Chitongda Electronic YL007MX Wireless GSM Alarm System User Manual M2BX

Shenzhen Chitongda Electronic Co., Ltd. Wireless GSM Alarm System M2BX

User manual

GSM Alarm System
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USER’S MANUAL
For a better understanding of this product, please read this user
manual throughly before using it.
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Shenzhen Chitongda Electronic Co., LTD.
CONTENTS
Features
Alarm Host Introduction
Initialization
System Settings
Enter Settings
Add Remote Controller
Delete Remote Controller
Coding of Defense Zone
Delete Defense Zone
Defense Zone Place Setting
Defense Zone Mode Setting
Siren Setting for Alarm
Alarm Delay Setting
Alarm Number Setting
Delete Alarm Number
SMS Number Setting
Delete SMS Number
Network Center Setting
Voice Recording
Record Play
System Date Setting
System Time Setting
Timely Arm Setting
Timely Disarm Setting
Wireless Control Setting
Wireless Siren Coding
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Wireless Siren Encryption
Wireless Control for Home Appliance
Change Operate Password
Change Program Password
Arm Delay Time Setting
Alarm Delay Time Setting
Voice Prompt Function
Siren Prompt for Remote Controller
Backlight Setting
Siren Setting in “Emergency Help” Mode
SMS Reply for Arm/ Disarm
Language Setting
Factory Reset
Forget Password
Operation Instructions
Out Arm
Home Arm
Disarm
Answer Alarm Call
Remote Control
Emergency Help
System Dialing Function
Alarming Record Checking
Technical Parameters
Components List
Care and Maintenance
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Features
Elegant and advanced touch keypad for easy operation;
128x64 lattice LCD screen with clock display;
4 wired and 10 wireless defense zones; each wireless zone supports
maximum 10 sensors;
Support maximum 8 remote controllers;
Built-in high-volume speaker, and artificial intelligent digital voice
announcer;
Built-in artificial intelligent English message;
10-second automatic voice message recording;
Can preset 6 phone numbers: when alarming, system will make audio
call to these numbers automatically;
Can preset 3 SMS numbers: when alarming, system will send SMS;
Timely arm and disarm;
Can be used as a wireless telephone by using keypad to make calls;
One-key-control: out arm, home arm, arm by remote controller or
phone call;
SOS, fire, gas, door, hall, window, balcony, and boundary places
alarm;
Real-time, delay, 24 hours, bypass defense zones programming
function;
Wireless learning code: easy to add additional wireless accessories;
Remote control the device to arm, disarm, monitor, and intercom by
phone;
Record checking: the device can store 30 alarm records;
Built-in LI battery: automatically recharge.
Different arm status: out arm, home arm, delay arm and timely arm;
Arm by different ways: panel keypad, remote controller, remote call;
Alarm call has the priority: even when the number of the device is busy;
Chapter 1. Features
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Chapter 2. Alarm Host Introduction
3.
Alarm Host Introduction
2. Status LED
POWER: power and working status indicator.
-flashing quickly (once per second) means the system is searching
GSM network;
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SET: it will be on when the system enters setting status.
SIGNAL: signal indicator.
ALARM: it will be on when the system is under alarm status.
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LCD screen: Resolution: 128x64; support English and Chinese display.
Touch keypad:
SOS: emergency alarm
ESC: clear the input content or back to last operation
ENTER: confirm
used to make call. Enter the number you want to call, and then
press this button. Press it during the phone call will hang up the
call.
ARM: press it; the system will enter OUT ARM status.
STAY: press it; the system will enter HOME ARM status.
CALL:
this keypad is Resistive Touch Panel which requires
press with certain strength. But please do not push it
heavily.
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3
flashing once per 3 seconds means the system is under standby status.
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4. Wired ports
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SIREN+
Positive of siren (red cable)
Negative of siren (black cable)2 SIREN-
3 T_VCC Invalid port (does not have any function)
4
CLK
Invalid port
5
DATA
Invalid port
6
T_GND
Invalid port
7
GND
GND
8
Zone 1
Wired sensor 1: support both NO and NC
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GND
GND
10 Zone 2 Wired sensor 2: support both NO and NC
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GND
GND
12
Zone 3
Wired sensor 3: support both NO and NC
13 GND GND
14 Zone 4 Wired sensor 4: support both NO and NC
15 GND GND
5. Switch for internal battery.
6. SIM card slot:
Alarm Host Introduction
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SIREN+
SIREN-
T-Vcc
CLK
DATA
T-GND
GND
Zone l
GND
Zone 2
GND
Zone 3
GND
Zone 4
GND
RED BLACK
SIREN WIRED SENSOR
Please pay attention to the direction arrow marked
on the slot: “LOCK” “OPEN”. Do not insert or take
out the SIM card when the main unit is power on.
