Elite Suite ELT-KLED Installation manual

ELT-KLED
EliteSuite LED Keypad
Installation Manual
ELT-KLED EliteSuite Installation Manual
PUBLICATION INFORMATION
First Publication
Draft Document Release Only
Updated fire zone information
Second Publication
Option Menu Navigation Updated
Card Reader Interface Options Added
Third Publication
Slave Keypad Options Added
Slave mode Zone Wiring Diagrams Added
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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ....................................................1
Hardware Compatibility ..................................................................................... 1
WIRING CONFIGURATION ....................................2
Introduction .................................................................................................... 2
Keypad Wire Loom Colour Coding ....................................................................... 2
Communication Connection ............................................................................... 3
Zone Input Wiring ............................................................................................ 4
Fire Zone Input Wiring ...................................................................................... 5
Slave Keypad Zone Wiring ................................................................................. 6
PGM (Programmable Output) ............................................................................. 7
Slave Reader Network....................................................................................... 8
Slave Keypad Network ...................................................................................... 9
Indicator Lights................................................................................................ 10
Binary Number Display ..................................................................................... 10
DEVICE CONFIGURATION ...................................11
Device Configuration Mode Access ...................................................................... 11
Address Selection ([MENU] , [1])........................................................................ 11
Device Options ([MENU] , [2]) ........................................................................... 12
Device Default ([MENU] , [3]) ............................................................................ 12
LOCAL INSTALLER LOGIN ...................................12
Introduction .................................................................................................... 13
TIMING (MENU 1)...............................................14
Entry Delay Timer ([MENU] [1], [1]) ................................................................... 14
Exit Delay Timer (Menu 1, 2) ............................................................................. 14
Alarm/Siren (Menu 1, 3) ................................................................................... 15
Reader Pre-Alarm Timer (Menu 1, 4)................................................................... 16
Reader Left Open Timer (Menu 1, 5) ................................................................... 16
OPTIONS (MENU 2) ............................................17
General Options (Menu 2, 1).............................................................................. 17
Arming Options (Menu 2, 2)............................................................................... 19
Reporting Options (Menu 2, 3) ........................................................................... 20
Panic Options (Menu 2, 4) ................................................................................. 22
ZONES (MENU 3) ................................................24
Selecting a Zone .............................................................................................. 24
Zone Type....................................................................................................... 24
Zone Options................................................................................................... 25
CONTACT ............................................................27
Contact........................................................................................................... 27
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INTRODUCTION
This document details the wiring configuration of the EliteSuite
condominium control keypad and installer programming functions.
Hardware Compatibility
This manual is written for hardware verison 208-4125-020 or
higher and covers firmware application 1.00. This firmware
communicates with a EliteSuite enabled Protégé System
Controller firmware version 1.06 or above.
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WIRING CONFIGURATION
Introduction
The wiring structure of the EliteSuite keypad uses an encrypted
RS485 communication interface. Connections should be made in a
daisy chain configuration, avoiding star and stub connections.
Figure 1 - Condominium Keypad Communication
Keypad Wire Loom Colour Coding
The condominium keypads are supplied with a wire loom attachment
and are connected using a keyed 10 position snap lock connector.
The 10 way wiring loom connection uses the following colour coding.
Figure 2 - Wire Loom Colour Coding and Function
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Communication Connection
Support for up to 250 keypads per condominium
provided, connection to the system controller uses
communication RS-485 interface. This interface is
interface and requires power to be supplied to the
terminals.
controller is
the network
an isolated
N+ and N-
Figure 3 - Wire Loom Colour Coding and Function
When using more than one PSU to supply multiple wiring runs
of condominium keypads only connect the +12 output of ONE
power supply unit to the N+ and N- terminals of the
controller. Each PSU unit should have the common (0V or -)
connected together to ensure a common 0V.
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Zone Input Wiring
The EliteSuite LED Keypad is capable of connecting to 4 zone inputs,
each zone input can then be programmed to perform the required
function in the system.
The following diagrams show each of the zone wiring configuration
settings that are possible. The programmed zone configuration for
the EliteSuite LED Keypad is made in the option settings. Refer to the
General Options Section on Page 17 for the programming of the zone
configuration.
When using a tamper input on a device the tamper contacts
must be normally closed and wired in series.
