Digiplex DGP2-641BL Installation manual

Modules Programming Guide
Programming Methods
The modules can be programmed using the following methods:
1)
Through the WinLoad Security Management Software. The modules can be programmed at 19,200 baud (or 38,400 baud with DGP-NE96) by
connecting locally using a 306 adapter, remotely through a modem or locally using an ADP-1 adapter at 300 baud. Refer to the WinLoad Help for more
information.
2)
The module can also be programmed by using the Module Broadcast Feature of the control panel. Refer to the appropriate control panel’s Reference &
Installation Manual for more information.
3)
With a memory key (PMC-3; DNE-K07 and DGP2-641/BL/R/RB only). Refer to Memory Key (PMC-3) on page 4 (DNE-K07) or page 8 (DGP2-641/BL/
R/RB) for more information.
4)
If programming through a keypad, the following programming methods can be used after entering the module’s programming mode:
• Feature Select Programming: Some of the modules’ sections are programmed by enabling or disabling options. Within the sections, numbers from
[1] to [8] represent a specific option. Press the button corresponding to the desired option. The selected digit will appear on the LCD screen. This
means that the option is enabled. Press the key again to remove the digit from the display thereby disabling the option. Press the [ENTER] button
when the desired options are set.
• Decimal Programming: Some module sections require that a decimal value be entered. Ex: A PGM Timer will require a 3-digit time to be entered.
With this method, any 3-digit number from 000 to 255 can be entered.
• Level Programming: Some module sections are programmed using “Level Programming”. In this section only one option can be enabled. To
enable the option, use the
and
buttons until the option you want is illuminated, then press the [ENTER] button to set the option.
How Do I Enter Module Programming Mode?
Through any keypad connected to the combus:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Press and hold the [0] key.
Enter your [INSTALLER CODE].
Enter section [953] (DGP-848) or [4003] (DGP-NE96).
Enter the 8-digit [SERIAL NUMBER] of the module you wish to program.
Enter the 3-digit [SECTION] you wish to program.
Enter the required [DATA].
The module’s serial number can be found on the module’s PC board. We recommend that you use this programming guide to keep track of what was
programmed and how.
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Table of Contents
Grafica Graphic LCD Keypad Module................................................................................................. 3
LCD Keypad Module............................................................................................................................. 5
48-Zone LED Keypad Module .............................................................................................................. 9
Annunciator Module ............................................................................................................................ 11
Outdoor High-Security Digital Motion Detector Modules ............................................................... 12
Motion Detector Modules................................................................................................................... 13
Magellan Wireless Expansion Module .............................................................................................. 14
4-PGM Expansion Module.................................................................................................................. 16
1-PGM Expansion Module.................................................................................................................. 17
8-zone Expansion Module.................................................................................................................. 18
4-zone Expansion Module.................................................................................................................. 19
1-zone Expansion Module.................................................................................................................. 20
Printer Module..................................................................................................................................... 21
InTouch Voice-Assisted Arm/Disarm Module .................................................................................. 25
Access Control Module...................................................................................................................... 26
Power Supply Module ........................................................................................................................ 29
Module Connection Drawings ........................................................................................................... 30
Module Connection Overview ..................................................................................................................
Grafica Graphic LCD Keypad Module (DNE-K07) ...................................................................................
LCD Keypad Module (DGP2-641/BL/R/RB) ............................................................................................
48-Zone LED Keypad Module (DGP2-648) .............................................................................................
DGP2-641R/RB Access Control Connections .........................................................................................
Annunciator Module (DGP2-ANC1) .........................................................................................................
Outdoor High-Security Digital Motion Detector Module (DG85) ..............................................................
Motion Detector Modules (DGP2-50/60/70).............................................................................................
Magellan Wireless Expansion Module (MG-RCV3) .................................................................................
4-PGM Expansion Module (APR3-PGM4) ..............................................................................................
1-PGM Expansion Module (APR3-PGM1) ..............................................................................................
8-Zone Expansion Module (APR3-ZX8) .................................................................................................
4-zone Expansion Module (APR3-ZX4)...................................................................................................
One-zone Expansion Module (DGP2-ZX1)..............................................................................................
Printer Module (APR3-PRT1) .................................................................................................................
InTouch Voice-Assisted Arm/Disarm Module (APR3-ADM2) ..................................................................
Access Control Module (DGP2-ACM1P) .................................................................................................
Power Supply Module (DGP2-PS17) ......................................................................................................
Door Contact Module (DGP2-ZC1)..........................................................................................................
Hub and Bus Isolator Module (APR3-HUB2) ...........................................................................................
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Grafica Graphic LCD Keypad Module
DNE-K07 V1.3
Grafica Keypads can be used with DGP-848 and DGP-NE96 control panels only. Grafica will not function with DGP-48 control panels.
The keypad’s serial number can be found on the keypad’s PC board. The keypad’s serial number can also be viewed by pressing and holding the [0] key,
entering the [INSTALLER CODE] and then entering section [000].
U = Default setting
SECTION [001] : Keypad Partition Assignment
SECTION [002] : System Options
Option
OFF
N Disabled
[1]
Partition 1
[2]
Partition 2
[3]
Partition 3
[4]
Partition 4
N Disabled
[5]
Partition 5 (DGP-NE96 only)
N Disabled
[6]
Partition 6 (DGP-NE96 only)
[7]
Partition 7 (DGP-NE96 only)
[8]
Partition 8 (DGP-NE96 only)
N Disabled
N Disabled
N Disabled
N Disabled
N Disabled
ON
Option
OFF
U Disabled
ON
N Enabled
U Enabled
[1]
Display Code Entry
U Enabled
[2]
Display Exit Delay
U Enabled
[3]
Display Entry Delay
U Enabled
[4]
Confidential Mode
(not for UL installations)
U Disabled
N Enabled
U Enabled
[5]
To exit Confidential Mode
U Enter code
N Press Button
U Enabled
[6]
Exit Delay Beep
U Enabled
[7]
U Enabled
[8]
N Disabled
N Disabled
U Enabled
U Enabled
N Disabled
Future Use
N N/A
U Enabled
Keypad Tamper
U Disabled
N Enabled
N N/A
SECTION [003] : Beep on Trouble
Option
OFF
[1]
System & Clock Trouble Beep
U Disabled
[2]
Communicator Trouble Beep
U Disabled
[3]
Module & Combus Trouble Beep
U Disabled
[4]
All Zone Trouble Beep
U Disabled
[5] to [8] Future Use
N N/A
ON
N Enabled
N Enabled
N Enabled
N Enabled
N N/A
Section #
[004]
Confidential Mode Timer
___/___/___ (005 to 255 seconds; Default: 120 seconds)
Using the Memory Key
[100]
Download all from the Memory Key (Grafica keypad sections [001] to [004] and all user, zone, door and area labels) to the Grafica keypad.
[110]
Copy the Grafica keypad sections [001] to [004] and all user, zone, door and area labels to the Memory Key.
Download Contents of the Memory Key to the Grafica Keypad:
1) Insert the Memory Key onto the keypad’s connector (refer to Memory Key Connector on page 4).
2) To download the contents of the Memory Key, enter the keypad’s programming mode and enter section [100].
3) Once the keypad emits a confirmation beep, wait for a second confirmation beep and then remove the Memory Key.
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Copy Contents of the Grafica Keypad to the Memory Key:
1) Insert the Memory Key onto the keypad’s connector (refer to Memory Key Connector on page 4). Ensure that the write protect jumper is on (refer to
Memory Key (PMC-3) below).
2) To copy the contents to the Memory Key, enter the keypad’s programming mode and enter section [110].
3) Once the keypad emits a confirmation beep, wait for a second confirmation beep and then remove the Memory Key. Remove the Memory Key’s jumper
if you do not wish to accidentally overwrite its contents.
Memory Key Connector
Memory Key
Memory Key (PMC-3)
Jumper ON:
Can copy and download
contents.
PMC-3
Jumper OFF:
Cannot override the contents
of the memory key.
The memory key will only function with a keypad that has the DGP2 or DNE prefix in the model number. Only the PMC-3 memory key will
function with DGP2 and DNE keypads.
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LCD Keypad Module
DGP2-641 V1.1
DGP2-641R V2.0
DGP2-641BL V1.1
DGP2-641RB V2.0
The keypad’s serial number can be found on the keypad’s PC board. The keypad’s serial number can also be viewed by pressing and holding the [0] key,
entering the [INSTALLER CODE] and then entering section [000].
U = Default setting
SECTION [001] : Keypad Partition Assignment
Option
[1]
SECTION [002]: Assigning Doors to Partitions †
OFF
Partition 1
[2]
Partition 2
[3]
Partition 3
[4]
Partition 4
[5]
Partition 5 (DGP-NE96 only)
[6]
Partition 6 (DGP-NE96 only)
[7]
Partition 7 (DGP-NE96 only)
[8]
Partition 8 (DGP-NE96 only)
N Disabled
N Disabled
N Disabled
N Disabled
N Disabled
N Disabled
N Disabled
N Disabled
ON
[1]
Display code entry
U Disabled
[2]
Display exit delay
U Disabled
[3]
Display entry delay
U Disabled
[4]
Confidential Mode
(not for UL installations)
U Disabled
[5]
To exit Confidential Mode
[6]
Future Use
Future Use
[8]
Time display option
N Disabled
ON
Door Assigned to Partition1
U Enabled
U Enabled
[2]
Door Assigned to Partition 2
U Enabled
[3]
Door Assigned to Partition 3
U Enabled
[4]
Door Assigned to Partition 4
N Disabled U Enabled
U Enabled
[5]
Door Assigned to Partition 5 (DGP-NE96 only) N Disabled U Enabled
U Enabled
[6]
Door Assigned to Partition 6(DGP-NE96 only)
N Disabled U Enabled
U Enabled
[7]
U Enabled
[8]
N Disabled U Enabled
N Disabled U Enabled
Door Assigned to Partition 7 (DGP-NE96 only) N Disabled U Enabled
Door Assigned to Partition 8 (DGP-NE96 only) N Disabled U Enabled
SECTION [004]: General Options 2
OFF
[7]
OFF
[1]
SECTION [003]: General Options 1
Option
Option
U Enabled
ON
N Enabled
N Enabled
N Enabled
N Enabled
U Enter code N Press Button
N N/A
N N/A
N N/A
N N/A
U yy/mm/dd N dd/mm/yy
Option
OFF
U Disabled
ON
N Enabled
[1]
Muting
[2]
Exit Delay Beep
[3]
Door Left Open Pre-Alarm †
N Disabled
[4]
Chime on Zone Closure
U Disabled
N Enabled
[5]
Door Left Open Alarm Feedback †
N Silent
U Audible
[6]
Door Left Open Alarm Follows †
U Alarm
N Disabled
U Enabled
U Enabled
N Beep Timer
restore
[7]
Door Forced Alarm †
N Silent
[8]
Door Forced Alarm †
U Alarm
U Audible
N Beep Timer
restore
SECTION [005] : Beep on Trouble
Option
SECTION [006]: PGM and Tamper Options ‡
OFF
ON
Option
OFF
ON
N N.C.
[1]
System & Clock Trouble Beep
U Disabled
N Enabled
[2]
Communicator Trouble Beep
U Disabled
N Enabled
[2]
PGM Deactivation Mode
U Deactivation N PGM Timer
[3]
Module & Combus Trouble Beep
U Disabled
N Enabled
[3]
PGM Base Time
U 1 second
All Zone Trouble Beep
U Disabled
[4]
PGM Override
U Disabled
[5]
Keypad Tamper
U Disabled
[4]
[5] to [6] Future Use
[7]
Time Format †
[8]
Future Use
N N/A
N Enabled
N N/A
U 24Hr clock N 12Hr clock
N N/A
N N/A
[1]
PGM State
U N.O.
Event
[6] to [8] Future Use
N N/A
N 1 minute
N Enabled
N Enabled
N N/A
† Section/option is only available with DGP2-641R/RB
‡ Section/option is only available with DGP2-641/BL
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SECTION [006]: General Options 3 †
Option
OFF
ON
[1]
Card Activates Door Unlocked Schedule
N Disabled.
[2]
Door Left Open Alarm
U Disabled
[3]
Door Forced Open Alarm
U Disabled
[4]
PIN Entry on Keypad
U Enabled *
[5]
Keypad Tamper
U Disabled
[6]
Relock Door
U Disabled
[7]
Future Use
N N/A
[8]
Unlock on REX
U Disabled
Section
† Section/option is only available with DGP2-641R/RB.
