These phones should be able to control the system via SMS. Caller ID must not be blocked on the number. The commands must be within brackets eg (411) which are the numbers to access the control menu, eg 4 for Home Control, 1 for Light and 1 foro ON.
We have not received the cclx file
To summarise, to allow the system to respond to SMS commands
The calling phone must be in the phone numbers for dial out
The calling phone must not have its number blocked for caller ID
The GSM SIM of the UCM/GSM must have caller ID enabled, ie must be able to show incming caller IDs. Some plans do not have this feature enabled
The numeric commands within the open and close brackets must correspond to the user menu numeric commands to control the items selected, eg 4 for Home Control, 1 for Lights, 5 for Master Bedroom Lights. 1 for On, the text message should be (4151)
I have a similar problem, my GSM no longer accepts sms or voice,
If I take the sim card out and put it in a my pad they text messages come through as text messages on pad.
The GSM has worked previously but I noticed on a few occasions when their has been alarm states ect that I as no longer getting texts either.
It seems as though it is a communication error where while the card is in the gsm module it does not receive a signal.
Question is do I purchase a new GSM module with UCM s mine is the older gsm2, or is it a programming error
GSM has the correct numbers programmed to accept texts etc.
The UCM/GSM firmware version is 6.081
The UCM/GSM is the older version GSM2
Backup battery is installed
On the sub module R16 green flashing R13 solid red
On UCM D10 green & D9 flashing
D2 solid red
Busy2 solid red
It would seem to me that the submodule is no longer functioning as it cannot accept commands via text and can no longer be dialed into, I tried another sim card but that did not work either. I do believe that it is a serious communication issue but I am unable to resolve it
I am considering ordering a new submodule which I would rather avoid Since the gsm was bought in 2011 the warranty on it would have run out.
Before I do so I would need to know if it is just the submodule I have to get or or the UCM as well?
Last edited on Monday Jul 14th, 2014 10:11 pm by Swiss-Toni