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USER MANUAL
QSDL503AD
Intelligent Auto-Dial Alarm System
Rev 10.28.2009
QSDL503AD USER MANUAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section 1:USAGE ................................................................................................................................ 1
Section 2:FEATURES ......................................................................................................................... 1
Section 3:PACKAGE CONTENTS ...................................................................................................... 1
Section 4:SYSTEM INSTALLATION ................................................................................................... 2
4.1: Main Control Panel ........................................................................................................... 2
4.2: Wireless Indoor Lighted Siren ......................................................................................... 2
4.3: Magnetic Window/Door Sensor Alarms .......................................................................... 3
4.4: Infrared Sensor (with Mounting Bracket)........................................................................ 3
4.5: Magnetic Code Controller ................................................................................................ 4
Section 5:SETTING UP THE MAIN CONTROL PANEL ..................................................................... 5
Section 6:SETTING UP THE MAGNETIC CODE CONTROLLER ...................................................... 6
Section 7:TURNING YOUR SYSTEM ON ........................................................................................... 7
Section 8:SETTING UP THE ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES ............................................................. 8
Section 9:TECHNICAL DATA ............................................................................................................. 9
Section 10:
LOCATION SUGGESTIONS ....................................................................................... 10
Section 11:
DIAGRAM .................................................................................................................... 11
Q-SEE PRODUCT WARRANTY ........................................................................................................ 12
CUSTOMER INFORMATION CARD .................................................................................................. 13
QSDL503AD USER MANUAL
Section 1:
USAGE
Ideal for use in a home, business or warehouse environment and virtually anywhere an
increased amount of anti-theft assurance is needed. This Auto-Dialing Wireless Alarm System
deters unwanted intruders from entering by emitting a high pitched alarm signal if the
parameters of the secured area have been breached. Once the alarm is triggered, the system
then automatically dials the telephone numbers you store in its memory with a pre-recorded
message notifying you of the intrusion.
Section 2:
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FEATURES
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Wireless 433MHz Auto-Dial Alarm System
Program up to Six Telephone Numbers to Automatically Dial Out with Pre-Recorded Voice
Message in Case of Emergency
Panic Mode
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Code Enabled Arm and Disarm
Remote Access Arm and Disarm
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Voice Recording Function
Battery Operated Setting Storage and Dial Out Capability During Power Loss
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Ability to Add up to 38 Accessories
Easy Do-It-Yourself Installation
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Easy to Program and Use
Section 3:
PACKAGE CONTENTS
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One Main Control Panel
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One Wireless Indoor Lighted Siren
Four Magnetic Window/Door Sensor Alarms (Batteries Included)
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Two Infrared Sensors (With Brackets)
One Magnetic Code Controller
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One Standard Telephone Wire
One Adapter (9V 300mA)
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Two Lithium Batteries (3.7V, 850mA)
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Section 4:
4.1:
SYSTEM INSTALLATION
Main Control Panel
1. Connect one end of the enclosed standard telephone wire to the wire inlet on the Main
Control Panel (See Picture 1) and the other end to the telephone.
2. Plug the jack of enclosed adapter into the DC plug of the Main Control Panel (See
Picture 1) and connect the AC plug into a wall plug or surge protector.
3. Load 4 “AAA” batteries into the back of the Main Control Panel to use as a backup
energy source in the event of a power failure.
4. It is recommended to install the Main Control Panel in a discreet location and out of
clear view of a potential intruder.
5. As depicted in Picture 1, the ON/OFF switch on the left side of the Main Control Panel
allows you to turn the power to your system on or off. When you turn the system on, the
indicator light on the front of the Main Control Panel will emit a red light and you will hear
a single beep indicating that the power is on.
Antenna
Input
ON/OFF
DC Plug
Phone
Input
(Side View 1)
(Front View)
(Side View 2)
(Picture 1)
4.2: Wireless Indoor Lighted Siren
1. Remove the battery compartment cover on the back of the Wireless Indoor
Lighted Siren and insert the enclosed L+ Battery. Replace the battery
compartment cover and mount the Wireless Indoor Lighted Siren in a location
that is elevated and in plain sight.
