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Remote Monitoring GSM/SMS Communicating Wireless Alarm System

G5 Installation & Operating Instructions

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Contents Congratulations on your purchase of the miGuard G5 Alarm System. Before you commence installation we recommend that you unpack the product, familiarise yourself with the component parts, and carefully read through this instruction guide.

miGuard G5 Alarm System Overview --------------------------------------------- 1~4 Control Panel --------------------------------------------------------------------- 1~2 Accessories ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3 Alarm System Operation ---------------------------------------------------------– 4 Sensors ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5~7

There are some parts of the installation that must be completed in the

Sensor placement ------------------------------------------------------------------- 5

order shown to ensure successful installation.

Grouping Sensors ------------------------------------------------------------------- 6 Sensors Zone Names----------------------------------------------------------------- 7 Getting started ------------------------------------------------------------------- 8~10 Inserting SIM Card ------------------------------------------------------------------ 8 Turning on the Control Panel -------------------------------------------------------- 9 Network Connection Indicator ------------------------------------------------------ 9 Test Mode Alarm System ------------------------------------------------------------ 9 Record Alarm Message -------------------------------------------------------------- 9 Settings Inquiry by SMS -------------------------------------------------------- 9~10 Control Panel Operation -------------------------------------------------------- 11~15 Arming the System ----------------------------------------------------------------- 11 Part Arming the System ------------------------------------------------------------ 11 Disarming the System -------------------------------------------------------------- 11 Arming & Disarming the System by RFID Tag -------------------------------------- 11 Naming RFID Tags ----------------------------------------------------------------- 12 Record and play-back Voice Message --------------------------------------------- 12 Speed Dial ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 13 Phone Dial ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 13 Disarming the Alarm System by SMS ---------------------------------------------- 14 Arming the System by SMS -------------------------------------------------------- 14 Home Mode (Part-arm) the system by SMS ---------------------------------------- 14 Two-way Talk ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 15 Leaving a message by phone call ------------------------------------------------- 15 Phone operation when receiving Emergency Call --------------------------------- 15

Apple and Android App ------------------------------------------------------- 16~17 Adding an Account ---------------------------------------------------------------- 16

Pet Friendly PIR Sensor --------------------------------------------------------- 34~38 PIR Sensor Overview --------------------------------------------------------------- 34

G5 Alarm App overview ---------------------------------------------------------– 17

34 LED Indicator -------------------------------------------------------------------------

Changing the App Language ------------------------------------------------------ 17

PIR Sensor (inside) ----------------------------------------------------------------- 35

Setting up the Alarm System (with the App and SMS) ----------------------- 18~31 Request alarm system status by SMS and with the App---------------------------- 18 Store emergency telephone numbers -------------------------------------------- 19 Store emergency SMS numbers -------------------------------------------------- 20

Infrared Sensors Tamper Switch LED On/Off PIR Sensor (back) ------------------------------------------------------------------- 36

Store SMS number for RFID Tags ------------------------------------------------- 21

Test Mode

Store speed dial number --------------------------------------------------------- 22

Power Saving Mode

Renaming Sensors ---------------------------------------------------------------- 23 Change RFID Tag name ---------------------------------------------------------- 24

Connecting PIR Sensor Installing a PIR Sensor -----------------------------------------------------------–-–37

Change entry/exit delay time ----------------------------------------------------- 25

PIR Sensor Test Mode -------------------------------------------------------------–-38

Setting alarm volume and duration ----------------------------------------------- 26

Wireless Door/Window Magnetic Sensor -----------------------------------------------38~40

Change disarm password --------------------------------------------------------- 27

Door/Window Sensor (front) ------------------------------------------------------ 38

Setting Single Zone delay time --------------------------------------------------- 28

LED Indicator ------------------------------------------------------------------------39

Delete Wireless Accessories -------------------------------------------------------- 29

Door/Window Sensor (inside) ----------------------------------------------------- 39

Delete all RFID Tags by SMS & App ----------------------------------------------- 29 Delete all Remote Controls by SMS -------------------------------------------------30

Tamper Switch 39~40 Installation Tips ---------------------------------------------------------------------

Restore system to default setting -------------------------------------------------- 30

40 Connecting a Door/Window Sensor to the Control Panel --------------------------------

SMS low battery notification (Sensors) -------------------------------------------- 30

Electric Lock Output ------------------------------------------------------------------40 41 Control Panel Installation -----------------------------------------------------------------

SMS tamper notification (Sensors) ------------------------------------------------ 30 Arm & Disarm by free phone call ------------------------------------------------- 31 Connect additional Wireless Accessories & RFID Tags ----------------------------- 31 Connect additional Wireless Sensors Connect additional RFID Tags Connect and delete Wireless Sirens ------------------------------------------------ 31 Remote control ---------------------------------------------------------------- 32~33

Wall Mount Desk Stand Technical Specification -----------------------------------------------------------------42~45 Control Panel ------------------------------------------------------------------------42 Wireless PIR Motion Sensor -------------------------------------------------------- 43 44 Wireless Door/Window Magnetic Sensor ------------------------------------------------

Remote Control overview --------------------------------------------------------- 32 Arm ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 32

Wireless Remote Control ---------------------------------------------------------- 45

