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Table of contents
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Emergency Procedures
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2
Introduction
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2.1
About documentation
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2.2
Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Product Manufacturing Dates
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3
System overview
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3.1
Parts List
10
4
Quick Installation
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4.1
Setting the Time and Date
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Card Functions and Locations
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5.1
D6600 Front Panel
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5.2
Line Cards and Modules
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5.3
D6600 Rear View
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5.3.1
D6600 Internal View
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5.4
D6100IPv6 Front Panel
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5.5
D6100IPv6 Rear View
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D6600 Specific Cards
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6.1
D6640/D6641 Line Cards and D6645 Line Terminator Cards
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6.1.1
D6640/D6641 LED Descriptions
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6.2
Card Installation
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6.3
D6610 CPU Card and D6615 CPU Terminator Card
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6.4
Card Removal and Replacement
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Printer Specifications
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Installation
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8.1
Installation Check List
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8.2
Rack Mount Instructions
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8.3
Removing Power to the Receiver
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Power
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9.1
Power Supply Modules
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9.2
Main Power
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9.3
Standby Power
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9.4
Connecting External Batteries
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9.4.1
Minimum Standby Battery
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9.4.2
Minimum Standby UPS Power
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9.4.3
Estimated BTU Load
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Input and Output Ports
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10.1
Overview of Input and Output Ports
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10.1.1
UPS Monitoring through CPU Programmable Input Ports
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10.1.2
Automation Link Monitoring (COM3) through CPU Programmable Output Ports
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D6600/D6100IPv6 Operation
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11.1
Process Flow
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11.1.1
Receiver Handshake and Kiss-Off
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11.1.2
Message Verification
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11.1.3
Handshake Tone Compatibility
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11.1.4
Message is Received
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11.1.5
How Call Groups Work
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11.1.6
Buzzer Operation
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11.1.7
Reporting Devices: Primary and Secondary
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Normal Operation Mode
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11.3
Operating in Manual Mode
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11.4
Keypad Menu Operation
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11.4.1
Log In
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11.4.2
Using the Keypad
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11.4.3
Event Buffer Display
36
11.4.4
Current System Trouble Display
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11.4.5
Software Version Display
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11.4.6
Keypad Functions
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11.5
Busy Seconds (Line Busy) Reports
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11.6
Two-Way Audio
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11.6.1
Enhancements and Changes
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11.6.2
Two-Way Auto Modes of Operation
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Network Communications
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12.1
Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 Pre-installation Requirements
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12.1.1
Setting Up the Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 over an Ethernet Network
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12.1.2
Host Computer for Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 System Setup
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12.2
Operation
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12.2.1
Setting Up the Host Computer
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12.2.2
Network Failover Solution (D6600 Only)
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12.2.3
Conettix Datagram Type Differences
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12.2.4
Networking and Encryption
54
12.3
Special Conettix D6600 Applications
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12.4
D6100IPv6 Configuration Setup Instructions
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12.4.1
Factory Default IP Address
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12.4.2
Identifying the MAC Hardware Address
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12.4.3
Obtaining an IP Address
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12.4.4
Using the D6200 to configure the D6100IPv6
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12.4.5
Configuring for Network Communication
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12.5
D6100i Configuration Setup Instructions
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12.5.1
Identifying the MAC Hardware Address
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12.5.2
Obtaining an IP Address
64
12.5.3
Initial IP Address Assignment Using ARP.EXE
65
12.5.4
Using Telnet to Finish the Configuration
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12.5.5
Configuration Using Telnet
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12.5.6
Configuring for Network Communication
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No Data Received Reports
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13.1
No Data Received
72
13.2
Data Error
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13.3
Wrong Data
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Central Station Automation System
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15
Central Station Tips
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15.1
Back-up Receiver
75
15.2
Computer Interface
75
15.3
D6200 Programming Software
75
15.4
Telephone Lines
75
15.5
Proper Ground
75
15.6
Radio Frequency Interference
76
15.7
Test Communicator
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Troubleshooting Guide
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Specifications
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Service Information
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Emergency Procedures
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Notice!
Throughout this document references to D6100IPv6 also apply to the D6100IPv6 unless otherwise noted.
The Service Information, page 84 section of this guide contains a Service Information form.
Keep this form current and accessible to central station personnel at all times in case of
emergency.
If your D6600/D6100IPv6 becomes inoperable or experiences trouble receiving signals:
1.
Notify your supervisor.
2.
Refer to Troubleshooting Guide, page 77.
3.
Contact Bosch Security Systems, Inc. at (800) 289-0096 for assistance if you have a
receiver spares package and need to replace a circuit card or module.
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Notice!
The AC/DC Power Supply Module and DC/DC Power Supply Module for the D6600 are not
field serviceable. Contact Bosch Security Systems, Inc. for service.
Caution!
Disconnect power to the receiver before removing the CPU or CPU terminator card.
Before Calling
1.
Have this guide nearby and opened to Troubleshooting Guide, page 77.
2.
Have your spares package, the D6200 Programming Software, and the D6600/D6100IPv6
Program Entry Guide (P/N: 4998122702) nearby.
3.
Know the location of the telephone line jacks for the receiver.
4.
Know the telephone numbers to the receiver’s telephone line cards.
5.
Know the exact nature of the problem you are experiencing such as reports received,
LEDs lit, or Operator Alert Buzzer sounded.
6.
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Introduction
2.1
About documentation
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Document Terminology
Action buttons for the D6600/D6100IPv6 are described using the following terminology:
D6600
D6100IPv6
Terminology
[M/E]
[ENTER]
Enter
[∆]
[∆]
Up (a level)
[∇]
[∇]
Down (a level)
[CAN]
[CANCEL]
Cancel
[⃞]
[ACKNOWLEDGE]
Acknowledge
[F]
[FUNCTION]
Function
Copyright
This document is the intellectual property of Bosch Security Systems, Inc. and is protected by
copyright. All rights reserved.
Trademarks
All hardware and software product names used in this document are likely to be registered
trademarks and must be treated accordingly.
Conettix Documentation
Conettix DX4020 Installation Guide – F01U045288
Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 Quick Start (this document) – 4998122701
Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 Program Entry Guide – 4998122702
Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 Computer Interface Manual – 4998122703
Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 Release Notes – 4998122709
D6202 Operation and Installation Guide – 4998122713
Conettix D6201 Installation Instructions – 4998122717
C900TTL-E Installation Guide – 4998122718
DeviceInstaller Operation and Installation Guide – 4998138688
Conettix D6680 Installation Guide – 4998138732
Conettix ITS-D6686 Installation Guide – F01U078049
Conettix D6600 Card Insertion Installation Guide – 4998141059
Conettix D6200 Operation and Installation Guide – 4998154991
Conettix C900V2 Installation Guide – F01U003472
Ethernet Communication Module B420 Operation and Installation Guide – F01U215236
Ethernet Communication Module B426 Operation and Installation Guide – F01U266226
2.2
Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Product Manufacturing Dates
Use the serial number located on the product label and refer to the Bosch Security Systems,
Inc. web site at http://www.boschsecurity.com/datecodes.
The following image shows an example of a product label and highlights where to find the
manufacturing date within the serial number.
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System overview
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Notice!
The D6600/D6100IPv6 Installation and Operation Guide covers the general installation and operation of the products.
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Refer to the appropriate Installation Supplement included with your product for the specifics
of your particular installation.
Customers ordering a D6100IPv6-01 receive a Model D6100IPv6 Communications Receiver/
Gateway, and should refer to the UL864 & UL1610 Installation Supplement (P/N: F01U134241)
included with the product.
The Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 Communications Receiver/Gateway offers several unique
features:
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Modular construction with plug-in circuit boards for quick, easy service
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Open-structure PC platform for future development
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Programmable formatting for receiving data from most major brands of digital
communicators
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Easy and inexpensive updating using modular cards (D6600 only)
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Convenient software downloads
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Superior digital signal processing to reduce noise and signal loss
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User interface module with LED indicators
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Front panel keypad
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Alphanumeric liquid crystal display (LCD The D6600 metal enclosure contains several
modular cards:
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Conettix D6610 Central Processing Unit (CPU) Card
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Conettix D6615 CPU Terminator Card
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Conettix D6640 or D6641 Telephone Line Card that supports four telephone line
interfaces
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Conettix D6645 Telephone Line Terminator Card
Up to seven additional telephone line cards along with seven additional line terminator cards
can be installed in the D6600 to expand the receiver’s capacity to 32 receiving lines.
D6600/D6100IPv6 Supported Communication Formats
Acron Super Fast
ROBOFON*
Ademco Slow
Scantronics Scancom*
Ademco Express
Seriee FSK/DTMF*
Ademco High Speed
Sescoa Super Speed
Ademco Contact ID
SIA 8/20/300
CFSK Bell/V.21*
SIA ADT*
FBI Superfast
SIA V.21*
Franklin/Sescoa
Silent Knight Fast
ITI*
Silent Knight FSK
Radionics BFSK
Standard Pulse Formats
Radionics Hex
Sur-Gard DTMF
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Radionics Modem II
Telim*
Bosch Modem4/ModemIIIa²/ModemIIe
Veritech FSK
RB2000 (D6641 only)*
VONK (D6641 only)*
* Not investigated by UL.
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Use a printer to permanently record date, time, group number or transmission format and
line number, account number, receiver number, and event by area, zone, and point. The
printer tape and the D6600/D6100IPv6 LCD display show other receiver status messages
such as software revision levels of the CPU Card.
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Program the D6600/D6100IPv6 using the front panel keypad or through the COM4 port
with the D6200 Programming Software package.
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The Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 support data network communications including an
account database capacity of up to 3200 accounts with the optional Conettix D6201 IP
Security Key.
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The D6600/D6100IPv6 works with the following Bosch Security Systems, Inc. control
panels (referred to throughout this manual as “Bosch control panels”): D9412GV3/
D7412GV3/D7212GV3, D9412GV2/D7412GV2/D7212GV2, D9412G/D7412G/D7212G/
D9412/D7412/D7212, and D911.
3.1
Parts List
Conettix D6600 System Components
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One Conettix D6600 Communications Receiver/Gateway
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One AC power cord
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One Battery cable P6601
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I/O cable P6602
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Two rack mount brackets
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Four 8/32 phillips-head screws
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One CD-ROM D6200CD
The D6X00 README.TXT file on the CD lists the installation files contained on the CD.
Conettix D6100IPv6 System Components
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Conettix D6100IPv6 Communications Receiver/Gateway
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18 VAC transformer
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Battery cable P6601
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I/O cable P6602
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CD-ROM D6200CD
The D6X00 README.TXT file on the CD lists the installation files contained on the CD.
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Quick Installation
D6600
1.
Place the D6600 in a secure location.
2.
Remove the tie wrap from the receiver door handle. Open the door and remove the
packaging foam from the front of the CPU Card.
3.
Gently push the CPU and line cards into their slots until they connect securely.
4.
Ensure that the D6600 power switch is in the OFF position.
5.
Plug the AC power cord into the rear of the D6600.
6.
Plug the other end into an unswitched 100 to 120 VAC (or 220 to 230 VAC), 50 to 60 Hz
line.
7.
Refer to the figure AC Power and Telephone Connections, page 12. Plug the telephone
8.
If you need a network automation connection, skip this step and continue with the
lines into the connectors on the first line terminator card.
remainder of the installation. For additional instructions on connecting automation
software to the network, refer to Network Communications, page 42. Refer to the figure
Automation PC and External Parallel Printer Connections, page 12. Connect the
automation computer (callout 1) to COM3 the center DB-9 connector on the CPU
terminator card, using a null-modem cable (callout 2).
9.
Refer to the figure Automation PC and External Parallel Printer Connections, page 12.
Connect an external parallel printer, with the power off (callout 4), to the lower 25-pin
connector on the CPU terminator card (callout 5).
10. Turn the power switch on the D6600 to the ON position.
11. Press the UP button to increase display contract. Press the Down button to decrease
display contrast.
12. Press the Menu button to enter the menu.
13. On the Enter Password screen, type 6600 (default password).
14. Press the Enter button to enter the menu.
Use these keys to operate the D6600 menus:
Enter – Enter a menu level
Cancel– Return to the previous menu level
UP/Down arrow – Scroll through the menus
15. Set the Time and Date on the D6600 (refer to Setting the Time and Date, page 13).
16. The D6600 is ready to accept calls.
D6100IPv6
1.
2.
Place the D6100IPv6 in a secure location (such as a rack mount or desktop).
Refer to the figure AC Power and Telephone Connections, page 12. Plug telephone lines
into the connectors on the back of the D6100IPv6.
3.
If you need a network automation connection, skip this step and continue with the
remainder of the installation. For additional instructions on connecting automation
software to the network, refer to Network Communications, page 42. Refer to the figure
Automation PC and External Parallel Printer Connections, page 12. Connect the
automation computer (callout 1) to COM3, the DB-9 connector using a null-modem cable
(callout 2).
4.
Refer to the figure Automation PC and External Parallel Printer Connections, page 12.
Connect an external parallel printer (callout 4), with the power off, to the 25-pin
connector (callout 6).
5.
Connect the transformer leads to the 18 VAC terminals and plug the other end into the
power source.
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Press the Up to increase the display contrast. Press the Down arrow to decrease the
display contrast.
7.
Press the Menu button to enter the menu.
8.
On the Enter Password screen, type 6100 (default password).
9.
Press the Menu button to enter the menu.
Use these keys to operate the D6100IPv6 menus:
Menu – Enter a menu level
Cancel – Return to the previous menu level
Up/Down arrow – Scroll through the menus
10. Set the Time and Date on the D6100IPv6 (refer to Setting the Time and Date, page 13).
11. The D6100IPv6 is ready to accept calls.
AC Power and Telephone Connections
D6600
D6100IPv6
Figure 4.1: AC Power and Telephone Connections
Callout ᅳ Description
1 ᅳ Telephone connection
2 ᅳ AC power terminals
3 ᅳ AC power connector
Automation PC and External Parallel Printer Connections
D6100IPv6
D6600
Figure 4.2: Automation PC and External Parallel Printer Connections
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Callout ᅳ Description
1 ᅳ Automation PC
2 ᅳ COM3 9-pin port (D6600)
3 ᅳ COM3 9-pin port (D6100IPv6)
4 ᅳ Parallel printer
5 ᅳ 25-pin parallel port (D6600)
6 ᅳ 25-pin parallel port (D6100IPv6)
4.1
Setting the Time and Date
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The Time and Date display format is determined by the programming for Menu Item 2.2.3 Set
Country.
Time Setup D6600/D6100IPv6
1.
Press the Enter button to go to the log in screen.
2.
Enter the password (6600 – default password).
3.
