GSM Door Phone user manual
GSM Door Phone System
System Installation, Setting and Operation Manual
User Manual (263-S– V1)
Please read this user manual completely before operating this system and keep it in a
safe place for future reference.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS ……………………………………………….………………. 1
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS…………………………………………….. 2
UNPACKING YOUR SYSTEM…………………..…………………………………….. 3
SYSTEM DIAGRAMS
Front View ……………………………………………………………….…………. 4
Back View ………………………………………………………………….………. 5
Wall Mounting Bracket ……………………………………………………………. 6
INSTALLATION
GSM Door Phone…………………………………………………………………… 7
Wiring Diagram & Wiring Instructions ………………………………………….... 9
OPERATION
Power ON/OFF …………………………………………………………………….. 10
Manager Mode and Functions ……………………………………………….…… 10
MANAGER SETTINGS
Change Manager Password ……………………………………………………… 11
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Store Manager Phone Number ……………………………………………....
Set Minutes for Talk Time …………………………………………………………. 12
VOLUME SETTING
Change Microphone Volume ……………………………………………………... 12
Change Speaker Volume ……………………………………………………......... 13
Change Speaker Volume During Conversation …………………………………. 13
DOOR SETTING
Enable/Disable Door Lock Open by Password ………….……………………… 13
Change Door Opening Password ………………………………………………… 14
Door Opening Time ……………………………………………………………...… 14
CALLING SETTING
Set Calling Time ………………………………………….………………………… 15
Change the Calling by List ………………………………………………………… 15
SUBSCRIBER ID NUMBER SETTING
Setup Subscriber ID Number ……………………………………………………... 16
CONTACTING A SUBSCRIBER...…………………………………………………….
OPEN THE DOOR REMOTELY ……………………………………………………….
GO BACK TO STANDBY SCREEN AUTOMATICALLY ……………………..….…
SIM CARD ……………………………………………………………………………….
CALL MANAGER ……………………………………………………………………….
MASTER RESET…………………………………………………………………………
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Thank you for purchasing the GSM Door Phone. To ensure that you enjoy the full
capacity of this product, please read this user manual before proceeding. Be sure
to keep this manual for future reference in case any challenge or question should
arise. We hope you enjoy your new GSM Door Phone.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using your GSM Door Phone, basic safety precautions should always be
followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and personal injury. Please read
the following before using your equipment.
1. Follow all warnings and instructions on the product.
2. Unplug the product before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol
cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
3. Do not use this product near water.
4. Do not allow anything to rest on power cords. Do not place this product in a
location where the cords can be stepped on or where someone can trip over
them.
5. Do not use this product near an area where there is a potential of gas leaks or
near any fumes that can be explosive.
6. Do not place this equipment near or over a radiator or any other heat source.
7. Use ONLY the power adapter supplied with the system.
8. Do not overload the wall outlet or power cord where the power adapter is
installed. This can result in fire or electric shock.
9. This equipment is to be opened ONLY by a qualified service technician. There
are no user serviceable parts inside. Opening this equipment may expose you
to dangerous voltage and other risks. Incorrect reassembly of this equipment
may result in electric shock.
10. Avoid spilling liquid on this equipment and do not insert any objects through the
ventilation slots.
11. Avoid using this equipment during an electrical storm. There is a remote risk of
electrical shock from lighting.
12. Do not use this equipment other than for its purpose intended by the
manufacture. Use ONLY the equipment provided by the manufacturer.
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UNPACKING YOUR SYSTEM
Your GSM Door Phone system will include the followings:
1 x Door phone unit
1 x AC power adapter
1 x GSM antenna
1 x Wall mounting bracket
1 x Wire
4 x screws for mounting bracket
2 x screws for door phone
1 x User manual
Optional Accessories

Rain hood

Antenna bracket
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System Diagram (Front View)
Acrylic cover
Speaker
LCD display
Keypad
0~9: Number keys
F1: Menu/Exit key
F2: Delete key
F3: ABC/abc/123
exchange button
*: Volume & select up
key
#: Volume & select down
key
Microphone
Bottom cover
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System Diagram (Back View)
Opening for connecting
wall-mount bracket
Metal back cover plate
Opening for connecting
wall-mount latch
Wiring terminal
SIM card slot
GSM Antenna socket
USB port
GSM antenna
Bottom cover
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System Diagram (Wall Mounting Bracket)
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INSTALLATION
GSM Door Phone
1. Take the wall-mount bracket from the package and screw it on proper
place (as Step 1 & 2 shown below).