U 1 second
N Enabled
* This option cannot be turned ON and will
always remain OFF.
N Enabled
N Enabled
N Enabled
N N/A
N Enabled
Data
Description
Default
[007]
__/__/__ (005 to 255 seconds)
Confidential Mode Timer
120
[008]
__/__/__ (000 to 255; see option [3] in section [006])
PGM Timer ‡
005
[008]
__/__/__ (000 to 255 seconds)
Door Unlocked Period †
005
[009]
__/__/__ (000 to 255 seconds added to section [008])
Door Unlocked Period Extension †
015
[010]
__/__/__ (000 to 255 seconds)
Door Left Open Interval †
060
[011]
__/__/__ (000 to 25 seconds)
Door Left Open Pre-Alarm Timer †
015
[012]
__/__/__ (000 to 25 seconds)
Beep Timer for Door Left Open Alarm †
005
[013]
__/__/__ (000 to 25 seconds)
Beep Timer for Door Forced Open Alarm †
005
† Section/option is only available with DGP2-641R/RB.
‡ Section/option is only available with DGP2-641/BL
Section [017]
Door Unlocked Schedule †
Start Time
End Time
Days (turn ON or OFF)
S
M T
W T
F
S
H
Schedule A:
___ ___ : ___ ___
___ ___ : ___ ___
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Schedule B:
___ ___ : ___ ___
___ ___ : ___ ___
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
† Section/option is only available with DGP2-641R/RB.
Section [510]: Download from Memory Key (PMC-3) to DGP2-641R/RB.
Section [520]: Upload from DGP2-641R/RB to Memory Key (PMC-3).
Event Group
Section
Feature Group
Section
Start #
Section
End #
Section
PGM Activation
[009]‡
__/__/__
[010]‡
__/__/__
[011]‡
__/__/__
[012]‡
__/__/__
PGM Deactivation
[013]‡
__/__/__
[014]‡
__/__/__
[015]‡
__/__/__
[016]‡
__/__/__
‡ Section/option is only available with DGP2-641/BL.
Only Event Groups 000 to 055 and 070 can be used to program the module’s PGM. Refer to Appendix 1: Programming PGMs on page 41
for the PGM Table.
Message Programming
Each section from [101] to [148], [200] to [204] and [301] to [396] contains one message with a maximum of 16 characters. The sections contain the
following messages:
Sections [101] to [148] = “Zone 01” to “Zone 48” respectively
Section [200] = “Paradox Security”
Sections [201] to [204] = “First Area”, “Second Area”, “Third Area”, and “Fourth Area”
Sections [301] to [396] = “Code 01” to “Code 96” respectively
After entering the section corresponding to the desired message, the message can be re-programmed to suit your installation needs as detailed in Table 1.
For example, section [101] “Zone 01” can be changed to “FRONT DOOR”.
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Table 1: Message Programming Special Function Keys
Key
[STAY]
[FORCE]
[ARM]
Function
Details
Insert Space
Press the [STAY] key to insert a blank space at the current cursor’s position.
Delete
Press the [FORCE] key to delete the character or blank space found at the current cursor’s position.
Delete Until the End
Press the [ARM] key to delete all characters and spaces to the right of the cursor and at the cursor’s position.
[DISARM] Numeric/Alphanumeric
Press the [DISARM] key to toggle the numeric keys to alphanumeric keys and vice versa. Numeric: Keys [0] to [9]
represent numbers 0 to 9. Alphanumeric: refer to Table 2 below.
[BYP]
Lower/Upper Case
Press the [BYP] key to toggle from lower to upper case and vice versa.
[MEM]
Special Characters
After pressing the [MEM] key, the cursor will turn into a flashing black square. Using Table 3 below, enter the 3-digit
number for the desired character.
Table 2: Alphanumeric Keys
Key
Press Key Once
Press Key Twice
Press Key Three Times
[1]
A
B
C
[2]
D
E
F
[3]
G
H
I
[4]
J
K
L
[5]
M
N
O
[6]
P
Q
R
[7]
S
T
U
[8]
V
W
X
[9]
Y
Z
Table 3: Special Characters
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Using the Memory Key
[510]
Download all from the Memory Key (LCD keypad sections [001] to [396] and all labels and messages) to the LCD keypad.
[520]
Copy the LCD keypad sections [001] to [396] and all labels and messages to the Memory Key.
Download Contents of the Memory Key to the LCD Keypad
1) Insert the Memory Key onto the keypad’s connector labelled “KEY”.
2) To download the contents of the Memory Key, enter the keypad’s programming mode and enter section [510].
3) Once the keypad emits a confirmation beep, wait for a second confirmation beep and then remove the Memory Key.
Copy Contents of the LCD Keypad to the Memory Key
1) Insert Memory Key onto the keypad’s connector labelled “KEY”. Ensure that the write protect jumper is on (refer to Memory
Key (PMC-3) below).
2) To copy the contents to the Memory Key, enter the keypad’s programming mode and enter section [520].
3) Once the keypad emits a confirmation beep, wait for a second confirmation beep and then remove the Memory Key.
Remove the Memory Key’s jumper if you do not wish to accidentally overwrite its contents.
Memory Key (PMC-3)
Jumper ON:
Can copy and download
contents.
PMC-3
Jumper OFF:
Cannot override the contents
of the memory key.
The memory key will only function with a keypad that has the DGP2 or DNE prefix in the model number. Only the PMC-3 memory key will
function with DGP2 and DNE keypads.
Combus Voltmeter
To verify if the combus is supplying sufficient power, press and hold the [0] key, enter the [INSTALLER CODE] and press the [ACC] button. A reading of 10.5V or
lower indicates that the voltage is too low. The voltage may drop during the control panel battery test.
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48-Zone LED Keypad Module
DGP2-648 V1.0
This model does not support installer programming capabilities, therefore you cannot program other modules or the panel on the
combus using this unit.
Section
Data
Description
Default
[001]
__/__/__ (000 to 004)*
Partition 1 Display
001 = (LED A1)
[002]
__/__/__ (000 to 004)*
Partition 2 Display
002 = (LED A2)
[003]
__/__/__ (000 to 004)*
Partition 3 Display
003 = (LED A3)
[004]
__/__/__ (000 to 004)*
Partition 4 Display
004 = (LED A4)
[005]
__/__/__ (000 to 004)*
Partition 5 Display
000
[006]
__/__/__ (000 to 004)*
Partition 6 Display
000
[007]
__/__/__ (000 to 004)*
Partition 7 Display
000
[008]
__/__/__ (000 to 004)*
Partition 8 Display
000
*000=disabled; 001=A1; 002=A2; 003=A3; 004=A4.
Do not assign the same display number to more than one section. A maximum of 4 partitions can be displayed on the keypad.
U = Default Settings
SECTION [009] : Keypad Options
Option
SECTION [010] : Beep on Trouble
OFF
[1]
Confidential Mode
[2]
Exit Confidential Mode
[3]
Muting
[4]
Beep on Exit Delay
[5]
Chime on Zone Closure
[6] to [8] Future Use
ON
Option
U Disabled N Enabled
U Press key N Enter code
U Disabled N Enabled
N Disabled
U Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
N N/A
OFF
Beep on System Trouble/Clock Loss U Disabled N Enabled
[2]
Beep on Communicator Trouble
[3]
Beep on Module/Combus Trouble
[4]
Beep on Zone Trouble
[5] to [8] Future Use
N N/A
ON
[1]
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
N N/A
N N/A
SECTION [011] : PGM & Keypad Tamper Options
Option
OFF
[1]
PGM State
[2]
PGM Deactivation Mode
[3]
PGM Base Time
[4]
Future Use
[5]
Keypad Tamper
[6] to [8] Future Use
Section
U N.O.
ON
N N.C.
U Deactiva- N PGM Timer
tion Event
U 1 second N 1 minute
N N/A
N N/A
N N/A
N N/A
U Disabled N Enabled
Data
Description
Default
[012]
__/__/__ (005 to 255 seconds)
Confidential Mode Timer
120
[013]
__/__/__ (001 to 255; see option [3] in section [011])
PGM Timer
005
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Event Group
Feature Group
Section
Start #
Section
End #
Section
Section
PGM Activation
[014]
__/__/__
[015]
__/__/__
[016]
__/__/__
[017]
__/__/__
PGM Deactivation
[018]
__/__/__
[019]
__/__/__
[020]
__/__/__
[021]
__/__/__
Refer to Appendix 1: Programming PGMs on page 41 for the PGM Table. Only Event Groups 000 to 055 can be used to program the
module’s PGM.
Section
Description
[030]
Test PGM: Activates the PGM for 8 seconds to verify if the PGM is functioning properly.
[040]
Zone Display Reset: Resets zone display sections [101] to [196] to default values.
Zone Display
Section
LED
Number
Zone
Displayed
Default
Section
LED
Number
Zone
Displayed
Default
Section
LED
Number
Zone
Displayed
Default
[101]
__/__/__
Zone 1
001
[133]
__/__/__
Zone 33
033
[165]
__/__/__
Zone 65
000
[102]
__/__/__
Zone 2
002
[134]
__/__/__
Zone 34
034
[166]
__/__/__
Zone 66
000
[103]
__/__/__
Zone 3
003
[135]
__/__/__
Zone 35
035
[167]
__/__/__
Zone 67
000
[104]
__/__/__
Zone 4
004
[136]
__/__/__
Zone 36
036
[168]
__/__/__
Zone 68
000
[105]
__/__/__
Zone 5
005
[137]
__/__/__
Zone 37
037
[169]
__/__/__
Zone 69
000
[106]
__/__/__
Zone 6
006
[138]
__/__/__
Zone 38
038
[170]
__/__/__
Zone 70
000
[107]
__/__/__
Zone 7
007
[139]
__/__/__
Zone 39
039
[171]
__/__/__
Zone 71
000
[108]
__/__/__
Zone 8
008
[140]
__/__/__
Zone 40
040
[172]
__/__/__
Zone 72
000
[109]
__/__/__
Zone 9
009
[141]
__/__/__
Zone 41
041
[173]
__/__/__
Zone 73
000
[110]
__/__/__
Zone 10
010
[142]
__/__/__
Zone 42
042
[174]
__/__/__
Zone 74
000
[111]
__/__/__
Zone 11
011
[143]
__/__/__
Zone 43
043
[175]
__/__/__
Zone 75
000
[112]
__/__/__
Zone 12
012
[144]
__/__/__
Zone 44
044
[176]
__/__/__
Zone 76
000
[113]
__/__/__
Zone 13
013
[145]
__/__/__
Zone 45
045
[177]
__/__/__
Zone 77
000
[114]
__/__/__
Zone 14
014
[146]
__/__/__
Zone 46
046
[178]
__/__/__
Zone 78
000
[115]
__/__/__
Zone 15
015
[147]
__/__/__
Zone 47
047
[179]
__/__/__
Zone 79
000
[116]
__/__/__
Zone 16
016
[148]
__/__/__
Zone 48
048
[180]
__/__/__
Zone 80
000
[117]
__/__/__
Zone 17
017
[149]
__/__/__
Zone 49
000
[181]
__/__/__
Zone 81
000
[118]
__/__/__
Zone 18
018
[150]
__/__/__
Zone 50
000
[182]
__/__/__
Zone 82
000
[119]
__/__/__
Zone 19
019
[151]
__/__/__
Zone 51
000
[183]
__/__/__
Zone 83
000
[120]
__/__/__
Zone 20
020
[152]
__/__/__
Zone 52
000
[184]
__/__/__
Zone 84
000
[121]
__/__/__
Zone 21
021
[153]
__/__/__
Zone 53
000
[185]
__/__/__
Zone 85
000
[122]
__/__/__
Zone 22
022
[154]
__/__/__
Zone 54
000
[186]
__/__/__
Zone 86
000
[123]
__/__/__
Zone 23
023
[155]
__/__/__
Zone 55
000
[187]
__/__/__
Zone 87
000
[124]
__/__/__
Zone 24
024
[156]
__/__/__
Zone 56
000
[188]
__/__/__
Zone 88
000
[125]
__/__/__
Zone 25
025
[157]
__/__/__
Zone 57
000
[189]
__/__/__
Zone 89
000
[126]
__/__/__
Zone 26
026
[158]
__/__/__
Zone 58
000
[190]
__/__/__
Zone 90
000
[127]
__/__/__
Zone 27
027
[159]
__/__/__
Zone 59
000
[191]
__/__/__
Zone 91
000
[128]
__/__/__
Zone 28
028
[160]
__/__/__
Zone 60
000
[192]
__/__/__
Zone 92
000
[129]
__/__/__
Zone 29
029
[161]
__/__/__
Zone 61
000
[193]
__/__/__
Zone 93
000
[130]
__/__/__
Zone 30
030
[162]
__/__/__
Zone 62
000
[194]
__/__/__
Zone 94
000
[131]
__/__/__
Zone 31
031
[163]
__/__/__
Zone 63
000
[195]
__/__/__
Zone 95
000
[132]
__/__/__
Zone 32
032
[164]
__/__/__
Zone 64
000
[196]
__/__/__
Zone 96
000
The keypad will display up to a total of 48 zones, however any zone from 1 to 96 can be selected. Do not assign more than one LED
Number to a zone.
