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Catalogue excerpts

GSM-AUTO+ GSM Controller with Internal Power Supply User manual Thank you for purchasing our product. Please read this manual before starting to install the GSM-AUTO+. If you are unsure how to connect to the device you wish to control re

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GSM-AUTO+ CONTROLLER IMPORTANT! Please read through this instruction manual before you start to install and program the GSM-AUTO+. If you are unsure how to connect the device you wish to control refer to a qualified person. Description The GSM-AUTO+ is a wireless remote control on/off switch that connects to the GSM cell phone network. It has 2 independent relay switches, these can be programmed to switch on or off for a pre-determined length of time whenever the GSM-AUTO+ is called. The unit will recognise an authorised telephone number calling it and action the call without answering. Therefore,...

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Preparing the SIM card UPDATE: Vodafone PAYG SIM cards will no longer work. All new SIM cards have to be registered with the network provider before they can be used, usually by calling the network provider or registering on their website. Please refer to the instructions supplied with your SIM card. During the registration procedure a confirmation code or text message is usually sent to the SIM cards telephone number, to be able to read and react to the message you will need to insert the SIM card into an unlocked mobile phone. After successfully registering the SIM card, ensure there is sufficient...

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Please follow these steps closely, and be careful and gentle at all times. Gently slide the top away from you, into the unlocked The tray can now pivot, lift it slowly upwards Slide the SIM card into the slot and push to the bottom Tilt the tray back down to Slide the tray towards you so that it is back in the locked position Plug the cable provided into the mains and switch it on, the red power LED wil light indicating power is present, the blue network LED indicator will initially flash quickly, once logged onto the network it will flash more slowly approximately once every 3 to 4 seconds. It...

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Example connections Server 1 (main) connected to relay 1 When the GSM-AUTO is activated the relay contact will switch from the NC position to the NO position breaking the circuit and resetting the Server 2 (backup) connected to relay 2 When the GSM-AUTO is activated the relay contact will switch from the NC position to the NO position switching on the server A heater connected to relay 2 and a light to When the GSM-AUTO is activated the relay contact will switch from the NC position to the NO position thus making the circuit and the heater and light will be switched on Default settings The default...

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#PWD Password This command must always pre-fix any SMS text commands sent to the unit. #PWDXXXXXX where xxxxxx is the six digit password. The units default password is 123456 so initially #PWD123456 is entered before the command, of course when you change the password you will prefix all commands with the new password #CAP Changing the Password To change the password of the unit you use the #CAP Command and to change the password from the default 123456 to 121212 you would send the following SMS text message to the unit. #PWD123456#CAP121212#CAP121212 You will receive the following confirmation...

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#TEL Administrator List—continued Up to 8 Administrator numbers can be in the list and the numbers can contain up to 16 digits. If an administrator wishes to receive text messages whilst abroad prefix the number with the country code for example if a UK number +447827829595 To add 07827829595 to the administrator list you would send the following SMS text message to the unit. #PWD121212#TEL1=07827829595 You will receive the following confirmation from the unit TEL1=07827829595 To check all the administrator number in the list you would send the following S.M.S text message to the unit. #PWD121212#TEL?...

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#WHL White List This is the command for adding to the white list authorised telephone numbers that can activate the unit. By default the unit is set to open access mode and will be activated when it receives a call from any telephone number. When the authorised numbers have been added to the white list the unit should be set to secure access mode using the #ACM2 command. To add the number 07827829595 to the white list in position 1, you would send the following SMS text message to the unit. Note only enter the last 8 digits as shown. #PWD121212#WHL001=27829595 You will receive the following confirmation...

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#ACM Security Access Mode—continued To turn off the security access mode you would send the following SMS text message to the unit #PWD121212#ACM0 You will receive the following confirmation from the unit ACMOFF confirming the security access mode is switched off and open access mode is activated. #GOT Relay ON time This is the command that allows you to set the relay on times when the unit is called. The maximum time is 65,535 seconds. To set relay 1 to switch on for 15 minutes each time the unit is called, the following SMS text message is sent to the unit, 1 indicates the relay number and 00900...

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To check the relay on and delay times you would send the following S.M.S text You will receive the following similar confirmation from the unit. Temporary switching on the relays This command allows you to switch on the relays for up to 65,000 seconds and receive confirmation SMS text messages when the relays switch on and This command does not affect the #GOTl or #GOT2 settings Note: Confirmation text messages are only sent to telephone numbers To activate relay 1 for 60 seconds you would send the following SMS text message to the unit, where 1 indicates the relay seconds, this should be entered...

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This command allows you to switch the relays on and off and receive confirmation SMS text messages. This command does not affect the #GOTl or #GOT2 settings Note: Confirmation text messages are only sent to telephone numbers To switch Relay 1 on you would send the following SMS text message to the unit. You will receive the following confirmation from the unit RLOPl=ON To switch Relay 1 off you would send the following SMS text message to the unit. You will receive the following confirmation from the unit RLOPl=OFF followed by If you receive a RLOP1 Busy message the lay is already active via a...

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