Application
Directory
For Use With the
Apex Destiny-6100 Control Panel
Rev. 8.05 or Greater
Technical Support/
Applications Group
1-800-272-7937, Option 1
3510 Spring Forest Road
Raleigh, NC 27616
A/APPSDIR 7/99
Application
Directory
- Introduction -
This Application Directory was designed to help our dealers
recognize the potential of the powerful Destiny 6100 control panel.
Although your customer’s safety is our top priority, the Destiny 6100
can do much more than provide superior security and fire protection.
We hope this directory will help you take full advantage of the many
options and integrated features.
If you have questions about any of the applications or need
assistance on your next Apex installation, feel free to call our Technical
Support Department and ask to speak with an Applications Specialist.
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Please refer to the Product Sources guide at the back of this
directory for contact phone numbers and web sites, as well as to
identify where equipment used in these applications can be purchased.
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3510 Spring Forest Road
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Application
Directory
- Table of Contents -
Chapter 1: Security Enhancements
Smoke Detector Power Supervision ............................................................. 1-1
Four-wire Smoke Detectors with Sounders ................................................... 1-3
Siren / Strobe Relay Output ........................................................................... 1-5
Simultaneous Trip (Cross Zoning) ................................................................. 1-7
Sunrise / Sunset Lighting
Sure Action Photo Cell, 12 volt ................................................................. 1-9
External Alarm Delay .................................................................................... 1-11
Transfer to Secondary Phone Line ................................................................ 1-13
Chapter 2: Home Control (Apex-10)
(combines Apex and X-10 PRO products)
Intruder Audible and Visual Warning .............................................................. 2-1
Universal Remote ........................................................................................ 2-3
Visual Confirmation of Arm/Disarm with
Garage Door Open/Close and Open with Lighted Entry ......................... 2-5
Motion Activated Light After Sunset ............................................................. 2-7
Motion Activated Light During Specified Time ............................................... 2-9
Chapter 3: Energy Management
HVAC Temperature Control - Enerzone Thermostat ...................................... 3-1
HVAC Temperature Control - Mechanical Thermostat ................................. 3-3
Delayed HVAC Cut-Off After Door Opening ................................................ 3-5
Sequenced Sprinkler Control ........................................................................ 3-7
Chapter 4: End User Convenience
Quick Exit Without Disarming ....................................................................... 4-1
Doorbell Chime with Greeting Message ........................................................ 4-3
Doorbell Interface with Local Two-Way Voice ................................................ 4-5
Doorbell Interface with Remote Two-Way Voice ............................................ 4-7
(Continued on Next Page)
Application
Directory
- Table of Contents (continued) -
Chapter 4: End User Convenience (continued)
Silence a Selected Keypad / Internal Speaker ............................................... 4-9
Silence a Selected Keypad / Internal Speaker
in Home / Night Modes ............................................................................. 4-11
Bathroom Courtesy Fan ................................................................................ 4-13
Medicine Reminder ...................................................................................... 4-15
Vacation Mode ............................................................................................. 4-17
Independent Arm / Disarm Switches............................................................. 4-19
Outdoor Keypad Control,
IEI Keypad ............................................................................................... 4-21
Wireless Personal Transmitter Annunciation .................................................. 4-23
Remote Arming / Disarming and Garage Door Control,
Street Smart Code Encryptor II ................................................................. 4-25
Annunciated Vehicle Detection with Lighted Entry,
Cartell Vehicle Detection Sensor .............................................................. 4-27
Annunciated Vehicle Detection with Lighted Entry,
Sure Action Directional Probe .................................................................. 4-29
Chapter 5: Miscellaneous
Arm to Away End of Exit Trigger .................................................................... 5-1
Delayed Extended Monitor............................................................................ 5-3
Product Sources ................................................................................... Ref-1 and Ref-2
- Application Note Security Enhancements
- Smoke Detector Power Supervision Objective
Equipment List
Provide supervision for
the smoke detector power
supply.
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel,
rev. 8.05 or greater
¨ Apex RK36 or RKLCD keypad
¨ System Sensor Relay, A77-716B
¨ Four-Wire Smoke Detector
Sequence of Operation
If power is lost to the smoke detector,
zone 1 will open and cause the system
to show a zone trouble. The system
will also begin to beep at the keypad
speaker and continue to beep until the
status key is pressed.
Four-Wire Smoke Detector
System Sequence of Events
1) When power is interrupted to the smoke detector, power is also interrupted to the smoke
supervision relay. This will cause the relay to return to its normally open de-energized
state and remove the zone supervision resistor from zone input terminals 1 and C.
2) The system will now show a zone trouble and beep at the keypad speaker until the Status
button is pressed.
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Required Programming
Location
9940
Value
01
Function
Zone type = 006, Option 1 = 016, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware input = 000, Input = 01
Application Diagram
07/99
Smoke Detector Power Supervision
- Application Note Security Enhancements
- Four-wire Smoke Detectors with Sounders Objective
To activate the sounders
on all four-wire smoke
detectors after any one
smoke detector is
tripped.
Equipment List
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel, rev. 8.05 or greater
¨ System Sensor smoke detectors, 2112/24 AITR
¨ System Sensor RR1 polarity reversal relay module
This application will use polarity reversal to
activate sounders on four-wire smoke detectors.
Sequence of Operation
After a smoke detector is tripped the control panel will energize the polarity reversal relay
causing the sounders to activate on all four-wire smoke detectors that are connected to the
control panel.
System Sequence of Events
1) A smoke detector trips which activates a fire zone on the control panel.
2) The “Fire” auxiliary output trigger is programmed to energize the on-board relay which will in
turn energize the polarity reversal relay.
3) When the polarity reversal relay is energized the relay contacts will change position (from
normally closed to normally open). This will reverse the supply voltage going to all four-wire
smoke detectors which will activate the sounders of each smoke detector.
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Required Programming
Location
9940
Value
01
9940
02
4097
4119
0185
001
008
001
Function
Zone type = 006, Option 1 = 080, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware input = 000, Input = 01
Zone type = 006, Option 1 = 080, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware input = 000, Input = 02
Enable control channel 1
Assign control channel 1 to the on-board relay
Assign the "fire" trigger to control channel 1
Application Diagram
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Four-wire Smoke Detectors with Sounders
- Application Note Security Enhancements
- Siren / Strobe Relay Output Objective
Equipment List
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel,
Provide a relay output to power
a siren / strobe upon any alarm
activation.
rev. 8.05 or greater
¨ Siren or Strobe of your choice
(must be hardwired)
Sequence of Operation
Upon any alarm activation, the panel will provide power to a strobe or siren.
System Sequence of Events
1) Any alarm activation occurs.
2) This event will trigger Control Channel 1.
3) Control Channel 1 will close the on-board relay (Auxiliary Output 8). This will supply
power to the strobe or siren.
4) The relay will return to its normally open state when the system is disarmed or
the alarm cut-off time expires.
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Required Programming
Location
4097
4119
0183
Value
001
008
001
Function
Enable control channel 1
Auxiliary output 8
Any alarm activation trigger
Application Diagram
07/99
Siren / Strobe Relay Output
- Application Note Security Enhancements
- Simultaneous Trip Objective
Equipment List
Requires that two (or
more) zones have an
open condition before
an annunciation/
activation will occur.
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel,
rev. 8.05 or greater
This application can be used in False Alarm Prevention.
Sometimes referred to as Cross Zoning.
Sequence of Operation
The designated two zones must have an open condition before an annunciation /
activation will occur.
System Sequence of Events
1) A zone will be programmed into the system (with speech, beeps, and show status
suppresssed) and linked to a Control Channel. This Control Channel will point to one of the
seven pull-to-ground auxiliary pins on the board. Whenever the zone is opened, this pin will
pull to ground.
2) A second zone will be programmed into the system (again, with speech, beeps, and show
status suppressed) and linked to another Control Channel. This second Control Channel will
point to the on-board relay. Whenever the second zone is open, the relay will close.
3) The wire from the pull to ground pin will then be wired through the on-board relay to a third
zone which will be programmed to speak, go into alarm, etc.
Note: Both of the first two zones must be active (open) within 30 seconds
of each other (programmable) in order for the third zone to be tripped
and cause an activation. Either of the first two zones tripped by itself
will not cause an alarm activation.
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Required Programming
Location
9940
Value
01
9940
02
9940
03
0902
0901
001
001
0917
0918
002
001
4097
4101
4119
4121
4125
4143
011
030
001
011
030
008
Function
Zone type = 011, Option 1 = 000, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware Device = 000, Input = 01
Zone type = 011, Option 1 = 000, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware Device = 000, Input = 02
Zone type = 000, Option 1 = 080, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware Device = 000, Input = 03
Link zone 1 to control channel 1
Set options for a zone 1 "open" to send an ON command
to control channel 1
Link zone 2 to control channel 2
Set options for a zone 2 "open" to send an ON command
to control channel 2
Enable control channel 1 with auto-countdown in seconds
Set control channel 1 countdown to 30 seconds
Assign control channel 1 to pull-to-ground pin 1
Enable control channel 2 with auto-countdown in seconds
Set control channel 2 countdown to 30 seconds
Assign control channel 2 to the on-board relay
Application Diagram
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Simultaneous Trip
- Application Note Security Enhancements
- Sunrise / Sunset Lighting Sure Action Photo Cell, 12 volt
Objective
Use a 12 volt
photocell to turn
on flood lights at
sunset and
provide lighted
pre-alarm entry
after sunset.
