STD35 User Manual - CONRAD Produktinfo.

STD35 User Manual - CONRAD Produktinfo.
STD35
User Manual
Revision 2.0
Important information
This technical description contains important information to start up and use the STD35 device. Read it
carefully before you start working with the STD35.
The warranty will be void should damage occur to the device due to non-compliance with these
instructions. We cannot accept any responsibility for any loss resulting from this non-compliant use.
We cannot be held responsible for material loss or personal injury that is due to incompetent use or
non-compliance with the safety instructions. The warranty will be void in such circumstances.
The STD35 contains highly integrated components which can be damaged by electrostatic discharge if
the user would open the housing.
CEP preserves the right to change the included information without notice and doesn’t take
responsibility for errors in the document and/or missing information.
Therefore only touch the STD35 on the housing or connectors and avoid touching the
components on the board.
Safety Instructions
When using products which are exposed to electric voltage the valid VDE-regulations have
to be observed. Especially VDE 0100, VDE 0550/0551, VDE 0700, VDE 0711 and VDE 0860
are applicable.
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All wiring work has to be done in a voltage free state only
All cables and wires which are energized and connected to the device, the module, or components
have to be checked regularly for any damage to the isolation shielding or fractures in the cables. If
the supply cables are visibly damaged the device has to be taken out of operation immediately until
the faulty cable has been exchanged
Before putting a device into operation, it has to be clarified, whether this device or module is
appropriate for the field of application. In case of doubt ask a specialists or the manufacturer of the
device.
Please note that we are not responsible for any errors in usage or connection. Therefore we cannot
accept any responsibility for consequential loss.
Before opening the device always disconnect the mains adapter or make sure that the device is
disconnected from the power supply.
Components, modules or devices have to be built into a housing before they are put into operation.
During installation they should not be connected to any power supply .
You should only use tools on components, modules, or devices if they are disconnected from the
power supply, and residual electric charge (which may still be stored in some components inside the
device) has been discharged.
When using components or modules it is necessary to strictly observe the specification given in the
corresponding description of these components.
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If a description for a private end-customer does not clearly state which electric data is valid for a
component or a module, how to wire the device, which external components, or additional devices
can be connected or which parameters these components are allowed to have, a specialist must be
contacted.
Devices which operate with greater than 35 Volts have to be connected by a specialist.
Before putting the device into operation it should be checked that there is no current leakage on
the housing.
In case that measurements with the opened housing are necessary, an isolating-transformer has to
be integrated for safety reasons. Alternatively the voltage can be supplied by an appropriate power
supply which complies with the safety regulations. All wiring work has to be done in a voltage free
state only.
Table of Contents
Important information ...................................................................................................................................................... 2
Safety Instructions ............................................................................................................................................................ 2
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Introduction .............................................................................................................................................................. 6
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Background Information ........................................................................................................................................... 7
2.1
GSM-Network in general................................................................................................................................... 7
2.2
GPRS .................................................................................................................................................................. 7
2.3
Quadband Frequencies ..................................................................................................................................... 7
2.4
E-Mail via SMTP................................................................................................................................................. 7
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Operating Conditions ................................................................................................................................................ 8
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Application Areas ...................................................................................................................................................... 8
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Introduction .............................................................................................................................................................. 8
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Quick start up .......................................................................................................................................................... 10
6.1
General preparations ...................................................................................................................................... 10
6.2
Hardware preparations ................................................................................................................................... 11
6.3
Call-based Configuration ................................................................................................................................. 11
6.4
Quick Configuration Check.............................................................................................................................. 11
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SMS Commands ...................................................................................................................................................... 11
7.1
Table of SMS Commands ................................................................................................................................ 12
7.2
Using Variables ................................................................................................................................................ 15
7.3
Send SMS Commands ..................................................................................................................................... 16
7.4
Explanation of the commands ........................................................................................................................ 17
7.5
Examples of SMS Commands .......................................................................................................................... 18
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E-Mail functionality via GPRS .................................................................................................................................. 19
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Configuration of the E-Mail functionality ....................................................................................................... 19
Troubleshooting ...................................................................................................................................................... 20
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Accessories .......................................................................................................................................................... 20
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Technical data ..................................................................................................................................................... 21
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Document history ............................................................................................................................................... 22
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Overview of Tables
Table 1: Available Connectors........................................................................................................................................... 9
Table 2: Configuration Commands ................................................................................................................................. 12
Table 3: Inputs & Outputs commands ............................................................................................................................ 13
Table 4: CLIP commands ................................................................................................................................................. 14
Table 5: DATA commands ............................................................................................................................................... 15
Table 6: DOTA commands ............................................................................................................................................... 15
Table 7: Misc commands ................................................................................................................................................ 15
Table 8: Variable substitution ......................................................................................................................................... 16
Table 9: SMS Commands................................................................................................................................................. 18
Table 10: GPRS settings (to set up an Internet connection) ........................................................................................... 19
Table 11: Troubleshooting .............................................................................................................................................. 20
Table 12: STD35 Accessories ........................................................................................................................................... 20
Table 13: Document history ............................................................................................................................................ 22
Overview of Figures
Figure 1: Positioning of the connectors on the STD35 ..................................................................................................... 9
Figure 2: E-Mail functionality via GPRS ........................................................................................................................... 19
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Introduction
Thank you very much for purchasing our CEP STD35 telemetry device!