Disarm ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 32 Home Mode (Part-arm)------------------------------------------------------------ 33

Troubleshooting ------------------------------------------------------------------------46~48

Mute Mode ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 33 Emergency Call ------------------------------------------------------------------- 33

Warranty Terms ------------------------------------------------------------------------50

Connect a new Remote Control -------------------------------------------------- 33

Download the G5 Alarm App ------------------------------------------------------------52

RFID Tag---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 45 Cautions ------------------------------------------------------------------------------49 Notes -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------— 51

miGuard G5 Alarm System Overview Rear View

In the Box: 1 x Control Panel 1 x Pet Friendly PIR Motion Sensor 1 x Door/Window Sensor 2 x Remote Controls 2 x RFID Tags 1 x Power Adapter 1 x Desk Stand, 1 x Wall Mount All Batteries & Fixings Quick Start Guide, Installation & Operating Instructions

Microphone

Tamper Switch

Loudspeaker

Control Panel GSM Network Indicator Status Indicator Touch Screen

Back-up Batteries

Arm Disarm Call Home Mode RFID Tag Reader/play Voice Memo

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Record Voice Memo

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Accessories

Alarm System Operation

The miGuard G5 Alarm System includes the Accessories shown below:

The Alarm System receives a signal when a Sensor is triggered. The Control Panel will sound the alarm when armed and send SMS texts to all stored text numbers. When texting is finished the Control Panel will call the stored phone numbers and play the pre-recorded message. If an optional external Siren is installed the Control Panel will send a trigger signal to the Siren and the Siren will also sound. The Siren arms 15 seconds after the Panel, please consider this when testing the Siren.

1 x Wireless Door/Window Sensor

1 x Wireless Pet Friendly PIR Motion Sensor

2 x RFID Tags

1x Desk Stand

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The external Siren provides arm/disarm confirmation beeps only if the signal was sent from the Remote Control or an additional Keypad, otherwise the confirmation beeps will sound only from the Control Panel

2 x Remote Controls

1x Wall Mount

1 x Power Adapter

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Sensors

Grouping sensors

Sensor placement

Each Sensor can be set to a different mode. Four different modes can be selected; Home Mode, Normal Mode, Single Delay Mode or 24-hour Mode.

When planning your Alarm System installation consider the most vulnerable areas of your home such as exit/entry routes - well placed sensors will ensure optimum security coverage. The diagram below shows the areas within your home that you would typically want to protect. Additional miGuard Accessories can be added at any time for maximum coverage of your home and outbuildings.

IMPORTANT: Determine which Mode each Sensor should be set to prior to commencing installation.

IMPORTANT: If you change the Mode a Sensor is set to, re-register the Sensor to the Control Panel.

The diagrams below show the four different Mode Settings that can be set up to each Sensor. Inside the Sensor are 3 ‘bridges’, the configuration of the bridges will dictate the Mode that the Sensor is set to. To change the Mode simply re-position the ‘bridges’ by lifting them up and away from the pins and then pushing them down onto the pins in the relevant position to set the Mode required bridges

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Home Mode

Normal Mode

Single Delay Mode (delay time)

24-hour Mode

A. Control Panel B. Remote Control C. Siren D. Dummy Siren 1. Front door

: Door/Window Sensor

2. Living area

: PIR Motion Sensor

3. Window: living area

: Door/Window Sensor

4. Window: living area

: Door/Window Sensor

5. Patio/garden door

: Door/Window Sensor

6. Window: bedroom area

: Door/Window Sensor

7. Bedroom

: PIR Motion Sensor

8. Kitchen

: Gas Detector

9. Bathroom

: Water Flood Detector

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Normal Mode: The supplied Door/Window Sensor is by default set to Normal Mode with bridges set on D0, D1 and D2. When triggered, a Sensor set to Normal Mode will always activate the alarm if armed. Home Mode: The supplied PIR Motion Sensor is (by default) set to Home Mode (D1 and D2). Sensors set to Home Mode will not be active when the alarm system is Part-armed. Part-arm allows you to arm certain areas but not others. For example, by setting sensors upstairs to Home Mode, when you Part-arm the system at night time you and your family can move around upstairs, whilst all other areas are protected.

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Single Delay Mode: One or more Sensors can be set in Single Delay Mode and will alarm at the specified time after being triggered. This Mode is usually used for Door/Window Sensors. For example, if the user does not want to carry the Remote Control, they can set the Door/Window Sensor to Single Delay Mode with the delay time set to 30 seconds. When the user opens the door or window the Control Panel will alarm after a 30 second delay, giving the user time to disarm the system prior to it being triggered. 24-hour Mode: 24 hour Mode is recommended as the default setting for Sensors that detect smoke or gas for instance. When set to this Mode the Sensor is always active and will always send a signal (without a delay) to the Control Panel when triggered, regardless of whether the system is armed or disarmed.

Sensor Zone Names

Getting Started Inserting a SIM card * Before inserting a SIM card, please perform the following steps: 1. 2. 3. 4.

