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EPIR2
GSM Alarm System
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Valid for EPIR2 v1.01.11 and up
(later referred to as ‘the EPIR2’, ‘the system’, ‘the device’ ‘the unit’ or ‘the detector’)
Please read and follow these safety guidelines to safeguard yourself and others:
• DO NOT use the system where it can interfere with other devices - such as medical devices
• The alarm system radio transceiver operates in the GSM850, GSM900, GSM1800 and
GSM1900 bands
• DO NOT use the system in hazardous environments
• DO NOT expose the system to high humidity, chemical environments or mechanical impact
• DO NOT attempt to repair the system yourself - any repairs must be carried out by fully qualified personnel only
The EPIR2 comes with its own power supply unit so you can plug it in straight away.
The unit is not meant for outdoor use, i.e. you should use it inside a building and the
power supply must be plugged into a standard Euro 2-pin socket or UK 3-pin socket
(depending on the version you have bought). The main circuit should be protected by
short circuit or over-current protection.
Please use the power supply unit which comes with your EPIR2, as it meets the EN
60950-1 standard. Any additional device you connect to the system, such as a computer, must also be powered by an EN 60950-1 approved supply.
Disconnect the mains power before installing. Never install or carry out maintenance
during stormy weather. The electric socket that powers the system must be easily
accessible. In case of power cut, the system is powered by a back-up battery.
WARNING: Only use the approved 8.4V 250mAh rechargeable Ni-Mh 6HR61
(IEC)/7.2H5 (ANSI/NEDA) back-up battery with the system to avoid fire or explosion.
Take care when connecting positive and negative battery terminals.
To switch the system off, unplug the external electric power supply and disconnect
the battery by first removing the front cover of the device. A blown fuse cannot be
replaced by the user. The replacement fuse has to be of the kind indicated by the
manufacturer (fuse F1 type – C1S 2.5A).
If you use a computer to select your ideal settings, it must be earthed.
The WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) symbol on this product (see
left) means it must not be disposed of in household waste. To prevent possible harm
to human health and/or the environment, you must dispose of this product in an
approved and environmentally safe recycling facility. For further information contact
your system supplier, or your local waste authority.
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Contents
Technical Specifications..................................................................................................... 5
1. QUICK START GUIDE....................................................................................................... 7
1.1. How and where to fix the holder to the wall..............................................................................7
1.2. Prepare the SIM card..................................................................................................................... 8
1.3. How to insert the SIM card........................................................................................................... 8
1.4. Plug the power supply connector into the device.....................................................................9
1.5. Place the device into the holder...................................................................................................9
1.6. Insert the plug into the mains socket..........................................................................................9
1.7. How to check the detector is working.........................................................................................9
1.8. About the back-up battery and how to replace it .................................................................. 10
1.9. How to program EPIR2 system..................................................................................................11
1.10.How to arm and disarm the system.......................................................................................... 18
1.11.A 15 second delay allows you to leave the premises............................................................. 19
1.12.Receiving an alarm call................................................................................................................ 19
1.13.In case of mains power failure................................................................................................... 19
1.14.Receiving an SMS/text message when temperature exceeds the set values ................. 20
1.15.Additional capabilities................................................................................................................ 20
2. HOW TO MANAGE THE WIRELESS DEVICES................................................................. 20
2.1. How to bind a wireless device to the system.......................................................................... 21
2.2. How to remove a wireless device from the system............................................................... 24
2.3. EKB3W wireless keypad overview............................................................................................ 25
2.4. EWK1 and EWK2 wireless keyfob overview............................................................................ 30
3. HOW TO PROGRAM THE SYSTEM USING YOUR MOBILE PHONE................................. 32
4.TROUBLESHOOTING..................................................................................................... 43
5. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR ADVANCED USERS..................................................44
5.1. How to connect a wired siren or a LED indicator to the wired output................................44
5.2. How to connect a sensor to the wired zone............................................................................ 47
5.3. How to connect to the system remotely via GPRS connection.............................................51
5.3.3. Ending the configuration process............................................................................................ 52
5.4. How to reset the system to default settings.......................................................................... 53
5.5. How to upgrade the firmware locally via USB connection.................................................... 53
5.6. How to upgrade the firmware remotely via GPRS connection............................................. 53
5.7. Monitoring station....................................................................................................................... 54
5.8. SMART SECURITY......................................................................................................................... 54
6. Related products.......................................................................................................... 58
Copyright © “ELDES UAB”, 2014. All rights reserved.
It is forbidden to copy and distribute information in this document without advance
written authorisation from ELDES UAB. We reserve the right to update or modify
this document and/or related products without warning. The EPIR2 GSM Alarm System complies with the essential requirements and relevant provisions of Directive
1999/5/EC. The declaration of conformity may be viewed at www.eldes.lt
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Contents of pack:
ItemQuantity
EPIR2 alarm system ........................ 1
Power supply ....................................1
User manual ......................................1
MiniUSB cable ...................................1
Back-up battery ................................1
Screws ................................................1
5,6kΩ resistor....................................1
Not included: You will need to supply your own SIM card – we recommend you get a contract SIM,
not Pay As You Go.
Limited Liability
The buyer agrees that the system will reduce the risk of fire, theft, burglary or other danger but
that it does not guarantee against the occurrence of such events.
ELDES UAB will not take any responsibility for the loss of personal effects, property or revenue
whilst using the system. The liability of ELDES UAB is limited to the value of the system purchased.
ELDES UAB is not affiliated with any mobile/wireless/cellular provider and is therefore not responsible for the quality of such services.
Manufacturer’s Warranty
The system carries a 24-month manufacturer warranty from ELDES UAB.
The warranty begins the day the system is purchased by the user and the receipt must be retained
as proof of purchase date. The warranty remains valid only if the system is used as intended, following all guidelines outlined in this manual and in accordance with the operating conditions
specified.
The warranty is void if the system has been exposed to mechanical impact, chemicals, high humidity, fluids, corrosive and hazardous environments or force majeure factors.
Dear Customer,
Thank you for choosing to purchase the EPIR2 alarm system to protect your property. Your
thoughtful decision will ensure reliable protection for many years as all ELDES products are
manufactured to meet the highest standards.
We are confident that you will be completely satisfied with your product. However, in the unlikely event that you do experience a problem, please contact the dealer from whom you made
your purchase.
UAB ELDES
www.eldes.lt
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Protecting your home and property with the EPIR2 alarm system
Where and how to use the alarm system
The EPIR2 is a convenient, easy to use, remote control security system for houses, cottages, country homes, garages and other buildings.
It uses an internal SIM card (not supplied by ELDES) and an infra red sensor, and communicates
with your mobile phone so you can:
• Protect your property while you are away from home
• Listen to what is happening in your property following a security alert
• Switch the system on or off from anywhere in the world at no cost
• Receive SMS/text messages updating you on the system status
• Include up to ten users to receive system status messages and/or security alerts
• Receive SMS/text messages updating you on the temperature of the surrounding area
In addition, the EPIR2 system has a built-in wireless module for system extension capabilities.The
wireless module easily allows you to bind ELDES-made wireless devices to the system. For more
details, please, refer to section 2. HOW TO MANAGE THE WIRELESS DEVICES.
IMPORTANT Please read the user manual before operating the system. The user manual will
show you how to install and operate the EPIR2 alarm security system safely and easily. You’ll
find a quick start guide in section 1. To learn how to take advantage of additional functions,
see sections 2, 3 and 4.
