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ProBee-ZE10 User Guide Rev.1.6.2 1

ZigBee OEM Module

ProBee-ZE10

User Guide

Sena Technologies, Inc.

Rev 1.6.2

ProBee-ZE10 User Guide Rev.1.6.2 2

ProBee-ZE10 User Guide

Firmware version PTv1.X

Copyright

Copyright 2010 ~ 2012, Sena Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved.

Sena Technologies reserves the right to make changes and improvements to its product without providing

notice.

Trademark

ProBee™ is a trademark of Sena Technologies, Inc.

Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.

Ethernet® is a registered trademark of XEROX Corporation.

Notice to Users When a system failure may cause serious consequences, protecting life and property against such consequences with a backup system or safety device is essential. The user agrees that protection against consequences resulting from system failure is the user's responsibility.

This device is not approved for life-support or medical systems.

Changes or modifications to this device not explicitly approved by Sena Technologies will void the user's authority to operate this device.

Technical Support Sena Technologies, Inc.

210 Yangjae-dong Seocho-gu Seoul 137-130, Korea Tel: (+82-2) 576-7362 Fax: (+82-2) 573-7710 Email: support@sena.com Website: http://www.sena.com ProBee-ZE10 User Guide Rev.1.6.2 3 Revision History Revision Date Name Description V1.0.0 2010-09-30 KS Choi Initial Writing V1.1.0 2010-10-27 KS Choi Modification for ZE10 PTv1.2 V1.2.0 2011-08-22 HR Zo Modification for ZE10 PTv1.3 V1.2.1 2011-09-16 HR Zo Modification of some typographical errors and addition of Serial Port Pin Map V1.2.2 2011-09-29 HR Zo Modification for ZE10 PTv1.4

- Adding AT+RSSI Command

- Modification of the AT+ESCAN result V1.5 2012-02-21 Uin Burn * Modification for ZE10 PTv1.5

- Modification of the ATS11 and flow control default value

- Adding Frequency Agility * Modification of Key Features about power and current * Modification of default function at Pin Assignment Table * Modification of Mechanical Drawings * Modification of Overview V1.6 2012-08-20 Uin Burn * Modification of Mechanical Drawings.

* Modification of ATS55 information.

* Modification of some mistypes.

V1.6.

