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GDW-11
GDW-11
GDW-11 GSM/GPRS
Modem
GDW-11 485 GSM/GPRS
Modem with RS-485
www.westermo.com
© Westermo Teleindustri AB
User Guide
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Safety
!
Before using this unit:
Read this manual completely and gather all information on the unit. Make sure
that you understand it fully. Check that your application does not exceed the safe
operating specifications for this unit.
Hazardous voltages may occur within this unit when connected to a power supply.
Prevent access to hazardous voltages by disconnecting the unit from its power
supply.
Prevent damage to internal electronics from electrostatic discharges (ESD) by
discharging your body to a grounding point (e.g. use of wrist strap).
!
Before installation:
This unit should only be installed by qualified personnel.
This unit should be built-in to an apparatus cabinet, or similar, where access is
restricted to service personnel only.
The power supply wiring must be sufficiently fused, and if necessary it must be
possible to disconnect manually from the power supply. Ensure compliance to
national installation regulations.
This unit uses convection cooling. To avoid obstructing the airflow around the unit,
follow the spacing recommendations (see Installation section).
Care recommendations
Follow the care recommendations below to maintain full operation of unit and to fulfil
the warranty obligations.
This unit must not be operated with covers or lids removed.
Do not attempt to disassemble the unit. There are no user serviceable parts inside.
Do not drop, knock or shake the unit, rough handling beyond the specification may cause
damage to internal circuit boards.
Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents or strong detergents to clean the unit.
Do not paint the unit. Paint can clog the unit and prevent proper operation.
Do not expose the unit to any kind of liquids (rain, beverages, etc). The unit is not waterproof. Keep the unit within the specified humidity levels.
Do not use or store the unit in dusty, dirty areas, connectors as well as other mechanical
part may be damaged.
If the unit is not working properly, contact the place of purchase, nearest Westermo
distributor office or Westermo Tech support.
GSM specific safety
Please read and follow the guidelines listed below. The precautions must be observed
during all phases of the operation. Breaking these rules may be dangerous, illegal or affect
performance of the unit and/or invalidate the unit’s approval and/or warranty.
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General
Remember to follow any special regulations and warnings in force in any area and never
use the unit whenever it’s forbidden to use it. Do not use the unit when it may cause
interference or danger. A wireless device exposed to interference above specified limits
could result in deteriorated performance.
Hospitals or other Medical environment
Do not use the unit in a medical environment such as health care facilities. Follow any
regulations or rules that instruct you to not use the unit.
Pacemakers
The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends that a minimum separation
of six (6”) inches be maintained between cellular wireless equipment and a pacemaker
to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker. These recommendations are consistent with the independent research by and recommendations of‑Wireless Technology
Research.
Persons with pacemakers:
… Should ALWAYS keep the the unit and its antenna more than six inches from their
pacemaker when the unit is turned ON.
… If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking place, turn your wireless
equipment OFF immediately.
Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless equipment may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event of
such interference, you may want to consult your service provider [or call the customer
service line to discuss alternatives.]
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device to
determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF energy.‑Your physician may be
able to assist you in obtaining this information.
Turn the wireless equipment OFF in health care facilities when any regulations posted in
these areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy.
Aircraft
Do not use the unit in an aircraft. The use of a wireless unit in an aircraft may be dangerous to the operation of the aircraft, disrupt the wireless network, and may be illegal.
Failure to observe these instructions may lead to suspension or denial of cellular services
to the offender, legal action, or both.
Vehicle
If the unit is incorrectly installed in a vehicular environment, the operation of the unit
could interfere with the vehicle electronics. Faulty installation and/or operation can constitute a safety hazard.
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For Vehicles equipped with an airbag
An air bag inflates with great force. DO NOT place objects, including either installed or
portable wireless equipment, in the area over the air bag or in the air bag deployment
area. If in-vehicle wireless equipment is improperly installed and the air bag inflates, serious injury could result.
Blasting areas
Do not use the unit where blasting is in progress or in “blasting areas”.
Observe restrictions and follow any regulation or rules.
RF energy
The GDW-11 is a low power radio transmitter and receiver. When it is ON, it receives
and also sends out radio frequency (RF) signals.
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from RF signals. However, certain electronic equipment may not be shielded against the RF signals from the wireless unit. All
radio-transmitting devices send signals, which may cause interference in different electronic devices. To avoid interference, place the units antenna a sufficiently long distance
from other electronics.
Critical applications
Cellular units operate using radio signals and cellular networks cannot be guaranteed to
connect in all conditions. Therefore you should never rely solely on a wireless device for
essential communications, for example medical emergencies.
Backup copies
Remember to make backup copies of all important data, for example PIN/PUK codes,
contents of SIM card etc.
Antenna care
Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized antennas,
modifications, or attachments could damage the unit and may violate current regulations.
Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the unit is in use. Contact with the antenna affects call quality and may cause the unit to operate at a higher power level than
otherwise needed.
Maintenance
No maintenance is required, as long as the unit is used as intended within the specified
conditions.
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Agency approvals and standards compliance
Type
Approval / Compliance
EMC
EN 61000-6-2, Immunity industrial environments
EN 55024, Immunity IT equipment
EN 61000-6-3, Emission residential environments
FCC part 15 Class B
EN 50121-4, Railway signalling and telecommunications apparatus
IEC 62236-4, Railway signalling and telecommunications apparatus
Safety
EN 60950, IT equipment
R&TTE
Article 3.1b
Article 3.2
ATEX*
EN 301 489-1, EN 301 489-7
EN 301 489-1, EN 301 419-1
EN 301 511
EN 60079-0, Explosive atmospheres – General requirements
EN 60079-15, Explosive atmospheres – Construction, test and marking of type
of protection "n" electrical apparatus
* Applicable for GDW-11 EX / GDW-11 485 EX only
FCC Part 15.105 Notice:This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equip­ment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of
the following measures:
… Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
… Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
… Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected
… Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
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ATEX Information
(Applicable for GDW-11 EX / GDW-11 485 EX only)
General
This unit is intended for use in Zone 2 hazardous location only.
Marking
II 3 G
Ex nA IIC T4 Gc
SPECIAL CONDITION
WARNING – DO NOT SEPARATE WHEN ENERGIZED
Indicate that this unit complies with relevant European standards that are
harmonised with the 94/9/EC Directive (ATEX).
