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1 Make your premises an Oasis of security Oasis_EN_1010_c1

2 A solution for your security & comfort...

3 Oasis is a wireless kit Control Panel Sirens Keypads RFID cards

4 Wireless detectors Motion detection Fire & Gas Glass-break detectors Window, door opening.. Temperature

5 Wireless buttons Door bell Panic Wall-mount button Key-fob Wireless relay

6 Basic features 50 addresses for wireless devices (detectors, RC, keypads and sirens) 50 positions for user codes or/and proxy cards 4 wired inputs in the control panel ( plus inputs in keypad and detectors) –(additional 10 inputs via JA-82C module) Lithium batteries – calculated lifetime 3 years 868 MHz operating frequency Grade 2 by the EN standard (medium risk)

7 JK- 82 Kit Set-up your system from individual items or just use the starter kit..

8 JK-82 consists of: Control panel with GSM communicator Wireless keypad PIR detector Magnetic detector Indoor siren Key fob Wireless door bell button Proximity card Accessories (batteries etc.)

9 Kit installation

10 Service mode after powering up A: Enrollment of more devices key 1 and connect batteries, exit with # key 1 and connect batteries, exit with # B: Communication quality test key 298 (turns on signal measurement) key 298 (turns on signal measurement) arrow keys scroll devices arrow keys scroll devices device triggering = signal from 1/4 to 4/4 device triggering = signal from 1/4 to 4/4 # returns you to Service mode # returns you to Service mode C: GSM signal strength test key 922 key 922 return to Service mode by # return to Service mode by # Each signal should be at least 2/4

11 Service mode after powering up A: Enrollment of more devices By keying in production code (on keypad or computer By keying in production code (on keypad or computer) By enrollment By enrollment Press 1 to open enrollment (*08080 for the service mode) Scroll to desired position Insert battery to enroll the item Erase the position by holding key 2 in enrollment Enrollment can also be opened by shorting the reset pins

12 Optional antennas AN-80 AN-81 Can be used with control panel and UC-82 receiver

13 JA-80Z Repeater Repeats RF signals of up to 40 enrolled items Working range can be enhanced up to 2x Shows signal strength of enrolled items Hardware of JA-82K + JA-82R Two-way communication with the control panel - copy PGX, PGY, EW, IW outputs Hardwired inputs TMP, INP JA-80F, JA-84P, JA-80A cannot be enrolled

14 Wireless communication Robust protocol = reliability 1.Integrity check – Supervision 2.Code grabbing protection- Floating code 3.Code searching protection - Antiscan 4.Anti-jamming protection 5.Anti-collision protection 6.Diagnostics = to see communication quality

15 Programming After power-up first set language of the keypad and communicator Set other parameters - example: 98101EN communicator language 4 hh mm DD MM RR = clock 201Exit delay 10sec. 811„phone num“  0 = phone number The best way is to use Olink SW

16 299 enrollment of PGX to AC relay X 237 PGX function = on / off

17 Handover to the user Explain the basics (less = more) Always recheck that user understands ? ?

18 SET (arm) UNSET (disarm) Operating a key-fob Both buttons = PANIC

19 Keypad layout Alarm or fault SET A, B and C Power Details Setting (arming) Hot keys A, B & C PGX On / Off Detail reading

20 Let the user feel that (s)he is the master „Master“ card enrollment:  card Access card enrollment:  6, Master card, key nn, card Access code programming:  6, Master card, key nn, code To erase access code and card:  6, Master card, key nn, 0000 nn = user number 01 to 50 Each user can have code, card or both John 2375

21 Keypad operation Card / codeUnsetting / Setting ABCComplete setting APartial setting A (if used) BPartial setting B (if used) ?Status details (open windows, PG, faults) PGX on PGX off #Esc  Function

