Installation manual
Mobeye MS100EK
GSM
Measure, Control and Alarm module
SW version 7.n
Table of Content
1.
Introduction
2.
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
To get ready in seven steps
Place the SIM Card
Connect a sensor
Insert the batteries
Connect the power supply
Program the phone numbers
Check the settings
Switching on
3.1
3.2
3.3
Operation
Switching on and off
Alarm message confirmation
Controlling the outputs
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4.
Sensors and devices
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5.
Configuration method
Configuration via keypad
Configuration via SMS text messages
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3.
5.1
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
6.
Program mode
How to Program by SMS
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6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.10
6.11
6.12
6.13
6.14
6.15
6.16
6.17
6.18
6.19
Configuration possibilities
Installation code
User code
Telephone numbers
SMS ON/OFF
CALL ON/OFF
Interval test message
Set actual time and date
Automatic time-based arm/disarm
identification text
Alarm text
Input type
Input delay time
Inactive time
Power failure delay time
Authorisations and remote control
Unauthorised switching of outputs
Duration of outputs: Switch or pulse times
Initial state output
Reset to factory settings
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7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
Action rules
Pre-programmed action rules
Triggers and reactions
Programming action rules
Time-based action rules
List of programmed action rules
Delete action rules
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15
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8.
Complete list of settings
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9.
Reports and lists
Status request
List of settings
Authorisation list
Test GSM network strength
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Issue solving and technical data
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7.
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
10.
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Attention! Very important
This user manual contains important guidelines for the installation and usage of the Mobeye
MS100EK. Please read these thoroughly before you start using the Mobeye MS100EK!
In case of damage caused by disregarding the guidelines, the warranty becomes void.
The user must regularly check the proper functioning of the Mobeye MS100EK. The
manufacturer cannot be held liable for any damage or loss caused by any incorrect use or
incorrect functioning of the Mobeye MS100EK.
Safety guidelines
• The permitted ambient temperature during operation may not be exceeded (not lower than 10°C and not higher than 55°C).
• The device is intended for use in dry and clean places.
• Protect the device from moisture, heat and water splashing. Not intended for external use.
• The guidelines for the battery usage must be regarded.
• Do not expose the device to strong vibrations.
• Do not let it fall from height.
• Do not use in an environment where any inflammable gases, vapours or dust are present or
could be present.
• Repair of the device may only be carried out by people, trained for Mobeye® repair.
• If the device must be repaired, only original replacement components may be used. The use
of different parts may lead to damage of the Mobeye MS100EK.
Use in accordance with the regulations
The purpose of this device in accordance with the regulations is the generation of SMS text
messages and telephone calls after the activation of one of the inputs, or after an internal
trigger; switching the outputs after an alarm or via incoming call/SMS. Other uses are not
permitted.
Battery recycling
The lithium-ion battery, which is an accessory for the Mobeye MS100E can be recycled. Please
take empty batteries to a nearest collection point.
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1. INTRODUCTION
The Mobeye MS100EK is an easy to install measure, control and alarm module that will send
alerts using the built-in GSM communication module. It has inputs for sensors and signals. The
Mobeye MS100EK can also switch external devices connected to (e.g. by SMS text message).
To use the Mobeye MS100EK you will need a SIM-card. This can be a prepaid or post-paid
card.
The Mobeye MS100EK has following features:
 In case one of the inputs is activated by a sensor, the Mobeye MS100EK sends an alarm
SMS text message and calls the phone numbers as programmed. The SMS message
contains the text ‘Mobeye alarm 1’ or ‘Mobeye alarm 2’.
 As soon as the inputs leave the alarm status, an SMS text message is sent to the set
telephone numbers containing the text such as ‘Mobeye Input 1 OK’ or ‘Mobeye Input 2 OK’.
 If the sensor and/or the input remain in the alarm status, the Mobeye MS100EK repeats
sending the SMS alarm message every four hours.
