VERSION: 1.2
UPDATED: AUG 2013 WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitor and Remote Control Switch USER MANUAL WITURA TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD | WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitor & Remote Control Switch User Manual V1.3
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INTRODUCTION The WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitoring & Remote Control Switch is capable of monitor 2 digital inputs, 1 x 30A relay output, 1 timer input, and power outages notification function. One of the digital inputs can turn to pulse counter input. The unit can monitor 2 digital inputs. A call and SMS alarm message will sent when inputs triggered. The system is able to load up to 5 numbers in the white list as authorised users. One of the digital inputs can be pulse counter alarm input. The input alert message can be edited and programmed up to 40 characters long. User can change the display text by sending the SMS text commands to the units. The unit also has 1 x 30A heavy duty relay output can be used to switch on any application like lamps, pumps, heaters, motor etc. Output relay can be switched ON or OFF by calling its cell phone number or by sending an SMS command, there is no call charges incurred when dialling the unit as it will recognize an authorised telephone number calling it and reject the call without answering. One Call to the SIM Card Number will switch the device OFF permanently. Another Call to the SIM Card will switch the device ON permanently. The GSM Remote Control system supports timer function, the user can set schedule to turn on / off the switch. For example, put your pump, motor on a schedule. “Turn off in 5 minutes”, “turn on at 17:00, “turn on 1 year later” This function is important to use in the renting and leasing industry of electrical appliances, heavy vehicle, and rental of site equipment to turn off the machines when off hire time completed This function also important as the reminder to the owner to monitor the SIM Card expiry date. User can instruct the unit to trigger the relay in the specified times and sent the SMS to the user to keep the SIM card active when expiry dates. The unit equips 1 pulse counter input, the range is 00000~59999. The user can setup start value, interval alert value alert, interval time to alert, total value to alarm, when total value alarm occurrence, it can active the relay outputs and sent SMS or dial to authorize phone number. The unit detect loss of power. Once power outage is detected, the unit will call and SMS to your cell phone and / or sound an auditable alert to make you aware of the power failure. The system using CE and FCC approved industry internal power supply connected on board. A backup lithium battery can power up at least 8 hours and will sent a power down or power restored alerts in the event of power failure WITURA TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD | WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitor & Remote Control Switch User Manual V1.3
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SETTING UP AND PROGRAMMING When first booting up the system you will see Green LED Lights on the side of the Enclosure and it should light up when the Network is applied to the unit. The Green LED is the network Indicator and this will light up when attempting to log on to the network flash inconsistently until it locates the network. A Phone Call to the SIM Card Number will now Latch the Relay permanently ON and Switch the device being Controlled On. The Status of the Relay will remain as on, until the unit receives a second Call to the Unit of which will now Latch the Relay Permanently off. Both Calls used to Latch the Relay either on or off are automatically disconnected, once the relays are activated and never incur any Network Call Costs. Beside calls to switch off or on, the unit also can be permanently switch off and on by sending the unit a text message command WITURA TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD | WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitor & Remote Control Switch User Manual V1.3
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Step 1 ‐ The simplest set up methods to set up Administrator number Applied the “KISS Principle”, keep it simple, stupid. The GSM Remote Control Switch is easy to setup and use. Insert the SIM card, simply use your mobile phone call to the unit, your mobile phone number will automatically register as the 1st Administrators You will receive the following SMS message from the unit – Administrator: 1: 18617185300 (your phone number) 2: 3: 4: 5: You already finish the set up. Now, you can use your mobile phone call to the SIM Card number switch the device on permanently. Another call to the SIM Card will switch the device off permanently. If you do not required to go through details setting, please process to STEP3 – Final Installation and Wiring WITURA TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD | WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitor & Remote Control Switch User Manual V1.3