Equipment List
¨
¨
¨
¨
Apex Destiny 6100 control panel, rev. 8.05 or greater
X-10 PRO Power Line Interface Module, PSC05
X-10 PRO Incandescent Wall Switch Module, PLW01 (qty 2)
Sure Action 12VDC Photo Cell, SU-ON/OFF
Sequence of Operation
At sunset each day, the system will turn on the flood lights and automatically turn them off after
a specified time period. When pre-alarm is activated the system will turn on the hall lights to
provide lighted entry only if it is dark outside.
System Sequence of Events
1) At sunset the photocell will provide a short circuit to activate Zone 16 and signal the system
that it is dark. At sunrise the photocell will remove the short circuit to restore Zone 16 and
signal the system that it is light.
2) At sunset the system sends an “ON” command to Control Channel 33 which sends an “A1 ON”
X-10 command to turn on the flood lights. Control Channel 33 will send an “A1 OFF” X-10
command to turn off the flood lights after the programmed countdown time.
3) Entering the front door with the system armed to Away or Home will cause the system to
activate the pre-alarm countdown. If it is dark the system will also send an “ON” command to
Control Channel 34. Control Channel 34 will send an “A2 ON” X-10 command to turn on the
hall lights. The hall lights will remain on until manually turned off.
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Required Programming
Location
4865
4867
4869
4886
4889
4892
4910
0189
4059
9940
Value
009
128
120
096
001
008
097
034
002
01
9940
16
9920
001
Function
Enable control channel 33 with automatic turn-off
Turn channel on when dark(sunset)
On units(minutes)
X-10 output signal = A1
Enable control channel 34
Disable channel when light(sunrise)
X-10 output signal = A2
Pre-alarm trigger channel
Pre-alarm trigger option(activation = on, restore = none)
Zone type = 001, Option 1 = 080, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware device = 000, Input = 01
Zone type = 016, Option 1 = 000, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware device = 000, Input = 16
077(Front), 060(Door)
Application Diagram
07/99
Sunrise / Sunset Lighting
Sure Action Photo Cell, 12 volt
- Application Note Security Enhancements
- External Alarm Delay Objective
Equipment List
For any alarm, provide a
delay period before the
external alarm speaker is
active.
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel,
rev. 8.05 or greater
¨ External Speaker
(8 ohm - 10 watt minimum)
This application allows the end user a period of time to disarm the
control after any activation before the alarm speaker disturbs neighbors.
Sequence of Operation
For any alarm activation the external speaker will be disabled for a programmed
time period before sounding an alarm. The internal speaker alarm will remain
instant.
System Sequence of Events
1) Upon any alarm activation the system will send an “ON” command to Control Channel 1
energizing the on-board relay for a programmable time period. The common wire for the
external speaker will be interrupted disabling the speaker.
2) After the programmed time period the system will send an “OFF” command to Control
Channel 1 de-energizing the on-board relay. The common wire for the external speaker
will be restored enabling the speaker and allowing the alarm to be annunciated.
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Required Programming
Location
4097
4101
4119
0183
4053
Value
011
030
008
001
002
Function
Enable control channel 1 with automatic turn-off
On units - seconds (programmable)
Auxiliary output 8 (on-board relay)
System trigger - any alarm activation
System trigger option (activation = ON)
Application Diagram
07/99
External Alarm Delay
- Application Note Security Enhancements
- Transfer to Secondary Phone Line Objective
Transfer to a secondary phone line upon
the loss of the primary
phone line.
Equipment List
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel,
rev. 8.05 or greater
¨ System Sensor, RR1 Relay (DPDT)
Sequence of Operation
The control panel will automatically switch to the secondary phone line upon loss
of the primary line.
System Sequence of Events
1) Upon loss of the primary phone line, the panel will energize the on-board relay which will
in turn energize the double pole double throw (DPDT) System Sensor RR1 relay.
2) This DPDT relay will now connect the secondary phone line to the panel. After four (4)
hours (programmable) the on-board relay will de-energize causing the DPDT relay to
reconnect the primary phone line to the panel.
3) If the primary phone line is still not active, then the above sequence will continue until the
primary phone line is restored.
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Required Programming
Program
Location
4865
4101
4119
0199
4069
Value
009
240
008
033
002
Function
Enable channel 33 with automatic turn off
On units; 240 minutes
Control on board relay
Activate channel 33 for loss of phone line trigger
Activation action "ON" for channel 33
Application Diagram
07/99
Transfer to Secondary Phone Line
- Application Note Home Control
- Intruder Audible and Visual Warning Objective
Provide an
audible and a
visual warning
to an intruder
approaching
the perimeter
of a protected
area.
Equipment List
¨
¨
¨
¨
Apex Destiny 6100 control panel, rev. 8.05 or greater
X-10 PRO Power Line Interface Module, PSC05
X-10 PRO Incandescent Wall Switch Module, PLW01
X-10 PRO External Motion Detector, PHS01
(Settings: House code=M, Start Code=5, Time Delay=.1,
Sensor “+1” Switch=IN, Dusk “+5” Switch=IN)
Sequence of Operation
When perimeter motion is detected the system will speak “Warning Protected Area, Leave Immediately” and turn on flood lights. The audible warning message will only be spoken when motion is
detected while the system is armed to Away but the flood lights will turn on whenever motion is detected regardless of the arming mode if it is dark outside. The flood lights will turn off after a programmed time period.
System Sequence of Events
1) When motion is detected PHSO1 transmits X-10 input signal 1 “M6 ON” (Also transmits X-10
input signal 2 “M10 ON” at sunset and “M10 OFF” at sunrise for Control Channel filters).
2) “M6 ON” X-10 signal activates Output Control assignment 1.
3) Output Control assignment 1 activates Control Channel 33(chain channel 1) and suppresses
speech.
4) Chain Channel Group 1 activates Control Channels 34, 35, 36.
5) Control Channel 34 activates Auxiliary Output pin 1 for two seconds if the system is armed to
Away applying a ground signal to Zone 16 input.
6) Control Channel 35 activates Auxiliary Output 8(on-board relay) for three seconds if the system
is armed to Away switching the external speaker to the internal speaker terminals.
7) Control Channel 36 transmits X-10 output signal “H1 ON” turning on the flood lights for 5
minutes.
8) Zone 16 activates and speaks “Warning Protected Area Leave Immediately” through external
speaker.
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Required Programming
Location
4865
4867
4886
4889
4892
4893
4911
4913
4916
4917
4935
4937
4940
4941
4958
5441
5442
5443
5570
5572
5576
5578
5579
4021
4022
9940
9940
9940
9920
Value
001
001
001
011
160
002
001
011
160
003
008
013
008
005
176
034
035
036
005
024
009
022
021
033
005
16
17
18
016
Function
Enable control channel 33
Activate chain channel
Chain channel 1
Enable control channel 34 with automatic turn-off
Filter - disable when disarmed and also when armed to home or night
On units (seconds)
Auxiliary output 1
Enable control channel 35 with automatic turn-off
Filter - disable when disarmed and also when armed to home or night
On units (seconds)
Auxiliary output 8
Enable control channel 36 with automatic turn-off and timer restart
Filter - disable when light(sunrise)
On units (minutes)
X-10 output signal = H1
Channel activation 1, chain channel 1
Channel activation 2, chain channel 1
Channel activation 3, chain channel 1
X-10 input 1 signal = M6
On function = output control assignment 1
X-10 input 2 signal = M10
On function = sunset
Off function = sunrise
Output control assignment 1 = channel 33
Output control assignment 1 options = turn channel on and suppress speech
Zone type = 011, Option 1 = 064, Option 2 = 033, Hardware device = 000, Input = 16
Zone type = 015, Option 1 = 000, Option 2 = 001, Hardware device = 020, Input = 1
Zone type = 015, Option 1 = 000, Option 2 = 001, Hardware device = 020, Input = 2
371(Warning), 358(Protected), 029(Area), 096(Leave Immediately)
Application Diagram
07/99
Intruder Audible and Visual Warning
- Application Note Home Control
- Universal Remote (X-10 PRO PUR08) - Remote Arming / Light Control -
Objective
Arm to Home
mode and turn
on a light with
the X-10 PRO
Universal
Remote Control
(PUR08).
Equipment List
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
Apex Destiny 6100 control panel, rev. 8.05 or greater
X-10 PRO Power Line Interface Module, PSC05
X-10 PRO Incandescent Wall Switch Module, PLW01
X-10 PRO Transceiver / Appliance Module, PAT01
X-10 PRO Universal Remote Control, PUR08
The PUR08 Universal Remote provides convenience in arming the control,
turning on/off the TV/VCR and controlling lights, all from one hand-held remote.
Sequence of Operation
Pressing the X-10 button on the PUR08 followed by a 01 and the channel (+) button will arm
the system to Home and turn on an X-10 controlled light. Pressing the X-10 button on the
PUR08 followed by 02 and the channel (+) button will only turn on the X-10 controlled light.
Pressing the channel (-) button will turn the light off.
System Sequence of Events
1) When the PUR08 X-10 button is pressed folllowed by 01 and the channel (+) button it
transmits X-10 input signal 1 “A1 ON” which causes the system to arm to Home and
also causes the system to send an “ON” command to Control Channel 1.
2) Control Channel 1 transmits X-10 output signal “A2 ON” that turns on the X-10 light.
3) When the PUR08 X-10 button is pressed followed by 02 and the channel (+) button it
transmits X-10 output signal “A2 ON” which turns on the X-10 light.
4) Pressing the channel (-) button transmits X-10 output signal “A2 OFF” that turns the
light off.
