CC484/CC486/CC488
Operators Manual
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Solution Ultima Series
(844/862/880)
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This equipment will not be used in any manner that
could constitute a nuisance to other telecom
customers.
Immediately disconnect this equipment should it
become physically damaged and arrange for its
disposal or repair.
Notice of Liability
The transmit level from this device is set at a fixed
level and because of this, there may 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 material is designed for use by tradespeople with
expertise in the installation of this product. Persons
without appropriate expertise should seek assistance
before attempting installation.
This device is equipped with pulse dialling while the
Telecom standard is DTMF tone dialling. There is no
guarantee that Telecom lines will always continue to
support pulse dialling.
While care has been taken in the preparation of this
material, Bosch Security Systems Pty Ltd and its
representatives will not be responsible to any person
or entity for any loss or damage directly or indirectly
caused by information in, or any omission from, this
material.
Use of dialling, when this equipment is connected to
the same line as other equipment, may give rise to
bell noise and also cause a false answer condition.
Should such problems occur, the user should not
contact the Telecom Faults Service.
Bosch Security Systems Pty Ltd reserves the right to
make changes to features and specifications of its
products at any time without prior notification.
This equipment is set up to carry out test calls at predetermined times. Such test calls can interrupt any
other calls that may be set up on the line at the same
time. The timing set for such test calls should be
discussed 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, then the problem of
timing should be discussed with the equipment
installer. The matter should not be reported 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, the
systems battery, AC mains supply, and telephone line
should be disconnected. The user is to arrange with
the supplier of the device to make the necessary
repairs.
Should the matter be reported to Telecom as a wiring
fault and the fault proven to be due to this product, a
call-out charge will be incurred.
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CC484/CC486/CC488 | Operators Manual | Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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14.1
14.2
14.3
14.4
14.5
Horn Speaker Test ......................................... 14
Bell Test........................................................... 14
Strobe Test ...................................................... 14
Walk Test Mode ............................................. 14
Test Report...................................................... 15
15.
Event Memory................................................ 15
16.
Day Alarm....................................................... 15
17.
Codepad Buzzer Tone Change..................... 15
18.
Remote Arming by Telephone..................... 15
19.
19.1
19.1.1
19.1.2
19.1.3
19.1.4
19.2
Partitioning ...................................................... 15
Master Partitioned Codepad Indicators....... 16
Zone Indicators............................................... 16
Area On/Off Indicators ................................. 16
Area Display Indicators ................................. 16
Status Indicators 16
Operation of Codepads in Partitioning........ 16
20.
20.1
20.2
20.3
Domestic Dialling........................................... 16
Acknowledging Domestic Calls.................... 16
Programming Domestic Telephone Numbers17
Disable Domestic Dialling............................. 17
21.
21.1
Basic Pager Reporting.................................... 17
Basic Pager Display Information .................. 17
22.
Glossary of Terms .......................................... 20
23.
Installation Notes............................................ 22
1.
Introduction....................................................... 5
2.
Specifications..................................................... 5
3.
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.10.1
3.10.2
3.10.3
3.10.4
3.10.5
Codepad Indicators .......................................... 5
Zone Indicators ................................................. 6
AWAY Indicator .............................................. 6
STAY Indicator................................................. 6
System Disarmed .............................................. 6
MAINS Indicator.............................................. 6
Off Indicator/Zone Sealed............................... 6
On Indicator/Zone In Alarm .......................... 6
FAULT Indicator.............................................. 7
Audible Indications .......................................... 7
Arming the System ........................................... 7
Forced Arming.................................................. 7
Arming in AWAY Mode................................. 7
Arming in STAY Mode 1................................ 8
Arming in STAY Mode 2................................ 8
Programming STAY Mode 2 Zones .............. 9
4.
Disarming the System ...................................... 9
5.
5.1
5.2
5.3
User Codes ........................................................ 9
Adding User Codes .......................................... 9
Adding Radio Remote User Codes................ 9
Deleting User/Radio Codes ............................ 9
6.
Radio Transmitter Operations ...................... 10
7.
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
Codepad Alarms............................................. 10
Codepad Duress Alarm ................................. 10
Codepad Panic Alarm.................................... 10
Codepad Fire Alarm ...................................... 10
Codepad Medical Alarm ............................... 10
Codepad Tamper Alarm (Access Denied)... 11
Figures
8.
8.1
8.2
Isolating Zones ................................................ 11
Standard Isolating........................................... 11
Code to Isolate................................................ 11
Figure 6:
Figure 7:
9.
9.1
Fault Analysis Mode....................................... 11
Fault Descriptions ........................................... 12
Tables
10.
Date and Time ................................................ 13
11.
Turning Outputs On/Off ............................... 13
12.
Reset Latching Outputs.................................. 13
13.
13.1
13.2
Telco Arm/Disarm Sequence (Call Forward
On/Off) ............................................................ 13
Telco Arm Sequence...................................... 13
Telco Disarm Sequence ................................. 14
14.
Testing.............................................................. 14
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Figure 1:
Figure 2:
Figure 3:
Figure 4:
Figure 5:
Table 1:
Table 2:
Table 3:
Table 4:
Table 5:
Table 6:
Table 7:
Table 8:
Table 9:
CP5 Eight Zone LED Codepad............... 5
CP5 Eight Zone LCD Codepad .............. 5
RF3332 – Two Button RF Keyfob ........ 10
RF3334 – Four Button RF Keyfob ........ 10
CP5 LED Codepad Showing Audible
Alarm Buttons.......................................... 10
Master Partitioned Codepad .................. 16
Basic Pager Display................................. 19
Specifications ............................................. 5
Zone Indicators.......................................... 6
AWAY Indicator....................................... 6
STAY Indicator ......................................... 6
MAINS Indicator ...................................... 6
FAULT Indicator ...................................... 7
Audible Indicators..................................... 7
Arming Methods ....................................... 7
How to Arm the System in AWAY
Mode........................................................... 8
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Table 10:
Table 11:
Table 12:
Table 13:
Table 14:
Table 15:
Table 16:
How to Arm the System in STAY Mode
1................................................................... 8
Fault Indicators ........................................ 12
Telco Arm/Disarm Dialling Digits........ 14
Domestic Dialling Telephone Digits ..... 17
Zone Status Display Descriptions .......... 18
System Status ........................................... 18
Glossary of Terms ................................... 20
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CC484/CC486/CC488 | Operators Manual | 1.
1.
Introduction
Introduction
The Austel permit issued for this product
is subject to the following condition:
The Solution Ultima Series Control Panel
may only be powered by a Bosch Security
Systems TF008 plug pack (Approval
Number Q92128).
Congratulations on selecting the Solution Ultima
Series Control Panel (models CC484/CC486/CC488)
to protect you and your property. To obtain the most
from your unit, take time to read through this manual
and familiarise yourself with the numerous
outstanding operating features of this system. In all
aspects of planning, engineering, styling, operation,
convenience, and adaptability, we have sought to
anticipate your every possible requirement.
Programming simplicity and speed were some of the
major considerations and we believe that our
objectives in this area were more than satisfied.
This manual explains all aspects of operating the
control panel. All system parameters and options are
detailed; however, suitability is left up to the
individual. Every system can be tailored to meet all
requirements quickly and easily.