10 - Digiplex Modules Programming Guide
Annunciator Module
DGP2-ANC1 V1.0
Program the DGP2-ANC1 using the Winload Software or the control panel’s Module Broadcast feature. Refer to the Digiplex (DGP-848 or
DGP-NE96) Reference & Installation Manual for more details. The DGP2-ANC1’s serial number is located on the module’s PC board.
U = Default Settings
SECTION [001] : Partition Assignment
Option
SECTION [002] : General Options 1
OFF
[1]
Partition 1
[2]
Partition 2
[3]
Partition 3
[4]
Partition 4
[5]
Partition 5 (DGP-NE96 only)
[6]
Partition 6 (DGP-NE96 only)
[7]
Partition 7 (DGP-NE96 only)
[8]
Partition 8 (DGP-NE96 only)
N Disabled
N Disabled
N Disabled
N Disabled
N Disabled
ON
Option
OFF
U Enabled
[1]
Beeper Mute Mode*
U Enabled
[2]
Beep on System Trouble
U Enabled
[3]
Beep on Communicator Trouble
U Enabled
[4]
Beep on Combus/Module Trouble
[5]
Zone Trouble
U Enabled
N Disabled U Enabled
N Disabled U Enabled
N Disabled U Enabled
[6] to [8] Future Use
ON
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
N N/A
N N/A
* In order for options [2] to [5] to function, option [1] must be disabled.
Section #
[003]
Status Display Mode
___/___/___ (Enter a value between 000 and 005 to set which status the Annunciator will display; Default: 000)
000 = Partition Status, 001 - 003 = Future Use, 004 = Zones 01 to 48, 005 = Zones 49 to 96
Digiplex Modules Programming Guide - 11
Outdoor High-Security Digital Motion Detector Modules
DG85 V1.1
Operational Mode
Digigard DG85 can function in two operational modes (see Table 4 below): DGP2 Mode or Relay Mode. When set to Relay Mode, DG85 functions like any
standard motion detector by communicating its alarm and tamper signals via relays. When set to DGP2 Mode, DG85 functions like a DGP2 motion detector
module by communicating alarm signals, tamper signals, data and detector settings via the combus. In DGP2 Mode, both section programming and manual
programming can be used to program the settings. In Relay Mode, only manual programming can be used to program the settings (see Table 4 below). Refer
to DG85’s connection drawing on page 33 for the location of the DIP switches.
DIP Switch 1:
OFF
ON
= Relay Mode (default)
= DGP2 Mode
Settings
Refer to DG85’s connection drawing on page 33 for the location of the DIP switches and Trimpot.
Table 4: DG85 Settings
Programming
Feature
Signal Processing Mode
LED
Movement Signal Indication
Tamper Recognition3
Sensitivity
Setting
Section Programming1
Manual Settings2
Dual
[001]J[1] = OFF
DIP switch 2 = OFF
Single U
[001]J[1] = ON
DIP switch 2 = ON
Disabled
[001]J[2] = OFF
DIP switch 3 = OFF
Enabled U
[001]J[2] = ON
DIP switch 3 = ON
Disabled
[001]J[3] = OFF
Enabled U
[001]J[3] = ON
Enabled when DIP
switch 3 = ON
Disabled U
[001]J[5] = OFF
N/A
Enabled
[001]J[5] = ON
N/A
U = 10
[002]J000(lowest sensitivity) - 010(highest)
TrimpotJ0-104
U Default Setting
1
When in DGP2 Mode only (see Operational Mode above).
2
When in DGP2 Mode or Relay Mode (see Operational Mode above).
3
This feature is always enabled in Relay Mode.
4
To set the sensitivity manually, remove the front cover and, using a screwdriver, turn the trimpot clockwise to increase the detector’s sensitivity or
counter-clockwise to decrease it. You can turn the trimpot 360° in both directions. To determine the sensitivity setting, remove the cover and view how
many times the LED flashes. The number of times the LED flashes corresponds to the sensitivity setting. Thus if the sensitivity is set to 6, the LED will flash
6 times.
In instances where a particular setting can be set either manually or through section programming, a discrepancy may exist between the
setting of the DIP switches and the setting in the appropriate sections. In such cases, the last change that is made will dictate the setting.
For example, if you disable the LED from within section programming, the DIP switch will still show that it is enabled, however the LED is
actually disabled.
12 - Digiplex Modules Programming Guide
Motion Detector Modules
DGP2-50 V2.0
DGP2-60 V2.0
DGP2-70 V2.0
U = Default setting
SECTION [001] : General Options
Option
OFF
[1]
Single/Dual Edge Processing
[2]
Alarm Indication
(red LED illuminates for 5 secs.)
[3]
Movement Signal Indication
(red LED will flash)
[4]
Non-movement Signal Indication
(green LED will flash)
[5]
Tamper Recognition
[6]
Future Use
[7]
Future Use
[8]
Future Use
N Dual Edge
N Disabled
ON
U Single Edge
U Enabled
N Disabled
U Enabled
N Disabled
U Enabled
U Disabled
N Enabled
N N/A
N N/A
N N/A
N N/A
N N/A
N N/A
Section #
[002]
Digital Shield Setting
___/___/___ (000 to 003 sensitivity; Default: 002)
000 = Very Low Shield, 001 = Low Shield, 002 = Normal Shield, 003 = High Shield
Digiplex Modules Programming Guide - 13
Magellan Wireless Expansion Module
MG-RCV3 V2.0
The Module Broadcast feature of the Digiplex (DGP-848 and DGP-NE96) control panels is not supported by the Magellan Wireless
Expansion Module.
U = Default setting
SECTION [001] : Supervision
Option
OFF
ON
[1]
Low battery supervision
U Disabled
[2]
Check-in supervision*
U Disabled
[3]
Check-in supervision time interval
U 24 hours
[4]
Future Use
UN/A
[5]
On-board module tamper supervision
The Magellan module automatically detects
the check-in time set in each of its assigned
transmitters. As a result, the transmitters can
have different check-in times.
N Enabled
N Enabled
N 80 minutes
N N/A
N Enabled
U Disabled
[6]
‡
PGM3 Deactivation
U 2 sec. Timer
[7]
PGM4 Deactivation‡
U 2 sec. Timer
[8]
Ignore transmitter tamper signal
N Manually
N Manually
N Ignore tamper
signal
N Report tamper
signal
*For UL installations, check-in supervision must be enabled (ON).
‡
Magellan’s PGM outputs are always enabled and are activated through the Magellan Remote Control (MG-REM1). Remote control button
(refer to
page 15) controls PGM3 and remote control button
controls PGM4 (if PGM4 is available). Press the appropriate button to activate the PGM that it controls.
Options [6] and [7] determine how the respective PGM will deactivate. If the option is OFF, the activated PGM will automatically deactivate after 2 seconds. If
the option is ON, each activated PGM can only be deactivated by pressing the appropriate button on a Magellan Remote Control that controls a PGM.
Section(s)
Description
[030]
View unknown serial numbers of transmitters: By entering this section and by pressing the anti-tamper switch on the unknown
wireless detector or door contact, the module’s unknown serial number will be displayed.
[040]
View and/or delete remote controls assigned in sections [201] to [208].
[041]
View and/or delete remote controls assigned in sections [209] to [216].
[601] to [616]
View the actual signal strength of the assigned wireless detectors and door contacts.
[701] to [716]
View the actual battery life of the assigned wireless detectors and door contacts.
[801] to [816]
View the previous battery life of the assigned wireless detectors and door contacts.
Assigning Wireless Detectors and Door Contacts to the Receiver
Section
Input
Serial Number
(Detectors & Door Contacts)
[101]
001
__/__/__/__/__/__
[102]
002
__/__/__/__/__/__
[103]
003
__/__/__/__/__/__
[104]
004
__/__/__/__/__/__
[105]
005
__/__/__/__/__/__
[106]
006
__/__/__/__/__/__
[107]
007
__/__/__/__/__/__
[108]
008
__/__/__/__/__/__
Motion
Detector
Door
Contact
N
N
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N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Section
Input
Serial Number
(Detectors & Door Contacts)
[109]
009
__/__/__/__/__/__
[110]
010
__/__/__/__/__/__
[111]
011
__/__/__/__/__/__
[112]
012
__/__/__/__/__/__
[113]
013
__/__/__/__/__/__
[114]
014
__/__/__/__/__/__
[115]
015
__/__/__/__/__/__
[116]
016
__/__/__/__/__/__
Motion
Detector
Door
Contact
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Remote Control Programming
Remote Control Assignment to the Receiver
Remote Control Assignment
to a User Access Code
Remote Control Button Programming
(refer to Tables 5 and 6 below)
Section & User Name
Section
User #
Section
[201] :____________________________________
[301]
__/__/__
[401]
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
[202] :____________________________________
[302]
__/__/__
[402]
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
[203] :____________________________________
[303]
__/__/__
[403]
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
[204] :____________________________________
[304]
__/__/__
[404]
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
[205] :____________________________________
[305]
__/__/__
[405]
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
[206] :____________________________________
[306]
__/__/__
[406]
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
[207] :____________________________________
[307]
__/__/__
[407]
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
[208] :____________________________________
[308]
__/__/__
[408]
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
[209] :____________________________________
[309]
__/__/__
[409]
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
[210] :____________________________________
[310]
__/__/__
[410]
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
(
/
)
(
/
)
( +
/ +
) ( +
/
+ )
[211] :____________________________________
[311]
__/__/__
[411]
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
[212] :____________________________________
[312]
__/__/__
[412]
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
[213] :____________________________________
[313]
__/__/__
[413]
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
[214] :____________________________________
[314]
__/__/__
[414]
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
[215] :____________________________________
[315]
__/__/__
[415]
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
[216] :____________________________________
[316]
__/__/__
[416]
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
( __/__ )
= These button combinations are not available with the MG-REM1 remote control and cannot be programmed.
Table 5: Remote Control Button Choice
[0] = Button disabled
[8] = Panic 2†
[1] = Regular Arm
[9] = Panic 3†
[2] = Stay Arm
[A] = Smoke reset
[3] = Instant Arm
[B] = Utility Key 1*
[4] = Force Arm
[C] = Utility Key 2*
[5] = Disarm
[D] = Utility Key 3*
[6] = Stay/Instant Disarm
[E] = Utility Key 4*
[7] = Panic 1†
[F] = Utility Key 5*
MG-REM1
Four-button Remote Control
*Since the Magellan PGMs are always enabled and are activated only with Magellan remote control buttons
and
respectively, the Utility Key options pertain only to PGMs on other modules connected to the system. For
DGP-848 systems, refer to the PGM table (First Digit: 8) in the Digiplex DGP-848 Programming Guide. For
DGP-NE96 systems, refer to the PGM table (Event Group: 048; Feature Group: 000; Start #001 to End #005) in
the DGP-NE96 Programming Guide.
†
The Panic feature must be enabled in the control panel.
Only arming and disarming functions were investigated by UL.
