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Transcript
SMS-C 422
Manual
Date: 6.10.2014
PC-Tool: 1.05 Firmware: 1.09 Ref. 6
Manual SMS-C 422
Table of Contents
1
Description ...................................................................................................................................... 3
2
Technical Manual ............................................................................................................................ 4
3
Safety Guidelines ............................................................................................................................. 5
4
5
3.1
Signs and symbols.................................................................................................................... 5
3.2
Condition as supplied .............................................................................................................. 6
3.3
Designated use ........................................................................................................................ 6
Installation ....................................................................................................................................... 8
4.1
Installer .................................................................................................................................... 8
4.2
Environment ............................................................................................................................ 8
4.3
Connection .............................................................................................................................. 9
4.3.1
Overview.......................................................................................................................... 9
4.3.2
Power............................................................................................................................. 10
4.3.3
Digital-Input ................................................................................................................... 11
4.3.4
Analog-Input .................................................................................................................. 11
4.3.5
BUS ................................................................................................................................ 15
4.3.6
Relay-Output ................................................................................................................. 15
4.3.7
USB ................................................................................................................................ 16
4.3.8
Antenna connection ...................................................................................................... 16
4.3.9
SIM-Card Slot ................................................................................................................. 17
4.3.10
Status display ................................................................................................................. 18
PC-Software ................................................................................................................................... 19
5.1
Software Installation ............................................................................................................. 19
5.2
Control Elements ................................................................................................................... 19
5.2.1
Tabs ............................................................................................................................... 20
5.2.2
Loading and reading out the configuration of the SMS-C 422 ...................................... 26
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SMS commands of the SMS-C422 ................................................................................................. 27
6.1
7
Standard Commands ............................................................................................................. 27
6.1.1
Switching Relays ............................................................................................................ 27
6.1.2
Query Status .................................................................................................................. 28
6.1.3
Additional Response ...................................................................................................... 28
Controlling the SMS-C 422 via Android App.................................................................................. 29
7.1
Installation ............................................................................................................................. 29
7.2
Inputs ..................................................................................................................................... 29
7.3
Outputs .................................................................................................................................. 30
7.4
Settings .................................................................................................................................. 30
8
Technical Data ............................................................................................................................... 31
8.1
Device Data............................................................................................................................ 31
8.2
PC-Software (Requirements) ................................................................................................. 32
9
10
Scope of Delivery ........................................................................................................................... 33
Guarantee .................................................................................................................................. 34
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Description
The SMS-C-422 is made for applications where it is requirde to monitor analog or digital
conditions or to switch devices remotely and where an own network and/or an internet
connection is not available. It is especially designed for monitoring-tasks in the industry.
With the SMS-C-422 it is possible to check the temperature, the switch setting or the pressure of
devices and in case of failure it is able to automatically send a text message to a maximum
amount of up to 100 users. But you also can open a garage door by calling the SMSC-Control
from your mobile phone for free. Furthermore, the SMS-C-422 is able to send you a text
message if the front door of your home opens or your photovoltaics or your heating system go
into failure mode. This enables you to set up with your mobile phone in a fest and easy way your
own personal smart-home.
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Technical Manual
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Safety Guidelines
3.1 Signs and symbols
This guide uses following signs and symbols:
Attention
Special information, instructions and prohibitions in order to prevent
environmental damages, damages to persons and property, are
displayed by this pictogram start with a line. The associated text ends
with one line.
Hint
Special indications about the economical usage are displayed by this
pictogram and start with one line. The associated text ends with one line.
High Voltage
Dangers of high voltage are displayed by this pictogram and start with
one line.
The associated text ends with one line.
Dangers by mobile phone signals
Dangers caused by radio signals when operating the device are displayed
by this pictogram and start with one line. The associated text ends with
one line.
Battery
Dangers caused by the usage of the optional battery are displayed by this
pictogram and start with one line. The associated text ends with one line.
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3.2 Condition as supplied
All delivered components (hard- and software) are configured according to the terms of use.
Changes on the hard –and software configuration exceeding the documented possibilities are
prohibited and cause an exclusion of liability.
3.3 Designated use
The device may exclusively be operated in the areas specified in chapter “Technical Data”.
Besides, the device may only be operated for the use described in this manual.
Attention
Because of the GSM and GPRS wireless communication, the transfer and
the receiving of data cannot be guaranteed.
Data can be delayed, damaged or destroyed. Therefore, the device may
not be used in situations where in case of an error, environmental
damages, damages to people and property are possible.
For damages of any kind, which occur because of incorrect data, we
assume no liability.
