ESIM264 - Audionas
GSM ALARM AND MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
ESIM264
COMPLIES WITH EN 50131-1 GRADE 2, CLASS II REQUIREMENTS
CONTENTS
1. General Information............................................................................................................................................................................... 8
1.1 Functionality...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
1.2 Compatible Device Overview...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
1.3 Default Parameters & Ways of Parameter Configuration................................................................................................................................................... 9
2. Technical Specifications.......................................................................................................................................................................11
2.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics..................................................................................................................................................................................11
2.2 Main Unit, LED & Connector Functionality............................................................................................................................................................................12
2.3 Wiring Diagrams.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................13
2.3.1 General Wiring.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................13
2.3.2 Zone Connection Types............................................................................................................................................................................................................13
2.3.3 Siren .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................13
2.3.4 iButton® Key Reader & Mini Buzzer......................................................................................................................................................................................14
2.3.5 Temperature Sensor & iButton® Key Reader ....................................................................................................................................................................14
2.3.6 Relay Finder® 40.61.9.12 with Terminal Socket 95.85.3 ................................................................................................................................................15
2.3.7 Keyboards......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................16
3. Installation............................................................................................................................................................................................18
4. Operation Description..........................................................................................................................................................................19
4.1 Arming & Disarming......................................................................................................................................................................................................................19
4.2 Zones .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................19
4.3 Programmable Outputs (PGM) .................................................................................................................................................................................................20
4.4 Wireless Devices..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................21
4.5 RS485 Interface...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................21
4.6 1-Wire® Interface.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................21
4.7 Backup Battery, Main Power Failure & Memory .................................................................................................................................................................21
4.8 Communication with Monitoring Station.............................................................................................................................................................................21
4.9 GSM Loss Indication......................................................................................................................................................................................................................21
4.10 Partitions.........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................21
5. Configuration & Control.......................................................................................................................................................................22
5.1 Primary System Configuration...................................................................................................................................................................................................22
5.2 Ways of System Configuration...................................................................................................................................................................................................22
5.3 Remote System Configuration via GPRS Connection.......................................................................................................................................................23
5.3.1 Establishing Remote Connection Between ESIM264 System and Configuration Server.................................................................................24
5.3.2 Connecting to ELDES Configuration Server using ELDES Configuration Tool Software..................................................................................24
5.3.3 Ending the Configuration Process........................................................................................................................................................................................24
5.4 Parameter Configuration Set (SMS, EKB2, EKB3).................................................................................................................................................................25
5.4.1 SMS Language.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................25
5.4.2 Passwords......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................26
5.4.3 User Phone Numbers.................................................................................................................................................................................................................28
5.4.4 Date & Time...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................30
5.4.5 Arming & Disarming the System...........................................................................................................................................................................................31
5.4.6 Zones...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................33
5.4.7 PGM Outputs................................................................................................................................................................................................................................45
5.4.8 Siren .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................48
5.4.9 Info SMS..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................51
5.4.10 Notification in Case of Alarm................................................................................................................................................................................................52
5.4.11 Notification About Arming & Disarming..........................................................................................................................................................................55
5.4.12 Notification About Temperature Change........................................................................................................................................................................56
5.4.13 Notification About Main Power Supply Status..............................................................................................................................................................58
5.4.14 Remote Listening.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................60
5.4.15 System Control from Any Phone Number ......................................................................................................................................................................61
5.4.16 Partitions ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................62
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5.4.17 Additional Parameters............................................................................................................................................................................................................65
6. Technical Support.................................................................................................................................................................................68
6.1 Trouble Indication .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................68
6.2 Frequently Asked Questions......................................................................................................................................................................................................70
6.3 Troubleshooting.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................71
6.4 Restoring Default Parameters....................................................................................................................................................................................................72
6.5 Upgrading the Firmware using USB Cable............................................................................................................................................................................72
6.6 Upgrading the Firmware via GPRS Connection (FOTA)....................................................................................................................................................73
7. Wired Devices .......................................................................................................................................................................................74
7.1 EKB2 - LCD Keyboard.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................74
7.1.1. Technical Specifications...........................................................................................................................................................................................................74
7.1.1.3 Connector and Main Unit Functionality .........................................................................................................................................................................75
7.1.1.4 Keyboard Address...................................................................................................................................................................................................................75
7.1.2 Installation.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................76
7.1.3 Operation Description ............................................................................................................................................................................................................77
7.1.3.1 EKB2 Zone & Tamper .............................................................................................................................................................................................................77
7.1.3.2 Arming & Disarming ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................77
7.1.3.3 Keyboard Partition..................................................................................................................................................................................................................78
7.1.3.4 Icons & Messages.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................78
7.1.4 Menu Tree......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................80
7.2 EKB3 - LED Keyboard.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................86
7.2.1 Technical Specifications............................................................................................................................................................................................................86
7.2.1.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics ..........................................................................................................................................................................86
7.2.1.2 LED Funcionality......................................................................................................................................................................................................................86
7.2.1.3 Keys Functionality...................................................................................................................................................................................................................86
7.2.1.4 Connector Functionality.......................................................................................................................................................................................................86
7.2.1.5 Keyboard Address...................................................................................................................................................................................................................87
7.2.2 Installation.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................88
7.2.3 Operation Description..............................................................................................................................................................................................................89
7.2.3.1 EKB3 Zone & Tamper.............................................................................................................................................................................................................89
7.2.3.2 Arming & Disarming...............................................................................................................................................................................................................89
7.2.3.3 Keyboard Partition..................................................................................................................................................................................................................89
7.3 EPGM1 - Zone & PGM Output Expansion Module..............................................................................................................................................................90
7.3.1 Technical Specifications ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................90
7.3.1.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics ..........................................................................................................................................................................90
7.3.1.2 LED Functionality....................................................................................................................................................................................................................90
7.3.1.3 Connector Funcionality.........................................................................................................................................................................................................90
7.3.1.4 Wiring Diagram........................................................................................................................................................................................................................91
7.3.2 Installation.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................91
7.4 EPGM8 - PGM Output Expansion Module.............................................................................................................................................................................92
7.4.1 Technical Specifications ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................92
7.4.1.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics ..........................................................................................................................................................................92
7.4.1.2 Connector Functionality ......................................................................................................................................................................................................92
7.4.2 Installation ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................93
7.5 EA1 – Audio Output Module......................................................................................................................................................................................................94
7.5.1 Technical Specifications............................................................................................................................................................................................................94
7.5.2 Installation.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................94
7.6 EA2 – Audio Output Module with Amplifier.........................................................................................................................................................................95
7.6.1 Technical Specifications............................................................................................................................................................................................................95
7.6.2 Installation.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................95
7.7 iButton® Key Reader & Keys........................................................................................................................................................................................................96
7.7.1 Technical Specifications ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................96
7.7.1.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics...........................................................................................................................................................................96
7.7.2 Installation.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................96
7.7.3 Managing iButton® Keys..........................................................................................................................................................................................................97
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8. ELDES Wireless Devices......................................................................................................................................................................100
8.1 EWT1 - Wireless Transmitter-Receiver.................................................................................................................................................................................. 102
8.1.1 Technical Specifications......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 102
8.1.1.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics........................................................................................................................................................................ 102
8.1.2 Installation.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 102
8.2 EW1 - Wireless Zone & PGM Output Expansion Module............................................................................................................................................... 103
8.2.1 Technical Specifications......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 103
8.2.1.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics........................................................................................................................................................................ 103
8.2.1.2 Connector & LED Functionality....................................................................................................................................................................................... 103
8.2.3. EW1 Zones, PGM Outputs & Tamper ............................................................................................................................................................................... 104
8.2.4 Restoring Default Parameters ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 104
8.3 EWP1 – Wireless PIR Movement Sensor.............................................................................................................................................................................. 104
8.3.1 Technical Specifications......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 104
8.3.1.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics........................................................................................................................................................................ 104
8.3.2 Installation.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 105
8.3.3 EWP1 Zone & Tamper............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 105
8.3.4 Battery Replacement.............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 105
8.3.5 Restoring Default Parameters ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 105
8.4 EWD1 – Wireless Magnetic Door Contact........................................................................................................................................................................... 107
8.4.1 Technical Specifications......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 107
8.4.1.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics........................................................................................................................................................................ 107
8.4.2 Installation.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 107
8.4.3 EWD1 Zones & Tamper........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 108
8.4.4 Battery Replacement ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 108
8.4.5 Restoring Default Parameters ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 108
8.5 EWK1 - Wireless Key-Fob........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 109
8.5.1 Technical Specifications......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 109
8.5.1.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics........................................................................................................................................................................ 109
8.5.2 Installation.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 109
8.6 EWS1 – Wireless Indoor Siren.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 110
8.6.1 Technical Specifications......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 110
8.6.1.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics........................................................................................................................................................................ 110
8.6.1.2 Main Unit & LED Functionality ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 110
8.5.3 EWK1 Zones (Panic Button).................................................................................................................................................................................................. 114
8.5.4 Battery Replacement ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 114
8.5.5 Restoring Default Parameters ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 114
8.7.2 Installation.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 115
8.7.3 Restoring Default Parameters ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 115
9. Monitoring Station.............................................................................................................................................................................116
9.1 Basic Overview............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 116
9.2 Event Messages............................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 116
9.3 Monitoring Station Parameter Configuration (SMS, EKB2, EKB3).............................................................................................................................. 117
9.3.1 Main Parameters...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 117
9.3.2 GPRS Network Settings.......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 123
9.3.3 Voice Calls Settings.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 127
9.3.4 CSD Settings.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 129
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MANUAL ELDES ESIM264 V2.0
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Installation Manual v2.0
Safety instructions
Please read and follow these safety guidelines in order to maintain safety of operators and people around:
• GSM alarm & management system ESIM264 (later referenced as GSM alarm system ESIM264, ESIM264 alarm system, ESIM264
system, ESIM264, alarm system, system or device) has radio transceiver operating in GSM 850/900/1800/1900 bands.
• DO NOT use the system where it can be interfere with other devices and cause any potential danger.
• DO NOT use the system with medical devices.
• DO NOT use the system in hazardous environment.
• DO NOT expose the system to high humidity, chemical environment or mechanical impacts.
• DO NOT attempt to personally repair the system.
• System label is on the bottom side of the device.
GSM alarm system ESIM264 is a device mounted in limited access areas. Any system repairs must be done only by qualified, safety aware personnel.
The system must be powered by main 16-24V 50 Hz ~1.5A max or 18-24V
1,5A max DC power supply which must
be approved by LST EN 60950-1 standard and be easily accessible nearby the device. When connecting the power supply
to the system, switching the pole terminals places does not have any affect.
Any additional devices linked to the system ESIM264 (computer, sensors, relays etc.) must be approved by LST EN 60950-1
standard.
Main power supply can be connected to AC mains only inside installation room with
automatic 2-pole circuit breaker capable of disconnecting circuit in the event of short
circuit or over-current condition. Open circuit breaker must have a gap between connections of more than 3mm and the disconnection current 5A.
Phase
Null
PE
AC/DC
AC 230V
50 Hz/DC 24V
ESIM264
USB cable
Mains power and backup battery must be disconnected before any installation or tuning work starts. The system installation or maintenance must not be done during stormy conditions.
Backup battery must be connected via the connection which in the case of breaking would result in disconnection of one
of battery pole terminals. Special care must be taken when connecting positive and negative battery terminals. Switching
the pole terminals places is NOT allowed.
In order to avoid fire or explosion hazards the system must be used only with approved backup battery.
The device is fully turned off by disconnecting 2-pole switch off device of the main power supply and disconnecting
backup battery connector.
Fuse F1 type – Slow Blown 3A. Replacement fuses have to be exactly the same as indicated by the manufacturer.
If you use I security class computer for setting the parameters it must be connected to earth.
The WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) marking on this product (see left) or its documentation indicates that the
product must not be disposed of together with household waste. To prevent possible harm to human health and/or the environment, the product must be disposed on in an approved and environmentally safe recycling process. For further information on how
to dispose of this product correctly, contact the system supplier, or the local authority responsible for waste disposal in your area.
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Limited Liability
The buyer must agree that the system will reduce the risk of fire, theft, burglary or other dangers but does not guarantee against
such events.
“ELDES UAB” will not take any responsibility regarding personal or property or revenue loss while using the system.
“ELDES UAB” liability according to local laws does not exceed value of the purchased system. “ELDES UAB” is not affiliated with any
of the cellular providers therefore is not responsible for the quality of cellular service.
Manufacturer Warranty
The system carries a 24-month warranty by the manufacturer “ELDES UAB”. Warranty period starts from the day the system has been
purchased by the end user. The warranty is valid only if the system has been used as intended, following all guidelines listed in the
manual and within specified operating conditions. Receipt must be kept as a proof of purchase date.
The warranty is voided if the system has been exposed to mechanical impact, chemicals, high humidity, fluids, corrosive and hazardous environments or other force majeure factors.
Package Content
1. GSM Alarm System ESIM264...............................qty. 1
2. Microphone.................................................................qty.1
3. GSM Antenna............................................................qty. 1
4. Mini Buzzer.................................................................qty. 1
5. Battery Connection Wire.......................................qty. 1
6. User Manual...............................................................qty. 1
7. Resistor 5,6kΩ............................................................qty. 6
8. Resistor 3,3kΩ............................................................qty. 6
About User Manual
This document describes alarm system ESIM264 installation and operation. It is very important to read User Manual before start
using the system.
Copyright © “ELDES UAB”, 2012. All rights reserved
It is not allowed to copy and distribute information in this document or pass to a third party without advanced written authorization
by “ELDES UAB”. “ELDES UAB” reserves the right to update or modify this document and/or related products without a warning. Hereby,
“ELDES UAB” declares that this GSM alarm and management system ESIM264 is in compliance with the essential requirements and other
relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. The declaration of conformity may be consulted at www.eldes.lt
MANUAL ELDES ESIM264 V2.0
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1. General Information
1.1 Functionality
ESIM264 – micro-controller based alarm system for houses, cottages, country homes, garages and other buildings, also capable of
managing electrical appliances via cellular GSM/GPRS network. It can also be used as Intercom system.
The system can be used in the following applications:
• Property security;
• Alarm switch;
• Thermostat, heating and air-conditioner control, temperature monitoring;
• Lighting, garden watering, water pump and other electrical equipment control via SMS messages;
• Remote listening to what is happening in the secured area;
• Main 230V power status with SMS message;
• Two-way intercom device via GSM network.
1.2 Compatible Device Overview
Wired Devices
Device
Description
Max. Connectable Devices
EKB2
LCD keyboard
4*
EKB3
LED keyboard
4*
EA1
Audio output module with 3,5mm jack
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EA2
Audio amplifier module 1W 8Ω
1**
EPGM1
16 zone and 2 PGM output expansion module
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EPGM8
8 PGM output expansion module
1**
Wireless Devices
Device
Description
Max. Connectable Devices
EWT1
Wireless transmitter-receiver extension with external antenna (access point)
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EW1****
Wireless 2 zone and 2 PGM output expansion module
16***
EWP1****
Wireless PIR movement sensor
16***
EWD1****
Wireless magnetic door contact
16***
EWK1****
Wireless key-fob with 4 buttons
16***
EWS1****
Wireless indoor siren
16***
EWS2****
Wireless outdoor siren
16***
* - A mixed combination of EKB2 and EKB3 keyboards is supported. The combination can consist of up to 4 keyboards in total.
** - Only 1 of these modules can be connected at a time.
*** - A mixed combination of wireless devices is supported. The combination can consist of up to 16 wireless devices in total.
**** - EWT1 module for ESIM264 system is required to operate with the wireless devices.
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1.3 Default Parameters & Ways of Parameter Configuration
Main Parameters
Parameter
Default Value
SMS & EKB2 Menu Language
SMS Password
User (Keyboard) Password 1
User (Keyboard) Password 2... 10
Administrator Password
Duress Password
SGS Password
User 1... 5 Phone Number
Allow Only Preset Users
Answer Call
Date & Time
Depends on firmware version according to user‘s location
0000
1111
N/A
1470
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Disabled
N/A
Zones
Parameter
Default Value
Zone Alarm Text
Entry Delay
On-Board Zone Delay
EPGM1 Zone Delay
On-board Z1 Zone Type
Exit Delay
On-board Z2... Z12 Zone Type
Keyboard Zone Type
EPGM1 Zone Type
Wireless Zone Type
Virtual Zone Type
ATZ Mode
Zone Connection Type when ATZ Mode Disabled
Zone Connection Type when ATZ Mode Enabled
On-board Zone Status
Keyboard Zone Status
EPGM1 Zone Status
Wireless Zone Status
Virtual Zone Status
Stay Mode for Particular Zone
Arm-Disarm by Zone
Force Mode for Particular Zone
Tamper Name
Chime
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Type 1
Type 4
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Tamper 1, Tamper 2, Tamper 3, Tamper 4, Tamper 5, Tamper 6 etc.
Enabled
PGM Outputs
Default Value
PGM Output Name
PGM Output Status
EPGM8 PGM Output Status
EPGM1 PGM Output Status
Wireless PGM Output Status
Wireless PGM Output Type
Automatic PGM Output Control 1... 16
Automatic PGM Output Control Management
Scheduler 1... 16
Turn ON/OFF PGM Output by Timer
EPGM8 Mode
C1 – Controll1, C2 – Controll2, C3 – Controll3, C4 – Controll4 etc.
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled
Depends on the connected wireless device
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Siren
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Default Value
Siren Alarm Duration
Bell Squawk
Siren ON if RF Signal is Lost
1 minute
Disabled
Disabled
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SMS
EKB2 EKB3
Z1 - Door sensor triggered, Z2 - Windows sensor triggered, Z3 - Fire sensor
triggered, Z4 - Motion1 sensor triggered, Z5 - Motion2 sensor triggered, 
Z6 - Motion3 sensor triggered etc.
15 seconds
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800 milliseconds
800 milliseconds
Delay
15 seconds
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Instant
Instant
Instant
Depends on the connected wireless device
Follow
Disabled
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MANUAL ELDES ESIM264 V2.0
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Periodic Info SMS, Alarm Notifications & Arm/Disarm Notifications
Parameter
Default Value
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SMS
EKB2 EKB3
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Periodic Info SMS
Period – 1; Time - 11
Disable Call in Case of Alarm
Disabled
Disable SMS in Case of Alarm
Disabled
SMS to All Users in Case of Alarm
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Notification about Arming/Disarming
Enabled
Notification about Arming/Disarming to All
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Users
Temperature Limit Info, Main Power Status & iButton Key Mode
Configurable by:
Parameter
Default Value
SMS
EKB2 EKB3
Temperature Limit Info SMS
Enabled
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Temperature Limit MIN Value
N/A
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Temperature Limit MAX Value
N/A
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Checking Main Power Status
Enabled
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Main Power Failure Delay
30 seconds
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Main Power Restore Delay
120 seconds
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New iButton Key Mode
Disabled
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Partitions
Configurable by:
Parameter
Default Value
SMS
EKB2 EKB3
Partition 0 Name
PART0
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Partition 1 Name
PART1
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Keyboard 1... 4 Partition
PART0
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Keyboard Partition Switch
Disabled
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Keyboard 1... 10 Password Partition
PART0
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User 1... 5 Partition
PART0
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iButton 1.. 10 Partition
PART0
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Monitoring Station
Configurable by:
Parameter
Default Value
SMS
EKB2 EKB3
CID Mode
Disabled
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CID Messages
All Enabled
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User Messages when CID Mode Enabled
All Disabled
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Account (Alarm System ID)
9999
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Monitoring Station Phone Number 1... 3
N/A
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Call Attempts
3
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Monitoring Station Phone Number (CSD)
N/A
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CSD Attempts
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Server IP Address (GPRS)
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DNS1 Server IP Address (GPRS)
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DNS2 Server IP Address (GPRS)
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Protocol (GPRS)
TCP
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Server Port (GPRS)
20000
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Local Port (GPRS)
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APN (GPRS)
N/A
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User (GPRS)
N/A
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Password (GPRS)
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Profile
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Primary Communication
GPRS Network
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Backup Communication 1... 3
N/A
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GPRS Attempts
3
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Delay Between Attempts
600 seconds
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Device ID (GPRS)
0000
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Test Period
180 seconds
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Additional Parameters
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Parameter
Default Value
SMS
EKB2 EKB3
Event Log
Enabled
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Microphone Level
12
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Speaker Level
85
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GSM Loss Indication by PGM Output
N/A
Message ARMED on EKB2 screen
Disabled
GSM Loss Indication PGM Output Delay
180 seconds
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2. Technical Specifications
2.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics
Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics
Main Power Supply
16-24V 50 Hz ~1.5A max / 18-24V
Current in Standby without External Sensors and Keyboard
Up to 80mA
Recommended Backup Battery Voltage, Capacity
12V; 1,3-7Ah
Recommended Backup Battery Type
Lead-Acid
Maximum Battery Charge Current
900mA
GSM Modem Frequency
850/900/1800/1900MHz
Number of Zones on Board
6 (ATZ mode: 12)
Nominal Zone Resistance
5,6kΩ (ATZ Mode: 5,6kΩ and 3,3kΩ)
Number of PGM Outputs on Board
4
PGM Output C1-C4 Circuit
1R
OUT
Open Collector Output.
Output is pulled to COM
when turned ON.