 The outputs can be switched by an incoming SMS command from an authorised telephone
number.
 If a rechargeable external battery is placed and a power failure occurs, the Mobeye
MS100EK sends a ‘power failure’ SMS text message and calls the phone numbers as
programmed by the user. When the power is restored, the Mobeye MS100E sends a ‘power
restored’ SMS text message to the numbers.er.
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2. TO GET READY IN SEVEN STEPS
To get started with the Mobeye MS100EK seven easy steps are needed.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Place the SIM card
Connect a sensor to the input
Connect the power supply
Connect the back-up battery (optionally)
Enter at least one phone number
Check the settings
Switching on
2.1 PLACE THE SIM CARD
To use the Mobeye MS100EK a SIM card from any network is needed.
On this SIM card, the PIN code security needs to be disabled or 0000. If
you have a SIM card with PIN code, you can disable or change this
using any mobile phone and change the PIN code security. Please
consult the manual for that mobile phone for the procedure.
The SIM card needs to be inserted before the power is connected.
When using a prepaid SIM card, take note of the available credit.
Additionally it is wise to set a recurrent test message in the menu so the
card will be used at least once a month.
 Open the back cover
 Insert the SIM card in the holder. For opening/closing, move the
cover slightly.
2.2 CONNECT A SENSOR
Open the hole in the enclosure and insert the 2 wires of an external
sensor through the hole of the enclosure to the inside part and next in
the two connectors of input 1 (press the orange pins for connecting the
wires). It does not matter which wire is connected to which connector. If
necessary the wires can be extended using appropriate wire material.
If the sensor should be closed in normal situation (and be opened in the
event of an alarm), the input type should be changed (please refer to
paragraph 5.11).
IN1
2.3 CONNECT THE POWER SUPPLY
The Mobeye MS100EK is designed to run on an external power supply (9-32VDC). The module
will always be in connection with the GSM network. This gives following features: possibility to
receive power failure messages (using a back-up battery) and the possibility to perform remote
actions, such as arm/disarm, switch the outputs, ask status reports and to program it via SMScommands.
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Connect the external power adapter (or any other regulated 9-32VDC
power supply) to the power input of the connector (press on the
orange pins for connecting the wires):
 V+ (black lead with white stripe) to “+”
 Ground (black lead) to “-“
If using the Mobeye mains adapter (Mobeye article 10027):
The black wire with the white line is “+”, the other black wire is “-“.
2.4 CONNECT THE BACK-UP BATTERY
For back-up power, in the situation that the external power was
cut, a rechargeable Mobeye battery can be connected.
+-
Attach the terminal of the battery to the white connector. The
battery can be fixed with tie wraps or Velcro.
If the power falls out, the unit will keep sits functions and a power
failure message can be sent. The GSM module remains open
and the sensor inputs remain active. The back-up battery is able
to power the module for at least 24 hours.
Close the Mobeye MS100EK using the 4 screws.
2.5 PROGRAM THE PHONE NUMBERS
You need to program at least one phone number in the unit as alarm number.
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




Enter your 4 digit code (factory setting: “1111”)
Press “menu”
Enter “101”
Press “OK”
Enter the phone number (e.g. 0712345678 or 0044712345678)
Press “OK”
The light turns green and a confirmation melody is played. The Mobeye MS100EK is ready to
use.
2.6 CHECK THE SETTINGS
The settings can be sent to the programmed telephone number as SMS text message. In this
way you also check the correct working of the SIM card.
 Enter your 4 digit code (factory setting: “1111”)
 Press “menu”
 Enter “10”
 Press “OK”
Within ca. 30 seconds the programmed phone number (TEL1) will receive the list with settings.
2.7 SWITCHING ON
The Mobeye MS100EK is switched on automatically after programming the first telephone
number. To switch on/off manually, please refer to 2.8.
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OPERATION
2.8 SWITCHING ON AND OFF
To activate the Mobeye MS100EK, use the installation code or user code.
