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1 Firmware version: 1.10 Issue: 7 AUTODIALER GD30.2 Instruction Manual Firmware version: Issue: 0.6 Version of the GPRS transmitters configurator: Date of issue:

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 INTRODUCTION BASIC FUNCTIONS AND APPLICATIONS FUNCTIONAL AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS DESCRIPTION OF THE DEVICE SIGNALING WITH THE LED INDICATORS DESCRIPTION OF THE TERMINALS BATTERY AND SIM CARD OPERATION DEVICE OPERATING CONDITIONS ARMING Armed mode Disarming Disarmed mode Displaying the GSM network mode Alarm mode THE MENU PANEL OPERATION Installer Setup Installer Setup -> Access Installer Setup -> Watchdog Installer Setup -> Phones & notif Installer Setup -> Inputs/Outputs Installer Setup -> SMS Installer Setup -> Users Installer Setup -> Voice Installer Setup -> GSM & GPRS Installer Setup -> Data and Time Installer Setup -> Technical Info Administrator Setup Administrator Setup -> Date and Time Administrator Setup -> Users User Setup User Setup -> Change password...26 Page 2 of 26

3 1 INTRODUCTION The GD30.2 device is a connection between the alarm control panel and the GSM dialer system, with a loudspeaker, a microphone, a display and a keyboard attached. Equipped with the speaker and the microphone, the device makes it possible to record short voice messages. It is possible to record four voice messages up to 8 seconds to each of the messages. The device has eight inputs informing about emergency situations to which any sensors, such as sensors of temperature, movement or smoke and etc. can be connected. It is possible to divide inputs into partitions and assign each of them two different voice information. Thanks to the incorporated GSM dialer, in case of an alarm signal, the device can dial a prior saved telephone number and, after getting connected, play the voice message assigned to that specific alarm signal. To make sure that the message was listened to, a recipient will be asked to confirm it by pressing an appropriate button on the telephone keypad. Irrespective of the summary of the voice calls the device can send an SMS message of any specified content on the mobile phone numbers. GD30.2 makes it possible to save 9 telephone numbers for making the voice calls (and sending SMS messages). The device setup can be done via the built-in keyboard and a display as well as remotely via SMS or CSD. Page 3 of 26

4 2 BASIC FUNCTIONS AND APPLICATIONS Security - The GPRS transmit ion functions enables the device to communicate with the monitoring station. This will provide greater sense of security e.g. while staying abroad. Control - Thanks to division into two zones the device is as functional as a simple alarm control panel. This helps the preliminary identification of a source of the alarm signals as well as better control while you are away. Supervision - A radio monitoring function allows for calling the number of your device at any time of the day and checking what is going on in the room. This function is useful when verifying false alarms, but also for monitoring children or animals left at home. Page 4 of 26

5 3 FUNCTIONAL AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Technical specifications of GD30.2 Transmission The number of the voice messages The maximum duration of the voice message The number of the dialed telephone numbers The maximum length of the dialed number Voice / SMS / GPRS* *option available only with server OSM (Zone 1, Zone 2, Tamper, 24h input) 8 seconds 9 31 digits Inputs 8 The number of partitions Types of the inputs Outputs Power supply Emergency power supply (battery) Display (alphanumeric) Visual signaling Sound signaling Possibility of listening Keypad Selection of the GSM provider Monitoring the strength of the GSM signal Configuration Installation Dimension Weight 2 (functionality of a simple alarm control panel) NO / NC / EOL / 2EOL / Analog (PT-100)* *optional 3 (2x OC, 1x relay outputs) 15 VDC, 11 VAC Ni-MH 9,6 V, 850 ma LCD, 2 lines x 16 characters. Shows the status of arming, the strength of the GSM signal, connection failure, indicates any interference or trigger of an input. 4 LED indicators (ARMED, SYSTEM, READY, POWER) The built-in speaker to play the message and generate tones. YES Silicone, 4 x 4 (16 buttons) Automatic or manual YES If using the services of a virtual GSM provider it is possible to select a provider with the best level of the signal. Configuration via the keypad and the built-in display and the PC software by a service cable or remotely (OSM 2007). Only for inside installation in clean, dry places. 235 x 170 x 45 mm 787 g Page 5 of 26

