FUSION200K Multi-way GSM intercom door entry system for up to 200 properties.

FUSION200K [Premium Range] Multi-Way GSM Intercom up to 200 way

CONFIGURATION & USER MANUAL

TABLE OF CONTENTS










































Introduction


The FUSION200K is an advanced GSM intercom system with inbuilt professional access control for up to 200 residential or commercial properties. Fusion door entry is made from a solid block of high-grade aluminium and a brushed marine-grade 316 black stainless steel faceplate. Custom finishes and options available such as a freestanding post, QR code reader access, long-range vehichle detector access, branding, colours, special coating finishes and bespoke design.


The multi-function stainless steel keypad  is used for dialling up to 200 individual properties by pressing the property number then # to call. It comes standard with laser etching user instructions (to order) or optionally printed faceplate professionally designed in-house, also made to order.


The keypad can also be used for PIN code access. Up to 2000 PIN codes can be set as 24/7/365 access or configured as restricted access. By setting time/day/date down restrictions down to the minute, or indeed the number of times the PIN may be used within that timed period, the administrators (up to 5) can completely manage property security without giving our permanent access codes.


A single button above the pinpad can be used as a direct call button or trade entry. The intercom option enables the button to call up to 5 phone numbers in priority order.


Installation is perfect for retrofit application due to the minimal wiring required. It requires only power, antenna and SIM card to operate.


Configuration can be done easily and remotely by SMS, App or Web browser.



GETTING STARTED


What's in the box?

  1. 1 x K200-3G surface-mount 200 way GSM entry system
  2. 1 x 15VDC1A power supply
  3. 1 x External antenna

What do I need for installation?

  1. A fully functional SIM card
  2. Drill & bit to fix the backbox to the wall
  3. Appropriate fixings for the surface being mounted to
  4. Terminal screwdriver to connect wiring
  5. A working mobile phone to test with

What type of SIM card do I need?

  1. Micro-SIM (middle size)
  2. Voice, SMS & data enabled
  3. Contract or PAYG (contract recommended) view our SIM options here
If using an M2M, multi-network, roaming SIM from a 3rd party provider, ie: not a major network, make sure it is a full capacity SIM not limited memory as many are. ControlFreq supply SIM card contracts with auto-switch connection to all 4 network operators in the UK. Order now.

IMPORTANT POINTS

FEATURES

  • Internationally compatible 5 band GSM module 2G/3G (standard) 4G (optional)
  • Multiway calling using keypad ie: 1# calls flat 1 (up-to 200 apartments)
  • Laser etched user instruction (custom per order)
  • 1 direct call button (can be assigned as trade button - managed by timeclock 2)
  • 1000 Caller-ID access users
  • 2000 PIN access codes with 4 access restriction modes
  • 2 alarm inputs (trade, press to exit, door open)
  • 2 relay outputs (highly configurable)
  • 2 Wiegand inputs (any Wiegand access device can be managed online)
  • 1 Wiegand output (connect to existing access system to use Caller-ID like a prox card)
  • Local configuration by USB (PC application)
  • Remote configuration by SMS text message, Smartphone App, Web browser and API
  • Solid block milled aluminium backbox (powdercoated, hard anodised or special coating options)
  • All mounting holes external to the inside enclosure (to prevent water ingress)
  • Marine grade 316 brushed stainless steel facia (powdercoating & special coating options available)
  • No visible fixings on the facia (for aesthetics)
  • Hyperphobic speaker grill (dust & water repellent)
  • IP56 weatherproofing (water & dust ingress rating)
  • 5 year warranty against mechanical or electrical failure (damage and effects of ageing not covered)
 

APPLICATIONS

The FUSION200K is a combined intercom and access control system for up to 200 different call destinations. Applications in residential, commercial and industrial locations.

  • Residential blocks
  • Private gated roads
  • Gated communities
  • Office blocks
  • Estates with multiple buildings
  • Shared office spaces
  • Business parks
  • Warehouses
  • Schools
  • Industrial units
  • Car park garages


SET UP METHODS 

There are multiple methods of configuration for all ControlFreq GSM systems. We recommend the smartphone and web browser methods as these are the most intuitive and constantly advancing in functionality and usability.

1. SMS (limited to basic configuration)

Print commands
Send these commands by SMS from an authorised phone number (open to all by default) to receive an SMS reply with the requested information.

Command
 SMS to send
What does it do?
Get signal strength
;PSQ;
Returns the device mobile signal at that time
Get IMEI
;PHW;
Returns the device IMEI (unique hardware identifier)
Check firmware version
;PSW;
Returns the current device firmware version
Check internet settings
;PIP;
Shows currently set internet (APN) settings
Get current output status
;PORC;
Returns the state of the relay outputs
Get input SMS labels
;P#;
Returns the labels set on input notification SMS
Get call button numbers
;PDEA;
Returns the call button settings
Check intercom numbers (multiway) 
;PKP=x,y;
returns the range (x,y) of intercom phone numbers for multiple properties ie: 1,5 returns the first 5 properties - 1,1 returns only property 1
Check PIN codes
N/A : use app or web
PIN code configurations are too advanced for SMS management
Check Caller-ID users
;PCLP=x,y;
returns the range (x,y) of caller-id phone numbers ie: 1,5 returns the first 5 users  - 1,1 returns only user 1


2. iPhone app 


3. Android App


4. Web browser app 


5. USB using terminal app

(we preferTeraTerm)

6. USB using Windows PC app 


7. API Application Programming Interface


ONLINE CONFIGURATION


SMS (limited to interrogation & basic functions)


  • iPhone app 

  • Android App  

  • Web browser app 

  • USB using terminal app (we preferTeraTerm)





OPERATION & TESTING


USER GUIDE


















VERY IMPORTANT

USE A MICRO SIM CARD (micro-SIM, see the picture🡪)
WITH MEMORY FOR UP TO 250 CONTACTS!
 


