The JA-82Y GSM communicator
3. User functions of the communicator
The communicator is a component of the Jablotron Oasis 80 system. It has been
designed for communication via a GSM network. It is installed directly within the
OASIS control panel housing and it allows the following:
• event reporting by SMS (for up to 8 telephone numbers)
• event reporting by phone call with voice message warnings (it is possible to
record up to 7 messages for various events)
• remote control and programming by phone (by calling and using the voice
menu or by SMS instructions)
• remote control of the system (or appliances in the house) by dialling in from
an authorized number (free of charge )
• remote control and programming of the system via the Internet
• data transmission to an Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) - up to 2 ARCs
• sending photos from JA-84P detectors to a secure server
• updating communicator firmware, language and new text sets using OLink
2.0 software or higher
The following text describes all communicator features. The installer should show
the end user how to operate the functions used in the particular installation.
3.1. Event reporting to the user’s phone
The communicator reports events in the OASiS system by sending a text SMS
and / or calling and transmitting a voice message. Reporting can be set to up to 8
telephone numbers. The most frequently used report variants are preset but they
can be customized
Notes:
• If used, transmissions to the Alarm Receiving Centre have absolute
transmission priority (see 7.4).
• Calling is usually used to draw the user’s attention to a detailed report sent in
an SMS. If reporting by SMS is enabled, the communicator first sends all SMS
messages before it starts dialling the set numbers.
• Message playing can be terminated by pressing * on the telephone keypad.
The keypad then switches into keypad simulation mode and the messages are
not further transmitted to other numbers.
1. Installation in the control panel
If you purchased the communicator module separately, it should first be installed in
the OASiS control panel as follows:
3.2. Temporarily authorizing a phone as a system keypad
The control panel power must be switched off (both mains and battery)
Fit the communicator inside the control panel housing using screws and connect
its cable to the main board.
Attach the adhesive GSM antenna inside the control panel’s plastic housing (it can
be glued in a suitable place) and connect the antenna to the communicator.
Warning: never switch the control panel power on if the GSM antenna is not
connected to the GSM module as this will cause serious damage!!!
It is possible to operate the system remotely by temporarily authorizing a phone
keypad as follows:
Dial the communicator’s SIM card number.
After 15 seconds of ringing, the system will answer with a voice menu welcome
message and ask for a code.
Key in a valid control panel access code on the telephone keypad –the master
code (default 1234), a user code or possibly the service code (default 8080).
Once the code has been entered, the voice menu offers the basic system functions
(see 10).
To exit this mode simply end the phone call. If nothing is entered within a minute,
the phone call will end automatically anyway.
The maximum allowed phone call length is 30 minutes.
Notes:
• a fixed-line phone can also be used to operate the system remotely in the
same way. The phone must use tone dialling (DTMF).
• do not enter sequences on the phone too fast, each key signal needs a
certain time to be sent (it depends on the particular phone and the quality of the
GSM connection
3.3. SMS instructions to control the system remotely
All incoming SMSes are checked by the communicator and if there are any
instructions to the system, they will be performed. Each instruction message must
have the following format::
fig. 1 Communicator description:
1.LED signalling connection to a GSM network; 2.LED signalling image
transmission; 3. control panel connector; 4. GSM connector; 5. SIM card
code_instruction
(i.e. valid code space instruction)
Valid code = any valid code in the system (e.g. 8080, 1234)
The factory-default instruction texts (editable – see TXT command)
Command
Function
Note
SET
setting (arming)
setting or unsetting (the same way as if the
used code is entered on the system keypad),
unsetting
If the system is already in the desired mode,
UNSET
(disarming)
it will not change
including GSM signal strength, GPRS
reports system
STATUS
connection and ARC communication (shown
status
as MS1, MS2 and MS3)
reports latest
this concerns the last 3 events from the
MEMORY
events
control panel memory
PGX ON
turns on PGX
the PG output has to be programmed for the
PGX OFF
turns off PGX
function: on/off (by 237/247) or 2 second
PGY ON
turns on PGY
switching (by 238/248)
PGY OFF
turns off PGY
SIM card credit
it has to be initialized before it can be used –
CREDIT
inquiry
see 6.21
SMS on assembly, firmware, and hardware
SMS info about
DINFO
versions, reg. key, remote access code via
device version
OLink
2. Initial powering up of the communicator
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
The communicator is installed in the control panel and its GSM
antenna is connected, then:
Have a suitable SIM card ready. It should be activated (see if it works
in a mobile phone first). If it requires a PIN code when switching the
phone on, then disable the PIN code request upon the first use of
the phone); e.g. Nokia: Menu / Settings / Security settings / PIN code
request / Off. The communicator can work with a prepaid card, but we
recommend using a tariff card for more reliable functioning
Insert the SIM card into the communicator (to open the card holder
push its frame up a little)
Switch on the control panel power (both mains and battery). The
communicator’s red LED should be lit = registering to the GSM
network; it should go off within a minute = registration successful
If the red LED starts flashing after a while, switch off the control panel
power, put the SIM card into a mobile phone and check that it registers
to the network in the place where the control panel is installed without
any PIN code requests
Close the control panel cover, the alarm system should be in Service
mode - if it is not, enter *0 Service code (Factory default setting: 8080)
with the alarm system unset (disarmed)
Key in 99101 - to set the texts and voice messages of the
communicator to the English language
Key in 888 to measure the GSM signal strength (a number in the range
from 1/4 to 4/4 should be displayed). It should be at least 2/4 to ensure
reliable functioning. If the signal is weak, change the location of the
control panel or try a SIM card from another GSM provider (it is not
recommended to use either a high-gain or directional GSM antenna –
see 6.2 GSM signal strength measuring)
If the GSM signal strength is sufficient, test the communicator functions
(system control via a mobile phone, etc), see the instructions below
Tab. 1 SMS commands
Example by sending: “code SET” (valid code space SET) the system will set (if it is
already set it will not change its status)
Notes:
• the system will confirm performance of the SMS instruction by an SMS reply, if
this function is allowed
• the SMS instruction texts are not case-sensitive and only ASCII characters are
allowed
• the SMS instruction texts can contain multiple instructions separated with a comma
• if you are sending an instruction and you are not sure whether any other text
will be automatically added to the SMS (for example, when using an SMS
internet gate) type the instruction as: %code instruction%%
• the valid code can also be entered automatically, see 6.6.
Warning: If installed at a location near a national border where the signal
strength fluctuates, roaming to a foreign network is highly likely. We
therefore recommend blocking the roaming feature in the SIM card to avoid
unnecessarily high communication fees (contact your GSM provider for
details).
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where:
is memory number 1 to 8
is a telephone number (max. 20 digits)
is a sequence for control via unanswered calls
(it does not have to be entered)
In a split system, information from all sections (ABC) is reported to the 1st
and 8th number positions, sections AC to numbers 2 to 4, and from sections
BC to positions 5 to 7, shown in OLink software by colour differences
3.4. Remote control by unanswered calls
A limited number of system functions can be activated remotely by calling the
system from pre-authorized phones. It is possible to pre-authorize phone numbers
stored in memories M1 to M8 (also used for event reporting – see 4.1). To preauthorize a telephone number insert ∗ at the end of the number and follow it by a
single digit (1, 2, 3, 8 or 9) – see the notes in section 4.1. If such a number calls, the
communicator enters a “∗ digit“ sequence in the system after the first ring (as if it
had been entered manually on the system keypad). This remote control by
unanswered calls enables the following functions:
∗1
∗2
∗3
∗8
Notes:
• In a split system, when you change a detectors section, adjust the reaction of
the detector etc, you have to enter enrollment mode for 1s and leave it before
you leave service mode. This way the changes are saved in the communicator.