 Enter your code
 Press “OK”
The light turns red shortly and an indication tone is started for a few seconds.
If the code is entered incorrectly 3 times, the indicator turns red and the Mobeye MS100EK will
be blocked for 10 minutes.
The action can be interrupted at any time, by twice pressing “OK”.
To de-activate the Mobeye MS100EK with your code.
 Enter your code
 Press “OK”
The light switches to green and a confirmation melody is played.
2.9 ALARM MESSAGE CONFIRMATION
When the sensor of the (armed!) system is activated, it will send an alarm notification. First an
SMS text message is sent to all programmed alarm numbers; next a phone call is made to the
numbers. When you answer the phone, a beep tone is heard.
Confirm using “1”
It is possible to confirm the phone call by answering the phone and pressing “1“. The other alarm
numbers will not be called afterwards.
2.10 CONTROLLING THE OUTPUTS
The relay outputs can be switched in three ways:
1. Automatically after an alarm (see 6.1)
2. After an incoming call or SMS text message from an authorised telephone number (or,
in case this option was set, unauthorised) (see 5.15 and 5.16).
3. Via the keypad:
Switch on Output 1
CODE menu 311 OK
Switch off* Output 1
CODE menu 310 OK
Switch on Output 2
CODE menu 321 OK
Switch off* Output 2
CODE menu 320 OK
* if an output pulse time was set, the relay outputs will switch back automatically. If the
pulse time was set to “0”, they shall be switched back manually (see 5.17).
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3. SENSORS AND DEVICES
Several external sensors can be connected to the two inputs. The Mobeye MS100EK can also
switch external devices connected to it via the outputs after receiving an SMS command.
The Mobeye MS100EK has a 9-32V power input for connection to an external power source.
Please find below the architecture of the main unit.
Inputs
External sensors can be connected to the inputs. Upon closing (or opening) an input, the
Mobeye MS100EK will send an alarm message to the set alarm numbers (factory default: SMS
and call).
Outputs
The Mobeye MS100EK has two outputs (O1 and O2).These relay outputs can switch external
devices. The maximum load is 2A/30V per output.
They can be switched after an alarm or by remote control (see 5.15).
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4. CONFIGURATION METHOD
The Mobeye MS100EK settings can be changed via the keypad or via SMS commands. First the
method of programming is discussed, in next chapter the settings are described.
4.1 CONFIGURATION VIA KEYPAD
To configure the settings via the keypad, follow these instructions:
 Enter your 4-digit code (factory setting is “1111”)
 Press “menu” - light turns green
 Enter the menu number (see list below)
 Press “OK”
 Enter the new setting
 Press “OK”.
The light switches off, a confirmation melody is played
In the event of an incorrect entry, the light turns red and a short beep sounds. The menu can be
left from any position, by twice pressing “OK”.
Examples (code is 1111):
To program a telephone number at memory position 2
1111 MENU 102 OK 004934578692 OK
To set the SMS to OFF (just call):
1111 MENU 12 OK 0 OK
4.2 CONFIGURATION VIA SMS TEXT MESSAGES
Almost all options can be set via the keypad (except the texts). It is also possible to program by
sending SMS commands to the SIM cards’ telephone number in the Mobeye MS100EK.
As soon as the unit is powered and finished the start-up, the Mobeye MS100EK in program
mode and ready to receive SMS commands.
- Be sure the unit has external power and the GSM has network connection
- Send an SMS message with following content:
CODE COMMAND:OPTION
-
The CODE stands for the installation code. Factory setting is “1111”.
Do not forget the space between CODE and COMMAND.
The complete scheme with SMS commands is listed chapter 7.
The commands are case sensitive.
Several commands may be combined in one SMS message (with a maximum of 160
characters) by placing a # between the commands.
CODE COMMAND:OPTION#COMMAND:OPTION#COMMAND:OPTION
A confirmation melody is played to indicate a correct command. In the event of an incorrect
command, a beep is heard.
