User Manual
SAFECALL SECURITY”
Complete Wireless Alarm System for Home or Business
GSM WIRELESS SECURITY SYSTEM
No Contract- No Monthly Fees!
USER Manual
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IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ THIS SECTION FIRST
This is a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) GSM Wireless Alarm System designed to help users protect themselves,
their loved ones and their property and personal possessions. Please read through the important
information below before getting started with the WIRELESS ALARM SYSTEM.
e (Carefully follow the instructions in this manual when installing, setting up and programming
the GSM Wireless Alarm System
e Take special notice of any specified notes, or bullet points throughout this manual
e Please take the following precautionary measures while handling and installing the GSM
Wireless Alarm System
Keep the GSM Wireless Alarm System away from water or damp areas
2. Do not install the GSM Wireless Alarm System in direct sunlight or near
extreme heat
3. Do not install the GSM Wireless Alarm System near strong electrical current
or magnetic force
4. Avoid dropping the GSM Wireless Alarm System or placing it in an area
with strong vibration
5. Do not disassemble the product — Doing so will void the Warranty
6. Use only the provided Power Adaptor from supplier
7. The rechargeable backup battery MUST use three (3) AA size Ni-MH
rechargeable batteries. (1.2V/2200mAh)
8. To maintain the GSM Wireless Alarm System and its optimal performance,
users should test the entire system every one to two weeks
e The GSM Wireless Alarm System is considered a “Local Alarm” in most states and regions,
which may qualify for certain discounts on homeowner's insurance. Please ask your insurance
company or authorized insurance agent for more details.
NOTE: The Manufacturer shall have no liability for any death, personal and/or bodily
injury and/or damage to property or other loss, whether direct, indirect, incidental,
consequential or otherwise, based on a claim that the Product failed to function.
FEATURES, FUNCTIONS & BENEFITS
SAFECALL G500 Security System is designed to provide a complete alarm solution when a Telephone line
service is NOT available. This System is well suited for remote locations and summer vacation homes.
Other applications include moveable properties such as mobile homes or boats where a fixed telephone
line is NOT available.
In some cases a fixed home telephone is already connected to an Answering Machine, Internet
Provider or a Fax Machine which may cause compatibility problems with an alarm auto-dialer
when operating on the same line. The traditional alarm may not be able to function at the same
time as those other devices causing problems with the alarm remote control function. With the
GSM Wireless Alarm System this will never be a problem.
No hard-wired installation necessary
Up to 300 ft. range covers entire house, apartment, small
business, etc.
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Simple programming & operation
Very user-friendly features & functions
e All setup & programming options are passcode-protected
Easy Setup & Operation °
Allows easy arming, disarming & emergency calls
directly from pocket-sized remote control
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Disarm is only possible via the control panel keypad
code when switched to ON
“Remote Control Disarm e
Disable” Function
“Away” 8: “At-Home” Various programming & arming options for “Away” or
Security Modes "At-Home" security
Entry/Exit Delay time e Awarning tone is given upon “Arming” or “Partial Arming”
Audible Countdown reminding you of imminent siren activation if the premise
Warning Tone
is not vacated during the exit period.
During initial entry to the premise you are also reminded to
disarm the control panel with an identical warning tone.
Entry/Exit Zone (Zone 1)
Allows users time to exit or enter alarmed zone
Countdown beeps alert users before arming
“Walk Through” Feature
Allows users to active Zone 2~5 without setting alarm off if
Zone 1 is active first, Useful to user can reach Control Panel
to deactivate alarm if Panel is not located directly next to
entrance area, i.e. Zone 2 to 5 will not activate the system
instantly if Zone 1 is activated first.
Built-in Loud Siren
Immediately deters intruders
Alerts users, neighbors & others of an alarm activation
Inbuilt GSM Auto-dialer
with Alarm Notification
Short Message (SMS) &
Automatically calls up to 6 specified phone numbers (cell
phone & fixed telephone) upon alarm activation, and sends
pre-stored Alarm Notification Short Messages (SMS) and
Voice Message
plays pre-recorded Voice Message (20 seconds)
Allows call recipients to respond as needed
Inbuilt GSM module — does not need landline
Remote Operation via
Telephone
Call in to arm, disarm, listen in (monitor the alarm site) or
even speak to the intruder from anywhere in the world
Immediately respond to an Alarm Notification Call
Exclusive Integrated
Speakerphone
Allows for advanced 2-way voice communication
Monitor situation or speak directly to an intruder
Converse with emergency personnel during an on-site
crisis situation
One-button Emergency
Call
Make on-site emergency calls directly from Remote Control
or Keypad
Call out to emergency personnel during on-site panic or
crisis situations
Entry Chimes during e Signals whenever door is opened during Alarm OFF mode
Alarm OFF mode e Alerts whenever children or others enter or exit
Rechargeable Backup e Backup power for Control Panel in the event of a power
Battery outage (Use 3 pieces of AA size 1.2V/2200mAh
rechargeable battery)
Long-Life Sensor
Door/Window Sensor & Remote Control use 12V/23A
Batteries alkaline battery.
' e Door/Window Sensor & PIR sensor use 9V Alkaline
battery
e Control Panel notifies users of any low-battery situation
Battery Low Alert e Alerts users of low battery status on Sensors/Transmitters
Tamper Protection e Al detector covers and the control panel battery cover (except
the Remote Control)are prevented from deliberate removal
without first entering the TEST” (Battery Change)mode
Any attempt to remove the covers will activate an alarm
“Memory Chip” Stores All
Programmed Data
EEPROM retains all programmed settings for each User
Function, even during power outages
Completely Expandable &
Customizable
Add any number of Wireless Sensors/Detectors to each zone
The expansion connector on control panel allows you to
connect to an external siren & strobe unit etc.
MAIN COMPONENTS & OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Package Contents
The following table lists the content of package.
