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Cellular router
SPECTRE v3 LTE
USER’S MANUAL
USED SYMBOLS
Used Symbols
Danger – important notice, which may have an influence on the user’s safety or the function
of the device.
Attention – notice on possible problems, which can arise in specific cases.
Information, notice – information, which contains useful advice or special interest.
GPL License
Source codes under GPL license are available free of charge by sending an email to:
[email protected]
Conel s.r.o., Sokolska 71, 562 04 Usti nad Orlici, Czech Republic
Manual Rev. 1 issued in CZ, December 1, 2014
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CONTENTS
Contents
1 Safety Instruction
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2 Product Disposal Instructions
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3 Router Description
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3.1 Usage of the Router . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4 Contents of Package
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5 Router Design
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Router versions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Delivery identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ordering codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Basic dimensions of router box . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mechanical dimensions and mounting recommendations
Removing from the DIN rail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Description of the rear panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Description of the front panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.8.1 Status indication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.8.2 Power connector PWR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.8.3 Antenna connector ANT, DIV, GPS and WIFI . .
5.8.4 SIM card reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.8.5 MicroSD card reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.8.6 Ethernet Port (ETH0 and ETH1) . . . . . . . . .
5.8.7 USB Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.8.8 I/O Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.8.9 Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9 Interfaces description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.1 RS232 interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.2 RS232-RS485/422 interface . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.3 SWITCH interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.1 Connecting the router before first use .
6.2 Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.3 Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.3.1 Configuration over web browser .
7 Technical Parameters
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Technical parameters of router .
Technical parameters of module
Technical parameters of GPS . .
Technical parameters I/O port . .
Other technical parameters . . .
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8 Recommended Literature
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9 Troubleshooting
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11 Customers Support
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LIST OF FIGURES
List of Figures
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Access to the Internet from LAN . . . . .
Backed up access to the Internet . . . . .
Using VPN tunnel . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Serial Gateway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Contents of package . . . . . . . . . . . .
Basic version . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Version with SWITCH interface . . . . . .
Basic version with WiFi . . . . . . . . . .
Version with SWITCH interface and WiFi .
Version with RS485/232 interface . . . . .
Version with RS232 interface . . . . . . .
Version with RS485/232 and WiFi . . . . .
Label example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Basic dimensions of router box . . . . . .
Default position of DIN holder . . . . . . .
Removing from the DIN rail . . . . . . . .
SPECTRE v3 LTE front panel . . . . . . .
Power connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connection of power supply . . . . . . . .
External antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting of the antenna . . . . . . . . .
SIM cards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SD card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ethernet connector . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connection of ethernet cable . . . . . . .
USB connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
I/O connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Binary inputs connection . . . . . . . . . .
Binary output connection . . . . . . . . .
Router reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Version with RS232 interface . . . . . . .
RS232 connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Meter connection to router . . . . . . . . .
Version with RS232-RS485/422 interface
RS232 connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RS485/422 connector . . . . . . . . . . .
Connection of jumpers . . . . . . . . . . .
Version with SWITCH board . . . . . . . .
Router connection . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Entering the IP address of the router . . .
Entering login information . . . . . . . . .
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Router web interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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LIST OF TABLES
List of Tables
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Router versions . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Delivery identification . . . . . . . . . .
Ordering codes overview . . . . . . . .
Type of router box . . . . . . . . . . . .
Type of power supply . . . . . . . . . . .
Examples of order code . . . . . . . . .
Front panel description . . . . . . . . . .
Status indication . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connection of power connector . . . . .
Technical specifications of microSD card
Connection of Ethernet connector . . . .
Connection of USB connector . . . . . .
Connection of I/O port . . . . . . . . . .
Characteristics of inputs . . . . . . . . .
Description of reset and restart router .
Connection of RS232 connector . . . .
State indication of RS232 port . . . . . .
Technical specifications of RS232 port .
Connection of RS232 connector . . . .
Connection of RS485 connector . . . .
Connection of RS422 connector . . . .
Technical parameters of router . . . . .
Technical parameters of module . . . .
Technical parameters of GPS . . . . . .
Characteristics of inputs . . . . . . . . .
Other technical parameters . . . . . . .
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1. SAFETY INSTRUCTION
1. Safety Instruction
Please, observe the following instructions:
• The router must be used in compliance with all applicable international and national laws
and in compliance with any special restrictions regulating the utilization of the router in
prescribed applications and environments.
• To prevent possible injury to health and damage to appliances and to ensure that all
the relevant provisions have been complied with, use only the original accessories.