22  instructions  1 ABC arming(=ABC button)  2 A arming(=A button)  3 B arming(=B button)  4 Memory reading  5 Master code / card changing  6 Access code / card programming  7 Operating under duress  8 PGX control (  81/  80 = on/off or  8 = 2sec. pulse)  9 PGY control (  91/  90 = on/off or  9 = 2sec. pulse)  0 Service or Maintenance (  0 service or master code)

23 2 level partial arming C B A Key A A A A B B C Key B Key ABC Garage,... Garage + Garage + Ground floor Complete arming Set (armed) by: Example: Family house

24 Split system Code or card Brown If both A+B armed, then C also armed A C B AB AB Code or card Ward C Brown ARMED Ward ARMED Entire house armed incl. Common section C Example: Two families in a house, two offices.. Set (armed) by:

25 Communicator test Function test Knowing the SIM card tel. number Both buttons „Panic“ Panic alarm SMS

26 Remote access SET Arming UNSET Disarming STATUS Status checking MEMORY Last event memory checking PGX ON Turning PGX on PGX OFF Turning PGX off PGY ON Turning PGY on PGY OFF Turning PGX off „CODE space INSTRUCTION“ SMS instructions: „CODE space INSTRUCTION“ Phone call: Call and wait for the system to respond (after 5 rings) Enter a valid code (master, user or service) Operate the system… hang up at the end

27 The JA-82K control panel Modularity JA-82K control panel = 4 inputs JA-82R = radio JA-82C = 10 inputs 50 addresses for devices Wired inputs Wireless devices Enrollment via radio comm. or by keying in production codes 50 addresses for codes / cards Optional code + card configuration Mains power supply and battery Output 12V, 500mA Memory for the last 255 events Replaceable memory chip Alarm outputs: EW and IW Programmable outputs: PgX and PgY

28 Back up battery up to 18 Ah JA-82R radio module Communicator: 80X telephone line 80X telephone line 80Y GSM 80Y GSM 80V LAN + tel. line 80V LAN + tel. line Up to 30 wired inputs antenna Power transformer 1.1 A The JA-83K control panel

29 Hard-wired inputs Hard-wired inputs addresses 01 to 14 / 30 (can be switched off by DIP switch or by SW) Maximum of 5 detectors in a loop Double balanced - triggering and tampering Programmable reaction (Natural = delayed) Enrollment of a wireless device to address disables the input terminal Connected to COM via a 1 k  resistor = untriggered input Connected to COM via 2 to 5 k  = triggered input, Connected to COM via less then 700  or more then 7k8 k  = tamper signal

30 Control panel reactions Pepa 6319 Láďa 1507 Máňa 389 Devices and codes/cards can have reactions: –Off –NATURAL (key-fob, code and card = set / unset, smoke detector = fire alarm) –24 hours –Instant –Delay (Natural) –Next delay –Fire –Panic –Set –Set / Unset –PG control Every device, input, code and card can be assigned to section A, B or C John 6319 David 1507 Peter 389

31 OLink SW Example of system management

32 Device setting

33 Code and card setting

34 Control panel setting

35 The JA-81F keypad Fully graphical display Customizable logo (128x48) Two versions White backlight only Settable backlight color JA-81F-RGB Wakening by External input Gently pressing the keypad’s door Internal menu Language setting Brightness Contrast Backlight color (JA-81F-RGB only) Text editing Manually or via Olink software JA-82T direct connection support JA-81E = hard-wired version

36 The PC-01 proximity cards RFID access card (EM UNIQUE 125kHz) Up to 50 cards can be enrolled to the system The card has the same function as an access code For higher security the card can be combined with a code PC-02, PC-0x

37 The JA-80H outdoor keypad Built in RFID reader Connects to the control panel bus via WJ-80 Provides a doorbell button Illuminated keys IP-65 Standby consumption 45 mA

38 The JA-80N outdoor reader RFID card reader Connects to the control panel bus via WJ-80 IP-65 Standby consumption 40 mA

