Advanced User Guide v.1.2
Advanced User Guide v.1.2
User Manual v.1.2
Safety instructions
Please read and follow these safety guidelines in order to maintain safety of operators and people around:
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Alarm system SEND S-PIR (later referenced as system or detector) has radio transceiver
operating in GSM900 and GSM1800 bands.
Don’t use the system where it can be interfere with other devices and cause any potential danger.
Don’t use the system with medical devices.
Don’t use the system in hazardous environment.
Don’t expose the system to high humidity, chemical environment or mechanical impacts.
Don’t attempt to personally repair the system. Any system repairs must be done only by
qualified, safety aware personnel
The system must be powered by power supply source should not exceed 15VA power
supply which must be approved by LST EN60950-1 standard
Any additional device connected to the SEND S-PIR system must be powered up by a
LST EN60950-1 approved supply
External power supply can be con15V
nected to AC mains only inside
AC/DC
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 connections of more than 3mm.
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230V AC
Mains power must be disconnected before any installation or tuning work starts. The
system installation or maintenance must not be done during stormy conditions.
The system must be used only with approved back-up battery to avoid fire or explosion hazards. Special care must be taken connecting positive and negative battery
terminals.
Electrical socket from which the system is powered must be in an easily accessible
place.
The device is powered by a backup battery. The device is switched off by unplugging
external electrical power supply and disconnecting battery connector which is accessed by opening device frame cover.
Fuse F1 type - C1S 2.5A. Blown fuse cannot be replaced by the user and the replacement fuses have to be exactly the same as indicated by the manufacturer.
WARNING: in order to avoid fire or explosion hazards the system must be used only
with approved back-up battery. Special care must be taken when connecting positive
and negative battery terminals
The WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) marking on this product (see
right) 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 environment, 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.
“SeNd Tec hn ol og y L td” will not take any responsibility regarding personal or property or revenue
loss while using the system.
“SeNd Tec hn ol og y L td” liability according to local laws does not exceed value of the purchased
system. “SeNd Techn ol og y L td” 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.
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 specified 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 environment or other force majeure factors.
Package content:
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SEND S-PIR ............................................................................................. qty. 1
GSM antenna .......................................................................................... qty. 1
Power Supply . ........................................................................................ qty. 1
SEND S-PIR Quick Start .................................................................... qty. 1
About User Manual
This document describes alarm security system SEND S-PIR installation and operation.
It is very important to read User Manual before start using the system.
A quick start guide is located in first two chapters. Chapter 3 and 4 describe additional system
capabilities.
CONTENT
1. General Information
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Functionality................................................................................................................................................
Operation description..............................................................................................................................
Technical specifications ..........................................................................................................................
Main functions ...........................................................................................................................................
System installation ....................................................................................................................................
2. System pre-operation and essential control commands
2.1 Selecting device language and verification of SMS central number ......................................
2.2 Password change ......................................................................................................................................
2.3 User numbers ..............................................................................................................................................
2.3.1 Saving or Changing numbers ..............................................................................................
2.3.2 Verification of saved numbers ..............................................................................................
2.3.3 Deletion of saved numbers ...................................................................................................
2.4 Date and time settings ...............................................................................................................................
3. Additional system capabilities
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
Renaming security zones..................................................... ...................................................................
System and Zone status ..........................................................................................................................
Exit time-out configuration....................................................................................................................
Info on status SMS ............................................................. .......................................................................
Blocking unknown incoming numbers............................................................. ................................
External power supply control..............................................................................................................
Enabling Remote Microphone listening ..........................................................................................
SMS message delivery to multiple users...........................................................................................
SMS message informing about system arming/disarming .......................................................
Setting detector sensitivity level..........................................................................................................
4. Appendix
4.1 Restoring default parameters ..............................................................................................................
4.2
4.3 Replacing back-up battery ...................................................................................................................
4.4 Technical support .....................................................................................................................................
1. General Information
1.1 Functionality
SEND S-PIR – microcontroller based security system for houses, cottages, country homes, garages
and other buildings.
The system can be used in following applications:
• Property security
• Mains 230V power status with SMS message
• Remote listening of what is happening in the secured property with built in microphone
Also capable of informing user about mains 230V power status over cellular GSM network.
1.2 Operation Description
Security alarm system SEND S-PIR works with GSM network. The system is armed or disarmed
by a call from your mobile phone which doesn’t incur any cost. To arm or disarm the alarm system
the user has to call to the number of the SIM card inserted in SEND S-PIR device. Before doing this
it is necessary to change the default password and enter at least one user.
When alarm system number has been dialed and ringing is dropped after three call signals –
means the system was successfully armed. If ringing is dropped after only one call signal – system
disarmed. The user should wait until the system drops calls automatically.