Item Qty
Control Panel 1 pc
Wireless Door/Window Sensor 1 pc
Wireless Pocket Remote 1 pc
Adaptor 1 pc
Mounting Screws/Hardware 1 pc
User Manual 1 pc
Optional Add-on Accessories
Wireless Door/Window Sensor
- Used for doors and windows to alert system of burglary attempt, or any
entering or exiting of the alarmed zone
Wireless PIR Motion Detector
- Used to detect motion in any room or open area, while immediately alerting
system
Wireless Pocket Remote Control
- Used to Arm and Disarm system, and to make PANIC/EMERGENCY calls
during crisis situations
Wireless Smoke Detector
Used to detect smoke/fire and immediately alert system of potential fire
situation
Wired Indoor/Outdoor Loud Siren w/ Strobe
- Used indoors or outdoors to create piercing audible siren and visual
flashing red strobe light immediately upon alarm activation
Other accessories may be available
- Accessories such as Wireless Signal Extenders, Wireless Doorbells, Shock
Sensors and more are be available
NOTE: An unlimited amount of sensors/detectors can be used with the GSM Wireless
Alarm System. This allows you to expand and customize your security system as needed.
PLANNING YOUR INSTALLATION
Before proceeding with any part of the installation you must give very careful consideration to the
location of detectors, the control panel and external siren unit. It would prove extremely useful if you
sketch a plan of your property and identify the optimum location of each component of the system.
The starter kit is designed to suit the smallest property and provide a significant improvement in
protection. The use of additional detectors is strongly recommended in larger buildings, for example a
home consisting of 4 rooms on the lower floor and 4 rooms on the upper floor should use at least 4 PIR
Motion Detectors and 3 Door/Window Sensors. It is possible to add any number of detectors for each zone.
Detectors/sensors set to Zone 2 & 3 will not activate the system when set into Partial
Arming (At-Home) Mode. As an example - this is ideal for use in Bedrooms and a Hallway so
that the system may be used in “At-Home Mode” during the night thus allowing the occupant's
access to the upper rooms only.
NOTE:
1. Apart from the wireless distance range between Detectors and Control Panel. It's also very important
that the location chosen for Control Panel MUST have sufficient GSM signal reception level
2. The GSM signal will only be picked up after the control panel is powered on for approx. 1 minute
The picture below is a plan showing typical home and how best to position the detectors. The Control
Panel is positioned at a center point between detectors for optimum reception performance.
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Setup and installation of the GSM Wireless Alarm System is practically effortless, because all of
the sensors and detectors are wireless. If you follow the instructions carefully, you should have
no problem setting up and installing this system, and adding additional and optional accessories
as needed.
Please keep in mind that the factory default settings are specifically set up for simple
installation and programming. Although there are advanced setup and programming options
(see the Advanced Programming), they are NOT NECESSARY unless there are two similar
systems within wireless signal range of each other, or if you desire to change the Site Code or
Zone settings. (See information below).
Ready-to-Go Default Site Code & Zone Settings
NOTE: The factory defaults on all of the sensors are already set up with a generic Site Code
and the most applicable Zone depending upon the sensor (Door/Window Sensors for Zone 1
and PIR Motion Detectors for Zone 2).
The Site Code is what identities the sensors as being unique or different from other wireless
radio devices that maybe in close proximity. In most cases this will not need to be changed
unless 1) The Site Code default was incorrect and does not match with the other Site Code
settings; 2) There are two similar systems within wireless range of each other; 3) Unless
specifically desired by user. The procedure for changing the Site Code and Zone Settings can be
found in the “Advanced Programming” on page 24
If no changes are necessary or desired, continue with the Easy Installation process that follows.
Wireless Door/Window Sensor Installation
Model DW-1: Mount each DW-1 Wireless Door/Window Sensor using the included screws.
Please follow the diagram and illustration details below.
e You will need one Reed Sensor(Switch) wired with Transmitter, one Magnetic Contact, and
the included screws for each Door/Window Sensor setup
Reed Sensor and Magnetic Contact should have a gap within 1 inch
Stretch out cord for best reception
Check that the Site Code and Zone Code is correct
Install a 9-volt battery
NOTE:
1. Avoid installing the Transmitter unit onto a metal door frame, as doing so will reduce the
wireless range dramatically.
2. Use the expansion connector to connect an additional wired Normal Close type (N/C) Reed
Switch and Magnetic Contact if needed.
3. The Wireless Door/Window Sensors can be used to detect the opening of cabinets.
4. Any number of Wireless Door/Window Sensor can be used with the system providing they have
the identical Site Code and mounted within effective wireless range of the Control Panel.
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Mount the Wireless PIR Motion Detector(MD-1) utilizing the included mount and screws. Please
follow the diagram and details below.
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the corner of a room so that the logical path of an intruder would cut across the fan
detection pattern. PIR detectors respond more effectively to movement across the device
than to movement directly towards it.
Mount the PIR detector at a height between 2 and 2.5m. At this height the PIR detector will
have a maximum range of up to 12m with a field of view of 110 degree.
Tilt the Motion Detector facing slightly downward toward open area of room (approx. 14° angle)
If you have a pet, place the included Pet-Immune Sticker on the lowest portion of the screen
Install a 9-volt battery and refit the cover.
IMPORTANT: Set the NORM/TEST switch to “NORM" for normal use (see diagram above).
The default is set to “TEST” for positioning and testing purpose.
IMPORTANT: When the battery is first connected to the PIR a 2~3 minutes period must be
allowed for “Warming up:.
NOTE:
1. Avoid locating the detector facing a window or where it is exposed to or facing sunlight.
2. Avoid locating the detector in areas which contain objects likely to produce a rapid change in
temperature, such as central heating, ventilator, radiator and boiler ducts, and etc.
3. Avoid locating the detector in a position where it is subject to excessive vibration.
4. Make sure the detection area is not obstructed by curtains, large furniture, plants which etc
which may block the pattern of coverage.
5. Avoid installing 2 PIR detectors in one room protecting the same coverage area.
Control Panel Installation
Follow the step-by-step instructions below in accordance with the diagram. Please note that it is
best to centralize the Control Panel within the alarm site to achieve the best wireless range and
functionality. If desired, the Control Panel can be mounted on a wall by utilizing standard screws and
the screw slot on the back of the Control Panel along with the screw hole under the battery cover.
Having previously edited and stored the Alarm Notification Short Messages into the SIM card (See
“Edit and Store the Short Messages (SMS) into a SIM card” on page 11 (SIM Card NOT provided)
following the steps below:
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Pull upward on the SIM card holder, insert the SIM card in correct direction, and then push the
SIM card holder back. Secure the SIM card to its right position by sliding the small metal locker
to the left. (Remove all power including batteries before inserting/removing a SIM card)
Install 3 pieces of AA size 1.2 V/2200mAh Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery(provided)
Connect the ES-01 Wired (N/C) type External Siren & Strobe Unit (Optional accessory)
Refit the battery cover.