All resistors required to wire the zone configurations are
provided with the EliteSuite LED Keypad in the accessory bag.
Figure 4 - 2 Zone Input (No Resistors)
Figure 5 - 2 Zone Input (1K and 1K)
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Figure 6 - 4 Zone Input Duplex Mode (1K and 2K4)
Fire Zone Input Wiring
When wiring a zone to be a fire zone input the current programmed
zone options will determine what resistors and configuration is
required, refer to the General Options Section on Page 17 and the
zone configuration diagrams in the Zone Input Wiring Configuration
on Page 4.
Figure 7 - Fire/Smoke Detection Input
When a fire zone is connected to a zone input that is used in
the duplex zone configuration a fire zone fault will NOT BE
shown when the fire zone has a shorted condition as this is
shown as all zones closed. A Fire Loop trouble will be shown
when the zone is tampered.
Fire zones that are installed in duplex mode operation are not
recommended. Fire zones should ALWAYS be connected using
the EOL resistor method (2R) as this provides both open and
short circuit monitoring.
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Slave Keypad Zone Wiring
With one or more slave keypads connected, extra zones beyond the
normal 4 are available on the suite system.
There are 2 options for wiring the zones:
- Duplex mode enabled, 8 zones in total available. This setup
is shown in Error! Reference source not found..
- Standard wiring mode, 6 zones in total available. This setup
is shown in Figure 9.
The choice between the two wiring options will be dependent on the
physical configuration of the sensors and wiring in each installation.
See General Options on page 17 for enabling duplex zones.
Figure 8 - Slave Keypad Duplex Zone Wiring
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Figure 9 - Slave Keypad Standard Zone Wiring
PGM (Programmable Output)
The EliteSuite LED Keypad uses a programmable output (PGM) that
will activate during an alarm condition. This output can be
programmed to either:
- Follow the status of the alarm siren time or the fire alarm setting
- Follow the armed / disarmed status of the keypad.
Connect a relay or other interface device to this open collector output
for activation of ancillary devices. The behaviour of this output can
also be inverted in the programming, see the General Options section
0 for details on PGM programming.
Figure 10 - LED Indicator Output
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Slave Reader Network
The EliteSuite LED Keypad is capable of controlling a slave network of
up to 8 proximity card reader devices from the following range:
- PRX-NANO Nano Prox Small Form Factor Proximity Card Reader
- PRX-VARIO Vario Prox Flush Mount Proximity Card Reader
Each slave reader device communicates with the keypad via a PRX-SAM
Standalone Module Board. This module also allows control of an
electronic lock device with the onboard relay.
Figure 11 - Slave Reader Network Wiring To SAM
Module
For further information regarding wiring of the Reader device and the
Stand Alone Modules, please refer to the PRX-SAM Stand Alone
Module Installation Manual, provided with your SAM board or from
www.integratedcontroltechnology.com.
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Slave Keypad Network
The EliteSuite LED Keypad is capable of controlling a slave network of
up to 4 other EliteSuite Keypads in Slave Mode (see Device Options
for configuration).
Each slave reader device communicates with the keypad via
connection of their primary network lines to the secondary network
lines of the master keypad, as shown below. Note that the Slave
Reader Network Enabled option must be OFF to allow use of the
slave keypad network.
Figure 12 – Slave Keypad Wiring to Master Keypad
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Indicator Lights
The EliteSuite™ LED keypad features three status indicator lights showing
the condition of the EliteSuite™ Security System.
Bypass
Install
Message
Power/Trouble
Ready Indicator
Armed/Alarm
Figure 13 - Indicator Lights
Binary Number Display
The EliteSuite™ LED keypad displays programming information such as
timers and addresses using the 8 Zone LED’s. The Zone LED’s will be lit in
binary mode, meaning that you must add the place value of each LED
together to obtain the programmed value. The place values are shown in
the table below:
ZONE LED
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4
Zone 5
Zone 6
Zone 7
Zone 8
VALUE
128
64
32
16
8
4
2
1
Binary Number Display Example
64
+
2
+ 1
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DEVICE CONFIGURATION
Device Configuration Mode Access
Before the EliteSuite LED Keypad module will communicate it must
be assigned an address and programmed with specific options as to
how it will operate. This is achieved by accessing the device
configuration menu.
