1 Euro-MERiDIAN NE & NEplus Intruder Alarm System Operator s Instructions
2 You ve Made the Right Choice Page A1 Contents Introduction A1-4 Using Euro-MERiDIAN with Code or Tag B1-5 Intelligent Setting B6-7 When Problems Arise C1-3 Setting Individual Area D1-3 Chime Facility E1 Omitting Zones E2-3 Keypad Personal Attack E4 Manager Menu F1-2 Omitting 24 hr Zones F3 Changing Date & Time F4 Change/Add Codes or Tags F5-10 Review History Log F11-12 SMS Phonebook F13 Walk Testing Detectors F14 Testing your Sounder F15 SMS Messaging System F16-17 Dial Out Menu F18 Allow Engineer Menu F19 Block Remote Set F20 Perform Anti-Code Reset F21 Service & Codeholder Records G1-2 Note the specification of Euro-MERiDIAN may vary between models, and some facilities in the manual may not be available. Check with your installer for full details. This equipment may be used in systems installed to a lower grade, which will be agreed with your installation company. Castle Care-Tech 2006 (RINS1020) Issue 1
3 Page A2 You ve Made the Right Choice Using your Euro-MERiDIAN Alarm System just couldn t be easier! This is the Keypad from where you control your Alarm System*. Note: For your security, the keypad becomes disabled for 90 seconds after 24 incorrect keypresses, or after 6 attempts to present invalid tags. It will subsequently be disabled again after 7 further incorrect key-presses or after another invalid tag is presented. Once a correct code or tag has been registered, the keypad is returned to normal operation. *Please note that Keypad design may differ from that shown.
4 The MERiDIAN Keypad Page A3 MAINS FAIL The display gives you any important messages. It will alert you if you need to call your alarm installation engineer. The 10 digit numeric keypad is where you use your PIN code. MERiDIAN TIME: The A B C D keys help simplify use, and will illuminate to highlight your choice of security cover, or flash if there is a problem. This is where you present your Tag.
5 Page A4 Warning Indications All setting points (Keypads or Tag Readers) have lamps to clearly indicate what is happening. Alert Alarm Tamper Fault Unset The Alert lamp will flash if there is information available to you. Enter your code to see the information. After a code has been entered, one of the following lamps will light: Alarm, tamper or fault. The relevant detail of the problem will be shown on the display. To clear the display, press the Yes key (or the display will clear automatically after 3 minutes.) The Alarm lamp will flash after code entry if an alarm occurs. The Tamper lamp will flash after code entry if the wiring or equipment is tampered with. The Fault lamp will light after code entry to indicate if a technical fault occurs. The Unset lamp will light for 5 seconds if the panel is completely Unset (steady) or if some areas remain Set (flashing). It will also light during the setting procedure, going off once set.
6 Using Tags Page A5 Euro-MERiDIAN s High Security Proximity Tag (or Card) will set or unset your Alarm system with the minimum of fuss or complexity. The Tag contains NO batteries and is completely maintenance free. Just touch the Tag to the fascia below the logo to use. The Keypad will BEEP to acknowledge the TAG.
7 Using the Keypad with your PIN Code or
8 Security Checks Page B1 Before you set your system: You must ensure all doors and windows are securely closed and any pets or people are excluded from areas protected by movement sensors. Close Windows Close Doors Exclude Pets & People
9 Page B2 Leaving the Building If you are leaving the building, go to Keypad and key in your PIN code, or present your Tag. MERiDIAN TIME: Exit tone Starts The appropriate area (ABCD) keys will illuminate. (If flexi-set is enabled you will be able to choose which areas you set, see page D2) Leave by agreed Exit Route Close and Lock the Final Exit Door Finally, press the Push to Set button (if fitted) that is mounted externally by the final exit door. Exit tone will cease Exit Timer SETTING  OFFICE If your exit is timed, you will see the above screen. If you use a Push-to-Set button, or final-doorset, you will see the screen below. Leave via Exit Route Euro-MERiDIAN is now SET
10 Page B3 Faults when you Switch On If when you key in your PIN code (or present your Tag) a warning tone sounds and the fault lamp comes on, the keypad display will show the nature of the problem. UNABLE TO SET BACK DOOR An appropriate A B C D key will flash to indicate within which area the fault exists. The tone will cease after about 10 seconds. Press the NO key The system will remain unset, so you can resolve the problem. For example, you may have left a door open, if so, close the door. Now commence the setting procedure again.
