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GSM ALARM AND MANAGEMENT SYSTEM uSER MANuAL

ESIM264

COMPLIES WITH EN 50131-1 GRADE 2, CLASS II REQuIREMENTS

User Manual v2.1

Valid for ESIM264 v7.11.18 and up

Safety instructions

Please read and follow these safety guidelines in order to maintain safety of operators and people around:

• GSM alarm & management system ESIM264 (also referenced as alarm system, system or device) has radio transceiver operat­ ing in GSM 850/900/1800/1900 bands.

• DO NOT use the system where it can be interfere with other devices and cause any potential danger.

• DO NOT use the system with medical devices.

• DO NOT use the system in hazardous environment.

• DO NOT expose the system to high humidity, chemical environment or mechanical impacts.

• DO NOT attempt to personally repair the system.

• System label is on the bottom side of the device.

GSM alarm system ESIM264 is a device mounted in limited access areas. Any system repairs must be done only by quali­ fied, safety aware personnel.

The system must be powered by main 16-24V 50 Hz ~1.5A max or 18-24V 1,5A max DC power supply which must be approved by LST EN 60950-1 standard and be easily accessible nearby the device. When connecting the power supply to the system, switching the pole terminals places does not have any affect.

Any additional devices linked to the system ESIM264 (computer, sensors, relays etc.) must be approved by LST EN 60950-1 standard.

Main power supply can be connected to AC mains only inside installation room with automatic 2-pole circuit breaker capable of disconnecting circuit in the event of short circuit or over-current condition. Open circuit breaker must have a gap between con­ nections of more than 3mm and the disconnection current 5A.

Phase

Null

PE

AC/DC

AC 230V

50 Hz/DC 24V

USB cable

ESIM364

Mains power and backup battery must be disconnected before any installation or tuning work starts. The system installa­ tion or maintenance must not be done during stormy conditions.

Backup battery must be connected via the connection which in the case of breaking would result in disconnection of one of battery pole terminals. Special care must be taken when connecting positive and negative battery terminals. Switching the pole terminals places is NOT allowed.

In order to avoid fire or explosion hazards the system must be used only with approved backup battery.

The device is fully turned off by disconnecting 2-pole switch off device of the main power supply and disconnecting backup battery connector.

Fuse F1 type – Slow Blown 3A. Replacement fuses have to be exactly the same as indicated by the manufacturer.

If you use I security class computer for setting the parameters it must be connected to earth.

The WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) marking on this product (see left) or its documentation indicates that the product must not be disposed of together with household waste. To prevent possible harm to human health and/or the environ­ ment, the product must be disposed on in an approved and environmentally safe recycling process. For further information on how to dispose of this product correctly, contact the system supplier, or the local authority responsible for waste disposal in your area.

Limited Liability

The buyer must agree that the system will reduce the risk of fire, theft, burglary or other dangers but does not guarantee against such events.

“ELDES UAB” will not take any responsibility re­ garding personal or property or revenue loss while using the system. “ELDES UAB” liability ac­ cording to local laws does not exceed value of the purchased system. “ELDES UAB” is not affiliated with any of the cellular providers therefore is not responsible for the quality of cellular service.

Manufacturer Warranty

The system carries a 24-month warranty by the manufacturer “ELDES UAB”. Warranty period starts from the day the system has been purchased by the end user. The warranty is valid only if the system has been used as intended, following all guidelines listed in the manual and within speci­ fied operating conditions. Receipt must be kept as a proof of purchase date.

The warranty is voided if the system has been exposed to mechanical impact, chemicals, high humidity, fluids, corrosive and hazardous environ­ ments or other force majeure factors.

Technical Support

If you require more detailed information on your system or in case of system failure occurrence, please, contact your alarm system installer.

About User Manual

This document describes basic configuration and usage of alarm system ESIM264. It is very impor­ tant to read the user manual before starting to use the system.

Package Content

1. ESIM264 ................................................qty. 1

2. Microphone .........................................qty. 1

3. SMA antenna ......................................qty. 1

4. Backup battery connection wire qty. 1

5. user manual ........................................qty. 1

6. Resistor 5,6kΩ .....................................qty. 6

7. Resistor 3,3kΩ .....................................qty. 6

NOTE:

For full system configuration and control, please refer to ESIM264 installation manual lo­ cated at www.eldes.lt/en/download

Contents

1. General Information ..................................................................... 4

1.1 Short Description of Main Definitions ...............................................4

1.2 EKB2 Keyboard Overview .......................................................................5

1.3 EKB3 Keyboard Overview .......................................................................7

1.4 Partitions ......................................................................................................7

2. Technical Specifications ............................................................... 8

2.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics .............................................8

