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1 Security module CG2 User manual TRIKDIS, JSC Draugystes str. 17, LT Kaunas LITHUANIA Web

2 This manual is furnished to help You understand Your security system and become proficient in its operation. All users of Your security system should read and follow the instructions and precautions in this booklet. Failure to do so could result in the security system not working properly. This booklet should be kept in an accessible location for the life of the security system. If You do not understand any part of this manual You should notify Your installing company and ask for that section of the manual to be explained fully. Fill the tables on pages 7 and 8. Remember, read the entire manual and, if is possible practice on the keypad and mobile phone control while Your professional installer is at Your building. If You have any questions ask Your installing company. Please keep in mind that the level of security You will obtain with this system relates specifically with two major factors: 1. The quantity, quality, and placement of security devices attached to this system. 2. The knowledge You have of the security system and how that knowledge is utilized in a weekly test of the complete system. You should be aware of the following facts when preparing a safety/security plan for Your home/business. 1. Your security system is an electronic device and is subject to failure or malfunction. Do not rely on it as Your single source of security. 2. Your system should be tested weekly. 3. Your system will not work without power. 4. Warning devices will need to be loud enough, wired correctly, and properly placed to provide notification of an alarm event. 5. Smoke and heat detectors may not detect heat and smoke in all situations. 6. Use qualified security professionals to select, install, and maintain Your security system. 7. It may be possible to arm the security system without the backup battery connected. Your periodic test should be done with A.C. Power removed to verify the battery is connected and adequately charged. 8. Care should be taken to plug in and properly restrain the A.C. Transformer after testing. Please read this entire booklet carefully before operating Your security system. If You do not understand any portion of this manual, or if You have any questions about Your system, contact the installing company listed on page 8 of this booklet. Main features Security system can be armed/disarmed: 1. By free of charge phone call. Up to 40 User phone numbers can be entered into module s phonebook, by which security system can be armed/disarmed and/or change state of PGM established to operate as DIAL remotely. 2. By changing the state of input established to function as control zone ON/OFF with devices that have switching contacts (keypad SZW-02, Access board, switch and etc). 3. By Paradox keypad K636, MG10LEDV, MG10LEDH or MG32LED. Security module sends messages: - SMS messages to two User telephones. User can be additionally informed about the sending of SMS messages by a free of charge call. and/or - To the monitoring station (CMS) through a GPRS by TCP/UDP protocol to two IP addresses and/or SMS messages. Transmission corresponds to Contact ID table of codes. 2

3 Control of security system by using keypad 1. Changing [Master code]. This code is possible to change not delete. +[Master code] Press the key. Enter the 4-digit password (default is 1234). Key starts flashing and key [1] shining. [0]+[1] Enter the 2-digit rank number of Master code (default is [0]+[1]). [New Master code] Enter a new 4-digit Master code. [New Master code] Repeat the entered Master code. [ENTER] Press key [ENTER]. [CLEAR] Press key [CLEAR] to finish programming mode. 2. Entering a new. Press the key. Enter the 4-digit password (default is 1234). Key starts +[Master code] flashing and key [1] shining. Other flashing buttons mean that corresponding User codes have already been entered. [0]+[4] Enter the 2-digit rank number of User code (e.g. [0]+[4]). [New User code] Enter the new 4-digit User code [New User code] Repeat the entered User code. [ENTER] Press key [ENTER]. Other User codes are entered in a similar way, only changing the User s rank number. [CLEAR] Press key [CLEAR] to finish programming mode. 3. Deleting a. +[Master code] [0]+[4] [SLEEP] [CLEAR] Press the key. Enter the 4-digit Master code (default is 1234). ). Key starts flashing and key [1] shining. Other flashing buttons mean that corresponding User codes have already been entered. Enter the 2-digit rank number of User code (e.g. [0]+[4]) which You want to delete. Press key [SLEEP]. Sound signal will be heard and button showing corresponding User code will switch off. Code is deleted. Other User codes are deleted in a similar way, only changing the User s rank number. Press key [CLEAR] to finish programming mode. 4. Press key [CLEAR] to finish programming mode, delete or modify wrong command. 5. Arming security system. Close all zones in desired partition (e.g. close windows, doors). Leave the premises and close external door. 6. Disarming security system. Enter in Your premises If zones are disturbed, security system will not arm. Zones are in desired partition when keys [1],..., [6] are switched off. Enter Your 4-digit User code. The system starts calculating exit delay time, during which indicator ARM is flashing. Open external door. When system is armed indicator ARM is shining. If Bell squawk function is turned on, siren will squawk once upon arming. How much time You have to leave premises see value written in row Exit delay time on page 8. The system starts calculating entry delay time. How much time You have to enter 4-digit User code see value written in row Entry delay time on page 8. Indicator OFF is shining when system disarms. If Bell squawk function is turned on, siren will squawk twice upon disarming. 7. Arming security system in STAY. I way (when entering the premises, entry delay time countdown will start). Close all zones in desired partition (e.g. close windows, doors). If zones are disturbed, security system will not arm. Zones are in desired partition when keys [1],..., [6] are switched off. Enter Your 4-digit User code. The system starts calculating exit delay time, during which indicator ARM is flashing. If during the exit delay time Delay zone will be not disturbed, STAY mode will arm. During the exit delay time indicator ARM is flashing. During STAY During STAY arming mode indicators ARM and STAY are shining. Enter Your 4-digit User code to disarm system. 3

