Model 4160-12 C-Com Point Protection Control

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Message: 0135
5355
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5555
J. 8E8COAIRIDIONICS
REFORTINQ FORMATS
Like the Ademco Low Speed format. each alarm/lrouble/atatus message
reported in SESCOA. Radio&s. Radionlcs “Superfast” and Radionics
“BFSK” formats contains a code digit which is PROM assigned to that
message. Any digit from the full hexadecimal code set (0-9. B-F) can be
used for each of these formats for trouble/status messages (only l-6 for
alarm messages).
NOTE: The full hexadecimal code set can also be used with the
Ademco low speed format provided that the central station
receiver used can decode and display the resulting
messages. The Ademco No. 660/673 receiver can only
accommodate the code set t-9.
The Radionics central station receiver can be flagged to print the word
“Fire” when it receives an alan report, in “BFSK” format, it zone four is
designated as a tire zone. Fire zone designation for “BFSK” alarm reporting
purposes is made in the communicator PROM.
It should be tufther noted that the following reporting code assignments are
required tar the Radionics, Radionics “Superfast” and Radionics “BFSK”
tom&s in order to attain the appropriate English language printout and
diiy
at the Radionics No. 6000 receiver. They apply as well to the
Ademco Low Speed. Radionics, Radionics “Superfast” and Radionics
“BASK” tormatsfor Engtish language printout at the Ademco No. 665
Receiver.
= Open
: =ClOM
D = Cancel (if Openings/Closings are not
mwammed)
E = Restore
F = Trouble
BFSK tormat also requires that extended data reporting be selected in the
communicator PROM and that new low battery format be selected in the
control PROM.
IV. INSTALLER
PROM PROGtiMlNG
The ayatem employa two PROM integrated circuits for salec6on of
system optics. one primarily for control characteristics and one totally
for comrnt&ator
characteristics Thaae PROMS are ordered aaparately. Ademco No. 691 if blank and will be programmed by the installer
ff No. 691 p3 (amtml) and No. 691 P12 (communicator) it the programming is done by Ademco to customer order. In either case the
followingfeaturechartsneedtobecunpletedasarecordofme
ayatemcorlnlulation.
CUSTOMER NAME
ZOIUS wtth Enlry/Erlt
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Numbar
of Box
Chl?Ckd
Check 0~
6
‘CUST. NO.
Znl=rI
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Zns 1.2.3=
7. Sekt
T-i;T1
Znsl,2=[311
None=~l
F-1 Rospwmo (15 mot)
Znt -111)
Zn3=~~Zns2.3-~3
Zn4=17]
Zns2,4=15
Zns2.3.4=
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Zones Check Ona
Zns3,4=r]
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8. Zona 4 Typa Setactta
Jt#mw
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Check One
Night Burglary = m
Day/Night Burglary=
Fire*‘= ITI
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m
2
~u*m~NiihtBurglary=~“((Fire”=~
Day/Night Burglary=
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Selection of “No Alarm Timeout” for fire is mandatory for
listed U.L. household Cre installations per U.L. Standard 965.
B.Zonaa5and6TypeSatectton:CheckOlw
Zn 5 = Silent Panic (Console Display On), Zn 6 = Burglary:
Zn 5 = Silent Panic (Con&e
Display Oft), Zn 6 = Burglary:
Program the numbeis that you write into the boxes except for
double boxes where you program the number preprinted in a
box~nexttomeboxyoucheck.
ACONTROLPRON
camtd?Rwopsl0mup1
TO program, set Phone No. Selector Switch to “Secondary” and Rotary
Switch to Position 2 (Main Phone No.) on No. 690 PROM Programmer.
(SemO-9)Ij
l--v-w’(l)
2 Exn w
3.Exlul#Alamt
---o-Y
(2)
XlSsecs=-
(SelectO-9)0X15secs=
(select0-9)D
-
XlSsecs=-
(seeto-9)
0
X4mins=
‘- t+izf?‘(3)
(select 0-9) 0
X 4 mins = 5. AC Foww Fait
RmacIton D&y
NOTES: Per U.L. Standard 1023 for a listed U.L. household burglary
installation:
‘(1) A mulmunr
of 45 seconds is allowed.
72) A muhum ot 60 secondsis allowed.
l (3) A mMmum of 4 minutes is allowed.
