Vista Quantum QX960H16-series Specifications

Addition of new 5800 series transmitters with
this control panel is prohibited, other than for
repair of existing installations. Non-permitted
use voids U.S. warranty.
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SECURITY SYSTEM
Installation
Instructions
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CONGRATULATIONS!
On Your Purchase oftheVISTA-10
The purpose of these Installation Instructions is to give you a complete overview of the system, and provide
instructions for installing a basic system.
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The VISTA- 10 System
Can Support6 EOLR WiredZones
and
(when used with an appropriate wireless receiver)
Up to a Totalof 16 RF Expansion?&es
and
(when used with a No. 4204 Output Relay Module)
up to4Relay outputs
The SystemCan Also suppoti
TelephoneVoice Module (No.4265)
and
Long Range Radio Reporting (viaNo. 7720ECP)
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FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE,
a Programming Form
has been included at the center of this manual.
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Section
1.
GENERAL
INFORMATION ... .... ...... . 5
Introduction
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Zone Characteristics.............................................6
Section 2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS . . . . . . . . . . 7
HARD WIRED ZONES ...............................................7
Zones 1-6 (Basic Control's Zones) ., .........................7
WIRELESS EXPANSION, -5700 & 5600 RF SYSTEMS-.. .8
General ....... ........................ ...............................8
Supervision .........................................................8
House identification ..............................................9
Transmitter identification ......... ..............................9
RF System Installation Advisories ., .........................9
5800 SystemTransmitter Installation Options ........... 10
RELAY OUTPUTS .................................................. 11
Nos. 42040utput Relay Module ............................ 11
4204Setup ...... ..................... ............................ll
Section
3. MOUNTING THE CONTROL,
LOCK, & PC BOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...12
Mounting the Cabinet .............. ............................l2
Installing the Lock (if Used) .... .............................. 12
Installing the Control’s Circuit Board Alone,
or (if used), with a 4204 ........................................ 12
Installing Control and RF Receiver Circuit Boards
Together, inthe Same Cabinet .............................. 13
Using Optional Voice Module or Long Range Radio .... 13
Section 4. WIRING & POWERING
THE SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Grounding the System ......................................... 14
Terminals and Connections ...... ............................l4
Power. up Prmedure ............... ............................l5
Section 5. PROGRAMMING THE SYSTEM.......16
General Information ..... ..... .................................16
Summary of Programming Commands ..................... 17
Spaial Messages ..............................................l7
PROGRAMMING DATA FIELDS ................................ 18
56) .....20
Zone Response Type Definitions (under field ●
Relay Basics (under field ’80) ... ....... .....................24
ALPHA Description
ENTRIES.. .. ..........................27
Assigning Zone Descriptors .................................. 27
Entering Zone Descriptors ....................................27
Adding Custom Words ............. ............................28
ALPHA FIXED DICTIONARY
(For Entering Zone Descriptors) ................................ 29
CHARACTER (ASCII)CHART ...................................29
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Section 6. SYSTEM COMMUNICATION ...,...,..
30
Re~fi Me Fomats .............. ............................3O
Section 7. REMOTE PROGRAMMING AND
CONTROL (DOWNLOADING). . . . . ...32
General information ............................................32
Equipment Required ............................................32
Programming...... ........... ....................... .............32
Remote Programming Advisory Notes ..................... 32
Section 8. SYSTEM OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...33
SECURl~CODES ..... .......... .................................m
Master Code ........................................ ..............W
User Codes ........ .................................. .............X
KmPADwNcTloNs
.............. ................. .............33
General information ..... ........................... ............33
Aming Functions ............. ............ ......... .............W
Panic Keys ........ ......... ........... ........... ................M
Dure~Ctie
........................................ .............W
Relay Outputs (if used) ........................................ 34
Exit Alam Dspia~(ti pr~rammed) .......... .............35
TROUBLE CONDITIONS...................... ...... .............35
General lnfomation ............................... . ............35
"ChecKand "Bane~" Usplays ................ .............35
Power Failure .....................................................35
Other Displays (Fixed Word Consoles) .................... 35
Section 9. TESTING THE SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . ...36
Procedure ......... .................................. ..............%
SectIon 10. SPECIFICATIONS
&
ACCESSORIES
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SPECIFICATIONS .. ........................ .......... .............39
ACCESSORIES (COMPATIBLE DEVICES).. .... ...........41
FCC STATEMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
UL NOTICES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
CANADIAN DOC STATEMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...49
CSFM 24 HR BATTERY BACK-UP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...49
LIMITATIONS OF THIS ALARM SYSTEM . . . . . ...50
INDEX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
LIMITED
WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
~ams
and Tables
TROUBLESHOOTING
GUIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...37
OUTPUT RELAY EXAMPLES
TABLE .. ............44
DIP SWITCH TABLES FOR
WIRELESS
DEVICES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
SUMMARY OF
PROGRAMMING
CONNECTIONS
DIAGRAM ........47
FORM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Centerfold
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Introduction
System
The VISTA-10 is a microprocessor-based
state-of-the-art
security control intended for wireless as well as wired zone
applications.
Zones Supported
Supports up to 22 zones, in the following configuration:
6 hard wired EOLR “basic” zones.
“ Up to 16 RF expansion zones by using an appropriate
5881 type RF receiver (up to 8 with 4281 type). Refel
to the Zone Characteristics tabulation on the next page
for detailed zone information.
Afote: The sh@e 4281/5881 type RF receiver that the
VISTA-1 O accommodates,
features
Spatial
Diversity (dual antennas), which virtually eliminates
the possibility of “Nulls” and “Dead Spots” within
the coverage area.
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Alarm Output Advhmy
Relay Outputs
4 output relays can be added, to perform programmable
actions in response to zone activity or manual entries, by
using a No, 4204 Relay Module.
Programming
A No.
5137AD
or
6139
Alpha
Console
is
required
for
programming
zonea
and
relay
~peration, but it need not remain in the system. These
consoles have digital keypads and 2-line 32 character
alphanumeric LCDS (Liquid Crystal Displays).
Programmed options to establish specific alarm and reoorting features are stored in electrically erasable, nonvolatile EEROM memory. This means that the unit can be
reprogrammed many times (unlike units equipped with
PROMS) and that information
which has been pro~rammed will not be lost during a complete loss of power.
In addition, the system can be uploaded, downloaded, or
~ontrolled via a computer and Hayes modem (see F?E.
MOTE PROGRAMMING AND CONTROL on page 32).
Remote Consoles
4fter programming, the system may use one or more
w,
4137 AD, 5137AD, 6127, 6128, 6137, 6138, or
5139 Consoles. The underlined models have fixed En~lish status LCDS. The others have alphanumeric displays.
This system includes an alarm
output
rated at 2 amps.
Throughout
the
manual,
wherever
reference
is
made
to Alarm
Output
Ratings,
they assume
a
fully charged
battery
is
connected, unless the UL
rating is stated. The battery
is periodically tested automatically (approximately every four
hours), and if it cannot sustain a
load, a low battery message is
displayed and can be reported to
the central station.
Note:
Muftiple Consoles
(up to 4) maybe used, as long
as their total current drain is
within the alarm and auxiliary
power output limitations described in the SPECIFICATIONS
AND ACCESSORIES section.
Nos. 4137AD, 5137AD, 6128, 6137, 6138, and
6139 are Addressable Consoles and must be set
to their non-addressable mode (device ID 31 ).
A/hen wireless is in use, the system may also be armed
md disarmed with a wireless keypad (No. 5727/5827) or
Mher 5800 RF button type transmitters (e.g., Nos. 5801,
5802, 5803, 5827BD).
Uoice Module
‘or more information,
see page 14 and field
’26 on page 18.
4 No. 4285 Voice Module can be connected to the sysem. It enables Touch-tone telephones to control, and re:eive messages from, the system remotely. Addressable
VDe consoles must be used (not4127 or 61 27).
The Voice Module is not Listed for l.JL installation use.
Jser Codes
Jp to 6 secondary user codes can be assigned by the sysem’s Master code.
Communication
Tele~hone:
Radia
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Communication
capability (central station
reporting, voice module accommodation,
etc.) over existing phone lines is provided.
An output for optional Long Range Radio
(7720ECP) is also provided.
Zone Characterlstlcs
Zones 1-6
Wired
Programmable
Zones.
EOLR
supervised,
‘or more information, N.O. or N.C. sensors, 300-500 msec normai response.
Seepage 7.
Optional fast (1 O-15msec) response programmable
for
zone 3.
Zones 7, 95, 96
‘or more information,
;ee page 34.
Console
Panics (Wired & Wireless). 24hr zones,
grammable for siient, audible, auxiliary, or fire.
pro-
Zone8
Duress This feature is intended for use when one is
‘or more information, forced to disarm or arm the system under threat. When
;ee page 34.
used, the system wiil act normally, but can silently notify
the central station of the situation, if that service has been
provided.
Zone
9
Wireiess
Zones
For more information,
see pages 8-10.
Tamper.
Reports fauits in the reiay moduie and
expansion units (e.g., 4204, 4281, 5881). For aii report
formats (except Contact iD, which provides more explicit
reporting) a trouble code is reported when the system is
not armed, and Zone 9 report code is sent for an alarm.
Wireless
(RF) zones can be added:
Up to 8 by
using a 4281 (5700 System) or up to 16 by using a 5881
(5800 System) Type RF Receiver. Specificaiiy:
Modei
Number of Zones
4281 L
4281 M/4281 H
5681 L
5881 M/5881 H
up to 4
Up to 8
Up to 8
Upto16
Zone number assignments (which are aiso transmitter iD
assignments for 5700 RF system transmitters) can be in
the 10-63 range. A variety of RF system transmitters can
be used to make up the wireless zones. This includes window/door units, smoke detectors, PiRs, and panic keys.
Note: For brevity, subsequent references herein to the
RF Receiver will be indicated by “4281/5881” unless a specific model is named.
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HARD-WIRED
ZONES
Zones 1-6
(Basic Control’s
Zones)
The VISTA-10 supports 6 hard-wired zones, which are connected as zones 1-6.
These zones must be EOLR supervised, and can use N.O. and/or N.C. sensors.
Zone
Response
Response
Max.
EOLR
Zone
Type
Time
Resistance
Any zone response can be assigned to devices on
these zones except Supervised Fire (09), which
can be assigned only to zone 5 (see below).
300-500 msec. Zone 3 is optionally programmable
for fast (1O-15msec) response.
300 ohms, excluding EOLR.
. Supports both open circuit and closed circuit
devices.
Connect open circuit devices in parallel across
the loop. The 1,000 ohm EOLR must be
connected across the loop wires at the last
device.
Important
If the EOLR is not at the end of the
loop, the zone is not properly supervised. The
system may not respond to an open circuit within
the zone.
. Connect closed circuit devices in series with the
HI side of the loop.
Of the 6 hard-wired zones, only zone 5 can be
used for fire.
Suppotts as many 4-wire smoke detectors as can
be powered.
. The zone must be configured
for EOLR
supervision.
The detectors must be wired in parallel, with the
EOLR at the last detector for full supervision.
To supervise power, a supervisory module (e.g.,
System Sensor A77-716B EOL Relay Module) is
required.
Supervised
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EOLR
Fire Zone
5
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WIRELESS
IVo te:
-6700
EXPANSION
&
5800
In Canada, 5800 systems must use 5882 series receivers:
RF
SYSTEMS
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5882 L/588w
Information in this manual relative to the 5881 receivers applies as well to the 5882 receivers.
5881 and 5882 receivers can all use the same transmitters.
Qeneral
In addition to its basic wired zones, the control, in conjunction with an appropriate
5700 or 5800 system RF Receiver, can support up to the number of wireless
zones shown below.