SIREN+
SIREN-
T-Vcc
CLK
DATA
T-GND
GND
Zonel
GND
Zone2
GND
Zone3
GND
Zone4
GND
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OFF ON POWER IN
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Initialization
Chapter 3. Initialization
Correct initiation of the main panel is important to its normal working
and lifespan.
1. Connect the wired accessories that you need.
2. Insert SIM card.
3.
Chapter 4. System Settings
All the settings have to be done in setting status. Press 2/8/4/6 to turn
up/ down/ left/ right.
1. Enter Settings
Fig 1: disarm status
System disarmed
888888
Enter:
System disarmed
11/12/12 11:49
Remote control
Exit Enter
Fig 2: please enter password Fig 3: press ENTER to set
4. There will be a short beep after searching GSM network successfully.
The signal icon will display on the screen and the power status LED
will flash every 3 seconds.
Connect the power adaptor. The main panel will start self-inspection
and the POWER indicator LED will flash once. If this LED does not
light on, you need to restart the panel. Please do it at least 10
seconds later as repeated power on and off in short time is bad to
the panel's service life.
5. Turn on the battery switch.
6. Check the GSM signal icon on the LCD screen. Signal less than 3
lattice will affect the normal performance. Please put the main panel
at the place with good GSM signal.
Enter setting status: in the state of disarm, input 6-digit password
(system default: 888888), and then press ENTER. The main panel
makes a “beep” and SET indicator lights on. The screen shows remote
controller setting.
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2. Add Remote Controller
This device supports maximum 8 remote controllers. Extra remote
controllers have to be coded to the host in order to perform normally.
Their code cannot be empty or the same with the saved code in the
host.
Method: enter remote controller setting menu, press “4” or “6” to
choose remote controller serial number, press “8” to find “coding” and
then press ENTER to confirm. Trigger the remote controller you want to
add, the panel will make two beeps after receiving it. And then press
ENTER to confirm. If the remote controller has been saved before, after
triggering it, the main unit will make four beeps and LCD screen display
“Error, Repeated code”.
Fig 1: enter remote control menu Fig 2: choose remote control serial
number and coding menu
Fig 3: waiting to receive signal
Fig 4A: recognize successfully Fig 4B: the host has the same code
with remote controller code
Fig 5: press ENTER to save
Remote control
Exit Enter
Operation figures:
Remote control 1
Exit Enter
Coding
Delete
Remote control 1
Back Save
000000000
Trigger code
Remote control 1
Back Save
077015192
Normal code
Remote control 1
Back Save
Error
Repeat code
Remote control 1
Save completed
If the remote controller is lost or damaged, it should be deleted. After
deletion, it cannot control the main panel.
3. Delete Remote Controller
System Settings
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System Settings
Fig 1: enter remote controller
setting
Fig 2: choose the controller you
want to delete
Fig 3: press ENTER to confirm
Method: enter remote controller setting menu, press “4” or “6” to
choose the remote controller you want to delete. Press “8” to find
“delete”, and then press ENTER.
Operation figures:
Remote control 1
Delete completed
Remote control 1
Exit Enter
Coding
Delete
Remote control
Exit Enter
This alarm system has 10 wireless defense zones, each of which
supports up to 10 wireless detectors. Extra sensors not in the standard
package have to be coded to the host in order to perform normally. Their
code cannot be empty or the same with the saved code in the host.
Method: enter defense zone setting menu, press “4” or “6” to choose
zone number, press “8” to find “coding” and then press ENTER to
confirm. Trigger the sensor you want to add, the panel will make two
beeps after receiving it. And then press ENTER to confirm. If the
sensor has been saved before, after triggering it, the main unit will
make four beeps and LCD screen display “Error, Repeated code”.
Operation figures:
Fig 1: enter defense zone setting Fig 2: choose zone number and
press ENTER
Fig 3: waiting signal from sensor
Back Save
000000000
Trigger sensor
Zone 1Zone 1
Exit Enter
Coding
Delete
Zone
Enter
Exit
4. Coding of Defense Zone
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System Settings
Fig 4A: recognize successfully Fig 4B: the host has the same
code with sensor code
Fig 5: press ENTER to save
Back Save
Error
Repeat code
Zone 1
Back Save
241015162
Normal code
Zone 1
Save completed
Zone 1
5. Delete Defense Zone
The wireless detector can't control the main unit after it's deleted.
