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Table of contents
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Graphics
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Safety
8
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Short Information
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System overview
10
4.1
Communication
10
4.2
Zones
10
4.3
Tamper Description
10
4.4
Area
10
4.5
User
10
4.6
Programmable Output
10
4.7
Key Switch
10
4.8
Event Log
10
4.9
Keypads
10
5
Optional Modules and Peripheral Devices
11
5.1
Keypad
11
5.1.1
Brief Introduction
11
5.1.2
Address Setting
11
5.1.3
Wiring and Installation
12
5.1.4
Test
13
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5.2
DX2010 Input Expansion Module
13
5.2.1
Installation
13
5.2.2
Wiring
13
5.2.3
Tamper
15
5.2.4
Address Setting
15
5.2.5
Status Indicator
16
5.2.6
Test
16
5.3
DX3010 Output Expansion Module
17
5.3.1
Installation
17
5.3.2
Wiring
17
5.3.3
Address Setting
18
5.3.4
Test
19
5.4
B426 Network Interface Module
19
5.4.1
Brief Introduction
19
5.4.2
Installation
19
5.4.3
Wiring
19
5.4.4
Address Setting
20
5.4.5
Configuration
20
5.4.6
Status Indicator
20
5.4.7
Test
21
5.5
ITS-DX4020-G Communication Module
21
5.5.1
Brief Introduction
21
5.5.2
Installation
21
5.5.3
Connection
21
5.5.4
Test
22
5.6
RF 3227E RF Receiver
23
5.6.1
Brief Introduction
23
5.6.2
Installation
23
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5.6.3
Address Setting
26
5.6.4
Wiring
26
5.6.5
Status Indicator
27
5.7
RFRC-OPT Radion Receiver
27
5.8
Remote Programming Software
27
5.9
Programming Key / Firmware Upgrade Key
27
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Installation
28
6.1
Module Installation
28
6.2
Battery Installation
29
6.3
System Power Up
30
6.4
System Status Indicator
31
6.5
Prerequisites for Certification conform Installation
31
6.5.1
EN 50131-3 Grade 2, Environmental Class 2
31
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Settings
32
7.1
Communication and Reporting
32
7.1.1
Receiver Telephone number /IP Address and Port
32
7.1.2
Receiver Subscriber ID Number
33
7.1.3
Receiver Transmission Format
33
7.1.4
Receiver Network Programming Options
37
7.1.5
Dual IP
38
7.1.6
System Reporting
39
7.1.7
Automatic Test Report
44
7.1.8
Report Expiry Time
44
7.1.9
Remote PC Settings
44
7.1.10
Domestic Call
45
7.2
Zones
46
7.2.1
Zone Inputs
46
7.2.2
Zone Function Settings / Zone Types
47
7.2.3
Zone Function Settings / Zone Options
53
7.2.4
Adding and Changing Zone
57
7.2.5
Zone Indication Keypad and Event Log
57
7.3
Outputs
58
7.3.1
Onboard / Extension Output
58
7.3.2
Output Events
58
7.3.3
Output Options
63
7.3.4
Alarm Siren Ringing Time
64
7.4
Access Codes
64
7.4.1
Installer Code
64
7.4.2
User Codes
64
7.5
System Settings - General
65
7.5.1
Installer Access Until Next Arming
65
7.5.2
Force Arm When System Is In Trouble Condition
65
7.5.3
Siren / PO-1+PO-2 Supervision
65
7.5.4
Keypad 2 Button Alarm
65
7.5.5
Phone Line Monitor
65
7.5.6
Beep For Warning Devices
65
7.5.7
Silence Warning Device When Disarmed
65
7.5.8
Event Record Count per Set/Unset Period
66
7.5.9
System Tamper Indication In Area
66
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7.5.10
Internal Siren Beep As Indication
66
7.5.11
Battery Check Interval
66
7.5.12
Cross Zone Timer
66
7.5.13
AC Power Supply Fault Report Delay
66
7.5.14
Date and Time
66
7.5.15
Fault Inquiry
66
7.5.16
Quick Arming
77
7.5.17
Keypad Settings
77
7.5.18
Fault Report Settings
77
7.5.19
Zone Tamper Bypass when DEOL Zone is Bypassed
78
7.6
System Settings - RF Options
78
7.7
Area Settings
78
7.7.1
Common Area
78
7.7.2
Area Delay
79
7.7.3
Keypad Area
79
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Configuration
80
8.1
System Power Up
80
8.2
System Status Indicator
80
8.3
Installer and User Code Commands
80
8.4
Reset to Factory Default Settings
82
8.5
Programming with Keypad
82
8.5.1
LCD Keypad Menu Programming
82
8.5.2
LED/LCD Keypad Programming
90
8.6
PC Programming
91
8.6.1
Direct Connection
93
8.6.2
Modem Connection
95
8.6.3
IP Connection
100
8.7
Programming with the ICP-EZPK Programming Key
105
8.8
Firmware Upgrade with the ICP-EZRU2 Upgrade Key
106
9
Programming
107
9.1
Communication and Reports Setting
107
9.2
Zone Programming
113
9.3
Output Programming
124
9.4
Access Codes
129
9.5
System Programming
135
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Keypad Usage and Operations
153
10.1
Keypad Operating Instructions
153
10.2
Arming and Disarming the System
158
10.2.1
Arming the System
158
10.2.2
Disarming the System
159
10.3
Faults and Tamper Conditions
159
10.3.1
System Fault or Tamper Analysis Mode in LED Keypad
159
10.3.2
System Fault or Tamper Analysis Mode in Text Keypad
161
10.4
System Test
162
10.4.1
Siren Test
162
10.4.2
Communication Test
162
10.4.3
Walk Test Mode
162
10.5
Event Log Recall Mode
162
10.6
Reset the Control Panel
163
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10.7
Bypassing
163
10.7.1
Bypassing Zones
163
10.8
Codes
164
10.8.1
Add/Change and Delete User Code
164
10.8.2
Change Individual Code
165
10.9
Keypad Alarm Operation Commands
165
10.9.1
Keypad Panic Alarm
165
10.9.2
Keypad Fire Alarm
166
10.9.3
Keypad Medical Alarm
166
10.10
Domestic Dialing
166
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Troubleshooting
167
12
Maintenance
170
13
Technical Data
171
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Graphics
1
R
G
B
Y
Risk of shock if N,L1 or
is connected incorrectly.
For operation safety, the ground terminals must
be connected.
_ 900mA
AUX 1: <
_ 900mA
AUX 2: <
TIP
TH
RH
RING
R
G
B
Y
AUX1 AUX2 AUX2 AUX1
+12V +12V -
Keypads:
1=
2=
AUX Power
GND
AC
AC
I ∑
_
< 2000mA
IUI-AMAX4-TEXT
IUI-AMAX3-LED16 3 =
IUI-AMAX3-LED8
4=
Transformer
Bosch Option
_ 900mA
Bus 2 <
18VAC@50VA
+
Battery
12V 7Ah
_ 18Ah
12V <
5-16 Inst. Guide
Keypads:
IUI-AMAX-LED8
IUI-AMAX-LCD8
Bosch Option
_ 900mA
Bus 1 <
1=
2=
I/O Moduls:
DX2010
DX3010
DX4010
Adr. 103 - 108
Adr. 150 - 151
Adr. 253
Communicators:
DX4020G
B426
Adr. 134
Adr. 134(6) / 250(9)
RF Receiver:
RF3227E
RFRC-OPT
Y
Y
G
G
B
B
R
R
+12V
P0+4
+12V
P0+3
+12V
P0+
COM
P0-2
COM
P0-1
PO+4: _
<
_
PO+3: <
_
PO -2: <
_
PO -1: <
L16
1=
1= (1)
230V ~50Hz
230mA
Fuse 1 A
750mA
750mA
500mA
500mA
supervised
100 Ω - 2,2 k
COM
L15
Factory
Default
L14
Program Key Port
3
COM
1
3
2
L13
Zones
L12
♥
Slow flash: Normal state
On: Trouble state
Off: Trouble state
PO-5
+12V
2
L11
L10
Zones
Wachdog
output
<100mA
_
3
COM
3
COM
2
+
0V
L9
Tamper
L1a
L1b
L2
L3
COM
L4
L5
L6
COM
L7
COM
L8
IUI-AMAX3 +4 Keypad
3
3
Fire
2
Intrusion
3
2
B
G
3
1
Y
COM
2
1 Tamper Switch
2 Zone Switch
3 EOL 2,2 k
1
3
Z1
2
R
3
Figure 1.1: Wiring Diagram
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Safety
This system / product must be installed by a qualified installer / service person.
During installation and wiring, the control panel power source must be switched-off to prevent
equipment damage.
–
To switch off the Power Source, an easy accessible circuit breaker must be available.
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The System / product must be connected to a socket-outlet with a protective earthing
contact
The User has to disconnect all Telecommunication Network Connectors before unplug the
power adaptor.
After the control panel wiring is completed, connect the AC power and backup batteries.
The Mains indicator on the keypad will light to show that AC power is connected.
Notice!
- Use only non spillable battery
- Battery must be recycled
- When battery is not replaced correctly, risk of fire explosion or burning
- Replace the battery every 3-5 years under normal conditions of use.
- Place a Label with change date on the battery
Notice!
The system must be installed and maintained by qualified installer / service person.
Bosch recommends testing the whole alarm system at least once a week.
Maintenance should be done by qualified installer / service person four times a year.
Consequences
Danger!
As static-sensitive components are included in PCBs, anti-static steps should be followed and
they should be carefully installed.
Before installing the alarm control panel, the static electricity possibly carried should be
discharged by contacting the grounding terminal of the alarm control panel.
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Short Information
Congratulations on selecting the AMAX panel 4000 for your installation. Spend some time
reading through this guide and familiarize yourself with the outstanding Operation and
installation features of this system so that you can get the most from your unit. In all aspects
of planning, engineering, styling, operation, convenience and adaptability, we try to anticipate
your every possible requirement. Programming simplicity and speed are our major
considerations; we believe that our objectives have been attained. This installation guide
explains all aspects of programming the AMAX panel 4000 from factory default to final
commissioning. All system parameters and options are dealt with in detail, but adaptability
differs with individuals. Each control panel can be tailored to meet your requirements quickly
and easily. The programming simplicity makes your installation quick, accurate and rewarding.
The AMAX panel 4000 equipped with 16 on-board wired zones can be expanded to 64 wired
zones.
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System overview
4.1
Communication
The AMAX panel 4000 transmits reports with Contact ID and SIA, also supports domestic call.
With additional modules B426 and/or DX4020G Conettix IP via Ethernet or GPRS is supported
as well as dual IP communication. AMAX panel 4000 supports remote programming and
system control by using remote programming software A-LINK PLUS.
4.2
Zones
The alarm control panel supports up to 64 zones, including 16 on-board zones and up to 48
zones increased with upto six DX2010 input expansion modules or wireless devices.
4.3
Tamper Description
The main board is equipped with a separate input for an enclosure tamper contact, not
belonging to the 16 on-board zones.
4.4
Area
The system supports up to 16 independent areas. Area 1 can be used as a common area.
4.5
User
The alarm control panel supports up to 64 independent users. User Code and authority can be
specified for each user.
When using RF up to 128 Keyfobs are possible, representing 128 additional users.
4.6
Programmable Output
The alarm control panel supports up to 20 programmable outputs, including 4 on-board
outputs and up to 16 external outputs using two DX3010 output modules.
4.7
Key Switch
The system can be armed / disarmed with toggle key switch and on/off key switch.
Key Switches are connected to onboard or extension module zone inputs.
4.8
Event Log
AMAX panel 4000 stores events in its non volatile memory. Even if the alarm control panel
does not transmit related event report, the event will be maintained. The events in history can
be directly inquired through the keypad or uploaded to the remote programming software.
AMAX panel 4000 stores the following lists of events:
4.9
Event log
Event quantity
Event type
All event log
254
All events
EN event log
254
EN events
Dialer event log
254
Dialer events
Keypads
The keypad and the document attached to the alarm control panel further simplify the
installation and operation of the alarm control panel.
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Optional Modules and Peripheral Devices
5.1
Keypad
5.1.1
Brief Introduction
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The system supports up to 16 keypads. Five supported keypads are as follows:
5.1.2
–
IUI-AMAX4-TEXT (LCD Text Keypad)
–
IUI-AMAX3-LED16 (16 Zone LED Keypad)
–
IUI-AMAX3-LED8 (8 Zone LED Keypad)
–
IUI-AMAX-LED8 (8 Zone LED Keypad)
–
IUI-AMAX-LCD8 (8 Zone LCD Keypad)
Address Setting
For IUI-AMAX4-TEXT, IUI-AMAX3-LED16, IUI-AMAX3-LED8 keypads, the address of the keypad is
programmed with 6-position DIP switch. See , page 11. The address of each keypad is
unique.
On
Off
Figure 5.1: 6-Position DIP Switch
DIP switches 5 and 6 are not used.
DIP Switch
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
Keypad Address
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
2
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
3
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
4
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
5
On
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
6
Off
On
On
Off
Off
Off
7
On
On
On
Off
Off
Off
8
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
9
On
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
10
Off
On
Off
On
Off
Off
11
On
On
Off
On
Off
Off
12
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
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On
Off
On
On
Off
Off
14
Off
On
On
On
Off
Off
15
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
16
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
Table 5.1: Keypad Address Settings
IUI-AMAX-LED8 and IUI-AMAX-LCD8 keypads can only be set to address 1 or address 2 through
the address jumper.
–
Jumper not short-circuited: Address 1.
–
Jumper short-circuited: Address 2.
Address 1
Jumper not short-circuited:
Address 2
Jumper short-circuited (both metal pins are covered)
Table 5.2: Keypad Jumper Settings
See also
–
5.1.3
Keypad Address Settings, page 11
Wiring and Installation
Connect the keypad to the bus of the alarm control panel. See , page 13
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R: provides 12V power supply for the keypad and other devices.
–
B: ground conductor.
–
G: for the alarm control panel to transmit data to external devices.
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Y: for external devices to transmit data to the alarm control panel.
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Alarm Control Panel
PO 1
PO 2
PO 3
PO 4
Keypad
Red
B
Black
G
Green
Y
Yellow
R
R
B
G
Y
Figure 5.2: Connecting to the Control Panel
The length of the 0.8mm or 1.0mm cable for connection of a single keypad cannot exceed 200
m.
Notice!
The alarm control panel can connect to up to 16 keypads at the same time, upto 8 wired to
Bosch Option Bus 1 and upto 8 wired to Bosch Option Bus 2. The total length of the cable for
connection of all keypads and expansion module wired to one Bosch Option Bus cannot
exceed 700m.
5.1.4
Test
The alarm control panel tests the communication with the keypad and transmits the keypad
communication failure report in case of failure of communication.
5.2
DX2010 Input Expansion Module
5.2.1
Installation
The alarm control panel supports up to six DX2010 input expansion modules. The module is
connected to Bosch option bus 1 or 2. the data bus of the alarm control panel. Each
expansion module supports up to eight zone inputs.
Please refer to , page 28 for more details.
5.2.2
Wiring
Do not use twisted pair or shielded cable to connect DX2010 and the alarm control panel. For
details on length of cable, refer the Table below.
Power Supply
Wire diameter of 0.8mm
Wire diameter of 1.2mm
External Power Supply
200m
200m
Alarm Control Panel
30m
76m
Table 5.3: Lengths of cable for DX2010
For connecting the DX2010 to the bus of the alarm control panel for power supply, refer to
Figure below.
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AUX 1- AUX 2- AUX 2+ AUX 1+
DX2010
COM
1
Yellow
G
Green
B
Black (-)
R
Red (+)
Y
Y
G
B
R
TMPR
Figure 5.3: Connecting DX2010 to the Control Panel
For use of external power supply, refer to Figure below.
Alarm Control Panel
AUX 1- AUX 2- AUX 2+ AUX 1+
DX2010
COM
1
Yellow
G
Green
B
Black (-)
R
Red (+)
Y
Y
G
B
R
TMPR
(+)
(-)
12VDC
External Power Supply
Figure 5.4: Connecting DX2010 to the Control Panel with External Power supply
Notice!
The alarm control panel provides 12 VDC power supply with maximum 900mA for each bus or
auxiliary power for the output of external devices.
When the total current of the bus and the auxiliary power supply exceeds 2A, an external
power supply is required.
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Tamper
Each DX2010 module has an onboard tamper and one tamper input, not belonging to zone
inputs.
When the tamper event of DX2010 module occurs, the tamper report is sent with the module
address.
5.2.4
Address Setting
Notice!
When data bus address is changed, the module needs to be re-powered to make the new
address effective.
Each DX2010 module connected to the alarm control panel must have its own data bus
address. Refer to following Table for information.
Module
Data Bus Address
DX2010 module 1 (zones 17 - 24)
103
DX2010 module 2 (zones 25 - 32)
104
DX2010 module 3 (zones 33 - 40)
105
DX2010 module 4 (zones 41 - 48)
106
DX2010 module 5 (zones 49 - 56)
107
DX2010 module 6 (zones 57 - 64)
108
Table 5.4: DX2010 Address Settings
For Address DIP switch settings, refer to the followingTable.
DIP Switch
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
Data Bus Address
32
16
8
4
2
1
103
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
104
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
105
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
106
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
On
107
Off
Off
Off
On
On
Off
108
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
Table 5.5: DX2010 DIP Switch Settings
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Off
On
Example : Data Bus Location 103 - DIP Settings
Figure 5.5: DX2010 DIP Switch Settings
5.2.5
Status Indicator
–
Flashing once per second: Indicating normal operation.
–
Constant illumination indicates following conditions:
–
The grounding conductor is not connected or there is communication failure between the
alarm control panel and the module.
–
No zones are distributed to modules with corresponding addresses.
–
Module address setting error.
–
Off: The module is de-Energized.
Status Indicator
DIP Switch
Figure 5.6: DX2010 Status Indicators
5.2.6
Test
The alarm control panel tests the communication normally with the module. In case of
communication failure, a fault report with the module address is sent.
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5.3
DX3010 Output Expansion Module
5.3.1
Installation
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The alarm control panel supports up to two DX3010 output expansion modules. The module is
connected to Bosch option bus1 or 2. Each module supports eight fully programmable relay
outputs. Like on-board output, DX3010 can be programmed as the output following the area
such as alarm event, arming / disarming status event and zone alarm event.
For more information about installation, see DX3010 Installation Guide.
Also refer to , page 28 for more details.
5.3.2
Wiring
When the module is placed in the enclosure of the alarm control panel, the power supply for
the control panel or external power supply can be used. For separate installation, the external
power supply must be used.
Power Supply
Wire diameter of 0.8mm
Wire diameter of 1.2mm
Alarm Control Panel
12.2m
24.4m
External Power Supply
305m
610m
Table 5.6: Lengths of cable for DX3010
For details refer to the Figure below.
Alarm Control Panel
AUX 1- AUX 2- AUX 2+ AUX 1+
DX3010
Yellow
G
Green
B
Black (-)
R
Red (+)
Y
Y
G
B
R
Figure 5.7: Connecting DX3010 to the Control Panel
When connecting to an external power supply refer to the following figure.
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AUX 1- AUX 2- AUX 2+ AUX 1+
DX3010
Y
Yellow
Y
R
Red (+)
(+)
R
Black (-)
B
B
G
G Green
(-)
External Power Supply
Figure 5.8: Connecting DX3010 to the Control Panel with External Power Supply
Notice!
When the external power supply is used, the black wire (-) is not allowed to be grounded.
5.3.3
Address Setting
Notice!
When data bus address is changed, the module needs to be re-powered to make the new
address effective.
Each DX3010 module connected to the alarm control panel must have its own data bus
address. For details refer to the Table below.
Module
Data Bus Address
DX3010 module 1 (Output 5 ~ 12)
150
DX3010 module 2 (Output 13 ~ 20)
151
Table 5.7: DX3010 Address Settings
For Address DIP switch settings, refer to the Table below.
DIP Switch
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
Data Bus Address
1
2
4
8
16
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On
On
On
On
On
Off
151
Off
On
On
On
On
Off
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Table 5.8: DX3010 DIP Switch Settings
On
Off
Example : Data Bus Location 150 - DIP Settings
Figure 5.9: DX3010 DIP Switch Settings
5.3.4
Test
The alarm control panel tests the communication normally with the module. In case of
communication failure, a fault report with the module address is sent.
5.4
B426 Network Interface Module
5.4.1
Brief Introduction
The B426 Ethernet communication module supports monitored two-way IP communication via
Ethernet to perform alarm transmission, remote programming and control of the alarm control
panel.
The alarm control panel supports up to two B426 modules.
5.4.2
Installation
Before installing B426, all power supplies (AC power supply and backup battery power
supply) of the control panel should be disconnected.
Use the standard three-hole installation mode to install B426 in the enclosure of the alarm
control panel case or in another enclosure.
For more information about installation, see B426 Installation and Operating Guide.
Also refer to , page 28 for more details.
5.4.3
Wiring
Connect B426 to Bosch option Bus 1 or 2. The cable may not exceed 150 meters.
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AUX 1- AUX 2- AUX 2+ AUX 1+
B426
Red
Y
Yellow
G
Green
B
Black
Y
R
G
B
R
Figure 5.10: Connecting B426 to the Control Panel
5.4.4
Address Setting
Turn the rotary switch to 6, i.e., set the address to 134 when the first B426 is used. Turn the
rotary switch to 9, i.e., set the address to 250 when the second B426 is used.
Notice!
When data bus address is changed, the module needs to be re-powered to make the new
address effective.
5.4.5
Configuration
To reconfigure the module or connected to the alarm control panel with RPS, the network or
direct connection must be used to access its built-in Web server.
For more information about configuration, see B426 Installation and Operating Guide.
5.4.6
Status Indicator
B426 provides the following on-board LED indicators to help in troubleshooting.
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Blue system status indicator.
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Green data bus indicator.
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Green Ethernet link indicator.
Refer to the Table below for details.
Color
Flash Mode
Function
Blue
Stable flash
Normal operation.
Blue
3 flashes
Normal power supply, without communication.
Blue
Constant on
Failure conditions.
Blue
Constant off
Power interruption or other failure conditions.
Table 5.9: Functions of B426 System indicators
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For more information about indicators, see B426 Installation and Operating Guide.
5.4.7
Test
The alarm control panel tests the communication normally with the module. In case of
communication failure, a fault report with the module address is sent.
5.5
ITS-DX4020-G Communication Module
5.5.1
Brief Introduction
Conettix ITS-DX4020-G GPRS communication module allows IP communication via commercial
GPRS network. Transmission of alarm information via GPRS is the default for ITS-DX4020-G.
SMS or USB mode can be chosen for configuration. The remote programming and control of
the alarm control panel is supported.
The alarm control panel supports up to two communication modules.
5.5.2
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1 ITS-DX4020-G and 1 B426, or
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2 B426
Installation
1.
Before installing ITS-DX4020-G, all power supplies of the control panel should be
disconnected.
2.
Insert SIM card.
3.
Use the standard three-hole installation mode to install ITS-DX4020-G in the enclosure of
the alarm control panel or another enclosure.
4.
5.5.3
Connect the magnetic antenna ITS-DX4020-G.
Connection
When ITS-DX4020-G is used for communication with the alarm control panel, the bus address
should be set to 134.
The connection of ITS-DX4020-G and the alarm control panel is divided into two modes: GPRS
and GSM.
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Figure 5.11: GPRS Mode in Support of IP
Alarm Control Panel
Figure 5.12: GSM Mode in Support of PSTN (Contact ID)
For the status indicator, configuration and more information about ITS-DX4020-G, see
Installation and Operation Guide.
5.5.4
Test
The alarm control panel tests the communication normally with the module. In case of
communication failure, a fault report with the module address is sent.
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RF 3227E RF Receiver
5.6.1
Brief Introduction
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The RF3227E RF Receiver allows the use of wireless devices using AMAX panel 4000.
5.6.2
Installation
Considerations
The receiver should be mounted in a central location in regard to all wireless sensors,
whenever possible.
The receiver should be mounted vertically with at least 25 cm clearance above it for the
antennas.
Avoid mounting the receiver in areas with significant metal or electrical wiring such as furnace
rooms or utility rooms. If this is unavoidable, mount the receiver with the antennas extending
above any metal surface.
Avoid mounting the receiver in areas where it may be exposed to moisture.
Reception distances are generally improved with higher mounting locations and with no metal
objects near the antennas.
Setting Up the Wall Tamper
Notice!
If not using the wall tamper, proceed to Mounting the Receiver, page 24
To enable the wall tamper switch:
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Remove the cover of the receiver (see Figure 5.13).
Insert screwdriver here and press in.
Figure 5.13: Removing the Cover
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Remove the inner cover by pressing the latch.
Cover
Tamper
Press latch
to remove
the inner cover.
R
B
G
Y
ADDR
Figure 5.14: Removing the Inner Cover
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Jumper
R
B
G
Y
ADDR
Wall Tamper disabled
(Default position)
Wall Tamper enabled
Jumper left on pin for storage only.
Figure 5.15: Wall Tamper Jumper
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Replace the inner cover.
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Place the spring from the hardware packet over the shaft of the tamper switch located on
the back of the receiver (see Figure 5.16).
Rear of Receiver
Figure 5.16: Rear of Receiver
Notice!
Cause of Hazard
Gently press the spring onto the tapered shaft. Do not force it down onto the shaft
Mounting the Receiver
• Determine the receiver’s mounting location.
• If not already done, remove the receiver’s cover (as shown in Figure 5.13).
• Place the receiver base on the wall at the desired mounting location and mark the two
mounting holes (see Figure 5.17).
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Antenna Connectors
R
B
G
Y
ADDR
Cover Tamper
Switch
Bus and Power
Connector
LED
Figure 5.17: Mounting the Receiver
R
B
G
Y
ADDR
Figure 5.18: Bus and Power Connector
Preferred Location
Use one of these
locations for the
antenna.
Depending on the installation,
this location mighy provide
better performance.
Figure 5.19: Connecting Antennas
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Address Setting
Notice!
When data bus address is changed, the module needs to be re-powered to make the new
address effective.
The receiver address option must have setting, Receiver #1.
AMAX panel 4000 supports Receiver 1 only, Receiver 2 is not supported.
Address Jumper
No Jumper = Receiver # 1 (Default)
Jumper left on pin for storage only.
ADDR
R
B
G
Y
Jumper = Receiver # 2
Figure 5.20: Address
5.6.4
Wiring
Connect RF3227E receiver to Bosch option Bus 1 or 2. The cable may not exceed 300 m.
Adding additional devices to the bus might reduce the maximum distance. Shielded cable is
not required. Do not use twisted pair wire.
Alarm Control Panel
AUX 1- AUX 2- AUX 2+ AUX 1+
RF3227E
Yellow
G
Green
B
Black (-)
R
Red (+)
Y
Y
G
B
R
Figure 5.21: Connecting RF3227E
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Status Indicator
Table describes the receiver’s status based on the LED condition.
LED Condition
Indicates
On
The receiver is functioning normally.
Off
A power failure occurred or the receiver is not correctly
wired.
Turns on momentarily
The receiver acknowledged receiving a message from a
compatible transmitter
Flashes rapidly for less than one The receiver is being programmed with zone and
minute
transmitter IDs from the compatible panel. This condition
occurs at system initialization (power up) or when new
zone information is programmed into the system. The rapid
flashing lasts less than one minute.
5.7
Flashes rapidly for more than
The receiver failed power-up self tests. Replace the
one minute
receiver
RFRC-OPT Radion Receiver
General Information
The RFRC Opt Radion Receiver allows the use of wireless devices using AMAX panel 4000.
Installation
Address Setting
AMAX 4000 panel supports one receiver only.
Wiring
Connect RFRC - OPT Radion Receiver to Bosch opton Bus 1 or 2.
Status Indicator
5.8
Remote Programming Software
It can be remotely connected to the software ITS-A-LINK PLUS developed by Bosch or the
third-party software integrated with BOSCH SDK to program the alarm control panel. The
software can access all the options and functions and manage and maintain event records and
service reports.
For more information about ITS-A-LINK PLUS, see User Guide.
5.9
Programming Key / Firmware Upgrade Key
The programming key can copy and store all programming information in the alarm control
panel. Firmware Upgrade Key is used for firmware upgrade.
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Installation
This chapter specifies installation and system power up of the AMAX panel 4000.
This system / product must be installed by a qualified installer / service person.
During installation and wiring, the control panel power source must be switched-off to prevent
equipment damage.
–
To switch off the Power Source, an easy accessible circuit breaker must be available.
–
The System / product must be connected to a socket-outlet with a protective earthing
contact
The User has to disconnect all Telecommunication Network Connectors before unplug the
power adaptor.
