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    • EDGARSSON SECURITY DESIGNS GSM-VAC2+ VOICE and SMS DIAL-SYSTEM on GSM NETWORK INSTALLER’S MANUAL V1.1f 10/04/07
    • _____________________________________________________________________________ 2
    • Quick Start Guide 1, Put the SIM card into your phone 2, Check that you have credit on the SIM. 3, Make sure that you can dial a number without having to enter a PIN number or keypad unlock. 4, Enter the following names and numbers into the SIM phone book. ( Letters have to be capitals ) ( Make sure these are stored in the SIM card and not in the Phone’s memory. You may need to copy, transfer or save to the SIM card Name TL1 Number Your Mobile Number Name LK1 Number 1 Name IP1 Number 0 Name #1Alarm Number 1 5, Put SIM card into GSM-VAC2+ SIM holder. 6, Connect 12 Volts to Screw terminal marked +12V Connect 0 Volts to the 0V screw terminal to the right of the 12V terminal ( GND ) 7, Turn on 12 Volt Supply. 8, Green LED lamp will be On Blue LED will come on and go off. After around 30 seconds the blue LED will start to flash ( the number of flashes indicates GSM network signal strength, 1 flash is poor, 5 is max ) 9, Press and continue to hold down the push button to record message 1, the button nearest to the top of the unit, when the red LED comes on, speak your message into the Microphone, remove your finger from the button. Press the same button momentarily to listen to the message. 10. When the blue LED is flashing, indicating the the unit is connected to the network, connect input 1 ( IN1 ) to 0 Volts for 5 seconds. 11, The Green LED will flash, the blue LED will be on, the unit is now sending a text and voice message to your phone. 12, Your phone will receive a text message. 13, Your phone will ring, answer it and you will hear your voice message, press # or 88 to cancel the alarm. You will hear a beep and the call will end. _____________________________________________________________________________ 3
    • FEATURES • Built–in GSM module • 4 alarm inputs • 4 remote control outputs • 4 voice messages (maximum length of 10 seconds for each input) • Shortened message (SMS) for each alarm input • Memory stores up to 10 different telephone numbers • Programmable dialling number sequence. • Listen-in function ( optional ) • 3 LED displays enable easy monitoring • Built–in speaker and microphone • Activated dialling sequence can be stopped by means of user's telephone unit New features of the GSM-VAC2+ • Download programming by SMS • Input and Output status checking by SMS and DTMF command • Outputs remote control by SMS, CLIP and DTMF command • System activating and deactivating by SMS, CLIP and DTMF command • Phone book memory clear by SMS command • Full print out of programming parameters by SMS • Print out by parameters groups • Special security codes (telephone numbers) to enter in program • Call back device checking • Output Alarm can directly activate alarm output • Input filter can be set from 2 up to 24 seconds • Telephone numbers (10) which give the ability to activate the outputs, switch the system ON/OFF or make call back device checking by using the CLIP • Security telephone numbers (10) to enter into programming or remote control mode _____________________________________________________________________________ 4
    • 1. DESCRIPTION The GSM-VAC2 is a new kind of a mobile voice and SMS dialling system. The phone memory in the form of a SIM card is used either to store telephone numbers or to program certain parameters. It is possible to record four different messages and send them to 10 different telephone numbers. The alarm inputs can be normal open (N.O.) and are thus triggered by a positive (+12V) or a negative pulse (GND); or they can be normal close (+12V or GND lost). Each alarm input enables us to send a pre-recorded voice message, an SMS or both. The GSM-VAC2 has also four outputs giving the user the ability to control a certain system from distance. 2. PURPOSE and APPLICATION The GSM-VAC2 mobile unit can provide us with different information on the state of the alarm mounted on the protected object. It can also transmit other useful information important for operating applications such as: • vending machines • various engines out of the reach of manual operation • home care or emergency alarm • car and boat alarm transmitter • temperature regulation by means of a sensor _____________________________________________________________________________ 5
    • 3. CONNECTION DIAGRAM _____________________________________________________________________________ 6