Method: enter defense zone setting menu, press “4” or “6” to choose
the sensor you want to delete. Press “8” to find “delete”, and then
press ENTER.
6. Defense Zone Place Setting
The location of defense zone can be set in the main panel, so that the
panel can send correspondent alarm message. There are 8 locations
for alarm: SOS, fire, gas, door, hall, window, balcony, and boundary.
Please refer to “Chapter 6. Technical Parameters” for system default
settings.
Operation figures:
Exit
Coding
Delete
Zone 1
Enter
Zone
Enter
Exit
Method: enter defense zone setting menu, press “4” or “6” to choose
the zone number, and then press “2” or “8” to enter zone place menu.
Press ENTER will shift the places.
Delete completed
Zone 1
Fig 1: enter defense zone setting Fig 2: choose zone number Fig 3: choose Delete and press
ENTER
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System Settings
Operation figures:
Back Enter
Place: Fire
Armed: Enable
Zone 1
Back Enter
Place: GAS
Armed: Enable
Zone 1
Zone
Enter
Exit
Fig 1: enter defense zone setting Fig 2: choose defense zone place Fig 3: press ENTER to confirm
Fig 4: (this example)
Before setting, the alarm SMS for zone 1 is: 01zone fire alarm;
After setting, it is: 01 zone gas alarm.
The format of alarm SMS: [01~10] zone [place] alarm. For example,
you set the place of zone 4 as “window”. The alarm SMS you receive
is: 04 zone window alarm.
7. Defense Zone Mode Setting
There are different defense zone modes: out arm, home arm, alarm
under disarm mode. For example, you need gas detectors working all
the time, please set ARM, HOME, and DISARM as enabled.
Method: enter defense zone setting menu, press “2” or “8” to choose
HOME arm status (enable or disable), press ENTER to confirm.
Setting methods for OUT arm and DISARM are the same.
Operation figures:
Fig 1: enter defense zone setting Fig 2: choose mode Fig 3: press ENTER to confirm
Back Enter
HOME: Disable
Disarmed: Disable
Zone 1
Back Enter
Zone 1
Disarmed: Disable
HOME: Enable
Zone
Enter
Exit
Fig 4: (this example)
Before setting, zone 1 does not alarm in home arm status;
After setting, it will alarm when triggered in home arm status.
Back Enter
Zone 1
Delay: Disable
Siren: Enable
Back Enter
Siren: Disable
Delay: Disable
Zone 1
Back Enter
Zone 1
Delay: Disable
Siren: Enable
Back Enter
Siren: Disable
Delay: Disable
Zone 1
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System Settings
8. Siren Setting for Alarm
The siren can be set on or off when there's alarm from each defense
zone.
Fig 1: enter defense zone setting Fig 2: choose siren status Fig 3: press ENTER to confirm
Fig 4: (this example)
Before setting, the siren is on when zone 1 alarms;
After setting, siren will not sound when zone 1 alarms.
9. Alarm Delay Setting
Alarm delay: the main panel will make alarm call and the siren will ring
after the preset delay time.
Fig 1: enter defense zone setting Fig 2: choose delay status Fig 3: press ENTER to confirm
Fig 4: (this example)
Before setting, the panel makes alarm and the siren rings immediately when zone 1 is triggered;
After setting, alarm will be after the preset time. (set the delay time under system setting)
Zone
Enter
Exit
Zone
Enter
Exit
Method: enter defense zone setting, press “2” or “8” to choose siren
enable or disable, and then press ENTER to confirm.
Method: enter defense zone setting, press “2” or “8” to choose delay
enable or disable, and then press ENTER to confirm.
Operation figures:
Operation figures:
Phone number
Exit Enter
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System Settings
10. Alarm Number Setting
This system can store 6 alarm phone numbers. When alarming, it will
make alarm call to these numbers in order for three times
automatically, until someone gets through the call.
Method: enter phone number setting menu, press “4” or “6” to choose
serial number and then press ENTER. Input the number you want to
set, then press ENTER to save.
Operation figures:
Fig 1: enter phone number setting Fig 2: choose serial NO. Fig 3: input phone number
Fig 4: press ENTER to save Fig 5: the 1st number is set
successfully
11. Delete Alarm Number
Method: enter phone number setting, press 4 or 6 to choose serial
number, then press “8” to choose “delete” and then press ENTER to confirm.
