What is the default username and password of the DVR?

All DVR’s sold are supplied with factory default username and password.

The default username is: admin

The default password is blank. That is leave it empty.

Depending on the DVR your have. Some user interfaces will immediately go into the menu after clicking on OK. Some DVR’s you have to re access the menu.

If you cannot access the DVR, You will have to take back the DVR to your supplier with original invoice.

Please note that their will be a waiting period as well as a charge, to reset the password.

 

How can you playback recorded files?

Select a date you wish to playback > search > then select a time

My DVR says “No HDD found”

Please return the DVR back to your supplier with original invoice.

 

Which App should i use for remote viewing on the cloud?

Please first refer to the manual supplied with the DVR.

Every DVR supplier has their own proprietary APP.

Our DVR’s use Eseenet+ and IP PRO

The app is supported on IOS and Android devices.

Sometimes the device maybe incompatible due to the device being old. Ensure you have the lastest firmware update on your Smartphone/Smartpad.

If you using an Android device:

Go to your Play Store

Download the app called Eseenet + or IP Pro.

If you are using IOS device:

Go to your App Store

Download the app called Eseenet + or IP Pro.

 

Can the system be used indoor and outdoor?

We have cameras that are suitable for outside and we have cameras that are suitable for inside.

Why can I not hear audio on my DVR?

In order to hear audio please make sure that audio is enabled, Your Mic is installed. You then have to click on the required channel i.e. if your audio microphone is connected to audio input 1, you need to select channel  so it is full screen you then will be able to hear audio. If you wish to hear the audio when playing back files you also have to click on a channel to make it full screen. Also ensure that your are using the HDMI port and that the HDMI input is selected on your TV.

 

How to connect the microphone to the DVR?

The microphones need to be connected into the audio input port these are under the camera channels. The microphone would only work with a channel that is being used e.g. put the microphone in channel 1 with camera in channel 1

How to connect the camera to the DVR?

If you are using ready made cable, Ensure you use Male connector for the Camera. The female side connects to the power supply.

The remaining video connectors will connect to the camera and the DVR.

Does the camera have night vision?

Most cameras have infrared lights, which allows your camera to have night vision.

Does the DVR overwrite once the drive is full?

Yes, by default the DVR overwrites the data starting from the oldest files.

How do you set-up email?

You need to ensure that you have the correct SMTP server settings from your e-mail provider. Then enter them into the DVR.

Please note that the speed of email delivery is dependent on the speed of your internet connection and the speed at which your service provider delivers the e-mail message to the recipient.

How to connect the DVR to my TV or my Monitor?

The Monitor has a VGA input. Connect a VGA cable from the VGA output of your DVR to the VGA input of your Monitor.

If you would like to connect the DVR to your TV, it will depend on which Video input you would like to use on your TV. Most Newer TV’s have a RCA input, VGA input and HDMI input.

RCA input is the lowest viewing quality, VGA is medium viewing quality, and HDMI is highest viewing quality.

If you would like to view using the RCA input, Connect a RCA cable from the RCA output of your DVR to the RCA input of the TV.

If you would like to view using the VGA input, Connect a VGA cable from the VGA output of your DVR to the VGA input of the TV.

If you would like to view using the HDMI  input, Connect a HDMI cable from the HDMI output of your DVR to the HDMI input of the TV.

Please note:  Some DVR models only have one video output, or multiple video outputs.

If your model has multiple video outputs i.e RCA, VGA, HDMI, you can use all three simultaneously at the same time.

How do you setup motion detection?

DVRs can record footage from the surveillance cameras in a number of different ways. The most popular is motion recording. This means when the DVR detects movement on a camera that camera’s footage will be recorded onto the hard drive of the DVR.  Motion recording tends to maximise hard drive storage space because the DVR is only recording when it detects activity.

How do you restore the DVR to default settings?

Before resetting the DVR to default settings, please memorize the language section, and how to change the language operating system. On some DVR’s, when you restore factory default setting, the DVR is defaulted to Chinese.

