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This FAQ describes how you can configure 2N® Lift1 via SMS messages. You will learn commands which you can use for SMS configuration and also possible responds to this commands.

Configuration SMS messages

Below you can find list of possible SMS configuration commands for 2N® Lift1, such configuration is possible only in combination with 2N® EasyGate PRO with FW version xxxx. In list below, you can see exact format of available messages. You can use up to 160 characters per SMS message. 

  1. Configuration:
    L1 CNF 12345 011=00420222222222 012=00420111111111 (You can use any available parameter from parameter chart)
  2. Put 2N® Lift1 into the factory default:
    L1 DEF 12345
  3. Choose profile(if you set profile 1, than it is equal to the point 2 - DEF):
    L1 SET 12345 2
  4. Restart:
    L1 RST 12345

Possible responses

Confirmation messages

L1 CNF OK - configuration was applied

L1 DEF OK - reset to factory default was successful

L1 SET OK - switch of profile was successful

L1 RST OK - restart of the device was successful

 

Error messages

L1 ERR Invalid Message  -If L1 sign is missing or is different (L2, L4 WHATEVER ELSE)

L1 ERR Unknown Command  -If another command then CNF, DEF, SET a RST was applied (DFE FNC ETC ...)

L1 ERR Invalid Password  - Incorrect password for programming (default is 12345)

L1 ERR Invalid Parameters  - releated to CNF and SET.

L1 ERR Invalid Syntax  -Syntax error, when there are some spaces or chars where shouldn’t be

L1 ERR Does not Respond  - doesn’t answer the call after 60 sec
                                               - when the call is answered but doesn’t react for CPC programming
                                               - hang up during programming
                                               - doesnt react on WRITE_START, WRITE_CONFIRM, or CRC_REQUEST

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