Make sure the alarm system is powered off Disable the Unlock Code on the SIM Card Turn off the Voicemail function if it is enabled Insert the SIM card into the SIM card holder in the Control Panel as shown below GSM SIM Card Holder

* SIM Card must work with 2G networks such as: Vodafone, O2, Orange, T-Mobile

The supplied Sensors are by default paired with the alarm system for ease of installation. Each Sensor is assigned its own zone number. The supplied Door/Window Sensor is by default assigned to zone 1. The supplied PIR Sensor is by default assigned to zone 2. Sensors added to the system will be sequential, for example the 3rd Sensor added will be on ‘zone 3’, a 4th Sensor will be on ‘zone 4’ and so on. The first 9 zones can be re-named. Refer to Page 23 for Sensor re-naming instructions.

Input for wired sensors 24-hour group Input for wired sensors (Normal group)

Slide down to unlock

Output for Electric Lock Wired connection Siren 12V≤ 500mA Power Adapter Socket

. fig.a Power On/Off IMPORTANT: The use and set up of the alarm systems requires the sending of text messages. Depending on your network service provider and your plan, you may incur some charges.

IMPORTANT: The Android and/or Apple App both make use of SMS Text messages (not the internet) in order to send the commands to and from the Control Panel.

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Turning on the Control Panel

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Plug the Power Adapter into the Power Adapter Socket underneath the Control Panel battery cover - then slide the power switch to `On' (see diagram on page 8).

GSM Network Connection Indicator ‘0’ Disarm After switching on the system, the network indicator flashes once every second. This indicates that the Control Panel is searching for a network. When connected to a network the LED indicator will flash once every two seconds. Note: If the LED indicator continues to flash once every second, the Control Panel has not connected to a network.

‘1’ Arm ‘2’ Home mode ‘3’ Two-way talk ‘4’ Call-back voice memo ‘00’ Settings inquiry ‘??’ Store phone and SMS No.

Test Mode

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The alarm system can be put into Test Mode. This will cause the Panel to beep three times and light up the zone numbers (zones 1-9 only) when a Sensor is triggered, instead of activating the siren. ‘5’ Store alarm phone No. To enter Test Mode press the button on the Control Panel three times until the system beeps once. After 10 minutes the system will automatically exit Test Mode. It is also possible to exit Test Mode by pressing the button.

‘6’ Store alarm SMS No. ‘7’ Store SMS No. for RFID tags ‘8’ Store speed dial phone No. ‘???’ System setups

Record Alarm Message When the alarm is activated the Control Panel will call the pre-programmed phone

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numbers and play a message. This message can be recorded by pressing the button, then the disarm code (default 1234), press the the

button again and finally press

button, you then have 10 seconds to record a message.

‘91~99’ Zone name ‘10’ RFID tags SMS notice

Settings Inquiry by SMS

‘11’ Entry and exit delay time ‘12’ Siren volume and ringing time

The settings of the alarm system can be changed by sending an SMS text from your mobile phone. You can request a list of all available SMS commands. The complete menu consists of three parts which can be requested by sending one, two or three

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‘13’ Disarm password ‘14’ Single zone delay time

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Control Panel Operation

Naming RFID Tags

Arming the system (Normal Mode)

For identification purposes RFID Tags can be named as shown in the example below (Vicky). If someone arms or disarms the alarm system with an RFID Tag their name will be sent to the pre-stored RFID text number, followed by the arm/disarm message.

Press

. All sensors will be armed.

Part-arming the system (Home Mode) Press . Sensors which are set to the Home Mode group will not be armed when home mode is set. All other sensors in other groups will be armed. Vicky has disarmed the alarm system

Vicky

Disarming the system To disarm the system at the Control Panel enter the 4-digit password (default 1234) and press the button. The Panel will beep and the disarm indicator will light up. If you hear three beeps the password is incorrect. Mum Administrator

Arming & Disarming the system by RFID Tag To arm the system using the RFID Tag, pass the Tag across the RFID Reader (blue circle with a house logo), twice within 2 seconds. After 2 seconds the Panel will beep and the arm indicator will light up. To disarm the system pass the RFID Tag across the RFID Reader once. The system will beep as a confirmation, after 2 seconds another beep will be heard and the disarm indicator will light up.

IMPORTANT: The administrator will only receive a notification if the SMS number for the RFID Tag is stored (settings can be found on pages 21 and 24).

Record and play back a personal Voice Message Press the

button for 3 seconds to record a

personal message (max. 10 seconds). If your message is shorter than 10 seconds, press the IMPORTANT: The RFID Tag Reader will only work when the Control Panel is plugged into a Mains Power supply. If your RFID Tag is not working please check that there is power to the Control Panel.

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button to stop recording. The Voice Message can be played back by pressing the blue circle.

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Speed dial

Disarming the alarm system by SMS

When you press the system will dial the preset speed dial number immediately. The call ends when you press again. Instructions on how to store a speed dial number can be found on page 22.

The main menu, received after texting ‘?’, will display the command for disarming the system (‘0’). To disarm the system text ‘0’ to the number of the SIM card in the Control Panel.

Phone dial You can directly enter a phone number and press the button. The system dials out and you can make the call via the Control Panel’s built-in microphone and speaker. When you press again the call is ended.

0 After sending the message you will receive the following message from the Control Panel to confirm the new setting: System disarmed.

Arming the system by SMS To arm the system text ‘1’ to the number of the SIM card in the Control Panel.

