GSM-VAC4+ - GSM Alarm Diallers

GSM-VAC4+ - GSM Alarm Diallers

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EDGARSSON SECURITY DESIGNS

GSM-VAC4+

VOICE, SMS AND CONTACT ID

GSM ALARM COMMUNICATOR

INSTALLATION MANUAL

GSM-VAC4+

GSM-VAC4+

Contents

1 FOR YOUR SAFETY................................................................................................................1

2 INTRODUCTION......................................................................................................................2

3 FEATURES AND APPLICATIONS........................................................................................3

4 START UP..................................................................................................................................4

5 LEDS............................................................................................................................................5

6 CLEAR ALL PROGRAMMED DATA FROM SIM.............................................................6

7 CONNECTING DIAGRAM.....................................................................................................7

8 DESCRIPTION OF TERMINAL BLOCKS...........................................................................8

9 PROGRAMMING OPTIONS...................................................................................................9

10 VOICE MESSAGES – RECORD & PLAY...........................................................................10

10.1

RECORDING / LISTENING OF VOICE ALARM MESSAGES..................................................................10

11 GSM-VAC4+ PARAMETERS................................................................................................11

11.1

SECURITY LEVEL.........................................................................................................................................11

11.2

ALARM SUPPORT.........................................................................................................................................12

11.3

ADVANCED CLIP FUNCTION.....................................................................................................................23

11.4

CLIP FUNCTION.............................................................................................................................................24

11.5

PREPAID CARD CREDIT AND VALIDITY INFORMATION...................................................................26

11.6

SET-UP PARAMETERS.................................................................................................................................28

11.7

CONTACT ID EVENT REPORTING.............................................................................................................33

11.8

EVENT LOG PARAMETERS.........................................................................................................................34

12 PRINT-OUT OF THE PARAMETERS.................................................................................35

12.1

RECEIVE ALL PARAMETERS (PALL)........................................................................................................35

12.2

RECEIVE TELEPHONE NUMBERS (PTN)..................................................................................................35

12.3

RECEIVE LINKS (PLN)..................................................................................................................................35

12.4

RECEIVE INPUT PARAMETERS (PIN).......................................................................................................35

12.5

RECEIVE INPUT FILTER VALUE (PID)......................................................................................................35

12.6

RECEIVE DELAY BEFORE DIAL VALUE (PDD)......................................................................................35

12.7

RECEIVE INPUT FILTER PARAMETERS (PIF).........................................................................................35

12.8

RECEIVE CREDIT CHECK NUMBERS (PCN)............................................................................................35

12.9

RECEIVE CREDIT CHECK PARSE STRING PARAM. (PCREF)...............................................................36

12.10

RECEIVE CREDIT STATUS FOR CC1 (PCC1)............................................................................................36

12.11

RECEIVE CREDIT STATUS FOR CC2 (PCC2)............................................................................................36

12.12

RECEIVE CREDIT STATUS FOR CC3 (PCC3)............................................................................................36

12.13

RECEIVE CLIP IDENTIFICATION FUNCTIONS (PTC)............................................................................36

12.14

RECEIVE ACCESS TELEPHONE NUMBERS (PSL)..................................................................................36

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12.15

RECEIVE OUTPUT PARAMETERS (POS)..................................................................................................36

12.16

RECEIVE LINK FOR LOCAL ALARM OUTPUT (POD)............................................................................36

12.17

RECEIVE ALL PROGRAMMED SMS MESSAGES (P#)............................................................................36

12.18

RECEIVE THE POWER LEVEL ON THE UNIT (PPWR)...........................................................................37

12.19

RECEIVE SET-UP PARAMETERS VALUE (PPA)......................................................................................37

12.20

STATE OF THE CREDIT FOR THE PREPAID CARD................................................................................37

12.21

RECEIVE CID PARAMETERS (PCID).........................................................................................................37

12.22

RECEIVE SIMPLE CLIP PARAMETERS (PCLP)........................................................................................37

12.23

RECEIVE LOG PARAMETERS AND EVENTS (PLOG).............................................................................37

12.24

STATE OF THE OUTPUTS (PORC)..............................................................................................................37

12.25

STATE OF THE INPUTS (INS)......................................................................................................................37

12.26

RECEIVE SYSTEM STATUS (PSYS)...........................................................................................................37

13 SYSTEM COMMANDS..........................................................................................................38

13.1

FACTORY DEFAULT COMMAND (SDCLR)..............................................................................................38

13.2

GSM MODULE RESTART (MRES)..............................................................................................................38

13.3

SYSTEM RESTART (SSRES)........................................................................................................................38

13.4

LOG MEMORY CLEAR (LCLR)...................................................................................................................38

13.5

REMOVE ALL CLP USER (CLPCL).............................................................................................................38

14 CHECKING AND CHANGING SYSTEM STATUS (ON/OFF)........................................39

14.1

CHECKING SYSTEM STATUS BY SMS COMMAND...............................................................................39

14.2

CHANGING SYSTEM STATUS TO ON (SYSTEM ON).............................................................................39

14.3

CHANGING SYSTEM STATUS TO OFF (SYSTEM OFF)..........................................................................39

15 CHECKING THE INPUT STATUS......................................................................................40

15.1

CHECKING INPUT STATUS BY SMS COMMAND...................................................................................40

16 CHECKING AND CHANGING OUTPUT STATUS..........................................................41

16.1

CHECKING OUTPUT STATUS BY SMS COMMAND...............................................................................41

16.2

ORC PARAMETER.........................................................................................................................................41

16.3

OUTPUT REMOTE CONTROL BY SMS COMMAND...............................................................................41

17 CHANGING PARAMETERS USING THE SMS COMMAND.........................................42

18 CONFIGURATION EXAMPLES..........................................................................................43

18.1

ALARM CONFIGURATION..........................................................................................................................43

18.2

CID EVENT REPORTING..............................................................................................................................43

19 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS.........................................................................................44

20 DEFAULT SETTINGS ON GSM-VAC4+............................................................................45

21 CONTACTS..............................................................................................................................48

GSM-VAC4+

Tables

Table 1: SL parameter........................................................................................................................11

Table 2: SL parameters example........................................................................................................11

Table 3: IN parameters.......................................................................................................................12

Table 4: IN parameters example........................................................................................................13

Table 5: ID parameters.......................................................................................................................13

Table 6: ID parameters example........................................................................................................13

Table 7: DD parameters.....................................................................................................................14

Table 8: DD parameters example.......................................................................................................14

Table 9: TN parameters......................................................................................................................15

Table 10: TN parameters example.....................................................................................................15

Table 11: LN parameters....................................................................................................................16

Table 12: LN parameters example.....................................................................................................16

Table 13: MAIN, BATT parameters..................................................................................................17

Table 14: MAIN, BATT parameters example....................................................................................17

Table 15: OS parameters....................................................................................................................18

Table 16: OS parameters example......................................................................................................18

Table 17: OD parameters...................................................................................................................19

Table 18: OD parameters example.....................................................................................................19

Table 19: IT, AR and IB parameters..................................................................................................20

Table 20: IT, AR and IB parameters example....................................................................................20

Table 21: Alarm SMS formatting.......................................................................................................21

Table 22: GSM-VAC4+ DTMF commands.......................................................................................22

Table 23: TC parameters....................................................................................................................23

Table 24: TC parameters example......................................................................................................23

Table 25: CLIP parameters.................................................................................................................25

Table 26: CLIP parameters example..................................................................................................25

Table 27: Credit checking parameters................................................................................................27

Table 28: Credit checking parameters example.................................................................................27

Table 29: Set-up parameters...............................................................................................................31

Table 30: Set-up parameters example................................................................................................32

Table 31: CID parameters..................................................................................................................33

Table 32: CID parameters example....................................................................................................33

Table 33: LOG parameters.................................................................................................................34

Table 34: LOG parameters example..................................................................................................34

Table 35: ORC parameters.................................................................................................................41

Table 36: ORC parameters example..................................................................................................41

Table 37: GSM-VAC4+ - Technical specifications...........................................................................44

Table 38: GSM-VAC4+ - Default settings.........................................................................................47

Figures

Figure 1: Connection diagram..............................................................................................................7

Figure 2: Recording / Listening of alarm messages...........................................................................10

Figure 3: Input Connection diagram..................................................................................................12

GSM-VAC4+ INSTALLATION MANUAL

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FOR YOUR SAFETY

Read these simple guidelines. Not following them may be dangerous or illegal. Read the complete user guide for further information.