Press the Enter button to go to the 1 Event Database
4.
Press the Down button to go to 2 CPU Configuration.
5.
Press the Enter button to go to 2.2 Global.
6.
Press the Enter button to go to 2.2.1 Time Setup.
7.
Press the Enter button to go to Set Time.
8.
Enter the current time.
9.
Press the Enter button to go to 2.2.1 Time Setup/New Time Set…
10. Press the Cancel button to return to the previous level.
Date Setup D6600/D6100IPv6
1.
Press the Enter button to go to the log in screen.
2.
Enter the password (6600 – default password).
3.
Press the Enter button to go to the 1 Event Database.
4.
Press the Down button to go to 2 CPU Configuration.
5.
Press the Enter button to go to 2.2 Global.
6.
Press the Enter button to go to 2.2.2 Date Setup.
7.
Press the Enter button to go to Set Date.
8.
Enter the current time.
9.
Press the Enter button to go to 2.2.2 Date Setup/Current Setting…
10. Press the Cancel button to return to the previous level.
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Card Functions and Locations
5.1
D6600 Front Panel
1
2
Figure 5.1: D6600 Communications Receiver/Gateway (Front View)
Callout ᅳ Description
1 ᅳ LCD – shows up to 80 characters of information (two lines of up to 40 characters each).
2 ᅳ Keypad – the D6600 has a 20-button keypad.
The table below shows and defines the D6600/D6100IPv6 Power LEDs.
2.234
Battery
Supervision
On
Present
A
Power LED Status
Battery
C
X
Green
Solid
Clear
Blinking
X
X
X
Off
X
X
X
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X
Table 5.1: Power LED Indications
The figure below shows and defines the D6600/D6100IPv6 System Trouble LEDs.
System Trouble LED Status
Solid Red or Yellow
Clear
No System Trouble
Any System Trouble*
* Refer to Appendix B: D6600/D6100IPv6 Internal Messages in the D6600/D6100IPv6 Computer
Interface Manual (P/N: 4998122703). The following items cause system trouble. The items
indicated by ** can be enabled or disabled. If they are disabled, they will not cause a system
trouble condition.
Battery Missing**
External Printing Error**
UPS AC Fail**
Line Fault**
Battery Bad**
COM# Error**
UPS Battery Low**
Line Card Trouble**
AC Fail
COM3 Trouble**
System Temperature High
Table 5.2: System Trouble LED
5.2
Line Cards and Modules
Name
Model
Description
Telephone line card
D6640
Legacy Card:
Up to eight line cards can be installed in
one D6600 Receiver, for up to 32
telephone line connections.
Telephone line card
D6641
Functions like the D6640. Includes
improved Public Switched Telephone
Network (PSTN) processing, additional
memory for future enhancements such as
VoIP Compensation, and single firmware
upgrade package.
CPU card
D6610
The D6600 uses one CPU card. The CPU
card takes the incoming information from
the line card and routes the information
to an automation port, the LCD on the
front of the receiver, and an external
printer.
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Power supply modules
D6630 and
The power supply modules regulate the
D6631
power used by the D6600. These are not
field serviceable.
Telephone line terminator
D6645
Located behind the line card, the
card
telephone line terminator card isolates
and protects the line card against outside
voltage surges that might come over the
telephone line. Each line card must have a
line terminator card.
CPU terminator card
D6615
Located behind the CPU card, the CPU
terminator card provides the D6600 with
two serial ports (COM3 and COM4), a
parallel port (parallel printer), and a
general I/O port (I/O). The serial ports
can be used for computer automation, PC
connection for programming, or a network
connection with a Network Ethernet
Module (see specific installation guide
supplied with your product).
Table 5.3: D6600 Line Cards and Modules
5.3
D6600 Rear View
The D6600 has input and output pin connector sockets for up to eight line cards, network
option (if installed), and one CPU card. It also has slots for connecting these cards to their
corresponding terminator cards.
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2
3
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2
3
4
B
A
T
T
E
R
Y
Input:
100 - 120/
220 - 240V~
50 - 60 Hz
2.5 Amps
Figure 5.2: D6600 Communications Receiver/Gateway (Rear View)
Callout ᅳ Description
1 ᅳ Blank plate and location of optional Conettix D6672 COM1 Expansion Kit
2 ᅳ Conettix D6615 CPU Terminator Card
3 ᅳ Card slot covers
4 ᅳ Conettix D6645 Line Terminator Card
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D6600 Internal View
Figure 5.3: Receiver Card Placement
Callout ᅳ Description
1 ᅳ Conettix D6645 Telephone Line Terminator Card
2 ᅳ Backplane
3 ᅳ Conettix D6615 CPU Terminator Card
4 ᅳ D6630 AC/DC Power Supply (not serviceable)
5 ᅳ Conettix D6610 CPU Card
6 ᅳ D6631 AC/DC Power Supply (not serviceable)
7 ᅳ Card guides
8 ᅳ Conettix D6640/D6641 Telephone Line Card
9 ᅳ Direction of receiver front
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2
1
POWER
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVER/GATEWAY
Figure 5.4: D6100IPv6 Communications Receiver/Gateway (Front View)
Callout ᅳ Description
1 ᅳ Liquid crystal display (LCD) - Displays up to 80 characters of information (two lines of
up to 40 characters each).
2 ᅳ 23-button keypad.
5.5
D6100IPv6 Rear View
Line Cards and Modules
The D6100IPv6 does not use the same line cards and modules as the D6600. These functions
are built in.
1
1
7
5
6
4
2
3
2
Figure 5.5: D6100IPv6 Communications Receiver/Gateway (Rear View)
Callout ᅳ Description
1 ᅳ Telephone line connections
2 ᅳ Input/output ports
3 ᅳ COM RS-232 port
4 ᅳ COM3 auxiliary RS-232 port
5 ᅳ Parallel port connection
6 ᅳ Ethernet port (D6100IPv6 only)
7 ᅳ USB port
8 ᅳ Power connection terminal block
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Notice!
Starting with D6200 v2.0 the D6640 Line Card is no longer be supported. Information about
the D6640 is provided in this section for legacy support only.
Figure 6.1: D6640/D6641 Line Card
Callout ᅳ Description
1 ᅳ 48-pin connection to D6645 Line Termination Card
2 ᅳ 40-pin connection to D6600 Back Plate
3 ᅳ LEDs (Refer to D6640/D6641 LED Descriptions, page 20)
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Figure 6.2: D6645 Line Terminator Card
Callout ᅳ Description
1 ᅳ 48-pin connection to D6640/D6641 Line Card.
2 ᅳ Alignment Guide - Stabilizes the connection and acts as a guide for connecting the
terminator card to the line card.
3 ᅳ Telco Line Jacks - Standard telephone lines connect to the RJ11C jacks.
6.1.1
D6640/D6641 LED Descriptions
Each LED represents a line. For example, LED 1 is for line 1. The LED is active until the system
acknowledges the entire transmission and the telephone line is ready to receive signals. The
following table describes LED patterns and colors, and their indications.
Flash Pattern (Color)
Function
Flashes (green)
An incoming call is ringing.
The receiver is online.
ON Steady (green)
The line card detects a line fault condition.
ON Steady (red or yellow)
The line card is ready to receive signals, or is
disabled.
OFF
Table 6.1: LED Descriptions
6.2
Card Installation
Warning!
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Discharge static electricity from your body by touching the receiver’s internal frame (unpainted section) before handling any circuit card.
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Installing Terminator Cards
Refer to D6640/D6641 Line Cards and D6645 Line Terminator Cards, page 19 when performing
the following steps:
1.
Remove the two bracket screws that secure the terminator card (or card slot cover, if this
2.
If you are removing an existing terminator card, open the display door on the front of the
is a new terminator card installation) to the back of the D6600 chassis.
D6600 and pull the line card slightly out, then re-insert. This will push the existing
terminator card out the back of the D6600 chassis.
3.
Remove the existing terminator card. Insert the new terminator card in the same slot by
aligning the top and bottom of the terminator card with the card guides in the D6600
chassis.
4.
Slide the card into the D6600 chassis, wiggling the card as you push until the card is flush
with the back of the chassis.
5.
Secure the bracket screws at the top and bottom of the terminator card. Ensure that the
6.
Repeat this process for all additional terminator cards.
7.
Connect appropriate telephone line cords to the telephone line jack on the terminator
screws are tight.
cards.
8.
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Continue to Installing Line Cards, page 21.
Notice!
Even if you are replacing an existing terminator card, you must proceed to Installing Line
Cards.
Figure 6.3: Removing and Installing the Terminator Card
Callout ᅳ Description
1 ᅳ Terminator Card (D6645 shown)
2 ᅳ Bracket screws (top and bottom)
3 ᅳ Empty slot
4 ᅳ D6600 chassis
Installing Line Cards
1.
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2.
Open the display door on the D6600. One telephone line card is installed in the D6600
when the unit is shipped from the factory.
3.
Insert the new line card into the slot by aligning the top and bottom of the line card with
the card guides in the D6600 chassis. Firmly push the card to make sure it is fully
connected.
4.
If you are installing a new telephone line card, remove the appropriate snap-in covers
from the front of the panel.
5.
Close the front panel.
6.
Program the line card if necessary.
When the line card is initialized (as indicated by a printer report), the settings in the line
card programming section automatically load into the card.
7.
Connect communication lines to the line card.
D6640/D6641 Telephone Line Monitoring
Each line on the line card continuously monitors the telephone line voltage whether on-hook
or off-hook. If the voltage on a line falls below 1.8 VDC a Line Trouble indication is generated
and when it rises above 2.5 VDC it generates a restoral for this line.
6.3
D6610 CPU Card and D6615 CPU Terminator Card
The CPU card connects to the user interface on the front of the D6600 using a 50-pin ribbon
cable socket.
Figure 6.4: D6615 CPU Terminator Card
Callout ᅳ Description
1 ᅳ Alignment Guide - Stabilizes the connection and acts as a guide for connecting the
terminator card to the CPU card.
2 ᅳ COM3 Automation Computer Port - An auxiliary RS-232 port for connecting to a
computer terminal or an automation computer. For SIA/6500 Mode Automation Format
reporting, use a null-modem cable to connect to a computer.
3 ᅳ COM4 RS-232 Port - Connection to a computer running the D6200 programming
software.*
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4 ᅳ Parallel Printer Port.
* Use a null-modem cable to connect directly to the computer. You can also connect this port
to a Network Ethernet Module for communicating over a network.
6.4
Card Removal and Replacement
Warning!
!
Remove power to the D6600 before removing, replacing, or installing the CPU card (D6610)
or CPU terminator card (D6615).
Removing the CPU Card
1.
Remove power to the receiver (refer to Removing Power to the Receiver, page 26).
2.
Carefully grasp the plastic grip on the CPU card. Slide it 2 in to 3 in (50 mm to 75 mm)
out of the enclosure.
3.
Unplug the 50-pin ribbon cable connecting the user interface card to the CPU card. Be
careful not to bend the board when disconnecting this cable. Grasp the plastic plug
connected to the CPU board at the end of the cable and gently pull it away from the
circuit board.
4.
Pull the CPU card straight out of the card guide.
Replacing the CPU Card
1.
Remove power to the receiver (refer to Removing Power to the Receiver, page 26).
2.
Remove the defective CPU card from the enclosure.
3.
Align the top and bottom of the CPU card with the card guides. Slide the card into the
enclosure, leaving 2 to 3 in (50 mm to 75 mm) out to connect the ribbon cable.
4.
Connect the ribbon cable to the CPU card. Orient the cable so the red stripe is up, and
slide the card the remaining distance into the enclosure.
5.
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Printer Specifications
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Notice!
Refer to the appropriate Installation Supplement included with your product for the specifics
of your particular installation.
Use the DB25 port on the back of the D6600/D6100IPv6 rear panel to connect to a standard
parallel text printer.
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8.1
Notice!
Refer to the appropriate Installation Supplement included with your product for the specifics
of your particular installation.
Installation Check List
Check each receiver card to see that it is correctly positioned in the card guides at the
top and bottom of the enclosure. Also confirm that connections did not loosen during
shipment (D6600 only).
Check each receiver card to see that it is correctly positioned in the card guides at the
top and bottom of the enclosure. Also confirm that connections did not loosen during
shipment (D6600 only).
Ensure that the earth ground is connected and grounded through the AC inlet.
If you are installing additional line cards, install the terminator cards now (D6600 only).
After installing additional line terminator cards, install the line cards (refer to Card
Installation, page 20).
Install the line terminator card(s) from your spares package(s). If there is a malfunction,
you can quickly switch over to the replacement card (refer to Card Installation, page 20).
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You can install spare line terminator cards. Do not install spare line cards.
Connect four or six conductor telephone cord(s) to the RJ11C jack(s) of the desired
telephone line(s). Plug the other end of the modular telephone cord(s) into the telephone jack
on the appropriate line terminator card(s).
Connect the supplied AC transformer wiring leads to the AC terminals on the rear of the
D6100IPv6.
Plug the AC cord (D6600 only) into a correctly wired 120 VAC, 60 Hz or 220 VAC, 50 Hz
outlet (standard AC outlet).
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Maintain a 6.5 mm (0.25 in) gap, or greater, between power limited and non-power limited
circuit wiring.
Plug the AC transformer into the correctly wired wall receptacle that matches the voltage
of the transformer.
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Ensure that a switch does not control the outlet.
Turn the D6600 power switch on. The D6100IPv6 starts as soon as you plug in the AC
Transformer.
Set the calendar and clock to the correct date and time and program the necessary
options.
Ensure that the communication formats are correct by having communicators send test
reports to each line connected to the receiver.
8.2
Rack Mount Instructions
Refer to the specific installation guide supplied with your product.
8.3
Removing Power to the Receiver
1.
Remove the battery power connection.
2.
Turn off the AC power on the D6600 or unplug the D6100IPv6 AC transformer.
3.
Unplug the AC cord from the outlet.
Warning!
!
Do not try to restart the D6600/D6100IPv6 with a fully discharged battery. Reconnect after
you apply power. To prevent deep battery discharge, use a D135A Low Battery Cutoff Module.
Refer to the D135A Installation Guide (P/N: 74-06499-000) for more information.
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Notice!
If programmable Output 1 or 2 is activated by automation failure, you cannot clear Output 1
or 2 by pressing the Acknowledge key.
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Power
9.1
Power Supply Modules
9.2
Main Power
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D6600 Power Input
AC Nominal Operating Range
120 V or 230 V
AC maximum Operating Range
100 VAC to 120 VAC, 220 VAC to 240 VAC, 50–60 Hz
2.5 A maximum
Power Cord
IEC 60320 C13 type
Replaceable Fuse
2.5A F250V Fast blow 5x20mm
D6100IPv6 Power Input
AC Nominal Operating Range
18VAC (Refer to the specific Installation Supplement
supplied with your product for your application for
supplied transformer specifics)
Standby Power
9.3
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Notice!