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Factory Reset If you required to change the administrator number in the future, simply press the button “FACTORY” at the mother board until you hear the “du~” . This means the unit back to the factory default This means you already reset the unit to factory default. Now you can start to call again to set the administrator. This method of setting is only allowed to set 1 administrator number. If you wish to set more administrators, please go to Step 3 – Installation and set up Step 2 ‐ Advance Set Up NO. 1 Description Programming Code First Step of programming, you *0*1234# must enter the factory passwords of 1234 and go inside the programming mode. SMS Texts Respond Function You get administrator privileges! 2013‐10‐09 00:33 Wed When you enter *0*1234#, you enter into the programming mode. You must perform the next command in 10 minutes. If you did not do anything, the system will exit from programming mode. New password<1212>
2013‐10‐10 16:07 Thu Maximum 4 digits of passwords
You only can perform the next commands after enter into programming mode 2 Change Password *0*1234*new password# For example if you need to change to the new PW of 1212. *0*1234*1212# If you decide to protect your privacy, you can change the factory password to your new password. Enter the factory password follow by your new password. WITURA TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD | WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitor & Remote Control Switch User Manual V1.3
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3 Add telephone number into the *1*1*telephone number#
admin list. For example set Admin number 18617185300 into admin 2 *1*2*18617185300# Administrator:
1: 15989427391 2: 18617185300 3: 4: 5: 2013‐10‐10 16:08 Thu Set Admin Numbers ; *1*1* ‐ set 1st admin number *1*2* ‐ set 2nd admin number *1*3* ‐ set 3rd admin number *1*4* ‐ set 4th admin number *1*5* ‐ set 5th admin number Only the number in the list can receive alarm texts message and active the relay output. You can add up to 5 telephone number into the admin list. Administrator: 1: 15989427391 2: 18617185300 3: 4: 5: 2013019019 16:09 Thu Delete the admin number in the list. *3*N# N = Admin number 1‐ 5 For example, if you want to delete admin no 2. just enter *3*2# Administrator:
1: 15989427391 2: 3: 4: 5: 2013019019 17:16 Thu Delete Admin Number Delete 1st admin *3*1# Delete 2nd admin *3*2# Delete 3rd admin *3*3# Delete 4th admin *3*4# Delete 5th admin *3*5# Check the relay status in ON or OFF Mode. Master relay <ON> 2013‐10‐10 16:10 Thu The unit will return Master relay <ON> if the relay is on. The unit will return Master relay <OFF> if the relay is off. 4 Check phone number you program in the list 5 6 *2* *4* WITURA TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD | WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitor & Remote Control Switch User Manual V1.3
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7 Check Signal Strength *5* CSQ<28> 2013‐10‐10 16:11 Thu You must confirm the signal strength at site before you install the unit. If the signal too weak, the unit will not function properly. CSQ 5 – 12 Signal too weak, system not function CSQ 13 ‐ 24 Signal Good. System function well CSQ 25 – 32 Signal Excellent. System working well 8 Setting the year, month, day, hours, minutes, week *12*YYYYMMDDHHMMX# Time change OK! 2013‐10‐10 16:05 Thu YYYY=4 digit for Year
MM = 2 digit for Month
DD = 2 digit for Date HH = 2 digit for Hour
MM = 2 digit for Minutes
X = 1‐7 (Day of the Week)
Example set as *12*2013101016054# which means 2013‐10‐10 16:05 Thu
If reprogram the date, it will take the last as the accurate date. The date have to be correct (if setting 2014‐2‐29 or 2013‐11‐31) this is the incorrect date which is not occur, the system will verify the date, time, day if correct, the date have to be after year 2013 WITURA TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD | WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitor & Remote Control Switch User Manual V1.3
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9 Schedule the ON/OFF for the Master Relay *13*N*YYYYMMDDHHMM#
Master relay off time: 2013‐10‐10 16:33 2013‐10‐10 16:31 Thu
When the programmed time is reach, the relay is either on or off, all the admin will get the reply SMS as per below. Since time is up! Master relay<OFF>
