GSM Dialer/SMS Sender to Texecom Premier Elite 24 Alarm

Connection to the Texecom Premier Elite Series of Alarm panels is very straight forward requiring only 3 connections to be made.

Texecom Premier Elite to GSM Dialer SMS Sender

Texecom Premier Elite 24 Wiring Diagram

To power the GSM Dialer you can use the auxiliary output on your Texecom panel.  The positive (+) terminal is connected to one of the VIN terminals (the lower one is best as it has on-board thermal fuse protection) and the negative (-) terminal to GND on the GSM Dialer PCB.  You then connect the ‘BELL’ (bell -ve) terminal to input A or B.

With the Premier Elite range of alarms there is an additional output connection you can wire to the dialer’s second input.  This can be setup using the Texecom menu to send an SMS message for various events.  Below is a summary of the various messages that can be sent to the user/engineer.  You must setup specific recipients for that input i.e. when using input B:

textnumB 07xxxxxxxxx.

And what you would like the message to say:

customB SERVICE REQUIRED.  (Output option 8)

Advent Controls

The GSM Dialler is available from our online shop here

GSM Dialer

GSM Alarm Auto-dialer

00 – ATS Path Fault
This output type activates when a fault is detected with the Alarm Transmission System and deactivates when the fault is cleared.
01 – Mains Power Off
This output type activates when no AC Mains is detected on the control panel and deactivates when mains is detected.
02 – Aux Fuse Blown
This output type activates when the Auxiliary fuse (F1) fails and deactivates when the system is reset.
03 – Bell Tamper
This output type activates when the control panel Bell tamper or an expander input (programmed as Bell tamper) is activated, causing a Tamper alarm on the system, and deactivates when the Tamper alarm is reset.
04 – Auxiliary Tamper
This output type activates when the control panel Aux tamper or an expander input (programmed as Auxiliary tamper) is activated, causing a Tamper alarm on the system, and deactivates when the Tamper alarm is reset.
05 – Panel Lid Tamper
This output type activates whenever the panel cover is removed, causing a Tamper alarm on the system, and deactivates when the Tamper alarm is reset.
06 – Engineer Working
This output type activates whenever an Engineer code is entered to access the programming menu and deactivates when the engineer logs off.
07 – Confirm Devices
This output type activates when the control panel requires devices to be confirmed and deactivates when the devices are confirmed (see page 117 for details).
08 – Service Required
This output type activates when the ‘Service Interval’ timer expires and deactivates when an Engineer code is entered (see page 62 for details).
09 – Bell Fuse Blown
This output type activates when the control panel bell fuse (F4) fails and deactivates when the system is reset.
10 – Battery Fault
This output type activates when the system detects a fault with the stand-by battery, and deactivates when the fault clears.
11 – Battery Test On
This output type activates when the ‘Battery Test’ starts, and deactivates when the test expires (see page 62 for details).
12 – Courtesy Light
This output type activates when the ‘Courtesy’ timer starts, and deactivates when the timer expires (see page 62 for details).
13 – System Open
This output type activates when all areas are unarmed, and deactivates when any area is armed.
14 – Fully Arm
This output type activates when the system is fully armed and deactivates when the system is disarmed.
15 – Digi Failed
This output type activates when the plug-on communicator fails to report to the Alarm Receiving Centre (after 3 dialling attempts), and deactivates the next time the communicator successfully reports to the Alarm Receiving Centre.
16 – Digi Successful
This output type activates when the plug-on communicator successfully reports to the Alarm Receiving Centre and deactivates the next time the communicator is triggered.
17 – Digi Active
This output type activates when the plug-on communicator is triggered and deactivates when the communicator shuts down.

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