Maximum Commuting PGM Output Values
Voltage – 30V; Current – 100mA;
Siren Output when Activated
Connected to COM
BELL Maximum Siren Output Current
500mA
Auxiliary Equipment Power Supply Voltage
13,8V DC
1,5A max
Maximum Accumulative Current of Auxiliary Equipment and Siren 1A
+5V Maximum Current of Buzzer
150mA
Supply Voltage of Buzzer
5V DC
Dimensions
140x100x18mm
Operating Temperature Range
-20...+550C
Supported Temperature Sensor Model
Maxim®/Dallas® DS18S20, DS18B20
Maximum Cable Length for 1-Wire® Communication
up to 30 meters
Supported iButton® Key Model
Maxim®/Dallas® DS1990A
Supported Quantity of Keyboards
4 x EKB2 / EKB3
Maximum Cable Length for RS485 Communication
up to 100 meters
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
Event Log Size
1000 events
Maximum Supported Quantity of Zones
44
Maximum Supported Quantity of PGM Outputs
44
Communications
SMS, Ademco Contact ID®: Voice calls (GSM audio
channel), GPRS network, RS485, CSD
* only for system ESIM264 with module EWT1
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STATUS
PWR
Z6
Z5
Z4
Z3
Z2
Z1
C1
C2
NETWORK
2.2 Main Unit, LED & Connector Functionality
Main Unit Functionality
GSM network 850/900/1800/1900MHz
modem
SIM CARD
SIM card slot / holder
DEF
Pins for restoring default settings
USB
Mini USB port
C4
C3
SIM
CARD
GSM
MODEM
DEF
3A
PRG
USB
FUSE F1
3A fuse
ANTENNA
GSM antenna SMA type connector
MODULES (EWT1,
EA1, EA2, EPGM8)
Additional module slots
FOR
EWT1
FOR EA1/
EA2/EPGM8
AKU+
AKU-
AC/DC
AC/DC
AUX+
AUXBELL+
BELLCOM
G
Y
C2
C1
BUZ+
BUZMIC+
MIC+5V
DATA
COM
Z6
COM
Z5
Z4
COM
Z3
Z2
COM
Z1
LED Functionality
NETWORK GSM network signal strength
Fig. No.1
C2, C1
PGM output C1, C2 status – on/off
Z1
Zone Z1 state – alarm/restore (ATZ mode: Z1 and Z7)
Z2
Zone Z2 state – alarm/restore (ATZ mode: Z2 and Z8)
Z3
Zone Z3 state – alarm/restore (ATZ mode: Z3 and Z9)
Z4
Zone Z4 state – alarm/restore (ATZ mode: Z4 and Z10)
Z5
Zone Z5 state – alarm/restore (ATZ mode: Z5 and Z11)
Z6
Zone Z6 state – alarm/restore (ATZ mode: Z6 and Z12)
PWR
Power supply status
STATUS
Micro-controller status
Connector Functionality
Z1 - Z6
Security zones
COM
Common return contact for all zones
DATA
1-Wire® interface for iButton® key & temperature sensor connection
+5V
Temperature sensor power supply contact (+5V)
MIC-
Microphone negative contact
MIC+
Microphone positive contact
BUZ-
Mini buzzer negative contact
BUZ+
Mini buzzer positive contact
C1 - C4
PGM outputs
Y
RS485 interface for communication (yellow wire)
G
RS485 interface for communication (green wire)
COM
Common return contact
BELL-
Siren negative contact
BELL+
Siren positive contact
AUX-
Negative power supply contact for auxiliary equipment
AUX+
Positive power supply contact for auxiliary equipment
AC/DC
Main power supply contacts
AKU-
Backup battery negative contact
AKU+
Backup battery positive contact
12
FUSE
GSM MODEM
ANTENNA
SMA
2.3 Wiring Diagrams
2.3.1 General Wiring
AKU+
AKU-
Backup Battery
12V 1.3-7Ah
AC/DC
AC/DC
AUX+
AUXBELL+
BELLCOM
G
Y
C2
C1
BUZ+
BUZMIC+
MIC+5V
DATA
COM
Z6
COM
Z5
Z4
COM
Z3
Z2
COM
Z1
Metal box
PE contact
Fuse 500 mA
~16-24V
Z6
5.6k
5.6k
5.6k
5.6k
5.6k
Z5
Z4
Z3
Z2
Z1
BUZ
MIC
SIREN
Fig. No. 2
~230V 50Hz
EPGM1
500 mA max.
iButton®
key reader
Relay
module
EKB3
Temperature sensor
EKB2
2.3.2 Zone Connection Types
Type 1
Type 2
Normally open contact
with 5,6KΩ end of line
resistor
Type 3
Tamper and 5,6KΩ
end of line resistor
and 3,3KΩ end of line
resistor with normally
closed contact
Normally closed contact with 5,6KΩ end of
line resistor
Type 4
Type 5
ATZ Mode: 5,6KΩ end
of line resistor and normally closed contact
with 3,3KΩ end of line
resistor and normally
closed contact
ATZ Mode: Tamper,
5,6KΩ end of line
resistor, 5,6KΩ end of
line resistor with normally closed contact
and 3,3KΩ end of line
resistor with normally
closed contact.
Fig. No. 3
2.3.3 Siren
Fig. No. 4
ESIM264
BELL-
BELL+
BELL-
RED +
NOTE: BELL- is the commuted
contact intended for siren control.
ESIM264
BELL+
AUX-
GND
+12V
BLACK -
2-wired siren
1. Connect positive siren wire (red)
to BELL+ contact.
2. Connect negative siren wire
(black) to BELL- contact.
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BELL
Self-contained siren
1. Connect negative GND siren wire to AUX- contact.
2. Controlling BELL siren wire must be connected to BELL- contact.
3. Connect positive +12V siren wire to BELL+ contact.
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2.3.4 iButton® Key Reader & Mini Buzzer
Supported iButton® Key Model: Maxim®/Dallas® DS1990A
The iButton® key reader can be installed with mini buzzer or separately. The mini buzzer is
intended for audio indication of Entry/Exit Delay countdown providing short beeps.
1. Connect iButton® key reader contact wires to 1-Wire® interface: COM and DATA
contacts respecti­vely.
2. Connect mini buzzer negative contact wire to BUZ- and positive contact wire to
BUZ+.
3. Additionally, a LED indicator for visual indication can be installed in parallel to mini
buzzer or instead. Connect LED anode contact to BUZ- and cathode to BUZ+.
ESIM264
COM DATA
BUZ- BUZ+
MINI BUZZER
NOTE: The installation of mini buzzer is not necessary if EKB/EKB3 keyboard is used.
ATTENTION: The wire length for connection to 1-Wire® interface can be up to 30
meters max.
iButton®
key reader
DS1990A
2.3.5 Temperature Sensor & iButton® Key Reader
Fig. No. 5
Supported iButton® Key Model: Maxim®/Dallas® DS1990A
Supported Temperature Sensor Model: Maxim®/Dallas® DS18S20, DS18B20
ESIM264
ESIM264
COM DATA +5V
COM DATA +5V
1
2
1. Connect temperature sensor 1, 2, 3 contacts to 1-Wire® interface: COM, DATA and +5V contacts respectively.
2. When connecting iButton® key reader in parallel to temperature sensor, connect iButton® key reader contact wires to COM
and DATA contacts respectively.
ATTENTION: The wire length for connection to 1-Wire® interface
can be up to 30 meters max.
3
TEMPERATURE SENSOR
DS18S20, DS18B20
DS18S20, DS18B20
TEMPERATURE SENSOR
GND DATA +5V
1 2 3
1
3
2
BOTTOM VIEW
iButton®
key reader
Fig. No. 6
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DS1990A
2.3.6 Relay Finder® 40.61.9.12 with Terminal Socket 95.85.3
Fig. No. 7
ESIM264
C1
AUX+
LED
COIL
A2
A1
RELAY
1. Wire up relay A2 contact to PGM output Cx and A1 contact to AUX+.
2. In addition, connect LED anode contact to relay A2 contact and cathode to A1 contact.
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2.3.7 Keyboards
Parallel Wiring
Fig. No. 8
ESIM264
Y
G
AUX- AUX+
5,6kΩ
VIN
Z2
COM
Z1
Y
G
AUX- AUX+
COM
Z1
EKB2
G
Y
COM
EKB3
5,6kΩ
ATTENTION: When wiring more than 1 keyboard, please, make sure that the set address of each keyboard is different.
NOTE: You may connect only 1 EKB2/EKB3 keyboard or a mixed combination of EKB2 and EKB3 keyboards. The combination
can consist of up to 4 keyboards in total.
For more details, please, refer to chapters 7.1 EKB2 - LCD Keyboard and 7.2 EKB3 - LED Keyboard
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Serial Wiring
Fig. No. 9
ESIM264
Y G
AUX- AUX+
5,6kΩ
Z2
COM
Z1
Y
G AUX-
AUX+
EKB3
VIN
COM
Z1
EKB2
G
Y
COM
5,6kΩ
ATTENTION: When wiring more than 1 keyboard, please, make sure that the set address of each keyboard is different.
NOTE: You may connect only 1 EKB2/EKB3 keyboard or a mixed combination of EKB2 and EKB3 keyboards. The combination
can consist of up to 4 keyboards in total.
For more details, please, refer to chapters 7.1 EKB2 - LCD Keyboard and 7.2 EKB3 - LED Keyboard
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3. Installation
The system can be installed only in a metal or non-flammable enclosure. When using the metal enclosure it is necessary to ground it
using yellow/green colour cable. For the connection of 230V transformer use 3x0.75 mm2 1 thread double isolated cable. The primary
circuit of the transformer must be connected through 0.5A fuse. 230V power supply cables must not be grouped with low voltage
cable group. For the connection of power supply and output connectors use 1 thread 2x0.75 mm2 cable. For the connection of zone/
PGM output connectors use 0.50 mm2 1 thread cable.
1. Place the SIM card into the card holder and make sure that PIN code request is disabled. The PIN code can be disabled by
inserting the SIM card into a mobile phone and following proper menu steps. There must be no SMS messages stored in the
memory.
ATTENTION: The system is NOT compatible with pure 3G SIM cards. Only 2G SIM cards and 3G SIM cards with 2G profile
enabled are supported. For more details, please, contact your GSM operator.
2. Connect the antenna.
3. Install the mini buzzer close to iButton® key reader (if any) in order to hear alarm system arming and disarming countdown
period. A LED can be used in parallel to mini buzzer, or both at once. ED1 is recommended for convenient installation.
4. Wire up the system according to the wiring diagrams. See chapter 2.3 Wiring Diagrams for more details.
5. Connect the resistors and sensors to the system according to one of the selected zone connection types. See chapter 2.3.2
Zone Connection Types for more details.
6. Connect the backup battery and main power supply (transformer).
7. The system starts up in less than a minute. LED PWR indicates main power supply status. LED STATUS should be blinking indicating successful micro-controller operation. In addition, the system sends an SMS message to a preset User 1 phone number.
8. System is ready for use.
The installation of iButton® key reader, EKB2/EKB3, EWK1 wireless key-fob is not mandatory. However it is recommended
to have those devices installed as an emergency switch in case your mobile phone is switched off or missing.
To increase system reliability, it is recommended not to use prepaid SIM cards. The system would fail to send any messages upon depletion of prepaid account. In addition it is recommended to disable call forwarding and voice mail feature.
It is highly recommended to choose the same GSM cellular provider both for users and for ESIM264 system in order to
assure fast and reliable SMS message delivery and phone call connection.
Even though alarm system ESIM264 installation process is not too complicated, we still recommend to perform it by a
person with basic knowledge in electrical engineering and electronics to avoid any system damage.
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4. Operation Description
4.1 Arming & Disarming
ESIM264 alarm system arming and disarming process can be performed:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
by entering a valid 1 out of 10 user (keyboard) passwords using EKB2/EKB3 keyboard;
by making a free call to the system from any out of 5 preset user phone numbers;
by sending an SMS message to the system from any out of 5 preset user phone numbers (possible to arm/disarm both
system partitions at once);
by touching 1 out of 5 iButton® keys to a reader;
using EWK1 wireless key-fob;
by violating/restoring a zone set up to operate under Arm-Disarm by Zone mode;
using EGR100 GPRS software at the monitoring station site.
The system initiates the Exit Delay countdown intended for user to leave the secured area when the system is being armed. During
the countdown period the mini buzzer (if any) is providing short beeps and/or LED (if any) is providing illumination signals. By default,
Exit Delay duration is 15 seconds. After the countdown is complete the system becomes armed and locks the configuration possibility
by keyboard (if any). In case the user does not leave the secured area before the countdown is complete, the system switches to Stay
mode if at least 1 zone is set up to operate under Stay mode. By default, if there is at least 1 violated zone or tamper, the user will not
be able to arm the alarm system until the violated zone or tamper is restored. In case it is required to arm the alarm system despite the
violated zone presence, the violated zone can be bypassed or set up to operate under Force mode.
The system initiates the Entry Delay countdown intended for system disarming after the user enters the secured area. The mini buzzer
(if any) is providing short beeps and/or LED (if any) is providing illumination signals during the countdown period . By default, Entry
Delay duration is 15 seconds. The system unlocks the keyboard (if any) after the user successfully performs the disarming process. The
alarm will be caused in case the user does not disarm the alarm system during the Entry Delay countdown.
NOTE: There is no Exit Delay countdown when arming the alarm system by phone call, SMS message or EGR100 GPRS software.
For more details, please, refer to chapter 5.4.5 Arming & Disarming the System.
4.2 Zones
ESIM264 alarm system has 6 built-in on-board zones with expansion possibility for additional sensor connection. The number of
zones can be expanded by:
• enabling the ATZ mode which doubles the on-board zone quantity;
• connecting EPGM1 - zone & PGM output expansion module;
• connecting the keyboards;
• adding the wireless devices;
• creating the virtual zones manually.
The maximum supported zone quantity is 44.
ESIM264 zones are classified by 5 categories:
Zone Category
Description
Max. Quantity of
Zones per Device
Max. Quantity of
Zones in Total
On-board Zones
Built-in wired zones of ESIM264 alarm system.
6/12*
6/12*
Keyboard Zones
Built-in wired zones of EKB2/EKB3 keyboard.
1
4
EPGM1 Zones
Built-in wired zones of EPGM1 - zone & PGM output expansion 16
module.
16
Wireless Zones
Non-physical zones automatically created by connected wireless 2**
devices.
32***
Virtual Zones
Non-physical zones intended for alarm activation by EWK1 wire- 32****
less key-fob and manually created by the user using ELDES Configuration Tool.
32****
* - 6 zone-mode is enabled by default. ATZ mode doubles the zone quantity and increases it to 12 in total.
** - Depends on the connected wireless device.
*** - Available only if no keyboard zones, EPGM1 zones and virtual zones are present.
**** - Available only if no keyboard zones, EPGM1 zones and wireless zones are present.
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Any zone can be set up to operate under one of these types:
• Follow – Follow zone is inactive and alarm is not caused during Entry/Exit Delay countdown. In case of Follow zone violation
before Exit Delay countdown the alarm is caused immediately. This zone type is usually used in case it is necessary to violate
this zone in the secured area during Entry/Exit Delay countdown.
• Instant – After the system is armed, the alarm is caused instantly in case of Instant zone violation. This zone type is usually
used for door, window and other sensors.
• Delay – In case of Delay zone violation the alarm is not caused for a set period of time - Entry/Exit Delay countdown. In case
the zone of this type is not violated during arming process, the system enters into Stay mode. It is highly recommended to
use this zone type at entrance/exit points of secured areas.
• 24H – This zone type is intended for securing the areas which require monitoring 24/7. In case of 24H zone violation the
alarm is caused even when the alarm system is disarmed.
• Fire – This zone type is intended for fire/smoke detectors and is always active. The alarm is caused even when the alarm
system is disarmed. Fire zone alarm is pulse type (with pauses).
• Silent – Silent zone type operates in the same way as 24H zone type, but in case of alarm the siren is not activated.
Any zone can be set up to operate under these modes:
• Stay – This mode enables the user to arm and disarm the alarm system while staying inside the secured area. The system
goes into Stay mode in case the Delay zone is not violated during the Exit Delay countdown (the user does not leave the secured area). In case a zone operating under Stay mode is violated after the alarm system is armed, the alarm is not caused.
Stay mode is not activated if the user leaves the secured premises during Exit Delay countdown or if none of the zones are
configured to operate under Stay mode. This mode is not supported by virtual zones.
• Force - This mode allows the user to arm the alarm system even if the zone operating under Force mode is violated. This
zone begins operating according to its‘ type and does not ignore violation after the system is armed and the zone is restored.
• Arm-Disarm by Zone – This mode allows to set up a zone for arming and disarming the alarm system when the zone gets
violated and restored. This process is performed by providing a “low” level pulse longer than 3 secs. into the specified zone.
It means that violating and restoring the zone leads to system arming and by repeating this action the system becomes
disarmed. This mode can be set up for 1 on-board zone only.
• Delay Zone becomes Instant in Stay Mode - Every Delay zone can operate and act as Instant when the system is operating in Stay mode. When the alarm system is operating in normal mode, the Delay zone operates as described above.
For more details, please, refer to ELDES Configuration Tool software’s HELP section and chapter 5.4.6 Zones.
4.3 Programmable Outputs (PGM)
The system ESIM264 has 4 built-in on-board PGM outputs allowing to connect and control various electrical appliances: water pumps,
heating, lighting, blinds etc. The number of PGM outputs can be expanded by:
• connecting EPGM8 - PGM output expansion module;
• connecting EPGM1 - zone & PGM output expansion module;
• adding the wireless devices.
The maximum supported PGM output quantity is 44.
ESIM264 PGM outputs are classified by 4 categories:
PGM Output Category Description
Max. Quantity of
PGM Outputs per
Device
Max. Quantity of
PGM Outputs in
Total
On-board PGM Outputs Built-in wired PGM outputs of ESIM264 alarm system.
4
4
EPGM8 PGM Outputs
Built-in wired PGM outputs of EPGM8 - PGM output expan8
sion module.
8
EPGM1 PGM Outputs
Built-in wired PGM outputs of EPGM1 - zone & PGM output
2
expansion module.
2
Wireless PGM Outputs
Non-physical PGM outputs automatically created by con2*
nected wireless devices.
32**
* - Depends on the connected wireless device.
** - Available only if no EPGM1 PGM outputs and no EPGM8 PGM outputs are present.
For more details, please, refer to ELDES Configuration Tool software’s HELP section and chapter 5.4.7 PGM Outputs.
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4.4 Wireless Devices
ESIM264 with installed EWT1 module operates as an access point for ELDES wireless devices: PIR movement sensor EWP1, expansion
module EW1, sirens EWS1 & EWS2, magnetic door contact EWD1 and key-fob EWK1. Up to 16 ELDES wireless devices located at up to
30 meters (up to 150 meters in open areas) radius range from ESIM264 alarm system with EWT1 can be connected at a time. According to wireless device type and quantity the system adds wireless zones (RF zones) and wireless PGM outputs (RF outputs), therefore
totally 32 wireless zones and/or 32 wireless PGM outputs can be added to the system. ELDES wireless connection operates at 868MHz
non-licensed frequency. For more details, please, refer to chapter 8. ELDES Wireless Devices.
4.5 RS485 Interface
ESIM264 has an RS485 interface supporting up to 4 EKB2 and/or EKB3 keyboards. This feature allows to install more than one alarm
system control point in the secured area in order to be able to arm and disarm the alarm system at several entrance points.
The RS485 interface is also intended for EPGM1 module connection and data channel connection to monitoring station.
For more details, please, refer to chapter 7. Wired Devices.
4.6 1-Wire® Interface
The implemented 1-Wire® interface enables the iButton® key reader connection to ESIM264. The system supports unlimited quantity
of iButton® key readers. For more details, please, refer to chapter 7.7 iButton® Key Reader & Keys.
1-Wire® interface is also intended for temperature sensor connection. Only 1 temperature sensor can be connected to ESIM264 system. For more details, please, refer to chapter 5.4.12 Temperature Change Notifications.
In order to assure a stable signal between the connected iButton® reader/temperature sensor and 1-Wire® interface, the cable length
must not exceed 30 meters.
4.7 Backup Battery, Main Power Failure & Memory
The system supports a backup battery maintaining system power supply in case of main power failure. In addition the implemented
battery status feature checks the backup battery resistance once a day and sends an SMS report to all preset users on battery replacement in case more than 1,5Ω resistance is detected. This feature is permanently enabled and cannot be disabled manually.
NOTE: Backup battery is optional and does not come in standard package.
The configuration settings and event log records are stored in a built-in EEPROM memory, therefore even in case of full system shut
down, the configuration and event log remains saved.
ATTENTION: It is forbidden to switch backup battery pole terminals places, otherwise this will lead to blown fuse.
For more details, please, refer to chapter 5.4.13 Main Power Supply Status Notifications.
4.8 Communication with Monitoring Station
GSM alarm system ESIM264 supports data transmission to monitoring station by the following meth­ods: Voice Calls (GSM audio
channel), GPRS network, RS485 data channel or CSD (Circuit Switched Data). All of these data transmission methods can be set as
primary or backup communication in any sequence order. For more details, please, refer to HELP section of ELDES Configuration Tool
and chapter 9. Monitoring Station.
4.9 GSM Loss Indication
ESIM264 alarm system features an indication when the GSM signal is lost. In case of such failure, the system not only turns off the
NETWORK LED, but also turns on the specified PGM output if the GSM signal is lost for longer period than the set delay value. The
PGM output is turned of once the GSM signal is restored. This feature can be configured using ELDES Configuration Tool software. For
more details, please, refer to software’s HELP section.
4.10 Partitions
ESIM264 supports 2 partitions (PART0 - partition 0 & PART1 - partition 1) dividing the alarm system into 2 separate system sections.
Every system partition operates independently from each other, therefore this feature is useful for securing 2 different areas by using
1 alarm system unit. By default all users, zones, user (keyboard) passwords, keyboards, iButton® keys are assigned to partition 0. For
more details, please, refer to chapter 5.4.16 Partitions.
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5. Configuration & Control
ATTENTION! In this user manual the underscore symbol ”_” represents one <space> character. Every underscore symbol
must be replaced by a single <space> character. There must be no <spaces> or other unnecesary characters at the beginning and at the end of the message. XXXX – 4-digit SMS password (the default SMS password is 0000 – four zeros).
The system configuration and control can be performed by sending SMS messages to ESIM264 phone number, using EKB2 keyboard,
EKB3 keyboard, via USB or GPRS connection remotely using ELDES Configuration Tool software, which is recommended for quick and
more convenient system configuration.
5.1 Primary System Configuration
NETWORK LED Indication
1. Connect the main power supply and wait until PWR LED lights up.
OFF
2. The illuminated NETWORK LED indicates that the system suFlashing every 3 sec.
ccessfully registered to GSM network.
Flashing every 1 sec.
3. Find the best GSM antenna position by following NETWORK LED
Flashing several times per sec.
indications in order to get the strongest GSM signal. Possible indiSolid ON
cations are mentioned in the table.
4. Set the language. See chapter 5.4.1 SMS Language for more details.
5. Change the default SMS password. See chapter 5.4.2 Passwords for
more details.
6. Set the phone number for User 1. See chapter 5.4.3 User Phone Numbers for more details.
GSM Signal Strength
No GSM signal
Poor
Medium
Good
Excellent
After completing these steps the system is ready for further configuration.
If you fail to receive an SMS reply from the system, please, check the SMS centre phone number.
Set SMS Centre
Phone Number
SMS centre phone number is stored in a SIM card by the GSM operator, therefore if the
SIM card has already been successfully used to send SMS messages from a mobile phone,
then it is not necessary to change the SMS centre number.
SMS
SMS text:
0000_SMS_+37011111111
Example: 0000_SMS_+37069899992
5.2 Ways of System Configuration
SMS
EKB2
In order to configure and control the system using SMS message, send the text command to the ESIM264 system phone
number from one of the preset user phone numbers. The structure of SMS message consists of 4 digit SMS password (the
default SMS password is 0000 – four zeros), the parameter and value. For some parameters the value does not apply, i.e.
STATUS.
The system configuration and control with EKB2 keyboard is performed by navigating throughout the menu section list
displayed on LCD screen. To navigate in the menu path, touch ↓, ↑ keys to select the desired menu section and touch OK
key to open the selected section. To enter a required value, use 0... 9 keys and touch OK key for value confirmation or cancel/go one menu section back by touching ← key. The value can be typed in directly by touching 0... 9 keys while highlighting the desired menu section. EKB2 menu type is “circle”, therefore when the last section in the menu list is selected,
you will be brought back to the beginning of the list after pressing the ↓ key. In this installation manual, the menu path
is provided under “tree” view by starting at main screen view. Valid parameter values and range are indicated in brackets.
NOTE: Menu section CONFIGURATION is secured with administrator password. The default administrator password is 1470.
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EKB3
The system configuration and control with EKB3 keyboard is performed by activating the Configuration Mode using the
administrator password (the default administrator password is 1470) and entering a valid configuration command using
the number keys (0... 9) and [#] key for confirmation. The indication of each pressed key is provided by zone red LEDs
when entering a configuration command. The structure of standard configuration command is a combination of digits.
EKB3 configuration command and valid parameter value range are indicated in brackets.
Configuration
Mode
This command activates and deactivates the Configuration Mode.
EKB3
Enter administrator password:
[*xxxx#]
Value: xxxx – 4-digit adiministrator password.
EKB3 indications which are relevant during Configuration Mode are described in the table below.
Indication
Description
Red LED ARMED flashing
Configuration mode activated successfully.
Yellow LED SYSTEM flashing
Valid parameter is entered and waiting for value.
1 Long Beep
Non-existing command or parameter value entered.
3 Short Beeps
Command entered successfully.
NOTE: The system can be configured using one keyboard at a time only. Other connected keyboards become inactive in Configuration Mode.
CONFIGURATION
TOOL
Software ELDES Configuration Tool is intended to work directly with ESIM264 alarm system, which can be connected to
the computer via USB port or via GPRS connection remotely. This software simplifies system configuration process by allowing to use a personal computer in the process. Before starting to use ELDES Configuration Tool, please, read user guide
available in the software’s HELP section.
