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SKETCH OF THE WT-1010
ANTENNA
The antenna must be
POWER INDICATOR
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(RED)
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INSTALLATION & CONNECTION
OUTPUT
TEL PORT 1 (ALARM INPUT)
TEL PORT 2
Connect the RS232 DB15 female cable
Connect to Alarm Panel / also
Connect to PSTN Line
to the terminal for controlling outputs
and inputs
function as Phone Input
ANTENNA PORT
ON/OFF SWITCH
POWER PORT
Connect
Turn On or Off the
Connect a 12V Power
Terminal
Supply to the Terminal
the
provided
antenna to the Terminal
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WIRING DIAGRAM A (Main Unit)
WIRING DIAGRAM B (DB15 Female Cable)
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Items
WT-1010 Main Unit
Telephone Line
DB15 (F) Cable
Power Adapter
5m GSM Terminal Antenna
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Introduction to the WT-1010 GSM For Alarm System
The WT-1010 GSM Terminal is a wireless communicator for alarm and fire panels that
uses the cell phone network (GSM) to transmit alarms and other panel event. The
module checks the status of the PSTN line and in case the PSTN line becomes
unavailable, the WT-1010 GSM emulate the line signal to the panel. At this time, the
panel will dial out using the GSM cell phone network to communicate with the receiver at
the monitoring station and transmit the alarms.
GENERAL OVERVIEW
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2.
1.
Main Features Of The WT-1010
Panel compatibility: Allows any contact ID alarm panel to transmit alarms over
GSM using the GSM voice channel
2.
Works over the GSM cell phone networks Units can be used wherever there is cell
phone coverage
3.
Telephone line backup: WT-1010 give priority to the lowest cost network. WT1010 uses the telephone line as the main transmission line and uses the GSM
voice channel as backup
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4.
The WT-1010 units can continuously watches if a Contact ID is directed towards
the security monitoring station through the wired or GSM network, and if either of
the preset report codes is noticed, it sends an appropriate SMS message with
definable text to a mobile phone numbers. Using this function, the owner can get
instant SMS messages not only of alarms but also every event of closing/ opening.
5.
Auto restart system: It can continuously monitor the system status of its own.
When there is a problem with the SIM card or the module is not working properly,
it will automatically restart the system.
6.
Programmable Account Number: The WT-1010 has built-in alarm inputs that allow
the unit to send additional signals (with user programmable Account number) to
the monitoring station. The Alarm Events that available in this system are PSTN
Failure, AC Failure and Auto Test. Supported Protocol: Pager message (DTMF
with handshake)
7.
Sends text messages to user programmable cell phone number (SMS): The WT1010 can be programmed to send a SMS to a programmable cell phone number to
notify the user that the PSTN line has been cut off or unavailable.
8.
Wireless Listening Device: The WT-1010 has a built-in microphone that can be
used for security and surveillance purposes. With this feature, it allows the user to
observe the surrounding or the area of the unit.
9.
Low power consumption: Uses 30mA while in idle state and 260mA when
transmitting an alarm
10.
Wall mounting enclosure available: The WT-1010 units can be installed inside
alarm panel or inside its own wall mount enclosure.
3.
Installation Instructions
Note: It is essential that you read the step by step instructions fully prior to installing
and programming the unit
3.1
1.
Description
Antenna: Connect the antenna to the GSM module; place the antenna as far as
possible from the WT-1010 and do not leave any coiling of the antenna cable to
avoid radiant interference
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2.
SIM Card: Disable the PIN code and set it to 1234 (default)
For Transmitter Mode (Data or SMS): as with any transmitter, it requires an
identifier, receiver telephone numbers, etc (refer to the complete information on
Programming page)
3.
Line Input: Connect the line input to the PSTN or ISDN network.
4.
Outputs (Back-Up Mode): Connect the RS232 DB15 to additional remote
controlling outputs.
5.
Alarm Input: Connect the input to output of the Alarm Panel / Control Panel.
6.
Power Supply: Connect to a 12V-24V Power Supply
7.
Operating State: Approximately 20s after power up, check the operating state
indicated by the Power LED: The LED is steady during power up phase, then blinks
when the connection to the GSM network is established. The Signal indicator LED
will stay lit whenever there is signal.
