1 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 1 of 35 User Manual Revision English GSM I/O and Alarms Modem for Website information: for Price information: Benefits and Main Features: Very easy to configure SMS / Call for trigger an output Wide power input range Temperature range: -20 C / +70 C (-4 F / +158 F) HD67302-B2-xx Other Products Analyzer / Scanner /Sniffer, M-Bus Multi-Drop Converter RS232/RS485 to Optic Fiber (RS232, SL) (RS232, DL) (RS485, SL) (RS485, DL) Isolator & Repeater, RS485 CAN, CANopen, J1939, DeviceNet, NMEA2000 Analyzer CAN, CANopen, J1939, DeviceNet, NMEA2000 from/to USB Do you have an your customer protocol? See the following links: Do you need to choose a device? do you want help? Ask it to the following link:
2 INDEX: Page INDEX 2 UPDATED DOCUMENTATION 2 REVISION LIST 2 WARNING 2 TRADEMARKS 2 SECURITY ALERT 3 INTRODUCTION 4 THE HARDWARE 4 THE SOFTWARE 4 CHARACTERISTICS 4 INSTALLATION 4 USE OF COMPOSITOR SW NEW CONFIGURATION 6 LOAD CONFIGURATION 7 SAVE CONFIGURATION 8 UPDATE DEVICE 9 SOFTWARE PREFERENCES 12 PHONE SETTING 13 INPUT SETTING 14 OUTPUT SETTING 16 DATE & TIME SETTING 20 CONNECTION SCHEME 23 POWER SUPPLY 24 FUNCTION MODES 25 LEDS 26 DIGITAL INPUT 27 DIGITAL OUTPUT 29 ANALOG INPUT 30 SIM 31 USB 31 MECHANICAL DIMENSIONS 32 ORDERING INFORMATIONS 33 DISCLAIMER 34 OTHER REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS 34 WARRANTIES AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT 35 RETURN POLICY 35 PRODUCTS AND RELATED DOCUMENTS 35 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 2 of 35 UPDATED DOCUMENTATION: Dear customer, we thank you for your attention and we remind you that you need to check that the following document is: Updated Related to the product you own To obtain the most recently updated document, note the document code that appears at the top right-hand corner of each page of this document. With this Document Code go to web page and search for the corresponding code on the page. Click on the proper Document Code and download the updates. To obtain the updated documentation for the product that you own, note the Document Code (Abbreviated written "Doc. Code" on the label on the product) and download the updated from our web site REVISION LIST: Revision Date Author Chapter Description /05/2011 Fl All First Release /09/2012 Fl All Software changed (v1.008) /02/2013 Nt All Added new chapters WARNING: ADFweb.com reserves the right to change information in this manual about our product without warning. ADFweb.com is not responsible for any error this manual may contain. TRADEMARKS: All trademarks mentioned in this document belong to their respective owners.
3 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 3 of 35 SECURITY ALERT: GENERAL INFORMATION To ensure safe operation, the device must be operated according to the instructions in the manual. When using the device are required for each individual application, legal and safety regulation. The same applies also when using accessories. INTENDED USE Machines and systems must be designed so the faulty conditions do not lead to a dangerous situation for the operator (i.e. independent limit switches, mechanical interlocks, etc.). QUALIFIED PERSONNEL The device can be used only by qualified personnel, strictly in accordance with the specifications. Qualified personnel are persons who are familiar with the installation, assembly, commissioning and operation of this equipment and who have appropriate qualifications for their job. RESIDUAL RISKS The device is state of the art and is safe. The instrument can represent a potential hazard if they are inappropriately installed and operated by personnel untrained. These instructions refer to residual risks with the following symbol: This symbol indicates that non-observance of the safety instructions is danger for people to serious injury or death and / or the possibility of damage. CE CONFORMITY The declaration is made by us. You can send an to or give us a call if you need it.
