Security module CG2 Installation manual

Security module CG2
Installation manual
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Safety Requirements
Before using the module CG2 please read this user guide and follow all safety instructions!
Security module CG2 is a continuously operating component of a security system.
It is dangerous for persons provided with a security service to touch or otherwise influence internal
electronic security components.
Security module CG2 should be mounted in sites of restricted access and should be used with
indoor GSM antennas.
Only properly trained personnel being aware of used devices properties, operation of GSM
devices and safety requirements may perform installation and maintenance of the security module.
Housing, transformers and batteries and programming devices used with the module must be in
compliance with safety requirements of EN 60950 standard!
Security module CG2 is powered by alternating 16-18V 50 Hz voltage via step-down II class
transformer or from a 12V / 4-7 Ah backup battery. Current in operation cannot exceed 2A and
depends on the current consumption of connected peripheral devices.
An automatic bipolar overload cutout must be installed to the electricity supply circuit to safeguard
from a too high current.
Release contacts separation must be ≥ 3mm. Cutout must be installed in a place well known to the
module maintaining personnel.
Full disconnection of the module:
- from AC mains – by turning the automatic cutout off;
- from the battery – by disconnecting terminals;
Transportation and storage:
Security module CG2 should only be transported or stored in manufacturer’s package.
During transportation or storage the item should be protected from possible hits, vibration and other
mechanical damage, also from sudden changes of temperature or dampness.
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Security module CG2 is a six input (zone) control panel with a GSM communicator.
Main features
6 programmable inputs,
9 zone operation functions,
1 partition,
3 ways to arm/disarm the security system,
3 arming modes ARM/STAY/OFF,
6 programmable outputs PGM,
8 types of output operation,
Automatic arming Auto-ARM,
Bell squawk when arming/disarming,
Bypassing a zone,
Security systems state monitoring,
Integrated GSM modem messaging to:
- Users – by SMS messages or by short calls,
- Monitoring station – via GPRS or by SMS messages,
2 ways to configure operation parameters.
Package content
1 SET. Security module CG2
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Control panel CG2
GSM antenna, straight
Battery connecting cable
Resistors 2,2 kΩ
Mounting bushes
2 SET. Security module CG2 KIT
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
6 pcs
4 pcs
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Metal housing (HxWxD) 200x210x75 mm
Control panel CG2
Step-down transformer
GSM antenna, straight
Battery connecting cable
Resistors 2,2 kΩ
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
6 pc
Technical parameters
Power supply source
Current
Back-up power supply source
Six inputs IN1, ..., IN6
Outputs PGM1, PGM2, PGM3
Outputs PGM4, PGM5
Output PGM6
Power supply for peripheral devices
User codes
GSM modem frequency
Transmission protocol to CMS
Number of IP addresses in CMS
Phone numbers of SMS modems in CMS
Information protocol to CMS
Phones numbers of users whom alarm messages can be sent
Messages to user
Operating temperature range
Overall dimension
2
AC 16–18V
up to 2 A
battery 12V, 4–7Ah
Selectable NC, NO or EOL=2,2 kΩ type
Open collector 30V, 50mA
Open collector 30V, 1A
Relay output switching 30V, 1A
DC 12V up to 1,1 A
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900/1800/1900 MHz
TCP/UDP and/or SMS
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2
In accordance with Contact ID
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changeable content SMS
from –10ºC to +55ºC
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Description of parameters
1.
Security system can be armed/disarmed:
- By free of charge phone call. Up to 40 User phone numbers can be entered into module’s
phonebook, by which security system can be armed/disarmed and/or change state of PGM
established to operate as DIAL remotely.
- By changing the state of input established to function as control zone ON/OFF with devices that
have switching contacts (keypad SZW-02, Access board, switch and etc).
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- By Paradox keypad K636, MG10LEDV, MG10LEDH or MG32LED.
2.
When security system is armed in mode STAY, it allows to roam freely within the premises while the
perimeter is fully armed. Alarms are ignored in circuits of inputs established to function as Interior
STAY and Instant STAY. Input established to function as entry zone Delay starts to function as
Instant. Arming mode STAY can be turned on by 3 ways:
- By pressing [STAY] button in the keypad and entering the User code,*
- By entering the User code without alarming the entry zone Delay,*
- By a call of the User without alarming the Delay entry zone.
