ICP-CC404
Installation Guide
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ICP-CC404
Control Panel
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ICP-CC404 | Installation Guide | Contents
Contents
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.2.1
1.2.2
1.2.3
2.0
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.4.1
2.4.2
2.4.3
2.4.4
2.4.5
2.4.6
2.4.7
2.4.8
2.4.9
2.4.10
2.5
3.0
3.1
3.2
4.0
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.10
4.11
4.11.1
4.11.2
4.12
4.13
Introduction ......................................................7
Features ...............................................................7
Quick Start ..........................................................7
Setting the Date and Time ................................8
Zone Defaults......................................................8
Zone Types .........................................................8
Programming ....................................................9
Programming with the Remote Codepad........9
Programming with the Programming Key ....10
Programming Option Bits ...............................10
Installer’s Programming Commands..............10
Command 958 – Enable/Disable Zone Status
Mode..................................................................11
Command 959 – Test the Programming Key11
Command 960 – Exit from the Installer's
Programming Mode.........................................12
Command 961 – Reset the Control Panel to
Factory Default Settings...................................12
Command 962 – Copy the Control Panel
Memory to the Programming Key .................12
Command 963 – Copy the Programming
Key to the Control Panel.................................12
Command 964 – Erase the Programming
Key.....................................................................13
Command 965 – Set Up Domestic Dialing
Format ...............................................................13
Command 966 – Enable or Disable Auto
Step Mode.........................................................13
Command 999 – Display the Panel Type or
Software Version Number...............................14
Disable Factory Defaults..................................15
Codepad Indicators .......................................16
ICP-CP508W Eight Zone LED Codepad......16
ICP-CP508LW Eight Zone LCD Codepad...17
System Operations.........................................18
Arming the System in AWAY Mode.............18
Disarming the System from AWAY Mode ...18
Arming the System in STAY Mode 1............19
Disarming the System from STAY Mode 1 ..19
Arming the System in STAY Mode 2............20
Disarming the System from STAY Mode 2 ..20
Codepad Duress Alarm ...................................21
Codepad Panic Alarm .....................................21
Codepad Fire Alarm ........................................21
Codepad Medical Alarm .................................21
Isolating Zones..................................................21
Standard Isolating.............................................21
Code to Isolate .................................................22
Fault Analysis Mode ........................................22
Fault Descriptions.............................................22
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5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.4.1
5.4.2
5.4.3
5.4.4
5.4.5
5.5
5.5.1
5.5.2
5.5.3
5.5.4
5.5.5
5.5.6
6.0
6.1
6.1.1
6.1.2
6.1.3
6.1.4
6.1.5
6.1.6
6.1.7
6.1.8
6.2
6.2.1
6.2.2
6.2.3
6.2.4
6.2.5
6.2.6
6.2.7
6.2.8
6.2.9
6.3
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.3.3
6.3.4
Remote Radio Transmitter Operations....24
Indications from Remote Radio Transmitter
Operations ........................................................24
Remote Radio User Code Priority Levels.....24
Changing or Deleting Remote Radio User
Codes.................................................................24
Two-Channel Remote Radio Hand-Held
Transmitter Operations ...................................25
Arming in AWAY Mode ................................25
Disarming from AWAY Mode.......................25
Arming in STAY Mode 1 ...............................25
Disarming from STAY Mode 1......................26
Panic Alarm ......................................................26
Four-Channel Remote Radio Hand-Held
Transmitter Operations ...................................26
Arming in AWAY Mode ................................26
Disarming from AWAY Mode.......................26
Arming in STAY Mode 1 ...............................26
Disarming from STAY Mode 1......................26
Panic Alarm ......................................................27
Remote Outputs ...............................................27
System Functions ...........................................27
Installer Code Functions .................................27
Set the Number of Days until the First Test
Report ...............................................................27
Changing Domestic Phone Numbers ............28
Change Telco Arming or Disarming
Sequence ...........................................................28
Setting STAY Mode 2 Zones..........................30
Satellite Siren Service Mode ...........................30
Turning Telephone Monitor Mode On and
Off......................................................................31
Walk Test Mode...............................................31
Event Memory Recall Mode ..........................31
Master Code Functions ...................................31
Changing and Deleting User Codes ..............32
Changing and Deleting Remote Radio User
Codes.................................................................32
Changing Domestic Phone Numbers ............33
Change Telco Arming or Disarming
Sequence ...........................................................34
Setting STAY Mode 2 Zones..........................35
Turning Outputs On/Off ................................36
Setting the Date and Time ..............................36
Walk Test Mode...............................................36
Event Memory Recall Mode ..........................36
Hold-Down Functions .....................................37
Arming the System in AWAY Mode ............37
Arming the System in STAY Mode 1 ...........37
Arming the System in STAY Mode 2 ...........37
Horn Speaker Test ...........................................37
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6.3.5
6.3.6
6.3.7
6.3.8
6.3.9
6.3.10
6.3.11
6.3.12
7.0
8.0
8.1
8.1.1
8.1.2
8.1.3
8.1.4
8.2
9.0
9.1
9.2
10.0
10.1
10.1.1
10.1.2
10.1.3
10.1.4
10.2
11.0
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
11.7
11.8
11.9
11.10
11.11
12.0
12.1
12.2
12.3
13.0
13.1
4
Bell Test.............................................................37
Strobe Test ........................................................37
Turning Day Alarm On and Off ....................38
Fault Analysis Mode ........................................38
Initiate a Modem Call......................................38
Reset Latching Outputs ...................................38
Codepad Buzzer Tone Change.......................38
Send Test Report..............................................38
Remote Arming by Telephone ...................38
Alarm Link Software.....................................39
Remote Connect...............................................39
Remote Connect with Customer Control......39
Remote Connect without Callback
Verification .......................................................39
Remote Connect with Callback Verification 39
Direct Connect .................................................40
Alarm Link Options.........................................40
Domestic Dialing ...........................................40
Domestic Dialing Function..............................40
Setting Up and Programming Domestic
Reporting ..........................................................41
Dialer Reporting Formats ............................42
Transmission Formats......................................42
Contact ID Format...........................................42
Point ID Codes .................................................43
4 + 2 Express Reporting Format ....................43
Basic Pager Reporting Format ........................44
Basic Pager Display Information ....................45
Dialer Information.........................................46
Primary Telephone Number for Receiver 1
and Receiver 2..................................................46
Secondary Telephone Number for Receiver 1
and Receiver 2..................................................47
Handshake Tone for Receiver 1 and
Receiver 2 .........................................................47
Transmission Format for Receiver 1 and
Receiver 2 .........................................................47
Subscriber ID Number for Receiver 1 and
Receiver 2 .........................................................47
Dialing Format..................................................48
Telco Arming Sequence ..................................48
Telco Disarming Sequence..............................48
Call Back Telephone Number ........................49
Ring Count........................................................49
Telephone Line Fault Options........................49
Dialer Options ................................................50
Dialer Options 1...............................................50
Dialer Options 2...............................................50
Dialer Options 3...............................................51
Access Code ....................................................51
Installer Code ...................................................51
13.2
13.3
14.0
14.1
14.1.1
14.1.2
14.1.3
14.2
14.3
14.3.1
14.3.2
14.3.3
14.3.4
14.3.5
14.3.6
14.3.7
14.3.8
14.4
14.5
15.0
15.1
15.2
15.3
15.4
15.5
15.6
15.7
15.8
15.9
15.10
15.11
15.12
15.13
15.14
15.15
15.16
15.17
15.18
15.19
15.20
15.21
15.22
16.0
16.1
16.2
16.3
16.4
16.5
User Codes .......................................................51
User Code Priority...........................................52
Zone Information...........................................53
Day Alarm Information...................................53
Day Alarm Resetting .......................................53
Day Alarm Latching ........................................53
Day Alarm Operation .....................................53
EOL Resistor Value.........................................53
Zone Programming ..........................................54
Zone Types .......................................................55
Zone Pulse Count.............................................56
Zone Pulse Count Time ..................................56
Zone Options 1 ................................................57
Keyswitch Zone Options.................................57
Zone Options 2 ................................................58
Zone Report Code ...........................................59
Zone Dialer Options........................................59
Swinger Shutdown Count for Siren ...............59
Swinger Shutdown Count for Dialer .............59
System Reporting Information ...................60
Zone Status – Bypass Reports.........................60
Zone Status – Trouble Reports.......................60
Zone Status – Sensor Watch Reports.............60
Zone Status – Alarm Restore Code ...............60
Zone Status Reporting Options ......................61
Open/Close Reports........................................61
Open/Close Reporting Options .....................61
Codepad Duress Report..................................61
Codepad Panic Report ....................................61
Codepad Fire Report.......................................61
Codepad Medical Report................................62
Codepad Reporting Options ..........................62
System Status – AUX Power Supply Fail
Report ...............................................................62
System Status – AUX Power Supply Fail
Restore Report .................................................62
System Status – AC Fail Report .....................62
System Status – AC Fail Restore Report.......62
System Status – Low Battery Report .............62
System Status – Low Battery Restore Report63
System Status – Access Denied ......................63
System Status Reporting Options...................63
Test Reporting Time........................................63
Test Reporting Dialer Options .......................64
Programmable Outputs................................64
Redirecting Outputs to the Codepad Buzzer 64
Output Event Types ........................................65
Output Polarity.................................................68
Output Timing .................................................70
Pulsing Polarities ..............................................70
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16.6
17.0
17.1
17.2
17.3
17.4
17.5
17.6
17.7
17.8
17.9
17.10
17.11
17.12
17.13
17.14
17.15
17.16
18.0
18.1
18.2
18.3
18.4
18.5
18.6
18.7
18.8
19.0
19.1
19.2
19.3
19.4
19.5
19.6
19.7
19.8
19.9
19.10
20.0
20.1
20.2
20.3
21.0
21.1
21.2
21.3
22.0
22.1
One-Shot Polarities ..........................................70
System Event Timers.....................................70
Programming Entry/Exit Timers....................70
Entry Timer 1 ...................................................70
Entry Timer 2 ...................................................71
Exit Time ..........................................................71
Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode .............71
Delay Alarm Reporting Time .........................71
Sensor Watch Time..........................................71
Codepad Lockout Time...................................71
Siren Run Time ................................................71
Siren Sound Rate..............................................71
Auto Arming Pre-Alert Timer ........................72
Auto Arming Time...........................................72
Auto Disarming Time ......................................72
Kiss-Off Wait Time ..........................................72
System Time .....................................................72
System Date ......................................................72
System and Consumer Options ..................73
System Options 1 .............................................73
System Options 2 .............................................73
System Options 3 .............................................74
System Options 4 .............................................74
Consumer Options 1........................................75
Consumer Options 2........................................75
Consumer Options 3........................................75
Radio Input Options ........................................76
Optional Equipment .....................................76
RE012E/RE013E 2-Channel/ 4-Channel
Hand-Held Transmitters 433 MHz ................76
WE800E 433 MHz RF Receiver ....................76
RE005E Two-Channel Radio Interface .........76
CC891 Programming Key...............................76
CC816 Alarm Link Software ..........................76
CP5 Eight Zone LED Codepad (CP508W)...76
CP5 Eight Zone LCD Codepad (CP508LW) 77
CP105A Night Arm Station ............................77
PS101 Power Supply Module .........................77
TF008 Plug Pack (TF008) ................................77
Terminals and Descriptions.........................78
Terminal Descriptions .....................................78
Glossary Of Terms ...........................................79
Diagrams ...........................................................81
Specifications ..................................................84
Warranty Statement .........................................84
Advice to Users ................................................84
New Zealand Telepermit Notes......................84
Programming Sheets .....................................85
Country Codes................................................93
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Figures
Figure 1:
Figure 2:
Figure 3:
Figure 4:
Figure 5:
Figure 6:
Figure 7:
Figure 8:
Figure 9:
Figure 10:
Figure 11:
Figure 12:
Figure 13:
Figure 14:
Figure 15:
ICP-CP508W Eight Zone LED Codepad16
ICP-CP508LW Eight Zone LCD
Codepad.....................................................17
ICP-CP508W LED Codepad Showing
Audible Alarm Buttons ............................21
RE012/E: 2-Channel Keyfob Transmitter25
RE013/E: 4-Channel Keyfob Transmitter26
Basic Pager Display ..................................45
Split EOL Resistors Using NC Contacts 54
Split EOL Resistors Using NO Contacts 54
Wiring Diagram for Keyswitch Zone .....58
WE800E Wireless ON/OFF Interface....76
ICP-CC404 Wiring Diagram ...................81
ICP-CC404 Component Overlay ...........82
Telecom Connection Diagram for
Australia .....................................................83
Telecom Connection Diagram for New
Zealand ......................................................83
Telecom Connection Diagram for China83
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Zone Defaults...............................................8
Zone Types ..................................................8
Codepad Indicators.....................................9
Programming Option Bits Example........10
Installer’s Programming Mode
Commands.................................................10
Command 965 Defaults............................14
Control Panel Type...................................14
Zone Indicators .........................................16
STAY Indicator .........................................16
AWAY Indicator.......................................16
MAINS Indicator ......................................16
FAULT Indicator ......................................17
Audible Indicators.....................................17
Fault Indicators..........................................22
Horn Speaker Indication Beeps for
Remote Operations...................................24
Strobe Indications for Remote
Operations .................................................24
Codepad Indicators for Remote Radio
User Numbers ...........................................25
Remote Output Event Types ...................27
Installer Code Functions ..........................27
Domestic Dialing Digits............................28
Codepad Indicators When Changing
Phone Numbers.........................................28
Telco Arming or Disarming Dialing
Digits...........................................................29
Codepad Indicators When Changing the
Telco Arming or Disarming Sequence ...29
Telephone Monitor Mode Indications....31
Master Code Functions.............................32
Remote Radio Numbers Displayed by
the Codepad Indicators ............................32
Codepad Indicators When Changing
Domestic Telephone Numbers................33
Domestic Dialing Digits............................33
Telco Arming or Disarming Dialing
Digits...........................................................34
Codepad Indicators When Changing
Telco Arming or Disarming Sequence ...34
Domestic Dialing Digits............................41
Contact ID Format Breakdown ...............42
Point ID Codes..........................................43
Example Reporting in 4 + 2 Express
Format ........................................................43
4 + 2 Express Reporting Format .............43
4+2 Express Transmission Code
Descriptions ...............................................44
Zone Status Display Descriptions............45
Dialing Digits.............................................46
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Telco Arm or Disarm Dialing Digits ......48
Default User Codes...................................51
Priority Levels ...........................................52
EOL Resistor Options ..............................53
Zone Programming Defaults....................55
Zone Pulse Count Times..........................56
Zone Dialer Options.................................59
Zone Status Reporting Options...............61
Open/Close Reporting Options..............61
Codepad Alarm Reporting Options .......62
System Status Reporting Options ...........63
Test Reporting Time Parameters ............64
Test Reporting Options............................64
Output Parameters....................................64
Output Programming Defaults ................64
Event Type Polarities ...............................69
Time Base Settings....................................70
Pulsing Time Settings ...............................70
One-Shot Time Settings ...........................70
Auto Arming Time Parameters ...............72
Auto Disarming Time Parameters ..........72
System Time Parameters..........................72
System Date Parameters...........................73
Strobe Indications for Remote
Operations .................................................73
Horn Speaker Indication Beeps for
Remote Operations...................................73
Terminal Descriptions ..............................78
Glossary .....................................................79
Specifications .............................................84
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ICP-CC404 | Installation Guide | 1.0
1.0 Introduction
Congratulations on selecting the ICP-CC404 Control
Panel for your installation. Take the time to read
through this guide and familiarize yourself with the
outstanding operating and installation features of this
system so you can get the most from your unit.
In all aspects of planning, engineering, styling,
operation, convenience, and adaptability, we try to
anticipate your every possible requirement.
Programming simplicity and speed are major
considerations; we believe that our objectives are
more than satisfied.
This Installation Guide explains all aspects of
programming the ICP-CC404 Control Panel from
factory default to final commissioning. All system
parameters and options are detailed, but suitability is
left to the individual. You can tailor each control
panel to meet your requirements quickly and easily.
The programming simplicity makes your installation
quick, accurate, and rewarding.
As control panels continue to improve over the years,
they become very powerful. We have addressed the
needs of some early first-time users who have
advanced to true “power users,” while maintaining
the simplicity of the product and the Installation
Guide.
1.1
•
•
•
•
•
1.2
2.
The ICP-CC404 Security System uses the latest in
microprocessor technology to provide you with useful
features, and superior reliability and performance.
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Sensor watch
Day Alarm
Walk Test Mode
Delayed reporting
40 events in non-volatile memory
Quick Start
The following steps allow you to use the ICP-CC404
Control Panel with factory default values. The default
values allow the control panel to communicate in the
Contact ID format. If you are not familiar with
programming the range of control panels, read the
information in Section 2.0 Programming on page 9
before starting the installation.
1. After all wiring is complete, connect the AC plug
pack to the control panel.
Both the MAINS and AWAY indicators light.
The MAINS indicator lights to indicate that the
AC MAINS supply is connected. The AWAY
indicator lights to indicate that the system is
armed in AWAY Mode.
Features
The control panel provides these features:
• Eight programmable User Codes (1 to 8)
• Eight remote radio User Codes (9 to 16)
• Four programmable Burglary Zones
• Four programmable 24-Hour Zones
• Dual reporting
• On-board Line Fault Module
• Telco arming/disarming sequence
• Automatic arming and disarming
• Codepad Duress, Panic, Fire, and Medical
Alarms
• STAY Mode and AWAY Mode operation
• Upload/download programmable
• Dynamic battery testing
• Entry and Exit Warning beeper
• Remote arming
• Answering machine bypass
• AC fail and system fault indicators
• Monitored Siren Output
• Strobe Output
• Relay Output
• Separate Fire Alarm sound
• EDMSAT – Satellite Siren-compatible
• Zone lockout
Introduction
If any 24-Hour zones are unsealed when you
power up the system, the Siren, Strobe, and Bell
Outputs activate into alarm and the
corresponding zone indicators flash.
Enter the default Master Code (2580) and press
[AWAY] to disarm the system and to reset any
alarm that occurred when you powered up the
system.
The AWAY indicator turns off to signify that the
system is disarmed.
If any zone indicator flashes, an alarm occurred
in that zone.
3.
4.
5.
If a zone indicator lights constantly, the zone is
unsealed.
Connect the backup battery.
Enter the default Master Code (2580) and press
[AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash simultaneously to indicate you
entered Installer’s Programming Mode. You are
automatically positioned at Location 000, the first
digit of the Primary Telephone Number for
Receiver 1.
Enter the default Installer Code (1234) and press
Enter the Primary Telephone Number, the
Secondary Telephone Number, and the
Subscriber ID Number for Receiver 1.
Refer to Sections 11.1 on page 46, 11.2 on
page 47, and 11.5 on page 47 for more
information about programming these numbers.
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6.
7.
8.
Introduction
When programming the telephone numbers for
Receiver 1 and Receiver 2, you must program a 0
as a 10. Programming a 0 in the telephone
number indicates the end of the dialing sequence.
Unless otherwise stated, program a 0 as a 0 in all
locations other than the telephone numbers for
Receiver 1 and Receiver 2, and the Call Back
Telephone Number.
If required, set the Test Report time. Program
any other required changes. Otherwise, factory
default settings are used. Refer to Section 15.21
Test Reporting Time on page 63 for more
information.
Enter command [9 6 0] and press [AWAY] to exit
from the Installer’s Programming Mode.
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off. The system returns to the
disarmed state and is ready for use. Refer to
Section 2.4 Installer’s Programming Commands on
page 10 for more information.
Use the Master Code to set the date and time.
Refer to Section 1.2.1 Setting the Date and Time for
more information.
1.2.1 Setting the Date and Time
1. Enter your Master Code and press [6][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Enter the day, month, year, hour, and minute in
DD, MM, YY, HH, MM format (where DD is the
day of the month, MM is the month of the year,
YY is the year, HH is the hour of the day, and
MM minute of the day) and press [AWAY].
Use 24:00 hour format when programming the
hour of the day.
1.2.2
Zone Defaults
The default zone settings for the control panel are
listed in Table 1. You can program Zones 1 to 4 to
any of the zone types. Refer to Table 2 for the zone
types you can select.
Table 1:
Zone
1
2
3
4
1.2.3
Zone Defaults
Zone Type
Zone
Zone Type
Delay-1
Handover
Handover
Instant
5
6
7
8
24-Hour Burglary
24-Hour Burglary
24-Hour Fire
24-Hour Tamper
Zone Types
There are thirteen zone types to choose from when
programming zones for the ICP-CC404 Control
Panel. Refer to Section 14.3 Zone Programming on
page 54 for more information.
Table 2:
Type
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Zone Types
Description
Instant
Handover
Delay-1
Delay-2
Reserved
Reserved
24-Hour Medical
24-Hour Panic
Type
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Description
24-Hour Holdup
24-Hour Tamper
Reserved
Keyswitch
24-Hour Burglary
24-Hour Fire
Chime only
Zone not used
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off. If a long beep sounds, there
was an error when you entered the date and time.
Example
To set the date and time for the 1st January 2006 at
10:30 PM, enter:
[2 5 8 0 6][AWAY][0 1 0 1 0 6 2 2 3 0][AWAY]
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ICP-CC404 | Installation Guide | 2.0
2.0 Programming
The control panel programming options are stored in
a non-volatile EPROM. This memory holds all
configuration and user-specific data even after a total
power loss.
Because the data retention time is up to ten years
without power, no reprogramming is required after
powering down the control panel.
You can change data as many times as necessary
without any additional specialized equipment. The
memory is organized in locations, each of which
holds the data for a specific function.
15 is the maximum value that you can
program into any location.
In general, the entire programming sequence consists
of selecting the required location, and then entering
or changing the current data. Repeat this procedure
until you program all the required data. The factory
default settings are selected for reporting to the
monitoring station in Contact ID format.
Table 3:
Data
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Programming
Codepad Indicators
1
2
Zone Indicators
3 4 5 6
7
8
MAINS
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
To move to a different programming location:
The Installer Code provides access only to the
Installer’s Programming Mode and does not allow
you to arm and disarm the system. You cannot enter
Installer’s Programming Mode when the system is
armed, or at any time during siren run time.
Enter the location number and press [AWAY].
You can program the ICP-CC404 Control Panel
using any of these three devices:
• Remote codepad
• CC816 Alarm Link Upload/Download Software
To move to the next location:
2.1
To move to the previous location:
Programming with the Remote
Codepad
To program the control panel using the remote
codepad, the system must be disarmed with no alarm
memory present.
To access Installer’s Programming Mode:
Enter the four-digit Installer Code (the factory default
is 1234) and press [AWAY].
Two beeps sound and both the AWAY and the
STAY indicators flash simultaneously to indicate that
you entered Installer’s Programming Mode.
When you enter Installer’s Programming Mode, you
are automatically positioned at Location 000, the first
digit of the Primary Telephone Number for Receiver
1. The codepad indicators display the current data
stored in this location.
X
X
X
X
X
X
For example, press [3 4][AWAY] to automatically
step you to the beginning of the Subscriber ID
Number for Receiver 1. The data stored in the new
location appears.
Press [AWAY].
For example, if you are currently positioned at
Location 034, press [AWAY] to step to Location 035.
Press [STAY].
For example, if you are positioned at Location 035,
press [STAY] to step back to Location 034.
To change data in the current location:
Enter the new value (0 to 15) and press [STAY].
The data is stored and you remain positioned at the
same location. The codepad indicators show the new
value (for example, if you enter [1 4] and press
[STAY], the Zone 4 and MAINS indicators light).
To exit from the Installer’s Programming Mode:
Enter command [9 6 0] and press [AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off. The system returns to the
disarmed state and is now ready for use.
Refer to Section 2.4 Installer’s Programming Commands
on page 10 for more information about using
Installer’s Programming Mode.
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2.2
Programming
Programming with the
Programming Key
The CC891 Programming Key allows you to store or
copy programming information from your control
panel. After storing information in the programming
key, you can easily program other ICP-CC404
Control Panels with the same programming data. You
can also use the programming key to back up existing
information.
If you connect the programming key to the control
panel when it is disarmed, the key automatically
initiates a data transfer to the control panel’s memory.
If you have a new programming key, enter Installer’s
Programming Mode, program the system as required,
and connect the programming key to the control
panel.
To connect the programming key, locate the socket
labelled PROGRAMMING KEY at the top of the
printed circuit board (PCB) next to the Auxiliary
Module socket. Observe the triangular markings on
the PCB and align them with the markings on the
programming key.
To copy data from the control panel data to the
programming key:
1. Enter the Installer Code (the default is 1234) and
press [#] to enter Installer’s Programming Mode.
2. Enter [9 6 2 #].
Refer to Section 2.4.5 Command 962 – Copy the
Control Panel Memory to the Programming Key on
page 12 for more information.
3. Enter [9 6 0 #] to exit from the Installer’s
Programming Mode.
Two beeps sound and the system returns to the
disarmed state. Before removing the
programming key, wait 2 sec for the activity LED
to return to its normal state. The programming
key becomes your standard data pattern for
future control panel programming.
If you enter Installer’s Programming Mode, insert a
programming key, and change the data in any
location. The data for both the programming key and
the control panel is changed at the same time.
If you do not enter Installer’s
Programming Mode first, connecting the
CC891 Programming Key to the control
panel when the programming key
memory is blank corrupts the control
panel’s memory. If this occurs, you must
return the control panel to Bosch
Security Systems, Inc. to unlock the
control panel’s memory. A service fee is
charged.
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2.3
Programming Option Bits
When programming some locations, there are up to
four options per location. You can select one, two,
three, or all four options for each location, but you
can program only one value for the location.
Calculate this value by adding the option bit numbers
together.
Example
To select Options 1 and 4 for Location 177, add the
numbers together and program the sum. In this
example, program a 5 in the location (1 + 4 = 5).
Table 4:
Option
1
2
4
Description
Allow dialer reporting functions
Enable remote arming by telephone
Enable answering machine bypass only when
armed
Enabled = Use Bell 103 for FSK format
Disabled = CCITT V21 format
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2.4
Programming Option Bits Example
Installer’s Programming Commands
There are ten commands you can use in Installer’s
Programming Mode. To issue the command, enter
the command number and press [#].
Table 5:
Installer’s Programming Mode
Commands
Command
959
Function
Test the programming key
Refer to Section 2.4.2 on page 11.
Exit from Installer’s Programming Mode
Refer to Section 2.4.3 on page 12.
Reset the control panel to factory defaults
Refer to Section 2.4.4 on page 12.
Copy the control panel memory to the
programming key
Refer to Section 2.4.5 page 12.
Copy the programming key data to the
control panel memory
Refer to Section 2.4.6 on page 12.
Erase the programming key
Refer to Section 2.4.7 on page 13.
Set up domestic dialing format
Refer to Section 2.4.8 on page 13.
Enable or disable Auto Step Mode
Refer to Section 2.4.9 on page 13.
Display the software version number or
control panel type
Refer to Section 2.4.10 on page 14.
960
961
962
963
964
965
966
999
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2.4.1
Command 958 – Enable/Disable Zone
Status Mode
This function enables and disables Zone Status
Display Mode when using the hand-held
programmer. The hand-held programmer shows the
zones on the seven-segment display from left to right.
If there is a dash lit on the display of the hand-held
programmer, the corresponding zone is unsealed. If
the display is blank, the zone is sealed.
The third (or centre) display shows either 4 or 8. A 4
indicates that Zones 1 to 4 are shown. An 8 indicates
that Zones 5 to 8 are shown.
Press [#] to toggle the display between Zones 1 to 4
and 5 to 8. This feature is very useful during
installation because you can view the zone status at
the control panel, saving you time and money.
To enable Zone Status Mode:
1. Enter the Installer Code (the default is 1234) and
press [#] to enter Installer’s Programming Mode.
Two beeps sound and the programmer displays
the data stored in Location 000.
2. Enter [9 5 8 #].
Two beeps sound and 4 appears in the centre
display to indicate Zones 1 to 4 are shown.
To disable Zone Status Mode:
Enter [9 5 8 #].
Two beeps sound and you return to Installer’s
Programming Mode.
Example
A hyphen (–) in the display indicates that the zone is
unsealed.
A blank display indicates that the zone is sealed.
- - 4 - indicates that Zone 1 is sealed and Zones 2, 3, and 4
are unsealed.
-
8
-
indicates that Zones 5 and 8 are unsealed and Zones
6 and 7 are sealed.
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Programming
Command 959 – Test the Programming
Key
This command initiates a test of the programming
key. You can use the CC891 Programming Key only
with the ICP-CC404 Control Panel.
The programming key test is non-destructive and any
data in the programming key remains after the test is
completed. One long beep indicates that the
programming key test failed. Two beeps indicate a
successful test.
If you remove the programming key
before the test is done, the programming
key data becomes corrupt. Do not
remove the programming key while the
activity LED is lit or pulsing rapidly.
To test the programming key:
1. Enter the Installer Code (the default is 1234) and
press [#] to enter Installer’s Programming Mode.
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash on the remote codepad to
indicate that you entered Installer’s Programming
Mode. The remote codepad displays the data
stored in Location 000.
2. Connect the programming key to the
PROGRAMMING KEY pins (next to the
Auxiliary Module socket) at the top of the control
panel printed circuit board.
3. Enter [9 5 9 #].
Two beeps sound after a successful test of the
programming key. A long beep indicates that the
programming key data is corrupt and must be
erased to clear the corrupt data. Refer to Section
2.4.7 Command 964 – Erase the Programming Key on
page 13 for more information.
4. Enter [9 6 0 #] to from the Installer’s
Programming Mode.
Two beeps sound. The STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off on the remote codepad and the
system returns to the disarmed state.
5. Remove the programming key from the control
panel.
Failure to exit from the Installer’s Programming
Mode before removing the programming key can
corrupt the data in the programming key.
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2.4.3
Programming
Command 960 – Exit from the Installer's
Programming Mode
This command exits from the Installer’s
Programming Mode. You can exit from the Installer’s
Programming Mode from any location.
To exit from the Installer’s Programming Mode:
Enter [9 6 0 #].
4.
Two beeps sound and the system returns to the
disarmed state. When using the remote codepad, the
STAY and AWAY indicators turn off.
2.4.4
Command 961 – Reset the Control Panel to
Factory Default Settings
This command resets the control panel to factory
default values. Default values are listed throughout
this guide and in the programming sheets in
Section 22.0 on page 85. You can reset the control
panel from any location.
To reset the control panel to factory defaults:
1. Enter the Installer Code (the default is 1234) and
press [#] to enter Installer’s Programming Mode.
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash on the remote codepad to
indicate you entered Installer’s Programming
Mode. The remote codepad shows the data
stored in Location 000.
2. Enter [9 6 1 #].
Two beeps sound and the system resets to the
factory default values.
2.4.5
Command 962 – Copy the Control Panel
Memory to the Programming Key
This command copies the control panel memory to
the programming key. You can only use the CC891
Programming Key with the ICP-CC404 Control
Panel.
To copy the control panel memory to the
programming key:
1. Enter the Installer Code (the default is 1234) and
press [#] to enter Installer’s Programming Mode.
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash on the remote codepad to
indicate you entered Installer’s Programming
Mode. The remote codepad shows the data
stored in Location 000.
2. Connect the programming key to the
PROGRAMMING KEY pins (next to the
Auxiliary Module socket) at the top of the control
panel’s printed circuit board.
3. Enter [9 6 2 #].
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5.
Two beeps sound after the control panel memory
is successfully copied to the programming key. A
long beep indicates that the programming key is
corrupt and must be erased to clear the corrupt
data. Refer to Section 2.4.7 Command 964 – Erase
the Programming Key on page 13 for more
information.
Enter command [9 6 0 #] to exit from the
Installer’s Programming Mode.
The STAY and AWAY indicators turn off on the
remote codepad to indicate that the system is
disarmed.
Remove the programming key from the control
panel.
Failure to exit from the Installer’s Programming
Mode before removing the programming key can
corrupt the programming key.
2.4.6
Command 963 – Copy the Programming
Key to the Control Panel
This command copies data from the programming
key to the control panel. You can only use the CC891
Programming Key with the ICP-CC404 Control
Panel.
To copy the programming key memory to the
control panel:
1. Enter the Installer Code (the default is 1234) and
press [#] to enter Installer’s Programming Mode.
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash on the remote codepad to
indicate you entered Installer’s Programming
Mode. The remote codepad shows the data
stored in Location 000.
2. Connect the programming key to the
PROGRAMMING KEY pins (next to the
Auxiliary Module socket) at the top of the control
panel’s printed circuit board.
3. Enter [9 6 3 #].
Two beeps sound after the programming key’s
data is successfully copied to the control panel. A
long beep indicates that the programming key is
corrupt and must be erased to clear the corrupt
data. Refer to Section 2.4.7 Command 964 – Erase
the Programming Key on page 13 for more
information.
4. Enter [9 6 0 #] to exit from the Installer’s
Programming Mode.
5.
The STAY and AWAY indicators turn off on the
remote codepad to indicate that the system is
disarmed.
Remove the programming key from the control
panel.
Failing to exit from the Installer’s Programming
Mode before removing the programming key can
corrupt the programming key.
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2.4.7
Command 964 – Erase the Programming
Key
This command erases all data from the programming
key. You can only use the CC891 Programming Key
with the ICP-CC404 Control Panel.
To erase the programming key:
1. Enter the Installer Code (the default is 1234) and
press [#] to enter Installer’s Programming Mode.
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash on the remote codepad to
indicate you entered Installer’s Programming
Mode. The remote codepad shows the data
stored in Location 000.
2. Connect the programming key to the
PROGRAMMING KEY pins (next to the
Auxiliary Module socket) at the top of the control
panel’s printed circuit board.
3. Enter [9 6 4 #].
Two beeps sound after the data is deleted.
4. Enter [9 6 0 #] to exit from the Installer’s
Programming Mode.
The STAY and AWAY indicators turn off on the
remote codepad to indicate that the system is
disarmed.
5. Remove the programming key from the control
panel.
Failing to exit from the Installer’s Programming
Mode before removing the programming key can
corrupt the programming key.
2.4.8
Command 965 – Set Up Domestic Dialing
Format
Command 965 simplifies the setup of the domestic
dialing format to a one-step operation. Refer to Section
9.0 Domestic Dialing on page 40 for more information.
To set up domestic dialing format:
1. Enter the Installer Code (the default is 1234) and
press [#] to enter Installer’s Programming Mode.
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash on the remote codepad to
indicate you entered Installer’s Programming
Mode. The remote codepad shows the data
stored in Location 000.
2. Enter [9 6 1 #].
The command automatically sets Receiver 1 to
domestic reporting and sets the locations shown
in bold in Table 6 on page 14 for Receiver 2 only.
No other locations are changed when you issue
Command 965.
Programming
As shown in Table 6 on page 14, the transmission
format is automatically set for domestic dialing and
the Subscriber ID Number set for one identification
beep. All reports, except Zone Status reporting and
System Status reporting, are allocated to Receiver 1
for domestic dialing.
Zone Status Reports, including Zone Bypass, Zone
Trouble, Sensor Watch, and Alarm Restore codes,
and System Status Reports, including AUX Power
Supply Fail, AC Fail, Low Battery, and Access
Denied Reports, are allocated to Receiver 2 and do
not report unless Receiver 2 is also set up to report.
2.4.9
Command 966 – Enable or Disable Auto
Step Mode
This command allows you to enable or disable Auto
Step Mode when programming in Installer’s
Programming Mode. When programming with the
remote codepad, there is no visual indication that
Auto Step Mode is enabled.
If the Auto Step Mode is enabled, pressing [*]
automatically moves you to the next programming
location.
If Auto Step Mode is disabled, you must move to the
next location by pressing [#]. The example below
shows that Auto Step Mode is very useful when
programming successive locations.
To enable Auto Step Mode:
1. Enter the Installer Code (default = 1234) and
press [#] to enter Installer’s Programming Mode.
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash on the remote codepad to show
you entered Installer’s Programming Mode. The
remote codepad displays the data stored in
Location 000.
2. Enter [9 6 6 #].
Two beeps sound.
To disable Auto Step Mode:
Enter [9 6 6 #].
Two beeps sound.
All domestic telephone numbers are stored in
Locations 466 to 513. For more information, refer to
Section 9.2 Setting Up and Programming Domestic
Reporting on page 41.