4 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 4 of 35 INTRODUCTION: The GSM I/O and Alarms Modem is a powerful, flexible and economic instrument which is used to control Digital and Analog I/O by SMS or Phone Call. The instrument is composed of the following: module hardware with GSM connection, USB interface that connects to a personal computer, two Digital Input terminal, two Digital Output terminal, one Analog Input terminal and a free software for MS Windows, Linux and MacOS. THE HARDWARE: The device is available in three models. These models differ in the type of Digital Input (see ORDERING INFORMATIONS section). THE SOFTWARE: To obtain the software please go to (This manual is referenced to the last version of the software present on our web site). The software works with MS Windows (MS 2000, XP, Vista, Seven, 8; 32/64bit), Linux and MacOS. CHARACTERISTICS: This product has the following characteristics: 2 Digital Output; 2 Digital Input; 1 Analog Input; SMS alert of the change of state of the Digital/Analog Input; Setting Output via SMS and/or call; Mountable on 35mm Rail DIN; Power Supply 8 24V AC or 8 35V DC; Temperature range -20 C / +70 C (-4 F / +158 F). INSTALLATION: Extract the file downloaded from our web site and follow the procedure to install the software.
5 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 5 of 35 USE OF COMPOSITOR SW67302: Figure 1: Main window for SW67302
6 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 6 of 35 NEW CONFIGURATION: By pressing the New Configuration button it is possible to create a new project assigning the name in the field near the button OK that is used for create it. Figure 2: New Configuration window
7 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 7 of 35 LOAD CONFIGURATION: By pressing the Load Configuration button it is possible to load an existing project by selecting one of the list that appears. A device configuration can also be imported or exported: To clone the configurations of a GSM I/O and Alarms Modem in order to configure another device in the same manner, it is necessary to maintain the folder and all its contents; To clone a project in order to obtain a different version of the project, it is sufficient to duplicate the project folder with another name and open the new folder with the button Load Configuration. Figure 3: Load Configuration window
8 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 8 of 35 SAVE CONFIGURATION: By pressing the Save Configuration button it is possible to save the project. There are two possibilities: or save the current configuration, by pressing the button Save ; or save with a new name by pressing the button Save As... and writing the name in the field above the button. Figure 4: Save Configuration window
9 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 9 of 35 UPDATE DEVICE: By pressing the Update Device button it is possible to load the created Configuration into the device; and also the Firmware, if is necessary. For doing this follow these instructions: Turn On the device; Connect the USB cable from the PC to the device; Select the COM port; Select which operations you want to do. You can select only Write Firmware, only Write Configuration or both of them; Press the Update Device button to start the upload. When all operations are OK the Configuration/Firmware on the device is correctly updated. For the updating, the device must be on Boot Mode. This modality is self-managed by the SW So when you press the Update Device button the device is automatically put on Boot Mode and when it have complete the operations is put on Normal Mode. Figure 5: Update Device window to follow these instructions: Turn Off the device; Put the device at Boot Mode by Dip2 of Dip-Switch A ; Turn On the device; Check the LEDs. LED1 and LED3 must blink quickly; Connect the USB cable from the PC to the device; However if the device doesn t go to Boot Mode automatically it is necessary to act on the Dip-Switch A (see FUNCTION MODES section for found the correct Dip) and it is necessary
10 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 10 of 35 Select the COM port; Select which operations you want to do. You can select only Write Firmware, only Write Configuration or both of them; Press the Update Device button to start the upload; When all operations are OK turn Off the device; Put the device at Normal Mode by Dip2 of Dip-Switch A. At this point the Configuration/Firmware on the device is correctly updated. Note: When you install a new version of the software it is better if the first time you do the update of the Firmware in the HD67302-B2 device. Note: When you receive the device, for the first time, you have to update also the Firmware in the HD67302-B2 device.