After the control panel wiring is completed, connect the AC power and backup batteries.
The power light on the keypad will light to show that AC power is connected.
Notice!
- Use only non spillable battery
- Battery must be recycled
- When battery is not replaced correctly, risk of fire explosion or burning
- Replace the battery every 3-5 years under normal conditions of use.
- Place a Label with change date on the battery
Notice!
The system must be installed and maintained by qualified installer / service person.
Bosch recommends testing the whole alarm system at least once a week.
Maintenance should be done by qualified installer / service person four times a year.
6.1
Module Installation
The enclosure contains only PCBs and transformers of the fixed alarm control panel, not other
hardware for installation.
1.
Open the knockout holes for wiring in the module.
2.
Position two upper mounting holes on the installation wall with the module.
3.
Pre-install screws on the mounting holes (provided by the installer).
4.
Mount the screws on the module.
5.
Fasten the screws.
6.
Fix the two lower mounting holes with screws.
Notice!
Please choose appropriate positioning screw kit when installed in a non-load-bearing wall.
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2
2
3
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4
EN √
Enclosure with mounting plate
6.2 Enclosure with mounting plate
Figure 6.1: Enclosure / with mounting plate
Expansion modules can be placed in enclosure of the alarm control panel. Several places are
available. Figure 6.1. shows standard enclosure installation and enclosure installation with
mounting plate
6.2
Battery Installation
The system supports one sealed lead-acid rechargeable battery. After fully charged, the
battery can be used as a backup power supply to support the system.
Please refer to , page 171
Notice!
- Use only non-spillable battery
- Battery must be recycled
When battery is not replaced correctly
- Risk of fire explosion or burning.
Replace the battery every 3-5 years under normal conditions of use. Label on the battery the
date each time a new battery is installed.
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Danger!
Special care is required in connecting the positive (red) wire and the “BATT +” port of the
alarm control panel. If short-circuiting with the “BATT +” port of the alarm control panel or the
enclosure, electric arc will occur. To remove the battery from the control panel, the positive
wire of the battery should be disconnected first.
1.
Place the battery on the bottom of the module.
2.
Position the red and black wires supplied with the battery.
3.
Connect one end of the black wire to the "BATT -" port of the alarm control panel, the
other end to the negative (-) pole of the battery.
4.
Connect one end of the red wire to the "BATT +" port of the alarm control panel, the
other end to the positive (+) pole of the battery.
After the backup battery and the main power are connected, once the installation is
completed, the alarm control panel will began to charge the battery.
Red Lead
Black Lead ( - )
Backup Battery
Figure 6.2: Connection of Battery
6.3
System Power Up
After the system is powered up, set date and time. Otherwise, the system prompts as fault.
After the system is powered up or reset, it resets to previous arming / disarming status.
To reduce false alarms caused by system power-up (or by power supply restoration after both
mains supply and AUX power supply fail), the system is designed to not perform zone test
within one minute after power-up.
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System Status Indicator
The system status is indicated by the LED status indicator on the system main board.
Slow flash of red status indicator (repeating on and off with an interval of 1 second) indicates
normal system operation.
6.5
Prerequisites for Certification conform Installation
6.5.1
EN 50131-3 Grade 2, Environmental Class 2
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System must be placed inside the monitored area on a stable surface.
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Keypads must be mounted to the inner side of the monitored area.
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Once the system is tested and ready to use, Enclosure Door and Accessory Enclosures
must be secured with the provided screws
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To realize EN conform Alarm Indication and Transmission, one of the following options
must be used
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Two supervised Warning devices (PO-1 PO-2 & PO+) and one ATS 2 Communicator
(onboard Dialer, B426, D4020 or DX4020G)
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One self powered Warning Device and one ATS 2 Communicator (onboard Dialer,
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Two Communicators, one ATS 2 (onboard Dialer, B426, D4020 or DX4020G) and one
B426, D4020 or DX4020G)
ATS 1 (onboard Dialer, B426, D4020 or DX4020G)
–
One ATS 3 Communicator (DX4020 or B426)
All Communicators must be connected to a Central Monitoring Station.
Only the onboard Dialer and the Option Bus Communicators can be used for EN Alarm
Transmission.
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one 12V/7AH or one 12V/18Ah Battery must be connected to the System.
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max current for all components with a 7Ah Battery = 550mA
max current for all components with a 18Ah Battery = 1500mA
(standby 12h, recharge Battery 80% in 72h)
(PCB=l00mA, IUI-AMAX Keypads=31mA, DX2010=35mA, DX3010=10mA, B426=100mA,
DX4020G=65mA, RF3227E=30mA, RFRC-OPT=30mA)
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To realize EN conform Arming procedure an indication of arm/disarm status must be
accessible from outside the monitored area (this indication can be time limited)
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To realize EN conform Access to the Monitored Area, one of the following options must
be used
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Opening a door (to the entry/exit route) must start the entry procedure
–
Indication of arm/disarm Status
–
Access to the monitored Area (doors not starting entry procedure) is prevented (e.g.
door strike, mechanically)
The Enclosure lock can only be used in non EN setup.
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Telephone arming can only be used in non EN setup.
–
Accessory Modules, except input module (DX2010) can be used only inside the enclosure
(on the adapter plate).
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When input module (DX2010) is used in the external enclosure (AE20) the tamper skirt
must be installed on the PCB of input module (DX2010)
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The panel must be programmed with the EN settings indicated on the programming
sheet. When the panel is set without EN parameters, the EN Indication (on Label) must
be removed.
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Settings
This chapter specifies the properties and the behavior of the AMAX panel 4000.
7.1
Communication and Reporting
This section outlines the programming information required for the AMAX panel 4000 / AMAX
panel 4000 EN when communicating with a base station receiver. These parameters specify
the telephone numbers/IP address to be called, transmission formats and internet
communication options.
7.1.1
Receiver Telephone number /IP Address and Port
The control panel can report event information from four on-board dialers. The dialers report
to Receiver 1 to Receiver 4 by programming. You can program each dialer with 4 separate
telephone numbers/IP addresses and ports, reporting format type and subscriber ID number,
and internet communication options if necessary.
Example
You can set up Dialer 1 to report to receiver 1 in CFSK Format and set up Dialer 2, Dialer 3
and Dialer 4 to report to a base station receiver in Contact ID Format only if Dialer 1 is
unsuccessful.
To program a telephone number:
Each address in the telephone numbers stores one digit of the telephone number.
Insert a 15 at the end of a telephone number to indicate to the dialer that the end of the
telephone number is reached. The dialing sequence is terminated when a 15 appears.
Example
To program the telephone number 9672 1055 as the Telephone Number for Receiver 1,
program the following sequence into Address 000 - 016:
[9 6 7 2 1 0 5 5 15 x x x x x x x x] x stands for any digit. To enter a 4-sec pause in the dialing
sequence, program a 13. A pause might be necessary when the dialer communicates through
an old (slower) telephone exchange or when a PABX system is in place.
Example
To program the number 02 pause 9672 1055, enter:
[0 2 13 9 6 7 2 1 0 5 5 15 x x x x x].
The following table shows how to program the numbers, keys, and functions for a telephone
number.
Digit Required
Number to Program
Digit Required
Number to Program
0
0
8
8
1
1
9
9
2
2
*
11
3
3
#
12
4
4
4 sec pause
13
5
5
Terminal
15
6
6
7
7
Table 7.1: Dialing Digits
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To program the IP Address and port:
Use no punctuation in IP address. If any unit of IP address is less than 3 digits, use 0 to fulfill
the data in the higher bits. The remaining 5 digits will program the port. Port number ranges
from 0-65535. Any port is less than 5 digits, use 0 to fulfil the data.
Example
To program the IP Address 10.16.1.222:80 as the IP Address of Receiver 1, enter the following
sequence into Address 000 - 016:
[0 1 0 0 1 6 0 0 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 8 0]
Notice!
Programming option anti-replay, acknowledge wait time and pulse interval time are only used
in Conettix IP.
Telephone number for Receiver 1 - 4/IP Address and Port
When the corresponding data format for above programming address is a network
communication format, it is explained as an IP Address and Port. For a non network format, it
is explained as telephone number.
When the control panel transmits a report, it dials the telephone number/IP Address to
contact the monitoring station. If the call is successful, the relevant information is transmitted
and the dialer returns to Standby Mode.
Contact your monitoring station for the correct telephone number/IP Address before you
program these addresses.
7.1.2
Receiver Subscriber ID Number
Receiver 1 - 4 Subscriber ID Number
The Subscriber ID Number is transmitted to identify the calling control panel. Enter the
Subscriber ID Number in the six addresses provided for each destination. If a Subscriber ID
Number is less than 6 digits, use 0 to full fill the data in the higher bits.
Example
Program Subscriber ID Number as 4729 in six addresses: [0 0 4 7 2 9]
7.1.3
Receiver Transmission Format
Transmission Format
Receiver 1 - 4 Transmission Format
You can select the transmission format with Address options to specify how to transmit the
information to the base station receiver. If Contact ID or SIA format is selected, the
information is transmitted by telephone line; if Bosch Network is selected, then it is
connected with B426/DX4020 or ITS-DX4020G GPRS. Transmission format is defaulted as
Contact ID.
Transmission Formats (Contact ID, SIA, Conettix IP)
The AMAX panel 4000 / AMAX panel 4000 EN provides three kinds of transmission formats,
Contact ID, SIA and Conettix IP format for its dialing and communication features. Program
the transmission format for Receiver 1, 2, 3 and 4 separately in Address 023, Address 053,
Address 083 and Address 113 (refer to Transmission Format). The control panel is set at the
factory to report in the Contact ID Format.
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Contact ID Format
Contact ID Format can identify hundreds of zones by their unique codes. This format provides
a single-digit Event Qualifier and a three-digit Event Code that quickly identifies the reported
condition.
In general, Contact ID Format is very simple because most of the Event Codes and Point ID
Codes are predefined. The base station software usually can identify an alarmed zone by its
Point ID Code and usually pays little attention to the Event Code.
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Contact ID Message Format
ACCT MT Q EEE GG CCC S
ACCT = Subscriber ID
MT = Message type, H
Q = Event Qualifier
1= New event or Opening
3= New restore or Closing
6= Previously reported off-normal event
EEE = Event Code
GG = Group Number (always 0)
CCC = Zone/ Contact ID, 000 is for no zone/ID message
S = Checksum digit
Note: Any 0 values must be sent as an 0x0A.
Contact ID Report Data.
SIA Format
AMAX panel 4000 supports SIA Format. SIA allows transmitting System ID, event code, zone
ID, area ID, event time and also event text.
Conettix IP Format
AMAX panel 4000 supports Conettix IP. AMAX panel 4000 with DX4020G and B426 are able to
connect to Bosch Receivers 6600/6100 using Conettix IP Format.
CID
Event Description
SIA
SYSTEM RESET
ALL
KP
Dialer
EN
Event
Recall
Event
Event
√
BURG ALARM
1130
BA
√
BURG ALARM RESTORE
3130
BR
√
BURG 24HOUR
1133
BA
√
BURG 24HOUR RESTORE
3133
BH
√
SENSOR FAULT
1380
BT
√
SENSOR FAULT RESTORE
3380
BJ
√
SENSOR BYPASS
1570
BB
√
SENSOR BYPASS RESTORE
3570
BU
√
SENSOR TAMPER
1144
TT
√
SENSOR TAMPER RESTORE
3144
TJ
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CID
SIA
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ALL
KP
Dialer
EN
Event
Recall
Event
Event
ARM AWAY
3401
CL
√
√
√
DISARM AWAY
1401
OP
√
√
√
ARM STAY
3441
CL
√
√
√
DISARM STAY
1441
OP
√
√
√
KEYPAD PANIC
1120
PA
√
√
KEYPAD FIRE
1110
FA
√
√
KEYPAD EMERGENCY
1100
QA
√
√
DURESS
1121
HA
√
√
KEYPAD TOOMUCH RETRY
1421
JA
√
BATTERY LOW
1309
YT
√
√
BATTERY RESTORE
3309
YR
√
√
AC FAIL
1301
AT
√
√
AC RESTORE
3301
AR
√
√
AUX POWER
1300
IA
√
AUX POWER RESTORE
3300
IR
√
COMM TEST
1602
RP
CONFIG CHANGED
1306
YG
√
√
COMM FAIL
1350
YC
√
√
COMM RESTORE
3350
YK
√
√
EXTERNAL MODULE FAULT
1333
EM
√
EXTERNAL MODULE RESTORE
3333
EN
√
EXTERNAL MODULE TAMPER
1341
ES
√
EXTERNAL MODULE TAMPER RESTORE
3341
EJ
√
DATE TIME SET
1625
JT
√
USER CODE CHANGE
JV
√
ENTER PROGRAM MODE
LB
√
EXIT PROGRAM MODE
LX
√
√
√
√
√
√
PHONE LINE FAIL
1351
LT
√
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PHONE LINE RESTORE
3351
LR
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PANIC 24 HOUR
1120
PA
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PANIC 24 HOUR RESTORE
3120
PH
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FIRE 24 HOUR
1110
FA
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CID
SIA
ALL
KP
Dialer
EN
Event
Recall
Event
Event
FIRE 24 HOUR RESTORE
3110
FH
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OUTPUT FAULT
1320
YA
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OUTPUT RESTORE
3320
YA
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DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME +1h
1625
JT
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DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME -1h
1625
JT
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FAULT OVERRIDE
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PANEL ACCESS
1422
SOFTWARE UPDATE
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JP
√
√
YZ
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√
RB
√
REMOTELINK SUCCESS
1412
CLOCK FAIL
1626
TAMPERZONE TAMPER
1137
TA
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TAMPERZONE TAMPER RESTORE
3137
TH
√
ZONE EXT FAULT
1150
UA
√
ZONE EXT FAULT RESTORE
3150
UR
√
DELAY EXIT
1134
BA
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DELAY EXIT RESTORE
3134
BR
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BURG ALARM VERIFIED
1139
BV
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BURG ALARM UNVERIFIED
1130
BG
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IP MODULE FAULT
1333
EM
IP MODULE RESTORE
3333
PRINTER MISSING
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√
√
√
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√
√
√
√
√
EN
√
√
1336
VZ
√
PRINTER MISSING RESTORE
3336
VY
√
PRINTER ERROR
1335
VT
√
PRINTER ERROR RESTORE
3335
VR
√
PRINTER MODULE MISSING
1333
EM
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PRINTER MODULE MISSING RESTORE
3333
EN
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RF RECEIVER MISSING
1333
EM
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RF RECEIVER MISSING RESTORE
3333
EN
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RF RECEIVER TAMPER
1341
ES
√
RF RECEIVER TAMPER RESTORE
3341
EJ
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RF RECEIVER FAULT
1333
ET
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RF RECEIVER FAULT RESTORE
3333
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SIA
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ALL
KP
Dialer
EN
Event
Recall
Event
Event
RF RECEIVER JAM
1344
XQ
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RF RECEIVER JAM RESTORE
3344
XH
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RF RECEIVER CONFIGURATION CONFILICT
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RF RECEIVER CONFIGURATION CONFILICT
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RESTORE
RF POINT MISSING
1381
UY
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RF POINT MISSING RESTORE
3381
UJ
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RF POINT BATTERY FAULT
1384
XT
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RF POINT BATTERY FAULT RESTORE
3384
XR
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RF POINT FAULT
1380
BT
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RF POINT FAULT RESTORE
3380
BJ
√
RF REPEATER MISSING
1382
UY
√
RF REPEATER MISSING RESTORE
3382
UJ
√
RF REPEATER BATTERY FAULT
1384
XT
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RF REPEATER BATTERY FAULT RESTORE
3384
XR
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RF REPEATER TAMPER
1383
XS
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RF REPEATER TAMPER RESTORE
3383
XJ
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RF REPEATER AC FAULT
1334
YP
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RF REPEATER AC FAULT RESTORE
3334
YR
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RF KEYFOB BATTERY FAULT
1384
XT
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RF KEYFOB BATTERY FAULT RESTORE
3384
XR
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RF KEYFOB PANIC ALARM
1120
PA
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RF KEYFOB SILENT ALARM
1122
HA
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RF CHANGE KEYFOB
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FIRE UNVERIFIED
7.1.4
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Receiver Network Programming Options
When the control panel transmits a report via network, the following options should be
programmed other than the IP Address and port:
Anti Reply
Anti-replay prevents unauthorized messages from being sent to the Central Monitoring Station
and being recognized as originating from the control panel.
Contact your central monitoring station for the correct setting.
Acknowledge Wait Time
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When no callback from the receiver after the acknowledge time is reached, the control panel
takes it as an unsuccessful communication and makes another attempt. The time ranges from
5 to 99 sec.
Contact your central monitoring station for the correct setting.
Network Polling Time
The polling is used for both panel and remote receiver to know whether the network
connection is good or not. Each time when a polling is due, the control panel will send a
polling message. The polling time range is from 1 to 999 minutes. For time less than 3 digits,
use 0 to fulfil.
Contact your central monitoring station for the correct setting.
7.1.5
Dual IP
Dual IP Settings are valid only when used with Conettix IP communication format. IP module 1
is ITS-DX4020-G module or B426 module; IP module 2 is B426 module. IP module 2 does not
support RPC connection.
When the report is transmitted with Conettix IP Communication, some reports might be
missed. It is recommended not to separately use ITS-DX4020-G module. If ITS-DX4020-G
module is used, other network modules (e.g. B426) or the public telephone network can be
set as backup channel to ensure no reports are missed.
The communication path of B426/ITS-DX4020-G is as follows:
Module
Address Setting
Corresponding
Communication Path
Module 1: B426 module 1/ITS-
134
Paths 1 and 2
250
Paths 3 and 4
DX4020-G
Module 2: B426 module 2
When IP module 1 is used only and set to send to paths 1 to 4, the report can be sent to paths
1 to 4.
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System Reporting
Report Transmission Sequence
If the event has disabled the report (option 0), no report is sent out. The domestic alarm is set
as configured. If the report has any destination to contact the panel (option 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7),
It will call the related destination by related reporting format type and subscriber ID Number.
Attempt rules:
1.
Attempt times and duration
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The attempt sequence is destination 1, 2, 3, 4 and domestic destination. Some
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When a new report needs to be sent out, the system will send the report based on
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For each enabled destination, the panel will retry sending the report to it till the
disabled destinations will be ignored.
the report destination programming list.
report has been sent to the destination, or till the report buffer overflows and the
old report is replaced by new incoming reports.
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For each enabled destination, the retry interval time between two retries is 15
seconds for the 1st retry to 4th retry, and the retry interval time between two retries
is 10 minutes for the 5th retry to 8th retry, after the 8th retry the retry interval time
between two retries is 60 minutes.
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For all enabled destinations (except domestic destinations), the waiting time for
next retry would be cleared to zero as long as there is a new report.
2.
Attempt Priority
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The attempt priority is destination 1, 2, 3, 4, Domestic. The disabled destinations will
be ignored.
3.
Communication Fail Fault
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If the attempt times for one destination reaches 4, the system will cause the
communication fail fault for this destination.
4.
Backup Destination Process
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If the destination failed for 4 attempts, the pending reports will switch between
primary/backup destinations in this group. If the report option selects 6, only one
group: 1, 2, 3, 4 destinations. If the report option selects 7, there are two groups:
group 1 is 1, 2 destinations. Group 2 is 3, 4 destinations. The system can save up to
a maximum of 50 un-reported events. If the un-reported events are more than 50, it
will delete earlier events and only save the last 50 events in the buffer to send out.
Sequential Logic to Send Report
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If the event reporting path is set to 0, the relevant reports will not be sent.
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If the event reporting path is set to a single path (receiver 1, 2, 3 or 4), the alarm control
panel will send reports to corresponding paths. Path 1, 2 3 or 4 fault will result in path 1,
2, 3 or 4 communication fault; Path 1, 2 3 or 4 recovery will result in communication path
1, 2, 3 fault recovery.
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If the event reporting path is set to all paths (receiver 1, 2, 3, 4), the alarm control panel
will send reports to corresponding paths. Any one of these paths fails, the communication
path will fail; the path recovers, the communication path fault will recover.
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If the event reporting path is set to sending report to receiver 1, with receiver 2, 3, 4 as
backup, the alarm control panel will send reports to corresponding paths. Send to path 2
when the attempt to send to path 1 fails; Send to path 3 when the attempt to send to
path 2 fails; Send to path 4 when the attempt to send to path 3 fails; communication path
1 fault will occur when all valid paths fail; communication path 1 fault will recover when
any one of the paths recovers.
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If the event reporting path is set to sending report to receiver 1, receiver 2 as backup;
sending report to receiver 3, receiver 4 as backup; the alarm control panel will send
reports to corresponding paths.
Communication path 1 fault will occur when path 1 and valid path 2 fail; communication path
1 fault will recover when fault 1 or 2 recovers.
Communication path 3 fault will occur when path 3 and valid path 4 fail; communication path
3 fault will recover when fault 3 or 4 recovers.
The attempt rules to send reports are as follows:
1 - Number and time of attempts to send report
When CID format or Conettix IP communication format is used for all, the order of priority of
attempts is path 1, 2, 3, 4, personal alarm telephone 1 - 4. The unused paths are ignored.
When a new event report occurs, the system will send reports in accordance with the
specified path.
For each reporting path used, the alarm control panel will repeatedly try until the report is
successfully sent.
For each reporting path used, the interval of the first 4 attempts is 15 seconds, the interval of
the fifth to eighth attempt is 10 seconds, and the interval afterwards is 60 seconds.
For each reporting path used (excluding personal telephone alarm), if a new event occurs, the
waiting time for the next retry will be cleared. If the newly-occurred event is communication
path fault, the previous retry logic will not be affected (the waiting time will not be cleared).
2 – The order of priority of attempts to send report
When CID format or Conettix IP communication format is used for all, the order of priority of
sending report is path 1, 2, 3, 4, personal alarm telephone 1 - 4. Some unused paths will be
ignored.
3 – Communication failure fault
When a report is still not successfully sent after the reporting path has been attempted for up
to 4 times, the system will generate the communication failure fault event of the path.
4 – Backup event
If an event is not successfully sent, the alarm control panel will provide a buffer to store up to
50 events. If more than 50 events are not successfully sent, only the last 50 events will be
stored in the buffer until the events are delivered. Other earlier events will be deleted.
5 - Display of faults
When multiple reports are queued for delivery, the communication path fault is displayed as
logic or relationship. Example:
Set zone status recovery report to send report to receiver 1; set keypad emergency report to
send report to receiver 1, with receiver 2, 3, 4 as backup.
Communication path fault is as follows: When communication paths 1, 2, 3, and 4 all fail, as
the communication path fault is displayed as logic or relationship, only the illumination of zone
indicator 1 expresses that the communication path 1 of the zone status recovery report fails
and the all communication paths 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the keypad emergency report fail as well.
Communication path fault recovery is as follows:
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When communication path 1 fault recovers, zone indicator 1 goes off, indicating that the
communication path 1 fault of the zone status recovery report recovers and the
communication part 1 fault of the keypad emergency report recovers.
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When any one path fault of communication paths 2, 3 and 4 recovers, as the
communication path fault is displayed as logic or relationship, zone indicator 1 still
illuminates, indicating that the communication path 1 fault of the zone status recovery
report has not be recovered, but the path fault of the keypad emergency report has been
recovered
Zone Status Reporting and Zone Recovery Reporting
Alarm Report
In arming status, in case of alarm event, the alarm report will be sent.
Alarm Recovery Report
In arming status, when the zone recovers, the zone recovery report will be sent at the end of
alarm output time.
If the non-24-hour zone is not recovered in disarming, the system will automatically send a
zone recovery report. The 24-hour zone sends zone recovery report only when the zone
recovers.
Zone Fault Report
If the zone is in triggering status at the end of exit delay, a zone fault report will be sent,
indicating that the zone is automatically bypassed by the system. At the end of exit delay time,
the 24-hour zone in triggering status will not send zone fault report, i.e., the 24-hour zone will
not be automatically bypassed.
The non 24-hour zone fault recovery report will be sent when the zone recovers or the system
disarms. For the 24-hour zone, only the alarm recovery event will occur.
The zone fault occurs when the zone is triggered and recovers when the zone is normal. Zone
fault will occur when one of the following conditions is met:
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For 24-hour zone, (internal) instant zone, if the forced arming option is set to allow, the
zone fault event will occur when the arming operation is executed while the zone is in
triggering status.
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When the zone is locked.
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For (internal) delay and (internal) follow zone, if they are still in triggering status at the
end of exit delay, zone fault event will occur.
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For 24-hour zone, if it is in triggering status when the bypass is cancelled, zone fault
event will occur.
Fault recovery conditions:
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Zone resumes to normal conditions.
When the failed (internal) delay zone, (internal) instant zone and (internal) follow zone
are disarmed, the fault recovery event will occur even if the zone is still in triggering
status.
Zone Bypass Report
After the manual bypass zone is operated, the zone will be bypassed. The zone bypass report
will be sent at the end of exit delay time. The bypass report of the 24-hour zone will be sent
immediately after manual bypass operation.
The zone bypass will be recovered when the system is disarmed and the zone bypass recovery
report will also be sent while disarming.
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Zone Tamper Alarm
In case of zone tamper event, the tamper report will be sent. When zone tamper recovers, the
system status report will be sent.
Arming/Disarming Reporting (System)
The system disarming report is sent at the disarming command and the system arming report
is sent when the arming succeeds.
Duress Report
The duress report is sent at the disarming command. The duress report will not be sent in the
operation of arming, but sent as ordinary arming report. The duress report has not
corresponding alarm recovery report.
Key Switch Arming
Send system arming report when the transient key switch or locking key switch is used to arm
areas.
Quick Arming
Send system arming report when the keypad is used for quick arming.
Telephone Arming
Send system arming report when the telephone is used for arming of the panel.
Telephone arming is only available when there is only 1 Area in the system.
RPC Arming
Send system arming report when the remote PC is used to arm areas through network or
telephone connection.
Arming/Disarming Reporting (Perimeter)
The perimeter disarming report is sent at the disarming command and the perimeter arming
report is sent when the arming succeeds.
Quick Arming
Send perimeter arming report when the keypad is used for quick arming.
RPC Arming
Send perimeter arming report when the remote PC is used to arm areas through network or
telephone connection.
System Status Reporting
External Module Fault Report
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System tamper report: In case of case tamper event, the system tamper report will be
sent. When case tamper recovers, a tamper recovery report will be sent.
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Zone Expansion Module Fault: When zone expansion module 1 – 6 fails, the report will be
sent; after the fault is recovered, the recovery report will be sent.
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Output Expansion Module Fault: When output expansion module 1 or 2 fails, the report
will be sent; after the fault is recovered, the recovery report will be sent.
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Network Module Fault: When network module 1 or 2 fails, the report will be sent; after
the fault is recovered, the recovery report will be sent.
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Keypad Fault: When fault occurs between the keypad and the alarm control panel, the
report will be sent; after the fault is recovered, the recovery report will be sent.
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Zone Expansion Module Tamper: When tamper occurs in the zone expansion module, the
tamper report will be sent; when the tamper recovers, a tamper recovery report will be
sent.
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Keypad Tamper: When tamper occurs in any keypads, the tamper report will be sent;
when the tamper recovers, a tamper recovery report will be sent.
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Auxiliary Power Fault Report
When the system detects auxiliary power fault, the report will be sent.
Auxiliary Power Fault Restore Report
When the system detects auxiliary power fault recovery, the report will be sent.
AC Power Fault Report
When the system detects disconnection of AC power, the report will be sent.
AC Power Fault Recovery Report
When the system detects recovery of AC power, the report will be sent.
Battery Low Voltage Fault Report
When the battery voltage is lower than 11.0V or battery low voltage is detected in dynamic
battery test, the alarm control panel will send battery low voltage report.
The system continuously monitors the battery voltage and will perform a dynamic battery test
each time the system is armed, when the system is reset, or every 4 hours.
Battery Low Voltage Fault Recovery Report
When the battery voltage is lower than 12.0V or recovery to normal voltage is detected in
dynamic battery test, the battery low voltage fault recovery report will be sent.
Times of Wrong Code Entry Exceeding Limit
When the times of entering wrong code reach the specified one, an access denial report will
be generated and alarm will be made.
This function limits the times of malicious attempts of password by the unauthorized user.
When the times of entering wrong password reach the specified one by programming, the
alarm control panel will execute following actions:
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Activate alarm siren and other alarm output.
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Lock all keypads for 3 minutes.
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Send access denial report.