6 4 DESCRIPTION OF THE DEVICE 4.1 SIGNALING WITH THE LED INDICATORS MICROPHONE LED INDICATORS The device shows its current status by the LED indicators installed on the front panel. LED indicator Activated Flashing Deactivated ARMED The device is armed Arming of the device SYSTEM The device works correctly System failure READY POWER The device is ready for being armed Power supply works correctly The device is disarmed Activated inputs in the disarmed mode Low power supply voltage or a power failure Page 6 of 26

7 4.2 DESCRIPTION OF THE TERMINALS TERMINALS Wire connections should be done carefully to avoid short circuits or breaks in the circuits. Connection points should be protected from the atmospheric conditions. Terminal AC/-, AC/+ GND IN1 to IN6 IN7 to IN8 OUT1 to OUT2 NC, C TMP, TMP SERVICE CABLE Description of the connection Two terminals for connecting power supply 11 VAC or 15 VDC. Ground of the device, shared by the remaining inputs and outputs Signal inputs (NO, NC, EOL, 2EOL NC, 2EOL NO) to which e.g. the detector points can be connected. There is one GND terminal for all the inputs. Signal inputs (Analogue, NO, NC, EOL, 2EOL NC, 2EOL NO) to which e.g. the Pt100 converter can be connected (depending on the version of the device). There is one GND terminal for all the inputs. Tamper output OC type. The output can control an external device. Relay outputs. The C terminal is a terminal which, at the moment of the output activation, is disconnected from the NC terminal. The relay output (NC) duplicating the tamper operation. The GD30 Service Module programmer input. Page 7 of 26

8 4.3 BATTERY AND SIM CARD At the rear part of the device, there is a space for the battery and the SIM card. To install the SIM card, open the lid, remove the battery and then use a thin object (eg. a pen) to press the ejector lever and pull out the guide card. After installing the SIM card insert the guide card, and then connect the battery and close the battery lid Page 8 of 26

9 5 OPERATION 5.1 DEVICE OPERATING CONDITIONS ARMING The device can be armed by entering the user's code and then pressing the ARM button. If there are more than one security zones available, then you should select a zone you need to arm. This can be done with the buttons 1 or 2. Choose part.: [1] [2] At the time of arming the LCD display shows the information "Arming..." To interrupt the arming, enter the user's code and then press the DISARM button. Arming... GSM:_ Armed mode In the armed mode the device will be displaying the armed zones, the date and the time of the device and the level of the GSM signal Disarming The device can be disarmed by entering the user's code and then pressing the DISARM button. If there are more than one security zones available, then you should select a zone you need to disarm using the 1 or 2 buttons Disarmed mode [1][2] GSM:_ :00 Choose part.: [1] [2] In the disarmed mode the device will be displaying the armed zones, the date and the time of the device and the level of the GSM signal. GSM:_ :00 Page 9 of 26

10 5.1.5 Displaying the GSM network mode The device informs the user about the mode of connection to the GSM network by showing the information in the right top corner of the LCD display. GSM network connected - the signal level is shown with the appropriate number of the vertical bars. GSM:_ :00 The GSM network is disconnected GSM OFF! : Alarm mode Enabling the alarm makes the device instantly send the text messages and voice notifications to the saved phone numbers. First, the text messages are sent and then the machine starts connecting for voice notifications. During a voice call, the device will wait until the confirmation button is pressed to confirm that the message was listened to. The device acknowledges receiving the DTMF code by sending a short sound signal and then ends the call. When the alarm is detected, the device will immediately start the alarm procedure. If at this time, another input is affected, the device will inform the user about it after the completion of the procedure for the first alarm. If the tamper disturbance is detected, the device will notify the user (if the phone number is programmed for such a case) about a possible tampering in the armed or disarmed mode. The notifications on the input disturbances can be deleted from the LCD display by pressing the ESCAPE button in the disarmed mode. Signaling the inputs disturbance: Signaling the tamper disturbance in the armed or disarmed mode. [TMP] GSM:_ [1][2] GSM:_ [TMP] Signaling the input disturbance from 1 to 5 in the armed or disarmed mode. [12345] GSM:_ [1][2] GSM:_ [12345] Page 10 of 26