5700 SYSTEM
RF
No. of
Receiver
Zones
4281 L
up to 4
4281 M
Up to 8
4281 H
Up to 8t
t In this application
m-
m~
mm
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SYSTEM
No. of
Zones
Up tO 8
upto16
Up to 16t
A wireless keypad can also be used with the system (No. 5727 with 5700 System,
No. 5827 with 5800 System, No. 5827BD with either system).
The receiver recognizes status messages and keypad control messages from
Wireless Transmitters
operating at 345 MHz (315 MHz for the 5700 system’s
Canadian version). These messages are processed and relayed to the control
panel via a 4-wire connection to the control’s remote console terminals. The receiver’s RED, BLACK, YELLOW, and GREEN wires are connected in parallel with
console wiring.
The receiver can be mounted within the control’s cabinet (see page 13) or installed remotely, in its own housing. It can detect signals from wireless transmitters
within a nominal range (installed) of 200 feet.
ON ++ OFF
❑
5800
RF
Receiver
5881 L
5881 M
5881 H
+
SupervkiHon
The receiver’s
DIP switch must be set for a device address
r as described in its instructions (all switches to the RIGHT...’’off”).
of “O”,
Except for transmitters that may be carried off-premises (such as the 5700 systern’s 5701 and 5727, the 5800 system’s 5802, 5802CP, 5803, and 5827, and
either system’s 5827BD), each transmitter is supervised by a check-in signal that
is sent to the receiver at 70-90 minute intervals. If at least one check-in is not received from each supervised transmitter within a 12 hour period, the “missing”
transmitter number(s) and “CHECK” will be displayed on the console.
The supervision for a particular transmitter in the 5800 system may be turned off
by learning it as a “UR” (unsupervised RF) type, as described later.
Each transmitter is also supervised for low battery and will transmit a low batlery
signal to its receiver, with the battery having at least 30 days of life remaining. A
low battery message and appropriate zone number will appear on a wired
console’s display.
If a 5727,5827, or 5827BD wireless keypad transmits and has a low battery, it will
be displayed as Zone 00.
/Vote:
After a low or dead battery is replaced, activate the transmitter and then
enter the security code + OFF to clear the system’s memory of the “Low
Battery” signal.
Some transmitters (e.g., 5800 system’s 5802, 5802CP, and 5803) contain long-life but non-replaceable
batteries. At the end of their life, the
complete unit must be replaced [and new identification code(s) learned
by the control.. see Transmitter ldent~f~catkm below].
The receiver itself is supervised. A tamper report (zone 9) will be generated:
TRANSMITTER
a)
If communication
with the receiver is interrupted.
b)
;rvalid RF signals are not received within 12 hours from at least one
supervised wireless transmitter (if any are included in the system).
WIRELESS TRANSMITTERS
are described
& WIRELESS
KEYPAD DIP SWITCH SETTING
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on page 41.
TABLES are shown
on page 46.
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House Identification
5700 SYSTEM
The 4281 responds only to transmitters set to the same House ID (01-31,
per the DIP switch tables on page 46)
as programmed in the control’s field
*24. This prevents interference from
transmitters in other nearby systems.
To make sure that a House ID is
chosen that is not in use nearby, conduct the Sniffer Mode test described
under TESTING THE SYSTEM.
5800
SYSTEM
If a 5827 or 5827BD Wireless Keypad
is to be used with the system, a House
ID Code (01-31) must be set in programming field ●24 to establish proper
communication,
and the keypad
should be set to the same ID. If no
keypad is to be used, field *24 should
be 00. D/P switch setting information
for a 5827 is given on page 46. The
5827BD is keypad programmable.
Transmitter
5700
SYSTEM
Each transmitter’s
assigned
zone
number is DIP switch programmable in
the unit as its transmitter ID (except
wireless keypads, which are fixed at ID
00). Whenever a transmission takes
place, whether for a fault, check-in, or
low battery, the ID number is sent
along with the message to the 4281
which, in turn, relays this information to
the control, which displays the condition and zone number on the console.
The 5827BD Wireless Keypad is keypad programmable.
Certain IDs in the assignment range of
10-63 have the following characteristics:
Transmitters
set for IDs of 3247 will have a 3 minute lock-out between fault transmissions to conserve
battery life (normally PIR units, but
transmitters
protecting
frequently
used doors and windows should also
be set for IDs in this range).
Transmitters
set for IDs of 4855 (FIRE) will transmit once every 12
seconds while the zone is faulted. This
and the next range of zone numbers
have high signal priority and their frequent transmissions while faulted insure retriggering of the a/arm until the
cause is removed.
Transmitters
set for IDs of 5663 will transmit once every 3 seconds
while faulted.
Transmitter iDs of 62 and 63 are
unsupervised to allow removal of the
5701 off-premises.
Signal priority is
higher than burglary.
5800
SYSTEM
Each transmitter input has a different ID
(identification) code, part of which in.
eludes a unique serial number perma
nently assigned to the device during
manufacture. Many transmitters have
more than one input, hence ID code
(e.g., 5801 has 4, 5803 has 3, 5816
has 2, etc.) and each input requires G
separate programming zone.
It is not necessafy to assign a transmitter’s ID(s) during installation. Instead,
the control must learn or be programmed for each transmitter’s
ID
code(s) during programming,
in conjunction with assigned zone number(s)
and other data. Whenever a transmission takes place, whether for a fault,
check-in, or low battery, the ID code is
sent as part of the message to the
5881. In turn, the information is relayed
to the control, which displays the condition and associated zone number on
the console.
identification
RF System
installation
Advisories
1.
2.
3.
4.
If the Receiver is to be mounted remotely (not in the control’s cabinet),
in a high, centrally located area for best reception.
Do not locate receiver or transmitters on or near metal objects. This
crease range and/or block transmissions.
Do not locate receiver in an area of high RF interference (revealed
quent or prolonged lighting of the LED inthe receiver... random flicker
Before mounting transmitters permanently, conduct Go/No Go Tests
adequate signal strength (see TEST/NG THE SYSTEM) and reorient
cate transmitters if necessaty.
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place it
will deby freis ok).
to verify
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Transmitter
5800 System
Installation
OptIons
To install the particular transmitters in a 5800 system, one of two optional methods
can be used. Option 1, whose procedure is described in general below, and M
detail on page 22, involves having the system learn each transmitter to be used in
the system. Option 2, described below, involves downloading software, where
the IDs can be entered manually at the office and then downloaded
to an
operating system.
OPTION 1
Learning and Assigning
ID Codes at the Control
With each transmission, each transmitter sends an ID code which includes, in part,
that device’s unique factory assigned serial number. Some devices have more
than one input (sensor point) and that input is also part of the ID code. Each ID
code must be learned and assigned individually to the zone with which it will be
associated.
During programming of the zone, after the device type is entered, the display
“Learn S/N?” will appear. To have the control learn the ID then, pressing [1] will
result in the display “TRANSMIT NOW”.
The control program is now poised at a zone number to be assigned a particular
transmitter input (e.g., of a multi-point contact, single-point motion detector, single-point smoke detector, multi-point emergency transmitter, etc.). A transmitter
will either be a/ready installed, or one of a group of transmitters to be installed at a
given site.
The appropriate transmitter input (point) is then activated to cause a complete
event transmission (e.g., by opening and closing a contact, closing and opening
a contact, pressing and releasing a button, causing alarm and restore, etc.).
/f the ID code of this first transmission event was previous/y/earned,
a single, long
error sound is emitted.
/fthe /D code of this first transmission was not previous/y/earned, the assignment
of zone number and ID code (which includes device serial number and sensor
point) is stored in the control memory, and the console emits a single, short
sound to acknowledge this fact and to request a duplicate transmission to verify
the assignment.
A second transmission should then be initiated. Upon reception of a second
transmission, the control compares this second (verify) event with the first (learn)
event.
a) If the two events match. the control keeps the assignment in EEPROM
memory and the console emits a double, short, acknowledge sound.
The “learned” ID code, together with other system attributes associated
with the particular zone are thus assigned to the selected zone number
for that transmitter’s sensor point.
b) If the second (verifv) transmission does not match the first (learn) transmission.the control awaits another transmission to match the most re~ently received one. If another matching transmission is not forthcoming,
(within a pre-determined time limit), the assignment is discarded.
OPTION 2
Manual ID Code Assignment
Method
Supplements REMOTE PROGRAMMING AND CONTROL (DOWNLOADING)
section on page 32.
At the downloading
computer location, the downloading
software for the
VISTA-1 O is brought up.
The identification code numbers can be entered at the screens where the zone
characteristics and communicator reporting codes are entered. If the 5800 RF
system has been properly selected (RF expander type 5881 ) on a previous
screen, the type of transmitter and identification code [which includes input (loop)
data...see pages 42 and 43] can be entered on the same line as the other items
for each zone. The factory pre-recorded serial number is read from the nonremovable portion of the transmitter case in a 7-decimal digit (telephone number)
format.
Mark the transmitters to be used in the installation (multi-point contact, singlepoint motion detector, single point smoke detecto~, multi-point emergency sensor, etc.) and enter their ID codes when programming other data for the system.
When the data that defines the system is downloaded, the identification codes
will be downloaded also and stored in EEPROM memory.
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RELAY
Output
OUTPUTS
No. 4204
Relay Module
The VISTA10 can support 4 relay outputs via the use of a 4204
Output Relay Module. This module provides form C (normally open and normally
closed) dry contacts on relays that can be programmed to activate or deactivate to
perform some action in response to a predetermined event such as turning on
lights and/or closing a fire door in the event of a fire alarm condition. There are
many different uses for these relays, some of which are suggested in the table on
page 44.
The unit can be located inside the control’s cabinet or remotely (see MOUNT/NG
THE CONTROL, LOCK, & PC BOARD section and the instructions that accompany the unit).
Setup
The 4204 Relay Module has 4 Form C relays. Each relay can be used
independently for different functions. The following steps should be taken to
moDerlv
set UD the
4204:
–..–--—,–-———
remote
console
terminals
i.-’ Connect
the 4204 to the control’s
(4-7), using standard 4-conductor twisted cable (for long wiring runs) or the
connector supplied with the 4204 (as shown in the Summary of Connections
diagram).
Set the 4204’s DIP switch for a device address of “1” (switch 2
“OFF” and switches 3, 4, 5 “ON”). Switch 1 determines the unit’s cover tamper response (“ON” = disabled, “OFF”= enabled).
/Vote: Some “early” units have only a 4-position DIP switch.
Set 1 to “OFF” and 2,3,4 to “ON”.
3. During programming (summarized here, but see the detailed procedure
in the PROGRAMMING THE SECURITY CONTROL section):
4204
OFF+
“--------M$2
n~m
ON
Program a “3” in field ●25.
Program fields *8O (Output Relays) and ●81 (Zone Lists) for the desired
relay responses.
Connect the desired field wiring to the unit’s relay contact terminals.
a.
b.
4.
Output
Relay Advisory
/f a re/ay is energized before a wired smoke detector is reset, the re/ay wi// be
stopped by the interruption of Aux, Power that resets the smoke detector. If this
is not desired, the power to the relay module should be supplied from another
12V power source (e.g., the same source that is powering external equipment
through the relay contacts).
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Mounting
the Cabinet
Installing the Lock
(if Used)
secured wthout a lock by using
E3E3zT!
The VISTA-1 O is supplied with a 12-1/2” (318mm) wide x 14-1/2” (368mm) high
x 3“ (76mm) deep cabinet suitable for use in residential installations.
