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Table of contents
1
Introduction
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1.1
About documentation
8
1.2
Related documentation
8
1.3
Bosch Security Systems, Inc. product manufacturing dates
2
System Overview
10
2.1
ICP-SOL2-P
10
2.2
ICP-SOL3-P
12
2.3
Configuration and Parts
13
2.3.1
Control panel capacities
13
2.3.2
Parts list
14
9
2.3.3
Order separately
14
3
Installation workflow
15
4
Accessories
16
4.1
Codepads
16
4.1.1
Icon Codepad Indicators
18
4.1.2
Text Codepad Indicators
19
4.1.3
Installer Menu
23
4.1.4
User Menu
26
4.1.5
All - No PIN menu
26
4.2
RADION keyfobs
27
4.3
Keyswitches
27
4.4
B308 Octo-output Module
28
4.5
WE800EV2
29
4.6
B810 receiver
30
4.7
RADION repeater
30
4.8
RADION detectors
30
4.9
A-Link Plus Software
30
4.9.1
Connect to the control panel remotely
32
4.9.2
Options
34
4.9.3
Communicating with the B426/B450
35
4.10
B426 Conettix Ethernet Communication Modules
38
4.11
B450 Conettix Plug-in Communicator Interfaces
38
4.12
Using the network communication modules
39
4.13
TF008 Plug Pack (TF008-B)
40
4.13.1
Install the transformer
40
4.14
Remote Security Control
40
5
Configuration
42
5.1
Installer Commands
42
5.1.1
Command 958 - Exit from Installer's Programming Mode without saving changes
42
5.1.2
Command 959 - Test the IUI-SOL-ADAPTER
42
5.1.3
Command 960 - Save and exit from Installer's Programming Mode
43
5.1.4
Command 961 - Reset the Control Panel to Factory Default Settings
43
5.1.5
Command 962 - Copy the Control Panel Memory to the IUI-SOL-ADAPTER
43
5.1.6
Command 963 - Copy the IUI-SOL-ADAPTER to the Control Panel
43
5.1.7
Command 965 - Set up Domestic Dialing Format
44
5.1.8
Command 966 - Enable/Disable the Automatic Stepping of Locations
45
5.1.9
Command 999 - Display the Software Version Number
45
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Disable Factory Defaults
46
5.3
Configuring for email
47
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System Operations
52
6.1
Arming the system in AWAY Mode
52
6.2
Disarming the system from AWAY Mode
52
6.3
Arming the System in STAY Mode 1
53
6.4
Disarming the system from STAY Mode 1
54
6.5
Arming the system from STAY Mode 2
54
6.6
Disarming the system from STAY Mode 2
55
6.7
Codepad duress alarm
56
6.8
Codepad panic alarm
56
6.9
Codepad fire alarm
56
6.10
Codepad medical alarm
56
6.11
Isolating zones
56
6.12
Standard isolating
57
6.13
Code to isolate
57
6.14
Fault analysis mode
58
6.15
Fault descriptions
59
7
System Functions
62
7.1
Installer Code Functions
62
7.1.1
Add or Delete RF Wireless Devices
62
7.1.2
Set the Number of Days until the First Test Report
63
7.1.3
Change Domestic Phone Numbers
64
7.1.4
Change Telco Arm/Disarm Sequence
65
7.1.5
Setting STAY Mode 2 Bypass Zones
66
7.1.6
Turning Report Monitor Mode On and Off
67
7.1.7
Walk Test Mode
68
7.1.8
Event Memory Recall Mode
68
7.2
Master Code Functions
69
7.2.1
Arm or Disarm both Areas at the Same Time
69
7.2.2
Changing and Deleting User Codes
70
7.2.3
Changing and Deleting Remote Radio User Codes
70
7.2.4
Deleting User/Radio Codes
71
7.2.5
Change Domestic Phone Numbers
71
7.2.6
Change Telco Arm/Disarm Sequence
73
7.2.7
Setting STAY Mode 2 Bypass Zones
74
7.2.8
Turning Outputs On and Off
75
7.2.9
Setting the Date and Time
75
7.2.10
Walk Test Mode
76
7.2.11
Event Non-Volatile Memory Recall Mode
76
7.3
User Code Functions
77
7.4
Hold-Down Functions
77
7.4.1
Arm the System in AWAY Mode
77
7.4.2
Arm the System in STAY Mode 1
78
7.4.3
Arm the System in STAY Mode 2
78
7.4.4
Horn Speaker Test
78
7.4.5
Bell Test
78
7.4.6
Strobe Test
78
7.4.7
Turning Day Alarm On and Off
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7.4.8
Fault Analysis Mode
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7.4.9
Initiate a Modem Call
79
7.4.10
Reset Latching Outputs
79
7.4.11
Change the Codepad Buzzer Tone
79
7.4.12
Send Test Report
80
8
Domestic Dialing
81
8.1
Domestic Dialing Funtion
81
8.2
Setting Up and Programming Domestic Reporting
81
9
Zone Information
83
9.1
Day Alarm Information
83
9.1.1
Day Alarm Resetting
83
9.1.2
Day Alarm Latching
83
9.1.3
Day Alarm Operation
83
9.2
EOL Resistor Value
84
9.3
Zone Programming
85
9.3.1
Zone Defaults
86
9.3.2
Zone Types
90
9.3.3
Zone Pulse Count
92
9.3.4
Zone Pulse Count Time
92
9.3.5
Zone Options 1
93
9.3.6
Zone Options 2
94
9.3.7
Zone Report Options
95
9.3.8
Keyswitch Zone Options
95
9.4
Swinger Shutdown Count for Siren
97
9.5
Swinger Shutdown Count for Report
97
9.6
System Status Programming
98
9.6.1
System Status Reporting Options
98
9.6.2
Test Reporting Time
98
9.6.3
Test Reporting Options
99
9.7
STAY Mode 2 Automatically Bypass Zones
10
System Event Timers
101
10.1
Programming Entry/Exit Timers
101
10.2
Entry Timer 1
101
10.3
Entry Timer 2
101
10.4
Exit Timer
101
10.5
Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode
102
10.6
Delay Alarm Reporting Time
102
10.7
Sensor Watch Time
102
10.8
Codepad Lockout Time
103
10.9
Siren Run Time
103
10.10
Siren Sound Rate
103
10.11
Auto Arming Pre-Alert Timer
103
10.12
Auto Arming Time
104
10.13
Auto Disarming Time
104
10.14
Kiss-Off Wait Time
105
10.15
Speaker Beep Volume
105
11
System and Consumer Options
106
11.1
System Options 1
106
11.2
System Options 2
106
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System Options 3
107
11.4
System Options 4
108
11.5
Consumer Options 1
108
11.6
Consumer Options 2
109
11.7
Consumer Options 3
110
12
Partitioning
111
12.1
Programming
111
12.1.1
Partitioning Options 1
111
12.1.2
Partitioning Options 2
111
12.2
Zone allocations
112
12.2.1
Zone area assignments
112
12.2.2
User code area assignments
113
12.2.3
Codepad assignment
113
13
Communicator Information
114
13.1
Primary Telephone Number for Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
115
13.2
Secondary Telephone Number for Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
115
13.3
Transmission Format for Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
115
13.4
Subscriber ID Number for Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
116
13.5
Telco Arming Sequence
116
13.6
Telco Disarming Sequence
117
13.7
Call Back Telephone Number
117
13.8
Ring Count
117
13.9
Telephone Line Fail Options
118
13.10
Communicator Options 1
119
13.11
Communicator Options 2
120
13.12
Communicator Options 3
121
13.13
A-Link Options
121
13.14
Sending reports with the network modules
122
14
Access
124
14.1
Installer Code
124
14.2
User Codes
124
14.3
User Code Priority
126
15
Programmable Outputs
128
15.1
Output Programming
128
15.2
Output Event Types
132
15.3
Output Polarity
138
15.4
Output Timing
140
15.5
Pulsing Polarities
140
15.6
One-Shot Polarities
140
16
RF Information
141
17
Reports
142
17.1
Zone Tamper Report
142
17.2
Walk Test Report
142
17.3
Bypass Report
142
17.4
Trouble Report
142
17.5
Sensor Watch Report
142
17.6
Alarm Restore Code
143
17.7
RF Receiver Trouble Report
143
17.8
RF Receiver Trouble Restore Report
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17.9
RF Low Battery Report
143
17.10
Arm/Disarm Reports
143
17.11
Codepad Duress Report
143
17.12
Codepad Panic Report
144
17.13
Codepad Fire Report
144
17.14
Codepad Medical Report
144
17.15
AUX Power Supply Fail Report
144
17.16
AUX Power Supply Fail Restore Report
144
17.17
AC Fail Report
144
17.18
AC Fail Restore Report
144
17.19
Low Battery Report
144
17.20
Low Battery Restore Report
145
18
Strings
146
18.1
Fault String
146
18.2
Event String
147
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Introduction
1
This section includes an introduction to documents for this product and other documentrelated instructions.
About documentation
1.1
This document contains instructions for a trained installer to properly install, configure, and
operate this control panel, and all optional peripheral devices. Review this document before
beginning the installation to determine the hardware and wiring requirements for the features
used.
Throughout this document, the words “control panel ” refer to all control panels covered by
this document (ICP-SOL2-P/ICP-SOL3-P , also known as Solution 2000/3000).
Notifications
This document uses Notices, Cautions, and Warnings to draw your attention to important
information.
Notice!
These include important notes for successful operation and programming of equipment, or
indicate a risk of damage to the equipment or environment.
Caution!
!
These indicate a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate
injury.
Warning!
!
These indicate a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious
injury.
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.
1.2
Related documentation
To obtain any of the documents listed in this section, download them from the web.
Downloading documentation:
1.
Go to the Bosch website (us.boschsecurity.com).
2.
In the Search text box on the right side of the page, enter the CTN for the product for
which you wish to download the documentation.
3.
Press [ENTER].
4.
If you see the desired document in the search results, click the link for the document to
open it. Otherwise, click the desired product’s Product Page button. The product page
opens with the Details tab selected.
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Click on the Documents tab, and then click the desired language listed to the right of the
desired document.
Call Bosch Security Systems, Inc., Technical Support (1-800-289-0096) if you need additional
assistance.
Control panel documents
Control Panel (ICP-SOL2-P/ICP-SOL3-P) Installation Guide (P/N:F01U298026)
Control Panel (ICP-SOL2-P/ICP-SOL3-P) Quick Reference Guide (P/N:F01U298027)
Control Panel (ICP-SOL2-P/ICP-SOL3-P) User’s Guide (P/N:F01U298028)
*Shipped with the product.
1.3
Bosch Security Systems, Inc. product manufacturing dates
Use the serial number located on the product label and refer to the Bosch Security Systems,
Inc. website 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
2.1
ICP-SOL2-P
6
5
4
2
8
3
7
1
9
13
10
12
11
14
15
16
17
18
Callout - Description
1 – Control panel
2 – Keyfob
3 – WE800EV2 receiver
4 – IUI-SOL adapter
5 – Domestic call
6 – CMS A-Link Plus
7 – PSTN
8 - Receiver
9 – B442 / B450 cellular module
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Callout - Description
10 - Email
11 – B426
12 – Smartphone app
13 – Wired detector
14 – Touchscreen codepad
15 – LCD text codepad
16 – LCD icon codepad
17 – B308
18 – Siren and strobe light
Line Type
Description
SDI2 Bus for all existing accessories
2 way communication via IP
2 way communication
Direct link
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2.2
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10
9
8
3
2
7
11
12
4
5
1
13
17
14
16
15
18
19
20
21
22
23
Callout - Description
1 – Control panel
2 – Wireless detector
3 – Wireless repeater
4 – Wireless keyfob
5 – Wireless receiver
6 – Keyfob
7 – WE800EV2 receiver
8 – IUI-SOL adapter
9 – Domestic call
10 – CMS A-Link Plus
11 – PSTN
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Callout - Description
12 - Receiver
13 – B442 / B450
14 - Email
15 – B426
16 - Smartphone app
17 – Wired detector
18 – Touchscreen codepad
19 – LCD text codepad
20 – Icon codepad
21 – B308
22 - Siren
23 – Strobe light
Description
Line Type
SDI2 Bus for all existing accessories
2 way communication via IP
2 way communication
Direct link
2.3
Configuration and Parts
This section lists each control panel's capacities and a parts list.
2.3.1
Control panel capacities
Features
ICP-SOL2-P
ICP-SOL3-P
Number of users
32
32
Number of zones
4+4 (ZD)
8+8 (ZD)
Number of areas/partitions
2
2
Number of on-board outputs
4
4
Number of codepads
4
4
Number of B308 Octo-output modules
1
1
Number of B426 IP communicators
2
2
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Features
ICP-SOL2-P
ICP-SOL3-P
Number of B442 or B450 GPRS communicators
2
2
Number of WE800EV2 receivers
1
1
Number of RADION receivers
0
1
Number of RADION repeaters
0
8
2.3.2
Parts list
Control panels ship assembled from the factory with the following parts:
Literature
–
Control Panels (ICP-SOL2-P/ICP-SOL3-P) Quick Reference Guide
–
Control Panels (ICP-SOL2-P/ICP-SOL3-P) User Guide
HW pack
–
EOL resistors
–
Battery wires
–
PSTN lead
–
Screws
Assembly
–
2.3.3
PC board
Order separately
Order the accessories listed below to aid in the installation of your control panel. If you
ordered your control panel in a kit, you might already have these parts.
Accessory Type
ICP-SOL2-P
ICP-SOL3-P
Codepads
Touchscreen, IUI-SOL-
Touchscreen, IUI-SOL-
ICON, IUI-SOL-TEXT
ICON, IUI-SOL-TEXT
Key fobs
HCT-4
HCT-4, RFKF-TB/RFKF-FB
Octo-output modules
B308
B308
Receivers
WE800EV2
WE800EV2, B810
Repeaters
RFRP
Detectors
RFPR-12
Software
A-Link Plus
A-Link Plus
Ethernet communication modules
B426
B426
GPRS communication modules
B442, B450
B442, B450
Transformer
TF008-B
TF008-B
Other accessories:
Keyswitches
Battery
Siren
Strobe
RJ11 PSTN terminal
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Installation workflow
Before installing and operating the control panel, read these instructions. Failure to follow
these procedures may cause the device not to function properly. Bosch Security Systems Inc.
is not responsible for any devices that are improperly installed, tested, or maintained.
This document does not contain special information about local requirements and safety
issues. Information on such issues is provided only to the extent that it is needed for
operation of the device. Ensure that you are familiar with all safety-related processes and
regulations in your area. This also includes how to act in the event of an alarm and the initial
steps to take if a fire breaks out. The operating instructions should always be available on site.
It is a required part of the system and must be given to the new owner if the system is ever
sold.
Use the workflow and checkboxes below as you complete steps.
Install the enclosure
Install the control panel
Install and wire for telephone communication
Install and wire for IP communications
Install and wire the transformer
Install and wire arming devices
Install and wire outputs
Install and wire inputs
Complete the installation
See also
–
Install the transformer, page 40
–
Domestic Dialing, page 81
–
Communicator Information, page 114
–
B426 Conettix Ethernet Communication Modules, page 38
–
Codepads, page 16
–
RADION keyfobs, page 27
–
Keyswitches, page 27
–
WE800EV2, page 29
–
B308 Octo-output Module, page 28
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Accessories
Bosch Security Systems, Inc. manufactures a number of accessories that can be used in
conjunction with the control panel. These devices enhance certain features to make the
system extremely flexible.
Some sections include basic installation instructions. For detailed installation instructions,
refer to the Installation Guide that came packaged with the device.
4.1
Codepads
The Solution 3000/2000 series control panels support two types of codepads: a text LCD
codepad (IUI-SOL-TEXT) and an icon LCD codepad (IUI-SOL-ICON).
IUI – SOL -TEXT
IUI – SOL – ICON
1 2 3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*
0
#
4 5 6
7 8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
* STAY
0
# AWAY
Installation
Set the address switches for the proper address, mount the mounting plate, wire to the
control panel, and attach the codepad to the mounting plate.
Notice!
Do not remove the spring from the tamper switch on the IUI-SOL-ICON. Removing the spring
will cause a Codepad Tamper Trouble and a report will be sent if configured to do so.
Set the address
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The IUI-SOL-TEXT and IUI-SOL-ICON have 6 DIP switches that support SDI2 addresses 01 to
16. DIP switches determine the address for the codepad. The control panel uses the address
for communications. Use a ballpoint pen to set the switches.
If multiple codepads reside on the same system, each codepad must have a unique address.
The Solution 3000/2000 series control panels support up to 4 codepads, addresses 01-04. DIP
switch address settings greater than 4 prevent the codepad from processing messages
received on the SDI2 bus and the option bus. Any change to the DIP switch requires a power
cycle or software reboot of the module for the new external address to be read.
DIP Switch Codepad
DIP Switch Number
Address
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
2
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
On
3
On
On
Off
Off
Off
On
4
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
On
Install the module
1.
Use the provided anchors and screws to mount the codepad base on the wall.
2.
Pull the necessary wiring through the mounting plate.
Wire to the control panel
Wire the codepad to the control panel using the control panel terminals labeled R, Y, G, B
(PWR, A, B, COM). Connect them to the codepad terminals labeled R, Y, G, B. Connect
codepads to the SDI2 data bus by parallel wire run from the control panel to each codepad,
wire from codepad to codepad, or a combination of the two. Use a maximum of 7500 ft (2286
m) of 22 AWG (0.8 mm) wire for all devices connected to the SDI2 bus combined.
1
3
+
- PWR A
BATTERY
B COM PWR A
B COM
1
R YGB
R
2
Y
PWR A
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2 – Terminal wiring
3 – Codepad’s wiring terminal block
4.1.1
Icon Codepad Indicators
Codepad indicator
Status
Definition
On
Zone is unsealed.
Off
Zone is sealed.
Flashing Fast (0.25 sec
Zone is in alarm condition.
icons
ZONE 1 – 8 for ICPSOL2-P
ZONE 1 – 16 for ICPSOL3-P
AWAY
on/0.25 sec off)
Flashing Slow (1 sec on/1 Zone is manually isolated or selected to
sec off)
be isolated.
On
System is armed in AWAY Mode.
Off
System is not armed in AWAY Mode.
Flashing twice a sec with
Setting STAY Mode 2 zones.
STAY indicator
On
System is armed in STAY Mode 1 or
STAY Mode 2.
Off
STAY
System is not armed in STAY Mode 1 or
STAY Mode 2.
Flashing twice a sec
Zone isolating mode
Flashing twice a sec with
Setting STAY Mode 2 zones.
AWAY indicator
MAINS
Flashing once every 3 sec
Day alarm status – day alarm turned on.
On
System is disarmed.
On
AC MAINS power normal.
Flashing
AC MAINS supply has failed.
On
There is a system fault that needs to be
rectified.
Off
The system is normal, there are no
faults.
FAULTS
Flashing
There is a system fault that needs to be
acknowledged.
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Codepad indicator
Status
Definition
Flashing
These two indicators flash when you
19
icons
enter Installer’s Programming Mode or
use any Master Code function.
Programming Mode
The OFF indicator lights when the
system is disarmed and flashes when a
zone becomes unsealed when
disarmed. The indicator stops flashing
when all zones are sealed.
The ON indicator lights when the
system is armed and flashes when an
alarm occurs. The indicator is reset
after a valid User Code is entered.
Table 4.1: Icon Indicators
The table below defines the audible indicators given out by the codepad buzzer.
Audible Indicator
Definition
One short beep
A button/key was pressed on the codepad, or Exit Time ended
when armed in STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2.
Two short beeps
The system accepted your code.
Three short beeps
The requested function was executed.
One long beep
Indicates the last 10 seconds of Exit Time when armed in AWAY
Mode, or the requested operation was denied or aborted.
Indicates codepad panic/fire/medical alarm operation.
One beep every sec
Walk Test Mode is currently active.
One short beep every min
There is a system fault waiting to be acknowledged.
One beep every 4 sec.
During Auto Arming Pre-Alert Time, the warning before
automatic arming takes place.
One beep every 2 sec.
During Exit Time when armed in AWAY Mode.
Table 4.2: Audible Indicators
4.1.2
Text Codepad Indicators
Codepad Key Functions
Codepad key
Function
Switch the display area on master codepad.
Page up the fault item and recall event.
Turn menu/option item up.
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Function
Switch the display item on codepad idle display except the
master codepad.
Page down the fault item and recall event.
Turn menu/option item up.
Entry program menu ([-] or PIN+[-]).
Exit program item setting.
Return to the upper level menu.
Hold-down 3sec to exit program mode without saving.
Input the PIN code.
0-9
Input the program number.
Select and enter into the sub menu.
Select the program option item.
Hold-down 3sec or press two keys once to use the related
function.
Arm/disarm in stay1 or stay2 mode.
*
Zone bypass([*][*] or [*]+[PIN+[*]).
Delete all input numbers.
Enable/disable the special chars input when set the phone
number.
Switch manual/auto-learn mode in RFID input.
Switch small/capital letter input.
Hold-down 3sec to arm in away mode.
#
Entry into the sub menu.
Exit the walk test mode.
Confirm the input value in program setting.
Confirm the new faults and day alarm reset when system
disarmed.
Commands
Master/User Function
Access
Command
Description
PIN+[0][#]
Arm/Disarm Mul-
(U)
Installer
Function
Command
Description
PIN+[0][#]
Add or Delete RF
areas at the same
Access
(I)
Devices
time
PIN+[1][#]
Change User Code
(U)
and RF Keyfob
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Set Days until the
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Access
Command
Description
PIN+[2][#]
Change Domestic
(U)
Installer
Function
Command
Description
PIN+[2][#]
Change Domestic
Phone Number
PIN+[3][#]
Change Telco Arm/
(U)
PIN+[3][#]
(I)
Setting STAY Mode2
Change Telco Arm/ (I)
Disarm Sequence
(U)
PIN+[4][#]
Zones
PIN+[5][#]
Access
Phone Number
Disarm Sequence
PIN+[4][#]
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Setting STAY
(I)
Mode2 Zones
Turn Output On/Off
(U)
PIN+[6][#]
Enable Report
(I)
Monitor Mode
PIN+[6][#]
Setting the Date and
(U)
PIN+[7][#]
Walk Test Mode
(I)
(U)
PIN+[8][#]
Event Memory
(I)
Time
PIN+[7][#]
Walk Test Mode
Recall Mode
PIN+[8][#]
Event Memory Recall (U)
PIN+[#]
Mode
Enter
(I)
Programming
Menu
PIN+[9][#]
Duress Disarm
(U)
PIN+[-]
Enter
(I)
Programming
Menu
PIN+[*]
STAY1 Arm/Disarm
(U)
PIN+[#]
AWAY Arm/Disarm
(U)
PIN+[-]
Enter User
(U)
Menu(Master/User
Long Press
Function
Command
Description
Hold-down
Arm/Disarm the
[0] 3sec
system in STAY
Access
Items)
[*]+PIN+[*]
Zone Bypass
(U)
(AUI)
Mode 2
PIN+[9][9]
System Reset
(U)
[8][9][#]
Hold-down
Horn Speaker Test (AUI)
[1] 3sec
Hold-down
Bell Test
(AUI)
Strobe Test
(AUI)
Hold-down
Turn Day Alarm
(AUI)
[4] 3sec
On/Off
Hold-down
Fault Analysis
[5] 3sec
Mode
Hold-down
Initiate a Modem
[6] 3sec
Call
[2] 3sec
Two Keys
Function
Command
Description
[1]+[3]
User Panic Alarm
[4]+[6]
[7]+[9]
Access
Hold-down
[3] 3sec
User Fire Alarm
User Medical Alarm
(AUI)
(AUI)
(AUI)
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Master/User Function
Access
Command
Description
[*]+[#]
User Panic Alarm
(AUI)
Installer
Function
Command
Description
Hold-down
Reset Latching
[7] 3sec
Output
Hold-down
Change the
[8]
Codepad Buzzer
Access
(AUI)
(AUI)
Frequency and
Codepad Area
Display
Other
Function
Command
Description
[*]+[*]
Zone Bypass
[-]
Access
Hold-down
Send Test Report
(AUI)
Hold-down
Arm the system in
(AUI)
[#] 3sec
AWAY Mode
Hold-down
Arm/Disarm the
[*] 3sec
system in STAY
[9] 3sec
(U)
Enter User Menu(No
(AUI)
Code Items)
(AUI)
Mode 1
[#]
Stop Walk Test/New
(AUI)
Fault Confirm
Access Key:
A = All have access (no PIN required)
U = User and Master access (PIN required)
I = Installer access (Installer PIN required)
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Exit Menu Without
[-] 3sec
Saving
(AUI)
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Installer Menu
Use the menu tree below to program the control panel from the IUI-SOL-TEXT codepad. To
program the control panel from the IUI-SOL-ICON, use the programming address indicated in
brackets [ ] next to each command.
Example:
To program Exit Time using the
IUI-SOL-TEXT – (can be programmed by text menu or address programming)
–
By Text Menu:
1.
Enter the Installer Code, followed by [-] or [#] key (for example, [1234#]),
2.
Then press keys [3], [1], [3]
–
By address programming:
3.
Enter the Installer Code, followed by [-] or [#] key (for example, [1234#]),
4.
Press 81 to enter address programming.
5.
Press Exit Time address 470# to program.
6.
Press keys [3], [1], [3].
–
IUI-SOL-ICON – Enter the Installer Code followed by #, then program address 470.
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Installer
Passcode
1 Fault analysis
2 Event recall
2 Inquire
1
Command
3 System
1 RF zone
2 RF Keyfob
3 RF Repeater
4 RF diagnose
1
2
3
4
5
5 Test
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Day alarm
Arm/disarm seq.
Report monitor
Modem call init.
Domestic phone
Version display
Factory default
Horn speaker
Bell test
Strobe test
Walk test
Test report
1 Installer code [181]
2
Access
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
3 Access retry [424]
2 User allocate [534]
3 User authority [189]
4 User property
1 Timer
3
System
Entry time1
Entry time2
Exit time
Entry guard time for STAY mode
Sensor watch time
Codepad lockout time
Auto arm pre-alert time
Auto arm time
Auto disarm time
2 Codepad
3 Arm/disarm
4 Fault
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Auto arm in STAY1
Single button arm enable
Single button disarm enable
Disarmed on power up
Arm/disarm track on power up
Phone remote arm
Answer machine bypass on arm
[496.3]
[497.2]
[497.3]
[495.1]
[495.2]
[177.2]
[177.3]
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Ignore AC fail
AC fail report wait time
Horn speaker fault monitor
Phone line fault indicator
Phone line fault alarm on armed
Phone line fault alarm on disarm
Lockout phone line fail alarm
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Home message
Button factory default enable
Alarm memory reset on disarm
STAY indicator for day alarm
Digit 3 for codepad duress alarm
Siren and strobe output in STAY
Speaker beep volume
[494.2]
[494.1]
[492.2]
[176.1]
[176.2]
[176.3]
[179.2]
5 Wireless
6 System option
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[2500]
[900]
[497.4]
[496.4]
[498.2]
[498.3]
[491]
1
2
3
4
5
6
[466]
[468]
[470]
[472]
[476]
[478]
[481]
[482]
[486]
Silent codepad panic alarm
Silent codepad fire alarm
Silent codepad medical alarm
Codepad access denied silent
Codepad fault beep enable
Codepad display off after 60s
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
[493.1]
[493.2]
[493.3]
[493.4]
[498.1]
[497.1]
RF receiver
Zone RFID and input option
Keyfob RFID
Repeater RFID
RF supervision time
RF jam sensitivity
RF RECE jam/tamper siren alarm
RFKF button4 arm in STAY1
RF arm/disarm strobe indicator
[395]
[1820]
[1500]
[1980]
[393]
[394]
[396.2]
[492.4]
[492.3]
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4
Zone
1 Zone config
25
[267]
2 Zone allocate
[502]
3 Zone name
[2536]
4 Day alarm zone
[265]
5 STAY2 zone
6 EOL resistor
[381]
[266]
7 Zone state report [392]
1
2
3
4
5
9 Zone option
5
Area
1 Codepad area [518]
1 Onboard output
[498.4]
[396.3]
[492.1]
[494.3]
[494.4]
[436]
2 Codepad output [460]
3 Extend output
[646]
1 Siren run time
[479]
[480]
2 Siren sound rate
3 Siren sound on RF receiver fail [396.1]
4 Siren config
7
Comm
Silent zone tamper alarm
Unseal RF zone that failed monitor
Bosch Smart Lockout enable
Zone pulse count handover enable
Handover delay in order
1 Arm/disarm all areas once [501.2]
2 Reset siren from any area [500.3]
2 Area option
6
Output
[379]
[380]
1 Siren swing shutdown count
2 Report swing shutdown count
8 Swing shutdown
1 Receiver config
1 Network module
2 A-Link/RSC password
2 Network config
[81]
[83]
3 Report config
4 Comm option 1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Ring count
Report function enable
Exit A-Link connection on alarm
System status report option
Use bell-103 for FSK format
DTMF dial pulse to 1 digit/sec
Set up domestic dialing format
[175]
[177.1]
[180.3]
[427]
[177.4]
[179.1]
[*]
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
5 Comm option 2
8
Parameter
1 Address program
2 Address auto step
3 Adapter
1 Test adapter
2 Read adapter
3 Write adapter
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
First phone number
Second phone number
Transmit format
Subscriber ID number
IP destination
CSVIP user name and password
STAY mode arm/disarm rpt enable
Arm/disarm rpt only if alarmed
First disarm/last arm report
Arm/disarm report option
Codepad report option
Test report time and interval
Test report only when armed
Test report on siren reset
Test report option
Telco arming sequence
Telco disarming sequence
Delay alarm report time
Kiss-off wait time
Delay siren until transmit over
Extend wait for handshake
Upload/download enable
Callback phone number request
Callback phone number
[0, 40]
[16, 56]
[33, 73]
[34, 74]
[1000, 12000]
[1100, 1300]
[178.2]
[178.1]
[500.1]
[403]
[411]
[428, 434]
[496.1]
[496.2]
[435]
[113]
[143]
[474]
[490]
[178.3]
[178.4]
[180.1]
[180.2]
[159]
* Command to Set
Address
Command
33
4
34 - 39
000001
392, 403, 427
2
424
6
428 - 431
00
434, 435
01
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User Menu
User
Passcode
1
2
3
4
1 Arm
1
Command
Away arm
Stay1 arm
Stay2 arm
Away arm all
1 Fault analysis
2 Event recall
2 Inquire
1
2
3
5
6
7
9
3 System
1
2
3
4
5
5 Test
6 Zone bypass
7 Output on/off
2
Access
Warning device
Bell test
Strobe test
Walk test
Test report
Set date and time
Day alarm
Arm/disarm seq.
Modem call init.
Domestic phone
Version display
System reset
2 User code [185]
4 User property
1 User name
[2920]
5 Wireless
3 Keyfob RFID
[1500]
6 System option
1 Home message
[2500]
3
System
3 Zone name [2536]
4
Zone
4.1.5
5 STAY2 zone [381]
All - No PIN menu
Press [-] to enter the general menu.
All
(No Passcode)
2 Inquire
1
Command
3 System
5 Test
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2 Day alarm
5 Modem call init.
1
2
3
5
Horn speaker
Bell test
Strobe test
Test report
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RADION keyfobs
RADION keyfob allow you to arm or disarm the security system, or send a panic alarm. The
control panels support two RADION keyfob models, RFKF-FB and RFKF-TB, that communicate
with the control panel using the RADION receiver SD. On the four-button version, two option
buttons are user-defined to perform additional functions. To operate these buttons, simply
press and hold either button for at least one sec in order for the desired feature to work.
Panic alarm
The keyfob sends a panic code to your monitoring company if your security system is
programmed to do so. Press both the lock and unlock buttons simultaneously for more than
600 milliseconds to send a panic alarm.
LED indicator
The LED flashes to indicate a signal was sent to your security system.
Keyswitches
Connect the keyswitch to any zone programmed as keyswitch (refer to Location 267 for
example). Program Keyswitch Zone Options (refer to Location 270 for example).
When the Zone Type is programmed as keyswitch, Zone Options 1 replaces Keyswitch Zone
Options. A keyswitch zone can arm/disarm or momentary arm/disarm the area in STAY Mode 1
or AWAY Mode as configured. A keyswitch zone can only arm/disarm the area it belongs to. Its
Z1 COM Z2
zone number is reported as a user code number.
2
1
Wiring diagram for keyswitch zone
1 - EOL
2 – Keyswitch (momentary/toggle)
Z1 COM Z2
4.3
2
1
Wiring diagram for keyswitch zone using split EOL with tamper
1 – EOL
2 – Keyswitch (momentary/toggle)
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B308 Octo-output Module
The B308 Octo-output Module is a supervised device that provides 8 programmable outputs
(Form C relays) and connects to control panels through the SDI2 bus. Each output provides
dry contact switching rated for a maximum of 1.0 A at 24 VDC. The outputs are accessed
through on-board screw terminal connections. The address switches are used to set the
module’s SDI2 address. Control panel programming determines each output’s response to
specific events. The B308 receives serial data from the control panel and activates outputs in
response to control panel conditions and settings. Outputs can be programmed for remote
control from a control panel codepad or computer (A-Link) or smartphone application (RSC).
