GSM Alarm Control Panel
A New User
Friendly Concept
GSM SMS Alarm For
Your Assets!
GSM Alarm Control Panel
User Manual
S110
Ver 1.10
Date Issued: 2010-09-01
All rights reserved by
King Pigeon HiTech.Co.,Ltd.
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Table of Contents
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6.
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8.
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14.
Brief introduction -----------------------------------------------------------------------------2
Safety Directions ----------------------------------------------------------------------------2
Standard
Packing
list
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Physical Layout ------------------------------------------------------------------------------3
Features ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------6
Settings ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------8
Operating Instructions --------------------------------------------------------18
Installation --------------------------------------------------------------------21
Add wireless sensors -----------------------------------------------------26
Technical specifications --------------------------------------------29
Important information --------------------------------------------------------------30
Maintenance----------------------------------------------------------------------------30
Quality
Warranty
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------30
Trouble Shooting Guide-------------------------------------------------------------------31
This handbook has been designed as a guide to the installation and operation of
S110.
Statements contained in the handbook are general guidelines only and in no way are
designed to supersede the instructions contained with other products.
We recommend that the advice of a registered electrician be sought before any
Installation work commences.
The manufacturer, its employees and distributors, accept no liability for any loss or
damage including consequential damage due to reliance on any material contained in
this handbook.
The manufacturer, its employees and distributors, accept no liability for GSM Network
upgrading or SIMCard upgrading due to the specifications contained in this handbook.
SMS Command List
SMS COMMAND
Functions & Actions
AA
To arm, in this mode, any detector triggered will alarm.
BB
To disarm, in this mode, detector triggered will not alarm.
CC
To switch ON the Relay 2 output.
DD
To switch OFF the Relay 2 output
EE
Inquiry the Status
*The commands should plus Password, the format is Password+SMS Command.
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i.e.: if the password is 1234, then you can send 1234AA to arm, 1234BB to disarm,
the AA~EE must be Caps Lock.
1. Brief introduction
The GSM Alarm System is a new security protection solution special for
home, house and office and other applications. It based on Wireless
GSM Communication network, integrated Lcd Menu display and
Computer technology. When any sensor activated, it will Call & Send
SMS to owner’s telephone immediately.
The GSM Alarm System with user friendly design idea, all operations and
settings are visual and intuitive!.
What you need is a SIMCard which supports Call ID function.
2.Safety Directions
Safe Startup
Do not use GSM Alarm System when using GSM equipment
is prohibited or might bring disturbance or danger.
Interference
All wireless equipment might interfere network signals of
GSM Alarm System and influences its performance.
Avoid Use at Gas Station
Do not use GSM Alarm System at a gas station. Power off
GSM Alarm System it near fuels or chemicals.
Power it off near Blasting Places
Please follow relevant restrictive regulations. Avoid using the
device in blasting places.
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Reasonable Use
Please install the product at suitable places as described in
the
product documentation. Avoid signal screening by
covering the mainframe.
Use Qualified Maintenance Service
Maintenance can be carried out only by qualified maintainer.
Waterproofness
The product is not waterproof. Please install it at dry places
and keep it dry.
3. Standard Packing List
Control Unit X1
Wireless Magnetic Door Sensor X1
Wireless Remote Controls X 2
Wireless PIR Motion Sensor X1
Wired Strobe Siren (110dB) X1
Regulated 12VDC Power Supply X1
User Manual X1
GSM Antenna X1
Optional Accessories: (Wireless Sensors or Wired Sensors)
PIR Motion Sensor, Glass Break Sensor, Magnetic Window Sensor,
Magnetic Steel Scrolling Door Sensor, Temperature Sensor,
Photoelectric Beams, etc.
4. Physical Layout
4.1 Control Unit physical layout
Tips!
1)
In order to forbidden the intruder power off the alarm system, we equipped the power
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switch inside, it is nearby the SIMCard socket, please pay attention to it, and don’t
tell others of this. Turn it towards inside is off, turn it towards outside is on.
2)
We reserved the plastics of the output relay and Wired sensors in the back cover of
the panel. Because of some of the users needn’t this function. If you want to use the
output relay and wired sensors, please remove the plastics carefully. Then you can
see the connectors inside.
Interface 1 Description
Power
External Power Connector, Connect to [email protected] DC power
through AC/DC Adaptor.
Siren
Will start for 60seconds when alarm. The siren or strobe
siren should be <12V DC.
GSM ANT
Connect the GSM ANT, if the GSM signal is not strong,
then please change the 3dB GSM ANT.
Microphon
e
One sensitive Microphone built inside.
Interface 2 Description
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+12V
[email protected] power output for wired detectors.
IN1
Digital input 1, connect to one wire of the wired Detector.
IN2
Ground point, connect to another wire of the wired Detector or
-12VDC.
Digital input 2, connect to one wire of the wired Detector.
