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Mar 17, 2011, 10:36 am Last Edit: Mar 17, 2011, 10:48 am by servantos Reason: 1
Hi!

I have device IVTM-7N [1] and Arduino Duemilanove
How send a request from Arduino to device?

Request example: $ 0001 RR 0000 04 AD 0D
[Addr] = 0001, [Cmd] = RR, [DataAddr] = 0000, [DataLen] = 04, [ch] = AD

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#include <NewSoftSerial.h>  //Include the NewSoftSerial library to send serial commands to the cellular module.
#include <string.h>         //Used for string manipulations

char incoming_char=0;      //Will hold the incoming character from the Serial Port.

NewSoftSerial cell(2,3);  //Create a 'fake' serial port. Pin 2 is the Rx pin, pin 3 is the Tx pin.

void setup()
{
  //Initialize serial ports for communication.
  Serial.begin(9600);
  cell.begin(9600);
 
  //Let's get started!
  Serial.println("Starting...");
  delay(500); // give the module some thinking time
  cell.println("$ 0001 RR 0000 04 AD 0D");
  delay(500); // give the module some thinking time
  cell.println("$ 0001 RR 0000 04 AD 0D");
}

void loop() {
  //If a character comes in from the cellular module...
  if(cell.available() >0)
  {
    incoming_char=cell.read();    //Get the character from the cellular serial port.
    Serial.print(incoming_char);  //Print the incoming character to the terminal.
  }
  //If a character is coming from the terminal to the Arduino...
  if(Serial.available() >0)
  {
    incoming_char=Serial.read();  //Get the character coming from the terminal
    cell.print(incoming_char);    //Send the character to the cellular module.
  }
}


This is not work(
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[~800kb] http://viewkazan.ru/foto/20110317_002.jpg (RS-232 of device)
[~800kb] http://viewkazan.ru/foto/20110317_003.jpg (connect to Arduino)

PaulS

That RS232 connector should tell you something about the device. Specifically, it is most likely NOT using TTL level voltages. You need a MAX232 chip in between. Soon. Like before you damage your Arduino, if you haven't already.

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