En
2
Zn 5 = Silent Panic (Console Diiptay Off),
Zn 6 = Audible Panic:
6
Zn 5 = Audible Panic, Zn 6 = Burglary:
NO=
0
m
m
m
Zn 5 = Silent Panic (Console Display On),
Zn 6 = Audible Panic:
Zn 5 = Audibte Panic, Zn 6 = Audible Panic:
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10. Abm~ Soundor Optbom Check Ona
There are two burglary siren output formats from which to select it
the optional No. 4165 Siren Driver is to be used. format #l is a
rapidly alternating HI/LO sound that is similar to an electronic bell
sound. Format #2 is a sknuly alternating HI/LO sound that is similar
to the sound produced by emergency vehicles in some locales.
The confirmation 01arming “ding” is a brief ‘h second pulse ot the
exterior alam sounder to advise the subscriber that the system has
set up successtully after he is outside the premises. Primarily for
commercial usage. thii “Ding” is produced after kissofl (by the
central station receiver) if “closing” reporting is programmed or after
the exit delay has ended il “closing” reporting is not selected.
Theaopamt~AandBdatgnatiomrWtetotheukUonofthe
atgnmlpolamyofthooulputmTe1-l.lhboutputpmmtB8ha
syatenfs ‘mnln~ *tatus” to l xtwnd oontmlhd devkas (e.g.
motion detectors. contact identification annunciator). “A” selection
yields a 0 Volt output for “Disarmed”. a Voltage output for “Armed”.
“B” selection yields a Voltage output for “Disarmed”. 0 Volt output
tar “Armed.”
A
B
Burglary Siren Output 11 (Rapid Alt. HI/LO). No Contirmatton
of Arming “Ding”:
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Burglary Siren Output #2 (Slow AH. HI/LO). No Confirmation
of Arming “Ding”:
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Burglary Siren Outpul #t , Confirmation of Arming “‘Ding”:
ConImd PROM Data Group 5
To program, set Rotary Switch to Position 7 (“16 Set Delay”) and raise
switches for checked boxes.
!&conday 16 second Communicator Reporl Delay: (check.rewrts
for which desired)
SWITCHES
mm
Burglary Siren Output #2. Confirmation of Am\ing “Ding”:
mm0
11. Not Used
12. WasWr Security Code Dominance gekctlon:
Select 1 if Secondary Security Codes are to be usable at any time
or 0 if arming with the Master Code is to inhibit disarming by the
secondary codes.
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Control PROM Date Group 2
To program, set Phone No. Selector Switch to “Primary” and Rotary
Switch lo Position 2 (Main Phone No.) on No. 690 PROM Programmer.
‘NO=
Select l-6 for communicator reports; duplicate assignments
allowed.
Select 0 if communicator report not desired for a zone.
1. Communlutor Alarm Co&/Channel’
Aulgned to Zone 1:
2. Communicator Alarm CoddChurml’
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Aulgned to zone 2
3. Communlutor Alarm Code/Channel’
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Auigned b Zone 3:
4. Communicator Alarm Code/Channel’
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Aselgned to Zone 4:
5. Communlwtor Alarm Code/Channel’
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Aulgnad to Zone 5:
6. Communicator Alarm Code/Channel’
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Aulgned to Zone 8:
7. Communicator Alarm Code/Chennef*
Aulgned to Duress Alan:
g-12 Not Used.
Conlrol PROM Data Group 3
To program. set Phone No. Selector Switch to “Primary” and Rotary
Stitch to Position 3 (Subs ID U) on No. 690 PROM Programmer.
Master Secuflty Code (Select from O-9 digit set, repeating digits
permitted):
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Conbd FROM Data Group4
To program. set Rotary Switch to Position 6 (‘Inverted”) on No. 690
PROM Programmer and raise switches for checked boxes.
Communlwtor Reporl Wecllon:
(check as many as desired)
q
SWITCHES
1
2
3
4
OPEN
-.-CLOSE
SHUNTED
ZONES
ZONE 4
TROUBLE
AC FAIL
e-wLO BATT
5
6
7
6
CANCEL
CODE
NOT
USED
NOT
USED
NOT
USED
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2. Cancel Code is transmitted if a burglary atarm is tumed ofl while Vte
alarm sounder is sounding (not applicable lo fire and panic alarms).