2.
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Test the sirens, strobe, and zones at
weekly intervals. See Section 14. Testing
for further information.
3.
Codepad Indicators
Figure 1:
CP5 Eight Zone LED Codepad
Figure 2:
CP5 Eight Zone LCD Codepad
Specifications
Table 1:
Specifications
Temperature Range
Humidity
Power Source
Stand-By Current
Current Draw in
Alarm Condition
Current Draw in
Alarm Condition with
Codepad
Back-Up Battery
Dimensions (Case,
packed in carton)
Weight
Supplier Code
New Zealand
Telepermit
Malaysia Approval
Number
0oC to +45 oC
o
o
(+32 F to +113 F)
10% to 95%
TF008 Plug Pack –
240 V/18 VAC @ 1.3 A
65 mA
115 mA
105 mA
6 Ah/12 VDC Rechargeable
Sealed Lead Acid Battery
306 mm x 262 mm x 84 mm
(12.05 in. x 10.31 in. x 3.31 in.)
2.5 kg
(5.51 lb.)
N771
Solution Ultima 844 –
PTC 211/98/085
Solution Ultima 862 –
PTC 211/98/084
Solution Ultima 880 –
PTC 211/98/083
Pending
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The codepad is the communications interface
between you and your alarm system. Use the
codepad to issue commands. The codepad offers
both visual and audible indications that guide you
through the general operation.
The codepad incorporates numerous indicators.
There are zone indicators used to show the condition
of each zone. Four other indicators show general
status. The following pages outline a list of situations
and the relevant indicators that are seen.
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3.1
the status of the zones. Table 2 lists the
various circumstances that the
indicators display (such as Zone
Sealed, Zone Unsealed, and so on).
Table 2:
Zone Indicators
Indicator
On
Off
Flashing Fast
(0.25 seconds on/
0.25 seconds off)
Flashing Slow
(1 second on/
1 second off)
Definition
Zone is unsealed.
Zone is sealed.
Zone is in alarm condition.
Zone is manually isolated or
selected to be isolated.
AWAY Indicator
The AWAY indicator displays that the
system is armed in AWAY Mode. The
AWAY indicator flashes in unison with
the STAY indicator when
programming various options
throughout the Operators Manual.
See Section 3.10.2 Arming in AWAY Mode
for information on the different
methods of arming the system in
AWAY Mode.
Table 3:
AWAY Indicator
Indicator
On
Off
Definition
System is armed in AWAY Mode.
System is not armed in AWAY Mode.
3.3
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Zone Indicators
1 2 3 …. The zone indicators (1 to 8) display
3.2
Codepad Indicators
Table 4:
Indicator
On
Off
Flashing
twice a
second
Flashing once
every
3 seconds
3.4
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Definition
System is armed in STAY Mode 1
or STAY Mode 2.
System is not armed in STAY
Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2.
Zone isolating mode or setting
STAY Mode 2 zones.
Day alarm status – day alarm
turned on.
System Disarmed
This indicator displays with the
indicator when the system is disarmed.
3.5
MAINS Indicator
The MAINS indicator displays that the
system’s AC mains supply is normal or
failed.
Table 5:
Indicator
On
Flashing
3.6
MAINS Indicator
Definition
AC mains power normal.
AC mains supply has failed.
Off Indicator/Zone Sealed
The
indicator displays when the
system is in the disarmed state and
flashes when a zone becomes unsealed
during the disarmed state. The
indicator stops flashing when all zones
are sealed.
STAY Indicator
The STAY indicator displays that the
system is armed in STAY Mode 1 or
STAY Mode 2. The STAY indicator also
flashes in unison with the AWAY
indicator when programming various
options throughout the Operators Manual.
See Section 3.10.3 Arming in STAY Mode 1
for different methods of arming in STAY
Mode 1. See Section 3.10.4 Arming in
STAY Mode 2 for the method of arming in
STAY Mode 2.
STAY Indicator
3.7
On Indicator/Zone In Alarm
The
indicator displays when the
system is armed in AWAY Mode and
flashes when an alarm occurs. The
indicator resets once a valid user code
is entered.
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3.8
FAULT Indicator
The FAULT indicator displays that the
system detected a system fault. See
Section 9. Fault Analysis Mode for
additional information on system faults.
Every time a new system fault is
detected (such as, FAULT indicator
flashing), the codepad begins to beep
once every minute. Pressing the [#]
button once cancels the once a minute
beep and acknowledges the fault (such
as, FAULT indicator on steady).
Table 6:
FAULT Indicator
Indicator
On
Definition
There is a system fault that
needs to be rectified.
The system is normal, there are
no faults.
There is a system fault that
needs to be acknowledged.
Off
Flashing
3.9
Audible Indications
Table 7 defines the audible indicators given out by
the codepad buzzer.
Table 7:
Codepad Indicators
3.10
Arming the System
There are several ways to arm the system
depending on whether you are:
•
Leaving the premises and require all active
zones to be in a ready state for an intruder.
•
Remaining in the premises and only require
part of the system to be in a ready state for an
intruder.
If a zone is not sealed at the end of exit time, the
zone is automatically isolated and constantly
displayed on the remote codepad. The zone
becomes an active part of the system when the
zone is restored.
For example, if a window is left open after exit
time expired, the window is not an active part of
the system until the window is closed. Opening the
window after exit time expired causes an alarm
condition.
Table 8 defines the different methods for arming
the system.
Table 8:
Arming Methods
Mode
AWAY Mode
Audible Indicators
STAY Mode 1
Audible
Indicator
One short beep
Two short beeps
Three short
beeps
One long beep
One beep every
second
One short beep
every minute
Definition
A button was pressed on the
codepad, or exit time ended
when armed in STAY Mode 1
or STAY Mode 2.
The system accepted your
code.
The requested function was
executed.
Indicates the end of exit time
when armed in AWAY Mode, or
the requested operation was
denied or aborted.
Walk Test Mode is currently
active or a warning before
automatic arming takes place.
There is a system fault waiting
to be acknowledged.
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STAY Mode 2
3.10.1
Arming Method
Arms the entire system. See Section
3.10.2 Arming in AWAY Mode.
Arms all zones except those
programmed to be automatically
isolated by the installer. See Section
3.10.3 Arming in STAY Mode 1.
Arms all zones except those
programmed to be automatically
isolated by the Master Code holder.
See Section 3.10.4 Arming in STAY
Mode 2.
Forced Arming
The feature of arming the system when a zone is
not sealed is known as forced arming. If the system
does not arm and a long beep is heard, forced
arming is not permitted. If this is the case, you
must ensure that all zones are sealed or manually
isolated before you can arm the system. See Section
8. Isolating Zones.
3.10.2
Arming in AWAY Mode
When you leave your premises and require all
zones to be in a ready state to detect intrusion, arm
the system in AWAY Mode.
There are two different methods for arming the
system in AWAY Mode. Method one is standard
and always operates. Method two is optional and
can be disabled by your installer if you do not
want to use single button arming.
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Table 9:
Method
One
Method
Two
3.10.3
How to Arm the System in AWAY
Mode
Enter your user code followed by
the [#] button (for example,
[2580#]).
Two beeps sound and the AWAY
indicator displays. Exit time starts
counting.