    • 4. GSM-VAC2 PROGRAMMING MODE All data, programming values and telephone numbers need to be stored in the phone book located on the SIM card. Therefore the use of a personal mobile phone is recommended. 5.1 HOW TO PROGRAM TELEPHONE NUMBERS 5.2 PROGRAMMING TABLE GSM-VAC2 PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION (DEFAULT) TL0 1st telephone number TL1 2nd telephone number TL2 3rd telephone number TL3 4th telephone number TL4 5th telephone number TL5 6th telephone number TL6 7th telephone number TL7 8th telephone number TL8 9th telephone number TL9 10th telephone number GSM-VAC2 can send only a pre-recorded voice message, an 18 character–SMS message or both. If the corresponding name ends with the letter “C”, only a voice message is sent; and if the name ends with the letter “S”, only an SMS is sent. Example: We wish to send a voice and an SMS message to the first telephone number, only a voice message to the second one and only an SMS message to the third one. (See the table below.) GSM-VAC2 PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION (DEFAULT) TL0 1st telephone number (voice & SMS message) TL1C 2nd telephone number (voice message only) TL2S 3rd telephone number (SMS message only) Do not send text messages to land lines. Very important Make sure you name the first telephone number TL0 and not TLO. i.e. a zero and not a letter O. The unit will not operate with old style Orange SIMs with 90 memory positions. _____________________________________________________________________________ 7
    • 4.3 HOW TO PROGRAM INPUT STATUS Alarm and reset input can be triggered in 4 different ways. The status of the input can either be normally closed (N.C) or normally open (N.O.) with positive (+ 12V) or negative (GND) voltage. A text message can also be sent when the input returns to the non alarm state. To get return SMS use IP=4,5 or 6. IP = 0 – Normal Open – triggered with negative voltage (GND) IP = 1 – Normal Close – breaking negative or positive voltage loop IP = 2 – Normal Open – triggered with positive voltage (+ 12VDC) IP = 3 – Input disable IP = 4 = IP = 0 + input reset SMS IP = 5 = IP = 1 + input reset SMS IP = 6 = IP = 2 + input reset SMS 5.3.1 TYPICAL INPUT CONNECTIONS 5.3.2 PROGRAMMING TABLE FOR INPUT STATUS GSM-VAC2 PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION (DEFAULT) IP0 0 Input status for RST (reset) IP1 0 Input status for alarm input 1 IP2 0 Input status for alarm input 2 IP3 0 Input status for alarm input 3 IP4 0 Input status for alarm input 4 _____________________________________________________________________________ 8
    • 5.4 HOW TO PROGRAM OUTPUT STATUS The GSM-VAC2 device has four open collector outputs and each of them can be programmed through network in a different way: as a bi-stable or mono-stable output. One of them can be programmed so as to signal certain failure on the main device or to notify us about the expiring validity of the SIM card. 5.4.1 TYPICAL CONNECTION OF AN OUTPUT 5.4.2 PROGRAMMING TABLE FOR OUTPUT STATUS GSM-VAC2 PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION (DEFAULT) OP1 0 Status for the 1st output - disabled OP2 0 Status for the 2nd output - disabled OP3 0 Status for the 3rd output – disabled OP4 0 Status for the 4th output - disabled OP (x) = 1 bi-stable ON/OFF mode OP (x) = 2 – 240 mono-stable (pulse length in seconds) OP (x) = 241 – GSM network failure (H/L) OP (x) = 242 – GSM network failure (L/H) OP (x) = 243 – warning notice on the expiring validity of the SIM card (H/L) OP (x) = 244 – warning notice on the expiring validity of the SIM card (L/H) _____________________________________________________________________________ 9
    • 5.5 INPUTS AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS LINKING It is possible to link each number or any combination of numbers to any of the four corresponding inputs. The link LK0 is specially designed for SIM card refill SMS warning message. 5.5.1 PROGRAMMING TABLE FOR LINKING THE INPUTS AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS GSM-VAC2 PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION (DEFAULT) LK0 Refill SIM – SMS (#0) & telephone No. link (TL0 - TL9) LK1 Input & telephone No. link for 1st alarm input (TL0 - TL9) LK2 Input & telephone No. link for 2nd alarm input (TL0 - TL9) LK3 Input & telephone No. link for 3rd alarm input (TL0 - TL9) LK4 Input & telephone No. link for 4th alarm input (TL0 - TL9) LK5 Test SMS and telephone No. link (TL0 - TL9) Example: Alarm on the first input should call the first, the third and the fourth telephone number. GSM-VAC2 PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK NUMBER NAM DESCRIPTION (DEFAULT) LK1 023 Input & telephone No. link for 1st alarm input (TL0, TL2, TL3) 5.6 INPUT DELAY BEFORE DIALLING The activation of the dialling procedure can be for a defined period of time (maximum of 240 seconds) delayed on each alarm input. The default value is set to "0" – having no delay before the beginning of the dialling procedure on all alarm inputs. 5.6.1 PROGRAMMING TABLE TO DEFINE THE DELAY BEFORE DIALLING PROCEDURE GSM-VAC2 PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION (DEFAULT) DL1 0 Delay before dialling for the 1st alarm input (0 – 240) DL2 0 Delay before dialling for the 2nd alarm input (0 – 240) DL3 0 Delay before dialling for the 3rd alarm input (0 – 240) DL4 0 Delay before dialling for the 4th alarm input (0 – 240) The period of time for the delay of each input varies from 0 to 240 seconds. _____________________________________________________________________________ 10