2. Open the bottom cover of door unit and pass the wires through the hole.
Then, refer to the “Wiring Diagram and Wiring Instruction” to connect
wires and insert the SIM card to SIM card slot (as Step 3 shown below).
3. Put the bottom cover back (as Step 4 shown below).
4. Place door unit on the fixed wall-mount bracket (as Step 6 & 7 shown
below).
5. Put the acrylic cover on the door unit when door unit has been screwed
(as Step 8 & 9 shown below).
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6. Plug the AC adapter into the AC outlet, then the door unit will go into
standby mode.
WARNING: Only use the original power adapter supplied. Using any other
adapter might damage the door unit and cause a risk of electric
shock.
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Wiring Instructions
1. System Power Supply Wiring
The system power supply (adapter) AC 120V or 230V / DC 13V is provided
along with the system (please note whether it can meet local voltage
specification).
The negative wire is connected to Terminal Pin 1 and the positive wire is
connected to Terminal Pin 2.
2. Install Door Lock with System Power Wiring
The door lock power may be supplied from the system by connecting the
positive wire of the lock to Terminal Pin 4 and the negative wire to Terminal
Pin 5. The ACK wire, if your strike has one, is connected to Terminal Pin 6.
(The system will supply 12 volts DC at 1000mA.)
3. Install Door Lock with its own Power Supply Wiring
If the door lock comes with its own power supply or requires more power than
what this unit provides, then the power should be connected as follows:
Remove the jumper wires joining Terminal Pin 2 and Terminal Pin 3. Remove
the jumper wires joining Terminal Pin 1 and Terminal Pin 5 as well. The
positive wire of the power supply is connected to Terminal Pin 3 and the
negative wire to Terminal Pin 5.
The door lock’s positive wire is connected to Terminal Pin 4 and the negative
wire is to Terminal Pin 5. The ACK wire, if your strike has one, is connected to
Terminal Pin 6.
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OPERATION
 Before operation: Please make sure the GSM Door Phone is installed
correctly. Please also study all button functions before use.
Power On/Off
Turn the power on
Insert the plug of the power adapter into the DC power jack of door unit
and the other end into an AC power outlet.
When the power is on, the system will emit a “beep” sound, show “GSM
Door Phone” and software version on screen, then show “Search
Network” for a few seconds, and then go to standby mode.
GSM Door Phone
Ver.. 2.08N
Search Network
Welcome!
Turn the power off
Turn off the door unit by unplugging the power adapter from the AC
power outlet.
Manager Mode and Functions
Note: The unit will be time out after 5 seconds if no button is pressed.
Press F1 (MENU) button, and the system will show "Hello! Manager!
"Password: ______".
Hello! Manager!
Password: _ _ _ _ _ _
After entering default password "123456", press
CALL button to show
the button functions as listed below:
CALL: Select/Save
F1: Menu/Exit
F2: Delete
*/#: Move Cursor
▲
▼
Press any button or wait for 6 seconds, it will show:
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Manager
Subscriber
Manager Settings
Under the Manager section, there are 4 main options: “System Setting”,
“Volume Setting”, “Door Setting” and “Calling Setting”.
System Setting
Volume Setting
Door Setting
Calling Setting
Press
CALL button to enter System Setting.
Change Password
Manager Phone #
Talking Time
Change Manager Password
Manager Setting  System Setting  Change Password
Note: The Manager Password is the key to enter Programming Mode. Please
make sure to keep the Manager Password in a safe place. If you forget the
Manager Password, you’ll have to do a Master Reset which will delete your stored
phone numbers and settings.
Change Password
New: _______
Confirm: _______
CALL button.
Under the Manager Menu option, press
Select System Setting and press
CALL button.
Select Change Password and press
CALL button.
Enter new password by Number button (must be 6 digits).
CALL button.
Enter password again to confirm and press
Store Manager Phone Number
Manager Setting  System Setting  Manager Phone#
Note: This will be the number that is called when the
standby mode.
CALL button is pressed in
Manager Phone #
1:
Under the Manager Menu option, press
CALL button.
Select System Setting and press
CALL button.
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Select Manager Phone # by */# key and press
CALL button.