11 Signaling the tamper and the input disturbance from 1 to 5 in the armed and disarmed modes. [TMP12345] GSM:_ [1][2] GSM:_ [TMP12345] 5.2 THE MENU PANEL OPERATION To enter the GD30.2 internal setup, type the appropriate code (installer's, administrator's or the user's code) and then press the SETUP button. To navigate through the menu use the buttons 2-, 8-, 4- and 6-. Use the and buttons to navigate further through the submenu. View the submenu folders using the buttons (previous submenu item) and (next submenu item). To enter the function, press the # button. Exit the menu by pressing the ESCAPE button. All functions are validated and stored in the internal memory after pressing the SETUP button. Pressing the ESCAPE button will cancel the changes and switch back to menu. While editing an SMS or a phone number, the current position of the entered character is indicated with a blinking cursor. To delete the previous character press the * button Installer Setup To enter the menu, enter the installer's code and press the SETUP button Installer Setup -> Access Access ( ) Conn. Setup ( ) GPRS mode ( OK.-# ) Depending on the user preferences, the device can operate in 1 of the 4 modes: GPRS & SMS, SMS, GPRS, Serverless. GPRS test ( OK.-# ) The device transmits, with the specified interval, the "Test" signal, which informs the monitoring station that the device is working. In this box you should specify the number of seconds (frequency) in which the notification will be sent. SMS mode after ( OK.-# ) This parameter determines the number of attempts to connect to the server. If, during the attempts to connect fail, then the device having no more repeats available, will switch to the SMS mode. In this mode, the device will keep trying to connect to the server, according to the interval defined in the GPRS test submenu. Page 11 of 26

12 SMS test ( OK.-# ) This function works the same way as for the GPRS test. This applies to the cases of GPRS transmission problems. When the device automatically switches to the SMS mode (this also refers to the operation only in the SMS mode). It is not recommended to send test in the SMS form as much as by using the GPRS transmission. This parameter allows to significantly extend the interval between the tests (time in minutes) or to block this option completely. Server number ( OK.-#) If the server application (e.g. OSM. 2007) has the GSM modem connected, you should type its number here. The SMS messages are going to the sent to this number when the transmitter has problems with the GPRS transmission. When this box is left clear or "0" is typed, the transmitter will operate only in the GPRS mode. GPRS ( ) APN params ( ) APN name ( OK.-# ) This parameter depends on the GSM network provider, whose services you are going to use. It specifies the name of the access point to the GPRS network. It is possible to get a private access point. In this case, the name of the access point will be given by the relevant GSM network provider. Press SETUP to exit. Username ( OK.-# ) Signs left: 24 INTERNET APN user name. When using the public APN it is usually not required. If you have a private APN, you should ask your provider for this parameter (you need this parameter to get an access to the GPRS network). Press SETUP to exit. Password ( OK.-# ) Password for APN. When using the public APN it is usually not required. If you have a private APN, you should ask your provider for this parameter (you need this parameter to get an access to the GPRS network). Press SETUP to exit. Primary DNS ( OK.-# ) Identifies the address of the primary DNS (Press SETUP to exit. Signs left: Page 12 of 26

13 Secondary DNS ( OK.-#) Identifies the address of the secondary DNS (the domain name system) Press SETUP to exit. Main server ( ) IP address ( OK.-# ) It is an IP address of the monitoring system receiver (OSM. 2007) or a computer which has the "Communication Server" software installed, e.g This address can be given in a form of the domain name of the server, e.g. modul.gprs.com. In this case, at least one DNS sever address will be required. Press SETUP to exit. Signs left: Signs left: 18 MODUL.GPRS.COM Port ( OK.-# ) Specifies the server port that has been designed in a server to receive data from the transmitter. Press SETUP to exit. Port: 6932 Reconnect period ( OK.-# ) The device that has been programmed and equipped with a SIM card will attempt to automatically connect to the server. At this point, we define a time interval (in seconds) after which the connection attempt will be retried if the previous failed. Press SETUP to exit. Attempts no. ( OK.-#) Reconnect period 70 Determine the number of times the device will attempt to connect to the server. In the case of further failures, the device, upon completion of the specified number of attempts, will initiate a procedure of connecting to the secondary server. This option is enabled only when the parameters of the secondary server have been defined. Press SETUP to exit. Attempts no.: 0 Sec. Server ( ) IP address ( OK.-# ) Page 13 of 26