Refer to the appropriate Installation Supplement included with your product for the specifics
of your particular installation.
During a loss of AC power, the receiver automatically switches to standby power. External
batteries or an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) provides standby power. As long as there
is adequate standby power, the receiver’s operation is not interrupted, even if the power loss
occurs during signal processing. When power supervision is enabled and a loss of AC power
occurs, the primary reporting devices (such as printers and computers) show AC FAIL and the
D6600/D6100IPv6 power indicator starts blinking. When AC power restores, the power
indicator stops blinking and reporting devices show AC RESTORE.
9.4
Connecting External Batteries
Notice!
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Do not connect an external battery charger to the D6600/D610IPv6 or its battery. There is a
risk of explosion if the battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
Use the terminal on the rear panel to connect an external DC power source. During AC power
outages, the external DC source supplies power to the receiver. Use a 12 VDC, 7 to 18 Ah
lead-acid battery for external backup power.
Battery Voltage
Above 11.5 V
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11.5 V to 10.2 V
Battery Low
Below 10.2 V
Battery Bad
Battery Missing
Table 9.1: Battery Voltage Display
Device
Qty 12 V Battery Standby
UPS AC Standby Current
Current
D6600 (one D6640/ D6641/
1
800 mA
800 m 350 mA
D6645 Card)
350 mA
A
Additional D6640/ D6641/
210 mA x Qty (2
35 mA x Qty (2
D6645 Cards
to 7)
to 7)
Additional D6650/D6655
300 mA x Qty (1
50 mA x Qty (1
Cards
to 8)
to 8)
D6672 COM1 Adapter
10 mA (if
2 mA (if
installed)
installed)
Total Standby Current:
Total UPS
Current:
Table 9.2: Calculating Standby Current for the D6600
The standby current required for the D6600 depends on the number of optional cards
installed in the receiver. Use the table above to calculate the D6600 standby current. The
standby current required by the D6100IPv6 is listed in the table below.
12 V Battery Standby
UPS AC Standby Current
330 mA
250 mA
Table 9.3: Standby Current for the D6100IPv6
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9.4.1
Notice!
18 Ah batteries are required to meet 24-hour standby requirements.
Minimum Standby Battery
The table below shows the maximum standby current for common rechargeable battery
capacities at 4-hour, 8-hour, and 24-hour standby periods. If the standby current is larger than
the value listed, you must use the next larger capacity battery.
Rechargeable Battery
Capacity
Maximum Standby Current (mA)
4 hr
8 hr
24 hr
7 Ah
1400
700
230
8 Ah
1600
800
265
18 Ah
3600
1800
600
Includes 20% battery de-rating storage factor
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Notice!
18 Ah batteries are required to meet 24‑hour standby requirements.
Minimum Standby UPS Power
The minimum UPS power required (in watts) = Total UPS Current (from the Calculating
Standby Current table) x 120 (voltage) x required hours of standby + 20% (storage).
9.4.3
Estimated BTU Load
The estimated BTU load for the system is calculated as follows: Total UPS Current (from the
Calculating Standby Current table) x AC voltage x 3.4 = Estimated BTU load
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Input and Output Ports
10.1
Overview of Input and Output Ports
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Refer to the appropriate Installation Supplement included with your product for the specifics
of your particular installation.
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2
6
3
1
2
B
A
T
T
E
R
Y
5
3
4
4
Input:
100 - 120/
220 - 240V~
50 - 60 Hz
2.5 Amps
Figure 10.1: D6600 Back Panel Showing Input/Output Ports
Callout ᅳ Description
Callout ᅳ Description
1 ᅳ Input 1
4 ᅳ Ground 2
2 ᅳ Input 2
5 ᅳ Ground 1
3 ᅳ Output 2
6 ᅳ Output 1
1
2
3
1
6
5
2
4
Figure 10.2: D6100IPv6 Back Panel Showing Input/Output Ports
10.1.1
Callout ᅳ Description
Callout ᅳ Description
1 ᅳ Ground 2
4 ᅳ Output 1
2 ᅳ Input 2
5 ᅳ Input 1
3 ᅳ Output 2
6 ᅳ Ground 1
UPS Monitoring through CPU Programmable Input Ports
Use the CPU programmable input port to connect the external UPS to the D6600/D6100IPv6
for power monitoring. Connect the monitoring port from the UPS to matching pins on the
D6600/D6100IPv6 CPU Programmable Input/Output port, refer to Overview of Input and Output
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Ports, page 30. Set up the D6600/D6100IPv6 from Menu 2.2.27 CPU Programmable Input 1
for Input 1; Menu 2.2.28 CPU Programmable Input 2 for Input 2. Refer to the D6600/
D6100IPv6 Program Entry Guide (P/N: 4998122702) for more information.
Input Default Connection Configuration
–
The I/O ports work with dry contact outputs.
–
The open circuit input voltage on the input measures between 9 V and 12 V.
–
UPS Battery OK (restore) – contacts closed
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UPS Battery Low input – contacts open
You can apply other output sources to the input wiring as long as you follow these guidelines:
–
The maximum input voltage allowed without causing damage to the input is 24 VDC.
–
For UPS “Battery OK” (restore), the input range must be between 0 V and 1 V.
–
For UPS “Battery Low,” the input range must be between 3 V and 24 V.
Notice!
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The programmable input voltage range is undefined for input voltages between 1 V and 3 V.
This might cause unexpected results such as toggling between “Battery Low” and “Battery
OK.” The input should be connected to logic level outputs.
Input Reverse Connection Configuration
If the input must be the opposite polarity for correct operation, place an external transistor
circuit between the UPS output signal and the D6600 I/O.
Follow these guidelines for correct operation:
–
The maximum input voltage allowed without damaging the input is 24 V.
–
UPS Battery OK (restore) input range from the UPS operates between 5 V and 24 V.
–
UPS Battery Low input range operates between 0 V and 0.5 V.
4
5
1
2
3
Figure 10.3: Input Wiring for Reverse Configuration
Callout ᅳ Description
1 ᅳ From UPS Battery OK signal 5 to 24
2 ᅳ 22 k to 39 k
3 ᅳ Battery Low signal 0 to 0.6 V
4 ᅳ To I/O input
5 ᅳ Any general purpose NPN transistor
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Warning!
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Operating the input as an analog input between 0.5 V and 5 V might cause abnormal results.
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Notice!
This input state is not defined and might change expected results.
Reverse configuration is not for use in UL Listed applications.
Automation Link Monitoring (COM3) through CPU Programmable Output
Ports
10.1.2
The output connections on the I/O port have an open collector transistor output that can
activate an external sounder or light if the automation system fails.
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Notice!
Configure external devices using the specifications listed in the table below. Outputs are not
verified by UL.
Radionics D6615 CPU Terminator Card
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Solid state output provides a current sink to
Solid State output provides a current sink to
common (-)
common (-)
Maximum load is 20 mA
Maximum load is 75 mA
Vsat @ 1 mA = 0.5 VDC
Vsat @ 10 mA = 0.5 VDC
Vsat @ 10 mA = 3.0 VDC
Vsat @ 25 mA = 1.0 VDC
Maximum voltage = 30 VDC
Vsat @ 50 mA = 2.5 VDC
Maximum voltage = 30 VDC
Table 10.1: Terminator Card Configuration
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D6600/D6100IPv6 Operation
11.1
Process Flow
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Receiver Handshake and Kiss-Off
11.1.1
The telephone line dialed by the communicator connects to a line card in the D6600/
D6100IPv6. The line card detects ringing voltage, answers the incoming call, and sends a
programmed series of handshake tones. The communicator detects the expected handshake
and transmits its message. The receiver sends the kiss-off after the receiver receives and
understands the communicator’s message.
Program the receiver for up to eight handshake attempts, using any combination of the
available handshake tones.
With Handshake Optimization enabled, the D6600 can send the appropriate Handshake Tone
(associated with the Caller ID number in the Caller ID database) to the control panel or a
Dialed Number Identification Service (DNIS) database can be created to optimize the
handshake outputs and other line card parameters.
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The D6600 can use only one database (DNIS or Caller ID) at a time. The D6100IPv6 does not
have this feature.
Message Verification
11.1.2
The D6600/D6100IPv6 checks each message for errors. If the receiver receives the data
correctly, it sends the kiss-off acknowledgment tone to the communicator. The communicator
hangs up and returns the subscriber’s telephone line to normal.
If the data is not correct, the receiver withholds the kiss-off tone and prints an error message
refer to No Data Received Reports, causing the communicator to send the information again. If
the receiver still does not receive the data correctly after the communicator’s set number of
retransmissions, the communicator hangs up. The communicator restarts the signal process
and attempts to transmit another message. The communicator repeats this process until the
receiver receives the kiss-off tone or until the maximum number of dialing attempts is
depleted.
11.1.3
Handshake Tone Compatibility
When the D6600/D6100IPv6 answers an incoming line, it waits for a programmed time before
transmitting the handshake tone(s).
Notice!
Some communicators wait approximately 30 sec for the proper handshake tone. Others hang
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up immediately if they hear an improper handshake tone. Others have a very short handshake
wait time.
To eliminate waiting through a sequence of handshake tones, program the line card so that
the first handshake tone transmitted is compatible with existing equipment.
The D6600/D6100IPv6 can receive incoming signals while transmitting handshakes.
11.1.4
Message is Received
The receiver can process messages from all available telephone lines simultaneously. The
messages print and appear one by one, as the previous message clears from the display.
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Many control panels can transmit multiple messages in the same telephone call. Program the
receiver to print all multiple message transmissions as a group, or print each message on
arrival. Refer to Report Grouping in the D6600/D6100IPv6 Program Entry Guide (P/
N: 4998122702) for more information.
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If DNIS is being utilized, then 2.2.24 Report Grouping must be set to 0 (D6600 only).
As the receiver receives each message and checks the accuracy, it sends the kiss-off tone so
that the communicator can hang up. This allows the receiver to process new incoming calls on
the line. As reporting devices (such as printers and computers) become available to receive
additional signals, the D6600/D6100IPv6 retrieves the stored messages from memory and
sends the messages to the reporting devices.
11.1.5
How Call Groups Work
The D6600/D6100IPv6 allows each line to report and print as part of a call group. The receiver
assigns telephone lines, which operate in rotary, to the same call group. A call group can
include any combination of incoming lines, regardless of the physical location of the line card
in the receiver or the geographical location of the accounts that report to the various lines in
the group. When the receiver assigns a line to a call group, the group number (such as G01)
can identify all reports on that line, with the exception of telephone line or line card trouble
reports. If the receiver does not assign a line to a group, the line number (such as L01)
identifies all reports. Refer to the D6600/D6100IPv6 Program Entry Guide (P/N: 4998122702)
for more details on call groups.
11.1.6
Buzzer Operation
In the Manual Mode, an Operator Alert Buzzer sounds when a message is received until you
press the Acknowledge key. The buzzer operation is programmable and can be disabled when
the receiver is programmed for the Automatic Mode.
11.1.7
Reporting Devices: Primary and Secondary
A reporting device is any device that can print or display messages from the D6600/
D6100IPv6. This includes the central station automation computer or an external printer. You
can enable the external printer and designate it as the primary or secondary device. The
automation computer is always a primary device unless disabled. Primary reporting devices
receive all reports generated by the D6600/D6100IPv6. Secondary reporting devices receive
input from the D6600/D6100IPv6 only when all primary devices fail.
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UL 1981 allows the receiver to suppress printing during normal automation system operation
if the printer starts printing upon automation system failure.
If the receiver is in the Automatic Mode and all of the primary reporting devices (such as
printers and computers) fail, the receiver re-routes the messages to the secondary reporting
device(s). If you program the receiver for no secondary reporting devices or if all secondary
reporting devices fail, the D6600/D6100IPv6 automatically switches to Manual Mode. When
the receiver restores automation to normal operation, the D6600/D6100IPv6 returns to the
Automatic Mode after the user manually acknowledges the last buffered signal.
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Normal Operation Mode
In Normal Operation Mode, the D6600/D6100IPv6 sends messages immediately or in blocks to
reporting devices (such as printers and computers) as soon as the devices are ready to
receive the information. Signals do not remain visible in the display. If all reporting devices
fail, the D6600/D6100IPv6 reverts to Manual Mode until a device returns to service. Normally,
the D6600/D6100IPv6 sounds the Operator Alert Buzzer for new events received when the
automation link fails.
Typical Alarm Receiving Sequence
1.
An alarm occurs on Zone 3 at subscriber location 456. The user programs Account 456 to
report to Line 01 and does not assign Line 01 to report to a call group.
2.
The OL LED glows green when the receiver answers the call and receives data.
The primary reporting device (such as an external printer or automation computer)
activates. If the external printer is a primary reporting device and Line 01 is not assigned
to Group Reporting, it prints.
11.3
3.
If Line 01 is assigned to group 1 Reporting, the receiver’s external printer prints:
4.
Line 01 hangs up.
Operating in Manual Mode
If all reporting devices (such as printers and computers) fail, the D6600/D6100IPv6 reverts to
Manual Mode until a device returns to service.
D6600/D6100IPv6
The D6600/D6100IPv6 receives signals while in Manual Mode. The Operator Alert buzzer
sounds.
1.
Press the Acknowledge button to shut off the operator alert buzzer.
Shuts off the operator alert buzzer
Compare the display to the printout to confirm you read the data correctly.
(For each alarm event, press the Acknowledge button twice; once to acknowledge the
alarm and once to print the event. As you step through this process, the event number
will diminish.)
2.
Press the Acknowledge button to send the message to a connected printer.
3.
Press the Acknowledge button.
Sends the message to a connected printer.
4.
Press the Acknowledge button.
5.
Press the Acknowledge button.
Sends the message to a connected printer.
6.
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Press the Acknowledge button.
8.
Repeat until the reporting device(s) record(s) all outstanding messages and the display
clears.
11.4
Keypad Menu Operation
11.4.1
Log In
D6600/D6100IPv6
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1.
Press the Enter button.
2.
Enter your password.
Notice!
D6600 default password: 6600
D6100IPv6 default password: 6100
Notice!
The System Trouble LED flashes ON and OFF to indicate that you entered the programming
mode. The System Trouble LED continues flashing until you exit the programming mode.
3.
11.4.2
Press the Enter button to accept the password and enter the menu.
Using the Keypad
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Press the Up or Down arrow button to scroll up or down to the appropriate menu.
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Press the Enter button to enter a menu.