Set the address
Two address switches determine the address for the B308 Octo-output Module. The control
panel uses the address for communications. Use a slotted screwdriver to set the two address
switches. Set the address switches per the control panel configuration.
The module’s address switches provide a tens and ones value for the module’s address. Set
the tens switch to 0 and the ones digit 1.
Notice!
The module reads the address switch setting only during power up. If you change the
switches after you apply power to the module, you must cycle the power to the module in
order for the new setting to be enabled.
Install the module
After you set the address switches for the proper address, install the module in the enclosure.
Mount the module into the enclosure’s 3-hole mounting pattern using the supplied mounting
screws and mounting bracket.
Notice!
Remove all power (AC and battery) before making any connections. Failure to do so might
result in personal injury and/or equipment damage.
Wire to the control panel
When you wire the module to a control panel, use the module’s terminal strip labeled with
PWR, A, B, and COM.
LED descriptions
The module includes one blue heartbeat LED to indicate that the module has power and to
indicate the module’s current state.
Flash pattern
Function
Flashes once every 1 second
Indicates normal operation state.
3 quick flashes every 1 second
Indicates the module is in a “no communication” state
resulting in an SDI2 communication error.
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Function
ON steady
A trouble condition is prohibiting the module from
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controlling the heartbeat LED.
OFF steady
Module is not powered or some other trouble condition is
prohibiting the module from controlling the heartbeat LED.
4.5
WE800EV2
The WE800EV2 is designed to provide a convenient ON/OFF control for the Solution
2000/3000 series control panel. Provision is also made for the control of up to two (2)
external devices via on-board relays.
Install the module
1.
Remove the small knockout in the Solution 2000/3000 control panel for the antenna and
insert the supplied rubber grommet.
2.
Install the WE800EV2 PCB in the control panel with the top of the PCB in the slot
provided at the top of the case and secure with the provided screw at the bottom of the
PCB.
3.
Thread the antenna wire through the grommet into the “ANT” terminal.
Wire to the control panel
Connect the 3 pin plug to the jumper labeled WE800 on the control panel. Note that the
connector will only install one way. If the relays are to be used, a wire will need to be
connected from the +12V terminal on the WE800EV2 to a +12 terminal on the control panel.
Add/delete keyfobs
Notice!
When purchasing a WE800EV2 kit, the keyfobs supplied are already learned to the WE800EV2
with both relays set for momentary operation. If a different relay set-up is required, delete the
keyfobs, then add them back again.
To add keyfobs:
1.
Press the Learn/Delete switch once. Note that the LED will flash rapidly.
2.
Press the button on the keyfob to be learned that corresponds to the desired relay
function.
Button 1 – Both outputs momentary
Button 2 – Output 1 toggling. Output 2 momentary.
Button 3 – Output 2 toggling. Output 1 momentary.
Button 4 – Both outputs toggling
3.
Repeat for additional key fobs.
4.
Press the Learn/Delete button when finished adding key fobs to complete the process.
To delete keyfobs:
Press and hold the Learn/Delete switch. Note that the LED will light and then extinguish after
4 seconds. The EEPROM is now erased. Individual keyfob deletion is not possible.
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B810 receiver
The B810 is a wireless receiver that connects RADION wireless peripherals such as the motion
detectors, keyfobs, panic buttons, repeaters, and more, to supported Bosch control panels
using the SDI2 Bus connection.
For more information, refer to the installation and operation manuals for this product.
4.7
RADION repeater
RADION repeater receives transmissions from RADION transmitters and re-transmits them to
improve transmitted message reliability and range for compatible transmitters and its
assigned compatible receiver.
For more information, refer to the installation and operation guides for this product.
4.8
RADION detectors
For more information regarding the sensors supported by the ICP-SOL3-P, refer to the
installation and operation manuals for the B810 wireless receiver.
4.9
A-Link Plus Software
You can program or control the Solution 2000/3000 control panels remotely using A-Link plus
Software. This software allows you to change your customer’s control panel without leaving
your office, which improves customer service and saves you time and money. For locations
where a control panel is installed hundreds of kilometers from your office, the Upload/
Download feature is invaluable.
A-Link plus software running in windows 7 OS: When selecting the control panel type during
the setup of a new customer database in the A-Link plus Software, the software version is v4.5
and the control panel type is Solution 2000 or Solution 3000.
When you add a new customer in the A-Link plus Software, the “A-Link/RSC password” must
match the values programmed in the control panel for synchronization during connection to
the control panel. If this location does not match those of the control panel, the software and
the control panel cannot be synchronized.
Minimum System Requirements
System Component
Minimum Requirement
Processor
Intel PIII 1.5 GHz or higher
Operating System
Microsoft Windows 7
Hard Drive Free Space
At least 4GB
Memory
At least 256 MB
Mouse
Windows compatible mouse
Video
Standard VGA monitor capable of supporting
a resolution of 1024x768 or higher.
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Install A-Link Plus
A-Link Plus uses an installation wizard to simplify the installation process.
1.
Select Start>Run.
2.
At the prompt, type X:\setup.exe.
3.
"X" = the drive letter assigned to the drive where the setup.exe file is located.
4.
The Select Language dialog opens. Select the language you wish to install A-Link Plus in.
Click Next.
Figure 4.1:
5.
When the Welcome dialog opens, click Next.
Figure 4.2:
6.
The Destination Folder dialog opens. Click Next to install A-Link Plus in the default
location, or click Change to install A-Link Plus in a different location.
Figure 4.3:
7.
The ReadytoInstalltheProgramdialog opens. Click Installto start the installation, or click
Backto change the installation setup.
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1.
The installation wizard installs A-Link Plus.
2.
When the installation is complete, the InstallShieldWizardCompleteddialog opens. To
start A-Link Plus immediately, click the Launchtheprogrambox. Then click Finish.
1.
The installation is now complete, and A-Link Plus is ready to use. For instructions on
using A-Link Plus, refer to the A-Link Plus User Guide.
4.9.1
Connect to the control panel remotely
The remote connect feature allows you to establish a connection through the modem or
network from your computer to Solution 2000/3000 control panels.
To set the control panel so the client controls when a remote connection is established:
Configure the control panel so that a remote connection can be established only when the
client initiates it through the remote codepad.
1.
Program the Call Back Telephone Number in Locations 159 to 174.
2.
Disable Option 1 in Location 180.
To dial the remote computer:
Press and hold [6] until two beeps sound on the remote codepad.
Modem Connection without Callback Verification
Remote connect without callback verification is useful if you must perform Upload/Download
functions from multiple locations.
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Notice!
Reduced security
Using the modem connection without callback verification feature reduces the security of the
control panel.
There are two methods to disable callback verification.
Method One
Method one allows you to call the control panel from any remote location without the control
panel calling back to the computer to establish a link. When using this method, the customer
cannot initiate a modem call by holding down [6].
To program method one:
1.
Program Locations 159 to 174 for the Call Back Telephone Number to 15.
2.
Select Option 1 and disable Option 2 in Location 180.
The control panel allows a connection of the first call without calling the remote computer
back.
Method Two
Method two allows you to program a callback telephone number so that the customer can still
initiate a modem call when required. When you call the control panel from a remote location
using the computer, the control panel does not call back the remote computer to establish a
link.
To program method two:
1.
Program the Call Back Telephone Number in Locations 159 to 174
2.
Select Option 1 and disable Option 2 in Location 180
The control panel allows a connection of the first call without calling back the remote
computer to make contact. It allows the customer to initiate a modem call by holding down
[6].
Modem Connection with Callback Verification
Remote connect with callback verification offers the highest degree of data security by
incorporating a two-level security check.
To program the control panel for remote connection with callback verification:
1.
Program the Call Back Telephone Number in Locations 159 to 174.
2.
Select Options 1 and 2 in Location.
Answering Machine Bypass Connection
Answering Machine Bypass allows a connection with the control panel for remote control or
Upload/Download when an answering machine or facsimile machine is on the same telephone
line.
To program Answer Machine Bypass Connection:
1.
Connect the Modem to the computer.
2.
Program A-Link plus Option in location 180 as 1.
3.
Program Ring Count in location 175 as 14 or 15.
4.
On the A-Link Plus Customer Information screen, select Answer Machine Bypass and set
Modem Dial Time and Dial Interval.
Modem Dial Time is from the start of the first call to the end of the first call.
Dial Interval is from the end of the first call to the start of the second call.
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Notice!
Setting or not setting a callback number does not affect Answer Machine Bypass connection.
Network Connection with IP
Use the IP connect feature to program a Solution 2000/3000 control panel using a portable
computer. Telephone lines and modems are not required necessary.
To program the network connection with IP:
1.
Connect a B426 network module to the control panel using the SDI2 bus.
2.
Program location 81 as 1, but do not config network module 1. It is not necessary to
program Location 180. The IP connect feature ignores this option.
3.
From the B426 screen, set Web and Automation security as Enable.
4.
From the A-Link Plus Customer Information screen, enter the full control panel IP address
and control panel port number for the B426.
Network Connection with Domain Name
Use the Domain Name connect feature as another method to program the Solution 2000/3000
control panel using a portable computer.
To program the network connection with Domain Name:
1.
Connect the B426 network module to the control panel using the SDI2 bus.
2.
Program location 81 as 1, but do not config network module 1.
3.
From the B426 screen, set Web and Automation security as Enable.
From the A-Link Plus Customer Information screen, enter the full control panel IP address, the
domain name, for example: Test123.BOSCH.com, and the full control panel port number for
the B426.
4.9.2
Options
Options for
Description
location 180
1
Upload/download allowed
2
Callback phone number required for upload/download
4
Exit from upload/download connection on alarm
8
Reserved
When programming the locations, select options from the table above. Select options in any
combination by programming a single value. Calculate this value by adding the option bit
numbers together. For example, to program options 1 and 4, set the option as 5. To program
only option 1, set the option as 1.
1 – Upload/download allowed
Select this option to use the A-Link plus Software to program the control panel remotely. The
control panel does not respond to the A-Link plus Software if this option is not selected.
2 – Callback phone number required for upload/download
If this option is selected and a callback telephone number is programmed, the remote
programming computer must be connected to the telephone line programmed in the callback
telephone number in locations 159 to 174.
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If this option is not selected, the installer can connect to a control panel from any remote
location for Upload/Download operations without the control panel calling back to the remote
computer. The user can initiate a modem call from the codepad by holding down [6].
4 – Exit from upload/download connection on alarmExit from upload/download connection
on alarm
If an alarm occurs when the control panel is communicating with a remote computer using ALink Plus, the A-Link session is terminated and the relevant alarm message is transmitted to
the base station receiver.
If an alarm occurs that does not have to be reported to the base station receiver, the session
is not terminated.
4.9.3
Communicating with the B426/B450
PC/A-Link
Solu on 2000/3000 Panel
Internet
Router
B426 -1
Switcher
B450-2
GPRS
The configuration diagram above is an example of using B426 as network module 1 and B450
as network module 2. The wiring diagram is shown in above picture. “B426-1” means the
rotary address switch of B426 is set to 1; “B450-2” means the rotary address switch of B450
is set to 2.
There are 9 steps to configure the communication platform of A-Link, B426, B450 and a
Solution 2000/3000 control panel from factory default values.
Install Tera term
Install Tera Term from the B450 CD. A-Link Plus is used to configure parameters of the control
panel and network module. Tera Term is used to access the USB menu of B450.
Program the module address using the codepad
1.
Enter the Installer passcode (the default is 1234) and press [#] to enter Installer’s
Programming Mode.
2.
Press [8][1] to access the Address Program menu.
3.
To reset the parameters to default values, press [9][6][1][#] then press [9][6][0][#]. The
control panel returns to the main interface and restores all of the parameters to factory
default values.
4.
Enter the Installer passcode (the default is 1234) and press [#] to enter Installer’s
Programming Mode. Press [7][2][1] to access the Network Module menu. Set the two
modules to 1 – Used, Not Config.
5.
Continue to press [-] until you return to Confirm to Save Parameter Changes.
6.
Press [#] to save changes.
Configure the B426 network module
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1.
Power off the control panel.
2.
Set the B426 rotary address switch to 9.
3.
Remove the jumper for Tamper and install the jumper for Mode.
4.
Change the computer network address to 169.254.1.2.
5.
Connect the B426 to the computer with a network cable.
6.
Power on the control panel.
Configure for the web
1.
From Internet Explorer on the computer, go to http://169.254.1.1. The B426 Login
interface opens. Enter password “B42V2” to access the B426 configuration web interface.
2.
Click Factory Default, then click OK to confirm.
3.
Click Encryption and Security Settings.
4.
Change Web and Automation Security to Enable, then click OK to confirm.
5.
Click Maintenance.
6.
Change Web Access Enable to Yes,
7.
Change Panel Programming Enable to Enable, then click OK to confirm.
8.
Click Save and Execute, then click OK to save the changes.
9.
Click Logout to log out of the web configuration interface.
10. Power off the control panel.
Restore connection
1.
Change the computer network address to its previous value.
2.
Remove the cable from the B426 to the computer, and restore the connection in the
diagram.
3.
Remove the Mode jumper, and install the Tamper jumper.
4.
Turn the rotary address switch to “1”.
Reset the B450/B442 modules to factory default
If the parameters of the B450/B442 are already set to their factory default values, skip the
steps below and go to the next set of steps in Configure A-Link Plus.
1.
Power off the control panel.
2.
Set the rotary address switch of the B450 to “0”; remove the Tamper jumper.
3.
Connect the B450 to the computer with a male to male USB cable.
4.
Power on the control panel.
5.
Wait until the heartbeat LED on the B450 flashes 3 times per second and the status LED
on the B442 flashes 1 time per second. The flashing indicates the startup process has
completed.
6.
Open the “Tera Term” software on the computer and select the serial port named B450
Config Interface.
7.
Enter the B450 USB menu interface. Press [ENTER].
8.
Enter passcode “B450”. The main menu opens.
9.
Enter “5” to select Reset To Factory Default. At the message “Are you sure (Y to default, N
to exit)”, input “Y” to confirm. The interface returns to the main menu.
10. Enter “8” to confirm Save and Exit. Turn off the Tera term.
11. Power off the control panel.
12. Install the Tamper jumper and turn the rotary address switch to 2.
13. Power on the control panel.
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Access your router’s web interface and find the IP address of the B426, e.g.
“192.168.226.127”. You can input the B426 IP address https://192.168.226.127 in your
PC IE to check some B426 parameters, notice the protocol is “https” not “http”.
2.
Open A-Link Plus. Enter “admin” (lower case) as operator, “ADMIN” (all capitals) as
password.
3.
Click File > Communication Setting and select the Local IP Address of your computer.
Enter the local port number.
4.
Add a new customer, then open the customer interface.
5.
Enter the customer information, and the Control Panel IP Address you found in step 1,
e.g. “192.168.226.127”.
6.
Enter 7700 in the Control Panel Port field.
7.
Open the Control Panel Configuration menu. Select Solution 2000 or Solution 3000
according to your control panel type.
8.
Open the Link menu. Select Network Connect (TCP/IP SSL) and click Connect. A-Link
tries to connect to the control panel using the B426. A-Link is connected to the control
panel when the Connect button changes to Disconnect.
Connect A-Link Plus to the control panel using the B426
1.
Click Upload from Control Panel. A-Link reads the parameters from the control panel and
displays the parameter value differences between the A-Link database and the control
panel database in a dialog box. There should be different parameters for “Network
Module 1” and “Network Module 2”.
2.
Click “Yes” to replace the parameter values in A-Link with the parameter values in the
control panel.
3.
Open the Control Panel Configuration menu and access the Solution2000/3000
configuration interface. Select Network Module Programming. Change the parameters for
Module 1 and Module 2 as indicated in the following table:
Parameter
Module 1
Basic Network Settings
Enter the B426 IP address,
Module 2
example:192.168.226.127
Mail Information
Change the parameters for
Change the parameters for
the sending mailbox if you set the sending mailbox if you set
Maintenance > Web Access
the Email receiver.
the Email receiver.
Enable
Enable
Enable
Primary Network Information
Enter the point name for your
> Primary Network Access
GPRS server
Point Name
Return to the Link menu and reconnect the control panel. Click Download to Control Panel to
complete the process.
Check the parameters in the control panel to verify the parameter value changes were
successfully downloaded.
Configure the control panel with a codepad:
1.
Enter the Installer passcode (the default is 1234) and press [#] to enter Installer’s
Programming Mode.
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Press [7][2][1] to access the Network Module menu.
3.
Set both modules to 2 – Used, Config.
4.
Continue to press [-] until you return to Confirm to Save Parameter Changes.
5.
Press [#] to save the changes.
6.
Power off the control panel, then power it back on.
7.
Press [7][2][1] to return to the Network Module menu.
8.
Set both modules to 1 – Used, Not Config.
9.
Continue to press [-] until you return to Confirm to Save Parameter Changes.
10. Press [#] to save the changes.
4.10
B426 Conettix Ethernet Communication Modules
The B426 Conettix Ethernet Communication Module is a four-wire powered SDI, SDI2, or
Option bus device that provides two-way communication with compatible control panels over
IPv4 or IPv6 Ethernet networks.
Typical applications include:
–
Reporting and path supervision to a Conettix Communications Receiver/Gateway.
–
Remote administration and control with A-Link Plus or our Remote Security Control
application for handheld devices.
–
Connection to building automation and integration applications.
The B426 is built for a wide variety of secure commercial and industrial applications. Flexible
end-to-end path supervision, AES encryption, and anti-substitution features make B426
desirable for high security and fire monitoring applications. It is capable as a stand-alone path
or it can be used in conjunction with another communication technology. For Fire Monitoring
applications, the B426 meets UL864 and NFPA72 standards for Single Communication
Technology with approved Bosch control panels.
4.11
B450 Conettix Plug-in Communicator Interfaces
The B450 Conettix Plug-in Communicator Interface is a four-wire powered SDI2, SDI, or option
bus device that provides two-way communication with compatible control panels over
commercial cellular networks using a plug-in communicator (available separately).
Use the B450 in combination with a plug-in communicator for primary or backup alarm
communication, remote control panel programming and other remote applications. The B450
supports Conettix IP protocol with full authentication, 256 bit AES encryption and resistance
to Denial of Service attacks. Use the B450 to add cellular network communications to existing
or new commercial security and fire installations.
Switch addressing
Use the address switch to assign a bus address or setup for USB or SMS configuration where
required. The address switch allows bus address selection.
Configuration
For most installations, the default B450 settings allow installation with no device programming
required. For customized network settings, the B450 supports a USB configuration menu, or
configuration via SMS.
When the B450 is running in version 3 compatibility mode, it reports its module type as a
B426. Networking parameters can be configured using A-Link. When the cellular specific
parameters need to be modified, use USB or SMS to configure the module directly.
When the B450 is running in version 4 compatibility mode, it reports its own product type.
Both networking parameters and cellular specific parameters can be configured using A-Link.
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LEDs
Three LEDs provide status and troubleshooting information about the module and its
connection.
LED
Heartbeat
Description
Indicates the system status of the B450 and its connection to the
control panel.
RX
Indicates when an inbound packet is received on the bus.
TX
Indicates when an outbound packet is transmitted on the bus.
Mounting considerations
Find a location with acceptable signal strength on your wireless network. Mount the B450
Conettix Plug-in Communicator Interface into the interior of a compatible enclosure via the 3hole mounting pattern using the supplied mounting screws.
Wiring considerations
The B450 connects to a control panel using a data bus connection via the module’s terminal
strip, or the module’s interconnect wiring connectors.
For data bus powered installations outside the compatible control panel enclosure, follow the
maximum wiring distances in the technical specifications. For further installations power from
a compatible auxiliary power supply.
4.12
Using the network communication modules
Location 81 enables/disables the external network module 1.
Location 82 enables/disables the external network module 2.
If with text codepad, go to menu 721 Network Module to enable/disable the network module.
When the value of the location above is 0, the external network module is disabled
accordingly.
When the value is 1, the corresponding network module is enabled, but the control panel
won't configure parameters of network module.
When the value is 2, the corresponding network module is enabled, and the control panel will
configure the relevant parameters to network module.
Location 81
Location 82 Reports to
Reports to
Will control panel configure
Receiver 1
Receiver 2
parameters of Network
Module?
Value = 0
Value = 0
No report will be sent by
No
network module.
Value = 1
Value = 0
Sent by network module1
No
Value = 2
Value = 0
Value = 1
Value = 1
Value = 1
Value = 2
Value = 2
Value = 1
Configure Network 1
Value = 2
Value = 2
Configure Both Network
Configure Network Module 1
Sent by
Sent by
network
network
module 1
module 2
No
Configure Network Module 2
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Location 82 Reports to
Reports to
Will control panel configure
Receiver 1
Receiver 2
parameters of Network
Module?
Value = 0
Value = 1
Invalid Setting
Value = 2
TF008 Plug Pack (TF008-B)
4.13
The ICP-SOL2-P/ICP-SOL3-P control panels use a TF008 plug pack.
The plug pack includes built-in thermal fuses that blow during overload or fault conditions to
eliminate a possible fire threat due to excessive heat buildup inside the casing.
The plug pack incorporates a three-wire flying lead that enables a MAINS earth connection
between the equipment and the plug pack. This connection might be required for lightning
protection on equipment connected to phone lines or for safety reasons such as earthing of
metal enclosures.
4.13.1
Install the transformer
Caution!
!
Do not short-circuit the terminals of the transformer: Shorting the terminals opens the
internal fuse, causing permanent failure. Connect the transformer to the 18-22 VAC terminals
of the control panel before plugging it into the power source.
Notice!
Plan Ahead
Route telephone, SDI2 bus wiring, and sensor loop wiring away from any AC conductors,
including the transformer wire. AC wiring can induce noise and low level voltage into adjacent
wiring.
1.
Use 18 AWG (1.02 mm) wire minimum (12 AWG [2 mm] maximum) and connect the
transformer to the control panel. Make the wire length as short as possible. Do not
exceed 50 ft (15 m).
4.14
2.
Connect the wire to the control panel.
3.
Connect the wire to the transformer.
4.
Plug the transformer into the power outlet.
Remote Security Control
Remote Security Certificate Builder (RSCB) is an account management utility for Microsoft
Windows operating systems. It is designed to create certificates granting permissions to users
to access specific control panels with Remote Security Control (RSC), which is a utility for
Android and Apple iOS devices.
Downloading the installation files:
1.
Go to the Bosch website (us.boschsecurity.com).
2.
Click on the Products tab and select Intrusion Alarm Systems.
3.
On the right side of the page, under Online Tools, click the Remote Security Certificate
Builder link.
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After reviewing the required prerequisites, click Install.
5.
Save the install file to your computer hard drive.
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The Remote Security Certificate Builder link also includes the documentation needed to
install, configure, and use RSCB and the RSC application.
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Configuration
5.1
Installer Commands
There are nine commands in Installer’s Programming Mode. To issue a command, enter the
command number and press [#].
Command
Description
958
Exit from Installer’s Programming Mode without saving changes
959
Test IUI-SOL-ADAPTER
960
Exit from Installer’s Programming Mode with saving changes and system
reset
961
Reset the control panel to factory defaults
962
Copy the control panel memory to IUI-SOL-ADAPTER
963
Copy IUI-SOL-ADAPTER data to the control panel memory
965
Set up domestic dialing format
966
Enable/disable the automatic stepping of locations during programming
999
Display the software version number
Table 5.1: Installer’s Programming Commands
5.1.1
Command 958 - Exit from Installer's Programming Mode without saving
changes
This command exits from Installer’s Programming Mode. You can exit from Installer’s
Programming Mode from any location.
To exit from Installer’s Programming Mode:
Enter [9 6 0 #]. The system returns to the disarmed state. When using the remote codepad,
the STAY and AWAY indicators are extinguished.
5.1.2
Command 959 - Test the IUI-SOL-ADAPTER
This command initiates a test of the direct link adapter. You can only use the IUI-SOLADAPTER Direct Link Adapter with the control panel.
The direct link adapter test is non-destructive, and any data in the direct link adapter remains
after the test is completed. One long beep indicates that the direct link adapter test failed.
Two beeps indicates a successful test.
If you remove the direct link adapter before the test is finished, the direct link adapter data
becomes corrupt. Do not remove the direct link adapter while the activity LED is lit or pulsing
rapidly.
To test the direct link adapter:
1. Enter the Installer Code (the default is 1234) and press [#] to enter Installer’s
Programming Mode. Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY indicators flash on the
remote codepad to indicate you entered Installer’s Programming Mode. The remote
codepad displays the data stored in Location 0000.
2.
Connect the direct link adapter to the Bosch SDI2 Bus pins at the bottom of the control
panel printed circuit board.
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Enter [9 5 9 #]. Two beeps sound after a successful test of the direct link adapter. A long
beep indicates that the direct link adapter data is corrupt and must be erased to clear the
corrupt data.
4.
Enter [9 6 0 #] to exit from Installer’s Programming Mode. The STAY and AWAY indicators
are extinguished on the codepad and the system returns to the disarmed remote state.
5.
Remove the direct link adapter from the control panel. Failure to exit from Installer’s
Programming Mode before removing the direct link adapter can corrupt the data in the
direct link adapter.
5.1.3
Command 960 - Save and exit from Installer's Programming Mode
This command saves and exits from Installer’s Programming Mode. You can exit from
Installer’s Programming Mode from any location.
To exit from Installer’s Programming Mode:
Enter [9 6 0 #]. The system returns to the disarmed state. When using the remote codepad,
the STAY and AWAY indicators are extinguished.
5.1.4
Command 961 - Reset the Control Panel to Factory Default Settings
This command resets the control panel to factory default values. You can reset the control
panel from any location.
To reset the control panel to factory defaults:
1. Enter the Installer Code (the default is 1234) and press [#] to enter Installer’s
Programming Mode. Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY indicators flash on the
remote codepad to indicate that you entered Installer’s Programming Mode. The remote
codepad displays the data stored in Location 0000.
2.
5.1.5
Enter [9 6 1 #]. Two beeps sound and the system is reset to the factory default values.
Command 962 - Copy the Control Panel Memory to the IUI-SOL-ADAPTER
This command copies the control panel memory to the direct link adapter. You can only use
the IUI-SOL-ADAPTER Direct Link Adapter with the control panel.
To copy the control panel memory to the direct link adapter:
1. Enter the Installer Code (the default is 1234) and press [#] to enter Installer’s
Programming Mode. Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY indicators flash on the
remote codepad to indicate you entered Installer’s Programming Mode. The remote
codepad displays the data stored in Location 0000.
2.
Connect the direct link adapter to the Bosch SDI2 Bus pins at the bottom of the control
panel printed circuit board.
3.
Enter [9 6 2 #].Two beeps sound after the control panel memory is successfully copied to
the direct link adapter. A long beep indicates that the direct link adapter is corrupt and
must be erased to clear the corrupt data.
4.
Enter command [9 6 0 #] to exit from Installer’s Programming Mode. The STAY and AWAY
5.
Remove the direct link adapter from the control panel. Failure to exit from Installer’s
indicators are extinguished on the remote codepad to indicate the system is disarmed.
Programming Mode before removing the direct link adapter can corrupt the direct link
adapter.
5.1.6
Command 963 - Copy the IUI-SOL-ADAPTER to the Control Panel
This command copies data from the direct link adapter to the control panel. You can only use
the IUI-SOL-ADAPTER Direct Link Adapter only with the control panel.
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To copy the direct link adapter memory to the control panel:
1. Enter the Installer Code (the default is 1234) and press [#] to enter Installer’s
Programming Mode. Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY indicators flash on the
remote codepad to indicate you entered Installer’s Programming Mode. The remote
codepad displays the data stored in Location 0000.
2.
Connect the direct link adapter to the Bosch SDI2 Bus pins at the bottom of the control
panel printed circuit board.
3.
Enter [9 6 3 #]. Two beeps sound after the direct link adapter’s data is successfully
copied to the control panel. A long beep indicates that the direct link adapter is corrupt
and must be erased to clear the corrupt data.
4.
Enter [9 6 0 #] to exit from Installer’s Programming Mode. The STAY and AWAY indicators
are extinguished on the remote codepad to indicate the system is disarmed.
5.
Remove the direct link adapter from the control panel Failure to exit from Installer’s
Programming Mode before removing the direct link adapter can corrupt the direct link
adapter.
5.1.7
Command 965 - Set up Domestic Dialing Format
Command 965 simplifies the setup of the domestic dialing format to a one-step operation.
To set up domestic dialing format:
1. Enter the Installer Code (the default is 1234) and press [#] to enter Installer’s
Programming Mode. Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY indicators flash on the
remote codepad to indicate you entered Installer’s Programming Mode. If on a text
codepad, go to menu 81 Address Program. The remote codepad displays the data Mode.
The remote codepad displays the data stored in Location 0000.
2.
Enter [9 6 5 #]. The command automatically sets Receiver 1 to domestic reporting and
sets other locations or Receiver 2 only (refer to the table Command 965 Defaults below).
No other locations are changed when you issue command 965.
3.
If on a text codepad, enter the Installer Code (the default is (1234) and press [#] to enter
Installer’s Programming Mode. Go to menu 747 Set Up Domestic Dialing Format, then
save and exit.
The transmission format is automatically set for domestic dialing and the Subscriber ID
Number set for one identification beep. All reports, except Zone Status reporting and System
Status reporting, are allocated to Receiver 1 for domestic dialing.
Zone Status Reports including Zone Bypass, Zone Trouble, Sensor Watch, and Alarm Restore
codes, and System Status Reports including AUX Power Supply Fail, AC Fail, Low Battery, and
Access Denied Reports are allocated to Receiver 2 and do not report unless Receiver 2 is also
set up to report.
Location
Description
Default Value
Setting
033
Transmission Format
4
Domestic
034 and 039
Subscriber ID Number
0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1
1 Beep
392
Zone Status Reporting Options
2
Receiver 2 only
403
Arm/Disarm Reporting Options
2
Receiver 2 only
424
System Status – Access Denied
6
Access Denied
427
System Status Reporting Options
2
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Description
Default Value
Setting
428 to 431,
Test Report Time
0, 0, 0, 0, 0
Test Reports
Test Reporting Options
1
Receiver 1 only
45
434
435
Table 5.2: Command 965 Defaults
5.1.8
Command 966 - Enable/Disable the Automatic Stepping of Locations
This command allows the automatic stepping of locations when programming in Installer’s
Programming Mode.
Programming with the remote codepad provides no visual indication that Auto Step Mode is
enabled.
To enable the automatic stepping of locations:
1. Enter the Installer Code (default = 1234) and press [#] to enter Installer’s Programming
Mode. Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY indicators flash on the remote codepad
to indicate you entered Installer’s Programming Mode. The remote codepad displays the
data stored in Location 000.
2.
Enter [9 6 6 #]. Two beeps sound.
To disable the automatic stepping of locations:
Enter [9 6 6 #]. Two beeps sound.
Example (Auto Step Enabled)
To enter the Primary Telephone Number 02 (pause) 9672 1055 when auto step is enabled:
1.
Press [0 #]. You are positioned at Location 000 (the Primary Telephone Number for
Receiver 1).
2.
Program the number by pressing: [10 * 2 * 13 * 9 * 6 * 7 * 2 * 1 * 10 * 5 * 5 * 0*]
Example (Auto Step Disabled)
To enter the Primary Telephone Number 02 (pause) 9672 1055 when auto step is disabled:
Press [0 #].
You are positioned at Location 000 (the Primary Telephone Number for Receiver 1).
To program the number, press:
[10 * # 2 * # 13 * # 9 * # 6 * # 7 * # 2 * # 1 * # 10 *# 5 * # 5 * # 0 *]
5.1.9
Command 999 - Display the Software Version Number
When using the remote codepad, this command displays the version of the control panel.
To display the software version number:
1. Enter the Installer Code (the default is 1234) and press [#] to enter Installer’s
Programming Mode. If you are using the remote codepad, the STAY and AWAY indicators
flash to indicate you entered Installer’s Programming Mode.
2.
Enter [9 9 9 #]. Two beeps sound. If you are using the remote codepad, the codepad
lights a zone indicator corresponding to the software version. (Example: version 1.0.0, in
location from 999 to 997 shows as 100.)
3.
Press [#] to exit from this command and return to the Installer’s Programming Mode.
4.
Enter [9 6 0 #] to exit from Installer's Programming Mode. The system returns to the
disarmed state. If you are using the remote codepad, the STAY and AWAY indicators are
extinguished to indicate the system is disarmed.