Technical Specifications
Supply voltage..........................................................11-15V
500mA max
Supported back-up battery....................................8.4V 250mAh rechargeable Ni-Mh 6HR61
(IEC)/7.2H5 (ANSI/NEDA)
GSM modem frequency...........................................850/900/1800/1900 Mhz
Dimensions...............................................................104x60x33mm
Operating temperature range...............................-10…+40 °C
Humidity....................................................................0-90% RH @ 0... +40 °C (non-condensing)
Back-up battery operating time............................up to 24 hours*
Detection angle........................................................90°
Maximum motion detection range........................10 metres
Wireless transmitter-receiver frequency............868 Mhz
Wireless communication range.............................up to 30m in premises; up to 150m in open areas
Maximum number of wireless devices.................16
Communications......................................................SMS, Voice Calls, GPRS Network
Supported protocols................................................Ademco Contact ID®, EGR100, Kronos, Cortex® SMS
BELL+: siren output commuted values................Current - 150mA max.; voltage - 15V (EPIR2 on
external power supply) /8V (EPIR2 on backup battery)
* - with Smart Security disabled; with wireless transmitter-receiver module disabled
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Components of the EPIR2 security system
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BELL- / COM
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GSM
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SIM
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BACK SIDE
BATTERY
INSIDE VIEW
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1. EPIR2 holder for fixing on the wall
2. Lens for movement detector and LED
3. Power supply socket to connect to mains electricity
4. Power supply transformer
5. Power supply connection lead
6. Reset button to restore default parameters
7. Holder to fix the unit in place
8. Mini-USB connector to allow programming via your PC
9. Holder for SIM card
10. GSM module
11. Back-up battery in case of mains power supply failure
12. Motion detector to sense possible intruders
13. TAMPER button to alert you if anyone interferes with the unit
14. Microphone to allow you to listen in to an incident using your mobile phone
15. Wired zone for wired sensor & output for siren or indicator connection
16. Built-in GSM antenna
Connector
BELL- / COM
Z2
BELL+
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Description
Siren output negative terminal / output terminal / common
return terminal
Security zone terminal
Siren output positive terminal
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1.QUICK START GUIDE
OVERVIEW
This section tells you how to install the EPIR2 system quickly and easily and covers all the procedures required for full system operation. The alarm system functions via the GSM network, so
you will first need to purchase a SIM card so you can ‘talk’ to and program your device via your
mobile phone.
How to expand your system with additional wireless devices
Your EPIR2 system has a built-in wireless module providing expansion capabilities to your system
by binding additional ELDES wireless devices to it. However, the EPIR2 system can operate fully
without any wireless devices bound to it.
This section does not cover the procedures for adding wireless devices to the system. If you intend to use the wireless devices with your EPIR2 system, follow the instructions for setting up
the EPIR2 in this section then refer to section 2: HOW TO MANAGE THE WIRELESS DEVICES.
Step-by-step system installation
1.1. How and where to fix the holder to the wall
The system should be installed indoors, in stationary environment ONLY. Choose a location
where unauthorised entry is most likely.
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To prevent false alarms, avoid installing the unit in the following locations:
• With the lens facing direct sunshine, for instance in front of windows
• Places with high temperature fluctuations, such as near fireplaces, boilers, ovens etc
• Anywhere with high dust or air flow
• In an area surrounded by metal or thick walls where the GSM connection may be lost
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After a suitable location for
your EPIR2 is chosen, fix the
holder to the wall using the
screws supplied.
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1.2. Prepare the SIM card
Place the SIM card in your
mobile phone and disable
the PIN code by following the
appropriate menus on your
mobile phone. This will help
ensure that when you install
the SIM card in the EPIR2 it
will operate correctly.
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IMPORTANT RECOMMENDATIONS
• We advise you to choose the same GSM SIM provider for your system as for your mobile
phone. This will ensure the fastest, most reliable SMS/text message delivery service and
phone call connection.
• For maximum system reliability we recommend you do NOT use a Pay As You Go SIM card.
Otherwise, in the event of insufficient credit balance on the SIM card, the system would fail
to make a phone call or send messages.
• We also recommend you to disable call forwarding, voice mail/text message reports
on missed/busy calls. Please contact your GSM provider for more details on these services and how to disable them.
1.3. How to insert the SIM card
The SIM card must be prepared as described in (1.2) before being inserted into the device.
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To insert the SIM card, first
remove the front cover of
the device (containing the
detector lens) by removing
the screw at the base.
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Open the SIM card holder
by first sliding the the cover
to the right then hinging it
upwards.
Then insert the SIM card into
the holder. Insert SIM card so
that gold contacts are face
down when SIM card cover is
flipped back down.
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Slide the SIM card cover back
to lock SIM card in place.
Fit the front cover and replace
screw.
For more information see the diagram of the EPIR2 and the description of components on
page <6>.
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1.4. Plug the power
supply connector into
the device
1.5. Place the device into
the holder
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1.6. Insert the plug into
the mains socket
1.7. How to check the detector is working
The system will start in 1 - 2
minutes. To test that the system is working, when the red
LED is switched off move your
hand in front of the EPIR2
lens. The system will detect
the motion and the LED will
light up for a few seconds.
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If the LED indicator blinks fast (a few times a second), the SIM card may not be inserted properly or the PIN code may not have been disabled.
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1.8. About the back-up battery and how to replace it
The back-up battery should last for at least two years. Its lifespan will largely depend on the surrounding temperature and the frequency of disruptions to the mains power. During mains failure
the battery should power the system for up to twenty-four hours.
How to replace the battery:
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1. Unplug the power supply
from the mains electricity
socket.
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4. Remove the screw located
on the base of the unit.
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5. Open the cover.
3. Unplug the power supply
connector.
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6. Carefully remove the
back-up battery.
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7. With one hand holding the
back-up battery, unplug
the battery connector.
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2. Remove the EPIR2 from its
holder.
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8. Replace the battery with
the type specified in the
technical specifications.
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1.9. How to program EPIR2 system
Before you continue, you need to program your EPIR system. We recommend that you program
the EPIR system using your PC and ELDES Configuration Tool software as it’s the quickest, easiest
way and offers more options for your system, such as flexible SMS/text message management.
NOTE
If you wish to program the EPIR2 system by SMS/text message, please refer to section 3. HOW
TO PROGRAM THE SYSTEM USING YOUR MOBILE PHONE. If not, please proceed to section
1.9.1 Download ELDES Configuration Tool software
1.9.1.Download ELDES Configuration Tool software.
Visit www.eldes.lt , you will find a link to the Configuration Tool under the menu option
DOWNLOAD.
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Once you are at Configuration
Tool section, left-click on the
ELDES Configuration Tool
v3.x.xx (setup.exe).
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In the newly popped-up
window left-click on the Save
button.
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Specify a location for setup file and left-click on the Save button.
We recommend placing the file on your desktop.
1.9.2. install ELDES Configuration Tool software.
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Double left-click on the
downloaded setup file to
run it.
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In the newly popped-up
window left-click on
the Next button to
continue.
In the next window
left-click on the Next
button to continue.
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In the following window
left-click on the Next
button to continue.
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In the next window
left-click on the Next
button to continue.
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In the following window
left-click on the Install
button to begin the
installation process.
Wait for the installation
progress to complete
and do not click on any
button.
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After the successful
installation, the
following window
will pop-up. Left-click
on the Finish button
in order to end the
installation and launch
ELDES Configuration
Tool software afterwards.
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NOTE: You do not have to repeat the installation process the next time when you want to run
ELDES Configuration Tool software again.
1.9.3. Connect EPIR2 to your PC via the USB cable
IMPORTANT: Before connecting EPIR2 to your PC via the USB cable, first ensure the EPIR2
is powered up.
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Plug the
miniUSB
connector
into EPIR2.
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connector
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1.9.4. Run ELDES Configuration Tool software.
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Run the software anytime you
want by double left-clicking on the
ELDES ConfigTool shortcut located
on the desktop.
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Once the software is up
and running, left-click
on the USB connection /
-connect- button.
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Type in 4-digit
administrator password,
which is 1470 (by default)
and click on the Continue
button.
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On successful first-time connection, a Quick Start Wizard window will show up. Left-click on the
Start Wizard button and follow the step-by-step instructions to program the EPIR2 system.
After completing all of the Quick Start Wizard steps, your system is ready for use.
1.10. How to arm and disarm the system
To arm your system dial the SIM card and wait until it rings three times and then drops the call.
This means the system is now successfully armed.
To disarm the system, dial the SIM card and wait until it rings once and then drops the call. The
system is now successfully disarmed.
In both cases be sure to wait until the system automatically drops your call. Again in both cases
the user will receive a short SMS/text message each time the system is successfully armed or
disarmed.
IMPORTANT: Dialing the SIM card is free of charge as the system drops your call in both cases.
Before arming the system it is necessary to close all doors and windows in the secured area and
move yourself away from the movement detection field.
Alternatively, you can arm/disarm your EPIR2 system by sending an SMS text message (see
3. HOW TO PROGRAM THE SYSTEM USING YOUR MOBILE PHONE).
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Don’t stand in
movement sensor
detection zone
Close all
doors
Close all
windows
Close all
doors
1.11. A 15 second delay allows you to leave the premises
When you arm the system via your phone, a keyfob or a keypad, the system will give you a 15
second delay before it activates, giving you time to leaving the premises. You can change the time
delay at any time (see ELDES Configuration Tool software’s Help section).