2. The LED light on the front of the Wireless Indoor Lighted Siren (See Picture 2)
will notify you that the device is powered on by flashing in 5 second intervals.
(Picture 2)
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4.3:
Magnetic Window/Door Sensor Alarms
1. Position the Magnetic Window/Door Sensor Alarm (Picture 3)
along the conjoining edges of any window or door you wish to
protect using heavy duty double-sided adhesive tape. It is
recommended to use your Magnetic Window/Door Sensor
Alarms on entries and windows that are most susceptible to
break-ins and vulnerable to intruders.
2. To ensure maximum performance of your Magnetic Window/Door
Sensor Alarms, position the edge of the alarm transmitter no
more than 10mm away from the edge of the magnet.
(Picture 3)
4.4:
Infrared Sensor (with Mounting Bracket)
1. Remove the battery compartment cover on the back of the
Infrared Sensor, insert 4 “AA” alkaline batteries and replace the
battery compartment cover.
2. Hang the Mounting Bracket (using the included hardware) at
approximately 3-5 feet high in an area that is free from
obstruction.
3. Attach the Infrared Sensor (Picture 4) to the Mounting Bracket
after you have decided on your desired location and adjust the
directional angle to a degree that maximizes the scope of the
Infrared Sensor. It is suggested that you keep the area around
your Infrared Sensor clear of obstacles and avoid placing it in
direct sunlight.
(Picture 4)
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4.5:
Magnetic Code Controller
1. Remove the battery compartment cover on the front of the Magnetic Code Controller (Picture 5), insert
3 “AA” alkaline batteries and replace the battery compartment cover.
2. Decide on the location you would like to attach your Magnetic Code Controller. It is recommended to
use a door that is central to your home and in an area that is easy for you to access.
3. Attach the Magnetic Code Controller to the door molding using heavy duty double-sided adhesive tape
or mount it down using a small size screw.
4. Peel the protective film off the double sided tape on the back of the Magnetic Sensor (Picture 5) and
affix it to the edge of the door. Make sure to align the Magnetic Code Controller and Magnetic Sensor
so that they are no more than 10mm (1/3”) apart as illustrated in Picture 6.
Distance
Cannot be
Greater
than 10mm
(1/3”)
(Picture 5)
(Picture 6)
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Section 5:
SETTING UP THE MAIN CONTROL PANEL
Display Screen
Indicator Light
Record
Panic (Alarm)
Code
Microphone
Lock Keypad
(Picture 7)
After loading the batteries in the Wireless Indoor Lighted Siren, Infrared Sensors and Magnetic
Window/Door Sensors, you are now ready to configure the Main Control Panel. Turning the Main
Control Panel ON will generate the message NO-SAVE in the Display Panel. This means that your
system has no information stored and must be configured in order to operate. To set your system up
correctly, you will need to do the following:
1. Record an Outgoing Message into your System: Your alarm system will call you in the event of a
security breach with a pre-recorded outgoing message. Press the REC button on the front of your
Main Control Unit (See Picture 7) in order to begin recording your outgoing message. Once you press
the REC button, the system will respond by displaying a message that says REC in the Display
Screen (Picture 7). Once this message is displayed, you can begin recording a 10 second message.
You will hear an audible beep when you have reached the allotted 10 seconds. You have now set up
the outgoing message that will be played when your system auto dials the telephone numbers you
need to configure in step 2.
2. Program up to 6 Telephone Numbers into your System: Your alarm system will call you in the
event of a security breach with a pre-recorded outgoing message. To program the telephone numbers
your system will automatically dial, press the following keys on the front your Main Control Unit
(Picture 7):  + 1 + 10 Digit Telephone Number + #
Use the same sequence of keys above to program up to 6 telephone numbers. For each number you
successfully store, your system will respond by displaying a Serial Number in the Display Screen that
corresponds to the order of entry (the first number you store will generate the Serial Number 1, the
second will display the Serial Number 2, the third will display the Serial Number 3, and so on). The
order in which your system dials out in the event of a security breach correlates to the Serial Number.
