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  • EM3 GSM INTERFACE Installer's manual Version 1.0
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  • INDEX 1.INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................................................4 2.CONNECTION......................................................................................................................................4 3.THE EM3 PCB AND TERMINAL BLOCKS....................................................................................5 4.DISCRIPTIONS OF TERMINAL BLOCKS ....................................................................................6 ALARM INPUTS.....................................................................................................................................7 ALARM OUTPUTS.................................................................................................................................8 SMS - MESSAGES...................................................................................................................................8 5.EM3 - PROGRAMMING MODE.......................................................................................................9 6.INDICATIONS....................................................................................................................................10 7.START UP...........................................................................................................................................11 8.TECHNICAL DATA...........................................................................................................................11 3
  • 1. INTRODUCTION EM3 can be use for different applications in GSM network: • Back-Up for standard PSTN telephone line • Stand-alone telecommunication unit (instead off PSTN line) • Money saver in offices; GSM to GSM calls from desk phone (FCT- Fixed Cellular Terminal ) EM3 can also be used in connection with different telephone equipment such a: • Alarm panels with built in digital communicator • Automatic voice, digital or signal telephone diallers • Standard telephone sets • PABX – private telephone exchanges Note: EM3 is an interface between analog telephone equipment and GSM network. It is possible to transmit exactly the same data which is programmed in the Alarm Control Panel or other communication device (for instance: ID protocol, Voice messages...). It can also be used for voice communication between two users. 2. CONNECTION • Insert SIM card into your personal GSM phone and program the parameters you need (see chap. PROGRAMING). • Insert SIM card into SIM holder on GSM module. • Connect Power Supply – P2 (12 – 16V DC). Use the power from the Alarm Control Panel or wall adapter power supply. • Connect the Back-up battery – P1 (12V/0.8 Ah). • Connect the standard PSTN telephone line – P4 (if present) on terminal blocks TLa1/TLb1. • Connect a telephone unit – P3 (control panel, Communicator, telephone dialler, telephone set…) on terminal blocks Ta1/Tb1. 4
  • 3. THE EM3 PCB AND TERMINAL BLOCKS EM3 Connections LED2 - Red G S M a n te n n a c o n n e c to r G S M m o d u le c o n n e c to r L E D 1 - G re e n G SM m o d u le S IM c a r d h o ld e r JP 1 O UT1 E a r t h L in e F a il u r e O UT2 G S M N e tw o r k F a ilu r e O UT3 L o w le v e l o f t h e G S M s ig n a l O UT4 O p tio n a l +12V +12V D C A U X G ND G N D IN P 1 A la r m In p u t 1 IN P 2 A la r m I n p u t 2 IN P 3 A la r m I n p u t 3 IN P 4 G S M N e tw o r k P r io r ity P 1 - B a tte ry b a c k -u p P 2 - P o w e r S u p p ly P 4 - S ta n d a r d E a r t h T e l. L in e P 3 - V M 3 M A r t if ic ia l T e l. L in e P 5 - A n ti-T a m p e r P3 - EM3M Artificial Tel. Line 5