2013‐10‐10 16:33 Thu N=0 (Switch Off the Master Relay) N=1 (Switch On the Master Relay) YYYY=4 digit for Year
MM = 2 digit for Month
DD = 2 digit for Date HH = 2 digit for Hour
MM = 2 digit for Minutes
Example set as *13*0*201310101633# which means 2013‐10‐10 16:33 to switch off the master relay
If reprogram the date, it will take the last as the correct date. If you program the date that already past, the system will alert you 11 Checking the schedule time for Master Relay ON/OFF *14* Master relay on time: Master relay off time: 2013‐10‐10 16:33 2013‐10‐10 16:35 Thu Checking the schedule time for Master Relay ON/OFF, when the time reach, the system will operate and it will delete the schedule time automatically. 12 Delete the schedule time for the Master Relay ON/OFF *15*N# Master relay on time: Master relay off time: 2013‐10‐14 11:08 Mon N=0 (Delete schedule of Relay OFF Time) N=1 (Delete schedule of Relay ON Time) 14 SMS Reply Message when the system ON/OFF *21*N#
Message switch <ON>
2013‐10‐10 17:06 Thu N=0 means SMS Reply Message when the system OFF
N=1 means SMS Reply Message when the system ON
Factory Default as SMS Reply Message when the system ON
If setting to not receive SMS Reply Message when the system OFF, the unit will return a message indicate successful setting for the command and it will no longer sending SMS reply until the setting of SMS Reply Message when the system ON is done. When the system having the temperature alert, wireless alarm alert, it will automatically sending the alert message to the Admin WITURA TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD | WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitor & Remote Control Switch User Manual V1.3
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15 To receive SMS Reply Message or not to receive SMS Replay Message when the system trigger by phone call *22*N#
After sending command *22*0# Status switch <OFF> 2013‐10‐10 17:10 Thu: After sending command *22*1# Master relay <OFF> 2013‐10‐10 17:08 Thu: 18 Security mode/ Open Mode *23*N#
When Setting as Security Mode *23*1#
Mode switch <ON> 2013‐10‐10 17:13 Thu
When Setting as Open Mode *23*0# Mode switch <OFF> 2013‐10‐10 17:13 Thu 20 SMS Text Message to Switch On/Off Relay *24*N# When Setting as *24*1# Master relay <ON> 2013‐10‐10 17:13 Thu
When Setting as *24*0# Master relay <OFF> 2013‐10‐10 17:13 Thu N=1 means after make the phone call to the system, it will return the SMS for the status to the caller
N=0 means after make the phone call to the system, it will not return the SMS for the Status to the caller
Factory Default as return SMS for the status after make the phone call
** If you decide not to allow the system to
text you for any acknowledgement after you call to the unit. You can switch OFF the text message. Some Customer request
this function because texts reply involved call cost N=1 means in security mode. Only allow the number in the list can text to the unit to control the system. N=0 means in open mode. Anybody can call to the unit to control the system. Please take note that the Privacy and Security before you decide to use the Open Mode
Factory Default is N=1 for Security Mode N=1 means switch on the relay by SMS Message N=0 means switch off the relay by SMS Message WITURA TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD | WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitor & Remote Control Switch User Manual V1.3
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21 SMS Text Message to Switch On/Off Relay *24*N#
When Setting as *24*1# Master relay <ON> 2013‐10‐10 17:13 Thu
When Setting as *24*0# Master relay <OFF> 2013‐10‐10 17:13 Thu N=1 means switch on the relay by SMS Message N=0 means switch off the relay by SMS Message 22 Call alert to the First Admin Number when turn on / off the alarm equipment *25*N# When Setting as *25*5# Call switch: wireless alarm 2013‐10‐10 17:18 Thu N=0 means switch off all alarm alert, which means any alarm alert from the equipment, it will not call the first admin number N=1 means when the equipment is switch on, it will call the first admin number N=2 means when the equipment is power outage, it will call the first admin number
N=3 means when the equipment is line cut trigger, it will call the first admin number
N=4 means when over the high or low limit of temperature, it will cal the first admin number
N=5 means when the 9 channel wireless alarm having the alarm alert, it will call the first admin number