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Disable Factory Defaults
This feature prevents the control panel from manually restoring the default settings by the
default button and prevents the use of a programming key to automatically download to the
control panel when the system is disarmed.
Item
Location
Option
Defaul
New
t
Default Options
0900
0 = Button Factory Default Enable
0
15 = Button Factory Default Disabled
Enter the default setting of 0 for Location 900 to restore the control panel to its default
settings. Enter15 for Location 900 to restrict the ability to restore the control panel to its
default settings and to require the Installer Code for future control panel programming.
If the Installer Code is unknown, you must restore the control panel to your Bosch distributor
for exchange. A nominal fee applies for this service.
Notice!
The use of this feature is not recommended.
If you are required to disable the ability restore the control panel to its default settings, a
special procedure eliminates the possibility of accidentally setting this option. You must hold
down the default button on the printed circuit board (PCB) when programming this location.
To prevent manually restoring the default control panel settings:
1. Enter the Installer Code (the default is 1234) and press [#] to enter Installer’s
Programming Mode. Two beeps sound and the remote codepad displays the data
programmed in Location 000. If you are using the remote codepad, the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash to indicate you entered Installer’s Programming Mode.
2.
Enter [9 0 0 #] to move to Location 900.
3.
Press and hold the default button.
4.
Enter [1 5 *] to program 15 into Location 900.
5.
Release the default button.
6.
Enter [9 6 0 #] to exit from Installer’s Programming Mode. The system returns to the
disarmed state. If you are using a remote codepad, the STAY and AWAY indicators are
extinguished to indicate that the system is disarmed.
If Location 900 is not programmed as 15, do one of the following procedures to restore the
default control panel settings.
To default the control panel settings using the Installer Code:
1. Enter the Installer Code (the default is 1234) and press [#] to enter Installer’s
Programming Mode. Two beeps sound. The STAY and AWAY indicators flash to indicate
you entered Installer’s Programming Mode.
2.
3.
Enter [9 6 1 #]. Two beeps sound after the default control panel settings are restored.
Enter [9 6 0 #]. The STAY and AWAY indicators stop flashing and the system returns to
the disarmed state.
The control panel default factory settings are restored.
To restore the default control panel settings using the default button:
1. Disconnect the AC MAINS supply and the backup battery from the control panel.
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Press and hold the default button.
3.
Reconnect the AC MAINS supply to the control panel.
4.
Wait 3 to 5 sec and release the default button.
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Configuring for email
A mailbox can be set as a receiver, the Solution 2000/3000 series control panels can send
Email event reports to the configured mailbox through B426 or B450.
Two mailboxes are needed, one acts as receiver, the other acts as a sender. The control panel
needs to connect to the mail server of the sending mailbox.
Example:
The example in Table 1 – Table 4 sets the two receivers as Email receivers and uses two
network modules. These parameters can be set from A-Link or a codepad.
Table 1: Receiver configuration table.
Item
Location
Set Value
Panel Value
Option
Receiver 1
0033
Email
9
0 = Not used
Transmit Format
1 = Contact ID
4 = Domestic
6 = SIA FAST
7 = SIA SLOW
8 = CSVIP
9 = Email
Receiver 1
0034 -
001234
00 12 34
2
2
Subscriber Number 0039
Receiver 1
0081
0 = Not used
Extern network
1 = Use, do not
module
configure
2 = Use and
configure
Receiver 1
1000 -
ausqrt@gmail.co 61 75 73 71 72 74
The receiver
IP+port/Email
1099
m
40 67 6D 61 69 6C
mailbox
2E 63 6F 6D
(ASCII Code)
9
0 = Not used
Receiver 2
0073
Email
Transmit Format
1 = Contact ID
4 = Domestic
6 = SIA FAST
7 = SIA SLOW
8 = CSVIP
9 = Email
Receiver 2
0074 -
003365
00 33 65
Subscriber Number 0079
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Location
Set Value
Panel Value
Option
Receiver 2
0082
2
2
0 = Not used
Extern network
1 = Use, do not
module
configure
2 = Use and
configure
Receiver 2
1200 -
ausqrt@gmail.co 61 75 73 71 72 74
The receiver
IP+port/Email
1299
m
40 67 6D 61 69 6C
mailbox
2E 63 6F 6D
(ASCII Code)
Panel Value
Remark
Table 2: Network module 1 configuration
Item
Location
Set Value
Module's IPv4
4022 -
192.168.226.107 C0 A8 E2 6B
Static Address
4029
Depends on your
Network
environment
IPv4 Subnet Mask
4030 -
255.255.255.0
FF FF FF 00
4037
Depends on your
Network
environment
IPv4 Default
4038 -
Gateway
4045
192.168.226.1
C0 A8 E2 01
Depends on your
Network
environment
Local Port Number 4128 -
7700
1E 14
4131
Depends on your
Network
environment
TCP Connections
4414 -
Enable
4415
TCP Keepalive
4416 -
Time
4417
UPnP Enable
4136 -
Disable
00
45
2D
Disable
00
4137
Depends on your
Network
environment
Web Port Number
4138 -
443
01 BB
600
02 58
smtp.126.com
73 6D 74 70 2E 31
4141
ARP Cache
4142 -
Timeout
4145
Mail server name
4470 4981
Mail server port
4982 -
ASCII Code
32 36 2E 63 6F 6D
465
D1 01
Little-endian
4985
Mail server user
4986 -
name
5497
ausqrt@126.com 61 75 73 71 72 74
40 31 32 36 2E 63
6F 6D
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Location
Set Value
Panel Value
Remark
Mail server
5498 -
Solution3000
53 6F 6C 75 74 69
ASCII Code
password
5597
Security options
5598 -
49
6F 6E 33 30 30 30
2
02
5599
0 = Basic
1 = Authenticate
2 = Encrypted
Enhanced Security 4238 Enable
4239
Web Login
4218 -
Password
4237
Web Access
4240 -
Enable
4241
Panel
4242 -
Programming
4243
Enable
01
B42V2
42 34 32 56 32
Enable
01
Enable
01
ASCII Code
Need to set in Web
interface
Enable
Network stack
4458 -
DNS server
4459
5
05
3
03
4
04
timeout
TCP Client
4460 -
connection
4461
timeout
Max server TCP
4462 -
connections
4463
Table 3: Network module 2 configuration
Item
Location
Set Value
Panel Value
Module's IPv4
7022 -
192.168.226.103 C0 A8 E2 67
Static Address
7029
Remark
Depends on your
Network
environment
IPv4 Subnet Mask
7030 -
255.255.255.0
FF FF FF 00
7037
Depends on your
Network
environment
IPv4 Default
7038 -
Gateway
7045
192.168.226.1
C0 A8 E2 01
Depends on your
Network
environment
Local Port Number 7128 -
7700
1E 14
7131
Depends on your
Network
environment
TCP Connections
7414 -
Enable
7415
Disable
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Location
Set Value
Panel Value
TCP Keep alive
7416 -
45
2D
Time
7417
UPnP Enable
7136 -
Disable
0
7137
Remark
Depends on your
Network
environment
Web Port Number
7138 -
443
01 BB
600
02 58
smtp.gmail.com
73 6D 74 70 2E 67
7141
ARP Cache
7142 -
Timeout
7145
Mail server name
7470 7981
ASCII Code
6D 61 69 6C 2E 63
6F 6D
Mail server port
7982 -
465
D1 01
Little-endian
7985
Mail server user
7986 -
ausqrt@gmail.co 61 75 73 71 72 74
name
8497
m
ASCII Code
40 67 6D 61 69 6C
2E 63 6F 6D
Mail server
8498 -
password
8597
Security options
8598 -
Solution3000
53 6F 6C 75 74 69
ASCII Code
6F 6E 33 30 30 30
2
02
8599
0 = Basic
1 = Authenticate
2 = Encrypted
Enhanced Security 7238 Enable
7239
Web Login
7218 -
Password
7237
Web Access
7240 -
Enable
7241
Panel
7242 -
Programming
7243
Enable
01
B42V2
42 34 32 56 32
Enable
01
Enable
01
ASCII Code
Need to set in Web
Interface
Enable
Network stack
7458 -
DNS server
7459
5
05
3
03
4
04
timeout
TCP Client
7460 -
connection
7461
timeout
Max server TCP
7462 -
connections
7463
Table 4: B450 USB configuration (when “Panel Programming” is set to “Disable”)
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Set Value
Remark
Panel Programming
Disable
Need to set in Web interface.
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If set to enable, B450 can be set via the
control panel, the configure method is
same as table 2 or table 3.
If set to disable, B450 cannot be set via
the control panel, only can be set via USB
menu.
Email Server Name
smtp.126.com
Mail server name
ASCII Code
Email Server Port
465
Mail server port
Encryption
0 = Basic
Number
Email Server
Authentication/
1 = Authenticate
Encryption
2 = Encrypted
Authentication User
ausqrt@126.com
User Name of Sending Mailbox
Solution3000
Password of Sending Mailbox
Name
Authentication
Password
Configuration steps:
Set the receiver parameters according to Table 1.
If the network module is a B426, log into the B426 Configuration Page, set Panel Programming
to Enable.
Set the network module parameters according to Table 2 and Table 3. The two tables contain
parameters of the outgoing mailboxes.
If the network module is a B450, there are two configuration methods:
–
Log in to the B450 menu interface. Set Panel Programming to Disable. Set the parameters
of the outgoing mailbox according to Table 4.
–
Log in to the B450 menu interface. Set Panel Programming to Enable. Set the parameters
of the outgoing mailbox according to Table 2 and Table 3.
Notice!
Use well established mailboxes for sending and receiving email (such as gmail).
Do not send more than 6 Emails per hour. The mailbox cannot send or receive Email reports
too frequently since all mailboxes have limitations for the amount of emails they can send and
receive within a certain span of time.
Add the sending mailbox to the receiving mailbox’s approved sender list to prevent emails
from the sending mailbox from being treated as advertising or spam.
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System Operations
This section explains the general operations of the system: arming and disarming the system
in the three modes, isolating zones, initiating codepad alarms, and determining a fault.
Operations described in this chapter are based on use with the IUI–SOL–ICON codepad. For
the IUI-SOL-TEXT codepad, follow the prompts on the codepad display.
6.1
Arming the system in AWAY Mode
Arming the system in AWAY Mode is normally performed when you leave the premises and
require that all zones are activated in a ready state to detect an intrusion.
There are two different methods to arm the system in AWAY Mode. You can always use
method one. You can use method two only if Option 2 is enabled in Location 497 (refer to
Consumer Options 2, page 109).
If you must isolate a zone (or zones) before arming the system in AWAY Mode, refer to
Isolating zones, page 56.
Notice!
Single button arming in AWAY mode reports as user code number 00.
To arm the system in AWAY Mode (method one):
1.
Enter your code and press [AWAY].
2.
Two beeps sound, the AWAY indicator lights, and Exit Time starts.
To arm the system in AWAY Mode (method two):
Notice!
Select Option 2 in Location 497 to enable single button arming in AWAY Mode (refer to
Consumer Options 2, page 109).
1. Press and hold [AWAY].
2. When two beeps sound, release the button.
The AWAY indicator lights and Exit Time starts. If a zone is not sealed at the end of Exit Time,
the zone is automatically isolated and its indicator is lit on the remote codepad. The zone
becomes an active part of the system again as soon as it is resealed. For example, if a window
is open when Exit Time expires, the window is not an active part of the system until it is
closed. Opening the window after Exit Time expires causes an alarm.
Forced Arming
Arming the system when a zone is not sealed is known as forced arming. Refer Zone Options 2,
page 94 to enable forced arming for each zone.
If the AWAY indicator does not light and a long beep sounds when you attempt to arm the
system in AWAY Mode, forced arming is not permitted. If this is the case, you seal all zones or
manually isolate them before you can arm the system.
6.2
Disarming the system from AWAY Mode
When you enter the premises after the system is armed in AWAY Mode, you must disarm the
system from AWAY Mode to disable detection devices that activate the sirens, strobe, and bell
outputs.
If there was an alarm prior to disarming the system from AWAY Mode, a zone indicator flashes,
indicating a previous alarm in that zone.
To disarm the system from AWAY Mode:
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1. Enter your code and press [AWAY].
2. Two beeps sound and the AWAY indicator is extinguished.
6.3
Arming the System in STAY Mode 1
STAY Mode 1 is used when you need to arm the perimeter and unused areas of the premises
to detect a would-be intruder entering the premises, while at the same time being able to
move freely within an area that is automatically isolated.
Only the installer can program zones to be automatically isolated in STAY Mode 1. Refer to
Section14.3.7ZoneOptions2on page 63 for more information on setting zones to be
automatically isolated in STAY Mode 1.
There are two methods to arm your system in STAY Mode 1. You can always use method one.
You can use method two only if Option 2 is enabled in Location 497 (refer to
Section18.6ConsumerOptions2 on page 83).
If the system reports to a base station, it sends a Partial Close Report (Contact ID Event Code
441).
Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode
When arming the system in STAY Mode 1, an optional entry timer called Entry Guard Timer for
STAY Mode can be used to delay the sirens, strobe, and bell outputs if a zone that is not
automatically isolated activates an alarm. Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode is the delay time
used for all zones, except 24-Hour zones, when the system is armed in STAY Mode 1 or STAY
Mode 2.
If the Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode is programmed and a zone that was not automatically
isolated is activated, the codepad beeps twice per sec until the Entry Guard Timer for STAY
Mode expires or the system is disarmed. If the alarm is not reset before Entry Guard Timer for
STAY Mode expires, the strobe, bell, and siren outputs are activated into alarm.
Notice!
Single button arming in STAY Mode 1 reports as User Code number 00.
To arm the system in STAY Mode 1 (method one):
1. Enter your code and press [STAY].
2. Two beeps sound and the STAY indicator is lit.
Exit Time starts.
The indicators for any zones that are programmed to be automatically isolated in STAY Mode 1
begin to flash until Exit Time expires. At the end of Exit Time, the zone indicators are
extinguished and the codepad sounds one short beep.
To arm the system in STAY Mode 1 (method two):
1. Press and hold [STAY].
2. When two beeps sound, release the button.
The STAY indicator is lit and Exit Time starts. The indicators for any zones that are
programmed to
be automatically isolated in STAY Mode 1 flash until Exit Time expires. At the end of Exit Time,
the zone indicators are extinguished and the codepad sounds one short beep.
If a zone is not sealed at the end of Exit Time, the zone is automatically isolated and is lit
constantly on the remote codepad. The zone becomes an active part of the system again as
soon as it is resealed. For example, if a window is open when Exit Time expires, the window
does not become an active part of the system until it is closed. Opening the window after Exit
Time expires causes an alarm.
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Forced Arming
Arming the system when a zone is not sealed is known as forced arming. Refer to
Section14.3.7Zone Options2on page 63 to enable forced arming for each zone.
If the STAY indicator does not light and a long beep sounds when you attempt to arm the
system in STAY Mode 1, forced arming is not permitted. If this is the case, you must seal all
zones or manually isolate them before you can arm the system.
6.4
Disarming the system from STAY Mode 1
There are two methods to disarm the system from STAY Mode 1. You can always use the first
method. You can use method two only if Option 4 is enabled in Location 497 (refer to
Section18.6Consumer
Options2on page 83).
To disarm the system from STAY Mode 1 (method one):
1. Enter your code and press [STAY].
2. Two beeps sound and the STAY indicator is extinguished. The system is now disarmed.
To disarm the system from STAY Mode 1 (method two):
A flashing zone indicator represents a previous alarm in that zone. If this is the case, a valid
User Code is required to disarm the system using method one. To enable method two, Option
4 in Location 497 must
be enabled (refer to Section18.6ConsumerOptions2on
page 83).
1. Press and hold [STAY].
2. When two beeps sound, release the button.
The STAY indicator is extinguished and the system is disarmed.
Notice!
Single button disarming from STAY Mode 1 reports as User Code 00.
6.5
Arming the system from STAY Mode 2
STAY Mode 2 is used when you need to arm the perimeter and unused areas of the premises
to detect a would-be intruder from entering the premises, while at the same time being able to
move freely within an area that is automatically isolated.
You can program zones to be automatically isolated in STAY Mode 2 using an Installer Code
function (refer to Section5.1.5) or a Master Code function (Section5.2.6).
If the system reports to a base station, it sends a
Partial Close Report (Contact ID Event Code 456).
Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode
When arming the system in STAY Mode 2, an optional entry timer called Entry Guard Timer for
STAY Mode can be used to delay the sirens, strobe, and bell outputs if a zone that is not
automatically isolated activates an alarm. Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode is the delay time
used for all zones, except 24-Hour zones, when the system is armed in STAY Mode 1 or STAY
Mode 2.
If the Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode is programmed and a zone that was not automatically
isolated is activated, the codepad beeps twice per sec until the Entry Guard Timer for STAY
Mode expires or the system is disarmed. If the alarm is not reset before Entry Guard Timer for
STAY Mode expires, the strobe, bell, and siren outputs are activated into alarm.
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Notice!
Consequences
To arm the system in STAY Mode 2:
1. Press and hold [0].
2. When two beeps sound, release the button.
The STAY indicator is lit and the Exit Time starts.
The indicators for any zones that are programmed to be automatically isolated in STAY Mode 2
flash until the Exit Time expires. At the end of Exit Time, the zone indicators are extinguished
and the codepad sounds one short beep.
If a zone is not sealed at the end of Exit Time, the zone is automatically isolated and is lit
constantly on the remote codepad. The zone becomes an active part of the system again as
soon as it is resealed. For example, if a window is open when Exit Time expires, the window
does not become an active part of the system until it is closed. Opening the window after Exit
Time expires causes an alarm.
Forced Arming
Arming the system when a zone is not sealed is known as forced arming. Refer to
Section14.3.7Zone Options2on page 63 to enable forced arming for each zone.
If the STAY indicator does not light and a long beep sounds when attempting to arm the
system, forced arming is not permitted. If this is the case, you must seal all zones or manually
isolate them before you can arm the system.
6.6
Disarming the system from STAY Mode 2
There are two methods to disarm the system from STAY Mode 2. You can always use the first
method. You can use method two only if Option 4 is enabled in Location 497 (refer to
Section18.6Consumer
Options2on page 83).
To disarm the system from STAY Mode 2 (method one):
1. Enter your code and press [STAY].
2. Two beeps sound and the STAY indicator is extinguished. The system is now disarmed.
To disarm the system from STAY Mode 2 (method two):
A flashing zone indicator represents a previous alarm in that zone. If this is the case, a valid
User Code is required to disarm the system using method one. To enable method two, Option
4 in Location 497 must
be enabled (refer to Section18.6ConsumerOptions2on
page 83).
1. Press and hold [0].
2. When two beeps sound, release the button.
The STAY indicator is extinguished and the system is disarmed.
Notice!
Single button disarming from STAY Mode 2 reports as User Code00.
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Codepad duress alarm
A codepad Duress Alarm is used as a silent holdup alarm when 9 is added to the end of a valid
User Code being used to disarm the system. If a User Code has a priority level that allows
arming only, that User Code can transmit a Duress Alarm when the system is armed.
A Duress Alarm (Contact ID Event Code 121) is useful only if your system reports to a
monitoring station because domestic reporting format cannot decipher the type of alarm that
occurred. You can select Option 2 in Location 498 to use 3 instead of 9 to activate a Duress
Alarm.
6.8
Codepad panic alarm
An audible codepad Panic Alarm activates when a user presses either [1] and [3] or [STAY]
and [AWAY] simultaneously.
Select Option 1 in Location 493 to program the codepad Panic Alarm as silent (refer to System
Options 2, page 106). A codepad Panic Alarm transmits Contact ID Event Code 120 if the
system reports to a base station receiver.
6.9
Codepad fire alarm
An audible codepad Fire Alarm activates when a user presses [4] and [6] on the remote
codepad simultaneously. A distinct fire sound emits through the horn speaker to indicate this
type of alarm. The fire sound is different than the burglary sound.
Select Option 2 in Location 493 to program the codepad Fire Alarm as silent (refer to System
Options 2, page 106). A codepad Fire Alarm transmits a Contact ID Event Code 110 to a base
station receiver.
6.10
Codepad medical alarm
An audible codepad Medical Alarm activates when a user presses [7] and [9] simultaneously.
Select Option 4 in Location 493 to program codepad Medical Alarm as silent (refer to System
Options 2, page 106). A codepad Medical Alarm transmits a Contact ID Event Code 100 to a
base station receiver.
6.11
Isolating zones
Isolating zones allows you to manually disable one or more zones before arming the system in
AWAY Mode, STAY Mode 1, or STAY Mode 2. When a zone is isolated, access is allowed into
that zone when the system is armed without activating an alarm.
For example, you might want to isolate a zone before arming the system because a zone
passive infrared (PIR) detector is activating false alarms or because you need to leave a pet
inside a particular zone while you are away.
You can isolate zones using one of two methods. One method requires a valid User Code and
the other does not. The ability to isolate zones is determined by the priority level assigned to
each User Code holder. Some User Code holders cannot isolate zones. Refer to User Code
Priority, page 126 for more information. By default, the standard isolation method is used.
Zones that are manually isolated using this method transmit a Zone Bypass Report (Contact ID
Event Code 573) for each isolated zone when the system is armed. A Zone Bypass Restore
Report is transmitted when the system is disarmed.
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When you select a 24-Hour Fire Zone to be isolated, a Contact ID Event Code 571 is sent. If
you select another 24-Hour Zone to be isolated, a Contact ID Event Code 572 is sent.
6.12
Standard isolating
Standard isolating allows any operator to isolate zones because no code is required.
1. Press [STAY] twice.
Three beeps sound and the STAY indicator flashes.
2. Enter the number of the zone to be isolated and press [STAY].
The indicator for the zone flashes.
24-Hour zones are automatically isolated as soon as you press [STAY]. All other Burglary Zones
are automatically isolated only after the system is armed.
3. Repeat Step2for each zone you want to isolate.
Notice!
As each zone is selected to be isolated, the corresponding zone indicator flashes. If you make
a mistake, enter the incorrect zone number and press [STAY]. This zone is no longer selected
to be isolated and the zone indicator is extinguished.
4. Press [AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the system returns to the disarmed state.
The indicators for the selected zones continue to flash until the next time the system is
disarmed.
Example:
To manually isolate zones 1, 3, and 4, press: [STAY][STAY][1][STAY][3][STAY][4][STAY]
[AWAY]
6.13
Code to isolate
The code to isolate method permits only those User Code holders with a priority level that
includes Code to Isolate. The standard isolating method is disabled for any User Code with
this priority level set.
1. Press [STAY].
2. Enter your code and press [STAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY indicator flashes.
If you attempt to enter isolating mode with a User Code that is not set for Code to Isolate, the
system ignores the attempt.
3. Enter the number of the zone to be isolated and press [STAY].
The indicator for the zone flashes.
24-Hour zones are automatically isolated as soon you press [STAY]. All other Burglary zones
are automatically isolated only after the system is armed.
4. Repeat Step3for each zone you want to isolate.
Notice!
As each zone is selected to be isolated, the corresponding zone indicator flashes. If you make
a mistake, enter the incorrect
zone number and press [STAY]. This zone is no longer selected to be isolated and the zone
indicator is extinguished.
5. Press [AWAY].
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Two beeps sound and the system returns to the disarmed state.
The indicators for the selected zones continue to flash until the next time the system is
disarmed.
Example
To manually isolate zones 1, 3, and 4, press: [STAY][User Code][STAY][1][STAY][3][STAY][4]
[STAY][AWAY]
6.14
Fault analysis mode
When a system fault occurs, the FAULT or MAINS indicator flashes and the codepad beeps
once per minute.
If the AC MAINS supply fails, the MAINS indicator flashes until the AC MAINS supply is
restored. Press [AWAY] once to acknowledge the fault and stop the codepad from beeping
once every minute.
To enter Fault Analysis Mode to determine a system fault other than the AC MAINS supply:
1. Press and hold [5] until two beeps sound. The FAULT indicator remains lit and the STAY
and AWAY indicators flash. The lit zone indicators indicate the type of fault that occurred.
2. If necessary, press the button corresponding to the indicator to further determine the fault.
(Refer to the table Fault Analysis Conditions below.)
3. To exit from Fault Analysis Mode, press [AWAY]. The STAY and AWAY indicators are
extinguished and the FAULT indicator remains lit.
Fault Analysis Conditions
Zone
Fault description
Button
indicator
1
Zone
Fault condition
indicator
System fault
1
1
Low battery
2
Date and time
3
RF receiver jamming
RF receiver tamper switch
RF receiver communications fail
4
Warning device (output 1-3) fail
5
Telephone line fail
7
Power supply fail
8
On-board tamper
9-16
RF repeater fail
2
RF device low battery
2
1-16
Zones 1 to 16 RF low battery
3
Zone tamper alarm
3
1-16
Zones 1 to 16 tamper alarm
4
Sensor watch fail
4
1-16
Zones 1 to 16 sensor watch fail
5
RF sensor missing
5
1-16
Zones 1 to 16 RF sensor watch
fail
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Fault description
Button
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7
Zone
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Fault condition
indicator
Output and codepad
7
2
Receiver 2 fail
3
IP module 1 fail
4
IP module 2 fail
2
Output expander fail
fail
3-6
8
6.15
Keyfob low battery
8
1-16
Codepad fail
Keyfob 1 to 16 low battery
Fault descriptions
1 – System Fault
The system FAULT indicator lights when any of the faults listed in the table System FAULT
Indicators below occurs. In Fault Analysis Mode, press [1] to determine the fault that
occurred.
2 – RF Device Low Battery
This fault occurs when any of the RF wireless devices report a low battery condition to the
control panel. While in Fault Analysis Mode, press the [2] key. This displays the zone reporting
the RF Low Battery fault.
3 – Zone Tamper Fail
This fault occurs when any zone with tamper becomes an open or short circuit. Press the [3]
key until. This displays the zone reporting the tamper fail fault.
4 – Sensor Watch Fault
A sensor watch fault registers because one or more detection devices failed to detect any
movement during the disarmed state for the time programmed in Locations 476 and 477(refer
to Sensor Watch Report, page 142). The fault clears once the zone in question detects
movement and resets. Press the [4] key. This displays the zone reporting the sensor watch
fault.
5 – RF Sensor Missing
An RF sensor missing registers because one or more RF detection devices fails to
communicate to the RF radio receiver for the time period programmed in Location 393 RF
Supervision Time. The fault clears once the RF device in question successfully transmits to the
RF radio receiver.
While in Fault Analysis Mode, press the [5] key. This displays the RF detection device
reporting the RF sensor watch fault.
6 – Communication Fail
A communication fail registers when the control panel fails to communicate with the receiving
party (such as a monitoring company, mobile phone). The communication fault clears once the
control panel successfully reports to the receiving party.
A communication fail also registers when network module is disconnected or tampered.
To determine which receiver or module failed to communicate, press the [6] key.
In Fault Analysis Mode, press [6] to show which communication fault occurred: 1 – Receiver 1;
2 – Receiver 2.
7 – Output and Codepad Fail
The output fault registers when the output expander B308 is disconnected or tampered.
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The codepad fault registers when any codepad is tampered or disconnected from the control
panel.
To determine which fault occurred, press the [7] key.
8 – Keyfob Low Battery
This fault occurs when any of the RF keyfobs report a low battery condition to the control
panel. To determine which keyfob failed, press the [8] key. Only keyfob 1 to 16 faults display
on the codepad through zone indicator 1 to 16.
System FAULT indicators
Indicator
1
FAULT description
Low battery
This fault registers when the system detects a low capacity backup battery. The
system automatically performs a battery test every 4 hours and every time you
arm the system.
2
Date and time
This fault registers when the system is powered down.
3
RF receiver fault
This fault registers when the RF wireless receiver unit detects RF jamming, the
RF wireless receiver is disconnected from the control panel or failed, or the RF
receiver’s cover tamper switch is activated.
4
Warning Device fault
This fault registers when the system detects output 1-3 as warning device
(Horn Speaker, Siren Running, Strobe) is disconnected or short. This fault
clears once all outputs are reconnected. This feature is enabled by selecting
Option 2 in Location 492 (refer to System Options 1, page 106).
5
Telephone line fault
This fault registers when the system detects the telephone line is disconnected
from the control panel. This feature is enabled by selecting Option 1 in
Location 176.
7
Power Supply fail
This fault occurs when AUX power supplies fail, +12V power fails, or SDI2 Bus
power fails. Contact your installer as soon as this fault displays.
8
Onboard Tamper
This fault occurs when the system detects the control panel is tampered.
9-16
RF Repeater Tamper/Fail
The RF repeater 1 to 8 fault registers once the system detects that the wireless
repeater is disconnected or the repeater tamper is triggered.
AC MAINS Failure
An AC MAINS supply failure automatically flashes the MAINS indicator. If the AC MAINS supply
is disconnected continuously for longer than 2 min, the remote codepad beeps the codepad
buzzer once per min. If the control panel is programmed to report an AC MAINS failure to a
base station receiver, an AC Fail Report (Contact ID Event Code 301) is transmitted.
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The MAINS indicator stops flashing when the AC MAINS supply is reconnected. When the AC
MAINS supply is connected continuously for 2 min, the codepad stops the once per min beep
and an AC Fail Restore Report is transmitted to the base station receiver.
If the Enable AC Fail in 1 Hour option (1) is selected in Location 494 (refer to System Options
3, page 107), the codepad flashes the MAINS indicator when the AC MAINS supply is
disconnected, but does not activate the report or the codepad buzzer unless the AC MAINS
supply is disconnected continuously for 1 hour.
If the Ignore AC MAINS Fail option (2) is selected in Location 494 (refer to System Options 3,
page 107) the codepad does not indicate when the AC MAINS supply fails, but the control
panel still reports an AC Fail Report, if enabled.
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System Functions
This section explains more advanced features, such as Installer Code, Master Code, and holddown functions that are required for testing and regular maintenance of the system.
Operations described in this chapter are based on use with the IUI–SOL–ICON codepad. For
the IUI-SOL-TEXT codepad, follow the prompts on the codepad display.
7.1
Installer Code Functions
Installer Code functions allow the installer to perform various system tests and tasks without
knowing a Master Code.
To access the required Installer Code function, enter the Installer Code and corresponding
function digit, and press [AWAY]. The Installer Code functions are listed in the table Installer
Code Functions below. You can access these functions only when the system is disarmed.
Installer Code Functions
Function
7.1.1
Description
0
Add/delete RF wireless devices
1
Set the number of days until the first Test Report
2
Change domestic telephone numbers
3
Change the Telco arm/disarm sequence
4
Set bypass zones for STAY Mode 2
6
Turn report monitor mode on and off
7
Walk test mode
8
Event memory recall mode
Add or Delete RF Wireless Devices
Notice!
The ICP-SOL2-P control panel does not support wireless devices.
The ICP-SOL3-P control panel can accept up to 16 wireless devices on the system. It is
possible to enroll wireless PIRs, reed switches, and smoke detectors to the control panel. This
control panel supports the following RF sensors:
–
RFDW-SM
–
RFDW-RM
–
RFUN
–
RFPR-12
–
RFPR-C12
–
RFDL-11
–
RFGB
–
RFBT
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RFSM
You can allocate only one wireless device to each zone.
To program an RF wireless device:
1.
Use the installer code to configure the RF receiver as RADION receiver (address=395).
Save the changes and Exit programming mode.
2.
Enter the Installer Code and press [0][AWAY]. Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
3.
Enter the RF device number (1 to 16) you want to change and press [AWAY]. Two beeps
sound and the corresponding codepad indicator lights to show the RF device number you
selected.
4.
There are two ways to enter the RFID:
–
Enter the nine-digit RFID number found on the back of the RF device and press
[AWAY]. Two beeps sound. The control panel will sound one error beep and exit if
the wrong check-sum or a duplicated RFID number is entered.
–
Press [AWAY] to switch into auto-learn mode. Note that all the codepad indicators
(1~16) flash on the icon codepad. Trigger the wireless device. The control panel will
sound 3 beeps and learn the RFID. The last digit of the RFID number is displayed on
the codepad. Press [AWAY] to confirm. If the zone has already been used in the
system, the panel will ignore this RFID.
5.
Enter one zone input option value (0~15). Press [AWAY] to finish this function and reset
the control panel.
6.
The user can press [STAY] to cancel the wireless zone enrollment at any step except
during the delete process. The codepad sounds one error beep, cancels the enrollment,
and exits.
Notice!
This function is automatically terminated if you do not press a button within 40 sec or if you
press [AWAY]. One long beep indicates that you selected an incorrect user number.
Example:
To program RF wireless device number 3 whose 9- digit ID number is 000094946, enter [1 2 3
4 0][AWAY][3][AWAY] [0 0 0 0 9 4 9 4 6][AWAY][AWAY].
To delete an RF wireless device:
1. Enter the Installer Code and press [0][AWAY]. Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Enter the RF device number (1 to 16) you want to delete and press [AWAY]. Two beeps
sound and the corresponding codepad indicators light to show the RF device number you
selected.