39 The WJ-80 interface Connects outdoor keypad (reader) to the control panel Built-in door bell transmitter (for JA-80L) Output to operate an electrical door lock (Z8-12V) Provides output to operate the electric strike of an electrical door lock an open button input Keypad uses Wiegand protocol 26b DIP switches: 1.System keypad / Outdoor bypass switch 2.PGY can operate the door lock as well (Y/N) 3.Door lock activation time 3 / 6 seconds 4.Exit & entrance beeps (Y/N) Control panel bus Sequence 248 = PGY pulse Authorized phone opening  9 To program *79*0

40 Wireless detectors Powered by lithium batteries Battery lifetime is up to 3 years (status is supervised) Communication range about 200 – 300m open area Communication supervision every 9 minutes Detection of motion, glass-breaking, opening, smoke, heat, gas…

41 The JA-80P motion detector PIR sensor Hard-wired input IN (initiates same reaction as PIR) 15 min test mode after closing the cover 5 min sleep time (can be shortened to 1 minute) DIP switches DEL / INS (Natural reaction) NORM / HIGH (immunity level) Covers 120° / 12m Optional lenses (pet, long corridor, vertical curtain) 1 x AA Lithium battery 3.6V

42 The JA-83P mini motion detector PIR detector 1/3 smaller than JA-80P 15 min test mode after closing the cover 5 min sleep time (can be shortened to 1 minute) DIP switches DEL / INS (Natural reaction) NORM / HIGH (immunity level) Covers 120° / 12m Optional lenses (pet, long corridor, vertical curtain) 1x CR123A Lithium battery 3V

43 The JA-86P dual-zone detector Dual PIR sensor resolves PET problems Usable in extreme environment (cellar – mice, insects…) Indoor use only 15 min test mode after closing the cover 5 min sleep time (can be shortened to 1 minute) DIP switches –DEL / INS (Natural reaction) –NORM / HIGH (immunity level) 1 x AA Lithium battery 3.6V (3 year life time) Principle: PIR1 + PIR2 = Alarm JS-22 = wired version

44 3 in 1: Flash Camera Motion detector The JA-84P detector with built-in camera

45 USB connector The JA-84P detector with built-in camera

46 Installation The JA-80Q into the control panel Photo transmission from the premises Cooperates with an 80Y (GSM) or an 80V (LAN) communicator Enroll the detector to the control panel Enroll a key-fob to the detector Close the detector’s cover (green LED) Press any key on the key-fob Camera testing Set (Arm) button = with flash Unset (Disarm) button = without flash The key-fob is automatically erased after 15 minutes Switch off radio interference indication The photos can be displayed at: The JA-84P detector with built-in camera “Have your portrait taken.…”

47 The JA-84P parameters Camera resolution: 160 x 120 B&W Bi-directional communication On activation takes 4 pictures: 1x without flash 3x with flash Range of the flash: max. 3 meters Detector’s memory capacity: 61 photos –USB port –Flash drive functionality Photo transfer time to server: approx. 15s Battery: 2x CR-123A Lifetime approx 3 years (inc. 100 photo series) Testing by key-fob 4 configuration switches: DEL / INS (Delayed / Instant reaction) NORM / HIGH (PIR analysis) ON / OFF Flash (flash) ON / OFF Trans (photo transmission)

48 Detector coverage The JA-84P detector with built-in camera

49 Register at The JA-84P detector with built-in camera

50 Displaying pictures on The JA-84P detector with built-in camera

51 Configuration

52 The JA-84P detector with built-in camera Configuration

53 Picture can be sent to a mobile Flash forces the violator to look at the camera Provoking an attack Camera is designed to confirm the alarm Oasis

54 ...and on top of all that… iPhone owners can use a special application for access to the pictures from their Oasis system iPhone Oasis