3.2
WT-1010 Inputs And Outputs Wiring Instructions
ZONE1 (RLY1), Zone 2 (RLY2), Zone 3 (RLY3) Remote Controlling Outputs
Connect ZONE1, ZONE2 and ZONE3 to additional outputs for remote controlling. These
open collector outputs can be turned on and off remotely through a SMS. Remote control
will be reachable by sending a SMS with a certain command.
Note: When sending normal SMS with command below, the WT-1010 will turn
On / Off the output relay and reply a message of output has turned On / Off to
a programmable phone numbers.
ZONE4 (IN1), ZONE5 (IN2), ZONE6 (IN3) Inputs
Connect ZONE4, ZONE5 and ZONE6 to inputs panel, when there is a short-circuit
impulse on (ZONE4, ZONE5, ZONE6); the WT-1010 is possible to send SMS to a
programmable phone numbers.
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For Example: ZONE4 is connected to a electrical door, when there is intruder or the
electrical door is opened illegally, WT-1010 will receive short-circuit impulse on ZONE4
and will automatically send a signal to the monitoring station and also send a SMS to
notify the owner.
Inputs and Outputs Wiring Diagram
3.3
Installing The SIM Card
Note: Installing the SIM Card. Please be sure the initial 4 digit PIN code of SIM card is
disabled. This can be done by placing it in an unlocked Mobile phone and first checking if
the SIM requested any PIN code. If this is the case the PIN code can be disabled using
the security settings on the phone.
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Proceed as follows:
1.
Slide back the SIM door and lift it up
2.
Slide the SIM card into the SIM door making sure that the clipped corner of the
SIM card lines up with the clipped corner of the SIM holder
3.
Close the SIM door
4.
Slide the SIM door to lock the SIM card in place
3.4
Power Up The WT-1010
When power up the WT-1010, it will display as below
LOADING>>>>>
INITIALIZE
PLEASE WAIT…
INITIALIZE
DONE
MESSAGE
INITIALIZE…
Attention: If the system doesn’t shows DONE when searching the network, it could be
the SIM card not properly installed. Turn off the unit and check the SIM card, when it is
properly seated in place then reboot the system.
When the terminal is ready to use, it will display as below
Power
Signal
WT-1010
Battery
Functional
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3.5
Phone Calls From The Attached Telephone Set
Connect to TEL1
After the GSM module is connected to the GSM network, an attached fixed line phone
can be used to make calls. If you pick up the phone, you will hear a dial tone. Simply
dial the number you want to call (as if you are dialing from a normal fixed line phone).
You can also dial the WT-1010 unit’s phone number from another phone, and its
attached phone will ring as a normal landline phone would. If there is a busy tone on the
attached telephone set, either the line you are calling is busy, or the GSM communicator
is busy with previous communication at that moment (for example data transfer to the
monitoring station).
Note: Some telephone sets are sensitive to the GSM radio signal. For this reason you
may hear a characteristic noise in the telephone receiver when calling. If the noise is
disturbing, change the location of the phone set (try to keep it as far as possible from
the WT-1010 unit antenna). Usually it is possible to find a suitable location for the phone
with minimal level of interference.
4.
WT-1010 Configuration Instructions (Via SMS)
You can program the WT-1010 via SMS commands using your phone. Any programming
command sent by SMS must be in CAPITAL letters. The fields between square brackets
are parameters; do NOT enter the square brackets. When you send a command, you will
receive the answer for the first time even if your GSM number is not in the administrator
list. This happens because the WT-1010 recognizes any GSM number as administrator
and answers to it.
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4.1
Reset The WT-1010
It is advised that you should reset the WT-1010 unit before proceeding to the below
programming section. To reset the unit, you can send the following command by SMS to
the unit.
Text Command:
*WLTE#123456
4.2
Programming The Administrator/ Central Station Number
The 8 administrator/central station numbers can be programmed with a text command
via SMS.
Text Command:
*TEL[N]#XXXXXXXXXX
N stands for administrator/central station number 1 – 8 (position)
XXXXXXXXXX stands for the phone number you want to program.
Please note that it is possible to program up to a maximum of 30 digits for a number.
Example:
To program the number 123456789 into TEL1, you would send the following SMS
message to the unit.
