Magellan RTX3 Programming instructions

Spectra SP Series Programming
RTX3-EI08
Table 2: EVO PGM Option Programming
PGM Activation*
PGM Deactivation*
When connected to a Spectra SP series panel, the RTX3 settings are programmed into the panel. Refer to the
panel’s Programming Guide. Requires version 2.0 or higher of the K32 or K10V/H keypads. You can only connect
one RTX3 to a Spectra SP Series panel.
Wireless Expansion Module
RTX3 V1.5
Digiplex EVO Programming
To enter programming mode with a Digiplex EVO panel, press and hold the [0] button. Enter the installer code and go to
section [4003]. Enter the RTX3’s 8-digit serial number. Enter the section number you wish to program.
After Programming with EVO
Program the zones, PGMs, and remotes into the EVO panel. Look at EVO section [3034] and RTX3 section [001] options
[2] and [3] for wireless transmitter supervision options.
WARNING: When used without a K641 or K641R keypad, enable EVO option [1] in section [3029].
Table 1: Digiplex EVO Programming
Instructions
[001]
PARADOX.COM
Printed in Canada 02/2009
What’s New with Version 1.5
• Added support for the REM3 on EVO panels (requires EVO V2.1 or
higher)
• Added support for 4 wireless sirens (SR150) on Spectra SP panels
(requires Spectra SP V4.0 or higher)
RTX3 Options
Option [1]: Low battery supervision (default: ON) - For RTX3 version 1.5 and higher, this option
is always ON.
Option [2]: Check-in supervision (default: OFF)
Option [3]: Check-in supervision time interval
OFF
=
24 hours (default)
ON
=
80 minutes
Option [4]: RF Jamming supervision (default: ON)
Option [5]: On-board module tamper supervision (default: OFF)
Option [6]: PGM1 Initial State
OFF
=
Normally Open (default)
ON
=
Normally Closed
Option [7]: PGM2 Initial State
OFF
=
Normally Open (default)
ON
=
Normally Closed
Option [8]: Ignore transmitter tamper signal
OFF
=
RTX3 ignores tamper signal (default)
ON
=
RTX3 reports tamper signal
Introduction
[002]
The RTX3 is a 2-Way Wireless Expansion Module for use with any Digiplex
EVO, Spectra SP, and Esprit series control panel. It is also compatible with
the DGP-NE96 and DGP-848 control panels.
Remote Control Options
Option [1]: REM2 Visual and auditory feedback compatibility options*
OFF
=
Old visual and auditory feedback. (Supported by REM2 V2.00 or higher)
ON
=
New visual and auditory feedback. (REM2 V2.01 or higher with K641 /
K641R keypads.) (Default)
[030]
View Transmitter, Remote and PGM Serial Numbers
To view a transmitter’s 6-digit serial number, press and hold the transmitter’s anti-tamper switch.
Compatibility Chart
EVO
Spectra SP Esprit
Zones
32
32
# of Remotes
32/96/999
32
32
REM1
REM1
Remote Type
REM2
REM2
REM1
REM3
REM3
Wireless PGMs
8
16
Wireless Keypads
8
2-Way Remote
3
3
Wireless Siren
4
Wireless Repeater
2
PX8 Output Module
-
Stand Alone
32
32
REM1
4
Before Programming
1.
2.
3.
Connect the RTX3 according to the installation guide.
Write down the serial number of all wireless modules to be used with
the RTX3. If this installation replaces another RTX3, make sure the
programming can be transferred.
Make sure every wireless module works properly and that you have
the latest version of the firmware for the RTX3 and panels.
System Reset
Press and hold the Programming button for 5 seconds, the BUS RX LED
will flash. Release the button and press it again while the LED flashes to
reset the module to its default values. The system reset feature only
functions during the first 30 seconds after the RTX3 is powered up.
PGM1
PGM2
PGM3
PGM4
PGM5
PGM6
PGM7
PGM8
Default Data
See text
Transmitter Signal Strength
[601] to [632] [601] = Zone Input 1; [632] = Zone Input 32
3 or less = weak (move transmitter); 4 to 10 = OK.
Current Battery Life
[701] to [732] [701] = Zone Input 1; [732] = Zone Input 32
View number of weeks the batteries have been in the transmitter.
Previous Battery Life
[801] to [832] [801] = Zone Input 1; [832] = Zone Input 32
View number of weeks the previous batteries were in the transmitter.
