The Data format
should be 8 bits, no parity and 1 stop bit (8N1) with a speed of 9600 baud. Click on OK to exit configuration.
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MIM and Mitsubishi ALPHA XL
6.1.2
Configuration
Function Block SMS send
For sending SMS, add a function block GSM/SMS is to be added to your PLC project.
(Detailed information is to be found within the Alpha XL Communication manual.)
Double-click the GSM function block in order to configure it.
In the window that opens, click Setting and enter these data:
Fig. 6-3:
GSM SMS (Short Message Service)
Now enter the following data:
Fig. 6-2:
SMS Setting
SMS Service Center:
Enter the SMSC number within the upper field; this number may be obtained from your service
provider. If you want to send e-mail as well, enter the e-mail gateway number of your service provider, too.
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Configuration
MIM and Mitsubishi ALPHA XL
Recipient:
Enter several recipients with name and number here. Enable the Mobile Phone button for SMS
and Gateway for e-mail.
Click on OK to return to the previous menu. Select one of the recipients here.
Fig. 6-4:
GSM SMS (Short Message Service)
NOTE
If you selected Gateway instead of Mobile Phone, you may enter an e-mail address for this
user. Note that the appropriate number must be provided at the Gateway entry field with
SMS preferences.
Click on OK to finish the configuration of the GSM function block.
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MIM and Mitsubishi ALPHA XL
6.1.3
Configuration
PLC Connection
Connect the RS232 jack to the ALPHA XL, using the GSM-CAB. If done so, plug the power
supply into the appropriate terminal.
NOTE
Make sure the SIM card is inserted correctly and power on both the devices. In case the PIN
is set correctly, the MIM-G01 will connect to the PLC and logs onto the GSM network.
The Modem is now ready to send messages. As soon as a GSM feature of the PLC project is
activated, the Modem dials into the SMSC provided and sends the display content as SMS.
(Detailed information is to be found within the Mitsubishi Communication manual.)
In case the modem type does not exist in the selection list of the GSM and serial communication of the SW0D5-ALVLS-EUL software, it must be added manually.
Therefore select New as modem type. Then click on Initialize Modem... and within the next
dialog, enter this string for modem init:
MIM-G01
ATE0S0=2&S0;+IFC=0,0;+CMEE=1;+IPR=9600;+CICB=0;&W
MIM-A01
ATE0S0=2Q1+D0\Q0\J0&W
Fig. 6-5:
Initialisation of a GSM Modem
NOTE
The entered initialize command may not be displayed in full length in the input area.
Click on OK to return to the previous dialogue and continue configuration, as described in 6.1.1.
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Configuration
6.2
MIM and Mitsubishi MELSEC FX
MIM and Mitsubishi MELSEC FX
The modem may be operated along with MELSEC FX in two ways: As GSM modem for "FX
Messenger" or as modem for FX remote access.
6.2.1
MIM-G01 and FX Messenger
In order to connect the MIM-G01 to a FX1S Messenger, the modem must be initialized with the
following init string, which sets the handshake mode (no handshake will be executed) and the
transmission speed (19200 bps).
MIM-G01
AT+IFC=0,0;+IPR=19200;&W
The modem is to be connected to the RS232-BD of the FX Messenger via standard RS232
cable. Detailed information on configuring the FX messenger is to be found in the FX Messenger
Manual.
6.2.2
MIM for FX Remote Access
Detailed information on correct modem selection and the necessary parameters are to be found
within the Mitsubishi Manuals at http://www.mitsubishi-automation.com
GX IEC Developer – Reference Manua
FX Communications User Manual
GX Developer – Operating Manual
Art. No. 043596
Art. No. 070143
Art. No. 160262
When using FX along with MIM-G01, we do recommend this init string:
AT+WRST=1,"024:03";+IPR=9600;+IFC=0,0;+ICF=5,1;E1V1Q1S0=2&W
The init string recommended for using the FX along with the MIM-A01, is as follows:
AT%C0"H0E0Q1V1S0=2&D0+K0&W+TFORMAT="7E1";+TBAOD="9600"
6.3
Connection to other Mitsubishi Products
The Industrie-Modems may be used along with the A and Q series of Mitsubishi PLCs, as well as
for accessing E-Terminals.
Detailed information on correct modem selection and the necessary parameters are to be found
within the Mitsubishi Manuals at http://www.mitsubishi-automation.com as well as well as in the
E-Terminal manuals at http://www.e-terminals.com.
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RS 232-Transparent-Mode (TransMode)
6.4
Configuration
RS 232-Transparent-Mode (TransMode)
The section is only valid for the Mitsubishi Super Modem (MIM-A01).
The TransMode allows the remote control of a control unit (PLC) or another RS-232 device via a
Mitsubishi Super Modem as if you were sitting near the device and connected locally via RS 232.
All commands that you can give to this device via the local RS 232 interface can also be issued
via TransMode from any telephone connection or via GSM modem.
Dial-in access can be password-protected.
An application of the TransMode command, for example, would be the control and configuration
of a technical system that is connected to the Mitsubishi Super Modem via an RS232 interface.
To use the TransMode, do the following:
햲 Configure the Mitsubishi Super Modem using the TransMode command
햳 Connect your Mitsubishi Super Modem to the device you want to control remotely.
To do so you will need a null modem cable (usually plug-plug), for example, the "Blue Adapter".
햴 Test the remote dial-in with a Mitsubishi Super Modem or another modem using a
terminal program (dial-in of the Mitsubishi Super Modem).
햵 The Login command for the selected Mitsubishi Super Modem must be entered
within 5 seconds of the modem connecting (see section 6.4.3). The RS 232 is then connected to both modems.
햶 Control your remote device.
All data that you send from the PC to the local modem is transmitted over the telephone line to
the Mitsubishi Super Modem AT and from this modem to the connected device via RS 232.
You can operate the connected device as if you were directly sitting in front of it.
햷 Close the connection by
– hanging up by the caller modem
– optional timeout in the Mitsubishi Super Modem when no
more data is coming (default: 75 seconds)
6.4.1
Time delays during modem transmissions
A remote connection and data conversion in both modems lead to delays in the runtime of data
from PC to the control unit in comparison to a direct local connection via an RS 232 cable. Some
configuration programs for control units expect a response within a few milliseconds. Errors can
occur in these programs. Ask the manufacturer of these programs and control units how the
timeout for the communication with the control unit can be increased to, for example, 500 ms.
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Configuration
6.4.2
RS 232-Transparent-Mode (TransMode)
TransMode Command
AT+T SEND="TransMode; ..."
AT+T SEND="TransMode; Enabled:Enabled;Password: Password; Format: Format;
Handshake:Handshake; Keep:timeout; Baudrate: RS232Speed;
Com:Port"
Switches the RS 232 to a connected device during dial-in from the outside
so that the device can be controlled remotely.
Enabled
Sets theTransMode to active (On) or inactive (Off).
Password
Access password
This protects your Mitsubishi Super Modem AT from unauthorized dial-in
and thus protects the connected control unit from being used by unauthorized persons.
When no password is indicated (default: empty) and AT+T Answer="On",
anything can be selected.
format
Data format of the RS232 interface.