*TEL1#123456789
4.3
Setting The Recipient That Will Receive Alert Messages
The unit can send text alerts to 1 or all 8 of the programmed administrator’s mobile
phone numbers and this function can be changed at any time by sending the following
commands by SMS message to the unit.
Text Command:
*SECT#XXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXX stands for 8 digits value: ON (1) or OFF (0) for the 8 Administrators
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Example:
When *SECT#11110000 is applied, means only administrator 1, 2, 3 and 4 will
receive alert messages.
Note: You can only put 1 in the first 4 digits of the text command if there are only
phone numbers stored in #TEL1, #TEL2, #TEL3 and #TEL4. The rest should be 0.
When *SECT#00000000 is applied, means no SMS report.
4.4
Setting The Access Control For Administrator
Note: It is advised that the owner should set the system to allow programming
access for administrators only after programmed the Administrator numbers.
Text Command:
*ANY?#X
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
When *ANY?#1 is applied, means only administrator can access the system
When *ANY?#0 (Default) is applied, means any person can access the system
4.5
Time Setting
To set the time, you can send the following SMS command to the unit. The time is
entered in 24 Hour format.
Text Command:
*SETM#HH:MM:SS
HH stands for 2 digits value: Hour
MM stands for 2 digits value: Minute
SS stands for 2 digits value: Seconds
Note: Time setting is necessary for Auto Test Function at No. 9) “Auto Test” Settings
(Page)
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Example:
When *SETM#08:30:15 is applied, the time 08:30:15 will be displayed on the LCD
screen.
4.6
Turn Off the feature of Password Request when Accessing the System
By default every time calling the system, it will prompt you to input a login password to
gain access to the system. To turn off this feature, you can send the following SMS
command to the unit.
Text Command:
*PWOF#X
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
When *PWOF#1 (Default) is applied, you can access the system with a login password
to program administrator number or changing the login password.
When *PWOF#0 is applied, this feature will be turned off and the system won’t accept
any call.
Note: You will need to enable the Password Login feature for the wireless listening
function.
4.7
Setting the Account Number for Event Reporting
When PSTN failure, AC failure or Auto Test, the WT-1010 will dial the programmable
central station number and transmit the account number along with Contact-ID to the
central station.
Text Command:
*STMF#XXXX…
XXXX… stands for Account Number (Can be set up to 50 digits)
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4.8
“PSTN Failure” Settings
4.8.1
Enable/Disable the function of Dialing the programmable
Administrator/Central Station number when PSTN Failed
To program the unit to dial the programmed administrator/central station number when
PSTN failed, you can send the following SMS command to the unit.
Text Command:
*PSC?#X
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
When *PSC?#1 is applied, it will dial the administrator/central station number when
PSTN failed.
When *PSC?#0 (Default) is applied, it will not dial the administrator/central station
number when PSTN failed.
4.8.2
Enable/Disable the Function of Sending Alert Message when PSTN
Failed
The system has the function to send alert message to the user in the event of PSTN
unavailable. It is possible to enable or disable this function by sending the following SMS
command to the unit.
Text Command:
*PSTN#X
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
When *PSTN#1 (Default) is applied, means it will send an alert message when PSTN
failed.
When *PSTN#0 is applied, means it will not send an alert message when PSTN failed.
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4.8.3
Auxiliary PSTN Fail Output Facility via PIN15
In additional to the alarm and text alert on PSTN fail the system also has a second
permanent +V output continuously via PIN15 output of the unit which will remain
available for the period of PSTN unavailable. To turn On/Off this function, you can send
the following SMS command to the unit.
Text Command:
*PSOF#X
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
When *PSOF#1 is applied, means it has +V output via PIN15 when PSTN failed.
When *PSOF#0 (Default) is applied, would mean turned off this function.
4.8.4
Turning the Audible Alarm On/Off for PSTN failure
The system has the function to sound the connected audible siren when PSTN failed.
This output is available on the connection PIN4 and ground on the main board. To turn
On/Off this function, you can send the following SMS command to the unit.
Text Command:
*PSTA#X
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
When *PSTA#1 is applied, means audible alarm will sound when PSTN failed.
When *PSTA#0 (Default) is applied, means audible alarm will not sound when PSTN
failed.