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Required Programming
Location
9940
Value
01
5570
5572
4097
4118
0193
096
019
001
097
001
Function
Zone type = 015, Option 1 = 000, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware device = 020, Input = 1
X-10 input house code / unit assignment (A1)
X-10 input “ON” button function assignment – Arm to Home
Enable control channel 1
X-10 output signal “A2”
System trigger – Arm to Home
Application Diagram
07/99
Universal Remote (X-10 PRO PUR 08)
- Application Note Home Control
- Visual Confirmation of Arm/Disarm - Garage Door Open/Close and Open with Lighted Entry -
Objective
Provide remote
arming/disarming with
visual confirmation
and provide remote
garage door opening
with automatic lighted
entry.
Equipment List
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
Apex Destiny 6100 control panel, rev. 8.05 or greater
Apex Wireless Receiver/Bridge, WL500-M
Ademco Wireless Key Transmitter, 5804
X-10 PRO Power Line Interface Module, PSC05
X-10 PRO Universal Module, PUM01
X-10 PRO Incandescent Wall Switch Module, PLW01 (qty 3)
X-10 PRO Lamp Module, PLM01
Sequence of Operation
5804
The system is armed to Away by pressing button 3 and disarmed by
pressing button 2 on the 5804 wireless key transmitter. Both arming and
disarming will cause the garage floodlight to turn on and off for visual
confirmation. Pressing button 1 will open the garage door, turn on the
garage overhead light and the entry hall light for five minutes, and turn on
the living room lamp and have it dim to a preset level. Pressing button 4
will either open or close the garage door depending on its present state.
System Sequence of Events
1) Arming the system to Away by pressing button 3 or disarming the system by pressing button 2 on the
5804 wireless transmitter activates Control Channel 38 for two seconds turning the garage floodlight
on and off.
2) Pressing button 1 activates Output Control assignment 1.
3) Output Control assignment 1 activates Control Channel 33 (Chain Channel 1) and suppresses speech.
4) Chain Channel Group 1 activates Control Channels 34, 35, 36, and 37.
5) Control Channel 34 transmits X-10 output signal “A1 ON” activating the X-10 universal module and after
two seconds transmits “A1 OFF” restoring the module. This momentary signal will open the garage
door.
Note: Only press button 1 to open the garage door and start the lighting sequence described below.
If the door is already open then it will be closed and the lighting sequence described below will begin.
6) Control Channel 35 transmits X-10 output signal “A2 ON” turning on the garage overhead light. After
five minutes it will transmit “A2 OFF” turning off the garage overhead light.
7) Control Channel 36 transmits X-10 output signal “A3 ON” turning on the hall entry light. After five
minutes it will transmit “A3 OFF” turning off the hall entry light.
8) Control Channel 37 transmits X-10 output signal “A4 ON” turning on the living room lamp and then
dims the lamp to level 3.
9) Pressing button 4 will activate Output Control assignment 2.
10)Output Control assignment 2 activates Control Channel 34 and suppresses speech. This opens or
closes the garage door as described in step 5 above.
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Required Programming
Location
4865
4867
4886
4889
4893
4910
4913
4917
4934
4937
4941
4958
4961
4964
4982
4984
4985
4989
5006
5441
5442
5443
5444
4021
4022
4023
4024
0194
4064
0196
4066
9940
Value
001
001
001
011
002
096
009
005
097
009
005
098
017
002
099
003
011
002
100
034
035
036
037
033
005
034
005
038
002
038
002
90
Function
Enable control channel 33
Activate chain channel
Chain channel 1
Enable control channel 34 with automatic turn-off
On units (seconds)
X-10 output signal = A1
Enable control channel 35 with automatic turn-off
On units (minutes)
X-10 output signal = A2
Enable control channel 36 with automatic turn-off
On units (minutes)
X-10 output signal = A3
Enable control channel 37 with dimming from remote control
Enable preset dimming
X-10 output signal = A4
Preset dimming level = 3
Enable control channel 38 with automatic turn-off
On units (seconds)
X-10 output signal = A5
Channel activation 1, chain channel 1
Channel activation 2, chain channel 1
Channel activation 3, chain channel 1
Channel activation 4, chain channel 1
Output control assignment 1 = channel 33
Output control assignment 1 options = turn channel on, suppress speech
Output control assignment 2 = channel 34
Output control assignment 2 options = turn channel on, suppress speech
System trigger, arm to away, channel 38
System trigger option, activate=on
System trigger, disarm, channel 38
System trigger option, activate=on
Zone type = 015, Option 1 = 000, Option 2 = 001, Hardware device = 010,
Enter serial number, Button function 1 = 024, Button function 2 = 020,
Button function 3 = 018, Button function 4 = 025, User = 1
Application Diagram
07/99
Visual Confirmation of Arm/Disarm
Garage Door Open/Close and
Open with Lighted Entry
- Application Note Home Control
- Motion Activated Light After Sunset Objective
Provide lighting
when motion is
detected after
sunset.
Equipment List
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
Apex Destiny 6100 control panel, rev. 8.05 or greater
Hardwire Motion Detector
X-10 PRO Power Line Interface Module, PSC05
X-10 PRO Incandescent Wall Switch Module, PLW01
X-10 PRO Sundowner Mini Controller, PHC03
Sequence of Operation
When motion is detected after sunset, the system will turn on a light and turn it off after a
programmed countdown time. If motion is detected again within the countdown time then the
light will remain on and the countdown will restart.
System Sequence of Events
1) When motion is detected Zone 1 will be activated and the system will speak “Motion Detected”.
2) At sunset the X-10 Sundowner Mini Controller will send the X-10 output signal “A4 ON”
which will enable Control Channel 33. At sunrise the X-10 output signal “A4 OFF” will be
sent disabling Control Channel 33.
3) The X-10 light (Control Channel 33) is linked to Zone 1 and if it is sunset will turn on whenever Zone 1 is activated and remain on until the programmed countdown time has expired.
If Zone 1 is activated again within the countdown time the light will remain on and the countdown will restart.
4) At sunrise Control Channel 34 will send the X-10 output signal “A1 OFF”. This will
ensure that the X-10 light turns off because if the light is turned on and the countdown
time has not expired at sunrise then the light would remain on. Control Channel 33 is
disabled at sunrise and will not send the “A1 OFF” signal to turn off the light after the
countdown time has expired.
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800-272-7937 Option 1
800-832-4003
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Required Programming
Location
4865
4868
4869
4886
4889
4891
4910
0901
0902
5570
5572
5573
9940
Value
013
008
005
096
001
016
096
001
033
099
022
021
01
9940
02
9920
001
Function
Enable control channel 33 with automatic turn-off and countdown restart
Disable channel when light(sunrise)
On units (minutes)
X-10 output signal = “A1”
Enable control channel 34
Turn channel 34 off when light(sunrise)
X-10 output signal = “A1”
Zone – control channel link option (open = on)
Zone – control channel link channel (zone 1, channel 33)
X10 sunset / sunrise output signal = “A4”
X-10 “A4 ON” signal = sunset
X-10 “A4 OFF” signal = sunrise
Zone type = 000, Option 1 = 080, Option 2 = 033, Hardware device = 000,
Input = 01
Zone type = 015, Option 1 = 000, Option 2 = 001, Hardware device = 020,
Input = 1
109(Motion), 056(Detected)
Application Diagram
07/99
Motion Activated Light After Sunset
- Application Note Home Control
- Motion Activated Light During Specified Time Objective
Provide lighting
when motion is
detected during
a specified time
period.
Equipment List
¨
¨
¨
¨
Apex Destiny 6100 control panel, rev. 8.05 or greater
Hardwire Motion Detector
X-10 PRO Power Line Interface Module, PSC05
X-10 PRO Incandescent Wall Switch Module, PLW01
Sequence of Operation
When motion is detected during a specific time of day period the system will turn on a light
and turn it off after a programmed countdown time. If motion is detected again within the
timed turn-off period then the light will remain on and the countdown will restart.
System Sequence of Events
1) When motion is detected Zone 1 will be activated and the system will speak “Motion
Detected”.
2) Auxiliary Output pin 1(control channel 34) is linked to Zone 1 and will provide a ground
signal to the normally open contact of the on-board relay (Auxiliary Output 8, Control
Channel 33) whenever Zone 1 is activated.
3) The on-board relay will energize every day during a specified time period and this will
allow the ground signal from Auxiliary Output pin 1 to activate Zone 2.
4) The X-10 light (Control Channel 35) is linked to Zone 2 and will turn on whenever Zone 2
is activated and remain on until the programmed countdown time is over. If Zone 2 is
activated again within the countdown time the light will remain on and the countdown will
restart.
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Required Programming
Location
4865
4866
4887
9992
4889
4911
4913
4917
4934
0901
0902
0917
0918
9940
9940
9920
Value
097
127
008
33
001
001
013
005
096
009
034
001
035
01
02
001
Function
Enable control channel 33 with off and on time-of-day schedule
Enable days of week operation (7 days selected)
Auxiliary output 8
On time = 2100(9 PM), off time = 0700(7 AM)
Enable control channel 34
Auxiliary output 1
Enable control channel 35 with automatic turn-off and countdown restart
On units (minutes)
X-10 output signal = A1
Zone – control channel link option (open = on, closed = off)
Zone – control channel link channel (zone 1, channel 34)
Zone – control channel link option (open = on)
Zone – control channel link channel (zone 2, channel 35)
Zone type = 000, Option 1 = 080, Option 2 = 033, Hardware device = 000, Input = 01
Zone type = 011, Option 1 = 000, Option 2 = 001, Hardware device = 000, Input = 02
109(Motion), 056(Detected)
Application Diagram
07/99
Motion Activated Light During Specified Time
- Application Note Energy Management
- HVAC Temperature Control - Enerzone Thermostat Home/Away Temperature Setpoints
Objective
Equipment List
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel,
Provide temperature control with
independent heating and cooling setpoints selected automatically for the Home and Away
arming modes.
rev. 8.05 or greater
¨ Apex Temperature Sensor, TS16
¨ Enerzone Thermostat
AC, Gas/Electric: E3 300x1 1 heat/1cool
Heat Pump:
E3 450x1 2 heat/1cool
Sequence of Operation
When the system is disarmed or armed to Home the temperature is maintained by the Enerzone
thermostat at the Day heating/cooling setpoints. When armed to Away the temperature is maintained by the Enerzone thermostat at the Night mode heating/cooling setpoints. All setpoints can
be changed at the thermostat. The TS16 temperature sensor allows the system to speak temperature to the inside speakers and local/remote phone. It can also be programmed for high and
low alarm setpoints.
