Bosch D6100IPv6 Installation guide

Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6
Program Entry Guide
EN
Receiver/Gateway
Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 | Program Entry Guide | Trademarks
Trademarks
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document. In most cases, these designations are
claimed as trademarks or registered trademarks in
one or more countries by their respective owners.
Rather than placing a trademark symbol in every
occurrence of a trademark name, Bosch Security
Systems, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as Bosch) uses
the names only in an editorial fashion and to the
benefit of the trademark owner with no intention of
infringing the trademark.
CoBox is a trademark of Lantronix.
Referenced Documentation
Table 1: Referenced Conettix Documentation
Document Name
Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 Operation
and Installation Guide
Conettix D6600/D6100 IPv6 Computer
Interface Manual
Conettix D6200 Operation and
Installation Guide
Part Number
4998122704
4998122703
4998154991
Receiver Keypad Operations
Legend
Press a button on the keypad.
D6600
D6100IPv6
M/E
ENTER
D6600
D 6100IPv6
M/E
MENU
D6600 D6100IPv6
C AN
Enter keys
Menu keys
Cancel keys
CANCEL
D6600
D6100IPv6
Up arrow keys
D6600
D6100IPv6
Down arrow keys
Mouse Operations Legend
These symbols signify mouse operations:
Double-click the left mouse button.
Click the left mouse button once.
Click the left mouse button once and hold.
Click the right mouse button once.
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Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 | Program Entry Guide | UL 864 Required Settings
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UL 864 Required Settings
Notice to users, installers, authorities having jurisdiction (AHJ), and other involved parties: This product
incorporates field-programmable software. In order for the product to comply with the requirements in the
Standard for Control Units and Accessories for Fire Alarm Systems, UL 864, certain programming features or
options must be limited to specific values or not used at all as indicated:
Programming
Option
Buzzer
Busy Seconds
Reports
External
Parallel Printer
Line Sniff
CPU
Programmable
Input 1
Possible Settings
Settings permitted in UL864
Buzzer off
Buzzer on for any events
Buzzer on for system trouble conditions
Buzzer on for new events when the automation link fails or
any system trouble conditions occur
- 4: Buzzer on for new events when printer link fails or any
system trouble conditions occur
- 0: No Busy Seconds Reports
- 1: Busy Seconds Reports for UL applications
- 3: Buzzer on for new events
when the automation link
fails or any system trouble
conditions occur.
- 1: Primary: All reports go to this device
- 2: Secondary: Reports go to this device only after all primary
devices fail
- 3: Always On: All reports go to this device whether or not it is
functional
- 4: Always Off: Device is disabled. No reports sent to this
device
- 0: Disable phone line supervision
- 1: Enable phone line supervision
- 2: Disable phone line supervision and disable Busy Seconds
Report
- 0: The UPS AC Lost signal or the Low Battery signal is not
monitored
- 1: Monitoring the UPS AC Lost signal
- 2: Monitoring the UPS Low Battery signal
- 3: Always On: All reports go to
this device whether or not it
is functional
-
0:
1:
2:
3:
CPU
Programmable
Input 2
- 0: The UPS AC Lost signal or the Low Battery signal is not
monitored
- 1: Monitoring the UPS AC Lost signal
- 2: Monitoring the UPS Low Battery signal
Duration (TwoWay Audio)
Battery
Supervision
- 0 to 15
- 0: The UPS AC Lost signal or the Low Battery signal is not
monitored
- 1: Monitoring the UPS AC Lost signal
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- 1: Busy Seconds Reports for
UL applications
- 1: Enable phone line
supervision
D6600:
- 1: Monitoring the UPS AC Lost
signal
D6100IPv6:
- Battery connected:
Setting not required
- Battery not connected:
1: Monitoring the UPS AC Lost
signal
D6600:
- 2: Monitoring the UPS Low
Battery signal
D6100IPv6:
- Battery connected:
Setting not required
- Battery not connected:
2: Monitoring the UPS Low
Battery signal
- 0: Disabled
D6600:
- 0: Battery is not supervised
(UPS is required)
D6100IPv6 (when battery is
used):
- 1: Battery is supervised
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Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 | Program Entry Guide | Contents
Contents
1.0
1.1
1.2
2.0
2.1
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.1.4
2.1.5
2.1.6
2.1.7
2.1.8
2.1.9
2.1.10
2.2
2.2.1
2.2.2
2.2.3
2.2.4
2.2.5
2.2.6
2.2.7
2.2.8
2.2.9
2.2.10
2.2.11
2.2.12
2.2.13
2.2.14
2.2.15
2.2.16
2.2.17
2.2.18
2.2.19
2.2.20
2.2.21
2.2.22
2.2.23
2.2.24
2.2.25
2.2.26
2.2.27
2.2.28
2.2.29
2.2.30
2.2.31
2.2.32
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Event Database .................................... 7
Display Sort by Time/Date ....................... 7
Display Current System Troubles ............ 7
CPU Configuration ............................... 8
Change Password .................................... 8
Manager Password .................................. 8
Supervisor Password 1 ............................ 8
Supervisor Password 2 ............................ 8
Supervisor Password 3 (D6600 Only) ..... 8
Operator Password 1 .............................. 8
Operator Password 2 .............................. 8
Operator Password 3 .............................. 8
Operator Password 4 (D6600 Only) ........ 8
Operator Password 5 (D6600 Only) ........ 8
Operator Password 6 (D6600 Only) ........ 8
Global ...................................................... 8
Time Setup .............................................. 8
Date Setup ............................................... 9
Set Country ............................................. 9
Enable Input Commands ......................... 9
Line Card 1 Line 1, 2 ............................. 10
Line Card 1, Line 3. 4 (D6600 Only) ...... 10
Line Card 2, Line 5, 6 (D6600 Only) ...... 10
Line Card 2, Line 7, 8 (D6600 Only) ...... 10
Line Card 3, Line 9, 10 (D6600 Only) .... 10
Line Card 3, Line 11, 12 (D6600 Only) .. 10
Line Card 4, Line 13, 14 (D6600 Only) .. 10
Line Card 4, Line 15, 16 (D6600 Only) .. 10
Line Card 5, Line 17, 18 (D6600 Only) .. 10
Line Card 5, Line 19, 20 (D6600 Only) .. 10
Line Card 6, Line 21, 22 (D6600 Only) .. 10
Line Card 6, Line 23, 24 (D6600 Only) .. 10
Line Card 7, Line 25, 26 (D6600 Only) .. 10
Line Card 7, Line 27, 28 (D6600 Only) .. 10
Line Card 8, Line 29, 30 (D6600 Only) .. 10
Line Card 8, Line 31, 32 (D6600 Only) .. 10
Buzzer .................................................... 11
Armed Status ......................................... 11
Busy Seconds Reports ........................... 11
Report Grouping .................................... 11
Point/User Text ...................................... 11
CPU Programmable Output 1 ................ 11
CPU Programmable Output 2 ................ 11
CPU Programmable Input 1 ................... 11
CPU Programmable Input 2 ................... 12
Receiver Number ................................... 12
Line Card Refresh .................................. 12
Time Zone .............................................. 12
2.2.33
2.2.34
2.2.35
2.2.36
2.2.37
2.2.38
2.2.39
2.2.40
2.3
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.3.3
2.3.4
2.3.5
2.3.6
2.3.7
2.3.8
2.3.9
2.3.10
2.3.11
2.3.12
2.3.13
2.3.14
2.3.15
2.3.16
2.3.17
2.3.18
2.3.19
2.3.20
2.3.21
2.3.22
2.3.23
2.3.24
2.3.25
2.3.26
2.3.27
2.3.28
2.3.29
2.3.30
2.3.31
2.3.32
2.5
2.5.1
2.5.2
2.5.3
2.5.4
2.5.5
2.5.6
2.5.7
2.5.8
External Parallel Printer ........................ 12
Battery Supervision ............................... 13
No Data Received Reports..................... 13
SIA Event Account Number (D6600 Only)
.............................................................. 13
Line Group Report ................................. 13
Modem3 Account Number ..................... 13
DST Start Week ..................................... 13
DST End Week ....................................... 13
Line Group............................................. 14
Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) ....................... 14
Line Card 1/Line 2 (L02) ....................... 14
Line Card 1/Line 3 (L03) (D6600 Only) 14
Line Card 1/Line 4 (L04) (D6600 Only) 14
Line Card 2/Line 1 (L05) (D6600 Only) 14
Line Card 2/Line 2 (L06) (D6600 Only) 14
Line Card 2/Line 3 (L07) (D6600 Only) 15
Line Card 2/Line 4 (L08) (D6600 Only) 15
Line Card 3/Line 1 (L09) (D6600 Only) 15
Line Card 3/Line 2 (L10) (D6600 Only) 15
Line Card 3/Line 3 (L11) (D6600 Only) 15
Line Card 3/Line 4 (L12) (D6600 Only) 15
Line Card 4/Line 1 (L13) (D6600 Only) 15
Line Card 4/Line 2 (L14) (D6600 Only) 15
Line Card 4/Line 3 (L15) (D6600 Only) 15
Line Card 4/Line 4 (L16) (D6600 Only) 15
Line Card 5/Line 1 (L17) (D6600 Only) 15
Line Card 5/Line 2 (L18) (D6600 Only) 15
Line Card 5/Line 3 (L19) (D6600 Only) 15
Line Card 5/Line 4 (L20) (D6600 Only) 15
Line Card 6/Line 1 (L21) (D6600 Only) 15
Line Card 6/Line 2 (L22) (D6600 Only) 15
Line Card 6/Line 3 (L23) (D6600 Only) 15
Line Card 6/Line 4 (L24) (D6600 Only) 15
Line Card 7/Line 1 (L25) (D6600 Only) 16
Line Card 7/Line 2 (L26) (D6600 Only) 16
Line Card 7/Line 3 (L27) (D6600 Only) 16
Line Card 7/Line 4 (L28) (D6600 Only) 16
Line Card 8/Line 1 (L29) (D6600 Only) 16
Line Card 8/Line 2 (L30) (D6600 Only) 16
Line Card 8/Line 3 (L31) (D6600 Only) 16
Line Card 8/Line 4 (L32) (D6600 Only) 16
COM3 Automation Configuration .......... 16
Retry Number ........................................ 16
Baud Rate .............................................. 16
Data Bit ................................................. 16
Parity ..................................................... 17
Stop Bit ................................................. 17
Link Test ................................................ 17
Automation Wait .................................... 17
Header ................................................... 17
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2.5.9
2.5.10
2.5.11
2.5.12
2.5.13
2.5.14
2.5.15
2.5.16
2.5.17
2.6
3.0
3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.1.4
3.1.5
3.1.6
3.1.7
3.1.8
3.1.9
3.2
3.2.1
3.3
3.3.1
4.0
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
4.5.4
4.5.5
4.5.6
4.5.7
4.5.8
4.5.9
5.0
5.1
6.0
6.1
6.1.1
6.1.2
6.1.3
Trailer .................................................... 17
BFSK Fire Bit ......................................... 17
Modem IIe Fire ....................................... 18
SIA Fire Restore ..................................... 19
Packet Separator (/) .............................. 19
Sub Subscriber ...................................... 19
Output Format ....................................... 19
SFSK1 Output ........................................ 20
Format ID (D6600 Only) ........................ 22
Return CPU Configuration to Default .... 24
Line Card Configuration ..................... 24
Handshake Tones .................................. 24
Tones ..................................................... 24
Phone Supervision ................................. 26
Line Formats .......................................... 26
Two-Way Audio ...................................... 31
Line Identification .................................. 34
Reserved Feature ................................... 34
Event 3-1 or 4-1 ..................................... 35
Event 4-2 or 4-3 ..................................... 35
Automation (D6600 Only)...................... 36
Setting Default Line Configuration ........ 38
Default Line Configuration from the
Keypad ................................................... 38
Copy Selected Line Configuration to
Another Line .......................................... 39
Copy Selected Line Configuration from
the Keypad ............................................. 39
Host Programming ............................. 39
Programming Password (Reserved) ...... 39
Host Phone Number (Reserved) ............ 39
Modem Ready to Receive (Reserved) .... 39
Dialing (Reserved) ................................. 39
Parameters ............................................ 39
COM4 Baud Rate ................................... 39
COM4 Data Bit ....................................... 39
COM4 Parity .......................................... 39
COM4 Stop Bit ...................................... 39
Modem Selection (Reserved Feature) ... 39
Reserved Feature ................................... 39
RS-232 Firmware Programming Enable . 39
Remote Access Permission (Reserved
Feature) ................................................. 40
RS-232 Direct Access Permission .......... 40
Firmware Version ............................... 40
Checking CPU and Line Card Firmware
Versions ................................................. 40
Network Configuration ....................... 41
COM4 Network Adapter (D6600 only) .. 41
COM4 Baud Rate ................................... 41
COM4 Data Bit ....................................... 41
COM4 Parity .......................................... 41
6.1.4
6.1.5
6.1.6
6.2
6.2.1
6.2.2
6.2.3
6.2.4
6.2.5
6.2.6
6.3
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.3.3
6.3.4
6.3.5
6.3.6
6.3.7
6.4
6.4.1
6.4.2
6.4.3
6.4.4
6.4.5
6.4.6
6.5
6.6
6.6.1
6.6.2
6.6.3
6.6.4
6.6.5
6.6.6
6.6.7
6.6.8
6.6.9
