User manual - Elite Alarm Solutions LLP

User manual - Elite Alarm Solutions LLP
EPIR3
GSM Alarm System
Contents
Technical Specifications.............................................................................................................................. 5
1. QUICK START GUIDE................................................................................................................................ 7
1.1. How and where to fix the holder to the wall............................................................................................................7
1.2. Prepare the SIM card................................................................................................................................................... 8
1.3. How to insert the SIM card......................................................................................................................................... 8
1.4. Plug the power supply connector into the device.................................................................................................. 9
1.5. Place the device into the holder................................................................................................................................ 9
1.6. Insert the plug into the mains socket....................................................................................................................... 9
1.7. How to check the detector is working...................................................................................................................... 9
1.8. About the back-up battery and how to replace it ................................................................................................ 10
1.9. How to program EPIR3 system................................................................................................................................11
1.10.How to arm and disarm the system........................................................................................................................ 18
1.11.A 15 second delay allows you to leave the premises........................................................................................... 19
1.12.Receiving an alarm call.............................................................................................................................................. 19
1.13.In case of mains power failure................................................................................................................................. 19
1.14.Receiving an SMS text message when temperature exceeds the set values ................................................ 20
1.15.Additional capabilities.............................................................................................................................................. 20
2. HOW TO MANAGE THE WIRELESS DEVICES.......................................................................................... 20
2.1. How to bind a wireless device to the system........................................................................................................ 21
2.2. How to remove a wireless device from the system............................................................................................. 24
2.3. EKB3W wireless keypad overview.......................................................................................................................... 25
2.4. EWK1 and EWK2 wireless keyfob overview.......................................................................................................... 30
3. HOW TO PROGRAM THE SYSTEM USING YOUR MOBILE PHONE.......................................................... 32
4.TROUBLESHOOTING.............................................................................................................................. 43
5. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR ADVANCED USERS...........................................................................44
5.1. How to connect a wired siren or a LED indicator to the wired output..............................................................44
5.2. How to connect a sensor to the wired zone.......................................................................................................... 47
5.3. How to connect to the system remotely via GPRS connection.......................................................................... 51
5.3.3. Ending the configuration process.......................................................................................................................... 52
5.4. How to reset the system to default settings........................................................................................................ 53
5.5. How to upgrade the firmware locally via USB connection.................................................................................. 53
5.6. How to upgrade the firmware remotely via GPRS connection........................................................................... 53
5.7. Monitoring station..................................................................................................................................................... 54
5.8. Smart security............................................................................................................................................................ 54
6. Related products................................................................................................................................... 58
Copyright © “ELDES UAB”, 2014. All rights reserved.
It is forbidden to copy and distribute information in this document without advance written authorisation from
ELDES UAB. We reserve the right to update or modify this document and/or related products without warning. The
EPIR3 GSM Alarm System complies with the essential requirements and relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
The declaration of conformity may be viewed at www.eldes.lt
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Protecting your home and property with the EPIR3 alarm system
Where and how to use the alarm system
The EPIR3 is a convenient, easy to use, remote control security system for houses, cottages, country homes, garages and other buildings.
It uses an internal SIM card (not supplied by ELDES) and an infra red sensor, and communicates with your mobile
phone so you can:
• Protect your property while you are away from home
• Listen to what is happening in your property following a security alert
• Switch the system on or off from anywhere in the world at no cost
• Receive SMS text messages updating you on the system status
• Include up to ten users to receive system status messages and/or security alerts
• Receive SMS text messages updating you on the temperature of the surrounding area
In addition, the EPIR3 system has a built-in wireless module for system extension capabilities.The wireless mod­
ule easily allows you to bind ELDES-made wireless devices to the system. For more details, please, refer to section
3. HOW TO MANAGE THE WIRELESS DEVICES.
IMPORTANT Please read the user manual before operating the system. The user manual will show you how
to install and operate the EPIR3 alarm security system safely and easily. You’ll find a quick start guide in section
1 and 2. To learn how to take advantage of additional functions, see sections 3, 4, 5 and 7.
Technical Specifications
Supply voltage..........................................................11-15V
500mA max
Current used in idle state........................................up to 50mA
Back-up battery voltage, capacity........................8.4V; 250mAh
Back-up battery type..............................................Ni-Mh
GSM modem frequency...........................................850/900/1800/1900 Mhz
Dimensions...............................................................104x60x33mm
Operating temperature range...............................-10…+40 °C
Humidity....................................................................0-90% RH @ 0... +40 °C (non-condensing)
Back-up battery operating time............................up to 24 hours*
Detection angle........................................................90°
Maximum motion detection range........................10 metres
Wireless transmitter-receiver frequency............868 Mhz
Wireless communication range.............................up to 30m in premises; up to 150m in open areas
Maximum number of wireless devices.................16
Communications......................................................SMS, Voice Calls, GPRS Network
Supported protocols................................................Ademco Contact ID, EGR100, Kronos, Cortex SMS
BELL+: siren output commuted values................Current - 150mA max.; voltage - 15V (EPIR3 on external power
supply) / 7V (EPIR3 on back-up battery)
* - with Smart Security disabled; with wireless transmitter-receiver module disabled
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Components of the EPIR3 security system
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EPIR3 holder for fixing on the wall
Lens for movement detector and LED
Power supply socket to connect to mains electricity
Power supply transformer
Power supply connection lead
Reset button to restore default parameters
Holder to fix the unit in place
Mini-USB connector to allow programming via your
PC
9. Holder for SIM card
10. GSM module
11. Back-up battery in case of mains power supply
failure
12. Motion detector to sense possible intruders
13. TAMPER button to alert you if anyone interferes
with the unit
14. Microphone to allow you to listen in to an incident
using your mobile phone
15. Wired zone for wired sensor & output for siren or
indicator connection
16. Built-in GSM antenna
Connector
Description
BELL- / COM
Siren output negative terminal / output terminal / common return terminal
Z2
BELL+
Security zone terminal
Siren output positive terminal
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1.7-STEP START GUIDE
OVERVIEW
This section tells you how to install the EPIR3 system quickly by following the very basic instructions consisting of
only 7 steps. For step-by-step device programing using software, please refer to section 2. QUICK START GUIDE.
1. Remove the front cover of the
device.
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2. Open the SIM card holder by first
sliding the the cover to the right
then hinging it upwards. Then
insert the SIM card with disabled
PIN code request into the holder.
Ensure that gold contacts are
face down when SIM card cover
Pull
down
Press
is flipped back down and slide
and hold
the SIM card cover back to lock
SIM card in place. 3. Plug the power supply connector into the device and insert
the plug into the mains socket
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4. Wait for 1 minute for the device
to start up. Then using your
mobile phone dial the phone
number of the SIM card inserted
in the device and wait until
the phone call is automatically
rejected by the device. The
device will reply you with SMS
text message confirming that
your phone number has been
successfully stored in the device
memory
5. Using your mobile phone type
an SMS text message containing the following text: 0000
PSW ssss (replace ssss with
any 4-digit combination).. The
result should look something
like this: 0000 PSW 2583. Now
send this SMS text message to
your device’s phone number and
wait for a reply confirming
that
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the SMS password has
successfully changed.
6. Your system is now ready to be
armed and disarmed. Before
arming the system, ensure that
you are not standing in front of
the device.
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7. To arm your system dial the
device SIM card’s phone number
and wait until it rings three
times and then drops the call.
This means the system is now
successfully armed. To disarm
the system, dial the SIM card
and wait until it rings once and
then drops the call. The system
is now successfully disarmed. In
both cases be sure to wait until
the system automatically drops
your call. Again in both cases
the user will receive a short SMS
text message each time the
system is successfully armed or
disarmed.
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2.QUICK START GUIDE
OVERVIEW
This section tells you how to install the EPIR3 system quickly and easily and covers all the procedures required for
full system operation. The alarm system functions via the GSM network, so you will first need to purchase a SIM
card so you can ‘talk’ to and program your device via your mobile phone.
How to expand your system with additional wireless devices
Your EPIR3 system has a built-in wireless module providing expansion capabilities to your system by binding additional
ELDES wireless devices to it. However, the EPIR3 system can operate fully without any wireless devices
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bound to it.
This section does not cover the procedures for adding wireless devices to the system. If you intend to use the
wireless devices with your EPIR3 system, follow the instructions for setting up the EPIR3 in this section then refer
to section 3: HOW TO MANAGE THE WIRELESS DEVICES.
Step-by-step system installation
2.1. How and where to fix the holder to the wall
The system should be installed indoors, in stationary environment ONLY. Choose a location where unauthorised entry is most likely.
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To prevent false alarms, avoid installing the unit in the following locations:
• With the lens facing direct sunshine, for instance in front of windows
• Places with high temperature fluctuations, such as near fireplaces, boilers, ovens etc
• Anywhere with high dust or air flow
• In an area surrounded by metal or thick walls where the GSM connection may be lost
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After a suitable location for
your EPIR3 is chosen, fix the
holder to the wall using the
screws supplied.
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2.2. Prepare the SIM card
Place the SIM card in your
mobile phone and disable
the PIN code by following the
appropriate menus on your
mobile phone. This will help
ensure that when you install
the SIM card in the EPIR3 it
will operate correctly.
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IMPORTANT RECOMMENDATIONS
• We advise you to choose the same GSM SIM provider for your system as for your mobile phone. This will
ensure the fastest, most reliable SMS text message delivery service and phone call connection.
• For maximum system reliability we recommend you do NOT use a Pay As You Go SIM card. Otherwise, in
the event of insufficient credit balance on the SIM card, the system would fail to make a phone call or send
messages.
• We also recommend you to disable call forwarding, voice mail/text message reports on missed/
busy calls. Please contact your GSM provider for more details on these services and how to disable them.
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2.3. How to insert the SIM card
The SIM card must be prepared as described in section 2.2. Prepare the SIM card before being inserted into
the device.
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and
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To insert the SIM card, first remove the front cover of the device (containing the detector lens)
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Open the SIM card holder by first
sliding the the cover to the right
then hinging it upwards.
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Open the SIM card holder by first sliding the the cover to the right then
hinging it upwards.
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Then insert the SIM card into the holder. Insert SIM card so that gold contacts are face down when SIM card cover is flipped back down.
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Fit the front cover
For more information see the diagram of the EPIR3 and the description of components on page <4>.
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2.4. Plug the power supply
connector into the device
2.5. Place the device into the
holder
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2.7. Insert the plug into the
mains socket
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2.6. Slide the device down to
fix it
The system will start in 1 - 2 minutes. To test that the system is working, when the red LED is switched
off move your hand in front of the
EPIR3 lens. The system will detect
the motion and the LED will light up
for a few seconds.
2.8. How to check the detector
is working
If the LED indicator blinks fast (a few times a second), the SIM card may not be inserted properly or
the PIN code may not have been disabled.
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2.9. About the back-up battery and how to replace it
The back-up battery should last for at least two years. Its lifespan will largely depend on the surrounding temperature and the frequency of disruptions to the mains power. During mains failure the battery should power the
system for up to twenty-four hours.
How to replace the battery:
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1. Unplug the power supply from
the mains electricity socket.
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2. Slide the EPIR3 up.
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Press
andhold
hold
and
3. Unplug the power supply
connector.
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3. Remove the EPIR3 from its
holder.
Pull
Pull
down
down
4. Remove the front cover of the device (containing the detector lens)
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4. Gently push the plastic battery
holder to the right side and hold
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5. Pull up the battery
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8. Replace the battery with the
type specified in the technical
specifications.
2.10. How to program EPIR3 system
Before you continue, you need to program your EPIR system. We recommend that you program the EPIR system
using your PC and ELDES Configuration Tool software as it’s the quickest, easiest way and offers more options for
your system, such as flexible SMS text message management.
NOTE
If you wish to program the EPIR3 system by SMS text message, please refer to section 4. HOW TO PROGRAM THE SYSTEM USING YOUR MOBILE PHONE. If not, please proceed to section 2.9.1 Download ELDES
Con-figuration Tool software
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2.10.1. Download ELDES Configuration Tool software.
Visit www.eldes.lt , you will find a link to the Configuration Tool under the menu option
Downloads & Support → Drivers & Software → Eldes CT Eldes Configuration Tool
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Once you are at Configuration Tool section,
left-click on the ELDES Configuration Tool
v3.x.xx (setup.exe).
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In the newly popped-up window left-click
on the Save button.
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Specify a location for setup file and left-click on the Save button.
We recommend placing the file on your desktop.
2.10.2.install ELDES Configuration Tool software.
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Double left-click on the
downloaded setup file to
run it.
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In the newly popped-up window leftclick on the Next button to continue.
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In the next window left-click on the
Next button to continue.
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In the following window left-click on
the Next button to continue.
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In the next window left-click on the
Next button to continue.
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In the following window left-click
on the Install button to begin the
installation process.
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Wait for the installation progress
to complete and do not click on any
button.
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After the successful installation,
the following window will pop-up.
Left-click on the Finish button in order
to end the installation and launch
ELDES Configuration Tool software
after-wards.
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NOTE: You do not have to repeat the installation process the next time when you want to run ELDES Configuration Tool software again.
2.10.3.Connect EPIR3 to your PC via the USB cable
IMPORTANT: Before connecting EPIR3 to your PC via the USB cable, first ensure the EPIR3 is powered up.
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miniUSB
connector
into EPIR3.
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Plug the USB
connector
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2.10.4.Run ELDES Configuration Tool software.
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Run the software anytime you
want by double left-clicking on the
ELDES ConfigTool shortcut located
on the desktop.
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On successful first-time connection, a
Welcome to first-time configuration of
EPIR3 window will show up. Left-click on
the Run Quick Start guide button and follow
the step-by-step instructions to program
the EPIR3 system. After completing all
steps, your system will be ready for use.
2.11. How to arm and disarm the system
To arm your system dial the SIM card and wait until it rings three times and then drops the call. This means the
system is now successfully armed.
To disarm the system, dial the SIM card and wait until it rings once and then drops the call. The system is now
successfully disarmed.
In both cases be sure to wait until the system automatically drops your call. Again in both cases the user will receive a short SMS text message each time the system is successfully armed or disarmed.
IMPORTANT: Dialing the SIM card is free of charge as the system drops your call in both cases.
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Before arming the system it is necessary to close all doors and windows in the secured area and move yourself
away from the movement detection field.
Alternatively, you can arm/disarm your EPIR3 system by sending an SMS text message (see section 4. HOW TO
PRO­GRAM THE SYSTEM USING YOUR MOBILE PHONE) as well as using a wireless keypad EKB3W (see section 3.3.3. How to arm the system by EKB3W and 3.3.4. How to disarm & turn off alarm by EKB3W) or a
wireless keyfob EWK1/EWK2 (see section 3.4.1. How to arm the system by EWK1 or EWK2 and 3.4.2 How
to disarm & turn off alarm by EWK1 or EWK2).
