1. Introduction
The AG400011 GSM Alarm panel is a control panel that is compatible with
other H-net security devices from Everspring, such as wireless sensors, remote
keyfobs, tags, and keypad. With this system you can achieve a better control of
your home security to make your life safer and easier than ever.
2. Product overview
A. Touch keypad
B. Microphone
C. Siren
D. RFID sensor area
E. GSM status led
3. Features
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F. Speaker
G. Battery cover
868MHz Radio Frequency
50 wireless zones
SIM card slot for GSM connection
SMS & phone call notifications up to 10 numbers
Easy operation by App
Easy disarm by RFID tag, with up to 50 tags supported.
Dial and receive phone calls
Hands-free two-way talking
Siren Volume up to 95dB
Notify user if door/window not closed when trying to Arm
Hidden Duress Code capability
Tamper protection feature
RF jamming detection
H. Wall mounting bracket
4. Install SIM card and first set up
4-1 SIM card installation
Like all GSM devices the GSM alarm panel requires a SIM card to operate.
4-1-1 Preparing the SIM card
a. The SIM card needs to be unlocked before use. You can use a mobile phone to
cancel the input of PIN code or PUK code.
b. Ask your local carrier to disable voice message function of this SIM card.
c. As alarm messages and sending SMS require fees, please inquire with your local
carrier about their charging standards.
d. The SIM card size required is Mini SIM. For Micro SIM and Nano SIM, use a SIM
card adaptor before inserting into the alarm panel.
e. Ensure the SIM card is not expired.
When battery cover is removed:
I. SIM card slot
J. Battery connector
K. DC-jack
L. Factory reset
4-1-2 Inserting the SIM card
1. Remove battery cover of the alarm panel.
2. Insert a SIM card into the slot and connect the Li-ion
cell 2000mAh 3.7V and the 9V power adapter.
3. Wait until the GSM status led blinks slowly (once
every 3 seconds) implying the SIM card is ready for
use.
4-2 Setting Up the Host Phone Number
First of all you need to enter the Host Phone Number so that the GSM notification
can function normally. The host phone number refers to the owner’s phone number
that needs to be entered into the alarm panel so that it will recognize SMS
commands sent from the owner’s phone.
Note: The “Show Caller ID” function on the owner’s mobile phone must be turned
on. The alarm panel can then determine if this number is authorized to use SMS
commands.
1. Begin configuration by entering the default configuration PIN code ‘1234’
2. On the touch keypad, enter 66 + PARM Key + Owner’s number + PARM key
Note: Do not enter the phone number of the SIM card inside the alarm panel.
[ALARM] LED
[TEL] LED & Key
Flashing: Alarm event triggered
On: Using GSM Telephone
Flashing: GSM sending SMS
[RFID] LED
[LEDs around siren On: Reading Tag ID
area]
Numbers 1-9
LED & Keys
On: Indicator for sensor zone 1 to 9, or which remote
keyfob 1- 9, or RFID tags 1-4
Number 0
LED & Key
On: Indicator for sensor zone > 9 or RFID tags > 4.
3. You will receive an SMS message saying phone number set successfully.
4. Your alarm panel can now be controlled from the smartphone app.
6. Mounting the Alarm Panel
5. Definition of LEDs
Selecting a suitable location:
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Mounted the alarm panel close to the door which you normally use to enter/exit
your house.
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Note that the Alarm panel requires a power outlet to function properly.
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Ensure the location selected a good GSM signal. You can do this by cross
checking the signal bar on your phone at that location.
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The panel must not be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other
nearby transmitter or antenna.
LED
GSM Status LED
[REC] LED & Key
[ARM] LED & Key
Indication
Flashing once every second: Registering with host device
Flashing once every three seconds: Successful registration
with GSM base station
Off: No AC power, alarm panel running on battery
Flashing: Recording / Listen-In in progress
On: Message playback in progress
On: Arm Mode
Flashing: Arm Mode Exit Delay
1. Remove the back panel mounting bracket of the GSM and mount the bracket on
the wall using wall anchors and screws.
2. Once secured, ensure the power connectivity and reattach the alarm panel to the
secured mounting bracket.
[PARM] LED & Key On: Partial Arm Mode
Flashing: Partial Arm Exit Delay
[DISARM] LED &
Key
On: Disarm Mode
Flashing: Waiting for device binding / Test Mode
3. Power on the panel and test to make
sure the GSM has good signal.
Please see Test Mode Point 4.