2.2 Main Unit, LED & Connector Functionality ......................................9

2.3 Wiring Diagrams .....................................................................................10

2.3.1 General Wiring .........................................................................10

2.3.2 Zone Connection Types ........................................................10

3. Basic Configuration & Use ..........................................................11

3.1 Setting Up Date & Time ........................................................................11

3.2. Arming, Disarming the System & Turning Off the Alarm .........12

3.2.1 Arm, Disarm & Turn off the Alarm by Phone Call .........12

3.2.2 Arm by SMS Message ............................................................13

3.2.3 Disarm & Turn off the Alarm by SMS Message .............13

3.2.4 Arm by EKB2/EKB3 Keyboard .............................................14

3.2.5 Disarm & Turn off the Alarm by EKB2/EKB3 Keyboard 14

3.2.6 Arm by iButton® Key ..............................................................15

3.2.7 Disarm & Turn off the Alarm by iButton® Key ...............15

3.2.8 Arm by EWK1 – Wireless Key­fob .......................................16

3.2.9 Disarm & Turn off the

Alarm by EWK1 – Wireless Key­fob ...................................16

3.3 Activating STAY Mode ..........................................................................17

3.3.1 Arm by EKB2 Keyboard in STAY Mode Manually .........17

3.4 Alarm Indications & Viewing Violated Zones / Tampers ...........19

3.5 Bypassing & Unbypassing Violated Zone ......................................20

3.6 Viewing System Information ..............................................................21

3.7 Managing Periodical System Information .....................................21

3.8 Viewing Zone & PGM Output Information ....................................22

3.9 Managing Temperature Information ..............................................23

3.10 Trouble Indications ................................................................................24

3.11 Controlling Electrical Appliances .....................................................25

3.12 Turning ON/OFF the Electrical

Appliances for a Determined Time Period ....................................26

4. If the Alarm System is Connected to Monitoring Station ........27

Copyright © “ELDES uAB”, 2012. All rights reserved

It is not allowed to copy and distribute information in this document or pass to a third party without advanced written authorization by “ELDES UAB”. “ELDES UAB” reserves the right to update or modify this document and/or related products without a warning. Hereby,

“ELDES UAB” declares that this GSM alarm and management system ESIM264 is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. The declaration of conformity may be consulted at www.eldes.lt

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1. General Information

ESIM264 is an alarm system for private houses, cottages, village houses, garages, warehouses and other buildings, also capable of turning on/off the electrical appliances by SMS message and alarm system keyboard. This alarm system provides a simple thus effec­ tive way of use.

The system consists of:

• ESIM264 alarm system device;

• Up to 4 EKB2/EKB3 keyboards;

• Wired and/or wireless sensors: movement sensors, magnetic door sensors, smoke sensors etc.;

• Other devices: indoor/outdoor sirens, heating, lighting, gates etc.

For more details on ESIM264 system, please, consult with your alarm system installer.

1.1 Short Description of Main Definitions

The following table provides the explanation of main definitions which are met in this user manual.

Definition

System; alarm system

SMS

Keyboard

EKB2

EKB3

User phone number;

User 1... 5

System phone number user password iButton® key

Zone

PGM output

Partition

Description

ESIM264 device

Short Message Service text

Device with a set keys allowing to configure & control the system, view violated zones & system troubles

Model of LCD keyboard

Model of LED keyboard

Phone number of the user allowed to control the system

Phone number of the SIM card inserted in ESIM264 device

4-digit combination intended for system arming/disarming using a keyboard

Small metal tab containing a unique ID code intended for system arming/disarming

Alarm system input for wired and wireless sensor connection

Alarm system output for connection of electrical appliances (heating, lighting, gates etc.)

Section dividing one alarm system into two independent parts software-wise

1.2 EKB2 Keyboard Overview

EKB2 is an LCD keyboard intended for using with ESIM264 alarm system.

Keys Functionality

...

One menu level back / cancel

Menu navigation – up

Menu navigation – down

Confirm (enter) value

Value typing

Keyboard partition switch / minus symbol for entering negative temp. value

Additional menu / minus symbol for entering negative temp. value

GSM Signal

Strength

System Status

Message

System

Trouble

Indication

Custom

Keyboard

Partition

Title

Temperature

STAY

BYP

TBL

20,2

0

C ready

GARAGE

00:45

Digital Clock

Main Screen

View

Bypass Mode

Indication

Stay Mode

Indication

Fig. No. 1

Main Messages & Icons

Icon / Message Description

Delay

zone violated when system is disarmed.

Exit

Delay countdown initiated.

System is armed and menu is locked.

System is disarmed and menu is unlocked

+ CONFIGURATION

MODE

BURGLARY ALARM

Configuration mode activated.

Delay, Instant

or

Follow

zone violated when system is armed.

Icon / Message

24 ALARM

FIRE ALARM

TAMPER ALARM

READY

NOT READY

ARMED

STAY

BYP

TBL

Description

24H

zone violated.

Fire

zone violated.

Tamper violated

System is ready to be armed.

System is not ready to be armed – one or more zones / tampers violated.

System is armed (optional feature).

Stay

mode activated

One or more zones bypassed

One or more system troubles are present

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EKB2 LCD screen is intended for displaying alarm system status messages and alerts. Message

READY

is displayed on the screen that no zones are violated or no troubles are present and the system is prepared for arming. Message

NOT READY

(and

TBL

) shows up in case of zone violation or if system troubles are present. The alarm system cannot be armed until the troubles are removed or violated zone (-s) is restored, bypassed or set up to operate under

Force

mode. The following troubles allow system arming when present:

• backup battery problem; main power supply failure; date & time not set;

GSM connection problem.

Audio Indication

The built-in mini buzzer uses two types of sound signals – three short beeps and one long beep. Three short beeps stand for success­ fully carried out configuration, one long beep – for invalid configuration. In addition, the mini-buzzer continuously provides short beeps in case of alarm.

Visual Indication

EKB2 can be used even in dark premises as the LCD screen and keys are illuminated continuously. In case of alarm the keyboard il­ lumination level is boosted and stays in this state until the system is disarmed. The illumination level lowers down in 3 minutes after the last key-touch while the system is disarmed.

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1.3 EKB3 Keyboard Overview

EKB3 is a LED keyboard intended for using with ESIM264 alarm system.