Mount the control cabinet to a sturdy wall using fasteners or anchors (not
supplied) in a clean, dry area which is not readily accessible to the general public.
4 mounting holes are provided at the back of the cabinet.
Use an Ademco No. N6277 Cam
Lock and No. N6277-1 Push-On Clip
(Retainer Clip).
1. Remove the cabinet cover. /t is
easily removable for servicing
and is easily reinstalled.
2. Remove the lock knockout from
the control cabinet cover. Insert
the key into the lock. Position
the lock in the hole making certain that the latch will make contact with the latch bracket when
the door is closed.
3.
Installing the Control%
Clrcult Board Alone,
or ([f used),
with a 4204
IMPORTANT!
Before
installing
the
cabinet’s
contents,
be
sure to remove the appropriate
metal
cabinet
knockouts.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REMOVE THE KNOCKOUTS AFTER THE CIRCUIT BOARD HAS
BEEN INSTALLED.
/
g:;~~
[
t
o
LCCKED
RETNNEH
SLors
RmAINER CLIP
@
$., I
%
~ ““’’--\w_
While holding the lock steady,
insert the retainer clip into the
retainer slots. Position clip as illustrated to facilitate easy removal.
Crown
m
+
BoTroM
Control’s
Circuit Board
1. Hang two /ong mounting clips (provided) on the raised cabinet tabs (see Detail B below).
2. Inserl the top of the circuit board into the slots at the top of the cabinet. Make
sure that the board rests on the correct row (see Detail A ).
3, Swing the base of the board into the mounting clips and secure the board to
the cabinet with the accompanying screws (see Detail B).
4204
1. Insert self-tapping screws (provided) in two adjacent raised cabinet tabs.
Leave the heads projecting 1/8”.
2. Hang the unit on the screw heads via two of the slotted holes at the rear of its
housing, as shown.
3. The 4204’s cover can be left off if the unit’s DIP switch is set with its position 1
“ON” (to the right) as shown in its instructions. The tampered cover is necessary for installations outside of the control’s cabinet.
I
4204
-12–
\
““””
Installing
Control and
RF Receiver
Clrcult Boards
Together,
in the Same Cabinet
IMPORTANT!
the
Before
installing
cabinet’e
contents,
be
sure to remove the apmetal
cabinet
propriate
knockouts.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REMOVE THE KNOCKOUTS AFTER THE CIRCUIT BOARDS
HAVE BEEN INSTALLED.
1. Hang two short (black) mounting clips (provided with receiver) on the raised
cabinet tabs, as shown in Detail B below.
2. Insert the top of the receiver board (removed from its own case as described
in its instructions) into the slots at the top of the cabinet (see Detail A). Make
sure that the board rests on the correct row of tabs.
3. Swing the base of the board into the mounting clips and secure it to the cabinet with the accompanying screws (see Detail B).
4. Insert the top of the control’s board into the slot in the clips and position two
/ong (red) clips at the lower edge of the board (see Detail C).
5. Swing this board into place and secure it with two additional screws.
6. Insert grounding lugs (supplied with the receiver) through the top of the cabinet into the /eft-hand terminals of the antenna blocks (at the upper edge of
the receiver board) and secure them to the cabinet top with the screws provided, as shown in Detail D.
7. Insefi the receiver’s antennas through the top of the cabinet, into the blocks’
right-hand terminals, and tighten the screws.
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INSTALLATION
RCVR BOARD
dili!!li!!
Using Optional
Voice Module
Long Range Rad;~
CABIN-
If used, an optional No. 4285 Voice Module may be installed inside the control
cabinet (if space permits) or externally. Complete installation and connection
information (to the control’s console and telephone line connection points)
accompanies the voice module.
Connection of the No. 7720ECP Long Range Radio (to the control’s console
connection points) is described in the information that accompanies the radio.
Note:
The 4285 and 7720ECP have not been ,UL tested and cannot, therefore,
be used in a UL installation.
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(See Summary
IMPORTANT:
Wounding
the System
of Connections
Diagram on Page 47)
Do not connect the battery, or plug In the AC transformer,
until all other wiring connections have been completed.
Terminal 21 is the earth ground connection point. In order for the protective
devices in this product to be effective, the designated
terminal must be
terminated in a good earth ground. The following are examples of good earth
grounds available at most installations:
Metal cold water pipe: Use a non-corrosive metal strap firmly secured to the
pipe to which the lead, is electrically connected and secured.
AC power outlet gi’ound: Available from 3-prong, 120 VAC power outlets
only. To test the integrity of the ground terminal, use a 3-wire circuit tester with
neon lamp indicators, such as the UL Listed Ideal Model 61-035, or equivalent,
available at most electrical supply stores.
Terminals and
Connections
OPTIONAL
4285 VOICE MODULE
1 &2:
3:.
ancl
7720ECP
LONG RANGE RADIO
4:
Use of these devices
in conjunctionwith
AC Input (16.5VAC, 25VA) from No. 1321/TF2 plug-in transformer
(in U.S.A.).
/Vote: In Canadian installations, a No. 1321 CN transformer must be used.
Alarm relay output(+), 12VDC, 2.OA maximum.
600mA max (Alarm plus Aux Power) for UL usage.
Ground (-) Return for Alarm Output, Auxiliary Power and Wired Fire.
For Console
and 4281 /5881, and 5800TM, and/or 4204.
Via BLACK leads.
KeypadConnection
termJ~~r~7
5:
phoneterminals17-20
is describedin the
instructionsthat accompany
those devices.
Vote: Neither the 4285 nor the
+12VDC Outrmt (at 500mA max.) for Auxiliary Power and Wired Fire.
For Console
and 4281/5881, and 5800TM, and/or 4204.
Via RED Iead$
6:
LIE&!D from ConsoIe(s)T and 4281/5881, and 5800TM, and/or 4204.
Via GREEN leads.
7720ECP have vet been
Listed for UL installations,
7:
9:
10:
QatQM
to Console’
and 4281/5881, and 5800TM, and/or 4204.
Via YELLOW leads.
Zone 1.
Note:
For each zone used, a 1,000 Ohm EOLR should be
wired between the farthest sensor connected to the
zone terminal and the low side of the zone.
Zones 1 and 2 Return.
Zone 2 (see Note at zone 1)
11:
12:
Zone 3 (see Note at zone 1)
Zones 3 and 4 Return
13:
14:
15:
Zone 4 (see Note at zone 1)
Zone 5 (see Note at zone 1)
Zones 5 and 6 Return.
8:
16:
17:
18:
19;
20:
21:
Zone 6
Handset (TIP).
Handset (RING).
Incoming Phone Line (TIP).
Incoming Phone Line (RING).
EARTH GROUND (a proper earth ground must be provided to protect the
system from lightning and electrostatic discharge damage).
Warning:
To prevent the risk of electrical shock, disconnect the telephone line
at the Te/co jack before servicing the unit.
RED LEAD:
Battery (+). When AC is present, 13.8VDC is being developed to
recharge a gel lead acid battery and when AC is absent, 12VDC current is
drawn from the battery. Battery lead reversal will blow the battery fuse.
BLACK
LEAD:
Battery (-).
*
IJD to4 consoles mav be used (check total auxiliaw current. ~er SPECIFICATIONS). Consoles need not necessarily be on individual-home runs; but no more than 2’20’ of #22’wire or 550’ of #18 wire’should be used for each run.
Addressable consoles (e.g., 4137AD, 5137AD, 6128, 6137, 6138, and 6139) must be set to their non-addressable
mode (device ID 31 ).
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Power-up
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Make sure that the total current to be drawn from the Alarm Output terminals
(3& 4) and Auxiliary Power Output terminals (4& 5) does not exceed the
values indicated in the SPECIFICATIONS section and on the SUMMARY OF
CONNECTIONS diagram.
Wke the transformer to the panel (before connecting the battery) as shown
on the SUMMARY OF CONNECTIONS
diagram. Do not plug in at this
time.
Connect all loops, devices, consoles, etc. to the panel.
Plug the transformer into a 24 hour, uninterrupted AC outlet. After some initial displays (see page 17) and approximately one minute, the green POWER
or READY LED on the console(s) should be lit and the consoles should display “READY” (Fixed Word consoles) or “DISARMED READY TO ARM”
(Alpha consoles).
Connect the battery as shown in the SUMMARY OF CONNECTIONS
diagram.
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General
Information
Installer options are stored in non-removable, electrically erasable, non-volatile
EEROM memory. These options must be programmed for the particular installation to establish its specific alarm and reporting features.
Note:
It is possible to program the system at any time, even at the installer’s
premises prior to the actual installation. Simply apply power temporarily to
the control and then program the unit as desired.
THE SECURITY
CONTROL
IS PROGRAMMED
VIA A
5137AD OR 6139 ALPHA
CONSOLE
(or a download)
These consoles need not necessarily remain in the system after programming.
Note:
These addressable consoles must be set to their non-addressable mode
(device ID 31).
The initial sequence
sheet.
of entries
should
follow the order on the programming
Certain programming fiekfs, such as those used to select the expansion devices
(fields *22 and *25) must be programmed before expansion zones can be programmed. If an expansion unit type is changed, the expansion zones should be
reprogrammed.
When programming, the field number will be displayed on the LCD display; also,
each entry is displayed as it is keyed in. After programming, values that have been
entered in each field can be reviewed and, if necessary, modified.
When programming from the console, note the following:
1, Enter the Programming mode by simultaneously depressing the [X] and [#]
keys within 50 seconds after power is applied to the Control, or
subsequently by keying the code 4 + 1 + 1 + 1 followed by depression of
CODE + O keys. If a different Master code is subsequently
programmed,
use it instead of 4111 to gain access to the Programming mode. /f the Programming mode was exited previously using a ~98, it will prevent entry into
the Programming mode by the use of the Master Code+ CODE+ O.
2. Immediately following entry into the program mode, field *2O will be displayed.
Following the above display, the system is ready to accept entries for field
“20.
3. To program a data field, key [~] plus Field No. (for example, ++21), then
make the required entry.
Some entries require sequential pressings of [~] to actually enter the data. This is
true in the Zone and Relay fields *56, ’80, and *81 and the prompts will indicate
this. Entry of [#] will generally back up one entry position for review.
4.
5.
6.
7.
To simply review a data field, key [#] plus Field No.. Data will either be automatically sequentially displayed or can be displayed by successively pressing [#]. No changes will be accepted in this mode.
When a data field has been completely programmed, the console will normally
“beep” three times and then automatically display the next data field number
to be programmed (if not, key [x] plus the Field No. of the next field to be
programmed).
If the number of digits that you enter in the data field is less than the maximum
permitted (for example, phone number), then the console will display the last
data entered. To proceed, the next data field number to be programmed
must then be entered (for example, X42).
If a field is improperly entered, the console will display EE. Simply re-enter
[~] or [#] plus the field number.
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e
Summary of
Programming
Commands
ENTER PROGRAMMING MODE
INITIALIZE DOWNLOAD ID
AND
SUBSCRIBER ACCT NUMBER
FOR DOWNLOADING
SET ALL PROGRAM FIELDS
TO DEFAULT VALUES
EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
ADVANCE TO FIELD
PROGRAM FIELD
ERASE FIELDS
READ FIELD
Special Messages
PROCEDURE
FUNCTION
Oc=
1.
POWER UP, then depress
[~] and [#] both at once, within
50sec of powering up.
OR
2. Initially, key: 4 + 1 + 1 + 1
plus CODE key + O.
IOR
3. If different Master Code is programmed,
key:
MASTER CODE + CODE KEY + O
(if X98 was used to exit previously,
method 1 above must be used to enter
the program mode again)
X96
No data entry required,
loads defaults.