Table 6: Hexadecimal Programming
LCD keypads
[0] to [9] = values 0 to 9 respectively
[DISARM]
=D
[STAY]
=A
[BYP]
=E
[FORCE]
=B
[MEM]
=F
[ARM]
=C
[CLEAR]
= Exit section without saving
[ENTER]
= Save current data and advance to next section
Grafica keypads
[0] to [9]
= values 0 to 9 respectively
[#]
= A to F (press the [#] key until
the desired letter appears)
Right Action Key (Exit)
= Exit section without saving
Center Action Key (Save)
= Save current data and
advance to next section
Digiplex Modules Programming Guide - 15
4-PGM Expansion Module
APR3-PGM4 V2.0
U = Default setting
SECTION [001] : General Options
Option
[1]
SECTION [002] : PGM Options
OFF
N N/A
Future Use
ON
Option
N N/A
[1]
OFF
ON
U Deactivation N PGM Timer
PGM1 Deactivation After
Event
U Disabled N Enabled
N 1 minute
U 1 second
[2]
Pulse Output for Fire Alarms
N N/A
PGM1 Base Time
Future Use
N N/A
[2]
[3]
[3]
PGM2 Deactivation After
U Deactivation N PGM Timer
[4]
Future Use
N N/A
N N/A
[4]
PGM2 Base Time
U 1 second
[5]
Future Use
[5]
PGM3 Deactivation After
N N/A
N N/A
[6]
Future Use
[7]
Future Use
N N/A
[8]
Future Use
N N/A
Section
Event
N N/A
N 1 minute
U Deactivation N PGM Timer
Event
N N/A
N N/A
N 1 minute
U 1 second
[6]
PGM3 Base Time
[7]
PGM4 Deactivation After
U Deactivation N PGM Timer
[8]
PGM4 Base Time
U 1 second
Event
N N/A
N 1 minute
Data
Description
Default
[003]
__/__/__ (000 to 255; see option [2] in section [002])
PGM1 Timer
005
[012]
__/__/__ (000 to 255; see option [4] in section [002])
PGM2 Timer
005
[021]
__/__/__ (000 to 255; see option [6] in section [002])
PGM3 Timer
005
[030]
__/__/__ (000 to 255; see option [8] in section [002])
PGM4 Timer
005
Event Group
Section
PGM Activation
PGM Deactivation
Feature Group
Section
Start #
Section
End #
Section
PGM1
[004]
__/__/__
[005]
__/__/__
[006]
__/__/__
[007]
__/__/__
PGM2
[013]
__/__/__
[014]
__/__/__
[015]
__/__/__
[016]
__/__/__
PGM3
[022]
__/__/__
[023]
__/__/__
[024]
__/__/__
[025]
__/__/__
PGM4
[031]
__/__/__
[032]
__/__/__
[033]
__/__/__
[034]
__/__/__
PGM1
[008]
__/__/__
[009]
__/__/__
[010]
__/__/__
[011]
__/__/__
PGM2
[017]
__/__/__
[018]
__/__/__
[019]
__/__/__
[020]
__/__/__
PGM3
[026]
__/__/__
[027]
__/__/__
[028]
__/__/__
[029]
__/__/__
PGM4
[035]
__/__/__
[036]
__/__/__
[037]
__/__/__
[038]
__/__/__
Refer to Appendix 1: Programming PGMs on page 41 for the PGM Table. All the Event Groups can be used to program the module’s
PGM(s).
16 - Digiplex Modules Programming Guide
1-PGM Expansion Module
APR3-PGM1 V2.0
U = Default setting
SECTION [001] : General Options
Option
SECTION [002] : PGM Options
OFF
ON
[1]
Future Use
N N/A
[2]
Pulse Output for Fire Alarms
U Disabled N Enabled
[3] to [8] Future Use
Section
[003]
N N/A
Option
N N/A
N N/A
OFF
ON
[1]
PGM Deactivation After
U Deactiva- N PGM Timer
[2]
PGM Base Time
U 1 second N 1 minute
tion Event
N N/A
[3] to [8] Future Use
N N/A
Data
Description
Default
__/__/__ (000 to 255; see option [2] in section [002])
PGM Timer
005
Event Group
Section
Feature Group
Section
Start #
Section
End #
Section
PGM Activation
[004]
__/__/__
[005]
__/__/__
[006]
__/__/__
[007]
__/__/__
PGM Deactivation
[008]
__/__/__
[009]
__/__/__
[010]
__/__/__
[011]
__/__/__
Refer to Appendix 1: Programming PGMs on page 41 for the PGM Table. All the Event Groups can be used to program the module’s PGM.
Digiplex Modules Programming Guide - 17
8-zone Expansion Module
APR3-ZX8 V2.0
U = Default setting
SECTION [001] : General Options
Option
OFF
ON
U Disabled N Enabled
[1]
Tamper Recognition
[2]
PGM Deactivation After
U Deactiva- N PGM Timer
[3]
PGM normal state
U N.O.
N N.C.
[4]
PGM Base Time
N N/A
N N/A
ON = Input 8 (Z8) becomes tamper input
tion Event
[5] to [8] Future Use
Input Speed
Base Time (000-002)*
Input 001 / 009
Input 002 / 010
Input 003 / 011
Input 004 / 012
[002]
[004]
[006]
[008]
___/___/___
___/___/___
___/___/___
___/___/___
U 1 second N 1 minute
Time Value (000-255)
Default
Input Speed
Base Time (000-002)*
Time Value (000-255)
Default
[003]
[005]
[007]
[009]
___/___/___
600ms
Input 005 / 013
600ms
600ms
Input 006 / 014
___/___/___
600ms
___/___/___
600ms
Input 007 / 015
___/___/___
600ms
___/___/___
600ms
Input 008 / 016
[011]
[013]
[015]
[017]
___/___/___
___/___/___
[010]
[012]
[014]
[016]
___/___/___
600ms
* For the Base Time, using Level Programming (refer to page 1), press the
Base Time Multipliers: 000 = 15 ms, 001 = 1 second, 002 = 1 minute.
Section
[018]
and
___/___/___
___/___/___
___/___/___
___/___/___
buttons to select a value from 000 to 002 and then press [ENTER].
Data
Description
Default
__/__/__ (000 to 255; see option [4] in section [001])
PGM Timer
005
Event Group
Section
Feature Group
Section
Start #
Section
End #
Section
PGM Activation
[019]
__/__/__
[020]
__/__/__
[021]
__/__/__
[022]
__/__/__
PGM Deactivation
[023]
__/__/__
[024]
__/__/__
[025]
__/__/__
[026]
__/__/__
Refer to Appendix 1: Programming PGMs on page 41 for the PGM Table. Only Event Groups 000 to 055 can be used to program the
module’s PGM.
Section
[030]
Description
Test PGM: Activates the PGM for 8 seconds to verify if the PGM is functioning properly.
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4-zone Expansion Module
APR3-ZX4 V1.0
U = Default setting
SECTION [001] : General Options
Option
[1]
ON = Input 4 (Z4) becomes tamper input
[2] to [8] Future Use
Input Speed
Input 001
Input 002
Input 003
Input 004
Input 005 (ATZ of Input 001)
Input 006 (ATZ of Input 002)
Input 007 (ATZ of Input 003)
Input 008 (ATZ of Input 004)
OFF
ON
N N/A
N N/A
U Disabled N Enabled
Tamper Recognition
Base Time (000-002)*
[002]
[004]
[006]
[008]
[010]
[012]
[014]
[016]
___/___/___
___/___/___
___/___/___
___/___/___
___/___/___
___/___/___
___/___/___
___/___/___
* For the Base Time, using Level Programming (refer to page 1), press the
[ENTER]. Base Time Multipliers: 000 = 15 ms, 001 = 1 second, 002 = 1 minute.
Time Value (000-255)
[003]
[005]
[007]
[009]
[011]
[013]
[015]
[017]
and
Default
___/___/___
600ms
___/___/___
600ms
___/___/___
600ms
___/___/___
600ms
___/___/___
600ms
___/___/___
600ms
___/___/___
600ms
___/___/___
600ms
buttons to select a value from 000 to 002 and then press
Digiplex Modules Programming Guide - 19
1-zone Expansion Module
DGP2-ZX1 V2.0
U = Default setting
SECTION [001] : General Options
Option
[1]
Tamper Recognition
[2] to [8] Future Use
OFF
ON
N N/A
N N/A
U Disabled N Enabled
INPUT SPEED = BASE TIME x TIME VALUE (Default: 600mS)
Base Time (000 to 002)*
SECTION
Data
[002]
___/___/___
*For the Base Time, using Level Programming (refer to page 1), press the
[ENTER]. Base Time Multipliers: 000 = 15 ms, 001 = 1 second, 002 = 1 minute.
Time Value (001 to 255)
SECTION
Data
[003]
___/___/___
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and
buttons to select a value from 000 to 002 and then press
Printer Module
APR3-PRT1 V2.2
U = Default setting
SECTION [002] : Automatic Printing of Zone Status (1 to 8)
SECTION [001] : Partition Assignment
Option
OFF
[1]
Partition 1
[2]
Partition 2
[3]
Partition 3
[4]
Partition 4
[5]
Partition 5 (DGP-NE96 only)
[6]
Partition 6 (DGP-NE96 only)
[7]
Partition 7 (DGP-NE96 only)
[8]
Partition 8 (DGP-NE96 only)
N Disabled
ON
U Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
SECTION [003] : Automatic Printing of Zone Status (9 to 16)
Option
OFF
[1]
Print Status of Zone 9
[2]
Print Status of Zone 10
[3]
Print Status of Zone 11
[4]
Print Status of Zone 12
[5]
Print Status of Zone 13
[6]
Print Status of Zone 14
[7]
Print Status of Zone 15
[8]
Print Status of Zone 16
ON
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
SECTION [005] : Automatic Printing of Zone Status (25 to 32)
Option
OFF
[1]
Print Status of Zone 25
[2]
Print Status of Zone 26
[3]
Print Status of Zone 27
[4]
Print Status of Zone 28
[5]
Print Status of Zone 29
[6]
Print Status of Zone 30
[7]
Print Status of Zone 31
[8]
Print Status of Zone 32
ON
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
Option
OFF
[1]
Print Status of Zone 1
[2]
Print Status of Zone 2
[3]
Print Status of Zone 3
[4]
Print Status of Zone 4
[5]
Print Status of Zone 5
[6]
Print Status of Zone 6
[7]
Print Status of Zone 7
[8]
Print Status of Zone 8
ON
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
SECTION [004] : Automatic Printing of Zone Status (17 to 24)
Option
OFF
[1]
Print Status of Zone 17
[2]
Print Status of Zone 18
[3]
Print Status of Zone 19
[4]
Print Status of Zone 20
[5]
Print Status of Zone 21
[6]
Print Status of Zone 22
[7]
Print Status of Zone 23
[8]
Print Status of Zone 24
ON
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
SECTION [006] : Automatic Printing of Zone Status (33 to 40)
Option
OFF
[1]
Print Status of Zone 33
[2]
Print Status of Zone 34
[3]
Print Status of Zone 35
[4]
Print Status of Zone 36
[5]
Print Status of Zone 37
[6]
Print Status of Zone 38
[7]
Print Status of Zone 39
[8]
Print Status of Zone 40
ON
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
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SECTION [007] : Automatic Printing of Zone Status (41 to 48)
Option
OFF
[1]
Print Status of Zone 41
[2]
Print Status of Zone 42
[3]
Print Status of Zone 43
[4]
Print Status of Zone 44
[5]
Print Status of Zone 45
[6]
Print Status of Zone 46
[7]
Print Status of Zone 47
[8]
Print Status of Zone 48
ON
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
SECTION [009] : Automatic Printing of Zone Status (57 to 64)
Option
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
OFF
ON
Print Status of Zone 57 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 58 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 59 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 60 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 61 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 62 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 63 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 64 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
SECTION [011] : Automatic Printing of Zone Status (73 to 80)
Option
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
OFF
ON
Print Status of Zone 73 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 74 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 75 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 76 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 77 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 78 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 79 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 80 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
SECTION [013] : Automatic Printing of Zone Status (89 to 96)
Option
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
OFF
ON
Print Status of Zone 89 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 90 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 91 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 92 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
[5]
Print Status of Zone 93 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
[6]
Print Status of Zone 94 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
[7]
[8]
Print Status of Zone 95 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 96 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
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U = Default setting
SECTION [008] : Automatic Printing of Zone Status (49 to 56)
Option
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
OFF
ON
Print Status of Zone 49 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 50 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 51 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 52 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 53 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 54 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 55 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 56 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
SECTION [010] : Automatic Printing of Zone Status (65 to 72)
Option
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
OFF
ON
Print Status of Zone 65 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 66 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 67 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 68 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 69 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 70 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 71 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 72 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
SECTION [012] : Automatic Printing of Zone Status (81 to 88)
Option
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
OFF
ON
Print Status of Zone 81 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 82 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 83 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 84 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 85 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 86 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 87 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
Print Status of Zone 88 (DGP-NE96 only) U Disabled N Enabled
SECTION [014] : Automatic Printing of Event Groups
Option
OFF
[1]
Print Miscellaneous Events
[2]
Print Arming/Disarming Events
[3]
Print Alarm/Alarm Restore Events
[4]
ON
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
Print Tamper/Tamper Restore Events U Disabled N Enabled
[5]
Print Troubles/Troubles Restore
Events
[6]
Print Special Events
[7]
Print Access Events
[8]
Future Use
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
N N/A
N N/A
U = Default setting
SECTION [015] : Printer Setup Options
Option
[1]
SECTION [016] : Serial Port Setup Options
OFF
Parallel Port
[2]
Future Use
[3]
Off-line Status Ignored
[4]
Paper Empty Status Ignored
[5]
Printer Fault Status Ignored
[6]
Printer Busy Status Ignored
[7]
Future Use
[8]
Future Use
ON
Option
U Disabled N Enabled
N N/A
[1]
N N/A
OFF
N See Table N See Table
N See Table N See Table
[2] & [3]
U Disabled N Enabled
ON
U Disabled N Enabled
Serial Port
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
N N/A
N N/A
N N/A
N N/A
OFF
ON
N N/A
[4] to [8] Future Use
N N/A
SECTION [017] : PGM Options
Option
[1]
PGM Deactivation After
U Deactiva- N PGM Timer
[2]
PGM Normal State
U N.O.