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Don’t stand in
movement sensor
detection zone
Close all
doors
Close all
windows
Close all
doors
2.12. A 15 second delay allows you to leave the premises
When you arm the system via your phone, a keyfob or a keypad, the system will give you a 15 second delay before
it activates, giving you time to leaving the premises. You can change the time delay at any time (see ELDES Configuration Tool software’s Help section).
The red LED on the detector lens will start to blink, indicating the time delay is in operation and you must leave
room. The red light will go off after 15 seconds when the system will be armed.
2.13. Receiving an alarm call
When the detector is armed and motion is detected in the room, the system will send a SMS text message to User
1 and then ring the user until the call is answered. If the call is not answered after several rings (predetermined
by your mobile phone operator) the system will hang up. If the call is not picked up by User 1, the system will ring
all the pre-programmed numbers in order of priority starting with User 2 until a user picks up or the call expires.
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If the first user is “busy” or “out of radio coverage”, the system will also ring the next pre-programmed number.
When a call is answered, the system will activate the remote microphone so you can listen to what is happening
in the building.
You can also program the system to send an SMS text message to all users (see ELDES Configuration Tool software’s Help section).
2.14. In case of mains power failure
The system will automatically switch to the back–up battery supply in case of mains power failure. At this time
you will receive an SMS text message warning message after 2 minutes. When the mains power has been restored you will also receive an SMS text message after 2 minutes. Likewise the system will warn you by when
the back-up battery is getting low, just before the system is switched off.
2.15. Receiving an SMS text message when temperature exceeds the set values
The system comes equipped with a feature intended for temperature measurement in the surrounding area.
This feature allows to monitor the temperature and receive a notification by SMS text message, identified as the
Temperature Info SMS, to user phone number when the set temperature MIN or MAX boundaries are exceeded.
For this purpose you may use the system’s built-in temperature sensor or one of the temperature sensors incorporated in the wireless device (if any). The following wireless devices contain a built-in temperature sensor:
ATTENTION: The supported temperature range is -10... +40 °C.
• EWP1 - wireless PIR sensors (motion detectors);
• EWS1 & EWS3 - internal sirens;
• EWS2 - external sirens;
• EWF1 – wireless smoke detectors;
• EW2 - wireless zone and PGM output expansion module;
• EW2B - battery-powered wireless zone and PGM output expansion module.
By default, temperature measurement feature is disabled. To enable it, please refer to ELDES Configuration Tool
software. To set the MIN and MAX temperature boundaries, please refer to section 4. HOW TO PROGRAM THE
SYSTEM USING YOUR MOBILE PHONE or ELDES Configuration Tool software.
2.16. Additional capabilities
You can also use your mobile to request information about the system, the power supply and the network quality. Plus you can listen in to what’s happening in the secured location through a remote microphone. See section
3 for more details.
EPIR3 system comes equipped with built-in wireless module allowing to enhance your security system with
the addition ELDES wireless PIRs (Passive Infrared Sensors), sirens, magnetic door and window sensors or
expansion modules. See section 3. HOW TO MANAGE THE WIRELESS DEVICES for more details.
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3.HOW TO MANAGE THE WIRELESS DEVICES
IMPORTANT: Before you continue, first follow the entire section 2. QUICK START GUIDE and prepare the
system for use as described.
OVERVIEW
Your EPIR3 has a built-in wireless module. This section tells you how to bind and remove a wireless device using
your PC and ELDES Configuration Tool as well as briefly describing every available wireless device which can operate together with your EPIR3 system.
It is possible to connect up to 16 wireless devices to the EPIR3 system. This includes the following:
• EWP1 - wireless PIR sensors (motion detectors);
• EWD1 - magnetic door contacts;
• EWD2 - magnetic door contacts/shock sensors/water sensors
• EWS1 & EWS3 - internal sirens;
• EWS2 - external sirens;
• EWK1 & EWK2 - wireless keyfobs to arm and disarm the system without using a mobile phone;
• EKB3W – wireless keypads to arm,disarm and configure the system without using a mobilephone;
• EWF1 – wireless smoke detectors;
• EW2 - wireless zone and PGM output expansion module;
• EW2B - battery-powered wireless zone and PGM output expansion module.
• EW2 - wireless expansion module
• EWR2 - wireless signal repeater
You can also attach more devices which are not part of the ELDES wireless range by using expansion module EW1
with 2 inputs and 2 programmable outputs
Main features of built-in wireless module:
• Up to 16 ELDES wireless devices per one EPIR3 unit;
• Two-way wireless communication;
• Supervised communication link with configurable self-test period;
• Maximum wireless connection range is 150 meters in open areas, within a building wireless range will be up
to 30m, depending on building construction.
The wireless devices can operate at a range of up to 30 meters from the alarm system unit while inside the building and at up to 150 meters range in open areas. The wireless connection is two-way and operates in one of four
available channels at 868 Mhz non-licensed frequency range. The communication link between the wireless device and the alarm system is constantly supervised by a configurable self-test period, identified as Test Time.
For more details on how to install the wireless devices, please go to www.eldes.lt/download then choose EPIR3
product and WIRELESS MANUAL.
When the wireless device is switched ON, it will initiate the data transmission to the system within its wireless
connection range. In order to optimize battery power saving of the wireless device, the data transmission periods
vary by itself while the device is switched ON, but still unbound. The data transmission period from the system
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to wireless devices when the alarm system is switched OFF or if the wireless device is unbound or removed is as
follows:
• EKB3W, EW2, EWP1, EWS1, EWS2, EWS3, EWF1: First 360 attempts after the device startup (reset) - every
10 seconds.
• The rest of attempts - every 1 minute.
• EWD1, EWD2: First 360 attempts after the device startup (reset) - every 10 seconds.
• The rest of attempts - every 2 minutes.
Once the wireless device is bound, it will attempt to exchange data with EPIR3 system. Due to battery saving
reasons, all ELDES wireless devices operate in sleep mode. The data exchange will occur instantly if the wireless
device is triggered (zone alarm or tamper alarm) or pe­riodically when the wireless device wakes up to transmit
the supervision signal, identified as Test Time, to the system as well as to accept the queued up command (if any)
from the system. Example: The alarm occurred at 09:15:25 and the system queued up the command for EWS2
siren to start sounding. By default, Test Time value of EWS2 siren is 7 seconds, therefore EWS2 siren will sound
at 09:15:32.
By default, the Test Time period is as follows:
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EKB3W, EWD1: every 60 seconds.
EW2, EWP1, EWF1, EWD2: every 30 seconds.
EW2B: every 20 seconds.
EWS1, EWS2, EWS3: every 7 seconds.
To set a different Test Time value, please refer to ELDES Configuration Tool software.
NOTE: Test Time affects the wireless device binding process due to the alarm system listening for the incoming
data from the wireless device. The system binds the wireless device only when the first data packet is received.
NOTE FOR EKB3W: In comparison with other ELDES wireless devices, EKB3W keypad features some exceptions
regarding the wireless communication. For more details on EKB3W keypad wireless communication and back-light
timeout, please refer to section 3.3.1. Sleep mode, how to wake up EKB3W and view system alarms or
faults.
3.1. How to bind a wireless device to the system
IMPORTANT: Before you continue, first ensure the EPIR3 is powered up and connected to
your PC via the USB cable.
1. Turn on the wireless device by following the instructions provided in the user manual of the wireless device.
2. Run ELDES Configuration Tool software and left-click on the USB CONNECTION / Open Configuration button.
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3. Open Wireless Device Management section and click on the Turn ON button in order to activate the system’s
wireless transmitter-receiver..
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By default, this section uses a list view to show ELDES wireless devices visible to EPIR3 within its wireless signal range
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4. List view: Left-click on the Add button located next to the unbound wireless device icon (red stripe above the icon).
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Alternatively, you can switch to radar view by clicking on the Radar View button.
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Unbound devices are indicated by a device icon with a red stripe above the icon. Once the device is bound, the
stripe turns to green:
Wireless device
bound to alarm system (green stripe
above the icon).
Wireless device
not bound to alarm
system (red stripe
above the icon).
The wireless devices are automatically arranged according to the strength of their wireless signal, expressed in
percentage terms.
Radar view: Left-click (highlight) on the unbound wireless device icon (red stripe above the icon) to select it and
click on the Add button afterwards.
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7. After the successful wireless device binding process, the stripe above the wireless device icon will turn green.
In addition, the following information related to the bound wireless device will appear:
Device Type – Wireless device model and connection with alarm system status:
• CONNECTED – Wireless device is bound to alarm system;
• NOT CONNECTED – Wireless device is not bound to alarm system.
Temperature – Temperature of the area surrounding the wireless device. The temperature is measured by builtin temperature sensor (if any).
Battery Level – Battery status of the wireless device:
• 0% - Battery is empty;
• 100% - Battery is full.
Signal Level – Wireless connection signal strength:
• 0% - No wireless signal;
• 100% - Wireless signal is perfect.
Test Time - The time period intended to test the wireless device battery status, signal strength and temperature
of the area surrounding the wireless device. For more details regarding Test Time, please refer to section 3. HOW
TO MANAGE THE WIRELESS DEVICES.
How to remove a wireless device from the system
IMPORTANT: Before you continue, first ensure the EPIR3 is powered up and connected to your PC via the
USB cable.
1.Run ELDES Configuration Tool software and left-click on the USB CONNECTION / Open Configuration button.
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3. List view: Left-click on the Remove button located next to the bound wireless device icon (green stripe above the icon).
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Radar view: Left-click (highlight) on the bound wireless device icon (green stripe above the icon) to select it and
click on the Remove button afterwards.
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4. After the successful wireless device removal process, the stripe above the wireless device icon will turn red.
ATTENTION: In order to correctly remove the wireless device from the system, the user must restore the parameters of the wireless device to default afterwards. If this action is not carried out, the wireless device and the
system will attempt to exchange data to keep the wireless connection alive. This leads to fast battery power drain
on the battery-powered wireless device.
3.2. EKB3W wireless keypad overview
ATTENTION: The EKB3W commands provided in this user manual are intended for basic control of the EPIR3
system. For complete configuration and control using EKB3W, please refer to section 4.HOW TO PROGRAM
THE SYSTEM USING EKB3W WIRELESS KEYPAD.
EKB3W is a wireless LED keypad intended for using with EPIR3 alarm system.
LED Functionality
ARMED
Steady ON - Alarm system is armed / exit delay in
progress; flashing - Configuration mode activated
READY
Steady ON - System is ready – no violated zones and
tampers
SYSTEM
Steady ON - System faults; flashing - violated
high-numbered zones
BYPS
Steady ON - Zone bypass mode
1-12
Steady ON - Violated zone / flashing - violated
tamper
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[BYPS]
Zone bypass mode
[CODE]
System fault list / violated high-numbered zone indication / violated high-numbered tamper
indication
[*]
Clear typed in characters
[#]
Confirm (enter) command
[0] ... [9]
Command typing
[STAY]
Manual system arming in Stay mode
[INST]
1st character for Configuration mode activation/deactivation command
The green LED READY indicates that no zones or tampers are violated and the system is ready for arming. LED
SYSTEM lights up or flashes in case of zone violation or if system faults are present. The alarm system cannot be
armed until the fault is corrected or violated zone (-s) is restored, bypassed or set up to operate under Force mode.
The system can still be armed even when the following faults are present:
• backup battery problem;
• main power supply failure;
• date & time not set;
• GSM connection problem.
Audio Indication
The built-in buzzer uses two types of sound signals – three short beeps and one long beep. Three short beeps stand
for successfully carried out configuration command, one long beep – for inva­lid configuration command. In addition,
the buzzer will continuously provide short beeps for 10 seconds (by default) in case of alarm when the violated zone
or tamper is of the associated EKB3W keypad.
Visual Indication
EKB3W keys have a back-light and in case of alarm the keypad back-light turns on and lasts for 10 seconds (by
default) if the violated zone or tamper is of the associated EKB3W keypad. For battery power saving reasons the
back-light and LED light lasts for 10 seconds after the last key-stroke. However, this duration is configurable.
3.2.1.Sleep mode, how to wake up EKB3W and view system alarms or faults
Once EKB3W is bound, it will attempt to exchange data with the system. The communication process follows this
pattern:
Sleep mode. Due to battery power saving reasons, most of the time EKB3W keypad operates in sleep mode and
periodically (by default – every 60 seconds) transmits the supervision signal, identified as Test Time, to the EPIR3
system. When the keypad operates in the sleep mode, only the transmitter remains operational, while the receiver
as well as the the LED indicators and the back-light are switched OFF. However, when the keypad transmits the
supervision signal to the system, it will NOT activate its buzzer and/or the LED indicators.
How to wake up EKB3W and view system alarms, faults. When any EKB3W key is pressed, the keypad LED
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indicators and the back-light will activate for a set up period of time (by default - 10 seconds), identified as Backlight Timeout. During the Back-light Timeout, the Test Time will automatically switch to 2 seconds period allowing
to indicate system alarms, faults and arm/disarm process on the EKB3W keypad. The Back-light timeout will expire
after 10 seconds (by default) of EKB3W idling resulting in return to sleep mode. Meanwhile:
a) if a zone or tamper, which is of the associated EKB3W keypad, is violated, EKB3W will instantly wake up and
initiate the Back-light Timeout. Meanwhile the keypad buzzer will emit short beeps and the LED indicators
will light ON indicating the violated zone or tamper number.
b) if a zone or tamper, which is not of the associated EKB3W keypad, is violated, EKB3W keypad will NOT wake
up and will NOT initiate the Back-light Timeout as well as the buzzer will NOT emit short beeps and the LED
indicators will NOT light ON.
To configure Back-light Timeout and Test Time parameters, please refer to ELDES Configuration Tool software.
NOTE: Even when Back-light Timeout has expired, the character will be considered as typed in once the appropriate EKB3W key is pressed, therefore we recommend using the [*] key to wake up the keypad. However, if another
character is typed in and you wish to cancel it, please press the [*] key or wait for 10 seconds until the keypad
buzzer will provide a long beep indicating that the typed in characters have been cancelled.
NOTE: To have exit and entry delay indication on the keypad, we highly recommend installing EKB3W near the
designated entrance/exit door and using EKB3W zone for wired magnetic door contact connection.
3.2.2. How to configure and control the system by EKB3W
The system configuration and control by EKB3W keypad is carried out by entering a valid configuration command
using the number keys [0]... [9], [#] key for confirmation and [*] key to clear the characters that have been entered. Alternatively, the user can wait for 10 seconds until the keypad buzzer will provide a long beep indicating
that the entered characters have been cleared. When typing in the characters, the indication of each pressed
key is provided by short beep of keypad buzzer. Additionally, the red indicators light up when the number keys
[0]... [9] are being pressed. Some commands require [BYPS], [CODE] and [STAY] keys as well. The structure of a
standard configuration command is a combination of digits. The variables are provided in lower-case letters, while
a valid parameter value range is provided in brackets.