When a Cancel Code is enabled in this Control PROM, Open/Close
reporting must not be selected in this group and an Opening Code
must be enabled in PROM Data Group 6 of the CommunluUon
PROM (if any format other than Ademco’s high speed format is used).
3. AC Fail/Low Battery Reporting should be selected if Radionics
“BFSK’ reporting is used.
2
3
4
ZONE
1
ZONE
2
ZONE
3
ZONE
4
5
6
7
8
ZONE
5
ZONE
6
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ZONE 4
TROUBLE
CLOSING
REPORT
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Control PROM Data Group 6
To program, set Rotary Switch lo Position 6 (“Secondary # Only”) and
raise switches tar checked boxes.
Communlutor
Reporl to Woond Telephone Number ONLY: (Check
reports for which desired)
SWITCHES
1
2
4
3
ZONE
1
ZONE
2
ZONE
3
6
7
ZONE
6
ZONE 4
TROUBLE
ZONE
4
A
5ZONE
5
6
OPEN/CLOSE
AND SHUNTS
L.
Control PROM Data Group 7
To program. set Rotary Switch to Position 9 (“Open/Close”) and raise
switches for checked boxes.
Wbcellaneous Communicator Reporting Selactlonz (Check as many as
desired)
SWITCHES
1
2
3
4
DURESS
ALARM TO
2ND
TELCO
NO. ONLY
ALL REPORTS
ON ONE
CALL
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5
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NOTES:
1. Shunted Burglary Zone Reporl is transmitted at Armed
AWAY time. Shunted 24 Hour Zone Report is transmitted
immediately.
1
NOT
USED
AC FAIL.
LOW
BATTERY.
TEST REPORT
TO 2ND TELCO
NO. ONLY
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6
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NOT
USED
LOW BATT
REPORT
IN NEW
ADEMCO
HI SPEED
FORMAT
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7
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DUAL
REPORT
6
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ALTERNATE
BY PAIRS
DIALING
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conlml PROMDataGroup 11
CWtlOlPROYDObQfOUp8
To program, set Rotary switch to Posftion 10 (“Restore”) and raise
switches for checked boxes.
Can&al ScIuon Restofs RepoNs: (check as many as desired)
To program. set Rotary Switch to Position 13 (“Not Used”) and raise
Switches for checked boxes.
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Rntora tar Sounding of Mulllplo Alamu In an Armed Period
SWITCHES
SWITCHES
1
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2
ZONE
3
ZONE
4
7
6
7
6
5
6
ZONE
5
ZONE
6
ZONE 4
TROUBLE
NOT
USED
ZONE
5
ZONE
6
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ZONE
1
ZONE
2
ZONE
3
ZONE
1
ZONE
4
5
6
7
6
ZONE
5
ZONE
6
NOT
USED
NOT
USED
NOT
USED
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1
NOT
USED
2
ZONE
2
3
ZONE
3
4
ZONE 4
(ONLY IF
BURG ZONE)
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8. COMMUNlCATlON PROM
Communication PROM Data Group 1
To program, set Phone No. Setector Switch to “Primary” and Rotary
Switch to Position 1 (Access #) on No. 690 PROM Programmer
Primary PABX Aooass Number (Select from O-9. Up to 4 digits):
q unu
(e.g..
9)
Communkalion
PROM Data Group 2
To program, set Phone No. Selector Switch to “Secondary” and Raary
Switch to Position 1 (Access U) on No. 696 PROM Programmer.
Sacondary PABX Acoau Numb
(Select from O-9. Up to 4 digits):
Control PROM Data Group 10
To program, set Rotary Switch to Position 12 (“Not Used.“) and raise
switches for checked boxes.
Pwmlt ledlvldual Keypad Shun1
SWITCHES
4
2
3
1
ZONE
3
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SWITCHES
1
NOl’Ez User-permissible shuntiig of zones that are to be used as 24
hour zones (i.e. Fire or Emergency/Panic) should NOT be
PROM enabted during programming ff the central monitoring
Statii has already standardized on reporting of Fire as Code 1
and Emergency/Panic as Code 2 (using tow speed or high
speed reporting). This will ensure proper communicator reporting of shunts.
ff the above described standardization does sol exist and
Zone 4 (if used for fire) and zone 5 (or 6 if used for
emergency/panic) can be reporled as Codes 4 and 5 respectively, this warning doas not apply).