Notation: DatabitsParityStopbits. Default: 8N1.
handshake
Handshake protocol for the RS 232.
Values: None, RTSCTS, XONXOFF
timeout
Idle timeout - Sets how long the connection remains available in case no
more data is transmitted.
The default value is 75 seconds.
A value of 0 switches this function off, that is, the Mitsubishi Super Modem
will not end the connection even if no more data is coming
RS232Speed
Data speed on the RS 232
between the Mitsubishi Super Modem and device connected to it.
Default value: 115,200 Baud.
Port
Remote interface to connect to.
Example:
The Mitsubishi Super Modem is configured for the TransMode:
AT+T SEND="TransMode; Password:sesam; Format:8N1; Handshake:None;
Keep:20; Baudrate:9600; Enabled:On; Com:MB"
When a call is being received, the Tixi modem connects the RS 232 to the connected device.
All data is now transmitted in both directions as if the devices were connected directly.
6.4.3
TransMode Login Command
To use the TransMode of the Mitsubishi Super Modem, these prerequisites must be met
쎲 The Mitsubishi Super Modem must be connected to a working telephone connection. That
means you must be able to call it. (check first using a telephone)
쎲 Call answering on the Mitsubishi Super Modem must be activated
(AT+T Answer="On").
쎲 The Mitsubishi Super Modem must first be configured using the TransMode command.
For access to a PLC connected to a Mitsubishi Super Modem a log in to the Mitsubishi Super
Mode via a modem connection is required. Use a Mitsubishi Super Modem or any other modem
for this purpose.
Send the login command for the TransMode command at the latest five seconds after CONNECTING.
There are two possibilities for the login command, which are described as follows.
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RS 232-Transparent-Mode (TransMode)
Configuration
Login without parameters
[password]
[]
Login with password
Login without password
Login with password and parameters
[password; Format:format; Handshake:handshake; Keep:timeout; Baudrate:
RS232Speed]
For a description of the parameters, see Section 6.4.2
The configuration of the Mitsubishi Super Modem should be done locally during set-up, tested
and only then approved for remote dial-in.
The remote modification of the parameters overwrites the previously configured – and tested parameters
The remote modification of the parameters should only be used if it is absolutely necessary.
It can also be used to exclude possible local modifications.
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Technical Data
7
Technical Data
Main Features
Features
MIM-G01
MIM-A01
Fax
Via Fax-to-Fax-Gateway
Send text messages to fax machines
SMS
Send and receive SMS
(GSM and GPRS Mode)
Send and receive SMS
E-Mail
Via SMS-to-E-Mail-Gateway
Send and receive E-Mail (SMTP/POP3)
Express-E-Mail
—
Send and receive E-Mail via secure telephone connection, with immediate
delivery and without internet
Remote Control
—
Remotely control your PLC via a telephone
connection
Tab. 7-1:
Main Features
System Architecture
Features
MIM-G01
MIM-A01
CPU
—
32 Bit RISC-processor
Program Memory
—
Max 1 MB Flash-ROM
Data Memory
—
30...100 kB SRAM
Tab. 7-2:
System Architecture
Telephone- /GSM Network
Features
MIM-G01
MIM-A01
Network
GSM/GPRS, Dual Band, 900/1800 MHz
Analog telephone line jack (a/b interface), RJ11
GPRS- Features
GPRS multi slot Class 10, GPRS mobile
station Class B, Coding Schemes CS1, 2,
3, 4, complies to SMG31bis
—
GSM Features
Call Forwarding, Call Barring, Multiparty, Call
Waiting, Call Hold, Calling Line Identity, Advice
of Charge, USSD, Close User Group
—
Antenna Jack
FME (male), Coaxial, Impedance 50 Ω,
Rec.Freq.
925...960 MHz
1805...1880 MHz
SendingFreq.
880...915 MHz
1710...1785 MHz
Capacity
2 W at 900 MHz
1 W at 1800 MHz
—
Data Transmission
300 – 14,4 kbps async., transparent / not
transparent, ITU-T (V.21, V.22, V.22bis,
V.26ter, V.32, V.34, V110)
300bps - 56kbps
ITU-T (V.90, V.34+, V.32bis, V.32, V.22bis,
V.22, V.21), Bell 212A, Bell103
Fax Transmission
Fax Group 3 / Class 1
Fax Group 3 / Class 1 and 2.
2400 bps – 14,4 kbps ITU-T (V.17, V.29, V.27ter) 2400bps - 14,4kbps, ITU-T
(V.17, V.29, V.27ter, V.21 ch2)
Data Compression: MNP2, V.42bis
Error Correction/
Data Compression
MNP", V.42bis
Tab. 7-3:
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V.42 / MNP 2-4, V.42bis / MNP5
Telephone- /GSM Network
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Technical Data
Firmware
Features
MIM-G01
MIM-A01
Operating System
—
Commercial RTOS (real-time multitasking
operating system) with C++ abstraction
layer
File System
—
Commercial DOS-compliant flash file system with C++ abstraction layer
Tab. 7-4:
Firmware
General Data
Features
MIM-G01
MIM-A01
Power Supply
10...40VDC, max. 0.7A (2-pin screw terminal 2.5mm²) and jack (pin diameter =
2.1mm, inner diameter = 6mm)
10...30VDC, max 0.7A, screw terminals
2.5mm2 and power supply jack
(pin diameter = 2.1mm,
inner diameter = 6mm)
LED Signals
Power and Status GSM
Power, Mail in, Line, Mail out, Modem
Mode
Controls
—
Service-Button
Allowed Temperature
Operation: 0...+50°C, Storage: -30...+70°C
Allowed Humidity
5...95% relative humidity, non-condensing
Protection Level
IP20
Soiling Protection
2
RS 232
RS 232 nach ITU-T V24, V28, Hardware Handshake
Baudrate: 300 – 115.200 bps, 300 – 115.200 bps wiht Autobauding
9-pin D-Sub Jack (female)
Signal line
Pin
Signal line
Pin
TX CT103
3
DSR CT107
6
RX CT104
2
DTR CT108-2
4
RTS CT105
7
DCD CT109
1
CTS CT106
8
RI
CT125
9
GND CT102
5
Conformity
Standards: , EN55022 (9:2003),
EN55024 (10:2003) EN301489-1/7 (2000 GSM)
EN60950
3GPP TS 51.010-1 (9:2002, v5.0.0.0)
GCF-CC (10:2002, v3.8.1)
Standards: , EN55022 (9:2003),
EN55024 (10:2003)
EN60950
R&TTE policy TS 103021
Extra Features
Software upgrade,
Voice and DTMF Capable
Software upgrade,
Voice and DTMF Capable
Case/Mounting
DIN-Rail 35mm (EN50022), vertically or horizontally
Dimensions
Weight
Tab. 7-5:
7-2
Width: 88mm x Height: 58mm x Depth: 91mm (without antenna connection)
190 g
180 g
General Data
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Technical Data
Dimensions
7.1
Dimensions
7.1.1
MIM-G01
88
RS 232
NORMAL MODEM
GSM
Antenna
Push
Power
SIM-Card
Push
10...40 V DC
Status GSM
-
+
71
58
027954
4,3
46
541034
NORMAL MODEM GSM
with 1x Rs232
10 - 40VDC, max. 0.7 A
4
91
13
Fig. 7-1:
Mitsubishi Industrial Modem
Dimensions
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Dimensions
7.1.2
Technical Data
MIM-A01
88
SUPER MODEM
56k
DC 10...30V
-
+
Service
Power
Mail in
Mail out Modem Mode
COM1 (RS232)
Line
58
4,3
46
541034
91
027954
SUPER MODEM 56k
with 1x RS232
10 - 30VDC, max. 0.7 A
4
Fig. 7-2:
7-4
Dimensions
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Appendix
AT Commands MIM-G01
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Appendix
8.1
AT Commands MIM-G01
This chapter describes the most important MIM-G01 AT modem commands. Detailed information on these may be obtained from www.mitsubishi-automation.de.