SWITCH ON SAFELY

Do not switch the unit on when use of wireless phone is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger.

INTERFERENCE

All wireless phones and units may be susceptible to interference, which could affect performance.

SWITCH OFF IN HOSPITALS

Follow any restrictions. Switch the unit off near medical equipment.

SWITCH OFF IN AIRCRAFT

Follow any restrictions. Wireless devices can cause interference in aircraft.

SWITCH OFF WHEN REFUELING

Do not use the unit at a refueling point. Do not use near fuel or chemicals.

SWITCH OFF NEAR BLASTING

Follow any restrictions. Do not use the unit where blasting is in progress.

USE SENSIBLY

Use only in the normal position as explained in the product documentation. Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily.

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INTRODUCTION

GSM-VAC4+ communicator is a new mobile voice and SMS autodialling system. It is mostly used to provide wide range of alarm information and very useful remote controls. GSM-VAC4+ can pass on messages about intrusion alarms, technical alarms, etc. by voice call or SMS to the end-user or directly by sending the Contact ID built-in to the Central Monitoring Station (CMS).

GSM-VAC4+ can be used in connection with different applications such as:

• Security alarm systems

Home care and Emergency alarm

• Fire systems

• Car and boat alarm transmitter

• Door entry

Remote access control

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FEATURES AND APPLICATIONS

Features:

Built-in 4 band GSM module

Contact ID protocol built-in

4 alarm inputs

System ON/OFF input

4 remotely/locally controlled trouble status output

⇒ 4 prerecorded alarm messages – 1 for each alarm input

SMS alarm and service messages

LEDs for easy monitoring

10 telephone numbers for alarm reporting

PC programming by USB port

Download programming by SMS

⇒ 50 Caller ID remote & access control users

System activating and deactivating by SMS, CLIP and DTMF command

Output remotely controlled by SMS, CLIP and DTMF command

Up to 1000 event log buffer

Prepaid cards credit and value checking

Security protected for incoming calls

Main and Battery power control

Applications:

⇒ Security alarm systems

⇒ Home care and Emergency alarm

⇒ Fire systems

⇒ Car and boat alarm transmitter

⇒ Door entry

⇒ Remote access control

Temperature regulations

⇒ Vending Machines

Other remote controls

INSTALLATION MANUAL

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GSM-VAC4+

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START UP

INSTALLATION MANUAL

⇒ Insert SIM card to be used for GSM-VAC4+ in your personal mobile phone.

IMPORTANT

ERASE THE PIN CODE!

⇒ Insert SIM card into SIM holder on the GSM-VAC4+ device. The unit must be switched

OFF when you insert the SIM!

⇒ Connect the antenna to antenna connector.

⇒ Connect alarm inputs and outputs to GSM-VAC4+.Connect device to source power supply voltage.

⇒ Wait until LED3 display is turned ON (green) and LED1 (blue) starts flashing. This is set in around 1 minute.

GSM-VAC4+ unit is now ready to operate.

IMPORTANT

Before sending any SMS commands to GSM-VAC4+ device, GSM-

VAC4+ must be in normal operation!

IMPORTANT

When the backup battery 12V/1,2Ah is connected to the unit the main power supply must be from 13,8V to 14,5V DC!

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**** Please note the GSM-VAC4+ now uses a micro SIM.

Also when first powered please wait 2 minutes before programming voice messages. ***

Please send the following text message to the dialler before programming

;SPO=10;

Quick Start Guide

1, Putting the SIM card into your phone.

2, Check that you have credit on the SIM if it is a “pay as you go”.

3, Make sure that you can dial a number without having to enter a PIN number or keypad unlock.

4, Enter the following names and numbers into the SIM phone book.

( Letters have to be capitals )

( Make sure these are stored in the SIM card and not in the Phone’s memory.

You may need to copy, transfer or save to the SIM card

Name TN1 Number Your Mobile Number

Name LN1 Number 1

Name IN1 Number 0

Name #1Alarm Number 1

5, Put SIM card into GSM-VAC4+ SIM holder.

6, Connect 12 Volts to Screw terminal marked +12V

Connect 0 Volts to the 0V screw terminal ( GND ) and Turn on 12 Volt Supply.

8, LED Lamps will go through a flashing sequence on power up.

Wait until the green LED is on Steady, The amber LED is flashing around once every 5 seconds and the blue LED is flashing. ( the number of flashes indicates GSM network signal strength, 1 flash is poor, 5 is max )

9, Connect the headset to the jack socket on the right hand side of the circuit board. Press and hold the joystick switch to “north” to record message 1, when the red LED comes on, speak your message into the Microphone, remove your finger from the button. Press the same button momentarily to listen to the message in the earpiece. Press again to end message playback.

10. When the blue LED is flashing, indicating the the unit is connected to the network, connect input 1 ( IN1 ) to 0 Volts for 5 seconds.

11, The Green LED will flash, the blue LED will be on, the unit is now sending a text and voice message to your phone.

12, Your phone will receive a text message.

13, Your phone will ring, answer it and you will hear your voice message, press # to cancel the alarm. You will hear a beep and the call will end.

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LEDs

Blue LED (LED1)

– Indicates the level of the GSM signal from 1 to 5 LED flashes (1 is weak signal, 5 is excellent signal)

Red LED (LED2)

When LED 2 is ON the unit has a problem with a GSM network connection or the GSM part of the unit is out of order. In this case immediately call the service!

Red LED (LED2) – alarm state

During an alarm event the red LED indicates on which input alarm has been triggered. For example if alarm was triggered on the first input there is 1 LED flash, on second input 2

LED flashes, etc.

Green LED (LED3)

When the alarm inputs on the unit are in active state (SYS=1) then the green LED is ON.

With alarm inputs disabled the green LED goes OFF (SYS=0).

Yellow LED (LED4)

Short flashing indicates that the GSM module is ON, but it is not yet connected on the GSM network. After connection, yellow led is flashing with short pulse ON and a long pulse OFF.

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CLEAR ALL PROGRAMMED DATA FROM SIM

This is highly recommended when a SIM card you are going to use for the GSM-VAC4+ is not new and it already has some data stored in the phone book memory.

By sending this SMS to GSM-VAC4+ all programmed parameters and numbers are cleared:

;SDCLR;

After sending SMS you should wait at least 60 second for the command to be executed!

NOTE

By sending this command to the GSM-VAC4+ all programmed data is erased from the

SIM card, including SMS messages!

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CONNECTING DIAGRAM

INSTALLATION MANUAL

Figure 1: Connection diagram

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DESCRIPTION OF TERMINAL BLOCKS

+BATT/Ground – Battery backup connector. In the original metal box it is possible to place a

1,2Ah/12V battery. Red fasten connector is for positive and black fasten connector is for negative voltage battery supply.

+13,8V/Ground – Power Supply connector - On the left side is positive voltage (+ 12 VDC to

+15VDC) and the right site is GND voltage.

Input 1 – Alarm input 1 - It can be N.O. (normal open) to GND or +12V DC, N.C. (normal close) to GND or +12V DC.

Input 2 – Alarm input 2 - It can be N.O. (normal open) to GND or +12V DC, N.C. (normal close) to GND or +12V DC.

Input 3 Alarm input 3 - It can be N.O. (normal open) to GND or +12V DC, N.C. (normal close) to GND or +12V DC.

Input 4 – Alarm input 4 - It can be N.O. (normal open) to GND or +12V DC, N.C. (normal close) to GND or +12V DC.

ON/OFF – System arm/disarm - It can be N.O. (normal open) to GND or +12V DC, N.C. (normal close) to GND or +12V DC.

NOTE

For the arm/disarm function the ION parameter must be 4, 5 or 6!

Output 1 – First diagnostic, remote control or alarm output. It is Open Collector output with maximum loading current of 500mA.

Output 2 – Second diagnostic, remote control or alarm output. It is Open Collector output with maximum loading current of 500mA.

Output 3 – Third diagnostic, remote control or alarm output. It is Open Collector output with maximum loading current of 500mA.

Output 4 – Fourth diagnostic, remote control or alarm output. It is Open Collector output with maximum loading current of 500mA.

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PROGRAMMING OPTIONS

GSM-VAC4+ device supports different types of programming:

To program GSM-VAC4+ parameters put the SIM card into your personal GSM phone.

Add programming parameters in SIM Card “Phone Book”.

⇒ You can program GSM-VAC4+ remotely by SMS command.

⇒ You can program GSM-VAC4+ with USB key and SIM manager.

You can program GSM-VAC4+ directly via USB interface.

