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United Security Products
Model AVD-45b
Automatic Voice Dialer
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Installation and Instruction Manual
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing United Security Products Model AVD-45b, the single
channel voice dialer that can be incorporated into hard wired or wireless security
systems or used as a stand-alone unit. This versatile dialer can be easily expanded to
operate in conjunction with an alarm, temperature or water level sensor, or any other
sensor that can provide the appropriate trigger.
The AVD-45b is compatible with continuous, momentary, normally closed (NC)
and normally open (NO) dry contact or voltage sensors. It can be programmed to
sequentially dial any combination of four standard telephone, most cellular telephones,
alpha/voice pagers and/or numeric pagers. The dialer features busy-line and no answer
detection to ensure timely transmission of the recorded message of up to 16 seconds.
This manual describes how to set up, install and operate the AVD-45b. Please read
the entire booklet before operating the dialer. For specific questions or problems,
contact a USP Technical Service Representative at (858) 597-6677, Monday – Friday,
7:30 AM - 4:00 PM, Pacific Standard Time.
Package Contents
??Model AVD-45b Automatic Voice Dialer
??7-foot, 2-conductor jacket telephone cable with RJ11 plug attached
??7-foot jacketed, 4 conductor power/alarm cable
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AVD-45b PANEL DISPLAY
12V
STANDBY
BATTERY
+
12V
-
ALARM
RED
BLACK
YELLOW
WHITE
TEL LINE
REAR VIEW
LCD
Speaker
MIC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*
0
#
P
R
M
AVD-45b
Automatic Voice Dialer
9V ALKALINE
BATTERY
BACK VIEW
FRONT VIEW
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Keypad
Mode
Program/
Pause
N.C./N.O. DRY CONTACT ACTIVATION HOOKUP
PANEL OR SENSOR
NC, NO, MOMENTARY, OR
CONTINUOUS ALARM
ACTIVATION
PP-1
STANDBY
BATTERY
(optional)
12VDC
+
-
ALARM
RED
BLACK
YELLOW
WHITE
RED
GREEN
Make sure unit is set to “OFF” prior
to wiring and phone line hook-up.
TEL LINE
Notes:
1. In momentary mode the dialer automatically dials all numbers
even after the alarm input is restored to non-alarm. To stop dialing
you must press the M button to switch the unit to the OFF mode.
2. In continuous mode the alarm condition must be maintained for
the dialer to complete it’s dialing cycle (typically 7 minutes).
Dialing stops when the alarm input is restored to non-alarm or by
pressing the M button.
3. Match the power cables colored wires to the corresponding
outputs on the alarm panel. Do the same for the telephone cable.
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VOLTAGE LEVEL ACTIVATION HOOKUP
WHEN THE ALARM OUTPUT VOLTAGE IS RELAY DRIVEN, YOU MUST ADD A 1K RESISTOR
ACROSS ALARM OUTPUT TERMINALS. HOOK UP DIALER AS SHOWN BELOW.
PP-1
STANDBY
BATTERY
(optional)
Note: You may either program for momentary or
continuous voltage activation. In continuous mode, make
sure that the alarm condition is maintained for minimum 7
minutes to allow all numbers to be dialed. Pressing the M
button immediately resets the dialer.
ALARM CONTROL PANEL
W/VOLTAGE TRIGGER
ALARM OUTPUT
12VDC
+
RED
-
ALARM
-
+
1K
BLACK
YELLOW
WHITE
INSTALL 1K OHM
RESISTOR HERE IF
ALARM OUTPUT IS
RELAY DRIVEN
RED
GREEN
TEL LINE
Alarm when voltage goes
from 0 to +V (5 to 28Vmax).
Program for N.C. operation.
Make sure unit is set to “OFF” prior
to wiring and phone line hook-up.
Alarm when voltage goes
from +V (5 to 28Vmax) to 0.
Program for N.O. operation.
Match the power cables colored wires to the corresponding
outputs on the alarm panel. Do the same for the telephone
cable.
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PROGRAMMING THE DIALER
IMPORTANT: Before operating the AVD-45b, make sure wiring is correct and
power is set within specified limits. Recording and data recall can be performed
without connection to a telephone line. We strongly recommend that final testing be
performed under simulated alarm conditions, and that confirmation of transmission
be obtained from the numbers dialed.
Model AVD-45b stores and dials up to 4 telephone numbers and/or pager numbers. Each
number may contain up to 28 digits, including a maximum of 10 “pause” segments (a pause is 2
seconds long and counts as a digit) and an optional “pound” tone for pager dialing.
