Functionality of the following devices is available in three different platforms, 110, 343 and 686, with different hardware resources, shown in Table of hardware platforms.
Analog inputs can be configured to work as voltage or current inputs. Relay outputs have large current capacity, so they can be used to directly drive 220V consumers and they can also operate in pulse mode.
Devices can be configured by Decode GSM Utility free software through RS232 connection, and afterwards setup of device perimeters is possible. This device parameter setup can also be done via SMS.
SMS Reporter is industrial GSM/SMS telemetry device which uses GSM network for transferring commands, alarms and data by using SMS messages.
SMS Reporter handles remote reading of analog and digital inputs and managing relay outputs by sending SMS message. Moreover, SMS reporter can be adjusted to send SMS messages on each state change of analogue and digital input. Each analogue and digital input has SMS table for up to 8 different SMS numbers.
GPRS Router is industrial GSM/GPRS communication device which uses GSM network for transferring commands, alarms and data. Basic function of device is to manage transfer of industrial protocols over GPRS and to connect remote PLCs to SCADA programs over the VPN/GPRS network. Therefore, in addition to classic GPRS terminals, this device enables routing of fixed IP addresses and sending data from remote locations to center. Currently, GPRS Router supports Modbus and OMRON Hostlink protocols, but it can be adjusted to support other industrial protocols based on asynchronous serial communication. It is also possible to configure the device as MODBUS slave by allocating internal address.
GPRS Router handles transfer of asynchronous serial data between two devices in point to point configuration, or between more than two devices in star configuration (replacement for master-slave RS485 network). Device can be configured to work as master or slave via command mode. Master can establish connections with slave modules by using dynamic route selection from routing table. Slave modules can have one or more fixed routes to master module (also placed in routing table), selectable by setting code combination on four digital inputs. By allocating internal address to slave device, internal MODBUS slave is activated. In other words, slave is then behaving like RTU.
GSM Key is a GSM relay management device that uses GSM network for managing one relay output with free call. Managing of relay output is allowed to numbers defined in user list that can contain up to 200 GSM numbers.
GSM key enables remote management by one free call using one relay output. Device can be configured to send SMS about status changes on digital input.
SMS Gateway is industrial GSM/SMS communication device that uses GSM mobile network for distribution of commands, alarms and data, using SMS messages.
SMS Gateway enables remote communication with remote control stations (equipped with PLC controller) by sending SMS messages. This enables remote management of control station, and, on the other side, it enables control station to notify users about changes of states and alarms. SMS Gateway can be adjusted to send SMS messages when state on digital input is changed. It is possible to enter up to 8 different numbers for digital input. Relay output can be managed by sending adequate SMS command.
|Platform||Relay outputs||Optocoupler inputs||Analog inputs|
|GSM||SIMCOM SIM900D |
Quad-Band GSM/GPRS 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
Compliant with GSM phase 2/2+ standard
|Output power||Class 4 (2W at 850/900MHz)|
Class 1 (1W at 1800/1900MHz)
|SIM card||Mini SIM, 1.8V/3.0V|
|Serial interface RS232||DCE configuration, DB9 female|
|Serial baud rate in command mode||9600 bps, 8N1|
|Analog inputs||6/3/0* inputs with conjoint bulk, with adjustable software:|
- current inputs 0-20mA or 4-20mA
- voltage inputs 0-5V or 0-10V
|Digital inputs||8/4/1* inputs with conjoint bulk, separated with optocouplers|
Nominal 12V DC – 24V DC max 30V DC
Logic 0 – Input voltage < 4V DC
Logic 1 - Input voltage >5V DC
Counting mode: 0 - 65535 pulses
|Relay outputs||6/3/1* relays with NO contacts, 5A, 30V DC / 250V AC|
|Antenna connector||SMA female, GSM 50Ω antenna with 3m cable included|
|LED indication||Power ON, GSM ON, Ready, Busy|
|Power supply||DC power supply, from 8 to 30V|
|Power supply connector||Pluggable screw clamp 5mm, 2.5mm2|
|Power consumption||Standby 0.2W, max 3W|
|Dimension||35x85x58 mm; 70 x 85 x 58 mm; 105x85x58mm (without connection blocks)|
|Temperature range||-20°C to +75°C, 0 to 95% RH (non condensed)|
|Mounting||DIN 35mm rail|
|GT900 - 110||10416||1 relay output, 1 digital input||€165|
|GT900 - 343||10417||3 relay outputs, 4 digital inputs, 3 analog inputs||€200|
|GT900 - 686||10418||6 relay outputs, 8 digital inputs, 6 analog inputs||€250|
*Minimum functionality kit needs to include the device, appropriate power supply and GSM antenna. Please note that all accessories are sold separately.
|ANT-GSM-R||21760||GSM Rod antenna, 2.2 dBi, SMA, quad band||€5|
|ANT-GSM-S||21757||GSM Swivel antenna, 2.2 dBi, SMA, quad band||€6|
|ANT-GSM-M||23266||GSM antenna, Magnetic mount, cable 2.5m, 2.2 dBi, SMA, quad band||€7|
|PS-1212-AD||10261||AC/DC adapter, DC12V 12W, AC100-240V 50/60Hz]||€8|
|PS-2415-DIN||23601||Power supply, DIN rail mount, DC24V 15W, AC85-264V 50/60Hz|
|CB-DB9MF-2M||21745||Serial Cable Assembly 1.8~2m, DB9 Male to DB9 Female|
|ENCL-DIN35-H2||23485||35mm DIN Rail Holder, Plastic|