    • 5.7 GSM-VAC2 SET-UP PARAMERTERS • RED – repetition of calling sequences. With the number from 1 to 9 we define how often the sequence is repeated in case the number is busy or not answered. The default value is set to number “3”. • CLP – hidden telephone number. This function (“0” value) is used in order to conceal the telephone number of the device. The default value is set to “1” which means that the number is displayed. • RFL – SIM card validity. The period of valid operating time varies with different GSM network providers. The value can be programmed between 1 – 36, whereas days represent multiplication of the mentioned value by 10. The default value does not presume any kind of expiry warning. Example: If we want to get an expiry warning message after 90 days, we should enter the number “9”. • RFT – Temporary validity of the SIM card. This function is pre–defined on the SIM card memory from the micro controller on the SIM card location “98”. The user can only change it when the RFL time is not regular (due to power failure or some other constant operating mode ). • PTM – A test SMS is sent periodically. The UNIT can send the test message in the interval ranging from 1hour up to 240 hours. Example: if the PTM value is set to 12, the numbers linked to “LK5” get a test message every 12 hours. 5.7.1 PROGRAMMING TABLE FOR GSM-VAC2 SET-UP PARAMERTERS PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION (DEFAULT) RED 3 Number of dialling attempts (1 – 9) CLP 1 Hidden telephone number (1= displayed, 0 = hidden) RFL Empty SIM card time validity (1 – 36) 1 = 10days, 36 = 360days RFT Temporary validity of the SIM card PTM Empty Periodic test SMS - disabled 5.8 SMS MESSAGES TRANSLATOR _____________________________________________________________________________ 11
    • The GSM-VAC2 can send a very short SMS message via each alarm input. The default message is English, but it is possible to formulate the notice in any other language. Different messages, being no longer than 18 characters, can be defined for each alarm input. Between words it is necessary to use “_” instead of the “space” character. Example: “ALARM_ON_INPUT” 5.8.1 SMS MESSAGES PROGRAMMING TABLE PHONE BOOK – NAME 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 # 0 R E F I L L _ S I M _ C A R D # 1 A L A R M _ I N _ P R O G R E S S # 2 F I R E _ I N _ P R O G R E S S # 3 # 4 # 5 P K N 4 _ P E R I O D I C _ T E S T Normally, when we want to store the SMS text, the telephone number needs to be entered. Since the latter is required only because of the basic design of the phone book memory, it is not important what kind of a number we enter. Each text starts with a two–character command: # and number: #0 – text for SIM card refill – default = refill SIM in days #1 – text for 1st alarm input – default = alarm on input #2 – text for 2nd alarm input – default = alarm on input #3 – text for 3rd alarm input – default = alarm on input #4 – text for 4th alarm input – default = alarm on input #5 – text for periodic test – default = periodic test 5. RECORDING AND LISTENING TO VOICE MESSAGE _____________________________________________________________________________ 12
    • The memory of each alarm input enables us to record our own voice message in the total length of 10 seconds. The device is namely equipped with a microphone and a speaker, giving us the option to listen to what we have recorded. The speaker can be switched off by removing the jumper JP1 compound. Recording process: 1. Press PLAY/REC key (1-4) and hold it as long as the LED3 display is lit. 2. Start speaking. 3. Release key – message recording process finished. 4. Check recorded message by quickly pressing the (1-4) key. Erasing: Press PLAY/REC key (1-4) and hold it as long as the LED3 display is lit, then stop recording. Follow the same procedure for all four messages. 7. START UP • Insert SIM card to be used for GSM-VAC2 in your personal mobile phone. • Enter telephone numbers and the required operating parameters in SIM memory • Insert SIM card in the GSM module ON the GSM-VAC2 device. • Connect alarm inputs and outputs • Connect device to source voltage. • Record voice messages. • Wait until LED1 starts flashing. • GSM-VAC2 s now ready to operate. 8. LED DISPLAY LED1 – Blue - Flashing: - Within GSM signal power. The number of flashes ranging from 1 (poor) to 5 (very good) shows quality of the GSM network signal - LED2 – Green - Flashing: 1 – alarm on input 1 2 – alarm on input 2 3 – alarm on input 3 4 – alarm on input 4 LED3 – red Helps to control recording and playback of voice message. Turned on: Message being recorded. Flashing: Recorded message being listened. 9. GSM-VAC2 REMOTE COMMANDS _____________________________________________________________________________ 13