IN3
Digital input 3, connect to one wire of the wired Detector.
GND
GND
Ground point, connect to another wire of the wired Detector.
IN4
Digital input 4, connect to one wire of the wired Detector.
IN5
Digital input 5, connect to one wire of the wired Detector.
GND
Ground point, connect to another wire of the wired Detector.
IN6
Digital input 6, connect to one wire of the wired Detector.
IN7
Digital input7, connect to another wire of the wired Detector.
GND
IN8
Ground point, connect to another wire of the wired Detector or
-12VDC.
Digital input 8, connect to one wire of the wired Detector.
+12V
[email protected] power output for wired detectors.
R1+
Link-Output Relay, when the system alarm will close 4minutes.
(Rated Voltage: 3A/240VAC), this relay can connect to any other
R1-
lights or CCTV system as a switch.
Built in [email protected] rated relay output, connect to the device
R2+
negative electrode.
Independent Output Relay, Can switch on or off by SMS
Commands. (Rated Voltage: 3A/240VAC), this relay is very
useful to switch on light when you can not come back in the
R2-
evening. Then some hours you can switch off it.
Built in [email protected] rated relay output, connect to the device
negative electrode.
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4.2 Working Principle Drawing
The unit works with wireless detectors or Wired detectors. It can switch on
or off one appliance by SMS command. Please see below:
5. Features
5.1 The advantages of the GSM Alarm System
1)
Two-way Voice communication or wiretap are available;
2)
LCD displays the entire setup menu;
3)
Armed, Partial Armed(At House or Stay), Disarmed, SOS are
available;
4)
Armed delay, alarm delay, siren work or not, more other functions are
Programmable by user;
5)
Watchdog,24Hours Zone, SOS zone are available;
6)
Using ICON to display armed, Partial Armed, Disarmed, Power status,
Siren status and GSM Signal status.
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7)
Auto-detect and report, GSM Signal Jammer alarm, SMS Switch is
available.
8)
User friendly Icons for LED indicators, LCD and functional Buttons.
5.2 Functions & Features of the GSM Alarm System
1)
GSM Frequency: Dual-Band(900/1800/1900MHz), Quad-Band is
optional(850/900/1800/1900Mhz) ;
2)
Supports armed, Partial armed(At House or Stay) or disarmed, SOS
by remote control or mainframe keyboard;
3)
Supports armed, disarmed, inquiry mainframe status, switch on or off
relay output by SMS Commands;
4)
Automatically send SMS Alert and dial to the pre-set cell phone when
any sensor had been triggered;
5)
Equips with 16 Wireless Zones and 8 Wired zones, zone attribute
(Normal/At House or Stay mode) and Zone Name is editable;
6)
3 X 24-Hour zones for smoke and gas leakage sensor,1XWatchdog
zone for monitoring elder or child, 1XSOS zone for emergency help;
7)
Supports 3 SMS Alert Numbers and 5 Calling alert numbers and 100
Alarm Records for owner review;
8)
Supports Timer for automatically arm or disarm the system;
9)
Supports armed delay to give enough time to you go out the home, the
delay time is editable by user;
10) Equips with 1 Alarm-Link output relay, once the system triggered, the
output will switch on for 4minutes;
11) Equips with 1 seperate output relay, it can be switch on or off by SMS
Commands. This is very useful for remote switch on light or off while
you’re in another city in the night;
12) The Keypad can use as a dialer, the functions like the Cell phone;
13) The external power failure & recovery alert function is optional ;
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14) Supports wiretap through the internal microphone;
15) Supports internal Speaker to special user for two-way voice
communication;
16) It is Compatible with PT2262 and PT2242 wireless IC;
17) Standby internal rechargeable battery which can last 18 hours;
18) Based on the GSM communication network and Operation Menu
Display technology, apply to wide range situations.
6. Settings
Tips!
1)
Please insert the SIMCard firstly, and install the GSM Antenna then power on it.
Also, you can insert the SIMCard after you setup.
2)
All the wireless sensors in the standard package we have assigned to the mainframe
already. Needn’t to learn it again.
3)
After you power on the mainframe, the mainframe will auto detect and display the
process. It will detect the 8 wired input current connection status and display on the
LCD with 8 characters. O stands for Open, C stands for Close, L stands for with2.2K
EOL, E Stands for not includes the before 3 status. If it with SIMCard, it will register
the GSM Network and display the GSM Signal ICON in the left corner of the LCD.
4)
All of the setup can be done by the LCD except modify the Zone name, if you need
to modify the zone name, please see the command list in the related chapter.
5)
Only disarm by keyboard and modify settings requires password, the other operation
needn’t password. The default password is 1234. Enter password then press Enter
button to enter the system.
6)
In standby mode, press #3#6, following UP button. The system will recovery to
factory default settings, the password will be 1234. But the registered wireless
sensors and the Wired type will remain.
