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Insys Modem 56k 4.1 m/UL
Operating Manual
INSYS Modem 56k
File E239995
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Copyright © March June 05 INSYS MICROELECTRONICS GmbH
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Subject to technical changes as well as correction.
Date: June 05
31-22-03.031 english
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SCOPE OF DELIVERY ................................................... 4
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GENERAL .................................................................... 4
3
INITIAL OPERATION.................................................... 5
3.1
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ! ................................... 5
3.2
INSTALLATION OVERVIEW ........................................................... 5
3.3
INSTALLATION STEPS .................................................................. 6
4
CONFIGURATION........................................................ 7
4.1
CONFIGURATION SOFTWARE HSCOMM ......................................... 7
4.1.1
4.1.2
HSComm Operation ........................................................................... 7
AT Commands For Settings ................................................................ 8
4.2
SERIAL INTERFACE ...................................................................... 8
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
PC Settings.......................................................................................... 9
INSYS Modem Settings....................................................................... 9
Idle Connection Control ..................................................................... 9
AT Commands For The Serial Line .................................................... 10
4.3
TELEPHONE INTERFACE ............................................................. 10
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.3.5
Error Correction ................................................................................ 10
International Settings ...................................................................... 11
Dial Tone Detection.......................................................................... 11
Auto Answer Mode........................................................................... 11
AT Commands For The Telephone Line ............................................ 11
4.4
ACCESS PROTECTION ................................................................ 12
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
Password Protection......................................................................... 12
Security Callback .............................................................................. 12
AT Commands For Access Protection ............................................... 13
4.5
CONTROL OUTPUT ................................................................... 13
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4.6
ALARM INPUT ......................................................................... 13
4.6.1
4.6.2
Alarm Trigger.................................................................................... 14
Alarm Actions ................................................................................... 15
4.6.2.1
4.6.2.2
4.6.2.3
4.6.2.4
4.6.2.5
Simple alarm ........................................................................................................15
Impulse alarm ......................................................................................................15
Collective fax massage ........................................................................................15
Connection...........................................................................................................15
SMS in the fixed network ....................................................................................15
4.6.3
AT Commands For Alarm Actions..................................................... 16
4.7
COMMAND INPUT MODE .......................................................... 16
4.8
REMOTE CONFIGURATION ......................................................... 17
4.9
VOICE MODE AND DTMF TRANSMISSION ................................... 18
4.9.1
4.9.2
4.9.3
DTMF Sounds.................................................................................... 18
Remote Switching and Status Query ............................................... 18
AT Commands for Voice and DTMF Mode ....................................... 19
4.10
FIRMWARE UPDATE ................................................................. 19
4.10.1 Upload Procedure ............................................................................. 20
4.10.2 AT-Commands For Firmware Update............................................... 20
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TECHNICAL DATA ..................................................... 21
5.1
GENERAL................................................................................ 21
5.1.1
5.1.2
Key Features ..................................................................................... 21
Mechanical Features ........................................................................ 21
5.2
INTERFACES AND DISPLAY ELEMENTS .......................................... 22
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
5.2.5
5.2.6
5.2.7
Display Elements .............................................................................. 22
Terminal Layout................................................................................ 22
Power Supply.................................................................................... 23
Reset ................................................................................................. 24
Serial Interface ................................................................................. 24
Interface speed................................................................................. 24
Phone Interface ................................................................................ 25
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Digital Inputs and Outputs............................................................... 26
5.2.8.1
5.2.8.2
Alarm input: .........................................................................................................26
Control output: ....................................................................................................26
5.3
TRANSMISSION STANDARDS/PROTOCOLS .................................... 26
5.4
FIRMWARE ............................................................................. 27
5.5
APPROVALS ............................................................................ 27
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COMMAND OVERVIEW ............................................ 28
6.1
AT COMMAND AND S-REGISTER OVERVIEW ............................... 28
6.2
SYNTAX OF THE STANDARD AT COMMANDS ............................... 28
6.3
MESSAGES RETURNED FOR NORMAL DATA COMMUNICATION ........ 29
6.4
S REGISTER ............................................................................. 29
6.5
SHORT OVERVIEW S REGISTER ................................................... 29
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OPERATION WITH PLCS ............................................ 31
8
COUNTRY CODES...................................................... 32
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Sope Of Delivery
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Scope Of Delivery
Please check that the box contains all of the following parts before installation and operation:
• 1 INSYS Modem 144 or INSYS Modem 336 or INSYS Modem 56K
• 1 TAE cable
• 1 RS 232 cable (9 pin plug to 9 pin jack)
• 1 operating manual
If any part is missing, please contact your supplier. Please also inspect the modem for
transport damage and in the event of damage, consult your supplier.
Please keep packaging for future dispatch or storage.
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General
The INSYS Modem 336/56k is a modem for the analogue telephone network (PSTN).
INSYS Modem 336/56K provides plenty of advantages for professional users. The mounting on DIN rail in your cabinet is very simple, as well as installation and operation.
The features will be explained in the following sections
• Establishment of a data connection
• Auto answer mode
• Security callback
• Data flow control
• Idle connection control (Data transmit control)
• Flash update
• Alarm input and output for SMS messages transmission and for alarm data connections
• Impulse input for dispatching up to 10 SMS messages (only INSYS Modem 144)
• Fax dispatch with alarm release
• Local and remote parameterization
• INSYS Modem 56K usable in over 80 countries of the world
• SMS transmission in the fixed network
• 2 alarm inputs, 2 control outputs
• switch control outputs by DTMF
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Initial Operation
3.1 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS !
When using your telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury to persons, including the following:
1. Do not use this product near water, for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen
sink or laundry tub, in a wet basement or near a swimming pool.
2. Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There
may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning.
3. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
3.2 Installation Overview
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3.3 Installation Steps
1.
2.
Mounting on DIN rail:
simply clip on
Power supply:
a) Connect earth cable to GND
b) Connect power supply cable to 10..60 VDC
Note: Maximum ratings at pins 2 and 3 must not be exceeded!
c) Connect to power supply
The power LED lights up on successful installation.
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1
2
2
GND
X1
3
3
10...60 VDC
4
4
GND
5
5
GND
6
RESET
7
6
7
8
8
INPUT 1
9
9
INPUT 2
10
10
GND
GND
Telephone network:
a) Plug the TAE cable into the middle of the RJ-45 socket on the front of the housing
or alternatively
install via screw terminal on the bottom according to description (b2, b1, a1, a2,
NC).
c) connect cable to the TAE plug
Disconnect the INSYS Modem 144/336/56K from the phone line immediately in case of
any fault or functional irregularities – e.g. when the OFF-Hook-LED switches on immediately - and contact your service partner. In order to preserve your guarantee please do
not open or interfere with the modem.
3.
4.
Connecting PC/terminal:
Plug the enclosed RS 232 interface cable into housing front and connect with
PC/terminal.
5.
Checking successful installation:
Execute a short test from your terminal program (e.g. HSComm terminal window,
HyperTerminal, TeraTermPro, ProcommPlus). Enter the command “AT” and press
the “ENTER” button. If “OK” appears on your screen the INSYS Modem
144/336/56K has been successfully installed.
6.
Connection test:
Start a connection from your terminal program:
• Dial the following number 0101901929 (ATDT0101901929)
Attention:
For PABXs which require a „0“ for connection set-up, please enter
the following ATX3DT0,0101901929
• OFF-Hook-LED lights up
• Modem dials
• After some time (not more than 1 minute) the CONNECT message appears and
the DCD LED switches on
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Configuration
4.1 Configuration Software HSComm
INSYS Modem is configured by AT commands from a terminal program or PLC. All basic
functions of INSYS Modem can be controlled by the configuration software HSComm
without any knowledge about single commands and parameters. The description of settings within HSComm is followed by a list of corresponding AT commands. A terminal
window within HSComm allows direct command input when required.
A complete description of all AT commands and registers is available in a separate
document.
HSComm is running under Microsoft Windows from version 95.
4.1.1 HSComm Operation
HSComm tests the type of the connected device at startup or by menu Device Æ Test device and displays name and firmware revision in the upper right corner of the program
window. By default settings are available only when the corresponding firmware revision
has been recognized by the test.
The buttons in the right column of the window allow to read out the current settings, to
reset the modem or to set it back to factory settings.
All parameter settings are transmitted to the modem after pushing the SEND button.
Configurations can be saved and restored by the commands of the File menu.
Error messages of the modem are displayed in the Error menu.
For operation in connection with PLCs refer to chapter 7.
The key F1 provides a help window for the currently selected option at any time.
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4.1.2 AT Commands For Settings
Command
Description
AT&F
load factory settings
AT&V
display settings
AT&W
save user settings
ATZ
software reset
A comprehensive description of all AT commands and parameters is available in the addendum „command overview“.
4.2 Serial Interface
Both devices on the serial line (PLC or PC on one side and INSYS Modem on the other)
have to agree on the following settings for the serial line:
• baud rate (data transmission speed):
• format (start, data, parity and stop bits)
• flow control ( hardware/software handshake)
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4.2.1 PC Settings
Within HSComm the serial line setting are configured by the menu interface. The actual
settings are displayed in the status line of the program window.
Note: Serial setting has to be configured in any device (PC or PLC) connected to the INSYS
Modem.
4.2.2 INSYS Modem Settings
Serial line settings of the INSYS Modem are accessed by the menu Configure Æ Modem.
Autobauding: the INSYS Modem recognizes baud rate and format of incoming data at
the first AT command. The last settings persist unchanged if the modem receives data
(e.g. when answering a call).
Handshake is controlling data flow in case one of the devices is not ready to receive more
data temporarily. Hardware handshake is realized by separate control lines within the
serial interface.
DTR handling
The signal Data Terminal Ready (DTR) of the serial line indicates that the device (PLC, PC)
is switched on, connected and ready. INSYS Modem can react if the device is switched off
or a cable is disconnected.
Echo
When Echo is set INSYS Modem transmits each command back on the serial line to the
sender. This is necessary to see the command input in terminal mode.
4.2.3 Idle Connection Control
Idle connection control (formerly data transmit control) is a firmware function to monitor data transmission on the serial line in online mode. It avoids long time connection
without data transmission.
A counter starts as soon as the connection is established. Each byte which is transmitted
over the serial line resets the counter. The modem is reset when the predefined time is
reached without any data transmission or reception on the serial line. As the counter
starts at off hook idle time should not be set to less than 30 seconds to allow full connection establishment.