Attention
The device is designed to resist the expected environmental conditions,
according to the chapter “Technical data”. The device contains no
features to detect or to prevent any occurring errors.
Therefore, it is not allowed to use this device in order to protect people,
Property or the environment is not allowed. We assume no liability for
possibly caused damages.
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Danger through mobile phone signals
The device uses the mobile network (GSM, GPRS). As a result of this, all
security regulations of a regular mobile phone also apply to this device.
The device may not be used in areas, where radio disturbances could
lead to dangerous situations.
This includes among other following areas:
- Areas where blasting operations are ongoing
- Explosive atmospheres
- In reach of medical equipment
- In reach of life sustaining equipment
- In a plane
- At a gas station
- And so on…
Battery
Devices using optional battery are not allowed to be disposed of in a
regular way. In this case, please open the correctly disconnected device
and remove the NiMH-battery and dispose of it according to regulations.
High Voltage
Only electrically qualified staff and electrically instructed staff are
allowed to do the installation work described in this guide.
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Installation
4.1 Installer
High Voltage
In order to prevent damage to people, property and the environment,
only electrically qualified staff and electrically instructed staff are
allowed to install the SMS-C-422. During the installation the respective
national standards have to be applied.
4.2 Environment
The place of installation has to be chosen in that way, that the SMS-C-422 and all corresponding
cables do not get damaged by following environmental conditions:
o
o
o
o
o
Dust, moisture, excessive heat
Direct sun irradiation
Heat sources
Devices send out strong magnetic fields
Liquids or corrosive chemicals
Danger through mobile phone signals
The device uses the mobile network (GSM, GPRS). As a result of this, all
security regulations of a regular mobile phone also apply to this device.
The device may not be used in areas, where radio disturbances could
lead to dangerous situations. This includes among other following areas:
(Operation of device prohibited)
- Areas where blasting operations are ongoing
- Explosive atmospheres
- In reach of medical equipment
- In reach of life sustaining equipment
- In a plane
- At a gas station
- And so on…
Please pay attention to the values regarding environmental conditions described in
chapter “Technical data”.
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4.3 Connection
High Voltage
The connection of the device and all its components must be performed
in a zero potential condition!
4.3.1
Overview
The following picture exemplarily shows the connections of the device:
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4.3.2
Power
The power supply is done by the + and – clamps. The device works in a voltage range between
10-30V DC (with a battery 15-30V DC). The power requirement is approximately 2 W.
High voltage
The negative clamp (–), also serves as the ground and can be touched by
the antenna pin. Here, special safety measures have to be taken, which
are regulated by the respective national standards.
Attention!!!
If there is no safety isolating transformer (or at least something
equivalent) in use, the secondary circuit (-) of the power supply or the
ground connection of the SMS-C-422 itself has to be
earthed/grounded!
Hint
In order to improve the safety, please always use a suitable Residual
Current Device (RCD)
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4.3.3
Digital-Input
The four digital inputs become active, when they are switched to ground. Those Inputs are
optimized for the optional battery operation and are able to run with a maximum of 10V DC.
Risk of damage
The digital inputs could get destroyed when the voltage is higher than
10 V!
4.3.4
Analog-Input
The SMS-C 422 is able to gauge standard signals from 0-10V to 0-20mA and resistance of up to
50kOhm. The signals/sensors are implemented in two-wire technology and related to ground.
The measuring clamps are identifiable by the marking I.
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4.3.4.1 Current Measurement
The SMS-C 422 is able to measure standard electric currents with an apparent ohmic resistance
of 100 Ohm.
Risk of damage
The analog inputs could get destroyed, when the voltage is higher than
5V at the measuring terminal I.
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4.3.4.2 Voltage Measurement
The SMS-C 422 is able to measure standard voltages of 0 to 10V with an internal apparent
resistance of 100kOhm.
Risk of damage
The analog inputs could get destroyed, when the voltage is higher than
15V at the measuring terminal U.
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4.3.4.3 Resistance Measurement
The SMS-422-C is able to measure impedances of 0-50kOhm (NTC, Potentiometer…).The
measurement current is limited to 1mA in order to avoid an uncontrolled self-heating of the
sensors.
Risk of damage
The analog inputs could get destroyed when the voltage is higher than
5V at the measuring terminal for the resistance R.
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4.3.5
BUS
The SMS-C has a RS485 interface, which serves as extension.
Risk of damage
The bus could get destroyed, when the voltage is higher than 5V at the
clamps A or B are applied.
4.3.6
Relay-Output
The SMS-C 422 has two relay contacts which are implemented as changeover contacts. These
contacts are able to switch 10A in category AC1/DC1.
