AeroComm ConnexModem Version 2.0 user manual

User manual for the device AeroComm ConnexModem Version 2.0

Device: AeroComm ConnexModem Version 2.0
Size: 0,25 MB
Date of adding : 2013-06-01 19:01:46
Number of pages: 11
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User’s Manual
Version 2.0

LENEXA, KS 66219
(800) 492-2320

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Document Information Copyright © 2001 AEROCOMM, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright The information contained in this manual and the accompanying Information software programs are copyrighted and all rights are reserved by AEROCOMM, Inc. AEROCOMM, Inc. reserves the right to make periodic modifications of this product without obligation to notify any person or entity of such revision. Copying, duplicating, selling, or otherwise distributing any part of this product without the prior c

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FCC Information FCC Notice WARNING: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. RF Exposure/Installation Instructions (For CM5124-200-232 and CL5124-200-232) WARNING: To satisfy FCC RF exposure requirements for mobile transmitting devices, this equipment

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Table of Contents USER’S MANUAL........................................................................................... 1 1. OVERVIEW.............................................................................................................. 5 1.1 CONNEXMODEM & CONNEXLINK DEFINITIONS .................................................. 5 2. WINDOWS MODEM SETUP & CONFIGURATION......................................... 5 2.1 AUTO-ANSWER FEATURE ..............................................

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ConnexModem & ConnexPC User’s Manual 1. Overview The ConnexModem and ConnexLink products provide a wireless point-to-point connection between a RS232 device and a 56K data/fax modem. 1.1 ConnexModem & ConnexLink Definitions 1. Pwr: Red LED indicates power is connected to the unit. 2. Link: Green LED indicates the units are in range of one another. 3. Rx: Red LED indicates a unit is receiving data. 4. Tx: Green LED indicates a unit is sending data. 5. Dual RJ11 Jack: There are 2 sta

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ConnexModem & ConnexPC User’s Manual 2. If the Standard 56000 bps K56Flex Modem is not installed, click Add… to install a new modem. 3. Select Other when asked what type of modem you want to install, then click on Next>. 4. Select “Don’t detect my modem; I will select it from a list”. Then select Next>. 5/25/2004 6

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ConnexModem & ConnexPC User’s Manual 5. Select “(Standard Modem Types)” from the Manufacturers list, then select “Standard 56000 bps K56Flex Modem” from the Models list. Click Next> to continue. 6. Select the port to use with the modem and click Next> to continue. 7. Wait while Windows installs the modem. Click Finish to complete the installation of the new modem and to return to the Modems Properties window. 5/25/2004 7

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ConnexModem & ConnexPC User’s Manual 8. You are now ready to configure the new modem. Select “Standard 56000 bps K56Flex Modem” and then click Properties. 9. On the General tab, select the port that is connected to the ConnexLink unit. Select 115200 for the Maximum speed. Do not select “Only connect at this speed”, as this will not allow communications from the ConnexLink unit to the ConnexModem unit. The selected Baud Rate must match the ConnexLink’s Baud Rate setting. 10. Click

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ConnexModem & ConnexPC User’s Manual 11. Click Advanced… to continue. Select “Use flow control” and then select “Hardware (RTS/CTS)”. Click OK to return to the Standard 56000 bps K56Flex Modem Properties window. Click OK to return to the Modems Properties window. Click Close to complete the configuration. 5/25/2004 9

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ConnexModem & ConnexPC User’s Manual 2.1 Auto-Answer Feature This feature enables the ConnexModem unit to answer an incoming call over the phone line. In order to enable this feature, the HyperTerminal program must be opened. HyperTerminal is launched by clicking on the Start icon in Windows and selecting Programs. From the Programs list select Accessories, Communications, then HyperTerminal. Once in HyperTerminal, you must type a name for the connection and click OK. Next to the Con

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ConnexModem & ConnexPC User’s Manual 3. Connecting to a Non-PC Device When using ConnexModem to connect a non-PC device to a phone line, it is important that the ConnexLink unit is configured properly. The ConnexLink unit must match the serial settings of the non-PC host device To configure the ConnexLink unit, refer to the ConnexLink User’s Manual located on the AeroComm CD or website. The ConnexModem unit cannot be reconfigured except by AeroComm. 4. Troubleshooting Please call our t

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