55 iPhone application demo

56 The JA-85P motion detector Mini-size PIR detector Can be used in a house or in the car (CA-1802 & 1803) 15 min test mode after closing the cover DIP switches NORM / HIGH (immunity level) DEL / INS (Natural reaction) Supervision ON / OFF Sleep 1 / 5 minutes Semi-sphere lens max. detection distance 5m 1 x AA Lithium 3.6V battery

57 The JA-85B glass-break detector Dual detection (air pressure change + glass breaking sound) Can be used in the house or in the car 15 min test mode after closing the cover DIP switches DEL / INS (Natural reaction) Supervision ON / OFF Detection up to 9 meters (min. 0,6 x 0,6 m) Can be tested with GBT x AA Lithium 3.6V battery

58 The JA-80PB motion and glass-break PIR sensor + glass-break sensor in one housing Enrolls to 2 addresses in the system The same characteristics as JA-80P with JA-85B Glass-break DIP switches: DEL / INS (Natural reaction) PIR / GBS (LED indicator function in test mode) 2 Lithium bateries: 1 x AA + 1x 1/2 AA 3,6V

59 The JA-89P outdoor PIR detector Based on an Optex product 2 sensors (eliminate alarms caused by small animals) IP-54 cover Installation height m Adjustable detection angle 1 x AA Lithium battery 3.6V Covered area adjustable area not covered

60 The JA-81M detector Magnetic door / window detector Status detector (optional pulse reaction) DIP switches: DEL / INS (Natural reaction) MG ON / OFF (enable/disable internal sensor) 3 input terminals :  TMP = tamper input  IN1 = NC / NO alarm input (1k balanced)  IN2 = Roller-shutter input (3 activations within 5s = alarm, disconnection = tamper)  1x AA Lithium 3.6V battery

61 The JA-83M magnetic detector Magnetic detector about 1/3 shorter than the JA-81M Status detector (optional pulse reaction) DIP switch: DEL / INS (Natural reaction) 2 types of the magnets: Classic cube (see the picture) Magnetic ring with a screw 1x CR-123A 3V Lithium battery

62 The JA-82M window detector „Invisible“ window (door) detector (EURO or wooden) To be installed in the frame of a window (door) DIP switches: INS / DEL (Natural reaction) TMP on / off Status / Pulse reporting 2 x CR2354 Lithium 3V battery Back-plates

63 Detects window shutter (curtain) movement Principle – ratchet-wheel generates the pulses Can be used with the JA-81M The CT-01 roller-shutter detector Example of the IN2 connection

64 The LD-81 flood detector Can be connected to the JA-81M or JA-60N Conductivity sensor Protection of kitchen, bathroom, cellar… Should not be placed permanently in water

65 The LD-12 flood detector Hardwired detector Protection of kitchen, bathroom, cellar… NO and NC output Should not be placed permanently in water

66 The JA-80S smoke detector Fire detector (optical smoke + temperature over 60°C) Testing by test button or by aerosol During alarm the siren can by stopped by pressing its button Jumpers: FIRE / INS (Natural reaction, INS = restaurant, fireplace...) SIREN ON / OFF 1 x AA Lithium 3,6V battery Siren Reaction

67 The JA-80G gas detector Combustive gas detector ( propane, methane.. ) Sensor = hot platinum wire Mains powered Can be tested with a cigarette lighter DIP switches: 10 / 20% LEL (gas concentration) MEM ON / OFF (memory function) Output relay contact max. 6A

68 RC-8x controllers To be enrolled by inserting a battery or pressing a button Can be used with a control panel, UC and AC receivers and indoor siren Communication range up to 100m Personal panic Door bell, panic.. Controlling, panic.. (housing for 2 or 4 buttons) Controlling, panic..