14 Port ( OK.-# ) Reconnect period. ( OK.-# ) Attempts no. ( OK.-# ) Disc. Time ( OK.-#) The device will disconnect with the secondary server after the predefined (in seconds) period of time. If this option is enabled, the device will attempt to connect to the primary server. If the option is disabled, the device will first complete the procedure of connecting to the secondary server, and if that fails, it will attempt connecting to the primary server. Press SETUP to exit. Disc. Time: 0 Access ( ) SIM PIN ( OK.-# ) This function allows you to change the PIN code (default 1234) of the device which is needed to log on the SIM card. To change the PIN code, you must run the device without a SIM card, to prevent its blocking The maximum length of the PIN code is 8 digits. Press SETUP to exit. SIM PIN: 1111 Password ( OK.-# ) This function allows for changing the installer's code. Default value: To delete a character, press the * button. Press SETUP to exit. Change password: 1234 Change language ( OK.-#) This function allows you to select the device menu language. Scroll the list of the available languages by pressing the 4 and 6 buttons. Press SETUP to exit. Change language: English > Change language: < Polski Page 14 of 26

15 Installer Setup -> Watchdog Watchdog ( ) GSM ( ) Period ( OK.-# ) This parameter specifies how long after the loss of connection the transmitter will perform the activities in order to regain the connection. Press SETUP to exit. Period [m]: 0 Actions ( OK.-#) This function allows you to specify what actions should be performed by the device to regain a connection. There are two possibilities to choose from: GD30.2 (reset of the device) and/ or MODEM (reset of the modem). Press the 2/8 button to ON/OFF. Scroll the list by pressing the 4 and 6 buttons. Press SETUP to exit. Actions: GD30.2: OFF > Actions: < MODEM: ON GPRS ( ) Period ( OK.-# ) Actions ( OK.-#) Installer Setup -> Phones & notif. Phones & notif. Phones ( ) Phone number 1 9 ( ) Define number ( OK.-# ) Saving a new or editing an existing phone number for sending notifications. To delete a character, press the * button. Press SETUP to exit. Define number: Page 15 of 26

16 Name ( OK.-# ) Adding description to the phone number. To delete a character, press the * button. Press SETUP to exit. Signs left: 11 NAME Voice triggers ( OK.-# ) Assigning the inputs triggering the sending of a voice message to the phone number. Press the 2/8 button to ON/OFF. Scroll the list by pressing the 4 and 6 buttons. Press SETUP to exit. Voice triggers: PART 1: ON > SMS triggers ( OK.-#) Assigning the inputs triggering the sending of an SMS message to the phone number. Press the 2/8 button to ON/OFF. Scroll the list by pressing the 4 and 6 buttons. Press SETUP to exit. SMS triggers: < #3: OFF > Voice conf. ( ) Attempt no. ( OK.-# ) Specifies the number of attempts to connect with the emergency telephone number. Press SETUP to exit. Attempt no.: 3 Message repeats ( OK.-# ) Specifies the number of message repeats during each call. Voice messages will be played a certain number of times or until the appropriate button is pressed to confirm the receipt of the message. Press SETUP to exit. Message repeats: 5 Page 16 of 26

17 ACK key ( OK.-#) Specifies the button to be used to confirm the alarm message. Press SETUP to exit. ACK key: # SMS test conf. ( ) Test period ( OK.-#) This function specifies the duration between the test messages in hours (maximum duration period = 700 hours). Press SETUP to exit. Test period [h]: Installer Setup -> Inputs/Outputs Inputs/Outputs ( ) Inputs ( ) Input 1 8 ( ) Type ( OK.-# ) This parameter allows us to determine the stable condition of the input. Change of this status will activate sending of the alarm notification. The input can be of the type: NO / NC / EOL / 2EOL NC / 2EOL NO. Scroll the list by pressing the 4/ 6 buttons. Press SETUP to exit. Type: < 2EOL NC > Sensitivity ( OK.-# ) Input sensitivity in [ms]. This parameter indicates the minimum duration of a change in the input for the transmitter to be able to detect it. The factory setting of this parameter is 400 ms. Sensitivity [ms] 400 Mode ( OK.-# ) This parameter specifies how the inputs are to be read. There are three types of the inputs to choose from: Normal / Delayed / 24H. Press SETUP to exit. Mode: Normal > Page 17 of 26