3.
When the security system’s arming mode STAY is turned on by using the keypad, entry zone Delay
starts to operate in instantaneous mode. When mode STAY is turned on by using the second or third
turning on way is used zone Delay remains to operate in its mode.
4.
When the security system is armed/disarmed, the module sends confirmations of command
execution.
5.
The security module CG2 has six external inputs, to which different sensors are connected to. It’s
possible to establish differently security system’s reaction (zone operating function) to alarms in
sensors circuits connected to inputs. Inputs circuits types: NC, NO or EOL=2,2 kΩ. Security system’s
reactions to either input state change:
- ON/OFF – when this input is connected to COM, it is possible to arm/disarm the security system.
After arming the system starts calculating exit delay time, during which it is possible to easily
leave the premises under protection.
- Delay – disturbances are allowed in sensor’s controlled zone connected to input, during the exit
time after arming and don’t call security system alarm. If the zone is still being disturbed after exit
time has passed, Bell and Flash output signals are generated and messages are sent. When the
security system is armed, disturbance of the zone activates calculation of entry delay time during
which it is possible to disarm the security system. Security system must be disarmed during the
entry time period otherwise output signals Bell and Flash will be generated including alarm
report.
- Interior – when the security system is armed, alarm in sensor controlled zone results in
generating output signals Bell and Flash and sending of the report. During entry and exit time
disturbances in zone are allowed.
- Interior STAY – operates the same as Interior, although when security system is armed in STAY,
disturbances in sensors controlled zone are ignored.
- Instant – when the security system is armed, disturbances in sensors controlled zone result
instantaneously generated signals Bell and Flash and sending the report.
- Instant STAY operates the same as Instant, although when security system is armed STAY,
disturbances in sensors controlled zone are ignored.
- 24 hours – disturbances in sensors controlled zone call instantly generated signals Bell and
Flash and sending the report. Signals are generated independent of security systems arming
mode.
- Fire – disturbances in sensors controlled zone call instantly generated fire signals Bell and Flash
and sending the report. Signals are generated independent of security systems arming mode.
- Silent – disturbances in sensors controlled zone call instantly sending the report, although
signals Bell and Flash are not generated. Messages are generated independent of security
systems arming mode.
6.
It’s possible to arm security system, while one or several zones are temporarily out of service by
using bypass a zone function. This function must be set for every input separately and must be
applied by code keypad. Bypassed zones are automatically cancelled each time the system is
disarmed and must be bypassed again, if required, before the next arming.
7.
Security module CG2 has 6 outputs for connecting to signaling devices and controlling them.
- Outputs PGM1, PGM2, PGM3 switching voltage up to 30 V and current up to 50 mA.
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Security system’s control commands by using keypad are given in annex D.
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Outputs PGM4, PGM5 switching voltage up to 30 V and current up to 1 A.
Relay output PGM6 switching voltage up to 30 V and current up to 1 A.
Each PGM of six can be set to operate in one of the specified operating modes:*
- Buzzer – intended for control a low power sound device. Pulsating signals (periodical beep) are
generated during the exit/entry delay, and after security system was alarmed – continuous signal.
- State – intended for control a light device. Pulsating signals are generated during exit delay, and
after security system was alarmed – continuous signal.
- Ready – intended for control a light device. When all security zones are armed, a continuous
signal is generated.
- Flash – intended for control a light device. When security system is armed, continuous signal is
generated and after security system was alarmed pulsating signal is generated.
- Bell – intended for control a sound device (siren). After security system was alarmed a
continuous or periodical sound signal will be generated.
- SMS – intended for remote control of electrical engineering devices by sending SMS messages.
- AC OK – intended for control light device and shows that security system is powered from the
power supply main.
- Battery OK – intended for control a light device and shows availability of power supply from a
backup battery.
- DIAL - intended for remote control of electrical engineering devices by free of charge call.
8.
Entry/exit delay time may be set from 0 to 255 seconds.
