GL200 External Battery Kit User Manual V1.20

GL200 External Battery Kit User Manual V1.20
GSM/GPRS/GPS Tracker
GL200
External Battery Kit User Manual
Application Notes: GL200EBKUM001
Revision: 1.20
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GL200 External Battery Kit User Manual
Document Title
GL200 External Battery Kit User Manual
Version
1.20
Date
2011-06-10
Status
Release
Document Control ID
GL200EBKUM001
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General Notes
Queclink offers this information as a service to its customers, to support application and
engineering efforts that use the products designed by Queclink. The information provided is
based upon requirements specifically provided to Queclink by the customers. Queclink has
not undertaken any independent search for additional relevant information, including any
information that may be in the customer’s possession. Furthermore, system validation of this
product designed by Queclink within a larger electronic system remains the responsibility of
the customer or the customer’s system integrator. All specifications supplied herein are
subject to change.
Copyright
This document contains proprietary technical information which is the property of Queclink
Limited. The copying of this document, distribution to others, and communication of the
contents thereof, are forbidden without express authority. Offenders are liable to the payment
of damages. All rights are reserved in the event of a patent grant or registration of a utility
model or design. All specification supplied herein are subject to change without notice at any
time.
Copyright © Queclink Wireless Solutions Co., Ltd. 2010
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Contents
Contents ............................................................................................................................................2
Table Index........................................................................................................................................3
Figure Index ......................................................................................................................................4
0. Revision history ............................................................................................................................5
1. Introduction...................................................................................................................................6
1.1. Reference.............................................................................................................................6
1.2. Terms and abbreviations......................................................................................................6
2. Product Overview .........................................................................................................................7
2.1. Appearance..........................................................................................................................7
2.2. Parts List..............................................................................................................................8
3. PCU (Power Control Unit)............................................................................................................9
3.1. Overview .............................................................................................................................9
3.2. Interfaces ...........................................................................................................................10
3.2.1.
VBAT IN Interface ..........................................................................................10
3.2.2.
Digital Input Interface ..................................................................................... 11
3.2.3.
PWR Output Interface.....................................................................................14
3.3. Toggle Switch....................................................................................................................15
3.3.1.
SW101.............................................................................................................15
3.3.2.
SW102.............................................................................................................15
3.3.3.
SW103.............................................................................................................15
3.3.4.
SW104.............................................................................................................15
3.4. Indication LED..................................................................................................................17
3.5. Onboard Motion Sensor ....................................................................................................17
3.6. Relations between Logical Status and Power Output........................................................17
4. External Battery ..........................................................................................................................18
4.1. Battery Specification .........................................................................................................18
4.2. How to Charge the Battery ................................................................................................18
5. Pelican 1020 BOX ......................................................................................................................19
6. System Connection With GL200 ................................................................................................20
6.1. Connection Overview........................................................................................................20
6.2. Air Protocol Interface Relate to PCU ................................................................................21
6.2.1.
GTLSW ...........................................................................................................21
6.2.2.
GTTSW ...........................................................................................................22
6.2.3.
GTOMS...........................................................................................................23
6.2.4.
