i-onEX Range Admin Guide - Alert Electrical Wholesalers Ltd.

FOB-2W-4B
Contents
1. Introduction ............................................................. 1
Fitting the Battery ........................................................ 1
A Guided Tour ............................................................. 2
Operating the buttons .................................................. 3
2. Using the Fob ........................................................... 4
Setting the System ...................................................... 4
Part Setting the System* .............................................. 4
What Happens if the System Will Not Set (or Part Set) ..... 4
Unsetting the System ................................................... 5
Querying the State of the System .................................. 5
PA* ............................................................................ 5
3. Registering Fobs on the System ............................... 7
4. Deleting Fobs From the System ................................ 9
5. Changing the battery. ............................................. 11
6. Technical Specifications ......................................... 13
General .................................................................... 13
Battery: .................................................................... 13
Radio: ...................................................................... 13
Security .................................................................... 14
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1. Introduction
The two-way keyfob, FOB-2W-4B, is a remote control designed to
give you confidence that your alarm system has set or unset
correctly. When you operate the buttons on the fob, the control
unit sends back signals which light up one or more LEDs on the
fob to let you know what is happening. The LEDs can show
whether your system has set or not, or if there is a fault that
prevents setting.
The rest of this guide explains the features of the FOB-2W-4B in
detail, and shows you how to make the alarm system learn the
identity of a new fob. For details on how to operate your alarm
system please read the Administration Guide for your alarm
system.
Fitting the Battery
When your fob is delivered from the factory, the battery is packed
separately to ensure that it does not discharge during shipping.
To fit the battery for the first time (see figure 1):
1
2
3
Figure 1.
1. Undo the screw on back of the fob. Note that the screw holds
the shackle for the key ring. Place the shackle and ring
somewhere safe for the moment.
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2. Lift off the battery lid.
3. Fit the new battery. The positive side of the battery should be
on top. Note: make sure your hands are clean and dry when
handling the battery. Even small amounts of grease or dirt can
affect the contact between the battery and the fob.
4. Re-fit the battery lid.
5. Hold the key-ring shackle in place and re-fit the screw you
removed in step 1.
6. Tighten the screw until it holds the battery lid closed. Do not
over-tighten the screw.
7. Test the new battery by holding down the Query button on the
fob for three seconds (see figure 2). You should see the red LED
by that button flashing.
A Guided Tour
When you receive your fob for the first time, take a minute to
look at it and identify each of the buttons. Figure 2 shows you
where they are.
Set button
Unset button
Set LED
Unset LED
Query LED
Part set LED
Query button
Part Set button
(or
programmable)
Figure 2.
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Operating the buttons
To ensure that the fob does not accidentally operate while it is in
your pocket, the buttons are deliberately slow to respond to
pressure. You must hold down the button you intend to press for
at least three seconds to activate its function.
Once the fob recognises that you intend to press a button, a red
LED next to the button will flash three times quickly. At the same
time the fob sends a radio message to the control unit of your
alarm system.
After carrying out the function you selected on the fob, the
control unit will send back a signal to the fob. The fob lights a
green LED next to the appropriate button for three seconds. The
green LED is your confirmation that the control unit has carried
out the function indicated by the button.
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2. Using the Fob
Setting the System
Press and
hold:
The setting LED flashes red three
times.
The system sets. The control unit
sends a message to the fob.
The setting LED glows green for three
seconds.
Part Setting the System*
Press and
hold:
The part setting LED flashes red three
times.
The system part sets. The control unit
sends a message to the fob.
The part setting LED glows green for
three seconds.
*The
button can be programmed to carry out another function.
See the i-on Range Administration Guide.
What Happens if the System Will Not
Set (or Part Set)
If there is a fault (for example a door
open) when the system tries to set or
part set then the control unit sends a
message to the fob to say that it
cannot set.
All four LEDs glow red for three
seconds.
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Unsetting the System
Press and
hold:
The un-setting LED flashes red three
times.
The system unsets.
The unset LED glows green for three
seconds.
Querying the State of the System
Press and
hold:
The query LED flashes red three
times.
The control unit send a message to
the fob giving the current state of the
system. If the system is:
Full Set, you see:
Part Set, you see:
Unset, you see:
PA*
*This function may be disabled by the installer to comply with
current regulations.
Press and hold
any two
diagonally
opposite
buttons at the
same time.
All four LEDs flash red three times.
The control unit starts a PA alarm. If
your system is connected to an alarm
receiving centre the control unit sends
a PA alarm message to them. The
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control unit then sends a message to
the fob to confirm that it has started a
PA alarm.
All four LEDs glow green for three
seconds.
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3. Registering Fobs on the
System
You can register a fob on the alarm system yourself (provided
you are not a “Guard” or “Set Only” user. (A Master User or
Admin User can register a fob for a new user when they first add
the user to the system.)
Note: The sample screens on the right show “i-on160EX” as the
control unit. The steps below will also work with any other
control unit in the i-on range.
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  .