7)
Two way communication:
In standby mode, dial the telephone number, following the
out; While incoming call, press the
, the system will dial
Button to answer the incoming. Please
note: if the income calling is from the preset number (Includes SMS Alert number
and Auto-dial numbers), then before 6 tones, if answered it, will create two way
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voice communications. After 6 tones, will be entering into wiretap status. The user
can listen in the alarm around sounds, Max. time is 10Minutes. If the income calling
is not from the preset alarm number, after 6 tones, if hasn’t been answered, will
hang up.
8)
If you want to test the two way voice communication, please make sure the other
phone is far from the , at least 500meters. Otherwise, the near-cross will make
lots of noise interference.
9)
Please setup at least one alarm alert number, otherwise the mainframe will only
activate the siren to work 6 times, this is to remind you setup alarm numbers.
10) The controller panel not accept PIN Code, please disable the SIMCard’s PIN Code
function.
6.1 Key-Function Descriptions.
6.1.1 Led indicator Description
The unit uses the icons to stand for the function, it is visual and intuitive to users.
:
:
Stay Mode indicator, on is in stay mode;
Arm Mode indicator, on is in arm mode, off is in disarm mode;
Alarm Indicator, on is alarming, off is normally;
:
GSM Module indicator, registering will quickly flick, registered successful
will slowly flick.
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:
Alarm link output indicator, when alarm, will turn on and last 4minutes,
: means the alarm link output relay closing.
Separate output relay indicator, when the independent output relay closed, it
: will be on; when the independent output relay opened, will be off.
6.1.2 LCD ICONS Description
The unit uses the icons to descript the present status; it will be more user friendly.
: Enabled the Timer to arm and disarm function; otherwise, will not display it.
: Timer to Arm, has setup a time point to enter armed mode directly.
: Timer to disarm. Has setup a time point to enter disarmed mode directly.
Enabled the Watchdog zone. In the fixed time range if the sensors in the watchdog
zone hasn’t been triggered, will alarm.
:
Enabled
the system condition report function. Will automatically send system
:
condition to the user by SMS, otherwise, it will not display.
6.1.3 Keyboard functions
The unit uses the icons to mark the buttons; it will be more user friendly to user.
: Enter button, dial out and answer incoming.
: Hang up the incoming, Exit, and Backspace button.
: Up towards button.
: Down towards button.
: Turn right button, in special menu need it to choose the option.
Disarm Button.
Arm Button
At House, Stay mode button.
SOS, Panic Button.
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6.2 Main Menu
In standby mode, press the
1. View
2. Setup
button, you can see the Menu.
---To check the settings and event records of the system
---To setup the system functions, requires password, the
default password is 1234.
6.2.1 View
1. Alarm Records
2.Timers
---To check the alarm records, up to 100 event
records will be saved.
---To check the Timer you have setup.
---To check the SMS Alert Contents of the Wireless
Related Zones.
---To check the SMS Alert Numbers
---To check the Auto-dial telephone Numbers
---To check the report time.
---To check the RF sensor wireless code.
---To check the SMS Alert Contents of the Wired
Related Zones.
Name
Notice:
1)
The RF Code Query function is for check the wireless sensor transmission. You can
enter this submenu, then triggered the wireless sensor, if in the LCD can display
some codes, means the wireless sensor can transmit wireless signal.
6.2.2 Setup
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1. Add/Del RF Parts ---To add or remove wireless sensors or remote
controls and edit their attributes.
2.Wired Zones Set
---To setup Wired Zone parameters of the system.
---To setup basic parameters of the system.
3.Basic Setting
---To setup the advanced parameters of the system.
4. Advanced Setting
6.2.2.1 Add/Del RF Parts
---To setup the zone’s attribute and add new wireless
1.Edit RF Zone
sensors to specificities zone.
---To add new remote controls.
2.Edit Remote Ctrl
---To remove all registered wireless sensors and
3. Remove All
remote controls.
Notice:
1)
Zones’ Attribute definition:
Zones’ Attribute
Normal
Stay
24-Hour Zone
Definition
The sensors with this type triggered will alarm in Armed mode
and not alarm in disarmed mode.
In Stay mode, the sensors with Stay type triggered will alarm, the
sensors with Normal type triggered will not alarm.
In any mode, the sensors with this type triggered will alarm.
In the starting time point and ending time point, the sensors with
this type triggered will not alarm, if the sensor hasn’t been
triggered, will make alarm.
In any mode, the sensors with this type triggered will alarm but
SOS Help!
not drive the siren.
Alarm Action: when Alarm occurrence, the system will Automatically dial the Pre-set
Watchdog
Auto-Dial Tel. Numbers for 3 times one by one, and Send SMS to the Pre-set SMS Alert
Numbers, in the meantime, will drive the siren for 60seconds and close the link-Output
relay for 4 minutes.