  • 4. DISCRIPTIONS OF TERMINAL BLOCKS P1 - Battery back up connector. In the original metal box it’s possible to place a 0.8Ah/12V battery. Red connector is for positive and black connector is for negative voltage battery supply. P2 - Power Supply connector the left side of the P2 is positive voltage (+ 12 Volts DC) and the right site is GND voltage. P3 - Terminal blocks for telephone connecting on the EM3 artificial telephone line. When the PSTN line is connected on the EM3 (Tla/Tlb) all communication will be carried out though PSTN line. If the telephone line is cut, EM3 will automatically switch on the artificial telephone line and the communication will be carried out by the GSM network. In the case iwhere a standard telephone line is not present at all, it will work automatically though the GSM network. Ta1 – terminal 1 (TIP) Tb1 – terminal 1 (RING) P4 - Terminal blocks for standard telephone line connection. It is possible to connect telephone line from public telephone network (PSTN) or internal telephone line from office telephone exchange (PABX). TLa - standard telephone - line a TLb - standard telephone - line b GND - solid earth ground P5 - Terminal blocks for connecting anti-tamper loop from tamper switch on PCB (N.C.). JP1 - jumper - IDCON – hardware option (the same function as IDCON=1 on SIM- card) - SIM data reload – only for Service 6
  • ALARM INPUTS Each alarm input can send short SMS messages (18 characters) on 9 different telephone numbers. You must enter phone number that will receive the SMS message in the PHONE BOOK – NUMBER for each SMS messages. How to program alarm inputs and SMS messages: PHONE BOOK – NAME: AI11ALARM_ON_INPUT PHONE BOOK – NUMBER: 07741345675 This means that the fist number (07741345675) will receive an SMS message (ALARM ON INPUT 1) when input 1 is triggered Note: This function can be applied only for GSM telephones. • ALARM INPUT 1 PHONE BOOK – NAME 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 A I 1 1 A L A R M _ O N _ I N P U T A I 1 2 A L A R M _ O N _ I N P U T A I 1 3 A L A R M _ O N _ I N P U T · · · · · · · · A I 1 9 A L A R M _ O N _ I N P U T Note: Number of input will be added to text automatically (ALARM ON INPUT 1). You can write your own messages. • ALARM INPUT 2 PHONE BOOK – NAME 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 A I 2 1 A L A R M _ O N _ I N P U T A I 2 2 A L A R M _ O N _ I N P U T A I 2 3 A L A R M _ O N _ I N P U T · · · · · · · · A I 2 9 A L A R M _ O N _ I N P U T Note: Number of input will be added to text automatically (ALARM ON INPUT 2). 7
  • • ALARM INPUT 3 PHONE BOOK – NAME 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 A I 3 1 A L A R M _ O N _ I N P U T A I 3 2 A L A R M _ O N _ I N P U T A I 3 3 A L A R M _ O N _ I N P U T · · · · · · · · A I 3 9 A L A R M _ O N _ I N P U T Note: Number of input will be added to text automatically (ALARM ON INPUT 3). • INPUT 4 GSM Network Priority If you connect GND to this input, EM3 will transmit on GSM network only. Even if the Wire Line (PSTN line) is present! ALARM OUTPUTS OUTPUT 1 – (Open Collector Output) it goes ON when the Earth Line is cut or damaged. OUTPUT 2 – (Open Collector Output) it goes ON when the GSM Network is out of order. OUTPUT 3 - (Open Collector Output) it goes ON when the GSM signal is very low. EM3 - GSM still works. OUTPUT 4 - Temporary not in use (for future application). SMS - MESSAGES • PERIODIC TEST SMS EM3 - GSM PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION (Default) PTM Empty Period from 1 – 240 hours How to change text for Periodic Text Message: 8
  • PHONE BOOK – NAME 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 A I 5 1 P E R I O D I C _ T E S T A I 5 2 P E R I O D I C _ T E S T A I 5 3 P E R I O D I C _ T E S T · · · · · · · · A I 5 9 P E R I O D I C _ T E S T Note: You can also send Periodic Test Message to 9 different phone numbers. • SIM CARD REFILL GSM PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION (Default) RFT Empty Refill in days from 1 –36 NOTE: RTF value (1-36) actually means days multiplied by 10. So 1 for 10 days and 36 for 360 days. NOTE1: After you refill SIM card you must put the RFT value on manually!!! 5. EM3 - PROGRAMMING MODE IMPORTANT!!! Before you insert the SIM card into holder of GSM module or external GSM phone, please disable the PIN CODE!!!! To program the EM3 parameters put the SIM card into Your personal GSM phone. Add programming parameters in SIM Card “Phone Book”. You can program the following parameters: • LANET - standard telephone line (PSTN) local area prefix (max. 4 No.) • TLCHK – PSTN line check period (in seconds from 1 – 250) • IDCON – ID CONTACT format (1 = ON, 0 = OFF) • GSMPR – GSM network priority switching delay for INP1 • OUTPR – Exit number from PABX (office exchange, usually 0 or 9) 9