  • Insert SIM card to be used for KP200 in your personal mobile phone.






















IMPORTANT

  ERASE THE PIN CODE!


  • Insert SIM card in KP200 device. The unit must be switched OFF when you insert the SIM!
  • Connect inputs and outputs to KP200.
  • Connect the antenna to antenna connector.
  • Connect power cable to KP200 device 
  • Connect device to source power supply voltage.
  • Wait until LED3 display is turned ON (Yellow) and LED1 (Blue) starts flashing. This is set in around 30 – 45 seconds.
  • KP200 unit is now ready to operate.






















IMPORTANT

Before sending any SMS commands to KP200, the device must be in normal operation mode!

























NOTE

KP200 device will “beep” in 15s interval until the device is not in normal operation. 


  1. LED DISPLAY

BLUE LED (LED1)
  • Indicates the level of the GSM signal from 1 to 5 LED flashes (1 is weak signal, 5 is excellent signal)

RED LED (LED2)
  • When LED 2 is ON the unit has a problem with a GSM network connection or the GSM part of the unit is out of order. In this case immediately call the service!

YELLOW LED (LED3)
  • Short flashing indicates that the GSM module is ON, but it is not yet connected on the GSM network. After connection, Yellow LED is flashing with short pulse ON and a long pulse OFF. 
  1. CLEAR ALL PROGRAMMED DATA FROM KP200

This is highly recommended when a SIM card you are going to use for the KP200 is not new and it already has some data stored in the phone book memory.

By sending this SMS to KP200 all programmed parameters and numbers are cleared:
;SDCLR;

After sending SMS you should wait at least 30 second for the command to be executed!























NOTE

By sending this command to the KP200 all programmed data are erased from the SIM card and from the memory inside the KP200 device!





  1. CONNECTING DIAGRAM

Before connection the KP200 please take a look at connection diagram.







Figure 1: KP200 Connection diagram

*Do not use the Power out (12V AUX) for electric lock driving! You can use it to power external sensors: Short-term current load (up to 1 minute) - up to 500mA; Long-term current load - up to 100mA! Use separate power source for door electric lock! 

  1. PROGRAMMING KP200
KP200 device supports different types of programming:

  • You can program KP200 remotely by sending text commands (SMS commands).

  • You can program KP200 with Web server application.

  • You can program KP200 with direct USB connection, with the use of configuration software running on PC. 























NOTE

To receive configuration software for PC please contact your local distributor.








  1. THE KP200 PARAMETERS
To support versatile functionality of KP200 different parameters are used. The parameters are divided in logical sections and are described in the following chapters.

  1. ALARM SUPPORT
Alarm reporting is supported by group of different parameters. First section is used to define the relations needed for alarm to be trigged. The second section is used to report alarm.

  1. ALARM TRIGGERING
Parameters are used to control (filter)  the triggering of the alarm inputs.

  1. IN parameter
Alarm input can be on only used as normal open (N.O.) triggered with GND. When you need the input feedback information it is possible to receive SMS when input returns from alarm to normal position. To receive the return SMS use IN setting 4.

  • IN = 0 – Normal Open – triggered with negative voltage (GND)
  • IN = 4 = IN = 0 + input reset SMS 



Figure 2: Input Connection diagram.










  1. ID parameter
ID parameter determines time period of the pulse length to trigger the alarm. The pulse time can be from 0,5 seconds to 9999 seconds. The default time is 0,5 seconds when the parameter value is 0.

  1. DD parameter
This parameter is used to define the delay between the time that alarm input is trigged and the time that alarm is reported.

  1. Table of parameters





















Name
Comment
IN1
Mode of operation for input 1
IN2
Mode of operation for input 2
ID1
Input time integration delay on input 1
ID2
Input time integration delay on input 2
DD1
Time delay for alarm reporting on input 1
DD2
Time delay for alarm reporting on input 2


Table 1: IN, ID and DD parameters

Example: 

  • Direct programming on the SIM card























KP200 PROGRAMMING TABLE
Name
Number
Description
IN1
0
Alarm activated by connecting to GND
IN2
4
Alarm activated by connecting to GND + RST SMS
ID1
10
Input 1 has to be valid for 10 second to trigger the alarm
ID2
0
Input 2 has to be valid for 0,5 second to trigger the alarm
DD1
0
Reporting of the alarm on input 1 is delayed by 0s
DD2
15
Reporting of the alarm on input 1 is delayed by 15s


Table 2: IN, ID, DD parameters example 


  • Remote programming by SMS
;IN1=0;IN2=4;ID1=10;ID2=0;DD1=0;DD2=15;

  1. REMOTE REPORTING ALARM EVENTS 
Parameters used to define the way to report the alarm event.






















NOTE

KP200 device send SMS messages for reporting alarm events.


  1. TN parameter
Telephone numbers for remote alarm reporting are listed as TN parameters. Remote alarm reporting on KP200 is done via SMS messages.

  1. LN parameter
This parameter is used to link alarm event from inputs or any other source to the telephone numbers from TN list.

  1. LOT parameter
LOT parameter is used to define the time control for voice calls. The start of voice connection starts the LOT timer. If the voice connection is still ON when the LOT timer expires KP200 disconnects voice connection.

  1. Table of parameters






















Name
Comment
TN1
1st telephone number
TN2
2nd telephone number
TN3
3rd telephone number
TN4
4th telephone number
TN5
5th telephone number
LN1
Input & telephone No. linking for 1st alarm input (TN1 – TN5)
LN2
Input & telephone No. linking for 2nd alarm input (TN1 – TN5)
LN3
Periodic test SMS. No. linking (TN1 – TN5)
LN4
SIM card refill.  No. linking (TN1 – TN5)
LN5
NAC list. No. linking (TN1 – TN5)  ( see note)
LN6
Log status. No. linking (TN1 – TN5)
LOT
Time out for GSM connection.