Operation figures:
Fig 1: enter phone number setting
menu
Fig 2: choose the number you
want to delete
Fig 3: choose “delete”
Phone 1
Back Enter
No number
Delete
Back Save
123456789
Input phone number
Phone 1
Phone 1
Save completed
Phone number
Exit Enter
Phone 1
Back
123456789#
Delete
Enter
Phone 1
123456789#
Delete
Back Enter
Phone 1
Delete
Back Enter
123456789#
Save completed
SMS 1
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Fig 4: the 1st number is deleted
Delete completed
Phone 1
12. SMS Number Setting
This system can store 3 SMS receiving phone numbers. When
alarming, it will send SMS to these numbers.
Method: enter SMS number setting, press “4” or “6” to choose serial
number and then press ENTER. Input the number you want to set,
then press ENTER to save.
Operation figures:
Fig 1: enter SMS number setting Fig 2: choose serial number and
press ENTER
Fig 3: input SMS receiving number
Fig 4: press ENTER to save
SMS 1
Back Enter
No number
Delete
Back
13812345678
Input phone number
SMS 1
Save
SMS number
Exit Enter
13. Delete SMS Number
Method: enter SMS number setting, press “4” or “6” to choose serial
number, then press “8” to choose “delete” and then press ENTER to
confirm.
System Settings
Back Enter
123456789#
Delete
SMS 1
Delete completed
SMS 1
Back
13812345678#
Delete
SMS 1
Enter
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Operation figures:
Fig 1: enter SMS number setting Fig 2: choose the number you
want to delete
Fig 3: choose “delete”
Fig 4: the 1st number is deleted
SMS number
Exit Enter
14. Network Center Setting
System Settings
This system does not have this function at present. Please kindly
contact us if needed.
15. Voice Recording
This system can make 10-second voice record. When alarming, it will
make call and play this record.
Operation figures:
Fig 1: enter record setting Fig 2: start recording Fig 3: record for 10 seconds
Method: enter record setting, and start by choosing “start recording”. It
will stop automatically 10 seconds later.
Recording
Exit Enter Back Enter
Start recording
Recording
Back
05
Recording
Enter
16. Record Play
Save completed
Date
Back Save
00/00/00
Please enter
Date
Back Enter
11/12/12
Date
Enter
Time
Exit
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Operation figures:
Fig 1: enter record setting Fig 2: you'll see this menu Fig 3: press “6” to choose “play”
Fig 4: press ENTER to play the record
17. System Date Setting
Method: enter “Time” menu, and then choose “Date”. Input the exact
date you want to set and press ENTER to confirm.
Operation figures:
Fig 1: enter time setting menu Fig 2: choose date setting menu Fig 3: input the date
Fig 4: press ENTER to save
Recording
Exit Enter Back Enter
Start recording
Recording
Back
Play
Recording
Enter
Back
05
Recording
Enter
The date format is year/ month/ day. (“Year” setting is from 00-99.)
System Settings
Enter record setting, and then press “6” to choose “play”. The panel will
start playing the voice message you recorded. You can re-record if
you're not satisfied with it.
Back Enter
11/12/12
Date
Back Enter
Timely arm
Disable
Back Enter
11/12/12
Date
Back Enter
Time
16:25
Back Save
00:00
Please enter
Time
Save completed
Time
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18. System Time Setting
Time in this alarm system is 24-hour system. Enter “Time” menu, you
will see “Date” menu, then press “6” to choose “Time”. Input the exact
time you want to set and press ENTER to confirm.
Operation figures:
Fig 1: enter time setting menu Fig 2: you'll see date setting menu Fig 3: press “6” to choose “time”
Fig 4: input the time Fig 5: press ENTER to save
19. Timely Arm Setting
After this setting, the alarm system will start arm status at the preset
time.
Operation figures:
Enter
Time
Exit
Method: enter “Time” menu, you will see “Date” menu, then press “6” to
choose “Timely arm”. Input the exact time you want to set and press
ENTER to confirm.
Fig 1: enter time setting menu Fig 2: you'll see date setting menu Fig 3: press “6” to choose
“timely arm”
Enter
Time
Exit
System Settings
Save completed
Timely disarm
Back Enter
Timely disarm
Disable
Back Enter
11/12/12
Date
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Fig 4: input the time you want
to set
Save completed
Timely arm
Enter
Time
Exit
20. Timely Disarm Setting
After this setting, the alarm system will disarm automatically at the
preset time.