The user listed as Nr.1 gets short SMS message each time the system is successfully armed or
disarmed. When system is armed via phone call, there is 15 second delay before activation, meant
for leaving premises. The time delay is user configurable parameter (see chapter 3.3). Red light
emitting diode indicator (LED) located on detector lense will start to blink informing that time
delay has been engaged and user must leave room. The red light goes off upon time-out delay
expiration and system is engaged.
When detector is disarmed and motion is detected in the room, LED on the lense will be
turned on shortly.
When detector is armed and upon detection of motion, system will send SMS message until
successful delivery and ring preprogrammed numbers until user picks up or call expires. If user
answers the call, remote microphone gets activated for listening.
SMS message can be sent to all preprogrammed users (see chapter 3.8 for more details).
The system will automatically switch to back–up battery supply in case of mains power failure,
and user gets SMS warning message. SMS message will also notify when mains power is restored
or back-up battery is about to get discharged and system will be switched off.
The user can also inquire the system about system status, power supply status, network quality
as well as connect and listen through a remote microphone.
The system will ignore requests coming from unknown telephone number or SMS message
with wrong password. With correct password user has the capability to access system management from any GSM phone (not necessary pre-programmed). See more details in chapter 3.5.
1.3 Technical Specifications
Electrical and mechanical specifications
15V
Supply Voltage
Back-up Battery voltage, capacity
Back-up Battery type
GSM modem frequency
Dimensions
Operating temperature range
Back-up battery operating time
Detection angle
Maximum detection range
500 mA max
8.4V; 150-250mAh
Ni-Mh
900/1800Mhz
104x60x33mm
-10…+40oC
up to 6 hours
90°
10 meters
1.4 Main Functions
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Short description
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SEND S-PIR holder used for wall fixing
SIM card socket
Detector lense with LED indicator light
SEND S-PIR sensor
Power supply socket
Power supply
Power supply connector
Button to restore default parameters
SMA type connector for GSM modem
Microphone
Holder fixing place
Backup Battery
Micro-USB connector
(only from SEND S-PIR v2 version)
1.5 System installation
The system should be installed indoors. Choose location where unauthorized entry is most
likely.
To avoid fault alarms, avoid installing in following locations:
• locating lens towards direct sunshine, e.g. facing windows
• near devices with high temperature fluctuations, e.g. fireplace or heating boiler
• places with increased dust or air flow traffic
• metal or shielded wall where GSM connection might be lost
Place SIM card in the mobile phone and make sure that SIM card PIN code is disabled by following appropriate menus. SIM card should not have any remaining SMS messages.
RECOMMENDATION
It is worth to choose the same GSM cellular provider as most users use assuring fast and reliable SMS message delivery and phone call connection.
RECOMMENDATION
Recommended to disable call forwarding and voice mail.
1. Fix the holder to
the wall
2. Insert SIM card
with PIN code
disabled
3. Connect
antenna
4. Plug power
supply
connector
5. Place SEND SPIR into the
holder
6. Plug power
supply into
mains socket
7. The system starts in 1-2 minutes. When LED is off, move your hand in front of SEND S-PIR lense
and watch the system detecting motion and turning on LED for few seconds. If LED indicator
is blinking fast (few times a second), could be that SIM card in not inserted properly or PIN
code has not been disabled.
* The SIM card is inserted into the slot facing the cut end. SIM card contacts should face SEND
S-PIR lower cover. After inserting SIM card push it in until you hear a click. In this way the
card locks in the slot. If you do not hear a click check if you inserted SIM card correctly. Do
not use excessive force. To remove SIM card from the slot push it in. You should hear the
click again and SIM card should come out from the slot.
2. System pre-operation
and essential control commands
VERY IMPORTANT!!!
Underscore symbol ‘_’ in this manual is used to represent space. When writing SMS messages,
every underscore symbol should be replaced by single space symbol. XXXX – means password.
Don’t leave any space at the beginning and the end of the message.
2.1 Selecting device language and
verification of SMS central number
The language in which the device communicates with the user can be
chosen before changing factory default password. To change the language in the system that is already configured reset default settings as
described in 4.1 appendix.
Send SMS message with the required language code to the number of
the SIM card inserted in SEND S-PIR.
Table of possible
languages
Language
Code
english
EN
E.g., if you want to set the English language send the following SMS message: EN
30-60 seconds later you should get an SMS message: „English language confirmed.“ Go to chapter 2.2
upon reception of this message.
Otherwise check for network connection and call SEND S-PIR system from your mobile and wait until
the system drops the call. You should get an SMS message asking to change default password. Otherwise check for network connection and change SMS central number.