On-board Output 1 – 2 Fault
When on-board output 1 or 2 fails, the report will be sent. When the on-board output resumes
to normal conditions, the programmable output fault recovery report will be sent.
Communication Path 1 - 4 Fault
When any communication paths fail, the report will be sent. When the communication
resumes to normal conditions, the communication fault recovery report will be sent.
Changing Programming Parameters
When the programming parameters are changed and take effect, the report will be sent.
Keypad Emergency Alarm Reporting
To press and hold both [1] and [3] for 3 seconds, or press and hold both [#] and [*] for 3
seconds, the emergency alarm report will be sent.
The emergency alarm report has not corresponding alarm recovery report.
Keypad Fire Alarm Reporting
To press and hold both [4] and [6] for 3 seconds, the fire alarm report will be sent.
The fire alarm report has not corresponding alarm recovery report.
Keypad Medical Aid Reporting
To press and hold both [7] and [9] for 3 seconds, the medical aid alarm report will be sent.
The medical aid alarm report has not corresponding alarm recovery report.
Automatic Test Reporting
The system supports sending automatic test report.
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For more information about test report time programming, see Test Report Time. For more
information about date and time settings, see Date and Time Settings.
7.1.7
Automatic Test Report
The test report is divided into two types: periodic and regular daily report.
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When the address 0129-0130 is programmed to 1-99, the system will send periodic
automatic test report every hours specified by the address. If 0129-0130 is programmed
to 0, no periodic test reports will be sent.
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When 0131-0134 is set to valid time, the system will send automatic test report at the
same time every day. At this moment, the date and time of the system must be correctly
set. If 0131-0134 is set to be invalid time, the daily regular automatic test report will be
disabled.
7.1.8
Report Expiry Time
If the report expiry time expires and the report path has not been connected, the report will
be lost and will not be sent. It can be maintained for 1 to 255 minutes. The system is
defaulted to 000, indicating that the report has been tried to send without limit in expiry time.
7.1.9
Remote PC Settings
By means of running Remote Programming Software (RPS) on a remote PC (RPC), the alarm
control panel can be remotely programming or controlled, including uploading/downloading
programming parameters, remote arming/disarming of each area, enabling/disabling the alarm
siren of each area, enabling/disabling each output, etc.
Remote Programming Software, i.e. RPS, includes Bosch A-Link Plus software and the thirdparty software of integrated with Bosch SDK.
The IP remote connection function allows to establish a connection from the remote PC to the
alarm control panel through LAN or WAN to perform remote programming and control.
While the connection is established, alarm control panel sends a polling telegram of 25 bytes.
IP Address
RPC IP address is a fixed IP address for remote programming software.
Port Number
RPC port number is the port number of the remote programming software.
DHCP Update / RPC poll Time Interval
DHCP update / RPC poll time is the interval the alarm control panel connects to the RPC
(Remote Programming PC).
The alarm control panel send UDP data packets to the RPC according to the DHCP Update
Time Interval setting (0=disabled 1-15h Interval), when the Panel is reset and when call back is
finished.
RPC get the Subscriber ID, IP address and port from the UDB data packets (IP No. and Port is
parsed from UDP data packet).
RPC with running RPS (Remote Programming Software = A-Link Plus) saves the received UDP
data packet information’s into its own RAM, the information is lost after RPS is closed.
When a connection is started and the IP address set in the Customer Information doesn’t
match with the IP Address from the Ram, A-Link opens a window to ask if the new IP Address
and Port should be used.
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When RPS is opened, a connection can only be established when the IP address and port
number of the alarm control panel have not changed, after RPS received previous data..
If the IP address has changed RPC with running RPS must wait for the next UDP Data package
send from the Panel.
Number of Rings
The address sets the number of rings of the alarm control panel before answering incoming
calls. Please set proper number of rings. This setting is only related to the connection of
remote programming software by means of telephone. Setting this address to 0 can disable
the alarm control panel to answer all incoming calls no matter how other programming
addresses are set.
Telephone Remote Connection
Use telephone to remotely program and control the system.
For telephone remote connection to enable programming, see Telephone Remote Connection.
Call back Telephone Number
This address stores the telephone number to call when Upload/Download is requested or the
user enters his code + [5][7] and presses [#] to initiate a modem call from the control panel
to establish a communication link with the remote computer. The computer must be running
A-Link Plus RPS software and must be set to Waiting for an Incoming Call. The Call Back
Telephone Number is also necessary if remote connect with call back verification is required.
Ring Count
This address sets the number of rings before the control panel answers an incoming call.
Setting this count to an acceptable level has an effect only if Remote Arming and the Remote
Upload/Download are enabled. Programming this address to 0 prevents the control panel from
answering incoming calls regardless of any other programmed options.
7.1.10
Domestic Call
Four dialing telephone numbers will be supported.
When the control panel is activated into zone tamper/ zone alarm, it dials the programmed
telephone number.
All alarm events only need one report/acknowledgement.
The transmission sequence is repeated until the control panel receives an acknowledgement
tone.
The control panel automatically hangs up after 45 seconds if it cannot detect the
acknowledgement tone. And redial later.
The user presses [#] between two acknowledgement tones to confirm the alarming.
The acknowledgement tone is the DTMF signal sent by the remote user with the [#] .
If the control panel got the [#] acknowledgement from the user, it will send 2 seconds long
beep as acknowledge tone and hang up the line.
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Zones
7.2.1
Zone Inputs
On-board Inputs:
There are 8 onboard hard-wired inputs for AMAX panel 4000 / AMAX panel 4000 EN. An
additional input is provided for enclosure tamper but does not subtract from the 8 onboard
totals.
On-board Zone Response Time:
Each on-board zone response time is:
Zone Status trigger time >= 400ms, must response
Zone Status trigger time < 300ms, no response
On board Zone EOL
1. Single EOL: If zone tamper function is not selected, each zone uses a single 2.2k ohm
EOL. The panel can detect the zone as short, normal or open.
Loop Resistance (ohm)
Min
Zone Status
Type
Max
0
1650
2200
2970
1430
triggered
2750
normal
∞
triggered
The detectors (sensors) will be connected between zone and COM terminal through EOL
series connection (open triggered) or EOL parallel connection (short triggered).
COM
Zone
The detectors (sensors) will be connected between zone and COM terminal through EOL
series connection (open triggered) or EOL parallel connection (short triggered).
COM
Zone
The panel sets the short/open as activate when connecting with single EOL.
The valid zone number is 1-8 for AMAX.
1.
Dual EOL: If the tamper supervision is set, we only can use the NC contact point. The EOL
status is:
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Type
Max
o
1430
tamper
1650
2200
2750
normal
2970
4400
4950
triggered
∞
tamper
5220
Using one 2.2K resistor as EOL of the tamper zone, which works together with the zone EOL
2.2K. Refer to the drawing:
1
COM
2
Z3
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BBBBB=RQH6ZLWFK
On -board Tamper Input
A separate input is provided for enclosure tamper (This is in addition to the 8 on-board total
inputs). The response time of the tamper input is a fixed zone response time. The tamper loop
will cause a siren alarm when the loop is open, and will be reported when the loop is open
(based the “system status report option”).When powered up, the system will wait for 60
seconds to setup the normal work.
Tamper Switch connector Input:
Close: Normal
Open: Alarm Tamper Alarm process is the same as 24-Hour Alarm process (Onboard Tamper is
processed as zone number 17).
7.2.2
Zone Function Settings / Zone Types
Zone Types
Zone Function Option
Zone Type
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Zone Not Used
01
Instant
02
Interior Instant
03
Delay
04
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Follower
06
Interior Follower
07
24-Hour
08
Key-Switch Toggle
09
Key Switch on/off
10
24 Hour Panic
11
24 Hour Fire
12
24 Hour Fire With Verification
13
Tamper
14
Bolt Contact
15
External Fault
16
Delay Exit
17
Interior Delay Exit
18
Technical Alarm
19
Reset
20
Instant Without Reset
21
Reserved
0
If a zone is not used, program the zone type location to 0. An EOL resistor is not required if
this zone type is not used. This zone type never activates the sirens or the dialer.
1 - Instant
The instant zone will perform as below:
1.
2.
Disarm:
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Zone normal - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - no Alarm / no report
AWAY Arm:
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Zone normal - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - Alarm / report
–
(Zone triggered during exit time no Alarm / no report)
–
(Zone triggered during entry time Alarm / report is delayed for 30sec or entry time is
expired, when system is disarmed before, no report)
3.
STAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - Alarm / report
–
(Zone triggered during exit time no Alarm / no report)
–
(Zone triggered during entry time Alarm / report is delayed for 30sec or entry time is
expired, when system is disarmed before, no report) When Zone is triggered, not
bypassed and system is forced to arm, a Zone fault report is sent.
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When System is disarmed and zone is not restored before, a Zone fault restore
report is sent.
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2 - Interior Instant
The interior instant zone will perform as below:
1.
Disarm:
–
2.
AWAY Arm:
–
3.
same as the Instant Zone disarm status
same as the Instant Zone AWAY Arm status
STAY Arm:
–
This Zone will be Ignored and performed as disarm. Refer to Section Keypad
Indicators, page 20 to see how the zone is displayed during exit time.
–
When Zone is triggered, not bypassed and system is forced to arm, a Zone fault
report is send.
–
When System is disarmed and zone is not restored before, a Zone fault restore
report is sent
3 - Delay
The delay zone will perform as below:
1.
DISARM: Same as Instant zone disarm status
2.
AWAY Arm:
3.
–
Zone normal - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - Entry time starts - no Alarm / no report
–
Disarming during entry time - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - during exit time - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - during entry time - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - entry time is expired - Alarm / report
–
(report is delayed for 30sec, when system is disarmed before, no report)
STAY ARM: Same as AWAY ARM performance.
–
First delay zone will start the entry time; all other delay zones will follow.
–
When System is disarmed and zone is not restored before, a Zone restore report is
sent.
4 - Interior Delay
The Interior delay zone will perform as below:
1.
Disarm: same as the Instant Zone disarm status
2.
AWAY Arm: same as the Delay Zone AWAY Arm status
3.
STAY Arm:
–
This Zone will be Ignored and performed as disarm.
–
Refer to Section Keypad Indicators, page 20 to see how the zone is displayed during
exit time.
5 - Follower
The follower zone will perform as below:
1.
Disarm:
–
2.
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AWAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - Alarm / report
–
Zone triggered - during exit time - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - during entry time - no Alarm / no report
–
The remaining Delay Time is handed over from the Delay Zone to the Follower Zone.
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The follower zone will performance as the same as a delay zone.
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If there are two or more zones programmed as delay zones and both are triggered,
the follower zone will follow the first triggered delay zone
3.
STAY ARM: same as the delay zone.
6 - Interior Follower
The interior follower zone will perform as below:
1.
Disarm: same as the Instant Zone disarm status
2.
AWAY Arm: same as the Follower Zone AWAY Arm status
3.
STAY Arm:
–
This zone will be ignored and performed as disarm.
–
Refer to Section Keypad Indicators, page 20 to see how the zone is displayed during
exit time.
7 - 24 Hour Zone
The 24 Hour zone will perform as below:
1.
2.
3.
Disarm:
–
Zone normal - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - Alarm / report
AWAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - Alarm / report
–
Zone triggered - during exit time - Alarm / report
–
Zone triggered - during entry time - Alarm / report
STAY Arm: Same as AWAY Arm performance.
–
A 24 Hour zone does not send a restore report until the zone is restored.
8 - Tamper Zone
The Tamper zone will perform as below:
1.
2.
3.
Disarm:
–
Zone normal - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - Alarm / report
AWAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - Alarm / report
–
Zone triggered - during exit time - Alarm / report
–
Zone triggered - during entry time - Alarm / report
STAY Arm: Same as AWAY Arm performance.
–
A Tamper zone does not send a restore report until the zone is restored.
9 - Fire Zone
The Fire zone will perform as below:
1.
2.
3.
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Zone normal - no Alarm / no report
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Zone triggered - Alarm / report
AWAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - Alarm / report
–
Zone triggered - during exit time - Alarm / report
–
Zone triggered - during entry time - Alarm / report
STAY Arm: Same as AWAY Arm performance.
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A Fire zone does not send a restore report until the zone is restored.
10 - External Fault Zone
The Fault Zone/Input will perform as below:
1.
2.
3.
Disarm:
–
Zone normal - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - Fault / report
AWAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - Alarm / report
–
Zone triggered - during exit time - Fault / report
–
Zone triggered - during entry time - Fault / report
STAY Arm: Same as AWAY Arm performance.
–
The restore report will be sent when the zone is restored.
11 - Bolt Contact Zone
The Bolt-Contact zone will perform as below:
1.
2.
3.
Disarm:
–
Zone normal - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - no Alarm / no report
AWAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - during exit time - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - during entry time - no Alarm / no report
STAY Arm: Same as AWAY Arm performance.
–
This zone is mainly for prevention of arming (to ensure exit/entry door is locked
before arming the system and no alarm occurs when entering the premise through
the entry/exit door)
12 - Key Switch Toggle
If a zone is programmed as key-switch toggle, it will ignore all other programming items, such
as bypass, forcing arm. If the Zone Tamper function is enabled, the zone will process as zone
tamper. When a zone is programmed for key-switch arming then that zone is the input for a
momentary (toggle mode) keyswitch input. In toggle mode, every time the keyswitch input is
triggered the system will be armed.
Zone triggered: AWAY Arm
Zone normal: No effect
When the system is armed in this mode, the keypad activates two beeps and report sent is by
User Code 254.
13 - Key switch On / Off
If a zone is programmed as key-switch On/Off, it will ignore all other programming items, such
as bypass, forcing arm.If the Zone Tamper function is enabled, the zone will process as a zone
tamper. When a zone is programmed for key-switch arming then that zone is the input for a
On/Off keyswitch input. In On/Off mode, the control will arm when the zone is zone triggered
and disarm when it is normal. This zone allows the system to be armed or disarmed with an
on/off switch wired across the keyswitch zone.
Key-switch On/Off Zone activates no alarm event.
Zone triggered: Activate AWAY Arm.
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Zone normal: Activate Disarm
Wiring Diagram for Key-switch Zone: short for arm. The momentary time is capable of lasting
Min. 300ms.
COM
Zone
Wiring Diagram for Key-switch Zone: short for arm. The momentary time is capable of lasting
Min. 300ms.
COM
Zone
When the key-switch operates the Arm/Disarm, the keypad sounds two beeps and report sent
to the system by User Code 254
Notice!
As the key-switch operates the arm/disarm successfully, the siren sounds short to indicate it.
16 - Delay Exit
The delay exit zone will perform as below:
1.
DISARM: Same as Instant zone disarm status
2.
AWAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - Entry time starts - no Alarm / no report
–
Disarming during entry time - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - during exit time - no Alarm / no report / abbreviates remaining time
for exit to 5 s
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Zone triggered - during entry time - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - entry time is expired - Alarm / report (report is delayed for 30sec,
when system is disarmed before, no report)
3.
STAY ARM: Same as AWAY ARM performance.
–
First delay zone will start the entry time; all other delay zones will follow.
–
When System is disarmed and zone is not restored before, a Zone restore report is
sent.
17 - Interior Delay Exit
The Interior delay exit zone will perform as below:
1.
Disarm: same as the Instant Zone disarm status
2.
AWAY Arm: same as the Delay Exit Zone AWAY Arm status
3.
STAY Arm:
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Refer to Section Keypad Indicators, page 20 to see how the zone is displayed during
exit time.
18 - Technical Alarm
The Technical Alarm zone will perform as below:
1.
2.
Disarm:
–
Zone normal - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - Alarm / report
AWAY Arm:
–
3.
Zone normal - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - Alarm / report
–
Zone triggered - during exit time - Alarm / report
–
Zone triggered - during entry time - Alarm / report
STAY Arm: Same as AWAY Arm performance.
–
A Technical zone does not send a restore report until the zone is restored.
19 - Reset
The Reset zone will perform as below:
1.
2.
Disarm:
–
Zone normal - no Alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered – performs system reset / no report
AWAY Arm:
–
3.
Zone normal - no Alarm / no report
STAY Arm: Same as AWAY Arm performance.
20 - Instant Report
The Instant report zone will perform as below:
1.
2.
3.
7.2.3
Disarm:
–
Zone normal - no Alarm / no restore report
–
Zone triggered - no Alarm / no report
AWAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - no Alarm / no restore report
–
Zone triggered - no Alarm / sends report
–
Zone triggered - during exit time - Alarm / sends report
–
Zone triggered - during entry time - Alarm / sends report
STAY Arm: Same as AWAY Arm performance.
Zone Function Settings / Zone Options
Zone Function Option
Force Arm / Bypass
Silent Alarm / Chime
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0
Disabled
1
Force Arm
2
Bypass
3
All
0
Disabled
1
Silent Alarm
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Zone Pulse count
Zone Lockout
Zone Tamper
Zone Status Report
Unverified Alarm
Report / Cross Zone
2
Chime Mode
3
All
0
Disabled
1-9
1-9 Pulses
0
Disabled
1
1 Times Alarm Lockout
2
3 Times Alarm Lockout
3
6 Times Alarm Lockout
4
Alarm Duration
0
Disabled
1
Enabled
0
No Report Required
1
Receiver 1
2
Receiver 2
3
Receiver 3
4
Receiver 4
5
Receiver 1, 2, 3 and 4
6
Receiver 1 (2, 3 and 4 for backup)
7
Receiver 1 (2 for backup) and Receiver 3 (4 for backup)
0
Disabled
1
Unverified Alarm Report
2
Cross Zone
3
All
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0
No Reports Allowed
1
Report to Destination 1
2
Report to Destination 2
3
Report to Destination 3
4
Report to Destination 4
5
Report to Destination 1 ,2, 3, 4
6
Report to Destination 1 (2, 3, 4 backup)
7
Report to Destination 1 (2 Backup) and 3 (4 backup)
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Zone Bypass
If this option is enabled, the operator can bypass zones before arming the system. If this
option is disabled, manual bypass of the zone will not be available. After manual bypass of the
zone, a zone bypass report will be sent.
The zone bypass is valid in one arming period only and will be resumed after disarming. Before
disarming, the bypassed zones will ignore all zone triggering and restoration events.
The key switch zone cannot be bypassed.
Forced Arming
If this option is selected, the system can be armed when the zone is in triggering status. If this
option is not selected, the system will not allow the PIN holder to arm the system unless the
zone with problems has resumed to normal status or been manually bypassed.
The arming with a zone in triggering status is called forced arming.
When the operating system arms:
–
When the keypad or key switch zone is used to execute system arming, the system will
show the zone status at first. If a zone in triggering status is not bypassed and the forced
arming option is in disabled status, it cannot be successfully armed.
–
When the keypad or key switch zone is used to execute system arming, the system will
show the zone status at first. If a zone in triggering status is not bypassed and the forced
arming option is in enabled status, the system will be successfully armed. If the zone is
still not recovered at the end of the exit delay time, the system will show the fault report
of the zone.
–
When the fault is recovered, a zone recovery report will be sent.
The exceptions to forced arming option:
–
In telephone and programming software remote arming, forced arming is available no
matter the zone is programmed as enabled or disabled forced arming.
Silent Alarm
Enabling this option can set the zone to mute alarm. Silent alarm will not trigger the output of
keypad buzzer and the output of the type of event of system audio alarm, but can trigger the
output of the type of event of system alarm (both sound and silent) and the alarm event can
still be transmitted according to programming path.
Zone Locking
The zone locking option of each zone can be set to a non-locking, 1 time of alarm locking, 3
times of alarm locking, 6 times of alarm locking and follow alarm time.
For unlocking, set the zone locking option to 0 to disable the zone locking function.
3 times of alarm locking
If the locking option is set to 2, the zone can only transmit up to 3 times of alarm report in
each arming period. After zone re-disarming re-arming, the locking count will be reset.
The alarm control panel will process locking according to the following logic:
1.
When the zone or zone tamper is trigger and siren alarm is resulted, within the period of
2.
When the alarms reach 3 times, the zone will be locked.
3.
If alarm occurs in the locked zone, the zone will send zone fault report.
4.
Before the end of the alarm output time, ten zone recovery event will not be transmitted.
5.
If the zone locking option is disabled, the times of alarms will not be restrained. Even
alarm output time, the alarm control panel will ignore the status detection of the zone.
when other zones are locked, that zone can still generate alarm.
6 times of alarm locking
Similar to 3 times of alarm locking, with alarm limited to not more than 6 times.
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Locking within the period of alarm output time. Repeating the process of alarm locking in the
period of alarm output time, without limit to times.
Zone Tamper
The system supports the tamper detection of the zone. This function ensures that the zone is
in normal operating status. The process is as follows:
1.
If 24-hour zone tamper is enabled, the wiring method for two-terminal resistor is
required.
2.
If the zone detects that the 24-hour tamper is triggered, the zone tamper alarm will be
processed the same as 24-hour zone.
3.
If the zone detests zone alarm, the zone will process according to specified zone type.
If the zone is programmed to disable 24-hour zone tamper, the wiring method for singleterminal resistor is required. If the zone detests alarm, the zone will process according to
specified zone type.
Zone Status Reporting
The alarm control panel reports zone status according to the specified path, including alarm,
zone fault, zone bypass and zone tamper alarm.
Zone Chime Mode
The system will support the chime mode.
The process is as follows:
–
If the chime mode is used and a zone is triggered the keypad buzzer will sound for 1
second (only in disarmed status)
Zone Pulse count
The system will support the pulse count mode.
The process is as follows:
–
pulse count duration time must be configured (Refer to chapter 9.1 Communication and
Report Settings)
–
pulse count for a zone can be set to a value between 1 and 9 (0 = disabled)
The process is as follows:
–
an alarm is only created, if the zone is triggered as many times as the value “pulse count”
within the time “count duration”.
Domestic No.
The system will support the domestic call mode.
The process is as follows:
–
If the domestic call mode is configured for a zone and an alarm from this zone is created
the alarm will be reported to the destination(s) configured and needs acknowledgement.
Cross Zone
The cross zone option works as follows:
Prerequisites:
–
At least two zones in the same area have option Cross Zone enabled
–
System option Cross Zone Timer is set to a value higher than 0
When one of these zones is triggered for more than 20 seconds, an alarm is created.
When one of these zones (the first zone) is triggered for a shorter time than 20 seconds, the
cross zone timer starts, no alarm is created at this time.
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When no more zones (with cross zone option) are triggered within the cross zone time,
no alarm is created.
–
When the first zone is triggered twice or more within the cross zone time, no alarm is
created.
–
When a second zone or further zones (with cross zone option) is/are triggered within the
–
When the first zone or one of the other zones (with cross zone option) is/are triggered
cross zone time, then an alarm is created for all triggered zones.
twice or more after cross zone time is expired, the timer restarts.
Unverified Alarm Report
Enables/disables option Unverified Alarm Report. When a cross zone is triggered, but no alarm
is created, system creates an unverified alarm in order to report. System reports unverified
alarms if option Unverified Alarm Report is enabled.
7.2.4
Adding and Changing Zone
Based on zone numbers, when adding or changing each zone, it is required to specify its area,
select the zone functions and select the module of zone source.
When the zone is selected to 0, i.e., the zone is not used, any addresses set on the zone
function and module selection are invalid.
7.2.5
Zone Indication Keypad and Event Log
Zones may be indicated on keypads and in event logs with a number that are different from
zone number used for programming and hardware input.
One area system
Zones are indicated on keypads according to the zone numbers. When disable one zone the
indication number of all following (higher) zone numbers will shift to a value decreased by
one.
Multi area system
Only zones assigned to one area are indicated on an area keypad in the order beginning with 1
and by following the order of zone numbers.
Examples:
In a one are system keypad zone number 17 should be indicated on a 16 zone LED keypad.
After disabling zone 16 (or another one in range 1 to 16) zone number 17 is indicated on
keypad as number 16.
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In a multi area system the following table shows area assignment and keypad indication of
zones:
7.3
7.3.1
Zone Number
Area
Indication keypad area 1
Indication keypad area 2
1
2
1
2
2
2
3
1
1
4
1
2
5
1
3
6
1
4
7
2
3
8
2
4
9
2
5
10
2
6
11
1
5
12
1
6
Outputs
Onboard / Extension Output
The alarm control panel is equipped with four on-board outputs and supports two DX3010
output extension modules with each extension module supporting 8 relay outputs, 20 outputs
in total.
When on-board output 1 or 2 fails due to a short circuit or open circuit, as long as there is a
backup power supply, the output fault will not affect the normal operation of the whole
system, but will be detected by the system.
Each output is programmable and can be set to follow multiple events.
Depending on the type of output event, the output parameters can be defined as area output
or follow zone alarm output. The output polarity of each output can be programmed and
defined as three modes: continuous output, pulse output or inverted.
The maximum time of each output is specified by programming and will be automatically reset
after expiration.
Electrical characteristics: 13.65VDC ± 3%. For PO-1+2, Max 750mA; PO+3+4, maximum
500mA.
7.3.2
Output Events
0 - Not Used
1 - Disarmed 0=all areas, 1-16 = Areas1-16
The output operates on below conditions:
1.
System disarmed after system reset
2.
System operated the disarm command
The output is reset:
1.
When the system is armed
2.
When the output programmed duration is up
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2 - System Armed 0=all areas, 1-16 = Areas1-16
The output operates on below conditions:
1.
System armed after system reset
System operated the arm command and until system is armed. (When system is operating the
arm command, the system will arm after the exit delay time is up.)
The output is reset:
1.
When the system is disarmed
2.
When the output programmed duration is up.
If this duration is programmed as 000, the output will continue till the system disarmed.
3 - System Alarm
This output operates when an alarm occurs.
The output is reset:
1.
When the system is disarmed and alarm is reset.
2.
When the output programmed duration is up.
When a new alarm occurred, the alarm will reset the alarm time.
If this duration is programmed as 000, the output will continue till the zone restore or system
disarmed.
4 - System Alarm (audile and silent)
In case of audio alarm of the system, the output will be enabled.
–
Zone (alarm or tamper) programmed to disable zone silent alarm.
–
System tamper / DX2010 tamper/keypad tamper.
–
Keypad alarm (emergency alarm, fire alarm, medical aid alarm)
Or in case of silent alarm of the system, the output will be enabled.
–
Zone (alarm or tamper) programmed to enable zone silent alarm. In case of following
conditions, the output will be reset.
–
Alarm reset.
–
Arming of the system.
–
Disarming of the system.
In case of new alarm event, the output time will be reset and re-timed.
When the output time is set to 000 and the alarm siren sounds for 0, the output will continue
until reset of alarm output or disarming of the system by the command of [PIN] [3] [2] [#].
The output of the following system alarm is only 1 second:
–
Alarm siren test.
–
Pacing (tamper/alarm/reset).
–
Key switch arming or- locking key switch disarming.
5 - External AWAY Siren
The output is triggered when:
System is AWAY armed +zone intruder alarm (intruder alarm = instant / interior instant /
delay / interior delay / delay exit / interior delay exit / follower / interior follower / 24h (can be
silenced) / Fire (can be silenced) / Technical Alarm (can be silenced))
System is AWAY armed +tamper alarm
(no alarm when panel is disarmed)
6 - External STAY Siren
The output is triggered when:
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System is STAY armed +zone intruder alarm (intruder alarm = instant / interior instant / delay /
interior delay / delay exit / interior delay exit / follower / interior follower / 24h (can be
silenced) / Fire (can be silenced) / Technical Alarm (can be silenced))
System is STAY armed +tamper alarm
(no alarm when panel is disarmed)
7 - Internal Siren
The output is triggered when:
System is AWAY armed +zone intruder alarm (intruder alarm = instant / interior instant /
delay / interior delay / delay exit / interior delay exit / follower / interior follower / 24h (can be
silenced) / Fire (can be silenced) / Technical Alarm (can be silenced))
System is AWAY armed +tamper alarm
System is STAY armed +zone intruder alarm (intruder alarm = instant / interior instant / delay /
interior delay / delay exit / interior delay exit / follower / interior follower / 24h (can be
silenced) / Fire (can be silenced) / Technical Alarm (can be silenced))
System is AWAY armed +tamper alarm
System is disarmed +zone tamper alarm
When panel is armed = one pulse activation (1sec) (enabled/disable option can be combined
with disarm)
When panel is disarmed = two pulse activation (1sec) (enabled/disable option can be
combined with arm)
When Programming mode is entered = one pulse activation (1sec) (enabled/disable option)
8 - Internal Siren with tamper
The output is triggered when Internal Siren with tamper.
9 - Entry/Exit Delay Warning
Entry Delay Warning
This output operates during Entry Time.
The output is reset:
1.
When the system disarmed
2.
When Entry Time expires
3.
When the output programmed duration is up.