Example: To program a telephone number at memory position 2 :
1111 TEL2:+4934578692
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Example: To set the SMS to OFF (just call):
1111 CALLALARM:OFF
Or: both commands in one message:
Example:
1111 TEL2:+4934578692#CALLALARM:OFF
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5. CONFIGURATION POSSIBILITIES
This chapter describes the possible settings in the Mobeye MS100EK.
5.1 INSTALLATION CODE
The installation code is the 4-digit code for switching on/off and programming the settings or
activating the special functions. Factory default is “1111”. It is possible to change the code to
any 4-digit number. Please change the code to make the unit more secure.
5.2 USER CODE
The Mobeye MS100EK offers the possibility to set a personal 4-digit user code, for just arming
and disarming the system. It is not possible to change the settings with the user code. The
system needs to be switched on and off using the same code; the installation code and user
code are not interchangeable. Factory settings for the user code is “8888”. This code can be
changed by the installation code or user code (menu number 50). We recommend that you
change this code to make the unit more secure.
5.3 TELEPHONE NUMBERS
Up to five telephone numbers can be programmed in to the Mobeye MS100EK. In the event of
an alarm the Mobeye MS100EK first sends an SMS text message to all numbers, next they are
called. It is possible to confirm the call, after which the other numbers will not be called anymore.
Note: the first telephone number is required, the others are optional.
5.4 SMS ON/OFF
By default, the Mobeye MS100EK sends alarm notifications via text message and calls to the
preset contact persons. By turning off the SMS, the unit will only call after the sensors send an
alarm.
5.5 CALL ON/OFF
By default, the Mobeye MS100EK sends alarm notifications via text message and calls to the
preset contact persons. By turning off the CALL, the unit will only send an SMS text message as
alarm notification. It is not possible to switch off both the SMS and the call.
5.6 INTERVAL TEST MESSAGE
The Mobeye MS100EK can send test messages. Through these ‘keep alive’ reports you will be
informed about the status of your Mobeye MS100EK. You can set the interval between the test
reports. This is adjustable between 0 (no test reported) and 30 (every 30 days a test message).
Note when MS100EK is battery-operated: the interval of 1 day will result in a daily test message;
the exact time between the messages will be about 24 hours.
The smaller the interval between the test reports, the shorter is the battery life. The test
message only works if the system is on.
5.7 SET ACTUAL TIME AND DATE
If the system is to be armed automatically, the internal clock time needs to be correct. Some
Telecom providers offer this in the network, to be synchronised by the Mobeye MS100EK during
the start-up and after sending test messages. It is possible to set the time and date manually. To
view the clock time, send a list of the settings to the first programmed phone number (CODE
MENU 10 OK).
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5.8 AUTOMATIC TIME-BASED ARM/DISARM
The MS100EK can be armed and/or disarmed based on a daily time schedule. The first
telephone number needs to be set before the arming and/or disarming time can be set.
5.9 IDENTIFICATION TEXT
It is possible to add a standard identification text (NAME) to all messages sent out by the
Mobeye MS100EK. The alarm messages are a combination of the name and the alarm text. A
user defined identification has a length of maximum 20 characters. The default identification text
is ‘Mobeye’.
The identification text cannot be changed by keypad, just by SMS command.
5.10 ALARM TEXT
Custom alarm texts can be programmed. These texts have a maximum length of 20 characters.
The following texts are programmed as factory default:
Power failure
Power restored
Triggered input 1
Triggered input 2
Restored input 1
Restored input 2
TEXT2: power failure
TEXT3: power restored
TEXT4: alarm 1
TEXT5: alarm 2
TEXT6: Input 1 restored
TEXT7: Input 2 restored
The alarm text cannot be changed by keypad, just by SMS command.