8.1.1
Important AT Commands
+CPIN – PIN
This command requests the PIN status and enters the PIN/PUK.
Command
Possible answers
AT+CPIN?
+CPIN: READY PIN
+CPIN: SIM PIN
+CPIN: SIM PUK
+CPIN: SIM PIN2
+CPIN: SIM PUK2
+CME ERROR: <err>
AT+CPIN=<pin>
Note: enter PIN
OK
AT+CPIN=<puk>,<pin>
Note: enter PUK and new PIN
OK
Tab. 8-1:
OK or not necessary
PIN required
PUK1 required
PIN2 required
PUK2 required
SIM error
+CPIN – PIN
Defined parameters:
<pin> 4...8 digit PIN
<puk>
8 digit PUK
+CSQ – Signal Quality
This Command requests the signal quality.
Command
Possible answers
AT+CSQ
+CSQ: <rssi>,<ber>
OK
Note: <rssi> and <ber> see below
Tab. 8-2:
+CSQ – Signal Quality
Defined parameters:
<rssi> :
0: -113 dBm or less
1: -111 dBm
30: -109 ... -53 dBm
31: -51dBm or more
99: unknown or not recognizable
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<ber> :
0…7: RXQUAL value
99: unknown or not recognizable
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+CNUM – Own Number
This Command sets the own number (MSISDN) of the SIM card for any service.
Command
Possible answers
AT+CNUM
Note: request MSISDNs
+CNUM : <alpha1>, <number1>, <type1> <CR><LF>
+CNUM : <alpha2>, <number2>, <type2>....
Tab. 8-3:
+CNUM – Own Number
Defined parameters:
<alphax>
<numberx>
<typex>
name for the number <numberx>
number in format determined by <typex>
type of adresse-byte in integer format
Example:
+CNUM :"Phone", "0612345678",129
+CNUM :"Fax", "0687654321",129
+CSCA – SMS Center Number
This Command requests or changes the SMSC number saved on the SIM card.
Command
Possible answers
AT+CSCA?
Note: request SMSC number
+CMS ERROR: 330
Note: service center unknown
+CMS <number>
Note: number of SMSC
AT+CSCA="<number>"
Note: save Service Center number
Tab. 8-4:
OK
+CSCA – SMS Center Number
Defined parameters:
<number>
SMSC number
+IPR – Baudrate
This Command sets baudrate of serial interface.
Command
Possible answers
AT+IPR?
+IPR: <rate>
OK
AT+IPR=<rate>
Note: disable autobauding and set given
baudrate.
OK
Tab. 8-5:
+IPR – Baudrate
Defined parameters:
<rate>
8-2
Data rate in bps (0 = Autobauding)
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AT Commands MIM-G01
+ICF – Data Format
This Command sets data format of serial interface.
Command
Possible answers
AT+ICF?
+ICF: <format>,<parity>
OK
Note: current values
AT+ICF=<format>,<parity>
OK
Tab. 8-6:
+ICF – Data Format
Defined parameters:
<format>
<parity>
<format>
<parity>
1: 8 Data 2 Stop
0: Odd
4: 7 Data 2 Stop
3: Space
2: 8 Data 1 Parity 1 Stop
1: Even
5: 7 Data 1 Parity 1 Stop 4: None
3: 8 Data 1 Stop
2: Mark
6: 7 Data 1 Stop
If <format> is 1, 3, 4 or 6, <parity> will be ignored
+IFC – Flow Control
This Command determines flow control on serial interface.
Command
Possible answers
AT+IFC?
+IFF: <DCE_by_DTE>,<DTE_by_DCE>
OK
Note: current values
AT+IFC=<DCE_by_DTE>,<DTE_by_DCE>
OK
Tab. 8-7:
+IFC – Flow Control
Defined parameters:
< DCE_by_DTE > < DTE_by_DCE >
0: none
0: none
2: RTS
2: CTS
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+COPS – GSM Network
This command requests accessible networks and sets the GSM home network.
Command
Possible answers
AT+COPS?
Note: request current network
+COPS: <mode>,<format>,<oper>
OK
AT+COPS=?
Note: request list of available networks
+COPS: (<stat>,"long <oper>","short <oper>","numeric <oper>")
OK
AT+COPS=0
Note: logon to the home network
OK
Note: successful
AT+COPS=<mode>,<format>,<oper>
Note: set network
OK
Note: successful
Tab. 8-8:
+COPS – GSM Network
Defined parameters:
<mode>
0: automatic (standard)
1: manual
2: logoff; device is logged off until
<mode>=0 or 1 is selected.
3: writes <format> (for output with AT+COPS?)
4: manual / automatic (<oper> required)
<stat>
0: unknown
1: available
2: active
<format>:
Format of <oper> parameters
0: long alphanumeric format
1: short alphanumeric format
2: numeric format (standard) and <stat>
Status of <oper>
<oper>: Service Provider ID
long alphanumeric format: 16 chars
short alphanumeric format: 8 chars
numeric format (standard) and <stat>: 5 chars
+CMGS – Send SMS
The Command sends SMS.
Command
Possible answers
AT+CMGS= <da><CR>
text entry<Strg-Z / ESC >
+CMGS: <mr>
OK
Note: transmitted ok
Tab. 8-9:
+CMGS – Send SMS
For sending the message, <Strg-Z> (ASCII 26) must be entered. The text may contain any character except <Strg-Z> and <ESC> (ASCII 27).