Table 3: Remote alarm reporting parameters



Note:
When telephone number (calling or messaging KP200) is not on the CLIP list, not acknowledge event occurs (NAC). The telephone number responsible for this event can be send to TN user for notification.

Example: 

  • Direct programming on the SIM card























KP200 PROGRAMMING TABLE
Name
Number
Description
TN1
042376678
1st telephone number
LN1
13
Input 1 reports alarm to TN1 & TN3
LN2
1234
Input 2 reports alarm to TN1 & TN2 & TN3 & TN4
LN5
1
NAC event sent to TN1
LOT
60
Voice connection stay valid for max of 60s, after this time  
Voice connection breaks


Table 4: Remote alarm  reporting example 

  • Remote programming by SMS
;TN1=042376678;LN1=13;LN2=1234;LN5=1;LOT=60;

  1. CONTROLING OUTPUTS WITH DTMF
KP200 can control the outputs with the use of DTMF. This is very useful function in the intercom application. 

To control the outputs the user must press the combination of 2 digits. First digit is used to select the output (1 to 2), the second digit is used to activate (1) or deactivate (0) the output. There is a special case when the user can select for first digit (output selection) number 0. In this case all outputs control by the same time.

Combination must be pressed in 2s interval, and must be 3s apart to be valid.






















NOTE

KP200 must be in voice connection to support DTMF output control!



Example:





















DTMF  combination
Description
00
Deactivate ALL outputs
01 
Activate ALL  outputs 
11
Activate output 1
10
Deactivate output 1 (if in latching mode)
21
Activate output 1
20
Deactivate output 2 (if in latching mode)


Table 5: DTMF control example 

  1. OUTPUT MANAGEMENT
KP200 supports the possibility to report alarms from inputs and any other events locally via 4 outputs. The behavior is defined using next parameters 

  1. OS parameter
KP200 device has 2 dedicated relay supported outputs. Outputs can be configured to different behavior:
  • OS = 0 – Disabled
  • OS = 1 – Bi-stable toggle mode 
  • OS = xxx – Mono-stable pulse mode ( duration in seconds )

Typical connection for the output:


                   

Figure 3: Output Connection diagram

  1. OD parameter
OD parameter is used to link the alarm event directly to output.

  1. OP1, OP2 parameters
Parameters are used to invert the polarity of the outputs. 
  • 0 – normal
  • 1 – inverted








  1. Table of parameters





















Name
Comment
OS1
Mode of operation for output 1
OS2
Mode of operation for output 2
OD1
Input 1 direct link to outputs 
OD2
Input 2 direct link to outputs
OD3
NAC direct link to outputs 
OP1
Invert control for output 1
OP2
Invert control for output 2


Table 6: Output management parameters

Example: 

  • Direct programming on the SIM card























KP200 PROGRAMMING TABLE
Name
Number
Description
OS1
1
Bistable toggle mode
OS2
14
Monostable pulse mode ( 14s pusle )
OD1
1
Input 1 activates output 1 
OD2
2
Input 2 activates output 2
OP1
1
Output 1 inverted


Table 7: Output management parameters example 


  • Remote programming by SMS
;OS1=1;OS2=14;OD1=1;OD2=2;OP1=1;















  1. SECURITY LEVEL - SL
SL parameter from 0 to 5 defines which telephone number stored in the phone book from TN1 – TN5 can enter into programming and remote control of the KP200 (dialing the KP200 phone number or sending the SMS). 






















NOTE

When the SL level is 0, an access to the KP200 is possible from any phone!























IMPORTANT

Before any SL number is programmed the KP200 can accept ALL CALLS. Remote SMS programming and remote controlling is possible from any phone!
























Name / value
Comment
SL = 0
All calls and SMS are accepted
SL = 1
Only number stored under parameter TN1 has access to unit
SL = 2 
Numbers stored under parameters TN1 to TN2 have access to unit
SL = 3
Numbers stored under parameters TN1 to TN3 have access to unit 
SL = 4
Numbers stored under parameters TN1 to TN4 have access to unit
SL = 5
Numbers stored under parameters TN1 to TN5 have access to unit


Table 8: SL parameter

Example: 

  • Direct programming on the SIM card























KP200 PROGRAMMING TABLE
Name
Number
Description
SL
3
Numbers stored under parameters TN1 to TN3 have access to unit


Table 9: SL parameter example 


  • Remote programming by SMS
;SL=3; 







  1. PREPAID CARD CREDIT AND VALIDITY INFORMATION
KP200 can be used with prepaid SIM cards and its limitations. To be able to overcome this limitation of the prepaid SIM cards, KP200 offers the possibility of automatic checking mechanism for credit and time expiration.






















NOTE

KP200 automatically sends warning SMS when the credit reaches low level defined by LCV parameter or SIM card validity is near to expiration.























NOTE

For support of different GSM providers contact support. 


  1. Programming prepaid card credit and validity string
To be able to support credit and time validity checking different parameters are used.

  1. LCV and SCV parameter
LCV is used to set the limit for low credit event. If the credit on prepaid SIM cards falls below this limit SMS is send.

SCV the period of valid operating time varies with different GSM network providers. The value can be programmed from 1 to 360 days. The default value does not presume any kind of expiry warning.
For example in Slovenia SCV are 90 and in Italy 360 days

  1. CC1, CC2 and CC3 parameters
Number used to check low credit value. They are provided from the GSM providers.

  • CC1 - This method can be used by any GSM provider that supports
                              Unstructured Supplementary Service Data  
  • CC2 -  This method is dedicated to  Italian TIM mobile provider
  • CC3 -  This method is dedicated to  Italian Vodafone mobile provider





  1. CREF, CTIM, CVODA parameters
Parameters are used to find the credit value of the prepaid SIM card. Strings under these parameters are used to pars the replay message from the GSM provider.