5.11 INPUT TYPE
The input type defines the character of the inputs IN1 and IN2. This can be Normally Open (NO)
or Normally Closed (NC). If an input is set to NO, the alarm will be triggered as soon as the
terminals of the input are closed. If the input is set to NC, the alarm is triggered if the connection
between the input terminals is broken.
The default input type is set to NO.
5.12 INPUT DELAY TIME
The input delay time defines the time that the inputs are triggered before an alarm is initiated. If
the input returns to the non-alarm status within the delay time, no alarm is sent. The delay time
can be set between 0 and 999 seconds.
As default, the input delay time is set to 1 second.
5.13 INACTIVE TIME
The “inactive time” defines the time the movement sensor, input 1 or input 2 is not active after an
activation. If the time is set to “0” (minutes), the input is active again immediately after returning
to the non-alarm status. If the time is set to e.g. 30 minutes, the input remains inactive for the
first 30 minutes. If the input is again (or still) activated after these 30 minutes, a new alarm
message is sent. The inactive time can be set between 0 and 60 minutes.
As default, the inactive time is set to “5” for all inputs.
5.14 POWER FAILURE DELAY TIME
The power failure delay time defines the time that the power fails before an alarm is initiated. If
the power is restored within the delay time, no alarm is sent. The delay time can be set between
0 and 60 minutes. As default, the delay time is set to 1. Take care that a back-up battery needs
to be placed in order to receive a power failure alarm message.
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5.15 AUTHORISATIONS AND REMOTE CONTROL
By sending SMS commands remote control actions are possible, such as arming, disarming and
switching the outputs. As prerequisite for remote control the ‘controlling telephone number’
needs to be authorised. A maximum of fifty numbers can be authorised via SMS command. If it
is not clear what memory positions are available, it is possible to add a new number by the SMS
command ‘ADDTELA’. The new number takes the first free position.
To receive a list with the authorised numbers, please refer to 8.3.
SMS-commands for remote control (no code is necessary, numbers need to be authorised):
Arm:
ARM
Disarm:
DISARM
Switch on output 1:
O1ON
Switch off output 1:
O1OFF
Switch on output 2:
O2ON
Switch off output 2:
O2OFF
5.16 UNAUTHORISED SWITCHING OF OUTPUTS
Although the Mobeye MS100EK is designed to only switch the outputs by an incoming SMS (or
call, see chapter 6) from an authorized phone, there is also an option to let them be switched by
any incoming call/SMS, without being authorised. To disable the need for authorised numbers,
the 'authorization' option can be set to OFF. Default is ON.
5.17 DURATION OF OUTPUTS: SWITCH OR PULSE TIMES
If an output is used, the time this output is activated can be set between 1 and 9999 seconds. If
the setting is set to 0, the output does not return to its previous state automatically. An
authorised number can switch it back by the SMS command O1OFF or O2OFF. In the factory
settings the duration of the pulse time for the outputs is “10”.
5.18 INITIAL STATE OUTPUT
In the factory settings the outputs are set to “open” (NO); thye close after e.g. the SMS
command "O1ON". This initial state can be set to “closed” (NC).
5.19 RESET TO FACTORY SETTINGS
It is possible to reset the Mobeye MS100EK to factory settings.
Via the keypad
 Enter your 4 digit installation code (factory setting: “1111”)
 Press “menu”
 Enter “99”
 Press “OK”
Via the reset button
 Remove power adapter (and battery if present)
 Restore the power source and keep the reset button pressed for
about 15 seconds until a short melody sounds followed by 3 beeps.
 Release the button when the LED flashes
After several seconds a short confirmation tone is heard. The
installation code is also reset to 1111.
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6. ACTION RULES
The alarm message and behaviour of the outputs of the Mobeye MS100EK are programmed by
action-reaction patterns. These so-called Action Rules are pre-programmed, according to the
needs of many applications. However, it is possible to change these action rules (for advanced
users only!).
Trigger
Reaction
Reaction
1
2
Reaction
The trigger + related reactions are called an “action rule”. Each action rule may contain 3
reactions. A maximum of 15 action rules can be programmed.