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Data transmission on the remote line does not reset the counter. Idle connection control
of the remote modem must be switched off for remote control therefore.
Idle connection control is configured by AT command only.
4.2.4 AT Commands For The Serial Line
Command
Description
AT*S
data transmission speed on serial line
AT+IPR
autobauding, baud rate (INSYS Modem 56k only)
AT*U
serial line protocol
AT&K
flow control between PC and modem
ATE
command echo
AT&S
DSR handling
AT&C
DCD (CT109) handling
AT&D
DTR (CT108/2) handling
ATS11=
Idle connection control (INSYS Modem 144/336 only)
ATS15=
Idle connection control (INSYS Modem 56k only)
A comprehensive description of all AT commands and parameters is available in the addendum „command overview“.
4.3 Telephone Interface
4.3.1 Error Correction
Error correction according to V.42 or MNP (1-4) standards enables the modem to recognize and correct transmission errors by line disturbances. Transmission may be interrupted without error correction. The type of error correction can be selected by the
HSComm menu Configure Æ Modem Æ Error correction. With the settings V.42 connection only, MNP4 connection only and V.42 or MNP4 connection only connection is refused
if the other modem does not support this error correction.
For connections with the requirement of short answer times the setting buffered, no error correction avoids any delays by block transmission.
Error corrected connections allow additional data compression.
In unbuffered, bit-direct mode up all bits are transmitted without buffering, error correction or compression. The modem does not influence the transmission format in any way.
Only the escape sequence (+++) is interpreted by the modem as long as the data format
is up to 11 bits.
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4.3.2 International Settings
INSYS Modem 56k can be adjusted to the line requirements of 87 countries worldwide by
a configuration command. The country codes for the firmware versions “standard countries” and “further countries” are listed in chapter 8. Some countries do not require a
separate adaptation but are using the standards “TBR21 (Europe)” or “ITU/Taiwan”.
TBR21 is the accurate setting for the countries of the European Union, Switzerland,
Liechtenstein, Norway and Iceland. Select the explicit country code only when INSYS Modem is connected to an older private branch exchange (PBX).
INSYS Modem 144 and 336 are configured for operation in western Europe (TBR21) only.
4.3.3 Dial Tone Detection
When dial tone detection is active, a dial attempt without the presence of a dial tone
being detected is aborted with the message NO DIALTONE. Without dial tone detection
dialing is attempted and reports NO CARRIER if not successful. Dialing without dial tone
detection is often required behind a private branch exchange (PBX).
Attempts to call a busy line is answered by the message BUSY in both cases.
4.3.4 Auto Answer Mode
The modem is answering incoming calls after the specified number of RING indications
autonomously.
4.3.5 AT Commands For The Telephone Line
Command
Description
ATA
answer mode
AT*A
auto answer mode lock
ATB
modulation for 300 Baud
AT\B
send break signal
AT%B
power up and down of the key abort at dial-up
AT%C
Enable data compression
AT\N
select error correction
ATW
error correction messages
AT\A
MNP block size
AT*L
auto speed limit
AT+MR
modulation type display (INSYS Modem 56k only)
AT+MS
modulation type selection
AT%E
retrain
AT+GCI
country code selection (INSYS Modem 56k only)
ATD
dial
ATH
hang up
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Command
Description
ATP
Select pulse dialing
ATT
Select tone dialing
AT%Q
Display phone connection quality
ATS0
auto answer
AT+VCID
set caller ID (INSYS Modem 56k only)
AT+VRID
last received caller ID (INSYS Modem 56k only)
AT\V
connect messages
ATX
Extended result reporting, dial tone detection
AT%L
Display level of received signal
AT&Z
Store phone numbers
A comprehensive description of all AT commands and parameters is available in the addendum „command overview“.
4.4 Access Protection
4.4.1 Password Protection
With password set the modem is protected from unauthorized access
• for incoming data connections
• for remote control
• for security callback
4.4.2 Security Callback
When the modem answers an incoming call the message “CONNECT” is followed by the
messages “SECURITY CALLBACK” and “REMOTE PASSWORD:”.
• If the password is wrong the modem immediately disconnects and stops an unauthorized access.
• If the password is correct the modem reports "OK" to the calling terminal, disconnects
and dials the phone number specified after 10 seconds. Up to 3 call attempts are executed with 10 seconds breaks in between.
• 2 seconds after the connection the message “CALLBACK IN PROGRESS” is sent by the
calling modem and the serial line is released for a standard data connection.
Outgoing calls are not influenced by the security callback functionality.
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4.4.3 AT Commands For Access Protection
Command
Description
AT*P
password request after dial-up
AT*C
remote control password
AT*C1
PIN for DTMF control
AT*R
turn on/off remote control
AT\D
turn on/off DTMF for digital IO
AT&Z1=
store security callback number
AT&A
selective call answer according to caller IDs (INSYS Modem 56k only)
AT*N
allowed numbers for selective call answer (INSYS Modem 56k only)
AT%N
last rejected number (INSYS Modem 56k only)
A comprehensive description of all AT commands and parameters is available in the addendum „command overview“.
4.5 Control Output
INSYS Modems 144/336/56k from version 4.0 provide two control outputs OUT1 and
OUT2 at the bottom of the housing. These outputs are realized as SPDT (single pole double throw) switches by galvanic insulated relays. The outputs are controlled independently by software commands. OUT1 is closed automatically during impulse alarm processing.