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4.9
4.9.1
“AC Failure” Settings
Enable/Disable
the
function
of
Dialing
the
programmable
Administrator/Central Station number when AC Failed
To program the unit to dial the programmed administrator/central station number when
AC failed, you can send the following SMS command to the unit.
Text Command:
*ACCA#X
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
When *ACCA#1 is applied, it will dial the administrator/central station number when AC
failed.
When *ACCA#0 (Default) is applied, it will not dial the administrator/central station
number when AC failed.
4.9.2
Enable/Disable the Function of Sending Alert Message when AC Failed
The system has the function to send alert message to the user in the event of power
failure. It is possible to enable or disable this function by sending the following SMS
command to the unit.
Text Command:
*ACMS#X
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
When *ACMS#1 (Default) is applied, means it will send an alert message when AC
failed.
When *ACMS#0 is applied, means it will not send any alert message when AC failed.
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4.9.3
Turning the Audible Alarm On/Off for AC failure
The system has the function to sound the connected audible siren when power failure.
This output is available on the connection PIN4 and ground on the main board. To turn
On/Off this function, you can send the following SMS command to the unit.
Text Command:
*ADAL#X
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
When *ADAL#1 (Default) is applied, means audible alarm will sound when AC failed.
When *ADAL#0 is applied, means audible alarm will not sound when AC failed.
4.9.4
Auxiliary Power Down Output Facility via PIN7
In additional to the alarm and text alert on AC fail the system also has a second
permanent +V output continuously supplied from the battery backup via PIN7 output of
the unit which will remain available for the period of AC unavailable.
4.10
“Auto Test” Settings
4.10.1 Setting the Auto Test Report Time Interval
The system has the function of sending the test report to the central station at the
programmable time interval. The time is entered in 24 Hour format.
Text Command:
*DSTM#HH:MM:SS
HH stands for 2 digits value: Hour
MM stands for 2 digits value: Minute
SS stands for 2 digits value: Seconds
Example:
When *DSTM#23:59:00 is applied, it will send the status of the system via
SMS or transmits the Contact-ID to the programmed administrator/central station
number on 11.59pm everyday.
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4.10.2 Enable/Disable the SMS Report of Auto Test
The system has the function of sending auto test report by SMS to the programmable
administrator/central station number. It is possible to enable or disable this function by
sending the following SMS command to the unit.
Text Command:
*DTM?#X
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
When *DTM?#1 is applied, it will send the status of the system via SMS to the
programmable administrator/central station number at the programmed report time
interval.
When *DTM?#0 (Default) is applied, it will not send the status of the system.
4.10.3 Editing the Message Contents of SMS Report (Up to 50 Characters)
The message contents can be edited and programmed up to 50 characters. You can
change the displayed text by sending the following commands by SMS message to the
unit.
Text Command:
*TSMS#XXXXXX…
XXXXXX… stands for message contents
Example:
If you want the SMS Report to display “Status:Online”, you would send the following
SMS message to the unit.
*TSMS#Status:Online
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4.10.4 Enable/Disable the function of Dialing the programmed Administrator
number/Central Station number for Auto Test
To program the unit to dial the programmed administrator/central station number for
auto test report, you can send the following SMS command to the unit.
Text Command:
*DTC?#X
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
When *DTC?#1 is applied, it will dial the programmable administrator/central station
number at the programmed report time interval.
When *DTC?#0 (Default) is applied, it will not dial the administrator/central station
number.
4.11
Input Settings
4.11.1 Enable/Disable the function of Dialing the programmable Administrator
/Central Station number when Input Triggered
To program the unit to dial the programmed administrator/central station number when
input triggered, you can send the following SMS command to the unit.
Text Command:
*INC[N]#X
N stands for Input number 1 - 3
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
When *INC1#1 is applied, it will dial the programmable administrator/central station
number when Input 1 triggered.
When *INC1#0 (Default) is applied, it will not dial the administrator/central station
number when Input 1 triggered.
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4.11.2 Enable/Disable the function of generating an Alert Message when
Inputs Triggered (Open) upon High Pulse
The system has the function to send alert message to the user in the event of input
triggered. It is possible to enable or disable this function by sending the following SMS
command to the unit.