To erase the telephone numbers saved into your system, press the  + # keys on the front of your
Main Control Unit (Picture 7). You will hear an audible beep informing you that you have successfully
erased the numbers stored in your system.
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Section 6:
SETTING UP THE MAGNETIC CODE CONTROLLER
Alarm Button – Press to
Instantly Activate the
Alarm in the event of an
emergency
Arm Button – Press to set
Your Magnetic Code
Controller in Arm Mode
(Picture 8)
Pressing the ARM button once on the Magnetic Code Controller will activate it after 30 seconds. After 30
seconds, the Controller is actively on and protecting the doorway that you chose to mount it on. You must
deactivate the Magnetic Code Controller in order to gain access to the doorway by entering in a 4-digit
Access Code.
The default Access Code on your Magnetic Code Controller is 0123. To change this number, hold down
the ARM button continuously for 3 seconds until you hear a beep. Press the 4 digit code of your choice
followed by the ARM button. You have now reset your Magnetic Code Controller Access Code. You
must use this Access Code to deactivate your Magnetic Code Controller and to turn off the alarm in the
event that the door the Controller is protecting has been opened improperly.
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Section 7:
TURNING YOUR SYSTEM ON
1. Once you have configured your Main Control Unit and your Magnetic Code Controller, you can
now use your alarm system. With the power to your Main Control Unit on, press the ARM button
on the Magnetic Code Controller (Picture 8). You will hear the Main Control Unit and the Wireless
Indoor Lighted Siren respond by beeping to let you know that they are on and armed. You will
also see the message “SAVE” displayed on the display screen of your Main Control Unit.
2. Your system is now on and after 30 seconds, you can no longer enter through any protected
windows or entry ways without triggering the system’s alarm. Entry through any of the doorways
or windows being protected will constitute a breach of security and your system will immediately
respond by emitting a high pitched alarm from the Wireless Indoor Lighted Siren and automatically
dialing out to the stored telephone numbers.
3. Pressing the “ALARM” button on your Main Control Unit should be used in the event of an
emergency as it also constitutes a breach of security and will trigger all the alarms on your system
instantaneously. The Wireless Indoor Siren will respond with a high pitched alarm and your Main
Control Unit will automatically dial out to all stored numbers in the event the “ALARM” button is
pushed.
4. Entering your 4 digit Access Code in the Magnetic Code Controller will disarm the system and
allow you to enter without triggering the system.
5. It is time to replace the batteries in your Wireless Indoor Siren when the LED light on the front flashes
in 5 second intervals. Your Infrared Sensor will notify you that it is time to change the batteries when
the LED light on the front is yellow.
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Section 8:
SETTING UP THE ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES
To enable communication between the Main Control Unit and the various accessories, you must follow
these steps:
1.
To Connect the Main Control Unit to the Wireless Indoor Lighted Siren: Press the
CODE button on the front of the Main Control Unit and the CODE button on the back of the
Wireless Indoor Lighted Siren simultaneously. You will hear a beep from both the Main
Control Unit and the Wireless Indoor Lighted Siren indicating that you have successfully
enabled these two devices to communicate after approximately 30 seconds.
2.
To Connect the Magnetic Window/Door Sensor Alarm: Turn the switch on the side of
the Magnetic Window/Door Sensor Alarm to the “RF+Alarm” position. This will enable
communication between the Magnetic Window/Door Sensor Alarm and the Wireless Indoor
Siren which is connected to your Main Control Unit. You will hear a beep from both the Main
Control Unit and the Wireless Indoor Lighted Siren indicating that you have successfully
enabled communication between these devices after approximately 30 seconds
3.