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Continue making changes to options until all changes are complete.
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Press the Enter button to accept the changes.
The changes take affect upon exiting the menu.
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Notice!
Press the Cancel button to cancel the change and return to the previous menu.
Event Buffer Display
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Press the Up or Down arrow button to show event buffer contents in the order the events
are received.
11.4.4
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Press the Enter button to view the remaining lines of each message.
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Press the Up or Down arrow button to continue to browse the events in the buffer.
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Press the Cancel button to exit this menu.
Current System Trouble Display
The system trouble light displays when there are system troubles in the buffer.
In the EVENT DATABASE:
1.
Press the Enter button to go to the Display Sort by Time/Date screen.
2.
Press the Down button to go to the Display Current System Troubles screen.
3.
Press the Enter button to go to the Current System Trouble screen.
4.
Use the Up and Down buttons to browse the system troubles in the buffer.
Press the Cancel button to exit this menu.
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As you correct system troubles, the receiver removes them from this list. The system trouble
light is no longer illuminated. Refer to Troubleshooting Guide, page 77 for more information.
Software Version Display
11.4.5
The software version display indicated the current software versions of the CPU and each line
card.
11.4.6
Keypad Functions
Use keypad functions to quickly and easily access certain features and run commands, or
functions, from the keypad.
Accessing functions:
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1.
Press the Function key.
2.
Enter your password.
Notice!
D6600 default password: 6600
D6100IPv6 default password: 6100
3.
Press the Enter key to go to the Welcome Manager.
4.
Press the number key for the function you wish to run. For example, press the [1] key.
5.
Press the Enter key. The function runs.
Communication Links Test (Function 1)
Use this function to test the communication links to the automation firmware and printer.
Running the Communication Links Test function:
1.
Press the Function key.
2.
Enter your password and press the Enter key to go to the Welcome Manager.
3.
Press [1] and Enter.
Communication Links Test Outputs
Printer
DD/DDsTT:TTsL08sACCTs888sss
[TEST]s2Nsss8
Automation
6500 Mode h1rr8sssssss888s[sss8t
SIA Mode <header>[NVX]
Skip Current Automation Event (Function 2)
Use this option to skip the current Automation event.
Running the Skip Current Automation function:
1.
Press the Function key. Enter your password and press the Enter key to go to the
Welcome Manager.
2.
Press [2] and Enter.
Line Test (Function 3)
Use this option to test the line operation.
Running the Line Test function:
1.
Press the Function key. Enter your password and press the Enter key to go to the
Welcome Manager.
2.
Press [3] and Enter.
3.
Press the number key for the line you wish to test. The line disconnects, the receiver
sends the handshakes, and the line reconnects.
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Clear Pending Events (Function 4)
Use this option to clear all pending events.
Running the Clear Pending Events function:
1.
Press the Function key. Enter your password and press the Enter key to go to the
Welcome Manager.
2.
3.
Press [4] and Enter.
Press [0] to cancel the function and not delete all pending events, or press [1] to clear all
pending events.
LCD/LED Availability Test (Function 5)
Use this option to clear all pending events.
Running the LCD/LED Availability Test function:
1.
Press the Function key. Enter your password and press the Enter key to go to the
Welcome Manager.
2.
Press [6] and Enter.
The LCD changes all segments to black for 2 sec so that you can check for nonfunctioning LCD
segments. All D6641 Line Cards turn the line LEDs on red for 2 sec and then green for 2 sec.
The Power and System trouble LEDs turn on for 2 sec, then off. After the test completes, the
system restores the LEDs to their previous state.
11.5
Busy Seconds (Line Busy) Reports
The D6600/D6100IPv6 monitors and reports when a call group of receiver lines cannot receive
signals. The receiver cannot process signals if its incoming telephone lines are in trouble, if
other communicators have the line tied up, or if the line card is inoperative. The receiver
interprets telephone lines that are not in trouble and taking calls as busy time. Telephone lines
that are in trouble are not included in the busy time calculation.
The amount of busy time accumulated during a 10 min period is the basis for a Busy Seconds
Reports. The 10 min busy period begins when all lines in a call group become busy, or when a
non-programmed single line for a call group becomes busy. The D6600/D6100IPv6 totals the
accumulated busy time and prints the Busy Seconds Report after the 10 min period ends.
After at least 60 sec (10%) of busy time, the receiver generates a report. The D6600/
D6100IPv6 reports up to 100% busy time.
Program the Busy Seconds Reports option to No if Busy Seconds Reports are not wanted for
all lines. Setting the Line Sniff option to 2 disables reports for individual lines.
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Enable Seconds Reports for UL Listed central stations.
UL inspectors might investigate the amount of time the digital receiver lines cannot receive
signals. Ensure that lines are available to process emergency signals on a timely basis.
Excessive Line Busy Reports can indicate it is necessary to install additional lines in rotary
with your primary receiver lines.
Assign each line to a call group. For the group to start accumulating busy time, all lines in the
call group must be online, in trouble, or without an operating line card.
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Notice!
Although it is not mandatory, not assigning a line to a call group, or when there is only one
line in the group, 1 min of busy time during a 10 min period results in a Busy Seconds Report.
If you do not assign a line to a call group, displays and printer reports identify the line number
instead of the Group number. A Line Busy Report shows and prints:
11.6
Two-Way Audio
When using the D6600/D6100IPv6 for Two-Way Audio (TWA) verification, use the Flash or Hold
option according to the central station Private Branch Exchange (PBX) system, taking the
D6600/D6100IPv6 off line for a short period. If a PBX is not used, connect a regular telephone
in parallel with the incoming telephone line. When the D6600/D6100IPv6 is in Two-Way Audio
Mode, the operator can pick up the telephone and undertake the two way audio operation.
Return the telephone to the receiver after the two-way audio operation finishes.
Notice!
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D6600 Two-Way Audio (TWA) verification is fully supported using the D6641 line card. The
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D6640 does not support option 3.1.4.21 Audio Event, 3.1.4.22 Audio Zone, or protocol specific audio events used in SIA and Contact ID.
D6100IPv6 Two-Way Audio was not investigated by UL.
The D6600/D6100IPv6 verifies the first digit of the account code range 0 to F programmed in
the Account Digits option for the following communication formats:
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Pulse (3 or 4 digit account code)
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DTMF
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BFSK
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Modem II/IIIa2//4
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SIA
If the received account code is two-way audio enabled, the line card goes into Two-way Audio
Mode. Programming a non-zero number in the Two Way Audio Duration option affects all
formats, and the control panels cannot control the two-way audio duration over the D6600/
D6100IPv6.
If the qualifying criteria apply, the D6600/D6100IPv6 sends a signal to the automation
firmware indicating the physical line is in Two-Way Audio Mode. The line remains off-hook for
the time programmed in minutes in the Two-Way Audio Duration option.
-orWhen the flash option is set for 1 to 20 (100 ms to 2 sec), the CPU first sends the two-way
audio signal to automation firmware. Then the line is flashed (quickly disconnected and
reconnected) for the programmed flash duration. It remains off-hook for another 5 sec then
hangs up.
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When the Hold option is set for 1 to 99 sec, the line card remains off-hook for the
programmed hold after sending the audio event signal to the automation firmware, allowing
the firmware controlled PBX to pick up the line. Then it hangs up.
11.6.1
Enhancements and Changes
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Setting TWA by the selected Alarm Code allows one or multiple Alarm Codes to be
selected. TWA works with 10 to 40 baud Pulse formats, DTMF 4/1, 4/2, 4/3 and Contact
ID formats
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Setting TWA by the selected zone number allows the selection of one or multiple zone
numbers. TWA works with 10 to 40 baud formats and DTMF 4/1, 4/2 and 4/3 formats.
The zone number is the last digit of events that activates the TWA function
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TWA by combined conditions includes the account number, alarm code, and zone
number.
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Supports TWA auto-entered by more events and in various protocols, including Contact ID
Event Code 606, and SIA control blocks.
When the line card is in Two-Way Audio Mode, it goes on-hook only when the operator presses
Cancel, or the automation firmware issues a Stop Listening Command !Knn<CR>, where nn is
the physical line number.
Notice!
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The maximum online time during two audio sessions is disabled.
The line card’s listen-in duration settings override the control panel’s listen-in duration settings
When pressing Cancel during the two-way audio session, the receiver prompts the operator to
enter the line number for stopping the two-way audio. Ensure that the D6600/D6100IPv6 is
not in Menu Mode during this operation.
The OL/LF LED flashes green during the audio session.
The D6600/D6100IPv6 prints the audio status on the printer with the physical line number and
sends the audio status to the automation firmware with the physical line number.
The D6600/D6100IPv6 decodes the first digit of the account number to determine when to
start two-way audio operation. If the first digit of the account number matches the selection,
two-way audio activates.
11.6.2
Two-Way Auto Modes of Operation
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Transfer. D6600/D6100IPv6 transfers the incoming line to another line; a flash operation
occurs at the end of the alarm signal. The receiver dials the line programmed at Transfer
Phone Number. (Refer to Menu Items 3.1.4.18 Flash [x 100ms] and 3.1.4.19 Transfer Phone
Number in the D6600/D6100IPv6Program Entry Guide (P/N: 4998122702)).
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Hold. The D6600/D6100IPv6 remains off-hook as programmed so another device can take
over the line before hold time expires. (Refer to Menu Item 3.1.4.20 Hold in the D6600/
D6100IPv6 Program Entry Guide (P/N: 4998122702)).
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Duration. The D6600/D6100IPv6 remains off-hook as programmed or until terminated by
a Stop command. Connect a regular telephone in parallel with the incoming telephone
line. (Refer to Menu Item 3.1.4.1 Duration in the D6600/D6100IPv6 Program Entry Guide
(P/N: (4998122702)).
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The D6600/D6100IPv6 can perform only one of these operations at a time. If there is more
than one, the sequence is Transfer, Hold, and Duration.
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Network Communications
Notice!
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References to the Network Ethernet Module model number are defined in the Installation Supplement.
Refer to the appropriate Installation Supplement included with your product for the specifics
of your particular installation.
The Conettix D6600 and D6100IPv6 Communications Receiver/Gateway systems support data
network communications. This allows the receiver to connect to Ethernet networks, and
process messages to and from most networks in user datagram protocol (UDP) or internet
protocol (IP). Use a COM4 or a COM1 connection from the D6600 to connect the Network
Ethernet Module to the network. The D6100IPv6 has a built-in Ethernet module that can
connect directly to the network. This section includes configuration setup instructions.
Central station automation software, through a local-area network (LAN) or wide-area network
(WAN), receives reports from alarm control panels from the PSTN or other data networks. The
automation software also monitors the control panel status and connection over the network.
Update or upgrade the receiver through the network connection. Use the D6200 software for
remote programming of the receiver. Refer to the following documents about network
communications and their installation requirements.
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Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 Network System Guide (P/N: 4998122712)
Conettix GPRS/GSM IP Communicator (ITS-DX4020-G) Installation and Operation Guide
(P/N: F01U133268)
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Conettix Ethernet Network Adapter (ITS-D6682-INTL) Installation Guide (P/N: F01U126778)
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Conettix Ethernet Network Adapter (ITS-D6682-UL) Installation Guide (P/N: F01U078049)
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Conettix Ethernet Network Adapter (ITS-D6686-INTL) Installation Guide (P/N: F01U274797)
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Conettix Ethernet Network Adapter (ITS-D6686-UL) Installation Guide (P/N: F01U274796)
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Conettix Ethernet Communication Module (B426) Installation and Operation Guide (P/N:
F01U266226)
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Conettix Ethernet Communication Module (B420) Installation and Operation Guide (P/N:
F01U215236)
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D9133TTL-E Installation Guide (P/N: 4998122717)
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C900V2 Installation Guide (P/N : F01U003472)
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C900TTL-E Installation Guide (P/N: 4998122718)
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DX4020 Installation Guide (P/N: F01U045288)
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D6680 Ethernet Network Adapter Installation Guide (P/N: 4998138732)
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Device Installer Operation and Installation Guide (P/N: 4998138688)
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3
5
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PANEL
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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F
F
TELCO
TOKEN
RING
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15
6
7
14
8
10
12
9
11
13
Figure 12.1: Conettix Network System Connection Diagram - C900TTL-E/C900V2 and Any Control Panel
Callout ᅳ Description
Callout ᅳ Description
1 ᅳ Any manufacturer’s control panel
9 ᅳ D6100IPv6
2 ᅳ Connection – control panel telco jack to
10 ᅳ Connection – Ethernet hub to
C900TTL-E jack
Network Ethernet Module
3 ᅳ C900TTL-E/C900V2 Dialer Capture
11 ᅳ Network Ethernet Module
Module
4ᅳ Connection - C900TTL-E/C900V2 Ethernet
12 ᅳ Connection – Network Ethernet
jack to Ethernet hub
Module to D6600 COM4 port
5 ᅳ Host PC running D6200 Programming
13 ᅳD6600
Administrative Software
6 ᅳ Connection - Host PC network interface
14 ᅳ Connection – Second Network
card (NIC) to Ethernet hub
Ethernet Module to D6600 COM 1 port
(optional)
7 ᅳ Ethernet hub
15 ᅳ Connection – Ethernet hub to
second Network Ethernet Module
8 ᅳ Connection – Ethernet hub to D6100IPv6
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3
2
5
1
1 2 4 8
11
15
6
7
14
8
10
12
9
11
13
Figure 12.2: Conettix Network System Connection diagram – D9133TTL-E/DX4020 and Bosch Control
Panels
Callout ᅳ Description
Callout ᅳ Description
1 ᅳ Bosch Control Panels
9 ᅳ D6100IPv6
2 ᅳ Connection – control panel serial device
10 ᅳ Connection – Ethernet hub to
interface (SDI) bus to D9133TTL-E or DX4020
Network Ethernet Module
bus terminals
3 ᅳ D9133TTL-E or DX4020 Network Interface 11 ᅳ Network Ethernet Module
Module
4ᅳ Connection – D9133TTL-E or DX4020
12 ᅳ Connection – Network Ethernet
Ethernet port to Ethernet hub
Module to D6600 COM4 port
5 ᅳ Host PC running D6200 Programming
13 ᅳ D6600
Administrative Software
6 ᅳ Connection – Ethernet hub to Host PC
14 ᅳ Connection – second Network
NIC
Ethernet Module to D6600 COM 1 port
(optional)
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Callout ᅳ Description
7 ᅳ Ethernet hub
15 ᅳ Connection – Ethernet hub to
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8 ᅳ Connection – Ethernet hub to D6100IPv6
Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 System Connection Diagram: ITS‑DX4020‑G and Bosch Security
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Callout ᅳ Description
Callout ᅳ Description
1 ᅳ ITS-DX4020-G GPRS/GSM Communicator
9 ᅳ Base station on wireless carrier’s
network
2 ᅳ Compatible control panel
10 ᅳ Internet, WAN, Ethernet, or PSTN
network
3 ᅳ Control panel dialer connection (optional) 11 ᅳ Remote PC’s network connection
4ᅳ Control panel bus and power connection
12 ᅳ Remote PC running remote
programming software (RPS)
5 ᅳ USB Type A (host)-to-USB Mini B (device) 13 ᅳ Ethernet connection
Cable (not included)
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Callout ᅳ Description
6 ᅳ Local PC or SMS-capable cell phone for
14 ᅳ PSTN connection
configuration
7 ᅳ Antenna cable
15 ᅳ Conettix D6600 or Conettix
D6100iPv6 Receiver
8 ᅳ Magnetic base antenna
12.1
Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 Pre-installation Requirements
Consider the following pre-installation requirements before attempting to install a Conettix
D6600/D6100IPv6 Network system. If you have any questions regarding these items, contact
the network administrator for the network with which you will interface, or a Bosch network
engineer.
