Siemens SPCK 421 User guide

SPCK 420/421
LCD-Keypad
User Guide
Version 3.1
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Table of contents
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Security ............................................................................................................... 4
1.1
Target group ......................................................................................................... 4
1.2
General safety instructions ................................................................................... 4
1.2.1
General information .............................................................................. 4
1.2.2
Operation .............................................................................................. 4
1.2.3
Service and maintenance ..................................................................... 4
1.3
Meaning of written warning notices ...................................................................... 5
1.4
Meaning of hazard symbols ................................................................................. 5
2
Directives and standards .................................................................................. 6
2.1
EU directives ........................................................................................................ 6
3
Introduction ........................................................................................................ 7
4
Overview of keypad types ............................................................................... 10
5
Using the keypad interface ............................................................................. 11
6
User programming via the keypad ................................................................. 14
6.1
Setting and unsetting the system ....................................................................... 14
6.2
6.1.1
UNSET ................................................................................................ 15
6.1.2
FULLSET ............................................................................................ 15
6.1.3
PARTSET ........................................................................................... 16
6.1.4
FORCE TO SET ................................................................................. 16
6.1.5
RESTORE ........................................................................................... 16
6.1.6
CODED RESTORE............................................................................. 17
User Menus ........................................................................................................ 18
6.2.1
SYSTEM STATUS .............................................................................. 19
6.2.2
ISOLATE ............................................................................................. 19
6.2.3
INHIBIT ............................................................................................... 19
6.2.4
SET DATE/TIME ................................................................................. 20
6.2.5
TEST ................................................................................................... 21
6.2.6
EVENT LOG ....................................................................................... 22
6.2.7
CHIME................................................................................................. 22
6.2.8
USERS ................................................................................................ 23
6.2.9
CHANGE PIN ...................................................................................... 23
6.2.10
SMS .................................................................................................... 24
6.2.11
DOOR CONTROL............................................................................... 28
6.2.12
GRANT ACCESS ................................................................................ 28
6.2.13
REPORT TO ENG .............................................................................. 29
6.2.14
ACCESS LOG ..................................................................................... 29
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Appendix ........................................................................................................... 30
7.1
User rights .......................................................................................................... 30
7.2
User PINs ........................................................................................................... 32
7.3
Zone chart .......................................................................................................... 32
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Security
Target group
1 Security
1.1
Target group
The instructions in this documentation are directed at the following target group:
1.2
1.2.1
Target readers
Qualification
Activity
Condition of the
product
End user
Instruction by
technical specialists
is necessary.
Performs only the
procedures for
proper operation of
the product.
The product is
installed and
configured.
General safety instructions
General information

Keep this document for later reference.

Always pass this document on together with the product.

Please also take into account any additional country-specific, local safety
standards or regulations concerning project planning, operation and disposal of
the product.
Liability claim

1.2.2
Do not make any changes or modifications to the device unless they are
expressly mentioned in this manual and have been approved by the
manufacturer.
Operation
Dangerous situation due to false alarm
1.2.3

Make sure to notify all relevant parties and authorities providing assistance
before testing the system.

To avoid panic, always inform all those present before testing any alarm
devices.
Service and maintenance
Danger of electrical shock during maintenance

Maintenance work must only be carried out by trained specialists.
Danger of electrical shock while cleaning the device

Do not use liquid cleaners or sprays that contain alcohol, spirit or ammonia.
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Meaning of written warning notices
1.3
1.4
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Meaning of written warning notices
Signal Word
Type of Risk
DANGER
Danger of death or severe bodily harm.
WARNING
Possible danger of death or severe bodily
harm.
CAUTION
Danger of minor bodily injury or property
damage
IMPORTANT
Danger of malfunctions
Meaning of hazard symbols
WARNING
Warning of hazard area
WARNING
Warning of dangerous electrical voltage
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Directives and standards
EU directives
2 Directives and standards
2.1
EU directives
This product complies with the requirements of the European Directives
2004/108/EC “Directive of Electromagnetic Compatibility” and 2006/95/EC “Low
Voltage Directive”. The EU declaration of conformity is available to the responsible
agencies at:
Siemens AB
Building Technologies Division
International Headquarters
Fire Safety & Security Products
Postal Address
P.O. Box 1275
SE-171 24 Solna, Sweden
European Directive 2004/108/EC „Electromagnetic Compatibility”
Compliance with the European Directive 2004/108/EC has been proven by testing
according to the following standards:
emc emission
EN 55022 Class B
emc immunity
EN 50130-4
European Directive 2006/95/EC „Low-Voltage Directive”
Compliance with the European Directive 2006/95/EC has been proven by testing
according to the following standard:
Safety
EN 60950-1
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3 Introduction
The keypad is a wall-mounted interface that allows:

Engineers to program the system through the Engineer Programming menus
(password protected) and to set/unset the system; a user can control the
system on a day-to-day basis.