GTRST ............................................................................................................24
7. Configuration Q&A ....................................................................................................................25
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Table Index
TABLE 1: REFERENCE..........................................................................................................................6 TABLE 2: TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS .........................................................................................6 TABLE 3: PART LIST .............................................................................................................................8 TABLE 4: VBAT IN INTERFACE REFERENCE.................................................................................10 TABLE 5: DIGITAL INPUT INTERFACE REFERENCE.................................................................... 11 TABLE 6: PWR OUTPUT INTERFACE REFERENCE.......................................................................14 TABLE 7: LOGICAL STATUS RELATIONS .......................................................................................17 k
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TABLE 8: BATTERY SPECIFICATION...............................................................................................18 TABLE 9: +RESP:GTLSW MESSAGE FORMAT ...............................................................................21 TABLE 10: +RESP:GTTSW MESSAGE FORMAT .............................................................................22 TABLE 11: +RESP:GTOMS MESSAGE FORMAT .............................................................................23 TABLE 12: +RESP:GTRST MESSAGE FORMAT ..............................................................................24 GL200EBKUM001
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Figure Index
FIGURE 1: APPEARANCE OF GL200 EBK .........................................................................................7 FIGURE 2: PCU INTERFACE ................................................................................................................9 FIGURE 3: VBAT IN INTERFACE ......................................................................................................10 FIGURE 4: DIGITAL INPUT INTERFACE.......................................................................................... 11 FIGURE 5: DIGITAL INPUT 1 CONNECT TO REED SWITCH........................................................12 FIGURE 6: DIGITAL INPUT 1 CONNECT TO TOGGLE SWITCH ..................................................12 FIGURE 7: DIGITAL INPUT 2 CONNECT TO REED SWITCH........................................................13 k
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FIGURE 8: DIGITAL INPUT 2 CONNECT TO TACT SWITCH ........................................................13 FIGURE 9: PWR OUTPUT INTERFACE.............................................................................................14 FIGURE 10: TOGGLE SWITCHES......................................................................................................15 FIGURE 11: HOW TO CHARGE THE EXTERNAL BATTERY.........................................................18 FIGURE 12: PELICAN 1020 BOX APPEARANCE.............................................................................19 FIGURE 13: CONNECTION OVERVIEW...........................................................................................20 GL200EBKUM001
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0. Revision history
Revision
Date
Author
Description of change
1.00
2010-11-01
Hendry PAN
Initial
1.10
2011-05-03
Hendry PAN
Replace two 4-pin connectors for Digital Input
interface and PWR Output interface with one 8-pin
connector.
1.20
2011-06-10
Leo LEI
Exchange the sequence of digital input 1 and
digital input 2 on 8-pin connector.
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1. Introduction
GL200 External Battery Kit is a set of accessories include an external battery, a power control unit
and a pelican waterproof casing. It will greatly improve the working time of GL200 and also let
the GL200 can be used for some special application like container tracking.
1.1. Reference
Table 1: Reference
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Document name
Remark
GL200 @Tracker Air Interface Protocol.pdf
1.2. Terms and abbreviations
Table 2: Terms and abbreviations
Abbreviation
Description
NO
Normally Open
NC
EBK
PCU
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External Battery Kit
Power Control Unit
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2. Product Overview
2.1. Appearance
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Figure 1: Appearance of GL200 EBK
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2.2. Parts List
Table 3: Part List
Name
Picture
PCU
Description
PCU manages the power from the external
battery. It has build in motion sensor and external
digital inputs.
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Pelican 1020 Waterproof
Box
All the components except the AC-DC charger
will be put into the Pelican 1020 Waterproof Box.
Frame for GL200 and
PCU
The frame is used to fix the PCU and GL200.
AC-DC Charger
External Battery
AC-DC Charger is used to charger the external
battery. Please notice that the PCU must be
removed from the external battery when charging.
for
External Battery
High capability battery, 17600 mAh.
Connect Cable
This cable is used to connect GL200 to PCU and
connect external switch to PCU.
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3. PCU (Power Control Unit)
3.1. Overview
There are two connectors on the GL200 EBK: One is 4-pin connector for VBAT IN interface; the
other is 8-pin connector for Digital Input and PWR Output interface.
The PCU has an onboard motion sensor which can detect the motion/rest status of the PCU.
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Figure 2: PCU Interface
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3.2. Interfaces
3.2.1.
VBAT IN Interface
The external battery should be connected to 4-pin connector which used as VABT IN interface of
PCU. The pin description is shown in Table 4.
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1
2
3
4
Figure 3: VBAT IN Interface
Table 4: VBAT IN Interface Reference
Pin Number
Description
1
GND
2
3
4
GND
Power(3.4V~4.2V)
Power(3.4V~4.2V)
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3.2.2.
