FiberLoop Modem.p65 - Priority Electronics Ltd.

FiberLoop Modem.p65 - Priority Electronics Ltd.
FiberLoop Modem
Guide
PRIORITY ELECTRONICS LTD
55 Trottier Bay
Winnipeg, MB.
R3T 3R3
1-800-478-0447 (Toll Free)
(c) 2000 Priority Electronics Ltd.
US & CDN Patents Pending
Introduction / Overview
The FiberLoop Modem provides dial-up communication between the FiberLoop
Management Station and the FiberLoop Device. Communication occurs at 300
baud over POTS (Plain Old Telephone System) via Priority Electronics Ltd ‘s
proprietary modem signaling. The FiberLoop Modem is connected via an RS232
cable to a terminal server (not supplied) which allows for TCP/IP network communication between multiple FiberLoop Modems and a single FiberLoop Management Station.
Included with the Modem
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RJ11 Phone cord 6 feet
6 VDC Power adapter
FiberLoop Modem Guide
FiberLoop Modem
Required Products
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RS232 Cable for connection between Terminal Server and FiberLoop
Modem
Terminal Server
TCP/IP Network
Installation
Basic installation entails connecting the various ports located on the back of the
FiberLoop Modem to the appropriate external devices. Power is required to at
least one of the two sperate power connectors. One 6VDC power supply is
supplied. Also suplied is an RJ11 phone cord. Required but not supplied is a
RS232 cable for connection to the terminal server. Pin outs or configurations for
this cord maybe found in the appendix section of this manual.
Begin by connecting the FiberLoop Modem to a POTS phone line via the supplied RJ11 cable. The RJ11 cable should be connected to the PHONE port. Next
connect the terminal server cable to the RS232 port and finally connect at least
one of the two power cables to the appropriate power port.
Operation
Operation of the FiberLoop Modem is accomplished via the FiberLoop Management Station and remains transparent to the user. It is possible to directly connect to the FiberLoop Modem by use of a terminal server or a PC running terminal emulation software. See the Function List for the available command set in
the appendix.
LED Descriptions
PWR1
PWR2
Off Hk.
Car Det.
- Flashes to indicate that Power is connected to the port on the back
of the Fiberloop Modem
-Flashes to indicate that Power is connected to the port on the back
of the Fiberloop Modem
-Flashes to indicate a ringing signal is present on the phone line.
LED is solidly illuminated when the FiberLoop Modem answers an
incoming call (or initiates one).
-Solidly illuminated when a carrier is detected from a FiberLoop
Device.
Appendix
Function List - Command Set
Name
Reset
Command
<CTRL>R
Function D
#Dddddddddddd
Description
Resets modem and forces On Hook condition
Dial phone # supplied, where d- is the phone number
supplied 7-11 digits
This command only works when the FiberLoop Modem is in a On Hook condition. If the
FiberLoop Modem is in an Off Hook condition and connected, the command is passed through to the
FiberLoop Unit.
FiberLoop response:
Dialing<CR> Sends this message to indicate that command received
the FiberLoop returns “.” every second to indicate that call is progressing.
Call_Fail<CR> Indicates that call timed out
Connect<CR> Indicates that the call connected to the FiberLoop at the number dialed
No_Carrier<CR>
Indicates the carrier was lost after the FiberLoop modem was connected
Function S
S<CR> FiberLoop Modem status (Status info is available for the two power ports only)
This command only works when the FiberLoop Modem is in a On Hook condition. If the
FiberLoop Modem is in an Off Hook condition and connected, the command is passed through to the
FiberLoop Unit.
FiberLoop Response:
SS <CR>
Where SS represents the power error status condition for PWR1 and PWR2 respectively. S=1 indicates an error situation and no power to the respective port. 0 indicates no error and
power is available to the respective port.
The FiberLoop Modem is always monitoring the serial port for commands and the phone line for
ringing. If ringing occurs the FiberLoop Modem will go Off Hook to answer the call and to determine if
a FiberLoop unit is calling. If the caller is determined to be a FiberLoop Unit, the FiberLoop Modem will
connect to the FiberLoop unit and send the message ANSWER<CR> to the serial port and then go
into data mode.
FiberLoop Modem Specs.
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RS232 Configuration (RJ45)
RS232 Jack: RJ45
Proprietory Modem Signalling
Baud Rate of 300 bps
8 Bit No-Parity RS232 Data
Input
Power Input Connectors (2):
Mate-L-Lock (Amp)
Voltage Input: 6 Vdc to 9 Vdc
Current Consumption: Under
100 mAdc
Phone Jack: RJ11
Phone Line Input: 2 Wire POTS
Dimensions:
5.5” (14cm)L x 5.6” (14.2cm)W x 1.6” (4.1cm)H
Weight: 1 lbs (0.45 Kg)
1-NC
2-NC
3-RXD (RS232 - Input)
4-GRD
5-GRD
6-TXD (RS232-Output)
7-NC
8-NC
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