G-SWITCH-22 GSM Device Pocket Installation Guide

G-SWITCH-22 GSM Device Pocket Installation Guide
G-SWITCH-22 2G GSM Module
Installation Guide
TM
Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd
www.CentSys.com
1. Introduction
The G-SWITCH-22 GSM Module allows up to 1200 individual users to
activate a maximum of two outputs on the Module using their mobile
phones.
These outputs can be used to open a gate, activate an alarm system,
turn on a borehole pump1, etc. Activation can be either via a
Missed Call (free), Please Call Me message (free), or a pre-specified text
message (SMS).
In addition, users can also be notified by SMS, of the activation of either
of the two Inputs on the Module, in the event of an alarm activation, a
power failure, etc. The Input Module of the G-SWITCH-22 can be
configured to react to rising, falling or both edges, and different
messages can be set for rising and falling edges. It also boasts adjustable
Filter and Blanking Times and an event counter, all of which are discussed
in detail in the ‘Special functionality’ section of the separate Programming
Guide. The secure, online G-WEB portal provides another means of
programming and administering your G-SWITCH-22 and gives you
access to several advanced features.
The Module is over-the-air bootloadable via the G-WEB interface,
meaning that it is not necessary to waste precious time and fuel to go to
site, and updates to the firmware etc, can be done from the comfort of
your home or office.
1. May require additional external switchgear
2. Important Safety Instructions
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9.
All installation, repair, and service work to this product must be done by
a suitably qualified person.
Do not in any way modify the components of the system.
Do not install this product near sensitive electrical components.
(e.g. the DOSS sensor inside a gate motor housing)
Do not install the equipment in an explosive atmosphere: the presence
of flammable gas or fumes is a serious danger to safety.
Do not leave packing materials (plastic, polystyrene, etc.) within reach
of children as such materials are potential sources of danger.
Dispose of all waste products like packing materials, according to local
regulations.
Centurion Systems does not accept any liability caused by improper use
of the product, or for use other than that for which the automated
system was intended.
This product was designed and built strictly for the use indicated in this
documentation. Any other use, not expressly indicated here, could
compromise the service life/operation of the product and/or be a source
of danger.
Anything not expressly specified in these instructions is not permitted
This icon indicates tips and other information that could be useful
during the installation.
This icon denotes variations and other aspects that should be
considered during installation.
3. Security Consideration
It is strongly advised that a pre-paid SIM card (with limited airtime) is used,
and that it is also PIN-code protected. These measures will give you peaceof-mind as they will ensure that your SIM card will have little or no value
should it ever get stolen. Record the IMEI of your G-SWITCH-22 in the
blocks provided in Section 6. In the event that the G-SWITCH-22 is stolen,
you can use the IMEI number to blacklist the G-SWITCH-22.
4. General Description
The G-SWITCH-22 GSM Module uses the GSM mobile phone network to
enable remote control and communication between itself and up to 1200
authorised users via their mobile phones.
A valid, activated SIM card is required in order to use the Module on the
GSM network.
When programming the G-SWITCH-22, each user’s phone number can
be set to:
& Activate a specified output with a Missed Call (free)
& Activate either output via a unique, user-defined SMS or one of twenty
pre-programmed default SMSs (more convenient)
& Be notified by a unique, user-defined SMS of either of the two Inputs
being activated
& Activate Output 1 via a free Please Call Me message
& Programming of the Module is password-protected
& All users calling or sending an SMS to the Module need to
ensure that their Caller Line Identification Presentation (CLIP)
is activated on their phone to ensure that the Module
recognises the user’s learned-in phone number
& Contract SIM cards used in the G-SWITCH Module also need
to have CLIP enabled
& The Module requires a power supply of 11V-30V DC, capable of
delivering 500mA peak current
& Both outputs are potential-free, and rated to 30V DC @ 1A
& Both normally-open and normally-closed contacts are provided
& Inputs can be set to react to falling or rising edges, or both
5. Technical Specifications
Physical specifications:
Supply voltage range:
Standby current:
Maximum current:
Operating temperature:
Output relay rating:
Housing material:
Degree of protection:
Inputs voltage range:
11V² -30V DC only
100mA
500mA
-20°C - +85°C
1A @ 30V DC (Output 1 and 2)
ABS
IP55
0 – 24V (0 - 1.6V Low level, 1.7V - 24V
High level)
Functional specifications:
Memory capacity:
Memory retention:
Output pulse time range:
Network required:
SIM card required:
Outputs:
Inputs:
1200 individual numbers plus 3000 logs
>200 years
1ms to 50 days (default 1 sec)
GSM 900/1800MHz
Yes (activated)
Two (potential-free)
Two (reacts to rising edge, falling edge,
or both)
2. Should the supply voltage fall to below 10.6V, the G-SWITCH-22 will SMS the Admin
Number (first number in the system) that there is a problem with the power supply
6. G-SWITCH-22 GSM Module Identification
1
5
2
SN:MP0613252172931
S2-1040S-Z092Z
FCC ID:UDV-0912142009007
4
IMEI:013227004865964
3
6
7
8
12V-24V DC +
12V-24V DC –
IN 1
GND
IN 2
N/C1
N/O1
COM1
N/C2
N/O2
COM2
1. Diagnostic LEDs:
L1 - Indicates that unit is storing information (backing up)
L2 - 'Heartbeat' indicator; indicates that the unit is powered up and
running
L3 - Indicates that the unit is in GPRS Mode, i.e. uploading
information to the web interface
L4 - 'Connected to network' indicator
2.
Backup Module port
3.