Digital Input Interface
Digital Input interface includes 2 digital inputs which can be used to monitor the external digital
signal. They can be connected to toggle switch, tact switch or reed switch. There are four pins on
the left side of the 8-pin connector. The pin description is shown in Table 5.
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1
2
3
4
Figure 4: Digital Input Interface
Table 5: Digital Input Interface Reference
Pin Number
Description
1
Digital input 1
2
3
4
Digital input 2
2.8V output
GND
3.2.2.1. Digital Input 1
Digital input 1 work as a lock switch and it is recommended to connect to a toggle switch or a reed
switch.
If SW103 is set to ‘H’, the logical status is ‘0’ when the electrical level of digital input 1 is high. It
will be ‘1’ if the electrical level of digital input 1 is low.
If SW103 is set to ‘L’, the logical status is ‘1’ when the electrical level of digital input 1 is high. It
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will be ‘0’ if the electrical level of digital input 1 is low.
The logical status of digital input 1 will effect on the power output of PCU. Please refer to chapter
3.6 for detail.
The reference connection of digital input 1 is shown in following figure.
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Figure 5: Digital Input 1 Connect to Reed Switch
Figure 6: Digital Input 1 Connect to Toggle Switch
3.2.2.2. Digital Input 2
Digital input 2 works as a trigger switch and it is recommended to connect it to a tact switch or a
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reed switch.
The default logical status of digital input 2 is ‘0’ and it will be reversed when the electrical level
of digital input 2 changes two times.
The logical status of digital input 2 will effect on the power output of PCU. Please refer to chapter
3.6 for detail.
The reference connection of digital input 2 is shown in following figure.
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Figure 7: Digital Input 2 Connect to Reed Switch
Figure 8: Digital Input 2 Connect to Tact Switch
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3.2.3.
PWR Output Interface
The power output is included in the PWR Output interface. It also includes the UART interface
for the communication between GL200 and PCU. There are four pins on the right side of the 8-pin
connector. The pin description is shown in Table 6.
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6
7
8
Figure 9: PWR Output Interface
Table 6: PWR Output Interface Reference
Pin Number
Description
5
RXD
6
7
8
TXD
GND
Power output(3.4V~4.2V)
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3.3. Toggle Switch
The PCU has four toggle switches: SW101 to SW104. They are used for the configuration of the
PCU.
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Figure 10: Toggle Switches
3.3.1.
SW101
SW101 is used to enable/disable the onboard motion sensor.
3.3.2.
SW102
SW102 is used to configure the auto power up function. If it is set to ‘L’, the power output will be
enabled for at least 5 minutes every day even when the PCU is in rest. If SW102 is set to ‘H’, the
power output will never be enabled when the PCU is in rest. (In case the logical status of two
digital inputs are all 0).
There are some reporting messages relate to this function. Please refer to chapter 6.2.4 for details.
3.3.3.
SW103
SW103 is used to configure the logical status of digital input 1.
3.3.4.
SW104
SW104 is used to enable/disable the indication LED. If SW104 is set to ‘H’, the LED will be
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disabled. If SW104 is set to ‘L’, the LED will be enabled.
Please notice that even when the LED is enabled, it will only light when the power output is
enabled.
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3.4. Indication LED
The Red LED is used to indicate the output of the power. It is controlled by the toggle switch
SW104 and the power output.
3.5. Onboard Motion Sensor
If SW101 is set to ‘H’, the motion sensor will be disabled and the logical status of motion sensor
will always be ‘0’. If SW101 is set to ‘L’ then the motion sensor will be enabled. The logical
status of motion sensor will be ‘1’ when the PCU is in motion, and be ‘0’ when the PCU is in rest.
Please notice that there will be five minutes’ delay after the logical status of motion sensor change
from ‘1’ to ‘0’.
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The logical status of motion sensor will effect on the power output. Please refer to chapter 3.6 for
detail.
