During installation the SPT’s display will read out the messages in the order below. When attending site to fix a problem the SPT display will be reading out one of those messages. If the display is asleep (off), tap the A button once and the display will light up.
- Do not affix the aerial until you have confirmed radio path operation. - Do not coil the aerial cable tightly, crush the antenna cable with clips or tie wraps or put the aerial inside the panel enclosure. - If replacing a system with a WebWay order our SMA to MMCX convertor to use existing antenna. - 3G Radio frequencies which provide improved material/building penetration. - 3G Radio will operate well at signal strength readings below that of 2G. - GPRS is a low frequency service. - Without good reception performance may be poor. - Attempt to achieve a signal strength indication of 3 or better.
SIM is initialising.
0 to A or “NO GSM”
- SIM has initialised. - GSM signal strength is read as between 0 and A (10). - “NO GSM” indicates there is no GSM signal
0 to A or “NO GPRS”
- SPT sees GPRS services from the local cells. - GPRS signal strength is between 0 and A (10). - “NO GPRS” indicates there is no GPRS service.
0 to A 3G
- SPT sees 3G services from the local cells. - 3G signal strength is between 0 and A (10). - “NO 3G” indicates there is no GPRS service.
0 to A 2G
- SPT sees GPRS services from the local cells. - GPRS signal strength is between 0 and A (10). - “NO GPRS” indicates there is no GSM service.
SPT is fully commissioned and signalling on all available paths. Displays after 30 minutes of no other inputs to the display.
The Radio signalling paths status is represented by 2 flashes of the ATS LED. In 3G/PSTN or 3G single path configuration the Radio paths are displayed first. In IP/3G configuration the radio paths are shown second. If showing Red-Red the SPT has no working Radio ATPs.