Text Command:
*INR[N]#X
N stands for Input number 1 – 3
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
Example:
When *INR1#1 is applied, means when Input 1 has triggered (Open/High Pulse), it will
send an alert message to administrator/central station number 1.
When *INR1#0 (Default) is applied, means when Input 1 has triggered (Open/High
Pulse), it will not send any alert message to administrator/central station number 1.
4.11.3 Enable/Disable the function of generating an Alert Message when
Inputs Triggered (Close) upon Low Pulse
The system has the function to send alert message to the user in the event of input
triggered. It is possible to enable or disable this function by sending the following SMS
command to the unit.
Text Command:
*INP[N]#X
N stands for Input number 1 – 3
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
Example:
When *INP1#1 is applied, means when Input 1 has triggered (Close/Low Pulse), it will
send an alert message to administrator/central station number 1.
When *INP1#0 (Default) is applied, means when Input 1 has triggered (Close/Low
Pulse), it will not send any alert message to administrator/central station number 1.
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4.11.4 Editing the Inputs Alert Messages (Up to 50 Characters)
The Input Alert Message can be edited and programmed up to 50 characters. You can
change the displayed text by sending the following commands by SMS message to the
unit.
Text Command:
*USE[N]#XXXXXX…
N stands for Input number 1 – 3
XXXXXX… stands for alert message content
Example:
If you want the alert message to display “Garage Opened!” when input 1 triggered;
you would send the following SMS message to the unit.
*USE1#Garage Opened!
4.11.5 Turning the Audible Siren functions On/Off when Inputs Triggered
The system has the function to sound the connected audible siren when input triggered.
This output is available on the connection PIN4 and ground on the main board. To turn
On/Off this function, you can send the following SMS command to the unit.
Text Command:
*ALM[N]#X
N stands for Input number 1 – 3
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
When *ALM1#1 is applied, means audible alarm will sound when Input 1 triggered.
When *ALM1#0 (Default) is applied, means audible alarm will not sound when Input 1
triggered.
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4.12
Output Settings
4.12.1 Activate Output Relay to Stay On for a Specific Time
To activate the output relay, you can send a text command via SMS specifying the
number of seconds the output should stay on to the unit. It is possible to set up to
maximum of 65,535 seconds
Text Command:
*RLY[N]#XXXXX
N stands for Output number 1 - 3
XXXXX stands for 5 digits value: The number of seconds (00000-65535)
For example, assume you want to turn on the output relay number 2 for 1 hour, you
would send the following SMS message to the unit.
*RLY2#03600
Sending the following SMS Message to unit would mean turn off the output relay number
1.
*RLY1#00000
4.12.2 Enable/Disable the SMS Report when the Relay has turned off
The system has the function to send a SMS to the user when the relay has turned off. It
is possible to enable or disable this function by sending the following SMS command to
the unit.
Text Command:
*RLR[N]#X
N stands for Output number 1 – 3
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
Example:
When *RLR1#1 (Default) is applied, means when Relay 1 has turned off, it will send a
message to the programmable administrator number 1.
When *RLR1#0 is applied, means when Relay 1 has turned off, it will not send any
message to the programmable administrator number 1.
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4.13
Setting the Delay Time when Transmitting an Alarm
The unit can be set to transmit an alarm within a specific time. To program the delay
time of transmitting the alarm, you can send the following SMS command to the unit.
Text Command:
*DATM#XXXXX
XXXXX stands for 5 digits value: the number of seconds (00000-65535)
When *DATM#00007 is applied, the system will send out the alarm to the
programmable administrator/central station number within 7 seconds from the alarm
panel.
4.14
Programming the Area Code into WT-1010
To program the area code into the system, you can send the following SMS command to
the unit.
Text Command:
*AREA#XXXX
XXXX stands for 4 digits value: Area Code
4.15
Setting the Function of Adding Area Code when Transmitting an Alarm
The system has the function of adding area code automatically when dialing the number
from the alarm panel. It is possible to enable or disable this function by sending the
following SMS command to the unit.
Text Command:
*AROF#X
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
When *AROF#1 is applied, it will add the programmed area code in front every time it
dials the number from the alarm panel.
When *AROF#0 (Default) is applied, it will not add the programmed area code in front
every time it dials the number from the alarm panel.
