vehicle to mobile phone gsm text pager

vehicle to mobile phone gsm text pager
USER COMMANDS TO PAGER
Model:
1122#1
Initialisation code – 1 trigger only
MTP-3
1122#2
Initialisation code – 2 triggers
12 or 24 volt
1122#3
Initialisation code – 3 triggers
1122PXXXX
Change password - 1122 is default
XXXX is your chosen password
1122NOBATTERY
Turns off low battery warning text
1122BATTERY
Turns on low battery warning text
1122STANDBY
Disconnects pager from network
RESET
Re-sets pager to factory defaults
VEHICLE TO MOBILE PHONE
GSM TEXT PAGER
OPERATION AND INSTALLATION MANUAL
All user commands to be UPPERCASE
Australia
www.mongoose.com.au
[email protected]
New Zealand
www.mongoose.co.nz
[email protected]
Mongoose does not by inference, intent or any other means guarantee the
delivery of text messages, that a vehicle fitted with this product will not be stolen,
broken into, tampered with, or parts taken nor be liable for any compensation for
any loss.
We advise adequate insurance cover and other security measures.
Caution:
Reacting to an alarm text warning message is your responsibility and the safety
of the person attending the vehicle as a result of a warning text message should
be paramount. We advise no unnecessary risk to yourself or others.
Do not use this product where cellular products are prohibited.
(Use ‘manual stand-by’ as detailed on page 5 to turn off GSM connection)
Do not disassemble this product. Warranty void if manufacturers seals broken.
For service, see your Mongoose dealer.
Requires a GSM SIM card
Not supplied
The Mongoose MTP-3 is designed to send GSM warning text
messages to your mobile phone if your vehicle alarm system sounds or
your vehicle battery becomes low on power*.
It has been designed to operate with Mongoose alarms, selected
Mongoose immobilisers and compatible factory fitted (OEM) vehicle
alarm systems. It may also be used with other compatible brands/types
of vehicle security systems.
For correct operation, please read this manual to familiarise yourself
with the features.
Recommended for professional installation but may be installed by
suitably skilled persons.
*Low battery warning feature not applicable to 24 volt vehicles.
CONTENTS;
WIRING CONNECTIONS
SIM Cards……………………….……………..……
2
Controlling The Pager……………………….……..
3
Blue Led………………………………………….….
3
Warning Messages………………………………...
4
Sleep time…………………………………………..
4
Standby mode……………………………………...
5
To Initialise The Pager…………………………….
6
To Change Initialisation Code……………………
6
Wiring Diagram…………………………………….
7/8
Change The Password…………………………....
9
To Change Mobile Phones………………………..
9
To disable low battery warning……………………
10
Global Re-set……………………………………….
10
To Test The Pager…………………………………
10
FAQ’s………………………………………………..
11
Compatible Alarm Types………………………….
12
Installation…………………………………………..
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6 SIMPLE STEPS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
INSERT A GSM SIM CARD (NOT SUPPLIED) & INSTALL
FROM YOUR MOBILE PHONE, SEND AN ‘INITIALISING CODE’
TEXT TO THE PAGERS SIM CARD NUMBER.
CHANGE THE PASSWORD TO ONE OF YOUR OWN CHOICE
ARM YOUR ALARM SYSTEM:- THE PAGER IS NOW ACTIVE
AND IS READY TO SEND WARNING MESSAGES
TRIGGER YOUR ALARM TO VERIFY W ARNING TEXT
MESSAGES ARE SENT TO YOUR MOBILE PHONE
DISARM YOUR ALARM:- DEACTIVATES THE PAGER AND
PREVENTS THE SENDING OF WARNING MESSAGES
WIRE
SET / UNSET
SIREN
INPUT
GROUND
+12v or +24v
AFTERMARKET
ALARM/ UPGRADE
OEM/FACTORY
ALARM
To vehicles ignition
To alarms
wire (+) which
‘ground when armed’ (-)
switches to ground
If security system does
when ignition is off
not have this output,
Re-set ‘jumpers’
connect as OEM.