7. Configure the Alarm panel
There are 3 ways to configure the Alarm panel’;
1. Keypad: Basic and advanced settings can be configured through the touch
keypad. Whenever a key is pressed, the LED will light up and a key tone will
sound (when Key Tone is enabled).
Refer to Appendix A for the full list of keypad and button combination to various
settings. A 4-digit PIN code needs to be entered; the default PIN is ‘1234’.
2. SMS: Some settings can be configured remotely using predefined SMS text sent
from the owner’s phone. Refer to Appendix B for the list of SMS settings.
b. The “Show Caller ID” function on the contact’s mobile phone must be turned on to
send SMS commands. The alarm panel can then determine if this an authorized
number
7-3 Alarm Type
There are two alarm types,
- Alarm Type 1: loud siren with GSM voice call and SMS message. This serves to
scare the intruder.
- Alarm Type 2: siren off but with GSM voice call and SMS message. This leaves
the intruder unaware the alarm has been triggered.
Refer to Appendix A to set up Alarm Type 1 or 2 using keypad.
7-4 Duress Disarm PIN code
3. Smartphone App: The preferred method is by Android/IOS app available on
Google Play and Apple iTunes store. The App performs the same commands for
SMS settings listed in Appendix B.
7-1 Record and Playback Alarm Message
To start, a help message needs to be recorded and stored in the system. This
message will be played back over the phone when the alarm is triggered.
Record alarm message
1. Enter the PIN + DISARM Key to disarm the system.
2. Enter PIN + REC button
3. When the REC LED flashes, say a brief messages into the microphone. The
maximum message length is 10 seconds.
4. Press PARM key to stop recording if message is shorter than 10 seconds
5. To playback the message, press and hold the REC button.
7-2 Notification contacts
Create the list of contacts to call when an alarm event occurs.
Refer to Appendix B in the Alarm Voicecall Phone number list to set this up by
SMS or App.
Create also a list of contacts to send SMS messages when an alarm event occurs.
Refer to Appendix B for Alarm SMS Phone number list to set this up by SMS or
App.
Note:
a. The Host Phone Number will automatically appear as the first number in the list of
Alarm Voicecall number, Alarm SMS Phone number and Speed Dial No. in
Appendix B.
Duress PIN code is your normal PIN code + 1.
For example: normal PIN code 1230 will have a duress PIN code of 1231
Normal PIN code of 9999 will have a duress PIN code of 0000.
An SMS will be sent to the Host Phone Number when using a duress PIN code to
disarm.
7-5 Test Mode
This is used to test the various functions after the alarm panel and sensors have
been completely set up.
1. Enter the PIN + DISARM Key to disarm the system.
2. Enter the PIN + 03 to enter Test Mode. The DISARM LED will flash during Test
mode.
3. Time out for Test mode is 10 minutes, after which the system will return to disarm
mode. Press the DISARM Key anytime if you wish to exit Test Mode at anytime.
Device test
4. If a sensor signal is received in Test Mode the chime would sound and keypad
LED will turn on to indicate which sensor (LED 1 – 9 indicates Sensor Zone 1 – 9,
Remote 1 – 9, or Tag 1 – 9. Other indications would be LED 0)
If the device is a sensor, the Sensor Type will be indicated as below:
- Arm LED on: indicates the Sensor will only trigger when Fully Armed
- Partial LED on: indicates the Sensor will trigger when Fully Armed or Partial
Armed.
- Alarm LED on: indicates the Sensor will trigger an immediate alarm (24 hours)
when Fully Armed / Partial Armed / Disarmed.
GSM signal test
5. Press and hold 7 for 3 or more seconds during Test Mode to display the GSM
signal strength indicated as:
- LED 1 :Good, LED 2: Normal, LED 3: Poor,
- ALARM LED : No Signal / SIM card registration failure / No SIM card
Siren enable/disable
6. Press 8 for 3 or more seconds during Test Mode would send a System On / Off
command to the Wireless Siren.
SMS test
7. Press 9 for 3 or more seconds during Test Mode would send a test SMS message
(including the current Alarm Mode, Delay Time, Siren On/Off, and Alarm Time) to
the Host Phone number.
7-6 Changing the PIN code
For security reasons it is strongly advised to change the default PIN code to a 4-digit
number of your choice. This prevents unauthorized access of your alarm panel from
its keypad.
Enter Old PIN + 06 +New PIN. The new PIN code will take effect immediately.