Unauthorised modifications or utilization of accessories that have not been approved
may result in damage to the router and in a breach of applicable regulations. Unauthorized modifications or utilization of accessories that have not been approved may result
in the termination of the validity of the guarantee.
• The router can not be opened.
• Before handling of the SIM card turn off the router and disconnect it from power supply.
• Caution! The SIM card could be swallowed by small children.
• It must not be exceeded by the maximum voltage 60 V DC power connector on the router.
• Do not expose the router to extreme ambient conditions. Protect the router against dust,
moisture and high temperature.
• The router should not be used at petrol stations of flammable and explosive materials.
We remind the users of the duty to observe the restrictions concerning the utilization
of radio devices at petrol stations, in chemical plants, or in the course of blasting works
in which explosives are used.
• Switch off the router when travelling by plane. Utilization of the router in a plane may
endanger the operation of the plane or interfere with the mobile telephone network, and
may be unlawful. Failure to observe these instructions may result in the suspension
or cancellation of telephone services for the respective client, or, it may result in legal
sanctions; it may also result in both eventualities.
• When using the router in the close proximity of personal medical devices, such as cardiac
pacemakers or hearing aids, you must proceed with heightened caution.
• If it is in the proximity of TV sets, radio receivers and personal computers, the telephone
may cause interference.
• It is recommended that you should create an appropriate copy or backup of all the important settings that are stored in the memory of the device.
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2. PRODUCT DISPOSAL INSTRUCTIONS
2. Product Disposal Instructions
The WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment: 2002/96/EC) directive has been
introduced to ensure that electrical/electronic products are recycled using the best available
recovery techniques to minimize the impact on the environment. This product contains high
quality materials and components which can be recycled. At the end of it’s life this product
MUST NOT be mixed with other commercial waste for disposal. Check the terms and conditions of your supplier for disposal information.
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3. ROUTER DESCRIPTION
3. Router Description
Cellular router SPECTRE v3 LTE is designed for wireless communication in mobile networks that make use of LTE, HSPA+, UMTS, EDGE or GPRS technology. Due to the high
speed of data transfer up to 100 Mbit/s (download) and up to 50 Mbit/s (upload) is this router
an ideal solution for wireless connection of traffic and security camera systems, individual
computers, LAN networks, automatic teller machines (ATM) and other self-service terminals.
As a standard, cellular router is equipped with two Ethernet 10/100, one USB 2.0 Host
port, two binary inputs and one output (I/O connector). The device also has two readers for 3
V and 1.8 V SIM cards, which are placed on the rear panel of the router. An integral part of
the router is also a memory card reader. This reader allows SPECTRE v3 LTE to operate with
microSD cards and increase storage space of the router up to 64 GB (32 GB in case of SDHC
cards). The router can be equipped with WiFi module on customer’s request, however it is not
possible to add it to the router at some time in the future. Richer range of interfaces is available in versions containing one of these ports: SWITCH, RS232 or RS485/RS232. These are
three switched Ethernets, serial interface RS232 and combination of serial interface RS485
and RS232. SPECTRE v3 LTE is supplied either in a plastic or metal casing, based on the
requirements of the customer.
For configuration of the cellular router is available web interface protected by password.
Web interface provides (after logging in) detailed statistics about the router activities, signal
strength, detailed system log etc. This device supports the creation of VPN tunnels using technologies IPSec, OpenVPN and L2TP for secure communications. There are also supported
functions such as DHCP, NAT, NAT-T, DynDNS, NTP, VRRP, control by SMS, backup primary
connection and many other functions.
Other diagnostic functions ensuring continuous communication include automatic inspection of PPP connection offering an automatic restart feature – in case of connection losses, or
hardware watchdog which monitors the status of the router. With the help of a special window
(start up script window) you may insert Linux scripts for various actions. For some applications the key option to create several different configurations for one LTE wireless router and
the option to switch between them (for example via SMS, binary input status, etc.) is essential. Cellular wireless routers SPECTRE v3 LTE may automatically upgrade configuration and
firmware from server. This allows mass reconfiguration of many routers in one time.
For further facilitating of workikg with routers can be used any additional software, e.g.
R-SeeNet for permanent traffic monitoring of routers.