Users to enter User Programming menus (password protected), and to perform
operational procedures (set/unset) on the system. (Please refer to the
SPCK420/421 User Manual for more details of user programming.)
The keypad unit includes an integral front tamper switch and has a 2 line x 16
character display. It features an easy-to-use navigation key to assist in locating
required programming options, and has 2 context sensitive soft keys (left and right)
for selecting the required menu or program setting. 3 LEDs on the keypad provide
an indication of AC power, system alerts, and communications status.
The standard keypad may be factory fitted with a Portable ACE (PACE) proximity
device reader (see page [➙ 10]).
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LCD keypad
1
LCD display
The keypad display (2 lines x 16 characters) shows all alert and warning
messages and provides a visual interface for programming the system
(engineer programming only). The display can be adjusted for contrast and
under which conditions the backlight comes on.
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Alphanumeric
keys
Alphanumeric keypad allow for both text and numeric data entry during
programming. Alphabetic characters are selected by applying the appropriate
number of key presses. To switch between upper and lower case characters,
press the hash (#) key. To enter a numeric digit, hold down the appropriate
key for 2 seconds.
3
Leverage access
tabs
The leverage access tabs provide access to the keypad back assembly clips.
Users can unhinge these clips from the front assembly by inserting a 5mm
screwdriver into the recesses and pushing gently.
4
Back assembly
securing screw
This screw secures the front and back assemblies on the keypad. This screw
must be removed to open the keypad.
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LED status
indicators
The LED status indicators provide information on the current status of the
system as detailed in the table below.
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Soft function keys The left and right soft function keys are context sensitive keys to navigate
through menus/programming.
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Proximity device
receiver area
If the keypad has been fitted with a proximity device receiver (see page [➙
10]), users should present the Portable ACE Fob to within 1 cm of this area
to SET/UNSET the system.
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Multi-functional
navigation Key
The multi-functional navigation key in combination with the keypad display
provides an interface for programming the system.
LED
Status
AC mains
Indicates the presence or failure of the mains supply
(Green)
FLASHING: AC mains fault detected
STEADY: AC mains OK
System alert
(Yellow)
X-BUS Status
(Red)
Indicates a system alert
FLASHING: System alert detected; display indicates the location and nature
of alert. If the system is SET, then NO indication is given of system alerts
OFF: No alert detected; If a keypad is assigned to more than one area, LED
does not indicate an alert condition if any of those areas is SET
Indicates the status of the X-BUS communications when in FULL ENGINEER
programming
Flashes regularly: (once every 1.5 seconds approx) indicates
communications status is OK
Flashes quickly: (once every 0.25 seconds approx) indicates the keypad is
the last expander on the X-BUS
If the keypad is being installed for the first time and power is supplied to it
before a connection to the controller X-BUS interface is made, the LED
remains in the ON state
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Overview of keypad types
4 Overview of keypad types
Keypad type
Model no.
Basic
Functionality
Proximity
Detection
Audio
Standard Keypad
SPCK420
✓
-
-
Keypad with PACE
SPCK421
✓
✓
-
Comfort Keypad
SPCK620
✓
Comfort Keypad with Audio/CR
SPCK623
✓
✓
✓
Keypad Label SPCK420/421
1 Label on inside of Keypad
2 Pull-down label for providing installer details. Fill in all relevant details when installation is
complete.
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Keypad display
1 RIGHT SOFT
KEY
This key is used to select the option presented on the right side of the bottom
line display.
Possible values are:
→ SELECT to select the option displayed on the top line
→ ENTER to enter the data displayed on the top line
→ NEXT to view the next alert after the one displayed on the top line
→ CLEAR to clear the alert displayed on the top line
→ SAVE to save a setting
2 OK
The OK button acts as a SELECT key for the menu option displayed on the top
line and also as an ENTER/SAVE key for data displayed on the top line.
3
In Programming mode, the right arrow key advances the user through the
menus in the same way as pressing the SELECT option (right soft key).
In data entry mode, press this key to move the cursor one position to the right.
4
In Programming mode, the down arrow key moves the user to the next
programming option in the same menu level. Continually press this key to
scroll through all programming options available on the current menu level.
In alphanumeric mode, press this key over an upper case character to change
the character to lower case.
When alerts are displayed, the down arrow key moves the user to the next
alert message in the order of priority. (See Prioritization of Display Messages
below)
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In Programming mode, the left arrow key returns the user to the previous menu
level. Pressing this key when in the top menu level exits the user from
programming.
In data entry mode, press this key to move the cursor one position to the left.
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In Programming mode, the up arrow key moves the user to a previous
programming option in the same menu level. Continually press this key to
scroll through all programming options available on the current menu level.
In Alphanumeric mode, press this key over a lower case character to change
the character to upper case.
7 LEFT SOFT
KEY
This key is used to select the option presented on the left side of the bottom
line display.
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Possible values are:
→ EXIT to exit programming
→ BACK to return to previous menu
8 BOTTOM LINE
OF DISPLAY
9 TOP LINE
OF DISPLAY
In the IDLE state, this line is blank.
In Programming mode, this line displays options available to the user. These
options align over the left and right soft keys for selection as required.
In the IDLE state, displays the current date and time. In Programming mode,
this line displays one of the following:
→ The programming feature to be selected
→ The current setting of the selected feature
→ The nature of the current alert during an alert condition. (See Prioritization of
Display Messages below)
Prioritization of display messages
Trouble messages and alerts are displayed on the keypad in the following order:


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Zone
–
Alarms
–
Tamper
–
Trouble
Area Alerts
–
Fail to set
–
Entry time out
–
Code tamper
System Alerts
–
Mains
–
Battery
–
PSU fault
–
Aux fault
–
External bell fuse
–
Internal bell fuse
–
Bell tamper
–
Cabinet tamper
–
Aux tamper 1
–
Aux tamper 2
–
Wireless jamming
–
Modem 1 fault
–
Modem 1 line
–
Modem 2 fault
–
Modem 2 line
–
Fail to communicate
–
User panic
–
XBUS cable fault
–
XBUS communications fault
–
XBUS mains fault
–
XBUS battery fault
–
XBUS power supply fault
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XBUS fuse fault
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XBUS tamper fault
–
XBUS antenna fault
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XBUS wireless jamming
–
XBUS panic
–
XBUS fire
–
XBUS medical
–
XBUS Power supply link
–
Engineer restore Required
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System information
–
Soaked zones
–
Open zones
–
Area state
–
Low battery (sensor)
–
Sensor lost
–
WPA Low battery
–
WPA lost
–
WPA Test overdue
–
Camera offline
–
Reboot
–
Hardware fault
–
Aux over current
–
Battery low
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User programming via the keypad
Setting and unsetting the system
6 User programming via the keypad
User programming options are available using the LCD and Comfort Keypads.
Menus and options available on the intrusion control panel is programmed by the
installation engineer. If users cannot see an option described in this manual, they
do not have rights to access that functionality.
To access user programming:
1. Enter a valid User PIN.
2. Using the up/down arrow keys, scroll to the desired programming option.
3. Within a menu option, press # to select or enable/disable a parameter (for
example, a user right). The selected parameter is displayed with an * (for
example, *Inhibit).
 The keypad displays UPDATED momentarily to indicate a parameter change.
An alternative method of selecting menu options is to enter the user PIN and the
number of the menu option as shown in the graphic above. Options 1 to 4 enable
you to set and unset the system. 0 selects the user MENUS. To select an option
within MENUS, enter the PIN and 0, and then select the required menu number.
6.1
Setting and unsetting the system
For each menu option, the keypad must be in User programming:
1. Enter a valid User code.
2. To select a programming option, use the up/down arrow keys or enter the digit
listed in the table below.
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UNSET
Performs an Unset on the system. If multiple areas are defined then each area is
presented in a sub-menu. For a single area system this option is only presented
when the system is Set.
2
FULLSET
Performs a Fullset on the system. If multiple areas are defined then each area is
presented in a sub-menu. For a single area system this option is only presented
when the system is Unset.
3
PARTSET A
Performs a Partset A on the system. If multiple areas are defined then each area
is presented in a sub-menu.
4
PARTSET B
Performs a Partset B on the system. If multiple areas are defined then each area
is presented in a sub-menu.
UNSET
To UNSET the system:
1. Enter a valid user code.
 The keypad displays a prompt to unset the system.
2. Press SELECT.
 The keypad display indicates that the system is unset on the bottom line of
the display for approximately 5 seconds. After this time has elapsed, the
bottom line is cleared.
3. If the alarm has been activated, enter the user code.
 All bells and strobes are silenced.
 The message PANEL DISARMED displays on the keypad for
approximately 5 seconds.
 The source of the alarm condition displays on the keypad and the Alert
LED flashes.
 The keypad continues to display the alert until the alert is restored.
6.1.2
FULLSET
The FULLSET option provides the following functionality:

Full protection to a building (opening of alarm zones activates alarm)

Opening of entry/exit zones starts the entry timer. If the alarm is not unset
before the entry timer expires, the alarm is activated
To select the FULLSET option:
1. Scroll to FULLSET.
2. Press SELECT.
 The second line displays the exit time and the buzzer sounds to indicate that
the user should exit the building.
 When the system has been fully set, the LCD displays SYSTEM FULLSET on
the bottom line for approximately 10 seconds.
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The system fails to set if there is an open or fault condition detected on an alarm
zone when the FULLSET or PARTSET A/B option is selected. The keypad
displays the zone number and description.
To set the system, locate the zone and close or fix the fault. Repeat the FULLSET
or PARTSET A/B operation.
6.1.3
PARTSET
The PARTSET option provides the following functionality:

Perimeter protection to a building while allowing free movement through the
exit and access areas