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Table 6:
Location
032
033
034 to 039
332
333 and 334
335
356 to 358
359
360 to 366
367
Programming
Command 965 Defaults
Description
Handshake Tone for Receiver 1
Transmission Format
Subscriber ID Number
Zone Status Reporting Options
Open/Close Reports
Open/Close Reporting Options
System Status – Access Denied
System Status Reporting Options
Test Report Time
Test Reporting Dialer Options
Default Value
1
4
0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1
2
11, 12
2
6, 7, 12
2
0, 0, 0, 0, 7, 1, 0
1
Example (Auto Step Mode Enabled)
To enter the Primary Telephone Number 02 (pause)
9672 1055 when Auto Step Mode is enabled:
1. Press [0 #].
You are positioned at Location 000 (the Primary
Telephone Number for Receiver 1).
2. To program the number, press:
[10 * 2 * 13 * 9 * 6 * 7 * 2 * 1 * 10 * 5 * 5 * 0*]
Example (Auto Step Mode Disabled)
To enter the Primary Telephone Number 02 (pause)
9672 1055 when Auto Step Mode is disabled:
1. Press [0 #].
You are positioned at Location 000 (the Primary
Telephone Number for Receiver 1).
2. To program the number, press:
[10 * # 2 * # 13 * # 9 * # 6 * # 7 * # 2 * # 1 * #
10 * # 5 * # 5 * # 0 *]
2.4.10 Command 999 – Display the Panel Type or
Software Version Number
When using the remote codepad, this command
shows the version of the control panel. Because
different control panels use the same printed circuit
board (PCB), it is difficult to determine the control
panel the PCB is set to.
Setting
(Handshake Tone)
(Domestic)
(1 Beep)
(Receiver 2 only)
(Open/Close Reports)
(Receiver 2 only)
(Access Denied)
(Receiver 2 only)
(Test Reports)
(Receiver 1 only)
To show the control panel type or software
version number:
1. Enter the Installer Code (the default is 1234) and
press [#] to enter Installer’s Programming Mode.
Two beeps sound and the remote codepad shows
the data programmed in Location 000.
If you are using the remote codepad, the STAY
and AWAY indicators flash to indicate you
entered Installer’s Programming Mode.
2. Enter [9 9 9 #].
Two beeps sound.
If you are using the remote codepad, the codepad
displays a zone indicator corresponding to the
control panel type. Refer to Table 7 for more
information.
Table 7:
Control Panel Type
Indicator
4
8
Control Panel Type
ICP-CC404
ICP-CC408
ICP-CC488
3.
4.
Press [#] to exit from this command and return to
the Installer’s Programming Mode.
Enter [9 6 0 #] to exit from the Installer's
Programming Mode.
Two sound and the system returns to the
disarmed state.
If you are using the remote codepad, the STAY
and AWAY indicators turn off to indicate the
system is disarmed.
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2.5
Disable Factory Defaults
Program the Disable Factory Defaults feature in
Location 900.
2.
The default value is 0.
This feature disables the DEFAULT button on the
control panel printed circuit board (PCB) to prevent
an operator from resetting the control panel to default
values. This feature also prevents using a
programming key when the system is disarmed.
Program 0 into this location to enable the DEFAULT
button and to allow updates to location data using the
programming key. Program 15 to disable the
DEFAULT button and to require the Installer Code
to program the control panel.
If the Installer Code is unknown, you must return the
control panel to your Bosch Distributor for exchange.
A nominal fee applies for this service.
Using this feature is not recommended.
If you need to disable the DEFAULT button, holding
down the DEFAULT button on the PCB when
programming this location prevents you from
accidentally setting this option.
To prevent manual resetting of the control panel
to default values:
1. Enter the Installer Code (the default is 1234) and
press [#] to enter Installer’s Programming Mode.
Two beeps sound and the remote codepad shows
the data programmed in Location 000.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
If you are using the remote codepad, the STAY
and AWAY indicators flash to indicate you
entered Installer’s Programming Mode.
Enter [9 0 0 #] to move to Location 900.
Press and hold the DEFAULT button.
The DEFAULT button is located at the top of the
PCB next to the PROGRAMMING KEY socket.
Enter [1 5 *] to program 15 into Location 900.
Release the button.
Enter [9 6 0 #] to exit from the Installer’s
Programming Mode.
Two beeps sound and the system returns to the
disarmed state. If you are using a remote
codepad, the STAY and AWAY indicators turn
off to indicate the system is disarmed.
3.
Programming
Two beeps sound. The STAY and AWAY
indicators flashes to indicate you entered
Installer’s Programming Mode.
Enter [9 6 5 #].
Two beeps sound after the control panel is
successfully reset.
Enter [9 6 0 #].
Two beeps sound. The STAY and AWAY
indicators stop flashing and the system returns to
the disarmed state.
The control panel is now successfully reset to the
factory settings.
To reset the control panel using the default
button:
1. Disconnect the AC MAINS supply and the
backup battery from the control panel.
Press and hold the DEFAULT button. The
DEFAULT button is located at the top of the
PCB next to the PROGRAMMING KEY socket.
2. Reconnect the AC MAINS supply to the control
panel.
3. Wait 3 to 5 sec and release the button.
4. Enter [2 5 8 0 *] to disarm the system using the
default Master Code.
The control panel is successfully reset to the
factory settings.
If the option to restore the default control
panel settings is disabled using Location
900:
• The dialer seize relay (RL2) clicks four
times. You must return the control
panel to Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
for exchange. If the Installer Code is
unknown, a service fee is charged to
unlock the control panel’s memory
• When programmed to disable the
default control panel setting, you
cannot use the command [961#] to
retrieve the programming data.
• The use of this feature is not
recommended.
If Location 900 is not programmed as 15, use one of
these procedures to successfully reset the control
panel to the factory default settings.
To reset the control panel using the Installer
Code:
1. Enter the Installer Code (the default is 1234) and
press [#] to enter Installer’s Programming Mode.
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Codepad Indicators
3.0 Codepad Indicators
3.1
ICP-CP508W Eight Zone LED
Codepad
Figure 1:
ICP-CP508W Eight Zone LED
Codepad
•
Section 6.2.5 on page 35 to use the Master Code
to set zones to automatically isolate in STAY
Mode 2.
Table 9:
Indicator
On
Off
Flashing
STAY Indicator
Definition
The system is armed in STAY Mode 1 or
STAY Mode 2
The system is not armed in STAY Mode 1 or
STAY Mode 2
Zone Isolating Mode or setting STAY Mode 2
zones
AWAY Indicator
The codepad is the communications interface
between you and the alarm system. The codepad
allows you to issue commands and offers visual and
audible indications to guide you through general
operation.
The codepad incorporates a number of indicators:
eight zone indicators show the condition of each zone
and four other indicators show general status. These
indicators are described in Table 8 through Table 13
on page 17.
Zone Indicators
The AWAY indicator lights when the system is
armed in AWAY Mode. The AWAY indicator flashes
with the STAY indicator when you are in Installer’s
Programming Mode or you are using a Master Code
function.
Refer to Section 4.1 Arming the System in AWAY Mode
on page 18 for more information.
Table 10:
AWAY Indicator
Indicator
On
Off
Definition
The system is armed in AWAY Mode
The system is not armed in AWAY Mode
MAINS Indicator
Table 8:
Zone Indicators
Indicator
On
Off
Flashing fast
(0.25 sec on/0.25 sec off)
Flashing slow
(1 sec on/1 sec off)
Definition
The zone is unsealed
The zone is sealed
The zone is in alarm
The zone is manually
isolated
STAY Indicator
The STAY indicator lights when the system is armed
in STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2. The STAY
indicator flashes with the AWAY indicator when you
are in Installer’s Programming Mode or you are using
a Master Code function.
For more information, refer to:
• Section 4.3 on page 19 to arm the system in STAY
Mode 1.
• Section 14.3.4 on page 57 to set zones to
automatically isolate in STAY Mode 1.
• Section 4.5 on page 20 to arm the system in STAY
Mode 2.
• Section 6.1.4 on page 30 to use the Installer Code
to set zones to automatically isolate in STAY
Mode 2.
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The MAINS indicator shows whether the system’s
AC MAINS supply is normal or failed.
When programming in Installer’s Programming
Mode or using a Master Code function, the MAINS
indicator lights to indicate a location value from 10
to 15. The MAINS indicator represents the 10 digit,
which is added to the value of the lit zone indicator
(for example, if the value programmed in a location
is 12, the MAINS and Zone 2 indicators light).
Table 11:
MAINS Indicator
Indicator
On
Flashing
Definition
The AC MAINS power is normal
The AC MAINS supply failed
FAULT Indicator
The FAULT indicator lights when the system detects
a system fault. Refer to Section 4.12 Fault Analysis Mode
on page 22 for more information on system faults.
Each time a new system fault is detected (the FAULT
indicator flashes), the codepad beeps once per
minute.
Press [AWAY] to stop the beeping and to
acknowledge the fault.
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Table 12:
FAULT Indicator
Indicator
On
Off
Flashing
Definition
A system fault must be corrected
The system is normal (no faults)
A system fault must be acknowledged
Audible Indicators
The codepad provides these audible indications:
Table 13:
Audible Indicators
Audible Indicator
One short beep
Two short beeps
Three short beeps
One long beep
One short beep
every second
One short beep
every 2 sec
One short beep
every minute
3.2
Definition
A button was pressed on the
codepad, or Exit Time ended when
arming in STAY Mode 1 or STAY
Mode 2
The system accepted the code
The system executed the requested
function
Exit Time ended when arming in
AWAY Mode, or the requested
operation was denied or aborted
Walk Test Mode is currently active,
or warning before automatic arming
takes place
Telephone Monitor Mode is active.
There is a system fault to
acknowledge
ICP-CP508LW Eight Zone LCD
Codepad
Figure 2:
ICP-CP508LW Eight Zone LCD
Codepad
Codepad Indicators
Zone Indicators
1 2 3 … The zone indicators (1 to 8) show the
status of the zones as listed in Table 8 on
page 16.
AWAY Indicator
The AWAY indicator lights when the
system is armed in AWAY Mode. The
ON indicator also lights when the
system is armed in AWAY Mode (refer
to Table 10 on page 16).
The AWAY indicator flashes with the STAY
indicator when you are in Installer’s Programming
Mode or you are using a Master Code function.
Refer to Section 4.1 Arming the System in AWAY Mode
on page 18 for more information.
STAY Indicator
The STAY indicator lights when the
system is armed in STAY Mode 1 or
STAY Mode 2 (refer to Table 9 on
page 16).
The STAY indicator also flashes with the AWAY
indicator when you are in Installer’s Programming
Mode or you are using a Master Code function.
The ON indicator also lights when the system is
armed in STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2.
For more information, refer to:
• Section 4.3 on page 19 to arm the system in
STAY Mode 1.
• Section 14.3.4 on page 57 to set zones to
automatically isolate in STAY Mode 1.
• Section 4.5 on page 20 to arm the system in
STAY Mode 2.
• Section 6.1.4 on page 30 to use the Installer Code
to set zones to automatically isolate in STAY
Mode 2.
• Section 6.2.5 on page 35 to use the Master Code
to set zones to automatically isolate in STAY
Mode 2.
System Disarmed
This indicator lights with the OFF
indicator when the system is disarmed.
MAINS Indicator
The codepad is the communications interface
between you and the alarm system. The codepad
allows you to issue commands and offers visual and
audible indications to guide you through general
operation.
The codepad uses a number of indicators: eight zone
indicators show the condition of each zone and seven
other indicators show general status. These indicators
are described in this section.
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The MAINS indicator shows when the
systems AC MAINS supply is normal or
failed (refer to Table 11 on page 16).
When programming in Installer’s Programming
Mode or using a Master Code function, the MAINS
indicator lights to indicate a location value from 10 to
15. The MAINS indicator represents the 10 digit,
which is added to the value of the lit zone indicator
(for example, if the value programmed in a location is
12, the MAINS and Zone 2 indicators light).
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Zone Isolating Mode
Flashing
This indicator (the person) flashes once
every 3 sec when you attempt to isolate
zones or program zones to automatically
isolate for STAY Mode 2.
For more information, refer to:
• Section 4.11 on page 21 to manually isolate zones.
• Section 6.1.4 on page 30 to use the Installer Code
to set zones to automatically isolated in STAY
Mode 2.
• Section 6.2.5 on page 35 to use the Master Code
to set zones to automatically isolate in STAY
Mode 2.
Fault Indicator
The fault indicator lights when the
system detects a system fault (refer to
Table 12 on page 17). Refer to Section
4.12 Fault Analysis Mode on page 22 for
more information on system faults.
Each time a new system fault is detected (the fault
indicator flashes), the codepad beeps once per
minute. Press [AWAY] to stop the beeping and
acknowledge the fault.
There are two different methods to arm the system in
AWAY Mode. You can always use the first method.
You can use the other method only if Option 2 is
enabled in Location 429 (refer to Section 18.6
Consumer Options 2 on page 75).
If you must isolate a zone(s) before arming the system
in AWAY Mode, refer to Section 4.11 Isolating Zones
on page 21.
Single button arming in AWAY Mode
reports as User Code number 16.
To arm the system in AWAY Mode (method one):
Enter your code and press [AWAY].
Two beeps sound, the AWAY indicator lights, and
Exit Time starts.
To arm the system in AWAY Mode (method two):
Select Option 2 in Location 429 to
enable single button arming in AWAY
Mode (refer to Section 18.6 Consumer
Options 2 on page 75).
1.
2.
Press and hold [AWAY].
When two beeps sound, release the button.
The AWAY indicator lights and Exit Time starts.
Programming Mode
These two indicators flash when you
enter Installer’s Programming Mode or
use any Master Code function.
Flashing
OFF Indicator/Zone Sealed
The OFF indicator lights when the
system is disarmed and flashes when a
zone becomes unsealed when disarmed.
The indicator stops flashing when all
zones are sealed.
ON Indicator/Zone in Alarm
The ON indicator lights when the system
is armed and flashes when an alarm
occurs. The indicator resets after a valid
User Code is entered.
Audible Indicators
The codepad provides a number of audible
indications. Refer to Table 13 on page 17.
4.0 System Operations
If a zone is not sealed at the end of Exit Time, the
zone is automatically isolated and its indicator lights
on the remote codepad. The zone becomes an active
part of the system again after it is resealed. For
example, if a window is open when Exit Time
expires, the window is not an active part of the
system until it is closed. Opening the window after
Exit Time expires causes an alarm.
Forced Arming
Arming the system when a zone is not sealed is
known as forced arming. Refer to Section 14.3.6 Zone
Options 2 on page 58 to enable forced arming for each
zone.
If the AWAY indicator does not light and a long beep
sounds when you attempt to arm the system in
AWAY Mode, forced arming is not permitted. If this
is the case, you seal all zones or manually isolate
them before you can arm the system.
4.2
Disarming the System from AWAY
Mode
This section explains the general operations of the
system: arming and disarming the system in the three
modes, isolating zones, initiating codepad alarms, and
determining a fault.
When you enter the premises after the system is
armed in AWAY Mode, you must disarm the system
from AWAY Mode to disable detection devices that
activate the siren, strobe, and bell outputs.
4.1
If there was an alarm before disarming the system
from AWAY Mode, a zone indicator flashes to
indicate a previous alarm in that zone.
Arming the System in AWAY Mode
Arming the system in AWAY Mode is normally
performed when you leave the premises and want all
zones ready to detect an intrusion.
To disarm the system from AWAY Mode:
Enter your code and press [AWAY].
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Two beeps sound and the AWAY indicator is
extinguished.
4.3
Arming the System in STAY Mode 1
Use STAY Mode 1 when you need to arm the
perimeter and unused areas of the premises to detect
a would-be intruder from entering the premises, while
at the same time moving freely within an
automatically isolated area.
Only the installer can program zones to automatically
isolate in STAY Mode 1. Refer to Section 14.3.6 Zone
Options 2 on page 58 for more information on setting
zones to automatically isolate in STAY Mode 1.
There are two methods to arm your system in STAY
Mode 1. You can always use the first method. You
can use the other method only if Option 2 is enabled
in Location 429 (refer to Section 18.6 Consumer
Options 2 on page 75).
Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode
When arming the system in STAY Mode 1, an
optional entry timer called Entry Guard Timer for
STAY Mode can delay the siren, strobe, and bell
outputs if a zone that is not automatically isolated
activates an alarm. Entry Guard Timer for STAY
Mode is the delay time used for all zones, except 24Hour zones, when the system is armed in STAY
Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2.
If the Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode is
programmed and a zone that was not automatically
isolated is activated, the codepad beeps twice per sec
until the Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode expires
or the system is disarmed. If the alarm is not reset
before Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode expires,
the system activates the strobe, bell, and siren
outputs.
Single button arming in STAY Mode 1
reports as User Code number 16.
To arm the system from STAY Mode 1 (method
one):
Enter your code and press [STAY].
Two beeps sound and the STAY indicator lights. Exit
Time starts.
The indicators for any zones that are programmed to
automatically isolate in STAY Mode 1 flash until Exit
Time expires. At the end of Exit Time, the zone
indicators turn off and the codepad sounds one short
beep.
To arm the system from STAY Mode 2 (method
two):
1. Press and hold [STAY].
2. When two beeps sound, release the button.
The STAY indicator is lit and Exit Time starts.
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The indicators for any zones programmed to
automatically isolate in STAY Mode 1 flash until Exit
Time expires. At the end of Exit Time, the zone
indicators turn off and the codepad sounds one short
beep.
If a zone is not sealed at the end of Exit Time, the
zone is automatically isolated and is constantly lit on
the remote codepad. The zone becomes an active
part of the system again after it is resealed. For
example, if a window is open when Exit Time
expires, the window does not become an active part
of the system until it is closed. Opening the window
after Exit Time expires causes an alarm.
Forced Arming
Arming the system when a zone is not sealed is
known as forced arming. Refer to Section 14.3.6 Zone
Options 2 to enable forced arming for each zone.
If the STAY indicator does not light and a long beep
sounds when you attempt to arm the system in STAY
Mode 1, forced arming is not permitted. If this is the
case, you must seal all zones or manually isolate them
before you can arm the system.
4.4
Disarming the System from STAY
Mode 1
There are two methods to disarm the system from
STAY Mode 1. You can always use the first method.
You can use the other method only if Option 4 is
selected in Location 429 (refer to Section 18.6
Consumer Options 2 on page 75).
To disarm the system from STAY Mode 1 (method
one):
Enter your code and press [STAY].
Two beeps sound and the STAY indicator is
extinguished. The system is now disarmed.
You cannot use method two unless both
Options 2 and 4 are enabled in
Location 429.
To disarm the system from STAY Mode 1 (method
two):
A flashing zone indicator represents a previous alarm
in that zone. If this is the case, a valid User Code is
required to disarm the system using method one. To
enable method two, select Option 4 in Location 429
(refer to Section 18.6 Consumer Options 2 on page 75).
Press and hold [STAY].
When two beeps sound, release the button. The
STAY indicator is extinguished and the system is
disarmed.
Single button disarming from STAY
Mode 1 reports as User Code 16.
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4.5
System Operations
Arming the System in STAY Mode 2
Use STAY Mode 2 to arm the perimeter and unused
areas of the premises to detect an intruder, while at
the same time being able to move freely within an
automatically isolated area.
You can program zones to automatically isolate in
STAY Mode 2 using an Installer Code function (refer
to Section 6.1.4 on page 30) or a Master Code function
(Section 6.2.5 on page 35).
Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode
When arming the system in STAY Mode 2, you can
use an optional entry timer called Entry Guard Timer
for STAY Mode to delay the siren, strobe, and bell
outputs if a zone that is not automatically isolated
activates an alarm. Entry Guard Timer for STAY
Mode is the delay time used for all zones, except 24Hour zones, when the system is armed in STAY
Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2.
If the Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode is
programmed and a zone that was not automatically
isolated is activated, the codepad beeps twice per sec
until the Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode expires
or the system is disarmed. If the alarm is not reset
before Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode expires,
the strobe, bell, and siren outputs are activated into
alarm.
Single button disarming from STAY
Mode 2 reports as User Code 16.
To arm the system in STAY Mode 2:
1. Press and hold [0].
2. When two beeps sound, release the button.
The STAY indicator lights and the Exit Time
starts.
The indicators for any zones programmed to
automatically isolate in STAY Mode 2 flash until the
Exit Time expires. At the end of Exit Time, the zone
indicators turn off and the codepad sounds one short
beep.
If the STAY indicator does not light and a long beep
sounds when attempting to arm the system, forced
arming is not permitted. If this is the case, you must
seal all zones or manually isolate them before you can
arm the system.
4.6
Disarming the System from STAY
Mode 2
There are two methods to disarm the system from
STAY Mode 2. You can always use the first method.
You can use the other method only if Option 4 is
enabled in Location 429 (refer to Section 18.6
Consumer Options 2 on page 75).
You cannot use method two unless both
Options 2 and 4 are enabled in
Location 429.
To disarm the system from STAY Mode 2 (method
one):
Enter your code and press [STAY].
Two beeps sound and the STAY indicator turns off.
The system is now disarmed.
To disarm the system from STAY Mode 2 (method
two):
A flashing zone indicator represents a previous alarm
in that zone. If this is the case, a valid User Code is
required to disarm the system using method one. To
enable method two, select Option 4 in Location 429
(refer to Section 18.6 Consumer Options 2 on page 75).
1. Press and hold [0].
2. When two beeps sound, release the button.
The STAY indicator turns off and the system is
disarmed.
Single button disarming from STAY
Mode 2 reports as User Code16.
If a zone is not sealed at the end of Exit Time, the
zone is automatically isolated and lights constantly on
the remote codepad. The zone becomes an active
part of the system again after it is resealed. For
example, if a window is open when Exit Time
expires, the window does not become an active part
of the system until it is closed. Opening the window
after Exit Time expires causes an alarm.
Forced Arming
Arming the system when a zone is not sealed is
known as forced arming. Refer to Section 14.3.6 Zone
Options 2 on page 58 to enable forced arming for each
zone.
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4.7
Codepad Duress Alarm
Figure 3:
ICP-CP508W LED Codepad
Showing Audible Alarm Buttons
4.9
System Operations
Codepad Fire Alarm
An audible codepad Fire Alarm activates when a user
presses [4] and [6] on the remote codepad
simultaneously. A distinct fire sound is emitted
through the horn speaker to indicate this type of
alarm. The fire sound is different than the burglary
sound.
Select Option 2 in Location 425 to program the
codepad Fire Alarm as silent (refer to Section 18.2
System Options 2 on page 73). To disable the codepad
Fire Alarm Report, program Locations 339 and 340
to 0 (refer to Section 15.10 Codepad Fire Report on
page 61). A codepad Fire Alarm transmits a Contact
ID Event Code 110 to a base station receiver.
4.10
Codepad Medical Alarm
An audible codepad Medical Alarm activates when a
user presses [7] and [9] simultaneously.
A codepad Duress Alarm is used as a silent holdup
alarm when 9 is added to the end of a valid User
Code used to disarm the system. If a User Code has a
priority level that only allows arming, that User Code
can transmit a Duress Alarm when the system is
armed.
A Duress Alarm (Contact ID Event Code 121) is
useful only if your system reports to a monitoring
station or pocket pager because domestic reporting
format cannot decipher the type of alarm that
occurred. You can disable the codepad Duress Alarm
Report by programming 0 in Location 336 (refer to
Section 15.8 Codepad Duress Report on page 61). You
can select Option 2 in Location 430 to use 3 instead
of 9 to activate a Duress Alarm (refer to Section 18.7
Consumer Options 3 on page 75).
4.8
Codepad Panic Alarm
An audible codepad Panic Alarm activates when a
user presses either [1] and [3] or [STAY] and
[AWAY] simultaneously.
Select Option 1 in Location 425 to program the
codepad Panic Alarm as silent (refer to Section 18.2
System Options 2 on page 73). To disable the codepad
Panic Alarm Report, program Locations 337 and 338
to 0 (refer to Section 15.9 Codepad Panic Report on
page 61). A codepad Panic Alarm transmits Contact
ID Event Code 120 if the system reports to a base
ation receiver.
Select Option 4 in Location 425 to program codepad
Medical Alarm as silent (refer to Section 18.2 System
Options 2 on page 73). To disable reporting of the
codepad Medical Alarm Report, program Locations
341 and 342 to 0 (refer to Section 15.11 Codepad
Medical Report on page 62). A codepad Medical Alarm
transmits a Contact ID Event Code 100 to a base
station receiver.
4.11
Isolating Zones
Isolating allows you to manually disable one or more
zones before arming the system in AWAY Mode,
STAY Mode 1, or STAY Mode 2. When a zone is
isolated, access is allowed into that zone when the
system is armed without activating an alarm.
For example, you might want to isolate a zone before
arming the system because a zone passive infrared
(PIR) detector is activating false alarms or because
you need to leave a pet inside a particular zone while
you are away.
You can isolate zones using one of two methods. One
method requires a valid User Code and the other
does not. The ability to isolate zones is determined by
the priority level assigned to each User Code holder.
Some User Code holders cannot isolate zones. Refer
to Section 13.3 User Code Priority on page 52 for more
information.
Zones manually isolated using this method transmit a
Zone Bypass Report (Contact ID Event Code 570) for
each isolated zone when the system is armed. A Zone
Bypass Restore Report is transmitted when the
system is disarmed.
4.11.1 Standard Isolating
Standard isolating allows any operator to isolate zones
because no code is required.
1. Press [STAY] twice.
Three beeps sound.
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3.
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Enter the number of the zone to isolate and press
[STAY].
The indicator for the zone flashes.
24-Hour zones are automatically isolated as soon
as you press [STAY]. All other Burglary Zones
are automatically isolated only after the system is
armed.
Repeat Step 2 for each zone you want to isolate.
As each zone is selected to isolate, the
corresponding zone indicator flashes. If
you make a mistake, enter the incorrect
zone number and press [STAY]. This
zone is no longer selected to isolate and
the zone indicator turns off.
4.
Press [AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the system returns to the
disarmed state.
The indicators for the selected zones continue to
flash until the next time the system is disarmed.
The indicators for the selected zones continue to
flash until the next time the system is disarmed.
Example
To manually isolate zones 1, 3, and 4, press:
[STAY][User Code][STAY][1][STAY][3][STAY][4]
[STAY][AWAY]
4.12
If the MAINS indicator flashes, the AC MAINS
supply is disconnected from the control panel. Refer
to AC MAINS Failure on page 24.
To enter Fault Analysis Mode to determine a system
fault other than the AC MAINS supply:
1. Press and hold [5] until two beeps sound.
The FAULT indicator remains lit and the STAY
and AWAY indicators flash.
Example
To manually isolate zones 1, 3, and 4, press:
[STAY][STAY][1][STAY][3][STAY][4][STAY]
[AWAY]
4.11.2 Code to Isolate
The code to isolate method permits only those User
Code holders with a priority level that includes Code
to Isolate. The standard isolating method is disabled
for any User Code with this priority level.
1. Press [STAY].
2. Enter your code and press [STAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY indicator
flashes.
3.
4.
If you attempt to enter Isolating Mode with a
User Code that is not set for Code to Isolate, the
system ignores the attempt.
Enter the number of the zone to isolate and press
[STAY].
The indicator for the zone flashes.
24-Hour zones are automatically isolated as soon
you press [STAY]. All other burglary zones are
automatically isolated only after the system is
armed.
Repeat Step 3 for each zone to isolate.
As each zone is selected to isolate, the
corresponding zone indicator flashes. If
you make a mistake, enter the incorrect
zone number and press [STAY]. This
zone is no longer selected to isolate and
the zone indicator turns off.
5.
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Fault Analysis Mode
Whenever a system fault occurs, the FAULT or
MAINS indicator flashes and the codepad beeps once
per minute.
2.
The lit zone indicators indicate the type of fault
that occurred. Refer to Table 14.
To exit from the Fault Analysis Mode, press
[AWAY].
The STAY and AWAY indicators turn off and
the FAULT indicator remains lit.
Table 14:
Fault Indicators
Indicator
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Fault Description
Low battery
Date and time
Sensor watch
Horn speaker disconnected
Telephone line fault
EEPROM fail
AUX Power Supply fail
Communications failure
4.13
Fault Descriptions
1 – Low Battery
A low battery fault occurs when the battery supply
voltage falls below 11.2 VDC or when a Dynamic
Battery Test detects a low capacity battery. This fault
clears after a successful Dynamic Battery Test. The
system performs a Dynamic Battery Test every 4
hours after power is connected to the control panel
and every time the system is armed.
When reporting to the base station receiver, the
control panel sends a Battery Test Failure Report
(Contact ID Event Code 309) to indicate the low
battery fault.
Press [AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the system returns to the
disarmed state.
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2 – Date and Time
7 – AUX Power Supply Fail
The date and time fault occurs every time power is
removed from the control panel. This type of fault
causes the FAULT indicator to flash only if the Auto
Arming Time is programmed in Locations 414 to 417
(refer to Section 17.12 Auto Arming Time on page 72). If
this timer is not programmed, a date and time fault is
indicated only when you enter Fault Analysis Mode.
This fault clears after you program the date and time.
Refer to Section 6.2.7 Setting the Date and Time on page
36 for more information.
This fault occurs when either the 1 A, 12 V
accessories AUX power supply or the 1 A codepad
AUX power supply fails. Ten sec after the AUX
power supply fails, the control panel automatically
sends a System Trouble code (Contact ID Event
Code 300) to the base station receiver. Ten sec after
the PTC is reset, the control panel sends a Trouble
Restore Report.
3 – Sensor Watch
A sensor watch fault occurs when one of the detection
devices stops working or fails to detect movement
during the programmed time period when the system
is disarmed. The sensor watch fault clears after the
registered zone is unsealed and resealed.
To determine the zone that registered the sensor
watch fault:
1. In Fault Analysis Mode, press and hold [5].
The indicator for the faulted zone lights.
2. Release the button.
Program the Sensor Watch Time in Locations 408
and 409 (refer to Section 17.7 Sensor Watch Time on
page 71). To select the zones to be monitored for
sensor watch, refer to Section 14.3.4 Zone Options 1 on
page 57.
When reporting to the base station receiver, the
control panel sends a Self Test Fail Report (Contact
ID Event Code 307) to indicate the sensor watch
fault.
4 – Horn Speaker Monitor
A horn speaker monitor fault occurs when the horn
speaker is disconnected from the control panel. This
fault clears when the horn speaker is reconnected. To
enable monitoring of the horn speaker, select Option
2 in Location 424 (refer to Section 18.1 System Options 1
on page 73).
5 – Telephone Line Fault
A telephone line fault occurs when the telephone line
disconnects from the control panel for longer than 40
sec. This fault can only occur if Option 1 is selected
in Location 176 (refer to Section 11.11 Telephone Line
Fault Options on page 49). The fault clears when the
telephone line reconnects for longer than 40 sec.
6 – EEPROM Fail
An EEPROM Fail is registered when the control
panel detects an internal checksum error. You must
remove power to the control panel and reset the
control panel to default values to clear this fault.
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If both 1 A AUX power supplies fail, only
one system Trouble Report is sent to the
base station receiver. The Trouble
Restore Report is sent only after both
AUX power supplies are reset.
8 – Communication Failure
A communication failure fault is registered if calls to
the primary and secondary telephone numbers for
Receiver 1 or Receiver 2 are unsuccessful.
To determine which receiver failed to report:
1. In Fault Analysis Mode, press and hold [8].
Two beeps sound.
2. Release the button.
If Receiver 1 failed to report, the Zone 1
indicator lights. If Receiver 2 failed to report, the
Zone 2 indicator lights.
If the primary and secondary telephone numbers for
Receiver 1 or Receiver 2 are set up for base
reporting, Receiver 1 and Receiver 2 can each try up
to twelve calls, per event, to the base station receiver.
If the primary and secondary telephone numbers are
programmed for both Receiver 1 and Receiver 2, the
two receivers together can try up to 24 calls if the
event is programmed to report on both receivers.
The control panel tries to call the base station
receiver up to six times using both the primary and
secondary telephone numbers (three times if only the
primary telephone number is programmed). If the
control panel fails to communicate to the base station
receiver, a communications fault occurs. The control
panel waits 10 min before it tries to report to the base
station receiver up to six more times. The
communication fault resets after the next successful
call.
If Receiver 1 or Receiver 2 is programmed
for domestic reporting, the control panel
does not show a fault if it fails to report
after calling six times.
If Option 1 in Location 145 is enabled
(refer to Section 12.1 Dialer Options 1
on page 50) and no telephone numbers
are programmed, no fault occurs.
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Remote Radio Transmitter Operations
AC MAINS Failure
An AC MAINS supply failure automatically flashes
the MAINS indicator. If the AC MAINS supply is
disconnected continuously longer than 2 min, the
remote codepad beeps the codepad buzzer once per
minute. If the control panel is programmed to report
an AC MAINS fail to a base station receiver, it sends
an AC Fail Report (Contact ID Event Code 301).
The MAINS indicator stops flashing when the AC
MAINS supply is reconnected. When the AC MAINS
supply is continuously connected for 2 min, the
codepad stops the once per minute beep and the
control panel sends an AC Fail Restore Report to the
base station receiver.
If the Enable AC Fail in 1 Hour option (1) is selected
in Location 426 (refer to Section 18.3 System Options 3
on page 74), the MAINS indicator flashes when the
AC MAINS supply is disconnected, but does not
activate the dialer or the codepad buzzer unless the
AC MAINS supply is disconnected continuously for 1
hour.
If the Ignore AC MAINS Fail option (2) is selected in
Location 426 (refer to Section 18.3 System Options 3 on
page 74), the codepad does not indicate when the AC
MAINS supply fails, but the control panel still sends
an AC Fail Report, if enabled.
5.0 Remote Radio Transmitter
Operations
You can operate the ICP-CC404 Control Panel
remotely using hand-held remote radio transmitters.
You can use either a two-channel or a four-channel
hand-held transmitter to operate the system.
Both the two-channel and four-channel hand-held
transmitters can remotely arm and disarm the system
in AWAY Mode or STAY Mode 1, and can activate
remote Panic Alarms. The four-channel hand-held
transmitter can also operate the control panel’s
programmable outputs to activate a garage door or
outside lights, for example.
Before a hand-held radio transmitter can operate the
control panel, you must teach the transmitter’s radio
code to the control panel. Refer to Section 5.3
Changing or Deleting Remote Radio User Codes for more
information.
5.1
Indications from Remote Radio
Transmitter Operations
When using the two-channel or four-channel handheld transmitter to operate the system, the horn
speakers or the strobe can provide audible or visual
indications, or both. These indications allow using the
system from outside the premises with confidence.
The installer can program audible and visual
indication beeps by selecting Options 4 and 8 in
Location 424 (refer to Section 18.1 System Options 1 on
page 73).
Table 15:
Horn Speaker Indication Beeps for
Remote Operations
No. of Beeps
One
Two
One two-tone beep
Table 16:
Strobe Indications for Remote
Operations
Strobe Duration
3 sec
6 sec
6 sec
5.2
System Status
System disarmed
System armed in AWAY Mode
System armed in STAY Mode 1
System Status
System disarmed
System armed in AWAY Mode
System armed in STAY Mode 1
Remote Radio User Code Priority
Levels
You can only program the remote radio hand-held
transmitters to operate as User Codes 9 to 16. You
can assign priority levels to each hand-held
transmitter, for example, allowing the transmitter to
arm the system only, or to arm and disarm the
system. Refer to Section 13.3 User Code Priority on
page 52 for more information.
Before a hand-held radio transmitter can operate the
control panel, you must teach the transmitter’s radio
code to the control panel. Refer to Section 5.3
Changing or Deleting Remote Radio User Codes for more
information.
5.3
Changing or Deleting Remote Radio
User Codes
You can use up to eight remote radio hand-held
transmitters (User Codes 9 to 16) to operate the
system. Before the control panel accepts a signal from
a remote radio hand-held transmitter, the control
panel must learn the transmitter’s code.
You can substitute the Installer Code for
the Master Code to change or delete
remote radio User Codes.
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To add or change a remote radio User Code:
1. Enter the Master Code and press [1][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Enter the user number (9 to 16) you want to add
or change and press [AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the corresponding zone
indicators light. Refer to Table 17.
Table 17:
Data
Value
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
3.
4.
2
Zone Indicators
3 4 5 6
X
X
X
X
X
X
7
8
X
This function ends automatically if you do
not press a button within 60 sec or if you
press [AWAY].
One long beep indicates that you
selected an incorrect user number.
5.4
Two-Channel Remote Radio HandHeld Transmitter Operations
Because all operations using the two-button remote
radio hand-held transmitter are fixed after the control
panel learns the transmitter’s code, no programming
is required for the transmitter buttons.