Examples of possible applications
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mobile office
fleet management
security system
telematic
telemetric
remote monitoring
vending and dispatcher machines
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3. ROUTER DESCRIPTION
3.1
Usage of the Router
The router is primarily intended for these four basic situations:
I. Access to the Internet from LAN
Figure 1: Access to the Internet from LAN
II. Backed up access to the Internet (from LAN)
Figure 2: Backed up access to the Internet
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III. Secure networks interconnection or using VPN
Figure 3: Using VPN tunnel
IV. Serial Gateway
Figure 4: Serial Gateway
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4. CONTENTS OF PACKAGE
4. Contents of Package
Basic delivered set of router includes:
• router,
• power supply,
• crossover UTP cable,
• up to three external antennas,
• loose power and I/O connector (+8 pins1 ),
• clip for the DIN rail,
• paper start guide.
Figure 5: Contents of package
1
These pins are designed for cables with a diameter from 0.2 to 0.8 mm2
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5. ROUTER DESIGN
5. Router Design
5.1
Router versions
SPECTRE v3 LTE router is supplied in the following versions (see table below). All versions
are available in plastic or metal box according to customer requirements.
Router versions
SIM
BIN
BOUT
USB
SD
ETH
Basic version
2x
2x
1x
1x
1x
2x
Basic version with WiFi
2x
2x
1x
1x
1x
2x
Version with SWITCH board
2x
2x
1x
1x
1x
5x
Version with SWITCH board & WiFi
2x
2x
1x
1x
1x
5x
Version with RS232 board
2x
2x
1x
1x
1x
2x
Version with RS485/232 board
2x
2x
1x
1x
1x
2x
Version with RS232/485 & WiFi
2x
2x
1x
1x
1x
2x
WiFi
232
485
1x
1x
1x
1x
1x
1x
1x
1x
Table 1: Router versions
Figure 6: Basic version
Figure 8: Basic version with WiFi
Figure 7: Version with SWITCH interface
Figure 9: Version with SWITCH interface and WiFi
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Figure 12: Version with RS485/232 and WiFi
Figure 10: Version with RS485/232 interface
Figure 11: Version with RS232 interface
5.2
Delivery identification
Trade name
Type name
Other
SPECTRE v3 LTE
SPECTRE-v3-LTE
Router in a plastic or metal box
Table 2: Delivery identification
Figure 13: Label example
5.3
Ordering codes
Ordering codes overview is shown in the table below.
Name
Order code
Features – interfaces
SPECTRE v3 LTE set
∗
SR303000xy
LTE module PLS8, 2x ETH, 1x USB, 2x BI, 1x BO,
1x microSD reader, 2x SIM reader
SPECTRE v3 LTE set
SR303100xy∗
LTE module PLS8, 2x ETH, 1x USB, 2x BI, 1x BO,
1x microSD reader, 2x SIM reader, WiFi
Continued on next page
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Continued from previous page
Name
Order code
Features – interfaces
SPECTRE v3 LTE set
SR303001xy∗
LTE module PLS8, 5x ETH, 1x USB, 2x BI, 1x BO,
1x microSD reader, 2x SIM reader
SPECTRE v3 LTE set
SR303101xy∗
LTE module PLS8, 5x ETH, 1x USB, 2x BI, 1x BO,
1x microSD reader, 2x SIM reader, WiFi
SPECTRE v3 LTE set
SR303002xy∗
LTE module PLS8, 2x ETH, 1x USB, 2x BI, 1x BO,
1x microSD reader, 2x SIM reader, RS232
SPECTRE v3 LTE set
SR303003xy∗
LTE module PLS8, 2x ETH, 1x USB, 2x BI, 1x BO,
1x microSD reader, 2x SIM reader, RS232, RS485
Table 3: Ordering codes overview
∗
The user replaces letters "x" and "y" with one of the following values:
Letter x – type of router box
Type of box
Number in code
Plastic
1
Metal
2
Table 4: Type of router box
Letter y – type of connector on the power supply
Type of power supply
Number in code
Europe
1
UK & Ireland
2
Australia
3
Table 5: Type of power supply
Examples of complete order code:
Order code
Features – interfaces
Box
Power supply
SR30300011
LTE module PLS8, 2x ETH, 1x USB, 2x BI, 1x BO,
1x microSD reader, 2x SIM reader
plastic
Europe
SR30300122
LTE module PLS8, 5x ETH, 1x USB, 2x BI, 1x BO,
1x microSD reader, 2x SIM reader
metal
UK & Ireland
SR30310113
LTE module PLS8, 5x ETH, 1x USB, 2x BI, 1x BO,
1x microSD reader, 2x SIM reader, WiFi
plastic
Australia
Table 6: Examples of order code
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5.4
Basic dimensions of router box
Figure 14: Basic dimensions of router box
5.5
Mechanical dimensions and mounting recommendations
Mounting recommendations:
• possibility to be put on a work surface,
• DIN rail with clips CPD3 (or CKD3 for metal version) are included.