Exclusion of EXCLUDE A/B zones from protection

Instant activation of alarm on selection of mode; by default there are no exit
times associated with PARTSET A/B.
To select PARTSET A/B:
1. Scroll to PARTSET A or PARTSET B.
2. Press SELECT.
 The LCD displays PARTSET A/B SET on the bottom line for approximately 10
seconds.
The system fails to set if there is an open or fault condition detected on an alarm
zone when the FULLSET or PARTSET A/B option is selected. The keypad
displays the zone number and description.
To set the system, locate the zone and close or fix the fault. Repeat the FULLSET
or PARTSET A/B operation.
6.1.4
FORCE TO SET
The system can be forced to set while an alarm zone is still open. This operation
inhibits the open zone and sets the system as normal.
To force to set the system:
1. Scroll to FULLSET or PARTSET A/B.
2. Press SELECT.
 The keypad buzzer beeps and the first line of the display indicates the open
zone
3. Scroll to FORCED SET.
4. Press SELECT.
6.1.5
RESTORE
Alert conditions on the SPC system are indicated on the keypad by a flashing
yellow alert LED and by activation of the buzzer. The keypad indicates the location
and nature of the alert condition. The ability of a user to restore alerts depends on
the security grade setting of the system (in accordance with standards). An alert
condition can only be restored once the fault or zone that caused the alert has
been physically reset to its normal operating state; e.g. an open zone has been
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closed again or a severed X-BUS connection re-established. The SPC system
does NOT provide the Restore option without detection of the restored fault.
Users may be restricted from using the Restore feature if an Engineer chooses not
to select Restore within the user rights menu for select users. Users who cannot
restore an alert receive fault messages on the keypad until the zone or fault
condition is either inhibited or isolated.
An alert condition only displays on the keypad when the system is UNSET. If the
system is SET when an alert condition occurs, the keypad gives no indication of
that alert condition until such time as the system is UNSET.
To restore an alert condition triggered by a zone opening:
1. Locate the open zone (displays on the keypad).
2. Restore the alarm sensor to its normal state by closing the door or window.
3. Enter a valid user code and select the RESTORE option (right soft key).
 The zone that caused the alert displays on the top line.
4. Press the right menu key to restore the alert.
 The message ALL ALERTS RESTORED displays.
 The flashing Alert LED turns off.
For system or communications type alert conditions (mains failure or X-BUS
disconnect):
1. Locate the source of the alert condition.
2. Check that all wires and cables are properly connected.
For a tamper alert:
1. Ensure the lids on all enclosures and devices are correctly closed.
If the physical fault cannot be restored to its normal operating state, please
contact the installation engineer.
2. The alarm system still operates by either inhibiting or isolating the fault
condition.
6.1.6
CODED RESTORE
The feature provides the user with the ability to restore alert conditions that would
normally only be available to the installation engineer. To provide the user with this
ability, it is necessary to protect this feature with a code.
To perform a coded restore on the system:
 The security grade of the system must be set to Grade 3 or Unrestricted.
 Ensure that the zone or fault that caused the alert condition has been
physically restored to its normal operating state.
 Contact the installer before entering user programming and selecting the coded
restore feature. The contact details of the installer should be available from the
drop down label beneath the keypad.
1. Press SELECT on the Coded Restore option.
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User Menus
 A 6 digit reset code displays on the top line.
2. Provide 6 digit code to installer.
3. Receive newly generated code from installer.
4. Enter new code at the AUTH CODE prompt.
5. Press SELECT.
 The message SYSTEM RESTORED displays on the top line of the display.
6.2
User Menus
1. Enter a valid User PIN.
2. Scroll to MENUS and press SELECT.
3. To select a programming option, use the up/down arrow keys or enter the digit
listed in the table below.
1
SYSTEM STATUS
Allows user to view the status of the following:
OPEN ZONES
ALERTS
ISOLATIONS
BATTERY
AUX
2
INHIBIT
Allows users to inhibit a zone.
3
ISOLATE
Allows users to isolate a zone.
4
SET DATE/TIME
Allows users to set the time and date.
5
TEST
Allows users to perform a BELL TEST, WALK TEST, WPA
TEST or change AUDIBLE OPTIONS.
6
EVENT LOG
Allows users to view a log of the most recent events on the
system.
7
ACCESS LOG
Allows users to view a log of the most recent access on the
system.
8
CHIME
Allows user to enable or disable chime function on all zones
where the chime has been programmed as an audible alert
feature.
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USERS
Allows Manager type users to add, edit, and delete users.
10
CHANGE PIN
Allows users to change their user PIN..
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SMS CONTROL
Allows users to configure SMS PIN.
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SMS EVENTS
Allows users to set up the SMS service for sending short
text messages to mobile phones via the PSTN Line.
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DOOR CONTROL
Allows the user to control doors. He can lock / unlock and
reset the door to normal operation.
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GRANT ACCESS
Allows users to grant Engineer or Manufacturer access to
the system.
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REPORT TO ENG
Allows the user to request that the last 10 events in the log
be sent to the engineer by SMS message. The 10 events
may require more than one SMS message, depending on
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the size of their string.
If the Security Grade of the system is set to ’Unrestricted’, then the INHIBIT,
ISOLATE and GRANT ACCESS features may not be available in the user menu.
A Standard or Manager Type User profile is required to access the user
programming menus.
6.2.1
SYSTEM STATUS
The System Status feature displays all faults on the system.
To view these faults:
1. Scroll to SYSTEM STATUS.
2. Press SELECT.
 A list of the alerts, isolations or open zones will be displayed.
 The status of the battery and auxiliary power is also displayed.
6.2.2
ISOLATE
Zones, system alerts or alerts from X-BUS devices can be manually isolated from
the keypad. Isolating a zone removes that zone from the system until the user deisolates it.
To isolate zones, system alerts or alerts from X-BUS devices:
1. Scroll to ISOLATE and press SELECT.
2. Scroll to the desired option in the table below and press SELECT.
6.2.3
ZONE
Select the required zone and toggle the setting from NOT
ISOLATED to ISOLATED.
SYSTEM
Isolate the desired system alert.
XBUS
Isolate the desired alert from EXPANDERS or KEYPADS:
 XBUS COMMS LOST
 XBUS FUSE FAULT (Expanders only)
 X-BUS TAMPER
VIEW ISOLATIONS
To view a list of the isolated zones, system alerts and X-BUS
devices alerts.
INHIBIT
Zone and alerts from X-BUS devices can be manually inhibited from the keypad.
Inhibiting a zone removes that zone from the system for one alarm set period only.
To inhibit zones or alerts from X-BUS devices:
1. Scroll to INHIBIT and press SELECT.
2. Scroll to the desired option in the table below and press SELECT:
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ZONES
Select the required zone and toggle the setting from NOT INHIBITED to
INHIBITED.
SYSTEM
Select the required system alert and toggle the setting from DISABLED to
ENABLED to inhibit it.
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XBUS
BATTERY FAULT
AUX FUSE FAULT
EXT FUSE FAULTINT FUSE FAULT
BELL TAMPER
AUX 1 TAMPER
AUX 2 TAMPER
ANTENNA TAMPER
MODEM 1 L FAULT
MODEM 2 L FAULT
XBUS CABLE FAULT
FAIL TO REPORT
PSU FAULT
Isolate the desired alert from EXPANDERS or KEYPADS:

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VIEW INHIBITS
MAINS FAULT
XBUS COMMS LOST
XBUS FUSE FAULT (Expanders only)
X-BUS TAMPER
To view a list of the inhibited zones, system alerts and X-BUS device alerts.
Only the ALARM, EXIT/ENTRY, FIRE EXIT and LINE zone types can be inhibited
on the SPC system. All other zone types are not displayed in the inhibit menus.
6.2.4
SET DATE/TIME
The date and time can be manually entered on the system. The time and date
information is displayed on the keypad and browser and is used on time-related
programming features.
1. Scroll to SET DATE/TIME and press SELECT.
 The date displays on the top line of the display.
2. To enter a new date, press the required numeric keys. To move the cursor to
the left and right, press the left and right arrow keys.
3. Press ENTER to save the new date.
 If an attempt is made to save an invalid date value, the text INVALID
VALUE is displayed for 1 second and the user is prompted to enter a valid
date.
4. To enter a new time, press the required numeric keys. To move the cursor to
the left and right, press the left and right arrow keys.
5. Press ENTER to save the new time.
 If an attempt is made to save an invalid time value, the text INVALID
VALUE is displayed for 1 second and the user is prompted to enter a valid
time.
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TEST
1. Scroll to TEST and press SELECT.
2. Scroll to the desired programming option.
6.2.5.1
BELL TEST
To perform a bell test:

Scroll to TEST > BELL TEST and press SELECT.
 When BELL TEST is selected, the following options available: EXTERNAL
BELLS, STROBE, INTERNAL BELLS and BUZZER. When each of these
options is selected, the device sounds to verify it is operating correctly.
6.2.5.2
WALK TEST
A walk test ensures that the sensors are operating correctly on the SPC system.
To perform a walk test:
1. Scroll to TEST > WALK TEST.
2. Press SELECT.
3. The display indicates the number of zones to be tested on the system with the
text TO TEST XX (where XX is the number of valid walk test zones). Locate the
sensor on the first zone and activate it (open the door or window).
 The keypad buzzer sounds continuously for approximately 2 seconds to
indicate that the zone activation has been detected and the number of
zones left to test (displayed on the keypad) decreases.
4. Continue with the remaining zones on the system until all zones have been
tested. If a zone activation does not get acknowledged by the system, check
the wiring of the sensor and/or replace with another sensor if necessary.
NOTICE
Only ALARM, ENTRY/EXIT and FIRE EXIT are valid zone types which are
included in a User walk test
6.2.5.3
WPA TEST
To perform a WPA test, the installer must have enrolled the WPA.
1. Scroll to TEST > WPA TEST.
2. Press SELECT.
 The keypad display flashes ACTIVATE WPA.
3. Press and hold all 3 buttons on the WPA.
 The LED on the WPA turns on.
 The WPA transmitter ID, status and signal strength are displayed on the
keypad.
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6.2.5.4
AUDIBLE OPTIONS
The audible options are applied as indicators within a walk test.
To set the audible options:
1. Scroll to AUDIBLE OPTIONS.
2. Press SELECT.
3. Scroll to one of the following options: ALL, INT BELL, EXT BELL, KEYPAD
4. Press SAVE.
5. Press BACK to exit.
6.2.5.5
SEISMIC TEST
To perform a seismic test:
1. Scroll to TEST > SEISMIC TEST.
2. Press SELECT.
3. Select TEST ALL AREAS, or select an individual area to test.
4. If you select an individual area to test, you can select either TEST ALL ZONES
or select a specific seismic zone to test.
 The message ‘SEISMIC TEST’ is display on the keypad while the test is
being performed,
 If the test fails, the message ‘SEISMIC FAIL’ is displayed. If the “i” or VIEW
key is pressed, a list of the failed zones is displayed which can be scrolled
through.
 If the test succeeds, ‘SEISMIC OK’ is displayed.
See also Seismic Sensor Testing.
6.2.6
EVENT LOG
Recent events on the system are displayed in the EVENT LOG option. Events flash
in one second intervals.
1. Scroll to EVENT LOG and press SELECT.
2. To view an event from a particular date, enter the date with the numeric keys.
 The most recent events are displayed on the bottom line of the display. All
previous events are displayed for one second in turn.
6.2.7
CHIME
The chime function can be enabled or disabled on all zones where the chime has
been programmed as an audible alert feature.
To enable or disable the chime function:
1. Scroll to CHIME and press SELECT.
2. Toggle between ENABLED and DISABLED for the chime.
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6.2.8
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USERS
Only Manager type users have the ability to add, edit, or delete users, unless a
user profile has this capability assigned to their profile. Managers may add, edit or
delete users with these steps:
6.2.8.1
ADD
To add users to the system:
NOTICE
The creator must be user type MANAGER.
1. Scroll to USERS > ADD.
 The system generates and displays next available user name.
2. Press SELECT for the default name and number. Or enter a customized user
name and press SELECT.
 There are 3 types of users available: STANDARD USER, LIMITED USER,
or MANAGER.
3. Scroll to the preferred type and press SELECT.
 The system generates a default code for each new user.
4. Press SELECT to accept the default code. Or enter a new user code and press
SELECT.
 The keypad confirms that the new user has been created.
6.2.9
CHANGE PIN
To change a PIN:
1. Scroll to CHANGE PIN and press SELECT.
 A randomly generated PIN appears.
2. Select this new PIN or overwrite by entering a new PIN and press ENTER.
NOTICE
If the system is set for 5-digit PINs, a new 5-digit PIN must be entered. The
system will not accept a PIN with fewer numbers than it is set to receive.
1. Confirm the new PIN and press SAVE.
2. Press BACK to return to the previous screen to amend the PIN.
 During the process if the display times out, the old PIN remains valid.
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NOTICE
Where USER DURESS feature is enabled, consecutive user codes (i.e. 2906,
2907) are not permitted, as entering this PIN from the keypad would activate a
user duress event.
NOTICE
Engineer PINs should be noted down. If a PIN is forgotten, a factory default of the
system is required to reset PINs.
6.2.10
SMS
The SPC system support SMS communication from the panel to selected users’
mobile phones as well as users being able to control the SPC system remotely via
SMS. These two features work hand in hand as it allows the user to take action
using the SMS control after a SMS notification without the need to be physically at
the premises.
SMS control
The SMS control can be set up so that a remote user can send a SMS message to
perform the following actions at the panel:

Setting / unsetting

Enable / disable engineer

Enable / disable manufacturer access.

Mapping gate on/off.
SMS events
The SMS notification can be set up to send a range of events that occur on the
system such as:

Alarm activation

Confirmed alarms

Fault & tamper

Setting & unsetting

Inhibit & isolate

All other types of events
The SMS notification can operate with a PSTN modem if the PSTN operator
supports SMS over PSTN where as SMS control will need a GSM modem at the
panel. A GSM modem will support both SMS notification and control.
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SMS CONTROL
There is a maximum of four users for SMS configuration on 1 panel and only 1
phone number for each user for use with SMS control functionality.
It is important prerequisites such as an SMS-enabled modem and correct user
profile are met for SMS control.
Depending on the SMS AUTHENTICATION MODE (OPTIONS menu) chosen by
the installation engineer, the user’s mode of SMS may vary.
If the system SMS authentication is set to the SMS PIN Code, Caller ID or PIN &
Caller ID, it is necessary to set up SMS control:
1. Scroll to SMS CONTROL and press SELECT.
2. Select the desired configuration option shown in the table below.
3. Press BACK to exit.
CONTROL ENABLE
Enable or disable SMS Control.
SMS CALLER ID
Provide phone number (requires 3-digit country code prefix)
SMS PIN CODE
Provide pin number
DELETED
Remove phone number as required.
COMMANDS ALLOWED
Select the functions that can be performed via SMS. See SMS
Commands [➙ 26] for a list of SMS commands to perform these
functions.
Beyond user type, Engineer settings allow specific rights for functionality to be
granted to each user. If a function explained herein does not appear on user
keypad menus, the user does not have permission for that functionality. Consult
with authorised installation Engineer for appropriate rights and settings.
6.2.10.2
SMS EVENTS
To receive event notifications, SMS setup must have the phone number; the
number must be enabled for SMS; the events must be toggled for SMS Event
notification.
There is a maximum of four users for SMS configuration on one panel and user
may set a maximum of 5 phone numbers for SMS receipt.
Adding a phone number
To add a phone number for SMS use:
1. Scroll to SMS EVENTS and press SELECT.
2. Scroll to ADD NUMBER and press SELECT.
 The LCD displays SMS NUMBER.
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3. Enter a phone number and press ENTER.
 The LCD displays UPDATED.
4. Press BACK to exit
Enabling a phone number
To enable a phone number for SMS [receipt]:
1. Scroll to SMS EVENTS and press SELECT.
2. Scroll to EDIT NUMBER and press SELECT.
3. Scroll to the appropriate registered number and press SELECT.
4. Scroll to ENABLE NUMBER and press SELECT.
5. Press SELECT for ENABLED [Alternatively, press SELECT for DISABLED.]
6. Press BACK to exit the SMS EVENTS menu.
 The keypad displays UPDATED once the setting has been saved
Reported events
To select events for SMS notification:
1. Scroll to SMS EVENTS and press SELECT.
2. Select EDIT NUMBER and press SELECT.
3. Scroll to the appropriate enabled number and press SELECT.
4. Scroll to REPORTED EVENTS and press SELECT.
5. Scroll to the desired event notification.
 Events selected are displayed preceded by an asterisk.
6. Press BACK to exit.
6.2.10.3
SMS Commands
Once the SMS setup and configuration is complete, SMS features may be
activated. Commands, depending on SMS configuration are sent using a code or
caller ID. The type of code depends on what is set for SMS Authentication. See
page.
The table below provides all available SMS commands. Subsequent action and
response are also provided.
SMS Commands are sent as texts to the phone number of the SIM card on the
controller.
For commands using code, the format of the text is the code followed by either a
space or a full stop. Where **** is the code and “command” is the command:
****.command or **** command.
For example, the command “HELP” is this text: **** HELP or ****.HELP
COMMANDS (**** = code)
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Using Code
Using
Caller ID
Action
Response
**** HELP
HELP
All available commands displayed
All available
commands
FSET
Fullset Alarm
Time/date of system
set. If applicable,
responds with open
zones/forceset
zones
USET
Unset Alarm
System Unset
SSTA
Status displayed
Status of system and
applicable areas
Where X10 device is identified as “A1”, it is
triggered on.
Status of “A1”
Where X10 device is identified as “A1”, it is
triggered off.
Status of “A1”
****.XA1.OFF
**** LOG
Up to 10 recent events displayed
Recent events
ENG.ON
Enable Engineer access
Engineer status
ENG.OFF
Disable Engineer access
Engineer status
Enable Manufacturer access
Manufacturer status
Disable Manufacturer access
Manufacturer status
Where mapping gate is identified as “O5”, it
is triggered on
Status of “O5”
Where mapping gate is identified as “O5”, it
is triggered off
Status of “O5”
****.O5.OFF
****.ASET
Allows Partset A of alarm by SMS
****.BSET
Allows Partset B of alarm by SMS
****.CLR
Allows clear alerts by SMS
****.HELP
**** FSET
****.FSET
**** USET
****.USET
**** SSTA
****.SSTA
**** XA1.ON
****.XA1.ON
**** XA1.OFF
****.LOG
**** ENGA.ON
****.ENGA.ON
**** ENGA.OFF
****.ENGA.OFF
**** MANA.ON
****.MANA.ON
**** MANA.OFF
****.MANA.OFF
**** O5.ON
****.O5.ON
**** O5.OFF
For SMS recognition, mapping gate identification uses the format ONNN, where
O stands for mapping gate, and NNN are the numeric placeholders, of which not
all are necessary.
(Example: O5 for mapping gate 5)
For SMS recognition, X-10 device uses the format: XYNN, where X stands for X10; Y stands for the alphabetic identity and NN are the available numeric
placeholders. (Example: XA1)
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The SMS operates using a standard protocol that is used in SMS telephones.
Please note that some PSTN operators do not provide the service of SMS over
PSTN. For SMS to operate over PSTN the following criteria is required:
6.2.11

Caller ID needs to be enabled on the telephone line.

Direct telephone line – not through PABX or other comms equipment.