9.
Time of siren operation may be set from 0 to 9999 seconds.
10. The security module can automatically arm itself - Auto ARM function. If after the security systems
disarming by a free of charge call, no zones were alarmed during the entry delay, the security
system will be re-armed automatically.
11. The security module has an arming/disarming Bell squawk function. Upon arming of one short signal
is generated and upon disarming – two short signals.
12. Security module sends messages:
- SMS messages to two User telephones. User can be additionally informed about the sending of
SMS messages by a free of charge call.
- To the monitoring station (CMS) by a GPRS connection with TCP/UDP protocol to two IP
addresses and/or SMS messages.**
13. Security module periodically sends test messages [Test]. Period is 1–65535 minutes.
14. The security module CG2 is supplied by 16 – 18 VAC or 12,6 VDC voltage from 4-7 A/h backup
battery. Permissible range of AC voltage drop is ±20%. When power supply from AC mains has
failed, the module automatically turns to backup power supply. After AC voltage has restored, the
battery is charged and maintained in a standby mode. Time period necessary for the battery to fully
charge is no more than 15 hours, charging current is not exceeded 0,6 A. When voltage drops below
10V, battery is automatically disconnected.
15. Security module’s controller monitors power supply chains and sends reports about power supply
failure:
- AC has failed/restored,
- Battery’s voltage has fallen below 11.5 V or has risen again to 12.6 V.
16. Security module has a power supply unit to power sensors and security devices with direct 12 V
voltage. Total operational current should not exceed 1.1 A. Plugs are protected from short circuit or
overload by automatic cutouts.
17. Parameters of security module are set by:
- User’s mobile phone when sending SMS messages in established form,
- PC when using GProg software.
18. Security module CG2 operates well and maintains its operational parameters when environment
temperature is from –10°C to +55°C and relative air humidity is not higher than 90% in temperature
of +20°C.
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Outputs operations are graphically displayed in annex A.
Messages are transmitted according to Contact ID code table.
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Essentials of the module CG2
1 – Connector and leads for battery connecting;
2 – LEDs to visualize module operation in GSM network,
3 – LEDs to visualize inputs state,
4 – SIM card holder,
5 – GSM antenna screw-connector;
6 – GSM modem;
7 – Mounting holes;
8 – USB port for configuration of module;
9 – RESET button;
10- Terminals for external connections;
Application of external terminals
AC, AC
+V
COM
YEL
GRN
IN1...IN6
COM
PGM1...PGM5
+V
NO
C
PGM6
NC
Power supply clamp (to connect 16 VAC voltage)
Clamp to power supply the auxiliaries devices by +12 V
Common clamp
Clamp to connect Paradox keyboard (Yellow)
Clamp to connect Paradox keyboard (Green)
Input clamps
Common clamp
Output clamps (PGMs)
Clamp to power supply the auxiliaries devices by +12 V
Normally open relay clamp
Common relay clamp
Normally closed relay clamp
Light indication meanings
ZN1...ZN6
Inputs state
LEVEL
GSM level
TEST
DATA
Operation
Data transfer
GSM modem
state
Registration of
the module to
the network
STATE
GSM REG
Red On
Off
Red flashing
Zones aren’t closed
Zones are closed in desired partition (OK)
Number of flashes means GSM signal level
Green flashing
Yellow On
Power supply is OK, the module operates
Memory of the module still contains unsent messages
Yellow flashing
GSM modem is functioning*
Yellow On
Yellow flashing
Yellow fast flashing
Module is registered to GSM network
Module has been registered to GSM network
Module doesn’t find the SIM card
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Mounting and preparation of the CG2 module
1. The module CG2 should be mounted into housing together with a step-down transformer. Module is
fastened to the housing by screws or plastic bushes through the mounting holes (7). Transformer is
connected to AC terminals. A back-up battery is installed.
2. Sensors and signal devices should be connected to the terminals of security module. Examples of
connection schemes are given in annex C. GSM antenna is screwed onto the antenna screwconnector (5), a SIM card is inserted into the SIM card holder (4).
3. Power supply should be switched on. At first, power supply from the AC and then from the back-up
battery.
