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Moxa OnCell G2150I Industrial Quad Band Modem
Wireless and Cellular Solutions
G2150I
Isolated Quad-Band RS-232/422/485 Industrial GSM/GPRS Modem
Features
Quad-band 900/1800, 850/1900 MHz GSM/GPRS, GPRS Class 10
Circuit-switch Data mode up to 14,400 bps
Seperate RS-232 and RS-422/485 serial interfaces (G2150I)
2.5 KV RMS isolation for 1 minute for all serial signals (G2150I)
15 KV ESD serial line protection
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Vertical IP30 enclosure with SIM card protection
LED indicators for GSM/BPRS, data transmission and signal level
DIN-rail, wall mounting
Wireless & Cellular
SMS Tunnel Mode
Automatic PIN Entry
Easy-to-use OnCell Configurator
Quad
band
M2M Connection via Mobile Network
The widespread availability of cellular data networks presents another
choice for machine-to-machine (M2M) communication today. Mobile
telephony can be used to establish access to many sites where it
is difficult to place land lines, such as in offshore applications, in
the mountains, on the roof of a building, or by a highway. Whether
used in location tracking devices, mobile Ethernet gateways, or for
wireless data collection, cellular M2M offers mobility, encryption, more
location options, and easier installation in a single package. For many
situations, cellular M2M presents advantages that cannot be matched
by hard wiring solutions, analog carriers, or satellite connections.
Cellular Network Technology
Modern wireless technology connects more than 2 billion cell phone
users worldwide, using more than four times as many devices
to manage connections. In different areas and countries, cellular
operators offer different services. GSM is used almost everywhere,
with upgraded service possible through GPRS and EDGE. Whereas
GSM is considered 2G, GPRS is sometimes called 2.5G, and EDGE
may be considered 2.75G. EDGE stands for “enhanced data rate for
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GSM evolution” and provides significantly better data transmission
speeds. As for 3G, WCDMA/UMTS is the leading protocol for current
GSM operators. In addition to GSM, there are also CDMA / CDMA2000
systems implemented in part of US, Australia, Japan, South Korea and
so on, providing both voice and data services. The different systems
compare is as follows.
Technology
Generation
Connection
Type
Theoretical
Max
(kbps)
Carrier
Max
(kbps)
Typical
Throughput
(kbps)
GSM
2G
Circuit
------
9.6
------
GSM GPRS Class 10
2.5G
Packet
86.2
54.2
20-40
GSM Edge Class 10
2.75G
Packet
237
237
80-160
HSDPA
3.5G
Packet
>1800
>1800
>700
UMTS(W-CDMA)
3G
Packet
384
384
200
IS-95 (cdmaOne)
2G
Packet
------
14.4
------
CDMA 1 x RTT
2.75G
Packet
307
153
60-80
1 x EVDO (CDMA2000)
3G
Packet
>2000
>2000
300-500
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CSD Data Connection
CSD (Circuit Switched Data) is the original form of data transmission
developed for GSM systems. With a single radio time slot, CSD can
transmit data at 9.6 to 14.4 Kbit/sec to both the GSM network and
the PSTN switching subsystem over a direct call. Most of the time,
transmission is initiated by standard AT commands. Since CSD
provides direct modem access to remote devices, system extensions
can be used without requiring the installation of cables and data lines.
CSD overcomes the limitations of hard wiring and inaccessible terrain
for easier, more flexible data collection and monitoring.
Meter
+1-626-0001
+1-626-0002
Meter
+1-626-0003
Meter
Dial-up polling topology
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GPRS IP Connectivity
GPRS
IP Network
Central Station
PPP Enabled
PC-Controller
OnCell G2150I Introduction
The OnCell G2150I are industrial quad-band GSM/GPRS modems that
transmit data and short messages (SMS) over GSM/GPRS mobile
networks. They can be used to improve the efficiency of maintenance
and communication, independent of operating skill. The OnCell G2150I
are also designed to be mounted on a DIN-rail or on the wall. It has
a 12 to 48V DC power input, allowing different types of field power
sources to be attached. The serial ports are also protected by 15 KV
ESD line protection, so the system is safe from electrical discharge.