8. Arming /Disarming the Alarm panel
8-1 Fully Arm Mode
1. Enter PIN + Arm Key. A long beep will sound if the PIN code is correct. Three
beeps will sound if the PIN code is incorrect.
2. If the PIN code is correct, the system will enter the Exit Delay countdown. The
ARM LED will flash and beep tone will sound once every second.
3. When the countdown reaches 5 second, the beep tone will sound twice every
second.
4. After the countdown is complete the system will enter Arm Mode. The Arm LED
will turn on.
the siren on the alarm panel. An SMS will be sent to the Host Phone Number if
disarmed by RFID Tag. The SMS content can be modified for Tags 1-4 (e.g. “Jack
came home”, “Daniel disarmed”). SMS content for Tags 5-50 cannot be modified.
c. Contacts listed in Alarm SMS Phone number list can Arm, Partial Arm and
Disarm by SMS or App
8-3 Partial Arm Mode
1. Enter the PIN + PARM Key. A long beep will sound if the PIN code is correct.
Three beeps will sound if the PIN code is incorrect.
2. If the PIN code is correct, the system will enter the Exit Delay countdown. The
PARM LED will flash and beep tone will sound once every second.
3. When the countdown reaches 5 second, the beep tone will sound twice every
second.
4. After the countdown is complete the system will enter Partial Arm Mode. The
PARM LED will turn on.
.8-4 One Key Alarm Mode
The alarm panel provides an easy one key step to set Arm and Partial Arm mode:
From Disarm Mode:
- Press and hold ARM Key for 3 or more seconds to enter Fully Arm Mode;
- Press and hold PARM Key for 3 or more seconds to enter Partial Arm Mode.
8-5 Open Door / Window Alert:
8-2 Disarm Mode
This feature checks if the door or window is left open when trying to Arm or Partial
Arm the system.
1. To turn on this feature, enter PIN + 08 + 1 + PARM
2. If a door/window sensor reports an open condition then the alarm panel will beep
for 10 seconds, and the keypad LED will indicate which sensor zone number 1 – 9
(0 for other Sensor Zones).
3. After the alert has ended it will enter the configured alarm mode. If all
doors/windows are closed the alert sounds will turn off.
1. Enter the PIN + DISARM Key. A long beep will sound if the PIN code is correct.
Three beeps will sound if the PIN code is incorrect.
2. If the PIN code is correct, the system will enter Disarm Mode immediately.
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Note:
a. Remote keyfobs, Wireless Keypad, and SMS/App can be used to operate Arm /
Partial Arm / Disarm the system.
b. RFID Tags can be used to Disarm only. Simply swipe the tag in the area above
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You may also do a quick check while in Disarm mode:
Pressing the ARM Key will check all doors and windows under Fully Arm and
display sensor number LED of opened doors or windows for 3 seconds.
Pressing the PARM Key will check all doors and windows under Partial Arm and
display LED opened doors or windows for 3 seconds.
9. When alarm occurs
An alarm condition will be triggered when, in Fully Arm/Partial mode, a sensor is
triggered and signals the panel to sound the alarm.
The alarm will also be triggered under an emergency panic situation, when the panic
button on the remote keyfob is pressed, or the alarm panel keypad registers a panic
(long press 9 key).
When an alarm is triggered the following actions will take place:
- the siren will sound loudly (depending on your Alarm Type and Alarm Time
settings). The default time for siren alarm is 3 minutes.
- the Alarm LED will flash. LEDs 1 – 9 will also indicate which of the Sensor Zones
1 – 9 caused the alarm, or which Remote 1 – 9 activated the panic. LED 0 will
turn on for other situations. The LEDs will continue to be on until the system is
disarmed.
- SMS notification will be sent to contacts (depending on your SMS setting).
- Voice call will be made to contacts (depending on your Alarm message setting).
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Press “1” key = Fully Arm and send SMS
Press “2” key = Part-Arm and send SMS
Press “3” key = Set the Siren to turn on Alarm and send SMS
Press “4” key = Set the Siren to turn off Alarm and send SMS
Press “6” key = Listen to the Alarm message again
Press “7” key = Enter Listen-In Mode. This mode will timeout after 5 minutes.
Press the “#” to exit Listen-In at anytime.
Press “8” key = Exit from call loop and send SMS
Press “9” key = Enter Two Way Talk Mode. This mode will timeout after 5 minutes
Press “0” key = Disarm and send SMS
Press “#” key = Cancel this call without exiting the call loop.
If no keys are input after 30 seconds, the alarm panel will hang up.