II
3
G
Ex
nA
IIC
T4
Gc
SPECIAL
CONDITION
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Equipment group II.
This unit can be installed in all places with an explosive gas atmosphere other
than mines susceptible to firedamp
Equipment category 3.
A category is the classification according to the required level of protection.
This unit ensures the requisite level of protection during normal operation and
is intended for use in areas in which explosive atmosphere caused by gases,
vapours, mists, or dust mixtures are unlikely to occure or, if they do occure, are
likely to do so only infrequently and for a short period only.
Indicates protection concerning explosive atmospheres caused by gases,
vapours or mists (G).
Indicates that this unit is in conformity with relevant European Ex standard(s).
Type of protection used.
This unit is a non-sparking device "nA" which is constructed to minimize the
risk of occurence of arcs or sparks capable of creating an ignition hazard during
conditions of normal operation.
Gas group, a typical gas is hydrogen.
Temperature class T4 (T4 = 135°C).
This unit is classified in accordance with its maximum surface temperature
(external and internal).
Equipment protection level Gc (EPL Gc).
Equipment for explosive gas atmospheres, having a "enhanced" level of protection, which is not a source of ignition in normal operation and which may have
some additional protection to ensure that it remains inactive as an ignition
source in the case of regular expected occurences. EPL Gc are analogous to the
ATEX Categories (Category 3 G = EPL Gc).
This unit has a special condition of use.
The special condition for safe use contains safety related information that is
necessary for the correct installation and safe use.
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Ratings and safety control drawing, GDW-11 EX
Power
Ambient temperature
Maximum surface temperature
Ingress protection (IP)
Installation spacing
(12 – 48) VDC; 350 mA
–25ºC ≤ Ta ≤ +50ºC
Temperature class T4 (max 135ºC )
IP21
Minimum 25 mm above / below and minimum 10 mm
left / right
Antenna
Position Direction / description
1
Shield
Input / Output values
Max RF power: 2 watt
Data rate:
CSD: up to 14.4 kbit/s
GPRS: up to 85.6 kbit/s
In/out / RF signal
Signal ground
RS-232 (DB9, female)
11 22
34
4 5
123
Position Direction / description
1
Out / Data Carrier Detect (DCD)
2
Out / Received Data (RD)
3
In / Transmitted Data (TD)
4
In / Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
5
– / Signal Ground (SG)
6
Out / Data Set Ready (DSR)
7
In / Request To Send (RTS)
8
Out / Clear To Send (CTS)
9
Out / Ring Indicator (RI)
Input / Output values
Umax = ± 12 Vpk
Imax = ± 60 mA
Data rate:
300 bit/s to 115.2 kbit/s
RS-232 (5-pin screw terminal)
Position Direction / description
1
In / Transmit Data (TD)
2
Out / Received Data (RD)
3
In / Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
4
Out / Data Set Ready (DSR)
5
– / Signal Ground (SG)
Position Description
1
In / –VDC
2
In / +VDC
Input / Output values
Umax = ± 12 Vpk
Imax = ± 60 mA
Data rate:
300 bit/s to 115.2 kbit/s
Input values
Uin = (10 – 60) VDC
Max Iin = 0.4A @ 10 VDC
Max PIn = Max 4 W
Galvanically isolated via power transformer and optocoupler.
Capacitively isolated via 4700 pF capacitator rated 300 Vrms.
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Ratings and safety control drawing, GDW-11 485 EX
Power
Ambient temperature
Maximum surface temperature
Ingress protection (IP)
Installation spacing
(12 – 48) VDC; 350 mA
–25ºC ≤ Ta ≤ +50ºC
Temperature class T4 (max 135ºC )
IP21
Minimum 25 mm above / below and minimum 10 mm
left / right
Antenna
Position Direction / description
1
Shield
Input / Output values
Max RF power: 2 watt
Data rate:
CSD: up to 14.4 kbit/s
GPRS: up to 85.6 kbit/s
In/out / RF signal
Signal ground
RS-232 (DB9, female)
Position Direction / description
11 2
234
4
12 3
1
Out / Data Carrier Detect (DCD)
2
Out / Received Data (RD)
3
In / Transmitted Data (TD)
4
In / Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
5
– / Signal Ground (SG)
6
Out / Data Set Ready (DSR)
7
In / Request To Send (RTS)
8
Out / Clear To Send (CTS)
9
Out / Ring Indicator (RI)
Input / Output values
Umax = ± 12 Vpk
Imax = ± 60 mA
Data rate:
300 bit/s to 115.2 kbit/s
RS-422/485 (4-pin screw terminal)
Position Direction / description
1
In / R+ (RS-422/485 4-wire)
2
In / R– (RS-422/485 4-wire)
3
4
Out / T+ (RS-422/485 4-wire)
In/Out / T+ (RS-485 2-wire)
Out / T– (RS-422/485 4-wire)
In/Out / T+ (RS-485 2-wire)
Position Description
1
In / –VDC
2
In / +VDC
Input / Output values
Umax = ± 12 Vpk
Imax = ± 60 mA
Data rate:
1200 bit/s
to 115.2 kbit/s
Input values
Uin = (10 – 60) VDC
Max Iin = 0.4A @ 10 VDC
Max PIn = Max 4 W
Galvanically isolated via power transformer and optocoupler.
Capacitively isolated via 4700 pF capacitator rated 300 Vrms.
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GDW-11 EX / GDW-11 485 EX
Special condition for safe use
Ambient temperature:
This unit is designed for use in extreme ambient temperature conditions according to the following:
–25ºC ≤ Ta ≤ +50ºC
Installation in an apparatus cabinet:
This unit requires installation in an Ex certified apparatus cabinet suitable for the area of use and
providing a degree of protection of at least IP54.
Resistance to impact:
This unit requires installation in an apparatus cabinet where adequate resistance to impact is
provided by the apparatus cabinet. See "Installation in an apparatus cabinet" above for requirements
on the external apparatus cabinet.
Resistance to light:
This unit requires installation in an apparatus cabinet where it is protected from light (for example
daylight or light from luminaires). See "Installation in an apparatus cabinet" above for requirements
on the external apparatus cabinet.
Secureness of plugs:
When this unit is installed in an explosive atmospheres, all connectors must be mechanically secured
to prevent loosening.
Conductor temperature:
When this unit is installed in locations with high ambient temperature, special precautions shall be
taken upon the choice of external conductors and the temperature rating of the conductor(s).