The device configuration menu can only be accessed in the
FIRST 2 SECONDS when the device powers up. It is not able
to be accessed when the system is operational.
To gain access to the device configuration menu, apply power to the
device, and within the first 2 seconds after the four beep tone is
heard, press the [CLEAR] key, followed by the [ENTER] key.
The INSTALL LED will then be lit to notify that device configuration
mode has been entered. You can then press the key corresponding to
the menu required from the following list.
Address Selection ([MENU] , [1])
The address selection sets the address of the EliteSuite LED Keypad,
this address must be a unique address on the system from 1 to 250.
Enter the address with the following keypress sequence:
[MENU] , [1] , [ADDRESS 1] , [ADDRESS 2], [ADDRESS 3], [ENTER]
The address will now be displayed on the zone LED’s in binary form once
all 3 digits have been entered.
ALL 3 Digits MUST be entered when programming an address.
This means that for addresses below 100, you must enter [0]
then the 2 digits of the address. For addresses below 10, you
must enter [0] , [0] followed by the address digit.
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Device Options ([MENU] , [2])
The device options set options that relate to the mode of operation of
the EliteSuite keypad.
To enter the Device Options Menu, press
[MENU] , [2]
To toggle options press the keys [1] to [8] , and the corresponding
Zone LED will be lit when that option is ENABLED.
Pressing the [ENTER] key will save the options.
Option 1 – Slave Keypad
If this option is used, be sure to address the keypad as
slave 1,2,3 or 4.
5 Enabled Slave mode is entered on start up
6 Disabled Master mode is entered on start up
Option 2 to 8 – Reserved
Device Default ([MENU] , [3])
To default all the Device Options, press
[MENU] , [3]
The ARMED LED will now flash, and you must press [ENTER] to
confirm or [MENU] to cancel.
Exiting Device Configuration Mode
Once Device configuration is complete, press the [CLEAR] key to restart
the keypad.
If you do not press any key for 45 seconds while in Device
Configuration mode, the keypad will automatically restart.
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LOCAL INSTALLER LOGIN
Introduction
The default local installer code is [0000]. To access the local
installation menu, press:
[ENTER] , [0000]
The INSTALL LED will then be lit to notify that Installer mode has
been entered.
One Zone LED will be lit to show you which selection from the
current menu you are currently at. You can change your selection
with the [Ï] and [Ð] keys and then press [ENTER] to access that
menu item, or just press the number key corresponding to the
menu item you wish to select.
The following pages will outline the menu selections available, along
with their shortcut keys.
Notes on Installer Access
If a module update has been performed on the system controller and
the user code at system controller user location 3 (UN00003) has
been changed. The code that is entered in this setting is now the
local installer code. This code is programmed system wide when an
update is performed.
To disable the Installer Code on ALL EliteSuite keypads
(Recommended) delete the code for User UN00003 by following the
instructions in the EliteSuite System Reference Manual for deleting a
user pin code.
You can not access the installer menu if the EliteSuite system is
armed. Disarm the EliteSuite system before attempting to login with
the installer code.
It is recommended that all installer modifications are completed and
downloaded using the Protege System Management Suite (PRTSMGT). Ensure a module update command is executed when
modifications are being made.
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TIMING (MENU 1)
ALL 3 Digits of the timer value MUST be entered when
programming a timer. This means that for addresses below
100, you must enter [0] then the 2 digits of the address. For
addresses below 10, you must enter [0] , [0] followed by the
address digit.
Entry Delay Timer ([MENU] [1], [1])
The entry delay timer is programmable from 000 to 255 seconds
(Default 30 Seconds).
To program the timer value, press
[MENU] , [1] , [1] , [TIM 1], [TIM 2] , [TIM 3] , [ENTER]
Where TIM 1 ~ 3 are the timer value digits, entered using the 0 to 9
number keys.
Programming the entry delay timer to 0 will result in no entry delay
operation for any zone that has been assigned the entry delay zone
type.
Exit Delay Timer ([MENU] , [1] , [2])
The exit timer is programmable from 000 to 255 seconds (Default 30
Seconds).