ZONE
2
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Control PROM Datr Group 12
To program, set Rotary Switch to Position 14 (“Not Used”) and raise
switches for checked boxes.
Dolay Extrrlor Alarm Soundlnp and Con&al Statlon Reporting for
Pwlod Delilwd Prevlou8ly
ZONE
4
ZONE
1
.
ZONE
2
6
This selection is only relevant if Local Restore for Multiple Alarm
Sounding has been selected (see PROM Data Group 11)
Control PROM Data Group S
To program. set Rotary Switch to Position 11 (“Not Used”) and raise
switches for checked boxes.
PwIUI Forood Anning Shunt
SWITCHES
1
4
2
3
4
ZONE
1
5
NO=
3
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Communlcatlon PROM Data Group 3
To program, set Phone No. Selector Switch to “Primary” and Rotary
Switch to Position 2 (Main Phone No.) on No. 690 PROM Programmer.
Mmary Teloo Number (Select from O-9. Up to 12 digits):
q uunuuununun
(eg: Out of Area Access digit (1). Area Code. Exchange, Lme Number]
Communlwllon
PROM Dota Group 4
To program, set Phone No. Selector Switch to “Secondary” and Rotary
Switch to positiin 2 (Main Phone No.) on No. 690 PROM Programmer.
Secondary Telco Number’ (Select from O-9. up to 12 digits):
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q nunnnunuuon
*NOTES: 1. Trailing blanks are pem%siWe for entries less than the
maximum number of digits but leadtng or intermediate
”
blanks are NOT altowed.
2. In certain Telco networks (G.T.B E.). it may be necessary to
program an 11 In the positton Immediately followmg the last
digil of the Telco number. See Note on Page 6 for details.
NOTE: See NOTE under PROM Data Group 9.
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Cornmunkallon PROM Data Group 5
To program, set Phone No. Selector Switch to “Primary” and Rotary
Switch to Position 3 (Subs lD#) on No. 690 PROM Programmer.
Primary Subscrlbw ID” (Select from O-9):
CommunkaUon PROM Data Group 6
To program, set Phone No. Selector Switch to “Secondary” and Rotary
Switch to Position 3 (Subs ID#) on No. 690 Programmer.
Soowdary Subsorlbw ID” (Select irom O-9):
u u-u q
q uuo
**NOTfEz All 4 digits must be tilled in. The leading digit is not transmttted
for Ademco Low Speed, SESCOA. and Radionics. Unless a four
digit low speed subscriber I.D. is selected, only the last 3 digits
are transmitted.
Communkatlon PROM Data Group 7
TO program, set Rotary Switch to Position 4 (“No1 Used’) and raise
switches for checked boxes represenling bits set within the hexadecimal
code.
Adamco Low SpadlSESCOURadlonks
Reporllng Codes for
froubte and Trouble Restore (Select trom O-9. B- F)
“Troubfe Restore
“Trouble
1
(eg: 7 = I + 2 + 4, B = 1 + 2 + 8, C = 4
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6
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4
2
1
5
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Bit Weights
SWITCHES
4
3
2
Bit Weights
1
Munco Low SpndlSESCONRadlonl
Ro~ortlng Co&s lor
Opwlng and Closkn~ (Select from O-9. B-F)
SWITCHES
4
3
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2
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8
“Closing’
2
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4
2
“Opening’
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8
8.0 = 1 + 4 + 8. see page 14)
Communication PROM Data Group 8
To program, set Rotary Switch to Position 5 (“Sys Options*‘) and raise
switches for checked boxes representing bfts set within the hexadecimal
code.
1
I
1
8
7
5
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4
1
8
NOTEES: -1. When a Canoat Code has been enabled (PROM Data
Group 4. bit fl5 of the Control PROM) an Opanlng Code
must also be enabled hen in PROM Data Group 8.
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“2. The code assignments shown on page 8 are required
7
6
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8
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4
2
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8
here in PROM Data Group 7 and 8 if English language printout is required
at the Ademco 685 or Radionics 6000/6500 Receivers for the Ademco
LOWSpeed. Radionics, Radionics “Superfast” and Radionics “BFSK”
formats.
Communiutlon
PROM Data Group 6
To program, set Rotary Switch to Position 6 (“Inverted”) and raise
switches for checked boxes representing bits set within the hexadecimal code.