With cursor on the 1, press
CALL button to enter phone number
Enter phone number with prefix and area code, then press
CALL
button to save.
(If you enter a number incorrectly, use the */# button to move forwards or
backwards. The F2 (Delete) button will clear a digit you do not want.)
Press F1 (EXIT) button to return to previous option screen.
Set Minutes for Talking Time
Manager Setting  System Setting  Talking Time
Talking Time
03 Minute(s)
CALL button.
Under the Manager Menu option, press
Select System Setting and press
CALL button.
Select Talking Time and press
CALL button.
Input the number for minutes you will need for the intercom to be made
without re-dial, then press
CALL button to save.
Press F1 (EXIT) button to return to previous option screen.
Volume Settings
Change Microphone Volume
Manager Setting  Volume Setting  Mic. Volume
Mic. Volume
Speaker Volume
Note: There are 9 levels of sensitivity for the microphone volume going from left (least
sensitive) to right (most sensitive). If the GSM Door Phone is installed outdoors, please set
the microphone level to 3 or 4. This may help to reduce picking up too much background
noise and/or feedback from the speaker.
Mic. Volume
<-****.…. ->
Under the Manager Menu option, press
CALL button.
Select GSM Setting and press
CALL button.
Select Mic. Volume and press
CALL button.
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Press */# (UP/DOWN) buttons to adjust volume.
Press F1 (EXIT) button to return to the previous option screen and the last
setting will be saved automatically.
Change Speaker Volume
Manager Setting  GSM Setting  Speaker Volume
Speaker Volume
<-****..… ->
Note: There are 9 levels of speaker volume from left (lowest) to right (loudest). If the GSM
Door Phone is installed outdoors, please set the speaker level to 4 or 5. Try not to set the
speaker volume to the maximum level because it may cause feedback.
Under the Manager Menu option, press
CALL button.
Select GSM Setting and press
CALL button.
Select Speaker Volume and press
CALL button.
Press */# (UP/DOWN) buttons to adjust volume.
Press F1 (EXIT) button to return to the previous option screen and the last
setting will be saved automatically.
Change Speaker Volume during Conversation
At any time during the conversation, if the caller needs to increase speaker
volume, he can press */# (UP/DOWN) buttons to make adjustment. The
screen will show the current speaker volume and the microphone will be
mute for 1.5 seconds, then the conversation will be continued.
Door Setting
Enable/Disable Door Lock Open by Password
Manager Setting  Door Setting  Open by Password
Open by Password
Opening Password
Door Open Time
Door Relay Type
Open by Password
Enabled
Note: If your GSM Door Phone is connected with an electric door strike, you can activate
the password feature to open the door lock with a password. The default password is
“123456”.
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Under the Manager Menu option, press
CALL button.
Select Door Setting and press
CALL button.
Select Open by Password and press
CALL button.
Press CALL button to toggle between “Enabled” and “Disabled”.
Press F1 (EXIT) button to return to the previous option screen and the last
setting will be saved.
Change Door Opening Password
Manager Setting  Door Setting  Opening Password
Opening Password
Password: 123456
Note: This GSM Door Phone system will allow the user to open door by pressing 6-digit
password. This feature is designed for easy access control. We suggest to change the
Door Opening Password every month or every two weeks for security concern.
CALL button.
Under the Manager Menu option, press
Select Door Setting and press
CALL button.
Select Opening Password and press
CALL button.
Enter password (must be 6 digits).
Press
CALL button to save the new password.
Press F1 (EXIT) button to return to previous option screen.
Door Opening Time
Manager Setting  Door Setting  Door Open Time
Door Open Time
03 Second(s)
Note: This GSM Door Phone system will allow the user to set how long the door
lock will be opened. Sometimes, the user might need more time to reach from the
door phone unit to the locked main gate. We suggest to set enough time to allow
him/her walk in no hurry.
Under the Manager Menu option, press
Select Door Setting and press
CALL button.
CALL button.
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CALL button.
Select Door Open Time and press
Enter the number of seconds (from 03 to 99).
CALL button to save.
Press
Press F1 (EXIT) button to return to previous options screen.
Calling Setting
Set Calling Time
Manager Setting  Calling Setting  Calling Time
Calling Time
Calling by List
Calling Time
30 Second(s)
Note: The GSM Door Phone can be set with the calling time by seconds.
Under the Manager Menu option, press
CALL button.
Select Calling Setting and press
CALL button.