Codepad Indicators for Remote
Radio User Numbers
1
X
Remote Radio Transmitter Operations
MAINS
Figure 4:
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Press any of the [TRANSMIT] buttons on the
hand-held transmitter to allow the control panel
to learn transmitter’s ID code.
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off.
Repeat Steps 1 through 3 to add or change
another remote radio User Code.
This function ends automatically if you do
not press a button within 60 sec or if you
press [AWAY].
One long beep indicates that the code
already exists or you selected an
incorrect user number.
To delete a remote radio User Code:
1. Enter the Master Code and press [1][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Enter the user number (9 to 16) you want to
delete and press [AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the corresponding zone
indicators light. Refer to Table 17.
3. Press [STAY] to delete the User Code.
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off.
4. Repeat Steps 1 through 3 to delete another remote
radio User Code.
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RE012/E: 2-Channel Keyfob
Transmitter
1
2
3
1 – Button 1: Arm or disarm in AWAY Mode
2 – Button 2: Arm or disarm STAY Mode
3 – Buttons 1 and 2: Press both buttons at the
same time to activate Panic alarm.
5.4.1
Arming in AWAY Mode
Press and hold the black button for 2 sec.
Two beeps sound on the remote codepad and the
AWAY indicator lights. Exit Time starts.
If horn speaker indication beeps are enabled, two
beeps sound from the horn speaker. If strobe
indications are enabled, the strobe flashes for 6 sec to
indicate the system is armed.
5.4.2
Disarming from AWAY Mode
Press and hold either the black or green button for
2 sec.
Two beeps sound on the remote codepad and the
AWAY indicator turns off.
If horn speaker indication beeps are enabled, one
beep sounds from the horn speaker. If strobe
indications are enabled, the strobe flashes for 3 sec to
indicate the system is disarmed.
5.4.3
Arming in STAY Mode 1
Press and hold the green button for 2 sec.
Two beeps sound on the remote codepad and the
STAY indicator lights. Exit Time starts.
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If horn speaker indication beeps are enabled, one
two-tone beep sounds from the horn speaker. If
strobe indications are enabled, the strobe flashes for
6 sec to indicate the system is armed.
5.4.4
Figure 5:
1
Disarming from STAY Mode 1
Press and hold either the black or green button for
2 sec.
Two beeps sound on the remote codepad and the
STAY indicator is extinguished.
3
2
If horn speaker indication beeps are enabled, one
beep sounds from the horn speaker. If strobe
indications are enabled, the strobe flashes for 3 sec to
indicate the system is disarmed.
5.4.5
4
Panic Alarm
Press and hold both the black and green buttons
together for 2 sec.
An audible Panic Alarm is initiated that activates the
horn speaker, strobe, and internal sirens.
If Option 1 is selected in Location 425
(refer to Section 18.2 System Options 2
on page 73), the remote radio Panic
Alarm is also silent.
5.5
RE013/E: 4-Channel Keyfob
Transmitter
Four-Channel Remote Radio HandHeld Transmitter Operations
Because all operations using the four-channel remote
radio hand-held transmitter are fixed after the control
panel learns the hand-held transmitter’s code, no
programming is required for the transmitter buttons.
You can use the DOOR and AUX buttons on the
transmitter to operate the control panel’s
programmable outputs (garage door or outside lights,
for example).
1 – Button 1: Arm or disarm in AWAY Mode
2 – Button 2: Arm or disarm in STAY Mode
3 – Buttons 1 and 2: Press both buttons at the
same time to activate Panic alarm.
4 – Buttons 3 and 4: Your security company
can program these buttons for optional
operation, such as operating a garage
door.
5.5.1
Arming in AWAY Mode
Press and hold [AWAY] for 2 sec.
Two beeps sound on the remote codepad and the
AWAY indicator lights. Exit Time starts.
If horn speaker indication beeps are enabled, two
beeps sound from the horn speaker. If strobe
indications are enabled, the strobe flashes for 6 sec to
indicate the system is armed.
5.5.2
Disarming from AWAY Mode
Press and hold either [AWAY] or [STAY] for 2 sec.
Two beeps sound on the remote codepad and the
AWAY indicator is extinguished.
If horn speaker indication beeps are enabled, one
beep sounds from the horn speaker. If strobe
indications are enabled, the strobe flashes for 3 sec to
indicate the system is disarmed.
5.5.3
Arming in STAY Mode 1
Press and hold STAY for 2 sec.
Two beeps sound on the remote codepad and the
STAY indicator lights. Exit Time starts.
If horn speaker indication beeps are enabled, one
two-tone beep sounds from the horn speaker. If
strobe indications are enabled, the strobe flashes for
6 sec to indicate the system is armed.
5.5.4
Disarming from STAY Mode 1
Press and hold [AWAY] or [STAY] for 2 sec.
Two beeps sound on the remote codepad and the
STAY indicator is extinguished.
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If horn speaker indication beeps are enabled, one
beep sounds from the horn speaker. If strobe
indications are enabled, the strobe flashes for 3 sec to
indicate the system is disarmed.
5.5.5
Panic Alarm
Press and hold both [AWAY] and [STAY] together
for 2 sec.
An audible Panic Alarm is initiated that activates the
horn speaker, strobe, and internal sirens.
If Option 1 is selected in Location 425
(refer to Section 18.2 System Options 2
on page 73), the remote radio Panic
Alarm is also silent.
5.5.6
Remote Outputs
The [DOOR] and [AUX] buttons on the four-channel
hand-held transmitter can operate two remote
outputs. Only the installer can program these outputs.
You can use the Output Event Types listed in
Table 18. Refer Section 16.0 Programmable Outputs for
more information.
Table 18:
Output
Event Type
2,11
2,12
2,13
2,14
Remote Output Event Types
6.0 System Functions
This section explains more advanced features, such as
Installer Code, Master Code, and hold-down
functions used for testing and regular maintenance of
the system.
6.1
Page
67
67
68
68
To access the required Installer Code function, enter
the Installer Code and corresponding function digit,
and press [AWAY]. The Installer Code functions are
listed in Table 19.
You can only access these functions when the system
is disarmed.
Table 19:
Installer Code Functions
Function
0
1
Description
Reserved
Set the number of days until the first Test
Report
(Section 6.1.1)
Change domestic telephone numbers
(Section 6.1.2)
Change the Telco arming or disarming
sequence
(Section 6.1.3 on page 28)
Setting STAY Mode 2 zones
(Section 6.1.4 on page 30)
Satellite Siren (EDMSAT) Service Mode
(Section 6.1.5 on page 30)
Turn Telephone Monitor Mode on and off
(Section 6.1.6 on page 31)
Walk Test Mode
(Section 6.1.7 on page 31)
Event Memory Recall Mode
(Section 6.1.8 on page 31)
Reserved
3
4
5
To turn Output 1 on:
6
Press and hold [DOOR] for 2 sec.
Output 1 turns on.
7
To turn Output 1 off:
8
Press and hold [DOOR] for 2 sec.
Output 1 turns off.
9
To turn Output 2 on:
6.1.1
Press and hold [AUX] for 2 sec.
Output 2 turns on.
To turn Output 2 off:
Press and hold [AUX] for 2 sec.
Output 2 turns off.
All reset times for the [DOOR] and
[AUX] buttons are referenced to
Polarities 1 and 8. Reset times vary
depending on the polarity used.
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Installer Code Functions
Installer Code functions allow the installer to perform
various system tests and tasks without knowing a
Master Code.
2
Description
Radio Control Output 1
Radio Control Output 2
Radio Control Output 1 – not
armed in AWAY Mode
Radio Control Output 2 – not
armed in AWAY Mode
System Functions
Set the Number of Days until the First Test
Report
This function determines when the system sends the
first Test Report (Contact ID Event Code 602). If you
do not use this Installer Code Function, the first Test
Report is sent to the base station receiver after the
repeat interval programmed in Location 366 (refer to
Section 15.21 Test Reporting Time on page 63). If you
want the system to send the first Test Report sooner
than the repeat interval, use this function to set when
the first Test Report is sent.
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System Functions
To set the first Test Report:
1. Enter the Installer Code and press [1][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Enter the number of days (1 to 15) until the first
Test Report is sent and press [AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off. The system returns to the
disarmed state.
Each time you enter Installer’s
Programming Mode, the first Test Report
time defaults to the repeat interval set in
Location 366.
The number of days counts down by one
at 2400 hours as set in Locations 901 to
904 (refer to Section 17.15 System
Time on page 72).
Example
If the repeat interval is set to 7 days, but you want the
first Test Report to be sent in 2 days, enter:
[1 2 3 4 1][AWAY][2][AWAY]
6.1.2
Changing Domestic Phone Numbers
When the system is set up for domestic dialing, this
function allows the installer to view and program the
telephone numbers that the system calls if an alarm
occurs. Refer to Section 9.0 Domestic Dialing on
page 40 for more information.
To change domestic phone numbers:
1. Enter the Installer Code and press [2][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
If there are telephone numbers programmed,
they appear one digit at a time using the remote
codepad indicators. Refer to Table 21 on page 28
for the indicators and their meanings.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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If there are no telephone numbers programmed,
an additional two beeps sound after entering this
mode. These two beeps normally sound after you
enter the last digit of the last phone number.
Enter the first phone number.
Each digit appears as you enter it.
If you are programming another phone number,
press [STAY][4] to separate the end of one phone
number and the beginning of the next.
If you are not programming other numbers, go to
Step 5.
Repeat Steps 2 and 3 to program another phone
number.
Press [AWAY] to exit from this mode.
Table 20:
Domestic Dialing Digits
Digit
Required
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Number to
Program
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Digit
Required
8
9
10
*
#
4 sec pause
break
15
Number to
Program
8
9
refer to 0
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
Example
If you want to program two separate telephone
numbers (9672 1777 and 9672 1233), enter:
[1 2 3 4 2][AWAY][9 6 7 2 1 7 7 7][STAY]
[4 9 6 7 2 1 2 3 3][AWAY]
You can suspend domestic dialing at any time (for
example, you are moving house and do not want the
system to continue calling your work place or mobile
phone).
To disable domestic dialing:
Enter the Installer Code and press [2][AWAY]
[STAY][4][AWAY].
Table 21:
Codepad Indicators When Changing
Phone Numbers
Digit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
11
12
Pause
Break
15
2
6.1.3
1
Zone Indicators
3 4 5 6
7
8
MAINS
Indicator
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Change Telco Arming or Disarming
Sequence
Program the call forward sequence to automatically
operate when you arm the system in AWAY Mode.
This feature is only available if the call forward option
is available from your telecommunication provider.
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When arming the system in AWAY Mode, the
control panel automatically dials the
telecommunication exchange to redirect all calls to
your mobile phone, pocket pager, or answering
service. When activated, your telephone still allows
outgoing calls.
If a call forwarding sequence is already
programmed, the sequence appears one digit at a
time using the remote codepad indicators. Refer
to Table 23 on page 29 for the indicators and their
meanings.
Contact your telecommunications provider for more
information on call forward operations.
Table 22:
Digit
Required
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Telco Arming or Disarming Dialing
Digits
Number to
Program
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Table 23:
Digit
Required
8
9
10
11
12
4 sec pause
break
15
Number to
Program
8
9
refer to 0
* 1
* 2
* 3
* 4
* 5
Codepad Indicators When Changing
the Telco Arming or Disarming
Sequence
System Functions
3.
4.
If there is no call forward sequence programmed,
an additional two beeps sound after entering this
mode. These two beeps normally sound after the
last digit of the call forward sequence is
displayed.
Press [STAY][1 6 1] and enter the phone number
to which you want calls from the control panel
diverted.
Press [STAY][2][AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the system returns to the
disarmed state.
Example
If you want to automatically divert all unanswered
incoming calls to another telephone number (for
example, 9672 1777) when the system is armed in
AWAY Mode, enter:
[1 2 3 4 3][AWAY][1][AWAY][STAY]
[1 6 1 9 6 7 2 1 7 7 7][STAY][2][AWAY]
You can suspend the Telco arming sequence at any
time.
To disable the Telco arming sequence:
Digit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
11
12
Pause
Break
15
1
2
Zone Indicators
3 4 5 6
7
8
MAINS
Indicator
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Enter the Installer Code and press [3][AWAY][1]
[AWAY][STAY][4][AWAY].
To program the Telco disarming sequence – easy
call forward (no answer off):
1. Enter the Installer Code and press [3][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Press [2][AWAY] to change the Telco disarming
sequence.
Three beeps sound.
If a Telco disarming sequence is already
programmed, the sequence appears one digit at a
time using the remote codepad indicators. Refer
to Table 23 on page 29 for the indicators and their
meanings.
X
X
X
X
X
To program the Telco arming sequence – easy
call forward (no answer on):
1. Enter the Installer Code and press [3][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Press [1][AWAY] to change the Telco arming
sequence. Three beeps sound.
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3.
If there is no Telco disarming sequence
programmed, an additional two beeps sound after
entering this mode. These two beeps normally
sound after the last digit of the sequence is
shown.
Press [STAY][2 6 1][STAY][2][AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the system returns to the
disarmed state.
You can suspend the Telco disarming sequence at
any time.
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To disable the Telco disarming sequence:
3.
Enter the Installer Code and press [3][AWAY][2]
[AWAY][STAY][4][AWAY].
To program the Telco arming sequence – easy
call forward (immediate on):
1. Enter the Installer Code and press [3][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Press [1][AWAY] button to change the Telco
arming sequence. Three beeps sound.
If a call forwarding sequence is already
programmed, the sequence appears one digit at a
time using the remote codepad indicators. Refer
to Table 23 on page 29 for the indicators and their
meanings.
3.
4.
If there is no call forward sequence programmed,
an additional two beeps sound after entering this
mode. These two beeps normally sound after the
last digit of the call forward sequence is shown.
Press [STAY][1 2 1] and enter the phone number
to which you want calls from the control panel
diverted.
Press [STAY][2][AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the system returns to the
disarmed state.
Example
Press [STAY][2 2 1][STAY][2][AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the system returns to the
disarmed state.
You can suspend the Telco disarming sequence at
any time.
To disable the Telco disarming sequence:
Enter the Installer Code and press [3][AWAY][2]
[AWAY][STAY][4][AWAY].
6.1.4
Setting STAY Mode 2 Zones
This function allows the installer to select the zones
that are automatically isolated when the system is
armed in STAY Mode 2.
To arm the system in STAY Mode 2, press and hold
[0] until two beeps sound.
Refer to Section 6.3.3 on page 37 or Section 4.5 Arming
the System in STAY Mode 2 on page 17 for more
information.
To set STAY Mode 2 zones:
1. Enter the Installer Code and press [4][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY indicator
flashes.
2. Enter the number of the zone you want to
automatically isolate and press [STAY].
The corresponding zone indicator flashes.
3. Repeat Step 2 for each zone you want to select.
If you want to automatically divert all incoming calls
to another telephone number (for example, 9672
1777) when the system is armed in AWAY Mode,
enter:
As you select each zone to isolate, the
corresponding zone indicator flashes. If
you make a mistake, enter the incorrect
zone number and press [STAY]. This
zone is no longer selected to isolate and
the zone indicator turns off.
[1 2 3 4 3][AWAY][1][AWAY][STAY]
[1 2 1 9 6 7 2 1 7 7 7][STAY][2][AWAY]
You can suspend the Telco arming sequence at any
time.
To disable the Telco arming sequence:
Press [AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the system returns to the
disarmed state.
Enter the Installer Code and press [3][AWAY][1]
[AWAY][STAY][4][AWAY].
The indicators for the zones you selected and the
STAY indicator turn off.
To program the Telco disarming sequence – easy
call forward (immediate off):
1. Enter the Installer Code and press [3][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Press [2][AWAY] to change the Telco disarming
sequence.
Three beeps sound.
If a Telco disarming sequence is already
programmed, the sequence appears one digit at a
time using the remote codepad indicators. Refer
to Table 23 for the indicators and their meanings.
If there is no Telco disarming sequence
programmed, an additional two beeps sound after
entering this mode. These two beeps normally
sound after the last digit of the sequence appears.
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4.
Example
If you want to select zones 2, 5, and 6, enter:
[1 2 3 4 4][AWAY][2][STAY][5][STAY][6][STAY]
[AWAY]
You can disable all zones selected to automatically
isolate for STAY Mode 2 at any time.
To disable STAY Mode 2 zones:
Enter the Installer Code and press [4][AWAY]
[AWAY].
6.1.5
Satellite Siren Service Mode
If the SS914 Satellite Siren (EDMSAT) is connected
to Output 1, this function allows you to perform
service work on the system without activating the
satellite siren. The satellite siren returns to its normal
working state the next time the system is armed.
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To enter Satellite Siren Service Mode:
3.
Enter the Installer Code and press [5][AWAY].
Three beeps sound.
6.1.6
Turning Telephone Monitor Mode On and
Off
Telephone Monitor Mode allows you to use the
remote codepad for visual representation of data
transmissions between the control panel and the base
station receiver. The dialing sequence is also shown in
this mode.
The codepad beeps once every 2 sec when
Telephone Monitor Mode is active, whether the
system is in Installer’s Programming Mode or normal
operating mode. The first five indicators show the
progressive steps during a transmission to the base
station receiver.
Table 24:
Zone LED
1
2
3
4
5
None
Telephone Monitor Mode Indications
Dialing Event
Telephone line seized
Dialing phone number
Handshake received
Data being transmitted
Kiss-off received
Telephone line released
To turn Telephone Monitor Mode on:
Enter the Installer Code and press [6][AWAY].
Three beeps sound.
To turn Telephone Monitor Mode off:
Enter the Installer Code and press [6][AWAY].
Two beeps sound.
You must exit from Telephone Monitor
Mode to resume normal operations.
6.1.7
Event Memory Recall Mode
This function allows you to play back the last 40
system events that occurred. Event Memory Recall
Mode reports all alarms and each arming or
disarming of the system and helps with
troubleshooting system faults. The events are shown
using the codepad indicators.
To enter Event Memory Recall Mode:
Enter the Installer Code and press [8][AWAY].
Three beeps sound. The events are played back by
the codepad indicators in reverse chronological order.
Example
If the events occurred in the following order:
1. System armed in AWAY Mode
2. Alarm in Zone 3
3. Alarm in Zone 4
4. System disarmed
The alarm memory plays back in this order:
1. All indicators off except MAINS (System
disarmed)
2. Zone 4 and AWAY indicators light (Alarm in
Zone 4)
3. Zone 3 and AWAY indicators light (Alarm in
Zone 3)
4. AWAY indicator lights (System armed in AWAY
Mode)
Each event is indicated by a beep and a lit indicator.
Resetting a disarmed 24-Hour Alarm is indicated by a
beep only.
After the last event, three beeps sound to indicate the
end of playback. You can stop the replay at any time
by pressing [AWAY].
If the system is armed in STAY Mode 1 or
STAY Mode 2, the STAY indicator shows
the event memory playback. There is no
differentiation between STAY Mode 1 and
STAY Mode 2.
Walk Test Mode
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Press [AWAY] to exit from this function.
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off. The system returns to the
disarmed state.
6.1.8
Walk Test Mode allows you to test detection devices
to ensure they are functioning correctly. Before
activating Walk Test Mode, isolate any zones that are
not required for testing. Refer to Section 4.11 Isolating
Zones on page 21 for more information.
To enter Walk Test Mode:
1. Enter the Installer Code and press [7][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash. The codepad beeps once per sec
when Walk Test Mode is active.
2. Unseal and seal the zones to be tested.
The codepad sounds one long beep and the horn
speaker sounds one short beep each time a zone
is sealed or unsealed.
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If power is removed from the control
panel, the memory of all events is saved.
6.2
Master Code Functions
Master Code Functions allow users with the
appropriate priority level to perform certain
supervisory level functions. You can use these
functions only when the system is disarmed.
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The default Master Code is 2580 and is
User Code 1. You can program multiple
Master Codes. Refer to Section 13.3
User Code Priority on page 52 for more
information.
To access a Master Code function, enter the Master
Code and press the corresponding function digit and
the [AWAY] button. The Master Code functions are
listed in Table 25.
Table 25:
Function
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
6.2.1
Master Code Functions
Description
Reserved
Add, change, and delete User
Codes/Remote Radio User Codes
(Sections 6.2.1 on page 32 and 6.2.2 on
page 32)
Change domestic phone numbers
(Section 6.2.3 on page 33)
Change Telco Arm or Disarm Sequence
(Section 6.2.4 on page 34)
Set zones for STAY Mode 2
(Section 6.2.5 on page 35)
Turn outputs on and off
(Section 6.2.6 on page 36)
Set the date and time
(Section 6.2.7 on page 36)
Walk Test Mode
(Section 6.2.8 on page 36)
Event Memory Recall Mode
(Section 6.2.9 on page 36)
Reserved
Changing and Deleting User Codes
This function allows a Master Code holder to change
or delete a User Code.
1. Enter your Master Code and press [1][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Enter the number of the code (1 to 8) you want to
change and press [AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the corresponding zone
indicator lights.
3. Enter the new code and press [AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off.
4. Repeat this procedure to change other User
Codes.
This function ends automatically if you do
not press a button within 60 sec or if you
press [AWAY].
One long beep indicates that the code
already exists or that you entered an
incorrect user number.
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Example
To program User Code number 2 as 4627, enter:
[2 5 8 0 1][AWAY][2][AWAY][4 6 2 7][AWAY]
To delete a User Code:
1. Enter your Master Code and press [1][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Enter the number of the code (1 to 8) you want to
delete and press [AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the corresponding zone
indicator lights.
3. Press [STAY] to delete the User Code.
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off.
4. Repeat this procedure to delete other User
Codes.
This function ends automatically if you do
not press a button within 60 sec or if you
press [AWAY].
One long beep indicates that the code
already exists or that you entered an
incorrect user number.
Example
To delete user code number 3, enter:
[2 5 8 0 1][AWAY][3][AWAY][STAY]
6.2.2
Changing and Deleting Remote Radio User
Codes
This function allows a Master Code holder to change
or delete a remote radio User Code.
To add or change a remote radio User Code:
1. Enter your Master Code and press [1][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Enter the number of the code (9 to 16) you want
to change and press [AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the corresponding codepad
indicators light. Refer to Table 26.
Table 26:
User
No
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1
X
Remote Radio Numbers Displayed by
the Codepad Indicators
2
Zone Indicators
3 4 5 6
X
X
X
X
X
X
7
8
X
MAINS
Indicator
X
X
X
X
X
X
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4.
Press any of the [TRANSMIT] buttons on the
hand-held transmitter.
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off.
Repeat this procedure to change other remote
radio User Codes.
This function ends automatically if you do
not press a button within 60 sec or if you
press [AWAY].
One long beep indicates that the code
already exists or that you entered an
incorrect user number.
To delete a remote radio User Code:
1. Enter your Master Code and press [1][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Enter the number of the code (9 to 16) you want
to delete and press [AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the corresponding codepad
indicators light. Refer to Table 26.
3. Press [STAY] to delete the User Code.
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off.
4. Repeat this procedure to delete other remote
radio User Codes.
This function ends automatically if you do
not press a button within 60 sec or if you
press [AWAY].
One long beep indicates that the code
already exists or that you entered an
incorrect user number.
6.2.3
Changing Domestic Phone Numbers
When the system is set up for domestic dialing, this
function allows the installer to view and program the
telephone numbers that the system calls if an alarm
occurs. Refer to Section 9.0 Domestic Dialing on
page 40 for more information.
To change domestic phone numbers:
1. Enter your Master Code and press [2][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
If there are telephone numbers programmed,
they appear one digit at a time using the remote
codepad indicators. Refer to Table 27 for the
indicators and their meanings.
If there are no telephone numbers programmed,
an additional two beeps sound after entering this
mode. These two beeps normally sound after you
enter the last digit of the last phone number.
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Table 27:
Codepad Indicators When Changing
Domestic Telephone Numbers
Digit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*
#
Pause
Break
2
2.
3.
4.
5.
1
Zone Indicators
3 4 5 6
7
MAINS
Indicator
X
8
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Enter the first phone number.
The indicator for each digit lights as you enter it.
If you are programming another phone number,
press [STAY][4] to separate the end of one phone
number and the beginning of the next.
If you are not programming other numbers, go to
Step 5.
Repeat Steps 2 and 3 to program another phone
number.
Press [AWAY] to exit from this mode.
Table 28:
Domestic Dialing Digits
Digit
Required
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Number to
Program
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Digit
Required
7
8
9
*
#
4 sec pause
break
Number to
Program
7
8
9
*1
*2
*3
*4
Example
If you want to program two separate telephone
numbers (9672 1777 and 9672 1233), enter:
[2 5 8 0 2][AWAY][9 6 7 2 1 7 7 7][STAY]
[4 9 6 7 2 1 2 3 3][[AWAY]
To disable domestic dialing:
Enter your Master Code and press [2][AWAY]
[STAY][4][AWAY].
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6.2.4
System Functions
Change Telco Arming or Disarming
Sequence
Table 30:
Codepad Indicators When Changing
Telco Arming or Disarming
Sequence
Digit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
11
12
Pause
Break
15
2
Program the call forward sequence to automatically
operate when you arm the system in AWAY Mode.
This feature is only available if the call forward option
is available from your telecommunication provider.
When arming the system in AWAY Mode, the
control panel dials the telecommunication exchange
to redirect all calls to your mobile phone, pocket
pager, or answering service. When activated, your
telephone still allows outgoing calls.
Contact your telecommunications provider for more
information on call forward operations.
Table 29:
Digit
Required
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Telco Arming or Disarming Dialing
Digits
Number to
Program
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Digit
Required
8
9
10
11
12
4 sec pause
break
15
Number to
Program
8
9
0
* 1
* 2
* 3
* 4
* 5
To program the Telco arming sequence – easy
call forward (no answer on):
1. Enter your Master Code and press [3][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Press [1][AWAY] to change the Telco arming
sequence.
Three beeps sound.
If a call forwarding sequence is already
programmed, the sequence appears one digit at a
time using the remote codepad indicators. Refer
to Table 30 for the indicators and their meanings.
If there is no call forward sequence programmed,
an additional two beeps sound after entering this
mode. These two beeps normally sound after the
last digit of the call forward sequence is
displayed.
3.
4.
1
Zone Indicators
3 4 5 6
7
8
MAINS
Indicator
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Press [STAY][1 6 1] and enter the phone number
to which you want calls from the control panel
diverted.
Press [STAY][2][AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the system returns to the
disarmed state.
Example
If you want to automatically divert all unanswered
incoming calls to another telephone number (for
example, 9672 1777) when the system is armed in
AWAY Mode, enter:
[2 5 8 0 3][AWAY][1][AWAY][STAY]
[1 6 1 9 6 7 2 1 7 7 7][STAY][2][AWAY]
You can suspend the Telco arming sequence at any
time.
To disable the Telco arming sequence:
Enter your Master Code and press [3][AWAY][1]
[AWAY][STAY][4][AWAY].
To program the Telco disarming sequence – easy
call forward (no answer off):
1. Enter your Master Code and press [3][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Press [2][AWAY] to change the Telco disarming
sequence.
Three beeps sound.
If a Telco disarming sequence is already
programmed, the sequence appears one digit at a
time using the remote codepad indicators. Refer
to Table 30 for the indicators and their meanings.
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If there is no Telco disarming sequence
programmed, an additional two beeps sound after
entering this mode. These two beeps normally
sound after the last digit of the sequence is
shown.
Press [STAY][2 6 1][STAY][2][AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the system returns to the
disarmed state.
2.
To disable the Telco disarming sequence:
To program the Telco arming sequence – easy
call forward (immediate on):
1. Enter your Master Code and press [3][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Press [1][AWAY] button to change the Telco
arming sequence. Three beeps sound.
If a call forwarding sequence is already
programmed, the sequence appears one digit at a
time using the remote codepad indicators. Refer
to Table 30 for the indicators and their meanings.
3.
4.
If there is no call forward sequence programmed,
an additional two beeps sound after entering this
mode. These two beeps normally sound after the
last digit of the call forward sequence is
displayed.
Press [STAY][1 2 1] and enter the phone number
to which you want calls from the control panel
diverted.
Press [STAY][2][AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the system returns to the
disarmed state.
Example
If you want to automatically divert all incoming calls
to another telephone number (for example, 9672
1777) when the system is armed in AWAY Mode,
enter:
Press [2][AWAY] to change the Telco disarming
sequence.
Three beeps sound.
If a Telco disarming sequence is already
programmed, the sequence appears one digit at a
time using the remote codepad indicators. Refer
to Table 30 on page 34 for the indicators and their
meanings.
You can suspend the Telco disarming sequence at
any time.
Enter your Master Code and press [3][AWAY][2]
[AWAY][STAY][4][AWAY].
3.
If there is no Telco disarming sequence
programmed, an additional two beeps sound after
entering this mode. These two beeps normally
sound after the last digit of the sequence is
shown.
Press [STAY][2 2 1][STAY][2][AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the system returns to the
disarmed state.
You can suspend the Telco disarming sequence at
any time.
To disable the Telco disarming sequence:
Enter your Master Code and press [3][AWAY][2]
[AWAY][STAY][4][AWAY].
6.2.5
Setting STAY Mode 2 Zones
This function allows the Master Code holder to select
the zones that are automatically isolated when the
system is armed in STAY Mode 2.
To arm the system in STAY Mode 2, press and hold
[0] until two beeps sound. Refer to Section 6.3.3 on
page 37 or Section 4.5 Arming the System in STAY Mode
2 on page 20 for more information.
To set STAY Mode 2 zones:
1. Enter your Master Code and press [4][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY indicator
flashes.
2. Enter the number of the zone you want to
automatically isolate and press [STAY].
The corresponding zone indicator flashes.
3. Repeat Step 2 to select each zone.
As you select each zone to isolate, the
corresponding zone indicator flashes. If
you make a mistake, enter the incorrect
zone number and press [STAY]. This
zone is no longer selected to be isolated
and the zone indicator is extinguished.
[2 5 8 0 3][AWAY][1][AWAY][STAY]
[1 2 1 9 6 7 2 1 7 7 7][STAY][2][AWAY]
You can suspend the Telco arming sequence at any
time.
To disable the Telco arming sequence:
Enter your Master Code and press [3][AWAY][1]
[AWAY][STAY][4][AWAY].
To program the Telco disarming sequence – easy
call forward (immediate off):
1. Enter your Master Code and press [3][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
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Press [AWAY].
Two beeps sound and the system returns to the
disarmed state.
The indicators for the zones you selected and the
STAY indicator turn off.
Example
If you want to select zones 2, 5, and 6, enter:
[2 5 8 0 4][AWAY][2][STAY][5][STAY][6][STAY]
[AWAY]
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You can disable all zones selected to automatically
isolate for STAY Mode 2 at any time.
To disable STAY Mode 2 zones:
Enter your Master Code and press [4][AWAY]
[AWAY].
6.2.6
Turning Outputs On/Off
If an output is programmed for remote operation, you
can turn the remote output on or off using this Master
Code function or remotely using the Alarm Link
Software.
To use this Master Code function, you must program
one or more of the outputs with these Output Event
Types:
Output 1 = Output Event Type 2,8 (page 67)
Output 2 = Output Event Type 2,9 (page 67)
Output 3 = Output Event Type 2,10 (page 67)
To turn an output on from the remote codepad:
1. Enter your Master Code and press [5][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Enter the number of the output (1 to 3) and press
[AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the output turns on.
3. Repeat Step 2 to turn on another output.
4. Press [AWAY] to exit from this function.
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off.
Example
If Output 2 is programmed as 291000 in Locations
374 to 379, the Master Code holder can turn on this
output by entering:
[2 5 8 0 5][AWAY][2][AWAY][AWAY]
To turn off an output from the remote codepad:
1. Enter your Master Code and press [5][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Enter the number of the output (1 to 3) and press
[STAY].
Two beeps sound and the output turns off.
3. Repeat Step 2 to turn off another output.
4. Press [AWAY] button to exit from this function.
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off.
Example
If Output 2 is programmed as 291000 in Locations
374 to 379, the Master Code holder can turn off this
output by entering:
[2 5 8 0 5][AWAY][2][STAY][AWAY]
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6.2.7
Setting the Date and Time
Use this function to change the date and time or if
power was removed from the system.
If the date and time are not set, the date and time
fault is shown only when the Auto Arming Time is
programmed in Locations 414 to 417 (refer to Section
17.12 Auto Arming Time on page 72), or when you
enter Fault Analysis Mode by holding down [5].
To set the new date and time:
1. Enter your Master Code and press [6][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Enter the day, month, year, hour, and minute in
DD, MM, YY, HH, MM format (where DD is the
day of the month, MM is the month of the year,
YY is the year, HH is the hour of the day, and
MM minute of the day) and press [AWAY].
Use 24:00 hour format when programming the
hour of the day.
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off. If a long beep sounds, there
was an error when you entered the date and time.
Example
To set the date and time for the 1st January 20064 at
10:30 PM, enter:
[2 5 8 0 6][AWAY][0 1 0 1 0 6 2 2 3 0][AWAY]
6.2.8
Walk Test Mode
Walk Test Mode allows you to test detection devices
to ensure they are functioning correctly. Before
activating Walk Test Mode, isolate any zones that are
not required for testing. Refer to Section 4.11 Isolating
Zones on page 21 for more information.
To enter Walk Test Mode:
1. Enter your Master Code and press [7][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash. The codepad beeps once per sec
when Walk Test Mode is active.
2. Unseal and seal the zones to be tested.
The codepad sounds one long beep and the horn
speaker sounds one short beep each time a zone
is sealed or unsealed.
3. Press [AWAY] to exit from this function.
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off. The system returns to the
disarmed state.
6.2.9
Event Memory Recall Mode
Event Memory Recall Mode allows you to play back
the last forty system events. Event Memory Recall
Mode shows all alarms and each arming or disarming
of the system and helps with troubleshooting system
faults. The events are shown using the codepad
indicators.
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To enter Event Memory Recall Mode:
Enter your Master Code and press [8][AWAY].
Three beeps sound. The events are played back by
the codepad indicators in reverse chronological order.
Example
If the events occurred in the following order:
1. System armed in AWAY Mode
2. Alarm in Zone 3
3. Alarm in Zone 4
4. System disarmed
The alarm memory plays back in this order:
1. All indicators off except MAINS (System
disarmed)
2. Zone 4 and AWAY indicators light (Alarm in
Zone 4)
3. Zone 3 and AWAY indicators light (Alarm in
Zone 3)
4. AWAY indicator lights (System armed in AWAY
Mode)
Each event is indicated by a beep and a lit indicator.
Resetting a disarmed 24-Hour Alarm is indicated by a
beep only.
After the last event, three beeps sound to indicate the
end of playback. You can stop the replay at any time
by pressing [AWAY].
If the system is armed in STAY Mode 1 or
STAY Mode 2, the STAY indicator shows
the event memory playback. There is no
differentiation between STAY Mode 1 and
STAY Mode 2.
If the control panel is powered down, the
memory of all events is lost.
6.3
Hold-Down Functions
System Functions
If there was no alarm during the armed cycle,
pressing and holding [*] a second time disarms the
system from STAY Mode 1. To enable single button
disarming from STAY Mode 1 using this function,
select Option 4 in Location 429.
If an alarm occurred or entry warning was activated,
a valid User Code is required to disarm the system.
Refer to Section 14.3.6 Zone Options 2 on page 58 for
information on programming each zone to
automatically isolate in STAY Mode 1.
6.3.3
Arming the System in STAY Mode 2
Pressing and holding [0] until two beeps sound arms
the system in STAY Mode 2. This function operates
only if you select Option 2 in Location 429 (refer to
Section 18.6 Consumer Options 2 on page 75).
If there was no alarm during the armed cycle,
pressing and holding [0] a second time disarms the
system from STAY Mode 2. To enable single button
disarming from STAY Mode 2 using this function,
select Option 4 in Location 429.
If an alarm occurred or entry warning was activated,
a valid User Code is required to disarm the system.
For more information, refer to Section 6.1.4 Setting
STAY Mode 2 Zones on page 30 (using the Installer
Code function) or Section 6.2.5 Setting STAY Mode 2
Zones on page 35 (using the Master Code function).
6.3.4
Horn Speaker Test
Pressing and holding [1] until two beeps sound
activates the horn speaker for a two-sec burst. No
other sounding device operates during this mode.
6.3.5
Bell Test
Pressing and holding [2] until two beeps sound
activates the internal screamers for a two-sec burst.
No other sounding device operates during this mode.
Hold-down functions allow easy activation of specific
operations. When you press and hold a button for
2 sec, two beeps sound and the corresponding
function operates. The hold-down functions are listed
below.
