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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Redwing 100
AirLink CDMA Modem C3111
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Warranty and Assistance
The REDWING 100 AIRLINK CDMA MODEM C3111 is warranted by
CAMPBELL SCIENTIFIC, INC. to be free from defects in materials and
workmanship under normal use and service for twelve (12) months from date
of shipment unless specified otherwise. Batteries have no warranty.
CAMPBELL SCIENTIFIC, INC.'s obligation under this warranty is limited to
repairing or replacing (at CAMPBELL SCIENTIFIC, INC.'s option) defective
products. The customer shall assume all costs of removing, reinstalling, and
shipping defective products to CAMPBELL SCIENTIFIC, INC. CAMPBELL
SCIENTIFIC, INC. will return such products by surface carrier prepaid. This
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particular purpose. CAMPBELL SCIENTIFIC, INC. is not liable for special,
indirect, incidental, or consequential damages.
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serves your country. To obtain a Returned Materials Authorization (RMA),
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Redwing 100 CDMA Table of Contents
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1. Introduction..................................................................1
2. Specifications ..............................................................1
2.1 Base Station Requirements .......................................................................1
2.2 Datalogger Site Equipment.......................................................................1
2.3 Power Considerations ...............................................................................2
3. Configuration ...............................................................2
3.1 Establish Cellular Service.........................................................................2
3.2 Program the Modem .................................................................................2
3.3 Setup LoggerNet.......................................................................................3
Appendix
A. Configuring Modem with a Terminal Emulator..... A-1
A.1 HyperTerminal Setup.......................................................................... A-1
A.2 Programming the Redwing’s Phone Number ..................................... A-2
A.3 Programming the Redwing for Use with a Datalogger....................... A-3
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Redwing 100 AirLink CDMA Modem
1. Introduction
Redwing modems are full-duplex, digital cellular modems that communicate
with a base station PC via Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) network
and Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). Redwing100 modems are
for use on the Verizon network only.
2. Specifications
2.1 Base Station Requirements
•
PC with Hayes-compatible modem, running Campbell Scientific’s
LoggerNet or PC400 software.
•
Subscription to the Verizon CDMA network with coverage at the
datalogger site.
2.2 Datalogger Site Equipment
•
Redwing modem—includes power cable; the modem is configured using
CellWizard.exe
•
Datalogger—CR510, CR10(X), CR23X, CR7, CR5000, or CR2XX
•
SC105 or SC932A Interface—connects the modem to the CR510,
CR10(X), or CR7 dataloggers’ CS I/O port
•
14392 Null Modem Cable—connects the modem to the CR23X, CR2XX,
CR1000, or CR5000 RS-232 port
•
14394 Redwing Mounting Kit—includes mounting hardware for securing
the modem to below referenced environmental enclosure and a 9-pin male
to 9-pin female cable.
•
Antenna—the following antennas are available from Campbell Scientific;
sites near the edge of the CDMA coverage may require the Yagi antenna.
Contact a CSI applications engineer for help in determining the best
antenna for your application.
o
14453 0 dBd ½ Wave Dipole Whip Cellular Antenna
o
18285 1 dBd Omnidirectional Antenna with 10' Cable
o
14454 9 dBd Yagi Cellular Antenna with 10' Cable
•
Power Supply (see power considerations)
•
Environmental Enclosure— ENC 10/12, ENC 12/14, or ENC 16/18
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2.3 Power Considerations
•
A power cable included with the modem connects to the datalogger's 12 V
or switched 12 V terminal. Connection to the switched 12 V terminal
allows the datalogger to switch power to the modem during scheduled
transmission intervals if desired.
•
When using the switched 12 V terminal, the modem can be powered with
a BP12 battery, CH100 charger/regulator, and MSX10 solar panel.
3. Configuration
3.1 Establish Cellular Service
Prior to contacting Verizon, have the following information on hand:
1.
Electronic Serial Number (ESN). The ESN is found on the unit label.
2.
Desired area code and local prefix. Normally, choose the same area code
and prefix as the calling PC. These will ensure that calls are billed at local
rates, even if the phone is used outside the local calling area.
Contact the provider, tell the account representative that you would like to
open an account for a new voice phone. Request a voice plan similar to
Verizon’s America’s Choice 450 Plan. Ask that voice mail NOT be activated.
The Redwing may show up on Verizon’s network as a MultiTech device; this
is okay.
The provider will provide you with the following:
1.
MDN (Mobile Directory Number). This is the number you dial.
2.
MIN (Mobile Identification Number). This number identifies the Redwing
on the cellular network. This may be the same number as the MDN.
3.2 Program the Modem
Program the modem with CellWizard.exe, available from Campbell Scientific,
Inc. The appendix describes how to program the modem via a terminal
emulator; however, programming via a terminal emulator is NOT the preferred
method.
