Long distance report- and information systems
Eventmodem-devices are obsolete! MESSI replaces the Eventmodem-devices.
You can find more about this device on the product-page of the device.
- Digital in-/outputs, each one configurable as opener or closer
- 8 report targets per input
- Fax, e-mail, SMS, Pager and Voice (fixed report texts)
composed of Event-Modem A200 and X332
composed of Event-Modem G200 and X332
|Supply voltage:||24V DC +/- 20%|
|Power consumption:||4 watt|
|Handling/Configuration:||4 DIP-Switch for operating states|
to the PLC:digital in-/outputs
to the PD/PC:RS232
|Integrated modem:||analogue modem V92 / GSM-modem|
|Operating temperature:||-20 - +60°C|
|Case:||plastic case for DIN-rail mounting|
|Dimensions:||110 x 125 x 60 mm|
|Scope of delivery:|
Cable 9pin 1to1
Attention: telephone-cable / GSM-antenna not included in scope of delivery
Direct Voice - speach output with EventModem
The receiver will be called by conventional telephone network or by mobile phone with a direct voice message. If a connection comes off the message will be transmitted.
By direct dialling up the fax machine a message is carried out to a fax-receiver. If a connection comes off the message will be transmitted.
Remote Maintenance via keyboard and voice
The EventModem remote station will be called directly by conventional Telephone network or by. If a connection comes off, digital In- and Outputs for teleswitching will be transmitted. Each device can both transmit state of things and accordingly receive switch signals.
Remote switching with Eventmodem to Eventmodem
The EventModem will be called by conventional Telephone network or by mobile phone. With a direct voice message and DTMF–tone dialling the corresponding output will be set-up. If a switching operation has come off a speech output will confirm it.
Message via SMS (SMSC)
A SMS to a mobile phone is basically send by SMSC. Within the GSM-network it takes place via on-net SMSC. Thereby it’s unimportant in which mobile network the receiver is.
The message is activated by:
- digital contacts (relays, motion detector...)
- serial interface (PLC, PC, Microcontroller ...) bitserial (PLC)
The detection system transmits the SMS to the mobile network operator. The mobile network operator provides the SMS to the mobile phone. Optionally the detection system dials the mobile phone to „wake up“ the receiver or to initiate the confirmation handling.
Cyclic data logging or data logging on occasion is realisable. The log data will be transmitted e.g. once a day via e-mail.
Special data logger functions can be implemented on request and are not part of the basis functions.
To switch a EventModem-output via SMS
Switching an output via SMS is an integrated function of the EventModem. Herewith the switching operation will be secure and comprehensible from afar.
order data applications technical data
|9370-8-AT||Special phone-cable for Austria|
RJ12 plug <=> telephone plug of Austria
|9370-8-BE||Special phone-cable for Belgium|
RJ12 plug <=> telephone plug of Belgium
|9370-8-CH||Special phone-cable for Switzerland|
RJ12 plug <=> telephone plug of Switzerland
|9370-8-D/USA||Phone-cable analogue Germany+USA|
RJ12 plug <=> RJ12 plug
with TAE-adapter for Germany
|9370-8-DK||Special phone-cable for Denmark|
RJ12 plug <=> telephone plug of Denmark
|9370-8-FR||Special phone-cable for France|
RJ12 plug <=> telephone plug of France
|9370-8-GB||Special phone-cable for Great Britain|
RJ12 plug <=> telephone plug of Great Britain
|9370-8-NL||Special phone-cable for Netherlands|
RJ12 plug <=> telephone plug of the Netherlands
|9370-SET||Phone-connector-set 16parts Obsolete|
|9370-TAE||TAE junction box|
analogue telephone box (NFN)
for on-wall mounting
|9379-ANT||Magnetic base antenna|
for TP, TS + MPI-Modem
|9391.1||24V DC power-supply unit 625mA|
Primary 110V - 240 VAC Euro+USA-plug