Defined parameters:
<da>:
Recipient number
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<mr>:
message reference number, (will be counted up automatically)
(Ring buffer, 0-255)
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Appendix
8.1.2
AT Commands MIM-G01
Overview of AT-Commands
Service Commands
Command
Description
+CLIR
+CLIP
+COLP
+CAOC
+CACM
+CAMM
+CPUC
+CHLD
+CLCC
+CSSN
+CUSD
+CCUG
Calling Line Identification (Transmission of the phone number)
Calling Line Identification (Display of the phone number of the caller)
Connected Line Identification
Advice Of Charge
Accumulated Call Meter
Accumulated Call Meter Maximum
Price Per Unit and Currency Table
Supplementary Services
List Current Calls
Service Notifications
Supplementary Service Data
Closed User Group
Tab. 8-10: Service Commands
V24-V35 Commands
Command
Description
+IPR
+ICF
+IFC
&C
&D
&S
O
Q
V
Z
&W
&T
E
&F
&V
I
A/
Fixed DTE Rate
DTE-DCE Character Framing
DTE-DCE Local Flow Control
Set DCD Signal
Set DTR Signal
Set DSR Signal
Back to Online Mode
Result Code Suppression
DCE Response Format
Default Configuration
Save Configuration
Auto-Tests
Echo
Restore Factory Settings
Display Configuration
Request Identification Information
Repeat Last Command
Tab. 8-11: V24-V35 Commands
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Dial Commands
Command
Description
D
H
A
+CEER
+VTD, +VTS
ATDL
AT%Dn
ATSO
+CICB
Dial command
Hang-up Command
Answer a Call
Extended Error Report
DTMF Signals
Redial Last Telephone Number
Automatic Dialing with DTR
Automatic Answer
Incoming Call Bearer
Tab. 8-12: Dial Commands
General Commands
Command
Description
+CGMI
+CGMM
+CGMR
+CGSN
+CSCS
+CIMI
+CCID
+GCAP
+CPOF
+CFUN
+CPAS
+CMEE
+CKPD
+CCLK
+CALA
Manufacturer Identification
Request Model Identification
Request Revision Identification
Product Serial Number
Select TE Character Set
Request IMSI
Card Identification
Capabilities List
Power Off
Set Phone Functionality
Phone Activity Status
Report Mobile Equipment Errors
Keypad Control
Clock management
Alarm management
Tab. 8-13: General Commands
Network
Command
Description
+CSQ
+COPS
+CREG
+WOPN
+CPOL
Signal Quality
Operator Selection
Network Registration
Read Operator Name
Preferred Operator List
Tab. 8-14: Network
Security
Command
Description
+CPIN
+CPIN2
+CPINC
+CLCK
+CPWD
Enter PIN
Enter PIN2
PIN Remaining Attempt Number
Facility Lock
Change Password
Tab. 8-15: Security
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AT Commands MIM-G01
Phonebook
Command
Description
+CPBS
+CPBR
+CPBF
+CPBW
+CPBP
+CPBN
+CNUM
+WAIP
Select Phone Book Memory
Read Phone Book Entries
Find Phone Book Entries
White Phone Book Entry
Phone Book Phone Search
Move Action in Phone Book
Subscriber Number
Avoid Phone Book Init
Tab. 8-16: Phonebook
SMS Commands
Command
Description
+CSMS
+CNMA
+CPMS
+CMGF
+CSAS
+CRES
+CSDH
+CNMI
+CMGR
+CMGL
+CMGS
+CMGW
+CMSS
+CSMP
+CMGD
+CSCA
+CSCB
+WCBM
+WMSC
+WMGO
Select Message Service
New Message Acknowledgement
Preferred Message Storage
Preferred Message Format
Save Settings
Restore Settings
Show Text Mode parameters
New Message Indication
Read Message
List Message
Send Message
Write Message to Memory
Send Message from Storage
Set Text Mode Parameters
Delete Message
Service Center Address
Select Cell Broadcast Message
Cell Broadcast Message IDs
Message Status Modification
Message Overwriting
Tab. 8-17: SMS Commands
Data Commands
Command
Description
+CBST
+FCLASS
+CR
+CRC
+ILRR
+CRLP
+DOPT
%C
+DS
+DR
\N
Bearer Type Selection
Select Mode
Service Reporting Control
Cellular Result Codes
DTE-DCE Local Rate Reporting
Radio Link Protocol Parameters
Others Radio Link Parameters
Select Data Compression
V42 bis Data Compression
V42 bis Data Compression Report
Select Data Error Correcting Mode
Tab. 8-18: Data Commands
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Fax Commands CLASS1
Command
Description
+FTM
+FRM
+FTH
+FRH
+FTS
+FRS
Transmit Speed
Receive Speed
HDLC Transmit Speed
HDLC Receive Speed
Stop Transmission and Wait
Receive Silence
Tab. 8-19: Fax Commands CLASS1
Fax Commands CLASS2
Command
Description
+FDT
+FDR
+FET
+FPTS
+FK
+FBOR
+FBUF
+FCQ
+FCR
+FDIS
+FDCC
+FLID
+FPHCTO
Transmit Data
Receice Data
Transmit Page Punctuation
Page Transfer Status Parameters
Terminate Session
Page Transfer Bit Order
Buffer Size Report
Copy Quality Checking
Capability to Receive
Current Sessions Parameters
DCE Capabilities Parameters
Local ID String
Page Transfer Timeout Parameter
Tab. 8-20: Fax Commands CLASS2
Special AT Commands
Command
Description
+CCED
+CCED
+WIND
+ADC
+CMER
+WLPR
+WLPW
+WIOR
+WIOW
+WAC
+WTONE
+WDTMF
+WDWL
+WVR
+WDR
+WHWV
+WDOP
+WSVG
+WSTR
+WSCAN
+WRIM
+W32K
Cell Environment Description
Automatic RxLev Indication
General Indications
Analog Digital Converter
Mobile Equipment Event Reporting
Read Language Preference
Write Language Preference
Read GPIO Value
Write GPIO Value
Abort Command
Play Tone
Play DTMF Tone
Wavecom Downloading
Wavecom Voice Rate
Data Rate
Hardware Version
Date Of Production
Wavecom Select Voice Gain
Wavecom Status Request
Wavecom Scan
Ring Indicator Mode
Power saving mode
Tab. 8-21: Special AT Commands
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AT Commands MIM-A01
8.2.1
Overview of AT Commands
Commands can be entered alone or in strings, and they must be preceded - except the A/ command - by the character sequence AT (or at) and ended with the content of the S3 register, which
usually is <CR/LF>. For example:
ATX1<CRLF>
ATQ0<CRLF>
The maximum length of a command line is 80 characters. If more commands are issued, the
modem responds with an error message. The commands can be sent with or without spaces
between commands and in upper-case or lower-case letters.The following commands produce
the same results:
ATX1QODP12345<CRLF>
At X1 Q0 Dp 12345<CRLF>
Use the Backspace key to delete errors.
In this summary and the following descriptions, the preceding AT sequence is not listed.
Command
Description
A
A/
B
D
E
H
I
L
M
N
O
P
Q
S
T
+TFORMAT
+TBAUD
V
W
X
Z
+++
&C
&D
&F
&G
&K
&P
&S
&U
&V
&W
&Y
Answer mode
Repeat last command
Select ITU-T or Bell
Dial command
Command mode echo
Switch hook control
Identification/checksum option
Speaker volume control
Speaker control
Select data rate handshake
Go online
Select pulse dialing
Result code display control
Select an S register
Select tone dialing
Data format at the serial interface
Baud rate of the serial interface
Result code form
Response code data rate
Result code type
Recall stored profile
Escape Sequence to return temporarily to Command mode
DCD (data carrier detect) option
DTR (data terminal ready) option
Load factory defaults
Guard tone option (1200 bps and 2400 bps only)
Select serial port flow control
Dial pulse ratio
DSR (data set ready) option
Disable Trellis coding
View active and stored profiles
Store active profile
Select stored profile on power-up
Tab. 8-22: Overview of AT Commands (1)
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Command
Description
&Z
%E
%G
-C
+ES
+MS
*NC
+VCID
@D
Store telephone number (up to 30 digits) to location 'n' (0-3)
Auto-retrain control
Rate renegotiation
Generate data mode calling tone
Error control selection
Modulation selection
CallerID settings
Country code setting
Accept a new firmware image to flash
Tab. 8-23: Overview of AT Commands (2)
8.2.2
AT Command Descriptions
This chapter describes the most important AT commands of the modem. The values marked
with an asterisk (*) are the default values.