If the SS914 Satellite Siren (EDMSAT) is connected
to the control panel, this function tests both the horn
speaker and the strobe connected to the satellite siren
for a 2-sec burst.
6.3.1
Pressing and holding [3] operates the strobe. No other
device operates during this mode.
Arming the System in AWAY Mode
Pressing and holding [#] until two beeps sound arms
the system in AWAY Mode. This function operates
only if you select Option 2 in Location 429 (refer to
Section 18.6 Consumer Options 2 on page 75).
6.3.2
Arming the System in STAY Mode 1
Pressing and holding [*] until two beeps sound arms
the system in STAY Mode 1. This function operates
only if you select Option 2 in Location 429 (refer to
Section 18.6 Consumer Options 2 on page 75).
6.3.6
Strobe Test
If the SS914 Satellite Siren (EDMSAT) is connected
to the control panel, this function also tests the strobe
on the satellite siren.
To turn the strobe test on:
Press and hold [3] until three beeps sound.
The strobe flashes.
To turn the strobe test off:
Press and hold [3] until two beeps sound.
The strobe stops flashing.
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6.3.7
Remote Arming by Telephone
Turning Day Alarm On and Off
Pressing and holding [4] turns Day Alarm on or off. If
you want the STAY indicator to indicate the status of
Day Alarm operation (enabled or disabled), select
Option 8 in Location 428 (refer to Section 18.5
Consumer Options 1 on page 75). When this option is
selected, the STAY indicator flashes once every 3 sec
when Day Alarm is active.
To turn Day Alarm on:
Press and hold [4] until three beeps sound.
To turn Day Alarm off:
6.3.11 Codepad Buzzer Tone Change
Pressing and holding [8] down continuously changes
the tone of the buzzer in the remote codepad. There
are fifty different tones from 1500 Hz to 5000 Hz. In
an installation with multiple codepads, you can set a
different tone for each codepad.
To change the buzzer tone:
1. Press and hold [8] continuously.
The tone of the buzzer increases in pitch.
2. Release [8] button when you hear the desired
tone.
Press and hold [4] until two beeps sound.
6.3.8
There are a number of system faults that can be
detected by the control panel. When any of these
faults are present, the FAULT indicator flashes and
the codepad beeps once per minute. Refer to Section
4.12 Fault Analysis Mode on page 22 for more
information on each fault type.
To determine the type of fault:
Press and hold [5] until two beeps sound.
The STAY, AWAY, and FAULT indicators flash.
One or more zone indicators (1 to 8) light to indicate
the type of fault that occurred. Refer to Table 14 on
page 22.
To Exit from Fault Analysis Mode:
Press [AWAY].
The STAY and AWAY indicators turn off and the
system returns to the disarmed state.
6.3.9
Every time power is removed from the
system, you must reset each codepad to
its individual tone using this function.
Fault Analysis Mode
Initiate a Modem Call
Pressing and holding [6] until two beeps sound forces
the control panel to dial the callback telephone
number programmed in Locations 159 to 174 (refer
to Section 11.9 Call Back Telephone Number on page 49)
in an attempt to connect to the installer’s remote
computer.
The remote computer must be running the CC816
Alarm Link Software and must be set to Waiting for
an Incoming Call. If no callback telephone number is
programmed, pressing and holding [6] has no effect.
6.3.12 Send Test Report
Pressing and holding [9] until two beeps sound sends
a Test Report (Contact ID Event Code 602) to test
the dialing and reporting capabilities of the system
without activating the sirens.
7.0
You can arm your system from any remote location
by telephone. For security reasons, you cannot disarm
the system using this method. A touch-tone telephone
is required to use this feature.
To remotely arm your system by telephone:
1. Call the telephone number to which your control
panel is connected.
When the control panel answers the incoming
call, a short jingle sounds.
If you hear a number of unusual tones
when the control panel answers the
incoming call, the system is programmed
for remote programming functions. Wait
for a pause in the tones and follow Step 2
to arm the system remotely.
2.
6.3.10 Reset Latching Outputs
Pressing and holding [7] until two beeps sound resets
any output that is programmed to remain on after it is
activated.
The output must be programmed with a latching
polarity. Refer to Section 16.3 Output Polarity on
page 68 for more information.
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3.
Hold the phone controller to the mouthpiece of
the telephone and press and hold the button on
the side of the unit for 3 sec.
You can also press and hold [*] on the touch-tone
telephone for 3 sec to arm the system.
Two beeps sound to indicate that the system is
armed in AWAY Mode.
Hang up the telephone.
The system remains armed.
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If the control panel does not answer the call, the
system might be armed already, remote functions are
not enabled, or the Ring Count is set to 0. To enable
remote arming by telephone, select Option 2 in
Location 177 (refer to Section 12.1 Dialer Options 1 on
page 50). To set the number of rings before the
control panel answers, refer to Section 11.10 Ring
Count on page 49.
When both Remote Arming and
Upload/Download are selected, the
control panel answers the call expecting
the remote computer. When this occurs,
modem negotiating tones sound rather
than the remote arming jingle.
8.0 Alarm Link Software
You can program or control the ICP-CC404 Control
Panel remotely using an IBM or compatible personal
computer and the CC816 Alarm Link Software. This
software allows you to change your customer’s
control panel without leaving your office, improving
customer service and saving you time and money.
For locations where a control panel is installed
hundreds of kilometres from your office, the
Upload/Download feature is invaluable.
Alarm Link Software
To dial the remote computer:
Press and hold [6] until two beeps sound on the
remote codepad.
8.1.2
Remote Connect without Callback
Verification
Remote connect without callback verification is useful
if you must perform Upload/Download functions
from multiple locations.
There are two methods to disable callback
verification. Remember that using this feature reduces
the security of the control panel.
Method One
Method one allows you to call the control panel from
any remote location without the control panel calling
back to the computer to establish a link. When using
this method, the customer cannot initiate a modem
call by holding down [6].
To program method one:
1. Program Locations 159 to 174 for the Call Back
Telephone Number to 0 (refer to Section 11.9 on
page 49).
2. Select Option 1 and disable Option 2 in Location
180 (refer to Section 8.2 Alarm Link Options on
page 40).
To use the Alarm Link Software with the ICP-CC404
Control Panel, set the control panel type in the Alarm
Link database to I404-V10.
The control panel allows connecting the first call
without calling the remote computer.
When adding a new customer in the Alarm Link
Software, the Subscriber ID Number and the Installer
Code must match the values programmed in the
control panel for synchronisation when connecting to
the control panel. If these two locations do not match
those of the control panel, you cannot synchronize
the computer and the control panel.
Method two allows you to program a callback
telephone number so the customer can still initiate a
modem call when necessary. When you call the
control panel from a remote location using the
computer, the control panel does not call back the
remote computer to establish a link.
8.1
Remote Connect
The remote connect feature allows you to establish a
connection through the telephone network from your
IBM or compatible computer to the ICP-CC404
Control Panel. This software allows you to offer faster
service to your clients.
8.1.1
Remote Connect with Customer Control
If you want to configure the control panel so a remote
connection can only be established when the client
initiates it through the remote codepad, program the
following information:
• Program the Call Back Telephone Number in
Locations 159 to 174 (refer to Section 11.9 on
page 49).
• Disable Option 1 in Location 180 (refer to Section
8.2 Alarm Link Options on page 40).
The control panel is now set so the client controls
when a remote connection can be established.
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Method Two
To program method two:
1. Program the Call Back Telephone Number in
Locations 159 to 174 (refer to Section 11.9 on
page 49).
2. Select Option 1 and disable Option 2 in Location
180 (refer to Section 8.2 Alarm Link Options on
page 40).
The control panel allows connecting the first call
without calling the remote computer to make contact
and allows the customer to initiate a modem call by
holding down [6].
8.1.3
Remote Connect with Callback Verification
Remote connect with callback verification offers the
highest degree of data security through a two-level
security check.
In the first level, the Installer Code and the
Subscriber ID Number must match those of the
control panel. In the second level of security, the
control panel calls the programmed callback
telephone number to establish the valid connection.
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Domestic Dialing
To program the control panel for remote
connection with callback verification:
1. Program the Call Back Telephone Number in
Locations 159 to 174 (refer to Section 11.9 on
page 49).
2. Select Options 1 and 2 in Location 180 (refer to
Section 8.2 Alarm Link Options on page 40).
8.1.4
Direct Connect
The direct connect feature gives the installer a simple
method to program the ICP-CC404 Control Panel
using a portable computer. Because telephone lines
and modems are not required, programming the
control panel is easily completed in minutes.
To use the direct connect feature, connect the CC808
Direct Link Cable between the correct serial port on
your IBM or compatible computer and the auxiliary
module socket on the control panel.
To use the direct connect feature, it is not necessary
to select Option 1 in Location 180 to enable
uploading and downloading using Alarm Link. The
direct connect feature ignores this option.
8.2
Alarm Link Options
Program this parameter in Location 180.
The default value is 3.
When programming this location, there are four
options you can select. You can select any
combination of the options by programming a single
value. Calculate this value by adding the option bit
numbers together. Refer to Section 2.3 Programming
Option Bits on page 10 for more information.
The Alarm Link Options are:
1 – Enable Upload/Download Using Alarm Link
Select this option to use the CC816 Alarm Link
Software to program the control panel remotely. The
control panel does not respond to the Alarm Link
Software if this option is not selected. Refer to Section
8.0 Alarm Link Software on page 39 for more
information.
2 – Enable Alarm Link Call Back
If this option is selected and a callback telephone
number is programmed, the remote programming
computer must be connected to the telephone line
programmed in the Call Back Telephone Number in
Locations 159 to 174 (refer to Section 11.9 on
page 49).
4 – Terminate Alarm Link Connection on Alarm
If an alarm occurs when the control panel is
communicating with a remote computer using the
CC816 Alarm Link Software, the Alarm Link session
ends and the alarm message is sent to the base station
receiver.
If an alarm occurs that does not need to be sent to the
base station receiver, the session does not end. If this
option is not selected and an alarm occurs, the Alarm
Link software prompts the operator with a Terminate
or Continue message.
9.0 Domestic Dialing
The locations of the primary and secondary
telephone numbers for Receiver 1 or Receiver 2 are
used only for base station and pager reporting. When
either Receiver 1 or Receiver 2 is set up for domestic
reporting, both the primary and secondary telephone
numbers are ignored.
The domestic dialing telephone numbers are stored
separately in Locations 466 to 513. These locations
can store up to 48 digits. These 48 locations can store
one or more telephone numbers. Depending on the
length of each telephone number, these locations can
store four or more different telephone numbers for
domestic dialing.
If both Receiver 1 and Receiver 2 are set up for
domestic reporting format, you still have 48 data
locations. Both Receiver 1 and Receiver 2 use the
same domestic telephone numbers. Programming
separate domestic telephone numbers for Receiver 1
and Receiver 2 is not available for domestic dialing
format.
Refer to Section 9.2 Setting Up and Programming
Domestic Reporting for more information.
9.1
Domestic Dialing Function
When the control panel activates an alarm, it dials the
first programmed telephone number. If it detects a
busy or engaged tone, the control panel hangs up and
dials the second telephone number (if one is
programmed). The first call counts as one
unsuccessful dialing attempt. If the second telephone
number is also busy or an engaged tone is detected,
the control panel hangs up and dials the third
telephone number (if one is programmed) or attempts
the first telephone number again.
If this option is not selected, the installer can connect
to a customer’s control panel from any remote
location for upload or download operations without
the control panel calling the remote computer, and
the customer can initiate a modem call from the
codepad by holding down [6]. Refer to Section 8.0
Alarm Link Software on page 39 for more information.
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If a busy tone is not detected, the control panel
assumes that the telephone was answered and sends
its transmission. The transmission sequence consists
of an identification beep, followed by a siren tone and
a long pause. The transmission sequence is repeated
until the control panel receives an acknowledgment
tone during the pause. The control panel
automatically hangs up after 2 min. If more than one
control panel sends reports to the same telephone
number, the identification beep allows the customer
to identify the control panel that called. The
identification beep is programmed in Location 039 of
the Subscriber ID Number for Receiver 1 or
Location 079 of the Subscriber ID Number for
Receiver 2.
When set up for Domestic Dialing Format,
the control panel attempts up to six calls
per alarm event. This count includes any
unsuccessful calls. The counter is reset if
the zone is reactivated and the control
panel attempts six additional calls. The
control panel stops dialing after six
attempts or three successful calls. The
control panel also stops dialing if a valid
User Code is entered at the remote
codepad.
If both Receiver 1 and Receiver 2 are
programmed for domestic dialing, the
maximum number of calls per alarm
event is twelve.
To acknowledge domestic dialing:
If the received call is not acknowledged during any of
the transmission pauses by pressing the [*] button on
a touch-tone telephone or by using the CC911 Phone
Controller, the control panel continues to send its
transmission for 2 min. It then hangs up and dials the
next telephone number. If the call is successfully
acknowledged, the control panel hangs up and makes
no more calls for that event.
9.2
Setting Up and Programming
Domestic Reporting
Programming the control panel for domestic
reporting is extremely simple when using the
Installer’s Programming Command 965. Refer to
Section 2.4.8 Command 965 – Set Up Domestic Dialing
Format on page 13 for more information.
To set up the control panel for domestic dialing:
1. Enter the Installer Code and press [AWAY] to
enter Installer’s Programming Mode.
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Enter [9 6 5] and press [AWAY].
Two beeps sound. The control panel is now set
up for Domestic Dialing Format.
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3.
4.
Domestic Dialing
Enter [9 6 0] and press [AWAY] to exit from the
Installer’s Programming Mode.
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off. The system returns to the
disarmed state.
To program your telephone numbers, enter the
Installer Code and press [2][AWAY].
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
If there are telephone numbers already
programmed, they appear one digit at a time
using the codepad indicators.
5.
If there are no programmed telephone numbers,
an additional two beeps sound after entering this
mode. These two beeps normally sound after the
last digit of the last phone number lights.
Enter the digits for telephone number 1, one digit
at a time (refer to Table 31).
As you enter each digit, the corresponding
codepad indicator lights.
Table 31:
Domestic Dialing Digits
Digit
Required
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Number to
Program
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
6.
7.
8.
Digit
Required
8
9
10
*
#
4 sec pause
break
15
Number to
Program
8
9
refer to 0
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
After you enter all the digits of the first telephone
number, press [STAY][4] to insert a break
between the first telephone number and the
second telephone number.
Repeat Step 6 for each additional phone number.
After the last digit of the last telephone number,
press [AWAY] to exit from this mode.
Example
To program two separate telephone numbers (9672
1777 and 9672 1233), enter the following sequence:
[1 2 3 4 2][AWAY][9 6 7 2 1 7 7 7][STAY]
[4 9 6 7 2 1 2 3 3][[AWAY]
You can cancel domestic dialing at any time (for
example, you are moving house and do not want the
system to continue calling your work place or mobile
phone).
To disable domestic dialing:
Enter the Installer Code and press
[2][AWAY][STAY][4][AWAY].
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10.0 Dialer Reporting Formats
10.1
Transmission Formats
The ICP-CC404 Control Panel provides a number of
transmission formats for its dialing and
communication features. Program the transmission
format for Receiver 1 in Location 033 and the
transmission format for Receiver 2 in Location 073
(refer to Section 11.4 Transmission Format for Receiver 1
and Receiver 2 on page 47). The control panel is set at
the factory to report in the Contact ID Format.
10.1.1 Contact ID Format
Contact ID Format can identify hundreds of
protection zones by their unique codes. This format
provides a single-digit Event Qualifier and a threedigit Event Code that quickly identifies the reported
condition.
In general, Contact ID Format is very simple because
most of the Event Codes and Point ID Codes are
predefined. The base station software usually can
identify an alarmed zone by its Point ID Code and
usually pays little attention to the Event Code.
Refer to Table 33 on page 43 for more information
about the ICP-CC404 Point ID Codes.
Table 32:
Contact ID Format Breakdown
Subscriber ID
Number
SSSS
Four-digit
Subscriber ID
Number
42
Qualifier
Q
Event Qualifier, which provides
specific event information:
1 – New event or opening
3 – New restore or closing
Event Code
XYZ
Event Code
(comprised of three
hex digits)
Group Number
GG
Group Number
(comprised of two
hex digits)
Point ID Number
CCC
Point ID Number
(comprised of three
hex digits)
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Table 33:
Point ID Codes
Point ID
Zones 1 to 8
User Specific 1 to 16
Event Description
Burglary Zone
Medical Zone
Panic Zone
Hold-Up Zone
Tamper Zone
Burglary Zone
Fire
Open/Close Report
Event Code
130
100
120
122
137
133
110
401
040
031
User Specific 1 to 16
041
046
045
042
044
047
Zone Specific 1 to 8
Zone Specific 1 to 8
Zone Specific 1 to 8
00
AC MAINS Fail
Low Battery
Codepad Duress
Codepad Panic
Codepad Fire
Codepad Medical
Code Retry Limit Exceeded
Test Report
Test Report
Sensor Watch
Trouble
Bypass
AUX Power Supply Fail
301
309
121
120
110
100
421
602
602
307
380
570
300
Explanation
Burglary
24-Hour Medical
24-Hour Panic
24-Hour Hold-Up
24-Hour Tamper
24-Hour Burglary
24-Hour Fire
Opening – User #
Closing – User #
AC Power
Battery Test Failure
Duress Alarm
Panic Alarm
Fire Alarm
Medical Alarm
Access Denied
Test Report
Test Report
Sensor Self Test Failure
Sensor Trouble
Zone Bypass
System Trouble
Section
14.3.1
14.3.1
14.3.1
14.3.1
14.3.1
14.3.1
14.3.1
15.7
15.15
15.17
15.8
15.9
15.10
15.11
15.19
15.21
18.5
15.3
15.2
15.1
15.13
10.1.2 Point ID Codes
Table 33 on page 43 shows the different Point ID
Codes and Event Codes that are sent to the base
station receiver when using Contact ID Reporting
Format. All Event Codes are fixed. The control panel
always sends the same code because there are no
programming locations to change the codes.
10.1.3 4 + 2 Express Reporting Format
The 4 + 2 Express Format reports a Subscriber ID
Number followed by an Expansion Code. The
reporting Channel Number is sent directly after the
Expansion Code.
Table 34:
Example Reporting in 4 + 2 Express
Format
Subscriber ID
Number
SSSS
Expansion
Code
A
Channel
Number
CH
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4 + 2 Express Reporting Format
New Event
Alarm
Trouble
Bypass
AC Fail
Low Battery
Opening Report
Closing Report
Test Report
Program Altered
Duress
4 + 2 Report
SSSS ACH
SSSS TCH
SSSS BCH
SSSS EAC
SSSS LLB
SSSS OU
SSSS CU
SSSS TEO
SSSS P0
SSSS DD0
Event
Alarm Restore
Trouble Restore
Bypass Restore
AC Fail Restore
Low Battery
Low Battery Restore
4 + 2 Report
SSSS R CH
SSSS TR CH
SSSS BR CH
SSSS ER ACR
SSSS L LB
SSSS LBR
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Table 36:
Code
SSSS
A
CH
0
T
B
E
AC
L
LB
O
C
U
R
TR
BR
ER
ACR
LR
LBR
D
D0
P
PCH
TE
Dialer Reporting Formats
4+2 Express Transmission Code
Descriptions
Description
Subscriber ID Number
Alarm
Channel Number
Zero
Trouble
Bypass
st
AC Fail Code 1 digit
AC Fail Code 2nd digit
st
Low Battery Code 1 digit
Low Battery Code 2nd digit
Open
Close
User Number
Alarm Restore Code
Trouble Restore Code
Bypass Restore Code
st
AC Fail Restore Code 1 digit
AC Fail Restore Code 2nd digit
st
Low Battery Restore Code 1 digit
Low Battery Restore Code 2nd digit
st
Duress Code 1 digit
nd
Duress Code 2 digit
st
Panic Code 1 digit
nd
Panic Code 2 digit
Test Code
10.1.4 Basic Pager Reporting Format
Although Basic Pager Format requires some
interpretation of the numbers that appear on the
display, it can differentiate between 1000 different
control panels if a number of control panels report to
the one pager.
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To set up Receiver 1 for basic pager reporting:
1. Program the Basic Pager’s access telephone
number in Locations 000 to 015 (refer to Section
11.1 Primary Telephone Number for Receiver 1 and
Receiver 2 on page 46).
2. Program the Subscriber ID Number in Locations
034 to 039 (refer to Section 11.5 Subscriber ID
Number for Receiver 1 and Receiver 2 on page 47).
3. Select Pager Handshake (Option 5) in
Location 032 (refer to Section 11.3 Handshake Tone
for Receiver 1 and Receiver 2 on page 47).
4. Program Basic Pager Format (Option 5) in
Location 033 (refer to Section 11.4 Transmission
Format for Receiver 1 and Receiver 2 on page 47).
To set up Receiver 2 for basic pager reporting:
1. Program the Basic Pager’s access telephone
number in Locations 040 to 055 (refer to Section
11.1 Primary Telephone Number for Receiver 1 and
Receiver 2 on page 46).
2. Program the Subscriber ID Number in Locations
074 to 079 (refer to Section 11.5 Subscriber ID
Number for Receiver 1 and Receiver 2 on page 47).
3. Select Pager Handshake (Option 5) in Location
072 (refer to Section 11.3 Handshake Tone for
Receiver 1 and Receiver 2 on page 47).
4. Program Basic Pager Format (Option 5) in
Location 073 (refer to Section 11.4 Transmission
Format for Receiver 1 and Receiver 2 on page 47).
The example in Figure 6 shows:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Transmission from Subscriber ID Number 5678
Zone 2 in alarm
Zone 3 manually isolated
The system is armed
The Panic Zone is normal
The AC is connected
There is no fault condition.
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Figure 6: Basic Pager Display
1–
2–
3–
4–
Subscriber ID number
Zone status
System status
0 – Zone Normal
1– Alarm
2 – Manually Isolated
5 – 8 – Disarmed
9 – Armed
10.2
Basic Pager Display Information
6– 0–
1–
2–
3–
7– 0–
1–
8– 0–
1–
Normal
Panic/Duress
Fire Alarm
Medical Alarm
AC Normal
AC Failure
System Normal
System Fault
Table 37:
Zone Status Display Descriptions
Status
0
Zone Description
Zone normal
The zone is sealed.
Alarm
The zone is unsealed and in alarm.
Zone bypassed
A system operator manually isolated the
zone. Refer to Section 4.11 Isolating Zones
on page 21 for information about manually
isolate a zone(s) prior to arming the system
Refer to Section 15.1 Zone Status –
Bypass Reports on page 60 for more
information.
Zone trouble
A zone was left unsealed after the end of
Exit Time. Refer to Section 15.2 Zone
Status – Trouble Reports on page 60 for
more information.
Subscriber ID Number
This is the identification number of the control panel
and is programmed in Locations 034 to 039 for
Receiver 1 and Locations 074 to 079 for Receiver 2
(refer to Section 11.5 Subscriber ID Number for Receiver 1
and Receiver 2 on page 47). The pocket pager displays
only the last three digits of the Subscriber ID
Number.
1
2
Zone Status
The zone status display shows you the status of each
zone (1 to 8) of the control panel. Table 37 describes
each status number when displayed on a pocket
pager.
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Dialer Information
System Status
Example
The system status information is shown by four digits,
which are defined in Figure 6 on page 45. The first
digit indicates whether the system is armed or
disarmed. The second digit indicates whether a
codepad alarm was activated by the operator (refer to
Section 4.7 Codepad Duress Alarm on page 21 through
Section 4.10 Codepad Medical Alarm on page 21 for
more information). The third digit indicates the status
of the AC MAINS supply. The fourth digit indicates
whether a system fault occurred at the control panel
(refer Section 4.12 Fault Analysis Mode on page 22 for
more information.
To program the telephone number 9672 1055 as the
Primary Telephone Number for Receiver 1, program
the following sequence into Locations 000 to 015:
11.0 Dialer Information
[10 2 13 9 6 7 2 1 10 5 5 0 0 0 0 0].
This section outlines the programming information
required for the ICP-CC404 Control Panel when
communicating with a base station receiver. These
parameters specify the telephone numbers to call, the
transmission formats, handshake tones, and
transmission speeds.
Table 38 shows how to program the numbers, keys,
and functions for a telephone number.
The control panel can report event information from
two on-board dialers. The first dialer reports to
Receiver 1 and the second dialer reports to Receiver
2. You can program each dialer with two separate
telephone numbers, handshake tone, reporting format
type, and Subscriber ID Number.
Example
You can set up Dialer 1 to report in Domestic Dialing
Format to Receiver 1 and set up Dialer 2 to report to
a base station receiver in Contact ID Format only if
Dialer 1 is unsuccessful.
To program a telephone number:
You must program a 0 as 10. Each location in the
primary, secondary, and callback telephone numbers
stores one digit of the telephone number.
You must insert a 0 at the end of a telephone number
to indicate to the dialer the end of the telephone
number is reached. The dialing sequence ends when
a 0 appears. Refer to Table 38.
Table 38:
Digit
Required
terminator
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
46
Dialing Digits
Number to
Program
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Digit
Required
8
9
0
*
#
4 sec pause
break
Number to
Program
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
[9 6 7 2 1 10 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0]
To enter a 4-sec pause in the dialing sequence,
program a 13. A pause might be necessary when the
dialer communicates through an old (slower)
telephone exchange or when a PABX system is in
place.
Example
To program the number 02 pause 9 672 1055, enter:
11.1
Primary Telephone Number for
Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
Program the Primary Telephone Number for
Receiver 1 in Locations 000 to 015.
Program the Primary Telephone Number for
Receiver 2 in Locations 040 to 055.
The default value for both telephone numbers is
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.
When the control panel sends a report, Number this
number to contact the monitoring station or pager,
for example. If the call is successful, the information
is sent and the dialer returns to Standby Mode.
If unsuccessful, the dialer attempts two more calls
using the Primary Telephone Number for Receiver 1.
If these calls are unsuccessful, the dialer calls the
Secondary Telephone Number for Receiver 1 up to
three times. If the dialing sequence is still
unsuccessful, the control panel repeats this sequence
by dialing the Primary and Secondary Telephone
Numbers for Receiver 2 (if they are programmed).
If the first six attempts are unsuccessful and no
telephone numbers for Receiver 2 are programmed,
this procedure is repeated only once, for up to twelve
call attempts per alarm, after ten min.
If the Primary and Secondary Telephone Numbers
for Receiver 2 are also programmed, the control
panel attempts up to 24 calls per alarm.
Contact your monitoring station or pager company
for the correct telephone numbers before you
program these locations.
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When Receivers 1 or 2 is set up for
domestic reporting, telephone numbers
programmed into these locations are
ignored. Refer to Section 6.1.2
Changing Domestic Phone Numbers on
page 28 (using the Installer Code
function) or Section 6.2.3 Changing
Domestic Phone Numbers on page 33
(using the Master Code Function).
11.2
Secondary Telephone Number for
Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
4 – No Handshake
Setting these locations to No Handshake Tone is not
recommended.
5 – Pager
Pager Handshake Tone is required to communicate in
Basic Pager Format.
11.4
Transmission Format for Receiver 1
and Receiver 2
Program the Transmission Format for Receiver 1 in
Location 033.
Program the Secondary Telephone Number for
Receiver 1 in Locations 016 to 031.
Program the Transmission Format for Receiver 2 in
Location 073.
Program the Primary Telephone Number for
Receiver 2 in Locations 056 to 071.
The default value for both Transmission Formats is 1.
The default value for both telephone numbers is
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.
Refer to Section 11.1 Primary Telephone Number for
Receiver 1 and Receiver 2 on page 46 for programming
information.
When Receivers 1 or 2 are set up for
domestic reporting, telephone numbers
programmed into these locations are
ignored. Refer to Section 6.1.2
Changing Domestic Phone Numbers on
page 28 (using the Installer Code
function) or Section 6.2.3 Changing
Domestic Phone Numbers on page 33
(using the Master Code Function).
11.3
These locations select the data format used to send
reports to the base station receiver. These locations
also allow you to configure the control panel for
domestic or basic pager formats. The options are:
1 – Contact ID
2 – 4 + 2 express
3 – FSK 300 baud Bell
4 – Domestic
5 – Basic Pager
7 – Reserved
The Basic Pager option supports only
eight zones due to protocol limitations. If
you use more than eight zones, this
option is not recommended.
If you use the Zone 16, the 4+2 Express
and FSK 300 Baud formats are not
recommended because Zone 16 will be
assigned as "0" and some receivers will
not support this zone.
Handshake Tone for Receiver 1 and
Receiver 2
Program the Handshake Tone for Receiver 1 in
Location 032.
Program the Handshake Tone for Receiver 2 in
Location 072.
The default value for both Handshake Tones is 1.
These locations set the type of handshake tone
required for the receivers before data transmissions to
the monitoring station begin. The options are:
1 – HI LO Handshake
HI LO Handshake Tone is required to communicate
in Contact ID Format or High Speed DTMF.
2 – 1400 Hz
1400 Hz Handshake Tone is required to
communicate in Ademco Lo Speed Format or
Domestic Dialing Format.
3 – 2300 Hz
Reserved.
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11.5
Subscriber ID Number for Receiver
1 and Receiver 2
Program the Subscriber ID Number for Receiver 1 in
Locations 034 to 039.
Program the Subscriber ID Number for Receiver 2 in
Locations 074 to 079.
The default value for both Subscriber ID Numbers is
0 0 0 0 0 0.
The Subscriber ID Number is sent to identify the
calling control panel.
For Basic Pager Format, Locations 034 to 036 (for
Receiver 1) and Locations 074 to 076 (for Receiver 2)
are ignored and the first digit of the Subscriber ID
Number must start in Location 037 (Receiver 1) and
Location 077 (Receiver 2).
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When using Domestic Dialing Format, the number of
identification beeps is determined by the value
programmed in Location 039 (Receiver 1) and
Location 079 (Receiver 2). This value allows the
identification of up to 15 different control panels that
call the same telephone number.
Example
To program the Subscriber ID Number as 4729,
program:
0 0 4 7 2 9
11.6
Dialing Format
Program the Dialing Format in Location 080.
The default value for the Dialing Format is 1.
The Dialing Format determines the method for
dialing telephone numbers. The options are:
1 – Australian DTMF (5 digits/sec)
2 – Australian decadic
3 – Alternate DTMF and Australian decadic
4 – International DTMF (touch tone)
5 – Reversed decadic (10 minus 1)
6 – Alternate DTMF and reversed decadic
Options 3 and 6 alternate the dialing sequence
between DTMF and decadic if the call to the base
station receiver is unsuccessful. Use caution when
selecting the dialing method.
Select the Australian method only if the control panel
is connected to the Australian Telecommunications
Network. Select the International DTMF dialing
option only in countries that allow both the caller and
the receiver to terminate a phone call. Using the
incorrect format can disable the control panel’s
patented Telephone Anti-Jamming feature.
The alternating sequence is: DTMF –
decadic – DTMF – decadic – DTMF –
decadic.
11.7
Telco Arming Sequence
Table 39:
Telco Arm or Disarm Dialing Digits
Digit
Required
terminator
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Number to
Program
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Digit
Required
8
9
0
*
#
4 sec pause
break
Number to
Program
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
When the Telco Arming Sequence is activated after
arming the system in AWAY Mode, the control panel
redirects all calls to your mobile phone, pocket pager,
or answering service.
Contact your telecommunications provider for more
information on Call Forward operations.
To turn call forward (immediate) on, enter:
[* 2 1][forwarding telephone number][#]
Example
To immediately forward all incoming calls to the
telephone number 96721055 after arming the system
in AWAY Mode, program:
[11 2 1 9 6 7 2 1 10 5 5 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0]
To turn call forward (no answer) on, enter:
[* 6 1][forwarding telephone number][#]
Example
To forward all incoming calls, when there is no
answer, to the telephone number 96721055 after
arming the system in AWAY Mode, program:
[11 6 1 9 6 7 2 1 10 5 5 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0]
11.8
Telco Disarming Sequence
Program the Telco Disarming Sequence in
Program the Telco Arming Sequence in Locations 113
Locations 143 to 158.
to 142.
The default value for the Telco Disarming Sequence
The default value for the Telco Arming Sequence is
is 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.
This parameter allows you to deactivate call diversion
These locations allow you to activate call diversion
automatically on your telephone when you disarm the
automatically on your telephone when you arm the
system from AWAY Mode. Refer to Table 39.
system in AWAY Mode. Refer to Table 39.
To turn call forward (immediate) off, enter:
[# 2 1 #]
Example
To disable call forward (immediate) after disarming
the system from AWAY Mode, program:
[12 2 1 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0]
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To turn call forward (no answer) off, enter:
[# 6 1 #]
Example
To disable call forward (no answer) after disarming
the system from AWAY Mode, program:
12 6 1 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
11.9
Call Back Telephone Number
Program the Call Back Telephone Number in
Locations 159 to 174.
The default value for the Call Back Telephone
Number is 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.
This parameter stores the telephone number to call
when Upload/Download is requested or the user
holds down [6] to initiate a modem call from the
control panel to establish a communications link with
the remote computer. The computer must be running
the CC816 Alarm Link Software and must be set to
Waiting for an Incoming Call.
The Call Back Telephone Number is also required if
Remote Connect with Callback Verification is
required (refer to Section 8.1.3 on page 39).
Refer to Section 8.0 Alarm Link Software on page 39 for
more information.
11.10 Ring Count
Programming the Ring Count to 15 enables
Answering Machine Bypass in the primary mode.
When calling the control panel, allow the telephone
to ring no more than four rings then hang up. If you
call again within 45 sec, the control panel answers the
call on the first ring and the connection is established.
This prevents the answering machine or facsimile
machine from answering the call. To enable
Answering Machine Bypass only when the system is
armed, select Option 2 in Location 177 (refer to
Section 12.1 Dialer Options 1 on page 50).
Program the Ring Count to 14 to enable Answering
Machine Bypass in the secondary mode. In this case,
call the control panel and allow the phone to ring no
more than two rings and hang up. Wait at least 8 sec
and call the control panel again. The control panel
answers on the first ring. If you do not wait the 8 sec,
the control panel does not answer the call. To enable
Answering Machine Bypass only when the system is
armed, select Option 2 in Location 177 (refer to
Section 12.1 Dialer Options 1 on page 50).
Set the Ring Count for the answering or
facsimile machine to a value greater than
two rings. Four to six rings is preferred.
Program a 0 into this location to disable
the control panel from answering an
incoming call.
Program the Ring Count in Location 175.
The default value for the Ring Count is 8.
11.11 Telephone Line Fault Options
Programming this location to a value from 1 to 13
sets that number of rings before the control panel
answers an incoming call. Set this count to an
acceptable level, noting that one ring is “Ring, Ring –
Ring, Ring” and that a Ring Count of 10 represents
approximately 60 sec. This location has an effect only
if Remote Arming, Remote Upload/Download using
Alarm Link, or both are enabled.
Program the selected Telephone Line Fault Options
in Location 176.
Programming this location to 0 prevents the control
panel from answering incoming calls regardless of
any other programmed options.
Answering Machine Bypass
Answering Machine Bypass allows connecting with
the control panel for Remote Arming or
Upload/Download when an answering machine or
facsimile machine is on the same telephone line.
There are two different Answering Machine Bypass
methods. Program a 14 to use the secondary method
only when there is a large amount of traffic on the
line (at a home office, for example). This method
reduces the chance of the control panel incorrectly
answering an incoming call.
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The default value is 0.
This location has three options. You can select any
combination of these options by programming a
single value. Calculate this value by adding the option
bit numbers together. Refer to Section 2.3 Programming
Option Bits on page 10 for more information.
The control panel monitors the telephone line. If the
telephone line is cut or disconnected for longer than
40 sec, the control panel lights the FAULT indicator
on the codepad. The FAULT indicator is
extinguished after the telephone line is restored for
longer than 40 sec.
Option 2 and 4 do not operate unless you
also enable Option 1.
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Dialer Options
The options are:
2 – Remote Arming by Telephone Allowed
1 – Display FAULT Indicator When the Telephone
Line Fails
If you select this option, you can remotely arm the
system using a standard telephone with the CC911
Phone Controller or by pressing [*] on your touchtone telephone. Refer to Section 7.0 Remote Arming by
Telephone on page 38 for more information. Forced
arming is automatically assumed when this feature is
used. Refer to Section 14.3.6 Zone Options 2 on page 58
for more information on forced arming.
When this options is selected, the FAULT indicator
flashes and the codepad buzzer beeps once per
minute if the control panel detects that the telephone
line is disconnected. Refer to Section 4.13 Fault
Descriptions on page 22 for more information.
