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WT-9001 IP65 GSM Remote Control And Alarm System
WT-9001 IP65 GSM REMOTE CONTROL AND ALARM SYSTEM
WIRING DIAGRAM DESCRIPTION
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Example of Trigger Input Connections
Example of Controlling Output Connections
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PACKAGE CONTENTS
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IP65 Enclosure
WT-9001 Main Board with GSM Module mounted
Power Adapter
Battery Backup
GSM Antenna
LCD Display for Assisting in Programming
CONTENTS
1.
Introduction………………………………………………………………………………………………………………5
2.
Features………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………5
3.
Characteristic……………………………………………………………………………………………………………5
4.
Installation Instruction………………………………………………………………………………………………8
5.
WT-9001 IP65 Programming Instructions ………………………………………………………………11
6.
5.1
Programming the Administrator Numbers ……………………………………………………………………11
5.2
Access Control for Administrator……………………………………………………………………………………12
5.3
Output Settings………………………………………………………………………………………………………………12
5.4
Input Settings…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………14
5.5
Alarm Settings………………………………………………………………………………………………………………20
5.6
Miscellaneous Settings…………………………………………………………………………………………………23
5.7
Connecting the WT-9001 to the PC for Programming…………………………………………………..29
Technical Specifications……………………………………………………………………………………………30
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1.
INTRODUCTION
WITURA WT-9001 IP65 GSM Remote Control and Alarm System allow you to use your
mobile phone to monitor and control your business from any location. Its alarm facilities
provide a flexible way to distribute critical alarm information to any number of mobile
phone users.
More versatile than a pager system. WT-9001 IP65 provides detailed alarm messages,
secure alarm acceptance, full alarm reporting and even remote process control. This
allows user to rectify problems directly via their mobile phone within minutes of the
alarm occurring.
The WT-9001 IP65 can monitor 8 digital inputs. A SMS alarm message can be sent
when inputs exceed preset limits. The user can also interrogate the inputs through SMS
messaging. The WT-9001 IP65 also has 8 relay outputs which can be activated via
SMS and used to switch lamps, pumps, heaters etc. The WT-9001 IP65 is complete
with an LCD display, back up battery and built-in Quad-Band Modem.
2.
FEATURES
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More flexible than pager based systems
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Low set up and running costs
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Faster response to alarms and process disturbances
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Allows reduced manning levels
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Increased freedom of movements for users
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Reduces wasted traveling time responding to alarm events
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Provides more detailed information
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Easier monitoring of remote process
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Allows full remote control
3.
CHARACTERISTIC
WT-9001 is a versatile SMS alert device suited for most monitoring needs. It is simple
to use yet is packed with powerful functionalities to meet a wide ranging industrial and
commercial and residential applications
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3.1
Standalone Operation
Housed in the weather and desk proof IP 65 enclosure complete with internal industrial
modem, monitoring controller and flexible operating firmware. It is very easy to setup,
install and use.
3.2
8 Digital Inputs
Most equipment today does provide some form of alerting signal to interface to
monitoring devices from reporting of various malfunction or abnormalities. There are
various kinds of signal that the equipment can send out, most common of which are
opening or closure of one or more switch relay contact. UPS usually provide signals such
as incoming power fail, battery mode, battery level low, and switchover failure. An air
conditioner system may provide signals such as system on/ off, compressor over
temperature, low gas pressure, etc.
Equipments to be monitored are connected to WT-9001 using these alarm signaling
contacts. WT-9001 keeps a constant watch over all the contacts. Whenever any contact
input changes status (either from a close to open or from an open state to close state) it
is captured by WT-9001. It will then process the input according to the configuration
provided by the user. The correct SMS messages will be sent to 20 mobile phone users.
WT-9001 is so fast in capturing the change of status of any signaling contacts that no
event will be missed out up to 8 inputs can be monitored directly. The flexibility of WT9001 is in allowing remote query of input status using SMS.