69 The RC-86 key-fob Universal two-band key-fob 868MHz OASiS 433MHz PROFI / Maestro / Comfort Frequency setting is done easily just by the buttons Communication range 30 meters Housing for 2 and 4 buttons Setting table

70 The RC-88 button DIP switches: Panic (remote control or panic button function) TMP (disable tamper sensors and communication supervision) Can also be used with UC, AC and JA-80L 1x 1/2 AA Lithium 3.6V battery (3 year life time, max. 20 activations/day)

71 The RC-87 personal panic button Can be enrolled to the control panel, siren or UC/AC modules Optional Wrist watch or necklace version Audible confirmation of triggering Delay (5s) to stop accidental triggering No radio communication supervision CR2032 lithium battery Working range up to 200m

72 The RC-85 remote control module Design to be installed in a car (12 to 24V) 3 wires –GND –A = if connected to +U transmits arming signal –B = if connected to +U transmits disarming signal –both A + B connected to +U transmits a panic signal Flashing full-beam headlights or blowing the horn send signals Can also be used to transmit an alarm from a car alarm Optional “double click” activation No battery, powered by car

73 The JA-80L indoor siren Mains powered –Disconnected from power during alarm = tamper alarm –Disconnected from power without alarm = low-bat warning (optional) Enrolls by plugging in Selectable alarm setting following PG outputs (alarm reporting from one section only) Generates sounds: –IW alarm –Exit and entrance beeps –Door bell - 8 melodies –Detector - triggered sounds - 8 melodies LED indicates PGY status Two volume levels (by keeping the button pressed) Triple click enables/disables arming chirp sounds Signal level measurement – by pressing button

74 The JA-80A outdoor siren Totally wire-free !!! Loudness 112dB / 1m (increases gradually) Max. duration of the siren sound: 3 min. Flashes 30 min. after the alarm Jumpers: –50 / 25 s. (communication cycle with the control panel) –LED ON / OFF (warning flash every minute) Enrolls by connecting its battery Lithium battery BAT-80 (max. life time 3 to 5 years)

75 Communicators External communication GSM network – GPRS, SMS, VOICE Internet (LAN - Ethernet) PSTN Reports from the system Remote access Position

76 INTERNET Event reporting Oasis Telephone network AutomaticReceivingCenter andor Usernotification

77 Remote access INTERNET Internet Telephone and or

78 The JA-80Y GSM communicator Communication via GSM/GPRS Event reporting by: –SMS (17 lang. selection) –Phone calls –ARC (IP, SMS or CID protocols) Picture transmission (using JA-80Q module) GSM gateway function Remote access via: –Phone (keypad registration or SMS) –Internet - –Unanswered ringing from an authorized phone number ARC programming can be locked

79 The JA-80V LAN+PSTN communicator Communication via LAN & PSTN Event reporting by: –SMS (17 lang. selection) –phone calls –ARC (IP, CID or DR protocols) Picture transmission (using JA-80Q module) Remote access via: –Phone (keypad registration or SMS) –Internet - –Unanswered ringing from an authorized phone number ARC programming can be locked

80 GSMLink Remote access by Internet

81 1. Register at User registration Device registration

82 Configuration page example

83 The JA-80X voice communicator Reports alarms with voice messages Up to 4 phone numbers via PSTN 7 voice messages System name Intrusion Fire Tampering Panic Technical alarm Remote access welcome note Allows remote access via telephone keypad authorization (DTMF) Supports CID protocol transmission to ARC (PSTN line) Can be combined with JA-80V or JA-80Y

84 The SP-02 speaker phone Can be connected to PSTN or to the phone line simulated by JA-80Y For listening in and talking Answers calls from authorized numbers Up to 8 phone numbers can be authorized Push-to-talk feature to call an emergency number Half-duplex communication allows a high sensitivity for listening 2 x AA alkaline 1.5V battery

85 The JA-68 output module For control panels of the 6x and 8x series 8 galvanically-separated outputs –9 terminals: C - Common A - Set (Armed) I - Intrusion F - Fire S - Tamper (Sabotage) P - Panic T - Fault AC – Mains dropout LB – Low Battery Selectable NC or NO logic using a jumper +12V and GND terminals – power supply output, max. 100mA Can be used in combination with a communicator Designed as a general purpose device –Suitable e.g. for ARC radio communicators