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electrical outlet. (The GSM signal will only be picked up after being on for one minute)
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NOTE: Because the batteries and connectors are protected by a Tamper Switch the Control
Panel must be set to TEST Mode when mounting to a wall, replacing the rechargeable backup
batteries or wiring the optional wired accessories,
EDIT AND STORE THE SHORT MESSAGES (SMS) INTO A SIM CARD
The Wireless Alarm Panel has a GSM module built in which provides the function of sending
the pre-stored Alarm Notification Short Messages (SMS) to the preset cell/mobile phone
numbers of your choice when the alarm is activated. The users must prepare a SIM card (NOT
provided) to operate with the GSM module for editing & storing Alarm Notification Short
Messages (SMS).
Store the Alarm Notification Short Messages into a SIM card (Up to 9 Short Messages)
The alarm panel does not provide any function to program and edit the Short Messages (SMS)
into the SIM card. To do this the users must have the following items:
1. A GSM compatible cell phone (mobile phone)
2. A SIM card to be installed into the GSM alarm panel
IMPORTANT: It is recommended that the users shall NOT use a pre-paid SIM card. This
is because the pre-paid SIM card could have under credit or invalid problems after being
used for a certain period of time. Please use a SIM card that pays monthly fees. If you have
any questions please consult with your local telecom or telephone service providers, authorities.
Preparation before the Short Message (SMS) editing
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Install the SIM card into a GSM compatible cell phone (mobile phone)
2. Turn the PIN Code Setting of the SIM card to OFF. (e.g. If use a Motorola, Nokia or Sony
Ericsson cell phone to do this, enter into “Settings” menu and then the “Security Settings”
menu to set the “SIM PIN" or “PIN CODE REQUEST" feature to OFF). Please consult your
telephone manual for more information or instructions.
IMPORTANT: The Alarm Panel's built in GSM module will NOT work if the PIN Code Setting
is NOT set to OFF
3. Delete all Short Messages that might be stored in the “INBOX” of the SIM card as this is
where the Alarm Notification Short Messages (SMS) to be edited and stored into.
4. Always be sure that the newly edited SMS will be stored into the SIM card, NOT THE
MOBILE PHONE. (e.g. If you use a Nokia brand cell phone, in order to do this first enter into
the “Settings” menu and then the “Phone Settings" sub menu. Within the phone settings
selections you should see a sub-menu for “Memory Status” or “Storage Devices.” Go into that
menu and always select the “Memory Card” or “Card” selection/option.
Editing the Alarm Notification Short Messages (SMS)
After completing the above steps, you are ready for editing and storing the Alarm Notification
Short Messages (SMS) into the SIM card. Please note, most of the SIM cards have amount
limit of the texts that can be stored for each Short Message, which is approximate 70 words
including blanks. The GSM Wireless Alarm Panel provides up to 9 Short Messages for the
Alarm Notification. It is best to use this Alarm Notification Short Message (SMS) function to notify
that there has been alarm activation, name of the user, address of the alarm site, and/or to instruct
exactly how the Short Message recipient can respond.
The following instructions will take you through the entire procedure in a simple step-by-step format.
1) Type your Alarm Notification Short Message (SMS) into the OUTBOX of a cell/mobile
phone. You can use a different cell phone or simply send the message to yourself.
2) After completed a Short Message edition, send it to the SIM card's phone number
3) Within a few seconds the cell/mobile phone will receive the Short Message into the
INBOX of the SIM card
4) Repeat the above steps 1) to 3) the users can edit and store up to 9 Alarm
Notification Short Messages into the INBOX of the SIM card.
5) Check the SIM card's INBOX to ensure that all Short Messages (SMS) are
received in correct sequence of your choice.
The following can be used as a guide on how to edit your Alarm Notification Short Messages.
Short Messages (SMS) Script suggestion:
SMS 1: This is (your name). An alarm is activated at my house. | need help!
SMS 2: My address is (your address)
SMS 3: Please dial the number (the SIM card's number) connected to the alarm panel.
SMS 4: After the tone, press my Passcode (your Passcode number)
SMS 5: After the tone, press 4 to listen in/monitor, press 5 to speak to intruder
SMS 6: Call my neighbor Mr. (name) 's number ask for help. Thank you!
SMS 7: Call a police please. There has been a intrusion in my house!
And so on....up to SMS 9
IMPORTANT NOTICE:
1. The SMS recipient will receive the Alarm Notification Short Messages (SMS) following the
sequence that you set on page 15 “Step 4 - Program the Short Messages (SMS) Sending
Sequence”. i.e. The Short Messages (SMS) pre-stored in the SIM card will be sent out to
the preset cell/mobile phone numbers following the sequence that you set.
For example: If you set the Short Message sequence as 1, 2 & 6. The recipients will
receive the SMS as follows:
SMS 1: This is (your name). An alarm is activated at my house. | need help! ........ Zone 1
(Zone 1 = the first activated zone)
SMS 2: My address is (your address) ........Zone 1
SMS 6: Call my neighbor Mr. (name)'s number and ask for help. Thank you! ........Zone 1
PLEASE NOTE:
1. Each SMS will always be followed with the text of the first activated Zone number of
the GSM alarm system at the bottom of the mobile phone screen. For example: Zone 1,
Zone 2,....Zone 6 or P/T Zone (Panic/Tamper Zone).
2. If the GSM alarm system has a power failure/outage, it will send an SMS “Power
Failure” to the preset mobile phone numbers. When the power is restored, it will send an
SMS “Power Restored” to the preset mobile phone numbers.
2. Only the preset cell/mobile phone numbers will receive the Alarm Notification Short Messages
(SMS). When you are programming preset call numbers remember that ANY fixed phone
(landline phone) WILL NOT receive the SMS messages. A fixed phone (landline phone)
will receive the Alarm Notification Voice Message only.
SIMPLE STEP-BY-STEP PROGRAMMING
The following programming instructions will take you through the entire programming in a simple
step-by-step format. All programming is accomplished by utilizing the keypad on the Control
Panel, while confirmation tones (or beeps) will confirm that the programming was correct and
ERE, or incorrect and not entered. The confirmation tones are as follows, unless otherwise
specified:
One long beep = Correct and entered
Three quick beeps = Incorrect and must be re-entered
Programming begins by entering a Function Key, then your Passcode, and then the proper
function will display to show on the LED screen. You would then enter the specific programming
options as stated in each programming step. When that programming step is completed, wait until
the LED display is off, followed by 3 quick beeps. Then proceed to the next programming step
as desired. The Control Panel utilizes Intelligent Storing Capability to store programming
information (data). Once you have entered the programming data for any function, the Control
Panel will automatically store that data. The data will remain secure in the unit's memory until
changed by a user, even in the event of a power failure or outage.