• For automatic time synchronizing by SMS use position 0 in the telephone
number settings (the position for its own SIM card number). When you change
the SIM card this number will be automatically erased.
setting the complete system (identical to ABC button)
A section setting (identical to A button)*
A and B or just B section setting (identical to B button)*
PGX turns on for 2 sec (if PGX is programmed for the 2s pulse
function)
PGY turns on for 2 sec (if PGY is programmed for the 2s pulse
function)
∗9
M
xxx...x
∗y
To erase a number from memory M enter: 81 M ∗0
Example 1: entering 81 5 777 777 777 ∗0 will store the number 777777777 in
memory M5 (alarms will be reported by SMSes + phone calls with a voice
message) Setting/Unsetting will only be reported by an SMS). Remote access is
allowed for this telephone number.
Example 2: entering 81 1 777 777 777 ∗8 ∗0 will store the number 777777777 in
memory M1 (alarms will be reported by SMSes only.) Calling from this number will
turn on PgX for 2s. Remote access is not allowed to this telephone number.
Notes:
if a phone sends no caller identification data it cannot be used for this type
of remote control by phone
• when using remote control by unanswered calls, and if the sequence 85 M0
has been entered, the communicator terminates the call itself, so that remote
control is free of charge
• a phone which is pre-authorized for remote control by unanswered calls can
also temporarily authorize its keypad to fully operate the system (see 3.2) – just
cancel the action controlled by an unanswered call
• if it is desired that the phone which is authorized for toll-free remote control
should not receive event reports, then turn the reports off for that tel. number
(see 6.3)
• the *X functions must be enabled in the control panel
• inserting *X is used when programming a function using a keypad, the OLink
software has a special section for this
Notes:
• Entering *9 before the first digit will insert a “+” for the international formatting of
phone numbers
• SMS report text consists of the installation name, event type, name of the event
source, date and time. For example: „Report from your alarm: setting 47:
device Time 11:27 01.08 ”
• if other events or texts should be reported to a particular number, change the
communicator settings (see 6.4, 6.7 and tab. 5 the list of events which can be
reported to your phone and their factory default settings)
5. Voice menu for control via a telephone
4. User communicator programming
The communicator is equipped with a voice menu for remote control of the basic
system functions (remote access via a telephone must be enabled). The menu has
factory default voice reports in multiple languages – the desire languages selected
by keying in the 991 xx sequence ( see 6.1). The voice menu function (Fig. 2 Voice
menu scheme ) is as follows:
User setting of the communicator is performed by entering sequences from the
OASiS system keypad. Selected parameters can also be controlled or set by SMS
instructions or via OLink.
Setting on the system keypad is possible only in the case that the control panel is in
maintenance mode (if it is not, enter *0 master code – Factory default setting
1234). Modification of values set in the communicator is performed by entering
programmable sequences (see Tab. 7).
Press the # button to exit Maintenance mode or to cancel code entering when
you key in a wrong number.
If setting of telephone numbers in Maintenance mode is enabled in the control
panel settings (sequence 251 of the OASiS control panel), then it is possible to set
the following communicator parameters in Maintenance mode by keying in the
below mentioned sequences beginning with 8:
• after 15 seconds of ringing the communicator will answer with a voice
menu welcome message.
• After entering valid code the voice menu offers setting or unsetting. The
offer is played once and if you press any key, the current status is reported
and the current offer replayed.
• If you press 9 in the menu, you will hear: “Keypad simulation“ and the
telephone will start acting as a system keypad. It will remain in this mode
making it possible to enter sequences which are confirmed by beeping.
• When you enter the service / maintenance code verification is performed
and if the code is valid, you will hear: “Service mode, keypad simulation“. It
remains in this mode and you can enter keys which are confirmed by
beeping. If you key in 892 now, you will enter voice message recording
menu – see 10.
• Events happening during remote access are reported once every 5 secs
• Set telephone numbers M1 to M7
• Assign codes for control by SMSes without having to enter the code
• Select events which should be reported by an SMS message and calling
• Enable / disable remote access (full access or single numbers)
• Measure GSM signal strength
• Limit the number of sent SMSes
• Set forwarding of incoming SMSes to the first set telephone number
• Restart the GSM communicator
• Record voice messages
• Change remote access code
6. Installation programming
The most convenient and complete programming is best done by a PC running
OLink software connected locally in the installation or remotely via the Internet.
The communicator can also be programmed by keying in sequences from the
OASiS system keypad or via SMS programming instructions.
Programming by the system keypad is possible only if the control panel is in
Service mode, if it is not, key in *0 Service code (factory default setting: 8080) with
the alarm system unset (disarmed) The setting is performed by keying in
programming sequences, (see Tab. 7 communicator programming sequences).
Press the # button to exit service mode or to cancel code entering when you
key in a wrong number.
4.1. Setting of telephone numbers for reporting
The communicator reports events in the OASiS system by sending a text SMS and
/ or calling and transmitting a voice message. Reporting can be programmed for
to up to 8 telephone numbers.
The most frequently desired reports are already assigned to the telephone number
memories by factory-default, so you only need to program tel. numbers to the
particular memories:
Overview of reports assigned to tel. numbers (this can be modified see 6.4)
M
Reports
Communicator´s own SIM card number
0
Alarms by SMS and phone call, faults by SMS (ABC)
1
Alarms by SMS and phone call (AC)
2
Alarms by SMS and phone call (AC)
3
Alarms by SMS (AC)
4
Alarms by SMS and phone call (BC)
5
Alarms by SMS and phone call (BC)
6
7
Alarms by SMS (BC)
8
Technical faults by SMS (for a service technician) (ABC)
6.1. Communicator language setting
The language of the texts and voice menu used by the communicator can be set
by the instruction:
991 xx
where: xx is a number defining the language – see the following list:
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
tab. 2 Reports assigned to telephone number memories M1to M8
To program phone numbers to the M memories, enter the following sequence
while in Maintenance / Service mode:
EN
CZ
SK
NL
DE
PL
DA
IT
PT
English
Czech
Slovak
Dutch
German
Polish
Dannish
Italian
Portuguese
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
FI
Finish
For future use
SV Swedish
FR French
HU Hungarian
RU Russian
TR Turkish
SP Spanish
GR Greek
Example: Keying in 99101 will set English.
81 M xxx...x∗y ∗0
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Notes:
• keying in 00 will reset the texts and voice messages to the factory default
values in the currently set language.
• Set the language before editing the text in the system (a change of language
will change the text to the factory default setting)
• A change of language in the communicator will automatically result in changing
the language in the connected keypads
• The set language will not change when a reset is performed
Factory default setting:
6.7. Allowing remote access for telephone numbers
Remote access is allowed for numbers saved in positions 1 to 8. Programming
sequence :
85 M x
where: M
x
99101 = English
memory position tel. numbers 1 to 8
parameter 1 to allow access
parameter 0 to deny access
Factory default settings :
positions 1 to 8
6.2. GSM signal strength measuring
A good quality GSM signal is necessary for the reliable functioning of the
communicator. Keying in 888 starts GSM signal strength measuring. The keypad
then displays the signal strength in the range 1/4 to 4/4 and the measuring is
repeated every second – new data is indicated by a beep. This mode allows users
to find a suitable location for the communicator antenna. Press the # key to exit
the measuring.
The signal should be at least 2/4. In places with a weak signal we recommend
trying another GSM provider’s SIM card.
Warning: it is not recommended to use a directional GSM antenna with the
communicator (the module would thus communicate with a single cellular
base station only). The communicator normally communicates with at least
three cellular base stations (the connection is thus more stable). It is not
even recommended to use a high-gain antenna – if the signal is transmitted
over a distance exceeding 30km, it does not ensure standard GSM function
due to time lapses in the transmission.
remote access allowed for all numbers in
6.8. SMS and instruction text editing
The communicator contains various factory default text strings which are used to
create SMS reports and also SMS instruction texts. The language of the text can
be set – see 6.1. These text strings cannot be changed from the system keypad
but they can be edited by OLink software (either locally or remotely via the
Internet), or by sending the following SMS instruction:
code_TXT_n,text,n,text,......n,text
where:
Code
is a valid service code (Factory default setting 8080)
_
space
TXT
is an instruction to edit texts
N
text number (0 to 611, see tab. 6)
,
comma (or full stop)
text
the new text (max. 30 characters) which will replace the former text. It is
invalid to enter a comma or a full stop inside the
text string, but a space
is valid within the text string (spaces
outside the text string are ignored).