    • We can call the device from any phone and according to that it answers only if the calling number is in the phone book from TL0 to TL4. This is made with a short beep. NOTE: ONLY TELEPHONE NUMBERS STORED UNDER THE NAME “TL0 – TL4” CAN ENTER THE REMOTE MODE! 9.1 REMOTE COMMAND TABLE REMOTE ACTION DESCRIPTION COMMAND 00 All outputs OFF 01 Play message 1 02 Play message 2 03 Play message 3 04 Play message 4 10 Output 1 OFF (bi-stable) 11 Output 1 ON (bi-stable) or ON for mono-stable 12 Check the output 1 state (1 beep=ON, 3 beeps=OFF) 20 Output 2 OFF (bi-stable) 21 Output 2 ON (bi-stable) or ON for mono-stable 22 Check the output 2 state (1 beep=ON, 3 beeps=OFF) 30 Output 3 OFF (bi-stable) 31 Output 3 ON (bi-stable) or ON for mono-stable 32 Check the output3 state (1 beep=ON, 3 beeps=OFF) 40 Output 4 OFF (bi-stable) 41 Output 4 ON (bi-stable) or ON for mono-stable 42 Check the output4 state (1 beep=ON, 3 beeps=OFF) 90 Valid SIM counter set to RFL value (after SIM refill) 99 Listen-in ON (optional) * Don't call this tel. number again (tel. no. from TL0 - TL9) # OR 88 Cancel the dialling procedure (only tel. no. from TL0 - TL4) Important – To terminate “Listen – in” mode key 01 to play message 1. If you forget, the next time the dialler calls it will still be in “listen-in” mode and will not play the speech message. 10.TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION _____________________________________________________________________________ 14
    •  Power supply………………………………………..….13,8V DC (+/- 15%)  Current consumption (idle mode)……………………..50 mA  Current consumption (idle mode)……………………..350 mA  Dual band GSM module………………………………..900/1800 MHz  Number of inputs………………………………………..4  Number of outputs………………………………………4  Number of voice messages…………………...….……4  Total length of recording time……………………….....40 second  Number of SMS messages……………………………. 6  PCB dimensions…………………..........…………….…105 x 76 mm  Box dimensions...........................................................108 x165 x 56 mm _____________________________________________________________________________ 15
    • GSM-VAC2 PLUS new parameters description OUTPUT ALARM – OA If you want to activate a local alarm (siren) you can program any GSM-VAC2 PLUS output for this function. Type of the Output (ON/OFF or pulse time) is determinate with parameter OP (see the GSM-VAC2 user manual). Also the outputs can be controlled remotely. OA parameters programming directly on SIM card Example: Input 1 (IN1) and Input2 (IN2) will activate the first Output (OUT1), Input 3 (IN3) will activate the second Output (OUT2) and Input 4 (IN4) will activate the third output (OUT3). It is possible to choose different combinations between outputs and inputs GSM-VAC2 - GSM PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK NAME NUMBER* DESCRIPTION OA1 11 Input 1 will trigger the Output 1 OA2 11 Input 2 will trigger the Output 1 OA3 21 Input 3will trigger the Output 2 OA4 31 Input 4will trigger the Output 3 *NOTE: The first digit is output number and the second must be always 1. OA parameters programming by SMS For the above example send the following SMS to GSM-VAC2 PLUS: ;OA1=11;OA2=11;OA3=21;OA4=31; _____________________________________________________________________________ 16
    • INPUT FILTER – IF Parameter IF determinate length of the pulse, that is required to create the alarm. The pulse time can be from 2 seconds up to 24 seconds. IF parameters programming directly on SIM card GSM-VAC2 - GSM PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK NAME NUMBER DESCRIPTION IF0 1 Default IF filter is 2 seconds – RST input IF1 1 Default IF filter is 2 seconds – input 1 IF2 1 Default IF filter is 2 seconds – input 2 IF3 1 Default IF filter is 2 seconds – input 3 IF4 1 Default IF filter is 2 seconds – input 4 Example: Input filter 1 (IF1) will be 2 second and Input filter 2 (IF2) will be 24 seconds GSM-VAC2 - GSM PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK NAME NUMBER DESCRIPTION IF1 2 Pulse length is 2 second IF2 24 Pulse length is 24 seconds IF parameters programming by SMS For the above example send the following SMS to GSM-VAC2 PLUS: ;IF1=2;IF2=24; CLIP TELEPHONE NUMBERS – TO Telephone numbers stored into the phone book from TO0 to TO9 can manage following functions using CLIP without any GSM call cost. _____________________________________________________________________________ 17
    • - Trigger one of the GSM-VAC2 PLUS Output (parameter 1-4) - Switch the system ON/OFF (parameter 0) - System control with “Call –back” function (parameter 5) - NOTE: With one telephone number it is only possible to use one of these 3 functions! When we use any of the CLIP function it is necessary to hang-up the call after the first ring. TO parameters programming directly on SIM card GSM-VAC2 - GSM PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK NAME NUMBER DESCRIPTION TO0:X 1st CLIP telephone number TO1:X 2nd CLIP telephone number TO2:X 3rd CLIP telephone number TO3:X 4th CLIP telephone number TO4:X 5th CLIP telephone number TO5:X 6th CLIP telephone number TO6:X 7th CLIP telephone number TO7:X 8th CLIP telephone number TO8:X 9th CLIP telephone number TO9:X 10th CLIP telephone number X=1-4 Out1 to Out 4 X=0 System ON/OFF X=5 Call back function Example: TO0 will trigger Out3, TO1 will switch the system ON/OFF and TO2 will make a call back. GSM-VAC2 - GSM PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK NAME NUMBER DESCRIPTION TO1:3 