Please also note that most Service Providers only allow SMS to a telephone
registered in the same country. (This is due to billing issues)
DOOR CONTROL
This option allows you to control all the doors of the system.
1. Scroll to DOOR CONTROL and press SELECT.
2. Select the door which should be controlled and press SELECT.
3. Select one of the door states listed below as new door state and press
SELECT.
6.2.12
NORMAL
The door is in normal operation mode. A card with the corresponding
access rights is needed to open the door.
MOMENTARY
The door is opened only for a timed interval to allow access.
LOCKED
The door is locked. The door remains closed even if a card with the
corresponding access rights is presented.
UNLOCKED
The door is unlocked.
GRANT ACCESS
NOTICE
These menu options are not available if the ALLOW ENGINEER or ALLOW
MANUFACTURER options are disabled in the OPTIONs menu. These options
can be enabled or disabled only when the system is in ‘Unrestricted’ mode.
When engineer or manufacturer access has been allowed, the keypad displays the
text ENGINEER ENABLE or MANUFACT ENABLE. When access has been
granted, the user cannot access the system until the engineer has logged off.
To allow engineer access:
1. Scroll to GRANT ACCESS and press SELECT.
2. Select to ALLOW ENGINEER and select ENABLED.
3. Select to ALLOW MANUFACT. and select ENABLED.
4. To disallow engineer/manufacturer access, follow the same path and toggle to
DISABLED and press SELECT.
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For Swiss CAT 1 and CAT 2 regional requirements, when Engineer Access is
granted, all areas must be unset otherwise the engineer will be denied access.
6.2.13
REPORT TO ENG
The user can request that the last 10 events in the log be sent to the engineer by
SMS message.
1. Scroll to REPORT TO ENG and press SELECT.
2. Enable or disable this option as required.
Note: The 10 events may require more than one SMS message, depending on the
size of their string.
6.2.14
ACCESS LOG
Zone access on the system is displayed in the ACCESS LOG option.
1. Scroll to ACCESS LOG and press SELECT.
2. Select a door on the system for which you want to display access events.
 The most recent access events are displayed with a date and time.
3. Scroll down through the access events or enter a date and press ENTER to
find a particular access event.
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7.1
User rights
Based on the operational features of the SPC system, described below, users have
rights attributed to the user profiles. The installation engineer will inform users of
their user rights assigned to each user profile. Depending on how the system has
been programmed, users may have rights to all or some of these features.
User rights
User Profile
Default
User type
Description
Fullset
Limited
Standard
Manager
The FULLSET [➙ 15] operation fully sets the alarm
system and provides full protection to a building
(opening of any alarm zones activates the alarm).
On selecting FULLSET, the buzzer sounds and the
keypad display counts down the exit time period. Exit
the building before this time period has expired.
When the exit time period has expired, the system is
set and opening of entry/exit zones starts the entry
timer. If the system is not Unset before the entry timer
expires, the alarm is activated.
Partset A
Standard
Manager
The PARTSET A [➙ 16] option provides perimeter
protection to a building while allowing free movement
through the exit and access areas.
Zones that have been classified as EXCLUDE A
remain unprotected in this mode. By default, there is no
exit time; the system sets instantly on selection of this
mode. An exit timer can be applied to this mode by
enabling the Partset A timed variable.
Partset B
Standard
Manager
The PARTSET B option applies protection to all zones
except those that have been classified as EXCLUDE B.
By default there is no exit time; the system sets
instantly on selection of this mode. An exit timer can be
applied to this mode by enabling the Partset B timed
variable.
Forceset
Standard
Manager
The FORCESET [➙ 16] option is presented on the
keypad display when an attempt is made to set the
system while an alarm zone is faulty or still open (the
top line of the display shows the open zone).
Selecting this option sets the alarm and inhibits the
zone for that set period.
Unset
Limited
Standard
Manager
The UNSET [➙ 15] operation unsets the alarm. This
menu option is only presented on the keypad after an
