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GSM/GPRS Spider SA User Manual
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Date:
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Revision History
Revision
Number
1.00
1.01
Release Date
Description of Changes
9/18/02
11/15/02
Initial release
•
Changed all reference to power
configuration
•
Updated all product images
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Updated all references to input power
requirements
•
Updated LED operation
•
Added Tables and Figures
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Added regulatory information
•
Added mounting bracket information
•
Added serial interface pinout
•
Modified REG LED function
•
Added references to new application
notes
•
Added Integration website reference
and access information
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Updated low-end voltage range in 3.2
Connecting the Power Supply.
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Added mounting bracket dimensions.
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Added warranty information.
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Updated warranty and technical
support information
1.02
1.03
1.04
12/05/02
1/15/03
2/28/03
1.05
4/8/03
1.06
1.07
8/25/03
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Table Of Contents
1
2
3
4
5
Introduction ....................................................................................................1
1.1
About the GSM/GPRS Spider SA...........................................................1
1.2
About this Manual...................................................................................1
1.3
System Requirements ............................................................................2
1.4
Spider SA Front and Back View .............................................................2
Regulatory Compliance FCC .........................................................................3
2.1
Disclaimer...............................................................................................3
Installation......................................................................................................4
3.1
Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) Card...................................................4
3.2
Connecting the Power Supply ................................................................5
3.3
Connecting the Serial Cable ...................................................................7
3.4
Connecting the GSM/GPRS Antenna.....................................................8
3.5
Attaching a Microphone/Speaker............................................................9
3.6
Using the GSM/GPRS Spider SA Modem I/O Interface........................10
3.7
LED Functions ......................................................................................11
3.8
Mounting the GSM/GPRS Spider SA ...................................................12
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) .............................................................15
Tech Support ...............................................................................................17
Figures
Figure 1: Front view of GSM/GPRS Spider SA modem. .......................................2
Figure 2: Rear view of GSM/GPRS Spider SA modem.........................................2
Figure 3: Inserting a SIM Card in a GSM/GPRS Spider SA Module .....................4
Figure 4: Connecting The Power Supply To Spider SA ........................................5
Figure 5: Connecting the Serial Cable to Spider SA .............................................7
Figure 6: Serial Pinout ..........................................................................................7
Figure 7: GSM/GPRS Spider SA Connecting the Antenna ...................................8
Figure 8: Attaching a Headset to the GSM/GPRS Spider SA Module...................9
Figure 9: Wago I/O Connector Attachment .........................................................10
Figure 10: Wago Connector Wire Insertion.........................................................10
Figure 11: GPIO Pin Configuration .....................................................................11
Figure 12: GSM/GPRS Spider SA Mounting Bracket (attached) ........................12
Figure 13: GSM/GPRS Spider SA Mounting Bracket (separated) ......................13
Figure 14: GSM/GPRS Spider SA Bracket Installation .......................................13
Figure 15: GSM/GPRS Spider SA Mounting Bracket (ready to mount) ..............14
Figure 16: Mounting Bracket Dimensions ...........................................................14
Tables
Table 1: GSM Operating Power ............................................................................6
Table 2: GPRS Operating Power ..........................................................................6
Table 3: SA GPIO Characteristics.......................................................................11
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1.1
Introduction
About the GSM/GPRS Spider SA
The GSM/GPRS Spider SA is a compact, stand-alone wireless IP (GSM/GPRS)
modem. The platform also includes an external interface that provides I/O,
audio, and ground lines for easy access. The GSM/GPRS Spider SA is designed
for computing devices operating Windows 98 SE, XP, NT 4.0 (Service Pack 6),
2000 Professional and ME. The platform can also be used as a stand-alone
serial device with other vertical applications. Enfora’s GSM/GPRS Spider SA
provides maximum versatility in a single affordable device.
1.2
About this Manual
Contained in this manual are instructions on how to install and configure the
GSM/GPRS Spider SA modem. Please follow the instructions herein closely to
avoid damaging the GSM/GPRS Spider SA.
The GSM/GPRS Spider SA modem contains an Enfora Enabler-G OEM module.
Detailed information pertaining to the specifications and operation of the module
will pertain, in part, to the GSM/GPRS Spider SA platform.
The information can be accessed at the Enfora website under Support/Integrator
Downloads. The username is developer and the password is enfora.