6.1 PRE-PROGRAMMED ACTION RULES
In the factory defaults following action rules are pre-programmed:
Action rule
number
Trigger
Reaction
1
Receive SMS
Switch outputs
2
Power failure
Send SMS + call
3
Power restored
Send SMS
4
Input 1 triggered
Send SMS + call
5
Input 2 triggered
Send SMS + call
6
Input 1 restored
Send SMS
7
Input 2 restored
Send SMS
The SMS texts are stored with a text number referring to the number of the action rules (e.g.
TEXT2 and TEXT3). Texts for new action rules are stored and can be changed too (e.g.
TEXT8). Please refer to 5.10.
6.2 TRIGGERS AND REACTIONS
TRIGGERS
For defining your own action rules, you can use triggers and combine them with reactions. As
trigger the following events can be used:
Trigger
Command
Input 1 triggered
IN1
Input 2 triggered
IN2
Input 1 restored
IN1RESET
Input 2 restored
IN2RESET
Power failure
POWERFAIL
Power restore
POWERRESET
Incoming call
CALL
Time
TIME:hhmm (e.g. TIME:1230)
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REACTION
Each trigger can initiate a maximum of 3 reactions out of the following list:
Reaction
Command
Remark
Switch Output 1
O1ON, O1OFF,
O1TGL
Toggle means the output switches each time the
action is executed, regardless the current status
Switch Output 2
O2ON, O2OFF,
O2TGL
Send SMS
SEND:text
Max. 20 characters. An alarm SMS contains the
identification text and the text as defined here. The text
is also stored as TEXTy, where y stands for the action
rule number.
Call
CALL
The unit calls the set alarm numbers. The receiver will
hear a 2-tone signal and can confirm by pressing ‘1’.
6.3 PROGRAMMING ACTION RULES
Send following SMS commands in following format:
CODE TRIGGER:REACTION1,REACTION2,REACTION3
Example: Switch output 2, call and send SMS text ‘Pump failure’ after a triggered input2:
1111 IN2:O2ON,CALL,SEND:Pump failure
Example: Switch output 1 after a triggered input1:
1111 IN1:O1ON
• Do not forget the space between CODE and the TRIGGER.
• The Mobeye MS100EK will play a short melody to indicate a successful configuration. In
case of a wrong command, a long beep will sound.
6.4 TIME-BASED ACTION RULES
It is possible to let the action be daily performed at a certain time. The time is the trigger.
To program a time-based action, include the time in the action rule, in following way.
CODE TIME:hhmm:REACTION
Example:
1111 TIME:1115:O1ON
6.5 LIST OF PROGRAMMED ACTION RULES
A list of programmed action rules, the Action Rules List (ARL), can be requested by sending
following SMS to the unit.
Example:
Request programmed action rules:
CODE ARLREPORT?
1111 ARLREPORT?
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6.6 DELETE ACTION RULES
An action rule can be deleted by an SMS by the command below incl. index number. The index
number is the sequence number of the action rule as displayed in the ARLREPORT.
CODE DELARL:indexnumber
Example:
1111 DELARL:1
Remark: a rule will keep its index number, even if a rule with a previous number is deleted. This
will result in “gap” in the index list. If a new Action Rule is added, this rule will get the index
number of the first empty position.