2) After you enter the menu, the attribute of the zone will be displayed in the LCD, if
this zone has been assigned wireless sensor, will display “V”. If hasn’t been
assigned wireless sensor, means this zone is empty, you can assign new wireless
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sensor to this zone. Press Up or down button on the keyboard to check the other
Zones. Press Enter to edit it. After you pressed the Enter button, you can select the
zone attribute, and then press Enter, you can see “Turn on the device” or “Please
trigger the new wireless sensor”. Then following the instruction to add the new
wireless sensor to the . For Remote control, it will display VVVV if the unit has been
assigned remote control. Both of them you can press Enter to re-assign new
wireless sensor or remote control to replace the existence one.
3)
In the Edit RF Parts you can edit the attribute of the sensor as Normal or Stay Type.
If the system is under Stay Mode (Also said At House or Partial Armed), the sensor
set as Normal triggered will not alarm, the sensor set as Stay triggered will Alarm. If
the system is under Armed Mode, then all RF sensors triggered, will alarm. This is
very important to remember the sensor types of the system. This function is very
useful when you at house and need some sensors in working status (E.g.: the
sensor installed outer and gas and smoke detectors, etc.) and some sensors indoor
not in working status (e.g.: the sensors installed in the living room, bed room, etc.).
4)
The unit can accept total 16 wireless sensors to 16 wireless zones; each zone can
be assigned one wireless sensor, and renamed it by SMS Command. And 5 remote
controls.
5)
Wireless Zone Serial Number, Default Zone Name and Zone Attributes Table.
Zone SN.
Default Zone Name
Default Zone Attribute
01
Intrusion from Entry Door
Normal
02
Intrusion from Living Room
Normal
03
Intrusion from Bed Room 1
Normal
04
Intrusion from Bed Room 2
Normal
05
Intrusion from Bed Room 3
Normal
06
Intrusion from Front Balcony
Normal
07
Intrusion from Behind Balcony
Normal
08
Intrusion from 1F Window
Normal
09
Intrusion from 2F Window
Normal
10
Intrusion from Left Fence
Normal
11
Intrusion from Right Fence
12
Medical Button Alarm
13
Gas Leakage Alarm
Normal
24-Hour zones, This attribute can
not be modified. In arm or disarm or
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stay mode, once the sensor in these
zones triggered will alarm.
Watchdog Zone, the attribute can
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Watchdog alarm
not be modified. In arm or disarm or
stay mode, once the sensor in this
zone triggered in the preset time,
will not alarm, if the sensor hasn’t
been triggered in the preset time,
will alarm.
SOS zone, The attribute can not be
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SOS Help!
modified. In arm or disarm or stay
mode, once the sensor in these
zones triggered will alarm
immediately. not drive the siren.
Notice: The Additional Panic Button, and the SOS button on the Keyboard and
remote control is the same attribute with the SOS zone. If the Additional Panic
Button assigned in 24-Hour Zones, once triggered, the alarm action will be the
same as SOS zone, not start the siren.
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Smoke Fire Alarm
6.2.2.2 Wired Zones Set
1.Nodes Type
---To setup the wired inputs type.
2.Zones Attributes
---To setup the wired input’s attribute.
Notice:
1) The Nodes Type NC,NO,EOL should reference the wired input sensor type. The
Default is NC and we short all of the inputs by wires, if you want to contact wired
sensors, then please replace the short wires by wired sensors directly. The no-use
input, please remain them in short-circuited by wires. Please see 8.4 Install the
Wired Sensors and Electricity equipments
2)
3)
4)
Zones’ Attribute definition of the wired zone is the same as the wireless zone.
The unit can accept total 8 wired sensors to 8 wired zones; each zone can be
assigned one wired sensor, and renamed it by SMS Command.
Wired Zone Serial Number, Default Zone Name and Zone Attributes Table.
Zone SN.
Default Zone Name
Default Zone Attribute
01
Outer Door Opened
Normal
02
Intrusion from Left Fence
Normal
03
Intrusion from Right Fence
Normal
04
Intrusion from Front Fence
Normal
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05
Intrusion from Guarden Fence
06
24Hours zone alarm
07
24Hours zone alarm
08
SOS Help!
Normal
24-Hour zones, This attribute can not
be modified. In arm or disarm or stay
mode, once the sensor in these zones
triggered will alarm immediately.
SOS zone, The attribute can not be
modified. In arm or disarm or stay
mode, once the sensor in these zones
triggered will alarm immediately. But
not drive the siren.
6.2.2.3 Basic Setting
---To setup the SMS Alert Number, must be cell
phone numbers, total 3.
2. Auto-dial Tel No. ---To setup the Auto-dial telephone number, total is 5.
---To setup the time and date information. The
Format is Month-Date-Year. Press Up/Down to
3. Time & Date
setup each item, press * to move to next item.
---Switch on or off the siren when Alarm occurrence.