6.3. Setting of telephone numbers and events
The factory-default list of reported events and their assignment to telephone
numbers M1 to M8 (tab. 1) can be modified.
The complete list of reportable events is shown in ( tab. 5 List of events which can
be reported to your phone and their factory default settings ).
It is possible to select whether the event should be reported by an SMS or by a
phone call, or in both ways.
Each event has pre-programmed factory-default SMS text (it can be modified –
see 6.8).
Notes:
• A single SMS TXT instruction can modify multiple texts (limited only by the
maximum length of a single SMS)
• the communicator is not case-sensitive and it is recommended to use only
English ASCII characters (some networks do not support non-English national
characters)
• the communicator creates SMS reports with 5 parts (installation name, event
description, source number (code or device 01 to 50), source name and time.
The maximum possible length of an ASCII SMS is 160 characters (only 70
characters for national characters) If this length is exceeded, the report is sent
as multiple SMSes.
• The communicator automatically fills in spaces, delimiters and time.
6.4. SMS report setting
To set events to being reported by SMS, enter:
82 M uu x
Examples:
where:
Example: If 82 8 03 1 is programmed and a fire alarm is triggered (event 03 in the
table), it will be reported by SMS to the phone number stored in memory M8.
if the factory default service code is 8080 then the SMS instruction:
8080 TXT 20,key fob Bob,21,Key fob Jane changes the description (name) of
the key fobs enrolled to addresses 20 and 21.
8080 TXT 605,heating on,606,heating off edits the text of the two instructions
used to command the heating to be switched on and off by the PGX output (the
PGX output must be programmed to have an ON/OFF function).
6.5. Voice message setting
6.9. Voice message recording
To set events to being reported by voice messages, enter:
Recording message is done by phone with the system in service mode. Dial the
system SIM card number. When the system answers, enter your access code,
then press 9 (keypad simulation) and enter *0 service code or *0 Master code
(unless you are in service / maintenance mode) and then sequence 892. The
communicator will report that you are in voice message recording mode. You will
hear regular beeping from the receiver; the communicator is waiting for a key to be
pressed:
0 – replay all messages
1 – Record message no. 1 (intruder alarm)
2 – Record message no. 2 (fire alarm)
3 – Record message no. 3 (tamper alarm)
4 – Record message no.4 (panic alarm)
5 – Record message no. 5 (fault alarm)
6 – Record message no.6 (alarm report) – installation identification
7 – Record message no.7 (other event)
8 – delete all user recordings = reset to factory default recordings
When you press a key from 1 to 7, you will hear another beep and you can start
speaking. The end of recording is signalled with a beep and the message is
replayed. The communicator then returns to the main menu (regular beeping) and
it is possible to record further messages. The length of message no.6 should not
exceed 5s, other messages should be 3s long. Press # to stop the voice recording
menu and return to service / maintenance mode.
Message no.7 is played upon each event which you set for a voice message and
which is not an alarm. The factory default message is: Other event. i.e. is usually
used to inform about sending SMS. However, it can also be used specifically for a
particular event (e.g. it may be used to report PG output control, etc. – it depends
on the 83 M uu x settings see 6.5)
uu
M
is phone number memory 1 to 8
event code 01 to 97 (see tab. 5)
x
0 = no SMS report, 1 = SMS report
83 M uu x
where:
M
uu
x
is phone number memory 1 to 8
event code 01 to 97 (see tab. 5)
0 = no phone call, 1 = call
Example: if 83 1 03 1 is programmed and a fire alarm is triggered (event 03 in the
table), the communicator will phone the first number stored in the memory and it
will keep repeating: Your system is reporting a fire alarm.
Notes:
• Calling is usually used to draw the user’s attention to a detailed report sent in
an SMS. If reporting by SMS is enabled, the communicator first sends all SMS
messages before it starts dialling.
• If used, transmissions to the Alarm Receiving Centre have absolute
transmission priority (see 7.4).
• The message playing can be terminated by pressing # on the telephone
keypad. The keypad then switches into keypad simulation mode and the
messages are not further transmitted to other numbers.
6.6. Access code assignment to programmed telephone
numbers
If you do not wish to enter your access code each time you send an SMS message
with an instruction, you can assign an access code which will be inserted into the
SMS automatically by the communicator to the selected telephone number. To do
so, key in:
Notes:
• Listening to the message can be terminated by pressing the * key.
• To exit the message recording mode, just end the call.
• The messages are recorded in a memory which is not erased when the system
power supply is shut down.
• For events like setting / unsetting, the voice messages “Armed system” ,
“Disarmed system” or “Partially armed” are reported; these messages
cannot be changed.
84 M xxxx
where:
M
xxxx
is phone number memory 1 to 8
Valid code UC / MC / SC
Example: if 83 1 2222 is programmed, the code 2222 will be automatically
inserted in an SMS with instructions sent from the first number stored in the
memory
Factory default setting:
No code
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6.10. Quick enabling / disabling of reporting to phones
6.19. Number to be called to maintain SIM card validity
Event reports to your phone can be enabled / disabled as follows:
901 0
all SMS and call reports disabled
901 1
all SMS and call reports enabled
901 2
all reports enabled except reports of setting and unsetting by
users 41 to 50 (i.e. their codes, cards and key fobs). Master code
control is not reported either. This allows setting and unsetting done by
report recipients (owners, bosses, etc.) not to be reported.
Factory default setting:
9011 all reports enabled
If a prepaid SIM card is used and a lack of outgoing phone calls for a certain period
cancels the validity of the SIM card, then this function offers the following: if there
have been no outgoing phone calls within the last 90 days, then the communicator
automatically calls the number programmed by this sequence. The communicator
waits until the call is answered and then automatically hangs up after 10 sec.
6.11. Enabling remote access
Notes:
• To erase this number enter 910 *0
• It is recommended to call cheap public services (e.g. weather forecasts etc.)
but not toll-free numbers.
910 xx...x ∗0
where: xx...x is the telephone number
The following sequence enables remote access to the system by phone or
Internet:
802 0
remote access completely disabled
802 1
access from any telephone and Internet access via OLink enabled
802 2
access from programmed phones and Internet access via OLink
enabled
Factory default setting:
Remote access enabled
Factory default setting:
The parameter limits the amount of sent SMSes to 100 per 24 hours. 50 may be
alarm SMSes and 50 may be for other events. This is to prevent enormously high
telephone fees.
803 0
restriction disabled
803 1
restriction enabled
6.12. Forwarding of incoming SMS messages
The communicator enables the automatic forwarding of incoming SMS messages
which contain no valid instructions to the system:
Factory default setting:
801 0
messages are not forwarded, but the communicator saves the last
10 received messages to the SIM card
801 1
messages are forwarded to the first programmed tel. number in
memories M1 to M8 (e.g. if numbers are only programmed in M5
and M6, then messages will be forwarded to M5). The tel. number
from which the SMS was received will be shown at the beginning of the
forwarded text.
Factory default setting:
messages are forwarded
The communicator is capable of checking the credit balance of its SIM card upon
request (by “CREDIT” SMS instruction) or this activity can be requested
automatically (with a preset cycle) and if it finds out that the remaining credit is
lower than the preset value, an information SMS is sent. The function is set by
sending the following SMS instruction:
code_CREDIT_uu..u_xx_yyy_zz
where:
Code
valid access or service system code (e.g. 8080 or 1234), the change of
parameters is possible on with a service code (other codes allow SMS credit
interrogation “1234 CREDIT“)
_
space
uu..u
instruction recognized by the GSM network to check the balance
xx
automatic checking period in days,
yyy
minimum acceptable credit balance
zz
the textual position in which the number showing the balance starts in
the reply message from the GSM provider.
6.13. Automatic GPRS configuration
If the communicator detects a SIM card change and the main power is on, it sends
an SMS to the YTUN Jablotron server with the network identification. The server
sends back : APN, login, password and own SIM card telephone number.
