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Telemetry Module MT-102 User's Manual - BlueNote Communications

Telemetry Module MT-102 User's Manual - BlueNote Communications

Registers

Registers P2SND_B1…P2SND_B512 constitute sending buffer, while register P2SND_NO controls the transmission. Writing a non zero value to P2SND_NO triggers transmission of data packet with length equal to the value written into P2SND_NO from sending buffer. Data is transmitted from the beginning of the buffer, so the first Byte of the packet is taken from P2SND_B1 register. After emptying the buffer, the register P2SND_NO is automatically zeroed thus informing that the next packet may be prepared for sending. Register P2SND_Bx may be modified only when P2SND_NO is zeroed. If transmission error occurs (for example during transmission to P2SND_NO the value higher than 512 was written), P2SND_err bit in binary outputs space is set high. Bit P2SND_err is not zeroed automatically so in order to use it in diagnostic purposes it must be zeroed by user's program. Resources Name Space (address DEC) Description P2SND_NO int. Registers (1023) Register controlling sending P2SND_B1…513 int. Registers (1536…2047) Sending buffer P2SND_err Output bits (61) Sending error signaling 8. Configuration 8.1. General informations The configuration of MT-102 module, as is the case for other modules in the MT series, is carried out using the MTM (MTManager) program portal, delivered free of charge to users of our telemetry solutions. The portal is a specialized environment providing full control of the entire telemetry system regardless of the system's size. The possibility of dividing hardware resources into Projects and Folders facilitates efficient management of very complex telemetry systems. After adding a new module to the environment and selecting it, all module parameters are available for editing. Detailed description of functions and their applications are to be found in MTM user manual. NOTICE! Availability of different functions and parameters depends on module's firmware version and the settings of parameters they may be dependent on. 8.2. Parameter groups For clarity and ease of use, the operating parameters of MT-102 module are divided into logically or functionally connected groups in the following order: Header group - contains unmodifIable parameters describing the module, its firmware and configuration. General group - contains basic parameters defining module's operating mode GPRS group - contains necessary parameters to log in to GPRS network and defines parameters vital for transmission reliability. 31

Authorized numbers group - contains lists of phone numbers and IP addresses of other terminals authorized for communication with configured module. Operating mode group - contains parameters necessary for configuring currently selected operating mode. Resources group - defines parameters for hardware and software resources related to reading and processing measurement data. Rules group - contains lists of transmission tasks to be carried out upon occurrence of activating criteria. 8.2.1. Header Header of parameter structure describes MT-102 telemetry module. It holds basic information unique to the module, the configuration contained by module and configuration file version. Information displayed is not user editable and solely used for verification and information purpose. 8.2.1.1. Module name Function - displays name assigned to module during configuration Data type - text Range - n/a, read-only parameter Comments - n/a 8.2.1.2. Module type Function - displays the type of configured telemetry module Data type - text Range - n/a, read-only parameter Comments - n/a 8.2.1.3. Module serial number Function - displays serial number configured telemetry module Data type - text Range - n/a, Read-only parameter Comments - this field displays module serial number assigned during manufacturing. This number is static and unique identifier of the unit. 8.2.1.4. IMEI number Function - displays GSM modem's IMEI number Data type - text Range - n/a, read-only parameter Comments - n/a 32

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