July 24, 2019 - 10:35pm, 1919 views
I acquired a CINTERION EHS6T module and I want to configure it in Windows 10, through AT commands. What interface or program is necessary to do this? Thanks in advance, regards. Samuel Martinez
Gracias de antemano, saludos.
You can access the terminal via RS232 or USB interface. Terminal's ASC0 is connected to DB9 interface, ASC1 pins are available in the GPIO connector and if the terminal has USB interface you can also use it.
To connect to a port for sending AT commands you will need some serial port terminal program like Termite, Teraterm, Zoc, HyperTerminal etc. The program ***** to be able to connect to srial interfaces (COM1, COM 2 etc.) For RS232 the default setting is baudrate 112500, 8N1. You should also activate RTS/CTS flow control. To execute any AT command you need to send <CR> character in the end of the command. Without that the modle will not reply. You may need to configure this in the terminal program. On your Windows PC you will find the available ports in Device Manager under Ports and modem interface (if you connect USB) under Modems. You may need to install dedicated drivers for USB.
Not all USB ports will accept AT commands - you need to try which ones does. On the module it is configurable with "Serial/Interface/Allocation" parameter of AT^SCFG command. For RS232 only please check AT^SPOW output - by default there is a power saving on serial interfaces activated. It would be easier to deactivate it.
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