  • SIM CARD PHONE BOOK NAME NUMBER Default Comment LANET empty TLCHK empty or »0« 60 sec. PSTN line check every 60 sec. IDCON empty or »0« Normal Voice Channel GSMPR empty or »0« 30sec. Auto. switch on GSM after 30 sec. if the IN1 is going active OUTPR empty NOTE: When you use new or empty SIM card or no parameters are programmed by you, EM3 will automatically accept the default values (see table). How to program the parameters (example) The local telephone number prefix for Inner London is 0207. The EM3 is connected on the local telephone exchange and outgoing number is »0«. We'd like to check PSTN line every 30 second. If the Input 1 goes active we want to switch on GSM network (even if the PSTN line is O.K.) after 15 seconds. The protocol which we'd like to send to the Monitoring Station is ID contact. (See table) SIM CARD PHONE BOOK NAME NUMBER Comment LANET 0207 Local area prefix TLCHK 30 PSTN line check every 30 sec. IDCON 1 ID contact protocol GSMPR 15 Automatic switch on GSM network after 15 sec., if INP1 is active OUTPR 0 Outgoing prefix from PABX NOTE: Some control panels can send ID protocol without using IDCON function. When the transmition of the ID protocol is bad, than is necessary to use the IDCON= 1! When the IDCON is active ”1” voice conversation with EM3 is not possible! 6. INDICATIONS EM3 uses two LED diodes for status indication: 10
  • • LED 1 – green Level of GSM signal. LED flashes from 1 pulse (very bad signal) up to 5 pulses (very good signal). • LED 2 – red LED is turned ON when PSTN line is off (not connected or cut). When the red LED is »ON« the EM3 automatically uses GSM network for transmitting. 7. START UP When the SIM card is programmed with the desired parameters put it into SIM card holder on the GSM module. Connect the antenna cable into the antenna plug on the GSM module. Connect the power supply and back-up battery. Connect the Ta1 / Tb1 directly to control panel (TIP/RING) or other communication device. If the EM3 is used for the PSTN line back-up than it is necessary to connect the standard line (PSTN line) on P4. Switch on the power supply and wait for a few second until the LED1 (green LED) will start flashing. The EM3 is now ready to operate. 8. TECHNICAL DATA • Power Supply: 12V DC (from 10 – 18V DC) • Maximum current in transmition mode: 2A peak • Average current in transmition mode: 250 mA • Current in idle mode: 30 mA • PCB dimensions: 98 x 125 mm • Metal box dimensions: 114 x 218×36mm • Antenna: Dual Band rubber antenna with FME connector or external (3m cable) antenna with FME connector (optionally) GSM module main features: • Dual band GSM 900/1800 MHz • Data, voice, SMS and fax • Data speed up to 14,4 Bps • Low power consumption: - idle mode 3,5 mA, 11
  • - speech mode 250 mA (average) • Full type approval • Compliant to GSM phase 2/2+ • 12
  • The EM3 connection with standard alarm control panel T h e V M 3 t y p ic a l c o n n e c t io n w it h s t a n d a r d A la r m C o n t r o l P a n e l EM3 VM 3 P S T N /G S M A la r m C o n t r o l P a n e l IN T E R F A C E w it h d ig ita l o r v o ic e c o m m u n ic a t o r HO M E R IN G T IP P1 P2 P4 P3 P6 + B a tt. - 12V D C 2 3 0 VA C TELECO M (P S T N ) S e c o n d a r y te le p h o n e e q u ip m e n t B a c k -U p b a tt. 1 2 V /1 ,2 A h S o li d e a r t h g r o u n d EM3 connection with private analog telephone exchange T h e V M 3 t y p ic a l c o n n e c t io n w it h E P A B X - P r iv a t e A n a lo g T e le p h o n e E x c h a n g e U s e e x te r n a l G S M a n te n n a ( it m u s t b e a t le a s t 1 , 5 m a w a y f r o m V M 3 ) EM3 I N T . T e l. N o . 1 VM 3 P S T N /G S M EPABX I N T . T e l. N o . 2 IN T E R F A C E P r iv a t e a n a lo g o f fic e e x c h a n g e u n it I N T . T e l. N o . 3 I N T . T e l. N o . 4 P1 P2 P4 P3 P6 E PABX TR U N KS I N T . T e l. N o . n + B a tt. - 1 2V D C to T E L E C O M a n a lo g li n e s B a c k -U p b a tt. 2 3 0 VA C 1 2 V /1 ,2 A h 13