2 – Sound Alarm When System Is Armed
To use Option 2, you must also select Option 1. If the
control panel detects that the telephone line is
disconnected when the system is armed, the horn
speaker, bell, and strobe outputs are activated.
Remote arming by telephone is not affected by
whether remote functions are enabled or disabled.
Refer to Section 11.10 Ring Count on page 49 for
programming the number of rings before the control
panel answers an incoming call.
4 – Sound Alarm when System Is Disarmed
4 – Answering Machine Bypass Only When Armed
You must also select Option 1 to use this option. If
the control panel detects that the telephone line is
disconnected when the system is disarmed, the horn
speaker, bell, and strobe outputs are activated.
Select this option to enable the Answering Machine
Bypass feature when the system is armed. When the
system is disarmed, the control panel does not answer
any incoming calls. This option is useful in high
telephone traffic installations where the control panel
could answer an incoming call. Refer to Section 11.10
Ring Count on page 49 to program Answering
Machine Bypass.
If you program 7 in this location, the horn
speaker, bell, strobe, and EDMSAT
outputs are all activated when the system
is armed or disarmed.
8 – Reserved
12.0 Dialer Options
When programming these locations, there are up to
four options per location. You can select any
combination of the options by programming a single
value. Calculate this value by adding the option bit
numbers together. Refer to Section 2.3 Programming
Option Bits on page 10 for more information.
12.1
Dialer Options 1
8 – Use Bell 103 for FSK Format (Disabled = CCITT
V21)
If this option is selected, the control panel uses the
BELL 103 transmission frequency at 300 baud. If this
option is not selected, the control panel uses the
CCITT V21 transmission frequency at 300 baud.
12.2
Dialer Options 2
Program the selected Dialer Options 2 in Location
178.
The default value is 0.
Program the selected Dialer Options 1 in Location
177.
The options are:
The default value is 9.
When selected, an Opening Report is sent to the base
station receiver when the system is disarmed after an
alarm occurred. When the system is armed, a Closing
Report is sent. An Opening or Closing Report is not
sent again until the system registers another alarm.
The options are:
1 – Dialer Reporting Functions Allowed
If you select this option, the dialer operates for all
functions.
If you do not select this option, the communication
dialer does not operate.
Upload/Download using the CC816 Alarm Link
Software and telephone remote arming remain
operational regardless of this setting.
1 – Open/Close Reports Only if Previous Alarm
Open/Close Reports must be enabled in Locations
333 and 334 (refer to Section 15.6 Open/Close Reports on
page 61) for this option to work.
If the system is disarmed when an alarm
occurs, only a Closing Report is sent the
next time the system is armed.
2 – Open/Close Reports for STAY Mode 1 and
STAY Mode 2
Select this option if Open and Close Reports are
required when the system is armed in STAY Mode 1
or STAY Mode 2.
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Open/Close Reports must be enabled in Locations
333 and 334 (refer to Section 15.6 Open/Close Reports on
page 61) for this option to work.
4 – Delay Siren until Transmission Complete
If this option is selected, the EDMSAT, horn speaker,
bell, and strobe outputs are not activated until after
the control panel sends the message and the base
station receiver sends a kiss-off back to the control
panel. If multiple messages are sent, the sirens are
activated after the last kiss-off is sent.
If a Codepad Panic, Codepad Fire, or Codepad
Medical Alarm is activated, the EDMSAT, horn
speaker, bell, and strobe outputs operate immediately.
8 – Extend Time to Wait for Handshake from 30 to
60 Sec
By default, the control panel waits approximately 30
sec for receipt of a valid handshake tone after it dials
the monitoring station. The handshake tone indicates
to the control panel that it reached the monitoring
station and can now send its messages. Selecting this
option extends this wait time from 30 sec to 60 sec.
12.3
Dialer Options 3
13.1
Installer Code
Program the Installer Code in Locations 181 to 184.
The default Installer Code is 1 2 3 4.
Use this code to access Installer’s Programming
Mode. The Installer Code can be up to four digits
long. After power is applied to the control panel, the
Installer Code can disarm the system if it is the first
code used. The next time the Installer Code is used
enables access to Installer’s Programming Mode.
Installer Code functions allow the installer to execute
functions when the system is disarmed without the
customer’s Master Code. Refer to Section 6.1 Installer
Code Functions on page 27 for more information.
Refer to Section 2.1 Programming with the Remote
Codepad on page 9 for more information on
programming the system.
13.2
User Codes
The purpose of User Codes is to arm and disarm the
system and to perform other specific functions. A
Master Code holder can change or delete User Codes.
Program User Codes 1 to 8 in Locations 185 to 224.
Program the selected Dialer Options 3 in
Location 179.
Program Remote Radio User Codes 9 to 16 in
Locations 225 to 264.
The default is 0. The options are:
The default User Codes are listed in Table 40.
1 – Set DTMF Dialing Pulses to 1 Digit/Sec
If this option is not selected, the Australian DTMF
dialing format dials at 5 digits per sec (that is, 100 ms
tone, 100 ms pause, 100 ms tone, 100 ms pause).
If this option is selected, the Australian DTMF dialing
format dials at the rate of 1 digit per sec (that is, 500
ms tone, 500 ms pause).
2 – Reserved
4 – Change Decadic Dialing to 60/40
Some countries have different requirements for
decadic dialing. Selecting this option changes the
dialing characteristics from 65/35 (Australian
Standard) to 60/40. Select this option only when the
control panel is used in a country that requires
decadic dialing as 60/40. This option has no effect
when using DTMF tone dialing.
8 – Reserved
12.4
Alarm Link Options
For more information about this location, refer to
Section 8.2 Alarm Link Options on page 40.
Table 40:
Default User Codes
User Number
User #01
User #02
User #03
User #04
User #05
User #06
User #07
User #08
RF User #09
RF User #10
RF User #11
RF User #12
RF User #13
RF User #14
RF User #15
RF User #16
Locations
185 to 189
190 to 194
195 to 199
200 to 204
205 to 209
210 to 214
215 to 219
220 to 224
225 to 229
230 to 234
235 to 239
240 to 244
245 to 249
250 to 254
255 to 259
260 to 264
Code
2 5
15 15
15 15
15 15
15 15
15 15
15 15
0 15
15 15
15 15
15 15
15 15
15 15
15 15
15 15
15 15
8
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
0
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
Priority
10
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
13.0 Access Code
This section describes the access codes that assign
privileges and access functions for User Code holders
of the system. There are two types of access codes,
the Installer Code and User Codes. Each code allows
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Access Code
User Codes are four digits long. The fifth position
specifies the priority level for the code. Each User
Code has its own priority level. More than one User
Code can have the same priority level. The priority
level controls the behaviour of the code, such as
allowing it to arm only, to arm and disarm, or allow
access to the Master Code functions (refer to
Section 13.3 User Code Priority on page 52). The
installer can assign access to Master Code functions to
multiple User Codes.
Only the installer can change the priority
level.
The ICP-CC404 Control Panel can have up to eight
programmable User Codes (1 to 8) to operate the
system. Refer to Section 4.0 System Operations on
page 18 for information about the different methods
to arm and disarm the system.
Although 16 User Codes are available, User Codes 9
through 16 can only be Remote Radio User Codes.
User Codes 9 to 16 allow systems that require remote
radio control by hand-held remote transmitters. Refer
to Section 5.0 Remote Radio Transmitter Operations on
page 24 for information on remote operations and
adding and deleting Remote Radio User Codes.
User Code 16 is reported when any of these methods
is used to arm or disarm the system:
• Arming and disarming using remote radio control
equipment connected to the RE005E 2-Channel
Radio Interface.
• Arming and disarming using the CC816 Alarm
Link Software.
• Arming remotely by telephone.
• Single button arming in AWAY Mode, STAY
Mode 1, or STAY Mode 2.
• Single button disarming from STAY Mode 1 or
STAY Mode 2.
• Automatic arming in AWAY Mode or STAY
Mode 1.
• Automatic disarming from AWAY Mode, STAY
Mode 1, or STAY Mode 2
13.3
User Code Priority
The installer can assign one of ten different priority
levels to a User Code. Each priority level allows or
restricts a user from performing specific functions.
Table 41:
Level
0
1
2
3
4
6
8
10
12
14
Priority Levels
Description
Arm or disarm
Arm only
Arm or disarm and Open or Close Reports
Arm only and Close Report
Arm or disarm and code to isolate
Arm or disarm, code to isolate, and Open or
Close Reports
Arm or disarm and Master Code functions
Arm or disarm, Master Code functions, and
Open or Close Reports
Arm or disarm, Master Code functions, and code
to isolate
Arm or disarm, Master Code functions, code to
isolate, and Open or Close Reports
Arm/Disarm
The user can arm and disarm the system. A Closing
Report is sent only after a previous code that can
send an Opening Report disarms the system.
Arm Only
The user can arm the system but cannot disarm the
system. A Closing Report is sent only after a previous
code that can send an Opening Report disarms the
system.
Open/Close Reports
Open and Close reports are sent to the monitoring
station when the user disarms and arms the system,
but only if Open/Close Reports is enabled in
Locations 333 and 334 (refer to Section 15.6 Open/Close
Reports on page 61).
Code To Isolate
If one or more User Codes has this option included,
the method of standard isolating is disabled and only
a User Code with this option in its priority level can
isolate zones before arming the system using the
Code to Isolate method. Refer to Section 4.11 Isolating
Zones on page 21 for more information.
When priority level 4, 6, 12, or 14 is
assigned to any User Codes, the
Standard Isolating method no longer
operates. Only User Codes with a
priority level of 4, 6, 12, or 14 can isolate
zones using the Code to Isolate method.
Master Code Functions
The user has access to all Master Code functions.
Refer to Section 6.2 Master Code Functions on page 31
for more information.
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14.0 Zone Information
14.1
Day Alarm Information
Program the desired Day Alarm Zones in
Location 265.
The default value is 0.
The options are:
1 – Zone 1
2 – Zone 2
3 – Zone 3
4 – Zone 4
You can select any combination of the options by
programming a single value. Calculate this value by
adding the option bit numbers together. Refer to
Section 2.3 Programming Option Bits on page 10 for
more information.
Day Alarm allows some zones to be monitored when
the system is disarmed. Visual or audible indications
are available at any of the programmable outputs,
including the codepad buzzer. This function
accommodates latching and non-latching Day Alarm
Output Event Types.
When the system is armed in AWAY Mode, STAY
Mode 1, or STAY Mode 2, zones programmed as
Day Alarm Zones activate the sirens and dialer just as
non-Day Alarm Zones do. When Day Alarm is
activated, it ignores any zone Pulse Count settings
programmed for that zone (that is, the zone Pulse
Count is only relevant when the system is armed).
Example
You can set up a Day Alarm at the front door of a
shop with a pressure mat or electronic beam that is
activated when a customer enters the shop. When a
customer walks on the pressure mat or breaks the
electronic beam, the codepad buzzer beeps.
14.1.1 Day Alarm Resetting
An output programmed for Day Alarm Resetting
operates when a zone programmed for Day Alarm is
activated. The output is reset after the zone is
resealed. This occurs only when the system is
disarmed. Refer to Output Event Type 0,14 Day Alarm
Resetting on page 66 for more information.
14.1.2 Day Alarm Latching
An output programmed for Day Alarm Latching
operates when a zone programmed for Day Alarm is
activated. The zone indicator and the latching output
is reset when [AWAY] is pressed. This occurs only
when the system is disarmed. Refer to Output Event
Type 0,15 Day Alarm Latching on page 66 for more
information.
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14.1.3 Day Alarm Operation
If a zone is programmed for Day Alarm, the zone can
be isolated in the normal way so that it does not
register as a Day Alarm Zone when the system is
disarmed. You can only use Zones 1 to 4 as Day
Alarm Zones.
You can program the STAY indicator to indicate
whether Day Alarm is turned on or off by selecting
Option 8 in Location 428 (refer to Section 18.5
Consumer Options 1 on page 75). When Day Alarm is
on, the STAY indicator flashes once every three sec.
Zones 5 to 8 can be monitored by programming an
output to mimic a zone. Refer to Section 16.2 Output
Event Types on page 65 for more information on the
Output Event Types that you can program.
To turn Day Alarm on:
Press and hold [4] until three beeps sound.
To turn Day Alarm off:
Press and hold [4] until two beeps sound.
14.2
EOL Resistor Value
Program the EOL Resistor Value in Location 266.
The default value is 15.
Table 42:
Option
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
EOL Resistor Options
Resistor Value
No EOL
1 kΩ (brown, black, red)
1.5 kΩ (brown, green, red)
2.2 kΩ (red, red, red)
3.3 kΩ (orange, orange, black, brown) 1%
3.9 kΩ (orange, white, red)
4.7 kΩ (yellow, violet, red)
5.6 kΩ (green, blue, red)
6.8 kΩ (blue, grey, black, brown) 1%
10 kΩ (brown, black, orange)
12 kΩ (brown, red, orange)
22 kΩ (red, red, orange)
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Split EOL 1% resistors
You can program the control panel for different EOL
(end-of-line) resistor values (refer to Table 42). This is
a global parameter that affects all zones
simultaneously. This feature allows you to install the
ICP-CC404 Control Panel at an existing site without
changing the EOL resistors. This feature also
increases the security of the system because eleven
possible EOL resistor values can be used, which
makes it extremely difficult to tamper with the
system.
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Zone Information
If you select split EOL resistors, the control panel
looks for four Burglary Zones (1 to 4) with 3.3 kΩ
EOL resistors and four 24-Hour Zones (5 to 8)
consisting of 6.8 kΩ resistors connected in parallel.
The Zone 1 terminal on the PCB is the terminal for
Zones 1 and 5.
Figure 8: Split EOL Resistors Using
NO Contacts
Use caution when using split EOL
resistors to create four Burglary Zones
and four 24-Hour Zones. This
configuration is only suitable for normallyclosed (NC) contacts. If normally-open
(NO) contacts are used, as is the case
with most smoke detectors, a short circuit
on one zone activates both zones
connected in parallel.
If you require NO contacts when using
split EOL resistors, refer to Figure 8 for
information on how to connect NO
contacts.
Figure 7:
Split EOL Resistors Using
NC Contacts
1
9
2
5
10
6
3
4
1 – Zone 1
2 – Zone 2
3 – Zone 3
4 – Zone 4
5 – Zone 5
10
14.3
9
9
7
8
9
10
6 – Zone 6
7 – Zone 7
8 – Zone 8
9 – 3.3 kΩ
10 – 6.8 kΩ
10
Zone Programming
The programming information for each zone is stored
in seven locations divided into three groups. The first
three locations determine how the zone operates, the
next two locations set up a number of zone options,
and the last two locations store the dialer reporting
information for the zone.
Zone Operating Information
These locations store the Zone Type (for example,
Delay-1, Instant, or 24-Hour), the Zone Pulse Count,
and the Zone Pulse Count Time. The Zone Pulse
Count specifies the number of times the zone must
activate within the time specified in the Zone Pulse
Count Time. Refer to Sections 14.3.1 Zone Types, 14.3.2
Zone Pulse Count on page 56, and 14.3.3 Zone Pulse
Count Time on page 56 for more information.
Zone Options
These two locations allow you to select from a
number of options. Refer to Sections 14.3.4 Zone
Options 1 on page 57 and 14.3.6 Zone Options 2 on
page 58 for more information.
Zone Reporting Information
This information includes the locations for the Zone
Report Code and the Zone Dialer Options.
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The Zone Report Code determines whether the
control panel sends Alarm Reports for the zone.
Refer to Section 14.3.7 Zone Report Code on page 59
for more information.
Zone Defaults
The Zone Dialer Options location enables you to
specify how a zone sends a report to a base station
receiver. Refer to Section 14.3.8 Zone Dialer Options on
page 59 for more information.
Table 43:
Zone
Number
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4
Zone 5
Zone 6
Zone 7
Zone 8
The default zone parameters for the ICP-CC404
Control Panel are listed in Table 43. You can program
Zones 1 to 4 as any Zone Type, but you can only
program Zones 5 to 8 as a 24-Hour Zone Type.
Zone Programming Defaults
Default
Type
Delay 1
Handover
Handover
Instant
Fixed 24-hr burglary
Fixed 24-hr burglary
Fixed 24-hr fire
Fixed 24-hr tamper
Locations
267 to 273
274 to 280
281 to 287
288 to 294
295 to 301
302 to 308
309 to 315
316 to 322
Zone
Type
2
1
1
0
12
12
13
9
Pulse
Count
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Pulse
Time
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Zone
Options 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Zone
Options 2
14
14
14
14
12
12
12
12
Report
Code
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Dialer
Options
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
14.3.1 Zone Types
3 – Delay-2 Zone
0 – Instant Zone
A Delay-2 Zone (Contact ID Event Code 130) has a
delay time determined by the value in Locations 400
and 401 (refer to Section 17.3 Entry Timer 2 on
page 71). After Entry Time expires, the system
activates an alarm.
An Instant Zone (Contact ID Event Code 130)
immediately sounds the sirens and operates the dialer
when it is unsealed after the Exit Timer expires.
If an Instant Zone is not restored when the system is
disarmed, a Zone Restore Report is automatically sent
to the receiving party.
1 – Handover Zone
A Handover Zone (Contact ID Event Code 130) acts
as an Instant Zone if it is activated by itself. If a
Handover Zone is activated after a Delay Zone, the
remaining Delay Time is handed over from the Delay
Zone to the Handover Zone.
Handover can be sequential or non-sequential. The
default settings is sequential handover. You can
disable sequential handover by disabling Option 8 in
Location 426 (refer to Section 18.3 System Options 3 on
page 74).
If a Handover Zone is not restored when the system
is disarmed, a Zone Restore Report is automatically
sent to the receiving party.
2 – Delay-1 Zone
A Delay-1 Zone (Contact ID Event Code 130) has a
delay time determined by the value in Locations 398
and 399 (refer to Section 17.2 Entry Timer 1 on
page 70). After Entry Time expires, the system
activates an alarm.
If a Delay-2 Zone is not restored when the system is
disarmed, a Zone Restore Report is sent to the
receiving party.
4 – Reserved
5 – Reserved
6 – 24-Hour Medical Zone
A 24-Hour Medical Zone (Contact ID Event Code
100) is always ready to activate the dialer, horn
speaker, bell, and strobe, regardless of whether the
system is armed or disarmed. A Medical Report is
sent to the base station receiver. A 24-Hour Medical
Zone does not send a Restore Report until the zone is
restored.
7 – 24-Hour Panic Zone
A 24-Hour Panic Zone (Contact ID Event Code 120)
is always ready to activate the dialer, horn speaker,
bell, and strobe, regardless of whether the system is
armed or disarmed. A Panic Report is sent to the base
station receiver. A 24-Hour Panic Zone does not send
a Restore Report until the zone is restored.
If a Delay-1 Zone is not restored when the system is
disarmed, a Zone Restore Report is sent to the
receiving party.
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8 – 24-Hour Holdup Zone
15 –Zone Not Used
A 24-Hour Holdup Zone (Contact ID Event Code
122) is always ready to activate the dialer, horn
speaker, bell, and strobe, regardless of whether the
system is armed or disarmed. If you want the holdup
alarm to be silent, select Option 4 in the first Zone
Options location (refer to Section 14.3.4 Zone Options 1
on page 57). A 24-Hour Holdup Zone does not send
a Restore Report until the zone is restored.
If a zone is not used, program the zone type location
as 15. An EOL resistor is not required if this zone
type is used. This zone type never sounds the sirens
or activates the dialer.
9 – 24-Hour Tamper Zone
A 24-Hour Tamper Zone (Contact ID Event Code
137) is always ready to activate the dialer, horn
speaker, bell, and strobe, regardless of whether the
system is armed or disarmed. A 24-Hour Tamper
zone does not send a Restore Report until the zone is
restored.
14.3.2 Zone Pulse Count
Zone pulse count is the number of times a zone must
be activated before the zone registers an alarm. The
number can vary from 0 to 15. The zone pulse count
value is relative to the time frame (that is, the number
of pulses that must be present during a particular time
frame). Refer to Section 14.3.3 Zone Pulse Count Time
on page 56 for time frame settings.
A zone programmed with a pulse count
activates an alarm when it is
continuously unsealed for 10 sec. A 24Hour Fire Zone programmed with a
pulse count activates an alarm when it is
continuously unsealed for 30 sec.
11 – Keyswitch Zone
A Keyswitch Zone is used to connect a keyswitch to
operate the system. Refer to Section 14.3.5 Keyswitch
Zone Options on page 57 for information on
programming this zone type. User Code 16 is
reported when arming and disarming using this
method of operation. Programming the priority level
of User Code 16 also affects the operation of the
Keyswitch Zone. Refer to Section 13.3 User Code
Priority on page 52 for more information.
12 – 24-Hour Burglary Zone
A 24-Hour Burglary Zone (Contact ID Event Code
133) is always ready to activate the dialer, horn
speaker, bell, and strobe, regardless of whether the
system is armed or disarmed. A 24-Hour Burglary
zone does not send a Restore Report until the zone is
restored.
Zone Pulse Count Handover
Zone pulse count handover operates only with Zone
Pulse Count Time options 8 to 15. Refer to Section
14.3.3 Zone Pulse Count Time on page 56 for more
information.
Any zone that registers one trigger pulse
automatically increments any other zone pulse count
that already registered at least one trigger pulse
during its respective time. To enable this feature,
select Option 4 in Location 426 (refer to Section 18.3
System Options 3 on page 74).
24-Hour Zones can receive all handover
pulses from other zones. 24-Hour Zones
cannot hand over pulses to other zones.
13 – 24-Hour Fire Zone
A 24-Hour Fire Zone (Contact ID Event Code 110) is
always ready to activate the dialer, horn speaker, bell,
and strobe, regardless of whether the system is armed
or disarmed. A distinct fire sound is emitted through
the horn speaker to indicate this type of alarm. This
fire sound is completely different than the burglary
sound. A 24-Hour Fire zone does not send a Restore
Report until the zone is restored.
14 – Chime Zone
A Chime Zone is not a burglary zone. It can never
sound the sirens or activate the dialer. Its purpose is
to map the zone to a programmable output to
indicate if the zone is sealed or unsealed. Refer to
Output Event Type 4,5 Global Chime on page 68.
Chime zones require EOL resistors and they are
registered at a remote codepad. These zones do not
affect the operation of forced arming.
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14.3.3 Zone Pulse Count Time
Zone pulse count time is the time frame or period
over which the programmed number of pulses must
register to activate an alarm.
Table 44:
Zone Pulse Count Times
20 ms Loop Response
Option Time (sec)
150 ms Loop Response
Option Time (sec)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0.5
1
2
3
4
5
10
15
20
30
40
50
60
90
120
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For zone pulse count time, Options 0 to 7 have a
zone loop response time of 20 ms and Options 8 to
15 have a zone loop response time of 150 ms. Loop
response time is the length of time a zone must be
unsealed before it can register as a valid pulse.
Inertia sensors should use Options 0 to 7 and PIR
detectors should use Options 8 to 15.
24-Hour Zones can receive any
handover pulses from other zones. 24Hour Zones cannot hand over pulses to
other zones.
14.3.4 Zone Options 1
This location has four programming options. You can
select any combination of the options by
programming a single value. Calculate this value by
adding the option bit numbers together. Refer to
Section 2.3 Programming Option Bits on page 10 for
more information.
1 – Lockout Siren and Lockout Dialer
Lockout refers to one activation per arming cycle
(that is, a zone programmed for Lockout can activate
the sirens or dialer only once).
The next time the system is armed, the zone can
activate the sirens and dialer once more. Restore
signals are sent when the system is disarmed.
The ICP-CC404 Control Panel performs lockout
differently than other control panels because only the
first zone to activate an alarm is locked out. All other
zones that are activated during the same Siren Run
Time reset when the sirens reset. This prevents an
intruder from activating all zones and waiting for the
sirens to stop before re-entering the premises.
Example
All zones are programmed for both lockout siren and
dialer. Zone 1 is activated, followed by all other
zones, which activates the sirens and causes the dialer
to send a report to the base station receiver. Zone 1 is
the only zone that stops sending reports to the base
station receiver because the first activated zone is
locked out. The remaining zones continue to send
reports if they are activated again.
Use Location 323 to set the number of times the siren
is allowed to activate before it is locked out (refer to
Section 14.4 Swinger Shutdown Count for Siren on
page 59). Use Location 324 to set the number of
times the dialer is activated before lockout takes effect
(refer to Section 14.5 Swinger Shutdown Count for Dialer
on page 59).
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2 – Delay Alarm Reporting
Select this option to allow sending alarm reports on
selected zones to be delayed so a user can enter a
code to cancel alarms that are not yet required to
send a report. All sounding devices (horn speaker,
strobe, and bell outputs) operate as soon as the alarm
occurs, but the dialer does not operate until the delay
time programmed in Locations 406 and 407 expires
(refer to Section 17.6 Delay Alarm Reporting Time on
page 71).
4 – Silent Alarm
Select this option to program a zone as silent. A silent
zone does not activate the horn speaker, bell, strobe,
or EDMSAT outputs. The dialer and all other
programmable outputs function according to the
parameters programmed for the zone.
8 – Sensor Watch
Sensor watch allows the control panel to recognize
when detection devices might have stopped working.
This feature monitors the operation of a zone over the
time period programmed in Locations 408 and 409
(refer to Section 17.7 Sensor Watch Time on page 71).
This value specifies how many 24-hour periods a
zone can remain continuously sealed before it
registers as a Sensor Watch fault. The number of
hours required to fulfill these 24-hour periods is
calculated only when the system is disarmed. Every
time the system is armed in the AWAY Mode, STAY
Mode 1, or STAY Mode 2, the Sensor Watch Timer
pauses its count. The Sensor Watch Timer continues
its count the next time the system is disarmed.
Example
If the Sensor Watch Time is programmed for 2 days
and the premises is armed for 12 hours and disarmed
for 12 hours each day, it takes 4 days before a zone
can register a Sensor Watch fault.
14.3.5 Keyswitch Zone Options
This section lists the options avialable to Keyswitch
Zones. If you program a zone as a keyswitch input
(Zone Type 11), program the selected Keyswitch
Zone options in the location normally used for Zone
Options 1. Keyswitch Zones report as User Code 16.
0 – Latching Arm and Disarm in AWAY Mode
The system is armed or disarmed from AWAY Mode
when using the latching keyswitch input.
1 – Latching Arm in AWAY Mode
The system is armed in AWAY Mode when using the
latching keyswitch input. Disarming the system is not
permitted from the Keyswitch Zone.
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2 – Latching Disarm from AWAY Mode, STAY Mode
1, or STAY Mode 2
14 – Momentary Disarm from STAY Mode 1 or
STAY Mode 2
The system is disarmed from AWAY Mode, STAY
Mode 1, or STAY Mode 2 when using the latching
keyswitch input. Arming the system is not permitted
from the Keyswitch Zone.
The system is disarmed from STAY Mode 1 or STAY
Mode 2 when using the momentary keyswitch input.
Arming the system in STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode
2, or arming and disarming the system from AWAY
Mode is not permitted from the Keyswitch Zone.
4 – Latching Arm and Disarm in STAY Mode 1
The system is armed or disarmed in STAY Mode 1
when using the latching keyswitch input. Arming and
disarming the system in AWAY Mode is not
permitted from the Keyswitch Zone.
Figure 9: Wiring Diagram for Keyswitch Zone
5 – Latching Arm in STAY Mode 1
The system is armed in STAY Mode 1 when using
the latching keyswitch input. Arming the system in
AWAY Mode or disarming the system is not
permitted from the Keyswitch Zone.
6 – Latching Disarm from STAY Mode 1 or STAY
Mode 2
The system is disarmed from STAY Mode 1 or STAY
Mode 2 when using the latching keyswitch input.
Arming the system in STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode
2, or arming and disarming the system in AWAY
Mode is permitted from the Keyswitch Zone.
8 – Momentary Arm and Disarm in AWAY Mode
The system is armed or disarmed from AWAY Mode
when using the momentary keyswitch input.
9 – Momentary Arm in AWAY Mode
The system is armed in AWAY Mode when using the
momentary keyswitch input. Disarming the system is
not permitted from the Keyswitch Zone.
10 – Momentary Disarm from AWAY Mode, STAY
Mode 1, or STAY Mode 2
The system is disarmed from either AWAY Mode,
STAY Mode 1, or STAY Mode 2 when using the
momentary keyswitch input. Arming the system is not
permitted from the Keyswitch Zone.
12 – Momentary Arm and Disarm in STAY Mode 1
The system is armed or disarmed in STAY Mode 1
when using the momentary keyswitch input. Arming
and disarming the system in AWAY Mode is not
permitted from the Keyswitch Zone.
13 – Momentary Arm in STAY Mode 1
The system is armed in STAY Mode 1 when using
the momentary keyswitch input. Arming the system
in AWAY Mode or disarming the system is not
permitted from the Keyswitch Zone.
1
2
1 – EOL
2 – Keyswitch (Momentary/Toggle)
14.3.6 Zone Options 2
This location has four programming options. You can
select any combination of the options by
programming a single value. Calculate this value by
adding the option bit numbers together. Refer to
Section 2.3 Programming Option Bits on page 10 for
more information.
1 – Isolate in STAY Mode 1
If this option is selected, the zone can be
automatically isolated when the system is armed in
STAY Mode 1.
If this option is not selected and the system is armed
in STAY Mode 1, the zone activates an alarm when
activated as it normally would in AWAY Mode.
You can specify a global entry time for all zones,
except for 24-Hour Zones, when the system is armed
in STAY Mode 1. You program this time in
Locations 404 and 405 (refer to Section 17.5 Entry
Guard Timer for STAY Mode on page 71). The Entry
Guard Timer overrides the delay time programmed
for a Delay Zone. If you program the Entry Guard
Timer as 0, each zone acts according to its
programmed zone type.
Refer to Section 4.3 Arming the System in STAY Mode 1
on page 19 for more information.
2 – Zone Isolation Allowed
If this option is selected, the operator can isolate the
zone before arming the system. If this option is not
selected, the zone cannot be manually isolated. When
a zone is manually isolated, a Zone Bypass Report
(Contact ID Event Code 570) is sent. Refer to Section
4.11 Isolating Zones on page 21 for more information.
When isolating 24-Hour Zones, the system
automatically sends a Zone Bypass Report when the
zone is selected to be isolated. All non-24-Hour zones
send a Bypass Report only when the system is armed.
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If you do not want the system to send Zone Bypass
Reports, program Locations 325 and 326 to 0 (refer to
Section 15.1 Zone Status – Bypass Reports on page 60).
4 – Forced Arming Allowed
If this option is selected, the system can be armed
with the zone unsealed. If this option is not selected,
the system does not allow the User Code holder to
arm the system until the zone is sealed or manually
isolated. Refer to Section 4.11 Isolating Zones on
page 21 for more information.
8 – Zone Restore Report
If this option is selected, the zone sends Restore
Reports when the zone is restored. If this option is
not selected, the zone does not send Restore Reports
when the zone is restored.
If a non-24-Hour zone is not restored when the
system is disarmed, the system automatically sends a
Zone Restore Report for that zone. All 24-Hour zones
send a Zone Restore Report only when the zone is
restored.
14.3.7 Zone Report Code
If you want the control panel to send Zone Alarm
Reports, program this location as 1. If not, program
this location as 0.
14.3.8 Zone Dialer Options
By default, a zone reports only to Receiver 1. Table 45
lists the reporting options for the zone.
Table 45:
Option
0
1
2
4
8
14.4
Zone Dialer Options
Description
No report required
Receiver 1
Receiver 2
Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
Receiver 2 only when Receiver 1 fails
Swinger Shutdown Count for Siren
Program the Swinger Shutdown Count for Siren in
Location 323.
The default value is 3.
This location determines the number of times the
sirens can be activated before lockout options take
effect. Programming a 0 sets the count to unlimited.
This location has no effect unless you program at
least one zone for lockout siren. Refer to Section 14.3.4
Zone Options 1 on page 57 to program zones for
lockout siren.
Only alarms activated from zone inputs can decrease
the Swinger Shutdown Counter. Alarms such as
Codepad Panic, Access Denied, and other system
alarms do not affect the Swinger Shutdown Count.
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When the sirens are operating, its counter is only
decreased by the first zone that activated the alarm.
Any other zones that are activated during Siren Run
Time do not affect the counter.
When the Swinger Shutdown Count is reached, all
zones that were activated are locked out according to
their individual lockout settings.
Example
All eight zones are programmed for lockout siren
with a Swinger Shutdown Count of 3. If Zone 1
activates an alarm, the Swinger Shutdown Count is
decreased by one after the end of Siren Run Time to
a swinger shutdown count of 2.
After the Siren Run Time is reset from the previous
alarm, Zone 2 activates an alarm and activates the
sirens. After the sirens reset, the swinger shutdown
count is decreased again to 1.
If Zone 3 also activates an alarm after the sirens are
reset from Zone 2, the Swinger Shutdown Count is
decreased to 0, which locks out all three zones from
sounding the sirens until the system resets.
At this point, the Swinger Shutdown Count for Sirens
resets to 3 and the process of swinger shutdown for
remaining zones begins again until all zones are
locked out.
14.5
Swinger Shutdown Count for Dialer
Program the Swinger Shutdown Count for Dialer in
Location 324.
The default value is 6.
This location determines the number of times the
dialer can be activated before lockout options take
effect. This location has no effect unless you program
at least one zone for lockout dialer. Refer to Section
14.3.4 Zone Options 1 on page 57 to program zones for
lockout dialer.
Only alarms activated from zone inputs can decrease
the Swinger Shutdown Counter. Alarms such as
Codepad Panic, Code Retries, and other system
alarms do not affect the Swinger Shutdown Count.
When the dialer is online, its counter is only
decreased by the first zone that activated the alarm.
Any other zones that are activated while the dialer is
online do not affect the counter.
When the Swinger Shutdown Count is reached, all
zones that were activated are locked out according to
their individual lockout settings.
If Lockout Dialer is enabled for any zone,
the last restore signal is not sent until the
system is disarmed.
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Example
All eight zones are programmed for lockout dialer
with a Swinger Shutdown Count of 6. If Zone 1
activates an alarm, the Swinger Shutdown Count
decreased to 5 when the control panel calls.
If Zone 1 reactivates the dialer, the Swinger
Shutdown Count is decreased to 4. If Zone 1
reactivates the dialer three more times, the Swinger
Shutdown Count is 1.
If Zone 2 activates an alarm, the Swinger Shutdown
Count decreases to 0, which locks out Zone 2 from
activating the dialer until the system resets. At this
point, the Swinger Shutdown Count for the Dialer
resets to 6 and the process of swinger shutdown for
the remaining zones, including Zone 1, begins again
until all zones are locked out.
A zone is in trouble when it is unsealed at the end of
Exit Time. A Sensor Trouble Report (Contact ID
Event Code 380) is sent to indicate that one or more
zones were automatically isolated by the system. 24Hour Zones that are unsealed at the end of Exit Time
do not send a Sensor Trouble Report because the
restore for that zone is still outstanding.
A Sensor Trouble Restore Report is sent for Burglary
Zones when the zone is resealed or the next time the
system is disarmed (whichever happens first). A 24Hour Zone sends a restore signal only when it is
resealed.
The Trouble code parameter is used as the expansion
digit in 4+2 Format. It has no effect on Contact ID
Format because a Sensor Trouble Report is always
sent as Event Code 380.
15.0 System Reporting
Information
This section covers basic housekeeping features of the
system.
15.1
Zone Status – Bypass Reports
If Sensor Trouble Reports are not
required, program Locations 327 and
328 as 0.
15.3
Zone Status – Sensor Watch
Reports
Program the Zone Bypass Report value in Location
325 (the default value is 9) and the Zone Bypass
Restore Report value in Location 326 (default 8).
Program the Sensor Watch Report value in
Location 329 (the default value is 4) and the Sensor
Watch Restore Report value in Location 326
(default 8).
A zone is bypassed when it is manually isolated.
Refer to Section 4.11 Isolating Zones on page 21 for
information on isolating zones. A Zone Bypass
Report (Contact ID Event Code 570) is sent at the
end of Exit Time for any zone that was manually
isolated. A 24-Hour Zone sends a Zone Bypass
Report when the zone is selected to be isolated.
A Self Test Failure Report (Contact ID Event Code
307) is sent to the base station receiver when a zone
was not activated during the Sensor Watch Time
programmed in Locations 408 and 409 (refer to
Section 17.7 Sensor Watch Time on page 71). This report
continues to be sent (according to the frequency of
the Sensor Watch Time) until the fault is corrected.