Refer to the following documentation for additional information, if required:
Enabler-G AT Command Set GSM0102PB001MAN
Enabler-G Integration Guide GSM0000PB001
Enfora GSM-GPRS Family UDP-API Reference GSM0102PB002MAN
GSM0000AN001 - Enabler-G PPP Configuration for Windows 98
GSM0000AN002 - Enabler-G PPP Configuration for Windows 2000
GSM0000AN003 - Enabler-G Data Circuit Switched Call Configuration and Use
GSM0000AN004 - Enabler-G SMS Configuration and Use
GSM0000AN005 - Enabler-G Automated Network Connection Configuration and Use
GSM0000AN006 - Enabler-G Module Status Query
GSM0000AN007 - Enabler-G Status Reporting
GSM0000AN008 - Enabler-G PPP Configuration for Windows XP
GSM0000AN009 - Dynamic IP Assignment Support
GSM0000AN010 - Enabler-G PPP Configuration for PocketPC 2002
GSM0000AN011 - PAD Configuration and Use
GSM0000AN012 - Network Transparency Configuration for PAD
GSM0000AN013 - Enabler-G Sleep Mode Configuration and Use
GSM0000AN014 - Anytime PPP API Access
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1.3
System Requirements
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•
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Windows 98 SE / XP / NT 4.0 (Service Pack 6)/2000 Professional / ME
operating systems or other serial-enabled platform
One standard RS-232 serial port for GSM/GPRS Spider SA configuration
One standard plug for speaker and microphone*
*not required for stand alone operation
1.4
Spider SA Front and Back View
Figure 1: Front view of GSM/GPRS Spider SA modem.
Figure 2: Rear view of GSM/GPRS Spider SA modem.
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Regulatory Compliance FCC
•
The modem was tested and certified to meet FCC Parts 15 in a stand-alone
configuration, which demonstrated that the GSM/GPRS Spider SA complies
with Part 15 emission limits. FCC Part 24 is covered by the Enfora Enabler-G
"modular approval" process for a transmitter. This approach, described by
FCC Public Notice DA 00-131407 released June 26, 2000, is intended to
afford relief to equipment manufacturers by eliminating the requirement for
obtaining a new equipment authorization for the same transmitter when
installed in a new device.
•
In order to use the GSM/GPRS Spider SA without additional FCC certification
approvals, the installation must meet the following conditions:
•
For the transmitter to meet the MPE categorical exclusion
requirements of 2.1091, the ERP must be less than 1.5 watts for
personnel separation distance of at least 20 cm (7.9 in). Therefore,
the maximum antenna gain cannot exceed +3.3dBi. If greater than
1.5 watts exists, then additional testing and FCC approval is
required.
2.1 Disclaimer
The information and instructions contained within this publication comply with all
FCC, GCF, PTCRB, RTTE, IMEI and other applicable codes that are in effect at
the time of publication. Enfora disclaims all responsibility for any act or
omissions, or for breach of law, code or regulation, including local or state codes,
performed by a third party.
Enfora strongly recommends that all installations, hookups, transmissions, etc.,
be performed by persons who are experienced in the fields of radio frequency
technologies. Enfora acknowledges that the installation, setup and transmission
guidelines contained within this publication are guidelines, and that each
installation may have variables outside of the guidelines contained herein. Said
variables must be taken into consideration when installing or using the product,
and Enfora shall not be responsible for installations or transmissions that fall
outside of the parameters set forth in this publication.
Enfora shall not be liable for consequential or incidental damages, injury to any
person or property, anticipated or lost profits, loss of time, or other losses
incurred by Customer or any third party in connection with the installation of the
Products or Customer's failure to comply with the information and instructions
contained herein.
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Installation
3.1 Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) Card
The SIM, an integral part of any GSM terminal device, is a “smart card” that is
programmed with subscriber information. The user information consists of an
International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI) number, which is registered with
the GSM service provider, and an encryption Ki (pronounced “key”). This
information consists of a microprocessor and memory installed on a plastic card.
To install the SIM card into the modem, insert the SIM card in the modem as
shown below in Figure 3.
Note: The SIM is not provided with the Spider SA modem. The SIM must be
obtained from the GSM service provider and must be provisioned by the operator
for data and/or voice. Always take care to protect the SIM: the GSM terminal will
not operate without the SIM installed.
Figure 3: Inserting a SIM Card in a GSM/GPRS Spider SA Module
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3.2
Connecting the Power Supply
The GSM/GPRS Spider SA modem can utilize input power ranging from 5 Vdc to
30 Vdc. If your unit did not include a power supply or if you wish to configure a
separate power interface, the following connector parts can be used to mate with
the existing modem power connector:
Connector Pins - Molex 39-00-0207 MINIFIT TERM CRP FEM CHN BS TIN 18-24
Plastic Housing - Molex 39-01-2020 4.20mm (.165") Pitch Mini-Fit, Jr.™ Receptacle, Dual
Row (the Enfora GSM/GPRS Spider SA incorporates a 2-pin configuration)
WARNING:
When assembling the Molex connector, plug the Positive (+)
power lead in the bottom of the Molex connector. Improper
connections will render the unit inoperable and will void the product warranty.
