ICP DAS USA GT-530 User manual

ICP DAS USA GT-530 User manual
GT-530 user manual v1.4
GT-530
Intelligent SMS alarm controller
User Manual v1.4
High Quality, Industrial Data Acquisition, and Control Products
Publication
Feb, 2012 Ver. 1.4
GT-530 user manual v1.4
Warranty
All products manufactured by ICP DAS are warranted against
defective materials for a period of one year from the date of delivery to
the original purchaser.
Warning
ICP DAS assumes no liability for damages consequent to the use
of this product. ICP DAS reserves the right to change this manual at
any time without notice. The information furnished by ICP DAS is
believed to be accurate and reliable. However, no responsibility is
assumed by ICP DAS for its use, or for any infringements of patents or
other rights of third parties resulting from its use.
Copyright
Copyright 2009 by ICP DAS CO., LTD. All rights reserved
worldwide.
Trademark
The names used for identification only may be registered
trademarks of their respective companies.
Version
Date
Author
Description
1.4
2012/02/02
Alung
Release version
Publication
Feb, 2012 Ver. 1.4
GT-530 user manual v1.4
Table of Contents
1. Introduction ............................................................................................... 1
1.1
1.2
Features............................................................................................................. 2
Applications...................................................................................................... 2
2. Hardware ................................................................................................... 4
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
Specifications ................................................................................................... 4
Appearance and pin assignments...................................................................... 6
Diemensions ..................................................................................................... 7
DI/DO Internal Structure and Wire Connection ............................................... 8
LED indicators................................................................................................ 10
Installing GT-530............................................................................................ 11
How to reset GT-530 ...................................................................................... 11
2.8
Charge and discharge of Li-Battery................................................................ 12
3. Installing GT-530 Utility ......................................................................... 13
3.1
3.2
Installing .NET Compact Framework ............................................................ 13
Installing GT-530 Utility ................................................................................ 15
4. GT-530 Utility operation ......................................................................... 18
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
Main menu...................................................................................................... 19
Operation Language ....................................................................................... 21
Login............................................................................................................... 22
Device parameter............................................................................................ 24
SMS Recorder ................................................................................................ 31
Device Time.................................................................................................... 33
Counter Value ................................................................................................. 34
Change Password............................................................................................ 35
DO control/DI status....................................................................................... 36
4.10
4.11
4.12
Battery information ........................................................................................ 37
Signal Quality ................................................................................................. 38
Version ............................................................................................................ 39
4.13
System ............................................................................................................ 40
5. SMS Command ....................................................................................... 41
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
Publication
@TIME (Time set and inquiry) ................................................................... 42
@DOCn (DO control) .................................................................................... 43
@ACTV (Counter value inquiry)................................................................... 44
@DIV (DI/DO inquiry) .................................................................................. 45
@BAT (Battery inquiry) ................................................................................. 46
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@PASS(Password inquiry)............................................................................. 47
T6. Send/Receive SMS by COM 3................................................................ 48
6.1
6.2
Send data to COM port of GT-530 by SMS command .................................. 48
Sending SMS by COM 3 ................................................................................ 48
7. Troubleshooting....................................................................................... 49
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1. Introduction
GT-530 is an intelligent SMS controller for industry applications with the simple
commands and SMS tunnel function with powered by the external power or Li-Battery.
Also, GT-530 can support UNICODE for users to implement sending SMS messages with
various languages. It can provide the SMS report function by setting the return time or
DI/counter trigger.
GT-530 can be a remote control and alarm system allowing you to use your mobile
phone to monitor and control your business from any location. Its alarm facilities provide
a flexible way to distribute critical alarm information to any number of mobile phone
users.
GT-530 can monitor total 10 digital inputs (6 counters). A SMS can be sent when
these DI are triggered or counters exceed preset limits. The user can also interrogate the
status of I/O through SMS messages. The GT-530 also has 2 Digital output which can be
activated via DI trigger or SMS to control the lamps, pumps, heaters etc.