The red LED on the detector lens will start to blink, indicating the time delay is in operation and
you must leave room. The red light will go off after 15 seconds when the system will be armed.
1.12. Receiving an alarm call
When the detector is armed and motion is detected in the room, the system will send a SMS/text
message to User 1 and then ring the user until the call is answered. If the call is not answered
after several rings (predetermined by your mobile phone operator) the system will hang up. If
the call is not picked up by User 1, the system will ring all the pre-programmed numbers in order
of priority starting with User 2 until a user picks up or the call expires. If the first user is “busy” or
“out of radio coverage”, the system will also ring the next pre-programmed number. When a call is
answered, the system will activate the remote microphone so you can listen to what is happening
in the building.
You can also program the system to send an SMS/text message to all users (see ELDES Configuration Tool software’s Help section).
1.13. In case of mains power failure
The system will automatically switch to the back–up battery supply in case of mains power
failure. At this time you will receive an SMS/text message warning message. You will also receive
an SMS/text message when the mains power has been restored. Likewise the system will warn
you by SMS/text message when the back-up battery is getting low, just before the system is
switched off.
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1.14. Receiving an SMS/text message when temperature exceeds the set values
The system comes equipped with a feature intended for temperature measurement in the
surrounding area. This feature allows to monitor the temperature and receive a notification by
SMS text message, identified as the Temperature Info SMS, to user phone number when the set
temperature MIN or MAX boundaries are exceeded. For this purpose you may use the system’s
built-in temperature sensor or one of the temperature sensors incorporated in the wireless
device (if any). The following wireless devices contain a built-in temperature sensor:
ATTENTION: The supported temperature range is -10... +40 °C.
• EWP1 - wireless PIR sensors (motion detectors);
• EWS1 & EWS2 - internal and external sirens;
• EWF1 – wireless smoke detectors;
• EW1 - wireless zone and PGM output expansion module;
• EW1B - battery-powered wireless zone and PGM output expansion module.
By default, temperature measurement feature is disabled. To enable it, please refer to ELDES
Configuration Tool software. To set the MIN and MAX temperature boundaries, please refer to
section 3 or ELDES Configuration Tool software.
1.15. Additional capabilities
You can also use your mobile to request information about the system, the power supply and
the network quality. Plus you can listen in to what’s happening in the secured location through a
remote microphone. See section 3 for more details.
EPIR2 system comes equipped with built-in wireless module allowing to enhance your security system with the addition ELDES wireless PIRs (Passive Infrared Sensors), sirens, magnetic
door and window sensors or expansion modules. See section 2 for more details.
2.HOW TO MANAGE THE WIRELESS DEVICES
IMPORTANT: Before you continue, first follow the entire section 1. QUICK START and
prepare the system for use as described.
OVERVIEW
Your EPIR2 has a built-in wireless module. This section tells you how to bind and remove a wireless
device using your PC and ELDES Configuration Tool as well as briefly describing every available
wireless device which can operate together with your EPIR2 system.
It is possible to connect up to 16 wireless devices to the EPIR2 system. This includes the following:
• EWP1 - wireless PIR sensors (motion detectors);
• EWD1 - magnetic door contacts;
• EWS1 & EWS2 - internal and external sirens;
• EWK1 & EWK2 - wireless keyfobs to arm and disarm the system without using a mobile
phone;
• EKB3W – wireless keypads to arm,disarm and configure the system without using a mobilephone;
• EWF1 – wireless smoke detectors;
• EW1 - wireless zone and PGM output expansion module;
• EW1B - battery-powered wireless zone and PGM output expansion module.
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You can also attach more devices which are not part of the ELDES wireless range by using expansion module EW1 with 2 inputs and 2 programmable outputs
Main features of built-in wireless module:
• Up to 16 ELDES wireless devices per one EPIR2 unit;
• Two-way wireless communication;
• Supervised communication link with configurable self-test period;
• Maximum wireless connection range is 150 meters in open areas, within a building wireless
range will be up to 30m, depending on building construction.
2.1. How to bind a wireless device to the system
IMPORTANT: Before you continue, first ensure the EPIR2 is powered up and connected to
your PC via the USB cable.
1. Turn on the wireless device by following the instructions provided in the user manual of the
wireless device.
2. Run ELDES Configuration Tool software and left-click on the USB connection / -connect- button.
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3. Open Wireless Device Management section.
This section uses a radar diagram to show ELDES wireless devices visible to EPIR2 within its wireless range.
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80%
60%
40%
20%
Unbound devices are indicated by a device icon with a red stripe above the icon. Once the device
is bound, the stripe turns to green:
Wireless device
bound to alarm system (green stripe
above the icon).
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Wireless device
not bound to alarm
system (red stripe
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The wireless devices are automatically arranged within the radar diagram according to the
strength of their wireless signal, expressed in percentage terms.
4. Enter an 8-character wireless device ID code in Device ID entry. The ID code is printed on a label
located on the inner or outer side of the wireless device enclosure.
5. Once the wireless ID is entered correctly, the button will turn to Add.
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6. Left-click on the Add button and watch the progress bar indication.
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IMPORTANT FOR EWK1/EWK2: After left-clicking on the Add button it is necessary to press
any button on the EWK1/EWK2 keyfob several times.
7. After the successful wireless device binding process, the stripe above the wireless device icon
will turn green. In addition, the following information related to the bound wireless device will
appear:
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Device Type – Wireless device model and connection with alarm system status:
• CONNECTED – Wireless device is bound to alarm system;
• NOT CONNECTED – Wireless device is not bound to alarm system.
Temperature – Temperature of the area surrounding the wireless device. The temperature is
measured by built-in temperature sensor (if any).
Battery Level – Battery status of the wireless device:
• 0% - Battery is empty;
• 100% - Battery is full.
Signal Level – Wireless connection signal strength:
• 0% - No wireless signal;
• 100% - Wireless signal is perfect.
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2.2. How to remove a wireless device from the system
IMPORTANT: Before you continue, first ensure the EPIR2 is powered up and connected to
your PC via the USB cable.
1. Turn on the wireless device by following the instructions provided in the user manual of the
wireless device.
2. Run ELDES Configuration Tool software and left-click on the USB connection / -connect- button.
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3. Open Wireless Devices section.
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4. In the radar diagram, left-click (highlight) on the bound wireless device icon (green stripe
above the icon) to select it.
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5. Left-click on the Remove button to remove the wireless device.
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6. Watch the progress bar indication.
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7. After the successful wireless device removal process, the stripe above the wireless device icon
will turn red.
ATTENTION: In order to correctly remove the wireless device from the system, the user must
remove the device using SMS text message or ELDES Configuration Tool software and restore the
parameters of the wireless device to default afterwards. If only one of these actions is carried out,
the wireless device and the system will attempt to exchange data to keep the wireless connection
alive. This leads to fast battery power drain on the battery-powered wireless device.
2.3. EKB3W wireless keypad overview
ATTENTION: The EKB3W commands provided in this user manual are intended for basic
configuration and control of the EPIR2 system. For complete configuration and control using
EKB3W, please refer to the latest version of EPIR2 Configuration Manual located at www.
eldes.lt/en/download
EKB3W is a wireless LED keypad intended for using with EPIR2 alarm system.
LED Functionality
ARMED
Alarm system is armed /
Configuration mode
READY
System is prepared for
arming
SYSTEM
System fault / valid command is being entered
BYPS
Zone bypass mode
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Steady ON - violated
zone / flashing - violated
tamper
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Keys Functionality
[BYPS]
Zone bypass mode
[CODE]
Additional options - system fault list / violated high-number zone indi­cation
/ violated high-number tamper indication (EKB3W indicates up to 12 zones/
tampers on the keypad, there is a different system to identify zones/tampers
numbered 13 to 34)
[*]
Cancel command
[#]
Confirm (enter) command
[0] ... [9]
Command typing
[STAY]
Manual Stay mode activation
[INST]
1st character for Configuration mode activation/deactivation command
The green LED READY indicates that no zones or tampers are violated and the system is ready for
arming. LED SYSTEM lights up or flashes in case of zone violation or if system faults are present.
The alarm system cannot be armed until the fault is corrected or violated zone (-s) is restored,
bypassed or set up to operate under Force mode. The system can still be armed even when the
following faults are present:
• backup battery problem;
• main power supply failure;
• date & time not set;
• GSM connection problem.