Proper Molex Configuration
(-
)Power Lead
(+)Power Lead
TM
To supply power to the GSM/GPRS Spider SA modem, connect the power
supply to the power connector (labeled “Power”) on the modem. Connect the
other end of the power cable to a power source.
Note: Make sure the SIM card is inserted prior to connecting the power supply to
the Spider SA.
Figure 4: Connecting The Power Supply To Spider SA
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The following tables provide the power characteristics of the GSM/GPRS Spider
SA modem.
Enfora Enabler-G (@ 12 Volts)
Average Current (mAmps)
Peak Current (Amps)
GSM 900
GSM
1 TX 1 RX
1 RX
Idle
Sleep
150 mA
76 mA
21 mA
20 mA
.88 A @ 32.5 dBm
DCS 1800 &
PCS 1900
GSM
1 TX 1 RX
1 RX
Idle
Sleep
112 mA
72 mA
21 mA
20 mA
.58 A @ 29.5 dBm
Table 1: GSM Operating Power
Enfora Enabler-G (@ 12 Volts)
Average Current (mAmps)
Peak Current (Amps)
GSM 900
GPRS
1 TX /1RX
2 TX/ 1RX
1 TX/ 2RX
1 TX/ 3RX
1 TX/ 4RX
1 RX
Idle
Sleep
142 mA
255 mA
150 mA
160 mA
160 mA
76 mA
27 mA
20 mA
.88 A @ 32.5 dBm
.92 A @ 32.5 dBm
DCS 1800 &
PCS 1900
GPRS
1 TX /1RX
2 TX/ 1RX
1 TX/ 2RX
1 TX/ 3RX
1 TX/ 4RX
1 RX
Idle
Sleep
107 mA
180 mA
115 mA
120 mA
120 mA
68 mA
27 mA
20 mA
.56 A @ 29.5 dBm
.57 A @ 29.5 dBm
Table 2: GPRS Operating Power
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3.3
Connecting the Serial Cable
To connect the Spider SA with a local computing device, connect one end (male
end) of the 9-wire RS232 Serial Cable to the Spider SA port labeled “Serial” and
connect the other end to a computer.
Figure 5: Connecting the Serial Cable to Spider SA
The following figure provides the Spider SA serial pinout information.
Figure 6: Serial Pinout
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3.4
Connecting the GSM/GPRS Antenna
The antenna is supplied by the user. The antenna must have a nominal
impedance of 50 Ohms. The VSWR must be less than 2.0:1. System antenna
gain should be 0-2 dB for optimum performance. See section 2 Regulatory
Compliance FCC.
There are two varieties of GSM/GPRS Spider SA modems. Model number
GSM1202 operates at the 900/1800 MHz frequency band while model number
GSM1203 operates in 1900 MHz frequency band. Care needs to be taken when
connecting the antenna since the right type of antenna will be required for proper
operation of the modem. The antenna connector on the GSM/GPRS Spider SA
modem is SMA Female. The antenna has to be connected to the connector
labeled “Antenna” as shown below in Figure 7.
Figure 7: GSM/GPRS Spider SA Connecting the Antenna
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3.5
Attaching a Microphone/Speaker
To place a voice call, insert a microphone/speaker to the port labeled “MIC
AUDIO” as shown below in Figure 8. The plug is a standard 2.5mm audio
connector. Many existing mobile phone headsets can be used.
Figure 8: Attaching a Headset to the GSM/GPRS Spider SA Module
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3.6
Using the GSM/GPRS Spider SA Modem I/O Interface
The GSM/GPRS Spider SA Modem provides an external I/O connector that can
be used to interface with other devices. The mating I/O connector and operating
tool part numbers are provided below:
Wago I/O Connector – 733-108 FEMALE CONNECTOR WITH CAGE-CLAMP - 8 POLE
Connector Tool – 233-332 OPERATING TOOL FOR FRONT-ENTRY WIRING OF
SERIES 233
The Wago connector is attached to the SA as shown in Figure 9.
Figure 9: Wago I/O Connector Attachment
The insertion of a bare wire in the Wago I/O connector is shown in Figure 10.
Figure 10: Wago Connector Wire Insertion
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The I/O pin configuration is provided in Figure 11.
Figure 11: GPIO Pin Configuration
Five general-purpose signals (GPIO1, GPIO3, GPIO5, GPIO6, and GPIO7) are
provided. Each of these signals may be selected as inputs or outputs. The
GPIO characteristics are provided in Table 3.