The STD35 offers the user the possibility to remotely switch ON or OFF electronic devices and to receive
alarm messages via (SMS). You can switch devices either with an SMS or using a simple voice call. Alarm
messages (SMS) can be received with any mobile phone supporting SMS functionality.
With the new generation of the STD35 you now also have the possibility to receive alarm messages via
E-Mail.
E-MailWe wish you success and joy in using your new STD35!
Concerning the user manual
This document is meant to help you use the various functions of the device in the most optimal way.
Therefore we ask you to please read this manual carefully.
If you are in a hurry and want to make yourself familiar with the details of the product later, then
please read chapter 6 “Quick Start-up” first.
There you will find all necessary information to put the device into operation.
The information in this document has been gathered after thorough inspection but they are not being
taken as assurance of end product properties.
The written approval of CEP AG is mandatory before you can pass on or reproduce this documentation
for this product or the software or use the content.
CEP reserves the right to change the data mentioned here without prior notice and does not take any
responsibility for technical inaccuracies and/or omissions. This manual has been thoroughly checked;
should you nevertheless find an error or want to express criticism or make suggestions, please send an
E-Mail to
E-Mail: [email protected]
Oberhaching, 12. January 2015
© 2015 CEP AG, Oberhaching, Germany
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Background Information
2.1
GSM-Network in general
The GSM Network (Global System for Mobile Communications) is a standard for all-digital mobile phone
networks.
Originally GSM has been designed for voice calls, the transmission of text messages (SMS) and the
transmission of data with a constant data speed. With the success of the InternetInternet, the GSM
network was expanded to offer packet oriented data transmission (e.g. via GPRS) while keeping all
other features and being fully backwards compatible.
2.2
GPRS
With GPRS you only have a virtually existing permanent connection to the other party. Only when you
really transmit data will the channel will be used, otherwise it is free for other users. This means that no
channel will be reserved permanently for a user (as it is with a GSM voice call).
If the device is booked into the GPRS network it will automatically be assigned an IP-Address and can
exchange data with any server accessible via the Internet,
Before you can use the GPRS-Interface the SIM-Card must be activated for GPRS. Please clarify, if
necessary, with your mobile network provider the availability of this functionality.
2.3
Quadband Frequencies
A “quad band” device can use four different frequencies which have been assigned to the GSM
standard, and therefore can be used with any GSM network in the world.
These four frequencies are 850 MHz and 1900 MHz (on the American continent) and 900 MHz and
1800 MHz, which are used in almost all other countries worldwide, including Europe and Asia.
2.4
E-Mail via SMTP
SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) is a method used to send E-Mails over the Internet. The STD35
establishes a connection to an SMTP server which will send the E-Mail to the given E-Mail address. The
STD35 comes preconfigured with an E-Mail service subscribed by CEP. Please note, however, that CEP
does not maintain own infrastructure for the E-Mail service. Changes in external services may take
place at any time and are beyond our control. For more information see chapter 8.
To be able to use this service you must have an E-Mail account with an E-Mail provider (e.g. AOL or
Yahoo) and the following settings have to be made which are different for every E-Mail provider.Name
of the SMTP Server (e.g. smtp, mailprovider.com or 192.168.234.12)
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User name to login to the SMTP Server
Password to login to the SMTP Server
The device comes pre-configured for use with the free CEP E-Mail server. If the user wishes to use thir
own E-Mail service it is important to note it must support plain text authentication and E-Mails with no
SSL-Encyption.