To alarm horn/siren output
Polarity set by jumpers, (+) is default
To chassis ground (-)
To constant fused power supply (+)
DO NOT INSERT OR REMOVE SIM CARD WITH POWER CONNECTED
LED
Mount where it can be seen by the driver but
does not cause distraction whilst driving
JUMPERS
JUMPER
SIREN/HORN
POLARITY
TWO x 2 PIN
ALARM TYPE
AFTERMARKET
ALARM
OEM/FACTORY
ALARM
Default:- (+) positive
for (-) see diagram
Default:1+2 closed
3 open
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Re-position both
jumpers before wires
are connected
1 open
2+3 closed
INSTALLATION – SEE DIAGRAM PAGES 7 & 8
TO INSTALL, THE FOLLOWING MUST BE AVAILABLE:a) GSM SIM CARD FOR THIS PAGER (not supplied)
b) VEHICLE OW NERS MOBILE PHONE ( *)
NOTE: Do not insert or remove SIM card when power is connected.
1.
Insert the SIM card (see diagram on page 7/8) and find a
concealed mounting location for the pager module under the
dashboard. Do not place near vehicle computers or similar.
2.
Mount the on-glass flat antenna horizontally behind the interior
mirror or other suitable location. Keep 5cm away from the metal
body of the vehicle. Hide the antenna cable around the
windscreen surround.
3.
The blue LED should be mounted where it can be seen from the
outside but not cause a distraction whilst driving.
4.
Before wiring:- if necessary, re-position the jumpers for alarm type
and siren/horn polarity.
5.
When powered, the pager will start searching for a mobile network
site which is indicated by the blue LED lighting solid – see LED
flash codes.
6.
The mobile phone which is to receive text messages must now be
‘initialised’ (memorised) into the pager. Follow the instructions “TO
INITIALISE THE PAGER” (page 6). Allow at least 2 minutes after
network connection is made before sending the initialising code.
7.
Mount in chosen position and test the pager for correct operation.
(*) If the vehicle owners mobile phone is not at hand when installing
and testing, ‘initialisation’ can be carried out from any mobile
phone. The vehicle owner will need to re-initialise the pager so that
it communicates with their mobile phone and deletes the test
phone.
NOTE: This pager will send a vehicle low battery warning if vehicle
battery voltage drops below approximately 12.2v. Check vehicle
battery condition and advise vehicle owner if the battery needs to
be replaced. (Not applicable to 24 volt vehicles)
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SIM CARD (not supplied)
A GSM SIM card is required for this pager.
They are available from different network suppliers
on a range of pricing plans. The lowest cost option is generally the PrePay type as text messages sent from the pager should be minimal.
If you choose a Pre-Pay card, we recommend one that does not need
to be removed from the pager to re-charge credit (eg: Vodafone). As
the pager module is mounted under the dashboard, it may not be
readily accessible. Fees may apply if professional assistance required.
The nominal amount of credit issued with a new Pre-Pay SIM card is
generally sufficient until it’s 12 month expiry and re-charge date. The
cost of warning text messages are those of the SIM card supplier.
To prevent credit expiry, we recommend the Auto-Pay option if
available for your SIM card.
Pre-Pay: This pager does not notify you if your credit has expired.
Please complete the enclosed ‘re-charge’ reminder label and attach in
a place in your vehicle easily seen by you.
Alternatively, if your mobile phone has a ‘task reminder’, set a recharge date.
Add the SIM card number to your mobile phone ‘contacts’ list.
To prevent unauthorised use or tampering, keep the pagers cellular
number confidential and change the pagers password (page 9).
Before using the SIM card with the pager, insert it in a mobile
phone and activate the card by contacting the card supplier. Once
activated, delete all text messages that may exist on the SIM card.
Do not lock the SIM card.
Once the pager is installed into your vehicle, the pager needs to be
‘initialised’ so it knows which mobile phone is to receive messages.
See ‘To initialise the pager’ – page 6.
IF THE PAGER IS NOT ‘INITIALISED’, IT WILL NOT OPERATE.
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CONTROLLING THE PAGER
ACTIVATE
Aftermarket alarms: Arm your alarm system
Factory alarms: Turn the ignition off
The pager is now active and ready for sending warning messages.
DE-ACTIVATE
Aftermarket alarms: Disarm your alarm system
Factory alarms: Turn the ignition on
The pager is deactivated and will not send warning messages.