Audio Indication
The built-in buzzer uses two types of sound signals – three short beeps and one long beep. Three
short beeps stand for successfully carried out configuration command, one long beep – for inva­lid
configuration command. In addition, the buzzer will continuously provide short beeps for 10 seconds
(by default) in case of alarm when the violated zone or tamper is of the associated EKB3W keypad.
Visual Indication
EKB3W keys have a back-light and in case of alarm the keypad back-light turns on and lasts for 10
seconds (by default) if the violated zone or tamper is of the associated EKB3W keypad. For battery
power saving reasons the back-light and LED light lasts for 10 seconds after the last key-stroke.
However, this duration is configurable.
2.3.1.Sleep mode, how to wake up EKB3W and view system alarms or faults
Once EKB3W is bound, it will attempt to exchange data with the system. The communication process follows this pattern:
Sleep mode. Due to battery power saving reasons, most of the time EKB3W keypad operates in
sleep mode and periodically (by default – every 60 seconds) transmits the supervision signal, identified as Test Time, to the EPIR2 system. When the keypad operates in the sleep mode, only the transmitter remains operational, while the receiver as well as the the LED indicators and the back-light
are switched OFF. However, when the keypad transmits the supervision signal to the system, it will
NOT activate its buzzer and/or the LED indicators.
How to wake up EKB3W and view system alarms, faults. When any EKB3W key is pressed,
the keypad LED indicators and the back-light will activate for a set up period of time (by default - 10
seconds), identified as Back-light Timeout. During the Back-light Timeout, the Test Time will automatically switch to 2 seconds period allowing to indicate system alarms, faults and arm/disarm
process on the EKB3W keypad. The Back-light timeout will expire after 10 seconds (by default) of
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EKB3W idling resulting in return to sleep mode. Meanwhile:
a) if a zone or tamper, which is of the associated EKB3W keypad, is violated, EKB3W will instantly wake up and initiate the Back-light Timeout. Meanwhile the keypad buzzer will emit
short beeps and the LED indicators will light ON indicating the violated zone or tamper number.
b) if a zone or tamper, which is not of the associated EKB3W keypad, is violated, EKB3W keypad will NOT wake up and will NOT initiate the Back-light Timeout as well as the buzzer will
NOT emit short beeps and the LED indicators will NOT light ON.
To configure Back-light Timeout and Test Time parameters, please refer to ELDES Configuration
Tool software.
NOTE: Even when Back-light Timeout has expired, the character will be considered as typed in
once the appropriate EKB3W key is pressed, therefore we recommend using the [*] key to wake
up the keypad. However, if another character is typed in and you wish to cancel it, please press the
[*] key or wait for 10 seconds until the keypad buzzer will provide a long beep indicating that the
typed in characters have been cancelled.
NOTE: To have exit and entry delay indication on the keypad, we highly recommend installing
EKB3W near the designated entrance/exit door and using EKB3W zone for wired magnetic door
contact connection.
2.3.2. How to configure and control the system by EKB3W
The system configuration and control by EKB3W keypad is carried out by entering a valid configuration command using the number keys [0]... [9], [#] key for confirmation and [*] key to cancel the
characters that are being entered. Alternatively, the user can wait for 10 seconds until the keypad
buzzer will provide a long beep indicating that the entered characters have been cancelled. When
typing in the characters, the indication of each pressed key is provided by short beep of keypad
buzzer. Additionalty, the red indicators light up when the number keys [0]... [9] are being pressed.
Some commands require [BYPS], [CODE] and [STAY] keys as well. The structure of a standard configuration command is a combination of digits. The variables are provided in lower-case letters,
while a valid parameter value range is provided in brackets.
2.3.3. How to arm the system by EKB3W
1. To arm the system, enter any out of 10 available 4-digit user passwords using the number keys:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Enter user password:
uuuu
Value: uuuu – 4-digit user password
Example: 1111
0
2. The system will initiate the exit delay countdown (by default – 15 seconds) intended for user
to leave the secured area. The countdown is indicated by short beeps provided by the minibuzzer built in to the keypad (if fitted).
3. After the system is successfully armed, it will reply with confirmation by SMS message to
User 1 phone number (by default).
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2.3.4. How to disarm & turn off alarm by EKB3W
1. The system will initiate the entry delay countdown (by default – 15 seconds) after the user
has entered the secured area. Entry delay countdown is intended for user to enter a valid user
password and disarm the system before the alarm is caused. `
2. To disarm the system or turn off the alarm, enter any out of 10 available 4-digit user passwords using the number keys:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Enter user password:
uuuu
Value: uuuu – 4-digit user password
Example: 1111
0
3. After the system is successfully disarmed, it will reply with confirmation by SMS message to
User 1 phone number (by default).
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2.3.5. About STAY mode and how to activate it by EKB3W
Stay mode allows the user to remain in the secured area after arming the system. In Stay mode,
the system does not cause the alarm when the zones, set up to operate under this mode, become
violated. This mode is usually used when arming the system before night.
The ways of system arming in Stay mode are the following:
• Automatic - The system becomes Stay-armed if the user does not leave the secured area (if
Delay zone is not violated) during exit delay countdown when arming the system by phone call,
SMS/text message, wireless keypad EKB3W or wireless keyfob EWK1/EWK2
• Manual - The system becomes instantly Stay-armed after the user presses the [STAY] key
and enters a valid user password on the EKB3W keypad. There is no exit delay countdown
when activating Stay mode manually.
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1. Arm the system in Stay mode manually by entering the following combination using [STAY]
and number keys:
Press the [STAY] key & enter user password:
STAY uuuu
Value: uuuu - 4-digit user password
Example: STAY1111
2. After the system is successfully armed, it will reply with confirmation by SMS message to User
1 phone number (by default).
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For more details on how to disarm & turn off the alarm by EKB3W keypad, please refer to section 2.3.4.
2.3.6. Alarm indications & how to view violated zones / tampers by EKB3W
The built-in EKB3W mini-buzzer provide short beeps continuously in case of alarm. In addition, the
violated zone number is indicated by illuminated zone LED or flashing SYSTEM LED (if the violated
zone number is above 12). The violated tamper number is indicated by flashing zone LED or illuminated SYSTEM LED (if the violated tamper number is above 12). In both cases. the mini-buzzer
can be silenced by disarming the system using any method.
For more details on EKB3W violated high-number zone & tamper number indication, please refer
to section 2.3.8. Fault messages.
2.3.7. How to bypass a violated zone & activate a bypassed zone by EKB3W
Arming the system is disabled while there’s at least 1 violated zone. Bypassing the zone allows to
temporally disable a particular violated zone and arm the alarm system afterwards.
Bypass a violated zone by entering the following combination using [BYPS], number and [#] keys:
Press the [BYPS] key, enter zone number & user password:
BYPS nn uuuu#
Value: nn – zone number, range – [01... 34]; uuuu – 4-digit user password
Example: BYPS051111#
To activate a bypassed zone, enter the same combination again.
NOTE: The alternative way to activate all bypassed zones at once is to disarm the system.
NOTE: Zones can only be bypassed when the system is not armed.
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ATTENTION: Bypassing a violated tamper is NOT allowed. Please, restore the tamper (for
example: close sensor‘s enclosure) before arming the system
2.3.8. Fault messages
Yellow LED SYSTEM indicates a system fault. SYSTEM LED indications are mentioned in the table
below.
SYSTEM LED
Illuminated continously
Flashing
Description
One ore more high-number tampers (13-34) are violated;
other system fault
One or more high-number zones (Z13 - Z34) are violated
In order to find out more about the particular system problem, please enter command A. After this
procedure the system will activate red zone LEDs for 15 seconds. The description on each LED
indication is mentioned in the table below.
Zone LED
1
2
3
4
5
6
Description
One or more high-number tampers are violated.
Backup battery problem.
Main power supply problem.
Date/time not set.
One or more high-number zonesare violated.
GSM connection problem.
In order to find out which particular high-number zone is violated, please enter command B.
In order to find out which particular high-number tamper is violated, please enter command C.
A. System fault indication - enter command:
[CODE#]
B. Violated high-number zone indication – enter command:
[CODE1]
C. Violated high-number tamper indication – enter command:
[CODE2]
EKB3W indicates up to 12 zones on the keypad, in this section you can learn how to identify highernumbered zones (Z13-Z34). The number of the violated high-numbered zone or tamper can be
calculated using the table below according to the formula: number from zone LED section B +
number from zone LED section A.