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7. COMPLETE LIST OF SETTINGS
Setting
Keypad
SMS
Keypad
Interval test message
SMS
Keypad
SMS on/off
SMS
Keypad
CALL on/off
SMS
Keypad
User code
SMS
Keypad
Actual time
SMS
Keypad
Actual date
SMS
Keypad
Automatic arming
time
SMS
Automatic disarming Keypad
time
SMS
Keypad
Input type input 1
SMS
Keypad
Input type input 2
SMS
Keypad
Inactive time
Input 1
SMS
Keypad
Inactive time
input 2
SMS
Keypad
Delay time input 1
SMS
Keypad
Delay time input 2
SMS
Keypad
Power failure delay
time
SMS
Keypad
Pulse time output 1
SMS
Keypad
Pulse time
siren/output 2
SMS
Keypad
Repeat
SMS
Keypad
Initial state output 1
SMS
Keypad
Initial state output 2
SMS
Keypad
TEL1
SMS
Keypad
TEL2
SMS
Installation code
Menu/
command
00
INSTCODE:
05
TEST:
12
SMSALARM:
13
CALLALARM:
50
USERCODE:
60
SETTIME:
61
SETDATE:
62
TIMEARM:
63
TIMEDISARM:
71
TYPEIN1:
72
TYPEIN2:
73
INACTIVEINP1:
74
INACTIVEINP2:
75
DELAY1:
76
DELAY2:
77
DELAYPOW:
81
TO1:
82
TO2:
84
REPEAT:
INITSTATEO1:
INITSTATEO2:
101
TEL1:
102
TEL2:
Options
Factory
default
4 digits
1111
0, 1, 2, 3, … or 30
(days)
0 (off), 1 (on)
ON, OFF
0 (off), 1 (on)
ON, OFF
4 digits
0
1 (ON)
1 (ON)
8888
hhmm
yyyymmdd
hhmm
hhmm (delete by “0”)
hhmm
hhmm (delete by “0”)
0 (off), 1 (NO), 2 (NC)
OFF, NO, NC
0 (off), 1 (NO), 2 (NC)
OFF, NO, NC
1 (NO)
1 (NO)
0..999 (min.)
5
0..999 (min.)
5
0..999 (sec.)
1
0..999 (sec.)
1
00..60 (min.)
1
1..9999 (sec.)
10
1..9999 (sec.)
10
0..99 (hours)
4
OFF, ON
OFF
OFF, ON
OFF
Telephone number
Telephone number
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Setting
Options
Keypad
SMS
Keypad
SMS
Keypad
SMS
Keypad
Menu/
command
103
TEL3:
104
TEL4:
105
TEL5:
101…105
DEL1….DEL5
201…250
TELA1: ...TELA50:
of ADDTELA:
201…250
DELA:1..DELA:50
90
AUTH:
NAME:
-
SMS
TEXT2:
Keypad
-
SMS
TEXT3:
Keypad
SMS
Keypad
SMS
Keypad
TEXT4:
TEXT5:
-
SMS
TEXT6:
Keypad
-
SMS
TEXT7:
Keypad
SMS
Keypad
SMS
Keypad
SMS
Keypad
SMS
Keypad
TEL3
TEL4
TEL5
Delete telephone
number
Authorise telephone
number
SMS
Delete authorised
number
Authorised remote
control
Identification text
Alarm text power
failure
Alarm text power
restored
Alarm text input 1
Alarm text input 2
Text restored input 1
Text restored input 2
Factory
default
Telephone number
Telephone number
Telephone number
0
Tel. number
0
ON, OFF
ON
20 characters
Mobeye
20 characters
Power
failure
20 characters
Power
restored
20 characters
Alarm 1
20 characters
Alarm 2
20 characters
Input 1
restored 2
20 characters
Input 2
restored
Program method using the keypad:
CODE
menu
menu nr.
OK
option OK
Program method via SMS (in program mode):
CODE COMMAND:OPTION
Or several commands at once:
CODE COMMAND:OPTION#COMMAND:OPTION#COMMAND:OPTION
Leave the menu
The menu can be left from any position, by pressing “OK” twice.
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8. REPORTS AND LISTS
The programmed settings and the status can be requested as SMS-text message via the
keypad or SMS-command (for SMS: be sure the unit has network connection).
8.1 STATUS REQUEST
The status can be requested via ‘CODE menu 501 OK’ or by sending following SMS (replace
CODE by the security code, e.g. 1111):
CODE STATUS? The originator of the request receives the armed/not armed status, the status
of the inputs, power and batteries as SMS text message.