Separate RS-232 and RS-422/485 interfaces are built into the OnCell
G2150I GSM/GPRS modem, each with 2.5 KV RMS isolation for one
minute. The two serial interfaces on OnCell G2150I also make it ideal
for attaching all kinds of devices, such as stand-alone controllers, PC
COM ports, or multi-dropped electric meters.
TxD
RxD
RTS
CTS
DTR
DSR
DCD
G2150I
TXD+
TXD-
RS-232
8 Channel
2.5KV Isolation
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GPRS is packet-switched, which means that multiple users share the
same transmission channel. It transmits only when there is outgoing
data. At any moment, the available bandwidth can be dedicated
immediately for users that are sending or receiving data. In general,
a GPRS network can be viewed as a special IP network that offers
IP connectivity to IP terminals. Devices such as PCs, embedded
computers, and PPP-enabled PLCs can be easily connected to the IP
network and the Internet.
RXD+
RXD-
RS-422/485
4 Channel
2.5KV Isolation
RTU
G2150I
PLC
RI
Remote Cabinet
Remote Cabinet
Signal LED Indicators
The OnCell G2150I provides several LED indicators for basic status
information. At a glance, users can see the signal strength and the
current mode of communication, such as CSD data or GPRS.
Numbers of
SIGNAL
GSM
GPRS
PWR
DATA
Type of signal that can be transmitted
Type
Color
Description
SIGNAL
Green
Signal level (=> L2 for data connection)
PWR
Green
Power activated
None
No signal, or SIM card is not installed properly, or PIN is
not entered
GSM
Amber
GSM CSD connection established
1LED
Weak or insufficient (SMS only)
GPRS
Amber
GPRS connection established
2LEDs
Average (good for GSM CSD and GPRS connections)
DATA
Green
Serial Tx/Rx
3LEDs
Exceptional (good for GSM CSD and GPRS connections)
Signal LEDs
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SIM Card Protection
For security purposes, the SIM card is installed within the OnCell
G2150I housing. The outer cover must be unscrewed and removed for
access to the SIM card slot. Moreover, if an OnCell G2150I is installed
on a DIN-Rail or a wall, SIM Cover is not able to be opened from its
housing easeily before removing it from the DIN-Rail..
Automatic PIN Entry
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Once the correct PIN is entered with the AT+ CPIN command, or using
OnCell Configurator, the system (firmware V1.2 or above) will activate
the Automatic PIN Entry function. This function will store the current
PIN in its memory and enter it into the OnCell G2150I each time the
system boots up. If the SIM card does not match the current PIN, the
Automatic PIN Entry function will be deactivated.
OnCell Configurator
Wireless & Cellular
OnCell Configurator is a PC-based software tool for managing and
configuring OnCell G2150I modems. With a full graphics mode and
Windows-based environment, even first time users will find it easy
to learn how to use this new tool. OnCell Configurator can be used
to configure the general phone settings and modes for auto dial-out
parameters, but without the need to look up AT commands.
SMS Tunnel Mode
A major benefit of GSM technology is its support of short messages
(SMS) for easy communication over the mobile network. With MOXA’s
SMS Tunnel Mode, applications can be expanded and extra costs
eliminated. For example, SMS Tunnel Mode can be used to update the
message on a highway display panel, place refill orders for vending
machines, handle maintenance for remote rental equipment, or even
help to create the SMS alarm by directly transforming the text, binary
or unicode data from a legacy device to short messages without AT
SMS to Serial
Commands. It is particularly suitable for devices which communicate
infrequently or lack access to the local network. Although SMS
Tunnel Mode converts both ASCII and binary data to short messages
transparently back and forth, design of the Caller ID(phone number)
Identification has been implemented to block the message sent from
the uncertified users, system broadcast and those commercial SMS
advertisement.