Two-Way PGM Signal Strength
[671] to [678] [671] = PGM 1; [678] = PGM 8
3 or less = weak (move transmitter); 4 to 10 = OK.
Assign Two-Way PGMs
[901] = PGM 1; [908] = PGM 8
[901] to [908] Enter 6-digit serial number or press and release the transmitter’s tamper switch
To delete an assigned Two-Way PGM, enter 000000 as a serial number.
If a section between [901] to [904] is empty, the RTX3 will use the on-board PGM.
PGM Programming
[910] to [989] Program the Two-Way PGM activation event, deactivation event and PGM Delay options. Refer to
Table 2.
[991]
View Two-Way PGM tamper trouble (PGM # in trouble will be displayed)
[992]
View Two-Way PGM supervision trouble (PGM # in trouble will be displayed)
* The new visual and auditory feedback includes the following system statuses: stay armed, instant armed and exit delay. Other statuses’
feedback have not changed. Note that for REM2 versions 1.04 or older, stay arm, instant arm and exit delay statuses are not supported,
and a rejection beep will be heard when the system is in these statuses.
Feature
Group
Start #
End #
Event
Group
Feature
Group
Start #
End
[910]
[920]
[930]
[940]
[950]
[960]
[970]
[980]
000
[911]
[921]
[931]
[941]
[951]
[961]
[971]
[981]
000
[912]
[922]
[932]
[942]
[952]
[962]
[972]
[982]
000
[913]
[923]
[933]
[943]
[953]
[963]
[973]
[983]
000
[914]
[924]
[934]
[944]
[954]
[964]
[974]
[984]
000
[915]
[925]
[935]
[945]
[955]
[965]
[975]
[985]
000
[916]
[926]
[936]
[946]
[956]
[966]
[976]
[986]
000
[917]
[927]
[937]
[947]
[957]
[967]
[977]
[987]
000
The following options apply to sections [919], [929]... [989]:
Option [1]: PGM deactivation after:
See table on right
Option [2]: PGM base time:
ON = Minutes
OFF = Seconds (default)
[1]
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
[8]
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Option [8]: Flexible PGM deactivation**:
See table on right
Deactivation Event
Deactivation Event
PGM Timer
PGM Timer or
Deactivation Event
* For a complete list of events,
refer to the PGM programming
section of your Digiplex or
Digiplex EVO control panel’s
Programming Guide.
** In order to use the “Flexible
PGM deactivation” option (option
[8]), the PGM deactivation after
option (option [1]) must be ON.
Table 3: Programming Without a K641/K641R
[040] to [043]
View or Delete Used Remotes
[040] = remotes 1 to 8; [043] = remotes 25 to 32.
To delete a remote, press the corresponding number until it is no longer displayed in these sections.
[201] to [232]
Assigning Remote Controls to the System
[201] = remote 01; [232] = remote 32
Enter the desired section and then press and hold a button on the remote control until you hear a
confirmation beep.
[301] to [332]
Assign Remotes Controls to Users
Assign the remote controls to users by entering a user number (001 to 255) in the appropriate section
(Users 001 to 255, Section [301] = remote 01, section [332] = remote 32.)
Program or Delete Remote.
[401] = remote 01; [432] = remote 32
______/ ______/ ______/ ______/ ______/ ______/ ______/ ______ (default: 15000000)
see Figure 1
+
N/A
N/A
N/A
see Figure 2
+
N/A
N/A
N/A
Assign Wireless Transmitters
[101] = Zone Input 1; [132] = Zone Input 32
[101] to [132] Enter 6-digit serial number or press and release the transmitter’s tamper switch.
To delete an assigned transmitter, enter 000000 as a serial number.
Remote Controls
To program REM1/REM2/REM3 remotes controls, refer to User Code and Remote Control Programming
in the EVO Programming Guide or program remotes using WinLoad.
NOTE: If programming REM1/REM2 remotes for a system that does not include a K641/K641R keypad,
enable EVO option [1] in section [3029] and refer to Table 3 (maximum of 32 remotes).