4. Module is configured.
5. Security module operation and message sending should be checked.
Configuring by PC
Operational parameters can be set up, read, modified and updated with configuration software GProg.
Loaded or newly created parameter setup files with extension “.tcfg” can be saved and used to
configure other The software and it's installation manual can be found at www.orvos.ee.
To connect the module CG2 to a PC follow these steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Connect module to power supply,
Connect the device to a computer using USB cable,
Start the program GProg and select Setup/Serial port, then specify the serial port (e.g.: COM14),
Then select command Devices and a programmable device CG2. A dialog window [Main window]
will open,
5. Press the icon [Connect],
6. To read the operational parameters stored in the module press the icon [Receive config]. When data
download has finished a window [Configuration is received] will appear.
1. Setting up control panel’s parameters
1.1.
In the window [Main Window] main parameters of the module should be entered:
NOTE:
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Module's Account Number ;
SIM card's PIN code;
Entry delay time [Entry Delay], sec.;
Exit delay time [Exit Delay], sec.;
Duration of Siren operation when system is alarmed [Bell Cut-off], sec.;
Periodicity of signal tests [Test time], min.;
Switch mode of control input ON/OFF, [Pulse mode] or [Level mode];
If control panel is armed/disarmed by a free of charge call, [Pulse mode] should be set. If security
system is armed or disarmed by changing input state ON/OFF any setting can be used. But when
[Level mode] is used, input circuits are controlled constantly.
Mark the box [Auto ARM] to activate auto-arm function.
Mark the box [Enable Remote Open/Close] to activate the function security system
arming/disarming in remote mode.
Choose the PGM control mode [Level mode] or [Pulse mode]. When pulse mode is chosen, select
relay switching pulse time of remote controlled PGM [Pulse time].
Account number of the module should be entered in hexadecimal format.
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1.2.
Properties of inputs (zones) can be selected in the dialog screen [Inputs]. To alter the view of the
properties use a scroll-bar in the bottom of the screen.
Definition of each input [Definition] can be set by a double click on a cell and selecting a desirable
security zone function in a section has opened. Transmitting function of alarm [A] and restore [R]
messages of each zone can be activated. A bypass function [Bypass] of chosen zone can be
activated as well. A circuit type NO/NC/EOL [Type] can be set.
If messages are sent to the Central Monitoring Station (CMS), it is recommended not to change the
message codes [Code], otherwise it is necessary to know the Contact ID message codes.
If messages are sent to mobile phone in a form of SMS, every input alarm [Alarm text] and input
restore text [Restore text] can be changed. The use of Latin alphabet is recommended.
Entered or used default loop response time is displayed in column [Speed] and sensitive time to
repeated alarms in column [Repeat].
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1.3.
Type of output operation can be changed in the window [Outputs]. Double click on a cell [Out
definition] and select a desired output operation type in a window has opened.
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1.4. Operation type of Paradox keypad panic buttons can be specified in a window [System options]:
[Silent] or [Audible] and marked function Bell squawk to inform about security systems
arming/disarming.
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1.5.
Telephone numbers of users with which the security system can be armed/disarmed can be entered
in the window [Users]. Numbers should be entered in international format: country code (without +),
operator code, a local number. SMS alarm messages about changes in security system's state are
only sent to those users, who numbers were entered in the window [SMS to Users].
In this window new security system's control codes can be entered or changed [User code].
If user names, control codes and user telephone numbers were entered correctly, received
messages will contain information which user has armed/disarmed security system. E.g.: if a user,
which telephone number is +37212345678, uses the Master code (either default 1234, or changed),
in the message will be shown that security system has armed by a user named Master.
2. Setting up GSM communicator’s parameters
Parameters of communication channel, by which the messages will be transferred, are specified.
2.1. Central Monitoring Station parameters are entered in the window [GPRS to CMS]:
Access Point Name [APN] of the network in which the module is working.
Login name to APN [Login]. If GSM operator does not require username, leave it blank.
Login password to APN [Password]. If GSM operator does not require password, leave it blank.
[Number of GPRS connections requests].
Remote ports of GPRS/IP receiver [Remote Port].