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1.
Connect the phone to your computer COM port.
2.
Apply 12 volts to the phone. Red lead to +, black lead to -.
3.
Start CellWizard.exe and select the COM port you will be using to
program the Redwing.
4.
Select desired datalogger baud rate. For the CR1000 or CR5000
dataloggers, set the baud rate to 115200. For the CR10(X), CR510, CR7,
21X, or CR200 dataloggers, set the baud rate to 9600. For the CR23X
datalogger, set the baud rate to 38400.
Redwing 100 AirLink CDMA Modem
5.
Enter the MDN.
6.
Enter the MIN.
7.
Press the “Start” button to program the phone.
3.3 Setup LoggerNet
NOTE
1.
Select Add Root | TapiPort.
2.
Add a TapiRemote to the TapiPort.
3.
Add a datalogger to the TapiRemote.
4.
On the TapiPort page, select your installed modem on the Tapi Line.
5.
On the TapiRemote un-check “Use Tapi Dialing Properties.“
6.
Enter the phone number of the CDMA phone.
7.
Apply the changes and test.
If you have a black SC12 cable, that is not Rev 1 or newer, it is a
CS I/O cable only and will not work for RS-232. Connect the
black SC12 cable between the datalogger and the SC932A. Use
a 9-pin serial cable or a blue ribbon cable between the phone and
the SC932A.
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Appendix A. Configuring Modem with a
Terminal Emulator
NOTE
Programming the modem with a terminal emulator is not
recommended. Please first attempt programming with the
CellWizard.exe program available from Campbell Scientific, Inc.
Items needed:
•
Computer with a COM port.
•
9-pin cable to connect between the computer and the Redwing.
•
A terminal program on the computer “HyperTerminal”.
•
12 volt DC applied to the Redwing.
•
Antenna on the Redwing (for over-the-air updates).
•
CDMA account.
A.1 HyperTerminal Setup
Under “Connect using”, select the COM port you will be using.
Set COM Properties to:
Bits per second (baud) = 115200
Data bits = 8
Parity = None
Stop bits = 1
Flow control = None
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Appendix A. Configuring Modem with a Terminal Emulator
Apply power to the modem and connect it to the computer via the 9-pin serial
cable.
A.2 Programming the Redwing’s Phone Number
Your provider should give you two numbers to program into the Redwing, the
MDN (Mobile Directory Number) and MIN (Mobile Identification Number).
Perform the following steps substituting the MDN and MIN with yours.
AT Commands to be typed are in bold. Follow each AT command string by
pressing the Enter key and verify the response.
Step
AT Commands
Response
1
AT+WSPC=1,000000
OK
2
AT+WMDN=[MDN]
Example:
AT+WMDN=4352551212
OK
3
AT+WIMI=31000[MIN]
Example:
AT+WIMI=310004352551234
OK
OK
4
AT+WCMT=1
+WIND:8
5
AT+CDV*22890
NOTE
A-2
+WORG:*22890
+WCNT:3
+WOT1:”Programming in progress”
+WOTS:”SPL unlocked”
+WOTP:”PRL Download OK”
+WOTM:”MDM Download OK”
+WOTC:”Commit Successful”
+WOT2:”Programming Successful!”
Description
Unlocks the module for service
provisioning AT commands.
Enter the MDN here. The MDN is
the number used to dial this device.
Enter the MIN here. The 31000
must precede the MIN. The MIN
is the number used to identify this
device on the cellular provider’s
network. This number may be the
same as the MDN.
Commits the changes done during
the service programming session.
Commission of these changes will
force a software reset of the
module.
Initiates over-the-air update. You
must have cellular coverage with
good signal strength for this to be
successful.
There are no O’s in the above strings, they are Zero’s.
Appendix A. Configuring Modem with a Terminal Emulator
A.3 Programming the Redwing for Use with a
Datalogger
The Redwing needs a few settings changed in it to power-up ready to work
with the datalogger.
Step
AT Commands
Response
6
ATS0=1+CICB=0
OK
Description
Sets auto answer in data mode.
7
AT+IFC=0,0
OK
Disables local flow control.
Sets the Redwings RS232 baud
rate and saves settings.
8
AT+IPR=[baud rate]; &W
Example:
AT+IPR=9600; &W
NOTE
OK
Use the following to determine
baud rate:
CR1000
115200
CR5000
CR23X
38400
CR10(X)
CR510
9600
CR200
CR7
In the above strings, all “0” = zero.
Remove the power from the modem and power it up again. It should be ready
to use at the baud rate set in Step 8. Test the communications before deploying
the modem.
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Appendix A. Configuring Modem with a Terminal Emulator
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