3.6. Relations between Logical Status and Power Output
Only when the logical status of digital input 1 and 2 are all 0, the power output can be disabled.
PCU will send the report on every logical status change to the backend server via GL200. Please
refer to chapter 6.2 for detail.
The description of the logical status is shown in following table. The power output will be
disabled when the logical status of power output changes from 1 to 0. But please notice that there
will be five minutes delay to let the GL200 send out the report message to backend.
Table 7: Logical Status Relations
Logical status
digital input 1
of
Logical status
digital input 2
0
0
1
0
1
1
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of
Logical status
motion sensor
of
Logical status
Power output
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
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4. External Battery
4.1. Battery Specification
The GL200 EBK includes a large capacity battery which can provide long standby time. The size
of the battery is about 38mm * 80mm * 71mm. There are two connectors on the battery, one is for
power output, and another is used for charging.
The specification of the external battery is listed in following.
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Table 8: Battery Specification
Item
Specification
Rated Capacity min
17.6Ah
Normal Voltage
3.7V
Charge Ending Voltage
4.2 ± 0.05V
Standard charge:0.2CmA
Charge current
Rapid charge:1500mA
Discharge Ending Voltage
2.75V
Max Discharging Current
2A
Impedance
≦130mΩ
4.2. How to Charge the Battery
z Plug the AC-DC power adapter provided by Queclink into the DC connector of the external
battery.
z The indication LED on the adapter will be red during charging and changes to green when the
battery is fully charged.
z Charging time is about 16 hours.
Figure 11: How to Charge the External Battery
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5. Pelican 1020 BOX
The GL200 EBK is included in a Pelican 1020 waterproof casing. It is designed following the
IP67 standard which can provide protection for internal components. The dimension of this box is
16cm * 12cm * 6cm.
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Figure 12: Pelican 1020 Box Appearance
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6. System Connection With GL200
6.1. Connection Overview
The connection between external battery, PCU and GL200 is shown in following figure.
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Figure 13: Connection Overview
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6.2. Air Protocol Interface Relate to PCU
6.2.1.
GTLSW
If the PCU detects that the logical status of digit input 1 changes, it will send +RESP:GTLSW
message to the backend server through GL200.
Table 9: +RESP:GTLSW Message Format
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Example:
+RESP:GTLSW,020002,135790246811220,,0,1,0,4.3,92,70.0,121.354335,31.222073,2009021
4013254,0460,0000,18d8,6141,00,20100214093254,11F0$
Parameter
Length(byte)
Range/format
Protocol version
6
XX0000 – XXFFFF,
X∈{'A'-'Z','0'-'9'}
Unique ID
15
IMEI
Device name
10
Type
1
0|1
1
0|1
GPS accuracy
1
0
Speed
<=5
0.0 – 999.9km/h
Azimuth
<=3
0 – 359
Altitude
<=8
±XXXXX.X m
Last longitude
<=11
±XXX.XXXXXX
Last latitude
<=10
±XX.XXXXXX
GPS UTC time
14
YYYYMMDDHHMMSS
MCC
4
0XXX
4
0XXX
4
XXXX
Cell ID
4
XXXX
Reserved
2
00
Send time
14
YYYYMMDDHHMMSS
Count number
4
0000 – FFFF
Tail character
1
$
State
MNC
LAC
—
—
Default
0
00
$
<Type>: defines SW103 status.
z 0: SW103 is in ‘H’.
z 1: SW103 is in ‘L’.
<State>: defines the logical status of digit input 1.
z 0: the logical status of digit input 1 is 0.
z 1: the logical status of digit input 1 is 1.
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6.2.2.
GTTSW
The +RESP:GTTSW is used to indicate the logical status change of digital input 2.