A Zone Bypass Restore Report is sent when the
system is disarmed. All bypassed zones are cleared
when the system is disarmed.
To clear the fault and stop any additional reporting,
you must unseal and reseal the zone that registered
the fault. Use the Sensor Watch Time in Locations
408 and 409 to set the number of days a zone can
remain sealed without registering a fault. Refer to
Section 14.3.4 Zone Options 1 on page 57 to select zones
to be monitored by the Sensor Watch feature.
The Bypass Code parameter is used as the expansion
digit in 4+2 Formats. It has no effect on Contact ID
Format because a Zone Bypass is always sent as
Event Code 570.
If Self Test Failure Reports are not
required, program Locations 329 and
330 as 0.
If Zone Bypass Reports are not required,
program Locations 325 and 326 as 0.
15.2
Zone Status – Trouble Reports
Program the Zone Trouble Report value in
Location 327 (the default value is 2) and the Zone
Trouble Restore Report value in Location 326
(default 3).
15.4
Zone Status – Alarm Restore Code
Program the Alarm Restore Code value in
Location 331.
The default value is 14.
If Zone Alarm Restore Reports are required, program
this location as 14. If not, program this location as 0.
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Location 332 (Section 15.5 Zone Status Reporting Options
on page 61) is ignored when programming the Alarm
Restore code and is global for all zones. A zone
Restore Report is sent only to the receiving party to
which the zone is allocated (for example, Receiver 1
or Receiver 2).
15.5
Zone Status Reporting Options
Use Location 332 to select whether Zone Status
Reports are sent to Receiver 1 (the default),
Receiver 2, or both, Receiver 2 only when Receiver 1
fails, or there is no reporting at all. Table 46 lists the
reporting options.
Table 46:
Option
0
1
2
4
8
15.6
Zone Status Reporting Options
Description
No report required
Receiver 1
Receiver 2
Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
Receiver 2 only when Receiver 1 fails
Open/Close Reports
Program the Open Report value in Location 333 (the
default value is 11) and the Close Report value in
Location 334 (default 12).
An Opening Report (Contact ID Event Code 401) is
sent to the base station receiver when the system is
disarmed from AWAY Mode. A Closing Report
(Contact ID Event Code 401) is sent at the end of
Exit Time when the system is armed in AWAY
Mode.
Table 47:
Option
0
1
2
4
8
15.8
Open/Close Reporting Options
Description
No Open/Close Reports required
Receiver 1
Receiver 2
Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
Receiver 2 only when Receiver 1 fails
Codepad Duress Report
Program the Codepad Duress Report value in
Location 336.
The default value is 6.
A Duress Report (Contact ID Event Code 121) is sent
to the base station receiver when a user adds 9 to the
end of any valid User Code used to disarm the
system. This alarm is always silent. A Duress Alarm
can be activated during Exit Time (in other words, if
the system is armed and then disarmed with a 9 at the
end of the User Code before Exit Time expires, a
Duress Report is sent). Adding 9 to the end of a User
Code when arming the system does not cause a
Duress Alarm.
If you want a 3 to activate a Codepad Duress Alarm
instead of 9, select Option 2 in Location 430 (refer to
Section 18.7 Consumer Options 3 on page 75).
Restore Reports are not sent for this
event.
If Duress Reports are not required,
program Location 336 as 0.
If an expanded format is selected, this code is used as
the Expansion Code and the user number that armed
or disarmed the system follows in the same
transmission.
15.9
To enable Open and Close Reports in STAY Mode,
select Option 2 in Location 178 (refer to Section 12.2
Dialer Options 2 on page 50). To enable Open and
Close Reports only after a previous alarm, select
Option 1 in Location 178.
The default values are 7 (tens) and 15 (units).
If Open and Close Reports are not
required, program Locations 333 and
334 as 0.
15.7
Open/Close Reporting Options
Use Location 335 to select whether Zone Status
Reports are sent to Receiver 1 (the default),
Receiver 2, or both, Receiver 2 only when Receiver 1
fails, or there is no reporting at all. Table 47 lists the
reporting options.
Codepad Panic Report
Program the Codepad Panic Report value in
Location 337 (tens digit) and Location 338 (units
digit).
A Panic Alarm Report (Contact ID Event Code 120)
is sent to the base station receiver when a user presses
either [1] and [3] or [STAY] and [AWAY] at the same
time. A Panic Alarm is audible, but you can program
the alarm as silent by selecting Option 1 in Location
425 (refer to Section 18.2 System Options 2 on page 73).
Restore Reports are not sent for this
event.
If Panic Reports are not required,
program Locations 337 and 338 as 0.
15.10 Codepad Fire Report
Program the Codepad Fire Report value in Location
339 (tens digit) and Location 340 (units digit).
The default values are 7 (tens) and 14 (units).
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A Fire Alarm Report (Contact ID Event Code 110) is
sent to the base station receiver when a user presses
[4] and [6] at the same time. A Fire Alarm is audible,
but you can program the alarm as silent by selecting
Option 2 in Location 425 (refer to Section 18.2 System
Options 2 on page 73). A distinct fire sound is emitted
through the horn speaker to indicate this type of
alarm. The fire sound is different than the burglary
sound.
Restore Reports are not sent for this
event.
If Fire Reports are not required, program
Locations 339 and 340 as 0.
15.11 Codepad Medical Report
Program the Codepad Medical Report value in
Location 341 (tens digit) and Location 342 (units
digit).
The default values are 7 (tens) and 13 (units).
A Medical Report (Contact ID Event Code 100) is
sent to the base station receiver when a user presses
[7] and [9] at the same time. A Medical Alarm is
audible, but you can program the alarm as silent by
selecting Option 4 in Location 425 (refer to Section
18.2 System Options 2 on page 73).
Restore Reports are not sent for this
event.
If Medical Reports are not required,
program Locations 341 and 342 as 0.
15.12 Codepad Reporting Options
Use Location 343 to select whether Codepad Alarm
Reports are sent to Receiver 1 (the default),
Receiver 2, or both, Receiver 2 only when Receiver 1
fails, or there is no reporting at all. Table 47 lists the
reporting options.
Table 48:
Codepad Alarm Reporting Options
A System Trouble Report (Contact ID Event Code
300) is sent when either the codepad AUX power
supply or the accessories AUX power supply fails.
The system reports the event approximately 10 sec
after the AUX power supply fails.
15.14 System Status – AUX Power Supply
Fail Restore Report
Program the AUX Power Supply Fail Restore Report
value in Location 346 (tens digit) and Location 347
(units digit).
The default values are 10 (tens) and 8 (units).
A System Trouble Restore Report (Contact ID Event
Code 300) is sent when the failed codepad AUX
power supply or the accessories AUX power supply is
reset. The system reports the event approximately 10
sec after the AUX power supply is reset.
15.15 System Status – AC Fail Report
Program the AC Fail Report value in Location 348
(tens digit) and Location 349 (units digit).
The default values are 10 (tens) and 2 (units).
An AC Fail Report (Contact ID Event Code 301) is
sent to the base station receiver when the AC mains
supply is disconnected for 2 min. If you do not want
an AC Fail Report to be sent until the AC mains
supply is disconnected for 1 hour, select Option 1 in
Location 426 (refer to Section 18.3 System Options 3 on
page 74). If you want to ignore AC Fail, select
Option 2 in Location 426.
If AC Fail Reports are not required,
program Locations 348 and 349 as 0.
15.16 System Status – AC Fail Restore
Report
Program the AC Fail Restore Report value in
Location 350 (tens digit) and Location 351 (units
digit).
The default values are 10 (tens) and 7 (units).
Option
0
1
2
4
8
Description
No Codepad Alarm Reports required
Receiver 1
Receiver 2
Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
Receiver 2 only when Receiver 1 fails
15.13 System Status – AUX Power Supply
Fail Report
Program the AUX Power Supply Fail Report value in
Location 344 (tens digit) and Location 345 (units
digit).
An AC Fail Restore Report is sent when the AC
mains supply is connected continuously for longer
than 2 min.
If AC Fail Restore Reports are not
required, program Locations 350 and
351 as 0.
15.17 System Status – Low Battery Report
Program the Low Battery Report value in
Location 352 (tens digit) and Location 353 (units
digit).
The default values are 10 (tens) and 1 (units).
The default values are 10 (tens) and 3 (units).
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A Battery Test Failure Report (Contact ID Event
Code 309) is sent to the base station receiver when
the system’s battery voltage falls below 11.2 VDC or
when a dynamic battery test detects that a low
capacity battery.
The control panel continually monitors the battery
voltage. Refer to Section 4.13 Fault Descriptions on
page 22 for more information. A dynamic battery test
is performed every time the system is armed and
every four hours after the control panel is powered
up.
If Low Battery Reports are not required,
program Locations 352 and 353 as 0.
Outputs 1 to 4 do not operate when the
control panel detects a low battery.
15.18 System Status – Low Battery
Restore Report
Program the Low Battery Restore Report value in
Location 354 (tens digit) and Location 355 (units
digit).
The default values are 10 (tens) and 6 (units).
A Low Battery Restore Report is sent if the backup
battery is restored the next time the system is armed,
or when the next dynamic battery test reports the
battery test is OK.
If Low Battery Restore Reports are not
required, program Locations 354 and
355 as 0.
15.19 System Status – Access Denied
Program the Code Retry Limit in Location 356.
The default value is 6.
Code Retries
The Code Retries feature restricts the number of
times an invalid User Code can be entered in an
attempt to operate the system. Location 356 sets the
number of incorrect code attempts that causes an
alarm. When the number of incorrect code attempts
equals the number programmed in this location, the
system performs these actions:
• Activates the sirens, internal screamers, and
strobes connected to the control panel. Select
Option 8 in Location 425 (refer to Section 18.2
System Options 2 on page 73) to change this alarm
to silent.
• Shuts down all codepads connected to the control
panel and locks them out for the time period
programmed in Location 410 (refer to Section 17.8
Codepad Lockout Time on page 71).
• Sends an Access Denied Report (Contact ID
Event Code 421) to the base station receiver.
Each time the system is armed or disarmed, the Code
Retries counter is reset. You can program the counter
to a value from 1 to 15. If you want the number of
incorrect code attempts to be unlimited, program a 0
in Location 356. In this case, the Access Denied
Report is never generated and the system does not
perform the three actions listed above. This function
works when the system is armed or disarmed.
15.20 System Status Reporting Options
Use Location 359 to select whether System Status
Reports are sent to Receiver 1 (the default),
Receiver 2, or both, Receiver 2 only when Receiver 1
fails, or there is no reporting at all. Table 47 lists the
reporting options.
Table 49:
System Status Reporting Options
Program 0 to allow unlimited retries.
Program the Access Denied Report value in
Location 357 (tens digit) and Location 358 (units
digit).
The default values are 7 (tens) and 12 (units).
An Access Denied Report (Contact ID Event Code
421) is sent to the base station receiver when the
number of incorrect code attempts equals the number
programmed in Location 356. An Access Denied
Alarm is audible, but you can program the alarm as
silent by selecting Option 8 in Location 425 (refer to
Section 18.2 System Options 2 on page 73).
Option
0
1
2
4
8
Description
No System Status Reports required
Receiver 1
Receiver 2
Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
Receiver 2 only when Receiver 1 fails
15.21 Test Reporting Time
Program the Test Reporting Time into Locations 360
to 366 as described in Table 50 on page 64.
Restore reports for this event are not sent.
If Access Denied reports are not
required, program Locations 357 and
358 as 0.
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Location
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
Programmable Outputs
Table 51:
Test Reporting Time Parameters
Parameter
Hour of day (tens digit)
Hour of day (units digit)
Minute of day (tens digit)
Minute of day (units digit)
Test Report (tens digit)
Test Report (units digit)
Repeat interval in days
Default
0
0
0
0
7
1
0
Option
0
1
2
4
8
Description
No Test Reports required
Receiver 1
Receiver 2
Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
Receiver 2 only when Receiver 1 fails
16.0 Programmable Outputs
A Test Report (Contact ID Event Code 602) is a
specific signal sent to the base station receiver and is
normally used to test the dailing and reporting
functions of the control panel.
When programming Test Report options, specify the
hour and minute of the day the report is required,
and how often to send the report. Test reports are
sent on a daily basis from every day to every fifteen
days. Refer to Section 6.1.1 Set the Number of Days until
the First Test Report on page 27 to set the first test
report.
If Test Reports are not required, program
the repeat interval in Location 366 as 0.
The ICP-CC404 Control Panel has four fullyprogrammable outputs on the main printed circuit
board and one programmable output that operates
the codepad buzzer. The four outputs are set by
default to operate as horn speaker, fire alarm
verification, strobe, and internal screamer.
Outputs 1 to 4 do not operate when the
control panel detects a low battery.
Programmable outputs require four parameters to
operate correctly.
Table 52:
Program the Test Report Time as 24:00
to send reports every 30 min.
Parameter
Event Type
Example
To send Test Reports once every seven days at 11:35
PM, program Locations 360 to 366 as:
Polarity
2335717
15.22 Test Reporting Dialer Options
Use Location 367 to select whether Test Reports are
sent to Receiver 1 (the default), Receiver 2, or both,
Receiver 2 only when Receiver 1 fails, or there is no
reporting at all. Table 51 lists the reporting options.
Table 53:
Output
Output 1
Output 2
Strobe
Relay
Codepad
Buzzer
16.1
Time Base/
Time
Multiplier
Output Parameters
Description
The Event Type specifies when an output
is activated. The Output Event Types are
listed in Section 16.2. Enter the code for
the Output Event Type into the two
corresponding locations for the output.
Polarity determines whether the output
operates for the duration of the event,
pulses for the duration, operates once only
(one shot), or latches on. The polarity
options are listed in Table 54 on page 69.
The Time Base and Time Multiplier
parameters determine how long and how
often the output operates. Refer to Section
16.4 Output Timing on page 70.
Output Programming Defaults
Default Output Type
Horn Speaker
Fire Alarm with Verification
Strobe – Reset in 8 hr
Sirens Running
Entry/Exit Warning and
Day Alarm
Locations
368 to 373
374 to 379
380 to 385
386 to 391
392 to 397
Event Code
1
14
2
7
2
0
1
15
0
13
Redirecting Outputs to the Codepad
Buzzer
Multiple output event types can be directed to the
codepad buzzer so the buzzer can indicate a number
of events.
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Polarity
0
10
6
1
2
Time Base
0
2
4
0
1
Time Base Multiplier
0
0
1
5
0
8
0
0
0
1
To redirect an output to the codepad buzzer, select an
output and program it for the desired Output Event
Type. If the output is functioning correctly, add 8 to
the first (tens) digit of the Output Event Type.
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Example
3,0 Communications Failure
This event operates after the dialer makes all possible
attempts to reach the base station receiver. It resets
when the control panel receives the first kiss-off. This
Output Event Type is not applicable to domestic
reporting.
To redirect this Output Event Type to operate a
codepad buzzer, program the Output Event Type as:
11,0 Communications Failure
The codepad buzzer now operates instead of the
output that was programmed. Output 3 is no longer
functional and cannot be used for any other Output
Event Type.
16.2
Output Event Types
There are approximately 60 Output Event Types.
Two numbers designate each Output Event Type.
Program these numbers into the appropriate locations
for the output.
All reset times reference Polarities 1 and
8. Reset times vary depending on the
selected polarity.
0,0
EDMSAT - Satellite Siren (Output 1 Only)
This output controls all functions of the SS914
Satellite Siren (EDMSAT). The Speaker Indication
Beeps option does not function through the satellite
siren for remote operations. No polarity is required
for this Output Event Type.
0,1
System Armed
This output operates when the system is armed. The
output resets when the system is disarmed.
0,2
System Disarmed
This output operates when the system is disarmed.
The output resets when the system is armed.
0,3
Armed in STAY Mode
This output operates when the system is armed in
STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2. The output resets
when the system is disarmed.
0,4
Armed in AWAY Mode
This output operates when the system is armed in
AWAY Mode. The output resets when the system is
disarmed.
0,5
Auto Arm Pre-Arming Alert Time
This output operates during the time period before
the control panel is automatically armed in AWAY
Mode or STAY Mode 1. The output resets when the
control panel is automatically armed in AWAY Mode
or STAY Mode 1. The Auto Arming Pre-Alert Time
is programmed in Location 413 (refer to Section 17.11
on page 72 for more information).
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Exit Warning with All Zones Sealed or Entry
Warning
This output operates during Exit Time when the
control panel is armed and all zones are sealed. The
output resets when Exit Time expires.
This output operates again during Entry Time and
resets when Entry Time expires or the system is
disarmed.
This output also operates if a zone is activated when
the system is armed in STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode
2 and the Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode is
programmed in Locations 404 and 405 (refer to
Section 17.5 on page 71).
0,7
Exit Warning
This output operates during Exit Time when the
system is armed. The output resets when Exit Time
expires.
0,8
Exit Warning Finished
This output operates after Exit Time expires when the
system is armed. The output resets when the system is
disarmed.
0,9
Kiss-Off after Exit Time
This output operates after the first successful
transmission to the base station receiver when Exit
Time expires. The output resets when the system is
disarmed.
0,11
Entry Warning
This output operates when during Entry Timer 1,
Entry Timer 2, or Entry Guard Timer for STAY
Mode. The output resets when the Entry Time
expires.
0,12
Entry Warning + Day Alarm Resetting
This output combines Entry Warning and Day Alarm
Resetting so that either of these two events activates
the output.
If the output is activated by Entry Timer 1, Entry
Timer 2, or Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode, the
output resets when the Entry Time expires or the
system is disarmed.
If a zone programmed for Day Alarm is activated
when the system is disarmed, the output resets when
the zone is resealed. You can turn Day Alarm on and
off by pressing and holding [4]. Refer to Section 14.1
Day Alarm Information on page 53 for programming
zones to operate for Day Alarm.
0,13
Exit Warning + Entry Warning + Day Alarm
Resetting
This output operates when the system is armed,
regardless of whether zones are sealed or unsealed,
until Exit Time expires.
The output operates again during Entry Time and
resets when Entry Time expires or the system is
disarmed.
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The output also operates during the Entry Guard
Timer for STAY Mode time.
If a zone programmed for day alarm is activated
when the system is disarmed, the output resets when
the zone is resealed. You can turn Day Alarm on and
off by pressing and holding [4]. Refer to Section 14.1
Day Alarm Information on page 53 for programming
zones to operate for Day Alarm.
0,14
Day Alarm Resetting
This output operates when a zone programmed for
Day Alarm is activated. The output resets when the
Day Alarm zone is resealed. You can turn Day Alarm
on and off by pressing and holding [4]. Refer to
Section 14.1 Day Alarm Information on page 53 for
programming zones to operate for Day Alarm.
0,15
Day Alarm Latching
This output operates when a zone programmed for
Day Alarm is activated. The output resets by pressing
[AWAY]. You can turn Day Alarm on and off by
pressing and holding [4]. Refer to Section 14.1 Day
Alarm Information on page 53 for programming zones
to operate for Day Alarm.
1,0
Day Alarm Enabled
This output operates when Day Alarm is enabled.
The output resets when Day Alarm is turned off.
Refer to Section 14.1 Day Alarm Information on page 53
for programming zones to operate for Day Alarm.
You can turn Day Alarm on and off by pressing and
holding [4]. Three beeps indicate that Day Alarm is
turned on, two beeps indicate that Day Alarm is
turned off. Refer to Section 6.3.7 Turning Day Alarm On
and Off on page 38 for more information.
1,1
Telephone Line Fail
This output operates when the built-in telephone line
fault module detects that the telephone line is
disconnected longer than 40 sec. The output resets
when the telephone line is restored continuously for
longer than 40 sec. This output does not operate
unless Option 1 in Location 176 is selected (refer to
Section 11.11 Telephone Line Fault Options on page 49).
1,2
Kiss-Off Received
This output operates after the control panel
successfully sends a message to the receiving party.
1,3
AUX Power Supply Fail
This output operates when either the 1 A codepad
AUX power supply or the 1 A accessories AUX
power supply fails. The output resets when the faulty
AUX power supply is reset.
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1,4
AC Fail
This output operates when the AC mains fails. The
output resets when the AC mains is restored. This
output operates regardless of whether Option 2 in
Location 426 is selected (refer to Section 18.3 System
Options 3 on page 74).
1,5
Low Battery
This output operates when a Dynamic Battery Test
detects the battery failed or the battery voltage is
below 11.2 VDC. The Dynamic Battery Test is
performed every 4 hours after power is applied to the
system and every time the system is armed.
This output resets only after a Dynamic Battery Test
detects that the backup battery voltage is normal.
1,6
Horn Speaker Monitor Fail
If the Enable Monitoring of Horn Speaker (Option 2)
in Location 424 is selected (refer to Section 18.1 System
Options 1 on page 73), this output operates when the
horn speaker is disconnected. The output resets when
the horn speaker is reconnected.
1,7
Sensor Watch Alarm
This output operates when the Sensor Watch Count is
reached. Refer to Section 14.3.4 Zone Options 1 on
page 57 for more information on programming zones
for sensor watch. Refer to Section 17.7 Sensor Watch
Time on page 71 for setting the number of days before
a zone registers as a faulty sensor watch zone.
1,8
Codepad Medical Alarm
This output operates when a user activates a Codepad
Medical Alarm by pressing [7] and [9] at the same
time on the remote codepad. This output resets when
a valid User Code is entered at the remote codepad.
1,9
Codepad Fire Alarm
This output operates when a user activates a Codepad
Medical Alarm by pressing [4] and [6] at the same
time on the remote codepad. This output resets when
a valid User Code is entered at the remote codepad.
1,10
Codepad Panic Alarm
This output operates when a user activates a Codepad
Panic Alarm (audible or silent) by pressing either [1]
and [3] or [STAY] and [AWAY] at the same time on
the remote codepad. This output resets when a valid
User Code is entered at the remote codepad.
1,11
Codepad Duress Alarm
This output operates when a user activates a Duress
Alarm by adding a 9 to the end of the User Code
used to disarm the system. This output resets the next
time the system is armed.
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Codepad Tamper – Access Denied
This output operates when the wrong code is entered
more times than allowed. The number of incorrect
attempts allowed is programmed in Location 356
(refer to Section 15.19 System Status – Access Denied on
page 63). This output resets when a valid User Code
is entered.
1,14
Horn Speaker (Output 1 Only)
This output operates only on Output 1. Use this
output for one or two 8 Ω horn speakers. Refer to
Section 17.9 Siren Run Time on page 71 and Section
17.10 Siren Sound Rate on page 71 to program the
speaker.
To enable monitoring of the horn speaker, select
Option 2 in Location 424 (refer to Section 18.1 System
Options 1 on page 73).
1,15
Sirens Running
This output operates for the duration of the Siren Run
Time programmed in Location 411 (refer to Section
17.9 Siren Run Time on page 71). When the sirens are
activated, this output resets when the Siren Run Time
expires. The relay output (Output 4) is set by default
for this operation.
2,0
Strobe Operating
This output operates when an alarm occurs and resets
when a valid User Code is entered. The strobe output
(Output 3) is set by default for strobe operation and is
programmed to reset automatically after 8 hours.
2,1
Silent Alarm
This output operates when any zone programmed to
activate silently. The output resets when the Siren
Run Time expires, an audible alarm is activated, or a
valid User Code is entered.
2,2
Alarm When in STAY Mode
This output operates when an audible or silent alarm
zone is activated when the system is armed in STAY
Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2. The output resets when
the system is disarmed.
2,3
Alarm When in AWAY Mode
This output operates when an audible or silent zone
alarm is activated when the system is armed in
AWAY Mode. The output resets when the system is
disarmed.
2,4
Mimic System Fault
This output operates without any time delays when
any system fault occurs, including an AC mains
supply failure. The output resets when the system
fault or the AC mains supply is restored.
2,5
Fire Alarm Resetting
This output operates when a 24-Hour Fire Zone is
activated. The output resets when a valid User Code
is entered or when Siren Run Time expires.
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Fire Alarm Latching
This output operates when a 24-Hour Fire Zone is
activated and resets when the system is armed or
disarmed.
2,7
Fire Alarm Verification
This feature is used on some commercial fire control
panels to reduce false alarms from smoke detectors. It
is very similar to zone pulse count used in some
motion detectors. A fire zone is allotted a pulse count
of 3 pulses over a period of 3 min.
If the smoke detector activates, the voltage to the
smoke detector is disconnected for 15 sec and then
reapplied. No alarm is registered.
If the unit activates again within 3 min of the first
activation, no alarm is registered and the voltage to
the smoke detector is again disconnected for 15 sec
and then reapplied.
If a third activation is detected within 3 min of the
first activation, (three pulses in 3 min) a fire alarm is
registered. Power to the smoke detector is maintained
to facilitate unit identification through the detector
memory.
Connect this output to the negative side of any fire or
smoke detector. To configure an output for this
feature, use these settings.
EVENT TYPE = 2,7
POLARITY = 10
TIMEBASE = 2
MULTIPLIER = 15
Program the zone to which the fire or smoke detector
is connected as:
ZONE TYPE = 13
ZONE PULSE COUNT = 3
ZONE PULSE COUNT TIME = 15
2,8
Remote Control 1
2,9
Remote Control 2
2,10 Remote Control 3
These outputs can be remotely activated (turned on
or off) by the following methods:
• Remote codepad (refer to Section 6.2.6 Turning
Outputs On/Off on page 36 for more information).
• Remotely through the Alarm Link Software (refer
to your Alarm Link Instruction Manual for more
information).
2,11
Radio Control Output 1
This output operates when the [DOOR] button on the
four-channel hand-held transmitter is activated.
2,12
Radio Control Output 2
This output operates when the [AUX] button on the
four-channel hand-held transmitter is activated.
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Programmable Outputs
Radio Control Output 1 – Not in AWAY
Mode
3,5
Mimic Zone 1
3,6
Mimic Zone 2
This output operates when the [DOOR] button on the
four-channel hand-held transmitter is activated. The
output does not operate when the system is armed in
AWAY Mode.
3,7
Mimic Zone 3
3,8
Mimic Zone 4
3,9
Mimic Zone 5
2,14
3,10
Mimic Zone 6
3,11
Mimic Zone 7
3,12
Mimic Zone 8
Radio Control Output 2 – Not in AWAY
Mode
This output operates when the [AUX] button on the
four-channel hand-held transmitter is activated. The
output does not operate when the system is armed in
AWAY Mode.
2,15
Communications Failure after Three
Unsuccessful Calls
This output operates after the communication dialer
makes three unsuccessful calls to the base station
receiver. The output resets when all messages are sent
(that is, when the message buffer is empty or when all
possible attempts are made).
3,0
Communications Failure
This output operates after the communication dialer
makes all possible attempts to reach the base station
receiver. The output resets when the first kiss-off is
received. This output does not operate for domestic
formats.
3,1
Dialer Disabled
These output types mimic the zone inputs. The
output operates when the zone is unsealed and resets
when the zone is sealed. They operate regardless of
the selected zone type (for example, a zone
programmed as Not Used can still operate a mimic
output). This feature operates when the system is
armed or disarmed.
4,5
Global Chime
This output operates when any Chime zones are
activated. The output resets when the zone is
resealed. Refer to Section 14.3.1 Zone Types on page 55
for more information.
4,6
Zone Not Sealed
This output operates when a Burglary Zone is
unsealed. Chime zones do not operate this output.
4,7
Zone Not Sealed after Exit Time
This output operates when the Dialer reporting
functions allowed Option 1 in Location 177 are not
selected (refer to Section 12.1 Dialer Options 1 on
page 50). The output resets when Option 1 is
selected.
This output operates at the end of Exit Time if a
Burglary Zone is unsealed. The output resets when all
zones are sealed or the system is disarmed. Chime
zones do not operate this output.
3,2
This output is activated when the AC mains supply
frequency is 60 Hz. The output resets if the AC mains
supply returns to 50 Hz.
Dialer Active
This output operates when the communication dialer
is online. The output resets when the communication
dialer releases the telephone line.
3,3
Ring Detect
This output operates when the control panel detects
an incoming call. The output resets when the ringing
stops or when the call is answered.
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4,9
AC Mains 60 Hz or 50 Hz
16.3
Output Polarity
There are fifteen different polarities. Each polarity is
designated by a number that you program into the
third location for the output.
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Table 54:
Option
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Event Type Polarities
Description
Output not used
Normally open, going low
Normally open, pulsing low
Normally open, one-shot low
Normally open, one-shot low (can restart timer)
Normally open, one-shot low (can reset)
Normally open, one-shot low (alarm)
Normally open, latching low
Normally low, going open
Normally low, pulsing open
Normally low, one-shot open
Normally low, one-shot open (can restart timer)
Normally low, one-shot open (can reset)
Normally low, one-shot open (alarm)
Normally low, latching open
0 – Output Not Used
If an output is not required, program the polarity as
0.
1 – Normally Open, Going Low
This polarity is a normally-open circuit and switches
to 0 V when the event occurs. The output switches
back to an open circuit when the event is restored.
Time parameters do not apply to this polarity.
2 – Normally Open, Pulsing Low
5 – Normally Open, One-Shot Low with Reset
This one-shot polarity is a normally-open circuit and
switches to 0 V when the event occurs. Because the
output switches back to an open circuit when the oneshot time expires or when the event returns to
normal, the operation of the output can be shortened
regardless of the programmed time parameter.
6 – Normally Open, One-Shot Low with Alarm
This one-shot polarity is a normally-open circuit and
switches to 0 V when the event occurs. The output
switches back to an open circuit when the one-shot
time expires, when the event returns to normal, or
when the system is disarmed.
This polarity is ideally suited for the operation of
strobe lights because you can program the lights to
reset (up to 99 hours) and prevent them from burning
out or bothering others due to prolonged operation.
7 – Normally Open, Latching Low
This polarity is a normally-open circuit and switches
to 0 V when the event occurs. The output switches
back to an open circuit when a user holds down [7]
on the remote codepad until two beeps sound. Time
parameters do not apply to this polarity.
8 – Normally Low, Going Open
This polarity is normally 0 V and switches to an open
circuit when the event occurs. The output switches
back to 0 V when the event ends. Time parameters
do not apply to this polarity.
This polarity is a normally-open circuit and switches
to pulsing 0 V when the event occurs. The output
switches back to an open circuit when the event is
restored. Time parameters vary the On time of the
pulse.
9 – Normally Low, Pulsing Open
3 – Normally Open, One-Shot Low
10 – Normally Low, One-Shot Open
This one-shot polarity is a normally-open circuit and
switches to 0 V when the event occurs. The output
switches back to an open circuit when the time
parameter setting expires. This one-shot time setting
always runs its full duration and cannot be manually
reset.
This one-shot polarity is normally 0 V and switches to
an open circuit when the event occurs. The output
switches back to 0 V when the time parameter
expires. This one-shot time setting always runs its full
duration and cannot be manually reset.
4 – Normally Open, One-Shot Low with Reactivate
This one-shot polarity is normally 0 V and switches to
an open circuit when the event occurs. Every time the
event occurs, it restarts the one-shot timer. The output
switches back to 0 V when the one-shot time expires.
This one-shot polarity is a normally-open circuit and
switches to 0 V when the event occurs. Every time
the event occurs, it restarts the one-shot timer. The
output switches back to an open circuit when the oneshot time expires.
This polarity is ideally suited for lighting control. You
can use a PIR to activate an output to turn on lights.
Whenever there is movement, the PIR reactivates the
output and lengthens the time the lights remain on.
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This polarity is normally 0 V and switches to a
pulsing open circuit when the event occurs. The
output switches back to 0 V when the event ends.
Time parameters vary the Off time of the pulse.
11 – Normally Low, One-Shot Open with Reactivate
12 – Normally Low, One-Shot Open with Reset
This one-shot polarity is normally 0 V and switches to
an open circuit when the event occurs. Because the
output switches back to 0 V when the one-shot time
expires or when the event returns to normal, the oneshot timer can be shortened regardless of the time
setting.
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13 – Normally Low, One-Shot Open with Alarm
This one-shot polarity is normally 0 V and switches to
an open circuit when the event occurs. Because the
output switches back to 0 V when the one-shot time
expires, when the event returns to normal, or when
the system is disarmed, the one-shot timer can be
shortened regardless of the time setting.
14 – Normally Low, Latching Open
This polarity is normally 0 V and switches to an open
circuit when the event occurs. The output switches
back to 0 V when the user holds down [7] on the
remote codepad until two beeps sound. Time
parameters do not apply to this polarity.
16.4
Output Timing
The timing of outputs is calculated by the time base
and a multiplier. These two values play different roles
depending on the selected polarity. When you
program outputs to pulse, you can set both the On
and Off times. You can program one-shot polarities
to operate from 200 ms to 99 hours.
The maximum value you can program in
the two multiplier locations is 9,9.
Table 55:
Option
1
2
3
4
Time Base Settings
Description
200 ms
1 sec
1 minute
1 hour
You can only set the time base settings to one of the
values listed in Table 55. The multiplier value is a twodigit decimal number from 00 to 99. For greater
accuracy, use 60 sec for 1-minute intervals and 60
min for one-hour intervals.
16.5
Pulsing Polarities
Table 56:
On Time
200 ms
1 sec
1 min
1 hour
16.6
Pulsing Time Settings
Off Time
200 ms to
19.8 sec
1 to 99 sec
1 to 99 min
1 to 99 hr
Increments
200 ms
Tolerance
±200 ms
1 sec
1 min
1 hr
±1 sec
±1 min
± hr
One-Shot Polarities
The duration, or On time, of an output is the product
of the time base and the multiplier.
If you want an output to operate for 5 sec, program
the time settings as:
Time Base: 2
Multiplier: 0 5
The On time is calculated by multiplying the time
base setting (1 sec) by the multiplier value (05) (for
example, 1 x 05 = 5 sec).
Table 57:
One-Shot Time Settings
On Time
200 ms to 19.8 sec
1 to 99 sec
1 to 99 min
1 to 99 hr
Increments
200 ms
1 sec
1 min
1 hr
Tolerance
±200 ms
±1 sec
±1 min
± hour
17.0 System Event Timers
This section covers the features that involve timing,
such as Entry and Exit Times, Sensor Watch Time,
Siren Run Time, and System Date and Time.
17.1
Programming Entry/Exit Timers
There are two programming locations for Entry
Timer 1, Entry Timer 2, Exit Time For AWAY
Mode, and Entry Guard Time For STAY Mode.
When programming pulsing polarities, you must set
both the On and Off times. The duration, or On time,
for an output is determined by the time base selected
from one of the options in Table 55. In other words,
there are only four possible On times.
The first location of the timer allows you to set the
timer in increments of 1 sec. The second location
allows you to set the timer in increments of 16 sec.
Add these two locations together for the total time.
The Off time is calculated by multiplying the On time
by a decimal number between 00 and 99. If you want
an output to operate for 200 ms every 5 sec, program
the time settings as:
To set the Entry Time to 18 sec, program Location
410 as 2 (2 x 1 sec = 2 sec) and Location 411 as 1 (1 x
16 sec = 16 sec) for a total time of 18 sec (2 + 16 =
18).
On Time: 1
Off Time: 2 5
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Example
Entry Timer 1
Program Entry Timer 1 into Locations 398
(increments of 1 sec) and 399 (increments of 16 sec).
The default value for Entry Timer 1 is 20 sec (4 1).
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You can program Entry Timer 1 from 0 to 255 sec in
increments of 1 sec. Entry Timer 1 is the delay time
used by the Delay-1 Zones. Refer to Section 14.3.1
Zone Types on page 55 for more information.
17.3
Entry Timer 2
Program Entry Timer 1 into Locations 400
(increments of 1 sec) and 401 (increments of 16 sec).
The default value for Entry Timer 2 is 40 sec (8 2).
You can program Entry Timer 2 from 0 to 255 sec in
increments of 1 sec. Entry Timer 2 is the delay time
used by Delay-2 Zones. Refer to Section 14.3.1 Zone
Types on page 55 for more information.
17.4
Exit Time
Program Exit Timer into Locations 402 (increments
of 1 sec) and 403 (increments of 16 sec).
The default value for the Exit Timer is 60 sec (12 3).
You can program the Exit Timer from 0 to 255 sec in
increments of 1 sec. When arming the system in
AWAY Mode, the remote codepad beeps during Exit
Time until the final 10 sec, when the codepad sounds
one continuous beep to indicate the end of Exit Time
is near.
The remote codepad always sounds one short beep at
the end of Exit Time when arming in STAY Mode 1
or STAY Mode 2.