1 After sending the message you will receive the following message from the Control Panel to confirm the new setting: System armed.

Home Mode (Part-arm) the system by SMS To Part-arm the system, text ‘2’ to the number of the SIM card in the Control Panel.

2 After sending the message you will receive the following message from the Control Panel to confirm the new setting: System in home mode.

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Two-way talk

Apple and Android App

Text ‘3’ to the telephone number of the SIM card in the Control Panel. You will be called back by the system and will be able to listen and speak to the person there.

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The G5 alarm system can also be operated with an App. You can download the App by searching for the keywords ‘G5 Alarm’ in the App Store or Google Play. Download and install the App on your smartphone.

Leaving a message by phone call Text ‘4’ to the telephone number of the SIM card in the Control Panel. You will be called back by the system. Answer the phone and leave a 10 second message. The message can be played back from the Control Panel by pressing the blue circle.

IMPORTANT: The Android and iOS App both make use of SMS Text messages (not the internet) to send commands to and from the Control Panel.

Adding an account The alarm system can be operated with the G5 Alarm App. When using the iOS App the SMS text message will be set up automatically for every function. Press the ‘send’ button to send the text message. When using the Android App the text message will be sent in the background without the need for additional confirmation.

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Phone operation when receiving Emergency Call When the alarm system is triggered the Control Panel will call the set telephone numbers. The following commands can be used to command/operate the alarm system:

Launch the App on your phone and select ‘Add account’. Enter a name for the G5 alarm (e.g.

SMS command

Input

Disarm

0

Arm

1

Turn off siren

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Turn on siren

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Home Alarm) and enter the mobile number of the SIM card installed in the Control Panel, press ‘Done’. Once the account is added it will appear on the home screen of the App.

Two-way talk Replay alarm voice message

# IMPORTANT: Starting the SIM card telephone number with the area code of your country (e.g. 0044 for the UK) will allow you to operate the alarm system abroad.

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Setting up the Alarm System (with the App and SMS)

G5 Alarm App overview All Smartphone screenshots are taken from the iOS App and are accurate at the time of going to print. Android screens may vary.

The alarm system can be set using the G5 Alarm App, as well as by sending text messages.

Request alarm system status by SMS: Arm

Text ‘00’ to the SIM card telephone number in the Control Panel.

Home Arm

00

Disarm Record Voice Memo (Personal Message)

After sending the message you will receive the following message from the Control Panel showing the alarm status: System armed Entry and exit delay time: 0 sec Single zone delay time: 30 sec

Changing the language The G5 App can be set to an alternative language via ‘Select System Language’:

Siren volume: 2 Siren ringing time: 5 min Disarm password: 1234

Request alarm system status using the App: Press the ‘Settings Inquiry’ button (magnifying glass)

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Store emergency telephone numbers

Store emergency SMS numbers

Emergency numbers are the telephone numbers which will be called when the alarm is activated. Text ‘5’ to the Control Panel to receive the current settings.

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You will receive the SMS message shown below left: TEL: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Emergency SMS numbers are the numbers that will receive texts when the alarm is activated. Text ‘6’ to to the Control Panel to receive the current settings.

Copy the received SMS message entirely and paste it into a new text message. You can enter multiple phone numbers in the same text message. When you have finished the entry send the text.

SMS: 1. TEL:

2.

1. 00447917123456

3.

2. 00447917234567

4.

3. 00447917345678

5.

You will receive the SMS message shown below left:

Copy the received SMS message entirely and paste it into a new text message. You can enter multiple phone numbers in the same text message. When you have finished the entry send the text.

SMS: 1. 00447917123456 2. 00447917234567 3. 00447917345678 4. 00447917456789 5. 00447917567890

4. 00447917456789 5. 00447917567890

Note: It is recommended to enter your country area code (e.g. 0044 for the UK) which will allow you to operate the alarm system abroad) After sending the message you will receive the following message back from the Control Panel to confirm the new settings:

Note: Enter the System Administrator’s Telephone Number into SMS 1.

After sending the message you will receive the following message from the Control Panel to confirm the new settings: Store alarm SMS No. successfully. With the G5 Alarm App this setting can be made as follows: Enter up to 5 phone numbers and select either or both the phone and SMS icons to the right of each phone number. When you have completed entering the phone numbers press ‘done’.

Store alarm phone No. successfully.

from the next screen headed ‘Tel’ press ‘send’ to set the phone numbers, when sent another screen will appear headed ‘SMS’ - press ‘send’ to set the SMS numbers. pressing ‘send’ will set both the telephone numbers and SMS numbers in one action. IMPORTANT: Only phone numbers stored in the alarm system can make changes and modify the system.

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Store SMS number for RFID Tags

Store speed dial number

The SMS number for an RFID Tag is the number the text message will be sent to when a RFID Tag is used to arm or disarm the system.

In this menu you can assign a phone number that will be stored as speed dial number.

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Copy and edit the received text message and send it back with the new telephone number. Speed dial phone number

SMS No. for RFID tags (0-20 digits): 1.

SMS No. For RFID tags (0-20 digits): 1. 00447917123456

After sending the message you will receive the following message from the Control Panel to confirm the new settings: Store SMS No. For RFID tags successfully.