11 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 11 of 35 Warning: If the Fig. 6 appears when you try to do the Update before require assistance try these points: Check if the serial COM port selected is the correct one; Check if the Cable is connected between the PC and the device; Try to repeat the operations for the updating; Try to use another USB port; Try to restart the PC; Try with another PC; If you are using the program inside a Virtual Machine, try to use in the main Operating System; If you are using Windows Seven or Vista, make sure that you have the administrator privileges; Take attention at Firewall lock. Figure 6: Protection window In the case of HD67302-B2 you have to use the software SW67302 :
12 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 12 of 35 SOFTWARE PREFERENCES: By pressing the Software Preferences button it is possible to select the language of the SW Figure 7: Software Preferences window
13 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 13 of 35 PHONE SETTING: By pressing the Phone Setting button it is possible to insert the PIN Code of the SIM Card. Another thing that is possible to do is enable the Automatic switch of the Time; this by acting the field Enable automatic switch in daulight saving time and beck (Only for Europe). This feature is available only for the Europe. Figure 8: Phone Setting window
14 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 14 of 35 INPUT SETTING: DIGITAL SETTING The device has two Digital Input. For both of them it is possible to do the same operations described in this section. There are two possibilities: Sending a SMS when the Input changing from 0 to 1 by checking the field Send follow SMS when Digital Input change from value 0 to value 1 ; Sending a SMS when the Input changing from 1 to 0 by checking the field Send follow SMS when Digital Input change from value 1 to value 0. For both cases there is the possibility to insert also different phone numbers and different SMS texts. Figure 9: Input Setting Digital window For both cases the SMS will be sent only when the Input is to the other state for at least the time inserted in the field For a time major of Milliseconds.
15 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 15 of 35 ANALOG SETTING The device has one Analog Input. The operations are described in this section. There are two possibilities: Sending a SMS when the Input goes above a certain threshold voltage by checking the field Send follow SMS when Analog Input is Higher than Volt ; Sending a SMS when the Input goes below a certain threshold voltage by checking the field Send follow SMS when Analog Input is Lower than Volt. For both cases there is the possibility to insert also different phone numbers and different SMS texts. Figure 10: Input Setting Analog window For both cases the SMS will be sent only when the Input is above or below for at least the time inserted in the field For a time major of Milliseconds.
16 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 16 of 35 OUTPUT SETTING: The device has two Digital Output. For both of them it is possible to do the same operations described in this section. i.e. using SMS and/or Call for trigger an event. SMS By pressing the field SMS it is possible to enable the function of change the state of output using a SMS. There are three possibilities: SET output by SMS, used for close the relay contact; RESET output by SMS, used for open the relay contact; IMPULSE Output by SMS, used for make an impulse with a defined duration. The duration of the impulse is defined with the field Pulse duration Milliseconds. The maximum value that the impulse can have is 60000ms. Figure 10: Output Setting SMS window For all cases there is the possibility to insert, in the field near the event, the text of the SMS that is used for trigger the event.
17 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 17 of 35 If the field Enabled on Phone Number is checked only the phone number written in the table is able to do the operation to the Digital Output; otherwise all numbers that send the defined SMS are able to do the operation. If the field Enabled on Password is checked the SMS sent must contain the password written in the field near the command. It is possible to select only one of them, both of them or none of them. If none of them are selected, all numbers can perform an event. Below there are some examples of the functioning with all cases. It is possible to write also other words in the SMS, the important thing is that the SMS text have to contain exactly the text defined in the compositor. The Password can have a maximum length of 16 characters. All characters are accepted. If the field Send back an echo SMS is checked the device sends back to the sender the same SMS if the event is successful done. In the table Enabled users control phone number it is possible to insert the various Phone Numbers and for each Number give a Profile. The possible Profile are: 0: Always enabled; 1: Weekly 1; 2: Weekly 2; 3: Weekly 3; 4: Daily 1; 5: Daily 2; 6: Daily 3; 7: Date 1 [Not used in this moment]; 8: Date 2 [Not used in this moment]; 9: Date 3 [Not used in this moment].