Exit Delay Warning
This output operates during Exit Time when the control panel is armed.
The output is reset:
1.
When the system is disarmed
2.
When Exit Time expires
3.
When the output programmed duration is up.
If this duration is programmed as 000, the output will continue till the delay warning duration
is up.
10 - Telephone Line Fault
This output operates when a telephone line fault occurs.
The output is reset:
1.
When the Telephone line is restored and fault is reset.
2.
When the output programmed duration is up.
If this duration is programmed as 000, the output will continue till the telephone line is
restored and fault is reset.
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11 - AC Power Supply Fault
This output operates when a AC MAINS fault occurs.
The output is reset:
1.
When the AC power supply is restored and fault is reset.
2.
When the output programmed duration is up.
If this duration is programmed as 000, the output will continue till the AC MAINS power is
restored and fault is reset.
12 - Low Battery
This output operates when a Low Battery fault occurs.
The Dynamic Battery Test is performed every 4 hours after the system is powered up and
every time the system is armed.
The output is reset:
1.
Only after a Dynamic Battery Test report that the backup battery voltage is normal and
fault is reset.
2.
When the output programmed duration is up.
If this duration is programmed as 000, the output will continue till battery is restored and fault
is reset.
13 - Tamper
This output operates when a Tamper condition occurs.
The output is reset:
1.
When the output programmed duration is up.
lf this duration is programmed as 000, the output will continue till the Tamper condition is
Restored and Tamper is reset.
14 - External Fault
This output operates when an External Fault occurs.
The output is reset:
1.
When the output programmed duration is up.
lf this duration is programmed as 000, the output will continue till the External Fault is
Restored and the fault is reset.
15 - All Faults
This output operates when a Fault occurs.
The output is reset:
1.
When the output programmed duration is up.
lf this duration is programmed as 000, the output will continue till the Fault is Restored and
the fault is reset.
16 - Fire Alarm
The output is triggered when Fire Alarm.
17 - Fire Reset
The output is triggered when Fire Reset.
18 - AWAY Armed
This output operates when System is AWAY Armed.
The output is reset:
1.
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lf this duration is programmed as 000, the output will continue till the System is Disarmed.
19 - STAY Armed
This output operates when System is STAY Armed.
The output is reset:
1.
When the output programmed duration is up.
lf this duration is programmed as 000, the output will continue till the System is Disarmed.
20 - Reset
This output operates when a reset is performed in the system.
21 - Follow Zone Event Zone Number
The output follow type imitates the zone alarm state, when alarm or tamper is generated in
the corresponding zone, the output will be enabled. When system arming, disarming or output
time ends, the output will be reset.
For actual output time, See Table The Value Ranges of Output Programming Options, page 125
22 - RF Keyfob button 3
The output is triggered when Keyfob Button 3 is pressed.
23 - RF Keyfob button 4
The output is triggered when Keyfob Button 4 is pressed.
24 - Chime Indication
The output is triggered when Chime Indication.
25 - Verified Alarm
The output is triggered when Verified Alarm.
26 - Unverified Alarm
The output is triggered when Unverified Alarm.
27 - Technical Alarm
The output is triggered when Technical Alarm.
28 - Bypassed Zone
The output is triggered when Bypassed Zone.
29 - Ready to Arm
The output is triggered when ready to arm.
30 – Walk Test Output Mode
The output is triggered when Walk Test Output Mode.
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Output Options
The Value Ranges of Output Programming Options
Output Event Type
Description
Output Area / Zone
Output
0
Not Used
No
1
System Disarmed
0 = All Areas
2
System Armed
3
System Alarm
4
System Alarm (audile and silent)
5
External AWAY Siren
6
External STAY Siren
7
Internal Siren
8
Internal Siren with tamper
9
Entry/Exit Delay Warning
10
Telephone Line Fault
11
AC Power Supply Fault
12
Low Battery
13
Tamper
14
External Fault
15
All Faults
16
Fire Alarm
17
Fire Reset
18
AWAY Armed
19
STAY Armed
20
Reset *1
Event
1 – 16 = Areas 1 - 16
0 = Any Area,
1 - 16 = Areas 1 - 16
1 - 16 = Areas 1 - 16
0 = Any Area,
1 - 16 = Areas 1 - 16
0 = Any Area,
1 - 16 = Areas 1 - 16
0 = All Areas
1 - 16 = Areas 1 - 16
0 = Any Area
1 - 16 = Areas 1 - 16
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Follow Zone Event
Zone Number 1 - 64
22
RF Keyfob button 3 (Garage Door)
0 = Any Area,
23
RF Keyfob button 4 (light)
24
Chime Indication *1
25
Verfied Alarm
26
Unverfied Alarm
27
Technical Alarm
28
Bypassed Zone
29
Ready to Arm
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Walktest
0
Continuous output
1
Pulse
2
Inverted
Output
000 -
0 - 999 seconds
Time
999
Output
Mode
*1 Output Timer is fix. (1 sec)
Output Mode
Two different polarities are available.
0 - Continuous output
This polarity is a stable low-level output.
1 - Pulse output
This polarity is a pulse output.
Output Time
Each output can be specified output time and resets at the end of output time. Each output
time occupies three programming addressess in seconds.
For example, to limit the output time of input 1 to 5 minutes, the programming address
0545-0547 can be programmed to [300], 300 seconds, i.e., 5 minutes.
The actual output time of system audio alarm, system alarm and follow zone event is related to
alarm siren ringing.
7.3.4
Alarm Siren Ringing Time
The alarm siren ringing time is valid only when the keypad alarm tone is enabled. When there
is audio alarm in the system, the alarm siren begins to ring. After valid arming/disarming
command, alarm reset or alarm siren ringing time ends, the alarm siren stops ringing.
For programming of alarm time, see On board Output Programming.
7.4
Access Codes
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.
7.4.1
Installer Code
The Installer Code can be up to six digits long. When the system is in disarmed status and no
active alarm, it will access to Installer’s Programming Mode.
Installer Code functions allow the installer to execute functions when the system is disarmed.
Refer to Section 6 System Functions, page 39 for more information. Refer to
Section 3.3.1 Programming with the AMAX Keypad 4000, page 14 for more information on
system programming.
The installer code works only if it is enabled by a user code holder.
7.4.2
User Codes
The purpose of User Codes is to arm and disarm the system and perform system functions.
The alarm control panel contains the following User Codes:
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Keypad User Codes #1 to #64 (reported 1 to 64)
Key Fob User Codes *1 to *128 (reported 65 to 192)
User Codes for special purpose:
Use User Code 254 to send report when arming/disarming the system by key-switch user.
Use User Code 253 to send report when arming the system in AWAY Mode or STAY Mode by
keypad single button.
Use User Code 252 to send report when remotely arming the system by telephone call.
Use User Code 251 to send report when remotely arming the system by A-Link Plus software.
User Code can be four to six digits long. Each User Code should get assignment to area(s) and
to an authority level.
7.5
System Settings - General
This chapter describes eight categories of system settings including the system date and time,
telephone settings, etc.
7.5.1
Installer Access Until Next Arming
Before using installer access, a standard user has to enable installer access first. If option
Installer Access Until Next Arming is enabled, installer access permission is limited to next
arming.
7.5.2
Force Arm When System Is In Trouble Condition
If option Force Arm When System Is In Trouble Condition is enabled, an area can be force
armed however there is trouble condition.
7.5.3
Siren / PO-1+PO-2 Supervision
If option is enabled, system supervises whether siren is shortened or disconnected.
7.5.4
Keypad 2 Button Alarm
If option Keypad 2 Button Alarm is enabled, the following alarms can be sent by pressing and
hold two keypad buttons simultaneously.
Emergency alarm will be transmitted, if simultaneously [1] and [3] or [*] and [#] is pressed
and hold.
Fire alarm will be transmitted, if simultaneously [4] and [6] is pressed and hold.
Silent keypad emergency medical alarm will be transmitted, if simultaneously [7] and [9] is
pressed and hold.
7.5.5
Phone Line Monitor
If option Phone Line Monitor is enabled, system supervises whether phone line is broken or
disconnected.
7.5.6
Beep For Warning Devices
Enables/disables Beep For Warning Devices when the system is armed, disarmed or during
Walk Test.
7.5.7
Silence Warning Device When Disarmed
Enables/disables Silence Warning Device when disarmed or by pressing any key.
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Event Record Count per Set/Unset Period
Option Event Record Count per Set/Unset Period defines the maximum number of records for
an event within the set/unset period.
7.5.9
System Tamper Indication In Area
Option System Tamper Indication In Area configures system where system tamper event is
indicated. System tamper indication can be assigned to either the area where Zone 1 is
located in or to all Areas.
7.5.10
Internal Siren Beep As Indication
Enables or disables Internal Siren Beep as Indication when the system is armed, disarmed or
programming mode is entered.
7.5.11
Battery Check Interval
Option Battery Check Interval defines the time interval in which the battery test is carried out.
Also battery test is carried out when armed or when system power up.
7.5.12
Cross Zone Timer
Option Cross Zone Timer defines time interval for the cross zone feature.
7.5.13
AC Power Supply Fault Report Delay
AC Power Supply Fault is reported with configurable delay time. Option AC Power Supply
Fault Report Delay defines delay time.
7.5.14
Date and Time
The alarm control panel has a 24-hour clock and a 12-month calendar that need to be set
during installation. The order is year, month, day, hour and minute, with each item occupying
two digits [YY] [MM] [DD] [HH] [MM].
For more information about date and time settings, see Date and Time Settings .
7.5.15
Fault Inquiry
Fault and tamper conditions
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1 Accessory Module Failure
1 Network / IP Module 1 Failure
1 - 2 Network / IP Module 1 - 2 Failure
2 Output Expansion Module Failure
1 - 2 Output Expansion Module 1 - 2 Fault
3 Input Expansion Module Failure
1 - 6 Output Expansion Module 1 - 6 Fault
4 Printer Failure
1 Module DX4010 Missing
2 Printer Missing
3 Printer Fault
5 RF Receiver Failure
1 RF Receiver 1 Fault
2 RF Receiver 1 Missing
3 RF Receiver 1 Jammed
6 RF Sensor Failure
1 RF Sensor Missing *
2 RF Sensor Fault *
7 RF Repeater Failure
1 - 8 RF Repeater 1-8 Missing
8 RF Config Failure
1 Configuration Conflict Sensors *
2 Configuration Conflict Repeaters *
3 Configuration Conflict Keyfobs *
2 Power Failure
1 Panel AC Failure
2 Panel Low Battery
3 Panel Aux Power Failure
1 - 2 Panel Aux Power 1 - 2 Fault
4 Bosch Option Bus Power Failure
1 - 2 Bosch Option Bus 1 - 2 Power Fault
5 RF Repeater AC Power Failure
1 - 8 RF Repeater 1-8 AC Power Fault
6 RF Repeater Battery Failure
1 - 8 RF Repeater 1-8 Battery Fault
7 RF Sensor Power Failure *
8 RF Keyfob Battery Failure *
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3 Output Failure
1 Onboard Output Failure
1 Onboard Output 1 Fault
2 Onboard Output 2 Fault
4 Keypad Failure
1 - 16 Keypad 1 – 16 Fault
5 System Failure
1 Date Time not set
6 Communication Failure
1 Communication Fault 1
2 Communication Fault 2
3 Communication Fault 3
4 Communication Fault 4
5 Phone Line Fault
7 Tamper
1 System Tamper
2 Keypad Tamper
1 - 16
Keypad 1 – 16 Tamper
3 Zone Expansion Module Tamper
1 - 6 Zone Expansion Module 1 - 6 Tamper
4 Zone Tamper DEOL
1 - 16
Sensor Tamper DEOL
5 Zone type Tamper
1 - 16
Zone type Tamper
6 Keypad Lock out
1 Keypad Lock out
7 RF Receiver Tamper
1 RF Receiver Tamper
8 RF Repeater Tamper
1 - 8 RF Repeater Tamper
8 External Failure
1 - 16
External Fault Zone 1-16
The system can display eight categories of 41 kinds of system failure.
For more information about fault inquiry, see Fault Inquiry.
Fault Description
1 - Accessory Module Failure
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Network / IP Module 1 Failure
Condition:
No communication with the DX4020/ITS-DX4020G if DX4020/ITS-DX4020G is programmed.
Restore:
Communication with DX4020/ITS-DX4020G is normal and fault is reset.
Supervise:
1.
Report the DX4020/ITS-DX4020G fault to configured destination on address 124 when
the fault is detected.
2.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to the detailed description in chapter keypad
indicators)
3.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations. The
FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
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Output Expansion Module Failure
Condition:
No communication with DX3010 if DX3010 is programmed.
Restore:
Communication with DX3010 is normal and fault is reset.
Supervise:
1.
Report the DX3010 fault to configured destination on address 140 when the fault is
detected.
2.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to the detailed description in chapter keypad
indicators)
3.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations. The
FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
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Input Expansion Module Failure
Condition:
No communication with DX2010 if DX2010 is programmed.
Restore:
Communication with DX2010 is normal and fault is reset.
Supervise:
1.
Report the DX2010 fault to configured destination on address 140 when the fault is
detected.
2.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to the detailed description in chapter keypad
indicators)
3.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations. The
FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
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Printer Failure
Module 4010 Missing
Condition:
No communication with DX4010 if printer is enabled.
Restore:
Communication with DX4010 is normal and fault is reset.
Supervise:
1.
Report the DX4010 missing fault to configured destination when the fault is detected.
2.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to the detailed description in chapter keypad
indicators)
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3.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations. The
FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
Printer Missing
Condition:
No communication with printer if printer is enabled and the DX4010 is normal.
Restore:
Communication with printer and DX4010 are normal and fault is reset.
Supervise:
1.
Report the printer missing fault to configured destination when the fault is detected.
2.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to the detailed description in chapter keypad
indicators)
3.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations. The
FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
Printer Fault
Condition:
The printer is abnormal (e.g. printer no paper/printer buffer is overflow/...) if printer is enable
and the DX4010 is normal.
Restore:
The printer and DX4010 are normal and fault is reset.
Supervise:
1.
Report the printer error to configured destination when the fault is detected.
2.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to the detailed description in chapter keypad
indicators)
3.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations. The
FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
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RF Receiver Failure
RF Receiver 1 Fault
Condition:
The receiver is abnormal (e.g. RF micro is removed/hold RF micro in reset/...) if wireless
module is enabled.
Restore:
Communication with receiver is normal and wireless module is enabled and fault is reset.
Supervise:
1.
Report the receiver fault to configured destination when the fault is detected.
2.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to the detailed description in chapter keypad
indicators)
3.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations. The
FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
RF Receiver 1 Missing
Condition:
1.
No communication with receiver if wireless module is enable.
2.
Any RF zone or repeater or keyfob is configured but the wireless module is disable.
Restore:
Communication with receiver is normal and wireless module is enable and fault is reset.
Supervise:
1.
2.
Report the receiver missing fault to configured destination when the fault is detected.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to the detailed description in chapter keypad
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When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations. The
FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
RF Receiver 1 Jammed
Condition:
Much disturb signal around the receiver if wireless module is enable.
Restore:
No much disturb signal around the receiver and wireless module is enable and fault is reset.
Supervise:
1.
Report the receiver jam fault to configured destination when the fault is detected.
2.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to the detailed description in chapter keypad
indicators)
3.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations. The
FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
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RF Sensor Failure
RF Sensor Missing
Condition:
Any one wireless zone no status report to receiver in the RF supervision interval and wireless
module is enable.
Restore:
All wireless zones have status report to receiver in the RF supervision interval and wireless
module is enabled and fault is reset.
Supervise:
1. Report the wireless zone missing fault to configured destination when the fault is detected.
2. Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to the detailed description in chapter keypad indicators)
3. When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations. The FAULT
indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
RF Sensor Fault
Condition:
Any one wireless zone is abnormal (e.g. Remove the pyro from the smoke detector/...) and
wireless module is enable.
Restore:
All wireless zone are normal and wireless module is enabled and fault is reset.
Supervise:
1. Report the wireless zone fault to configured destination when the fault is detected.
2. Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to the detailed description in chapter keypad indicators)
3. When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations. The FAULT
indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
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RF Repeater Failure
1-8 RF Repeater 1-8 Missing
Condition:
No status report to receiver in the RF supervision interval and wireless module is enable.
Restore:
Have status report to receiver in the RF supervision interval and wireless module is enable and
fault is reset.
Supervise:
1. Report the repeater missing fault to configured destination when the fault is detected.
2. Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to the detailed description in chapter keypad indicators)
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3. When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations. The FAULT
indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
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RF Config Failure
Configuration Conflict Sensors
Condition:
Any one wireless zone configuration is error.
Restore:
All wireless zone configuration are correct and fault is reset.
Supervise:
1. Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to the detailed description in chapter keypad indicators)
2. When the fault is reset, the FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system
fault.
Configuration Conflict Repeaters
Condition:
Any one repeater configuration is error.
Restore:
All repeater configuration are correct and fault is reset.
Supervise:
1. Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to the detailed description in chapter keypad indicators)
2. When the fault is reset, the FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system
fault.
Configuration Conflict Keyfobs
Condition:
Any one keyfob configuration is error.
Restore:
All keyfob configuration are correct and fault is reset.
Supervise:
1. Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to the detailed description in chapter keypad indicators)
2. When the fault is reset, the FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system
fault.
2 - Power Failure
The zone indicator 2 lights to indicate Power Faults. Enter [2] to step to Power Faults list for
more information.
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Panel AC Failure
Condition:
1. 18V AC supply deficiency to panel caused by transformer.
2. 220V power supply fuse broken.
3. 220V power supply disconnected.
Restore:
AC MAINS supply is reconnected and fault is reset.
1. Monitor the voltage by MPU.
2. If the AC fault is not restored in 1 hour after the fault occurred, report the fault to
configured destination on address 124.
3. Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to the detailed description in chapter keypad indicators)
4. As the AC supply is reconnected, the MAINS indicator is back to light (except in
Programming Mode or Code Functions Mode ).
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When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
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Condition:
1. Battery voltage is lower than 11V+-1%.
2. No battery connected.
Restore:
When Battery voltage rises to 12V+-1%, Dynamic Battery test is performed (time set in
Programming address 204) and fault is reset.
Supervise:
1. The system performs a Dynamic Battery Test every time (set in address 204) and every time
the system is armed or reset.
2. Report the low battery to the configured destination programmed on address 124.
3. Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer the detailed description in chapter keypad indicators)
4. When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations. The
FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
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Panel Aux Power Failure
Condition:
Aux Power Supply Voltage is lower than 9V.
Restore:
Voltage is raised to 12 and fault is reset.
Supervise:
1.
Monitor the voltage by MPU.
2.
Report the AUX power fault to the configured destination programmed on address 124.
3.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to the detailed description in chapter keypad
indicators)
4.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations. The
FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
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Bosch Option Bus Power Failure
Condition:
Bosch option bus power supply Voltage is lower than 9V+-5%.
Restore:
Voltage is raised to 12V and fault is reset.
Supervise:
1.
Monitor the voltage by MPU.
2.
Report the Bosch Option Bus Power Supply fault to the configured destination
programmed on address 124.
3.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to the detailed description in chapter keypad
indicators)
4.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations. The
FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
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RF Repeater AC Power Failure
No description defined
–
RF Repeater Battery Failure
No description defined
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RF Sensor Power Failure
No description defined
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RF Keyfob Battery Failure
No description defined
3 -Output Failure
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Onboard Output Failure
On-board output 1 to 2 fault
The on-board output 1 to 2 is detected as short circuit, open circuit or over current status, the
on-board output 1 to 2 fault will occur. After the output is recovered and Reset command
executed, the fault will be recovered.
Fault conditions:
When the output is at short circuit, open circuit or over current status, the fault occurs.
Recovery conditions:
After the output is recovered, the fault will be recovered.
Fault monitoring:
1.
The on-board output 1 to 2 fault is detected, the report will be sent to the relevant path.
2.
The fault indicator on the keypad flashes slowly
3.
When the on-board output 1 to 2 fault recovers, the report will be sent to the specified
path. If currently there are not other faults and Reset command executed, the fault
indicator of the keypad will go off.
4 -Keypad Failure
Condition:
Keypad fail is reported at any time when communication fails between the panel and address
1 keypad.
Restore:
Communication between panel and keypads comes back to normal and fault is reset.
Supervise:
1.
Report the keypad fault to the configured destination programmed on address 124.
2.
Flash FAULT indicator on the other keypad in normal operation (refer to the detailed
description in chapter keypad indicators).
3.
4.
Keypad missing communication with the panel performance as below:
–
Stop detection on the keypad button
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Flash FAULT indicator
–
The disconnected keypad do not sound FAULT beeping per minute
When the keypad fault is reset, send the restore report to the configured destinations.
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
5- System Failure
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Date and Time not set
Condition:
Date and time is not set after the system is powered on.
Restore:
Date and time is programmed and the fault is reset. Refer to Section 3.1.1 Setting date and
time for more information.
Supervise:
1.
Report the date and time fault to the configured destination programmed on location
124.
2.
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No report to the control panel system when date and time setting is recorded in
nonvolatile memory and Control Panel is reset. The FAULT indicator is turned off when
there is no other system fault.
6 - Communication Failure
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Communication Fault 1 - 4
Condition:
Panel can not send the report to the Destination 1 after 4 attempts.
Restore:
The fault is reset when the first kissoff tone is received and fault is reset.
Supervise:
1.
Report the fault to configured destination on address 124 when the fault is detected.
2.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer the detailed description in chapter keypad indicators).
3.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations. The
FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
7- Tamper
The zone indicator 7 lights to indicate Tamper conditions. Enter [7] to step to Tamper
conditions list for more information.
System Tamper
Onboard Tamper Condition is registered when the Onboard Tamper input (P8) is open.
Condition:
Onboard Panel Tamper input P8 is open.
Restore:
The Tamper condition is reset when the Input is shorted and Tamper condition is reset.
Supervise:
1.
Report the Tamper condition to configured destination on Address 124 when the Tamper
Condition is detected.
2.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer the detailed description in chapter keypad indicators).
3.
When the Tamper Condition is reset, send the restored report to the configured
destinations.
Keypad Tamper
Condition:
Keypad 1 is opened and the Tamper contact is triggered.
Restore:
The Tamper condition is reset when the Keypad is closed and Tamper condition is reset.
Supervise:
1.
Report the Tamper condition to configured destination on Address 124 when the Tamper
Condition is detected.
2.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer the detailed description in chapter keypad indicators).
3.
When the Tamper Condition is reset, send the restored report to the configured
destinations. The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
Zone Expansion Module Tamper
Zone extension module 1 to 6 tamper
When the disassembly of DX2010 module 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 is detected, zone extension module
1, 2 tamper report will be sent. When the module resumes to normal operation, the fault
recovery report will be generated.
Fault conditions:
When the disassembly of DX2010 module 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 is detected, the alarm control panel
will consider the occurrence of zone extension module 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 tamper.
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Recovery conditions:
When the module tamper recovers, tamper 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 will be recovered. Fault
monitoring:
When the DX2010 module 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 tamper is detected, the report will be sent to the
relevant path according to programming address 0124.
The fault indicator on the keypad flashes slowly
When module 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 tamper is recovered, the report will be sent to the specified
path.
If currently there are not other faults, the fault indicator of the keypad will go off.
Zone Tamper DEOL
Condition:
Tamper contact is triggered (Zone is programmed as Dual End of Line)
Restore:
Tamper contact is restored and Tamper condition is reset.
Supervise:
1.
Report the Sensor Tamper to configured destination on Address 124 when the Sensor
Tamper is detected.
2.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer the detailed description in chapter keypad indicators).
3.
When the Tamper condition is reset, send the restored report to the configured
destinations. The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
Zone type Tamper
Condition:
Tamper contact (direct connected to the Zone) is triggered (Zone type = Tamper)
Restore:
Tamper contact is restored and Tamper condition is reset.
Supervise:
1.
Report the Tamper condition to configured destination on Address 124 when the Tamper
condition is detected.
2.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer the detailed description in chapter keypad indicators).
3.
When the Tamper condition is reset, send the restored report to the configured
destinations. The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
Keypad Lock out
Condition:
Invalid code is entered more times than allowed by the code retry attempts (programmed in
address 0499)
Restore:
Keypad lock out is reset when the Keypad lockout time (3min) is expired and the fault is reset.
Supervise:
1.
Report the Keypad lock out to configured destination on Address 124 when the Keypad
2.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer the detailed description in chapter keypad indicators).
3.
When the Keypad lock out Condition is reset, send the restored report to the configured
lock out is detected.
destinations. The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
RF Receiver Tamper No description defined
RF Repeater Tamper No description defined
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Condition:
Fault contact (direct connected to the Zone) is triggered (Zone type = External Fault)
Restore:
Fault contact is restored and Fault condition is reset.
Supervise:
1.
Report the Fault condition to configured destination on Address 124 when the Fault
condition is detected.
2.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer the detailed description in chapter keypad indicators).
3.
When the Fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations. The
FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
External Fault Zone
The zone indicator 8 lights to indicate External Fault conditions.
Enter [8] to step to Zone Indicator list to identify the zone where the fault input is connected.
1=Zone 1 2=Zone 2 3=Zone 3 4=Zone 4 5=Zone 5 6=Zone 6 7=Zone 7 8=Zone 8
See also
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Address Setting, page 11
Quick Arming
Without any PINs, system quick arming can be made by pressing and holding the keypad [#]
for 3 seconds, or the quick perimeter arming can be made by pressing and holding the keypad
[*] for 3 seconds.
7.5.17
Keypad Settings
Keypad Alarm Tone
In case of alarm, if the keypad buzzer is required to prompt alarm, the location 0503 should be
set to 1 in order to output following the system audio alarm event of its area. The default is to
disable keypad alarm tone.
If keypad alarm tone is enabled, the keypad will alarm following the alarm siren ringing time
and stop alarming after completion of the alarm siren ringing time or through resetting of
alarm output.
For keypad alarm tone programming, see On board Output Programming .
Times of Keypad Locking
When the times of entering wrong code exceeds the limit for entry of wrong code programmed
in location 0499, all keypads will be locked. The locking time is fixed at 3 minutes.
7.5.18
Fault Report Settings
Fault Prompt Tone
When the command [2] [1] is used for fault inquiry, the keypad can be programmed to sound
prompt tone to indicate new system fault. The system is defaulted to enable. In case of new
fault, all keypads will sound short beep once a minute.
Exit Delay Alarm or Fault
When the delay zone or the following zone completes the exit delay, it is possible to choose to
trigger alarm or fault.
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AC Fault Report Settings
In case of AC power fault, the fault report will be delayed for 1 hour or 10 minutes, or
transmitted along with other reports. The AC power fault event will be displayed on the
keypad 1 hour or 10 minutes later.
Fault Display Settings
In case of date/time settings fault, it is possible to choose to display the fault or transmit fault
prompt tone at the same time, or do not display and stop fault prompt tone. If it is chosen not
to display, even the fault prompt tone is set, the system will prompt nothing if no date and
time are set after power-up.
Version Information
This setting can be used to display the version number of the alarm control panel software.
Restoring to Default Settings
This setting can be used to restore all programming parameters set in the factory.
7.5.19
Zone Tamper Bypass when DEOL Zone is Bypassed
If Parameter Zone Tamper Bypass when DEOL Zone is Bypassed is enabled, system creates a
tamper alarm when DEOL zone is tampered, even when this zone is bypassed. Modify address
0184 in order to change parameter. This function is only accessible in address programming.
Also refer to Chapter Dual IP Settings, page 107 for more details.
7.6
System Settings - RF Options
RF Receiver Functionality
Enables or disables RF receiver functionality
RF Supervision Interval
Defines RF Supervision Interval
RF Jam Detect Level
Defines RF jam detect level
RF Device Low Level Battery Resound
Enables or disables RF device low level battery resound
Chirp On Arm / Disarm
Enables or disables chirp on arm / disarm
Keyfob Panic Option
Defines keyfob panic option
7.7
Area Settings
7.7.1
Common Area
Area 1 can be used as a common area or an independent area. Common area ancillary acts as
follows:
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Only all belonged independent areas are armed, the common area can be armed.
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If any zones under common zones are in triggered or tamper status and the forced arming
is disabled, the common area cannot be armed.
For programming of common area, see Common Area Settings.
7.7.2
Area Delay
Exit Delay
As for the programming of exit delay, the programming rang is 0 - 255 seconds. In the mode of
system arming, the keypad will beep during exiting and will make continuous long beep in the
last 10 seconds to notify the exit time is coming to an end.
For programming of exit delay, see Exit Delay.