N N.C.
[3]
PGM Base Time
[4]
Future Use
N N/A
N N/A
[5]
Tamper Recognition
N N/A
N N/A
tion Event
[6] to [8] Future Use
Section
[018]
U 1 second N 1 minute
U Disabled N Enabled
Data
Description
Default
__/__/__ (000 to 255; see option [3] in section [017])
PGM Timer
005
Event Group
Section
Feature Group
Section
Start #
Section
End #
Section
PGM Activation
[019]
__/__/__
[020]
__/__/__
[021]
__/__/__
[022]
__/__/__
PGM Deactivation
[023]
__/__/__
[024]
__/__/__
[025]
__/__/__
[026]
__/__/__
Refer to Appendix 1: Programming PGMs on page 41 for the PGM Table. Only Event Groups 000 to 055 can be used to program the
module’s PGM.
Manual Printing Programming
Section
Data
Description
Default
[027]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Miscellaneous Events (Event Group Selection)
000
[028]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Miscellaneous Events (Feature Group Selection)
000
[029]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Miscellaneous Events (Event Start # Selection)
000
[030]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Miscellaneous Events (Event End # Selection)
000
[031]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Arming/Disarming Events (Event Group Selection)
000
[032]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Arming/Disarming Events (Feature Group Selection)
000
[033]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Arming/Disarming Events (Event Start # Selection)
000
[034]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Arming/Disarming Events (Event End # Selection)
000
[035]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Alarm/Alarm Restore Events (Event Group Selection)
000
[036]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Alarm/Alarm Restore Events (Feature Group Selection)
000
[037]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Alarm/Alarm Restore Events (Event Start # Selection)
000
[038]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Alarm/Alarm Restore Events (Event End # Selection)
000
[039]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Tamper/Tamper Restore Events (Event Group Selection)
000
[040]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Tamper/Tamper Restore Events (Feature Group Selection)
000
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[041]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Tamper/Tamper Restore Events (Event Start # Selection)
000
[042]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Tamper/Tamper Restore Events (Event End # Selection)
000
[043]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Trouble/Trouble Restore Events (Event Group Selection)
000
[044]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Trouble/Trouble Restore Events (Feature Group Selection)
000
[045]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Trouble/Trouble Restore Events (Event Start # Selection)
000
[046]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Trouble/Trouble Restore Events (Event End # Selection)
000
[047]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Special Events (Event Group Selection)
000
[048]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Special Events (Feature Group Selection)
000
[049]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Special Events (Event Start # Selection)
000
[050]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Special Events (Event End # Selection)
000
[051]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Access Events (Event Group Selection)
000
[052]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Access Events (Feature Group Selection)
000
[053]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Access Events (Event Start # Selection)
000
[054]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
Access Events (Event End # Selection)
000
[055]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
All Events (Event Group Selection)
000
[056]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
All Events (Feature Group Selection)
000
[057]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
All Events (Event Start # Selection)
000
[058]
__/__/__ (000 to 255)**
All Events (Event End # Selection)
000
** Program the APR3-PRT1’s manual printing feature as you would a PGM. Refer to Appendix 1: Programming PGMs on page 41 for the
PGM Table. Only Event Groups 000 to 055 can be used to program the module’s manual printing feature.
Section
[060]
Description
Test PGM: Activates the PGM for 8 seconds to verify if the PGM is functioning properly.
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InTouch Voice-Assisted Arm/Disarm Module
APR3-ADM2 V2.0
Section
Data
Description
Default
[001]
__/__/__ (000 to 255; Number of rings)
Ring counter
8 rings
[002]
__/__/__ (000 to 255 seconds)
Answering machine override
Disabled
[003]
__/__/__ (000 to 255; refer to option [4] in section [004])
(000 = follows manual activation/deactivation of PGM by
first pressing [#] and then [0])
PGM timer
005
U = Default setting
SECTION [004] : General Options
Option
[1]
Future Use
[2]
Future Use
[3]
PGM Output
[4]
PGM Base Time
[5]
Future Use
[6]
Future Use
[7]
Future Use
[8]
Future Use
SECTION [005] : Partition Assignment
OFF
ON
N N/A
N N/A
N N/A
N N/A
U Disabled N Enabled
U Seconds N Minutes
N N/A
N N/A
N N/A
N N/A
N N/A
N N/A
N N/A
N N/A
Option
OFF
N Disabled
[1]
Partition 1
[2]
Partition 2
[3]
Partition 3
[4]
Partition 4
[5]
Partition 5 (DGP-NE96 only)
[6]
Partition 6 (DGP-NE96 only)
[7]
Partition 7 (DGP-NE96 only)
[8]
Partition 8 (DGP-NE96 only)
N Disabled
N Disabled
N Disabled
N Disabled
N Disabled
N Disabled
N Disabled
ON
U Enabled
U Enabled
U Enabled
U Enabled
U Enabled
U Enabled
U Enabled
U Enabled
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Access Control Module
DGP2-ACM1P V2.0
U = Default setting
* = V2.0 or higher
** = V1.1 or higher
*** = V1.02 or higher
SECTION [001] : Partition Assignment
Option
SECTION [002] : General Options 1
OFF
N Disabled
ON
Option
U Enabled
OFF
Tamper Input
U Disabled N Enabled
[2]
Battery Charging Current
U 350mA
Partition 1
[2]
Partition 2
[3]
Partition 3
U Disabled N Enabled
[4]
Partition 4
U Disabled N Enabled
[4]
[5]
Partition 5 (DGP-NE96 only)
U Disabled N Enabled
[5]
[6]
Partition 6 (DGP-NE96 only)
U Disabled N Enabled
Card activates door unlocked
schedule
[6]
Door will relock
U Disabled N Enabled
[3]
Reader’s red LED to follow partition’s N Disabled
status
Reader’s beeping to follow partition’s N Disabled
status when option [3] is ON
[7]
Partition 7 (DGP-NE96 only)
U Disabled N Enabled
[7]
[8]
Partition 8 (DGP-NE96 only)
U Disabled N Enabled
Reader’s green LED for Access
Granted
[8]
Unlock on Request for Exit (REX)
Option
[1]
U Enabled
U ImmeN Disabled
N When
closed
U Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
SECTION [004] : PGM Options
OFF
Door Left Open Alarm
N 700mA
U Enabled
U Disabled N Enabled
diately
SECTION [003] : General Options 2
ON
[1]
[1]
ON
Option
U Disabled N Enabled
N Disabled
[1]
OFF
PGM Deactivation After
[2]
PGM Normal State
U Audible
[3]
PGM Base Time
[4]
Future Use
U Disabled N Enabled
Door Left Open Pre-alarm
[3]
Door Left Open Alarm
N Silent
[4]
Door Left Open Alarm follows
U Alarm
Restore
U Deactiva- N PGM Timer
tion Event
U Enabled
[2]
N Beep
Timer
ON
U N.O.
N N.C.
N N/A
N N/A
U 1 second N 1 minute
[5]
Door Forced Open Alarm
PIN entry on PosiPIN (Note 1 on page 28) U Disabled N Enabled
Door Forced Alarm
N Silent
[5]
[6]
U Audible
[6]
Reader Locate Feedback*
U Visual
[7]
Door Forced Alarm follows
U Alarm
N Beep
Timer
[7]
Unlock Door on Fire Alarm*
U Disabled N Enabled
[8]
AC and Battery Supervision**
U Enabled
Restore
[8]
Reader Access Feedback
U Visual
N Visual &
audible
N Visual &
audible
N Disabled
Enable option [8] in section [004] if the DGP2-ACM1P’s power supply is not being used. This disables AC and battery power supervision
and prevents a trouble from being generated.
Section
Data
Description
Default
[005]
__/__/__ (000 to 255 x 1 minute; 000 = Instant)
AC failure report delay
000
[006]
__/__/__ (001 to 255 seconds)
Door Unlocked Period
005
[007]
__/__/__ (001 to 255 seconds added to section [006])
Door Unlocked Period extension
015
[008]
__/__/__ (001 to 255 seconds)
Door Left Open Interval
060
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[009]
__/__/__ (001 to 255 seconds)
Time to start pre-alarm before alarm is triggered
Door Left Open Pre-Alarm Timer
015
[010]
__/__/__ (001 to 255 seconds)
Beep timer for Door Left Open Alarm
005
[011]
__/__/__ (001 to 255 seconds)
Beep timer for Door Forced Open alarm
005
[012]
__/__/__ (000 to 255; refer to option [3] in section [004])
PGM timer
005
Section [013]: Door Unlocked Schedule
Start Time
End Time
Days (turn ON or OFF)
S M T
W T
F S H
Schedule A: ___ ___ : ___ ___
___ ___ : ___ ___
1
2
3
4
5
6
7 8
Schedule B: ___ ___ : ___ ___
___ ___ : ___ ___
1
2
3
4
5
6
7 8
For Access Control Modules version 2.0 or higher, the End Time can be set earlier than the Start Time. Please be advised that once
unlocked, the door will remain unlocked until the next programmed End Time.
Event Group
Feature Group
Section
Section
Start #
Section
End #
Section
PGM Activation
[014]
__/__/__
[015]
__/__/__
[016]
__/__/__
[017]
__/__/__
PGM Deactivation
[018]
__/__/__
[019]
__/__/__
[020]
__/__/__
[021]
__/__/__
Refer to Appendix 1: Programming PGMs on page 41 for the PGM Table. Only Event Groups 000 to 055 can be used to program the
module’s PGM.
SECTION [022] : Safe Mode Options
Option
OFF
N Disabled
[1]
Safe Mode*
[2]
Safe Mode Access*
N Disabled
[3]
Reader Safe Mode Feedback*
U Visual
[4] to [8] Future Use
Section
[023]
Section
N N/A
ON
U Enabled
U Enabled
N Visual &
audible
N N/A
Data
Description
Default
__/__/__ (001 to 024 hours; 000 = Disabled)
Safe Mode Door Unlocked Period*
000
Description
[030]
Test PGM: Activates the PGM for 8 seconds to verify if the PGM is functioning properly.
[040]
Access Card Serial Number Display***: View an access card’s serial number displayed on any LCD or Grafica keypad on the combus.
When the DGP2-ACM1P is in access card display mode, the door connected to the module cannot be accessed.
Section
Description
[061]
Assign Safe Mode Access Card 1*
[062]
Assign Safe Mode Access Card 2*
[063]
Assign Safe Mode Access Card 3*
[064]
Assign Safe Mode Access Card 4*
To assign an access card, enter the desired section and then present the access card to the reader, which is connected to the DGP2ACM1P, three times.
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Section
Description
[070]
Delete All Safe Mode Access Cards*
[071]
Delete Safe Mode Access Card 1*
[072]
Delete Safe Mode Access Card 2*
[073]
Delete Safe Mode Access Card 3*
[074]
Delete Safe Mode Access Card 4*
Enter the desired section to delete the corresponding access card(s).