SMS central number is saved in SIM card, therefore if SIM card has been used to send SMS messages with a mobile phone, then you don’t’ need to change SMS central number. Often SMS central
number is already saved in SIM card by cellular operator.
Central number can be entered by sending SMS message:
XXXX_SMS_+37011111111
XXXX – is a password. Default password is four zeros: 0000. SMS central number is provided by cellular
network provider.
Example: 0000_SMS_+44069899992
Message should be sent to the number of SIM card which is placed into the system. If all went correct,
the system will send a message: SMS central number has been successfully changed to +44011111111
2.2 Password change
All SMS commands start with a password, so please memorize it
well. Manufacturer default password is four zeros 0000, which
is necessary to change. Manufacturer default password can be
changed by sending SMS message to SEND S-PIR:
0000_
PSW_1111
0000_PSW_XXXX
To replace your password, send SMS message:
YYYY_PSW_XXXX
XXXX – any four digit number except four zeros. Non-numerical characters like dots, colons, spaces
are not allowed. YYYY – old system password.
E.g. 0000_PSW_1111
Default manufacturer password can be restored, see chapter 4.1 for more details.
2.3 User numbers
System SEND S-PIR allows to pre-program up to five different mobile numbers which will have
access to and controls the system. Number NR1 is mandatory while others can be skipped. All
numbers must be entered starting with international country code. E.g. national code for UK = 44.
Numbers should be entered based on priority, since the system will try to contact first entered
number and in case of failure will follow with second and so on.
2.3.1 Saving or Changing numbers
Send SMS message with text to SEND S-PIR:
XXXX_NR1:37011111111_NR2:37011111111_NR3:37011111111_
NR4:37011111111_NR5:37011111111
Ones should be replaced with user numbers. Numbers don’t have
to be entered all or in sequential order right away. E.g. use can enter first and fourth number by sending following SMS message:
XXXX_NR1:37011111111_NR4:37011111111
0000_NR1:
37011111
111
Or individually one number at a time:
XXXX_NR3:37011111111
Numbers can be changed same way as described above. New number will overwrite old one,
therefore no erasing is necessary.
E.g. 0000_NR1:37011111111
2.3.2 Verification of saved numbers
To inquire the system about pre-programmed numbers, send SMS
message:
0000_
HELPNR
XXXX_HELPNR
E.g. 0000_HELPNR
The system will reply with all pre-programmed numbers.
2.3.3 Deletion of saved numbers
Pre-programmed numbers can be erased by sending SMS message
with numbers to be erased.
XXXX_NR2:DEL_NR3:DEL_NR4:DEL_NR5:DEL
To erase NR2 send following:
E.g. 0000_NR2:DEL
The system will not allow erasing first number NR1. It can only be changed.
0000_
NR2:DEL
2.4 Date and time settings
It is important to set correct date and time, so that the system can send reports at specified times.
Date and time can be set by sending following format SMS message:
XXXX_MMMM.mn.dd_hh:mi
Where MMMM – means year, mn – month, dd – day, hh – hour,
mi – minutes
E.g. 0000_2009.01.01_14:15
0000_
2009.01.
01_14:15
3. Additional system capabilities
3.1 Renaming security zones
Manufacturer initially set following zone names: Z1- Motion. User is free to change any of these
names keeping in mind that names cannot be same or match system commands.
Zone names can be changed with following SMS message:
0000_Z1:NewZoneName
0000_Z1:
passage
Zone names can have up to 14 characters.
E.g. 0000_Z1:passage
3.2 System and Zone status
To find out current zone names, settings and status, send SMS message
XXXX_STATUS
The system will reply, e.g. System is armed/disarmed Z1:MOTION:ON/OFF
ON- means enabled. OFF- disabled
3.3 Exit time-out configuration
When system is armed, the user should leave premises within specified time (manufacturer default
15 seconds). During this period detector ignores motion. Running time-out is indicated by blinking
LED (once a second).
Time-out period can be configured with SMS message:
XXXX_INOUT:SSO
Where SSO – exit time-out in seconds.
There is no time-out if period is set to 0.
XXXX_
INOUT:30
3.4 Info on status SMS
Security system S-PIR can be inquired at any time about its status, signal strength, zone status.
At the same time system can be tested. If SMS response message is received, means system is
functioning properly.
This is also useful for users with prepaid SIM cards. It can be checked whether SIM card has enough
remaining balance for sending SMS. Send SMS message:
XXXX_INFO
0000_INFO
E. g. 0000_INFO
The response SMS message will be received, e.g. 2008.08.07 11:15
System armed/disarmed Signal Strength Fair. Z1:OK/ALARM
Where OK – if zone has not been activated, ALARM – if been activated
By default, this status SMS message will be sent daily at 11:00 in the
morning. These parameters can be configured with SMS message:
XXXX_INFO:PP.VV
0000_INFO:
01.10
PP – message period in days, valid values [00 – 10]
VV - time when message is sent, valid values [00 – 23]
E.g XXXX_INFO:01.10, means that status message will be sent every 1
day at 10:00. If PP value is 0, and VV in the range of [1-23], then periodic
status messages will be sent multiple times per day, with period being
specified as VV time.