17.5
Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode
Program Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode into
Locations 404 (increments of 1 sec) and 405
(increments of 16 sec).
The default value for Entry Guard Timer for STAY
Mode is 0.
Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode is the delay time
used for all zones except 24-Hour Burglary and 24Hour Fire Zones when the system is armed in STAY
Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2. All zones, including Delay
Zones, use this timer for the entry delay (for example,
the Entry Guard Timer overrides the delay time
programmed for a Delay Zone). If the Entry Guard
Timer is programmed as 0, each zone acts according
to its programmed zone type.
17.6
Delay Alarm Reporting Time
Program the Delay Alarm Reporting Time into
Locations 406 (increments of 1 sec) and 407
(increments of 16 sec).
The default value for the Delay Alarm Reporting
Time is 0.
These locations program the time in sec that a
delayed report waits dormant in the dial buffer before
it is sent to the receiving party. If a User Code holder
resets the alarm within this time frame, the control
panel clears the dialer buffer and does not report the
alarm to the receiving party. Refer to Section 14.3.4
Zone Options 1 on page 57 to program zones for delay
alarm reporting.
17.7
Sensor Watch Time
Program Sensor Watch Time into Locations 408
(increments of days, tens digit) and 409 (increments of
days, units digit).
The default value for the Sensor Watch Time is 0.
The time set in these two locations determines the
number of days (0 to 99) a zone can remain sealed
before registering as a fault. This feature is active only
when the system is disarmed. If a zone programmed
for Sensor Watch is not unsealed and reset during this
time, the FAULT indicator lights. Refer to Section 4.13
Fault Descriptions on page 22 for more information on
Sensor Watch Faults. Refer to Section 14.3.4 Zone
Options 1 on page 57 for programming zones for
Sensor Watch.
The Sensor Watch Time counter is active only when
the control panel is disarmed. If the system is
disarmed for 8 hours a day and the Sensor Watch
Time is programmed for 1 day, a zone programmed
for Sensor Watch registers a Sensor Watch Fault if it
is not activated while disarmed within 3 days.
This feature is useful, for example, when someone
places objects in the view of a motion detector,
preventing the detector from picking up movement.
17.8
Codepad Lockout Time
Program the Codepad Lockout Time into
Location 410 (increments of 10 sec).
The default value for the Code Lockout Time is 0.
All codepads are locked out for the programmed time
if an invalid code is entered more times than allowed
by the code retry attempts programmed in
Location 356 (refer to Section 15.19 System Status –
Access Denied on page 63). If the Codepad Lockout
Time is programmed as 0, codepad lockout does not
occur.
17.9
Siren Run Time
Program the Siren Run Time into Location 411
(increments of 1 minute).
The default value for the Siren Run Time is 5.
The Siren Run Time determines how long the horn
speaker operates during an alarm. You can program
the Siren Run Time from 0 to 15 min.
17.10 Siren Sound Rate
Program the Siren Sound Rate into Location 412.
The default value for the Siren Sound Rate is 7.
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The Siren Sound Rate varies the frequency of the
siren tone slowest (0) and to fastest (15). The Siren
Sound Rate does not change the frequency of the fire
alarm tone.
17.13 Auto Disarming Time
Program the Auto Disarming Time in Locations 418
to 421 as described in Table 59.
The default value is midnight (0 0 0 0).
17.11 Auto Arming Pre-Alert Timer
Program the Auto Arming Pre-Alert Timer into
Location 413 (increments of 5 min).
The default value for the Auto Arming Pre-Alert
Timer is 1 (5 min).
This location sets the time period during which the
control panel warns you it is automatically armed in
AWAY Mode. The codepad beeps once every second
until the Pre-Alert Timer expires: the system then
automatically arms itself in AWAY Mode. If you
want the system to automatically arm in STAY Mode
1, select Option 4 in Location 428 (refer to Section
18.5 Consumer Options 1 on page 75).
After the control panel automatically arms in AWAY
Mode or STAY Mode 1, Exit Time starts. If a valid
User Code is entered during the Pre-Alert Time, the
Auto Arming Time programmed in Locations 414 to
417 (refer to Section 17.12 Auto Arming Time) is
extended by 1 hour.
If you want a programmable output to operate during
the Auto Arming Pre-Alert Time, use Output Event
Type 0,5 Auto Arm Pre-Arming Alert Time (refer to
page 65).
Table 59:
Location
418
419
420
421
Auto Disarming Time Parameters
Parameter
Hour of day (tens digit)
Hour of day (units digit)
Minute of day (tens digit)
Minute of day (units digit)
Default
0
0
0
0
These locations specify the time of day that the
system automatically disarms itself. Set this time in
24-hour format (for example, program 10:30 PM as
2230).
User Code 16 is reported when this feature is used.
17.14 Kiss-Off Wait Time
Program the Kiss-Off Wait Time into Location 422
(increments of 500 millisec).
The default value for the Kiss-Off Wait Time is 3
(1500 ms).
This location sets the time that the control panel waits
for acknowledgment before resending a report. This
timer applies only to the 4 + 2 Express Format.
17.12 Auto Arming Time
17.15 System Time
Program the Auto Arming Time in Locations 414 to
417 as described in Table 58.
The default value is midnight (0 0 0 0).
Program the System Time in Locations 901 to 904 as
described in Table 60.
The default value is 0 0 0 0.
Table 58:
Location
414
415
416
417
Auto Arming Time Parameters
Parameter
Hour of day (tens digit)
Hour of day (units digit)
Minute of day (tens digit)
Minute of day (units digit)
Table 60:
Default
0
0
0
0
Location
901
902
903
904
System Time Parameters
Parameter
Hour of day (tens digit)
Hour of day (units digit)
Minute of day (tens digit)
Minute of day (units digit)
Default
0
0
0
0
These locations specify the time of the day that the
system automatically arms itself in AWAY Mode. Set
this time in 24-hour format (for example, program
10:30 PM as 2230). If you want the system to arm in
STAY Mode 1, select Option 4 in Location 428 (refer
to Section 18.5 Consumer Options 1 on page 75).
The ICP-CC404 Control Panel has a real-time
24-hour clock you must set during installation. Set
this time in 24-hour HHMM format (for example,
program 10:30 PM as 2230). You must reset the
System Time every time power is removed from the
system.
If forced arming is disabled for any zone, the
automatic arming feature operates regardless of
whether any zones are unsealed. Refer to Section
14.3.6 Zone Options 2 on page 58 for more information
on programming zones for forced arming.
A Master Code holder can also set the System Date
and Time (refer to Section 6.2.7 Setting the Date and
Time on page 36).
User Code 16 is reported when this feature is used.
Program the System Date in Locations 905 to 910 as
described in Table 61.
The default value is 01 January, 2001 (0 1 0 1 0 1).
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Table 61:
Location
905
906
907
908
909
910
4 – Strobe Indications for Radio Arm/Disarm
System Date Parameters
Parameter
Day of the month (tens digit)
Day of the month (units digit)
Month of the year (tens digit)
Month of the year (units digit)
Current year (tens digit)
Current year (units digit)
Default
0
1
0
1
0
1
The ICP-CC404 Control Panel has a real-time
12-month calendar you must set during installation,
and reset every time power is removed from the
system.
A Master Code holder can also set the System Date
and Time (refer to Section 6.2.7 Setting the Date and
Time on page 36).
18.0 System and Consumer
Options
The locations in this section have up to four options.
You can select any combination of these options by
programming a single value. Calculate this value by
adding the option bit numbers together. Refer to
Section 2.3 Programming Option Bits on page 10 for
more information.
18.1
System Options 1
Program the selected System Options 1 in
Location 424.
The default value is 1.
This option allows the strobe to indicate when the
system is armed and disarmed when remotely
operating the system using the WE800E Wireless
On/Off Interface. Refer to Table 62.
Table 62:
Strobe Indications for Remote
Operations
Strobe Duration
3 sec
6 sec
6 sec
System Status
System disarmed
System armed in AWAY Mode
System armed in STAY Mode 1
8 – Horn Speaker Beeps for Radio Arm/Disarm
This option enables the horn speaker to sound when
the system is armed or disarmed remotely using the
WE800E Wireless On/Off Interface. Refer to Table
63.
Table 63:
Horn Speaker Indication Beeps for
Remote Operations
Beeps
1
2
1 two-tone beep
18.2
System Status
System disarmed
System armed in AWAY Mode
System armed in STAY Mode 1
System Options 2
The options are:
Program the selected System Options 2 in
Location 425.
The default value is 0.
1 – Smart Lockout Allowed
The options are:
This feature allows the control panel to remove any
zones that are programmed for lockout dialer from
the lockout list when the sirens are running. This
feature allows a monitoring station to receive zone
alarm reports from previously locked out zones
during siren time. Refer to Section 14.3.4 Zone
Options 1 on page 57 for information on programming
zones for lockout dialer and lockout siren.
1 – Silent Codepad Panic
Refer to Section 14.5 Swinger Shutdown Count for Dialer
on page 59 to program the number of times the zone
can send a report before being locked out.
2 – Horn Speaker Monitor
If this option is selected, the control panel detects
when the horn speaker is disconnected from the
speaker terminals. The FAULT indicator lights when
the horn speaker is disconnected and turns off when
the horn speaker is reconnected.
If an output must operate when the horn speaker is
disconnected, use Output Event Type 1,6 Horn
Speaker Monitor Fail (refer to this option on page 66
for more information).
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If this option is selected, a Codepad Panic Alarm or
Radio Remote Panic Alarm does not operate the
horn speaker, the bell, or the strobe outputs. If this
option is not selected, all three outputs operate after a
Codepad Panic Alarm is activated when a user
presses [1] and [3] or [STAY] and [AWAY] at the
same time on the remote codepad. Selecting this
option does not affect the operation of the
communication dialer.
If you want to disable reporting of a Codepad Panic
Alarm, program Locations 337 and 338 as 0 (refer to
Section 15.9 Codepad Panic Report on page 61).
2 – Silent Codepad Fire
If this option is selected, a Codepad Fire Alarm does
not operate the horn speaker, the bell, or the strobe
outputs. If this option is not selected, all three outputs
operate after a Codepad Fire Alarm is activated when
a user presses [4] and [6] at the same time on the
remote codepad. Selecting this option does not affect
the operation of the communication dialer.
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If you want to disable the reporting of a Codepad
Fire Alarm, program Locations 339 and 340 as 0
(refer to Section 15.10 Codepad Fire Report on page 61).
4 – Silent Codepad Medical
If this option is selected, a Codepad Medical Alarm
does not operate the horn speaker, the bell, or the
strobe outputs. If this option is not selected, all three
outputs operate after a Codepad Medical Alarm is
activated when a user presses [7] and [9] at the same
time on the remote codepad. Selecting this option
does not affect the communication dialer operation.
To disable the reporting of a Codepad Medical
Alarm, program Locations 341 and 342 as 0 (refer to
Section 15.11 Codepad Medical Report on page 62).
8 – Silent Access Denied (Code Retries)
If this option is selected, a Codepad Tamper Alarm
does not operate the horn speaker, bell, or the strobe
outputs. If this option is not selected, all three outputs
operate after a Codepad Tamper Alarm occurs.
Refer to Section 15.19 System Status – Access Denied on
page 63 to set the number of invalid code retries that
causes an alarm condition. Selecting this option does
not affect the operation of the communication dialer.
If you want to disable the reporting of Access Denied
reports, program Locations 357 and 358 as 0.
18.3
System Options 3
Program the selected System Options 3 in
Location 426.
The default value is 8.
The options are:
1 – AC Fail after 1 Hour
If this option is selected, the MAINS indicator flashes
when the AC mains supply is disconnected. An AC
Loss signal (Contact ID Event Code 301) is sent to
the base station receiver after the AC mains supply is
disconnected continuously for longer than 60 min.
If this option is not selected, the MAINS indicator
flashes and an AC Loss signal (Contact ID Event
Code 301) is sent to the base station receiver after the
AC mains power is disconnected continuously for 2
min.
2 – Ignore AC Fail
If this option is selected, the MAINS indicator does
not flash and the codepad does not beep every
minute when the AC mains is disconnected from the
control panel. If you want a programmable output to
operate when the AC mains fails, use Output Event
Type 1,4 AC Fail (refer to page 66).
If this option is selected, an AC Loss report (Contact
ID Event Code 301) still reports to the base station
receiver unless Locations 348 and 349 are
programmed as 0 (refer to Section 15.15 System Status –
AC Fail Report on page 62).
4 – Zone Pulse Count Handover
If this option is selected, any zone pulse count
readings are handed over and accumulate to any zone
that is activated during the same arming cycle. Zone
pulse count handover only operates with zone pulse
count options 8 to 15. Refer to Section 14.3.2 Zone
Pulse Count on page 56 and Section 14.3.3 Zone Pulse
Count Time on page 56 for more information.
24-Hour Zones can receive any handover
pulses from other zones. 24-Hour Zones
cannot hand over pulses to other zones.
8 – Sequential Handover Delay
If this option is selected, handover delay is sequential
(that is, in numerical order from lowest to highest). If
the sequence is broken before the Entry Time
expires, an alarm occurs. If this option is not selected,
handover delay follows the entry path if a Delay Zone
is activated first. Refer to Section 14.3.1 Zone Types on
page 55 for more information about Handover Zones.
18.4
System Options 4
Program the selected System Options 4 in
Location 427.
The default value is 0.
The options are:
1 – Panel Powers Up Disarmed
If this option is selected, the control panel starts in the
disarmed state when the battery and AC mains are
reconnected after power is removed from the system.
The MAINS indicator stops flashing when the AC
mains supply is restored for longer than 2 min.
If this option is not selected, the system always starts
armed in AWAY Mode.
An AC Loss Restore Report is sent to the base station
receiver after the AC mains supply is restored
continuously for more than 2 min regardless of if this
option is selected.
2 – Arm/Disarm Tracking on Power Up
If selected, the control panel keeps its current armed
status in non-volatile memory. If the control panel is
restarted due to a power failure, the control panel
returns to being armed or disarmed as it was before
the power failed.
Example
If the system is disarmed when power is removed
from the system, the system returns to the disarmed
state when power is reapplied to the system.
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4 – Internal Crystal Keeps Time
If this option is selected, the control panel uses the
internal crystal (XTAL) to track time. This option is
useful in countries that do not have a constant mains
frequency. If this option is not selected, the control
panel uses the mains frequency as a time base to keep
time.
8 – Night Arm Station, or RE005/E Installed
Select this option to use the RE005/E 2-Channel
Radio Interface, or the CP105A Night Arm Station.
This option enables any of these three accessories to
operate the control panel. User Code 16 is used to
send Open and Close Reports when you use any of
these accessories.
18.5
Consumer Options 1
Program the selected Consumer Options 1 in
Location 428.
The default value is 0.
The options are:
1 – Test Reports Only When Armed
If this option is selected, Test Reports (Contact ID
Event Code 602) are only sent when the system is
armed. It is no longer necessary to send a Test Report
with an Opening and Closing Report every day.
Most commercial premises are open during the
working week, so a Test Report is not necessary
because Open and Close Reports are sent at the
programmed time. If you want to manually send a
Test Report, press and hold [9] until two beeps sound.
Refer to Section 15.21 Test Reporting Time on page 63
to set the desired Test Report Time. To set the first
Test Report, refer to Section 6.1.1 Set the Number of
Days until the First Test Report on page 27.
2 – Test Report after Siren Reset
Select this option to force the control panel to send a
Test Report after the siren resets. This can be used to
indicate to the monitoring station that the control
panel itself was not tampered with during the alarm
period.
4 – Auto Arm in STAY Mode 1
Select this option if automatic arming in STAY Mode
1 is preferred to automatic arming in AWAY Mode.
Program the time the control panel automatically
arms itself in Locations 414 to 417 (refer to Section
17.12 Auto Arming Time on page 72). Set the Auto
Arming Pre-Alert Time in Location 413 (refer to
Section 17.11 on page 72).
8 – STAY Indicator Shows Day Alarm Status
If this option is selected, the STAY indicator flashes
once every 3 sec when Day Alarm is enabled.
Specify Day Alarm zones in Location 265 (refer to
Section 14.1 Day Alarm Information on page 53).
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You can turn Day Alarm on and off by holding down
[4] for 2 sec. Three beeps indicate Day Alarm is
turned on and two beeps indicate Day Alarm is
turned off. Refer to Section 14.1.3 Day Alarm Operation
on page 53 for more information.
18.6
Consumer Options 2
Program the selected Consumer Options 2 in
Location 429.
The default value is 2.
The options are:
1 – Codepad Display Turn off after 60 Sec
If this option is selected, all indicators on the remote
codepad display turn off if a button is not pressed for
60 sec. The indicators lights again when there is an
alarm (except a silent alarm), when a button is
pressed on the codepad, when the AC mains fail
beeps, or if the Entry Timer is activated.
2 – Single Button Arming Allowed
If this option is selected, the hold-down functions for
arming in AWAY Mode, STAY Mode 1 and STAY
Mode 2 are functional. Refer to Section 6.3 Hold-Down
Functions on page 37 for more information.
4 – Single Button Disarming Allowed
This option operates only when Option 2 in this
location is also selected. This option allows holddown functions for disarming from STAY Mode 1
and STAY Mode 2. Refer to Section 6.3 Hold-Down
Functions on page 37 for more information.
8 – Alarm Memory Reset on Disarm
If this option is selected, the alarm events memory
clears from the remote codepad when the system is
disarmed. If this option is not selected, the system
must be armed and disarmed again to clear alarm
memory from the remote codepad.
18.7
Consumer Options 3
Program the selected Consumer Options 3 in
Location 430.
The default value is 5.
The options are:
1 – Codepad Fault Alarms Beep
If this option is selected, the FAULT indicator flashes
and the codepad beeps once every minute until the
user acknowledges a system fault. To acknowledge a
new fault and stop the codepad from beeping once
every minute, press [AWAY].
If this option is not selected, only the codepad
FAULT indicator flashes when a new fault occurs and
the codepad does not beep once every minute.
2 – Digit 3 for Codepad Duress Instead of 9
If this option is selected, a user can add 3 (instead of a
9) to the code used to disarm the system to activate a
Duress Alarm.
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Optional Equipment
4 – Alarms Activate Sirens and Strobe Outputs in
STAY Modes 1 and 2
Figure 10: WE800E Wireless ON/OFF Interface
Select this option if audible alarms are required when
the system is armed in STAY Mode 1 or 2.
18.8
Radio Input Options
Program the selected Radio Input Options in
Location 431.
The default value is 0.
The options are:
1 – Radio Receiver (WE800E)
Select this option to use the WE800E 433 MHz RF
Receiver for remote operations using radio remote
hand-held transmitters.
2 – Latching Keyswitch Input
Selecting this option allows you to connect a latching
keyswitch to the P5 terminals D and GND to
remotely arm and disarm the system in AWAY
Mode.
3 – Momentary Keyswitch Input
Selecting this option allows you to connect a
momentary keyswitch to the P5 terminals D and
GND to remotely arm and disarm the system in
AWAY Mode.
19.0 Optional Equipment
Bosch Security Systems, Inc. manufactures a number
of accessories that can be used with the ICP-CC404
Control Panel. These optional pieces of equipment
enhance certain features making the system extremely
flexible.
19.1
RE012E/RE013E 2-Channel/
4-Channel Hand-Held Transmitters
433 MHz
These hand-held radio transmitters can be used with
the RE005E 433 MHz RF Receiver to operate the
system remotely. Both hand-held transmitters can
remotely arm and disarm the system in AWAY Mode
or STAY Mode 1 and can activate remote Panic
Alarms. The four-channel hand-held transmitter can
also operate outputs such as garage doors, swimming
pool pumps, or outside lights.
19.2
WE800E 433 MHz RF Receiver
This interface allows the use of up to eight radio User
Codes (9 to 16). This is useful if you want the system
to be radio controlled and you would like to give
your customer total control using a radio hand-held
remote transmitter.
1 – Direct link cable
2 – Receiver interface connection
3 – Wireless ON/OFF Interface
4 – Red
5 – Black
6 – Termination for phone line
7 – Socket for telecom lead connection
19.3
RE005E Two-Channel Radio
Interface
The two-channel radio interface allows customers to
operate Control Panels remotely and to control two
on-board relays. The interface can be used as a standalone receiver, independent of a Control Panel, used
solely for remote control of external devices
connected to the two on-board relays.
The interface’s operating frequency is 433 MHz with
the ability to store up to 120 radio remote codes.
Connect the interface to a Control Panel using a
three-wire connection in parallel with the codepad
and select Option 8 in Location 427 (refer to Section
18.4 System Options 4 on page 74).
19.4
CC891 Programming Key
The programming key copies and stores all
information programmed in your control panel. The
programming key can hold all your common
configuration data such as monitoring station
telephone numbers and zone reporting channels.
19.5
CC816 Alarm Link Software
This software can program the ICP-CC404 Control
Panel by either the direct link or remote connect
methods. This software can access all options and
features and maintain history and service reports.
Program options to use this feature in Location 180
(refer to Section 8.2 Alarm Link Options on page 40).
Refer to Section 8.0 Alarm Link Software on page 39 for
more information on using Alarm Link Software.
19.6
CP5 Eight Zone LED Codepad
(CP508W)
This codepad operates with the range of control
panels. It provides indications for up to eight zones.
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19.7
CP5 Eight Zone LCD Codepad
(CP508LW)
This codepad operates with the range of control
panels. This codepad has a fixed icon display and
provides indications for up to eight zones.
19.8
CP105A Night Arm Station
The night arm station has a panic button and allows
the user to arm and disarm the system in STAY
Mode 1 from a bedroom or sitting room. Enable the
night arm station to operate with the system by
selecting Option 8 in Location 427 (refer to Section
18.4 System Options 4 on page 74).
19.9
PS101 Power Supply Module
The PS101 Power Supply Module provides 13.8 VDC
at currents up to 1 A. Use the module with the TF008
18 VAC plug pack.
The module provides standard, fully short-circuit
proof, power out, and battery charging terminals, and
a DC LED indicator. If the application requires an
uninterruptible power supply, a rechargeable sealed
lead-acid battery can be installed. If there is a mains
failure, the power supply switches to battery power
without interrupting the supply to the load.
19.10 TF008 Plug Pack (TF008)
The TF008 plug pack is used with control panels. The
plug pack includes built-in thermal fuses that blow
during overload or fault conditions to eliminate a
possible fire threat due to excessive heat buildup
inside the casing.
The plug pack incorporates a three-wire flying lead
that enables a mains earth connection between the
equipment and the plug pack. This connection might
be required for lightning protection on equipment
connected to phone lines or for safety reasons such as
earthing of metal enclosures.
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Terminals and Descriptions
20.0 Terminals and Descriptions
20.1
Terminal Descriptions
Table 64:
Terminal
EARTH
18 VAC
+BATTERY
–BATTERY
GND
+12V
CLK
DATA
STR
OUT 1
+COM
COMM
N/O
+12V
Z4
Z3
+12V
GND
Z2
Z1
+12V
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Terminal Descriptions
Description
Connect this terminal to the green wire on the TF008 Plug Pack that is internally connected
to mains earth. Because extensive lightning protection is built into the control panel, this
terminal must be connected correctly to take advantage of this protection.
These two terminals are plug-on type, and are the termination point for the TF008 Plug Pack.
To ensure correct operation, the voltage of the plug pack must be 18 VAC to 22 VAC at 1.3
A (minimum).
The +BATTERY terminal connects to the red positive terminal of the battery and the –
BATTERY terminal connects to the black negative terminal of the battery. The battery should
be a 12 VDC sealed lead-acid rechargeable type with a capacity from 1.2 Ah to 6.5 Ah. The
battery is protected by a 2.5 A PTC.
The charging globe situated above the 2.5 A PTC lights until the battery is 100% charged.
This group of terminals provides the connection points for the system codepads. Connect all
system codepads in parallel back to these terminals. The only factor restricting the number of
codepads you can connect is the available power and its distribution. Because each
codepad has a maximum power requirement of 60 mA with all indicators lit, consider this in
calculating your available continuous power. The total continuous external load cannot
exceed 1 A.
These terminals are the output terminals. You can configure the outputs to any combination
of the functions available through the system programming options. You can use them for a
variety of functions with considerable flexibility. All outputs have a common +12 VDC terminal
and each output can sink up to 400 mA. By default, Output 1 operates a horn speaker.
This group of terminals is protected by the solid-state Integrated Protection System (IPS). IPS
tolerates abuse or incorrect wiring. Each open collector output does not use any current, but
can provide up to 400 mA.
These relay contacts are fully programmable similar to the strobe and Output 1. By default,
they are alarm output (Sirens Running – Output Event Type 1,15).
The NO contact is the connection point for the positive side of a DC siren, such as a piezo
screamer. The negative side of the DC siren connects to the GND terminal. The PCB
provides a link (JP2) to connect the COM terminal to either GND or +12 V. Connect this link
to +12 V as shown in Figure 11 on page 81. The relay is rated at 1 A at 30 VDC.
Use these terminals for Zones 3 and 4. The common terminal is +12V. Connect all normallyclosed contacts in series with the EOL resistor and connect all normally-open contacts in
parallel with the EOL resistor. The function of the zones and their response times are
configured using the system programming options. If split EOL is programmed, 24-Hour
Zones or Keyswitch Zones connected in parallel to Zones 3 and 4 act as Zones 7 and 8.
Use these two terminals to provide power to detectors and other equipment. They are
protected by the 1 A PTC.
Use these terminals for Zones 1 and 2. The common terminal is +12V. Connect all normallyclosed contacts in series with the EOL resistor and connect all normally-open contacts in
parallel with the EOL resistor. The function of the zones and their response times are
configured using the system programming options. If split EOL is programmed, 24-Hour
Zones or Keyswitch Zones connected in parallel to Zones 1 and 2 act as Zones 5 and 6.
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20.2
Glossary Of Terms
Table 65:
Glossary
Term
24-hour zone
alarm condition
answering machine
bypass
Armed (System ON)
automatic arming
automatic disarming
AWAY or #
AWAY Mode
codepad
day alarm
detector
dialer
disarmed
dual reporting
dynamic battery
testing
EDMSAT satellite
siren
entry delay
entry warning
exit delay
external equipment
force arming
hand-over delay
hand-held radio
remote control
lockout dialer
lockout siren
Description
A monitored input where tamper switches and emergency switches can be connected.
If one of these switches is violated at any time (whether the system is armed or
disarmed), an alarm is reported.
The status when an alarm system is armed and one of the detection devices is violated.
A 24-Hour zone (for example, a smoke detector) can activate when the system is
armed or disarmed.
A condition that enables connection with the control panel for remote arming or remote
programming operations when there is an answering machine or facsimile machine on
the same telephone line.
A status in which the system is ready to accept alarms.
Programming that allows the system to arm automatically at the same time each day in
AWAY Mode or STAY Mode 1.
Programming that allows the system to disarm automatically at the same time each day
in AWAY Mode or STAY Mode 1.
A codepad button used to execute any given command.
The mode used to arm your system when you leave your premises.
A device that allows you to perform all functions such as arming, disarming, and
programming of your alarm system.
Programming that allows a combination of zones to be monitored while the system is
disarmed.
A unit installed as a satellite component in a security system designed to detect an
intruder within a protected area. Some common forms of detection devices are passive
infrared, smoke, photo electric beams, reed switches, and vibration sensors.
An electronic device that uses tones or pulses to dial an electronic receiver such as a
monitoring station, mobile phone, or pocket pager. It uses the public switched
telephone network to send alarm or supervisory signals.
A system status that does not accept alarms, except for 24-hour zones.
Reporting that allows your control panel to transmit alarm signals in two different
reporting formats (for example, the control panel can transmit to a monitoring station
and to a mobile phone, or to two different monitoring stations).
A method used to monitor and test the condition of your backup battery.
A self-contained siren unit complete with flashing blue strobe light and a backup
battery that provides a higher level of security for an alarm system.
A programmed delay of the system alarm responses that allows a person to enter a
building through the entry door to turn the system off.
The beeping from a codepad during an entry delay as a reminder to disarm the system.
A programmed delay of the system alarm responses that allows a person to leave a
building after turning the system on.
Any device connected to a security system, such as a detector, codepad, or siren.
A method of overriding the safety feature that prevents arming with a faulted zone on a
control panel.
If a system is armed and Zone 1 is violated, the entry delay starts timing. If Zone 2 is
violated, the entry delay time is handed over to the Zone 2 and so on, to Zones 3 and
4. This is known as sequential hand-over delay.
A device used to arm and disarm a security system or to cause a panic alarm.
A dialer that activates only once per zone per arming cycle.
A siren that activates only once per zone per arming cycle.
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Table 65:
(continued)
Term
master code
monitoring station
panic
phone controller
remote radio user
code
sealed
sensor watch
silent alarm
STAY Mode 1
STAY Mode 2
telco arming
sequence
telco disarming
sequence
unsealed
user code
zone
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Terminals and Descriptions
Description
A numeric code used for arming and disarming the system, and for allowing access to
all functions available through the codepad.
A secure location where a digital receiver monitors a number of alarm systems and
deciphers their alarm transmission reports so the operator can advise the appropriate
authorities to take immediate action.
A condition or type of alarm in which the user requires either immediate police or
medical assistance.
A device used to arm a security system over the telephone line, and to acknowledge
domestic alarm reports.
A code used to arm and disarm a system from a remote location, using hand-held
transmitters (in AWAY Mode or STAY Mode 1). Remote panic alarms are also allowed.
Refers to a zone’s status. If a zone is sealed, the detection devices are not violated and
the zone indicator is not lit (that is, a reed switch is closed or a detector is on standby
waiting for an intrusion).
A feature that allows the control panel to recognize when detection devices might have
stopped working. Sensor watch monitors the operation of a zone over a programmed
time period.
An alarm that sounds only at a remote location, and gives no obvious local indication
that an alarm was sent out.
A condition that automatically isolates certain zones when the security system is armed
in this mode. Only the installer can program these zones.
A condition that automatically isolates certain zones when the security system is armed
in this mode. The Master Code holder can program these zones.
A feature that automatically diverts a telephone number to another telephone when a
security system is armed in AWAY Mode, the same as using call forwarding.
An automatic suspension of diverting of the telephone when the system is disarmed.
Refers to a zone’s status. If a zone is unsealed, the detection devices are violated and
the zone indicator is lit (that is, a reed switch is open or a detector noted an intrusion).
A numeric code used to arm and disarm the system.
A monitored input used to activate an alarm. A zone might be set up to activate an
alarm only when the system is armed or to operate whether the system is armed or
disarmed.
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20.3
Diagrams
Figure 11: ICP-CC404 Wiring Diagram
1 – 605 plug
2 – 6 (Red) Telecom line (street)
5 (Yellow) Internal phone line
3 and 4 Not used
2 (Black) Telecom line (street)
1 (Green) Internal phone line
3 – Zone 1
4 – Zone 5
5 – Zone 2
6 – Zone 6
7 – Power to external equipment:
12 V @ 400 mA
8 – PIR
9 – Zone 8
10 – Zone 4
11 – Zone 7
12 – Zone 3
13 – Piezo siren
14 – Smoke detector
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16 – Horn speaker
17 – Codepad
18 – Yellow
19 – Green
20 – Red
21 – Black
22 – Battery
23 – 18 VAC 1.3 A plug pack
(TF008)
24 – Link between +12 V and Comm
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Terminals and Descriptions
Figure 12: ICP-CC404 Component Overlay
1 – Socket for telecom lead connect
2 – Termination for phone line
OUT – internal phone line
IN – telecom line (street)
3 – Receiver interface connection
4 – Zone termination strip
5 – Output termination strip
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6–
7–
8–
9–
10 –
11 –
Battery input
Plug pack input (Bosch TF008)
Relay contact select
Default switch
Programming key
Auxiliary Module: direct link cable
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Figure 13: Telecom Connection Diagram for Australia
5
2
3
2
3
4
1
6
9
7
10
9
7
8
1–
2–
3–
4–
5–
6–
7–
Control panel
Red wire
Yellow wire
6P4C plug (top view)
605 plug
Internal phones
Green wire
8 – Telecom line
9 – Black wire
10 – 611 socket
1 (green): internal phone line
2 (black): telecom line (street)
3 and 4: not connected
5 (yellow): internal phone line
6 (red): telecom line (street)
Figure 14: Telecom Connection Diagram for New Zealand
1
2
3
4
5
6
9
1–
2–
3–
4–
5–
6–
8
7
Control panel
Black wire
Red wire
RJ45 plug (top view)
Internal phones
Telecom line
7–
8–
9–
(black): telecom line (street)
(green): internal phone line
(red): telecom line (street)
(yellow): internal phone line
Green wire
Yellow wire
Figure 15: Telecom Connection Diagram for China
6
1
2
3
4
5
7
10
9
8
1–
2–
3–
4–
5–
6–
7–
Control panel
Red wire
Black wire
4P4C plug (top view)
RJ12 plug (top view)
Telecom line
Internal phones
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Rear view of telephone plate
(green): internal phone line
(black): telecom line (street)
(yellow): internal phone line
(red): telecom line (street)
9 – Yellow wire
10 – Green wire
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Specifications
21.0 Specifications
Table 66:
Specifications
Temperature Range
Humidity
Power Source
Standby Current
Current Draw In Alarm
Current Draw In Alarm
with Codepad
Backup Battery
Dimensions (case,
packed in carton)
Weight
Supplier Code
New Zealand Telepermit
0oC to +45 oC
o
o
(+32 F to +113 F)
10% to 95%
TF008 Plug Pack –
240 VAC/18 VAC @ 1.3 A
65 mA
115 mA
105 mA
•
•
•
Warranty Statement
Bosch Security Systems, Inc. warrants this product to
be free from defects in material and workmanship for
a period of three years from the date of manufacture
as indicated by the date stamp or the serial number
on the product.
Defective units returned by the purchaser at their
own expense during this period will be repaired or
replaced at the option of the manufacturer. The repair
or replacement is free of charge provided that the
defects were not incurred during shipping or
handling, or the damage was not due to causes
beyond the control of Bosch Security Systems, Inc.,
such as lightning, excessive voltage, mechanical
shock, or damage arising out of abuse, alteration, or
improper application of the equipment.
21.2
•
6 Ah/12 VDC Rechargeable
sealed lead acid battery
30.6 cm x 26.2 cm x 8.4 cm
(12.1 in. x 10.3 in. x 3.3 in.)
2.5 kg (5.5 lb)
N771
PTC 211/98/085
The Austel permit issued for this product
is subject to the following conditions:
The ICP-CC404 Control Panel can only
be powered by a Bosch Security
Systems, Inc. TF008 Plug Pack (Approval
Number Q92128).
21.1
•
Advice to Users
The Austel permit issued for this product is subject to
this condition:
•
•
This equipment shall not be used in any manner
that could constitute a nuisance to other telecom
customers.
Disconnect this equipment immediately if it
becomes physically damaged and arrange for its
disposal or repair.
The transmit level from this device is set at a
fixed level, so there might be circumstances
where the performance is less than optimal.
Before reporting such occurrences as faults,
please check the line with a standard
telepermitted telephone and do not report a fault
if the telephone performance is satisfactory.
This device is equipped with pulse dialing while
the telecom standard is DTMF tone dialing.
There is no guarantee that telecom lines will
always continue to support pulse dialing.
Use of dialing, when this equipment is connected
to the same line as other equipment, can give rise
to bell tinkle or noise and can also cause a false
answer condition. If problems such as this occur,
the user should not contact the Telecom Faults
Service.
This equipment is set up to carry out test calls at
pre-determined times. These test calls interrupt
other calls that might be set up on the line at the
same time. Discuss the timing set for these test
calls with the installer.
The timing set for test calls from this equipment
may be subject to drift. If this proves to be
inconvenient and your calls are interrupted,
discuss the problem of timing with the equipment
installer. Do not report the matter as a fault to
Telecom Faults Service.
This equipment shall not be set up to make
automatic calls to the Telecom 111 Emergency
Service.
This equipment should not be used under any
circumstances that may constitute a nuisance to
other Telecom customers.
In the event of any problem with this device,
disconnect the system battery, AC mains supply,
and the telephone line. The user must arrange
with the supplier of the device for the necessary
repairs.
If the matter is reported to telecom as a wiring
fault and the fault is proven to be due to this
product, a call-out charge is incurred.
The ICP-CC404 Control Panel can only be powered
by a TF008 Plug Pack (Approval Number Q92128).
21.3
•
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New Zealand Telepermit Notes
The grant of a telepermit for a device does not
indicate telecom acceptance of responsibility for
the correct operation of the device under all
operating conditions.