  • CREF - Pars string for the replays received from CC1 number
  • CVODA         - Pars string for the replays received from CC2 number
  • CTIM - Pars string for the replays received from CC3 number

  1. Table of parameters






















Name
Comment
LCV
Low credit value, bottom limit for low credit event.
SCV
Sim card validity time ( in days)
CC1
Credit number for credit check universally used 
CC2
Credit number for credit check dedicated for Italian TIM mobile provider
CC3
Credit number for credit check dedicated for Italian Vodafone mobile provider
CREF
String for parsing replay message from CC1 number
CVODA
String for parsing replay message from CC2 number
CTIM
String for parsing replay message from CC3 number


Table 10: Prepaid card validity parameters

Example: 

  • Direct programming on the SIM card























KP200 PROGRAMMING TABLE
Name
Number
Description
CC1
*448#
Si.mobil 
CC2
4916
TIM Italy
CC3
404
Vodafone Italy
LCV
4
Low credit message will be send bellow 4


Table 11: Prepaid card validity parameters example 


  • Remote programming by SMS
;CC1=*448#;CC2=4916;CC3=404;LCV=4;






  1. SET-UP PARAMETERS 
Different parameters are used to support versatile functionality of KP200.

  1. HTN parameter
Hidden telephone number is a parameter used in order to conceal the telephone number of the KP200 device. The default value is set to “1” which means that the number is displayed. 

  1. UDC parameter
Parameter is used to synchronise KP200 clock to GSM network clock. User must enter here the number of the KP200 SIM card ( Telephone number of KP200 device ).

  1. RAN parameter
Parameter is used to provide support for auto-answer options for KP200 device. The number defines the numbers of rings needed for KP200 device to answer the incoming call. The incoming number must be on the TN list for KP200 device to answer.

  1. TST parameter
A test SMS is sent periodically. KP200 can send the test message in the interval ranging from 1 hour to 240 hours. 

Example: 
To send test SMS TST value is set to 12, the numbers linked to “LN5” receive a test message every 12 hours.

  1. MNF parameter
When it is necessary to fix the GSM network to one provider the user can use the MNF parameter. The MNF parameter switches automatic network searching to manual. 

Example:

MCC/MNC code for Simobil is 29340, Mobitel is 29341, TIM is 22201, and Vodafone 
Italy is 22210.
More information about national MCC/MNC codes can be acquired at:


  1. MIC parameter 
MIC parameter enables you to change the sound level on microphone input.  

  1. SPK parameter
SPK parameter enables you to change the speaker sound level.

  1. ARST parameter
ARST parameter defines periodic of auto restart time (in hours) of the KP200 device.

  1. MUT parameter
MUT parameter enables you mutate the speaker sound while initiating voice connection.

  1. ADF parameter
Parameter is used to define voice refresh function, to prevent blocking of SIM in some networks.

  1. LNG parameter
LNG parameter switches between the preprogrammed languages:
  • 0 - English
  • 1 - Italian
  • 2 - Slovenian
  • 3 - Croatian
  • 4 - Dutch
  • 6 - Spanish
  • 7 - German 

  1. BUZ parameter
Parameter is used to control buzzer functionality on KP200. Buzzer is used to audio support some events on KP200 device

  1. Table of parameters






















Name
Comment
UDC
Tel. number of KP200 device
RAN
Auto answer ring number
HTN
Hidden telephone number
TST
SMS test time out
MNF
Manual GSM provider selection 
MIC
Microphone volume control
SPK
Speaker volume control
ARST
Time out control for automatic system restart
ADF
Auto dial functionality (  Call TN1 ) 
LNG
Language selection 
BUZ
Buzzer control


Table 12: Set-up parameters. 

Example: 
  • Direct programming on the SIM card























KP200 PROGRAMMING TABLE
Name
Number
Description
 HTN
0
Hidden telephone number of the KP200 device 
MNF
29340
Manual fixing of the GSM provider (Simobil)
LNG
1
Switch on Italian language 
MIC
2
Microphone volume level
SPK
20
Speaker volume level
TST
24
24 hours periodic test SMS 
BUZ
0
Mute buzzer


Table 13: Set-up parameters example.

  • Remote programming by SMS
;HTN=0;MFN=29340;LNG=1;MIC=2;SPK=20;TST=24; BUZ=0;

  1. SMS MESSAGES EDITOR
You can write and send a short SMS message for each alarm input. The default message is English, but it is possible to change language with LNG parameter. Each message is built from 3 parts and user can write the first (User Location) and the second (alarm event) part of the message. Unit adds the third part (alarm event description) automatically. Language of the 3rd part may be changed by LNG parameter. The message is stored in the SIM phone book so you should add any number for correct operation.






















































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NOTE

Message should not be longer than 14 characters! Space is also counted as one character!


  1. Table of parameters






















Name
Comment
#0
User location, same for all alarm messages
#1
Input 1, second part of message
#2
Input 2, second part of message 


Table 14: Message parameters. 


Example: 
  • Direct programming on the SIM card























KP200 PROGRAMMING TABLE
Name
Number
Description
 #0House
1
Location definition 
#1Kitchen
1
Alarm input is from the kitchen 


Table 15: Message parameters example.

  • Remote programming by SMS
;#0HOUSE=1;#1KITCHEN=1;

  1. INTERCOM 
Intercom functionality is supported by a set of parameters, used to tweak the functionality to each user needs.

For each keypad entry KP200 incorporates a group of parameters. KP200 support up to 200 call groups.

  1. KPAx and  KPB1 parameters 
Parameters are the call numbers for intercom application.

  1. KPTx parameter
Parameter defines the ring time time-out (is seconds). KPTx timer is started when the dialed telephone starts to ring. If the KPTx timer expires before the GSM voice connection is established then KP200 device calls the next number (KPBx).