3. Press [STAY] to delete the RF device. The STAY and AWAY indicators are extinguished.
4. Repeat steps 1 to 3 to delete another RF wireless device.
7.1.2
Set the Number of Days until the First Test Report
This function determines when the system sends the first Test Report (Contact ID Event Code
602). If you do not use this Installer Code function, the first Test Report is sent to the base
station receiver after the repeat interval programmed in Location 428 (refer to Test Reporting
Time, page 98). If you want the system to send the first Test Report sooner than the repeat
interval, use this function to set when the first Test Report is sent.
To set the first Test Report:
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1. Enter the Installer Code and press [1][AWAY]. Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Enter the number of days (1 to 15) and press [AWAY]. Two beeps sound and the STAY and
AWAY indicators are extinguished. The system returns to the disarmed state.
7.1.3
Change Domestic Phone Numbers
When the system is set up for domestic dialing, this function allows the installer to view and
program the telephone numbers the system calls if an alarm occurs. Refer to Domestic Dialing,
page 81 for more information.
To change domestic phone numbers:
1. Enter your passcode and press [2][AWAY]. Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash. There are 4 telephone number locations. Numbers 1 and 2 are for receiver 1.
Numbers 3 and 4 are for receiver 2. Press the sequence number to view and set/modify the
corresponding telephone number. If telephone numbers are programmed, they are displayed
one digit at a time using the remote codepad indicators. Refer to the table Domestic Dialing
Digits below for the indicators and their meanings.
If no telephone numbers are programmed, an additional two beeps sound after entering this
mode. These two beeps normally sound after you enter the last digit of the last phone
number.
2. Enter the first phone number. Each digit is displayed as you enter it. Press the [AWAY] to
save and exit from this mode.
4. Repeat steps 1 - 3 to program another phone number.
Domestic Dialing Digits
Digit required
Number to
Digit required
Number to program
program
0
0
8
8
1
1
9
9
2
2
3
3
*
[STAY]1
4
4
#
[STAY]2
5
5
4 sec pause
[STAY]3
6
6
7
7
15
[STAY]5
Example:
To program telephone numbers (96721777-primary and 96721233-backup) for receiver 1,
enter the following sequence:
[1234 2][AWAY][1][AWAY][9 6 7 2 1 7 7 7][AWAY][2 5 8 0 2][AWAY][2][AWAY] [4 9 6 7 21 2
3 3][AWAY]
You can cancel domestic dialing at any time (for example, you are moving and do not want the
system to continue calling your work place or mobile phone).
To disable domestic dialing:
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Enter your Master Code and press [2][AWAY] [1][STAY][5][AWAY]. Once the primary number
is disabled, the secondary number will be unavailable also.
Notice!
The examples provided for this feature apply only to Australia.
Call Forward – Immediate On
You can redirect calls to anywhere in Australia, including mobiles and answering services.
When this Call Forward option is turned on, your telephone does not ring.
Call Forward – No Answer
If your telephone is not answered within 20 sec, this feature redirects the incoming call to
another number anywhere in Australia. You can still make outgoing calls.
Telco Disarming Sequence
This option allows you to automatically disable the call forward sequence when you disarm the
system.
7.1.4
Change Telco Arm/Disarm Sequence
This feature allows you to program the telco arm sequence and telco disarm sequence. This
feature is available only if your telecommunication provider has the call forward option
available.
Telco Arm Sequence
This allows you to program the Call Forward – Immediate On sequence or Call Forward – No
Answer sequence that automatically operates when you arm the system in the AWAY Mode.
To program the telco arming sequence:
1. Enter your passcode and press [3][AWAY]. Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Press [1][AWAY] to change the telco arming sequence. Three beeps sound. If a call forward
sequence is already programmed, the sequence is displayed one digit at a time using the
remote codepad indicators. Refer to the table Telco Arm/Disarm Digits below for the
indicators and their meanings.
If no call forward sequence is programmed, an additional two beeps sound after entering this
mode. These two beeps normally sound after the last digit of the call forward sequence is
displayed.
3. Enter the desired call forward sequence.
For example, program [* 6 1][phone number][#] for the call forward – no answer sequence, or
[* 2 1][phone number][#] for the call forward – immediate sequence.
Notice!
When you program a * in the telco arm sequence, enter [STAY][1]. When you program the # in
the telco arm sequence, enter [STAY][2].
4. Press [STAY][2][AWAY]. Two beeps sound and the system returns to the disarmed state.
Example
If you want to automatically divert all unanswered incoming calls to another telephone number
(for example, 9672 1777) when the system is armed in AWAY Mode, enter:
[1234 3][AWAY][1][AWAY][STAY]
[1 6 1 9 6 7 2 1 7 7 7][STAY][2][AWAY]
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You can suspend the telco arming sequence at any time. To disable the telco arming
sequence:
Enter your passcode and press [3][AWAY][1] [AWAY][STAY][5][AWAY].
To program the telco disarming sequence:
1. Enter your passcode and press [3][AWAY]. Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Press [2][AWAY] to change the telco disarming sequence. Three beeps sound.
If a telco disarming sequence is already programmed, the sequence is displayed one digit at a
time using the remote codepad indicators. Refer to the Telco Arm/Disarm Dialing Digits table
below for the indicators and their meanings.
If no telco disarming sequence is programmed, an additional two beeps sound after entering
this mode. These two beeps normally sound after the last digit of the sequence is displayed.
3. Enter the desired call forward disable sequence.
For example, program [# 6 1 #] to disable the call forward – no answer sequence, or [# 2 1 #]
to disable the call forward – immediate sequence.
Telco Arm/Disarm Dialing Digits
Digit required
Number to program
Digit required
Number to program
0
0
7
7
1
1
8
8
2
2
9
9
3
3
15
[STAY]5
4
4
*
[STAY]1
5
5
#
[STAY]2
6
6
4 sec pause
[STAY]3
4. Press [AWAY]. Two beeps sound and the system returns to the disarmed state. You can
suspend the telco disarming sequence at any time. To disable the telco disarming sequence:
Enter your Installer Code and press [3][AWAY][2] [AWAY][STAY][5][AWAY].
7.1.5
Setting STAY Mode 2 Bypass Zones
This function allows the installer to select the zones that are automatically isolated when the
system is armed in STAY Mode 2.
To arm the system in STAY Mode 2, press and hold [0] until two beeps sound. Refer to Arming
the system from STAY Mode 2, page 54 for more information.
To set STAY Mode 2 zones:
1. Enter the passcode and press [4][AWAY]. Three beeps sound and the STAY indicator
flashes.
2. Enter the number of the zone you want to automatically isolate and press [STAY]. The
corresponding zone indicator flashes.
3. Repeat step 2 for each zone you want to select.
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Notice!
As each zone is selected to be isolated, the corresponding zone indicator flashes. If you make
a mistake, enter the incorrect zone number and press [STAY]. This zone is no longer selected
to be isolated and the zone indicator is extinguished.
4. Press [AWAY]. Two beeps sound and the system returns to the disarmed state. The
indicators for the zones you selected and the STAY indicator are extinguished.
Example
If you want to select zones 2, 5, and 6, enter:
[1 2 3 4 4][AWAY][2][STAY][5][STAY][6][STAY] [AWAY]
You can disable selected zones to be automatically isolated for STAY Mode 2 at any time.
To disable STAY Mode 2 zones:
Enter your passcode and press [4][AWAY] [AWAY].
7.1.6
Turning Report Monitor Mode On and Off
Report Monitor Mode allows you to use the remote codepad for visual representation of data
transmissions between the control panel and the base station receiver. The transmission
sequence is also shown in this mode.
The codepad beeps once every two sec when Report Monitor Mode is active, whether the
system is in Installer’s Programming Mode or normal operating mode. The first five indicators
show the progressive steps during a transmission to the base station receiver for Receiver 1,
Indicator 9-13 for Receiver 2.
After you activate Report Monitor Mode, hold down [9] until two beeps sound to initiate a
Test Report.
Report Monitor Mode Indications
Zone indicator
Dialing event
1, 9
Telephone line seized
2, 10
Dialing phone number / Network connect
3, 11
Handshake received
4, 12
Data is being transmitted
5, 13
Kiss-off received
None
Telephone line released / idle
Zone Indicator 1-5 for Receiver1, Zone Indicator 9-13 for Receiver 2.
To turn Report Monitor Mode on:
1. Enter the Installer Code and press [6][AWAY]. Three beeps sound.
2. Press and hold [9] until two beeps sound. A Test Report is sent.
To turn Report Monitor Mode off:
Enter the Installer Code and press [6][AWAY]. Two beeps sound.
Notice!
You must exit from Report Monitor Mode to resume normal operations.
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Walk Test Mode
Walk Test Mode allows you to test detection devices to ensure they are functioning correctly.
Before activating Walk Test Mode, isolate any zones that are not required for testing. Refer to
Isolating zones, page 56 for more information.
To enter Walk Test Mode:
1. Enter the passcode and press [7][AWAY]. Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash. The codepad beeps once per sec when Walk Test Mode is active.
2. Unseal and seal the zones to be tested. The codepad sounds one long beep and the horn
speaker sounds one short beep each time a zone is sealed or unsealed.
3. Press [AWAY] to exit from this function. Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators are extinguished. The system returns to the disarmed state.
7.1.8
Event Memory Recall Mode
This function allows you to play back the last 256 system events that occurred. Event Memory
Recall Mode reports all alarms and each arming or disarming of the system , on Text LCD
Codepad, it can also helps with troubleshooting system faults. The events are displayed using
the codepad indicators.
To enter Event Memory Recall Mode:
Enter the Installer Code and press [8][AWAY]. Three beeps sound. The events are played back
by the codepad indicators in reverse chronological order.
Example
If the events occurred in the following order:
Sequence
Event
1
System armed in AWAY Mode
2
Alarm in Zone 3
3
Alarm in Zone 4
4
System disarmed
5
System armed in STAY Mode
The alarm memory plays back in this order:
Sequence
Indicator On
Event
1
ON, Zone 2, STAY
Stay armed by User 2
2
OFF, Zone 1
Disarmed by User 1
3
Zone 4, AWAY
Alarm in Zone 4
4
Zone 3, AWAY
Alarm in Zone 3
5
ON, Zone 2, AWAY
AWAY armed by User 2
Each event is indicated by a beep every 2 second and a lit indicator. You can also press [STAY]
key to review the last event.
After the last event, three beeps sound to indicate the end of playback. You can stop the
replay at any time by pressing [AWAY].
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Notice!
If the system is armed in STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2, the STAY indicator shows the event
memory playback. There is no differentiation between STAY Mode 1 and STAY Mode 2.
If the control panel is powered down, the memory of all events is saved.
7.2
Master Code Functions
Master Code functions allow those users that have the appropriate priority level to perform
certain supervisory level functions. You can use these functions only when the system is
disarmed.
Notice!
The default Master Code (User Code 1) is 2580. It is possible to program multiple Master
Codes. Refer to User Code Priority, page 126 for more information.
To access a Master Code function, enter the Master Code and press the corresponding
function digit and the [AWAY] button. The Master Code functions are listed in the table Master
Code Functions below.
Master Code Functions
7.2.1
Function
Description
0
Arm or disarm both areas at the same time
1
Add, change and delete user codes / remote radio user codes
2
Change domestic phone numbers
3
Change Telco arm/disarm sequence
4
Set bypass zones for STAY Mode 2
5
Turn outputs on and off
6
Set the date and time
7
Walk test mode
8
Event memory recall mode
Arm or Disarm both Areas at the Same Time
This Master Code function only operates with partitioned control panel systems and allows
Master Codes allocated to both Area 1 and Area 2 to arm or disarm both areas at the same
time.
This feature allows a Master Code holder to arm or disarm the system by pressing one extra
button rather than entering a code twice. You can use any area codepad by a User Code
assigned to both areas with this function. To enable this feature, select Option 2 in Location
501 (refer to Partitioning Options 2, page 111).
To arm or disarm both areas at the same time:
Enter your Master Code and press [0][AWAY]. Two beeps sound and both areas are armed or
disarmed from AWAY Mode.
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Changing and Deleting User Codes
This function allows a Master Code holder to change or delete a User Code.
When using a partitioned Control Panel, the Master Code holder cannot add, change, or delete
User Codes unless the User Code is allocated to the same area as the Master Code. Refer to
User Code Priority, page 126 for more information.
1. Enter your Master Code and press [1][AWAY]. Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Enter the number of the code (1 to 32) you want to change and press [AWAY]. Two beeps
sound and the corresponding zone indicator lights.
3. Enter the new code and press [AWAY]. Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY indicators
are extinguished.
4. Repeat this procedure to change other User Codes.
Notice!
This function is automatically terminated if you do not press a button within 40 sec or if you
press [AWAY].
One long beep indicates that the code already exists or you entered an incorrect user
number.
Example
To program User Code number 2 as 4627, enter: [2 5 8 0 1][AWAY][2][AWAY][4 6 2 7][AWAY]
To delete a User Code:
1. Enter your Master Code and press [1][AWAY]. Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Enter the number of the code (1 to 32) you want to delete and press [AWAY]. Two beeps
sound and the corresponding zone indicator lights.
3. Press [STAY] to delete the User Code. Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY indicators
are extinguished.
4. Repeat this procedure to delete other User Codes.
Notice!
This function terminates automatically if you do not press a button within 40 sec or if you
press [AWAY]. One long beep indicates that the code already exists or that you entered an
incorrect user number.
7.2.3
Changing and Deleting Remote Radio User Codes
This function allows a Master Code holder to change or delete a remote radio User Code.
To Add a WE800EV2 Keyfob
Set RF receiver as WE800EV2 Receiver. Confirm that the keyfob has been added to the
WE800EV2 receiver. Refer to WE800EV2, page 29 – Add/delete keyfobs.
Enter your Master Code, followed by [1] and the [#] button (for example, [25801#]).
Enter the WE800EV2 keyfob number (301 to 332) you want to add, followed by the [#] button.
Up to 21 WE800EV2 keyfobs can be added, but only current keyfob number (1 to 16 ) displays
through zone indicators on the ICON codepad.
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Only use auto-learn mode to configure keyfob RFID. Press [#] button to switch into auto-learn
mode. When icon numbers (1 to 16) flash, press button 1 or 2 of the keyfob. The control panel
learns the WE800EV2 keyfob ID number and the last digit of RFID number displays on the
codepad. Press [#] button to confirm. Enter [#] button to confirm the operation, or press [*]
to cancel.
To Add a RADION feyfob
Set RF receiver as RADION Receiver.
Enter your Master Code, followed by [1] and the [#] button (for example, [25801#]).
Enter the RADION keyfob number (301 to 332) you want to add, followed by the [#] button.
Up to 32 RADION keyfobs can be added, but only current keyfob number (1 to 16 ) displays
through zone indicators on the ICON codepad.
Use manual mode or auto-learn mode to configure the RADION keyfob RFID. In manual mode,
enter the 9-digit RF device ID number followed by [#], or press [#] to switch into auto-learn
mode. When icon numbers (1 to 16) flash, press the 1 or 2 button on the keyfob. The control
panel learns the RADION keyfob ID number and the last digit of RFID number displays on the
codepad. Press [#] to confirm.
Press [#] to confirm the operation, or press [*] to cancel.
7.2.4
Deleting User/Radio Codes
Only the Master Code holder can delete other system user codes.
To Delete a User Code
Enter your Master Code, followed by [1] and the [#] button (for example, [25801#]).Three
beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY indicators flash.
Enter the user code number (1 to 32), followed by the [#] button (for example, [2#] = User 2,
[16#] = User 16). Two beeps sound and the selected user number displays on the codepad
indicators.
Press the [*] button to delete the selected User Code. Two beeps are heard and the STAY and
AWAY indicators turn off.
To delete other User Codes, repeat this procedure as many times as required.
To Delete a WE800EV2 Keyfob
Enter your Master Code, followed by [1] and the [#] button.
Enter the WE800EV2 keyfob number (301 to 332) you want to delete, followed by the [#]
button.
Press the [*] button to delete the WE800EV2 Keyfob.
To Delete a RADION Keyfob
Enter your Master Code, followed by [1] and the [#] button.
Enter the RADION keyfob number (301 to 332) you want to delete, followed by the [#] button.
Press the [*] button to delete the RADION Keyfob.
7.2.5
Change Domestic Phone Numbers
When the system is set up for domestic dialing, this function allows the installer to view and
program the telephone numbers the system calls if an alarm occurs. Refer to Domestic Dialing,
page 81 for more information.
To change domestic phone numbers:
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1. Enter your passcode and press [2][AWAY]. Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash. There are 4 telephone number locations. Numbers 1 and 2 are for receiver 1.
Numbers 3 and 4 are for receiver 2. Press the sequence number to view and set/modify the
corresponding telephone number. If telephone numbers are programmed, they are displayed
one digit at a time using the remote codepad indicators. Refer to the table Domestic Dialing
Digits below for the indicators and their meanings.
If no telephone numbers are programmed, an additional two beeps sound after entering this
mode. These two beeps normally sound after you enter the last digit of the last phone
number.
2. Enter the first phone number. Each digit is displayed as you enter it. Press the [AWAY] to
save and exit from this mode.
4. Repeat steps 1 - 3 to program another phone number.
Domestic Dialing Digits
Digit required
Number to
Digit required
Number to program
program
0
0
8
8
1
1
9
9
2
2
3
3
*
[STAY]1
4
4
#
[STAY]2
5
5
4 sec pause
[STAY]3
6
6
7
7
15
[STAY]5
Example:
To program telephone numbers (96721777-primary and 96721233-backup) for receiver 1,
enter the following sequence:
[1234 2][AWAY][1][AWAY][9 6 7 2 1 7 7 7][AWAY][2 5 8 0 2][AWAY][2][AWAY] [4 9 6 7 21 2
3 3][AWAY]
You can cancel domestic dialing at any time (for example, you are moving and do not want the
system to continue calling your work place or mobile phone).
To disable domestic dialing:
Enter your Master Code and press [2][AWAY] [1][STAY][5][AWAY]. Once the primary number
is disabled, the secondary number will be unavailable also.
Notice!
The examples provided for this feature apply only to Australia.
Call Forward – Immediate On
You can redirect calls to anywhere in Australia, including mobiles and answering services.
When this Call Forward option is turned on, your telephone does not ring.
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If your telephone is not answered within 20 sec, this feature redirects the incoming call to
another number anywhere in Australia. You can still make outgoing calls.
Telco Disarming Sequence
This option allows you to automatically disable the call forward sequence when you disarm the
system.
7.2.6
Change Telco Arm/Disarm Sequence
This feature allows you to program the telco arm sequence and telco disarm sequence. This
feature is available only if your telecommunication provider has the call forward option
available.
Telco Arm Sequence
This allows you to program the Call Forward – Immediate On sequence or Call Forward – No
Answer sequence that automatically operates when you arm the system in the AWAY Mode.
To program the telco arming sequence:
1. Enter your passcode and press [3][AWAY]. Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Press [1][AWAY] to change the telco arming sequence. Three beeps sound. If a call forward
sequence is already programmed, the sequence is displayed one digit at a time using the
remote codepad indicators. Refer to the table Telco Arm/Disarm Digits below for the
indicators and their meanings.
If no call forward sequence is programmed, an additional two beeps sound after entering this
mode. These two beeps normally sound after the last digit of the call forward sequence is
displayed.
3. Enter the desired call forward sequence.
For example, program [* 6 1][phone number][#] for the call forward – no answer sequence, or
[* 2 1][phone number][#] for the call forward – immediate sequence.
Notice!
When you program a * in the telco arm sequence, enter [STAY][1]. When you program the # in
the telco arm sequence, enter [STAY][2].
4. Press [STAY][2][AWAY]. Two beeps sound and the system returns to the disarmed state.
Example
If you want to automatically divert all unanswered incoming calls to another telephone number
(for example, 9672 1777) when the system is armed in AWAY Mode, enter:
[1234 3][AWAY][1][AWAY][STAY]
[1 6 1 9 6 7 2 1 7 7 7][STAY][2][AWAY]
You can suspend the telco arming sequence at any time. To disable the telco arming
sequence:
Enter your passcode and press [3][AWAY][1] [AWAY][STAY][5][AWAY].
To program the telco disarming sequence:
1. Enter your passcode and press [3][AWAY]. Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Press [2][AWAY] to change the telco disarming sequence. Three beeps sound.
If a telco disarming sequence is already programmed, the sequence is displayed one digit at a
time using the remote codepad indicators. Refer to the Telco Arm/Disarm Dialing Digits table
below for the indicators and their meanings.
If no telco disarming sequence is programmed, an additional two beeps sound after entering
this mode. These two beeps normally sound after the last digit of the sequence is displayed.
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3. Enter the desired call forward disable sequence.
For example, program [# 6 1 #] to disable the call forward – no answer sequence, or [# 2 1 #]
to disable the call forward – immediate sequence.
Telco Arm/Disarm Dialing Digits
Digit required
Number to program
Digit required
Number to program
0
0
7
7
1
1
8
8
2
2
9
9
3
3
15
[STAY]5
4
4
*
[STAY]1
5
5
#
[STAY]2
6
6
4 sec pause
[STAY]3
4. Press [AWAY]. Two beeps sound and the system returns to the disarmed state. You can
suspend the telco disarming sequence at any time. To disable the telco disarming sequence:
Enter your Installer Code and press [3][AWAY][2] [AWAY][STAY][5][AWAY].
7.2.7
Setting STAY Mode 2 Bypass Zones
This function allows the installer to select the zones that are automatically isolated when the
system is armed in STAY Mode 2.
To arm the system in STAY Mode 2, press and hold [0] until two beeps sound. Refer to Arming
the system from STAY Mode 2, page 54 for more information.
To set STAY Mode 2 zones:
1. Enter the passcode and press [4][AWAY]. Three beeps sound and the STAY indicator
flashes.
2. Enter the number of the zone you want to automatically isolate and press [STAY]. The
corresponding zone indicator flashes.
3. Repeat step 2 for each zone you want to select.
Notice!
As each zone is selected to be isolated, the corresponding zone indicator flashes. If you make
a mistake, enter the incorrect zone number and press [STAY]. This zone is no longer selected
to be isolated and the zone indicator is extinguished.
4. Press [AWAY]. Two beeps sound and the system returns to the disarmed state. The
indicators for the zones you selected and the STAY indicator are extinguished.
Example
If you want to select zones 2, 5, and 6, enter:
[1 2 3 4 4][AWAY][2][STAY][5][STAY][6][STAY] [AWAY]
You can disable selected zones to be automatically isolated for STAY Mode 2 at any time.
To disable STAY Mode 2 zones:
Enter your passcode and press [4][AWAY] [AWAY].
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Turning Outputs On and Off
If an output is programmed for remote operation, you can turn the remote output on or off
using this Master Code function or remotely using the A-Link Software or smartphone
application (RSC).
To use this Master Code function, you must program one or more of the outputs with these
Output Event Types:
Remote control output 1 = Output Event Type 2,8
Remote control output 2 = Output Event Type 2,9
Remote control output 3 = Output Event Type 2,10
Remote control output 4 = Output Event Type 6,2
Remote control output 5 = Output Event Type 6,3
Remote control outputs 6 = Output Event Types 6,4
Remote control outputs 7 = Output Event Types 6,5
Remote control outputs 8 = Output Event Types 6,6
Remote control outputs 9 = Output Event Types 6,7
Remote control outputs 10 = Output Event Types 6,8
Remote control outputs 11 = Output Event Types 6,9
Remote control output 12 = Output Event Type 6,10
To turn an output on from the remote codepad:
1. Enter your Master Code and press [5][AWAY]. Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Enter the number of the output (1 to 12) and press [AWAY]. Three beeps sound and the
output turns on.
3. Repeat Step2to turn on another output.
4. Press [AWAY] to exit from this function. Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators are extinguished.
Example
If Output 2 is programmed as 2,9,1,0,0,0 in Locations 442 to 447, the Master Code holder can
turn on this output by entering:
[2 5 8 0 5][AWAY][2][AWAY][AWAY]
To turn an output off from the remote codepad:
1. Enter your Master Code and press [5][AWAY]. Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Enter the number of the output (1 to 12) and press [STAY]. Two beeps sound and the
output turns off.
3. Repeat Step2to turn off another output.
4. Press [AWAY] button to exit from this function. Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators are extinguished.
7.2.9
Setting the Date and Time
Use this function when the date and time must be changed or if the system was powered
down.
If the date and time is not set, the date and time fault appears only when the Auto Arming
Time is programmed in Locations 482 to 485, or when you enter Fault Analysis Mode by
holding down [5].
To set the new date and time:
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1. Enter your Master Code and press [6][AWAY]. Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Enter the day, month, year, hour, and minute in DD, MM, YY, HH, MM format (where DD is
the day of the month, MM is the month of the year, YY is the year, HH is the hour of the day,
and MM is the minute of the day) and press [AWAY]. Use 24:00 hour format when
programming the hour of the day. Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY indicators are
extinguished. If a long beep sounds, an error occurred when you entered the date and time.
Example
To set the date and time for 1st January 2009 at 10:30 PM, enter:
[2 5 8 0 6][AWAY][0 1 0 1 0 9 2 2 3 0][AWAY]
7.2.10
Walk Test Mode
Walk Test Mode allows you to test detection devices to ensure they are functioning correctly.
Before activating Walk Test Mode, isolate any zones that are not required for testing. Refer to
Isolating zones, page 56 for more information.
To enter Walk Test Mode:
1. Enter the passcode and press [7][AWAY]. Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash. The codepad beeps once per sec when Walk Test Mode is active.
2. Unseal and seal the zones to be tested. The codepad sounds one long beep and the horn
speaker sounds one short beep each time a zone is sealed or unsealed.
3. Press [AWAY] to exit from this function. Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators are extinguished. The system returns to the disarmed state.
7.2.11
Event Non-Volatile Memory Recall Mode
This function allows you to play back the last 40 system events that occurred. Event Nonvolatile Memory Recall Mode reports all alarms and each arming or disarming of the system
and helps with troubleshooting system faults. The events are shown using the codepad
indicators. The event memory is not lost even with the power supply off.
To enter Event Memory Recall Mode:
Enter your Master Code and press [8][AWAY]. Three beeps sound. The events are played back
by the codepad indicators in reverse chronological order.
Example
If the events occurred in the following order:
Sequence
Event
1
System armed in AWAY Mode
2
Alarm in Zone 3
3
Alarm in Zone 4
4
System disarmed
5
System armed in STAY Mode
The alarm memory plays back in this order:
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Event
1
ON, Zone 2, STAY
Stay armed by User 2
2
OFF, Zone 1
Disarmed by User 1
3
Zone 4, AWAY
Alarm in Zone 4
4
Zone 3, AWAY
Alarm in Zone 3
5
ON, Zone 2, AWAY
AWAY armed by User 2
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Each event is indicated by a beep every 2 second and a lit indicator. You can also press [STAY]
key to review the last event.
After the last event, three beeps sound to indicate the end of playback. You can stop the
replay at any time by pressing [AWAY].
Notice!
If the system is armed in STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2, the STAY indicator shows the event
memory playback. There is no differentiation between STAY Mode 1 and STAY Mode 2.
If the control panel is powered down, the memory of all events is saved.
7.3
User Code Functions
Arm or Disarm Both Areas at the Same Time
This User Code function operates only with partitioned systems and allows User Codes
allocated to both Area 1 and Area 2 to arm or disarm both areas at the same time.
This feature allows a user assigned to both areas to arm or disarm the system by pressing one
extra button on a partitioned codepad rather than entering a code on each partitioned
codepad. To enable this feature, select Option 2 in Location 501 (refer to Partitioning Options
2, page 111).
To arm or disarm both areas at the same time:
Enter your User Code and press [0][AWAY]. Two beeps sound and both areas are armed or
disarmed from AWAY Mode.
You can also arm/disarm both areas from a common codepad (assigned to both areas) with a
common user code (assigned to both areas).
7.4
Hold-Down Functions
Hold-down functions allow easy activation of specific operations. When you hold down a
button for 2 sec, two beeps sound and the corresponding function operates.
7.4.1
Arm the System in AWAY Mode
Holding down [#] until two beeps sound arms the system in AWAY Mode. This hold-down
function operates only if you select Option 2 in Location 497 (refer to Consumer Options 2,
page 109).
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Arm the System in STAY Mode 1
Holding down [*] until two beeps sound arms the system in STAY Mode 1. This hold-down
function operates only if you select Option 2 in Location 497 (refer to Consumer Options 2,
page 109).
If there was no alarm during the armed cycle, holding down [*] a sec time disarms the system
from STAY Mode 1. To enable single button disarming from STAY Mode 1 using this hold-down
function, select Option 4 in Location 497.
If an alarm occurred or entry warning was activated, a valid User Code is required to disarm
the system.
7.4.3
Arm the System in STAY Mode 2
Holding down [0] until two beeps sound arms the system in STAY Mode 2. This hold-down
function operates only if you select Option 2 in Location 497 (refer to Consumer Options 2,
page 109).
If no sound alarm occurred during the armed cycle, holding down [0] a sec time disarms the
system from STAY Mode 2. To enable single button disarming from STAY Mode 2 using this
hold-down function, select Option 4 in Location 497.
If an alarm occurred or entry warning was activated, a valid User Code is required to disarm
the system.
7.4.4
Horn Speaker Test
Holding down [1] until two beeps sound activates the horn speaker for a 2-sec burst. No other
sounding device operates during this mode.
7.4.5
Bell Test
Holding down [2] until two beeps sound activates the internal screamers for a 2-sec burst. No
other sounding device operates during this mode.
7.4.6
Strobe Test
Holding down [3] operates the strobe. No other device operates during this mode.
To turn the strobe test on:
Press and hold [3] until three beeps sound. The strobe flashes.
To turn the strobe test off:
Press and hold [3] until two beeps sound. The strobe stops flashing.
7.4.7
Turning Day Alarm On and Off
Holding down [4] turns Day Alarm on or off. If you want the STAY indicator to indicate the
status of Day Alarm operation (enabled or disabled), select Option 8 in Location 496 (refer to
Consumer Options 1, page 108). When this option is selected, the STAY indicator flashes once
every 3 sec when Day Alarm is active.
To turn Day Alarm on:
Press and hold [4] until three beeps sound.
To turn Day Alarm off:
Press and hold [4] until two beeps sound.
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Fault Analysis Mode
Several system faults can be detected by the control panel. When any of these faults are
present, the FAULT indicator flashes and the codepad beeps once per minute.
To determine the type of fault:
Press and hold [5] until two beeps sound.
The STAY, AWAY, and FAULT indicators flash. One or more zone indicators (1 to 8) light to
indicate the type of fault that occurred.
To exit from Fault Analysis Mode:
Press [AWAY].
The STAY and AWAY indicators are extinguished and the system returns to the disarmed state.
7.4.9
Initiate a Modem Call
Holding down [6] until two beeps sound forces the control panel to dial the callback
telephone number programmed in Locations 159 to 174 in an attempt to connect to the
installer’s remote computer.
The remote computer must be running the A-Link Software and must be set to Waiting for an
Incoming Call. If no callback telephone number is programmed, holding down [6] has no
effect.
7.4.10
Reset Latching Outputs
Holding down [7] until two beeps sound resets any output that is programmed to remain on
after it is activated. The output must be programmed with a latching polarity.
7.4.11
Change the Codepad Buzzer Tone
Holding down [8] continuously changes the tone of the buzzer in the remote codepad. There
are 50 different tones from 1500 Hz to 5000 Hz. In an installation with multiple codepads, you
can set a different tone for each codepad.
To change the buzzer tone:
1. Press and hold [8] continuously. The tone of the buzzer increases in pitch.
2. Release [8] button when you hear the desired tone.
Notice!
Every time the system is powered down, you must reset each codepad to its individual tone
using this function.
On partitioned control panels, this hold-down function also indicates the area to which the
codepad belongs.
To determine the area to which the codepad belongs:
1. Press and hold [8] until two beeps sound. A zone indicator lights to show the area to which
the codepad belongs.
Zone 1 = Area 1 codepad
Zone 2 = Area 2 codepad
Zone1,2 = Common Codepad for both Area1 and Area2
If no zone indicator lights, the codepad is set up incorrectly or an incorrect codepad is used.
2. Press [AWAY] to exit from this mode.
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Send Test Report
Holding down [9] until two beeps sound transmits a Test Report (Contact ID Event Code 602)
to test the reporting capabilities of the system without activating the sirens.
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Domestic Dialing
The locations of the primary and secondary telephone numbers for Receiver 1 or Receiver 2
are used for base station and domestic dialing.
8.1
Domestic Dialing Funtion
When the control panel is activated into alarm, it dials the primary number. If a busy tone is
detected, the control panel hangs up and dials the primary number again. The control panel
will try dialing the primary number up to 3 times. If all three attempts are unsuccessful, the
control panel tries dialing the secondary number. The control panel will try the secondary
number up to 3 times. If all dialing attempts are unsuccessful, the control panel discontinues
dialing. If another alarm is activated, the dialing sequence above starts over again.