0779 250299 1st CLIP telephone number TO1:0 01437 56390 2nd CLIP telephone number TO2:5 0779 118671 3rd CLIP telephone number TO parameters programming by SMS For the above example send the following SMS to GSM-VAC2 PLUS: ;TO0:3=0779250299;TO1:0=0143756390;TO2:5=0779118671; SECURITY TELEPHONE NUMBERS – TK WARNING: In the previous version (GSM-VAC2) TL numbers (TL0..TL9) were the numbers to call out (for alarm voice messages) AND the numbers for security access / remote control purposes. In the GSM-VAC2+ TL numbers are ONLY the numbers to call out (for voice messages). Only telephone numbers, stored into the phone book from TK0 – TK9 can enter the programming and remote control of the GSM-VAC2+ (dialling the GSM-VAC2+ No. or sending the SMS). _____________________________________________________________________________ 18
    • Telephone numbers are divided in two groups: TK0 – TK4 These telephone numbers have full access into programming and remote control mode; TK5 –TK9…These telephone numbers can not access programming mode but they can use other remote control functions; TK parameters programming directly on SIM card GSM-VAC2 - GSM PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK NAME NUMBER DESCRIPTION TK0 1st security telephone number TK1 2nd security telephone number TK2 3rd security telephone number TK3 4th security telephone number TK4 5th security telephone number TK5 6th security telephone number TK6 7th security telephone number TK7 8th security telephone number TK8 9th security telephone number TK9 10th security telephone number Example: You’d like to have 2 telephone numbers for full access and 2 telephone numbers for partly access: GSM-VAC2 - GSM PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK NAME NUMBER DESCRIPTION TK0 077071347 1st security telephone number TK1 077023222 2nd security telephone number TK5 077034040 5th security telephone number TK6 077077170 6th security telephone number Telephone numbers stored under TK0 and TK1 will have full access to the GSM-VAC2 PLUS and telephone numbers stored under TK5 and TK6 will have only partly access to the GSM-VAC2+. TK parameters programming by SMS For the above example send the following SMS to GSM-VAC2 PLUS: ;TK0=077071347;TK1=077023222;TK5=077034040;TK6=077077170; NOTE: Before programming the first TK number on the SIM, anyone can get into the GSM- VAC2+ programming and remote mode but after TK programming only TK stored numbers! LISTEN-IN MICROPHONE SENSITIVITY ADJUSTING - MIC If we use the external Listen-In microphone or Duplex voice module HA200we can adjust the sensitivity of the microphone from the level 0 (minimum) to the level 24 (maximum). The default value is 5. MIC parameters programming directly on SIM card GSM-VAC2 - GSM PROGRAMMING TABLE _____________________________________________________________________________ 19
    • SIM CARD PHONE BOOK NAME NUMBER DESCRIPTION MIC 1 External microphone sensitivity MIC parameter programming by SMS ;MIC=1; SMS COMAND DESCRIPTION NOTE: For using the SMS command you must use “;” on the beginning and on the end of the SMS command. Use the CAPITAL letters for the SMS command. PRINT-OUT OF THE PARAMETERS ;PRALL; Print All – sending this command to the GSM-VAC2 PLUS you will get 12 SMS back from it with all parameters that are currently programmed on the SIM. _____________________________________________________________________________ 20
    • ;PRTL; Print TL - sending this command to the GSM-VAC2 PLUS you will get back the SMS with all currently programmed telephone numbers (TL0 – TL9). ;PRLK; Print LK - sending this command to the GSM-VAC2 PLUS you will get back the SMS with all currently programmed links (LK0 –LK5). ;PRIP; Print IP - sending this command to the GSM-VAC2 PLUS you will get back the SMS with all currently programmed Input parameters (IP0 – IP5). ;PRIF; Print IF - sending this command to the GSM-VAC2 PLUS you will get back the SMS with all currently programmed Input filters (IF0 – IF5). ;PRTO; Print TO - sending this command to the GSM-VAC2 PLUS you will get back the SMS with all currently programmed telephone numbers which are use for CLIP identification (TO0 – TO9). ;PRTK; Print TK - sending this command to the GSM-VAC2 PLUS you will get back the SMS with all currently programmed telephone numbers which are use to enter into programming and remote control mode (TK0 – TK9). ;PROP; Print OP- sending this command to the GSM-VAC2 PLUS you will get back the SMS with all currently programmed Outputs parameters (OP1 – OP4). ;PROA; Print OA - sending this command to the GSM-VAC2 PLUS you will get back the SMS with all currently programmed Output Alarm links (OA1 – OA4). ;PRDL; Print DL - sending this command to the GSM-VAC2 PLUS you will get back the SMS with all currently programmed Delays before dial (DL1 – DL4). ;PR#; Print # - sending this command to the GSM-VAC2 PLUS you will get back the SMS with all currently programmed Alarm SMS (#0 - #5) ;PRP; Print P - sending this command to the GSM-VAC2 PLUS you will get back the SMS with all currently programmed Set-up parameters (RFL, RFT, PTM, RED, CLP) CHECKING AND CHANGING THE SYSTEM STATUS ;SYS; Sending this command to the GSM-VAC2 PLUS you will get back the SMS with state of the system. The replay SMS will be: ;SYS= ON; System is ON (active inputs) ;SYS= OFF; System is OFF (inputs are not active) ;SYS=ON; Sending this command to the GSM-VAC2 PLUS you will switch the system ON. _____________________________________________________________________________ 21
