E18SGGSMTV Manual
E18SGGSMTV
GSM Text and Voice Module
Quick Guide
Safety Instructions
Please read the following safety guidelines prior to installation:
• The SmartGuard GSM contains an integrated radio transceiver operating in GSM 850/900/1800/1900
MHz bands.
• Do not install the system where it can interfere with other devices or cause any potential danger.
• Do not mount the system next to medical equipment or medical devices.
• Do not use the system in hazardous environments.
• Do not expose the system to high humidity or in chemical environments.
• The system must only be installed by a qualified engineer.
• Any system repairs must be done only by qualified engineer.
• The system must be powered by 10-24V AC or 10-24V DC.
The WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) marking on this product or its documentation
indicates that in the EU the product must not be disposed of together with household waste.
Electrical & Mechanical Specifications
Supply voltage
10-24V 50Hz ~ 200mA max / 10-24V 200mA max
Current used in standby mode
50mA max
GSM modem frequency
850/900/1800/1900 MHz
Number of “low” level (negative) inputs
4
Number of “high” level (positive) inputs
1
Allowable „low“ level (negative) input values
Voltage: 0... 1.6V; current: -0.8... -0.4mA
Allowable „high“ level (negative) input values
Voltage: 5... 50V; current: 0.17.... 1.7mA
Number of outputs
1
Output type
NO (relay)
Relay output maximum commutating values
24V 1A / 24V 50Hz ~0,5A
Dimensions
82x63x20mm
Operating temperature range
-20…+55oC (-30...+55oC with limitations)
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Components & Connections
Brief explanation of components
GSM MODEM GSM network 850/900/1800/1900 MHz modem
SIM CARD
SIM card
LED
Light-emitting diodes indicator
DEFAULT
Connectors (D1 and D2) for restoring default settings
ANT
GSM antenna SMA type connector
USB
Mini USB connector
F1
Fuse
Connections
AC /DC
Power supply pins
RELAY
Dry relay contact. Normally open (NO)
COM
Common pin
Z5
“Low” level input Z5
Z4
“Low“ level input Z4
Z3
“Low” level input Z3
Z2
“High” level input Z2
Z1
“Low” level input Z1
LED Status Information
LED 1 – SIM Card Status
LED 2 – Network Condition
LED
Status
OFF
SIM card is working properly
ON
SIM card error
LED
Status
OFF
No network connection
Blinking 3 times per second Poor network connection
Blinking 1 time per second
Medium network connection
ON
Excellent network connection
Wiring Diagram
1. Make sure that SIM card PIN code is disabled. PIN code can be
disabled by putting SIM card into a mobile phone
2. Insert the SIM card into the holder.
3. Terminate the Inputs and Output connections first before adding
power.
4. The system will start in less than a minute.
5. LED2 indicator should flash or will be ON indicating connection to
the GSM Network.
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Please Note:
• The Underscore symbol ‘_’ in this manual is used to represent a space. When writing SMS messages,
every underscore symbol = space.
• XXXX – is the password. The default password is 0000
1. Selecting the LANGUAGE
Please set the language in which the device communicates with the user.
If English is required please send the following SMS message:
EN
After 30-60 seconds you will get an SMS message: “English language confirmed.“
2. Setting the PASSWORD
The default password is four zeros 0000.
To change the password please send the following SMS message:
XXXX _PSW_YYYY
XXXX = Existing Password
YYYY = New Password
3. Setting the DATE & TIME on the SmartGuard GSM
XXXX_MMMM.mn.dd_hr:mi
MMMM is Year, mn is month, dd is date, hr is hour, mi is minute
Example:
XXXX_2012.06.03_14:15
4. Programming the User Numbers on the SmartGuard GSM
The SmartGuard GSM allows up to five different mobile numbers that will have access to and control the
system. You must add one number for the system to work.
Example:To add 5 users to the system
XXXX_NR1:353860480767_NR2:353868363887_NR3:353868100523_NR4:353866000394_NR5:353860
491901
Example: How to change User 3
XXXX_NR3:353868551118
To Confirm Numbers Programmed
Send the following text
XXXX_HELPNR
The system will reply will all the numbers programmed.
To Delete numbers
Example: How to delete User 3.
XXXX_NR3:DEL
Please Note: The system will not allow you to erase the first number NR1. NR1 can only be modified.
5. Renaming the Alarm, Restore and Output Text on the SmartGuard GSM
Default Names: Zone1—Zone 5, OUTPUT1
Note: At Default If Z1 zone was triggered, the system sends an SMS message with the text: Zone1
Notes: _ = a space
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XXXX – is the password (the default password is 0000)
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Alarm text changes are made by sending the following SMS message:
Example
XXXX_Z1:Intruder_Alarm;Z2:Fire_Alarm;
A maximum of 24 characters (including spaces) can be used for each zone.
