WebWayOne Guide -

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For a Serial Connection he following is required

WebWayOne Castle cable (05-5031)

  • EuroOne G2 – MSX-5 Expander card

Simple installation and commissioning

The WebWay solution is quick and easy to install and commission with your chosen ARC. A WebWay modem capture board with a two wire connection to the Alarm System, (or a WebWay provided cable serial emulation), a two-wire connection for power, an Ethernet cable to the Router and locate the aerial.

 

Our Auto Take On process completes the WebWay installation. The WebWay servers automatically programme the WebWay to work seamlessly with the Castle to enable SIA alarms, Upload Download and secure remote access using the Castle software.

Serial Connectivity

Connect the RS232; R &T terminals and RTN on the WebWay to the RS232 Connector found on the Castle 46 board.

WebWay Supplied Cable 05-5031

 

WebWay SPT

Cable

RS232 T

BLUE

RS232 R

RED

RTN

GREEN


Castle Cable

If you are using a Castle supplied cable (Part Ref Euro-055 Loom) and cutting to fit the cable wiring will be as follows,


WebWay SPT

Cable

RS232 T

BLUE

RS232 R

YELLOW

RTN

BLACK

 

IMPORTANT – Ensure that the cable is plugged into the expansion card on the castle panel and not the RS232 port on the main PCB.


Serial Panel Programming Remote Access Programming
1. Go to Engineering Mode 1. Go to ‘set up downloading’
2. Go to programme Digi/SMS call 2. Select download by <WebWayOne>
3. Select Disable Digi/SMS <0> 3. Select poll timeout <10> 
4. Select ARC Details <1> 4. Select modem init timeout <060>
5. Select Active <Yes> 5. Select rings to answer <1>
6. Select format <WebWayOne IP> (Option 141) 6. Select comm. Tx timeout <030>
7. Select SIA Ack Char <006> 7. Select ARMPC telephone number <not required>
8. Select SIA Nack Char <021> 8. Select program PCs <1>
9. Select valid areas <select areas to be reported> 9. Select modem telephone number <not required>
10. Select stop on success <yes> 10. Select signal alarms <No>
11. Select ARC account <No> 11. Select signal faults <No>
12. Select content 1-16 <Trigger events> (recommend 1-5, & 7-13) 12. Select signal set/unset <No>
13. Select content 17-32 <Trigger events> (recommend 21-25, 27-30, & 32) 13. Select signal access code <No>
14. Select redials <03> 14. Select password <optional UDL password>
15. Select time out <15> 15. Select redials <03>
16. Select test calls <No> 16. Select time out <00>
17. Select stop on success <No>
18. Select dial mode <retry same>
19. Exit engineering mode and save the configuration