Please read chapter 8 E-Mail functionality via GPRS to see which settings have to be used on the STD35
in order to take advantage of this service.
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Operating Conditions
Operate the STD35 only with a supply voltage between 7-32V DC and have in mind the polarity! (see
picture1) Use a stabilized power supply with minimum 1A output current. (We recommend using only
the original CEP power supply). If you use a mains adapter for power supply it has to conform to the
VDE regulations.
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Loads connected to the device are not allowed to exceed 30 W per relay.
The maximum output voltage is 250 V AC for output 1 and 2 and 30V DC for outputs 3-5
The maximum switching current for output 1 and 2 is 5A and for outputs 3-5 it is 1A
When installing the device make sure that the supply cable has a sufficient diameter
During operation the temperature must be in the range -30° to +75° Celsius.
Protect the PCB of the device from humidity, spray water and heat.
In case of condensation allow a period of about 2 hours for acclimatisation.
Do not operate the device in areas where inflammable gas, vapours, or dust are or could be present.
Do not expose the device to heavy vibrations.
The unit may only be repaired by a specialist.
Only original parts have to be used when repairing the unit. The use of differing spare parts can
cause serious material loss or personal injury.
No special positioning is required to operate the device.
Application Areas
The device is designed for the remote switching of devices via the GSM network as well as the remote
retrieval of status information of the inputs and the generation of SMS messages or E-Mails after status
has changed at the inputs. A different utilization of the device other than the ones described here is not
allowed.
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Introduction
The STD35 is a telemetry module which is easy to install and simple to use. It can be configured using
any GSM mobile phone, SMS capable software, or the CEP STD35 configuration tool (sold separately).
With the STD35 you can control five relays and monitor the status of three digital and two analog inputs
with one or several standard mobile phones.
Apart from the STD35 you only need a valid SIM Card from any network provider (GSM850 / 900 / 1800
or 1900 MHz)
While using prepaid SIM-cards, always keep aware of the amount of remaining budget left on the card,
so that in case of alarms a message still can be transmitted.
Typical fields of application are:
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Opening (garage) doors
Switching on and off light and alarm devices as well as generating alarm messages (SMS or E-Mail)
Retrieval of information from door sensors, movement sensors or level sensors
etc.
You can for example open your garage door with a call or get a message (vian SMS or E-Mail) in case
your house alarm system gets triggered. E-Mail
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Figure 1: Positioning of the connectors on the STD35
Connectors
As described in Figure 1 the STD35 has 5 Green Screw terminals.
Outputs
(Blue)
Inputs
(Purple)
1
Output 1 a
1
Input 1 +
2
Output1 b
2
Input 2 +
3
Output 2 a
3
Input 3 +
4
Output 2 b
4
Input 1-5 GND
5
Output 3 a
5
Input 4 (AIN1) +
6
Output 4 a
6
Input 5 (AIN2) +
7
Output 5 a
8
Output 3/4/5 b
Table 1: Available Connectors
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The first two terminal blocks (highlighted in blue) are the output terminals. Here, electrical loads are
connected to the respective relay.
The third and fifth row of screw terminals (marked in purple) correspond to the Inputs. The inputs
are activated as soon as a voltage is applied within the specified range between the terminals of the
optocoupler.
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Pins 5 and 6 of the fifth row of terminals correspond to the the analogue inputs AIN 1 (Input 4) and
AIN2 (Input 5). They share a common ground with the Inputs 1-3 (Pin 4 terminal row three)
The voltage supply is applied on pin 1 (VIN +) and pin 2 (GND) of the fourth row of terminals
(marked in red).
The maximum cross-section of the cables to be screwed into the screw terminals is 0,08 mm² - 1.3
mm² (both single core and multistring).
The (FME-Female) connector ANT is used to connect the GSM antenna.
Please observe the maximum output voltage of the relays and the maximum input voltage of the
inputs! Please refer to chapter 3 Operating Conditions for more information.
LED Signals
The STD35 has several LEDs that indicate the current operating status.
If the module is logged into the GSM network, the yellow GSM LED will flash briefly about once every 2
seconds .