N only can set for either one between 0 to 5 which means only can set either 1 function. If there is a repeat setting, it will overwrite the before setting and take the last setting. Factory Default as N=0 which means any alarm alert from the equipment, it will not call the first admin number WITURA TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD | WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitor & Remote Control Switch User Manual V1.3
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23 Edit Input Messages for the system and 9 Channels Wireless Alarm Alert Messages *26*N*XXXXXXXX#
When Setting as *26*0*The equipment has already started!# Startup user defined information: The equipment has already started! 2013‐10‐10 17:24 Thu
When Setting as *26*1*The door closed!# Wireless 1 defined information: The door closed! 2013‐10‐10 17:21 Thu N=0 means Edit for Input Messages for the system when switch on
N=1 ‐9 means Edit for Input Alert Message for which channel of Wireless Alarm Equipment that connected
N=10 means Edit for Input Alert Message for line cut alert
N=11 means Edit for Input Alert Message for pulse counter when it reach the value set.
XXXXXXX is the text messages content which can up to 70 alphabet. When the text message content successfully programmed, it will overwrite the system default text messages 24 Check input messages programmed in the system and the 9 channels wireless alarm alert messages *27*N# When Setting as *27*0# Startup user defined information: The equipment has already started! 2013‐10‐10 17:36 Thu
When Setting as *27*1# Wireless 1 defined information: The door closed! 2013‐10‐10 17:40 Thu N=0 means Check the Input Messages for the system when switch on
N=1 ‐9 means Check the Input Alert Message for which channels of Wireless Alarm Equipment that connected
N=10 means Check Input Alert Message for line cut alert
N=11 means Check Input Alert Message for pulse counter when it reach the value set.
If there is no text message programmed, it will return a SMS with Blank Message WITURA TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD | WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitor & Remote Control Switch User Manual V1.3
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25 Delete input messages programmed *28*N#
in the system and the 9 channels wireless alarm alert messages When Setting as *28*0# Delete OK! 2013‐10‐10 17:42 Thu
After delete success, when system restart, admin will receive the default text message System startup! Master relay <OFF> 2013‐10‐10 17:45 Thu
N=0 means Delete the Input Messages for the system when switch on
N=1 ‐9 means Delete the Input Alert Message for which channels of Wireless Alarm Equipment that connected
N=10 means Delete Input Alert Message for line cut alert
N=11 means Delete Input Alert Message for pulse counter when it reach the value set.
If there is no text message programmed, it will return a SMS with Blank Message When Setting as *28*1# Delete OK! 2013‐10‐10 17:42 Thu
After delete success, when the 1st channel wireless alarm trigger, admin will receive the default text message Alarm 1.Please timely processing! 2013‐10‐10 17:45 Thu 26 Setting Pulse Counter *29*XXXXX# When Setting as *29*00030# Overplus: 30 PCS 2013‐10‐10 17:42 Thu XXXXX = 00000 to 59999 means the pulse counter value
After setting the pulse counter value, when there is pulse situation, the system will calculate the total number of pulses, and sending the text messages to the Admin. The message will include the total pulse counter value within 1 minute and the remaining value of the pulse counter value. (which means the total pulse counter value deduct the pulse counter value) 27 Check Remaining Pulse Counter Value *30* When sending *30* Overplus: 30 PCS 2013‐10‐10 17:27 Thu Checking the remaining pulse counter value WITURA TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD | WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitor & Remote Control Switch User Manual V1.3
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28 This command is setting of high or low voltage level output. Low voltage level output connects J16 connector (0V or GND). Setting is *31*0# High voltage level output connect the J16 connector (5V or GND) and set the *31*1# *31*N# *31*0#, low voltage level output connection *31*1#, High voltage level output connection When sending *31*1#
Line alarm: High level 2013‐11‐30 09:42 Sat N=0 means low voltage alarm
(which means connect the 2PIN at the J16 port)
N=1 means high voltage alarm (which means disconnect the 2PIN at the J16 port)
Factory Default as N=0 where the 2PIN at the J16 port connected 29 This commands is to set either relay 32*N# should trigger manually by user or *32*0# ‐ The unit will latch the relay when input trigger. (Default automatically by unit Setting) Factory default: User manually active the relay when input alarm *32*3# ‐ When input trigger, latch the relay automatically trigger. When sending *32*1#