If a busy tone is not detected, the control panel assumes the telephone was answered and
sends its transmission. The transmission sequence consists of an identification beep, followed
by a siren tone and a long pause. The transmission sequence is repeated until the control
panel receives an acknowledgment tone during the pause. The control panel automatically
hangs up after the transmission sequence is repeated 10 times. If more than one control panel
reports to the same telephone number, the identification beep allows the customer to verify
the control panel that called.
The identification beep is programmed in Location 039 of the Subscriber ID Number for
Receiver 1 or Location 079 of the Subscriber ID Number for Receiver 2.
Notice!
When set up for Domestic Dialing Format, the control panel attempts a maximum of six calls
for each alarm event (3 on the primary number and 3 on the secondary number of a receiver).
This count includes any unsuccessful calls. The counter is reset if the zone is reactivated and
the control panel attempts an additional six calls. The control panel stops dialing after six
attempts or three successful calls. The control panel also stops dialing if a valid User Code is
entered at the remote codepad. If both Receiver 1 and Receiver 2 are programmed for
domestic dialing, the maximum number of calls for each alarm event is twelve.
To acknowledge domestic dialing:
If the received call is not acknowledged during any of the transmission pauses by pressing the
[*] button on a touch-tone telephone, the control panel repeats its transmission sequence 10
times. Then it hangs up and repeats the sequence up to two more times. If the call is
successfully acknowledged, the control panel hangs up and makes no more calls for that
event.
8.2
Setting Up and Programming Domestic Reporting
Programming the control panel for domestic reporting is extremely simple when using the
Installer’s Programming Command 965.
To set up the control panel for domestic dialing:
1. Enter the Installer Code and press [AWAY] to enter Installer’s Programming Mode. Two
beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY indicators flash.
2.
Enter [9 6 5] and press [AWAY]. Two beeps sound. The control panel is now set up for
Domestic Dialing Format.
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Enter [9 6 0] and press [AWAY] to exit from Installer’s Programming Mode. Two beeps
sound and the STAY and AWAY indicators are extinguished. The system returns to the
disarmed state.
4.
Or skipping steps 1 - 3, with a text codepad, enter the installer code and press [AWAY] to
enter Installer's Programming Mode, go to menu 747 Set Up Domestic Dialing Format,
then exit with saving.
5.
To program your telephone numbers, enter your Master Code and press [2][AWAY]. Three
beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY indicators flash. There are 4 telephone number
locations. Numbers 1 and 2 are for receiver 1. Numbers 3 and 4 are for receiver 2. After
the [965] command, the receiver 1 format is domestic and receiver 2 format is contact ID.
Press [1] to view and set/modify telephone number 1 followed by [AWAY] to complete
the process. If you still want to set telephone number 2, you will have to enter Master
Code and press [2][AWAY], then press [2] to select number 2. If any telephone numbers
are already programmed, they are displayed one digit at a time using the codepad
indicators. If no telephone numbers are programmed, two additional beeps sound after
you enter this mode. These two beeps normally sound after the last digit of the last
phone number is displayed.
6.
Enter the digits for telephone number 1, one digit at a time. As you enter each digit, the
corresponding codepad indicator lights. If using a text codepad, the programmed number
and new entered number are displayed.
7.
After the last digit of the telephone number, press [AWAY] to exit from this mode.
Digit Required
Number to Program
Digit Required
Nuber to Program
0
0
8
8
1
1
9
9
2
2
3
3
*
[STAY]1
4
4
#
[STAY]2
5
5
4 sec pause
[STAY]3
6
6
7
7
terminator
[STAY]5
Table 8.1: Domestic Dialing Digits
Example
To program telephone numbers (96721777-primary and 96721233-backup) for receiver 1,
enter the following sequence:
[2 5 8 0 2][AWAY][1][AWAY][9 6 7 2 1 7 7 7][AWAY][2 5 8 0 2][AWAY][2][AWAY] [4 9 6 7 21 2
3 3][AWAY]
You can cancel domestic dialing at any time (for example, you are moving and do not want the
system to continue calling your work place or mobile phone).
To disable domestic dialing:
Enter your Master Code and press [2][AWAY] [1][STAY][5][AWAY]. Once the primary number
is disabled, the secondary number will be unavailable also.
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Day Alarm Information
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Location 265
Default 0
1
Zone 1
2
Zone 2
4
Zone 3
8
Zone 4
This location has four programming options. You can select any combination of the options by
programming a single value. Calculate this value by adding the option bit numbers together.
Day Alarm allows some zones to be monitored when the system is disarmed. Indications are
available at any of the programmable outputs, including the codepad buzzer. This function
accommodates latching and non-latching Day Alarm Output Event Types.
When the system is armed in AWAY Mode, STAY Mode 1, or STAY Mode 2, zones programmed
as Day Alarm Zones activate the sirens and report just as non-Day Alarm Zones do. When Day
Alarm is activated, it ignores any zone Pulse Count settings programmed for that zone (that is,
the zone Pulse Count is only relevant when the system is armed).
Example
You can set up a Day Alarm at the front door of a shop with a pressure mat or electronic beam
that is activated when a customer enters the shop. When a customer walks on the pressure
mat or breaks the electronic beam, the codepad buzzer beeps.
9.1.1
Day Alarm Resetting
An output that is programmed for Day Alarm Resetting operates when a zone programmed for
Day Alarm is activated. The output is reset after the zone is resealed. This occurs only when
the system is disarmed. Refer to Output Event Types, page 132 for more information.
9.1.2
Day Alarm Latching
An output that is programmed for Day Alarm Latching operates when a zone programmed for
Day Alarm is activated. The zone indicator and the latching output resets when [AWAY] is
pressed. This occurs only when the system is disarmed. Refer to Output Event Types, page 132
for more information.
9.1.3
Day Alarm Operation
If a zone is programmed for Day Alarm, the zone can be isolated in the normal way so that it
does not register as a Day Alarm Zone when the system is disarmed. You can use only Zones 1
to 4 as Day Alarm Zones.
You can program the STAY indicator to indicate whether Day Alarm is turned on or off by
selecting Option 8 in Location 496 (refer to Consumer Options 1, page 108). When Day Alarm
is on, the STAY indicator flashes once every 3 seconds.
You can program an output to mimic a zone for monitoring Zones 5 to 8. Refer to Output Event
Types, page 132.
To turn Day Alarm on:
Press and hold [4] until three beeps sound.
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To turn Day Alarm off:
Press and hold [4] until two beeps sound.
9.2
EOL Resistor Value
Location 266
0
No EOL
1
1K (brown, black, red)
2
1K5 (brown, green, red)
3
2K2 (red, red, red)
4
3K3 (orange, orange, black, brown) 1%
5
3K9 (orange, white, red)
6
4K7 (yellow, violet, red)
7
5K6 (green, blue, red)
8
6K8 (blue, grey, black, brown) 1%
9
10K (brown, black, orange)
10
12K (brown, red, orange)
11
22K (red, red, orange)
12
Reserved
13
Reserved
14
Split EOL (3K3/6K8) with tamper (1K)
15
Split EOL 1% resistors
You can program the control panel for different end-of- line (EOL) resistor values. This is a
global parameter that affects all zones simultaneously. This feature allows you to install the
control panel at an existing site without changing the EOL resistors. This feature also
increases the security of the system because eleven possible EOL resistor values can be used,
which makes it extremely difficult to tamper with the system.
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ZONE 1
(3K3 EOL)
NO
ZONE 5 (ICP-SOL2-P)
ZONE 9 (ICP-SOL3-P)
(6K8 EOL)
NC
ZONE 1
4
NO
NC TAMPER
1K0
1K0
Z1 COM Z2
TAMPER NC
ZONE 1
Z1 COM Z2
Z1 COM Z2
3
NC
Z1 COM Z2
2
1
NC
NC
ZONE 5 (ICP-SOL2-P)
ZONE 9 (ICP-SOL3-P)
(6K8 EOL)
ZONE 1
(3K3 EOL)
Callout - Description
1 – Zone without resistor (Location 266 = 0 (No EOL)
2 – Single Zone input (Location 266 = 1k, 1k5, 2k2, 3k3, 3k9, 4k7, 5k6, 6k8, 10k, 12k, 22k)
3 –Double Zone with tamper (Location 266 = 14 [Split EOL3K3 / 6K8 with tamper
4 – Double Zone input (Location 266 = 15 (Split EOL 3k3 / 6k8))
9.3
Zone Programming
The programming information for each zone is stored in seven locations divided into three
groups. The first three locations determine how the zone operates, the next two locations set
up a number of zone options, and the last two locations store the communicator reporting
information for the zone.
Zone Operating Information
These locations store the Zone Type (for example, Delay-1, Instant, or 24-Hour), the Zone
Pulse Count, and the Zone Pulse Count Time. The Zone Pulse Count specifies the number of
times the zone must activate within the time specified in the Zone Pulse Count Time. Refer to
Zone Types, page 90, Zone Pulse Count, page 92, and Zone Pulse Count Time, page 92 for
more information.
Zone Options
These two locations allow you to select from a number of options. Refer to Zone Options 1,
page 93 and Zone Options 2, page 94 for more information.
Zone Reporting Information
This information includes the locations for the Zone Reserved and the Zone Report Options.
The Zone Reserved determines if the control panel sends Alarm Reports for the zone.
The Zone Report Options location enables you to specify how a zone reports to a base station
receiver. Refer to Zone Report Options, page 95 for more information.
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Zone Defaults
You can program Zones 1 to 16 as any zone type.
Location 267 to 378
Location
Default
Zone Type
267
0
Zone Pulse Count
268
0
Zone Pulse Count Time
269
0
Zone Options 1
270
1
Zone Options 2
271
12
Reserved
272
1
Report Options
273
1
Zone Type
274
9
Zone Pulse Count
275
0
Zone Pulse Count Time
276
0
Zone Options 1
277
1
Zone Options 2
278
12
Reserved
279
1
Report Options
280
1
Zone Type
281
15
Zone Pulse Count
282
0
Zone Pulse Count Time
283
0
Zone Options 1
284
1
Zone Options 2
285
14
Reserved
286
1
Report Options
287
1
Zone Type
288
15
Zone Pulse Count
289
0
Zone Pulse Count Time
290
0
Zone Options 1
291
1
Zone #01 (Default = Delay-1)
Zone #02 (Default = Handover)
Zone #03 (Default = Handover)
Zone #04 (Default = Handover)
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Location 267 to 378
Location
Default
Zone Options 2
292
14
Reserved
293
1
Report Options
294
1
Zone Type
295
15
Zone Pulse Count
296
0
Zone Pulse Count Time
297
0
Zone Options 1
298
1
Zone Options 2
299
14
Reserved
300
1
Report Options
301
1
Zone Type
302
0
Zone Pulse Count
303
0
Zone Pulse Count Time
304
0
Zone Options 1
305
1
Zone Options 2
306
14
Reserved
307
1
Report Options
308
1
Zone Type
309
0
Zone Pulse Count
310
0
Zone Pulse Count Time
311
0
Zone Options 1
312
1
Zone Options 2
313
12
Reserved
314
1
Report Options
315
1
Zone Type
316
9
Zone Pulse Count
317
0
Zone Pulse Count Time
318
0
Zone Options 1
319
1
Zone #05 (Default = Instant)
Zone #06 (Default = Instant)
Zone #07 (Default = Instant)
Zone #08 (Default = 24-hr Tamper)
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Location 267 to 378
Location
Default
Zone Options 2
320
12
Reserved
321
1
Report Options
322
1
Zone Type
323
15
Zone Pulse Count
324
0
Zone Pulse Count Time
325
0
Zone Options 1
326
1
Zone Options 2
327
14
Reserved
328
1
Report Options
329
1
Zone Type
330
15
Zone Pulse Count
331
0
Zone Pulse Count Time
332
0
Zone Options 1
333
1
Zone Options 2
334
14
Reserved
335
1
Report Options
336
1
Zone Type
337
15
Zone Pulse Count
338
0
Zone Pulse Count Time
339
0
Zone Options 1
340
1
Zone Options 2
341
14
Reserved
342
1
Report Options
343
1
Zone Type
344
15
Zone Pulse Count
345
0
Zone Pulse Count Time
346
0
Zone Options 1
347
1
Zone #09 (Default = Instant)
Zone #10 (Default = Instant)
Zone #11 (Default = Instant)
Zone #12 (Default = Instant)
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Location 267 to 378
Location
Default
Zone Options 2
348
14
Reserved
349
1
Report Options
350
1
Zone Type
351
15
Zone Pulse Count
352
0
Zone Pulse Count Time
353
0
Zone Options 1
354
1
Zone Options 2
355
14
Reserved
356
1
Report Options
357
1
Zone Type
358
15
Zone Pulse Count
359
0
Zone Pulse Count Time
360
0
Zone Options 1
361
1
Zone Options 2
362
14
Reserved
363
1
Report Options
364
1
Zone Type
365
15
Zone Pulse Count
366
0
Zone Pulse Count Time
367
0
Zone Options 1
368
1
Zone Options 2
369
14
Reserved
370
1
Report Options
371
1
Zone Type
372
15
Zone Pulse Count
373
0
Zone Pulse Count Time
374
0
Zone Options 1
375
1
Zone #13 (Default = Instant)
Zone #14 (Default = Instant)
Zone #15 (Default = Instant)
Zone #16 (Default = Instant)
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Location 267 to 378
Location
Default
Zone Options 2
376
14
Reserved
377
1
Report Options
378
1
The ICP-SOL2-P control panel supports up to 8 zones. The ICP-SOL3-P control panel supports
up to16 zones. Zone 9-16 can only be used in ICP-SOL3-P control panels when the EOL
Resistor Value is set as 14 or 15.
9.3.2
Zone Types
The zone types are listed in the table below.
Zone Type
Description
0
Instant
1
Handover
2
Delay-1
3
Delay-2
4
Reserved
5
Reserved
6
24-Hour Medical
7
24-Hour Panic
8
24-Hour Holdup
9
24-Hour Tamper
10
Reserverd
11
Keyswitch
12
24-Hour Burglary
13
24-Hour Fire
14
Chime Only
15
Not Used
0 – Instant Zone
An Instant Zone (Contact ID Event Code 130) immediately sounds the sirens and operates the
communication module if it is unsealed after the Exit Timer expires.
If an Instant Zone is not restored when the time the system is disarmed, a Zone Restore
Report is automatically sent to the receiving party.
1 – Handover Zone
A Handover Zone (Contact ID Event Code 130) acts as an Instant Zone if it is activated by
itself. If a Handover Zone is activated after a Delay Zone, the remaining Delay Time is handed
over from the Delay Zone to the Handover Zone.
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Handover can be sequential or non-sequential. The default settings is sequential handover.
You can disable sequential handover by disabling Option 8 in Location 494
Handover Zone is not restored when the system is disarmed, a Zone Restore Report is
automatically sent to the receiving party.
2 – Delay-1 Zone
A Delay-1 Zone (Contact ID Event Code 130) has a delay time determined by the value in
Locations 466 and 467 After Entry Time expires, the system activates an alarm.
If a Delay-1 Zone is not restored when the system is disarmed, a Zone Restore Report is
automatically sent to the receiving party.
3 – Delay-2 Zone
A Delay-2 Zone (Contact ID Event Code 130) has a delay time determined by the value in
Locations 468 and 469. After Entry Time expires, the system activates an alarm.
If a Delay-2 Zone is not restored when the system is disarmed, a Zone Restore Report is
automatically sent to the receiving party.
6 – 24-Hour Medical Zone
A 24-Hour Medical Zone (Contact ID Event Code100) is always ready to activate the
communication module, horn speaker, bell, and strobe, whether the system is armed or
disarmed. A Medical Report is transmitted to the base station receiver. A 24-Hour Medical
Zone does not send a Restore Report until the zone is restored.
7 – 24-Hour Panic Zone
A 24-Hour Panic Zone (Contact ID Event Code 120) is always ready to activate the
communication module, horn speaker, bell, and strobe, whether the system is armed or
disarmed. A Panic Report is transmitted to the base station receiver. A 24-Hour Panic Zone
does not send a Restore Report until the zone is restored.
8 – 24-Hour Holdup Zone
A 24-Hour Holdup Zone (Contact ID Event Code122) is always ready to activate the
communication module, horn speaker, bell, and strobe, whether the system is armed or
disarmed. If you want the holdup alarm to be silent, select Option 4 in the first Zone Options
location. A 24-Hour Holdup Zone does not send a Restore Report until the zone is restored.
9 – 24-Hour Tamper Zone
A 24-Hour Tamper Zone (Contact ID Event Code137) is always ready to activate the
communication module, horn speaker, bell, and strobe, whether the system is armed or
disarmed. A 24-Hour Tamper zone does not send a Restore Report until the zone is restored.
11 – Keyswitch Zone
Use a Keyswitch Zone to connect a keyswitch to operate the system. The zone number is
reported as a User Code when arming and disarming using this method of operation. (Contact
ID Event Code 409 for Keyswitch Away Arm, 442 for Keyswitch Stay 1 Arm).
12 – 24-Hour Burglary Zone
A 24-Hour Burglary Zone (Contact ID Event Code133) is always ready to activate the
communication module, horn speaker, bell, and strobe, whether the system is armed or
disarmed. A 24-Hour Burglary zone does not send a Restore Report until the zone is restored.
13 – 24-Hour Fire Zone
A 24-Hour Fire Zone (Contact ID Event Code 110) is always ready to activate the
communication module, horn speaker, bell, and strobe, whether the system is armed or
disarmed. A distinct fire sound is emitted through the horn speaker to indicate this type of
alarm. This fire sound is completely different from the burglary sound. A 24-Hour Fire zone
does not send a Restore Report until the zone is restored.
14 – Chime Zone
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A Chime Zone is not a burglary zone. It can never sound the sirens or activate the
communication module. Its purpose is to map the zone to a programmable output to indicate
if the zone is sealed or unsealed.
Chime zones require EOL resistors and are registered at a remote codepad. These zones do
not affect the operation of forced arming.
15 –Zone Not Used
If a zone is not used, program the zone type location to 15. An EOL resistor is not required if
this zone type is used. This zone type never sounds the sirens or activates the communication
module.
9.3.3
Zone Pulse Count
Zone pulse count is the number of times a zone must be activated before the zone registers an
alarm. The number can vary from 0 to 15. The zone pulse count value is relative to the time
frame (that is, the number of pulses that must be present during a particular time frame).
Zone Pulse Count = 0, means the Zone Pulse Count function is disabled. Refer to Zone Pulse
Count Time, page 92 for more information.
Notice!
A zone that is programmed with a pulse count activates an alarm when it is continuously
unsealed for 10 sec. A 24- Hour Fire Zone programmed with a pulse count activates an alarm
when it is continuously unsealed for 30 sec.
Zone Pulse Count Handover
Zone pulse count handover operates only with Zone Pulse Count Time options 8 to 15.
Any zone that registers one active pulse automatically increments any other zone pulse count
that already registered at least one activate pulse during its respective time. To enable this
feature, select Option 4 in Location 494 (refer to System Options 3, page 107.
Notice!
24-Hour Zones will not receive all handover pulses from other zones. 24-Hour Zones can
handover pulses to other zones.
9.3.4
Zone Pulse Count Time
Zone pulse count time is the time frame or period over which the programmed number of
pulses must register to activate an alarm.
Zone Pulse Count Times
20 ms Option
Loop Response Time
150 ms Option
(sec)
Loop Response Time
(sec)
0
0.5
8
20
1
1
9
30
2
2
10
40
3
3
11
50
4
4
12
60
5
5
13
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Loop Response Time
150 ms Option
(sec)
93
Loop Response Time
(sec)
6
10
14
120
7
15
15
200
For zone pulse count time, options 0 to 7 have a zone loop response time of 20 ms and
options 8 to 15 have a zone loop response time of 150 ms. Loop response time is the length of
time a zone must be unsealed before it can register as a valid pulse.
Inertia sensors should use options 0 to 7 and PIR detectors should use options 8 to 15.
Notice!
24-Hour Zones cannot receive any handover pulses from other zones. 24-Hour Zones can hand
over pulses to other zones.
9.3.5
Zone Options 1
This location has four programming options. You can select any combination of the options by
programming a single value. Calculate this value by adding the option bit numbers together.
Option
Description
1
Lockout Siren/Lockout Report
2
Delay Alarm reporting
4
Silent Alarm
8
Sensor Watch
1 – Lockout Siren and Lockout Report
Lockout refers to one activation per arming cycle (that is, a zone programmed for Lockout can
activate the sirens or communication module only once).
The next time the system is armed, the zone can activate the sirens and report once more.
Restore signals are sent when the system is disarmed.
Lockout Siren and Lockout Report are separate for each zone. If a zone's siren or report is
locked out, the other zone's siren or report still can be activated.
Use Location 379 to set the number of times the siren is allowed to activate before it is locked
out. Use Location 380 to set the number of times the communication module is activated
before lockout takes effect.
When a zone is activated before Siren Running Time (Location 479) is expired, if any other
zone is activated, its Swinger Shutdown Count for Siren and Swinger Shutdown Count for
Report will not increase 1. If any other zone is activated, its Swinger Shutdown Count for
Siren and Swinger Shutdown Count for Report will increase 1 only after Siren Running Time
(Location 479) is expired,.
2 – Delay Alarm Reporting
Select this option to allow the reporting of alarms on selected zones to be delayed so that a
user can enter a code to cancel alarms that are not required to report. All sounding devices
(horn speaker, strobe, and bell outputs) operate as soon as the alarm occurs, but the
communication module does not operate until the delay time programmed in Locations 474
and 475 expires.
4 – Silent Alarm
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Select this option to program a zone as silent. A silent zone does not activate the horn
speaker, bell, or strobe outputs. It activates the Silent Alarm output. The communicator and all
other programmable outputs function according to the parameters programmed for the zone.
8 – Sensor Watch
Sensor watch allows the control panel to recognize when detection devices might have
stopped working. This feature monitors the operation of a zone over the time period
programmed in Locations 476 and 477.
This value specifies how many 24-hour periods a zone can remain continuously sealed before
it registers as a Sensor Watch fault. The number of hours required to fulfill these 24-hour
periods is calculated only when the system is disarmed. Every time the system is armed in the
AWAY Mode, STAY Mode 1, or STAY Mode 2, the Sensor Watch Timer pauses its count. The
Sensor Watch Timer continues its count the next time the system is disarmed.
Example
If the Sensor Watch Time is programmed for 2 days and the premises is armed for 12 hours
and disarmed for 12 hours each day, it takes 4 days before a zone can register a Sensor Watch
fault.
9.3.6
Zone Options 2
This location has four programming options. You can select any combination of the options by
programming a single value. Calculate this value by adding the option bit numbers together.
Option
Description
1
Isolate in STAY Mode 1
2
Zone Isolation Allowed
4
Forced Arming Allowed
8
Zone Restore Report
1 – Isolate in STAY Mode 1
If this option is selected, the zone can be automatically isolated when the system is armed in
STAY Mode 1.
If this option is not selected and the system is armed in STAY Mode 1, the zone activates an
alarm when activated as it normally would in AWAY Mode.
You can specify a global entry time for all zones, except for 24-Hour Zones, when the system is
armed in STAY Mode 1. You program this time in Locations 472 and 473. The Entry Guard
Timer overrides the delay time programmed for a Delay Zone. If you program the Entry Guard
Timer as 0, each zone acts according to its programmed zone type.
Refer to Arming the System in STAY Mode 1, page 53 for more information.
2 – Zone Isolation Allowed
If this option is selected, the operator can isolate the zone before arming the system. If this
option is not selected, the zone cannot be manually isolated. When a zone is manually
isolated, a Zone Bypass Report (Contact ID Event Code 570) is sent. Refer to Isolating zones,
page 56 for more information.
When isolating 24-Hour Zones, the system automatically sends a Zone Bypass Report when the
zone is selected to be isolated. All non-24-Hour zones send a Bypass Report only when the
system is armed.
4 – Forced Arming Allowed
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If this option is selected, the system can be armed with the zone unsealed. If this option is not
selected, the system does not allow the User Code holder to arm the system until the zone is
sealed or manually isolated. Refer to Isolating zones, page 56 for more information.
8 – Zone Restore Report
If this option is selected, the zone sends Restore Reports when the zone is restored. If this
option is not selected, the zone does not send Restore Reports when the zone is restored.
If a non-24-Hour zone is not restored when the system is disarmed, the system automatically
sends a Zone Restore Report for that zone. All 24-Hour zones send a Zone Restore Report only
when the zone is restored.
9.3.7
Zone Report Options
By default, a zone reports only to Receiver 1. The table below lists the reporting options for
the zone.
9.3.8
Option
Description
0
No report required
1
Receiver 1
2
Receiver 2
4
Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
8
Receiver 2 only when Receiver 1 fails
Keyswitch Zone Options
The table below lists the options available to Keyswitch Zones. If you program a zone as a
keyswitch input (Zone Type 11), program the selected Keyswitch Zone options in the location
normally used for Zone Options 1.
Option
Description
0
Latching arm and disarm in AWAY Mode
1
Latching arm in AWAY Mode
2
Latching disarm from AWAY Mode, STAY Mode1, or STAY Mode 2
4
Latching arm and disarm in STAY Mode 1
5
Latching arm in STAY Mode 1
6
Latching disarm from STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2
8
Momentary arm and disarm in AWAY Mode
9
Momentary arm in AWAY Mode
10
Momentary disarm from AWAY Mode, STAY Mode1, or STAY Mode 2
12
Momentary arm and disarm in STAY Mode 1
13
Momentary arm in STAY Mode 1
14
Momentary disarm from STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2
0 – Latching Arm and Disarm in AWAY Mode
The system is armed or disarmed from AWAY Mode when using the latching keyswitch input.
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1 – Latching Arm in AWAY Mode
The system is armed in AWAY Mode when using the latching keyswitch input. Disarming the
system is not permitted from the Keyswitch Zone.
2 – Latching Disarm from AWAY Mode, STAY Mode1, or STAY Mode 2
The system is disarmed from AWAY Mode, STAY Mode 1, or STAY Mode 2 when using the
latching keyswitch input. Arming the system is not permitted from the Keyswitch Zone.
4 – Latching Arm and Disarm in STAY Mode 1
The system is armed or disarmed in STAY Mode 1 when using the latching keyswitch input.
Arming and disarming the system in AWAY Mode is not permitted from the Keyswitch Zone.
5 – Latching Arm in STAY Mode 1
The system is armed in STAY Mode 1 when using the latching keyswitch input. Arming the
system in AWAY Mode or disarming the system is not permitted from the Keyswitch Zone.
6 – Latching Disarm from STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2
The system is disarmed from STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2 when using the latching keyswitch
input. Arming the system in STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2, or arming and disarming the system
in AWAY Mode is permitted from the Keyswitch Zone.
8 – Momentary Arm and Disarm in AWAY Mode
The system is armed or disarmed from AWAY Mode when using the momentary keyswitch
input.
9 – Momentary Arm in AWAY Mode
The system is armed in AWAY Mode when using the momentary keyswitch input. Disarming the
system is not permitted from the Keyswitch Zone.
10 – Momentary Disarm from AWAY Mode, STAY Mode 1, or STAY Mode 2
The system is disarmed from either AWAY Mode, STAY Mode 1, or STAY Mode 2 when using
the momentary keyswitch input. Arming the system is not permitted from the Keyswitch Zone.
12 – Momentary Arm and Disarm in STAY Mode 1
The system is armed or disarmed in STAY Mode 1 when using the momentary keyswitch input.
Arming and disarming the system in AWAY Mode is not permitted from the Keyswitch Zone.
13 – Momentary Arm in STAY Mode 1
The system is armed in STAY Mode 1 when using the momentary keyswitch input. Arming the
system in AWAY Mode or disarming the system is not permitted from the Keyswitch Zone.
14 – Momentary Disarm from STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2
The system is disarmed from STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2 when using the momentary
keyswitch input. Arming the system in STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2, or arming and disarming
the system from AWAY Mode is not permitted from the Keyswitch Zone.
Wiring Diagram for Keyswitch Zone
Wiring Diagram for Keyswitch Zone Using
Z1 COM Z2
Z1 COM Z2
Split EOL with Tamper
1
2
1
1 – EOL
1 – EOL
2 – Keyswitch (Momentary/Toggle)
2 – Keyswitch (Momentary/Toggle)
Table 9.1: Wiring Diagram for Keyswitch Zone
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Swinger Shutdown Count for Siren
Location 379
Default 3
1 to 15
Number of times siren operates until lockout
Location 379 determines the number of times the sirens can be activated before lockout
options take effect. This location has no effect unless you program at least one zone for
lockout siren. Refer to Zone Options 1, page 93 for more information.
Only alarms activated from zone inputs can increment the Swinger Shutdown Counter. Alarms
such as Codepad Panic, Access Denied, and other system alarms do not affect the Swinger
Shutdown Count.
Lockout Siren is separate for each zone, If a zone's siren is locked out, another zone's siren
can still be activated.
Example
Zone1 and 2 are programmed for Lockout Siren with a Swinger Shutdown Count of 2. If Zone
1 activates an alarm, the Swinger Shutdown Count is incremented by one after the end of
Siren Run Time from 0 to a swinger shutdown count of 1.
After the Siren Run Time is reset from the previous alarm, Zone 2 activates an alarm and
activates the sirens. After the sirens are reset, the swinger shutdown count is incremented
again to 1 and the swinger shutdown count for Zone1 is still 1.
If Zone 1 activates an alarm again after the sirens are reset from Zone 2, the Swinger
Shutdown Count is incremented to 2, which locks out Zone 1 only from sounding the sirens
until the system is reset, armed or disarmed.
At this point, Zone 1’s Swinger Shutdown Count for Sirens is reset to 0.
9.5
Swinger Shutdown Count for Report
Location 380
Default 6
1 to 15
Number of times the report operates until lockout
Location 380 determines the number of times the report can be activated before lockout
options take effect. This location has no effect unless you program at least one zone for
lockout report. Refer to Zone Options 1, page 93 for more information.
Only alarms activated from zone inputs can decrement the Swinger Shutdown Counter. Alarms
such as Codepad Panic, Code Retries, and other system alarms do not affect the Swinger
Shutdown Count.
Lockout Report is separate for each zone. If a zone's report is locked out, another zone's
report can still be activated. Each zone has a standalone Swinger Shutdown Count for Report.
This counter increases by 1 when a zone activates a system sound alarm from no sound alarm
state.
Use Location 492 to set smart lockout. When a zone report is locked out, if smart lockout is
enabled, lockout events on this zone are not reported if no alarm is sounding. If an alarm is
ongoing, events are reported as configured.
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Notice!
If Lockout Report is enabled for any zone, the last restore signal is not transmitted until the
system is disarmed.
Example
Zones 1 and 2 are programmed for lockout report with a Swinger Shutdown Count of 6. If
Zone 1 activates an alarm, the Swinger Shutdown Count increments to 1 when the control
panel sends the reort.
If Zone 1 reactivates the report, the Swinger Shutdown Count is incremented to 2. If Zone 1
reactivates the report three more times, the Swinger Shutdown Count is 5.
If Zone 2 activates an alarm, the Swinger Shutdown Count for Zone 2 is incremented to 1.
Swinger Shutdown Count for Zone 1 is still 5. If Zone 1 reactivates again, it locks out Zone 1
from activating the report until the system is reset. At this point, the Swinger Shutdown Count
for the Report is reset to 0 and Zone 1 is locked out. When smart lockout is enabled, if any
zone activates the siren before siren running time is expired, Zone 1 reactivates and can still
send a report.
9.6
System Status Programming
9.6.1
System Status Reporting Options
Location 427 is set by default to report only to Receiver 1. You can select whether System
Status Reports are sent to Receiver 1, Receiver 2, or both, Receiver 2 only when Receiver 1
fails, or no reporting.
9.6.2
Item
Location
Default
System Status Reporting Options
427
1
Value
Description
0
No Reports allowed
1
Report to Receiver 1
2
Report to Receiver 2
4
Report to both Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
8
Report to Receiver 2 only if Receiver 1 fails
Test Reporting Time
A Test Report (Contact ID Event Code 601/602) is a specific signal sent to the base station
receiver and is normally used to test the dialing and reporting functions of the control panel.
When programming Test Report options, specify the hour and minute of the day the report is
required, and how often to send the report. Test reports are reported on a daily basis from
every day to every fifteen days. Program the Test Report Time as 34:00 to send reports every
60 minutes.
Example
Set auto test report interval to the 37th minute of every hour, the time needs to be set as
34:37. Then the auto test report will be sent at 00:37, 01:37, 02:37, etc.
If you want to send Test Reports once every seven days at 11:35 PM (23:35), program
Locations 428 to 431 as [2 3 3 5] and location 434 as [7].
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Notice!
