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Gsm Wireless Intercom

  1. 1. GSM TECHNICAL TRAINING
  2. 2. <ul><li>Based on the 4000 Series door entry panel design </li></ul><ul><li>GSM amplifier is totally self contained and only contains an external power supply and antenna </li></ul><ul><li>Up to 50 call buttons </li></ul><ul><li>Dials any landline or mobile number </li></ul><ul><li>Divert to a secondary number if primary number is not answered (Optionally divert up to 5 times for the first 10 buttons) </li></ul><ul><li>Dry contact relay output </li></ul><ul><li>Auxiliary output (open collector) </li></ul><ul><li>Push to exit input and auxiliary input </li></ul><ul><li>Programmable via SMS or PC software </li></ul><ul><li>Access control feature for up to 250 users </li></ul><ul><li>Signal Strength Check via SMS </li></ul><ul><li>Balance check facility (Limited to certain network providers) </li></ul>
  3. 3. Kit Components:- Kits are primarily made up of 3 components. Door panels may be customised up to 50 buttons and accessory modules added such as keypads and proximity. Door Panel Power Supply Antenna
  4. 4. 4810N-0 0 Button 4810N-1 1 Button 4810N-2 2 Button 4810N-1D 2 Button (Double Button) 4810N-2D 4 Button (Double Button) Built into a 4000 Series module the 4810N contains all the GSM communication electronics, SIM card (supplied separately) and connections. Modules available with button options 0, 1, 2, 4: Up to 50 push buttons may be connected using the standard 4000 series expansion button modules Art.4842, 4843, 4844, 4845, 4842D, 4843D Door Panel – 4810N Amplifier:-
  5. 5. Door Panel – 4810N Dip Switch Settings:-
  6. 6. Door Panel – 4810N Terminal Connections:-
  7. 7. Call buttons included on the 4810N are already prewired internally to the matrix. Shorting a letter with a number via a normally open push button will allow us to call up to 50 different telephone numbers stored in a memory location 001 - 050 Example: A & 1 = MEM 001 D & 1 = MEM 025 G & 2 = MEM 050 Door Panel – 4810N Button Matrix:-
  8. 8. Door Panel – Connecting Extension Button Modules to Matrix: 4000 Series button modules have the option of using each button as volt free, or having one side of the buttons common.
  9. 9. Door Panel – 4810N Push to Exit Button and Auxiliary Inputs/Outputs:- Push to exit function, triggers relay for programmed time Push to Exit Button (normally open)
  10. 10. Door Panel – 4810N Push to Exit Button and Auxiliary Inputs/Outputs:- Auxiliary output (open collector), triggers when 5 & G are shorted
  11. 11. Door Panel – 4810N Push to Exit Button and Auxiliary Inputs/Outputs:- Auxiliary 1 input triggers auxiliary output (AO)
  12. 12. Door Panel – 4810N Push to Exit Button and Auxiliary Inputs/Outputs:- Auxiliary 2 input sends an SMS message to the master telephone number when triggered (can only be triggered once every 4 minutes)
  13. 13. Door Panel – 4800 Codelock:- 4800 3 Code (3 Relays) 4900 100 Code (3 Relays) Built into a 4000 Series module the 4800 is a 3 code module, housing 3 dry contact relays. (4900 – 100 code is available as an upgrade) The code locks modules have audible tones for reassurance as well as LED’s for status indication. 2 push to exit inputs are included for relays 1 and 2. Relays may be timed between 01-99 seconds or set to latch.
  14. 14. Door Panel – 4800 Terminal Connections:- Art.4800 Connections Connection Function + 12-24V ac/dc power input - 0V power input C1 Common connection of relay 1 (Dry contact) NO1 Normally open connection of relay 1 (Dry contact) NC1 Normally closed connection of relay 1 (Dry contact) C2 Common connection of relay 2 (Dry contact) NO2 Normally open connection of relay 2 (Dry contact) NC2 Normally closed connection of relay 2 (Dry contact) C3 Common connection of relay 3 (Dry contact) NO3 Normally open connection of relay 3 (Dry contact) NC3 Normally closed connection of relay 3 (Dry contact) SW1 Push to exit input for relay 1 (Triggered by 0V) SW2 Push to exit input for relay 2 (Triggered by 0V)
  15. 15. Door Panel – 4800 Codelock:- Push to Exit Button (normally open) Push to Exit Button (normally open) Shorting SW1 to Ground triggers Relay 1 Shorting SW2 to Ground triggers Relay 2
  16. 16. Door Panel – 4800 Programming:-
  17. 17. Wiring Diagram – Interfacing the 4800 and 4810N:-
  18. 18. 4881 4882 4881/C 4881/G 4882/C 4882/G 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module Surface housing back boxes available in various sizes and finishes 4881 = 1 Module 4882 = 2 Module 4883 = 3 Module 4884 = 4 Module 4886 = 6 Module 4889 = 9 Module Standard finish is gun metal grey /C = Chrome /G = Gold Surface Backboxes :-
  19. 19. 4851 4852 4851/C 4851/G 4852/C 4852/G 1 Module 1 Module 1 Module 2 Module 2 Module 2 Module Flush housing back boxes available in various sizes and finishes 4851 = 1 Module 4852 = 2 Module 4853 = 3 Module Standard finish is gun metal grey /C = Chrome /G = Gold Flush Backboxes :-
  20. 20. Lock Release Back EMF Protection:- A capacitor must be fitted across the terminals on an AC lock release and a diode must be fitted across the terminals on a DC lock release. This is to suppress the back EMF voltages which can cause components to lose their non volatile memory e.g. coded keypads / proximity controllers.