IP addresses of GPRS/IP receiver [Remote IP].
Message Transport Protocol [Transport Protocol].
Periodicity of PING signal sending [PING interval].
Message encrypting protocol [Data Protocol].
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Message encrypting password [Data crypting password].
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When both IP addresses, ports are entered and the near-by field [GPRS to next] is checked, the
message will be sent to that address, to which the last message was sent. If sending to the first
address has failed, sending to the second address will be attempted. If the attempt is successful, all
future messages will be sent to that address.
If protocol TRK 01 is checked, encrypted messages will be sent. When message is transmitted,
security module disconnects from GPRS network and switches to stand-by mode. Messages can be
received by a IP receiver AGSR.
If protocol TRK 03 is checked, encrypted messages will be sent. GPRS connection with a receiver is
constantly tested, connection sessions are not canceled, PING control signals are transmitted. PING
signals are sent in desired intervals or they can be disabled. Messages can be received by a IP
receiver AGSR.
If protocol TRK 04 is checked, sent messages will not be encrypted. GPRS connection with a
receiver is constantly tested, connection sessions are not canceled, PING control signals are
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Message encrypting password entered to the security module has to be the same as password,
entered to GPRS/IP receiver.
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transmitted. PING signals are sent in desired intervals or they can be disabled. Messages can be
received by any IP receiver, which is capable of receiving and reading of data in TCP/IP protocol.
2.2. In window [SMS to CMS] Central Monitoring Station's GSM numbers are entered. Numbers should
be entered in international format: country code (without +), operator code, a local number. Their
operation is enabled by checking the box [Enable]. When both numbers are entered and checked,
messages will be sent to both numbers. Then a six-digit password should be entered and Data
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format specified.
2.3. In window [SMS to User] numbers of Users' mobile phones are entered, to which SMS messages
will be sent. Numbers should be entered in international format: country code (without +), operator
code, a local number. Their operation is enabled by checking the box [Enable]. A password for
remote configure the security module, should be entered.
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Message encrypting password entered to the security module has to be a same as password,
entered to GPRS/IP receiver.
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2.4
In window [Dial to Users] such Users' mobile phone numbers are entered, which will be informed
with free of charge calls about the sending of SMS message. Numbers should be entered in
international format: country code (without +), operator code and a local number. Their operation is
enabled by checking the [Enable] field. A desired number of repeating calls should be selected.
2.5
In window [Status Events Summary] can be checked, which systemic control module’s messages
should be sent, what their event codes [Code] are, or new SMS texts [Text] for these messages can
be created.
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3 Saving of parameters
Established security module's parameters are saved into the device's memory by pressing an icon
[Send config]. Note [Configuration is sent] shows that saving was successful.
Configuring by mobile phone
All operational parameters can be changed only with GProg program. When programming a module
SMS messages in such structure are sent:
PSW[password]space[command code]space[command content]
Several examples:
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Changing of password
PSW123456_98_654321
98
command to change password,
654321
new password (six digits).
Entering user's telephone number, with which will be possible to arm/disarm security system.
PSW654321_03_37212345678#
03
command to enter user's number,
37212345678 International telephone number (without +, up to 16 digits),
“#”
end symbol of the telephone number (required in the text).
st
Entering telephone number for receiving SMS messages (E.g. of the 1 user).
PSW654321_04_37245678901#
04
command to enter telephone number for receiving SMS messages,
37245678901 International telephone number (without +, up to 16 digits),
“#”
end symbol of the telephone number (required in the text).
st
Activating function of SMS transmission to 1 user.
PSW654321_09_00001000
09
command to turn GSM communicator ON,
th
00001000
command “Send to whom” (send only through the 5 channel).
Other command and inquiry examples:
PSW123456_97_3 Inquiry about input status,
PSW123456_97_4 Inquiry about security system, input and power supply status,
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If the primary (default) password is not changed, module's user list can be manipulated. This
means, that one can enter his telephone number to control the security system without an assent
from the owner.
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th
PSW123456_50_4 Control of 4 output: output state is switched to opposite,
th
PSW123456_54_0 Control of 4 output: output state is switched to [0],
th
PSW123456_54_1 Control of 4 output: output state is switched to [1].
