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GW1500 Getting Started Guide
P3N1-E312-01ENZ0
Be sure to read this.
GW1500
Getting Started Guide
Thank you very much for purchasing the GW1500 (hereinafter abbreviated as the
device).
The device is a gateway device that is used with the FUJITSU Managed Infrastructure
Service FENICS II M2M service. The device cannot be used for any other purposes.
This manual explains points of which you should be aware before using the device and
methods for installing and setting the device.
Be sure to read this manual before using the device.
September, 2014 First edition
April, 2020 2nd edition
This manual uses recycled paper.
This document includes specified technology pursuant to the "Foreign Exchange and Foreign
Trade Control Act".
Therefore, permission pursuant to the same Act is required when you export this document or provide
it to a non-resident.
Screen images are used in accordance with Microsoft Corporation's guidelines.
Copyright FUJITSU LIMITED 2014-2020

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  • Page 1 Thank you very much for purchasing the GW1500 (hereinafter abbreviated as the device). The device is a gateway device that is used with the FUJITSU Managed Infrastructure Service FENICS II M2M service. The device cannot be used for any other purposes.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide Contents Structure and Usage of This Manual ............3 Safety Precautions ................... 6 Chapter 1 Overview ............13 Package Contents/Parts Name and Functions ......13 1.1.1 Package Contents ................13 1.1.2 Device Front View ................14 1.1.3...
  • Page 3: Structure And Usage Of This Manual

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide Structure and Usage of This Manual The following explains items you should know to help you use this manual efficiently. Manual System The following manuals are provided with the device. Read them to match your purpose.
  • Page 4 GW1500 Getting Started Guide Chapter 2 Device Installation Describes the process and conditions for installing this device. Chapter 3 Device Settings Describes the method for setting this device. Marks Used in This Manual The marks used in this manual indicate the following contents.
  • Page 5 GW1500 Getting Started Guide UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group in the United States and other countries. Other company names or product names described in this manual are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of each company. The ® and ™ symbols are not always indicated with system names or product names described in this manual.
  • Page 6: Safety Precautions

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide Safety Precautions Warning Signs This manual contains important information about the safe use of this device. To prevent injury to the user or others, and to prevent property damage, be sure that you understand the following safety precautions and symbols before using this device.
  • Page 7 GW1500 Getting Started Guide Be sure to follow these instructions in order to use the device safely. This symbol Warning indicates the possibility of a serious or fatal injury if the device is not used properly. Warning List Do not insert or pull out the DC cord...
  • Page 8 GW1500 Getting Started Guide Warning List Do not use a cleaning spray Never insert anything into an (includes flammable materials) for interface connector except for a cleaning. connector of the compliant circuit. Damage and/or device failure, or Doing so may cause fire or device...
  • Page 9 GW1500 Getting Started Guide This symbol indicates the possibility of minor or moderate personal injury. Caution They also indicate improper usage may damage the device or instruments connected to the device. Cautions Do not touch the device for a long time Do not stack the device.
  • Page 10 "Licensing" in "FUJITSU Managed Infrastructure Service FENICS II M2M-GW Getting Started Guide (Japanese version)", is absolutely not permitted.
  • Page 11 -A power-saving function -High recycling rate This mark indicates that this is a Green Product that complies with Fujitsu Limited's Green Product evaluation standards. For details of Fujitsu's environmental activities, see the following page (environmental activities) on Fujitsu's home page: http://www.fujitsu.com/global/about/environment/...
  • Page 12 GW1500 Getting Started Guide For details about disposing of this product, refer to "FUJITSU Managed Infrastructure Service FENICS II M2M-GW Getting Started Guide (Japanese version)". High Frequency Current Rating This product complies with the high frequency current rating JIS C 61000-3-2.
  • Page 13: Chapter 1 Overview

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide Chapter 1 Overview This chapter describes the contents of the package, parts name and functions, and options for the device. Package Contents/Parts Name and Functions Check the contents of the package before using the device. 1.1.1 Package Contents The following items are included with the device.
  • Page 14: Device Front View

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide - Product Warranty The warranty for this device. - Safety Precautions This manual contains important information about the safe use of the device. 1.1.2 Device Front View Lamps FCC certification label Warning label - FCC certification label Indicates a certification label for FCC/ICES-3.
  • Page 15: Device Top View And Lamps