X97
No data entry required.
X98
Inhibits re-entw to Droaramminq
mode via type ~ or’3 efitry metfiod
above.
x99
Allows re-entry to programming
mode via type 2 or 3 entry method.
[~] + Field No. (e.g., 21, 38, 56, etc.)
[~] + Field No., followed by data entries.
Some fields require sequential pressings of
[++]to enter data (e.g., fields 56; 80, 81).
[+$] + Field No. + [+$] (only applies to
fields 40 thru 43 and 94).
[#] + Field No. Data will either be
automatically sequentially displayed or can
be displayed by successively p ressing [#].
OPEN CIRCUIT (no corer unication between Console and Control).
EE =
ERROR (program entry rr stake). Re-enter the field number or data).
After powering up, AC, dl (disabled) or System Busy and NOT READY will
be displayed after approximately 4 seconds. This will revert to READY in appx. 1
minute, which allows PIRS, etc. to stabilize. To bypass this delay, press: [#]+ [0].
If E4 or E8 appears, more zones than the expansion units can handle have been
programmed. Correct the programming and then completely de-power and repower the control to clear this indication and remove the disable indication.
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PROGRAMMING
DATA
FIELDS
I THE CENTERFOLD PROGRAMMiNG FORM CAN BE USED TO RECORD THE DATA FOR THIS INSTALLATION
SYSTEM SETUP
(“20-’27)
[
*2O
MASTER
CODE
Enter 4digits,0-9
{entry ofa114 ismandatory).
Use of a “9” in the last position inhibits the duress code feature.
*21
QUICK ARM ENABLE
If enabled, [#] key can be used instead of security code when arming .
Code is always required when disarming.
Enter O for disabled or 1 for enabled.
●22
RF SYSTEM TYPE
Select the RF system (receiver) type being used.
O = none; 1 = 5700 (4281); 2 = 5800 (5881)
*23
FORCED
BYPASS
FUNCTION
All zones that are bypassed by this function will be displayed after the
bypass is initiated.
1 = Allows quick bypass of all open zones.
O = No forced bypass.
*24
RF RECEIVER
HOUSE ID CODE
MUST enter for 5700 system’s 4281 type receiver, or 5800 system’s
5827 Wkeless Keypad or 5827BD Bidirectional Console.
Enter 01-31 House ID.
●25
OUTPUT
RELAY
MODULE
Enter 3 if relay module is being used, or O if not..
O = none; 3 = 4204
ZONE SOUNDS AND
TIMING
(*28-*39)
*26
VOICE MODULE
ACCESS
CODE
Supports the 4285 Voice Module on the console lines
(the 4285 has a permanent device address of 4).
To enable, enter two digits, 1st digit: 1-9
2nd digit: ‘~’ (enter #+1 1) or ‘#’ (enter #+12)
To disable, enter O in either position.
*27
OUTPUT TO LONG RANGE RADIO (e.g., No. 7720ECP)
Enter O for no or 1 for yes.
If yes is selected, any dialer report programmed to report to the PRIMARY
phone number (in field *47) will be sent, as well, via long range radio. All
dialer m long range radio reports will be in Contact ID format (regardless
of the selection made in field *46).
Note:
Program the radio for a device address of 3 on the keypad lines.
Full Trouble and Restore messages are sent.
●28
SINGLE ALARM SOUNDING PER ZONE (per armed
Affects external sounder only, if yes is selected.
Enter O for no or 1 for yes.
●29
FIRE SOUNDER
TIMEOUT
O = Fire sounder times out at end of bell timeout period (field ‘30).
1 = Fire sounder continues until silenced manually.
*3O
ALARM
BELL TIMEOUT
External sounder will shut off after time allotted. Enter 1 digit.
1 = 4 minutes
O = No timeout
3 = 12 minutes
2 = 8 minutes
●38
ENTRY
DELAY
System will wait the time allotted before sounding alarm upon entering.
(EXIT delay = Entry delay plus 15 seconds)
O = O see, 1 = 20 see, 2 = 30 see, 3 =45 see, 4 =60 see, 5 =90 sec.
’39
AUDIBLE
EXIT WARNING
When arming AWAY or MAXIMUM, console sounds slow beeps during exit
time, turning into fast beeps during last 5 seconds.
Enter O for no or 1 for yes.
period)
For UL insta//ations, entry de/ay can be no greater that 45 sec.
–18–
*
DIALER
PROGRAMMING
(*40-*50]
In Fields
’40,
*41,
●42:
●4O
PABX ACCESS CODE (See box at left)
Enter up to 4 digits if PABX code is needed to access an outside line. If
fewer than 4 digits entered, exit by pressing X (and press 41 if entering
next field). To clear entries from field, press X40X.
●41
PRIMARY
PHONE No. (See box at left)
Enter up to 12 digits. If fewer than 12 digits entered, exit by pressing X
(and press 42 if entering next field). To clear entries from field, press
*41*.
/Vote: Back-up reporting (8 calls are made to the secondary phone
number if no kiss-off is received after 8 attempts to the primary
number) is automatic only if there is a secondary phone number.
*42
SECONDARY
PHONE No. (See box at left)
Enter up to 12 digits. If fewer than 12 digits entered, exit by pressing X
(and press 43 if entering next field). To clear entries from field, press
X42X. See Note in field above.
*43
SUBSCRIBER
ACCOUNT.
No.
Enter digits O-9, #+1 l=B, #+12=C, #+13=D, #+14=E, or #+15=F.
Enter X as the fourth digit if a 3 digit acct no. (for 3+1 dialer reporting format) is used. Enter O as the first digit of a 4-digit acct no. for nos. 00000999. End field by pressing X (and press next field) if only 3 digits are
used. To clear entries from field, press X43+$.
*45
PHONE
SYSTEM
SELECT
Enter 1 digit to select dialing.
If Central Station Ffcvr is not on WATS line:
If Central Stat ion Rcvr Is on WATS line:
Enter up to the number
of digits shown.
Do not fill unused spaces.
Enter O-9,
#+1 1 for ‘*’,
#+12 for %’,
#+13 for a r)ause
w
●46
O = Pulse,
2 = Pulse,
1 = Tone
3 = Tone
REPORT
FORMAT
Determine format to be used to report to the central station. Enter 1 digit.
O= 3+1; 4+1 ADEMCO Low Speed Std.
1 = 3+1; 4+1 Radionics Standard
2.4+2 ADEMCO Low Speed Standard
6 = 4+2 ADEMCO Express
7 = ADEMCO Contact ID Reporfing
8.3+1; 4+1 ADEMCO Low Speed Expanded
3 = 4+2 Radionics Standard
9 = 3+1: 4+1 Radionics ExDanded
(Enter ~ as the 4th digit of ●
43, if 3+1 dialer reporting is to be u$ed.)
] For explanation of these formats, seepage
Notes:
*47
30. [
The maximum number of alarm and alarm restore reports during
one armed period is determined by field *92.
See field ●
27, which may override this field’s selection.
SPLIT/DUAL
REPORTING
Enter O to disable (Backup report only). To enable, enter 1–5.
TO SECONDARY PHONE No.
TO PRIMARY PHONE No.
Alarms, Restore, Cancel
Other Repotts
1=
2 = All Reports except Open/Close, Test
3=
Alarms, Restore, Cancel
4= All Reports except Open/Close, Test
(Dual Reporting)
All Reports
5=
●48
Open/Close, Test
All Reports
All Reports
Ail Repotis
DIALER
DELAY (BURGLARY)
15 SECOND
Allows time for subscriber to avoid a false alarm transmission.
Enter O for no or 1 for yes.
ARMING DING
(*51)
●49
PERIODIC
TEST
MESSAGE
Select the desired test report interval.
O = none; 1 =24 hours; 2 = weekly;
3 = monthly
Test Report Code entered in field ●64 is sent.
For UL installations, 24 hours (1) must be se/ectecf.
*5O
SESCOA/RADIONICS
SELECT
1 = SESCOA (O-9 only reporting)
O = Radionics (O-9, B-F reporting)
’51
CONFIRMATION
OF ARMING DING
Enter O for no or 1 for yes.
If selected, ding is external sounder only and will occur at time of kissoff of
closing repott. If closing reporl is not programmed, ding will occur at end
of exit time.
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ZONE
ASSIGNMENT/
ALARM
REPORT
CODES,
etc.
(*56)
*52
ZONE 3 RESPONSE
O = 400ms nominal
TIME TO OPEN
1 = 10ms nominal
*56
ZONE ASSIGNMENT/ALARM
REPORT
CODES
(and RF Input ID Learning for 5800 System)
REFER TO THE ZONE ASSIGNMENT TABLE FOR THIS FIELD
ON THE CENTERFOLD PROGRAMMING FORM
This field is used to program zone numbers, zone types, alarm and report
codes, and to identify the type of loop input device. This field can also be
used for “learning” 5800 series transmitter ID codes and for entering alpha descriptors for zones.
Zone Number (Znk UDon enterina field *56, enter the zone number
that you wish to program” (or [0][0] to ~eave zone” programming).
Enter Zn Num.
(OO=Quit)
20
Zone 20 entered~
Press [+$]. A summary display will come up, showing the status of that
zone’s program.
If it is programmed satisfactorily, press [#] to back up one step and enter
another zone number, if desired.
If the zone is not programmed, or you want to change it, press [++]. A
prompt for Zone Type will appear.
Zone Type (ZT): Each zone must be assigned to a zone type, which
defines the way in which the system responds to faults in that zone.
Enter the zone type code (or change it, if necessary). Zone types are
defined below.
Zone Type T
ZONE
RESPONSE
TYPE
DEFINITIONS
e 02 is not used m thsi svstem,
Eiiiim
Program a zone with this zone type if the zone is not used.
Zone Not Used
m
Entry/ExltBurglary
Perimeter
Interior,
This zone type provides entry delay whenever the zone is faulted if the control is
armed in the Away or Stay modes. When the panel is armed in the Instant or
Maximum modes, no entry delay is provided, Exit delay begins whenever the
control is armed, regardless of the arming mode selected. These delays are
programmable.
This zone tvpe is usually ass i aned to se nsors or contacts or_I
doors th roua h which primarv entrv and exit will take placa
Eiiiiml
This zone type gives an instant alarm if the zone is faulted when the panel is
armed in the Away, Stay, Instant or Maximum modes. This zone tv~e M US*
@aned
to all sensors or contacts on exter iro doors a nd windows,
m
Follower
This zone type is active when the panel is armed in the Away or Maximum modes.
Entry delay (using the programmed entry time) results if the panel is armed in the
Away mode and the entry/exit zone is faulted first. Otherwise this zone type gives
an instant alarm. Exitdelay is present for any arming mode. ~S
i
in
oazn
covrin
h as a fever, I
~ u II
r hal w
fter faultina th
ntrv/exit zon
t~ ro
re ach the console to disarm the svs tern. Since this zone type is designed to provide an instant alarm if the entry/exit zone is not violated first, it will protect an area
in the event an intruder hides on the premises prior to the system being armed, or
gains access to the premises through an unprotected area. This zone type is
bypassed automatically
when the panel is armed Stay or Instant.
IzYeQsl
This zone type will give an instant alarm if faulted when armed in the Away, Stay,
Instant or Maximum (night) modes. During the disarmed state (day), the system
Burglary
Trouble by Day/
Alarm by Night
will provide
a latched
trouble
sounding
from the console
(and a central
station
report, if desired). This zone tvDe is usuallv assianed to a zone which contains a
f il- r tect
~
verin
~This
zone type can _
also be used on a sensor or contact in an area where immediate notification of an
entry is desired.