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(0-20 digits): 1.

Speed dial phone number (0-20 digits): 1. 00447717654321

After sending the message you will receive the following message from the Control Panel to confirm the new settings: Store speed dial number successfully

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Renaming Sensors

Change RFID Tag name

Each Sensor is on a zone. The names of the first 9 zones (1-9) can be changed according to personal preference. Each name can be up to 30 characters. The names of zone 10 and higher cannot be changed. When sending a text message with ‘91’, ‘92’, ’93’ to ‘99’ you will receive a message back with the zone number and name. For example: 91 = Zone 1, 92 = Zone 2 …… 99 = Zone 9.

The Control Panel can be set to notify the nominated SMS number when the first 4 RFID Tags are used to disarm the system. With this menu you can set the names of the first 4 RFID Tags. If the TAG’s name remains unchanged the text message will say “Unnamed key tag has armed/ disarmed the system.”

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91 To change the name of the zone copy the received text message and replace

You will receive the text message shown below.

Copy the message and change the names against each RFID Tag number, as shown in the example below.

‘Zone 1 alarm’ with the name of your choice, as shown below: Zone 1 name: Zone 1 alarm

Zone 1 name: Entrance door sensor

After sending this message you will receive the following message from the Control Panel to confirm the new settings: Change zone name successfully

Change RFID Tags SMS

Change RFID Tags SMS

notice:

notice:

1.

1. Vicky

2.

2. Mabel

3.

3. Gillian

4.

4. Jack

After sending this sms you will receive the following message from the Control Panel to confirm the new settings: Change RFID tags SMS notice successfully

Default screen shown

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RFID Tag 1 renamed

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Change entry/exit delay time

Setting alarm volume and duration

The system can be armed with a time delay. When a delay time is set you will hear a beep every second as a warning of this delay. The beep will go faster in the last 15 seconds.(0-300 sec.):

Both alarm volume and duration of the siren can be adjusted in this menu. Text ‘12’ to the Control Panel. Copy the message and adjust the volume (‘0, 1 or 2’) of the siren and the duration of the siren as shown below.

Text ‘11’ to the Control Panel.

12 11 Copy the message Copy the message

adjust the time as example below

Siren volume (0 Mute, 1 Low, 2 High):

Entry and exit delay time

Entry and exit delay time

2

(0-300 sec.):

(0-300 sec.):

Siren ringing time(1- 9min):

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After sending the message you will receive the following message from the Control Panel to confirm the new settings:

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adjust the settings as example below. Siren volume (0 Mute, 1 Low, 2 High): 0 Siren ringing time (1-9 min): 3

After sending the message you will receive the following message from the Control Panel to confirm the new settings:

Set delay time successfully. Set siren volume and ringing time successfully.

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Change disarm password

Setting Single Zone delay time

Text ‘13’ to the Control Panel.

Any Sensor can be set to ‘Single Zone Delay’. Text ‘14’ to the Control Panel.

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14 Copy the message

enter your new password as example below

Disarm password(4-6 digits):

Disarm password(4-6 digits):

1234

8888

After sending the message you will receive the following message from the Control Panel to confirm the new settings:

Copy the message:

adjust the delay time as example below:

Single zone delay time (0-300 sec.):

Single zone delay time (0-300 sec.):

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After sending the message you will receive the following message from the Control Panel to confirm the new settings:

Set disarm password successfully Set single zone delay time successfully

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Delete Wireless Accessories

Delete all Remote Controls by SMS

All Accessories (Wireless Sensors, RFID Tags and Remote Controls) can be deleted from the system by entering the user code on the Control Panel and holding down the Full Arm button until two beeps are heard (3 seconds). Accessories can also be removed by texting ‘21’.

All Remote Controls can be deleted by texting ‘23’ to the SIM card number in the Control Panel.

21 After sending the message you will receive the following message from the Control Panel to confirm the new settings:

23 After sending the message you will receive the following message from the Control Panel to confirm the new settings: Delete remote controls successfully

Delete wireless sensors successfully

Restore system to default setting Delete all RFID Tags by SMS & App All RFID Tags can be deleted by texting ‘22’ to the SIM card number in the Control

Also called a ‘hard reset’. The system can be restored to factory settings by texting ‘0000’ to the SIM card number in the Control Panel.

Panel.

22 After sending the message you will receive the following message from the Control Panel to confirm the new settings: Delete RFID tags successfully

0000

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SMS low battery notification (Sensors) Note: The administrator receives an SMS message when a Sensor battery is low. The message contains the Sensor name (for Sensors on zones 1 to 9) and the message ‘low battery’. The message for Sensors on zone 10 and above will be the Sensor number and the ‘low battery’ message.

SMS tamper notification (Sensors) Note: this feature applies to Sensors with a built-in tamper switch. You will receive a message if a Sensor is sabotaged. The message for Sensors on zones 1-9 shows the Sensor name and the message ‘tamper alarm’. The message for Sensors on zones 10 and above show the Sensor number and the ‘tamper alarm’ message.

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Arm & Disarm by free phone call To arm the alarm system by free phone call, call the SIM card telephone number in the Control Panel. When you hear the dial tone hang up. The Control Panel will be armed and will call you back with 2 rings to confirm.