To change contacting mobile phone number is also very easy. Authorize personal
remotely using SMS command to add, change or delete mobile phone number in WT9001.
3.3
8 Digital Outputs
WT-9001 is a 2 way device. Besides monitoring inputs and act upon such inputs it also
allow mobile phone users to compose SMS messages to it. When WT-9001 receives any
SMS, it will look its memory bank to see what it is supposed to do and action according.
No action SMS are ignored.
Up to 8 relays can turned on and off by messages received from mobile phone. Creating
action messages are done with the same ease as that of input monitoring
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3.4
Querying Inputs And Outputs Status
Authorized groups can also query the status of an input or output. This is very useful
feature to determine the present status of an input or output. The enquirer need not
wait for an alarm to happen in order to receive the given I/O status.
3.5
Turning On/ Off Device Remotely
Authorized users can send a SMS command to trigger on or off the digital output. Upon
receiving the command, WT-9001 will perform the instructed action. After the on or off
action is done, it will send a reply to the querying mobile phone as an acknowledgement,
There are 8 digital output that can be independently controlled.
3.6
Remote Editing Of Mobile Phone Numbers
WT-9001 has a feature to allow user to remotely add, change or delete any mobile
phone numbers in WT-9001 memory.
Re-assigning of operation personnel, a change of mobiles phone number is also common.
Rather than having to physically go to the installation site with a notebook computer, the
authorized personnel can perform the change from anywhere using mobile phone. Where
there are many installed sites, this feature saves time and afford.
3.7
System Check
Authorized mobile phone group can perform system check by sending a command to
WT-9001. If WT-9001 is switched on or working normally, it will reply to the querying
number.
3.8
GSM Modem
Integral to the design of WT-9001 is a GSM 850/900/1800/1900mhz Industrial
grade modem. Its capabilities and performance are highly optimized by the operating
firmware. Any change in the GSM signal and receiving conditions are detected quickly
and the software automatically takes care of signal errors
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3.9
Reliable Performance
Besides running the necessary program to perform all the required functions, WT-9001
has diagnostic routines running alongside. Being a monitoring device, WT-9001 must
have a very high operating reliability and stability. Every section of WT-9001 is
monitoring each other. Should the modem fail to perform its required role, the controller
will interrogate and restart the modem.
3.10
Application
For monitoring and remote control of equipments and machines that are able to provide
dry contract signals. 8 digital outputs with pulse functions extend control functions.
Suitable for door access control, On/Off equipment remotely, resetting of Routers,
Network switches etc. Some application examples are: Machines, Standby Power Generator, Electrical Panels, Pumps, Uninterruptable Power
Supplies, DC rectifier systems, Vending Machines, Fire Alarm Panels, Gas Monitoring
Systems, ATM Machines, Security Systems, Fishery, Cold rooms, HVAC systems, Door
Security, Network equipment and more.
4.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION
Note: It is essential that you read the step by step instructions fully prior to installing
and programming the unit
4.1
Screw off the Front Case of WT-9001 IP65 Main Unit
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4.2
Installing the Components: Antenna, LCD, Power Supply & SIM Card
Installing the SIM Card
Note: Installing the SIM Card. Please be sure the initial 4 digit PIN code of SIM card is
disabled. This can be done by placing it in an unlocked Mobile phone and first checking if
the SIM requested any PIN code. If this is the case the PIN code can be disabled using
the security settings on the phone. The WT-9001 identifies only 3V SIM Card.
Proceed as follows
1. Slide back the SIM door and lift it up
2. Slide the SIM card into the SIM door making sure that the clipped corner of the SIM
card lines up with the clipped corner of the SIM holder
3. Close the SIM door
4. Slide the SIM door to lock the SIM card in place
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You should install the WT-9001 in a place where there is GSM signal coming from the
operator you want to use. Check it with a phone before proceeding with the installation.
If you need to install the device in a place with little signal, you may consider using an
external antenna that we may supply as an option to be purchased separately with 5m
cable.
4.3
System Start Up
Once the WT-9001 GSM Intercom is turned on, you shall be able to see the system start
up on the LCD screen as shown below…
Settings: >>>>