11 Page B4 Faults when Leaving the Building If when you have closed the final exit door (and pushed the Push to Set button if fitted), the exit tone continues to sound an interrupted tone beep beep beep You have probably left a protected door on the exit route open. Return to the keypad and note the message on the display. Stop the setting procedure with your PIN code, or Tag. EXIT VIA HALLWAY Close the open door Now commence the setting procedure again (see B2).
12 Entering the Building Page B5 To enter the building you must use the agreed entry route and go straight to the keypad. ENTRY  TIME ENTRY  TIME ** Entry tone will be sounding beep beep beep Key in your PIN code, or present your Tag. Entry tone will cease To indicate that the system has unset, the unset lamp will illuminate for five seconds. Euro-MERiDIAN is now UNSET
13 Page B6 Part-Setting the System Intelligent Set (if programmed) If you wish to set Euro-MERiDIAN and stay in the building (eg set the alarm at night), the Euro- MERiDIAN s intelligent operating system will realise which level of security you require and will set only part of the system. You will NOT need to press a Push-to-Set button if you set only part of a system. If intelligent set is not installed on your system, you may part set the system as described on Pages D1-D2.
14 Staying in the Building Intelligent Set Page B7 To Part Set Euro-MERiDIAN go to the keypad and enter your PIN code or present your Tag. The appropriate A B C D keys will illuminate Exit tone will start Leave the protected area and retire to the un-protected area (eg upstairs). Euro-MERiDIAN will detect you have gone upstairs and set the appropriate areas accordingly. After a preset time the exit tone will cease. Euro-MERiDIAN is now Part Set
15 When Problems Arise, Just Key in your PIN Code or
16 Silencing Alarms Page C1 If an Alarm tone sounds, the Alert lamp will flash: Just key in your PIN code or Present your Tag. The Alarm will stop sounding Alarm Silenced Low Volts The display will indicate the problem. Press the YES Key Call Engineer Low Volts Euro-MERiDIAN will advise you on any action that is needed. If the Alert LED indication remains lit, there is additional information available. Enter your PIN or present your Tag to view.
17 Page C2 Engineer Reset When an alarm has been cancelled and the Police have been notified by the Alarm Receiving Centre, you will see the following screen when you try to use the system. Quote G19867 Anti-Code Needed It is usually necessary for an engineer from your installation company to check the installation and reset the system for further use. But if you have caused the alarm in error your Alarm Receiving Centre or Alarm Installation Company may permit you to reset the system without an engineer present. You will be required to quote a 6-digit code by telephone (advise them that the system is a Castle Euro-MERiDIAN). You will then be given a special code which will reset the system for that one occasion only. Press NO Enter the anti-code given to you by your installation company. You alarm in now restored and ready to use. This 6-digit code is also displayed in the user menu see page F21. Quote G19867 Anti-Code Needed Euro-MERiDIAN TIME: Enter your Code [* ] Engineer Restore Performed
18 Automatic Inhibit Page C3 Euro-MERiDIAN is designed to automatically disable certain functionality. The factory default settings are as shown below: Intruder Alarm Signal Tamper Alarm Signal Keypad Tag Reader (or Tag at a keypad) After 3* unconfirmed alarms in the same area or 1 confirmed alarm. After 3* unconfirmed alarms in the same area or 1 confirmed alarm. After 23 keypresses without entering a valid code, keys are disabled for 90 seconds. After reinstatement, this will be repeated after each 7 keypresses until a valid code is entered. After 6 presentations of an invalid tag, the reader will be disabled for 90 seconds. After reinstatement, this will be repeated for each invalid tag until a valid tag is used. *This figure is programmable by the installing company
19 Setting Individual Areas
20 The A B C D Keys Page D1 MERiDIAN TIME: Sometimes your security needs will be a little more complex and you will need to use the A B C D keys. MERiDIAN TIME: Your Installer can also give names to all four of the A B C D areas, so that you can easily identify them. For example: A=Reception or All Set B=Warehouse Bedtime Set C=Office Cat in Lounge D=Storeroom Dog in Study SETTING ALL AREAS In addition, names can be given to the whole system ALL AREAS These will be displayed when setting the system.
