How it works EASY SET-UP GUIDE.

How it works EASY SET-UP GUIDE.
How it works
You can connect the base unit to power anywhere in your premises.
When the system activates via the wristband/panic button, up to 5 people will receive an SMS.
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Also if power is cut at the premises, the 6-10 hour backup battery takes over and the 1 number on the call list will receive an SMS warning
that power has been cut. System still sends notifications.
NOTE: Wristband/panic buttons have a range of up to 200 metres from base unit (measured in open space) and there is a range extender in
accessories if needed
EASY SET-UP GUIDE.
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Insert a large size sim-card into slot at rear of base unit. Make sure in clicks in. (You can do this later if you prefer, just turn off power
and use a pin to turn off backup battery switch before inserting sim card) No memory will be lost when you turn on power again.
NOTE: Make certain there is no PIN needed or set on SIM card.
Pair up to 30 wristbands to base unit. Simply press Enrol/clear button on base unit till it starts beeping. Then press button on
wristband. Base beeps 3 times for success
Download and Install HyperSecureLink (HSL) software HERE. THEN connect the base unit to your Windows PC or tablet with cable
provided.
DO NOT connect to PC till you have downloaded and installed HSL software as your PC will allocate wrong driver.
Follow the tips in the software guide in the following pages. The software enables you to make setting changes like adding mobile
numbers to be called, recording a voice message to be played to recipients, changing wristband settings settings etc.
TIP. Best deal on simcards, ALDI on the Telstra network. $15 per annum.
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ENROLLING/PAIRING WRISBAND
TO THE BASE UNIT
Wristband/panic button.
1. Press enrol button on base unit till it beeps, press wristband button
Working with the software, HyperSecureLink (HSL)
After you have downloaded and installed software, run it and you will see the ‘System and Link’ box.
Choose ‘USB’ and select the Com Port number, usually the highest.
You are connected. No need to click submit or Change unless you select Password update to change from factory default 0000 to one you
prefer. DON’T forget it. This is the password for the app. ‘SecureproSecurity’
On the top menu you can just click to see what you can do in each section.
For every setting you will see the following symbols,
First button, information about the setting, second, read current setting, third upload new setting to base unit.
Some examples following. Click Install and choose ‘Mobile’ from the dropdown list. Click the 2nd button to get current numbers listed, change
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if you prefer and click 3 button to upload to base unit.
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Just choose SMS only, click upload button then enter phone numbers and upload
Change device settings
When system is activated with the wristband, before it dials out the base unit plays an ‘EMERGENCY’ message for 30 seconds. then here set
‘and if nearby may set alarm off.
Securepro Security App.
Download the free App, SecureproSecurity (One word) from Apple or Google store.
Enter the phone number of the SIM card and password which is 0000 (Four zeros) Click OK
You can change the password using HSL softfware in ‘System and link’, just select Password change at bottom of window.
If you do this after using App. then delete App. and download again, Enter SIM number and new password.
Note: If you forget password you will have to put the system back to factory default and reset up again.
Power and backup battery off, hold down enrol button AS you power back on, continue holding for 5 seconds, release then briefly press enrol
button again.
Using the App.
There are 4 main buttons, Arm, Disarm, Home mode (to arm selected sensors and Clear button.
Clear button stops orange warning light flashing and if you have external solar siren installed, which flashes every 30 seconds to warn of an
activation, stops it flashing.
IMPORTANT NOTE
If you are experiencing communication problems, IE App is not communicating with base unit and SMS alerts are not being sent..
Then re-boot base unit. Turn off power and using a pin or similar, turn off back-up battery switch. Wait 10 seconds and turn on power.
Wait one minute then press enrol/clear button on base unit. Try App again
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Rear Panel:
(1) micro USB: Connect to PC for accessing from HyperSecureLink software.
(2). tamper sensor: for tamper detection (Only for wall mounting bracket.)
(3). automation control: RJ-9 connector for X-10 control interface. (Not available, replaced with wireless receiver)
(4). 3 wire sensor input terminals.
(5). wire siren output terminals.
(6). Aux output: for Arm/Disarm indication (driver LED indicator)
(7). Power Socket: 7V DC power input.
(8). SIM Card slot: For 3G SIM card (Middle size)
(9). RJ-45 Ethernet Socket: Connect to the Ethernet network. Not available with 3G Version
(10). Clear/Enroll Button:
Clear LED Status: Press the button for about 0.2 sec. to clear the alarm and warning LED status.
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 BASE UNIT
Display
The Blue LED flashes when there is data sending out from the LS-20.
Three LEDs in green, yellow and red colors represent the system operation mode and alarm/ warning status as listed in the following table.
State
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LED
Red
Yellow
Green
DISARM
OFF
OFF
Flash
HOME
OFF
Flash
OFF
AWAY
Flash
OFF
OFF
DISARM with Warning Message
OFF
ON
Flash
DISARM with Alarm Message
ON
OFF
Flash
DISARM with Warning & Alarm Message
ON
ON
Flash
HOME with Warning Message
OFF
ON
OFF
HOME with Alarm Message
ON
Flash
OFF
HOME or AWAY with Warning & Alarm
Message
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
AWAY with Warning Message
Flash
AWAY with Alarm Message
ON
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