It needs to configure the GT-530 for the first use
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1.1 Features
z Support 850/900/1800/1900 MHz Quad-band frequency
z Identify 7Bits or UCS2 SMS Automatically
z Support max. 140 ASCII Characters
z Support max. 70 Unicode Characters
z Built-in ASCII Commands and SMS tunnel Communication Modes
z Max. 10 Default Phone Numbers
z Built-in Watch-dog Function
z Industrial Design with Surge Protection
z Support SMS setting and control
z 10 DI (6 Counter), 2 DO, 2 RS232 port
z Digital input support NC(normal close)/NO(normal open)/Counter modes
z Peroidic SMS report
z Alarm SMS triggered by DI trigger or exceed Counter preset limits
z Support simple command to send SMS via RS232
z Support DC +10 VDC ~ +30 VDC Power Input
z Supports 3.7 V Li-ion Battery Backup
z DIN Rail design
1.2 Applications
z Remote equipment maintenance and automation
z Vending or Gaming monitor system
z Home/Factory security
z Escalators & Elevators
z Energy Management
z Temperature Monitoring
Application 1: Signal Alarm and SMS communication
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Application 2: Home security
Application 3: Remote maintenance
Application 4: SMS Tunnel Communication
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2. Hardware
2.1 Specifications
System
CPU
32 bit CPU
SRAM
32K Bytes
Flash Memory
512K Bytes
RTC
Gives time(sec, min, hour) & date, leap year compensation
WDT(watchdog) Yes
Serial ports
RS-232:TXD,RXD,GND for configuration
COM2
RS-232:TXD,RXD,GND for communication with other
COM3
devices
DIO
Input
10 Channel ( 6 Counter 5~40Hz + 4 Channel Digital input
powered by external power or Li-battery)
On Voltage : +3.5~24VDC
Off Voltage : +1V Max.
Output
D/O :2 Channel Open collector output ([email protected])
2 digital output channels
Output type : Open-Collector (NPN)
Load Voltage : +24V Max.
Load Current : 100mA Max.
GPRS/GSM Module
GSM Quad-band 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
Compliant to GSM phase 2/2+
-Class 4(2W @ 900 MHz)
-Class 1(1W @ 1800/1900 MHz)
Coding schemes : CS 1, CS 2,CS 3,CS 4
SMS: 7bits and UCS2 mode
GPRS/GSM
Power
Protection
Frame Ground
Protection
Required Supply
Voltage
Reverse polarity protection
ESD, Surge, EFT, Hi-Pot
+10 VDC ~ +30 VDC
Option :600/1200 mAh Li-ion battery backup
Mechanical
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Casing
Plastic
Flammability
Dimensions (W x
H x D)
Installation
Environment
Operating
Temperature
Storage
Temperature
Humidity
UL 94V-0 materials
91 mm x 132 mm x 52 mm
DIN-Rail
-25 °C ~ +75 °C
-40 °C ~ +80 °C
5 ~ 95% RH, non-condensing
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2.2 Appearance and pin assignments
Pin assignments:
A.
B.
DI0 ~ DI5 support counter function which can not be powered by the
external power input
DI6 ~ DI9 can be powered by Li-battery in the absence of the external
power input
DI/DO
01
Pin
Assignment
DI0
02
DI1
03
DI2
04
DI3
05
DI4
06
DI5
07
DI6
08
DI7
09
DI8
10
DI9
11
DO0
12
DO1
13
DO.PWR
14
Ext.GND
Terminal No.
DI
DO
DI/DO
COM Port & Power Input
Terminal
No.
Pin
Assignment
01
GND
02
RxD3
03
TxD3
04
GND
05
RxD2
06
TxD2
N/A
07
N/A
Power Input:
+10 ~ 30VDC
08
DC.+VS
09
DC.GND
10
F.G
COM3
RS-232
COM2
RS-232
Frame
Ground
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2.3 Diemensions
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2.4 DI/DO Internal Structure and Wire Connection
2.4.1
DI Internal Structure
2.4.2
DI mode- NC (normal close)
The NC mode is used as normal close in relay application as follows. The
logical value of DI is 1 when the relay is ON in normal use. When the relay is
triggered as relay open, the logical value of DI is 0 and the alarm SMS would be
sent to the users.
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2.4.3
DI mode- NO (normal open) and Counter
The wire connection in counter and NO modes are the same. The NO mode is
used as normal open in relay application as follows. The logical value of DI is 0
when the relay is close in normal use. When the relay is triggered as relay close, the
logical value of DI is 1 and the SMS would be sent. If the counter mode is set, the
trigger signal must be maintained as 25 ms ~ 200 ms.
2.4.4
DO internal structure
2.4.5
DO wire connection
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2.5 LED indicators
There are three LED indicators to help users to judge the various conditions of
GT-530. The description is as follows:
A.
EXT(Red):External Power LED to indicate whether the external power is
input or not. The description is as follows:
B.
The external power is active
The external power is not active
on
off
STA(Orange):System LED is to indicate if the GT-530 is normal or fail.
Condition
External power
C.
Normal
GSM Fail
PIN code is wrong
On
Blanking (1 sec) Always on or off Blinking per 50 ms
Off
Off (sleep mode)
or
Blanking (1 sec)
(wake up)
Always on
Blanking per 50 ms
GSM (Green):The modem LED can indicate the status of GSM module.