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3.2.3. How to arm the system by EKB3W
1. To arm the system, enter any out of 10 available 4-digit user codes using the number keys:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Enter user code:
uuuu
Value: uuuu – 4-digit user code
Example: 1111
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2. The system will initiate the exit delay countdown (by default – 15 seconds) intended for user to leave the
secured area. The countdown is indicated by short beeps provided by the mini- buzzer built in to the keypad
(if fitted).
3. After the system is successfully armed, the keypad‘s LED indicator ARMED will light up and the system will
reply with confirmation by SMS text message to User 1 phone number (by default).
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3.2.4. How to disarm & turn off alarm by EKB3W
1. The system will initiate the entry delay countdown (by default – 15 seconds) after the user has entered the
secured area. Entry delay countdown is intended for user to enter a valid user code and disarm the system
before the alarm is caused.
2. To disarm the system or turn off the alarm, enter any out of 10 available 4-digit user codes using the number
keys:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Enter user code:
uuuu
Value: uuuu – 4-digit user code
Example: 1111
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3. After the system is successfully disarmed, LED indicator ARMED will light off and the system will reply with
confirmation by SMS text message to User 1 phone number (by default).
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3.2.5. About STAY mode and how to activate it by EKB3W
Stay mode allows the user to arm and disarm the alarm system without leaving the secured area. If the zones
with Stay attribute enabled are violated when the system is Stay-armed, no alarm will be caused. Typically, this
feature is used when arming the system at home before going to bed.
The system can be Stay-armed under the following conditions:
• Automatic - If any zone with Stay attribute enabled and exit delay type zones are not violated during exit delay
countdown the system will arm in Stay mode automatically. The system Stay mode can be activated only using
EKB3W - wireless keypad.
•Manual - The system will skip exit delay countdown and instantly arm in Stay mode when using EKB3W keypad
and ELDES Smart Security cloud - based server.
1. Arm the system in Stay mode manually by entering the following combination using [STAY] and number keys:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Press the [STAY] key & enter user code:
STAY uuuu
Value: uuuu - 4-digit user code
Example: STAY1111
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2. After the system is successfully Stay-armed, the keypad’s LED indicator ARMED will light up and the system
will reply with confirmation by SMS text message to User 1 phone number (by default).
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For more details on how to disarm & turn off the alarm by EKB3W keypad, please refer to section 3.3.4. How to disarm
& turn off alarm by EKB3W.
3.2.6. Alarm indications & how to view violated zones / tampers by EKB3W
EKB3W keys have a LED back-light, which will be activated once any key is pressed. Due to battery power saving
reasons, the back-light and LED light last for 10 seconds after the last key-stroke.
The violated zone number is indicated by illuminated zone indicator or flashing indicator SYSTEM (if the violated zone number is above 12). The violated tamper number is indicated by flashing zone indicator or illuminated
indicator SYSTEM (if the violated tamper number is above 12). In both cases. the mini-buzzer can be silenced by
disarming the system using any method.
For more details on EKB3W violated high-number zone & tamper number indication, please refer to section 3.3.8.
Fault messages.
The built-in buzzer uses two types of sound signals – three short beeps and one long beep. Three short beeps
stand for successfully carried out configuration command, one long beep – for invalid configuration command. The
buzzer emits short beeps during exit delay. Due to battery saving reasons the buzzer will beep during entry delay
and in case of alarm only if the violated zone is of the associated EKB3W keypad.
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3.2.7. How to bypass a violated zone & activate a bypassed zone by EKB3W
Arming the system is disabled while there’s at least 1 violated zone. Bypassing the zone allows to temporally disable a particular violated zone and arm the alarm system afterwards.
Bypass a violated zone by entering the following combination using [BYPS], number and [#] keys:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Press the [BYPS] key, enter zone number & user code:
BYPS nn uuuu#
Value: nn – zone number, range – [01... 34]; uuuu – 4-digit
user code
Example: BYPS051111#
To activate a bypassed zone, enter the same combination again.
NOTE: The alternative way to activate all bypassed zones at once is to disarm the system.
NOTE: Zones can only be bypassed when the system is not armed.
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3.2.8. Fault messages
Yellow LED SYSTEM indicates a system fault. SYSTEM LED indications are mentioned in the table below.
SYSTEM LED
Illuminated continously
Flashing
Description
One ore more high-numbered tampers (Z13-Z34) are violated; other system fault
One or more high-numbered zones (Z13 - Z34) are violated
In order to find out more about the particular system problem, please enter command A provided below. After
this procedure the system will activate red zone LEDs for 15 seconds. The description on each LED indication is
mentioned in the table below.
Zone LED
1
2
3
4
5
6
Description
One or more high-numbered above 12 tampers are violated.
Backup battery problem.
Main power supply problem.
Date/time not set.
One or more high-numbered zones are violated.
GSM connection problem.
In order to find out which particular high-number zone is violated, please enter command B.
In order to find out which particular high-number tamper is violated, please enter command C.
A. System fault indication - enter command:
[CODE#]
B. Violated high-number zone indication – enter command:
[CODE1]
C. Violated high-number tamper indication – enter command:
[CODE2]
EKB3W indicates up to 12 zones on the keypad, in this section you can learn how to identify higher- numbered zones
(Z13-Z34). The number of the violated high-numbered zone or tamper can be calculated using the table below
according to the formula: number from zone LED section B + number from zone LED section A.
Example: LED #3 from section A is flashing and LED #8 from section B is illuminated continuously. According to
the table below LED #8 is equal to number 18, therefore 18 + 3 = 21.
Result: Violated high-number zone or tamper number is 21.
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Zone LED section - B
(illuminated continously)
Zone LED 7 = 12
Zone LED 8 = 18
Zone LED 9 = 24
Zone LED 10 = 30
Zone LED section - A (flashing)
Zone LED 1 = 1
Zone LED 2 = 2
Zone LED 3 = 3
Zone LED 4 = 4
Zone LED 5 = 5
Zone LED 6 = 6
3.3. EWK1 and EWK2 wireless keyfob overview
EWK1/EWK2 is a wireless keyfob intended for using with EPIR3 alarm system. EWK1/EWK2 keyfob features four
configurable buttons intended to operate according to individual needs. After the button is pressed, EWK1/EWK2
internal buzzer’s sound signal (and red indicator; on EWK2 only) confirms a successfully carried out command. The
status of the sent command can be checked by attempting to receive the feedback signal from the alarm system.
This can be performed by pressing down the same button and holding it for 3 seconds. 3 short sound signals indicate a successfully carried out command while 1 long beep stands for failed command and feedback signal failure.
By default one pair of buttons is already configured to arm and disarm the alarm system.
3.3.1.How to arm the system by EWK1 or EWK2
1. To arm the system, press 1 of 4 keyfob buttons set to arm the system (by default, EWK1 –
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2. The system will initiate the exit delay countdown (by default – 15 seconds) intended for user to leave the
secured area.
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3.3.2. How to disarm & turn off alarm by EWK1 or EWK2
1. The system will initiate the entry delay countdown (by default – 15 seconds) after the user has entered the
secured area. Entry delay countdown is intended for user to disarm the system before the alarm is caused.
2. To disarm the system, press 1 of 4 keyfob buttons set to disarm the system (by default, EWK1 ).
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3. After the system is successfully disarmed, it will reply with confirmation by SMS message to User 1 phone
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4.HOW TO PROGRAM THE SYSTEM USING YOUR MOBILE PHONE
NOTE: The system supports a flexible SMS text message management replies.
In order to configure and control the EPIR3 system using SMS text message, send the text command to the phone
number of EPIR3 from one of the pre-programmed user numbers.
ESSENTIAL INFORMATION FOR PROGRAMING VIA YOUR MOBILE PHONE
• The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when following instructions and typing an SMS text message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
• Similarly, ‘XXXX’ means password.
• Make sure you don’t leave any spaces at the beginning or end of the message.
• If you receive the message “wrong syntax” please check your message and try again.
Function
Set the SMS
language
Change
the SMS
password
Command
LL
0000_PSW_XXXX
Main Settings
Value Range / Comment
LL = CZ; EN; EE; FI; FR; DE; GR; IS; LV; LT; RU;
SK; ES
Choose your preferred lan­guage for the
device before you change the pre-set pass­
word. Use the code shown in the table on
page 43 to set your device to your preferred
language. Then send the code via SMS text
message to the SIM card inserted in your
EPIR3 alarm system.
XXXX = [0001... 9999]
Example
LT
0000_PSW_1111
All SMS text message commands start with
a password, so be sure to change the default
password to a memorable number. It must be
a four digit number – anything except four
zeros. Non-numerical characters such as
dots, colons and spaces are not allowed.
NOTE: The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when typing an SMS text
message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
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Add or
change
a single
user phone
number
Command
XXXX_NRn:
+441700XXXX111
or XXXX_NRn:
00441700XXXX111
or XXXX_
NRn:01700XXXX111
Main Settings
Value Range / Comment
NRn = [NR1... NR10]
The EPIR3 alarm system allows you to enter up
to ten different mobile numbers to gain access
to and control the system. User 1 number is
mandatory - all the others can be skipped.
Example
1111_
NR1:+44321XXXX4
All numbers must be entered in one of the
following formats:
•
International (with plus) – The phone
numbers starting with plus and an
international country code in the following
format: +[international code][area
code] [local number], example for UK:
+441709XXXX111.
•
International (with 00) – The phone
numbers starting with 00 and an international country code in the following
format: 00[international code][area
code][local number], example for UK:
00441709XXXX111.
•
Local – The phone numbers starting with
an area code in the following format: [area
code][local number], example for UK:
01700XXXX111.
Add or
XXXX_
Enter numbers based on priority, because
change
NR1:441700XXXX111_
in case of alert, the system will attempt to
multiple
NR2:00441700XXXX112_ contact the first number entered before the
user phone NR3:0111XXXX3_
second and so on.
numbers
NR4:0111XXXX4_
NR5:0044111XXXX5_
NR10:XXXX_
+44111XXXX0
Verify added XXXX_HELPNR
The system will send you a text by return,
user phone
with all pre-programmed numbers.
numbers
1111_
NR1:+4432XXXX341_
NR4: 0321XXXX52
1111_HELPNR
NOTE: The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when typing an SMS text
message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
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Function
Delete a
single user
phone
number
Delete
multiple
user phone
numbers
Set date &
time
Command
XXXX_NRn:DEL
Arm the
system
Disarm the
system
Change the
exit delay
timer
XXXX_ARM
Disable the
exit delay
timer
XXXX_
EXITDELAY:0
Main Settings
Value Range / Comment
NRn = [NR1... NR10]
XXXX_NR2:DEL_
NR3:DEL_NR4:DEL_
NR5:DEL NR10:DEL
XXXX_MMMM.mn.dd_
hh:mi
XXXX_DISARM
XXXX_
EXITDELAY:YY
Example
1111_NR2:DEL
1111_NR3:DEL_
NR4:DEL_NR5:DEL
MMMM = year; mn = month, [01... 12]; dd
= day, [01... 31]; hh = hour, [00... 23]; mi =
minutes, [00... 59]
The system will send you a text confirmation
by return.
The system will send you a text confirmation
by return.
YY = [0... 600]
value is in seconds
1111_2012.05.25_
14:15
1111_ARM
1111_DISARM
1111_EXITDELAY:20
When you exit your protected building, having
just armed the system, you have to leave
within a specified time to avoid activating the
alarm. (The manufacturer pre-set default is
15 seconds.) During this time the detector will
ignore any motion. This period is called the exit
delay. By default, while the time-out is running,
the LED will blink once a second.
1111_EXITDELAY:0
NOTE: A combination of different phone number formats is allowed to use.
NOTE: The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when typing an SMS text
message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
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Function
Edit zone alarm
text
Disable a zone
Enable a zone
Change the entry
delay timer
Disable the entry
delay timer
Check your
system and zone
status
Command
XXXX_Zn:
NewTextHere
XXXX_Zn:OFF
XXXX_Zn:ON
XXXX_
ENTRYDELAY:n,YY
Zone Settings
Value Range / Comment
Zn = [Z1... Z34]
Zn = [Z1... Z34]
Zn = [Z1... Z34]
n = [Z1... Z34],
YY = [0... 65535]
value is in seconds
Example
1111_Z1:
Motion_detected
1111_Z5:OFF
1111_Z7:ON
1111_ ENTRYDELAY:1,25
When you enter your protected building, you
have to disarm the system within a specified
time to avoid activating the alarm (manufacturer
pre-set default is 15 seconds). During this time
the detector will ignore any motion. This period
is called entry delay. By default, while the timeout is running, the LED will bling once a second.
XXXX_
Zn = [Z1... Z34]
1111_
ENTRYDELAY:Zn,0
ENTRYDELAY:Z5,0
XXXX_STATUS
The system will reply to the user who sent the
1111_STATUS
SMS text message, with the following up-todate
information:
• system status (armed/disarmed);
• status of zones & PGM outputs (ON/OFF);
• zone alarm texts;
• PGM output names.
Function
Rename PGM output
Turn ON PGM output /
set PGM output startup
status to ON
PGM Output Settings**
Command
Value Range / Comment
XXXX_Cn:
Cn = [C1... C32]
NewNameHere
XXXX_Cn:
Cn = [C1... C32]
ON or XXXX_OutputName:ON
Example
1111_C2:Pump
1111_Pump:ON
NOTE: The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when typing an SMS text
message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
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Turn OFF PGM output /
set PGM output startup
status to OFF
Turn ON PGM
output for a specified
time period
Turn OFF PGM
output for a specified
time period
PGM Output Settings**
XXXX_Cn:
Cn = [C1... C32]
OFF or XXXX_OutputName:OFF
XXXX_Cn:ON:
HH.MM.SS or XXXX_
OutputName:ON:HH.MM.SS
XXXX_Cn:
OFF:HH.MM.SS or
XXXX_OutputName:
OFF:HH.MM.SS
1111_C3:OFF
Cn = [C1... C32]; HH = hour,
[00... 23]; MM = minutes,
[00... 59]; SS = seconds,
[00... 59]
Cn = [C1... C32]; HH = hour,
[00... 23]; MM = minutes,
[00... 59]; SS = seconds,
[00... 59]
1111_C3:ON:
13.23.48
1111_Pump:OFF:
15.20.01
**- The EPIR3 system supports wireless PGM outputs allowing connection and control of various electrical appliances: water pumps, heating, lighting, blinds etc. The maximum number of PGM wireless outputs which can be
connected to the EPIR3 system is 32.
Function
Change system
alarm duration
Command
XXXX_SIREN:T
Check system
alarm duration
XXXX_SIREN
Function
Check the status
of your system
Command
XXXX_INFO
Alarm Duration Settings
Value Range / Comment
T = [0... 5]
vale is in minutes
The system will reply to the user who sent
the SMS text message, with the current
alarm duration set
System Status Information
Value Range / Comment
The system will reply to the user who sent the SMS
text message, with the following up-to-date
information:
• system date & time;
• system status (armed/disarmed);
• GSM signal strength level;
• main power supply status;
• state of zones (OK/alarm).