Control outputs can be switched remotely:
• within a remote configuration session (see chap. 4.8)
• by DTMF signals (see chap. 4.9.2)
AT Commands For Control Output
Command
Description
AT*Y
output switching
A comprehensive description of all AT commands and parameters is available in the addendum „command overview“.
4.6 Alarm Input
INSYS Modems 144/336/56k from version 4.0 provide two digital inputs which are activated by ground potential. In case of an alarm the modem transmits an alarm notification by data connection, as a fax or an SMS.
If the impulse alarm is activated the modem distinguishes up to 10 pulse sequences.
Each of these 10 alarm events correlates to user defined alarm text and receiver.
The status of the alarm inputs can be queried by AT command or by DTMF signals (see
chap. 4.9.2)
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4.6.1 Alarm Trigger
The alarm inputs are on HIGH potential provided
by internal pull-up resistors as long as it is open.
The alarm is activated by a simple connection to
the ground potential.
The alarm input is configured by the HSComm
menu Configure Æ Alarm functions:
• With alarm input active a simple alarm is
triggered as soon as INPUT1 is set to ground
potential for 4 seconds.
• With impulse input active pulses (pulses and
pauses with duration of 0,3 to 2 seconds) at
INPUT1 are counted and processed after a
delay of 5 seconds. If INPUT1 is kept at ground potential for more than 4 seconds a
simple alarm only is triggered for compatibility reasons.
Activation of INPUT2 is interpreted like 2 pulses on INPUT1.
Simple and impulse alarms can be triggered by software commands for control purposes.
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4.6.2 Alarm Actions
SMS transmission from the analog telephone network is routed by special gateway
numbers of the network providers. These Service Center Numbers and the protocol (PET or
UCP) are preconfigured for German GSM networks.
4.6.2.1 Simple alarm
Alarm notifications consist of an alarm text of a maximum of 160 characters. The notification is transmitted to a modem over data connection or to mobile phone by SMS.
4.6.2.2 Impulse alarm
With impulse alarm active alarm notification are composed from 120 characters common text for all alarms and 80 characters individual alarm text – the first 160 characters
are transmitted by SMS. The alarm index is specified by the number of pulses. If more
than 10 pulses are applied message 10 is transmitted.
The notifications are transmitted to mobile phones by SMS. All recipients must be located within the network of the same GSM provider.
Attention: alarm number 1 must be configured in any case to activate impulse alarming.
4.6.2.3 Collective fax massage
In addition all alarm notifications can be sent to a central fax number for logging.
4.6.2.4 Connection
If a connection can not be established 3 dial attempts with 10 seconds breaks in between
are executed. Alarm notification is aborted if no connection was successful. A new connection is only initiated when the alarm input is opened and closed again.
Data connection to a modem can remain after the transmission of the notification with
the selection data connection, keep connection. After fax or SMS transmission the connection is closed by the modem in any case.
A dial prefix is necessary for the service center numbers only, not for the single target
numbers.
4.6.2.5 SMS in the fixed network
SMS gateways in the fixed network are supported by the latest firmware. SMS in the
fixed network can be transmitted as well to fixed telephones as to a fax or a e-mail address. The following access data are from Deutsche Telekom:
Service-Center:
01930100
SMS to fax:
set prefix 99 ahead of fax device number
SMS to e-mail:
set recipient number to 8000 (SMS-e-mail gateway)
text message begins with e-mail address, followed by a space and
the message. Replace @ in the e-mail address by an asterisk *.
(Note: The common text must be empty or start with the e-mail
address for pulsed alarm.)
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4.6.3 AT Commands For Alarm Actions
Command
Description
AT%A
alarm triggering
AT*I
manual request of the alarm input
AT*M
protocol for alarm messages
AT*V
alarm text
AT&Z
store telephone numbers (mobile, service center, fax)
ATS13
number of dialing attempts
A comprehensive description of all AT commands and parameters is available in the addendum „command overview“.
4.7 Command Input Mode
At power up INSYS Modem is in the command input mode ready to receive AT commands
from the serial line. When a data connection is established the modem can be set back to
command input mode by the following escape sequence:
1 second break (no input)
3 plus characters (+++) without Return
1 second break (no input)
Data connection is held in the background.
AT Commands For Command Input Mode
Command
Description
ATO
switch to online data mode
<break> +++ <break>
switch to command input mode
A comprehensive description of all AT commands and parameters is available in the addendum „command overview“.
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4.8 Remote Configuration
To change into remote configuration mode a data connection must exist between the
modems. A specific protocol is not necessary, however it is recommended to use an error
corrected connection to avoid transmission errors of critical commands.
The local modem does not require any remote configuration functionality.
Remote configuration is imitated by the following escape sequence (e.g. in the terminal
window):
1 second break (no input)
4 asterisk characters (****) without Return
1 second break (no input)
If hardware handshake is active in the remote modem the handshake signals have to be
active for the start of remote configuration. Otherwise hardware handshake should be
switched off.
Some commands are not available in remote configuration mode and are answered by
ERROR: ATA, ATD, ATO, AT\B, AT*C, AT*C1, AT&F, AT*V.
Attention: Idle connection control of the remote modem must be switched off because
the counter is only reset by characters on the serial line, which is not in use during remote configuration. Idle connection control can be switched off at the beginning of the
remote configuration session.