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This zone type sends a report to the Central Station but provides no console
. .
display or sounding. This zone tvoe is usua Ilv assianed to a Tone contamw
Emeraencv butto n ,
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Alarm
This zone type sends a report to the Central Station, and provides a rapid
beeping sound at the console, and an audible external alarm. This zone tyDe is
usua Ilv assianed to a zone that has an Emeraencv butto n.
24-hour
Auxiiiary Aiarm
This zone type sends a report to Central Station and provides a rapid beeping
sound at the console. (No beii output is provided). This zone tvpe is usuallv assianed to a zone containing a button for use in Dersonal emergencies, or to
a zone containing monitoring devices such as water or temperature sensors, etc.
24-hour
24-hour
Silent Alarm
Audible
zone type provides a fire alarm on short circuit and a trouble condition on
EiiEmil This
open circuit. The bell output will pulse when this zone type is faulted. This zone
Supervised
Fire
type is always active and cannot be bypassed. This zone
control D anel wired zone 5 or to certain wireless zones.
interior
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w/Deiay
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Arm-Stay
m
Arm-Away
tvD e
can be ass ianed tQ
This zone type gives entry delay (using the programmed entry time), if tripped
when the panel is armed in the Away mode, regardless of whether or not an entry/exit delay zone was tripped first. This zone type is also active during Maximum
mode, but no entry delay is provided (an alarm occurs immediately if the zone is
tripped).
Exit delay is present for any arming mode. This zone type is
bypassed automatically
when the panel is armed Stay or instant .
This is a special purpose zone type used with 5800 series wireless pushbutton or
contact closure or opening, and which will result in arming the System in the STAY
mode when the zone is activated.
This is a special purpose zone type used with 5800 series wireless pushbutton or
contact closure or opening, and which will result in arming the system in the
AWAY mode when the zone is activated.
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Disarm
This is a special purpose zone type used with 5800 series wireless pushbutton or
contact closure or opening, and which will result in disarming the system when the
zone is activated.
Eia31
This zone type can be used on a zone when an output relay action is desired, but
with no accompanying alarm (ex. lobby door access).
No Aiarm Response
By using a 4281/5881 RF Receiver and the appropriate 5700/5800 series transmitters,
all of the above zone types are available for the wireless portion of the system.
When the display shows the zone type you want, press [~] to advance
EziEJ
:pre55[*1toad
Report Code (RC): The report code consists of 2 hexadecimal digits,
each in turn consisting of 2 numerical digits. For example, for a report
code of “3C”, enter [0][3] for “3” and [1][2] for “C”. Enter the numbers
...
Input Device (In): For the hard wired zones of the ViSTA-l O (HW),
and the zones for a 5700 system’s transmitters (RF), the Input Device
types are automatically assigned (Panic, Duress, and Tamper inputs are
not applicable).
m
For a 5800 system’s transmitters, “RF” is initially displayed, but should be
changed to “UR” (Unsupervised RF, enter 4) for units that can be carried
off-premises (e.g., No. 5801 ), or to “BR” (Button type RF, enter 5) for
small transmitters that cannot be supervised (e.g., Nos. 5802, 5802CP,
5803). Check the instructions that come with the transmitter for the
proper input. When all is okay, press [~] to advance to...
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Learning
RF Input (L): Applicable
to a 5800 system on/y.
Where a Yes No IS asked by the console, pressing the
EEE51 ‘0’”[*lor[ol’~or~i:equiva,ent
This request will be to learn the transmitter
can be learned here or via field *83.)
If “yes” is selected, open and close (or close and open), or press and r.lease the particular input to the transmitter twice. After the first time, a
single short beep will occur. After the second time, two short beeps will
mean that the control has accepted that transmitter into the system.
Because of the characteristics of the receiver, allow about 8 seconds between transmissions from button units (e.g., 5802, 5802CP, 5803). If a
long beep occurs, it means that the particular transmitter
input has
previously been registered in the system.
The display will revert to the summary line, with the accepted input (loop)
number under the”~ in the display.
Mark the zone number on the transmitter.
If all is okay, press [x].
TRANSMIT NOW
TYPICAL
DISPLAY
lZn~-RC
In:
input’s ID code. (The ID codes
L
kw2zE21
~
AcceptedInput (Loop) Number ~
Custom Alpha Editing: For all zone types, the next request is to
enter alpha descriptors for the zones. The entry may be done now (enter
1) or may be done at a later time via field *82 (enter 0),
E!Ezl
See the ALPHA DESCRIPTION
Enter Zn Num.
(OO=Quit)
00
ENTRIES section on page 29.
When all entries to be made for the zone at this time are complete, the
next zone number
can be entered
for programming,
or zone
programming
can be ended by entering [0][0] as the next “zone
number”.
I
Notes:
When using a 5801, the Input (Loop)”4” button should always be used and
learned by the system.
In field *56, at the summary line for each zone, the entered values can be
checked. If it is desired to change anyti-ling, press [#] to move to the previous
entry. Press [#] a number of times to move to earlier entries. Press [++] to move
to later entries again.
Zone entries can be reviewed by pressing [#][5][6]. Changes cannot be made
here, so this is safer for review. Enter the first zone number to be viewed and
press [#]. To view each zone, press [#] and the zone number will advance to
the next programmed zone. When the end of the list is reached, press [0][0] to
exit. This method of exiting may also be done at any time during the review.
To either temporarily or permanently remove a zone from the system, go into
20 Zone Type
programming mode and press [’][5][6]. Enter the zone number and press [X].
Not Used
00
At the Zone Type prompt, enter [0][0] and [~]. This sets the type of the zone
to Not Used. The next prompt will be “Delete Zone?”. “Yes” will permanently
remove the zone from the system while “No” will disable it but retain all data ex20 Delete Zone?
cept the original zone type. You can then go back to this zone later and put
1=Yes O=NO
back an active Zone Type to re-enable it,
I
An ID code that has been learned for a 5800 system will not be deleted if the
zone is disabled as described above. /f on/y the physics/ transmitter is to be removed or changed (i.e., its ID code deleted, as when repkicing a unit that has a
83. !n programming
non-removab/e battery), it can be done in field *56 o,- ●
mode, press [X][5][6], enter the zone number, and press [~] multiple times
until the cursor is under the Learned RF Input (L) position. This is the specific
input (loop) or button on the transmitter that has been learned for that zone. If a
[0] is entered at this point, a prompt “Delete S/N?” will appear. If “Yes” is
entered, this specific ID code will be deleted from the system,
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w
TO PROGRAM SYSTEM
STATUS & RESTORE
REPORT
CODES
(“60 -’75)
With a 3+1 or 4+1 Standard Format: Enter a code in the first digit box: 1-9, 0, B, C,
D, E, or F. Enter “#+1O for O, “#+11” for B, “#+12” for C, “#+13” for D, “#+14” for E, “#+15°
for F.
A “O”(not “#+10”) in the first digit box will disable a report.
A “O”(not “#+1O“) in the second digit box (if any) will result in automatic advance to the
next field when programming.
With an Expanded or 4+2 Format: Enter codes in both boxes (1st and 2nd digits)
for 1-9, 0, or B-F, as described above.
A “O (not “#+1O) in the second box will eliminate the expanded message for that report,
A “O”(not “#+1O) in both boxes will disable the report.
With Ademco Contact ID Reporting: Enter any digit (other than “O) in the first box,
to enable zone to report This is an “enabling” code only and is disregarded in the actual
reporting to the central office. Entries in the second boxes will be ignored.
A “O”(not “#+10) in the first box will disable the report.
n.F. .-—-,-.-—
—--—--———
.——,———
CJee cxarryxes on programming Term.
SYSTEM STATUS
REPORT CODES
(*60-*68)
*6O
*61
*6*
TROUBLE
BYPASS
AC LOSS
REPORT
REPORT
CODE
CODE
REPORT
(See box above.)
(See box above.)
CODE
(See box above.)
●63
LOW BAT REPORT
*64
TEST
●65
OPEN/EXIT
ALARM REPORT CODE, 1st DIGITS
Open Report Code : To enable, enter a code (or O to disable)
left-hand box (see box above ‘60).
For exoanded o r 4+2 re~ort in~ 2nd digit = User #.
REPORT
CODE (See box above.)
CODE
(See box above.)
in the
Exit Alarm Report Code: To enable, enter a code (or O to disable) in
the right-hand box (see box above ‘60). If enabled:
ANY ALARM FROM AN EXIT OR INTERIOR ZONE OCCURRING WITHIN TWO
MINUTES AFTER THE END OF THE EXIT DELAY will send a special message
indicating exit alarm to the central station, and a zone indication and “Exit Alarm”
or “EN is displayed on the console.
IF AN EXIT OR INTERIOR ZONE CONTAINS A FAULT AS THE EXIT DELAY
ENDS, the local bell and console sound continuously.
a) V the subscriber then disarms the system befo;e the ensuing ENTRY de/ay
ends, no message is transmitted to the central station, but a zone indication
and “Canceled Alarm” or “CA is displayed on the console.
b) //the system is not disarmed before that entry de/ay ends, a special message
indicating Exit Alarm is sent to the central station and a zone indication and
“Exit Alarm” or “EN is displayed on the console.
For ex~anded or 4+2 re~ortin~ a 2nd digit is sent, and is the same as the
2nd digit of the zone alarm report code programmed in field *56.
For Contact ID reportina~ Event code 374 and the zone number is sent.
There is no restore message for Exit Alarm report.
RESTORE
REPORT
CODES
(*69-*75)
●66
AWAY/STAY
CLOSE RPT CODE, 1st DIGITS (See box above.)
To enable, enter a code (or O to disable) in either or both boxes
For ex~anded or 4+2 reporting, 2nd digit for each= User #.
●67
RF XMTR.
*68
CANCEL
*69
GROUP RESTORES
FOR TROUBLE,
RF LOW
Enter: O for no (report for each restore),
oc 1 for yes (report after all zones restored).
Note: “1” not applicable to Contact ID reporting.
*7O
ALARM RESTORE
REPORT CODE, 1ST DIGIT
For exuanded or 4+2 reDortinm a 2nd digit is sent, and is the same as the
2nd digit of the zone alarm report code programmed in field *56.
*71
TROUBLE
*72
BYPASS
*73
AC RESTORE
*74
LOW
●75
RF XMTR.
BAT
LOW
BATTERY
REPORT
CODE
RESTORE
RESTORE
LOW
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CODE
(See box above.)
(See box above.)
REPORT
REPORT
REPORT
RESTORE
REPORT
CODE
REPORT
BATTERY
CODE
CODE
BAT,
BYPASS
(See box above.)
(See box above.)
(See box above.)
CODE
RESTORE
(See box above.)
CODE
(See box above.)
OUTPUT AND
SYSTEM SETUP
(“80-”92)
*8O
OUTPUT
Applicable
field.
RELAYS
25 is programmed
only if field ●
for a 4204... otherwise skip this
REFER TO THE OUTPUT RELA Y TABLE FOR THIS FIELD
IN THE PROGRAMMING FORM.
Relay Basics
Relays can be used to perform many different functions and actions. In this system, each relay must be programmed as to how to act (ACTION), when to activate
(START), and when to deactivate (STOP). Each of these is summarized briefly
below, but described later in detail in the programming procedure for fields ●8O
and *81.
1.
ACTION: The “ACTION” of the relay is how the relay will respond when it is
activated by the “START” programming. There are 4 different choices of
actions:
CLOSE for 2 SECONDS and then reset.
●
CLOSE and STAY CLOSED until deactivated by “STOP” programming.
PULSE ON and OFF until deactivated by “STOP” programming.
c NO RESPONSE is chosen when the relay is not used.