6.6.10
6.6.11
6.6.12
6.6.13
6.6.14
6.6.15
6.6.16
6.7
6.7.1
6.7.2
6.7.3
6.7.4
6.7.5
6.7.6
6.7.7
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COM4 Stop Bit ...................................... 41
COM4 Network Adapter ........................ 41
COM4 Network Encryption Enabled ...... 41
COM1 Network Adapter (D6600)/Network
Adapter (D6100IPv6)............................. 41
COM1 Baud Rate (D6600 only) ............. 41
COM1 Data Bit (D6600 only) ................ 41
COM1 Parity (D6600 only) .................... 41
COM1 Stop Bit ...................................... 42
Network Adapter ................................... 42
Network Encryption Enabled ................. 42
Network Automation Connection .......... 42
IP Address ............................................. 42
Port........................................................ 42
Polling Interval....................................... 42
Retry Number ........................................ 42
ACK Wait................................................ 42
Network Automation Output Format ..... 43
Device .................................................... 43
D6200 Network Connection .................. 43
IP Address 1 .......................................... 43
IP Address 2 .......................................... 43
IP Address 3 .......................................... 43
Reserved ................................................ 43
Network Programming Enable ............... 43
Login Password ..................................... 43
Network Printer (Reserved) .................. 44
Event 3-1 OR 4-1 ................................... 44
Event 3-1 – Digit 0 ................................. 44
Event 3-1 – Digit 1 ................................. 44
Event 3-1 – Digit 2 ................................. 44
Event 3-1 – Digit 3 ................................. 44
Event 3-1 – Digit 4 ................................. 44
Event 3-1 – Digit 5 ................................. 44
Event 3-1 – Digit 6 ................................. 44
Event 3-1 – Digit 7 ................................. 44
Event 3-1 – Digit 9 ................................. 44
Event 3-1 – Digit 9 ................................. 44
Event 3-1 – Digit A ................................. 44
Event 3-1 – Digit B ................................. 44
Event 3-1 – Digit C................................. 44
Event 3-1 – Digit D ................................ 44
Event 3-1 – Digit E ................................. 45
Event 3-1 – Digit F ................................. 45
4-2 OR 4-3 ............................................. 45
Event 4-2 – Digit 0 ................................. 45
Event 4-2 – Digit 1 ................................. 45
Event 4-2 – Digit 2 ................................. 45
Event 4-2 – Digit 3 ................................. 45
Event 4-2 – Digit 4 ................................. 45
Event 4-2 – Digit 5 ................................. 45
Event 4-2 – Digit 6 ................................. 45
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6.7.8
6.7.9
6.7.10
6.7.11
6.7.12
6.7.13
6.7.14
6.7.15
6.7.16
6.8
6.8.1
6.8.2
6.8.3
6.8.4
6.8.5
Event 4-2 – Digit 7 ................................. 45
Event 4-2 – Digit 8 ................................. 45
Event 4-2 – Digit 9 ................................. 45
Event 4-2 – Digit A ................................. 45
Event 4-2 – Digit B ................................. 45
Event 4-2 – Digit C ................................. 45
Event 4-2 – Digit D ................................. 45
Event 4-2 – Digit E ................................. 45
Event 4-2 – Digit F ................................. 45
Global Parameters ................................. 45
C900 Fallback Reminder ........................ 45
Substitution Monitor ............................. 46
Disable Account by Substitution ........... 46
Virtual Account Replacement ................ 46
Network Naming Convention (NNC)
Enabled .................................................. 46
6.8.6 Reserved ................................................ 46
6.8.7 Output for Modem II/III Formats .............. 46
6
7.0
Database Configuration ..................... 47
7.1
Add or modify an account ..................... 47
7.1.1 Virtual Account Number ........................ 47
7.1.2 Enable Communication ......................... 47
7.1.3 Poll Rate ................................................ 47
7.1.4 ACK Wait................................................ 47
7.1.5 Virtual Line Number ............................... 47
7.1.6 Priority ................................................... 47
7.1.7 Virtual Receiver Number ........................ 47
7.1.8 Resync Key for Anti-Sub ........................ 47
7.1.9 Time Sync Enable .................................. 47
7.2
Delete an Account ................................. 47
7.3
View Account Status.............................. 47
8.0
Registered Accounts .......................... 47
9.0
Exit Menu........................................... 47
Appendix A: Important Information ............... 48
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Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 | Program Entry Guide | 1.0
Event Database
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1.0 Event Database
The Event Database stores all trouble conditions
and alarm messages that occur in the
D6600/D6100IPv6. The maximum number of
events stored in the database is 20,000 for the
D6600 and 2000 for the D6100IPv6.
After the database reaches capacity, the next
event forces the oldest event out of the database.
This is typically known as First In, First Out
(FIFO).
To enter the Event Database:
D6600
D6100IPv6
M/ E
MENU
D 6 60 0
D 61 0 0 IPv6
D6 6 00
D6 10 0 IPv6
Select another message.
The last message in the database appears.
1.2
D6600
D6100IPv6
CAN
CANCEL
repeatedly.
Display Current System Troubles
Enter password.
D66 0 0
D6600
D6100IPv6
M/E
ENTER
The System Trouble LED flashes ON
and OFF to indicate that you entered the
programming mode. The System
Trouble LED continues flashing until you
exit the programming mode.
1.1
Display Sort by Time/Date
D6600
D6100IPv6
M/E
ENTER
D6600
D6100IPv6
D 6 10 0 IPv6
D6600
D6100IPv6
M/E
ENTER
The number in brackets shows the total current
system troubles. The bottom line is the most
recent system trouble.
D66 0 0
D 6 10 0 IPv6
D6 6 0 0
D 61 00 IPv6
D 6 60 0
D 61 0 0 IPv6
C A N CANCEL
M/E
ENTER
Scroll back through the
trouble conditions.
repeatedly.
Enter the event number (from 1 to 20000).
D6600
D6100IPv6
M/E
ENTER
D66 00
D 6 100IPv6
M /E
E NT E R
See the expanded message if
the stored event has multiple
lines of text.
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2.0 CPU Configuration
2.1
Change Password
A password can be up to eight
hexadecimal (0 to 9 and A to F)
characters.
For security purposes, change all
default passwords.
2.1.1
Manager Password
Default (D6600):
(D6100IPv6):
6600
6100
The manager has full access to all programming
options.
The D6600/D6100IPv6 LCD shows:
To change the password:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
D6 6 00
D 6 10 0 IPv6
D6600
D6100IPv6
M/E
ENTER
D6600
D6100IPv6
M/E
ENTER
D6600
D6100IPv6
M/E
ENTER
Enter the new password.
D6600
D6100IPv6
M/E
ENTER
D6 6 0 0
D 6 1 00 IPv6
C A N CANCEL
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CPU Configuration
2.1.2
Supervisor Password 1
Default (D6600):
(D6100IPv6):
6601
6101
The supervisor has access to all programming
options.
Refer to Menu Item 2.1.1 Manager Password for
programming information.
2.1.3 Supervisor Password 2
Default (D6600):
(D6100IPv6):
6602
6102
Refer to Menu Item 2.1.1 Manager Password for
programming information.
2.1.4 Supervisor Password 3 (D6600 Only)
Default:
6603
Refer to Menu Item 2.1.1 Manager Password for
programming information.
2.1.5 Operator Password 1
Default:
1234
The operator has restricted access. The operator can
only view stored alarms and confirm current firmware
versions here.
Refer to Menu Item 2.1.1 Manager Password for
programming information.
2.1.6 Operator Password 2
Default:
1234
Refer to Menu Item 2.1.1 Manager Password for
programming information.
2.1.7 Operator Password 3
Default:
1234
Refer to Menu Item 2.1.1 Manager Password for
programming information.
2.1.8 Operator Password 4 (D6600 Only)
Default:
1234
Refer to Menu Item 2.1.1 Manager Password for
programming information.
2.1.9 Operator Password 5 (D6600 Only)
Default:
1234
Refer to Menu Item 2.1.1 Manager Password for
programming information.
2.1.10 Operator Password 6 (D6600 Only)
Default:
1234
Refer to Menu Item 2.1.1 Manager Password for
programming information.
2.2
Global
2.2.1
Time Setup
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CPU Configuration
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The Time and Date display format is
determined by the programming for
Menu Item 2.2.3 Set Country.
4.
5.
1.
2.
3.
D6 6 00
D6100IPv6
M/E
ENTER
D6600
D6100IPv6
M/E
ENTER
6.
2.2.3
4.
D6600
D6100IPv6
M/E
ENTER
Enter the current time.
5.
6.
D6600
D6100IPv6
M/E
ENTER
D6 6 0 0
D 6 1 00 IPv6
C A N CANCEL
2.2.2
Date Setup
2.
3.
D6 6 00
M/E
ENTER
D6600
D6100IPv6
M/E
ENTER
D6600
D6100IPv6
M/E
ENTER
Set Country
Default:
1
Selections:
1 or 2
1
USA (MM/DD/YY)
2
Europe (DD/MM/YY)
Set the country code for the time and date display.
2.2.4 Enable Input Commands
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Ignore all input commands.
1
Process all input commands.
When set to 1, the D6600/D6100IPv6 processes any
input commands sent from the computer connected to
COM3. The central station automation software
running on this computer must support input
commands.
The Time and Date display format is set
in Menu Item 2.2.3 Set Country.
1.
D6100IPv6
Enter the current date.
D 6 10 0 IPv6
D6600
D6600
Input commands work only over a direct
RS-232 connection.
D 6 10 0 IPv6
D6600
D6100IPv6
M/E
ENTER
D6600
D6100IPv6
M/E
ENTER
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2.2.5
Line Card 1 Line 1, 2
CPU Configuration
2.2.13 Line Card 5, Line 17, 18 (D6600 Only)
Default:
1
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Disable
1
Enable
2.2.6
Refer to Menu Item 2.2.5 Line Card 1 Line 1, 2 for
programming information.
2.2.14 Line Card 5, Line 19, 20 (D6600 Only)
Line Card 1, Line 3. 4 (D6600 Only)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 2.2.5 Line Card 1 Line 1, 2 for
programming information.
2.2.7 Line Card 2, Line 5, 6 (D6600 Only)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 2.2.5 Line Card 1 Line 1, 2 for
programming information.
2.2.8 Line Card 2, Line 7, 8 (D6600 Only)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 2.2.5 Line Card 1 Line 1, 2 for
programming information.
2.2.9 Line Card 3, Line 9, 10 (D6600 Only)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 2.2.5 Line Card 1 Line 1, 2 for
programming information.
2.2.10 Line Card 3, Line 11, 12 (D6600 Only)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 2.2.5 Line Card 1 Line 1, 2 for
programming information.
2.2.11 Line Card 4, Line 13, 14 (D6600 Only)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 2.2.5 Line Card 1 Line 1, 2 for
programming information.
2.2.12 Line Card 4, Line 15, 16 (D6600 Only)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 2.2.5 Line Card 1 Line 1, 2 for
programming information.
10
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 2.2.5 Line Card 1 Line 1, 2 for
programming information.
2.2.15 Line Card 6, Line 21, 22 (D6600 Only)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 2.2.5 Line Card 1 Line 1, 2 for
programming information.
2.2.16 Line Card 6, Line 23, 24 (D6600 Only)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 2.2.5 Line Card 1 Line 1, 2 for
programming information.
2.2.17 Line Card 7, Line 25, 26 (D6600 Only)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 2.2.5 Line Card 1 Line 1, 2 for
programming information.
2.2.18 Line Card 7, Line 27, 28 (D6600 Only)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 2.2.5 Line Card 1 Line 1, 2 for
programming information.
2.2.19 Line Card 8, Line 29, 30 (D6600 Only)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 2.2.5 Line Card 1 Line 1, 2 for
programming information.
2.2.20 Line Card 8, Line 31, 32 (D6600 Only)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 2.2.5 Line Card 1 Line 1, 2 for
programming information.
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2.2.21 Buzzer
2.2.25 Point/User Text
Default:
3
Default:
1
Selections:
0 to 4
Selections:
0 to 2
0
Buzzer off
1
Buzzer on for any events
2
Buzzer on for system trouble conditions
3
Buzzer on for new events when the
automation link fails or any system trouble
conditions occur
4
CPU Configuration
Buzzer on for new events when printer link
fails or any system trouble conditions occur
2.2.22 Armed Status
0
1
2
*
No Point and User ID Text
Send Point and User text only to the printer
Send Point and User text to both the printer
and automation software.*
This option works in SIA Mode Automation only.
Print Point Text and User Text on the external printer
and automation software.
2.2.26 CPU Programmable Output 1
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Default:
0
0
Disable the output
Selections:
0 or 1
1
Turns output on when the COM3
automation link fails.
0
1
Armed Status of D4112/6112 does not print
at test time.
Armed Status of D4112/6112 prints at test
time.