18 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 18 of 35 Phone Number Enable on Phone Number Enable on Password SET RESET IMPULSE SMS sent, by Result SO1, a Set Digital Output 1 a X SO1 RO1 IO1 ssto1, a None sro1, a Reset Digital Output 1 Imp2, a None 1234 SO1, b Set Digital Output 1 b 1234 SO1 RO1 IO1 RO1 1234, b Reset Digital Output IO1, b Impulse on Digital Output 1 Imp1, b None 1234 SO1, c Set Digital Output 1 c X 1234 SO1 RO1 IO1 RO1 1234, c Reset Digital Output IO1, c Impulse on Digital Output 1 IO1, c None 1234 SO1, d Set Digital Output 1 d SO1 RO1 IO1 RO1 1234, n Reset Digital Output 1 IO1, b Impulse on Digital Output 1 Imp2, a None Figure 11: Examples for Enabled on Phone Number and Enabled on Password
19 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 19 of 35 CALL By pressing the field CALL it is possible to enable the function of change the state of output using a Phone Call. There are three types of operations: Automatic hang Up after Hang Up Risings Number, used for hang up after the numbers of rings expressed in the field Hang Up Rings ; Under Ring Number, used for trigger an event if the number of rings is under the value expressed in the field Ring Number ; Above Ring Number, used for trigger an event if the number of rings is above the value expressed in the field Ring Number. For all operations, there are the three possibilities like the use of SMS, i.e.: Set output, used for close the relay contact; Reset output, used for open the relay contact; Figure 11: Output Setting CALL window Impulse output, used for make an impulse with a defined duration. The duration of the impulse is defined with the field Pulse duration Milliseconds. In the table it is possible to insert the various Phone Numbers and for each Number give a Profile. The possible Profile are the same described in the subsection SMS of section OUTPUT SETTING.
20 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 20 of 35 DATE & TIME SETTING: By pressing the Date & Time Setting button it is possible to change the Date & Time of the device and create the Profiles. The Profiles are used for limiting the time of the operations that the users, that have assigned a Profile, can perform. Profile 0 is used for give to an user the possibility to make the operations all the time in a day. DATE & TIME In this section it is possible to change the Date & Time of the device. There are two possibilities: Insert an own Date & Time, by compiling the fields hh, mm, ss, dd, mm, yy ; and then pressing the button Set Custom Date & Time ; Insert the PC date & Time, by pressing the button Set PC Date & Time. It is possible also read the Date & Time of the device and also the Firmware Version by pressing the Read Status Device button. For doing these operations it is necessary to connect the device through the USB to the PC and select the COM port. The device must be at Normal Mode. For the year (yy) you have to insert only the last two digits. Figure 12: Date & Time Setting Date & Time window
21 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 21 of 35 PROFILE (WEEKLY) There is the possibility to define up to three Weekly Profile Weekly 1, Weekly 2, Weekly 3. For enable the Profile the field Enable Profile Weekly X must be checked. For each day there are 48 time slot of 30 minutes each. If an user have a Profile but the Profile isn t enabled, the user cannot perform the event. If you want to use one of Daily Profile you must insert one of these numbers in the Cell Profile of Output Setting SMS or Output Setting CALL sections: 1: for Weekly 1; 2: for Weekly 2; 3: for Weekly 3. Figure 12: Date & Time Setting Profile Weekly window
22 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 22 of 35 PROFILE (DAILY) There is the possibility to define up to three Daily Profile Daily. For enable the Profile the field Enable Profile Daily X must be checked. For each day there are 48 time slot of 30 minutes each. If an user have a Profile but the Profile isn t enabled, the user cannot perform the event. If you want to use one of Daily Profile you must insert one of these numbers in the Cell Profile of Output Setting SMS or Output Setting CALL sections: 4: for Daily 1; 5: for Daily 2; 6: for Daily 3. Figure 13: Date & Time Setting Profile Daily window
23 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 23 of 35 CONNECTION SCHEME: Figure 14: Connection scheme for HD67302-B2
24 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 24 of 35 POWER SUPPLY: The device can be powered at 8 24V AC and 8 35V DC. For more details see the two tables below. VAC VDC Vmin Vmax Vmin Vmax 8V 24V 8V 35V Consumption at 24V DC: Device W/VA HD67302-B2 3.5 Caution: Not reverse the polarity power HD67302-B2 Note: The device cannot be fed only by the USB port (Connector2), but it is necessary to use an external power supply on Connector1.
25 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 25 of 35 FUNCTION MODES: The device has got two functions mode depending of the position of the Dip2 of Dip-Switch A : The first, with Dip2 in Off position (factory setting), is used for the normal working of the device. The second, with Dip2 in On position, is used for upload the Project and/or Firmware. For the operations to follow for the updating (see UPDATE DEVICE section). According to the functioning mode, the LEDs will have specifics functions (see LEDS section). Note: Using the XXXX software it is possible to put the device at Boot Mode for the updating of Project and/or Firmware, and also put the device at Normal Mode when these operations are finished. This without restart the device and without operate with Dip-Switch A Dip2.
