Mains-free Alarm NA-1.2

Mains-free Alarm NA-1.2
ACO Haustechnik
Operating manual
2013-01-29 edition
Mains-free Alarm NA-1.2
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V1.1_DE
Translation of the original German operating manual

Welcome
The ACO Passavant GmbH (hereinafter called ACO) appreciates your confidence and
supplies you with a GSM Module which is state-of-the-art technology and which was
checked for its proper condition in line with our quality controls prior to its delivery.
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In the case of questions on the module, this operating manual and for further information, please contact our ACO Service.
ACO Service
Im Gewerbepark 11c
36457 Stadtlengsfeld
Tel.: Fax: + 49 (0) 3 69 65 / 81 9 -0
+ 49 (0) 3 69 65 / 81 9 -3 61
[email protected]
ACO Passavant GmbH
Im Gewerbepark 11c
D 36457 Stadtlengsfeld
Tel.: + 49 36965 819-0
Fax: + 49 36965 819-361
www.aco-haustechnik.de
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Table of contents
Table of Contents
1
Warnings and Safety Instructions
2
General Product Description
3
Functions
4
Function Display and Controls, Status LED
5
Please Note
6
Connections
7
Assignment of Connections for the GSM Module
8
Circuit Diagram NA 1.2
9
Preparing to Configure the GSM Module
9.1
GSM Module Software
9.2
General Settings
9.3
Station Name
9.4
Telephone Numbers
9.5
Alarm Messages
9.6
Digital Inputs
9.7
Settings for the Inputs
9.7.1
Settings for "Collective Warning" Configuration
9.8
Settings for "High Water Level Warning" Configuration
9.9
Relay Outputs
9.10
Analogue Inputs 0 – 10V and 4 – 20 mA
9.11
Data Transmission and Storage
9.12
Checking the Settings / Status Query
9.13
Instructions for Inserting the SIM card
9.14
Functional Testing during Operation
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Technical Data
11
Standards
12
Disposal
13
Space for Notes and Telephone Numbers
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Last updated: 17/12/2012
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1.0
Warnings and Safety Instructions for the Installation and Commissioning of the Device
1.1
Areas of use
The mains-free alarm with a GSM module is intended for use in combination with our control
systems. The switching device itself must be mounted outside the ex-risk area. When using
external floating switches mounted in the ex-risk area, components with the necessary
approval ratings must be used.
1.2
Qualification of Personnel
The personnel who fit, commission and maintain the switching device must have the relevant
qualifications.
1.3
Safety tips for Users
Existing regulations for prevention of accidents, from the VDE (German Association for
Electrical, Electronic & Information Technologies) and from local energy supply companies
must all be respected.
1.4
Operating Instructions
When fitting, commissioning or carrying out maintenance on the switch device you must follow
the operating instructions. The thresholds which they indicate must be respected at all times.
1.5
Transport and Storage
The switch device must be stored and transported in such a way that it cannot be damaged by
bumps, knocks or temperatures outside the range of -20°C to +60°C.
1.6
Fitting and Installation
A site needs to be selected for installation which is not protected by reinforced concrete walls,
steam-coated mirrors, metal shelving etc., this applies especially for the siting of the antenna.
There must not be any devices which emit a strong electrical field in the vicinity of the
transmitter and receiver, such as radio equipment, electric motors etc.
To avoid locating it in a site where it does not work, we recommend checking the reception
quality of the planned antenna location before it is fitted. This can be carried out using a
simple mobile telephone. When checking, care should be taken that the same provider
(network operator) is used, and using the same type of SIM card which is in use or to be used,
because signal strength will vary from one operator to another.
Please note: When commissioning you must make sure that the battery is charged.
2.0
General Product Description
The NA - 1.2 GSM module is used to provide an alarm signal even when the power supply
fails. There is an output available (12 V max. 1A) to run the signal transmitter. In addition the
integrated GSM Module can send up to 6 different warning messages to up to 4 telephone
numbers, and can also run a status query of the module. The internal 12V 1.2 Ah battery is
recharged automatically. The module is suitable for use with the PS1-LCD, PS2-LCD and PS2
systems.
The NA 1.2 GSM consists of two assemblies:
- the power supply including the battery and the recharger, in the lower part of the housing,
which is referred to in the text below as NA 1.2.
- the GSM module which sends the SMS error messages. This component is in the lid of
the housing and is referred to below as the GSM module.
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3.0