The system is searching for network…
Search
Wait…
Once the network is found, it will display OK
Search
OK
Attention: If the system doesn’t shows OK when searching the network, it could be the
SIM card not properly installed. Turn off the unit and check the SIM card, when it is
properly seated in place then reboot the system.
When the system is ready to use it will shows
Signal
WT-9001
Power
Battery
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5.
WT-9001 IP65 PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS (via SMS Only)
You can program the WT-9001 via SMS commands using your phone. Any programming
command sent by SMS must be in CAPITAL letters. The fields between square brackets
are parameters; do NOT enter the square brackets. When you send a command, you will
receive the answer for the first time even if your GSM number is not in the administrator
list. This happens because the WT-9001 recognizes any GSM number as administrator
and answers to it.
Attention: Please program the WT-9001 unit systematically begin with programming the
administrator number.
5.1
Programming the Administrator Number
The 20 administrator numbers can be programmed with a text command via SMS.
Text Command:
*TEL[N]#XXXXXXXXXX
N stands for administrator number 1 - 20
XXXXXXXXXX stands for the phone number you want to program as administrator.
Please note that it is possible to program up to a maximum of 16 digits for a phone
number.
Example:
To program phone number 1111222233 as administrator into list number 1, you would
send the following SMS command to the unit.
*TEL1#1111222233
When the WT-9001 received the message, the LCD will display…
WT-9001
Message
received
After the SMS command has been processed, the message icon will disappear and the
system will shows “OK” indicate the setting has changed.
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OK
WT-9001
And then the WT-9001 will reply a message back to you that the administrator number
has been added.
Example of Returned Message:
TEL1=1111222233
Note: Programming the administrator numbers is necessary in order to operate all other
functions and to receive text alerts when the relays activated.
5.2
Access Control For Administrator
Note: It is advised that the owner should set the system to allow programming
access for administrators only after programming the Administrator numbers.
Sending SMS Command: *ANY?#1
Only the administrators in the list will have the access control to the system, any person
outside the list in this case will not have the authority to access the system and text
command sent to the system will be rejected.
To allow any person gain access to the system just send SMS Command: *ANY?#0
Note: Only Administrator number 1 and 2 may send this SMS command
5.3
OUTPUT Settings
The WT-9001 has 8 outputs that are connected to an on-board relay which can be
activated by sending an SMS command.
5.3.1 Switch On the Output Relay For a Specific Time
To activate any output relay, you can send a text command via SMS specifying the
output number and the number of seconds the output should stay on to the unit. It is
possible to set up to maximum of 65,535 seconds
Text Command:
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*RLY[N]#XXXXX
N stands for Output number 1 - 8
XXXXX stands for 5 digits value: The number of seconds
Example:
To turn on the output relay number 5 for 1 hour, you can send the following text
message to the unit.
*RLY5#03600
Example of Returned Message:
RELAY5=03600
Note: Sending the following SMS Message to unit will switch off the relay
*RLY5#00000
5.3.2 Switch Multiple Outputs Relays to Stay On
To activate multiple output relays to stay on, you can send a text command via SMS
specifying the output number that should stay on to the unit.
Text Command:
*RLNU#XXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXX stands for 8 digits value: ON (1) or OFF (0) for the 8 Outputs
Example:
To switch on the output relay number 5, 6, 7, 8, you can send the following text
message to the unit.
*RLNU#00001111
Sending the following SMS Message to unit would mean all the relays will be switched
off.
*RLNU#00000000
The 1 indicates the ON command and the 0 (zero) indicates the OFF command
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5.3.3 Setting the Recipient of Relay Off Alert
The unit can generate text alerts to all 20 of the administrator’s Mobile phone numbers
when the relay has turned off. To set the administrator to receive this alert, you would
send the following commands by SMS message to the unit.
Text Command:
*RETR#X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X;
X stands for position for 1 - 20 administrators with function value: 0 (OFF), 1 – 9
(number of text alerts)
Example:
To program the unit to generate 2 SMS to administrators 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 1 SMS to the
rest, you would send the following SMS message to the unit.
*RETR#2,2,2,2,2,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1;