ELDES Configuration Tool is freeware and can be downloaded from ELDES website at: www.eldes.lt
5.3 Remote System Configuration via GPRS Connection
Before configuring ESIM264 remotely via GPRS connection, make sure that:
• SIM card is inserted into ESIM264 device.
• Mobile internet service is enabled on the SIM card.
• Power supply is connected to ESIM264.
• Default SMS password is changed to a new 4-digit password;
• At least User1 phone number is set up.
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5.3.1 Establishing Remote Connection Between ESIM264 System and Configuration Server
Initiate the
Connection to
ELDES Server
In order to activate a remote GPRS connection between ESIM264 system and ELDES configuration server, please, send the following SMS message from user phone number.
Upon the successful SMS message delivery, the system establishes a connection session for
20 minutes. An SMS reply, containing device IMEI number and confirming a successful connection establishment, is sent shortly.
SMS
SMS text:
XXXX_stconfig
Example: 1111_stconfig
Initiate the
Connection to
Third-Party Server
In case it is necessary to establish a connection between ESIM264 system and a third-party
configuration server, send the following SMS message.
SMS
SMS text:
XXXX_stconfig:IPaddress:Port
Value: Ipaddress – public IP address of third-party configuration server; Port – port
number of third-party configuration server
Example: 1111_stconfig:62.80.115.102:4522
5.3.2 Connecting to ELDES Configuration Server
using ELDES Configuration Tool Software
5.3.2.1 Run ELDES Configuration Tool software.
5.3.2.2 Press Remote Configuration button.
5.3.2.3 In the next window, select Connect to Remote Server (recommended) and press Next button.
5.3.2.4 Enter the received IMEI number in Device IMEI entry.
5.3.2.5 Press Continue button.
5.3.2.6 Upon the successfully established connection, the system prompts for an administrator password.
5.3.2.7 By entering a valid administrator password, the system grants access to full configuration remotely..
5.3.2.8 Remote Configuration Management window displays all performed configuration actions.
5.3.3 Ending the Configuration Process
Shut down the
Connection with
the Server
After the system configuration is complete, use one of the following methods to end the configuration process:
- Press Disconnect button and close ELDES Configuration Tool software;
- Wait for the system to reply with an SMS message confirming the end of the session;
- Shut down the connection with the server at any time by sending an SMS message.
SMS
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SMS text:
XXXX_endconfig
Example: 1111_endconfig
5.4 Parameter Configuration Set (SMS, EKB2, EKB3)
5.4.1 SMS Language
Set SMS Language
This command sets the language for SMS message replies. The user is is allowed to switch
between two languages only - the default language (depending on his/her location) and English.
EKB2 keyboard menu language depends on default language of the system firmware.
SMS
SMS text:
LL
Value: LL – system language, possible values – LT, RU, EN, EE, LV, CZ, SK, GR, FI
Example: EN
EKB2
EKB3
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION →PRIMARY SET →SMS LANGUAGE →LITHUANIAN /
RUSSIAN / ENGLISH / ESTONIAN / LATVIAN / CZECH / SLOVAKIAN / GREEK / FINNISH
Enter parameter 35 and language index number:
[3500#] - Lithuanian
[3501#] - Russian
[3502#] - English
[3503#] - Estonian
[3504#] - Latvian
[3505#] - Czech
[3506#] - Slovakian
[3507#] - Greek
NOTE: In order to change the SMS language in a configured system (after changing the SMS password), please, use ELDES Configuration Tool software.
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5.4.2 Passwords
NOTE: All passwords consist of 4 digits. Non-numerical characters like letters, dots, colons, spaces are not allowed.
Set SMS Password
The 4-digit SMS password intended for system configuration and control by SMS messages.
Manufacturer default SMS password is 0000 (four zeros) which is NECESSARY to change.
SMS
SMS text:
YYYY_PSW_XXXX
Value: YYYY – old 4-digit password, range - [0000... 9999]; XXXX – new 4-digit password, range - [0000... 9999]
Example: 0000_PSW_1111
EKB2
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → PASSWORD → PSW FOR SMS → [XXXX]
Value: [XXXX] – 4-digit SMS password, range - [0000... 9999]
EKB3
Enter parameter 14 and SMS password:
[14xxxx#]
Value: xxxx – 4-digit SMS password, range - [0000... 9999]
Set User (Keyboard)
Password
4-digit password intended for arming and disarming the alarm system using a keyboard. Up
to 10 different user (keyboard) passwords can be set. Newly added user (keyboard) password
is automatically assigned to the same partition as the keyboard. The default user (keyboard)
password1 is 1111 and it is pre-assigned to partition 0.
SMS
EKB2
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → PASSWORD → KEYBOARD PSW → PSW [1... 10] →
PASSWORD → [XXXX]
Value: [XXXX] – 4-digit user (keyboard) password, range - [0000... 9999]
EKB3
a) Enter parameter 63, old user (keyboard) password & new user (keyboard)
password:
[63yyyyxxxx#]
Value: yyyy – old user (keyboard) password, range – [0000... 9999]; xxxx – new user
(keyboard) password, range – [0000... 9999].
b) Enter parameter 15, user (keyboard) password number & new user (keyboard) password:
[15yyxxxx#]
Value: yy – user (keyboard) password number, range – [01... 10]; xxxx – new user
(keyboard) password, range – [0000... 9999]
NOTE: The system does not allow to add a duplicate password.
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Delete User
(Keyboard) Password
This command erases a particular user (keyboard) password. It is possible to delete the pass­
word assigned to the same partition as the keyboard only.
SMS
EKB2
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → PASSWORD → KEYBOARD PSW →
REMOVE PSW → [XXXX]
Value: [XXXX] – 4-digit user (keyboard) password, range - [0000... 9999]
EKB3
Enter parameter 65 & user (keyboard) password:
[65xxxx#]
Value: xxxx – 4-digit user (keyboard) password, range - [0000... 9999]
See also chapter 5.4.16 Partitions.
Set Administrator
Password
The 4-digit administrator password providing access to system configuration. It is recommended to change the default admin password which is 1470.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Set Duress
Password
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → PASSWORD → ADMIN PSW → [XXXX]
Value: [XXXX] – 4-digit administrator password, range - [0000... 9999]
Enter parameter 16 & administrator password:
[16xxxx#]
Value: xxxx – 4-digit administrator password, range - [0000... 9999]
This command assigns one of the user (keyboard) passwords which is used in case of alarm
sys­tem disarm demanded by force. The system also sends a silent alert data message to
monito­ring station after system disarming using this password.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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N/A
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → PASSWORD → KEYBOARD PSW →
DURESS PSW → N/A / [1... 10]
Enter parameter 73 & user (keyboard) password number:
[73xx#]
Value: xx – user (keyboard) password number, range - [01... 10]
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Set Security Guard
Service Password
This command assigns one of the user (keyboard) passwords which is used to notify the
monito­ring station about the arrival of security guards. The system transmits a data message
to the monitoring station and disarms the alarm system after entering this password.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → PASSWORD → KEYBOARD PSW →
SGS PSW → N/A / [1... 10]
Enter parameter 74 & user (keyboard) password number:
[74xx#]
Value: xx – user (keyboard) password number, range - [01... 10]
5.4.3 User Phone Numbers
Set User Phone
Number
The system supports up to 5 authorized phone number entries allowing system configuration
and control by SMS. User 1 phone number is mandatory while other phone number entries
are not necessary. All numbers must be entered starting with international country code e.g.
44[area code][local number]. The plus symbol is not necessary.
SMS
SMS text:
XXXX_NR1:YYYYYYYYYYYYYYY_NR2:VVVVVVVVVVVVVVV_ NR3:ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ_
NR4:UUUUUUUUUUUUUUU_NR5:NNNNNNNNNNNNNNN
Value: YYYYYYYYYYYYYYY – up to 15 digits user phone number
Example: 1111_NR1:4411111111111
EKB2
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → CALL/SMS SET →
USER → USER [1... 5] → NUMBER → [XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
Value: [XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX] – up to 15 digits user phone number
EKB3
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Enter parameter 17, user number & phone number:
[17xxYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY#]
Value: xx – user number, range – [1... 5]; YYYYYYYYYYYYYYY – up to 15 digits user
phone number
Delete User
Phone Number
This command erases the particular user phone number. The system will not allow erasing of
the User 1 phone number. This number can only be modified.
SMS
List User Phone
Numbers
SMS text:
XXXX_NR2:DEL_NR3:DEL_NR4:DEL_NR5:DEL
Example: 1111_NR3:DEL
Menu path:
EKB2
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → CALL/SMS SET → USER →
USER [1... 5] → NUMBER → OK → OK
EKB3
N/A
This feature allows to check the list of added user phone numbers to the system.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
SMS text:
XXXX_HELPNR
Example: 1111_HELPNR
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → CALL/SMS SET → USER → USER [1... 5]
N/A
See also chapter 5.4.16 Partitions.
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5.4.4 Date & Time
Set Date & Time
In order to receive SMS messages containing correct date and time, please, set date and time
of the system.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
SMS text:
XXXX_YYYY.MM.DD_HH:MM
Value: YYYY– year; MM – month, range – [01... 12]; DD – day, range - [01... 31]; HH
– hours, range – [00... 23], MM – minutes, range – [00... 59].
Example: 1111_2011.12.15_13:45
Menu path:
a) OK → DATE/TIME SET → [YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM]
b) OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → DATE/TIME SET → [YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM]
Value: YYYY– year; MM – month, range – [01... 12]; DD – day, range - [01... 31]; HH
– hours, range – [00... 23], MM – minutes, range – [00... 59].
Enter parameter 66, date & time:
[66yyyymmddhhmm#]
Value: yyyy– year; mm – month, range – [01... 12]; dd – day, range - [01... 31]; hh –
hours, range – [00... 23], mm – minutes, range – [00... 59].
NOTE: When the alarm system is connected to a monitoring station the date and time are set automatically. The system retrieves
this information from the monitoring station.
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5.4.5 Arming & Disarming the System
Arm the System
This command arms the alarm system.
SMS: it is possible to arm system partition 0, partition 1 or both partitions at once despite the
assigned partition to user phone number.
EKB2/EKB3: The default user (keyboard) password1 is 1111. Keyboard partition switch feature
allows to arm the system partitions one after another using 1 keyboard.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Disarm the System
SMS text:
XXXX_ARM1 or XXXX_ARM1,2
Value: 1 - system partition 0; 2 - system partition 1
Example: 1111_ARM1,2
Enter user (keyboard) password:
[NNNNN]
Value: NNNNN - 4-digit user (keyboard) password
Enter user (keyboard) password:
[nnnnn]
Value: nnnnn - 4-digit user (keyboard) password
This command disarms the alarm system.
SMS: it is possible to disarm system partition 0, partition 1 or both partitions at once despite
the assigned partition to user phone number.
EKB2/EKB3: The default user (keyboard) password1 is 1111. Keyboard partition switch feature
allows to disarm the system partitions one after another using 1 keyboard.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
SMS text:
XXXX_DISARM1 or XXXX_DISARM1,2
Value: 1 - system partition 0; 2 - system partition 1
Example: 1111_DISARM2
Enter user (keyboard) password:
[NNNNN]
Value: NNNNN - 4-digit user (keyboard) password
Enter user (keyboard) password:
[nnnnn]
Value: nnnnn - 4-digit user (keyboard) password
See also chapter 5.4.16 Partitions.
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Enable ArmDisarm by Zone
This feature allows to set a zone for arming and disarming the alarm system when the zone
gets violated and restored. Violating and restoring the zone leads to system arming and by
repeating this action the system becomes disarmed. This mode can be set for 1 on-board
zone only.
6-zone mode (ATZ mode disabled): a 5.6kΩ resistor is required for the set zone.
ATZ mode: a 5.6kΩ resistor is required for Z1-Z6 zones and additionally a 3.3kΩ resistor is
required for Z7-Z12.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Disable ArmDisarm by Zone
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → ARM/DISARM BY ZONE → ZONE [1... 12]
Enter parameter 34 & zone number :
[34xx#]
Value: xx – zone number, range – [01... 12]
This command disables Arm-Disarm by Zone mode.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
See also chapter 2.3.2 Zone Connection Types
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N/A
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → ARM/DISARM BY ZONE → N/A
Enter parameter 34 & parameter status value :
[3400#]
5.4.6 Zones
NOTE: Colons, semi-colon characters, parameter names and/or values are not allowed in zone alarm texts, eg. PSW, STATUS, ON, OFF etc.
Set Zone Alarm Text
Each secured zone has an alarm text which is sent by SMS message in case of alarm. Manu­
facturer default zone alarm text: Z1 - Door sensor triggered, Z2 - Windows sensor triggered, Z3
- Fire sensor triggered, Z4 - Motion1 sensor triggered, Z5 - Motion2 sensor triggered, Z6 - Motion3
sensor triggered etc.
Alarm text can be edited by SMS or ELDES Configuration Tool software only. The length of zone
alarm text for each zone can be up to 24 characters including <space> symbol.
SMS
SMS text:
XXXX_Z1:NewAlarmText;Z2:NewAlarmText;Z3:NewAlarmText;
Z4:NewAlarmText;Z5:NewAlarmText;Z6:NewAlarmText;Zn:NewAlarmText
Menu path:
EKB2
EKB3
List Violated Zones
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → WIRED ZONES → ZONE [1... 12] → NAME
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → WIRELESS ZONES → RF ZONE [1... 16] → NAME
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → KEYBOARD ZONES
→ [1ST... 4TH] KEYBOARD ZONE → NAME
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → EPGM ZONES → EPGM ZONE [1... 16] → NAME
N/A
This feature provides the list of violated zones.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Please, refer to chapter 5.4.9 Info SMS.
Menu path:
OK → VIOLATED ZONES → ZONE [1... 44]
For violated zone Z1 - Z12 indication, please, check the zone LED indicators on
EKB3 device. For violated high zone Z13 - Z44 indication, please, refer to chapter
6.1 Trouble Indication.
NOTE: Due to security reasons it is recommended to restore the violated zone before arming the alarm system. In order to arm
the alarm system despite violated zone presence, you can set tup the zone to operate under Force mode or bypass it.
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List Violated
Tampers
This feature provides the list of violated tampers.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Set Entry Delay
The system notifies by SMS containing violated tamper number (unless tamper name
is erased).
Menu path:
TAMPERS -> TAMPER [1... 44]
[CODE2]
For violated tamper 13 - 44 indication, please, refer to chapter 6.1 Trouble In­
dication.
Entry Delay is a period of time intended to disarm the alarm system after the user enters the
secu­red area (after Delay zone is violated). The alarm will be caused in case the system is not
disarmed during this period of time. By default, Entry Delay duration is 15 seconds and Delay
zone is Z1.
SMS
SMS text:
XXXX_INOUT:YY:ZZ
Value: YY - Entry Delay duration in seconds, range - [0... 65535]; ZZ - Exit Delay duration in seconds, range - [0... 600]
Example: 1111_INOUT:25:14
Menu path:
EKB2
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → WIRED ZONES
→ ZONE [1... 12] → ENTRY DELAY → [XXXXX]
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → WIRELESS ZONES →
RF ZONE [1... 16] → ENTRY DELAY → [XXXXX]
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → KEYBOARD ZONES →
[1ST... 4TH] KEYBOARD ZONE → ENTRY DELAY → [XXXXX]
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → EPGM ZONES →
EPGM ZONE [1... 16] → ENTRY DELAY → [XXXXX]
Value: [XXXXX] – Entry Delay duration in seconds, range - [0... 65535]
EKB3
Enter parameter 54, zone number & entry delay duration:
[54xxyyyyy#]
Value: [XXXXX] – Entry Delay duration in seconds, range - [0... 65535]
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Set Exit Delay
Exit Delay is a period of time intended for user to leave the secured area. The system begins the
countdown after the arming process initiation. The default Exit Delay du­ration is 15 seconds.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Enable ATZ Mode
XXXX_INOUT:YY:ZZ
Value: YY - Entry Delay duration in seconds, range - [0... 65535]; ZZ - Exit Delay duration in seconds, range - [0... 600]
Example: 1111_INOUT:25:14
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SETTINGS → EXIT DELAY → [XXX]
Value: [XXX]– Exit Delay duration in seconds, range – [0... 600]
Enter parameter 72 & exit delay duration:
[72xxz#]
Value: xxx – Exit Delay duration in seconds, range – [0... 600]
ATZ mode activates zone duplication increasing number of on-board zones from 6 to 12. By
default ATZ mode is disabled.
SMS
N/A
Menu path:
EKB2
EKB3
Disable ATZ Mode
Enter parameter 28 & parameter status value:
[281#]
This command disables ATZ mode.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → ATZ MODE → ENABLE
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → ATZ MODE → DISABLE
Enter parameter 28 & parameter status value:
[280#]
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Set Zone Connection
Type when ATZ
Mode Disabled
Specify zone aconnection type when ATZ mode is disabled. Available types:
Type 1 – Normally open (NO) contact with 5,6KΩ end-of-line resistor.
Type 2 – Normally closed (NC) contact with 5,6KΩ end-of-line resistor
Type 3 – Tamper and 5,6KΩ end-of-line resistor and 3,3KΩ end-of-line resistor with normally
closed (NC) contact
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Set Zone Connection
Type when ATZ
Mode Enabled
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → ZONE MODE NO ATZ → TYPE [1... 3]
Enter parameter 38 & zone mode:
[381#] - Type 1
[382#] - Type 2
[383#] - Type 3
Specify zone connection type when ATZ mode is enabled. Available types:
Type 4 – 5,6KΩ end-of-line resistor and normally closed (NC) contact with 3,3KΩ end-of-line
resistor and normally closed (NC) contact.
Type 5 – Tamper and 5,6KΩ end-of-line resistor and 5,6KΩ end-of-line resistor with normally
closed (NC) contact and 3,3KΩ end-of-line resistor with normally closed (NC) contact.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
See also chapter 2.3.2 Zone Connection Types.
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N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → ZONE MODE ATZ → TYPE [4... 5]
Enter parameter 39 & zone mode:
[391#] - Type 4
[392#] - Type 5
Disable Zone
This command disables a particular zone. By default, all on-board zones, EPGM1 zones and
wi­reless zones are enabled.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Enable Zone
SMS text:
XXXX_Zn:OFF
Value: Zn – zone number, range – [Z1... Z44]
Example: 1111_Z4:OFF
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → WIRED ZONES → [ZONE 1... 12] → STATUS → DISABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES →
WIRELESS ZONES → RF ZONE [1... 16] → STATUS → DISABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES →
KEYBOARD ZONES → [1ST... 4TH] KEYBOARD ZONE → STATUS → DISABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES →
EPGM ZONES → EPGM ZONE [1... 16] → STATUS → DISABLE
Enter parameter 52 & parameter status value:
[52xx0#]
Value: xx – zone number, range – [01... 44]
This command enables a particular zone. By default, all keyboard zones and virtual zones are
disabled.
Virtual zones can be enabled using ELDES Configuration Tool only.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
MANUAL ELDES ESIM264 V2.0
SMS text:
XXXX_Zn:ON
Value: Zn – zone number, range – [Z1... Z44]
Example: 1111_Z3:ON
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → WIRED ZONES → [ZONE 1... 12] → STATUS → ENABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES →
WIRELESS ZONES → RF ZONE [1... 16] → STATUS → ENABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → KEYBOARD ZONES → [1ST... 4TH] KEYBOARD ZONE →
STATUS → ENABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES →
EPGM ZONES → EPGM ZONE [1... 16] → STATUS → ENABLE
Enter parameter 52 & parameter status value:
[52xx1#]
Value: xx – zone number, range – [01... 44]
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Bypass Zone
Zone bypassing allows to temporally disable a particular violated zone.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Bypass All Zones
EKB2
EKB3
OK → BYPASS → BYPASS LIST [1... 3] → [ZONE 1... 44] → BYPASS
Enter zone number & user (keyboard) password:
[BYPSxxyyyy#]
Value: xx – zone number, range – [01... 44]; yyyy – 4-digit user (keyboard) password
N/A
Menu path:
OK → BYPASS → BYP VIOLATED ZONES
N/A
This command activates a particular bypassed zone.
Alternative way: Bypassed zones become active again after arming & disarming the alarm
system.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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Menu path:
This command allows to bypass all violated zones at once.
SMS
Unbypass Zone
N/A
N/A
Menu path:
OK → BYPASS → [ZONE 1... 44] → UNBYPASS
Enter zone number & user (keyboard) password:
[BYPSxxyyyy#]
Value: xx – zone number, range – [01... 44]; yyyy – 4-digit user (keyboard) password
Set Zone Type
Each zone can be set to operate under one of these types:
Follow – zone is inactive during Entry/Exit Delay countdown.
Instant – the alarm is caused instantly in case of zone violation.
24H – zone is always active, even when the system is disarmed.
Delay – inactive for a period of time dedicated to disarm the alarm system or leave the premises (Entry/Exit Delay).
Fire – this zone is intended for smoke detectors and is always active, even when the system
is disarmed.
Silent – operates in the same way as 24H type, but siren is not activated during zone violation.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES →
WIRED ZONES → [ZONE 1... 12] → TYPE → FOLLOW / INSTANT / 24H / DELAY / FIRE / SILENT
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → WIRELESS ZONES →
RF ZONE [1... 16] → TYPE → FOLLOW / INSTANT / 24H / DELAY / FIRE / SILENT
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → KEYBOARD ZONES →
[1ST... 4TH] KEYBOARD ZONE → TYPE → FOLLOW / INSTANT / 24H / DELAY / FIRE / SILENT
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → EPGM ZONES →
EPGM ZONE [1... 16] → TYPE → FOLLOW / INSTANT / 24H / DELAY / FIRE / SILENT
Enter parameter 53, zonos number & zone type number:
[53xx1#] - Follow
[53xx2#] - Instant
[53xx3#] - 24H
[53xx4#] - Delay
[53xx5#] - Fire
[53xx6#] - Silent
Value: xx – zone number, range – [01... 44]
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Enable Stay Mode
for a Specified Zone
Stay mode enables the users to arm and disarm the alarm system while staying inside the se­
cured premises. The system goes into Stay mode in case the Delay zone is not violated during
the Exit Delay countdown (the user does not leave the secured area) and the zones which are
configured as Stay will not be secured. Stay mode is not activated if the user leaves the secured premises during Exit Delay countdown or if none of the zones are configured to operate
under Stay mode. By default, this feature is disabled for all zones.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → WIRED ZONES → [ZONE 1... 12] → STAY → ENABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → WIRELESS ZONES
→ RF ZONE [1... 16] → STAY → ENABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → KEYBOARD ZONES
→ [1ST... 4TH] KEYBOARD ZONE → STAY → ENABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES →
EPGM ZONES → EPGM ZONE [1... 16] → STAY → ENABLE
Enter parameter 56, zone number & parameter status value:
[56xx1#]
Value: xx – zone number, range – [01... 44]
NOTE: Stay mode becomes ineffective if the user leaves the secured premises during Exit Delay countdown.