Fig 1: enter time setting menu Fig 2: you'll see date setting menu Fig 3: press “6” to choose
“timely disarm”
Fig 4: input the time you want
to set
21. Wireless Control Setting
This system does not have this function at present. Please kindly
contact us if needed.
System Settings
Method: enter “Time” menu, you will see “Date” menu, then press “6” to
choose “Timely disarm”. Input the exact time you want to set and press
ENTER to confirm.
Operation figures:
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22. Wireless Siren Coding
Wireless sirens have to be coded to the main panel in order to work
normally.
Method: set the wireless siren which you want to code in coding status.
Then enter “wireless control” menu in this panel, you'll see “control”
menu. Press “6” to choose “wireless siren” setting, and then enter
“transmission” setting. The panel will send a wireless signal to the
siren.
Operation figures:
Fig 1: enter Wireless Control
menu
Fig2: control menu Fig3: Press “6” to choose
Wireless siren
Fig 4:
After pressing ENTER key, the main unit will transmit a wireless signal to control the wireless siren.
Back Enter
Transmission
Wireless siren
Encryption
Back Enter
Enable
Control
Wireless Control
Enter
Exit
23. Wireless Siren Encryption
The signal used to code with the wireless siren is sent from the internal
System Settings
transmitter of the main panel. The signal codes of this model from our
company are the same. If you and your neighbor both are using this
model, the alarm signal from your neighbor may cause your siren
sound. So it is recommended to encrypt the wireless siren to avoid the
interference.
Method: enter “wireless control” menu, and then “control” menu. Press
“6” to choose “wireless siren”, then press “8” to choose “encryption”.
Input 4 numbers randomly and then save it.
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Fig 1: enter wireless control
menu
Fig 2: control menu Fig 3: press “6” to choose
wireless siren
Fig 4: input 4 numbers randomly Fig 5: press ENTER to save
Operation figures:
Wireless Control
Enter
Exit Back Enter
Disable
Control
Back Enter
Enable
Wireless siren
Encryption
Back Enter
8907
Wireless siren
Please input
Save completed
Wireless siren
24. Wireless Control for Home Appliance
It does not have this function at present. Please kindly contact us if
needed.
Operate password is used for daily use (disarm or remote control).
System default is 1234.
25. Change Operate Password
System Settings
Back Save
4545
Please input
Operate password
Back Enter
1234
Operate password
Settings
Exit Enter
Method to change this password: enter “settings” menu, and then
“operate password”. Input the 4-digit password you want to set, and
save it.
Fig 2: enter operate password
menu
Fig 1: enter settings menu Fig 3: input the 4-digit password
Operation figures:
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26. Change Program Password
Program password is used to setup the system. System default is
888888.
Fig 1: enter settings menu Fig 2: you'll see “ Operate
password ” menu
Fig 3: press “6” to choose
program password
Method to change this password: enter “settings” menu, and then
“operate password”, press '6” to choose “program password”. Input the
6-digit password you want to set, and save it.
Operation figures:
Back Enter
888888
Program password
Back Enter
1234
Operate password
Settings
Exit Enter
System Settings
Fig 4: save it
Save completed
Operate password
Fig 4: input password and save it
Save completed
Program password
27. Arm Delay Time Setting
After this setting, the system will enter out arm status after the preset
time. Delay time ranges from 01-99 seconds. The system default time
is 60 seconds.
Settings
Exit Enter Back Enter
1234
Operate password
Back Enter
40
Delay arm
Back Save
08
Please enter
Delay arm
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Method: enter “settings” menu, then you'll see “operate password”.
Press “6” to choose “delay arm”. Input the time you want to set and
save it.
Fig 1: enter settings menu Fig 2: you'll see “Operate
password” menu
Fig 3: press “6” to choose
delay arm
Fig 4: input time and save it
Operation figures:
28. Alarm Delay Time Setting
After this setting, when there's an alarm, the system will make call after
the preset time. Delay time ranges from 01-99 seconds. The system
default time is 60 seconds.
System Settings
Back Enter
60
Delay alarm
Back Enter
1234
Operate password
Settings
Exit Enter
Method: enter “settings” menu, then you'll see “operate password”.
Press “6” to choose “delay alarm”. Input the time you want to set and
save it.
Fig 1: enter settings menu Fig 2: you'll see operate
password menu
Fig 3: press “6” to choose
“delay alarm”
Operation figures:
30. Siren Prompt for Remote Controller
Turn on this function, the siren will sound a short beep each time you
press the remote controller. System default is off.