Hold down the [#] button until two
beeps sound.
The AWAY indicator displays and
exit time starts counting.
Arming in STAY Mode 1
Codepad Indicators
Table 10: How to Arm the System in STAY
Mode 1
Method One
Method Two
STAY Mode 1 is only used when the perimeter
and unused areas of the premises need to be
armed to detect an intruder from entering the
premises. At the same time, you can move freely
within an area that is automatically isolated.
Only your security company can program zones
automatically isolated in STAY Mode 1.
There are two different methods for arming the
system in STAY Mode 1. Method one is standard
and always operates. Method two is optional and
may be disabled by your installer if you do not
want to use single button arming.
Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode 1
When arming the system in STAY Mode 1, an
optional entry timer called Entry Guard Timer for
STAY Mode 1 is available. Use this entry timer to
delay the sirens if a zone is not automatically
isolated and triggered an alarm condition. Entry
Guard Timer For STAY Mode 1 is the delay time
used for all zones except 24-hour zones when the
system is armed in STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode
2.
If the Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode 1 is
programmed and a zone was not automatically
isolated is triggered, the codepad beeps twice a
second until the entry timer expires or the system
is disarmed. If the alarm condition is not reset by
entering your user code followed by the [#] button
(such as, [2580#]) before the entry timer expires,
the sirens activate into alarm. Only your installer
can program this feature.
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3.10.4
Enter your user code followed by the [*]
button (for example, [2580*]).
Two beeps sound and the STAY
indicator displays. Exit time starts
counting.
Any zones programmed to be
automatically isolated in STAY Mode 1
flash until exit time expires. At the end of
exit time, all zones selected to be
automatically isolated turn off and the
codepad gives one short beep.
Hold down the [*] button until two beeps
sound.
The STAY indicator displays and exit
time starts counting.
Any zones programmed to be
automatically isolated in STAY Mode 1
flash until exit time expires. At the end of
exit time, the zone indicators turn off and
the codepad gives one short beep.
Arming in STAY Mode 2
STAY Mode 2 is only used when the perimeter
and unused areas of the premise need to be armed
to detect an intruder from entering the premise. At
the same time, allowing you to move freely within
an area that is automatically isolated. Any Master
Code user can program zones to be automatically
isolated in STAY Mode 2.
Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode 2
When arming the system in STAY Mode 2, an
optional entry timer called Entry Guard Timer for
STAY Mode 2 is available. Use this entry timer to
delay the sirens if a zone is not automatically
isolated and triggered into alarm condition. Entry
Guard Timer for STAY Mode 2 is the delay time
used for all zones except 24-hour zones when the
system is armed in STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode
2.
If the Entry Guard Timer for STAY Mode 2 is
programmed and a zone that was not
automatically isolated triggers, the codepad beeps
twice a second until the entry timer expires or the
system is disarmed. If the alarm condition is not
reset by entering your user code followed by the
[#] button (for example, [2580#]) before the entry
timer expires, the sirens activate into alarm. Only
your installer can program this option.
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How to Arm the System in STAY Mode 2
Hold down the [0] button until two beeps sound.
The STAY indicator displays and exit time starts
counting.
Any zones programmed to be automatically
isolated in STAY Mode 2 flash until exit time
expires. At the end of exit time, all zones selected
to be automatically isolated extinguish and the
codepad emits one short beep.
3.10.5
Programming STAY Mode 2 Zones
Programming zones to be automatically isolated in
STAY Mode 2 are only carried out if you have a
Master Code.
How to Program STAY Mode 2 Zones
1. Enter your four character Master Code,
followed by [4] and the [#] button (for
example, [25804#]). Three beeps sound and
the STAY indicator flashes.
2. Enter the zone number to be automatically
isolated, followed by the [*] button (for
example, [1*] = Zone 1, [2*] = Zone 2).
The selected zone flashes. If you make a
mistake, enter the same zone number followed
by the [#] button to clear the incorrect zone.
To select additional zones to be automatically
isolated in STAY Mode 2, repeat Step 2 as
many times as required.
3. Press the [#] button to exit this mode when
you finish selecting all zones to be
automatically isolated in STAY Mode 2. Two
beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off.
4.
Disarming the System
When you enter the premises after the system is
armed in AWAY mode, or if you armed the
system in STAY Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2, you
must disarm the system to disable detection
devices that activate an alarm.
If there was an alarm condition prior to disarming
the system, a flashing zone indicator displays,
indicating a previous alarm on that zone.
Disarming the System
How to Add a User Code
1. Enter your four character Master Code,
followed by [1] and the [#] button (for
example, [25801#]).
Three beeps are heard and the STAY and
AWAY indicators flash.
2. Enter the User Code number (1 to 8), followed
by the [#] button (for example, [2#] = User 2,
[8#] = User 8). Two beeps are heard and the
selected user number displays on the codepad
indicators.
3. Enter the digits required for the new code
followed by the [#] button (for example, for
User Code 5768, enter [5768#]). Two beeps
are heard and the STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off.
To add or change other User Codes, repeat
this procedure as many times as required.
5.2
Adding Radio Remote User
Codes
Only the Master Code holder can add or change
other system user codes. Up to eight radio user
codes (User Codes 9 to 16) can be programmed to
operate the system.
How to Add a Radio Remote User Code
1. Enter your four character Master Code,
followed by [1] and the [#] button (for
example, [25801#]).
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Enter the radio remote user code number (9 to
16), followed by the [#] button (for example,
[9#] = User 9, [16#] = User 16). Two beeps
are heard and the selected user number
displays on the codepad indicators.
3. Enter the nine digit ID number found on the
back of the radio remote hand held
transmitter, followed by the [#] button. Two
beeps are heard and the STAY and AWAY
indicators extinguish.
To add or change other radio remote user
codes, repeat this procedure as many times as
required.
How to Disarm the System
5.3
Enter your user code followed by the [#] button
(for example, [2580#]). Two beeps sound.
Only the Master Code holder can delete other
system user codes.
5.
User Codes
5.1
Adding User Codes
Only the Master Code holder can add or change
other system user codes, including the Master
Code. Up to eight user codes can be programmed
to operate the system.
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Deleting User/Radio Codes
How to Delete a User Code
1. Enter your four character Master Code,
followed by [1] and the [#] button (for
example, [25801#]).
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
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2.
3.
Enter the user code number (1 to 16), followed
by the [#] button (for example, [2#] = User 2,
[16#] = User 16). Two beeps sound and the
selected user number displays on the codepad
indicators.
Press the [*] button to delete the selected User
Code.
Two beeps are heard and the STAY and
AWAY indicators turn off. To delete other
User Codes, repeat this procedure as many
times as required.
6.
Radio Transmitter
Operations
Figure 3:
Radio Transmitter Operations
7.
Codepad Alarms
7.1
Codepad Duress Alarm
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A codepad duress alarm is used as a silent hold-up
alarm. This only occurs when the number 9 is
added to the end of any valid user code being used
to disarm the system (for example, [25809#]). A
duress alarm is only useful if your system is
reporting back to a monitoring station or pocket
pager. Domestic reporting (such as a mobile
phone) cannot decipher which type of alarm
occurred.