8.2 LIST OF SETTINGS
The settings can be requested via ‘CODE menu 10 OK’ or by sending following SMS:
CODE SET?
The originator of the request receives the list of basic settings.
8.3 AUTHORISATION LIST
The list with authorised numbers for remote control can be requested via ‘CODE menu 200 OK’
or by sending following SMS:
CODE ANL?
The originator of the request receives the authorised numbers as list.
8.4 TEST GSM NETWORK STRENGTH
Before using the Mobeye MS100EK is it advised to test the GSM signal strength.
 Enter the installation code
 Press “menu”
 Press “512”
 Press “OK”
The Mobeye MS100EK will search for all available networks. It also checks the network strength
of the SIM card provider in the device. If you want to leave the function before it is ready, please
press “OK” twice.
The GSM signal strength for the actual network can be read from the LED indicator:
LED
Green during 30 seconds
Flashing green
Red
Flashing red
Description
Signal is very good
Signal is good
Signal is weak
Searching, no valid SIM card or SIM card is not pin free or no signal
The telephone number at memory position 01 will receive an SMS text message, containing all
existing GSM networks, sorted by provider. It also tells the strength of each network.
The list with the GSM signal strengths can also be requested by SMS:
CODE GSM?
The originator of the request receives GSM signal strength as list.
Warning
In the event of a weak signal, the Mobeye MS100EK can still be used, but there is a risk that
messages cannot be sent or will be received with a delay. In case of no signal, it is advised to try
a different network.
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9. ISSUE SOLVING AND TECHNICAL DATA
Issues
Error
Possible reason
Solution
Mobeye MS100EK cannot be
switched on. You hear an error
tone, the red light is turned on
shortly.
No valid Telephone number was
entered.
Enter a valid number.
The light is flashing red during
switching on.
No valid SIM card was entered
or the SIM card was not made
pin code free.
Check the SIM card.
It is impossible to change the
settings. After entering your
personal code, followed by menu,
the error tone is played and the
light turns red.
Mobeye is activated.
Switch off the Mobeye
MS100EK.
No GSM signal during the GSM
test
No network is available,
belonging to the SIM cards
provider.
Choose another network
provider.
The light remains red.
You entered an incorrect
installation or user code three
times.
Wait 10 minutes and then
re-enter the correct
installation or user code.
You do not receive an SMS with
the settings.
Telephone number is not
correct.
Re-program the telephone
number at position ‘01’
For other questions, please refer to the site www.mobeye.eu
Technical data
• GSM: Quad Band EGSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
compatible to the ETSI GSM Phase 2+ standard
• Temperature range: -10°C until +55°C
• Dimensions: 161 x 90 x 35 mm (LxWxH)
• Back-up battery: Lithium-Ion, Mobeye article number AC-RBP1
• Power: 50 mA, short peaks of max. 2 A
For support on
info@mobeye.eu.
technical
problems
regarding
Mobeye
MS100EK
please
contact
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Declaration of Conformity
Herewith we, Mobeye, declare that the product
Mobeye XM2 telemetry module
And the derived products
MS100E, MS100EK, MS100B, MS100BK, MS200, MS300
are in compliance with the essential requirements of the following European standards / EU
Directives:
Directive 73/23/EEC (low voltage directive)
Directive IEC/EN 50130 Electromagnetic compatibility
Directive 1995/5/EC R&TTE (Radio & Telecommunications Terminal Equipment)
The conformity with the essential requirements of 1995/5/EC has been verified against:
ETSI EN 301 489-1 V1.5.1
ETSI EN 301 489-7 V1.2.1
ETSI EN 301 511 V9.0.2
CENELEC EN 60950:2001
Mobeye B.V.
Poeldonkweg 5
5216 JX ’s-Hertogenbosch
The Netherlands
Name:
Position:
Signature:
Date:
J.P.K. van de Vijver,
General Manager
1 august 2012
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