NA1.2 Function
If terminal 6/7 is closed, or if the mains power drops out, then the alarm relay in the
NA 1.2 module closes, the internal buzzer sounds, and terminals 1 / 2 now have 12 Volts and
terminals 3/4 are closed and trigger an SMS from the NA 1.2. You can switch off the alarm
using the stop key. By reversing jumper A the internal buzzer can be deactivated (silent
alarm).
3.0.1
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GSM-Module Function
The module has a total of 6 digital inputs. The alarm messages are triggered by closing, or
depending on the setting, by opening a terminal. A time delay can also be set for this. In
addition the module has two different analogue inputs which can be used to define a
threshold. If the level falls below or moves above the defined threshold then a warning
message is sent.
There are two relay contacts available, which can be controlled via a mobile phone. The GSM
module can also send an SMS when the mains power fails.
3.1
Configuration of the GSM Module
There is the option of having the GSM module factory pre-configured, this makes installation
substantially simpler. For this you need to send us a SIM card with its PIN and phone number.
(And also the telephone numbers the alarms should be sent to). It is not possible to swap out
the SIM card without reconfiguring the GSM module.
On request we can also provide the connection to the telecoms company (basic tariff Euro
0.80 per month, 17 cents per SMS).
Alternatively customers can use the software and USB cable we supply to configure the GSM
module themselves (more about this under point 9.0).
4.0
Function displays
NA 1.2:
In the casing there are three LEDs on the circuit board.
4.0.1
green LED
=
Mains power is present and the battery is either being
charged or is fully charged.
red LED
=
There is an alarm on terminals 6/7 or mains power is off.
yellow LED
=
the yellow LED lights up alongside the red one once
an alarm has been sent, it goes out then the alarm is cleared.
GSM-Module:
Green LED (GSM) =
once the green POWER-LED is lit, the GSM Module becomes
operational after approx. 2 minutes.
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Yellow LED =
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4.1
Continuous flashing: The board is currently initialising itself
On steady: The board is initialised and has connected to the network
provider
One short flash, then a longer pause: The modem is not replying
Two short flashes, then a longer pause: The SIM card cannot be
found
Three short flashes: The GSM signal strength is too weak
Controls
On the board there are two jumpers (A; B see illustration under 8.0). The factory setting for
jumper A is up. If this is changed to down, then the internal buzzer is deactivated (silent
alarm). The factory setting for jumper B is to the right. If it is switched to the right then an alarm
is triggered whenever terminal 6/7 is opened. The zero voltage alarm output is implemented
as a change-over contact. After the Cancel button is activated, the alarm messages are
stopped.
5.0
Please Note
The alarm trigger on terminal 6 / 7 must be volt free.
The alarm output (12V) on terminal 1 / 2 is fused for 1A.
The cable shoes on the battery must not be swapped.
During transport, storage, and when inserting the SIM card, the
+ jack must be removed from the battery and the contact on the battery must be insulated
using the sleeve provided. When commissioning, this contact needs to be restored.
Commissioning must be carried out by a qualified electrician.
6.0
NA 1.2 Connections:
Terminal PE / N / L1 = Mains connection
Terminal 1 / 2 Alarm output 12 V/DC max. 1A (1 = Plus, 2 = Minus)
Terminal 3 / 4 / 5 volt free alarm output (3 / 4 closed for alarm signal, connected to GSM
module)
Terminal 6 / 7 alarm input (must be wired to be volt free)
Terminal +/- 13V = Power supply for module
6.0.1
GSM Module:
Terminal 10(-) / 11(+) 13V power supply
Terminal 12 / 13 13V collective alarm signal
Terminal 14 / 15 input 2 e.g. flood alarm
Terminal 16 / 17 input 3
Terminal 18 / 19 input 4
Terminal 20 / 21 input 5
Terminal 22 / 23 input 6
Terminal 24 (-) / 25 (+) Analogue input 0-10 V (free input)
Terminal 26 (-) / 27 (+) Analogue input 4-20 mA
Terminal 28 / 29 relay 1
e.g. to lock the pump(s).
Terminal 29 / 30 Relay 1
Terminal 31 / 32 Relay 2
Terminal 32 / 33 Relay 2
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6
(factory wired)
(factory wired)
(free input)
(free input)
(free input)
(free input)
(free input)
(free input)
(free input)
(free output, n/c contact)
(free output, n/o contact)
(free output, n/c contact)
(free output, n/o contact)
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Assignment of Connections for the GSM Module:
230 VAC Power supply
NA 1.2 Alarm module
Signal circuit for collective warning (n/o)
Volt-free contact - input
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Factory setting
Alarm output for buzzer
12 V max. 1 A
12 volt
12 volt
Factory setting
12 volt
Signal circuit for e.g. High water level warning (n/o)
Volt-free contact
- input
Signal circuit for e.g. error pump 1 (n/o)
GSM Module
Signal circuit for e.g. error pump 2 (n/o))
Volt-free contact
- input
Volt-free contact
- input
Volt-free contact – input
(reserve)
Volt-free contact – input
(reserve)
Analogue
0 – 10 V
Analogue value signal circuits input 4-20 mA
Signal circuit for e.g. locking pump (n/c)
Volt-free output
relay
Relay 2
Relay 1
Analogue
4 - 20 mA
Analogue value signal circuits input 0-10 V
Please note that using our controls the "intermittent alarm" is not activated.
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Signal circuits between the NA - 1.2 GRM alarm module and the PS1-LCD N controls.
PS2-LCD or PS2 system:
Collective fault
signal
High water level
alarm
Pump locking
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Query water level
0 – 10 volt
(note polarity)
Query water level
4 – 20 mA
(note polarity)
Single pump control
PS1-LCD N
Terminal:
Dual pump control
PS2-LCD
Terminal:
Dual pump control
PS2-System
Terminal:

3/4
3/4
30 / 31
14 / 15

5/6
12 / 13
39 / 40
28 / 29

10 / 11
15 / 16
21 / 22
24 - / 25 +

36+ / 37-
48+ / 49-
42+ / 43 –
26 - / 27 +

38+ / 39-
Alarm
module
NA-1.2 GSM
Terminal:
6/7
(lower board)
(upper board)
(upper board)
(volt-free relay
contact)
(upper board)
(Input 0 -10V)
(upper board)
(Input 4 -20 mA)
(volt-free relay contact)
(volt-free relay contact)
(volt-free relay contact)
(volt-free relay contact)
(only special programme with
locking)
(Analogue output 0 - 10V)
(Analogue output 4 – 20 mA)
(only special programme with locking)
(Analogue output 0 - 10V)
46+ / 47-
(Analogue output 4 – 20 mA)
(volt-free relay contact)
(volt-free relay contact)
(only special programme with locking)
(Analogue output 0 - 10V)
44+ / 45 –
(Analogue output 0 - 10V)
If one or more inputs or outputs are to be used, as described in the table, then the default setting of
"not reversed" must be selected in the software.
Please note that using our controls the "intermittent alarm" is not activated.
The NA-1.2 GSM alarm module must be supplied 230VAC on terminal PE / N /L1.
8.0 Layout Diagram NA 1.2
2 AT fuse
Internal
buzzer
Battery
12 V/1.2 Ah
Jumper, factory
setting up
Red LED comes
Green LED
on when alarm mains power is
is triggered
present
250 mAT fuse
Yellow LED
refreshes after
clear
Jumper, factory
setting to right
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Power supply 230 VAC 50/60 Hz
Alarm trigger Input wired to
be volt-free
Volt-free alarm output
12 VDC 2 A alarm output
Power supply
GSM-Module 12 V/DC 2A
External clear
alarm button
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9.0