The green power LED lights up when the external power supply is applied to the device.
Button:
The button on the board is used for development purposes and can be ignored.
Please observe the maximum output current of the relays and the maximum input voltage of the
inputs! Please refer to chapter 8 operating conditions for more information!
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Quick start up
The following section provides step by step instructions to get the STD35 up-and-running without
extensive setup.
6.1
General preparations
You need an activated SIM card of a GSM network provider. The PIN of this card has to be set to “0000”
(4 times zero). As an alternative, you could use the PIN “2468”. To change the PIN you can use a regular
mobile phone. Please refer to your mobile phone manufacturer’s user manual for instructions on how
to change the PIN.
If you use a SIM card with a PIN different from “0000” or “2468” in the STD35, the STD35 will use a
“wrong” PIN. After the second attempt to power up the device your SIM card will be blocked. In this
case you need to use the “Super-PIN” or “PUK” to assign a new PIN to your card. Please look into the
user guide of your mobile phone. There you find how to use the PUK to de-block the SIM card.
It is also possible to use a SIM card without a configured PIN
In the following we refer to the “Master Mobile” as the mobile telephone which you want to use to
switch the outputs and to configure the STD35 via calls.
The “incognito” or “private call” function of the mobile must be deactivated in order to be able to
administer the STD35. In other words, the Master Mobile has to transmit the mobile phone number
with every call. Please refer to the user guide of your mobile telephone to change this setting.
To test the setting you can call a different mobile phone; there your phone number or name should be
displayed.
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6.2
Hardware preparations
Please insert the SIM card into the SIM card holder on the PCB prior to connecting the supply voltage
and switching on the STD35 . To open the SIM card holder move it sideways and flip it open; insert the
card (mind the proper orientation of the card) and close it again. Move the top sideways in the opposite
direction to lock the SIM card in place.
Now please connect the GSM antenna which is part of the delivery to the proper antenna connector on
the STD35 board.
After that connect the power supply using the appropriate screw terminal (see Figure 1).
Please always observe the proper polarity of the power supply (see Figure 1).
6.3
Call-based Configuration
After having connected the power supply and turning on the device, the green and red power LEDs will
blink alternately (system start). Shortly after that the GSM LED will be activated. Now the STD35 will
automatically attempt to connect to the GSM network. As soon as this is completed, the GSM LED will
flash once every 2 seconds.
As soon as the red and green system LEDs are toggling the STD35 is ready and waiting for configuration.
Now call with the Master Mobile the phone number of the SIM card which is inside the STD35. The
STD35 will accept the call and cancel it a few seconds later. During this call, a four digit DTMF sequence
is sent to the caller and you will hear them on your mobile phone.
With this call the STD35 is configured to the Master Mobile.
After a successful configuration it will automatically send an SMS with the text “START-UP-ALARM” to
the preconfigured telephone number as soon as the power supply is established again.
6.4
Quick Configuration Check
To check whether the configuration was successful you can now make the following quick configuration
check.
Take your Master Mobile and call the telephone number of the SIM-Card inside the STD35. This call
should be cancelled by the STD35 and the Relay 1 should switch for one second.
Now the basic configuration is done which means that all future events will be sent to the Master
Mobile and that Relay 1 can be switched from that mobile phone.
To use the additional functions of the STD35 please continue reading chapter 7 “SMS commands”
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SMS Commands
Special commands are used in order to configure the device, request information from it or trigger
certain actions. All the commands are designed to be easy to enter even when using a standard phone.
This chapter describes all the commands the device will understand and how to use them.
7.1
Table of SMS Commands
Configuration Commands
R:
reset default device settings
ST?