+TFORMAT - Sets the data format
Sets the data format of the serial interface.
+TFORMAT="Dataformat"
Dataformat: DatabitsParityStopbits
Databits:
8, 7
Parity:
N (none), O (odd), E (even), X (auto-detection, default)
Stopbits:
1, 2
+TBAUD - Set the baudrate
Sets the baud rate of the serial interface.
+TBAUD="Baudrate"
Baudrate: AUTO (default), 300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200,
230400
&K - Select Serial Port Flow Control
This command specifies the DTE-to-modem flow control. Software flow control uses the characters XOFF (13h) and XON (11h) to stop and start data transmission, respectively, both to and
from the DTE. Bidirectional hardware flow control uses RTS/CTS to stop and start data from the
modem
&K0
&K3*
&K4
Disables flow control
Bi-directional hardware flow control - RTS/CTS
XON/XOFF software flow control
&D - DTR (Data Terminal Ready) Option
This command controls how the modem responds to DTR. After toggling DTR, the host should
wait 200 ms before modifying the UART registers or sending a new command to the modem.
This is done because the modem does not send an ‘OK’ message to indicate it has performed
the requested function.
&D0
&D1
&D2*
&D3
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The modem ignores DTR.
The modem switches from data to command mode when an on-to-off transition of DTR occurs.
An on-to-off transition of DTR causes the modem to go on-hook (hang up). While DTR
is off, auto-answer is disabled.
An on-to-off transition of DTR reinitializes the modem. The reinitialize procedure performs the
same function as a power-up reset, except that the UART registers are not reconfigured.
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D - Dial Command
This command causes the modem to immediately go off-hook as an originating modem and dial
a telephone number with corresponding dial modifiers. Dial modifiers are parameters that define
how the modem should dial the telephone number.
Dial Modifiers
0-9
A, B, C, D, *, #
P
R
Dialling Digits
Tone Dial Characters
Pulse Dial: configures the modem to use pulse dialling to dial a telephone number.
Reverse Originate Mode: places the modem in answer mode.
This modifier should be the last character in the Dialling string (for example,
ATDT 12345678R). After dialling the telephone number, the modem goes
into data modem answer mode instead of originate mode.
S=n
Dial NVRAM Telephone Number: causes the modem to dial a telephone
number previously stored in the NVRAM with the AT&Zn=x command.
T
Tone Dial: configures the modem to use DTMF tones to dial a telephone number.
W
Wait for Dial Tone: causes the modem to look for dial tone for a specified
amount of time. If dial tone or the amount of time specified by the S6
register times out, the modem processes the next command in the dial
string. If a busy signal is detected, the modem responds to the DTE with a
busy response code and then enters off-line command mode.
<space> - ( )
Ignored by Modem: these four characters are ignored by the modem.
Spaces also may be included in the dial string to separate area codes and
numbers.
L
Dials the last number used for dialling.
E - Command Mode Echo
This command selects whether the modem echoes AT commands back to the host in either
online or off-line command mode.
E0
E1*
Echo disabled
Echo enabled
H - Switch Hook Control
This command controls the telephone line relay (OHREL*) and causes the modem to either
hang up or pick up the telephone line. The H command can be issued only after the escape
sequence has been entered.
H0*
H1
Hang up telephone line (go on-hook)
Pick up telephone line (go off-hook)
Q - Result Code Display Control
This command selects whether the modem sends result codes to the DTE.
Q0*
Q1
Result codes enabled
Result codes disabled
X - Result Code Type
This command determines which modem result codes are enabled. Additionally, this command
specifies whether busy and dial tone detection are enabled or disabled.
X3
X4*
Result codes 0-5, 7, 10 and above enabled. Busy detect enabled and dial tone detect
disabled
Result codes 0-7, 10 and above enabled. Busy and dial tone detect enabled.
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&W - Store Active Profile
This command causes the modem to store a subset of the active profile command and S-register configurations into the NVRAM user profile ‘n’.
&W0*
&W1
Store in user profile 0
Store in user profile 1
+VCID - Caller ID Settings
The +VCID=n command controls the reporting and presentation of data associated with the Caller ID services.
+VCID0
+VCID1
don’t display CallerID
display CallerID
Additional and detailed information on AT commands are to be found within the Mitsubishi
manuals at www.mitsubishi-automation.de.
8.2.3
Overview of S-Registers
The modem holds S registers, which allow to check and store the active configuration. Some
S-registers are stored in non-volatile memory (NVRAM), which can be interrogated with Z, &Y,
and &W commands. The values of most S-registers can be modified using AT commands.
Register
Function
Default
Range
S0
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
S8
S9
S10
S12
No. of rings to auto-answer on
Ring count
Escape character
Carriage Return Character
Line feed character
Backspace character
Wait before dialing
Wait for carrier
Pause time for dial modifier
Carrier recovery time
Lost carrier hang up delay
Guard Time
Bit-mapped options (echo, modem responses,
tone/pulse dialing)
Bit-mapped options (serial interface)
Bit-mapped options (speaker, modem responses)
Bit-mapped options (interface speed, parity, guard tone)
Detect DTR change
Sleep mode timer
Maximum line speed attempted
0
0
43
13
10
8
2
60
2
6
14
50
0–255
0–255
0–127
0–127
0–127
0–32, 127
2–255
0–100
0–255
1–255
0–255
0–255
138
—
48
118
none
5
0
0
—
—
—
0–255
0–90
0–35
S14
S21
S22
S23
S25
S33
S37
Tab. 8-24: Overview of S-Registers
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AT Commands MIM-A01
Message Commands
In Message Mode, you can send this extended command set to the modem.
If you use this command in Modem Mode, an error will occur.
Overview of the Commands
Overview of the Commands
AT+T Send="All; ..."
AT+T Send="SMS; ..."
AT+T Send="Fax; ..."
AT+T Send="EMail; ..."
AT+T Send="POP3; ..."
AT+T Send="Express; ..."
sets general send parameters
sends an SMS message (depending on device)
sends a fax (depending on device)
sends an Internet e-mail
retrieves Internet e-mail from provider
sends an Express E-Mail
Control and Configuration
AT+T Send?
AT+T List
AT+T Read
AT+T Delete
AT+T Time
AT+T Time?
