Data Sheet ENG
IT R011 0001 SE c
GSM TELEPHONE INTERFACE
Control via SMS of 2 outputs with SPDT power relay
Two digital inputs with option of sending SMS alarm messages
Buffer batteries to send SMS alarm messages when there is no
power supply
• Room temperature reading via an external sensor
• Antifrost function
• High reliability level thanks to the automatic reset and
re-registration every 24 hours
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Via Prosdocimo, 30
I-36061 BASSANO DEL GRAPPA (VI)
Tel.: +39.0424.567842
Fax.: +39.0424.567849
http://www.seitron.it
e-mail: [email protected]
MECHANICAL DESCRIPTION
Fig. 1 shows the exterior of the telephone interface.
GSM status LED " C "
This two-coloured LED indicates the device working status:
D
A
1
C
B
2
E
G
Fig. 1
Fixed red: it indicates that the interface can not receive or
send SMS due to no service of the GSM carrier.
The LED turns fixed red when:
- The device is powered and is initializing and registering in the
GSM network. In this status commands can not be managed
via SMS.
- There is no antenna.
- There is not enough signal, there is no communication with
the mobile phone carrier.
Flashing red: it indicates that the interface can not receive or
send SMS due to a problem with the SIM card. The LED turns
flashing red when:
- The SIM card is not inserted.
- The PIN request in the SIM card has not been removed.
- The SIM card credit is insufficient.
- The SIM card is out of date.
- Error when SMS are sent due to a network congestion.
Yellow and Green: the device is connected to the GSM
network and is ready to receive commands via SMS. The
colour and the type of flashing indicate the intensity of the
GSM signal:
Fixed green:
signal is excellent
Flashing green: signal is good
Fixed yellow:
signal is fair
Flashing yellow: signal is poor
OUT1 " D " and OUT2 " E " status LEDs
OUT1 and OUT2 status LEDs constantly display the status of
the relevant outputs:
on: output is on
off: output is off
OUT 1 " A " OUT 2 " B " output buttons
On the front of the interface there are two buttons associated
with the two outputs. Every time a button is pressed, the
status of the relevant output is inverted, this allows manual onsite ON/OFF switching.
F
Fig. 2
" G " reset button
The left side of the interface features a slot to access to the
reset button, which is used to force the reboot of the interface
software or reset the factory default settings.
The reset button can be pressed without opening the
interface’s panel, simply inserting the tip of a screwdriver into
the slot of the button, indicated as G in Fig. 3.
For further information, please see the paragraph "RESET
BUTTON".
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" F " diagnostic LED
This LED is visible only when the cable lid is taken off, since it
is used for diagnostics only, in case of faults.
The diagnostic LED flashes yellow when the interface is
registered to the GSM carrier.
INSTALLATION
WARNING!
Before installing the telephone interface, find the best position and make sure there is a good
signal of the GSM operator. See the paragraph "GSM COVERAGE CHECK".
1
2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
3
4
1
2
60mm
Fig. 5
5
Fig. 6
Make the electrical connections.
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SIM
WIRING DIAGRAM
OUT1
C
NC
1
2
OUT1
OUT2
NO
3
C
NC
4
5
NO
6
12V GND IN1
IN2
7
10 11 12
8
9
+S
-S
NC
1
SA
IN1
C
S.A.
2
OUT2
NO
3
C
NC
4
5
NO
6
12V GND IN1
IN2
7
10 11 12
8
9
+S
-S
S.A.
S.A.
TO PROGRAMMABLE
THERMOSTAT
IN2
L
230V~ /
12V100mA
N
Fig. 7: Connection diagram.
230V~ /
12V100mA
EXTERNAL
POWER ADAPTOR
EXTERNAL
POWER ADAPTOR
Fig. 8: Example of connection to a programmable thermostat.
BOILER
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1
2
THERMOSTAT
OUT1
C NC NO
1
2
3
Fig. 9: Example of the telephone interface connected in series with a thermostat.
BOILER
1
2
THERMOSTAT
OUT1
C NC NO
1
Fig. 10: Example of the telephone interface connected in parallel with a thermostat.
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BATTERY INSERTION
WARNING!
Before inserting the batteries, fully install the telephone interface as described in the
paragraph "Installation" and make sure that it works correctly with a 12V power adaptor. Also
make sure that the final SIM card is inserted and that there is a sufficient signal coverage of
the GSM carrier in its final position.
6
7
Fig. 12
Fig. 11
8
9
1
1
INSERT
BATTERIES
RESPECTING
POLARITY
2
Fig. 14
Fig. 13
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Fig. 16
Fig. 15
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GENERALITIES
• Deactivate the PIN CODE prompt.