Remote configuration is executed only by AT commands, e.g. from the HSComm terminal
window, but not by HSComm Configure menu.
AT Commands For Remote Configuration
Command
Description
AT*C
store remote configuration password (presettings are QWERTY)
<break> **** <break>
initiate remote configuration
AT*R1
release modem for remote configuration
AT*E / AT*X
terminate remote configuration
ATS11 / ATS15
idle connection control
A comprehensive description of all AT commands and parameters is available in the addendum „command overview“.
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4.9 Voice Mode and DTMF Transmission
The voice mode of the modem allows
• to digitize telephone audio data and to transmit them over the serial line
• to play back digitized audio data to the telephone line
• to transmit and receive control signals as DTMF
4.9.1 DTMF Sounds
Keyboards of fixed network and mobile telephones produce DTMF sounds for the characters (0..9, A..D, *, #) as a combination of two frequencies which do not occur in the human
voice.
DTMF sounds are used for dialing in the telephone network. They may be used as well to
transmit control signals during a voice connection – e.g. for answering machines or
telebanking.
4.9.2 Remote Switching and Status Query
The latest firmware updates for INSYS Modem 144/336/56k 4.0 from January 2003 allow to set the control outputs and to query the status of the alarm inputs by DTMF signals. The INSYS Modem is ready to receive DTMF signals in incoming calls when the
DTMF mode has been activated. The connect is indicated by the OK signal and must be
answered by a 4 digit PIN. The PIN is acoustically acknowledged.
The following commands are available for remote DTMF control by telephone keyboard:
Key
Description
0*
Close connection
1*x
Control output 1:
x:
1
set control output 1 to 1
0
reset control output 1
1
set control output 2 to 1
0
reset control output 2
Return: „OK“
2*x
Control output 2:
x:
Return: „OK“
3*
Status query of both alarm inputs:
Status of both inputs is indicated in the form of HIGH (not active) or LOW (active).
Return: „OK“ – Status Input 1 – Status Input 2
The connection is closed by the INSYS Modem after a idle time of 25 seconds without
further DTMF signals.
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The INSYS Modem switches to data mode if it receives the call signal for a data connection from a modem.
Acoustic Signals
Description
short deep sound – short break – short high sound
OK
ready, command executed, PIN ok
long deep sound
ERROR
invalid command, wrong PIN
LOW
alarm input active
HIGH
alarm input not active
long high sound
4.9.3 AT Commands for Voice and DTMF Mode
The AT command sets of INSYS Modem 144/336 and INSYS Modem 56k have a similar
content but partly different naming. The comprehensive description of AT commands for
voice functions are available as separate documents from INSYS MICROELECTRONICS.
Command
Description
AT\D1
activate DTMF mode
AT\D0
deactivate DTMF mode
AT*C1
PIN for DTMF commands (factory setting „0000“)
4.10 Firmware Update
INSYS Modem contains a flash EPROM which allows a firmware update without hardware manipulations. The latest firmware can be requested from your service partner. It
consists of the flash loader (file HS_LADER.s37) and the firmware code (file with extension .S37).
The update is executed by a terminal program, which can perform an ASCII upload (ASCII
text transmission protocol), running on a PC. Tested an recommended terminal programs are TeraTermPro, ProcommPlus and HyperTerminal (included in Windows). The
following settings in the terminal program are mandatory:
• hardware handshake
• no interpretation of characters like tab stop, line feed, carriage return, backspace
• baud rate between 9.600 baud and 57.600 baud
The upload procedure takes 2 to 3 minutes at 57.600 baud, , longer with lower baud
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4.10.1 Upload Procedure
1. Upload is initiated by the AT command AT** - the modem replies „Download initiated“.
2. ASCII upload of the flash loader HS_LADER.S37. The transmission process is displayed
by dots in some terminal programs. Upon termination the message „Download
Flashcode“ is displayed.
3. ASCII upload of the firmware code (file xxxxxxxx.S37). The transmission process is displayed by dots in some terminal programs.
Attention: Transmission must not be intercepted under no circumstances. Otherwise
the flash EPROM is erased but incompletely written.
4. Successful termination is indicated by the message „Device successfully programmed“.
4.10.2 AT-Commands For Firmware Update
Command
Description
AT**
start flash update
A comprehensive description of all AT commands and parameters is available in the addendum „command overview“.
Remark: Mandatory ASCII protocol setting in the Telix terminal program: delay between
characters and lines must be 0, local echo must be off.
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Technical Data
All data at nominal input, full load and 25°C ambient temperature. Stresses listed under
„Maximun Ring“ (one at time) may be applied to devices without resulting in permanent
damage. The operation of the equipment for extended periods may affect device reliabillity. Limiting value tolerance are subject to usal flucation margins.