LED Functionality

ARMED

READY

SYSTEM

BYPS

1­12

Alarm system is armed /Configuration mode

System is prepared for arming

System troubles / valid command is being entered

Zone bypass mode

Violated zone

ARMED

READY

SYSTEM

1

6

5

4

3

2

A B

11

12

9

10

8

BYPS

7

1

4

7

*

2

5

8

0

3

6

9

#

STAY

BYPS

INST

CODE

Fig. No. 2

Keys Functionality

[BYPS]

[CODE]

[*]

[#]

[0] ... [9]

[STAY]

[INST]

Zone bypass mode

Additional options - system trouble list / violated high zone indication / violated tamper indication

Configuration mode (when typed as a 1st character) / cancel command (when typed as a 2nd character) / keyboard partition switch (if enabled)

Confirm (enter) command

Command typing

Manual

Stay

mode activation

(currently inactive)

The green LED

READY

indicates that no zones are violated or no troubles are present and the system is prepared for arming. LED

SYSTEM

lights up or flashes in case of zone violation or if system troubles are present. The alarm system cannot be armed until the troubles are removed or violated zone (-s) is restored, bypassed or set up to operate under

Force

mode. The following troubles allow system arming when present:

• backup battery problem; main power supply failure; date & time not set;

GSM connection problem.

Audio Indication

The built-in mini buzzer uses two types of sound signals – three short beeps and one long beep. Three short beeps stand for success­ fully carried out configuration command, one long beep – for invalid configuration command. In addition, the mini-buzzer continu­ ously provides short beeps in case of alarm.

Visual Indication

EKB3 keys have a LED back-light, therefore it is possible to use this keyboard even in dark premises. In case of alarm the keyboard back-light turns on and lasts until the system is disarmed. The back-light lasts for 3 minutes after the last key-stroke while the system is disarmed.

1.4 Partitions

Your alarm system may be divided into 2 partitions:

partition 0 & partition 1

. Each system partition operates independently from each other, therefore dividing the system into partitions allows to use 1 alarm system unit to secure 2 different areas, for example: office and warehouse, house and garage. By default configuration, the system is NOT divided into 2 partitions and all user phone numbers, user passwords, keyboards, iButton® keys, zones are assigned to

partition 0.

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2. Technical Specifications

2.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics

Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics

Main Power Supply

Current in Standby without External Sensors and Keyboard

Recommended Backup Battery Voltage, Capacity

Recommended Backup Battery Type

Maximum Battery Charge Current

GSM Modem Frequency

Cable Type for GSM Antenna Connection

Number of Zones on Board

Nominal Zone Resistance

Number of PGM Outputs on Board

PGM Output C1-C4 Circuit

16-24V 50 Hz ~1.5A max / 18-24V up to 80mA

12V; 1,3-7Ah

Lead-Acid

900mA

850/900/1800/1900MHz

Shielded

6 (ATZ mode: 12)

5,6kΩ (ATZ Mode: 5,6kΩ and 3,3kΩ)

4

1 R

OUT

1,5A max

Open Collector Output.

Output is pulled to COM when turned ON.

Voltage – 30V; Current – 100mA;

Connected to COM

500mA up to 30 meters unshielded

13,8V DC

1A

Maximum Commuting PGM Output Values

BELL: Siren Output when Activated

BELL: Maximum Siren Output Current

BELL: Maximum Cable Length for Siren Connection

BELL: Cable Type for Siren Connection

AUX: Auxiliary Equipment Power Supply Voltage

AUX/BELL: Maximum Accumulative Current of Auxiliary Equip­ ment and Siren

AUX: Maximum Cable Length for Auxiliary Equipment Connection

AUX: Cable Type for Auxiliary Equipment Connection

BUZ: Maximum Current of Mini Buzzer

BUZ: Power Supply Voltage of Mini Buzzer

BUZ: Cable Type for Mini Buzzer Connection

Dimensions

Operating Temperature Range

Supported Temperature Sensor Model

DATA: Maximum Cable Length for 1-Wire® Communication

DATA: Cable Type for 1-Wire® Communication

Supported iButton® Key Model

Maximum Supported Number of Keyboards

Y/G: Maximum Cable Length for RS485 Communication

Y/G: Cable Type for RS485 Communication

MIC: Maximum Cable Length for Microphone Connection

MIC: Cable Type for Microphone Connection

Wireless Transmitter-Receiver Frequency *

Wireless Communication Range*

Maximum Supported Number of Wireless Devices*

Event Log Size

Maximum Supported Number of Zones

Maximum Supported Number of PGM Outputs

Cable Type for Zone and PGM Output Connection

Communications

Supported Protocols

* only for system ESIM264 with module EWT1 up to 100 meters unshielded

150mA

5V DC unshielded

140x100x18mm

­20...+55 0 C

Maxim®/Dallas® DS18S20, DS18B20 up to 30 meters unshielded

Maxim®/Dallas® DS1990A

4 x EKB2 / EKB3 up to 100 meters unshielded up to 2 meters unshielded

868 Mhz

Up to 30m in premises; up to 150m in open areas

16

500 events

44

44 unshielded

SMS, Voice calls. GPRS network, RS485, CSD

Ademco Contact ID®, 4+2, EGR100, Kronos

2.2 Main Unit, LED & Connector Functionality

Main Unit Functionality

GSM MODEM GSM network 850/900/1800/1900MHz modem

SIM CARD

DEF uSB

FuSE F1

ANTENNA

MODuLES

EWT1

SIM card slot / holder

Pins for restoring default settings

Mini uSB port

3A fuse

GSM antenna SMA type connector

Slots for EA1, EA2 or EPGM8 module

Slots for EWT1 wireless module

USB

DEF

C4

C3

PRG

Z5 Z6

SIM

CARD

EWT1

Z1

Z2

Z3

Z4

Z5

LED Functionality

NETWORK GSM network signal strength

C2, C1 PGM output C1, C2 status – on/off

Z6

PWR

STATuS

Zone Z1 state – alarm/restore (ATZ mode: Z1 and Z7)