This device is a telephone interface capable of switching one
or two electric devices on and off from any distance via a GSM
mobile phone network. It can be used to control burners,
programmable thermostats, air conditioning systems and small
irrigation systems, etc.
The interface works with a SIM card that is inserted inside it
and accepts SMS commands from users memorised in the
contact list or password-based commands; all SMS messages
received from unrecognised users or containing command
errors are ignored and deleted. Furthermore, the telephone
interface can send SMS alarm messages to the phone
numbers of the contact list in case of certain events, such as
the change in the status of an input or a too low or too high
room temperature or in case of mains power interruption or
mains power return.
The telephone interface can receive commands from a mobile
or fixed telephone or another device (computer or alarm
system) provided it has the capability of sending SMS
messages. By means of simple SMS messages you can
command up to two external devices or check the status of the
two outputs and the two inputs, as well as getting a room
temperature reading.
The interface has a non-volatile memory enabling it to retain
information about its current status and resume operating in
the same status even after a power interruption.
Two pushbuttons on the front of the interface allows to change
over the output status manually. The status is visually
indicated by two LEDs (OUT 1 and OUT 2).
The two-colour GSM status LED (
) lets you know at all
times whether the interface is connected to GSM network or
not and also provides an indication of signal strength.
Advanced functions make it possible to regulate the room
temperature, via an external sensor, or protect the interior by
means of the antifrost function.
The telephone interface can only work with SIM cards that
do not request a PIN code when the device is switched on.
• If you do not know the phone number associated to the SIM
CARD, make a call to a phone to display it.
It is not necessary to remove all the phone numbers of the SIM
contact list.
To install the device, follow these steps and look at the
pictures of page 2, 3 and 4:
WARNING: Identify the best position for installing the
telephone interface, making sure to check that the GSM
carrier signal strength is good.
For installation it is necessary to access the internal parts.
1 Using a screwdriver, push the plastic flap of the bottom slot
and slightly lift the cable lid up (Fig. 3).
2 Rotate the cable lid and remove it completely (Fig. 4).
3 Fix the plate onto the wall using the two screw housings
with a 60 mm centre-to-centre distance (use the screws
and/or dowels supplied), and let the wires pass through the
rectangular openings (Fig. 5).
WARNING: When working with tools in the vicinity of
the screw holes, be careful not to damage the internal
electronic circuits.
4 Screw the antenna supplied onto the connector and insert
the SIM card in the telephone interface, after suitably
preparing it as described in the paragraph: "PREPARING
THE SIM CARD" (Fig. 6).
WARNING: Disconnect the telephone interface from
the power supply before inserting or removing the SIM
card.
5 Make the electrical connections according to the most
suitable wiring diagram (see Fig. 7 - 8 and the paragraph
"electrical connections").
The GSM status LED C allows to check the intensity of the
GSM signal. Alternatively, this information can be obtained via
the "STATUS" command ("SIGNAL" line).
It is suggested to check the GSM signal intensity several times
and at different hours to have an idea of the average
behaviour.
If the signal is poor, install the interface in a better position for
the radio reception. Alternatively, install an external antenna
with an extension cable. The cable of the external antenna
must be screwed onto the connector in place of the whip
antenna supplied with the interface.
BATTERY INSERTION
WARNING!
Before inserting the batteries, fully install the telephone
interface and make sure that it works correctly with the 12V
power adaptor. Also make sure that the final SIM card is
inserted and that there is a sufficient signal coverage of the
GSM carrier in its final position.
6 Remove the antenna and unscrew the screw blocking the
cover onto the base (Fig. 11).
7 Rotate the cover and slightly press it until you take it off
completely (Fig. 12).
8 Insert the batteries supplied according to the correct
polarity (Fig. 13).
Close the interface following these steps:
9 Place the cover on the base so that the two teeth of the
upper part matches the relevant slots and rotate the cover
towards the base.
10 Insert the screw blocking the cover onto the base and
screw the antenna onto the relevant connector (Fig. 15).
11 Place the cable lid on the base and rotate it towards the
base; push the cable lid until the locking plastic flap springs
into the hole on the lower side of the cable lid (Fig. 16).
a WARNING
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
GSM COVERAGE CHECK
If the interface does not respond to commands, most
likely this could be due to a poor reception of the GSM
signal. Please evaluate the possibility to install an external
antenna to increase reception and improve reliability.
PREPARING THE SIM CARD
Before placing the SIM card in the telephone interface, you
must insert it into a mobile phone and carry out the following
steps:
Follow the connection layout shown in Fig. 7.
The changeover contacts of the relays of the two outputs are
available at terminals 1 .. 6. The relay contacts are voltage free
and it is possible to activate loads as shown in the diagram. An
external temperature sensor can be connected either to
terminals 11 and 12 or the SA connector.