System Sequence of Events
1) Arming the system to Away sends an “ON” command to Control Channel 1 energizing the onboard relay and interrupting the connection between the thermostat’s CLK1 and CLK2 terminals.
2) After one second, the system sends an “OFF” command to channel 1 to restore the
connection between CLK1 and CLK2 and place the thermostat in the Night(Away) mode.
3) Disarming the system or arming the system to Home sends an “ON” command to Control
Channel 2 energizing Auxiliary Output pin 1 and providing a ground signal to activate Zone 16.
Zone 16 sends an “OFF” command to Control Channel 33 deenergizing the on-board relay
and restoring the connection between CLK1 and CLK2.
4) After one second, the system sends an “OFF” command to Control Channel 2 deenergizing
Auxiliary Output pin1 and removing the ground signal to restore Zone 16. Zone 16 sends an
“ON” command to Control Channel 33 energizing the on-board relay to interrupt the connection between CLK1 and CLK2 and place the thermostat in the Day (Home) mode.
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Required Programming
Location
Value
4097
4101
4119
4121
4125
4143
4865
4887
0193
4063
0194
4064
0196
4066
1141
1142
9940
011
001
008
011
001
001
001
008
002
002
001
002
002
002
006
033
16
9940
17
6657
117
6659
6660
0135
9921
9921
085
065
005
01
02
Function
Enable control channel 1 with automatic turn-off (Thermostat Away Mode)
On units (seconds)
Auxiliary output 8
Enable control channel 2 with automatic turn-off (Thermostat Home Mode)
On units (seconds)
Auxiliary output 1
Enable channel 33
Auxiliary output 8
System trigger, arm to home
System trigger option, activate=on
System trigger, arm to away
System trigger option, activate=on
System trigger, disarm
System trigger option, activate=on
Zone – control channel link (zone 16, channel 33)
Zone – control channel link option (open=off, close=on)
Zone type = 011, Option 1 = 000, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware input = 000, Input = 16
Zone type = 011, Option 1 = 064, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware input = 022, Input = 01
Enable sensor, speak temperature with time, high and low limits,
hysteresis = 2 degrees
High limit temperature (programmable)
Low limit temperature (programmable)
Speak remote control menu, speak temperature when time is requested
267(Thermostat), 032(Away), 107(Mode)
267(Thermostat), 087(Home), 107(Mode)
Application Diagram
07/99
HVAC Temperature Control - Enerzone Thermostat
- Application Note Energy Management
- HVAC Temperature Control - Mechanical Thermostat Energy Savings While in the Away Mode
Objective
Provide energy savings in the
Away mode by maintaining
the temperature at a lower
heating setpoint and a higher
cooling setpoint.
Equipment List
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel,
rev. 8.05 or greater
¨ Apex Relay Expansion Module, EXP8
¨ Apex Temperature Sensor, TS16
¨ W.W. Grainger, ICM203 Delay-On-Break Relay,
p/n 4E234
¨ Existing Mechanical Thermostat
Sequence of Operation
When armed to Away the system will interrupt control power to the existing mechanical
thermostat and turn the HVAC system off. Control power is restored to the thermostat when the
temperature drops to the TS16 low limit setpoint or rises to the high limit setpoint allowing the
HVAC system to turn on and bring the temperature back to within the low and high limits. When
the system is disarmed control power will be restored to the thermostat and the temperature will
be maintained at its heating and cooling setpoints.
System Sequence of Events
1) Arming the system to Away sends an “ON” command to Control Channel 1 energizing relay 1
on the EXP8 expansion board and interrupting control power to the thermostat.
2) When the temperature drops to the TS16 low limit setpoint or rises to the TS16 high limit
setpoint an “ON” command is sent to Control Channel 33 energizing relay 2 on the EXP8
expansion board and restoring control power to the thermostat.
3) When the temperature rises 2 degrees higher than the TS16 low limit setpoint or drops 2
degrees lower than the TS16 high limit setpoint an “OFF” command is sent to Control Channel 33 once again interrupting control power to the thermostat.
4) Disarming the system sends an “OFF” command to Control Channel 1 restoring power to the
thermostat which will maintain the temperature at its heating and cooling setpoints.
Note: Once control power has been interrupted to the thermostat, the delayon-break relay will prevent control power from being restored to the
thermostat again until the minimum off time of 4 minutes has elapsed.
This will help prevent short-cycling which could damage the HVAC unit.
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Required Programming
Location
9940
Value
01
4097
4119
4865
4887
0194
4064
0901
0902
6657
001
009
001
010
001
006
009
033
117
6659
6660
0135
085
065
005
Function
Zone type = 011, Option 1 = 064, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware device = 022, Input = 01
Enable control channel 1
Auxiliary output 9
Enable control channel 33
Auxiliary output 10
System trigger – arm to away
System trigger options
Zone – control channel link option (open = on, close = off)
Zone – control channel link channel (zone 1, channel 33)
Enable sensor, speak temperature with time, high and low limits,
hysteresis = 2 degrees
High limit temperature (programmable)
Low limit temperature (programmable)
Speak remote control menu, speak temperature when time is requested
Application Diagram
07/99
HVAC Temperature Control - Mechanical Thermostat
- Application Note Energy Management
- Delayed HVAC Cut-Off After Door Opening Objective
Save energy costs by
operating HVAC only
when needed.
Equipment List
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel,
rev. 8.05 or greater
¨ Apex Relay Expansion Module, EXP8
¨ W.W. Grainger, ICM253 Post-Purge Relay,
p/n 4E890
¨ W.W. Grainger, ICM203 Delay-On-Break Relay,
p/n 4E234
Sequence of Operation
If one or more doors open and remain open for a predetermined time period, then the
HVAC unit will be disabled to prevent unnecessary heating and cooling.
System Sequence of Events
1) When a door is opened the EXP-8 relay linked to the zone will energize and interrupt
the control signal to the post-purge relay.
2) The post-purge relay will begin a timed countdown period and will interrupt the 24 VAC
control power to the room thermostat if the door remains open at the end of the countdown period.
3) If the door closes during the countdown period there will be no interruption of control
power and the HVAC unit will remain enabled under the control of the room thermostat.
4) The timed countdown period will begin after each door opening.
Note: If the HVAC unit is disabled due to an extended door opening the
delay-on-break relay will not allow it to restart until the minimum
off time has expired. This will help prevent short-cycling of the
HVAC equipment.
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Required Programming
Location
9940
Value
01
9940
02
9940
03
4097
4119
4121
4143
4145
4167
0901
0902
0917
0918
0933
0934
001
009
001
010
001
011
009
001
009
002
009
003
Function
Zone type = 001, Option 1 = 080, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware device = 000, Input = 01
Zone type = 011, Option 1 = 000, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware device = 000, Input = 02
Zone type = 013, Option 1 = 064, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware device = 000, Input = 03
Enable control channel 1
Auxiliary output 9
Enable control channel 2
Auxiliary output 10
Enable control channel 3
Auxiliary output 11
Zone - Control Channel Link Option (open = ON, close = OFF)
Zone - Control Channel Link Option (Zone 1, Channel 1)
Zone - Control Channel Link Option (open = ON, close = OFF)
Zone - Control Channel Link Option (Zone 2, Channel 2)
Zone - Control Channel Link Option (open = ON, close = OFF)
Zone - Control Channel Link Option (Zone 3, Channel 3)
Application Diagram
07/99
Delayed HVAC Cut-Off After Door Opening
- Application Note Energy Management
- Sequenced Sprinkler Control Objective
Provide sequenced
on and off control for
multiple sprinkler
valves.
Equipment List
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel,
rev. 8.05 or greater
¨ Apex Relay Expansion Module, EXP8
Sequence of Operation
Pressing the keypad F1 button will activate a Chain Channel that will cause sprinkler
valve 1 to turn on for 15 minutes (programmable) and then turn off. At this time, sprinkler
valve 2 will turn on for 15 minutes and then turn off. Then sprinkler valve 3, sprinkler valve
4, etc. will repeat the on/off cycle.
System Sequence of Events
1) Press F1 to activate Chain Channel 5.
2) Chain Channel sequence activates all relays starting with Relay 1 for 15 minutes, Relay 2
for 30 minutes, etc.
3) Relay 1 switches power to NO to activiate valve 1, thus breaking power to following
relays / valves.
4) Relay 1 is restored after 15 minutes reconnecting power to relay 2 for the remainder of
its countdown time (15 minutes).
5) Relay 2 then restores to energize Relay 3 for the remainder of its countdown time (15
minutes).
Note: This sequence passes power when relays restore to
normally closed (NC) via the jumpers.