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4.16
Setting for Adding 0 (Zero) when Transmitting an Alarm
The system has the function of adding 0 automatically when dialing the number from the
alarm panel. It is possible to enable or disable this function by sending the following
SMS command to the unit.
Text Command:
*ZEAR#X
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
When *ZEAR#1 is applied, it will add 0 in front every time it dials the number from the
alarm panel.
When *ZEAR#0 (Default) is applied, it will not add 0 in front every time it dials the
number from the alarm panel.
4.17
Setting the Alarm Time for Audible Alarm (Default: 600 seconds)
The alarm siren can be set to determine how long the siren will remain active and this
can be done by sending the following SMS command to the unit.
Text Command:
*ALTM#XXXXX
XXXXX stands for 5 digits value: The number of seconds (00000-65535)
Example:
When *ALTM#03600 is applied, means the audible alarm will sound for 1 hour when
triggered
4.18
Miscellaneous Settings
4.18.1 Inquire All Programmed Administrator/Central Station Number
To inquire all the programmed administrator/central station number, you can send the
following SMS command to the unit.
Text Command:
*ADM?#
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4.18.2 Inquire the status of the Recipients that will receive Alert Messages
To inquire the status of the recipients that will receive alert messages, you can send the
following SMS command to the unit.
Text Command:
*ASRE#
4.18.3 Checking Signal Strength
To check the signal strength of the unit, you can send the following SMS command to
the unit.
Text Command:
*CSQ?#
4.18.4 Inquire Time Status
To check the time status, you can send the following SMS command to the unit.
Text Command:
*ASTM#
4.18.5 Sound the Audible Alarm manually
It is possible to sound the alarm manually by sending the following SMS command to the
unit, which remain active for the period of time set.
Text Command:
*ALNF#X
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
When *ALNF#1 is applied, means audible alarm will sound.
When *ALNF#0 (Default) is applied, means audible alarm will turn off.
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4.18.6 Setting for GPRS function
The system has the function of GPRS which can be used for data transmission. This
function is available on the connection PIN2 (TXD) and PIN3 (RXD). It is possible to
activate this function by sending the following SMS command.
Text Command:
*LINE#
When *LINE# is applied, this unit is ready to be used for GPRS (For Transmitting
Data Only)
Note: To turn off this function or switch back to normal mode simply restart the unit.
4.18.7 Emergency Dialing the Programmable Administrator/Central Station
numbers
The system has the function of dialing the programmable administrator/central station
numbers immediately when the below SMS command is issued.
Text Command:
*DIAL#
4.18.8 Setting for Dialing a group of administrator numbers when PSTN/AC
failed or Auto Test
To program the unit to dial a certain group of numbers when PSTN/AC failed or Auto
Test, you can send the following SMS command to the unit.
Text Command:
*CALL#X
X stands for group number: 1 – 8
Example:
When *CALL#5 is applied, means it will dial the first 5 administrator numbers.
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4.18.9 Changing the Login Password
It is possible to change the login password by sending the following SMS command.
Text Command:
*PAWO#XXXXXX
XXXXXX stands for 6 digits New Password
4.18.10
Permanent +V Output Facility
There is a permanent +V output when the WT-1010 is power on. This output is available
on the connection PIN8 and ground on the main board. The output voltage is according
to power supply used on WT-1010. It can be used to power on other facility or device.
5.
WT-1010 Configuration Instructions (Via Voice)
5.1
Introduction
The WT-1010 can be programmed manually by a connected normal telephone.
Connect to TEL1
Note: Before commencing programming it is advisable to read the below programming
setting instructions thoroughly. To start with programming, user must plug-in a normal
single line phone to TEL1 (Port 1)
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1)
Enter Programming Mode
Pick up the handset or press hands free, press **123456# to enter programming
mode. If the password is entered correctly, you should see “HAND FREE…”
displayed on WT-1010 screen.
Now you may proceed with programming settings.
ENTER
SETTING…
When pick up the handset
ENTER
OK
SETTING…
Password entered correctly
HAND
FREE…
Programming Mode
2)
Changing the Login Password
To change the 6 digits login password, you can press *0* to proceed.