Terminals 9 and 10 are respectively inputs IN1 and IN2, whose
status is acquired by the interface. It is possible to connect any
electrical contact to these inputs, as indicated in the diagram.
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Glossary
GSM: "Global System for Mobile Communications", an
international standard for digital mobile telephony.
SMS: "Short Message Service" permits you to send or receive
messages of up to 160 characters using mobile phones
or fixed telephones that support this function.
SIM: "Subscriber Identity Module" it is the smart card
inserted in each GSM phone and contains the protocols
for connecting to the network of the mobile phone
carrier, the subscriber"s personal data, SMS messages
and contact list. It may be in ISO format (the size of a
standard credit card) or the Plug-in type.
INSTALLATION
Connection in series (Fig. 9): OUT1 must be in the ON status
in order to turn on the burner and permit regulation of the
temperature via the thermostat. To disable the temperature
regulation function, you must turn OUT1 OFF. The thermostat
setpoint should always be left on the "comfort" temperature. If
you want to use the antifrost function, you must enable it from
the interface by giving the ANTIFROST command.
In this case it is necessary to install the temperature sensor in
the room whose temperature you wish to regulate.
Connection in parallel (Fig. 10): OUT1 must be in the OFF
status in order to regulate temperature via the thermostat. To
disable the regulation function either turn off the thermostat or
turn the setpoint adjustment dial to minimum. To turn it on
remotely, send the " REGULATE " command to the interface,
which will regulate the temperature to the desired value. When
you want to go back to regulating the temperature with the
thermostat, you must turn it on or raise the setpoint and switch
OUT1 of the interface to OFF. If desired, the antifrost function
can be obtained by means of the thermostat, for example by
turning the setpoint adjustment dial to minimum. Alternatively
you can enable it through the telephone interface by giving the
ANTIFROST command; in this case it is necessary to install
the temperature sensor in the room whose temperature you
wish to regulate.
EXTERNAL TEMPERATURE SENSOR
To be able to get a room temperature reading it is necessary
to connect an external sensor to the "SA" connector (Fig. 7) or,
alternatively, connect the 2 wires to terminals 11 and 12.
The type of probe to be used is a NTC with 10KOhm at 25°C
and the maximum permitted length of cables is 3 metres.
OPERATION
When you turn the device on, the LEDs on the front will turn on
for a few seconds in a non significant way. Then the LEDs
OUT1 and OUT2 will flash red together with the yellow GSM
LED for 3 times. After the initial flashing, the LEDs OUT will
display the status of the outputs and the LED GSM will turn red
to indicate that the interface is registering to the GSM carrier.
After a few seconds, the GSM LED will turn green or yellow,
based on the intensity of the signal, to indicate that the
registration to the GSM carrier is complete.
RELIABILITY
In typical conditions of use, the telephone interface remains in
stand-by for long periods of time, waiting for commands via
SMS. During these periods the mobile phone carrier may
decide to "unregister" the interface due to extended inactivity
and cut off GSM communication.
To keep the communication always enabled, the device
automatically carries out a software reboot cycle and a reregistration every 24 hours: in this way communication is kept
enabled all the time.
During the "Reset" the outputs are turned off for a few seconds
and then they will return to the original status.
Both the output status and configuration are retained also in
the event of a mains power failure.
RESET BUTTON
If you need to force a software reboot of the interface, the
Reset button G can be pressed with a screwdriver.
Alternatively, if batteries are not installed, the 12V power
supply can be cycled.
If the batteries are installed, cycling 12V power supply will not
force a software reboot since batteries will keep the interface
powered; in this case the Reset button must be pressed.
The Reset button also allows to reset the factory default
settings, which can be used, for example, when you forget
your access password. To reset the factory default settings,
push and hold for a few seconds the Reset button, until you
see the sequence GREEN-RED-GREEN-RED on the GSM
status LED.
Data stored will be reset as shown in Table 1.
Table 1:
Factory default settings that can be restored by holding the
reset button.
FUNCTION
Password
Language
Allarm TMIN
Allarm TMAX
Allarm IN1
Allarm IN2
Allarm Power
Setreport
FACTORY DEFAULT
SETTING
123456
Italian
Enable 5°C
Disable
Disable
Disable
Enable
ON
CHARGING THE BATTERIES
After inserting the batteries, when the interface is powered for
the first time (12V), a 16-hour battery charging cycle will start.
Afterwards, batteries will be kept charged with trickle charges.
After a power interruption, batteries will be charged up to reset
the charge lost during the black-out.
Make sure the interface is running with a 12V power adaptor
and that the final SIM card is inserted before installing
batteries, since turning off and then back on the interface
would restart another 16-hour charging cycle. Repeated
charging cycles on already charged batteries make them warm
up and possibly deteriorate.