Note 1: PIN Entry On PosiPIN (DGP-NE96 only)
The PIN entry on PosiPIN feature (section [004] option [5], see page 26) pertains to the Card and Code Access option programmed in the DGP-NE96
control panel (refer to the Access Control section in the DGP-NE96 Reference & Installation Manual). With the Card and Code Access option enabled (ON),
a user must present a valid access control card to the reader and then enter a valid PIN (user code) to enter an armed access control door. If the reader is
connected to an Access Control Module and if there is no keypad nearby in which to enter a PIN, access will be denied. With section [004] option [5]
enabled and by installing a PosiPIN (CR-R885-BL; PIN and Proximity Reader), the user can present their card to the PosiPIN reader and then enter their PIN
on the PosiPIN’s keypad to acquire access to the armed access control door.
If the access control door is using an ordinary proximity reader and is connected to an Access Control Module, disable the door’s Card
and Code Access option in the DGP-NE96 control panel.
Configuring the PosiPIN’s Keypad to Function with the DGP-NE96
In order for the “Pin Entry on PosiPIN” feature to work, the PosiPIN’s keypad communication format must be set to 8-bit Wiegand. To do so, from the
PosiPIN, perform the following:
STEP 1: Press and hold the [CLEAR] key for 4 seconds (the reader emits a confirmation beep and the green LED illuminates).
STEP 2: Enter the PosiPIN’s [INSTALLER CODE] (default: 000000) and press the [ENTER] key (reader emits a confirmation beep and the green LED flashes).
STEP 3: Enter section [002] and press the [ENTER] key (reader emits a confirmation beep and the green LED stops flashing).
STEP 4: Press the [0] key (8-bit Wiegand) and press the [ENTER] key (the reader emits a confirmation beep and the green LED flashes).
STEP 5: Press and hold the [CLEAR] key for 4 seconds to exit programming mode (the reader emits a rejection beep and the green LED extinguishes).
For more information, please refer to the PosiPIN Installation and Operating Instructions.
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Power Supply Module
DGP2-PS17 V1.0
U = Default setting
SECTION [001] : General Options
Option
OFF
ON
[1]
Tamper Recognition
U Disabled N Enabled
[2]
Battery Charge Current
U 350mA
N 850mA
[3]
PGM Deactivation After
U Deactiva- N PGM Timer
[4]
PGM Base Time
U 1 second N 1 minute
A 40VA transformer is required when selecting the 850mA
battery charge current. Using a 20VA transformer with a
battery charge current of 850mA may damage the system.
tion Event
[5] to [8] Future Use
Section
N N/A
N N/A
Data
Description
Default
[002]
__/__/__ (000 to 255 x 1 minute; 000 = Instant)
AC failure report delay
000
[003]
__/__/__ (000 to 255; refer to option [4] in section [001])
PGM Timer
005
Event Group
Section
Feature Group
Section
Start #
Section
End #
Section
PGM Activation
[004]
__/__/__
[005]
__/__/__
[006]
__/__/__
[007]
__/__/__
PGM Deactivation
[008]
__/__/__
[009]
__/__/__
[010]
__/__/__
[011]
__/__/__
Refer to Appendix 1: Programming PGMs on page 41 for the PGM Table. Only Event Groups 000 to 055 can be used to program the
module’s PGM.
Section
[020]
Description
Test PGM: Activates the PGM for 8 seconds to verify if the PGM is functioning properly.
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Module Connection Drawings
Module Connection Overview
Figure 1: Connecting the Combus
Figure 3: Connecting a 50mA PGM Output
Some modules’ PGM output is comprised of one 50mA output.
Connect the PGM output as shown below.
Module
Module
Digiplex control panel
(DGP-848/DGP-NE96)
Combus
Figure 2: Connecting a 5A PGM Output
Module LED Indications
Some modules’ PGM output(s) are comprised of one or
more 5A relays. Connect the PGM output as shown below.
For the external power supply, we recommend the DGP2PS17 Power Supply Module.
Green LOCATE LED (sometimes seen as LOC or LC):
Power Up: Remains illuminated during power up.
PGM
5A
Relay
Locate: If the LED flashes fast during normal operation, it is receiving a “locate”
request from the control panel. Depending on the module, the “locate” request can
be disabled by pressing on the tamper switch or on the “Disable Locate” switch.
Red WATCHDOG LED (sometimes seen as WDG, WTDG or WD):
Status: Flashes to indicate proper operation.
Communication Failure:
If both the LOCATE and WATCHDOG LEDs are alternately flashing, the module is
experiencing a communication failure with the control panel.
Green BATT LED (DGP2-ACM1P and DGP2-PS17 only):
Charging and battery test LED (every 60 seconds).
External Power
Supply
Green RX LED (MG-RCV3 only):
Flashing: The printer module is transmitting data through the serial port.
Green PULSE LED (APR-ADM2 only):
Will illuminate whenever the APR3-ADM2 is using its dialer. The PULSE LED will
remain illuminated for the whole duration that the dialer is being used.
Any device such as a garage
door, light or siren.
General Warnings
Remove AC and battery power from the control panel before
connecting the module to the combus.
Refer to the appropriate control panel’s Reference & Installation
Manual for the maximum allowable installation distance from the
control panel.
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Grafica Graphic LCD Keypad Module (DNE-K07)
Mounting the Metal Wall Plate
1) Place the wall plate to
desired position.
2) Drill and insert screws into
holes labelled “A”.
Please Note: The Grafica keypad is best viewed at
an angle between 20° and -10°.
Please Note: Grafica’s
keypad cover requires
a minimum clearance
of 9cm (3.5in).
Mounting Grafica to the Wall
Plate
1) Place Grafica’s back plate
flush against the mounted
metal wall plate.
2) Slide Grafica’s open slots
labelled “D” onto the metal
wall plate’s tabs labelled “B”.
3) Gently apply downward
pressure to snap Grafica onto
the metal wall plate.
4) If necessary, insert an
optional screw in the space
provided on the metal wall
plate’s left tab.
B
A
To other
modules
Combus
Grafica (partial view)
To Digiplex control panel
(DGP-848/DGP-NE96)
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LCD Keypad Module (DGP2-641/BL/R/RB)
48-Zone LED Keypad Module (DGP2-648)
LCD Keypad (DGP2-641/BL/R/RB)
LED Keypad (DGP2-648)
Memory Key Connector
Combus
Combus
To Digiplex
control panel
(DGP-848 or
DGP-NE96)
To Digiplex
control panel
(DGP-848 or
DGP-NE96)
Please Note: The keypad’s
anti-tamper switch will
communicate its status to the
control panel via the combus.
Door Contact
* The keypad’s zone
follows the control
panel’s EOL definition.
The zone speed is set at
600mS and cannot be
programmed.
Door Contact
Please Note: The keypad’s
anti-tamper switch will
communicate its status to the
control panel via the combus.
* The keypad’s zone
follows the control
panel’s EOL definition.
The zone speed is set at
600mS and cannot be
programmed.
DGP2-641R/RB Access Control Connections
DGP2-641R
DGP2-641R
If a door contact is not being used, install a
jumper or a 1k9 resistor across the BLK and Z1
terminals depending on the control panel’s EOL
definition.
If the REX (Request for Exit) device is not being
used, place a jumper across the BLK and Z2
terminals.
Fused external power
supply (recommended)
No EOL
required for Z2.
Door Lock
IN4007
Diode
Paradoor (460)
Request to Exit device.
Must be connected to Z2
terminal.
DGP2-641R
Door Contact
Must be connected
to Z1 terminal.
* Follows control panel’s EOL definition.
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Annunciator Module (DGP2-ANC1)
Use a knife to cut away two holes approximately 75mm from the Annuciator’s
back plate. Cut a square in front of the guide clip (A) and at the top of the rim
(B). Dotted lines indicate cutting lines.
Remove B from any Annunciator that will have additional modules
stacked on top of it as shown in Figure 3 (below). Uppermost
Annunciators such as module 3 in Figure 3 or stand-alone modules do
not require the removal of B.
Remove the plastic square from keypad’s top back plate E.
Connect wires to keypad or combus terminals.
Connect wires using A, B and the
guide clip on the Annunciator’s back
plate as shown in Figure 1 (above).
When the control panel’s locate
function is enabled, the first row of
green LEDs will flash.
Outdoor High-Security Digital Motion Detector Module (DG85)
PCB HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
The DG85 is designed for optimal performance at a height of 2.1m (7ft), but can be installed lower or higher. After you have installed the detector, ensure
that the PCB Height Markings match the installation height. The installation height is measured from the ground to the base of DG85's cover.
For example, if the motion detector is installed at a height of 2.1m (7ft), the PCB should then be adjusted to 2.1m (7ft). To adjust the PCB height, remove
the PCB screw and align the PCB Height Tab with the desired height marking on the PCB.
WARNING: Ensure that the unit’s front and back cover are tightly joined together, without any spacing around the rim of the unit, before tightening the
screw. Otherwise the weatherproof casing may be compromised and moisture may enter the unit.
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Motion Detector Modules (DGP2-50/60/70)
Addressable Digital
Motion Detectors
(DGP2-50/60)
Addressable High-Security
Motion Detectors
(DGP2-70)
PCB Height Adjustment
DGP2-50/60/70 is designed for optimal performance at a
height of 2.1m (7ft), but can be installed lower or higher. After
you have installed the motion detector, ensure that the PCB
Height Markings match the installation height. The installation
height is measured from the ground to the base of the motion
detector's cover.
For example, if the motion detector is installed at a height of
2.1m (7ft), the PCB should then be adjusted to 2.1m (7ft). To
adjust the PCB height, remove the PCB screw and align the
PCB Height Tab with the desired height marking on the PCB.
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Magellan Wireless Expansion Module (MG-RCV3)
Anti-Tamper Switch
The anti-tamper switch can also be used to
disable a "Locate" request coming from the
control panel.
“PROGRAM” Button: Not used
For information on the Magellan Wireless
Receiver Module’s LEDs, refer to Module LED
Indications on page 30.
Refer to Module Connection Overview on
page 30 for information on how to connect the
Magellan Wireless Receiver Module to the
combus (Figure 1) and its PGM outputs
(Figure 2). Before commencing with the
connections, please read the General
Warnings listed on page 30.
PGM4 is optional.
4-PGM Expansion Module (APR3-PGM4)
Refer to Module Connection
Overview on page 30 for information
on how to connect the 4-PGM Output
Module to the combus (Figure 1) and
how to connect its PGM outputs
(Figure 2). Before commencing with
the connections, please read the
General Warnings listed on page 30.
For information on the 4-PGM Output Module’s LEDs, refer to Module LED
Indications on page 30.
1-PGM Expansion Module (APR3-PGM1)
Refer to Module Connection Overview on page 30 for
information on how to connect the 1-PGM Output Module to the
combus (Figure 1) and how to connect its PGM output (Figure
2). Before commencing with the connections, please read the
General Warnings listed on page 30.
For information on the 1-PGM Output
Module’s LEDs, refer to Module LED
Indications on page 30.
8-Zone Expansion Module (APR3-ZX8)
External
AntiTamper
Switch
(N.C.)
For information on the 8zone Hardwire Module’s
LEDs, refer to Module
LED Indications on
page 30.
Input terminal Z8 can be used as an antitamper switch input Option [1]: Section [001]
Pressing the "Disable
Locate" switch will disable a
"Locate" request coming from
the control panel.
Refer to Module Connection Overview on
page 30 for information on how to connect the
8-zone Hardwire Module to the combus
(Figure 1) and how to connect its PGM output
(Figure 3). Before commencing with the
connections, please read the General
Warnings listed on page 30.
Connect the detection devices to the APR3-ZX8
input terminals exactly as shown in the
appropriate control panel Reference & Installation
Manual.
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4-zone Expansion Module (APR3-ZX4)
For information on the 4-zone Hardwire
Module’s LEDs, refer to Module LED
Indications on page 30.
A "Locate" request coming from the
control panel can be disabled by pressing
the "Disable Locate" switch.
Refer to Module Connection Overview on page 30
for information on how to connect the 4-zone
Hardwire Module to the combus (Figure 1). Before
commencing with the connections, please read the
General Warnings listed on page 30.
External
AntiTamper
Switch
(N.C.)
Connect the detection devices to the APR3ZX4 input terminals exactly as shown in the
appropriate control panel Reference &
Installation Manual.
Input terminal Z4 can be used as
an anti-tamper switch input Option
[1]: Section [001].
One-zone Expansion Module (DGP2-ZX1)
N.C., With EOL
Refer to the appropriate control panel Reference
& Installation Manual for additional configurations.
The DGP2-ZX1 follows the ATZ and EOL
definitions set in the control panel.
For information on the Onezone Hardwire Module’s
LEDs, refer to Module LED
Indications on page 30.