Serial to SMS
SMS Tunnel
No AT Commands Required
Serial to SMS
SMS to Serial
PC
LED Panel
Uncertified ID
SMS
Broadcast
PC
Data
SMSSerial
of ID#1
Convert Serial Data to
SMS without AT
Commands Efforts
1
#
to ID
LED Panel
SMS of ID#1 to Serial
SMS
to ID
#
2
LED Panel
Uncertified ID
SMS to Serial
SMS of ID#1
SMS
Caller ID Verification
PC / Controller
or Serial Devices
SMS to Serial
SMS of ID#2
SMS to Serial without
AT Commands
Broadcast
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Ordering Information
G2150I: Industrial Quad-Band RS-232/422/485 Isolated GSM/GPRS
Modem
G2110I: Industrial Quad-Band RS-232 Isolated GSM/GPRS Modem
(available by reauest)
Optional Accessories
Power Adapter: 1.2A (or above) @ 12V, see page 12-8 for more
detailed information
DC Power Supply: See page 12-7 for more detail information
Package Checklist:
Antenna:
• OnCell G2150I or G2110 x 1
• ANT-CQB-O-0-3m: Omni 0dBi/10cm, magnetic SMA antenna, 3m
• Document and Software CD and Quick Installation Guide
• ANT-CQB-O-3-3m: Omni 3dBi/25cm, magnetic SMA antenna, 3m
• ANT-CQB-O-5-3m: Omni 5dBi/37cm, magnetic SMA antenna, 3m
• ANT-CQB-O-1: Omni 1dBi rubber SMA antenna
• Power jack to TB Cable
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Dimensions (unit = mm)
76,00 [2,992"]
[2,992"
DB9 (Female) RS-232 port
123,00 [4,843"
[4,843"]
Pin
1
2
9 8 7 6
RS-232
DCD
TxD
3
RxD
4
DSR
5
6
GND
DTR
7
CTS
8
RTS
Wireless & Cellular
5 4 3 2 1
Unit: mm
27,00 [1,063"
[1,063"]
Specifications
Cellular Communication
RS-422/485 Pull High/Low: 150K/150K, 1K/1K (DIP switch)
Standard Compliance: GSM and GPRS
Isolation: 2.5 KV RMS for 1 minute (All signals)
Band Selection: Quad-band 850/900 MHz, and 1800/1900 MHz
Power EFT/Surge Protection: 2 KV
Tx Power: 1 watt GSM1800/1900, 2 watt EGSM 900/GSM 850
Serial ESD Protection: 15 KV
GPRS Multi-slot class: Class 10, Coding Schemes: CS1 to CS4
Environment
GPRS Terminal Device Class: Class B
Operating Temperature: -20 to 55°C
CSD Data Transmission Rate: up to 14,400 bps
Storage Temperature: -40 to 75°C
SMS: Point-to-point Text/PDU: Mobile Originated (MO) and Mobile
Humidity: 5 to 95% RH
Terminated (MT Cell Broadcast: in accordance with GSM 07.05)
SIM Control: 3V/1.8V interface
Power
Antenna: Omni 0dBi/10cm, mini magnetic SMA, 3 meters
Input Power Voltage: 12 to 48 VDC
Serial Interface
Power Consumption:
Baud Rate: 300 bps to 115.2 Kbps
Data Bits: 7, 8
Stop Bits: 1, 2 (None parity)
• Idle: 50 mA @ 12 V
• Data Link: 300 ~ 900 mA (peak) @ 12V
Mechanical
Parity: None, Even, Odd, Space, Mark
Dimensions (W x D x H): 27 x 123 x 79 mm
RS-232 Connector: DB9 (Female)
Casing: ABS+PC, IP30 protected
RS-232 Signals: TxD, RxD, RTS, CTS, DTR, DSR, DCD and RI
Weight: 150 ±5g
RS-422/485 Connector: Terminal Block
Regulatory Approvals
RS-422/RS-485(4w) Signals: TxD+, TxD-, RxD+, RxD-, GND
CE, FCC Class A
RS-485(2w) Signals: Data+, Data-, GND
Limited Warranty
RS-422/485 Termination: 120 Ω (DIP switch)
5 years
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