Keep in mind that you can, at any time, change the programmed settings of any function. Just follow
the programming steps of the particular function you would like to change.
Step 1 - Program User Passcode (Default: 12 3 4)
The default User Passcode is “1 2 3 4” and can be changed if necessary. To change the User
Passcode, follow the steps below:
1) Enter the IP) key
2) Enter the default Passcode: 1 2) 3) 4
3) Wait until the LED displays “P”
4) Enter the [>] key
5) Enter your new 4-digit Passcode
6) Enter the # key. You will hear a confirmation tone, and the information is stored
* One long beep = correct entry / Three quick beeps = incorrect entry must be re-entered.
GLOBAL RESET If you forgot your Passcode, or want to reset the system to its original
defaults, follow the procedure below to perform a Global Reset.
1, unplug the Power Adaptor and remove the Rechargeable Backup Batteries
2, Press and hold the [E and 97 keys at the same time
3, while holding down the keys, plug in the Power Adaptor to power unit on
4, after one second, the unit will beep to confirm that the Global Reset was successful
5, The Passcode and all user functions will be set to the factory defaults
* If Global Reset was unsuccessful, repeat the same procedure above
Step 2 - Record Alarm Notification Voice Message (20 Seconds)
This function is for users to record the Alarm Notification Voice Message that will play during an
Alarm Notification Call. The total recording time is 20 seconds.
It's best to use this voice message to notify that there has been an alarm activation, and also to
specify exactly how the call recipient can respond (listen in, monitor, speak, control auto dialing or
replay voice message. The following script can be used as a guide on how to word your voice
message. Make sure that you speak clearly, steadily and loud enough. The distance is approx.
20cm from the microphone. Keep in mind that you have exactly 20 seconds of recording time.
Voice Message Script Suggestion:
“This is (your name). An alarm has been activated at (address). After the tone, Press the 4 to listen,
5 to speak, 6 to dial next number, 7 to replay this message, and & to stop dialing and disconnect.”
Enter the [PIR key
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Wait until the LED displays “+”
Enter the #| key (Command Code for this function). You will hear one long beep.
Begin recording the voice message for up to 20 seconds. You will see the LED
display flashes digit 1~9 for 2 cycles and then display "k” at the end of 20 seconds.
You will hear one long beep again and the voice message is stored.
6) To re-record the voice message enter ## .
7) To replay the voice message enter [#
8) If you want to stop the voice message during the recording or replaying enter
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This function allows the GSM Wireless Alarm Panel to store for up to 6 telephone numbers
includes cell phones and fixed (landline) phones, each of which will be called in sequence in the
event of an alarm activation. The GSM Alarm Panel provides two types of Alarm Notification
Messages - the Short Message (SMS), and the Voice Message. The preset cell phone
(mobile phone) numbers will receive both SMS Short Messages and Voice Message. But
the fixed (landline) phone numbers will receive the Voice Message only.
Enter the [P key
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Wait until the LED displays “P”
Enter the [1] key to program the first telephone number to be dialed
(For each of the second through sixth phone numbers, repeat this entire programming
stage and enter [2] - 6) at this step (step 4)
5) Enter the phone number of choice, up to 16 digits including pauses
IMPORTANT:
1. If it's an international telephone number, Ber add a|*| in front of the country
code. For example: + [E] [1 [41 9) [31 5 (“+" = International Code,
and add “>”, and the Country Code “4 4" for UK, and then the cell phone number)
2. Please always add the “Area Code" in front of a fixed (landline) telephone number.
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7) To check the telephone number settings, enter the [I - (6) key the LED will flash each of
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NOTE: In most cases, it is recommended to have the system call out to users, family
members, neighbors and so on, rather than to 911 or the police. This allows a call recipient to
respond to the Alam Notification Call and decide whether it may be a false alarm or not. Then
the call recipient can call 911, the police or other emergency assistance if deemed necessary.
Step 4 - Program The Short Message (SMS) Sending Seguence
This function is for users to select for the Alarm Notification Short Message numbers pre-stored in
the SIM card and the sending sequence upon an Alarm Activation. Users MUST make this setting,
not doing so will result in the Short Message (SMS) function not working.
1) Enter the [Pf key
2) Enter your new (or default) Passcode: Dx) bxi xi |
3) Wait until the LED displays "P”
4) Enter the key (Command Code for this function)
5) Enter the Short Message (SMS) number 1 ~ 9 in the sequence of your choice.
For example:
6) Enter the # key. You will hear a confirmation tone, and the information is stored
* One long beep = correct entry / Three quick beeps = incorrect entry must be re-entered.
7) To check the SMS sending sequence setting, enter the [7]|0] key the LED will display
the setting.
Please Note: The Short Messages (SMS) will be sent to the preset cell phone (mobile
phone) numbers in sequence as preset for ONE TIME ONLY.
Step 5 - Program Automatic Voice Message Dialing Cycles (Default: 2 cycles)
This function is for users to program the amount of times the system will dial the entire sequence
of all preset telephone numbers to play the pre-recorded voice message. The factory default is set
up for 2 cycles. You can program for up to 9 cycles. If the call recipient already received the
voice message successfully, the system WILL NOT dial the same number at the next cycles.
1) Enter the [P key
2) Enter your new (or default) Passcode: Xi xi p< Del
3) Wait until the LED displays “P”
4) Enter the key (Command Code for this function)
5) Enter Il -/9| depending on the amount of cycles you desire.
6) Enter the # key. You will hear a confirmation tone, and the information is stored
* One long beep = correct entry / Three quick beeps = incorrect entry must be re-entered.
7) To check the dialing cycles setting, enter the 71 [1 key the LED will display the setting.
Step 6 - Program Zone 1 Entry/Exit Delay Time (Default: 20 seconds)
This function is for users to enter the Zone 1 Entry/Exit delay time during Full Arming or Partial Arming
Mode. The factory default is 20 seconds. You can program from 00-99 seconds.