Example of Returned Message:
RETR=2,2,2,2,2,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1;
5.4
INPUT SETTINGS
One of the most important functions of WT-9001 is to receive alarms. In order to use
this function, you must turn on the function of the inputs and tell the WT-9001 which are
the recipient numbers and who should receive the alert message for the particular input.
5.4.1 Turn On the Function of Inputs
To turn on the function of input, you can send the following commands by SMS message
to the unit.
Text Command:
*CTR[N]#X
N stands for number 1 - 8 of Input
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
Example:
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To turn on input number 1, you can send the following text message to the unit.
*CTR1#1
Sending the following SMS Message to unit would mean input 1 will be turned off
*CTR1#0
The 1 indicates the ON command and the 0 (zero) indicates the OFF command
5.4.2 Setting the Alert Message Recipients
Every input can generate text alerts to all 20 of the administrator’s Mobile phone
numbers and this function can be changed at any time by sending the following
commands by SMS message to the unit.
Text Command:
*RER[N]#X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X;
N stands for input number 1 - 8
X stands for position for 1 - 20 administrators with function value: 0 (OFF), 1 – 9
(number of text alerts)
Example 1:
Any alarm coming from Input 1 will generate 2 SMS to administrators 1, 2, 3 and 1 SMS
to the rest, you would send the following SMS message to the unit.
*RER1#2,2,2,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1;
Example of Returned Message:
RER1=2,2,2,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1;
Example 2:
Any alarm coming from Input 2 will generate 3 SMS to administrator 1, 2 SMS to
administrator 2, 3, 4 and 5, no SMS to the rest, you would send the following SMS
message to the unit.
*RER2#3,2,2,2,2,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0;
Example of Returned Message:
RER2=3,2,2,2,2,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0;
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5.4.3 Editing the Input Alert Message For (When Input gets High Pulse)
The Input Alert Message can be edited and programmed up to 100 characters long. You
can change the displayed text by sending the following commands by SMS message to
the unit. Note: Only support normal abc/ABC English text, no special characters.
Text Command:
*STR[N]#XXXXX…
N stands for number 1 - 8 of Input
XXXXX… stands for the display text that you want to program
Example:
If you want the alert message to display “Garage Opened!” when input 1 triggered;
you would send the following SMS message to the unit.
*STR1#Garage Opened!
5.4.4 Editing the Input Alert Message For (When Input returned to Normal)
The Input Alert Message can be edited and programmed up to 100 characters long. You
can change the displayed text by sending the following commands by SMS message to
the unit. Note: Only support normal abc/ABC English text, no special characters.
Text Command:
*STO[N]#XXXXX…
N stands for number 1 - 8 of Input
XXXXX… stands for the display text that you want to program
Example:
If you want the alert message to display “Garage Closed!” when input 1 triggered; you
would send the following SMS message to the unit.
*STO1#Garage Closed!
5.4.5 Setting the Counter Alert Value For Inputs
An alert message will be sent when the increment of alarm counter reaches the alert
value (Default: 500). It is possible to set the alert value up to maximum value of
65535 times. To set the counter alert value of input, you can send the following
commands by SMS message to the unit.
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Text Command:
*COA[N]#XXXXX
N stands for number 1 - 8 of Input
XXXXX stands for 5 digits value: The number of times
Example:
Assume that you want it to send a counter alert message each time the input 1 has
triggered for 5 times, you would send the following SMS message to the unit.
*COA1#00005
5.4.6 Setting the Feature Of Input
All inputs can be programmed to behave differently, it can count the input active high
pulses, generate an alarm message or activate relay. To program the input, you can
send the following commands by SMS message to the unit.
Text Command:
*CTC[N]#F
N stands for number 1 - 8 of Input
F stands for input function 1 - 16
Function Descriptions
Function 1:
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Function as pulse counter
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Generates an alert message once alarm counter reached the alert value
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Audible alarm will sound once alarm counter reached the alert value (if the
alarm function is turned on (*ALM[N]#1))
*
For more details on function *ALM[N]# please refer to Alarm Settings on page
Function 2:
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Function as pulse counter