903 0
auto configuration disabled
903 1
auto configuration enabled
Factory default setting:
auto configuration enabled
Notes:
• If the reported credit balance is lower than the set limit (yyy), text no. 545 will be
sent to phone numbers M1 and M8 which have the “Low credit balance” (event
no. 50) event sending enabled
• If only uu..u follows the CREDIT instruction (no xx yyy zz) then periodic balance
checking will not be performed, but the balance will be checked immediately
• If there is further data following the CREDIT instruction, the communicator will
memorize them and automatically put them in the message when the CREDIT
instruction is used again (i.e. the Credit instruction must contain at least the
uu..u part upon the first sending) and the user just needs to send: code
CREDIT
Example: sending the SMS instruction “code CREDIT ∗101# 7 50 1” causes the
credit balance to be checked every 7th day after the SMS has been sent and if the
balance (starting with the first character in the message from the GSM provider) is
lower than 50 currency units it will be reported.
6.14. SMS instruction confirmation
If the communicator receives a valid SMS instruction, a confirmation SMS will be
sent a s a reply. This confirmation can be disabled as follows:
enabled
6.15. Reaction to incoming calls
This sequence can be used to set the communicator’s reaction to incoming phone
calls:
905 0
the communicator ignores incoming calls
905 1
the communicator will answer after ringing for 15s
Factory default setting:
answer after ringing for 15s
Warning: the use of prepaid SIM cards in the communicator can negatively
influence the reliability of the device. Some GSM providers block cards not
only when there is no credit but also when they are not topped up frequently
enough. This means that even if there is enough credit balance on the card,
the communication can still be blocked. We therefore strongly advise the
use of tariff SIM cards !!!
6.16. GSM signal dropout indication
This feature enables the monitoring of GSM network signal availability. If enabled
and if there is a GSM signal dropout longer than 15 minutes, the control panel
announces “External communication fault”.
6.22. Remote programming by SMS instructions
The communicator enables remote programming of the system by the following
SMS instruction:
906 0
signal availability monitoring disabled
906 1
signal availability monitoring enabled
Factory default setting:
disabled
code_PRG_seq_seq, another instruction
where:
Code
_
seq
6.17. Time synchronization via SMS
This setting enables the function for synchronizing the clock in the control panel.
See chapter 8.5 for further details.
907 0 synchronization off
907 1 synchronization on
Factory default settings:
valid access or service system code (e.g. 8080 or 1234)
space
programming sequence usually set via the keypad
Notes:
• Only characters which can be keyed in from the system keypad (0 to 9, * and
#) can be used in the sequences
• When a valid instruction is received, the communicator performs the sequence
by simulating entering the keys on the keypad. A comma in the SMS is taken
as a pause in the sequence entering.
• If you want to remotely reprogram the system it must first be unset and then
switched to programming mode
• The number of sequences in one SMS is limited by the maximum size of the
SMS in the GSM network.
on
6.18. Phone receiver loudness
To set the loudness of the receiver of the phone which is used to call the
communicator key in:
909 x
where x is a number from 1 to 9 (max.)
Factory default setting:
9 (max.)
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enabled
6.21. Prepaid SIM card credit interrogation
Note:
• In order to protect the user against runaway (donation SMSes etc.), the
forwarding is limited to the first 50 SMS messages. The counter can be erased
automatically each midnight, by processing any SMS instruction or by exiting
Service / Maintenance mode.
904 0
disabled
904 1
enabled
Factory default setting:
Erased
6.20. Restriction of the number of sent SMSes
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Example: by sending SMS 8080_PRG_∗08080_201_# the exit delay will be set
to 10s
where:
Code
_
x..x
y..y
z..z
6.23. Registration code
You need to know the communicator registration code when first connecting via
the OLink software through the Internet. The code is stated on the label on the
communicator panel but it can also be sent to the mobile phone by SMS. To
request a registration code, enter:
valid service system code (e.g. 8080 )
space
SIM card APN
username (do not enter if not required)
password (do not enter if not required)
Examples:
For a T-mobile Czechia card enter: code GPRS internet.t-mobile.cz
Warning: The GPRS parameters cannot be changed if the ARC settings are
locked
911 xx...x∗0
where xx...x is the number of the phone where the code should be sent
Notes:
• The time needed for delivery of the code depends on the current GSM network
speed
• Each communicator has a unique registration code in the following format:
xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxx
Factory default setting: APN = internet
6.24. Remote access password
7.1. ARC phone numbers
This security key for data communication is a condition for remote access to the
system via OLink program. It is set through the following sequence:
Events can be reported to up to 2 ARCs (which can be independent or ARC2 can
work as ARC1’s backup). Each ARC can have its main and backup phone
numbers (or IP addresses) programmed with:
7. Communication to the ARC
894 xxx …x ∗0
where:
xxx…x
is a security access password which can have 1 to 32 digits
Note: If a password using letters is required, it must be set in the OLink software or
where:
p
xxx...x
by an SMS message. Letters are case-sensitive.
Factory default setting:
1234ABCD
6.25. Restarting GSM communication
where:
After 893 has been entered, the communicator disconnects from the GSM network
and then re-registers itself. This re-registration does not change any settings in the
communicator. It should be used after GSM network faults or data collisions and in
some networks it also has to be used after a blocked SIM card has been
unblocked by the GSM provider. It is also possible (if the SIM card can still receive)
to trigger GSM network re-registration by sending the SMS instruction:
Main:
01 p xx....x∗0
Backup:
02 p xx....x∗0
1=ARC1, 2=ARC2
tel. number (max.20 digits) or IP address and port – entry format
example.: 01 2 ∗8 192 168 001 123 08080 ∗0
∗8 (auto-converts to #) signifies an IP address which must have 12
digits and must be followed by the 5 digits of the port number (no
separators).
To erase a tel. number / IP address enter 01p∗0 or 02p∗0. If
numbers / IP addresses are erased there will be no reporting to that
particular ARC.
Notes:
• the communicator first tries to send data to the main number / address, if it
is not successful it tries the backup number / address.
• the ARC address can also be entered as URL (via OLink only)
code GSM
6.26. Communicator reset
Factory default setting:
Entering 998080 returns the communicator to its factory default settings.
Telephone numbers will be erased together with all untransmitted reports but the
text settings in the communicator will not be changed.
all tel. numbers / IP addresses erased
7.2. Installation (alarm system) ID for ARC use
The installation’s ID number which is sent to an ARC with every report can be
programmed with:
6.27. SIM card’s PIN code
It is recommended to use a SIM card with disabled PIN protection in the
communicator. If you still want to use a card with PIN protection, enter the PIN by
entering the following sequence (it must be entered after the control panel has
been powered up):
03 p zz..z∗0
where:
p
zz..z
920 PIN∗0
1=ARC1, 2=ARC2, 3=IMG
installation ID number, max. 8 characters (0 to 9 and *1=A to *6=F)
Factory default setting:
for all ARCs = 0000
Example: If the SIM card PIN code is 1234, enter 9201234∗0
Note: If you want to transmit photographs, enter 3 in the p parameter
Notes:
• If the communicator does not register to the GSM network within 1 minute of
the PIN being entered (this problem is shown by the red LED flashing), then
you either entered a wrong PIN or the GSM signal is too weak. In such a case:
• enter 920*0 while in control panel service mode (erases the PIN entered in the
communicator)
• disconnect the control panel power (mains and battery)
• take out the SIM card, insert it into a mobile phone and check whether the PIN
is correct. Check whether the signal strength at the location of the control panel
is sufficient
• if you know the right PIN code and the GSM signal is strong enough, put the
SIM card back into the communicator, turn on the control panel power and then
enter the correct PIN code (920 PIN *0) and wait until the communicator
registers to the GSM network (its red LED should turn off within a minute)
• The communicator memorizes the set PIN and it will use it automatically
whenever it registers to the GSM network again.
• If you are replacing the SIM card in the communicator with another one and the
former one used a PIN code, first switch the control panel to service mode and
enter 920*0 to erase the former PIN code. The SIM card can then be changed.