Remote Control Remote Control overview LED Indicator

To disarm the alarm system by free phone call, call the SIM card telephone number. After 6 rings the system will terminate the call (the Control Panel won’t answer the call). The alarm system will not call you back this time and will be disarmed.

Arm Disarm

Home Mode (Part-arm)

SOS button

IMPORTANT: To arm or disarm the alarm system make sure that voicemail is disabled on the SIM card of the alarm system.

Connect additional Wireless Accessories & RFID Tags

Arm

Connect additional Wireless Sensors The included sensors are already paired with the Control Panel by default. To pair an additional PIR Sensor refer to the instructions on page 36. To pair an additional Door/Window Sensor refer to page 40.

Press

Connect additional RFID Tags

alarm system is armed.

Enter the password and press the

to arm the alarm system. The LED indicator

will light up and the Siren will beep once to confirm the

button on the Control Panel. The button lights up.

Hold an RFID Tag in front of the blue circle on the Control Panel. When you hear a beep from the Control Panel the RFID Tag is paired successfully. If you hear the Control Panel beep twice the RFID Tag has already been paired.

Disarm

Press

to disarm the alarm system. The LED indicator

will light up and the Siren will beep twice to confirm the IMPORTANT: The RFID will only function when the Control Panel is connected to mains power.

alarm system is disarmed.

Connect and delete Wireless Sirens The Siren is an additional accessory. Press the connect button on the Siren Unit for 0.5 seconds. The Siren will beep once and its LED starts to flash. Now press the arm button on the Control Panel. You will hear a single beep when paired successfully. To delete the Siren hold the connect button on the Siren for about 5 seconds until a double beep is heard. The Control Panel is now deleted from the Siren.

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Home Mode (Part-arm)

Pet Friendly PIR Sensor Press . All sensors in the normal group will be armed. All sensors in the home group will be inactive. This means you can part arm the house.

PIR Sensor overview

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Mute Mode

1. Detection windows 2. LED indicator 3. Wall mount

Press and hold the button for 1 second, and then press or within 3 seconds. The alarm system will be armed or disarmed without the external siren making any noise. The alarm system can be controlled without disturbing neighbours.

LED Indicator Emergency Call Blink continuously Blink once Blink twice Pressing the SOS button on the Remote Control will activate the alarm immediately (whether the system is armed or disarmed). The Siren will sound at the Control Panel and external Siren (if fitted).

: Motion Sensor performs a self-testing : Motion detected : 3 minutes testing is finished, enters power saving mode. : Low battery indication, please change the batteries immediately

Note: When the PIR battery level is low the Sensor will send an SMS message to the administrator for notification.

Connect a new Remote Control Enter the password on the Control Panel and press light up.

the button. The

button will

Press a button on the Remote Control to connect with the Control Panel. The Control Panel will beep once when paired successfully. It will beep twice if it has already been paired.

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PIR Sensor (back)

PIR Sensor (inside)

Test Mode LED ON / OFF Jumper Switch

Infrared Sensor After self-testing, press the test button once. The PIR Sensor will emit a detection signal (LED flash once). The Sensor will stay in that mode for 3 minutes and detect a movement every 10 seconds.

Tamper Switch

Test button

Power Saving Mode Infrared Sensor

Group Setting

Infrared Sensors

When the PIR detects motion 2 times in 3 minutes it automatically goes into power saving mode. When no movement is detected in the next 3 minutes it will set itself back to working mode. During the 3 minutes the Sensor won’t be activated and will not send a signal to the Control Panel.

The Infrared Sensors detect movement. These Sensors must therefore always be clean. Do not touch the Sensor!

Tamper Switch

Connecting PIR Sensors IMPORTANT: When pairing a PIR Sensor to the Control Panel make sure other Sensors are not triggered. Cover other Sensors or put them temporarily in a room where there is no movement.

When opening the housing of the PIR Sensor the tamper switch will be triggered and the Sensor will send a signal to the Control Panel.

LED On/Off

Enter the password on the Control Panel and press the button. The button will light up. Now press the test button at the back of the PIR Sensor twice. The Control Panel will beep once when pairing is successful. If the system beeps twice, this means that the Sensor has already been paired.

The LED indicator at the front of the PIR Sensor can be turned off by moving the J2 bridge inside the PIR from the top two pins to the bottom two (indicated as ‘OFF’).

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Installing a PIR Sensor

PIR Sensor Test Mode

Avoid installing the Sensor directly facing a window, near air conditioning, heating, a refrigerator, oven, in direct sunlight and places where the temperature fluctuates. Also avoid placing two Sensors opposite each other; or within each others detection range.

1.

Once the Sensor is fully installed and active it can be tested. Press the test button once and walk from left to right or right to left in the room. The LED indicator will flash once when motion is detected.

2.

Adjust the angle of the Sensor if needed to obtain the best results.

3.

Repeat step 1 and 2 to test the new angle.

2.2m 0m 110°

Floor

4m

2m

6m

8m

2m

0m

Top view

Note: The ideal mounting height of the Sensor is 2.2 metres from the floor.

Mount the bracket using the screws supplied as shown in the figure on the left. Then place the Sensor in the bracket. Position the PIR to cover the required detection range. Test the operation of the PIR by putting it into test mode, as described on page 36.