Directive 94/9/EC alongside with other directives:
Directive 2004/108/EC (EMC) applies, to assure a safe performance of this unit under the scope
of Directive 94/9/EC, refer to the electromagnetic immunity level specified under "Type tests and
environmental conditions" in this manual.
Standards and date of compliance
EN 60079-0 and EN 60079-15
2011-06-30
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Declaration of Conformity
Westermo Teleindustri AB
Declaration of conformity
The manufacturer
Westermo Teleindustri AB
SE-640 40 Stora Sundby, Sweden
Herewith declares that the product(s)
Type of product
Model
GSM modem
GDW-11, GDW-11 EX, GDW-11 485, 3615-0001, -5001, -0030, -5030
GDW-11 485 EX
Art no
is in conformity with the following EC directive(s).
No
Short name
2004/108/EC
1995/5/EC
94/9/EC1
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment (R&TTE)
Equipment Explosive Atmospheres (ATEX)
References of standards applied for this EC declaration of conformity.
No
EN 301 419-1
EN 61000-6-2
Title
Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2); Attachment
requirements for global system for mobile communications (GSM);
Part 1: Mobile stations in the GSM 900 and DCS 1800 bands;Access
Global system for mobile communications (GSM); Harmonized
standard for mobile stations in the GSM 900 and DCS 1800 bands
covering essential requirements under Article 3(2) of the R&TTE
Directive (1999/5/EC)
Electromagnetic compatibility and radio spectrum matters (ERM);
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment
and services
Electromagnetic compatibility – Immunity industrial environments
2005
EN 61000-6-3
Electromagnetic compatibility – Emission residential environments
2007
EN 55024
Information technology equipment - Immunity
EN 60950-1
EN 301 511
EN 301 489-7
Issue
V4.1.1 (04/2000)
V9.0.2 (03/2003)
V1.3.1 (11/2005)
Information technology equipment – Safety
1998 + A1:2001 +
A2:2003
2006 + A11:2009
EN 60079-0
Explosive atmospheres, Equipment – General requirements
2009
EN 60079-15
Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres – Construction,
test and marking of type of protection “n” electrical apparatus
2005
The last two digits of the year in which the CE marking was affixed:
11
Pierre Öberg
Technical Manager
30 June 2011
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Applicable for GDW-11 EX and GDW-11 485 EX only.
Postadress/Postal address
Tel.
Telefax
Postgiro
Bankgiro
Org.nr/
Corp. identity number
Registered office
S-640 40 Stora Sundby
Sweden
016-428000
Int+46 16428000
016-428001
Int+46 16428001
52 72 79-4
5671-5550
556361-2604
Eskilstuna
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Type tests and environmental conditions
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Phenomena
Test
ESD
EN 61000-4-2
Description
Enclosure contact
Enclosure air
Enclosure
Test levels
± 6 kV
± 8 kV
20 V/m 80% AM (1 kHz), 80 – 2000 MHz
20 V/m pulse modulated 200 Hz, 900 ± 5 MHz
± 2 kV
± 2 kV
± 2 kV line to earth, ± 2 kV line to line
± 2 kV line to earth, ± 1 kV line to line
± 2 kV line to earth, ± 2 kV line to line
10 V 80% AM (1 kHz), 0.15 – 230 MHz
10 V 80% AM (1 kHz), 0.15 – 230 MHz
100 A/m, 50 Hz, 16.7 Hz & 0 Hz
1000 A/m, 6.4 / 16 ms 5 pos/5neg pulse in XYZ
direction
10 & 5 000 ms, interruption
10 & 500 ms, 30% reduction
100 & 1 000 ms, 60% reduction
100 V 50 Hz line to earth
250 V 50 Hz line to line
10 & 100 ms, interruption
10 ms, 30% reduction
10 ms, 60% reduction
+20% above & –20% below rated voltage
Class B
Class B
Class B
Class B
Class B
2 kVrms 50 Hz 1 min
RF field AM
modulated
RF field 900 MHz
Fast transient
IEC 61000-4-3
Surge
EN 61000-4-5
RF conducted
EN 61000-4-6
Power frequency
magnetic field
Pulse magnetic field
EN 61000-4-8
Enclosure
Signal ports
Power ports
Signal ports unbalanced
Signal ports balanced
Power ports
Signal ports
Power ports
Enclosure
EN 61000-4-9
Enclosure
Voltage dips and interruption
EN 61000-4-11
AC power ports
Mains freq. 50 Hz
Mains freq. 50 Hz
Voltage dips
and interruption
EN 61000-4-16
SS 436 15 03
EN 61000-4-29
Signal ports
Signal ports
DC power ports
Radiated emission
EN 55022
FCC part 15
EN 55022
FCC part 15
EN 55022
EN 60950
Enclosure
Conducted emission
Dielectric strength
ENV 50204
EN 61000-4-4
Environmental
Temperature
IEC 60068-2-6
Operating
Storage & Transport
Operating
Storage & Transport
Operating
Operating
Operating
IEC 60068-2-27
Operating
UL 94
PC / ABS
Cabelec 6141
Humidity
Altitude
Service life
Vibration
Shock
Packaging
Enclosure, GDW-11
Enclosure, EX-versions
Dimension W x H x D
Weight
Degree of protection
Cooling
Mounting
12
AC power ports
AC power ports
DC power ports
Signal port to other
isolated ports
Power port to other
isolated ports
Any port to any port
and enclosure
IEC 529
Enclosure
3 kVrms 50 Hz 1 min
2 kVrms 50 Hz 1 min (@ rated power <60 V)
0,5 kVrms 50 Hz 1 min (GDW-11 EX)
–25 to +50°C
–30 to +85°C
5 to 95% relative humidity
5 to 95% relative humidity
2 000 m / 70 kPa
10 year
7.5 mm, 5 – 8 Hz
2 g, 8 – 500 Hz
15 g, 11 ms
Flammability class V-1
35 x 121 x 119 mm
0.2 kg
IP 21
Convection
Horizontal on 35 mm DIN-rail
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Description
The GDW-11 provides a reliable data communication link over GSM/GPRS networks.
The unit has been designed for use in industrial data communication applications and has
several features that are not normally present on standard GSM modems. The GDW-11
is a DIN-rail mounted modem with RS-232 interface in a 9-pin D-sub.
The GDW-11 485 also has an RS-422/485 interface in screw terminal block.