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Example: LED #3 from section A is flashing and LED #8 from section B is illuminated continuously. According to the table below LED #8 is equal to number 18, therefore 18 + 3 = 21.
Result: Violated high-number zone or tamper number is 21.
Zone LED section - B
(illuminated continously)
Zone LED 7 = 12
Zone LED 8 = 18
Zone LED 9 = 24
Zone LED 10 = 30
Zone LED section - A (flashing)
Zone LED 1 = 1
Zone LED 2 = 2
Zone LED 3 = 3
Zone LED 4 = 4
Zone LED 5 = 5
Zone LED 6 = 6
2.4. EWK1 and EWK2 wireless keyfob overview
EWK1/EWK2 is a wireless keyfob intended for using with EPIR2 alarm system. EWK1/EWK2 keyfob
features four configurable buttons intended to operate according to individual needs. After the
button is pressed, EWK1/EWK2 internal buzzer’s sound signal (and red indicator; on EWK2 only)
confirms a successfully carried out command. The status of the sent command can be checked
by attempting to receive the feedback signal from the alarm system. This can be performed by
pressing down the same button and holding it for 3 seconds. 3 short sound signals indicate a successfully carried out command while 1 long beep stands for failed command and feedback signal
failure. By default one pair of buttons is already configured to arm and disarm the alarm system.
2.4.1. How to arm the system by EWK1 or EWK2
1. To arm the system, press 1 of 4 keyfob buttons set to arm the system (by default, EWK1 –
;EWK 2 -
).
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system
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2. The system will initiate the exit delay countdown (by default – 15 seconds) intended for user
to leave the secured area.
3. After the system is successfully armed, it will reply with confirmation by SMS message to User
1 phone number (by default).
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2.4.2. How to disarm the system by EWK1 or EWK2
1. The system will initiate the entry delay countdown (by default – 15 seconds) after the user
has entered the secured area. Entry delay countdown is intended for user to disarm the system before the alarm is caused.
2. To disarm the system, press 1 of 4 keyfob buttons set to disarm the system (by default, EWK1
-
; EWK2 -
).
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system
3. After the system is successfully disarmed, it will reply with confirmation by SMS message to
User 1 phone number (by default).
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3.HOW TO PROGRAM THE SYSTEM USING YOUR MOBILE PHONE
NOTE: The system supports a flexible management of SMS/text message replies from the
system. This can be configured using ELDES Configuration Tool software.
In order to configure and control the EPIR2 system using SMS/text message, send the text command to the phone number of EPIR2 from one of the pre-programmed user numbers.
ESSENTIAL INFORMATION FOR PROGRAMING VIA YOUR MOBILE PHONE
• The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when following instructions and typing an SMS/text message, replace the underscore symbol with a single
space.
• Similarly, ‘XXXX’ means password.
• Make sure you don’t leave any spaces at the beginning or end of the message.
• If you receive the message “wrong syntax” please check your message and try again.
Function
Set the SMS
language
Command
LL
Change the SMS 0000_PSW_XXXX
password
Main Settings
Value Range / Comment
LL = CZ; EN; EE; FI; FR; DE;
GR; IS; LV; LT; RU; SK; ES
Example
LT
Choose your preferred lan­
guage for the device before
you change the pre-set pass­
word. Use the code shown in
the table on page 42 to set
your device to your preferred
language. Then send the
code via SMS/text message
to the SIM card inserted in
your EPIR2 alarm system.
XXXX = [0001... 9999]
0000_PSW_1111
All SMS/text message
commands start with a
password, so be sure to
change the default password
to a memorable number. It
must be a four digit number
– anything except four zeros.
Non-numerical characters
such as dots, colons and
spaces are not allowed.
NOTE: The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when typing an
SMS/text message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
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Function
Add or change
a single user
phone number
Command
XXXX_NRn:
+4417001111111
or XXXX_NRn:
004417001111111
or XXXX_
NRn:017001111111
Main Settings
Value Range / Comment
NRn = [NR1... NR10]
The EPIR2 alarm system
allows you to enter up to ten
different mobile numbers to
gain access to and control
the system. User 1 number
is mandatory - all the others
can be skipped.
Example
1111_
NR1:+4432101234
All numbers must be entered
in one of the following
formats:
•
International (with
plus) – The phone
numbers starting with
plus and an international country code in
the following format:
+[international code]
[area code] [local number], example for UK:
+4417091111111.
•
International (with
00) – The phone numbers starting with 00 and
an international country
code in the following
format: 00[international
code][area code][local
number], example for
UK: 004417091111111.
•
Local – The phone numbers starting with an
area code in the following format: [area code]
[local number], example
for UK: 017091111111.
NOTE: The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when typing an
SMS/text message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
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Function
Command
Add or change
XXXX_
multiple user
NR1:+4411111111_
phone numbers NR2:004411111112_
NR3:011111113_
NR4:011111114_
NR5:004411111115_
NR10:XXXX_
+4411111110
Verify added
XXXX_HELPNR
user phone
numbers
Delete a single XXXX_NRn:DEL
user phone
number
Delete multiple XXXX_NR2:DEL_
user phone
NR3:DEL_NR4:DEL_
numbers
NR5:DEL NR10:DEL
Set date & time XXXX_MMMM.
mn.dd_hh:mi
Arm the system XXXX_ARM
Disarm the
XXXX_DISARM
system
Change the exit XXXX_
delay timer
EXITDELAY:YY
Main Settings
Value Range / Comment
Enter numbers based on
priority, because in case
of alert, the system will
attempt to contact the first
number entered before the
second and so on.
The system will send you
a text by return, with all
pre-programmed numbers.
NRn = [NR1... NR10]
Example
1111_
NR1:+44321012341_
NR4:0321012352
1111_HELPNR
1111_NR2:DEL
1111_NR3:DEL_
NR4:DEL_NR5:DEL
MMMM = year; mn = month,
[01... 12]; dd = day, [01... 31];
hh = hour, [00... 23]; mi =
minutes, [00... 59]
The system will send you a
text confirmation by return.
The system will send you a
text confirmation by return.
YY = [0... 600]
value is in seconds
1111_2012.05.25_
14:15
1111_ARM
1111_DISARM
1111_EXITDELAY:20
When you exit your protected
building, having just armed
the system, you have to leave
within a specified time to avoid
activating the alarm. (The
manufacturer pre-set default
is 15 seconds.) During this time
the detector will ignore any
motion. This period is called
the exit delay. By default, while
the time-out is running, the
LED will blink once a second.
Disable the exit
delay timer
XXXX_
EXITDELAY:0
1111_EXITDELAY:0
NOTE: A combination of different phone number formats is allowed to use.
NOTE: The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when typing an
SMS/text message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
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Function
Edit zone alarm
text
Disable a zone
Enable a zone
Change the entry
delay timer
Disable the entry
delay timer
Check your
system and zone
status
Command
XXXX_Zn:
NewTextHere
XXXX_Zn:OFF
XXXX_Zn:ON
XXXX_
ENTRYDELAY:n,YY
Zone Settings
Value Range / Comment
Zn = [Z1... Z34]
Zn = [Z1... Z34]
Zn = [Z1... Z34]
n = [Z1... Z34],
YY = [0... 65535]
value is in seconds
Example
1111_Z1:
Motion_detected
1111_Z5:OFF
1111_Z7:ON
1111_
ENTRYDELAY:1,25
When you enter your protected
building, you have to disarm the
system within a specified time
to avoid activating the alarm
(manufacturer pre-set default is
15 seconds). During this time the
detector will ignore any motion.
This period is called entry delay.
By default, while the time-out is
running, the LED will bling once
a second.
XXXX_
Zn = [Z1... Z34]
1111_
ENTRYDELAY:Zn,0
ENTRYDELAY:5,0
XXXX_STATUS
The system will reply to the
1111_STATUS
user who sent the SMS/text
message, with the following
up-to-date
information:
• system status (armed/disarmed);
• status of zones & PGM outputs
(ON/OFF);
• zone alarm texts;
• PGM output names.
NOTE: The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when typing an
SMS/text message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
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Function
Rename PGM
output
Turn ON PGM
output / set PGM
output startup
status to ON
Turn OFF PGM
output / set PGM
output startup
status to OFF
Turn ON PGM
output for a specified time period
PGM Output Settings**
Command
Value Range / Comment
XXXX_Cn:
Cn = [C1... C32]
NewNameHere
XXXX_Cn:
Cn = [C1... C32]
ON or XXXX_
OutputName:ON
XXXX_Cn:
OFF or XXXX_
OutputName:OFF
XXXX_Cn:ON:
HH.MM.SS or XXXX_
OutputName:ON:HH.