Side view

Wireless Door/Window Magnetic Sensor Door/Window Sensor (front) LED Status Indicator

Side view

Top view

Transmitter

Magnet

IMPORTANT: If the PIR Sensor is used in a room where pets are permitted fit the Sensor vertical to the wall and do not tilt it downwards.

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LED Indicator Blink once Blink once per 3 seconds

: Door/window open detected : Low battery indication, please change the batteries immediately.

IMPORTANT: The triangle on the Transmitter and the triangle on the Magnet must face each other.

Connecting a Door/Window Sensor to the Control Panel Note: When the battery level is low the administrator will receive a SMS notification.

1. Make sure the Magnet is placed next to the Transmitter (within 1 centimetre) 2. Enter the password on the Control Panel and press 3. The

Door/Window Sensor (inside) When opening the housing of the door/window sensor the tamper switch will be triggered and it will send a signal.

Tamper switch

4. Separate the Transmitter and Magnet more than 1 centimetre from each other 5. The Sensor will be triggered The Control Panel will beep once when connection is successful. If the System beeps twice the Sensor has already been connected.

Group setting

If the Control Panel is set to Test Mode the Control Panel will beep only (it will not be triggered).

button

button will light up

AA 1.5V LR6

Electric Lock Output Installation tips The door/window sensor can be installed on doors, windows or any other objects that can be opened or closed. When installing on a window or door the transmitter (large part) should be applied to the frame and the Magnet to the window itself.

The connector of PUSH and GND of the Electric Lock must be connected to the output connector of PUSH and GND at the back of the Control Panel. Refer to diagram on page 8.

When disarming a system with an Electric Lock connected to the Control Panel, the Control Panel will send a signal and the lock will automatically open. The LED indicator will blink once when the transmitter and magnet are separated by more than one centimetre.

Note: A door which is equipped with an electric lock may open automatically if there is a power failure. It is suggested that a backup power supply should be fitted to an electric lock to ensure

The distance between the transmitter and magnet must not be over one centimetre in the closed position.

operation in the event of a power failure.

Apply both parts with the double-sided tape provided. Avoid placing the door/window contact in an area where there is a lot of metal present as this may affect performance. Always check if the LED indicator blinks when opening the door or window.

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Control Panel Installation

Technical Specifications Control Panel

Wall Mount

Desk Stand

Power Supply

12V DC 500mA

GSM Frequency

850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900MHz

Standby Current

≤ 110mA

Alarm Current

≤ 340mA

Transmitting Distance

≤ 80m(open area/no interface)

Back-up Batter y

Lithium-Ion batter y 3,7V 800mA BL-5B (2x)

Built-in Siren

95dB

Maximum Wireless Accessories

10 x Remote Control 50 x Sensor 50 x RFID Tag

Radio Frequency

433.92MHz

Housing Material

ABS plastic+Acr ylic

Temperature

-10 to +55 degrees celcius

Relative Humidity

≤ 80% (non-condensing)

Dimensions (LxWxH)

188 x 132 x 26 mm

Wall Mount When mounting the Control Panel to the wall, first install the wall mount using the screws supplied, then slide the Control Panel into the wall mount in an upward motion. The wall mount secures the tamper switch in place.

Desk Stand With the desk stand it is possible to place the Control Panel on a flat surface. The desk stand can be mounted on the Control Panel by sliding it upwards.

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Wireless PIR Motion Sensor

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Wireless Door/Window Magnetic Sensor

Power Supply

3V DC (2 x AA 1,5V LR6)

Power Supply

1,5V DC (1 x AA 1,5V LR6)

Standby Current

≤ 90uA

Standby Current

≤ 35uA

Alarm Current

≤ 9.5mA

Alarm Current

≤ 10mA

Detection Range

8 m / 110°

Wireless Transmitting Distance

≤ 80 m (open field/no interference)

Pet Immunity

≤ 25kg

Radio Frequency

433.92MHZ

Wireless Transmitting Distance

≤ 80 m (open field/no interference)

Housing Material

ABS plastic

Radio Frequency

433.92MHz

Temperature

-10 to +55 degrees celcius

Housing Material

ABS plastic

Relative Humidity

≤ 80% (non-condensing)

Temperature

-10 to +55 degrees celcius

Dimensions Transmitter

71 x 34 x 17.5 mm

Relative Humidity

≤ 80% (non-condensing)

Dimensions Magnet

51 x 12 x 13.5 mm

Dimensions Detector

108 x 52 x 36.8 mm

Dimensions Bracket

52 x 30 x 26.5 mm

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Wireless Remote Control

Troubleshooting

Power Supply

DC 3V (1 x CR2025 button cell batter y)

Transmit Current

≤ 7mA

Wireless Transmitting Distance

≤ 80 m (open field/no interference)

Radio Frequency

433.92MHz

Housing Material

ABS+PC plastic

Temperature

-10 to +55 degrees celcius

Relative Humidity

≤ 80% (non-condensing)

Dimensions

58 x 31 x 9.5mm

in the first instance check that all device batteries are operational.