1) Enter the [P key
Enter your new (or default) Passcode: be be be De
Wait until he = displays "P”
Enter the 9 denon Code for this function)
Enter O depending on the amount of delay time you desire.
Enter the В You will hear a confirmation tone, and the information is stored.
One long beep = correct entry / Three quick beeps = incorrect entry must be re-entered.
To check the delay time setting, enter the 8) key the LED will display the setting.
Step 7 - Program Alarm/Siren Duration (Default: 4 minutes)
This function is for users to program the duration (length of time) that the siren will sound upon
alarm activation. The factory default is 4 minutes. You can program from 0 0 ~ 2 0 minutes.
1) Enter the P key
2) Enter your new (or default) Passcode: bx be bel be
3) Wait until the LED displays “P”
4) Enter the a (Command Code for this function)
5) Enter [Of depending on the length of time (minute) you want the siren to
sound
NOTE: Entering 00-00 will turn the Siren feature to OFF. (i.e. Siren mute)
6) Enter the # key. You will hear a confirmation tone, and the information is stored.
* One long beep = correct entry / Three quick beeps = incorrect entry must be re-entered.
7) To check the alarm duration setting, enter the 9 key the LED will display the setting
Step 8 - Program Remote Call-In Ring Cycle (Default: 2 Rings)
This function is for users to program the amount of rings before the system picks up during a
Remote Call-In (calling in to the GSM Alarm System from anywhere in the world to arm, disarm,
monitor or speak). The factory default is 2 rings, but you can program up to 9 rings.
IMPORTANT: If the amount of the Remote Call-in Ring Cycles is over the GSM Voice Mail
Service setting. The GSM alarm system may enter into the Voice Mail Service automatically
during a Call-in. The system will hang up before reaching the Call-In Ring Cycle setting even
the caller can still hear the Voice Mail Service. In brief, the Remote Call-in Ring Cycle setting
must be shorter than the Voice Mail Service's Ring Cycle setting. Please consult with your local
telecom or telephone service providers/authorities.
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Enter the IP) key
Enter your new (or default) Passcode: be) bel bel be
Wait until the LED displays "P”
Enter the (O) key (Command Code for this function)
Enter O) - 9] depending on the amount of rings you want before the system
automatically picks up the Remote Call-in.
NOTE: Entering “O“ will turn the Remote Call-In feature to OFF. i.e. You WILL
NOT be able to remote access to control the system via telephone
Enter the # key. You will hear a confirmation tone, and the information is stored.
One long beep = correct entry / Three quick beeps = incorrect entry must be re-entered.
7) To check the Remote Call-In Ring Cycle setting, enter the (O) key the LED will display
the setting.
Step 9 — Site Code Learning from Pocket Remote Control
This function allows the GSM Alarm Control Panel to “leam” the security system Site Code from the
Remote Control. The Remote Control must be set with the Site (master) Code, and all other
detectors must be set with the same Site Code as the Pocket Remote. It is best to use the
factory default setting unless absolutely necessary (see “Advanced Programming” on page 24).
Please note: Remote Control is the only component in the system for Site Code learning.
1) Enter the Ц кеу
2) Enter your new (or default) Passcode: bx bel
3) Wait until the LED displays “L”
4) Enter the | key (Command Code for this function)
5) Push any button on the Pocket Remote
6) You will hear a confirmation tone, and the information is stored.
* One beep = correct entry / Three quick beeps = incorrect entry must be re-entered.
7) To check if the Site Code Learning is successful, press the "MODE" key on the Remote
Control will Arm the system (you will hear one chirp), press the "MODE" key again will
DISARM the system (you will hear three chirps).
Step 10 — Program Built-In Siren and External Siren (Default: ON)
This function allows the built-in loud siren and the External Siren (if installed) to be turned ON or
OFF in the event of an alarm situation. The default mode is ON for the sirens.
1) Enter the [S key
2) Enter your new (or default) Passcode: bd bd bel bel
3) Waituntil the LED displays “S”
4) Enter the 2) key to turn both Built-in siren and External Siren OFF (Sirens mute),
or enter the (3) key to turn Built-in Siren OFF and External Siren ON ,
or enter the |4 key to turn both Built-in Siren and External Siren ON (default),
or enter the (5) key to turn Built-in Siren ON and External Siren OFF,
5) You will hear a confirmation tone, and the information is stored.
x One beep = correct entry / Three quick beeps = incorrect entry must be re-entered.
Step 11 - Program Zone 1 Door Chime Function (Default: ON)
This function allows the door chime sound to be turned ON or OFF while entering or exiting
Em 1 turing Disarming Mode (Alarm OFF Mode). The default mode is ON for the door
chime sound.
1) Enter the [S key
2) Enter your new (or default) Passcode: x | bal i
3) Wait until the LED displays “S"
4) Enter the [B] key to turn door chime OFF, or enter the [7] key to turn door chime ON
(default mode is ON)
5) You will hear a confirmation tone, and the information is stored
x One beep = correct entry / Three quick beeps = incorrect entry must be re-entered.
Step 12 - Program “Remote Control Disarm Disable” Function (Default: OFF)
This function allows the users to disable the Remote Control's Disarm function. When this function
is switched ON it will prevent the system from being disarmed via the transmitted radio
frequency code after the sirens have sounded. Disarming the system will only be possible via
the Control Panel Keypad Passcode.
1) Enter the [S key
2) Enter your new (or default) Passcode: Xj bel xl
3) Wait until the LED displays “S”
4) Enter the 8) key to turn OFF Remote Control Disarm Disable function, or enter the
key to turn ON Remote Control Disarm Disable function (The default mode is OFF)
5) You will hear a confirmation tone, and the information is stored.
* One beep = correct entry / Three quick beeps = incorrect entry must be re-entered.
Step 13 — Check Programmed Settings
This function is used to check the programmed settings. The operations are utilizing the LED to
display the current setting.
To check STORED TELEPHONE NUMBERS: Press any of the [1 ~ (6) keys and the LED will
display the number digit by digit.
To check SELECTED SHORT MESSAGE NUMBERS: Press the 7 o Key and the LED
will display the selected Short Message numbers in the setting sequence.
To check the VOICE MESSAGE AUTOMATIC DIALING CYCLES: Press the 7 key and
the LED will display the stored amount of cycles.