9-4 RFID Tag Disarm Notification
If the alarm is disarmed by the RFID Tag, an SMS will be sent to the Host Phone
Number is set to Disarm and notify which RFID tag user disarmed the system.
To quickly turn off the above activity, disarm the system by entering PIN + DISARM
Key, or using the remote keyfob. This will also clear Alarm Memory.
10. Other types of alerts
9-1 Voice call alert
10-1 RF Jamming detection
During an alarm condition the alarm panel will initiate a voicecall session, during
which it will repeatedly dial the preset voicecall telephone numbers in sequence and
play back the recorded help message.
- For each contact called the alarm message will playback repeatedly for 30
seconds. The next contact will then be called.
- Each contact will be called 3 times in a call loop regardless whether the call is
answered or not.
- To end the current call, press the “*” key then “#” key on the phone, or wait 30
seconds timeout. The alarm panel will then call the next contact on the list.
- To exit from the call loop, press the “*” key then “8” key. This contact will not be
called again until the next alarm condition.
- If 3 contacts exit the call loop (i.e. 3 contacts entered “*” then “8” key), the entire
call session will end abruptly.
9-2 Phone control mode
When called, the user may press the “*” key on the phone. This will stop the
siren and the panel will enter phone control mode to wait for next input key:
When Anti-jamming is set to on, the device will send an SMS to the Host Phone
Number when RF jamming is detected under Arm Mode.
10-2 Sensor Low Battery Indication
When a sensor’s battery runs low, an SMS will be sent to Host Phone Number
(The sensor will send a second SMS after a minimum interval of 7 days).
11. Telephone Functions
The alarm panel can operate as an ordinary telephone to make and answer GSM
voice calls. It features a built in speakerphone with echo-cancelling to allow hands
free conversation.
11-1 Calling and Answering
11-1-1 Making a call: Simply enter the number keys then press TEL key to call.
Press TEL key again to hang up.
11-1-2 Answering a call: A ringing tone will sound when someone calls. Press the
TEL Key to answer, and press it again to hang up. Hold the Telephone Key for
3 seconds to reject the call.
11-1-3 DTMF Key: Number keys may be pressed during a call. To enter a “*” press
the REC Key. To enter a “#” press and hold the REC Key for more than 0.5
seconds.
11-2 Speed-dial numbers
A total of 5 telephone numbers can be preset as speed-dial on the keypad of the
alarm panel.
To set the speed-dial numbers, send SMS commands Set Speed Dial No. in
Appendix B using SMS entry or the App.
To call a speed-dial number, simply press and hold the assigned keys 1- 5 on the
alarm’s keypad.
11-3 Call back
As the owner, you can remotely instruct the alarm panel to call your phone to listen in
and talk to someone at home. Using SMS or the App, send a Two Way Talk
command in Appendix B.
To end this call, simply hang up from your phone.
12. Adding/removing devices
12-1 Adding motion and door/window sensors
The alarm panel will group motion sensors and door/window sensors into 5 security
type, each assigned according to the owner’s application need.
- Security Type “0” : Fully Arm. The sensor will be activated only when the
system is in Fully arm mode. This sensor will not be activated in Partial Arm
mode. When sensor is triggered the alarm will sound immediately without any
preset delay.
- Security Type “1” : Partial Arm and Fully Arm. The sensor will be activated
when the system is in either Partial arm or Fully arm mode. When sensor is
triggered the alarm will sound immediately without any preset delay.
- Security Type “2” : Fully Arm + Delay. Same Security Type “0” except when
sensor is triggered the alarm will sound after a preset Entry delay. This is
mostly used for main entrance to prevent accidental triggering of the alarm by
the user.
- Security Type “3” : Partial Arm and Fully Arm + Delay. Same Security Type
“1” except when sensor is triggered the alarm will sound after a preset Entry
delay. This is mostly used for main entrance to prevent accidental triggering
of the alarm by the user.
- Security Type “4” : 24Hrs intruder : the sensor will immediately trigger an
alarm regardless whether the system is in Disarm/Fully Arm or Partial Arm
mode. This is normally used to protect areas from unauthorized access as
safe box or electrical maintenance room, etc.
When a new sensor is added it needs to be assigned the Security Type above.
To add a sensor:
1. Power on the sensor by inserting its batteries.
2. On the alarm panel, enter the PIN + DISARM Key to disarm the system.
3. Enter PIN + 15 + (Security Type) + PARM to start the binding process. The
DISARM LED will start to blink for 30 seconds with a beep tone.