86 The UC-82 relay module Powered by 12V DC 2 output relays (X & Y) - max 2A Low bat. output External antenna is optional Powered by 12V (20mA) external source Can be used with: Control panel Detectors RC-8x transmitters

87 The AC-82 relay module Powered directly from mains 230V, 50Hz 2 output relays (X and Y) - max 5A Can be used with: Control panel Detectors RC-8x transmitters TP-8x thermostats

88 The TP-8x thermostats Common functions AA 1.5V alkaline battery Remote control via the control panel Incl. antifreeze functions Heating disabling when window is open Freeze alarm Fire alarm TP-82 Regulated temperature adjust. Temperature measurement Lockable Adjustable: –Hysteresis –Operational limits –Sensor correction –Alarm thresholds TP-83 Weekly program Day/night temperature for every hour Day temperature increase by + 2°C Programme display Adjustable: –Hysteresis –Operational limits –Sensor correction –Alarm thresholds –Adaptive switch-on AC-83 Receiver Mains powered 3 relays: –Heating circuit 1 –Heating circuit 2 –Pump Pump cleaning Remote control of the heating

89 The TP-8xIR thermostat Wirelessly measures the floor temperature  by the IR sensor Accurate & comfortable regulation TP-82IR, TP-83IR versions available Two additional temperature settings: Minimal floor temperature Maximal floor temperature

90 Heating AC-82 Thermostat Window detectorsControl panel Remote controls Telephone Smart heating system Operating the heating by windows CLOSED = normal heating OPEN = anti freezing heating only Remote access and status information

91 The JA-82T and JA-80BT interfaces Connects control panel to PC Provides USB or Bluetooth interface Suitable for O-link, Comlink software

92 Something more

93 The GD-04 “David” GSM module „Tiny but handy “ Main unit Backup module Power adapterRadio module DTMF module PC connection cable and GD-Link software Building-block-like modularity

94 GD-04 “David” features Relay operation via a mobile phone: 1.SMS instructions (of the type ON or OFF) Instruction text can be edited Maximum text length is 30 characters SMS reports can be sent to inform about relay operation 2.Dialling-in from an authorized phone Up to 50 tel. numbers can be programmed for each relay. The switch-on period after dialling-in is configurable in the range of 1s to 10 hours Each tel. number can have a limit to the number of calls (useful e.g. at parking-lots)

95 GD-04 “David” features SMS reports on input activation: 1.Each of the A to D inputs can have its activation/deactivation reported: Up to 8 tel. numbers can be programmed for each input. Maximum report text length is 30 characters. SMS reports can be emphasized by subsequent phone calls. 2.Device input state can be interrogated: By the SMS instruction STATUS (editable)

96 GD-04 “David” programming Via a mobile phone using SMS instructions: –Only 8 instructions (texts, numbers, other functions) –An instruction starts with an access code (= PC by factory default) –Multiple instructions in a single SMS (usually, only one SMS is needed to program the whole configuration) Using a PC running GD-Link software –A CD and a USB connection cable supplied with the package Via the Jablotron web page –Fill-in a form –Send it –You get an SMS reply (“PROGRAM OK”) –Free of charge, no registration needed Simple and elegant.....

97 News on the car alarm product range

98 CA-1803 BT “ATHOS” Car protection –Reporting of alarms by SMS or phone calls –Remote immobilization via SMS instructions –Garage protection using wireless JA-8x detectors –Listening-in to the car using an HF-03 hands free set– optional –Remote control: key-fob, phone or the Internet Logistics support –Car navigation – via a Bluetooth connection to a PDA or to a mobile phone –Monitoring car use (location) via the Internet (suitable for monitoring work journeys) Additional features –Operating car appliances –Hands-free calling from the car using an HF-03 –ARC supervision

99 GSMLink car location monitoring

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