Also the Reset button restarts a 16-hour charging cycle.
If you need to turn off or reboot the interface and you want to
skip the battery charging cycle, simply power the interface at
12V without inserting the batteries, wait for 2 minutes so that
the interface detects missing batteries and then insert the
batteries.
BATTERY OPERATION
When batteries are inserted, the interface will remain off, it is
necessary the 12V power supply fot the interface to turn on.
Once it is on, if the 12V power supply is interrupted, the
interface will stay on because it is powered by batteries,
however the two outputs and the relevant LEDs will be turned
off and their status can not be modified with the OUT1 and
OUT2 buttons. The outputs are turned off to save the battery
energy since also the driven outputs will be off due to mains
power missing.
In this status the interface is still connected via GSM to send
SMS alarm messages and to respond to users" commands.
Also, when the device is running on batteries it is possible to
modify the status of outputs with the commands TURN ON
and TURN OFF, however, the outputs can be physically turned
on only when mains power returns. The batteries operation
autonomy depends on the GSM communication traffic and on
the signal intensity and it is typically 25 hours.
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However, it is important to use a voltage free contact, i.e. one
connected only to the interface and not to other electrical
equipment.
Terminals 7 and 8 are the inputs to which you must connect
the 230V~/12V power adaptor (supplied); connect the positive
wire, usually marked with a white stripe, to terminal 7.
If you want to connect the telephone interface to a
programmable thermostat with an input dedicated to the
interface, connect the 2 wires originating from the
programmable thermostat as shown in the diagram in Fig. 8. If
you want to control a system remotely using a simple
thermostat or programmable thermostat not provided with an
input dedicated to the telephone interface, it is possible to
connect the interface in 2 ways, which result in slightly different
operating modes:
If batteries are completely discharged, the interface will turn off
and can not respond to the SMS commands.
When the interface is off or not registered to the GSM carrier,
the GSM carrier will still keep the commands sent via SMS for
a few days.
As soon as the interface is connected again, it will receive all
the messages that have been stored over the past days.
Therefore, should there be a prolonged power cut off or fault, it
is normal to receive multiple responses to commands sent a
long time ago.
NORMATIVE REFERENCES
The product complies with the following standards:
EMC (2004/108/c) - LVD (2006/95/c): EN 60730-1 (2011)
R&TTE (1999/05/c):
EN 301 489-1 V1.6.1 (2005)
EN 301 489-7 V1.3.1 (2005)
EN 301 511 V9.0.2 (2002)
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TECHNICAL FEATURES
Power supply:
Electrical input:
Frequency:
Antenna type:
Range of adjustment:
Antifrost range:
Measuring range:
Sensor type:
Precision:
Resolution:
Regulation hysteresis:
Alarm hysteresis:
External sensor:
Length of ext. sensor wires:
Contact rating:
Digital inputs:
Analog inputs:
Buffer batteries:
Protection rating:
Operating temperature:
Storage temperature:
Humidity limits:
Battery operating
temperature NiMh :
Enclosure:
Material:
Colour:
Weight:
Installation:
WARNING
- This device has been designed to work complete with a
SIM card and antenna. Do not keep the device on for
long periods of time if the SIM card or antenna are
missing.
- This device is a low power radio transceiver. When
switched on, it transmits and receives radiofrequency
energy.
- The device may cause interference if operated in
proximity to radios, television sets, telephones or
electronic equipment in general.
- The device may in turn be subject to interference that
can affect its performance.
- Do not position the device in proximity to medical
equipment.
- Do not use the device in contact with the human body
and do not touch the antenna unless strictly necessary.
- The device works by using a radio signal: no mobile
phone carrier is able to guarantee a connection at all
times.
- To ensure correct regulation of room temperature, it is
recommended to install the sensor away from sources
of heat, draughts or particularly cold walls (thermal
bridges).
- To connect the sensor use cables with a minimum cross
-section size of 1.5 mm2 and maximum length of 25 m.
Do not pair the cables in ducts with the mains power
lines.
- Connect the device to the mains power supply via an
omnipolar switch complying with current regulations
and having a contact gap of at least 3 mm in each pole.
- Device installation and electrical connections must be
entrusted to qualified personnel and must comply with
the laws in force.
- Before making any connections make sure the mains
power is disconnected.
12V= (10 .. 16 V=)
1,3W Max
900 - 1800 MHz Dual Band
SMA M screwable whip antenna
0.0 .. 32.0 °C
0.0 .. 18.0 °C
-20.0 .. 55.0 °C
NTC 10K @25°C ±1%
± 1.0°C
0.1°C
0.5 °C
1.0 °C (per 60 sec)
NTC 10K @25°C ±1%
3 m MAX
2 x 3A @ 250V~ SPDT
2
1 for external NTC sensor
3xAAA NiMh 1,2V 800..1000 mAh
IP 30
-20 .. +55 °C
-20 .. +55 °C
20 .. 80 % RH non condensante
0 .. +45 °C
ABS V0 self-extinguishing
Signal white (RAL 9003)
~ 556 gr.