Zone Z2 state – alarm/restore (ATZ mode: Z2 and Z8)

Zone Z3 state – alarm/restore (ATZ mode: Z3 and Z9)

Zone Z4 state – alarm/restore (ATZ mode: Z4 and Z10)

Zone Z5 state – alarm/restore (ATZ mode: Z5 and Z11)

Zone Z6 state – alarm/restore (ATZ mode: Z6 and Z12)

Power supply status

Micro-controller status

Z1 CO Z2 Z3 CO

Fig. No.3

COM

BELL­

BELL+

AuX­

AuX+

AC/DC

AKu­

AKu+

Connector Functionality

Z1 ­ Z6

COM

DATA

Y

G

+5V

MIC­

MIC+

BuZ­

BuZ+

C1 ­ C4

GSM

MODEM

ANTENNA

SMA

MODULES

AKU+

AKU-

BELL- BELL+

Security zones

Common terminal for all zones

1-Wire® interface for iButton® key & temperature sensor connection

Temperature sensor power supply contact (+5V)

Microphone negative terminal

Microphone positive terminal

Mini buzzer negative terminal

Mini buzzer positive terminal

PGM outputs

RS485 interface for communication (yellow wire)

RS485 interface for communication (green wire)

Common return terminal

Siren negative terminal

Siren positive terminal

Negative power supply terminal for auxiliary equipment

Positive power supply terminal for auxiliary equipment

Main power supply terminal

Backup battery negative terminal

Backup battery positive terminal

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2.3 Wiring Diagrams

2.3.1 General Wiring

Z1 CO Z2 Z3 CO

BELL- BELL+

AKU+

AKU-

Backup Battery

12V 1.3-7Ah

Metal box

PE contact

Z1 Z2

Fig. No. 4

~16-24V

Fuse 500 mA

~230V 50Hz

Z5 Z6

BUZ

MIC iButton® key reader

Temperature sensor

Relay module

SIREN

500 mA max.

EPGM1

EKB3

2.3.2 Zone Connection Types

Type 1 Type 2 Type 3 Type 4

EKB2

Type 5

Normally open contact with 5,6KΩ end of line resistor

Normally closed con­ tact with 5,6KΩ end of line resistor

Tamper and 5,6KΩ end of line resistor and 3,3KΩ end of line resistor with normally closed contact

ATZ Mode: 5,6KΩ end of line resistor and nor­ mally closed contact with 3,3KΩ end of line resistor and normally closed contact

ATZ Mode: Tamper,

5,6KΩ end of line resistor, 5,6KΩ end of line resistor with nor­ mally closed contact and 3,3KΩ end of line resistor with normally closed contact.

Fig. No. 5

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3. Basic Configuration & Use

ATTENTION:

System configuration described in this chapter is based on default system parameter values. Your alarm system installer may have changed those values. For more details, please, contact your alarm system installer.

This chapter provides a description of basic configuration and use of ESIM264 alarm system by the following methods:

SMS message;

Phone call;

EKB2 keyboard;

EKB3 keyboard; iButton® key.

SMS

EKB2

EKB3

In order to configure and control the system using SMS message, send the text command to the ESIM264 system phone number from one of the preset user phone numbers. In this user manual the underscore symbol ”_” represents one space character. Every underscore symbol must be re placed by a single space character. There must be no spaces or other un­ necesary characters at the beginning and at the end of the message.

XXXX

– 4­digit SMS password set by your alarm system installer.

The system configuration and control by EKB2 keyboard is performed by navigating throughout the menu section list dis­ played on LCD screen. To navigate in the menu path, touch ↓ , ↑ keys to select the desired menu section and touch

OK

key to open the selected section. To enter a required value, use

0... 9

keys and touch

OK

key for value confirmation or cancel/ go one menu section back by touching

← key. The value can be typed in directly by touching

0... 9

keys while highlighting the desired menu section. EKB2 menu type is “circle”, therefore when the last section in the menu list is selected, you will be brought back to the beginning of the list after touching the

key. In this user manual, the menu path is provided under

“tree” view by starting at main screen view. In this user manual valid parameter values and range are indicated in brackets.

The system configuration and control by EKB3 keyboard is performed by entering a valid configuration command using the number keys

0... 9

and [#] key for confirmation. Some commands require [BYPS], [CODE] and [STAY] keys as well. The structure of standard configuration command is a combination of digits. In this user manual configuration commands, valid param eter values and range are indicated in brackets.

3.1 Setting Up Date & Time

NOTE

: When the alarm system is connected to a monitoring station the date and time are set automatically. The system retrie­ ves this data from the monitoring station by itself.

SMS

1. Send the following SMS message to the phone number of ESIM264 alarm system:

SMS text:

XXXX_YYYY.MM.DD_HR:MN

Value: YYYY– year; MM – month, range – [01... 12]; DD – day, range - [01... 31];

HR – hours, range – [00... 23], MN – minutes, range – [00... 59];

Example: 1111_2011.12.15_13:45

2. The system will reply with confirmation by SMS message to user phone number who sent the SMS message after the date & time is set successfully.