Once a connection is made, the dialer will deliver a recorded voice message of up to 16 seconds
or a numeric code for pager messaging. The dialer will repeat the voice message two times per call,
to ensure that a full message is delivered. If the phone number is busy or not answered within 8 rings,
the AVD-45b will automatically dial the next programmed number.
Assuming an uninterrupted alarm (a minimum 7 minutes if programmed in continuous mode),
the dialer will go through the numbers a second time, and call in an attempt to deliver the message
twice to each programmed number. It will automatically call a pager # twice. If any numbers are busy
or unanswered, the dialer will continue calling (up to 10 times per programmed number) in an attempt
to deliver the voice message or until the alarm condition is terminated. In the TEST mode only, the
respective location numbers and telephone numbers will appear in the LCD to show the calls are in
process.
NOTE: If any numbers are used for alpha/voice pager designations that require operator assistance, the pager service
should be notified, to ensure proper interpretation of the message.
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PROGRAMMING THE DIALER
How to store phone numbers
Follow these directions to store up to 4 telephone numbers in the dialer’s memory. Please remember
that local ordinances may prohibit automatic dialing of police, fire departments and other emergency
agencies.
The AVD-45b will call up to 4 numbers. This can be any combination of regular telephones, cellular
telephones or pagers. The 4 numbers being called will be stored in locations 1-4. Any of locations 1-4 can
store up to 28 digits and dial a telephone or pager. If dialing less than 4 numbers, simply leave the latter
location(s) empty and the unit will automatically skip them.
To program telephone numbers:
1. Supply power to the AVD-45b.
2. The AVD-45b has four modes (PROGRAM, TEST, OPERATE, and OFF) indicated in the upper part of
the LCD. Make sure the unit is in the “PROGRAM” mode. If it is not, press the MODE (“M”) button to
change modes.
To store “voice” telephone numbers in memory locations 1 through 4 (see p. 9 for pagers)
1. At the “PROGRAM: NUMBERS” prompt, press “1” (YES).
2. Press all the digits of the first number to be dialed. Check the LCD while programming to make sure the
correct numbers are pressed.
3. After inputting the entire phone number (1 + area code if needed), press the PROGRAM/PAUSE (“P”)
button (momentarily), then the “1” key. This will store the number in location 1.
4. Repeat step 1, then press all the digits for the second number to be dialed. Check the LCD, press the
PROGRAM/PAUSE (“P”) button (momentarily), then the “2” key. This will store the number in location
2.
5. Repeat the process, if needed, for locations 3 and 4.
NOTE: Multiple pauses are used when dialing a pager or cell phone, in which case during the
OPERATE mode the stored voice message will be played.
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PROGRAMMING THE DIALER
Example 1: Store telephone number 1-800-555-1212 in Location 1.
Program/Pause
(Press momentarily)
Press:
1
8
0
0
5
5
5
1
2
1
2
P
Example 2: Store telephone number 555-1212 in Location 2.
Program/Pause
(Press momentarily)
Press:
5
5
5
1
2
1
2
P
2
Follow the steps above to store the desired numbers in Memory Locations 3 and 4.
Note: If you enter the wrong number or wish to change a programmed number, press the
MODE (“M”) button until “PROGRAM: NUMBERS” prompt appears, enter “1” (YES)
and enter the number then the location (see example 1 or 2 above).
To completely erase numbers already stored in memory locations:
1. Set dialer to “PROGRAM: NUMBERS” prompt.
2. Press “1” (YES).
3. Press PROGRAM/PAUSE (momentarily).
4. Press the number (1,2,3 or 4) for the memory location to be erased.
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PROGRAMMING THE DIALER
To store a pager number and numeric code
1. With the dialer at the “PROGRAM: NUMBERS” prompt, press “1” (YES).
2. Enter all the digits of the pager number to be dialed. Check the LCD to insure the correct numbers
are pressed.
3. After inputting the entire pager number (1 + area code if needed), press the PROGRAM/PAUSE
(“P”) button and hold it down for about 2 seconds. A “P” will appear in the LCD following the
number. If more pauses are required, simply repeat the process by releasing the “P” button and
pressing it again for 2 seconds. Up to 10 pauses are allowed.
4. After the pause sequence, input the numeric code to be delivered. This is the code that will be
displayed on the pager. (Note: Some pager services require a “#” sign at the end of the numeric
message for proper transmission. Also make sure that the total length of the number including
pauses and “#” does not exceed 28 characters).