Entry Delay
As for the programming of entry delay, the programming rang is 0 - 255 seconds. Entry delay
id the delay time of the delay zone.
For programming of exit delay, see Entry Delay.
For more information about delay zone, see Delay zone.
7.7.3
Keypad Area
Master Keypad
The system supports up to 16 master keypads. The arming/disarming, area alarm, AC power
fault, system fault and system event of each area can be displayed on the master keypad. It is
not possible to execute arming/disarming and bypass operation on the master keypad. When
relevant operations are made to the area, the master keypad should be switched to the
corresponding area.
Area Keypad
It is possible to operate each area with a single or multiple independent keypads.
Each area keypad can only operate the corresponding area of the programming,
When the area keypad has not corresponding zones, the area keypad cannot be used to
execute zone-related operations such as arming/disarming and bypass, but can be used to
execute operations without relations to the zone, e.g. event inquiry.
Each area keypad can display the status of the zone belonging to the area. However, for IUIAMAX3-LED8 keypad, IUI-AMAX-LED8 keypad and IUI-AMAX-LCD8 keypad, each area can
display up to 8 zones and cannot display other zones, but can report zone events. For IUIAMAX3-LED16 keypad, each area can display up to 16 zones and cannot display other zones,
but can report zone events. The keypad can display up to 64 zones.
For any areas, the logic numbers of the zones are displayed on the LED/Icon LCD keypad and
logic numbers or zone names of the zones are displayed on the keypad instead of actual
physical numbers. For example: The zones 1, 2 and 3 of area 1 displayed on the keypad are
actually zones 20, 31 and 37.
For programming of keypad specified area, see Keypad Area Settings.
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Configuration
This chapter specifies how to configure of the AMAX panel 4000. It includes the different ways
to program the AMAX panel 4000.
8.1
System Power Up
After the system is powered up, set date and time. Otherwise, the system prompts as fault.
After the system is powered up or reset, it resets to previous arming / disarming status.
To reduce false alarms caused by system power-up (or by power supply restoration after both
mains supply and AUX power supply fail), the system is designed to not perform zone test
within one minute after power-up.
8.2
System Status Indicator
The system status is indicated by the LED status indicator on the system main board.
Slow flash of red status indicator (repeating on and off with an interval of 1 second) indicates
normal system operation.
8.3
Installer and User Code Commands
The system supports programmable 4- to 6-digit Installer and User Code to execute the
following programming and operating commands.
The installer commands can be used only when all areas of the system are in disarming status
with no alarm activated and when installer access is enabled from user.
Notice!
No identical User Codes are allowed. User Codes are not permitted to be the same as
Installer codes.
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Master User
[C o d e ] + [0 ][0 ][0 ] + [# ] (T e xt K P )
√
√
S w itch to P a rtitio n 0 1 -1 6
[C o d e ] + [0 ][ _ ][ _ ] + [# ] (T e xt K P )
√
√
Instal. User
Command
S w itch to M a in K e yp a d
Basic User
Function
Super User
Arming User
(Default User Code = 2580
Default Inst. Code = 1234)
Duress User
User Code Commands
A W A Y a rm
[C o d e ] + [1 ][1 ] + [# ] / [C o d e ] + [# ] / [# ] (Q u ick a rm )
√
√
√
√
√
√
S T A Y a rm
[C o d e ] + [1 ][2 ] + [# ] / [C o d e ] + [*] / [*] (Q u ick a rm )
√
√
√
√
√
√
D isa rm
[C o d e ] + [# ]
√
√
√
√
√
D isp la y In fo (F a u lt/T a m p e r..)
[C o d e ] + [-]
√
√
Keypad Emergency Alarm
Long press [1] and [3] or [*] and [#]
Keypad Fire
Long press [4] and [6]
Keypad Medical Alarm
Long press [7] and [9]
F a u lt/T a m p e r In q u ire
[C o d e ] + [2 ][1 ] + [# ]
√
√
√
Check All Event Log
[C o d e ] + [2 ][2 ] + [# ]
√
√
√
Check EN Event Log
[C o d e ] + [2 ][3 ] + [# ] (T e xt K P )
√
√
√
Check Dialer Event Log
[C o d e ] + [2 ][4 ] + [# ] (T e xt K P )
√
√
√
√
√
√
Zone Bypass/Cancel
√
[Code] + [3][1] + [#] + [Zone No] [*] + [#] (Bypass)
[Code] + [3][1] + [#] + [Zone No] [*] + [#] (Cancel LED)
√
√
√
√
[Code] + [3][2] + [#] + [Zone No] [*] + [#](Cancel Text KP)
√
√
√
√
Bypass Inquire
[Code] + [3][3] + [#] (Text KP)
√
√
√
√
B yp a ss F a u lt/T a m p e r
[C o d e ] + [3 ][4 ] + [# ]
√
√
√
√
S ire n te st
[C o d e ] + [4 ][1 ] + [# ]
√
√
√
C o m m u n ica tio n te st
[C o d e ] + [4 ][2 ] + [# ]
√
√
√
W a lk te st
[C o d e ] + [4 ][3 ] + [# ]
√
√
√
C h a n g e /V ie w d a te /tim e
[C o d e ] + [5 ][1 ] + [# ]
D a ylig h t S a vin g T im e (+ 1 h )
[C o d e ] + [5 ][2 ] + [# ]
√
√
√
√
D a ylig h t S a vin g T im e (-1 h )
[C o d e ] + [5 ][3 ] + [# ]
√
√
√
A d d / D e le te / C h a n g e U se r
[C o d e ] + [5 ][4 ] + [# ]
√
√
C h a n g e In d ivid u a l C o d e
[C o d e ] + [5 ][5 ] + [# ]
C h a n g e D o m e stic P h o n e N o .1
[C o d e ] + [5 ][6 ][# ] + [ _ _ _ _ _ _ ][# ] (L E D K P )
√
C h a n g e D o m e stic P h o n e N o .2
[C o d e ] + [5 ][6 ][# ][# ] + [ _ _ _ _ _ _ ][# ] (L E D K P )
√
C h a n g e D o m e stic P h o n e N o .3
[C o d e ] + [5 ][6 ][# ][# ][# ] + [ _ _ _ _ _ _ ][# ] (L E D K P )
√
C h a n g e D o m e stic P h o n e N o .4
[C o d e ] + [5 ][6 ][# ][# ][# ][# ] + [ _ _ _ _ _ _ ][# ] (L E D K P )
√
C h a n g e D o m e stic P h o n e N o .1 -4
[C o d e ] + [5 ][6 ][# ] + [_ ] + [# ] + [ _ _ _ _ _ _ ][# ] (T e xt K P )
√
C a ll B a ck
[C o d e ] + [5 ][7 ] + [# ]
√
Change Language
[C o d e ] + [5 ][8 ] + [# ] + [ _ ] [_ ] + [# ]
01=EN 02=DE 03=ES 04=FR
0 5 = IT 0 6 = P L 0 7 = N L 0 8 = S E
√
√
√
R e se t ta m p e r o r fa u lt
[C o d e ] + [6 ] + [# ]
√
√
√
Installer Access
[Code] + [7][1] + [#] (Enable)
[Code] + [7][2] + [#] (Disable)
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
S yste m re se t
[C o d e ] + [9 ][9 ][8 ][9 ] + [# ]
In sta lle r p ro g ra m m o d e
[C o d e ] + [9 ][5 ][8 ] + [# ]
√
√
√
E xits P ro g r. m o d e w ith o u t sa ve
[9 ][5 ][9 ] + [# ]
(only in A dres s P rogr. M ode)
√
E xits P ro g r. m o d e w ith sa ve
[9 ][6 ][0 ] + [# ]
(only in A dres s P rogr. M ode)
√
S e t F a cto ry D e fa u lts
[9 ][6 ][1 ] + [# ]
(only in A dres s P rogr. M ode)
√
C o p y co n tro l p a n e l d a ta to p ro g r. K e y
[9 ][6 ][2 ] + [# ]
(only in A dres s P rogr. M ode)
√
C o p y p ro g r. ke y d a ta to co n tro l p a n e l.
[9 ][6 ][3 ] + [# ]
(only in A dres s P rogr. M ode)
√
D isp la y F W ve rsio n
[9 ][9 ][9 ] + [# ]
(only in A dres s P rogr. M ode)
√
√
Figure 8.1: User Code Commands
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8.4
Reset to Factory Default Settings
The factory Default can be reset with the ‘Resetting to Factory Default’ pads on the main
board of the control panel.
1.
Disconnect the AC power supply and backup battery to the control panel.
2.
Short-circuit the ‘Resetting to Factory Default’ pads.
3.
These set of pads are located at the top on the printed circuit board of the control panel.
4.
Powering up is done when the bonding pads are short-circuited.
5.
Quick flash of the red LED indicator on the printed circuit board of the control panel
indicates that the factory Default will be reset.
6.
All programming parameters are reset to factory default immediately after releasing the
short-circuited bonding pads.
Notice!
If the DEFAULT pads are short-circuited for over 10 seconds after power-up, the control panel
will discard resetting to factory Default.
8.5
8.5.1
Programming with Keypad
LCD Keypad Menu Programming
1.
Enable Text keypad and confirm that the system is in disarmed status.
2.
Enter Installer Code + [958] and press [#] to get to [Installer Menu].
3.
Programming: Select the menu and operate according to the menu prompt.
–
Down to the next menu: Press [▼]
–
Up to the previous menu: Press [▲]
–
Enter menu or confirm input: Press [#]
–
Back to the menu or delete a single input: Press [-]; or press and hold [-] for 3
seconds to end the input state and get back to the menu.
–
Operate according to the menu prompt. Select menu and enter data for specific
programming items according to the display on the keypad to complete
programming, step by step.
–
The data value ranges in the menu programming and address programming are the
same. For specific options and value ranges, see contents in LCD Keypad Menu
Programming.
4.
After completing input, press [-] to get back to the previous menu. Complete all
programming input by repeating step 3 and press [-] to get back to the current main
menu level by level.
5.
Press [-] to enter menu options. It is optional to save or not to save the programming
information.
6.
Select [Save and Exit] and press [#] to save system programming data, exit menu
programming and reset system.
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INSTALLER MENU
COM+REPORT SETTING
RECEIVER SETTING
REPORT SETTING
TEST REPORT DURAT.
DUAL IP
REMOTE ACCESS
RPC IP/PORT/DHCP
DOMESTIC/CALLBACK
RING TIMES
CODE SETTING
USER CODE
INSTALLER CODE
CODE LENGTH
CODE PERMISSIONS
ZONE SETTING
ZONE FUNCTION
ADD/DELETE ZONE
PULSE COUNT DURAT.
CROSS TIMER
KP/AREA SETTING
KEYPAD AREA
AREA TIMING
COMMON AREA
KP TONE/LOCKOUT
SYSTEM SETTING
FUNCTION SETTING
DATE/TIME
FAULT CONFIG
QUICK ARM ONLY */#
INSTALLER ACCESS
FORCE ARM FAULT/TA
EVENT RECORD COUNT
LANGUAGE VERSION
KP 2 BUTTON ALARM
SYS TAMPER INDIC.
FACTORY DEFAULT
FUNCTION VIEW
FAULT ANALYSIS
FW VERSION
OUTPUT SETTING
OUTPUT SETTINGS
SIREN SETTINGS
RF SETTING
RF PARA. SETTING
RF RECEIVER
RF SUPERVISION
RF JAM DETECT LEV.
RF LOW BATT REPEAT
SIREN BEEP AR/DIS
RF KEYFOB PANIC AL
RF DEVICE MANAGER
RF REPEATER
RF USER
RF SENSOR DIAGNOSE
RF REPEATER DIAGN.
CLR ALL RF DEVICES
ADDRESS/KEY PROGR
ADDRESS PROGRAM
COPY DATA TO PANEL
COPY DATA TO KEY
Figure 8.2: Menu Structure
Warning!
!
Programming parameters must be set within the value range in the programming address.
Otherwise, the system will turn to indeterminate status.
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COM+REPORT SETTING
RECEIVER SETTING
INPUT RECEIVER No
PHONE/IP PORT No
SUBSCRIBER ID No
FORMAT
NETWORK ANTIREPLAY
ACK WAIT TIME: sec
NETW. POLLING: min
REPORT SETTING
ZN RESTORE REPORT
AWAY REPORT
STAY REPORT
SYSTEM STAT REPORT
PANIC REPORT
FIRE REPORT
MEDICAL REPORT
AUTOM. TEST REPORT
REPORT EXP. TIME:m
TEST REPORT DURAT.
TEST RPT INTERV: h
TEST REPORT: hour
AUTOM. TEST REPORT
DUAL IP
DUAL IP SETTING
REMOTE ACCESS
REM. ACCESS ARMED
REMOTE PROGRAMMING
RPC IP/PORT/DHCP
IP ADDRESS
PORT No
DHCP UPDATE TIME:h
DOMESTIC/CALLBACK
CALLBACK SETTING
DOMEST/CALLBACK No
RING TIMES
RING COUNT
Figure 8.3: Com+Report
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CODE SETTING
USER CODE
INPUT USER No
USER CODE PRIORITY
USER CODE IN AREA
CHANGE USER CODE
INSTALLER CODE
CHANGE INST. CODE
CODE LENGTH
CODE LENGTH
CODE PERMISSIONS
TAMPER RESET USER
ARM/DISARM INSTAL.
Figure 8.4: Code Setting
ZONE SETTING
ZONE FUNCTION
ZONE FUNCTION No
ZONE TYPE
FORCE ARM/BYPASS
SILENT AL./CHIME
ZONE PULSE COUNT
ZONE LOCKOUT
ZONE TAMPER
ZONE STATUS REPORT
UNVERF.REP/CROS.ZN
ZONE DOMESTIC
ADD/DELETE ZONE
INPUT ZONE No
ZONE MODULE SEL.
ZONE FUNCTION
ZONE IN AREA
PULSE COUNT DURAT.
PULSE COUNT DURAT.
CROSS TIMER
CROSS ZN TIMER:sec
Figure 8.5: Zone Setting
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KP/AREA SETTING
KEYPAD AREA
INPUT KEYPAD No
KEYPAD IN AREA
AREA TIMING
INPUT AREA No
EXIT DELAY: sec
ENTRY DELAY: sec
COMMON AREA
COMMON AREA
KP TONE/LOCKOUT
KEYPAD ALARM TONE
KEYPAD LOCK COUNT
Figure 8.6: KP Area Setting
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SYSTEM SETTING
FUNCTION SETTING
DATE/TIME
CHANGE DATE/TIME
FAULT CONFIG
KEYPAD FAULT SOUND
AC FAULT REP. TIME
DISABLE FAULT REPO
BATT. CHK INTERVAL
PHO. LN SUPERVISED
SIREN SUPERVISED
QUICK ARM ONLY */#
QUICK ARM ONLY */#
INSTALLER ACCESS
INSTALLER ACCESS
FORCE ARM FAULT/TA
FORCE ARM FAULT/TA
EVENT RECORD COUNT
EVENT RECORD COUNT
LANGUAGE VERSION
* 1-EN 6-PL
* 2-DE 4-FR 5-IT 7NL
* 1-EN 3-ES 6-PL 8SE
*
only one is
displayed (P1-3)
KP 2 BUTTON ALARM
KP 2 BUTTON AL
SYS TAMPER INDIC.
SYS TAMP. ALL AR.
FACTORY DEFAULT
DEFAULT PANEL YES
DEFAULT PANEL NO
FUNCTION VIEW
FAULT ANALYSIS
FW VERSION
Figure 8.7: System Setting
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OUTPUT SETTING
OUTPUT SETTINGS
ENTER OUTPUT No
OUTPUT EVENT TYPE
OUTPUT AREA / ZONE
OUTPUT MODE
OUTPUT TIME: sec
SIREN SETTINGS
SIREN TIME: min
SIREN BEEP ENABLE
IN SIREN IND. EN
SIREN OFF ON KEY
Figure 8.8: Output setting
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RF SETTING
RF PARA. SETTING
RF RECEIVER
RF RECEIVER ENABLE
RF SUPERVISION
RF DEVICE SUPERV:
RF JAM DETECT LEV.
SIGNAL JAM DETECT:
RF LOW BATT REPEAT
LOW BATT. REPEAT:
SIREN BEEP AR/DIS
REMOTE ARM PROMPT:
RF KEYFOB PANIC AL
RF DEVICE MANAGER
RF REPEATER
REPEATER No: 1-8
REPEATERID: MANUAL
RF USER
KEYFOB No: 1-128
KEYFOB ID: MANUAL
RF SENSOR DIAGNOSE
RF ZONE No:
SIGNAL STRENGTH:
DEVICE STATE:
RF REPEATER DIAGN.
REPEATER No: 1-8
SIGNAL STRENGTH:
DEVICE STATE:
CLR ALL RF DEVICES
CLEAR CONFIRM
CLEAR CANCEL
Figure 8.9: RF Setting
ADDRESS/KEY PROGR
ADDRESS PROGRAM
ADDR[
]VALUE=
COPY DATA TO PANEL
COPY DATA TO KEY
Figure 8.10: Address Key Progr
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8.5.2
LED/LCD Keypad Programming
1.
Enable LED keypad or Icon LCD keypad and make sure that the system is in disarmed
status.
2.
Enter programming mode: Enter the Installer Code (the default is 1234) + [958] and
press [#].
3.
Programming: Move to the required address and enter the value for each data bit (data
value).
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After entering programming mode, the system directly enters the programming data
in the address 0000 (Receiver 1 telephone number or the initial digit of the IP
address), then
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Enter the next address: Press [#]
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Back to the previous address: Press [*]
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Skip to other address: Enter the address code and press [#]
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Set new data in the address: Enter new data values and press [*]
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Enter new data values as required. Otherwise, the factory Default will be used in the
system.
4.
Exit programming mode: Enter Command [9] [6] [0] and press [#] to save programming
data. Entering [9] [5] [9] + [#] means not to save the programming data.
For LED/Icon LCD keypad, the programming data is displayed by the keypad indicator. See
Programming Data Indicators.
Notice!
For LED/Icon LCD keypad, when the programming data exceeds the display range of the
keypad indicator, there will be no display on the keypad.
Programming Data Indicators
Data
Value
Zone Indicators
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Mains
0
1
X
2
X
3
X
4
X
5
X
6
X
7
X
8
9
X
X
X
10
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PC Programming
By means of Remote Programming Software (RPS) installed on a remote PC (RPC), the
Control Panel Configuration can be remotely programmed or controlled, including sending/
receiving programming data, arming/disarming each area, enabling/disabling the alarm siren of
each area, enabling/disabling each remote output, etc.
RPS, i.e., Remote Programming Software, includes Bosch A-Link Plus software and the thirdparty software of integrated with Bosch SDK.
This software allows you to simply program and control the Control Panel Configuration of the
customer in the office and provide more efficient service for the customer.
The connection from the remote PC to the Control Panel Configuration can be established
through either USB line, telephone or IP network.
Prerequisites for all following ways of connections:
Select index sheet “Control Panel Configuration”. Refer to figure , page 92
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Make sure that Control Panel Type is “AMAX4000”.
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Make sure that the value for Subscriber Number of Destination 1 is the same as currently
programmed in AMAX panel 4000. The value is 000000, when firmware of AMAX panel
4000 was upgraded or AMAX panel 4000 has factory settings.
Select item “System Options” in the same index sheet. Refer to figure , page 93
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Make sure that the value for parameter “Installer code” is the same as currently
programmed in AMAX panel 4000. The value is 1234, when firmware of AMAX panel 4000
was upgraded or AMAX panel 4000 has factory settings.
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Figure 8.11: Control panel configuration- Destination
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Figure 8.12: Control panel configuration - System options
8.6.1
Direct Connection
The direct connection function allows establishing a connection from the remote PC to AMAX
panel 4000 via USB to perform remote programming and control.
The remote PC should have installed remote programming software like A-Link Plus. Customer
should install "USB driver" first. This installation will create an additional COM device on the
PC. When finished installation, identify the COM-Port associated to this device.
Start A-Link Plus application and login with customer: admin pw: ADMIN. Select Menu item
File – Communication Settings.
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Figure 8.13: A-Link Plus
Modify the parameter “Direct Link Port”: Select identified COM Port.
Figure 8.14: Direct link port
Open customer account AMAX panel 4000. Select index sheet “Link”. Select communication
model “Direct Connect”.
Click on Button “Connect” in order to connect to AMAX panel 4000.
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Figure 8.15: Link-Direct Connect
When connected to AMAX panel 4000, Button label changes to “Disconnect”.
8.6.2
Modem Connection
Telephone Remote Connection
The telephone remote connection function allows establishing a connection from the remote
PC to the alarm control panel through telephone network to perform remote programming and
control.
The telephone remote connection is divided into automatic connection and manual connection
with callback confirmation. The process of automatic connection is slower.
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1.
Number of rings (address 0144), callback telephone number (address 0146 - 0161) and
telephone remote connection enabled (address 0145) are set on the alarm control panel.
2.
Run RPS on the remote PC and set relevant parameters in relevant operating interfaces.
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a. Go to “File” and click “Communication Settings” to set parameters related to modem
in the communication Settings tab page, then click “Save”.
Figure 8.16: Communication Settings
Notice!
Modem string settings in figure x.1 are only used, when the default modem string is not used.
If the default modem string should be used, activate parameter “Using the default modem
string” in register “Link” of Customer Information (see figure x.2). In this case the values in
figure x.1 are ignored.
Instead the following string is used: AT&CI&D2X0&Q0S7=255S9=0+MS=B103B17
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b. Click “New Customer” in “Customer” to create customer. Enter relevant customer
information in the “Customer Information” tab page. The “Customer Number” must be
entered. Enter the telephone number connected to the alarm control panel in “Alarm
Control Panel Telephone Number”. The alarm control panel telephone number does not
need to be set for manual connection.
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Figure 8.17: Customer Information
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c. Select the latest version for the alarm control panel type of AMAX4000- in the alarm
control panel setting tab page.
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Figure 8.18: Control Panel Configuration
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d. Select “Communication and Report” in the “Control Panel Configuration” tab page. Set
the SUBSCRIBER NUMBER of receiver 1. The SUBSCRIBER NUMBER must be in
consistence with the SUBSCRIBER NUMBER of receiver 1 of the alarm control panel.
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e. Select “System Options” in the “Control Panel Configuration” tab page. Set installer
code. The “Installer Code” and its digits must be in consistence with the installer code
and its digits of the current alarm control panel.
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f. Click “Save”.
1.
Connect
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Automatic dialing connection: Select “Modem Connection” in the “Connection” tab page
and click “Connect”.
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Or manual dialing connection: Select “Modem Connection” in the “Connection” tab page
and click “Waiting for Callback”, then initiate callback call from the alarm control panel
with keypad: Enter SUBSCRIBER NUMBER, press [5] [7] and then [#].
Figure 8.19: Modem Connect
Notice!
Modem string settings in figure x.1 are only used, when the default modem string is not used.
If the default modem string should be used, activate parameter “Using the default modem
string” in register “Link” of Customer Information (see figure x.2). In this case the values in
figure x.1 are ignored.
Instead the following string is used: AT&CI&D2X0&Q0S7=255S9=0+MS=B103B17
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After successfully connected, RPS can execute multiple operations, including reading/writing
control panel parameters, remote arming/disarming, viewing log, etc. After the telephone is
successfully connected, RPS will disconnect it with the alarm control panel after 5 minutes of
idling.
8.6.3
IP Connection
IP Remote Connection
The IP remote connection function allows to establish a connection from the remote PC to the
alarm control panel through LAN or WAN to perform remote programming and control. The
remote monitoring center should be installed remote programming software like A-Link Plus
and perform related IP address programming in order to apply this function in LAN (support
DHCP) and WAN.
The IP remote connection is divided into automatic connection and manual connection with
callback confirmation.
For more information about IP programming, see IP Address, page 44
1.
Set receiver 1 SUBSCRIBER NUMBER (addresses 0017 - 0022), network remote settings
programming option (addresses 0162 - 0179), i.e., enter IP address and port number of
RPS, DHCP update time on the alarm control panel.
2.
Run RPS on the remote PC and set relevant parameters in relevant operating interfaces
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a. Go to “File” and click “Communication Settings” to select “local IP address” in the
“Communication Settings” tab page. If there are multiple IP addressed in the pull-down
menu, be sure to select the latest local IP address and enter the local port, i.e., the RPC
port number of programming option 0174 – 0178, then click “Save”.
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Figure 8.20: Communication Setting
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b. Click “New Customer” in “Customer” to create customer. Enter relevant customer
information in the “Customer Information” tab page. The “Customer Number” must be
entered. The IP address and port number of the alarm control panel are the IP address
and port number of the communication module 1 installed in the alarm control panel, and
will be used when the alarm control panel uses fixed IP and port number. If the fixed IP
address and port number are not known, after the UDP data packet transmitted by the
alarm control panel is received and the SUBSCRIBER NUMBER of receiver 1 has been set
in the “Control Panel Configuration” tab page, please directly click the connection in the
“connection” tab page. The prompt information will recommend the SUBSCRIBER
NUMBER the alarm control panel received the last time and its IP address and port
number.
Under DHCP environment, it is not necessary to set “Alarm Control Panel IP Address” and
“Alarm Control Panel Port Number”.
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Figure 8.21: Customer Information
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c. Select the latest version for the alarm control panel type of AMAX4000 in the alarm
control panel setting tab page.
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Figure 8.22: Control Panel Type
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d. Select “Communication and Report” in the “Control Panel Configuration” tab page. Set
the SUBSCRIBER NUMBER of receiver 1. The SUBSCRIBER NUMBER must be in
consistence with the SUBSCRIBER NUMBER of receiver 1 of the alarm control panel.
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e. Select “System Options” in the “Control Panel Configuration” tab page. Set installer
code. The “Installer Code” and its digits must be in consistence with the installer code
and its digits of the current alarm control panel.
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f. Click “Save”.
1.
Connect
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Automatic IP connection: Select “Network Connection” and click “Connect” in the
“Connection” tab page.
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Or manual IP connection: Select “Network Connection” and click “Waiting for Callback” in
the “Connection” tab page. Then initiate IP connection from the alarm control panel with
keypad: Enter SUBSCRIBER NUMBER, press [5] [7] and then [#].
Figure 8.23: Network Connect
After successfully connected, RPS can execute multiple operations, including reading/writing
control panel parameters, remote arming/disarming, viewing log, etc.
After IP successfully connected, RPS will disconnect it with the alarm control panel after 5
minutes of idling if you select “Auto disconnect when idle connection exceeds 5 minutes”
option.
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Programming with the ICP-EZPK Programming Key
8.7
The ICP-EZPK Programming Key allows you to save or copy programming information from
your control panel. After saving information in the programming key, you can easily program
other AMAX panel 4000 / AMAX panel 4000 EN with the same programming data. You can also
use the programming key to back up existing information.
If you have a new programming key, enter installer’s programming mode, program the system
as required, and connect the programming key to the control panel.
To connect the programming key:
Locate the socket labelled PROGRAMMING KEY at the top of the printed circuit board (PCB).
Observe the triangular markings on the PCB and align them with the markings on the
programming key.
For example: to copy data from the control panel to the programming key:
1. Enter the installer code (the default is 1234) + (958) and press [#] to enter into installer’s
programming mode.
2.
Enter [9 6 2 #]. Refer to Section 6.23 Command 962 – Copy the control panel memory to
the programming key, page 46.
3.
Enter [9 6 0 #] to exit from installer’s programming mode.
4.
The system resets and returns to the disarmed state. And the programming key becomes
your standard data pattern for future control panel programming.
Caution!
If you do not enter installer’s programming mode first, which connects the blank ICP-EZPK
!
Programming Key (blue) to the control panel, no data can be uploaded /downloaded.
An unknown error may be caused if the installer’s programming mode is not exited before
removing the programming key.
Programming Key
With the programming key, the programming parameters of the current alarm control panel to
other systems with the same applications.
Copying Parameters of the Alarm Control Panel to Key
Copy the programming data in the memory of the alarm control panel into the programming
key with the keypad.
1.
Connect the programming key to the plug marked as "PROGRAMMING KEY" on the top of
the printed circuit board (PCB) of the alarm control panel. Please note that the direction
of the programming key should be consistent with the direction marked on the PCB.
2.
Select text keypad installation menu [ADDRESS/KEY PROGR – COPY DATA TO KEY] and
Press [#]. After successfully copying the programming data of the alarm control panel to
the programming key, the confirmation tone will be sounded. Wrong prompt tone and
display of [Failure of Control Panel Parameters to Key] indicate damage of programming
key data. The data need to be copied into the programming key again.
3.
Unplug the programming key from the alarm control panel.