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Required Programming
Location
4097
4101
4119
4121
4125
4143
4145
4149
4167
4169
4173
4191
4193
4195
4214
5441
5442
5443
5444
4021
4022
3630
Value
009
015
009
009
030
010
009
045
011
009
060
012
001
001
001
001
002
003
004
005
002
024
Function
Enable control channel 1 and enable automatic turn-off in minutes
On units
Auxiliary output 9
Enable control channel 2 and enable automatic turn-off in minutes
On units
Auxiliary output 10
Enable control channel 3 and enable automatic turn-off in minutes
On units
Auxiliary output 11
Enable control channel 4 and enable automatic turn-off in minutes
On units
Auxiliary output 12
Enable control channel 5
Enable chain channel
Channel group assignment 1
Channel activation 1
Channel activation 2
Channel activation 3
Channel activation 4
Output control assignment 1
Toggle control channel on / off
Keypad F1 button linked to output control assignment 1
Application Diagram
07/99
Sequenced Sprinkler Control
- Application Note End User Convenience
- Quick Exit Without Disarming Objective
Equipment List
With the system armed, provide the ability
to temporarily shunt a zone or zones by
simply pressing a single keypad function
key (F1 or F2), allowing quick exit without
having to disarm then re-arm.
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel,
rev. 8.05 or greater
¨ Apex RK36 or RKLCD keypad
This application can be used in providing convenience when letting the
dog out or taking the trash to the street.
Sequence of Operation
Press a keypad function key (F1 or F2), then exit through the appropriate zone. Upon returning,
press the function key again.
Note: As a safeguard, the control panel will automatically remove the shunt
after ten minutes (programmable).
System Sequence of Events
1) Pressing the keypad function key (F2 will be used for this Application Note) will send an
ON command to Control Channel 1.
2) Control Channel 1 is programmed to energize the on-board relay (Auxiliary Output 8) which will
drop a 4.7k resistor across the contact switch/zone loop to be shunted.
3) Pressing the keypad function key again (F2) will send an OFF command to Control Channel 1.
The on-board relay will de-energize and remove the 4.7k resistor from the contact switch/zone
loop.
4) The control panel will also send an OFF command to Control Channel 1 ten minutes after first
pressing F2.
Note: This Application is for hardwired contacts/devices only.
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Required Programming
Location
3631
4097
4101
4119
4021
4022
9940
Value
024
009
010
008
001
002
01
9921
01
Function
Enable F2 key for output control #1
Enable control channel 1 for countdown in minutes
On units = 10 minutes
Auziliary Output 8
Link output control #1 to control channel 1
Output control #1 option, toggle
Zone type = 000, Option 1 = 080, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware device = 000, Input = 01
148(Side), 060(Door), 044(Bypassed)
Application Diagram
07/99
Quick Exit Without Disarming
- Application Note End User Convenience
- Doorbell Chime with Greeting Message Objective
Equipment List
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel,
When the doorbell is
pressed, it will give it’s
normal chime followed by
a greeting message.
rev. 8.05 or greater
¨ Apex RK36 or RKLCD keypad
¨ System Sensor Relay, A77-716B
This application can be used when there are multiple doorbells (front
door, side door, back door) and the end user would like to know exactly
which doorbell was pressed.
Sequence of Operation
When someone presses the doorbell the normal doorbell chime will sound followed by a
greeting message over the internal speakers and/or keypad speakers.
System Sequence of Events
1) Zone 1 (door bell) activates sending an ON command to activate Control Channel 1 (Chain
Channel 1) which energizes Auxiliary Output 2 which in turn energizes the door bell chime
relay. The relay will turn off after one second.
2) Channel 1 also energizes the on-board relay (Auxiliary Output 8) and then Auxiliary Output 1.
The ground signal from Auxiliary Output 1 is now available at the normally closed (NC) contacts of the on-board relay. This signal will pass through to Zone 2 (Guest At Door) when the
on-board relay is returned to its normally closed position after two seconds and the system will
speak “Guest at Door”.
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Required Programming
Location
4097
4099
4118
4121
4125
4143
4145
4149
4167
4169
4173
4191
5441
5442
5443
0901
0902
9940
Value
001
001
001
011
001
002
011
003
001
011
002
008
002
004
003
001
001
01
9940
02
9920
9920
001
002
Function
Enable control channel 1
Enable chain channel
Chain channel 1
Enable control channel 2 with automatic turn-off
On units (seconds)
Auxiliary output 2
Enable control channel 3 with automatic turn-off
On units (seconds)
Auxiliary output 1
Enable control channel 4 with automatic turn-off
On units (seconds)
Auxiliary output 8
Chain channel assignment 1
Chain channel assignment 2
Chain channel assignment 3
Zone link option (opens = ON, closes = NONE)
Zone 1 linked to channel 1
Zone type = 011, option 1 = 000, option 2 = 001,
hardware input = 000, input = 01
Zone type = 011, option 1 = 064, option 2 = 033,
hardware input = 000, input = 02
060 (Door), 366 (Bell)
083 (Guest), 306 (At), 060 (Door)
Application Diagram
07/99
Doorbell Chime with Greeting Message
- Application Note End User Convenience
- Doorbell Interface with Local Two-Way Voice Objective
Equipment List
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel,
To provide a spoken message
when an entry doorbell is
pushed, and allow the end user
to communicate with the guest
through any on-premise touch
tone phone.
rev. 8.05 or greater
¨ Speaker (8 ohm - 10 watt minimum)
¨ Microphone
(5V omnidirectional electret condenser)
Sequence of Operation
When the doorbell is pressed, the system will annunciate “Guest at Front Door” through
the internal speaker(s). The end user can then pick up any on-premise touch tone phone,
access the control panel, and be able to listen and speak to the guest at the entry door.
System Sequence of Events
1) Activating the doorbell switch will activate Zone 1 and the zone descriptor will be annunciated through the internal speakers.
2) The end user may pick up any on-premise touch tone phone and press *,# to gain local
phone access folllowed by 9,9,9,9 to activate 2-way voice. While in 2-way voice, pressing *
will allow the end user to listen to the guest, and pressing # will allow the end user to speak
to the guest.
3) Following 2-way voice communication, the end user may press “0” or simply hang up the
phone.
Note: The microphone and speaker are wired next to entry door.
To prevent normal system speech from being broadcast through
the entry door speaker, the on-board relay is used to activate the
speaker only during 2-way voice operation.
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Required Programming
Location
9940
Value
01
9920
4097
4119
0203
001
001
008
001
Function
Zone type = 011, Option 1 = 064, Option 2 = 033,
Hardware device = 000, Input = 01
083(Guest), 306(At), 077(Front), 060(Door)
Enable control channel 1
Assign control channel 1 to the on-board relay
Activate the on-board relay only while 2-way voice is active
Application Diagram
07/99
Doorbell Interface with Local Two-Way Voice
- Application Note End User Convenience
- Doorbell Interface with Remote Two-Way Voice Objective
Equipment List
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel,
To provide the end user with the
ability to communicate with a
visitor through an off-premise
touch-tone phone after an entry
doorbell is pushed.
rev. 8.05 or greater
¨ Speaker (8 ohm - 10 watt minimum)
¨ Microphone
(5V omnidirectional electret condenser)
Sequence of Operation
When the doorbell is pressed, the system will annunciate the zone description through the
internal speaker(s) and then dial the secondary phone number. The phone will ring and when
the end user picks it up, a series of distinct single tones will be heard. The tones are generated from the system to give an immediate indication that it is their Apex security system
calling and a visitor has just pressed the doorbell. The end user will then hit any key on the
phone to silence the tones and allow direct communication to the visitor at the entry door.
System Sequence of Events
1) Activating the doorbell switch will activate Zone 1 and the zone descriptor will be annunciated
through the internal speaker(s).
2) If the system is armed to Away, the activation of Zone 1 will cause a pull-to-ground pin to silently activate Zone 2 which is programmed to dial phone number 2.
3) The panel willl dial phone number 2 (could be an office phone number, cellular phone, etc) and
enter two-way voice - listen/talk mode when the end user answers. While in two-way voice,
pressing * will allow the end user to listen to the visitor, and pressing # will allow the end user
to speak to the visitor.
4) Following two-way voice communication, the end user may press “0” to enter keypad mode or
simply hang up the phone.
Note: The microphone and speaker are wired next to the entry door.
To prevent normal system speech from being heard through
the entry door speaker, the on-board relay is used to activate the
speaker only during two-way voice operation.
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Required Programming
Location
9940
Value
01
9940
02
0398
9920
0901
0902
4097
4119
0203
4121
4124
4125
4143
0464
134
001
002
001
001
008
001
011
160
003
001
009
Function
Zone type = 011, Option 1 = 064, Option 2 = 033,
Hardware device = 000, Input = 01
Zone type = 011, Option 1 = 016, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware device = 000, Input = 02
Enable auxiliary zone type to dial phone number 2 and activate 2-way
083(Guest), 306(At), 077(Front), 060(Door)
Link zone 1 to control channel 2
Zone opening sends an ON command to channel 2
Enable control channel 1
Assign control channel 1 to the on-board relay
Activate the on-board relay only while 2-way voice is active
Enable control channel 2 with countdown in seconds
Disable channel 2 when system is disarmed, or armed to home/night
Give channel 2 a 3-second countdown
Assign channel 2 to auxiliary output pin #1
Two-way voice options = 0 exits to keypad mode/one digit access
Application Diagram
07/99
Doorbell Interface with Remote Two-Way Voice
- Application Note End User Convenience
- Silence a Selected Keypad / Internal Speaker Objective
Equipment List
Provide the end user with the
ability to silence a keypad /
internal speaker through a
single keypad function key
(F1 or F2).