Features:
… Dual band GSM 900/1800 MHz
… GPRS class 10
… Integrated TCP/IP stack
… All configurations are done by industry standard AT-commands
… Serial interface RS-232 in D-sub
… Serial interface 2/4 wire half / full duplex RS-422/RS-485 interface
(GDW-11 485 only)
… DTR-dialing
… DTR-SMS
… Isolated 12 – 48 VDC power supply
… Din-rail mountable
… LED indicators
… Windows configuration tool.
The GDW-11 can be used in data communication applications together with other GSM
modems, traditional analogue PSTN modems or ISDN adapters. Packet switched data can
be transferred via the GPRS service.
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Functional description
GDW-11 / GDW-11 EX
5-pos
screw
terminal
RF
Interface
SMA
connector
SIM
connector
transient
protection
SIM card
connector
LED
driver
LED’s
RS-232
Drivers
and
protection
GSM
Engine
9-pos
D-sub
DIP
switches
2-pos
screw
terminal
Isolated power supply
GDW-11 485 / GDW-11 485 EX
LED’s
4-pos
screw
terminal
9-pos
D-sub
2-pos
screw
terminal
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LED
driver
RS-485
Drivers
and
protection
GSM
Engine
RS-232
Drivers
and
protection
RF
Interface
SMA
connector
SIM
connector
transient
protection
SIM card
connector
DIP
switches
Isolated power supply
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Interface specifications
Power
Rated voltage
12 to 48 VDC
Operating voltage
10 to 60 VDC
Rated current
350 mA @ 12 VDC
150 mA @ 24 VDC
75 mA @ 48 VDC
Rated frequency
Inrush current
I2t
DC
0.05A2s
Startup current*
0.75A peak
Polarity
Reverse polarity protected
Connection
Detachable screw terminal
Connector size
0.2 – 2.5 mm2 (AWG 24-12)
Isolation to
All other ports 3 kVrms 50 Hz 1 min
Shielded cable
Not required
*External supply current capability for proper startup
RS-232
Electrical specification
RS-232 V.24
Data rate
300 bit/s – 115.2 kbit/s
Data format
7 or 8 data bits, Odd, even or no parity, 1 or 2 stop bits
Protocol
Transparent
Retiming
Yes
Transmission range
15 m
Isolation to
Power port 3 kVrms 50 Hz 1 min
Connection
9-pin D-sub female (DCE) and 5 pos Detachable screw terminal (DCE)
Connector size
Detachable screw terminal 0.2 – 2.5 mm2 (AWG 24 – 12)
Shielded cable
Not required*
Conductive housing
Isolated to all other circuits
* Railway installation close to the rails.
For a cable located inside 3 m boundary and connected to this port, the use of shielded cable is recommended,
this is to minimise the risk of interference. The cable shield should be properly connected (360°) to an earthing
point within 1 m from this port.This earthing point should have a low impedance connection to the conductive
enclosure of the apparatus cabinet, or similar, where the unit is built-in.This conductive enclosure should be connected to the earthing system of an installation and may be directly connected to the protective earth.
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RS-422/485
Electrical specification
Data rate
Data format
Protocol
Retiming
Turn around time
Transmission range
Settings
Protection
Isolation to
Connection
Connector size
Shielded cable
Miscellaneous
EIA/TIA-485 ITU V.11
2-wire or 4-wire twisted pair
1 200 bit/s – 115.2 kbit/s
7 or 8 data bits, Odd, even or none parity, 1 or 2 stop bits.
9-11 bit words
Transparent
Yes
<10 ms (half duplex)
≤ 1200 m, depending on data rate and cable type (EIA RS-485)
120 Ω termination and failsafe biasing 680 Ω
Installation Fault Tolerant (up to ±60 V)
Power port 3 kVrms 50 Hz 1 min
Detachable screw terminal
0.2 – 2.5 mm2 (AWG 24 – 12)
Not required*
Do not connect RS-232 and RS-422/485 simultaneously
* Railway installation close to the rails.
For a cable located inside 3 m boundary and connected to this port, the use of shielded cable is recommended,
this is to minimise the risk of interference. The cable shield should be properly connected (360°) to an earthing
point within 1 m from this port.This earthing point should have a low impedance connection to the conductive
enclosure of the apparatus cabinet, or similar, where the unit is built-in.This conductive enclosure should be connected to the earthing system of an installation and may be directly connected to the protective earth.
Antenna
Frequency bands
GSM900 TX 880 – 915 and RX 925 – 960 MHz
GSM1800 TX 1710 – 1785 and RX 1805 – 1880 MHz
Data rate
CSD: up to 14.4 kbit/s, GPRS: up to 85.6 kbit/s
Connection
SMA female, impedance: 50 ohm
Isolation to
Power port 3 kVrms 50 Hz 1 min
SIM
Electrical specification
3 volts SIM supported
Isolation to
Power port 3 kVrms 50 Hz 1 min
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Connections GDW-11
SIM interface under lid
Antenna interface
LED Indicators
(for details
see page 19)
RS-232 screw terminal
R T
PW NE RD TD
Direction
In
Out
In
Out
–
Description
TD
RD
DTR
DSR
SG
4 5
123
5-position
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4
No. 5
1 2
Power connection
screw terminal
2-position
No. 1
No. 2
Direction
In
In
Description
– VDC
+ VDC
RS-232 D-sub
9-position
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4
No. 5
No. 6
No. 7
No. 8
No. 9
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Direction
Out
Out
In
In
–
Out
In
Out
Out
Description
Data Carrier Detect (DCD)
Receive Data (RD)
Transmit Data (TD)
Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
Signal ground (SG)
Data Set Ready (DSR)
Request To Send (RTS)
Clear To Send (CTS)
Ring Indicator (RI)
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Connections GDW-11 485
SIM interface under lid
Antenna interface
LED Indicators
(for details
see next page)
RS-232 D-sub
DIP-switch S2
termination see
page 20–21
Direction
Out
Out
In
In
–
Out
In
Out
Out
Description
Data Carrier Detect (DCD)
Receive Data (RD)
Transmit Data (TD)
Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
Signal ground (SG)
Data Set Ready (DSR)
Request To Send (RTS)
Clear To Send (CTS)
Ring Indicator (RI)
12
4
12 3
9-position