Table 10: +RESP:GTTSW Message Format
Example:
+RESP:GTTSW,020002,135790246811220,,1,0,0,4.3,92,70.0,121.354335,31.222073,2009021
4013254,0460,0000,18d8,6141,00,20100214093254,11F0$
Parameter
Length(byte)
Range/format
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Protocol version
6
XX0000 – XXFFFF,
X∈{'A'-'Z','0'-'9'}
Unique ID
15
IMEI
Device name
10
Type
1
0|1
1
0|1
GPS accuracy
1
0
Speed
<=5
0.0 – 999.9km/h
Azimuth
<=3
0 – 359
Altitude
<=8
±XXXXX.X m
Last longitude
<=11
±XXX.XXXXXX
Last latitude
<=10
±XX.XXXXXX
GPS UTC time
14
YYYYMMDDHHMMSS
MCC
4
0XXX
4
0XXX
4
XXXX
Cell ID
4
XXXX
Reserved
2
00
Send time
14
YYYYMMDDHHMMSS
Count number
4
0000 – FFFF
Tail character
1
$
State
MNC
LAC
—
—
Default
1
0
00
$
<Type>: reserved and its value is 1.
<State>: defines the logical status of digit input 2.
z 0: the logical status of digit input 2 is 0.
z 1: the logical status of digit input 2 is 1.
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6.2.3.
GTOMS
If the PCU detects that the motion state changes according to motion sensor’s output or SW101
state changes, it will send +RESP:GTOMS message indicate this changes to the backend server
through GL200.
Table 11: +RESP:GTOMS Message Format
Example:
+RESP:GTOMS,020002,135790246811220,,1,0,0,4.3,92,70.0,121.354335,31.222073,2009021
4013254,0460,0000,18d8,6141,00,20100214093254,11F0$
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Parameter
Length(byte)
Range/format
Protocol version
6
XX0000 – XXFFFF,
X∈{'A'-'Z','0'-'9'}
Unique ID
15
IMEI
Device name
10
Type
1
0|1
1
0|1|3
GPS accuracy
1
0
Speed
<=5
0.0 – 999.9km/h
Azimuth
<=3
0 – 359
Altitude
<=8
±XXXXX.X m
Last longitude
<=11
±XXX.XXXXXX
Last latitude
<=10
±XX.XXXXXX
GPS UTC time
14
YYYYMMDDHHMMSS
MCC
4
0XXX
4
0XXX
4
XXXX
Cell ID
4
XXXX
Reserved
2
00
Send time
14
YYYYMMDDHHMMSS
Count number
4
0000 – FFFF
Tail character
1
$
State
MNC
LAC
—
—
Default
0
00
$
<Type>: defines motion sensor is enabled or disabled.
z 0: motion sensor is disabled.
z 1: motion sensor is enabled.
<State>: defines motion sensor state.
z 0: motion sensor detects rest and its logical.
z 1: motion sensor detects movement.
z 3: motion sensor is in initial status.
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6.2.4.
GTRST
If SW102 is set to ‘L’, the PCU will send +RESP:GTRST message to the backend server every 24
hours.
Table 12: +RESP:GTRST Message Format
Example:
+RESP:GTRST,020002,135790246811220,,,,20100214093254,11F0$
Parameter
Length (byte)
Range/Format
Default
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Protocol version
6
XX0000 – XXFFFF,
X∈{'A'-'Z','0'-'9'}
Unique ID
15
IMEI
Device name
10
Reserved
0
Reserved
0
Send time
14
YYYYMMDDHHMMSS
Count number
4
0000 – FFFF
Tail character
1
$
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7. Configuration Q&A
Question1: I am using the PCU. How can I configure the system to report when motion and stop
reporting when rest?
Answer: Please set the SW103 to ‘H’ and set the SW101 to ‘L’. The configuration on SW102 and
SW104 is depending on your requirement.
Question2: I am using the PCU. How can I configure the system to be always reporting?
Answer: Please set the SW103 to ‘L’. The configuration on SW101 and SW102 can be ignored.
The configuration on SW104 is depending on your requirement.
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