5. Finally, press the PROGRAM/PAUSE (“P”) button (momentarily), then the “1” key. This will
store the number, pauses and the numeric code in location 1.
6. Repeat step 1, then press all the digits for the second pager number to be dialed. Check the LCD,
input pause(s), input the numeric code, then press the PROGRAM/PAUSE (“P”) button
(momentarily) and the “2” key. This will store the number in location 2.
7. Repeat the process, if needed, for locations 3 and 4.
8. You may store pager number and numeric code in any memory location (1-4).
9. When testing the pager operation, it is recommended that the AVD-45b be in the “OPERATE”
mode, connected to a phone line and the input triggered.
NOTE: A pause counts as one digit. Up to 10 pauses are allowed.
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PROGRAMMING THE DIALER
Example 1: Store pager number 555-1212 and numeric message
911 in Location 1.
Program/Pause
(Hold for 2 seconds)
Press:
5
5
5
1
2
1
2
P
9
Program/Pause
(Press momentarily)
1
1
P
1
Example 2: Store pager number 1-800-555-1212 with access code 3
and numeric message 911 in Location 2.
Program/Pause
(Hold for 2 seconds)
Press:
1
8
0
5
Enter if required by provider
Access
Code
3
0
#
9
1
1
5
5
1
2
1
2
P
Program/Pause
(Press momentarily)
#
P
2
Note: If you enter the wrong number or wish to change a programmed number, press
the MODE button until “PROGRAM: NUMBERS” prompt appears, enter “1” (YES)
and enter the number then the location (see example 1 or 2 above).
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PROGRAMMING THE DIALER
Programming Tone/Pulse and PBX
1. Press the “M” key until “PROGRAM: NUMBERS” appears in the LCD, then press “2”.
2. Press “1” (YES) at the “PROGRAM: T-LINE” prompt.
3. Press “1” (TONE) for touch tone phone service.
Press “2” (PULSE) for pulse (rotary) phone service.
4. After selecting TONE or PULSE, the LCD will display “PROGRAM: PBX”.
5. Press “1” (ON) to set for PBX phone system, then enter the PBX digit 0-9 (This will allow the unit to
dial the PBX digit, wait for a dial tone, then dial the stored number).
Press “2” (OFF) to set for regular phone system (Waits for a dial tone, then dials the stored number).
Programming Exit and Entry Delay
1. Press the “M” key until “PROGRAM: NUMBERS” appears in the LCD, then press “2” three times.
2. Press “1” (YES) at the “PROGRAM: CHANNEL” prompt.
3. Press “1” (ON) for a 60 second Exit delay (This provides a 60 second exit delay, after the AVD-45b is
set in the “OPERATE” mode, before the unit will react to a sensor trip, allowing time to exit).
Press “2” (OFF) for no Exit delay (This will allow the unit, when set in the “OPERATE” mode, to react
immediately to a sensor trip.
4. After selecting the Exit delay, the LCD should display “ENTRY DELAY”.
5. Press “1” (ON) for a 20 second Entry delay (This provides a 20 second entrance delay, after any exit
delay time has elapsed, before the unit will react to a sensor trip, allowing time to shut off).
6. Press “2” (OFF) for no Entry delay (This will allow the unit to react immediately to a sensor trip, after
any exit delay has elapsed.
NOTE: When using the AVD-45b with an alarm panel that already has Exit/Entry delays
programmed, EXIT and ENTRY should be programmed for “OFF” unless an additional delay is
needed.
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PROGRAMMING THE DIALER
7 Immediately after selecting Exit and Entry delays, the LCD displays input options; N.O./N.C. for either
normally open or normally closed contact operation. Select by entering 1 or 2, depending on the type
alarm contact used; select N.O. when input is shorted or N.C. when input opens during an alarm.
8 Next, select either 1(MOM) or 2(CONT) for momentary or continuous activation. Note: A momentary
alarm must be 0.5 seconds or longer for the dialer to dial all numbers in sequence, including all attempts
to re-dial. In the continuous mode the dialer stops dialing immediately when the input is restored to a
non-alarm state. Therefore, an alarm condition in the CONT mode must last long enough (7 minutes or
longer) to allow all numbers to be properly dialed.