For the most of applications with a built-in router in a switch board it is possible to recognize two
kinds of environments:
• no public and industry environment of low voltage with high interference,
• public environment of low voltage without high interference.
For both of these environments it is possible to mount router to a switch board, the following there
is no need to have examination immunity or issues in connection with EMC according to EN 60439-1
ed.2:00 + A1:04.
For compliance of EN 60439-1 ed.2:00 + A1:04 specification it is necessary to observe next assembly of the router to the switch – board:
• For whip antennas we recommend to observe a distance of 6 cm from cables and metal surfaces
on every side due to the elimination of interference. While using an external antenna except for
the switch-board it is necessary to fit a lightening conductor.
• Before mounting a router on sheet-steel we recommend using a "cable" antenna.
• For every cables we recommend to bind the bunch, we recommend for this use:
– Length of the bunch (combination of power supply and data cables) can be maximum
1.5 m. If the length of data cables exceeds 1.5 m or in the event of, the cable leads towards
the switch – board. We recommend installing over – voltage protectors (surge suppressors).
– With data cables they mustn’t carry cables with reticular tension ∼ 230 V/50 Hz.
• Sufficient space must be left before individual connectors for handling of cables,
• For correct function of the router we recommend to use in the switch-board earth-bonding distribution frame for grounding of power supply of router, data cables and antenna.
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5.6
Removing from the DIN rail
Default position of CPD3 holder (or CKD3 holder for metal version), which is used for mounting the
router on a DIN rail, is shown in the following figure:
Figure 15: Default position of DIN holder
For removing from the DIN rail it is necessary to lightly push upward the router so that the top part
of the CPD3 holder (or CKD3 for metal version) hitched to the DIN rail get out of this rail and then fold
out the top part of the router away from the DIN rail.
Figure 16: Removing from the DIN rail
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5.7
Description of the rear panel
The rear panel contains only two holders for SIM card (SIM1 and SIM2), holder for SD card (SD)
and RST button used to restore default configuration and reboot the router.
5.8
Description of the front panel
On the front panel is the following:
Caption
Connector
Description
PWR
2-pin
Connector for the power supply adapter
ETH0
RJ45
Connector for connection into the local computer network
ETH1
RJ45
Connector for connection into the local computer network
ANT
SMA
Connector for main antenna
DIV
SMA
Connector for diversity antenna
GPS
SMA
Connector for GPS antenna
WiFi
R-SMA
Connector for WIFI antenna (only for versions with WiFi
module!)
USB
USB-A 2.0
Host
Connector for connection of USB devices to the router. Supports devices with PL-2303 and FTDI USB/RS232 converters.
I/O
6-pin
Connector for connection of the binary input and output.
Table 7: Front panel description
Figure 17: SPECTRE v3 LTE front panel
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5.8.1
Status indication
About router status inform nine LED indicators on the front panel. Each ETH port has two additional
LEDs that provide information about port status.
Caption
Color
State
Description
PWR
Green
Blinking
On
Fast blinking
Router is ready
Starting of the router
Updating firmware
USR
Yellow
—
Function of this LED diode can be selected by user
POE
Yellow
Green
—
—
SIM
Yellow
Green
On (Yellow color)
On (Green color)
The first SIM card is active
The second SIM card is active
WAN
Yellow
1x flash per sec.
2x flash per sec.
Signal strength is from –50 dBm to –69 dBm
Signal strength is from –70 dBm to –89 dBm or difference between neighbours cells is exactly 3 dBm
Signal strength is from –90 dBm to –113 dBm or difference between neighbours cells is smaller than 3 dBm
3x flash per sec.
DAT
Red
Blinking
Communication in progress on radio channel
IN0
Green
On
Binary input no. 0 is active
IN1
Green
On
Binary input no. 1 is active
OUT
Yellow
On
Binary output is active
ETH0
ETH1
Green
On
Off
Selected 100 Mbit/s
Selected 10 Mbit/s
ETH0
ETH1
Yellow
On
Blinking
Off
The network cable is connected
Data transmission
The network cable is not connected
Table 8: Status indication
State indication of WAN LED is updated every 10 seconds.
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5.8.2
Power connector PWR
Panel socket 2-pin.