Terminals
4.
SIM card inside SIM card holder
5.
LED Signal strength indicators
6.
Antenna
7.
IMEI number
(Record your IMEI number here)
8.
Defaulting jumper
7. Required Tools and Equipment
Screwdriver - 3.5mm flat
Side cutter
Drill
Drill bits - 5mm masonry
6mm drill bit
& Silicone sealant
& Fasteners and rawl plugs
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&
&
&
8. Mounting Instructions
The housing of the G-SWITCH-22 is weatherproof, allowing it to be
mounted externally in order to receive the maximum GSM network signal.
However, the unit can be mounted inside the housing of the device that it is
operating, such as the gate motor if the GSM network signal is adequate
(refer to Section 11 – GSM Network Signal Detection).
The following section describes the procedure for mounting the unit to
either an internal or external wall. If mounting the G-SWITCH-22
externally, give consideration to its location as it should not be within reach
of unauthorised persons.
8A. Remove Cover
Cover
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Slot
Screwdriver
8.1. Insert screwdriver into slot and twist.
8B. Mount Unit
Cover
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Circuit
board
8.2. Remove the cover and unclip the circuit board from the retaining clips.
Rawl plug
Mounting
position
Fastener
8.3. Mark position of the unit against the mounting surface.
8.4. Using a 5mm masonry bit, drill a hole into mounting surface.
8.5. Mount the unit using suitable fasteners.
6mm
drill bit
8.6. Use a 6mm drill bit to open the required cable entry hole.
8.7. Re-insert the circuit board and ensure that the retaining clips are
holding it in place.
Cable saddles
Cable
8.8. Fix the cable to the wall using cable saddles.
8.9. Seal all the holes with silicone sealant.
9. Wiring Diagrams
9A. Connections
SN:MP0613252172931
S2-1040S-Z092Z
FCC ID:UDV-0912142009007
IMEI:013227004865964
Relay 2 Output
N/C1N/01 COM1 N/C2N/02COM2
Relay 1 Output
+ -
Input 1
normally-open
contact
Input 2
normally-open
contact
12-24 DC
Power supply +
11V-30V DC only
9.1. Supply the unit with 11V-30V DC only.
9.2. The Inputs are potential-free and must be pulled to GND/common
for the Module to react.
9.3. Both outputs are potential-free. Some applications might require an
external link between NEG and COM.
9.4. Mount the antenna in a suitable place.
9B. Example 1
Typical connection to the D5-Evo sliding gate motor
D5-Evo
controller
+-
12V-24V DC -
12-24 DC
12V-24V DC +
Input 1
GND
N/02
COM2
N/C1N/01 COM1 N/C2N/02COM2
N/01
COM1
G-SWITCH-22
9.5. Output 1 is connected to Trg and will open gate fully.
9.6. Output 2 is connected to Ped and will open the gate to pedestrian
opening.
9.7. Input 1 will send an SMS to subscribed numbers when the Beam
Alarm is triggered (gate Safety Beams must be activated and
mapped to Aux IO).
9C. Example 2
Remote geyser control with feedback
L
2 pole
geyser
isolator
11V - 30V DC
power supply
12-24 DC
N
In4007 diode
+-
Geyser on
Geyser off
N
L
Geyser
11V - 30V DC
2 pole
relay
N/C1N/01 COM1 N/C2N/02COM2
230V
2 pole
contactor
10. Insert Activated SIM Card
Locking
mechanism
SIM card
housing
10.1.
Slide the SIM card housing’s locking mechanism up to release
the housing.
Ensure that a SIM card that goes into the Module for the first time
is not PIN-protected. After the initial setup, please insert the SIM
into your mobile phone, activate the PIN code protection and then
re-insert the PIN-protected SIM card back into the
G-SWITCH-22.
SIM card housing
10.2. Raise the SIM card housing.
SIM card
SIM card
housing
10.3. Insert the activated SIM card and ensure that the SIM card is
correctly oriented. Align the cropped corner to be in the correct
position as per the diagram on the circuit board.
SIM
card
Locking
mechanism
SIM card housing
10.4.
Once the SIM card is inserted correctly in the SIM card housing,
lower the housing onto the circuit board. Then slide the SIM
card housing locking mechanism down to ensure that the SIM
card housing is securely locked in place.
10A. Replace Cover
10.5.
Hook the top of the
edge of the cover onto
the top of the unit.
10.6.
Lower the cover and
press securely into
position.
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11. GSM Network Signal Detection
When powered up, the G-SWITCH-22 signal strength indicator LEDs will
light up indicating the GSM network signal strength.
The GSM signal strength can be determined based on the combination of
the three LEDs that illuminate:
SN:MP0613252172931
S2-1040S-Z092Z
FCC ID:UDV-0912142009007
IMEI:013227004865964
LEDs
3
5
2
3
1
1
4
2
Signal strength
1/5
2/5
3/5
4/5
5/5
LED
1
1+2
2
2+3
3
The signal strength can be queried by sending the ‘Request
signal strength’ command (p.xxxx.CO.SS) to the Module.
The querying phone will receive a reply SMS with a value of 5
(strongest) to 1 (weakest) indicating the signal strength.
The GSM signal strength may be enhanced by repositioning the antenna.
Ideally the antenna should be mounted externally, and away from any
sensitive electrical components.
Double-sided
tape
Antenna
The rear side of the antenna has a double-sided tape backing, which
may be used to affix the antenna to a desirable location. Please
ensure that the surface to which you affix the antenna is smooth,
clean and dry, to ensure reliable adhesion.
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