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CCU 6225 Manual

 

CK Security Products

GSM Alarm System RCA04

Alarm system with remote control via GSM mobile phone

 

 

·        Safeguards your home, offices, garages, cottage, warehouses, boats and cars.

·        Permit limited access from any one of eight phone numbers

·        Eight analog/digital inputs, analog inputs have adjustable voltage trigger levels.

·        Control of the built-in relays and outputs during analog phone connection using DTMF signals and SMS text messaging, all commands are acknowledged by the system.

·        Receive Voice and/or SMS notification regarding the status of any function of the system.

 

·        Record your own voice commands relative to system functions.

·        Numerous configuration/setups available for inputs and output relays.

·        Notification of external power fault or discharged  battery.

·        Built-in charger for reserve battery.

·        Built-in reader for keypad or touch pad applications both for arming/disarming system and identification of individual users.

·        Configurable ARM input for arming/disarming.

 

 

 

 

 

 

User Guide

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Contents

1. Introduction.......................................................................................................... 5

1.1. Accessories Supplied.................................................................................... 5

1.2. Words and sentences used in the operating instructions.......................... 5

1.3. Warning........................................................................................................... 6

2. Main features........................................................................................................ 7

2.1. Functions......................................................................................................... 7

2.2. Technical features.......................................................................................... 9

2.3. Elements GSM of controller RCA04........................................................... 10

2.4. Mounting Template...................................................................................... 11

3. Operating modes and indicators................................................................... 13

3.1. DISARM Mode.............................................................................................. 13

3.2. ARM Mode........................................................................................................

3.3. Change into ARM mode............................. Error! Bookmark not defined.        13

3.5. Check GSM Signal strength............................................................................

4. Parameters setup.............................................................................................. 15

4.1. General parameters of system................................................................... 15

4.2. Connections.................................................................................................. 17

4.3. Clock and test message.............................................................................. 18

4.4. Power supply and indication....................................................................... 19

4.5. Input "ARM".................................................................................................. 21

4.6. Inputs............................................................................................................. 22

4.7. Outputs.......................................................................................................... 26

5. Dialing, the voice notification and DTMF control........................................ 28

5.1. The voice notification................................................................................... 28

5.2. DTMF control with voice help...................................................................... 28

6. Use SMS for controlling RCA04..................................................................... 31

6.1. Commands of controlling RCA04............................................................... 31

6.2. Rules of preparation of command text messages……………………………...Error! Bookmark not defined.

6.3. The detailed description of commands...................................................... 33

       6.3.1. Switch on/switch off of output/relay "ON, OFF".................................. 33

       6.3.2. Request of a status of inputs or outputs "?"....................................... 34

6.3.3. ARM command change to ARM mode, ............................................. 34

6.3.4. DISARM command Change to DISARM mode,................................. 34

6.3.5. TEST command, send a test message.............................................. 35

6.3.6. LISTEN activate an external microphone,.......................................... 35

6.3.7. SETTIME command Date, Time Setup............................................... 35

6.3.8. Setup of time of sending of the test message, TTIME command.... 36

    6.4. Messages formed by RCA04..................................................................... 37

6.4.1. Detection of an active level on any enabled input............................. 38

6.4.2. External power supply Failure.............................................................. 38

6.4.3. Discharge of battery event................................................................... 38

6.4.4. The test message at time or in reply to TEST command.................. 38

6.4.5. Acknowledgement of performance of commands............................. 39

7. Connecting of the RCA04................................................................................ 40

7.1. Connection of an external microphone and phone.................................. 40

7.2. Connection of sensors................................................................................ 40

7.2.1. Sensors, common concepts................................................................ 40

7.2.2. Connection of passive sensors........................................................... 41

7.2.3. Connection of active sensors.............................................................. 42

7.3. Connection of loading to the relay.............................................................. 44

7.4. Sharing of an input and the relay............................................................... 45

7.5. Connection of button "ARM" and external led "ARM".............................. 45

7.6. Connection of a power supply and the reserve battery........................... 46

7.7. The order of switching on of the device..................................................... 46

8. Manufacturers Warranty.................................................................................. 47

 

 


1. Introduction

This manual is designed to help you get the maximum usage from your GSM Alarm system/controller RCA04. We have tried to make these instructions easy to understand, and with the minimum description. Before operating the unit, please read this manual carefully, and retain it for future reference. Technical support is generally available from the company where you purchased your RCA04. Alternatively, help is available at http://www.cksecurityproducts.com or e-mail: sales@cksecurityproducts.com

1.1. Supplied accessories

Please check that you have the following parts supplied with your GSM Alarm system RCA04.

ü  GSM alarm unit RCA04;

ü  Software for programming RCA04.EXE (supplied    on floppy disk 3,5);

ü    Software for programming voice messages “VoiceMsgProg.exe” supplied on floppy disk, or download free from  http://rads.tula.net.

ü       Power adapter AC220V 50Hz / DC12V 0,5A (only in set H1 and H2);

ü    Programming cable RCA03 for Personal Computer (zero-modem) (only in set H1 and A1).