START: The “START” programming instructs the relay when and under
what conditions to activate. There are 3 patts to be programmed:
EVENT instructs the relay what condition must occur to the zone(s) programmed into the “ZONE LIST” in order to activate the relay. The
“EVENT” and “ZONE LIST” work together. The 4 different choices for
“EVENT” are listed in the PROGRAMMING section for field “80.
ZONE LIST is a list of zones selected by the installer in field ●81 .When an
event occurs as assigned by “EVENT” on any zone within that list, the
relay will activate as selected in “ACTION”. In this way, many zones can
be assigned very easily to a single event. For example: You may wish
a relay to activate (perhaps to activate a strobe for a visual indication)
whenever any zone in a group of zones is faulted.
ZONE TYPE/SYSTEM OPERATION. Instead of using a “ZONE LIST” and
“EVENT”, a specific zone (response) type or system operation action
can be selected to activate the relay.
If a specific
“ZONE TYPE” is chosen,
any zone of that response type going into alarm, trouble, or fault will cause the relay to activate as selected in “ACTION”.
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2.
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●
W
If a “SYSTEM OPERATION”
is chosen, that operation will cause
the relay to activate as selected in “ACTION”.
The different choices for “ZONE TYPE” and “SYSTEM OPERATION”
are listed in the PROGRAMMING section for field ’80.
3.
STOP: The “STOP” programming instructs the relay when and under what
conditions to deactivate. The 2 parts to be programmed are:
RESTORE ZONE LIST. If a “RESTORE ZONE LIST” is used, the relay will
deactivate when all the zones in that list restore from a previous fault of
alarm condition. This will occur regardless of what is programmed to
“START” the relay; therefore, a “RESTORE ZONE LIST” would normally only be used when a “ZONE LIST” is used to start the relay.
ZONE TYPE/SYSTEM
OPERATION.
Instead of using a “RESTORE
ZONE LIST”, a specific zone (response) type or system operation action can be selected to deactivate the relay.
If a specific
“ZONE TYPE” is chosen,
any zone of that response type that restores from a previous alarm, trouble, or fault condition will cause the relay to deactivate.
If a “SYSTEM OPERATION”
is chosen, that operation will cause
the relay to deactivate.
The different choices for “ZONE TYPE” and “SYSTEM OPERATION”
are listed in the PROGRAMMING section for field ’80.
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●
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Upon entering field ●
80, this screen will appear. Enter the Relay Number 01, 02,
03, or 04 for a 4204 (or 00 to end these entries). Press the [++] key to advance.
Ex!Ea
The data is keyed in and entered for this and the following screens by pressing
[*].
To
back up to check an entry, p reea [#] for each position. Press [~] to go forward again.
Re\ay beingprogrammed.
This screen displays a summary of the current relay START programming
example, relay 02 has been selected). Press the [~] key to advance.
(for this
This screen displays a summary of the current relay STOP programming.
the [~] key to advance.
Press
Action (A~ Enter the desired relay action. Press the [~] key to advance.
2 = Close and Stay Closed
o = Not Used
1 = Close for 2 seconds
3 = Continual Pulses (1 see) On and Off
Event (EV): Enter the event to START the relay. Press the [+$] key to advance.
2 = Fault
o = Not used
1 = Alarm
3 = Trouble
Zone List (ZL): If a zone list will be used to START the relay action, enter the
zone list number (to be programmed in field ●81 ): 1, 2, or 3. If not used, enter O.
Press the [~] key to advance.
Zone Type/System
Operation
(zT): If a zone type or system operation will
be used to START the relay action, enter the appropriate two digit code. If not,
enter 00. Press the [~] key to advance.
CHOICES FOR ZONE TYPES
00= Not Used
05= Trouble Day/Alarm Night
06= 24 Hr Silent
07= 24 Hr Audible
01 = Entry/Exit
03= Perimeter
04= Interior Follower
CHOICES
20= Arming-Stay
21 =
22=
31 =
32=
**Or
Es_3
E==7
FOR SYSTEM
08= 24 HrAux
09= Fire
10= Interior w/Delay
OPERATION
33= Any Burglaty Alarm
34= Code+ #+7 Key Entry
Arming-Away
Disarming (Code + OFF)
35= Code+ # + 8 Key Entry
36= At Bell Timeout**
End of Exit Time
37= 2 times Bell Timeout**
Start of Entry Time
at Disarming, whichever occurs earlier.
38= Chime
39= Any Fire Alarm
40= Bypassing
41 = AC Power Failure
42= System Battery Low
“Restore of” Zone List (ZL): If a zone list will be used to STOP the relay action, enter the zone list number (to be programmed in field ‘81): 1, 2, or 3. If not
used, enter O. Press the [~] key to advance.
Zone Type/System
Operation (ZT): If a zone type or system operation will
be used to STOP the relay action, enter the appropriate two digit code (see the
“~
choices listed above). If not, enter 00. Press the [++] key to advance.
This screen again displays a summary of the current relay START programming.
Press the [++] key to advance.
again displays a summary of the current relay STOP programming.
Press the [~] key to return again to the first screen so that the next relay number
to be programmed can be entered, or enter [0][0] to end relay programming.
This screen
/Vote:
Previous/y entered data can be reviewed by pressing [#] [8] [0]. After the’
relay number is chosen, press [#] to go to the next screens. This is a review mode onty, and data cannot be changed.
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Example of
Output Relay
Programming
FOR OTHER EXAMPLES
SEE THE TABLE
ON PAGE 44
Let us light an indicator
when any one of 3 specific
zones are
faulted or when any 24 hour aux. zone is disturbed.
We want to
turn off the indicator
manually without affecting the arming status
of the system.
In field *8O we choose Output Relay 01 and program the Action (A) to be “2”
(Close and stay closed). The Event we are looking for to start the relay action is a
fault, so we will program “2” in (EV). We will use Zone List 1 for the 3 specific
zones, so will program “1” in (ZL), (and will program these 3 zones in field ●81’s
Zone List 1).
The second condition for turning on the indicator is triggering a 24 hour aux. zone
(Zone Type 08), so we will program (ZT) as “08”.
To stop relay action and turn off the indicator, we do not want to use a restore of
any zone, so we will program a “O” for the “Restore of’ Zone List (ZL). To choose a
manual entry of User Code+ [#] + ~] to turn it off, we will program (ZT) as “34”.
If no other relay is to be programmed we go to field ●81 and program the 3 specific
zones in Zone List 1.
’81
Zone List Displays
ZONE LISTS FOR OUTPUT
RELAYS
Applicable only if field *25 is programmed for a 4204... otherwise skip this
field.
Upon entering field *81, this screen will appear. Enter the Zone List Number 01,
02, or 03 to program (or 00 to end these entries). Press the [~] key to advance.
In the following displays, zone list 03 has been selected for programming.
J Zone List selected.
Enter each zone number to add to the zone list by first entering the zone number,
then the [x] key (ex., 01X, 02X, 03X). After all desired zones are entered, enter
mootoacfvance.
FEzl
To delete the zone list, enter 1 (Yes). All zones in the zone list will be deleted
automatically and programming will return to the first screen.
To save the zone list, enter O (No) to advance.
0 =‘0
1 = ‘es
rescreen
To delete a zone or zones in a zone list enter 1 (Yes) to advance.
O = NO 1 = Yes
m
O
0
00
To save the entire zone list, enter O (No) and programming
will return to the first
Enter each zone to be deleted from the list, followed by the [x] key. After all
zones to be deleted are entered, enter 00 to return to the first screen so that
another list can be programmed, if desired. .
Notes:
Any list may include any or all of the system’s zone numbers.
“ A zone list can be assigned to more than one output relay.
If you only want to re~iew what has been programmed previously,
enter [#][8][1 ]. The review can be advanced by using the [#] key.
When finished, enter [0][0] to quit. No programmed values can be
disturbed in this mode.
●
●
*82
CUSTOM
ALPHA
EDITING
~ See ALPHA DESCRIPTION
DOWNLOAD
INFORMATION
(*94, *95)
(Also entered from field
ENTRIES
●56)
section on page 29; 1
●83
ADD/DELETE
5800 RF INPUT IDs (Serial
See procedure in last paragraph of field ●56.
●92
MAXIMUM
NUMBER
OF REPORTS
PER ARMED
PERIOD
Enter: O for a maximum of 10 total alarm plus alarm restore reports,
or: 1 for an unlimited number (must be se/ected for U/- insta//ations).
*94
DOWNLOAD
PHONE
NUMBER
Enter up to 12 digits, O-9, #+11 for ‘x’, #+12 for ‘#’, #+13 for a pause. Do
not fill unused spaces. If fewer than 12 digits entered, end field by
entering X (and press next field number). To clear field, press X94X.
*95
RING DETECTION
COUNT FOR DOWNLOADING
Enter number of rings before control picks up phone line (or O or 15).
O = disable station initiated download
1-14=
#of rings
15=
answering machine defeat
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Nos
& Sensor
Pts)
●96
INITIALIZE
DOWNLOAD
ID AND SUBSCRIBER
FOR DOWNLOADING
(No data entry required, loads defaults)
*97
SET ALL PROGRAM
(No data entry required)
FIELDS
TO
DEFAULT
ACCT.
No.
VALUES
Press X98 or *99 if exiting programming,
or next Field No. if continuing.
To EXIT
PROORAMMINQ
(*98
EXITS PROGRAMMING
MODE and prevents
Master Code + CODE + O
’98
MODE
or
*99)
●
~ ~
EXITS PROGRAMMING
MODE and abvs
Master Code + CODE + O
or by:
Power-up
+ x + #.
re-entry by :
re-entry by:
.
ALPHA DESCRIPTION
ENTRIES
See the ALPHA FIXED DICTIONARY and CHARACTER CHART on page 29.
If using a 4285 Voice Module, selection from the group of words in boldface type is suggested.
The voice module will not provide annunciation of the other words.
Assigning
Zone Descriptors
Entering
Zone Descriptors
(in f~eld *56 or *82)
The AIDha Console used with the control can have a user-friendly
Enalish
language description/location
of all protection zones, keypad panic;, an~ RF
receiver supervision faults programmed into the system. Each description can be
composed of a combination of words (up to a maximum of 3) selected from a vocabulary of 244 words stored in memory (see page 29). In addition, up to 5 installer-defined words can be added to those already in memoty. Thus, when an
alarm or trouble occurs in a zone, an appropriate description for that zone’s location will be displayed at the console.
Note:
Alpha Descriptor entry can be done locally at the Aluha Console or remotely using V-Link Downloading
Sofiware.
Th”e Alpha Console
procedure is described below.
1.
The descriptor can be entered when the zone is being defined in field *56 or
it can be entered later, in field ●82.
2. Key [X][O][l] to begin entering the description for zone 1 (key [X][O][2] for
zone 2, [X][O][3] for zone 3, etc.). /f nothing was entered previous/y, the following will be displayed:
~
Note that the first letter of the alphabet appears after the zone number, and
that the zone number is automatically included with the description. /f there
already is a description for the zone, the description will appear (with no cursor, since this is a display mode). Ifit is desired to enter or change a description, key in [~] + Zone Number again. A flashing cursor will now appear.
of entering
the words can now be used
3. One of two methods
(assume, for example that the desired description for zone 7 is BACK DOOR):
a) Press [#] followed
by the 3 digit number of the first word
from the fixed dictionary
shown on page 29 (e.g., [0][1 ][3] for
BACK). Press [6] in order to save the word and proceed, or...
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b)
IN STEPS 3-5,
THE CONSOLE KEYS
PERFORM
THE FOLLOWING FUNCTIONS
[3]
Advances through alphabet
and actual words in alphabetical order.