Figure 5:
CP5 LED Codepad Showing
Audible Alarm Buttons
RF3332/E – Two Button RF Keyfob
2
1
3
1 = Button 1: Arm in AWAY mode
2 = Button 2: Disarm from AWAY/STAY Mode
3 = Buttons 1 and 2: Press both buttons at
same time to activate Panic alarm.
Figure 4:
RF3334/E – Four Button RF
Keyfob
1
7.2
Codepad Panic Alarm
An audible alarm activates when both the [1] and
[3] keys and both the [*] and [#] keys are pressed
simultaneously. Contact your installer to disable
the codepad panic alarm function or to silence the
codepad panic alarm.
2
3
4
5
1 = Button 4: Arm in STAY Mode 1
2 = Button 3: Optional
3 = Button 1: Arm in AWAY mode
4 = Button 2: Disarm from AWAY/STAY Mode
5 = Buttons 1 and 2: Press both buttons at
same time to activate Panic alarm.
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7.3
Codepad Fire Alarm
The horn speaker emits a distinct fire sound when
both the [4] and [6] keys are pressed
simultaneously. Contact your installer to disable
the codepad fire alarm function or to silence the
codepad fire alarm.
7.4
Codepad Medical Alarm
An audible alarm activates when both the [7] and
[9] keys are pressed simultaneously. Contact your
installer to disable the codepad medical alarm
function or to silence the codepad medical alarm.
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7.5
Codepad Tamper Alarm (Access
Denied)
Codepad tamper restricts the number of times an
invalid user code can be used in an attempt to
operate the system. When the number of incorrect
code attempts equals the number programmed by
your installer, the system activates an alarm
condition. If reporting back to a security
monitoring station, the system sends an Access
Denied report.
To shutdown and lockout a codepad for a period
of time (0 seconds to 150 seconds), ask your
installer to program this function.
8.
Isolating Zones
Use isolating zones to manually disable one or
more zones before arming the system. Once a
zone is isolated, you can access that zone during
the armed state without activating an alarm.
For example, you need to isolate a zone because
before arming the system a PIR detector may be
false alarming, or you need to leave a pet inside a
particular zone while away.
Isolating zones is performed by one of two
methods. Method two is optional and only allows
those user codes programmed by your installer to
have access to isolate zones.
8.1
Standard Isolating
Standard isolating allows all operators to isolate
zones without knowing a valid user code.
How to Isolate a Zone
1. Press the [*] button twice to enter the Isolating
Mode.
Three beeps are heard and the STAY
indicator flashes.
2. Enter the zone number (1 to 8), followed by
the [*] button (for example, [1*] = Zone 1, [2*]
= Zone 2).
Each zone to be isolated has a corresponding
zone indicator that flashes. If you selected an
incorrect zone to be isolated, enter the
incorrect zone number again followed by the
[*] button.
Repeat Step 2 if more than one zone is to be
isolated until all zones to be isolated are
selected.
3. Press the [#] button after all selected zones are
isolated.
Two beeps are heard and the system returns to
the disarmed state.
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Code to Isolate
This method restricts only those User Codes with
the Code to Isolate priority level to isolate zones.
If any User Code has this priority level, the
method of standard isolating does not function.
How to Isolate a Zone
1. Press the [*] button followed by your User
Code and the [*] button again to enter the
Isolating Mode (for example, [*2580*]). Three
beeps sound and the STAY indicator flashes.
2. Enter the zone number (1 to 8), followed by
the [*] button (for example, [1*] = Zone 1, [2*]
= Zone 2).
Each zone to be isolated has a corresponding
zone indicator that flashes. If you selected an
incorrect zone to be isolated, enter the
incorrect zone number again followed by the
[*] button.
Repeat Step 2 if more than one zone is to be
isolated until all zones to be isolated are
selected.
3. Press the [#] button after all selected zones are
isolated.
Two beeps sound and the system returns to
the disarmed state.
9.
Fault Analysis Mode
If a fault occurs, the FAULT or MAINS indicators
flash and the codepad beeps once every minute.
If the AC mains supply fails, the MAINS indicator
flashes until the AC mains supply is restored.
Pressing the [#] button once acknowledges the
fault and stops the codepad from beeping once
every minute.
How to Determine the Type of System Fault
To determine which system fault occurred, enter
Fault Analysis Mode by following the steps below:
1. Hold down the [5] key until two beeps sound.
The FAULT indicator remains steady and the
STAY and AWAY indicators flash in unison.
A zone indicator displays the type of fault that
occurred (for example, Zone 1 = System
Fault). See Table 11 for the list of possible
system faults.
2. To further determine the type of fault
condition, press and hold down the key that
corresponds to the zone indicator displayed.
For example, if Zone 1 displayed System
Fault, press and hold the [1] key to display
which system fault occurred.
3. To exit Fault Analysis Mode and return to the
disarmed state, press the [#] key. The FAULT
indicator continues to display and the codepad
stops sounding once a minute.
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Table 11: Fault Indicators
Zone Indicator
1
2
3
4
5
6
9.1
1
Fault Description
System Fault
Hold Down Button
1
RF Low Battery
Zone Tamper Alarm
Sensor Watch Fault
RF Sensor Watch
Communication Fail
2
3
4
5
6
Zone Indicator
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1 to 8
1 to 8
1 to 8
1 to 8
1
2
Fault Descriptions
Telephone Line Fail – A telephone line
fault registers when the system detects that
the telephone line is disconnected from
the control panel. Your installer must
program the system for this feature to
operate.
System Fault
A system fault only displays when any of
the following faults occur. After entering
Fault Analysis Mode, press and hold the
[1] key to determine which of the
following faults occurred.
E2 Fault – An E2 fault registers when the
system detects an internal checksum
error. Contact your installer as soon as
this fault displays.
Low Battery Fault – A low battery fault
registers when the system detects a low
capacity back-up battery. The system
automatically performs a battery test
every four hours and every time you arm
the system.
Date and Time – The date and time fault
registers every time the system is powered
down. This type of fault does not cause
the FAULT indicator to display on the
codepad unless your installer
programmed the automatic arming time.
See Section 10. Date and Time to program
the date and time.
RF Receiver Fail – The RF receiver fault
registers once the system detects that the
wireless receiver unit is disconnected.
Horn Speaker Fail – This fault registers
when the system detects that the horn
speaker is disconnected. This fault clears
once the horn speaker is reconnected.
Your installer must program the system
for this feature to operate.
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Fault Condition
Battery Fail
Date and Time
RF Receiver Fail
Horn Speaker Fail
Telephone Line Fail
E2 Fault
Fuse Fail
AC Fail
Zones 1 to 8 RF Low Battery
Zones 1 to 8 Tamper Alarm
Zones 1 to 8 Sensor Watch Fail
Zones 1 to 8 RF Sensor Watch Fail
Receiver 1 Fail
Receiver 2 Fail
Fuse Fail – This fault occurs when either
of the two 1 A fuses blow. Contact your
installer as soon as this fault displays.
2
RF Low Battery
This fault occurs when any of the RF
wireless devices report a low battery
condition to the control panel. While in
Fault Analysis Mode, press and hold the
[2] key until two beeps sound. This
displays the zone reporting the RF Low
Battery fault.
3
Tamper Fail
This fault occurs when any zone becomes
an open circuit. Press and hold the [3] key
until two beeps sound. This displays the
zone reporting the tamper fail fault.