21 Page D2 Codes with Flexi-Set For greater flexibility in setting parts of your system, you can make a choice at the keypad. SET AREAS [ABCD] Key in your PIN code or present your Tag. If you do not wish to set all the areas assigned to your code/tag, simply select the areas you wish to Set by pressing the relevant A B C D key(s). To change your mind, press the relevant A B C D key(s) again. Press the Yes key to accept Setting areas will now be displayed, with the corresponding area keys being lit. SETTING ALL AREAS Euro-MERiDIAN will now Set the selected areas.
22 Flexi-Set Page D3 MERiDIAN TIME: When Euro-MERiDIAN is already set and you wish to unset: Key in your PIN code or present your Tag. If entry timer has started: All areas for which the tag or PIN is valid will be Unset. Any areas set for which the code is not valid will remain set, eg if A and B are set: If an A tag is presented, only area A will be unset. If an A B tag is presented, both A & B will be unset. An A B C tag will unset A & B, leaving C unset. If entry timer is not running: You will be asked if you wish to set any areas currently not set. to do so, or press NO to unset the system. If there are NO areas set for which the code is valid, the system will SET as described on page D2. Note: Your alarm installing company may have programmed keypads to set and unset certain areas only.
23 Page D4 Flexi-Unset If your codes have been set up with Flexi-Unset enabled, you will always have a choice of what areas you would like to set or unset, regardless of whether the entry timer is running or not providing you have a code valid for the relevant areas. This function can only be enabled by your alarm installing company, and will not be permitted if your system is designed to comply with clause of DD243:2004.
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25 More Advanced Functions
26 The Chime Facility Page E1 MERiDIAN TIME: The C key can be used to select the chime facility while the system is Unset. MERiDIAN TIME: c For example, you may wish to be alerted if someone enters through a particular door during the day. Simply press the C key. The display will show a C MERiDIAN TIME: Now if the door opens you will be alerted by the chime tone. To cancel the Chime function, simply press C again. Note: This is only operative on detectors programmed for this purpose. If multiple zones are programmed to permit this, the sounder will not distinguish between them.
27 Page E2 Setting with a Fault In a domestic setting you may wish to ignore a window you have deliberately left open in the summer time. There may be another fault on the system which you want to ignore when you set the system. Enter your PIN code or present your Tag. The display will ask if you wish to set with the fault. To omit the fault, (or NO if you don t!) Set with Fault? Bedroom Window The system will then set as normal. The fault will be omitted for this one arming period only. NOTE iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Only doors or windows already open can be omitted in this way. The system may be programmed to be able to set with certain types of fault (eg mains fail) but not others (eg telephone line fault).
28 Page E3 Deliberately omitting an input when leaving the building OMIT INPUT? At some time you may wish to isolate a detector if a room is occupied. Enter your PIN code or Tag. While the exit tone is sounding press the YES key. When the OMIT INPUT menu is displayed: Key in the number of the zone you wish to omit and press YES. (Always use a leading zero, eg 02 is zone 2. On larger systems 002 is zone 2) If it has been accepted it will be displayed on the screen. Repeat for any other zones that need to be omitted. After 10 seconds Euro-MERiDIAN will begin to set These zones will be omitted for this one period only.
29 Page E4 Keypad Personal Attack If you ever need to summon personal assistance in an emergency, Euro-MERiDIAN allows you to do so. MERiDIAN TIME: Simply press the 1 and 7 keys at the same time. To reset: Enter you PIN code or present your Tag. Note ghgfiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii This facility is only available if it has been enabled by your alarm installer. 2-Key PA and any duress codes programmed on the system by your engineer are not permitted to send a signal to the Alarm Receiving Centre under police regulations in England, Wales or Northern Ireland.
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31 Page E4 Keypad Personal Attack Manager Menu To enter Manager Menu, press D and then key in your code or present your tag. The screen will display any relevant information; simply press No to move into Manager Menu. We recommend that your system is fully disarmed to use Manager Menu functions.