4 8. Arming security system in STAY. II way (entry to premises is impossible without security system alarm). Close all zones in desired partition (e.g. close windows, doors). [STAY] 9. Turning a siren OFF. 10. Bypassing a zone. [BYP] [0]+[2] [ENTER] Arm security system Emergency alarms If zones are disturbed, security system will not arm. Zones are in desired partition when keys [1],..., [6] are switched off. Press key [STAY] Enter Your 4-digit User code. Open the door and leave the premises. System arms in STAY mode. During STAY arming indicator ARM is shining, STAY is flashing. Enter Your 4-digit User code to disarm system Enter Your 4-digit User code to turn siren off. Press key [BYP]. Enter Your 4-digit User code. Key [BYP] will start flashing. Enter a 2-digit number of a zone You want to bypass (e.g. [0]+[2]). If it is necessary to bypass more zones, enter all numbers of zones You want to bypass (e.g. [0]+[2]+[0]+[3]). Enter key [ENTER]. Key [BYP] and buttons of bypassed zones numbers will start shining. Zones are bypassed only for one arming. System is ready to be armed. Follow the arming schedule written in 5, 6, 7 chapters. 1. PANIC signal to send message call the police. Press buttons [1]+[3] and hold for at least 2 seconds to generate alarm signal [1]+[3] (e.g. siren or bell) and transfer panic message. 2. PANIC signal to inform send message call the medic. Press buttons [4]+[6] and hold for at least 2 seconds to generate medical [4]+[6] alarm signal (e.g. siren or bell) and transfer panic message. 3. FIRE signal to inform about fire. Press buttons [7]+[9] and hold for at least 2 seconds to generate fire alarm [7]+[9] signal (e.g. siren or bell) and transfer fire alarm message. Security system arming/disarming by changing a state of zone named ON/OFF Ask Your installer what is way to arm/disarm security system by devices having switching contacts (keypad SZW-02, keyswitch TM1 etc). Arming/Disarming security system by free of charge call. Modules phonebook stows up to 40 phone numbers of Users who can remotely arm/disarm security system by free of charge call. 1. Arming security system by free of charge call. Leave Your premises. Don t forget to close all zones in desired partition (e.g. close windows, doors). [call to module] If zones are disturbed, security system will not arm. 2. Disarming security system by free of charge call. [call to module] Being outside call to module by telephone number of its SIM card. Module will reject Your call when it arms the security system. If Bell squawk function is turned on, siren will squawk once upon arming. Module sends confirmations of command execution. Being near Your premises call to module by telephone number of its SIM card. Module will reject Your call when it disarms the security system. If Bell squawk function is turned on, siren will squawk twice upon disarming. How much time You have to open a door, see value written in row Exit delay time on page 8 if is activated AutoARM function. 4

5 Keypad K636 Keys [1],..., [6] are shining zones are disturbed. Key [ARM]: - Is shining. Security system is armed. - Is flashing. Is calculating exit delay. Key [STAY]: - It s shining together with the key [ARM]. System is armed in STAY mode (fully armed premises perimeter but is allowed to freely roam inside). It s possible to disarm the security system through an entry delay. - Is flashing. Security system is disarmed while staying inside. Key [OFF] is shining. Security system is disarmed. Power supply key [~]: - Is shining. Control panel is powered from AC main. - Is flashing Is powered from the backup battery. - Turned off. No power supply. Key is shining. User code programming mode. Keys [1],..., [9] are shining. Number of codes are shining are entered. Key [TBL] is shining. Not communicate keypad to control panel. Key [BYP] is shining together with a key number [1],..., [9]. Shining key number means that the security zone is bypassed. 5

6 Electrical engineering remote control Ask Your installer what is way to control connected electrical engineering devices (EED) remotely. If EED is controlled by phone call, ring to module by SIM card number. If EED is controlled by SMS, send an SMS by SIM card number. SMS structure: Task Change 4 th output state to [1]. Change 4 th output state to [0]. Reverse 4 th output state. SMS text PSW123456_54_1 PSW123456_54_0 PSW123456_50_4 Remote configuration and requests Task SMS text Change the password PSW123456_98_ Install phone number of User who will arm/disarm the security system. PSW654321_03_ # Install phone number of first User who will receive information sent by security system. PSW654321_04_ # Install phone number of second User who will receive information sent by security system. PSW654321_05_ # Activate GSM communicator to transfer SMS messages to users above. PSW654321_09_ Request about outputs state* PSW123456_97_3 Request about arming of security system, power supply* PSW123456_97_4 Request about GSM level and IMEI* PSW123456_97_5 *Module will replay to sender s telephone. If the primary (default) password is not changed, module's user list can be manipulated. This means, that one can enter his telephone number to control the security system without an assent from the owner. In SMS examples: PSW initial command, 6 digits password (default ). underscore _ means space in SMS text, 03, 04, 05, 09, 50, 54, commands codes, International telephone number (without +, up to 16 digits), # - end symbol of the telephone number (required in the text). All operational parameters can be changed by a PC only. 6

7 For info Zone ID Alarm message Restore message Zone BYPASS Zone Definition Input TYPE Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4 Zone 5 Zone 6 Low Battery Silent AC Loss Silent NC NC Status event report Enable Output ID Output Definition Periodical test GSM level Open Close System Reset Remote Open Remote Close Armed STAY Medical Fire Panic OUT 1 OUT 2 OUT 3 OUT 4 OUT 5 OUT 6 7

8 Installing company Phones Service company Phones For service call Account Number Entry delay time Exit delay time Time of siren operation Periodicity of Test Operation mode of control zone ON/OFF Auto ARM Phone number 1 of User who receives SMS messages (SMS to USER1) Phone number 2 of User who receives SMS messages (SMS to USER2) Phone number 1 of User who will be informed about alarm by a call (DIAL to USER1) Phone number 2 of User who will be informed about alarm by a call (DIAL to USER2) 8

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