Warning: The PIN code cannot be changed if the ARC settings are locked
Factory default setting:
7.3. Selecting the ARC communication protocol
To select the required communication protocol enter:
04 p x
where:
p
x
Notes:
• Jablotron IP is the fastest of the abovementioned protocols and it is the only
one which allows very frequent checking of communication reliability with
the ARC (e.g. every 5 minutes).
• Contact ID protocol can be directed to ARCs linked by standard telephone
lines (if they support Contact ID).
• If your ARC does not allow Jablotron SMS or Jablotron IP protocols, please
contact a Jablotron distributor for details on how to upgrade your ARC
Factory default setting:
The PIN code is erased
ARC1 - Jablotron IP, ARD2 - Jablotron SMS
7.4. Selection of events to report to ARCs
This sequence allows you to select which events are reported to the ARC:
6.28. GPRS parameter setting
GPRS data communication (wireless Internet via a GSM network) is used for
remote access via the OLink software and also for communication between the
system and the ARC. To use GPRS data communication it must first be enabled
(activated) in the SIM card (contact your GSM provider for details). Depending on
the SIM card used, the GPRS parameters (APN and possibly the login and
password if the SIM card requires them) must be programmed by sending the
following SMS instruction to the communicator.
05 p uu x
where:
p
uu
x
1 = ARC1, 2 = ARC2
Event numer 00 to 97
0 = no report, 1 = report
Factory default setting:
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1 = ARC1, 2 = ARC2
0..2 = ARC type
0 = Contact ID, 1 = Jablotron IP, 2 = Jablotron SMS
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Event
1140/3140
1130/3130
1134/3134
1110/3110
1120/3120
1144/3144
Factory default
settings
reported
reported
reported
reported
reported
reported
00
01
02
03
04
05
1461/3461
reported
06
1330/3330
3401
1401
3408
3402
1350/3350
1301
3301
1384/3384
1330
3330
1302
3302
1130
1355
3402
3402
1402
1402
3402
1402
3402
3301
reported
reported
reported
reported
reported
reported
reported
reported
reported
Not reported
Not reported
reported
reported
reported
reported
reported
reported
reported
reported
reported
reported
reported
Not reported
07
08
09
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
23
24
26
27
28
29
30
31
33
64
1306
reported
65
3306
*
*
*
*
*
1406
1305
3137
3300
*
1356
3356
1305
*
reported
Not reported
reported
reported
reported
reported
reported
Not reported
reported
Not reported
Not reported
reported
reported
Not reported
Not reported
66
67
68
69
70
71
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
1301
reported
89
1138
1393
1661
3661
1662
3362
reported
reported
Not reported
Not reported
Not reported
Not reported
90
91
92
93
94
95
CID CODE
Alarm after powering up the system
Instant loop alarm
Delayed loop alarm
Fire alarm
Panic alarm
Tamper alarm
Number of permitted incorrect codeentries exceeded
Device fault
Complete setting
Complete unsetting
Codeless setting
Partial setting A
Detector communication failure
Control panel power supply dropout
Control panel power supply restored
Detector power supply dropout
Communicator failure
Communicator OK
Control panel battery failure
Control panel battery OK
Alarm 24h
Receiver jamming
Setting A – split system
Setting B – split system
Unsetting A – split system
Unsetting B – split system
Setting C – split system
Unsetting C – split system
Partial setting AB
Power supply ON
Switching to service /
maintenance mode
Exiting service / maintenance mode
End of alarm indication
Reporting to ARC1
No reporting to ARC1
Reporting to ARC2
No reporting to ARC2
Alarm cancelled by user
Control panel reset
All tampers calm
All faults removed
System power supply OK
The communicator has no connection
Communicator connection restored
Master code reset to 1234
Master code changed
Power supply failure exceeding
30 minutes
Unconfirmed alarm
Service request
PgX output ON
PgX output OFF
PgY output ON
PgY output OFF
Blocking after an alarm
(Engineer reset)
Unblocking after an alarm
Low SIM card credit balance
SMS transmission from a line
(e.g. from JA-84P)
ARC communication failure
ARC communication restored
The report to the ARC consists of:
• Premises number, event code, section, source number.
• Section: 01 is set for all reports
• Split system for setting and unsetting: 02 = A, 03 = B
• Unsplit system for partial setting: 01=ABC, 02 = A, 03 = AB
uu
Notes:
• Events to ARC are reported with the identification of the section
7.5. ARC communication checking – periodic or fixed
This sequence is used to define whether the regular transmission takes place at a
given time according to 07 p hhmm, or periodically according to 07 p hhmm
settings.
06 p x
where:
p
x
Factory default setting: With a period after the last report
7.6. ARC communication checking period
This sequence programs how often the communication check is performed:
07 p hhmm
where:
p
hh
mm
Source
1 = ARC1, 2 = ARC2
hours
minutes
Notes:
• Checking reports are not sent in service mode.
• Jablotron IP protocol allows very frequent checking of ARC communication
(even every 5 minutes in practice).
• When 00:00 is set, communication check is not performed.
Factory default setting: 23:59 (hours:mins)
7.7. Enable ARC reporting (ARC2 backs up ARC1)
This sequence allows reporting to ARCs to be switched on/off and also enables
ARC2 to backup ARC1:
08 p x
where:
p
x
1=ARC1, 2=ARC2
0=off, 1=on, 2=ARC2 backs up ARC1 (2 can only be entered for
ARC2)
Note: if ARC2 backs up ARC1 then it will only receive reports if it is not possible to
deliver them to ARC1. Each event is first reported to ARC1 (both main and backup
number / URL address) and if the transmission fails, the event is reported to ARC2.
A report containing “Communication fault to ARC1” is then sent to ARC2 together
with the first report to ARC2
Factory default setting: Transmissions to both ARCs are off
7.8. Recording ARC reporting in the control panel memory
This sequence enables the recording of every report successfully communicated to
ARCs in the control panel’s internal memory:
001 0
001 1
disabled
enabled
1500
reported
96
3500
*
reported
Not reported
97
50
Note: it is recommended not to record reports sent to ARCs via reliable protocols
(IP CID and SMS CID) but to enable the indication of ARC communication faults
(see 7.9). This saves a significant amount of control panel memory. The system
initially assumes that every report is successfully delivered to ARCs, but if a report
is not successfully delivered within 110 seconds of transmission, then a
communication fault will be indicated and recorded.
-
Not reported
51
Factory default setting: disabled
1354
3354
reported
reported
52
53
7.9. Indicate an unsuccessful ARC communication fault
Enables the indication and recording of a communication fault if a report is not
successfully delivered to an ARC within 110 seconds of its transmission:
002 0
communication faults not indicated
002 1
communication faults indicated
tab. 3 ARC event table
701
731
741
001 - 050
500
599
501 - 550
1=ARC1, 2=ARC2
0= with a period according to 07 p hhmm
1= at the set time according to 07 p hhmm
Name
Notes:
• The communicator continues trying to send information to an ARC even after a
communication fault has been indicated (after the data has been delivered,
communication fault indication stops)
• for communication-checking reports the delivery time limit (confirmation from
the ARC) is 300 minutes. But if any other report is sent to the ARC it must be
confirmed within 110 seconds (otherwise a communication fault will be
indicated).
Control panel
Communicator
Keypad
Device 1 – Device 50
Master code
Service code
Code 1 – code 50
Factory default setting: communication faults not indicated
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Successful transmission from the GSM communicator to the server is
confirmed by a long flash of the red LED, unsuccessful transmission is reported
by flashing of the red LED.
7.10. URL / IP address for data transmission
The communicator supports transmission of special data (e.g. visual information
from JA-84P) from the system to a set IP address, which can be set by the
following sequence:
Notes:
• The total time of transmission to the server is about 20s.
• If the signal is weak, the transmission can take longer (the lost data is sent
repeatedly). Each image contains the date and time of acquisition which is
taken from the control panel internal clock.
• The synchronization of time from the moment the batteries are inserted into a
JA-84P takes 60 minutes.