AT+T Echo
AT+T Verbose
AT+T Speaker
AT+T Answer
AT+T Erase
AT+T Redial
AT+T RedialDelay
AT+T DialRules
AT+T Mode
AT+T Help
AT+T Format
displays the current configuration
displays a list of the messages received
displays received messages
deletes received messages
sets the system time
displays the system time
switches the local echo on or off
switches comprehensive feedback on or off
sets the sound level of the modem speaker
switches the call receipt on or off
resets the modem (factory default)
sets the number of redial attempts (default=0)
defines the delay time between redial attempts (default=90)
defines dial method and dial tone detection
switches between modem mode and Message Mode
displays an overview of the extended commands
defines data format on serial interface
Remote Dial-In
AT+T Send="TransMode; ."
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RS 232 connection to the connected control unit
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AT+T Send - Sending SMS, E-Mail, Fax and Express E-Mail Messages
Setting General Message Parameters
AT+T Send="All;..."
AT+T Send="ALL; DialPrefix:nnn; ModemName:Name; ModemNumber:number End:char"
This command sets the parameters that are common to all types of messages;
no message is sent.
No message text can be entered after this command!
nnn:
Getting an Outside Line Prefix
If you are using the modem on a system where a prefix is needed to get an outside line, enter it here. Enter characters which can be dialled (0-9,*,#, comma) only.
If no prefix is needed to get an outside line, you can leave out this parameter.
Name:
When sending fax messages, this name is used in the header of the
fax sent and as sender ID when sending Express E-Mails.
A maximum of 16 alphanumeric characters is allowed.
Number:
Number of the telephone line to which your Tixi modem is connected.
This number must be entered in international format: +49-30-1234567.
This number is used in the headers of fax messages and is listed as the sender for Express
E-Mails.
Char:
Defines the character that closes the message and starts sending. (default:
<STRG>+<Z>)
Example:
Enter the external call prefix "0", the modem name "John Doe Inc, modem 2" and
the telephone number "+44-20-1234567":
AT+T Send = "All; DialPrefix:0; ModemName: John Doe Inc, modem 2;
ModemNumber: +44-20-1234567"
Sending a Fax
AT+T Send="Fax;..."
AT+T Send="Fax; Dial: number"
>SubjectText
>MessageText line#1
>MessageText line#n
><CTRL>+<Z>
This command sends a text message as fax or sets the parameters.
When you have closed the command line with <CR/LF>, the modem displays a prompt (>) where
you can specify the subject line you want in your fax message. The message text is entered in subsequent lines. To close this message, press the keys <CTRL>+<Z>.
If you skip the message text, the parameters are saved for later use until replaced by new parameters.
Number:
The recipients fax number.
Enter characters which can be dialled (0-9,*,#, comma) only.
SubjectText:
This is the first line of the message text. It forms the subject line
of the fax message.
MessageText line#1...n:
Other lines of the message text.
Each line is entered at the prompt character displayed by the modem and closed by <CR/LF>. During sending the modem does
an automatic line break after 75 characters by itself. The message text must not contain umlauts.
Example:
AT+T Send="Fax; Dial: 40578747"
>Hello Paul
>This is the important message sent by fax.
>
>See you.
><CTRL>+<Z>
Short modem reply:
OK
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Sending an SMS Message
AT+T Send="SMS;..."
AT+T Send="SMS; To: recipient; ServiceCentreNumber: SCNumber; Type: Protocol"
>MessageText
><CTRL>+<Z>
This command sends an SMS message or sets the parameters.
When you close the command line by pressing <ENTER> (<CR/LF>), the modem displays a prompt
(>) where you enter the message text on one line.
To end and send the message, press <ENTER> and then<CTRL>+<Z>.
If you skip the message text, the parameters are saved for later use until replaced by new parameters.
SCNumber:
The relevant SMS service centre number.
This parameter must also be set when receiving SMS messages because incoming SMS calls are recognized using this number.
Enter characters which can be dialled (0-9,*,#, comma) only.
Recipient:
Number of person receiving the SMS message - in most cases a mobile phone
number.
Protocol:
Protocol of the relevant SMS service centre. Valid values are:
D1_TAP
Sending SMS via D1-SMSC (for example, D1 mobile phone)
D2_UCP
Sending SMS via D2-SMSC (for example, D2 mobile phone)
Mobilkom_A_TAP Sending SMS via Mobilcom Austria (A1)
PSTN
Sending SMS Messages via PSTN-SMSC
If not indicated otherwise, the protocol supported by the host of the recipient call number is automatically
used. (Germany only)
MessageText:
At the prompt, enter the SMS text and finish by pressing ENTER.
A maximum of 160 characters may be used for the text of an SMS, including
<CR/LF>. Enter the SMS text as consecutive text in one line. The message text
must not contain umlauts.(The <CR/LF> character is created by pressing the
ENTER key)
Example:
a)
The send command configures all necessary parameters and an SMS message is sent:
AT+T Send="SMS; To:071365776; ServiceCentreNumber:0193010"
>The message text follows here.
><CTRL>+<Z>
Comprehensive modem reply:
+T Send: sending message
* StartTime: 2001/10/30,09:42:13
* EndTime: 2001/10/30,09:42:26
* SMSC Time: 2001/10/30,09:42:48
OK
b) The send command uses the configured parameters (incl. receiver number) and an
SMS message is sent:
AT+T Send="SMS;"
>The message text follows here.
><CTRL>+<Z>
Short modem reply:
OK
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Sending an Express E-Mail
AT+T Send="Express;..."
AT+T Send="Express; To: Recipient; Dial: Number;From: Sender"
>Subject
>MessageText line#1
>MessageText line#n
><CTRL>+<Z>
This command sends an Express E-Mail or sets the parameters.
When you have closed the command line with <CR/LF>, the modem displays a prompt (>) where
you can specify the subject line you want in your e-mail. The actual message text is entered in the
subsequent lines. To close this message, press <CTRL>+<Z>.
If you skip the message text, the parameters are saved for later use until replaced by new parameters.
Number:
This is the number that must be dialled to connect to the recipient
Enter the number exactly as it is to be dialled, including all country or area
codes.
Leave out the external call prefix that was indicated in the general parameters.
Recipient:
Express E-Mail address of the recipient, for example,
PAUL+49-30-1234567.
This is inserted in the To: field in the header of the Express E-Mail.
Sender:
Express E-Mail address of the sender, for example,
OTTO+49-30-7654321.
This is inserted in the From: field in the header of the Express E-Mail.
Subject:
Subject line of the message.
This is always generated from the first line that is entered after the
prompt.
MessageText line#n
Other lines of the message text.
Each line is entered at the prompt displayed by the Tixi modem and closed by <CR/LF>.
During sending the modem does an automatic line break after 75 characters by itself. The message text must not contain umlauts
Example:
The send command configures all necessary parameters and sends an Express E-Mail:
AT+T Send="Express; Dial: 1234567; From: JOHN+44-20-7654321;
To: PAUL+44-20-1234567"
>Hello Paul,
>The fan in room 123 in house 12 is not working.
>
>Regards, John.
><CTRL>+<Z>
Short modem reply:
OK
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Sending Internet E-Mail (SMTP)
AT+T Send="Email;..."