Back Enter
Disable
Voice prompt
Fig 4: choose enable/ disable
Back Enter
Enable
Voice prompt
Back Enter
1234
Operate password
Settings
Exit Enter
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Back Save
15
Please input
Delay alarm
Fig 4: input time and save it
29. Voice Prompt Function
This main panel has voice prompt function. When user press arm or
disarm of the remote controller, it will give voice prompt. System
default for the prompt is on. Users can set it according to actual needs.
Fig 1: enter settings menu Fig 2: you'll see operate
password menu
Fig 3: press “6” to choose
“voice prompt”
Method: enter “settings” menu, then you'll see “operate password”.
Press “6” to choose “voice prompt” and choose “enable” or “disable”.
Operation figures:
System Settings
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Fig 1: enter settings menu Fig 2: you'll see operate
password menu
Fig 3: press “6” to choose
“siren prompt”
Fig 4: choose enable/ disable
Settings
Exit Enter Back Enter
1234
Operate password
Back Enter
Siren prompt
Disable
Enable
Back Enter
Siren prompt
Enable
Operation figures:
31. Backlight Setting
The backlight of the LCD screen and keypad will be off automatically
after a certain period of time when there is no operation on the keys.
Users can set it keep on if required. System default is disable.
System Settings
Method: enter “settings” menu, and then you'll see “operate
password”. Press “6” to choose “siren prompt” and choose “enable” or
“disable”.
Fig 1: enter settings menu Fig 2: you'll see operate
password menu
Fig 3: press “6” to choose
“backlight on”
Method: enter “settings” menu, and then you'll see “operate password”.
Press “6” to choose “backlight on” and choose “enable” or “disable”.
Operation figures:
Back Enter
Backlight on
Disable
Back Enter
1234
Operate password
Settings
Enter
Exit
Back Enter
Remote siren
Disable
Back Enter
1234
Operate password
Settings
Exit Enter
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Fig 4: choose enable/ disable
Enable
Back Enter
Backlight on
Enable
32. Siren Setting in “Emergency Help” Mode
System default is that when you press the emergency button of the
remote controller, the siren does not ring. Users can set it according to
the actual needs.
Method: enter “settings” menu, and then you'll see “operate password”.
Press “6” to choose “remote siren” and choose “enable” or “disable”.
Fig 1: enter settings menu Fig 2: you'll see operate
password menu
Fig 3: press “6” to choose
“remote siren”
Operation figures:
System Settings
Enable
Back Enter
Enable
Remote siren
Fig 4: choose enable/ disable
33. SMS Reply for Arm/ Disarm
When the user arm or disarm the system, other users may not know it.
Enable this function, the panel will send SMS notification to all SMS
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Method: enter “settings” menu, and then you'll see “operate password”.
Press “6” to choose “arm disarm SMS” and choose “enable” or
“disable”.
Operation figures:
Fig 1: enter settings menu Fig 2: you'll see operate
password menu
Fig 3: press “6” to choose “arm
disarm SMS”
Fig 4: choose enable/ disable
34. Language Setting
Back Enter
1234
Operate password
Back Enter
Arm disarm SMS
Disable
Settings
Exit Enter
Enable
Back Enter
Enable
Arm disarm SMS
System Settings
numbers, so that users could know the status of the system in time.
SMS content:
Out arm: System armed; disarm: System disarmed.
This alarm system supports English and Chinese versions. Please
enter “settings” menu, and then you'll see “operate password”. Press
“6” to choose “language”. Then press ENTER will shift between
Chinese and English.
Operation figures:
Back Enter
Language
English
Back Enter
1234
Operate password
Settings
Exit Enter
Fig 1: enter settings menu Fig 2: you'll see operate
password menu
Fig 3: press “6” to choose
“language”
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返回 确定
中文
语言
Fig 4: choose the version
you need
35. Factory Reset
When the system is unstable, it is recommended to reset it. Enter
“settings” menu, and then you'll see “operate password”. Press “6” to
choose “factory setting”. After this operation, all the settings return to
factory default.
Fig 1: enter settings menu Fig 2: you'll see operate
password menu
Fig3: press “6” to choose
“factory setting”
Operation figures:
Settings
Exit Enter Back Enter
Factory setting
Restore
Back Enter
1234
Operate password
System Settings
Fig 4: Press ENTER to confirm
Plesse wait
setting
Back to default
If users forget the password, they can input 95175308246 under
disarm status. The main panel will display “please wait, back to default
36. Forget Password
System disarmed
95175308246
Enter:
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Plesse wait
password
Back to default
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Fig 1: under disarm status Fog 2: input 95175308246 Fig 3: confirm the operation
Chapter 5. Operation Instructions
1. Out Arm
Out arm means all the defense zones are in arm status. When there's
nobody at home, it is required to set all the detectors working. Any
detection source (such as thief, fire, or gas leakage) trigger the
detector, the alarm system will make alarm.