013 xx..x∗0
where:
xxx...x
is the IP address and port – entry format example:
013 ∗8 192 168 021 123 07070 ∗0
Where
∗8 (auto-converts to #) signifies an IP address which must have 12
digits and must be followed by the 5 digits of the port number (no
separators).
7.15. Updating the communicator
The communicator can be updated by any authorized person. (i.e.firmware,
language and voice settings). Current firmware is accessible on
www.jablotron.com. Before updating, save your communicator settings to the
OLink database. For updating, it is necessary to have one of these interfaces: JA80T, JA-80BT or JA-82T and the program OLink (v.2.0 or higher). Uploading via a
JA-82T is faster. Be careful not to do anything during the updating process (don´t
disconnect the cable or do anything with the PC) and wait till the end.
Restart the communicator after the updating procedure via the 893 sequence, or
turn off the main power and battery and after a few seconds turn them on again.
Then wait for 1 minute. During this operation do nothing with the system till the red
LED stops shining.
Updating can change the device registration key which you need for remote
access via the internet.
To erase the IP enter 013∗0.
Notes:
• if no devices supporting this feature are in the system, do not set any IP
address.
• the address can also be entered in URL format through OLink, the system
keyboard allows digits only
Factory default setting: URL - lib1.jablotron.cz:7070
7.11. Locking the ARC settings
All settings which affect reporting to ARCs can be locked by a digital code. To do
so, enter:
8. Further guidance on the communicator
091 xx..x*0
8.1. How the communicator sends reports
where:
xx..x is your code (4 to 8 digits)
1.
Notes:
• Exiting service mode after the locking code has been entered will lock all the
settings affecting ARC communication (see the sequence list in section 13).
• If ARC programming is locked, then it can be temporally enabled in service
mode by entering 092 xx..x ∗0 where xx..x is the locking code. It will then
relock on exiting service mode.
• The ARC settings can be permanently unlocked by entering 091∗0 (the code
can be erased only if ARC setting is unlocked)
2.
3.
4.
Factory default setting: ARC settings unlocked
7.12. Repeated ARC communication
The communicator tries to send the report to the main telephone number. If this
fails, it tries the backup number and in the case of failure, the communicator
repeats the attempt with a delay which is set by the following sequence:
where:
p
mmss
0001 p mmss
If all previous attempts to send data to ARCs have been unsuccessful, the next
attempts occur after the programmed repeat period (see 7.6).
1=ARC1, 2=ARC2
time in minutes, seconds
If an alarm is cancelled by a user while it is being reported, any unsent
SMSes and unperformed call reports are cancelled, but the ARC still gets a
complete set of reports about events in the system.
Factory default setting: 15s
8.2. The communicator’s LED
7.13. Number of repeated attempts
The red LED on the communicator board indicates as follows:
• It is lit for a period during registration to a GSM network
• when sending an SMS message, the LED is lit for 1 second
• the LED flashes rapidly during the detection of an incoming call
• It is lit permanently during remote access from a telephone
• A permanently lit LED could indicate that the communicator is not registered
to a GSM network
• The LED flashes during remote-access data transfer
The green LED on communicator board indicates as follows:
• Flashes for a 2 seconds when communicator is connected to control
panel
• Flashes once a second when pictures are transmitted (see 7.14)
Defines how many times in a row the communicator will try to transmit
information to the ARC after an unsuccessful attempt. It is possible to set up to 9
repeated attempts. They are set by the following sequence:
0002 p n
where:
p
n
If there is a need to report an event (e.g. an alarm) then the
communicator sends data to ARC1 (the communicator tries the main
phone number / IP address / URL. If unsuccessful then it tries the
backup number / IP address / URL and if still unsuccessful, it repeats
the action).
Then it sends data to ARC2 in the same way if programmed as an
independent ARC. If ARC2 is programmed as the backup to ARC,1
then the data will only be sent to it if transfer to ARC1 has been
unsuccessful.
Then the unit sends SMS reports (1st tel. number, 2nd tel. Number,..)
Then the unit transmits a voice message to each telephone number
with this setting. Each programmed number is called only once
regardless of whether the call has been answered or not. Pressing the
# key cancels calling other numbers and the system enters keypad
simulation mode in which it is possible to fully control the system.
1=ARC1, 2=ARC2
1 to 9 attempts
Factory default setting: 2 attempts
7.14. Integrated image transmission module
•
The communicator contains a built-in module for the reception of images from JA84P detectors. The device must be set up properly for the successful transfer of
photographs to the server (see 7.10) The Jablotron image viewing server is
situated at http://img.jablotron.com.
8.3. Notes on entering service mode
If the system is switched to service mode:
1.
The communicator completes the current transmission to the ARC.
2.
The current phone call reporting is terminated.
3.
Unfinished SMS and call reports are erased (they are not transmitted
after the service has finished).
4.
Unsent ARC reports are only erased if ARC tel. numbers / IP
addresses / URLs or the ARC communication format or the installation
ID are changed.
5.
Fault restoration reports are sent to the ARC even in service mode.
6.
Changes to communicator settings do not take effect until service
mode has been exited.
IP address for image sending:
URL: lib1.jablotron.cz:7070 IP: 77.104.220.129:7070
Warning: The set or modified parameters only take effect after you exit service
mode.
The signalling of image transmission on the module
• Once the images have been taken by a JA-84P, they are immediately sent to
the GSM communicator and subsequently to a secure server (if it has been
set).
• The transmission from a PIR to the communicator is indicated by green LED 1
being permanently lit (on the left under the SIM card holder) see fig. 1
Communicator description:.
• Transmission to the server is signalled by a flashing green LED.
• Successful transmission is confirmed by a long green-LED flash and
unsuccessful transmission is reported by rapid flashes of the green LED.
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8.4. Remote access via the Internet
The system can be accessed remotely via OLink 2.0.1 and higher. This allows
complete programming by installers (it is necessary to know the service code) and
also operating the system by end users in the same way as if they were using a
keypad. To access the system remotely it is necessary to have:
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• The communicator registration code xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxx. The code is stated
on the label on the communicator board, in the OLink application or you
can have it sent to you by SMS (see 6.23)
• The telephone number of the communicator SIM card
• The remote access password (see 6.24)
• When GPRS is not available a connection with OLink can be realized by
SMS with limited capabilities. After GPRS has been restored, the system
automatically starts to use the GPRS connection.
9. Technical specifications
Power
Stand-by consumption (mean value)
12V DC (from the control panel)
about 35 mA
(depends on the GSM signal strength)
GSM band
QUAD-BAND, 850/900/1800/1900MHz
Complies in configuration CIE OASIS system with
EN 50131-1, EN 50136-2-1
as follows:
ATS 4, ATS 5 if CID protocol is used
and the repeating period is set to zero (Sequence 06p0)
Operating environment – indoor general (-10°C to 40°C)
Class II
Security
Grade 2
Safety
EN 60950-1
EMC
ETSI EN 301489-1, ETSI EN 301489-7
EN 55022, EN 50130-4
Radio transmissions
ETSI EN 301419-1 and EN 301511
CLIP protocol (caller ID + SMS)
ETSI EN 300 089
Can be operated according to
GSM Regulations
8.5. Time synchronizing process
The right and accurate time is taken from the GSM network via received SMS
messages or from the Jablotron YTUN server when GPRS is active. When the
communicator has not got time synchronization information, it sends an SMS to
itself via the GSM network (1x per 10 days). There is one requirement, the
communicator must have its own SIM card number saved in position 0 by the
sequence 81 0 xxx..x *0 (xxx..x = own telephone number). If you change the SIM
card, position 0 will be automatically erased.
Time synchronization (see section 6.17) of the control panel is performed
whenever entering into service mode or maintenance mode, and if there is a
difference greater than 5 minutes between the correct time and control panel time,
synchronization is performed automatically in an unset system without needing to
manually change modes.
JABLOTRON ALARMS a.s. hereby declares that the JA-82Y is in
compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant
provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. The original of the conformity
assessment can be found at www.jablotron.com - Technical
Support section
Note: Although this product does not contain any harmful
materials we suggest you return the product to the dealer or
directly to the producer after use. More detailed information
can be found at www.jablotron.com - Technical Support
section
Notes:
• Synchronization is indicated by a keypad beep
• PG outputs are deactivated during time synchronization, then the outputs
are reactivated afterwards.