How do you playback recorded files?

Access the menu. Go to Playback. Select the Channel or Channels you want to view. On some DVR’s, the DVR will only allow a maximum of 4 Channels for playback. Select the recording mode type (Leave it all ticked). Enter the date, Enter the start time and end time. Click Search. Choose the Channel or channels you wish to view. Click Play.

How do I choose the correct camera for my application?

Factors to consider:

  • The type of Camera technology to use.
  • The camera location.
  • Will the camera be situated Indoors / Outdoors.
  • The amount or variance of light conditions for the digital CCTV camera: Will the camera have to record in low-light conditions such as at night?
  • The Field of View required for the camera: How wide or narrow an angle of vision is required.
  • The Focal Length – How far away objects you wish to record will be from the camera.
  • Your budget.

We recommend you visit us for a tailored solution.

What happens if there is power outage?

Most DVRs will switch back on as soon as the power is restored. However, we suggest an uninterruptable power supply (UPS) which provides a short period of backup power and also serves as a surge protection device.

What is the maximum distance I can run 12 Volt DC when powering a camera?

This is a commonly asked question and there is no simple answer. Some manufacturers may recommend that their cameras can be run over (X) distance with (Y) cable. This however should still be considered as a general guide. Cable conductor size, the installation route, the power supply power output, the Camera power usage,  must also be taken into consideration. If you are unsure, we would recommend that you contact us for guidance.

What type of cable should I use?

Siamese cable, which is an RG59 coaxial cable and a pair of 18 gauge wire in the same jacket to make installation easy. Check out our cables page and find the length you need.

What is a ground loop?

An AC current that can be produced in a cable. This is usually caused by parts of the system being fed from different electrical sources resulting in different earth potentials at each end. The result is interference on the signal, usually in the form of dark bands across the monitor and on occasion tearing in the top third of the image. This can be resolved using a Ground loop isolator, or multiple ground loop isolators.

Can I zoom in with a camera?

Yes, but you need a special camera called a Pan-Tilt-Zoom or PTZ camera.

What kind of internet do I need? How much bandwidth?

The recommended upload speed is 2 Mbps and download speed is 2 Mbps.

Can more than one user view the site at once? Can several users view one site at once?

Most Internet-enabled Security DVR systems allow multiple users to view the same site simultaneously. However, as more people look at the same cameras/DVR at the same time, the bandwidth will be shared between them.

What can I do if my Hard Drive has failed, getting error message ” No HDD found”?

Indicators the Hard Drive on your DVR may have failed

Here are a few examples of situations that may indicate your hard drive has failed.

  • If you found that your mouse pointer has frozen, or you cannot access or navigate the menu.
  • If you try to access recorded video surveillance footage and you cannot find any video in the history or playback section of your DVR.
  • When DVR’s boot-up there is a “test” phase that they run through to check for any errors prior to going into the programmed recording mode. If the DVR is stalling during this phase it could indicate a problem with the hard drive.
  • If you cannot access the remote viewing of the DVR

Complete the following steps

  • When the DVR is powered down, Remove the cover from the DVR.
  • Inside the DVR you will find 2 main components, One is the Motherboard, the other is the SATA Hard drive.
  • At the back of the SATA Hard drive you will see 2 connectors. Please remove both of them from the back of the hard drive.
  • Now reboot the DVR again.
  • Did the DVR boot up fine this time?
  • Are you able to navigate around the DVR’s menu without issue?

If you answered yes to these questions then you need to replace your DVR’s Hard drive. Please visit us to find a range of Hard Drives we sell. Bring along the DVR with your Hard Drive and Original invoice. We can double check the functionality of the Hard drive, And if you need a replacement. We can assist in installing the new hard drive.

How to edit the message of a Zone on GSM Alarm

You can have 9 Messages, Each message can be allocated to a zone
To edit the message

Programming password “Message Number””Custom SMS”
88881************
88882************
88883************
Etc.