Commands in SMS message can be grouped: it is possible to change several parameters and to
make an inquiry with one message.
PSW123456_98_654321_03_37212345678#_04_37245678901#_03_37234567890#_05_3723
2154321#_09_00001100
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SMS commands list
PSW[password]space[command code]space[command content]
Initial
command
and
password
Command
code
Command content
(telephone number,
PGM etc)
PSW + password (default 123456)
(uppercase)
01
02
1234567890#
03
12345678909#
04
12345678901#
05
12345678902#
06
12345678901#
07
12345678901#
Command description
Delete all numbers from phonebook.
Delete phone number written in Command content from the
phonebook.
Add new phone number written in Command content to the
phonebook.
st
Enter phone number of the 1 user to whom SMS report will be
sent.
nd
Enter phone number of the 2 user to whom SMS report will be
sent.
Enter phone number of the 1st user to whom a short call will be
given.
nd
Enter phone number of the 2 user to whom a short call will be
given.
8-digit sequence is entered to specify transmission channels
(1-send, 0-forbidden).
st
09
10
11
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
1 channel – SMS1 to CMS,
nd
2 channel – SMS2 to CMS,
rd
00001111
3 channel – IP1 to CMS,
th
4 channel – IP2 to CMS,
5th channel – SMS to user1,
th
6 channel – SMS to user2,
th
7 channel – DIAL to user1,
th
8 channel – DIAL to user2.
st
100.100.11.100space1000 Enter 1 IP address and port of receiver
nd
200.200.22.200space2000 Enter 2
1 ........ 6
1 or 0
1 or 0
1 or 0
1 or 0
1 or 0
1 or 0
97
3/4/5/
98
xxxxxx
IP address and port of receiver
Change state of selected PGM output to the opposite.
Change state of the 1st output as specified in the message.
Change state of the 2nd output as specified in the message.
Change state of the 3rd output as specified in the message.
Change state of the 4th output as specified in the message.
Change state of the 5th output as specified in the message.
Change state of the 6th output as specified in the message.
Inquiry about operation of the module
3 - inquiry about output state;
4 - inquiry about general state, inputs and electrical supply;
5- inquiry about GSM signal level and IMEI.
Change the password.
Numbers should be entered using format: country code (without +) operator code, a local number.
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Annex A
Operation of programmable outputs
OUTPUT
PGM1
BUZZER*
APPLICATION
OPERATION
Intended for connecting a low-power sound device.
Signal is generated at the moment of entry/exit.
PGM2
STATE*
Intended for connecting a light device.
Signal is generated during the time to leave the
premises.
PGM3
READY*
Intended for connecting a light device.
Signal is generated when all zones are ready.
PGM4
SMS*
Output is controlled by SMS messages
PGM5
FLASH*
Intended for connecting a light device.
Signal is generated when security system has been
alarmed.
PGM6
BELL*
Intended for connecting light device.
Signal is generated when security system has been
alarmed.
PGM
DIAL
Output is controlled by free of charge call.
*default settings
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Annex B
Wiring diagrams of the security module CG2
Wiring diagram for connecting the module CG2 when Paradox® keypad K636 is used.
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Annex C
Table of default parameters
Inputs (zones)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Outputs (PGM)
1
2
3
4
5
6
Meaning/ function
Delay,
EOL,
Can be bypassed
Interior,
EOL,
Can be bypassed
Instant,
EOL,
Can be bypassed
24 hours,
EOL
Can be bypassed
Fire,
EOL
Cannot be bypassed
ON/OFF,
NC
Cannot be bypassed
Silent,
NC
Cannot be bypassed
Silent,
NC
Cannot be bypassed
Buzzer
State
Ready
SMS
Flash
Bell
Entry delay time
15 s
Exit delay time
20 s
Duration
of
siren
operation
Periodicity of tests
ON/OFF
sound
indication
Auto-ARM function
120 s
GSM communicator
1440 min.
Turned ON
Inactive
Is not activated
Description
Entry/exit zone. Zone can be disturbed during the time of
entry/exit.