Problems Control Panel doesn’t start up

Reason/Solution Confirm whether the power supply is connected correctly Make sure the power is on and the Control Unit is ‘ON’ Check whether the LED indicator on the Remote Control lights up when pressing each button

Remote Control doesn’t work

Check whether the Remote Control is paired to the Control Panel successfully The distance between the Control Panel and the Remote Control is too great

RFID Tag

Check whether the LED indicator lights up when magnetic separates from transmitter. If not - change the battery

Circuit

EM4100 CMOS

Radio Frequency

125KHz

Dimensions

30 x 30 x 6mm

Door/Window Sensor doesn’t work

Check whether the system is in armed state Check the space between the magnet and the transmitter is within 1 centimetre Press the test button of the Sensor continuously in armed state. If the Control Panel does not alarm, please re-pair the PIR to the Control Panel

Electrical products should not be discarded with household products. According to the European Directive 2002/96/EC on waste electrical and electronic equipment and its implementation into national law, electrical products used must be collected separately and disposed of at collection points provided for this purpose.

Door/window Sensor is too far away from the Control Panel

PIR Sensor is triggered but the Control Panel doesn’t alarm

The Sensor is too far away from the Control Panel Check if the Sensor has entered a sleeping state

For recycling advice speak to your Local Authority or Supplier. Check if the battery is exhausted CAUTION: RISK OF DAMAGE IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT BATTERY TYPE. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.

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Troubleshooting Make sure the SIM card is inserted correctly Insert the SIM card prior to powering up The Control Panel doesn’t respond to SMS instruction

Check that the SIM card is to the correct GSM standard Check that the SIM card has credit available Check that the SIM card has enabled Caller ID Display function, text function Check that the alarm notification number has been Stored correctly

Alarm activation phone calls not received

After alarm activation do not disarm the system immediately otherwise the system will stop calling

SMS notification not sent when swiping RFID Tags Sensors, Remote Controls and other Accessories don’t respond after the Control Panel is repositioned Message: ‘SMS phone number is unauthorized.”

GSM Network indicator blinks

Check if RFID SMS notification number and RFID Tags names are stored

The tamper switch could have been pressed three times whilst moving the Control Panel resulting in the connection between the Control Panel and the Accessories being cleared. Try re-linking the Accessories to the Control Panel

Check that the SIM card has enabled Caller ID Display function. Check that the mobile phone number is set as alarm number When the GSM Network Indicator blinks once per second the network is being searched. When the indicator blinks once every two seconds a network has been found.

Check that the SIM card has available credit No sound when sending out alarm

Check that the Control Panel volume is set to ‘mute’; Reset alarm ring volume by SMS or App

Door/Window Sensor battery lifespan

The Door Sensor has one AA battery, and its service life is approximately 8-12 months. For example: where a property is unoccupied during the day, its standby time is 12 months; properties with a constant flow of people, the battery life may be reduced to around 8 months

PIR Sensor battery lifespan

No response when swiping RFID Tag

The PIR Sensor has two AA batteries whose service life is approximately 8-12 months. For example: where a property is unoccupied during the day, its standby time is 12 months; properties with a constant flow of people opening and closing doors frequently, the battery life may be reduced to around 8 months

Motion Sensor doesn’t seem to work properly

External Solar Siren doesn’t beep on arm and disarm

When the PIR Sensor is triggered 2 times in 3 minutes it automatically goes into power saving mode. When no movement has been detected in the next 3 minutes it will set itself in the normal mode. During these 3 minutes the Sensor will not be active and a signal will not be sent to the Control Panel, if motion is detected within the 3 minutes power saving mode will be extended. If the External Solar Siren is used in conjunction with a G5 Control Panel, it will only beep when armed/disarmed from the Remote Control or additional Keypad, otherwise the confirmation beeps will come from the Control Panel only.

RFID function can be used only after the Control Panel is connected to the power adapter Check that the RFID Tag is paired to the Control Panel. If not pair it again

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Cautions

Warranty Terms

Always follow the instructions in the manual. Incorrect or improper uses of the device may result in injury.

The one year warranty applies to all miGuard products unless otherwise specified at

Any repairs must be carried out by a miGuard Authorised Repair Centre.

supplies, batteries, antennas and all other products integrated in or directly connected

the time of purchase. When buying a second-hand miGuard product the product warranty remains measured from the time it was bought by the original owner. Power with the main product or products that may reasonably be assumed to have a different

Misuse of or attempted repairs to any component part of the product will invalidate the warranty.

wear pattern than the main product are therefore not covered by the miGuard guarantee. The warranty does not apply to incorrect or improper use, external influences and/or opening of the housing has been undertaken by parties other than

Note: Operating and installation manuals are made with the utmost care. Due to new technological developments, we cannot guarantee that this manual contains the latest product information or technical data.

MiGuard.

Note: If you experience problems following the printed instructions, always visit our website www.responseelectronics.com where the most recent manual is available for download.

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Notes

Download the G5 Alarm App

Sensor

Sensor type

Zone 1

Door/window Sensor

Zone 2

Motion Sensor

Group Name

Normal Home

24/7

Single

Zone 3 Zone 4 Zone 5 Zone 6 Zone 7 Zone 8 Zone 9 Zone 10 Zone 11 Zone 12 Zone 13 Zone 14 Zone 15 Zone 16

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