Maximum Numbor 01 Attempts lo Old (Select from l-1 5. defaults to 8 if
not programmed)
Number of Attempts (l-1 5)
1
Bit Weights
3
2
1
2
4
SWITCHES
4
8
5
-
7
6
NOT USED’
‘NOTE: Switches 5-8 must be in down position.
8
Gommunic8Uon PROM Data Group 10
To Pmoram. set Rotary Switch to Position 7 (“16 set Defay”) and set
switches for checked boxes as indicated. .
1
SIT
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ACM
WAIT
2
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FORMAT
DATA
%ECT’oN
ACXNDWLEDGE
E!zizwNcT.
SPEED
ONLY *
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6
DIGIT
TIME
8
CHECK-SUM
VERIFICATION
DATA SPEED
.
LOW SPEED
FORMAT
SELECTION
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ADEMCO
%Yco
SWITCH)
SWITCHES
4
3
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iT?sED.
AcLnowkdge Chamotarbucr wd Roporthg Formats ?or Communlutlon lo PRIMARY T&o Number (check as desired):
SESCOA
SPEED
TRANSMls.smN
SIT
NOT
SE!XCJA.
plxAlx;g
ADEMCO.
RADIONICS.
RADIONICS
SUPERFAST
SUPERFAST
/
7he state of these PROM bits will have no effect on Radionics “BFSK”
transmissions if “DATA SPEED” is set to the BFSK option.
*munkrUon
PROM Dab Group 11
To program, set Rotary Switch to Position 8 (“Secondary # Only”) and set
switches for checked boxes as indicated.
1
2
3
Ackmwbdge
Characteristics and Reporllng Formats for
Communkatlon
to SECONDARY Telco Number (check as desired):
SWITCHES
4
5
6
7
8
ACKNOWLEDGE
‘The state of these PROM bits will have no effect on Radionics “BFSK”
transmissions if “DATA SPEED” is set to the BFSK option
Communtcrtlon PROM Data Group 12
To program, set Rotary Switch to Position9 (“Open/Close”)
for checked boxes as indicated.
1
2
Dbllng and Roportlng Characterlabs
and set switches
3
SWlTCHES
4
‘and”: See Notes on next page.
12
5
6
Salactlon (Check as desired):
7
8
.
The extended delay should only ba used when orbiting satellites are
used to relay telco transmissions and an AdemCO 685 Receiver, Software Revision 3.7 or higher is used. When other receivers are used, con.
sult with the manutacturer.
*Should be enabled on all telco networks which have called party disconnect
(hanging up the phone for a period of time will cause disconnect of an
incoming call)
Communication PROM Data Group 13
To program. set Rotary Switch to Position 10 (“Restore”) and set switches
for checked boxes as indicated.
SWITCHES
1
4
2
3
Dhllng and Roportlng Chwaclwistla
Sektlon
6
5
(Check as desired):
7
8
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*Only effective il Switch 7 in PROM Oata Group 12 was down when that
Oata Group was programmed.
Communimtlon PROM Data Group 14
To program, set Rotary Switch to Position 11 (“Not Used”) and raise
switches for checked boxes representing bits set within the hexadecimal
Ada00 Low SpeWSESCOMRadionIu
Repwthg
A.C. and Alma Restore (S&cl from O-9, B-F)
Code
for Lou of
Code.
Loss
*
of AC.
1
2
SWITCHES
4
.3
Alarm Restore
F
5
7
6
8
L
4
2
8
Bit Weights 1
‘NOTtB An entry is mandatory for these codes (e.g. 9) in the indicated
formats, even though there is no interest in receiving these
reports.
1
Communlutlon
PROM Data Group 15
To program. set Rotary switch to Position 12 (“Not Used”) and raise switch
4 if box is checked.
1
zone
1
Bit Weights 1
‘See note below next group.
2
4
8
Codn tar &n.
Bypass Restore
SWITCHES
4
3
2
8
7
Mmnco Low SpwdBESCOM?mSonlca
Roporthg
Brpar and Bypass Rostom (Select from O-9. B-F)
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Bypass
6
5
CommunluUon PROM Data Group 16
To program, set Rotary Switch to Position 13 (“Not Used”) and raise
switches for checked boxes representing biis set within the hexadecimal
code.
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4
Fin Zone Ddg~lk~
tar ‘BFSK” alarm fopoWnS (check ii zone four is
selected as a fire zone)
SWITCHES
4
3
2
2
5
1
8
13
6
7
8
2
4
8
.