2.2.23 Busy Seconds Reports
Default:
1
Selections:
0 or 1
Outputs 1 and 2 can now signal when the COM3
automation link fails.
Press the [ACKNOWLEDGE] button to clear the
output.
Refer to Input and Output Ports in the
D6600/D6100IPv6 Operation and Installation Guide
(P/N: 4998122704).
2.2.27 CPU Programmable Output 2
0
No Busy Seconds Reports.
Default:
0
1
Busy Seconds Reports for UL applications.*
Selections:
0 or 1
*
Set this item to 1 to meet the requirements for UL
certification. Refer to Busy Seconds Reports in the
D6600/D6100IPv6 Operation and Installation Guide
(P/N: 4998122704).
2.2.24 Report Grouping
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Prints messages as the D6600/D6100IPv6
processes them.
1
Stores messages, then prints when the
D6600/D6100IPv6 completes the call.
Report Grouping stores the incoming messages (up
to 40, depending on the format and the Maximum On
Line Time option) until the call completes. Then the
D6600/D6100IPv6 sends the group of messages from
the same call to the reporting devices. Report
Grouping prints messages in the order the
D6600/D6100IPv6 processes them.
0
Disable the output
1
Turns output on when COM3 automation link
fails.
Outputs 1 and 2 can now signal when the COM3
automation link fails.
Press the [ACKNOWLEDGE] button to clear the
output.
Refer to Input and Output Ports in the
D6600/D6100IPv6 Operation and Installation Guide
(P/N: 4998122704).
2.2.28 CPU Programmable Input 1
Default:
0
Selections:
0 to 2
0
The UPS AC Lost or the Low Battery signal is
not monitored.
1
Monitoring the UPS AC Lost.
2
Monitoring the UPS Low Battery.
The D6600/D6100IPv6 is connected to an
uninterruptible power supply (UPS), and monitors the
AC Lost signal and the Low Battery signal supplied by
the UPS.
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Refer to Input and Output Ports in the
D6600/D6100IPv6 Operation and Installation Guide
(P/N: 4998122704).
2.2.29 CPU Programmable Input 2
Default:
0
Selections:
0 to 2
0
The UPS AC Lost or the Low Battery signal is
not monitored.
1
Monitoring the UPS AC Lost.
2
Monitoring the UPS Low Battery.
The D6600/D6100IPv6 is connected to an
uninterruptible power supply (UPS), and monitors the
AC Lost signal and the Low Battery signal supplied by
the UPS.
Refer to Input and Output Ports in the
D6600/D6100IPv6 Operation and Installation Guide
(P/N: 4998122704).
2.2.30 Receiver Number
Default:
01
Selections:
01 or 99
Enter the Receiver/Gateway Number.
2.2.31 Line Card Refresh
2.2.32 Time Zone
Default:
0
Selections:
-12 to +14
Enter the offset from UTC for the Time Zone that the
receiver is located in. For example, -5 for the Eastern
Time Zone in the US.
Time Zone is the offset from Coordinated Universal
Time (UTC) by a whole number of hours.
2.2.33 External Parallel Printer
The D6600/D6100IPv6 needs an external parallel
printer. Refer to the operation and installation guide
for compatible printers. Enable, disable, or use the
parallel printer as a backup in case the computer
automation system fails.
Default:
3
Selections:
1 to 4
1
Primary: All reports go to this device.
2
Secondary: Reports go to this device only
after all primary devices fail.
3
2
Always On: All reports go to this device
whether or not it is functional.
4
Always Off: Device is disabled. No reports
are sent to this device.
1
2
*
Default:
6
Selections:
0 to 20
0
Does not refresh regardless of the number
of No Data Received Reports.
1 to 6
After six consecutive No Data Received
Reports or Data Errors Reports the line
card refreshes.
7 to
20
The actual number of consecutive No
Data Received Reports or Data Errors
Reports before the line card refreshes.
*
CPU Configuration
1
Set this item to 1 to meet the requirements for UL
Burg/Automatic certification if you are not using a computer
automation system and have the parallel printer installed.
2
Set this item to 3 to meet the requirements for UL
Fire/Burg/Automatic certification if you are using a computer
automation system and have the parallel printer installed.
Needs at least six consecutive No Data Received Reports or
Data Errors Reports to perform a refresh.
Table 2: No Data Received and Data Error
Codes
No Data
Received
Data Error
D6500 Mode
X 63
SIA Mode
[NUT04]
X 62
[NYN]
Press the [ACKNOWLEDGE] button to clear the
output.
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2.2.34 Battery Supervision
Default:
1
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Battery is not supervised.
1
Battery is supervised.
When Battery Supervision is 1, and the battery is
disconnected or low, a BATTERY MISSING or
BATTERY BAD message appears on the display, and
the green power LED flashes. The trouble message
also prints or is sent to the computer automation
system when those options are enabled. When used
in a UL Listed central station, set the Battery
Supervision to 1 if no UPS is present.
2.2.35 No Data Received Reports
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
No Data Received and Data Error reports are
not sent to the automation PC.
1
No Data Received and Data Error reports are
sent to the automation PC.
2.2.36 SIA Event Account Number (D6600 Only)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
2.2.38 Modem3 Account Number
The number of the account code in a Modem3 event
can be 4 to 10 digits.
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Do not strip leading zeros in Modem3
account number.
1
Strip leading zeros in Modem3 account
number, but keep at least four digits in
the account number.
Example: 000123 is 0123
0000012345 is 12345
2.2.39 DST Start Week
Default:
0
Selections:
MMWW
0
DST is disabled
Input the 4 digit number of month (MM) and the week
(WW) of the month that Daylight Saving Time (DST)
starts each year. It takes effect on Sunday of that
week at 2:00am.
For example, 0302 means DST starts on Sunday at
2:00am in the second week of March and the clock
will be adjusted to 3:00am.
2.2.40 DST End Week
0
Does not remove leading zeros in SIA event
account number.
Default:
0
Selections:
MMWW
1
Removes leading zeros in SIA event account
number.
Example: 001234 becomes 1234
Example: AA1234 becomes 1234
0
2.2.37 Line Group Report
Default:
1
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Use an actual line number.
1
Use line group number.
CPU Configuration
DST is disabled
Input the 4 digit number of month (MM) and the week
(WW) of the month that Daylight Saving Time (DST)
ends each year. It takes effect on Sunday of that
week at 2:00am if Country Code (2.2.3) is set to a 1
or at 3:00am if Country Code is set to a 2.
For example, 1101 means DST ends on Sunday in
the first week of November at 2:00am or 3:00am
depending upon the setting of 2.2.3.
When DNIS and ANI are enabled (Selection 1
in Menu Item
3.1.5.4 ANI (D6600 Only)on
page 34), this option automatically
changes to zero.
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Line Group
This section contains program items that determine
how lines are supervised and how incoming
messages are identified by the D6600.
ULC requires the following:
If the lines (numbers) are in a single
hunt group (refer to the definition in
CAN/ULC-S304-06), they shall be
individually accessible; otherwise,
separate hunt groups shall be required.
These lines shall be used for no other
purpose than receiving signals from a
digital alarm communicator transmitter.
These lines (numbers) shall be unlisted.
Group Lines when using rotary lines or hunt
groups: When receiver/gateway phone lines are
included in a rotary hunt group (Figure 1), use the
entries in the Line Groups to assign each line to a
group.
Figure 1: Rotary Hunt Line Group
1
2
4
5
3
12345-
Rotary group of four telephone lines.
Call is placed to Line 1
Lines 1 to 3 are busy. Call is passed to
available line.
Line 4 is available
Call answered on Line 4
Phone Calls to a Line Group
Figure 1 shows how the control panel calls the phone
number assigned to Line 1. If Line 1 is busy, the call
transfers to the next available line in the rotary hunt
group. In this case the next available line is Line 4, so
the call automatically transfers to Line 4. Using this
arrangement, the possibility of the control panel
getting a busy signal is greatly reduced.
In 6500 Mode, groups programmed with a value of 34
or greater send a Y to the automation PC. Refer to
the Computer Communication Protocols in the
D6600/D6100IPv6 Computer Interface Manual
(P/N: 4998122703) for more information.
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CPU Configuration
Information out of a Line Group
Depending on the program setting in Menu Item
2.2.37, the reports generated by incoming calls on
lines assigned to a Line Group can be identified by
the group number (such as G01), not the line number
(such as L04, L05, or L06). This causes the
D6600/D6100IPv6 computer automation output to
recognize all of the lines in the group as a single line.
2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01)
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
00
Identifies reports by line number (L01,
L04, and so on).
01 to
99
Identifies reports by group number
(unless 2.2.37 is a 0).
Enter a group number (01 to 99) to make this line part
of a line group. Reports on this line can be identified
by group number.
2.3.2 Line Card 1/Line 2 (L02)
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) for
programming information.
2.3.3 Line Card 1/Line 3 (L03) (D6600 Only)
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) for
programming information.
2.3.4 Line Card 1/Line 4 (L04) (D6600 Only)
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) for
programming information.
2.3.5 Line Card 2/Line 1 (L05) (D6600 Only)
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) for
programming information.
2.3.6 Line Card 2/Line 2 (L06) (D6600 Only)
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) for
programming information.
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2.3.7
Line Card 2/Line 3 (L07) (D6600 Only)
2.3.16 Line Card 4/Line 4 (L16) (D6600 Only)
Default:
00
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
Selections:
00 to 99
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) for
programming information.
2.3.8 Line Card 2/Line 4 (L08) (D6600 Only)
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) on
page 14 for programming information.
2.3.17 Line Card 5/Line 1 (L17) (D6600 Only)
Default:
00
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
Selections:
00 to 99
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) for
programming information.
2.3.9 Line Card 3/Line 1 (L09) (D6600 Only)
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) on
page 14 for programming information.
2.3.18 Line Card 5/Line 2 (L18) (D6600 Only)
Default:
00
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
Selections:
00 to 99
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) for
programming information.
2.3.10 Line Card 3/Line 2 (L10) (D6600 Only)
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) on
page 14 for programming information.
2.3.19 Line Card 5/Line 3 (L19) (D6600 Only)
Default:
00
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
Selections:
00 to 99
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) for
programming information.
2.3.11 Line Card 3/Line 3 (L11) (D6600 Only)
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) on
page 14 for programming information.
2.3.20 Line Card 5/Line 4 (L20) (D6600 Only)
Default:
00
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
Selections:
00 to 99
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) for
programming information.
2.3.12 Line Card 3/Line 4 (L12) (D6600 Only)
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) on
page 14 for programming information.
2.3.21 Line Card 6/Line 1 (L21) (D6600 Only)
Default:
00
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
Selections:
00 to 99
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) on
page 14 for programming information.
2.3.13 Line Card 4/Line 1 (L13) (D6600 Only)
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) on
page 14 for programming information.
2.3.22 Line Card 6/Line 2 (L22) (D6600 Only)
Default:
00
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
Selections:
00 to 99
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) on
page 14 for programming information.
2.3.14 Line Card 4/Line 2 (L14) (D6600 Only)
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) on
page 14 for programming information.
2.3.23 Line Card 6/Line 3 (L23) (D6600 Only)
Default:
00
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
Selections:
00 to 99
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) on
page 14 for programming information.
2.3.15 Line Card 4/Line 3 (L15) (D6600 Only)
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) on
page 14 for programming information.
2.3.24 Line Card 6/Line 4 (L24) (D6600 Only)
Default:
00
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
Selections:
00 to 99
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) on
page 14 for programming information.
CPU Configuration
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) on
page 14 for programming information.
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2.3.25 Line Card 7/Line 1 (L25) (D6600 Only)
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) on
page 14 for programming information.
2.3.26 Line Card 7/Line 2 (L26) (D6600 Only)
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
CPU Configuration
2.4
COM3 Automation Configuration
The program items in the following section are used
to configure the input and output format for the
D6600/D6100IPv6 when a computer automation
system is connected to the COM3 of the
D6600/D6100. Refer to the D6600/D6100IPv6
Computer Interface Manual (P/N: 4998122703).
Menu Item 6.3.7 Device on page 43
must be set to 2 to use the COM3 port
for
RS-232 automation (default) before
programming the settings in the COM3
Automation Configuration section.
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) on
page 14 for programming information.
2.3.27 Line Card 7/Line 3 (L27) (D6600 Only)
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) on
page 14 for programming information.
2.3.28 Line Card 7/Line 4 (L28) (D6600 Only)
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) on
page 14 for programming information.
2.3.29 Line Card 8/Line 1 (L29) (D6600 Only)
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) on
page 14 for programming information.
2.3.30 Line Card 8/Line 2 (L30) (D6600 Only)
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) on
page 14 for programming information.
2.3.31 Line Card 8/Line 3 (L31) (D6600 Only)
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) on
page 14 for programming information.
2.3.32 Line Card 8/Line 4 (L32) (D6600 Only)
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
Refer to Menu Item 2.3.1 Line Card 1/Line 1 (L01) on
page 14 for programming information.
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2.4.1
Retry Number
Default:
3
Selections:
0 to 5
Select the number of retransmission attempts in case
of communication trouble.