Activate the output relay number (according to which input number
applied) to stay on

Generates an alert message once alarm counter reaches the alert value

Audible alarm will sound once alarm counter reached the alert value (if the
alarm function is turned on (*ALM[N]#1))
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Function 3:
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Function as pulse counter
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Activate the output relay number (according to which input number
applied) to stay on

Sends a programmable input alert message (*STR[N]#) once input triggered

Generates an alert message once alarm counter reached the alert value

Audible alarm will sound once alarm counter reached the alert value (if the
alarm function is turned on (*ALM[N]#1))
Function 4:
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Function as pulse counter

Activate the output relay number (according to which input number
applied) for 2 second and off

Generates an alert message once alarm counter reaches the alert value

Audible alarm will sound once alarm counter reached the alert value (if the
alarm function is turned on (*ALM[N]#1))
Function 5:
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Activates the output relay number (according to which input number
applied) with functions of *PWT[N]# and *PWK[N]#

Generates a programmable input alert message (*STR[N]#) once input
triggered
*
For more details on functions of *PWT[N]# and *PWK[N]# please refer to
Miscellaneous Settings on page
Function 6:
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Function as pulse counter

Activates the output relay number (according to which input number
applied) with functions of *PWT[N]# and *PWK[N]#

Generates an alert message once alarm counter reaches the alert value

Audible alarm will sound once alarm counter reached the alert value (if the
alarm function is turned on (*ALM[N]#1))
*
For more details on functions of *PWT[N]# and *PWK[N]# please refer to
Miscellaneous Settings on page
Function 7:
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Generates a programmable input alert message (*STR[N]#) once input triggered
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Function 8:
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Function as pulse counter

Generates a programmable input alert message (*STR[N]#) once input triggered

Generates a programmable input alert message (*STO[N]#) once input returned
to normal

Audible alarm will sound when input return to normal
Function 9:
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Function as pulse counter

Switch off output relay 1
Function 10:

Function as pulse counter

Switch off output relay 2
Function 11:

Function as pulse counter

Switch off output relay 3
Function 12:

Function as pulse counter

Switch off output relay 4
Function 13:
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Function as pulse counter

Switch off output relay 5
Function 14:
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Function as pulse counter