4. Sound Alarm
---Setup the Report time gap, Range:
0~240Hours.deflaut is 0, will not report.
5. Report Time Gap ---Enable or Disable the alert function while the AC
power is failure more than 30 minutes.
6. Power Failure Alert---Setup the delay time after armed the system by
remote control or keyboard. Optional: 0S, 20S,
30S, 60S, 90S. Default is 30S.
7. Arm Delay Time
---Setup the delay time after any sensor triggered.
Optional: 0S, 20S, 30S, 60S, 90S. Default is 20S.
8. Alarm delay Time
1.SMS Phone No.
Notice:
1)
The SMS Alert number is for receiving the alarm SMS Message. The Auto-Dial
Telephone number is for receiving the calling. Please help to try adding country code
or removing country code when you can not receive the call or SMS. Because of
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different GSM Operator with different communication protocols. Our system is with
the international communications protocols.
2)
The Auto-dial Tel. Number can dial to the , 6 tones later, can wiretap the system site.
Before 6 tones, if somebody answers the calling, then can create two-way voice
communication. The other telephone number can call in the , if nobody answer the
calling, then can not wiretap the system site, if somebody answers the calling, then
can create two-way voice communication.
For example:
In Finland, the country code is 00358, please note, do not write +358.
The user cell phone number is 13511111111 and has been assigned as a SMS Alert
number, the simcard number in the panel is 13512345678.
Problem 1: Alarm but the user hasn’t received the SMS Alert.
Solution: Please plus the country code while you setup the 13570810254 as SMS
Alert number, means setup 0035813511111111 to instead of the 13511111111.
Problem 2: The user number can receive the SMS Alert message from alarm panel,
but the alarm panel can not receive the commands from the user number.
Solution: Please add country code to the simcard number in the alarm panel. Means
send sms commands to 0035813512345678 to instead of 13512345678.
Solution 3: When you use cell phone dial another one, what number it will be
displayed then you can set the displayed number as dial numbers; when you use cell
phone send SMS to another cell phone, what number it will be displayed then you
can set the displayed number as SMS Alert number, just use the 00 to replace the
“+”.
3)
If Switch off the siren, then all alarm raised will not drive the siren, if switch on the
siren, then when the system alarm will drive the siren for 1 minute except the SOS
help caused. Default is Switch on.
4) If setup the Report Time Gap, the system will periodically send “GSM Alarm System
in good working condition” to the first SMS Alert number. This is very useful for long
time use the system. Default is 0. Means will not report the system condition.
5)
If enable the power failure alert function, the system will send SMS “AC Power Failed
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30Min.” to the first SMS Alert numbers after the AC power failure 30minutes, if the
power is recovery then will send SMS “AC Power is OK.”. Default is disabled.
6)
There’s no delay for Stay Mode.
6.2.2.4 Advanced Setting
---To setup the starting time to arm and the Ending
1.Edit Timer
time to disarm.
---To
setup the starting and ending time to work.
2. Watchdog Timer
---To setup the remote control operation report
function.
---To
setup the GSM Jammer Alert function.
4. GSM Jammer Alert
3. RCO Alert
5. Modify Password ---Modify the system password.
6. Default Set
--- Restore the system settings to factory defaults.
All of the remote controls and wireless sensors
should be re-assigned again.
Notice:
1) The watchdog is special for elder or child or on-duty personnel, in the period (Starting
time point to Ending time point) if this sensor hasn’t been triggered, the system will
alarm. This is very useful to monitor the elder or child goes out the bedroom or enters
the kitchen to eat something. Or monitor the on-duty personnel in the polling period
have gone to on-site inspection.
2)
If enable the RCO alert function, then when use any remote control which has been
registered to the system to arm or disarm or stay operation, the system will send
SMS to the first SMS number.
3)
If enable the GSM Jammer Alert function, when the GSM Signal is 0 for more than
90s, the system will drive the siren for 60seconds and the link-output relay will close 4
minutes.
6.3 Modify the SMS Alert Content of the Zone (Zone or Sensor Name)
The unit accepts SMS Command to modify the SMS Alert Content of the
zone.
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For Wireless Zone Name, the format is: Password+#+M+Zone Serial
Number+#+New Zone Name+#, the Max. Character for the zone name is 32.
The Zone Serial Number is 01~16 corresponding to the LCD Menu and
6.2.2.1 table. If setup successful, the system will return OK to confirm the
operation.
E.g.: Modify the first wireless zone name as Front Door Opened by Intruder! You should
edit a SMS Content: 1234#M01# Front Door Opened by Intruder!# ,the 1234 is the
password. Then send it to the Simcard Number.
For Wired Zone Name, the format is: Password+#+Z+Zone Serial
Number+#+New Zone Name+#, the Max. Character for the zone name is 32.