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel,
rev. 8.05 or greater
¨ Apex RK36 or RKLCD keypad
Sequence of Operation
At any time the end user can press the assigned keypad function key (F1 or F2) to silence the
selected speaker. Pressing the assigned key again will return the speaker to an active state.
Note: The control panel will instantly restore the speaker to an
active state for any alarm activation.
System Sequence of Events
1) Pressing the keypad function key (F2 will be used for this Application Note) will send an
ON command to Control Channel 1.
2) Control Channel 1 is programmed to energize the on-board relay (Auxiliary Output 8). The
speaker to be silenced will be wired through the on-board relay normally closed (NC) terminal.
3) Pressing the F2 key will energize the on-board relay thus silencing the speaker. Pressing
the F2 key again will send an OFF command to Control Channel 1 and de-energize the onboard relay, returning the speaker to an active state.
4) The control panel will also send an OFF command to Control Channel 1 if any alarm should
occur to ensure that the speaker is active.
Note: A slight modification of this application will allow the silencing of
multiple speakers, either through time of day or end user key entry.
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Required Programming
Location
3631
4097
4119
4021
4022
0183
4053
Value
024
001
008
001
002
001
001
Function
Enable F2 key for output control #1
Enable control channel 1
Control channel 1 to on-board relay (Aux. Output #8)
Link output control #1 to control channel 1
Toggle control channel 1
Any alarm activation trigger to control channel 1
Activation action OFF for any alarm trigger
Application Diagram
07/99
Silence a Selected Keypad / Internal Speaker
- Application Note End User Convenience
- Silence a Selected Keypad / Internal Speaker in Home/Night Modes
Objective
Equipment List
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel,
When the control panel is armed in
the Home/Night mode, the selected
speaker is silent. The speaker
remains silent until after disarm.
rev. 8.05 or greater
¨ Apex RK36 or RKLCD keypad
This application allows a specific internal speaker in Home /
Night mode to be silent while others remain active.
Sequence of Operation
Arming the control panel to Home/Night mode will automatically silence the selected
speaker until five seconds after the control has been disarmed.
Note: The control panel will instantly restore the speaker to an
active state for any alarm activation.
System Sequence of Events
1) The control is armed to Home/Night, sending an ON command to Control Channel 1.
2) Control Channel 1 is programmed to energize the on-board relay (Auxiliary Output 8).
3) The speaker to be silenced will be wired through the on-board relay normally closed (NC)
termainal.
4) When the on-board relay energizes the speaker wiring loop will open.
5) The control is disarmed, sending an OFF command to Control Channel 2.
6) Control Channel 2 is programmed to de-energize the on-board relay five seconds after disarm, returning the speaker to an active state.
7) The control panel will send an OFF command to Control Channel 1 and de-energize the onboard relay if any alarm activation should occur to ensure that the speaker is active.
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Required Programming
Location
4097
4119
4121
4125
4143
0193
4063
0209
4079
0196
4066
0183
4053
Value
001
008
011
005
008
001
002
001
002
002
002
001
001
Function
Enable control channel 1
On-board relay
Enable control channel 2 for Auto Turn OFF
Sets Turn OFF time for five seconds
On-board relay
Links Arm to Home trigger to channel 1
Arm to Home activation action = ON, restore action = NONE
Links Arm to Night trigger to channel 1
Arm to Night activation action = ON, restore action = NONE
Links Disarm trigger to channel 2
Disarm activation action = ON, restore action = NONE
Links Any Alarm Activation trigger to channel 1
Any Alarm trigger activation action = OFF, restore action = NONE
Application Diagram
07/99
Silence a Selected Keypad / Internal Speaker
in Home / Night Modes
- Application Note End User Convenience
- Bathroom Courtesy Fan Sure Action Pulsor Sensor
Objective
To automatically
activate the bathroom
exhaust fan when
someone steps into
the shower or in front
of the commode.
Equipment List
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
Apex Destiny 6100 control panel, rev. 8.05 or greater
Apex RK36 or RKLCD keypad
Sure Action 4000/8000 Series Pulsor Sensors
Sure Action Processor, SU-313
X-10 PRO “On” and “Off” Only Wall Switch, XPS3
X-10 PRO Power Line Interface Module, PSC05
Sequence of Operation
When the stress sensors beneath the floor in front of the commode or shower senses activity,
the bathroom fan will automatically turn on for fifteen (15) minutes and then turn off.
System Sequence of Events
1) The weight of a person on the floor in front of the commode or shower will trip a silent
zone (Zone 1) on the panel via the Sure Action Pulsor/Processor.
2) The panel will send an X-10 command to turn on the exhaust fan (Control Channel 33
assigned to an X-10 address A1) and will automatically count down for fifteen (15)
minutes before turning off the fan.
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Required Programming
Location
9940
Value
01
4886
4865
4869
0902
0901
096
009
015
033
001
Function
Zone type = 011, Option 1 = 000, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware input = 000, Input = 1
Assign Control Channel 33 to the X-10 unit A1
Enable Control Channel 33 with countdown in minutes
Assign a 15 minute countdown
Link Zone 1 to Control Channel 33
When Zone 1 opens, send an "ON" command to channel 33
Note: Follow the Pulsor’s enclosed instructions for installation
and sensitivity adjustment.
Application Diagram
07/99
Bathroom Courtesy Fan
- Application Note End User Convenience
- Medicine Reminder Objective
Equipment List
Provide daily
reminders to
take important
medicines.
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel,
rev. 8.05 or greater
¨ Apex RK36 or RKLCD Keypad
Sequence of Operation
At the programmed time of day, the system will speak “Time for Medicine”. The audible
“Time for Medicine” message will be repeated until the keypad function key (F2) is pressed.
System Sequence of Events
1) Time of day operation will trigger Control Channel 1 to energize Auxiliary Output 1.
2) The ground signal from Auxiliary Output 1 will trip Zone 1 and cause the system to speak
“Time for Medicine”.
3) Control Channel 1 is set to flash, so Zone 1 will continually trip and close which will cause
the system to continually speak “Time for Medicine”.
4) Pressing the F2 keypad button will turn off Control Channel 1 and cause the system to stop
speaking.
Note: For additional daily reminders, enable additional Control Channels
programming them the same as Control Channel 1.
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Required Programming
Location
4097
4098
4100
4119
9992
4021
4022
3631
9940
Value
033
127
001
001
01
001
002
024
01
9920
001
Function
Enable control channel 1 with on at time of day
Enable day of week operation (all 7 days selected)
Enable flash
Auxiliary output 1
Enter daily turn on time (24 hour format, enter 0000 for off time)
Links channel 1 to output control assignment 1
Toggles control channel 1 on /off
Links F2 keypad button to output control assignment 1
Zone type = 011, Option 1 = 064, Option 2 = 033,
Hardware input = 000, Input = 01
Word programming, 249 (Time), 004 (For), 186 (Medicine)
Application Diagram
07/99
Medicine Reminder
- Application Note End User Convenience
- Vacation Mode Objective
To provide the end user
with a means of activating time controlled
channels that will operate
lights, applicances, etc.
ONLY when they are on
vacation.
Equipment List
¨
¨
¨
¨
Apex Destiny 6100 control panel, rev. 8.05 or greater
Apex RK36 or RKLCD keypad
X-10 PRO Power Line Interface Module, PSC05
X-10 PRO Incandescent Wall Switch Module, PLW01
Sequence of Operation
Pressing the 1 and 7 keys on the keypad simultaneously will enter the control panel into a special
(vacation) mode. This mode will automatically activate certain designated lights/applicances
based on time of day. Pressing the 1 and 7 keys simultaneously again will exit the special
(vacation) mode returning the control panel to the normal daily scheduling.
System Sequence of Events
1) Pressing the 1 and 7 keys simultaneously at the keypad will trip a Control Channel which will
trip an Auxiliary Output pin. The pin is wired to a zone contact.
2) The zone is programmed as a Sunrise/Sunset zone. The time of day Control Channels are
disabled when light, therefore tripping the zone creates a “dark” condition for the panel. This
enables the “vacation” channels to begin operating according to their programmed times.
Note: This application will NOT work properly if a photo cell is
being used to activate Control Channels through sunrise/
sunset commands.
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Required Programming
Location
9940
3625
4021
4022
4865
4887
4097
4098
4100
4118
9992
Value
16
Function
Zone type = 016, Option 1 = 000, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware input = 000, Input = 16
024
Defines 1-7 button function as output control 1
033
Links output control 1 to control channel 33
002
Toggles channel on/off
001
Enables control channel 33
001
Auxiliary output pin 1
(Example vacation channel)
097
Enables control channel 1 for on/off at time of day
127
7 day operation
008
Disabled when light
096
X-10 A-1 on/off
01
"Enter On" = 19:00 (7 pm); "Enter Off" = 23:00 (11 pm)
Application Diagram
07/99
Vacation Mode
- Application Note End User Convenience
- Independent Arm / Disarm Switches Objective
Use independent arm and
disarm switches so that
each switch will perform
only the arm function or
only the disarm function.
Equipment List
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel,
rev. 8.05 or greater
¨ System Sensor RR1 Relay
Typically used when an outside switch is needed for arming only
with a disarm switch located inside.
Sequence of Operation
Activating the designated arm switch will only arm the control to Away. Activating the
designated disarm switch will only disarm the control. This application can be used to
restrict certain users to arm only and others to disarm only.
Example: A card / proximity reader can be used to activate the arm/disarm switches.
System Sequence of Events
1) Closing the arm switch will trip Zone 1 (Arm/ Disarm) causing the panel to arm to Away.