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Date and Time
3.
4
Sensor Watch Fault
A sensor watch fault registers because one
or more detection devices failed to detect
any movement during the disarmed state
for the time period programmed by your
installer. The fault clears once the zone in
question detects movement and resets.
Press and hold the [4] key until two beeps
sound. This displays the zone reporting
the sensor watch fault.
5
RF Sensor Watch
An RF sensor watch fault registers
because one or more RF detection
devices fails to communicate to the RF
radio receiver for the time period
programmed by your installer. The fault
clears once the RF device in question
successfully transmits to the RF radio
receiver.
Press and hold the [5] key until two beeps
sound. This displays the RF detection
device reporting the RF sensor watch
fault.
6
Communication Fail
A communication fail registers when the
control panel fails to communicate with
the receiving party (such as a monitoring
company, mobile phone, or pocket
pager). The communication fault clears
once the control panel successfully
reports to the receiving party.
To determine which receiver failed to
communicate, press and hold the [6] key.
10. Date and Time
Programming the date and time is only required
when you need functions such as automatic test
reports, automatic arming, and history events to
operate correctly.
How to Program the Date and Time
1. Enter your four character Master Code,
followed by [6] and the [#] key (for example,
[25806#]).
Three beeps sound, and the STAY and
AWAY indicators flash.
2. Enter the day, month, year, hour, and minute
(DD, MM, YY, HH, MM format) (for
example, DD = day of the month, MM =
month of the year, YY = current year, HH =
hour of the day, MM = minute of the day).
To program the hour of the day, use the 24:00
hour format.
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Press the [#] button to exit and return to the
disarmed state.
Two beeps sound, and the STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off. If a long beep sounds, an
error was made when entering the date and
time.
11.
Turning Outputs On/Off
This feature is only applicable if your installer set
up an output that can be turned on or off by the
codepad. The output programmed by your
installer can control a pool pump or outside
lighting. Up to three separate outputs can be
programmed.
How to Turn an Output On or Off
1. Enter your four character Master Code,
followed by [5] and the [#] key (for example,
[25805#]).
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Enter the output number (1 to 3).
3. Press the [#] key to turn the output on, or
press the [*] key to turn the output off.
Three beeps sound if the output is turned on,
and two beeps sound if the output is turned
off.
Repeat Step 2 and Step 3 if more than one
output is required to be turned on or off.
4. Press the [#] key to exit this function.
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off.
12. Reset Latching Outputs
This feature is only applicable if your installer
programmed an output to latch (remain on) until
you acknowledge the event that occurred.
How to Reset Latching Outputs
Hold down the [7] key until two beeps sound.
The output resets.
13. Telco Arm/Disarm
Sequence (Call Forward
On/Off)
Use this feature to program the Telco Arm
Sequence and Telco Disarm Sequence.
13.1
Telco Arm Sequence
Use to program the Call Forward – Immediate On
sequence or Call Forward – No Answer sequence
to automatically operate when you arm the system
in the AWAY Mode. This feature is only available
if your telecommunications provider has the callforward option available.
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To program a “#” in the Telco Disarm
Sequence, enter [*2].
The examples given in this feature are
only applicable to Australia.
Call Forward – Immediate On
4.
You can redirect calls to anywhere in Australia,
including mobile phones, pagers, and answering
services. When Call Forward is turned on, your
telephone does not ring.
Press the [#] key when finished.
Two beeps sound, and the STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off.
To disable the Telco Disarm Sequence,
enter the Call Forward Sequence as
[*4] (break) for Step 3.
Call Forward – No Answer
When your telephone is not answered within 20
seconds, this feature redirects all incoming calls to
another number anywhere in Australia. You can
still make outgoing calls.
How to Program the Telco Arm Sequence
1. Enter your four character Master Code,
followed by the [3] and [#] keys (for example,
[25803#]).
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Press the [1] key followed by the [#] key to
select the Telco Arm Sequence. Three beeps
sound.
3. Enter the Call Forward Sequence (for
example, [*61][Phone Number][#] to program
the Call Forward - No Answer Sequence or
[*21][Phone Number][#] to program the Call
Forward Immediate Sequence).
To program an “*” in the Telco Arm
Sequence, enter [*1], and to program a “#” in
the Telco Arm Sequence, enter [*2].
4. Press the [#] key when finished.
Two beeps sound, and the STAY and AWAY
indicators turn off.
To disable the Telco Arm Sequence,
enter the Call Forward Sequence as
[*4] (break) for Step 3.
13.2
Telco Disarm Sequence
Use this function to automatically disable the call
forward sequence upon disarming the system.
How to Program the Telco Disarm Sequence
1. Enter your four-character Master Code,
followed by the [3] and [#] keys (for example,
[25803#]).
Three beeps sound, and the STAY and
AWAY indicators flash.
2. Press the [2] key followed by the [#] key to
select the Telco Disarm Sequence. Three
beeps sound.
3. Enter the Call Forward Disable Sequence (for
example, [#61#] to disable the No Answer
Call Forward sequence, or [#21#] to disable
the Call Forward Immediate Sequence).
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Table 12: Telco Arm/Disarm Dialling Digits
Digit
Required
0
1
2
3
4
5
Number to
Program
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
6
7
Digit
Required
8
9
Number to
Program
8
9
*
#
4-second
Pause
Break
*1
*2
*3
*4
14. Testing
The following functions let you confirm that your
system is operating correctly:
14.1
Horn Speaker Test
Hold the [1] key until two beeps sound.
The horn speaker sounds for 2 seconds.
14.2
Bell Test
Hold the [2] key until two beeps sound.
The bell output operates for 2 seconds.
14.3
1.
2.
Strobe Test
Hold the [3] key until three beeps sound.
The strobe flashes.
Hold the [3] key until two beeps sound.
The strobe stops flashing.
14.4
Walk Test Mode
Use Walk Test Mode to test detection devices to
ensure that they are operating correctly. Every
time you test a zone, the codepad sounds one long
beep, and the horn speaker sounds one short beep
to indicate that the zone is activated when testing.
1. Enter your four character Master Code,
followed by the [7] and [#] keys (for example,
[25807#]).
Three beeps sound, and the STAY and
AWAY indicators flash. The codepad beeps
once every second while the system is in Walk
Test Mode.
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2.
3.
Activate all zones requiring the test.
When you finish testing all required zones,
press the [#] key to exit this mode. Two beeps
sound, and the STAY and AWAY indicators
turn off. The system returns to the disarmed
state.
14.5
Test Report
This feature only applies if your system reports
using the telephone. By holding down the [9] key
until two beeps sound, the system sends a Test
Report.
15. Event Memory
Use this function to replay the last 40 events that
the system recorded. The event memory history
replays all alarms and the arming/disarming of the
system in AWAY Mode, STAY Mode 1, and
STAY Mode 2. However, the system cannot
differentiate between arming the system in STAY
Mode 1 or STAY Mode 2.
How to Enter Event Memory
Enter your four-character Master Code, followed
by [8] and the [#] button (for example, [25808#]).
Three beeps sound. The last 40 events display one
at a time by the codepad indicators, starting with
the most recent event. A beep sounds as each
event displays.