5.1 General
5.1.1 Key Features
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Mounting on DIN rail DIN EN 500 22
Data, fax and SMS1 services
Power supply
10..60 V DC, 5% ripple
Voltage level on the V.24 interface corresponding to V.28
Protected V.24/V.28 interface with 9-pin SUB-D jack (screw-locked)
Telephone interface via telephone socket (RJ 45) or screw terminal
Reset by button or via screw terminal
Watchdog
Enhanced AT command set
Auto answer mode
2 user profiles
Hard-/software handshake
4 programmable telephone numbers (32 digits)
Speed automatically adjustable or set
Online retrain
MFV dialing
Flash function
Alarm function
Busy recognition
Remote Control with password
Callback security function with password
Idle connection control (data transmit control)
5.1.2 Mechanical Features
Weight
250 g
Dimensions (max.)
w x d x h = 55 x 110 x 75
Temperature range
0°C ..55°C
Protection class
Housing IP 40/ Terminal IP 20
Humidity
0 - 95% not condensing
Note:
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The INSYS Modem 56K must not be used in wet environments.
Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical
storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning.
support by network provider required
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5.2 Interfaces And Display Elements
front view
5.2.1 Display Elements
The INSYS Modem 56K 4.0 provides four LEDs for status indication.
Name
Color
Off state
On state
Power
green
no power supply
power supply connected
OH (off hook)
yellow
Modem is offline
Modem is connected to phone line (online)
DCD (Data Carrier Detect)
yellow
no connection
established
connection established (carrier detected)
RX/TX (Receive / Transmit)
green
no data exchange
data is exchanged via the modem
5.2.2 Terminal Layout
Top side terminal
Terminal
1
GND
1
GND
Ground
2
2
X1
2
X1
Power supply 50V - 80V DC (optional)
3
3
10...60 VDC
3
10..60VDC
Power supply 10V - 60V DC
4
4
GND
4
GND
Ground
5
5
GND
6
6
Reset
5
GND
Ground
7
7
GND
6
Reset
Reset input
8
8
Input 1
7
GND
Ground
9
9
Input 2
8
Input 1
Alarm input 1
10
10
9
Input 2
Alarm input 2
10
GND
Ground
Ext.
Reset
IN 1
IN 2
GND
Power
supply
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Bottom side terminal:
Terminal
11
OUT1NC
Output 1 – normally closed
12
OUT1
Output 1
OUT 1-NO
13
OUT1NO
Output 1 – normally open
OUT 2-NC
14
OUT2NC
Output 2 – normally closed
15
OUT2
Output 2
16
OUT2NO
Output 2 – normally open
17
b2
Through phone line
18
b1
Phone line
19
a1
Phone line
20
a2
Through phone line
OUT 1-NC
12
12
OUT 1
13
13
14
14
15
15
OUT 2
16
16
OUT 2-NO
17
17
b2
18
18
b1
19
19
20
20
a1
a2
RX+
Ethernet
11
Line
11
RXTX+
TX-
a1 and b1 are the incoming phone lines (e.g. outside line or private branch exchange).
a2 and b2 are used to connect a phone in series. In idle state, they are connected to a1
and b1 via a loop current connector. a2 and b2 are detached as soon as the modem uses
the line.
note:
a2 and b2 are for the connection of a following telephone equipment. This telephone equipment should be certified accordant UL 60950-1 part 6. Using only
cable Typ AWG26.
5.2.3 Power Supply
Power supply:
Power consumption:
Current consumption:
10…60 V DC
approx. 2,5 W (with connection)
Supply voltage Current (idle) current (connection) max . power-up current
10 VDC
200 am
240 mA
300 mA
24 VDC
100 mA
110 mA
150 mA
Note: The Power Supply must always be secured with a UL LISTED Fuse Typ T5A H 250V.
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5.2.4 Reset
Modem reset can be triggered by an external unit over the screw terminal Reset. A low
potential has to be applied for a minimum of 3 seconds.
Modem reset can also be triggered by the reset key on the front panel. The key has to be
pushed for a minimum of 3 seconds.
5.2.5 Serial Interface
Layout of the 9 pin D-Sub jack
Description of the signals at the 9 pin D-SUB jack of the DCE:
9 pin D-SUB DCE
pin no.
Description
1
DCD
2
Function
CCITT
EIA
DIN
V-24
RS232
66020
E/A DCE to
DTE
Data Carrier Detect
109
CF
M5
O
RXD
Receive Data
104
BB
D2
O
3
TXD
Transmit Data
103
BA
D1
I
4
DTR
Data Terminal Ready
108
CD
S1
I
5
GND
Ground
102
AB
E2
6
DSR
Data Set Ready
107
CC
M1
O
7
RTS
Request To Send
105
CA
S2
I
8
CTS
Clear To Send
106
CB
M2
O
9
RI
Ring Indication
125
CE
M3
O
5.2.6 Interface speed
Baudrate in bps
24
300
4.800
28.800
600
9.600
38.400
1.200
14.400
57.600
2.400
19.200
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5.2.7 Phone Interface
RJ 12 plug with
nose downward
E W
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
b2 b1
a2 a1
TAE-Stecker
von unten
12345678
RJ 12 plug
front
RJ45
Stecker front
RJ 12 and RJ 45
Pin RJ12
plug
Name
Pin RJ45
socket
Name
Pin
Name
1
NC
4
a1
7
NC
2
NC
5
b1
8
NC
3
a2
6
b2
a1 and b1 are the incoming phone lines (e.g. outside line or private branch exchange).
a2 and b2 are used to connect a phone in series. In idle state, they are connected to a1
and b1 via a loop current connector. a2 and b2 are detached as soon as the modem uses
the line.
note:
a2 and b2 are for the connection of a following telephone equipment. This telephone equipment should be certified accordant UL 60950-1 part 6. Using only
cable Typ AWG26.