To program the timer value, press
[MENU] , [1] , [2] , [TIM 1], [TIM 2] , [TIM 3] , [ENTER]
Where TIM 1 ~ 3 are the timer value digits, entered using the 0 to 9
number keys.
Programming the exit delay timer to 0 will result in no exit delay, the
system will immediately arm the EliteSuite System.
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Alarm/Siren ([MENU] , [1] , [3])
The siren/alarm timer is programmed from 000 to 250 minutes
(Default 4 minutes).
To program the timer value, press
[MENU] , [1] , [3] , [TIM 1], [TIM 2] , [TIM 3] , [ENTER]
Where TIM 1 ~ 3 are the timer value digits, entered using the 0 to 9
number keys.
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Reader Pre-Alarm Timer ([MENU] , [1] , [4])
The Reader Pre-Alarm Timer is programmable from 0 to 255 seconds
(Default 30 Seconds). This is only used when the Reader Slave
Network is enabled.
To program the timer value, press
[MENU] , [1] , [4] , [TIM 1], [TIM 2] , [TIM 3] , [ENTER]
Where TIM 1 ~ 3 are the timer value digits, entered using the 0 to 9
number keys.
The minimum Pre-Alarm Time is 5 seconds, any number lower than 5
seconds entered will be automatically increased to 5 seconds to
ensure correct reader operation.
Reader Left Open Timer ([MENU] , [1] , [5])
The Reader Left Open Timer is programmable from 0 to 255 seconds
(Default 45 Seconds). This is only used when the Reader Slave
Network is enabled.
To program the timer value, press
[MENU] , [1] , [5] , [TIM 1], [TIM 2] , [TIM 3] , [ENTER]
Where TIM 1 ~ 3 are the timer value digits, entered using the 0 to 9
number keys.
The minimum Left Open Time is 5 seconds, any number lower than 5
seconds entered will be automatically increased to 5 seconds to
ensure correct reader operation.
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OPTIONS (MENU 2)
General Options ([MENU] , [2] , [1])
The general options set options that relate to the general operation
of the EliteSuite keypad.
To enter the General Options Menu, press
[MENU] , [2] , [1]
To toggle options press the keys [1] to [8] , and the corresponding
Zone LED will be lit when that option is ENABLED.
Pressing the [ENTER] key will save the options.
Option 1 - Zone Type Option 1
If duplex zone (Option 2) is not enabled then Option 1
will set the zone input configuration (EOL or NO EOL).
EOL requires the use of 2 X 1K resistors to provide,
Short, Alarm, Closed and Tamper Monitoring. NO EOL
provides Alarm and Closed monitoring.
5 Enabled EOL resistors are used (2R Mode) (2 Zones).
6 Disabled NO EOL resistors are used (2 Zones).
Option 2 - Duplex Zone Operation
If Option 2 is set Option 1 does not have any function.
When option 2 is set the zones will use a 1K and 2K4
resistor and provide monitoring for 2 zones.
5 Enabled Duplex Zone Mode (4 Zones).
6 Disabled Option 1 sets the zone configuration.
Option 3 - Beep On Trouble Condition
5 Enabled the beeper will emit 4 beeps every 5 minutes
if a trouble condition is present, to silence the trouble
beep, view the trouble condition.
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6 Disabled no trouble beep will be generated.
Option 4 - Device Power Up Disarmed
5 Enabled the system will power up disarmed regardless
of the system status at the time power was lost.
6 Disabled the system will power up in an exit delay
condition if the power to the EliteSuite device was
turned off during an exit delay cycle or if the system
was in alarm or armed.
Option 5 – Reader Slave Network
5 Enabled the Slave Communications Port will be used
to communicate with Card Reader Interfaces via a
Standalone Module.
6 Disabled the Slave Communications Port will not be
used.
Option 6 – PGM Output Follows Alarm Status
5 Enabled the PGM Output will be enabled with the
alarm siren time activation or fire alarm activation.
6 Disabled the PGM Output will not change state
regardless of the alarm status.
Option 7 – PGM Output Follows Area Status
5 Enabled the PGM Output will be enabled when the
EliteSuite system is armed, and disabled when the
system is disarmed.
6 Disabled the PGM Output will not change state
regardless of the area status.
Option 8 – PGM Output Inversion
5 Enabled the PGM Output will follow the operation
programmed by options 6 and 7, but the output will
be opposite to the behaviour described in those
functions.
