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Honeywell ADE Accenta/Optima Gen4 G4 GSM Alarm dialer SMS Text Email Sender Alert


The GSM Cellular Phone based Alarm Dialer is designed to allow 2-way communication from your Honeywell ADE Accenta Alarm panel and your mobile phone by SMS text.  The device communicates using the mobile network (requires a SIM card) allowing you to monitor your alarm remotely without a telephone line.


  • Small size allows installation within alarm panel
  • Battery backup with power failure notification
  • Pre-wired for quick and easy installation
  • SMS and email message can be customised
  • Arm and Disarm by SMS (simply send 'set'/'unset')
  • Send any keypad key press remotely (e.g. 1234P1)
  • Ultra simple programming and set up
  • Dials, send SMS messages and email
  • SOS command triggers panic alarm remotely
  • Keypad access using a PC


    Calls and texts are made and sent to multiple numbers when the alarm sounds or (optionally) when the alarm is set and unset.

    The alarm can also be set and unset remotely by SMS text message. (simple text 'set' or 'unset' to the dialler).  Additionally emails can be sent on any event along with SIM card balance and allowance information.  Using our PC software the keypad can be accessed remotely from anywhere just as if you were using the keypad on site!  


    The system is configured for the Honeywell G3/G4 alarm panels.  For 2-way communication the alarm panel must have the remote keypad connections on the PCB (most do).

    Calls are dialled in the order in which they are added.  The numbers are dialled sequentially until a call is answered and rejected (hung-up) or a call is answered and the # key is pressed or until all of the numbers have been dialled.

    If a call is answered the system will automatically hang up the call after 5s.  The dialler will then call the next number.  During the 5s call the recipient can end dialling by holding the # key on their phone or by ending the call if the recipient is a mobile phone  After dialling is complete, the system will proceed to send the customisable text message to the list of text numbers.

     Setup and operation is performed by simple SMS text messages including adding and removing user telephone numbers. A complete list of accepted telephone numbers can be viewed via SMS text message. Additionally the memory can be scanned with an individual number, the result displayed by an on-board LED and SMS text.

    We have software available for programming and monitoring these devices remotely over the internet. This can also be used to update you device.

    Balance checking is available using the FORWARD, SMS and DIAL commands (see manual). Additionally, a balance email can be sent to your email address every 1 to 63 days along with a periodic status messages.


    Quick Start Guide

    Email QSG




    Anything else I need to know?
    When you buy the board you will also receive a suitable quad-band antenna. If you are using the board in a plastic enclosure you can connect the antenna directly to the board. If the enclosure is metallic you will need to use an SMA coaxial extension cable (not Reverse Polarity RP) so you can mount the antenna outside of the enclosure. 

    Anything else I need to know?


    All PCBs are supplied with a quad band stub antenna and a PCB to aerial connector cable (~15cm long).  Anrtennas should be mounted outside of metallic enclosures.  The PCB connector is a U.FL connector and the aerial connector is a standard GSM SMA connector shown below (should an extension cable be required).


    SMA Conector for use with GSM Alarm Dialer


    Our optional sticky backed antenna makes installation quick and simple however this can only be mounted on non-metallic thin surfaces.  Various antennas are available from our wesbite - please see 'Accessories'. 



    When deciding on which network to use we recommend that you search on the network provider home page to ensure you will receive a good signal in your geographic location. Please note that this unit does not work with 3G only networks such as 'Three'.  The Site Finder website is very useful for finding your closest mast and network


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