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12.1.1
Notice!
For UL Listed Fire Installations, shared on-premises communications equipment is required to
be UL Listed for Information Technology Equipment.
Setting Up the Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 over an Ethernet Network
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The Ethernet network must use Ethernet cables.
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The D6200 host computer must have a properly configured Ethernet network interface
card (NIC) installed.
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The D6600 must be connected to the Ethernet network using a Bosch D6686/D6682/
D6680 Network Adapter or a D6100IPv6 must be connected to the Ethernet network.
12.1.2
Host Computer for Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 System Setup
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The host computer uses the ARP and TELNET DOS commands to configure the D6680/
D6682, D6100i or D6100IPv6, D9133TTL-E or DX4020, or C900V2/C900TTL-E. The D6200
software can be used instead of the ARP and TELNET commands. Refer to the D6200
Software Operation and Installation Guide (P/N: 4998154991) and the appropriate network
device installation guide.
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The host computer uses the D6200 to configure the D6686 or the D6100IPv6.
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The host computer must have a properly configured Ethernet network interface card
(NIC) installed.
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The host computer must have the appropriate Ethernet cable. Manually set the host
computer's IP address to an address that is acceptable to the particular class of the
network.
12.2
Operation
12.2.1
Setting Up the Host Computer
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If the computer you plan to use for programming the D6600, the D6100IPv6, the D6680/
D6682, and the alarm panel network adapters is already a functioning workstation within the
network you are planning to utilize, refer to Network Failover Solution (D6600 Only), page 51.
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The host computer is any computer or workstation that is connected to the network you will
use to manage/administer the D6600/D6100IPv6 and other devices. Any existing laptop or
desktop computer on the network can be used. However, for security reasons, it is best that
the computer not be used as a regular workstation. This computer is also the computer on
which you install the D6200 Software. The D6200 Software is used to program and administer
the D6600/D6100IPv6 and other devices. Separate sections are provided for setting up the
host computer in Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8.
If the host computer is running Windows XP, 2000, Vista, or Windows 7 and is new to the
network, you must perform the following steps:
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Notice!
Although the screen captures in this procedure are specific to Windows 2000, they are similar
for Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7.
Setting up the IP address:
1.
Select Start → Settings → Control Panel.
2.
When the control panel is open, find and double-click the Network and Dial-up
Connections icon to launch the Network and Dial-up Connections control panel.
3.
Double-click Local Area connection.
4.
Right-click the icon and select Properties.
5.
Scroll in the Components checked are used by this connection: list and select Internet
Protocol (TCP/IP).
Figure 12.3: Local Area Connection Properties
6.
Select the protocol icon for TCP/IP and click Properties.
7.
When the dialog box appears, select Use the following IP address: Enter an IP address
and subnet mask for the network you are setting up.
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Figure 12.4: Internet Protocol Properties Use IP
Notice!
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If you have any questions about the assignment of the IP address or subnet mask, contact the
network administrator.
You must enter the correct subnet mask and gateway for all devices that are on this network.
Contact the network administrator for these values.
8.
If necessary, copy the requested files to the computer. This might require Microsoft
Windows operating system disk for the version you are using.
9.
After copying the files, you might need to restart the PC. If so, connect the host PC’s NIC
card to the network (hub) and restart the PC.
10. After the PC restarts, perform the following check to see if the previous procedures were
entered correctly. Select Start → Programs → Accessories → Command Prompt to open
the Run dialog box.
11. A command prompt window appears Type ipconfig and press [ENTER].
The IP configuration for the PC is returned. The following information is shown:
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Connection-specific DNS Suffix
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IP Address
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Subnet Mask
–
Default Gateway
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Verify the IP address, subnet mask, and all other listed information. This information should
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match the IP and subnet mask you assigned to this computer in the previous steps.
If you have chosen to program the D6600/D6100IPv6’s initial network parameters using the
direct null modem serial connection, continue with the following steps. These steps are necessary only if the host computer running the D6200 Software is connected to the D6600/
D6100IPv6’s COM4 port using a direct NULL modem serial cable.
Selecting a baud rate:
1.
Select Start → Settings → Control Panel to open the Control Panel.
2.
When the Control Panel window opens, double-click the System icon.
3.
The System Properties window opens.
4.
Select the Hardware tab.
5.
Click the Device Manager button. A hardware tree appears showing all the devices
connected to the PC.
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Highlight the Communications Port (COM1) used to connect the D6200 Communications
Software to the D6600 COM4 port using a direct connect null cable.
2.
Right-click and select properties from the menu that appears.
3.
The Communications Port (COM1) window appears with four tabs across the top.
1.
Select the Port Setting tab.
2.
Select 38400 bits per second baud rate from the Bits per second; drop-down menu, then
click OK.
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Network Failover Solution (D6600 Only)
12.2.2
An installed Conettix System should have at least two D6600s and two D6686/D6682/D6680
modules to allow for a redundant backup to the first system in the event of a system Number
1 failure. To allow for a redundant backup of the D6686/D6682/D6680, program the IP
address of D6686/D6682/D6680 Number 1 into D6686/D6682/D6680Number 2. This allows
for a change-over from D6686/D6682/D6680 Number 1 to D6686/D6682/D6680 Number 2.
This might seem like a simple solution, but it is much more complex than it appears. In a
network environment, the MAC address plays a crucial role in delivery of the data to the
D6686/D6682/D6680. By simply switching from D6686/D6682/D6680 Number 1 to D6686/
D6682/D6680 Number 2, no data would be delivered to D6680/D6682 Number 2 immediately
after switching. This section does not explain why this happens, but how to overcome this.
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Software version 5.5C or greater must be installed in the D6680 for the Alternate MAC Address function.
Each D6686/D6682/D6680 is programmed with the same IP address, but only one is
connected to the network at the same time by using an AB switch. This switch could be a
larger switch that also changes the phone lines from one D6686/D6682/D6680 to the other, or
any other type of switch that the location might use as long as it switches the network
connection from one D6686/D6682/D6680 to the other.
1
2
COM1
COM4
COM1
COM4
3
3
4
7
A B C
5
6
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Callout – Description
1 - D6600 Number 1
2 – D6600 Number 2
3 – Null Modem cable
4 – D6686/D6682/D6680 Number 2
5 – A/B Network switch
6 – Network switch
7 – D6686/D6682/D6680 Number 1
Another necessary programming parameter is an Alternate MAC Address. The Alternate MAC
Address function allows a switch between the D6686/D6682/D6680 modules to occur without
the network detecting that anything changed. Program the D6686/D6682/D6680 modules as
follows:
1.
Program D6686/D6682/D6680 Number 1 as described in the module’s installation guide
for all parameters including Channel 1. Use Port 7700 as the default port number (this
port can be different as described in the installation guide). Program Channel 2 with the
same settings that are in Channel 1. Change the port number to any value other than the
port number assigned to Channel 1 (any value between 2000 and 10000). If using
encryption, perform the setup described in the mdoule’s installation guide. Save the
settings and exit the telnet session.
2.
Write down the MAC Address of D6686/D6682/D6680 Number 1. This will be needed
during the setup of D6686/D6682/D6680 Number 2.
3.
Program D6686/D6682/D6680 Number 2 with the same settings that you entered into
D6686/D6682/D6680 Number 1, do not save and exit but continue to Step 4.
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Do not connect both D6686/D6682/D6680 modules to the network at the same time.
4.
After completing these settings, you must do two additional settings:
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Under Expert Settings (Menu Item 5), locate the Alternate MAC Address prompt. At
this prompt, enter the MAC Address of D6686/D6682/D6680 Number 1.
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Under Security Settings (Menu Item 6), change the prompt for Alternate MAC to a Y
so that the D6686/D6682/D6680 uses the Alternate MAC Address programmed in
Menu Item 5. Save the settings.
5.
Connect the cabling as shown in the graphic above. Ensure that there is a switch box for
the network cable connection.
6.
In the D6200 software, add two receivers as follows:
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Add the first receiver and name it Primary Receiver, with the Receiver IP Address and
Receiver Port number for Channel 1 of the D6686/D6682/D6680.
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Add the second receiver and name it Backup Receiver with the Receiver IP Address
and Receiver Port number for Channel 2 of the D6686/D6682/D6680.
7.
In the D6200 software, select the Primary receiver when programming changes are
needed. After all program settings are sent to the Primary Receiver, change the receiver in
the Connection settings to Backup Receiver and send the same parameters to the backup
receiver.
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12.2.3
Notice!
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Install software version 5.5C or later in the network device (C900TTL-E, D9133TTL-E, or
D6680) for the Datagram Type Function.
Software version 1.5D or later must be installed in the DX4020 or C900V2.
Notice!
If you are using a D6686 or D6100IPv6, the datagram section does not apply to the receiver
configuration.
Datagram 02
This datagram uses the IP address and the port number to identify and ACK packets from the
receiver to the field devices which allow multiple devices to be installed behind a single
outgoing IP address. This datagram type requires that CPU version 01.02.01 or later is
installed, and that receiver parameter 6.8.6 is programmed as 1.
To use this datagram type, program it in the following order:
1.
Confirm that D6200 version 1.20 or later is installed.
2.
Confirm that the D6600 CPU version 01.02.01 is loaded in the receiver.
3.
With the D6200 software, select Network → Network Configuration Management →
Read/Manage Network Configuration from Receiver.
4.
Select the 6.8 Global Parameters tab.
5.
Change the 6.8.6 6600 Datagram Type value to 1.
6.
Send the changes to the receiver and close the window.
7.
Select Network → Network Utilities → Network Device Setup and select the Telnet to
Device tab.
8.
Type or find the IP address of the D6680/D6682 in the list and establish a telnet session
with the D6680/D6682.
9.
After establishing the telnet session, select the channel(s) to use by pressing [1] or [2],
and then press Enter.
10. Press Enter until you have selected Datagram and type 02, then press Enter, If both
channels are used, change both channels.
11. Save the settings and exit from the D6680/D6682 setup.
Datagram 07
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This datagram is supported only on the E2‑RAD version of the D9133TTL-E Network Interface
Module.
This datagram type is used only in the NIM of the network device (D9133TTL-E, or DX4020).
The datagram type allows the Source and Destination ports to be set independently. This use
of a different source port allows NAT (Network Address Translation) tables of routers or
firewalls to direct packets to the correct NIM of the field device.
To use this datagram type, program in the following order:
1.
Telnet to the NIM of the field device as described in the appropriate network device
(D9133TTL-E or DX4020) installation guide.
2.
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3.
At the Port Number selection, enter a source port that is not being used by another NIM
on the same network (such as 7701, 7702, 7703, and so on). Keeping a list of the
network modules on a particular network along with the source ports of those modules
will ensure that duplicate source ports are not used.
4.
At the Datagram selection, enter 07 and press Enter.
5.
At the Remote Port selection, enter the port number that is used in the D6680/D6682 for
the D6600.
6.
Save the settings and exit from the setup of the NIM.
Outgoing packets from a network over a single IP address go through a router or firewall that
uses NAT tables to keep track of which packets come from which internal IP addresses. The
NAT table ensures that the returning packets for a device are forwarded to the device that
sent out the first packet. An example of this is multiple PCs on a network connecting to the
Internet through a single IP address from an ISP. By using the same idea, network devices can
perform the same function.
The following table shows an example of what the NAT table remembers when packets are
sent to a destination. An outgoing packet is sent to an IP address with Source and Destination
ports in that packet. The Destination port is the port number that the device uses when it
receives data. After receiving the data, the device processes it and sends a packet back to the
IP address that sent the data.
Internal IP Address
Source Port
192.168.1.11
7700
192.168.1.12
7701
192.168.1.13
7702
When the data is returned to the router or firewall software, the NIM directs the returning
packet to the correct internal IP address based on the NAT table.
12.2.4
Networking and Encryption
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If you are considering using or are currently using networking and encryption, read the following information carefully.
In all cases, encryption is performed in the NIM (Network Interface Module) that is used in the
D6686/D6682/D6680, D9133TTL-E, C900V2/C900TTL-E, and DX4020. When using a B420 or
B426 on a GV4 v1.x control panel, encryption is performed in the NIM. Starting with GV4 v2.0
and the B Series control panels, encryption is done in the control panel. When encryption is
used, the encryption key coming to the D6600 must be the same key used on all field devices
that are reporting to that IP address. Because you can use up to two NIMs on the D6600,
several combinations can be used:
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Both NIMs using encryption – two NIMs can use different keys or the same key
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One NIM using encryption, the other not using encryption
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Neither NIM using encryption
If encryption is On in the NIM at the D6600, then it must be On in the field devices. If it is Off
in the NIM at the D6600, then it must be Off in the field devices.
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If you are not currently using encryption, refer to Using Encryption for the First Time, page
55.
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Using Encryption for the First Time
When deciding to use encryption for the first time:
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Check the hardware versions of the NIMs that will be used in the system. If all of the
hardware versions used in a system do not match the versions listed below, encryption
cannot be used on that system when they all report to one D6686/D6682/D6680. Any
device that is not at the required hardware version must be replaced with a current
version before it supports encryption.
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The D6680 must be a COBOX-FL-01 version. This is the only hardware version that
supports encryption. The COBOX-E2-01 cannot be used.
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The D9133TTL-E and C900TTL-E NIMs must be CM-E2-RAD versions. This is the only
hardware that supports encryption. The CBXM-ERAD cannot be used.
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Check the firmware versions of the NIMs that will be used in the system. For NIST
approved AES support, the version must be 5.16 or later. The latest version is available on
the D6600CD (v1.10 or higher) and the web site. To upgrade the firmware in the CoBox,
refer to the DeviceInstaller Operation and Installation Guide (P/N: 4998138688). Use the
latest DeviceInstaller version to upgrade the firmware in the NIMs.