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Disable Stay Mode
for a Specified Zone
This command disables Stay mode for a specified zone.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Enable Force Mode
for a Specified Zone
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → WIRED ZONES → [ZONE 1... 12] → STAY → DISABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → WIRELESS ZONES
→ RF ZONE [1... 16]→ STAY → DISABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → KEYBOARD ZONES
→ [1ST... 4TH] KEYBOARD ZONE → STAY → DISABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES →
EPGM ZONES → EPGM ZONE [1... 16] → STAY → DISABLE
Enter parameter 56, zone number & parameter status value:
[56xx0#]
Value: xx – zone number, range – [01... 44]
Force mode allows the user to arm the alarm system even if the zone operating under Force
mode is violated. This zone begins operating according to its‘ type and does not ignore violation after the system is armed and the zone is restored. By default, this feature is disabled
for all zones.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
MANUAL ELDES ESIM264 V2.0
N/A
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → WIRED ZONES → [ZONE 1... 12] → FORCE → ENABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → WIRELESS ZONES →
RF ZONE [1... 16]→ FORCE → ENABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → KEYBOARD ZONES
→ [1ST... 4TH] KEYBOARD ZONE → FORCE → ENABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → EPGM ZONES →
EPGM ZONE [1... 16] → FORCE → ENABLE
Enter parameter 82, zone number & parameter status value:
[82xx1#]
Value: xx – zone number, range – [01... 44]
41
Disable Force Mode
for a Specified Zone
This command disables Force mode for a specified zone.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
42
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → WIRED ZONES → [ZONE 1... 12] → FORCE → DISABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → WIRELESS ZONES
→ RF ZONE [1... 16]→ FORCE → DISABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES →
KEYBOARD ZONES → [1ST... 4TH] KEYBOARD ZONE → FORCE → DISABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES →
EPGM ZONES → EPGM ZONE [1... 16] → FORCE → DISABLE
Enter parameter 82, zone number & parameter status value:
[82xx0#]
Value: xx – zone number, range – [01... 44]
Disable Chime
The mini buzzer connected to ESIM264, together with EKB2 and EKB3 buzzers provides three
short beeps every time when any Delay zone is being violated. Chime feature applies even
when alarm system is disarmed. By default, this feature is enabled.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
MANUAL ELDES ESIM264 V2.0
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → CALL/SMS SET → CHIME → DISABLE
Enter parameter 32 & parameter status value:
[320#]
43
Enable Chime
This command enables Chime feature.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
List Zone & PGM
Output Status
EKB2
EKB3
44
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → CALL/SMS SET → CHIME → ENABLE
Enter parameter 32 & parameter status value:
[321#]
This feature provides the list of zone and PGM output statuses (enabled/disabled, turned on/
off). In addition, the SMS message contains zone alarm texts, PGM output names and alarm
system status (armed/disarmed).
SMS
See also chapter 5.4.16 Partitions.
N/A
SMS text:
XXXX_STATUS
Example: 1111_STATUS
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → WIRED ZONES → [ZONE 1... 12] → STATUS
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → WIRELESS ZONES → RF ZONE [1... 16] → STATUS
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES →
KEYBOARD ZONES → [1ST... 4TH] KEYBOARD ZONE → STATUS
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → EPGM ZONES → EPGM ZONE [1... 16] → STATUS
OK → CONFIGURATION → PGM OUTPUTS → PGM OUTPUTS → OUTPUT [1... 12] → STATUS
OK → CONFIGURATION → PGM OUTPUTS → RF OUTPUTS → RF OUTPUT [1... 32] → STATUS
N/A
5.4.7 PGM Outputs
NOTE: Space, colon, semi-colon characters, parameter names and/or values are not allowed in PGM output names, eg. PSW,
STATUS, ON, OFF etc.
PGM Output Name
Each PGM output has a name. Manufacturer default PGM output names: C1 – Controll1, C2 –
Controll2, C3 – Controll3, C4 – Controll4 etc.
PGM output name can be edited by SMS or ELDES Configuration Tool software only. The length
of each PGM output name can be up to 10 characters.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Turn ON PGM Output
/ Set PGM Output
Startup Status (ON)
SMS text:
XXXX_Cn:NewOutputName
Value: Cn – PGM output number, range – [C1... C44]
Example: 1111_C3:Pump
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PGM OUTPUTS → PGM OUTPUTS → OUTPUT [1... 12] → NAME
OK → CONFIGURATION → PGM OUTPUTS → RF OUTPUTS → RF OUTPUT [1... 32] → NAME
N/A
This command turns on a specified PGM output and sets its‘ status to ON on system startup.
SMS
SMS text:
XXXX_Cn:ON or XXXX_OutputName:ON
Value: Cn – PGM output number, range – [C1... C44]
Example: 1111_Pump:ON
EKB2
EKB3
MANUAL ELDES ESIM264 V2.0
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PGM OUTPUTS →
PGM OUTPUTS → OUTPUT [1... 12] → STATUS → ENABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → PGM OUTPUTS →
RF OUTPUTS → RF OUTPUT [1... 32] → STATUS → ENABLE
Enter parameter 61, PGM output number & parameter status value:
[61xx1#]
Value: xx – PGM output number, range – [01... 44]
45
Turn OFF PGM Output
/ Set PGM Output
Startup Status (OFF)
This command turns on a specified PGM output and sets its‘ status to OFF on system startup.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Turn ON PGM
Output by Timer
SMS text:
XXXX_Cn:OFF or XXXX_OutputName:OFF
Value: Cn – PGM output number, range – [C1... C44]
Example: 1111_C2:OFF
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PGM OUTPUTS →
PGM OUTPUTS → OUTPUT [1... 12] → STATUS → DISABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → PGM OUTPUTS →
RF OUTPUTS → RF OUTPUT [1... 32] → STATUS → DISABLE
Enter parameter 61, PGM output number & parameter status value:
[61xx0#]
Value: xx – PGM output number, range -[01... 44]
The system has an internal RTC (real time clock) allowing to set the timer for turning on a
particluar PGM output at a set time.
SMS
SMS text:
XXXX_Cn:ON:HH.MM.SS or XXXX_OutputName:ON:HH.MM.SS
Value: Cn – PGM output number, range – [C1... C44], HH – hours, range – [00...
23], MM – minutes, range – [00... 59], SS – seconds, range [00... 59].
Example: 1111_C3:ON:13.23.48
EKB2
EKB3
Turn OFF PGM
Output by Timer
N/A
N/A
This command allows to set the timer for turning off a particluar PGM output at a set time.
SMS
SMS text:
XXXX_Cn:OFF:HH.MM.SS or XXXX_OutputName:OFF:HH.MM.SS
Cn – PGM output number, range – [C1... C44], HH – hours, range – [01... 23],
MM – minutes, range – [01... 59], SS – seconds, range [01... 59].
Example: 1111_Pump:OFF:14.50.22
EKB2
EKB3
NOTE: Value [00.00.00] is invalid
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N/A
N/A
Enable Automatic
PGM Output Control
The system supports up to 16 rules allowing to set automatic PGM output control by assigning it to a particular system event: arm/disarm, system alarm/restore, temperature changes, by scheduled date & time, particular zone alarm/restore in particular partition or in both
partitions. By default all rules are disabled.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Disable Automatic
PGM Output Control
N/A
N/A
Enter parameter 49, rule number & parameter status value:
[49xx1#]
Value: xx – rule number, range – [01... 16]
This command disables particular rule.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
N/A
N/A
Enter parameter 49, rule number & parameter status value:
[49xx0#]
Value: xx – rule number, range – [01... 16]
NOTE: Automatic PGM output control can be fully configured using ELDES Configuration Tool software.
Enable EPGM8
Module Mode
The number of wired PGM outputs can be expanded to 12 by connecting EPGM8 - 8 PGM output expan­sion module. By default, EPGM8 module mode is disabled.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
MANUAL ELDES ESIM264 V2.0
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → USING EPGM8 → ENABLE
Enter parameter 33 & parameter status value:
[3312#]
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Disable EPGM8
Module Mode
This command disables EPGM8 module mode.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → USING EPGM8 → DISABLE
Enter parameter 33 & parameter status value:
[3302#]
5.4.8 Siren
Set Siren Alarm
Duration
In case of alarm the system activates the siren connected to alarm system (depending on
zone type). By default siren alarm duration is 1 minute.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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SMS text:
XXXX_SIREN:T
Value: T – siren alarm time in minutes, range – [0... 5]
Example: 1111_SIREN:4
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → SIREN SET → ALARM TIME → [XX]
Value: [XX] – siren alarm duration in minutes, range - [1... 10]
Enter parameter 10 & siren alarm duration:
[10xx#]
Value: xx – siren alarm time in minutes, range - [00... 10]
See Siren Alarm
Duration
This command indicates the alarm duration set.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Enable Bell Squawk
XXXX_SIREN
Example: 1111_SIREN
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → SIREN SET → ALARM TIME
N/A
Bell Squawk feature enables the siren to provide short beeps everytime the alarm system is
being armed. By default, this feature is disabled.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Disable Bell Squawk
SMS text:
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → SIREN SET → BELL SQUAWK → ENABLE
Enter parameter 29 & parameter status value:
[291#]
This command disables Bell Squawk feature.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → SIREN SET → BELL SQUAWK → DISABLE
Enter parameter 29 & parameter status value:
[290#]
NOTE: Bell Squawk feature applies to wired sirens only.
MANUAL ELDES ESIM264 V2.0
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Enable Siren ON if
RF Signal is Lost
When the system is armed, the siren is activated in case of wireless connection loss between
the alarm system and any wireless device. By default this feature is disabled.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Disable Siren ON if
RF Signal is Lost
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → SIREN SET → RF LOSS ALARM → ENABLE
Enter parameter 76 & parameter status value:
[761#]
This command disables Siren ON if RF Signal is Lost feature.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → SIREN SET → RF LOSS ALARM → DISABLE
Enter parameter 76 & parameter status value:
[760#]
NOTE: The siren is always activated in case of alarm (depending on zone type), despite the status of Siren ON if RF Signal is Lost
feature.
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5.4.9 Info SMS
Info SMS
This SMS report provides information on alarm system status (armed/disarmed), GSM signal
strength, man power supply status, temperature of secured area (if temperature sensor is
used), zone state (alarm/restore).
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Set Periodic
Info SMS
SMS text:
XXXX_INFO
Example: 1111_INFO
N/A
N/A
The system periodically sends Info SMS to User 1 at the set period of time. By default this
period is at 11:00 AM daily (period – 1, time - 11) .
SMS
EKB2
SMS text:
XXXX_INFO:PP.TT
Value: [PP] – SMS sending period in days, range – [1... 99]; [TT] – SMS sending
period in hours, range - [1... 23]
Example: 1111_INFO:4.16
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → INFO SMS SCHED → PERIOD → [PP]
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → INFO SMS SCHED → TIME → [TT]
Value: [PP] – SMS sending period in days, range - [1... 99]; [TT] – SMS sending
period in hours, range - [1... 23]
EKB3
MANUAL ELDES ESIM264 V2.0
Enter parameter 11, SMS sending time & period:
[11xxyy#]
Value: xx – SMS sending period in hours, range - [1... 23]; yy - SMS sending
period in days, range - [1... 99]
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Disable Periodic
Info SMS
This command disables Periodic Info SMS.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
SMS text:
XXXX_INFO:00.00
Example: 1111_INFO:00.00
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → INFO SMS SCHED → PERIOD → [0]
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → INFO SMS SCHED → TIME → [0]
Enter parameter 11 & parameter status value:
[110000#]
5.4.10 Alarm Notifications
Disable Call in
Case of Alarm
In case of alarm, the system makes a phone call to User 1. The phone call is made to the next
user in a row in case the previous user was unreachable (was „out of radio coverage“ or provided engaged signal). By default, this feature is enabled.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET →
CALL/SMS SET → DIS CALL DUR ALM. → ENABLE
Enter parameter 30 & parameter status value:
[301#]
NOTE: The system will not make a phone call to the next user in a row if the previous user was reachable, but did not answer or rejected
the phone call.
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Enable Call in
Case of Alarm
This command enables phone calls in case of alarm.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Disable SMS in
Case of Alarm
EKB2
EKB3
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET →
CALL/SMS SET → DIS CALL DUR ALM. → DISABLE
Enter parameter 30 & parameter status value:
[300#]
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → CALL/SMS SET → DIS SMS DUR ALM. → ENABLE
Enter parameter 31 & parameter status value:
[311#]
This command enables SMS messages in case of alarm.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
MANUAL ELDES ESIM264 V2.0
Menu path:
In case of alarm the system sends an SMS message to User 1. The SMS message is sent to the
next preset user in a sequence in case the system does not receive a successful SMS message
delivery confirmation in 20 seconds from the recipient. By default this feature is enabled.
SMS
Enable SMS in
Case of Alarm
N/A
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET →
CALL/SMS SET → DIS SMS DUR ALM. → DISABLE
Enter parameter 31 & parameter status value:
[310#]
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Enable SMS to All
Users Simultaneously
in Case of Alarm
In case of alarm, the system simultaneously sends SMS messages to all preset users as the system does not require SMS message delivery confirmation. By default, this function is disabled.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Disable SMS to All
Users Simultaneously
in Case of Alarm
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET →
CALL/SMS SET → SMS ALL → ENABLE
Enter parameter 21 & parameter status value:
[211#]
This command disables sending SMS messages to all users simultaneously in case of alarm.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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SMS text:
XXXX_SMSALL:ON
Example: 1111_SMSALL:ON
SMS text:
XXXX_SMSALL:OFF
Example: 1111_SMSALL:OFF
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → CALL/SMS SET → SMS ALL → DISABLE
Enter parameter 21 & parameter status value:
[210#]
5.4.11 Arm/Disarm Notifications
Disable Arm/
Disarm SMS
The system sends SMS message to User 1 after arming and disarming process (except - by
phone call). This function disables this SMS message for a specified user. By default, this feature is enabled for all users.
SMS
EKB2
NOTE: After arming or disarming the alarm system by
phone call, the system sends
SMS message to user who
made a phone call only.
EKB3
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → CALL/SMS SET → USER →
USER [1... 5] → ARM/DISARM EVENT → DISABLE
Enter parameter 75 & parameter status value:
[75zx0#]
Value: xx – user number, range – [1... 5]
NOTE: By default, Arm/Disarm SMS is enabled for all users, but sent to User 1 only. However Users 2 - 5 can receive this SMS message as
well after Arm/Disarm SMS to All Users Simultaneously is enabled.
Enable Arm/
Disarm SMS
This command enables Arm/Disarm Event SMS message.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Enable Arm/Disarm
SMS to All Users
Simultaneously
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET →
CALL/SMS SET → USER → USER [1... 5] → ARM/DISARM EVENT → ENABLE
Enter parameter 75 & parameter status value:
[75xx1#]
Value: xx – user number, range – [1... 5]
The system simultaneously sends SMS message to all users with Arm/Disarm SMS feature enabled, after arming and disarming process (by any method). By default, this feature is disabled.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
MANUAL ELDES ESIM264 V2.0
N/A
SMS text:
XXXX_MASTER:ON
Example: 1111_MASTER:ON
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION →
PRIMARY SET → CALL/SMS SET → INF ABOUT ARM/DARM → ENABLE
Enter parameter 22 & parameter status value:
[221#]
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Disable Arm/Disarm
SMS to All Users
Simultaneously
This command disables Arm/Disarm SMS to All Users Simultaneously.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
SMS text:
XXXX_MASTER:OFF
Example: 1111_MASTER:OFF
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET →
CALL/SMS SET → INF ABOUT ARM/DARM → DISABLE
Enter parameter 22 & parameter status value:
[220#]
5.4.12 Temperature Change Notifications
Disable Temperature
Limit Info SMS
Temperature Limit Info SMS is sent to all preset users when temperature exceeds the min. or
max. set temperature value. By default, this SMS message is enabled
The temperature is measured by temperature sensor connected to ESIM264 alarm system.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
SMS text:
XXXX_TEMP:0:0
Example: 1111_TEMP:0:0
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → TEMP SENSOR → INFO SMS → DISABLE
Enter parameter 50 & parameter status value:
[500#]
NOTE: Despite the status of Temperature Limit Info SMS, the temperature is always indicated in Info SMS content and displayed in EKB2
main screen view.
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Enable Temperature
Limit Info SMS
This command enables Temperature Limit Info SMS.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Set Temperature Limit
Boundary – Min. Value
EKB2
EKB3
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → TEMP SENSOR → INFO SMS → ENABLE
Enter parameter 50 & parameter status value:
[501#]
SMS text:
XXXX_TEMP:min:max
Value: min - lowest temperature limit boundary in oC, range - [-55... 125]; max highest temperature limit boundary in oC, range - [-55... 125]
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → TEMP SENSOR → TEMP. MIN → [XXX]
Value: [XXX] – lowest temperature limit boundary in oC, range - [-55... 125]
Keyboard keys P1 or P2 are used to enter minus symbol, e.g. -20
Enter parameter 19 & temperature value:
[19x#]
Value: x - lowest temperature limit boundary in oC, range - [-55... 125]
00 stands for minus symbol, i. e. 0020 = -20
Set the value of maximum temperature limit boundary which causes Temperature Limit Info
SMS to be sent to all preset users when the limit is exceeded.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
MANUAL ELDES ESIM264 V2.0
Menu path:
Set the value of minimum temperature limit boundary which causes Temperature Limit Info
SMS to be sent to preset all users when the limit is exceeded.
SMS
Set Temperature Limit
Boundary – Max. Value
N/A
SMS text:
XXXX_TEMP:min:max
Value: min - lowest temperature limit boundary in oC, range - [-55... 125]; max highest temperature limit boundary in oC, range - [-55... 125]
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → TEMP SENSOR → TEMP. MAX → [XXX]
Value: [XXX] - highest temperature limit boundary in oC, range - [-55... 125]
Keyboard keys P1 or P2 are used to enter minus symbol, e.g. -20
Enter parameter 20 & temperature value:
[20x#]
Value: x - lowest temperature limit boundary in oC, range - [-55... 125]
00 stands for minus symbol, i. e. 0020 = -20
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See Temperature
Limit Min. &
Max Values
This command indicates the lowest. & highest temperature limit boundaries set.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
SMS text:
XXXX_TEMP
Example: 1111_TEMP
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → TEMP SENSOR → TEMP. MIN
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → TEMP SENSOR → TEMP. MAX
N/A
5.4.13 Main Power Supply Status Notifications
Disable Main Power
Supply Status SMS
After the main power is lost or restored, the system notifies all preset users by SMS message.
By default this feature is enabled.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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SMS text:
XXXX_M:OFF
Example: 1111_M:OFF
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET →
POWER STATUS → CHECK EXT. PWR ST → DISABLE
Enter parameter 13 & parameter status value:
[130#]
Enable Main Power
Status SMS
This command enables notifications about main power status.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Set Main Power
Failure Delay
SMS text:
XXXX_M:ON
Example: 1111_M:ON
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET →
POWER STATUS → CHECK EXT. PWR ST → ENABLE
Enter parameter 13 & parameter status value:
[131#]
This command allows to set main power failure delay time period notifying all preset users
about external power supply loss events. If the power supply is restored during failure delay
time period, the system will not notify the user (-s) about this event. By default, this time
period is 30 seconds.
This parameter is useful when encountering temporary power supply failures.
SMS
EKB2
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET →
POWER STATUS → AC FAILURE DELAY → [XXXXX]
Value: [XXXXX] – main power failure delay in seconds, range - [0... 65535]
EKB3
MANUAL ELDES ESIM264 V2.0
Enter parameter 70 & duration in seconds:
[70x#]
Value: x – main power failure delay in seconds, range - [0... 65535]
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Set Main Power
Restore Delay
This command allows to set main power restore delay time period notifying all preset users
about main power supply restore events. If the power supply is lost again during restore delay time period, the system will not notify the user (-s) about this event. By default, this time
period is 120 seconds.
This feature is useful when encountering temporary power supply failures.
SMS
EKB2
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET →
POWER STATUS → AC RESTORE DELAY → [XXXXX]
Value: [XXXXX] – main power restore delay in seconds, range - [0... 65535]
EKB3
Enter parameter 71 & duration in seconds:
[71x#]
Value: x – main power restore delay in seconds, range - [0... 65535]
5.4.14 Remote Listening
Remote Listening
This feature provides a possibility to listen to what is going on in the secured area where the
alarm system with connected microphone is installed. After sending the SMS message the
system calls back to the user and upon answering the call, user can listen to any sounds in the
building. The phone call must be answered within 20 seconds otherwise the system ends the
call and returns to previous state.
Alternative way 1: the system always makes a call to the user in case of alarm (unless this
feature is disabled).
Alternative way 2: the system answers the phone call from a preset user phone number (if
this feature is enabled). For more details on this feature, please, refer to ELDES Configuration
Tool software‘s HELP section.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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SMS text:
XXXX_MIC
Example: 1111_MIC
N/A
N/A
5.4.15 System Control from Any Phone Number
Disable Allow Only
Preset Users
The system accepts control and configuration SMS messages from 5 preset user phone numbers only. By disabling this feature, the system will accept SMS messages from any user who
knows the correct SMS password. By default, this feature is enabled.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Enable Allow Only
Preset Users
XXXX_STR:OFF
Example: 1111_STR:OFF
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET →
PASSWORD → ALLOW ONLY PRS USR → DISABLE
Enter parameter 12 & parameter status value:
[120#]
This command enables Allow Only Preset Users feature.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
MANUAL ELDES ESIM264 V2.0
SMS text:
SMS text:
XXXX_STR:ON
Example: 1111_STR:ON
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET →
PASSWORD → ALLOW ONLY PRS USR → ENABLE
Enter parameter 12 & parameter status value:
[121#]
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5.4.16 Partitions
Set Keyboard Partition
System partition which every keyboard is assigned to. By default, new added keyboard is assigned to partition 0.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Switch Between
Keyboard Partitions
EKB2
EKB3
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET →
KEYBOARD PARTITION → KBRD [1... 10] → PARTITION [0... 1]
Enter parameter 51, keyboard number & partition:
[51xxy#]
Value: xx – keyboard number, range – [01... 04]; y – partition, range – [0... 1]
N/A
Menu path:
P1 → PART[0... 1] | [custom name]
Hold [*] key for 3 seconds and press [0] or [1] key.
Value: [0] key – partition 0; [1] key – partition 1.
This command enables keyboard partition switch. By default this feature is disabled.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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Menu path:
This feature allows to temporally switch between keyboard partitions. The partition is automatically switched back to the previous one in 3 minutes after the last key-touch/key-stroke.
By default, this feature is disabled.
SMS
Enable Keyboard
Partition Switch
N/A
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET →
KEYBOARD PARTITION → PARTITION SWITCH → ENABLE
Enter parameter 77 & parameter status value:
[771#]
Disable Keyboard
Partition Switch
This function disables keyboard partition switch.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Set User (Keyboard)
Password Partition
EKB2
EKB3
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → KEYBOARD PARTITION →
PARTITION SWITCH → DISABLE
Enter parameter 77 & parameter status value:
[770#]
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET →
PASSWORD → KEYBOARD PSW [1... 10] → PARTITION → PARTITION [0... 1]
Enter parameter 87, user (keyboard) password & partition:
[87xxxxy#]
Value: xxxxx - 4-digit user (keyboard) password, range - [0000... 9999]; y - par­
tition, range - [0... 1]
System partition which every user phone number (User 1 – User 5) is assigned to. By default,
new added user phone number is assigned to partition 0.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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System partition which every user (keyboard) password is assigned to. By default, newly added user (keyboard) password is assigned to partition 0.