6 Disabled the PGM Output will follow the programmed
output behaviour of options 6 and 7.
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Arming Options ([MENU] , [2] , [2])
The arming options set functions that relate to the arming of the
EliteSuite system.
To enter the Arming Options Menu, press
[MENU] , [2] , [2]
To toggle options press the keys [1] to [8] , and the corresponding
Zone LED will be lit when that option is ENABLED.
Pressing the [ENTER] key will save the options.
Option 1 - Allow Fast Regular Arming
5 Enabled the system can be FAST ARMED by pressing
and holding the closed padlock key.
6 Disabled FAST ARMING is disabled.
Option 2 - Allow Fast Stay Arming
5 Enabled the system can be FAST STAY by pressing
and holding the [STAY] key.
6 Disabled FAST STAY arming is disabled.
Option 3 - Allow Instant Arming During Stay Exit Delay
5 Enabled the system will allow the stay key to be
pressed and held during the exit delay of a stay
arming cycle to allow the stay arming to be changed
to an instant stay arm.
6 Disabled pressing the stay key during the stay exit
delay will have no function.
Option 4 - Allow Fast Force Arming
5 Enabled the system can be FAST FORCE armed by
pressing and holding the [FORCE] key.
6 Disabled FAST FORCE arming is disabled.
Option 5, 6, 7 and 8 - Reserved
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Reporting Options ([MENU] , [2] , [3])
The reporting options are a set of functions that relate to the
reporting of information to the on site monitoring application or
offsite central station. The system can further be configured for each
reportable event to go to monitoring station and the local on site
monitoring.
To enter the Reporting Options Menu, press
[MENU] , [2] , [3]
To toggle options press the keys [1] to [8] , and the corresponding
Zone LED will be lit when that option is ENABLED.
Pressing the [ENTER] key will save the options.
Option 1 - Report Arming and Disarming
5 Enabled the EliteSuite keypad will send a message to
the system controller when the system is armed or
disarmed. If this option is disabled the current status
of the EliteSuite keypad will not be valid. It is
recommended this and the Report Alarm options are
always enabled.
6 Disabled no message will be sent.
Option 2 - Report Alarms (Fire and Normal)
5 Enabled the EliteSuite keypad will send a message
when an alarm occurs on the EliteSuite system. This
also enables the sending of the alarm silenced and
alarm timed out messages.
6 Disabled no message will be sent for an alarm event.
Option 3 - Report Zone Bypass
5 Enabled the system will report when the EliteSuite
system is armed with zones that have been bypassed.
6 Disabled no message will be sent when the user arms
the system with zone(s) bypassed.
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Option 4 - Report Zone Fault
5 Enabled the system will report any zone fault trouble
condition to the system controller. This will not
indicate the zone that has the fault as this will be
shown on the local keypad and in the trouble view
menu.
6 Disabled no zone fault message will be sent.
Option 5 - Report User Menu Access
5 Enabled the system will report when the master user
has accessed the main menu.
6 Disabled no message will be sent when the master
access's the main menu.
Option 6 - Report Local Installer Access
5 Enabled the system will report when the local installer
code is used to gain access to the local installation
options.
6 Disabled no message will be sent when the installer
access's the installer menu.
Option 7 - Report Extended Information
5 Enabled the system will report extending information
such as the device tamper and fire loop trouble
conditions. These conditions do not generate an alarm
in the system locally but can be used to generate an
event at the local monitoring or remote monitoring
center alerting the operator to a potential problem.
6 Disabled no message will be sent when the extended
functions are triggered.
Option 8 - Reserved
It is recommended not to enable/disable or modify the settings of
reserved options.
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Panic Options ([MENU] , [2] , [4])
The panic options set functions that relate to the panic processing of
the EliteSuite system.
To enter the Panic Options Menu, press
[MENU] , [2] , [4]
To toggle options press the keys [1] to [8] , and the corresponding
Zone LED will be lit when that option is ENABLED.
Pressing the [ENTER] key will save the options.
Option 1 - 1+3 Silent Panic
5 Enabled the system will send a silent panic alarm to
the front desk when the 1+3 keys are held for a
period of 2 seconds. No message will be displayed on
the screen or alarm generated.