EKB2

Navigate through the following menu path using

OK

and arrow keys and enter the date and time values using the number keys:

Menu path:

OK

DATE/TIME SET

[YYYY-MM-DD_HR:MN]

Value: YYYY– year; MM – month, range – [01... 12]; DD – day, range - [01... 31];

HR – hours, range – [00... 23], MN – minutes, range – [00... 59];

Example: 2011-12-15 13:45

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3.2. Arming, Disarming the System & Turning Off the Alarm

Before arming the system it is necessary to close all doors and windows in the secured area and move yourself away from the move­ ment detection field.

Don’t stand in

movement sensor detection zone Close all doors

Close all windows

Close all doors

Fig. No. 6

3.2.1 Arm, Disarm & Turn off the Alarm by Phone Call

ATTENTION

: User must leave the secured area before arming the system by phone call.

1. To arm the system, disarm the system or turn off the alarm, make a phone call to the system‘s phone number from any out of 5 preset user phone numbers. The phone call is free charge as the system rejects it and performs arming or disarming after-wards. When arming the system, it rejects the phone call after 2 rings, when disarming

- the system rejects the phone call immediately.

2. After the system is successfully armed or disarmed, it will reply with confirmation by SMS message to the user phone number who made a phone call.

CALL

SMS user

ESIM264

Fig. No. 7

3. When attempting to arm the system in case of violated zone / tamper presence, the system will reply with vio­ lated zone / tamper number. For more details, please refer to chapter

2.5 Bypassing & Unbypassing Violated

Zone.

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3.2.2 Arm by SMS Message

SMS

1. Leave the secured area.

2. To arm the system, send the following SMS message to the system‘s phone number from any out of 5 preset user phone numbers:

SMS text:

XXXX_ARM1 or XXXX_ARM2 or XXXX_ARM1,2

Value: 1 – partition 0; 2 – partition 1; 1,2 – both partitions

Example: 1111_ARM1

3. After the system is successfully armed, it will reply with confirmation by SMS message to the user phone number who sent the SMS message.

SMS

SMS user

ESIM264

Fig. No. 8

4. When attempting to arm the system in case of violated zone / tamper presence, the system will reply with vio­ lated zone / tamper number. For more details, please refer to chapter

2.5 Bypassing & Unbypassing Violated

Zone.

3.2.3 Disarm & Turn off the Alarm by SMS Message

SMS

1. The system will initiate the

Entry Delay

countdown (by default – 15 seconds) after the user has entered the secured area.

Entry Delay

countdown is intended for user to enter a valid user password before the alarm is caused.

2. To disarm the system or turn off the alarm, send the following SMS message to the system‘s phone number from any out of 5 preset user phone numbers:

SMS text:

XXXX_DISARM1

or

XXXX_DISARM2

or

XXXX_DISARM1,2

Value: 1 – partition 0; 2 – partition 1; 1,2 – both partitions

Example: 1111_DISARM1

3. After the system is successfully disarmed, it will reply with confirmation by SMS message to the user phone number who sent the SMS message.

SMS

SMS user

ESIM264

Fig. No. 9

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3.2.4 Arm by EKB2/EKB3 Keyboard

EKB2

EKB3

1. To arm the system, enter any out of 10 available 4-digit user passwords using the number keys:

1

4

7 8

0

2

5

3

6

9

Fig. No. 10

Enter user password:

[NNNN]

Value: NNNN – 4­digit user password

EKB2 Example: 1111OK

EKB3 Example: 1111

2. The system will initiate the

Exit Delay

countdown (by default – 15 seconds) intended for user to leave the secu­ red area. The countdown is indicated by short beeps provided by keyboard built-in mini-buzzer (if any).

3. After the system is successfully armed, it will reply with confirmation by SMS message to

User 1

phone number

(by default).

SMS user

ESIM264

Fig. No. 11

3.2.5 Disarm & Turn off the Alarm by EKB2/EKB3 Keyboard

EKB2

EKB3

1. The system will initiate the

Entry Delay

countdown (by default – 15 seconds) after the user has entered the secured area.

Entry Delay

countdown is intended for user to enter a valid user password before the alarm is caused.

2. To disarm the system or turn off the alarm, enter any out of 10 available 4-digit user passwords using the num­ ber keys:

1

4

7

2

5

8

0

3

6

9

Fig. No. 12

Enter user password:

[NNNN]

Value: NNNN – 4­digit user password

EKB2 Example: 1111OK

EKB3 Example: 1111

3. After the system is successfully disarmed, it will reply with confirmation by SMS message to

User 1

phone number (by default).

SMS user

ESIM264

Fig. No. 13

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3.2.6 Arm by iButton® Key

1. To arm the system, touch the iButton® key reader by any out of 5 iButton® keys:

Fig. No. 14

2. The system will initiate the

Exit Delay

countdown (by default – 15 seconds) intended for user to leave the secu­ red area. The countdown is indicated by short beeps provided by ESIM264 mini-buzzer (if any).

3. After the system is successfully armed, it will reply with confirmation by SMS message to

User 1

phone number

(by default).

SMS user

ESIM264

Fig. No. 15

3.2.7 Disarm & Turn off the Alarm by iButton® Key

1. The system will initiate the

Entry Delay

countdown (by default – 15 seconds) after the user has entered the secured area.

Entry Delay

countdown is intended for user to enter a valid user password before the alarm is caused.

2. To disarm the system or turn off the alarm, touch the iButton® key reader by any out of 5 iButton® keys:

Fig. No. 16

3. After the system is successfully disarmed, it will reply with confirmation by SMS message to

User 1

phone num­ ber (by default).

