Mounting The Unit; Testing The Gsm Module - GE ATS7310 Installation Sheet

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Mounting the unit

Figures 1 to 4 legend
Item
Description
1.
Screws
2.
Flat cable
3.
Extension pillars with the plastic rings on existing pillars
4.
Screws on clips
5.
Screws on extension pillars
Mounting the ATS7310 into ATS4000 or ATS1000A-SM control
panels
See Figure 1 for ATS4000, and Figure 3 for ATS1000A-SM.
1.
Remove the screws (item 1) and lift off the control panel PCB.
2.
Place the extension pillars with the plastic rings on top of the
existing pillars (item 3).
3.
Place the clips in the square holes (item 4).
4.
Mount the ATS7310 using the screws and extension pillars
(item 5).
5.
Place the ATS control panel PCB back into its original position.
Mounting the ATS7310 into ATS2000, ATS3000, ATS4500, and
ATS1000A-MM control panels
See Figure 2 for ATS2000, ATS3000, and ATS4500. See Figure 4 for
ATS1000A-MM.
1.
Place the clips in the square holes (item 4). Use metal pillars
when available.
2.
Mount the ATS7310 using screws.
Connecting the GSM module
WARNING:
Disconnect the AC mains plug from the AC mains wall
socket.
1.
Remove the battery wires that run from the battery to the
control panel.
2.
Add the blue tap connectors to the red and blue (or black)
battery leads.
3.
Connect the additional wires, which will be clamped to the
GSM module.
4.
Before clamping ensure that the battery leads will reach the
GMS module as well as the battery.
5.
Connect the red wire to CON1+ and the battery.
6.
Connect the blue (or black) wire to CON1− and the battery.
7.
Connect the flat cable (item 2 in Figures 1 to 4) between the
control panel (MI connector) and the ATS7310 (connector
CON2 or COM3).
8.
Connect the antenna to the GSM module.
9.
Insert the SIM module into the SIM socket (SIM).
10. Apply power to the control panel and to the GSM module.
11. Check the field strength (RSSI LED). When required, move the
antenna in order to get the best signal.
P/N 146376999-3 • REV 3.0 • ISS 29OCT09

Testing the GSM module

To check the correct reporting to the Central Station, we
recommend you to create an event (for example, a test call, an
opening, or a closing event), and to ensure that the Central Station
receives this event successfully.
Description of the ATS7310
Figure 5 legend
Item
Description
Function
1, 2.
CON2, CON3
MI bus, system connector. Connects to the ATS
panel.
3.
DIP switch
See Table 1 below.
4.
CON5
GSM Update.
5.
LEDs
Status LEDs.
6.
SIME LED
SIM Status LED.
7.
CON4
Diagnostics / update.
8.
CON6
Diagnostics.
9.
CON1+
Battery + connection. See picture on PCB next to
CON1.
CON1
Not connected.
CON1−
Battery − connection.
10.
ANTENNA
SMA antenna connector.
11.
SIM
SIM socket. Holds GSM SIM card.
DIP switch
The DIP switch provides the functionality described in Table 1
below.
Table 1: DIP switch description
No.
Name
Function
1.
MI_0
MI address selection
2.
MI_1
MI address selection
3.
BOOT
Firmware update mode
4.
HiLo
GSM update mode
5.
Test
Factory test mode
LEDs
In the following LED descriptions, a flash is defined as 250 ms on
and 250 ms off. Groups of flashes are separated by 1 s off.
MI_ST
The MI_ST LED (green) displays the status of the communication
interface to the panel.
Table 2: MI_ST LED status
Duty cycle
Rate (±10%)
Description
100%
Power on (in case none of the cases below
are valid)
0%
No power or power failure
25%
1 s
Initialization OK, waiting for communication
50%
1 s
Everything OK, communication running
75%
500 ms
Hardware failure
50%
250 ms
Failure in communication, waiting for
reinitialization
Default value
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
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