4.
LED/Icon LCD keypad can also be used to copy alarm control panel parameters to key
parameters. See Command 962.
Copying Key Parameters to the Alarm Control Panel
Copy the programming data of the programming key into the alarm center.
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1.
Connect the programming key to the plug marked as "PROGRAMMING KEY" on the top of
the printed circuit board (PCB) of the alarm control panel. Please note that the direction
of the programming key should be consistent with the direction marked on the PCB.
2.
Select text keypad installation menu [ADDRESS/KEY PROGR – COPY DATA TO PANEL]
and Press [#]. After successfully copying the programming data in programming key to
the alarm control panel, the confirmation tone will be sounded. Wrong prompt tone and
display of [Failure of Key Parameters to Control Panel] indicate damage of programming
key data. The data need to be copied into the alarm control panel again.
3.
Unplug the programming key from the alarm control panel.
LED/Icon LCD keypad can also be used to copy key parameters to the alarm control panel. For
more information refer to Command 963 .
8.8
Firmware Upgrade with the ICP-EZRU2 Upgrade Key
Use Firmware Upgrade Key (green) to upgrade Firmware of alarm control panel.
Procedure:
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Power OFF alarm control panel. Also remove battery. Unplug USB cable, if plugged.
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Locate the socket labeled PROGRAMMING KEY at the top of the printed circuit board
(PCB). Observe the triangular markings on the PCB and align them with the markings on
the upgrade key.
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Power ON alarm control panel. Observe LED of upgrade key lights steady during upgrade
is sent to alarm control panel. This takes about one minute. When upgrade is terminated,
LED is blinking.
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Programming
The control panel programming options are stored in a non-volatile flash memory. This
memory has all relevant configuration and user-specific data even after a total power loss.
Because the data retention time is quite long without power, reprogramming is not required
after powering up the control panel.
Programming with keypad is possible only when all of zones in the system are in disarmed
status and no alarm is activated. Installer Code is required for programming.
Notice!
It is not recommended to use other keypads or methods simultaneously to program the
system while programming with the current keypad.
9.1
Communication and Reports Setting
Report Options
Address
Default
Telephone Number / IP Address and Port for Receiver 1
0000 - 0016
15
Subscriber ID Number
0017 - 0022
000000
Transmission Format for Receiver (0 = Not used, 1 =
0023
1
Anti-replay for Receiver (0 = Disabled, 1 = Enabled)
0024
1
Acknowledge Wait Time for Receiver (05 - 99 seconds )
0025 - 0026
05
Network Polling Time for Receiver (001 - 999 minutes )
0027 - 0029
001
Telephone Number / IP Address and Port for Receiver 2
0030 - 0046
15
Subscriber ID Number
0047 - 0052
000000
Transmission Format for Receiver (0 = Not used, 1 =
0053
1
Anti-replay for Receiver (0 = Disabled, 1 = Enabled)
0054
1
Acknowledge Wait Time for Receiver (05 - 99 seconds )
0055 - 0056
05
Network Polling Time for Receive (001 - 999 minutes)
0057 - 0059
001
Telephone Number / IP Address and Port for Receiver 3
0060 - 0076
15
Subscriber ID Number
0077 - 0082
000000
Transmission Format for Receiver (0 = Not used, 1 =
0083
1
Anti-replay for Receiver (0 = Disabled, 1 = Enabled)
0084
1
Acknowledge Wait Time for Receiver (05 - 99 seconds)
0085 - 086
05
Network Polling Time for Receiver (001 - 999 minutes)
0087 - 089
001
Telephone Number / IP Address and Port for Receiver 4
0090 - 0106
15
Subscriber ID Number
0107 - 0112
000000
Contact ID, 2= SIA, 3 = Conettix IP)
EN=1
Contact ID, 2= SIA, 3 = Conettix IP)
EN=1
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0113
1
Anti-replay for Receiver (0 = Disabled, 1 = Enabled)
0114
1
Acknowledge Wait Time for Receiver (05 - 99 seconds)
0115 - 0116
05
Network Polling Time for Receiver (001 - 999 minutes)
0117 - 0119
001
Contact ID, 2= SIA, 3 = Conettix IP)
EN=1
Notice!
Enter telephone number when the Contact ID or SIA is selected; enter IP address and port
number when the Conettix IP is selected. Anti-replay for Receiver, Acknowledge Wait Time for
Receiver and Network Polling Time for Receiver are valid only when using Conettix IP.
Consequences
Setting Telephone Number
For telephone number programming, See Telephone Programming Parameters
Setting IP Address and Port Number
The IP address is programmed with the 17 digits: Digits 1 - 12 for the IP address of the
receiver; 13 - 17 for the port.
It is not necessary to enter dots in programming, but 0 must be entered ahead of the digit to
make up 3 digits when each IP address unit is fewer than 3 digits. 0 must be entered ahead of
the digit to make up 5 digits when the port is fewer than 5 digits.
Example:
Receiver IP address 128.73.168.7, port 7700, should be made as: 128 073 168 007 07700
Dual IP Settings
Option
Address
Default
0 = 1 IP module, 1 = 2 IP modules
0120
1
Notice!
Dual IP Settings are valid only when used in the Conettix IP format. This programming option
is valid for B426 and ITS-DX4020-G modules. ITS-DX4020-G cannot be set as No. 2 IP module.
Module
Address
ITS-DX4020-G module or B426- module 1
134
B426 module 2
250
System Reporting
Option
Address
Default
Zone Status Restore Report
0121
6
AWAY Arming / Disarming Report
0122
6 EN=1/5/6/7
STAY Arming / Disarming Report
0123
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0124
6
Keypad Panic Alarm Report
0125
0
Keypad Fire Alarm Report
0126
0
Keypad Medical Alarm Report
0127
0
Automatic Test Report
0128
6
109
EN=1/5/6/7
line fail, AC fail, low batterie...etc.)
EN=1/5/6/7
0 = No report, 1 = Receiver 1, 2 = Receiver 2, 3 = Receiver 3, 4 = Receiver 4, 5 = Receiver
1,2,3 and 4, 6 = Receiver 1 (2,3 and 4 for backup), 7 = Receiver 1 (2 for backup) and receiver
3 (4 for backup)
Notice!
When the Transmission Format for Receiver in the receiver programming is set to 0 (not
used), i.e., setting the report option as sending report to a receiver, then the alarm control
panel will actually not send any report.
Automatic Test Report
Address 0129 - 0134
Address
Default
Test Report Time: Interval
0129 - 0130
24 VDS-A
00 = Do not use timing report , 01 - 99 = 1 - 99 hours
Report Time: Hour
EN=1-24
0131 - 0132
99
0133 - 0134
99
Address 0135 - 0137
Address
Default
000 = No time limit, 001 - 255 = 1 - 255 minutes
0135 - 0137
000 VDS-A
00 - 23 = 0 - 23 hours, Others = Do not use real-time
report
Report Time: Minute
00 - 59 = 0 - 59 minutes, Others = Do not use real-time
report
Report Expiry Time
EN=000
Installer Access Until Next Arming
Address 0138
Address
Default
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
0138
0
Address 0139
Address
Default
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
139
1
VDS-A=1
Force Arm When System Is In Trouble Condition
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Address 0140
Address
Default
0 = disabled, 1 = PO1 enabled, 2 = PO2 enabled, 3 =
0140
0
Address 0141
Address
Default
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
0141
0
Address 0142
Address
Default
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
0142
0 VDS-A
Address 0143
Address
Default
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
0143
1
Address 0144
Address
Default
1 - 13 = Number of rings until the control panel responds
0144
14
Address 0145
Address
Default
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
0145
1 VDS-A=0
Address 0146 - 0161
Address
Default
See Telephone Programming Parameters
0146 - 0161
15
VDS-A EN=3
PO1+2 enabled
Keypad 2 Button Alarm
Phone Line Monitor
EN=1
Beep For Warning Devices
Ring Count
14 = 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.
15 = Call the control panel and allow the phone to ring no
more than four times and then hang up. If you call again
within 45 sec, the control panel answers the call on the
first ring.
0 = Panel does not answer
Remote Programming
Callback Telephone Number
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Remote PC Setting
Address 0162 - 0179
Address
Default
RPC IP No
0162 - 0173
15
RPC Port Number
0174 - 0178
15
Control Panel DHCP Update Time (hours)
0179
15
RPC is the remote programming computer equipped with remote programming software.
Remote Access To Panel When Panel Is Armed
Address 0180
Address
Default
0 = Disable, 1 = Enable ; Default 1
0180
1
Address 0181
Address
Default
0 = Default, 1 = EN, 2 = DE, 3 = ES, 4 = FR, 5 = IT, 6 = PL,
0181
0
Address 0182
Address
Default
0 = Disable, 1 = Enable
0182
1
Address 0183
Address
Default
0 = Disable, 1 = Enable
0183
0
Address 0184
Address
Default
0 = Disable, 1 = Enable
0184
1
Keypad Language
7 = NL, 8 = SE
Tamper Reset For User
Arm / Disarm For Installer
Zone Tamper Bypass when DEOL Zone is Bypassed
0=Incert
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This function is only accessible in address programming
Call Back Setting
Address 0196
Address
Default
0 = Disable, 1 = Enable
0196
0
Address 0197
Address
Default
0 = Disable, 1 = Enable
0197
1
Silence Warning Device When Disarmed
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Zone Pulse Count Duration
Address 0198 - 0200
Address
Default
0 = Disable, 1-999sec = Duration
0198
060
VDS-A
EN=000
Event Record Count per Set/Unset Period
Address 0201
Address
Default
3 - 10
0201
10
Address 0202
Address
Default
0 = Area 1, 1 = All Areas
0202
0
Address 0203
Address
Default
0=Disable, 1=enabled
0203
0
Address 0204
Address
Default
0 = Disabled , 1-15 minutes
0204
15VDS-A
EN=10
System Tamper Indication In Area
Internal Siren Beep As Indication
Battery Check Interval
EN=15
Cross Zone Timer
Address 0205 - 0207
Address
Default
001 - 999 sec
0205 - 0207
060
Address 0208 - 0209
Address
Default
99 = Disabled, 00 - 98 minutes
0208 - 0209
AC Power Supply Fault Report Delay
60 VDS-A
EN=00-60
Domestic Telephone Number
Address 1618 - 1682
Address
Default
Domestic Telephone Number 1
1618 - 1633
15
Domestic Telephone Number 2
1634 - 1649
15
Domestic Telephone Number 3
1650 - 1665
15
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Domestic Telephone Number 4
1666 - 1681
113
15
See Telephone Programming Parameters
If the default 15 is set to the initial digit of the telephone number, domestic telephone alarm
function is disabled; If set to other positions, it marks the end of the telephone number.
Telephone Programming Parameters
Telephone Number
Programming Input
Telephone Number
Programming Input
Required
Key
Required
Key
0
0
7
7
1
1
8
8
2
2
9
9
3
3
*
11
4
4
#
12
5
5
4 seconds pause
13
6
6
15
15
Table 9.1: Telephone Programming Parameters
9.2
Zone Programming
Zone Functions
The system supports up to 64 zones. Each zone can select one of 16 zone functions as well as
Areas and modules.
Address 0210 - 0361
Zone Function # 00
Address
Default
Zone Type
0210 - 0211
00
Force Arm / Zone Bypass
0212
3
VDS-A EN=0/2
Silent Alarm / Chime Mode
0213
0
VDS-A EN=0/2
Zone Pulse Count
0214
0
VDS-A EN=0
Zone Lockout
0215
3
Zone Tamper (DEOL)
0216
1
Zone Status Report
0217
6
VDS-A EN=1/5/6/7
Unverified Alarm Report / Cross Zone
0218
0
VDS-A EN=0
Domestic No.
0219
0
Zone Function # 01
Address
Default
Zone Type
0220 - 0221
01
Force Arm / Zone Bypass
0222
3
VDS-A EN=0/2
Silent Alarm / Chime Mode
0223
0
VDS-A EN=0/2
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Zone Pulse Count
0224
0
Zone Lockout
0225
3
Zone Tamper (DEOL)
0226
1
Zone Status Report
0227
6
VDS-A EN=1/5/6/7
Unverified Alarm Report / Cross Zone
0228
0
VDS-A EN=0
Domestic No.
0229
0
Zone Function # 02
Address
Default
Zone Type
0230 - 0231
02
Force Arm / Zone Bypass
0232
3
VDS-A EN=0/2
Silent Alarm / Chime Mode
0233
0
VDS-A EN=0/2
Zone Pulse Count
0234
0
VDS-A EN=0
Zone Lockout
0235
3
Zone Tamper (DEOL)
0236
1
Zone Status Report
0237
6
VDS-A EN=1/5/6/7
Unverified Alarm Report / Cross Zone
0238
0
VDS-A EN=0
Domestic No.
0239
0
Zone Function # 03
Address
Default
Zone Type
0240 - 0241
03
Force Arm / Zone Bypass
0242
3
VDS-A EN=0/2
Silent Alarm / Chime Mode
0243
0
VDS-A EN=0/2
Zone Pulse Count
0244
0
VDS-A EN=0
Zone Lockout
0245
3
Zone Tamper (DEOL)
0246
1
Zone Status Report
0247
6
VDS-A EN=1/5/6/7
Unverified Alarm Report / Cross Zone
0248
0
VDS-A EN=0
Domestic No.
0249
0
Zone Function # 04
Address
Default
Zone Type
0250 - 0251
04
Force Arm / Zone Bypass
0252
3
VDS-A EN=0/2
Silent Alarm / Chime Mode
0253
0
VDS-A EN=0/2
Zone Pulse Count
0254
0
VDS-A EN=0
Zone Lockout
0255
3
Zone Tamper (DEOL)
0256
1
Zone Status Report
0257
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Unverified Alarm Report / Cross Zone
0258
0
Domestic No.
0259
0
Zone Function # 05
Address
Default
Zone Type
0260 - 0261
05
Force Arm / Zone Bypass
0262
3
VDS-A EN=0/2
Silent Alarm / Chime Mode
0263
0
VDS-A EN=0/2
Zone Pulse Count
0264
0
VDS-A EN=0
Zone Lockout
0265
3
Zone Tamper (DEOL)
0266
1
Zone Status Report
0267
6
VDS-A EN=1/5/6/7
Unverified Alarm Report / Cross Zone
0268
0
VDS-A EN=0
Domestic No.
0269
0
Zone Function # 06
Address
Default
Zone Type
0270 - 0271
06
Force Arm / Zone Bypass
0272
3
VDS-A EN=0/2
Silent Alarm / Chime Mode
0273
0
VDS-A EN=0/2
Zone Pulse Count
0274
0
VDS-A EN=0
Zone Lockout
0275
3
Zone Tamper (DEOL)
0276
1
Zone Status Report
0277
6
VDS-A EN=1/5/6/7
Unverified Alarm Report / Cross Zone
0278
0
VDS-A EN=0
Domestic No.
0279
0
Zone Function # 07
Address
Default
Zone Type
0280 - 0281
07
Force Arm / Zone Bypass
0282
3
VDS-A EN=0/2
Silent Alarm / Chime Mode
0283
0
VDS-A EN=0/2
Zone Pulse Count
0284
0
VDS-A EN=0
Zone Lockout
0285
3
Zone Tamper (DEOL)
0286
1
Zone Status Report
0287
6
VDS-A EN=1/5/6/7
Unverified Alarm Report / Cross Zone
0288
0
VDS-A EN=0
Domestic No.
0289
0
Zone Function # 08
Address
Default
Zone Type
0290 - 0291
08
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0292
3
VDS-A EN=0/2
Silent Alarm / Chime Mode
0293
0
VDS-A EN=0/2
Zone Pulse Count
0294
0
VDS-A EN=0
Zone Lockout
0295
3
Zone Tamper (DEOL)
0296
1
Zone Status Report
0297
6
VDS-A EN=1/5/6/7
Unverified Alarm Report / Cross Zone
0298
0
VDS-A EN=0
Domestic No.
0299
0
Zone Function # 09
Address
Default
Zone Type
0300 - 0301
09
Force Arm / Zone Bypass
0302
3
VDS-A EN=0/2
Silent Alarm / Chime Mode
0303
0
VDS-A EN=0/2
Zone Pulse Count
0304
0
VDS-A EN=0
Zone Lockout
0305
3
Zone Tamper (DEOL)
0306
1
Zone Status Report
0307
6
VDS-A EN=1/5/6/7
Unverified Alarm Report / Cross Zone
0308
0
VDS-A EN=0
Domestic No.
0309
0
Zone Function # 10
Address
Default
Zone Type
0310 - 0311
10
Force Arm / Zone Bypass
0312
3
VDS-A EN=0/2
Silent Alarm / Chime Mode
0313
0
VDS-A EN=0/2
Zone Pulse Count
0314
0
VDS-A EN=0
Zone Lockout
0315
3
Zone Tamper (DEOL)
0316
1
Zone Status Report
0317
6
VDS-A EN=1/5/6/7
Unverified Alarm Report / Cross Zone
0318
0
VDS-A EN=0
Domestic No.
0319
0
Zone Function # 11
Address
Default
Zone Type
0320 - 0321
11
Force Arm / Zone Bypass
0322
3
VDS-A EN=0/2
Silent Alarm / Chime Mode
0323
0
VDS-A EN=0/2
Zone Pulse Count
0324
0
VDS-A EN=0
Zone Lockout
0325
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Zone Tamper (DEOL)
0326
1
Zone Status Report
0327
6
VDS-A EN=1/5/6/7
Unverified Alarm Report / Cross Zone
0328
0
VDS-A EN=0
Domestic No.
0329
0
Zone Function # 12
Address
Default
Zone Type
0330 - 0331
12
Force Arm / Zone Bypass
0332
3
VDS-A EN=0/2
Silent Alarm / Chime Mode
0333
0
VDS-A EN=0/2
Zone Pulse Count
0334
0
VDS-A EN=0
Zone Lockout
0335
3
Zone Tamper (DEOL)
0336
1
Zone Status Report
0337
6
VDS-A EN=1/5/6/7
Unverified Alarm Report / Cross Zone
0338
0
VDS-A EN=0
Domestic No.
0339
0
Zone Function # 13
Address
Default
Zone Type
0340 - 0341
13
Force Arm / Zone Bypass
0342
3
VDS-A EN=0/2
Silent Alarm / Chime Mode
0343
0
VDS-A EN=0/2
Zone Pulse Count
0344
0
VDS-A EN=0
Zone Lockout
0345
3
Zone Tamper (DEOL)
0346
1
Zone Status Report
0347
6
VDS-A EN=1/5/6/7
Unverified Alarm Report / Cross Zone
0348
0
VDS-A EN=0
Domestic No.
0349
0
Zone Function # 14
Address
Default
Zone Type
0350 - 0351
14
Force Arm / Zone Bypass
0352
3
VDS-A EN=0/2
Silent Alarm / Chime Mode
0353
0
VDS-A EN=0/2
Zone Pulse Count
0354
0
VDS-A EN=0
Zone Lockout
0355
3
Zone Tamper (DEOL)
0356
1
Zone Status Report
0357
6
VDS-A EN=1/5/6/7
Unverified Alarm Report / Cross Zone
0358
0
VDS-A EN=0
Domestic No.
0359
0
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Zone Function # 15
Address
Default
Zone Type
0360 - 0361
15
Force Arm / Zone Bypass
0362
3
VDS-A EN=0/2
Silent Alarm / Chime Mode
0363
0
VDS-A EN=0/2
Zone Pulse Count
0364
0
VDS-A EN=0
Zone Lockout
0365
3
Zone Tamper (DEOL)
0366
1
Zone Status Report
0367
6
VDS-A EN=1/5/6/7
Unverified Alarm Report / Cross Zone
0368
0
VDS-A EN=0
Domestic No.
0369
0
For the value range of each zone function option, see Zone Function options below.
Zone Function Options
Zone Function Option
Zone Type
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Zone Not Used
01
Instant
02
Interior Instant
03
Delay
04
Interior Delay
05
Follower
06
Interior Follower
07
24-Hour
08
Key-Switch Toggle
09
Key Switch on/off
10
24 Hour Panic
11
24 Hour Fire
12
24 Hour Fire With Verification
13
Tamper
14
Bolt Contact
15
External Fault
16
Delay Exit
17
Interior Delay Exit
18
Technical Alarm
19
Reset
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Instant Report
21
Reserved
0
Disabled
1
Force Arm
2
Bypass
3
All
0
Disabled
1
Silent Alarm
2
Chime Mode
3
All
0
Disabled
1-9
1-9 Pulses
0
Disabled
1
1 Times Alarm Lockout
2
3 Times Alarm Lockout
3
6 Times Alarm Lockout
4
Alarm Duration
0
Disabled
1
Enabled
0
No Report Required
1
Receiver 1
2
Receiver 2
3
Receiver 3
4
Receiver 4
5
Receiver 1, 2, 3 and 4
6
Receiver 1 (2, 3 and 4 for backup)
7
Receiver 1 (2 for backup) and Receiver 3 (4 for backup)
0
Disabled
1
Unverified Alarm Report
2
Cross Zone
3
All
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No Reports Allowed
1
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Report to Destination 2
3
Report to Destination 3
4
Report to Destination 4
5
Report to Destination 1 ,2, 3, 4
6
Report to Destination 1 (2, 3, 4 backup)
7
Report to Destination 1 (2 Backup) and 3 (4 backup)
Common Area Settings
Option
Address
Default
Value Range
Common Area Type
0370
0
0 = none
1 = Follow Partition 2
2 = Follow Partition 2-3
3 = Follow Partition 2-4
4 = Follow Partition 2-5
5 = Follow Partition 2-6
6 = Follow Partition 2-7
7 = Follow Partition 2-8
8 = Follow Partition 2-9
9 = Follow Partition 2-10
10 = Follow Partition 2-11
11 = Follow Partition 2-12
12 = Follow Partition 2-13
13 = Follow Partition 2-14
14 = Follow Partition 2-15
15 = Follow Partition 2-16
Notice!
In case of common Area, the Area 1 will be the common Area. When there is only 1 Area in the
system, the address 0370 can only be programmed as 1.
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Zone Area Selection
No
Default
Address
Zone Function
Default
Module
Selection
Selection
Address
Address
Default
1
0678 - 0679
01
0806
3
0870
0
2
0680 - 0681
01
0807
1
0871
0
3
0682 - 0683
01
0808
1
0872
0
4
0684 - 0685
01
0809
1
0873
0
5
0686 - 0687
01
0810
1
0874
0
6
0688 - 0689
01
0811
1
0875
0
7
0690 - 0691
01
0812
1
0876
0
8
0692 - 0693
01
0813
1
0877
0
9
0694 - 0695
01
0814
0
0878
0
10
0696 - 0697
01
0815
0
0879
0
11
0698 - 0699
01
0816
0
0880
0
12
0700 - 0701
01
0817
0
0881
0
13
0702 - 0703
01
0818
0
0882
0
14
0704 - 0705
01
0819
0
0883
0
15
0706 - 0707
01
0820
0
0884
0
16
0708 - 0709
01
0821
0
0885
0
Value Range:
Value Range:0 –15. See
0 = On-board zone
00 = zone not used,
Section Zone Functions
1 = Keypad Zone
1 - 16 = Area 1- 16
2 = DX2010 Zone
3 = RF Device
15 = not used
Notice!
Zones may be indicated on keypads with a number that are different from zone number used
for programming and hardware input.
Example:
In a one area system keypad zone number 17 should be indicated as Zone number 16 (e.g.
visible on 16 zone LED keypad). After disabling zone 16 * (or another one in range 1 to 16)
zone number 17 is indicated on keypad as number 16.
* change Area Selection to 00 = zone not used
Notice!
When a zone is assigned to RF Device (3), then the dedicated On-board zone is not available.
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No
Default
Address
Zone Function
Default
Module
Selection
Selection
Address
Address
Default
17
0710 - 0711
00
0822
1
0886
15
18
0712 - 0713
00
0823
1
0887
15
19
0714 - 0715
00
0824
1
0888
15
20
0716 - 0717
00
0825
1
0889
15
21
0718 - 0719
00
0826
1
0890
15
22
0720 - 0721
00
0827
1
0891
15
23
0722 - 0723
00
0828
1
0892
15
24
0724 - 0725
00
0829
1
0893
15
25
0726 - 0727
00
0830
1
0894
15
26
0728 - 0729
00
0831
1
0895
15
27
0730 - 0731
00
0832
1
0896
15
28
0732 - 0733
00
0833
1
0897
15
29
0734 - 0735
00
0834
1
0898
15
30
0736 - 0737
00
0835
1
0899
15
31
0738 - 0739
00
0836
1
0900
15
32
0740-0741
00
0837
1
0901
15
Value Range:
Value Range:0 –15. See
0 = On-board zone
00 = zone not used,
Section Zone Functions
1 = Keypad Zone *
1 - 16 = Area 1- 16
2 = DX2010 Zone **
3 = RF Device
15 = not used
* Zones 17 to 32 are dedicated to Keypad 1 to 32 (Zone 17 = Keypad 1, Zone 32 = Keypad 32)
** Zones 17 to 24 are dedicated to DX2010 address 103 ports 1 to 8, also see , page 124
Zones 25 to 32 are dedicated to DX2010 address 104 ports 1 to 8, also see , page 124
Notice!
When a zone is assigned to Keypad Zone (1) or RF Device (3), then the dedicated zone on
DX2010 is not available.
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Default
Selection
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Address
Address
33
0742 - 0743
00
0838
1
0901
15
34
0744 - 0745
00
0839
1
0902
15
35
0746 - 0747
00
0840
1
0903
15
36
0748 - 0749
00
0841
1
0904
15
37
0750 - 0751
00
0842
1
0905
15
38
0752 - 0753
00
0843
1
0906
15
39
0754 - 0755
00
0844
1
0907
15
40
0756 - 0757
00
0845
1
0908
15
41
0758 - 0759
00
0846
1
0909
15
42
0760 - 0761
00
0847
1
0910
15
43
0762 - 0763
00
0848
1
0911
15
44
0764 - 0765
00
0849
1
0912
15
45
0766 - 0767
00
0850
1
0913
15
46
0768 - 0769
00
0851
1
0915
15
47
0770 - 0771
00
0852
1
0916
15
48
0772 - 0773
00
0853
1
0917
15
49
0774 - 0775
00
0854
1
0918
15
50
0776 - 0777
00
0855
1
0919
15
51
0778 - 0779
00
0856
1
0920
15
52
0780 - 0781
00
0857
1
0921
15
53
0782 - 0783
00
0858
1
0922
15
54
0784 - 0785
00
0859
1
0923
15
55
0786 - 0787
00
0860
1
0924
15
56
0788 - 0789
00
0861
1
0925
15
57
0790 - 0791
00
0862
1
0926
15
58
0792 - 0793
00
0863
1
0927
15
59
0794 - 0795
00
0864
1
0928
15
60
0796 - 0797
00
0865
1
0929
15
61
0798 - 0799
00
0866
1
0930
15
62
0800 - 0801
00
0867
1
0931
15
63
0802 - 0803
00
0868
1
0932
15
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0804 - 0805
00
0869
1
0933
15
Value Range: 00 = zone
Value Range:0–15. See
0 = On-board zone
not used, 1 - 16 = Area 1-
Section Zone Functions.
1 = Keypad Zone
16
2 = DX2010 Zone *
3 = RF Device
15 = not used
* See next table
Notice!
When a zone is assigned to RF Device (3), then the dedicated zone on DX2010 is not
available.
9.3
Module
Address
DX2010 module 1 (zones 17 - 24)
103
DX2010 module 2 (zones 25 - 32)
104
DX2010 module 3 (zones 33 - 40)
105
DX2010 module 4 (zones 41 - 48)
106
DX2010 module 5 (zones 49 - 56)
107
DX2010 module 6 (zones 57 - 64)
108
Output Programming
On-board Output Programming
Option
Address
Default
Keypad Alarm Tone, 0 = Disabled, 1 = Enabled
0503
1
Siren Running Time, 00 - 99 = 0 - 99 minutes
0508 - 0509
00
0510 - 0511
05
See The Value Ranges of Output Programming Options
Output 1
Output Event Type
VDS-A
EN=5
Output Area / Zone
0512 - 0513
00
Output Mode
0514
0
Output Time
0515 - 0517
180
VDS-A EN=0
VDS-A
EN=180
Output 2
Output Event Type
0518 - 0519
05
VDS-A
EN=5
Output Area / Zone
0520 - 0521
00
Output Mode
0522
0
Output Time
0523 - 525
VDS-A EN=0
000
VDS-A
EN=180
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Output 3
Output Event Type
0526 - 0527
05
125
VDS-A
EN=5
Output Area / Zone
0528 - 0529
00
Output Mode
0530
0
Output Time
0531 - 0533
180
VDS-A EN=0
VDS-A
EN=180
Output 4
Output Event Type
0534 - 0535
07
VDS-A
EN=5
Output Area / Zone
0536 - 0537
00
Output Mode
0538
0
Output Time
0539 - 0541
VDS-A EN=0
180
VDS-A
EN=180
Notice!