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4
No. 5
No. 6
No. 7
No. 8
No. 9
Power connection screw terminal
2-position
No. 1
No. 2
Direction Description
In
– VDC
In
+ VDC
RS-422/485
Position
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4
Direction*
In
In
Out
In/Out
Out
In/Out
Description
R+ ( A') Receive
R– (B') Receive
T+ (A) Transmit
T+ (A/A') Transmit/Receive
T– (B) Transmit
T+ (A/A') Transmit/Receive
RS-422/485 4-wire
RS-422/485 4-wire
RS-422/485 4-wire
RS-485 2-wire
RS-422/485 4-wire
RS-485 2-wire
Product marking
R+
R–
T/R+
T/R–
* Direction relative to this unit
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LED Indicators
LED
Status
Description
PWR
ON
In service
OFF
Out of service
ON
Modem switched ON, Not registered on network
OFF
Modem switched OFF
Slow Flash
Modem switched ON, registered on the network
Quick Flash
Modem switched ON, registered on the network,
communication in progress
ON
Data received on the RS-232 or RS-485 port
OFF
No data received on the RS-232 or RS-485 port
ON
Data transmitted on the RS-232 or RS-485 port
OFF
No data transmitted on the RS-232 or RS-485 port
ON
RTS signal active on the RS-232 port
OFF
RTS signal inactive on the RS-232 port
ON
DTR signal active on the RS-232 port
OFF
DTR signal inactive on the RS-232 port
NET
TD
RD
RTS
DTR
DCD ON
OFF
Status OFF
R T
PW NE RD TD
DCD signal active on the RS-232 port
DCD signal inactive on the RS-232 port
RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indicator)*
0 ≤ RSSI ≤ 9 (–113 dBm to –95 dBm)
Flash 25%
ON
10 ≤ RSSI ≤ 14 (–93 dBm to –85 dBm)
Flash 50%
ON
15 ≤ RSSI ≤ 19 (–83 dBm to –75 dBm)
Flash 75%
ON
20 ≤ RSSI ≤ 24 (–73 dBm to –65 dBm)
ON
25 ≤ RSSI ≤ 31 (–63 dBm to –51 dBm)
* Function needs to be activated with S1:2
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DIP-switch settings
DIP-switches under the lid on top of the unit
!
Before DIP-switch settings:
Warning! Do not open connected unit
Hazardous voltages may occur within this unit
when connected to a power supply.
Warning!
Prevent damage to internal electronics from electrostatic discharges (ESD) by discharging your body to a
grounding point (e.g. use of wrist strap), before the lid
on top of the unit is removed.
To activate DIP-switches Advanced mode needs to be enabled.
NOTE DIP-switch alterations are only effective after a power on or after a software
reset command (AT+CFUN=1).
A setting configured by any other method during normal operation, overrides
the DIP-switch setting. However, at power up, the DIP-switch settings have precedence over the setting configured by any other method.
S3
S1
S1 Status LED indication
ON
1 2 34
Status LED not used
LED is OFF
ON
1 2 34
Status LED indicates signal
strength, see description of
LED indicators (page 15)
S1 Power on parameter setting
ON
1 2 34
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Use saved parameter
settings
ON
1 2 34
Set factory default at
next power on (AT&F)
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S1 Selection of DTE interface, only in GDW-11 485 / GDW-11 485 EX
ON
RS-232 interface
ON
1 2 34
ON
1 2 34
1 2 34
RS-422/485 interface
4-wire full duplex
RS-485 interface
2-wire half duplex
S2 DIP-switch
RS-422/485 termination, only in GDW-11 485 / GDW-11 485 EX
ON
ON
Termination of R in 4-wire connection
No termination
1 2 34
ON
1 2 34
1 2 34
Termination of both T and R in 2-wire
connection
ON
1 2 34
Termination of both T and R in 4-wire
connection
S3 Selection of data rate, only in GDW-11 485 / GDW-11 485 EX
ON
1200 bit/s
1 2 34
ON
2400 bit/s
ON
4800 bit/s
ON
9600 bit/s
Factory settings
GDW-11 / GDW-11 EX
ON
115.2 kbit/s
1 2 34
Factory settings
GDW-11 485 / GDW-11 485 EX
ON
1 2 34
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57.6 kbit/s
1 2 34
1 2 34
S1
38.4 kbit/s
1 2 34
1 2 34
ON
19.2 kbit/s
1 2 34
1 2 34
ON
ON
ON
S1
1 2 34
ON
S2
1 2 34
ON
S3
1 2 34
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RS-422/485 general advice
4-wire termination
R+
R–
T+
T–
GDW-11 485
GDW-11 485 EX
R– R+ T– T+ R– R+ T– T+
B’ A’ B
A
=Termination
Slave unit
Slave unit
Slave unit
2-wire termination
T+
T–
Max 0.3 metre
GDW-11 485
GDW-11 485 EX
T- T+
T- T+
B
A
=Termination
Slave unit
Slave unit
Slave unit
Termination recommendations
The RS-422/485 line must be terminated. In the GDW-11 485 / GDW-11 485 EX, the
termination is combined with fail-safe functionality. The termination is used to prevent
undefined states when the bus is in tri-state condition.
… Using 2-wire RS-485 both ends should be terminated.
… Using 4-wire RS-485 both pairs shall be terminated at both ends.
… Using 4-wire RS-422 it’s only necessary to terminate the receivers.
RS-422/485 connection pins can be differently named. For some equipment brands
the T+ corresponds to A, but other brands might use some other naming convention.
If a unit does not work it can help to swap A and B.
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Installation
Mounting / Removal
Before mounting or removing the unit:
!
Warning! Do not open connected unit
Hazardous voltages may occur within this unit when connected to a power
supply.
Warning!
Prevent access to hazardous voltages by disconnecting the unit from its
power supply.
Warning!
Prevent damage to internal electronics from electrostatic discharges (ESD)
by discharging your body to a grounding point (e.g. use of wrist strap).
Mounting
This unit should be mounted on 35 mm DIN-rail, which is
horizontally mounted inside an apparatus cabinet, or similar.
Snap on mounting, see figure.
CLICK!
10 mm *
(0.4 inches)
CLICK!
25 mm
* S pacing (left/right) recommended for
full operating temperature range
25 mm
This unit uses convection cooling. To avoid obstructing
the airflow around the unit, use the following spacing rules. Minimum spacing 25 mm (1.0 inch) above
/ below and 10 mm (0.4 inches) left /right the unit.
Spacing is recommended for the use of unit in full
operating temperature range and service life.