request device status SMS
S:
1 - enable startup SMS
0 - disable startup SMS
C2:
set phone number nr 2
C3:
set phone number nr 3
C4:
set phone number nr 4
C5:
set phone number nr 5
PN:
set different password (max 4)
E1:
set message text for INPUT 1 event (max 64)
E2:
set message text for INPUT 2 event (max 64)
E3:
set message text for INPUT 3 event (max 64)
E4:
set message text for INPUT 4 event (max 64)
E5:
set message text for INPUT 5 event (max 64)
PT:
set message text for POWER-UP event (max 64)
Table 2: Configuration Commands
Inputs & Outputs commands
O1ON
turn relay 1 on
O1OFF
turn relay 1 off
O2ON
turn relay 2 on
O2OFF
turn relay 2 off
O3ON
turn relay 3 on
O3OFF
turn relay 3 off
O4ON
turn relay 4 on
O4OFF
turn relay 4 off
O5ON
turn relay 5 on
O5OFF
turn relay 5 off
O1:xxxxx
defines time period for relay 1 action (in seconds) 0 = infinite
O2:xxxxx
defines time period for relay 2 action (in seconds) 0 = infinite
O3:xxxxx
defines time period for relay 3 action (in seconds) 0 = infinite
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Inputs & Outputs commands
O4:xxxxx
defines time period for relay 4 action (in seconds) 0 = infinite
O5:xxxxx
defines time period for relay 5 action (in seconds) 0 = infinite
A1:xxxxx
defines delay for relay 1 reply (in seconds) 0 = no message
A2:xxxxx
defines delay for relay 2 reply (in seconds) 0 = no message
A3:xxxxx
defines delay for relay 3 reply (in seconds) 0 = no message
A4:xxxxx
defines delay for relay 4 reply (in seconds) 0 = no message
A5:xxxxx
defines delay for relay 5 reply (in seconds) 0 = no message
I1:xxx
debounce time for input 1 (in seconds)
I2:xxx
debounce time for input 2 (in seconds)
I3:xxx
debounce time for input 3 (in seconds)
I4:xxx
debounce time for input 4 (in seconds)
I5:xxx
debounce time for input 5 (in seconds)
V1:x
1 - invert input 1
0 - normal input 1
V2:x
1 - invert input 2
0 - normal input 2
V3:x
1 - invert input 3
0 - normal input 3
V4:x
1 - invert input 4
0 - normal input 4
V5:x
1 - invert input 5
0 - normal input 5
A1L:
set analog input 4 low threshold (millivolts)
A1H:
set analog input 4 high threshold (millivolts)
A2L:
set analog input 5 low threshold (millivolts)
A2H:
set analog input 5 high threshold (millivolts)
BAT:
set low battery threshold (millivolts)
BCT:
set charger timeout - time in seconds before device goes to sleep when Vcc is
disconnected. default is 120; 0 = infinite
Table 3: Inputs & Outputs commands
CLIP commands
CL:
add clip list number, asterisk symbol (*) is also supported
CD:
remove clip list number
Table 4: CLIP commands
DATA commands
EMAIL:
1 - enable email feature
0 - disable email feature
default is enabled
SMTPIP:XXXXX defines SMTP server IPv4 address
example SMTPIP:"smtp.aol.com"
max length is 32
SMTPPORT:
defines SMTP server PORT
example SMTPPORT:2121
value must be a number, in range 0..
default is 25
APN:
defines GPRS APN (for emails)
example APN:Internet
max length is 32
default is Internet
APNUSR:
defines GPRS USERNAME (for emails)
example APNUSR:Patryk
max length is 32
default is empty
APNPWD:
defines GPRS PASSWORD (for emails)
example APNPWD:Patryk
max length is 32
default is empty
SMTPUSR:
defines smtp username (used for authentication - this is not APN username!)
example SMTPUSR:"p.szymczak"
max length is 64 (according to RFC0821, chapter 4.5.3. SIZES)
default is empty
SMTPPWD:
defines smtp password (used for authentication - this is not APN password!)
example SMTPPWD:"p.szymczak"
max length is 64 (according to RFC0821, chapter 4.5.3. SIZES)
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DATA commands
default is empty
FROM:
defines email sender
example FROM:"[email protected]"
max length is 25
default is empty
TO:
defines up to 5 email recipients (separated by ";"), each one max 25 characters
example TO:"[email protected]"
max length of field is 129 [(5*25+1)-1]
default is empty
BODY:
General content of the E-Mail which may contain substitutable variables
TESTMAIL
Dispatched to request a test email
Table 5: DATA commands
DOTA commands
DOTAAPN:Internet.DOTAAPNUSR:"".DOTAAPNPWD:"".DOTAREQ.