16. Day Alarm
Day alarm monitors a combination of zones
during the disarmed state. It beeps the codepad
buzzer if activated. Only your installer can
program zones 1 to 4 to operate for day alarm.
Example
A day alarm can be configured for the front door
of a shop with a pressure mat or electronic beam
that customers activate as they enter the shop.
When customers step on the pressure mat or break
the electronic beam, the codepad buzzer beeps.
How to Turn Day Alarm On
Hold down the [4] key until three beeps sound.
Day alarm turns on. All zones programmed for
day alarm operation cause the codepad buzzer to
beep during the disarmed state when activated.
How to Turn Day Alarm Off
Hold down the [4] key until two beeps sound.
Day alarm turns off.
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Codepad Buzzer Tone
Change
Hold down the [8] key to continuously change the
tone of the codepad buzzer. There are 50 different
tones, from 1500 Hz to 5000 Hz. If multiple
codepads are installed, each codepad can have a
different tone.
18. Remote Arming by
Telephone
Arm your system from any remote location using
the telephone. For security reasons, the system
cannot be disarmed using this method. This
feature requires a touch-tone telephone. Your
installer must program this feature to operate.
How to Remotely Arm Your System by
Telephone
1. Call the telephone number connected to your
control panel.
2. When the control panel answers the incoming
call, a short jingle sounds. To arm the system,
press the [*] key on the touch-tone telephone
for 1 second to 3 seconds.
If you hear modem tones when the control
panel answers the incoming call, the system
was programmed for remote programming
functions by your installer. Wait for a pause
between the tones before pressing the [*] key.
After releasing the [*] key on the touch-tone
telephone, two beeps sound, indicating that
the system is armed in AWAY Mode.
3. Hang up the telephone and the system
remains armed.
If your installer programmed answering
machine bypass, call the control panel
twice to make a connection with the
system. For example, call the telephone
number your control panel is
connected to and let the call ring no
more than four times. Hang up the
telephone. Wait a minimum of 8
seconds before you calling the control
panel again.
19. Partitioning
This feature only applies to the Solution Ultima
880 Control Panels. Your control panel can be
partitioned into four individual areas. Each area
can be operated from one Master Partitioned
codepad, or from separate Area Addressable
codepads.
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19.1
Master Partitioned Codepad
Indicators
The indicators on a Master Partitioned codepad
are configured into four groups (such as Zone
Indicators, Area On/Off Display, Area Display,
and Status Indicators). See Figure 6.
Figure 6:
Master Partitioned Codepad
Domestic Dialling
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FAULT Indicator
Displays the status of the fault register. (For
example, if the FAULT indicator is flashing, the
system detected a fault that is not yet
acknowledged. If the FAULT indicator is
illuminated, the fault is acknowledged. If the
FAULT indicator is not illuminated, the system
has no faults.)
PARTIAL Indicator
Only displays when an area is armed in STAY
Mode 1. (For example, if the PARTIAL indicator
is displayed, an area is armed in STAY Mode 1. If
the PARTIAL indicator is not displayed, no areas
are armed in STAY Mode 1.)
19.2
19.1.1
Zone Indicators
Zone indicators 1 to 8 show the status of each
zone. These zones belong to the area that has the
Area Display indicator lit. For example, if an
indicator is lit, that zone is unsealed. If the
indicator is dark, that zone is sealed.
19.1.2
Area On/Off Indicators
The group of four Area On/Off indicators display
the status of each area. For example, if an indicator
is lit, that area is armed. If the indicator dark, that
area is disarmed.
Only Area 1 and Area 2 can be used
with the Solution Ultima 880 Control
Panel.
19.1.3
Area Display Indicators
The group of four AREA DISPLAY indicators
show which area the zones displayed belong to.
19.1.4
Status Indicators
Operation of Codepads in
Partitioning
Area Addressable Codepad Operations
If you have a system partitioned with Area
Addressable eight-zone codepads, the operating
procedure is the same as described for a nonpartitioned system, except that all operations only
relate to the area the codepad is assigned to.
Master Partitioned Codepad Operations
If your system is partitioned with a Master
Partitioned codepad installed, the operating
procedure is the same as described for a nonpartitioned system, except that all operations relate
to the area displayed by the Area Display
indicator.
Example
If the Area Display indicator displays number 2,
all operations performed only operate in Area 2.
To operate Area 1, you must toggle the Area
Display indicator to number 1 by pressing the [#]
key. Pressing the [#] key again toggles you back to
the Area 2 display.
A group of four indicators display the following:
AUX Indicator
Displays when the control panel is using the
telephone line communicating to the receiving
party.
MAINS Indicator
Displays the status of the AC mains power. (For
example, if the indicator is illuminated, the AC
mains power supply is normal. If the indicator is
flashing, the AC mains power supply is
disconnected or failed.)
20. Domestic Dialling
Use domestic dialling can be used to call your
mobile phone or a relative/friend if your control
panel activates an alarm. Up to three different
telephone numbers can be programmed for the
control panel to call when an alarm occurs. Only
your installer can program the system to report in
the domestic format. The Master Code holder can
change the telephone numbers at any time.
20.1
Acknowledging Domestic Calls
When an alarm condition occurs, the system calls
the first programmed telephone number. When
you answer an incoming call, the system
repeatedly emits a siren tone followed by a pause,
continuously for 2 minutes (for example, siren
tone, pause, siren tone, and pause).
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Basic Pager Reporting
If you do not acknowledge the call from the
control panel during a pause between siren tones,
the control panel hangs up after 2 minutes and
calls the next telephone number.
4.
Pressing the [*] key for 1 second to 3 seconds
during the pause acknowledges the call. No further
calls are made for that event. If the call was
successfully acknowledged, a tone of decreasing
pitch sounds.
5.
Table 13: Domestic Dialling Telephone
Digits
Enter all the digits of the second telephone
number (for example, [96721055]).
As each digit is entered, the corresponding
codepad indicators display.
After the last digit of the second telephone
number is programmed, press the [#] key to
exit this function unless a third telephone
number is required. If there is a third
telephone number to program, press the [*4]
button to insert a break between the second
telephone number and the third telephone
number.
20.3
Digit
Required
0
1
2
3
4
5
Number to
Program
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
6
7
20.2
Digit
Required
8
9
Number to
Program
8
9
*
#
4-second
Pause
Break
*1
*2
*3
*4
Programming Domestic
Telephone Numbers
If your system is set up for domestic dialling, any
Master Code holder can program telephone
numbers that the control panel calls in the event of
an alarm.
How to Program Telephone Numbers
1. Enter your four character Master Code,
followed by the [2] and [#] keys (for example,
[25802#]).
Three beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
If there are telephone numbers already
programmed, they display one digit at a time
by the codepad indicators.
If there are no telephone numbers
programmed, two more beeps sound after
entering this mode. These two beeps normally
sound after the last digit of the last telephone
number displays.
2. Enter all digits for the first telephone number
(for example, [96721717]).
As each digit is entered, the corresponding
codepad indicators display.
3. If there is more than one telephone number to
program, press [*4]. This inserts a break
between the first telephone number and the
second telephone number. If there is only one
telephone number to program, press the [#]
key to exit this function.
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Disable Domestic Dialling
To cancel domestic dialling (for example, you are
moving and do not want the system to continue
calling your mobile phone), enter the following
sequence.