Modem normal
Blanking (3 sec)
Modem fail
Off
or
Blanking (not 3 sec)
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2.6 Installing GT-530
If users want to start GT-530 normally, it needs to follow these steps to install the
GT-530 below:
A. Install the antenna
B. Plug in the normal SIM card (Before apply the SIM card, confirm it is OK
by mobile phone.)
C. Pin08 and Pin09 connect to the DC.+VS and DC.GND of the power supply.
D. Follow the section 2.3 to wire the I/O connection.
E.
If you want to use the backup power, please connect the Li-battery to
GT-530.
F.
It is needed to wait for 30 ~ 50 seconds to search the GSM base and register
to the ISP. After finishing the process, GT-530 would be in normal
operation mode and the STA LED would blank per 3 sec. The start time of
GT-530 depends on the strength of signal.
2.7 How to reset GT-530
2.7.1
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
The Li-Battery is applied:
Remove Li-Battery from GT-530.
Turn off the external power and confirm the EXT LED is off.
Turn on the external power.
Re-install the Li-Battery.
2.7.2 The Li-Battery is not applied
(1) Turn off the external power and confirm the EXT LED is off.
(2) Turn on the power.
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2.8 Charge and discharge of Li-Battery
If users apply the Li-Battery on GT-530, the Li-battery would be charged by the
external power automatically. When the external power is removed from GT-530, the
power supplying to GT-530 is from Li-Battery. If the voltage of Li-Battery is lower than
the preset limit, GT-530 can send the SMS message to inform the users.
Note: A new Li-Battery can supply power to GT-530 for 36 hours without the
external power. The power volume of Li-Battery would be decreasing for a
long time. It is recommended to change the Li-Battery every 6 months.
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3. Installing GT-530 Utility
It needs the runtime environment with .NET Framework 2.0 or above to execute the
GT-530 Utility in the PC. If there has .NET Framework 2.0 or above in the PC, the section
3.1 can be omitted.
3.1 Installing .NET Compact Framework
A. Plug shipment CD into the PC
B. Execute \GT-530\Utility\dotnetfx20.exe
C. The install figure is as follows:
(1) Press “Next” to the next step.
(2)
Select the “I accept the terms of the License Agreement” and “Install ” to
the next step.
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(3)
The installation process would be going
(4)
After finishing the installation, press “Finish” to exit the program.
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3.2 Installing GT-530 Utility
A. Plug in the shipment CD into the PC
B. Execute \GT-530\Utility\SMSUtilitySetup.exe
C. The installation figure is as follows:
(1) Press “Next” to start the installation procedure.
(2)
Select the installation path. The default path is ”C:\Progrm Files\GT-530
Utility”. Press “Next” to the next step.
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(3)
Input the name shown in “All Programs”. Press “Next” to the next step.
(4)
After finishing the installation procedure, press “OK” to the next step.
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(5)
Press ”Finish” to finish the installation procedure.
(6)
Launch GT-530 Utility from the start
ProgramsÆGT-530 UtilityÆGT-530 Utility”.
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4. GT-530 Utility operation
Before GT-530 utility is connected to the PC correctly, please confirm these following
steps:
1. The STA LED is blanking. There are 2 kinds of blanking in GT-530.
STA LED
2.
3.
Description
Blanking per 1 sec
Normal mode
Blanking per 50 ms
The pin code is wrong. The login windows would show
the field to input pin or PUK code
Confirm the RS232 connection between GT-530 and PC is correct. Users can
refer to the following figure.
During the setting procedure, the external power must be turn on.
Note: If the STA LED is always on, please reset GT-530. Refer to section 2.6 for the
detail.
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4.1 Main menu
The main menu of GT-530 Utility includes the following sections:
A. Tool menu
(1) “COM”: Set the COM port number in PC connecting to GT-530.
(2) Login/Logout
Before operating GT-530, users need to login to GT-530 Utility. After
login the system successfully, the menu item “login” would become
“logout” and the GT-530 Utility would be operated normally. Once the
power is reset, the login procedure needs to do again.
(3) “Language”
GT-530 Utility supports English, Tradition and Simplified Chinese
interface. Users can select which language interface they want from the
“Language” item. The language setting would be influencing on the
encode of SMS.
(4) File
There are import and export functions in “File” item. The functions would
be enabled when “Main parameters” window is open.
Export: The function can export the parameters as .par file from the
“Main parameters” windows.
Import:The parameters would be shown in “Main parameters” window
(5)
(6)
from the specific .par file.