MM.SS
Turn OFF PGM
XXXX_Cn:
output for a speci- OFF:HH.MM.SS or
fied time period
XXXX_OutputName:
OFF:HH.MM.SS
Example
1111_C2:Pump
1111_Pump:ON
Cn = [C1... C32]
1111_C3:OFF
Cn = [C1... C32]; HH = hour,
[00... 23]; MM = minutes, [00...
59]; SS = seconds, [00... 59]
1111_C3:ON:
13.23.48
Cn = [C1... C32]; HH = hour,
[00... 23]; MM = minutes, [00...
59]; SS = seconds, [00... 59]
1111_Pump:OFF:
15.20.01
**- The EPIR2 system supports wireless PGM outputs allowing connection and control of various
electrical appliances: water pumps, heating, lighting, blinds etc. The maximum number of PGM
wireless outputs which can be connected to the EPIR2 system is 32.
Function
Change system
alarm duration
Alarm Duration Settings
Command
Value Range / Comment
XXXX_SIREN:T
T = [0... 5]
Check system
alarm duration
XXXX_SIREN
Function
Check the status
of your system
Command
XXXX_INFO
vale is in minutes
The system will reply to the
user who sent the SMS/text
message, with the current
alarm duration set
System Status Information
Value Range / Comment
The system will reply to the user who
sent the SMS/text message, with the
following up-to-date
information:
• system date & time;
• system status (armed/disarmed);
• GSM signal strength level;
• main power supply status;
• state of zones (OK/alarm).
Example
1111_SIREN:4
1111_SIREN
Example
1111_INFO
NOTE: The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when typing an
SMS/text message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
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Function
Set the periodic
system status
SMS/text message
Command
XXXX_INFO:FF.TT
System Status Information
Value Range / Comment
FF = frequency in days, [01... 10]; TT =
time, [01... 23]
By default, this status SMS/text message will be sent daily at 11:00am.
Disable periodic
XXXX_
system status
INFO:00.00
SMS/text message
Example
1111_INFO:02.10
This status SMS/
text message will
be sent every 2nd
day at 10:00am.
1111_INFO:00.00
Alarm Notification Settings
Function
Command
Value Range / Comment
Disable ring from XXXX_CALLS:OFF
By default the system makes a
the system in case
phone call to the User 1 number
of alarm
in the event of an alarm. You
may wish to configure the system so that a phone call is NOT
made when an alarm occurs
(you may prefer to receive only
SMS notifications).
Enable ring from
XXXX_CALLS:ON
the system in case
of alarm
Disable SMS/text XXXX_SMS:OFF
The system sends an SMS/text
message from the
message to the User 1 number
system in case of
in the event of an alarm. You
alarm
may wish to configure the
system to cease sending these
messages when alarm occurs.
Enable SMS/text XXXX_SMS:ON
message from the
system in case of
alarm
Example
1111_CALLS:OFF
1111_CALLS:ON
1111_SMS:OFF
1111_SMS:ON
NOTE: The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when typing an
SMS/text message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
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Function
Enable SMS to all
users simultaneously in case of
alarm
Disable SMS/text
message to all
users simultaneously in case of
alarm
Alarm Notification Settings
Command
Value Range / Comment
Example
XXXX_SMSALL:ON
By default, in case of alarm the 1111_SMSALL:ON
system sends an SMS message
to User 1. If the system does not
receive a successful SMS message delivery confirmation in 20
seconds from the recipient, the
SMS message is sent to User 2,
and if there is still no delivery
confirmation received, to Users
3, 4 and 5, but the sequence
will stop as soon as a delivery
confirmation is received. You
may wish to configure the
system to send these messages
to all pre-programmed user
numbers simultaneously when
alarm occurs.
XXXX_SMSALL:OFF
1111_
SMSALL:OFF
External Power Supply & Backup Battery Status Notification Settings
Function
Command
Value Range / Comment
Example
Disable SMS/text XXXX_M:OFF
The EPIR2 will let you know
1111_M:OFF
message regardwhen the mains 230V power
ing the external
supply fails or recovers. In some
power supply
remote places where the mains
power supply is unreliable, you
may wish to configure the system to ignore these changes.
Enable SMS/text XXXX_M:ON
1111_M:ON
message regarding the external
power supply
NOTE: The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when typing an
SMS/text message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
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Function
Command
Value Range / Comment
Example
Disable SMS/text XXXX_BATREPORT: The system checks the backup 1111_
message regard- OFF
battery resistance every 10
BATREPORT:OFF
ing the battery
days. If the backup battery is
replacement
disconnected or needs to be
replaced (if more than 2,5Ω
resistance is detected), the
system sends an SMS message
to User 1. You may wish to
configure the system to ignore
these changes.
Enable SMS/text XXXX_BATREPORT:
1111_
message regard- ON
BATREPORT:ON
ing the battery
replacement
Function
Set temperature
MIN and MAX
values
Temperature Notification Settings
Command
Value Range / Comment
Example
XXXX_TEMP:
MIN = minimum temperature
1111_TEMP:MIN:MAX
boundary, [-10... 40] C; MAX =
10:30
maximum temperature boundary, [-10... 40] C.
System Control from Any Phone Number Settings
Function
Command
Value Range / Comment
Example
Unblock unknown XXXX_STR:ON
By default, the EPIR2 alarm sys- 1111_STR:ON
incoming numtem can only be accessed from
bers
each of up to ten mobile phones
that you program into it..
To allow access from any phone
number you need to enable
the current feature, which will
allow all password holders to
access the system.
Block unknown
incoming numbers
XXXX_STR:OFF
1111_STR:OFF
NOTE: The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when typing an
SMS/text message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
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Function
Command
Hear what is
XXXX_MIC
happening in your
property
Remote Listening
Value Range / Comment
Example
You can listen in to what is hap1111_MIC
pening at your protected property
whenever you want by sending
this SMS/text message. The
system will make a phone call to
you and enable the microphone
in EPIR2. You must answer the
call within 20 seconds to listen
in to what is happening in your
property. If you do not pick up, the
system will stop trying and will
return to its previous state.
NOTE: If there is an alarm the
system will automatically make a
call so that you can listen to what
is happening in the property. In
this case, the system will try the
pre-programmed numbers in order until its call is answered. The
phone call in the event of alarm
will be made UNLESS „Disable ring
from the system in case of alarm“
has been selected, see „alarm
notification settings“ above.
Detector Sensitivity Level Settings
Function
Command
Value Range / Comment
Example
Change the
XXXX_LEVEL:YY
YY = [20... 99]
1111_LEVEL:35
sensitivity level of
The greater the value, the
the detector
lower the sensitivity level of
the detector.
The EPIR2 device is pre-set by
the manufacturer at the optimal detector sensitivity level.
However, in some cases, for
instance where the system is
installed in windy premises, the
air flow can cause false alarms.
In this case you can reduce the
sensitivity level.
Check the sensiXXXX_LEVEL
1111_LEVEL
tivity level of the
detector
NOTE: The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when typing an
SMS/text message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
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Function
Disable wireless
module
Enable wireless
module
Bind a wireless
device to the
system
Remove a wireless device from
the system
Replace a wireless
device by another
wireless device of
the same model
Wireless Device Management
Command
Value Range / Comment
Example
XXXX_RF:OFF
The system disables the
1111_RF:OFF
built-in wireless module
XXXX_RF:ON
1111_RF:ON
XXXX_SET:YYYYYYYY
YYYYYYYY = 8-character
wireless device ID code
1111_
SET:5261841A
XXXX_DEL:YYYYYYYY
YYYYYYYY = 8-character
wireless device ID code
1111_
DEL:5261841A
1111_REP:YYYYYY
<ZZZZZZZZ
YYYYYYYY = old 8-character wireless device ID
code; ZZZZZZZZ = new
8-character wireless
device ID code
The system will send you
a text by return, with the
number of available free
wireless channels.
Zn = [Z3... Z34]
The system will send you
a text by return, with the
following information:
• wireless device battery
level;
• wireless signal level;
• error rate (number of
failed data transmission attempts in a
10-minute period);
• firmware version.