Removal
Press down the black support at the top of the unit. See figure.
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SIM card
The SIM card is accessable under the lid on top of the unit.The SIM card is needed for
full operation of the unit.
!
Warning!
Prevent damage to internal electronics from electrostatic discharges (ESD)
by discharging your body to a grounding point (e.g. use of wrist strap), before
the lid on top of the unit is removed.
!
Warning! Do not open connected equipment.
Hazardous voltage may occur within this unit when connected to power supply.
Prevent access to hazardous voltages by disconnecting the unit from power
supply and all other electrical connections.
It is necessary to have a GSM subscription
from a network operator.
They will provide you with a SIM card that
should be mounted in the SIM card holder.
The SIM card holder is located under the top
lid of the unit.
Antenna care and placement
!
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Warning! Please ensure that power is disconnected from the unit before
connecting the antenna.
Since the GDW-11 is installed in a fixed location, special care must be taken
when planning the installation, especially when placing the antenna. The standard
antenna shipped with the product is an efficient dual-band antenna designed for
the GSM900 and the GSM1800 bands used in the European and most‑Asian
countries.
Depending on the installation location and surrounding materials, the signal
strength reaching the GDW-11 may not be sufficient. The best way to find the
optimal position of the antenna is to use the Westermo GD-Tool to measure
the “received signal strength”.
The antenna must only be connected locally and not connected to a cable
distribution system going outside the building.
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Windows configuration tool GD-Tool
The GD-Tool is a PC – application program with a graphical interface for easy
configuration of the complex functions found in the GDW-11.
Please refer to GD-Tool for a complete description of the functionality of the
Windows program.
Start up guide
Follow the steps below to get the unit up and running in a simple application
Default settings of the serial interface are:
… AT+IPR=9600
9.6 kbit/s
… AT+ICF=3,4
8 databits, no parity and 1 stop bit.
… AT+IFC=0,0
RTS/CTS flow control disabled
… AT&D0
DTR signal is ignored.
Start up steps:
… Insert a valid SIM-card with the appropriate services enabled (e.g CSD data
services. GPRS etc)
… Make sure the antenna is connected and placed in the best possible position.
… Power ON the unit and make sure that the PIN code control of the SIM-card
is disabled. This can be done either with the help of a mobile phone or with
the command AT+CLCK. If the PIN code should be enabled in the application,
make sure that the correct PIN code is sent to the modem with the command
AT+CPIN
… Check on the front of the unit that the NET LED is flashing, this means that
the unit has a connection to the GSM network and that it has registered on
the network.
… Check the received signal quality with the command AT+CSQ. The result value
of the first parameter should be between 10 and 31, the value of the second
parameter should always be 0.
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Configuration
The GDW-11 can be configured from the local DTE interface. When the local interface is
used the configuration can be made with AT-commands on the serial interface, or with a
PC-based application configuration tool. Factory default settings can also be obtained by
using a DIP switch locally.
Standard mode is used for basic GSM modem functionality
Advanced mode adds extended command set and functions. See AT+WOPEN.
Commands that require advanced mode are marked
AT-Commands
The most commonly used commands are listed below.
Please refer to the document “GDW AT-Command Guide” for a complete list of all the
available AT-commands and a detailed description of the serial AT-command interface.
+CLCK – Facility lock (PIN code control)
Syntax:
AT+CLCK = <fac>, <mode>, <password>
Parameters:
<fac>
“SC”PIN code control.
More values for <fac> exists, see +CPWD.
<mode>
0
Disable the facility.
1
Enable the facility.
2
Query status.
+CPIN – Enter PIN code
Syntax:
AT+CPIN = <pincode>
Parameters:
<pincode>
4 to 8 digits.
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+CPWD – Change password
Syntax:
AT+CPWD= <fac>, <oldpwd>, <newpwd>
Parameters:
<fac>
"PS"
SIM lock facility with a 8 digits password.
"SC"
PIN enabled (<mode> = 1) / disabled (<mode> = 0).
"AO"
BAOC (Barr All Outgoing Calls).
“OI”
BOIC (Barr Outgoing International Calls).
“OX”
BOIC-exHC (Barr Outgoing. International Calls except to Home Country).
“AI”
BAIC (Barr All Incoming Calls).
“IR”
BIC-Roam (Barr Incoming When Roaming outside Home Country).
“AB”
All Barring services.
“AG”
All outGoing barring services.
“AC”
All inComing barring services.
“PN”
Network lock with a 8 digits password (NCK).
“PU”
Network Subset lock with a 8 digits password (NSCK).
“PP”
Service Provider lock with a 8 digits password (SPCK).
“PC”
Corporate lock with a 8 digits password (CCK).
"P2"
SIM PIN2.
<oldpwd>, <newpwd>
4 or up to 8 or 16 digits according to the facility.
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+CSQ – Received signal strength
Syntax:
AT+CSQ.
Response syntax:
+CSQ: <RSSI>, <BER>
Parameters:
<RSSI>
0
1
2 to 30
31
99
–113 dBm or less.
–111 dBm.
–109 to –53 dBm.
–51 dBm or greater.
Not known.
<BER>
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
99
BER < 0.2%
0.2% < BER <
0.4% < BER <
0.8% < BER <
1.6% < BER <
3.2% < BER <
6.4% < BER <
BER > 12.8%
Not known.
0.4%
0.8%
1.6%
3.2%
6.4%
12.8%
&D – DTR control
TSyntax:
AT&Dn
<n>
0
The DTR signal is ignored.
1Modem switches from data to command mode when DTR swtches from
ON to OFF.
2
An active call is released when DTR switches from ON to OFF.
E – Character echo
Syntax:
ATEn
Parameters:
<n>
0
Echo off.
1
Echo on.
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+ICF – Serial character format
Syntax:
AT+ICF = <format>, <parity>
Parameters:
<format>
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Data bits
–
8
8
8
7
7
7
<parity>
0
1
2
3
4
Odd.
Even.
Mark.
Space.
None.
Parity bit
–
0
1
0
0
1
0
Stop bit(s)
–
2
1
1
1
1
1
+IFC – Serial flow control
Syntax:
AT+IFC = <DCE to DTE>, <DTE to DCE>
Parameters:
<DCE to DTE>
0
None.
2
RTS.
<DTE to DCE>
0
None.
2
CTS.