Use main panel keypad to press [ARM]. You will hear 60 beeps per
each second and then the screen will display “system armed”.
Remote controller operation: press arm button [ ] on the remote
controller.
Operation figures:
Main panel operation: press [ARM]. The system will enter arm status
after the delay time (default: 60seconds)
System armed
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password”. After this operation, the operate password return to factory
setting “1234” and program password to “888888”.
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Main panel operation: press [STAY].
Home arm
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3. Disarm
The purpose of disarming the system is to let it not in alert status. One
way is normal disarming after operation of arming, and the other is to
stop the main unit alarming. After the operation of disarm, all the
defense zones except 24-hour zone shall not work.
Use main panel keypad to press [STAY]. The screen will display
“system armed”.
Remote controller operation: press home arm button [ ] on the
remote controller.
Use main panel keypad to input operation password + ENTER. The
screen will display “system disarmed”.
Remote controller operation: press disarm button [ ] on the remote
controller.
Main panel operation: password+ENTER
Home arm means part of the defense zones are in arm status. When
there's someone at home, it is recommended, for safety purpose, to
enable some of the detectors (such as sensors for door, window,
balcony, etc), and disable the others (such as sensors for the hall or
some places easy to be triggered by person at home).
2. Home Arm
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4. Answer Alarm Call
When the main unit sounds alarm, it will dial the preset numbers. If no
one answers the call, the system will call the next number
automatically. It will call all the preset numbers in order for 3 times.
Dial the number associated to the alarm main unit by phone (mobile
phone), and after the ringing cycle, you can hear a voice prompt
“Please enter password”. If the password is right, you will here “Press
1 to arm, Press 2 to disarm, Press 3 to Monitor, Press 4 to Intercom”. If
the password is wrong, you will hear a prompt voice “wrong password,
please re-enter”. System default password is 1234.
5. Remote Control
Press [*]: Read the alarm information.
Press [1]: Main unit stops alarming and Arm; it stops calling users.
Press [2]: Main unit stops alarming and Disarm; it stops calling users.
Press [3]: Siren off and monitors the scene for 30 seconds; for continued
monitoring, press [3] again to monitor for another 30 seconds.
Press [4]: Main unit starts a 30-second two-way intercom. It cannot be
controlled by the mobile during the time of intercom.
If you answer the call, you will hear the pre-record voice. You can set
system via your telephone or mobile phone keypad.
If you hang up directly without answering the call, the system will call
all the numbers circularly for 3 times.
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Press [3]: monitoring for 30 seconds, to continue monitoring, press [3]
again to monitor for another 30 seconds.
Press [4]: two-way intercom for 30 seconds. You can't operate the main
unit during this time.
6. Emergency Help
The SMS content for emergency help is: 00 zone SOS alarm.
Main panel operation: press [SOS].
7. System Dialing Function
In disarm status, you can use the main unit to make any call just like a
land-line telephone. Dial telephone number on keypad, press [CALL]
button, the main unit will make a beep and the LCD screen will display
the number you are calling. After the call, press [CALL] button again,
the call will be hanged up and main unit will be in disarm status.
Sometimes, there may be some accidents happening (such as sudden
illness of old people or children, fire accident, burglar intrusion). Press
[SOS] button on keypad, or [ ] button on remote controller or
wireless panic button, the main unit will alarm and make call to the
preset user numbers.
Remote controller operation: press [ ] button on the remote
controller.
Press [1]: arm, if finished successfully, you will hear a voice prompt
“System armed”.
Press [2]: disarm, if finished successfully, you will hear a voice prompt
“System disarmed”.
Technical Parameters
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Input Voltage
DC12V/1A
Standby Current
<35mA
Alarming Current
<450mA
Wireless Frequency
GSM Frequency
Back-up Battery
NI-HI AAA*6 DC7.2V
Siren Volume
100~110dB
Exit
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Alarm record: 02
08 Zone GAS
Exit
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Alarm record: 01
01 Zone SOS
System disarmed
00
Enter:
Checking method: In disarm state, input [00] + ENTER, the main unit
enters the state of alarm record checking. Press “4” or “6” to upturn or
downturn, and press “Exit” to exit checking.