4. Within 30 seconds, set the sensor to enter binding mode using its
learn-key/tamper button. Refer to the sensor’s user manual for details.
4. If a sensor is successfully added, the DISARM LED will turn on for 1 second along
with a long beep sound. The Keypad LED will turn on to indicate the allocated
zone number. (Numbers 1 – 9 for zones 1 – 9, Number 0 for Sensor Zones 10 or
more).
5. If the binding process fails, it will timeout after 30 seconds and 3 short beeps will
be heard.
6. To exit the binding process, press the DISARM Key
Note: The zone number for the sensor is allocated sequentially. It is advised to label
a sensor with its zone number immediately after successfully binding it.
12-2 Adding a remote keyfob, RFID tags and wireless keypad
To add these devices:
1. Power on the device by inserting its batteries.
2. On the alarm panel, enter the PIN + DISARM Key to disarm the system.
3. Enter PIN + 15 + PARM to start the binding process. The DISARM LED will start
to blink for 30 seconds with a beep tone.
4. Within 30 seconds, set the device to enter binding mode using its learn-key/
tamper button. Refer to the device’s user manual for details.
For RFID tags, simply swipe it in front of the alarm panel in the area above the
siren.
5. If a device is successfully added, the DISARM LED will turn on for 1 second along
with a long beep sound.
6. If the binding process fails, it will timeout after 30 seconds and 3 short beeps will
be heard.
7. To exit the binding process, press the DISARM Key
12-3 Deleting a sensor or device
Follow the steps in Appendix A to remove a sensor or other devices from the alarm
panel’s binding memory. For sensors/keyfob/RFID tags numbered 1-9, you can
select directly from the keypad.
Note: The alarm panel must be in Disarm mode.
13. Hot Key Functions
Below table is summary of hot-key press on the alarm panel’s keypad.
Function
Operation
Explanation
Speed Dial TEL_1
Hold 1
Speed dial phone number set 1
Speed Dial TEL_2
Hold 2
Speed dial phone number set 2
Speed Dial TEL_3
Hold 3
Speed dial phone number set 3
Speed Dial TEL_4
Hold 4
Speed dial phone number set 4
Speed Dial TEL_5
Hold 5
Speed dial phone number set 5
PANIC
Hold 9
Hold Record
Generate a Call for Help Alarm
All Area Alarm Mode
(Single Key)
Hold Arm Key
May only enter this mode under
Disarm Mode
Partial Area Alarm
Mode (Single Key)
Hold Partial Arm Key May only enter this mode under
Disarm Mode
Play Alarm Message
Test playback of the user’s
recorded alarm message
14. Troubleshooting
13-1 Basic Troubleshooting
13-1-1 The alarm panel cannot register with a GSM host (GSM Net LED flashes
rapidly):
a. SIM card not inserted or bad contact.
b. SIM card needs to be unlocked before use (use a mobile phone to setup) to
cancel the input of PIN code or PUK code.
c. Change the position of the AG400011.
d. Remove AC power and batteries and insert the SIM card again.
e. Make sure the SIM card is not expired.
13-1-2 Mobile phone cannot configure the alarm nor receive SMS from it:
a. The Show Caller ID function on this mobile phone must be turned on. The alarm
panel will not accept any commands if it cannot recognize the sender’s Caller ID.
b. Only a phone number set as Host phone number may have administrator rights to
configure parameters such as Voice, SMS, Speed Dial numbers, delay time,
Siren, volume, and starting time. Normal SMS numbers will not be accepted.
c. If GSM is busy or has bad signal, the SMS may be delayed or not sent.
d. When operating SMS from a mobile phone, please wait for the alarm panel to
return the SMS before operating the next SMS. Resend the SMS if one minute
has passed and the alarm panel still did not sent the return SMS.
e. When operating SMS from a mobile phone, if there are no responses the reason
might be the sent SMS is not an acceptable command. Please refer to SMS
Functions in Appendix B for the proper commands.
13-1-4 GSM Status LED is off:
a. Check the AC adaptor to see if it’s properly plugged in and check the power LED
to see it it’s on. The GSM will shut down partial power when it is not connected to
AC power to extend usage time.
b. Remove all power sources (including batteries and AC power), insert them back
and try again
13-1-5 Unable to use RFID Tag after power on
Remove all power sources including batteries and DC-jack. Wait for one minute
and power on the alarm panel again.
