The Advent Controls GSM Diallers are a good fit for the Honeywell Intellisense 800 Series Burglar Alarm Panels.
The simplest installation is with our A3, A4 or A5 GSM Dialler and SMS Sender Systems available here Advent Ax Diallers
A3 Dialer Simple Wiring Guide
The Input A terminal is connected to the “-S” (bell -ve) terminal. This triggers the dialler when the bell sounds. The AUX +/- terminals go to the VINA and GND terminals respectively.
The basic setup required is shown below. These messages are sent to the phone by the adminstrator (master) mobile phone:
master <your number>. ;this sets your phone number up as the admin number
callnum <1st number to dial>. ;this adds a number for dialing to the system
textnum <1st number to text>. ;this adds a number for receiving messages
Once the master number has been added remove the jumper.
If you would like to customise the message the recipients receive send the following:
customA the alarm is sounding. ;you must add a full stop
If you would also like to know when the alarm stops send:
customAL the alarm is sounding.
customAH the alarm has stoppped.
Arming the Alarm with a GSM Dialer
If you would also like to arm the alarm using the Advent Controls A3/A4 or A5 GSM Alarm Diallers you can connect the on-board relay to the zone 8 terminals using the COM and NC relay connections.
To arm the alarm the SIM card telephone number is dialled from any user number. You can also set the alarm by sending “On 1” from any registered phone.
To enable this mode on your Honeywell Intellisense 800L Alarm Panel (manual available here) zone 8 must be set up as a keyswitch input as follows:
On the alarm panel, to enter engineering mode, enter the engineering code and then press the #(HASH) key. This forces the panel into engineering mode Note: If left unattended for approximately 60 seconds it will revert to day mode.
To program zone 8 as a “Keyswitch” enter – 4 8 4 *
Intellisense Wiring Diagram with Zone Monitoring
If you would like to monitor individual zones the Advent Controls D4 GSM Dialler System is required. This Cellular Alarm Dialler PCB is able to monitor individual zones by measuring the voltage on the switched zone terminal. When the zone is triggered the voltage rises above zero. To initiate calling and SMS messaging the upper trigger voltage must be set below the maximum voltage this zone reaches when the sensor triggers. Typically this voltage should be set to 2V as follows:
vupper1 2.0 ;this sets the trigger voltage to 2V for Analogue Channel 1
If this does not trigger the unit when the zone is active ensure the correct terminal is wired in (one of the two zone terminals will be a 0V terminal – the other a switched trigger terminal).
The voltage on the zone can be monitored at any time using the STATUS command.