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[. . . ] Despite its small size and cost, it has comprehensive GSM/GPRS services, data and IP features. In addition to its size it has the following outstanding characteristics: - Automotive temperature range: -40° to +85° C C - Minimum low power consumption in idle mode: 1. 25 mA in DRX5 - Full automotive qualification regarding ISO16750 standards - High input voltage range: 3. 2 V to 4. 5 V - Digital PCM audio - Fully form factor compliant with the HiLo - Pin to pin compliant with the main HiLo pins (power supplies, UART, Sim and audio pins) As other Sagemcom GSM/GPRS/EDGE modules, it has a full set of AT commands as well as analogue audio interface [1]. DCE (Data Communication Equipment) indicates the module device HiLo V2. 1. 5 PRODUCT FEATURES OVERVIEW Normal range: -20° to +80° (fully compliant) C C Extended range: -40° to ­20° and +80° to +85° (fully functional) C C C C Storage: -40° to +85° C C 4. 3g (typical) ESD protection < 2 kV 27x27x3. 6 mm (typical) 40 pins connector + 1 RF connector + 1 pair of antenna pad 3. 2V to 4. 5V range, 3. 7V nominal * Temperature range Weight (in g) ESD Physical dimensions Connection Power supply Power consumption Off mode: 35 µA typical Minimum Stand-by mode: 1. 25 mA in DRX5 Communication mode (at Pmax): GSM --- 220 mA DCS --- 170 mA No battery charge management is included. Sagemcom module supports GSM850, EGSM900, DCS1800, PCS 1900 Half Rate, Full Rate, Enhanced Full Rate, Adaptive Multi Rate Small MS Class 4 (2W) for GSM850 / EGSM900 Class 1 (1W) for DCS1800 / PCS1900 3V and 1. 8V SIM cards Battery charge management and interface Antenna Frequency bands Voice codec GSM class Transmit power Supported SIM card * The power consumption is highly dependent on customer's product design and environment of GSM Module Note d'étude / Technical document : URD1­ OTL 5635. 2­ 013 / 72398 Edition 2 HILO V2 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 11 March 2011 - Page 8/40 SIM slot PWM Audio up-link Audio down-link Audio PCM UART interface with flow control Signals for the management of the SIM card are provided on 40 pins connector Signals for LED, vibrating device and Buzzer management are provided on the PWM interface 1 single end input is provided for microphone 1 differential output is provided for non stereo earphone 4 lines for the digital audio bus Up to 115. 2 Kbps with auto-bauding. [. . . ] However to be sure to wake up the module the "0x00" character has to be sent. In both previous modes the power consumption in sleep mode is given in §3. 7. 2. The main interest of the AT+KSLEEP=0 mode is to be able to forbid the sleep mode using the DTR signal. · AT+KSLEEP=2 In this mode the sleep state is never authorized what ever the DTR state. A detailed description of those modes is given in [1]. 3. 7. 2 Power supply and power consumption The power supply input of VBAT ranges from 3. 2V to 4. 5V and 3. 7V is nominal. All measurements in communication mode are done at maximum RF power transmission (PCL max). Here we gives the logical state, '1' means connected to the ground Note d'étude / Technical document : URD1­ OTL 5635. 2­ 013 / 72398 Edition 2 HILO V2 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 11 March 2011 - Page 15/40 -40° C Typ. Off mode Stand-by mode DRX2 ­ connected to the network Stand-by mode DRX5 ­ connected to the network Stand-by mode DRX9 ­ connected to the network CSD mode ­ in communication GPRS when transmitting data (2 TX slots, 3 RX slots) GPRS stand-by mode ­ 1 or 2 PDP context are open Current consumption during a burst GSM900 / GSM850 DCS / PCS GSM900 / GSM850 DCS / PCS GSM900 / GSM850 DCS / PCS 1. 4 mA 1. 0 mA 0. 8 mA Typ. 35 µA 1. 5 mA 1. 0 mA 0. 9 mA 195 mA 150 mA 360 mA 245 mA 25° C Max 56 µA 1. 7 mA 1. 2 mA 1. 1 mA 220 mA 170 mA +85° C Typ. 3. 1 mA 2. 5 mA 2. 3 mA The HiLo V2 behavior in GPRS stand-by mode is similar to GSM stand-by mode. The power consumption also depends on DRX and on other network setting (number of adjacent cells, etc. ), it is between 1 and 3. 4 mA. 1. 7 A 1. 3 A Figure 5: typical GPRS burst in the GSM900 frequency band A burst transmission happens in Standby, communication and GPRS mode. This measurement is performed with a 680 µF capacitor on the power supply path required to remove the overshoot. Note d'étude / Technical document : URD1­ OTL 5635. 2­ 013 / 72398 Edition 2 HILO V2 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 11 March 2011 - Page 16/40 Figure 6: typical GSM burst in the GSM900 frequency band 3. 