Preparing to Configure the GSM Module
This is an autonomously functioning alarm messaging device. If incorrect settings or
connections are created then it may send unwanted SMS transmissions!
USB Mini B Connection
Slide
SIM card
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Power supply
Digital inputs
Analogue Inputs
Relays
Commissioning may only be carried out once the module is installed in a housing to prevent
accidental contact.
Prior to commissioning an assembly, there should be a general review of whether it is suitable
for the intended use.
If there is any doubt, then queries must be raised with professionals, experts or the
manufacturer of the assembly in question.
When any work is being carried out on the NA 1.2 GSM or GSM module then the device must
be disconnected from any power current and the plug removed from the battery.
CAUTION: Do not insert a SIM card yet!
Connect the antenna supplied, using the jack socket on the base of the device.
Do not yet connect the GSM module to your PC using the USB cable. If you had already
connected it, disconnect it now.
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9.1
GSM Module Software:
First install the USB driver for the module and the control software from the CD provided onto
the PC, and follow the installation instructions. The software starts up automatically when the
CD is inserted. Should it fail to start automatically, start the programme
"UM030_Parametrierungssoftware".
This sequence needs to be followed in order to ensure correct configuration of a module:
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Read instructions and install software.
Switch on module without SIM card
Use the USB cable provided to connect the module to the PC.
Start up the software.
Carry out the set-up in the software and transfer the parameters to the module.
Remove the USB cable.
Remove power from the module (Including disconnecting the battery!)
Insert the SIM card!
Reconnect power to the module.
The settings entered should be checked by triggering each of the functions.
Please note! It takes the module approximately 2 minutes to reboot. The status LED flashes
regularly during this period.
9.2
General Settings
This can be used to switch the programme language between German and English.
File
Adjustments
Name of station
DC test
Select language
German
Change Logo
English
Insert SIM-Pin
Phone number
Report text
Digital inputs
Digital outputs
Analogue inputs
Change Logo: The user can change the company logo. Please note! The software has to be
started with administrator access rights.
Enter SIM-PIN: By clicking on this button you open a window where the PIN can be entered. If
the SIM card has deactivated the need for a PIN number this is not required.
By clicking on the 'Home", "Telephone number" etc. buttons at the bottom of the window you
can open up each of the entry screens.
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9.3.

Station Name
The module can be assigned a device identity or the name of the pumping station, using up to
18 characters. The module then sends this name at the start of each SMS for identification
purposes.
Please note: When defining the name or the alarm messages note that you must not use
any accented characters (such as é, ñ or ü) or other special characters.
9.4.
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Telephone Numbers
Up to four telephone numbers can be entered. They must be entered using international
format:
For example: 0176 123456 in the UK
Entry: 0044176123456 or
+44176123456
The digits "0044" represent the international dialling code for the UK. If the device is installed
in another country, then please use the correct international dialling code for that country.
File
Adjustments
Name of station
DC test
Phone number
You must never enter the phone number of the SIM
card which is being used in the module! If you do so,
then you can get the situation where the module sends
itself an SMS when an event occurs. As soon as it
receives this self-generated SMS, it generates a reply
and so ad infinitum!
SMS centre number
Phone number
Report text
Digital inputs
The number of the SMS centre number must be entered.
The international format should be used for this too.
On the next page you will find a table with a list of providers and numbers for SMS centres (in
Germany). If your provider is not included, please contact them directly.
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SMS Centre Numbers
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Operator
T-Mobile (Telekom,
D1)
Mobile network
SMS Centre
T-Mobile
0049 171 076 0000
Vodafone (D2)
Vodafone
o2
BASE (E-Plus)
o2
E-Plus
0049 172 227 0333
0049 172 227 0000
0049 176 000 0443
0049 177 061 0000
Service provider
Mobile network
T-Mobile
Vodafone
o2
E-Plus
SMS Centre
0049 171 076 0315
0049 172 227 0880
0049 176 000 0462
0049 177 060 2300
Provider
Mobile network
1&1
Vodafone
AY Yildiz
blau.de
E-Plus
E-Plus
T-Mobile
Vodafone
T-Mobile
o2
T-Mobile
o2
SMS Centre
0049 172 227 0333
0049 172 227 0000
0049 177 061 0000
0049 177 061 0000
0049 171 076 0000
0049 172 227 0333
0049 171 076 0000
0049 176 000 0443
0049 171 076 0000
0049 176 000 0466
0049 172 227 0333
0049 172 227 0000
0049 176 000 0443
0049 177 061 0000
mobilcom-debitel
callmobile
congstar
FONIC
klarmobil
McSIM
Vodafone
PHONEX
simyo
o2
E-Plus
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9.5.