To check GSM RECEPTION LEVEL: Press the 7 7 key and the LED will display the GSM
signal reception level. (The GSM signal will only be picked up after being on for one minute)
O = No GSM signal received (no GSM service),
1, 2 = Weak GSM signal reception level,
3. 4. 5 = Medium GSM signal reception level
6. 7 = Strong GSM signal reception level
To check ENTRY/EXIT DELAY TIME: Press the 8 key and the LED will display the amount
of seconds
To check the ALARM/SIREN DURATION: Press the 9 key and the LED will display the total
amount of minutes
Le the Remote Call-In Ring Cycle setting, enter the (O) key the LED will display the
setting.
To check the LAST ACTIVATED ZONE(s): Press the # key and the LED will display the
Zone(s) activated from the Alarm Activation Memory
To check DETECTOR LOW BATTERY STATUS: Press the [>] key and the LED will display
the Zone in which there is a sensor/detector with a Low Battery
USER GUIDE FOR EASY OPERATION
Operating the GSM Wireless Alarm System is a pleasure, thanks to the Remote Control and the
user-friendly operating procedures. Some functions can be operated utilizing the Remote Control,
keypad on the Control Panel, or from anywhere in the world via the Remote Call-In feature
which allows users to operate the system from any telephone. The following operating instructions
will help you to fully benefit from the many features and functions of the GSM Wireless Alarm System.
Enter Full Arming (Away) Mode
This function is used to Arm the entire system (all Zones) and all sensor/detectors. It is best to
use the Full Arming Mode whenever leaving the premises.
Using Remote Control —
1) Press the MODE button on the Remote Control
2) Youwill hear one chirp as a confirmation, and the setting is accomplished
Using the keypad on the Control Panel —
1) Enter the [S] key
2) Enter your new (or default) Passcode: x] ii ii Del
(One beep = correct entry / Three quick beeps = incorrect entry must be re-entered)
3) Wait until the LED displays “S”
4) Enter the [I key (Command Code for this function)
5) After the confirmation tone you will hear one long beep, and the setting is accomplished
Enter Partial Arming (At Home) Mode (Zones 2 & 3 are disabled)
This function is used to arm only the perimeters of the system (Zones 2 & 3 are disabled). It is
best to use Partial Arming Mode as an “At-Home” security mode whenever remaining on the
premises. This allows you to roam within your alarmed premise (home, office, etc.) without activating
the PIR Motion Detectors (The factory default is Zone 2 for the PIR Motion Detector), while the
perimeters (doors, windows, etc.) will remained armed.
Please Note: Partial Arming Mode can ONLY be entered using the keypad on the Control Panel.
Please proceed as follows:
Enter the [S] key
Enter your new (or default) Passcode: bd bel bal bel
(One beep = correct entry / Three quick beeps = incorrect entry must be re-entered)
Wait until the LED displays “S”
Enter the HA key (Command Code for this function)
After the confirmation tone you will hear one long beep, and the setting is accomplished
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NOTE: When entering Full Arming & Partial Arming Modes, the unit will emit Entry/Exit delay time
countdown beeps after the confirmation tone reminding you of imminent siren activation if the
premise is not vacated during the exit period.
Enter Disarming Mode
This function is used to disarm the entire system (all Zones) and all sensors/detectors.
Using Remote Control —
1) Press the button on the Remote Control
2) You will hear three chirps as a confirmation, and the setting is accomplished
Using the keypad on the Control Panel —
1) Enter the [S key
2) Enter your new (or default) Passcode: bd bd bal be
(One beep = correct entry / Three quick beeps = incorrect entry must be re-entered)
3) Wait until the LED displays “S”
4) Enter the O) key (Command Code for this function)
5) After the confirmation tone you will hear one long beep, and the setting is accomplished
Enter Emergency/Panic Alarm
This function is used to activate the alarm during an on-site emergency or panic situation.
Using Remote Control —
1) Press the button on the Remote Control
2) The system will immediately activate the alarm, sound the siren and immediately
begin dialing the programmed phone numbers
Using the PANIC Button on the Control Panel —
1) Press the button on the control panel.
2) The system will immediately activate the alarm, sound the siren and immediately
begin dialing the programmed phone numbers
Enter System TEST Mode (Also called “Battery Change” Mode)
This function is used to test the entire system (all Zones) and all sensors/detectors, ensure that
the sensors/detectors are installed within wireless range of the Control Panel, and that they are
working properly. This is also used for “Battery Change” as the tamper switches on detectors
and control panel are disabled thus allows detector covers to be removed to replace batteries.
NOTE: Testing of your system should be done on a regular basis to ensure that the system and
the sensors/detectors are working properly. This will also help you to gain a better understanding of
the capabilities of the system, and should help to eliminate any malfunction during a crisis situation.
To Enter Test Mode using the keypad on the Control Panel —
1) Enter the |S] key
2) Enter your new (or default) Passcode: bel bel bel be
(One beep = correct entry / Three quick beeps = incorrect entry must be re-entered)
3) Wait until the LED displays “S”
4) Enter the E] key (Command Code for this function). You will hear a “ding dong"
sound as confirmation.
5) Activate each of the sensors/detectors (one at a time)
6) The Control Panel will emit beep sounds as each detector is activated to confirm proper
operation. The number of beeps indicates the corresponding Zone of the detector.
NOTE: A “ding dong” doorbell sound indicates a “Low Battery” in the sensor/detector activated.
Exit System TEST Mode (and enter Disarming Mode)
Using the keypad on the Control Panel:
1) Enter the [S| key
2) Enter your new (or default) Passcode: bx bel
(One beep = correct entry / Three quick beeps = incorrect entry must be re-entered)
3) Waituntil the LED displays “S”
4) Enter the O) key (Command Code for this function)
5) After the confirmation tone you will hear three beeps, and the setting is accomplished
Responding During an Alarm Notification Voice Message Call
This function is used for call recipient to respond to an Alarm Notification Voice Message Call. Call
recipients will have the option to monitor/listen in (via built-in microphone on Control Panel), speak
(via built-in 2-way speakerphone feature), have the system hang up and dial the next programmed
phone number, have system stop dialing all programmed phone numbers, or replay the Alarm
Notification Voice Message. This can all be accomplished by pressing specific keys on any telephone
keypad, from anywhere in the world.
Upon an alarm activation, the auto-dialer will call out to each of the programmed telephone numbers
and play ne pre-recorded Alarm Notification Voice Message. The call recipient's procedure and options
are as follows:
1) Answer the call, then wait for the pre-recorded Alarm Notification Voice Message to play...