26 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 26 of 35 LEDS: The device has got three green LEDs that are used to give information of the functioning status. The various meanings of the LEDs are described in the table below. LED Normal Mode Boot Mode 1: Device State Blink slowly Blink quickly Off: Not initialized. Call in progress. 2: Modem State Regular flashing: Initializing 3 second On, ½ second Ooff: Initialized and connected to the phone cell Off 3: Device State / Call Blink slowly: Run Blink quickly: Call in progress Blink quickly
27 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 27 of 35 DIGITAL INPUT: There are two types of Digital Input that the device can have: The one that controls with the signal on the Positive wire; The one that controls with the signal on the Negative wire. Depending on the product code, you can identify what kind of inputs you have: HD67302-B2-02: 2 Digital Inputs with driving on Positive wire; HD67302-B2-20: 2 Digital Inputs with driving on Negative wire; HD67302-B2-11: 1 Digital Input with driving on Positive wire and 1 Digital Input with driving on Negative wire. Pin Description Port 5 Positive wire Digital Input 1 (DI1) 6 Negative wire 7 Positive wire Digital Input 2 (DI2) 8 Negative wire Warning: Maximum voltage applied: 48V DC Warning: Minimum voltage applied: 12V DC Warning: In the case of HD67302-B2-11 Digital Input Port 1 (Connector 5) is Positive wire driving and Digital Input Port 2 (Connector 6) is Negative wire driving
28 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 28 of 35 POSITIVE WIRE CONTROL: In this case the Input have a fixed signal that is the ground of the signal (Pin 6 / 8) and to the other Pin (5 / 7) there is the positive signal that can be applied or not. NEGATIVE WIRE CONTROL: In this case the Input have the fixed signal in the Positive wire (Pin 5 / 7) and the other Pin (6 / 8) is driven, for example, by an Open Collector output.
29 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 29 of 35 DIGITAL OUTPUT: The Digital Output are clean contact relay. It is possible to drive a load of maximum 24V DC that consume 250mA. Pin Description Port 1 Relay contact Digital Output 2 (DO2) 2 Relay contact 3 Relay contact Digital Output 1 (DO1) 4 Relay contact Warning: Maximum voltage applied: 24V DC Warning: Maximum current: 250mA
30 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 30 of 35 ANALOG INPUT: The Analog Input is 0 10V DC type. The conversion is made by a 10-bit ADC. Pin Description Port 9 Negative wire Analog Input (AI) 10 Positive wire (max 10V DC) Warning: Maximum voltage applied: 10V DC
31 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 31 of 35 SIM: For remove the SIM card from the housing you must push the Button1 and extract the SIM-holder. USB: The USB connector (Connector2) is a Type-B Female. So the cable must be a Type-B Male. ANTENNA: The Antenna connector is a SMA Female ( Female Outer Shell and Female Receptacle ) so the Antenna must have a SMA Male connector.
32 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 32 of 35 MECHANICAL DIMENSIONS: Figure 15: Mechanical dimensions scheme for HD67302-B2
33 Document code: MN67302_ENG Revision Page 33 of 35 ORDERING INFORMATIONS: The ordering part number is formed by a valid combination of the following: HD67302 B 2 02 Digital Input Type 02 = two Digital Input with Positive wire control 20 = two Digital Input with Negative wire control 11 = one Digital Input with Positive wire control and one Digital Input with Negative wire control Connectors Type 2 = Fixed Screw Terminal Enclosure Type B = Modulbox 4M DIN Rail mounting Device Family HD67302 = GSM I/O and Alarms Modem Order Code: HD67302-B GSM I/O and Alarms Modem with two Digital Input with Positive wire control Order Code: HD67302-B GSM I/O and Alarms Modem with two Digital Input with Negative wire control Order Code: HD67302-B GSM I/O and Alarms Modem with one Digital Input with Positive wire control and one Digital Input with Negative wire control
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