The Zone Serial Number is 01~08 corresponding to the LCD Menu and
6.2.2.2 table. If setup successful, the system will return OK to confirm the
operation.
E.g.: Modify the first wired zone name as Front Door Opened by Intruder! You should
edit a SMS Content: 1234#Z01# Front Door Opened by Intruder!# ,the 1234 is the
password. Then send it to the Simcard Number.
7. Operating Instructions
Tips!
The user can arm/disarm/Stay (Partial armed) by Remote controls, Keyboard, SMS,
also, the user can cancel the alarm by Remote Controls, Keyboard, SMS to Disarm it.
Another, the user can switch on or off the independent output relay by SMS
Commands.
7.1 Arm or Disarm or Stay (Partial Arm, At House Arm) and
Emergency Alarm by remote controls
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Press the button “ ” on the remote control or Press Arm button on the
keyboard then select Arm, the Control Unit enters arm status (delay time
according to the setting), the
ICON will be on. Under this status, any
sensor triggered, the control unit will alarm, if answered the call, the siren
will stop and can listen in the alarm area by phone.
Press the button “ ” on the remote control, or press Disarm button on the
Keyboard then input the password, the Control Unit disarms immediately.
The
ICON will be off. Under this status, any sensor triggered, the control
unit will not alarm. Except the sensor type is the 24-Hour Zones or
Watchdog zone or SOS zone.
Press the button “ ” on the remote control or Press the Arm button on the
keyboard then select Stay, the Control Unit enters Stay(Partial Armed)
status, the
ICON will be on. In this status, the sensors had been set as
Stay Type triggered will alarm, but the sensors had been set as normal
Type triggered will not alarm. Please see the menu of the Edit RF Zone.
Press Emergency button (SOS) “!” on the remote control or the control
unit or Press any Emergency button. The Control Unit will enter
emergency alarm. The siren will not sound, but will alert the pre-set phone
number immediately.
7.2 SMS Commands for Arm or Disarm or Inquiry system status or
switch on/off independent output relay.
The User can Arm/Disarm/Inquriysystem status/Switch on or off the
independent output relay by sending SMS to the Control unit. The SMS
Commands are below:
Notice:
The system will carry out the commands immediately (with no delay) after the
Control Unit receive this SMS command.
7.2.1 Armed
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xxxxAA
Example
“xxxx” stands for the password
(1-4 digits).
1234AA
Return SMS
When the Password is 1234
All Armed Mode activated.
7.2.2 Disarm
Example
xxxxBB
“xxxx” stands for the password
(1-4 digits).
1111BB
Return SMS
When the Password is 1111
System deactivated.
7.2.3 Switch On the independent output relay
xxxxCC
Example
“xxxx” stands for the password
(1-4 digits).
1111CC
Return SMS
When the Password is 1111
Output Relay Closed.
7.2.4 Switch OFF the independent output relay
xxxxDD
“xxxx” stands for the password
(1-4 digits).
Return SMS
Example
1111DD
When the Password is 1111
Output Relay Opened.
7.2.5 Inquiry System Status
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xxxxEE
“xxxx” stands for the password (1-4 digits).
Return SMS
Armed or At House or Disarmed
AC Power is Ok or AC Power is failed
GSM Value is 17 or other value
Output Relay is Closed or
Output Relay is opened
Notice:
The Output relay status in the Return SMS is the independent output relay status. It
is not the alarm link Output Relay Status.
8. Installation
Before installing the control unit and sensors and sirens, please help to test the system
firstly, including wireless sensor, power supply, gsm signal, etc.
Please ensure the wireless sensors and electricity appliances from the mainframe more
than 3~5m.
8.1 Insert SIM into Control Unit and install the GSM ANT.
In the backside of the control unit, please install the GSM SIM card
. The GSM ANT must be Vertical installation to ensure it in good
working condition.
8.2 Install the Wireless Magnetic door/window sensors
Magnetic door/window sensors signal the Control Unit when the two parts
separate by more than between 1.5 to 3.0cm.
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In some circumstances an Infrared beam fence is more appropriate than
magnetic sensors. i.e. veranda, picture window balcony, boundary wall
e.t.c.
Wireless glass break sensor can also be used (see below)
For a Scrolling Steel Door, a special Wireless Scroll Steel Door magnetic
sensor must be used due to interference of the wireless signal caused by
the steel door.
Installation: attach the larger half to the floor and attach (rivet or glue) the
smaller half to the scroll steel door. An alarm is triggered when the halves
are separated by more than three to 5.00 cm.
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Scroll Steel Door
8.3 Install the wireless PIR Motion Sensor
The PIR sensor will detect a person since human temperature is different to
ambient temperature. When triggered, the PIR will signal the Control Unit.
Apply the detection area illustration below when installing.
Wireless curtain sensor, detection area illustration below:
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8.4 Install the Wired Sensors and Electricity equipments
Please help to see below wiring diagram, then fixed the related wired
sensors, the sensors connect to the related digital inputs.