Pin number
Signal mark
Description
1
GND(-)
Negative pole of DC supply voltage
2
VCC(+)
Positive pole of DC supply voltage (+10 to +60 V DC)
Table 9: Connection of power connector
Figure 18: Power connector
Power supply for router is required between +10 V to +60 V DC supply. Protection against reversed
polarity without signaling is built into the router.
SPECTRE v3 LTE can be put into low power mode using a special command. Router can be
awakened for example by an activity on binary input.
Circuit example:
Figure 19: Connection of power supply
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5.8.3
Antenna connector ANT, DIV, GPS and WIFI
Main, diversity and GPS antennas are connected to the router using the SMA connector on the
front panel. There is also available R-SMA antenna connector through which the additional antenna
can be connected, if the router is equipped with WiFi module.
ANT connector is used to connect the main antenna router. To connect the diversity antenna
is used the second antenna connector DIV. The third connector (GPS) is intended for GPS antenna
(router supports active GPS antenna). R-SMA connector named WiFi is designed for connection of
WiFi antenna (available only for versions with WiFi module).
The router can not operate without connected main antenna marked as ANT!
Example of antenna:
Figure 20: External antenna
For connection the antenna is used SMA connector. The antenna is connected by screwing this antenna to the SMA connector on the front panel of the router (see figure below).
Figure 21: Connecting of the antenna
Diversity antenna improves radio features of the router at low signal strength.
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5.8.4
SIM card reader
Two SIM card readers for 3 V and 1.8 V SIM card are placed on the rear panel of the router. For
getting the router to work is necessary to insert an activated SIM card with an unblocked PIN code.
The SIM cards might be of different adjusted APN (Access Point Name).
Changing the SIM card:
• Before handling of the SIM card disconnect the router from power supply!
• Use a plastic opening tool, or your fingernail, to press the SIM card slightly deeper into its slot
until you hear a click.
• After the click, release the card and it will pop out of its slot.
• Remove the SIM card and push any other SIM card into the slot until it clicks in place.
Figure 22: SIM cards
5.8.5
MicroSD card reader
The microSD card reader is placed on the rear panel of the router (the third slot). This card reader
allows the router to operate with memory cards microSD. Technical specifications are stated in the table
below.
Technical specifications of microSD card
Supported technologies
Supported capacity
SDHC, SDXC
SDHC
SDXC
up to 32 GB
from 32 GB to 64 GB
Table 10: Technical specifications of microSD card
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Changing the microSD card:
• Use the flat end of a spudger, or your fingernail, to press the microSD card slightly deeper into
its slot until you hear a click.
• After the click, release the card and it will pop out of its slot.
• Remove the microSD card and push any other microSD card into the slot until it clicks in place.
Figure 23: SD card
5.8.6
Ethernet Port (ETH0 and ETH1)
Panel socket RJ45.
Pin
Signal mark
Description
Data flow direction
1
TXD+
Transmit Data – positive pole
Input/Output
2
TXD-
Transmit Data – negative pole
Input/Output
3
RXD+
Receive Data – positive pole
Input/Output
4
DC+
POE power + (if POE is equipped)
5
DC+
POE power + (if POE is equipped)
6
RXD-
Receive Data – negative pole
7
DC-
POE power - (if POE is equipped)
8
DC-
POE power - (if POE is equipped)
Input/Output
Table 11: Connection of Ethernet connector
Figure 24: Ethernet connector
Ethernet cable plug into the RJ45 connector labeled as ETH0 or ETH1 (see figure below).
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Figure 25: Connection of ethernet cable
The insulation strength is up to 1.5 kV.
5.8.7
USB Port
Panel socket USB-A.
Pin
Signal mark
Description
Data flow direction
1
+5 V
Positive pole of 5 V DC supply voltage
2
USB data -
USB data signal – negative pole
Input/Output
3
USB data +
USB data signal – positive pole
Input/Output
4
GND
Negative pole of DC supply voltage
Table 12: Connection of USB connector
Figure 26: USB connector
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5.8.8
I/O Port
Panel socket 6-pin.
Pin
Signal mark
Description
1
IN0
Binary input 0
2
IN0
Binary input 0
3
IN1
Binary input 1
4
IN1
Binary input 1
5
OUT
Binary output
6
OUT
Binary output
Table 13: Connection of I/O port
Figure 27: I/O connector
I/O user Interface is designed for processing of binary input and control (setting) binary output. Binary output is open in the default configuration. Insulation strength is 1.5 kV. The pins are isolated from
each other with the same strength.
The input circuits are bipolar and allow connection as needed with common plus or minus (according to connection of an external voltage).