BLUE LED – NETWORK / PAGER STATUS INDICATOR
The status of the pager is shown by the LED (light emitting diode).
Flash cycle is every 4 seconds
Constant ON *
1 flash
= Searching for a GSM connection
= System normal and GSM connected
Does not flash this code whilst driving
2 flashes
= In Stand-by
3 flashes
= Pager not initialised
4 flashes
= SIM card not inserted
Flickering for 1 sec’ = Receiving text message
Flickering for 2 sec’s = Sending text message
To prevent a distraction whilst driving, the LED does not flash when
status is normal. It will only light whilst driving if an abnormal situation
occurs, such as ‘constant on’ for no network connection.
If the LED is constantly lit when parking (no GSM connection), try
moving your vehicle to a different location.
Warning: In order to receive warning messages, both your mobile
phone and the pager must have network coverage. Your mobile phone
shows signal strength and the pagers blue LED shows its status.
BE AWARE THAT IF THERE IS NO SIGNAL ON EITHER DEVICE,
YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE ANY WARNING MESSAGES.
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INSTALLATION
COMPATIBLE ALARM TYPES
The pager is for +12v or 24v, negative ground vehicles only.
AFTERMARKET ALARMS & UPGRADES (PAGER DEFAULT)
Requires a ‘ground when armed’ alarm output. If the alarm does not
have this output, it can be either created by an ignition controlled relay,
or configured as OEM type.
For alarm systems with a pre-warning (siren chirps when triggered from
a sensor), the pager sends the text message “WARNING:- ALARM
PRE-INTRUDED”.
If a full alarm occurs, (siren fully sounding) the pager sends the text
message “WARNING:- ALARM ACTIVATED”.
FACTORY ALARMS (OEM)
OEM factory alarms generally do not have any pre-warning, so the
pager must be configured (jumper change) to only send the
‘WARNING:- ALARM ACTIVATED’ text message.
This setting should also be used for aftermarket alarms which do not
have a pre-warning, or you do not wish to receive the pre-intruded
messages.
VEHICLE IMMOBILISERS
The pager may be connected to aftermarket and OEM factory engine
immobilisers which have siren or horn output. Mongoose immobiliser
models:- MX40 – M60i – M80i are fully compatible.
Check suitability of other products before installation.
24 volt vehicles
The pager can be connected to 24 volt vehicles. The low battery
warning system will not operate.
Warning:
Interfering with the electrical system of your vehicle may cause damage
to it or this product, or infringe the terms of any warranties. If in doubt,
we suggest you seek advice from your Mongoose dealer prior to
installing this product.
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FAQ’s
WARNING TEXT MESSAGES
Q: Does the pager remain connected to the GSM network at all times ?
A: Yes, the pager is always connected whether the alarm is armed or
disarmed. The only time the pager is not connected to the network is
when there is no cellular coverage, in ‘Standby’ or the pager’s power is
disconnected.
“WARNING:- ALARM PRE-INTRUDED”
This message will be sent if the alarms pre-warning (if alarm has this
function) is triggered (siren chirping).
Q: If the blue LED lights solid, what does this mean ?
A: It indicates that there is no cellular coverage at your location and is a
warning that text messages cannot be sent or received.
Q: Will the pager flatten my vehicle battery ?
A: The pager nominally consumes 10mAmps and a battery in good fully
charged condition is not affected under normal vehicle usage. Power
consumption reduces to 5mAmps when in Standby.
Q: If I turn off the pager’s power, do I have to re-initialise it when power is
restored ?
A: No, the pager remembers the last setting, but it is recommended to resend the initialising code to confirm the pager is functioning normally.
Q: Can the pager send text messages to more than one mobile phone ?
A: No, it is dedicated to send messages to just one mobile phone. You
can select or change which phone receives the warning text messages.
Q: What happens if the someone calls the pager by mistake (voice or
text) ?
A: Nothing, the pager ignores voice calls and all text messages not
commencing with your password.
Q: Does a Pre-Pay SIM card have to be removed from the pager to recharge it ?
A: Not necessarily, but check with the SIM card supplier. Some cards
have to be removed to be recharged.
Some card suppliers offer Auto-Pay which automatically re-charges the
card when its value drops below a minimum value. (Check with your card
supplier)
Q: What happens if my Pre-Pay SIM card has no credit remaining ?