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When enabling encryption on any NIM, it communicates only with a NIM that also has
encryption enabled and has the same encryption key programmed in it. This means that
when you enable encryption, all devices must be programmed in order for them to
communicate with the D6680/D6682. During the time that it takes to program the
encryption key into the NIMs, the devices will not communicate with the D6686/D6682/
D6680.
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You can have two D6686/D6682/D6680 on one D6600, one having encryption On and the
other having it Off. This would allow for field devices to communicate with the D6686/
D6682/D6680 with encryption Off and begin the programming of the field devices to send
with encryption On to the second D6686/D6682/D6680. This would allow devices to be
programmed for encryption without the loss of any signals or data to the D6600. This
section includes information on how to use two D6686/D6682/D6680 in a system as
described.
Upgrading Encryption
If encryption is currently being used at a site that was set up before to the release of
D6600CD v1.10 or NIM firmware versions before to v5.16 on the TTL-E devices, there are
some items to consider before using other releases.
To ensure that NIST approved encryption is being used and communication between the NIMs
continues, upgrade all TTL-E NIMs to v5.16 or later, D6200 v1.10 or later, and D6202 v2.3 or
later. All versions of NIMs, D6200 software, and D6202 software are shipped with the latest
software and firmware installed.
You can have two D6686/D6682/D6680 modules on one D6600, one with encryption On and
the other with encryption Off. This setup would allow for field devices to continue to
communicate with the D6686/D6682/D6680 with encryption Off and begin the programming
of the field devices to send with encryption On to the second D6686/D6682/D6680. This
would allow devices to be programmed for encryption without the loss of any signals or data
to the D6600. This section includes information on how to use two D6686/D6682/D6680
modules in a system as described.
Using Two D6686/D6682/D6680 Modules in a System
If you will use two D6686/D6682/D6680 modules in a system, both using encryption (v5.16 or
later) or one using encryption and the other unencrypted, then do the following steps:
4 The following equipment is needed:
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One additional static IP Address
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A D6672 COM1 Expansion Kit for the D6600
1.
D6686/D6682/D6680 Number 1 is the network adapter that is currently running.
2.
Assuming the first D6686/D6682/D6680 is already set up and running, connect the
second D6600 on COM1 to the D6600.
3.
Enable encryption in the second D6686/D6682/D6680 as described in the Conettix D6680
Network Adapter Installation Guide (P/N: 4998138732), the Conettix D6682 Network
Ethernet Adapter Installation Guide (P/N: F01U078049), or the Conettix D6682 Network
Ethernet Adapter Installation Guide (P/N: F01U274796).
4.
Add a receiver to the list of receivers under Administration → Connection Settings with
the IP address and encryption key of the second D6686/D6682/D6680.
5.
Select the receiver name added in the previous step.
6.
Verify that the D6200 can communicate with the D6600.
7.
Program field devices to communicate with the encryption enabled D6686/D6682/D6680:
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Verify that the TTL-E NIM has the correct firmware (v5.16 or later).
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Enable encryption on the NIM device with the same key that is entered in the D6686/
D6682/D6680.
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If the device is a C900TTL-E/C900V2, change the destination IP address to match the IP
address in the encryption-enabled D6686/D6682/D6680.
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If the device is a D9133TTL-E/DX4020, change the destination IP address that is currently
programmed for the control panel to the encryption‑enabled D6686/D6682/D6680.
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The devices that are programmed with encryption communicate through the encryptionenabled D6680 (v5.16 or later)/D6682, while the non-encrypted devices, or those using
encryption v5.1 or earlier, communicate through the original D6686/D6682/D6680.
Obtaining the Latest D6200CD Software
If you do not already have the latest D6200CD (v1.24 or later), you can obtain a correct CD by
of the following methods:
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Call and order a D6200CD from the Bosch Customer Service group by calling
1-800-289-0096.
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Download the released software, firmware, and documentation from the Bosch web site.
Connect to the company web site: www.boschsecurity.us, then search for D6600. You can
download software, firmware, and documentation from the Conettix D6600 product page.
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Download times can vary depending on the speed of yoru internet connection.
Read the D6600/D6100IPv6 Release Notes (P/N: 4998122709) for the latest information
regarding software installation, changes, and added features.
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A decompression program that handles .zip files is required in order to open the zipped file.
Special Conettix D6600 Applications
The following special application has been requested by Bosch dealers. It is included here to
assist you if you have the same requirement. If you have any questions, contact Technical
Support at (800) 289-0096.
Emulating a Direct Serial Connection Over a LAN Using D6680/D6682 Ethernet Network
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Some applications might require a direct serial connection be emulated over the network. One
application that would require this is where the D6600 is located on another part of the
network from the Automation System. To create a direct serial connection between the D6600
and the automation system, connect the COM3 automation output from the D6600 to the two
D6680s/D6682s on the system. This is true serial cable emulation over the network (refer to
Line Cards and Modules, page 15).
COM3
1
D6680
#2
D6680
#1
192.158.001.017
2
RS232
192.168.001.016
3
Callout – Description
1 - D6600 Receiver
2 - Ethernet
3 - Automation System
The commands necessary for this configuration to automatically establish a connection are as
follows. Note the reference to the D6686/D6682/D6680 modules by their number (Number 1
or Number 2). You must also ensure that the port parameters such as speed, number of bits,
flow control, and so on are correct on the D6686/D6682/D6680 for the serial device that they
are connected to.
D6680/D6682 No. 1:
D6680/D6682 No. 2:
*** basic parameters
*** basic parameters
Hardware: Ethernet TPI
Hardware: Ethernet TPI
IP address: 192.168.001.017, no gateway set IP address: 192.168.001.016, no gateway set
******* Channel 1 *******
******* Channel 1 *******
Baudrate 9600, I/F Mode 4C, Flow 00
Baudrate 09600, I/F Mode 4C, Flow 00
Port 7700
Port 7700
Remote IP Adr: 192.168.001.016, Port 7700
Remote IP Adr: 192.168.001.017, Port 7700
Connect Mode: C0
Connect Mode: C0
For more information, refer to the D6680 Ethernet Network Adapter Installation Guide (P/
N: 4998138732), or the Conettix D6682 Network Ethernet Adapter Installation Guide (P/
N: F01U078049).
12.4
D6100IPv6 Configuration Setup Instructions
The instructions in this section are for legacy D6100IPv6 modules.
12.4.1
Factory Default IP Address
By default, the D6100IPv6 uses DHCP to obtain an IP Address. The module requires a static IP
address, or receives the same IP address from the DHCP server for proper operation on the
network.
An IP address is an identifier for a computer or device on a transmission control protocol/
internet protocol (TCP/IP) network. Networks use the TCP/IP protocol route messages based
on the IP address of the destination. The format of an IP address using IPv4 is a 32-bit
numeric address written as four numbers or fields separated by periods. Each number can be
0 to 255. The format of an IP address using IPv6 is a 128-bit numeric address written as eight
groups of four hexadecimal digits separated by colons.
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For example, 190.200.128.111 could be an IPv4 address and 2001:0db8:85a3:0042:0000:8a2e:
0370:7334 could be an IPv6 address. Within an isolated network, you can assign IP addresses
at random if each one is unique. However, connecting a private network to the Internet
requires using registered IP addresses (called Internet addresses) to avoid duplicates. IPv6
addresses are typically set using DHCP on the network. The D6100IPv6 supports IPv4 and/or
IPv6 addressing schemes or both at the same time.
12.4.2
Identifying the MAC Hardware Address
You must program the IP address of the module. The first step is to determine the MAC, or
hardware, address of the module. This address is hard-coded into the module during its
manufacture and cannot be changed. This address is 6 bytes (12 digits) long.
Figure 12.6: MAC Address Label Example
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Notice!
The MAC address label is located on the rear of the module below the Ethernet port.
Record this number for future reference.
Obtaining an IP Address
Provide the module’s MAC address to the site’s network administrator, who then assigns an IP
address for the D6100IPv6.
12.4.4
Using the D6200 to configure the D6100IPv6
Read this entire section before proceeding.
Notice!
In order to access the configuration program, ensure that the D6100IPv6 and the computer
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used to configure it are directly connected using an Ethernet cable.
Be sure that the computer being used to configure the device is configured to use DHCP to
obtain an IP address. When it is connected directly to the D6100IPv6 obtains an AutoIP address.
The D6200 software is the recommended way to program the network devices. Review the
Network Utilities section in the D6200 Programming Software Operation and Installation Guide
(P/N: 4998154991).
1.
When you have the IP address and the network administrator confirms that it is ready,
connect the Ethernet port of the D6100IPv6 directly to the computer Ethernet port using
an Ethernet cable.
2.
With the computer already booted and running, apply power to the D6100IPv6 and wait
approximately 1 minute for the computer and D6686 to acquire an AutoIP address
(169.254.xxx.xxx).
3.
Open the D6200 software and select Network – Network Utilities - Network Device
Setup.
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Select the List All Conettix IP Devices tab and click Start. The program scans the
network for the device.
5.
The D6100IPv6 appears in the list with the IP address. Record the IP address that is
listed as shown.
6.
Select the XML Configuration tab and click Setting. Enter into the Setting dialog box
fields:
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D6686/D6100IPv6 IP: The IP address recorded in the previous step
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FTP User Name: admin
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FTP Password: PASS
1.
Click OK.
2.
Click the Open XML button, select D6100IPv6.xml, and click Open.
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3.
Make changes to the parameters that are required for your particular installation by
selecting the specific item, entering the required changes, and clicking Change. The
changed values show in red as shown below. All of the programmable configuration
parameters show on the next page with the valid values.
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Config
Config
Default
Section
Sub-
Parameter Value
Valid Values
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Description
section
interface
eth0
dhcp
enable
enable, disable Determines if IPv4 DHCP is used. If this is set
to disabled, then a Static IPv4 Address needs
to be specified in the IP Address
Configuration Parameter.
interface
eth0
ip address &#60;None Accepts an
&#62;
IPv4 address
If IPv4 DHCP is disabled, then an IPv4
Address must be entered here.
and mask as
either:
1 IP address
only
(192.168.1.1)
gets a default
mask,
2 CIDR
(192.168.1.1/2
4),
3 Explicit mask
(192.168.1.1
255.255.255.0
)
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Config
Config
Section
Sub-
Parameter Value
Default
Valid Values
Description
section
interface
eth0
default
&#60;None Accepts in
If IPv4 DHCP is disabled, enter the IPv4
gateway
&#62;
Gateway IP Address.
IPv4 address
in dotted
notation
(192.168.1.1)
interface
eth0
dhcpv6
enable
enable, disable Determines if IPv6 DHCP is used. If this is set
to disabled, then a Static IPv6 Address needs
to be specified in the IP Address
Configuration Parameter.
interface
interface
eth0
eth0
ipv6
&#60;None Accepts an
If IPv6 DHCP is disabled, then an IPv6
address
&#62;
Address must be entered here.
ipv6
&#60;None Accepts an
If IPv6 DHCP is disabled, enter the IPv6
default
&#62;
Gateway IP Address.
gateway
IPv6 address
IPv6 address
in colon
notation
(2001:0db8:85
a3:0042:0000:
8a2e:
0370:7334)
interface
eth0
oem
hostname
Sets the hostname that is used with DHCP.
mac
Allows for an alternate MAC Address to be
address
entered here supporting the failover
configuration described in the D6600/
D6100IPv6 I&O Guide (4998122704).
device
short
D6686
Sets the product short name displayed in
name
device
bosch tunnel
bosch tunnel
command mode. (Max of 8 Characters)
long name Bosch
1 or 2
1 or 2
local port
protocol
Sets the product long name displayed in
D6686
command mode.
7700
IP Port number the D6686 is listening on for
(tunnel
IP traffic relative to each serial port. See the
1) / 7701
failover configuration described in the D6600/
(tunnel 2)
D6100IPv6 I&O Guide (4998122704).
UDP
UDP, UDP AES Determines the protocol to be used
depending whether encryption is being used.
(See Important Note on next page)
bosch tunnel
1 or 2
aes key
size
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128, 192, 256
Determines the Encryption Key Size in
number of bits.
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Config
Config
Section
Sub-
Parameter Value
Default
Valid Values
Description
01020304
16 to 32
Enter the 16 to 32 Hexadecimal characters
05060708
Hexadecimal
depending upon the Key size entered:
09101112
characters
128-bit requires 16 Hex characters
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bosch tunnel
1 or 2
aes key
13141516
192-bit requires 24 Hex characters
256-bit requires 32 Hex characters
xml import
reboot
enable
enable, disable DO NOT CHANGE. This instructs the module
control
to reboot after the parameters are loaded
into the device to begin using the new
configuration. Eliminates the need to cycle
power to the device. If this is changed from
enabled, it will require a power cycle for the
new configuration to take effect.
Table 12.1: XML Configuration Parameters
1.
Click Save XML As to save the changes, and then enter a name for these configuration
settings.
2.
Click Send XML to send these changes to the D6100IPv6. The device saves the changes
and reboots with the new configuration.
3.
Disconnect the Ethernet cable connecting the computer and the D6100IPv6, and then
connect the D6100IPv6 to the network switch or router as required.
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The D6100IPv6 Ethernet module is a Lantronix Xport Pro with custom firmware installed and
UL Listed for use on the D6100IPv6. If standard Lantronix firmware is installed on a
D6100IPv6, the device no longer functions correctly.
Configuring for Network Communication
The following steps allow the D6100IPv6 to communicate with the host computer running the
D6200 Programming Software.
Notice!
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For the network communication to function, install a properly configured D6100IPv6. Refer to
the previous sections. If network communications are not installed, further D6200 software
programming using the network is not possible.Consequences
1.
On the D6100IPv6 keypad, press Menu and enter the default passcode of [6][1][0][0] to
enter the programming mode. Press Menu again.
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To change any programming parameter, follow this syntax:
Press Enter.
Enter the desired value.
Press Enter again to store the value.
2.
Press Down until viewing 6 NETWORK CONFIGURATION, and then press Enter.
3.
Press Down until viewing 6.2 Network adapter, and then press Enter.
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Press Down to view 6.2.5 Network Adapter Enabled, and then verify it is a value of 2 and
press Enter. If the value is not 2, press Enter>[2]>Enter.
5.
If the D6100IPv6 has encryption enabled, press Down until viewing 6.2.6 Network
Encryption Enabled and set it to 1 using the same method as above.
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If using Network Automation, it is recommended that this be setup done using the D6200 after it can communicate with the D6100IPv6.
6.