To Connect the Infrared Sensor to the Main Control Unit: Point the Infrared Sensor to a
moving object until the LED blinks. This will enable communication between the Magnetic
Window/Door Sensor Alarm and the Wireless Indoor Siren which is connected to your Main
Control Unit. You will hear a beep from both the Main Control Unit and the Wireless Indoor
Lighted Siren indicating that you have successfully enabled communication between these
devices after approximately 30 seconds.
4.
To Connect the Magnetic Code Controller to the Main Control Unit: Press the ALARM
button on the Magnetic Code Controller. This will enable communication between the
Magnetic Window/Door Sensor Alarm and the Wireless Indoor Siren which is connected to
your Main Control Unit. You will hear a beep from both the Main Control Unit and the
Wireless Indoor Lighted Siren indicating that you have successfully enabled communication
between these devices after approximately 30 seconds.
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Section 9:
TECHNICAL DATA
Main Control Unit:
Input voltage: DC6V-9V
Working current: <12 m A
Receive frequency: 433.5MHZ-434MHZ
Infrared Sensor:
• Input volts: DC4.5V (AAAx4)
• Stand by current: <0.1mA
• Transmission current: <8mA
• Transmission frequency: 433.5MHZ-434MHZ
• Transmission distance: >100m (330 ft) (open area)
• Inductive distance: >5m (16 ft) (open area)
• Low voltage indication: <3.1V +/- 0.1V
Magnetic Window/Door Sensor Alarm:
• Input volts: DC4.5V (Lr44x3)
• Standby current: <10uA
• Transmission current: <8mA
• Transmission frequency: 433.5MHZ-434MHZ
• Transmission distance: >100m (300 ft) (open area)
Magnetic Code Controller:
• Input volts: DC4.5V (AAAx3)
• Standby current: <10uA
• Transmission current: <5mA
• Transmission frequency: 433.5MHZ-434MHZ
• Transmission distance: >100m (open area)
Wireless Indoor Lighted Siren:
• Power volts: AC 220V DC3.7V
• Standby current: <10uA
• Alarm current: <200mA
• Alarm volume: >90dB (within 0.5m)
• Receive frequency: 433.5MHZ-434MHZ
• Direct-current indication: < 4.3V
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Section 10: LOCATION SUGGESTIONS
Wireless Indoor
Lighted Siren
–
Infrared Sensor
Magnetic Code
Controller
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Section 11: DIAGRAM
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Q-SEE PRODUCT WARRANTY
Thank You for Choosing a Q-See Product!
All of our products are backed by a conditional service warranty covering all hardware for 12 months from the
date of purchase. Additionally, our products also come with a free exchange policy that covers all
manufacturing defects for one month from the date of purchase.
Liability Exclusions:
Any product malfunction or abnormalities in operation or damage caused by the following reasons are not
within the free service scope of our company:
(1) Equipment damage caused by improper operation.
(2) Improper equipment operation environment and conditions (e.g., improper power, extreme
environmental temperatures, humidity, lightning and sudden surges of electricity).
(3) Damage caused by acts of nature (e.g., earthquake, fire, etc).
(4) Equipment damage caused by the maintenance of personnel not authorized by Q-See.
(5) Product sold over 12 months ago.
In order to fulfill the terms of your warranty, you must complete the registration process after purchasing our
product. To do this, simply fill out the User’s Information Card below and fax or mail it in to us at the
information listed below. You can also register the product by going to the www.q-see.com website and
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CUSTOMER INFORMATION CARD
User’s Name
Mr./Mrs.
Company Name
Postal Address
Postal Code
Phone Number
E-mail
Model Number of Product
Serial Number of Product
Purchase Date
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1. Our products are under continual improvement and we reserve the right to make changes without notice.
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2. We do not accept any responsibility for any harm caused by using our product.
3. The product picture may differ from the actual product, which is only for your reference. The accessories
may be different according to the region you purchased our product. For more information on specific
accessories, please contact your local distributor.
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