SMS
Set User Partition
N/A
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → CALL/SMS SET → USER → USER [1... 5] →
PARTITION → PARTITION [0... 1]
Enter parameter 59, user number & partition:
[59xxy#]
Value: xx – user number, range – [01... 05]; y – partition, range – [0... 1]
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Set Zone Partition
System partition which every zone is assigned to. By default, every zone is assigned to partition 0.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Set iButton® Partition
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES
→ WIRED ZONES → ZONE [1... 12] → PARTITION → PARTITION [ 0... 1]
OK → CONFIGURATION →
ZONES → WIRELESS ZONES → RF ZONE [1... 16] → PARTITION → PARTITION [0... 1]
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → KEYBOARD ZONES → [1ST... 4TH]
KEYBOARD ZONE → PARTITION → PARTITION [0... 1]
OK → CONFIGURATION → ZONES → EPGM ZONES →
EPGM ZONE [1... 16] → PARTITION → PARTITION [0... 1]
Enter parameter 57, zone number & partition:
[57xxy#]
Value: xx – zone number, range – [01... 44]; y – partition, range – [0... 1]
System partition which every iButton® key is assigned to. By default, new added iButton® key
is assigned to partition 0.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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N/A
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → IBUTTON KEYS → IBUTTON [1... 5] → PARTITION → PARTITION
[0... 1]
Enter parameter 60, iButton® key number & partition:
[60xxy#]
Value: xx – iButton® key number, range – [01... 05]; y – partition, range – [0... 1]
5.4.17 Additional Parameters
Disable Event Log
This feature enables to record all information about system configuration, system actions and
information messages and to export it to .log file. The size of log file is up to 1000 records. By
default, this feature is enabled.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → LOG SET → DISABLE
Enter parameter 36 & parameter status value:
[360#]
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Enable Event Log
This command enables Event Log feature.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Microphone Level
EKB2
EKB3
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → LOG SET → ENABLE
Enter parameter 36 & parameter status value:
[361#]
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → GSM AUDIO → MIC LEVEL → [XX]
Value: [XX] – microphone volume level, range – [0... 15]
N/A
This command allows to set speaker connected to alarm system volume level. Default speaker volume level is 85.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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Menu path:
This command allows to set microphone connected to alarm system volume level. Default
microphone volume level is 12.
SMS
Speaker Level
N/A
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → PRIMARY SET → GSM AUDIO → SPEAKER LEVEL → [XX]
Value: [XX] – speaker volume level, range – [0... 100]
N/A
Reset to Default
Parameters
This command restores all device parameters to default values.
After this procedure all set phone numbers will be lost.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → RESET TO DEFAULT → [XXXX]
Value: [XXXX] – keyboard password
Enter parameter 62 & administrator password:
[62xxxx#]
Value: xxxx – administrator password
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6. Technical Support
6.1 Trouble Indication
EKB2
Message TBL displayed in the lower left side of the main screen view indicates presence of system troubles.
In order to find out more on the particular system problem, please, open menu section TROUBLES. The description on
each system problem is indicated in the table below.
Menu path:
OK → TROUBLES → T [1... 6]
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Trouble
Name
Description
TROUBLE 1
VIOLATED TAMPER
One or more tampers are violated.
TROUBLE 2
REPLACE BATTERY
Backup battery problem.
TROUBLE 3
AC FAILURE
Main power supply problem.
TROUBLE 4
TIME NOT SET
Date/time not set.
TROUBLE 5
HIZONES
One or more high zones (Z13 Z44) are violated.
TROUBLE 6
GSM ERROR
GSM connection problem.
EKB3
Yellow LED SYSTEM indicates system troubles. SYSTEM LED indications are mentioned in the table below.
SYSTEM LED
Description
Illuminated continously
One ore more zones or tampers are violated; other system troubles
Flashing
One or more high zones are violated
In order to find out more on the particular system problem, please, enter command A. 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
Description
1
One or more tampers are violated.
2
Backup battery problem.
3
Main power supply problem.
4
Date/time not set.
5
One or more high zones (Z13 - Z44) are violated.
6
GSM connection problem.
In order to find out which particular high zone is violated, please, enter command B.
In order to find out which particular tamper is violated, please, enter command C.
A. System trouble indication - enter command:
[CODE#]
B. Violated high zone indication – enter command:
[CODE1]
C. Violated tamper indication – enter command:
[CODE2]
The number of violated high 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 zone or tamper number is 21.
Zone LED section - A
(flashing)
Zone LED section - B
(illuminated continously)
Zone LED 1 = 1
Zone LED 7 = 12
Zone LED 2 = 2
Zone LED 8 = 18
Zone LED 3 = 3
Zone LED 9 = 24
Zone LED 4 = 4
Zone LED 10 = 30
Zone LED 5 = 5
Zone LED 11 = 36
Zone LED 6 = 6
Zone LED 12 = 42
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6.2 Frequently Asked Questions
Question
Answer
1. Can ESIM264 operate as standalone device without
SIM card inserted?
Yes, ESIM264 device can fully operate without any SIM card inserted. In this
case you will not be able to configure and control the device by SMS and
calls nor to receive any SMS reports and calls.
Due to security reasons it is recommended to restore the violated zone
2. I am unable to arm the alarm system when one of
(-s) before arming the alarm system. However, you can set up the zone
the zones (some zones) is violated, although I was
(-s) to operate under Force mode or use the Bypass feature it in order
able to perform disarming. Is there a way to arm the
to arm the alarm system despite the violated zone (-s). Please, refer to
alarm system while the zone is violated?
chapter 5.4.6 Zones for more details.
3. I have activated ATZ mode in ELDES Configuration Tool
It appears that either ESIM264 firmware or the software is outdated.
software, but I am unable to set the connection Type 5.
Please, upgrade the device firmware and download the latest ELDES
Whenever I select Type 5 and press the “Write Settings”
Configuration Tool software version.
button it switches back to Type 4. What’s wrong?
4. ����������������������������������������������
�����������������������������������������������
When ESIM264 fully powers down my configuration becomes lost and I have to re-configure the
device again. What’s wrong?
This might have happened due to the jumper left on DEF pins or it is a
hardware failure. Please, remove the jumper if it is present on DEF pins
or contact your supplier for warranty service.
5. I have a smoke detector connected to ESIM264
system. How do I reset the smoke detector when
the “Fire” zone is violated?
If the smoke detector is connected to one of the ESIM264 PGM outputs
you can reset it by disabling and enabling back the PGM output. This
can be performed by SMS, EKB2 keyboard, EKB3 keyboard and ELDES
Configuration Tool (please, refer to chapter 5.4.7 PGM Outputs)
Switching backup battery pole terminals places is forbidden. Otherwise
6. ���������������������������������������������������
����������������������������������������������������
What happens if I switch backup battery pole termithis will lead to blown fuse and ESIM264 alarm system will have to be
nals places?
repaired.
7. How do I disable SMS reports and calls in case of
tamper violation when alarm system is disarmed?
The SMS reports on tamper violation can be disabled by erasing the
tamper name of a particular tamper using ELDES Configuration Tool.
However, due to security reasons it is not recommended to disable this
feature.
8. Is any additional configuration necessary when
connecting EPGM1 module after wiring is done
accroding to EPGM1 user manual?
No additional configuration is required in order to make EPGM1 module operational.
9. Does the quantity of EPGM1 zones duplicate when
ATZ mode is activated in the system?
No, the quantity of EPGM1 zones does not duplicate in ATZ mode as
EPGM1 module does not support ATZ mode. Only ESIM264 zones
duplicate in ATZ mode.
10. I have connected the EPGM1 module to ESIM264
system. The module LED indicators are on, but I am unable to receive any information on EPGM1 zone status
after XXXX_INFO request. Why?
1. ESIM264 system firmware is outdated and does not support the
EPGM1 module. Note that EPGM1 is supported in ESIM264 firmware
v7.09.03 and later. Please, contact ELDES technical support and request
for an updated firmware file.
2. Info SMS request does not indicate information on EPGM1 zones.
Please, use XXXX_STATUS SMS request instead.
11. I connect the wired siren to ESIM264 and I hear a
silent sound alarm even when the alarm system is
disarmed. In case of alarm system alarm the siren
provides a loud sound alarm as it should. Why?
Please, connect the resistor of 3,3 kΩ nominal to the BELL- / BELL+
contacts This should solve the problem.
a) For Windows 7 / Vista - Please, change the default window size view
for Windows 7 interface. This can be done by clicking the right mouse
button on the desktop and choosing the “Personalize” menu section,
then navigating to “Display” section and selecting “Smaller size” option.
12. I am using Windows operating system. The windows b) For Windows XP - Please, change the default font size for Windows XP
of ELDES Configuration Tool are not fully displayed
interface. This can be done by clicking the right mouse button on the
and some parts are like cut-off. What’s wrong?
desktop and choosing the “Properties” menu section, then navigating
to “Appearance” section and setting “Font size” to“Normal”.
If the problem persists, please, navigate to the following window
“Properties” → “Settings“→ “Advanced” → “General”→ set “DPI setting”
to “Normal Size (96 DPI)”.
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Question
Answer
13. The buzzer remains active when I disarm the alarm
system using the keyboard. Why?
The buzzer is intended for iButton indication only and it is not related to
disarming process by keyboard.
14. One of wireless devices connected to ESIM264
system sends a tamper alarm from time to time,
although no tamper was violated. Why?
This happens due to wireless connection loss. There might be several
reasons:
1. ELDES wireless device is installed too close or too far from
ESIM264 system.
2. Interference of other electronic equipment.
3. Physical interference (building walls, floors etc.)
4. Metal material interference.
This happens due to incorrect resistor connection. Please, refer to
15. I have connected a wired magnetic door sensor, but
corresponding connection circuit according to the selected zone conI receive tamper alarm instead of zone alarm. What’s
nection type (Type 1 – 5). See chapter 2.3.2 Zone Connection Types
wrong?
for more details.
This feature is permanently enabled and cannot be disabled manually.
16. ��������������������������������������������������
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I disconnected the backup battery, but did not reThe system checks the backup battery resistance once a day and sends
ceive any SMS report on this event. How do I enable
an SMS report to User 1 on backup battery expiration if more than 1,5Ω
SMS report on backup battery disconnection?
resistance is detected.
17. When I check system SIM card credit balance I see
a lot of SMS delivery confirmation reports. How do I
disable SMS delivery confirmation ESIM264 system?
Everytime an SMS message is sent to the user, the system must “know” that
the message was successfully delivered. The only way to partly disable the
SMS delivery report (for alarm notifications only) is to enable alarm SMS
notifications to all users. This is useful when having only User1 phone number set up, as in case of alarm the system sends the alarm SMS to all preset
users simultaneously, but does not require any SMS delivery report.
18. I have set zone alarm text and/or PGM output names
containing some cyrillic and/or non-English characters.
The alarm texts/PGM output names do not fully fit in
the SMS message. What‘s wrong?
According to GSM standards 1 SMS message may consist of 160 latin alphabet/English characters max. If the message contains at least one non-latin/
non-English character, the length of SMS message becomes at least half
shorter, since those characters occupy more size of the SMS than the latin
ones. It is reommended not to use any non-latin/non-English characters in
zone alarm texts/PGM output names.
19. The configuration of added wireless key-fob EWK1 to
ESIM264 system is not visible in ELDES Configuration
Tool. What‘s wrong?
1. ELDES Configuration Tool version is too old. Please, update it.
2. The firmware version of EWT1 module is outdated. Note that EWK1 is
supported in EWT1 firmware v16.4 and later. Please, return EWT1 module
for replacement.
20. I am unable to run ELDES Configuration Tool - I receive
error messages in Windows. Why?
Microsoft .NET Framework v3.5 is not installed in Windows system. Please,
download this package from official Microsoft website free of charge and
install it to your Windows system.
21. Info SMS report comes with wrong date and time.
How do I correct it?
Please, set the correct system date and time using either ELDES Configuration Tool, EKB2, EKB3 or SMS message.
6.3 Troubleshooting
Indication
Possible reason
LED PWR is off
· No main power supply
· Wiring done improperly
· Blown fuse
LED NETWORK is off or solid on
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·
·
·
·
·
LED STATUS solid on or solid off
· Microcontroller is not started due to electrical mains noise or static discharge
System does not send any SMS messages and/or
does not ring
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Missing SIM card
PIN code is enabled
SIM card is inactive
Disconnected antenna
GSM network signal too weak
Problems with GSM provider
SIM card account depleted
Incorrect SIM central number
No GSM network signal
User number is not preset (or control from unknown numbers disabled)
SIM card changed before disconnecting main power supply or backup battery
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Received SMS message “Incorrect Format”
· Wrong syntax
· Extra space symbol could be space left in SMS message
Missing temperature indication in Info SMS
message
· Temperature sensor not connected
· Temperature sensor broken
· Connecting wires too long
24H and/or Fire zones do not work
· Specified zone must be enabled by SMS, ELDES Configuration Tool, EKB2 or EKB3
No sound during remote listening
· Microphone not connected
· Improper microphone connection
6.4 Restoring Default Parameters
1. Disconnect the power supply and backup battery.
2. Short circuit (connect) DEF pins.
3. Power up the device for 7 seconds.
4. Power down the device.
5. Remove short circuit from DEF pins.
6. Parameters restored to default.
6.5 Upgrading the Firmware using USB Cable
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Disconnect the power supply and backup battery.
Short circuit (connect) DEF pins.
Connect the device via USB cable to the PC.
Power up the device.
The new window must pop-up where you will find the
.bin file. Otherwise open My Computer and look for Boot
Disk drive.
6. Delete the .bin file found in the drive.
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7. Copy the new firmware .bin file to the very same window.
8. Power down the device.
9. Unplug USB cable.
10. Remove short circuit from DEF pins.
11. Power up the device.
12. Firmware upgraded.
6.6 Upgrading the Firmware via GPRS Connection (FOTA)
FOTA
ESIM264 alarm system supports FOTA (firmware-on-the-air) feature. This 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. In order to initiate the upgrade process, please,
send the following SMS message.
SMS
SMS text:
XXXX_fota:ftp-server-IP,port,firmware-file-name.bin,user-name,password
Value: ftp-server-IP - IP address of FTP server where ESIM264 firmware file is
stored; port - port number of FTP server (usually - 21); firmware-file-name.bin name of the firmware file; user-name - user name of FTP server login; password
- password of FTP server login.
Example: 1111_fota:84.15.143.111,21,esim264fw.bin,eldesuser,eldespassword
ATTENTION: “ELDES UAB” does not run a FTP server and does not host the firmware files online. Please, contact ELDES technical
support to request the latest firmware file: [email protected]
NOTE: It is strongly recommended to restore default parameters after the firmware upgrade.
For product warranty repair service, please, contact your local retail store where this product was purchased.
If your problem could not be fixed by the self-guide above, please, contact your distributor or ELDES technical support by email [email protected]
eldes.lt . More up to date information about your device and other products can be found at the manufacturer’s website www.eldes.lt
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7. Wired Devices
7.1 EKB2 - LCD Keyboard
EKB2 is an LCD keyboard intended for using with ESIM264 alarm system.
Main EKB2 keyboard features:
• arms and disarms the alarm system
• enables and disables Stay mode
• configures system parameters
• displays system status information on LCD screen
• informs about system status via built-in mini buzzer
The system configuration is performed by accessing EKB2 menu and entering the required values. ESIM264 system allows to connect
up to 4 EKB2 keyboards.
7.1.1. Technical Specifications
7.1.1.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics
Power Supply
12-14V
Maximum Keyboard Connection
Cable Length
100 m.
150mA max.
Dimensions
133 x 89 x 19 mm
Range of Operating Temperatures
0...+55ºC
Temperature
7.1.1.2 Keys funcionality
One menu level back / cancel
GSM Signal
Strength
Digital Clock
20,2 C
0
Menu navigation – up
System Status
Message
Menu navigation – down
Confirm (enter) value
...
Value typing
Keyboard partition switch / minus
symbol for entering negative
temp. value
STAY
BYP
TBL
Main Screen
View
Bypass Mode
Indication
System
Trouble
Indication
Stay Mode
Indication
Custom
Keyboard
Partition
Title
Minus symbol for entering negative temp. value
Fig. No. 10
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ready
GARAGE
00:45
7.1.1.3 Connector and Main Unit Functionality
Vin
Positive 12-14V
power supply contact
COM
Negative 12-14V
power supply contact
G
RS485 interface for communication (green wire)
Y
RS485 interface for communication (yellow wire)
COM
Common connector for Z1
VIN
Z1
Security zone connector
COM
Z1
A0
Keyboard address pin
A0 A1
A1
Keyboard address pin
Buzzer
Mini buzzer providing sound signals
Tamper
Tamper-button for EKB2 enclosure status monitoring
G
Y
COM
Buzzer
Tamper
Fig. No. 11
7.1.1.4 Keyboard Address
A0 and A1 pins located on the back side of the keyboard are intended to set keyboard address. The keyboard address is set by putting
the jumper (-s) on the pins. ESIM264 system allows to connect up to 4 EKB2 keyboards - each set under different address. Jumper
combinations for different keyboard address configuration are indicated in the table below.
Jumper position
Address
A0 A1
Keyboard 1
A0 A1
Keyboard 2
A0 A1
Keyboard 3
A0 A1
Keyboard 4
The address of each connected keyboard is also indicated in ELDES Configuration Tool software.
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7.1.2 Installation
1. Remove the screw located on the bottom side of the enclosure (see Fig.
No. 12)
2. Detach keyboard holder from EKB2 keyboard by gently pulling the
holder towards yourself (see Fig. No. 13).
3. Fix the keyboard holder on the wall using the screws. (see Fig. No. 14)
4. Disconnect ESIM264 main power supply and backup battery.
5. Wire up keyboard contacts to ESIM264 alarm system respectively – Vin
to AUX+, COM to AUX-, Y to Y, G to G.
Fig. No. 12
6. Z1 and COM contacts must be connected with resistor of 5,6kΩ nominal
(see Fig. No. 12). As keyboard zone Z1 is disabled by default, it can be enabled by SMS, EKB2 keyboard, EKB3 keyboard and ELDES Configuration
Tool. Keyboard zone Z1 must be enabled and resistor connected even if
the tamper button alone is required.
7. Set the keyboard address by putting the jumper on A0 and A1 pins (see
chapter 7.1.1.4 Keyboard Address).
8. Fix the keyboard into the holder.
ATTENTION! Before fixing the keyboard into the holder, please, make
sure that the tamper button is properly pressed (see Fig. No. 11).
9. Screw up the bottom side of the enclosure. (see Fig. No. 12)
10. Power up ESIM264 alarm system.
Fig. No. 13
11. EKB2 keyboard is ready.
Fig. No. 14
ESIM264
Y G
VIN
COM
Z1
AUX- AUX+
EKB2
5,6kΩ
Fig. No. 15
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G
Y
COM
7.1.3 Operation Description
EKB2 LCD screen is intended for displaying alarm system status messages and alerts. Message READY is displayed on the screen that
no zones are violated or no troubles are present and the system is prepared for arming. Message NOT READY (and TBL) shows up in
case of zone violation or if system troubles are present. The alarm system cannot be armed until the troubles are removed or violated
zone (-s) is restored, bypassed or set up to operate under Force mode. The following troubles allow system arming when present:
• backup battery problem;
• main power supply failure;
• date & time not set;
• GSM connection problem.
The built-in mini buzzer uses two types of sound signals – three short beeps and one long beep. Three short beeps stand for successfully carried out configuration, one long beep – for invalid configuration. In addition, the mini-buzzer provides continuous short
beeps in case of alarm.
EKB2 can be used even in dark premises as the LCD screen and keys are illuminated continuously. In case of alarm the keyboard illumination level is boosted and stays in this state until the system is disarmed. The illumination level lowers down in 3 minutes after
the last key-touch while the system is disarmed.
7.1.3.1 EKB2 Zone & Tamper
Keyboard EKB2 has one built-in zone Z1 and one tamper button. By default, the keyboard zone Z1 is disabled. The keyboard zone
can be enabled by SMS, EKB2 keyboard, EKB3 keyboard and ELDES Configuration Tool. When Z1 is enabled, it operates like any other
system zone, therefore a sensor can be connected to it. In addition, Z1 and COM contacts must be connected with resistor of 5,6kΩ
nominal.
The tamper button is intended for monitoring the enclosure status of EKB2, therefore the system causes alarm if the enclosure is illegally opened. Keyboard zone Z1 must be enabled and resistor connected even if the tamper button alone is required.
7.1.3.2 Arming & Disarming
The arming and disarming process is performed by entering a valid user (keyboard) password. The default user (keyboard) password
is 1111.
When the system is being armed, the screen displays
icon and initiates the Exit Delay countdown intended for user to leave the
secured area. After the countdown is complete the system locks the keyboard menu, displays icon on the screen for 5 seconds and
returns to the main screen view displaying ARMED message (optional feature).
After the user enters the secured area, the system begins the Entry Delay countdown intended to enter a valid user (keyboard) pass­
word. After the successful disarm process the system unlocks the keyboard menu and displays
icon on the screen for 2 seconds.
In case user does not enter a valid password during the countdown, the system causes alarm and displays the alarm message in the
main screen view. The last alarm message stays displayed in the main screen view until a valid user (keyboard) password is entered.
In addition, after 10 unsuccessful attempts to enter a password, the system disables the arming/disarming possibility for 2 minutes.
NOTE: Arming & disarming can only be performed using a keyboard password assigned to the same partition as the keyboard.
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7.1.3.3 Keyboard Partition
Any EKB2 keyboard can be assigned to one of the two available system partitions. Every system keyboard assigned to different partition can operate independently from each other. The keyboard partition can be assigned:
•
permanently - by EKB2 keyboard, EKB3 keyboard and ELDES Configuration Tool;
•
temporally - by EKB2 keyboard and EKB3 keyboard using keyboard partition switch feature. The partition automatically
switches back to previous partition in 3 minutes after the last key-touch/key-stroke.
In order to find out the keyboard’s partition, please, check the partition title displayed on the main screen view – PART0 (partition 0)
or PART1 (partition 1). The partition title of up to 15 characters length can be customized using ELDES Configuration Tool software.
For more details, please, refer to software’s HELP section.
NOTE: The system can be configured using only one keyboard at a time regardless of the assigned keyboard partition. The displayed icon
with message CONFIGURATION MODE on the screen indicates an inactive EKB2 keyboard while CONFIGURATION MODE stays activated on another keyboard of any partition.
NOTE: The configuration is disabled while any system partition is armed.
See also chapter 5.4.16 Partitions.
7.1.3.4 Icons & Messages
Icon / Message
Description
Delay zone violated when system is disarmed.
Exit Delay countdown initiated.
System is armed and menu is locked.
System is disarmed and menu is unlocked
Icon / Message
24H zone violated.
FIRE ALARM
Fire zone violated.
TAMPER ALARM
READY
NOT READY
ARMED
+ CONFIGURATION
MODE
BURGLARY ALARM
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Configuration mode activated.
Delay, Instant or Follow zone violated when
system is armed.
Description
24 ALARM
Tamper violated
System is ready to be armed.
System is not ready to be armed – one or more
zones / tampers violated.
System is armed (optional feature).
STAY
Stay mode activated
BYP
One or more zones bypassed
TBL
One or more system troubles are present
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7.1.4 Menu Tree
MAIN SCREEN VIEW
P1
OK
PART [0... 1] | [custom name]
TAMPERS
BYPASS
TAMPER [1... 44]
VIOLATED ZONES
ZONE [1... 44]
BYP VIOLATED ZONES
TROUBLES
Z [1... 12]
BYPASS LIST 1
T [1... 6]
UNBYPASS / BYPASS
Z [13...44]
DATE/TIME SET
BYPASS LIST 2
[YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM]
UNBYPASS / BYPASS
Z [13...44]
BYPASS LIST 3
CONFIGURATION
UNBYPASS / BYPASS
ENTER ADMIN PSW
PRIMARY SET
PGM OUTPUTS
ZONES
RF DEVICES
[RF DEVICE MODEL] [ID]
IBUTTON KEYS
[XXXX]
ENTER USER PSW
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RESET TO DEFAULT
BATTERY
ERROR RATE
SIGNAL
FW RELEASE
ARC SET
MAIN SCREEN VIEW / OK / CONFIGURATION / PRIMARY SET
PRIMARY SET
CALL/SMS SET
USER
USER [1... 5]
PARTITION
ARM/DISARM EVENT
PARTITION [0... 1]
SMS ALL
PERIOD
TIME
DISABLE / ENABLE
[0... 99]
[0... 23]
INF ABOUT
ARM/DARM
DISABLE / ENABLE
INFO SMS SCHED
TEMP SENSOR
TEMP. MIN
[-55... +125]
TEMP. MAX
[-55... +125]
DISABLE / ENABLE
NUMBER
DIS SMS
DUR ALM.
[XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
DIS CALL
DURING ALM.
DISABLE / ENABLE
DISABLE / ENABLE
INFO SMS
EXIT DELAY
[0... 600]
PASSWORD
DURESS PSW
DISABLE / ENABLE
SIREN SET
ALARM TIME
[1... 10]
BELL SQUAWK
DISABLE / ENABLE
N/A / [1... 10]
GBR PSW
KEYBOARD PSW
N/A / [1... 10]
REMOVE PSW
[0000... 9999]
PSW [1... 10]
ALLOW ONLY
PRS USR
[0000... 9999]
DISABLE / ENABLE
PASSWORD
[0000... 9999]
PARTITION
RF LOSS ALARM
PSW FOR SMS
POWER STATUS
DISABLE / ENABLE
CHECK EXT. PWR ST
DISABLE / ENABLE
AC FAILURE DELAY
AC RESTORE DELAY
[0... 65535]
[0... 65535]
ADMIN PSW
PARTITION [0... 1]
[0000... 9999]
SMS LANGUAGE
KEYBOARD PARTITION
PARTITION SWITCH
DISABLE / ENABLE
LITHUANIAN / RUSSIAN / ENGLISH / ESTONIAN /
LATVIAN / CZECH / SLOVAKIAN / GREEK
DATE/TIME SET
[YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM]
GSM AUDIO
KBRD PARTITION
KBRD [1... 4]
PARTITION
MIC LEVEL
PARTITION [0... 1]
[0... 15]
SPEAKER LEVEL
[0... 100]
LOG SET
DISABLE / ENABLE
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MAIN SCREEN VIEW / OK / CONFIGURATION / ZONES
ZONES
WIRED ZONES
ZONE [1... 12]
STATUS
DISABLE / ENABLE
FOLLOW / INSTANT / 24H /
DELAY / FIRE / SILENT
STAY
DISABLE / ENABLE
PARTITION [0... 1]
TYPE
PARTITION
NAME
FOLLOW / INSTANT / 24H /
DELAY / FIRE / SILENT
TYPE
ENTRY DELAY
[1... 65535]
TAMPER NAME
FORCE
DISABLE / ENABLE
NAME
ENTRY DELAY
[1... 65535]
STAY
DISABLE / ENABLE
PARTITION [0... 1]
PARTITION
TAMPER NAME
FORCE
DISABLE / ENABLE
TYPE [1... 3]
ZONE MODE NO ATZ
TYPE [4... 5]
ZONE MODE ATZ
DISABLE / ENABLE
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NAME
[1... 65535]
[1ST... 4TH] KEYBOARD ZONE
STATUS
RF ZONE [1... 16]
ENTRY DELAY
KEYBOARD ZONES
DISABLE / ENABLE
WIRELESS ZONES
CHIME
STATUS
TYPE
DISABLE / ENABLE
FOLLOW / INSTANT / 24H /
DELAY / FIRE / SILENT
STAY
TAMPER NAME
FORCE
DISABLE / ENABLE
PARTITION
PARTITION [0... 1]
DISABLE / ENABLE
EPGM ZONES
EPGM ZONE [1... 16]
NAME
ENTRY DELAY
STATUS
TYPE
[1... 65535]
TAMPER NAME
FORCE
STAY
DISABLE / ENABLE
FOLLOW / INSTANT / 24H /
DELAY / FIRE / SILENT
DISABLE / ENABLE
PARTITION
PARTITION [0... 1]
DISABLE / ENABLE
ATZ MODE
DISABLE / ENABLE
ARM/DISARM BY ZONE
N/A / ZONE [1... 44]
MAIN SCREEN VIEW / OK / CONFIGURATION / PGM OUTPUTS
PGM OUTPUTS
USING EPGM8
PGM OUTPUTS
RF OUTPUTS
OUTPUT [1... 12]
OUTPUT [13... 44]
DISABLE / ENABLE
STATUS
NAME
STATUS
DISABLE / ENABLE
NAME
DISABLE / ENABLE
MAIN SCREEN VIEW / OK / CONFIGURATION / IBUTTON KEYS
IBUTTON KEYS
NEW IBUTTON
IBUTTON [1... 5]
DISABLE / ENABLE
ID
PARTITION
REMOVE
PARTITION [0... 1]
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MAIN SCREEN VIEW / OK / CONFIGURATION / ARC SET
ARC SET
CID MESSAGES
CID ENABLED
DISABLE / ENABLE
EXT.PWR L/R EV
DISABLE / ENABLE
ARMED EVENT
DISABLE / ENABLE
ALARM/RESTORE EV
ACCOUNT
[0000... 9999]
ARC STATION NUM
DISABLE / ENABLE
BATTERY STATUS EV
DISABLE / ENABLE
DISARMED EVENT
DISABLE / ENABLE
EXT.PWR L/R EV
[XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
ARMED EVENT
[XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
ATTEMPTS
[1... 10]
BATTERY STATUS EV
[XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
TEST EVENT
DISABLE / ENABLE
USER
USER MESSAGES
APN
PASSWORD
GPRS SETTINGS
PROFILE
ARMED EVENT
ALARM EVENT
DISABLE / ENABLE
DISABLE / ENABLE
DISARMED EVENT
DISABLE / ENABLE
EXT. PWR REST EV
DISABLE / ENABLE
EXT. PWR LOSS EV
DISABLE / ENABLE
BATTERY STATUS EV
DISABLE / ENABLE
TEST EVENT
ATTEMPTS
DNS1
[0.0.0.0]
DNS2
[0.0.0.0]
SERVER PORT
[1... 65535]
CSD SETTINGS
TEL NUMBER
DEVICE ID
[0000... 9999]
GPRS ATTEMPTS
[XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
[0... 255]
GPRS / VOICE CALLS /
RS485 / CSD / N/A
GPRS / VOICE CALLS /
RS485 / CSD / N/A
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[0.0.0.0]
PROTOCOL
TCP / UDP
LOCAL PORT
[1... 65535]
COMMUNICATION
DISABLE / ENABLE
[1... 10]
SERVER IP
CONNECTION TYPE1
CONNECTION TYPE1
ATTEMPTS PERIOD
[0... 65535]
TEST PERIOD
[0... 65535]
CONNECTION TYPE
CONNECTION TYPE3
GPRS / VOICE CALLS /
RS485 / CSD / N/A
GPRS / VOICE CALLS /
RS485 / CSD / N/A
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7.2 EKB3 - LED Keyboard
EKB3 is a LED keyboard intended for using with ESIM264 alarm system.
Main EKB3 keyboard features:
• arms and disarms the alarm system
• enables and disables Stay mode
• configures system parameters
• displays system status information by LED indicators
• informs about system status via built-in mini buzzer
The system configuration is performed by accessing EKB2 menu and entering the required values. ESIM264 system allows to connect
up to 4 EKB3 keyboards.
7.2.1 Technical Specifications
7.2.1.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics
Power Supply
12-14V
150mA max
Maximum Keyboard Connection Cable Length
100 m.
Dimensions
140x100x18mm
Range of Operating Temperatures
-30...+55ºC
7.2.1.2 LED Funcionality
ARMED
Alarm system is armed /Configuration mode
READY
System is prepared for arming
SYSTEM
System troubles / valid command is being entered
BYPS
Zone bypass mode
1-12
Violated zone
7.2.1.3 Keys Functionality
[BYPS]
Zone bypass mode
[CODE]
Additional options - system trouble list / violated high zone indication / violated tamper indication
[*]
Configuration mode (when typed as a 1st character) / cancel command (when typed as a 2nd character) / keyboard
partition switch (if enabled)
[#]
Confirm (enter) command
[0] ... [9]
Command typing
[STAY]
(currently inactive)
[INST]
(currently inactive)
7.2.1.4 Connector Functionality
AUX+
Positive 12-14V
AUX-
Negative 12-14V
G
RS485 interface for communication (green wire)
Y
RS485 interface for communication (yellow wire)
COM
Common contact
Z1
Security zone
Z2
N/A
86
power supply contact
power supply contact
BACK SIDE
FRONT SIDE
A
B
ARMED
READY
SYSTEM
1
BYPS
7
8
2
9
3
10
4
11
5
12
6
1
2
3
STAY
4
5
6
BYPS
7
8
9
INST
*
0
#
CODE
Fig. No. 16
TAMPER
ON
OFF
DIP SWITCH
COM Y AUXZ2
Z1
G AUX+
Fig. No. 17
7.2.1.5 Keyboard Address
DIP switches located on the back side of the keyboard are intended to set keyboard address. The keyboard address is configured by
setting the DIP switch positions. ESIM264 alarm system allows to connect up to 4 EKB3 keyboards - each set under different address.
DIP switch combinations for different keyboard address configuration are indicated in the table below.
Address Configuration
DIP Switch Position
Address
ON
OFF
Keyboard 1
ON
OFF
Keyboard 2
ON
OFF
Keyboard 3
ON
OFF
Keyboard 4
NOTE: Third switch is not active, therefore its’ position is irrelevant.
The address of each connected keyboard is also indicated in ELDES Configuration Tool software.
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7.2.2 Installation
1. Detach keyboard holder from EKB3 keyboard . Keyboard holder detach points are marked with arrows (see Fig. No. 18).
DOWN SIDE
BACK SIDE
Fig. No. 18
2. Disconnect alarm system ESIM264 power supply and backup battery before connecting the wires.
ESIM264
Y G
AUX- AUX+
EKB3
COM Y AUXZ2
Z1
G AUX+
5,6kΩ
Fig. No. 19
3. Wire up keyboard contacts to ESIM264 alarm system respectively – AUX+ to AUX+, AUX- to AUX-, Y to Y, G to G. (see Fig. No. 19).
4. Z1 and COM contacts must be connected with resistor of 5,6kΩ nominal (see Fig. No. 19). As keyboard zone Z1 is disabled by default, it can be enabled by SMS, ELDES Configuration Tool, EKB2 and EKB3 keyboard. Z2 contact is permanently inactive. Keyboard
zone Z1 must be enabled and resistor connected even if the tamper button alone is required.
5. Set the keyboard address by combining DIP switch positions (see 7.2.1.5 Keyboard Address).
6. Infix the keyboard into the holder (see Fig. No. 18).
ATTENTION! Before fixing the keyboard into the holder, please, make sure that the tamper is properly pressed (see Fig. No. 17).
7. Power up ESIM264 alarm system.
8. EKB3 keyboard is ready.
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7.2.3 Operation Description
The green LED READY indicates that no zones are violated or no troubles are present and the system is prepared for arming. LED
SYSTEM lights up or flashes in case of zone violation or if system troubles are present. The alarm system cannot be armed until the
troubles are removed or violated zone (-s) is restored, bypassed or set up to operate under Force mode. The following troubles allow
system arming when present:
•
backup battery problem;
•
main power supply failure;
•
date & time not set;
•
GSM connection problem.
The built-in mini 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 mini-buzzer provides
continuous short beeps in case of alarm.
EKB3 keys have a LED back-light, therefore it is possible to use this keyboard even in dark premises. In case of alarm the keyboard
back-light turns on and lasts until the system is disarmed. The back-light lasts for 3 minutes after the last key-stroke while the system
is disarmed.
7.2.3.1 EKB3 Zone & Tamper
Keyboard EKB3 has one built-in zone Z1 and one tamper button. By default, the keyboard zone Z1 is disabled. The keyboard zone
can be enabled by SMS, EKB2 keyboard, EKB3 keyboard and ELDES Configuration Tool. When Z1 is enabled, it operates like any other
system zone, therefore a sensor can be connected to it. In addition, Z1 and COM contacts must be connected with resistor of 5,6kΩ
nominal.
The tamper button is intended for monitoring the enclosure status of EKB3, therefore the system causes alarm if the enclosure is illegally opened. Keyboard zone Z1 must be enabled and resistor connected even if the tamper button alone is required.
7.2.3.2 Arming & Disarming
The arming and disarming process is performed by entering a valid keyboard password. The default keyboard password is 1111.
When the system is being armed, the red LED ARMED is illuminated continously and the system initiates the countdown, indicated
by short beeps, intended for user to leave the premises. If the user does not leave the premises before the countdown is complete
the system switches to Stay mode.
After user enters the secured premises, the system begins the countdown intended to enter a valid keyboard password. After the
successful disarm process LED ARMED is switched off. In case user does not ener a valid keyboard password during the countdown,
the system causes alarm and the LED of violated zone (-s) is illuminated continously.
NOTE: Arming & disarming can only be performed using a keyboard password assigned to the same partition as the keyboard.
7.2.3.3 Keyboard Partition
Any EKB3 keyboard can be assigned to one of two available partitions. Every system keyboard assigned to different partition can
operate independently from each other. The keyboard partition can be assigned:
•
permanently - by EKB2 keyboard, EKB3 keyboard and ELDES Configuration Tool;
•
temporally - by EKB2 keyboard and EKB3 keyboard using keyboard partition switch feature. The partition automatically
switches back to previous partition in 3 minutes after the last key-touch/key-stroke.
In order to find out the keyboard’s partition, please, check the position of illuminated LEDs ARMED and READY. If any of these LEDs is
illuminated on the LED section A, the keyboard is assigned to partition 0, if on the B section – the keyboard is assigned to partition 1.
NOTE: The system can be configured using only one keyboard at a time regardless of the assigned keyboard partition. The flashing LED SYSTEM indicates an inactive EKB3 keyboard while CONFIGURATION MODE stays activated on another keyboard of
any partition.
NOTE: The configuration is disabled while any system partition is armed.
See also chapter 5.4.16 Partitions.
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7.3 EPGM1 - Zone & PGM Output Expansion Module
EPGM1 is a hardwired zone & PGM output expansion module intended for using with ELDES GSM alarm systems.
Main EPGM1 features:
• hardwired zone expansion adding 16 additional zones
• 2 PGM outputs for electrical appliance connection
• compatible with ESIM264
7.3.1 Technical Specifications
7.3.1.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics
Power Supply
10-24V
Number of Digital Inputs
16
Nominal Resistance
5,6kΩ
Number of PGM Outputs
2
Maximum PGM Output Current
250 mA
100mA max without Auxiliary Equipment.
PGM Output C1-C2 Circuit
1R
OUT
Open collector output.
Output is pulled to COM when
turned on.
Maximum Commuting PGM Output Values
Voltage – 30V; current 250mA
Auxiliary Equipment Power Supply
13,8V
Dimensions
118 x 47 mm
Range of Operating Temperatures
-20...+55ºC
500 mA max
7.3.1.2 LED Functionality
C2, C1
PGM output C1, C2 status – on/off
Z1 - Z16
Zone Z1 - Z16 status – alarm/restore
STATUS
EPGM1 micro-controller status
7.3.1.3 Connector Funcionality
C1, C2
PGM outputs
Z1 - Z16
Security zones
AUX-
Negative 13,8V
power supply contact for auxiliary equipment
AUX+
Positive 13,8V
power supply contact for auxiliary equipment
Y
RS485 interface for communication (yellow wire)
G
RS485 interface for communication (green wire)
COM
Negative power supply contact
DC+
Positive power supply contact
90
C2
C1
Z1 Z2 Z3 Z4 Z5 Z6 Z7 Z8 Z9 Z10 Z11 Z12 Z13 Z14 Z15 Z16
STATUS
C1 C2 COM Z1 COM Z2
Z3 COM Z4
Z5 COM Z6
Z7 COM Z8 Z9 COM Z10 Z11 COM Z12 Z13 COM Z14 Z15 COM Z16
-AUX+ COM DC+ Y
G
Fig. No. 20
7.3.1.4 Wiring Diagram
Fig. No. 21
C2
C1
Z1 Z2 Z3 Z4 Z5 Z6 Z7 Z8 Z9 Z10 Z11 Z12 Z13 Z14 Z15 Z16
EPGM1
C1 C2 COM Z1 COM Z2
Z5 COM Z6
Z7 COM Z8 Z9 COM Z10 Z11 COM Z12 Z13 COM Z14 Z15 COM Z16
-AUX+ COM DC+ Y
G
Z16
Z15
Z14
Z13
Z12
Z11
Z10
Z9
Z8
Z7
Z6
Z5
Z4
Z3
Z2
Z1
5,6kΩ
5,6kΩ
5,6kΩ
5,6kΩ
5,6kΩ
5,6kΩ
5,6kΩ
5,6kΩ
5,6kΩ
5,6kΩ
5,6kΩ
5,6kΩ
5,6kΩ
5,6kΩ
5,6kΩ
5,6kΩ
.
RELAY
MODULE
Z3 COM Z4
STATUS
Y
G
AUX- AUX+
ESIM264
7.3.2 Installation
1. Disconnect ESIM264 alarm system main power supply and backup battery.
2. Connect EPGM1 DC+ contact to ESIM264 AUX+ contact, EPGM1 COM contact to ESIM264 AUX- contact. EPGM1 Y and G contacts must be connected to
ESIM264 Y and G contacts respectively (see Fig. No. 21).
3. 3. Connect the resistors and sensors to EPGM1 module according to zone connection Type 1, Type 2 or Type 3. See chapter 2.3.2 Zone Connection Types.
4. Power up ESIM264 system.
5. Upon successful startup LED STATUS should be blinking indicating successful
EPGM1 operation.
6. EPGM1 is ready for use with ESIM264 alarm system.
NOTE: ATZ mode is NOT supported for EPGM1 zones. ATZ mode is ineffective for
EPGM1 zones when activated on ESIM264 alarm system.
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7.4 EPGM8 - PGM Output Expansion Module
EPGM1 is a PGM output expansion module intended for using with ELDES GSM alarm system ESIM264. This module allows to
connect up to additional 8 electrical appliances.
Main EPGM8 features:
• PGM output expansion adding 8 additional PGM outputs.
• compatible with ESIM264 alarm system
7.4.1 Technical Specifications
7.4.1.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics
Power Supply
10-24V
Number of PGM Outputs
8
PGM Output D1-D8 Circuit
100mA max
1R
OUT
Open collector output.
Output is pulled to COM when
turned on.
Maximum Commuting PGM Output Values
Voltage – 30V; current 500mA
Dimensions
40 x 55 x 15 mm
Range of Operating Temperatures
-20...+55ºC
7.4.1.2 Connector Functionality
PGM outputs
12V
Positive power supply contact
GND
Negative power supply contact
12V GND
D1 - D8
Fig. No. 22
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D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8
7.4.2 Installation
1. Disconnect ESIM264 alarm system main power supply and backup battery.
2. Insert EPGM8 pins into appropriate ESIM264 alarm system slots (see Fig. No. 23)
STATUS
PWR
Z6
Z5
Z4
Z3
Z2
Z1
C1
C2
NETWORK
C4
C3
ANTENNA
SMA
SIM
CARD
3A
EPGM8
USB
D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8
12V GND
ESIM264
PRG
FUSE
DEF
AKU+
AKU-
AC/DC
AC/DC
AUX+
AUXBELL+
BELLCOM
G
Y
C2
C1
BUZ+
BUZMIC+
MIC+5V
DATA
COM
Z6
COM
Z5
Z4
COM
Z3
Z2
COM
Z1
Fig. No. 23
3. Connect EPGM8 12V positive power supply contact with ESIM264 alarm system AUX+ contact and EPGM8 GND contact with
ESIM264 alarm system AUX- contact. (see Fig. No. 24).
4. Connect the electrical appliances to D1 – D8 PGM outputs. (see Fig. No. 24).
ESIM264
EPGM8
12V GND
AUX- AUX+
D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8
El. Appliance 1
TO AUX+
El. Appliance 2
TO AUX+
El. Appliance 3
TO AUX+
El. Appliance 4
TO AUX+
El. Appliance 5
TO AUX+
El. Appliance 6
TO AUX+
El. Appliance 7
TO AUX+
El. Appliance 8
TO AUX+
Fig. No. 24
5. Power up ESIM264 alarm system.
6. Enable EPGM8 mode using EKB2, EKB3 keyboards or ELDES Configuration Tool software. For more details, please, refer to
software’s HELP section or see chapter 5.4.7 PGM Outputs.
7. EPGM8 is ready for use with ESIM264 alarm system.
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7.5 EA1 – Audio Output Module
EA1 audio output module enables a duplex audio connection for ESIM264 alarm system.
Main EA1 features:
• bi-directional voice conversation during a phone call
• possibility to connect headphones or desktop speakers
7.5.1 Technical Specifications
• 3,5 mm female jack
• Dimensions: 35 x 33 x 12 mm
7.5.2 Installation
1. Disconnect ESIM264 alarm system main power supply and backup battery.
2. Insert EA1 pins into appropriate ESIM264 alarm system slots.
STATUS
PWR
Z6
Z5
Z4
Z3
Z2
Z1
C1
C2
NETWORK
C4
C3
ANTENNA
SMA
SIM
CARD
3A
ESIM264
PRG
USB
FUSE
DEF
EA1
AKU+
AKU-
AC/DC
AC/DC
AUX+
AUXBELL+
BELLCOM
G
Y
C2
C1
BUZ+
BUZMIC+
MIC+5V
DATA
COM
Z6
COM
Z5
Z4
COM
Z3
Z2
COM
Z1
Fig. No. 25
3. Connect headphones or desktop speakers to EA1 3,5 mm female jack.
EA1
Fig. No. 26
4. Power up ESIM264 alarm system.
5. EA1 is ready for use with ESIM264 alarm system.
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7.6 EA2 – Audio Output Module with Amplifier
EA2 audio output module enables a duplex audio connection for ESIM264 alarm system.
Main EA1 features:
• bi-directional voice conversation during a phone call
• possibility to connect a speaker
7.6.1 Technical Specifications
• 1W 8Ω audio amplifier
• Dimensions: 41 x 40 x 24 mm
7.6.2 Installation
1. Disconnect ESIM264 alarm system main power supply and backup battery.
2. Insert EA2 pins into appropriate ESIM264 alarm system slots.
STATUS
PWR
Z6
Z5
Z4
Z3
Z2
Z1
C1
C2
NETWORK
C4
C3
ANTENNA
SMA
SIM
CARD
3A
ESIM264
FUSE
DEF
PRG
USB
EA2
AKU+
AKU-
AC/DC
AC/DC
AUX+
AUXBELL+
BELLCOM
G
Y
C2
C1
BUZ+
BUZMIC+
MIC+5V
DATA
COM
Z6
COM
Z5
Z4
COM
Z3
Z2
COM
Z1
Fig. No. 27
3. Connect a speaker to EA2 Speaker contacts.
EA2
Fig. No. 28
4. Power up ESIM264 alarm system.
5. EA2 is ready for use with ESIM264 alarm system.
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7.7 iButton® Key Reader & Keys
The iButton® key is a chip enclosed in a stainless steel tab usually implemented in a small plastic holder. Each iButton® key holds a
unique identity code (ID) which is used for alarm system ESIM264 arming and disarming procedure.
Main features:
• Up to 5 iButton® keys per alarm system unit ESIM264.
• Communication via 1-Wire® interface.
7.7.1 Technical Specifications
7.7.1.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics
Supported iButton® Key Model
Maxim®/Dallas® DS1990A
Communication Interface
1-Wire®
Maximum Cable Length for 1-Wire® Communication
up to 30 meters
GND
+12V
BELL
7.7.2 Installation
1. Disconnect ESIM264 alarm system main power supply and backup battery.
2. Connect iButton® key reader contact wires to 1-Wire® interface on ESIM264 alarm system: COM and DATA contacts respectively.