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Standard
Detector
Refer to Module Connection Overview on
page 30 for information on how to connect the
One-zone Hardwire Module to the combus
(Figure 1). Before commencing with the
connections, please read the General Warnings
listed on page 30.
Anti-Tamper Switch
Pressing the anti-tamper switch can
also be used to disengage “Locate”.
Printer Module (APR3-PRT1)
For information on the Printer
Module’s LEDs, refer to Module LED
Indications on page 30.
Refer to Module Connection Overview on page 30 for
information on how to connect the Printer Module to
the combus (Figure 1) and its PGM output (Figure 3).
Before commencing with the connections, please
read the General Warnings listed on page 30.
InTouch Voice-Assisted Arm/Disarm Module (APR3-ADM2)
For information on the InTouch Voiceassisted Arm/Disarm Module’s LEDs,
refer to Module LED Indications on
page 30.
Refer to Module Connection
Overview on page 30 for
information on how to connect
the InTouch Voice-assisted Arm/
Disarm Module to the combus
(Figure 1) and its PGM output
(Figure 2). Before commencing
with the connections, please
read the General Warnings listed
on page 30.
Digiplex Dialer
Digiplex Modules Programming Guide - 37
Access Control Module (DGP2-ACM1P)
For information on the Access Control Module’s LEDs,
refer to Module LED Indications on page 30.
Refer to Module Connection Overview on page 30 for
information on how to connect the Access Control
Module’s PGM output (Figure 3). Before commencing
with the connections, please read the General Warnings
listed on page 30.
Caution:
Disconnect
battery before
replacing fuse.
If you are not using the DGP2-ACM1P’s on-board
power supply, connect the “red” of the combus to
the “aux+” in order to power the module. Please
note that in such cases, the DGP2-ACM1P is
powered by the combus. Connect the devices to
either the DGP2-ACM1P’s auxiliary output (aux) or
to an external power supply. Also, if the on-board
power supply is not being used, you must disable
DGP2-ACM1P’s AC and Battery Supervision
feature (refer to page 26).
Digiplex
Control
Panel
Rechargeable
Battery
YUASA model
#NP7-12 UL/ULC
12Vdc/4Ah
12Vdc Power Supply
Output
To power REX, door
contact and door lock
(see Inset 1)
Connecting a Routing Cable
When using the onboard power supply,
the 12Vdc power
supply output will
automatically shut
down if the current
exceeds 1.1A (see
Inset 1).
Connecting the External Negative Trigger
See Inset 1
Routing Cable
The external negative trigger can be connected to either the PGM output
of the control panel or module or to a push button. Once connected, either
the programmed event or the pressing of the push button will send a
signal to the external negative trigger and open the door lock.
Do not use twisted pairs
or twisted cables for the
routing cable.
Splice all
cables here
PosiProx
CR-R880-A
Reader
Cable
PGM output from
control panel or
another module
Push Button
If a routing cable is required to connect the reader to the
module, the routing cable must be shielded. Do not connect
the shield wires together at the reader cable splice. With the
shield wire already terminated at the reader, simply terminate
the shield at the module. Do not connect the shield to the
black wire at the reader cable splice.
Also supports
the PosiPIN
PIN &
Proximity
Reader (CRR885-BL)
Connecting Access Control Devices to the DGP2-ACM1P
* = Follows control panel’s EOL
definition.
** = If the door contact is not used,
install a jumper or a 1kW resistor
across the AUX- and CT
terminals depending on the
control panel’s EOL definition.
*** = If the Request for Exit device is
not used, place a jumper across
the AUX- and REX terminals.
Door Contact
When connecting the diode to the door
lock, be sure to connect the cathode of
the diode to the positive (+) voltage and
the anode to the negative (-) voltage.
Must be connected to
CT terminal**
Door Lock
See Inset 1.
Paradoor 460
Request to Exit device must be connected to REX terminal***
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Power Supply Module (DGP2-PS17)
For information on the
Power Supply Module’s
LEDs, refer to Module
LED Indications on
page 30.
Caution:
Disconnect
battery before
replacing the
fuse.
Control Panel
(DGP-848/DGP-NE96)
Improper connection of the transformer
may result in damage to the system.
The 12Vdc power supply output will automatically shut down if the current exceeds 1.1A.
A 40VA transformer is required when selecting the 850mA battery charge current. Using a 20VA
transformer with a battery charge current of 850mA may damage the system.
Refer to Module Connection Overview on page 30 for information on how to connect the Power Supply
Module’s PGM output (Figure 2). Before commencing with the connections, please read the General Warnings
listed on page 30.
Door Contact Module (DGP2-ZC1)
For information on the
Addressable Door Contact’s
LEDs, refer to Module LED
Indications on page 30.
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Hub and Bus Isolator Module (APR3-HUB2)
From other modules or a
Spectra or Digiplex control panel
To other
combus
modules
To other
combus
modules
Power supply with
dedicated transformer
Power supply with
dedicated transformer
To other
combus
modules
To other
combus
modules
Power supply with
dedicated transformer
Power supply with
dedicated transformer
The APR3-HUB2 is non-addressable, therefore you can connect an unlimited amount of hubs to the
combus without affecting the total number of modules supported by the control panel.
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Appendix 1: Programming PGMS
A PGM is a programmable output that toggles to its opposite state (i.e. a normally open PGM will close) when a specific event occurs in the system. For
example, a PGM can be used to reset smoke detectors, activate strobe lights, open/close garage doors and much more. When a PGM closes, the module
supplies a ground to the PGM (transistor PGM), or the link between N.C. and COM is established (Relay PGM), which activates any device or relay
connected to it. When a PGM opens, the circuit opens from ground (transistor PGM), or the link between N.O. and COM is established, therefore no power
is provided to the devices connected to it.
PGM Activation Event
The PGM Activation Event determines which event from what source will activate the PGM. The Event Group specifies the event, the Feature Group
identifies the source, and the Start # and End # sets the range within the Feature Group (see PGM Programming Table below).
For example, the APR3-PGM4 (See 4-PGM Expansion Module on page 16) can activate PGM1 when the partition is armed by User Access Codes 256 to
260. Therefore:
Event Group section [004] = 010 “Arming with User Code”
Feature Group section [005] = 001 “User Codes 256 to 511”
Start # section [006] = 000 (representing user code 256)
End # section [007] = 004 (representing user code 260)
Enter the sections that correspond to the Event Group, Feature Group, Start # and End # of the desired PGM and enter the data as required.
PGM Deactivation Option
Once the PGMs are activated, they can deactivate when another event occurs or after a period of time. The PGM Deactivation Option determines which
method is used, the PGM Deactivation Event or the PGM Timer. Enter the section that corresponds to the desired PGM and enable or disable the option.
PGM Deactivation Event
When the PGM Deactivation Option (see above) is disabled, the PGM Deactivation Event determines which event from what source will return the PGM to
its original state. The Event Group specifies the event, the Feature Group identifies the source, and the Start # and End # determine the range within the
Feature Group. The complete PGM Programming Table appears below.
For example, the APR3-PGM4 (See 4-PGM Expansion Module on page 16) can deactivate PGM1 when zone 3 opens. Therefore:
Event Group section [008] = 001 “Zone is Open”
Feature Group section [009] = 000 “Zone Numbers”
Start # section [010] = 003
End # section [011] = 003
Enter the sections that correspond to the Event Group, Feature Group, Start # and End # of the desired PGM and enter the data as required.
PGM Programming Table
Event Group
Feature Group
Start #
End #
PGM Activation Event
PGM
__/__/__
__/__/__
__/__/__
__/__/__
PGM Deactivation Event
PGM
__/__/__
__/__/__
__/__/__
__/__/__
Event Group
Event
000
Zone is OK
001
Zone is Open
002
Zone is Tampered
003
Zone is in Fire Loop Trouble
004
Non-reportable Event
Feature Group
000
255 = any Zone #
000
Feature
Zone Numbers
Start #
End #
001 to 096
001 to 096
001 to 096
001 to 096
001 to 096
001 to 096
001 to 096
001 to 096
TLM Trouble (see NOTE 3 on page 46)
000
000
Smoke detector reset
001
001
Arm with no entry delay
002
002
Arm in Stay mode
003
003
Arm in Away mode
004
004
Full arm when in Stay mode
005
005
Voice module access
006
006
Remote control access
007
007
PC Fail to communicate
008
008
Midnight
009
009
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Event Group
004 (cont’d)
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
Event
Non-reportable Event
User Code entered on Keypad
User/Card Access on door
Bypass Programming Access
TX Delay Zone Alarm
Arming with Master
Arming with User Code
Arming with Keyswitch
Feature Group
000
013
014
Disarm with User Code
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End #
010
010
NEware User Logout
011
011
User Initiated Callup
012
012
Force Answer
013
013
Force Hangup
014
014
Any non-reportable event
Not Used
Not Used
000
User Codes 000 to 255
000 to 255
000 to 255
001
User Codes 256 to 511
000 to 255
000 to 255
002
User Codes 512 to 767
000 to 255
000 to 255
003
User Codes 768 to 999
000 to 231
000 to 231
255
Any User Code
Not Used
Not Used
000
Door Numbers
001 to 032
001 to 032
255
Any door number
Not Used
Not Used
000
One-touch Bypass Programming
000
000
001 to 255
000
User Codes 001 to 255
001 to 255
001
User Codes 256 to 511
000 to 255
000 to 255
002
User Codes 512 to 767
000 to 255
000 to 255
003
User Codes 768 to 999
000 to 231
000 to 231
255
Any User Code
Not Used
Not Used
000
Zone Numbers
001 to 096
001 to 096
255
Any zone number
Not Used
Not Used
000
User Codes 001 to 255
001 to 255
001 to 255
001
User Codes 256 to 511
000 to 255
000 to 255
002
User Codes 512 to 767
000 to 255
000 to 255
003
User Codes 768 to 999
000 to 231
000 to 231
255
Any User Code
Not Used
Not Used
000
User Codes 001 to 255
001 to 255
001 to 255
001
User Codes 256 to 511
000 to 255
000 to 255
002
User Codes 512 to 767
000 to 255
000 to 255
003
User Codes 768 to 999
000 to 231
000 to 231
255
Any User Code
Not Used
Not Used
000
Keyswitch numbers
001 to 032
001 to 032
255
Any keyswitch number
Not Used
Not Used
Auto Arming
000
000
Arming by WinLoad
001
001
Late to Close
002
002
No Movement Arming
003
003
Partial Arming
004
004
One-touch Arming
005
005
Future Use
006
006
Future Use
007
007
(InTouch) Voice Module Arming
008
008
Special Arming
Disarm with Master
Start #
255
000
012
Feature
NEware User Login
255
Any special arming event
Not Used
Not Used
000
User Codes 001 to 255
001 to 255
001 to 255
001
User Codes 256 to 511
000 to 255
000 to 255
002
User Codes 512 to 767
000 to 255
000 to 255
000 to 231
003
User Codes 768 to 999