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide Details on the lamps are shown below. Lamp Lamp Status Display Conditions Name Color ETH1 Indicates that the ETH1 port link is not established. LINK/ACT Green Blinking Indicates that the ETH1 port link is communicating. Indicates that the ETH1 port link is established.
  • Page 16 GW1500 Getting Started Guide Details on the lamps are shown below. Lamp Lamp Status Display Conditions Remarks Name Color Indicates that the power is not turned on. Indicates that the device is operating Green normally. Blinks simultaneously Indicates that the device is being reset to...
  • Page 17: Device Base Surface

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide may be a device error. Please contact an engineer or an approved engineer of our company. 1.1.5 Device Base Surface Importer's label Reset switch Device nameplate Rubber feet mount positions - Reset switch (INIT) Press and hold (for approx. two seconds) to reset the device to the factory default settings (initial status).
  • Page 18: Device Side View

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide 1.1.6 Device Side View <View from the Left Side> <View from the Right Side> Security Slot USB Port - USB port (USB 2.0 standard) Used to connect the optional mobile adapter. Mobile adapters are used to enable the GSM or 3G wireless communication between the device and the center.
  • Page 19: Chapter 2 Device Installation

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide Chapter 2 Device Installation This chapter describes the installation process and conditions for installing this device. Checking the Installation Environment Check the following points before installation: - All package contents listed in "1.1.1 Package Contents" on page 13 in this manual are included with the device.
  • Page 20 GW1500 Getting Started Guide Power Supply Conditions Use the device under the following electrical conditions. Item Condition Input voltage DC 10 to 19 V AC adapter Input: AC 100 to 240 V (Option) Output: DC 12 V Maximum Power 12 W...
  • Page 21 GW1500 Getting Started Guide Temperature and Humidity Conditions Conditions for temperature and humidity are as follows. Item Condition Remarks Temperature Operating -20°C to +55°C 0°C to 40°C when using the AC adapter ambient (option) temperature Storage -30°C to +65°C -20°C to 65°C for the AC adapter (option)
  • Page 22: Confirming The Area For Installation (And Maintenance)

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide Checklist Use the following checklist to confirm that the conditions are met. Contents to Check Check Result Nothing is placed on the device. The device is not placed vertically. The device is not installed in a location where there is direct sunlight, near a heater, or in a location with large amounts of humidity or dust.
  • Page 23 GW1500 Getting Started Guide <Table-Top Installation> With a Mobile Adapter (Unit: mm) (Unit: mm) Installation Area Maintenance Area <Wall-Mounted Installation: When Using the Magnet Sheet> (Unit: mm) (Unit: mm) Installation Area Maintenance Area <Wall-Mounted Installation: When Using the Wall-Mounting Equipment> Without a Mobile Adapter...
  • Page 24: Device Installation

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide <Wall-Mounted Installation: When Using the Wall-Mounting Equipment> With a Mobile Adapter (Unit: mm) (Unit: mm) Installation Area Maintenance Area Device Installation The method for installing the device is described as follows. Before installation, make sure that the device power is off and confirm the installation environment.
  • Page 25: Wall-Mounted Installation

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide 2.2.2 Table-Top Installation The device can be placed on a flat table. Prepare the rubber feet (x4) and screws (x4) that are included. Caution - Do not place the device vertically. Doing so may fall components and cause injuries, damage, or device failures.
  • Page 26 GW1500 Getting Started Guide Using the Magnet Sheet Mount the device on a wall as a single unit using a magnet sheet. Use the GW2HWMG01 magnet sheet (option). When using the magnet sheet, do not attach the rubber feet to the device.
  • Page 27 GW1500 Getting Started Guide Installing the device with its rear (ETH port side) facing towards the ceiling, or installing the device on the ceiling as illustrated below is prohibited. Magnet Sheet Magnet Sheet Attention! - Attach the magnet sheet to the base surface of the device before installing it on the wall.
  • Page 28 GW1500 Getting Started Guide Using the Wall-Mounting Equipment Mount the device on a wall as a single unit using the wall-mounting equipment. Use the GW2HWMK01 wall-mounting equipment (option). When using the wall-mounting equipment, do not attach the rubber feet to the device.
  • Page 29 GW1500 Getting Started Guide Install the wall-mounting equipment with the device fastened to the wall. Install it to the wall by fastening four M4 screws for sections A and two M5 screws for sections B. Screws are not included, so you have to prepare them.
  • Page 30: Connecting The Mobile Adapter