    • ;SYS=OFF; Sending this command to the GSM-VAC2 PLUS you will switch the system OFF. CHECKING THE INPUT STATUS ;INP; Sending this command to the GSM-VAC2 PLUS you will get the replay SMS with Input status. The replay can be: ;INP(1-4)=(OPEN-ON) – alarm loop is open and the input is in the alarm state ;INP(1-4)=(OPEN-OFF) – alarm loop is open and the alarm input is in the idle state ;INP(1-4)=(LOW-ON) – alarm loop is close on GND and the input is in the alarm state ;INP(1-4)=(LOW-OFF) – alarm loop is close on the GND and the alarm input is in the idle state ;INP(1-4)=(HGH-ON) – alarm loop is close on +12VDC and the input is in the alarm state ;INP(1-4)=(HIGH-OFF) – alarm loop is close on the +12V and the alarm input is in the idle state OUTPUTS REMOTE CONTROL BY SMS COMMAND ;OUT; Sending this command to the GSM-VAC2 PLUS you will get the replay SMS with Output status. The status can be ON or OFF. ;OUTX=1; Sending this command to the GSM-VAC2 PLUS the output X is going ON. ;OUTX=0; Sending this command to the GSM-VAC2 PLUS the output X is going OFF. X=1,2,3 or 4 for OUT1, OUT2, OUT3 and OUT4 When you want to get the return message with the Output status you must press + before the command. For example: ;+OUTX=1; The return message will be: OUTX=(ON) ERASE ALL DATA FROM THE SIM ;SIMCLR; WARNING!!! Sending this command to the GSM-VAC2 PLUS you will erase all programmed data! PARAMETERS CHANGING USING THE SMS For the fist time programming we suggest to send the; PRALL; command to the GSM-VAC2 PLUS. On your mobile phone you’ll get back 12 SMS with all parameters. You can simply re-write the parameters and resend the SMS back to GSM-VAC2 PLUS. For Example: _____________________________________________________________________________ 22
    • The first SMS will be SMS with telephone numbers (TK0 –TK9). If the SIM card is empty you’ll get following SMS: ;TK 0=0;TK1=0;TK2=0;TK3=0;TK 4=0;TK5=0;TK6=0;TK7=0;TK 8=0;TK9=0; You’d like to change the TK0 (0770 713 47), TK1 (0774236480) and TK2 (077125563) ;TK0=0770 713 47;TK1=077236480;TK2=077125563;TK3=0;TK 4=0;TK5=0;TK6=0;TK7=0;TK 8=0;TK9=0; If you put the “+” before SMS string than you’ll automatically get the return message with just programming values. Example: SMS to GSM-VAC2+: ;+TK0=0770 713 47;TK1=0772364800;TK2=077125563;TK3=0;TK 4=0;TK5=0;TK6=0;TK7=0;TK 8=0;TK9=0; Return SMS from GSM-VAC2 PLUS if you use +: ;TK0=040 713 470;TK1=077236480;TK2=077125563;TK3=0;TK 4=0;TK5=0;TK6=0;TK7=0;TK 8=0;TK9=0; You can use the same programming procedure for all parameters. It is also possible to change just a few different parameters with one SMS. Consider that the SMS should not be longer than 160 characters (included space bar). For example, you want to change the following parameters and you want to get the confirmation SMS back: TK1, IP1, IP2, OP3, OP4; IF1, LK1 and RED You will create the following SMS: ;+TK1=077071347;IP1=1;IP2=1;OP3=15;IF1=120;LK1=1;RED=4; Send the SMS to the GSM-VAC2+ telephone number and in a few seconds you will get the reply SMS. The sentence of the SMS must be the same as the original you sent to the GSM-VAC2 +. Other New Parameters _____________________________________________________________________________ 23
    • Receive revision of software and quality of signal (PRSQ) Command: ;PRSQ; When we send SMS with PRSQ command we receive revision of the device software and signal quality. The signal is momentary, minimal, maximum and average. Form of SMS is like this: P4+1.6m(300806)-SQ(5)=30, SQ MIN=21, SQ MAX=30, SQ AVE=25; SQ(5) means momentary signal on VM5 (flashes of blue LED). Value 30 means the strength of signal. This value is measured by GSM module. Value of the signal is between 1- 31, where 1 means the weakest signal and 31 the strongest signal. MGT – message replay time Is time in seconds, which tells us how long we will hear the voice message during alarm. Default value is 20s. RGT – ring time duration Is time in seconds, which tells us how long the ring will last when alarm is on and then skip to call the second number or cancel the RING. Default value is 90s. C00 – conversion ˝00˝ to ˝+˝ If parameter is set to C00=1 VM5 converts ˝00˝ to ˝+˝. In case that we have on SIM card the following number ˝0038642364807˝ and parameter C00=1, VM5 will dial this number ˝+38642364807˝. Parameter is suitable for countries where they don’t support calling with starting numbers ˝00˝. Default value is ˝0˝. TAM – tamper input With this parameter we set the desired input to be active even if we reset the inputs. It means that the desired input is active for 24h. MRES – module reset Time in hours. Resetting the GSM module is recommended because it is possible that GSM module goes in to undefined state. Default time is 168h (one week). NEW GSM-VAC2+ FEATURES “MAIN POWER LOST” AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS LINKING – LK6, LK7 The GSM-VAC2+ will send an SMS message in case when the main power is lost (too low or off). In this case the unit will send an SMS to user. The default SMS is “Main Power Lost” and it is possible to change it. You can also program how long the unit must be without power. The default level is 5 second. The new GSM-VAC2+ can control also the battery level and when the level is under 10, 5 V will send the SMS “Low Battery”. _____________________________________________________________________________ 24