Example
1111_SIREN:4
1111_SIREN
Example
1111_INFO
NOTE: The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when typing an SMS text
message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
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Command
Set the periodic
XXXX_INsystem status
FO:FF.TT
SMS text message
System Status Information
Value Range / Comment
Example
FF = frequency in days, [01... 10]; TT = time, [01... 23] 1111_INFO:02.10
By default, this status SMS text message will be sent
This status SMS text
daily at 11:00am.
message will be
sent every 2nd day
at 10:00am.
Disable periodic
XXXX_
system status SMS INFO:00.00
text message
Function
Command
Disable ring from XXXX_
the system in case CALLS:OFF
of alarm
Enable ring from
the system in case
of alarm
Disable SMS text
message from the
system in case of
alarm
Enable SMS text
message from the
system in case of
alarm
1111_INFO:00.00
Alarm Notification Settings
Value Range / Comment
By default the system makes a phone call to the
User 1 number in the event of an alarm. You may
wish to configure the system so that a phone call is
NOT made when an alarm occurs (you may prefer to
receive only SMS notifications).
XXXX_
CALLS:ON
XXXX_
SMS:OFF
XXXX_
SMS:ON
Example
1111_CALLS:OFF
1111_CALLS:ON
The system sends an SMS text message to the User
1 number in the event of an alarm. You may wish
to configure the system to cease sending these
messages when alarm occurs.
1111_SMS:OFF
1111_SMS:ON
NOTE: The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when typing an SMS text
message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
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Function
Enable SMS to all
users simultaneously in case of
alarm
Command
XXXX_
SMSALL:ON
Disable SMS text
message to all
users simultaneously in case of
alarm
XXXX_
SMSALL:OFF
Alarm Notification Settings
Value Range / Comment
Example
By default, in case of alarm the system sends an SMS 1111_SMSALL:ON
message to User 1. If the system does not receive a
successful SMS message delivery confirmation in 20
seconds from the recipient, the SMS message is sent
to User 2, and if there is still no delivery confirmation
received, to Users 3, 4 and 5, but the sequence will
stop as soon as a delivery confirmation is received.
You may wish to configure the system to send these
messages to all pre-programmed user numbers
simultaneously when alarm occurs.
1111_SMSALL:OFF
External Power Supply & Backup Battery Status Notification Settings
Function
Command
Value Range / Comment
Example
Disable SMS text XXXX_M:OFF The EPIR3 will let you know when the mains 230V
1111_M:OFF
message regardpower supply fails or recovers. In some remote placing the external
es where the mains power supply is unreliable, you
power supply
may wish to configure the system to ignore these
changes. This command applies to User 1 only.
Enable SMS text
XXXX_M:ON
1111_M:ON
message regarding the external
power supply
Disable SMS text XXXX_BAThe system checks the backup battery resistance
1111_
message regard- TREPORT:
every 10 days. If the backup battery is disconnected BATREPORT:OFF
ing the battery
OFF
or needs to be replaced (if more than 2,5Ω resistance
replacement
is detected), the system sends an SMS message
to User 1. You may wish to configure the system to
ignore these changes.
Enable SMS text
XXXX_BA1111_
message regard- TREPORT:
BATREPORT:ON
ing the battery
ON
replacement
NOTE: The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when typing an SMS text
message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
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Set temperature
MIN and MAX
values
Check the
temperature
XXXX_TEMP
Temperature Notification Settings
Command
Value Range / Comment
Example
XXXX_TEMP:
MIN = minimum temperature boundary, [-10... 1111_TEMP:MIN:MAX
40] C; MAX = maximum temperature boundary, 10:30
[-10... 40] C.
The system will reply to the user who sent the
1111_TEMP
SMS text message, with the temperature value
measured by the pre-selected (using ELDES
Configuration Tool software) temperature sensor.
System Control from Any Phone Number Settings
Function
Command
Value Range / Comment
Unblock unknown XXXX_STR:ON By default, the EPIR3 alarm system can only be
incoming numaccessed from each of up to ten mobile phones that
bers
you program into it..
Example
1111_STR:ON
To allow access from any phone number you need to
enable the current feature, which will allow all password holders to access the system.
Block unknown
XXXX_STR:OFF
incoming numbers
1111_STR:OFF
Remote Listening
Function
Command
Value Range / Comment
Example
Hear what is
XXXX_MIC You can listen in to what is happening at your protected
1111_MIC
happening in your
property whenever you want by sending
property
this SMS text message. The system will make a phone call to
you and enable the microphone in EPIR3. You must answer
the call within 20 seconds to listen in to what is happening
in your property. If you do not pick up, the system will stop
trying and will return to its previous state.
NOTE: If there is an alarm the system will automatically
make a call so that you can listen to what is happening in the
property. In this case, the system will try the pre-programmed numbers in order until its call is answered. The
phone call in the event of alarm will be made UNLESS „Disable ring from the system in case of alarm“ has been selected,
see „alarm notification settings“ above.
NOTE: The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when typing an SMS text
message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
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Function
Command
Value Range / Comment
Example
Change the
XXXX_LEVEL:YY
YY = [20... 99]
1111_LEVEL:35
sensitivity level of
The greater the value, the lower the sensitivity
the detector
level of the detector.
The EPIR3 device is pre-set by the manufacturer at the optimal detector sensitivity level.
However, in some cases, for instance where the
system is installed in windy premises, the air
flow can cause false alarms. In this case you can
reduce the sensitivity level.
Check the sensiXXXX_LEVEL
1111_LEVEL
tivity level of the
detector
Function
Disable wireless
module
Enable wireless
module
Bind a wireless
device to the
system
Remove a wireless device from
the system
Replace a wireless
device by another
wireless device of
the same model
Command
XXXX_RF:OFF
Verify free wireless channels
Wireless Device Management
Value Range / Comment
The system disables the built-in wireless
module
XXXX_RF:ON
Example
1111_RF:OFF
1111_RF:ON
XXXX_SET:YYYYYYYY
YYYYYYYY = 8-character wireless device 1111_
ID code
SET:5261841A
XXXX_DEL:YYYYYYYY
YYYYYYYY = 8-character wireless device 1111_
ID code
DEL:5261841A
1111_REP:YYYYYY
<ZZZZZZZZ
YYYYYYYY = old 8-character wireless
1111_
device ID code; ZZZZZZZZ = new 8-char- REP:5261841A
acter wireless device ID code
<41286652
XXXX_STATUS_FREE
The system will send you a text by return, 1111_STATUS_FREE
with the number of available free wireless channels.
NOTE: The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when typing an SMS text
message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
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Function
Get wireless device information
Command
XXXX_RFINFO:Zn
or XXXX_RFINFO:
YYYYYYYY
Verify wireless
device operation
status
XXXX_TEST:Zn
Get wireless device temperature
XXXX_TEMP:Zn
Function
Verify SMS text
message central
number
Wireless Device Management
Value Range / Comment
Zn = [Z3... Z34]
The system will send you a text by return,
with the following information:
• wireless device battery level;
• wireless signal level;
• Test Time value
• firmware version.
Zn = [Z3... Z34]
The system will send you a text by
return indicating if a wireless device is
operational.
Zn = [Z3... Z34]
The system will send you a text by return
indicating temperature value measured
by a built-in temperature sensor (if any)
of a specified wireless device.
Example
1111_
RFINFO:5261841A
1111_TEST:Z6
1111_TEMP:Z9
SMS text message Central Number Settings
Command
Value Range / Comment
Example
XXXX_
The text/SMS central number is normally
1111_SMS_
SMS_+4411111111 already saved in the SIM by your mobile phone +4425568111
network provider. However if you fail to receive
SMS text messages from the EPIR3, you will
have to enter it yourself having first got it from
your mobile phone provider.
If you continue to have problems communicating with the SIM card you installed into EPIR3,
try using a SIM card from a different mobile
telephone operator.
Function
Get Smart
Security ID code
Command
XXXX_SMART_ID
Smart Security
Value Range / Comment
The system will send you
a text by return, with the multi-character code
required by Smart Security feature.
Example
1111_SMART_ID
NOTE: The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when typing an SMS text
message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
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Function
Command
Value Range / Comment
Example
Restart system
remotely
XXXX_RESET
In some critical situations it
might be necessary to restart
the system, for instance after
changing the GPRS settings.
1111_RESET
Function
Command
Value Range / Comment
Enable MS
Mode
XXXX_SCNSET:ON
The system can be configured to 1111_SCNSET:ON
report events to the monitoring
station by transmitting data
messages to the monitoring
station. The system connects to
the monitoring station when the
MS (Monitoring Station) mode
is enabled.
Disable MS
Mode
XXXX_SCNSET:OFF
Set server IP
address
XXXX_SETGPRS:IP:add.
add.add.add
Monitoring Station Settings
Example
1111_SCNSET:OFF
ADD.ADD.ADD.ADD = server IP
address.
1111_
SETGPRS:IP:65.82.110.15
Public IP address of the machine
running EGR100 or Kronos
monitoring station software.
Set server port
number
XXXX_
SETGPRS:PORT:port
port = port number, 1... 65535].
1111_SETGPRS:PORT:5521
Forwarded port of the machine
running EGR100 or Kronos
monitoring station software.
NOTE: The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when typing an SMS text
message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
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Function
Command
Value Range / Comment
Example
Select protocol
XXXX_
SETGPRS:PROTOCOL:PPP
PPP = protocol, [TCP... UDP]
1111_
SETGPRS:PROTOCOL:UDP
XXXX_
SETGPRS:APN:ACCPN
ACCPN = access-point-name.
XXXX_
SETGPRS:USER:USR
USR = user name.
XXXX_
SETGPRS:PSW:PASS
PASS = password
XXXX_SETGPRS?
The system will reply you with
server IP address, port, protocol
and GPRS parameter values.
Set APN
Set user name
Set password
View server
IP address,
port, protocol
and GPRS
parameters
TCP or UDP protocol. UDP
is highly recommended for
EGR100 data format.
1111_SETGPRS:APN:internet
Access-point-name of GPRS
parameters provided by the GSM
operator.
1111_SETGPRS:USER:int-user
User name of GPRS parameters
provided by the GSM operator.
Depending on the GSM operator,
only APN might be required to
set up.
1111_SETGPRS:PSW:int-pass
Password of GPRS parameters
provided by the GSM operator.
Depending on the GSM operator,
only APN might be required to
set up.
1111_SETGPRS?
NOTE: The underscore symbol ‘_’ in these instructions represents a space. So when typing an SMS text
message, replace the underscore symbol with a single space.
Choose your preferred language for the device before you change the pre-set password. Use the code shown in
the table below to set your device to your preferred language. Then send the code via SMS text message to the
SIM card inserted in your EPIR3 alarm system.
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LANGUAGE
Czech
English
Estonian
Finnish
French
German
Greek
Icelandic
Latvian
Lithuanian
Russian
Slovak
Spanish
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CZ
EN
EE
FI
FR
DE
GR
IS
LV
LT
RU
SK
ES
IMPORTANT: To change the language once the system has
already been configured you need to reset the device to the
default settings. To do this press the reset button (located inside
the upper half of the device), wait until the LED indicator blinks 5
times, then disconnect the power supply.
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5.HOW TO PROGRAM THE SYSTEM USING EKB3W WIRELESS KEYPAD
In order to configure and control the EPIR3 system using EKB3W wireless keypad, please refer to the following
information first.
ESSENTIAL INFORMATION FOR PROGRAMING VIA EKB3W WIRELESS KEYPAD
• Before configuring the system using EKB3W wireless keypad, the Configuration mode must be activated by
entering [INST]adminpassword# command. By default the command is [INST]1470#.
• To deactivate Configuration mode, enter the aforementioned command again.
• If you entered unnecessary characters by mistake, press [*] key to clear the characters that have been
entered. Alternatively, you can wait for 10 seconds until the keypad buzzer will provide a long beep indicating
that the entered characters have been cleared.
The following table provides a list of EKB3W wireless keypad indications, which are relevant during Configuration
mode.
Indication
Description
Indicator ARMED flashing
Configuration mode activated successfully.
Indicator SYSTEM flashing
Valid parameter is entered and waiting for valid value to be enetered.
1 long beep
Non-existing command or invalid parameter value entered.
3 short beeps
Command entered successfully.
NOTE: The system can be configured using only one keypad at a time. Other connected keypads will be
inactive while the Configuration mode is activated.
NOTE: Configuration mode will automatically deactivate if 1 minute after the last key-stroke expires.
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EKB3W command
Activate/deactivate Configuration mode
INSTaaaa#
Change SMS
language
350#
Value
Range
Main Settings
351#
352#
353#
354#
355#
356#
357#
358#
359#
3510#
3511#
3512#
Change SMS
password
14xxxx#
xxxx
0001 - 9999
Set user code
15yyxxxx#
yy
01 - 10
xxxx
0000 - 9999
yyyy
0000 - 9999
xxxx
0000 - 9999
Replace user
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Example
4-digit administrator password
INST1470#
Main Settings
Lithuanian
3511#
Russian
English
Estonian
Latvian
Icelandic
Greek
German
Finnish
French
Spanish
Slovak
Czech
new 4-digit SMS password
default password = 0000 must be changed!
142258#
user code slot
15025562#
new 4-digit user code
default User Code 1 = 1111 recommended to change
existing 4-digit user code
6355623281#
new 4-digit user code
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EKB3W command
Activate/deactivate Configuration mode
INSTaaaa#
Value
Range
Delete user
code
65xxxx#
xxxx
0000 - 9999
Change
administrator
password
16aaaa#
aaaa
0000 - 9999
Set user phone
number
17xxyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy#
xx
01 -10
Set security
guard phone
number
55yyyyyyyyyyyyyyy#
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
Set system date
and time
66YYYYMMDDhrmn#
YYYYM
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
Disable control
from any phone
number
120#
Enable control
from any phone
number
121#
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Example
4-digit administrator password
INST1470#
existing 4-digit user code
653281#
new 4-digit administrator password
161508#
default password = 1470 recommended to change
user phone number slot
17004417091111111#
user phone number, 15 digits max.; supported format:
• International (with 00) – Example for UK: 00441709111XXXX.
• Local – Example for UK: 01709111XXXX.
security guard phone number, 15 digits max.; supported format:
• International (with 00) – Example for UK: 00441709111XXXX.
• Local – Example for UK: 01709111XXXX.
