Introduction of RS232 / RS485 GSM Modem
USR-GPRS232-730 GSM Modem / GPRS DTU (Data Transfer Unit) is a wireless terminal equipment which can convert serial data to IP data or convert IP data to serial data through gprs /GSM network. 730 is based on USR-GM3. Clients can use this product to realize bidirectional transparent transmission from serial port to network through simple AT command.
Port of RS232 / RS485 GSM Modem
Features of RS232 / RS485 GSM Modem
RS232 or RS485 interface, can’t be used at one time
2G Frequency: GSM850/900,DCS1800/1900, 2G GSM/GPRS
Work Mode: TCP and UDP Client
Supports register packet and heartbeat packet
Can be remote configurated via SMS
Support multi work modes : SMS transmission mode,network transmission mode and HTTPD mode
Support basic instruction set and extension instruction set
Hardware flow control RTS/CTS
Functions of RS232 / RS485 GSM Modem
Bidirectional transparent transmission between modem and network
Support serial data HTTP(GET/POST) to submit to the specified server.
To achieve transparent communication between mobile phones and serial devices.
Support AT command query and set the parameters via- serial, network, SMS.
Application of RS232 / RS485 GSM Modem
Data Acquisition of Intelligent Electricity
Real-time Data Transmission of Charging Piles
Environmental Monitoring of Agricultural Networking
Real-time Data Collection of Urban Public Transport
Power industry: power remote meter reading, substation monitoring, power line monitoring
Municipal industry: street lamp remote monitoring management, pipe network remote monitoring, urban energy consumption monitoring
Oil industry: remote monitoring of oil-gas well, GPRS remote oilfield automation detection monitoring system, Gas pipe network monitoring system solutions
Environmental protection industry: pollution sources monitoring, atmospheric environment monitoring, noise monitoring, dust monitoring
Agricultural application: greenhouse remote monitoring and management, aquaculture monitoring management, agricultural water pump monitoring management