  1. KPOx parameter
Parameter is used to define the output for the selected call group.

  1. KPNx parameter
Parameter is used to define the keypad dial number for each call group.

  1. ATNx parameter
Parameter is used to define the numbers called if the call button is not used as a trade button
  1. Table of parameters



























Name
Comment
KPA1
Call group 1, Telephone number 1.
KPB1
Call group 1, Telephone number 2.
KPN1
Call group 1, keypad dial number .
KPT1
Call group 1, time out control for voice connection.
KPO1
Call group 1, output 1 or output 2
.
.

.
KPA200
Call group 200, Telephone number 1.
KPB200
Call group 200, Telephone number 2.
KPN200
Call group 200, time out control for voice connection.
KPT200
Call group 200, time out control for voice connection.
KPO200
Call group 200, output 1 or output 2
ATN1
Call button 1st number called
ATN2
Call button 2nd number called
ATN3
Call button 3rd number called
ATN4
Call button 4th number called
ATN5
Call button 5th number called
RTNA
Delay time between numbers called


Table 16: Intercom parameters. 

Example: 
  • Direct programming on the SIM card


























KP200 PROGRAMMING TABLE
Name
Number
Description
KPA1
040713470
Call group 1, Telephone number 1.
KPB1
+38643364850
Call group 1, Telephone number 2.
KPT1
30
Call group 1, time out control for voice connection.
KPO1
1
Call group 1, output 1
RTNA
25
25 second delay
ATN1
040713470
1st number called
ATN2
+38643364850
2nd number called
RTNA
25
25 second delay


Table 17: Intercom parameters example.


  • Remote programming by SMS
;KPA1=040713470;KPB1=+38643364850;KPT1=30;KPO1=1;

  • Remote programming by SMS
;ATN1=040713470;ATN2=+38643364850;RTNA=25;























NOTE

All KPAx and KPBx numbers are at the same time used as intercom numbers and as CLIP numbers.

Example: The users under parameters KPA1 and KPB1 can call KP200 device and activate the output defined by the KPO1 parameter.


  1. ADDITIONAL CALL / TRADE button
Trade button support is a user option to add an additional button to provide direct (button pressed), time supported, activating of the selected output. With the use of the TBZS and TBZE the user can define the time interval when the trade button is active.






















IMPORTANT

  Trade button function will operate correctly ONLY if UDC parameter is set.


  1. TBE parameter 
Parameter is used to enable the trade button functionality and to define the input where the button is connected.

  1. TBZS
Parameter is used to define the start point of the active time interval.

  1. TBZE
Parameter is used to define the end point of the active time interval.
  1. Table of parameters
























Name
Comment
TBE
Trade / call button defined =1 (trade)  =0 (direct call)
TBZS
Button enable interval start.
TBZE
Button enable interval end.


Table 18: Trade button parameters. 




Example: 
  • Direct programming on the SIM card























KP200 PROGRAMMING TABLE
Name
Number
Description
 TBE
1
Enable Trade button in input 1
TBZS
6
Button interval, start at 6.
TBZE
15
Button interval, ends at 15.


Table 19: Trade button example.


  • Remote programming by SMS
; TBE =1; TBZS =6; TBZE =15;

NOTE: IF TBE=0 THE DEFAULT FUNCTION OF THE BUTTON IS DIRECT CALL BUTTON AS DETAILED ABOVE IN INTERCOM FUNCTION (ATNx)



  1. direct access by entering pin code
The user may control the predefined outputs by entering the PIN codes. PIN code from 1 to 1000 (PIN1 to PIN1000) will activate Output 1, pin codes from 1001 to 2000 (PIN1001 to PIN2000) will activate Output 2.

  1. PIN1 to PIN2000
PINx parameters are the Access entry codes for controlling the outputs (output 1 or output 2).

  1. Table of parameters





















Name
Comment
PIN1
Access entry code 1.
PIN2
Access entry code 2.
PIN3
Access entry code 3.
.
.
.
.
.
.
PIN1998
Access entry code 1998.
PIN1999
Access entry code 1999.
PIN2000
Access entry code 2000.

Table 20: Entering PIN code parameters. 

Example: 
  • Direct programming on the SIM card























KP200 PROGRAMMING TABLE
Name
Number
Description
 PIN1
3369
Access entry code 1.
PIN455
1234
Access entry code 455.


Table 21: Entering PIN code example.

  • Remote programming by SMS
; PIN1 =3369; PIN455 =1234;





















NOTE

PINx codes must be 4 digits long, and must start with number greater or equal to 1.


  1. direct access by entering TEMPORARY ACCESS codeS – spin - VIA ILLUMINATED KEYPAD
The user may control the relay output by entering up to 100 temporary SPIN access codes which can be determined how many times they will be used.
SPIN access code from SPIN1 to SPIN100 will activate the relay output.






















NOTE
Set the SPIN access entry codes active output first (disabled by default). ;SPINO=1;

  1. SPIN1 to SPIN100
SPINx parameters are the temporary SPIN access codes for controlling the relay output. SPINCx parameters are the determination, how many times SPINx code can be used.



  1. Table of parameters






















Name
Comment
SPIN1
SPIN access code 1.
SPIN2
SPIN access code 2.

SPIN100
SPIN access code 100.


Table 22: Entering SPIN access code parameters

Example: 
  • Direct programming on the SIM card























PROGRAMMING TABLE
Name
Number
Description
SPINO
1
SPIN Output is enabled.
SPIN8
5524
SPIN code 8
SPINC8
3
SPIN code 8 can be used 3 times
SPIN20
1234
SPIN code 20
SPINC20
1
SPIN code 20 can be used 1 time, then won’t be valid anymore


Table 23: Entering SPIN access codes example 

  • Remote programming by SMS
;SPINO=1;SPIN8=5524;SPINC8=3;SPIN20=1234;SPINC20=1;

Explanation: SPIN8 code 5524 can be used 3 times and after the 3th time it won’t be valid anymore. And SPIN20 code 1234 can be used 1 time and after that time it won’t be valid anymore.