A: The pager will not send any messages - of any type.
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“WARNING:- ALARM ACTIVATED”
This message will be sent if the main alarm is triggered (siren sounding
fully).
“WARNING:- VEHICLE BATTERY LOW”
This message will be sent automatically if the vehicle battery drops below
approximately 12.2v. Attend to the vehicle immediately.
The pager then goes into ‘Standby mode’ to preserve your vehicle battery
(see page 5). This feature not available for 24 volt vehicles.
NUMBER OF MESSAGES - AUTOMATIC RE-SET
The pager will send an alarm warning text message each time your alarm
system is triggered (see ‘sleep time’ below).
The number of triggers to which the pager will send warning messages is
selected by the chosen initialisation code.
Once the selected number has been sent, it will not send further warning
messages until the pager is re-set.
It re-sets when the alarm is disarmed and re-armed (aftermarket alarms)
or when you turn the ignition on/off (factory alarms).
SLEEP TIME
To avoid too many text messages, the pager ‘sleeps’ for 5 minutes
between each alarm trigger type. For example;
• If a ‘pre-warning’ trigger occurs, the pager will send a warning message.
• If a 2nd ‘pre-warning’ trigger occurs within 5 minutes, it will not send a
message.
• If a 2nd ‘pre-warning’ trigger occurs after the 5 minute sleep time, it will
send a 2nd message.
However, if a main trigger occurs within the sleep time of a pre-warning
trigger, the ‘alarm activated’ text message will be sent immediately. The
main trigger then ‘sleeps’ as described above.
Sleep times are re-set when the alarm is disarmed and re-armed.
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STAND-BY
‘Stand-by’ is designed to preserve vehicle battery power by reducing the
pagers power requirements. When in ‘Stand-by’, the pager is
disconnected from the GSM network and cannot receive commands.
NO SIGNAL
If you happen to park your vehicle in a location where there is no network
coverage, the blue LED will light constant to warn you. Moving the vehicle
just a few metres may restore coverage, just like mobile phones.
Whilst driving, the pager constantly attempts a network connection.
When the alarm is armed, the pager attempts network connection for 5
minutes and if unsuccessful will enter ‘Stand-by’. When In this mode, the
pager will attempt a network connection every 60 minutes. It remains in
‘Stand-by’ if unsuccessful.
If the alarm system is activated whilst in this mode, the pager will
immediately attempt a network connection and try to send a warning
message. The message will be sent next time the pager connects to the
network.
LOW VEHICLE BATTERY (Not available on 24 volt vehicles)
If the pager has sent the vehicle low battery warning text message
(because your vehicle battery is below approximately 12.2v), the pager
will enter ‘Stand-by’ to help preserve vehicle battery power.
If the alarm system is activated whilst in ‘Stand-by’, the pager will attempt
to connect to the network and send an alarm warning message. As a
reminder, it will also re-send the low battery warning.
It will then re-enter ‘Stand-by mode’ after 5 minutes.
This mode is automatically cancelled when normal battery power is
detected by the pager.
FULL TIME STANDBY
If you do not intend to use your vehicle for some time, you can put the
pager into ‘stand-by’ immediately by sending the following text command
to the pager:XXXXSTANDBY
(XXXX is your password, see page 9)
Pager replies with “IN STANDBY MODE”
If the alarm system is activated whilst in ‘Stand-by’, the pager will attempt
to connect to the network and send a warning message.
It will then re-enter ‘Stand-by’.
This command is automatically cancelled next time you use your vehicle.
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TO DISABLE THE LOW BATTERY WARNING MESSAGE
If you do not wish to receive the low vehicle battery warning messages,
send this text command (alarm activation warnings will still be sent):XXXXNOBATTERY
Pager replies with “BATTERY W ARNING DISABLED”
To re-enable low battery message send:XXXXBATTERY
Pager replies with “BATTERY W ARNING ENABLED”
(XXXX is your password, see page 9)
GLOBAL RE-SET
To re-set the pager back to all original factory default settings (and
password to 1122), send the following text from your mobile phone:RESET (all in upper case)
Pager replies to sending mobile phone with ‘RESET OK’.