One audio input and one audio output line is provided along with a ground line.
I/O Lines
VIL
VIH
VOL
VOH
IIL / IIH
IOL / IOH
Parameter/Conditions
Input Voltage – Low
Input Voltage – High
Output Voltage – Low
Output Voltage – High
Input Leakage Current
Rated Output Current
MIN
-0.5
2.0
2.4
-1
TYP
MAX
0.9
3.4
0.64
3.0
1
2
UNIT
Vdc
Vdc
Vdc
Vdc
µA
mA
Table 3: SA GPIO Characteristics
3.7
LED Functions
The GSM/GPRS Spider SA modem has two LED’s on the front panel.
PWR: Indicates power to the modem. Solid when the modem is turned
on.
REG: Indicates GSM network registration status. Flashing when
attempting to register on a GSM network. Solid when the modem is
registered with a GSM network.
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3.8
Mounting the GSM/GPRS Spider SA
The GSM/GPRS Spider SA ships with a mounting bracket for remote installation
The bracket should be used as a template to mark screw holes for installation.
See Figure 12: GSM/GPRS Spider SA Mounting Bracket (attached). The
mounting holes are designed for a number 10 screw. Once mounting holes have
been located for placement, the mounting plate can be easily broken into two
parts as demonstrated in Figure 13: GSM/GPRS Spider SA Mounting Bracket
(separated). Each piece of the bracket can now be inserted at the ends of the
unit as demonstrated in Figure 14: GSM/GPRS Spider SA Bracket Installation
and Figure 15: GSM/GPRS Spider SA Mounting Bracket (ready to mount).
Figure 12: GSM/GPRS Spider SA Mounting Bracket (attached)
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Figure 13: GSM/GPRS Spider SA Mounting Bracket (separated)
Figure 14: GSM/GPRS Spider SA Bracket Installation
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Figure 15: GSM/GPRS Spider SA Mounting Bracket (ready to mount)
Figure 16: Mounting Bracket Dimensions
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Q. How do I configure a PPP connection for the Windows 98?
A. Refer to “GSM0000AN001 - Enabler-G PPP Configuration for Windows 98”
application note for details.
Q. How do I configure a PPP connection for Windows 2000?
A. Refer to the “GSM0000AN002 - Enabler-G PPP Configuration for Windows
2000” application note for details.
Q. How do I send and receive data and voice calls to/from a remote host?
A. Refer to “GSM0000AN003 - Enabler-G Data Circuit Switched Call
Configuration and Use” application note for details.
Q. How do I send and receive SMS messages?
A. Refer to “GSM0000AN004 - Enabler-G SMS Configuration and Use”
application note for details.
Q. How do I automate GSM/GPRS network connectivity on the Spider SA?
A. Refer to the “GSM0000AN005 - Enabler-G Automated Network Connection
Configuration and Use” application note for details.
Q. How do I query modem status parameters?
A. Refer to “GSM0000AN006 - Enabler-G Module Status Query” application note
for details.
Q. How can I set detailed status reporting?
A. Refer to the “GSM0000AN007 - Enabler-G Status Reporting” application note
for details.
Q. How do I configure a PPP connection for Windows XP?
A. Refer to the “GSM0000AN008 - Enabler-G PPP Configuration for Windows
XP” application note for details.
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Q. How can I use the Dynamic IP reporting feature on the Spider SA?
A. Refer to the “GSM0000AN009 - Dynamic IP Assignment Support” application
note for details.
Q. How do I configure a PPP connection for PocketPC 2002?
A. Refer to the “GSM0000AN0010 - Enabler-G PPP Configuration for PocketPC
2002” application note for details.
Q. How can I use the UDP Packet Assembler/Disassembler feature on the
Spider SA?
A. Refer to the “GSM0000AN011 - PAD Configuration and Use” application note
for details.
Q. How do I configure transparent or non-transparent access using PAD on the
Spider SA?
A. Refer to the “GSM0000AN012 - Network Transparency Configuration for
PAD” application note for details.
Q. How do I configure different sleep modes on the Spider SA?
A. Refer to the “GSM0000AN013 - Enabler-G Sleep Mode Configuration and
Use” application note for details.
Q. How do I configure the Spider SA for PPP API access without having network
connectivity?
A. Refer to the “GSM0000AN014 - Anytime PPP API Access” application note
for details.
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Tech Support
For problems stemming from your network access, contact your GSM/GPRS
carrier service. For technical support and customer service dealing with the
modem itself, contact the company where you purchased the product. If you
purchased the product directly from Enfora, visit the SUPPORT page on the
Enfora website: http://www.enfora.com.
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