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T50-Cheetah
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS T50-02AGSM IM-T50-RX001-A03-EN Tele Radio T50 Cheetah

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A NOTE! The T50 system only works with SIM cards that are PIN code free. Read the instructions before installing and programming your equipment. Before using the system, the receiver must be programmed via SMS/ textmessages from your mobile/cell phone. CONTENTS PRODUCT DESCRIPTION 3 PREPARE & INSTALL 3 RECEIVER 5 INSERT SIM CARD 6 PROGRAM THE RECEIVER 8 START THE NEW SIM CARD 9 REGISTER A TELEPHONE NUMBER IN THE RECEIVER 9 ERASE A REGISTERED TELEPHONE NUMBER 10 SET A TIME LIMIT 10 SET THE CLOCK 10 ACTIVATE PROGRAMMING CONFIRMATION 11 DEACTIVATE PROGRAMMING CONFIRMATION 11 CHANGE PASSWORD 12...

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A PRODUCT DESCRIPTION AREA OF APPLICATION The product's area of application is to control fixed or mobile applications that have a limited number of functions.It can also be used to automatically send alarm messages via SMS/ textmessages. SAFETY Make sure that: • appropriate personnel receive a review of the system's functions before it is installed and used • only authorized personnel are allowed to control the receiver GENERAL INFORMATION Programming and control over GSM All programming and control of T50-02AGSM is performed through a mobile phone/cellphone. T50-02AGSM supports: • EGSM900...

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A PLACE THE RECEIVER - Select a location, as well protected from wind and damp as possible. Avoid locations where the receiver may be exposed to abnormal moisture conditions, e.g. close to high-pressure washing. - Put cable glands facing downwards.

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A RECEIVER Operating voltage: 7.5 – 24 V DC, 12 V AC Power consumption: 50 – 200 mA. Size: 120 x 120 x 45 mm. Protection: IP 65 Climatic conditions: Max. -30°C - 60°C. Humidity 90% 1. GSM module 2. SIM card holder To place the network SIM card in 3 Connection terminal Connection terminal for relay inputs 1-4 4. Connection terminal Connection terminal for relay outputs 5. Connection terminal Connection terminal for operating voltage NOTE! Operating voltage= 7.5–24 V DC, 12 V AC 6. Relays 2 separate relays 250 V / 8 A, NO/NC 7. Buzzer Sounds when alarming, + confirming pr ogramming 8....

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A INDICATIONS LED 1 (green) Flashes slowly Operating voltage on Flashes fast for 2 s. Programming successful Flashes fast for 10 s. Alarm LED 2 (red) Flashing The receiver receives radio signals Buzzer Continuous sound for 2 s. Programming successful Sound pulses for 2 s. Programming unsuccessful Sound pulses for 10 s. Alarm INSERT SIM CARD The receiver requires a SIM card with a mobile phone/cell phone number associated. Insert the SIM card in the SIM card holder (see previous page). The SIM card must be PIN code free.

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A Connect the operating voltage 1. Connect operating voltage to the voltage connection terminal (polarity insensitive). It takes approx. 15 seconds for the receiver to find the radio signal. Connect the relay 2. Connect the control signal (control voltage) to C. 3. Each relay can be used to close or break a circuit. - Closing function: When the relay is activated, a control signal is received at relay output NO. - Breaking function: When the relay switches, the circuit is broken at relay output NC (control signal disappears). Connect the alarm inputs 4. Connect the functions that you want...

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A PROGRAM THE RECEIVER Send SMS/ textmessages from a mobile phone/cell phone to program the receiver.The SMS/ textmessages are sent to the mobile phone/cell phone number that is linked to the SIM card that you have installed in the receiver. Tip! To avoid entering the receiver's mobile phone/cell phone number every time that you want to send an SMS/ textmessage, save the number in the mobile phone´s/cell phone´s address book. An SMS/ textmessages must always: • have brackets for starting and ending a message: ( ) • include a password (the preset password is 888888) • include an...

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A START THE NEW SIM CARD Note! Only necessary if the message center number is not preprogrammed on the SIM-card. SMS textmessage: (#888888#A#1234567890#) 1234567890 = the Message center number of your network. More information can be found in the User Guide for your mobile phone/ cell phone or in the instructions for your SIM card. REGISTER A TELEPHONE NUMBER IN THE RECEIVER Note! To be able to program the receiver, you must start with registering your own mobil phone/cell phone number. Register what mobile phone/cell phone number(s) that should be able to control and program the receiver...

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A ERASE A REGISTERED TELEPHONE NUMBER Erase a mobile phone/cell phone number, that should no longer be allowed to program or control the receiver. SMS text: message (#888888#D#1234567890#) 1234567890 = the mobile phone/cell phone number to be erased. SET A TIME LIMIT Set the time limit for all users with time limit. The same time limit will apply to all users that have a time limit registered. SMS textmessage: (#888888#M#18:00#07:00#) Example: 18:00 = start time 07:00 = end time SET THE CLOCK SMS text: (#888888#N#15:30#) Example: 15:30 = current time

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A ACTIVATE PROGRAMMING CONFIRMATION “Programming confirmation” means that after each successful programming event, you will receive an SMS/ textmessage with the text “SUCCEEDED” on your mobile phone/cell phone. If the programming fails, you will receive an SMS/ textmessage with the text “FAILED”. Activate “Programming confirmation”: SMS textmessage: (#888888#K#) DEACTIVATE PROGRAMMING CONFIRMATION Deactivate “Programming confirmation”: SMS textmessage: (#888888#L#)

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A CHANGE PASSWORD Password 1 All SMS/textmessages that are sent to the receiver, must include a 6 digit password (preset password =888888). We recommend you to change the password at start-up. SMS textmessage: (#888888#B#777777#) 888888 = the preset password 777777 = your new password (6 digits) Note! All SMS textmessages in the instructions contain the preset password, 888888. When you have changed password, replace 888888 with your new password. Password2 (for activation of relay 1 by SMS/ textmessage) When relay 1 is activated via SMS/ textmessage, (see “Control of relay outputs”) a...

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