Control panel with built-in power supply to operate with wired detectors "Contact GSM-9A"
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Clear indication

The Contact GSM-9As built-in light indication is designed to notify about the following:

  • device availability for arming;
  • availability of arming partitions;
  • security alarm triggering;
  • use of backup power supply by the security control panel.

The security panel also features 2 outputs for siren and external light indication connection.

Intuitive control

The Contact GSM-9A can be controlled as follows:

  • Touch Memory keys;
  • RFID smart card readers MIF2-1, MIF3-1;
  • console control software.

The Contact GSM-9A lets you combine security zones into 6 partitions. Independent arming of partitions allows you to prevent unauthorized access to utility rooms during sales area operating hours.

The built in Touch memory key reader is in the scope of the device supply but if necessary it can be added with external key readers. Every TM key is configured to control certain partitions individually.
This allows one-touch arming of the whole facility (or a certain partition). The Contact GSM-9A stores up to 16 user keys in its memory.

RFID MIF readers can also be used for object arming and disarming with Mifare smart cards.


When serious electrical power supply interruptions affect a secure facility, a high-capacity battery becomes necessary.
The built-in power backup supply with 1.2 or 7 Ah battery capacity allows the Contact GSM-9A to address power backup issues.

The visually appealing design of the device enclosure means it will fit into any interior.

System capacity

Independent areas up to 6
Zones up to 6
Tamper +
Touch Memory keys and smart cards up to 16
Outputs 2

Wired intersystem

Hardwired zones 3/6
"Open collector" outputs 2 (12 V, 300 mA)
ouch memory controller +
Operation with Proximity readers in the Touch memory (MATRIX II) protocol +
Operation with RFID MIF2 and MIF3 readers +
Built in Touch memory reader +
Connecting on external Touch Memory reader +


GSM 2 SIM-cards

Communication channels

Contact ID via GSM GPRS Online +
Contact ID via GSM GPRS Offline +
Contact ID via GSM CSD +
Contact ID via GSM SMS to monitoring software +
GSM SMS to the owner +

General specifications

Event logs 65 535
Setup via cable USB1 +
Setup via cable USB2 +
Remote setup via GSM CSD +
Remote setup via TCP connection +
Arming/disarming via monitoring software +

Power supply

Input voltage AC 220-230 V
Power supply availability check +
Battery discharge and failure check +
Stand-by battery external
Stand-by battery power 12V


Case +
Built-in howler +
Overall dimensions 142x108x42 mm
Weight (without housing and antenna) 320 g
Operating temperature range -30+50
Dimensions in housing for a battery 1.2 Ah 296x160x82 mm
Dimensions in housing for a battery 7 Ah 296x250x90 mm

External indicators

Power indicator +
Availability for arming +
Partition state +

Hardwired zones

The Contact GSM-9 panel allows you to connect up to 3 fire alarm detectors or up to 6 security sensors. This number is enough to provide security for store units, production and distribution facilities, single-room flats and other small facilities.

Controlled outputs

To provide additional light and sound indication, the Contact GSM-9A panel lets you simultaneously connect a siren and light indicator.
The light and sound indicators are independent of each other so they can be used for different partitions.

Temperature data

A wired temperature sensor on 1-Wire data bus is connected to Contact GSM-9A panel in order to use temperature alert system in a secure facility.

Data transmission

The Contact GSM-9A transmits information through a GSM communication channel. The device is equipped with two
SIM-cards to enhance fault-tolerance. If one cellular provider is unavailable, the Contact GSM-9A panel transmits data to the dispatcher console via the second SIM-card of another cellular provider.

If the Contact GSM-9A is intended for use as a personal security device (without transmitting alarms to a security console), then the security panel automatically notifies the owner using SMS or messages in the GEO.RITM Mobile application.

Remote configuring
and updating

To change the configuration or update firmware of the security panel remotely, use either TCP/IP connection or the CSD communication channel.

This means you do not have to visit the panel installation location.
For example, to delete a lost user Touch Memory key from the devices memory.