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide Connecting the Mobile Adapter The following describes the procedure for connecting the optional mobile adapter to the device. When installing, we recommend that you use the mobile adapter mounting bracket (option) to prevent the mobile adapter from coming off.
  • Page 31 GW1500 Getting Started Guide Fasten the mobile adapter before installing the device. Install the device with either of the following configurations. - Table-top installation - Wall-mounted installation (Using the wall-mounting equipment) For details on the table-top installation, refer to "2.2.2 Table-Top Installation" on page 25.
  • Page 32: Chapter 3 Device Settings

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide Chapter 3 Device Settings This chapter describes the method for setting this device. Configure the device with the following procedure: (1) Connecting the Device to the Setup Computer (2) Turning the Device Power On (3) Setting the IP Address of the Setup Computer...
  • Page 33: Turning The Device Power On

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide <View from the Rear> The device LAN port supports the Auto-Negotiation function. By enabling the Auto-Negotiation function for the connected computer, the connection is Tips automatically established at the maximum supported speed (a maximum of 100 Mbps in full duplex mode).
  • Page 34 GW1500 Getting Started Guide <View from the Top> Warning If external tension is applied to the DC cord or AC adapter, the wire may break or a contact failure may occur, resulting in electrical shock or fire. Wire the end of the DC cord (the side without a plug) to suit the power supply environment.
  • Page 35: Setting The Ip Address Of The Setup Computer

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide Maximum rated currents for circuit breaker: 3A Be sure to use a circuit breaker that shuts down both poles at the same time. - Be sure to select circuit breakers and shutdown devices that function correctly with the device specifications in the list of "Power Supply Conditions"...
  • Page 36 GW1500 Getting Started Guide The [Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) Properties] dialog box is displayed. Step 4 Step 3 Specify the IP address for the setup computer. Select [Use the following IP address] and specify an IP address and subnet mask on the same network as the device.
  • Page 37: Logging In To The Device

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide Click the [OK] button several times until the displayed dialog boxes are closed. After setting the IP address for the setup computer, execute the ping command and check the network connection. Tips The following shows an example of when the device IP address is "192.168.1.1".
  • Page 38: Settings For The Device

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide Enter the user name and the password. Enter "admin" for the user name. Enter "m2msgw!admin" for the password (default value). Press the [Enter] key to log in to the device. Immediately after login, the device is in operation management mode.
  • Page 39: Setting Device Specific Information (Id/Password)

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide 3.5.2 Setting Device Specific Information (ID/ Password) Set device specific information using the following commands: - Setting the ID for the device (sgw id command) - Setting the password for the device (sgw password command) [Setting Procedure] Execute the configure command to move to the configuration definition mode.
  • Page 40: Setting The Device Ip Address

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide [Setting Procedure] Execute the instrument license key command to set the license information. For the command option, enter the license key (16 alphanumeric characters). If you have purchased multiple instrument management licenses, perform this operation on each license.
  • Page 41: Setting Information For The Instruments Connected To The Device

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide 3.5.5 Setting Information for the Instruments Connected to the Device Set the information of the instruments that are connected to the device as shown below. You need to set the information for each instrument that is connected.
  • Page 42: Operation After Setup

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide For <number>, specify the instrument definition number (decimal number from 1 to 110). For <type>, specify whether or not to perform a ping monitoring for the instruments that are connected. If the connected instruments support ICMP (ping monitoring), specify "1".
  • Page 43 GW1500 Getting Started Guide Attention! If the backup file for the configuration definition information and instrument management license information does not exist, the recovery may take some time. Storing the License Agreement (for Instrument Management License) If you purchased an optional instrument management license, make sure that you keep the License Agreement in a safe place.
  • Page 44 GW1500 Getting Started Guide Setting Relay Rules and Filter Rules To enable the notification of the device information that is set in "3.5.5 Setting Information for the Instruments Connected to the Device" on page 41 via the device, or to enable access from the center to the instruments that are connected to the device, it is necessary to set the relay rules and the filter rules.
  • Page 45: Fcc Compliance Statement

    GW1500 Getting Started Guide FCC Compliance Statement FCC WARNING: Changes or modifications not expressy approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pur- suant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
  • Page 46 GW1500 Getting Started Guide P3N1-E312-01ENZ0 Publishing date April, 2020 Publisher FUJITSU LIMITED - Do not reprint part or all of this manual without permission. - This manual is subject to change for improvement without notice. - Our company assumes no liability for any infringement on third party patent rights or other...