2.4.2 Baud Rate
Default:
4
Selections:
1 to 9
1
110 (D6600 only)
2
300
3
600
4
1200
5
2400
6
4800
7
9600
8
19200
9
38400
Select the data transmission baud rate for the COM3
port.
2.4.3 Data Bit
Default:
8
Selections:
7 or 8
Select the data transmission bit value for the COM3
port.
When selecting Data Bit 7, Menu Item
2.4.8 Header on page 17 and Menu
Item 2.4.9 Trailer on page 17 selections
are limited to 00 to 7F (7F is the
maximum limit of Data Bit 7).
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2.4.4
2.4.10 BFSK Fire Bit
Parity
Default:
0
Default:
0
Selections:
0 to 2
Selections:
0 or 1
0
None
1
Even
2
Odd
CPU Configuration
0
Fire messages are sent to the automation
PC as standard alarms, troubles, and
restorals.
1
Fire messages are sent to the automation
PC with the digit character codes as shown
in Table 3 (refer also to the
D6600/D6100IPv6 Computer Interface
Manual [P/N: 4998122703] for the digit
character codes). If set to 1, you must
restructure your automation account
database to accept the new event codes. If
this is not done, fire messages might
appear as unlinked messages.
Set the parity for the COM3 port.
2.4.5 Stop Bit
Default:
1
Selections:
1 or 2
Select the stop bit value for the COM3 port.
2.4.6 Link Test
Default:
30
Selections:
00 to 99
00
Do not send the Link Test to the
automation system PC.
01 to
99
Send the Link Test to the automation
system PC.
The selection determines the number of seconds the
automation system PC waits between sending and
accepting a Link Test. The Link Test confirms if there
is communication between the automation system PC
and receiver.
2.4.7 Automation Wait
Default:
04
Selections:
01 to 60
Enter the amount of time in seconds the
D6600/D6100IPv6 waits for the ACK message from
the automation system PC.
2.4.8 Header
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to FF
00
No header character output.
Set the header character for the D6500 Mode
automation format (hexadecimal).
2.4.9 Trailer
Default:
14
Selections:
01 or FF
Set the trailer character for the D6500 Mode
automation format (hexadecimal).
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CPU Configuration
2
BFSK and Modem IIe /Modem IIIa Fire Bit
Examples
Some control panels offer enhanced fire messages in
2
BFSK, and Modem IIe and Modem IIIa formats. This
entry determines how the D6600/D6100IPv6 presents
2
BFSK, or Modem IIe and Modem IIIa fire messages
to the automation PC (see Table 3 ). This entry has
no affect on how the messages print.
2.4.11 Modem IIe Fire
Default:
1
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Fire messages are sent to the automation
PC as standard alarms, troubles, and
restorals.
1
Fire messages are sent to the automation
PC with the digit character codes as shown
in Table 3 (refer also to the
D6600/D6100IPv6 Computer Interface
Manual [P/N: 4998122703] for the digit
character codes).
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Table 3: BFSK, Modem IIe/IIIa , or Modem4 Fire Bit Examples
BFSK Fire Bit = 1
BFSK Fire Bit = 0
Modem IIe/IIIa2 Fire = 1
Modem IIe/IIIa2 Fire = 0
h1rr1ssssssaaaasFssszt
h1rr1ssssssaaaasAssszt
hlrrlssssssaaaasFspppt
hlrrlssssssaaaasAspppt
hlrrlssssssaaaasFspppt
hlrrlssssssaaaasAspppt
hlrrlssssssaaaaGsspppt
hlrrlssssssaaaasTspppt
hlrrlssssssaaaaGsspppt
hlrrlssssssaaaasTspppt
hlrrlssssssaaaaHsspppt
hlrrlssssssaaaasRspppt
hlrrlssssssaaaaHsspppt
hlrrlssssssaaaasRspppt
D6500 Mode
FIRE ALARM
FIRE ALARM
(Cross Point)
FIRE
SUPRVISION
FIRE TROUBLE
FIRE ALM
RESTOR
FIRE TBL
RESTOR
h1rr1ssssssaaaaGssszt
h1rr1ssssssaaaasTssszt
h1rr1ssssssaaaaHssszt
h1rr1ssssssaaaasRssszt
<header>[#aaaa|NriaFAppp]
<header>[#aaaa|NriaBAppp]
SIA Mode
FIRE ALARM
FIRE ALARM
(Cross Point)
FIRE
SUPRVISION
FIRE TROUBLE
FIRE ALM
RESTOR
FIRE TBL
RESTOR
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<header>[#aaaa|NriaFTppp]
<header>[#aaaa|NriaFRppp]
<header>[#aaaa|NriaBTppp]
<header>[#aaaa|NriaBRppp]
<header>[#aaaa|NriaFAppp]
<header>[#aaaa|NriaBAppp]
<header>[#aaaa|NFMppp]
<header>[#aaaa|NBAppp]
<header>[#aaaa|NriaFSppp]
<header>[#aaaa|NriaBTppp]
<header>[#aaaa|NriaFTppp]
<header>[#aaaa|NriaBTppp]
<header>[#aaaa|NriaFHppp]
<header>[#aaaa|NriaBRppp]
<header>[#aaaa|NriaFJppp]
<header>[#aaaa|NriaBRppp]
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2.4.12 SIA Fire Restore
2.4.14 Sub Subscriber
Default:
0
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Selections:
0 or 1
0
The automation PC sends a common Fire
Restoral code if programmed for SIA Output
Mode.
1
The automation PC differentiates between
Fire Restoral after Alarm and Fire Restoral
after Trouble, Missing, or Supervisory if
programmed for SIA Output Mode.
All Bosch control panels using the Modem IIe and
2
IIIa formats differentiate between Fire Restoral after
Alarm and Fire Restoral after Trouble, Missing, or
Supervisory in the message that is sent to the
D6600/D6100. SIA Automation Output Mode can also
differentiate between these two message types, or it
can combine them into a common Fire Restoral
message.
If the Modem IIe Fire prompt is
programmed “0,” the programming of
the SIA Fire Restore prompt has no
effect on the SIA Automation Output
Format.
Table 4: SIA Fire Restore Examples
SIA
Mode
SIA Fire Restore = 0
SIA Fire Restore = 1
FIRE ALM
RESTOR
FIRE TBL
RESTOR
<header>[#aaaa|NriaF
Rppp]
<header>[#aaaa|NriaF
Rppp]
<header>[#aaaa|NriaF
Hppp]
<header>[#aaaa|NriaF
Jppp]
0
Sub subscriber (sub user) data is not sent
to SIA automation output.
1
Sub subscriber (sub user) data is sent to
SIA automation output.
This is a programmable modem format only item that
determines whether the specific access control card
or token number identifier (sub user) is also sent to
the SIA automation output.
2.4.15 Output Format
Default:
1
Selections:
0 to 2
0
COM3 port disabled
1
6500 format (expanded reporting)
2
SIA Computer Interface Standard format
If you disable the COM3 port by
selecting 0 after selecting an automation
output format, you must reboot the
receiver.
Set Menu Item 6.3.7 Device to 2 to use COM3
RS-232 and the output format programmed in
2.5.15 Output Format.
Set Menu Item 6.3.7 Device to 1 to use the output
format programmed in Menu Item 6.3.6 Network
Automation Output Format on page 43.
2.4.13 Packet Separator (/)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Final packet separator is not sent in SIA
automation message.
1
Final packet separator is sent in SIA
automation message.
This prompt enables the final packet separator (/) (in
SIA Output Mode) when messages with event
modifiers are sent to the automation PC.
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2.4.16 SFSK1 Output
Default:
0
Selections:
0 to 1
0
Send the SFSK 1 (Table 7 on page 21)
messages to the automation software
(Table 5).
1
Send the SFSK 1 sensor to the automation
software (Table 6).
At SFSK 1 format, change the automation output to
either message (Table 5) or sensor (Table 6).
Table 5: SFSK 1 Message Example
Mode
6500
SIA
Example
hmrrlsAAAAAAAA"EEZZ"EEZZ"EEZZ....t
[LF]<CRC>m<Seq>rrll[#AAAAAAAA|EEZZ"EEZ
Z][CR]
Table 6: SFSK 1 Sensor Example
Mode
6500
SIA
20
Example
hmrrlsAAAAAAAA"ZZ"ZZ"ZZ....t
[LF]<CRC>m<Seq>rrll[#AAAAAAAA|ZZ"ZZ][CR
]
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Table 7: SFSK 1 Format
Report Code
00:
01-08:
09:
10-19:
20-29:
30:
31:
32:
33:
34:
35:
36:
37:
38:
39:
40:
41-49:
50-59:
60:
61-68:
69:
70:
71-78:
79:
80:
81-89:
90:
91-99:
Description
Alarm Panic
Alarm 01-08
Holdup
Alarm 10-19
Alarm Restore 10-19
Test Code
Trouble Line 1
Trouble Line 2
Expand Trouble
Forced Access
Restore Line 1
Restore Line 2
Expand Restore
Cancel Code
Data Lost
Closing
Closing 01-09
Bypass 10-19
Trouble AC
Trouble 01-08
Trouble BAT
Restore AC
Restore 01-08
Restore BAT
Access
Access 01-09
Opening
Opening 01-09
To Automation
2.5.16=0(EEZZ)
PAss
sA0x
Hass
sA1x
sH1x
sXss
LT01
LT02
ETss
DFss
LR01
LR02
ERss
OCss
RTss
CL00
CL0x
sB1x
ATss
sT0x
YTss
ARss
sRss
YRss
DS00
DG0x
OP00
OP0x
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Notes
2.5.16=1(ZZ)
00
01-08
09
10-19
20-29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41-49
50-59
60
61-68
69
70
71-78
79
80
80-89
90
91-99
x=1-8
x=0-9
x=0-9
x=1-9
x=0-9
x=1-8
x=1-9
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2.4.17 Format ID (D6600 Only)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Traditional Message Type for output
format.
1
Unique Message Type for each format.
Table 8: D6500 Automation Mode
Output Format
Message Type
Format(s)
2.5.17=0
6500
1
SIA
<TAB> (09 Hex)
D6500 and SIA
7
9
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
F
I
S
3-1, 4-1, 4-2 single round, double round, extended pulse formats, BFSK,
2
Modem II, Modem IIIa TM, Link Test, Text Message, Internal Message,
Silent Knight FSK 0, Varitech FSK 4-1, Varitech FSK 4-2
3-1, 4-1, 4-2 single round, double round, extended pulse formats, BFSK,
2
Modem II, Modem IIIa TM, Link Test, Caller ID, Internal messages,
Silent Knight FSK 0, Varitech FSK 4-1, Varitech FSK 4-2, SIA
Sescoa Super Speed
Acron Super Fast
Ademco Contact-ID
Ademco 4-1 Express
Ademco 4-2 Express
DSC/Sur-Gard 4-3, DTMF 4-1, 4-2
Caller ID
Ademco High Speed/Scancom 4-8-1,5-8-1, and 6-8-1
Scancom 4-16-1, 5-16-1, and 6-16-1
Scancom 4-24-1, 5-24-1, and 6-24-1
CFSK
Robofon
Seriee FSK
Seriee DTMF
Silent Knight FSK 1 ,Silent Knight FSK 2
Telim
FBI Super Fast
ITI
SIA, ADT SIA
1
3
S
<TAB> (09 Hex)
7
9
a
b
c
d
Link Test
Text Message
SIA
Link Test, SIA
Sescoa Super Speed
Acron Super Fast
Ademco Contact-ID
Ademco 4-1 Express
Ademco 4-2 Express
DSC/Sur-Gard 4-3
2.5.17=1
D6500
D6500
D6500
SIA
D6500 and SIA
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Table 8: D6500 Automation Mode (continued)
Output Format
Message Type
Format(s)
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
m
n
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
A
B
C
E
F
G
I
K
Caller ID
Ademco High Speed/Scancom 4-8-1,5-8-1, and 6-8-1
Scancom 4-16-1, 5-16-1, and 6-16-1
Scancom 4-24-1, 5-24-1, and 6-24-1
CFSK
Robofon
Seriee FSK
Silent Knight FSK 1 ,Silent Knight FSK 2
Telim
Pulse 3-1/3-1E
Pulse 3-2
Pulse 4-1/4-1E
Pulse 4-2
DTMF 4-1
DTMF 4-2
Varitech FSK 4-1,Varitech FSK 4-2
2
Modem IIIa TM
Modem II
BFSK
Silent Knight FSK 0
FBI Super Fast
ADT SIA
ITI
S
Refer to Appendix F of the D6600/D6100IPv6 Computer Interface Manual (P/N: 4998122703) for more
information.
For the D6500 Automation Mode, the first character of the output string is the Message Type. If a
header character exists, it is the second character. For SIA Automation Mode, the Message Type
is the seventh character in the output string. For more information, refer to Table 8 on page 22.
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2.5
Return CPU Configuration to
Default
Line Card Configuration
3.0 Line Card Configuration
3.1
1.
2.
3.
D6600
D6100IPv6
M/E
ENTER
D6600
D6100IPv6
D6600
D6100IPv6
M /E
4.
D 66 0 0
MENU
D 61 0 0IPv6
5x
5.