+IPR – Fixed serial speed
Syntax:
AT+IPR = <serial baudrate>
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Q – Result code suppression
Syntax:
ATQ<n>
Parameters:
<n>
0:
DCE transmits result codes.
1:
Result codes are suppressed and not transmitted.
S-registers
S0 – Automatic answer
Syntax:
ATS0=<value>
V – DCE response format
Syntax:
ATV<n>
Parameters:
<n>
0
(Information responses):
0
(Result codes):
1
(Information responses):
1
(Result codes):
<text><CR><LF>
<numeric code><CR>
<CR><LF><text><CR><LF>
<CR><LF><verbose code><CR><LF>
+WOPEN – Open AT control command
The modem is by default configured with enhanced mode disabled (AT+WOPEN=0).
The advanced mode is needed to get all functionality to work as stated in Datasheets
and User Guide for GDW-11.
When advanced mode is enabled AT&F will do the following:
S0=2;+WRST=1,”024:00”
After disabling advanced mode some unwanted result codes may appear. To get rid of
these extra result codes the following AT commands must be used:
AT+CREG=0
AT+CGREG=0
AT+WIND=0
AT+CGEREP=0
Syntax:
AT+WOPEN=<Mode>
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Response syntax:
+WOPEN: <Mode>[,<IntVersion>[<ExtVersion>]]
Parameters:
<Mode>
0:Stop the Open-AT embedded application. If the product was running,
it resets.
1:Start the Open-AT embedded application. If the product was stopped,
it resets.
2:
Get the Open AT library versions.
3:
Erase the objects flash of the Open-AT embedded application.
4:
Erase the Open-AT embedded application.
5:Suspend (in WAVECOM software kernel) the Open AT embedded application
tasks.
NOTE:
Mode = 3 and 4 are only available if Open-AT embedded application is stopped
(AT+WOPEN=0).
Open AT embedded applications can be resumed with AT+WOPENRES command or the
INTERRUPT feature (see +WCFM command).
<IntVersion>
ASCII string giving the internal Open AT library version.
<ExtVersion>
ASCII string giving the external Open AT library version.
*WPIN – Auto PIN Code
This command configures the modem to automatically control the SIM PIN code.
The command can be used when it’s impossible to disable SIM PIN code check in the
SIM card or when the PIN check needs to be enabled for any other reason. Since the
PIN code is stored in flash memory, the modem will send the PIN code to the SIM
automatically when it is requested.
Syntax:
AT*WPIN=<mode>, <PIN_code>
Parameters:
<mode>
0:
Disable automatic PIN code control.
1:
Enable automatic PIN code control.
<PIN_code>
The SIM PIN code. A string of 4 numerical digits.
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+WRST – Reset command
Syntax.
AT+WRST =<Mode>,<Delay>
Response syntax:
+WRST: <Mode>,<Delay>,<RemainTime>
Parameters:
<Mode>
0:
timer reset is disabled
1:
timer reset is enabled
<Delay>
sets the time before reset
Range “000:01”– “168:59” (format hhh:mm)
<RemainTime>
time before next reset
Range “000:01”–“168:59” (format hhh:mm)
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Application examples
… GDW-11 connected to GDW-11 with DTR signal call
GSM
Network
Configure the units
AT+CPIN=xxxx
AT&F
AT&W
If PIN code required
Set the unit to factory default
Store default settings
Set up the connection – The dialling modem
AT+CPBS=”SM”
AT+CPBW=1,”nnn”
AT&S0
AT%D1
AT&W
Switch DTR from
OFF to ON
Select phonebook as memory storage (this is default)
Store the number of the remote modem in the dialling GDW-11
Set DSR signal always high (if this signal is used to trig the DTR)
Activates automatic DTR dialling if DTR switches from low (OFF)
to high (ON).
Save settings
The modem will now dial the phone number stored in the first location of
the phonebook.
Set up the connection – The answering modem
ATA
E nter the answer command when RING comes from the network or
set up ATS0=1 to auto answer on 1 RING signal (or more than 1).
NOTE: If no valid DTR signal can be provided by external application, the modems DSR signal can
be used to trig the transmission. Connect the DSR signal via a relay, or other potential
free contact, to the DTR signal. A 10 kohm pull down resistor should also be connected
between the DTR and a signal that is always low e.g. the DCD can be used if the modem
is used only for SMS sending:
Relay
DTR
External
application
DSR
DCD
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10 kohm
May be required in harsh environments.
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… GDW-11 connected via CSD-V32 to analogue modem
GSM
Network
PSTN
Network
Configure the GDW-11
AT+CPIN=xxxx
AT&F
AT+CBST=7,0,1
AT&W
If PIN code required
Set the unit to factory default
Set the bearer to V.32 protocol at 9600 bit/s
Store default settings
Configure the TD-36
AT&F
AT&W
SW1: 2,3,5,6 ON
SW4: 5 ON
Set the unit to factory default
Store default settings
Set dip switch 1 to configure the serial speed and format to 9600 bit/s
8 databits, None parity, 1 stopbit
Set dip switch 4 to configure the analogue line protocol To make switch
setting active the power must be cycled OFF -> ON
Set up the connection – The dialling modem
ATDxxxx
Enter the dial command to dial the number to the remote modem
Set up the connection – The answering modem
ATA
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Enter the answer command when RING comes from the network
or set up ATS0=1 to answer on 1 RING signal (or more than 1).
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… GDW-11 connected via CSD-V.110 to ISDN adapter
GSM
Network
ISDN
Network
Configure the GDW-11
AT+CPIN=xxxx
AT&F
AT+CBST=71,0,1
AT&W
If PIN code required
Set the unit to factory default
Set the bearer to V.110 protocol at 9600 bit/s
Save settings
Configure the IDW-90
AT&F
AT**PROT=0
AT**BRN=4
AT**V110LLC=1
AT%B4
AT&W
Set the unit to factory default
Set the B-channel protocol to V.110
Set line baudrate for V.110 to 9600 bit/s
Set low layer compatibility to send detailed information about
V.110 protocol to the called party.
Set local serial baudrate to 9600 bit/s
Save settings
Set up the connection – The dialling modem
ATDxxxx
Enter the dial command to dial the number to the remote modem
Set up the connection – The answering modem
ATA
Enter the answer command when RING comes from the network
or set up ATS0=1 to answer on 1 RING signal (or more than 1).
Note: When using an ISDN adapter it’s sometimes necessary to set up the MSN
(multiple subscriber number) in the ISDN unit. The command AT**MSN=nn
is used to set the msn.