The pager then needs to be re-initialised.
TESTING THE PAGER – we recommend regular testing
A) Arm the alarm system, check LED status and wait 30 ~60 seconds
B) Trigger the alarms ‘pre-warning’ (if applicable)
the mobile phone should receive the text message
“WARNING:- ALARM PRE-INTRUDED”. (wait for reply)
C) Trigger the alarm fully, for example by opening a door. The mobile
phone should receive the text message
“WARNING:- ALARM ACTIVATED” (wait for reply)
The pager may fail to send warning text messages if there is no GSM
signal, cellular network is overloaded or other network reasons. In this
instance, the pager will attempt to send the warning message 3 times.
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CHANGE THE PASSWORD
To prevent someone from changing your pager settings, it is recommended
that you change the pagers default password. The password can only be
changed after carrying out ‘initialisation’.
1. Choose a 4 digit numerical password and send the following text
message to the pager:1122PXXXX
( XXXX is your chosen number - P is upper case, no spaces.)
2. Pager replies with “PASSWORD CHANGED OK”
3. Any further commands now commence with your password
number, not 1122
4. Record the new password in your mobile phone ‘contacts’ list.
TIP: If you car alarm has a PIN coded override, record the number
in your mobile phone for easy recall
CHANGING WHICH MOBILE PHONE RECEIVES THE TEXT MESSAGES
There may be occasions when you don’t want warning messages to be
sent to the original mobile phone, such as when someone else is using the
vehicle, or you are using a different mobile phone, or different phone SI M
card.
From the new mobile phone, just re-send a user command (initialisation
code recommended) shown on the back page (with new password if it has
changed from factory default).
The pager replies to the new mobile phone with the corresponding reply.
To check transfer, trigger your alarm – the new phone should receive the
warning text.
Previous mobile phone is now deleted and will not receive messages.
To return to the original mobile phone, just repeat this procedure.
NOTE: A confirmation reply must be received before sending any other
command. If no reply received within a reasonable time, re-send the
original text. Text messages may not always be received in the order they
are sent due to cellular traffic. Text commands, once executed, are
automatically deleted from the pagers SIM card memory.
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TO INITIALISE THE PAGER
(allow 2 minutes after cellular connection before sending commands)
1) Select an initialising code from the chart below.
2) From the mobile phone that is going to receive the alarm messages,
text the selected code to the pagers SIM card phone number.
3) The pager replies with “NUMBER SET OK” (allow time for reply –
depends on cellular traffic)
AFTERMARKET ALARMS
FACTORY ALARMS
Initialising
codes
Number of triggers for
each “alarm pre-intruded”
& “alarm activated”
messages
Number of triggers for
“alarm activated”
messages
1122#1
1
1
1122#2
2
2
1122#3
3
3
TO CHANGE THE INITIALISATION CODE
Just re-send a new initialising code from the mobile phone that is to receive
the warning messages.
Example:
Original = 1122#3 (3 alarm triggers, 1 message per trigger)
New
= 1122#1 (1 trigger, 1 message only, other triggers – no message).
Pager replies with “NUMBER SET OK”.
1122 is default password – we recommend that you now change the
password, see ‘CHANGE THE PASSW ORD’ page 9
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GSM ANTENNA
Mount behind interior mirror
REQUIRES GSM SIM CARD
(NOT INCLUDED)
Insert the SIM card correctly –
contacts side up, as shown.
To remove, press indent release
by side of card.
Always disconnect power
when inserting or removing.
Set jumpers before wiring
Set polarity before wiring
AFTERMARKET ALARM
1+2 CLOSED – 3 OPEN
(DEFAULT)
SIREN / HORN POLARITY
1 2 3
( + ) = 1+2 CLOSED, 3 OPEN
(DEFAULT)
Polarity of yellow wire (-)
Enables pre-intrusion
message
DO NOT DISASSEMBLE.
Warranty void if
manufacturers seals broken.
( - ) = 1 OPEN, 2+3 CLOSED
FACTORY ALARM
1 OPEN – 2+3 CLOSED
1 2 3
1 2 3
Polarity of yellow wire (+)
Disables pre-intrusion
message
1 2 3
NOTE:
The pager is always powered and
nominally
draws
10m Amps
(5mAmps in ‘Standby’).