N=0 means when the system have alarm alert, it will not switch on the relay (the relay will not action if there is any alarm alert) N=1 mean when high temperature will switch on relay, when low temperature will switch off relay N=2 means high temperature will switch off relay, when low temperature will switch on relay N=3 means line cut alert will switch on relay N=4 means line recover will switch off relay N=5 means when reach the pulse counter value will switch on relay N=6 means any channels of wireless alarm will switch on relay Default as N=0 which when reach the pulse counter value will switch on relay ** This command only can operate when the Master Relay under Open Mode (which mean the command *23*0#). If it is under Security Mode, the Master Relay will no function If user required the relay trigger *32*4# ‐ When alarm (input) automatically when input alarm back to normal, trigger relay OFF trigger, they can perform this automatically commands *32*5# ‐ When Pulse counter reaching the limit, trigger relay Linkage: High temperature. 2013‐11‐30 09:44 Sat WITURA TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD | WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitor & Remote Control Switch User Manual V1.3
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Step 3 ‐ Installation Insert the SIM card, to access the SIM card carrier gently push the button adjacent to it, insert the SIM card and carefully close the carrier Connect the cable to terminals 220V & N ensuring positive is connected to terminal 200V, switch on the power supply , the red power LED will light indicating power is present, the blue network LED indicator will initially flash quickly, once logged onto the network , it will flash more slowly approximately one every 3 ‐4 seconds It is recommended that the GSM Remote Control Switch be programmed to operate as required before final installation. WITURA TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD | WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitor & Remote Control Switch User Manual V1.3
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Connection Details If you are unsure how to connect the device you wish to control refer to a qualified person Connector Description 1 2 3 Digital/Analogue Input Digital or Pulse Counter Digital Or Analogue Temperature Input 1 2 3 Relay Connection NO NC COM 4 5 110V‐240V Industry Power Supply L N Note: 1. The Temperature Input is only work with Witura Temperature Sensors 2. The Connect 4 and 5 is inside the Industry Power Supply Example Wiring Diagram For Digital And Analogue Input WITURA TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD | WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitor & Remote Control Switch User Manual V1.3
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Example Wiring Diagram For Pulse Counter Example Connection with Washing Machine WITURA TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD | WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitor & Remote Control Switch User Manual V1.3
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Example Connection with Coffee Machine Example Connection with Catering Equipment WITURA TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD | WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitor & Remote Control Switch User Manual V1.3
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Example Connection with Freezer Production Specifications Operation Voltage Operating Current Relay Contacts GSM Frequency MHz Humidity Operating Temperature Physical Size Protection Approvals 12 volts DC Maximum 500mA, typically 55mA 1 x Normally Open and Normally Closed Contacts maximum switching capacity 20 amps @230v ac per relay GSM 850, GSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900 Less Than 80% RH ‐20c to 55c 130 x 100 x 50mm IP 65 Weather Proof Casing C.E, FCC, ETSI WITURA TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD | WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitor & Remote Control Switch User Manual V1.3