• A time synchronization event is sent to the ARC by automatically entering
service/maintenance mode (even when unset) and CID report code 1625
(625 means a time and date reset based on the norm DC-05) is transmitted
before exiting service/maintenance mode.
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10. Voice menu flowchart
Incoming call
„Welcome to OASiS. Enter your
access code.“
(Valid code)
CODE
Invalid
Valid
“Can´t perform the operation.
Enter your access code“
Rejected after 3 wrong attempts
„OK!“
„Disarmed system.“
“Press 1 to arm.”
„Armed system.“
“Press 2 to disarm”
“OK! System Armed.”
“OK! System disarmed”
„Service mode“
The “9” key pressed
„Keypad simulation“
If the system is in the
requested state, terminate
the call.
fig. 2 Voice menu flowchart
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11. List of events which can be reported to your phone and their factory default settings
uu
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
23
24
26
27
28
29
33
50
51
64
65
66
67
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
68
69
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
Event
Alarm after powering up the system
Instant loop alarm
Delayed loop alarm
Fire alarm
Panic alarm
Tamper alarm
Number of permitted incorrect code-entries exceeded
Device fault
Complete setting
Complete unsetting
Codeless setting
Partial setting A
Detector communication failure
Control panel power supply dropout
Control panel power supply restored
Detector power supply dropout
Communicator failure
Communicator OK
Control panel battery failure
Control panel battery OK
Alarm 24h
Receiver jamming
Setting A – split system
Setting B – split system
Unsetting A – split system
Unsetting B – split system
Partial setting AB
Low SIM card credit balance
Image delivered to server (e.g. from JA-84P)
Power supply ON
Switching to service / maintenance mode
Exiting service / maintenance mode
End of alarm indication
Alarm cancelled by user
Control panel reset
All tampers on standby
All faults removed
System power supply OK
The communicator has no connection
Communicator connection restored
Master code reset to 1234
Master code changed
Reporting to ARC1
No reporting to ARC1
Power supply failure exceeding 30 minutes
Unconfirmed alarm
Service request
PgX output ON
PgX output OFF
PgY output ON
PgY output OFF
Blocking after an alarm (Engineer reset)
Unblocking after an alarm
ABC
1
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
S
2
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
Telephone number memory - M
BC
ABC
4
5
6
7
8
AC
3
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
SC
SC
SC
S
SC
SC
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Voice message
5: “fault“
1: “intruder alarm“
1: “intruder alarm“
2: “fire alarm“
4: “panic alarm“
3: “tamper alarm”
3: “tamper alarm”
5: “fault“
”Armed system“
”Disarmed system“
”Armed system“
”Partially armed“
5: “fault“
7: “other event“
7: “other event“
5: “fault“
5: “fault“
7: “other event“
5: “fault“
7: “other event“
1: “intruder alarm“
5: “fault“
”Armed system“
”Armed system“
”Disarmed system“
”Disarmed system“
”Partially armed“
5: “fault“
7: “other event“
7: “other event“
7: “other event“
7: “other event“
7: “other event“
7: “other event“
7: “other event“
7: “other event“
7: “other event“
7: “other event“
5: “fault“
7: “other event“
7: “other event“
7: “other event“
7: “other event“
5: “fault“
5: “fault“
7: “other event“
7: “other event“
7: “other event“
7: “other event“
7: “other event“
7: “other event“
7: “other event“
7: “other event“
tab. 5 List of events which can be reported to your phone and their factory default settings
Notes:
• Factory default report assignment: S = SMS, C = call, SC = SMS followed by a call
• “External communication fault“ means a GSM network dropout longer than 15 minutes (if GSM network dropout indication is enabled)
• To get an SMS (from the JA-84P) with a picture link, enable event 51
• In a split system it is necessary to synchronize the current control panel settings by opening enrollment mode for 1 s and closing it before you leave service mode
• In a split system telephone memory positions are associated with certain sections for reporting alarms as below:
o
1st telephone number: sections A, B, C (administrator/master)
o
2nd to 4th telephone numbers: sections A, C
o
5th to 7th telephone numbers: sections B, C
o
8th telephone number sections: A, B, C (service technician)
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12. Summary of all communicator texts for SMS messages and instructions
n
0
factory default text:
Your system is reporting:
n
502
factory default text:
Delayed loop alarm
1
Device
503
Fire
2
.
.
50
201
202
203
204
205
206
300
301
302
.
.
350
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
420
421
422
423
424
425
Device
…
…
Device
Control panel
Service code
Service inspection request
Communicator
Keypad
ARC code
Master code
Code
Code
…
…
Code
System status:
Set
Unset
Exit delay
Entrance delay
Alarm:
Service mode
Maintenance mode
Battery discharged
Tamper alarm
Alarm memory
Fault
Power supply fault
Unknown device status
Time:
Last event:
Unknown credit
Credit
Error while processing command
Output ON
Output OFF
Partially set A
Partially set B
Partially set AB
504
505
506
507
508
509
510
511
512
514
515
516
517
518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525
528
529
530
531
532
533
534
535
536
537
538
539
540
541
542
543
544
545
546
Panic alarm
Searching for a code
Alarm after powering up the system
Tamper alarm
End of temper alarm
End of alarm indication
Alarm cancelled by user
Setting
Unsetting
Codeless setting
External communication fault
External communication restored
Fault
Fault removed
Mains dropout over 30 minutes
Mains dropout
Mains recovery
Battery discharged
Battery OK
Switching to service mode
Leaving service mode
Radio jamming present
Internal communication error
Internal communication restored
Communication test
Unconfirmed alarm
Blocking after an alarm
Unblocking after an alarm
Partial setting A
Partial setting B
Partial setting AB
Partial unsetting A
Partial unsetting B
Communicator failure
Communicator OK
Control panel battery failure
Control panel battery OK
Alarm 24h
Low credit balance
Power supply ON
426
SMS instruction processed successfully
547
Control panel reset
501
Instant loop alarm
548
Master code reset to 1234
n
549
550
551
552
553
554
555
556
601
602
603
604
605
606
607
608
611
612
613
614
615
616
701
702
703
704
705
706
707
708
709
710
711
712
713
714
715
716
717
718
720
721
factory default text:
Master code changed
The message has been transmitted by the
communicator.
Message transmission failed
Service request
PgX output ON
PgX output OFF
PgY output ON
PgY output OFF
SET
UNSET
STATUS
MEMORY
PGX ON
PGX OFF
PGY ON
PGY OFF
CREDIT
TXT
PRG
GPRS
GSM
URL
Enrolling
Finish setting
Signal strength
Control
Bypass
Test OK
Test error
0/4
1/4
2/4
3/4
4/4
Code
Text modification
Current detector
Service inspection
Active output
Active detectors
OASIS JA-80
Codes
tab. 6 table of factory-default SMS report and instruction texts
Notes:
• The communicator always automatically puts numbers from 01 to 50 in front of Device or Code names
• Texts 0 to 556 are used to create SMS event reports
• Texts 601 to 616 are SMS instructions (to control the system remotely by SMS)
• Texts 700 to 721 are used by keypads
• Other texts are part of system configuration and are set in the OLink application
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13. Communicator programming sequence overview
Sequences beginning with “8“ are also accessible from Maintenance mode if the change of telephone numbers in Maintenance mode is enabled (OASiS control panel sequence
251)
Function
Sequence
Communicator language setting
991 xx
GSM signal strength measuring
888
Tel. number programming for reporting to
telephones
81 M xx..x ∗0
Possible options
xx=01 to 18
Language selection affects SMS texts and basic
voice menu features
range 1/4 to 4/4, exit by pressing #
M = memory 1 to 8; 0 is for the own SIM card
number;
xx..x = tel. number (max.20 digits)
keying in *9 inserts +, keying in *7 inserts * ,
81 M *0 erases the number in memory M
- remote control by unanswered calls – see 3.4
Selection of events to report by SMS
82 M uu x
M = tel. number memory 1 to 8
uu = event code, see the 3.4
x=1 report, x=0 no report
in a split system, alarm reports are defined for
sections A, B, or ABC
Selection of events to report by phone call
83 M uu x
See the List of events which can be reported to
your phone and their factory default settings
Codes associated with enrolled telephones
84 M xxxx
Allowing remote access from telephone
numbers
85 M x
SMS and instruction text editing
Voice message recording
Enable reporting to phones
Enabling remote access
Forwarding of incoming SMS messages
Autoconfiguration of GPRS
The texts can be changed by OLink software or by sending an instructional
SMS: code TXT n,text,n,text...