Then assign the message to the zone

Example to zone 1 using message 3
8888*913*
Example zone 4 using messsage 2

8888*942*

GSM Alarm – Setting up the wired zones to NO/NC

*7 L1 L2 L3 L4*

“1” Refers to NO

“0” refers to NC

Example: To change Wired zone 2 to NC and keep the other zones NO

SMS command: 8888*71011*

 

Command to change all the zones to NC

SMS Command: 8888*7*

 

Command to change all the zone to NO

SMS command: 8888*71111*

HDMI non ready made connector configuration

Pink (B) 19 (W) 17
Silver (B) 1 (W) 3
BLue (B) 4 (W) 6
Orange (B) 7 (W) 9
Purple (B) 10 (W) 12

Red 16

Yellow/Orange 15

Blue 18

Copper 20

White 13

 

4.7 GSM Alarm AN567315 – How to change zone 7 to N/C

Send the following SMS message to the GSM sim card.

0 = N/C
1 = N/O

8888*70111*

1.1 GSM Alarm CJ176433 – Initial Setup

  1. Ensure power cable is plugged in.
  2. Ensure GSM aerial is plugged in
  3. Ensure SIM card is installed and fitted correctly
  4. Ensure SIM card has Air time and SMS time
  5. Ensure Their is no password on the SIM card
  6. Ensure that the GSM alarm has a cellphone signal. The GSM alarm light will flicker every 3 seconds, if it is a continuous flicker, it means it has not found a cellphone signal, try switch on and switch off the GSM Alarm. try relocation the GSM alarm, try another SIM card.
  7. Once the GSM Alarm has a signal, Phone the GSM Sim card number, and wait for the GSM alarm to answer, if it does answer, hangup and carry on with the SMS setup configurations.

1.1 GSM Alarm AN576315 – Initial Setup

  • Ensure power cable is plugged in.
  • Ensure GSM aerial is plugged in
  • Ensure SIM card is installed and fitted correctly.
  • Ensure SIM card has Air time and SMS time.
  • Ensure Their is no password on the SIM card.
  • Ensure that the GSM alarm has a cellphone signal. The GSM alarm light will flicker every 3 seconds, if it is a continuous flicker, it means it has not found a cellphone signal, try switch on and switch off the GSM Alarm. try relocation the GSM alarm, try another SIM card.
  • Once the GSM Alarm has a signal, Phone the GSM Sim card number, and wait for the GSM alarm to answer, if it does answer, hangup and carry on with the SMS setup configurations.

2.1 GSM Alarm CJ176433 -To configure the 1st number to call

To configure the first number to call. Example: GSM to call **********
Replace the * with cell phone number you want it to call

SMS the following message to the GSM Sim Card no.

8888#51**********#
When sent correctly, the GSM will respond with Successful” Message

Trigger the alarm to test that the GSM alarm will call the 1st phone number.

N.B. Ensure the GSM alarm has signal, The sim card has air time and sms time.

2.2 GSM Alarm CJ176433 -To configure the 2nd number to call

To configure the second number to call. Example: GSM to call **********
Replace the * with cell phone number you want it to call

SMS the following message to the GSM Sim Card no.

8888#52**********#
When sent correctly, the GSM will respond with Successful” Message

Trigger the alarm to test that the GSM alarm will call the 1st and 2nd phone number.

N.B. Ensure the GSM alarm has signal, The sim card has air time and sms time.

2.1 GSM Alarm AN576315 – To configure Alarm to call 1st number

To configure the first number to call. Example: GSM to call **********

Replace ********** with the cellphone number you want the GSM to call.

SMS the following message to the GSM Sim Card no.

8888#1**********#

When sent correctly, the GSM will respond with the “Phone Number”.

 

2.3 GSM Alarm CJ176433 -To configure the 3rd number to call

To configure the 3rd number to call. Example: GSM to call **********
Replace the * with cell phone number you want it to call

SMS the following message to the GSM Sim Card no.

8888#53**********#
When sent correctly, the GSM will respond with “Successful” Message

Trigger the alarm to test that the GSM alarm will call the 1st, 2nd and 3rd phone number.