An optional inline on/off power
switch may be fitted to reduce
current draw for periods of seldom
or little vehicle use.
The switch must be hidden to
prevent unauthorised use.
Blue LED
Brown
Black
Yellow
Red
- (+) SIREN/HORN INPUT (see above for polarity change)
- (-) GROUND
- (-) SET/UNSET (see ‘wiring connection’ table)
- (+) 12V or 24V PERMANENT (Low battery warning inoperative in 24v mode)
7/8
Model:
MTP-3
MKII
12 or 24 volt
VEHICLE TO MOBILE PHONE GSM TEXT PAGER
NEW FEATURES AMENDMENT
USER COMMANDS TO PAGER
1122#1
Initialisation code – 1 trigger only
1122#2
Initialisation code – 2 triggers
1122#3
Initialisation code – 3 triggers
1122#N
Initialisation code – unlimited triggers
The MTP-3 now includes these new features;
1.
2.
3.
Two text controlled outputs
Commands to turn low voltage ‘Stand-By’ ON or OFF
Unlimited triggers (previously restricted to three until alarm re-set)
GSM PAGER CONTROLLED OUTPUTS – OPTIONAL CONNECTION
This MTP-3 has provision for two text controlled outputs. Use of these outputs depends on the
equipment level of the vehicle or other accessories fitted. Relays or other parts may be required.
Typical uses are:- to unlock a door if your keys are inside, to open the boot if it is electrically operated,
to close the windows, to turn on vehicle lights or to sound the horn or siren.
Please discuss possible uses with your installer.
OUTPUT 1 This is a single low current 0.8 sec’ (-) pulse output of 500mAmps.
A typical pulse use is to unlock doors.
Text the command 1122OUT1ON
Pager replies with “OUTPUT 1 ACTIVATED”
OUTPUT 2 This is a low current continuous (-) negative output when ‘ON’.
Typical constant output use is to turn vehicle lights on, or to control other relay operations.
Output 2 is turned on or off by text messages.
1122PXXXX
1122NOBATTERY
Turns off low battery warning text
1122BATTERY
Turns on low battery warning text
1122VSON
Turns on ‘standby’ if low voltage detected
1122VSOFF
Turns off ‘standby’ if low voltage detected
1122STANDBY
Disconnects pager from network
1122OUT1ON
Sends one pulse output from pager
1122OUT2ON
Turns on constant output from pager
1122OUT2OFF
Turns off constant output from pager
RESET
To turn ON, text the command 1122OUT2ON
Pager replies with “OUTPUT 2 IS ON”
Change password (XXXX is chosen number)
Re-sets pager to factory defaults
All user commands to be UPPERCASE – 1122 is default password.
If password has changed, all command commence with your password
The output remains ON until you send the command 1122OUT2OFF
Pager replies with “OUTPUT 2 IS OFF”
OUTPUT 2 MANUAL OVERRIDE
If output 2 is ON and GSM communication is not possible when you wish to turn output 2 OFF, you
can override the output as follows;
Aftermarket alarms:- arm/disarm alarm 5 times
Factory alarms:- turn ignition on/off 5 times
TO DISABLE THE LOW BATTERY STANDBY MODE
Normally the pager will enter ‘STANDBY’ (see page 5 of the manual) after a low battery voltage is
detected and disconnects itself from the GSM network to help preserve vehicle battery power.
You can disable this ‘Stand-By’ by sending the text; 1122VSOFF
If the pager detects a low vehicle battery, it will still send the warning text message, unless that has
also been disabled (see page 10 of the manual).
To turn back on, send the command; 1122VSON
UNLIMITED NUMBER OF TRIGGERS
You can have the pager send a warning text message for each and every alarm trigger – unlimited.
The pager can now be ‘initialised’ for either 1, 2, 3 or unlimited.
To ‘initialise’ for unlimited number of triggers, text the command 1122#N
1 2 3
1 2 3
Blue LED
Brown
Black
Yellow
Red
- (+) SIREN/HORN INPUT
- (-) GROUND
- (-) SET/UNSET
- (+) 12V or 24V PERMANENT
Blue
- (-) pulse output – 500mAmp 0.8 sec’
Green - (-) constant output – 500mAmp
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