How to record outgoing voice message
An outgoing message (OGM) of up to 16 seconds may be programmed into the AVD-45b. Once
recorded, this message will be repeated during activation 2 times, in sequence (starting with Location 1), to
each number designation. For best results, the OGM should be written down, practiced and timed before
recording.
1. Press the “M” key until “PROGRAM: NUMBERS” appears in the LCD, then press “2” twice.
2. Press “1” at the “PROGRAM: OGM” prompt.
3. Locate the microphone on the lower left corner of the AVD-45b. For best results when recording, speak
about 12 inches from the microphone in a clear and normal voice.
4. Press “*” key to initiate the recording process. “RECORDING” will appear in the LCD when recording.
The “*” key must be held down for the entire time of recording.
5. When the “*” key is released the message will be stored. Once the 16 seconds have elapsed, “DONE”
will appear in the LCD.
6. If you wish to change the OGM, repeat the preceding steps. The new OGM will automatically replace
the previous message.
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PROGRAMMING THE DIALER
To verify telephone numbers and OGM without phone line connection
Follow these directions to ensure the correct telephone numbers have been properly stored and the
recorded message satisfactory.
1. Press the “M” key until “TEST: T-LINE appears.
2. Press “1” (YES). The LCD will display the T-LINE configuration.
3. Press “1” (YES) at the “TEST: CHANNEL” prompt. The LCD will display the Delay configuration,
then the number stored in Location 1 followed by either the OGM or pager code.
4. This process will be repeated for each stored Location. Any empty Location will be skipped.
5. Press the “M” key three times to return to the program mode.
To verify telephone numbers and OGM with phone line connection
NOTE: A complete test should be performed in the “OPERATE” mode to ensure proper operation.
1. Before conducting an actual test under “OPERATE” mode, contact each of the designated emergency
numbers (Locations 1 through 4) to advise people that you are conducting a test. After the test, verify
that they received the message.
2. Apply power to the unit.
3. Press the “M” key until “OFF” appears in the LCD.
4. Connect the AVD-45b to an active phone line.
5. Make sure the sensor is in a non-alarm condition.
6. Press “M” until “OPERATE” appears in the LCD.
7. Trigger the sensor to simulate an alarm condition. If there are any delays programmed, the AVD-45b
will wait until they elapse before activating and dialing.
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8. The AVD-45b will sequentially dial the programmed Locations (1-4). If there is no number stored in a
location, it will be skipped. The OGM will be delivered when the AVD-45b receives an answer. (The
OGM will not be played through the speaker.) For pager numbers, the pager code will be transmitted
instead of an OGM.
9. The AVD-45b will automatically go through the next programmed Location repeating the same process.
The AVD-45b is now ready for operation.
Utilizing the EEPROM and CPU memory cell components, the AVD-45b will retain its’ memory in
the event of a power loss. The internal 9-volt alkaline battery will provide stand by power for
approximately 4 hours of operation. If more battery backup is needed, an optional rechargeable power pack
(USP part# PP-1 or PB12P Combination AC Adaptor/Rechargeable battery ) is available and plugs into
the AVD-45b, providing up to 24 hours of stand by power.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
LOCATION
Place the dialer on a flat level surface or mount the unit on the wall, away from extreme cold or heat,
direct sunlight, excessive humidity and away from equipment that generates a strong magnetic field.
Avoid placing near large metal objects and areas that produce smoke, dust or mechanical vibrations.
CARE
Clean the housing with a soft cloth lightly moistened with water or mild detergent solution. Never
use solvents such as alcohol or thinner. Do not allow liquids to spill into the unit.
OPTIONAL BACKUP
To ensure continuous operation during power outages, hookup to a 12VDC backup battery pack as
recommended.
CAUTION
Do not use the dialer if a gas leak is suspected or during lightning.
PROBLEMS
If liquid or a foreign object penetrates the unit, disconnect it immediately and contact your installer or
other qualified technician.
Before calling USP, please make sure …
?? You have read this manual and understood how to operate the dialer.
?? Your phone line is working.
?? You check out the entire system.
If you still have questions or concerns, call USP Technical Service Department between the hours of
7:30 AM and 4:00 PM, PST, Monday through Friday.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Federal Communications Commission Radio And Television Interference Statement For A
Class ‘B’ Device
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly, that
is, in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, may cause interference to radio and
television reception. It has been type tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class ‘B’
computing device in accordance with the specifications in Subpart B of FCC Rules and Regulations
(as outlined in the Code of Federal Regulation, Title 47), which are designed to provide reasonable
protection against such interference in a residential installation.