Wall mounted
WARRANTY
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30.5
In view of its commitment to continuous product development,
the manufacturer reserves the right to change technical and
performance specifications without notice. Consumers are
protected by a warranty against product nonconformities in
accordance with European Directive 1999/44/EC and the
manufacturer’s warranty policy. The complete text of the
warranty is available from the dealer on request.
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DIMENSIONS (in mm)
DESCRIPTION OF COMMANDS
The commands for controlling the telephone interface are
described in detail below. They represent the text to be written
in the SMS message.
All commands must be preceded by the password if the
phone number the message is being sent from is not
recorded in the contact list. The factory default password
is "123456" and can be changed by means of a specific
command.
Example if not recorded:
123456 TURNON
Example if recorded:
TURNON
a WARNING
- When composing the text of command messages it is
important to abide by the rules of syntax, including
blank spaces.
- In the commands illustrated below, the _ symbol stands
for a blank space.
- Command texts can be either in capital or small letters.
- In the case of temperatures either a dot or comma can
be used as the decimal separator.
- Each SMS message may contain only one text
command.
TURNON-TURNOFF: activates or deactivates relay outputs
With the " TURNON " and " TURNOFF " commands you can
activate or deactivate an output.
The message to be sent to the telephone interface is the
following:
Activate OUT1:
TURNON_OUT1
Activate OUT2:
TURNON_OUT2
TURNOFF_OUT1
TURNOFF_OUT2
TEMP indicates the temperature measured by the probe in
degrees centigrade. The output OUT1, also known as
"CALDAIA" is on, while OUT2 is off. The "Regulate" function is
enabled and will adjust the temperature to 22°C for 2 and a
half hours.
The "Antifrost" function is enabled at 5°C. The IN1 input is
open, while the IN2 input is closed.
The GSM signal intensity is good. Whenever the interface is
connected in "Roaming" mode, "(R)" will be displayed at the
end of the signal line.
The credit function is enabled and there is enough credit for
other 124 SMS.
POWER YES indicates that there is the 12V power supply and
therefore there is mains power.
Note: In the reply message the REGULATE, ANTIFROST and
CREDIT lines will not be shown if the respective functions are
not enabled.
SETREPORT: Confirmation messages.
The telephone interface may be configured to respond to each
command received with an SMS confirmation.
The message to be sent to the interface is the following:
To enable the sending of an SMS confirmation:
SETREPORT_ON
To disable the sending of an SMS confirmation:
SETREPORT_OFF
In the case of commands not associated with a specific
response, an SMS confirmation with the following texts will be
sent:
The name of the output can be omitted: in this case output
OUT1 will always be turned on or off.
"COMMAND EXECUTED" o
"CONFIGURATION ACCEPTED"
if the command has been recognized and carried out.
TURNON
TURNOFF
SETPSW: Changing the password
If alternative names have been associated with the 2 outputs
via the " NEWNAME " command - for example, the name
"BURNER" has been associated with OUT 1 - more intuitive
commands can be sent, like:
TURNON_BURNER
TURNOFF_BURNER
For example: 123456_SETPSW_ABCD12
ON/OFF SWITCHING VIA A CALL
If a phone number is recorded among the contacts, the status
of output OUT1 can be switched simply by making a call from
that number to the telephone interface. It will "hang up" on
recognising the user and perform the operation while saving
the cost of an SMS message.
In any case, even if SETREPORT is OFF, a message will be
sent as notification that the status has been switched.
STATUS: system status
The " STATUS " command allows you to interrogate the
interface in order to find out the current status of the outputs
and inputs and obtain other information about the device.
The message to be sent to the interface is the following:
STATUS
The interface will send a message reporting its current status.
Below is an example of a possible return message:
STATUS - TEMP. 15.4C
CALDAIA ON
OUT2 OFF
REGULATE 22.0C 2H30M
ANTIFROST 5.0C
IN1 OPEN
IN2 CLOSE
SIGNAL GOOD
Using the " SETPSW " command you can change the
password for sending commands via the telephone interface.
The minimum length of the password is 4 characters, while the
maximum length is 14 characters. It can include numbers and
letters with no difference between upper and lower-case
letters.
current password_SETPSW_new password
"123456" was the old password, now "ABCD12" becomes the
new password.
ADD: add a phone number to the contact list
With this command you can record your phone number in the
contact list of the interface so that you can send commands
without having to enter the password each time.