Hint
The contacts are not meant for the direct and steady switching of high
loads (heater blower with an appropriate safety shutdown). Please use a
suitable relay, which you control by the contacts.
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4.3.7
USB
The device is connected to the PC by the USB Port.
4.3.8
Antenna connection
The external antenna connection allows the connection to a RP-SMS antenna.
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4.3.9
SIM-Card Slot
The SIM-Card is inserted at the left top with the chip side facing downwards.
Hint
Please only insert the SIM-Card after having loaded the PIN number of
the SIM-card onto the device by using the enclosed software.
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4.3.10 Status display
The meaning of the status display is listed in the following table. If the display lights up, its status
is „on“, if not, its status is „off“.
INPUT (1-4)
on/off
Relay (1-2)
on/off
ON
Device status
The digital input is active if the status -LED lights up.
Device status
The relay output is active if the status -LED lights up.
Device status
on/off
The device has a proper supply of voltage.
GSM
Device status
off
permanently on
Slowly flashing
(200ms on, 2s off)
The device did not start.
The device has started, but it is not yet ready for use.
The device is ready for use, the SIM-Card was accepted.
Medium flashing
(200ms on, 600ms off)
The device is ready for use, there is an ongoing data transfer
at the moment.
Fast flashing
(100ms on, 200ms off)
There is an error, the device is not ready for use.
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5 PC-Software
5.1 Software Installation
Execute the file setup.exe on the annexed CD and follow the installation wizard.
Hint
In order to run the software with all its features you need writing
authorization on the chosen path. Also you should be logged in as an
administrator during the installation process. When using Windows 8, it
is possible that an error occurs during the installation of the USB-driver,
in this case, continue by ignoring the error, the driver will be installed
correctly.
5.2 Control Elements
Hereinafter, the control elements of the PC-Software are illustrated:
1
1.
2.
3.
4.
2
Menu bar
Toolbar (from the left)
- Exit program
- Save the configuration of the
device in a file.
- Load a configuration file from the
PC to the device
- Load a configuration of the
device to the PC
- Print the configuration file
- Show Help-Page
Tabs
– Initial Setting
- User Administration
- Configuration of the In/Outputs
Status bar
- GSM Signal strength
- Status signal
3
4
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5.2.1
Tabs
5.2.1.1 Basic Settings
The primary configuration of the device is done in the basic settings.
Enter PIN number (4-digits)
Additional functions
Required for activating the SIM-Card. Please
note that you only insert the SIM card into the
device after having entered the PIN.
Battery mode:
It can be chosen if the optional battery should
be used.
Changes of the PIN are done directly from your
mobile phone.
Status signals
If the PIN on the card is deactivated the entry is Every user with the required permissions
continuously gets the current status signals of
inoperable.
the In- and Outputs.
Device Info
Defines the limiting value of sent messages; if IMEI
that value is reached, an automatically gener- Serial no. of device
SMS Counter
ated text message will be sent to Administrator.
This is important when using a prepaid card, in
order to keep a sufficient credit on the SIM
card.
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Firmware Version
Current software version on the device.
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5.2.1.2 User Administration
The permissions and data of the up to 100 users are entered in the user administration.
Switch
The relays can be switched by a phone call.
In order to use this function, the phone
number of the user has to be saved serving as
authentication.
User name
Name of the SMS user.
(max.35 characters)
Phone number
Phone number of the user in the international
standard, without space and special characters.
(e.g. +49172123456789)
DI Inputs
Assignment of the 4 inputs to its users.
Determines which message a certain user
receives.
AI Inputs
Assignment of the 3 analog inputs to its users.
Determines which message a certain user
receives.
+49 => Germany
+43 => Austria
+41 => Switzerland
Password
Alphanumeric password (8-digits) for Authentication.
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Relays
Determines which relay is allowed to be
switched by a user.
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Admin
Power ON
The user is the administrator. He receives After the booting of the device it sends an SMS
system messages.
(Power ON) is sent the chosen users.
SMS ACK
The user is able to adjust, if he wants a
confirmation of the sent commands, by receiving
an SMS.
Power OFF
In case of a voltage breakdown it is possible to
inform up to 5 users thanks to an integrated
power buffering without battery.
Switch ACK
If the relays should be switched time limited, it is
possible to adjust if - after turning off the device
- another message shall be sent.
Status MSG
The chosen user continuously receives status
messages. The interval times can be determined
in the basic settings.
Hint
In the GSM standard no rules for special characters are defined.
Therefore please use the corresponding circumscriptions.
e.g. ß=> ss; ü=> ue etc.