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VOICE MESSAGES – RECORD & PLAY

The memory of each alarm input enables us to record our own voice message in the total length of

10 seconds (4 x 10 seconds). The device is namely equipped with a PLAY/REC audio connector.

For recording and listening recorded messages a headset is necessary. Headset is very common and it is use with many mobile phones but should be supplied also by your distributor.

10.1

RECORDING / LISTENING OF VOICE ALARM MESSAGES

For recording and playing alarm messages GSM-VAC4+ has a joystick switch which you can use in

4 different directions:

Message 1 – UP

Message 2 – RIGHT

Message 3 – DOWN

Message 4 – LEFT message 1 message 4 message 2 message 3

Figure 2: Recording / Listening of alarm messages

10.1.1

RECORDING OF VOICE ALARM MESSAGES:

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

GSM-VAC4+ must be in normal operating mode – registered to the GSM network, to avoid disturbances when logging on to the GSM network.

Insert the handset into the PLAY/REC audio connector on PCB.

RECORDING: Press and hold the joystick up for recording the 1st message (no beep).

The RED LED left of the joystick permanently lit when recording.

When release the joystick the RED LED goes OFF.

Follow the same procedure for all four alarm messages.

10.1.2

PLAYBACK OF VOICE ALARM MESSAGES:

1.

2.

3.

4.

Shortly press the joystick up for listening the 1st message.

You can hear the 1st message.

The RED LED left of the joystick blinks when the message is ended.

Playback stops automatically after the end of the message.

Follow the same procedure for all four alarm messages.

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GSM-VAC4+ PARAMETERS

To support versatile functionality of GSM-VAC4+ different parameters are used. The parameters are divided in logical sections and are described in the following chapters.

11.1

SECURITY LEVEL

SL parameter from 0 to 10 defines which telephone number stored into the phone book from TN1 –

TN0 can enter into programming and remote control unit of the GSM-VAC4+.

NOTE

When the SL level is 0, an access to the GSM-VAC4+ is possible from any phone!

IMPORTANT

Before any SL number is programmed the GSM-VAC4+ can accept ALL

CALLS. Remote SMS programming and remote controlling is possible from any phone!

Table of parameters:

Name / value

SL = 0

SL = 1

SL = 2

SL = 3

SL = 4

SL = 5

SL = 6

SL = 7

SL = 8

SL = 9

SL = 10

Comment

All calls and SMS are accepted

Only number stored under parameter TN1 has access to unit

Numbers stored under parameters TN1 to TN2 have access to unit

Numbers stored under parameters TN1 to TN3 have access to unit

Numbers stored under parameters TN1 to TN4 have access to unit

Numbers stored under parameters TN1 to TN5 have access to unit

Numbers stored under parameters TN1 to TN6 have access to unit

Numbers stored under parameters TN1 to TN7 have access to unit

Numbers stored under parameters TN1 to TN8 have access to unit

Numbers stored under parameters TN1 to TN9 have access to unit

Numbers stored under parameters TN1 to TN0 have access to unit

Table 1: SL parameter

Example:

Direct programming on the SIM card

Name

SL

Number

5

GSM-VAC4+ PROGRAMMING TABLE

SIM CARD PHONE BOOK

Description

Numbers stored under parameters TN1 to TN5 have access to unit

Table 2: SL parameters example

Remote programming by SMS

;SL=5;

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11.2

ALARM SUPPORT

Alarm reporting is supported by group of different parameters. First section is used to define the relations needed for alarm to be triggered. The second section is used to report alarm.

11.2.1

IN Parameters

Alarm and reset input can be triggered in 4 different ways. The status of the input can either be normal closed (N.C) or normal open (N.O.) with positive (+ 12V) or negative (GND) voltage.

When you need the input feedback information it is possible to receive SMS when input returns from alarm to normal position. To receive return SMS use IN=4, 5 or 6.

IN = 0 – Normal Open – triggered with negative voltage (GND)

IN = 1 – Normal Close – breaking negative or positive voltage loop

IN = 2 – Normal Open – triggered with positive voltage (+ 12VCC)

IN = 3 – Input disable

⇒ IN = 4 = IN = 0 + input reset SMS

⇒ IN = 5 = IN = 1 + input reset SMS

⇒ IN = 6 = IN = 2 + input reset SMS

IN P U T 1 - 4 IN P U T 1 - 4 IN P U T 1 - 4 IN P U T 1 - 4

N .O .

C on ta c t

N .O.

C on ta c t

N . C.

C o n ta c t

G N D

+ 12 V D C

Figure 3: Input Connection diagram

Table of parameters:

Name

ION

IN1

IN2

IN3

IN4

System arm/disarm control

Input 1 control

Input 2 control

Input 3 control

Input 4 control

Comment

Table 3: IN parameters

C o n ta c t

+ 1 2V D C

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Example:

Direct programming on the SIM card

Name

ION

IN1

IN2

IN3

IN4

GSM-VAC4+ PROGRAMMING TABLE

SIM CARD PHONE BOOK

Number Description

4

2

4

0

1

OFF – connecting GND on ON/OFF input

Alarm activated by connecting to GND

Alarm activated by disconnecting GND or +12V

Alarm activated by connecting +12V

Alarm activated by connecting to GND + RST SMS

Table 4: IN parameters example

Remote programming by SMS

;ION=0;IN1=0;IN2=1;IN3=2;IN4=4;

11.2.2

ID parameters

ID parameter determines time period of the pulse length to trigger the Input. The pulse time can be from 0.5 seconds to 9999 seconds. Minimum time is 0.5 seconds when the parameter value is 0.

Table of parameters:

Name

DON

ID1

ID2

ID3

ID4

Comment

Default ID filter is 0.5 seconds – ON/OFF input

Default ID filter is 0.5 seconds – input 1

Default ID filter is 0.5 seconds – input 2

Default ID filter is 0.5 seconds – input 3

Default ID filter is 0.5 seconds – input 4

Table 5: ID parameters

Example:

Direct programming on the SIM card

Name

DON

ID1

ID2

ID3

ID4

GSM-VAC4+ PROGRAMMING TABLE

SIM CARD PHONE BOOK

Number Description

0

5

30

2

0

Default ID filter is 0.5 seconds – ON/OFF input

ID filter is 5 seconds for input 1

ID filter is 30 seconds for input 2

ID filter is 2 seconds for input 3

ID filter is 0.5 seconds for input 4

Table 6: ID parameters example

Remote programming by SMS

;DON=0;ID1=5;ID2=30;ID3=2;ID4=0;

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11.2.3

DD parameters

If you would like to have a delay before unit starts dialing procedure use DD – delay before dialing parameter.

Table of parameters:

Name

DDN

DD1

DD2

DD3

DD4

Comment

ON/OFF input delay

Delay before dialing for Input 1

Delay before dialing for Input 2

Delay before dialing for Input 3

Delay before dialing for Input 4

Table 7: DD parameters

Example:

Direct programming on the SIM card

Name

DD1

DD2

GSM-VAC4+ PROGRAMMING TABLE

SIM CARD PHONE BOOK

Number Description

1

2

Delay before dialing is 1 seconds for input 1

Delay before dialing is 2 seconds for input 2

Table 8: DD parameters example

Remote programming by SMS

;DD1=1;DD2=2;

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11.2.4

TN parameters

Telephone numbers for remote alarm reporting are listed as TN parameters. Remote alarm reporting on GSM-VAC4+ is done via SMS messages or VOICE call.

GSM-VAC4+ makes a voice call, send alarm notification SMS message or both. If the corresponding name ends with the letter “V” only VOICE call is made and if the name ends with the letter “M” only SMS message is sent.

Table of parameters:

NOTE

Name

TN1

TN2

TN3

TN4

TN5

TN6

TN7

TN8

TN9

TN0

1 st

telephone number

2 nd

telephone number

3 rd

telephone number

4 th

telephone number

5 th

telephone number

6 th

telephone number

7 th

telephone number

8 th

telephone number

9 th

telephone number

10 th

telephone number

Comment

Table 9: TN parameters

By pressing * on your phone you switch OFF the redial call for calling number. The remaining numbers are called as usual. By pressing # you switch off all remaining calls.

NOTE

When VOICE is used for alarm reporting, the user has the possibility to control the

GSM-VAC4+ activity with the various DTMF commands.