6 Disabled the 1+3 will not cause any alarm.
Option 2 - 4+6 Medical Alarm
5 Enabled the system will send a medical panic alarm to
the front desk when the 4+6 keys are held for a
period of 2 seconds. No message will be displayed on
the screen or alarm generated.
6 Disabled the 4+6 keys will not cause any alarm.
Option 3 - 7+9 Fire Alarm
5 Enabled the system will generate a local fire alarm on
the EliteSuite keypad and also alert the central station
and on site monitoring.
6 Disabled the 7+9 keys will not cause any alarm.
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Option 4 - User 8 Duress Code Enabled
5 Enabled the system will enable user code 8 to be a
duress code user and on login will send a duress code
to the central station or on site monitoring system.
6 Disabled user code 8 will operate as a standard user.
Option 5, 6, 7 and 8 - Reserved
5 Reserved.
6 Reserved.
Do not modify the reserved options configuration.
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ZONES
([MENU] , [3])
Selecting a Zone
To enter the Zone number selection menu, press
[MENU] , [3]
To select a zone to modify use the [Ï] and [Ð] keys to scroll through
the available zones, and press the [ENTER] key to move to the next
configuration menu for the selected zone. You may also shortcut to a
particular zone configuration menu by pressing:
[MENU] , [3] , [ZONE NUMBER]
Where ZONE NUMBER is the number button corresponding to the
required zone.
Once you have selected a zone, The Zone Type setup will be
displayed by the LED corresponding to the current Zone Type
being lit.
Zone Type
Once you have selected a Zone, you must select the Zone Type.
To select the Zone Type, use the [Ï] and [Ð] keys to scroll through
the available types, and press the [ENTER] key to move to the next
configuration menu for the selected zone.
You can also press the number button corresponding to the required
zone type to instantly select that zone type and move to the Zone
Options setup for this zone.
You must select a Zone Type from the following list:
Zone Types
1
Disabled
Zone is disabled, does not function in the system.
2
3
Delay
Follow
Zone will have an entry delay when a user enters.
Zone will not cause an alarm if the entry delay has
started otherwise the zone will be an instant zone.
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Use this to set the zone type for a motion detector
that is located in an entrance area.
4
5
6
Instant
24HR
Fire
Zone will cause an alarm immediately.
Zone will always cause an alarm immediately.
Zone is a fire zone and will generate an instant
alarm.
7
Fire Delay
Zone is a delayed fire zone and will generate the
fire delay beeping and require the user to follow
the delay fire zone procedures to prevent a full fire
alarm from being activated.
Zone Options
The zone options select functions that relate to the operation of
bypassing, force arming and stay arming.
Once you have selected a Zone Type for your selected zone, you
must select the Zone Options.
To toggle options press the keys [1] to [8] , and the corresponding
Zone LED will be lit when that option is ENABLED.
Pressing the [ENTER] key will save the options.
Option 1 - Bypass Allowed
5 Enabled the zone can be bypassed. A fire zone can
never be bypassed regardless of the bypass setting.
6 Disabled zone can not be bypassed.
Option 2 - Stay Zone
5 Enabled the zone is set as a stay zone. When the
system is armed in stay mode this zone will not
generate an alarm.
6 Disabled the zone is not a stay zone.
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Option 3 - Force Zone
5 Enabled the zone can be force armed when it is not
ready to be armed. A force armed zone will
automatically be included in the alarm processing
when the zone restores from the not ready condition.
6 Disabled the zone is not able to be force armed.
Option 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 - Reserved
5 Reserved.
6 Reserved.
It is recommended not to enable/disable or modify the settings of
reserved options.
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CONTACT
Contact
Integrated Control Technology welcomes all feedback. Please go to
our website or use the information below.
Integrated Control Technology
P.O. Box 302-340
North Harbour Post Centre
Auckland
New Zealand
Phone:
Fax:
Unit C
6 Ascension Place
Mairangi Bay
Auckland
New Zealand
+64-9-476-7124
+64-9-476-7128
www.integratedcontroltechnology.com
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Unit C, 6 Ascension Place, Mairangi Bay, P.O. Box 302-340
North Harbour, Auckland, New Zealand.
Phone: +64 (9) 476 7124 y Fax: +64 (9) 476 7128
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