If automatic Test Reports are not required, program the Hour/Minute/Repeat Interval in
Locations 428 to 431 and 434 as 0.
9.6.3
Item
Location
Default
Hour of day (tens digit)
428
0
Hour of day (units digit)
429
0
Minute of day (tens digit)
430
0
Minute of day (units digit)
431
0
Repeat interval in days
434
0
Test Reporting Options
Location 435 is set by default to report only to Receiver 1. You can select whether Test
Reports are sent to Receiver 1, Receiver 2, or both, Receiver 2 only when Receiver 1 fails, or
no reporting.
9.7
Item
Location
Default
Test Reporting Communicator Options
435
1
Value
Description
0
No Reports allowed
1
Report to Receiver 1
2
Report to Receiver 2
4
Report to both Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
8
Report to Receiver 2 only if Receiver 1 fails
STAY Mode 2 Automatically Bypass Zones
STAY Mode 2 Automatically Bypass Zones can be programmed in Location 381-384. It can also
be done by master code function. Refer to Setting STAY Mode 2 Bypass Zones, page 66 for more
information.
Item
Location
Option
Default
STAY Mode 2
0381
1 = Zone 1
0
Automatically Bypass
2 = Zone 2
Zones
4 = Zone 3
New
8 = Zone 4
0382
1 = Zone 5
0
2 = Zone 6
4 = Zone 7
8 = Zone 8
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Location
Option
Default
0383
1 = Zone 9
0
2 = Zone 10
4 = Zone 11
8 = Zone 12
0384
1 = Zone 13
0
2 = Zone 14
4 = Zone 15
8 = Zone 16
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System Event Timers
This section covers the features that involve timing, such as Entry and Exit Times, Sensor
Watch Time, and Siren Run Time.
10.1
Programming Entry/Exit Timers
There are two programming locations for Entry Timer 1, Entry Timer 2, Exit Time for AWAY
Mode, and Entry Guard Time for STAY Mode.
The first location of the timer allows you to set the timer in increments of 1 sec. The sec
location allows you to set the timer in increments of 16 sec. Add these two locations together
for the total time.
Example
To set the Entry Time to 18 sec, program Location 466 as 2 (2 x 1 sec = 2 sec) and Location
467 as 1 (1 x 16 sec = 16 sec) for a total time of 18 sec (2 + 16 =18).
10.2
Entry Timer 1
Location 466 to 467
Location
Default
Increments of 1 sec (0 sec to 15 sec)
466
4
Increments of 16 sec (0 sec to 240 sec)
467
1
You can program Entry Timer 1 from 0 to 255 sec in increments of 1 sec. Entry Timer 1 is the
delay time used by the Delay-1 Zones.
10.3
Entry Timer 2
Location 468 to 467
Location
Default
Increments of 1 sec (0 sec to 15 sec)
468
8
Increments of 16 sec (0 sec to 240 sec)
467
2
You can program Entry Timer 2 from 0 to 255 sec in increments of 1 sec. Entry Timer 2 is the
delay time used by Delay-2 Zones.
10.4
Exit Timer
Location 470 to 471
Location
Default
Increments of 1 sec (0 sec to 15 sec)
470
12
Increments of 16 sec (0 sec to 240 sec)
471
3
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You can program the Exit Timer from 0 to 255 sec in increments of 1 sec. When arming the
system in AWAY Mode, the remote codepad beeps during Exit Time until the final 10 sec, when
the codepad sounds one continuous beep to indicate the end of Exit Time is near.
The remote codepad always sounds one short beep at the end of Exit Time when arming in
STAY Mode1 or STAY Mode 2.
10.5
Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode
Location 472 to 473
Location
Default
Increments of 1 sec (0 sec to 15 sec)
472
0
Increments of 16 sec (0 sec to 240 sec)
473
0
Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode is the delay time used for all zones except 24-Hour Burglary
and 24- Hour Fire Zones when the system is armed in STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2. All zones,
including Delay Zones, use this timer for the entry delay (for example, the Entry Guard Timer
overrides the delay time programmed for a Delay Zone). If the Entry Guard Timer is
programmed as 0, each zone acts according to its programmed zone type.
10.6
Delay Alarm Reporting Time
Location 474 to 475
Location
Default
Increments of 1 sec (0 sec to 15 sec)
474
0
Increments of 16 sec (0 sec to 240 sec)
475
0
These locations program the time in sec that a delayed report waits dormant in the buffer
before it is sent to the receiving party. If a User Code holder resets the alarm within this time
frame, the control panel clears the communicator buffer and does not report the alarm to the
receiving party.
10.7
Sensor Watch Time
Location 476 to 477
Location
Default
Increments of 1 sec (0 sec to 15 sec)
476
0
Increments of 16 sec (0 sec to 240 sec)
477
0
The time set in these two locations determines the number of days (0 to 99) a zone can
remain sealed before registering as a fault. This feature is active only when the system is
disarmed. If a zone programmed for Sensor Watch is not unsealed and reset during this time,
the FAULT indicator lights.
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The Sensor Watch Time counter is active only when the control panel is disarmed. If the
system is disarmed for 8 hours a day and the Sensor Watch Time is programmed for 1 day, a
zone programmed for Sensor Watch registers a Sensor Watch Fault if it is not activated while
disarmed within 3 days.
This feature is useful, for example, when someone places objects in the view of a motion
detector, which prevents the detector from picking up movement.
10.8
Codepad Lockout Time
Location 478
0
No Lockout
1 to 15
Lockout time (increments of 10 sec)
All codepads are locked out for the programmed time if an invalid code is entered more times
than allowed by the code retry attempts programmed in Location 424. If the Codepad Lockout
Time is programmed as 0, codepad lockout does not occur.
10.9
Siren Run Time
Location 479
Default 5
0
No siren time
1 to 15
Siren time in minutes
The Siren Run Time determines how long the horn speaker/siren operates during an alarm.
You can program the Siren Run Time from 0 to 15 min in 1-min intervals.
10.10
Siren Sound Rate
Location 480
Default 7
0
Slowest frequency
15
Fastest frequency
The Siren Sound Rate varies the frequency of the siren tone slowest (0) and to fastest (15).
The Siren Sound Rate does not change the frequency of the fire alarm tone.
10.11
Auto Arming Pre-Alert Timer
Location 481
0
No Alert time
1 to 15
Alert time (increments of 5 minutes)
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This location sets the time period during which the control panel warns you it is automatically
armed in AWAY Mode. The codepad beeps once every second until the Pre-Alert Timer expires:
the system then automatically arms itself in AWAY Mode. If you want the system to
automatically arm in STAY Mode 1, enable Option 4 in Location 496.
After the control panel is automatically armed in AWAY Mode or STAY Mode 1, Exit Time starts.
If a valid User Code is entered during the Pre-Alert Time, the Auto Arming Time programmed in
Locations 482 to 485 is extended by 1 hour.
If you want a programmable output to operate during the Auto Arming Pre-Alert Time, use
Output Event Type 0,5 Auto Arm Pre-Arming Alert Time.
10.12
Auto Arming Time
Location 482 to 485
Location
Default
Hour of the day (tens digit)
482
0
Hour of the day (units digit)
483
0
Minute of the day (tens digit)
484
0
Minute of the day (units digit)
485
0
These locations specify the time of day the system automatically arms itself in AWAY Mode.
Set this time in 24-hour format (for example, program 10:30 PM as 2230). If you want the
system to arm in STAY Mode 1, select Option 4 in Location 496.
If forced arming is disabled for any zone, the automatic arming feature operates regardless of
whether any zones are unsealed.
User Code 997 is reported when this feature is used. For partitioned control panels, both
areas are automatically armed in AWAY Mode at the same time each day.
10.13
Auto Disarming Time
Location 486 to 489
Location
Default
Hour of the day (tens digit)
486
0
Hour of the day (units digit)
487
0
Minute of the day (tens digit)
488
0
Minute of the day (units digit)
489
0
These locations specify the time of day the system automatically disarms itself. Set this time
in 24-hour format (for example, program 10:30 PM as 2230).
User Code 997 is reported when this feature is used. For partitioned control panels, both
areas are automatically disarmed at the same time each day.
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Kiss-Off Wait Time
Location 490
Default
3 increments of 500 ms (500 ms to 8 sec)
This location sets the time the control panel waits for acknowledgment before resending a
report. This timer applies only to Contact ID and SIA Format.
10.15
Speaker Beep Volume
Location 491
Default 13
0
No beeps
15
Loudest beeps
This location allows you to adjust the speaker volume for remote radio operation.
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Control Panel
System and Consumer Options
The locations in this section have up to four options. You can select any combination of these
options by programming a single value. Calculate this value by adding the option bit numbers
together.
11.1
System Options 1
Item
Location
Option
Default
System Options 1
0492
1 = Bosch Security Systems smart lockout
1
New
allowed
2 = Warning device monitor
4 = Strobe indication for radio arm/disarm
8 = Assign button 4 on transmitter to operate
STAY Mode 1
1 – Smart Lockout Allowed
This feature allows the control panel to remove any zones that are programmed for lockout
communicator from the lockout list when the sirens are running. This feature allows a
monitoring station to receive zone alarm reports from previously locked out zones during siren
time.
2 – Warning Device (Output1-3) Monitor
If this option is selected, the control panel detects when Output1-3 Event Type, programmed
as a Warning Device (Horn speaker, Siren Running, Strobe), is disconnected from the
terminals. The FAULT indicator lights when the Warning Device is disconnected and is
extinguished when the Warning Device is reconnected.
If an output is required to operate when the Warning Device is disconnected, use Output
Event Type 1,6 Warning Device Monitor Fail.
4 – Strobe Indications for Radio Arm/Disarm
This option allows the strobe to indicate when the system is armed and disarmed when
remotely operating the system using the RF Receiver.
Strobe Duration
System Status
3 sec
System disarmed
6 sec
System armed in AWAY Mode
6 sec
System armed in STAY Mode 1
Table 11.1: Strobe Indications for Remote Operations
8 – Assign Button 4 on Trasmitter To Operate STAY Mode 1
This option allows Button 4 on the RFKF-FB Transmitter to arm the system in STAY Mode 1.
11.2
System Options 2
Item
Location
Option
Default
System Options 2
0493
1 = Codepad panic to be silent
0
2 = Codepad fire to be silent
4 = Codepad medical to be silent
8 = Access denied (code retries) to be silent
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1 – Codepad Panic to Be Silent
If this option is selected, a Codepad Panic Alarm or Radio Remote Panic Alarm does not
operate the horn speaker, the bell, or the strobe outputs. If this option is not selected, all
three outputs operate after a Codepad Panic Alarm is activated when a user presses [1] and
[3] or [STAY] and [AWAY] at the same time on the remote codepad. Selecting this option does
not affect the operation of the communication report.
2 – Codepad Fire to Be Silent
If this option is selected, a Codepad Fire Alarm does not operate the horn speaker, the bell, or
the strobe outputs. If this option is not selected, all three outputs operate after a Codepad
Fire Alarm is activated when a user presses [4] and [6] at the same time on the remote
codepad. Selecting this option does not affect the operation of the communication report.
4 – Codepad Medical to Be Silent
If this option is selected, a Codepad Medical Alarm does not operate the horn speaker, the
bell, or the strobe outputs. If this option is not selected, all three outputs operate after a
Codepad Medical Alarm is activated when a user presses [7] and [9] at the same time on the
remote codepad. Selecting this option does not affect the operation of the communication
report.
8 – Access Denied (Code Retries) to Be Silent
If this option is selected, a Codepad PIN Error Alarm does not operate the horn speaker, bell,
or the strobe outputs. If this option is not selected, all three outputs operate after a Codepad
PIN Error Alarm occurs. Selecting this option does not affect the operation of the
communication report.
11.3
System Options 3
Item
Location
Option
Default
System Options 3
0494
1 = AC fail after 1 hr. (Disabled = after 2 min.)
8
New
2 = Ignore AC fail
4 = Pulse count handover allowed
8 = Handover delay to be sequential
1 – AC Fail after 1 Hour
If this option is selected, the MAINS indicator flashes when the AC MAINS supply is
disconnected. An AC Loss signal (Contact ID Event Code 301) is transmitted to the base
station receiver after the AC MAINS supply is disconnected continuously for longer than 60
min.
If this option is not selected, the MAINS indicator flashes and an AC Loss signal (Contact ID
Event Code 301) is transmitted to the base station receiver after the AC MAINS power is
disconnected continuously for 2 min.
The MAINS indicator stops flashing when the AC MAINS supply is restored longer than 2 min.
An AC Loss Restore Report is transmitted to the base station receiver after the AC MAINS
supply is restored continuously for more than 2 min regardless of whether this option is
selected.
2 – Ignore AC Fail
If this option is selected, the MAINS indicator does not flash and the codepad does not beep
every minute when the AC MAINS is disconnected from the control panel. If you want a
programmable output to operate when the AC MAINS fails, use Output Event Type 1,4 AC Fail.
4 – Zone Pulse Count Handover
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If this option is selected, any zone pulse count readings are handed over and accumulate to
any zone that is activated during the same arming cycle. Zone pulse count handover only
operates with zone pulse count time options 8 to 15.
Notice!
24-Hour Zones cannot receive any handover pulses from other zones. 24-Hour Zones can hand
over pulses to other zones.
8 – Handover Delay to Be Sequential
If this option is selected, handover delay is sequential (that is, in numerical order from lowest
to highest). If the sequence is broken before the Entry Time expires, an alarm occurs. If this
option is not selected, handover delay follows the entry path if a Delay Zone is activated first.
11.4
System Options 4
Item
Location
Option
Default
System Options 4
0495
1 = Panel to power up disarmed (if power
2
New
reset)
2 = Arm/disarm tracking on power up
4 = Reserved
8 = Reserved
1 – Panel To Power Up Disarmed
If this option is selected, the control panel powers up in the disarmed state when the battery
and AC MAINS are reconnected after the system is powered down.
If this option is not selected, the system is always powered up armed in AWAY Mode.
2 – Arm/Disarm Tracking on Power Up
If selected, the control panel keeps its current armed status in non-volatile memory. If the
control panel is restarted due to a power failure, the control panel returns to being armed or
disarmed as it was before the power failed.
Example
If the system is disarmed when the system is powered down, the system returns to the
disarmed state when the system is powered back up.
11.5
Consumer Options 1
Item
Location
Option
Default
Consumer Options 1
0496
1 = Test reports only when armed
0
New
2 = Test report after siren reset
4 = Auto arm in STAY Mode 1
8 = STAY indicator to display day alarm status
1 – Test Reports Only When Armed
If this option is selected, Test Reports (Contact ID Event Code 602) are only sent when the
system is armed. It is no longer necessary to send a Test Report with an Arm/Disarm Report
every day.
Most commercial premises are open during the working week, so a Test Report is not
necessary because Arm/Disarm Reports are sent at the programmed time. If you want to
manually send a Test Report, press and hold [9] button until two beeps sound.
2 – Test Report after Siren Reset
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Select this option to force the control panel to send a Test Report after the siren is reset. This
can be used to indicate to the monitoring station that the control panel itself was not
tampered with during the alarm period.
4 – Auto Arm in STAY Mode 1
Select this option if automatic arming in STAY Mode1 is preferred to automatic arming in
AWAY Mode.
Program the time that the control panel automatically arms itself in Locations 482 to 485. Set
the Auto Arming Pre-Alert Time in Location 481
For partitioned control panels, both areas are automatically armed.
8 – STAY Indicator To Display Day Alarm Status
If this option is selected, the STAY indicator flashes once every 3 sec when Day Alarm is
enabled.
Specify Day Alarm zones in Location 265.
You can turn Day Alarm on and off by holding down [4] for 2 sec. Three beeps indicate Day
Alarm is turned on and two beeps indicate Day Alarm is turned off.
11.6
Consumer Options 2
Item
Location
Option
Default
Consumer Options 2
0497
1 = Codepad displays extinguish after 60 sec.
2
New
2 = Single button arming allowed (AWAY/STAY
Modes 1 and 2)
4 = Single button disarming allowed (STAY
Modes 1 and 2)
8 = Alarm memory reset on disarm
1 – Codepad Display Extinguish after 60 Sec
If this option is selected, all indicators on the remote codepad display are extinguished if a
button is not pressed for 60 sec. The indicators lights again when there is an alarm (except a
silent alarm), when a button is pressed on the codepad, when the AC MAINS fail beeps, or if
the Entry Timer is activated.
2 – Single Button Arming Allowed
If this option is selected, the hold-down functions for arming in AWAY Mode, STAY Mode 1 and
STAY Mode 2 are functional.
4 – Single Button Disarming Allowed
This option operates only when Option 2 in this location is also selected. This option allows
hold-down functions for disarming from STAY Mode 1 and STAY Mode 2.
8 – Alarm Memory Reset on Disarm
If this option is selected, the alarm events memory clears from the remote codepad when the
system is disarmed. If this option is not selected, the system must be armed and disarmed
again to clear alarm memory from the remote codepad.
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Consumer Options 3
Item
Location
Option
Default
Consumer Options 3
0498
1 = Codepad fault beeps allowed
5
New
2 = Use digit 3 for codepad duress alarm
(instead of digit 9)
4 = Alarms activate sirens and strobe outputs
in STAY Modes 1 and 2
8 = Zone tamper alarms to be silent
1 – Codepad Fault Alarms Beep
If this option is selected, the FAULT indicator flashes and the codepad beeps once every
minute until the user acknowledges a system fault. To acknowledge a new fault and stop the
codepad from beeping once every minute, press [AWAY].
If this option is not selected, the codepad only the FAULT indicator flashes when a new fault
occurs and the codepad does not beep once every minute.
2 – Digit 3 for Codepad Duress Instead of 9
If this option is selected, a user can add 3 (instead of a 9) to the code used to disarm the
system to activate a Duress Alarm.
4 – Alarms Activate Sirens and Strobe Outputs in STAY Modes 1 and 2
Select this option if audible alarms are required when the system is armed in STAY Mode 1 or
STAY Mode 2.
8 – Zone Tamper Alarms To Be Silent
This option allows Tamper Alarms, when Option 15 is programmed in Location 266, or Tamper
Alarms on RF wireless devices to be silent when activated.
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Partitioning
The Control Panel includes the partitioning feature, which can effectively transform your single
control panel into two separate areas. Normally, arming and disarming the system turns the
entire system on or off. When Control Panel is partitioned, you can arm or disarm an individual
area without affecting the other area. Partitioning is extremely useful when you want to secure
sheds, dual occupancy dwellings, accessory dwellings, shops, and offices.
12.1
Programming
Locations 500 and 501 apply only to a partitioned Control Panel.
These locations have up to four options. You can select any combination of these options by
programming a single value. Calculate this value by adding the option bit numbers together.
12.1.1
Partitioning Options 1
Item
Location
Option
Default
Partitioning Options 1
0500
1 = First to Disarm/Last to Arm reporting
0
New
2 = Reserved
4 = Reset sirens from any area allowed
8 = Reserved
1 – First To Disarm/Last To Arm Reporting
Select this option if only one Arm/Disarm Report is required for a partitioned system. Instead
of sending individual Arm/Disarm reports for each area, an Arm Report is sent only after both
areas are armed and a Disarm Report is sent as soon as one area is disarmed.
The reports are sent with the Subscriber ID Number allocated to the specific area. You must
program Subscriber ID Numbers and Arm/Disarm Reports for both areas.
Notice!
This option is applicable only when all User Codes have a priority level set with no arm/
disarm reports. If User Codes have priority levels set to Arm/Disarm Reports, an Arm/Disarm
report is always sent when any area is disarmed or armed, regardless of whether the area was
first to disarm or last to arm.
4 – Reset Sirens from Any Area Allowed
This option applies only to a partitioned control panel. If this option is selected, any valid User
Code from Area 1 or Area 2 can reset the horn speaker, strobe, or bell outputs while in alarm.
This option does not allow a User Code allocated to one area to disarm another area.
12.1.2
Partitioning Options 2
Item
Location
Option
Default
Partitioning Options 2
0501
1 = Reserved
0
New
2 = User codes allowed to arm/disarm both
areas at same time (Code [0][#])
4 = Reserved
8 = Reserved
2 – User Code Allowed to Arm/Disarm Both Areas at the Same Time
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If this option is selected, any user allocated to both areas can arm or disarm both areas at the
same time without entering the code at each area codepad.
If the user arms both areas at the same time and Option 1 is selected in Location 500, only an
Arm Report for Area 2 is sent.
If the user disarms both areas at the same time and Option 1 is selected in Location 500, only
a Disarm Report for Area 1 is sent.
12.2
Zone allocations
You can allocate up to 16 zones to each zone for the ICP-SOL3_P control panel. The 16
locations for each area are represented by the zone indicators on the ICON codepad. You can
assign any zone to either area or both Area 1 and Area 2 to become a common zone.
Zone, user code, and codepad should be assigned to the correct area to operate. If a user
code is assigned to an area only, the user code can only operate the assigned area on this
area’s codepad. For user code and authority level, Refer to Location 185-189 (for example).
Zones programmed as common zones report to the base station receiver on group zero (Area
1 – Group 1 and Area 2 – Group 2). Zones allocated to only one area report on the
corresponding group number. Common zones, other than 24-Hour zone types, do not activate
an alarm until both areas are armed in either AWAY Mode or STAY Mode 1.
12.2.1
Zone area assignments
Item
Location
Default
Zone 1 area
0502
Zone 2 area
New
Item
Location
Default
1
Zone 9 area
0510
1
0503
1
Zone 10 area
0511
1
Zone 3 area
0504
1
Zone 11 area
0512
1
Zone 4 area
0505
1
Zone 12 area
0513
1
Zone 5 area
0506
1
Zone 13 area
0514
1
Zone 6 area
0507
1
Zone 14 area
0515
1
Zone 7 area
0508
1
Zone 15 area
0516
1
Zone 8 area
0509
1
Zone 16 area
0517
1
New
Option
0 = Zone area not assigned
2 = Zone assigned to Area 2
1 = Zone assigned to Area 1
3 = Zone assigned to both Area 1 and Area 2
Example
Program Location 502 as 3, Location 503-509 as 1 , Location 510-517 as 2, Zones 1-8 are
allocated to Area 1 to appear as zones 1-8. Zones 1, 9-16 are allocated to Area 2 to appear as
zones 1, 9-16. In each area’s codepad, zone’s original No is displayed. In this example, If
Zone16 is activated, in Area 2’s ICON codepad, Zone 16 indicator lights. Programming the
same zone into more than one area specifies that zone as a common zone.
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Item
Location
Default
User Code 1
0534
User Code 2
New
Item
Location
Default
1
User Code 17
0550
1
0535
1
User Code 18
0551
1
User Code 3
0536
1
User Code 19
0552
1
User Code 4
0537
1
User Code 20
0553
1
User Code 5
0538
1
User Code 21
0554
1
User Code 6
0539
1
User Code 22
0555
1
User Code 7
0540
1
User Code 23
0556
1
User Code 8
0541
1
User Code 24
0557
1
User Code 9
0542
1
User Code 25
0558
1
User Code 10
0543
1
User Code 26
0559
1
User Code 11
0544
1
User Code 27
0560
1
User Code 12
0545
1
User Code 28
0561
1
User Code 13
0546
1
User Code 29
0562
1
User Code 14
0547
1
User Code 30
0563
1
User Code 15
0548
1
User Code 31
0564
1
User Code 16
0549
1
User Code 32
0565
1
New
Option
0 = User code not assigned
2 = User code assigned to Area 2
1 = User code assigned to Area 1
3 = User code assigned to both Area 1 and Area 2
Locations 534 to 565 are used to assign each User Code to one or two area areas of a
partitioned Control Panel. Enter a value from 0 to 3 into each of these locations to assign the
User Code holder to the areas it must operate. You can allocate multiple User Codes to the
same area.
12.2.3
Codepad assignment
Item
Location
Default
Codepad 1 area
0518
Codepad 2 area
0519
New
Item
Location
Default
1
Codepad 3 area
0520
0
0
Codepad 4 area
0521
0
New
Option
0 = Codepad address not assigned
2 = Codepad address assigned to Area 2
1 = Codepad address assigned to Area 1
3 = Codepad address assigned to both Area 1 and Area
2
Any codepad can be assigned to any area or both areas with a partitioned Control Panel.
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Communicator Information
This section outlines the programming information required for the control panel when
communicating with a base station receiver. These parameters specify the telephone numbers
to call, transmission formats, and transmission speeds.
The control panel can report event information from two on-board communicators. The first
communicator reports to Receiver 1 and the second communicator reports to Receiver 2. You
can program each communicator with two separate telephone numbers, reporting format
type, and Subscriber ID Number.
Example
You can set up Communicator 1 to report in Domestic Dialing Format to Receiver 1 and set up
Communicator 2 to report to a base station receiver in Contact ID Format only if Module 1 is
unsuccessful.
To program a telephone number:
When programming a telephone number, you must program a 0 as a 0 or 10. Each location in
the primary, secondary, and callback telephone numbers stores one digit of the telephone
number.
You must insert a terminator (15) at the end of a telephone number to indicate to the module
the end of the telephone number is reached. The dialing sequence terminates when a 15
appears.
Example
To program the telephone number 9672 1055 as the Primary Telephone Number for Receiver
1, program the following sequence into Locations 000 to 015: [9 6 7 2 1 0 5 5 15 15 15 15 15
15 15 15]
To enter a 4-sec pause in the dialing sequence, program a 13. A pause might be necessary
when the module communicates through an old (slower) telephone exchange or when a PABX
system is in place.
Example
To program the number 02 pause 9 672 1055, enter: [0 2 13 9 6 7 2 1 0 5 5 15 15 15 15 15].
How to program the numbers, keys, and functions for a telephone number, refer to below
table.
Digit Required
Number to Program
Digit Required
Number to Program
0
0
8
8
1
1
9
9
2
2
10
0
3
3
*
*1
4
4
#
*2
5
5
4-sec Pause
*3
6
6
7
7
Terminator
*5
Table 13.1: Dialing Digits
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Primary Telephone Number for Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
When the control panel transmits a report, the panel dials the Primary Telephone Number to
contact the monitoring station, for example. If the call is successful, the relevant information
is transmitted and the communicator returns to Standby Mode.
If unsuccessful, the communicator attempts two more calls using the Primary Telephone
Number for Receiver 1. If these calls are unsuccessful, the communication module calls the
Secondary Telephone Number for Receiver 1 up to three times. If the dialing sequence is still
unsuccessful, the control panel repeats this sequence by dialing the Primary and Secondary
Telephone Numbers for Receiver 2 (if they are programmed).
If the first six attempts are unsuccessful and no telephone numbers for Receiver 2 are
programmed, this procedure is repeated every 10 min continuously.
Contact your monitoring station for the correct telephone numbers before you program these
locations. With a text codepad, go to menu 711 First Phone Number to program the primary
telephone numbers.
13.2
Item
Location
Default
Phone Number 1 – Receiver 1
0000 – 0015
15
Phone Number 1 – Receiver 2
0040 – 0055
15
Secondary Telephone Number for Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
For programming information, refer to Primary Telephone Number for Receiver 1 and Receiver 2,
page 115. With a text codepad, you go to menu 712 Second Phone Number to program the
secondary telephone numbers.
13.3
Item
Location
Default
Phone Number 2 – Receiver 1
0016 – 0031
15
Phone Number 2 – Receiver 2
0056 – 0071
15
Transmission Format for Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
Select the desired transmission format here. These locations select the data format used to
transmit to the base station receiver. Location 33 selects the data format used to transmit to
the base station receiver 1. Location 73 selects the data format used to transmit to the base
station receiver for receiver 2. These locations also allow you to configure the control panel
for domestic formats.
With a text codepad, go to menu 713 Transmit Format to set the transmission for Receiver 1
and Receiver 2.
value 0 - Not used
value 1 - contact ID (default)
value 4 - Domestic
value 6 - SIA fast
value 7 - SIA Slow
value 8 - CSVIP
value 9 - Email
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Other values – Reserved
13.4
Item
Location
Format
Default
Transmission Format – Receiver 1
33
Contact ID
1
Transmission Format – Receiver 2
73
Contact ID
1
Subscriber ID Number for Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
The Subscriber ID Number is transmitted to identify the calling control panel. Enter the
Subscriber ID Number in the six locations provided for each receiver.
When using Domestic Dialing Format, the number of identification beeps is determined by the
value programmed in Location 039 (Receiver 1) and Location 079 (Receiver 2). This value
allows the identification of up to 10 different control panels that call the same telephone
number. With a text codepad, go to menu 714 Subscriber ID Number to set Subscriber ID
Number for Receiver 1 and Receiver 2.
Example
To program the Subscriber ID Number as 4729, program the six locations as: [0 0 4 7 2 9].
13.5
Item
Location
Default
Subscriber ID – Receiver 1
0034 – 0039
0
Subscriber ID – Receiver 2
0074 – 0079
0
Item
Location
Default
Telco Arming Sequence
0113 – 0142
15
Telco Arming Sequence
These locations allow you to activate call diversion automatically on your telephone when you
arm the system in AWAY Mode.
When the Telco Arming Sequence is activated after arming the system in AWAY Mode, the
control panel redirects all calls to your mobile phone.
Contact your telecommunications provider for more information on Call Forward operations.
Digit Required
Number to Program
Digit Required
Number to Program
0
0
8
8
1
1
9
9
2
2
10
0
3
3
*
*1
4
4
#
*2
5
5
4-sec Pause
*3
6
6
7
7
Terminator
*5
Table 13.2: Dialing Digits
To turn call forward (immediate) on, enter:
[* 2 1][forwarding telephone number][#]
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Example
To immediately forward all incoming calls to the telephone number 96721055 after arming the
system in AWAY Mode, program:
[11 2 1 9 6 7 2 1 0 5 5 12 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15]
To turn call forward (no answer) on, enter:
[* 6 1][forwarding telephone number][#]
Example
To forward all incoming calls, when there is no answer, to the telephone number 96721055
after arming the system in AWAY Mode, program:
[11 6 1 9 6 7 2 1 0 5 5 12 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15]
13.6
Telco Disarming Sequence
Item
Location
Default
Telco Disarming Sequence
0143 – 0158
15
These locations allow you to deactivate call diversion automatically on your telephone when
you disarm the system from AWAY Mode.
To turn call forward (immediate) off, enter:
[# 2 1 #]
Example
To disable call forward (immediate) after disarming the system from AWAY Mode, program:
[12 2 1 12 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15]
To turn call forward (no answer) off, enter: [# 6 1 #]
Example
To disable call forward (no answer) after disarming the system from AWAY Mode, program:
[12 6 1 12 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15]
13.7
Call Back Telephone Number
Item
Location
Default
Call Back Telephone Number
0159 – 0174
15
The locations store the telephone number to call when Upload/Download is requested or the
user holds down [6] to initiate a modem call from the control panel to establish a
communications link with the remote computer. The computer must be running the A-Link
Plus software and must be set to Waiting for an Incoming Call. The Call Back Telephone
Number is also required if Remote Connection with Callback Verification is required.
13.8
Ring Count
Item
Location
Default
Ring Count
175
8
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Value
Description
0
Panel does not answer
1 to 13
Number of rings until panel answers
14
Answering machine bypass 2
15
Answering machine bypass 1
This location sets the number of rings before the control panel answers an incoming call. Set
this count to an acceptable level, noting that one ring is “Ring, Ring – Ring, Ring” and that a
Ring Count of 10 represents approximately 60 sec. This location has an effect only if Remote
Arming, remote Upload/Download using A-Link Plus, or both are enabled. Programming this
location to 0 prevents the control panel from answering incoming calls regardless of other
programmed options.
Answering Machine Bypass
Answering Machine Bypass allows a connection with the control panel for Remote Arming or
Upload/Download when an answering machine or facsimile machine is on the same telephone
line. Answering Machine Bypass has two different methods. Program a 14 to use the
secondary method only when there is a large amount of traffic on the line (at a home office,
for example). This method reduces the chance of the control panel incorrectly answering an
incoming call.
Programming the Ring Count to 15 enables Answering Machine Bypass in the primary mode.
When calling the control panel, allow the telephone to ring no more than four times and then
hang up. If after 8 seconds you call again within 45 sec, the control panel answers the call on
the first ring and the connection is established. This prevents the answering machine or
facsimile machine from answering the call. To enable Answering Machine Bypass only when
the system is armed, select Option 2 in Location 177.
Program the Ring Count to 14 to enable Answering Machine Bypass in the secondary mode. In
this case, call the control panel and allow the phone to ring no more than twice and hang up.
Wait a minimum of 8 sec and call the control panel again. The control panel answers on the
first ring. If you do not wait the 8 sec, the control panel does not answer the call. To enable
Answering Machine Bypass only when the system is armed, select Option 2 in Location 177.
Notice!
Set the Ring Count for the answering machine or facsimile machine to a value greater than
two rings. Four to six rings is preferred.
Program a 0 into this location to disable the control panel from answering an incoming call.