Press Cancel and press Down until viewing 6.4 D6200 Network Connections, and then
press Enter.
7.
Press Enter to enter the IP address into 6.4.1 or Login Password into 6.4.6 of the host
computer that is running the D6200 Software.
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When entering an IP address through the keypad of the D6100IPv6, press the UP button for a
“.” in a IPv4 address and the DOWN button for a “:” in an IPv6. For example enter IP address
192.168.1.3 as: [1][9][2][∆][1][6][8][∆][1][∆][3][ENTER].
8.
Verify that 6.4.5 Network Programming Enable is a 1. If the value is not 1, press Enter
[1] Enter.
9.
Press Cancel repeatedly to return to the idle stage (the time and date show on the LCD).
D6100i Configuration Setup Instructions
12.5
The instructions in this section are for legacy D6100i modules.
Identifying the MAC Hardware Address
12.5.1
You must program the IP address of the module. The first step is to determine the MAC, or
hardware, address of the module. This address is hard-coded into the module during its
manufacture and cannot be changed. This address is 6 bytes (12 digits) long.
Figure 12.7: MAC Address Label Example
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12.5.2
Notice!
The MAC address label is located on the rear of the module below the Ethernet port.
Record this number for future reference.
Obtaining an IP Address
Provide the module’s MAC address to the site’s network administrator, who then assigns an IP
address for the D6100IPv6.
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Initial IP Address Assignment Using ARP.EXE
12.5.3
The D6100i you are configuring and the computer used to configure it must both be on the
same gateway (the device that connects the LAN to the WAN) to use telnet for configuration of
the D6100i. The gateway can be a router or a hub. After you configure the D6100i and assign it
an IP address, you can then use telnet to change configuration parameters from anywhere on
the network.
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Notice!
Read this entire procedure before starting. Ensure that power is applied to the D6100i and
then connected to the LAN or WAN through the Ethernet connector.
The following procedure shows how to use the ARP command to assign an IP address to the
D6100i.
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Notice!
The IP and MAC addresses in this procedure are examples and are not the same as those for
your D6100i.
1.
Select Start → Run.
The Run dialog box appears.
2.
In the Run dialog box, type COMMAND and click OK.
A DOS window appears.
3.
At the DOS command line, type:
arp -s xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx zz-zz-zz-zz-zz-zz
and press Enter.
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xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the IP address the network administrator assigned to the D6100i
zz-zz-zz-zz-zz-zz is the MAC address printed on the back of the D6100i
For example:
The program responds with a prompt to indicate that the address was accepted.
1.
Verify that you entered the IP address correctly. Type:
arp -g
and press Enter.
This command displays the IP address 172.17.10.70 temporarily linked to MAC address
00-20-4a-12-04-0e as shown. The temporary link shows a static entry.
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The network uses this table to identify devices and to route signals. The number of devices
and other types (static and dynamic, as shown in the example) depends on the network and
the number and type of devices with which this COMPUTER communicates. Identify the MAC
address of the device you are installing and verify that it now has an IP address linked to it.
12.5.4
Using Telnet to Finish the Configuration
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Notice!
To use Telnet, you must log in as a user with Administrative privileges.
In Windows Vista, Telnet is disabled by default. In order to use Telnet, you must enable it:
1.
Click Start>Control Panel>Programs.
2.
Click Turn Windows features on or off. If you are prompted for an administrator password
or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
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3.
In the Windows Features dialog box, select the Telnet Client check box.
4.
Click OK. The installation might take several minutes
Notice!
The MAC address, IP address, gateway IP address, and port number in this procedure are examples and are not the same as those for your C900V2.
Notice!
By default, Windows Vista does not install the Telnet client. The Telnet client is for text-based
communication with remote systems.
To install the Telnet client on a PC running Windows Vista:
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1. Click Start→Control Panel.
2. Select Programs and Features.
3. Select Turn Windows Features on or off.
4. Select the Telnet Client option.
5. Click OK.
A dialog box opens to confirm installation. The telenet command is now available.
5.
Select Start → Run. The Run dialog box appears.
6.
In the Run dialog box, type telnet and click OK. The Telnet window appears.
7.
Type open <IP ADDRESS> 1 and press Enter (where <IP ADDRESS> is the IP address of
the D6100i). Type a space after open and after the IP address. For example:
open 172.17.10.70 1. The connection fails the first time. This is normal.
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Type open <IP ADDRESS> 9999 and press Enter (for example, open 172.17.10.70 9999).
10. Press Enter. The Setup Mode information appears.
Configuration Using Telnet
12.5.5
1.
Type 0 (zero) and press Enter to set up the basic server configuration.
If the D6100i was previously programmed with an IP address, the address appears in
parentheses.
2.
3.
Type the IP address (for example, 190.200.128.219) and press Enter.
If the Gateway address is required, type y, press Enter] and then type the address and
press Enter. If the Gateway address is not required or if you use DHCP, type n and press
Enter.
The following prompt appears.
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The Gateway IP is required only if you are connecting to a WAN. In a LAN, the Gateway IP is
usually not needed unless the Gateway IP of the PC is different from the Gateway to which
the D6100i is connected.
4.
If Network needs to be changed from the default, enter the number of bits that
correspond to the netmask your network uses and press Enter. Contact your network
administrator if you need more information about the netmask.
Host Bits
Netmask
Host Bits
Netmask
1
255.255.255.254
17
255.254.0.0
2
255.255.255.252
18
255.252.0.0
3
255.255.255.248
18
255.248.0.0
4
255.255.255.240
20
255.240.0.0
5
255.255.255.224
21
255.224.0.0
6
255.255.255.192
22
255.192.0.0
7
255.255.255.128
23
255.128.0.0
8
255.255.255.0
24
255.0.0.0
9
255.255.254.0
25
254.0.0.0
10
255.255.252.0
26
252.0.0.0
11
255.255.248.0
27
248.0.0.0
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255.255.240.0
28
240.0.0.0
13
255.255.224.0
29
224.0.0.0
14
255.255.192.0
30
192.0.0.0
15
255.255.128.0
31
128.0.0.0
16
255.255.0.0
The following prompt appears:
4
Press Enter to accept the password setting at none.
Notice!
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In most cases, do not assign a password. If a password is necessary, store it in a safe place. If
you lose or forget the password, you cannot connect to D6100i using telnet until you send the
unit to the factory for password removal, and the unit is returned to you.
The Setup Mode information appears.
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Notice!
If the default value displayed in your Telnet window does not match the value listed in any of
the steps below, type the correct value and press Enter.
1.
At the Baud Rate prompt, press Enter to accept the default (38400).
2.
At the I/F Mode prompt, press Enter to accept the default (4C).
3.
At the Flow prompt, press Enter to accept the default (00).
4.
Type a unique Port Number for the LAN to which the D6100i is connected and press
Enter.
5.
At the ConnectMode prompt, press Enter to accept the default (CC).
6.
At the Datagram Type prompt, type 00 or 02 and press Enter.
7.
At the IP addr prompt, type the remote IP address used for the D6600 to which the
C900V2 reports and press Enter.
8.
Enter the remote IP address using 000.000.000.000 format.
9.
Type the Port Number for the D6600 and press Enter.
If you want to enable encryption, continue with the next step, or skip ahead to the last step.
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If encryption is enabled on the D6100i, it must be enabled on all field devices.
1.
From the Change Setup menu, type 6 and press Enter.
This information appears.
2.
At the Disable SNMP prompt, press Enter to accept the default (N).
3.
At the SNMP Community Name prompt, press Enter to accept the default (blank).
4.
At the Disable Telnet Setup prompt, press Enter to accept the default (N).
5.
At the Disable Port 77FEh prompt, press Enter to accept the default (N).
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Notice!
Disabling the telnet and port 77FE prevents you from accessing the set-up menu for future
changes.
6.
At the Disable Web Server prompt, press Enter to accept the default (N).
7.
At the Disable ECHO ports prompt, press Enter to accept the default (Y).
8.
At the Enable Encryption prompt, type y and press Enter.
9.
At the Change keys prompt, type y and press Enter.
10. Type the key and press Enter.
The key is 16 bytes (32 characters) long. Enter the key using the
01-02-03-04-05-06-07-08-09-10-11-12-13-14-15-16 format.
11. At the Enable Enhanced Password prompt, press Enter to accept the default (N).
12. Type 9 and press Enter to save changes and exit from the telnet session.
To confirm that the IP address is configured properly, use the ping utility:
13. At the C:\> prompt, type ping <IP Address> and press Enter.
Four reply messages are received, confirming the D6100i is communicating on the
network
Configuration of the D6100i is complete.
12.5.6
Configuring for Network Communication
The following steps allow the D6100i to communicate with the host PC running the D6200
Programming Software.
Notice!
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For the network communication to function, install a properly configured D6100i. Refer to the
previous sections. If network communications are not installed, further D6200 software programming using the network is not possible.
1.
On the D6100i keypad, press Menu and enter the default passcode of [6][1][0][0] to
enter the programming mode. Press Menu again.
Notice!
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To change any programming parameter, follow this syntax:
Press Enter.
Enter the desired value.
Press Enter again to store the value.
2.
Press Down to view the 6 NETWORK CONFIGURATION then press Enter.
3.
Press Down to view the 6.2 Network adapter and press Enter.
4.
Set 6.2.5 Network Adapter Enabled to a value of 1 and press Enter. If the value is not 1,
press Enter>[1]>Enter.
5.
If the D6100i has encryption enabled, Set 6.2.6 Network Encryption Enabled to 1.
6.
Press Cancel and press Down to view 6.3 Network Automation Connection.
7.
Press Enter.
8.
Press Down to view 6.3.6 Network Automation Output Format.
9.
Type 1 for 6500 mode or 2 for SIA mode and press Enter to enter the selection.
10. Press Cancel and press the Down button to view 6.3.7 Device.
11. Press Enter.
12. Press [1] for automation communication through a network, or [2] for automation
communication through the RS-232 COM3 port.
13. Press Cancel and press the Down button to view 6.4 D6200 Network Connections.
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14. Press Enter to view 6.4.1 IP Address 1.
15. Press Enter again to enter the IP address of the host PC that runs the D6200 Software
Notice!
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When entering an IP address through the keypad of the D6100i, press an alpha character ([A]
to [F]) to enter a decimal point in the IP address. For example, enter IP address
202.96.168.127 as:
[2][0][2][A][9][6][A][1][6][8][A][1][2][7][ENTER].
16. Press the Down button to view 6.4.5 Network Programming Enable. Verify that the value
is 1. If the value is not 1, press Enter [1] Enter.
17. Press Cancel repeatedly to return to the idle stage (time and date show on the LCD).
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No Data Received Reports
If a message is garbled (incorrect checksum or inconsistent message rounds) due to a noisy
telephone line or other difficulty, the receiver withholds the kiss-off tone. This causes the
control panel to send the same message again up to four times.
13.1
No Data Received
The D6600/D6100IPv6 generates one or more of the following events:
–
Telephone line noise causes the data to be unrecognized.
–
A control panel sends the data in a format not recognized by the D6600/D6100IPv6.
–
A control panel transmitted nothing.
Figure 13.1: No Data Received Message
13.2
Data Error
Data Error is a function of PSTN. It is an error condition when the D6600/D6100IPv6 receives
partial data, appears on the LCD, and sends the error to a connected printer.
This occurs when telephone line noise causes data to be unrecognizable.
13.3
Wrong Data
Wrong Data is a function of the CPU where the PSTN software sends an invalid signal to the
CPU. It only sends output to the LCD and any connected printer.
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If using a Bosch Security Systems, Inc. receiver, connect a central station automation system
computer to the COM3 port (automation computer port) on the rear of the receiver with a
null-modem cable. Refer to the D6600/D6100IPv6 Computer Interface Manual (P/N:
4998122703) for additional information.
Standard automation reporting usually sends RS-232 serial data from the receiver COM3 port
to a COM port of a separate automation PC (refer to COM3 Automation Configuration in the
D6600/D6100IPv6 Program Entry Guide (P/N: 4998122702). With no additional programming
required at the network device servers such as the D6680s/D6682, you can use the same
serial communication across a network connection by using D6680s at both ends of the
automation communication path. The D6600 still sends the standard serial data, but the
network device servers create a "serial tunnel" and communicate with each other, convert data
back to the standard RS-232 that the automation computer can interpret, and transmit data
over the network.
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Some messages might remain unacknowledged (NACK) because of increased network activities. This forces the D6600 to send these messages again. Refer to Network Communications,
page 42 for complete details on network communications and programming.
1
2
3
5
4
Figure 14.1: Receiver system – Direct Connect
Callout ᅳ Description
1 ᅳ Host PC
2 ᅳ Connection – host PC COM port to D6100IPv6 COM3 port
3 ᅳ D6600IPv6
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4 ᅳ D6600 Receiver
5 ᅳ Connection – host PC COM Port to D6600 COM3 port
4
3
2
1
5
6
4
7
11
8
9
10
Figure 14.2: Receiver System – Standard/Network Automation
Callout ᅳ Description
1 ᅳ Connection – Host PC Network Interface Card to the Ethernet switch/hub
2 ᅳ Automation PC
3 ᅳ Connection – PC COM port to Network Ethernet Module
4 ᅳ Network Ethernet Module
5 ᅳ Connection – Network Ethernet Module to switch/hub
6 ᅳ Switch/hub
7 ᅳ Connection – Ethernet switch/hub to D600IPv6
8 ᅳ D6100IPv6
9 ᅳ Connection – Ethernet switch/hub to Network Ethernet Module
10 ᅳ Connection – Network Ethernet Module to D6600 COM4
11 ᅳ D6600
Notice!
For automation packages with network capabilities: The packet format received from the re-
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ceiver is the same as for RS-232 reporting, except an internet protocol (IP) and user datagram
protocol (UDP) header is stamped on the packet as the data transmitted by either standard
IP or UDP structure over the network. Automation software can easily support the network
communication by calling Socket functions.
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Spare circuit boards and receivers should be available at the central station. Keep a spare kit
on hand. UL Listed central stations monitoring burglary or fire alarms must have a spare
receiver available for activation within 30 sec.
15.2
Computer Interface
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15.3
Notice!
Keep spare cards for all receiver components.
Keep a spare CPU terminator card in the central station.
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15.4
Notice!
Keep D6200 Programming Software in the central station at all times.
Telephone Lines
Emergency Ringers
Extension ringers for incoming receiver telephone lines are available from telephone
equipment supply companies. They ring briefly to indicate an incoming call. If they continue to
ring, your receiver is out-of-service. The ringer has a volume control, but in a high traffic
central station, you might prefer to use beehive lights instead of ringers.