alarm has been activated and a valid user code has
been entered.
Restore
Standard
Manager
The RESTORE [➙ 16] operation restores an alert
condition on the system and clears the alert message
associated with that alert condition.
An alert condition can only be restored after the zone(s)
or fault(s) that triggered the alert condition have been
restored to their normal operating state and the
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User Profile
Default
User type
7
Description
RESTORE option in user programming is selected for
that zone.
Isolate
Standard*
Manager
Isolating a zone deactivates that zone until such time
as the zone is de-isolated. All zone types on the SPC
can be isolated.
Use of this feature to deactivate faulty or open zones
should be considered carefully; once a zone is isolated,
it is ignored by the system and could be overlooked
when setting the system in the future, compromising
the security of the premises.
Inhibit
Standard
Manager
Inhibiting a zone [➙ 19] deactivates that zone for one
alarm set period. Only alarm, entry/exit, fire exit and
line zone types can be inhibited.
This is the preferred method of deactivating a faulty or
open zone as the fault or open condition is displayed
on the keypad each time the system is being set to
remind the user to attend to that zone.
Change PIN
Standard
Manager
This menu option allows users to change their user
PIN.
Engineer
Manager
This option allows users to grant access to
manufacturer and engineer programming.
Set Date /
Time
Standard
Manager
Use this menu option to program the time and date on
the system.
Ensure the time and date information is accurate; these
fields are presented in the event log when reporting
system events.
Test
Standard
Manager
This menu option provides the following test features:
1. Bell test: The bell test activates the external bells,
strobe, internal bells, and buzzer in turn for 5 seconds
to ensure their correct operation.
2. Walk test: A walk test allows for testing of the
operation of all alarm sensors on a system.
When this option is selected, the keypad displays the
number of zones to test on the system. Activate each
alarm sensor (by opening the door or window) and
check for an audible beep at the keypad. Isolated and
inhibited zones are not included in the walk test.
3. Audible Options: This option allows users to select
which devices will activate during the walk test and
which will be silent.
View Log
Standard
Manager
This menu option displays the most recent event on the
keypad display. The event log details the time and date
of each logged event.
Chime
Standard
Manager
All zones that have the CHIME attribute [➙ 22] set
generate a short burst of audible tone on the keypad
buzzer when they are opened (while the system is
unset).
This menu option allows for enabling or disabling of the
chime feature on all zones.
SMS
Standard*
Manager
This feature allows users to set up the SMS messaging
service if a modem is installed on the system.
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User Profile
Default
User type
Description
Users
Manager
User can configure user on the panel.
Delay autoarm Standard*
Manager
User can delay auto setting.
Bypass delay
Standard
Manager
User can automatically override the Unset Delay. Only
available for Financial installations. See
Setting/Unsetting
Upgrade
Manager
User can grant manufacturer access to panel to
perform firmware upgrade.
X-10
Standard
Manager
Access Control
User can activate/deactivate configured X-10 devices.
Door Control
Standard*
Manager
Access Control
User can lock/unlock doors.
Web Access
Standard*
Manager
User can access panel through web browser.
Outputs
Standard
Manager
User can turn outputs (mapping gates) on and off. See
WPA Test
Standard
Manager
User can test a WPA.
* Functions not enabled by default for this user but can be selected.
7.2
User PINs
The system supports 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8 PIN digits for each user, the translation of how
many logical combinations / variations can be found in the table below.
Number of digits
Number of variations
4
10,000
5
100,000
6
10,000,000
7
10,000,000
8
100,000,000
All User PINs are valid, hence for a 4 digit PIN the numbers can be from 0000
through to 9999 with any combination allowed in between.
7.3
Zone chart
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Zone #
7
Description
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