13-2 Restore to factory settings
The user may choose to perform a factory reset to return the device to factory default
settings. Please note that all configurations (including recorded alarm messages,
contact lists and linked sensors/devices) will be deleted. The PIN code will reset back
to default PIN code “1234”.
1. Take the device off the wall. Note the alarm will sound because of its tamper
protection.
2. Remove all power sources including batteries and DC-jack.
3. Press and hold the reset button on the back (next to DC-jack) and insert the
batteries or DC-jack to power it on. Keep pressing the reset button until a beep
tone is heard. Release the button after beep tone.
4. The DISARM LED will turn on to followed by 5 short beeps indicating the reset to
factory default is complete.
Specifications
Operating temperature range
Operating humidity
Input rating
Battery type
Transmission range
Frequency range
GSM band
-10°C to 50°C
85% RH at 30°C
9V DC 1A
Li-ion cell 2000mAh 3.7V
Outdoors >150m (Open space) for front and sides
868.35 MHz
850/900/1800/1900 MHz
** Specifications are subject to change without notice
CAUTION
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS
Appendix A: Touch Keypad Operation Table
Function
ARM Mode
Enter Key
Explanation
Enter PIN code +
Exit Delay: Arm Key LED flashes and beeps
(faster beeps at last 5 second countdown)
For HA71F outdoor solar siren
Keys 1 – 8 LEDs will display siren DIP Switch
positions.
- ON position (1) = Key LED on
- OFF position (0) = Key LED off
(Default Dip Switch position: 1111000)
ARM Mode: Arm Key LED turns on
Partial Arm
Mode
DISARM Mode
Enter PIN code +
Exit Delay: Arm Key LED flashes and beeps
(faster beeps at last 5 second countdown)
Wireless Siren Enter PIN code + 04 +
Setting
Partial Arm Mode: Partial Arm Key LED turns on
Enter PIN code +
For SE822 indoor siren
Key 0 indicates siren is enabled or disabled
- When Enabled: Key 0 LED turns on
- When Disabled: Key 0 LED turns off
(Default: Wireless Siren Disabled)
Disarm Mode: Disarm Key LED turns on
Note: The following operations are available only in DISARM Mode
1. Start recording alarm message (about 10
seconds) Playback will start automatically after
the recording is complete
Record Alarm
Message
Enter PIN code +
2. Press
to stop recording if message is
shorter than 10 seconds
Press Keys 1 – 8 to toggle new House Code DIP
Switch positions.
Press Partial Arm Key to save settings.
Press Key 0 to toggle enable/disable.
Press Partial Arm Key to save settings.
RF
Anti-Jamming
Detection
Enter PIN code + 05 + 1 +
Turn On
Enter PIN code + 05+ 2 +
Turn Off (Default)
Enter old PIN code + 06 + new
PIN code +
Default PIN code: 1234
Enter PIN code + 07 + 1 +
Turn On (Default)
Enter PIN code + 07 + 2 +
Turn Off
Enter PIN code + 08 + 1 +
Turn on
Enter PIN code + 08 + 2 +
Turn Off (Default)
Record: REC Key LED will flash
Playback: Record Key LED turns on
Alarm Type 1
(Siren and
Dialer)
Enter PIN code + 01 +
Change PIN
code
Siren will sound during alarm
(This is the default type)
Key Tone
Alarm Type 2
(No siren,
Dialer only)
Enter PIN code + 02 +
Siren will not sound during alarm
Test Mode: Disarm Key flashes
A chime tone will sound when a device signal is
received
Test Mode
Enter PIN code + 03 +
Hold key 7 for 3 or more seconds: Test GSM
receiving signal strength
Hold key 8 for 3 or more seconds: Turn on / off the
Wireless Siren
Hold key 9 for 3 or more seconds: Test telephone
SMS
Press Disarm key to exit Test Mode
Open Door /
Window Alert
No delay: alarm will sound immediately without any preset delay
Enter PIN code + 15 + 0 +
Enter PIN code + 15 + 1 +
Security Mode 0
Sensor activated only when Fully arm
Sensor will not be activated in Partial Arm.
Security Mode 1
Sensor activated in both Fully arm and Partial Arm
Add Sensor
With Delay: alarm will sound after a preset Entry delay period
(up to 50
wireless
sensors)
Enter PIN code + 15 + 2 +
(Applies to
sensor type of
devices only)
Enter PIN code + 15 + 3 +
Security Mode 3
Sensor activated in both Fully arm and Partial Arm
Enter PIN code + 20 + 1 +
Security Mode 4
Sensor activated when Disarmed / Partial Armed /
Fully Armed and will cause an immediate alarm.