N.B. Ensure the GSM alarm has signal, The sim card has air time and sms time.

2.2 GSM Alarm AN576315 – To configure Alarm to call 2nd number

To configure the 2nd number to call. Example: GSM to call **********

Replace ********** with the cellphone number you want the GSM to call.

SMS the following message to the GSM Sim Card no.

8888#2**********#

When sent correctly, the GSM will respond with the “Phone Number”.

 

2.3 GSM Alarm AN576315 – To configure Alarm to call 3rd number

To configure the 3rd number to call. Example: GSM to call **********

Replace ********** with the cellphone number you want the GSM to call.

SMS the following message to the GSM Sim Card no.

8888#3**********#

When sent correctly, the GSM will respond with the “Phone Number”.

 

2.4 GSM Alarm CJ176433 -To configure the 4th number to call

To configure the fourth number to call. Example: GSM to call **********
Replace the * with cell phone number you want it to call

SMS the following message to the GSM Sim Card no.

8888#54**********#
When sent correctly, the GSM will respond with “Successful” Message

Trigger the alarm to test that the GSM alarm will call the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and fourth phone number.

N.B. Ensure the GSM alarm has signal, The sim card has air time and sms time.

2.5 GSM Alarm CJ176433 -To configure the 5th number to call

To configure the fifth number to call. Example: GSM to call **********
Replace the * with cell phone number you want it to call

SMS the following message to the GSM Sim Card no.

8888#55**********#
When sent correctly, the GSM will respond with “Successful” Message

Trigger the alarm to test that the GSM alarm will call the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th phone number.

N.B. Ensure the GSM alarm has signal, The sim card has air time and sms time.

2.4 GSM Alarm AN576315 – To configure Alarm to call 4th number

To configure the 4th number to call. Example: GSM to call **********

Replace ********** with the cellphone number you want the GSM to call.

SMS the following message to the GSM Sim Card no.

8888#4**********#

When sent correctly, the GSM will respond with the “Phone Number”.

 

2.6 GSM Alarm CJ176433 -To configure the 6th number to call

To configure the 6th number to call. Example: GSM to call **********
Replace the * with cell phone number you want it to call

SMS the following message to the GSM Sim Card no.

8888#56**********#
When sent correctly, the GSM will respond with Successful” Message

Trigger the alarm to test that the GSM alarm will call the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th phone number.

N.B. Ensure the GSM alarm has signal, The sim card has air time and sms time.

2.5 GSM Alarm AN576315 – To configure Alarm to call 5th number

To configure the 5th number to call. Example: GSM to call **********

Replace ********** with the cellphone number you want the GSM to call.

SMS the following message to the GSM Sim Card no.

8888#5**********#

When sent correctly, the GSM will respond with the “Phone Number”.

 

3.1 GSM Alarm CJ176433 -To configure the 1st number to SMS

To configure the first number to SMS. Example: GSM to SMS **********
Replace the * with cell phone number you want it to call

SMS the following message to the GSM Sim Card no.

8888#57**********#
When sent correctly, the GSM will respond with “Successful” Message.

Trigger the alarm to test that the GSM alarm will SMS the 1st phone number.

N.B. Ensure the GSM alarm has signal, The sim card has air time and sms time.

2.6 GSM Alarm AN576315 – To configure Alarm to call 6th number

To configure the 6th number to call. Example: GSM to call **********

Replace ********** with the cellphone number you want the GSM to call.

SMS the following message to the GSM Sim Card no.

8888#6**********#

When sent correctly, the GSM will respond with the “Phone Number”.

 

3.2 GSM Alarm CJ176433 -To configure the 2nd number to SMS

To configure the 2nd number to SMS. Example: GSM to SMS **********
Replace the * with cell phone number you want it to call

SMS the following message to the GSM Sim Card no.

8888#58**********#
When sent correctly, the GSM will respond with “Successful” Message.

Trigger the alarm to test that the GSM alarm will SMS the 2nd phone number.

N.B. Ensure the GSM alarm has signal, The sim card has air time and sms time.