AT+T Send="Email; To: Recipient; Dial: Number;From: Sender; Flags:flag
PPPUser: User; PPPPassword: Password; SMTPMailServer: SMTPServer"
>Subject
>MessageText line#1
>MessageText line#n
><CTRL>+<Z>
This command sends an Internet e-mail or sets the parameters.
After closing the command line using <CR/LF>, your Tixi modem displays a prompt (>) where you
can specify the subject line.
The actual message text is entered in the subsequent lines.
To close this message, press <CTRL>+<Z>.
If you skip the message text, the parameters are saved for later use until replaced by new parameters.
Number:
Dialup number of the Internet service provider.
Enter characters which can be dialled (0-9,*,#, comma) only.
Sender:
Internal e-mail address of the message sender, for example,
paul@example.com.
This address is used for the From: field of the outgoing message.
Recipient:
Internet e-mail address of the message recipient, recipient
otto@example.net. This address is used for the To: field of the
outgoing message.
flag:
Enter “PbS“ here if POP-before-SMTP is to be used.
(otherwise you can omit the parameter.)
User:
PPP user name to dial into the Internet service provider.
Password:
PPP password.
SMTPServer:
Name or address of the SMTP server that is to send the message,
for example, mail.provider.com.
Subject:
Subject line of the e-mail.
This is always generated from the first line that is entered after the
prompt.
MessageText line#1...n:
Other lines of the e-mail text.
Each line is entered at the prompt character displayed by the modem and closed by <ENTER>. The message text must not contain umlauts.
Example:
An Internet e-mail is sent:
AT+T Send="EMail; Dial: 0191011; From: user@example.com;
To: info@example.net;
PPPUser: 00012345678445566; PPPPassword: Rose;
SMTPMailServer: smtp.t-online.de"
>Hello Paul,
>This is the important message sent by e-mail.
><CTRL>+<Z>
Short modem reply:
OK
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Retrieving Internet E-Mail (POP3)
AT+T Send="POP3;..."
AT+T Send="POP3; Dial: Number;PPPUser: ISP user;PPPPassword: ISP-PW; Flags:Flag;
Username: Mailbox; Password: MailPW; POP3MailServer: POP3server“
>START
><CTRL>+<Z>
This command tests the specified mailbox (POP3) and starts retrieving email, if necessary.
Each fully downloaded message is deleted from the POP3 server.
If e-mails are stored in the memory of the modem, the red Mail-in LED on the modem lights up.
IMPORTANT!
Because this is a send command, a prompt also appears here after you enter the
command. To start retrieving e-mail, press ENTER followed by CTRL+Z.
If you press ESC the parameters are saved but no POP3 query will be executed.
Number:
Access number of the Internet service provider.
Enter characters which can be dialled (0-9,*,#, comma) only.
PPP user name to dial into the Internet provider.
PPP password.
If you indicate “d”, the messages will not be deleted by the server after they are retrieved.
User name of the mailbox (POP3) for logging into the mail server.
Mailbox password.
Host name or IP address of the POP3 mail server that holds the message, for example, mail.example.com.
ISP user:
ISP-PW:
Flag:
Mailbox:
MailPW:
POP3serve:
Example:
The mailbox Smith (password: John) is retrieved from the mail server mail.provider.com.
For PPP login, the user name JSmith and password Petsname are used:
AT+T Send = “POP3; Dial: 2345678; PPPUser: JSmith; PPPPassword: Petsname;
Username: Smith; Password: John;
POP3MailServer: mail.example.com”
>START
><CTRL>+<Z>
Modem reply:
OK
* DetectedMails: Number1
Number of messages detected in the mailbox
* DetectedSize: Size1
Size of detected messages
* ReceivedMails: Number2
Number of received messages
* ReceivedSize: Size2
Size of messages received
Since the configuration parameters are only necessary when you first configuration and are optional
after this, you can start continuous mail retrieval with the following short command:
AT+T Send = "POP3"
><CTRL>+<Z>
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8.2.6
AT Commands MIM-A01
Message Commands
AT+TList - Displaying Received Messages
AT+T List = "type"
Displays a list of all received messages of the indicated message type.
Type:
The type of the messages to be displayed. The following types are supported:
ALL
All messages
SMS
SMS (mobile and PSTN).
Express
Express E-Mail
EMail
Internet e-mail.
Response:
+Tlist=Entry#1, type#1, time#1
+Tlist=Entry#2, type#2, time#2
...
+Tlist=Entry#n,type#n,time#n
OK
Entry#n:
Number of the entry.
The corresponding message can be referenced with this number
to read it out or delete it.
Type#n:
Message type of the nth entry in the list.
Time#n:
Time stamp of the corresponding message. It is generated by the Modem
when the message has been received completely.
Example:
AT+T List="ALL"
Show all received messages.
Modem reply:
+T List=11,SMS,2001/10/7,12:05:55
+T List=12,SMS,2001/10/7,12:10:16
+T List=21,Express,2001/10/7,12:22:27
OK
AT+T List="SMS"
All received SMS messages are shown.
Modem reply:
+T List=11,SMS,2001/10/7,12:05:55
+T List=12,SMS,2001/10/7,12:10:16
OK
AT+T Delete - Deleting a Stored Message
AT+T Delete=Number.
Deletes the message with the indicated number from the memory of the modem.
Number:
Number of the message to be deleted.
This number can be determined through the List command. To delete
the first stored message (that is the oldest), enter a 0 (zero) as the
number.
Example:
A message with the number 11 will be deleted:
AT+T Delete=11
Modem reply:
OK
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AT+T Read - Reading a Stored Message
AT+T Read=Number..
Lists the message with the indicated ID from the memory of the modem.
The message is not deleted and can be read as often as you want.
Number:
Number of the message to be read. This number can be determined using
the List command. To read the first stored message (that is the oldest),
enter a 0 (zero).
Response:
Short response (AT+T Verbose="Off"):
+T Read= number, type, time
*message
OK
Comprehensive response (AT+T Verbose="On"):
+T Read: Number, type, time
“ParameterList”
*message
OK
Message:
Text of the message.
Each text line of the stored message begins with *
ParameterList:
Additional Parameters - depending on message type.
Number:
Number of the message to be read.
Type:
SMS, Express E-Mail or Internet e-mail
Time:
Time stamp of the message
is set after successful receipt from the Tixi AT Modem.
Example:
An SMS message with the number 11 is read out:
AT+T Read = 11
Modem reply:
+T Read: 11, SMS, 2001/10/07,12:05:55
“From:071346768422; TimeStamp:2001/10/07,12:05:37"
*That is a message from Hans!
OK
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8.2.7
AT Commands MIM-A01
Modem Commands
AT+T Answer - Setting the Response Behaviour
AT+T Answer="OnOff"
Switches the modem’s call answering on or off. This is necessary to receive messages.
OnOff:
On
Off
Example:
Call answering on (default)
Call answering off
Switch off the call answering
AT+T Answer="Off"
Modem reply:
OK
AT+T Answer?
Displays the active answer setting.
AT+T Answer?
Modem reply:
+T Answer: "On"
OK
AT+T Time - Setting the System Time
AT+T Time="time"
Sets the system time for the modem which is used for internal time stamp, date fields for SMTP messages and fax headers. The internal system time must be set for all modems:
- after initial connection
- after time changes (normal/summer time)
- when using in other countries/time zones
- after disconnecting from power supply, or power loss
Check the time from the controlling application as needed and set, if necessary.