13.9
Telephone Line Fail Options
Item
Location
Default
Telephone Line Fail Options
176
0
Value
Description
1
Display FAULT indicator when the telephone line fails
2
Sound alarm when system is armed
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Description
4
Sound alarm when system is disarmed
8
Reserved
119
This location has three options. You can select any combination of these options by
programming a single value. Calculate this value by adding the option bit numbers together.
The control panel monitors the telephone line. If the telephone line is cut or disconnected for
longer than 40 sec, the control panel lights the FAULT indicator on the codepad. The FAULT
indicator is extinguished after the telephone line is restored for longer than 40 sec.
Notice!
Options 2 and 4 do not operate unless you also enable Option 1.
1 – Display FAULT indicator when the Telephone Line Fails
When this options is selected, the FAULT indicator flashes and the codepad buzzer beeps
once per min if the control panel detects that the telephone line is disconnected.
2 – Sound Alarm when System Is Armed
You must also select Option 1 to use this option. If the control panel detects that the
telephone line is disconnected when the system is armed, the horn speaker, bell, and strobe
outputs are activated. If only one audible alarm per arming cycle is required, select the
Lockout Telephone Line Fail Alarm option (2) in Location 179.
4 – Sound Alarm when System Is Disarmed
You must also select Option 1 to use this option. If the control panel detects that the
telephone line is disconnected when the system is disarmed, the horn speaker, bell, and
strobe outputs are activated. If only one audible alarm per arming cycle is required, select the
Lockout Telephone Line Fail Alarm option (2) in Location 179.
Notice!
If you program 7 in this location, the horn speaker, bell, strobe, and outputs are all activated
when the system is armed or disarmed.
13.10
Communicator Options 1
1 – Reporting Functions Allowed
When selected, this option operates for all reporting functions.
If you do not select this option, the communication does not operate.
Upload/Download using the A-Link-Plus software and telephone remote arming remains
operational regardless of this setting.
2 – Remote Arming by Telephone Allowed
If you select this option, you can remotely arm the system using a standard telephone by
pressing [*] on your touch-tone telephone.
Forced arming is automatically assumed when this feature is used.
Remote arming by telephone is not affected by whether remote functions are enabled or
disabled.
4 – Answering Machine Bypass Only When Armed
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Select this option to enable the Answering Machine Bypass feature when the system is armed.
When the system is disarmed, the control panel does not answer any incoming calls. This
option is beneficial in high telephone traffic installations where the control panel could
answer an incoming call.
8 – Use Bell 103 for FSK Format (Disabled=CCITT V21)
If this option is selected, the control panel uses the BELL 103 transmission frequency at 300
baud. If this option is not selected, the control panel uses the CCITT V21 transmission
frequency at 300 baud.
13.11
Item
Location
Default
Communicator Options 1
177
9
Value
Description
1
Reporting functions allowed
2
Remote arming by telephone allowed
4
Answering machine bypass only when arrived
8
Use bell 103 for FSK format (Disabled=CCITT V21)
Communicator Options 2
1 – Arm/Disarm Reports Only if Previous Alarm
When selected, an Disarm Report is transmitted to the base station receiver when the system
is disarmed after an alarm occurred. When the system is armed, an Arming Report is
transmitted. An Arm or Disarm Report does not report again until the system registers another
alarm.
For a partitioned control panel, an Arm/Disarm Report is sent only for the area in which the
alarm occurred.
Notice!
If the system is disarmed when an alarm occurs, only an Arm Report is sent the next time the
system is armed.
A User Code with a priority set to Always Send Arm/Disarm Reports overrides this feature
(Arm/Disarm Reports are always sent for that User Code).
2 – Arm/Disarm Reports for STAY Mode 1 and STAY Mode 2
Select this option if Arm/Disarm Reports are required when the system is armed in STAY Mode
1 or STAY Mode 2.
If this option is selected, a Partial Arm Report is sent when the system is armed in STAY Mode
1 or STAY Mode 2.
4 – Delay Siren until Transmission Complete
If this option is selected, horn speaker, bell, and strobe outputs are not activated until after
the control panel sends the message and the base station receiver sends a kiss-off back to the
control panel. If multiple messages are transmitted, the sirens are activated after the last kissoff is sent.
If a Codepad Panic, Codepad Fire, or Codepad Medical Alarm is activated, horn speaker, bell,
and strobe outputs operate immediately.
8 – Extend Time to Wait for Handshake from 30 to 60 Sec
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By default, the control panel waits approximately 30 sec for receipt of a valid handshake tone
after it dials the monitoring station. The handshake tone indicates to the control panel that it
reached the monitoring station and can now transmit its messages. Selecting this option
extends this wait time from 30 sec to 60 sec.
13.12
Item
Location
Default
Communicator Options 2
178
0
Value
Description
1
Arm/Disarm reports only if previous alarm
2
Arm/Disarm reports for STAY Mode 1 and STAY Mode 2
4
Delay siren until transmission complete
8
Extend time to wait for handshake from 30 to 60 sec
Communicator Options 3
1 – Set DTMF Dialing Pulses to 1 Digit/Sec
If this option is not selected, the DTMF dialing format dials at 5 digits per sec (that is, 100 ms
tone, 100 ms pause, 100 ms tone, 100 ms pause).
If this option is selected, the DTMF dialing format dials at the rate of 1 digit per sec (that is,
500 ms tone, 500 ms pause).
2 – Lockout Telephone Line Fail Alarm
Selecting this option allows an audible alarm only once per arming cycle when the control
panel detects the telephone line is cut or disconnected. This option does not follow the
Swinger Shutdown Count for Siren, in which you can program the number of times a zone can
sound an alarm during an arming cycle. Use Location 176 to program the telephone line fault
options.
13.13
Item
Location
Default
Communicator Options 3
179
2
Value
Description
1
Set DTMF dialing pulses to 1 digit/sec
2
Lockout telephone line fail alarm
4
Reserved
8
Reserved
A-Link Options
The following A-Link options are available only for link through the telephone line. The options
are not related to connection through network.
1 – Enable Upload/Download Using A-Link
Select this option to use the A-Link Plus software to program the control panel remotely. The
control panel does not respond to A-Link if this option is not selected.
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2 – Enable A-Link Call Back
If this option is selected and a callback telephone number is programmed, the remote
programming computer must be connected to the telephone line programmed in the callback
telephone number in Locations 159 to 174.
If this option is not selected, the installer can connect to a customer’s control panel from any
remote location for Upload/Download operations without the control panel calling back to the
remote computer. The customer can initiate a modem call from the codepad by holding down
[6].
4 – Terminate A-Link Connection on Alarm
If an alarm occurs when the control panel is communicating with a remote computer using the
A-Link Plus software over the telephone line, the A-Link session is terminated and the relevant
alarm message is transmitted to the base station receiver.
If an alarm occurs that does not have to be reported to the base station receiver, the session
is not terminated.
13.14
Item
Location
Default
A-Link Options
180
3
Value
Description
1
Enable upload/download using A-Link
2
Enable A-Link callback
4
Terminate A-Link connection on alarm
8
Reserved
Sending reports with the network modules
Program IP Destination with A-Link Plus Software or text codepad
1. In receiver configuration, select Transmission Format as CSVIP , and enter Subscriber ID
Number.
2.
In network configuration, select Network Module as Use, do not configure (or "Use and
Configure" through only A-link plus).
3.
Enter IP Destination (IP + Port for Receiver 1 or Receiver 2), for example,
192.168.226.17:12000.
4.
Enter CSVIP User Name and Password:
–
Both user name and password, enter as user name with comma and password with
comma, for example, USER 1, 2580,.
–
Only user name, enter as user name with two commas, for example, USER 1,,.
–
Only password, enter as comma, followed by password with comma, for example, ,
2580,.
–
5.
No user name and password, only enter two commas.
Save the changes and download programming data from A-Link Plus to the control panel.
For A-Link Plus, enter 32 case sensitive alphanumeric characters for CSVIP User Name and
Password directly through keyboard.
For text codepad, enter sensitive alphanumeric characters as below table.
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Codepad Key Characters / Function
Codepad key Characters / Function
▲
Step back former character
6
[ m ], [ n ], [ o ], [ 6 ]
_
Exit item setting
7
[ p ], [ q ], [ r ], [ s ], [ 7 ]
▼
Move to next character
8
[ t ], [ u ], [ v ], [ 8 ]
1
[ . ], [ @ ], [ : ], [ _ ], [ 1 ]
9
[ w ], [ x ], [ y ], [ z ], [ 9 ]
2
[ a ], [ b ], [ c ], [ 2 ]
*
Case shift
3
[ d ], [ e ], [ f ], [ 3 ]
0
[ Space ], [ , ], [ / ], [ ? ], [ 0 ]
4
[ g ], [ h ], [ i ], [ 4 ]
#
Confirm item setting
5
[ j ], [ k ], [ l ], [ 5 ]
Table 13.3: Alphanumeric characters on text codepad
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This section describes the access codes used to assign privileges and access functions for
User Code holders of the system. There are two types of access codes: the Installer Code and
User Codes. Each of these codes allows specific access and operation of control panel
functions.
Installer Code
14.1
Item
Location
Option
Default
Installer Code
0181
1
0182
2
0183
3
0184
4
New
This code is used to access Installer’s Programming Mode. The Installer Code can be up to
four digits long. After the control panel is powered up, the Installer Code can disarm the
system before any partition has arm/disarm operation. The next time the Installer Code is
used enables access to Installer’s Programming Mode.
Installer Code functions allow the installer to execute functions when the system is disarmed
without the customer’s Master Code.
User Codes
14.2
Item
Location
Default
New
Authority
Default
Level
Location
User #01
0185
2
0189
10
0186
5
0187
8
0188
0
User #02
0190 - 0193
15
0194
2
User #03
0195 - 0198
15
0199
2
User #04
0200 - 0203
15
0204
2
User #05
0205 - 0208
15
0209
2
User #06
0210 - 0213
15
0214
2
User #07
0215 - 0218
15
0219
2
User #08
0220
0
0224
3
0221 - 0223
15
User #09
0225 - 0228
15
0229
2
User #10
0230 - 0233
15
0234
2
User #11
0235 - 0238
15
0239
2
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User #12
0240 - 0243
15
0244
2
User #13
0245 - 0248
15
0249
2
User #14
0250 - 0253
15
0254
2
User #15
0255 - 0258
15
0259
2
User #16
0260 - 0263
15
0264
2
User #17
0566 - 0569
15
0570
2
User #18
0571 - 0574
15
0575
2
User #19
0576 - 0579
15
0580
2
User #20
0581 - 0584
15
0585
2
User #21
0586 - 0589
15
0590
2
User #22
0591 - 0594
15
0595
2
User #23
0596 - 0599
15
0600
2
User #24
0601 -0604
15
0605
2
User #25
0606 - 0609
15
0610
2
User #26
0611 - 0614
15
0615
2
User #27
0616 - 0619
15
0620
2
User #28
0621 - 0624
15
0625
2
User #29
0626 - 0629
15
0630
2
User #30
0631 - 0634
15
0635
2
User #31
0636 - 0639
15
0640
2
User #32
0641 - 0644
15
0645
2
Authority Levels Description
0
Arm/Disarm
1
Arm Only
2
Arm/Disarm and Arm/Disarm Reports
3
Arm Only and Arm Reports
4
Arm/Disarm and Code Required to Isolate
6
Arm/Disarm and Arm/Disarm Reports and Code Required to Isolate
8
Master Code and Arm/Disarm
10
Master Code and Arm/Disarm and Arm/Disarm Reports
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Master Code and Arm/Disarm and Code Required to Isolate
14
Master Code and Arm/Disarm and Code Required to Isolate and Arm/Disarm
Reports
Table 14.1: Authority Levels
The purpose of User Codes is to arm and disarm the system and to perform other specific
functions. A Master Code holder can change or delete User Codes at any time.
User Codes 1 to 32 can be one to four digits long, but all user codes should be the same
length. Each User Code has its own priority level. More than one User Code can have the same
priority level. The priority level controls the behavior of the code, such as allowing it to arm
only, arm and disarm, or allow access to the Master Code functions. The installer can assign
access to Master Code functions to multiple User Codes. The priority level for each User Code
is programmed in the last location of the code.
Notice!
Only the installer can change the priority level.
There are 32 User Codes and 32 RF User Codes, RF User Codes can only be Remote Radio
User Codes.
Special User Code is reported when any of these methods are used to arm or disarm the
system:
–
User Code 998: Arming and disarming using the A-Link Plus software.
–
User Code 995: Arming remotely by telephone.
–
User Code 000: Single button arming/disarming in AWAY Mode, STAY Mode 1, or STAY
Mode 2.
–
14.3
User Code 997: Automatic arming/disarming in AWAY Mode or STAY Mode 1.
User Code Priority
The installer can assign one of ten different priority levels to a User Code. Each priority level
allows or restricts a user from performing specific functions.
Arm/Disarm
The user can arm and disarm the system. An Arming Report is sent only after a previous code
with the ability to send a Disarming Report disarms the system.
Arm Only
The user can arm the system but cannot disarm the system. An Arming Report is sent only
after a previous code with the ability to send a Disarming Report disarms the system.
Arming/Disarming Reports
Arming/Disarming Reports are sent to the monitoring station when the user disarms and arms
the system.
Code To Isolate
If one or more User Codes include this option, the method of standard isolating is disabled
and only a User Code with this option in its priority level can isolate zones before arming the
system using the Code to Isolate method.
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Notice!
When priority level 4, 6, 12, or 14 is assigned to any User Codes, the Standard Isolating
method no longer operates. Only User Codes with a priority level of 4, 6, 12, or 14 can isolate
zones using the Code to Isolate method.
Master Code Functions
Master Code functions allow those users that have the appropriate priority level to perform
certain supervisory level functions. You can use these functions only when the system is
disarmed.
Notice!
The default Master Code (User Code 1) is 2580. It is possible to program multiple Master
Codes
To access a Master Code function, enter the Master Code and press the corresponding
function digit and the [AWAY] button. The Master Code functions are listed in below table.
Function
Description
0
Arm or disarm both areas at the same time
1
Add, change, and delete User Codes/Remote Radio User Codes
2
Change domestic phone numbers
3
Change Telco Arm/Disarm Sequence
4
Set bypass zones for STAY Mode 2
5
Turn outputs on and off
6
Set the date and time
7
Walk Test Mode
8
Event Memory Recall Mode
9
Duress Alarm (if Location 498 – bit 2 is enabled, use 3 instead of 9)
Table 14.2: Master Code Functions
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Programmable Outputs
The control panel has four fully programmable outputs on the main printed circuit board and
one programmable output that operates the codepad buzzer. The four outputs are set by
default to operate as an alarm device, fire alarm verification, strobe, and internal screamer.
Programmable outputs require four parameters to operate correctly.
Parameter
Description
Event Type
The Event Type specifies when an output is activated. Enter the
code for the Output Event Type into the two corresponding
locations for the output.
Polarity
Polarity determines whether the output operates for the duration
of the event, pulses for the duration, operates only once (one
shot), or latches on.
Time Base/Time
The Time Base and Time Multiplier parameters determine how
Multiplier
long and how often the output operates.
Table 15.1: Output Parameters
15.1
Output Programming
Item
Location
Default
New
Output 1 (Default = Horn Speaker)
Item
Location
Default
New
Relay Output (Default = Sirens Running)
Event Code
0436
1
Event Code
0454
1
Event Code
0437
14
Event Code
0455
15
Polarity
0438
0
Polarity
0456
1
Time Base
0439
0
Time Base
0457
0
Time Base Multiplier
0440
0
Time Base Multiplier
0458
0
Time Base Multiplier
0441
0
Time Base Multiplier
0459
0
Output 2
Codepad Buzzer
(Default = Fire Alarm With Verification)
(Default = Entry/Exit Warning and Day Alarm)
Event Code
0442
2
Event Code
0460
0
Event Code
0443
7
Event Code
0461
13
Polarity
0444
10
Polarity
0462
2
Time Base
0445
2
Time Base
0463
1
Time Base Multiplier
0446
1
Time Base Multiplier
0464
0
Time Base Multiplier
0447
5
Time Base Multiplier
0465
1
Output 3 (Default = Strobe – Reset After 8 hrs.)
Event Code
0448
2
Event Code
0449
0
Polarity
0450
6
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Location
Default
Time Base
0451
4
Time Base Multiplier
0542
0
Time Base Multiplier
0453
8
B308 Output 1
New
Item
Location
Default
129
New
B308 Output 2
Event Code
0646
0
Event Code
0652
0
Event Code
0647
0
Event Code
0653
0
Polarity
0648
0
Polarity
0654
0
Time Base
0649
0
Time Base
0655
0
Time Base Multiplier
0650
0
Time Base Multiplier
0656
0
Time Base Multiplier
0651
0
Time Base Multiplier
0657
0
B308 Output 3
B308 Output 4
Event Code
0658
0
Event Code
0664
0
Event Code
0659
0
Event Code
0665
0
Polarity
0660
0
Polarity
0666
0
Time Base
0661
0
Time Base
0667
0
Time Base Multiplier
0662
0
Time Base Multiplier
0668
0
Time Base Multiplier
0663
0
Time Base Multiplier
0669
0
B308 Output 5
B308 Output 6
Event Code
0670
0
Event Code
0676
0
Event Code
0671
0
Event Code
0677
0
Polarity
0672
0
Polarity
0678
0
Time Base
0673
0
Time Base
0679
0
Time Base Multiplier
0674
0
Time Base Multiplier
0680
0
Time Base Multiplier
0675
0
Time Base Multiplier
0681
0
B308 Output 7
B308 Output 8
Event Code
0682
0
Event Code
0688
0
Event Code
0683
0
Event Code
0689
0
Polarity
0684
0
Polarity
0690
0
Time Base
0685
0
Time Base
0691
0
Time Base Multiplier
0686
0
Time Base Multiplier
0692
0
Time Base Multiplier
0687
0
Time Base Multiplier
0693
0
For output item options, refer to below Output Item Options.
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Option
Event Code
0 0 = Reserved
1 0 = Day alarm enabled
0 1 = System armed
1 1 = Telephone line fail
0 2 = System disarmed
1 2 = Kiss-off received
0 3 = Armed in STAY mode
1 3 = Power Supply fail
0 4 = Armed in AWAY mode
1 4 = AC fail
0 5 = Pre-arming alert
1 5 = Low battery
0 6 = Exit Warning (all zones sealed) and
1 6 = Output 1 to 3 fail
entry warning
1 7 = Sensor watch alarm
0 7 = Exit Warning
1 8 = Codepad medical alarm
0 8 = Exit Warning finished
1 9 = Codepad fire alarm
0 9 = Kiss-off after end of Exit Time
1 10 = Codepad panic alarm
0 10 = Reserved
1 11 = Codepad duress alarm
0 11 = Entry warning
1 12 = Access denied (code retries)
0 12 = Entry warning and day alarm resetting
1 13 = Reserved
0 13 = Exit warning and entry warning and
1 14 = Horn speaker (output 1 only)
day alarm resetting
1 15 = Siren running
0 14 = Day alarm resetting
0 15 = Day alarm latching
Event Code
2 0 = Strobe
3 0 = Communications fail
2 1 = Silent alarm
3 1 = Dialer disabled
2 2 = Alarm in STAY mode
3 2 = Dialer active (on-line)
2 3 = Alarm in AWAY mode
3 3 = Ring detect
2 4 = System fault
3 4 = Codepad/Keyfob panic
2 5 = Fire alarm (resetting)
3 5 = Mimic zone 1
2 6 = Fire alarm (latching)
3 6 = Mimic zone 2
2 7 = Fire alarm (verification)
3 7 = Mimic zone 3
2 8 = Remote control 1
3 8 = Mimic zone 4
2 9 = Remote control 2
3 9 = Mimic zone 5
2 10 = Remote control 3
3 10 = Mimic zone 6
2 11 = Radio control output 1
3 11 = Mimic zone 7
2 12 = Radio control output 2
3 12 = Mimic zone 8
2 13 = Radio control output 1- not in AWAY
3 13 = Reserved
Mode
3 14 = Reserved
2 14 = Radio control output 2- not in AWAY
3 15 = Reserved
Mode
2 15 = Communications fail after 3 attempts
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Option
Event Code
4 0 = Reserved
5 0 = Reserved
4 1 = Reserved
5 1 = Reserved
4 2 = Reserved
5 2 = Area 1 in alarm
4 3 = Reserved
5 3 = Area 2 in alarm
4 4 = Reserved
5 4 = Reserved
4 5 = Chime
5 5 = Reserved
4 6 = Zone not sealed
5 6 = Area 1 armed
4 7 = Zone not sealed after Exit Time
5 7 = Area 2 armed
4 8 = Reserved
5 8 = Reserved
4 9 = AC MAINS cycle (60 Hz or 50 Hz)
5 9 = Reserved
4 10 = Area 1 – zone unsealed
5 10 = Area 1 disarmed
4 11 = Area 2 – zone unsealed
5 11 = Area 2 disarmed
4 12 = Reserved
5 12 = Reserved
4 13 = Reserved
5 13 = Reserved
4 14 = Reserved
5 14 = Any areas armed
4 15 = Reserved
5 15 = Any areas disarmed
6 0 = Reserved
6 6 = Remote control 8
6 1 = Reserved
6 7 = Remote control 9
6 2 = Remote control 4
6 8 = Remote control 10
6 3 = Remote control 5
6 9 = Remote control 11
6 4 = Remote control 6
6 10 = Remote control 12
Event Code
131
6 5 = Remote control 7
Polarity (Modes)
0 = Output not used
8 = Normally low, going open
1 = Normally open, going low
9 = Normally low, pulsing open
2 = Normally open, pulsing low
10 = Normally low, one shot open
3 = Normally open, one shot low
11 = Normally low, one shot open
4 = Normally open, one shot low (reactivate)
(reactivate)
5 = Normally open, one shot low (can reset)
12 = Normally low, one shot open (can
6 = Normally open, one shot low (alarm)
reset)
7 = Normally open, latching low
13 = Normally low, one shot open (alarm)
14 = Normally low, latching open
Time Base
0 = Not Used
3 = 1 min.
1 = 200 ms
4 = 1 hr.
2 = 1 sec.
Time Base Multiplier
Enter a value between 00 and 99.
Table 15.2: Output Item Options
* One Shot Mode
When you program the output polarity as one shot, the time base is multiplied by the time
base multiplier. (For example, if the time base = 2 and the multiplier = 05, the output operates
for 5 sec.)
*Pulsing Mode
When you program the output polarity as pulsing, the time base becomes the ON time and the
multiplier becomes the OFF time. The OFF time is the time base x the multiplier. (For
example, if you want the output to pulse 1 sec. ON and 5 sec. OFF, you would program time
base as one and the multiplier as five.)
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Output Event Types
There are approximately 81 Output Event Types. Two numbers designate each Output Event
Type. Program these numbers into the appropriate locations for the output.
0,1 System Armed
This output operates when the system is armed. The output is reset when the system is
disarmed. If the system is partitioned, this output operates when both areas are armed in
AWAY Mode, STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2.
0,2 System Disarmed
This output operates when the system is disarmed. The output is reset when the system is
armed. If the system is partitioned, this output operates when both areas are disarmed.
0,3 Armed in STAY Mode
This output operates when the system is armed in STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2. The output is
reset when the system is disarmed. If the system is partitioned, this output operates when
either area is armed in STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2.
0,4 Armed in AWAY Mode
This output operates when the system is armed in AWAY Mode. The output is reset when the
system is disarmed. If the system is partitioned, this output operates when either area is
armed in AWAY Mode.
0,5 Auto Arm Pre-Arming Alert Time
This output operates during the time period before the control panel is automatically armed in
AWAY Mode or STAY Mode 1. The output is reset when the control panel is automatically
armed in AWAY Mode or STAY Mode 1. The Auto Arming Pre-Alert Time is programmed in
Location 481.
0,6 Exit Warning with All Zones Sealed or Entry Warning
This output operates during Exit Time when the control panel is armed and all zones are
sealed. The output is reset when Exit Time expires.
This output operates again during Entry Time and is reset when Entry Time expires or the
system is disarmed.
This output also operates if a zone is activated when the system is armed in STAY Mode 1 or
STAY Mode 2 and the Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode is programmed in Locations 472 and
473.
0,7 Exit Warning
This output operates during Exit Time when the system is armed. The output is reset when
Exit Time expires or the system is disarmed.
0,8 Exit Warning Finished
This output operates after Exit Time expires when the system is armed. The output is reset
when the system is disarmed.
0,9 Kiss-Off after Exit Time
This output operates after the first successful transmission to the base station receiver when
Exit Time expires. The output is reset when the system is disarmed.
0,11 Entry Warning
This output operates when during Entry Timer 1, Entry Timer 2, or Entry Guard Timer for STAY
Mode. The output is reset when the Entry Time or Entry Guard Time expires or the system is
disarmed. If Entry Time and Entry Guard time are present together, the output will follow the
Entry Guard Time.
0,12 Entry Warning + Day Alarm Resetting
This output combines Entry Warning and Day Alarm Resetting so that either of these two
events activates the output.
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If the output is activated by Entry Timer 1, Entry Timer 2, or Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode,
the output is reset when the Entry Time or Entry Guard Time expires or the system is
disarmed.
If a zone programmed for Day Alarm is activated when the system is disarmed and Day Alarm
is turned on in the area to which this zone is allocated, the output is reset when the zone is
resealed or Day Alarm is turned off in the area to which this zone is allocated or the system is
armed. You can turn Day Alarm on and off by holding down [4] or selected from the menu on
KP.
0,13 Exit Warning + Entry Warning + Day Alarm Resetting
This output operates when the system is armed, regardless of whether zones are sealed or
unsealed, until Exit Time expires or the system is disarmed.
The output operates again during Entry Time and is reset when Entry Time expires or the
system is disarmed. The output also operates during the Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode
time and is reset when the Entry Guard Time expires or the system is disarmed.
If a zone programmed for day alarm is activated when the system is disarmed or Day Alarm is
turned off in the area to which this zone is allocated or the system is armed, the output is
reset when the zone is resealed or Day Alarm is turned off in the area to which this zone is
allocated or the system is armed. You can turn Day Alarm on and off by holding down [4] or
selected from the menu on KP.
0,14 Day Alarm Resetting
This output operates when a zone programmed for Day Alarm is activated while the system is
disarmed and Day Alarm is turned on in the area to which this zone is allocated. The output is
reset when the Day Alarm zone is resealed or Day Alarm is turned off in the area to which this
zone is allocated or the system is armed. You can turn Day Alarm on and off by holding down
[4] or selected from the menu on KP.
0,15 Day Alarm Latching
This output operates when a zone programmed for Day Alarm is activated while the system is
disarmed and Day Alarm is turned on in area to which the zone is allocated. The output is
reset by pressing [AWAY]. You can turn Day Alarm on and off by holding down [4] or selected
from the menu on KP.
If the control panel is partitioned, you can reset only this output on the area codepad to which
the zone is allocated.
1,0 Day Alarm Enabled
This output operates when Day Alarm is enabled in any one used area. The output is reset
when Day Alarm is turned off in all used areas.
You can turn Day Alarm on and off by holding down [4] or selected from the menu on KP.
Three beeps indicate that Day Alarm is turned on, two beeps indicate that Day Alarm is turned
off.
1,1 Telephone Line Fail
This output operates when the built-in telephone line fault module detects that the telephone
line is disconnected longer than 40 sec. The output is reset when the telephone line is
restored continuously for 40 sec. This output does not operate unless Option 1 in Location
176 is selected or the function "Telephone Line Fault Indicator” (Menu 3-5-4) is enabled.
1,2 Kiss-off Received
This output operates after the control panel successfully transmitted to the receiving party, or
else the output is reset.
1,3 AUX Power Supply Fail
This output operates when the 12V SDI2 BUS devices power supply or 12V zone or output AUX
power supply fails. The output is reset when all fault AUX power supply above is reset..
1,4 AC Fail
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This output operates when the AC MAINS fails. The output is reset when the AC MAINS is
restored. This output operates regardless of whether Option 2 in Location 494 is selected or
on TEXT codepad the Menu 341 "Ignore AC Fail" is enabled.
1,5 Low Battery
This output operates when a Dynamic Battery Test detects the battery failed or the battery
voltage is below 11.0 VDC. The Dynamic Battery Test is performed every 4 hours after the
system is powered up and every time the system is armed. This output is reset only after a
Dynamic Battery Test reports that the backup battery voltage is normal.
1,6 Horn Speaker Monitor Fail
If the Enable Monitoring of Horn Speaker option (2) in Location 492 is selected or option
“Horner Speaker Fault Monitor” (TEXT Codepad Menu 3-4-3) is enabled, this output operates
when the horn speaker is disconnected. The output is reset when the horn speaker is
reconnected.
1,7 Sensor Watch Alarm
This output operates when the Sensor Watch fault occurs. The output is reset when this fault
clears.
1,8 Codepad Medical Alarm
This output operates when a user activates a Codepad Medical Alarm by pressing [7] and [9]
at the same time on the remote codepad. This output is reset when a valid User Code is
entered at the remote codepad.
1,9 Codepad Fire Alarm
This output operates when a user activates a Codepad Medical Alarm by pressing [4] and [6]
at the same time on the remote codepad. This output is reset when a valid User Code is
entered at the remote codepad.
1,10 Panic Alarm
This output operates when a user activates a Codepad Panic Alarm by pressing either [1] and
[3] or [STAY] and [AWAY] at the same time on the remote codepad , or when a keyfob Panic
Alarm is activated by pressing ARM button and DISARM button together on the learned keyfob.
This output is reset when a valid User Code is entered at the remote codepad, or ARM or
DISARM button on the keyfob is pressed to reset alarm.
1,11 Codepad Duress Alarm
This output operates when a user activates a Duress Alarm by adding a 9 to the end of the
User Code used to disarm the system. This output is reset the next time the system is armed.
1,12 Codepad PIN Error – Access Denied
This output operates when the wrong code is entered more times than allowed. The number
of incorrect attempts allowed is programmed in Location 424 or TEXT codepad option "Access
Retry" (Menu 2-3). This output is reset when a valid User Code is entered after the codepad is
unlocked.
1,14 Horn Speaker (Output 1 Only)
This output operates only on Output 1. Use this output for one or two 8 Ω horn speakers.
To enable monitoring of the horn speaker, select Option 2 in Location 492.
1,15 Sirens Running
This output operates for the duration of the Siren Run Time programmed in Location 479.
When the sirens are activated, this output is reset when the Siren Run Time expires. The relay
output (Output 4) is set by default for this operation.
2,0 Strobe Operating
This output operates when an alarm occurs and is reset when a valid User Code is entered.
The strobe output (Output 3) is set by default for strobe operation and is programmed to
reset automatically after 8 hours.
2,1 Silent Alarm
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This output operates when any zone programmed to be silent activates. The output is reset
when the Siren Run Time expires, an audible alarm is activated, or a valid User Code is
entered.
2,2 Alarm When in STAY Mode
This output operates when an audible alarm zone is activated when the system is armed in
STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2. The output is reset when the system is disarmed. Silent alarm
will not trigger this event.
2,3 Alarm When in AWAY Mode
This output operates when an audible zone alarm is activated when the system is armed in
AWAY Mode. The output is reset when the system is disarmed. Silent alarm will not trigger this
event.
2,4 Mimic System Fault
This output operates when any system fault occurs. The output is reset when all system faults
are restored.
2,5 Fire Alarm Resetting
This output operates when a 24-Hour Fire Zone or codepad fire alarm is activated. The output
is reset when a valid User Code is entered or when Siren Run Time expires.
2,6 Fire Alarm Latching
This output operates when a 24-Hour Fire Zone or codepad fire alarm is activated and is reset
when a valid user code is entered in system disarmed state or before the siren time expires in
system armed state.
2,7 Fire Alarm Verification
This feature operates output one second later when a 24-Hour Fire Zone is activated before
Fire alarming or immediately operate output when a 24-Hour Fire Zone is activated after Fire
alarming and before Fire alarming reset. This output event can operate the output only when
the pulse count of the 24-Hour Fire Zone is no less than 2. The output is reset when this Fire
Zone is restored. If no fire zone is activated, this output event is the same with Output Event
0,7.
If the smoke detector trips, the voltage to the smoke detector is disconnected for 15 sec and
then reapplied. No alarm is registered.
2,8 Remote Control 1
This output operates output when using the master code function or A-Link software or
Smartphone App (RSC) to turn remote output 1 on. The output is reset when using the master
code function or A-Link software or Smartphone App (RSC) to manually turn remote output 1
off or automatically turn remote output 1 off when the ON time expires if output polarity is
from 3 to 6 or from 10 to 13.
2,9 Remote Control 2
This output operates output when using the master code function or A-Link software or
Smartphone App (RSC) to turn remote output 2 on. The output is reset when using the master
code function or A-Link software or Smartphone App (RSC) to manually turn remote output 2
off or automatically turn remote output 2 off when the ON time expires if output polarity is
from 3 to 6 or from 10 to 13.