55017091111111#
year
66201408231625#
month
day
hours
minutes
system arming/disarming and configuration by a non-preset phone number
is denied
120#
system arming/disarming and configuration by a non-preset phone number
providing a valid SMS password is permited
121#
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Function
EKB3W command
Activate/deactivate Configuration mode
INSTaaaa#
Set entry delay
54xxyyyyy#
Set exit delay
72xxx#
Disable zone
Value
Range
Zone Settings
xx
01 - 34
yyyyy
0 - 65535
xxx
0 - 600
52xx0#
xx
01 - 34
Enable zone
52xx1#
xx
01 - 34
Bypass violated
zone
(must be entered
without activating Configuration
mode in advance)
BYPSxxyyyy#
xx
01 - 34
yyyy
0000 - 9999
Activate byppased zone
(must be entered
without activating Configuration
mode in advance)
BYPSxxyyyy#
xx
01 - 34
yyyy
0000 - 9999
Set zone type
53xx1#
xx
01 - 34
53xx2#
53xx3#
53xx4#
53xx5#
53xx6#
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Comment
Example
4-digit administrator password
INST1470#
Zone Settings
zone number
540245#
entry delay in seconds
exit delay in seconds
7258#
zone number
52380#
zone number
52121#
zone number
BYPS093281#
4-digit user code
zone number
BYPS093281#
4-digit user code
Interior Follower
53053#
Instant
24-Hour
Delay
Fire
Panic/Silent
zone number
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EKB3W command
Activate/deactivate Configuration mode
INSTaaaa#
Value
Range
Enable STAY
attribute for
individual zone
56xx1#
xx
01 - 34
Disable STAY
attribute for
individual zone
56xx0#
xx
01 - 34
Manual system
arming in STAY
mode
(must be entered
without activating Configuration
mode in advance)
STAYxxxx
xxxx
Turn ON PGM
output/set PGM
output startup
state as ON
61xx1#
xx
01 - 32
Turn OFF PGM
output/set PGM
output startup
state as OFF
61xx0#
xx
01 - 32
Set alarm
duration
10xx#
Disable Bell
Squawk
290#
STAY Mode Settings
PGM Output Settings
Siren/Alarm Settings
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Example
4-digit administrator password
INST1470#
STAY Mode Settings
zone number
56031#
zone number
56270#
4-digit user code
STAY3281#
PGM Output Settings
PGM output number
61201#
PGM output number
61250#
Siren/Alarm Settings
alarm duration in minutes
1005#
disable system arm/disarm indication by siren sound
290#
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Function
EKB3W command
Activate/deactivate Configuration mode
INSTaaaa#
Enable Bell
Squawk
291#
Disable siren
activation in
case of wireless
signal loss with
wireless device
760#
Enable siren
activation in
case of wireless
signal loss with
wireless device
761#
Disable periodic
INFO SMS
110000#
Set periodic
INFO SMS
11xxyy#
Disable call in
case of alarm
300#
Enable call in
case of alarm
301#
Disable SMS in
case of alarm
310#
Value
Range
Notification Settings
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Example
4-digit administrator password
INST1470#
enable 2 short siren beeps when the system is armed; 1 long siren beep when
the system is disarmed
291#
stem will not activate siren if it loses wireless signal with a wireless device
760#
system will activate siren if it loses wireless signal with a wireless device
761#
Notification Settings
disable INFO SMS
set time (hours = xx) for periodic INFO SMS delivery or period in hours (if the
period = yy in days is set to 0)
110315#
system will not call any preset user phone number in case of alarm
300#
system will call all the preset user phone numbers in case of alarm starting
with User 1. if the call is not answered or user is unavailable, the system will
move to the next preset user phone number until the call is answered or
rejected
301#
system will not send SMS text message to any preset user phone number in
case of zone/tamper alarm
310#
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EKB3W command
Activate/deactivate Configuration mode
INSTaaaa#
Value
Range
Enable SMS in
case of alarm
311#
Disable call in
case of alarm
for individual
user phone
number
28xx0#
xx
1 - 10
Enable call in
case of alarm
for individual
user phone
number
28xx1#
xx
1 - 10
Disable simultaneous SMS
delivery in case
of alarm
210#
Enable simultaneous SMS
delivery in case
of alarm
211#
Disable SMS in
case of alarm to
Security Guard
390#
Enable SMS in
case of alarm to
Security Guard
391#
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Comment
Example
4-digit administrator password
INST1470#
system will send SMS text message to all preset user phone numbers in case
of zone/tamper alarm starting with User 1. if the SMS text message is not
delivered (SMS delivery report not received) within 20 seconds, the system
will move to the next preset user phone number until the SMS text message
is delivered
311#
user phone number slot
28030#
user phone number slot
28041#
system will not send SMS text messages to all preset user phone numbers
simultaneously in case of zone/tamper alarm
210#
system will send SMS text messages to all preset user phone numbers
simultaneously in case of zone/tamper alarm regardless of SMS text message
delivery status
211#
system will not send SMS text message to preset Security Guard phone number in case of zone/tamper
390#
system will send SMS text message to preset Security Guard phone number in
case of zone/tamper
391#
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Function
EKB3W command
Activate/deactivate Configuration mode
INSTaaaa#
Value
Range
Disable arm/
disarm SMS for
individual user
phone number
75xx0#
xx
1 - 10
Enable arm/
disarm SMS for
individual user
phone number
75xx1#
xx
1 - 10
Disable simultaneous SMS delivery regarding
arm/disarm
220#
Enable simultaneous SMS delivery regarding
arm/disarm
221#
Disable SMS
regarding arm/
disarm to Security Guard
500#
Enable SMS in
case of alarm to
Security Guard
501#
Disable SMS
regarding mains
power supply
loss/restore
130#
Enable SMS
regarding mains
power supply
loss/restore
131#
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Comment
Example
4-digit administrator password
INST1470#
user phone number slot
75060#
user phone number slot
75101#
system will not send SMS text message to all preset user phone numbers
simultaneously regarding system arm/disarm
220#
system will send SMS text message to all preset user phone numbers simultaneously regarding system arm/disarm regardless of SMS text message
delivery status
221#
system will not send SMS text message to preset Security Guard phone number regarding system arm/disarm
500#
system will send SMS text message to preset Security Guard phone number
regarding system arm/disarm
501#
system will not send SMS text message to any preset user phone number
regarding mains power supply loss/restore
130#
system will send SMS text message to all preset user phone numbers
regarding mains power supply loss/restore starting with User 1. if the SMS
text message is not delivered (SMS delivery report not received) within 20
seconds, the system will move to the next preset user phone number until the
SMS text message is delivered
131#
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Function
EKB3W command
Activate/deactivate Configuration mode
INSTaaaa#
Value
Range
Disable SMS in
case of back-up
battery fault
190#
Enable SMS in
case of back-up
battery fault
191#
Disable SMS
delivery report
for all system
notifications
380#
Enable SMS
delivery report
for all system
notifications
381#
Set PIR detector
sensitivity level
79xx#
Set microphone
gain for remote
listening
64xx#
xx
00 - 15
Set speaker
level
67xxx#
xx
00 - 100
Enable MS mode
231#
Disable MS
mode
230#
Detector Sensitivity Level Settings
xx
20 - 99
GSM Audio Settings
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Example
4-digit administrator password
INST1470#
system will not send SMS text message to any preset user phone number in
case of back-up battery fault
190#
system will send SMS text message to all preset user phone numbers in case
of back-up battery fault starting with User 1. if the SMS text message is not
delivered (SMS delivery report not received) within 20 seconds, the system
will move to the next preset user phone number until the SMS text message
is delivered
191#
disable SMS delivery report to verify the SMS delivery to user phone number
status
380#
the system waits for the GSM provider to confirm the successful SMS text message delivery. in case of no SMS delivery report within 20 seconds, the system
sends an SMS text message to the next preset user phone number
381#
Detector Sensitivity Level Settings
higher value = lower sensitivity level
7960#
GSM Audio Settings
adjust built-in microphone sensitivity level
6410#
speaker level
6725#
Monitoring Station Settings
allow data message delivery to the monitoring station
231#
disallow data message delivery to the monitoring station
230#
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EKB3W command
Activate/deactivate Configuration mode
INSTaaaa#
Set Account
number
27cccc#
Disable data
message
24010#
Value
Range
cccc
0000 - 9999
24020#
24030#
24040#
24050#
24060#
24070#
24080#
24090#
24100#
24110#
24120#
24130#
24140#
24150#
24160#
24170#
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Comment
Example
4-digit administrator password
INST1470#
4-digit number required to identify the alarm system unit by the monitoring
station.
275614#
burglary alarm/restore
24070#
mains power supply loss/restore
armed/disarmed by user
test event
battery fault
tamper alarm/restore
silent alarm/restore
system started
24-hour alarm/restore
fire alarm/restore
low battery
temperature risen
temperature fallen
wireless signal loss/restore
armed/disarmed in STAY mode
system shut down
armed/disarmed automatically
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EKB3W command
Activate/deactivate Configuration mode
INSTaaaa#
Enable data
message
24011#
Value
Range
24021#
24031#
24041#
24051#
24061#
24071#
24081#
24091#
24101#
24111#
24121#
24131#
24141#
24151#
24161#
24171#
Set primary
connnection
480#
481#
482#
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Comment
Example
4-digit administrator password
INST1470#
armed/disarmed by user
24051#
test event
battery fault
tamper alarm/restore
silent alarm/restore
system started
24-hour alarm/restore
fire alarm/restore
low battery
temperature risen
temperature fallen
wireless signal loss/restore
armed/disarmed in STAY mode
system shut down
armed/disarmed automatically
armed/disarmed by user
test event
GPRS network
481#
Voice calls
SMS
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Function
EKB3W command
Activate/deactivate Configuration mode
INSTaaaa#
Set backup
connections
83bb0#
Value
Range
83bb1#
83bb2#
83bb3#
bb
01 - 02
Set delay after
last communication attempt
69xxxxx#
xxxxx
0 - 65535
Set server IP
address
40xxxxxxxxxxxx#
xxxxxxxxxxxx
Set server port
number
44xxxxx#
xxxxx
Set DNS1
41xxxxxxxxxxxx#
xxxxxxxxxxxx
Set DNS2
42xxxxxxxxxxxx#
xxxxxxxxxxxx
Select protocol
430#
0 - 65535
431#
Set number of
GPRS attempts
68xxx#
xxx
01 - 255
Set test period
46xxxxx#
xxxxx
0 - 65535
Set Unit ID
47xxxx#
xxxx
0000 - 9999
Set monitoring
station phone
number
26 xx
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyy#
xx
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
01 - 03
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Example
4-digit administrator password
INST1470#
GPRS network
83020#
Voice calls
SMS
not in use
backup connecton slot
period in seconds
69100#
server IP address excluding dots
40085222120085#
sever port number
44250#
DNS1 IP address
40085222120081#
DNS2 IP address
40085222120082#
TCP
431#
UDP
number of data transmission attempts via GPRS network in case the intitial
attempt was unsuccessful
6825#
ping period via GPRS network in seconds
46260#
4-digit number required to identify the alarm system unit by EGR100 middleware (communication via GPRS network)
475563#
monitoring station phone number slot for communicaiton via Voice Calls
2602004417091111111#
monitoring station phone number, 15 digits max.; supported format:
• International (with 00) – Example for UK: 004417091111111.
• Local – Example for UK: 017091111111.
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EKB3W command
Activate/deactivate Configuration mode
INSTaaaa#
Set number
of Voice Calls
attempts
37xx#
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Range
xxx
01 - 10
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Example
4-digit administrator password
INST1470#
number of data transmission attempts via Voice Calls in case the intitial
attempt was unsuccessful
3706#
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6. TROUBLESHOOTING
Fault
Lens indicator OFF
•
•
•
Indicator is blinking once a second •
•
•
System does not send any SMS •
text messages and/or does not •
ring
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•
Possible reason
No mains 230V power
Power supply connector is unplugged
Signal too weak or out of coverage
SIM card is missing
PIN code hasn’t been disabled
SIM card is not active
SIM card account is depleted
Incorrect SIM central number
No network signal
User number is not programmed in (or call was made from an unprogrammed number and access from such numbers has been disabled)
SMS text message received: “In- •
correct Format”
•
•
•
Wrong syntax
Space is in wrong place in text/SMS message
Manufacturer default password has not been changed
The NR1 user has not been programmed in
Your existing EPIR3 does not
recognise an ELDES wireless
device
EITHER
• Wireless mode is disabled. Please refer to ELDES Configuration Tool software to enable it.
Some users are not getting
arm-disarm and/or alarm notifications.
OR
• Wireless device battery is out of energy or the device is not switched ON.
• If you normally configure your EPIR3 by SMS text message, you should be
aware that there are some user options which can be set when using the
Configuration Tool but not when using configuration by SMS. Review system settings using the Configuration Tool and you will see a fuller picture
of settings for individual users.
If you cannot find the answer to your problem above, please contact your local distributor.
More up to date information about your device and other ELDES products can be found at www.eldes.lt
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7. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR ADVANCED USERS
OVERVIEW
This section contains the wired zone and output wiring diagrams and other system features, such as zone, tamper, PGM output, siren operation, monitoring station operational description and settings, remote configuration
via GPRS network connection and firmware upgrade procedure.
In this section you will meet the following icons indicating configuration and control of a certain feature supported
by the EPIR3 system:
Please, refer to section 4. HOW TO PROGRAM THE SYSTEM USING YOUR MOBILE PHONE.
Please, refer to section 5. HOW TO PROGRAM THE SYSTEM USING EKB3W WIRELESS KEYPAD.
Please, refer to ELDES Configuration Tool software and its HELP section.
7.1. How to connect a wired siren or a LED indicator to the wired output
The output can be set to operate either as a siren output leading the connected wired siren activation in case of
alarm or for showing the following system conditions by a connected LED indicator:
• NO SIM Inserted - SIM card not present. The LED indicator will flash if the SIM card is not present in the
EPIR3.
• SIM PIN Enabled - PIN code left enabled. The LED indicator will flash with pauses if the PIN code is not
disabled on the SIM card that is inserted in the EPIR3.
• GSM Operator Error - GSM connection error. The LED indicator will flash with pauses in case of this error.
• Exit/Entry Delay - Exit and entry delay time-out. The LED indicator will flash during countdown of exit
and entry delay time-out.
• Zone Z1 Violated - Zone Z1 violation. When PIR detector’s zone Z1 is violated, the LED indicator will illuminate and turn OFF when the detector’s zone Z1 is restored.
• Alarm - System alarm. The LED indicator will turn ON in case of alarm and turn OFF when the alarm ends.
• System Armed - System armed or disarmed. LED indicator will be illuminated once the system is armed
and turned OFF once the system is disarmed.
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3. Connect BELL wire (usually – red) of the wired bell/siren to BELL+ terminal, while the GND (usually - black)
wire to BELL - / COM terminal.
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BELL
BELL+
GND
Z2
BELL- / COM
The wired siren/bell, connected to the
wired output, must be piezo type and
powered from +7... +11V. The current
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6. Set the Output Mode as Siren under Management section in the ELDES Configuration Tool software.
NOTE: No additional power supply is required for the siren/bell.
NOTE: For a more convenient installation, we recommend using EWS1, EWS2 and EWS3 wireless sirens.
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1. Remove the terminal block from the slot.
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2. Loosen the screws of the terminals using a flathead screwdriver.