18 Delay ( OK.-#) The value of the input activation delay given in seconds is set up when using the delayed input mode. Press SETUP to exit. Delay [s]: 0 Analog sett. Analog sett. ( ) (only for 7 and 8) Scheme ( OK.-# ) This function determines the analogue input schemes (Own, PT100-C, PT100-F) Threshold no. ( OK.-# ) The function sets the number of the alarm thresholds. Press 2 to increase the number or press 8 to decrease the number of the thresholds. Thresholds ( OK.-# ) Setting the alarm threshold values. Press 2/ 8 to increase/ to decrease the number of the thresholds. Scroll the list by pressing the 4/ 6 buttons. Press SETUP to exit. Thresholds: < 10.0 > Ranges ( OK.-#) Ranges: < 4.0 > Outputs ( ) Output 1 3 ( ) Triggers ( OK.-# ) The function assigns the inputs of the device that will activate the output. To add/delete an input, press the 2/8 buttons. Scroll the list of the inputs by pressing the 4/ 6 buttons. Press SETUP to exit. Triggers: TMP: OFF > Page 18 of 26

19 Enable time ( OK.-#) Number of seconds, defining how long output will be active after trigher. For 0 value, output will be active to disarm. Press SETUP to exit. Enable time: 0 Partitions ( ) Partition ( ) Inputs ( OK.-# ) Assigning the device inputs to a zone. To add/delete an input to a zone, press the 2/8 buttons. Scroll the list of the available inputs by pressing the 4 and 6 buttons. Press SETUP to exit. Exit time ( OK.-#) Inputs: < #3: OFF > The unit of time required to exit the zone. Press SETUP to exit. Exit time [s] Installer Setup -> SMS SMS ( ) Messages ( ) Input messages ( ) Tamper message ( OK.-# ) This function can store a text message to be sent in case of the input disturbance. Typing messages is similar to creating text messages in a GSM phone. To select a desired character, press each button a few times. To delete the last character, press the * button. Special characters: 1 - [space,.?!], 0 - [+] or # - [# *]. Press SETUP to exit. Signs left: 121 TAMPER Page 19 of 26

20 Input 1 8 ( OK.-# ) This function can store a text message to be sent at the moment of the input disturbance. Entering the message the same way as above. Partition msg. ( ) Partition 1 2 ( OK.-# ) This function can store a text message to be sent in case of the zone disturbance. Test message ( OK.-#) This function can store a text message to be sent during the device testing. Press SETUP to exit. Signs left: 123 TEST SMS Redirection ( ) Rule 1..5 ( ) Sender ( OK.-# ) A part of or a full phone number of the message sender which will be forwarded to the recipient. In extreme cases, a part of the character string may be empty which means ability to match any phone number. Press SETUP to exit. Sender: Receiver ( OK.-#) The phone number of the recipient of the forwarded message. Press SETUP to exit. Receiver: Page 20 of 26

21 Installer Setup -> Users Users ( ) Add user ( OK.-# ) Enter a new user's code. Confirmation of adding a user and his number is displayed. Press ESCAPE to exit. Enter new code: 1111 Added user: 2 Edit user ( ) Administrator ( ) Name ( OK.-# ) This function allows you to assign a name for the administrator. To delete a character, press the * button. Press SETUP to exit. Permissions ( OK.-#) This function allows you to edit the access permissions to the zones for the administrator. To add/delete an access permission, press the 2/8 buttons. Scroll the list of the zones by pressing the 4 and 6 buttons. Press SETUP to exit. User 2 10 ( ) Remove all ( OK.-#) Name ( OK.-# ) Permissions ( OK.-# ) Remove user ( OK.-#) The function deletes the selected user. Press the SETUP button to confirm the operation. Deleting a user does not change the numbering of the users' accounts. Deletes all the users except user 1. Press the SETUP button to confirm the operation. Page 21 of 26

22 Installer Setup -> Voice Voice ( ) Voice messages ( ) Partition 1 ( ) Play ( OK.-# ) Playing a recorded voice message. Press ESCAPE to exit. Playing... ### Record ( OK.-#) Recording a voice message. The progress bar shows the consumption of memory allocated to the message. To stop the recording of the voice message earlier, press SETUP. Saving the message is confirmed a long sound signal. Recording... ######## Partition 2 ( ) 24H Input ( ) Tamper ( ) Voice calls ( ) Dial number( OK.-# ) This function allows you to connect with the selected phone number. Press SETUP to make the connection. Press the ESCAPE button to disconnect. Dial number: Page 22 of 26