0000_INFO:
0.2
E.g. XXXX_INFO:0.2, means that status message will be sent every
2 hours.
To disable periodic status messages, send SMS:
XXXX_INFO:00.00
E.g. XXXX_INFO:00.00
0000_INFO:
00.00
The status messages will not be sent until enabling or restoring
default parameters.
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3.5 Blocking unknown incoming numbers
By default SEND S-PIR can be controlled from any of the pre-programmed numbers NR1 .. NR5.
But user can access the system and control parameters from any number as long as password
is know.
To enable this feature, send SMS message:
XXXX_STR:ON
0000_STR:
ON
E. g. 0000_STR:ON
To disable this feature, send SMS message:
XXXX_STR:OFF
3.6 External power supply control
The system SEND S-PIR will report every time mains 230V power supply fails or recovers. In some
remote places where mains power supply is unreliable, the system can be configured to ignore
these changes. Send SMS:
XXXX_M:OFF
E.g.. 0000_M:OFF
0000_M:
OFF
Or it can be enabled by SMS message:
XXXX_M:ON
3.7 Remote Microphone listening
To be able to listen what is going on in remote house can be done in two different ways:
1.
When alarm has been activated, the system will ring pre-programmed numbers and user
can answer the call. Remote microphone will be enabled for listening.
2.
By sending SMS message
XXXX_MIC
The system will ring the sender of former SMS, and upon answering the call, user can listen
to any sounds in the building. The phone call must be answered within 20 seconds otherwise the system will stop trying and return to previous state.
3.8 SMS message delivery to multiple users
Upon activated alarm, SMS messages are repeatedly sent until first successful delivery to one of the
users. System starts with NR1, and if delivery fails, follows with NR2, etc.
It is also possible that SMS message will be sent to all recorded users.
To enable this function, send SMS message:
XXXX_SMSALL:ON
To disable this function, send SMS message:
XXXX_SMSALL:OFF
3.9 SMS message informing about system arming/disarming
By default the user NR1 will receive a short message every time system is armed or disarmed. To
disable this function, send SMS message:
XXXX_MASTER:OFF
To re-enable this function, send SMS message
XXXX_MASTER:ON
3.10 Setting detector sensitivity level
The manufacturer has set optimal detector sensitivity level. However, in some cases the system is
installed in windy premises where the air flow can cause false alarms.
In such cases sensitivity level can be reduced.
In order to increase or reduce motion detector sensitivity the user has
to send the following text message to the system SEND S-PIR:
XXXX
LEVEL:XX
XXXX_LEVEL:XX
where XX is a two-digit number that can be [20-99]. Factory default
value is 40. The greater the number value, the lower detector sensitivity level.
In order to find out the set sensitivity level the user should send the following SMS message:
XXXX_LEVEL
4. Appendix
4.1 Restoring default parameters
To restore system default parameters, press button on the back side of detector using a needle or
other sharp pointed device.
4.2 Replacing back-up battery
Normally real back-up battery will last at least 2 years. This largely depends on surrounding temperature and frequency of mains power disruptions.
To change back-up battery, follow these steps:
1. Unplug power supply form mains power
2. Remove SEND S-PIR from holder
3. Unplug power supply connector
4. Remove screw located on the back side of SEND S-PIR
5. Open SEND S-PIR enclosure
6. Carefully remove back-up battery
7. With one hand holding back-up battery, unplug battery connector
8. Replace battery. Use battery type as specified in technical specifications.
9. Repeat all steps in inverse order
4.4 Technical support
Indication
Possible reason
Lens indicator OFF
· No mains 230V power
· Power supply connector unplugged
· out of coverage or to weak signal.
Indicator is blinking once a second
· missing SIM card
· PIN code hasn’t been disabled
· SIM card not active
System does not send any SMS
messages and/or does not ring
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SIM card account depleted
Incorrect SIM central number
No network signal
User number is not programmed in (or disabled
access from unknown numbers)
Received SMS message
“Incorrect Format”
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Wrong syntax
Could be space left in wrong SMS message place
Manufacturer default password not changed
Missing user NR1
If your problem could not be fixed by the guide above, please contact your distributor or manufacturer tech support by email [email protected]
More up to date information about your device and other products can be found at manufacturers
website www.sendtech.co.uk
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