What does awl mean when writing SMS

  1. 08.03.2008, 09:57#1
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    Hello fellow colleagues.

    I have an S7-400 with MPI bus, Profibus and Ethernet. The customer would now like to have error messages sent to a cell phone via SMS. At the moment there are 15 collective error messages, but there will definitely be more (as I know the customer)

    What kind of devices would you use or do you even use successfully?

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    hi Axel ...

    i have a similar application when it comes to sending sms ...

    I've also been busy with it for the last few days and decided on a gsm modem from TIXI ...

    take a look at the deltalogic website, you will surely find something there, i just bought it from a friend who sells deltalogoic products in switzerland ... (www.wito-ag.ch) there are many there too Info...

    I think it's great, insert the SIM card, configure messages and send them by bit message, you can even set up an alarm cascade.
    Unfortunately, I haven't finished installing it yet and the software is still missing, but according to the instructions and software for the modem, it's quite simple and has a great range of functions ...

    greetings from switzerland and have a nice weekend ...

    Milo ...
    send sms

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    Sali Axel

    I also use similar applications. However, I can still control the system remotely via SMS.

    I would also recommend the Tixi modem. If you use the HM71 / HG71, you have even integrated the teleservice. The modem is connected directly to the MPI. Programming is easy when you use the Tila software. However, I use Tico, it is more complicated, but you have a lot more functions. But if you just want to send SMS, Tila is enough.

    Greetings from Switzerland

    Ralph
     

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    You get maximum flexibility if you tinker something yourself with CP443 and GSM modem:

    http://www.sps-forum.de/showthread.p...&highlight=SMS
    (first page, at the bottom, article number 10 from me)

    also in this topic a solution with ts adapter is described - which you might have anyway.


    I don't know the tixi modems, but I suspect that they are the easiest to use in terms of configuration.
    (you can do that too, the other two solutions are based on awl / scl ... )

    The question is whether you can handle the tixi thing with 15 messages or more.

    With the cp343 solution, you are totally flexible, you can generate your messages dynamically as a string at runtime and possibly include variables such as measured values.

    if you need protection help, then contact me.
    I'll build it into your fup program ...
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    With the Tixi you can generate up to 100 fault messages. You can also transfer variables in the SMS. I think the advantage is the integrated teleservice adapter. And there is also a version with a landline connection. You just have to be careful that if you want to receive SMS, the line supports the CLIP function.

    As already mentioned it is very easy with Tila ... but if you use Tico you program in XML ... but there are a lot of examples and a good forum.

    Greetings from Switzerland

    Ralph
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    If I may ask ... what did you choose?

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