SMS user

ESIM264

Fig. No. 17

MANUAL ELDES ESIM264 V2.1 15

3.2.8 Arm by EWK1 – Wireless Key-fob

EWK1

1. To arm the system, press 1 out of 4 EWK1 buttons (by default – button) assigned to arm the alarm system.

Arm the system

Fig. No. 18

2. The system will initiate the

Exit Delay

countdown (by default – 15 seconds) intended for user to leave the secured area.

3. After the system is successfully armed, it will reply with confirmation by SMS message to

User 1

phone number (by default).

SMS user

ESIM264

Fig. No. 19

3.2.9 Disarm & Turn off the Alarm by EWK1 – Wireless Key-fob

EWK1

1. The system will initiate the

Entry Delay

countdown (by default – 15 seconds) after the user has entered the secu­ red area.

Entry Delay

countdown is intended for user to enter a valid user password before the alarm is caused.

2. To disarm the system or turn off the alarm, press 1 out of 4 EWK1 buttons (by default – button) assigned to disarm the alarm system

Disarm the system

Fig. No. 20

3. After the system is successfully disarmed, it will reply with confirmation by SMS message to

User 1

phone number (by default).

SMS user

ESIM264

Fig. No. 21

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3.3 Activating STAY Mode

EKB2

EKB3

EWK1

Stay

mode allows the user to remain in the secured area after arming the system. In

Stay

mode, the system does not cause the alarm when the zones, set up to operate under this mode, become violated. This mode is usually used when arming the system before night.

There are two ways to activate

Stay

mode:

• Automatic

- This mode is activated automatically in case the user does not leave the secured area (if

Delay

zone is not violated) during

Exit Delay

countdown when arming the system.

• Manual

­ The system goes into

Stay

mode after the user opens an additional menu or presses [STAY] key and enters a valid user password by EKB2/EKB3 keyboard.

There is no

Exit Delay

countdown when activating S

tay

mode manually.

Stay

mode status is indicated in the main screen view of EKB2.

Stay

mode is NOT activated when arming the system by phone call or SMS message.

NOTE:

Delay Zone Becomes Instant in Stay Mode

feature may be enabled on your system. In that case the alarm will be caused instantly instead of

Entry Delay

countdown being initiated if a

Delay

zone becomes violated while the system is operating in

Stay

mode. For more details, please, contact your alarm system installer.

3.3.1 Arm by EKB2 Keyboard in STAY Mode Manually

EKB2

1. Navigate through the following menu path using P2 and arrow keys and enter a valid user password using the number keys to arm the system in Stay mode manually:

Menu path:

P2

ENTER STAY

[NNNN]

OK

Value: [NNNN] ­ 4­digit user password

2. After the system is successfully armed, it will reply with confirmation by SMS message to User 1 phone number

(by default).

SMS user

ESIM264

For more details on how to disarm & turn off the alarm by EKB2 keyboard, please refer to chapter

3.2.5 Disarm & Turn off the Alarm by EKB2/EKB3 Keyboard

MANUAL ELDES ESIM264 V2.1 17

3.3.2 Arm by EKB3 Keyboard in STAY Mode Manually

EKB3

1. Arm the system in

Stay

mode manually by entering the following combination using [STAY] and number keys:

Press [STAY] key & enter user password:

[STAYnnnn]

Value: nnnn ­ 4­digit user password

Example: STAY1111

2. After the system is successfully armed, it will reply with confirmation by SMS message to

User 1

phone number

(by default).

SMS user

ESIM264

For more details on how to disarm & turn off the alarm by EKB3 keyboard, please refer to chapter

3.2.5 Disarm & Turn off the Alarm by EKB2/EKB3 Keyboard

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3.4 Alarm Indications & Viewing Violated Zones / Tampers

By default configuration, the system makes a phone call to

User 1

in case of alarm. By answering the call, the user is able to listen on his/her mobile phone to what is happening in area surrounding ESIM264 unit. This feature is pro­ vided by a microphone (if any) connected to ESIM264.

The phone call is made to the next preset user (presumably to

User 2

) in a row in case the previous user was unreach­ able (was “out of radio coverage”, provided “busy” signal or did not answer the call). This routine is continued until one of the preset users is reachable, but will not go in a circle i. e. return to

User 1

if none of the users were reachable. In addition, the system will not make a phone call to the next preset user in a row if the previous user was reachable, but rejected the phone call. The phone calls will cease to be made to the user as soon as the system is disarmed.

CALL user

ESIM264

Fig. No. 22

NOTE:

Your alarm system installer may have configured the system to make the phone calls to the next available user even if the previous one has answered the call.

SMS

By, default configuration the system sends an SMS message containing violated zone or tamper number in case of alarm. The SMS message can also contain a star * character next to the violated tamper in case the tamper violation is caused due to wireless connection loss between ESIM264 and a wireless device (if any).

This SMS message is sent to

User 1

. The system sends the SMS message to the next preset user (presumably to User

2) in a row only if the previous user was unreachable (the system did not receive a successful SMS message delivery confirmation in 20 seconds from the recipient). This routine is continued until one of the preset users is reach able, but will not go in a circle i. e. return to

User 1

if none of the users were reachable. The SMS messages will cease to be sent to the user as soon as the system is disarmed.

SMS user

ESIM264

Fig. No. 23

See also chapter

2.6 Viewing System Information.

NOTE:

Your alarm system installer may have configured the system to send the SMS message to the next available user even if the previous one has received it.

MANUAL ELDES ESIM264 V2.1 19

EKB2

The built-in EKB2 mini-buzzer and ESIM264 mini-buzzer (if any) provide short beeps continuously in case of alarm.