You will also have to record the phone number of the users
you want alarm messages to be sent to.
The contact list can contain up to a maximum of 10 names.
ADD_user name_phone number
For example: ADD_JOHN_+393491234567
In this manner the user " JOHN " associated with the phone
number indicated will be memorised in the contact list.
It is important always to include the country calling code (+39
for Italy).
The name may be 14 characters long at the most.
REMOVE: remove a number from the contact list
REMOVE_phone number
For example: REMOVE_+393491234567
You can use this command to remove the phone number
indicated from the contact list.
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Deactivate OUT1:
Deactivate OUT2:
CREDIT 124
POWER YES
cycled or when the OUT1 output is manually turned on or off
with the button or the commands.
CONTACTS
In response to this command the interface will send a
message containing a list of all the recorded contacts. The
name will be shown first, followed by the phone number.
If the contact list includes more than 4 contacts, two or more
SMS will be sent.
REGULATE: Regulation of room temperature.
The telephone interface is able to regulate the room
temperature in heating mode when an external sensor is
connected.
With the " REGULATE " command, the temperature and
period of time (in hours) during which the temperature will be
regulated, can be set.
The temperature can be set within the range of 0.0°C .. 32.0°C,
whereas the time can be set from 1 to 48 hours.
The regulation function is always performed via OUT1 and
therefore a heating device (burner) must be connected to that
output.
REGULATE_temperature_time
The room temperature must be expressed in °C. The value
can be expressed with or without the decimal, while the
regulation time must be expressed in hours.
For example: REGULATE_20_12 or REGULATE_20.0_12
The two examples given are equivalent and will result in the
room temperature being regulated to a setpoint of 20.0°C for a
period of 12 hours.
If the interface is configured to send a confirmation message
(SETREPORT ON), it will respond to the REGULATE
command with the return message of the STATUS command.
To end the regulation period earlier than planned you can send
a "TURNOFF OUT1" command (see "TURNON-TURNOFF"
command) or manually change the status by means of the
pushbutton on the front panel of the interface.
a WARNING
The REGULATE command function is cancelled when:
- a command TURN ON or TURN OFF of the OUT1 output
is received
- the OUT1 button is pushed
- a phone call to toggle OUT1 is received
- there is a 12V power interruption when the batteries are
not installed
Therefore, it is important not to send commands relating to
OUT1 during the room temperature regulation.
CALIBRATE: Sensor offset
If for any reason the room temperature measurement is not
satisfactory, it is possible to correct it by means of the
CALIBRATE command, which allows you to set a temperature
offset of up to ±5.0°C, to be added to the actual room
temperature reading.
The message must be composed as follows:
CALIBRATE_offset temperature
For example:
CREDIT: Credit low warning.
With the CREDIT command it is possible to set the amount of
credit present in the SIM card and consequently receive an
SMS warning message when the credit is about to run out.
Credit must be expressed in the form of available SMS
messages.
The number of available SMS messages is calculated by
dividing the credit in Euros of the SIM card by the cost of
sending a single SMS message. The maximum number of
SMS messages that can be set is 9999.
CREDIT_number of available SMS
For example: CREDIT_300
Enables the function and sets a remaining credit of 300 SMS.
The interface keeps track of the remaining credit, decreasing
the total by one unit each time an SMS message is sent. When
the credit level becomes 10, a warning message will be sent:
"Warning, credit is 10 SMS".
In order for this function to be effective, you must remember to
reset the credit level every time you recharge the SIM card.
CREDITO OFF: disables the CREDIT function
To disable the credit warning function, send a message
containing the following command:
CREDIT_OFF
NEWNAME: Personalising the name of outputs and inputs
Using this command you can assign an alternative name to the
2 inputs and 2 outputs to make your commands more intuitive.
The two relay outputs of the interface are called OUT1 and
OUT2, whereas the 2 inputs are called IN1 and IN2.
The message to be sent to the telephone interface must be
worded as follows:
ANTIFROST: Enables the Antifrost function
When the antifrost function is enabled, the interface will
activate output OUT1 if the room temperature falls below the
set antifrost temperature (range 0.0°C .. 18.0°C) to protect
both the room and the HVAC system.
In order for the function to work, a heating device must be
connected to OUT1 and an external temperature sensor must
obviously be connected as well.
ANTIFROST_temperature
The room temperature must be expressed in °C; the value
may be expressed with or without the decimal.
CALIBRATE_3,2
3.2°C will be added to the room temperature measured by the
sensor.
NEWNAME_input/output_alternative name
For example: NEWNAME_OUT1_BURNER
NEWNAME_OUT2_CLIMA
NEWNAME_IN1_PUMP
NEWNAME_IN2_WINDOW
The alternative name may be up to 10 characters long and can
also be used in the ALARM and MESSAGE commands.