Example:

Direct programming on the SIM card

Name

TN1

TN2V

TN3M

GSM-VAC4+ PROGRAMMING TABLE

SIM CARD PHONE BOOK

Number Description

042376678 1st telephone number (VOICE alarm & SMS message)

040719479 2nd telephone number (VOICE alarm only)

040308350 3rd telephone number (SMS message only)

Table 10: TN parameters example

Remote programming by SMS

;TN1=042376678;TN2V=040719479;TN3M=040308350;

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11.2.5

LN Parameters

These parameters are used to link alarm event from inputs or any other source to the telephone numbers on TN list.

Table of parameters:

Name

LN1

LN2

LN3

LN4

LN5

LN6

LN7

LN8

LN9

LN10

LN11

Comment

Input & telephone No. linking for 1 st

alarm input (TN1 – TN0)

Input & telephone No. linking for 2 st

alarm input (TN1 – TN0)

Input & telephone No. linking for 3 st

alarm input (TN1 – TN0)

Input & telephone No. linking for 4 st

alarm input (TN1 – TN0)

Power down, telephone No. linking (TN1 – TN0)

Low Battery, telephone No. Linking (TN1 – TN0)

Periodic test SMS, telephone No. linking (TN1 – TN0)

SIM card refill, telephone No. linking (TN1 – TN0)

Tamper switch, telephone No. linking (TN1 – TN0)

Unauthorized call or SMS, telephone No. linking (TN1 – TN0)

Log status, telephone No. linking (TN1 – TN0)

Table 11: LN parameters

Example:

Direct programming on the SIM card

Name

LN8

LN1

LN2

LN3

LN4

LN7

Number

12

13

123

5

45

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SIM CARD PHONE BOOK

Description

Refill SIM – SMS is sent to TN1 & TN2

Input1 is called/sent SMS to TN1 & TN3

Input2 is called/sent SMS to TN1, TN2 & TN3

Input3 is called/sent SMS to TN5

Input4 is called/sent SMS to send to TN4 & TN5

Periodic Test SMS is sent to TN1 & TN2

Table 12: LN parameters example

Remote programming by SMS

;LN8=12;LN1=13;LN2=123;LN3=5;LN4=45;LN7=12;

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11.2.6

MAIN and BATT parameter

GSM-VAC4+ can send an SMS message in case of the main power failure. SMS message is sent to user. You can also program how long the unit can stay without power before sending this message.

GSM-VAC4+ can control battery level and sends 3 SMS messages when following voltage level on battery is reached: 11.5V, 10.5V and 9V. It sends the “Low Battery” and battery level in volts SMS message together.

The low battery level can be detected when the unit works without main power supply.

Should the battery power rise again above 11,5V GSM-VAC4+ sends an SMS message with the following text: “Low Battery restored”.

NOTE

The “Low battery” event is send when the GSM-VAC4+ operates only with a backup battery and it is not connected on the Main Power Supply.

Parameter MAIN determines time out control after which the GSM-VAC4+ will send “Main Power

Lost alarm”. Time can be set between 1 and 9999 seconds.

Parameter BATT determines time out control after which the GSM-VAC4+ will send Battery power level notifications. Time can be set between 1 and 9999 seconds.

Table of parameters:

Name

MAIN

BATT

Comment

Main Power Lost filter

Battery Power Lost filter

Table 13: MAIN, BATT parameters

Example:

Direct programming on the SIM card

Name

MAIN

BATT

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SIM CARD PHONE BOOK

Number Description

5

20

Main power must be down 5s to send alarm.

Battery level must be stable for 20s to send alarm.

Table 14: MAIN, BATT parameters example

Remote programming by SMS

;MAIN=5;BATT=20;

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11.2.7

OS parameters

GSM-VAC4+ device has 4 open collector outputs and each of them can be programmed in a different way: as a bi-stable or mono-stable (pulse) output. The programming time is in seconds

and can be set from 2-9999 seconds.

Typical connection for the output:

⇒ OSX = 0 – Selected output is disabled

OSX = 1 – Selected output is in bi-stable toggle mode

⇒ OSX = 2 – Selected output is in mono-stable pulse mode (pulse time is set to 2 seconds)

Where X is one of the output numbers from 1 to 4.

Table of parameters:

Name

OS1

OS2

OS3

OS4

Comment

Control for the 1 st

output

Control for the 2 nd

output

Control for the 3 rd

output

Control for the 4 th

output

Table 15: OS parameters

Example:

Direct programming on the SIM card

Name

OS1

OS4

GSM-VAC4+ PROGRAMMING TABLE

SIM CARD PHONE BOOK

Number

1

14

Description

1 st

Output – Bistable toggle mode

4 th

Output – Monostable pulse mode (14 sec. pulse)

Table 16: OS parameters example

Remote programming by SMS

;OS1=1;OS4=14;

If you would like to receive SMS message with the Output status write “+” before SMS command:

Remote programming by SMS

;+OS1=1;OS4=14;

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11.2.8

OD parameters

OD parameters are used to link alarm events directly to output. OD1 to OD4 are used to link input events to output, other are used for internal function notification.

Table of parameters:

Name

OD1

OD2

OD3

OD4

OD6

OD7

OD8

OD9

OD10

OD11

Input 1 direct link to output

Input 2 direct link to output

Input 3 direct link to output

Input 4 direct link to output

GSM network error

System tamper

System ON/OFF

Unauthorized call/SMS

Listen in indication

CID transfer error

Comment

Table 17: OD parameters

Example:

Direct programming on the SIM card

Name

OD1

OD2

OD6

OD7

OD8

Number

2

4

1

0

3

GSM-VAC4+ PROGRAMMING TABLE

SIM CARD PHONE BOOK

Description

Alarm on IN1 trigger output 1

No direct connection between input2 and output

GSM network failure on output 2

System tamper on output 4

System ON/OFF on output 3

Table 18: OD parameters example

Remote programming by SMS

;OD1=1;OD2=0;OD6=2;OD7=4;OD8=3;

11.2.9

IT, AR and IB parameters

With these parameters user define the number of alarm events that can be triggered in chosen interval before the systems goes in bypass mode (blocks sending alarm events to telephone numbers).

IT – parameter defines the interval (in seconds) in which maximum AR number of alarm can be triggered.

AR – parameter defines the maximum number of alarms trigged in IT time

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IB – IB parameter defines how long (in seconds) sending of alarm events is blocked when automatic input block system in enabled.

Table of parameters:

Name

IT1

IT2

IT3

IT4

AR1

AR2

AR3

AR4

IB1

IB2

IB3

IB4

Comment

Time interval 1 st

input

Time interval 2 nd

input

Time interval 3 rd

input

Time interval 4 th

input

Maximum allowed number of events on 1 st

input

Maximum allowed number of events on 2 nd

input

Maximum allowed number of events on 3 rd

input

Maximum allowed number of events on 4 th

input

System block time on 1 st

input

System block time on 2 nd

input

System block time on 3 rd

input

System block time on 4 th

input

Table 19: IT, AR and IB parameters

Example:

Input 1 will be blocked for 10 minutes if 10 alarm events are triggered within 125 seconds

Input 2 will be blocked for 1 hour if 5 alarm events are triggered within 12 minutes.

Direct programming on the SIM card

Name

IT1

AR1

IB1

IT2

AR2

IB2

Number

125

10

600

720

5

3600

GSM-VAC4+ PROGRAMMING TABLE

SIM CARD PHONE BOOK

Description

Time interval on input 1

Max number of alarm events on input 1

System block time on input 1

Time interval on input 2

Max number of alarm events on input 2

System block time on input 2

Table 20: IT, AR and IB parameters example

Remote programming by SMS

;IT1=125;AR1=10;IB1=600; IT2=720;AR2=5;IB2=3600;

NOTE

Arm/disarm events on GSM-VAC4+ resets bypass function.

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11.2.10

Alarm SMS reporting

The default message text is English, but it is possible to change language with LNG parameter. In addition user can customize a short SMS message text for each alarm input.

Each message is built from 3 parts and user can write the first (User Location) and the second

(alarm event) part of the message. Unit adds the third part (alarm event description) automatically.

Language of the 3rd part may be changed by LNG parameter. The message is stored in the SIM phone book so you should add any number for correct operation.

#

#

1

#

#

#

3

4

1

2

2 3 4 5 6

0 U S E R

I

I

N

N

P

P

U

U

7

T

T

I N P U T

I N P U T

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

L O C A T I O N

1

2

3

4

Table 21: Alarm SMS formatting

NOTE

Message should not be longer than 14 characters! Space is also counted as one character.