In addition, the LCD screen back-light level is boosted and the alarm message (depending on violated zone type or tamper violation) is displayed in the main screen view of EKB2 screen. The mini-buzzer can be silenced by disarm­ ing the system using any method. Navigate through the following menu path using

OK

and arrow keys to view the violated zone or tamper number:

Menu path:

VIEW VIOLATED ZONE:

VIEW VIOLATED TAMPER:

OK

VIOLATED ZONES

ZONE [1... 44]

OK

VIOLATED TAMPERS

TAMPER [1... 44]

EKB3

The built-in EKB3 mini-buzzer and ESIM264 mini-buzzer (if any) provide short beeps continuously in case of alarm. In addition, the violated zone number is indicated by illuminated zone LED or flashing

SYSTEM

LED (if the violated zone number is above 12). The violated tamper number is indicated by illuminated

SYSTEM

LED. The mini-buzzer can be silenced by disarming the system using any method.

For more details on EKB3 violated high zone & tamper number indication, please, refer to chapter

3.10 Trouble Indications.

By default configuration, the siren (if any) provides continuous alarm sound for 1 minute in case of alarm. The fire alarm is indicated by pulsing siren alarm sound. Siren alarm sound can be silenced by disarming the system using any method.

3.5 Bypassing & Unbypassing Violated Zone

Arming the system is disabled while there’s at least 1 violated zone. Bypassing the zone allows to temporally disable a particular violated zone and arm the alarm system after-wards.

EKB2

Navigate through the following path using OK and arrow keys to bypass a violated zone (-s):

Menu path:

Bypass a zone:

Bypass all zones:

OK

BYPASS

BYPASS LIST [1... 3]

ZONE [1... 44]

BYPASS

OK

BYPASS

BYP VIOLATED ZONES

Navigate through the following path using OK and arrow keys to unbypass a violated zone:

Menu path:

Unbypass a zone:

OK

BYPASS

BYPASS LIST [1... 3]

ZONE [1... 44]

uNBYPASS

NOTE

: The alternative way to unbypass all zones at once is to arm and disarm the system.

EKB3

Bypass a violated zone by entering the following combination using [BYPS], number and [#] keys:

Enter zone number & user password:

[BYPSxxyyyy#]

Value: xx – zone number, range – [01... 44]; yyyy – 4-digit user password

Example: BYPS051111#

NOTE

: The alternative way to unbypass all zones at once is to arm and disarm the system.

ATTENTION

: Bypassing a violated tamper is NOT allowed. Please, restore the tamper (for example: close sensor‘s enclosure) before arming the system

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3.6 Viewing System Information

SMS

1. In order to find out the system‘s current information, send the following SMS message to the system‘s phone number from any out of 5 preset user phone numbers:

SMS text:

XXXX_INFO

Example: 1111_INFO

2. The system will reply to the user phone number who sent the SMS message with the following up­to­date information:

• system date & time;

• system status (armed/disarmed);

• GSM signal strength level;

• main power supply status;

• temperature of the area surrounding ESIM264 temperature sensor (if any);

• state of zones (OK/alarm).

SMS

SMS user

ESIM264

Fig. No. 24

3.7 Managing Periodical System Information

SMS

1. By default configuration, the SMS message mentioned in chapter

3.6 Viewing System Information

is sent periodically to

User 1

phone number at 11:00 daily.

SMS user

ESIM264 Fig. No. 25

2. In order to set a different SMS sending frequency (in days) and time, send the following SMS message to the system‘s phone number from any out of 5 preset user phone numbers:

SMS text:

XXXX_INFO:FF.TT

Value: FF – frequency in days, range – [0... 125]; TT – time, range – [0... 23]

Example: 1111_INFO:2.15 (every 2nd day at 15:00)

MANUAL ELDES ESIM264 V2.1 21

3. In order to disable periodic SMS message, send the following SMS message to the system‘s phone number from any out of 5 preset user phone numbers:

SMS text:

XXXX_INFO:0.0

Example: 1111_INFO:0.0

4. The system will reply with confirmation by SMS message to the user phone number who sent the SMS message.

SMS

SMS user

ESIM264

Fig. No. 26

3.8 Viewing Zone & PGM Output Information

SMS

1. In order to find out the current zone & PGM output information, send the following SMS message to the sys­ tem‘s phone number from any out of 5 preset user phone numbers:

SMS text:

XXXX_STATUS

Example: 1111_STATUS

2. The system will reply to the user phone number who sent the SMS message with the following up­to­date information:

• system status (armed/disarmed);

• status of zones & PGM outputs (ON/OFF);

• zone alarm texts;

• PGM output names.

SMS

SMS user

ESIM264

Fig. No. 27

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3.9 Managing Temperature Information

SMS

1. If the temperature sensor is installed in your system, it can send an SMS message containing temperature value in case the set lowest or highest temperature limit value is exceeded. This SMS message is sent to

User 1

only. By default configuration this SMS message is disabled.

SMS user

ESIM264

Fig. No. 28

2. In order enable or set a different lowest and highest temperature limit value, send the following SMS message to the system‘s phone number from any out of 5 preset user phone numbers:

SMS text:

XXXX_TEMP:MIN:MAX

Value: MIN ­ lowest temperature limit boundary in o

MAX ­ highest temperature limit boundary in o

Example: 1111_TEMP:-15:30

C, range - [-55... 125];

C, range ­ [­55... 125]

3. In order to disable temperature SMS message, send the following SMS message to the system‘s phone number from any out of 5 preset user phone numbers:

SMS text:

XXXX_TEMP:0:0

Example: 1111_TEMP:0.0

4. The system will reply with confirmation by SMS message to the user phone number who sent the SMS message.

SMS

SMS user

ESIM264

Fig. No. 29

MANUAL ELDES ESIM264 V2.1 23

3.10 Trouble Indications

EKB2

Message TBL displayed in the lower left side of the main screen view indicates presence of system troubles.