Please refer to the installation manual of the IDW-90 for more information.
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… GDW-11 sending text message with SMS by activating DTR signal
GSM
Network
Configure the GDW-11
AT+CPIN=xxxx
AT&F
AT+CMGW=”0762342489”<CR>
Alarm text message <ctrl+Z>
+CMGW: 1
AT&S0
AT%D2
AT&W
If PIN code required
Set the unit to factory default
Store the destination phone number and the text message
in the SIM card
Its important that location 1 is used (the modem should
respond with +CMGW: 1). If index is more than 1, delete
previously stored message in location 1 with AT+CMGD=
1,0 and then try again.
Set DSR signal always high (if this signal is used to trig the
DTR)
Activates automatic DTR SMS transmission if DTR switches
from OFF to ON.
If settings are needed after power reset its important to save
the configuration with this command.
Send message
Switch DTR from OFF to ON
Sends the short message in the first location of the SIM
memory.
NOTE: If no valid DTR signal can be provided by external application, the modems DSR signal can
be used to trig the transmission. Connect the DSR signal via a relay, or other potential
free contact, to the DTR signal. A 10 kohm pull down resistor should also be connected
between the DTR and a signal that is always low e.g. the DCD can be used if the modem
is used only for SMS sending:
Relay
DTR
External
application
DSR
DCD
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10 kohm
May be required in harsh environments.
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… GDW-11 communicates via GPRS and a PC to public server on Internet
GPRS
Network
Internet
Configure the GDW-11
AT+CPIN=xxxx
AT&F
AT+CGATT=1
AT+CGDCONT=1,”IP”,”xxx”
AT&W
If PIN code required
Set the unit to factory default
Make an attach (register) to the GPRS network
Define the PDP context with APN=”xxx”
Save settings
Connect the GDW-11 to the PC and configure a standard “remote dial-up” connection
in the Windows environment. If the network operator requires username and password,
these must also be correctly filled in.
Set up the connection
Select “dial”
Wait
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Select “dial on the PC” connected to the GDW-11.
Wait until the link is fully connected and verified.
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… GDW-11 communicates via GPRS to another GDW-11 with TCP
socket connection. This example uses SIM cards with fixed IP
addresses.
GPRS
Network
Configure the GDW-11 with a terminal (both units)
AT+WOPEN=1
AT+CPIN=xxxx
AT&F
AT+CGATT=1
AT&W
Enable Advanced mode. Modem will restart
If PIN code required
Set the unit to factory default
Make an attach (register) to the GPRS network
Store settings
Connect to the ISP using GPRS (both units)
AT*WGPRSAPN=”APN_Server”
AT*WGPRSUN=”username”
AT*WGPRSPW=”password”
Set the APN server address
Set the APN username
Set the APN password
Set up the TCP server
AT*WTCPSERV=”255.255.255.255” No filter of the incoming TCP client IP address
AT*WTCPPORT=9000
Set up the TCP port (it must be the same in both units)
AT*WTCPMODE=1
Set this modem to server
Set up the TCP client
AT*WTCPSERV=”123.456.789.123” Set up the servers IP address
AT*WTCPPORT=9000
Set up the TCP port (it must be the same in both units)
AT*WTCPMODE=0
Set this modem to client
Activate the auto connect mode (both units)
AT*WTCPCONNECT=1
AT&W
Activate the GPRS context
Store TCP settings
At the TCP server
Power off / on
Ok
Data
Auto connect at power on
Response from the modem
Data flow is bidirectional (only after the client has connected)
At the TCP client
Power off / on
Ok
Data
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Auto connect at power on
Response from the modem
Data flow is bidirectional (only after the client is connected)
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… GDW-11 485, two wire half duplex
GDW-11 485
GSM
Network
1
Termination
2
3
4
In this application the GDW-11 485 is set to communicate with a number of units with
RS-485 interface. The communication is 2 wire half duplex at 38 400 bit/s.
Configure the GDW-11 485
AT+CPIN=xxxx
AT&F
AT&W
S1:4 ON
S2:1,2 ON
S3:1,3 ON
If PIN code required
Set the unit to factory default
Store default settings
Select 2-wire RS-485 half duplex
Termination / Failsafe active
38.4 kbit/s
To make switch setting active the power must be cycled from OFF to ON.
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Westermo Teleindustri AB • SE-640 40 Stora Sundby, Sweden
Phone +46 16 42 80 00 Fax +46 16 42 80 01
E-mail: info@westermo.com
Westermo Web site: www.westermo.com
United Kingdom
Westermo Data Communications Ltd
Talisman Business Centre • Duncan Road
Park Gate, Southampton • SO31 7GA
Phone: +44(0)1489 580‑585 • Fax.:+44(0)1489 580586
E-Mail: sales@westermo.co.uk
Germany
Westermo Data Communications GmbH
Goethestraße 67, 68753 Waghäusel
Tel.: +49(0)7254-95400-0 • Fax.:+49(0)7254-95400-9
E-Mail: info@westermo.de
France
Westermo Data Communications S.A.R.L.
9 Chemin de Chilly 91160 CHAMPLAN
Tél : +33 1 69 10 21 00 • Fax : +33 1 69 10 21 01
E-mail : infos@westermo.fr
Singapore
Westermo Data Communications Pte Ltd
2 Soon Wing Road #08-05
Soon Wing Industrial Building
Singapore 347893
Phone +65 6743 9801 • Fax +65 6745 0670
E-Mail: sales@westermo.com.sg
North America
Westermo Data Communications
939 N. Plum Grove Road, Suite F
Schaumburg
Chicago
Phone: +1 847 619 6068
Fax: +1 847 619 66 74
E-mail: info@westermo.com
Taiwan
Westermo Data Communications Co
F2, No. 188, Pao-Chiao Rd.
Shing-Tien City
Taipei 23145
Phone:+886 2 8911 1710
E-mail: info@westermo.com
Westermo Teleindustri AB have distributors in several countries, contact us for further information.
REV.B 6615-2203 2011-11 Westermo Teleindustri AB, Sweden – A Beijer Electronics Group Company
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Sweden
Westermo Data Communications AB
Svalgången 1
SE-724 81 Västerås
Phone: +46 (0)21 548 08 00 • Fax: +46 (0)21 35 18 50
E-Mail: info.sverige@westermo.se
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