Tips!
1) Please setup the NC, NO, EOL type in the Menu correctly;
2) If you setup the Nodes type as NC(Default), and the sensor type must be NC.
Please see below diagram.
3) If you setup the input type as EOL, then please contact a 2.2K Resistor in series with
every inputs. Please see the below diagram.
4) If you setup the input type as NO, then please keep the two points of the inputs by
free, and the sensor type must be NO. Please see the below diagram.
5) The Unit built-in [email protected] rated relay. Please make sure the power cord rated
while you connect to equipment device. also, please make sure the power
consumption is less than 250W for long time working. If you need heavy equipment,
please connect an additional relay ;
6) The R1+ and R1- is for alarm-link output, when the system alarm, will close for 4
minutes, the rated output power is 700W. If you need heavily equipment, please
connect an additional relay .
7) The R2+ and R2- is the relay output for SMS Command, CC is close, DD is open,
EE is inquiry the status.
8) The +12VDC is for the Detectors, if the detectors need 12VDC power, then please
contact it to the +12VDC. The 12VDC power is from external power, not from backup
battery. So please note: When AC power failure, the +12VDC point will no power
supply.
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8.5 Install the Control Unit
In order to avoid destruction of the Control Unit by intruders, please install it
in a concealed location, convenient to the operator.
If applicable, ensure that an uninterruptible AC power outlet is available
near the Control Unit. First connect accessories to the Control Unit then the
AC adapter.
8.6 Install Siren
Connecting the Siren to the Control Unit and fix them in appropriate
locations. Tips!
The Siren should be at least 1.5meters away from the GSM SMS Controller unit, if
possible, more than 3meters is better.
8.7 Connecting the loudly siren to the Panel.
Please see below mentioned diagram. The siren rated is 12V, so if you
connect the siren to the motherboard, please ensure the panel powered on
with AC power, it cannot work with the internal backup battery. Otherwise
please contact external power to instead of the above mentioned diagram.)
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9. Add Wireless Sensors to the Control Unit
Notice:
1. Some wireless sensors must be coded by manual as below 9.1 step; some wireless
sensors needn’t coded by manual, because of we will use the learning code sensor.
The learning code wireless sensor you can omit the 9.1 step, can be learned to the
system directly, like the PIR-100B and DM-100A.
2. Please remember setup the PIR-100B to Test Mode while learning to the host, after
assigned to the mainframe, then please setup to USER Mode by change the Black
PIN Jumpers in the PIR-100B, please see the PIR-100B user manual.
The Wireless sensors in the package box are pre-coded prior to shipping.
The Max. Quantity of RF sensors is 16, if you need add more then you can
set the wireless sensor with the same jumper. Add additional wireless
sensors to the control units, please help to see below:
9.1 Prepare the RF Sensors of PT2262 IC Code
1) Prepare the RF sensors, Open the back cover of the Wireless sensor
carefully;
2) Locate the IC boards black jumpers, labeled A0-A7 and D0-D3.
3) Configured the A0~A7 and D0~D3 different from each wireless
sensors(Includes wireless door sensor, wireless smoke sensor, wireless
gas leakage sensor, wireless pir motion sensor and so on). If configured
the A0~A7 and D0~D3 are the same, the system will treat them as the
same one sensor.
4) Also, please check the Resistors value is 3.3M Ohm, there’re 3
Jumpers, 1.5M,3.3M, and 4.7M. if you select incorrect value, the
wireless distance usually very short or can not learn to the alarm panel.
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9.2 Enter the RF Sensor Adding Menu.(See 6.2.2.1 Add/Del RF Parts)
Select the Zone number, press Ok, finished it then press OK to select the
Normal Type Or Stay Type, then following the instruction: 1.Turn On the
Device, means trigger the RF sensor, the system will show a code, then
press Enter Key on the Keyboard. The system will ask you repeat the
operation, so please trigger RF sensor again, when you see the Code, then
press the Enter Button on the Keyboard, the system will display Saved OK.
It means the wireless sensor added to the system. Repeat this operation to
add other wireless sensors.
Notice:
a) One time can add only 1 wireless sensor;
b) The Name of the RF sensor can be modified by SMS commands. Please see 6.3.
9.3 Add Remote Controls to the Control unit:
Because of both of the unit and its remote controls are with learning code,
you can add the remote control to the unit directly following the 6.2.2.1
Add/Del RF Parts
a) Enter the Add/Del RF Parts menu;
b) Select 2. Edit Remote Ctrl, then press Enter button,
c) then following the instruction: 1.Turn On the Device, means trigger the
Remote Control, the system will show a code, then press Enter Key on
the Keyboard. The system will ask you repeat the operation, so please
trigger Remote Control again, when you see the Code, then press the
Enter Button on the Keyboard, the system will display Saved OK. It
means the Remote Control added to the system. Repeat this operation
to add other remote controls.