In order to find out more on the particular system problem, please, open menu section TROUBLES. The description on each system problem is indicated in the table below.

Menu path:

OK

TROuBLES

T [1... 6]

Trouble

TROuBLE 1

TROuBLE 2

TROuBLE 3

TROuBLE 4

TROuBLE 6

Name

VIOLATED TAMPER

REPLACE BATTERY

AC FAILuRE

TIME NOT SET

GSM ERROR

Description

One or more tampers are violated.

Backup battery problem.

Main power supply problem.

Date/time not set.

GSM connection problem.

EKB3

Yellow LED

SYSTEM

indicates system troubles.

SYSTEM

LED indications are mentioned in the table below.

SYSTEM LED Description

Illuminated continously

Flashing

One ore more zones or tampers are vio­ lated; other system troubles

One or more high zones are violated

1

2

3

4

5

6

In order to find out more on the particular system problem, please, enter command A. After this procedure the system will activate red zone LEDs for 15 seconds. The description on each LED indication is mentioned in the table below.

Zone LED Description

One or more tampers are violated.

Backup battery problem.

Main power supply problem.

Date/time not set.

One or more high zones (Z13 - Z44) are violated.

GSM connection problem.

In order to find out which particular high zone is violated, please, enter command B.

In order to find out which particular tamper is violated, please, enter command C.

A. System trouble indication - enter command:

[CODE#]

B. Violated high zone indication – enter command:

[CODE1]

C. Violated tamper indication – enter command:

[CODE2]

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The number of violated high zone or tamper can be calculated using the table below according to the formula: number from zone

LED section B + number from zone LED section A.

Example:

LED #3 from section A is flashing and LED #8 from section B is illuminated continuously. According to the table below LED

#8 is equal to number 18, therefore 18 + 3 = 21.

Result

: Violated high zone or tamper number is 21.

Zone LED section - A

(flashing)

Zone LED 1 = 1

Zone LED 2 = 2

Zone LED 3 = 3

Zone LED 4 = 4

Zone LED 5 = 5

Zone LED 6 = 6

Zone LED section - B

(illuminated continously)

Zone LED 7 = 12

Zone LED 8 = 18

Zone LED 9 = 24

Zone LED 10 = 30

Zone LED 11 = 36

Zone LED 12 = 42

3.11 Controlling Electrical Appliances

SMS

Your system features 4 or more PGM outputs intended for connection and control of various electrical appliances. This provides a possibility to control garage gates, turn on and off your house heating, lighting, cooling system, reset smoke sensors to restored state etc. The PGM outputs must be configured by your installer before using them.

1. In order to turn ON a specified PGM output, send the following SMS message to the system’s phone number from any out of 5 preset user phone numbers:

SMS text:

XXXX_Cn:ON or XXXX_OutputName:ON

Value: Cn – PGM output number, range – [C1... C44]

Example: 1111_Pump:ON

2. In order to turn OFF a specified PGM output, send the following SMS message to the system‘s phone number from any out of 5 preset user phone numbers:

SMS text:

XXXX_Cn:OFF or XXXX_OutputName:OFF

Value: Cn – PGM output number, range – [C1... C44]

Example: 1111_C2:OFF

3. The system will reply with confirmation by SMS message to the user phone number who sent the SMS message.

SMS

SMS user

ESIM264

Fig. No. 30

MANUAL ELDES ESIM264 V2.1 25

3.12 Turning ON/OFF the Electrical Appliances for a Determined Time Period

1. In order to instantly turn ON a specified PGM output and keep it in this state for a determined time period, send the follo­ wing SMS message to the system’s phone number from any out of 5 preset user phone numbers:

SMS text message content:

XXXX_Cn:ON:hr.mn:sc or XXXX_OutputName:ON:hr.mn:sc

Value: Cn – PGM output number, range – [C1... C44]; hr – hours, range – [00... 23], mn – minutes, range – [00... 59]; sc – seconds, range – [00... 59].

Example: 1111_Pump:ON:12:30:15

2. In order to instantly turn OFF a specified PGM output and keep it in this state for a determined time period, send the following

SMS message to the system’s phone number from any out of 10 preset user phone numbers:

SMS text message content:

XXXX_Cn:OFF:hr.mn:sc or XXXX_OutputName:OFF:hr.mn:sc

Value: Cn – PGM output number, range – [C1... C44]; hr – hours, range – [00... 23], mn – minutes, range – [00... 59]; sc – seconds, range – [00... 59].

Example: 1111_C3:OFF:13.25:56

3. The system will reply with confirmation by SMS text message to the user phone number who sent the SMS message.

SMS

SMS user

ESIM264

Fig. No. 31

4. If the Alarm System is Connected to Monitoring Station

The following system features become disabled automatically or may be disabled by your alarm system installer if the system is con­ nected to a monitoring station:

• Confirmation by SMS message when arming, disarming & turning off the alarm by phone call, SMS message, EKB2/EKB3 keyboard, iButton® key, EWK1 - wireless key-fob;

• Alarm indication by phone call;

• Alarm indication by SMS message;

• Violated zone/tamper name indication by SMS message;

• Temperature indication by SMS message;

• Periodical system information by SMS message;

• Main power loss/restore indication by SMS message.

NOTE:

For full system configuration and control, please refer to ESIM264 installation manual located at www.eldes.lt/en/download

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