ESIM264
COM
Fig. No. 29
DATA
iButton®
key reader
3. Power up ESIM264 alarm system.
4. iButton® key reader is ready for use with ESIM264 alarm system.
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7.7.3 Managing iButton® Keys
The procedure of adding an iButton® key to the system is performed by touching the iButton® key to the iButton® key reader
when New iButton® Key mode is enabled (see Fig. No. 30). Alarm system ESIM264 supports up to 5 iButton® keys with different IDs.
Fig. No. 30
NOTE: iButton® key1 ID can be added without New iButton® Key mode being enabled.
NOTE: When attempting to add the same iButton® Key ID twice, the system will consider this action as arming/disarming despite the
New iButton® Key mode status.
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Enable New iButton®
Key Mode
This function enables New iButton® Key mode allowing to add the iButton® key IDs to the system. iButton® key1 can be added without New iButton® Key mode being enabled.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Disable New
iButton® Key Mode
XXXX_IBPROG:ON
Example: 1111_IBPROG:ON
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → IBUTTON KEYS → NEW IBUTTON → ENABLE
Enter parameter 18 & parameter status value:
[180#]
This function disables New iButton® Key mode.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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SMS text:
SMS text:
XXXX_IBPROG:OFF
Example: 1111_IBPROG:OFF
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → IBUTTON KEYS → NEW IBUTTON → DISABLE
Enter parameter 18 & parameter status value:
[181#]
Check iButton® Key ID
This function displays the added ID of a particular iButton® Key.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Delete iButton® Key ID
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → IBUTTON KEYS → IBUTTON [1... 5] → ID
N/A
If iButton® key is lost or stolen it is necessary to remove the key ID from the system.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
SMS text:
XXXX_RESETIB
This feature removes ALL added iButton® key IDs at once.
Example: 1111_RESETIB
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → IBUTTON KEYS → IBUTTON [1... 5] → REMOVE
N/A
See also chapter 5.4.16 Partitions
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8. ELDES Wireless Devices
Main features:
• Up to 16 ELDES wireless devices per alarm system unit ESIM264 with EWT1 module installed.
• Two-way wireless communication.
• Supervised communication link with configurable self-test period.
• 4 wireless connection frequency modes.
• Maximum wireless connection range is 150 meters (in open areas).
NOTE: It is NOT RECOMMENDED to switch the frequency modes.
Add Wireless Device
to the System
ELDES wireless device ID number is necessary in order to add the wireless device to the system. The device ID number is indicated on the outter or inner side of the wireless device enclosure.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
SMS text:
XXXX_SET:yyyyyyyy
Value: yyyyyyyy – 8-digit wireless device ID number
Example: 1111_SET:535185D
N/A
N/A
NOTE: If you are unable to add a wireless device, please, restore the parameters of the wireless device to default and try again.
List Free Wireless
Channels
The system supports up to 16 wireless channels intended for 16 wireless device connections.
This feature allows to to check the list of free available wireless channels.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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SMS text:
XXXX_STATUS_FREE
Example: 1111_STATUS_FREE
N/A
N/A
Replace Wireless
Device
Both old and new device ID numbers are necessary in order to replace the wireless device.
After successful replacement the configuration of the old wireless device is automatically
applied to new device.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Remove Wireless
Device
EKB2
EKB3
Value: yyyyyyyy – 8-digit old wireless device ID number; zzzzzzzz – 8-digit new
device ID number.
Example: 1111_REP:535185D<41286652
N/A
N/A
SMS text:
XXXX_DEL:yyyyyyyy
Value: yyyyyyyy – 8-digit wireless device ID
number. Example: 1111_DEL:535185D
N/A
N/A
ATTENTION: In order to fully
remove the device from the system, please, restore the parameters of ELDES wireless device to
default AND remove it from the
system. If the wireless device parameters are only reset to default
or the device is only removed
from the system, the wireless
device (except EWK1) and the
system attempts to exchange
data packets every 10 seconds
(attempts to keep wireless connection alive). This leads to faster
battery discharge of battery-powered ELDES wireless devices.
This command allows to retrieve the following information of a particular wireless device: wireless device battery level, wireless signal level, error rate (number of failed data transmission
attempts in 10-minute period) and firmware version.
SMS
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XXXX_REP:yyyyyyyy<zzzzzzzz
The wireless device ID is necessary in order to remove the device from the system.
SMS
Wireless Device Info
SMS text:
SMS text:
XXXX_RFINFO:Zn or XXXX_RFINFO:yyyyyyyy
Value: Zn - zone number of wireless device; yyyyyyyy - 8-digit wireless device ID
Example: 1111_RFINFO:8D2586B0
EKB2
OK -> CONFIGURATION -> RF DEVICES -> [RF DEVICE MODEL] [ID] -> BATTERY
OK -> CONFIGURATION -> RF DEVICES -> [RF DEVICE MODEL] [ID] -> SIGNAL
OK -> CONFIGURATION -> RF DEVICES -> [RF DEVICE MODEL] [ID] -> ERROR RATE
OK -> CONFIGURATION -> RF DEVICES -> [RF DEVICE MODEL] [ID] -> RF VERSION
EKB3
N/A
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8.1 EWT1 - Wireless Transmitter-Receiver
Wireless transmitter-receiver EWT1 is an add-on module for ESIM264 system. It enables wireless transmission through alarm system
ESIM264 and ELDES wireless devices, such as: wireless PIR movement sensors EWP1, wireless expansion modules EW1, wireless indoor
sirens EWS1, wireless outdoor sirens EWS2, wireless magnetic door contacts EWD1 and wireless key-fobs EWK1.
EWT1 enables ESIM264 alarm system to connect up to 16 wireless devices at a time. Maximum wireless connection range is 150
meters (in open areas).
8.1.1 Technical Specifications
8.1.1.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics
Wireless Transmitter-Receiver Frequency
868 MHz
Dimensions
68x38x18mm
Operating Temperature Range
-20...+55ºC
Wireless Communication Range
Up to 30 meters in premises; up to 150 meters in open areas
Maximum Number of Wireless Devices
16
8.1.2 Installation
Fig. No. 31
SMA
SIM
CARD
3A
FUSE
ANTENNA SMA
GSM
MODEM
C4
C3
LED
EWT1
USB
ESIM264
AC/DC
AC/DC
AUX+
AUXBELL+
BELLCOM
G
Y
C2
C1
BUZ+
BUZMIC+
MIC+5V
DATA
COM
Z6
COM
Z5
Z4
COM
Z3
Z2
COM
Z1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Disconnect ESIM264 alarm system main power supply and backup battery.
Insert EWT1 pins into appropriate ESIM264 slots as indicated in Fig. No. 31.
Mount the antenna to EWT1. It is not recommended to install the antenna inside the metal enclosure.
Power up ESIM264 system.
EWT1 is ready to use with ESIM264 system.
8.2 EW1 - Wireless Zone & PGM Output Expansion Module
Wireless expansion module EW1 is a wireless device with 2 zones and 2 PGM outputs. This expansion module connects to ELDES
wireless alarm systems and enables wireless access for to 2 wired devices such as movement PIR sensors, magnetic door contacts etc.
In addition it allows to connect and control up to 2 appliances, i.e. lighting, heating etc. After the wiring process to EW1 it is necessary
to bind EW1 to the alarm system by sending a corresponding command via SMS message or using software ELDES Configuration Tool.
It is possible to connect up to 16 EW1 devices to ESIM264 alarm system at a time. The maximum wireless connection range is 150
meters (in open areas).
8.2.1 Technical Specifications
8.2.1.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics
Power Supply
7-15V
Number of Zones
2
Number of PGM Outputs
2
Wireless Transmitter-Receiver Frequency
868 MHz
Range of Operating Temperatures
-20...+55ºC
Dimensions
38x60x12mm
Wireless Communication Range
Up to 30 meters in premises; up to 150 meters in open areas
Compatible with Alarm Systems
ELDES Wireless
Maximum Commuting PGM Output Values
Voltage – 30V; current 500mA
COM
Z2
Z1
LED
D1
D2
Fig. No. 32
C2
C1
DC+
20mA max
Fig. No. 33
Wireless Expansion
Module EW1
DC+ C1 C2
Z1
Z2 COM
8.2.1.2 Connector & LED Functionality
COM
Z2, Z1
C2, C1
DC+
D1, D2
LED
Common contact for power supply, zones, PGM outputs
Security zones
PGM outputs
Positive power supply contact
Pins for restoring default settings
EW1 status
+12V
Power supply
8.2.2 Installation
1. Disconnect ESIM264 alarm system main power supply and backup
battery.
2. Wire up EW1 as indicated in Fig. No. 33
3. Bind the device to ESIM264 alarm system. Use ELDES Configuration Tool software or send a corresponding SMS message.
Please refer to software‘s HELP section or refer to installation manual of ELDES alarm system.
4. The system automatically informs about successful/unsuccessful binding pro­cess. If attempt to bind is unsuccessful, try to
move EW1 closer to ESIM264 alarm system device and bind anew.
5. EW1 module is ready for use.
NOTE: If you are unable to bind the wireless device, please, restore the parameters of the wireless device to default and try again.
See chapter 8.2.4 Restoring Default Parameters for more details.
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8.2.3. EW1 Zones, PGM Outputs & Tamper
Upon successful EW1 module binding process, the system adds 2 wireless Instant zones intended for wired sensor connection and 2
wireless PGM outputs intended for electrical appliance connection and control.
The wireless connection loss between EW1 and ESIM264 alarm system leads to system alarm regardless of system being armed or
disarmed. The system identifies this event as a tamper violation and sends alarm by SMS message and phone call to the user (-s) by
default. The SMS message contains the violated tamper number and a star * character indicating wireless connection loss as a tamper
alarm cause.
ATTENTION: The tamper will not operate if both wireless zones are disabled.
8.2.4 Restoring Default Parameters
1. Disconnect EW1 power supply.
2. Short circuit (connect) pins D1 and D2.
3. Power up EW1 and wait until LED provides several short
flashes.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Disconnect power supply.
Remove short-circuit from D1 and D2 pins.
Power up EW1.
Parameters restored to default.
8.3 EWP1 – Wireless PIR Movement Sensor
EWP1 is a wireless device with integrated PIR movement detector and operates with ELDES wireless alarm systems. The user only
needs to switch on the EWP1 sensor and bind it to ESIM264 alarm system by sending a corresponding command via SMS message
or using software ELDES Configuration Tool. User can also monitor temperature of the surrounding areas in real-time as EWP1 has a
built-in temperature sensor.
It is possible to connect up to 16 EWP1 devices to ESIM264 alarm system at a time. The maximum wireless connection range is 150
meters (in open areas).
8.3.1 Technical Specifications
8.3.1.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics
Battery Type
ER14505 AA Lithium Thionyl Chloride
Battery Voltage; Capacity
3,6 V; 2,4 Ah
Battery Operation Time
~18 months*
Wireless Transmitter-Receiver Frequency
868 MHz
Range of Operating Temperatures
-10 ... +55°C
Dimensions
104x60x33mm
Detection Coverage Angle
90°
Maximum Detection Distance
10 meters
Compatible with Alarm Systems
ELDES Wireless
Wireless Communication Range
Up to 30 meters in premises; up to 150 meters in open areas
* This operation time might vary in difference conditions.
1 – Motion detector
1
2
3
4
2 – LED indicators informing about status of PIR sensor EWP1
3 – TAMPER button automatically identifies when the box of sensor EWP1 is open or closed
4 – RESET button for reseting system parameters
5 – ER14505 3,6 V Lithium Thionyl Chloride battery
5
Fig. No. 34
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8.3.2 Installation
1. Choose the place where intrusion into the premises is the most probable and install the device. To avoid false triggers of
the system do not install it in the following places:
• directing the lens to direct sunlight, for example, to the window of the premises;
• where there is a risk of sudden temperature alteration, for example, near a fireplace or heating system;
• where there is an enlarged possibility of dust or air flow;
• behind the curtain or some other cover blocking the detected zone.
Fig. No. 35
2. Fix EWP1 sensors mounting holder with two screws to the wall and attach the sensor.
3. Bind the device to ESIM264 alarm system. Use a software ELDES Configuration Tool or send corresponding SMS messages.
Please refer to software‘s HELP section or refer to chapter 8. ELDES Wireless Devices for more details.
4. The system automatically informs about successful/unsuccessful binding process. If attempt to bind is unsuccessful, try to
move EWP1 closer to alarm system device and bind anew.
5. EWP1 is ready to use.
8.3.3 EWP1 Zone & Tamper
Upon successful EWP1 sensor binding process, the system adds 1 wireless Instant zone intended for movement detection. By, default,
the alarm is caused instantly if any movement is detected in coverage area of the sensor (when system is armed).
In case of tamper violation, the alarm is caused regardless of system being armed or disarmed. There are 2 ways to detect tamper
violation on EWP1 sensor:
• By tamper button. EWP1 has a built-in tamper button intended for monitoring the enclosure status. Once the enclosure of
EWP1 is illegally opened, the tamper button becomes unpressed. This action is followed by alarm which is sent by SMS message and phone call to the user (-s) by default. The SMS message contains the violated tamper number.
• By wireless connection loss. The wireless connection loss between EWP1 sensor and ESIM264 system leads to alarm. The
system identifies this event as a tamper violation and sends alarm by SMS message and phone call to the user (-s) by default.
The SMS message contains the violated tamper number and a star * character indicating wireless connection loss as a tamper
alarm cause.
ATTENTION: The tamper will not operate if the wireless zone is disabled.
8.3.4 Battery Replacement
Only ER14505 AA Lithium Thionyl Chloride batteries should be used. Install only new, good quality and unexpired batteries. In order
to replace old battery with a new one, open the case of EWP1 and remove the old battery. Then insert new ER14505 3,6V Lithium
Thionyl Chloride battery.
ATTENTION: The battery must be removed if device is not in use.
ATTENTION: In order to avoid fire or explosion hazards, the system must be used only with approved battery. Special care must
be taken when connecting positive and negative battery terminals. Dispose old batteries only into special collection sites. Do not
charge, disassemble, heat or incinerate old batteries.
ATTENTION: Using software ELDES Configuration Tool it is possible to watch the status of the battery in real-time.
8.3.5 Restoring Default Parameters
1. Remove any battery from EWP1.
short flashes.
2. Press and hold the RESET button.
5. Release the RESET button.
3. Insert the battery back to EWP1.
6. Parameters restored to default.
4. Hold the RESET button until LED indicator provides several
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8.4 EWD1 – Wireless Magnetic Door Contact
EWD1 is a wireless device with magnetic contact and panic button which is used to secure doors, windows or any other opening
parts and it operates with ELDES wireless alarm systems. EWD1 is bind to ESIM264 alarm system by sending a corresponding command via SMS message or using software ELDES Configuration Tool. When EWD1 is connected to the system, two wireless zones are
added. First wireless zone is used to monitor the magnetic contacts and the second wireless zone is for managing the panic button.
By default panic button zone is configured as Silent zone and in case the panic button is pressed, the system causes silent alarm (no
siren is activated).
It is possible to connect up to 16 EWD1 devices to ESIM264 alarm system at a time. The maximum wireless connection range is 150
meters (in open areas).
8.4.1 Technical Specifications
8.4.1.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics
Battery Type
CR2032 3V Lithium
Number of Batteries
1
Battery Operation time
15 months*
Wireless Transmitter-Receiver Frequency
868 Mhz
Range of Operating Temperatures
-20...+55ºC
Door Contact Dimensions
60x37x18mm
Magnet Dimensions
60x17x16mm
Wireless Communication Range
Up to 30 meters in premises; up to 150 meters in open areas
Compatible with Alarm Systems
ELDES Wireless
* This operating time may vary in difference conditions.
8.4.2 Installation
1. Open EWD1 enclosure and insert the battery (Fig. No. 36).
Fig. No. 36
RESET
3V
CR2032
+
LED
+
2. Magnetic door contact consists of two parts: a magnet and a sensor. Sensor components are: a mounting part and the
sensor. Magnet components are: a mounting part and the cover.
2.1 Fix the sensor mounting part with two screws on the door or window jamb.
2.2 Fix the magnet mounting part with two screws next to the sensor mounting part on door or window frame. How to fix
the magnetic door contact correctly see Fig. No. 37. The distance between the magnet and the door contact must be no
larger than 20 mm.
Fig. No. 37
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2.3 The sensor should be attached to the fixed sensors mounting part. When attaching sensor pay attention to the tamper
(micro switch) - it must be pressed.
2.4 The magnet cover should be attached to the fixed magnet mounting part.
NOTE: It is not recommend to fix EWD1 in other ways than with screws, e.g. with duck tape.
See Fig. No. 38 for the incorrect ways of fixing the magnetic door contact.
Fig. No. 38
3. Bind the device to ESIM264 alarm. Use a software ELDES Configuration Tool or send corresponding SMS messages. Please
refer to software‘s HELP section or refer to chapter 8. ELDES Wireless Devices for more details.
4. The system automatically informs about successful/unsuccessful binding process. If attempt to bind is unsuccessful, try to
move EWD1 closer to alarm system device and bind anew.
5. EWD1 magnetic door contact is ready to use.
8.4.3 EWD1 Zones & Tamper
Upon successful EWD1 magnetic door contact binding process,the system adds 1 wireless Instant zone and 1 wireless Silent zone.
The wireless zones are applied to the following EWD1 components respectively:
• Magnetic contact - by default, causing alarm if doors/windows is opened when system is armed.
• Panic button - by default, causing silent alarm instantly when pressed.
In case of tamper violation, the alarm is caused regardless of system being armed or disarmed. There are 2 ways to detect tamper
violation on EWD1:
• By tamper button. EWD1 has a built-in tamper button intended for monitoring the enclosure status. Once the enclosure
of EWD1 is illegally opened, the tamper button becomes unpressed. This action is followed by alarm which is sent by SMS
message and phone call to the user (-s) by default. The SMS message contains the violated tamper number.
• By wireless connection loss. The wireless connection loss between EWD1 and ESIM264 system leads to alarm. The system
identifies this event as a tamper violation and sends alarm by SMS message and phone call to the user (-s) by default. The
SMS message contains the violated tamper number and a star * character indicating wireless connection loss as a tamper
alarm cause.
ATTENTION: The tamper will not operate if both wireless zones are disabled.
8.4.4 Battery Replacement
Only CR2032 3V Lithium batteries should be used. Install only new, good quality and unexpired batteries. In order to replace old
battery with a new one, remove front cover of the magnetic door contact (see chapter 8.4.2 Installation), carefully remove the
device PCB and remove old battery. Then insert the new CR2032 3V Lithium battery.
ATTENTION: The battery must be removed if device is not in use.
ATTENTION: In order to avoid fire or explosion hazards, the system must be used only with approved battery. Special care
must be taken when connecting positive and negative battery terminals. Dispose old batteries only into special collection
sites. Do not charge, disassemble, heat or incinerate old batteries.
NOTE: Using software ELDES Configuration Tool it is possible to watch the status of the battery in real-time.
8.4.5 Restoring Default Parameters
1. Remove the battery from EWD1.
short flashes.
2. Press and hold the RESET button.
5. Release the RESET button.
3. Insert the battery back to EWD1.
6. Parameters restored to default.
4. Hold the RESET button until LED indicator provides several
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8.5 EWK1 - Wireless Key-Fob
Key-fob EWK1 – is a wireless device intended to arm and disarm ESIM264 alarm system, to open and close the gates or to control any
other device connected to the alarm system. Wireless key-fob EWK1 is compatible with ELDES wireless alarm systems, therefore user can
easily bind it to the alarm system using ELDES Configuration Tool software or sending a corresponding SMS command. EWK1 key-fob
features four configurable buttons intended to operate according to individual needs. After the button is pressed, EWK1 internal buzzer’s
sound signal confirms a transferred command to ESIM264 alarm system via wireless connection. 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.
Arm security
B1
Optional
funcionality
Disarm
security
Optional
funcionality
B2
B4
B3
The virtual zones of ESIM264 system are intended for EWK1
button configuration. Please, refer to software’s ELDES Configuration Tool HELP section for more details.
It is possible to connect up to 16 EWK1 devices to ESIM264
alarm system at a time. The maximum wireless connection
range is 150 meters (in open areas).
Fig. No. 39
NOTE: Fig. No. 39 reflects the default EWK1 button configuration. All key-fob buttons are configurable according to individual needs.
8.5.1 Technical Specifications
8.5.1.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics
Battery Type
CR2032 Lithium
Battery Voltage; Capacity
3V; 240 mAh
Quantity of Batteries
1
Battery Operation Time
~18 months*
Wireless Transmitter-Receiver Frequency
868 Mhz
Range of Operating Temperatures
-20...+55ºC
Wireless Key-fob Dimensions
54 x 42 x 13 mm
Wireless Communication Range
Up to 30 meters in premises; up to 150 meters in open areas
Compatible with Alarm Systems
ELDES Wireless
* This operation time depends on different conditions and may vary.
8.5.2 Installation
1. Unscrew the EWK1 key-fob housing.
Fig. No. 40
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2. Open EWK1 key-fob housing.
Fig. No. 41
3. Insert CR2032 battery provided in the EWK1 package.
Before inserting the battery, make sure that the battery’s “+” sign is facing the outer side.
3V
CR2032
+
+
Fig. No. 42
4. Close and screw up the key-fob housing.
5. Bind the device to alarm system by sending a corresponding command via SMS message or using ELDES Configuration Tool software. Please, refer to the software’s HELP section or refer to chapter 8. ELDES Wireless Devices for more details.
6. After binding the device to the alarm system, press any EWK1 button several times.
7. EWK1 is ready to use.
ATTENTION: EWK1 wireless key-fob is supported from v16.4 firmware version of EWT1 wireless transmitter-receiver module. In
order to find out the firmware version of EWT1 module, please, contact ELDES technical support: [email protected]
8.5.3 EWK1 Zones (Panic Button)
EWK1 key-fob supports a Panic Button feature allowing to cause alarm at any time when the specified button is pressed. This
feature can be configured using ELDES Configuration Tool by creating a virtual zone of Silent or 24H type and assigning it to Virtual
Alarm option. The Panic Button feature can be set up on any button of EWK1.
8.5.4 Battery Replacement
Only CR2032 3V Lithium batteries can be used for device powering. Install only new, good quality and not expired batteries. In order
to replace the old battery with a new one, remove front cover of the EWK1 key-fob housing (see chapter 8.5.2 Installation), carefully
remove the PCB and remove the old battery. Then insert the new CR2032 3V Lithium battery.
ATTENTION: The battery must be removed when device is not in use.
ATTENTION: In order to avoid fire or explosion hazards, only approved batteries can be used with the system. Special care must
be taken when connecting positive and negative battery terminals. Dispose old batteries only at special collection sites. Do not
charge, disassemble, heat or incinerate old batteries.
NOTE: Using software ELDES Configuration Tool it is possible to watch the status of the battery in real-time.
8.5.5 Restoring Default Parameters
1. Remove the battery from EWK1 key-fob.
short flashes.
2. Press and hold B4 button.
5. Release B4 button.
3. Insert the battery back to EWK1.
6. Parameters restored to default.
4. Hold the button pressed until LED indicator provides several
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8.6 EWS1 – Wireless Indoor Siren
EWS1 is a wireless device with built-in siren speaker and operates with ELDES wireless alarm systems. EWS1 has to be bind to the
alarm system by sending a corresponding SMS message or using software ELDES Configuration Tool. Upon successful EWS1 binding,
the system adds one wireless zone and one wireless PGM output. The wireless zone is used to monitor the device (tamper - when the
batteries are being removed) and the wireless PGM output is used to control the speaker. In case of alarm, the siren provides a sound
alarm for one minute. The configuration of this parameter is disabled for EWS1 in order to save the battery power.