Note: Fire Sensors / Flood Sensors must choose
this Type (24 hours).
Delete all sensor zones
Enter PIN code + 20 + 1 +
Delete sensor
1-9 +
Delete sensor zone 1-9
Enter PIN code + 20 + 1 +
0+
Add Remote
keyfob
(up to 10
remote)
Delete all sensor zones after 10
Enter PIN code + 15 +
Same procedure for Remote keyfob, RFID Tag
and Keypad
Enter PIN code + 20 + 2 +
Delete all remote keyfobs
Enter PIN code + 20 + 2 +
Delete Remote
1-9 +
keyfob
Delete remote keyfob 1-9
Enter PIN code + 20 + 2 +
0+
Delete remote keyfob 10
Same procedure for Remote keyfob, RFID Tag
and Keypad
Delete all RFID tags
+
Delete RFID
Tags
Security Mode 2
Sensor activated only when Fully arm
Sensor will not be activated in Partial Arm
24Hr Intruder Mode : alarm will sound immediately even if disarm
Enter PIN code + 15 + 4 +
Add RFID
Enter PIN code + 15 +
Tags
(up to 50 tags)
Enter PIN code + 20 + 3
Enter PIN code + 20 + 3 +
Delete RFID tag 1-9
1-9 +
Enter PIN code + 20 + 3 +
Delete all RFID tags after 10
0+
Add wireless
keypad
Enter PIN code + 15 +
Delete
Wireless
keypad
Enter PIN code + 20 + 4
Same procedure for Remote keyfob, RFID Tag
and Keypad
Delete wireless keypad
+
Enter PIN code +
1. Put SE822 in binding mode.
2. Enter PIN code + DISARM key.
If SE822 fails to bind, repeat step 1 and 2 above.
Add indoor
siren SE822
Enter PIN code + 66 +
Add/Change
Host Number
Owner’s mobile Number +
+
The host number will receive a success
confirmation SMS.
This number will also be added into the list of
Alarm Voicecall number, Alarm SMS Phone
number and Speed Dial No. in Appendix B.
Appendix B: SMS commands
These are the type of SMS commands the alarm panel receives and its
confirmation message sent back to user.
Setup
Get Operation
Menu 1
Get Operation
Menu 2
Get Operation
Menu 3
SMS sent to
panel
Operation
SMS in Return
0 Disarm
1 Arm
2 Partial Arm
3 Two-way Talk
4 Listen In
00 System Status
? Phone Number Setup
#
?
5 Alarm Call Phone Number Set
6 Alarm SMS Phone Number Set
8 Speed Dial Phone Number Set
?? System Setup
??
91-99 Change Zone Name
10 Change RFID Tag Name
11 Enter & Exit Delay Time
12 Siren Volume
13 Siren Ring Time
Disarm
0
System Disarmed
Arm
1
System Armed
Partial
2
System Partial Armed
Two Way Talk
3
Call back from
alarm panel
Listen In
4
Call back from
alarm panel
System Status
Display
00
Get
Alarm Voicecall
Phone Number
(Note 6)
(Note 6)
System Disarmed/ System Armed/ System
Partial Armed
Entry & Exit Delay Time: xx Seconds
Siren Volume: Mute/Low/High
Siren Ringing Time: xx Minutes
Set
Alarm Voicecall
Phone Number
Get
Alarm SMS
Phone Number
Set
Alarm SMS
Phone Number
5
(Note1)
TEL:
1. 0932XXXXXX
2. 0922XXXXXX
3. 0928XXXXXX
4. 0965XXXXXX
5. 0932XXXXXX
6
(Note1)
SMS:
1. 0932XXXXXX
2. 0922XXXXXX
3. 0928XXXXXX
4. 0936XXXXXX
5. 0921XXXXXX
Get
Speed Dial No.
(5 sets)
8
(Note1)
Set
Speed Dial No.
(5 sets)
SPEEDDIAL
1. 0928XXXXXX
2. 0965XXXXXX
3. 022655XXXX
4. 0021626572XXXX
5. 08532XXXX
(Note 5)
TEL:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Use result from
Get command, do
Set Phone Number Successfully
SMS Forward->
Edit->Send back
(Note 5)
SMS:
1. 0932XXXXXX
2. 0922XXXXXX
3. 0928XXXXXX
4.
5.