000 to 231
255
Any User Code
Not Used
Not Used
000
User Codes 001 to 255
001 to 255
001 to 255
001
User Codes 256 to 511
000 to 255
000 to 255
002
User Codes 512 to 767
000 to 255
000 to 255
003
User Codes 768 to 999
000 to 231
000 to 231
255
Any User Code
Not Used
Not Used
Event Group
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
Event
Disarm with Keyswitch
Disarm after alarm with Master
Disarm after alarm with User Code
Disarm after alarm with Keyswitch
Alarm Cancelled with Master
Alarm Cancelled with User Code
Alarm Cancelled with Keyswitch
Special Disarm Events
Feature Group
Feature
Start #
End #
000
Keyswitch numbers
001 to 032
001 to 032
255
Any keyswitch
Not Used
Not Used
000
User Codes 001 to 255
001 to 255
001 to 255
001
User Codes 256 to 511
000 to 255
000 to 255
002
User Codes 512 to 767
000 to 255
000 to 255
003
User Codes 768 to 999
000 to 231
000 to 231
255
Any User Code
Not Used
Not Used
000
User Codes 001 to 255
001 to 255
001 to 255
001
User Codes 256 to 511
000 to 255
000 to 255
002
User Codes 512 to 767
000 to 255
000 to 255
003
User Codes 768 to 999
000 to 231
000 to 231
255
Any User Code
Not Used
Not Used
000
Keyswitch numbers
001 to 032
001 to 032
255
Any keyswitch
Not Used
Not Used
000
User Codes 001 to 255
001 to 255
001 to 255
001
User Codes 256 to 511
000 to 255
000 to 255
002
User Codes 512 to 767
000 to 255
000 to 255
003
User Codes 768 to 999
000 to 231
000 to 231
255
Any User Code
Not Used
Not Used
000
User Codes 001 to 255
001 to 255
001 to 255
001
User Codes 256 to 511
000 to 255
000 to 255
002
User Codes 512 to 767
000 to 255
000 to 255
003
User Codes 768 to 999
000 to 231
000 to 231
255
Any User Code
Not Used
Not Used
000
Keyswitch numbers
001 to 032
001 to 032
255
Any keyswitch
Not Used
Not Used
000
000
255
Auto Arm Cancelled
000
One-touch Stay/Instant Disarm
001
001
Disarming with WinLoad
002
002
Disarming with WinLoad after alarm
003
003
WinLoad cancelled alarm
004
004
Future Use
005
005
Future Use
006
006
Future Use
007
007
(InTouch) Voice Module Disarming
008
008
Any special disarm event
Not Used
Not Used
023
Zone Bypassed
001 to 096
001 to 096
024
Zone in Alarm
001 to 096
001 to 096
000
255 = any zone #
Zone Numbers
025
Fire Alarm
001 to 096
001 to 096
026
Zone Alarm Restore
001 to 096
001 to 096
027
Fire Alarm Restore
001 to 096
001 to 096
User Codes 001 to 255
001 to 255
001 to 255
001
User Codes 256 to 511
000 to 255
000 to 255
002
User Codes 512 to 767
000 to 255
000 to 255
003
User Codes 768 to 999
000 to 231
000 to 231
255
Any User Code
Not Used
Not Used
000
User Codes 001 to 255
001 to 255
001 to 255
001
User Codes 256 to 511
000 to 255
000 to 255
002
User Codes 512 to 767
000 to 255
000 to 255
003
User Codes 768 to 999
000 to 231
000 to 231
255
Any User Code
Not Used
Not Used
000
028
029
Early to Disarm by User
Late to Disarm by User
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Event Group
030
031
Event
Special Alarm
Duress Alarm by User
032
Zone Shutdown
033
Zone Tamper
034
Zone Tamper Restore
035
Special Tamper
036
Trouble Event
Feature Group
000
Trouble Restore
Module Trouble
Module Trouble Restore
001
001
Fire Panic (Keys 7 & 9)
002
002
Recent Closing
003
003
Police Code
004
004
Global Shutdown
005
005
Not Used
Not Used
User Codes 001 to 255
001 to 255
001 to 255
001
User Codes 256 to 511
001 to 255
001 to 255
002
User Codes 512 to 767
001 to 255
001 to 255
003
User Codes 768 to 999
001 to 231
001 to 231
255
Any User Code
Not Used
Not Used
001 to 096
001 to 096
001 to 096
001 to 096
000
255 = any zone #
Zone Numbers
001 to 096
001 to 096
000
Keypad Lockout
000
000
TLM Trouble (see NOTE 2 on page 46)
000
000
AC Failure
001
001
000
000
000
000
255
44 - Digiplex Modules Programming Guide
000
Medical Panic (Keys 4 & 6)
Any special alarm event
255
039
End #
000
255
255
038
Start #
000
255
037
Feature
Emergency Panic (Keys 1 & 3)
Battery Failure
002
002
Auxiliary Current Limit
003
003
Bell Current Limit
004
004
Bell Absent
005
005
006
Clock Trouble
006
Global Fire Loop
007
007
Any trouble event
Not Used
Not Used
TLM Trouble
000
000
001
AC Failure
001
Battery Failure
002
002
Auxiliary Current Limit
003
003
Bell Current Limit
004
004
Bell Absent
005
005
Clock Trouble
006
006
Global Fire Loop
007
007
Any trouble restore event
Not Used
Not Used
Combus Fault
000
000
Module Tamper
001
001
ROM/RAM error
002
002
TLM Trouble
003
003
Fail to Communicate
004
004
Printer Fault
005
005
AC Failure
006
006
Battery Failure
007
007
Auxiliary Failure
008
008
Any module trouble
Not Used
Not Used
Combus Fault
000
000
Module Tamper
001
001
ROM/RAM error
002
002
TLM Trouble
003
003
Fail to Communicate
004
004
Printer Fault
005
005
AC Failure
006
006
Battery Failure
007
007
Auxiliary Failure
008
008
Any module trouble restore event
Not Used
Not Used
Event Group
Event
Feature Group
Feature
Start #
End #
040
Fail to Communicate on telephone
Number
000
Telephone Number
001 to 004
001 to 004
255
Any telephone number
Not Used
Not Used
041
Low Battery on Zone
001 to 096
001 to 096
042
Zone Supervision Trouble
001 to 096
001 to 096
043
Low Battery on Zone Restored
001 to 096
001 to 096
044
Zone Supervision Trouble Restored
001 to 096
001 to 096
045
046
047
Special Events
Early to Arm by User
Late to Arm by User
000
255 = any Zone #
000
Power up after total power down
000
000
Software reset (Watchdog)
001
001
Test Report
002
002
Future Use
003
003
WinLoad In (connected)
004
004
WinLoad Out (disconnected)
005
005
Installer in programming
006
006
Installer out of programming
007
007
255
Any special event
Not Used
Not Used
000
User Codes 001 to 255
001 to 255
001 to 255
001
User Codes 256 to 511
000 to 255
000 to 255
002
User Codes 512 to 767
000 to 255
000 to 255
003
User Codes 768 to 999
000 to 231
000 to 231
255
Any User Code
Not Used
Not Used
000
User Codes 001 to 255
001 to 255
001 to 255
001
User Codes 256 to 511
000 to 255
000 to 255
002
User Codes 512 to 767
000 to 255
000 to 255
003
User Codes 768 to 999
000 to 231
000 to 231
255
Any User Code
Not Used
Not Used
001 to 064
001 to 064
Not Used
Not Used
000
048
Zone Numbers
Utility Key
255
Utility Key 001 to 064
Any Utility
†*
Key†*
049
Request for Exit
001 to 032
001 to 032
050
Access Denied
001 to 032
001 to 032
051
Door Left Open Alarm
001 to 032
001 to 032
052
Door Forced Alarm
001 to 032
001 to 032
053
Door Left Open Restore
001 to 032
001 to 032
054
Door Forced Open Restore
001 to 032
001 to 032
001 to 096
001 to 096
055
056 to 061
062
063
Intellizone Triggered
Future Use
Access Granted to User
Access Denied to User
†: see page 46
*: see page 46
45 - Digiplex Modules Programming Guide
000
255 = any Door
Number
Door Numbers
000
Zone Numbers
255
Any zone number
Not Used
Not Used
Future Use
Future Use
Future Use
Future Use
000
User Codes 001 to 255
001 to 255
001 to 255
001
User Codes 256 to 511
000 to 255
000 to 255
002
User Codes 512 to 767
000 to 255
000 to 255
003
User Codes 768 to 999
000 to 231
000 to 231
255
Any User Code
Not Used
Not Used
000
User Codes 001 to 255
001 to 255
001 to 255
001
User Codes 256 to 511
000 to 255
000 to 255
002
User Codes 512 to 767
000 to 255
000 to 255
003
User Codes 768 to 999
000 to 231
000 to 231
255
Any User Code
Not Used
Not Used
Event Group
064
065
066
Event
Status 1
Status 2
Status 3
067
Future Use
070
Clock
Feature Group
See Note 1
on page 46
See Note 1
on page 46
See Note 1
on page 46
Future Use
Feature
Start #
Armed
000
End #
000
Force Armed
001
001
Stay Armed
002
002
Instant Armed
003
003
Strobe Alarm
004
004
Silent Alarm
005
005
Audible Alarm
006
006
Fire Alarm
007
007
Ready
000
000
Exit Delay
001
001
002
Entry Delay
002
System in Trouble
003
003
Alarm in Memory
004
004
Zones Bypassed
005
005
Bypass, Master, Installer Programming
006
006
Keypad Lockout
007
007
Intellizone Delay Engaged (see Note 4
on page 46)
000
000
Fire Delay Engaged
001
001
Auto Arm
002
002
Arming with Voice Module (set until
Exit Delay finishes)
003
003
Tamper
004
004
Zone Low Battery
005
005
Fire Loop Trouble
006
006
Zone Supervision Trouble
007
007
Future Use
Future Use
Future Use
Hour
Minutes
N/A
NOTE 1:
000 = Occurs in all partitions enabled in the system (refer to the appropriate control panel Programming Guide).
001 = Partition 1 003 = Partition 3 005 = Partition 5 (DGP-NE96 only) 007 = Partition 7 (DGP-NE96 only)
002 = Partition 2 004 = Partition 4 006 = Partition 6 (DGP-NE96 only) 008 = Partition 8 (DGP-NE96 only)
255 = Occurs in at least one partition enabled in the system.
NOTE 2:
This TLM trouble event can only be used with DGP-NE96 control panels that have two dialers.
NOTE 3:
This TLM trouble event can only be used with DGP-848 control panels or DGP-NE96 control panels that have one dialer.
NOTE 4:
This event cannot be used for a module’s PGM programming.
*:
If a Keyswitch Input is used, the input must be defined as “Generates a Utility Key Event on Open” or “Generates a Utility Key Event on Open
and Close”. If a remote control is used, the remote control button must be defined as a Utility Key button.
†
Actions that Activate a Utility Key Event:
:
Actions
Utility Key Event
Keypad Utility Keys
Keyswitch Inputs
(definition = [3])
Keyswitch Inputs
(definition = [4])
Remote Control
Utility Key Event 1
[1] & [2]
KS** Input 1 opens
KS** Input 1 opens
Utility Key 1 RC button‡
Utility Key Event 2
[4] & [5]
KS** Input 2 opens
KS** Input 1 closes
Utility Key 2 RC button‡
Utility Key Event 3
[7] & [8]
KS** Input 3 opens
KS** Input 2 opens
Utility Key 3 RC button‡
Utility Key Event 4
[CLEAR] & [0] or [*] & [0]
KS** Input 4 opens
KS** Input 2 closes
Utility Key 4 RC button‡
Utility Key Event 5
[2] & [3]
KS** Input 5 opens
KS** Input 3 opens
Utility Key 5 RC button‡
Utility Key Event 6
[5] & [6]
KS** Input 6 opens
KS** Input 3 closes
N/A
Utility Key Event 7
[8] & [9]
KS** Input 7 opens
KS** Input 4 opens
N/A
Utility Key Event 8
[0] & [ENTER] or [0] & [#]
KS** Input 8 opens
KS** Input 4 closes
N/A
Utility Key Event 9
N/A
KS** Input 9 opens
KS** Input 5 opens
N/A
Utility Key Event 10
N/A
KS** Input 10 opens
KS** Input 5 closes
N/A
Utility Key Event 11
N/A
KS** Input 11 opens
KS** Input 6 opens
N/A
Utility Key Event 12
N/A
KS** Input 12 opens
KS** Input 6 closes
N/A
Actions
Utility Key Event
Keypad Utility Keys
Keyswitch Inputs
(definition = [3])
Keyswitch Inputs
(definition = [4])
Remote Control
Utility Key Event 13
N/A
Utility Key Event 14
N/A
KS** Input 13 opens
KS** Input 7 opens
N/A
KS** Input 14 opens
KS** Input 7 closes
Utility Key Event 15
N/A
N/A
KS** Input 15 opens
KS** Input 8 opens
N/A
Utility Key Event 16
N/A
KS** Input 16 opens
KS** Input 8 closes
N/A
Utility Key Event 17
N/A
KS** Input 17 opens
KS** Input 9 opens
N/A
Utility Key Event 18
N/A
KS** Input 18 opens
KS** Input 9 closes
N/A
L
N/A
L
L
N/A
Utility Key Event 31
N/A
KS** Input 31 opens
KS** Input 16 opens
N/A
Utility Key Event 32
N/A
KS** Input 32 opens
KS** Input 16 closes
N/A
Utility Key Event 33
N/A
N/A
KS** Input 17 opens
N/A
Utility Key Event 34
N/A
N/A
KS** Input 17 closes
N/A
L
N/A
N/A
L
N/A
Utility Key Event 63
N/A
N/A
KS** Input 32 opens
N/A
Utility Key Event 64
N/A
N/A
KS** Input 32 closes
N/A
** Keyswitch
‡ Refer
to the Magellan™ Reference and Installation Manual for remote control button programming instructions.
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