  1. Using the keypad for activating the Output – opening the doors
The user presses the 4 digit PIN access code and then presses the ’#’ key on the keypad to confirm the entry. If the code is correct, the output relay is activated which triggers the electric lock, ramp, bollard, sliding doors, etc…

Example: 
  • Typing the PIN access code on the keypad
For PIN1 type 3369 and press ’#’. If the code is correct you will hear long beep confirmation, if the PIN access code is incorrect you will hear 3 short beeps.





  1. Caller ID recognition (CLIP), caller-in function
CLIP is used to provide the “free of charge” options to control the outputs.  

By calling the KP200 device from one of the programmed telephone numbers, triggering the Outputs is possible.

All KPAx and KPBx telephone numbers are at the same time used as intercom numbers and as Caller ID numbers. 

Example: The users stored under parameters KPA1 and KPB1 can call SOLO device and activate the output defined by the KPO1 parameter.

Additional 100 Caller ID numbers can be programmed. So max. 500 Access entry codes can be programmed.
  1. CLPEN parameter 
Parameter used to enable CLIP functionality.

  1. CLPOU parameter
Parameter used to choose which output will be controlled by the CLIP functionality.

  1. CLPI parameter 
This parameter, if set, is a precondition for CLIP function to control the output.

  1. CLP1 … CLP100 parameter
Set of telephone number, which can control the output. The number not on CLP list is not able to control the output using clip functionality.

  1. Table of parameters





















Name
Comment
CLPEN
Enable CLIP  functionality
CLPOU
Control output pin when CLIP event
CLPI
CLIP input activation condition
CLP1
CLIP number 1
.
.
.
.
.
.
CLP100
CLIP number 100


Table 24: CLIP parameters. 
Example: 
  • Direct programming on the SIM card























KP200 PROGRAMMING TABLE
Name
Number
Description
 CLPEN
1
Enable CLIP  functionality
CLPOU
2
CLIP control output 2
CLPI
0
No input activation condition
CLP1
040414414
CLIP number 1
CLP2
042340880
CLIP number 2


Table 25: CLIP parameters example.


  • Remote programming by SMS
;CLPEN=1;CLPOU=2;CLPI=0;CLP1=040414414;CLP2=042340880;




  1. event logGing
KP200 device support logging of specific events. KP200 logs CLIP event and alarm input events.
Log event consist of event type, time and telephone number or input number.
Up to 20.000 Log events can be stored.

  1. LOGN parameter
Parameter is used for defining the number of events printed out on PLOG request.

  1. LOGI parameter
Parameter is used to define the media used for LOGGING of events on KP200. User can select between nonvolatile memory on KP200 or select USB to transfer events directly via USB to PC.
  1. ALC parameter
Parameter is used to control behaviour when log on KP200 is full. User can select between auto log clear or manual clear of log.

  1. Table of parameters






















Name
Comment
LOGN
Number of  log events for printing out
LOGI
Log interface
ALC
Automatic log clear


Table 26: LOG parameters. 

Example: 
  • Direct programming on the SIM card























KP200 PROGRAMMING TABLE
Name
Number
Description
 LOGN
5
5 log events will be printed out on PLOG command
LOGI
0
Nonvolatile memory on KP200
ALC
1
Log is auto cleared when full 


Table 27: LOG parameters example.


  • Remote programming by SMS
;LOGN=5;LOGI=0;ALC=1;

  1. SPECIAL SMS commands
These commands can only be issued only over SMS message, and are used to control some special functions of KP200 device.

  1. ORC command
Command is used to control outputs directly via SMS message

  1. SDCLR command
To clear all data on the device SDCLR command is used. 

  1. LCRL command
Command clears log on KP200 device.

  1. CLPCLR command
Command is used to delete all Caller Id (CLP) numbers.

  1. MRES command
Command is used to manually restart GSM module on KP200 device. 

  1. SSRES command
Command is used to manually restart KP200 device.

  1. Table of parameters






















Name
Comment
ORC1
Control of output 1
ORC2
Control of output 2
SDCLR
Delete all SIM content
LCRL
Delete log on KP200 device
MRES
Manual reset of GSM module
SSRES
Manual reset of KP200 device


Table 28: SMS commands. 

Example: 
  • Remote programming by SMS






















SMS commad
Description
;ORC1=1;
Activate output 1
;ORC2=0;
Deactivate output 2
;SDCLR;
Clear all data on SIM
;LCLR;
Delete log on KP200 device
;MRES;
Manual reset of GSM module
;SSRES;
Manual reset of KP200 device


Table 29: SMS commands example.


  1. PRINT-OUT OF THE PARAMETERS
The authorised user can check the settings of ALL parameters on the KP200. 

  1. RECEIVE ALL PARAMETERS (PALL) 
By sending this command to KP200 you receive SMS messages with all parameters that are currently programmed in the unit:
;PALL;
  1. CHeck sw revision (psw)
By sending this command to KP200 you receive SMS messages with current SW version running on KP200 device:
;PSW;
  1. check signal quality (psq)
By sending this command to KP200 you receive SMS messages with signal quality KP200 device is connected to network:
;PSQ;
  1. RECEIVE TELEPHONE NUMBERS (PTN)
By sending this command to KP200 you receive SMS message with all currently programmed telephone numbers (TN1 – TN5):
;PTN;
  1. RECEIVE LINKS (PLN)
By sending this command to KP200 you receive SMS message with all currently programmed links (LN1 –LN6):
;PLN;
  1. RECEIVE INPUT PARAMETERS (PIN)
By sending this command to KP200 you receive SMS message with all currently programmed Input parameters (IN1 – IN4):
;PIN;
  1. RECEIVE INPUT FILTER VALUE (PID)
By sending this command to KP200 you receive SMS message with all currently programmed Input filters (ID1 – ID2):
;PID;
  1. RECEIVE OUTPUT FILTER VALUE (POD)
By sending this command to KP200 you receive SMS message with all currently programmed direct output links (OD1 – OD3):
;POD;