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Contents 1 INTRODUCTION

1.1 About This Document

1.2 Overview

2 GETTING STARTED

2.1 Hardware Installation

2.1.1 Development Board Layout

2.1.2 Antenna Installation

2.1.3 Module Installation on the Development Board

2.1.4 Serial/USB Cable Installation

2.1.5 Powering Development Board

2.1.6 USB Driver Installation

2.2 Using Terminal Software for AT Commands

2.3 Using ProBee Manager for Configuration

2.3.1 Serial Port Open

2.3.2 Configuration

2.3.3 Firmware Update

3 ZIGBEE NETWORK CONFIGURATION

3.1 Setting up ZE10 as a Coordinator

3.1.1 Node Type Selection for Coordinator

3.1.2 Channel Mask Configuration for Coordinator

3.1.3 PAN ID Configuration for Coordinator

3.1.4 Permit Joining

3.2 Setting up ZE10 as a Router

3.2.1 Node Type Selection for Router

3.2.2 Channel Mask Configuration for Router

3.2.3 PAN ID Configuration for Router

3.2.4 Permit Joining

3.3 Setting up ZE10 as an End-Device

3.4 Setting up ZE10 as a Sleepy End-Device

3.5 ZigBee Security

3.5.1 Security Level

3.5.2 Link Key

3.5.3 Network Key

3.5.4 Update Key

ProBee-ZE10 User Guide Rev.1.6.2 5

3.6 Frequency Agility

4 DATA TRANSMISSION

4.1 Command Mode

4.1.1 Unicast

4.1.2 Multicast

4.1.3 Broadcast

4.1.4 Sending Binary Data

4.1.5 Display Incoming Message

4.2 Data Mode

4.2.1 Unicast Data Mode

4.2.2 Multicast Data Mode

4.2.3 Broadcast Data Mode

5 DIGITAL AND ANALOG I/O

5.1 GPIO (General Purpose Inputs and Outputs) Configuration

5.2 I/O Sampling

5.2.1 Queried Sampling

5.2.2 Periodic Sampling

5.2.3 Change Detection Sampling

5.2.4 GPIO Remote Control

6 WORKING WITH DEVELOPMENT KIT

6.1 Development Kit Contents

6.2 Development Board Features

6.3 Development Board Hardware Descriptions

6.3.1 Power

6.3.2 RS232 Port

6.3.3 USB Port

6.3.4 ZE10 GPIO Interface

6.3.5 LEDs (CR12-19)

6.3.6 Button Switches (SW10-17)

6.3.7 Variable Resistors (VR1, VR2)

6.3.8 Temperature Sensor

6.3.9 Light Sensor

6.3.10 Terminal Block

6.4 Configuration Example #1: 1 Coordinator, 1 Router and 1 End-Device

6.4.1 Coordinator Configuration

6.4.2 Router Configuration

6.4.3 End-device Configuration

ProBee-ZE10 User Guide Rev.1.6.2 6 6.4.4 Monitoring the Sensors

6.5 Configuration Example #2: 1 Coordinator and 2 End-Devices

6.5.1 Coordinator Configuration

6.5.2 End-devices Configuration

6.5.3 Turning on/off the LEDs

6.6 Configuration Example #3: Light Sensor and Temperature Sensor

6.6.1 Coordinator Configuration





6.6.2 Router Configuration

6.6.3 Applying

6.6.4 Queried Sampling

6.6.5 Periodic Sampling – Destination Node

6.6.6 Periodic Sampling – Sink Node

6.6.7 Data Conversion

7 AT COMMAND REFERENCE

7.1 Command Line Format

7.2 Standard AT Commands

7.2.1 AT

7.2.2 ATB

7.2.3 ATD

7.2.4 ATE

7.2.5 ATM

7.2.6 ATO

7.2.7 ATR

7.2.8 ATS

7.2.9 ATZ

7.2.10 AT&F

7.2.11 +++

7.3 Node Specific Information

7.3.1 AT+LONGADDR or AT+LA

7.3.2 AT+SHORTADDR or AT+SA

7.3.3 AT+ADDRDISCOVERY or AT+AD

7.3.4 AT+OPCH or AT+OC

7.3.5 AT+OPPANID or AT+OI

7.3.6 AT+OPEPID or AT+OE

7.3.7 AT+VERSION or AT+VR

7.3.8 AT+PRODUCTNAME or AT+PN

7.4 Network Specific Parameters

7.4.1 AT+CHMASK or AT+CM

7.4.2 AT+PANID or AT+PI

ProBee-ZE10 User Guide Rev.1.6.2 7 7.4.3 AT+EPID or AT+EI

7.4.4 AT+GROUPID or AT+GI

7.4.5 AT+POWER or AT+PW

7.4.6 AT+STACK or AT+ZS

7.4.7 AT+NODENAME or AT+NN

7.5 Network Formation and Join

7.5.1 AT+ASCAN or AT+AS

7.5.2 AT+ESCAN or AT+ES

7.5.3 AT+DSCAN or AT+DS

7.5.4 AT+RSSI or AT+RS

7.5.5 AT+NODETYPE or AT+NT

7.5.6 AT+PERMIT or AT+PJ

7.5.7 AT+LEAVE or AT+LV

7.6 End-device

7.6.1 AT+SLEEP or AT+SM

7.6.2 AT+PARENTLA or AT+PL

7.6.3 AT+PARENTSA or AT+PS

7.6.4 AT+CHILDTABLE or AT+CT

7.7 Data Transmission and Reception

7.7.1 AT+DESTLA or AT+DL

7.7.2 AT+DESTGROUPID or AT+DG

7.7.3 AT+SINKINFO or AT+SI

7.7.4 AT+MAXPAYLOAD or AT+MP

7.7.5 AT+TRASNSMITMODE or AT+TM

7.7.6 AT+UNICAST or AT+UC

7.7.7 AT+MULTICAST or AT+MC

7.7.8 AT+BROADCAST or AT+BC

7.7.9 AT+REMOTE or AT+RC

7.8 Security

7.8.1 AT+SECURITY or AT+SE

7.8.2 AT+LINKKEY or AT+LK

7.8.3 AT+NWKKEY or AT+NK

7.8.4 AT+UPDATEKEY or AT+UK

7.9 UART

7.9.1 AT+BAUDRATE or AT+UB

7.9.2 AT+DATABIT or AT+UD

7.9.3 AT+PARITY or AT+UP

7.9.4 AT+STOPBIT or AT+US

7.9.5 AT+FLOWCTRL or AT+UF

7.10 GPIO

ProBee-ZE10 User Guide Rev.1.6.2 8 7.10.1 AT+GPIO or AT+IO

7.10.2 AT+DIO

7.10.3 AT+AI

7.10.4 AT+ SOURCELA or AT+SL

7.11 Firmware Upload and Help

7.11.1 AT+BOOTLOAD or AT+BL

7.11.2 AT+HELP or AT+HP

8 AT COMMAND EXAMPLES

8.1 Network configuration

8.1.1 Coordinator

8.1.2 Router

8.1.3 End-device

8.1.4 Sleepy End-device

8.1.5 Specifying Network

8.2 Data Transmission

8.2.1 Command Mode

8.2.2 Data Mode

8.3 Security

8.4 UART Settings

8.5 GPIO

8.6 Firmware Upload

8.6.1 Local Node

8.6.2 Remote Node

8.6.3 Clone

9 S-REGISTERS

9.1 Display Options

9.1.1 S11

9.1.2 S12

9.1.3 S13

9.1.4 S14

9.2 Network Settings

9.2.1 S21

9.2.2 S22

9.2.3 S23

9.3 Data Transmissions

9.3.1 S31

9.3.2 S32

9.3.3 S33

ProBee-ZE10 User Guide Rev.1.6.2 9 9.3.4 S34

9.3.5 S35

9.3.6 S36

9.3.7 S37

9.3.8 S38

9.3.9 S39

9.4 GPIO

9.4.1 S41

9.4.2 S42

9.4.3 S43

9.4.4 S44

9.4.5 S45

9.5 End-Device

9.5.1 S51