NEW WORD:
NEW WORD: ******
Input new password and ended with #
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NEW WORD:
3)
OK
Programming the Administrator/Central Station Number
Continue pressing *1* to start programming the administrator number 1
TEL:
1#
TEL: 13232353646
1#
Enter administrator number and ended with #
TEL:
OK
1#
Number programmed successfully
You may continue to program administrator number 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 by
pressing *2*, *3*,*4*, *5*, *6*, *7*, *8*
4)
Deleting the Administrator/Central Station Number
Example: To delete the programmed administrator number 1, you can press *1*
to proceed.
TEL:
1#
TEL:
1#
Simply press # to delete
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TEL:
OK
1#
5)
Programming the Area Code
To program area code, you can press *9* to proceed.
NEW AREA:
NEW AREA: 03
Enter area code and ended with #
NEW AREA:
OK
Area code programmed successfully
6)
Setting the Access Control for Administrator
Note: It is advised that the owner should set the system to allow programming
access for administrators only after programmed the Administrator numbers.
To set the access control for administrator, you can press *11* to proceed.
ANDY–ON&OFF:
ANDY–ON&OFF: 1
To turn on this function simply press 1#
To turn off this function simply press 0#
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ANDY–ON&OFF: OK
7)
Setting the function of Adding 0 (Zero) when Transmitting an Alarm
To set the function of adding 0, you can press *12* to proceed.
ZEAR–ON&OFF:
ZEAR–ON&OFF: 1
To enable this function simply press 1#
To disable this function simply press 0#
ZEAR–ON&OFF: OK
8)
Enable/Disable the feature of Password Request when Login the System
To enable/disable this function, you can press *13* to proceed.
PASSWORD–ON&OFF:
PASSWORD–ON&OFF: 1
To enable this function simply press 1#
To disable this function simply press 0#
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PASSWORD–ON&OFF: OK
9)
Setting the Function of Adding Area Code when Transmitting an Alarm
To turn on/off this function, you can press *14* to proceed.
AREA–ON&OFF:
AREA–ON&OFF: 1
To turn on this function simply press 1#
To turn off this function simply press 0#
AREA–ON&OFF: OK
10) Reset the Main Unit
To reset the unit, you can press *15* to proceed.
REST–ON&OFF:
REST–ON&OFF: 1
To reset the unit simply press 1#
To turn back simply press 0#
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REST–ON&OFF:
OK
11) Time Setting
To setup time, you can press *16* to proceed.
TIME:
TIME:
:
:
8 : 30 : 00
Example: To set the time at 8.30am
Simply input digits and ended with #
TIME:
8 : 30 : 00
OK
12) Setting the Auto Test Report Time Interval
To set the auto test report time interval, you can press *17* to proceed.
DSTM:
DSTM:
:
:
12 : 00 : 00
Example: To set the auto test report time at 12.00pm
Simply input digits and ended with #
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DSTM: 12 : 00 : 00
OK
13) Setting the Recipient that will receive Alert Messages
To do this setting, you can press *18* to proceed.
SECT:
SECT: 11111111
Example: To turn on this function for all recipients
Simply input 11111111#
SECT: 11111111
OK
Note: Only Value: ON (1) or OFF (0) is allowed
14) Inquire the status of the Recipients that will receive Alert Messages
To inquire the status of the recipients, you can press *19* to proceed.
RECIVE: 11111111
The status will be displayed on screen
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15) Inquire the signal strength
To inquire the signal strength, you can press *20* to proceed.
CSQ <23>
The signal strength will be displayed on screen
16) Activate Output Relay to stay on for a specific time
To activate output relay 1 to stay on for a specific time, you can press *21* to
proceed.
RLY1:
RE:
RLY1: 00050
RE: 1
Example: To activate relay 1 to stay on for 50 seconds and with SMS reply from
the unit after relay has turned off
Simply input 000501#
Note: “RE:” stands for generation of SMS when relay off, value: ON (1) or OFF (0)
You may continue to activate relay 2 or relay 3 by pressing *22* or *23*
17) Turn on the function of Inputs
To turn on the function of input number 1, you can press *24* to proceed.
IN1: OP:
CL:
AL:
CA:
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IN1: OP: 1 CL: 1
AL: 1
CA: 1
Example: Setting the input 1 to generate an SMS, call the administrators and
sound the audible alarm when it triggered.