User Instructions
If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off, then on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
?? Reorient or relocate radio or television.
?? Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
?? Connect the equipment into a different outlet so that the equipment and receiver are on different
branch circuits.
?? Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by United Security Products, Inc. will void the
warranty.
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FEATURES SUMMARIZED
??Non volatile (EEPROM) memory for voice message and phone numbers
??Calls up to 4 phone numbers, any combination of telephones or pagers
??Sends up to 16 second voice message to telephones or numeric code to pagers
??Record your own message in any language
??Easily change message and phone numbers without a programmer
??Voice chip technology (no tape required)
??Ability to program up to 10 (2-second) pauses and pound (#) for pager dialing
??Returns to call unanswered numbers
??2 X 16 character LCD window
??Internal playback speaker for voice message
??Programmable Exit and Entry delay
??Internal 9V battery backup
??Works with PBX or regular phone system
??Tone or Pulse dialing
??NC, NO, momentary, continuous or voltage activation
??Internal protection against transient overload conditions
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DIALER ACCESSORIES
Consult factory for availability and pricing
24V APPLICATION: AVD-45b/F
- For this option the dialer is configured to operate at 24VDC to 32VDC max. All other
specifications apply.
- AC-2 AC/DC ADAPTOR (500mA)
Plugs into regular 110VAC outlet to provide the dialer with the required 12VDC primary
power.
- PP-1 BACKUP BATTERY PACK
Plugs into 12V Standby Battery jack. Built-in rechargeable battery for up to 24 hours of
uninterrupted standby.
- PB12P Combination AC Adaptor/Rechargeable battery for extended operation for up to 24
hours of uninterrupted standby.
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FCC PART 68
INFORMATION SUPPLIED TO THE USER
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC Rules. The FCC Part 68 Label is
located on the bottom of the enclosure. It contains the FCC Registration Number for
this equipment. If requested, this information must be provided to your telephone
company. The BEN is useful to determine the quantity of devices you may connect
to your telephone line and still have those entire devices ring when your telephone
number is called. In most, but not all areas, the sum of the RENs of all devices
connected to one line should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of
devices you may connect to your line, as determined by the BEN, you should
contact your local telephone company to determine the maximum BEN for your
calling area. Connection to the telephone network should be made by using
standard modular telephone jacks, type RJIIC. The BJIIC plug and/or jacks used
must comply with FCC Part 68 rules. If this telephone equipment causes harm to
the telephone network, the telephone company will notify you in advance that
temporary discontinuance of service may be required. But if advance notice isn’t
practical, the telephone company will notify the customer as soon as possible. Also,
you will be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC if you believe it is
necessary. The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment,
operations or procedures that could affect the proper functioning of your equipment.
If they do, you will be notified in advance in order for you to make necessary
modifications to maintain uninterrupted service. This equipment may not be used on
coin service provided by the telephone company. Connection to party lines is
subject to state tariffs. If trouble is experienced with this unit, please contact
customer service at the address and phone listed below. DO NOT DISASEMBLE
THIS EQUIPMENT. IT does not contain any user serviceable components.
Attn: CUSTOMER SERVICE DEPT. United Security Products * 11025 Sorrento
Valley Court * San Diego, CA 92121 (858) 597—6677
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Model AVD-45b Automatic Voice/Pager Dialer
SPECIFICATIONS:
Power requirements:
Current draw (OPERATE mode - Stand By):
Current draw (OPERATE mode - Alarm):
Activation:
9-18VDC
28mA
100mA
1. NO or NC, Momentary or Continuous dry contact
Activation.
2. Voltage Activation: 0 to +V (NC operation) or +V to 0
(NO operation). Note: +V limited from 5 to28VDC
Phone numbers stored:
Up to 4
Max. digits/phone number:
28 (including pauses)
Programmable pauses (2 sec./pause):
up to10 for pager dialing (each pause counts as 1 digit)
Operating temperature range:
-18 to 55 C (0 to 130 deg F)
Dimensions (inches):
6.0 x 4.0 x 1.5
Weight (ounces):
10 oz.
Mounting:
Wall or Flat Surface
Case Material:
ABS
Color:
White
Warranty:
1 year
Note: Design and specifications subject to change without notice.
11025 Sorrento Valley Court
San Diego, CA 92121
(800) 227-1592
(858) 597-6677
Fax: (858) 455-0036
E-Mail: usp@ix.netcom.com
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United Security Products, Inc.
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5/22/01Rev. B
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