    • The low level of the battery can be detected in cases where the unit works without main power supply. Programming table for “MAIN POWER LOST” and telephone numbers linking GSM-VAC2+ PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK Number Name Description (Default) LK6 Main Power Lost LK7 Main Power OK Example: GSM-VAC2+ PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK Number Name Description (Default) LK6 01 Main Power Lost SMS will be send to TL0 and TL1 LK7 02 Main Power OK SMS will be send to TL0 and TL2 LK remote programming by SMS For the upper example send the following SMS from the host phone to the GSM-VAC2+: ;LK6=01;LK7=02; If you want to get the confirmation SMS back then write “+” before SMS command: ;+ LK6=01;LK7=02; “LOW BATTERY” AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS LINKING – LK7, LK8 Programming table for “LOW BATTERY” and telephone numbers linking GSM-VAC2+ PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK Number Name Description (Default) LK8 Low Battery (less then 10,5V) LK9 Low Battery OK (under 10,5V) Example: GSM-VAC2+ PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK Number Name Description (Default) LK8 01 Low Battery SMS will be send to TL0 and TL1 LK9 02 Low Battery OK SMS will be send to TL0 and TL2 LK6 and LK7 remote programming by SMS For the upper example send the following SMS from the host phone to the GSM-VAC2+: ;LK6=01;LK7=02; If you want to get the confirmation SMS back then write “+” before SMS command: ;+ LK6=01;LK7=02; _____________________________________________________________________________ 25
    • “MAIN POWER LOST” FILTER PARAMETR - VMT Parameter VMT determines the length of the pulse which is required to create the alarm after the main power is lost. This time can be from 1 second up to 240 seconds. The default value is 5 seconds. For example: When the GSM-VAC2+ is without main power supply more than 5 seconds (default) then will send the SMS message with following text: “Main Power Lost”. At the moment when the main power comes back the GSM-VAC2+ will send the SMS message with following text: “Main Power OK”. Programming table for “MAIN POWER LOST” filter – VMT GSM-VAC2+ PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK Number Name Description (Default) VMT 5 Main Power Lost filter (5 seconds default) “MAIN POWER LOST” filter remote programming by SMS For the upper example send the following SMS from the host phone to the GSM-VAC2+: ;VMT=5; If you want to get the confirmation SMS back then write “+” before SMS command: ;+VMT=5; “LOW BATTERY” FILTER PARAMETR - VBT Parameter VBT determinate length of the pulse which is required to create the alarm after the power of the battery is low and it is below 10,5V. This time can be from 1 second up to 240 seconds. The default value is 10 seconds. NOTE: The “Low battery” will be detected when the GSM-VAC2+ operates only with back-up battery and it is not connected on the Main Power Supply. For example: When the voltage of the back up battery is less then 10,5V, the GSM-VAC2+ will send the SMS message with the following text: “Low Battery”. At the moment when the battery power will be higher then 10,5V the GSM-VAC2+ will send the SMS message with the following text: “Low Battery OK”. Programming table for “LOW BATTERY” filter - VBT GSM-VAC2+ PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK Number Name Description (Default) VBT 10 Low Battery filter (10 seconds default) “LOW BATTERY” filter remote programming by SMS For the upper example send the following SMS from the host phone to the GSM-VAC2+: ;VBT=10; If you want to get the confirmation SMS back then write “+” before SMS command: _____________________________________________________________________________ 26