Interior zone. Zone can be disturbed during the time of
entry/exit.
Instant zone. When disturbed alarms instantly.
Continuous operating zone. When disturbed alarms
instantly.
Continuous operating zone. Used to connect fire
sensors. When disturbed alarms instantly.
Control zone. Turns security system ON/OFF.
Silent zone. Controls alternating current power supply.
Silent zone. Controls back-up power supply from battery.
Used to connect a sound device. Signal is generated
during the time of entry/exit.
Used to connect a light indicator. Signal is generated
during the time of entry/exit.
Used to connect a light indicator. Signal is generated
when all security zones are ready.
Used to connect other devices in order to control them
sending SMS.
Used to connect a light device. Signal is generated when
zone has been disturbed.
Used to connect a sound device. Signal is generated
when zone has been disturbed.
Delay when a person can enter freely and disarm the
security system.
Delay when a person can leave freely the premises after
arming the security system.
Duration of siren operation, if a zone has been disturbed.
Time period between test messages.
When security system is armed, one short sound signal
is generated. When is disarmed - two short signals.
Security system arms automatically, if during the time of
exit no zones were disturbed.
For transmitting messages.
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Control of security system using Paradox keypad K636
To arm the security system
Enter the 4-digit control code. The system starts calculating exit delay, during which indicator [ARM]
is flashing. When security system is armed, indicator [ARM] is shining.
If Bell Squawk function is turned ON, siren will squawk once upon arming.
Note! If zones are disturbed, security system will not arm.
To arm the security system in STAY mode using a [STAY] button of keypad
Press keypad button [STAY] and enter the 4-digit control code. Light indicator [ARM] will start
flashing and [STAY] – shining. All zones change their operation mode. Security zones working in
STAY mode will be disconnected. Entry zone Delay will start working as instantaneous operation
zone. Like so entry to premises is impossible without security system alarm.
To arm the security system in STAY mode using the way of not disturbed Delay zone
Enter the 4-digit control code. If during the exit time Delay zone will be not disturbed, STAY mode
will arm. During exit delay indicator ARM will flash. During STAY mode corresponding indicator will
shine. When entering the secured premises, entry countdown will start.
To disarm the security system
Enter the 4-digit control code. When security system will be disarmed, OFF indicator will be shining.
If Bell Squawk function is turned ON, siren will squawk twice upon disarming.
To turn siren OFF
When 24 hours zone is disturbed, to turn the siren off, enter the 4-digit control code. Arming mode
of security system is not change.
Bypassing a zone
Press keypad button [BYP] and enter the 4-digit control code. Light indicator BYP will start blinking.
Enter a 2-digit number of a zone You want to bypass (E.g. [0]+[2]). Press key [Enter]. Light indicator
BYP will start shining. Security system now can be armed regardless of disturbance in the bypassed
zone. Zone can be bypassed only for one arming.
Changing the Master control code
Master code can only be changed not deleted.
Press keypad button
. Enter the master code (default is 1234). Button
will start blinking and
key “1” will start shining. Enter the 2-digit Master code rank number (E.g.: [0]+[1]). Enter a new 4digit Master code (E.g. 4321). Repeat the entered 4-digit Master code (E.g. 4321). Press key
[ENTER]. Enter Master code and press [CLEAR].
Entering a new control code
Press keypad button
. Enter the master code. Button
will start blinking and key [1] will start
shining, meaning, Master code is entered. Other blinking buttons mean that corresponding User
codes have already been entered. Enter a 2-digit User code rank number (E.g.: [0]+[2]). Enter a new
4-digit User code. Press key [ENTER].
Other User codes are entered in a similar way, only changing the User's rank number.
When finished entering codes press [CLEAR] button.
Deleting control codes
Enter the master code. Button
will start blinking. Other blinking buttons mean that corresponding
User codes have already been entered. Enter a 2-digit User code rank number (E.g.: [0]+[2]), which
You want to delete. Press [SLEEP] button. Sound signal will be heard and button showing
corresponding User code will stop blinking.
Control code is deleted. When finished deleting codes press [CLEAR] button.
To quit programming mode press [CLEAR] button
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