When the zone activating alarm is programmed as silent alarm, keypad and audible alarm have
no output.
For the corresponding value ranges of output event type, output mode and output time as well
as the relationship between output event type and Output in area see The Value Ranges of
Output Programming Options
The Value Ranges of Output Programming Options
Output Event Type
Description
Output Area / Zone
Output
0
Not Used
No
1
System Disarmed
0 = All Areas
2
System Armed
3
System Alarm
4
System Alarm (audile and silent)
5
External AWAY Siren
6
External STAY Siren
7
Internal Siren
8
Internal Siren with tamper
9
Entry/Exit Delay Warning
10
Telephone Line Fault
11
AC Power Supply Fault
12
Low Battery
13
Tamper
14
External Fault
Event
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0 = Any Area,
1 - 16 = Areas 1 - 16
1 - 16 = Areas 1 - 16
0 = Any Area,
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15
All Faults
16
Fire Alarm
17
Fire Reset
18
AWAY Armed
19
STAY Armed
20
Reset *1
0 = Any Area,
1 - 16 = Areas 1 - 16
0 = All Areas
1 - 16 = Areas 1 - 16
0 = Any Area
1 - 16 = Area number
21
Follow Zone Event (Alarm and
Zone Number 1 - 64
tamper)
22
RF Keyfob button 3 (Garage Door)
23
RF Keyfob button 4 (light)
24
Chime Indication *1
25
Verfied Alarm
26
Unverfied Alarm
27
Technical Alarm
28
Bypassed Zone
29
Ready to Arm
30
Walktest
0
Continuous output
1
Pulse
2
Inverted
Output
000 -
0 - 999 seconds
Time
999
Output
Mode
0 = Any Area,
1 - 16 = Areas 1 - 16
0 = All Areas 1 - 16 = Areas 1 - 16
*1 Output Timer is fix. (1 sec)
DX3010 Output Programming
This section is optional programming.
Module
Address
DX3010 module 1 (Output 5 - 12)
150
DX3010 module 2 (Output 13 - 20)
151
Table 9.2: DX3010 Address Settings
DX3010 1 Output Programming
Address 0542 - 0605
See The Value Ranges of Output Programming Options
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Output Event Type
0542 - 0543
00
Output Area / Zone
0544 - 0545
00
Output Mode
0546
0
Output Time
0547 - 0549
000
Output 6
Address
Default
Output Event Type
0550 - 0551
00
Output Area / Zone
0552 - 0553
00
Output Mode
0554
0
Output Time
0555 - 0557
000
Output 7
Address
Default
Output Event Type
0558 - 0559
00
Output Area / Zone
0560 - 0561
00
Output Mode
0562
0
Output Time
0563 - 0565
000
Output 8
Address
Default
Output Event Type
0566 - 0567
00
Output Area / Zone
0568 - 0569
00
Output Mode
0570
0
Output Time
0571 - 0573
000
Output 9
Address
Default
Output Event Type
0574 - 0575
00
Output Area / Zone
0576 - 0577
00
Output Mode
0578
0
Output Time
0579 - 0581
000
Output 10
Address
Default
Output Event Type
0582 - 0583
00
Output Area / Zone
0584 - 0585
00
Output Mode
0586
0
Output Time
0587 - 0589
000
Output 11
Address
Default
Output Event Type
0590 - 0591
00
Output Area / Zone
0592 - 0593
00
Output Mode
0594
0
Output Time
0595 - 0597
000
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Output 12
Address
Default
Output Event Type
0598 - 0599
00
Output Area / Zone
0600 - 0601
00
Output Mode
0602
0
Output Time
0603 - 0605
000
Output 13
Address
Default
Output Event Type
0606 - 0607
00
Output Area / Zone
0608 - 0609
00
Output Mode
0610
0
Output Time
0611 - 0613
000
Output 14
Address
Default
Output Event Type
0614 - 0615
00
Output Area / Zone
0616 - 0617
00
Output Mode
0618
0
Output Time
0619 - 0621
000
Output 15
Address
Default
Output Event Type
0622 - 0623
00
Output Area / Zone
0624 - 0625
00
Output Mode
0626
0
Output Time
0627 - 0629
000
Output 16
Address
Default
Output Event Type
0630 - 0631
00
Output Area / Zone
0632 - 0633
00
Output Mode
0634
0
Output Time
0635 - 0637
000
Output 17
Address
Default
Output Event Type
0638 - 0639
00
Output Area / Zone
0640 - 0641
00
Output Mode
0642
0
Output Time
0643 - 0645
000
DX3010 2 Output Programming
Address 0606 - 0669
See The Value Ranges of Output Programming Options
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Output 18
Address
Default
Output Event Type
0646 - 0647
00
Output Area / Zone
0648 - 0649
00
Output Mode
0650
0
Output Time
0651 - 0653
000
Output 19
Address
Default
Output Event Type
0654 - 0655
00
Output Area / Zone
0656 - 0657
00
Output Mode
0658
0
Output Time
0659 - 0661
000
Output 20
Address
Default
Output Event Type
0662 - 0663
00
Output Area / Zone
0664 - 0665
00
Output Mode
0666
0
Output Time
0667 - 0669
000
Option
Address
Default
Code Length,4 – 6 = 4 - 6 digits
1003
4
Option
Address
Default
Installer Code
1004
1
1005
2
1006
3
1007
4
1008
5
1009
6
129
Access Codes
Digits of Code
The access code includes installer Code and user codes.
If the code is set as "15", then code is not used.
The code length is the same for all Access Codes.
Installer Code
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User Codes
User
User
Default/ Value
Area
Default /
User Code
No.
Authority
Range
Selection
Value Range
Address
Level
Default
Address
Address
# 01
1010
Default: 0
1011 - 1012
Default: 00
(master
# 01 master
Value Range:
code)
code
See Table 6.5
Priority is
on page 26.
always 0
#02
1019
#03
1028
#04
1037
#05
1046
#06
1055
#07
1064
#08
Default: 15
Value Range:
1020 - 1021
1029 - 1030
0= Master code 1038 - 1039
1= Super code:
2= Basic code
1047 -1048
Default: 15
1020 = 1
1021 = 5
1013
2
1014
5
1015
8
1016
0
1017
0
1018
0
1022 - 1027
1031 - 1036
1040 - 1045
1049 - 1054
3= Arming code 1056 - 1057
1058 - 1063
1067 - 1072
1073
4= Duress code 1065 - 1066
5-15= No
1074 - 1075
Priority
#09
1082
1083 - 1084
1085 - 1090
#10
1091
1092 - 1093
1094 - 1099
#11
1100
1101 - 1102
1103 - 1108
#12
1109
1110 - 1111
1112 - 1117
#13
1118
1119 - 1120
1121 - 1126
#14
1127
1128 - 1129
1130 - 1135
#15
1136
1137 - 1138
1139 - 1144
#16
1145
1146 - 1147
1148 - 1153
#17
1154
1155 - 1156
1157 - 1162
#18
1163
1164 - 1165
1166 - 1171
#19
1172
1173 - 1174
1175 - 1180
#20
1181
1182 - 1183
1184 - 1189
#21
1190
1191 - 1192
1193 - 1198
#22
1199
1200 - 1201
1202 - 1207
#23
1208
1209 - 1210
1211 - 1216
#24
1217
1218 - 1219
1220 - 1225
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#25
1226
1227 - 1228
1229 - 1234
#26
1235
1236 - 1237
1238 - 1243
#27
1244
1254 - 1246
1247 - 1252
#28
1253
1254 - 1255
1256 - 1261
#29
1262
1263 - 1264
1265 - 1270
#30
1271
1272 - 1273
1274 - 1279
#31
1280
1281 - 1282
1283 - 1288
#32
1289
1290 - 1291
1292 - 1297
#33
1298
1299 - 1300
1301 - 1306
#34
1307
1308 - 1309
1310 - 1315
#35
1316
1317 - 1318
1319 - 1324
#36
1325
1326 - 1327
1328 - 1333
#37
1334
1335 - 1336
1337 - 1342
#38
1343
1344 - 1345
1346 - 1351
#39
1352
1353 - 1354
1355 - 1360
#40
1361
1362 - 1363
1364 - 1369
#41
1370
1371 - 1372
1373 - 1378
#42
1379
1380 - 1381
1382 - 1387
#43
1388
1389 - 1390
1391 - 1396
#44
1397
1398 - 1399
1400 - 1405
#45
1406
1407 - 1408
1409 - 1414
#46
1415
1416 - 1417
1418 - 1423
#47
1424
1425 - 1426
1427 - 1432
#48
1433
1434 - 1435
1436 - 1441
#49
1442
1443 - 1444
1445 - 1450
#50
1451
1452 - 1453
1454 - 1459
#51
1460
1461 - 1462
1463 - 1468
#52
1469
1470 - 1471
1472 - 1477
#53
1478
1479 - 1480
1481 - 1486
#54
1487
1488 - 1489
1490 - 1495
#55
1496
1497 - 1498
1499 - 1504
#56
1505
1506 - 1507
1508 - 1513
#57
1514
1515 - 1516
1517 - 1522
#58
1523
1524 - 1525
1526 - 1531
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#59
1532
1533 - 1534
1535 - 1540
#60
1541
1542 - 1543
1544 - 1549
#61
1550
1551 - 1552
1553 - 1558
#62
1559
1560 - 1561
1562 - 1567
#63
1568
1569 - 1570
1571 - 1576
#64
1577
1578 - 1579
1580 - 1585
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Value
133
Area
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
0
1
X
2
3
X
X
X
4
5
X
X
6
7
X
X
X
X
X
X
8
9
X
X
10
11
X
X
X
X
X
X
12
13
16
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
14
15
X
X
X
17
18
X
X
X
19
20
X
X
21
22
X
X
X
X
X
X
23
24
X
X
25
26
X
X
X
X
X
X
27
28
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
29
30
X
X
31
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32
X
33
X
X
34
X
35
X
36
37
X
X
X
X
X
X
38
X
39
X
40
41
X
X
X
X
X
X
42
43
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
44
45
X
46
X
47
X
48
X
X
49
X
50
X
51
52
X
X
X
X
X
X
53
X
54
X
55
56
X
X
X
X
X
X
57
58
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
59
60
61
X
X
X
X
62
X
X
X
X
63
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X
X
X
X
65
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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66
67
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
68
69
X
X
X
X
70
71
X
X
X
X
135
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Table 9.3: The Distribution of Personal Identification Number in Areas
9.5
System Programming
Exit Delay
Area
Address
Default
1
0403 - 0405
045
2
0409 - 0411
045
3
0415 - 0417
045
4
0421 - 0423
045
5
0427 - 0429
045
6
0433 - 0435
045
7
0439 - 0441
045
8
0445 - 0447
045
9
0451 - 0453
045
10
0457 - 0459
045
11
0463 - 0465
045
12
0469 - 0471
045
13
0475 - 0477
045
14
0481 - 0483
045
15
0487 - 0489
045
16
0493 - 0495
045
000 - 999 seconds
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Entry Delay
Area
Address
Default
1
0406 - 0408
030
2
0412 - 0414
030
3
0418 - 0420
030
4
0424 - 0426
030
5
0430 - 0432
030
6
0436 - 0438
030
7
0442 - 0444
030
8
0448 - 0450
030
9
0454 - 0456
030
10
0460 - 0462
030
11
0466 - 0468
030
12
0472 - 0474
030
13
0478 - 0480
030
14
0484 - 0486
030
15
0490 - 0492
030
16
0496 - 0498
030
000 - 999 seconds EN= 045 seconds
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Keypad
Keypad No. in Area
Address
Default
1
1586 - 1587
01
2
1588 - 1589
99
3
1590 - 1591
99
4
1592 - 1593
99
5
1594 - 1595
99
6
1596 - 1597
99
7
1598 - 1599
99
8
1600 - 1601
99
9
1602 - 1603
99
10
1604 - 1605
99
11
1606 - 1607
99
12
1608 - 1609
99
13
1610 - 1611
99
14
1612 - 1613
99
15
1614 - 1615
99
16
1616 - 1617
99
Table 9.4: Keypad Area Settings
00 = Master Keypad
00-16 = Area
99 = not used
Notice!
The system supports up to 16 master keypads. When the master keypad is not switched to
the corresponding Area, no Arming/disarming, bypass and alarm reset operations can be
performed on the master keypad. Only by switching the master keypad to the corresponding
Area, operations can be performed to the Area.
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Keypad Lockout
Address 0499
Address
Default
0 = disabled 1-15 times
0499
10
VDS-A
EN=10
Quick Arming
Address 0500
Address
Default
0 = disabled 1= Enable
0500
1
Address 0501
Address
Default
0 = disabled 1= Enable
0501
0
Address 0502
Address
Default
0 = disabled 1= Enable
0502
1
Address 0940
Address
Default
0 = disabled 1= Enable
0940
0
Address 0941
Address
Default
0 = disabled 1= Enable
0941
0
Address 0942
Address
Default
0 = disable 1 = 1h 2 = 2h 3 = 4h 4 = 12 h 5 = 24h
0942
4
Address 0943
Address
Default
0-15 0 = most sensitive
0943
12
Address 0944
Address
Default
0 = disable 1 = 4h 2 = 24h
0944
2
VDS-A EN=0
Display and Prompt Tone of Date and Time Fault
VDS-A EN=1
Fault Prompt Tone
VDS-A EN=1
Printer Functionality
RF Receiver
RF supervision
6 = 2.5h
RF Jam Detect Level
RF Device Low Level Battery Resound
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Siren Beep Arm/Disarm (RF Keyfob)
Address 0945
Address
Default
0 = disable 1 = Enable
0945
1
Address 0946
Address
Default
0 = No alarm 1 = Silent alarm 2 = Non silent alarm
0946
0
RF Keyfob Panic Option
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RF ID Devices
Sens
Address
or
1
Defaul
Sensor
Address
t
1700 –
15
1710 –
23
1920 –
15
1720 –
24
1930 –
25
1940 –
1728
4
1730 –
1740 –
15
26
1950 –
1750 –
15
27
1960 –
1760 –
15
28
1970 –
1770 –
15
29
1980 –
1780 –
15
30
1990 –
1790 –
15
31
2000 –
1800 –
15
32
2010 –
1810 –
15
33
2020 –
1820 –
15
34
2030 –
1830 –
15
35
2040 –
1840 –
15
36
2050 –
1850 –
15
37
2060 –
1860 –
15
38
2070 –
1870 –
15
39
2080 –
2178
15
49
15
40
2090 –
2098
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2180 –
15
2188
15
50
2190 –
15
2198
15
51
2200 –
15
2208
15
52
2210 –
15
2218
15
53
2220 –
15
2228
15
54
2230 –
15
2238
15
55
2240 –
15
2248
15
56
2250 –
15
2258
15
57
2260 –
15
2268
15
58
2270 –
15
2278
15
59
2280 –
15
2288
15
60
2290 –
15
2298
15
61
2088
1878
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2078
1868
18
2170 –
2068
1858
17
48
2058
1848
16
15
2048
1838
15
15
2038
1828
14
2160 - 2168
2028
1818
13
15
47
2018
1808
12
2150 –
15
2008
1798
11
15
2158
1998
1788
10
46
1988
1778
9
15
1978
1768
8
2140 –
2148
1968
1758
7
45
1958
1748
6
Defaul
1948
1738
5
15
1938
15
Address
t
1928
1718
3
Sensor
t
1708
2
Defaul
2300 –
15
2308
15
62
2310 –
15
2318
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1880 –
15
41
2100 –
1888
20
1890 –
15
42
2110 –
1898
21
1900 –
1910 –
63
2320 –
15
2328
15
64
2330 - 2338
15
2118
15
43
2120 –
1908
22
15
2108
141
15
2128
15
44
2130 -
1918
15
2138
Each RFID Device has nine digits. Each digit range is 0 to 9. The default value is 15, not in use.
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Wireless Repeater RF ID
Repeater
Address
Default
1
2340 – 2348
15
2
2350 – 2358
15
3
2360 – 2368
15
4
2370 – 2378
15
5
2380 – 2388
15
6
2390 – 2398
15
7
2400 – 2408
15
8
2410 - 2418
15
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Transmitter RF ID
Keyfob
Address
Keyfob
Address
1
2420 – 2428
33
2740 – 2748
2
2430 – 2438
34
2750 – 2758
3
2440 – 2448
35
2760 – 2768
4
2450 – 2458
36
2770 – 2778
5
2460 – 2468
37
2780 – 2788
6
2470 – 2478
38
2790 – 2798
7
2480 – 2488
39
2800 – 2808
8
2490 – 2498
40
2810 – 2818
9
2500 – 2508
41
2820 – 2828
10
2510 – 2518
42
2830 – 2838
11
2520 – 2528
43
2840 – 2848
12
2530 – 2538
44
2850 – 2858
13
2540 – 2548
45
2860 – 2868
14
2550 – 2558
46
2870 – 2878
15
2560 – 2568
47
2880 – 2888
16
2570 – 2578
48
2890 – 2898
17
2580 – 2588
49
2900 – 2908
18
2590 – 2598
50
2910 – 2918
19
2600 – 2608
51
2920 - 2928
20
2610 – 2618
52
2930 – 2938
21
2620 – 2628
53
2940 – 2948
22
2630 – 2638
54
2950 – 2958
23
2640 – 2648
55
2960 – 2968
24
2650 – 2658
56
2970 – 2978
25
2660 – 2668
57
2980 – 2988
26
2670 – 2678
58
2990 – 2998
27
2680 – 2688
59
3000 – 3008
28
2690 – 2698
60
3010 – 3018
29
2700 – 2708
61
3020 – 3028
30
2710 – 2718
62
3030 – 3038
31
2720 – 2728
63
3040 – 3048
32
2730 – 2738
64
3050 – 3058
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Keyfob
Address
Keyfob
Address
65
3060 – 3068
97
3380 – 3388
66
3070 – 3078
98
3390 – 3398
67
3080 – 3088
99
3400 – 3408
68
3090 – 3098
100
3410 – 3418
69
3100 – 3108
101
3420 – 3428
70
3110 – 3118
102
3430 – 3438
71
3120 – 3128
103
3440 – 3448
72
3130 – 3138
104
3450 – 3458
73
3140 – 3148
105
3460 – 3468
74
3150 – 3158
106
3470 – 3478
75
3160 – 3168
107
3480 – 3488
76
3170 – 3178
108
3490 – 3498
77
3180 – 3188
109
3500 – 3508
78
3190 – 3198
110
3510 – 3518
79
3200 – 3208
111
3520 – 3528
80
3210 – 3218
112
3530 – 3538
81
3220 – 3228
113
3540 – 3548
82
3230 – 3238
114
3550 – 3558
83
3240 – 3248
115
3560 – 3568
84
3250 – 3258
116
3570 – 3578
85
3260 – 3268
117
3580 – 3588
86
3270 - 3278
118
3590 – 3598
87
3280 – 3288
119
3600 – 3608
88
3290 – 3298
120
3610 – 3619
89
3300 – 3308
121
3620 – 3628
90
3310 – 3318
122
3630 – 3638
91
3320 – 3328
123
3640 – 3648
92
3330 – 3338
124
3650 – 3658
93
3340 – 3348
125
3660 – 3668
94
3350 – 3358
126
3670 – 3678
95
3360 – 3368
127
3680 – 3688
96
3370 – 3378
128
3690 – 3698
Assignment of Keyfobs is dynamically done by the System and cannot be changed.
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All Keyfob RFID default values are 15.
RF Key Fob assignment to Areas
Number of Areas in the system
Area
Keyfobs Radion
Keyfobs DSRF
1
1
1 – 128
1 – 24
2
1
1 - 64
1 – 12
2
65 - 128
13 – 24
1
1 - 43
1-8
2
44 - 86
9 - 16
3
87 - 128
17 - 24
1
1 - 32
1-6
2
33 - 64
7 - 12
3
65 - 96
13 - 18
4
97 - 128
19 - 24
1
1 - 26
1-5
2
27 - 52
6 - 10
3
53 - 78
11 - 15
4
79 - 103
16 - 20
5
104 - 128
21 - 24
1
1 - 22
1-4
2
23 - 44
5-8
3
45 - 65
9 - 12
4
66 - 86
13 - 16
5
87 - 107
17 - 20
6
108 - 128
21 - 24
1
1 - 19
1-4
2
20 - 38
5-8
3
39 - 56
9 - 12
4
57 - 74
13 - 15
5
75 - 92
16 - 18
6
93 - 110
19 – 21
7
111 - 128
22 - 24
1
1 – 16
1–3
2
17 – 32
4–6
3
33 – 48
7–9
3
4
5
6
7
8
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9
10
11
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Keyfobs Radion
Keyfobs DSRF
4
49 – 64
10 – 12
5
65 – 80
13 – 15
6
81 – 96
16 – 18
7
97 – 112
19 – 21
8
113 - 128
21 - 24
1
1 – 15
1–3
2
16 – 30
4–6
3
31 – 44
7–9
4
45 – 58
10 – 12
5
59 – 72
13 – 15
6
73 – 86
16 – 18
7
87 – 100
19 – 20
8
101 – 114
21 – 22
9
115 – 128
23 – 24
1
1 – 13
1–3
2
14 – 26
4–6
3
27 – 39
7–9
4
40 – 52
10 – 12
5
53 – 65
13 – 14
6
66 – 78
15 – 16
7
79 – 91
17 – 18
8
92 – 104
19 – 20
9
105 – 116
21 – 22
10
117 – 128
23 – 24
1
1 – 12
1-3
2
13 – 24
4–6
3
25 – 36
7-8
4
37 – 48
9 – 10
5
49 – 60
11 – 12
6
61 – 72
13 – 14
7
73 – 84
15 – 16
8
85 – 95
17 – 18
9
96 – 106
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13
14
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Keyfobs DSRF
10
107 – 117
21 – 22
11
118 – 128
23 – 24
1
1 – 11
1-2
2
12 – 22
3-4
3
23 – 33
5–6
4
34 – 44
7-8
5
45 – 55
9 – 10
6
56 – 66
11 – 12
7
67 – 77
13 – 14
8
78 – 88
15 – 16
9
89 – 98
17 – 18
10
99 – 108
19 – 20
11
109 – 118
21 – 22
12
119 – 128
23 – 24
1
1 – 10
1-2
2
11 - 20
3-4
3
21 – 30
5–6
4
31 – 40
7-8
5
41 – 50
9 – 10
6
51 – 60
11 – 12
7
61 – 70
13 – 14
8
71 – 80
15 – 16
9
81 – 90
17 – 18
10
91 – 100
19 – 20
11
101 – 110
21 – 22
12
111 – 119
23 – 23
13
120 – 128
24 – 24
1
1 – 10
1-2
2
11 - 20
3-4
3
21 – 29
5–6
4
30 – 38
7-8
5
39 – 47
9 – 10
6
48 – 56
11 – 12
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15
16
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Area
Keyfobs Radion
Keyfobs DSRF
7
57 – 65
13 – 14
8
66 – 74
15 – 16
9
75 – 83
17 – 18
10
84 – 92
19 – 20
11
93 – 101
21 – 21
12
102 – 110
22 – 22
13
111 – 119
23 – 23
14
120 – 128
24 - 24
1
1–9
1-2
2
10 – 18
3-4
3
19 – 27
5–6
4
28 – 36
7-8
5
37 – 45
9 – 10
6
46 – 54
11 – 12
7
55 – 63
13 – 14
8
64 – 72
15 – 16
9
73 – 80
17 – 18
10
81 – 88
19 – 19
11
89 – 96
20 – 20
12
97 – 104
21 – 21
13
105 – 112
22 – 22
14
113 – 120
23 – 23
15
121 - 128
24 - 24
1
1- 8
1-2
2
9 – 16
3–4
3
17 – 24
5–6
4
25 – 32
7–8
5
33 – 40
9 - 10
6
41 - 48
11 - 12
7
49 - 56
13 - 14
8
57 - 64
15 - 16
9
65 - 72
17
10
73 – 80
18
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Area
Keyfobs Radion
Keyfobs DSRF
11
81 – 88
19
12
89 - 96
20
13
97 - 104
21
14
105 - 112
22
15
113 - 120
23
16
121 - 128
24
Address 3700 - 3735
Company Name
Address
Default
3700 - 3735
0
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Table 9.5: Assign Company Name
Company Name may have up to 18 characters. Each character of the zone name uses 2
addresses.
Example: A = 4 1, A = Address 3736 = 4, Address 3737 = 1
One character needs 2 values to enter into 2 addresses. Determine these values using the
matrix of table below. Every character in this table has a row index and also a column index.
Row Index is the first; column index is the second value for each character.
Example:
o = 6 15
k = 6 11
0
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
!
"
#
$
%
&
'
(
)
*
+
-
,
.
/
3
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
:
;
<
=
>
?
4
@
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
5
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
[
\
]
^
_
6
‛
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
7
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
{
|
}
~
8
đ
Ą
ᶏ
Ł
Ğ
..
Ć
Ś
Ű
Ş
İ
Ź
Ę
ź
Ż
9
Ń
ń
Č
ł
ǧ
¨
ć
ś
ű
č
ş
I
Ț
ę
ţ
ż
10
á
ɨ
¢
£
€
¥
Š
§
š
©
ª
«
¬
‫־‬
®
¯
11
°
±
²
³
Ž
µ
¶
•
ž
¹
°
»
Œ
œ
Ÿ
¿
12
À
Á
Â
Ã
Ä
Å
Æ
Ç
È
É
Ê
Ë
Ì
Í
Î
Ï
13
Đ
Ñ
Ò
Ó
Ô
Õ
Ö
×
Ø
Ù
Ú
Û
Ü
Ý
Þ
ß
14
à
á
â
ã
ä
å
æ
ç
è
é
ê
ë
ì
í
î
ï
15
ð
ñ
ò
ó
ô
ô
ö
÷
ø
ù
ú
û
ü
ý
þ
ÿ
Table 9.6: Characters
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Adress
Default
1
3736 - 3771
0
2
3772 - 3807
0
3
3808 - 3843
0
4
3844 - 3879
0
5
3880 - 3915
0
6
3916 - 3951
0
7
3952 - 3987
0
8
3988 - 4023
0
9
4024 - 4059
0
10
4060 - 4095
0
11
4096 - 4131
0
12
4132 - 4167
0
13
4168 - 4203
0
14
4204 - 4239
0
15
4240 - 4275
0
16
4276 - 4311
0
17
4312 - 4347
0
18
4348 - 4383
0
19
4384 - 4419
0
20
4420 - 4455
0
21
4456 - 4491
0
22
4492 - 4527
0
23
4528 - 4563
0
24
4564 - 4599
0
25
4600 - 4635
0
26
4636 - 4671
0
27
4672 - 4707
0
28
4708 - 4743
0
29
4744 - 4779
0
30
4780 - 4815
0
31
4816 - 4851
0
32
4852 - 4887
0
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Adress
Default
33
4888 - 4923
0
34
4924 - 4959
0
35
4960 - 4995
0
36
4996 - 5031
0
37
5032 - 5067
0
38
5068 - 5103
0
39
5104 - 5139
0
40
5140 - 5175
0
41
5176 - 5211
0
42
5212 - 5247
0
43
5248 - 5283
0
44
5284 - 5319
0
45
5320 - 5355
0
46
5356 - 5391
0
47
5392 - 5427
0
48
5428 - 5463
0
49
5464 - 5499
0
50
5500 - 5535
0
51
5536 - 5571
0
52
5572 - 5607
0
53
5608 - 5643
0
54
5644 - 5679
0
55
5680 - 5715
0
56
5716 - 5751
0
57
5752 - 5787
0
58
5788 - 5823
0
59
5824 - 5859
0
60
5860 - 5895
0
61
5896 - 5931
0
62
5932 - 5967
0
63
5968 - 6003
0
64
6004 - 6039
0
151
Table 9.7: Assign Zone Names
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Zone Name may have up to 18 characters. Each character of the zone name uses 2 addresses.
Example: A = 4 1, A = Address 3736 = 4, Address 3737 = 1
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Keypad Operating Instructions
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Quick Keypad Operation Instructions
Function
Command
D A B S
M I
N
Arm / Disarm
AWAY arm
[Code] + [#] / [#] (Quick arm)
√
√
√
√
√
√
STAY arm
[Code] + [*] / [*] (Quick arm)
√
√
√
√
√
√
Disarm
[Code] + [#]
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
Display
Display Info (Fault/
[Code] + [-]
Tamper..)