DOTAUSR:
set FTP username (max 16)
DOTAPWD:
set FTP password (max 16)
DOTASERVER:
set FTP server IPv4 or domain (max 64)
DOTAFILE:
set filename (max 64)
DOTAAPN:
set APN (max 24)
DOTAAPNUSR:
set APN username (max 12)
DOTAAPNPWD:
set APN password (max 12)
DOTAREQ:
trigger DOTA
Table 6: DOTA commands
For Information about software update with DOTA (Download Over The Air) please contact our
Support ( [email protected] )
Misc commands
VERSION ?
request current software version
Table 7: Misc commands
7.2
Using Variables
You can use text strings “variables” in order to display more information in event texts. When a variable
is included in an event text string, the variable is replaced by the value it is intended to represent in the
string that is sent to the user, either vian SMS or email.
The following table describes the available variables and the data they represent
Variable
Description
$CALID$
last incoming CLIP number
$CNT$
X/Y (where X is sent SMS counter and Y is sent
EMAIL counter)
$IN1$, $IN2$, $IN3$, $IN4$, $IN5$
current input value as a string (LOW or HIGH)
$OUT1$, $OUT2$, $OUT3$, $OUT4$,
$OUT5$
current relay value as a string (ON or OFF)
$IN1T$,
$IN5T$
$IN4T$,
current input value as a integer (0 or 1)
$OUT3T$,
current relay value as a integer (0 or 1)
$IN2T$,
$IN3T$,
$OUT1T$,
$OUT2T$,
$OUT4T$, $OUT5T$
$VBATM$
battery voltage in milivolts (integer)
$VBAT$
battery voltage in volts (float)
$VMAINSM$
mains voltage in milivolts (integer)
$VMAINS$
mains voltage in volts (float)
$VIN4M
input 4 voltage in milivolts (integer)
$VIN4$
input 4 voltage in volts (float)
$VIN5M$
input 5 voltage in milivolts (integer)
$VIN5$
input 5 voltage in volts (float)
Table 8: Variable substitution
Example: E1:battery=$VBAT$.: This will send a text message that returns to the configured number the
current battery voltage in the message.
7.3
Send SMS Commands
By sending an SMS to the STD35 you can switch the outputs or perform individual configurations.
Those SMS have the format which is described below:
In order to avoid unauthorized usage, every configuration command to the STD35 must start with a 4digit password.
The (standard) password for all devices is 9851.
If you change this, you must note that all commands – also reverting to factory settings – presuppose
knowledge of this password. If this is not known, resetting the password is only possible by using the
USB interface.
All commands (except R: and ST?) must end with a full stop “.”!
All commands can be sent in one SMS; each command has to be separated from the next by a full stop
(see examples).
If you need a full stop "." in a parameter as it is for example in an E-Mail address or in some APNsettings, the complete parameter has to be put into inverted commas (“...”) (e.g. "[email protected]"),
as otherwise the "." would be seen as the end of the command.
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Parameters for representing seconds (e.g. command “O1:xxxxx.”) can have 1-5 digits. Valid parameters
are e.g. 1 (for 1 second), 90 (for 90 seconds) or 99999 for (99999 seconds). No leading “zeros” have to
be added. Example: “O1:110” stands for 110 seconds.
Please observe the difference between the figure ‘0’ and the letter ‘O’!. (“O1ON.” Contains twice the
letter O; “V1:0.” contains once the figure 0)
7.4
Explanation of the commands
Switching outputs via SMS
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After the STD35 has received an SMS with the text “O1ON.” (Output 1 ON) from the configured
mobile phone, the relay 1 switches for one second. With the SMS “O2ON.” relay 2 switches for one
second.
To get feedback of the actual status of the inputs and outputs just send an SMS with “ST?”
Configuration-SMS (Attention: 4-digit keyword is required!)
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The SMS “R:” sets the STD35 back to the factory settings. Please note that this SMS can be sent from
any mobile phone as long as the 4-digit keyword is known. This ensures that the STD35 can still be
used even if the original Master Mobile (phone number) is no longer available.
You can activate or deactivate the Start-up SMS (START-UP ALARM) with the SMS “S:x.” (x = 1 or 0).
AN SMS with the text “O1:xxxxx.” or “O2:xxxxx.” (xxxxx = seconds) configures the switching time of
the relays. The STD35 saves these settings so that they are still available after the supply voltage has
been restored.
If the switching time has been set to 0 by a configuration SMS the corresponding relay switches
permanently at every call. If the relay has been active before it will afterwards be inactive and vice
versa.