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3. Connect LED indicator’s anode lead (longer) to any of 1 kΩ nominal resistor lead and to the BELL+ terminal,
while the cathode lead (shorter) to BELL - / COM terminal.
resistor 1 kΩ
BELL+
Z2
BELL- / COM
LED
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5. Under Management → Settings section in ELDES Configuration Tool software, set the Output Mode as
Indicator and under the Output Indication column, enable the check-box (-es) corresponding to the desired
system conditions, e. g. System Armed check-box.
NOTE: The resistor and the LED indicator are NOT supplied with the EPIR3 system and are NOT mandatory to
use. Please, obtain these components from your local store if desired.
7.2. How to connect a sensor to the wired zone
EPIR3 system comes equipped with the wired zone, therefore you may wish to connect a wired sensor to your
system.
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3. Connect the 5.6 kΩ nominal resistor, supplied with your EPIR3 system, across BELL- / COM and Z2 terminal in
parallel to the connected wires of the detection device.
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BELL- / COM
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Z
COM
Magnet
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3. Connect the COM (usually - green) wire to BELL - / COM terminal.
4. Connect the Z wire (usually – yellow) of the wired detection device to any terminal of the 5.6 kΩ nominal
resistor (supplied with your EPIR3 system), while the other resistor terminal - to Z2 terminal.
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resistor 5,6 kΩ
Magnet
Z
BELL+
Z2
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7. Set Zone Status of Z2 to Enabled under Zones/On Board section in ELDES Configuration Tool software.
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7.3. Automatic system arming/disarming
The system comes equipped with automatic arm/disarm based on the assigned scheduler (-s). When one
or more schedulers are assigned, the system will automatically arm/disarm on the specified weekdays
and time set up in the scheduler. The system allows to assign up to 8 different schedulers. Each scheduler
includes the following parameters:
• Action:
• Arm system
• Disarm system
• Sch. No – Determines scheduler number assigned to a certain action.
• Status – Determines scheduler status (enabled/disabled).
• Hour – Determines the point in time when the scheduler is to take effect in hours.
• Minutes – Determines the point in time when the scheduler is to cease to take effect in minutes.
• Mo/Tu/We/Th/Fr/Sa/Su – Determines day (-s) in the week when the scheduler is to be valid.
7.4. Zones
Detection devices such as motion detectors and door contacts are connected to the alarm system’s zone
terminals. Once connected, the associated zone’s parameters must be configured.
EPIR3 comes equipped with 1 wireless zone and 1 on-board zone. For more details regarding zone expansion,
please refer to section 7.4.2. Zone expansion.
EPIR3 zones are classified by 3 categories:
Zone category
Description
Max. number of
Max. number of
zones per device zones in total
On-board zones
Built-in wired zones of EPIR3 alarm system.
2
Wireless zones
Non-physical zones automatically created by 2*
connected wireless devices.
32**
Virtual zones
Non-physical zones intended for Panic button 32***
feature (alarm activation upon pressing the
button) on EWK1/EWK2 wireless keyfob. Virtual
zones can be manually created using ELDES
Configuration Tool software.
32***
2*
* - Depends on the connected wireless device.
** - Available only if no virtual zones are present.
*** - Available only if no wireless zones are present.
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7.4.1. Zone numbering
The zone numbers ranging from Z1 through Z2 are permanently reserved for on-board zones. The Z3-Z34 zone
numbers are automatically assigned to the created virtual zones and the wireless devices connected to the
system in the chronological order.
7.4.2. Zone expansion
For additional detection device connection, the number of zones can be expanded by:
• binding wireless devices (see section 3. HOW TO MANAGE THE WIRELESS DEVICES).
• creating virtual zones (see ELDES Configuration Tool software’s Help section).
The maximum supported number of zones is 34.
7.4.3. Zone type definitions
• Interior Follower – If the zone is violated it will cause an instant alarm followed by single notification
delivery even if the zone has been violated multiple times or another Interior Follower-type zone has
been violated while alarm period (by default - 1 minute) is in progress. Typically, this zone is used for
indoor protection devices, such as motion detectors, installed close to the exit/entry doors.
• Instant – The alarm is instantly caused if this zone is violated. After each alarm notification will be
sent to user. This zone type is usually used for windows or other zones, and shock detectors.
• 24-Hour – When the system is either armed or disarmed, the zone will cause instant alarm if
violated. Normally, this type of zone is used for securing the areas that require constant supervisory.
• Delay – This zone type can be violated during exit and entry delay without causing an alarm. If the
zone is violated when the system is armed, it will initiate entry delay countdown intended for the
user to disarm the system. If the zone is left violated after the exit delay expires, it will cause an
instant alarm.
NOTE: If one more zone with Stay-enabled attribute exist and the Delay-type zone is not violated
and restored during exit delay, the system will be armed in Stay mode (see section 3.3.5. About STAY
mode and how to activate it by EKB3W). Typically, this zone type is used for door contacts installed at
designated exit/entry doors.
• Fire – If this zone type is violated when the system is either armed or disarmed, the alarm will be
instantly caused and the siren will emit pulsating sound. Typically, this zone type is used for flame
and smoke detectors.
• Panic/Silent – This zone operates the same as 24-Hour zone type, but the system will not activate
the siren and keypad buzzer if violated. Normally, this zone type used for panic alarm buttons.
NOTE: The system will NOT activate siren and keypad buzzer only when Panic/Silent zone type is
violated.
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7.4.4. Zone attributes
• Stay – If this attribute is enabled, the zone, regardless of type, will not cause an alarm if violated
when the system is Stay armed. For more details on arming the system in the Stay mode, please refer
to section 3.3.5. About STAY mode and how to activate it by EKB3W.
• Force – This attribute determines whether the system can be armed or not while a zone is violated. If
a zone with the Force attribute enabled is left violated until the exit delay expires, it will be ignored.
Once the system is armed and the zone is restored, the violation will not be ignored and the zone will
operate according to the determined type. For more details on zone types, please refer to section
7.4.3. Zone type definitions.
7.4.5. Zone names
Each zone has a name that can be customized by the user. Typically, the name specifies a device type
connected to a determined zone terminal, for Example: Kitchen doors opened. The zone names are used
in SMS text messages that are sent to the user during alarm. the By default, the zone names are: Z1 –
Zone1, Z2 – Zone2, Z3 – Zone3, Z4 – Zone4 etc.
ATTENTION: Space, colon, semi-colon characters, parameter names and/or values, such as PSW,
STATUS, ON, OFF etc. are NOT allowed in zone names.
7.5. Tampers
The tamper circuit is a single closed loop such that a break in the loop at any point will cause a tamper
alarm regardless of the system status – armed or disarmed. During the tamper alarm, the system will
activate the siren and the EKB3W wireless keypad buzzer (if violated tamper is the keypad’s tamper on
board) and send the SMS text message to the preset user phone number. The system will cause tamper
alarm under the following conditions:
• If the enclosure of the EPIR3 system or wireless device is opened, the physical tamper switch will be
triggered. By default, indicated as Tamper x in the SMS text message (x = tamper number).
• If the wireless signal is lost due to low signal level or low battery power on a certain wireless device
and does not restore within 60 minute period. This event is identified as Wireless Signal Loss. By
default, indicated as No wireless signal in the SMS text message [wless-dev] [wless-id] [Tamper x]
(wless-dev = wireless device model; wless-id = 8-digit wireless device ID code; x = tamper number).
By default, tamper alarm notification by SMS text message is enabled
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Each tamper has a name that can be customized by the user. The tamper names are used in SMS text
messages that are sent to the user during the tamper alarm. By default, the tamper names are: Box
Tamper, Tamper 2, Tamper 3, Tamper 4 etc.
ATTENTION: Space, colon, semi-colon characters, parameter names and/or values, such as PSW,
STATUS, ON, OFF etc. are NOT allowed in tamper names.
7.6. Programmable (PGM) outputs
A PGM output is a programmable output that toggles to its set up state when a specific event has occurred in
the system, the scheduled weekday and time has come or if the user has initiated the PGM output state change
manually. Normally, PGM outputs can be used to open/ close garage doors, activate lights, heating, watering and
much more. When a PGM output turns ON, the system triggers any device or relay connected to it.
EPIR3 comes equipped with EW2,EW2B wireless zone and PGM output expansion module support allowing to
connect up to two devices or relays per module. For more details on how to bind the wireless devices, please refer
to section 3. HOW TO MANAGE THE WIRELESS DEVICES.
7.6.1. PGM output numbering
The PGM output numbers ranging from C1 through C32 are automatically assigned to the wireless devices
connected to the system in the chronological order.
7.6.2. PGM output names
Each PGM output has a name that can be customized by the user. Typically, the name specifies a device
type connected to a determined PGM output, for Example: Lights. The name can be used instead of PGM
output number when controlling the PGM output by SMS text message. By default, the PGM output names
are: C1 – Controll1, C2 – Controll2, C3 – Controll3, C4 – Controll4 etc.
ATTENTION: Space, colon, semi-colon characters, parameter names and/or values, such as PSW,
STATUS, ON, OFF etc. are NOT allowed in PGM output names.
7.6.3. Turning PGM outputs ON and OFF
By default, all PGM outputs are turned OFF and the PGM output state is set to OFF when the system startsup.
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The PGM output can be turned ON for a determined time period and automatically turned OFF when the
time period expires. As well as it can be turned OFF for a determined time period and automatically turned
ON when the time period expires
When the PGM output is turned ON or OFF, the system will send a confirmation by SMS text message to the
user phone number that the SMS text message was sent from.
NOTE: PGM output can be turned ON for a determined time period only when it is in OFF state
NOTE: PGM output can be turned OFF for a determined time period only when it is in ON state
7.6.4. PGM output type definitions
• Output – Operates as normal PGM output that can be controlled by the user. Normally, this type is
used for any device or relay.
• Siren – Operates as siren output that automatically activates during alarm. Typically, this type is used
for bell/siren connected to EW2,EW2B wireless device.
7.7. Siren
When the system is in alarm state, the siren will sound until the set time (By default – 1 minute) expires
or until the system is disarmed.
NOTE: Due to battery power saving reasons, the wireless siren will sound for 1 minute regardless of
the set alarm duration time, unless it is set to 0.
7.7.1.Bell Squawk
If enabled, the siren indicates the completed system arming and disarming process. After the system is
successfully armed, the siren/ bell will emit 2 short beeps and 1 long beep after the system is disarmed.
7.7.2. Indication by EWS2 Indicators
When enabled, the built-in LED indicators of EWS2 wireless outdoor siren will flash during the alarm.
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7.7.3. Indication by EWS3 Indicators
When enabled, the built-in LED indicators of EWS3 wireless indoor siren will flash during the alarm. In the
event of burglary, 24-hour or tamper alarm, EWS3 will flash the blue LED indicators, while in case of a fire
alarm, the device can flash the red LED indicator.
7.7.4. EWF1 Interconnection
The interconnection feature automatically links all wireless smoke detectors to each other that are
connected to the same alarm system unit. When any EWF1 detects smoke, it sounds the alarm and sends
the signal to the alarm system that causes an instant alarm along with the rest of EWF1 wireless smoke
detectors. The device that detected smoke will auto-reset when the smoke clears, while the rest of EWF1
detectors will sound in accordance with the set time period.
By default, the interconnection feature is enabled and the siren alarm duration is 30 seconds.
7.7.5. Disabling and enabling siren if wireless signal is lost
If a wireless device loses its wireless signal for 60 minutes or longer, the system will send notification by
SMS text message to user phone number and activate the siren. By default, the siren will be activated
when wireless signal is lost.
7.8. Alarm indications and notifications
When a zone, depending on zone type (see section 7.4.3. Zone type definitions), or tamper is
violated, the system will cause an alarm. By default, the alarm duration is 1 minute (see section 7.7.
Siren regarding the alarm duration). During the alarm, the system will follow this pattern:
1. The system activates the siren.
a) The siren will emit pulsating sound if the violated zone is of Fire type, otherwise the sound will be
steady.
b) The EKB3W wireless keypad buzzer will emit short beeps.
NOTE: Alarm must be caused only on EKB3W zone.
e) If one or more zones are violated and keypad are manually waked up, EKB3W will light ON the
corresponding violated zone indicator (-s) ranging from 1 through 12. Indicator SYSTEM will flash
if one or more high-numbered zones are violated. If one or more tampers are violated, indicator
SYSTEM will light ON. For more details on viewing violated high-numbered zone and tamper
numbers by EKB3W keypad, please refer to section. 3.3.8. Fault messages.
For more details on how EKB3W keypad operates and indicates the alarms, please refer to section
3.3.1. Sleep mode, how to wake up EKB3W and view system alarms or faults.
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2. The system attempts to send an SMS text message, containing the violated zone/tamper name
(see section 7.4.5. Zone names and 7.5.1. Tamper names on how to set a zone or tamper name
respectively), to the first preset user phone number. The system will send SMS text messages
regarding each violated zone/tamper separately.
a) If the user phone number is unavailable and the system fails to receive the SMS delivery report during
45 seconds, it will attempt to send the SMS text message to the next preset user phone number. The
user phone number may be unavailable due to the following reasons:
• mobile phone was switched off.
• was out of GSM signal coverage.
b) By default, the system will continue sending the SMS text message to the next preset user phone
numbers in the priority order until one is available. The system sends the SMS text message only once
and will not return to the first user phone number if the last one was unavailable.
3. By default, the system attempts to ring the first user phone number The system will dial regarding each
violated zone/tamper separately.
a) When the call is answered, the system will shut down the siren and the user will be able to listen on the
mobile phone for approx. 30 seconds to what is happening in the area, surrounding the alarm system.
b) The system will dial the next preset user phone number,, if the previous user was unavailable due to
the following reasons:
• mobile phone was switched off.
• mobile phone was out of GSM signal coverage.
• provided “busy” signal.
• user did not answer the call after several rings, predetermined by the GSM operator.
c) The system will continue dialing the next preset user phone numbers in the priority order until one is
available. The system will dial the user phone number 5 times if the first user phone number was out
of GSM signal coverage/switched OFF, otherwise the system will dial only once. If the system ends up
with all unsuccessful to contact any preset user phone number, will stop dialing and will not return to
the first user phone number.
d) The system will not dial the next preset user phone number if the previous one was available, but
rejected the phone call.
To silent the siren as well as to cease system phone calls and SMS text message sending to the user
phone numbers, please disarm the system using a free of charge phone call, SMS text message,
EKB3W wireless keypad or EWK1/EWK2 wireless keyfob.
For more details details on how to disable/enable SMS text messages and phone calls to preset user
phone number in case of alarm, please refer to section 7.9. System notifications.
NOTE: Phone calls to the preset user phone number in case of alarm are disabled by force when
MS mode and/or Smart Security feature is enabled (see section 7.11. Monitoring station).
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NOTE: If one or more zones/tampers are violated during the alarm, the system will attempt to
send as many SMS text message and dial the user phone number as many times as the zone/
tamper was violated.