It is possible to connect up to 16 EWS1 devices to the alarm system at a time. The maximum wireless connection range is 150 meters
(in open areas).
8.6.1 Technical Specifications
8.6.1.1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics
Battery Type
1,5V Alkaline AA type
Number of Batteries
3
Battery Operation Time
~18 months*
Wireless Transmitter-Receiver Frequency
868 Mhz
Range of Operating Temperatures
-20...+55ºC
Dimensions
123x73x36mm
Wireless Communication Range
Up to 30 meters in premises; up to 150 meters in open areas
Compatible with Alarm Systems
ELDES Wireless
* This operation time might vary in difference conditions.
8.6.1.2 Main Unit & LED Functionality
EWS1 status indication
-
BATTERY
BATTERY
Fig. No. 43
110
+
-
Battery slots
LED
LED
RESET
BATTERY
+/-
+
Button for restoring default parameters
+
RESET
8.6.2 Installation
1.
Open EWS1 enclosure.
Insert a thin flat-shaped screwdriver or any tool alike into the gap located on the back of the enclosure (see Fig. No. 44).
Fig. No. 44
Push the screwdriver down to the right carefully in order to detach the enclosure parts from each other (see Fig. No. 45)
Fig. No. 45
2. Once the enclosure is opened, remove the plastic tab inserted between one of the battery terminals and battery slot contact (see
Fig. No. 46).
Fig. No. 46
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Fix the siren on the wall using the screws (see Fig. No. 47).
-
LED
RESET
BATTERY
+
BATTERY
-
+
-
BATTERY
+
3.
Fig. No. 47
4.
Close EWS1 enclosure. No tools are required for this action.
5. Bind the device to the alarm system by sending a corresponding command via SMS message or using ELDES Configuration Tool
software. Please, refer to the software‘s HELP section or refer to chapter 8. ELDES Wireless Devices for more details.
6. The system automatically informs about successful/unsuccessful binding process. If attempt to bind is unsuccessful, try to move
EWS1 closer to alarm system device and bind anew.,
7. EWS1 siren is ready for use.
NOTE: If you are unable to bind the wireless device, please, restore the parameters of the wireless device to default and try again.
See chapter 8.6.5. Restoring Default Parameters for more details.
8.6.3 EWS1 Zone, PGM Output & Tamper
Upon successful EWS1 indoor siren binding process,the system adds 1 wireless Instant zone and 1 wireless Siren PGM output. The
wireless zone is intended for EWS1 tamper control and the wireless PGM output is for siren control.
In case of tamper violation, the alarm is caused regardless of system being armed or disarmed. The wireless connection loss between
EWS1 and ESIM264 system leads to alarm. The system identifies this event as a tamper violation and sends alarm by SMS message and
phone call to the user (-s) by default. The SMS message contains the violated tamper number and a star * character indicating wireless
connection loss as a tamper alarm cause.
ATTENTION: The tamper will not operate if the wireless zone is disabled.
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8.6.4 Battery Replacement
1. Open EWS1 enclosure.
2. Remove all 3 old batteries from the battery slots.
3. Postition the 3 new 1,5V alkaline AA type batteries according to the appropriate battery slot positive/negative terminals indicated
on the PCB (printed-circuit-board) of EWS1
4. Insert the batteries into the battery slots.
5. Batteries replaced.
See chapter 8.6.2 Installation for more details.
ATTENTION: Only 1,5V Alkaline AA type batteries can be used. Install only new, high quality and unexpired batteries. Do not mix
the old batteries with the new ones.
ATTENTION: At least 1 battery must be removed if the device is not in use.
ATTENTION: In order to avoid fire or explosion hazards, the system must be used only with approved battery. Special care must
be taken when connecting positive and negative battery terminals. Dispose old batteries only into special collection sites. Do not
charge, disassemble, heat or incinerate old batteries.
NOTE: The battery status can be monitored in real-time using ELDES Configuration Tool software.
8.6.5 Restoring Default Parameters
1. Remove any battery from EWS1.
2. Press and hold the RESET button.
3. Insert the battery back to EWD1.
4. Hold the RESET button until LED indicator provides several short flashes.
5. Release the RESET button.
6. Parameters restored to default.
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8.7 EWS2 – Wireless Outdoor Siren
EWS2 outdoor siren is externally powered siren with integrated wireless module EW1. This wireless module EW1 connects to ELDES
wireless alarm systems and managing EWS2 siren to work with alarm system. EWS2 is bind it to alarm system by sending a corresponding command via SMS message or using software ELDES Configuration Tool and configure zones and PGM outputs. The siren
has a built-in battery and in case of power supply failure, it starts alarming. In case of alarm, the siren provides a sound alarm for one
minute. This parameter can be configured. Please, refer to chapter 5.4.8 Siren for more details.
EW1 module also has one unused zone and one unused PGM output. They can be used to connect variuos additional devices such
as motion sensors, smoke detectors and etc (see chapter 8.2 EW1 - Wireless Zone & PGM Output Expansion Module). For detailed
information of siren configuration, please, refer to Pyronix Decibell E siren manual.
It is possible to connect up to 16 EWS2 devices to the alarm system at a time. The maximum wireless connection range is 150 meters
(in open areas).
8.7.1 Technical Specifications
8.7.1.1 EW1 Electrical & Mechanical Characteristics
Power Supply
7-15V
150mA max
Number of Zones
2
Number of PGM Outputs
2
Wireless Transmitter-Receiver Frequency
868 Mhz
Range of Operating Temperatures
-20...+55ºC
Wireless Communication Range
Up to 30 meters in premises; up to 150 meters in open areas
Compatible with Alarm Systems
ELDES Wireless
Maximum Allowed Zone Voltage Values
0-30V
Maximum Allowed PGM Output Values
Voltage – 30V; current - 500mA
8.7.1.2 EW1 Connector & LED Functionality
COM
Common contact for power supply, zones, PGM outputs
Z2, Z1
Security zones
DC+
Positive power supply contact
D1, D2
Pins for restoring default settings
LED
EW1 status
COM
Z2
Z1
LED
D1
D2
C2
C1
DC+
Fig. No. 48
- 12 V
Negative power supply contact
BAT+
Positive battery contact
BAT-
Negative battery contact
SOUNDER+
Positive speaker contact
SOUNDER-
Negative speaker contact
BELL
Bell signal contact
STB
Strobe signal contact
TAMPER
Tamper
TAMPER
Tamper
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BELL
STB
TAMPER
TAMPER
Positive power supply contact
SOUNDERSOUNDER+
+12 V
+12V
-12V
BAT+
BAT-
8.7.1.3 Pyronix Decibell E Siren Connector Functionality
TAMPER
TAMPER
Fig. No. 49
8.7.2 Installation
Fig. No. 50
SOUNDERSOUNDER+
+12V
-12V
BAT+
BAT-
C2
C1
DC+
SIREN
PCB
EW1
D1
D2
BELL
STB
TAMPER
TAMPER
COM
Z2
Z1
BATTERY
SPEAKER
TAMPER
TAMPER
TAMPER
1.
2.
3.
4.
Connect the power supply and battery cables as shown in diagram (see Fig. No. 50).
Fix the siren to the wall.
Connect the power supply.
Bind EW1 device to alarm system by sending a corresponding command via SMS message or using ELDES Configuration
Tool software. Please, refer to the software‘s HELP section or refer to chapter 8. ELDES Wireless Devices for more details. If
attempt to bind is unsuccessful, try to move siren EWS2 closer to central monitoring station and bind anew.
5. Disable EW1 zone Z2. Set EW1 PGM output C1 type to Siren.
6. EWS2 siren is ready to use.
8.7.3 Restoring Default Parameters
1.
2.
3.
4.
8.
9.
10.
Disconnect EW1 power supply.
Short circuit (connect) pins D1 and D2.
Power up EW1 and wait untill LED provides several short flashes.
Disconnect power supply.
Remove short-circuit from D1 and D2 pins.
Power up EW1.
Parameters restored to default.
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9. Monitoring Station
9.1 Basic Overview
The data transmission from ESIM264 alarm system to monitoring station can be carried out by one of the following communication
methods at a time:
•
GPRS Network;
•
Voice Calls (GSM Audio);
•
RS485 Interface;
•
CSD (Circuit Switched Data).
The system supports 1 primary communication and up to 3 backup communications. All of the aforementioned communication
methods can be set up as primary or backup in any sequence order by EKB2 keyboard, EKB3 keyboard and ELDES Configuration Tool
software. For more details, please, refer to software’s HELP section and chapter 9.3 Monitoring Station Parameter Configuration
(SMS, EKB2, EKB3).
ATTENTION: ESIM264 system is fully compatible with Kronos NET/Kronos LT monitoring station software for communication via
GPRS network. When using different monitoring station software, EGR100 GPRS software is necessary. EGR100 is freeware and can
be downloaded at www.eldes.lt
9.2 Event Messages
The event messages can either be transmitted to monitoring station alone or to monitoring station with duplication by SMS (user
messages) to User1 phone number.
The following table provides the CID codes of events supported by ESIM264 alarm system:
Seq. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
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Contact ID® Code
1110
3111
1121
3121
1130
3130
1133
3133
1144
3144
1146
3146
1158
1159
1301
3301
1302
1308
1311
1381
3381
1401
3401
1456
3456
1463
3463
1602
1900
Event Description
Fire Zone Alarm
Fire Zone Restore
Armed by User (Duress Password)
Disarmed by User (Duress Password)
Burglary Alarm
Burglary Restore
24H Zone Alarm
24H Zone Restore
Tamper Alarm
Tamper Restore
Silent Zone Alarm
Silent Zone Restore
Temperature Exceeded
Temperature Fallen
Main Power Loss
Main Power Restore
Wireless Sensor Low Battery
Device Shut Down
ESIM264 Backup Battery Fail
Wireless Signal Loss
Wireless Signal Restore
Armed by User
Disarmed by User
Armed by User (Stay Mode)
Disarmed by User (Stay Mode)
Armed by User (SGS Password)
Disarmed by User (SGS Password)
Periodical Test
Device Started
Duplication by SMS
*
**
**
*
*

*






***


**
**
**
**


* - does not contain specific alarm type indication.
** - does not contain password type Stay mode indication.
*** - contains violated tamper number with a star “*” character.
9.3 Monitoring Station Parameter Configuration (SMS, EKB2, EKB3)
9.3.1 Main Parameters
Enable CID mode
This mode enables data transmission from alarm system ESIM264 to the monitoring station.
By default, this mode is disabled.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Disable CID mode
XXXX_scnset:on
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → CONTACT ID MSG → CID ENABLED → ENABLE
Enter parameter 23 & parameter status value:
[231#]
This command disables CID mode.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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SMS text:
SMS text:
XXXX_scnset:off
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → CONTACT ID MSG → CID ENABLED → DISABLE
Enter parameter 23 & parameter status value:
[230#]
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Enable CID Messages
This command enables a particular CID message.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
118
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → CONTACT ID MSG → ALARM/RESTORE EV → ENABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → CONTACT ID MSG → EXT. PWR L/R EV → ENABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → CONTACT ID MSG → BATTERY STATUS EV → ENABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → CONTACT ID MSG → ARMED EVENT → ENABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → CONTACT ID MSG → DISARMED EVENT → ENABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → CONTACT ID MSG → TEST EVENT→ ENABLE
Enter parameter 24, event number & parameter status value:
[24011#] - Alarm/Restore Event
[24021#] - Main Power Loss/Restore Event
[24031#] - Backup Battery Status Event
[24041#] - Armed Event
[24051#] - Disarmed Event
[24061#] - Test Event
Enable User messages
when CID mode enabled
User Messages allow to select particular SMS messages to be delivered to users when CID
mode is enabled. By default, all User Messages are disabled.
Available User messages:
Alarm Event – SMS about alarm events.
Disarmed Event – SMS about disarm events.
Armed Event – SMS about arm events.
Main Power Loss Event – SMS about main power supply loss events.
Main Power Restore Event – SMS about main power supply restore events.
Backup Battery Status Event - SMS about low backup battery status.
Test Event - SMS with test information about the status of the device.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → USER MESSAGE → ALARM EVENT → ENABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → USER MESSAGE → ARMED EVENT → ENABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → USER MESSAGE → DISARMED EVENT → ENABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → USER MESSAGE → EXT. PWR LOSS EV → ENABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → USER MESSAGE → EXT. PWR REST EV → ENABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → USER MESSAGE → BATTERY STATUS EV → ENABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → USER MESSAGE → TEST EVENT→ ENABLE
Enter parameter 25, event number & parameter status value:
[25011#] - Alarm Event
[25021#] - Disarmed Event
[25031#] - Armed Event
[25041#] - Main Power Loss Event
[25051#] - Main Power Restore Event
[25061#] - Backup Battery Status Event
[25071#] - Test Event
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Disable User Messages
This command disables particular User Messages.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Account (Alarm
System ID)
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → USER MESSAGE → ALARM EVENT → DISABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → USER MESSAGE → ARMED EVENT → DISABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → USER MESSAGE → DISARMED EVENT → DISABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → USER MESSAGE → EXT. PWR LOSS EV → DISABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → USER MESSAGE → EXT. PWR REST EV → DISABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → USER MESSAGE → BATTERY STATUS EV → DISABLE
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → USER MESSAGE → TEST EVENT → DISABLE
Enter parameter 25, event number & parameter status value:
[25010#] - Alarm Event
[25020#] - Disarmed Event
[25030#] - Armed Event
[25040#] - Main Power Loss Event
[25050#] - Main Power Restore Event
[25060#] - Backup Battery Status Event
[25070#] - Test Event
Account is an alarm system ID code required for identification by monitoring station. This ID
code is transmitted via data message allowing the monitoring station to identify the alarm
system device. The default Account ID 9999 must be changed.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
120
N/A
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → ACCOUNT → [XXXX]
Value: [XXXX] – 4 digit account ID code, range – [0000... 9999]
Enter parameter 27 & account ID code
[27xxxx#]
Value: xxxx – 4 digit account ID code, range – [0000... 9999]
Set Primary
Communication Type
Primary communication type for data transmission from the alarm system to monitoring station. Available types: GPRS Network, Voice Calls (GSM audio channel), RS485, CSD. By default
the primary communication type is GPRS network.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Set Backup
Communication
Type (-s)
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → COMMUNICATION →
CONNECTION TYPE → GPRS / VOICE CALLS / RS485 / CSD / N/A
Enter parameter 48 & connection type value:
[480#] - GPRS Network
[481#] - Voice Calls
[482#] - RS485
[483#] - CSD
[484#] - N/A
This command sets the sequence order of backup communication types in case of primary
communication failure. There can be up to 3 backup communications set in any sequence order.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → CONNECTION TYPE1 →
GPRS / VOICE CALLS / RS485 / CSD / N/A
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → CONNECTION TYPE2 →
GPRS / VOICE CALLS / RS485 / CSD / N/A
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → CONNECTION TYPE3 →
GPRS / VOICE CALLS / RS485 / CSD / N/A
Enter parameter 83, backup communication entry number & communication type value:
[83xx0#] - GPRS Network
[83xx1#] - Voice Calls
[83xx2#] - RS485
[83xx3#] - CSD
[83xx4#] - N/A
Value: xx - backup communication entry number, range - [01... 03]
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Delay Between
Attempts
This feature allows to set a delay period of time between data message sending at­tempts to
monitoring station in case the initial attempt was unsuccessful. By default, this time period
is 600 seconds.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Test Period
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → COMMUNICATION → ATTEMPTS PERIOD → [XXXXX]
Value: [XXXXX] – delay between attempts time period in seconds, range – [0...
65535]
Enter parameter 69 & time period:
[69x#]
Value: x - delay between attempts time period in seconds, range – [0... 65535]
Time period of data test message sending to monitoring station. This message is inten­ded for
alarm system status checking. The default test period is 180 seconds.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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N/A
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → COMMUNICATION → TEST PERIOD → [XXXXX]
Value: [XXXXX] – test time period in seconds, range - [1... 65535]
Enter parameter 46 & test time period:
[46xx#]
Value: xx – test time period in seconds, range - [1... 65535]
9.3.2 GPRS Network Settings
Server IP address
(GPRS)
Public IP address of the monitoring station. This parameter is intended for communication
between the alarm system and monitoring station via GPRS network.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
DNS1 Server IP
Address (GPRS)
EKB2
EKB3
Value: 0.0.0.0 – Server IP address digits
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → GPRS SETTINGS → SERVER IP → [0.0.0.0]
Value: [0.0.0.0] – Server IP address digits
Enter parameter 40 & Server IP address:
[40xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Value: xxxxxxxxxxxx – Server IP address digits
SMS text:
XXXX_setgprs:dns1:0.0.0.0
Value: 0.0.0.0 – DNS1 IP address digits
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → GPRS SETTINGS → DNS1 → [0.0.0.0]
Value: [0.0.0.0] – DNS1 IP address digits
Enter parameter 41 & DNS1 IP address:
[41xxxxxxxxxxx]
Value: xxxxxxxxxxxx – DNS1 IP address digits
Secondary DNS server IP address.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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XXXX_setgprs:ip:0.0.0.0
Primary DNS server IP address.
SMS
DNS2 server IP
address (GPRS)
SMS text:
SMS text:
XXXX_setgprs:dns2:0.0.0.0
Value: 0.0.0.0 – DNS2 IP address digits
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → GPRS SETTINGS → DNS2 → [0.0.0.0]
Value: [0.0.0.0] – DNS2 IP address digits
Enter parameter 42 & DNS2 IP address:
[42xxxxxxxxxxx]
Value: xxxxxxxxxxxx – DNS2 IP address digits
123
Server Port (GPRS)
Server port number for communication.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Local Port (GPRS)
EKB2
EKB3
Value: yyyyy - server port number, range - [1... 65535]
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → GPRS SETTINGS → SERVER PORT → [XXXXX]
Value: [XXXXX] – server port number, range - [1... 65535]
Enter parameter 44 & server port number:
[44x#]
Value: x – server port number, range - [1... 65535]
SMS text:
XXXX_setgprs:lport:yyyyy
Value: yyyyy - local port number, range - [1... 65535]
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → GPRS SETTINGS → LOCAL PORT → [1... 65535]
Value: [XXXXX] – local port number, range - [1... 65535]
Enter parameter 45 & local port number:
[45x#]
Value: x – local port number, range - [1... 65535]
User can switch between TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) or UDP (User Datagram Protocol) communication protocol. The default protocol is TCP.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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XXXX_setgprs:port:yyyyy
Local port number for communication.
SMS
Protocol (GPRS)
SMS text:
SMS text:
XXXX_setgprs:protocol:yyy
Value: yyy - communication protocol, range - [tcp - TCP protocol; udp - UDP
protocol].
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → GPRS SETTINGS → PROTOCOL → TCP / UDP
Enter parameter 43 & protocol type value:
[431#] - UDP protocol
[430#] - TCP protocol
APN (GPRS)
Access-point-name provided by GSM operator.
APN can be set and edited using ELDES Configuration Tool and SMS only.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
User (GPRS)
Value: yyy - Access-point-name provided by GSM operator.
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → GPRS SETTINGS → APN
N/A
User name can be set and edited using ELDES Configuration Tool and SMS only.
EKB2
EKB3
SMS text:
XXXX_setgprs:user:yyy
Value: yyy - User name provided by GSM operator.
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → GPRS SETTINGS → USER
N/A
Password provided by GSM operator.
Password can be set and edited using ELDES Configuration Tool and SMS only.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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XXXX_setgprs:apn:yyy
User name provided by GSM operator.
SMS
Password (GPRS)
SMS text:
SMS text:
XXXX_setgprs:user:yyy
Value: yyy - Password provided by GSM operator.
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → GPRS SETTINGS → PASSWORD
N/A
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Profile (GPRS)
Profile name for current GPRS configuration.
Profile name can be set and edited using ELDES Configuration Tool and SMS only.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
GPRS Attempts
XXXX_setgprs:profile:yyy
Value: yyy - profile name for current GPRS configuration.
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → GPRS SETTINGS → PROFILE
N/A
This command sets the number of data transmission attempts via GPRS network in case the
initial attempt was unsuccessful. The default value is 3.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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SMS text:
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → COMMUNICATION → GPRS ATTEMPTS → [XXX]
Value: [XXX] – number of GPRS attempts, range – [0... 255]
Enter parameter 68 & number of GPRS attempts:
[68x#]
Value: x – number of GPRS attempts, range – [0... 255]
Device ID (GPRS)
The 4-digit ID code of the alarm system intended for system identification by EGR100 software. This ID code is indicated as Unit ID in EGR100 software.
This parameter can be set and edited using ELDES Configuration Tool and SMS only.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → COMMUNICATION → DEVICE ID → [XXXX]
Value: [XXXX] – 4 digit device ID code, range – [0000... 9999]
Enter parameter 47 & Device ID code:
[47xxxx#]
Value: xxxx – 4 digit device ID code, range – [0000... 9999]
9.3.3 Voice Calls Settings
Set Monitoring
Station Phone
Number (Voice Calls)
The system supports up to 3 monitoring station phone numbers for communication with the
alarm system via voice calls (GSM audio channel). Tel. Number 1 is mandatory, the other two
are not necessary. All numbers must be entered starting with international country code e.g.
44[area code][local number]. The plus character is not necessary.
SMS
EKB2
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET
→ ARC STATION NUM → TEL. NUMBER [1... 3] → [XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
Value: [XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX] – up to 15 digits phone number
EKB3
MANUAL ELDES ESIM264 V2.0
Enter parameter 26, number of phone number entry & phone number
[26xxyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy#]
Value: xx – number of monitoring station phone number entry, range – [01...
03]; yyyyyyyyyyyyyyy – up to 15 digits phone number
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Delete Monitoring
Station Phone Number
(Voice Calls)
This command removes the selected monitoring station phone number.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
Call Attempts
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → ARC STATION NUM →
TEL. NUMBER [1... 3] → OK → OK
N/A
The system attempts to make additional calls to monitoring station telephone number in case
the initial call fails. After all unsuccessful attempts, the system continues to make a call moving to
the next preset monitoring station phone number in a row. After all unsuccessful call attempts to
all phone numbers, the system returns to Tel. Number 1. By default, number of call attempts is 5.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
128
N/A
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → ARC STATION NUM →ATTEMPTS → [XX]
Value: [XX] – number of attempts, range – [1... 10]
Enter parameter 37 & number of attempts:
[37xx#]
Value: xx – number of attempts, range – [1... 10]
9.3.4 CSD Settings
Set Monitoring
Station Phone
Number (CSD)
The system supports 1 monitoring station phone number for communication with the alarm
system via CSD connection. The number must be entered starting with international country
code e.g. 44[area code][local number]. The plus character is not necessary.
SMS
EKB2
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET → CSD SETTINGS →
TEL NUMBER→ [XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
Value: [XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX] – up to 15 digits phone number
EKB3
CSD Attempts
[85xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx#]
Value: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx – up to 15 digits phone number
This command sets the number of CID data transmission attempts via CSD connection in case
the initial attempt was unsuccessful. The default value is 3.
SMS
EKB2
EKB3
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Enter parameter 85 & monitoring station phone number:
N/A
Menu path:
OK → CONFIGURATION → ARC SET→ CSD SETTINGS→ATTEMPTS → [XX]
Value: [XX] - number of CSD attempts, range - [0... 10]
Enter parameter 84 & number of CSD attempts:
[84xx#]
Value: xx - number of CSD attempts, range - [00... 10]
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For notes
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For notes
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