JH01 GPS Tracker User Manual Spireon Inc

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User Manual
For the
JG-H
Trailer Tracking Device
July10, 2017
R1.2
The information presented in this document is strictly confidential and contains trade secrets
and other confidential information that are the exclusive property of Spireon Inc.
Author
Revision
Changes
Date
Hao
1.1
Initial version
2017-07-10
Ewing
1.2
Edits
2017-07-20
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Contents
Introduction ............................................................................................................................... 4
Hardware Design....................................................................................................................... 5
2.1
Basic Hardware ................................................................................................................ 5
2.2
Basic RF Performance ...................................................................................................... 7
2.3
Certification and Safety .................................................................................................. 10
Software Features .................................................................................................................... 11
3.1
Basic Software................................................................................................................ 11
3.2
Remote Update ............................................................................................................... 11
3.3
Power Modes .................................................................................................................. 11
3.4
AT Command ................................................................................................................. 12
3.5
Reset ............................................................................................................................... 18
3.5.1 Context Preservation .................................................................................................. 18
3.6
Startup Banner ................................................................................................................ 18
3.7
Hardware ........................................................................................................................ 19
3.8
Software Test .................................................................................................................. 19
Mechanical Structure(mm) ............................................................................................................. 20
FCC Statement ................................................................................................................................ 21
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1 Introduction
TheJG-His a self-contained trailer tracking device that combines GPS location with
WCDMA/GSM/GPRSconnectivity.It is primarily a location reporting device that responds to
requests (user, server) and events (timers, geo-fences). Data reports consist of a single record
that contains all location data and system status.
The device comes pre-configured from the factory, ready to use.TheJG-H appears to a user or
a server application as a single endpoint device. It can be queried, updated and configured
either through a serial connection, an over the air IP connection, or through SMS messaging.
TheJG-Hpresents itself over these connections as an enhanced cellular modem with attached
functional elements. These elements include:
• GPS
• Accelerometer
• I/O pins and tamper alert
• Serial UART port for management and for cargo sensor
• Status LEDs
• Timers
• Watchdog lockup protection
• Power Management
• Power Output
• Solar panel power supply
Access to these elements and general purpose interfaces is done through an extended AT
command set as defined herein.Configuration parameters are stored to flash memory and
are automatically used on the next power up event. For more details, please reference the
AT Command document.
Diagram
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This product is designed based on the MT6276 Baseband chipset, supporting WCDMAand
GPRS protocol for wirelessdata; using an internal dual band antenna(GSM850&PCS 1900).
The device also includes stand-alone GPS functionality, an accelerometer for motion
detection, as well as support for solar panel power supply. The JG-H can operate from an
internal rechargeable battery or an external power source. The battery is recharging via the
solar panel or external power.
2 Hardware Design
2.1
Basic Hardware
Items
Requirement
Baseband Chipset
RF 2G Transceiver
RF 3G Transceiver
Memory
MT6276A
RF3235
RF7411TR7
MCP_NAND 1Gb(x16) / mobile DDR
512Mb(x16)
Supportfor WCDMA Class 12 GPRS, GPS
2G band support : 850MHz & 1.8GHz
Support for 12 class GPRS
3G band support : Band2 and Band5
Internal Antenna[850M&1900M]
Dedicate high performance ceramic antenna
No-UIM mode, SIM card connector
Main PWR – 12V DC(1.5A current)
Aux PWR – 12V DC(1.5A current)
Solar PWR (battery charge)
GND
PWR OUT (3.3V, 300mA current)
UART TX
UART RX
Relay Drive Output (12V, 500mA current)
1-Wire
GPIO1
Tamper
internal analog input scaled – battery, external
power, solar
Supported
Yes
Supported
Accelerometer
3 status LEDs (Green, Red, and Orange)
Cellular Network
Frequency
Antenna
GPS Antenna
UIM requirement
Interface
Power Monitor
Build in battery manager
Dedicate Timers
Watchdog
Motion Detect
LED
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Battery
Power Switch
Power Cable connector type
Power Out
Solar Panel
Power Consumption
Built in rechargeable batteryfor up to 6 months
of typical operation
No
23 - pin
Yes
Yes
<20 Watts
The JG-Hprovides support for specialized hardware features through extended AT commands.
The features supported include the following.
GPS
GPS location functionality is provided by the device GPS receiver. Warm start from sleep is
supported.
GPIO
One general purpose GPIO and three additional multiplexed IO’s are presented to the external
environment on the main connector. They are capable of providing system interrupts to
generate a report or drive logic levels to external devices. These lines are 2.8V logic level and
are 16V tolerant. The multiplexed IO’s are typically configured as Ignition, Relay and
Tamper.
LED’s
Three LED status indicators are provided to verify correct installation and operation. The
status LEDs are color coded and directly convey the status of the cellular and GPS
subsystems, as well as the power input; described in the table below. Their valid operation
also indicates operational status and power.