Version: Including the firmware and Utility version information.
System : Provide users for recovering GT-530 to factory and resetting
GT-530.
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(7) Exit: To exit GT-530 utility
B. 8 function item :
(1) “Main parameter”: The main parameter setting of GT-530 includes ID,
SIM number, 10 phone number authority, counter return report, event, DI
mode and SMS message.
(2) “SMS record”: Inquire the report recorder of event and counter. The
maximum number of recorder in GT-530 is 64.
(3) “Device time”: Display and set the RTC time of GT-530. It is also can
get the information of the last and next time of the return report.
(4) “Counter Value”: Inquire and set the counter value.
(5) “Change Password”: Change the login password
(6) “DO Control/DI status”: Display the status of I/O and control the DO
output.
(7) “Battery information” Show the voltage and volume of Li-Battery
(8) “Signal Quality”: Show GSM signal strength in GT-530
C. Status Line
Show the related information during the operation procedure including:
(1) The com port number of PC
(2) The communication setting of COM Port
(3) The status of COM Port
(4) The result of Utility operation
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4.2 Operation Language
GT-530 Utility supports English, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese from
the “language” menu bar. The text display in GT-530 Utility and the encode of SMS are
depended on the selected language interface.
The format of SMS accords to the selected language. If the 7 BITS format is set, the
maximum characters can be sent in SMS is 140. If UCS2, the maximum number is 70
characters. Therefore, if users want to send the Chinese message, it need to select UCS2
encode. After setting the language, it needs to reset GT-530 to enable the setting.
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4.3 Login
It needs to login into GT-530 to set its parameters. The description is below:
(1) Select the COM port number of PC.
(2) Input the login password. The default is “111111”.
(3) Press the “login” button
(4) If you are the first time to login, please set the time of GT-530.
If the pin code in GT-530 is not correct, the STA led would be blanking per 50 ms and
GT-530 utility would ask for users to input Pin or PUK code.
(1) Asking for inputting PIN code:
If the PIN code is effective, the “Enter SIM PIN/SIM PUK” window would
pop-up as follows. If the number of times for inputting the wrong PIN code is
more than the allowed number, the PIN code would be ineffective. And the
“PUK code” window would pop up.
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(2) Asking for inputting PUK code
If the PIN code is ineffective, the “PUK code" window would pop-up as follows.
As the number of times for inputting the wrong PUK code is more than allowed
number, the SIM card would be ineffective forever. Therefore, it is important to
input the correct PUK code.
If the PIN or PUK code is correct, the STA led would blank per second. Users can
operate other function of GT-530 in this utility.
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4.4 Device parameter
There are 2 pages in “Device parameter” window. They are “Phone/Time
Report/Alarm” and “DI Type/Text Message” pages.
After configuring the 2 pages, press “Write to Device” button to save these
settings to GT-530. Then, reset GT-530 to enable these settings.
The “Read Form Device” button can help users to read back these settings from
GT-530. In addition, these setting would be read from GT-530 when the “Main
Parameter” window pops up from the main menu.
4.4.1
Phone /Periodic report/Alarm
The following page is “Phone/Periodic Report/Alarm”. Users can refer
the explanation below:
1.
Machine ID
The device ID would be shown in the report and alarm SMS messages. It
can be used for recognizing the GT-530. The length of characters is 20
without supporting unicode and “;” characteristic.
SIM Card Number
This text field can show or input the phone number of the plug-in SIM card.
Take Taiwan for example: 0928xxxxxx.
1~ 10 Phone umbers
This field is used to set which phone numbers to receive SMS message or
send SMS command. Every phone number can be set the authority as
follows.
2.
3.
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(1)
(2)
(3)
SMS command: Authority to send the SMS commands to GT-530
Time Report: Authority to receive the counter SMS report periodically.
Event Report: Authority to receive the event SMS report and the user can
click the “Detail” button to set the detail event authority for this phone
number. If not selected the event, the phone number will not receive the
event SMS.
Note : Only firmware version V2.0.0 or up support this function
4.
Counter Report (Time report)
(1) Enable Counter Report: Enable the function in this item.
(2) Report Interval : The time interval for counter report and it is set by day
(1 ~ 31 )
(3) Report time:Hour/Minute/Second
Note: The SMS format of counter report is fixed. It can not be modified by
users:
CRPT;Machine ID;Report Date;Report Time;DI0;DI1;DI2;DI3;DI4;DI5
Text field:
CRPT:Counter report
Machine ID:GT-530 ID
Report Date:Report date (The format is YYYYMMDD (YYYY=year,
MM=month, DD=day))
Report Time: Report time (The format is HHMMSS (HH=hour,
MM=minute, SS=second))
DI0 ~ DI5: The counter values of DI0 ~ DI5.