32 Manager Menu Page F1 MERiDIAN TIME: The manager menu is accessed by pressing D and then keying in your Manager PIN code. You then have a choice of: SIREN TEST? Set Date & Time? (see page F3) Omit Inputs? (see page F4) Change Code(s)? * (see page F5) Review Logs? * (see page F11) Phone Book? (see page F13) Walk Test? * (see page F14) Siren Test? * (see page F15) Test CHC Communications? (see page F16) Dial Out Menu? * (see page F18) Allow Engineer Menu? * (see page F19) Block Remote Set? (see page F20) Download only in Engineer (see page F21) Enter Anti-Code?* (see page F21) Exit Manager Menu? (see page F23) * These features can also be accessed with a standard user code. Pressing the NO key will take you from one Menu to the next (as well as Escaping from within a menu). Pressing the YES key will take you into a menu (as well as Accepting a choice within a menu).
33 Page F2 Manager Menu Press D and key in your Manager PIN code or user code. The first Menu choice asks you if you wish to Set Date & Time? SET DATE & TIME? If you wish to enter the menu, press YES. But if you wish to move on to other Manager Menu items press NO. The USER MENU is similar to the manager menu, with some choices unavailable (see page F1).
34 Set Date & Time Page F3 SET DATE & TIME? Press NO to move to next menu. (Press NO to move to the next menu) YEAR (00-99)  MONTH (1-12)  Enter Year (eg 06=2006) Enter Month DAY (1-31)  Enter Day HOURS (00-23)  Enter Hours (24 hour clock) MINUTES (0-59)  Enter Minutes To go to the next menu, press NO again. (Press NO to move to the next Menu)
35 Page F4 Omit Zones Some of your doors may rarely be used. Opening them, even with Euro-MERiDIAN Unset, may be designed to cause an alarm. If you need to open these doors you can omit them from the system as shown below. (Only zones of tamper and day alarm type can be omitted this way, as set up by your alarm installing company). Omit Zones [--] Enter the zone number you wish to omit. Omit Zones  FIRE DOORS To reinstate zones simply key in the number again. Omit Zones [--] Press No when your selection is complete Noteiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Zones omitted while UNSET will NOT be omitted when you SET the system. See page E3 for more information on omitting zones.
36 Changing or adding PIN Codes/Tags Page F5 A record should be kept as shown on Page G2 CHANGE CODES? Change User Codes? (Press NO to move to the next Menu) (Press NO to programme the Master Manager Code) Turn to the next page to continue to programme user codes. Change Master Manager Code? (Press NO to move to the next menu) The Master Manager Code can only be changed by the Master Manager. Turn to the next page to continue to programme the Master Manager Code.
37 Page F6 Changing or adding new PIN codes/tags Euro-MERiDIAN identifies each user by a different User Number. Eg John would be user 01 Jane would be user 02 etc. USER NUMBER  Now key in the User Number whose PIN code/tag you wish to add or change. Key in the new 4,5 or 6 digit PIN code you require or present the new Tag. To delete a code or Tag press C. ENTER USER CODE [****] Euro-MERiDIAN will not allow you to programme in codes that are already in use by the system. Standard users can only edit their own code. Managers can only programme new users with access to the same areas as he/she has access. Note: EN Grade 3 alarm systems will only accept 5 or 6 digit codes, or tags
38 Changing or adding PIN Codes/Tags Page F7 User Type (User)  Choose the level of authority the code-holder is allowed. User cannot access Manager Menu. Manager can use Manager Menu. (Use B & D keys to make your choice). User Areas [A ] Using the A B C D keys, choose the areas you wish to be controlled by the code-holder. (Managers may not give other users access to areas he himself cannot access) User Set Option Unset/Set  Choose the limits you wish to place on the code-holders actions. Set & Unset, Set only, Unset only, choose None if the Tag is only for Access or Ward control. (Use B & D keys to make your choice)
39 Page F8 Changing or adding PIN codes/tags Flexi-Set gives you the opportunity to choose the areas you require to set when you use your PIN code or Tag. If you do not choose Flexi-Set your Code/Tag will simply set the areas assigned without offering you the opportunity to choose. For simplicity of use, choose NO Flexi Set Yes  Flexi Set No  Flexi Set Yes  (Make your choice with the B and D keys) Systems installed to Grade 2 requirements must have 10,000 code differs. Systems installed to Grade 3 requirements have must 100,000 code differs. Tags have 2.8 thousand billion differs (16 12 ). There are no disallowed codes.