2) Arming to Away will activate Control Channel 1 (Arm Only) causing Relay 1 to energize and
block the common signal from the arm switch until the panel is disarmed.
3) Arming to Away also will activate Control Channel 2 (Disarm Delay) causing the on-board relay
to energize and block the common signal from the disarm switch until the automatic turn-off time
has expired.
Note: The automatic turn-off time must be greater than the exit time
to prevent the system from arming to home instead of disarming.
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Required Programming
Location
9940
Value
01
4097
4119
4121
4125
4143
0195
4065
0194
4064
001
003
011
030
008
001
006
002
006
Function
Zone type = 014, Option 1 = 000, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware input = 000, Input = 01
Enable control channel 1
Links control channel 1 to Aux. Pin 3
Enable channel 2 for countdown in seconds
Channel 2 on units = 30 seconds
Link channel 2 to on-board relay (Aux. 8)
Enable Arm to Home, Night, Away trigger for channel 1
Activation Action (on) Restore Action (off) for Home, Night, Away trigger
Enable Arm to Away trigger for channel 2
Activiation Action (on) Restore Action (off) for Away trigger
Application Diagram
07/99
Independent Arm / Disarm Switches
- Application Note End User Convenience
- Outdoor Keypad Control IEI Keypad
Objective
To disarm the control
panel and open a
garage door from an
outside keypad.
Equipment List
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel,
rev. 8.05 or greater
¨ IEI Door-Gard Weather Resistant Keypad, 212w
This application can be useful when children arrive home before their
parents. This keypad will allow them to safely enter the home with the
use of a simple code, therefore eliminating the possibility of a lost key.
Sequence of Operation
The system is disarmed and the garage door is opened from the outside through the use of a
weather resistant keypad. When the correct code is entered a step arming zone will be
tripped, disarming the control panel. At the same time another zone is tripped, momentarily
energizing the on-board relay which will open the garage door.
System Sequence of Events
1) When the correct code is entered, two “pull to ground outputs” on the IEI keypad are tripped
momentarily. One output will trip Zone 1 which will disarm the control panel.
2) The other output will trip Zone 2 which will momentarily energize the on-board relay, opening
the garage door.
Note: The red LED on the IEI keypad is ON when the system is armed.
The green LED is ON when the system is disarmed.
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Required Programming
Location
4097
4119
4121
4143
4145
4149
4167
0195
0196
0917
0918
9940
Value
001
007
001
006
011
002
008
002
001
001
003
01
9940
02
Function
Enables control channel one
Activates auxiliary pin seven (green LED)
Enables control channel two
Activates auxiliary pin six (red LED)
Enables control channel three for auto turn off in seconds
Two seconds
Energizes the on-board relay
Arm trigger assigned to control channel two
Disarm trigger assigned to control channel one
Zone open sends an ON command
Links zone two to control channel three
Zone type = 014, Option 1 = 000, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware device = 000, Input = 01
Zone type = 011, Option 1 = 000, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware device = 000, Input = 02
Application Diagram
07/99
Outdoor Keypad Control
IEI Keypad
- Application Note End User Convenience
- Wireless Personal Transmitter Annunciation Objective
Provide individual extended
monitor annunciation at a
guard station for up to 80
wireless personal transmitters
with a single keypad button to
silence the annunciation.
Equipment List
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel,
rev. 8.05 or greater
¨ Apex RK36 or RKLCD keypad
¨ Apex Wireless Receiver/Bridge, WL500H
¨ Ademco Wireless Personal Transmitter, 5802MN
Sequence of Operation
When the 5802MN wireless personal transmitter is
activated, the system will annunciate the zone
description continuously through the keypad
speaker until the F2 keypad button is pressed.
5802MN
System Sequence of Events
1) Activating the 5802MN personal transmitter will activate Zone 1 and the zone description will
be annunciated continuously through the keypad speaker. The 5802MN functions like a zone
input since it is programmed as a 5890 PIR device type. The annunciation will be continuous
because the zone type is a day zone.
Note: The system must NOT be armed since the day zone would then
become an exterior instant zone type.
2) Pressing the F2 keypad button will silence the annunciation.
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Required Programming
Location
9940
Value
01
9920
3631
0236
001
004
000
Function
Zone type = 013, Option 1 = 064, Option 2 = 033,
Hardware device = 011, Enter serial #
141(Room), 001(One)
F2 button function - silence day zone
Continuous extended monitor
Application Diagram
07/99
Wireless Personal Transmitter Annunciation
- Application Note End User Convenience
- Remote Arming / Disarming and Garage Door Control Street Smart Code Encryptor
Objective
Equipment List
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel,
To offer an add-on wireless
keyfob with basic functions
(arm/disarm, panic, and
relay output).
rev. 8.05 or greater
¨ Street Smart Code Encryptor II
The Street Smart Code Encryptor II with wireless keyfob allows the dealer to
offer a customer the convenience of keyfob arming, panic, and home control
in an affordable, easy to install package.
Note: For more information on the Street Smart Code Encryptor,
visit their website at www.streetsmartsecurity.com.
Sequence of Operation
Momentary pressing of button 1 will arm the system to Away. Pressing button 1 for 3
seconds will arm the system to Home. A second momentary closure of button 1 will disarm
the system. Pressing button 2 will open/close a garage door. Pressing button 3 for 3
seconds will cause an audible Panic alarm.
System Sequence of Events
1) Momentary closure of button 1 will arm the system to Away (via the data bus connection).
The indicator LED will flash while armed to Away.
2) A 3-second closure of button 1 arms the system to the Home Mode (via data bus connection).
The indicator LED will be on solid while armed to Home.
3) A momentary closure of button 1 while the system is armed will disarm the system
(via data bus connection). The indicator LED is off when disarmed.
4) Momentary closure of button 2 causes a momentary relay closure from the Code Encryptor
unit (using white and red/white wires). This closure is used in parallel to the existing hardwire
garage door button to open/close the garage door.
5) A 3-second closure of button 3 causes an audible panic activation via the 4-wire data bus
connection (will report as a keypad zone activation).
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Required Programming
Location
Value
Function
Follow the Code Encryptor’s instruction sheet for setting options and learning remotes and codes.
Application Diagram
07/99
Remote Arming / Disarming and Garage Door Control
Street Smart Code Encryptor
- Application Note End User Convenience
- Annunciated Vehicle Detection with Lighted Entry Cartell Vehicle Detection Sensor
Objective
To alert the end user
with a spoken message when a vehicle
enters the driveway
and provide lighted
entry when dark.
Equipment List
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
Apex Destiny 6100 control panel, rev. 8.05 or greater
Apex RK36 or RKLCD keypad
Cartell Vehicle Detection Sensor, C-P2
X-10 PRO Power Line Interface Module, PSC05
X-10 PRO Incandescent Wall Switch Module, PLW01
X-10 PRO Sundowner Mini Controller, PHC03
This application provides both peace of mind and convenience. The spoken message when there is an
approaching vehicle provides the end user with peace of mind while the lighted entry provides convenience.
Sequence of Operation
When a vehicle enters the driveway and passes the detection sensor, the spoken message “Guest in
Driveway” will be heard in the house notifying the end user of an approaching vehicle. In addition to the
spoken message, the entry flood lights will automatically turn on if it is dark outside. The entry floodlights
will turn off after a programmed time period.
Note: This application provides the end user with the ability to activate or de-activate
the driveway detection sensor by simply pressing the keypad function key (F2).
With a slight programming modification the driveway detection sensor could be
active/ inactive based on time of day.
System Sequence of Events
1) When the driveway sensor detects a vehicle, Zone 16 is activated and the zone descriptor will be
annunciated through the inside speaker/s (Guest in Driveway).
2) The X-10 entry floodlight (Control Channel 33) is linked to Zone 16. When Zone 16 activates, the
control will send an “ON” command to Control Channel 33 only if it is dark outside. Control Channel
33 will remain “ON” until the programmed countdown time is over.
3) At sunset the X-10 Sundowner Mini Controller will send the X-10 output signal “H4 ON” and at
sunrise an “H4 OFF”. The panel will use this information as a filter for Control Channel 33.
4) Pressing the keypad function key (F2 for this application) will send an “ON” command via Output
Control # 1 to Control Channel 34.
5) Control Channel 34 is programmed to energize the on-board relay (Auxiliary Output 8) which will
shunt Zone 16 (the driveway detection sensor) by dropping a 4.7k ohm resistor across the terminal.
6) Pressing the keypad function key again (F2) will send an “OFF” command via Output Control # 1.
The on-board relay will de-energize and remove the shunt from Zone 16, thus restoring the driveway
detection sensor to an active state.
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Required Programming
Location
9940
Value
16
9940
80
5570
5572
5573
9920
4865
4869
4886
4868
1141
1142
4889
4911
3631
4021
4022
9921
179
022
021
016
009
010
176
008
001
033
001
008
024
034
002
34
Function
Zone type = 011, Option 1 = 064, Option 2 = 033,
Hardware input = 000, Input = 015
Zone type = 015, Option 1 = 000, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware input = 020, Input = 01
X-10 input 1 = "H4"
X-10 signal "H4 ON" = sunset
X-10 Signal "H4 OFF" = sunrise
083(Guest), 088(In), 198(Driveway)
Enable channel 33 for automatic turn-off
On units = 10 minutes
X-10 output signal H1
Filter - disable channel 33 when light
ON command sent when zone 16 opens
Zone 16 linked to channel 33
Enable channel 34
Auxiliary output #8
F2 key to output control #1
Link output control #1 to channel 34
Toggle channel 34
198(Driveway), 144(Sensor)
Application Diagram
07/99
Annunciated
Vehicle Detection
with Lighted Entry
Cartell Vehicle Detection Sensor
- Application Note End User Convenience
- Annunciated Vehicle Detection with Lighted Entry Sure Action Directional Probe
Objective
To alert the homeowner that
someone is entering or
leaving the driveway and
activate floodlights at dusk
when the system is armed to
the Home or Night mode.