904 x
Reaction to incoming calls
905 x
GSM signal dropout indication
Time synchronization via SMS
Phone speaker loudness
Number to be called to maintain SIM card
validity
906 x
907 x
909 x
910 xx..x*0
Restriction of the number of sent SMS to
max. 50 SMS per 24 hours
Programming by SMS
Registration code
Re-registration to the GSM network
Communicator reset
SIM card’s PIN code
GPRS parameter settings
English
-
all M1 to M8 erased
M1 alarms and faults from sections A, B, C by SMS.
M2 and M3 Alarms from sections A, C by SMS and
phone calls
M5 and M6 alarms from sections B, C by SMS and
phone calls
M4 alarms from A, C and M7 alarms from B, C by
SMS
M8 faults only by SMS from A, B, C sections
No code
allow
See 6.8
The recording is performed via a mobile phone; the system must be in service or user mode. Dial the system SIM card number from
your telephone. When the system answers, key in the SC, MC, UC code and then key in 892. The communicator will announce:
“You are in voice message recording mode, see the installation manual.“ see 6.9
x=0 disabled
x=1 enabled (all programmed)
901 x
x=2 enabled without reporting setting/unsetting
enabled
by users 41 to 50 (codes, cards & key-fobs) and
master code setting/unsetting
x=0 no
802 x
x=1 yes (by phone and Internet)
1=yes
x=2 yes, but only by enrolled phones
x=0 no, x=1 if the incoming text is not an SMS
801 x
yes
instruction it will be forwarded to the first
programmed number in memories M1 to M8
X=0 autoconfiguration disabled
903 x
Autoconfiguration enabled
x=1 autoconfiguration enabled
SMS instruction confirmation
SIM card credit interrogation
If a codeless SMS arrives from telephone number
M, xxxx is used as a code, keying in 84 M *0 erases
the given code
Allow remote access by authorized numbers M1 –
M8,
x=1 allow, x=2 deny
Factory default settings
803 x
x=0 no, x=1 yes (by SMS reply)
x=0 no reaction
x=1 answers after 15s ringing
x=0 no, x=1 yes (15min. dropout =fault)
X=0 off, x=1 synchronization on
x=0..9, 0=minimum,9=maximum
xx..x = tel. number (max.20 digits), 910*0 erase the
number
1=restriction enabled, 0=restriction disabled
yes
answers after ringing for 15s
no
on
5
Erased
restriction enabled
You can inquire about credit balance by sending the SMS instruction: code CREDIT uu..u xx yyy zz where code = master or
service code, uu..u = GSM network command string to ascertain the credit (e.g. ∗104#), xx=auto-interrogation frequency in days,
yyy=minimum acceptable balance, zz= the textual position at which the number showing the balance starts in the reply message
from the GSM provider. If the credit is lower than the set minimum value, the provider’s SMS will be auto-forwarded to numbers M1
and M8 for someone to top up the pre-paid SIM card
The system can be programmed remotely via SMS instruction code PRG seq, seq,... where seq are programming sequences set
in the same way as from the keypad (e.g. 8080 PRG*08080 201 # sets the 10s exit delay
(a space in the sequence causes a 500ms pause)
xx..x = tel. number to which the registration code
911 xx...x ∗0
should be sent
the communicator disconnects from the GSM network and then re-registers itself, this function can also be
893
performed by SMS: code GSM
998080
Resets to the factory default settings and erases all phone numbers, text will not be changed
xx..x = PIN, 920*0 erases the PIN (to use a SIM
erased
920 xx..x ∗0
card with a disabled PIN)
by SMS instruction: code GPRS apn user pass where apn = APN, user = username, pass = password (only enter the APN if the
name and password are not required by the GSM provider)
Tab. 7 communicator programming sequence
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Function
Sequence
ARC main telephone number / IP address
/ URL
01 p xx..x ∗0
ARC backup telephone number / IP
address / URL
02 p xx..x ∗0
Possible options
p=1 ARC1, p=2 ARC2, p=3 IMG, xx..x = tel.
number max. 30 digits. When using IP protocol, IP
or URL addresses are entered instead of
telephone numbers – see URL command
To erase the corresponding telephone numbers or
URL addresses enter 01p*0
p=1 ARC1, p=2 ARC2, p=3 IMG, xx..x = tel.
number max. 30 digits. When using IP protocol, IP
or URL addresses are entered instead of
telephone numbers – see URL command
To erase the corresponding telephone numbers or
URL addresses enter 02p*0
Factory default settings
erased
erased
Performed via OLink software or by SMS instruction code URL p xxxxxxx : pppp where p=1 ARC1, p=2 ARC2, p=3 IMG, xx..x =
URL address, pppp = port address (not required).. SMS instruction example: URL 1 www.arc1.com : 08080 To erase the
addresses key in 01p∗0, 02p∗0 or ARC telephone number
p=1 ARC1, p=2 ARC2, p=3 IMG, xx..x =
installation number max. 8 characters 0 to 9 and
Installation (alarm system) ID for ARC use
0000
03 p zz..z∗0
∗1=A to ∗6=F
p=1 ARC1, p=2 ARC2, p=3 ARC3(IMG)
x=0 CID,
Selecting the ARC communication
1 Jablotron IP
04 p x
x=1 Jablotron IP,
protocol
2 Jablotron SMS
x=2 Jablotron SMS,
x=5 IMG – Jablotron image server
p=1 ARC1, p=2 ARC2
Selection of events to report to ARCs
05 p uu x
All events are reported - see tab. 3
uu is an event code (see 7.4)
x=1 report, x=0 no report
p=1 ARC1, p=2 ARC2
x=0 with a period from the last report according to
Periodic or fixed ARC connection check
06 p x
With a period after the last report (X=0)
the 07 p hhmm setting
x=1 once a day at the time set by entering 07 p
hhmm
p=1 ARC1, p=2 ARC2
ARC communication checking period
07 p hhmm
2359
hhmm = hours, minutes, see setting via 06 p x
p=1 ARC1, p=2 ARC2
Enable ARC reporting (ARC2 backs up
1,2 ARC reporting disabled
x=0 reports disabled, x=1 reports enabled,
08 p x
ARC1)
3 enabled (IMG)
x=2 only for ARC1, sets that ARC2 backs up
ARC1
Recording reports sent to ARCs in the
x=0 no (only records ARC communication faults)
001 x
no
control panel memory
x=1 yes (all reports except communication checks)
Indicate an ARC communication fault if a
x=0 no
report is not successfully received within
002 x
no
x=1 yes
110 sec of transmission
1-32 characters, (only numbers are available when
Remote access password
1234ABCD
894 xxx …x ∗0
using keypad)
xx..x is your code (4 to 8 digits)
Entering this code and then exiting service mode
Locking the ARC settings
unlocked
091 xx..x∗0
will lock the ARC settings
091*0 will erase the code (permanently unlocked)
ARC programming can be temporarily enabled in
service mode by entering this sequence. It will then
Unlocking the ARC settings
xx..x is the locking code used by sequence 091
092 xx..x∗0
relock on exiting service mode. For permanent
unlocking see sequence 091.
Period of waiting before repeating
p=1 ARC1, p=2 ARC2
0001 p mmss
0015
unsuccessful communication to the ARC
mmss = minutes, seconds
Main ARC URL address setting
See ARC main telephone number / IP address / URL
Number of repeated attempts after
unsuccessful communication to the ARC
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