Binary inputs
• Characteristics of inputs:
logical 0 / 1
Voltage
Current
log. 0 max
3V
0.4 mA
log. 1 min
5V
0.7 mA
log. 1 type
12 V
2 mA
log. 1 max
60 V
7 mA
Table 14: Characteristics of inputs
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• Binary inputs connection with example:
Figure 28: Binary inputs connection
Binary output
• Binary output parameters:
– 60 V AC / 300 mA
– 60 V DC / 300 mA
• Current of binary output is limited by a resettable fuse (300 mA).
• Binary output connection with example:
Figure 29: Binary output connection
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5.8.9
Reset
When PWR LED starts flashing on the front panel, it is possible to restore the default configuration
of the router by pressing the RST button on the rear panel. After pressing this button the default
configuration is restored and then router reboots (green LED will be on).
For pressing the RST button could be used a narrow screwdriver.
Figure 30: Router reset
We recommend backing up configuration of the router (see Configuration manual) because reset
of the router sets the configuration to the default state.
It is important to distinguish between reset and reboot the router.
Action
Router behavior
Invoking events
Reboot
Turn off and then turn on router
Disconnect and connect the power,
Press the Reboot button in the web
configuration
Reset
Restore default configuration and reboot
the router
Press RST button
Table 15: Description of reset and restart router
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5.9
Interfaces description
Besides the basic version of SPECTRE v3 router there are available versions with one of the
following interfaces:
• RS232 interface
• RS232-RS485/422 interface
• SWITCH interface
5.9.1
RS232 interface
This interface is physically connected on RJ45 connector. RS232 converter is protected against
overload the bus.
Figure 31: Version with RS232 interface
Connection of connector:
Pin
Signal
Description
Direction
1
RTS
Request To Send
Input
2
CTS
Clear To Send
Output
3
DTR
Data Terminal Ready
Input
4
DSR
Data Set Ready – connect to +3 V through
R 330 Ohm
Output
5
GND
Signal ground
6
TXD
Transmit Data
Output
7
CD
Carrier Detect
Output
8
RXD
Receive Data
Input
Table 16: Connection of RS232 connector
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Figure 32: RS232 connector
Example of a meter connection to router:
Figure 33: Meter connection to router
State indication of RS232 port:
Description of indication
Green LED
Indicates Receive data
Yellow LED
Indicates Transmit data
Table 17: State indication of RS232 port
Technical specifications:
RS232 interface
Power supply
Internal
+3,3 V
Environment
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
-40 ◦ C to +75 ◦ C
-40 ◦ C to +85 ◦ C
Standards
Emission
Immunity
Safety
Isolation
EN 55022/B
ETS 300 342
EN 60950
EN 60747
RS232 specifications
(EN 1434)
Max. operating bus current
Max. data rate
Max. overvoltage
Max. total cable length
(300 Bd, 200 nF/km)
15 mA
230400 bps
±30 V
20 m
Table 18: Technical specifications of RS232 port
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5.9.2
RS232-RS485/422 interface
These interfaces are physically connected on five-pin and four-pin terminal block connectors. The
insulation strength is up to 2.5 kV. Attention, connectors are not isolated from each other!
Figure 34: Version with RS232-RS485/422 interface
Connection of RS232 connector:
Pin
Signal
Description
Direction
1
CTS
Clear To Send
Output
2
RTS
Request To Send
Input
zem∗
3
GND
Signálová
—
4
RXD
Receive Data
Input
5
TXD
Transmit Data
Output
Table 19: Connection of RS232 connector
∗
Both connectors (RS232 and RS485/422) have common ground.
Figure 35: RS232 connector
Connection of RS485 connector:
Pin
Signal
Description
Direction
1
TxRx-
RS485 B (-)
Input/Output
2
TxRx+
RS485 A (+)
Input/Output
3
TxRx-
RS485 B (-)
Input/Output
4
TxRx+
RS485 A (+)
Input/Output
Table 20: Connection of RS485 connector
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Connection of RS422 connector:
Pin
Signal
Description
Direction
1
RxD-
Receive data (-)
Output
2
RxD+
Receive data (+)
Output
3
TxD-
Transmit data (-)
Input
4
TxD+
Transmit data (+)
Input
Table 21: Connection of RS422 connector
Figure 36: RS485/422 connector
Selection of RS485 or RS422 can be performed using jumpers on the board. Positions where
jumpers have to be mounted are shown on the port (see figure below). Three jumpers for RS485
interface or one jumper for RS422 interface are required.