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Preparing the SIM card All new SIM cards have to be registered with the network provider before they can be used, usually by calling the network provider or registering on their website please refer to the instructions supplied with your SIM card. During the registration procedure a confirmation code or text message is usually sent to the SIM cards telephone number, to be able to read and react to the message you will need to insert the SIM card into an unlocked mobile phone. After successfully registering the SIM card, ensure there is sufficient credit on the card for programming confirmation texts to be sent from the GSM Remote Control Switch. You MUST ensure that the PIN request is disabled from the SIM card before inserting it into the GSM Remote Control Switch. If you do not disable the PIN request the GSM Remote Control Switch will not work. If the PIN request is not disabled and the unit is switched on more than 3 times you will have to reset the PIN using the PUK code which will have to be obtained from the service provider. To check the PIN request status of your SIM card, place the card in an unlocked mobile phone, switch the phone on. If you are able to make calls without entering a PIN number the PIN request is disabled. If a PIN number is requested refer to the instructions supplied with the SIM card and then look through the phones options for the ‘disable PIN request’ and disable it. You MUST disable any voicemail that is set up on the SIM card; the codes shown below are for UK networks only, please refer to your network operator if outside the UK Vodafone: 1210 >Send ‐ you will hear ‘order is accepted and confirmed’ O2 ‐ Call 1760 >Send ‐ you will hear ‘order is accepted and confirmed’ T‐Mobile ‐ Call 222 and follow instructions Orange ‐ Call 450 and follow instructions The SIM card is now ready to use We recommend that if you are using a ‘pay as you go’ (PAYG) SIM card that you choose to automatically ‘Top‐Up’ when the cards credit falls below a certain limit please contact your network provider or visit their website for more details. Most but not a using post‐paid SIM cards will be de‐activated by the network if not used to make an outgoing voice call or send an SMS text message within a specific period. To prevent this simply send the GSM Remote Control Switch a text command *0*PW#, then *2*, it will reply by text message, do this once a month to keep the SIM card active. WITURA TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD | WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitor & Remote Control Switch User Manual V1.3
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Troubleshooting Ensure that your DC power supply is connected 1. Red power LED not alight correctly, positive (+) to terminal 220v and negative (‐) to terminal N. Verify 12 volts is present using a volt meter Ensure your SIM card has been activated and that the 2. Blue network LED flashing every one second and not every 3 seconds PIN request has been disabled. If the unit is in a low signal strength area consider using an external GSM antenna or changing to another network provider Ensure your telephone number is in the Administrator 3. I am not receiving confirmation test messages list and that sending text messages to your number is when program the administrators number enabled. Ensure the unit is connected to the GSM network by 4. I am not receiving any text messages when initially programming the unit observing the blue network LED; it should be flashing once every 3 seconds (see 2 above). Ensure the SIM card has credit Most but not all PAY SIM cards will be de‐activated by the network if not used to make an outgoing voice call 5. The unit has been working for several months or send an SMS text message within a specific period. and has now stopped responding to calls and To prevent this simply send a txt command *0*PW#, text commands then *2*, it will reply by text message, do this once a month to keep the SIM card active WITURA TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD | WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitor & Remote Control Switch User Manual V1.3
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Warranty Witura Technology Sdn Bhd warrantees the WT‐1672D GSM Remote Control Switch against defective parts and workmanship. Witura Technology Sdn Bhd shall, at its option, repair or replace the defective equipment upon the return of such equipment to any Witura branch. This warranty applies ONLY to defects in components and workman‐ship and NOT to damage due to causes beyond the control of Witura, such as incorrect voltage, lightning damage, mechanical shock, water damage, fire damage, or damage arising out of abuse and improper application of the equipment. Note: Wherever possible, return only the PCB to Witura Service Centres. DO NOT return the enclosure. The WT‐1672D is a product of Witura Technology Sdn Bhd And is manufactured by Shenzhen Witura Telecommunications Co., Ltd. WARNING For safety reasons, only connect equipment with a telecommunications compliance label. This includes customer equipment previously labelled permitted or certified. WITURA TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD | WT‐1672D GSM Remote Monitor & Remote Control Switch User Manual V1.3
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