3.1 GSM Alarm AN576315 – To configure Alarm to SMS 1st number

To configure the first number to SMS. Example: GSM to SMS **********

Replace ********** with the cellphone number you want the GSM to call.

SMS the following message to the GSM Sim Card no.

8888#7**********#

When sent correctly, the GSM will respond with the “Phone Number”.

 

3.3 GSM Alarm CJ176433 -To configure the 3rd number to SMS

To configure the 3rd number to SMS. Example: GSM to SMS **********
Replace the * with cell phone number you want it to call

SMS the following message to the GSM Sim Card no.

8888#59**********#
When sent correctly, the GSM will respond with “Successful” Message.

Trigger the alarm to test that the GSM alarm will SMS the 3nd phone number.

N.B. Ensure the GSM alarm has signal, The sim card has air time and sms time.

3.2 GSM Alarm AN576315 – To configure Alarm to SMS 2nd number

To configure the 2nd number to SMS. Example: GSM to SMS **********

Replace ********** with the cellphone number you want the GSM to call.

SMS the following message to the GSM Sim Card no.

8888#8**********#

When sent correctly, the GSM will respond with the “Phone Number”.

 

4.1 GSM Alarm CJ176433 – How to Arm the Alarm via SMS

How to Arm the Alarm via SMS:

Send the following SMS message to the GSM Sim card no:

12341#

3.3 GSM Alarm AN576315 – To configure Alarm to SMS 3rd number

To configure the 3rd number to SMS. Example: GSM to SMS **********

Replace ********** with the cellphone number you want the GSM to call.

SMS the following message to the GSM Sim Card no.

8888#9**********#

When sent correctly, the GSM will respond with the “Phone Number”.

 

4.2 GSM Alarm CJ176433 – How to Disarm the Alarm via SMS

How to Disarm the Alarm via SMS:

Send the following SMS message to the GSM Sim card no:

12342#

4.1 GSM Alarm AN576315 – Arm via SMS

From Cellphone, Send SMS message to GSM Alarm Sim Card:

8888SF

4.2 GSM Alarm AN576315 – Disarm via SMS

From Cellphone, Send SMS message to GSM Alarm Sim Card:

8888CF

4.3 GSM Alarm AN576315 – Check Status via SMS

From Cellphone, Send SMS message to GSM Alarm Sim Card:

8888STATUS

4.4 GSM Alarm AN576315 – Set the Time via SMS

From cellphone, Send SMS message to GSM Sim card number:

*2AB#

A = Hour

B = Minutes

Example: Set time to 13:30

8888*21330#

N.B. do monthly check to ensure time is synced.

4.5 GSM Alarm AN576315 – Set Timer Arming via SMS

Description:

*3AABBC*

AA – Hour

BB – Minutes

C – Storage Location, 5 locations 1 – 5, 0 is cancel all settings

Example: Auto Arm every day at 17:40, stored in storage area 1

SMS the following message to GSM sim card number:

8888*312401*

4.6 GSM Alarm AN576315 – Set Timer Disrming via SMS

Description:

*4AABBC*

AA – Hour

BB – Minutes

C – Storage Location, 5 locations 1 – 5, 0 is cancel all settings

Example: Auto Arm every day at 17:40, stored in storage area 1

SMS the following message to GSM sim card number:

8888*312401*

4.1 How do you configure Zone 1 as an emergency zone and enable the siren?

How do you configure Zone 1 as an emergency zone and enable the siren?

SMS command:

8888*8131*

*8ABC*

A – Indicator the number of the defense zone

B – Indicated the type of defence zone

C – Indicates if you want to enable or disable the siren

 

A: Number of Defence zone: [1-6] corresponds to defence zone 1 to defense zone 6 respectively.