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5.2.8 Digital Inputs and Outputs
5.2.8.1 Alarm input:
LOW 0 .. 1 V
HIGH 4 .. 12 V
current from LOW to internal +5 V voltage: typ. 0.5 mA
5.2.8.2 Control output:
SPDT (single pole double throw) switches by galvanic insulated relays
maximum voltage: 30 V (DC) / 30 V (AC)
maximum current: 1 A (DC) / 0.5 A (AC)
5.3 Transmission Standards/Protocols
Bps indicates the transmitted bits per second. Full duplex means that the transmission
takes place into both directions.
ITU Standards (CCITT) Meaning
V.21
Transmission with 300 bps full duplex
V.22
Transmission with 1,200 bps full duplex
V.22bis
Transmission with 2,400 bps full duplex
V.23
Send with 75 bps and receive with 1,200 bps and vice versa (full duplex).
V.23 half-duplex
Send or receive with 1,200 bps (half duplex)
V25bis
Alternate command set for AT command set
V.32
Transmission with 9,600 bps or (fallback) 7,200, 4,800 bps.
V.32bis
Transmission with 14,400 bps or (fallback) 12,000, 9,600, 7,200, 4,800 bps.
V.FC
Transmission with 28,800 bps or (fallback) 26,400, 24,000, 21,600, 19,200, 16,800, 14,400 bps.
V.34
Transmission with 28,800 bps or (fallback) 26,400, 24,000, 21,600, 19,200, 16,800, 14,400 bps.
V.34+
Transmission with 33,600 bps or (fallback) 31,200, 28,800, 26,400, 24,000, 21,600, 19,200,
16,800, 14,400 bps.
V.42
Error protection method for DCE’s with asynchronous-to-synchronous conversion
V42bis
Data compression method
V.90
Receive with 56,000 bps or (fall back) 54,667, 53,333, 52,000, 50,667, 49,333, 48,000, 46,667,
45,333, 42,667, 41,333, 40,000, 38,667, 37,333, 36,000, 34,667, 33,333, 32,000, 30,667, 29,333,
28,000 bps.
Send with 33,600 bps or (fall back) 31,200, 28,800, 26,400, 24,000, 21,600, 19,200, 16,800,
14,400 bps.
V.92
Receive with 56,000 bps or (fall back) 54,667, 53,333, 52,000, 50,667, 49,333, 48,000, 46,667,
45,333, 42,667, 41,333, 40,000, 38,667, 37,333, 36,000, 34,667, 33,333, 32,000, 30,667, 29,333,
28,000 bps.
Send with 48,000 bps or (fall back) 46,667, 45,333, 42,667, 41,333, 40,000, 38,667, 37,333,
36,000, 34,667, 33,333, 32,000, 30,667, 29,333, 28,000 bps.
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5.4 Firmware
Checksum
Date
Mai 2004
Standard
Countries
Extended
Countries
F205
9F6E
Description
supported countries in the firmware versions
for standard countries and extended country
group see chap. 8
5.5 Approvals
The INSYS Modem 144/336/56K bears the CE symbol of conformity. This symbol declares
that the INSYS Modem 144/336/56K corresponds to the currently valid versions of the
following EC Directives:
¾ 89/336/EEC (EMC guideline)
¾ 73/23/EEC (Low voltage guideline)
¾ 91/263/EEC (Telecommunications devices guideline)
Approvals:
¾
¾
¾
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CTR 21 (Europe)
CE
Approval number CE 0682X
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6.1 AT Command AND S-Register Overview
A comprehensive description of all AT commands and parameters is available in the addendum „command overview“ from
INSYS Microelectronics GmbH , Waffnergasse 8, 93057 Regensburg, Germany
Tel +49 941 560061, Fax +49 941 563471, Email: insys@insys-tec.de
6.2 Syntax Of The Standard AT Commands
Modem guideline V.25 ter is applicable as regards the time sequence of interface commands. The AT standard is a line-oriented command language. Each command is made
up of three elements: the prefix, the body and the termination character.
The prefix always consists of the letters AT, except the A/ command.
The body is consists of a name and, if applicable, of associated values. In case an associated value is optional, it is marked by square brackets ([...])
The default termination character is <CR> (= 0x0D).
Commands may be combined in the same command line. Spaces between the individual
bodies are ignored. The commands can be classified as:
• basic command set
• extended command set (beginning with “+“ or “^“)
Commands are acknowledged with "OK" or "ERROR". A command currently being processed is interrupted by each subsequent incoming character. Consequently, the next
command must wait until acknowledgment has been received as otherwise the current
command will be canceled.
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6.3 Messages Returned For Normal Data Communication
Response
Code
Type
Meaning
OK
0
final
Command executed, no errors
CONNECT
1
intermediate
Connection set up, if parameter setting X=0
intermediate
Connection set up, if parameter setting X>0
CONNECT [<text>]
<text>: e.g.: ´ cnx 9600´. Data transfer rate is 9600
Bit/sec. then.
RING
2
unsolicited
Ring detected
NO CARRIER
3
final
Connection not established or disconnected
ERROR
4
final
Invalid command or command line too long
NO DIAL TONE
5
final
No dial tone, dialing impossible, wrong mode
BUSY
6
final
Remote terminal busy
NO ANSWER
7
final
Connection completion time-out
6.4 S Register
The modem uses status registers to control operation.