[1]
Moves backward through
alphabet and actual words
in alphabetical order.
[6] Toggles between alphabet
and actual word list; used to
accept entries.
[8]
Saves the zone description
in the system’s memory.
4.
5.
6.
Adding Custom Words
(will not be annunciated
by 4285 Voice Module)
IN STEPS 3-6.
THE CONSOLE KEYS
PERFORM
THE FOLLOWING FUNCTIONS
[3]
Advances through alphabet, symbols, and numbers.
[1]
Moves backward through
alphabet,
numbers
and
symbols.
[6]
Selects
desired
letter;
moves cursor one space to
right.
Moves cursor one space to
left.
[4]
[7]
Inserts a space at the cursor location, erasing any
character located there.
[8]
Saves the new word in the
system’s memory.
Select the first letter of the desired description
(note that “A”
is already displayed). Press key [3] repeatedly to advance through the alphabet (e.g., to “B”), or key [1] to go backward. Then press [6]to display
the first available word beginning with the desired letter (e.g., BABY).
Next, press [3] repeatedly to move forward, or [1] to move backward, until
the desired word is displayed (e.g., BACK). Then press [6] to accept the
word and toggle back to the alphabet list.
For selection of the next word (e.g., DOOR), repeat steps 3a or 3b. For 3b,
press key [3] until the first letter of the next word appears (e.g., “D”). Then
press [6] to display the first available word beginning with that letter (e.g.
DAUGHTERS). Press [3] repeatedly until the desired word (e.g., DOOR) appears. To accept the word, press [6], which toggles back to the alphabet list.
When all desired words have been entered, press [8] to store the description
in memory.
56, the next zone number in sequence will now be displayed for
In field ●
cornp/ete zone information entry.
/rr r?e/d *82, enter ~][N][N], where NN is the next zone that you want to review
or for which you want to program a descriptor. To modify the descriptor, enter
[+#][N][N] again. To exit this mode, press [X][O][O].
Up to five installer-defined words can be added to the built-in vocabulary. Each of
the five “words” can actually consist of a “word string” of severs/ words, but no
more than ten characters can be used for each word or word string.
1. Select CUSTOM WORD mode when the question arises.
2. Key the number ([1]-[5]) of the custom word or word string to be created (for
example, if you are creating the first custom word or word-string, enter [1], for
the second, enter [2], etc.). A cursor will now appear at the beginning of the
second line.
3. One of two methods
of enterina
the custom word’s characters
can now be used (refer to the CHAR~CTER LIST of letters, numbers, and
symbols on the next page)
hnportant
Custom words must begin with an alphabetic character, If a number
or symbol is used as the first character, the word will not be saved.
a) Press the [#] key, followed
by the two digit entry for the
first letter you would like to display (e.g., [6][5] for “A”), or...
b) Use the [3] key to advance
through
the list of symbols,
numbers, and letters. Use the [1] key to move back through the list.
4. When you have reached the desired character, press [6] to select it. The cursor will then move to the right, in position for the next character.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to create the desired word(s). Note that the [4] key can
be used to move the cursor to the left, if necessary, and that key [7] can be
used to enter a blank (or erase an existing character). Remember, no word or
word-string can exceed 10 characters.
6.
Press the [8] key to save the custom word(s) and return to the “CUSTOM ?“
display. Repeat steps 2-5 for other custom words to be entered. To change a
custom word, just overwrite it. If no more are to be entered now, press [0] to
return to the Descriptor entry. The custom word(s) will be automatically added
to the built-in vocabulary.
When zone descriptors are being entered as described in step 3a of the Entering
Zone Descriptors section, the custom word numbers are 250 to 254 for words 1
to 5 respectively. When being entered as described in step 3b of that section,
each word will be found at the end of the group of words that begin with the same
letter as it does.
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ALPHA FIXED DICTIONARY
(For Entering Zone Descriptors)
000
●
001
●
002
003
004
005
●
006
. 007
008
●
009
010
011
(Word Space)
AIR
ALARM
ALCOVE
ALLEY
AMBUSH
AREA
APARTMENT
ART
ATTIC
AUDIO
AUXILIARY
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012 BABY
013 BACK
014 BAR
015 BARN
016 BASEMENT
017 BATHROOM
018 BED
019 BEDROOM
020 BELL
021 BLOWER
022 BOILER
023 BOITOM
024 BOX
025 BREAK
026 BUILDING
027 BURNER
028
029
030
031
032
033
034
035
038
037
036
039
040
041
042
043
044
045
046
047
CABINET
CALL
CAMERA
CAR
CASE
CASH
Cclv
CEILING
CELLAR
CENTRAL
CIRCUIT
CLIP
CLOSED
COIN
COLD
COATROOM
COLLECTION
COMBUSTION
COMPUTER
CONTACT
048
049
050
051
052
053
DAUGHTERS
DELAYED
DEN
DESK
DETECTOR
DINING
Note:
065
066
067
EAST
ELECTRIC
EMERGENCY
069
070
071
072
EQUIPMENT
EXECUTIVE
EXIT
EXTERIOR
061
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062
063
064
DISCRIMINATOR
DISPLAY
DOCK
DOOR
DORMER
DOWN
DOWNSTAIRS
DR4WER
DRIVEWAY
DRUG
DUCT
054
055
056
057
058
059
060
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073
074
075
076
077
078
079
080
081
062
063
084
085
066
087
088
089
090
091
092
093
094
FACTORY
FAILURE
FAMILY
FATHERS
FENCE
FILE
FIRE
FLOOR
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POT
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095
096
097
098
099
100
“ 101
102
103
106
107
108
109
110
LAUNDRY
LEFT
LEVEL
LIBRARY
LIGHT
111 LINE
112 LIQUOR
113 LIVING
114 LOADING
115 LOCK
116 LOOP
117 LOW
118 LOWER
119
120
121
122
123
+24
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
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MACHINE
MAGN~lC
MAIDS
MAIN
MASTER
MAT
MEDICAL
MEDICINE
MICROWAVE
MONEY
MONITOR
MOTHERS
MOTION
MOTOR
MJ)
FURNACE
GALLERY
GARAGE
GAS
GATE
GLASS
GUEST
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HALL
HEAT
HIGH
HOLDUP
HOUSE
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INFRARED
INSIDE
INTERIOR
INTRUSION
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134
135
NORTH
NURSERY
136
137
136
139
140
141
142
OFFICE
OIL
OPEN
OPENING
OUTSIDE
OVERFLOW
OVERHEAD
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143 PAINTING
144 PANIC
145 PASSIVE
146 PATl O
147 PERIMETER
148 PHONE
149 PHOTO
150 POINT
151 POLICE
152 POOL
153 POWER
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154
RADlo
REAR
RECREATION
REFRIG
REFRIGERATION
FF
RIGHT
ROOM
163 ROOF
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FREEZER
FRONT
FUR
155
156
157
156
159
160
161
162
164 SAFE
FOYER
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KITCHEN
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105
QUAD
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104 JEWELRY
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165 SCREEN
166 SENSOR
167 SERVICE
168 SHED
169 SHOCK
170 SHOP
171 SHoRT
172 SHOW
173 SIDE
174 SKYLIGHT
175 SLIDING
176 SMOKE
177 SoNlc
178 SONS
179 SOUTH
180 SPRINKLER
181 STAMP
182 STATION
163 STEREO
184 STORE
165 STORAGE
166 STORY
187 STRESS
168 STRIKE
189 SUMP
190 SUPERVISED
191 SUPERVISION
192 SWIMMING
193 SWITCH
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
TAMPER
TAPE
TELCO
TELEPHONE
TELLER
TEMPERATURE
THERbKX3TAT
TOOL
TRANSMlllER
TRAP
204
205
206
207
208
ULTRA
UP
UPPER
UPSTAIRS
UTILITY
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209
210
211
212
VALVE
VAULT
VIBRATION
VOLTAGE
213
214
215
216
217
216
219
220
221
WALL
WAREHOUSE
WASH
WEST
WINDOW
WINE
WING
WIRELESS
WORK
222
XMITTER
223
YARD
224
225
ZONE
ZONE
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
0
1
1ST
2
2ND
3
3RD
%
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
:TH
5
m
6
6TH
7
71H
8
6TH
9
m
(No.)
250
CUStOIYI
Wotd #i
251
CustomWOIYJ
#2
252
Custom word X3
253
CustomWord#4
254
customword #5
Bulleted (4 words in boldface type are those that are also available for use bv the 4285 Voice Module. If
using a voi’ce module, and word; -other than these are selected for alpha desc~ptors, the voice module will
not provide annunciation of those words.
CHARACTER
(ASCII) CHART
(For Adding Custom Words)
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
;
<
=
68
69
70
D
E
535
546
55 7
62 >
63 ?
64@
71
72
73
56
57
58
65
66
67
74
75
76
(space)
!
,,
41
42
43
)
*
+
50
51
52
#
$
44
,
i
0
1
%0
:;
&
47
48
49
(
2
3
4
6
9
:
59
60
61
A
B
C
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M
N
86
87
v
W
F
77
78
79
0
G
H
I
80
61
82
P
Q
R
88
89
90
x
Y
z
J
K
L
83
84
85
S
T
U
Report
Code Formats
The Report
Codes
for Alarm,
System
Status,
and Restore
for
Zones shown in program fields *56-*75 can be selected in field *46
to report to the central station in any of the following formats:
Note:
If OUTPUT TO LONG RANGE RADIO (field *27) is enabled, all dialer and
long range radio reports will be sent in Contact ID format (see next page),
regardless of the selection made in field ●46.
The 3+1 and 4+1 Standard formats comprise a 3 (or 4) digit subscriber
number and a single digit report code (e.g. Alarm, Trouble, Restore, Open,
Close).
The 3+1 and 4+1 Expanded formats comprise a 3 (or 4) digit subscriber
number, and a single digit report code, followed by a second line where the report
code is repeated 3 (or 4) times and followed by another number (normally the
zone number) or user ID related to that report.
The 4+2 formats comprise either a 4 digit subscriber number and two digit
report code, or a 4 digit subscriber
number and single digit report code,
immediately followed by tfie zone number (normally) or use~ ID. 3+1,
Report
4+1
Standard
Alarm
SSS(S) A
3+1,
4+1
Expanded
4+2
SSS(S) A
Ssss Az
_
AAA(A) Z
SSS(S) T
-rI-r(T) t
SSS(S) B
BBB(B) b
SSS(S) E
EEE(E) Ac
SSSS Tt
SSS(S) L
SSS(S) L
SSSS LLB
Sss(s)
LLL(L) L6
Sss(s) o
Ssss Ou
Trouble
SSS(S) T
Bypass
SSS(S) B
AC Loss
SSS(S) E
Low Batt
Open
o
Close
Sss(s)c
Test
SSS(S) G
Restore
SSS(S) R
Alarm
AC Restore
SSS(S) RA
000(0) u
Sss(s)c
ccc(c)u
SSS(S) G
;::~Gg
SSSS Bb
SSSS EAc
Ssss Cu
SSSS Gg
SSSS RZ
RRR(R) Z
SSS(S) RA
SSSSRA ~
RARARA(RA)~
Lo Bat Res.
SSS(S) RL
SSS(S) RL
RLRLRL(RL)LB
SSSS RLL6
Trouble Res.
SSS(S) Rl-
SSS(S) RT
RTRTRT (RT)t
SSSS RTt
Bypass Res.