Default:
2
Selections:
1 to 21
0
No handshake, not accepted for Tone 1
1
1400 Hz
2
2300 Hz
3
Modem II
4
Modem IIe/IIIa (D6640 v.01.XX.XX and
D6X41)
5
Dual Tone
6
SIA Bell
7
1600 Hz ScanCom (D6X41 only)
8
ITI (D6640 v.02 .XX.XX and D6X41)
2
D6600
D6100IPv6
9
Robofon (D6X41 only)
M/ E
MENU
10
Seriee FSK (D6X41 only)
11
Seriee DTMF (D6X41 only)
12
CFSK Bell (D6X41 only)
13
TELIM (D6X41 only)
14
SIA V.21 (D6X41 only)
15
CFSK V.21 (D6X41 only)
16
SIA ADT (D6X41 only)
17
Double Dual Tone
D66 00
0
D66 00
1
6.
Handshake Tones
3.1.1 Tones
3.1.1.1 Tone 1
D 6 60 0
D6 1 00IPv6
0
D 61 00IPv6
i
1
All the CPU configurations
and host programming
configurations return to the
default values in Section 2.0
CPU Configuration beginning
on page 8.
Exit from this option without
changing the current CPU
configurations.
D 6 1 00 IPv6
C A N CANCEL
repeatedly.
D6600 only
18
VONK (D6641 only)
19
Modem IId (D6641 only)
20
RB2000 (D6641 only)
21
Dual Tone/1000 Hz (D6641 only)
22
ScanCom Pulse 1600 Hz Handshake/ACK
(D6641 only)
Refer to the dialer’s installation instructions for
compatibility information. Selection “0” is not allowed
for Tone 1.
Selecting Handshake 0 (no handshake) for any tone
other than Tone 1 causes the receiver to stop sending
additional handshake tones.
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Program the ITI handshake before the
Modem II handshake when receiving ITI
format signals.
Program the SIA handshake before the
Modem II handshake when receiving
SIA format signals.
If using Handshake 18 or 20, program it
as the first tone with no other
handshakes programmed for that line.
3.1.1.2 Tone 2
Default:
1
Selections:
0 to 21
Refer to Menu Item 3.1.1.1 Tone 1 on page 24 for
programming information.
3.1.1.3 Tone 3
Default:
5
Selections:
0 to 21
Refer to Menu Item 3.1.1.1 Tone 1 on page 24 for
programming information.
3.1.1.4 Tone 4
Default:
3
Selections:
0 to 21
Refer to Menu Item 3.1.1.1 Tone 1 on page 24 for
programming information.
3.1.1.5 Tone 5
Default:
4
Selections:
0 to 21
Refer to Menu Item 3.1.1.1 Tone 1 on page 24 for
programming information.
3.1.1.6 Tone 6
Default:
6
Selections:
0 to 21
Refer to Menu Item 3.1.1.1 Tone 1 on page 24 for
programming information.
3.1.1.7 Tone 7
Default:
0
Selections:
0 to 21
3.1.1.9 Tone Duration
Default:
10
Selections:
02 to 15
Set the 1400 Hz and 2300 Hz handshake Tone
Duration time. Make selections in 1/10 sec
increments. The default setting (10) provides a 1 sec
handshake tone.
3.1.1.10 Initial Wait
Default:
10
Selections:
10 to 99
After picking up the phone line, the D6600/D6100IPv6
waits the programmed amount of time before sending
the handshake. Make selections in 1/10 sec
increments. The default setting (10) provides a 1 sec
initial wait time.
3.1.1.11 Handshake Wait (× 100 ms)
Default:
30
Selections:
25 to 99
Set the time interval between handshake tones (refer
to Menu Items 3.1.1.1 Tone 1 on page 24 through
3.1.1.8 Tone 8). Make selections in 1/10 sec
increments. A default of 30 provides a 3 sec wait time
between handshake tones. The maximum setting is
99 (9.9 sec).
3.1.1.12 Handshake Amplify (Reserved Feature)
Default:
3.1.1.13 Handshake Optimization
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Disable Handshake Optimization
1
Enable Handshake Optimization
To enable the handshake optimization, set this
feature to 1 on each line using this option. This
feature increases the efficiency of the public switched
telephone network (PSTN) communication and
reduces the online time of dialers.
Refer to Menu Item 3.1.1.1 Tone 1 on page 24 for
programming information.
3.1.1.8 Tone 8
Default:
0
Selections:
0 to 21
7
Refer to Menu Item 3.1.1.1 Tone 1 on page 24 for
programming information.
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For handshake optimization to work,
Menu Item 3.1.5.1 Caller ID on page 34
must be set to 1.
Handshake optimization uses the caller
ID database to send the correct
handshake. The caller ID database is
automatically created as control panels
dial the receiver. The receiver stores the
telephone number from which the
control panel called and the handshake
to which the control panel responded.
The next time the control panel calls, the
receiver sends the stored handshake.
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3.1.2 Phone Supervision
3.1.2.1 Line Sniff
Line Card Configuration
3.1.3 Line Formats
3.1.3.1 Five Digits
Default:
1
Default:
4
Selections:
0 to 2
Selections:
1 to 4
0
Disable phone line supervision.
1
Enable phone line supervision.
2
Disable phone line supervision and disable
Busy Seconds Report.
This entry enables or disables phone line supervision.
• If Line Sniff is 0 (disabled) and the phone line is
disconnected or out of service, the OL/LF LED on
the PSTN Line Card is clear.
• If Line Sniff is 1 (enabled) and the phone line is
disconnected or out of service, the OL/LF LED on
the PSTN Line Card is either red or yellow, and a
LINE TROUBLE message appears on the
display. The message is also printed and sent to
the automation system PC.
• If Line Sniff is 2 (also disabled) and the phone
line is disconnected or out of service, the OL/LF
LED on the PSTN Line Card is clear and disables
the Busy Seconds Report. Refer to
D6600/D6100IPv6 Operation in the
D6600/D6100IPv6 Operation and Installation
Guide (P/N: 4998122704). Set the Line Sniff to 1
when used in UL Listed central stations.
Table 9: OL/LF LED Status
LED
OL/LF
State
Off
Green
Flashes
green
Cause
Telephone line normal
Telephone line picked up
Incoming call
1
3x1 Checksum: Three-digit account
number, 1 zone digit, and 1 checksum digit
2
3x2 Double Round: Three-digit account
number, 1 group digit, and 1 zone digit
3
4x1 Double Round: Four-digit account
number, and 1 zone digit
4
Auto Config: If the pulse speed is 40 pps, it
is 3x1 Checksum, otherwise 4x1 Double
Round.
This entry determines how the D6600/D6100IPv6
interprets and shows the information from a control
panel transmitting a five-digit format.
3.1.3.2 Six Digits
Default:
1
Selections:
1 to 3
1
4x2 Double Round: Four-digit account
number, 1 group digit, and 1 zone digit
2
3x2 Checksum: Three-digit account
number, 1 group digit, 1 zone digit, and 1
checksum digit
3
4x1 Checksum: Four-digit account
number, 1 zone digit, and 1 checksum digit
This entry determines how the D6600/D6100IPv6
interprets and shows the information from a control
panel transmitting a six-digit format.
3.1.2.2 Maximum On Line Time (minutes)
Default:
5
Selections:
1 to 9
The maximum period a call can be online. This
prevents a busy line caused by nonsense data or
repeated messages. This entry will not affect the Two
Way Audio Duration (refer to Menu Item 3.1.4.1
Duration on page 31).
3.1.2.3 Ring Count
Default:
1
Selections:
1 to 9
The number of rings detected before the
D6600/D6100IPv6 answers the line. If Caller ID is
being used, this parameter may need to be set to a 2
for proper operation in some cases
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3.1.3.3 4-1 Extended
Default:
1
Selections:
0 to 2
0
No combination of 4-1 format and 4-1
extended format.
Example:
Control panel
sends to
receiver
12341 11112
Automation format message sent to central
station:
1
2
This selection uses the fifth position of
the first signal and fifth position of the
second extended signal (when both are
1 to 9) and combines them into a
two-digit zone number. The event code
follows after selecting the Event 3-1
digit (Menu Item 3.1.7.1 Event 3-1 –
Digit 0 on page 35 through Menu Item
3.1.7.16 Event 3-1 – Digit F on page
35).
Example:
If B to F are used in the fifth position of
the first signal, the event code is
selected from Event 3-1 (Menu Item
3.1.7.1 Event 3-1 – Digit 0 on page 35
through Menu Item 3.1.7.16 Event 3-1
– Digit F on page 35). The fifth digit of
the extended signal selects the
reporting code. The D6500 Receiver
uses this method.
Example:
This selection uses the fifth position of
the first signal and fifth position of the
second extended signal (when both are
1 to F) and combines them into a
two-digit zone number. The event code
follows after the selection of the Event
3-1 digit (Menu Item 3.1.7.1 Event 3-1 –
Digit 0 on page 35 through Menu Item
3.1.7.16 Event 3-1 – Digit F on page
35).
Example:
6500 mode:
sss1234sAsss1
sss1111sAsss2
SIA Mode:
[#1234|NBA1]
Control panel
sends to
receiver
12341 11112
Automation format message sent to central
station:
6500 mode:
sss1234sAsss12
SIA Mode:
[#1234|NBA12]
Control panel
sends to
receiver
1234F FFFF2
Automation format message sent to central
station:
6500 mode:
sss1234sTsss2
SIA Mode:
[#1234|NBT2]
Control panel
sends to
receiver
1234F FFFF2
Automation format message sent to central
station:
6500 mode:
sss1234sTssF2
SIA Mode:
[#1234|NBTF2]
Option 2 can be used to extend the 4-1 extended format to the 4-2 format.
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3.1.3.4 4-2 Extended
Line Card Configuration
3.1.3.8 Digit Wait (× 100 ms)
Default:
1
Default:
17
Selections:
0 or 1
Selections:
04 to 20
0
The 4-2 Extended messages are not
combined.
1
Combine the two signals of the 4-2
Extended format to create 4-3 format
output.
3.1.3.5 Seven digit
Default:
2
Selections:
1 to 3
1
The seven-digit pulse format at 40-baud is
decoded as SESCOA Super Speed format.
2
The seven-digit pulse format at 40-baud is
decoded as 4-2 with checksum format.
3
The ETX signal is used to determine if the
seven-digit pulse format at 40-baud is
decoded as 4-2 with checksum format or
SESCOA Super Speed format. The control
panel must send the ETX signal at the end
of the transmission in order for
D6600/D6100IPv6 Receiver/Gateway to
decode the message as SESCOA Super
Speed.
All seven-digit messages less than 40
pps are decoded as 4-2 with checksum.
3.1.3.6 4-1 Express
Default:
1
Selections:
1 to 3
1
Ademco 4-1 Express format
2
DTMF 4-3 with checksum format*
3
FBI Super Fast format without Checksum
*
Program control panels using DTMF 4-3 format to send their
data only after receiving the 1400 Hz handshake tone.
3.1.3.7 Pulse Wait (× 10 ms)
Default:
10
Selections:
06 to 20
The time the receiver/gateway waits for the next digit.
Make selections in 1/10 sec increments. A default
setting of 17 provides a 1.7 sec wait time. The
maximum setting is 20 (2 sec).
3.1.3.9 Round Wait
Default:
80
Selections:
21 to 99
The time the receiver/gateway waits for the second
half of a double round message. Make selections in
1/10 sec increments. A default setting of 80 provides
an 8 sec wait time. The maximum setting is 99
(9.9 sec).
3.1.3.10 Ademco High Speed Checksum
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Interpret the signal as the Ademco High
Speed 5-8-1 format
1
Interpret the signal as the Ademco High
Speed 4-8-1 Checksum format
3.1.3.11 BFSK Extended Alarms
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
When digits 1 to A are sent in the function
code (fourth digit) position they are
interpreted as alarm zone X, where X is 0 to
9 (A = 0).
1
Interpret as alarm zone EY, where E is 0 to
9 when function digit is 1 to A (A = 0), and Y
is the zone code from 0 to F.
The D6600/D6100IPv6 BFSK format is designed for
Bosch control panels. Some non-Bosch control
panels do not send the BFSK signals to this format.
They might use Function Codes 1 to A to provide
zone information other than the BFSK zone code.
The time the receiver/gateway waits for the next
pulse. Make selections in 1/100 sec increments. A
default setting of 10 provides a 100 ms wait time. The
maximum setting is 20 (200 ms).
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Line Card Configuration
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3.1.3.12 3-1 Extended
Default:
1
Selections:
0 to 2
0
No combination of 3-2 format and 3-1
extended format.
Example:
Control panel
sends to
receiver:
1231 1112
Automation format message sent to central
station:
1
2
This selection uses the fourth position
of the first signal and fourth position of
the second extended signal (when both
are 1 to A) and combines them into a
two-digit zone number. The event code
follows after selecting the Event 3-1
digit (Menu Item 3.1.7.1 Event 3-1 –
Digit 0 on page 35 through Menu Item
3.1.7.16 Event 3-1 – Digit F on page
35).