Select Calling Time and press
CALL button.
Press Number button to set calling time.
Press F1 (EXIT) button to return to the previous option screen and the last
setting will be saved.
Change the Calling by List
Manager Setting  Calling Setting  Calling by List
Calling by List
On
Note: The GSM Door Phone system will allow the user to set the calling by list.
CALL button.
Under the Manager Menu option, press
Select Calling Setting and press
CALL button.
Select Calling by List and press
CALL button.
Press */# button to adjust On or Off for the Calling by List function.
Press
CALL button to save the function.
Press F1 (EXIT) button to return to previous option screen.
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Subscriber:
The Subscriber function supports to set up multiple tenants and enable the user to
CALL button to connect with the tenant. A
press a subscriber number by the
subscriber ID # can be set from 1 to 6 digits in length. There are maximum 263
subscribers which can have 2 phone numbers programmed for each.
The first registered phone number will be the first number that the GSM Door
Phone will call.
If the first registered number is busy or no one answers the call,
the door phone will automatically dial the second registered number.
We suggest
that the first number can be the home phone number and the second number can
be a mobile phone number.
Subscriber ID Number Setup
Subscriber Setting  Enter Subscriber ID: _
Enter Subscriber
ID: __________
→
Inh: N ID: 1_______
N:
1:
2:
Select Subscriber Menu option and press
CALL button.
You can choose from 1 digit to 6 digits for the Subscriber ID.
Enter Subscriber ID “_____” and press
Press 1 button and press
information.
CALL button.
CALL button to start input of the first tenant
CALL button, and
While the cursor is moved to “N” (Name) position, press
then you can enter the tenant’s name by 2~9 Number buttons. (Use F3 button to
select ABC or abc, 0 button = space button).
Move cursor to 1 by */# button and press
CALL button to enter. Enter the
first phone number with area code, then press
Move cursor to 2 by */# button and press
CALL button to save.
CALL button to enter. Enter the
second phone number with area code, then press
Press F1 (EXIT) button to exit.
CALL button to save.
(Note: Follow above steps to set the other tenant’s name and phone number.)
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Contact a Subscriber
Under the "Welcome!" mode, enter User ID number (from 1 ~ 999999) and then
press
CALL button.
If the ID exists, the system will start dialing and show “Calling…” on the screen.
When the phone is connected, the screen will show “Talking”.
Calling- - -
Talking- - -
If the ID does not exist, the screen will show “Incorrect!”.
Incorrect!
If the ID exists, but there is no number assigned, the screen will show “Calling…”,
but will never connect and then time out after 3 minutes.
In order to avoid this
problem, please make sure to input the phone number on each User ID.
Calling- - -
Time’s Up!
If the dialing fails, the screen will show “No dial tone” and go back to standby
mode.
No dial tone!
Welcome!
If the call is not answered within one minute, the screen will show “No answer”
and go back to standby mode.
No answer!
Welcome!
During conversation, if the other party hangs up or the line is cut, the screen will
show “No carrier” and go back to standby mode.
No carrier!
Welcome!
During conversation or while dialing, pressing F1 (Menu/Exit) or F2
(Delete/Cancel) button will stop the conversation.
Open the Door Remotely
During conversation, the called party can press the
*
button to open the
door. The door-open time can be set by user. The default setting is 3 seconds.
Go Back to Standby Screen Automatically
If the manager password has been entered and no button is pressed within 30
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seconds, the screen will go back to the standby mode – “Welcome!”
If a Subscriber ID is entered and no button is pressed within 6 seconds, the
screen will go back to the standby mode.
If no button is pressed within 30 seconds under the Manager or Subscriber
option, the screen will go back to the standby mode.
SIM Card
If the SIM card is not inserted, the screen will show “SIM not Inserted” when
the system is turned on.
SIM not Inserted
Call Manager
If “Manager Phone #” has been programmed, the system will directly dial this
number while the visitor presses
CALL button at the standby mode.
If “Manager Phone #” is not stored, no action will be taken by pressing the
CALL button
Master Reset
The following operation will make the unit back to factory default. Please note
that this will erase all passwords, phone numbers and subscribers.
At the Standby mode, press F2(C), *(UP), *(UP), *(UP), #(DOWN), #
(DOWN), #(DOWN) and
CALL buttons in sequence. It will show “Initial
System Please Wait…”, then all is back to default.
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