The alternative names defined with NEWNAME will be used in
responses to the STATUS command and can also be used in
the place of OUT1 and OUT2 to specify the output in a turnon/
turnoff command.
For example: ANTIFROST_5
It enables the antifrost function on the OUT1 output with a 5°C
threshold.
ANTIFROST OFF: Disables the Antifrost function.
ANTIFROST_OFF
It allows to disable the antifrost function.
The antifrost function remains enabled also when power is
ALARM MANAGEMENT
The telephone interface can be configured to send SMS alarm
messages.
Each time an alarm event occurs, a message will be sent to all
the users in the contact list, specifing the type of event that has
occurred.
The " ALARM " command allows you to set the operating
mode to be associated with each individual alarm and the ON/
OFF status.
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CONTACTS: view the numbers recorded in the contact list
Below is a description of the various types of alarms and the
syntax to be used in the message should you wish to change
the current configuration.
When an alarm is configured, if " SETREPORT " is enabled
(ON), an SMS message specifying the alarm configuration
status will be sent.
When this type of alarm is configured, the interface will monitor
the status of the contacts connected to inputs IN1 and IN2.
Should there be a change in the status of the input as
previously configured, the interface will send an SMS alarm
message to all the users in the contact list.
ALARM_input_status_time_unit
Time:
Unit:
IN1
IN2
OPEN
CLOSE
1 .. 255 range
(S) seconds
(M) minutes
Example:
ALARM_IN1_OPEN_3_S
In this case an alarm message will be sent if IN1 switches from
a closed status to an open one for at least 3 seconds.
Example:
ALARM_IN2_CLOSE_10_M
ENABLED
DISABLED
ALARM_TMIN_ENABLED
ALARM_TMAX_DISABLED
ALARM_IN1_ENABLED
ALARM_IN2_DISABLED
ALARM_POWER_ENABLED
If you want to know the alarm configuration, it is sufficient to
send a message containing the word " ALARM " (without any
parameter).
The interface will respond with a message like the ones in the
examples below:
TMIN 5.0C ENABLED
TMAX 30.0C ENABLED
IN1 OPEN 3 S DISABLED
IN2 CLOSE 10 M ENABLED
POWER ENABLED
SETREPORT OFF
The response means:
- " minimum temperature " alarm enabled, with a threshold of
5.0°C;
In this case an alarm message will be sent if IN2 switches from
an open status to a closed one for at least 10 minutes.
- " maximum temperature " alarm enabled, with a threshold of
30.0°C;
MINIMUM TEMPERATURE ALARM
- alarm when the contact of input IN1 remains open for at
least 3 seconds, but the alarm is disabled;
Using this command you can set the minimum room
temperature, within a range of -20°C .. +55°C, below which the
telephone interface will send the corresponding alarm
message.
The command sent to the interface must contain the following
information:
- alarm when the contact of IN2 closes and remains closed
for at least 10 minutes, the alarm is enabled;
ALARM_TMIN_temperature
The device is factory configured with power interruption alarm
enabled and TMIN alarm enabled at 5°C, while al the other
alarms are disabled.
Example:
ALARM_TMIN_10
The minimum temperature set in this case is 10°C; the
interface will generate an alarm message if the room
temperature falls to 10°C or lower.
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE ALARM
Using this command you can set the maximum room
temperature, within a range of -20°C .. +55°C, above which the
telephone interface will send the corresponding alarm
message.
ALARM_TMAX_26
- power interruption alarm enabled;
- the function of responding to each command with an SMS
confirmation is disabled (OFF);
Alarm messages
On alarm events the device sends the following warning
messages (default messages) to the registered users,
according to the different types of alarm:
"Alarm temperature too low"
"Alarm temperature too high"
"Alarm IN1 input"
"Alarm IN2 input"
The maximum temperature set in this case is 26°C; the
interface generates an alarm message if the room temperature
raises to 26°C or above.
Important: Once a temperature alarm has been sent, the
temperature must vary by at least 1°C for at least 1 minute
in order for a new alarm message to be generated.
"Mains power interruption alarm"
"Mains power returned"
Using the " MESSAGE " command, the alarm messages can
be personalised by defining a new text with a maximum of 60
characters:
MESSAGE_IN1_new message
POWER INTERRUPTION ALARM
When this alarm is enabled, the interface will send a SMS
alarm message in case of power supply interruption which is
when the 12V power supply interrupts for at least 3 minutes.
Batteries must be installed for the electric power alarm to work.
A message will be sent also on the power supply return, after 3
minutes of restored power. See the enable/disable command
in the following paragraph.