In this case an SMS with the text “O1ON.” from the configured mobile phone switches the relay 1
permanently on. AN SMS with “O1OFF.” permanently switches off relay 1. Relay 2 reacts
accordingly to SMS messages with “O2ON.” and “O2OFF.”.
The SMS “A1:xxx.” or “A2:xxx.” (x = seconds) sets the delay after which a reply SMS is sent after an
output has been activated. This can be helpful if you want to switch something on or off and would
like to measure the result of this output control with one of the inputs of the STD35. Therefore the
new status after the switching of the output is transmitted. If parameter is set to “0” no message
will be sent.
With an SMS containing the text “I1:xxx.” or “I2:xxx.” (xxx = seconds) you can configure the time the
inputs have to be activated before the STD35 sends out an alarm SMS
AN SMS with the text “V1:x.” or “V2:x.” (x = 1 or 0) can change the polarity of the inputs. If x=1 an
alarm SMS will be sent in case the input is deactivated for the configured Time. The default value is
x=0 which means that the STD35 will send an event alarm in case the input has been activated
longer than the configured time.
Please note that the brackets “<“ and “>“in the following commands are not part of the commands but
are included in order to increase the readability of the overview!
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Four additional alarm numbers (mobile phones) can be defined using C2: - C5: commands. These
numbers are allowed to set relay 1 by a call and they are informed vian SMS in case of Start-up or
events. These numbers are not allowed to send configuration SMS messages unless they include the
password in the SMS.
If an alarm number is given in international format, the number must start with ‘+’. (e.g.
+491721234567)
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With the command “PN:<4digit password>.” the password can be changed. The password can
include letters and figures but special characters are not allowed. All letters have to be in capital.
The standard password (factory setting) is 9851.
The texts of the event or start-up SMS can be changed with the commands “E1:<text1>.”,
“E2:<text2>.”… and “PT:<startup text>.”. The message length must not exceed 64 characters. Do not
use command syntax inside a message text. The ‘.’ is the terminating character of the text. Each new
text must be sent in a separate SMS.
You can generate an extended clip list of 1000 clip numbers. The numbers stored in the clip list are
allowed to switch relay 1 with a phone call. Use “CL:” to generate the clip list and add further phone
numbers. With “CD:” you can delete a phone number from the list. Be aware that you cannot read
out the clip list (getting SMS messages) because it could by far exceed the size limitation of SMS
texts.
With the command “TOx:<text>.” (x = 1 to 10, see command list above) an email address for the
particular events is configured. 5 email Adresses can be configured, divided by <;>.
The maximum length of the particular email addresses is 25 signs.
With the command “SUBx:<text>.” (x=1 to 10, see command list above) the subject of the particular
emails is configured. The maximum number of sings for the subject is 128 signs. The predefined text
is: “STD35 Event x”.
The content of the Email is configured with “BODY:<text>.”. The maximum length is 143 signs.
The email sender address (of the STD35) is changed with “FROM:<text>.”. The maximum length is
25 signs.
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Please note that all commands listed in the section “Configuration SMS” require the 4-digit keyword at
the beginning.
7.5
Examples of SMS Commands
Start-up alarm off, relay 1 on, relay 2 off,
time of activation of input 1: 5 sec
9851
Switching time of relay 1 = 90 seconds
9851 O1:90.
Reset settings to factory settings
9851 R:
Configuration of the second alarm number
9851 C2:+491721234567.
Deleting a alarm number
9851 C2:"".
Configuration of a new password
9851 PN:AB12.
Adding a new clip to the extended clip list
9851 CL:+491721234567.
Removing the clip from the extended clip
list:
9851 CD:+491721234567.
S:0.O1ON.O2OFF.I1:5.
Table 9: SMS Commands
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E-Mail functionality via GPRS
Netzbetreiber z.B Vodafone
Internet
SMTP E-Mail Server z.B. AOL
IP
Port
Benutzername
Passwort
APN
Benutzername
Passwort
STD32
Figure 2: E-Mail functionality via GPRS
The STD35 offers you the possibility to get messages vian SMS and via E-Mail.
8.1
Configuration of the E-Mail functionality
Email functionality should work by default if the user has correctly configured the APN settings and the
receiver email address. SMTP settings are be default already configured using the CEP email server.