1. Enter your four character Master Code,
followed by the [2] and [#] keys (for example,
[25802#]).
Two beeps sound and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash.
2. Press the [*] key followed by the [4] and [#]
keys (for example, [*4#]).
The STAY and AWAY indicators are
disabled.
21.
Basic Pager Reporting
This feature only applies if your system reports to
a pocket pager. Basic pager reporting requires
some interpretation of the numbers appearing on
the display. It is possible to differentiate between
1000 different systems when a number of control
panels report to one pocket pager.
21.1
Basic Pager Display Information
Subscriber ID Number
This is the identification number of the control
panel, which can only be programmed by your
installer.
Zone Status
The zone status display shows the status of each
zone (1 to 8). Table 14 describes the meaning of
each number when it appears on the zone status
display.
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Table 14: Zone Status Display Descriptions
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System Status
The system status information is divided into four
digits.
Number
Displayed
0
1
2
3
Zone
Description
Zone Normal
Indicates the corresponding zone is in
the sealed state.
Alarm
Indicates the corresponding zone is
unsealed and in alarm condition.
Zone Bypassed
Indicates a system operator manually
isolated the corresponding zone. See
Section 8. Isolating Zones for
information on how to manually isolate a
zone(s) prior to arming the system.
Zone Trouble
Indicates a zone was left unsealed after
the end of exit time.
Table 15: System Status
System Status
Display
First digit
Second digit
Third digit
Fourth digit
Description
Indicates whether the system is
armed or disarmed:
8 = Disarmed
9 = Armed
Indicates which codepad alarm was
triggered by the operator:
0 = No Codepad Alarm
1 = Codepad Panic or Duress
Alarm
2 = Codepad Fire Alarm
3 = Codepad Medical Alarm
Indicates when the AC mains
supply fails:
0 = AC Supply is normal
1 = AC Supply has failed
Indicates when a system fault
occurs at the control panel:
0 = System Normal – There are no
faults
1 = System Fault – There is a fault
registered by the control panel
Figure 7 shows that the transmission came from the
control panel with ID number 678, and that zone 2
is in alarm. The figure also shows that zone 3 was
manually isolated and the system armed.
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Figure 7:
Basic Pager Reporting
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Basic Pager Display
2
1
3
1 – Subscriber ID number
2 – Zone status
3 – System status
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22. Glossary of Terms
Table 16: Glossary of Terms
Term
Alarm Condition
Answering Machine
Bypass
Area Codepad
Armed
Automatic Arming
Automatic Disarming
AWAY Mode
Codepad
Day Alarm
Detectors
Disarmed
Dynamic Battery
Testing
Entry Time/
Entry Delay
External Equipment
Forced Arming
Handover Delay
Hand Held Remote
Control
Isolating
Master Code
Master Partitioned
Codepad
Monitoring Station
Panic Alarm
Sealed
Description
Occurs when your alarm system is armed and one of the detection devices is
violated. A 24-hour zone (such as a smoke detector) can activate an alarm condition
when your system is armed or disarmed.
Make a connection with the system for remote arming operations when there is an
answering machine or facsimile machine on the same telephone line.
Use if the system is partitioned into two separate areas. All operations at the area
codepad do not affect the other area.
The system is ready to accept alarms.
Use to automatically arm the system at the same time every day in AWAY Mode or
STAY Mode 1.
Use to automatically disarm the system at the same time every day.
This is the mode used to arm your system when you leave your premises.
Use to arm/disarm the system and carry out other functions such as adding and
deleting system user codes.
Monitor a combination of zones while the system is disarmed.
Devices connected to your alarm system used to detect intrusion and cause an
alarm condition. Some detection devices include, Passive Infrared (PIR), smoke
detectors, photoelectric beams, reed switches, and vibration sensors.
A state in which your system does not accept alarms except on zones programmed
for 24-hour operation.
Use to monitor and test the condition of your back-up battery.
Time allowed after entering your premises by a zone programmed for delayed
operation so you can disarm the system.
Any device connected to your system, such as detectors, codepads, and sirens.
Permits your alarm system to be armed when one or more zones are unsealed.
Hands over the remaining delay time to a zone programmed as handover when your
system is armed and a zone programmed for delay has been violated. The handover
zone does not activate an alarm until the remaining delay time expires. A handover
zone acts as an instant zone if violated before the delay zone.
Use to remotely operate your system by hand held transmitters.
Manually disable (isolate) one or more zones before arming the system.
Numerical code used for arming and disarming the system, as well as allowing
access to functions (such as adding and deleting user codes).
Used only if your system is partitioned (CC488 only). The codepad allows you to
view and operate both areas from the same codepad.
Secure location where a digital receiver monitors numerous alarm systems and
deciphers their Alarm Transmission Reports. The operator can then advise the
appropriate authorities to take immediate action.
Indicates to the monitoring station there is an emergency situation at your premises.
Refers to zone status. If a zone is sealed, the detection device is not violated and
the zone indicator does not display on the codepad.
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Table 16: continued
Term
Sensor Watch
Silent Alarm
STAY Mode 1
STAY Mode 2
Telco Arm Sequence
Telco Disarm
Sequence
Unsealed
User Code
Zones
24-Hour Zones
Description
Use the control panel to recognise detection devices that have stopped working, or
view a PIR detector that is blocked (unable to detect any movement over the
duration of the time programmed by your installer).
Zones that your installer programs for silent operation. When the zone programmed
for silent operation is violated during the armed period, your alarm system
communicates with the monitoring station without sounding the sirens.
Automatically isolates zones when your system is armed in STAY Mode 1. Only your
installer can program zones to be isolated automatically in STAY Mode 1.
Automatically isolates zones when your system is armed in STAY Mode 2. Only the
Master Code holder can program zones to be isolated automatically in STAY Mode
2.
Automatically calls the telephone exchange and diverts your telephone number to
another telephone when the system is armed in AWAY mode. (In Australia, this
feature is called Call Forward.)
Automatically calls the telephone exchange without forwarding your telephone
number.
Refers to zone status. A zone is unsealed when a zone is violated. The
corresponding zone indicator displays on the codepad.
Personal Identification Number (PIN) the operator uses to arm and disarm the
system.
Monitored input used to trigger an alarm condition when violated.
Monitored input programmed to trigger an alarm condition when violated when the
system is armed or disarmed 24 hours a day.
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Installation Company
Technician’s Name
Technician’s Telephone Number
Installation Date
Warranty Expiration
Panel Software Version
Service Notes
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Zone Description
Allows you to describe each zone and mark whether the zone was programmed to be automatically isolated in
STAY Mode 1, or was programmed for day alarm operation.