Event
Group
PGM Delay
Delay
(000 to
Options
255)
[918]
[919]
[928]
[929]
[938]
[939]
[948]
[949]
[958]
[959]
[968]
[969]
[978]
[979]
[988]
[989]
005
OFF
[401] to [432]
[0] = Button Disabled
[1] = Regular Arm
[2] = Stay Arm
[3] = Instant Arm
[4] = Force Arm
[5] = Disarm
[6] = Stay/Instant Disarm
[7] = Panic 1 (Police)
[8]
[9]
[STAY]
[FORCE]
[ARM]
[DISARM]
[BYP]
[MEM]
= Panic 2 (Non-Medical)
= Panic 3 (Fire)
= Smoke reset
= Utility Key 1
= Utility Key 2
= Utility Key 3
= Utility Key 4
= Utility Key 5
[CLEAR] = Exit without saving
[ENTER]
= Save data
Figure 1: REM1
Figure 2: REM2
Esprit and Stand Alone Programming
To enter programming mode with Esprit or in Stand Alone mode, connect an Esprit 636 or 646 to the
“Program” connector. Press the “Esprit Mode Programming” button. Press [Enter] on your Esprit keypad
and enter the installer code (default: 757575). Enter the desired section number.
Table 4: Esprit Programming
Installer
Code
[000]
Set Installer Code (4 or 6 digits, default: 757575)
Option [6]: PGM1 Initial State
OFF
=
Normally Open (default)
ON
=
Normally Closed
[004]
Option [7]: PGM2 Initial State
OFF
=
Normally Open (default)
ON
=
Normally Closed
Wireless Transmitter Assignment
[101] to [132] [101] = Zone Input 1; [132] = Zone Input 32
Enter 6-digit serial number or press and release the transmitter’s tamper switch.
To delete an assigned transmitter, enter 000000 as a serial number.
User Code Assignment
Assign a valid user code from the Esprit Panel into the RTX3.
[301] to [332] [301] = user 01; [332] = user 32.
To delete a user code, press [2ND] and then [Enter]
Remote Control Assignment
[201] = remote control 01; [232] = remote control 32
[201] to [232] Press [Enter]. After the confirmation beep, press and hold any button on the remote until
you hear two beeps.
To delete a remote control, press [2ND] followed by [Enter].
Remote Control Button Options
[401] = remote control 01; [432] = remote control 32
Options [1] to [3]: See Table below
Option [4]: Enable button for PGM activation (see section [011])
[401] to [432] Option [5]: Enable button
for PGM activation (see section [012])
Option [6]: Enable button
for PGM activation (see section [013])
Option [7]: Enable button
for PGM activation (see section [014])
+
for Panic Alarm
Option [8]: Enable button
PGM Output Activation
[011] = Remote Button
[012] = Remote Button
[013] = Remote Button
[011] to [014] [014] = Remote Button
Option [1]: Activate PGM 1 output (Default ON in section [011])
Option [2]: Activate PGM 2 output (Default ON in section [012])
Option [3]: Activate PGM 3 output (Default ON in section [013])
Option [4]: Activate PGM 4 output (Default ON in section [014])
Refer to section [401] to [432]
PGM Latch/Delay
[021] = PGM1; [024] = PGM 4
Option [0]: Latched
Option [5]: 40 seconds
[021] to [024] Option [1]: 1 second
Option [6]: 60 seconds
Option [2]: 5 seconds (default)
Option [7]: 2 minutes
Option [3]: 10 seconds
Option [8]: 4 minutes
Option [4]: 20 seconds
Code Length
Option [1]: ON
=
6-digit access code length (default)
OFF
=
4-digit access code length
[001]
Panic Alarm
Option [2]: ON
=
Panic Alarm toggles PGM and panic alarm. (Default)
OFF
=
Panic Alarm toggles the PGM
PGM Output on Panic
Option [0]: No PGM output on panic alarm
Option [1]: Toggle PGM 1 on panic alarm
[002]
Option [2]: Toggle PGM 2 on panic alarm
Option [3]: Toggle PGM 3 on panic alarm (default)
Option [4]: Toggle PGM 4 on panic alarm
RF Lockout on Panic
Option [0]: No RF signal lockout on panic alarm (default)
Option [1]: 30-second RF signal lockout on panic alarm
[003]
Option [2]: 60-second RF signal lockout on panic alarm
Option [3]: 90-second RF signal lockout on panic alarm
Option [4]: 120-second RF signal lockout on panic alarm
Stand Alone Use
The RTX3 can be used as a Stand Alone module. The programming sections are the same as when used
with an Esprit with a few exceptions. In Stand Alone mode, section [001], option [1] and option [2] will not
affect system use. Panic alarms can only be used to toggle PGMs on the RTX3 in Stand Alone mode.