NOTE: If the system sent the SMS text message and/or dialed the user phone number after
disarming the system, it means that the SMS text message and/or phone call was queued up in
the memory before the system was disarmed.
7.9. System notifications
By default in case of a certain event, the system attempts to send an SMS text message to the first preset user
phone number only. If the user phone number is unavailable and the system fails to receive the SMS delivery
report during 45 seconds, it will attempt to send the SMS text message to the next preset user phone number,
assigned to the same partition as the previous one. The user phone number may be unavailable due to the
following reasons:
• mobile phone was switched off.
• was out of GSM signal coverage.
The system will continue sending the SMS text message to the next preset user phone numbers in the priority
order until one is available. The system sends the SMS text message only once and will not return to the first user
phone number if the last one was unavailable.
To change the SMS text message delivery algorithm, user can enable/disable the following parameters for certain
events:
• Send SMS text message to all users simultaneously - This parameter determines whether to ignore
the SMS delivery report or not. Once enabled, the system will attempt to send the SMS text message to every
preset user phone number that is enabled to receive a certain event from the system by SMS text message.
In addition, this parameter overrides the SMS delivery report parameter regardless of the SMS delivery report
parameter’s status (enabled/disabled).
• SMS delivery report - This parameter determines whether to request for SMS delivery report or not. Once
disabled, the system will not verify the status of the SMS text message delivery and will attempt to deliver
the SMS text message only to the first preset user phone number regardless if the next preset user phone
number (-s) is enabled to receive a certain event by SMS text message or not.
The following table provides the description of system notifications by SMS text message sent to the user phone
number.
Seq. No.
Event
1
Tamper alarm
Description
SMS text message sent to the user in case of
tamper violation. Indicated as Tamper x.
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Seq. No.
Event
2
Zone alarm
3
Mains power loss
Description
SMS text message sent to the user in case of zone
alarm occurrence.
SMS text message sent to the user in case the
mains power supply is lost.
4
Mains power restore
5
Periodical info
6
System armed
SMS text message sent to the user in case the
mains power supply is restored.
Info SMS text message sent to the user
periodically by the set values.
SMS text message sent to the user regarding
armed system.
7
System disarmed
8
System started
9
Low battery
SMS text message sent to the user about
disarmed system.
SMS text message sent to the user on system
startup.
SMS text message sent to the user in case the
back-up battery runs below 8V.
10
System shutdown
When the system is running on backup battery
power, it transmits the SMS text message before
the back-up battery power is fully depleted.
11
Failed to arm
SMS text message sent to the user in case the
system denies arming due to existing violated zone
(-s)/tamper (-s).*
12
Wireless device low
SMS text message sent to the user in case the
battery
battery level of a wireless device reaches 5%.
*ATTENTION: If this feature is disabled for user who wants to ARM the system, notification about failed
arming will not be sent.
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Event
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Battery failed
Description
SMS text message sent to the user in case the
backup battery resistance is 2,5Ω or higher
(battery is disconnected or requires replacement).
Self-tested every 10 days.
14
Temperature exceeded
SMS text message sent to the user in case the
temperature has increased above the MAX set
value.
15
Temperature fallen
SMS text message sent to the user in case the
temperature has decreased below the MIN set
value.
16
Temperature sensor
SMS text message sent to the user in case the
fault
temperature sensor is faulty.
7.10.Back-up battery, mains power supply status monitoring and memory
The system comes equipped with a back-up battery maintaining power supply of the system when the
mains power supply is temporally lost. The implemented feature allows the system to perform a self-test
on the back-up battery and notify preset user phone number by SMS text message if:
• battery has failed and requires replacement – battery resistance is 2,5Ω or higher; self-tested every
10 days.
• battery power is running low – battery voltage is below 8V; constantly self-tested.
If the household electricity is unstable in the system installation area, the system may temporally lose
its power supply and continue operating on the backup battery power. The system supervises the mains
power supply and notifies preset user phone number by SMS text message as well as indicates system
fault condition on the keypad (see section 3.3.8. Fault messages) after 60 seconds after the mains
power loss. When the mains power restores, after 120 seconds the system will notify the user by SMS
text message and the keypad will no longer indicate system fault.
The configuration settings are stored in a built-in EEPROM memory, therefore even if the system is fully
shut down, the configuration remains.
For more details on how to manage back-up battery and power supply notifications, please refer to
section 7.9. System notifications.
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7.11. Monitoring staton
The system can be configured to report events to the monitoring station by transmitting data messages
to the monitoring station. The system connects to the monitoring station when the MS (Monitoring
Station) mode is enabled.
4-digit Account number (by default – 9999) must be set up on the system in order to identify the alarm
system unit by the monitoring station.
ATTENTION: The system will NOT send any data to the monitoring station while remote configuration,
remote firmware update or remote listening is in progress. However, during the remote configuration session,
firmware update process or remote listening process, the data messages will be queued up and transmitted to the monitoring station after the remote configuration session, firmware update or remote listening
process is over.
ATTENTION: Phone calls to the preset user phone number in case of alarm are disabled by force when MS
mode is enabled.
7.11.1. Data Messages – Events
The configuration of data messages is based on Ademco Contact ID protocol. The data messages can
either be transmitted to the monitoring station alone or with duplication by SMS text message to
preset user phone number. For more details on system notifications by SMS text message, please refer
to 7.9. System notifications.
Seq. No.
Contact ID®
Code
Event
Description
1
1110
Fire alarm
Transmitted in case a zone of Fire type is violated.
2
3110
Fire restore
Transmitted in case a zone of Fire type is restored.
3
1130
Burglary alarm
Transmitted in case a zone of Delay (if not
disarmed before entry delay
countdown is completed), Interior Follower or
Instant type is violated.
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Code
Event
Description
4
3130
Burglary restore
Transmitted in case a zone of Delay (if not
disarmed before entry delay countdown is
completed), Interior Follower or Instant type is
restored.
5
1133
24-Hour zone alarm
Transmitted in case of zone of 24-Hour type is
violated.
6
3133
24-Hour zone restore
Transmitted in case of zone of 24-Hour type is
restored.
7
1144
Tamper alarm
Transmitted in case the tamper is violated.
8
3144
Tamper restore
Transmitted in case the tamper is restored.
9
1146
Panic/Silent zone alarm
Transmitted in case of zone of Panic/Silent type
is violated.
10
3146
Panic/Silent zone restore
Transmitted in case of zone of Panic/Silent type
is restored.
11
1158
Temperature risen
Transmitted in case of the temperature has
increased above the MAX set value.
12
1159
Temperature fallen
Transmitted in case of temperature
decreased below the MIN set value.
13
1301
Mains power loss
Transmitted in case the main power supply is lost.
14
3301
Mains power restore
Transmitted in case the main power supply is
restored.
15
1302
Low battery
Transmitted in case the backup battery voltage
runs below 8V.
16
1308
System shutdown
When the system is running on backup battery
power, it transmits the data message before the
backup battery power is fully depleted.
17
1311
Battery failed
Transmitted in case the backup battery resistance
is 2Ω or higher (battery requires replacement).
The battery is self-tested every 10 days.
18
1381
Wireless signal loss
Transmitted in case the connection with any
wireless device is lost.
19
3381
Wireless signal restore
Transmitted in case the connection with any
wireless device is restored.
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Contact ID®
Code
Event
Description
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1401
Disarmed by user
Transmitted in case the system is disarmed.
21
3401
Armed by user
Transmitted in case the system is armed.
22
1403
Disarmed automatically
Transmitted in case the system is disarmed based
on scheduled time.
23
3403
Armed automatically
Transmitted in case the system is armed based on
scheduled time.
24
1456
Disarmed in Stay mode
Transmitted in case the system is disarmed in
Stay mode.
25
3456
Armed in Stay mode
Transmitted in case the system is armed in Stay
mode.
26
1570
Zone bypassed
Transmitted in case a violated zone is bypassed.
27
3570
Bypassed zone activated
Transmitted in case a bypassed zone is activated.
28
1602
Test event/Kronos ping
Transmitted for system online status verification
purposes.
29
3626
Date/time not set
Transmitted in case system date & time is not set.
30
1900
System started
Transmitted on system start-up.
The following table refers to user codes included in arm/disarm data messages.
Type
Code
User Phone Number 1
0
User Phone Number 2
1
User Phone Number 3
2
User Phone Number 4
3
User Phone Number 5
4
User Phone Number 6
5
User Phone Number 7
6
User Phone Number 8
7
User Phone Number 9
8
User Phone Number 10
9
User Code 1
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User Code 2
11
User Code 3
12
User Code 4
13
User Code 5
14
User Code 6
15
User Code 7
16
User Code 8
17
User Code 9
18
User Code 10
19
KeyFob 1
54
KeyFob 2
55
KeyFob 3
56
KeyFob 4
57
KeyFob 5
58
Scheduler
70
Remote Code (EGR100)
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7.11.2. Communication
The system supports the following communication methods and protocols:
• GPRS network – EGR100, Kronos protocol.
• Voice calls (GSM audio channel) – Ademco Contact ID protocol.
• CSD (Cricuit Switched Data).
• SMS – Cortex SMS format.
Any communication method can be set as primary or backup connection. The user can set up to 3 backup
connections in any sequence order.
Initially, the system communicates via primary connection with the monitoring station. By default, if the
initial attempt to transmit data is unsuccessful, the system will make additional attempts until the data is
successfully delivered. If all attempts are unsuccessful, the system will follow this pattern:
a) The system switches to the backup connection that follows in the sequence (presumably - Backup 1).
b) The system then attempts to transmit data by the backup connection.
c) If the initial attempt is unsuccessful, the system will make additional attempts until the data is
successfully delivered.
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d) If the system ends up with all unsuccessful attempts, it will switch to the next backup connection in
the sequence (presumably - Backup 2) and will continue to operate as described in the previous steps.
The connection is considered unsuccessful under the following conditions:
• GPRS network – The system has not received the ACK data message from the monitoring station
within 40 seconds.
• Voice calls:
• The system has not received the “handshake” signal from the monitoring station within 40
seconds.
• The system has not received the “kissoff” signal from the monitoring station within 5 attempts each
lasting 1 second.
• CSD – The system has not received the ACK data message from the monitoring station within 35
seconds.
• SMS – The system has not received the SMS delivery report from the SMSC (Short Message Service
Center) within 45 seconds.
e) If one of the attempts is successful, the system will transmit all queued up data messages by this
connection.
f) The system then returns to the primary connection and attempts to transmit the next data messages
by primary connection.
g) If the system ends up with all unsuccessful attempts by all connections, it will wait until the Delay
after last communication attempt time (By default – 600 seconds) expires and will return to the
primary connection afterwards.
h) If a new data message, except Test Event (ping), is generated during Delay after last communication
attempt time, the system will immediately attempt to transmit it to the monitoring station, regardless
of Delay after last communication attempt being in progress.
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Makes up to 3 or 5 attempts to transmit data
All attempts failed
Switches to BACKUP 1
Makes up to 3 or 5 attempts to transmit data
All attempts failed
One of the attempts is successful
Switches to BACKUP 2
Transmits all queued up data
Makes up to 3 or 5 attempts to transmit data
Returns to PRIMARY
All attempts failed
One of the attempts is successful
Switches to BACKUP 3
Transmits all queued up data
Makes up to 3 or 5 attempts to transmit data
Returns to PRIMARY
All attempts failed
One of the attempts is successful
Makes up to 3 or 5 attempts to transmit data
Transmits all queued up data
Returns to PRIMARY
All attempts failed
One of the attempts is successful
Makes up to 3 or 5 attempts to transmit data
Transmits all queued up data
Returns to PRIMARY
Delay after last
communication attempt
All attempts failed
One of the attempts is successful
Waits for 600 seconds
Transmits all queued up data
Returns to PRIMARY
Returns to PRIMARY
NOTE: The number of attempts, indicated in the diagram, are default and depends on the determined
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7.11.2.1. GPRS Network
The system supports data transmission to the monitoring station via IP-based networks by GPRS network. The
supported data formats are the following:
• EGR100
• Kronos
To set up the system for data transmission via GPRS network, please follow the basic configuration steps:
1. Enable MS Mode parameter (see 7.11. Monitoring Station).
2. Set 4-digit Account number (see 7.11. Monitoring Station).
3. Set server IP address, which is a public IP address of the machine running EGR100 or Kronos
monitoring station software.
4. Set server port, which is a port of the machine running EGR100 or Kronos monitoring
station software.
5. Select TCP or UDP protocol. UDP is highly recommended for EGR100 data format.
6. Select data format: EGR100 or Kronos
7. In case EGR100 is selected, set 4-digit Unit ID number. Unit ID number can be identical
to Account number.
8. Set up APN, user name and password provided by the GSM operator. Depending on the
GSM operator, only APN might be required to set up.
By default, if the initial attempt to transmit data to the monitoring station via GPRS network
method is unsuccessful, the system will make up to 2 additional attempts. If all attempts are
unsuccessful, the system will switch to next backup connection that follows in the sequence
and will attempt to transmit data until it is successfully delivered to the monitoring station.
To report the online status, the system periodically transmits (By default – every 180
seconds) Test Event data message (ping) to the monitoring station via GPRS network
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For detailed step-by-step instructions on how to establish the communication between EPIR3 alarm system and
EGR100 middleware, please refer to the middleware’s HELP file.
NOTE: The system is fully compatible with Kronos NET/Kronos LT monitoring station software for communication via GPRS network. When using a different monitoring station software, EGR100 middleware is
required. EGR100 is freeware and can be downloaded at www.eldes.lt/ en/download
NOTE: Kronos NET/Kronos LT software communicates via TCP protocol, while EGR100 middle-ware v1.2 and
up supports both – TCP and UDP protocols. However, TCP protocol is NOT recommend to use with EGR100.
ATTENTION: It is necessary to restart the system locally by powering down and powering up the system the
system or remotely (see section 4. HOW TO PROGRAM THE SYSTEM USING YOUR MOBILE PHONE) after
changing the IP address or switching from TCP to UDP.
7.11.2.2. Voice Calls and SMS
The system supports up to 3 monitoring station phone numbers for communication with the alarm system by
Voice Calls or SMS communication method using Ademco Contact ID or Cortex SMS data format respectively.
Tel. Number 1 is mandatory, the other two can be used as backup phone numbers and are not necessary. The
supported phone number formats are the following:
• International (with plus) – The phone numbers must be entered starting with plus and an international
country code in the following format: +[international code][area code][local number], example for UK:
+4417091111111. This format can be used when setting up the phone number by ELDES Configuration Tool
software.
• International (with 00) – The phone numbers must be entered starting with 00 and an international
country code in the following format: 00[international code][area code][local number], example for UK:
004417091111111. This format can be used when setting up the phone number by EKB3W keypad.
• Local – The phone numbers must be entered starting with an area code in the following format: [area code]
[local number], example for UK: 017091111111. This format can be used when setting up the phone number
by EKB3W keypad and ELDES Configuration Tool software.