Zn = [Z3... Z34]
The system will send you
a text by return indicating
if a wireless device is
operational.
Zn = [Z3... Z34]
The system will send you
a text by return indicating
temperature value
measured by a built-in
temperature sensor (if
any) of a specified wireless device.
1111_
REP:5261841A
<41286652
Verify free wireless channels
XXXX_STATUS_FREE
Get wireless device information
XXXX_RFINFO:Zn
or XXXX_RFINFO:
YYYYYYYY
Verify wireless
device operation
status
XXXX_TEST:Zn
Get wireless device temperature
XXXX_TEMP:Zn
1111_STATUS_FREE
1111_
RFINFO:5261841A
1111_TEST:Z6
1111_TEMP:Z9
NOTE: The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when typing an
SMS/text message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
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Function
Verify SMS/text
message central
number
SMS/Text Message Central Number Settings
Command
Value Range / Comment
XXXX_
The text/SMS central number
SMS_+4411111111 is normally already saved in
the SIM by your mobile phone
network provider. However if
you fail to receive SMS/text
messages from the EPIR2, you
will have to enter it yourself
having first got it from your
mobile phone provider.
Example
1111_SMS_
+4425568111
If you continue to have problems
communicating with the SIM
card you installed into EPIR2, try
using a SIM card from a different
mobile telephone operator.
Function
Get Smart
Security ID code
Command
XXXX_SMART_ID
Smart Security
Value Range / Comment
The system will send you
a text by return, with the
multi-character code required
by Smart Security feature.
Example
1111_SMART_ID
Choose your preferred language for the device before you change the pre-set password.
Use the code shown in the table below to set your device to your preferred language. Then
send the code via SMS/text message to the SIM card inserted in your EPIR2 alarm system.
LANGUAGE
Czech
English
Estonian
Finnish
French
German
Greek
Icelandic
Latvian
Lithuanian
Russian
Slovak
Spanish
CODE
CZ
EN
EE
FI
FR
DE
GR
IS
LV
LT
RU
SK
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IMPORTANT: To change the language once
the system has already been configured you
need to reset the device to the default settings.
To do this press the reset button (located inside
the upper half of the device), wait until the LED
indicator blinks 5 times, then disconnect the
power supply.
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4. TROUBLESHOOTING
Fault
Lens indicator OFF
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•
•
Indicator is blinking once a second •
•
•
System does not send any SMS/ •
text messages and/or does not •
ring
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•
SMS/text message received: “In- •
correct Format”
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•
•
Possible reason
No mains 230V power
Power supply connector is unplugged
Signal too weak or out of coverage
SIM card is missing
PIN code hasn’t been disabled
SIM card is not active
SIM card account is depleted
Incorrect SIM central number
No network signal
User number is not programmed in (or call was made
from an unprogrammed number and access from such
numbers has been disabled)
Wrong syntax
Space is in wrong place in text/SMS message
Manufacturer default password has not been changed
The NR1 user has not been programmed in
Your existing EPIR2 does not
recognise an ELDES wireless
device
EITHER
• Wireless mode is disabled. Please refer to ELDES Configuration Tool software to enable it.
Some users are not getting
arm-disarm and/or alarm notifications.
OR
• Wireless device battery is out of energy or the device is
not switched ON.
• If you normally configure your EPIR2 by SMS/text message, you should be aware that there are some user options which can be set when using the Configuration Tool
but not when using configuration by SMS. Review system
settings using the Configuration Tool and you will see a
fuller picture of settings for individual users.
If you cannot find the answer to your problem above, please contact your local distributor.
More up to date information about your device and other ELDES products can be found at
www.eldes.lt
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5. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR ADVANCED USERS
This section contains the wiring diagrams and other system features, such as remote configuration via GPRS network connection and firmware upgrade procedure.
Your EPIR2 system comes equipped with wired zone and output terminals, therefore you may
wish to connect a wired sensor, wired siren or a LED indicator to your EPIR2.
The wired output can be used for wired siren connection or for system condition indication, while
the wired zone is intended for one wired sensor connection.
5.1. How to connect a wired siren or a LED indicator to the wired output
The output can be set to operate either as a siren output leading the connected wired siren activation in case of alarm or for showing the following system conditions by a connected LED indicator:
• NO SIM Inserted - SIM card not present. The LED indicator will flash if the SIM card is not
present in the EPIR2.
• SIM PIN Enabled - PIN code left enabled. The LED indicator will flash with pauses if the PIN
code is not disabled on the SIM card that is inserted in the EPIR2.
• GSM Operator Error - GSM connection error. The LED indicator will flash with pauses in
case of this error.
• Exit/Entry Delay - Exit and entry delay time-out. The LED indicator will flash during countdown of exit and entry delay time-out.
• Zone Z1 Violated - Zone Z1 violation. When PIR detector’s zone Z1 is violated, the LED
indicator will illuminate and turn OFF when the detector’s zone Z1 is restored.
• Alarm - System alarm. The LED indicator will turn ON in case of alarm and turn OFF when
the alarm ends.
• System Armed - System armed or disarmed. LED indicator will be illuminated once the system is armed and turned OFF once the system is disarmed.
Wired siren/bell
1. Remove the terminal block from the slot.
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2. Loosen the screws of the terminals using a flathead screwdriver.
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3. Connect BELL wire (usually – red) of the wired bell/siren to BELL+ terminal, while the GND
(usually - black) wire to BELL - / COM terminal.
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GND
BELL- / COM
BELL
Z2
BELL+
The wired siren/bell,
connected to the wired
output, must be piezo
type and powered from
+8... +15V. The current
consumption must not
exceed 150 mA.
4. Screw in the terminals.
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5. Insert back the terminal block.
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6. Set the Output Mode as Siren under Management section in the ELDES Configuration Tool
software.
NOTE: No additional power supply is required for the siren/bell.
NOTE: For a more convenient installation, we recommend using EWS1 and EWS2 wireless sirens.
System condition indication by LED indicator
1. Remove the terminal block from the slot.
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2. Loosen the screws of the terminals using a flathead screwdriver.
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3. Connect LED indicator’s anode lead (longer) to any of 1 kΩ nominal resistor lead and to the
BELL+ terminal, while the cathode lead (shorter) to BELL - / COM terminal.
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BELL- / COM
resistor 1 kΩ
Z2
BELL+
LED
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4. Screw in the terminals.
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5. Insert back the terminal block.
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5. Under Management section in ELDES Configuration Tool software, set the Output Mode
as Indicator and under the Output Indication column, enable the check-box (-es)
corresponding to the desired system conditions, e. g. System Armed check-box.
NOTE: The resistor and the LED indicator are NOT supplied with the EPIR2 system and are
NOT mandatory to use. Please, obtain these components from your local store if desired.
5.2. How to connect a sensor to the wired zone
EPIR2 system comes equipped with the wired zone, therefore you may wish to connect a wired
sensor to your system.
5.2.1.Connecting a wired sensor of NO (normally open) type
1. Remove the terminal block from the slot.
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2. Loosen the screws of the terminals using a flathead screwdriver.
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3. Connect the Z wire (usually – yellow) of the wired detection device to Z2 terminal, while the
COM (usually - green) wire to BELL - / COM terminal.
4. Connect the 5.6 kΩ nominal resistor, supplied with your EPIR2 system, across BELL- / COM and
Z2 terminal in parallel to the connected wires of the detection device.
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resistor 5,6 kΩ
BELL- / COM
COM
Z2
BELL+
Z
Magnet
5. Screw in the terminals.
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6. Insert back the terminal block.
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7. Set Zone Status of Z2 to Enabled under Zones/On Board section in ELDES Configuration Tool
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1. Remove the terminal block from the slot.
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2. Loosen the screws of the terminals using a flathead screwdriver.
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3. Connect the Z wire (usually – yellow) of the wired detection device to any terminal of the 5.6
kΩ nominal resistor (supplied with your EPIR2 system), while the other resistor terminal - to
Z2 terminal.
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4. Connect the COM (usually - green) wire to BELL - / COM terminal.
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BELL- / COM
resistor 5,6 kΩ
Z2
COM
BELL+
Z
Magnet
5. Screw in the terminals.
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6. Insert back the terminal block.
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7. Set Zone Status of Z2 to Enabled under Zones/On Board section in ELDES Configuration Tool
software.
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5.3. How to connect to the system remotely via GPRS connection
Before configuring EPIR2 remotely via GPRS connection, make sure that:
• SIM card is inserted into EPIR2 device.