Example:

Remote programming by SMS

;#0USER LOCATION=0;#1INPUT 1=1;#2INPUT 2=2;#3INPUT 3=3;#4INPUT 4=4;

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11.2.11

DTMF REMOTE COMMANDS

When GSM-VAC4+ enters VOICE call user has the option to control device via DTMF command.

By default this DTMF control is limited to canceling the ongoing and all next call.

The user receives a confirmation of most DTMF commands via DTMF feedback pattern 1 or 3 beeps.

REMOTE COMMAND

00

01

21

22

30

31

10

11

12

20

51

52

53

54

32

40

41

42

99

90

*

#

ACTION DESCRIPTION

All outputs OFF (3 beeps=OFF)

All outputs ON (1 beep=ON)

Output 1 OFF (3 beeps=OFF)

Output 1 ON (1 beep=ON)

Check the output 1 state (1 beep=ON, 3 beeps=OFF)

Output 2 OFF (3 beeps=OFF)

Output 2 ON (1 beep=ON)

Check the output 2 state (1 beep=ON, 3 beeps=OFF)

Output 3 OFF (3 beeps=OFF)

Output 3 ON (1 beep=ON)

Check the output3 state (1 beep=ON, 3 beeps=OFF)

Output 4 OFF(3 beeps=OFF)

Output 4 ON (1 beep=ON)

Check the output4 state (1 beep=ON, 3 beeps=OFF)

Input 1 status checking (1 beep=alarm, 3 beeps=normal)

Input 2 status checking (1 beep=alarm, 3 beeps=normal)

Input 3 status checking (1 beep=alarm, 3 beeps=normal)

Input 4 status checking (1 beep=alarm, 3 beeps=normal)

Listen-in ON

Listen-in OFF

Does not call this telephone number again

Complete interruption of the dialing procedure

Table 22: GSM-VAC4+ DTMF commands

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11.3

ADVANCED CLIP FUNCTION

GSM-VAC4+ supports advanced CLIP (Calling Line Identification Presentation) function with confirmation. Benefit of this CLIP function is that it that the user can control the different function on GSM-VAC4+ without any costs and receives a confirmation that the CLIP has been acknowledged.

NOTE

To activate the advanced CLIP function call must be canceled after 1 and up to 3 rings.

CLIP function makes a call back to calling number to confirm the control.

11.3.1

TC parameters

10 telephone numbers which are stored into the phone book from TN1 to TN0 can manage following functions using CLIP without making any cost to the user’s GSM bill. With TC parameter you define the function you need for corresponding TN number.

Trigger one of the GSM-VAC4+ Output (parameter 1-4)

Switch the system ON/OFF (parameter 5)

System control with “Call-back” function (parameter 6)

NOTE

With one telephone number you can control only one function (for example trigger only first output)!

Table of parameters:

Name

TC1

TC2

TC3

TC4

TC5

TC6

TC7

TC8

TC9

TC0

Comment

First CLIP telephone number = TN1

Second CLIP telephone number = TN2

Third CLIP telephone number = TN3

Forth CLIP telephone number = TN4

Fifth CLIP telephone number = TN5

Sixth CLIP telephone number = TN6

Seventh CLIP telephone number = TN7

Eight CLIP telephone number = TN8

Ninth CLIP telephone number = TN9

Tenth CLIP telephone number = TN0

Table 23: TC parameters

Example:

Direct programming on the SIM card

GSM-VAC4+ PROGRAMMING TABLE

Name

TC1

TC2

TC3

Number

3

5

6

SIM CARD PHONE BOOK

Description

1 st

CLIP activates the Output 3

2 nd

CLIP switches system OFF/ON

3 rd

CLIP calls back from device to user

Table 24: TC parameters example

Remote programming by SMS

;TC1=3;TC2=5;TC3=6;

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11.4

CLIP FUNCTION

The second CLIP function that GSM-VAC4+ supports is simple CLIP (Calling Line Identification

Presentation) function. Benefit of simple CLIP function is that it supports more user than advanced

CLIP function and is used to simply control the predefined output of GSM-VAC4+.

NOTE

To activate simple CLIP function just call GSM-VAC4+ device. The device will automatically disconnect the call and control the output.

11.4.1

CLPEN parameter

Parameter is used to enable/disable simple CLIP function.

CLPEN = 0 Clip function is disabled

CLPEN = 1 Clip function will only work on numbers defined with CLP parameters

CLPEN = 2 Clip function will with ALL numbers calling GSM-VAC4+

11.4.2

CLPOU parameter

Parameter is used to define which output should GSM-VAC4+ trigger if the number called the device is on the CLP list

Trigger one of the GSM-VAC4+ Outputs (parameter 1-4)

11.4.3

CLPI parameter

CLPI parameter is a precondition for simple CLIP function to operate. With this parameter user defines the input that has to be activated for simple CLIP function to operate.

Precondition can be one of the GSM-VAC4+ Inputs (parameter 1-4), with 0 this precondition is disabled.

11.4.4

CLP1 to CLP50 parameters

The parameters are used to define telephone numbers for simple CLIP function.

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Table of parameters:

Name

CLPEN

CLPOU

CLPI

CLP1

.

.

.

CLP50

Comment

Control of CLIP function

Output controlled by CLIP function

Precondition for CLIP function

CLIP Telephone number for 1 user

.

.

.

CLIP Telephone number for 50. user

Table 25: CLIP parameters

Example:

Direct programming on the SIM card

Name

CLPEN

CLPOU

CLP1

CLP3

GSM-VAC4+ PROGRAMMING TABLE

SIM CARD PHONE BOOK

Number Description

1

2

Enable simple CLIP function

CLIP function will trigger output 2

042340880 Number for CLIP control

040340880 Number for CLIP control

Table 26: CLIP parameters example

Remote programming by SMS

;CLPEN=1;CLPOU=2;CLP1=042340880;CLP1=040340880;

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11.5

PREPAID CARD CREDIT AND VALIDITY INFORMATION

GSM-VAC4+ can be used with prepaid SIM cards and its limitations. To be able to overcome this limitation of the prepaid SIM cards, GSM-VAC4+ offers the possibility of automatic checking mechanism for credit and time expiration.

NOTE

GSM-VAC4+ automatically sends warning SMS when the credit reaches low level defined by LCV parameter or SIM card validity is near to expiration.

NOTE

For support of different GSM providers contact support.

11.5.1

LCV and SCV parameter

LCV is used to set the limit for low credit event. If the credit on prepaid SIM cards falls below this limit SMS is send.

SCV the period of valid operating time varies with different GSM network providers. The value can be programmed from 1 to 360 days. The default value does not presume any kind of expiry warning.

NOTE

After the SIM refill it is necessary to send a command SMS to the GSM-VAC4+ and reset the counter.

;SCV=XXX;

Where XXX are number of days. For example in Slovenia SCV is 90 and in Italy 360 days.

NOTE

The parameter SCV must be sent by SMS command and should not be programmed directly on SIM card.

11.5.2

CC1, CC2 and CC3 parameters

Number used to check low credit value. They are provided from the GSM providers.

⇒ CC1 - This method can be used by any GSM provider that supports Unstructured

Supplementary Service Data

CC2

CC3

- This method is dedicated to TIM mobile provider

- This method is dedicated to Vodafone mobile provider

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11.5.3

CREF, CTIM, CVODA parameters

Parameters are used to find the credit value of the prepaid SIM card. Strings under these parameters are used to pars the replay message from the GSM provider.

CREF - Pars string for the replays received from CC1 number

CVODA - Pars string for the replays received from CC2 number

⇒ CTIM - Pars string for the replays received from CC3 number

Table of parameters:

Name

LCV

SCV

CC1

CC2

CC3

CREF

CVODA

CTIM

Comment

Low credit value, bottom limit for low credit event.

Sim card validity time ( in days)

Credit number for credit check universally used

Credit number for credit check dedicated for Italian TIM mobile provider

Credit number for credit check dedicated for Italian Vodafone mobile provider

String for parsing replay message from CC1 number

String for parsing replay message from CC2 number

String for parsing replay message from CC3 number

Table 27: Credit checking parameters

Example:

Direct programming on the SIM card

Name

CC1

CC2

CC3

LCV

GSM-VAC4+ PROGRAMMING TABLE

SIM CARD PHONE BOOK

Number

see below

Description

4 Low credit message will be send bellow 4

CC1=*#1345# for Vodafone and *#10# for O2.

Table 28: Credit checking parameters example

This method can be used by any user that receive credit messages like that on their GSM phone (press *+provider number+” & call button).

