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Construction of the Data-Term unit is straightforward. A single 4- by 6-in glass-epoxy circuit board is used for this project. Single-row male header pins are used for J1 and J2 as well as for the input switches at J3; see Table 23-4. A two-screw-position terminal is used for the telephone line input. Male header pins could also be used for the display and buzzer if desired. As mentioned, a 5-V regulator powers the Data-Term unit, and the regulator is powered by a 12-V power supply. The LCD display, LED, and buzzer, as well as the push button switches,
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TABLE 23-3 BS2 PIN IN
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STAMP 2 PINOUTS (U7) OUTPUT FUNCTION DIRECTION
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10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
P0 P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 P15
S1 S2 S3 S4 CLK RXD M0 M1 RING LINE Zpin Mpin Display Buzzer Lamp Future
IN IN IN IN OUT IN OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT IN/OUT
are all mounted at the front panel of a plastic enclosure. Two telephone jacks are placed on the rear panel, one for the telephone line and the other for the X10 controller. A coaxial power jack is also placed on the rear panel to accept connections from the 12-Vdc wall wart power supply. The entire circuit is placed in a 6- by 6- by 2-in plastic enclosure.
Operating the Unit
Operation of the Data-Term is really quite simple. Connect a serial cable between your personal computer and the Data-Term; see Fig. 23-4. First apply power to the Data-Term circuit. Next, load the Data-Term software into the Data-Term circuit. Connect the phone line and the X10 controller and you are ready. You can now use your Data-Alert to call the Data-Term unit to report an alarm condition, which can be used to turn on appliances in your home or office. Install the DATA.BS2 software into the Data-Alert, and connect the Data-Alert to a phone line. Next connect your Data-Term to a second phone or neighbor s phone line and you can test the communication between your Data-Alert and your Data-Term units. Locate the STAMP 2 Windows editor program titled STAMPW.EXE. Next connect the programming cable between your PC and the Data-Term. Apply power to the circuit and
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TABLE 23-4
J-SERIES CONNECTOR/HEADER PINOUTS SERIAL I/O PROGRAMMING CABLE
J1-1 J1-2 J1-3 J1-4
ATN TX RX Ground
X10 OUTPUTS
J2-1 J2-2 J2-3 J2-4
Zpin GND GND Mpin
USER SWITCHES
J3-1 J3-2 J3-3 J3-4
S1 S2 S3 S4
J1-4
J1-header
3 2 1
J1-1 Serial Programming cable
Rear view female DB-9
Figure 23-4 Data-Term programming cable.
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download one of the RXMODEM.BS2 programs (Listing 23-1, 23-2, or 23-3) to the DataTerm unit. You are now ready to test communications between the Data-Alert and the DataTerm units. Figure 23-5 shows the X10 control cable between the Data-Term and the X10 controller unit. The software provided with the Data-Term is evolving and can be expanded by you for more functions as well as future applications. The Data-Alert system and Data-Term together form a powerful alarm reporting system that can be used to monitor many different types of sensors and/or alarm conditions and report to a remote Data-Term station located at your next door neighbor or across the country. Now you are free to go about your business or leisure and not worry about monitoring important devices.
'RXMODEM4.BS2 chan var byte msg var byte(20) houseA con 0 unit1 con 0 houseB con 1 houseC con 2 houseD con 3 clk con 4 ipin con 5 M0 con 6 M1 con 7 RI var in8 Tele con 9 clrLCD con 12 opin con 12 buzz con 13 lite con 14 bdmd con 17197 zpin con 10 mpin con 11 init: DIRL = %00000000 DIRH = %00000000 low clk High M0 'modem init High M1 'modem init pause 1000 serout opin,17197,[clrLCD] hold: if IN8 = 1 then hold 'hold: IF in0 = 1 then hold main: pause 1000 high Tele 'telephone line pause 2000 high clk 'modem clock pause 19000 low M0 'modem setup pause 1000
Listing 23-1 Data-Term program 1.
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SERIN ipin,17197,[WAIT(" CHAN"), dec1 chan, STR msg\19\10] debug STR msg pause 200 serout opin,17197,[STR msg\19] branch chan-1,[st1,st2,st3,st4] st1: xout mpin,zpin,[houseA\unit1] xout mpin,zpin,[houseA\uniton] pause 15000 xout mpin,zpin,[houseA\unitoff] pause 20000 low tele goto init st2: xout mpin,zpin,[houseB\unit1] xout mpin,zpin,[houseB\uniton] pause 15000 xout mpin,zpin,[houseB\unitoff] pause 20000 low tele goto init st3: xout mpin,zpin,[houseC\unit1] xout mpin,zpin,[houseC\uniton] pause 15000 xout mpin,zpin,[houseC\unitoff] pause 20000 low tele goto init st4: xout mpin,zpin,[houseD\unit1] xout mpin,zpin,[houseD\uniton] pause 15000 xout mpin,zpin,[houseD\unitoff] pause 20000 low tele goto init
Listing 23-1 Data-Term program 1 (Continued).
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