Example:
If B to F are used in the fourth position
of the first signal, it selects the event
code from Event 3-1 (Menu Item 3.1.7.1
Event 3-1 – Digit 0 on page 35 through
Menu Item 3.1.7.16 Event 3-1 – Digit F
on page 35). The fourth digit of the
extended signal selects the reporting
code. The D6500 Receiver uses this
method.
Example:
This selection uses the fourth position
of the first signal and fourth position of
the second extended signal (when both
are 1 to F) and combines them into a
two-digit zone number. The event code
follows after the selection of the Event
3-1 digit (Menu Item 3.1.7.1 Event 3-1 –
Digit 0 on page 35 through Menu Item
3.1.7.16 Event 3-1 – Digit F on page
35).
Example:
6500 mode:
sss123sAsss1
sss111sAsss2
SIA Mode:
[#s123|NBA1] [#s123|NBA2]
Control panel
sends to
receiver:
1231 1112
Automation format message sent to central
station:
6500 mode:
sss123sAsss12
SIA Mode:
[#s123|NBA12]
Control panel
sends to
receiver:
123F FFF2
Automation format message sent to central
station:
6500 mode:
sss123sTsss2
SIA Mode:
[#s123|NBT2]
Control panel
sends to
receiver:
123F FFF2
Automation format message sent to central
station:
6500 mode:
sss123sTsssF2
SIA Mode:
[#s123|NBTF2]
Option 2 can extend the 3-1 extended format to the 3-2 format.
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Line Card Configuration
3.1.3.13 3-1 Restore Report in High Speed Format
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Normal 3-1 report
1
Convert a 3-1 Restore Report to an
Ademco High Speed report.
Example:
Account 123, and
Zone 2 Restore are
translated to:
*
0123 5355 5555 7
Messages: AAA Z AAA 9, where:
where AAA = Account Code
Z = Zone
9 = Restore
*
A leading 0 is added in front of the account code.
3.1.3.14 Extended Report in High Speed Format
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Send the combined 3-2 and 4-2 messages to the automation PC.
1
Send the converted messages (3-1 and 4-1 Extended to Ademco High Speed) to the automation PC.
When receiving the Open, Close, Trouble, and Restore messages in 3-1 and 4-1 Extended format, the
D6600/D6100IPv6 translates these messages to the Ademco High Speed format.
Table 10: High Speed Format Examples
Description
Message
Opening User 3
Closing User 3
Cancel
Restore Zone 1
Trouble Zone 1
Battery Trouble
Battery Restore
123 B BBB 3
123 C CCC 3
123 D DDD 1
123 E EEE 1
123 F FFF 1
123 F FFF 9
123 E EEE 9
*
To Automation:
Option Set to 0*
Option Set to 1
123 B3
123 C3
123 D1
123 E1
123 F1
123 F9
123 E9
0123 3222 2222 2
0123 3444 4444 4
123 D1*
0123 3555 5555 7
0123 0555 5555 7
0123 5555 5555 8
0123 5555 5555 B
Follow 3-1 Extended and 4-1 Extended (Table 12 on page 35 and Table 13 on page 44) option
3.1.3.15 FBI Super Fast/LAR300
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
FBI Super Fast Output (4x1x2x1)
1
LAR300 Output (4x3x1)
The LAR300 format is composed of eight characters,
arranged in the following pattern: 1234 016 3, in
which, 1234 represents the account number, 016
represents the zone number, and 3 represents the
event code.
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3.1.3.16 Ademco CAPS 4-2 None O/C Report
Line Card Configuration
3.1.3.20 GSM/VoIP Compensation
Default:
0
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Send the unconverted 4-2 messages to the
automation software.
1
Send the CAPS 4-2 Report to the
automation software.
Example: aaaa ddd
where aaaa = 4-2 Account code,
ddd = Three digit decimal number
(16 x Event Code + Zone Code)
An ASCII character A appears between
the account number and the decimal
number on the receiver display.
Example: aaaa A ddd.
This option improves DTMF format
communications by analyzing the event message
without timing restrictions to support GSM/VoIP
communication path differences. Current supported
formats are Contact-ID, 4-1 Express and
4-2 Express.
0
Disable GSM/VoIP Compensation
1
Enable GSM/VoIP Compensation
3.1.4
Two-Way Audio
D6600 Two-Way Audio (TWA)
verification is fully supported using the
D6641 Line Card. The D6640 does not
support options 3.1.4.21 Audio Event,
3.1.4.22 Audio Zone, or protocol-specific
audio events used in SIA and Contact
ID.
3.1.3.17 Ademco 4-2 O/C Report
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
A normal 4-2 Report is sent to the
automation PC.
1
Convert the PULSE 4-2 Open/Close
messages (code B0-BF, C0-CF) to the
Ademco High Speed format.
Use this option to convert PULSE 4-2 Open/Close
messages (code B0-BF, C0-CF) to the Ademco High
Speed format.
3.1.3.18 SIA Acknowledge
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Enable both Data and Tonal acknowledge.
1
Enable only Tonal acknowledge.
Use this option to select which kind of SIA
acknowledge is enabled.
3.1.3.19 Support High Speed/ScanCom Formats
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Enable
1
Disable
3.1.4.1 Duration
Default:
0
Selections:
0 to 15
The amount of time the D6600/D6100IPv6 stays on
line when it is in two-way audio operation. The time is
set in one-minute increments. A setting of 0 disables
the two way audio feature.
For RB2000, set this option to 2.
3.1.4.2 Account Digit 0
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Disables account digit
1
Enables account digit
The D6600/D6100IPv6 decodes the first digit of the
account number to determine when to start two way
audio operations. If the first digit of the account
number matches the selection, the two way audio is
activated.
Use this option to enable or disable High
Speed/ScanCom formats.
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There are three two-way audio modes of operation:
• Transfer: The D6600/D6100IPv6 transfers the
incoming line to another line. At the end of the
alarm signal, the receiver quickly disconnects and
reconnects the line, then dials another line which
is programmed in Menu Item 3.1.4.19 Transfer
Phone Number on page 33. Entries in Menu Item
3.1.4.18 Flash (x 100ms) on page 33 and Menu
Item 3.1.4.19 Transfer Phone Number are
necessary for this to happen.
• Hold: The D6600/D6100IPv6 remains off-hook
for a programmed period, or until another device
takes over the line before the hold time expires.
An entry at Menu Item 3.1.4.20 Hold on page 33
is necessary for this to occur.
• Duration: The D6600/D6100IPv6 remains offhook until a programmed period expires or is
ended by a STOP command through the
automation PC or a keypad. Connect a regular
telephone in parallel with the incoming telephone
line. An entry at Menu Item
D6600 Two-Way Audio (TWA)
verification is fully supported using the
D6641 Line Card. The D6640 does not
support options 3.1.4.21 Audio Event,
3.1.4.22 Audio Zone, or protocol-specific
audio events used in SIA and Contact
ID.
• 3.1.4.1 Duration is necessary for this to occur.
The D6600/D6100IPv6 performs only one operation
at a time. If more than one is activated, the order is
Transfer → Hold →Duration.
3.1.4.3 Account Digit 1
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Disables account digit
1
Enables account digit
3.1.4.4 Account Digit 2
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 3.1.4.3 Account Digit 1 for
programming options.
3.1.4.5 Account Digit 3
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Line Card Configuration
3.1.4.6 Account Digit 4
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 3.1.4.3 Account Digit 1 for
programming options.
3.1.4.7 Account Digit 5
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 3.1.4.3 Account Digit 1 for
programming options.
3.1.4.8 Account Digit 6
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 3.1.4.3 Account Digit 1 for
programming options.
3.1.4.9 Account Digit 7
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 3.1.4.3 Account Digit 1 for
programming options.
3.1.4.10 Account Digit 8
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 3.1.4.3 Account Digit 1 for
programming options.
3.1.4.11 Account Digit 9
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 3.1.4.3 Account Digit 1 for
programming options.
3.1.4.12 Account Digit A
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 3.1.4.3 Account Digit 1 for
programming options.
3.1.4.13 Account Digit B
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 3.1.4.3 Account Digit 1 for
programming options.
Refer to Menu Item 3.1.4.3 Account Digit 1 for
programming options.
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3.1.4.14 Account Digit C
Line Card Configuration
3.1.4.20 Hold
Default:
0
Default:
00
Selections:
0 or 1
Selections:
00 to 99
Refer to Menu Item 3.1.4.3 Account Digit 1 for
programming options.
3.1.4.15 Account Digit D
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 3.1.4.3 Account Digit 1 for
programming options.
3.1.4.16 Account Digit E
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 3.1.4.3 Account Digit 1 for
programming options.
3.1.4.17 Account Digit F
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Menu Item 3.1.4.3 Account Digit 1 on
page 32 for programming options.
3.1.4.18 Flash (x 100ms)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 to 20
With this option programmed for 1 to 20 x 100 ms, the
CPU first sends the two-way audio signal to
automation PC through RS-232, the line is
disconnected for the programmed duration, and then
reconnected. It stays off-hook for another 5 sec, then
disconnects.
3.1.4.19 Transfer Phone Number
Default:
(blank)
Selections:
(complete phone #)
The receiver dials the number programmed here after
a two-way audio session ends.
Flash Time (refer to Menu Item 3.1.4.18
Flash (x 100ms)) must be programmed
for the transfer number to work. The
telephone line used with this feature
must also support the flash option to get
the dial tone for the receiver to call the
transfer number.
With this option programmed for 01 to 99 sec, the line
card stays off-hook for the programmed duration after
the audio event signal is sent to the automation PC.
This allows the firmware-controlled private branch
exchange (PBX) or phone line channel bank to pick
up the line then hang up.
3.1.4.21 Audio Event (D6600 Only)
Default:
Unchecked
Selections:
0123456789ABCDEF
The receiver selects the alarm event codes and
controls what signals are enabled for two-way audio
(Table 11). If this field is unchecked, the event code
option is ignored in the signal filtering process. This
option is available for Pulse (3-1, 3-2, 4-1, 4-2), DTMF
(4-1, 4-2, 4-3), and Contact ID formats.
This option can also be used with Menu
Item 3.1.4.22 Audio Zone (D6600 Only)
for enhanced alarm filtering.
3.1.4.22 Audio Zone (D6600 Only)
Default:
Unchecked
Selections:
0123456789ABCDEF
The receiver can select zone numbers (last digit) and
control what signals are enabled for two way audio. If
this field is unchecked, the zone number option is
ignored in the signal filtering process. This option is
available for Pulse (3-1E, 3-2, 4-1E, 4-2) and DTMF
(4-1E, 4-2, and 4-3) formats.
This option can also be used with Menu
Item 3.1.4.21 Audio Event (D6600
Only) for enhanced alarm filtering.
Two-Way Audio (TWA) Example
Table 11: Two-Way Audio Programming
Prompt
3.1.4.3 Account Digit 1 Enabled
3.1.4.4 Account Digit 2 Enabled
3.1.4.5 Account Digit 3 Enabled
3.1.4.21 Audio Event
3.1.4.22 Audio Zone
Value
1
1
1
2345
36B
A signal with Table 11’s attributes activates:
• an account number in the range of 1000-3FFFF
• an event code of 2, 3, or 4
• a zone code of 3, 6, or B
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A signal must possess all three
attributes (account number, event code,
and zone code) to trigger a TWA
session.
For example:
• 4-2 Alarm 123456 activates a TWA session
• 4-2 Alarm 123466 does not activate a TWA
session
3.1.5 Line Identification
3.1.5.1 Caller ID
Default:
0
Selections:
0 to 3
0
Disable Caller ID.
1
Output Caller ID to Automation and Printer.
2
Output Caller ID to Printer only.
3
Output Caller ID to Automation and Printer only
on No Data Received or Data Error.
Caller ID still appears at the LCD when
1, 2, or 3 is selected.
Line Card Configuration
Default:
0
Selections:
0 to 1
0
Disable
1
Enable
2
Enable DNIS, database DNIS only
If enabled using 1, a DNIS number is sent to the
automation PC and the printer. If there is no DNIS
number or a DNIS error, the output DNIS D is
followed by zeros equaling the length of the previous
valid DNIS. The output contains four zeros if there
was no previous valid DNIS.
If enabled using 2, only valid DNIS numbers in the
database are processed. If no DNIS number, an
invalid number, or a DNIS number not in the database
is received, the system disconnects the call.
3.1.5.4 ANI (D6600 Only)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Disable
1
Enable, use sequence DNIS+ANI when
DNIS is available
2
Enable, use sequence ANI+DNIS when
DNIS is available
3.1.5.2 Caller Name
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Disable Caller Name.
1
Send Caller Name to the printer only.
Caller Name still appears at the LCD
when 1 is selected.
3.1.5.3 DNIS (D6600 Only)
A Dialed Number Identification Service (DNIS)
number can be 4 to 11 digits. A 2000 DNIS number
database can automate communication settings.