To set up the system for data transmission via Voice Calls or SMS, please follow the basic configuration steps:
1. Enable MS Mode parameter (see 7.11. Monitoring Station).
2. Set 4-digit Account number (see 7.11. Monitoring Station).
3. Set Tel. Number 1... 3.
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By default, if the initial attempt to transmit data to the monitoring station’s Tel Number
1 via Voice Calls or SMS method is unsuccessful, the system will make up to 4 additional
attempts. After all unsuccessful attempts, the system will continue to communicate with
the monitoring station by switching to the next phone number that follows in the sequence
and making up to 4 additional attempts if the initial attempt is unsuccessful. If all attempts
to all phone numbers are unsuccessful, the system will switch to next backup connection
that follows in the sequence and will attempt to transmit data until it is successfully
delivered to the monitoring station.
Due to the individual configuration of each monitoring station, the system may fail to deliver
the data message via Voice Calls communication method. In such cases it is recommended
to adjust the microphone gain until the optimal value, leading to successful data message
delivery, is discovered.
7.11.2.3. CSD
The system supports up to 5 monitoring station phone numbers for communication with the alarm system by CSD
communication method. Tel. Number 1 is mandatory, the other four can be used as backup phone numbers and are
not necessary. The supported phone number formats are the following:
• International (with plus) – The phone number must be entered starting with plus and an international country
code in the following format: +[international code][area code][local number], example for UK: +441709111XXXX.
This format can be used when setting up the phone number by ELDES Configuration Tool software.
• International (with 00) – The phone number must be entered starting with 00 and an international
country code in the following ž format: 00[international code][area code][local number], example for UK:
00441709111XXXX. This format can be used when setting up the phone number by EKB3W keypad.
To set up the system for data transmission via CSD, please follow the basic configuration steps:
1. Enable MS Mode parameter (see 7.11. Monitoring Station).
2. Set 4-digit Account number (see 7.11. Monitoring Station).
3. Set Tel. Number 1... 5.
By default, if the initial attempt to transmit data to the monitoring station’s phone number
via CSD method is unsuccessful, the system will make up to 4 additional attempts. If all
attempts are unsuccessful, the system will switch to next backup connection that follows
in the sequence and will attempt to transmit data until it is successfully delivered to the
monitoring station.
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7.12. System configuration using ELDES Configuration Tool software
Software ELDES Configuration Tool is intended for EPIR3 system configuration locally via USB port or remotely via
GPRS network connection. This software simplifies system configuration process by allowing to use a personal
computer in the process. Before starting to use ELDES Configuration Tool software, please read the user guide
provided in the software’s HELP section.
ELDES Configuration Tool is freeware and can be downloaded from at: www.eldes.lt
NOTE: ELDES Configuration Tool software is secured with administrator password. The default administrator
password is 1470.
ATTENTION: The system will NOT send any data to the monitoring station while remote configuration,
remote firmware update or remote listening is in progress. However, during the remote configuration session,
firmware update process or remote listening process, the data messages will be queued up and transmitted to the monitoring station after the remote configuration session, firmware update or remote listening
process is over.
7.12.1. Remote system configuration via configuration server
Before configuring EPIR3 system remotely via GPRS network connection, please ensure that:
• SIM card is inserted into SIM card slot of EPIR3 device.
• Mobile internet service (GPRS) is enabled on the SIM card.
• Power supply is connected to EPIR3 device.
• Default SMS password is changed to a new 4-digit password.
• At least User 1 phone number is set up.
• APN, user name and password are set up - please, contact your GSM operator to find out these parameters.
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a) In order to activate a remote connection between EPIR3 system
and ELDES configuration server, please send the following SMS text
message from preset user phone number. Upon the successful SMS
text message delivery, the system establishes a connection session
for 20 minutes.
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with ELDES server
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SMS text message content:
ssss_STCONFIG
Value: ssss – 4-digit SMS password.
Example:
1111_STCONFIG
b) Once the SMS text message containing device IMEI number and
confirming a successful con-nection establishment is received,
please run ELDES Configuration Tool software.
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c) Click Remote Connection Management...
d) In the next window, select Connect to Remote Server
(recommended) and click Next button.
e) In Device IMEI entry, enter the IMEI number previously received by
SMS text message.
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f) Click Continue button.
g) By default, upon the successfully established connection, the system
will prompt for an administrator password..
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h) By entering a valid administrator password, the system grants access
to full configuration remotely.
i ) Remote Configuration Management window displays all
performed configuration ac-tions and connectivity information.
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Before configuring EPIR3 system remotely via GPRS network connection, please ensure that:
• SIM card is inserted into SIM card slot of EPIR3 device.
• Mobile internet service (GPRS) is enabled on the SIM card.
• Power supply is connected to EPIR3 device.
• Default SMS password is changed to a new 4-digit password.
• At least User 1 phone number is set up.
• APN, user name and password are set up - please, contact your GSM operator to find out these parameters.
• Machine running ELDES Configuration Tool software provides access via public IP address.
• TCP port 5000 is forwarded for the IP address of the machine running ELDES Configuration Tool software.
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7.12.2. Ending the configuration process
After the system configuration is complete, use one of the following methods to end the configuration process:
• Click Disconnect or Stop button and close ELDES Configuration Tool software;
• The session will automatically expire in 20 minutes. Before the last 5 minutes, the software will offer the user
to extend the session for another 20 minutes.
• Alternatively, the connection with the server can be terminated at any time by sending an SMS text message.
Terminate the
connection
SMS text message content:
ssss_ENDCONFIG
Value: ssss – 4-digit SMS password.
Example: 1111_ENDCONFIG
Once the session is expired or terminated, the system will reply with an SMS text message confirming the end of
the session.
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a) Run ELDES Configuration Tool software.
b) Click Remote Connection Management...
c) In the next window, select Run TCP/IP Server (advanced) and click
Next button.
d) Set a TCP port for listening for incoming connections or leave the
default TCP port 5000.
e) Click Continue button.
f) In order to activate a remote connection between EPIR3 system and
ELDES Configuration Tool software running as remote configuration
server, please send the following SMS text message from preset user
phone number. Upon the successful SMS text message delivery, the
system establishes a connection session for 20 minutes.
Initiate
connection
with ELDES
Configuration Tool
SMS text message content:
ssss_STCONFIG:add.add.add.add:pprrt or
ssss_STCONFIG:host-name:pprrt
Value: ssss – 4-digit SMS password; add.
add.add. add – public IP address of the
machine running ELDES Configuration
Tool software; pprrt – TCP port number,
range – [1... 65535]; host-name – public
host-name of the machine running ELDES
Configuration Tool software.
Example:
1111_STCONFIG:62.80.115.102:4522
g) By default, upon the successfully established connection, the system
will prompt for an administrator password.
h) By entering a valid administrator password, the system grants access
to full configuration remotely.
i) Remote Configuration Management window displays all
performed con-figuration actions and connectivity information.h) By entering a valid administrator password, the system grants access
to full configuration remotely.
i ) Remote Configuration Management window displays all
performed configuration ac-tions and connectivity information.
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1. Unplug USB cable (if any)
2. Open EPIR3 enclosure.
3. Press and hold the RESET button.
4. Wait for the LED to flash quickly several times.
5. Power down EPIR3.
6. Power up EPIR3.
7. Configuration has been restored to default.
7.14. How to upgrade the firmware locally via USB connection
1. Disconnect the power supply and backup battery..
2. Open EPIR3 enclosure.
3. Connect EPIR3 to the PC via USB cable.
4. Press and hold the RESET button.
5. Connect the power supply.
6. Release the RESET button after the new window pops-up containing a .bin file. Otherwise open My Computer
and look for Boot Disk drive.
7. Delete the .bin file located in this drive.
8. Copy and paste in the very same window.
9. After the copying is done, power down EPIR3.
10. Unplug USB cable.
11. Power up EPIR3.
12. Firmware upgraded.
ATTENTION: Boot mode for EPIR3 firmware upgrade can be activated using ELDES Configuration Tool program.
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7.15. How to upgrade the firmware remotely via GPRS connection
ATTENTION: The system will NOT send any data to the monitoring station while remote configuration,
remote firmware update or remote listening is in progress. However, during the remote configuration session,
firmware update process or remote listening process, the data messages will be queued up and transmitted to the monitoring station after the remote configuration session, firmware update or remote listening
process is over.
Before updating the firmware remotely via GPRS connection, make sure that:
• SIM card is inserted into SIM card slot of EPIR3 device.
• Mobile internet service (GPRS) is enabled on the SIM card.
• Power supply is connected to EPIR3 device.
• Default SMS password is changed to a new 4-digit password.
• At least User 1 phone number is set up.
• APN, user name and password are set up - please, contact your GSM operator to find out these parameters.
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EPIR3 alarm system supports FOTA (firmware-over-the-air) feature. This
FOTA
allows to upgrade the firmware remotely via GPRS connection. Once the
upgrade process is initiated, the system connects to the specified FTP
server address where the firmware file is hosted and begins downloading
and re-flashing the firmware. The firmware file must be located in a folder
titled Firmware. In order to initiate the upgrade process, please, send the
following SMS message.
SMS text message content:
XXXX_FOTA:ftp-server-IP,port, firmware-file-name.bin,user-name,password
Value: ftp-server-IP - IP address of FTP server where EPIR3 firmware file is
stored; port - port number of FTP server (usually - 21); firmware-file-name.
bin - name of the firmware file, allowed max. length - up to 31 character;
user-name - user name of FTP server login, allowed max. length - up to 31
character; password - password of FTP server login, allowed max. length - up
to 31 character.
Example:
1111_FOTA:84.15.143.111,21,EPIR3fw. bin,eldesuser,eldespassword
ATTENTION: Comma character is NOT allowed to use in user name and firmware file name.
ATTENTION: “ELDES UAB” does not run a FTP server and does not host the firmware files online. Please,
contact your local dealer to request the latest firmware file.
NOTE: It is strongly recommended to restore default parameters after the firmware upgrade.
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7.16. Smart Security
ELDES Smart Security is a cloud-based platform providing a user-friendly graphical interface intended for system
status monitoring and control. The solution consists of:
Android aplication/widget
or iOS application
Eldes device
Web interface
• ELDES device – The following ELDES devices come or can be equipped with ELDES Smart Security:
• ESIM364
• EPIR2
• EPIR3
• ESIM120
• any other ELDES device on request
• Android application/widget and iOS application – The graphical interface can be accessed via a
smart-phone application developed for Android and iOS-based (iPhone, iPad) devices.
• Web interface – ELDES Smart Security grants access to the device configuration (ESIM120) and user administration options as well as all features mentioned above when accessed via a web-browser.
• ELDES Smart Security cloud server – The server links all ELDES Smart Security components to each other.
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ELDES Smart Security solution allows to perform the following*:
• Arm/disarm the system
• Control any electric appliance connected to the output of the ELDES device
• View system faults and alerts
• Monitor GSM signal strength, back-up battery level and temperature
* - depends on the ELDES device in use. For more details on the available features, please refer to ELDES device
user manual.
User hierarchy
Distributor
Power-Admin
Administrator
For more details on Smart Security solution, please refer Smart Security manual located at
www.eldes.lt/download
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8. Related products
EWP1 - wireless PIR sensor (motion detector)
EWD1 - wireless magnetic door contact
EWS2 - wireless external siren
EWF1 – wireless smoke detector
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EW2 - wireless zone and PGM output
expansion module
EKB3W – wireless LED keypad
EWK2 - wireless keyfob
EWD2 - wireless magnetic door contact/shock
sensor/water sensor
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EWS3 - wireless internal siren
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Contents of pack:
ItemQuantity
EPIR3 alarm system ....................... 1
Power supply ....................................1
User manual ......................................1
MiniUSB cable ...................................1
Back-up battery ................................1
Screws ................................................1
5,6kΩ resistor....................................1
Not included: You will need to supply your own SIM card – we recommend you get a contract SIM, not Pay As
You Go.
Limited Liability
The buyer agrees that the system will reduce the risk of fire, theft, burglary or other danger but that it does not
guarantee against the occurrence of such events.
ELDES UAB will not take any responsibility for the loss of personal effects, property or revenue whilst using the
system. The liability of ELDES UAB is limited to the value of the system purchased.
ELDES UAB is not affiliated with any mobile/wireless/cellular provider and is therefore not responsible for the
quality of such services.
Manufacturer’s Warranty
The system carries a 24-month manufacturer warranty from ELDES UAB.
The warranty begins the day the system is purchased by the user and the receipt must be retained as proof of
purchase date. The warranty remains valid only if the system is used as intended, following all guidelines outlined
in this manual and in accordance with the operating conditions specified.
The warranty is void if the system has been exposed to mechanical impact, chemicals, high humidity, fluids, corrosive and hazardous environments or force majeure factors.
Dear Customer,
Thank you for choosing to purchase the EPIR3 alarm system to protect your property. Your thoughtful decision
will ensure reliable protection for many years as all ELDES products are manufactured to meet the highest
standards.
We are confident that you will be completely satisfied with your product. However, in the unlikely event that
you do experience a problem, please contact the dealer from whom you made your purchase.
UAB ELDES
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Please read and follow these safety guidelines to safeguard yourself and others:
• DO NOT use the system where it can interfere with other devices - such as medical devices
• The alarm system radio transceiver operates in the GSM850, GSM900, GSM1800 and GSM1900 bands
• DO NOT use the system in hazardous environments
• DO NOT expose the system to high humidity, chemical environments or mechanical impact
• DO NOT attempt to repair the system yourself - any repairs must be carried out by fully qualified personnel only
The EPIR3 comes with its own power supply unit so you can plug it in straight away. The unit is not
meant for outdoor use, i.e. you should use it inside a building and the power supply must be plugged
into a standard Euro 2-pin socket or UK 3-pin socket (depending on the version you have bought). The
main circuit should be protected by short circuit or over-current protection.
Please use the power supply unit which comes with your EPIR3, as it meets the EN 60950-1 standard.
Any additional device you connect to the system, such as a computer, must also be powered by an
EN 60950-1 approved supply.
Disconnect the mains power before installing. Never install or carry out maintenance during stormy
weather. The electric socket that powers the system must be easily accessible. In case of power cut,
the system is powered by a back-up battery.
WARNING: Only use the approved back-up battery with the system to avoid fire or explosion. Take
care when connecting positive and negative battery terminals.
To switch the system off, unplug the external electric power supply and disconnect the battery by
first removing the front cover of the device. A blown fuse cannot be replaced by the user. The replacement fuse has to be of the kind indicated by the manufacturer (fuse F1 type – C1S 2.5A).
If you use a computer to select your ideal settings, it must be earthed.
The WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) symbol on this product (see left) means it must
not be disposed of in household waste. To prevent possible harm to human health and/or the environment, you must dispose of this product in an approved and environmentally safe recycling facility. For
further information contact your system supplier, or your local waste authority.
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