Isolated In
STAY Mode 1
Day Alarm
Enabled
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4
Zone 5
Zone 6
Zone 7
Zone 8
User Code Names
Default = 2580
User Code 1
Master
Code
Y
User Code 9
User Code 2
User Code 10
User Code 3
User Code 11
User Code 4
User Code 12
User Code 5
User Code 13
User Code 6
User Code 14
User Code 7
User Code 15
User Code 8
User Code 16
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Entry/Exit Times
Entry Timer 1
Exit Time
Entry Timer 2
Entry Guard Time
Arming Options
Single Button Arming
YES
NO
Forced Arming
YES
NO
Single Button Disarming
YES
NO
Remote Arming by Telephone
YES
NO
Automatic Arming Time
AM/PM
Automatic Disarming Time
AM/PM
Output Descriptions
Output 1
Output 3
Output 2
Output 4
Isolating Method
Standard Isolating
YES
NO
Code to Isolate
YES
NO
Communication Options
Back to Base Reporting
Domestic Reporting
YES
NO
YES
NO
Domestic Reporting – Number of
Beeps
Other System Information
Siren Run Time
Minutes
Can your system be serviced by another technician?
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NO
If Yes, Installer’s Code
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9 Digit RF User Code ID Numbers
Place the RF Radio Keyfob ID Sticker in the appropriate location below.
9
Radio User Code 9 ID Number
13
Radio User code 13 ID Number
10
Radio User code 10 ID Number
14
Radio User code 14 ID Number
11
Radio User code 11 ID Number
15
Radio User code 15 ID Number
12
Radio User code 12 ID Number
16
Radio User code 16 ID Number
9 Digit RF Device ID Numbers
Place the RF Device ID Sticker in the appropriate location below.
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
1
RF Device 1 ID Number
9
RF Device 9 ID Number
2
RF Device 2 ID Number
10
RF Device 10 ID Number
3
RF Device 3 ID Number
11
RF Device 11 ID Number
4
RF Device 4 ID Number
12
RF Device 12 ID Number
5
RF Device 5 ID Number
13
RF Device 13 ID Number
6
RF Device 6 ID Number
14
RF Device 14 ID Number
7
RF Device 7 ID Number
15
RF Device 15 ID Number
8
RF Device 8 ID Number
16
RF Device 16 ID Number
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D
24-Hour Zones.......................................................20
A
Adding Radio User Codes .....................................8
Adding User Codes ................................................8
Advice To Users......................................................4
Alarm Condition ...................................................19
Answering Machine Bypass.................................19
Area Addressable Codepad .................................16
Area Codepad .......................................................19
Area Display Indicator .........................................15
Area On/Off Indicator .........................................15
Armed.....................................................................19
Arming
AWAY Mode ......................................................6
STAY Mode 1 .....................................................7
STAY Mode 2 .....................................................7
Telephone Arming ............................................15
Audible Indications.................................................6
Automatic Arming ................................................19
Automatic Disarming............................................19
AWAY Indicator.....................................................5
AWAY Mode ....................................................6, 19
B
Battery Testing ......................................................19
Bell Test..................................................................14
C
Codepad.............................................................4, 19
Buzzer Tone .......................................................15
Duress Alarm .....................................................10
Fire Alarm ..........................................................10
Medical Alarm...................................................10
Panic Alarm .......................................................10
Tamper Alarm ...................................................10
Codepad Indicators
Audible Indications.............................................6
AWAY Indicator .................................................5
FAULT Indicator ................................................6
MAINS Indicator ................................................5
Off Indicator ........................................................5
On Indicator ........................................................5
STAY Indicator ...................................................5
System Disarmed.................................................5
Zone Indicators....................................................5
Communciation Fail .............................................12
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Date and Time...................................................... 12
Day Alarm............................................................. 14
Deleting Radio User Codes....................................8
Deleting User Codes ...............................................8
Detectors................................................................ 19
Disarmed ............................................................... 19
Disarming .................................................................8
Domestic Dialling................................................. 16
Acknowledging Domestic Calls ...................... 16
Disable ............................................................... 17
Programming Domestic Telephone Numbers16
Duress Alarm ........................................................ 10
E
E2 Fault.................................................................. 12
Entry Delay/Entry Time ..................................... 19
Entry Guard Timer .................................................7
Event Memory Recall.......................................... 14
External Equipment ............................................. 19
F
Fault Analysis........................................................ 11
Fault Descriptions................................................. 12
Communciation Fail......................................... 12
Date and Time .................................................. 12
E2 Fault.............................................................. 12
Fuse Fail............................................................. 12
Horn Speaker .................................................... 12
Low Battery ....................................................... 12
RF Low Battery................................................. 12
RF Receiver Fail ............................................... 12
RF Sensor Watch .............................................. 12
Sensor Watch .................................................... 12
System Fault ...................................................... 12
Tamper Fail ....................................................... 12
Telephone Line Fail ......................................... 12
FAULT Indicator ............................................. 6, 16
Fire Alarm ............................................................. 10
Forced Arming.................................................. 6, 19
Fuse Fail................................................................. 12
H
Hand Held Remote Control ............................... 19
Handover Delay ................................................... 19
Horn Speaker........................................................ 12
Horn Speaker Test ............................................... 14
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I
Installation Notes ..................................................21
Introduction .............................................................4
Isolating ..................................................................19
Isolating Zones ......................................................10
Code to Isolate...................................................10
Standard Isolating..............................................10
L
LCD Codepad .........................................................4
Low Battery ...........................................................12
M
MAINS Indicator ..............................................5, 16
Master Code ..........................................................19
Master Partitioned Codepad................................19
Area Display Indicator .....................................15
Area On/Off Indicator .....................................15
FAULT Indicator ..............................................16
MAINS Indicator ..............................................16
Operating ...........................................................16
Partial Indicator .................................................16
Zone Indicators..................................................15
Medical Alarm.......................................................10
Monitoring Station ................................................19
O
Off Indicator ............................................................5
On Indicator ............................................................5
Output
Reset Latching Outputs ....................................13
Turning On/Off.................................................13
P
Pager Reporting ....................................................17
Panic Alarm .................................................... 10, 19
Partial Indicator.....................................................16
Partitioning
Area Addressable Codepad .............................16
Area Display Indicator .....................................15
Area On/Off Indicator .....................................15
Codepad Operations.........................................16
Zone Indicators..................................................15
R
Radio User Codes
Adding ..................................................................8
Deleting ................................................................8
Remote Arming.....................................................15
Remote Control.....................................................19
RF Low Battery .....................................................12
RF Receiver Fail....................................................12
RF Sensor Watch ..................................................12
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S
Sealed..................................................................... 19
Sensor Watch .................................................. 12, 20
Silent Alarm .......................................................... 20
Specifications ...........................................................4
STAY Indicator .......................................................5
STAY Mode 1................................................... 7, 20
Entry Guard Timer..............................................7
STAY Mode 2................................................... 7, 20
Entry Guard Timer..............................................7
Programming Zones ............................................7
Strobe Test ............................................................ 14
System Disarmed.....................................................5
T
Tamper Alarm ...................................................... 10
Tamper Fail........................................................... 12
Telco Arm Sequence...................................... 13, 20
Telco Disarm Sequence ................................. 13, 20
Telephone Line Fail ............................................. 12
Test Report............................................................ 14
Testing
Bell Test ............................................................. 14
Horn Speaker Test............................................ 14
Strobe Test......................................................... 14
Test Report........................................................ 14
Walk Test........................................................... 14
U
Unsealed ................................................................ 20
User Codes............................................................ 20
Adding ..................................................................8
Adding Radio Users ............................................8
Deleting.................................................................8
W
Walk Test .............................................................. 14
Z
Zone Indicators................................................. 5, 15
Zones...................................................................... 20
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