Database-supported settings:
• Handshake 1-8
• Ademco High Speed
Checksum
• Five-Digit
• BFSK Extended
• Six-Digit
• 3-1 Extended
• 4-1 Extended
• 3-1 Restore Report in
• 4-2 Extended
High Speed
• Seven-Digit
• Extended Format Report
• 4-1 Express
in High Speed Format
• Pulse Wait
• Tone Duration
• Digit Wait
• Handshake Wait
• Round Wait
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3.1.5.5 DNIS Digits
Default:
0
Selections:
0 to 11
Use this option to set allowed DNIS digits. This
option works with Options 3.1.5.3 DNIS and
3.1.5.4 ANI to prevent invalid DNIS/ANI signals.
0
No preset DNIS digits. Auto identify
according to Option 3.1.5.3 and 3.1.5.4
1 to 4
4 DNIS digits
5 to 11
The number of allowed DNIS digits
3.1.6
Reserved Feature
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3.1.7 Event 3-1 or 4-1
This section can only be programmed using the
D6200 Programming Software. Table 12 shows the
programmed event codes and corresponding
descriptions (in English).
Table 12: Event 3-1 or 4-1 (Line Configuration)
Event Codes
Event Code
A
R
O
C
T
\
Other
Description
ALARM
RESTORE
OPEN
CLOSE
TROUBLE
CANCEL
ALARM
3.1.7.1 Event 3-1 – Digit 0
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1.
3.1.7.2 Event 3-1 – Digit 1
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1.
3.1.7.3 Event 3-1 – Digit 2
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1.
3.1.7.4 Event 3-1 – Digit 3
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1.
3.1.7.5 Event 3-1 – Digit 4
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.7.6 Event 3-1 – Digit 5
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
Line Card Configuration
3.1.7.7 Event 3-1 – Digit 6
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.7.8 Event 3-1 – Digit 7
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.7.9 Event 3-1 – Digit 8
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.7.10 Event 3-1 – Digit 9
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.7.11 Event 3-1 – Digit A
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.7.12 Event 3-1 – Digit B
Default:
O
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.7.13 Event 3-1 – Digit C
Default:
C
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.7.14 Event 3-1 – Digit D
Default:
\
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.7.15 Event 3-1 – Digit E
Default:
R
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.7.16 Event 3-1 – Digit F
Default:
T
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.8 Event 4-2 or 4-3
This menu item can only be programmed using the
D6200 Programming Software.
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3.1.8.1 Event 4-2 – Digit 0
Line Card Configuration
3.1.8.11 Event 4-2 – Digit A
Default:
A
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.8.2 Event 4-2 – Digit 1
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.8.12 Event 4-2 – Digit B
Default:
A
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.8.3 Event 4-2 – Digit 2
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.8.13 Event 4-2 – Digit C
Default:
A
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.8.4 Event 4-2 – Digit 3
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.8.14 Event 4-2 – Digit D
Default:
A
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.8.5 Event 4-2 – Digit 4
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.8.15 Event 4-2 – Digit E
Default:
A
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.8.6 Event 4-2 – Digit 5
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.8.16 Event 4-2 – Digit F
Default:
A
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.8.7 Event 4-2 – Digit 6
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.8.8 Event 4-2 – Digit 7
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.8.9 Event 4-2 – Digit 8
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.8.10 Event 4-2 – Digit 9
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
3.1.9 Automation (D6600 Only)
3.1.9.1 Virtual Receiver Number (D6600 Only)
Default:
00
Selections:
00 to 99
00
The D6600 sends a common receiver
number programmed in Menu Item
2.2.30 Receiver Number on page 12, to
the automation software.
01 to 99
The D6600 sends this receiver number
to the automation software overriding
the number programmed in Menu Item
2.2.30 Receiver Number.
The receiver can use a common receiver number
programmed in Menu Item 2.2.30 Receiver Number,
or it can send a receiver number from each individual
PSTN line to the receiver.
Refer to Menu Item Event 3-1 or 4-1 on page 34.
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3.1.9.2 Receiver Type (D6600 Only)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 to 9
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Line Card Configuration
D6600
M/E
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ADEMCO 685
FBI CP220
Osborn-Hoffman Quick Alert I/II
Silent Knight 9000
Varitech
Sur-Gard MLR2-DG
ITI CS4000
DMP
C&K
Enter the receiver type.
D6600
M/E
D6600
CAN
The selections made determine the database the
automation software uses to manage the incoming
signals from this specific line.
repeatedly.
Program the automation switch for the
appropriate database.
Setting the Receiver Type
•
D6600
2x
In D6500 Mode:
The D6600 sends the Receiver Type in the
header position of the report. When this option is
programmed with a non-zero value, it overwrites
the value set in Menu Item 2.4.8 Header on
page 17, in the D6500 Mode.
When this Option is 0, the header follows Menu
Item 2.4.8 Header.
D6600
M/E
D6600
•
M/E
Enter line number.
D6600
M/E
When this Option is greater than 0, the “Header”
is 1” for “01” and so on. Every protocol in the
D6500 Mode shows a header.
In SIA Mode:
When this Option = 0, the report does not contain
the receiver type modifier.
When this Option is > 0, the modifier “rc” in lower
case is sent at the beginning of each N and O
block.
Example: [#123|Nrc01BA1].
D6600
8x
The Receiver Type applies only to Pulse
and DTMF formats in SIA Mode, except
High Speed and Contact ID.
D6600
M/E
D6600
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3.1.9.3 Acron 3-8 Account Output (D6600 Only)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
The D6600 sends a three-digit account code
to the automation software.
1
The D6600 sends a leading space to the
automation software.
ACRON 3-8 format has a three-digit account code.
Setting this option to 0 allows the D6600 to send a
three-digit account code to the automation software in
AAA form. Setting this option to 1 allows the D6600 to
send a leading 0 to the automation software in 0AAA
form.
3.1.9.4 4-2 Format Output (D6600 Only)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 to 3
Line Card Configuration
3.1.9.6 Convert Pulse Account Number (D6600
Only)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 to 3
0
No change (default).
1
Add prefix 0 to pulse 3-1 and 3-2
2
Remove prefix 0 at pulse 4-1, 4-2, and 4-3
3
Add prefix 0 to pulse 3-1 and 3-2 and
remove prefix 0 at pulse 4-1, 4-2, and 4-3
3.2
Setting Default Line Configuration
3.2.1
Default Line Configuration from the
Keypad
D6 6 0 0
D6 1 0 0IPv6
2x
0
Sends a normal Bosch D6500 Mode output
as AAAAsEssXY
1
Sends AAAAsEsssY
2
Sends AAAAsXsssY
D6600
D6100IPv6
3
Strip alpha characters in zone when in
automation format.
For example, 1234 F9 appears as 1234 9,
or 1234 30 appears as 1234 30.
M/E
ENTER
D6 6 00
D 6 10 0IPv6
AAAA = the account number
E = the event code derived from the code X in Menu Item
3.1.8.1 Event 4-2 – Digit 0 to Menu Item 3.1.8.16 Event 4-2
– Digit F on page 36
XY = the two-digit reporting code
This option applies only to Pulse 4-2 and DTMF 4-2
formats and provides the flexibility to interface with
different automation software, so that the automation
software’s database can accurately interpret the 4-2
signal.
3.1.9.5 Output for Modem II/III Formats (D6600
Only)
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
D6600
D6100IPv6
M/E
ENTER
D 660 0
0
1
Sends a normal D6500 Mode output to the
automation software.
Sends the S protocol to the automation
software.
This option provides an extended S protocol in the
2
D6500 Mode so all Modem II and Modem IIIa
messages can be sent in SIA format to automation.
Refer to the D6600/D6100IPv6 Computer Interface
Manual (P/N: 4998122703) for S protocol in D6500
Mode.
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0
D66 00
1
D6 6 0 0
D 61 00IPv6
i
0
D6 100IPv6
1
Exit from this option without
changing the line
configurations to the default.
All line configurations return
to the default values listed in
Menu Item 3.1.1.1 Tone 1 on
page 24.
D6 1 0 0IPv6
i
C A N CANCEL
repeatedly.
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Host Programming
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3.3
Copy Selected Line Configuration
to Another Line
3.3.1
Copy Selected Line Configuration from the
Keypad
Use this option to copy the settings from one line to
another.
1.
D6 6 00
D 6 10 0IPv6
2x
2.
3.
D6600
D6100IPv6i
M/E
ENTER
D 66 0 0
D 61 0 0IPv6
4.0 Host Programming
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Programming Password (Reserved)
Host Phone Number (Reserved)
Modem Ready to Receive
(Reserved)
Dialing (Reserved)
Parameters
4.5.1
COM4 Baud Rate
Default:
9
Selections:
9
9
38400
Fixed value.
4.5.2 COM4 Data Bit
2x
Default:
8
Selections:
8
Fixed value.
4.5.3 COM4 Parity
4.
D6600
D6100IPv6
i
M/E
ENTER
D6600:
D6100IPv6:
5.
6.
Enter the line to copy.
D6600
D6100IPv6
i
M/E
ENTER
D6600:
D6100IPv6:
7.
8.
9.
Enter the line number.
D6600
D6100IPv6
M/E
ENTER
D6 6 0 0
D 6 1 00IPv6
C A N CANCEL
Default:
0
Selections:
0 to 2 (D6600)
0 (D6100)
0
None
1
Even
2
Odd
For the D6600, set the parity for COM4. The D6100IPv6
value is fixed at 0.
4.5.4 COM4 Stop Bit
Default:
1
Selections:
1 or 2 (D6600)
1 (D6100)
For the D6600, select the stop bit value for COM4.
The D6100IPv6 value is fixed at 1.
4.5.5 Modem Selection (Reserved Feature)
4.5.6 Reserved Feature
4.5.7 RS-232 Firmware Programming Enable
Default:
1
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Disables firmware programming, enables
only parameter programming.
1
Enables firmware and parameters
programming.
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4.5.8
4.5.9
Remote Access Permission (Reserved
Feature)
RS-232 Direct Access Permission
Default:
1
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Disable D6200 connection.
1
Enable D6200 connection.
Firmware Version
5.0 Firmware Version
5.1
1.
Checking CPU and Line Card
Firmware Versions
D6 6 00
D 6 100 IPv6
4x
2.
3.
D6600
D6100IPv6
M/E
ENTER
D6 6 00
D 6 10 0IPv6
Scroll down through the
installed line cards (D6600
can have up to eight).
D6600:
to
D6100:
to
4.
D6600 Only:
D6600
The string of eight numbers separated by
commas is the version number of the line card
firmware loaded into the D6600’s DSP.
If a version is not loaded into the DSP (as is the
case here with positions 3 and 4), [# N/A]
appears in place of the version number.
5.
D6600
CAN
40
repeatedly.
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Network Configuration
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6.0 Network Configuration
6.1
0
For all references to the D6686, refer to the
provided Installation Supplement for the
specific model number of the Network
Ethernet Module.
Selections:
0 to 2
0
Disable COM4 Network Adapter
connection (RS-232 to D6200).
Customers ordering a D6100IPv6-01
receive a Model D6100IPv6
Communications Receiver/Gateway, and
should refer to the UL864 & UL1610
Installation Supplement (P/N
F01U134241) included with the product.
1
Enable COM4 D6680 Network Adapter
connection.
2
Enable COM4 D6682 Network Adapter
connection.
Enable COM4 D6686 Network Adapter
connection.
COM4 Network Adapter (D6600
only)
3
6.1.6
COM4 Network Encryption Enabled
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Disable COM4 Network Encryption
1
Enable COM4 Network Encryption
6.2
COM1 Network Adapter
(D6600)/Network Adapter
(D6100IPv6)
On a D6100IPv6, Section 6.2 is used
only to configure a network adapter.
On a D6600, Section 6.2 is used to
configure either a network adapter or a
serial adapter.
COM4 Baud Rate
Default:
9
Selections:
9
9
COM4 Network Adapter
Default:
When COM4 is used to connect to a
network adapter (Menu Item 6.1.5
COM4 Network Adapter must equal 1),
program the following parameters.
Parameters programmed in this section
override other COM4 settings
programmed in other sections.
Section 6.1 supports the D6600 only. It
is reserved on the D1600IPv6.
6.1.1
6.1.5
38400
This is a fixed value for the data transmission baud
rate for COM4.
6.1.2 COM4 Data Bit
On aD6600, when the optional COM1 port is used for
connecting to a network adapter, program the
following parameters.
6.2.1 COM1 Baud Rate (D6600 only)
Default:
8
Default:
9
Selections:
8
Selections:
9
Fixed value.
6.1.3 COM4 Parity
9
Default:
0
Selections:
0 to 2
38400
This is a fixed value for the data transmission baud
rate for COM1.
6.2.2 COM1 Data Bit (D6600 only)
0
None
Default:
8
1
Even
Selections:
8
2
Odd
Fixed value.
6.2.3 COM1 Parity (D6600 only)
Set the parity for COM4.
6.1.4 COM4 Stop Bit
Default:
0
0 to 2
Default:
1
Selections:
Selections:
1 or 2
0
None
1
Even
2
Odd
Select the stop bit value for COM4.
Set the parity for COM1.
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6.2.4
COM1 Stop Bit
Network Configuration
6.3.1
IP Address
Default:
1
Selections:
Selections:
1 or 2
[IPv4] xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Select the stop bit value for COM1.
6.2.5 Network Adapter
Default:
0
Selections:
D6600: 0 to 3
D6100IPv6: 0 or 2
0
Disable network adapter connection.