  21. 21. Wiring Diagrams:-
  22. 22. Wiring Diagrams:-
  23. 23. SMS Programming syntax:- <4 DIGIT CODE> <3 DIGIT FUNCTION CODE> <OPTIONAL DATA> <OPTIONAL ?> Programming by text message is an easy way of changing settings on the intercom panel. All programming functions follow the same format as shown below: This code prevents unauthorised access to the programmable features of the system. The code must be four digits long but can be any combination using digits 0 – 9. The default code is 1111 and will be used in all examples shown. The 3 digit function code identifies the programmable feature to be changed. The code must be in capital letters. The optional data will vary depending on the command used. It may be a telephone number, a time setting or may not be used at all. Most of the commands support the ? Feature. When this is added to the end of a text message, a confirmation text message will be sent back to the sender indicating the new data has been received and stored
  24. 24. SMS Programming commands:- DESCRIPTION CODE EXAMPLE SETTINGS DEFAULT PAGE Store a primary telephone no. STN 1111STNnnn”01912243174” nnn = 001-050 N/A 19-20 Store a divert telephone no. STD 1111STDnnn”01912241559” nnn = 001-050 N/A Store a dial to open no. STR 1111STRnnn”07771234567” nnn = 001-250 N/A Set call time SPT 1111SPTnn nn = 01 - 12 02 (40s) 20 Set relay time RLT 1111RLTnn nn = 00 - 99 05 (5s) 21 Set auxiliary out time AOT 1111AOTnn nn = 00 - 99 05 (5s) 21 Set auxiliary out mode AOM 1111AOMnn nn = 00 or 01 01 21-22 Keep connection facility NOD 1111NODnn nn = 01 - 99 30 (30days) 22 Divert to second no. time DIT 1111DITnn nn = 01 - 99 15 (15s) 22 Check GSM signal strength SIG 1111SIG? N/A N/A 28-29 Check software version VER 1111VER? N/A N/A 28 Dial a number DLE 1111DLE”123” N/A N/A 23 Store SMS message for g-4 SMS 1111SMS”HouseAlarm” N/A AUX TRIG 23 Change 4 digit code CDE 1111CDE1234 Any 4 digits 1111 22 Initiate a special command PRG 1111PRG(command) AT commands N/A 24 Trigger the relay RLY 1111RLY N/A N/A 28 Trigger the auxiliary output AUX 1111AUX N/A N/A 28 Store balance check dial string SDL 1111SDL”*#1345#” N/A N/A 24 Check credit balance BAL 1111BAL? N/A N/A 28-29 Latch the relay RLA 1111RLA N/A N/A 28 Unlatch the relay RUL 1111RUL N/A N/A 28 Latch the auxiliary output 1111ALA N/A N/A 28 Unlatch the auxiliary output AUL 1111AUL N/A N/A 28 Store the master telephone no. STM 1111STM”07771234567” N/A N/A
  25. 25. SMS Programming – Storing a Call Button (STN) & Divert Number (STD) :-
  26. 26. SMS Programming – Storing a Number for Dial in door Release (STR) :-
  27. 27. SMS Programming – Setting The Call Time (SPT) :-
  28. 28. SMS Programming – Setting The Relay Time (RLT) :- SMS Programming – Auxiliary Out Time (AOT) :-
  29. 29. SMS Programming – Setting The Operation of AO ( AOM) :- SMS Programming – Changing The 4 Digit Master Code (CDE) :-
  30. 30. SMS Programming – Auto Call (NOD) :- SMS Programming – Changing The Divert Time (DIT) :-
  31. 31. SMS Programming – Setting The Divert Time (DIT) :- SMS Programming – Force The Intercom To Dial (DLE) :-
  32. 32. SMS Programming – Store SMS Auxiliary Message (SMS) :- SMS Programming – Store The Balance Check String (SDL) :-
  33. 33. SMS Programming – Changing the Master Telephone Number (STM) :-
  34. 34. Technical Support:- Technical support is a big part of the facilities Videx have to offer. Our technical support department process over 4000 calls each month and are there to offer assistance in areas such as system design, installation guide lines, programming and troubleshooting. The lines are open Monday – Friday 08:30 – 17:00. (0191) 224 3174 [email_address] www.videx-security.com

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