S-registers can be read and written with the ATS command.
Certain S-registers can only be read, while others can only be set within a limited range
of values.
If a value limit is exceeded, the modem will respond OK, even though the value is not accepted. Therefore, it is recommended to check the contents of a register, after changes
have been made by use of the ATS<n>? command.
Short Overview S Register
Register
Function
Units
Range
Default
S0*
Rings to auto answer
rings
0-5
5
S1
Ring counter
rings
0-255
0
S2*
Escape character
ASCII
0-255
43
S3
Return character
ASCII
0-127
13
S4
Line feed character
ASCII
0-127
10
S5
Backspace character
ASCII
0-255
8
S6*
Waiting time for dial tone
s
4-7
4
S7*
Waiting time for carrier signal
s
0-100
60
S8*
Dialing pause
s
1-7
2
S9*
Reaction time on carrier signal
0.1 s
1-255
6
S10*
Time between lost carrier signal and hang-up
0.1 s
20-254
20
S12*
ESC prompt delay
0.02 s
0-255
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Register
Function
S13*
Number of dialing attempts for alarm
S14*
General settings
S15*
Data Transmit Controller DTC
S17*
Remote initial character
S21*
Settings for V24
S22*
Settings
S24*
Time until changing to sleep mode
S25
Units
Range
Default
1-12
3
138
1s
0-255
0
0-127
42
116
75h (117)
s
0-255
0
Time for DTR signal
0.01 s
0-255
5
S26
Time between RTS/CTS
0.01 s
0-255
1
S27*
General settings
S29
Time for modifiers „flash“
S30
Time until hang-up for inactivity
S31*
General settings
-
C2h (194)
S36*
Resetting the error protocols
-
135
S38
Time until forced hang-up
s
S39*
Flow control
-
3
S40*
General settings
-
104
S41*
General settings
-
195
S46*
Data compression
-
138
S48*
Settings for V42 negotiation phase
-
7
S86
Error result code
-
read only
S91*
Send level
-
S95*
Result code
-
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10 ms
17
17
10 s
0-255
0
0-255
0-15
20
9
0
These registers are stored with the command AT&W in the EEPROM.
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Operation With PLCs
The INSYS Modem 144/336/56K has been tested for the most common PLC systems on
the market.
The documentation of the settings required for the respective PLC (Application Note) can
be requested at INSYS (email: insys@insys-tec.de)
Installation by HSComm
The configuration software HSComm provides recommended settings for the modems
connected to the PLC of to the PC in the central office.
With the menu PLC the required settings and installation instruction are displayed in text
form. The recommended settings can be adjusted by the user.
The settings are transferred to the attached device by the buttons Configure PC Modem
and Configure PLC Modem.
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Country Codes
Adjust the modem to local requirements using the command AT+CGI=<countrycode>
All other settings should be carried out after the country code has been selected, because
some factory settings depend on these country settings.
INSYS Modem 56k 4.0
Land
TBR21*)
Standardländer
erweiterte
Ländergruppe
FD (default)
FD (default)
Ägypten
36
Algerien
FE
Argentinien
07
Australien
09
Algerien
FE
Belgien
0F
0F
Brasilien
16
16
Bolivien
FE
FE
Bosnien-Herzegowina
FE
FE
Brunei
FE
FE
Bulgarien
1B
Chile
25
China
26
26
Costa Rica
FE
FE
Dänemark
31
Deutschland
42
Dominikanische Republik
33
Ecaduor
FE
FE
El Salvador
FE
FE
Finnland
3C
Frankreich
3D
Griechenland
46
Großbritannien
B4
Guatemala
FE
FE
Honduras
FE
FE
Hong Kong
32
09
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INSYS Modem 56k 4.0
Land
Indien
Standardländer
erweiterte
Ländergruppe
53
53
Indonesien
54
Irland
57
Island
52
Israel
58
Italien
59
ITU/Taiwan
FE
FE
Japan
00
00
Jemen
FE
FE
Jordanien
FE
FE
Kanada
20
Kolumbien
27
Korea Republik
61
Kroatien
FA
Kuwait
62
Libanon
64
Liechtenstein
FD
Lettland
FD
Lichtenstein
Litauen
62
FD
FD
FE
Malaysia
FE
6C
Marokko
FE
Mexiko
73
Neuseeland
FE
7E
Nicaragua
FE
Niederlande
7B
Nigeria
FE
81
Norwegen
82
Oman
FE
Österreich
0A
FE
Pakistan
84
Panama
85
Paraguayx
87
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Land
Peru
Standardländer
erweiterte
Ländergruppe
FE
FE
Philippinen
89
Polen
8A
Portugal
8B
Rumänien
8E
Russische Förderation
B8
Saudi-Arabien
98
Schweden
A5
Schweiz
A6
Senegal
99
Singapur
9C
Slowakische Republik
FB
Slowenien
FC
Spanien
A0
Sri Lanka
A1
Südafrika
9F
Taiwan
FE
FE
Thailand
A9
A9
Tschechische Republik
2E
Türkei
AE
Tunesien
FE
FE
Ukraine
FE
FE
Ungarn
51
Uruguay
USA
B5
B5
Venezuela
BB
Vereinigte Arabische Emirate
B3
Weißrussland (Belarus)
Zypern
34
B7
FE
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