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  • Product ID
    5999881193053
  • Package size
    170x120x35 mm
  • Package weight
    0.25 kg

Communicator for alarm control panels, wich can be used as a universal GSM adapter for alarm sytems, as a GSM line simulator, or for substituting a landline.

Main features:

  • GSM communication
  • 1 telephone line output
  • SMS forwarding
  • Push-button for GSM signal strength indication

Application area:

  • Universal GSM adapter for security systems
  • Landline substituting device
  • GSM phone line simulator

Technical specification

  • Transmission channel
    GSM
  • Frequency band
    850/900/1800/1900 MHz
  • Operating temperature
    -20 ºC - +70 ºC
  • Supply voltage
    12-30V DC
  • Current consumption (maximum)
    400 mA @ 12 VDC
  • Current consumption (nominal)
    110 mA @ 12 VDC
  • Casing
    PCB + metal case
  • Terminal connector design
    Mounted on the panel
  • Dimensions
    100x70x19 mm
  • Weight
    80 g

Notifications

  • DTMF-based reporting to CMS
    Yes

Supported protocols

  • SIA DC-05 (DTMF) protocol
    Yes

Programming

  • Programming method
    Using phone device

Users

  • User phone numbers for forwarding incoming SMS messages
    1

Other functions

  • Voice dialer adaptation
    Yes
  • Phone line emulation
    Yes
  • Adaptation of alarm control panels to mobile network
    Yes
  1. When the call is made from the device, the phone does not display the caller’s number. Why?

    You have to enable to send the caller ID of the inserted SIM card by the GSM provider. Put the SIM card into a mobile phone, and call the GSM provider customer service, in the menu, you will be able to enable that feature. (Even though the caller ID shows up when you make a call with a mobile phone, it will not show up when you use the device until you enable this feature through the GSM provider)

  2. The module sends a long line of continuous letter / sequence SMS message to the SMS forwarding featured phone number. What is the reason for this?

    This phenomenon happens when you do not receive a regular SMS (text) to the phone module, but some kind of a multimedia message (MMS photo) or some other encoded message (for example, encoded Cyrillic letters with accents or other capitalization). An industrial phone module is not able to handle this, that's why the mentioned letters/sequences are converted into Unicode form and are forwarded to your phone (depending on the size of the message 1 MMS can be received in 3 or 4 SMSs). Please note that in this case there is no problem with the device itself, but this phenomenon is caused by the above-described reason. If this occurs regularly, there is a good chance that it is an advertising / marketing message sent by the service provider, which can only be stopped by either asking the service-provider not to send such messages to this given phone number or by turning off the message forwarding function (in the settings: delete the SMS forwarding phone number), if this function is not absolutely necessary.

Message to the customer service

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Downloads

Version:
  • ecoLINE GSM II v4-14 Manual EN 31-08-2017
    2017.08.31 558.68 KB Download
  • ecoLINE GSM II volume adjusting utility (Signed)
    2012.06.12 1.14 MB Download
  • TELLtest_HID_logger_v2
    2017.03.22 108.16 KB Download
  • ecoLINE GSM II CE
    2012.11.15 606.92 KB Download
  • ecoLINE GSM II EU-Compliance Statement
    2017.07.17 331.87 KB Download
  • ecoLINE GSM II Leaflet EN
    2011.12.04 1.55 MB Download
  • ecoLINE GSM II firmware v4-14
    2017.08.31 1.87 MB Download
  • Firmware upgrade instructions
    2012.07.06 386 bytes Download
  • Release notes (EN)
    2017.09.04 1.45 KB Download
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