9.5.2 S52

9.5.3 S53

9.5.4 S54

9.5.5 S55

9.5.6 S56

9.6 Sink

9.6.1 S61

9.6.2 S62

10 PIN ASSIGNMENTS

11 CONNECTIONS

11.1 Serial Port Pin Outs

11.2 Serial Wiring Diagram

11.2.1 To Host with DTE Interface

11.2.2 To Host with DCE Interface

12 MECHANICAL DRAWINGS

13 WARRANTY

13.1 GENERAL WARRANTY POLICY

13.2 LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

13.3 HARDWARE PRODUCT WARRANTY DETAILS

13.4 SOFTWARE PRODUCT WARRANTY DETAILS

13.5 THIRD-PARTY SOFTWARE PRODUCT WARRANTY DETAILS

14 REGULATORY INFORMATION

14.1 FCC

ProBee-ZE10 User Guide Rev.1.6.2 10

14.2 CE

14.3 TELEC

14.4 KCC

14.5 ZigBee Alliance

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1.1 About This Document This document provides an introduction on configuration and operation of the ProBee-ZE10 ZigBee OEM module. This document assumes the user is using the ZE10 starter kit for evaluation hence the pictures and configuration examples shown in this document are all based on the ZE10 starter kit.

This document does not provide full detail of the hardware specifications. Please refer to the ProBeeZE10 data sheet for further references on the hardware design.

1.2 Overview The ProBee-ZE10 is an all-in-one ZigBee OEM module with integrated ZigBee core and radio/antenna circuits together with high level software library. Using the ZE10, OEM manufacturers can easily and costeffectively integrate ZigBee functionality into target products in timely manner.

The ZE10 OEM module is designed to meet specific requirements of low cost and low power wireless applications such as Home Automation, Smart Energy, Health care, Building Automation and Telecom Services by adopting the ZigBee technology. The ZE10 is based on the Ember EM250 ZigBee core and certified ZigBee Alliance based on ZigBee 2007 and ZigBee Pro stack.

Despite of its low cost and low power consumptions, the ZE10 provides high performance and robust data transfer capability for wide range of applications. The ZE10 can transfer data at up to 250 kbps and reach up to 1.6 km (1 mile) outdoor line-of-sight.

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This chapter describes how to install the ZE10 modules on to the development boards and how to use terminal software programs to access the ZE10 modules using AT commands for configurations and operations. The rest of the steps including ZigBee network creation, coordinator/router/end-device configurations and data transmissions are described in the following chapters. The more detailed information on the starter kit and the configuration examples are also provided in the later chapter.

2.1 Hardware Installation 2.1.1 Development Board Layout Figure 2-1 shows the layout of the development board. The development board provides the interface between the ZE10 and the external serial port or USB port together with input/output terminals for convenient tests.

Figure 2-1 Development Board Layout ProBee-ZE10 User Guide Rev.1.6.2 14 2.1.2 Antenna Installation The ZE10 starter kit includes the several antennas for evaluation purposes. You can try different antennas for testing purpose and select the appropriate antenna for the actual applications. Figure 2-2 shows how to install the RP-SMA dipole antenna to the ZE10 module.

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2.1.3 Module Installation on the Development Board Once the antenna is installed on the ZE10 module, the ZE10 module can be installed on the development board.

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2.1.4 Serial/USB Cable Installation After the ZE10 is securely installed on the development board, please connect the included serial cable between the development board and your computer so AT commands can be sent from the computer to the ZE10 module. The serial port of the development board is DB9 female as a DTE terminal, and the serial cable included is a cross-over cable for DTE-DTE connection. To use the serial port, the HOST (SW2) switch should be set to UART.

Figure 2-4 Serial Cable Installation

In case the serial port is not available for the computer, you can use the USB port of the development board instead. In this case, the internal USB-RS232 converter of the development board will convert the USB signal to the RS232 signal and vice versa. To use the USB port, the HOST (SW2) switch should be set to USB and the software driver for the USB in the CD should be installed on the computer. For the USB driver installation, please refer to the section 2.1.6.

Figure 2-5 USB Cable Installation ProBee-ZE10 User Guide Rev.1.6.2 16 2.1.5 Powering Development Board Once all the installations are completed, please plug in the power connector using the included DC power adapter. The RS_PWR, USB_PWR and BATT_EN jumpers should be all OPEN to use the DC power adapter. Alternatively, the development board can be powered using batteries, or from the USB port or through the RS232 port pin 9. In these cases, the power source jumpers should be set accordingly. For details about the power source jumper settings, please refer to the section 6.3.1 Power.

Figure 2-6 Plugging DC Power Adapter



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