If these DI channels are not set as counter mode, the counter value would be zero
Note:
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If CRPT function is enabled and the return time is changed, the next time to
send the SMS report is re-calculated according to the current time of GT-530
and the CRPT time. There would 2 conditions on the day:
(1) When the GT-530 time is over the CRTP time, GT-530 would send the
CRTP SMS after 1 minute.
(2) If the GT-530 time does not reach the CRTP time, GT-530 would not send
the CRTP SMS until GT-530 time reaches the CRTP time.
5.
Power Down Alarm
The function supports to send alert SMS when the external power is off.
The alert time after the event happened can be set by minutes (0 ~ 60
minutes).
6.
Low Battery Volume Alarm
The function supports to send alert SMS when the volume of battery is low.
The low battery value can be set as 10%~ 50% less than total volume.
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4.4.2
DI mode and SMS content
The another page in “Device parameter” is about DI and event setting.
The explanation is below:
1.
The format of event Shot Message:
The format of event SMS can be modified by users by the check boxes. The
complete format of even SMS is below:
ALARM;Machine ID;Report Date;Report Time;Event Message
ALARM:Indicate alarm report
Machine ID:Device ID
Report Date:Report date (The format is YYYYMMDD (YYYY=year,
MM=month, DD=day)
Report Time: Report time (The format is HHMMSS (HH=hour,
MM=minute, SS=second))
Event Message:User-defined content
The three messages of event SMS can be set or canceled by users to match
various applications. They include:
(1) Disable SM Title: Enable the function. The title string “ALARM” would
not be sent in SMS
(2) Disable MID: Enable the function. The machine ID would not be sent in
SMS
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(3)
Disable report Data/Time: Enable the function. The data and time would
not be sent in SMS
(4) Disable ID: Disable this function. A check ID would be sent in SMS and
customer can use ICPDAS’s SMS management software(GT-530 SMS
Database System software).
2.
Show System Event
The window shows the system event message according to the selected
language. The content is fixed and can not be changed. There are 4 system
events in GT-530 as follows:
(1) Event 1:The external power is off. (This function can be disabled)
(2) Event 2:The volume of battery is lower than the setting value. (This
(3)
(4)
function can be disabled). n is the remaining percentage volume of
battery.
Event 3:The time of GT-530 is abnormal. This function can not be
disabled. It could make the wrong timing for report and the cause is the
silver battery of GT-530 is abnormal. After changing the silver battery, the
time of GT-530 must be set.
Event 4: The counter value is reaching the preset limits. This function can
be disabled. n represents the number of DI channel. (n: 0 ~5)
3.
DI type
There are 3 modes of DI type for users to select. It needs to reset GT-530 to
enable new setting after changing these parameters.
(1) Use: Enable DI function
(2) Type: DI0 ~ DI5 could be set as Counter function, NC or NO mode and
DI6~DI9 can be NC or NO mode.
‹ Counter : Counter function (frequency : 5 ~ 40Hz)
‹ DI-NC : Normal Close mode. When the DI circuit is broken, the event is
triggered. GT-530 would send the alarm SMS. Refer to section
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2.4.2 for the detail.
‹ DI-NO : Normal Open mode. When the DI circuit is shorten, the event is
triggered. GT-530 would send the alarm SMS. Refer to section
2.4.3 for the detail.
(3) Trigger Time(sec):Set the hold time of the DI triggered signal (0~9999
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
seconds)
DO ON : This function enable DO output when DI event is triggered.
DO ch.: Set the DO channel.
Time(sec) : Set the output time of DO channel (0~999 seconds). If the
power is just provided by Li-battery, GT-530 would not be into sleep
mode until the output time is reaching.
Event message : Set the user-defined message content. These message
would be included in event SMS.
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4.4.3
Import/Export Parameters
Users can use the import and export functions from the menu bar. This
function would be enabled when the “Device Parameter” window is open.
The explanation is below:
A.
Import Parameters:This function is used for reading back the setting of
device parameters from .par file and displaying in “Device parameter”
window. When press “import” button, a file selection window would pop
up for users to choice the .par file.
B.
Export Parameters: The function is used for saving the setting of “Device
parameter” window as .par file. When press “Export” button, a file
selection window would pop-up for users to save the setting as .par file in
specific path.
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4.5 SMS Recorder
This window provides the inquiring, saving and deleting counter value, and event
SMS record function.