Zeit:
Format of the system time to be set:
YYY/MM/DD, hh:mm:ss, time zone
YYYY:
year (1980....2036)
MM:
month (01...12)
DD:
day (01..31)
hh:
hour (00..23)
mm:
minute (00...59)
ss:
second (00...59)
Time
Time zone in which the modem is located.
zone:
The value gives the difference from GMT
with this syntax: +/-HHMM (for example, +0100 for CET).
Example:
The system time of the modem is set at 24.1.2003, 12:16:00 CET:
AT+T Time="2003/01/24, 12:16:00, +0100"
Modem reply:
OK
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Reading the Current System Time
AT+T Time?
Displays the system time of the modem
AT+T Time?
Modem reply:
+T Time: 2003/1/24,12:17:00,+0100
OK
AT+T Echo - Switching the Echo On or Off
AT+T Echo="OnOff"
Switches the echo for keyboard input on or off.
OnOff:
On
Echo switched on (default)
Off
Echo switched off
Example:
AT+T Echo="On"
Modem reply:
OK
AT+T Echo?
Displays the active echo setting.
AT+T Echo?
Modem reply:
+T Echo: "On"
OK
AT+T Verbose - Switching Comprehensive Responses On or Off
AT+T Verbose="OnOff"
Switches the comprehensive responses of the modem on or off.
OnOff:
On
Switch on comprehensive responses (default)
Off
Switch off comprehensive responses
Example:
AT+T Verbose="On"
Modem reply:
OK
AT+T Verbose?
Displays the active response setting.
AT+T Echo?
Modem reply:
+T Verbose: "On"
OK
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AT+T Mode - Activating Modem Mode or Message Mode
AT+T Mode="Mode"
Sets the operating mode of the modem.
ModemMode:
The modem works like a “normal” modem.
The standard Hayes AT commands are applicable.
The Message Mode commands are not applicable.
The red Modem Mode LED lights up.
MessageMode:
The automatic functions of the Tixi AT Modem are activated and
effective.This mode must be activated,
otherwise the message commands described here may not be
used!
The standard Hayes AT commands are not applicable.
The Modem Mode LED is switched off.
ModemMode
(default)
MessageMode
Mode:
Example:
AT+T Mode="MessageMode"
activates Message Mode.
Modem reply: OK (the Modem Mode LED turns off)
AT+T Mode?
Use also:
and AT+T Mode=?
shows the current mode
shows the possible modes
AT+T Help - Showing a Command Overview
AT+T Help
Gives an overview of the instruction set of the Mitsubishi Super Modem.
In this way you can access the most important information at any time when working with the Tixi
modem even when the manual is not available
AT+T Erase - Resetting the Modem
AT+T Erase
Use this command to reset the modem. The modem is reset, all user-defined settings are deleted
and the device returns to its factory default settings.
AT+T Redial
AT+T Redial
Sets the number of automatic redial attempts.
Redials
0...9
(default=0)
Example:
AT+T Redial="3"
Modem reply: OK
AT+T Redial?
Displays the configured number of automatic redials.
AT+T Redial?
Modem reply:
+T Redial:"3"
OK
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AT+T RedialDelay
AT+T RedialDelay
Sets the time to wait between redial attempts.
Delay
60...600
delay in seconds
(default=90)
Example:
AT+T RedialDelay="120"
Modem reply: OK
AT+T RedialDelay?
Displays the time to wait between redials.
AT+T RedialDelay?
Modem reply:
+T RedialDelay:"90"
OK
AT+T DialRules - Dial Method, Dial Tone Detection
AT+T DialRules="DialMethod,DialTone"
Defines dial method and dial tone detection rules.
DialMethod:
Tone:
Pulse:
DialTone:
NoWaitForDialTone:
WaitForDialTone:
Tone dialing (MFV) (default)
Pulse dialing IWV
device doesn’t wait for a dial tone (ATX3)
device does wait for a dial tone (ATX4)
Example:
AT+T DialRules="Tone,NoWaitForDialTone"
Modem reply: OK
AT+T DialRules?
Shows settings of dial method and dial tone detection.
AT+T DialRules?
Modem reply:
+T DialRules: “Tone,NoWaitForDialTone”
OK
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AT+ T Speaker - Adjusting the Modem Speaker Volume
AT+T Speaker="Volume"
Sets the volume level of the modem speaker.
Volume:
Volume
switches the speaker off
Min
low volume level (default)
Middle
medium volume level
Max
maximum volume level
Example:
AT+T Speaker="Middle"
Modem reply: OK
AT+T Speaker?
Displays the speaker settings.
AT+T Speaker?
Modem reply:
+T Speaker: "Off"
OK
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Index
Index
A
N
Antenna
cable· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-5
connecting · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-5
connection · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-3
Normal Modem GSM · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 1-1
AT Commands
MIM G01 · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 8-1
MIM-A01 · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 8-9
C
Configuration
ALPHA XL· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 6-1
MELSEC FX · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 6-5
Conformity· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 7-2
Connectors
MIM-A01 · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-7
MIM-G01 · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-3
D
Dimensions
MIM A01· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 7-4
MIM G01 · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 7-3
F
FX Messenger · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 6-5
FX Remote Access · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 6-5
G
GSM antenna · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-5
GSM Features· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 7-1
I
Inserting the SIM card · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-5
Installation
MIM A01· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-7
MIM G01 · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-3
L
LEDs
MIM A01 · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-8,5-1
MIM G01 · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-4
Line · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-7
O
Overview
AT-Commands MIM G01 · · · · · · · · · · 8-5
MIM A01· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 8-9
P
PLC Connection· · · · · · ·
Polarity of the power supply
Power supply · · · · · · · ·
Project Settings · · · · · · ·
Protection Level · · · · · · ·
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4-1
4-1
6-1
7-2
R
RS 232 · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 7-2
S
Screw terminals
MIM A01· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-7
MIM G01 · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-3
Selftest · · · · · ·
Send SMS · · · · ·
Service Button · ·
SIM card· · · · · ·
Super Modem 56k
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5-1
6-2
3-7
3-5
1-1
T
Technical Data · · · · · · · · · · · ·
Telephone Network
Connection · · · · · · · · · · · ·
Exchange System· · · · · · · · ·
Testing the Telephone Connection
Teleservice via PC · · · ·
Temperature· · · · · · · ·
Transparent Mode
Login Command · · ·
Time delays during · ·
TransMode Command
· · · · · 7-1
· · · · · 3-9
· · · · · 3-9
· · · · · 3-9
· · · · · · · · · · · 1-2
· · · · · · · · · · · 7-2
· · · · · · · · · · · 6-7
· · · · · · · · · · · 6-6
· · · · · · · · · · · 6-7
W
Weight · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 7-2
M
Meaning of LEDs
MIM-A01 · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-8
MIM-G01 · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-4
Modem Typ · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 1-2
Mounting DIN rail · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-10
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