40 Changing or adding PIN Codes/Tags Page F9 Assign Codes to Readers If you do not have Access Control or Wards, go to page F10. (Press NO to move to next menu) Wards Access Wards Access  Stores Door To assign a Tag to Access Control Readers, or a Ward Reader Enter the Reader Numbers required. To cancel a reader from the list, Key in the number again. When you have completed the list, press NO again to go to the next menu.
41 Page F10 Changing or adding new PIN Codes/Tags Using the numeric keys, you can enter a user name, similar to typing a text message on a mobile phone. Use 0 key for space. The A B C D keys on the keypad are used as follows: A capital letters B moves cursor left C Clears Character, creates a space D Cursor moves right eg to write Ben simply press the 2 key twice A key for capital D move cursor right 3 key twice D move cursor right 6 key twice Press Yes When you have finished and wish to go to the next menu, press NO.
42 Review History Log Page F11 REVIEW LOG? (Press NO to move to the next menu) Panel Log? To advance through the logs: Date & Time <EVENT> Press D For added information: <Area Involved> <User Involved> Press C To move backward to previous events: Press B To stop review: Press NO To move to the next menu, press NO again.
43 Page F12 Review History Log If Access Control Facility is in use, a separate log is available dedicated to events using this function. Follow the same procedure as described on page F11, but press NO to choose between PANEL LOG and ACCESS LOG. Access Control is available if your panel is fitted with an MSX-76 or MSX-280 card.
44 SMS Phone Book Page F13 PHONEBOOK? (Press NO to move to the next Menu) SMS Numbers  Use the D key to scroll to which SMS telephone number you wish to change (1-4). Mobile No _ Using the numeric keys, type in the new telephone number (do not leave any spaces). You can move the cursor back with the B key and forward with the D key. Use the C key to delete a character. SMS Numbers  Select the next mobile telephone number you wish to change, or Press NO to move to the next menu.
45 Page F14 Walk Test (Press NO to move to the next Menu) WALK TEST? Choose the area(s) you wish to test by pressing the appropriate ABCD keys. Walk Test Zone Front Door All detectors waiting to be tested will scroll in the display. Walk around the building and trigger all of the detectors. The system will chime each time a detector responds. When all detectors have been activated and are working, the display will show Walk Test Completed. To move to the next menu, press No. Walk Test Completed WALK TEST?
46 Testing your Alarm Sounders Page F15 SIREN TEST? (Press NO to move to the next menu) Testing Siren Siren will sound, Strobe will flash SIREN TEST? Press NO to move to next menu.
47 Page F16 Test CHC Communications Your system may have been configured to send messages to a mobile telephone. If so, the system will call the appropriate messaging bureau and forward the message to your mobile telephone whenever an even occurs that is important to you. Message calls are charged at the normal network rate current at the time of the call. The fee for routine checking is collected automatically via a premium rate number when the Euro-MERiDIAN makes its regular authorisation and routing call to the messaging computer. Should this call fail, the display will show CHC Test Fail until the next time that the call is made successfully (see next page for making test calls to the CHC). This acts as a reminder that SMS Message signalling may not be operational, but will not interfere with this, or any other aspect of the alarm system. If you wish to change the information sent to your mobile telephone, or the mobile telephone number, please contact your alarm system installation company.
48 Test CHC Communications Page F17 It is recommended that this test is only undertaken under the supervision of your alarm installation engineer. TEST CHC COMMUNICATIONS? Press NO to move to the next menu ( to make the test (under the direction of an alarm engineer), the test call will be via a premium rate number) Press Y if using PABX or N if not Testing to CHC. Please Wait If your alarm panel is connected to an internal telephone network (PABX system) which requires a 9 for an outside line, press YES, otherwise press NO. Test sent to CHC Test Complete Once test is complete, press YES.
49 Page F18 Dial Out Menu Your alarm system may be configured so that you can control the system via a PC. If you wish to continue DIAL OUT MENU? (Press NO to move to the next menu) Use the D key to select the required PC from the list (1-4) and Press Yes. Use the D key to select the operation you require: Upload Logs: View the system history on your PC, where it can be searched and printed. Diagnostics: Sends electrical and diagnostic data to your PC where it can be printed if needed. Select PC to dial  Select Operation Upload Logs  Select Operation Diagnostics  Calling Remote PC The Euro-One panel does not have options to choose which PC it will dial, it will automatically call PC 1.