    • ;+VBT=10; “MAIN POWER LOST” and “LOW BATTERY” text editor In case of “Main Power Lost” or “Low Battery” event you can send also short SMS message to the client. It is possible to use default pre-programming SMS messages or you can write your own text (different languages). Programming table for “MAIN POWER LOST” and “LOW BATTERY” text messages PHONE BOOK – NAME – DEFAULT MESSAGES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 # 6 M A I N P O W R L O S T # 7 M A I N P O W R O K # 8 B A T T E R Y L O W # 9 B A T T E R Y O K Normally, when we want to store the SMS text, the telephone number needs to be entered. Since the latter is required only because of the basic design of the phone book memory, it is not important what number we enter. When we enter the number which is not equal to “0” this number will be pasted together with text message. “MAIN POWER LOST“ and “LOW BATTERY” text messages remote programming by SMS For the upper example send the following SMS from the host phone to the GSM-VAC2+: ;#6MAIN POWER LOST=0; #7MAIN POWER OK=0; BATTERY LOW =0;BATTERY OK=0; If you want to get the confirmation SMS back then write “+” before SMS command: ;+#6MAIN POWER LOST=0; #7MAIN POWER OK=0; BATTERY LOW =0;BATTERY OK=0; INPUT TRIGGER COUNTER BEFORE ALARM - IC With IC parameter you can program how many triggers on the input there must be for the alarm activation. The counter can be programmed from 1 to 240 pulses. The default value is 0 and this mean immediate alarm. Programming table for the input trigger counter - IC GSM-VAC2+ PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK Number Name Description (Default) IC1 0 Default value is 0 – immediate alarm on Input 1 IC2 0 Default value is 0 – immediate alarm on Input 2 IC3 0 Default value is 0 – immediate alarm on Input 3 IC4 0 Default value is 0 – immediate alarm on Input 4 Example: GSM-VAC2+ PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK NAME NUMBER DESCRIPTION IC1 3 2 triggers on Input 1 for alarm IC2 5 5 triggers on Input 2 for alarm IC3 0 Immediate alarm on Input 3 IC4 4 4 triggers on Input 4 for alarm The input trigger counter before alarm remote programming by SMS For the above example send the following SMS from the host phone to the GSM-VAC2+ _____________________________________________________________________________ 27
    • ;IC1=3;IC2=5;IC3=0;IC4=4; If you want to get the confirmation SMS back then write “+” before SMS command: ;+IC1=3;IC2=5;IC3=0;IC4=4; INPUT TRIGGER COUNT UP INACTIVITY PRESET – IR The IR parameter determines the time before the pulse counter (ICn parameter) will be reset on 0. The IRn value can be in second, hours and days. For example: 1 - 60 in second (1 = 1s, 60 = 60s) 61 – 120 in minutes (61 = 1min., 120 = 60min.) 121 - 150 in hours (121 = 1h, 150 = 30h) 151 – 250 in days (151 = 1 day, 250 = 100 days) Programming table for the input trigger count up inactivity preset - IR GSM-VAC2+ PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK Number Name Description (Default) IR1 0 Default value is 0 – no counter preset IR2 0 Default value is 0 – no counter preset IR3 0 Default value is 0 – no counter preset IR4 0 Default value is 0 – no counter preset Example: GSM-VAC2+ PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK NAME NUMBER DESCRIPTION IR1 20 Counter preset time is 20 seconds IR2 75 Counter preset time is 15 minutes IR3 131 Counter preset time is 10 hours IR4 157 Counter preset time is 7 days The input trigger count up inactivity preset remote programming by SMS For the above example send the following SMS from the host phone to the GSM-VAC2+: ;IR1=20;IR2=75;IR3=131;IR4=157; If you want to get the confirmation SMS back then write “+” before SMS command: ;+IR1=20;IR2=75;IR3=131;IR4=157; ACTIV ALARM SMS MESSAGE RE-SEND TIME - IA The GSM-VAC2+ can resend the alarm SMS message when the Input is still in the alarm condition. This time is programmed by IA parameter and it can be in minutes, hours or days. For example: 1 - 60 in second (1 = 1s, 60 = 60s) 61 – 120 in minutes (61 = 1min., 120 = 60min.) 121 - 150 in hours (121 = 1h, 150 = 30h) 151 – 250 in days (151 = 1 day, 250 = 100 days) _____________________________________________________________________________ 28
    • Programming table for the active alarm re-send time - IA GSM-VAC2+ PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK Number Name Description (Default) IA1 0 Default value is 0 – the re-send time is not active IA2 0 Default value is 0 – the re-send time is not active IA3 0 Default value is 0 – the re-send time is not active IA4 0 Default value is 0 – the re-send time is not active Example: GSM-VAC2+ PROGRAMMING TABLE SIM CARD PHONE BOOK Number Name Description (Default) IA1 20 SMS will be re-send after 20s of the Input activity IA2 75 SMS will be re-send after 15min of the Input activity IA3 131 SMS will be re-send after 10h of the Input activity IA4 157 SMS will be re-send after 7 days of the Input activity The active alarm re-send time remote programming by SMS For the above example send the following SMS from the host phone to the GSM-VAC2+: ;IA1=20;IA2=75;IA3=131;IA4=157; If you want to get the confirmation SMS back then write “+” before SMS command: ;+IA1=20;IA2=75;IA3=131;IA4=157; Check credit for a PRE-PAYSIM CARD  V1 Command Command ;PRV1; Sending this command to the GSM-VAC2+ you will get back the SMS with Credit amount on your Pre-pay SIM card V1=*#1345# for Vodafone V1=*#10# for O2 V1=*#check code with tmobile# for T MOBILE Orange only have a voice system so this feature is not available. Send text ;PRV1; Remaining credit will be received on your phone. _____________________________________________________________________________ 29
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