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22.0 Programming Sheets
Location
Function
000 to 015
Phone Number 1 - Receiver 1
Options/Notes
0 = 10 and telephone termination = 0
anywhere else 0 = 0
Default/
Programming Entry
0000000000000000
Refer to page 46
016 to 031
Phone Number 2 - Receiver 1
0 = 10 and telephone termination = 0
anywhere else 0 = 0
0000000000000000
Refer to page 47
032
Handshake Tone – Receiver 1
Refer to page 47
033
Transmission Format –
Receiver 1
Refer to page 47
034 to 039
Subscriber ID Number – Receiver 1
Refer to page 47
040 to 055
Phone Number 1 - Receiver 2
1 HI-LO handshake (contact ID)
2 1400 Hz (Ademco TX @ 1900 Hz)
3 2300 Hz (Sescoa TX @ 1800 Hz)
4 No handshake
5 Pager
1
1 Contact ID
2 4 + 2 express
3 FSK 300 baud
4 Domestic
5 Basic pager
7 Reserved
1
Right justified
000000
0 = 10 and telephone termination = 0
anywhere else 0 = 0
0000000000000000
0 = 10 and telephone termination = 0
anywhere else 0 = 0
0000000000000000
Refer to page 46
056 to 071
Phone Number 2 - Receiver 2
Refer to page 47
072
Handshake Tone – Receiver 2
Refer to page 47
073
Transmission Format –
Receiver 2
Refer to page 47
1 HI-LO handshake (contact ID)
2 1400 Hz (Ademco TX @ 1900 Hz)
3 2300 Hz (Sescoa TX @ 1800 Hz)
4 No handshake
5 Pager
1
1 Contact ID
2 4 + 2 express
3 FSK 300 baud
4 Domestic
5 Basic pager
7 Reserved
1
Right justified
074 to 079
Subscriber ID Number – Receiver 2
Refer to page 47
1 Australian DTMF
080
2 Australian decadic
Dialing Format
3 Alternate DTMF and Australian
Refer to page 48
decadic
081 to 112
Reserved
000000
4 International DTMF
5 Reversed decadic
6 Alternate DTMF and reversed decadic
1
113 to 142
Telco Arming Sequence (Call Forward On)
Refer to page 48
000000000000000
000000000000000
143 to 158
Telco Disarm Sequence (Call Forward Off)
0000000000000000
Refer to page 48
159 to 174
Call Back Telephone Number
0 = 10 and telephone termination = 0
anywhere else 0 = 0
0000000000000000
Refer to page 49
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Location
Function
175
Ring Count
Refer to page 49
Programming Sheets
Options/Notes
0
Control panel does not answer
1 to 13 Number of rings until control panel answers
14
Answering machine bypass 2
15
Answering machine bypass 1
1 Display FAULT indicator when telephone line fails
2 Sound alarm when system arms
4 Sound alarm when system disarms
176
Telephone Line Fail Options
Refer to page 49
Options 2 and 4 must be used with Option 1 (for example, program 1, 3, 5, or 7).
1 Dialer reporting functions allowed
177
2 Remote arming by telephone allowed
Dialer Options 1
4 Answering machine bypass only when armed
Refer to page 50
8 Bell 103 used for FSK format (Disabled = CCITT V21)
1 Open/Close Reports only if previous alarm
178
2 Open/Close Reports for STAY Mode 1 and STAY Mode 2
Dialer Options 2
4 Delay siren until transmission complete
Refer to page 50
8 Extend handshake wait time from 30 sec to 60 sec
1 Set DTMF dialing pulses to 1 digit/sec
179
2 Reserved
Dialer Options 3
4 Change decadic dialing to 60/40
Refer to page 51
8 Reserved
1 Upload/download allowed
180
2 Call back phone number required for upload/download
Alarm Link Options
4 Exit from upload/download connection on alarm
Refer to page 40
8 External modem module (CC811) required
181 to 184
Installer Code
Refer to page 51
86
Default/
Programming Entry
8
0
9
0
0
3
1 2 3 4
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Location
Function
185 to 264
User Codes
Refer to page 51
Default/
Programming Entry
Options/Notes
The fifth location in each user code is the authority level:
0 Arm/disarm
1 Arm only
2 Arm/disarm and open/close reports
3 Arm only and close reports
4 Arm/disarm and code required to isolate
6 Arm/disarm and open/close reports and code required to isolate
8 Master code and arm/disarm
10 Master code and arm/disarm and open/close reports
12 Master code and arm/disarm and code required to isolate
14 Master code and arm/disarm and code required to isolate and open/close reports
2 5 8 0 10
15 15 15 15 2
User #01 (185 to 189)
RF User #09 (225 to 229)
15 15 15 15 2
15 15 15 15 2
User #02 (190 to 194)
RF User #10 (230 to 234)
15 15 15 15 2
15 15 15 15 2
User #03 (195 to 199)
RF User #11 (235 to 239)
15 15 15 15 2
15 15 15 15 2
User #04 (200 to 204)
RF User #12 (240 to 244)
15 15 15 15 2
15 15 15 15 2
User #05 (205 to 209)
RF User #13 (245 to 249)
15 15 15 15 2
15 15 15 15 2
RF User #14 (250 to 254)
User #06 (210 to 214)
15 15 15 15 2
15 15 15 15 2
User #07 (215 to 219)
RF User #15 (255 to 259)
0 15 15 15 3
15 15 15 15 2
User #08 (220 to 224)
1 Zone 1
2 Zone 2
265
Day Alarm Zones
Refer to page 53
266
EOL Resistor Value
Refer to page 53
RF User #16 (260 to 264)
0
1
2
3
No EOL
1K
1K5
2K2
4
5
6
7
3K3
3K9
4K7
5K6
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8 Zone 4
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9
10
11
6K8
10K
12K
22K
12 Reserved
13 Reserved
14 Reserved
15 Split EOL (3K3/6K8) : Four
burglary zones and four 24-hr zones
0
15
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Location
Function
267 to 322
Zone Definitions
Refer to page 54
Zone #01
(267 to 273)
Zone #02
(274 to 280)
Zone #03
(281 to 287)
Zone #04
(288 to 294)
Programming Sheets
Options/Notes
2 0 0 1 14 1 1
(Delay 1)
1 0 0 1 14 1 1
(Handover)
1 0 0 1 14 1 1
(Handover)
0 0 0 1 14 1 1
(Instant)
Zone #05
(295 to 301)
Zone #06
(302 to 308)
Zone #07
(309 to 315)
Default/
Programming Entry
12 0 0 1 12 1 1
(Fixed 24-hr burglary)
12 0 0 1 12 1 1
(Fixed 24-hr burglary)
13 0 0 1 12 1 1
(Fixed 24-hr fire)
Zone #08
(316 to 322)
The first location (from the left) of the zone definition is the Zone Type. The options are:
12
8 24-hour hold-up
4 Reserved
0 Instant
13
9 24-hour tamper
5 Reserved
1 Handover
14
10 Reserved
6 24-hour medical
2 Delay 1
15
11 Keyswitch
7 24-hour panic
3 Delay 2
9 0 0 1 12 1 1
(Fixed Tamper)
24-hour burglary
24-hour fire
Chime
Not used
The second location of the zone definition is the Zone Pulse Count. Use the pulse count to program the
number of pulses (0 to 15) that must register within the pulse count time to activate an alarm.
The third location (from the left) of the zone definition is the Zone Pulse Count Time. The options are:
20 ms Loop Response Time:
150 ms Loop Response Time:
12 60 sec
8 20 sec
4 4 sec
0 0.5 sec
13 90 sec
9 30 sec
5 5 sec
1 1 sec
14 120 sec
10 40 sec
6 10 sec
2 2 sec
15 200 sec
11 50 sec
7 15 sec
3 3 sec
The fourth location of the zone definition is the Zone Options 1 parameter. The options are:
1 Lockout siren/dialer
4 Silent alarm
2 Delay Alarm Report
8 Sensor watch
The fifth location of the zone definition is the Zone Options 2 parameter. The options are:
1 Isolated in STAY Mode 1
4 Forced arming allowed
2 Zone isolation allowed
8 Zone Restore Report allowed
The sixth location of the zone definition is the Report Code. The options are:
0 Do not send Zone Alarm Reports
1 Send Zone Alarm Reports
The seventh location of the zone definition is the Zone Dialer Options parameter. The options are:
4 Report to both Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
0 No Zone Reports allowed
8 Report to Receiver 2 only if Receiver 1
1 Report to Receiver 1
fails
2 Report to Receiver 2
The keyswitch zone options replace Zone Options 1 for zones programmed to operate as keyswitch
zones (Zone Type = 11). The options are:
8 Momentary arm and disarm in AWAY
0 Latching arm and disarm in AWAY Mode
Mode
1 Latching arm in AWAY Mode
9 Momentary arm In AWAY Mode
2 Latching disarm from AWAY Mode or
10 Momentary disarm from AWAY Mode or
STAY Mode
STAY Mode
4 Latching arm and disarm in STAY Mode
12 Momentary arm and disarm in STAY Mode
5 Latching arm in STAY Mode
13 Momentary arm in STAY Mode
6 Latching disarm from STAY Mode
14 Momentary disarm from STAY Mode
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Location
Function
323
Swinger Shutdown Count for Siren
Refer to page 59
1 to 15 Number of times siren operates until lockout
Default/
Programming Entry
3
1 to 15 Number of times dialer operates until lockout
6
Options/Notes
324
Swinger Shutdown Count for Dialer
Refer to page 59
325 Zone Bypass Report
326 Zone Bypass Restore Report
Refer to page 60
9 8
327 Zone Trouble Report
328 Zone Trouble Restore Report
Refer to page 60
2 3
329 Sensor Watch Report
330 Sensor Watch Restore Report
Refer to page 60
4 5
14
331
Zone Alarm Restore Code
Refer to page 60
332
Zone Status Reporting Options
Refer to page 61
0
1
2
4
8
No Zone Status Reports allowed
Report to Receiver 1
Report to Receiver 2
Report to both Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
Report to Receiver 2 only if Receiver 1 fails
1
11 12
333 Open Report
334 Close Report
Refer to page 61
335
Open/Close Reporting Options
Refer to page 61
0
1
2
4
8
No Open/Close Reports allowed
Report to Receiver 1
Report to Receiver 2
Report to both Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
Report to Receiver 2 only if Receiver 1 fails
1
6
336
Codepad Duress Report
Refer to page 61
337 to 338
Codepad Panic Report
=890-Refer to page 61
Location 337: tens digit
Location 338: units digit
7 15
339 to 340
Codepad Fire Report
Refer to page 61
Location 339: tens digit
Location 340: units digit
7 14
341 to 342
Codepad Medical Report
Refer to page 62
Location 341: tens digit
Location 342: units digit
7 13
343
Codepad Reporting Options
Refer to page 62
0
1
2
4
8
No Codepad Alarm Reports allowed
Report to Receiver 1
Report to Receiver 2
Report to both Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
Report to Receiver 2 only if Receiver 1 fails
1
344 to 345
System Status – AUX Power Supply Fail Report
Refer to page 62
Location 344: tens digit
Location 345: units digit
10 3
346 to 347
System Status – AUX Power Supply Fail Restore
Report
Refer to page 62
348 to 349
System Status – AC Fail Report
Refer to page 62
Location 346: tens digit
Location 347: units digit
10 8
Location 348: tens digit
Location 349: units digit
10 2
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Programming Sheets
Location
Function
350 to 351
System Status – AC Fail Restore Report
Refer to page 62
Options/Notes
Default/
Programming Entry
Location 350: tens digit
10 7
Location 351: units digit
352 to 353
System Status – Low Battery Report
Refer to page 62
Location 352: tens digit
Location 353: units digit
10 1
354 to 355
System Status – Low Battery Restore Report
Refer to page 63
Location 354: tens digit
Location 355: units digit
10 6
Location 356: Code retry limit (0 = unlimited)
6 7 12
356 to 358
Location 357: tens digit
System Status – Access Denied (Code Retry)
Location 358: units digit
Refer to page 63
0 No System Status Reports allowed
1
359
System Status Reporting Options 1 Report to Receiver 1
2 Report to Receiver 2
Refer to page 63
4 Report to both Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
8 Report to Receiver 2 only if Receiver 1 fails
Location 360: Hour of day (tens digit)
0 0 0 0 7 1 0
360 to 366
Location 361: Hour of day (units digit)
Test Report Time (Automatic)
Location 362: Minute of day (tens digit)
Refer to page 63
Location 363: Minute of day (units digit)
Location 364: Test Report (tens digit)
Location 365: Test Report (units digit)
Location 366: Repeat interval in days
0 No Test Reports allowed
1
367
1 Report to Receiver 1
Test Reporting Dialer Options
2 Report to Receiver 2
Refer to page 64
4 Report to both Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
8 Report to Receiver 2 only if Receiver 1 fails
1 14 0 0 0 0
1 15 1 0 0 0
368 to 397
Output 1
Relay Output
(Horn speaker)
(Sirens running)
Outputs
(368 to 373)
(386 to 391)
Refer to page 64
Output 2
(374 to 379)
Strobe Output
(380 to 385)
2 7 10 2 1 3
(Fire alarm with verification)
Codepad Buzzer
(392 to 397)
0 13 2 1 0 1
(Entry/exit plus day alarm)
6 0 6 4 0 8
(Strobe – reset after 8 hr)
The first two locations (from the left) of the output definition provide the Event Code. For a complete list
of the Output Event Codes, refer to Section 16.2 Output Event Types on page 65.
The third location of the output definition is the output polarity. The options are:
8 Normally low, going open
0 Disabled
9 Normally low, pulsing open
1 Normally open, going low
10 Normally low, one shot open
2 Normally open, pulsing low
11 Normally low, one shot open (can restart)
3 Normally open, one shot low
12 Normally low, one shot open (can reset)
4 Normally open, one shot low (can restart)
13 Normally low, one shot open (alarm)
5 Normally open, one shot low (can reset)
14 Normally low, latching open
6 Normally open, one shot low (alarm)
7 Normally open, latching low
The fourth location of the output definition is the time base. The options are:
1 200 ms
3 1 min
2 1 sec
4 1 hr
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Location
Function
368 to 397
Outputs
(continued)
Default/
Programming Entry
The fifth and sixth locations of the output definition provide the time base multiplier. Enter a value between
01 and 99.
One Shot Mode
When you program the output polarity as one shot, the time base is multiplied by the time base multiplier.
For example, if the time base = 2 and the multiplier = 05, the output operates for 5 sec.
Pulsing Mode
When you program the output polarity as pulsing, the time base becomes the ON time and the multiplier
becomes the OFF time. The OFF time is the time base, which is multiplied by the multiplier. For example,
if you want the output to pulse 1 sec ON and 5 sec OFF, you would program time base as 2 and the
multiplier as 5.
Location 398: increments of 1 sec (0 to 15 sec)
4 1
398 to 399
Location 399: increments of 16 sec (0 to 240 sec)
Entry Time 1
Refer to page 70
Location 400: increments of 1 sec (0 to 15 sec)
8 2
400 to 401
Location 401: increments of 16 sec (0 to 240 sec)
Entry Time 2
Refer to page 71
Location 402: increments of 1 sec (0 to 15 sec)
12 3
402 to 403
Location 403: increments of 16 sec (0 to 240 sec)
Exit Time (AWAY/STAY Modes)
Refer to page 71
Location 404: increments of 1 sec (0 to 15 sec)
0 0
404 to 405
Location 405: increments of 16 sec (0 to 240 sec)
Entry Guard Time for STAY Mode
Refer to page 71
Location 406: increments of 1 sec (0 to 15 sec)
0 0
406 to 407
Location 407: increments of 16 sec (0 to 240 sec)
Delay Alarm Report Time
Refer to page 71
Location 408: increments of days (tens digit)
0 0
408 to 409
Location 409: increments of days (units digit)
Sensor Watch Time
Refer to page 71
0
No lockout
0
410
1 to 15 Increments of 10 sec (10 sec to 150 sec)
Codepad Lockout Time
Refer to page 71
0
No siren time
5
411
1 to 15 Increments of 1 min (1 min to 15 min)
Siren Run Time
Refer to page 71
0 to 15 (slowest to fastest frequency)
7
412
Siren Sound Rate
Refer to page 71
0
No pre-alert time
1
413
1 to 15 Increments of 5 min (5 min to 75 min)
Auto Arming Pre-Alert Time
Refer to page 71
Location 414: Hour of day (tens digit)
0 0 0 0
414 to 417
Location 415: Hour of day (units digit)
Auto Arming Time
Location 416: Minute of day (tens digit)
Refer to page 72
Location 417: Minute of day (units digit)
Location 418: Hour of day (tens digit)
0 0 0 0
418 to 421
Location 419: Hour of day (units digit)
Auto Disarming Time
Location 420: Minute of day (tens digit)
Refer to page 72
Location 421: Minute of day (units digit)
0 to 15 Increments of 500 ms (500 ms to 8 sec)
3
422
Kiss-Off Wait Time
Refer to page 72
423
Reserved
424
System Options 1
Refer to page 73
Options/Notes
0
1
2
4
8
Bosch smart lockout allowed
Horn speaker monitor
Strobe indication for radio arm/disarm
Horn speaker beeps for radio arm/disarm
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Location
Function
425
System Options 2
Refer to page 73
426
System Options 3
Refer to page 74
427
System Options 4
Refer to page 74
428
Consumer Options 1
Refer to page 75
429
Consumer Options 2
Refer to page 75
430
Consumer Options 3
Refer to page 75
431
Radio Input Options
Refer to page 76
Programming Sheets
Options/Notes
1
2
4
8
1
2
4
8
1
2
4
8
1
2
4
8
1
2
4
8
1
2
4
8
1
2
3
4
Default/
Programming Entry
0
Codepad panic to be silent
Codepad fire to be silent
Codepad medical to be silent
Access denied (code retries) to be silent
AC fail after 1 hr (disabled = after 2 min)
Ignore AC fail
Pulse count handover allowed
Handover delay to be sequential
Control panel to power up disarmed (if power reset)
Arm/disarm tracking on power up
Internal crystal to keep time
Night arm station, or RE005E installed
Test reports only when armed
Test report after siren reset
Auto arm in STAY Mode 1
STAY indicator to display day alarm status
Codepad display extinguish after 60 sec
Single button arming allowed (AWAY/STAY Modes 1 and 2)
Single button disarming allowed (STAY Modes 1 and 2)
Alarm memory reset on disarm
Codepad fault beeps allowed
Use digit 3 for codepad duress alarm (instead of digit 9)
Alarms activate sirens and strobe outputs in STAY Modes 1 and 2
Reserved
Radio receiver (WE800E)
Latching keyswitch input
Momentary keyswitch input
Reserved
8
0
0
2
5
0
466 to 513
Domestic Telephone Numbers
Refer to page 41
748 to 749
Reserved
750 to 781
Country Codes
Refer to page 93
900
Default Options
Refer to page 15
901 to 904
System Time
Refer to page 72
905 to 910
System Date
Refer to page 72
92
Location 750: Country Code (tens digit)
Location 751: Country Code (units digit)
0 Defaulting system allowed
15 Defaulting system disabled
Location 901: Hour of day (tens digit)
Location 902: Hour of day (units digit)
Location 903: Minute of day (tens digit)
Location 904: Minute of day (units digit)
Location 905: Day of the month (tens digit)
Location 906: Day of the month (units digit)
Location 907: Month of the year (tens digit)
Location 908: Month of the year (units digit)
Location 909: Current year (tens digit)
Location 910: Current year (units digit)
0 2
0
0 0 0 0
0 1 0 1 0 1
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22.1 Country Codes
The PSTN provides a programmable line interface to meet international telephone line requirements. This
program meets various country PTT standards.
Country
Code
Country
Code
Country
Code
Country
Code
Country
Code
Argentina
01
Poland
41
Liechtenstein
63
Gabon
65
Papua New
Guinea
65
Gambia
65
Paraguay
65
Ghana
65
Rwanda
65
65
St. Lucia
65
Samoa
Eastern
San Marino
65
Australia
02
Portugal
42
Austria
03
Romania
43
Afghanistan
65
Belgium
04
Russian
Federation
44
Albania
65
Brazil
05
45
Andorra
65
Grenada
65
Bulgaria
06
Saudi
Arabia
Serbia and
Montenegro
46
Angola
65
Guatemala
65
Canada
07
Singapore
47
Antigua and
Barbuda
65
Guinea
65
Sao Tome
and Principe
65
65
China
08
Slovakia
48
Azerbaijan
65
Guyana
65
Saint Vincent
65
Colombia
09
Slovenia
49
Bahamas
65
Haiti
65
Senegal
65
Croatia
10
South Africa
50
Bangladesh
65
Vatican
65
Seychelles
65
Cyprus
11
Spain
51
Barbados
65
Honduras
65
Sierra Leone
65
Czech
Republic
12
Sweden
52
Belize
65
Iran
65
Solomon Is
65
Denmark
13
Switzerland
53
Benin
65
Iraq
65
Somali
65
Egypt
14
Taiwan,
China
54
Bhutan
65
Ivory Coast
65
Sri Lanka
65
Bolivia
65
Jamaica
65
Sudan
65
65
Kenya
65
Suriname
65
Estonia
15
Thailand
55
Finland
16
Turkey
56
France
17
United
Kingdom
57
Botswana
65
Kiribati
65
Swaziland
65
Germany
18
United
States
58
Brunei
65
Kuwait
65
Tajikistan
65
Greece
19
Venezuela
59
Burkina-faso
65
Laos
65
Tanzania
65
Hong Kong,
PRC
20
Vietnam
60
Burma
65
Lesotho
65
Togo
65
Hungary
21
Burundi
65
Liberia
65
Tuvalu
65
India
22
Armenia
62
Cambodia
65
Libya
65
Uganda
65
Indonesia
23
Belarus
62
Cameroon
65
Madagascar
65
65
65
Ireland
24
Georgia
62
Cape Verde
65
Malawi
65
United Arab
Emirates
Uruguay
Italy
25
Jordan
62
Central African
Republic
65
Maldives
65
Uzbekistan
65
Vanuatu
65
Japan
26
Kazakhstan
62
Chad
65
Mali
65
Korea, South
27
Kyrgyzstan
62
Chile
65
Marshall
Islands
65
65
Latvia
28
Moldova
62
Comoros
65
Mauritania
Lithuania
29
Oman
62
Congo
65
Mauritius
65
Luxembourg
30
Pakistan
62
Costa Rica
65
Micronesia
65
Macedonia
31
Qatar
62
Cuba
65
Monaco
65
Malaysia
32
Syria
62
Djibouti
65
Mongolia
65
Malta
33
Ukraine
62
Dominica Rep.
65
Mozambique
65
East Timor
65
Namibia
65
Algeria
63
Ecuador
65
Nauru
65
Mexico
34
Netherlands
35
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Country
Code
Country
Code
Country
Code
Country
Code
New Zealand
36
Bahrain
63
El Salvador
65
Nepal
65
Nigeria
37
French
Polynesia
63
Equatorial Gui
nea
65
Nicaragua
65
Norway
38
Iceland
63
Eritrea
65
Niger
65
Peru
39
Israel
63
Ethiopia
65
Palau
65
Philippines
40
Lebanon
63
Fiji
65
Panama
65
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Index
2-Channel Hand Held Transmitter Operations
Arming In AWAY Mode .............................................. 25
Arming In STAY Mode 1 ............................................. 25
Disarming From AWAY Mode.................................... 25
Disarming From STAY Mode 1................................... 26
4-Channel Hand Held Transmitter Operations
Arming In AWAY Mode .............................................. 26
Arming In STAY Mode 1 ............................................. 26
Disarming From AWAY Mode.................................... 26
Disarming From STAY Mode 1................................... 26
Turning Remote Output 1 Off ..................................... 27
Turning Remote Output 1 On...................................... 27
Turning Remote Output 2 Off ..................................... 27
Turning Remote Output 2 On...................................... 27
AC Mains
Fail In 1 Hour ................................................................. 73
Ignore Fail Indication .................................................... 73
AC Mains Failure................................................................ 24
Access Codes
Installer Code.................................................................. 50
User Codes ...................................................................... 50
Access Denied To Be Silent .............................................. 73
Adding User Codes ............................................................ 35
Alarm Link
Direct Connect................................................................ 40
Enable Alarm Link Call Back....................................... 40
Initiate Modem Call....................................................... 38
Remote Connect With Call Back Verification ........... 39
Remote Connect With Customer Control .................. 39
Remote Connect Without Call Back Verification ..... 39
Terminate Session If Report Pending.......................... 40
Alarm Link Software .......................................................... 76
Answering Machine Bypass............................................... 48
Arming
In AWAY Mode............................................................. 18
In STAY Mode 1......................................................19, 37
In STAY Mode 2......................................................20, 37
Auto Arm In STAY Mode 1 ............................................. 74
Automatic Stepping Of Locations .................................... 13
AWAY Indicator...........................................................16, 17
AWAY Mode
Arming ............................................................................. 18
Disarming ........................................................................ 18
Bell Test................................................................................ 37
Bypass Reports .................................................................... 59
Call Back Telephone Number .......................................... 48
Changing User Codes ........................................................ 35
Codepad Duress.................................................................. 21
Codepad Fire .................................................................21, 73
Codepad Fire To Be Silent ................................................ 73
Codepad Indicators
AWAY ............................................................................. 16
AWAY Indicator ............................................................ 17
FAULT............................................................................. 16
FAULT Indicator............................................................ 18
MAINS............................................................................. 16
MAINS Indicator......................................................17, 18
Off Indicator.................................................................... 18
On Indicator.................................................................... 18
STAY ............................................................................... 16
STAY Indicator .............................................................. 17
System Disarmed............................................................ 17
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Zone Indicators ...............................................................17
Zone Isolating Mode ......................................................18
Codepad Medical ......................................................... 21, 73
Codepad Medical To Be Silent .........................................73
Codepad Panic.............................................................. 21, 72
Codepad Panic To Be Silent..............................................72
Command 958 - Enable/Disable Zone Status .................11
Command 959 - Test Programming Key .........................11
Command 960 - Exit Installer's Programming Mode ....12
Command 961 - Reset Control Panel Back To Factory
Default ..............................................................................12
Command 965 - Set Up Domestic Dialing ......................13
Command 966 - Enable/Disable Automatic Stepping ...13
Command 999 - Display Panel Type/Software Version14
Communication Failure......................................................23
Consumer Options 1
Auto Arm In STAY Mode 1 .........................................74
Enable STAY Indicator To Display Day Alarm Status
......................................................................................74
Send Test Reports Only If Armed ...............................74
Control Panel To Power Up Disarmed ............................73
CP5 Eight Zone Codepad ..................................................76
Date and Time .....................................................................36
Day Alarm
Operation .........................................................................52
Status Indicator................................................................74
Turning On/Off ..............................................................38
Defaulting The Control Panel............................................12
Dialer Information
Answering Machine Bypass...........................................48
Call Back Telephone Number ......................................48
Dialing Format ................................................................47
Primary Telephone Number For Receiver 1 ..............45
Programming Telephone Numbers..............................45
Subscriber ID Number For Receiver 1........................46
Telco Arming Sequence.................................................47
Telephone Line Fault Options ............................... 48, 72
Disarming
Automatic.........................................................................71
From AWAY Mode........................................................18
Domestic Dialing
Command 965.................................................................13
Disable.................................................................30, 35, 36
Format ..............................................................................40
Function ...........................................................................40
Duress Alarm .......................................................................21
EDM Smart Watch..............................................................72
EDMSAT..............................................................................64
Entry Guard Timer For STAY Mode........................ 19, 20
Exit Installer's Programming Mode ..................................12
Fault
AC Mains Failure............................................................24
Communication Failure .................................................23
Low Battery .....................................................................22
Sensor Watch...................................................................23
Fault Analysis Mode ...........................................................22
Exit....................................................................................38
FAULT Indicator.......................................................... 16, 18
Features
Solution 404.......................................................................7
Fire Alarm ............................................................................21
Forced Arming........................................................18, 19, 20
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Handover ............................................................................. 54
Hold Down Function
Arm In STAY Mode 1................................................... 37
Arm In STAY Mode 2................................................... 37
Bell Test ........................................................................... 37
Initiate Modem Call....................................................... 38
Reset Latching Outputs ................................................. 38
Send Test Report............................................................ 38
Strobe Test....................................................................... 37
Turning Day Alarm On/Off ......................................... 38
Installer Code ...................................................................... 50
Installer Code Function
Change Telco Arm/Disarm Sequence...................28, 34
Setting STAY Mode 2 Zones ..................................30, 35
Telephone Monitor Mode............................................. 30
Installer's Programming Commands
958 - Enable/Disable Zone Status ................................ 11
959 - Test Programming Key........................................ 11
960 - Exit Installer's Programming Mode ................... 12
961 - Reset Control Panel Back To Factory Default . 12
965 - Set Up Domestic Dialing ..................................... 13
966 - Automatic Stepping Of Locations ...................... 13
999 - Display Panel Type/Software Version Number14
Introduction ........................................................................... 7
Invalid Code ........................................................................ 73
Isolate In STAY Mode 1.................................................... 57
Isolating Allowed ................................................................ 57
Isolating Zones .................................................................... 21
Latching Outputs
Resetting .......................................................................... 38
Lockout Dialer..................................................................... 56
Lockout Siren ...................................................................... 56
Low Battery.......................................................................... 22
MAINS Indicator ................................................... 16, 17, 18
Master Code Function
Changing & Deleting User Codes................................ 32
Setting Date and Time ................................................... 36
Turning Outputs ON/OFF............................................ 36
Walk Test Mode ............................................................. 36
Medical Alarm..................................................................... 21
Modem Call......................................................................... 38
New Zealand Telepermit Notes ........................................ 83
Night Arm Station............................................................... 76
Off Indicator ........................................................................ 18
On Indicator ........................................................................ 18
Option Bits........................................... 10, 40, 49, 52, 56, 57
Optional Equipment
2-Channel Radio Interface ............................................ 75
8 Zone LED Codepad ................................................... 76
Night Arm Station .......................................................... 76
Programming Key .......................................................... 76
PS100 Power Supply ...................................................... 76
TF008 Plug Pack............................................................. 76
Output Event Type
AC Fail............................................................................. 65
AC Mains 60 Hz or 50 Hz ............................................ 67
Alarm When In AWAY Mode..................................... 66
Alarm When In STAY Mode ....................................... 66
Armed In AWAY Mode ............................................... 64
Armed In STAY Mode.................................................. 64
Auto Arm Pre-Alert Time ............................................. 64
AUX Power Supply Fail ................................................ 65
Codepad Duress Alarm ................................................. 66
Codepad Fire Alarm ...................................................... 65
Codepad Medical Alarm ............................................... 65
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Codepad Panic Alarm ....................................................65
Codepad Tamper............................................................66
Communications Failure................................................67
Communications Failure After 3 Unsuccessful Calls .67
Day Alarm Enabled........................................................65
Day Alarm Latching.......................................................65
Day Alarm Resetting ......................................................65
Dialer Active....................................................................67
Dialer Disabled................................................................67
EDMSAT - Satellite Siren..............................................64
Entry Warning.................................................................64
Entry Warning + Day Alarm Resetting.......................64
Exit Warning ...................................................................64
Exit Warning Finished ...................................................64
Exit Warning With All Zones Sealed Or Entry
Warning .......................................................................64
Fire Alarm Latching .......................................................66
Fire Alarm Resetting ......................................................66
Fire Alarm Verification ..................................................66
Global Chime ..................................................................67
Horn Speaker ..................................................................66
Horn Speaker Monitor Fail ...........................................65
Kiss-Off After Exit Time................................................64
Kiss-Off Received ...........................................................65
Low Battery .....................................................................65
Mimic System Fault ........................................................66
Mimic Zone 1 ..................................................................67
Mimic Zone 2 ..................................................................67
Mimic Zone 3 ..................................................................67
Mimic Zone 4 ..................................................................67
Mimic Zone 6 ..................................................................67
Mimic Zone 7 ..................................................................67
Mimic Zone 8 ..................................................................67
Radio Control Output 1.................................................67
Radio Control Output 1 - Not In AWAY Mode........67
Radio Control Output 2.................................................67
Radio Control Output 2 - Not In AWAY Mode........67
Remote Control 1 ...........................................................66
Remote Control 2 ...........................................................66
Remote Control 3 ...........................................................66
Ring Detect ......................................................................67
Sensor Watch Alarm ......................................................65
Silent Alarm.....................................................................66
Sirens Running ................................................................66
Strobe Operating.............................................................66
System Armed .................................................................64
System Disarmed ............................................................64
Telephone Line Fail........................................................65
Zone Not Sealed..............................................................67
Zone Not Sealed After Exit Time.................................67
Outputs
One Shot Polarities .........................................................69
Pulsing Polarities .............................................................69
Redirecting Output To Codepad Buzzer.....................64
Turning On/Off ..............................................................36
Panic Alarm..........................................................................21
Power Up Disarmed............................................................73
Primary Telephone Number For Receiver 1...................45
Programming .........................................................................9
Automatic Stepping Of Locations ................................13
Entry/Exit Tiemrs...........................................................69
Option Bits.......................................10, 40, 49, 52, 56, 57
Via Programming Key ...................................................10
Via Remote Codepad.......................................................9
Programming Key ........................................................ 10, 76
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ICP-CC404 | Installation Guide | Index
Test ................................................................................... 11
PS100 Power Supply Module............................................ 76
Quick Start ............................................................................. 7
Receiver 1
Primary Telephone Number......................................... 45
Subscriber ID Number .................................................. 46
Remote Radio Transmitter Codes
Deleting Transmitter Codes .......................................... 33
Remote Radio Transmitter Operations............................ 24
Add or Changing Transmitter Codes .......................... 25
Arming In AWAY Mode ........................................25, 26
Arming In STAY Mode 1 .......................................25, 26
Deleting Transmitter Codes .......................................... 25
Disarming From STAY Mode 1................................... 26
Disarming In AWAY Mode ...................................25, 26
Operating Outputs ......................................................... 27
Remote Radio User Codes
Adding Or Changing ...............................................25, 32
Deleting......................................................................25, 33
Reporting Format
Domestic Dialing ............................................................ 40
Reset Control Panel Back To Factory Default................ 12
Sensor Watch.................................................................23, 56
Smart Watch ........................................................................ 72
STAY Indicator .............................................................16, 17
STAY Indicator To Display Day Alarm Status .............. 74
STAY Mode 1
Arming .......................................................................19, 37
STAY Mode 2
Arming .......................................................................20, 37
Setting Zones.............................................................30, 35
Strobe Test ........................................................................... 37
System Disarmed ................................................................ 17
System Operations
Arming In AWAY Mode .............................................. 18
Arming In STAY Mode 1 ............................................. 19
Arming In STAY Mode 2 ............................................. 20
Disarming From AWAY Mode.................................... 18
System Options 1
EDM Smart Lockout...................................................... 72
System Options 2
Access Denied To Be Silent.......................................... 73
Codepad Fire To Be Silent............................................ 73
Codepad Medical To Be Silent .................................... 73
Codepad Panic To Be Silent ......................................... 72
System Options 3
AC Fail In 1 Hour .......................................................... 73
Ignore AC Mains Fail Indication ................................. 73
System Options 4
Enable Control Panel To Power Up Disarmed.......... 73
Telco Arming Sequence........................................ 28, 34, 47
Telephone Monitor Mode ................................................. 30
Test Reports......................................................................... 38
Only When Armed ........................................................ 74
TF008 Plug Pack ................................................................. 76
Trouble Reports .................................................................. 59
User Codes........................................................................... 50
Adding Or Changing ..................................................... 32
Deleting......................................................................32, 33
Walk Test Mode.................................................................. 36
Warranty Statement............................................................ 83
Zone
EOL Resistor Value ....................................................... 52
Isolating Allowed............................................................ 57
Options 1 ......................................................................... 53
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Pulse Count......................................................................55
Pulse Count Handover...................................................55
Restore Code ...................................................................59
Restore Report ................................................................58
Status Mode .....................................................................11
Trouble .............................................................................59
Zone Bypass .........................................................................59
Zone Indicators....................................................................17
Zone Options 1
Lockout Siren & Dialer ..................................................56
Sensor Watch...................................................................56
Zone Options 2
Isolate In STAY Mode 1................................................57
Zone Isolation Allowed ..................................................57
Zone Restore Report ......................................................58
Zone Reporting Information
Zone Restore Code.........................................................59
Zone Types
Chime Zone.....................................................................55
Delay-1 Zone ...................................................................54
Delay-2 Zone ...................................................................54
Handover Zone ...............................................................54
Instant Zone.....................................................................54
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