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InDTU300 Series Quick Guide

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This document is used to guide customer installing and operating InDTU300 Series Industrial GPRS Data Terminal
Unit which researched and developed by InHand Networks. Please make sure the product model and the accessories in the
packaging (like power supply, antenna) before using. If you need buy SIM card, please consult the local operators.

Panel Layout
There are two serials ports in InDTU300, COM 1 is for data communications and COM 2 is for configuration. We use
COM 2 to configure InDTU300.

GND COM 1 9600 / 8 / none / 1,

TXD/485- Data transmission Allow you to change
RXD/485+ only the parameters
TXD2 COM2 15200 / 8 / none / 1,
RXD2 Configuration only parameters can be
GND changed
V- Power supply

Typical application
InDTU300 series can be used to connect your serial device (RS232/485) to internet via GPRS network.
Quick Connection to Internet
Step 1: Preparation

Notice: all the operation should be carried out when InRouter keep interruption of power supply.

Open the shell Insert SIM Card

Power on and connection to PC Antenna Installation

Link the InDTU300`s terminal with DB9 interface to PC using a USB to DB9 line (you can buy it from local tool
Step 2: Open Configured Software

This Chapter will show how to set InDTU300 as a TCP client.

1) After correctly link InDTU300 to PC, open the Configure Tool, select the available COM port and enable
Auto to let software auto detect InDTU300 or click the Detect DTU to check if connection is correctly.

If you see the following prompt, then you can continue your operations, if not, you have to check your
connection and serial parameters again.
2) Then therell be a window pop up, you should input adm/123456 to login.

3) Before configure InDTU300, youd better read the conf file first. Click Read Conf. File button to get the
configure file of InDTU300.
Now, you can configure what you want.

4) Click Work ModeLink Mode and set as Always Online.

5) Click GPRS setting then input the right parameters you get from local mobile operator.
Auto Dialup --- On: dialup automatically after configuration / Off: dialup on demand (triggered by
SMS/Call/Serial Data)
Dialup Number--- default: *99***1#, provided by local mobile operator.
APN/Username/Password --- provided by local mobile operator
PPP Heartbeat Interval --- the heartbeat to keep link alive
Redial Interval --- when ppp dialup failed, after this interval, InDTU300 will redial
MAX Retries --- after MAX Retries and no dialup successful, InDTU300 will reboot
6) Click Data Center to configure the details of where InDTU300 connecting central site.
DTU No. --- The Number is for identifying InDTU(only for DC protocol).
Center IP --- Users data center IP address (must be a static IP, if you have DNS only, just set it blank and turn to
Port --- Users data center servers port.
DNS --- if your center has only DNS, you can set DNS to let InDTU access to data center.
Protocols --- TCP/UDP client, Modbus Bridge. For Kingview SCADA, you can also set DC UDP protocols.
Heartbeat Interval --- after this interval, InDTU will send a heartbeat to detect whether the server is reachable.
MAX Retries --- after MAX Retries and no heartbeat successful, InDTU will reboot.
DNS IP1/IP2 --- Domain Name Server, recommended setting: (Google Domain Name Server).
7) Finished configuration, click Write Conf. File to save the configuration into InDTU300
8) You should reboot InDTU300 after write conf file.

Now, the configuration is completed.

Description of LEDs
User may observe the system and connection status of InDTU300 from the LED indications on the front panel.

LED Indications


On X Fast Flash Alternatively Start Module
On X Off Slow Flash Initial Module by AT command
On Fast Flash Off Slow Flash PPP Dialup to Internet
On X Slow Flash Off Wait for dialup trigger (for connection on
demand only)
On X Slow Flash Alternatively Successful PPP Dialup to Internet, wait for
connect to User Data Center
On means to be constantly on, i.e. keep on without flashing for at least 3 seconds.
Off means to be constantly off, i.e. keep off without flashing for at least 3 seconds.
Slow flash means to flash at a rate around 1Hz
Quick flash means to flash at a rate around 5Hz

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