Communkatton
PROM Data Group 17
TO program, set Rotary Switch to Position 14 (“Not Used”) and raise
Switches for checked boxes representing bii set wfthin the hexadecimal
coda.
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Test
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1
,Bii weights
‘MO=
Mamco Low spaadsEsCOAIRadtontcs
end Lew Battery (Select from O-9. B-F)
2
1
4
2
.
Low Battery
SWITCHES
4
3
Roporttng c3da8 tar Taat
5
1
a
6
7
8
2
4
8
n
“\
An entry is mandatory for these codes (e.g. 9) in the indicated
formats. even if there is no interest in receiving these reports,
H~xadeolmal Codlna Chart
Bit Walght
.coda
1
2
4
Blt Walght
0
1
2
4
8
8
o(w
9
1
2
WW
3
cm
D(13)
4
B(14)
5
P(15)
6
7
CAUTIOIY: Throughout these reporting sefections. the ability to select full Hexadecimal reporhng codes IS indicated. Make sure that the receiver, mto whrch
your signals are being repotted, is capable of accommodatina such reporting. For example. the Ademco No. 6601673 is only capable of acceptmg
i -9 forall reporling codes.
V. INSTALLATION
AND WIRING
A INSTALLATION AND WIRING, NO. 41-12
C-COY
To assure proper system checkout with a charged banery. connecf
the battery to the red and black wires on the control’s circuit board
and then connect the transformer to the control and to a 11 OV outlet
(see Diagram 9). Control need not be mounted but should be
grounded. Do not insert PROMS or connect consote at this time.
Battery will charge while the installation is being wired. REMOVE ALL
POWER, AC AND BATTERY. BEFORE CONNECTIONS ARE MADE
TO CONTROL TERMINALS as instructed below. Uaa of Whtad
wiring is recommended lor all runs, for greater immunity to unwanted
induced voltages.
1. TERMINAL& (See Diagram 9)
lB1
cate that all zones are intact. Up to four Key armmg stations can
be supported (30 MA MAX.)
Test Mode Salact Input (LO = ON): When this terminal is connected to ctrcuit ground (e.g. Tel-?), a test call to the central station is initiated with the Test Code as the report (independent of
whether the system is armed or not). In addition. the system is
placed in a test mode (if the system is disarmed and no memory
of alarm is present) in which actfvahon of any zone causes a
brief l/2 second sounding from the exterior alarm sounder(s), as
wet1 as visual zone annuncfation on the console’s zone identificabon drsplay and on the appropriate C-COM zone LED (all but
zone 5). If the Test Mode is not manually termmated. tne system
will automatically come out of the Test Mode after 30 minutes.
Byatam Amtbtg Btatua Output: This terminal provides an output
that can be used to control space protection devices such as
those in the 650 series (Passive Infrared). See Ihe individual
instructions accompanying these devices.
The polarity of this output is setlable in PROM (LO = ARM. HI =
DISARM or HI = ARM, LOW = DISARM)
Rad LED Output (LO = ARM): This output provides system
arming status data to the Red LED on remote Keyswitch arming
stations (e.g. Nos. 9787.9789). A steady output is produced to
indicate that the system is armed either “AWAY” or ‘STAY” and a
flashing output is produced as a memory of alarm indicator. Up to
tour Key arming stations can be supported (30 MA MAX.)
Notltad
Loop Blaba Output (HI = READY): This output provides zone
status data to the Green LED on remote Keyswitch arming stations (e.g. Nos. 978?,9?89). A steady output is produced to indi-
&m/Dlaamt lnpt (Momentary HI to ARM or DISARM): This
input is normally provided by remote key arming stations (e.g.
Nos. 9787.9789) for the purpose of acting or disarming the system. If the zone status indicates an open zone and arming is
desired in spite 01 the open zone. maintaining this input HI for 5
seconds causes forced arming of the system (automatic shunting
of the open zone).
Once the system is disarmed, the silencing 01 any remaining
troubfe or alarm memory sound is accomplished by reactivating
this HI input. As long as condftions remain that need 10 be
cfeared. activation of a key arming station cannot rearm the system, only reset the interior audible annunciations. Up to tour arming stations can be supported by the system.
7 a 8 Circuit Ground (-) Return
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