CONFIDENTIAL GS3055-I Overview The GS3055-I is : 1.A universal wireless alarm communicator that can be used as a backup or primary communicator 2.A device which connects the alarm control panel to the GSM network and reports alarm signals directly to a monitoring central station receiver (Sur-Gard System III with a DRL3-IP line card or System II) 3.A digital transmitter which provides full reporting from any control panel that communicates using Contact ID format
CONFIDENTIAL GS3055-I GSM Network Terms Network Terms: GSM – (Global System for Mobile Communication) – Digital Wireless Network for Voice and Data GPRS – (General Packet Radio Service) – GSM data channel, continuous connection up to 100Kbs SMS – (Short Message Service) – Text-based messages no longer than 160 alphanumeric characters APN – (Access Point Name) – GSM provider’s gateway SIM – (Subscriber Identification Module) – Stores information used to identify users in a network
CONFIDENTIAL GS3055-I Features Features: Compatible with any control panel capable of communicating using the Contact ID format Simulates telephone line Uses GPRS data channel for high-speed, reliable, and low cost communications to an IP receiver 4 on-board inputs 4 on-board outputs (open collector) SIM card is included Activation and initialization via the automated telephone system (GVRU) Programmable via web interface (future use) Compatible with Sur-Gard System II or System III monitoring station receivers (Either may be used as Primary and/or Backup) UL/ULC Residential Fire/Burg and Commercial Burg only (UL985, UL1023, and UL1610) - For either primary or backup communications
CONFIDENTIAL GS3055-I Communications Flow Chart
CONFIDENTIAL GS3055-I Specifications Specifications: Power Supply Ratings Input Voltage9 -14Vdc (13.5Vdc Typical) Current120mA (JP3 OFF) or 700mA (JP3 ON) Battery12V/1.2Ah Charging current50mA Current Consumption Standby Current120mA Transmitting Current450mA PGM Outputs4 Open Collector, 50mA Operating Frequency850/1900Mhz Antenna Gain1.5dB Operating Temperature0ºC to 49ºC (32ºF to 120ºF) Internal Event Buffer256 Events
CONFIDENTIAL GS3055-I Components Components: 1.Antenna 2.SIM Card 3.LED Status Indicator 4.GSM Modem 5.Terminal Blocks 6.Battery Connector 7.Front Plate Tamper Switch 8.JP3 Current Limitation Jumper Note: When shorting the jumper, Please use the bottom 2 pins only
CONFIDENTIAL GS3055-I Status LEDs LED 1 (RED) OFF – No Troubles 1 Flash – Battery Trouble ( No or Low Battery ) 2 Flashes – Radio/SIM Failure (Check SIM Card Connection) 3 Flashes – GSM Network Problem (SIM Not Active, Low SS) 4 Flashes – Insufficient Signal Strength 5 Flashes – CONNECT 24 Configuration SMS Failure (Improper VRU Programming) 6 Flashes – Receiver Not Available (Improper VRU Programming) 7 Flashes – Power Supply Trouble (DC Power Supply Absent) LED 2 (AMBER) ON: GSM Mode Active (Telephone Line is Disconnected) Flashing: Once – Outgoing Message; Twice – Incoming Message LED 3 (GREEN) ON: Excellent Signal Strength LED 4 (GREEN) ON: Good Signal Strength Flashing: Poor Signal Strength OFF: GSM Network is Unavailable
CONFIDENTIAL GS3055-I – Terminals Earth Ground: This terminal must be connected to the GS3055-I metal casing.
CONFIDENTIAL GS3055-I – Terminals TIP, RING: These terminals must be connected directly to the incoming telephone line. T1, R1: These terminals must be connected to the TIP and RING of the control panel. If the voltage on the phone line terminals (TIP/RING) drops below 4vdc for seconds, the GS3055-I will switch into GSM mode for 15 minutes. When in GSM mode, the GS3055-I will simulate a telephone line by providing 34.5Vdc across the R-1/T-1 terminals.
CONFIDENTIAL GS3055-I – Terminals PGM1 to PGM4: These are 4 programmable output terminals (open-collector, maximum current of 50mA). PGM1 – normally high, switches to ground when the telephone line is down. PGM2 – normally high, switches to ground when the GS3055-I cannot communicate to GSM network. PGM3 – normally high, switches to ground when there is a problem with the PS or battery. PGM4 – normally low, switches to high when any of the above occurs and/or on FTC condition
CONFIDENTIAL GS3055-I – Terminals TAMPER: These terminals are connected in series to the tamper switch of the GS3055-I. They will be closed when the cabinet is properly closed, and will open when the front cover is removed. To generate a tamper signal, connect the tamper terminals to a relay, and the relay to zone on the panel or on the GS3055-I then press the tamper switch on the radio.
CONFIDENTIAL GS3055-I – Terminals Z1 to Z4, COM: These are input terminals that can be used to trigger various communication events on the GS3055-I. The inputs are normally open. No EOL required. Input 1 = Fire Input 2 = Panic Input 3 = Burglary Input 4 = System Trouble
CONFIDENTIAL GS3055-I – Terminals +12V, - (GROUND): These terminals must be connected to a rated power supply.
CONFIDENTIAL GS3055-I – Telephone Wiring (Back-up Mode) To Premise Telephones From RJ-31X Demarcation
CONFIDENTIAL GS3055-I Central Station Equipment System II/ System III Receiver: A System II receiver supports 1024 IP Communicators (Firmware version 1.1 and higher) A System III receiver with 1 DRL3-IP line card supports 1024 IP Communicators (Firmware version 1.91 and higher) A System III has a maximum of 24 line cards; 24,576 IP Communicators Compatible IP Communicators are: TL150, TL250, TL300 and GS3055-I units GS3055-I signals will be received with latest Receiver firmware