If you need a full stop "." in a parameter as it is for example in an E-Mail address, the complete
parameter has to be put into inverted commas (“...”) (e.g. "[email protected]"), as otherwise the "."
would be seen as the end of the command.
GPRS settings
(to set up an Internet connection)
Name of the APN (Access Point Name)
APN:<text>.
User name for APN
APNUSR:<text>.
Password for APN
APNPWD:<text>.
Table 10: GPRS settings (to set up an Internet connection)
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With the commands “APN:<text>.”, “APNUSR:<text>.” and “APNPWD:<text>.” you make the basic
settings to build up a GPRS (Internet) connection. You need to get the necessary data from your
GSM network provider.
In most cases it is not necessary to configure any of the SMTP settings as the device
come preconfigured for the e-mail server subscribed by CEP, which is a free service for
STD35 users. If the user wishes to use another server it must support plain text
authentication. CEP does not maintain a list of mail providers the support plain text
authentication, this information must come the provider of the mail server.
As noted in Section 2.4 E-Mail via SMTP CEP does not maintain own infrastructure for
the E-Mail service. Changes in external services may take place at any time and are
beyond our control.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Reason
Solution
GSM LED stays dark
GSM LED blinks twice cyclically
No supply voltageNo SIM card / Improper contact
with SIM card
Connect power supply
Insert SIM card properly or
carefully clean contact area
of SIM card
GSM LED blinks thrice cyclically
PIN is not “0000” or “2468”
GSM LED constantly on
No GSM network available / no
antenna connected
Change SIM card’s PIN to
“0000” or “2468”
Connect antenna /
Change antenna position
GSM LED dies after 3 minutes
No configuration
Make configuration call
STD35 does not react on
configuration call (not accepting
the call)
STD35 does not react to an
SMS, or call, although booked to
the network
Device is already configured
Set back to factory settings
The mobile phone does not
transmit the phone number
(“Incognito”)
Activate the transmission of
the phone number in your
mobile phone
System LEDs toggle
No configuration call received by
STD35
Table 11: Troubleshooting
Make configuration call
10 Accessories
CEP GmbH offers accessory parts for the STD35 which have been thoroughly tested to work and
approved for use with the STD35. Therefore we strongly recommend using only CEP AG accessory parts.
The warranty will be void if you use other than the original CEP accessory parts.
Please contact your supplier or CEP GmbH regarding the original accessory parts. The recommended
accessory parts mainly consist of the following:
GSM – magnetic antenna
-Part-Number 12001
FME – female connector and 2,5m
cable
GSM – roof mount antenna
-Part – Number 12006
FME – female connector,
3m cable, waterproof
Table 12: STD35 Accessories
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11 Technical data
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GSM: Quad Band EGSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
Compatible with ETSI GSM Phase 2+ Standard
Output power:
Class 4 (2W @ 850/900 MHz)
Class 1 (1W @ 1800/1900 MHz)
Temperature range: -30°C - +75°C
Weight approx. 220 grams
Dimensions: 150x65x45 mm (l x w x h)
Supply voltage: 7-32V
Idle current:34mA, peak up to 1A
Max. output current Output 1&2: 5A
Max. output voltage Output 1&2: 30V DC; 250V AC
Max. output current Output 3&4 and 5: 30V DC
Max. output voltage Output 3&4 and 5: 30V DC
Input voltage (digital inputs)
logic 1 (threshold >7V): max 30V
logic 0 (threshold <1,5V): min 0V
Input voltage (analog inputs)
Max (30V)
Min (0V)
In case of technical problems or questions concerning the STD35, please get in contact with your STD35
reseller.
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Monday- Friday:
Technical Hotline:
E-Mail Support:
9 am – 12 am and 1pm – 5 pm
+49 (0) 89/ 45 02 92 – 11
[email protected]
For all other questions please call:
Sales: +49 (0) 89 / 450292-0
12 Document history
Revision
Datum
Changes
Rev. 1.0
16th Dec 2010
Original file
Rev.1.1
14th Jan 2011
Update
Rev 1.2
23rd Jan 2011
Added Configuration Tool
Rev 1.3
6th June 2011
Minor Corrections
Rev 1.4
9th June 2011
Corrected relay voltage mistake
Rev 1.5
10th December 2013
Change from Telic to CEP,
Complete Update
Rev. 2.0
15th Jan 2015
Content adapted to new hardware
Table 13: Document history
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