7. 3 VGPIO This +2. 8V supply output is available on external pin of the module and can supply +2. 8V external components. The current capability for 2. 8V output is: - 50mA in active mode - 3mA in sleep mode. 3. 7. 4 VBACKUP In order to keep the internal Real Time Clock available, a VBACKUP input is present on the module interface. Depending on the main battery voltage, the internal RTC is supplied by the VBACKUP or by the main power supply voltage: RTC supply with external BACKUP present: · If VBAT < VBACKUP, internal RTC is supplied by VBACKUP. If no external Backup battery is used, VBACKUP input has to be connected to a 10µF capacitor (to ground). An internal mechanism of the HiLo V2 module is able to manage the charge of the backup battery. More details about the battery choice and the charge schematics are given in the application note [2]. Note d'étude / Technical document : URD1­ OTL 5635. 2­ 013 / 72398 Edition 2 HILO V2 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 11 March 2011 - Page 17/40 3. 8 DATA / COMMAND MULTIPLEXING The serial link between the DCE and a DTE (PDA, phone, etc) is used to send two different kinds of data flow: AT commands and PPP data packets. So, this serial link can be used in two different exclusive modes: · Command Mode: The serial link is reserved for the AT Commands flow · Data Mode: The serial link is reserved for the data flow But, during a data connection, the modem or the DTE may need to send some AT Commands to notify the other side of a major event. As there is just one serial link to send these two kinds of data, it is necessary to have a special procedure to switch from one kind to the other. · The first solution provided by V25 ter is to use +++ and ATO. This solution, very simple to implement, has the main drawback to allow only the DTE to control the switch between the 2 modes and it is usually only used to hang up a data call. There is an option to this solution that can be activated using AT&D command. This option allows switching from data to command mode by toggling DTR from `1' to `0'. [. . . ] PCL (dBm) Frequency error (Hz) Phase error RMS (degree) Frequency band Temperature (° C) Output power - max. PCL (dBm) Frequency error (Hz) Phase error RMS (degree) -40 29. 1 65 2. 6 GSM850 -40 31. 8 50 2. 6 DCS +85 28. 8 66 2. 3 -40 28. 7 69 2. 4 +85 31. 9 41 2. 4 EGSM -40 31. 8 46 2. 6 PCS +85 28. 7 66 2. 4 min 27. 5 -180 +85 31. 7 37 2. 3 min 30. 5 - 90 ETSI value max 30. 5 180 5° ETSI value max 35. 5 + 90 5° 6. 2. 3 Power consumption See §3. 7. 2 6. 3 OUT OF OPERATIONAL RANGE No operation is guaranteed by Sagemcom out of the extended range. However, it has been observed on several modules: Temperature range Comments -50° to -40° and +85° to 125° HiLo V2 modules keeps the communication without any anomaly C C C C No permanent damage is observed but some modules reboot 125°C to 150° C themselves T = 150° C The flash memory may be erased and the module has to be retrofited T < -50° and T > 150°C C No test has been performed Note d'étude / Technical document : URD1­ OTL 5635. 2­ 013 / 72398 Edition 2 HILO V2 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 11 March 2011 - Page 29/40 7. ESD Using human body model from JEDEC JESD 22-A114 standard, the HiLo V2 can stand for +/-2kV ESD on all pins of the 40 points connector and on the RF connector. Note d'étude / Technical document : URD1­ OTL 5635. 2­ 013 / 72398 Edition 2 HILO V2 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 11 March 2011 - Page 30/40 8. MECHANICAL SPECIFICATION 8. 1 PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS Whole size: 27 x 27 x 3. 6 Mounting pins RF connector Antenna Hot Point Ground Pad Pin 1 Pin 40 Board to Board connector Pin 20 Pin 21 Figure 8: HiLo V2 interface Note d'étude / Technical document : URD1­ OTL 5635. 2­ 013 / 72398 Edition 2 HILO V2 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 11 March 2011 - Page 31/40 Figure 9: HiLo V2 dimensions Note d'étude / Technical document : URD1­ OTL 5635. 2­ 013 / 72398 Edition 2 HILO V2 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 11 March 2011 - Page 32/40 8. 2 ASSEMBLY Shield frame is soldered on HiLo V2 PCB; Shield cover is assembled with shield frame and removable. The recommended solution to fix the HiLo V2 module is to manually solder the three mounting pins (represented on Figure 8 and Figure 10) on the motherboard. [. . . ]

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