• 220 Series Universal Cellular Communicator Installation manual. • Parts Parts 20 Electronic board locator pins Cover 21 JP2 current draw limiter jumper (versions with housing Base only): see “Description of jumpers” on page 8 Indicator lights (LED) 22 Battery connector: versions with housing only Closing screw (parked position) 23 ANT5-02 adapter cable Base mounting holes (4) 24 Adapter cable nut. • Figure 2 – Identification of parts: a) ANT5-02, GSM antenna with 2 m cable and SMA connector (optional); b) version with housing; c) kit version. • The above mentioned 220 series is been designed and made to the highest standards of quality and performance. The manufacturer recommends that the installed system should be completely tested at least once a month.
Installation manual. The FC200/SL Slave panel must have the BENTEL BA424. Installation of these systems must be carried out strictly in accordance with the. BENTEL SECURITY srl nu este responsabil pentru folosirea. Centralele de incendiu tipul, J408-8, J408-4 si. Alarma a fost generata manual de la buton.
Bentel Security shall not be responsible for damage arising from improper installation or maintenance by unauthorized personnel. • Quad-Band GPRS (HSPA Dual-Band) to Sur-Gard System I, II, III, IV and 5 receivers. The following versions are available. BGS-220: communicator board with 2G module in plastic housing.
B3G-220: communicator board with 900/1800 MHz 3G module in plastic housing. • 6 terminals, programmable as Open-Collector outputs or input lines. Protection against overvoltage on the phone line.
2G Quad band (BGS-220 and BGS-220K) or 3G, Dual Band (B3G-220/EU and B3G-220K/EU) communicator. Integrated antenna: versions with housing only. • When the communicator is powered by the battery, ONLY communicator events are transmitted.
The primary power and (optional) battery voltages are supervised. The power supply for communicator models BGS-220 and B3G-220/EU must be SELV, with power limited to 1 A. • Interface type between SPT (Supervised Premises Transceiver) Proprietary interface and AS (Alarm System) ATS (Alarm Transmission System) SINGLE PATH Alarm Transmission System performance SP4 for digital messages SP2 for vocal/text messages Average transmission time D3 (20 s) D2 (60 s) Maximum transmission time M3 (60 s) M2 (120 s) • Description of indicator lights The communicator is equipped with indicator lights (LED) which report the following information. During initialisation, all LEDs light up for less than 1 second. During factory settings restore, LEDs are off while LEDs are on. Colour Name Description.
• Type of communication Slow flashing Slow flashing Initialisation: the LEDs flash until the communicator receives a GSM signal. Fast flashing SMS incoming: the LED flashes for a few seconds.
Slow flashing Remote session: the LED may flash for a few seconds after the end of the session. Slow flashing Voice call: reports the communicator's voice call, NOT that of the panel to which it is connected, if any. • Description of terminals Terminals Description Ground: this terminal must be connected to the electrical system ground to protect the device against overvoltage on the telephone line and to satisfy safety requirements.
Internal telephone line: these terminals must be connected to the panel or other communications terminal. External telephone line: these terminals may be connected to the PSTN line.
• Installation Connect the power supply and telephone circuits after the communicator is mounted and connected to the building ground circuit. Before fitting or removing the SIM card, make sure the communicator is NOT powered up. The communicator shall be installed only by a QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN, indoors, in a safe, dry position, away from RF transmitting equipment. • Figure 3 – Installing the kit communicator: A) metal housing; B) communicator board; C) panel motherboard; D) adhesive plastic mount; E) base of metal housing. • Installing the version with housing The version with housing must be mounted to a wall with screws and plugs (not included) as described below and shown in figure 4. Open the communicator: insert a flathead screwdriver into holes 33 and prise the cover off the base, than slide the cover upwards to separate it from the base completely. • Figure 4 – Installing the communicator with housing.
The communicator complies with the EN 50136-2 standard and, for this reason, its access codes have to be set at the first power up, by means of the Console, in this way the communicator functionality will be enabled. If you do not need the compliance with the EN 50136-2 and like to start working without the Console, please proceed as follows. • Installing the antenna ANT5-02 The ANT5-02 has greater gain than the communicator's integrated antenna in the version with housing, and can be mounted indoors within 2 meters of the communicator, to improve GSM reception, as described below and shown in figure 5. • Installing the antenna ANT5-15 The ANT5-15 has greater gain than the communicator's integrated antenna in the version with housing, and can be mounted outdoors within 15 m of the communicator, to improve GSM reception.