Alarm Messages
An individual alarm message can be entered for each of the 6 digital inputs (In1 - In6) e.g.:
"Collective error", etc. These are limited to 20 characters. Here again, characters with accents
or umlauts and special characters may not be used.
File
Adjustments
Name of station
Message text for digital inputs
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Class malfunction
Flooding
Malfunction P1
Malfunction P2
Phone number
9.6.
Report text
Digital Inputs (In1 – In6)
The digital inputs to be used first need to be activated. More than one telephone number can
be assigned. The selection is restricted to the pre-defined numbers. If only one telephone
number has been defined, then only one can be selected.
File
Adjustments
Enable
Name of station DC test
Phone Number
Message text no.
Click this button to display the selections.
Port 1
Port 2
Port 3
Port 4
Port 5
Port 6
Set the digital inputs to active / inactive. Assign a telephone number to each
input, and an alarm message. Reverse it (on = default) and add a delay.
Phone number
Report text
Digital inputs
Digital outputs
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File
Adjustments
Enable
The texts previously defined under "alarm messages" need
to be assigned to the inputs.
Name of station DC test
Phone Number
Message text no.
Port 1
Port 2
Port 3
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Port 4
Port 5
Port 6
Set the digital inputs to active / inactive. Assign a telephone number to each
input, and an alarm message. Reverse it (on = default) and add a delay.
Phone number
9.7.
Report text
Digital inputs
Digital outputs
Settings for the Inputs
You have the option of reversing the inputs, which means that an alarm message is sent when
that terminal is opened.
File
Adjustments
Enable
Name of station DC test
Phone Number
Message text no.
Port 1
inverted
Delay
Port 2
inverted
Delay
Port 3
inverted
Delay
Port 4
inverted
Delay
Port 5
inverted
Delay
Port 6
inverted
Delay
Set the digital inputs to active / inactive. Assign a telephone number to each
input, and an alarm message. Reverse it (on = default) and add a delay.
Phone number
Report text
Digital inputs
Digital outputs
Analogue inputs
A delay can also be set (1 – 60s). An SMS is then only sent if the terminal remains closed or
open for this length of time. A short delay should always be set to avoid unnecessary SMS
messages being sent.
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9.7.1