Remote programming by SMS

;CC1=*448#;CC2=4916;CC3=404;LCV=4;

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11.6

SET-UP PARAMETERS

Different parameters are used to support versatile functionality of GSM-VAC4+.

11.6.1

CRE parameter

Repetition of alarm calling sequences. With the number from 1 to 99 we define how often the sequence is repeated in case the number is busy or not answered.

11.6.2

UDC parameter

Parameter is used to synchronize GSM-VAC4+ clock to GSM network clock. User must enter here the number of the GSM-VAC4+ SIM card (Telephone number of GSM-VAC4+ device).

11.6.3

HTN parameter

Hidden telephone number. This function (“0” value) is used in order to conceal the telephone number of the GSM-VAC4+ device. Value “1” means that the number is displayed.

11.6.4

TST parameter

A test SMS is sent periodically. GSM-VAC4+ can send the test message in the interval ranging from 1 hour to 240 hours.

Example:

To send test SMS TST value is set to 12, the numbers linked to “LN7” receive a test message every 12 hours.

11.6.5

TSTT parameter

TSTT parameter is used to define reference point for sending test message. If this parameter is set than after restart of the GSM-VAC4+ first test SMS will be send out at time defined with TSTT parameter.

Parameter value is defined in hours.

Example:

To receive first test SMS at 20.00h TSTT value must be set to 20

NOTE

By setting TSTT=0 this function is disabled

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11.6.6

MNF parameter

When it is necessary to fix the GSM network to one provider the user can use the MNF parameter.

The MNF parameter switches automatic network searching to manual.

Example:

MCC/MNC code for Simobil is 29340, Mobitel is 29341, TIM is 22201, and Vodafone

Italy is 22210.

More information about national MCC/MNC codes can be acquired at:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mobile_Network_Code

11.6.7

AUD parameter

AUD parameter enables you to change between different audio modes on GSM-VAC4+ device.

⇒ AUD = 0 - Optimized for “voice data” transfer

⇒ AUD = 1 - Optimized for plain audio call

11.6.8

MIC1 parameter

MIC1 parameter enables you to change the sound level on microphone. Microphone level can be in range from 0 to 40.

11.6.9

MIC2 parameter

MIC2 parameter enables you to change the sound level on auxiliary microphone. Microphone level can be in range from 0 to 40.

11.6.10

SPK parameter

SPK parameter enables you to change the speaker sound level. Speaker level can be in range from 0 to 20.

11.6.11

RTN parameter

RNT parameter defines how long (in seconds) the device is dialing telephone number before switching to another.

11.6.12

LOT parameter

LOT parameter defines how long (in seconds) the device is connected to dialed unit.

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11.6.13

ARST parameter

ARST parameter defines periodic auto restart time (in hours) of the device.

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11.6.14

LNG parameter

LNG parameter switches between the pre-programmed languages:

0 - English

1 - Italian

2 - Slovenian

3 - Croatian

4 - Dutch

5 - German

⇒ 6 - Spanish

11.6.15

LED parameter

LED parameter enables you to turn indication LEDs on GSM-VAC4+ ON or OFF (0 – led OFF, 1 – led ON)

11.6.16

BIDI parameter

BIDI is a special parameter used to change multiple settings in one step. Used for special purposes.

Contact sales for more information.

11.6.17

ADF parameter

Parameter is used to define voice refresh function, to prevent blocking of SIM in some networks.

When ADF time out expires call is made to TN1 telephone number.

11.6.18

SPO parameter

SPO parameter is used to define the starting point for storage of GSM-VAC4+ parameters on SIM card.

NOTE

If this offset is needed than first configuration parameter has to be SPO, other than follow latter. In addition programming must be done via SMS or direct USB connection.

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11.6.19

REG parameter

REG parameter is used to define time out (in seconds) for how long may GSM-VAC4+ drop out of registration before GSM module will be restarted.

NOTE

This is a very useful function in unstable GSM networks.

Table of parameters:

Name

CRE

UDC

HTN

TST

TSTT

MNF

AUD

MIC1

MIC2

SPK

RTN

LOT

ARST

LNG

LED

BIDI

ADF

SPO

REG

Comment

Number of dialing attempts (1 – 99)

GSM-VAC4+

number for system time

synchronization

Hidden telephone number (1= displayed, 0 = hidden)

Periodic test SMS

Periodic test SMS start time

Automatic network searching (default)

Audio modes

Sound input 1 level (0-40)

Sound input 2 level (0-40)

Sound output level (0-20)

Ring time

Active connection time out

GSM module auto restart time

Switch between different languages

Led indication control

Multiple setting change (contact sales for more info)

Auto dial function

SIM card offset for parameters

Out of registration time out.

Table 29: Set-up parameters

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Example:

Direct programming on the SIM card

Name

CRE

HTN

MNF

LNG

MIC1

SPK

TST

TSTT

REG 60

GSM-VAC4+ PROGRAMMING TABLE

SIM CARD PHONE BOOK

Number

2

0

29340

1

15

8

24

14

Description

Number of dialing attempts - 2

Hidden telephone number of the GSM-VAC4+

Manual fixing of the GSM provider (Simobil)

Switch to Italian language

Microphone sound level

Speaker sound level

24 hours periodic test SMS

First SMS will be send out at 12.00

GSM module will be restarted if GSM-VAC4+ is 60s out of the GSM registration.

Table 30: Set-up parameters example

Remote programming by SMS

;CRE=2;HTN=0;MFN=29340;LNG=1;MIC1=15;SPK=8;

TST=24;TSTT=14;REG=60;

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11.7

CONTACT ID EVENT REPORTING

GSM-VAC4+ is capable to send all of its events in Contact ID form to CMS. Next parameters are used to support this function.

11.7.1

CID parameter

CID parameter is used to enable/disable this function.

11.7.2

CIN parameter

CIN parameter is used to set incoming volume level for CID communication. CIN level can vary in range from 0 to 20.

11.7.3

COUT parameter

COUT parameter is used to set outgoing volume level for CID communication. COUT level can vary in range from 0 to 40.

11.7.4

TN11 parameter

TN11 parameter represents primary telephone number for CID reporting.

11.7.5

TN12 parameter

TN12 parameter represents secondary telephone number for CID reporting.

Table of parameters:

Name

CID

CIN

COUT

TN11

TN12

Comment

CID function enable/disable parameter

CID incooming volume setting

CID outgoing volume setting

Primary telephone number

Secondary telephone number

Table 31: CID parameters

Example:

Direct programming on the SIM card

GSM-VAC4+ PROGRAMMING TABLE

SIM CARD PHONE BOOK

Name

CID

CIN

TN11

Number

1

12

042340880

Description

CID reporting enabled

CID incoming volume level

Primary telephone number

Table 32: CID parameters example

Remote programming by SMS

;CID=1;CIN=12;TN11=042340880;

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11.8

EVENT LOG PARAMETERS

GSM-VAC4+ has a small set of parameters to manage log memory.

11.8.1

LOGN parameter

LOGN parameter is used to define the number of log events that will be send out in case of PLOG command

11.8.2

LOGI parameter

LOGN parameter is used to enable and define GSM-VAC4+ log storage.

⇒ LOGI=0 Logging is OFF

⇒ LOGI=1 Logging in internal memory

⇒ LOGI=2 Logging to USB interface

11.8.3

ALC parameter

ALC parameter defines an action in case when the LOG memory is FULL

⇒ ALC=0 Automatically delete buffer when memory is FULL

⇒ ALC=1 Memory buffer must be deleted manually when it is FULL

Table of parameters:

Name

LOGI

LOGN

ALC

Comment

Log storage

Number of log events for print

Control for memory handling in case memory storage is full

Table 33: LOG parameters

Example:

Direct programming on the SIM card

Name

LOGI

LOGN

ALC

GSM-VAC4+ PROGRAMMING TABLE

SIM CARD PHONE BOOK

Number

1

10

1

Description

Use internal GSM-VAC4+ storage

Send 10 events in case of PLOG request

Automatically delete memory buffer when is full

Table 34: LOG parameters example

Remote programming by SMS

;LOGI=1;LOGN=10;ALC=1;

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PRINT-OUT OF THE PARAMETERS

12.1

RECEIVE ALL PARAMETERS (PALL)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive messages with all parameters that are currently programmed in the unit. Send: ;PALL;

12.2

RECEIVE TELEPHONE NUMBERS (PTN)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with all currently programmed telephone numbers (TN1 – TN0) . Send: ;PTN;

12.3

RECEIVE LINKS (PLN)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with all currently programmed links (LN1 –LN11) . Send: ;PLN;