  1. RECEIVE DELAY BEFORE DIAL VALUE (PDD)
By sending this command to KP200 you receive SMS message with all currently programmed Input filters (DD1 – DD2):
;PDD;

  1. RECEIVE ACCESS TELEPHONE NUMBERS (PSL)
By sending this command to KP200 you receive SMS message with programmed SL level:
;PSL;

  1. RECEIVE OUTPUT PARAMETERS (POS)
By sending this command to KP200 you receive SMS message with all currently programmed Outputs parameters (OS1 – OS2):
;POS;

  1. RECEIVE ALL PROGRAMMED SMS MESSAGES (P#)
By sending this command to KP200 you receive SMS message with all currently programmed alarm SMS messages (#0 - #4):
;P#;

  1. RECEIVE SET UP PARAMETERS VALUE (PPA)
By sending this command to KP200 you receive SMS message with all currently programmed Setup parameters (TST,  MNF…):
;PPA;

  1. RECeive credit pars parameters (pcref)
By sending this command to KP200 you receive SMS message with all currently programmed credit parse parameters (CREF, CVODA…):
;PCREF;
  1. reCEIVE ALL CLIP PARAMETERS (PCLP)
By sending this command to KP200 you receive SMS message with all currently programmed CLIP functionality related parameters ( CLPEN, CLPOU, CLPI, CLPx):
;PCLP;






















NOTE

User can use ;PCLP=x,y; to limit the number of CLIP numbers to be printed. 
x = start  number 
y = end number
Example
;PCLP=1,10;   Prints first 10 CLIP numbers


  1. REceive intercom  CALL GRoups  paramaters 
By sending this command to KP200 you receive SMS message with all currently programmed button 1 group parameters ( KPAx, KPBx, KPNx, KP0x, KPTx):
;PKP;






















NOTE

User can use ;PKP=x,y; to limit the number of call groups to be printed. 
x = start  group
y = end group
Example
;Pkp=1, 10;   Prints first 10 call groups settings

  1. REceive Trade button parameters 
By sending this command to KP200 you receive SMS message with all currently programmed trade button settings:
;PTB;
  1. RECEIVE PIN ACCESS CODES (PPIN)
By sending this command to KP200 you receive SMS message with all currently programmed PIN access codes (PIN1, PIN2, …, PIN1999, PIN2000).
;PPIN;






















NOTE
User can use ;PPIN=x,y; to limit the number of PIN numbers to be printed. 
x = start number 
y = end number
Example
;PPIN=1,30;   Prints first 30 PIN numbers

  1. RECEIVE SPIN ACCESS CODES PARAMETERS (PSPIN)
By sending this command to the device you receive SMS message with all currently programmed SPIN parameters:
;PSPIN;






















NOTE
User can use ;PSPIN=x,y; to limit the number of SPIN numbers to be printed. 
x = start number 
y = end number
Example
;PSPIN=1,5;   Prints first 5 SPIN numbers

  1.  STATE OF THE CREDIT FOR THE PREPAID CARD
By sending this command to KP200 you receive SMS message with Credit amount on your prepaid SIM card:
;PCCX;
Where X is the number of programmed prepaid card provider.
  1.  STATE OF THE OUTPUTS (PORC)
By sending this command to KP200 you receive SMS message with current outputs state. 
;PORC;
  1.  MANUAL GSM MODULE RETARD (MRES)
By sending this command to KP200 shuts down GSM module and after a few second it switches the power of the GSM module ON again. The unit reboots all parameters from the SIM card.
;MRES;
  1.  RECEIVE Status of inputs (ins)
By sending this command to KP200 you receive SMS message with current input state.
 ;INS;

  1.  RECEIVE KP200 LOG
By sending this command to KP200 you receive SMS message with log on KP200 device.
 ;PLOG;


  1. CHANGING PARAMETERS USING THE SMS COMMANDS
All programming parameters for KP200 can also be sent by SMS command. Each SMS command should start and stop with semicolon. If the confirmation SMS is needed, put “+” at the beginning of the command SMS. 
 
The first SMS is SMS with telephone numbers (TN1 – TN4).  If you would like to check which telephone numbers are programmed in KP200 please use the following command:
;PTN; 

Return SMS is (example):
;TN1=0;TN2=0;
 
If you would like to enter telephone numbers in to KP200 you can use the following example: 
;TN1=040713470;TN2=+38643364850;

If you would like to receive confirmation SMS write “+” before SMS command: 
;+TN1=040713470;TN2=+38643364850;

Return SMS from KP200 is:
;TN1=040713470;TN2=+38643364850;























NOTE

You can use the same programming procedure for all parameters.



It is also possible to change different parameters with one SMS. Consider that the SMS message should not be longer than 160 characters (included space characters).

