• Product ID
    5999881193176
  • Package size
    170x120x35 mm
  • Package weight
    0.23 kg

IMPORTANT NOTICE: THIS PRODUCT HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED FROM NOVEMBER 2018.  REPLACEMENT PRODUCT: PAGER4

Main features:

  • GPRS and backup GSM communication
  • 6 NO/NC contact inputs
  • 1 NO relay output
  • Programmable through USB and IP

Technical data:

  • Transmission frequency:
    GSM 900/1800 MHz or
    GSM 850/1900 MHz
  • Supply voltage:
    9-30 VDC
  • Current consumption:
    Nominal: 120mA
    Maximum: 500mA
  • Operating temperature:
    -20°C - +70°C
  • Dimensions:
    84 x 72 x 32mm
  • Weight: 200g

Characteristics of the GPRS Pager Z6:

  • Electric contact signalization through GPRS/GSM network
  • Reporting to monitoring station in Contact-ID format
  • SMS sending to 4 user phone numbers
  • Independent alarm function
  • Adjustable input sensitivity in tenth of a second, seconds and minutes units
  • Forwarding of incoming SMS messages (e.g. balance information of prepay SIM cards)
  • Supply voltage supervision
  • Firmware update through USB and IP
  • Arming / disarming, status query, remote control of the output via phone call
  • Full remote diagnostics, inputs and output monitoring, event log preview
  • Programmable through USB and IP

Application area:

  • Optional IP based CMS communicator for alarm control panels
  • Standalone alarm control module for protection of small premises, garages
  • Reporting the state of different switches to CMS and by SMS
  • Remote relay control

Technical specification

  • Transmission channel
    2G / GSM
  • Frequency band
    850/900/1800/1900 MHz @GSM/GPRS
  • Operating temperature
    -20 ºC - +70 ºC
  • Supply voltage
    9-30 VDC
  • Current consumption (maximum)
    500 mA @ 12 VDC
  • Current consumption (nominal)
    100 mA @ 12 VDC
  • Casing
    Plastic
  • Terminal connector design
    Connectable
  • Dimensions
    84x72x32 mm
  • Weight
    200 g

Inputs

  • Contact inputs
    6
  • Configurable inputs (NO/NC)
    6
  • Adjustable input sensitivity
    Yes

Outputs

  • Relay outputs
    1
  • Output control through free GSM call
    Yes
  • Output control with commands through GSM voice call
    Yes
  • Output activation on GSM fault
    Yes

Notifications

  • SMS sending
    Yes
  • IP-based reporting to CMS
    Yes
  • DTMF-based reporting to CMS
    Yes

Supported protocols

  • SIA DC-05 (DTMF) protocol
    Yes
  • TEX protocol
    Yes

Programming

  • Programming method
    USB / IP
  • Programming software
    Yes

Users

  • User phone numbers for forwarding incoming SMS messages
    2
  • User phone numbers for reporting
    4
  • User phone numbers for output control
    4

Remote monitoring

  • Monitoring station IP addresses
    6
  • Monitoring station phone numbers
    2
  • Individual reporting to monitoring station
    Yes

Other functions

  • Configurable internal Contact ID event codes
    Yes
  • Built-in internal clock
    Yes
  • Security password
    Yes
  • Event logs / number of stored events
    Yes / 1200
  • Caller identification
    Yes
  • Individual SMS sending to user phone numbers with predefinable message
    Yes
  • Periodic test report
    Yes
  • Alarm restriction
    Yes
  • Alarm control panel function (arming/disarming, entry and exit delay)
    Yes
  • Selectable 24h zones
    Yes
  1. The device does not activate the relay output on an incoming call. Why?

    The caller ID identification must be enabled on the inserted SIM by the GSM service provider. Without this, the device will be unable to identify the incoming call ID identification. Insert the SIM card (which is in the device) into a mobile phone; call the customer service of the GSM service and enable this service in the menu. Make sure you set the timing of the relay output (if the timing is 0, the relay will not activate).

  2. The device is not connecting to the GPRS net. Why?

    Check the APN settings, the power supply and power requirements of the module, as well as the GSM antenna connection and signal strength.

  3. It is not possible to read or upload the setting to the device with the programming software. The connection does not get through, or sometimes the downloading stops.

    Please power up the module first, after that connect it to the computer.

  4. After installing the programmer software there is an error message saying that the DLL file is missing and it can not start.

    Some operating systems create a missing DLL file after connecting to the module. Connect the module through a USB to the computer, and after this start the programming software again.

  5. 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.

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Downloads

Version:
  • GPRS Pager Z6 Programming software v2-4-2-61 (Signed)
    2017.08.23 2.95 MB Download
  • GPRS Pager Z6 CE
    2013.01.15 698.16 KB Download
  • GPRS Pager Z6 Leaflet EN
    2011.12.04 1.57 MB Download
  • GPRS Pager Z6 firmware v3.21
    2017.05.31 306.01 KB Download
  • Release notes
    2017.11.15 1.27 KB Download
  • Firmware upgrade instructions
    2014.09.03 1.91 KB Download
  • BootloaderX22 firmware upgrade instructions (EN)
    2012.08.17 1.86 KB Download
  • BootloaderX22 EN firmware upgrade utility
    2012.08.17 1.59 MB Download
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