Sections [301] to [332] do not have to be programmed.
NOTE: To program wireless transmitters in Stand Alone mode, you must use a PX8 in conjunction with
the RTX3. Refer to the PX8 Instructions for more information.
Figure 3: Mounting
B
A
Table 5: Remote Control Arming Options [401] to [432], Options [1] to [3]
Option [1]
Option [2]
Option [3]
Definition
Off
Off
Off
No Arm or Disarm
On
Off
Off
Button
= Regular Arm* (Default)
Off
On
Off
Button
= Regular Arm*
Button
Button
= Regular Arm*
= Regular Arm*
On
On
Off
Off
Off
On
Button
= Force Arm*
On
Button
Button
= Force Arm*
= Stay Arm*
C
= Regular Arm*
= Stay Arm*
D
= Stay Arm*
On
Off
Off
On
On
Button
Button
On
On
On
Button
* Buttons used to arm are also used to disarm the system
E
Installation Information
Table 6: Mounting and Connection
Figure 4: PCB and Connection
Figure 3: Mounting
A
Back Cover
B
Antennas: The vertical antenna is the default antenna. Connect the horizontal antenna to
improve reception and range.
C
PCB Mounting Holes (x 9)
D
Mounting clip (x 4)
E
Wiring Slot
F
G
H
Figure 4: PCB and Connection
ERROR (Red):
BUS RX (Green):
BUS TX (Red):
RF RX(Green):
RF TX(Yellow):
F
G
L
Indicates a problem with the module.
Flashes when receiving information from the panel.
Flashes when transmitting information to the panel.
Flashes when receiving wireless information.
Flashes when transmitting wireless information.
Special Display (Digiplex EVO and Spectra SP Series only):
BUS RX
BUS TX
Error
Condition
OFF
OFF
ON
Combus is shorted / No clock / No
data / Fail to Com
OFF
ON
ON
Wrong data / Invalid Combus
address (Too many modules)
ON
OFF
ON
Future Use
ON
ON
ON
Combus lines reversed
------Flash
Combus power is too low
I
M
J
Connect to a 307USB and use WinLoad’s In-Field Firmware Upgrade Application to
upgrade the firmware.
Connect the PX8 to a serial port. See the PX8 installation manual for additional information.
H
Anti-Tamper Switch
I
Control panel Combus connection
NOTE: If you are using the RTX3 as a stand-alone device, connect an external 12Vdc
power supply to the RED and BLK terminals. Battery backup is recommended.
J
If the current draw exceeds 150mA on PGM1 or PGM2, use a relay. Connect the RTX3’s
RED connector to the relay’s RED connector, and the PGM connector (PGM1 or PGM2) to
the relay’s BLK connector.
Esprit Programming: Press to enter programming mode in Esprit mode.
K
K
System Reset: Press and hold the Programming button for 5 seconds, the BUS RX LED will
flash. Release the button and press it again while the LED flashes to reset the module to its
default values. This is only possible in the first 30 seconds after the RTX3 is powered up.
L
Connect the Esprit 636/646 LED keypad to the “Program” connector to program in Esprit
and Stand Alone mode.
M
Connect PGM3 and PGM4 to external power supplies if you need additional power. A PS817 is recommended. Connect the PGM’s N/O connector to the external power supply’s +
connection. Connect the power supply’s - connector to the device’s - connector. Connect
the PGM’s COM connector to the device’s + connector.
Technical Specifications
Power Input Voltage:
Frequency:
Sensitivity:
Current consumption:
Dimensions (no antenna):
Operating temperature:
PGM outputs:
Range
Other:
Approvals
12Vdc
433MHz or 868MHz
-120 dBm
50 mA
15cm x 16cm x 3cm (6in x 6.5in x 1.1in)
0°C to 49°C (32°F to 120°F)
PGM1 and PGM2 - 150mA PGM transistor outputs
PGM3 - form C relay output rated at 5A/28Vdc, N.O./N.C. (PGM4 optional)
Refer to the appropriate transmitter Instructions
Di-pole antenna; Error Correction Algorithm
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Warranty
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patents may apply: 7046142, 6215399, 6111256, 6104319, 5920259, 5886632, 5721542, 5287111, 5119069, 5077549 and RE39406 and
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FCC ID: KDYMG-RTX3 CANADA: 2438A-MGRTX3 This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following
conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.