Figure 37: Connection of jumpers
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5.9.3
SWITCH interface
Three LAN ports of SWITCH interface intended for v3 routers (RJ-45 connectors for connecting
ethernet devices) act as it is a typical switch device. This means that the router with internal switch
desk reads ethernet frames (a data packets on an ethernet link) from any port and transmits them on
other ports of the switch board. Each port on the switch can transmit frames independently on every
other port.
Figure 38: Version with SWITCH board
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6. FIRST USE
6. First Use
6.1
Connecting the router before first use
Before putting the router into operation it is necessary to connect all components which are required
to run your applications. Don’t forget to insert SIM card.
The router can not operate without connected antenna, SIM card and power supply. If the antenna
is not connected, router can be demaged.
Figure 39: Router connection
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6.2
Start
The router is put into operation when the power supply is connected to this router. By default, the
router will automatically start to log on to the default APN. DHCP server will start to assign addresses
for devices on the Ethernet port ETH0. Router behavior can be changed via the web interface. This is
described in detail in the Configuration manual.
6.3
Configuration
Attention! If the SIM card is not inserted in the router, it is impossible to operate. Inserted SIM
card must have activated data transmission.
6.3.1
Configuration over web browser
For status monitoring, configuration and administration of the router is available a web interface
which can be accessed by entering the IP address of the router into the web browser. The default IP
address of the router is 192.168.1.1. Attention, it is necessary to use HTTPS protocol for secure
communication over a network!
Figure 40: Entering the IP address of the router
Configuration may be performed only by the user "root" with default password "root".
Figure 41: Entering login information
After successfully entering login information user gains access to the router via his internet browser.
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Figure 42: Router web interface
A detailed description of the router settings via the Web interface can be found in the document Configuration manual for v3 routers.
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7. TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
7. Technical Parameters
7.1
Technical parameters of router
SPECTRE v3 LTE
Complies with standards
EN 301 511, v9.0.2,
EN 301 908-1 & -2: v3.2.1,
ETSI EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1,
EN 60950-1:06 ed.2 + A11:09 + A1:10
Temperature range
-40 ◦ C to +75 ◦ C
-40 ◦ C to +85 ◦ C
Function
Storage
Protection
IP20
Supply voltage
10 to 60 V DC
Dimensions
Plastic box
55 x 97 x 125 mm (DIN 35 mm)
Weight
approximately 170 g (depends on interface)
Antenna connector
SMA – 50 Ohm
User interface
2x ETH
USB
Ethernet (10/100 Mbit/s)
USB 2.0
Table 22: Technical parameters of router
7.2
Technical parameters of module
LTE module
LTE parameters
Bit rate 100 Mbps (DL) / 50 Mbps (UL)
3GPP rel. 8 standard
Supported bandwidth: 5 MHz, 10 MHz, 20 MHz
Supported channels: 800 / 900 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600 Mhz
HSPA+ parameters
Bit rate 21,1 Mbps (DL) / 5,76 Mbps (UL)
3GPP rel. 7 standard
UE CAT. 1 to 6, 8, 10, 12, 14
3GPP data compress
Supported channels: 900 / 2100 MHz
UMTS parameters
PS bit rate 384 kbps (DL) / 384 kbps (UL)
CS bit rate 64 kbps (DL) / 64 kbps (UL)
W-CDMA FDD standard
Supported channels: 900 / 2100 MHz
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7. TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
Continued from previous page
LTE module
GPRS/EDGE parameters
Bit rate 237 kbps (DL) / 59,2 kbps (UL)
GPRS multislot class 10, CS 1 to 4
EDGE multislot class 12, CS 1 to 4,
MCS 1 to 9
Supported channels: 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz
Supported GPRS/EDGE
power classes
EGSM 900: Class 4 (33 dBm)
GSM 1800/1900: Class 1 (30 dBm)
EDGE 900: Class E2 (27 dBm)
EDGE 1800/1900: Class E2 (26 dBm)
Table 23: Technical parameters of module
7.3
Technical parameters of GPS
GPS specifications
Antenna
50 Ohms – active
Protocols
NMEA 0183 v3.0
Frequency
1575.42 MHz
Sensitivity
Tracking: -161 dBm∗
Acquisition (Assisted): -158 dBm∗∗
Acquisition (Standalone): -145 dBm∗∗
Acquisition time
Hot start: 1 s
Warm start: 29 s
Cold start: 32 s
Accuracy
Horizontal: < 2m (50 %); < 5 m (90 %)
Altitude: < 4 m (50 %); < 8 m (90 %)
Velocity: < 0.2 m/s
Table 24: Technical parameters of GPS
∗
Tracking sensitivity is the lowest GPS signal level for which the device can still detect an in-view
satellite 98 % of the time when in sequential tracking mode.