Notice:
1) VVVV means this serial position saved one remote control already; you can learn a
new remote control to replace it.
9.4 Delete all wireless sensors and remote controls.
Go back to the menu, then select the Remove All, select it then the
system will alert Are You Sure  Press Enter to remove all the RF Parts
of the system.
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10. Technical specifications of Control Unit
Rated Voltage: 9~12VDC 2A Standby current: 30-40mA
Siren Output Voltage: 12VDC
Working temperature: -10℃~+60℃; Storage temperature:-20℃~+60℃
Relative humidity:
10-90%, No condensation
Work frequency:
900/1800/1900MHz or 850/900/1800/1900MHz
Communication protocol: GSM PHASE 2/2+ (include data service)
Wireless sensor receiving frequency:
433.92 MHz
Wireless sensor permission quantity:
16Pcs
Wired Zones/ Remote Control permission quantity: 8Pcs/5Pcs
Effective distance wireless of remote control: 100 m
Battery: Built-in lithium-ion battery: [email protected]
Standby time Approx.18hours (depending on the network condition)
Size: 180mmX125mmX30mm (LXWXH); Net Weight: 0.36Kg
11. Important information
1) The Control unit will auto switch off when the backup battery voltage
less than 3.7V, before switching off, it will drive the buzzer to alert you
by sounds.
2) Please read the User Manual carefully before you install the Control
Unit and set the Control Unit.
3) The siren and relays will not work if the AC/DC power goes off,
because of both of them are working at 12V voltage.
4) Do not install the system in close vicinity with objects that generate
strong interference, such as TV set and computer.
5) Install the system in a hidden place.
6) Avoid getting water into the Control Unit.
7) Have a secure connection to the main power supply.
8) This product was designed for the indoor use.
9) More information will be available of them, we will not inform you again
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after we upgraded, please check with your dealers.
12. Maintenance
1) If the Control Unit works, while the remote control and other sensors fail,
please check and change the battery.
2) If the remote control works, but the Control Unit fails to send SMS texts,
switch the power of Control Unit off and switch it on after one minute .
Test this system after another minute, or check the settings are correct
and the GSM Signals are strong enough.
3) If the Control Unit can run and sensors work, but cannot send SMS
texts, please change SIM Card to check it.
4) If the problem cannot be solved, please contact the distributor.
13. Warranty
1) This system is warranted to be free of defects in material and
workmanship for one year from the date of purchase.
2) This warranty does not extend to any defect, malfunction or failure
caused by abuse or misuse by the Operating Instructions.
14.Trouble Shooting Guide
PROBLEM
CAUSE
POSSIBLE SOLUTION
GSM Module 1) Backup battery with
1) Please contact the AC Power;
initialization
low voltage;GSM
2) Please help to take the panel to a mobile
failed
Module connection
phone repairmen store, and then ask the
loose in transportation;
engineer to check the GSM Module
2) GSM Signal is too
weak.
socket and the GSM Module connection;
3) Please change another position to install
the alarm panel.
Automatically
Restart
1) Backup battery with
low voltage.
1) When the backup battery voltage is lower
than 3.7V, the panel will alert by buzzer
sounds. Please help to contact the AC
Power.
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Wireless
Sensor
transmission
short
1) Wireless sensor with
low voltage;
1) Please replace the battery of the wireless
sensor, usually once /year;
2) Wireless sensor used
PT2262 IC, and
2) Please correct the resistor value to 3.3M
Ohm of the PT2262 Wireless sensor;
incorrect Value;
3) Please pull out the wireless sensor
3) Haven’t pull out
antenna;
wireless antenna;
4) Electromagnetic
4) Please install the wireless sensors or
alarm panel away the electric
interference;
equipments;
5) The wireless receiver
in the panel with
5) Please contact your distributors or
manufacturer to replace it.
problem.
False Alarm
1) PIR Motion sensor
installation incorrect;
2) Used 24H zones or
1) Please see the PIR Motion sensor
installation user manual carefully;
2) Please check if any sensor assigned to
SOS Zones or
these special zones and made incorrect
Watchdog zone.
activated;
3) NC/NO/EOL is
3) Please check the detector NC/NO type
incorrect.
and NC/NO/EOL Correctly, and you’re
sure connect a 2.2K Resistor in series in
the un-use input ports.
Alarm without
1) GSM Operator
SMS/
communication
Alarm without
protocol;
Dial/
Alert/Auto dial
after send
Numbers.
command
2) Please help to see Page 15, the sample
of setup the telephone numbers;
2) Haven’t setup SMS
No action
SMS
1) Please setup the SMS Alert Numbers;
3) Please check the commands with CAPS
LOCK and correct format.
4) Also, please help to change another
3) Caps Lock letters in
GSM Operator SIMCard to test it.
the SMS Commands.
The End!
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