23 Bug phone no. ( OK.-# ) This function allows you to store a phone number for which the connection will be automatically received. This allows for calling the number of your device at any time of the day and checking what is going on in the room. Press SETUP to exit. Bug phone no.: Incoming calls ( ) Phone no ( OK.-# ) Installer Setup -> GSM & GPRS In this window, we can store a phone number which will be allowed to receive calls by the users. Press SETUP to exit. GSM & GPRS ( ) Show GSM oper. ( OK.-# ) The function displays a currently connected GSM provider and the signal level. Press ESCAPE to exit. Orange PL ########## Auto GSM select ( OK.-# ) This function automatically selects the best available GSM provider. If the modem is currently being started or does not have a SIM card, the message "Modem starting..." or "Check the SIM card!" will be displayed.. In this case, press the SETUP button and wait for a connection to the GSM network or check the SIM card. If there is no proper connection to the GSM network the device will scan the available GSM networks. Depending on the number of networks, the operation may take several minutes. During this time, the message "Please wait..." will be displayed. The call is made with the use of the best provider. Press ESCAPE to exit after confirming your choice of the provider. Man. GSM select ( OK.-#) This function allows you to manually select the GSM network provider. If the modem is currently being started or does not have a SIM card, the message "Modem starting..." or "Check the SIM card!" will be displayed.. In this case, press the SETUP button and wait for a connection to the GSM network or check the SIM card. In this case, press the SETUP button and wait for a connection to the GSM network or check the SIM card. If there is no proper connection the device will scan the available GSM networks. Depending on the number of networks, the operation may take several minutes. During this time, the message "Please wait..." will be displayed. After scanning, you can choose from a list of the GSM providers. Press SETUP to confirm the selected provider. The device will start connecting to the new network. After connecting, press the SETUP button to exit the function. Page 23 of 26

24 Installer Setup -> Data and Time Date and Time ( ) Change date ( OK.-# ) Changing the date at the device. Press SETUP to exit. Change date Change time ( OK.-#) Changing the time at the device. Press SETUP to exit. Change time 00: Installer Setup -> Technical Info Technical Info ( ) IMEI ( OK.-# ) Displays the IMEI number. Press ESCAPE to exit. Hardware ver. ( OK.-# ) Displays information about the hardware version. Press ESCAPE to exit. Firmware ver. ( OK.-# ) Displays information about the firmware. Press ESCAPE to exit. Serial no. ( OK.-#) Displays the device serial number. Press ESCAPE to exit. Page 24 of 26

25 5.2.2 Administrator Setup To enter the menu, enter the administrator's code and press the SETUP button Administrator Setup -> Date and Time Date and Time ( ) Change date ( OK.-# ) Change of the date in the device. Press SETUP to exit. Change time ( OK.-#) Change of the time in the device. Press SETUP to exit Administrator Setup -> Users Users ( ) Add user ( OK.-# ) Enter a new user's code. Confirmation of adding a user and his number is displayed. Press ESCAPE to exit. Edit user ( ) Administrator ( ) Name ( OK.-# ) This function allows you to assign a name for the administrator. To delete a character, press the * button. Press SETUP to exit. Permissions ( OK.-# ) This function allows you to edit the access permissions to the zones for the administrator. To add/ delete an access permission, press the 2/ 8 buttons. Scroll the list of the zones by pressing the 4 and 6 buttons. Press SETUP to exit. Change code ( OK.-#) This function allows you to change the administrator's code. To delete a character, press the * button. Press SETUP to exit. User 2 10 ( ) Name ( OK.-# ) Permissions ( OK.-# ) Page 25 of 26

26 Remove all ( OK.-#) Change code ( OK.-# ) Remove user ( OK.-#) The function deletes the selected user. Press the SETUP button to confirm the operation. Deleting a user does not change the numbering of the users' accounts. Deletes all the users except user 1. Press the SETUP button to confirm the operation User Setup To enter the menu, enter the user's code and press the SETUP button User Setup -> Change password Change password (OK.-#) This function allows you to change the user's code. To delete a character, press the * button. Press SETUP to exit. Change password: 4321 Page 26 of 26

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