Use result from
Get command, do
Set Phone Number Successfully
SMS Forward->
Edit->Send back
(Note 5)
SPEEDDIAL:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Use result from
Get command, do
SMS Forward->
Set Phone Number Successfully
Edit->Send back
Get
Zone 1 Name
Change
Zone 1 Name
Get
Zone 2 Name
Change
Zone 2 Name
91
Zone1 Name:
Entrance Door
Sensor1
92
Zone2 Name:
Entrance Door
Sensor2
(Note 2)
(Note5)
Zone1 Name:
Zone1
Use result from
Get command, do
Set Zone Name Successfully
SMS Forward->
Edit->Send back
Set
Siren Volume
(Note 2)
(Note5)
Get
Siren Alarm
Duration
Zone2 Name:
Zone2
Use result from
Get command, do
Set Zone Name Successfully
SMS Forward->
Edit->Send back
…same for Zone Names 3 ~ 9
Get
RFID Tag Names
Change RFID
Tag Names
Get
Entry Delay &
Exit Delay Time
Set
Entry Delay &
Exit Delay Time
10
Tag Names:
1. Jack
2. Daniel
3. Henry
4. Joe
11
Get
Siren Volume
(Note 2)
(Note5)
Tag Names:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Use result from
Get command, do
Set Tag Names Successfully
SMS Forward->
Edit->Send back
(Note 5)
Entry & Exit Delay Time(0-240 sec.):
15
Set
Siren Alarm
Duration
12
(Note 5)
Siren Volume (0 Mute, 1 Low, 2 High): 2
Use result from
Get command, do
Siren Volume (0
Set Siren Volume Successfully
Mute, 1 Low, 2 High): SMS Forward->
Edit->Send back
1
13
Siren ringing time
(1-9 minutes):
5
(Note 5)
Siren ringing time (1-9 minutes):
3
Use result from
Get command, do
SMS Forward->
Set Siren Time Successfully
Edit->Send back
Note1: Maximum length for telephone numbers is 20 digits. Only numbers 0 – 9 and
“,” can be used. For example, phone number 0222606868 with extensions
1234 will be input as: “0222606868,1,2,3,4”. If the length exceeds 20 digits,
only the first 20 digits will be saved while the rest will be deleted.
Note 2: Maximum length for Zone Names and Tag Names is 24 characters
(alphanumeric characters only). If the length exceeds 24 characters, only the
first 24 characters will be saved while the rest will be deleted.
Note 4: Do NOT add or delete spaces or other symbols, or change Title content, as
SMS configuration may fail if those are changed. For example, when setting
Zone1 Name, the zone name must be entered under Title (not after). Please
refer to the examples listed above.
Note 5: Only the host mobile phone number can use this SMS function.
Note 6:Two Way Talk and Listen In must be picked up within 25 seconds, or the host
will end the call. A failure SMS will be sent if call back is unsuccessful.
Entry & Exit Delay
Time
(0-240 sec.):
10
Use result from
Get command, do
Set Delay Time Successfully
SMS Forward->
Edit->Send back
Note 7: Send an SMS with content “???” from a host phone number to receive the
alarm panel model number and its software version.
Appendix C: SMS Alerts
Remote keyfob
Panic
List of SMS alert messages automatically sent by the alarm panel when
certain event occurs.
Events
AC Adaptor Power Off
(Note 1)
AC Adaptor Power On
(Note 1)
SMS sent to user
System AC Power Loss
Emergency help notify
Phone number invalid
Unauthorized Phone Number
SMS Command invalid
Requirements Not Allowed
Alarm call confirmed
The Phone Call Confirmed
Duress code
Duress code is sent
Anti-jamming
Signal has been jammed
System AC Power Return
Note 1: Backup battery must be attached.
Tag Disarmed
For Tag 1-Tag 4:
Send "Tag name"
For Other Tags:
Send "Tag xx "
Zone Trigger
For Zone 1-Zone 9:
Send "Zone name” is triggered
For Other Zones:
Send "Zone xx” is triggered
Zone Tamper
For Zone 1-Zone 9:
Send "Zone name” tamper is triggered
For Other Zones:
Send "Zone xx” is triggered
Zone Low Battery
For Zone 1-Zone 9:
Send "Zone name” battery is low
For Other Zones:
Send "Zone xx” battery is low
Console Tamper
Console tamper is triggered
Keypad Tamper
Keypad tamper is triggered
Panic initiated
from Alarm panel
Emergency help notify
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