4.5.1 Counter Report record
In this page, users can inquire the record of CRPT reports:
Operation:
(1) Read : Read all the CRPT report from GT-530. The maximum number of
CRPT report record is 64.
(2) Save:Save these records to a file(*.csv).
(3) Delete all:Delete all CRPT report records from GT-530.
Text field:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
No : The number of RTCP records.
Report time : CRPT report time.
Number : It represents the SMS sending to the quantity of phone
numbers.
DI0:The DI0 counter value. If the DI is not set as counter, the value is 0.
DI1:The DI1 counter value. If the DI is not set as counter, the value is 0.
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(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
DI2:The DI2 counter value. If the DI is not set as counter, the value is 0.
DI3:The DI3 counter value. If the DI is not set as counter, the value is 0.
DI4:The DI4 counter value. If the DI is not set as counter, the value is 0.
DI5:The DI5 counter value. If the DI is not set as counter, the value is 0.
4.5.2 Event Report record
In this page, users can inquire all event report of GT-530. The explanation is below :
Operation:
(1) Read : Read all the CRPT report from GT-530. The maximum number of
CRPT report records is 64
(2) Save:Save these records to a file.
(3) Delete all:Delete all event report records of GT-530.
Text field:
(1) No.:Record number
(2) Report time:Event report time of GT-530
(3) Event ID:Event identification
(4) Number:The SMS quantity sent to the defined phone numbers
(5) Event message:The event content
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4.6 Device Time
This window provides the function to inquire and modify the time of GT-530.
Besides, the next and last report times are also shown. The text field operation is below.
Text field:
(1) Device time: show the time of GT-530. Users also can change the time in this
field to key in the specific time.
(2) Next Counter Report Time : show the next CRPT time
(3) Last Counter report time : show the last CRPT time
Operation:
(1) “Set as Now”: Set the PC time to GT-530. After setting the time successfully,
the information of GT-530 time and CRPT report time would be updated.
(2) Set: Set the GT-530 time according the “Device Time” field. After setting the
time successfully, the information of GT-530 time and CRPT report time would
be updated.
(3) Read: Read back the time of GT-530, the next report time and the last report
time.
Note:
If the counter report function is enable and reset the time of GT-530, the next
time to send the SMS report is re-calculated according to the current time of
GT-530 and the CRPT time. There would 2 conditions on the day:
(1) When the GT-530 time is over the CRPT time, GT-530 would send the
CRPT SMS after 30 seconds.
(2) If the GT-530 time does not reach the CRPT time, GT-530 would not send
the CRTP SMS until GT-530 time reaches the CRPT time.
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4.7 Counter Value
The window provides the function to inquire and modify the counter values of DI0
~ DI5. The explanation of operation and text field is below:
Text field:
(1) Name: The DI name of DI0 ~ DI5。
(2) Value:The current counter value ( maximum: 999999999)
(3) Set Value: Input the defined counter value. The maximum is 999999999. This
field is enabled when DI is set as counter mode.
(4) Counter Alarm: Enable the counter alarm.
(5) Alarm Value: Counter alarm value= current value+ alarm value. This field can
not be 0
Operation:
(1) Read:Read the current counter value and alarm settings from GT-530. If the
counter is not set as counter,the counter value is 0.
(2) Set Value : Change the counter value into GT-530 according to the "Set Value"
field
(3) Set Alarm : Set the counter alarm into GT-530.
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4.8 Change Password
This window provides the function of changing login password. The default
password is “111111”. This password is also applied in SMS command to GT-530.
These SMS commands is described in chapter 5.
Text field:
(1) Old password: Input the current password.
(2) New password: Input the new password (maximum : 12 characters)
(3) Confirm Again:Input new password again.
Operation
(1) Change: Updated the password.
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4.9 DO control/DI status
The function is used for controlling DO and reading the status of DIs:
Text field
(1) DI0 ~ DI9、DO0 ~ DO1:
— Grey:the voltage logic is high.
— Red:the voltage logic is low
Operation
(1) Read:Read back the status of DI0 ~ DI9 and DO0 ~ DO1 from GT-530.
(2) DO0 ~ DO1 ON:Set the DO output on
(3) DO0 ~ DO1 OFF:Set the DO output off
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4.10 Battery information
This function provides users to check the remaining volume of battery.
Text field
(1) External Power: The external power is on or off. (1- on, 0-off). It needs to
open the external power when using utility to configure
GT-530.
(2) Level: Show the percentage of battery volume. If the battery is not connected
to GT-530. The value is about 60%
(3) Voltage: The voltage value of battery. If the battery is not connected to
GT-530. The value is about 3925 mV
Operation
(1) Read: Read the above information from GT-530.