1.2. Words and sentences used in the operating instructions

SMS – means “short message service” or “Text message”. Text messaging is available on almost all networks. Often abbreviations SM used as "send SM message", "send reminder on SM" or "quantity of SM". All commands are in English which makes it easier to program the system.

Power Failure –In the case of external power failure, or if the battery is not holding it’s charge.

Signal text massage – SM This is used to indicate the status of individual sensors or the status of the system of the system. These messages can be directed to individual or groups of users from the telephone list.

Dial – This is used when the RCA04, connects to subscribers from the list, for sending voice messages.

Voice messages a pre recorded message giving a verbal notification regarding the status of the system.

Listening to the ambient noise. The owner of the system can send a text message from their mobile phone (Password, Listen) to the system. After connecting you receive a voice message confirming you are in listening mode, an external microphone is activated in the system. There is no time limit in this mode. When you have finished listening disconnect the call.

Name – pseudonym – is a personalized word used by the owner in naming the relay outputs and inputs when programming or making inquires about the system using SMS text messaging. Name-pseudonym makes your message recognizable by the unit. Before operating the unit, the user must set-up the names-pseudonyms on the inputs and outputs of the unit.

1.3. Warning

Once you switch on the RCA04 all messages on your SIM card will be erased.

 

If the PIN-code entered in the controller when you are programming the system, does not coincide with the PIN-code of the SIM, being used, the system will register an incorrect attempt. After three incorrect attempts the SIM will be blocked.

To unblock a temporarily blocked SIM you need to place the system SIM in an ordinary mobile phone and then key in the PUK Code (8 fig.). After 10 incorrect  attempts the SIM will be permanently blocked .

 

 

 


 

 

2. Main features

The GSM alarm system RCA04 is a versatile system for remote control or for use as an alarm system. The RCA04 can be controlled using SMS or DTMF, it can also be used to control functions automatically, for example if an input is valid, the system can automatically switch one of the relays to operate another item eg. If a boat is taking in water, and a float sensor is activated, the system can automatically start the Bilge pump and notify the boat owner that this has happened. The outputs on the system are either relay or open collector out.

2.1. Functions

·        Versatile programming to allow limited access from any one of eight phone numbers. The RCA04 can store a list of eight phone numbers, the system can be programmed to allow any one number, or a number of these stored numbers, can have access to any of the functions of the system. Access to the system can be limited to specific numbers on the list. It is also possible to contact any number of the numbers on the list, either by voice or SMS, in the event of an activation

 

·        Configuring the “ARM” input using any of the following parameters:

The system can be “ARMED” or “DISARMED” : using a pulse, voltage level or Touch pad;

It is also possible to set a delay for arming the system after receiving a pulse or activation from a touch pad or key pad, to allow someone to exit or enter a building, before the system is fully activated or deactivated.

     The Key Pad or Touch Pad can be used to identify the user when they are accessing the system and to send either the users name, or an identifying code, in SMS, to specified numbers.

     This allows the RCA04 to be used in conjunction with existing systems.

 

·        Controlling by DTMF signals, with voice confirmation of performance.

     This facility allows users to operate the system using a DTMF phone, and using a         DTMF key pad, the user receives voice acknowledgement for each instruction, and this is similar to using a mobile phone. Each session begins with entering the password, this password is checked with the phone numbers on the phone list. This prevents the system being used by a person who is not on the phone list.

 

 

 

 

 

·           Controlling by using SMS in dialog mode with confirmation.

The RCA04 has a number of commands to control different functions within the system. Names-pseudonyms are given to Inputs and outputs. The user can form a text message, using one of the commands or names programmed into the system. Every command message begins with a password. The RCA04 can be programmed to acknowledge all messages, the user can then be confident that the system has received his instructions.

 

·           Announce by using SMS.

The RCA04 will send a text message, if it has discovered an active level on any of the inputs or if a system fault occurs (external power fault etc).

 

·           Signal voice message at voice connection.

 The RCA04 dials specified numbers and forms the voice messages corresponding to an event, if the active level occurs on any of the inputs, or if a power failure occurs, one of the inputs can also be used as an anti tamper indication, in which case the owner receives either a text or voice message indicating that the system has been tampered with. After listening to the message the voice message can be stopped and the system will revert to control mode this enables the user to send commands to the system.

·           Test message

  These “Test” messages are intended for periodic testing of the system. The system can be programmed to “self test” up to four times daily. The system will automatically form voice and-or SMS messages informing the user about the status of the system.

 

·           Listen to Ambient noise

This can be initiated by sending a command via SMS or DTMF to the RCA04. The RCA04 will establish voice connection with owner, the system will then relay the ambient noise in a specified room via an external microphone.

 

·           Numerous permutations of inputs and outputs.

 If the inputs are changed to active or passive condition these can in turn activate either of the relays or other outputs depending on how the system is programmed. “ARM” or “DISARM” mode could also be used to change a relay condition. The relay’s can be used in different configurations.

 

·           Naming sensors.

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