Equipment List
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
¨
Apex Destiny 6100 control panel, rev. 8.05 or greater
Sure Action Probe Processor, SU-212
Sure Action Directional Probe, SU-P8000
Sure Action 12VDC Photo Cell, SU-ON/OFF
X-10 PRO Power Line Interface Module, PSC05
X-10 PRO Incandescent Wall Switch Module, PLW01
Sequence of Operation
During the day when a guest enters the driveway, the Destiny 6100 will speak, “Guest in
Driveway” and when someone leaves the driveway the Destiny 6100 will speak, “Goodbye”.
When the system is armed to Home or Night mode after dark, the Destiny 6100 will speak
“Guest in Driveway” and turn on the floodlight for three minutes. Upon exit, the Destiny 6100
will speak “Goodbye” and reactivate the floodlights for another three minutes.
Note: Greetings and floodlight “ON” time can be customized.
System Sequence of Events
1) Two auxiliary zones will be programmed; one for entry and one for exit, which will be
activated by the Sure Action Directional Probes.
2) One Control Channel will be programmed with the following options; time out in three
minutes, disable at sunrise, disable when armed to Home, Away and disarm.
3) Control Channel 1 is then linked to both auxiliary zones.
4) The SU-ON/OFF Photo Cell detects dusk and dawn which trips Zone 3 and alerts the
panel of sunset.
Note: At default zone open equals dusk (sunset) and can only be
changed from the upload/download software.
5) When the system is armed to Home or Night after sunset and driveway activity is
detected, the Control Channel then activates the flood light for three minutes.
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Required Programming
Location
9940
Value
01
9940
02
9940
03
4097
4100
4101
4118
0901
0902
0917
0918
013
200
003
096
001
001
001
001
Function
Zone type = 011, Option 1 = 064, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware device = 000, Input = 01
Zone type = 011, Option 1 = 064, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware device = 000, Input = 02
Zone type = 016, Option 1 = 000, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware device = 000, Input = 03
Enable channel one, countdown in minutes, restart timer and auto turn off
Disable channel one when disarmed, armed to Away, and sunrise
Set ON time for 3 minutes
Set house code and unit number to A-1
Set option for zone 1 open to send an ON command
Link zone 1 to control channel 1
Set option for zone 2 open to send an ON command
Link zone 2 to control channel 1
Application Diagram
07/99
Annunciated
Vehicle Detection
with Lighted Entry
Sure Action Directional Probe
- Application Note Miscellaneous
- Arm to Away End of Exit Trigger Objective
Equipment List
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel,
Provide an output relay that will
activate at the end of the arm to
Away exit delay.
rev. 8.05 or greater
¨ System Sensor Relay, A77-716B
This application can be used to provide an audible and / or visual
indication when the exit delay has expired and the control is armed.
Sequence of Operation
After arming to Away, the exit countdown will begin. When the exit delay expires a relay output
will be given. The relay output will restore when the control is disarmed.
System Sequence of Events
1) Arming to Away activates Control Channel 3 which triggers Chain Group 1 to first energize
the on-board relay (Auxiliary Output 8) and then Auxiliary Output 1. The ground signal from
Auxiliary Output 1 is now available at the normally closed (NC) contacts of the on-board relay.
2) This signal will pass through to Zone 1 when the on-board relay is returned to its normally
closed position after the turn-off delay period (programmed same as the exit delay time).
3) Zone 1 is linked to Control Channel 5 so when it is tripped Auxiliary Output 2 will pull to
ground and energize the output relay.
4) When the system is disarmed Control Channel 4 will trigger Chain Group 2 to first
deenergize Auxiliary Output 1 and then the on-board relay. This will deenergize the output
relay returning it to its normal state.
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Required Programming
Location
4097
4101
4119
4121
4143
4145
4147
4166
4169
4171
4190
4193
4215
5441
5442
5457
5458
0194
4064
0196
4066
0901
0902
9940
Value
011
030
008
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
002
001
002
001
002
002
001
003
002
004
001
009
005
01
Function
Enable control channel 1 with automatic turn-off
On units (seconds)
Auxiliary output 8
Enable control channel 2
Auxiliary output 1
Enable control channel 3
Activate chain channel
Chain channel 1
Enable control channel 4
Activate chain channel
Chain channel 2
Enable control channel 5
Auxiliary output 2
Channel activation 1, chain channel 1
Channel activation 2, chain channel 1
Channel activation 1, chain channel 2
Channel activation 2, chain channel 2
System trigger, arm to away
System trigger option, activate=on
System trigger, disarm
System trigger option, activate=off
Zone – control channel link option (open=on, close=off)
Zone – control channel link channel (zone 1, channel 5)
Zone type = 011, Option 1 = 000, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware input = 000, Input = 01
Application Diagram
07/99
Arm to Away End of Exit Trigger
- Application Note Miscellaneous
- Delayed Extended Monitor Objective
Equipment List
Provide extended monitor for a
zone if it remains open after a
specified time delay period.
¨ Apex Destiny 6100 control panel,
rev. 8.05 or greater
This application may be used in a residential or light commercial installation to give an
audible notification when a zone (door, window, cabinet, pool gate, display case) is
opened and not properly closed or left open.
Sequence of Operation
When Zone 1 opens and remains open for a specified time delay period, the system will annunciate
the zone opening for the programmed extended monitoring time (default is 30 seconds). If Zone 1
opens and then closes before the specified time delay period has expired, there will be no extended
monitoring.
System Sequence of Events
1) Zone 1 opens sending an “ON” command to Control Channel 1.
2) Control Channel 1 (Chain Channel 1) first energizes the on-board relay (Auxiliary Output 8) and then
Auxiliary Output 1. The ground signal from Auxiliary Output 1 is now available at the normally closed
(NC) terminal of the on-board relay.
3) The on-board relay will return to its normally closed position after the automatic turn-off time period
and allow the ground signal from Auxiliary Output 1 to activate Zone 3. Zone 3 is programmed as a
Day zone that will always be an extended monitoring zone when the system is disarmed.
4) If Zone 1 opens and then closes before the automatic turn-off time period has expired, Zone 2 closes
sending an “OFF” command to Control Channel 2 (Chain Channel 2) which first deenergzes Auxiliary
Output 1 and then the on-board relay. This will prevent the Auxiliary Output 1 ground signal from
activating Zone 3.
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Required Programming
Location
9940
Value
01
9940
02
9940
03
9920
9920
4097
4099
4118
4121
4123
4142
4145
4167
4148
4169
4173
4191
5441
5442
5457
5458
0901
0902
0917
0918
001
003
001
001
001
001
001
002
001
001
096
011
030
008
004
003
003
004
001
001
008
002
Function
Zone type = 001, Option 1 = 080, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware device = 000, Input = 01
Zone type = 011, Option 1 = 000, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware device = 000, Input = 02
Zone type = 013, Option 1 = 064, Option 2 = 001,
Hardware device = 000, Input = 03
077(Front), 060(Door)
077(Front), 060(Door) - same as zone 1
Enable control channel 1
Activate chain channel
Chain channel 1
Enable control channel 2
Activate chain channel
Chain channel 2
Enable control channel 3
Auxiliary output 1
Enable Away, Home, Night filter
Enable control channel 4
On units (seconds)
Auxiliary output 8
Channel activation 1, chain channel 1
Channel activation 2, chain channel 1
Channel activation 1, chain channel 2
Channel activation 2, chain channel 2
Zone - control channel link option (open = on)
Zone - control channel link channel (zone 1, channel 1)
Zone - control channel link option (close = off)
Zone - control channel link channel (zone 2, channel 2)
Application Diagram
07/99
Delayed Extended Monitor
Application
Directory
- Product Sources -
Apex Division of Pittway Corporation
Available at ADI
www.ademco.com/apex
- Technical Support / Applications Group . . . . . 1-800-272-7937 Option 1
Mark_Haas@Pittway.com
- Sales Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chris_Williams@Pittway.com
1-800-272-7937 Ext. 3003
- Customer Service, Louisville . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-800-573-0154
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Street Smart Security
Available at ADI
www.streetsmartsecurity.com
- Main Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-800-908-4737
Scott_Matlock@ademco.com
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System Sensor, A Division of Pittway
Available at ADI
www.systemsensor.com
- Technical Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-800-736-7672
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ADI
www.adilink.com
Call 1-800-233-6261 to locate an ADI center near you.
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Application
Directory
- Product Sources (continued)
Enerzone Systems Corp.
www.Enerzone.com
- Main Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Enerzone@airmail.net
IEI = International Electronics, Inc.
www.IEIB.com
- Technical Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ToddH@IEIB.com
Preferred Technologies Group
Cartell Products
- Main Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sure Action Incorporated
www.sureaction.com
- Main Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
tech@sureaction.com
Available at ADI
1-888-782-8638
Available at ADI
1-800-343-9502
Available at ADI
1-800-223-4743
Available at ADI
1-800-648-4301
Available at ADI
X-10 PRO
www.X10PRO.com
- Technical Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
X10PROTEC@AOL.COM
W.W. Grainger, Inc.
1-800-832-4003
Available at Grainger
www.grainger.com
- Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-800-323-0620
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ADI
www.adilink.com
Call 1-800-233-6261 to locate an ADI center near you.
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