If you would like to change the following parameters TN1, IN1, IN2, OS1, OS2; ID1, LN1 and CRE and would like to receive confirmation SMS, try next example:
;+TN1=+38640713470;IN1=1;IN2=1;OS1=15;OS2=1;ID1=120;LN1=1;

Send SMS message to KP200 telephone number and in a few seconds you receive SMS message from KP200. The sentence of the SMS must be the same as the one you have sent to KP200 before.
  1. DEfault settings on KP200





































KP200 PROGRAMMING TABLE
Name
Default Value
Short Description
TN1
Empty
Telephone number 1 
TN2
Empty
Telephone number 1 
TN3
Empty
Telephone number  2 
TN4
Empty
Telephone number 3
TN5
Empty
Telephone number 4 
IN1
0
Input 1 control 
IN2
0
Input 2 control
OS1
5
Output 1 mode
OS2
5
Output 2 mode
OD1
1
Input 1 direct output link
OD2
0
Input 2 direct output link
OD5
0
NAC direct output link
LN1
Empty
Input 1, link to tel. numbers 
LN2
1
Input 2, link to tel. numbers
LN3
Empty
Periodic SMS text, link to tel. numbers
LN4
Empty
SIM card refill, link to tel. numbers
LN5
Empty
NAC, link to tel. numbers
LN6
Empty
LOG full, link to tel. numbers
ID1
1
Input 1 delay filter on input 
ID2
120
Input 2 delay filter on input 
DD1
0
Input 1 delay before dialing
DD2
0
Input 2 delay before dialing
SL
0
Security level
#0
“User Location”
SMS  main head text
#1
“Input1”
SMS input 1 text
#2
“Input2”
SMS input 2 text
CC1
Empty 
Check credit Num 1
CC2
Empty
Check credit, TIM Italy 
CC3
Empty
Check credit, Vodafone Italy
UDC
Empty
Tel. number of KP200 device
HTN
1
Hidden telephone number
RAN
0
Auto answer ring number 
SCV
0
SIM card time validity
TST
24
Periodic test SMS timeout
MNF
0
Network connection type
MIC
15
Microphone  volume setting ( 0 - 40 )
MUT
0
Mute functionality
SPK
10
Speaker volume setting ( 0 - 20 )
LCV

Low credit value 
LNG
0
Language selection
LOT
90
Connection time out value
LOGN
5
Number of  log events for printing out
LOGI
0
Log interface
ALC
1
Automatic log clear
ADF
90
Auto dial functionality (  Call TN1 ) 
ARST
0
Automatic reset timeout
CREF
“EUR”
Parse text( contact support ) 
CTIM
“EURO”
Parse text( contact support )
CVODA
“DISPON. E.”
Parse text( contact support )
OP1
1
Output invert 1
OP2
1
Output invert 2
BUZ
1
Buzzer control 
SPO
1
SIM card  starting position
CLPEN
1
Enable CLIP functionality
CLPOU
1
Control output pin when CLIP event
CLPI
0
CLIP input activation condition
CLP1
Empty
CLIP number 1
...


CLP100
Empty
CLIP number 100
KPA1
Empty
Call group 1, Telephone number 1.
KPB1
Empty
Call group 1, Telephone number 2.
KPN1
1
Call group 1, keypad dial number .
KPT1
25
Call group 1, time out control for voice connection.
KPO1
1
Call group 1, output .



KPA200
Empty
Call group 200, Telephone number 1.
KPB200
Empty
Call group 200, Telephone number 2.
KPN200
200
Call group 200, keypad dial number .
KPT200
25
Call group 200, time out control for voice connection.
KPO200
1
Call group 200, output .
TBE
0
Call button enabled
TBE
1
NOTE: =1 is Trade button enabled
ATN1
1st number called
...
ATN5
5th number called
RTNA
Time delay between numbers called
TBZS
0
Trade button zone interval start.
TBZE
0
Trade button zone interval end.
PIN1
Empty
PIN access code 1



PIN2000
Empty
PIN access code 2000
SPINO
Empty
Control SPIN relay output event
SPIN1
Empty
SPIN access code 1
SPINC1
Empty
Maximum number of times the code can be used



SPIN100
Empty
SPIN access code 100
SPINC100
Empty
Maximum number of times the code can be used


Table 30: KP200 default settings. 
  1. PARAMETERS PRINT-OUT COMMANDS






















KP200 PROGRAMMING TABLE
Name
Short Description
PALL
Prints all parameters available on KP200. 
PSW
Prints SW version of KP200.
PDEA
Prints call button ATN numbers.
PSQ
Prints GSM network signal quality of KP200.
PTN
Prints TNx numbers.
PLN
Prints LNx links.
PIN
Prints INx parameters.
PID
Prints IDx parameters.
POD
Prints ODx parameters.
PDD
Prints DDx parameters 
PSL
Prints SL parameter.
POS
Prints OSx parameters.
P#
Prints #x parameters.
PPA
Prints various setup parameters.
PCLP
Prints CLIP parameters.
PLOG
Prints log of the KP200.
PCREF
Prints credit pars parameters.
PCN
Prints credit request numbers.
PCC1
Prints credit for KP200 (universal request).
PCC2
Prints credit for KP200. (TIM Italy). 
PCC3
Prints credit for KP200. (VODAFONE Italy).
PWG
Prints Wiegand parameters. 
INS
Prints status of the inputs.
PORC
Prints (controls) the status of outputs.
PKP
Prints call groups parameters.
PPIN 
Prints PINx parameters.
PTB
Prints trade button parameters.
PERR
Special debug command, contact supplier for details.
PPIN
Prints PIN access codes.
PSPIN
Prints SPIN parameters


Table 31: KP200 parameters print out commands. 























Description
Value
Power Supply
12,0 – 20,0 V AC or 
12,0 – 24,0 V DC (1,0 – 2,0A)
Current consumption - peak
2A
Current consumption - transmitting mode
250mA
Current consumption - idle mode
80mA
Quad band GSM module
850/900/1800/1900 MHz 
PCB dimensions
106 × 89 mm
Unit dimensions
290 × 113 × 56 mm
External Antenna SMA
1
Weight approx..
1500 gr.
Alarm inputs

Alarm outputs (relay)
2
Wiegand 26 Output
Yes
Wiegand 26 Input
Yes
12V DC Aux. Power Supply output
Yes (*100 mA max)
12,0 – 20,0 V AC or 
12,0 – 24,0 V DC Power Supply input
Yes
Anti-tamper protection
optional


  1. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS


  1. CONTACTS
CONTROL FREQ LTD
Field
Preston Barracks
Lewes Road
Brighton
BN2 4GL

Phone: 01273 25 70 60



























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