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5.2.1.3 Configuration In- and Outputs
Messages and Triggers for the In- and Outputs are set up in this tab.
Relay Outputs
Description
Description of the Output (max. 35 Characters).
Shortcut ON/OFF
Please enter a brief text, which you use to power
on or off a relay. For example a text message
containing “Lights on” (shortcut on) or “Lights off”
(shortcut off) turns your lights on or off. Within the
text message there is no difference between
upper and lower case. The switching authentication is verified by the phone number entered in
the user administration.
REM.
Relays are remanent (reset save).
Switch-on time
Determines the switch-on time of a relay. The
timespan can be between 1 second and 9999
hours. The discharge of the “on” time can be
triggered by an SMS.
Test
It is possible to check relays with the buttons
ON/OFF.
Readout
By pressing Readout, the current status of all Inand Outputs of the SMS-C are read out and
shown.
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Digital Signal Inputs
Description
Description of the Input (max. 35 Characters).
This text will be sent as a text message. The
current status will be attached to the text.
Status ON/OFF
Trigger and Trigger Time
It is possible to determine a minimum time the
digital input has to be active so that a message
will be sent. With this feature you can prevent
false alarms as the switching level has to be active for a certain amount of time (1-99 seconds).
Text being sent in SMS for messaging the status
ON or OFF.
Analog Signal Inputs
The analog Input 0 is an internal temperature sensor. The value is shown up in °C!
Description
Description of the Input (maximum 35
characters). This text will be sent when the
trigger gets activated. The current value is
attached to the text.
Message Text
Sent text when triggering the event.
Trigger
The Trigger determines, when a message will be
sent. :
Type
-
no:
The feature is deactivated
The type of the analog Input can be chosen.
-
>
If the measured value is higher
Besides the direct measuring of power, voltage
and resistance, there is also the possibility to
convert the measured resistance into a temperature. Following temperature sensors are possible:
-
NTC 2k, 5k,10k, 33k
-
PT 1000
-
KTY81-110
than the adjusted threshold.
-
<
If the measured value is lower than
the adjusted threshold.
Threshold
Determines the value at which the event gets
triggered.
Replay
It is possible to scale the measured value with The result/messages can be limited:
the two parameters “Factor” and “Offset”. The
- Hysteresis of 10%: e.g. the result should
“Factor” is multiplied by the measured value and
be smaller than 5V. A message will be sent
the “Offset” is added to the sum.
when reaching 5V. Another message is
So you can, for example scale a temperature
only possible when the measured value
sensor with 0-10V at-50°C up to +50°C with the
goes down to 4,5V and up to 5 V (10%)
“Factor” of 100 and an “Offset” of -50.
again.
- Daily: The event will be sent only once a
Unit
day.
The inscribed unit gets transmitted with the
- Hourly: The event will be sent only once
value.
an hour.
Factor / Offset
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5.2.2
Loading and reading out the configuration of the SMS-C 422
In order that the settings on the PC-Software become applied and active, data need to be uploaded on the device by an USB connection. Beforehand, please make sure that all input fields
were filled in correctly.
Menu bar:
Upload:
Upload settings from the PC to device.
Menu bar:
Download:
Download settings from the device to PC.
It is also possible to save the settings as a file in the XML format on the PC and print them.
Hint
The data won´t be saved on the SIM card which allows you to load and
readout the configuration of the device without a SIM card at any time.
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6 SMS commands of the SMS-C422
There are two kind of commands: standard and shortcut (shortcut ON or OFF).
The standard commands start with “ # “ and are tied to special rules. The shortcut commands are
freely selectable (except for the first characters) and execute certain actions.
Hint
The authentication of the users for standard commands is effected
through the defined password. For shortcut commands the stored
phone numbers are used.
6.1 Standard Commands
6.1.1
Switching Relays
SMS command for switching function (Relay-Outputs)
#[pw]#[channel]#[state]#[parameter]#
Examples
Description
Password with 8-digits and alphanumeric,
registered users do not need a password for
switching.
Number of the relay output [1 or 2]
[channel] Total addressing [0] everything will be
switched.
Turning ON or OFF [0, 1]
[state]
Query of this channel [?].
Delay [1-9999,Unit]
Unit:
s= seconds
[parameter]
m = minutes
h = hours
[pw]
Example 1:
SMS command: #1234#1#1#
Turns Relay 1 ON
Example 2:
SMS command: #1234#1#0#
Turns relay 1 OFF
Example 3:
SMS command: #1234#2#1#60m#
Turns Relay 2 ON for 60 minutes.