[7-0] (0 is Zone 10), corresponds to cable zone L1 – L4

B: Type of defence zone:

[0] Delete zone

[1] Real Time

[2] Intelligent defense area

[3] Emergency Zone

[4] Multi Checked defense area

[5] Delay-alarm defense area

[6] Repeat triggered defense area

[7] Doorbell

[8] Regional Call

C: Enable/Disable Siren: [0] sound-off, [1] Sound on

4.2 How do you configure Zone 2 as an emergency zone and enable the siren?

How do you configure Zone 2 as an emergency zone and enable the siren?

SMS command:

8888*8231*

 

Definitions:

*8ABC*

A – Indicator the number of the defense zone

B – Indicated the type of defense zone

C – Indicates if you want to enable or disable the siren

 

A: Number of Defence zone: [1-6] corresponds to defence zone 1 to defense zone 6 respectively.

[7-0] (0 is Zone 10), corresponds to cable zone L1 – L4

B: Type of defence zone:

[0] Delete zone

[1] Real Time

[2] Intelligent defense area

[3] Emergency Zone

[4] Multi Checked defense area

[5] Delay-alarm defense area

[6] Repeat triggered defense area

[7] Doorbell

[8] Regional Call

C: Enable/Disable Siren: [0] sound-off, [1] Sound on

4.3 How do you configure Zone 3 as an emergency zone and enable the siren?

How do you configure Zone 3 as an emergency zone and enable the siren?

SMS command:

8888*8331*

 

Definitions:

*8ABC*

A – Indicator the number of the defense zone

B – Indicated the type of defense zone

C – Indicates if you want to enable or disable the siren

 

A: Number of Defence zone: [1-6] corresponds to defence zone 1 to defense zone 6 respectively.

[7-0] (0 is Zone 10), corresponds to cable zone L1 – L4

B: Type of defence zone:

[0] Delete zone

[1] Real Time

[2] Intelligent defense area

[3] Emergency Zone

[4] Multi Checked defense area

[5] Delay-alarm defense area

[6] Repeat triggered defense area

[7] Doorbell

[8] Regional Call

C: Enable/Disable Siren: [0] sound-off, [1] Sound on

4.4 How do you configure Zone 4 as an emergency zone and enable the siren?

How do you configure Zone 4 as an emergency zone and enable the siren?

SMS command:

8888*8431*

 

Definitions:

*8ABC*

A – Indicator the number of the defense zone

B – Indicated the type of defense zone

C – Indicates if you want to enable or disable the siren

 

A: Number of Defence zone: [1-6] corresponds to defence zone 1 to defense zone 6 respectively.

[7-0] (0 is Zone 10), corresponds to cable zone L1 – L4

B: Type of defence zone:

[0] Delete zone

[1] Real Time

[2] Intelligent defense area

[3] Emergency Zone

[4] Multi Checked defense area

[5] Delay-alarm defense area

[6] Repeat triggered defense area

[7] Doorbell

[8] Regional Call

C: Enable/Disable Siren: [0] sound-off, [1] Sound on

4.5 How do you configure Zone 5 as an emergency zone and enable the siren?

How do you configure Zone 5 as an emergency zone and enable the siren?

SMS command:

8888*8531*

 

Definitions:

*8ABC*

A – Indicator the number of the defense zone

B – Indicated the type of defense zone

C – Indicates if you want to enable or disable the siren

 

A: Number of Defence zone: [1-6] corresponds to defence zone 1 to defense zone 6 respectively.

[7-0] (0 is Zone 10), corresponds to cable zone L1 – L4

B: Type of defence zone:

[0] Delete zone

[1] Real Time

[2] Intelligent defense area

[3] Emergency Zone

[4] Multi Checked defense area

[5] Delay-alarm defense area

[6] Repeat triggered defense area

[7] Doorbell

[8] Regional Call

C: Enable/Disable Siren: [0] sound-off, [1] Sound on

4.6 How do you configure Zone 6 as an emergency zone and enable the siren?

How do you configure Zone 6 as an emergency zone and enable the siren?

SMS command:

8888*8631*

 

Definitions:

*8ABC*

A – Indicator the number of the defense zone

B – Indicated the type of defense zone

C – Indicates if you want to enable or disable the siren

 

A: Number of Defence zone: [1-6] corresponds to defence zone 1 to defense zone 6 respectively.