Bypass
Zone Bypass/Cancel
[Code] + [3][1] + [#] + [Zone No] [*] + [#]
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
(Bypass)
[Code] + [3][1] + [#] + [Zone No] [*] + [#]
(Cancel LED)
[Code] + [3][2] + [#] + [Zone No] [*] + [#]
(Cancel Text KP)
Bypass Inquiry
[Code] + [3][3] + [#] (Text KP)
Bypass Fault/Tamper
[Code] + [3][4] + [#]
√
√
[Code] + [6] + [#]
√
√
Reset
Reset
Alarm commands
Keypad Emergency Alarm
Long press [1] and [3] or [*] and [#]
Keypad Fire
Long press [4] and [6]
Keypad Medical Alarm
Long press [7] and [9]
D = Duress User
A = Arming User
B = Basic User
S = Super User
M = Master User
IN = Install User
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Other Commands
Switch to Main Keypad
[Code] + [0][0][0] + [#] (Text KP)
√
√
√
Switch to Partition 01-16
[Code] + [0][ _ ][ _ ] + [#]
√
√
√
Fault/Tamper Inquire
[Code] + [2][1] + [#]
√
√
Check All Event Log
[Code] + [2][2] + [#] (Text KP)
√
√
Check EN Event Log
[Code] + [2][3] + [#] (Text KP)
√
√
Check Dialer Event Log
[Code] + [2][4] + [#] (Text KP)
√
√
Siren test
[Code] + [4][1] + [#]
√
√
Communication test
[Code] + [4][2] + [#]
√
√
Walk test
[Code] + [4][3] + [#]
√
√
Change/View date/time
[Code] + [5][1] + [#]
Daylight Saving Time (+1h)
[Code] + [5][2] + [#]
√
√
Daylight Saving Time (-1h)
[Code] + [5][3] + [#]
√
√
Add / Delete / Change User
[Code] + [5][4] + [#]
√
√
Change Individual Code
[Code] + [5][5] + [#]
√
√
Change Domestic Phone
[Code] + [5][6][#] + [ _ _ _ _ _ _ ][#] (LED
No.1
KP)
Change Domestic Phone
[Code] + [5][6][#][#] + [ _ _ _ _ _ _ ][#]
No.2
(LED KP)
Change Domestic Phone
[Code] + [5][6][#][#][#] + [ _ _ _ _ _ _ ][#]
No.3
(LED KP)
Change Domestic Phone
[Code] + [5][6][#][#][#][#] + [ _ _ _ _ _ _ ]
No.4
[#] (LED KP)
Change Domestic Phone
[Code] + [5][6][#] + [ _ ] + [#] + [ _ _ _ _ _
No.1-4
_ ][#] (Text KP)
Call Back
[Code] + [5][7] + [#]
√
√
Change Language
[Code] + [5][8] + [#] + [ _ ] [ _ ] + [#]
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
01=EN 02=DE 03=ES 04=FR
05=IT 06=PL 07=NL 08=SE
Installer Access
[Code] + [7][1] + [#] (Enable)
√
[Code] + [7][2] + [#] (Disable)
System reset
[Code] + [9][9][8][9] + [#]
Installer program mode
[Code] + [9][5][8] + [#]
√
Exits Progr. mode without
[9][5][9] + [#] (only in Address Progr.
√
save
Mode)
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Exits Progr. mode with save [9][6][0] + [#] (only in Address Progr.
√
Mode)
Set Factory Defaults
[9][6][1] + [#] (only in Address Progr.
√
Mode)
Copy control panel data to
[9][6][2] + [#] (only in Address Progr.
progr. Key
Mode)
Copy progr. key data to
[9][6][3] + [#] (only in Address Progr.
control panel.
Mode)
Display FW version
[9][9][9] + [#] (only in Address Progr.
√
√
√
Mode)
D = Duress User
A = Arming User
B = Basic User
S = Super User
M = Master User
IN = Install User
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Keypad Indicators
Keypad indicator
Status
Definition
on
Zone is triggered.
off
Zone is normal.
Fast flash (0.25 seconds lights on/
Zone was alarmed or is in alarm
0.25 seconds lights off)
status.
Slow flash (1 second lights on/1
Zone is manually bypassed or
second lights off)
interior Zone is in STAY ARM
icons
1 2 3 ….
mode.
ZONE (1-8)
AWAY
on
System is armed in AWAY mode.
off
System not armed in AWAY mode.
Slow flash (1 second lights on/1
Exit time.
second lights off)
Fast flash (0.25 seconds lights on/
Programming mode or Code
0.25 seconds lights off)
function mode. STAY indicator
flashes simultaneously.
STAY
on
System is armed in STAY mode.
off
System not armed in STAY mode.
Slow flash (1 second lights on/1
Exit time.
second lights off)
Fast flash (0.25 seconds lights on/
Programming mode or Code
0.25 seconds lights off)
function mode. AWAY indicator
flashes simultaneously.When
bypass function is performed, the
STAY indicator only flashes.
MAINS
on
AC main power is normal.
Slow flash (1 second lights on/1
AC main power supply failed.
second lights off)
on
System fault or Tamper condition
is present.
FAULTS
off
System is in normal status.
Flashes
System fault or Tamper condition
must be acknowledged.
on
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Keypad Sounds
Sound Indicator
Definition
One short beep
A keypad button has been pressed.
One single one- second beep
The requested operation is refused. Incorrect
operation signal.
Two short beeps
The system accepted the code. The system executed
the requested function.
One short beep every minute
Fault tone, unacknowledged system failure
One short beep every two seconds
Exit time started.
Continued sound
–
Last 10s on exit time
–
Keypad fault/tamper sound (fault/tamper to be
acknowledged)
–
Keypad alarm sound
Continuous 0.5 second beep, stops
Entry delay time (until alarm ends or system is
0.5 seconds
disarmed).
10.2
Arming and Disarming the System
10.2.1
Arming the System
Arming the System
Notice!
When the number of incorrect code entries on the keypad reaches a specified number, the
keypad will automatically lock for 180 seconds and alarm is reported. If the keypad is idle for
1 minute, the system will automatically exit from any operational mode.
Arming 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.
Keypad Arming
There are two methods to arm your system in AWAY Mode.
Method 1:
To arm the System in AWAY mode enter your code and press [#].
It beeps twice, the AWAY indicator flashes slow, and exit time starts.
After exit time, the AWAY indicator turns is lit.
Method 2:
To arm the System in AWAY mode press and hold [#] until it beeps twice.
The AWAY indicator flashes slow, and exit time starts. After exit time, the AWAY indicator is lit.
Please contact your installer to enable/disable this function.
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Telephone Remote Arming
The user dials the control panel number. The control panel answers the call and issues a long
beep. After the long beep, the user must press the [#] key. When the Panel receives the signal
it will confirm the arming of the control panel with a high tone.
Please contact your installer to enable/disable this function.
Notice!
Telephone arming is possible when the system has only 1 assigned area.
Key Switch Arming
Users can use a key switch to Arm and Disarm the system. When the Key switch is activated,
the AWAY indicator flashes slow and exit time starts. After exit time, the AWAY indicator is lit.
When the Key switch is deactivated, the system is disarmed and Away indicator is off.
10.2.2
Disarming the System
Disarming with CODE
Enter your code and press [#] .It beeps twice and the AWAY or STAY indicator is extinguished.
Disarming with Key Switch
When the Key switch is deactivated, the system is disarmed and the AWAY or STAY indicator is
extinguished.
10.3
Faults and Tamper Conditions
Whenever a system fault or tamper condition occurs, the FAULT or MAINS indicator flashes
and the keypad beeps.
Notice!
Operation is only possible in disarmed status.
10.3.1
System Fault or Tamper Analysis Mode in LED Keypad
To enter fault or tamper analysis mode for determining a system fault or tamper condition:
a) Enter your Code + [2] [1] and press [#]. It beeps twice. The FAULT indicator remains lit and
the STAY and AWAY indicators flash. The lit zone indicators indicate the type of fault or tamper
condition that occurred.
b) For a multi-level menu, enter the corresponding number to enter the submenu, press [ 0 ]
key to return to the main menu (see table next page).
c) To exit from Fault and Tamper Analysis Mode, press [#]. The STAY and AWAY indicators are
extinguished and the FAULT indicator remains lit, and the keypad stops the beep.
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Fault and Tamper Conditions
1 Accessory Module Failure
1 Network / IP Module 1 Failure
1 - 2 Network / IP Module 1 - 2 Failure
2 Output Expansion Module Failure
1 - 2 Output Expansion Module 1 - 2 Fault
3 Input Expansion Module Failure
1 - 6 Output Expansion Module 1 - 6 Fault
4 Printer Failure
1 Module DX4010 Missing
2 Printer Missing
3 Printer Fault
5 RF Receiver Failure
1 RF Receiver 1 Fault
2 RF Receiver 1 Missing
3 RF Receiver 1 Jammed
6 RF Sensor Failure
1 RF Sensor Missing *
2 RF Sensor Fault *
7 RF Repeater Failure
1 - 8 RF Repeater 1-8 Missing
8 RF Config Failure
1 Configuration Conflict Sensors *
2 Configuration Conflict Repeaters *
3 Configuration Conflict Keyfobs *
2 Power Failure
1 Panel AC Failure
2 Panel Low Battery
3 Panel Aux Power Failure
1 - 2 Panel Aux Power 1 - 2 Fault
4 Bosch Option Bus Power Failure
1 - 2 Bosch Option Bus 1 - 2 Power Fault
5 RF Repeater AC Power Failure
1 - 8 RF Repeater 1-8 AC Power Fault
6 RF Repeater Battery Failure
1 - 8 RF Repeater 1-8 Battery Fault
7 RF Sensor Power Failure *
8 RF Keyfob Battery Failure *
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3 Output Failure
1 Onboard Output Failure
1 Onboard Output 1 Fault
2 Onboard Output 2 Fault
4 Keypad Failure
1 - 16 Keypad 1 – 16 Fault
5 System Failure
1 Date Time not set
6 Communication Failure
1 Communication Fault 1
2 Communication Fault 2
3 Communication Fault 3
4 Communication Fault 4
5 Phone Line Fault
7 Tamper
1 System Tamper
2 Keypad Tamper
1 - 16
Keypad 1 – 16 Tamper
3 Zone Expansion Module Tamper
1 - 6 Zone Expansion Module 1 - 6 Tamper
4 Zone Tamper DEOL
1 - 16
Sensor Tamper DEOL
5 Zone type Tamper
1 - 16
Zone type Tamper
6 Keypad Lock out
1 Keypad Lock out
7 RF Receiver Tamper
1 RF Receiver Tamper
8 RF Repeater Tamper
1 - 8 RF Repeater Tamper
8 External Failure
1 - 16
10.3.2
External Fault Zone 1-16
System Fault or Tamper Analysis Mode in Text Keypad
To enter fault or tamper analysis mode for determining a system fault or tamper condition:
a) Enter your Code + [2] [1] and press [#]. It beeps twice.
b) Scroll down with [ arrow] to display all trouble or fault conditions.
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c) To exit from Fault and Tamper Analysis Mode, press [#].
10.4
10.4.1
System Test
Siren Test
This function allows the code holders to test the siren.
a) Enter your Code + [4] [1] and press [#]. It beeps twice and the siren will be activated for 1
second.
10.4.2
Communication Test
This function allows the code holders to send a test report to a central monitoring station.
a) Enter your Code + [4] [2] and press [#]. It beeps twice and a test report is send.
The Keypad will display the status of the test report for all communication paths.
To exit the test report press [#].
10.4.3
Walk Test Mode
This function allows code holders to test detection devices to ensure they are functioning
correctly. Before activating Walk test Mode, bypass any zones that are not required for testing.
During the walk test, no walk test report is sent out to the control panel system.
How to enter into Walk Test Mode:
1. Enter your Code + [4] [3] and press [#]. It beeps twice and the STAY and AWAY indicators
flash.
2.
Unseal and seal the zones to be tested. The keypad sounds one second beep and the
siren sounds one beep each time when a Zone status is changed.
To exit Walk test Mode:
1. Enter your Code + [4] [3] and press [#].
10.5
Event Log Recall Mode
This function allows code holders to playback the last 254 events saved in each event log on
the Text Keypad.
All Event Log
here all events are logged
EN Event Log
here only EN related events are logged
Dialer Event Log
here only Dialer related events are logged
How to enter Event Log Recall modes:
All Event Log
Enter your code + [2] [2] and press[#]. It beeps twice.
EN Event Log
Enter your code + [2] [3] and press [#]. It beeps twice.
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Dialer Event Log
Enter your code + [2] [4] and press [#]. It beeps twice.
Press [▲] or [▼] to move up and down in the Event Logs
Press [ #] To exit the Event Log
10.6
Reset the Control Panel
This function allows code holders to reset all Alarms, Faults and Tamper conditions.
Enter your code + [6][#].
The keypad beeps twice and the signal is eliminated.
Notice!
You can reset alarms, faults or tamper conditions, only when they are not active anymore.
10.7
Bypassing
10.7.1
Bypassing Zones
By bypassing Zones, one or more zones are disabled for one arming cycle. After bypassing a
zone, you can arm the system even when a zone is in alarm state.
How to Bypass a Zone
a) Enter your code + [3] [1] and press [#]. The STAY indicator flashes fast.
b) Enter the zone number you wish to bypass, then press the [*] key.
(If you wish to bypass multiple zones, please repeat step b).
c) Press [#] to exit.
How to Unbypass a Zone
LED Keypad
a) Enter your code + [3] [1] and press [#] . The STAY indicator flashes fast.
b) Enter the zone number you wish to unbypass, then press the [*] key.
(If you wish to unbypass multiple zones, please repeat step b).
c) Press [#] to exit.
Text Keypad:
a) Enter your code + [3] [2] and press [#] . The STAY indicator flashes fast.
b) Enter the zone number you wish to unbypass, then press the [*] key.
(If you wish to unbypass multiple zones, please repeat step b)
d) Press [#] to exit.
Bypassing Faults and Tamper conditions (Except Zone Tampers)
One or more faults and tamper conditions are disabled for one arming cycle. After bypassing a
Fault or Tamper condition, you can arm the system even when a Fault or Tamper condition
exists.
How to bypass a Fault or Tamper Condition
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a) Enter your code + [3] [4] and press [#]. It beeps twice.
Bypass Inquire
The bypass inquires displays all bypassed zones.
a) Enter your code + [3] [3] and press [#]. It beeps twice.
b) Move up and down with [▲] or [▼] to display all bypassed zones.
c) Press [#] to exit.
10.8
Codes
10.8.1
Add/Change and Delete User Code
This function allows Master User to Add/change and Delete User Codes.
How to Change the Code, User Code Priority and Area Assignment
LED Keypad:
a) Enter your User code + [5] [4] and press [#].
It beeps twice and the STAY and AWAY indicators start flashing.
b) Enter the user number (1-64) and press [#].
It beeps twice.
The corresponding Keypad indicator will light up for the current user permission level.
When AWAY and STAY indicators are flashing user permission level = 0.
c) Enter the user code priority (0-5) and press [#], there are no beeps to confirm the
operation.
00 = Master User
01 = Super User
02 = Basic User
03 = Arming User
04 = Duress User
05-15 = No Permission
Refer to Quick Keypad Operation Instructions
d) Enter the first value (00-71) for the area assignment for this user and press [#], there are
no beeps to confirm the operation.
The corresponding Keypad indicators will light up.
Enter the second value for the area assignment, and press [#], there are no beeps to confirm
the operation.
The corresponding Keypad indicators will light up.
Please contact your installer for the right Values or check Table in Quick Reference Guide.
e) Enter the new user code (Default code length=4 digits / 5 or 6 digit code must be enabled
through the installer) for this user and press [#].
It beeps twice and the STAY and AWAY indicators stop flashing.
Text Keypad:
a) Enter your code and press [5] [4] [#].
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b) Enter the user number (1-64) and press [#].
c) Enter the user code priority (0-15) and press [#].
00 = Master User
01 = Super User
02 = Basic User
03 = Arming User
04 = Duress User
05-15 = No Permission
d) Enter the value (00-71) for the area assignment for this user and press [#].
Please contact your installer for the right Values or check Table in Quick Reference Guide.
e) Enter the new user code (Default code length=4 digits / 5 or 6 digit code must be enabled
through the installer) and press [#].
It beeps twice and the Keypad shows the next user.
f) Press long [-] to exit.
Notice!
This function is automatically terminated if you do not press a button within 240 seconds or if
you press [#]. One long beep indicates that the code already exists or that you entered an
incorrect user number.
10.8.2
Change Individual Code
This function allows user to change the individual code.
How to change the code
a) Enter your code + [5] [5] [#] and press.
It beeps twice and the STAY and AWAY indicators start flashing.
b) Enter the new code (Default code length=4 digits / 5or 6 digit code must be enabled
through the installer) and press [#].
It beeps twice and the STAY and AWAY indicators stop flashing.
10.9
10.9.1
Keypad Alarm Operation Commands
Keypad Panic Alarm
If you simultaneously press and hold [1] and [3] or simultaneously press and hold [*] and [#]
for 3 seconds a silent panic alarm will be transmitted.
Please contact your installer to enable/disable the keypad emergency alarm functionality.
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10.9.2
Keypad Fire Alarm
If you simultaneously press and hold [4] and [6] for 3 seconds a silent keypad fire alarm will
be transmitted.
Please contact your installer to enable/disable the fire alarm functionality.
10.9.3
Keypad Medical Alarm
If you simultaneously press and hold [7] and [9] for 3 seconds a silent keypad medical alarm
will be transmitted.
Please contact your installer to enable/disable the emergency medical alarm functionality.
10.10
Domestic Dialing
Domestic Dialing Alarm
When the control panel is activated into zone tamper/zone alarm, it can dial a mobile phone or
telephone number of a family member/friend. A maximum of four telephone numbers can be
called through the control panel during an alarm.
Contact your installer to enable/disable the Domestic dialing functionality.
Confirming the Domestic call
All alarm events need acknowledgement.
The transmission sequence is repeated until the control panel receives an acknowledgement
tone.
The control panel automatically hangs up after 45 seconds if it cannot detect the
acknowledgement tone and redial later.
The user presses [#] between two acknowledgement tones to confirm the alarm.
If the control panel got the [#] acknowledgement from the user, it will send 2 second long
beep as acknowledge tone and hang up the line.
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Problem
No display on keypad after
Reason
–
power up
–
Solution
AC power or battery fuse –
Check if the AC power
failure.
and battery fuses are
Abnormal RBGY wiring.
properly connected and
operate normally.
–
Re-connect RBGY.
No response to keypad
–
Abnormal RBGY wiring.
–
Re-connect RBGY.
operation (wrong tone
–
The keypad is locked
–
Operate after 3 minutes.
after many times of
–
Set the jumper again
sounds on pressing any key).
–
wrong passwords are
referring to the
entered.
information on keypad
Wrong jumper when
address settings.
multiple keypads are
used.
Constant on of the zone
–
Wrong zone wiring.
indicator.
–
Abnormal detector
–
Fault indicator constant on/
–
flash
–
again.
function.
–
Reset the detector.
Zone EOL resistor is not
–
Correctly connect the
correctly connected to
zone EOL resistor to the
the end of the detector.
end of the detector.
Date and time fault
–
Set date and time.
displayed in
–
Connect the battery or
programming although
resume the voltage of
date and time are not
set.
–
the battery to over 12V.
–
(with the alarm siren
connected or the voltage
substituted by a resistor
is lower than 12V.
–
–
Correctly set the
telephone number again.
–
The telephone number is
incorrectly set.
–
of 1K)
–
Alarm siren is not
connected.
–
Connect the alarm siren
Backup battery is not
of the battery connected
–
Enter zone wiring once
Connect the telephone
network.
–
Connect the tamper
Telephone network is
switch or the short
not connected.
circuit jumper.
The tamper switch is not –
Connect modules for
connected.
programming such as
External module should
DX2010, DX3010, B426,
be used for
or ITS-DX4020-G.
programming, but it not
connected actually.
No response from the zone
–
To ensure normal
for a short time after power
operation, the system
up
should be left alone for a
–
Operate after 1 minute.
minute after power up.
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AC power fault
–
AC power fuse is burnt.
–
Check if the 18V of the
transformer is correctly
wired and replace the
fuse.
Over current protection of the –
Abnormal wiring of the
auxiliary power
12V auxiliary power
–
The auxiliary power
–
Reconnect the auxiliary
power.
–
Use external power
exceeds the power
supply for perimeter
supply upper limit of
devices.
2000mA for the control
panel.
The auxiliary power cannot be –
AC power and battery
recovered after short circuit.
fail.
Failure of battery is still
–
The battery might be
–
Power up AC power and
battery again.
–
The fault will be
displayed after the battery is
tested 4 hours after the
automatically cleared
replaced
system is armed each
when the system is reset
time.
or the battery is re-
The voltage of the
tested.
–
battery is lower than
–
12V.
Charge the new battery
for a period of time until
the voltage reaches 12V
or above.
Not entering programming
–
mode after power up.
–
The red LED on the main
–
board goes off
The system does not dial
The system is in alarm
–
Reset the alarm.
state.
–
Disarm the system and
The system is in arming
keep it in the disarming
state.
status.
Abnormal AC power and
–
backup battery.
Check AC power and
backup battery.
–
The main board fails.
–
Replace the main board
–
Relevant receiver
–
Correctly set the
when the alarm presents.
parameters are not set.
telephone number, set
transmission format to
CID and set zone alarm
to corresponding paths.
Remote telephone arming
–
fails.
The remote telephone
–
arming is disabled (the
0144 to a number from 1
address 0144 is set to
0).
–
RPS cannot perform remote
programming and control.
–
Program the address
to 15.
–
The telephone arming is
There are multiple areas
available when the
in the system.
system has area 1 only.
Both addresss 0144 and
0145 are set to 0.
–
Program the address
0144 to a number from 1
to 15. Program the
address 0145 to 1.
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Occasionally abnormal
–
communication in use of
Contact ID/personal
Extension system is used –
Add dial delay in
in the telephone
programming.
network.
telephone alarm.
–
–
The telephone network
169
Connect the system after
the ADSL filter.
support ADSL as well.
No response from keypad and –
The zone silent alarm is
alarm siren (disabled) when
enabled.
–
Disable the zone silent
alarm.
an alarm is triggered by the
zone.
The control panel cannot
–
The transmission format
–
Program the
send any reports
of the receiver is
transmission format of
(programmed to send reports
programmed to 0 = not
the receiver to 1 or 3.
to receiver).
used.
A-LINK cannot be connected
with ITS- DX4020-G.
–
The parameters of ITS-
–
Recommend to set the
DX4020-G are not
parameter ACK TIMEOUT
properly set.
of ITS-DX4020-G to the
maximum (600) and set
TRANSMIT BUFFER LIFE
TIME to the maximum
(120).
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Technical Data
Panel
Enclosure:
Dimensions (HxWxD):
–
375 x 322 x 88 mm(L x W x H)
Weight:
–
4700g
Relative Humidity:
–
10%-95%
Operating Temperature:
–
-10°C - +55°C
–
2 wire fire zone or Single or dual end-of-line (EOL
Environmental Considerations:
Supervised Zones:
Onboard:
Z1:
2,2KΩ) tamper point support
Z2 - Z16 COM:
–
15 Single or dual end-of-line (EOL 2,2KΩ) tamper
point support
Tamper:
–
Enclosure tamper input (does not reduce point
capacity)
Outputs (PO):
Programmable Onboard:
PO -1:
–
supervised output max 500mA
PO -2:
–
supervised output max 500mA
PO +3:
–
+12V / max 750mA
PO +4:
–
+12V / max 750mA
–
/ max 100mA
Zones:
–
64
Users:
–
64
Key Fob Users:
–
DSRF = 24, Radion = 128
Events:
–
254 history events, stamped with time and date
–
254 EN history events, stamped with time and date
–
254 dialer history events, stamped with time and date
Pin Code variations:
–
1.000.000
Keypads:
–
16
DX 3010:
–
2
Onboard:
Watchdog PO -5:
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B 426 or DX 4020 or DX
–
2
DX2010:
–
6
DX 4010:
–
1
RF Receiver:
–
1
RF Repeater:
–
DSRF = 0, Radion = 8
RF Sensors:
–
64
RF Keyfobs:
–
DSRF = 24, Radion = 128
Power Supply Type:
–
EN = A
Transformer:
–
230V Input/18VAC 50VA Fuse=1A
AC Input:
–
AC Input Voltage: 195 VAC to 253 VAC
–
Line Voltage Frequency: 50 Hz
–
maximum current for all components 2000mA
–
max current for all components Battery 7Ah standby
4020G (only 1):
–
Power:
DC Output:
12h (recharge Batt 80% in 72h) = 550mA
–
max current for all components Battery 17Ah standby
12h (recharge Batt 80% in 72h) = 1500mA
–
max current for all components Battery 17Ah standby
36h (recharge Batt 80% in 24h) = 480mA
Aux 1(+12V/GND) Output:
–
Nominal Output Voltage under AC line input: 13,8 VDC
+3% / -5%
–
Output Voltage Range under AC line input: 13.11 VDC
to 14.2 VDC
Aux 1(+12V/GND) Output:
–
900mA maximum
–
Vpp (max) 675mV
–
Nominal Output Voltage under AC line input: 13,8 VDC
+3% / -5%
–
Output Voltage Range under AC line input: 13.11 VDC
to 14.2 VDC
Option Bus 1:
–
900mA maximum
–
Vpp (max) 675mV
–
Nominal Output Voltage under AC line input: 13,8 VDC
+3% / -5%
–
Output Voltage Range under AC line input: 13.11 VDC
to 14.2 VDC
Option Bus 2:
–
900mA maximum
–
Nominal Output Voltage under AC line input: 13,8 VDC
+3% / -5%
–
Output Voltage Range under AC line input: 13.11 VDC
to 14.2 VDC
–
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Panel PCB:
–
Quiescent current maximum 100mA
Battery:
–
12V/7 Ah, lead acid rechargeable
–
12V/17Ah, lead acid rechargeable
–
Low battery condition is below 11,0 VDC
–
Minimum battery condition is 10,8VDC
–
EN 50131-3 Grade-3 Environmental Class-II
Certification:
173
Keypads:
IUI-AMAX4-TEXT (LCD Text Keypad)
Relative Humidity:
–
10%-95%
Operating Temperature:
–
-10°C - +55°C
Input Voltage range:
–
10.8VDC - 13.8VDC
Current Consumption:
–
standby 31mA
–
maximum 100mA
–
four wire, AWG18 or AWG22
–
maximum length 200m (Panel to last KP)
–
maximum BUS 1 length 700m (max 14 devices, max 8
Cable requirements:
KPs)
–
maximum BUS 2 length 700m (max 14 devices, max 8
KPs)
EN type:
–
EN = B, IK = 06, IP = 30
Certification:
–
EN 50131-3 Grade-3 Environmental Class-II
IUI-AMAX3-LED16 (16 Zone LED Keypad)
Relative Humidity:
–
10%-95%
Operating Temperature:
–
-10°C - +55°C
Input Voltage range:
–
10.8VDC - 13.8VDC
Current Consumption:
–
standby 31mA
–
maximum 60mA
–
four wire, AWG18 or AWG22
–
maximum length 200m (Panel to last KP)
–
maximum BUS 1 length 700m (max 14 devices, 8 KPs)
–
maximum BUS 2 length 700m (max 14 devices, 8 KPs)
EN type:
–
EN = B, IK = 06, IP = 30
Certification:
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EN 50131-3 Grade-3 Environmental Class-II
Cable requirements:
IUI-AMAX3-LED8 (8 Zone LED Keypad)
Relative Humidity:
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10%-95%
Operating Temperature:
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-10°C - +55°C
Input Voltage range:
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12V normal
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Current Consumption:
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standby 31mA
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maximum 60mA
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four wire, AWG18 or AWG22
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maximum length 200m (Panel to last KP)
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maximum BUS 1 length 700m (max 14 devices, 8 KPs)
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maximum BUS 2 length 700m (max 14 devices, 8 KPs)
EN type:
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EN = B, IK = 06, IP = 30
Certification:
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EN 50131-3 Grade-3 Environmental Class-II
Cable requirements:
2013.07 | 03 | F.01U.267.112
Installation Guide
Bosch Sicherheitsysteme GmbH
Bosch Sicherheitssysteme GmbH
Robert-Bosch-Ring 5
85630 Grasbrunn
Germany
www.boschsecurity.com
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