GSM Communicators 2016-06-14T14:40:52+01:00

GSM Communicators

CQR have two advanced GSM communicators that can be connected to any peripheral device such as an intruder alarm system, fire control panel, CCTV equipment or access control equipment etc. On applying a signal to the communicator’s inputs the device will send a customised SMS text message to each of the telephone numbers that are programmed into the communicator.  Each input can have a different message assigned to them. Both devices offer different programming options to suit the installation requirements and control of outputs is possible via SMS messages from a mobile phone. The GSM controllers communicate directly to your customer’s mobile phone and no Central Monitoring Station fees are necessary.

GD05

FW/GD05 GSM Communicator   

  • 5 Inputs
  • 1 Relay 24v 1A
  • Call Alert Delivery
Datasheet
Installation Manual
 
GD-06 GSM Module

FW/GD04 GSM Communicator   

  • 4 Inputs
  • 2 Relay 250v .05A
  • Call Alert Delivery
Datasheet
Installation Manual
 
 FW/GD04 Features FW/GD05 
4 Inputs 2
2 x Relay 250v 0.5A Outputs 1 x Relay 24V 1A
1 Activated & 4 Restore SMS Delivery  5 Activated & 5 Restore
Yes Call Alert Delivery Yes
8 (per input) Telephone Numbers 5
Yes SMS Relay Control Yes
Yes Programmable via Web No
Yes Programmable via USB Yes
Yes Programmable via SMS Yes

FAQ - Comminicators

What can I do with a GSM Controller?

The three most popular uses of a GSM Controller are:

  1.  Control remote devices to operate access controlled doors or gates.
  2.  Create and send SMS alerts to multiple users
  3.  Alarm Notifications. A suitable output from an alarm system can be connected to GSM Controller to send customised alarm messages.

How do they operate?

GSM controllers utilise the GSM networks to send ‘programmed’ SMS messages. The SMS messages are sent upon the activation of a input. Outputs on the device can be controlled remotely when the device receives the correct instruction sent via a SMS message from a user.

Is this secure?

The devices only respond to users who have the correct ‘code’ embedded in the SMS message. The code is programmable by the user.

How many users can control the output(s)?

Controlling the output via SMS message is unlimited so long as the user has the relevant code embedded into the message.