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4.11 Signal Quality
This window can show GSM signal strength.
Text field:
The strength is divided into 5 sections shown in percentage.
Operation:
(1) Read:Read the GSM signal strength.
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4.12 Version
Press "Version" in tool menu, and the window would show the version of Utility and
firmware.
Text field:
(1) Firmware version: show the version information of GT-530’s firmware
(2) Utility version: show the version information of GT-530’s utility
Operation:
Read: Read these information from GT-530.
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4.13 System
“System” menu item has 2 functions of recovering factory setting and resetting
GT-530
4.13.1 Recover to Factory Settings
The function is used to recover GT-530 as factory settings including password.
The steps are below:
(1) Connect COM3.TX and COM3.RX.
(2) Make sure the STA led is blanking per 1 sec.
(3) Select the Recover to Factory Settings.
4.13.2 Reset GT-530
The function is used to reset GT-530 by software.
(1) Make sure STA led is blanking per 1 second
(2) Select “Rest GT-530” button to reset GT-530.
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5. SMS Command
These SMS commands help users to control or get the information of GT-530. GT-530
can only receive these commands according to the phone numbers set in GT-530. These
phone numbers must be set to have “Allowed” authority. If the phone number is not in the
list, GT-530 would not reply to any command.
Command Table
SMS command
Description
@TIME
Time set and inquiry
@DOCn
DO control
@ACTV
Counter value inquiry
@DIV
DI/DO inquiry
@BAT
Battery inquiry
@PASS
Password inquiry
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5.1 @TIME
(Time set and inquiry)
(1) Description:
This command is used to set or inquire the time of GT-530.
(2) Request:
Set
@TIME;Password;YYYYMMDD;HHMMSS
Inquiry
@TIME;Password
Format
Password : login password
YYYYMMDD: YYYY=year, MM=month, DD=day
HHMMSS:HH=hour, MM=minute, SS=second
Example:
Set the time as 2009/04/10 10:03:00:
@TIME;000000;20090410;100300
Inquiry the time:
@TIME;000000
(3) Response
!MID;TIME;Result;YYYYMMDD;HHMMSS
MID:Machine ID
TIME:Command name
Result:command result
‹ OK Æ command is OK
‹ NO Æ Password is wrong
‹ ER Æ The format is wrong or authority is not allowed
YYYYMMDD:YYYY=year, MM=month, DD=day
HHMMSS:HH=hour, MM=minute, SS=second
Example :
!GT-530;TIME;OK;20090410;100300
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5.2 @DOCn (DO control)
(1) Description:
Set DO0 and DO1 output
(2) Request:
Command: @DOCn;Password;CMD;Second
n:0 ~ 1 (0-DO0, 1-DO1)
Password:login password
CMD:
‹ ON
Æ set DO on
‹ OFF Æ set DO off
‹ PLUS Æ The DO channel is set to on during the defined time.
Second:The command is used for PLUS mode. (0~999 seconds)
Example
Set DO1 output to on:
@DOC1;000000;ON
Set DO1 output to on during 20 seconds:
@DOC1;000000;PLUS;20
(3) Response:
!MID;DOCn; Result; CMD;Second
MID:Machine ID
DOC:command name
n:0 ~ 1 (0- DO0, 1-DO1)
Result:command result
‹ OK Æ command is successfully
‹ NO Æ the password is wrong
‹ ER Æ The format is wrong or authority is not allowed
CMD、Second:
The same as the above description.
Example :
!GT-530;DOC1;OK;ON
!GT-530;DOC1;OK;PLUS;20
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5.3 @ACTV (Counter value inquiry)
(1) Description:
Inquire the counter values of DI0 ~ DI5
(2) Request:
Inquire
@ACTV;Password
Password:login password
Example
Inquire the 6 current counter values of GT-530.
@ACTV;000000
(3) Response:
!MID;ACTV;Result;DI0;DI1;DI2;DI3;DI4;DI5
MID: Machine ID
ACTV:command name
Result:command result
‹ OK Æ No error
‹ NO Æ the password is wrong
‹ ER Æ The format is wrong or authority is not allowed
DI0:The DI0 counter value. If the DI is not set as counter, the value is 0.
DI1:The DI1 counter value. If the DI is not set as counter, the value is 0.
DI2:The DI2 counter value. If the DI is not set as counter, the value is 0.
DI3:The DI3 counter value. If the DI is not set as counter, the value is 0.
DI4:The DI4 counter value. If the DI is not set as counter, the value is 0.
DI5:The DI5 counter value. If the DI is not set as counter, the value is 0.