Fig 1: press 00 in disarm status Fig 2: press 4 or 6 to check Fig 3: press 4 or 6 to check
Chapter 6. Technical Parameters
List 1
Operation figures:
8. Alarming Record Checking
This alarm system can store 30 alarm records. The last alarm is
ranked as the first record. And when the record number exceeds 30,
the most previous record will be deleted automatically.
433.92MHz
GSM 850/PCS1900
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List 2
Defense Zone Out Arm
Home
Arm
Type
Alarm
Information
Siren
Zone 1
effective
invalid
real-time
Door alarm
yes
Zone 2
effective
invalid
real-time
Hall alarm
yes
Zone 3
effective
effective
real-time
Window alarm
yes
Zone 4
effective
effective
real-time
Balcony alarm
yes
Zone 5
effective
effective
24 hours
Fire alarm
yes
Zone 6
effective
effective
24 hours
Gas alarm
yes
Emergency button
effective
effective
24 hours
SOS
alarm
no
Zone 7-10
effective
invalid
real-time
SOS
alarm
yes
Wired defense zone(7-10)
effective
invalid
real-time
SOS
alarm
yes
888888
Remote control
On
1234
Siren
Off
180 sec. Home Appliance Optional
Chapter 7. Components List
Main panel
Remote controller
Siren
PIR sensor
Door sensor
Power adapter
User manual
1 pc,
1 pc,
1 pc,
1 pc,
1 pc,
1 pc.
2 pcs,
Components List
Program Password
Operation
Password
Siren sound time
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Chapter 8. Care and Maintenance
The alarm system has excellent design and uses advanced
technologies. It shall be used with care. The following suggestions are
required to maintain your obligations under the warranty terms, and for
prolonging the service life of the system.
Place the control panel and all parts and accessories out of
children's reach.
Keep the alarm system dry. Rain, humidity and various fluids or
moisture all will corrupt the electronic circuit.
Do not use or place the alarm system in dirty locations, otherwise
the electronic elements will be damaged.
Do no place the system in excessively hot locations. High
temperature will shorten the service life of electronic equipment,
damage batteries, deform or even melt some plastic parts.
Do not place the system in excessively cold locations. Otherwise
condensation many occur and damage the circuit board of the
alarm system.
It is recommended that you check and test the alarm system
periodically:
Check the main unit every three months:
Whether it can arm/disarm normally;
Whether it can dial the number for alarm normally;
Whether it can receive wireless detectors' signal normally;
Whether the back-up battery can work normally.
Check the wireless detectors once a month:
Trigger wireless detectors to see if system can alarm normally;
Check all detectors' batteries to see if it's in low voltage;
Check whether wireless detectors can send signal to the main unit
normally.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
Care and Maintenance
Check the SIM card:
Check the use of SIM card, such as network signal, balance, etc.
Make sure the PIN code verification of the SIM card is closed.
Please keep the password and SIM card number safe, in case that
other people remote control the system illegally.
Since the alarm system is continuously in operation or standby
mode, the supply adaptor of the control panel shall be connected to
a safe and reliable socket.
Do not place the system near your bedroom or office table, because
the siren will make high-loudness sound in the case of alarm, which
may adversely affect your rest or work.
If the alarm system will not be used for a long time, please
disconnect the system from the power supply.
Please do not disassemble, repair or alter the products without
permission, or it may cause accidents and faults.
Do not drop this product on the ground or on hard objects, as it may
lead to massive impact to cause faults and damages.
Without approval and consent of relevant authorities, please do not
set “110”, “119” or the alarm phone number of police station for this
main unit.
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Care and Maintenance
1.
2.
3.
Please read the suggestions above carefully and follow the instructions
herein. If any of the equipment does not work properly, please send it
to the dealer or authorized service point for repair. We will try our best
to solve the problem for you as soon as possible.
The following sensors are optional:
Optional sensors/detectors are packed separately.
You can choose according to your specific requirements.
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MOBILE CALL
GSM Alarm System
2012.08.V2.0
2012.08.V2.0
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of
the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
.Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
.
.Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
.Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Caution: Any changes or modi?cations to this device not explicitly approved by
manufacturer could void your authority to operate this equipment.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
This equipment complies with FCC RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an
uncontrolled environment. This device and its antenna must not be located or
operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
"To comply with FCC RF exposure compliance requirements, this grant is
applicable to only mobile configurations. The antennas used for this transmitter
must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all persons
and must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or
transmitter."

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