SMS Response
OK! #[channel]#[state]#[parameter]#
[state]
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State of the relay output [1,0]
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6.1.2
Query Status
SMS command for querying the state of the In- and Outputs
#[pw]#state#
Example
Description
Example: #1234#state#
Query the state of all In- and Outputs.
SMS Response on the command
State! DI#0#0#0#0#DO#0#0AIN#30#26.3#4#
DI
DO
AI
6.1.3
State [1,0] of the 4 Digital Inputs
State [1,0] of the 2 Digital Output
Values of the 3 Analog Input
Additional Response
Additional SMS Responses
Power ON
Sends an SMS to all declared users, when the device boots.
Power Off
Sends an SMS to a maximum of 5 users, when the operation
voltage breaks off.
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7 Controlling the SMS-C 422 via Android App
7.1 Installation
The SMS-C 422 can be controlled easily by an Android App, version 2.2. In order to install the
app, please copy the file smsc422.apk to your Android device, the respective file can be found
on the enclosed CD. Then, the file is ready for installation; please follow the installation wizard.
Attention
The app sends and receives SMS messages in the background.
The sending of an SMS is a paid service which you have to confirm
in order to use this function.
There is no liability for any costs caused by improper or malicious
use. Furthermore, there is no liability for any costs caused by computer viruses or the like.
7.2 Inputs
Update
By pressing the button „Update“ a text message will be
sent to the previously defined controller in the
background.
The current states will be visualized after receiving the
response SMS.
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7.3 Outputs
ON/OFF Button
With buttons “ON” and “OFF” it is possible to directly
switch the respective relay output. When receiving the
response status will be visualized.
7.4 Settings
Language
After changing and saving the language, the program will be
closed. Starting the computer next time, the surface uses the
newly selected language.
Phone number
Determines the phone number the SMS-C 422 should use.
The entry of the phone number needs to include the country
code. (+44 for Great Britain)
Password
Entry of the current user´s password. Without a password
there is no authentication
Label
By pressing the button „Import“, all the saved signal
descriptions of the device will be imported to the app via
SMS. After saving, these information are available at all times.
Save
In order to permanently save all changed settings it is
necessary to press the “Save” button at the end.
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8
Technical Data
8.1 Device Data
Radio Network
USB
BUS
Digital Inputs
Digital Outputs
Analog Inputs
Supply
Environmental Conditions
Storage Temperature
Housing Dimensions
Protection Class
IP Rating
Weight
GSM / GPRS 850/950/1800/1900 Mhz
USB 2.0 for the configuration with the PC-Tool
- RS485
4x potential-free (NPN)
- 0V – 1V <> logical 1
- 3V – 10V <> logical 0
2x Relay (NO/NC-COM)
- 10A / 230V AC ( AC 1 ; DC 1)
2x configurable
- Voltage 0-10V (Ri=100kOhm, max. 15V DC)
- Power 4-20mA (apparent ohmic resistance
100Ohm, max. 50mA/5V)
- Resistance 0-50kOhm
- Temperature (NTC/PT1000)
- 10-30V (without battery)
- 15-30V (with battery)
- <2W
- 2h Power reserve with battery
- -20°C – 55°C (without battery)
- 0°C – 45°C (with battery)
- Humidity 5-90%, not condensing
- -20°C - 75°C (without battery)
- -20°C - 50°C (with battery)
B:105mm ; H:86mm ; T:58mm
(6 -module)
I
IP30
- 192g (without battery)
235g (with battery)
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8.2 PC-Software (Requirements)
Hardware
Minimum
CPU
P4 1GHz
P4 2.0GHz
512 MB
VGA 800x600
4x
1024 MB
SVGA 1024x768
16x
RAM
Video
CD-ROM Drive
Recommended
Harddrive
Approx. 400 MByte free memory space
Operating System
Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/VISTA/7/8
USB
Version 1.1/2.0
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Scope of Delivery
Delivery of standard version comprises following articles:
o
o
o
SMS-C 422
3m magnet socket antenna
CD with enclosed manual, PC-Software and Android App.
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10 Guarantee
FELA devices are subject to strict quality control and are individually manufactured and tested.
During the daily use – for functional defects occurring - FELA provides a guarantee of 12 months
(warranty: 24 months) from date of purchase according to proof of purchase (wear and tear
parts excluded).
For any functional defects on the device occurring after guarantee period, please address
yourself to our service department.
FELA Deutschland GmbH
Am Bahnhof 2
55765 Birkenfeld
Tel +49 (0) 6782 87 89 915
Fax +49 (0) 6782 87 89 598
[email protected]
www.fela-deutschland.de
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