Settings for "Collective Warning" Configuration
Input 1 is factory preconfigured for collective warnings.
Terminal 12 / 13 of the GSM module is pre-wired to terminal 3 / 4 of the mains-free alarm. This
means an SMS is also sent when the mains power fails.
For this, the following settings are required.
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For "Alarm message"  No.1
For "Digital inputs"  Input 1
Entry: Collective warning
Remember - no accents.
-
Select a telephone number(s)
Select Alarm message 1.
If wanted, set a delay time period. Do not tick 'Reversed'.
Please note that using our controls the "intermittent alarm" is not activated.
9.8.
Settings for "High Water Level Warning" Configuration
Input 2 – Terminal 14-15
can be used for the high water level warning. But it can also be on a different input. In which
case the settings and wiring need to be changed and adjusted to suit. The wiring for this
example needs to be carried out by the user themselves.
An alarm message first needs to be entered here too, and the activation box checked.
For "Alarm Message"  No.2
For "Digital inputs"  Input 2
Entry: High water level alarm
-
-
Select a telephone number(s)
Select Alarm message 2.
If wanted, set a delay time period. Do not tick 'Reversed'.
If the circuit is completed on a volt-free relay then the defined alarm message will be sent.
If the installed PS1-LCD N, PS2-LCD or PS2 control system issues a high water level alarm,
then the collective warning will also be issued at the same time, so 2 SMS will be sent.
Once the alarm is triggered an SMS is sent to the telephone number(s) entered. The alarm
message might look like this:
"North pump station: High water level"
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9.9.
Relay Outputs
Two relays can be switched per SMS, e.g. to lock or release a control.
Relay 1:
Terminal 28 / 29 opens (off).
Terminal 29 / 30 closes (on).
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Relay 2:
Terminal 31 / 32 opens (off).
Terminal 32 / 33 closes (on).
When a relay is switched this is displayed using the appropriate LED on the GSM module.
The entry might look like this:
File
Adjustments
Name of station DC test
Edit digital outputs
Switch output 1 „On“
A1 on
Switch output 1 „On“
A1 off
Here you can enter an alarm
message of your choice to
switch each of the outputs ON
or OFF. The alarm message
can be a maximum of 20
characters. You can also set
the output to ON on startup.
Switch output 1 to position „On“ when starting
Switch output 2 „On“
A2 on
Switch output 2 „On“
A2 off
Switch output 2 to position „On“ when starting
Phone number
Report text
Digital inputs
Digital outputs
Analogue inputs
If this is ticked, then the module starts up with relays on.
If the relevant relay is switched off, the module sends feedback.
If e.g. relay 2 is switched on or off, feedback is given: Output 2 is ON, or
Output 2 is OFF
If an incorrect command is sent to the module, then you receive an error message:
Station name: ERROR -> Unknown Command
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9.10.