1
Enable network adapter connection for
D6600 with D6680 or D6100IPv6.
2
Enable network adapter connection for
D6600 with D6682 or D6100IPv6.
Enable network adapter connection for
D6600 with D6686.
3
6.2.6
Network Encryption Enabled
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Disable COM1 Network Encryption.
1
Enable COM1 Network Encryption.
6.3
[IPv6]
xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx
The IP Address of the computer running the
automation software must be set to a unique value in
order to distinguish it from other stations in the
network.
“UP” key”∆” for “.”, and “DOWN” key for
“:”
6.3.2
Port
Default:
10000
Selections:
1 to 65535
This entry is reserved unless a COM4 and/or a COM1
network adapter is enabled (Section 6.1.5 or Section
6.2.5 is not set to 0) and Datagram 02 is enabled
(Section 6.8.6 is set to 1). When this entry is
available, set it to the port number of the computer
running the automation software.
Typically, the port numbers 0 to 1023
are reserved in UNIX systems for
specific applications. Use numbers
ranging from 2000 to 30000 to avoid
conflicts.
Network Automation Connection
This section details connecting the D6600 or
D6100IPv6 to the network using the COM4 port
(D6600) or integrated Ethernet port (D6100IPv6).
Parameters programmed in this section
override other COM3 settings
programmed in other sections.
If the PC running the automation
software is using DHCP to get an IP
Address, the server might change the IP
address. If this occurs, the automation
software can no longer communicate
with the receiver until the receiver is
programmed with the new IP address
assigned to the automation PC. To
avoid this, use a static IP address for
the PC running the automation software.
6.3.3
Polling Interval
Default:
30
Selections:
0 to 255
Designate the polling interval in seconds to the
automation software.
6.3.4 Retry Number
Default:
4
Selections:
0 to 5
Select the number of retransmission attempts in case
of communications trouble.
6.3.5 ACK Wait
Default:
04
Selections:
01 to 60
Enter the time (in seconds) the D6600 waits for the
ACK message from the automation software.
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6.3.6
Network Automation Output Format
6.4.2
IP Address 2
Default:
0
Selections:
Selections:
0 to 2
[IPv4] xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
0
Disable network automation output.
1
D6500 Mode automation output.
2
Bosch SIA Mode automation output.
If after selecting an automation output,
you decide to disable automation (select
0), reboot the receiver for proper
operations.
Selection 0 completely disables
automation output when Menu Item
6.3.7 Device is set to 1.
6.3.7
[IPv6]
xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx
This entry is the second IP Address of the computer
running the D6200 software. Set the IP Address to a
unique value to distinguish it from other stations in the
network. This value must match the D6200 software
network settings.
“UP” key”∆” for “.”, and “DOWN” key for
“:”
6.4.3
IP Address 3
Selections:
Device
Default:
2
Selections:
1 or 2
1
Use Network Automation.
2
Use COM3 RS-232 automation.
Menu Item 6.3.7 must be set to 1 to use
network automation
6.4
Network Configuration
[IPv4] xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
[IPv6]
xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx
This entry is the third IP Address of the computer
running the D6200 software. Set the IP Address to a
unique value to distinguish it from other stations in
the network. This value must match the D6200
software network settings.
(Important Note)“UP” key”∆” for “.”,
and “DOWN” key for “:”
D6200 Network Connection
Connect the D6200 software to the network through
the D6600 COM4 or COM1 port or the D6100IPv6
Ethernet port.
One receiver can communicate with three different
PCs running the D6200 Programmer Software.
6.4.1 IP Address 1
6.4.4
Reserved
Section 6.4.4 is reserved in Firmware
version 1.32 and later.
Typically, the port numbers 0 to 1023
are reserved in UNIX systems for
specific applications. Use numbers
ranging from 2000 to 30000 to avoid
conflicts.
Selections:
[IPv4] xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
[IPv6]
xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx
This entry is the first IP Address of the computer
running the D6200 software. Set the IP Address to a
unique value to distinguish it from other stations in the
network. This value must match the D6200 software
network settings.
“UP” key”∆” for “.”, and “DOWN” key for
“:”
6.4.5
Network Programming Enable
Default:
1
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Disable network programming.
1
Enable network programming.
Use the D6200 to program the D6600/D6100IPv6
CPU, line card and other network communication
parameters through the network connection.
6.4.6 Login Password
Default:
(blank)
Selections:
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
This password is a string from 8 to 16 characters.
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If a password is entered here, the D6200 can connect
to the receiver from any PC and location as long as
the D6200 PC has this password entered in it.
If this field is (blank), this function will be disabled in
the receiver and D6200 workstations can only
connect if the static IP Address of the workstation is in
the receiver.
Password is case sensitive.
6.5
Network Printer (Reserved)
Section 6.5 is reserved.
6.6
Event 3-1 OR 4-1
The D6200 Programming Software can program only
Events 3-1 and 4-1. Table 13 shows programmed
event codes and corresponding descriptions.
Table 13: Event 3-1 or 4-1 (Network
Configuration)
Event Code
A
R
O
C
T
\
Other
6.6.1
Description
ALARM
RESTORE
OPEN
CLOSE
TROUBLE
CANCEL
ALARM
Event 3-1 – Digit 0
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 for details.
6.6.2 Event 3-1 – Digit 1
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 for details.
6.6.3 Event 3-1 – Digit 2
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 for details.
6.6.4 Event 3-1 – Digit 3
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 for details.
Network Configuration
6.6.5
Event 3-1 – Digit 4
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 for details.
6.6.6 Event 3-1 – Digit 5
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 for details.
6.6.7 Event 3-1 – Digit 6
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 for details.
6.6.8 Event 3-1 – Digit 7
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 for details.
6.6.9 Event 3-1 – Digit 9
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 for details.
6.6.10 Event 3-1 – Digit 9
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 for details.
6.6.11 Event 3-1 – Digit A
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 for details.
6.6.12 Event 3-1 – Digit B
Default:
O
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 for details.
6.6.13 Event 3-1 – Digit C
Default:
C
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 for details.
6.6.14 Event 3-1 – Digit D
Default:
\
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 for details.
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6.6.15 Event 3-1 – Digit E
6.7.9
Network Configuration
Event 4-2 – Digit 8
Default:
R
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 for details.
6.6.16 Event 3-1 – Digit F
Refer to Table 13 on page 44 for details.
6.7.10 Event 4-2 – Digit 9
Default:
T
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 on page 44 for details.
6.7
4-2 OR 4-3
6.7.1
Event 4-2 – Digit 0
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 on page 44 for details.
6.7.2 Event 4-2 – Digit 1
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 on page 44 for details.
6.7.3 Event 4-2 – Digit 2
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 on page 44 for details.
6.7.4 Event 4-2 – Digit 3
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 on page 44 for details.
6.7.5 Event 4-2 – Digit 4
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 on page 44 for details.
6.7.6 Event 4-2 – Digit 5
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 on page 44 for details.
6.7.7 Event 4-2 – Digit 6
Refer to Table 13 on page 44 for details.
6.7.11 Event 4-2 – Digit A
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 on page 44 for details.
6.7.12 Event 4-2 – Digit B
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 on page 44 for details.
6.7.13 Event 4-2 – Digit C
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 on page 44 for details.
6.7.14 Event 4-2 – Digit D
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 on page 44 for details.
6.7.15 Event 4-2 – Digit E
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 on page 44 for details.
6.7.16 Event 4-2 – Digit F
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Refer to Table 13 on page 44 for details.
6.8
Global Parameters
6.8.1
C900 Fallback Reminder
Default:
A
Default:
1
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Selections:
0 or 1
Refer to Table 13 on page 44 for details.
6.7.8 Event 4-2 – Digit 7
Default:
A
Selections:
0 to 9, A to Z, or \
Set this option to 1 to generate a reminder message
to the printer and automation software every 30 min
the C900 is in Fallback Mode until the C900 returns to
the Intercept Mode. The C900 must be in the
Intercept Mode for network communication.
Refer to Table 13 on page 44 for details.
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6.8.2
Substitution Monitor
Default:
3
Selections:
0 to 9
0
Use to disable the Substitution monitor
and Menu Item 6.8.3 Disable Account by
Substitution.
1 to 9
Number of consecutive error packages
sent before a Substitution Alarm event is
generated.
Programming the substitution monitor allows the
D6600/D6100IPv6 to identify whether an alarm is real
or a trick by someone sending a recording of a valid
control panel signal.
6.8.3 Disable Account by Substitution
Default:
20
Selections:
0 to 99
0
Disable this function
1 to 10
10 times
11 to 99
Selected times
Use this option to automatically disable the trouble
accounts after the selected number of consecutive
error packages is received. This prevents attacks by
continuously sending invalid packages to the central
station.
6.8.4 Virtual Account Replacement
Default:
1
Selections:
0 to 2
0
Disable Virtual Account Replacement
1
Enable Virtual Account replacement only
for events generated by the
D6600/D6100IPv6 firmware, such as
account Comm Restore/Comm Fail events.
2
Enable Virtual Account Replacement for all
network events
6.8.5
NNC Mode allows the field devices (control panels
with a C900, DX4020, or D9133) to operate over the
network without assigning a static IP address to the
device. The D9412G/D7412G/D7212G/D9412/
D7412/D9112/D7212 Control Panels with a
D9133/DX4020 use the Area 1 account number (up to
eight digits) to identify the control panel’s location on
the network. Any dialer with a C900 (version 1.10 or
later) uses a hard-coded eight-digit serial number
from the C900 to identify its location on the network.
This is necessary if multiple field devices must
communicate through a single firewall to a
D6600/D6100IPv6.
This option can be enabled (1) only when
the D6600/D6100IPv6 works in NNC
Mode. Menu Item 6.8.5 must be set to a
1.
Menu Items 6.3.2 and 6.4.4 must be
enabled to allow port input.
6.8.6
Reserved
The Datagram Type field is no longer used
starting with D6200 v2.00 and higher and
the associated receiver software versions.
6.8.7 Output for Modem II/III Formats
Default:
0
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Sends a normal D6500 Mode output to the
automation software.
1
Sends the S protocol to the automation
software.
This option provides an extended S protocol in the
D6500 Mode so all Modem II and Modem IIIa²
messages can be sent in SIA format to automation.
Refer to the D6600/D6100IPv6 Computer Interface
Manual (P/N: 4998122703) for S protocol in D6500
Mode.
Network Naming Convention (NNC)
Enabled
Default:
1
Selections:
0 or 1
0
Disable NNC Mode
1
Enable NNC Mode
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Database Configuration
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7.0 Database Configuration
8.0 Registered Accounts
Bosch recommends using the D6200 for adding,
deleting, or modifying the account database.
Shows the maximum number of accounts and the
current number of accounts in the D6600/D6100IPv6.
7.1
Add or modify an account
[ENTER]
Input NNC Account: ______
[1][2][3][4][5][6]
[ENTER]
7.1.1 Virtual Account Number
Current Setting [0][0][0][0]
New Value: ______
[1][2][3][4]
[ENTER]
7.1.2 Enable Communication
Current Setting [1]
New Value [0]..[1]:
[1]
[ENTER]
7.1.3 Poll Rate
Current Setting [7][5]
New Value [0]…[1275]
7.1.4 ACK Wait
Current Setting [15]
7.1.5 Virtual Line Number
Current Setting [0]
7.1.6 Priority
7.1.7 Virtual Receiver Number
Current Setting [0]
7.1.8 Resync Key for Anti-Sub
Current Setting [1]
7.1.9 Time Sync Enable
Current Setting [0]
7.2
7.3
9.0 Exit Menu
Exits the receiver from the menu options and returns
the receiver to normal operation.
Delete an Account
View Account Status
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Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 | Program Entry Guide | Contents
Appendix A: Important Information
Table 14: Important Information
Receiver Number:
Line Phone
Numbers and
Other Notes:
Slot 1/Line 1 (L01)
Slot 1/Line 2 (L02)
Slot 1/Line 3 (L03)
Slot 1/Line 4 (L04)
Slot 2/Line 1 (L05)
Slot 2/Line 2 (L06)
Slot 2/Line 3 (L07)
Slot 2/Line 4 (L08)
Slot 3/Line 1 (L09)
Slot 3/Line 2 (L10)
Slot 3/Line 3 (L11)
Slot 3/Line 4 (L12)
Slot 4/Line 1 (L13)
Slot 4/Line 2 (L14)
Slot 4/Line 3 (L15)
Slot 4/Line 4 (L16)
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Slot 5/Line 1 (L17)
Slot 5/Line 2 (L18)
Slot 5/Line 3 (L19)
Slot 5/Line 4 (L20)
Slot 6/Line 1 (L21)
Slot 6/Line 2 (L22)
Slot 6/Line 3 (L23)
Slot 6/Line 4 (L24)
Slot 7/Line 1 (L25)
Slot 7/Line 2 (L26)
Slot 7/Line 3 (L27)
Slot 7/Line 4 (L28)
Slot 8/Line 1 (L29)
Slot 8/Line 2 (L30)
Slot 8/Line 3 (L31)
Slot 8/Line 4 (L32)
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Phone Line
Repair:
Monitoring
Facility Manager:
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