2) Press a key for the desired function as below:
e Press 4 to monitor/listen in the alarm site
e Press 5 to speak via 2-way Speakerphone
e Press 6 to have system Hang Up and dial next programmed phone number
e Press 7 to replay the Alarm Notification Voice Message
e Press 8/to have system Stop Dialing all programmed phone numbers and
disconnect call.
Remote Access from Any Out Side Telephone
This function allows users to call in ffom anywhere in the world to access the system. Users
calling in will have the ability to enter the system into Full Arming Mode or Disarming Mode, as
well as monitor/listen in (via built-in microphone on Control Panel) or speak (via built-in 2-way
speakerphone feature). This can all be accomplished by pressing specified keys on any
telephone keypad, while calling in from anywhere in the world.
The user must call into the system, and the system should pick up in a certain amount of rings
as specified by the “Program Remote Call-In Ring Cycle” at Page 15. The caller's procedure and
options are as follows:
1) Call the SIM card’s phone number that is connected to the Control Panel
2) Wait for the system to answer in correct amount of rings
3) When you hear the confirmation tone, enter your new (or default) Passcode:
di you e an incorrect Passcode, you will hear three beeps and the telephone will
ang up
4) Within 10 seconds after you hear the confirmation tone, press a key for the desired
function as follows:
e Press to Enter Full Arming Mode (Confirmation = one beep)
e Press o to Enter Disarming Mode (Confirmation = three beeps)
e Press # to Enter Partial Arming Mode (Confirmation = two beeps)
e Press 4 to Monitor/Listen in (Confirmation = one long beep)
e Press 5 to Speak via 2-way Speakerphone (Confirmation = one long beep)
e Press |8| to Disconnect (Confirmation = one long beep)
NOTE:
1. The caller can extend the Monitor/Listen In or 2-way Speakerphone timer for an additional 60
seconds each time he presses the “4” or “5” key on the telephone keypad.
2. Pushing any key on the Control Panel keypad during a Call-in can be used to enter a 2-way
Speakerphone function for a system default of 60 seconds period, but MUST BEFORE the
Control Panel automatically picks up the Call-in (as specified by “Programming Remote
Call-In Ring Cycle”). The caller can then speak to the person who is nearby the Control Panel.
LED Indicators on the GSM Alarm Control Panel
The table below shows the light/flash representations of each LED Indicator on the Control Panel,
depending upon the status of the system.
LED Indicator | Light / Flash Representation
AC POWER e Steady light when power is normal
GSM LINK e Steady light when GSM service is linked
RING e Flashes when there is an incoming call
e Steady light when the GSM service is normal linked
GSM STATUS | e Fast flashes when there is NO GSM service, NO SIM card installed,
or the SIM card PIN Code is NOT set to OFF.
RF LINK / e Flashes when receiving signals from sensors/detectors
LOW BAT e Slow flashes represent a Low Battery status of sensor/detector
LED off when system is in Disarming Mode
MODE / e Steady light when system is in Full Arming Mode
MEMO e Slow flashes when system is in Partial Arming Mode
e Fast flashes when system was activated when last set to Arming mode
e Flashes once per 2 seconds when system is in TEST mode
NOTE: The Control Panel will emit one beep every 30 seconds when there is a “Power Failure”
or “Power Outage” happened. The back-up batteries will maintain power for up to 20 hours.
Alarm Situations & System Notifications
The following table represents the various types of alarm situations and system notifications, as
well as the probable cause for each.
Alarm Situation System Notification Probable Cause
Burglary Alarm & Loud Siren activate | Intrusion or break-in at premises
Panic/Emergency Call | Alarm é Loud Siren activate | A crisis situation at premises
Control Panel or one of the
Tamper Alarm é Loud Siren Activate | detectors has a Tamper situation
Low Batte The RF LINK/LOW BAT. One of the detector transmitters in
y indicator slow flashes the system has a Low Battery
Low Battery Notification
When one of the Sensor/Detector in the system has a Low Battery, the Control Panel will beep
(one beep per 3 seconds) to remind the user, and the RF LINK/LOW BAT LED will flash.
e To check the Zone of the Sensor/Detect with a Low Battery, press the [>K] key. The LED will
display the Zone number that the Sensor/Detector operates on. Replace the battery right away.
e Before removing the battery cover on any Sensor/Detector, ensure the system is set to
TEST Mode to avoid initiating an alarm.
Alarm Activation Memory
This feature records the last Zone that was activated during an Alarm Activation. When disarming
system after any Alarm Activation, the Control Panel will beep (one beep per second) to remind
the user that an alarm has been activated, and the MODE/MEMO LED lights steady.
e To shut off the warning beeps, push any key on the keypad.
e To check the last Zone activated, press the # key. The LED will display the last activated
Zone number as follows:
Digit “1" = Zone 1
Digit “2” = Zone 2
Digit “3° = Zone 3
Digit "4" = Zone 4
Digit “5” = Zone 5
Digit “6” = Zone 6
Digit “7” = Tamper or Panic from wireless accessories
Digit “9” = Panic button or Tamper on Control Panel was activated
e To clear the Alarm Activation Memory, follow the system RESET steps below:
Enter the IP] key
Enter your new (or default) Passcode: be be be De
Wait until the LED displays “"P”
Enter the # key (Command Code for this function)
The LED will display “O” to confirm the programming is successful
ADVANCED PROGRAMMING
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This section is for advanced programming options and should only be used in the following cases:
e The Site Code default was incorrect and does not match with the other Site Code settings
e There are two similar systems within wireless signal range of each other
e ‘You would like to change the Site Code or Zones for extra security or other reasons
Setting the Site Code
In order to prevent from any unauthorized attempt to operate or disarm your system, it's necessary
to configure your system to accept radio signals only from your own system accessories. This is
done by setting a series of DIP switches in all accessories (except the control panel) to the
same ON/OFF combinations.
The Site Code is set up by moving each of the 9 DIP switches in each accessory to the same
randomly selected ON/OFF sequence. When setting the DIP switches, ensure that each switch
‘clicks’ fully into position. Use the tip of a ball pen or a small screwdriver to move each switch in
tum. The figure below shows a Site Code example setting for the Remote Controls and all
detector transmitters. If you change the Site Code, you must re-program the Control Panel to
match the same code. This can be accomplished by following the procedure in “Step 7 — Code
Learning from Remote Control” in the Simple Step-by-Step Programming section.