Analogue Inputs
Two separate analogue inputs are available. (0 – 10V and 4 – 20 mA)
File
Adjustments
Name of station DC test
Auswahl
Analogue value
Phone number
Maximum value of entity
Report text
Sliders to define the
threshold.
Adjust report barrier
Store channel
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Hysteresis
Current value of entity
Erase parameter
Message if report barrier is undershot
Message if report barrier is over overshot
Phone number
Report text
Digital inputs
Digital outputs
Analogue inputs
When entering the unit for an analogue value use cmWs (centimetres column of water). This
then defines the scale of the units on the slider to set the threshold for triggering the alarm.
File
Adjustments
Auswahl
Name of station DC test
Analogue value
Phone number
Maximum value of entity
Hysteresis
Report text
Adjust report barrier
Store channel
You need to check this
box so that a warning is
sent either when the
threshold is exceeded,
or when the level is too
low.
Please note! Never
tick both boxes.
Current value of entity
Message if report barrier is undershot
Erase parameter
Message if report barrier is over overshot
Phone number
Report text
Digital inputs
Digital outputs
Analogue inputs
A tolerance can also be defined for the hysteresis.
An alarm message can be entered which is then sent when the value defined by the slider is
either exceeded or a lower value is reached.
The settings must then be linked to a telephone number. More than one telephone number
can be selected.
Please note! Once a channel's parameterisation has been completed, it needs to be saved
separately. This means that before moving on to set the parameters for the second channel,
or once the entries here are complete, you must click the "Save Channel" button.
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9.11
Transfer Data to the Module, Data Storage
This displays whether the computer is connected to a module, in our example no module is
connected.
File
Adjustments
Name of station
DC test
Open
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Save as
Send to device
End
By clicking on the button "Send to Device" the data are sent to the module.
The parameters/settings can be stored onto backup media using the "Save As..." command.
The files use the extension .uem.
Use the "Open" command to open stored settings.
9.12
Checking the Settings
The settings should be checked using simple tests. A jumper, e.g. a piece of wire or cable, can
be used for this.
For example, to test the Collective Warning, terminal 28-29 is short-circuited for a few
seconds, or, if the other connections have already been set up for signalling, then short-circuit
the relevant terminal in the device being monitored. (PS1-LCD N, PS2-LCD or PS2 system).
Status Query
By sending the command: GETDIGISTATE the module will generate an SMS with the current
status of the terninals and relays: This looks as follows:
Station name: I1=0, I2=0, I3=0, I4=0, I5=0, I6=0
Q1=0, Q2=0
- 0 = the terminal is open.
- 0 = the relay has not been switched.
By sending the command: GETANASTATE the module will generate an SMS with the current
state of the water level or of the analogue inputs:
Station name: An1=00000, An2=00000
- Analogue Inputs.
If an incorrect command is sent to the module, then you will receive an error message:
Station name: ERROR -> Unknown Command
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Instructions for Inserting the SIM card
Pull slider downwards
again.
Insert card into slider.
Close slider again.
Push upwards to lock in place.
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9.14.
Functional test during operation:
File
Adjustments
Phone number
Name of station DC test
Report text
Digital inputs
Digital outputs
Analogue inputs
If the module with a SIM card is connected to the computer using the USB cable while
operating, then you will see the current status of the module in this field. If a field is "green"
then that terminal is closed (if it has been reversed and the terminal is open, then its field is
green on start-up). Q1 and Q2 show the status of the relays, if "green" then that relay is
closed.
If the analogue inputs have been configured they show their current values, in the unit defined
in "Analogue Inputs". (e.g. An1=00030 cmWs)
I1-I6 indicates the state of the digital input terminals In1 – In6.
LOW means that the terminal is open.
Q1-Q2 indicates the state of the digital outputs or relays.
LOW means that the relevant relay has not been switched.
An1-An2 (1 = 0-10V and 2 = 4 – 20 mA) shows the current value of the analogue inputs, or of
the water level.
Please note!
Before sending the first test SMS make sure the battery has been charged.
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10.0
Technical data for the Module:
Operating voltage:
Quad GSM Band:
SIM:
Current consumption:
Dimensions:
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10.1
3.6…4 V/DC, min. 700 mA
850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz
3 V SIM card
When idle, max. 20mA
When transmitting, briefly up to 1 A
Module board alone (LxWxH): 74 x 50 x 15 mm
Technical data NA 1.2:
Operating voltage:
Housing:
Protection level:
Battery:
Temperature range:
Switch contact:
Alarm output:
Cable connections:
230V/AC 50/60Hz
155 (with cable connection) x 180 x 103
(HxWxD) polycarbonate
IP 54 (antenna socket mounted IP44)
12 volt 1.2 AH lead
-20 to +50 °C
4 A (1AG/Cd0)
12 V 1A max.
3 pces M16 x 1.5
When running the transformer can heat up to 70 °C!
If the battery is completely exhausted it may take up to 24 hours to recharge fully.
11.0
NA 1.2 Standards:
Relevant EU Directives:
Harmonised standards apply,
especially:
Harmonised standards apply,
GSM module especially:
EC – Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
EC – Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
2004/108/EC
EN 61000 - 6 - 2: 2005
EN 61000 - 6 - 3:2007
EN 61010 - 1:2001 + Correction 1:2002
+ Correction 2:2004
EN 301511; V 9.0.2
EN 301489-1; V 1.4.1
EN 301489-7; V 1.2.1
EN 60950-1; 2001
EN 50371; 2002
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Disposal
As an end user you are legally required in some countries (e.g. under the Battery Regulation
in Germany) to return all used batteries, it is forbidden to dispose of them in household waste.
GB
Batteries which contain hazardous substances are labelled with the above symbol, which
indicates that they may not be thrown away with household waste. The symbols for the heavy
metals which matter are Cd = cadmium, Hg = mercury, Pb = lead.
Used batteries of all shapes and sizes can be disposed of at your local authority collection
point (in Germany), at our branches, or anywhere that batteries are sold.
This means you are complying with legal requirements and making a contribution to protecting
the environment.
Notes and Telephone numbers:
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ACO Haustechnik
ACO Passavant GmbH
Im Gewerbepark 11c
D 36457 Stadtlengsfeld
Tel.: + 49 36965 819-0
Fax: + 49 36965 819-361
www.aco-haustechnik.de
ACO. Die Zukunft der Entwässerung.
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