12.4

RECEIVE INPUT PARAMETERS (PIN)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with all currently programmed Input parameters (IN1 – IN4). Send: ;PIN;

12.5

RECEIVE INPUT FILTER VALUE (PID)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with all currently programmed Input filters (ID1 – ID4 and ION):

;PID;

12.6

RECEIVE DELAY BEFORE DIAL VALUE (PDD)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with all currently programmed Input filters (DD1 – DD4 and DON). Send: ;PDD;

12.7

RECEIVE INPUT FILTER PARAMETERS (PIF)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with all currently programmed filters parameters (IT1 – IT4, AR1 – AR4, IB1 – IB4) . Send: ;PIF;

12.8

RECEIVE CREDIT CHECK NUMBERS (PCN)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with all currently programmed credit check parameters (CC1, CC2 and CC3) . Send: ;PCN;

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12.9

RECEIVE CREDIT CHECK PARSE STRING PARAM. (PCREF)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with all currently programmed credit parse string parameters (CREF, CTIM and CVODA) . Send: ;PCREF;

12.10

RECEIVE CREDIT STATUS FOR CC1 (PCC1)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with current credit status and

SMS received from the GSM provider. Send: ;PCC1;

12.11

RECEIVE CREDIT STATUS FOR CC2 (PCC2)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with current credit status and

SMS received from the GSM provider. Send: ;PCC2;

12.12

RECEIVE CREDIT STATUS FOR CC3 (PCC3)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with current credit status and

SMS received from the GSM provider. Send: ;PCC3;

12.13

RECEIVE CLIP IDENTIFICATION FUNCTIONS (PTC)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with all currently programmed CLIP function to dedicated telephone number (TC1 – TC0). Send: ;PTC;

12.14

RECEIVE ACCESS TELEPHONE NUMBERS (PSL)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with programmed SL level.

Send: ;PSL;

12.15

RECEIVE OUTPUT PARAMETERS (POS)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with all currently programmed Outputs parameters (OS1 – OS4). Send: ;POS;

12.16

RECEIVE LINK FOR LOCAL ALARM OUTPUT (POD)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with all currently programmed direct output alarm links (OD1 – OD11). Send: ;POD;

12.17

RECEIVE ALL PROGRAMMED SMS MESSAGES (P#)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with all currently programmed alarm SMS messages (#0 - #4). Send: ;P#;

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12.18

RECEIVE THE POWER LEVEL ON THE UNIT (PPWR)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with current main power level in volts or current battery voltage when the unit runs on the backup battery. Send: ;PPWR;

12.19

RECEIVE SET-UP PARAMETERS VALUE (PPA)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with all currently programmed Setup parameters (CRE, MNF, MAIN…). Send: ;PPA;

12.20

STATE OF THE CREDIT FOR THE PREPAID CARD

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with Credit amount on your prepaid SIM card. Send: ;PCCX; Where X is the number of programmed prepaid card provider.

12.21

RECEIVE CID PARAMETERS (PCID)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with CID configuration.

Send:v;PCID;

12.22

RECEIVE SIMPLE CLIP PARAMETERS (PCLP)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with simple CLIP configuration. Send: ;PCLP;

12.23

RECEIVE LOG PARAMETERS AND EVENTS (PLOG)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS messages with log parameters and log events. Send: ;PLOG;

NOTE

When working with SMS use this parameter print with care. It might generate lot of

SMS messages in replay.

12.24

STATE OF THE OUTPUTS (PORC)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with current outputs state.

Send: ;PORC;

12.25

STATE OF THE INPUTS (INS)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with current input state.

Send: ;INS;

12.26

RECEIVE SYSTEM STATUS (PSYS)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message system current time and up time. Send: ;PSYS;

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SYSTEM COMMANDS

Next system commands are used to help the user to control the operation of GSM-VAC4+ device.

13.1

FACTORY DEFAULT COMMAND (SDCLR)

SDCLR command is used to delete all parameters and SMS on SIM card. After delete process is completed the system will be restarted. Now GSM-VAC4+ will be loaded with factory default settings (Paragraph 20).

;SDCLR;

13.2

GSM MODULE RESTART (MRES)

MRES command is used to restart GSM module.

;MRES;

13.3

SYSTEM RESTART (SSRES)

SSRES command is used to restart GSM-VAC4+.

;SSRES;

13.4

LOG MEMORY CLEAR (LCLR)

LCLR command is used to manually clear internal memory storage of log.

;LCLR;

13.5

REMOVE ALL CLP USER (CLPCL)

CLPCL command is used to delete all CLIP users (CLP1 - CLP50).

;CLPCL;

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CHECKING AND CHANGING SYSTEM STATUS

(ON/OFF)

14.1

CHECKING SYSTEM STATUS BY SMS COMMAND

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with state of the system:

;SYS;

Return SMS can be:

;SYS= ON; System is ON (active inputs)

;SYS= OFF; System is OFF (inputs are not active)

14.2

CHANGING SYSTEM STATUS TO ON (SYSTEM ON)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ it switches the system ON.

;SYS=1; or ;SYS=ON;

14.3

CHANGING SYSTEM STATUS TO OFF (SYSTEM OFF)

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ it switches the system OFF.

;SYS=0; or ;SYS=OFF;

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CHECKING THE INPUT STATUS

User can check input status with the use of SMS command.

15.1

CHECKING INPUT STATUS BY SMS COMMAND

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with all Input status:

;INS;

Return SMS message is:

;INS(1-4)=(OPEN-ON) – alarm loop is open and the input is in alarm state

;INS(1-4)=(OPEN-OFF) – alarm loop is open and the alarm input is in idle state

;INS(1-4)=(LOW-ON) – alarm loop is close on GND and the input is in alarm state

;INS(1-4)=(LOW-OFF) – alarm loop is close on the GND and the alarm input is in idle state

;INS(1-4)=(HGH-ON) – alarm loop is close on +12MCC and the input is in alarm state

⇒ ;INS(1-4)=(HIGH-OFF) – alarm loop is close on +12V and the alarm input is in idle state

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CHECKING AND CHANGING OUTPUT STATUS

User can manage outputs with the use of SMS command.

16.1

CHECKING OUTPUT STATUS BY SMS COMMAND

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ you receive SMS message with all Output status:

;PORC;

Return SMS message is:

⇒ ;Output 1=(ON-OFF) – status on output 1.

⇒ ;Output 2=(ON-OFF) – status on output 2.

⇒ ;Output 3=(ON-OFF) – status on output 3.

⇒ ;Output 4=(ON-OFF) – status on output 4.

16.2

ORC PARAMETER

This parameter is used to control outputs directly via SMS message.

16.3

OUTPUT REMOTE CONTROL BY SMS COMMAND

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ the output X is switched ON:

;ORCX=1;

For X please choose one of the output numbers from 1 to 4.

By sending this command to GSM-VAC4+ the output X is switched OFF:

;ORCX=0;

For X please choose one of the output numbers from 1 to 4.

If you would like to receive SMS message with the Output status write “+” before SMS command:

;+ORCX=1;

For X please choose one of the output numbers from 1 to 4.

Return SMS message is:

ORCX=(ON)

Where X is one of the output numbers from 1 to 4.

Table of parameters:

Name

ORC1

ORC2

ORC3

ORC4

Comment

Control of output 1

Control of output 2

Control of output 3

Control of output 4

Table 35: ORC parameters

Example:

Remote programming by SMS

SMS commad

;ORC1=1;

;ORC2=0;

Activate output 1

Deactivate output 2

Description

Table 36: ORC parameters example

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CHANGING PARAMETERS USING THE SMS

COMMAND

All programming parameters for GSM-VAC4+ can also be sent by SMS command. Each SMS command should start and stop with semicolon. If the confirmation SMS is needed, put “+” at the beginning of the command SMS.

The first SMS is SMS with telephone numbers (TN1 – TN0). If you would like to check which telephone numbers are programmed in GSM-VAC4+ please use the following command:

;PTN;

Return SMS is (example):

;TN0=0;TN1=0;TN2=0;TN3=0;TN4=0;TN5=0;TN6=0;TN7=0;TN 8=0;TN9=0;

If you would like to enter telephone numbers in to GSM-VAC4+ you can use the following example:

;

TN0=040713470;TN1=+38643364850;TN2=041255630;TN3=0;TN4=0;TN5=0;TN6=0;TN

7=0;TN8=0;TN9=0;

;

If you would like to receive confirmation SMS write “+” before SMS command:

+TN0=040713470;TN1=+38643364850;TN2=041255630;TN3=0;TN4=0;TN5=0;TN6=0;T

N7=0;TN8=0;TN9=0;

Return SMS from GSM-VAC4+ is:

;

TN0=040713470;TN1=+38643364850;TN2=041255630;TN3=0;TN4=0;TN5=0;TN6=0;TN

7=0;TN 8=0;TN9=0;

NOTE

You can use the same programming procedure for all parameters.