∗∗
Acquisition sensitivity is the lowest GPS signal level for which the device can still detect an in-view
satellite 50 % of the time.
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7. TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
7.4
Technical parameters I/O port
• Characteristics of inputs:
logical 0 / 1
Voltage
Current
log. 0 max
3V
0.4 mA
log. 1 min
5V
0.7 mA
log. 1 type
12 V
2 mA
log. 1 max
60 V
7 mA
Table 25: Characteristics of inputs
• Binary output parameters:
– 60 V AC / 300 mA
– 60 V DC / 300 mA
7.5
Other technical parameters
Other technical parameters
CPU power
2 DMIPS per MHz
Flash memory
256 MB
RAM
512 MB
M-RAM
128 kB
Table 26: Other technical parameters
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8. RECOMMENDED LITERATURE
8. Recommended Literature
[1]
[2]
Conel:
Conel:
Start guide,
Configuration manual.
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9. TROUBLESHOOTING
9. Troubleshooting
Some network cards are able to be set in situation, when it is not possible to connect the router. It
is possible to solve this problem in the following steps:
• hand by selection communication rates 10 MB/s in property network cards,
• connect router over switch,
• start computer only after finalizing the start of the router.
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10. FAQ
10. FAQ
-
I can’t get from internet on equipment, which is connected to router and I have NAT enabled.
• The device’s gateway has to be configured as the router.
-
Router resets itself, connection on Ethernet fails.
• It is necessary to use an antenna, which will be situated far from power supply.
-
I don’t get on web server at NAT.
• The remote http access of the router has to be disabled, default server address has to be
your web server and the gateway of the web server has to be the IP of router.
-
PPP connection fails.
• Check signal power. If signal power is weak, you will have to use a better antenna. If the
environmental cells have a similar signal it will be necessary to use a directive antenna.
Signal levels have to be in the range -50 dBm and -90 dBm.
• It is necessary to set ping, which will check the connection and, in the case of fail ping,
restart connection.
-
PPP connection won’t be established.
• Recheck GPRS settings - APN, name, password and IP address.
• Try to enter PIN – verification if the SIM card hasn’t set PIN code.
• In private APN it is appropriate to switch the DNS server send off.
• Switch log system on and observe where the error turns up.
-
Connection fails on Ethernet or connection isn’t establishing.
• On ethernet interface of the router it is possible to switch auto negotiation off and set a rate
and duplex by hand.
-
DynDNS not function.
• In private APN not functional.
• If the same IP address is recorded in your canonic name as dynamically assign address, it
means that the operator is using NAT or firewall.
• NAT is possible to verify by the help of the ping on address of your server with static IP
address and by the help of the router address verify and address in ping.
• Firewall is possible to verify, for example by remote access on web interface.
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10. FAQ
• The operator doesn’t give out address DNS servers and without DNS server’s it is impossible to connect to server dyndns.org. In log system will be this message:
– DynDNS daemon started
– Error resolving hostname: no such file or directory
– Connect to DynDNS server failed
-
IPSec tunnel is establishing but communication doesn’t function.
• Probably it is badly set up route conditionals of connected equipment or it is bad set up GW.
-
FTP doesn’t function.
• Router doesn’t support the active FTP mode, supports the passive mode only.
-
L2TP or IPSec isn’t establishing.
• Verify the reason in the log system.
-
I switched the router to offline mode by the SMS message, but the router is in online mode after
restart.
• Control SMS messages don’t change the router configuration. For example, if the router
is switched to offline mode by SMS message the router will be in this mode up to next
restart. This behaviour is the same for next all control SMS messages.
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11. CUSTOMERS SUPPORT
11. Customers Support
You can find current information about this product on our website:
www.conel.com
Upkeep-advices:
• The SIM-card must be handled carefully as with a credit card. Don’t bend, don’t scratch on this
and do not expose to static electricity.
• During cleaning of the router do not use aggressive chemicals, solvents and abrasive cleaners!
Conel Company hereby declares that the router narrated in this user’s guide fits all basic demands of
directive 1999/5/EC (R&TTE).
Router fits values of coefficient SAR defined by association ICNIRP and values of "About protection of
health before non-ionized radiation".
Declaration of conformity was issued and it is possible to find it on the Conel website
(http://www.conel.com/download) 1 or at producer.
1
Please, use the following login information: Username – ConelFreeDownload, Password – coneldownload.
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