2,10 Remote Control 3
This output operates output when using the master code function or A-Link software or
Smartphone App (RSC) to turn remote output 3 on. The output is reset when using the master
code function or A-Link software or Smartphone App (RSC) to manually turn remote output 3
off or automatically turn remote output 3 off when the ON time expires if output polarity is
from 3 to 6 or from 10 to 13.
2,11 Radio Control Output 1
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This output operates when the "1 Point" button (RADION) on the 4-button keyfob is toggled
ON. The output is reset when this button is toggled OFF manually or automatically toggled off
when the ON time expires if output polarity is from 3 to 6 or from 10 to 13.
2,12 Radio Control Output 2
This output operates when the "2 Point" button (RADION) on the 4-button keyfob is toggled
ON. The output is reset when this button is toggled OFF manually or toggled off automatically
when the ON time expires if output polarity is from 3 to 6 or from 10 to 13.
If you select Option 8 in Location 492, this output does not operate and arms the system in
STAY Mode 1 only.
2,13 Radio Control Output 1 – Not in AWAY Mode
This output operates when the "1 Point" button (RADION) on the 4-button keyfob is toggled
ON when the system is disarmed or armed in STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2. The output is
reset when this button is toggled OFF manually or automatically toggled off when the ON time
expires if output polarity is from 3 to 6 or from 10 to 13. The output does not operate when
the system is armed in AWAY Mode.
2,14 Radio Control Output 2 – Not in AWAY Mode
This output operates when the "2 Point" button (RADION) on the 4-button keyfob is toggled
ON when the system is disarmed or armed in STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2. The output is
reset when this button is toggled OFF manually or automatically toggled off when the ON time
expires if output polarity is from 3 to 6 or from 10 to 13. The output does not operate when
the system is armed in AWAY Mode.
If you select Option 8 in Location 492, this output does not operate and arms the system in
STAY Mode 1 only.
2,15 Communications Failure after Three Unsuccessful Calls
This output operates after the communicator makes three unsuccessful calls to any one used
receiver. The output is reset when all messages are transmitted , or six unsuccessful or no
calls to used receivers.
3,0 Communications Failure
This output operates when either of the communication routes fault. The output is reset when
both route faults clear.
3,1 Communicator Disabled
This output operates when the communicator reporting functions allowed option (1) in
Location 177 is not selected. The output is reset when Option 1 is selected.
3,2 Communicator Active
This output operates when the transmission configuration of two paths for PSTN or CSVIP or
email is not able to transmit data. The output is reset when at least one path's transmission
configuration for PSTN or CSVIP or email is able to transmit data.
3,3 Ring Detect
This output operates when an incoming call is detected by the control panel. The output is
reset when the ringing stops or when the call is answered.
3,4 Codepad Panic (Multi-Break)
This output operates when a Panic Alarm is initiated from the codepad or keyfob. The output
operates for 200 ms if the polarity is programmed as 1 or 8. You can program the time base
and multiplier to increase the period during which the output operates.
3,5 Mimic Zone 1
3,6 Mimic Zone 2
3,7 Mimic Zone 3
3,8 Mimic Zone 4
3,9 Mimic Zone 5
3,10 Mimic Zone 6
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3,11 Mimic Zone 7
3,12 Mimic Zone 8
These output types mimic the zone inputs. The output operates when the zone is unsealed
and is reset when the zone is sealed. They operate regardless of the selected zone type Zone
type can not be "Not Used". This feature operates when the system is armed or disarmed.
4,5 Global Chime
This output operates when any Chime zones are activated. The output is reset when all Chime
zones are resealed.
4,6 Zone Not Sealed
This output operates when a Zone is unsealed. There are some conditions for the zone:
1> the zone type is valid, and is not chime, keyswitch
2> the zone is assigned to a valid partition
3> the zone is not bypassed
4,7 Zone Not Sealed after Exit Time
This output operates if a Zone is unsealed and the exit time of the partition which the zone
belongs to is end. There are some conditions for the zone:
1> the zone type is valid, and is not chime, keyswitch
2> the zone is assigned to a valid partition
3> the zone is not bypassed
The output is reset when all zones are sealed or the system is disarmed.
4,9 AC MAINS 60 Hz or 50 Hz
This output is activated when the AC MAINS supply frequency is 60 Hz. The output is reset if
the AC MAINS supply returns to 50 Hz.
Notice!
Output Event Types 4,10 through 6,1 are available only to partitioned control panels.
4,10 Area 1 Has Unsealed Zone
4,11 Area 2 Has Unsealed Zone
These two outputs operate when a zone in their corresponding area registers as unsealed
either when the area is armed in AWAY Mode or STAY Mode, or the area is disarmed. There are
some conditions for the zone:
1> the zone type is valid, and is not chime, keyswitch
2> the zone is assigned to a valid partition
3> the zone is not bypassed
Example
Zone 1 is allocated to Area 1. If Zone 1 is unsealed, Output Event Type 4,10 operates. The
output is reset when the zone is resealed.
5,2 Area 1 in Alarm
5,3 Area 2 in Alarm
These two outputs operate when a zone in their corresponding area registers an alarm. These
outputs are reset when a valid User Code is entered or Siren Run Time expires.
Example
Zone 1 is allocated to Area 1. If Zone 1 registers an alarm, Output Event Type 5,2 operates.
The output is reset when a valid User Code assigned to Area 1 is entered.
5,6 Area 1 Is Armed
5,7 Area 2 Is Armed
These two outputs operate when their corresponding area are armed in AWAY Mode or STAY
Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2. The output is reset when the corresponding area is disarmed.
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Example
If Area 1 is armed in AWAY Mode or STAY Mode1 or STAY Mode 2, Output Event Type 5,6
operates. The output is reset when Area 1 is disarmed.
5,10 Area 1 Is Disarmed
5,11 Area 2 Is Disarmed
These two outputs operate when their corresponding area is disarmed. The output is reset
when the corresponding area is armed.
Example
If Area 1 is disarmed, Output Event Type 5,10 operates. The output is reset when Area 1 is
disarmed.
5,14 Any Areas Armed
This output operates when either Area 1 or Area 2 is armed in AWAY Mode or STAY Mode 1.
The output is reset when both areas are disarmed.
5,15 Any Areas Disarmed
This output operates when either Area 1 or Area 2 is disarmed. The output is reset when both
areas are armed in AWAY Mode or STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2.
6,2 Remote Control 4
6,3 Remote Control 5
6,4 Remote Control 6
6,5 Remote Control 7
6,6 Remote Control 8
6,7 Remote Control 9
6,8 Remote Control 10
6,9 Remote Control 11
6,10 Remote Control 12
These outputs operate output when using the master code function or A-Link software or
Smartphone App (RSC) to turn remote output on. The output is reset when using the master
code function or A-Link software or Smartphone App (RSC) to manually turn remote output off
or automatically turn remote output 3 off when the ON time expires if output polarity is from 3
to 6 or from 10 to 13.
15.3
Output Polarity
There are fifteen different polarities. Each polarity is designated by a number that you program
into the appropriate location for the output.
0 – Output Not Used
If an output is not required, program the polarity as 0.
1 – Normally Open, Going Low
This polarity is normally open circuit and switches to 0 V when the event occurs. The output
switches back to open circuit when the event is restored. Time parameters do not apply to
this polarity.
2 – Normally Open, Pulsing Low
This polarity is normally open circuit and switches to pulsing 0 V when the event occurs. The
output switches back to open circuit when the event is restored. Time parameters vary the On
time (Time base) and Off time (Time Base*Time Base Multiplier) of the pulse.
3 – Normally Open, One-Shot Low
This one-shot polarity is normally open circuit and switches to 0 V when the event occurs. The
output switches back to open circuit when the time parameter setting expires. This one-shot
time setting always runs its full duration and cannot be manually reset.
4 – Normally Open, One-Shot Low with Reactivate
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This one-shot polarity is normally open circuit and switches to 0 V when the event occurs.
Every time the event occurs, it restarts the one-shot timer. The output switches back to open
circuit when the oneshot time expires. This one-shot time setting always runs its full duration.
You cannot reset the time.
5 – Normally Open, One-Shot Low with Reset
This one-shot polarity is normally open circuit and switches to 0 V when the event occurs. The
output switches back to open circuit when the one-shot time expires or when the event
returns to normal.
6 – Normally Open, One-Shot Low with Alarm
This one-shot polarity is normally open circuit and switches to 0 V when the event occurs. The
output switches back to open circuit when the one-shot time expires, the event returns to
normal.
This polarity is ideally suited for the operation of strobe lights because you can program the
lights to reset (up to 99 hours) and prevent them from burning out or bothering others due to
prolonged operation.
7 – Normally Open, Latching Low
This polarity is normally open circuit and switches to 0 V when the event occurs. The output
switches back to open circuit when a user holds down [7] on the remote codepad until two
beeps sound. Time parameters do not apply to this polarity.
8 – Normally Low, Going Open
This polarity is normally 0 V and switches to open circuit when the event occurs. The output
switches back to 0 V when the event is restored. Time parameters do not apply to this
polarity.
9 – Normally Low, Pulsing Open
This polarity is normally 0 V and switches to pulsing open circuit when the event occurs. The
output switches back to 0 V when the event is restored. Time parameters vary the Off time of
the pulse. (Time base) and On time (Time Base*Time Base Multiplier) of the pulse.
10 – Normally Low, One-Shot Open
This one-shot polarity is normally 0 V and switches to open circuit when the event occurs. The
output switches back to 0 V when the time parameter expires. This one-shot time setting
always runs its full duration and cannot be manually reset.
11 – Normally Low, One-Shot Open with Reactivate
This one-shot polarity is normally 0 V and switches to open circuit when the event occurs.
Every time the event occurs, it restarts the one-shot timer. The output switches back to 0 V
when the one-shot time expires. This one-shot time setting always runs its full duration. You
cannot reset the time.
12 – Normally Low, One-Shot Open with Reset
This one-shot polarity is normally 0 V and switches to open circuit when the event occurs. The
output switches back to 0 V when the one-shot time expires or when the event returns to
normal.
13 – Normally Low, One-Shot Open with Alarm
This one-shot polarity is normally 0 V and switches to open circuit when the event occurs.
Because the output switches back to 0 V when the one-shot time expires, the event returns to
normal, or the system is disarmed, the one-shot timer can be shortened regardless of the time
setting.
14 – Normally Low, Latching Open
This polarity is normally 0 V and switches to open circuit when the event occurs. The output
switches back to 0 V when the user holds down [7] on the remote codepad until two beeps
sound. Time parameters do not apply to this polarity.
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Output Timing
The timing of outputs is calculated by the time base and a multiplier. These two values play
different roles depending on the selected polarity. When you program outputs to pulse, you
can set both the On and Off times. You can program one-shot polarities to operate from 200
ms to 99 hours.
Notice!
The maximum value you can program in the two multiplier locations is 9,9.
The multiplier value is a two-digit decimal number from 00 to 99. For greater accuracy, use 60
sec for 1-min intervals and 60 min for 1-hour intervals.
15.5
Pulsing Polarities
When programming pulsing polarities, you must set both the On and Off times. The duration,
or On time, for an output is determined by time base. In other words, there are only four
possible On times.
The Off time is calculated by multiplying the On time by a decimal number between 00 and 99.
If you want an output to operate for 200 ms every 5 sec, program the time settings as:
On Time: 1
Off Time: 2 5
On Time
Off Time
Increments
Tolerance
200 ms
200 ms to 19.8 sec
200 ms
±200 ms
1 sec
1 to 99 sec
1 sec
±1 sec
1 min
1 to 99 min
1 min
±1 min
1 hour
1 to 99 hr
1 hr
± 1 hr
Table 15.3: Pulsing Time Settings
15.6
One-Shot Polarities
The duration, or On time, of an output is determined by the product of the time base and the
multiplier.
If you want an output to operate for 5 sec, program the time settings as:
Time Base: 2
Multiplier: 0 5
The On time is calculated by multiplying the time base setting (1 sec) by the multiplier value
(05) (for example, 1 x 05 – 5 sec).
On Time
Increments
Tolerance
200 ms to 19.8 sec
200 ms
±200 ms
1 to 99 sec
1 sec
±1 sec
1 to 99 min
1 min
±1 min
1 to 99 hr
1 hr
± 1 hr
Table 15.4: One-Shot Time Settings
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RF Option Bit
1 – Sound Siren on RF Receiver Fail
If this option is selected, the horn speaker, piezo, and strobe operate when the RF receiver
fails to communicate with the control panel.
2 – Sound Siren on RF Tamper/Jamming
If this option is selected, the horn speaker, piezo, and strobe operate when the tamper switch
on the receiver becomes open circuit or the receiver picks up jamming signals from an RF
device.
4 – Unseal Zone that Fails Supervision
If a wireless zone device fails to send a signal within the RF Supervision Time programmed in
Location393 the codepad zone indicator lights as unsealed.
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Reports
17.1
Zone Tamper Report
A Zone Tamper Report (Contact ID Event Code144) is sent when Option 14 is programmed in
Location 266 and the zone loop using split EOL resistors (3K3/6K8) with tamper (1K)
becomes open circuit.
17.2
Walk Test Report
A Walk Test Report (Contact ID Event Code 607) is sent when either the Installer or Master
Code holder activates Walk Test Mode.
17.3
Bypass Report
A zone is bypassed when it is manually isolated. A Zone Bypass Report (Contact ID Event Code
573) is sent at the end of Exit Time for any zone that was manually isolated. A 24-Hour Zone
sends a Zone Bypass Report when the zone is selected to be isolated.
A Zone Bypass Restore Report is sent when the system is disarmed. All bypassed zones are
automatically cleared when the system is disarmed.
The Bypass code parameter has no effect on Contact ID Format because a Zone Bypass is
always reported as Event Code 573.
Notice!
A 24-Hour Fire Zone that is manually bypassed reports as Contact ID Event Code 571.
Other 24-Hour Zone that is manually bypassed reports as Contact ID Event Code 572.
17.4
Trouble Report
A zone is in trouble when it is unsealed at the end of Exit Time. A Sensor Trouble Report
(Contact ID Event Code 380) is sent to indicate that one or more zones were automatically
isolated by the system. 24- Hour Zones that are unsealed at the end of Exit Time do not
transmit a Sensor Trouble Report because the restoral for that zone is still outstanding.
A Sensor Trouble Restore Report is sent for Burglary Zones when the zone is resealed or the
next time the system is disarmed (whichever happens first). A 24- Hour Zone sends a restore
signal only when it is resealed.
The Trouble code parameter has no effect on Contact ID Format because a Sensor Trouble
Report is always reported as Event Code 380.
17.5
Sensor Watch Report
A Self Test Failure Report (Contact ID Event Code307) is sent to the base station receiver
when a zone was not activated during the Sensor Watch Time programmed in Locations 476
and 477 This report continues to be sent (according to the frequency of the Sensor Watch
Time) until the fault is corrected.
To clear the fault and stop any additional reporting, you must unseal and reseal the zone that
registered the fault. Use the Sensor Watch Time in Locations476 and 477 to set the number of
days a zone can remain sealed without registering a fault.
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Alarm Restore Code
Location 392 is ignored when programming the Alarm Restore code and is global for all zones.
A zone Restore Report is sent only to the receiving party to which the zone is allocated (for
example, Receiver 1 or Receiver 2).
17.7
RF Receiver Trouble Report
RF Signal Jamming (Contact ID Event Code 344, Point ID Code 821)
RF Receiver Tamper Switch (Contact ID Event Code 341, Point ID Code 821)
RF Receiver Failure (Contact ID Event Code 333, Point ID Code 821)
17.8
RF Receiver Trouble Restore Report
An RF Receiver Trouble Restore Report is sent to the base station receiver when the RF
receiver no longer registers RF Signal Jamming, RF Receiver Tamper Switch, or RF Receiver
Failure.
17.9
RF Low Battery Report
An RF Low Battery Report (Contact ID Event Code384) is sent to the base station receiver
when the battery voltage on a wireless zone falls below its corresponding low battery
condition. An RF Low Battery Restore Report is sent on the first valid signal after the battery is
replaced.
17.10
Arm/Disarm Reports
A Disarm Report (Contact ID Event Code 401) is sent to the base station receiver when the
system is disarmed from AWAY Mode. An Arm Report (Contact ID Event Code 401) is sent at
the end of Exit Time when the system is armed in AWAY Mode.
If an expanded format is selected, this code is used as the Expansion Code and the user
number that armed or disarmed the system follows in the same transmission.
To enable Arm/Disarm Reports in STAY Mode:
Select Option 2 in Location 178. To enable Arm/Disarm Reports only after a previous alarm,
select Option 1 in Location 178.
17.11
Codepad Duress Report
A Duress Report (Contact ID Event Code 121) is sent to the base station receiver when 9 is
added to the end of any valid User Code used to disarm the system. This alarm is always
silent. A Duress Alarm can be activated during Exit Time. In other words, if the system is
armed and then disarmed by adding 9 to the end of the User Code before Exit Time expires, a
Codepad Duress Report is transmitted. Adding 9 to the end of a User Code when arming the
system does not cause a Duress Alarm.
If you want a 3 to activate a Codepad Duress Alarm instead of 9, select Option 2 in Location
498.
Notice!
Restore Reports are not sent for this event.
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Codepad Panic Report
A Panic Alarm Report (Contact ID Event Code 120) is sent to the base station receiver when a
user presses either [1] and [3] or [STAY] and [AWAY] at the same time. A Panic Alarm is
audible, but you can program the alarm as silent by selecting Option 1 in Location 493.
17.13
Codepad Fire Report
A Fire Alarm Report (Contact ID Event Code 110) is sent to the base station receiver when a
user presses [4] and [6] at the same time. A Fire Alarm is audible, but you can program the
alarm as silent by selecting Option 2 in Location 493. A distinct fire sound is emitted through
the horn speaker to indicate this type of alarm. The fire sound is different than the burglary
sound.
17.14
Codepad Medical Report
A Medical Report (Contact ID Event Code 100) is sent to the base station receiver when a user
presses [7] and [9] at the same time. A Medical Alarm is audible, but you can program the
alarm as silent by selecting Option 4 in Location 493.
17.15
AUX Power Supply Fail Report
A System Trouble Report (Contact ID Event Code312) is sent when either the codepad AUX
power supply is blown or the AUX power supply malfunctions. The system reports the event
approximately 10 sec after the failure.
17.16
AUX Power Supply Fail Restore Report
A System Trouble Restore Report (Contact ID Event Code 312) is sent when the AUX power
supply is reset. The system reports the event approximately 10 sec after power supply is
reset.
17.17
AC Fail Report
An AC Fail Report (Contact ID Event Code 301) is sent to the base station receiver when the
AC MAINS supply is disconnected for 2 min. If you do not want an AC Fail Report to be sent
until the AC MAINS supply is disconnected for 1 hour, select Option 1 in Location 494. If you
want to ignore AC Fail, select Option 2 in Location 494.
17.18
AC Fail Restore Report
An AC Fail Restore Report is sent when the AC MAINS supply is connected continuously for
longer than 2 min.
17.19
Low Battery Report
A Battery Test Failure Report (Contact ID Event Code 302) is sent to the base station receiver
when the system’s battery voltage falls below 11 VDC or when a Dynamic Battery Test detects
a low capacity battery.
The control panel continually monitors the battery voltage. A Dynamic Battery Test is done
every time the system is armed and every 4 hours after the control panel is powered up.
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Low Battery Restore Report
A Low Battery Restore Report is sent if the backup battery is restored the next time the
system is armed, or when the next Dynamic Battery Test reports the battery test is OK when
the system’s battery voltage rises to 12 VDC.
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Strings
18.1
Fault String
Index
Fault
String
1
NoSystemFault
"No System Fault"
2
LowBattery
"System Low Battery"
3
Clock
"Clock Not Set"
4
PhoneLine
"Phone Line Fault"
5
PowerAUX1
"AUX Power Fault"
6
PowerAUX2
"+12V Power Fault"
7
PowerBUS1
"BUS Power Fault"
8
OnBoardTamper
"Onboard Tamper"
9
Route1
"Route1 Fault"
10
Route2
"Route2 Fault"
11
Output1
"Output1 Fault"
12
Output2
"Output2 Fault"
13
Output3
"Output3 Fault"
14
Codepad
"Codepad $ Miss"
15
CodepadTamper
"Codepad $ Tamper"
16
SensorWatch
"Sensor$$ WatchFail"
17
SensorMissing
"Sensor $$ Missing"
18
SensorTamper
"Sensor $$ Tamper"
19
SensorLowBattery
"Sensor $$ LowBatt"
20
RFReceiver
"RF Receiver Miss"
21
RFReceiverJamming
"RF Receiver Jam"
22
RFReceiverTamper
"RF Receiver Tamper"
23
RFRepeater
"RF Repeater $ Miss"
24
RFRepeaterJamming
"RF Repeater $ Jam"
25
RFRepeaterTamper
"RFRepeater$ Tamper"
26
KeyfobLowBattery
"Keyfob $$ LowBatt"
Note: "$" in the string will be replaced by matched number.
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Event String
Index
Event
String(Email/Codepad Display)
CID
SIA
1
SystemReset
"System Reset"
0
"----"
2
ZoneAlarm
"Z$$ Alarm"
0x1130 "rBAp"
3
ZoneAlarmRestore
"Z$$ Alarm Restore"
0x3130 "rBHp"
4
ZoneTrouble
"Z$$ Trouble"
0x1380 "rBTp"
5
ZoneTroubleRestore
"Z$$ Trouble Restore"
0x3380 "rBJp"
6
ZoneBypass
"Z$$ Bypass"
0x1573 "rBBp"
7
ZoneUnBypass
"Z$$ UnBypass"
0x3573 "rBUp"
8
24HrZoneAlarm
"24Hr Z$$ Alarm"
0x1133 "rBAp"
9
24HrZoneAlarmRestore
"24Hr Z$$ Alarm Restore"
0x3133 "rBHp"
10
24HrZoneTrouble
"24Hr Z$$ Trouble"
0x1380 "rBTp"
11
24HrZoneTroubleRestore
"24Hr Z$$ Trouble Restore"
0x3380 "rBJp"
12
24HrBypass
"24Hr Z$$ Bypass"
0x1572 "rBBp"
13
24HrUnBypass
"24Hr Z$$ UnBypass"
0x3572 "rBUp"
14
24HrMedicalZoneAlarm
"24Hr Medical Z$$ Alarm"
0x1100 "rMAp"
15
24HrMedicalZoneAlarmResto "24Hr Medical Z$$ Alarm Restore"
0x3100 "rMHp"
re
16
24HrMedicalZoneTrouble
"24Hr Medical Z$$ Trouble"
17
24HrMedicalZoneTroubleRes "24Hr Medical Z$$ Trouble
0x1380 "rMTp"
0x3380 "rMJp"
tore
Restore"
18
24HrMedicalZoneBypass
"24Hr Medical Z$$ Bypass"
0x1572 "rMBp"
19
24HrMedicalZoneUnBypass
"24Hr Medical Z$$ UnBypass"
0x3572 "rMUp"
20
24HrTamperZoneAlarm
"24Hr Tamper Z$$ Alarm"
0x1137 "rTAp"
21
24HrTamperZoneAlarmResto "24Hr Tamper Z$$ Alarm Restore"
0x3137 "rTRp"
re
22
24HrTamperZoneTrouble
"24Hr Tamper Z$$ Trouble"
23
24HrTamperZoneTroubleRes "24Hr Tamper Z$$ Trouble
0x1380 "rTTp"
0x3380 "rTJp"
tore
Restore"
24
24HrTamperZoneBypass
"24Hr Tamper Z$$ Bypass"
0x1572 "rTBp"
25
24HrTamperZoneUnBypass
"24Hr Tamper Z$$ UnBypass"
0x3572 "rTUp"
26
24HrPanicZoneAlarm
"24Hr Panic Z$$ Alarm"
0x1120 "rPAp"
27
24HrPanicZoneAlarmRestore "24Hr Panic Z$$ Alarm Restore"
0x3120 "rPHp"
28
24HrPanicZoneTrouble
0x1375 "rPTp"
"24Hr Panic Z$$ Trouble"
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24HrPanicZoneTroubleResto "24Hr Panic Z$$ Trouble Restore"
0x3375 "rPJp"
re
30
24HrPanicZoneBypass
"24Hr Panic Z$$ Bypass"
0x1572 "rPBp"
31
24HrPanicZoneUnBypass
"24Hr Panic Z$$ UnBypass"
0x3572 "rPUp"
32
24HrHoldUpZoneAlarm
"24Hr Hold-Up Z$$ Alarm"
0x1122 "rHAp"
33
24HrHoldUpZoneAlarmResto "24Hr Hold-Up Z$$ Alarm Restore"
0x3122 "rHHp"
re
34
24HrHoldUpZoneTrouble
"24Hr Hold-Up Z$$ Trouble"
35
24HrHoldUpZoneTroubleRes "24Hr Hold-Up Z$$ Trouble
0x1376 "rHTp"
0x3376 "rHJp"
tore
Restore"
36
24HrHoldUpZoneBypass
"24Hr Hold-Up Z$$ Bypass"
0x1572 "rHBp"
37
24HrHoldUpZoneUnBypass
"24Hr Hold-Up Z$$ UnBypass"
0x3572 "rHUp"
38
24HrFireZoneAlarm
"24Hr Fire Z$$ Alarm"
0x1110 "rFAp"
39
24HrFireZoneAlarmRestore
"24Hr Fire Z$$ Alarm Restore"
0x3110 "rFHp"
40
24HrFireZoneTrouble
"24Hr Fire Z$$ Trouble"
0x1373 "rFTp"
41
24HrFireZoneTroubleRestore "24Hr Fire Z$$ Trouble Restore"
0x3373 "rFJp"
42
24HrFireZoneBypass
"24Hr Fire Z$$ Bypass"
0x1571 "rFBp"
43
24HrFireZoneUnBypass
"24Hr Fire Z$$ UnBypass"
0x3571 "rFUp"
44
SensorWatchFail
"Sensor $$ Watch Fail"
0x1391 "rNAp"
45
SensorWatchFailRestore
"Sensor $$ Watch Fail Restore"
0x3391 "rNSp"
46
SensorTamper
"Sensor $$ Tamper"
0x1144 "rTAp"
47
SensorTamperRestore
"Sensor $$ Tamper Restore"
0x3144 "rTRp"
48
AwayArm
"User$$$/Telephone/A-Link/
0x3401 "rCLp"
Schedule/ Quick/PowerUp Area$
AWAY Arm"
49
Stay1Arm
"User$$$/A-Link/Schedule/Quick/
0x3441 "iNLa"
PowerUp Area$ STAY1 Arm"
50
Stay2Arm
"A-Link/Quick/PowerUp Area$
0x3456 "iNMa"
STAY2 Arm"
51
Disarm
"User$$$/A-Link/Schedule/
0x1401 "rOPp"
Installer/QuickArea$ Disarm"
52
Duress
"User$$$ Duress Alarm"
0x1121 "iHA-"
53
DateTimeSet
"User$$$/A-Link Set Clock"
0x1625 "JTp-"
54
KeyswitchAwayArm
"Keyswitch Zone$$ Area$ AWAY
0x3409 "rCSp"
Arm"
55
KeyswitchStay1Arm
"Keyswitch Zone$$ Area$ STAY1
Arm"
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56
KeyswitchAwayDisarm
"Keyswitch Zone$$ Area$ Disarm"
0x1409 "rOSp"
57
CodepadLocked
"Codepad $$ Locked"
0x1461 "jJAa"
58
KeyfobPanic
"Keyfob $$ Panic"
0x1120 "PAp-"
59
CodepadPanic
"Codepad $$ Panic"
0x1120 "rPAp"
60
CodepadMedical
"Codepad $$ Medical"
0x1100 "rMAp"
61
CodepadFire
"Codepad $$ Fire"
0x1110 "rFAp"
62
PowerFail
"AC Power Fail"
0x1301 "AT--"
63
PowerRestore
"AC Power Restore"
0x3301 "AR--"
64
LowBattery
"System Low Battery"
0x1302 "YT--"
65
BatteryRestore
"System Battery Restore"
0x3302 "YR--"
66
AuxPowerFail
"AUX Power Fail"
0x1312 "YI--"
67
AuxPowerFailRestore
"AUX Power Restore"
0x3312 "YJ--"
68
PanelTamper
"Panel Tamper"
0x1341 "ESp-"
69
PanelTamperRestore
"Panel Tamper Restore"
0x3341 "EJp-"
70
RFSensorLowBattery
"RF Sensor $$ Low Battery"
0x1384 "XTp-"
71
RFSensorBatteryRestore
"RF Sensor $$ Battery Restore"
0x3384 "XRp-"
72
KeyfobLowBattery
"Keyfob $$ Low Battery"
0x1384 "XTp-"
73
KeyfobBatteryRestore
"Keyfob $$ Battery Restore"
0x3384 "XRp-"
74
RFSensorMissing
"RF Sensor $$ Missing"
0x1381 "BZp-"
75
RFSensorMissingRestore
"RF Sensor $$ Missing Restore"
0x3381 "BRp-"
76
RFFireSensorMissing
"RF Fire Sensor $$ Missing"
0x1381 "FZp-"
77
RFFireSensorMissingRestore "RF Fire Sensor $$ Missing
0x3381 "FRp-"
Restore"
78
RFReceiverMissing
"RF Receiver Missing"
0x1333 "EMp-"
79
RFReceiverMissingRestore
"RF Receiver Missing Restore"
0x3333 "ENp-"
80
RFReceiverJamming
"RF Receiver Jamming"
0x1344 "XQp-"
81
RFReceiverJammingRestore
"RF Receiver Jamming Restore"
0x3344 "XHp-"
82
RFReceiverTamper
"RF Receiver Tamper"
0x1341 "XSp-"
83
RFReceiverTamperRestore
"RF Receiver Tamper Restore"
0x3341 "XJp-"
84
RFRepeaterMissing
"RF Repeater $$ Missing"
0x1333 "EMp-"
85
RFRepeaterMissingRestore
"RF Repeater $$ Missing Restore"
0x3333 "ENp-"
86
RFRepeaterJamming
"RF Repeater $$ Jamming"
0x1344 "XQp-"
87
RFRepeaterJammingRestore
"RF Repeater $$ Jamming
0x3344 "XHp-"
Restore"
88
RFRepeaterTamper
"RF Repeater $$ Tamper"
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RFRepeaterTamperRestore
"RF Repeater $$ Tamper Restore"
0x3341 "XJp-"
90
CodepadMissing
"Codepad $$ Missing"
0x1333 "EMp-"
91
CodepadMissingRestore
"Codepad $$ Missing Restore"
0x3333 "ENp-"
92
CodepadTamper
"Codepad $$ Tamper"
0x1341 "ESp-"
93
CodepadTamperRestore
"Codepad $$ Tamper Restore"
0x3341 "EJp-"
94
IPModuleMissing
"IP Module $$ Missing"
0x1333 "EMp-"
95
IPModuleMissingRestore
"IP Module $$ Missing Restore"
0x3333 "ENp-"
96
IPModuleTamper
"IP Module $$ Tamper"
0x1341 "ESp-"
97
IPModuleTamperRestore
"IP Module $$ Tamper Restore"
0x3341 "EJp-"
98
EXOutputMissing
"Ex. Output $$ Missing"
0x1333 "EMp-"
99
EXOutputMissingRestore
"Ex. Output $$ Missing Restore"
0x3333 "ENp-"
100
EXOutputTamper
"Ex. Output $$ Tamper"
0x1341 "ESp-"
101
EXOutputTamperRestore
"Ex. Output $$ Tamper Restore"
0x3341 "EJp-"
102
WalkTestBegin
"Walk Test Begin"
0x1607 "----"
103
WalkTestEnd
"Walk Test End"
0x3607 "----"
104
ProgramChange
"Program Change"
0x1306 "YG--"
105
PhoneLineFail
"Phone Line Fail"
0x1351 "LT1-"
106
PhoneLineRestore
"Phone Line Restore"
0x3351 "LR1-"
107
OutputFail
"Warning Device Fail"
0x1320 "YA--"
108
OutputRestore
"Warning Device Restore"
0x3320 "YH--"
109
CommFail
"Comm Fail"
0x1354 "YC--"
110
CommRestore
"Comm Restore"
0x3354 "YK--"
111
CommManualTest
"Comm Manual Test"
0x1601 "RX0-"
112
CommAutoTest
"Comm Auto Test"
0x1602 "RP--"
Note: "$" in the string will be replaced by matched number.
2014.07 | 00n | F01U298026
Installation Guide
Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
130 Perinton Parkway
Fairport, NY 14450
USA
www.boschsecurity.com
© Bosch Security Systems, Inc., 2014
Bosch Sicherheitssysteme GmbH
Robert-Bosch-Ring 5
85630 Grasbrunn
Germany