[7-0] (0 is Zone 10), corresponds to cable zone L1 – L4

B: Type of defence zone:

[0] Delete zone

[1] Real Time

[2] Intelligent defense area

[3] Emergency Zone

[4] Multi Checked defense area

[5] Delay-alarm defense area

[6] Repeat triggered defense area

[7] Doorbell

[8] Regional Call

C: Enable/Disable Siren: [0] sound-off, [1] Sound on

4.7 How do you configure Zone 7 as an emergency zone and enable the siren?

How do you configure Zone 7 as an emergency zone and enable the siren?

SMS command:

8888*8731*

 

Definitions:

*8ABC*

A – Indicator the number of the defense zone

B – Indicated the type of defense zone

C – Indicates if you want to enable or disable the siren

 

A: Number of Defence zone: [1-6] corresponds to defence zone 1 to defense zone 6 respectively.

[7-0] (0 is Zone 10), corresponds to cable zone L1 – L4

B: Type of defence zone:

[0] Delete zone

[1] Real Time

[2] Intelligent defense area

[3] Emergency Zone

[4] Multi Checked defense area

[5] Delay-alarm defense area

[6] Repeat triggered defense area

[7] Doorbell

[8] Regional Call

C: Enable/Disable Siren: [0] sound-off, [1] Sound on

4.8 How do you configure Zone 8 as an emergency zone and enable the siren?

How do you configure Zone 8 as an emergency zone and enable the siren?

SMS command:

8888*8831*

 

Definitions:

*8ABC*

A – Indicator the number of the defense zone

B – Indicated the type of defense zone

C – Indicates if you want to enable or disable the siren

 

A: Number of Defence zone: [1-6] corresponds to defence zone 1 to defense zone 6 respectively.

[7-0] (0 is Zone 10), corresponds to cable zone L1 – L4

B: Type of defence zone:

[0] Delete zone

[1] Real Time

[2] Intelligent defense area

[3] Emergency Zone

[4] Multi Checked defense area

[5] Delay-alarm defense area

[6] Repeat triggered defense area

[7] Doorbell

[8] Regional Call

C: Enable/Disable Siren: [0] sound-off, [1] Sound on

4.9 How do you configure Zone 9 as an emergency zone and enable the siren?

How do you configure Zone 9 as an emergency zone and enable the siren?

SMS command:

8888*8931*

 

Definitions:

*8ABC*

A – Indicator the number of the defense zone

B – Indicated the type of defense zone

C – Indicates if you want to enable or disable the siren

 

A: Number of Defence zone: [1-6] corresponds to defence zone 1 to defense zone 6 respectively.

[7-0] (0 is Zone 10), corresponds to cable zone L1 – L4

B: Type of defence zone:

[0] Delete zone

[1] Real Time

[2] Intelligent defense area

[3] Emergency Zone

[4] Multi Checked defense area

[5] Delay-alarm defense area

[6] Repeat triggered defense area

[7] Doorbell

[8] Regional Call

C: Enable/Disable Siren: [0] sound-off, [1] Sound on

4.10 How do you configure Zone 10 as an emergency zone and enable the siren?

How do you configure Zone 10 as an emergency zone and enable the siren?

SMS command:

8888*8031*

 

Definitions:

*8ABC*

A – Indicator the number of the defense zone

B – Indicated the type of defense zone

C – Indicates if you want to enable or disable the siren

 

A: Number of Defence zone: [1-6] corresponds to defence zone 1 to defense zone 6 respectively.

[7-0] (0 is Zone 10), corresponds to cable zone L1 – L4

B: Type of defence zone:

[0] Delete zone

[1] Real Time

[2] Intelligent defense area

[3] Emergency Zone

[4] Multi Checked defense area

[5] Delay-alarm defense area

[6] Repeat triggered defense area

[7] Doorbell

[8] Regional Call

C: Enable/Disable Siren: [0] sound-off, [1] Sound on