Example :
!GT-530;ACTV;OK;3;3;3;3;3;3
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5.4 @DIV (DI/DO inquiry)
(1) Description:
Inquiry the status of 10 DI and 2 DO.
(2) Request:
Inuqiry
@DIV; Password
Password:Login password
Example
Inquiry the status of 10 DI and 2 DO:
@DIV;000000
(3) Response:
!MID;DIV; Result;DI0;DI1;DI2;DI3;DI4;DI5;DI6;DI7;DI8;DI9;DO0;DO1
MID:Machine ID
DIV:command name
Result:command result
‹ OK Æ command successflly
‹ NO Æ the password is wrong
‹ ER Æ The format is wrong or authority is not allowed
DI0~DI9:The status of DI channels
‹ 1 Æ Low Voltage
‹ 0 Æ High Voltage
DO0 ~ DO1:The status of DO channel
‹
‹
1 Æ High Voltage
0 Æ Low Voltage
Example :
!GT-530;DIV;OK;0;0;0;0;0;0;0;0;0;0;1;0
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5.5 @BAT (Battery inquiry)
(1) Description:
This command is to inquire the information of battery.
(2) Request:
Inquiry
@BAT;Password
Password:login password
Example
inquire the information of battery:
@BAT;000000
(3) Response:
!MID;BAT;Result;Pext;Percent;Voltage
MID:Machine ID
BAT:command name
Result:command result
‹ OK Æ command successfully
‹ NO Æ the password is wrong
‹ ER Æ The format is wrong or authority is not allowed
Pext:the status of the external power
‹ 0 Æ OFF
‹ 1 Æ ON
Percent: The percentage of battery volume (%)
Voltage: The voltage value of battery (mV)
Example :
!GT-530;BAT;OK;1;57;3899
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5.6 @PASS(Password inquiry)
(1) Description:
If you forget the password, you can use this command to inquire password. The
phone number must be set the authority of “SMS Command”.
(2) Request:
Inquiry
@PASS
Example
Inquire the password of GT-530:
@PASS
(3) Response:
!MID;PASS;Result;Password;Password
MID:Machine ID
PASS:command name
Result:command result
‹ OK Æ Inquire successfully
‹ ER Æ No authority
Password:the current password
Example :
!GT-530;PASS;OK;111111;111111
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6. Send/Receive SMS by COM 3
GT-530 provides sending/receiving SMS function from COM 3. This function can provide
PLC or PAC to send or receive SMS through GT-530. That can extend GT-530 to various
applications.
COM port setting
‹ Baud rate:9600 bps
‹ Data bit:8
‹ Parity check:none
‹ Stop bit:1
‹ Flow control:none
6.1 Send data to COM port of GT-530 by SMS command
It is possible to use SMS to send data to com port of GT-530. The command header
is”+++”. The first setting phone number just has the authority to use this function with the
“Allowed” enabling. The command support 7 Bits format
Command:
+++Message
Message:The message is sent to com3 of GT-530 (Maximum 130 char)
Exmaple
SMS content:+++Hello
To com port:Hello
6.2 Sending SMS by COM 3
This function is used to send SMS to the first setting phone number by this
command ”+++”. This command supports ASCII code, not Unicode
Request:
+++Message,
Message:The user-defined SMS content,and the end of the message have to add
ASCII code 0x0d.
Example:
Command from com3:+++Hello
Received SMS content:Hello
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7. Troubleshooting
Item
Trouble state
Solution
EXT LED is off without Li-battery
Please check the external power and wire
connection.
2
STA is always on
Check SIM card
Check Antenn
Check the GSM signal strength
3
GT-530 Utility can not connect to
GT-530
Check STA LED blinking every 1 sec
Check com port connection and baurd rate
setting
4
Check DI connection
After event triggering, users can not
Check phone number and format
receive SMS.
Check DI event is enabled in GT-530 Utility
5
Counter value is abnormal
Check wire connection
Check the counter signal is at 5~40Hz.
Check the DI mode setting. Must be counter
mode.
The content of received SMS is
abnormal.
Please select the correct language to set the
content of SMS in utility. If you want to
transfer Unicode char, select the language
supporting UCS2.
7
The time of receiving SMS is
abnormal.
1. The time in GT-530 is abnormal. Setup the
time of GT-530 by utility.
2. The battery of RTC is low. Change the silver
battery of RTC. After changing the battery,
set the time of GT-530.
8
STA led is blanking per 50 ms
The pin code is wrong. The login windows
would show the field to input PIN or PUK code
9
Forget Password
Use SMS command to get the password.
1
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