Switch off output relay 6
Function 15:
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Function as pulse counter
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Switch off output relay 7
Function 16:
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Function as pulse counter
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Switch off output relay 8
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Note: It is required to reset the Counter Alert Value (*CLA#) each time you change the
input function. For more details please refer to page 24
5.5
ALARM SETTINGS
5.5.1 Turning the Audible Siren Functions On/Off When Inputs Triggered
The system has the function to sound the connected audible siren when input triggered.
This output is available on the connection PIN3 and ground on the main board. To turn
On/Off this function, you can send the following SMS command to the unit.
Text Command:
*ALM[N]#X
N stands for Input number 1 – 8
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
When *ALM1#1 is applied, means audible alarm will sound when Input 1 triggered.
When *ALM1#0 (Default) is applied, means audible alarm will not sound when Input 1
triggered.
5.5.2 Setting the Alarm Time For Audible Alarm (Default: 600 seconds)
The alarm siren can be set to determine how long the siren will remain active and this
can be done by sending the following SMS command to the unit.
Text Command:
*ALTM#XXXXX
XXXXX stands for 5 digits value: The number of seconds (00000-65535)
Example:
When *ALTM#03600 is applied, means the audible alarm will sound for 1 hour when
triggered
5.5.3 Power Down Alarm
The system has the function to send a text alert and also sound the audible siren in the
event the main power is lost and the system is relying on battery back up.
It is also possible to activate and deactivate this function by sending the unit an SMS
Message.
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Text Command:
*ALAC#X
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
When ever the *ALAC#1 command is activated and the power down alarm is on any of
the Administrators programmed to receive text alerts, will receive the following
messages from the unit in the event of power down and also when power is restored.
Power down and text alert received: ACP-OFF
Power restored and text alert received: ACP-ON
5.5.4 Setting the Recipient of AC Failure Alert
Whenever there is power failure, the unit can generate text alerts to all 20 of the
administrator’s Mobile phone numbers. To set the administrator to receive this alert, you
would send the following commands by SMS message to the unit.
Text Command:
*REAC#X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X;
X stands for position for 1 - 20 administrators with function value: 0 (OFF), 1 – 9
(number of text alerts)
Example:
To generate 2 SMS to administrators 1, 2, 3 and 1 SMS to the rest when AC failure, you
would send the following SMS message to the unit.
*REAC#2,2,2,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1;
Example of Returned Message:
REAC=2,2,2,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1;
5.5.5 Anti-Theft Feature
The system has an anti-theft function that can used to detect the person who hijacks the
WT-9001 device. It allows the owner to identify the hijacker’s SIM Card number by
sending a warning message to the programmed owner’s number when the SIM card has
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been switched. To activate and also deactivate this function, you can send the following
SMS command to the unit.
Text Command:
*ANTH#X
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
When *ANTH#1 is applied, means it will alert the owner by sending a warning message
when the SIM Card has been changed.
When *ANTH#0 (Default) is applied, means this function is turned off.
Alert message received: WARNING! SIM Card Has Been Changed On WT-9001
5.5.6 Setting the Recipient of Anti-Theft Alert
With Anti-Theft function turned on, it can generate text alerts to all 20 of the
administrator’s Mobile phone numbers whenever the SIM card has changed. To set the
administrator to receive this alert, you would send the following commands by SMS
message to the unit.
Text Command:
*REAT#X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,X;
X stands for position for 1 - 20 administrators with function value: 0 (OFF), 1 – 9
(number of text alerts)
Example:
When SIM card has been changed, it will generate 3 SMS to administrators 1, 2, 3 and 1
SMS to the rest, you would send the following SMS message to the unit.
*REAT#3,3,3,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1;
Example of Returned Message:
REAT=3,3,3,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1;
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MISCELLANEOUS SETTINGS
5.6.1 Inquire All Programmed Administrator Numbers
To check all the administrator number in the list, simply send the following SMS
command.
Text Command:
*ADM?#
5.6.2 Inquire the Status of Inputs
To check input status, you can send the following SMS command.
Text Command:
*CTR?#
5.6.3 Reading Counter Alert Value Of Inputs
It is possible read all the counter alert value of inputs by sending the following SMS
command to the unit.
Send the following SMS Command:
*COA?#
5.6.4 Reading the Alarm Time Value
It is possible to read the alarm time value by sending the following SMS command to the
unit.
Send the following SMS Command:
*ALT?#
5.6.5 Reading the Total Increment Counter Value
To read the total increment counter value, you can send the following SMS message to
the unit.
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Text Command:
*COU?#
5.6.6 Reading the Sub Increment Counter Value
To read the sub increment counter value, you can send the following SMS message to
the unit.
Text Command:
*COT?#
Note: The sub increment counter value will be reset automatically each time the alarm
counter reached the alert value.
5.6.7 Reset the Total Increment Counter Value
To reset the total counter value, you can send the following SMS message to the unit.
Text Command:
*CLA[N]#
N stands for Input number 1 – 8
Example:
When *CLA1# is applied, means the total increment counter value will be reset
5.6.8 Sound the Audible Alarm Manually