ENABLING / DISABLING ALARMS
Each alarm may be individually enabled or disabled:
ALARM_alarm type_status
Alarm type:
MESSAGE_IN2_new message
MESSAGE_TMIN_new message
MESSAGE_TMAX_new message
For example:
MESSAGE_IN1_PUMP_ALARM
" PUMP ALARM " becomes the text that will be used for the
alarm associated with input IN1.
DEFAULT: Reset default.
The " DEFAULT " command resets all the parameters to
factory default settings.
Default values are shown in Table 1 and Table 2.
IN1
DEFAULT
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Status:
Status:
Examples:
INPUTS ALARM
Input:
IN2
TMIN
TMAX
POWER
Table 1:
Factory default settings that can be restored by holding the
reset button.
FUNCTION
Password
Language
Allarm TMIN
Allarm TMAX
Allarm IN1
Allarm IN2
Allarm Power
Setreport
The response will be similar to this:
" VERSION - MANUFACTURER "Seitron S.p.A."
MODEL "SKE039 - SEITRON ITR011"
VERSION "1.0.0""
LANGUAGE
It is possible to modify the language of the interface
commands. The interface will accepts commands with different
languages and moreover will respond to them and will send
alarm messages in the set language.
The interface will not accept commands in a language that is
different from the set language.
LANGUAGE_lingua
For example:
to set Italian: LANGUAGE_ITA
to set English:LANGUAGE_ENG
It is possible to choose the languages listed below.
Please refer to the instruction sheets of the relevant language
for the command list.
Italian:
ITA
English:
ENG
French:
FRE
German:
GER
Spanish:
SPA
Polish:
POL
Swedish:
SWE
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Output OUT1
Output OUT2
Name IN1
Name IN2
Alarm message
Contact
Temperature calibration
Antifrost function
Credit function
FACTORY DEFAULT
SETTING
CALDAIA
OUT2
IN1
IN2
Default
No contact
0.0 °C
OFF
OFF
On receiving this command the interface will send a message
containing the firmware version of the device.
VERSION
FACTORY DEFAULT
SETTING
123456
Italian
Enable 5°C
Disable
Disable
Disable
Enable
ON
Table 2:
Factory default settings that can be restored with the " DEFAULT " command.
FUNCTION
VERSION: Firmware version
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Table 3:
Summary of the configuration commands.
DESCRIPTION
TURNON
Activates an output.
TURNON_OUT1
Activates OUT1.
TURNOFF
Deactivates an output.
TURNOFF_OUT2
Deactivates OUT2.
REGULATE
Enables the temperature regulation
function.
REGULATE_22_10
Regulates heating on OUT1 at 22°C for
10 hours.
STATUS
Requests the status of inputs e
outputs.
STATUS
An SMS message reporting the system
status will be returned.
ANTIFROST
Enables the antifrost function.
ANTIFROST_4
OUT1 will be switched on in the event
that the temperature falls below 4°C.
SETREPORT
Configures the sending of confirmation
messages.
SETREPORT_ON
Enables the sending of confirmation
messages.
ADD
Adds a contact.
ADD_JOHN_+3912345678
Adds JOHN and the respective phone
number to the contact list.
REMOVE
Deletes a contact.
REMOVE_+3912345678
Delete the contact with the phone
number indicated.
CONTACTS
Requests the contents of the contact
list.
CONTACTS
An SMS message containing the list of
contacts will be returned.
NEWNAME
Sets an alternative name for an input
or output.
NEWNAME_OUT1_BURNER
In commands BURNER can be used in
the place of OUT1.
ALARM
Configures an alarm as enabled or
disabled.
ALARM_IN1_OPEN_3_s
An alarm will be generated if input IN1
opens for 3 seconds.
ALARM
Disables alarm IN1.
ALARM_IN1_DISABLED
Input IN1 will no longer generate alarm
messages.
ALARM
Requests the current alarm
configuration.
ALARM
An SMS message with the current alarm
configuration will be returned.
MESSAGE
Sets a personalised alarm message.
MESSAGE_IN1_PUMP
"PUMP" becomes the text of the SMS
message that will be sent on occurrence
of the alarm.
CREDIT
Enables the credit function.
CREDIT_456
Sets a remaining credit of 456 SMS
messages.
SETPSW
Changes the password.
123456_SETPSW_PIPPO
"PIPPO" becomes the new password.
DEFAULT
Restores factory default configuration.
DEFAULT
Return to the factory configuration with
password "123456".
VERSION
Requests the device firmware version.
VERSION
An SMS specifying the firmware version
of the interface will be sent.
LANGUAGE
Set the language.
LANGUAGE_ITA
The interface will respond to the
commands in Italian.
CALIBRATE_-3,0
An offset value of 3°C will be subtracted
from the room temperature reading.
CALIBRATE Calibrates room temperature readings.
EXAMPLE
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