• Mobile internet service is enabled on the SIM card.
• Power supply is connected to EPIR2.
• Default SMS password is changed to a new 4-digit password;
• At least User1 phone number is set up
• APN, user name & password are set up.
5.3.1.Establishing remote connection between EPIR2 system and configuration server
Initiate the
Connection to
ELDES Server
In order to activate a remote GPRS connection between EPIR2
system and ELDES configuration server, please, send the
following SMS message from a preset user phone number.
Upon successful SMS message delivery, the system
establishes a connection session for 20 minutes. An SMS
reply is sent containing device IMEI number and confirming
that the connection has been successfully established.
SMS
Initiate the
Connection to ThirdParty Server
SMS text:
XXXX_STCONFIG
Example: 1111_STCONFIG
In case it is necessary to establish a connection between
EPIR2 system and a third-party configuration server, send the
following SMS message.
SMS
SMS text:
XXXX_STCONFIG:IPaddress:Port or
XXXX_STCONFIG:HostName:Port
Value: IPaddress – public IP address of third-party
configuration server; Port – port number of
thirdparty configuration server, HostName - public
host-name of third-party configuration server.
Example: 1111_STCONFIG:62.80.115.102:4522
NOTE: Public IP address (host-name) and port number are necessary when connecting to a
third-party-server for the first time only. When connecting to the server next time, XXXX_
stconfig is enough as the IP address (host-name) and port number are saved in the device
memory after the first successful connection.
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5.3.2. Connecting to ELDES configuration server using ELDES Configuration Tool
software
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Run ELDES Configuration Tool software.
•
Press Remote Configuration button.
•
In the next window, select Connect
to Remote Server (recommended)
and press Next button.
•
Enter the received IMEI number
in Device IMEI entry.
•
Press Continue button.
•
Upon the successfully established
connection, the system prompts
for an administrator password.
•
By entering a valid administrator
password, the sys­tem grants access
to full configuration remotely.
•
Remote Configuration
Management window displays all
performed configuration actions.
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5.3.3. Ending the configuration process
Shut down the
Connection with the
Server
After the system configuration is complete, use one of the following methods to end the con­figuration process:
• Press Disconnect button and close ELDES Configuration Tool software;
• Wait for the system to reply with an SMS message confirming the end of the session;
• Shut down the connection with the server at any time
by sending an SMS message.
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SMS text:
XXXX_ENDCONFIG
Example: 1111_ENDCONFIG
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5.4. How to reset the system to default settings
1. Unplug USB cable (if any)
2. Open EPIR2 enclosure.
3. Press and hold the RESET button.
4. Wait for the LED to flash quickly several times.
5. Power down EPIR2.
6. Power up EPIR2.
7. Configuration has been restored to default.
5.5. How to upgrade the firmware locally via USB connection
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Disconnect the power supply and backup battery..
Open EPIR2 enclosure.
Connect EPIR2 to the PC via USB cable.
Press and hold the RESET button.
Connect the power supply.
Release the RESET button after the new window pops-up containing a .bin file. Otherwise open
My Computer and look for Boot Disk drive.
7. Delete the .bin file located in this drive.
8. Copy and paste in the very same window.
9. After the copying is done, power down EPIR2.
10. Unplug USB cable.
11. Power up EPIR2.
12. Firmware upgraded.
5.6. How to upgrade the firmware remotely via GPRS connection
FOTA
EPIR2 alarm system supports FOTA (firmware-over-the-air)
feature. This allows to upgrade the firmware remotely via
GPRS connection. Once the upgrade process is initiated, the
system connects to the specified FTP server address where
the firmware file is hosted and begins downloading and reflashing the firmware. The firmware file must be located in a
folder titled Firmware. In order to initiate the upgrade process, please, send the following SMS message.
SMS
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SMS text:
XXXX_FOTA:ftp-server-IP,port,
firmware-file-name.bin,user-name,password
Value: ftp-server-IP - IP address of FTP server
where EPIR2 firmware file is stored; port - port
number of FTP server (usually - 21); firmware-file-name.bin - name of the firmware file, allowed
max. length - up to 31 character; user-name - user
name of FTP server login, allowed max. length - up
to 31 character; password - password of FTP server
login, allowed max. length - up to 31 character.
Example: 1111_FOTA:84.15.143.111,21,EPIR2fw.
bin,eldesuser,eldespassword
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ATTENTION: Comma character is NOT allowed to use in user name and firmware file name.
ATTENTION: “ELDES UAB” does not run a FTP server and does not host the firmware files
online. Please, contact your local dealer to request the latest firmware file.
NOTE: It is strongly recommended to restore default parameters after the firmware upgrade.
For product warranty repair service, please contact the local dealer from whom this product was
purchased
If your problem could not be fixed by the self-guide above, please, contact your distributor. More
up to date information about your device and other products can be found at the manufacturer’s
website www.eldes.lt
5.7. Monitoring station
Your EPIR2 system can be configured to report events to the monitoring station by transmitting data
messages to the monitoring station. The system connects to the monitoring station when the MS
(Monitoring Station) mode is enabled. For more details, please refer to EPIR2 Configuration Manual
located at www.eldes.lt/en/download
5.8. SMART SECURITY
EPIR2 system supports a Smart Security feature based on user-friendly graphical interface that can
be accessed via web browser or a smart-phone application developed for Android and iPhone. Smart
security feature easily allows to arm/disarm the system, monitor system status and alerts.
5.8.1. Before running SMART SECURITY on EPIR2, please ensure that:
•
SIM card is inserted into EPIR2 device.
•
GPRS connection is enabled on the SIM card.
•
Power supply is connected to EPIR2
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Default 4-digit SMS password is changed to a new one;
•
A phone number is set up for at least User 1.
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APN, User name and Password set.
NOTE: To set APN, User name and Password, please refer to ELDES Configuration Tool software.
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5.8.2. Creating a SMART SECURITY account
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Type in the following address in your web
browser: http://security.eldes.lt
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Press Register
•
In the next window fill in username,
password, email address, your personal
details verification code and press Register
button.
•
Now open your email inbox and look for a
new email message received from ELDES.
The email message will contain an account
activation link. Please, click on the link to
confirm your account registration.
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5.8.3. Adding your device to SMART SECURITY account.
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Return to http://security.eldes.lt and enter the login
details.
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After successful login process you will be requested
to fill in your device details in Create Device window.
In this window, please, fill in the following details:
•
•
Name – name of your device displayed in the
main screen view of SMART SECURITY.
•
Smart Security ID – a unique multi-character
security number provided with every EPIR2 unit.
This ID number can be retreived using ELDES
Configuration Tool software or by sending the
following SMS message from User 1 – User 10
phone number: XXXX_smart_id
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Device Model – select EPIR from the list.
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After filling in the device details, press Create
button.
5.8.4. Controlling your device via SMART SECURITY.
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After adding the device to the account time you will be brought to the next window Devices. In
addition, a 6-month trial License Key will be granted for your each device added for the first time
to your account. In this window you can view the following information on your EPIR2 device:
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•
•
•
•
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Online/Offline – device connection status.
„Test Device“ – custom device name provided by you.
ID – internal sequence number of the server.
Imei – uniqe hardcoded GSM modem number of your EPIR2 device.
License Key – a special key number provided after its‘ purchase. This key allows to
continue using SMART SECURITY.
Edit button – press to view and edit your device details
Delete button – press to remove your device from SMART SECURITY account.
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Press Control button to start controlling your security system and electrical appliances. In the
next window you can arm/disarm the alarm system, view battery, network, temperature status,
alarm reports and control electrical appliances.
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5.8.5. Obtaining a new License Key
•
When the period of your 6-month trial
License Key is over, you will have to
purchase a new key via PayPal. Press
PayPal Extend License located in the
Devices in Use section of Devices
window.
•
In the next window follow the
instructions of the PayPal system to
complete the purchasing procedure.
•
After the purchase is complete,
the License Key validity extends
automatically for a specified device.
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6. Related products
EWP1 - wireless PIR sensor (motion detector)
EWD1 - magnetic door contact
EWS1 - internal siren
EWS2 - external siren
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EWK1 - wireless keyfob
EWF1 – wireless smoke detector
EW1 - wireless zone and PGM output
expansion module
EW1B - battery-powered wireless zone and
PGM output expansion module
EKB3W – wireless LED keypad
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EWK2 - wireless keyfob
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