5.
Press .


6.
Press  until the display
shows:
7.
Press .
.
The display asks you to press
one of the buttons on the
fob.



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Note: If you already have a
Remote allocated to you
then the screen will display
“Delete Remote?”. See
page 9.
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8.
Press any button on the
remote control that you wish
to register. Hold the button
down until you see the
transmit LED flash.

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followed by:


The control unit learns the
identity of the Remote and
links it with your access
code.
If the control unit has
already learned that remote
control then you will hear a
low tone and the display tells
you that the remote control
is already in use.
If you do not wish to register a remote control press .
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4. Deleting Fobs From the
System
If you have lost a fob assigned to you then you should delete it
from the system to make sure that no unauthorised person can
use it. Also, if you wish to reassign a device to another user, you
must first delete it from the system.
To delete a fob:
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  until you see:.


5.
Press .


6.
Press  until the display
shows:
7.
Press .
8.
Press  until the display
shows:
9.
Press .
.
The display shows:








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


10. Press .
The bottom line of the display
shows the first in a list of the
known devices.


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11. Press  until the bottom line
of the display shows the
remote you wish to delete.
12. Press .
13. Press .
The control unit deletes the
remote from its memory. The
remote can no longer be used
on the system.





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followed by:


14. Press  repeatedly to leave the
menu.
To re-register the fob, re-enter the Menu and select Users - Edit
User. Select the user name to want to assign the fob to, and then
follow the instructions on page 7.
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5. Changing the battery.
If you have had the fob for some time and the battery has run
low, then you will need a 3V CR2450 LiMn02 type battery as a
replacement.
When you have the replacement ready, change the battery as
follows:
1. Undo the screw on back of the fob (see figure 3)
Figure 3.
2. Lift off the battery lid.
3. Note which way up the battery is fitted and gently prise out the
old battery. CAUTION: Do not try to prise out the battery by
inserting a screwdriver near battery contacts.
4. Fit the new battery. Make sure you insert it with the positive
side upwards. Note: make sure your hands are clean and dry
when handling the new battery. Even small amounts of grease or
dirt can affect the contact between the battery and the fob.
5. Re-fit the battery lid.
6. Hold the key-ring shackle in place and re-fit the screw you
removed in step 1.
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7. Tighten the screw until it holds the battery lid closed. Do not
over-tighten the screw.
8. Test the new battery by holding down the Query button on the
fob for three seconds. You should see the red LED by that button
flashing.
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6. Technical Specifications
General
Product number
FOB-2W-4B.
Product
Description
Keyfob 2 way 4 button.
Manufacturer
Cooper Security Ltd.
Environmental
Class II.
Operating
temperature
Tested -10 to +55°C in accordance with
50130-5.
Humidity
0 to 93% RH, non-condensing.
Case material
Acetal (Polyoxymethylene).
Dimensions
58 x 38 x 19 mm HxWxD without keyring shackle
Keyring plus shackle adds 26mm to length.
Weight
32g (incl battery and keyring).
Battery:
Type
Li-Mn. CR2450
Voltage
3V
Duration
3 years, based on four operations per day
(See Note overleaf.)
Radio:
Operating
frequency
868.6625MHz Narrowband.
Transmitter
range
The range of the transmitter depends on the
environment in which it is used. As a guideline,
most transmitters will work in excess of 200m
range in free space conditions.
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Security
Security Grade
Grade 2
Digital key
differs
16,777,216 (224)
Note:
Prolonged and continuous use at temperatures below 5°C may
cause the unit to signal low battery, although it will continue to
operate as required. This is because the voltage of coin cell
batteries is affected by low temperatures.
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