NOTE

It is also possible to change different parameters with one SMS. Consider that the SMS message should not be longer than 160 characters (included space characters).

If you would like to change the following parameters TN1, IN1, IN2, OS3, OS4; ID1, LN1 and

CRE and would like to receive confirmation SMS, try next example:

;+TN1=+38640713470;IN1=1;IN2=1;OS3=15;ID1=120;LN1=1;CRE=4;

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Send SMS message to GSM-VAC4+ telephone number and in a few seconds you receive SMS message from GSM-VAC4+. The sentence of the SMS must be the same as the one you have sent to GSM-VAC4+ before.

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CONFIGURATION EXAMPLES

Here are listed few simple configuration examples.

18.1

ALARM CONFIGURATION

To send alarm on input 1 please set these parameters:

;LN1=123;TN1=040211411;TN2M=041211511;TN3=051334556;

With these configuration alarm notification will be send to TN1 (voice and SMS), TN2 (only SMS) and TN3 (only voice).

18.2

CID EVENT REPORTING

This example represents how to enable CID function for GSM-VAC4+ event reporting. The data will be sending to 1 CMS.

;CID=1;CIN=15;COUT=12;TN11=042340880;

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Description

Power Supply

Battery backup (optional)

Current consumption - peak

Current consumption - transmitting mode

Current consumption - idle mode

QUAD band GSM module

PCB dimensions

Unit dimensions

Unit dimensions - IP56 box

Antenna SMA

Weight (without battery)

Alarm inputs

Alarm outputs (open collector)

ON/OFF input

12V DC Power Supply output

Backup battery input

No. of alarm SMS per unit

No. of prerecorded messages

Programmed telephone numbers

Anti-tamper protection

CLIP numbers

Event log buffer

Table 37: GSM-VAC4+ - Technical specifications

Value

13,8 - 14,7V DC

12V/1,2Ah

2A

250mA

90mA

850/900/1800/1900 MHz

105 × 80 mm

120 × 170 × 60 mm

155 × 220 × 82 mm

1

550g

4

4

1

4

4

Y

Y

10

Y

50

1000

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Name

OD9

OD11

OD11

LN1

LN2

LN3

LN4

LN5

OS4

OD1

OD2

OD3

OD4

OD6

OD7

OD8

IN1

IN2

IN3

IN4

ION

OS1

OS2

OS3

TN1

TN2

TN3

TN4

TN5

TN6

TN7

TN8

TN9

TN0

LN6

LN7

LN8

LN9

LN10

LN11

ID1

ID2

ID3

ID4

DON

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GSM-VAC4+ PROGRAMMING TABLE

Default Value Short Description

0

0

0

Empty

Empty

Empty

Empty

Empty

4

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

1

4

1

0

0

0

0

Empty

Empty

Empty

Empty

Empty

Empty

Empty

Empty

Empty

Empty

Empty

Empty

Empty

Empty

Empty

Empty

1

1

1

1

1

Telephone number 1

Telephone number 2

Telephone number 3

Telephone number 4

Telephone number 5

Telephone number 6

Telephone number 7

Telephone number 8

Telephone number 9

Telephone number 0

Input 1 control

Input 2 control

Input 3 control

Input 4 control

System ON/OFF control

Output 1 mode

Output 2 mode

Output 3 mode

Output 4 mode

Input 1 direct output link

Input 2 direct output link

Input 3 direct output link

Input 4 direct output link

GSM network error direct output link

System tamper direct output link

System ON/OFF direct output link

NAC direct output link

Listen in indication

CID transfer error

Input 1, link to tel. numbers

Input 2, link to tel. numbers

Input 3, link to tel. numbers

Input 4, link to tel. numbers

Main power indication, link to tel. numbers

Battery power indication, link to tel. numbers

Periodic SMS, link to tel. numbers

SIM card validity and credits status, link to tel. numbers

System tamper, link to tel. numbers

NAC, link to tel. numbers

LOG status, link to tel. numbers

Input 1 delay filter on input

Input 2 delay filter on input

Input 3 delay filter on input

Input 4 delay filter on input

System ON/OFF delay filter input

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Name

AR2

AR3

AR4

IB1

IB2

IB3

IB4

#0

TC9

TC0

SL

IT1

IT2

IT3

IT4

AR1

DD1

DD2

DD3

DD4

DDN

TC1

TC2

TC3

TC4

TC5

TC6

TC7

TC8

UDC

HTN

SCV

TST

TSTT

MNF

MIC1

MIC2

CC1

CC2

CC3

CRE

#1

#2

#3

#4

SPK

BIDI

AUD

LCV

GSM-VAC4+ PROGRAMMING TABLE

Default Value Short Description

“Input1”, 130

“Input2”, 110

“Input3”, 120

“Input4”, 100

Empty

Empty

Empty

3

Empty

1

0

0

0

0

15

15

12

0

0

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Input 1 delay before dialing

Input 2 delay before dialing

Input 3 delay before dialing

Input 4 delay before dialing

System ON/OFF delay before dialing

Advanced CLIP telephone number 1 function

Advanced CLIP telephone number 2 function

Advanced CLIP telephone number 3 function

Advanced CLIP telephone number 4 function

Advanced CLIP telephone number 5 function

Advanced CLIP telephone number 6 function

Advanced CLIP telephone number 7 function

Advanced CLIP telephone number 8 function

180

180

180

5

0

0

0

180

Advanced CLIP telephone number 9 function

Advanced CLIP telephone number 10 function

Security level

Predefined time for alarm filtering, input 1

Predefined time for alarm filtering, input 2

Predefined time for alarm filtering, input 3

Predefined time for alarm filtering, input 4

Number of allowed events in predefined time, input 1

5

5

5

3600

Number of allowed events in predefined time, input 2

Number of allowed events in predefined time, input 3

Number of allowed events in predefined time, input 4

Input blocked time for alarm filtering, input 1

3600

3600

Input blocked time for alarm filtering, input 2

Input blocked time for alarm filtering, input 3

3600 Input blocked time for alarm filtering, input 4

“User Location”, 1111 SMS main head text

SMS input 1 text

SMS input 2 text

SMS input 3 text

SMS input 4 text

Check credit Num 1

Check credit, TIM Italy

Check credit, Vodafone Italy

Number of dialing attempts

Tel. number of GSM-VAC4+ device

Hidden telephone number

SIM card time validity

Periodic test SMS timeout

Test SMS reference point

Network connection type

Microphone 1 volume setting ( 0 - 40 )

Microphone 2 volume setting ( 0 - 40 )

Speaker volume setting ( 0 - 20 )

Special predefined MIC/SPK group settings

Different audio modes

Low credit value

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Name

ARST

LED

ADF

REG

CREF

CTIM

CVODA

SPO

CLPEN

CLPI

CLPOU

CLP1

.

.

.

CLP50

LNG

MAIN

BATT

RTN

LOT

CID

CIN

COUT

TN11

TN12

LOGN

LOGI

ALC

GSM-VAC4+ PROGRAMMING TABLE

Default Value Short Description

0

1

90

30

“EUR”

“EURO”

“DISPON. E.”

1

0

0

1

Empty

.

.

.

Empty

0

15

15

Empty

Empty

5

0

1

0

5

20

45

90

Language selection

Main power down input filter

Battery power loss input filter

Ring time before going to next number

Connection time out value

Contact ID enable/disable

Contact ID input level( 0 - 20 )

Contact ID output level( 0 – 40 )

Contact ID telephone number 1

Contact ID telephone number 2

Number of log events for printing out

Log storage place

Automatic log clear

Automatic reset timeout

Led function enable/disable

Auto dial function

Out of GSM registration

Parse text( contact support )

Parse text( contact support )

Parse text( contact support )

SIM card starting position

Enable CLIP functionality

Precondition for CLIP function

Control output pin when CLIP event

CLIP number 1

CLIP number 50

Table 38: GSM-VAC4+ - Default settings.

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CONTACTS

INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Phone 01437 563 900 Fax 01437 563475 Email [email protected]

Web pages at www.edgarsson.co.uk

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