LED
Red
Function
GPS
Green
Cellular
Connection
Orange
Battery
charging
Status
On: GPS satellites acquired and locked
Flash Slow: GPS satellite search is in progress
Off: GPS is turned off
On: Indicates cellulardata connection is available
Flash Slow: cellular subsystem initialized but no connection
Flash Fast: cellular initialization in process
Off: Cellular sub-system is off
On: Indicates external power and battery is fully charged
Flash: Indicates external power and battery is charging
Off: Indicates running from battery. Blinks shortly every
30sec.
The JG-H provides user control allowing the LEDs to be extinguished once installation is
verified. This feature reduces power and further conceals the JG-H Tracker from untrained
parties wishing to defeat its operation.
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Accelerometer
The accelerometer is used for motion start detection to wake the unit up from a sleep mode
and driving behavior monitoring.
UART
A UART port is provided for AT command and data interaction. The UART can also serve to
attach other accessories, such as cargo sensor.
1-Wire
A 1-Wire interface is supported to attach external sensors, such as temperature sensor, etc.
Relay Driver
A 500mA sink capable output pin is provided. This pin is meant to drive a relay coil indented
to interrupt the starter solenoid relay for the ignition circuit to a car.
Ignition Monitor
One of the GPIO’s can be wired to vehicle ignition to monitor and trigger event upon ignition
start and stop.
Power Out
The JG-H provides a power out option at 3.3V and up to 300mA to enable powering up
external devices. The power out is turned off by default and is controlled by software.
Tamper
Tamper detection pin is available on the external connector. The Tamper pin can trigger an
alert when disconnected from ground.
Solar Panel
The JG-H includes an integrated solar panel that constantly charges the battery when exposed
to light.
Power Monitor
The internal power monitor circuitry allows to measure the voltage on all possible power
sources: Main, Auxiliary, Battery, Solar.
Timers
Timers resident on the baseband chip generate periodic interrupts for power down, wakeup,
report generation and other timer related functions.
2.2
Basic RF Performance
Items
Requirements
Remark
TRP free space
>= 20 dBm
TRP free space
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TIS free space
<= -104dBm
TIS free space
Antenna loss
<= -3dB
TRP-TX Power Conducted
Antenna Loss
<= -3dB
RX receive sensitivity conducted
– TIS
Board RF Specification
Cellular Band RX
2G Frequency range
Sensitivity
Dynamic range
Single tone Desensitization
Intermediation Spurious
Response Attenuation
Conducted Spurious
Emission
Cellular Band TX
2G Frequency range
Maximum Frequency error
Maximum output power
Minimum controlled output
power
Standby output power
935MHz~960MHz
-108dBm (FER≤0.5%)
-25~-108dBm (FER≤0.5%)
-102.4dBm(FER≤1%,[email protected]±900KHz)
-102.4dBm(FER≤1%,[email protected]±900 KHz/±1800KHz)
-91.4dBm(FER≤1%,-32dBm @±900 KHz/±1800KHz)
-80.4dBm(FER≤1%,-21dBm @±900 KHz/±1800KHz)
<-76dBm/1MHz(RX band)
<-61dBm/1MHz(TX band)
<-47dBm/30KHz(other frequency)
890MHz~915MHz
±200KHz
21~32dBm
<-50dBm
<-61dBm
Code domain power
The code domain power in each inactive code channel
shall be 23 dB or more below the total output power
measured on both the I and Q data channel combined.
Time reference
±1.0uS
Waveform quality
>0.944
Range of open loop output
power
(test1:-25dBm/1.23MHz)-47.7±9.5dBm
(test2:-60dBm/1.23MHz)-7.7±9.5dBm
(test3:-93.5dBm/1.23MHz)20.3±9.5dBm
-42dBc/30Khzor-54dBm/1.23MHz
(|Δf|:1.25MHz~1.98MHz)
-50dBc/30Khzor-54dBm/1.23MHz
(|Δf|: 1.98MHz~4.00MHz)
Conducted spurious emission
<-36dBm/1kHz
(|Δf| > 4MHz, 9KHz < f < 150KHz,)
<-36dBm/10kHz
(|Δf| > 4MHz, 150kHz 4MHz, 30MHz 4MHz, 1GHz0.944
Range of open loop output
power
(test1: -25dBm/1.23MHz) -50.7±9.5dBm
Conducted spurious emission
(test2: -60dBm/1.23MHz) -10.7±9.5dBm
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(test3: -91.3dBm/1.23MHz) 20.3±9.5dBm
-42dBc/30Khzor-54dBm/1.23MHz
(|Δf|:885KHz~1.98MHz)
-54dBc/30Khzor-54dBm/1.23MHz
1.98MHz~4.00MHz)
(|Δf|:
<-36dBm/1kHz (|Δf| > 4MHz, 9KHz < f < 150KHz)
<-36dBm/10kHz (|Δf| > 4MHz, 150kHz 4MHz, 30MHz 4MHz, 1GHz
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