50 Block Allow Up/download Engineer Menu Page F21 F19 ALLOW ENGINEER MENU? When your alarm installation engineer comes to your premises for a maintenance visit or to correct a fault after an alarm he will require access to the programming of the system. Allow Engr Menu? Yes  Use B & D keys to make your choice. After the engineer has finished on site, you may return this setting to NO.
51 Page F20 Block Remote set Your alarm system may be configured so that your alarm installation company or company manager can set or unset the system remotely via PC. Should you wish to block this access you can do so through this menu. BLOCK REMOTE SET? Make your choice with the B and D keys. Block Remote Set No 
52 Page F21 Block Up/download BLOCK UDL? ENTER ANTI- CODE? If you wish that your alarm company can only dial into your system with their PC whilst their engineer is on site, this can be set up through the Block UDL menu. Anti-Code Restore (note, this item will ONLY appear if engineer restore is required and will appear first in the user menu) Your Alarm Receiving Centre or Alarm Installation Company may permit you to reset the system without an engineer present. Eng Restore Required G15234 Enter your Code [ ] You will be required to quote this 6-digit code by telephone (advise them that the system is a Castle Euro-MERiDIAN). You will then be given a special code which will reset the system for that one occasion only. After entering the correct anticode you may continue using your system normally.
53 Page F22 User Programmable Functions Persons holding Manager codes to Euro-MERiDIAN have access to the following programming options: Set Date & Time (page F2) Change User Codes (page F5) Change Mobile Telephone Numbers (page F13) Allow Engineer Access (page F19) Inhibit (omit) Zones from the system (page F3) Allow Remote Set (page F20) To do so, press D and enter your Manager PIN code or Tag. Every user has access to the following programming options: Change his own code (page F5) Allow Remote Set (page F20) Allow Engineer Access (page F19) To do so, press D and enter your User PIN code or Tag.
54 Menu Exit Page F23 EXIT MANAGER MENU? To exit from Manager Menu and return to normal mode. If you wish to select any of the Manager Menu items again press the NO key until your choice is displayed (see F2).
55 Page G1 Service Information We are sure that you will be delighted with your Euro-MERiDIAN Alarm installation. For your personal reference here is a record of the relevant service information. Service Company Date of Installation Day Month Year Site Reference 24hr Service Number Tel: Keyholders Name Panel Type Name Tel: Tel: Software Version Installed to Grade Environmental Class 2 (See below) Euro-ONE panels are suitable for use in installations designed to meet the requirements of Grade 2, Euro-ONE PLUS and MSX upgraded panels meet the requirements of Grade 3. External set/unset readers and access control readers meet the requirements of environmental class 4.
56 User Codes Page G2 Warning: This information should be removed from the manual and stored in a secure location. Photocopy this page if you have more users. No. Name Type Areas Attributes FlexiSet Access Reader 00 John Manager ABCD Set/Unset NO 1 2 8
57 Page G3 Disclaimer Euro-MERiDIAN includes the facility to send electronic signals to an Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC), and also to send SMS text messages to mobile telephones. Alarm, etc. signals may be transmitted via a PSTN link, using a variety of formats, to suitable receiving equipment located at the premises of an independently operated Alarm Receiving Centre. Provision is also made for the use of third-party device to transmit signals to an Alarm Receiving Centre by means of the PSTN, GSM, IP or other network. The SMS facility uses a PSTN connection to a special SMS Centre, where the information is transferred to the GSM network for delivery to the client's designated mobile telephone(s). The SMSC services are provided by GSM network operators or other reputable companies, whose operation is outside of the control or influence of Castle Care-Tech Ltd. Castle Control Panels have an embedded premium rate telephone number that is used to contact a Castle host computer prior to commissioning, in order to download the SMSC details and appropriate call routing authorisation. The control panel will continue to contact this CHC at regular intervals, to verify the operation and update and confirm the routing information and authorisation as appropriate. The charge for this service is raised by the use of the "premium rate" telephone number. Please check with your installer for exact charges. Whilst we will use our best endeavours to resolve any issues relating to these uses of equipment manufactured by us, Castle Care-Tech are in no way responsible for the operation of the PSTN or other transmission media, the Alarm Receiving Centre or the SMSC - or for the end-to-end security and delivery of information and messages involved.
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