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Setting the Sensors/Transmitters to Specific Zones
This system has 6 “Zones” plus a Panic/Tamper Zone, each of which can be triggered during
various alarm situations (see Active Zones below). These Zones can help you to pinpoint which
sensor/transmitter was triggered in an alarm situation or system notification. The factory default
Zone settings are fine for most users, but can be changed if necessary.
The wireless detector transmitters use twelve (12) DIP Switches to set the Site Code and Zones
(1-9 for Site Code; 10-12 for Zone). The settings for switches 10 through 12 will determine the
Zone that a sensor will trigger when an alarm is activated, battery is low and so on.
The figure below shows the DIP Switch settings for each particular Zone.
ZONE | ONE 1 | ZONE 2 | ZONE 3 | ZONE 4 | ZONE 5 | ZONE 6
DIP SWITCH ENTRY/EXIT INSTANT INSTANT INSTANT INSTANT 24 HOUR
10 ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF
11 OFF ÓN ON OFF OFF ON
12 OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON
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REMARKS:
1. You should normally set your Door/Window sensor to Zone 1 as this is the only zone that
allows sufficient time to disarm you system when entering the premises.
2. Zone 2 to Zone 5 are Instant Zones which activate an alarm instantly when system was set to
Arming or Disarming mode. (Zone 2 $ 3 will be disabled during Partial Arming Mode)
3. You should normally set the Wireless Smoke (Fire, or Gas) Detectors to Zone 6 which will
activate the system instantly 24 hours a day even the system is set to Disarming mode.
Active Zones
The table below shows which Zones are active in the various modes that the system can be set to.
ZONE6 | PANIC/
MODE ZONE 1 ZONE 2 | ZONE3 | ZONE 4 | ZONE 5 | (24-HR, TAMPER
(Entry/Exit) | (Instant) | (Instant) | (Instant) | (Instant) | Smoke,
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YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED
1. What to do if | forgot my keypad Passcode?
If you forgot your Passcode, or want to reset the system to its original defaults, follow the
procedure below to perform a Global Reset (resets Passcode and all programming functions
to the factory defaults):
Step 1) Unplug the power adaptor and remove the Rechargeable back-up batteries.
Step 2) Press and hold the || and # key at the same time.
Step 3) While holding down the keys, plug in the power adaptor to power unit on
Step 4) After one second, the Control Panel will beep to confirm that the Global Reset
was successful
Step 5) The Passcode and all User functions will be set to the factory defaults
2. Why can | not get the Control Panel GSM Module SMS function to work?
Please note the GSM Wireless Alarm System does not provide with a SIM card. The users must
prepare a SIM card to use with the inbuilt GSM module for programming, editing and storing the
Alarm Notification Short Messages SMS). Providing the user has previously accomplished the
SMS editing, please check the following points:
1. Please check the GSM STATUS indicator on the Control Panel
- Steady light when the GSM service is normal linked
- Fast flashes when there is NO GSM Service, NO SIM Card installed, or the SIM Card
PIN Code is NOT set to OFF.
2. If the location where the Control Panel installed can not get sufficient GSM signals, press
the key 77 the LED will display the GSM signal level from 0 - 7. Use this function to
find a location with the best GSM signal reception level.
3. Check if the back-up Rechargeable Batteries are installed. To perform the GSM function
both the Power Adaptor and the back-up Batteries must be installed properly.
4. The SIM card may be damaged. Please note that when installing or removing the SIM card
the Control Panel must be Powered OFF, which includes both the Power Adaptor and the
back-up Batteries
3. Why can | not get the “Remote Call-in” function to work?
It could be the amount of the Remote Call-In Ring Cycle setting is over the setting of the GSM Voice
Mail Service so the Remote Call-in entering the Voice Mail first. Please decrease the amount of the
Remote Call-In Ring Cycle setting, or consult with your local Telecom Service Providers/Authorities.
4, Why can | not get very good range with any of my Sensors/Detectors or Remote Control ?
The system is designed for use up to 80 meters from the control panel in clear space with low
background RF (Radio Frequency) Interference conditions. The range is also influenced by the
number of walls between your Sensors/Detectors and Control Panel. Try to remain in 20 meters
from the Control Panel and do not install the Sensors/Detectors/Control Panel close to a metal
objectors or inside cupboards. It is suggested, install the Control Panel in the center of a house
to get optimum performance.
5. What is the “Walk Through” function and how to use it?
À Sensor/Detector set to ZONE 2 will give you Entry/Exit time delay period ONLY if a ZONE
1 Sensor/Detector has been activated first. If NOT, the sensor/detector will activate the
alarm immediately. If set, normally is used for a PIR in your entrance.
6. When | walk in front of a PIR Motion Detector (Or when | activate a Door/Window Sensor),
the sirens sounds immediately when the system is in DISARM mode?
You have not set up your ZONE CODE correctly, check if you have set up the Zone Code to
ZONE 6 (24 Hour Zone), or you have not fitted the cover back on the Sensors/Detectors
properly — check the Tamper switch operation.
7. Why do my batteries only last for few months in the PIR Motion Sensor?
- Check the battery connections are tight especially if you are using Duracell as this make of
battery has an unusual narrow positive nipple.
- Make sure you have not left the switch in the PIR Motion Detector set to TEST Mode.
8. Why do the LOW BAT. Indicator on the Control Panel flash?
One of the Sensors/Detectors in the system has a Low Battery status. Press the |*| key the
LED will display the Zone number with Low Battery. Set the Control Panel to the TEST Mode
before replacing the battery.
GSM Alarm Panel
Frequency
GSM Module
Band width
Operating Power
Back-up
PIR Motion Detector
Frequency
Operating Power
Door/Window Sensor
Frequency
Operating Power
Remote Control
SPECIFICATIONS
433.92MHz or 868MHz
Siemens TC35iT or equivalence
GSM900 : Tx880-915MHz, Rx925-960MHz
DCS1800 : Tx1710-1785MHz, Rx1805-1880MHz
Power Adaptor: DC12V/1000mA
3 piece of AA size 1.2volt/2200mA Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery
433.92MHz or 868MHz
9 volt Alkaline Battery
433.92MHz or 868MHz
MT-01: 9 volt Alkaline Battery MT-02: 12volt/23A Alkaline Battery
Frequency
Operating Power
433.92MHz or 868MHz
12 volt/23A Alkaline Battery
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