We have a simpler wiring diagram for basic connection available here. The above diagram allows for controlling the alarm via your phone and monitoring it’s status. 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 terminal to input A.
For switching the alarm on and off you wire the output relay to zone 8 using the NC&COM terminals (either way around). To monitor the status of the alarm you connect the SW terminal to input B.
To program the dialer the following commands are sent:
master <your number>. This gives you control of the dialler
callnuma <number 1 etc…>. This sets the numbers to call when the alarm sounds
textnum <numbers>. This sets the numbers to text when the alarm sounds or is set
textnuma <numbers>. This is just for when the alarm sounds (a)
textnumb <numbers>. This would be just for when the alarm is set/unset (b)
To get a message when the alarms starts and stops send:
To get a message when the alarm is set and unset:
To program the Veritas Panel zone 8 must be set as a key-switch input:
From the Programming Menu, press # followed by the
zone number (8). The Zone Type currently selected will
indicate i.e. Entry/Exit.
Press the Zone Type number required – in this case 8 (keyswitch). Press PROG.
The system will chime to confirm the new Zone Type has
The defaults settings will be correct for the SW output.
The GSM Dialler is available from our online shop here