Rotary Lines
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Use rotary receiver lines (hunt groups) to prevent delay in alarm signals during periods of
busy central station traffic
Rotary lines are also important for providing alternate paths when a line is out of service. To
use this feature have your dispatcher dial the out-of-service line and leave the calling
telephone off the hook. This creates a busy signal on the line to all incoming communicators.
The communicators automatically switch to an unused line. The telephone company provides
rotary service when ordered.
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15.5
Notice!
UL and Factory Mutual central station service standards require constant monitoring of telephone lines.
Proper Ground
Connect the receivers to an earth ground, not a chassis or electrical ground. Measure the
resistance of the receiver ground to another ground. If the meter reads above 2Ω, check your
receiver ground against a third ground. If the difference is still greater than 2Ω, ground your
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receiver to a different earth ground. Cold water pipes or a grounding rod usually make a good
earth ground. The grounding wire should be heavy copper with as short and straight a run as
possible. Avoid sharp bends in the ground wire because a large power surge might arc across
the bend.
The terminator cards and their connection to the receiver cabinet provide the ground source
for the receiver’s circuit boards. Firmly tighten all the screws used to secure the terminator
cards to the back of the receiver cabinet.
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If the mounting bracket screws are not tight, the receiver’s operation can be erratic. A short
circuit or foreign voltage induced into the system can cause the receiver to fail.
Put an anti-static mat in front of the receiver to prevent electrostatic discharge from the
operator to the equipment.
15.6
Radio Frequency Interference
The D6600/D6100IPv6 is microprocessor based. All microprocessors are susceptible to radio
frequency interference (RFI), especially at the 480 MHz and 950 MHz bandwidths used by
walkie-talkies. Do not operate a walkie-talkie near a receiver.
15.7
Test Communicator
Periodically check your receiver and its telephone lines by using a digital communicator
triggered by an interval timer. If you have more than one data line, use a communicator for
each line or use a multiple number communicator.
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Troubleshooting Guide
The D6600 consists of several plug-in assemblies that you can easily replace in the field
(components and controls on individual assemblies are shown starting in Card Functions and
Locations, page 14.
Symptom
Problem
Solution
Line Card
Telephone line,
Pull the line card out of the receiver, and re-insert it to ensure the card is
OL/LF LED
telephone connecting
properly connected.
steadily glows
cord, line card, or
Exchange the connecting cord with a telephone line that operates. If the
red or yellow.
telco terminator is
original OL/LF LED remains a steady red or yellow, the problem is with a
defective.
plug-in card. Replace the line card with a spare. If the OL/LF LED for the
new card is a steady red or yellow, change the line terminator card.
If the OL/LF LED on the original troubled card goes out and the OL/LF
indicator on the previously untroubled card lights when you swap
connecting cords, the trouble is with the telephone line. Replace the
telco line connecting cord.
Notice! If the OL/LF LED is still on, the trouble might be in the telephone
line. Report the trouble to the telephone company.
Notice! Take immediate action if a telephone line is out of order and is the first line in a rotary or hunt group. Ask
the telephone company to create a busy signal on the defective line at the telephone exchange.
If emergency service is not available, call the troubled line and leave the calling handset off the hook. Do not hang
up. Incoming alarm signals see a busy signal and rotor (hunt) to another line in the hunt group. This procedure
does not work for Wide Area Telephone Service (WATS) lines.
Menus cannot
Incorrect password
be accessed.
Defective keypad panel D6100IPv6 default password: 6100.
Defective CPU card
D6600 default password: 6600.
Ensure that the ribbon cable connection between the CPU and the
front panel is secure.
Printer works
Defective or loose
Ensure that the ribbon cable connection between the CPU and the
but no display.
cable between the
front panel is secure.
CPU card and display
panel or user interface
card
Defective user
Exchange the CPU Card with a known good card.
interface card
Defective CPU
Symptom
Problem
Solution
Operator alert
System stalled
Check the watchdog LED on the inside of the door behind the keypad.
buzzer cannot
LED must flash for a running system. A solid light indicates a faulty
be silenced.
system. Reset power cycle of the D6600 if stalled.
Defective
Order replacement part P6603.
[Acknowledge] key
Defective user
Return the D6600 for repair.
interface card
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D6200 cannot
D6200 serial
Ensure that the cable between the PC and the D6600/D6100IPv6 is
connect to the
connection is
null-modem. Also ensure that the cable is not damaged. Inspect all
D6600/
defective, missing, or
pins on the D6600/D6100IPv6, PC, and serial cable.
D6100IPv6.
incorrect serial cable.
Ensure that the null-modem cable is connected to the correct COM
port of the PC (as per the D6200 COM setting; COM1 through COM8).
COM settings do not match. In the D6200, under the Settings Menu,
select COM SETTINGS. Confirm that all settings match the
configuration of the D6600 Host Programming Parameters (Menu Item
4.5 Parameters).
On the D6600, ensure that Menu Item 4.5.9 RS-232 Direct Access
Permission is set to 1.
If upgrading software, ensure that Menu Item 4.5.7 Software
Programming Enable (on the D6600/D6100IPv6) is set to 1.
Notice! If Software Programming Enable is set to zero (0),
communication between the D6200 and the D6600 is successful but
the upgrades fail.
If using COM4 through a direct connection, check that Menu Item 6.1.5
COM4 Network Adapter is set to 0.
If using COM1 through a direct connection, check that Menu Item 6.2.5
COM1 Network Adapter is set to 0.
Port conflicts with other applications on the host PC.
Reboot the PC and restart the D6200 with no other applications
running.
Defective CPU terminator card.
Defective CPU card.
Defective PC COM port.
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Symptom
Problem
Solution
D6200 cannot
D6200 network
Ensure that the Ethernet connection light on the network interface
connect to the
connection is
module for the PC running D6200 Software is on. This indicates a good
receiver through defective, missing, or
network connection.
a network
has incorrect network
Ensure that the Ethernet connection light on the Network Ethernet
connection.
cable.
Module for the PC running D6200 Software is on. This indicates a good
network connection.
If using the D6600’s COM4 to connect to the Network Ethernet
Module, ensure that Menu Item 6.1.4 COM4 Network Adapter in the
D6600 is set to 1.
If using the D6600’s COM1 to connect to the Network Ethernet
Module, ensure that Menu Item 6.2.5 COM1 Network Adapter in the
D6600 is set to 1.
If using the D6100IPv6’s Ethernet connection, ensure that Menu item
6.2.5 Network Adapter is set to 1.
If communicating within the same LAN, the IP address of the PC
running the D6200 software must be entered into the receiver Menu
Items 6.4.1 IP Address 1, 6.4.2 IP Address 2, or 6.4.3 IP Address 3.
If communicating over a WAN, the external IP address of the LAN with
the PC running the D6200 software must be entered into the receiver’s
Menu Items 6.4.1 IP Address 1, 6.4.2 IP Address 2, or 6.4.3 IP Address
3.
Ensure that Menu Item 6.4.5 Network Programming Enable in the
receiver is set to 1.
Ensure that the D6200 programming software is set up for TCP/IP
network connection (select Administration → Connection Settings).
If communicating on the same LAN, ensure that the IP address of the
Network Ethernet Module or D6100IPv6 is entered correctly.
If communicating over a WAN, ensure that the external IP address of
the LAN with the Network Ethernet Module or D6100IPv6 is entered.
Ensure that the port number entered in the D6200 matches the port
number configured in the Network Ethernet Module.
If encryption is enabled on the D6200,
encryption must also be enabled on the Network Ethernet Module or
D6100IPv6.
the 16-byte key must be the same in the Network Ethernet Module or
D6100IPv6 and the D6200 software.
If communicating over a WAN, ensure that the firewalls of the LANs are
configured correctly.
For example, the Network Ethernet Module resides on one LAN and
the D6200 software resides in another LAN. A WAN connects them, but
the firewalls at both LANs should allow TCP and UDP packets through.
Ensure that firewalls allow your selected ports to pass through.
Contact your IT administrator.
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Specifications
Dimensions
D6600
Rack mount (4U)
(H x W x D)
18 cm x 48.3 cm x 49.5 cm
(7.0 in x 19.0 in x 19.5 in)
Standalone
18 cm x 45.0 cm x 49.5 cm
(7.0 in x 17.75 i. x 19.5 in)
D6100IPv6
Rack mount (2U)
9.0 cm. x 37.5 cm. x 25.5 cm
(3.5 in x 19 in x 10 in)
Standalone
9.0 cm. x 30.5 cm. x 25.5 cm
(3.5 in x 12.0 in x 10 in)
Weight
D6600
8.7 kg (19 lb)
D6100IPv6
3 kg (7 lb)
AC Nominal Operating
120 V or 230 V
Range
D6100IPv6 Power Input
AC Maximum Operating
100 VAC to 120 VAC, 220 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 - 60 Hz
Range
2.5 A maximum
Power Cord
IEC 60320 C13 type
Replaceable Fuse
2.5A F250V fast blow 5x20mm
AC Nominal Operating
18VAC (see specific Installation Supplement supplied
Range
with your product for your application for supplied
transformer specifics)
Current Required
D6600 with one line card
installed
Required battery current
800 mA
Required UPS AC standby current
350 mA
For each additional line card Required additional battery current
or terminal card pair
Required additional UPS AC
210 mA
35 mA
standby current
For network
communications card
Required additional battery current
10 mA
Required additional UPS AC
10 mA
standby current
D6100IPv6
Standby Power
Required battery current
330 mA
Required UPS AC standby current
250 mA
The receiver includes an external battery connection and battery harness. Use 12 V
rechargeable sealed lead-acid batteries.
Standby power supply (UPS or battery) requirements: 24-hour minimum for UL Fire
applications (UL864); 4‑hour minimum for UL Burglary applications (UL1610).
Refer to Connecting External Batteries, page 27 for battery size.
Telephone
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D6600 ESVUSA-25328-AL-N
D6100IPv6 ESVAL04BD6100
The D6600 Receiver is Federal Communications Commission (FCC) registered under
Part No. 68 using the RJ11C Interconnect that can be ordered from your local
telephone company.
Notice! This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class A (D6600) or Class B (D6100IPv6) digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
–
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
–
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
–
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
–
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
–
Any modifications made to this device that are not approved by Bosch Security
the receiver is connected.
Systems, Inc. may void the authority granted to the user by the FCC to operate
this equipment.
Ringer Equivalence
0.4 B
Industry Canada
D6600 1249A-8925A
D6100IPv6 1249A-6100
This product meets the applicable Industry Canada technical specifications.
The Ringer Equivalence Number is an indication of the maximum number of devices
allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination on an interface
may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the
sum of the RENs of all the devices does not exceed five (5.0).
Ringer Equivalence
0.2
Display
Screen size:
0.7 in x 6.0 in (1.8 cm x 15.2 cm) dot matrix LCD (5 x 7 dots per
(H x W)
character).
Shows two separate lines of 40-characters each.
LED
Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
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Inputs and Outputs
–
One RS-232 interface port COM3 (middle connector on the CPU terminator card)
for connection to an automation computer.
–
One RS-232 interface port COM4 (upper connector of CPU terminator card) for
connection to an external serial printer, a PC, a modem, or a network.
–
One parallel printer port for connection to a parallel printer
–
Two programmable inputs (wire harness included)
–
Two programmable outputs (wire harness included)
–
Optional: One RS-232 port (COM1) for the Network Communications expansion
option (D6600 only).
UL Canada – ULC (D6600 Active
Protect Backup
Supervision of
only)
ed
Requirements for
Communication
Premis
Network
Channel
e
Communications
PSDN
UPS power backup
Level
Level A1
Loss of
Receiver Risk
D6600
Low
D6600
Low
Communication
Channel shall be
indicated at SRC
Level P1
DACT
UPS power backup
Loss of
Communication
Channel shall be
indicated at SRC
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D6600 and D6100IPv6 Listings and
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D6600 Only Listings and Approvals
Listings and Approvals
Approvals
–
UL Proprietary 1076
–
UL Central Station Fire (UL864)
–
ULC S527 Central Station Fire
–
UL Central Station Burglary
–
cUL S304-M88, Central and
(UL1610)
Monitoring Station Burglar Alarm
–
UL Police Station Connect (UL365)
Units, C1076, Proprietary Burglar
–
Approved for use for Encrypted Line
Alarm Units and Systems
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Security when communicating via a
Packet Switched Data Network
(PSDN)
–
Approved for use for Level 3 Line
Security when communicating via
PSDN
–
NIST AES Certification
–
Austel Approved
–
CE Approved
-TBR21
-EN60950 Safety
-EN55022 Radiated/Conducted
Emissions
-EN50130-4
-EN61000-3-2
-EN61000-3-3
–
FCC Part 15 Radiated/Conducted
Emissions
Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
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FCC Part 68 Telecom
–
Industry Canada
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Service Information
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(EMERGENCY DATA SHEET
In a central station emergency, use this information to contact the necessary people and enable Bosch Security
Systems, Inc. Customer Service Personnel to help you with your emergency. Ask your supervisor to provide the
following information:
Supervisor’s Name:
Emergency Telephone #:
Telephone Co. Repair Service
Telephone #:
Contact:
Power & Light Co. Repair Service
Telephone:
Contact:
Notice!
Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Customer Service: (800) 289-0096 (press [2] for Technical Sup-
i
port). When calling for emergency central station service, please tell the operator “Receiver
Problem.”
Receiver Software Version:
CPU: __________
Line: __________
D6200: ___________
Slot 4: _______________
Slot 7: _______________
Slot 2: _______________
Slot 5: _______________
Slot 8: _______________
Slot 3: _______________
Slot 6: _______________
Line Card Model Numbers Installed Slot 1: _______________
(D6600 only)
Incoming
Receiver
Telephone
Line
Numbers:
Line 1:
Line 13:
Line 25:
Line 2:
Line 14:
Line 26:
Line 3:
Line 15:
Line 27:
Line 4:
Line 16:
Line 28:
Line 5:
Line 17:
Line 29:
Line 6:
Line 18:
Line 30:
Line 7:
Line 19:
Line 31:
Line 8:
Line 20:
Line 32:
Line 9:
Line 21:
Line 10:
Line 22:
Line 11:
Line 23:
Line 12:
Line 24:
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Are Lines in Rotary? Yes: __________ No: __________
Type of WATS Lines? Local: ________ Statewide: ________ National: ________ Other: ________
Location of Receiver Spares Package: ____________________________________________________________________________
Location of Receiver Ground Wire Connection: _____________________________________________________________________
Location of AC Power for Receiver: _______________________________________________________________________________
Location of Telephone Line Jacks: ________________________________________________________________________________
Receiver Connected to Computer System?: Yes: ________ No: ________
Automation System Manufacturer: ________________________________________________________________________________
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