It is possible to sound the alarm manually by sending the following SMS command to the
unit, which remain active for the period of time set.
Text Command:
*ALNF#X
X stands for ON (1) or OFF (0) value
When *ALNF#1 is applied, means audible alarm will sound.
When *ALNF#0 (Default) is applied, means audible alarm will turn off.
5.6.9
Checking Signal Strength
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To check the signal strength (0-31), you would send the following SMS command to the
unit.
Text Command:
*CSQ?#
5.6.10 Checking the System is Operating Correctly
It is possible to check the system is operating correctly by sending the following SMS
command to the unit.
Text Command:
*TEST#
When the unit replies TEST-OK indicate the unit is operating correctly.
Note: If you receive no reply then unit is not working
5.6.11 Setting the Password for Reset Command
To setup a password for reset command, you can send the following SMS command
to the unit.
Text Command:
*PAWO#XXXXXX
XXXXXX stands for 6 digits password: 123456 (Default)
Example:
To change the password to 654321, you would send the following SMS command to
the unit.
*PAWO#654321
5.6.12 Reset the WT-9001 (Method 1)
To reset the unit, you can send the following SMS command to the unit.
Text Command:
*REST#XXXXXX
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XXXXXX stands for 6 digits password based on *PAWO# (Default: 123456) and it
can be changed anytime.
5.6.13 Reset the WT-9001 (Method 2)
To reset the unit using this method, you will need to give a pulse at the input 1 by
supplying a DC 12 – 40V and turn on the unit.
Once turn on, the LCD displays…
Pulse Counter
REST>>?
00 00
Timer
At this time, the timer will start and you will need to trigger the input for 5 times (by
disconnecting the DC voltage at the input and connect it again X5) within 8 seconds.
REST>>?
05 08
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REST-D
Wait…
REST-D
OK
The unit is reset successfully.
5.6.14 Setting the Function of Opening & Closing time for Output Relay
The system has the function to activate the relay for a specific time and then be
deactivated for a specific time in a repeating process. To set the opening & closing time
of the relays, you can send the following SMS command to the unit. Note: This function
only applied in input function 5 and 6.
Text Command for Opening time:
*PWT[N]#XXXXX
N stands for Output number 1 – 8
XXXXX stands for 5 digits value: The number of seconds
Text Command for Closing time:
*PWK[N]#XXXXX
N stands for Output number 1 – 8
XXXXX stands for 5 digits value: The number of seconds
Example:
Opening time of output 1 is set as 1 minute (*PWT1#00060) and the Closing time as 5
seconds (*PWK1#00005) and function 5 is applied on Input 1. When input 1 triggered,
output relay 1 will be activated for 1 minute and close for 5 seconds and then back on
for 1 minute and close again for 5 seconds and will keep on repeating the process until
the command *RLY1#00000 or *RLNU#00000000 is issued.
5.6.15 Auto Restart System
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The WT-9001 can continuously monitor the system status of its own. When there is a
problem with system operation or the module is not working properly, it will restart
the system automatically to avoid the unit stopped working permanently. If the
system failed to respond within 15 – 30 seconds, it will restart the system.
5.6.16 Setting the Output Relays to Supply Voltage or use Dry Contact when
Activated
To set the output relays to supply DC voltage when activated, please adjust the jumper
according to the below diagram
Note: The Relays will supply DC voltage only according to the output DC voltage of adapter used.
To set the output relays to dry contact (Default) when activated, please adjust the
jumper according to the below diagram
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5.6.17 Checking the Software and Hardware Version of WT-9001
To check the software and hardware version of WT-9001, you would send the following
SMS command to the unit.
Text Command:
*EDI?#
Example of Returned Message:
Software release time:<WT-9001>2009/6/02/01:40HW:1.8SW1.0MW1.0
5.7
CONNECTING THE WT-9001 TO THE PC FOR PROGRAMMING
The WT-9001 can be program with the provided programmer software. To do so the
WT-9001 unit must be turned on and connected to the computer’s COM port with the
provided RS-232 cable as shown below.
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For software programming details please refer to the WT-9001 Programmer Guide.
6. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Item
Description
Model
WT-9001
Operating Voltage
15VDC, 2W
No of Inputs
8 Digital protected Inputs
No of Outputs
8 Relay Outputs - 1A/250 ACV, 1A/48 DCV
Communication Port
GSM Modem
Quad Band 850/900/ 1800/ 1900mhz
Humidity
Less Than 80% RH
Operating Temperature
0°C to 55°C
Physical size
225 x 186 x 70 mm
Weight
1.5KG
Security Features
Password protected access and phone number checks
System Health Check
Remote health check feature via SMS
Indicators
Power, Telco Network, Signal Low, Other error
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Repeat SMS of alarms
User configurable
I/O Interface
3.8mm pitch pluggable screw terminal block
Remote event log
Yes
Output pulse capability
Yes
Display
Dot-Matrix LCD with back light, 16 characters x 2 line
WARRANTY
Witura Corporation Sdn Bhd guarantees all WT-9001 IP65 GSM Remote Control And
Alarm System against defective parts and workmanship for 1-year warranty. Witura
Corporation Sdn Bhd shall, at its option, repair or replace the defective equipment upon
the return of such equipment to any Witura branch. This warranty applies ONLY to
defects in components and workman-ship and NOT to damage due to causes beyond the
control of Witura, such as incorrect voltage, lightning damage, mechanical shock, water
damage, fire damage, or damage arising out of abuse and improper application of the
equipment.
Note: Wherever possible, return only the PCB to Witura Service Centres. DO NOT
return the enclosure.
The WT-9001 IP65 is a product of Witura Corporation Sdn Bhd and is manufactured by
Shenzhen Witura Telecommunications Co., Ltd.
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