Simply input 1111#
Note:
“OP” stands for generation of SMS when input triggered (Open)
“CL” stands for generation of SMS when input triggered (Close)
“AL” stands for sounding the audible alarm when input triggered
“CA” stands for calling the administrators when input triggered
Value: ON (1) or OFF (0)
You may continue to activate relay 2 or relay 3 by pressing *25* or *26*
18) Enable/Disable the function of dialing the programmed Administrator
number for Auto Test
To turn on this function, you can press *27* to proceed.
DTIMEC – ON&OFF:
DTIMEC – ON&OFF: 1
To turn on this function simply press 1#
To turn off this function simply press 0#
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19) Enable/Disable the generation of SMS Report for Auto Test
To turn on this function, you can press *28* to proceed.
DTIMEM – ON&OFF:
DTIMEM – ON&OFF: 1
To turn on this function simply press 1#
To turn off this function simply press 0#
20) Setting for Calling a group of administrator numbers
To program the unit to dial a certain group of numbers when PSTN/AC failed or
Auto Test, you can press *29* to proceed.
CALL:
CALL: 5
Example: Setting the unit to dial the first 5 administrator numbers
Simply press 5#
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21) “PSTN Failure” Setting
To do this setting, you can press *30* to proceed.
PST: ME:
OU:
AL:
CA:
PST: ME: 1 OU: 1
AL: 1
CA: 1
Example: Setting the unit to generate an Alert Message, call the administrators,
generate a pulse (+V) and sound the audible alarm when PSTN failed.
Simply input 1111#
Note:
“ME” stands for generation of SMS when PSTN failed
“OU” stands for generation of pulse (+V) when PSTN failed
“AL” stands for sounding the audible alarm when PSTN failed
“CA” stands for calling the administrators when PSTN failed
Value: ON (1) or OFF (0)
22) “AC Failure” Setting
To do this setting, you can press *31* to proceed.
ADC: ME:
AL:
PST: ME: 1 AL: 1
CA:
CA: 1
Example: Setting the unit to generate an Alert Message, call the administrators,
generate a pulse (+V) and sound the audible alarm when PSTN failed.
Simply input 111#
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Note:
“ME” stands for generation of SMS when PSTN failed
“OU” stands for generation of pulse (+V) when PSTN faile
“AL” stands for sounding the audible alarm when PSTN failed
“CA” stands for calling the administrators when PSTN failed
Value: ON (1) or OFF (0)
23) Inquire all Administrator numbers
To inquire all administrator numbers, you can press *32* to proceed.
MANGER ARE:
TEL1: 1234567890
All the administrator numbers will be displayed in sequence
24) Setting the Alarm Time for Audible Alarm
To set the alarm time for audible alarm, you can press *33* to proceed.
ALARM:
ALARM: 03600
Example: To set the audible alarm to sound for 1 hour when triggered
Simply press 03600#
Note: The alarm time must entered in 5 digits (00001 – 65535)
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25) Setting the Delay Time when Transmitting an Alarm
To set the delay time, you can press *34* to proceed.
BOHAO:
BOHAO: 00007
Example: To set the delay time at 7 seconds
Simply press 00007#
26) Enable/Disable the GPRS function
To enable the GPRS function, you can press *35* to proceed.
ONLINE–ON&OFF:
ONLINE–ON&OFF: 1
To turn on this function simply press 1#
To turn off this function simply press 0#
27) Setting the Account Number for Event Reporting
To set the account number, you can press *36* to proceed.
ATACC:
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ATACC: 9999
Example: To set the account number as 9999
Simply press 9999#
Note: The account number must entered in 4 digits
6.
1.
Technical Specifications
Working condition
Environment temperature: 0~+50°C
Relative humidity: 10%~95%
Air pressure: 86~106kpa
Environment yawp: ≤60dB (A)
2.
Working frequency: GSM900MHz/GSM1800MHz
3.
Stability of frequency: better than 2.5PPM
4.
Signal sensitivity: -103dBM
5.
Transmit power: <2w
6.
Power: 220v±15% AC
7.
The max distance between terminal and telephone: 100M
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WARRANTY
Witura Corporation Sdn Bhd warrantees all WT-1010 GSM For Alarm System against
defective parts and workmanship for 1 year warranty. Witura Corporation 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-1010 is a product of Witura Corporation 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
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