Default Restore Names: Zone1Restore
Alarm Restore Text changes are made by sending the following SMS message:
Example
XXXX_ZR1:NewRestoreText;ZR2:NewRestoreText;ZR3:NewRestoreText;ZR4:NewRestoreText;ZR5:NewR
estoreText;
The Output name can be changed by sending the following SMS message:
Example
XXXX_C1:GATE
6. Enabling/Disabling Zones on the SmartGuard GSM
At default all zones are enabled.
Example to Enable Zones
XXXX_Z1:ON;Z2:ON;
Example on how to Disable Zones
XXXX_Z1:OFF; Z2:OFF;
7. Reading the Status of The SmartGuard SMS
To view the signal strength and the status of the zones send the following SMS message:
XXXX_INFO
The reply SMS will have following info:
2012.06.07 11:15
Signal strength satisfactory.
Z1:OK/Z2:OKZ3:OKZ4:OKZ5:ALARM
To disable periodic status messages send the following SMS message:
XXXX_INFO:00.00
8. Blocking Unregistered Numbers
By default SmartGuard GSM can be controlled from any of the pre-programmed numbers (NR1-NR5)
You can also allow access to any number and not just the numbers stored. To access the GSM the
password must be known
To enable this feature send the following SMS message:
XXXX_STR:ON
To disable this feature send the following SMS message:
XXXX_STR:OFF
Notes: _ = a space
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XXXX – is the password (the default password is 0000)
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9. Output Control
The SmartGuard GSM has an onboard output. It can be used to control various electrical devices such as
gates, heating, lighting etc.
The output can be turned on by sending the following SMS message:
XXXX_C1:ON
The output is turned off by sending the following SMS message:
XXXX_C1:OFF
If the output is renamed you can also text the outputs name
XXXX_GATE:ON
10. Timed Output Control
To trigger the output for a timed period please send the following message.
XXXX_C1:ON/OFF:hh.mm.ss
hh – hours, valid values [00-23] mm – minutes, valid values [00-59] ss - seconds,
Example:
XXXX_C1:ON:02.30.00
Output 1 on for 2 hours and 30 minutes.
Please note that the maximum value is 23hrs:59mins: 59 secs
11. SMS Message Delivery to All Users
When an input is triggered, SMS messages are sent.
The system starts with NR1 and if delivery fails, it follows with NR2 etc.
You can also configure the system that it sends SMS message to all programmed users at once.
To enable this function send the following SMS message:
XXXX_SMSALL:ON
To disable this function send the following SMS message:
XXXX_SMSALL:OFF
12. Calling All Users
When an input is triggered, The SmartGuard GSM will start calling the user numbers. The system starts
with NR1 and if the user is out of coverage or does not answer, it follows with NR2 etc.
You can configure the system that it makes a call to all programmed users.
To enable this function send the following SMS message:
XXXX_CALLALL:ON
To disable this function send the following SMS message:
XXXX_CALLALL:OFF
Note: The SmartGuard Configuration Tool is required for programming Audio
Alarm Messages.
Notes: _ = a space
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XXXX – is the password (the default password is 0000)
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible reason
Indicator is off or not blinking
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no external power supply
circuit not properly connected
• blown fuse
• no network signal
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Indicator blinking several times per
second
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SIM card is not inserted
PIN code hasn’t been disabled
• SIM card not active
System does not send any SMS
messages and/or does not ring
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Received SMS message “Incorrect
Format”
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No sound while listening to remote
microphone
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While listening to remote microphone
outside noise heard
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SIM card account depleted
incorrect SIM central number
• no network signal
• user number is not programmed (or disabled access from
unknown numbers)
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incorrect syntax
extra space symbol left in SMS message
microphone not connected
microphone connection incorrect
Change the position of the microphone or its lead in respect
of system panel
To Default the SmartGuard GSM Text & Voice Module
Remove Power and the USB connection
Make a short circuit on connectors D1 and D2
• Reconnect the power for 5 seconds
• Remove the power
• Remove the short circuit on connectors D1 and D2
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SmartGuard Configuration Tool Software.
Please note that all configuration settings can be programmed using the SmartGuard Configuration Tool
Software. This software can be loaded on a PC and connected to the SmartGuard GSM by a USB lead.
This software will allow you to program additional features, for example mapping numbers per input/
recording voice messages.
This software can be downloaded from www.rspl.ie
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