SSS(S) RB
SSS(S) RB
SSSS RBb
RBRBRB (RB)b
!mem
SSS or
SSSS =
A=
Z=
Tt =
Bb =
Subscriber ID
Alarm Code-lst digit
Typically Zone Number*-2nd digit
Trouble Code (Ist & 2nd digits)
Bypass Code (1st& 2nd digits)
EAc
AC Loss Code (lst & 2nd digits)
=
LLB =
O=
Low Battery Code(l st & 2nd digits)
Open Code-1st Digit
‘Zone numbers fon
[x]&[#], or [B] = 7
Duress = 8
Tamper = 9
C=
U=
Gg =
R=
RTt =
R6 b =
RAAC =
RLLB =
Close Code-1st Digit
User Number (1st & 2nd digits)
Test Code (lst & 2nd digits)
Restore Code (Alarm) 1st & 2nd digits
Restore Code (Trbl)l st & 2nd digits
Restore Code (Byps)l st & 2nd digits
Restore Code (AC)l st & 2nd digits
Restore Code (Bat)lst & 2nd digits
[1]+ [x], or [A ] = 95
[3] + [#], or [C] =96
(continued)
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The Ademco Contact ID Reporting format comprises a 4 digit subscriber
number, 1 digit event qualifier (“new” or “restore”), 3 digit event code, 2 digit
“00”, and 3 digit zone, contact ID, user, or system status number.
Ademco Contact ID Reporting takes the following format:
CCCC Q EEEGG ZZZ
whale CC(% = Customer (subscriber) ID
Q= Event qualifier, where E = new event, and R = restore
EEE = Event code (3 hexadecimal digits, defined in the table below)
GG =
ZZZ=
Always 00.
Zone/contact ID number reporting the alarm, or user number for
open/close reporta. System status messages (AC Loss, Walk
Test, etc.) contain zeroes in the ZZZ location.
TABLE OF CONTACT ID EVENT CODES
Code
110
121
122
123
131
Code
I Definition
I Fira Alarm
Duress
Silent Panic
Audible Panic
Perimeter Burglary
I
\
#E!!E==
302
333
353
373
Low System Battery
Expansion Module Fail
LR Radio Trouble
Fire Looo Trouble
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374
380
381
383
384
401
406
407
408
441
570
601
602
I Definition
I Exit Alarm
Trouble (global)
Loss of Supervision -RF
Sensor Tamper
RF Transmitter Low Battery
O/C By User
Cancel by User
Remote Arm/Disarm (Download)
Quick Arm
Armed STAY
Bypass
Test - Manually Triggered
Periodic Test
I
General
Note:
Information
Downloading
is not permissible
for UL insta//ations.
Equipment
Required
The VISTA-1 O can be remotelv woarammed from an IBM comDatibie Personal
Computer (PC), a Hayes Modern,”and Ademco’s V-LINK@ Softwa}e (see below).
Programming the control from a remote location is protected against compromise
by someone attempting to defeat the system, by using multi-levels of security
protection:
,
Code Handshake:
An 8-digit download
ID code must be
. Security
matched between the control and the downloading software.
The installer or subscriber initi2. Site Initiated Remote Programming:
ates the callback from the subscriber premises (by pressing MASTER CODE
+ # + 1) while disarmed. All parameters can then be downloaded via the
phone lines using a personal computer.
The operator calls the site
3. Station Initiated Remote Programming:
from your office to initiate the download call. The control hangs up and then
calls back the PC via the preprogrammed telephone number. The unit can
then be uploaded, downloaded, or controlled from your office .
4. Data Encryption:
Data passed between the PC and the control is encrypted for security so that it is very difficult for a foreign device tapped into
the phone line to take over communication and substitute system compromising information.
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At the premises:
. VISTA-1 O and console.
At the installer’s
office/home:
An IBM PC compatible computer.
. Either.- A Hayes brand Smartmodem
1200 [Level 1.2 or higher external
or Level 1.1 or higher (with 4 position DIP switch) internal style],
or: A Hayes brand Optima 24 Plus FAX96 Modem (set Aux Modem
Command to: XL?D2AC18KJO).
●
.
.
Programming
A V-Link Downloading Software Diskette (Rev. 3.0, or higher).
Appropriate interconnecting cables.
The downloading system can perform many functions when in communication
with the control unit. Besides uploading and downloading, the status of the system can be observed and various commands can be initiated, as follows:
Arm the System in the Away Mode; Disarm the System.
Bypass a Zone.
Force the System to Accept a New Program Download.
Shut Down Communication
(dialer) Functions (non-payment of monitoring
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fees in an owned system).
for a leased system).
Inhibit Local Keypad Programming (prevents account takeover).
Command the System to Upload a Copy of its Resident Program to the office.
Read: Arminq Status, AC Power Status, Lists of Faulted Zones, Bv~assed
Zones, Zone; Currently in Alarm, Zones Currently in Trouble, and RF “Sensors
with Low Battery Conditions.
Notes: After the control and the PC have established valid communication. each
console on the system will become inactive and will display “CC” or *’MODEM
COMM.”. The control, however, will still be scanning its zones and looking for
alarms. If an alarm does occur, after communication is broken off, alarms are
sounded and the proper dialer reports are sent to the central station. The consoles will become active after the download communication is terminated. The
detailed operation of the download functions is covered in the installation instructions for the V-Link Downloading Software Diskette.
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Shut Down all Security System Functions (non-payment
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Remote Programming
Advisory Notes
.
Alarm and trouble reporting may be delayed during the time that the system
and the Downloading
Software are linked to each other following a valid
exchange of codes, but the proper message will get through to the Central
(continued)
Station after the link is broken.
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Keypad entries are ignored during the time interval stated above.
A copy of the program downloaded may be produced from the IBM PC
compatible computer, using the product’s internal report generator, when an
optional printer is connected (consult your PC manual for proper printer and
connections).
Program Upload Time-One
minute fifteen seconds for a complete program.
Program Download Time-Depends
on changes. Average time, one minute.
SECURITY CODES
Master Code
User Codes
The installer programs the 4-digit Master Code initially as part of the programming
procedure (see PROGRAMMING THE SYSTEM). The factory default Master code
is “411 l“.
The Master code can permit re-ent~ into the programming mode and also, in
normal operation mode, is used to enter the user codes, which also allow access
to the normal functions of the system.
See the PROGRAMMING
section for information on exiting the programming
mode via fields ●98 or ●99.
In normal operation mode, the Master security code can be used to assign
up to six secondary security codes. It can also be used to remove secondary
codes from the system (individually).
To assign
(or change)
a Secondary
security
Master Code + [CODE] key+ User # (2, 3,4,5,6,
code, enter:
or 7) + desired Seconda~
The system will emit a single beep when each secondaty
cessfully entered.
To delete a Secondary
security code, enter:
Master Code + [CODE] key+ User # (2,3,4,5,6,
Code
code has been suc-
or 7)
Notes:
All Master and Secondary security codes permit access to the system for arming, disarming, etc.
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KEYPAD
General
If a secondary code is inadvertently repeated for different users, or one user’s
code is another’s duress code (4th digit increased by 1), the lower user number
will take priority.
Opening and closing reports are sent for the Master code as No. 1. User codes
are sent as Nos. 2 through 7 respectively.
FUNCTIONS
Information
Note that if QUICK ARM is enabled (field ●21 ), the [#] key can be pressed instead
of entering the security code, for any of the arming procedures (Away, Stay, instant, Maximum, etc.).The security code is a/ways required, however, when disarming the system.
The keypad allows the user to arm and disarm the system, and perform other system functions, such as bypassing zones, and display zone descriptors. Zone and
system conditions (alarm, trouble, bypass) are displayed in the Display Window.
When an alarm occurs, console sounding and external sounding will occur, and
the zone(s) in alarm will be displayed on the console. Pressing any key will silence
the console sounder for 10 seconds. Disarming the system will silence both console and external sounders. When the system is disarmed, any zones that were
in an alarm condition during the armed period will be displayed (memory of alarm).
To clear this display, simply repeat the disarm sequence (enter the security code
and press the OFF key again).
The consoles also feature chime annunciation, and 3 panic keys, or key pairs, (for
silent, audible, fire, or personal emergency alarms) which can notify the central
station of an alarm condition, if that service is connected.
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Arming
Functions
The following is a brief list of system commands.
For detailed information
concerning system functions, refer to the User’s Manual.
Disarmed,
‘Not Ready
Before arming, the system must be in the READY
condition (all zones must be intact). If the “NOT
READY” message appears, press the READY [~]
key to display faulted zones.
Arming Away
Enter code + AWAY [2].
Enter code + STAY [3].
Arming Stay
Arming Instant
Enter code + INSTANT [7].
Enter code + MAXIMUM [4].
Arming Maximum
Enter code + OFF [1].
Disarming
Enter code + BYPASS [6]+ zone number(s).
Bypassing
Zones
(/f enab/ed) To bypass all faulted zones at once,
Forced (Quick) Bypass
use “Forced Bypass” method:
Enter code + BYPASS (then stop).
Enter code + CHIME [91.
Chime Mode
To turn chime mode off; enter code+ CHIME again.
Mode
AWAY
STAY
INSTANT
MAXIMUM
Panic Keys
SUMMARY OF ARMING MODES
Features for Each Arming Mode
Exit
Perimeter
Entry
Delay
Armed
Delay
‘ies
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Interior
Armed
Yes
No
No
Yes
There are three panic key pairs and (on some consoles) lettered keys (shown below) that, if programmed, can be used to manually initiate alarms and send a report
to the central station. Each can be individually programmed for 24 Hour Silent,
Audible, Personal or Fire Emergency responses. The panic function is activated
when both keys of the appropriate key pair are pressed at the same time, or the
appropriate lettered key is pressed for at least 2 seconds.
The panic functions are identified by the system as follows:
KEYS
Displayed
as
Zone
IMPORTANT: For the Silent Panic
[1] & [+$], or [A]
95
function to be of practical value,
[~] & [#], or [B]
07
the system must be connected to
[3] & [#], or [C]
96
a central station.
hlote: Keys [A], [B], [C] are not on all consoles, Key [D], if present, is not active here.
Duress
Code
IMPORTANT!
Duress Code will function as
described OIVL Y it
a) The system is connected
to a central station.
b)
You enter a report code for
Zone 8 (Duress) when you
c)roaram field *56.
Relay Outputs
(if used)
This feature is intended for use when one is forced to disarm or arm the
system under threat. When used, the system will act normally, but can
silently notify the central station of the situation, if that service has been
provided. The Duress code is the same as the user code, exce~t that the
last diait is increased bv one.
For example:
If the NORMAL security code is”1 23 4“,
the DURESS security code is”1 23 5“.
User codes that end in “9” (e.g.,6349)
(i.e., 6350 is not a duress alarm code).
cannot
activate
a duress
alarm
If relay outputs are provided (via a 4204 or 4229), two keypad entries available to
the user are included among the system operation choices that may be
programmed. They can manually activate or deactivate the relay(s) for starting or
stopping some action, such as turning lights on or off, etc.
These entries are: Security
Code + [#] + [7]
and Security
Code + [#] + [8]
/Vote: Whichever entry is used to start/stop the action cannot also be used
to stop/start it. The opposite action must either be performed by the
other keypad entry or by some other event or operation offered in the
programming section.
For some examples, see pages 26 and 45.
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Bxit Alarm
Displays
(if programmed)
A display of “CANCELED
ALARM” or “CA” and a zone indication
will appear if an exit or interior zone contained a fault during closing at the time
the exit delay ended (e.g., exit door left open), but the system was disarmed
during the hnrnecfiafely following entry delay time. The alarm sounder and
keypad sound continuously,
but stop when the system is disarmed. No
message will be transmitted to the central station.
will
. A display
of “EXIT ALARM”
or “EA” and a zone indication
appear if an exit or interior zone contained a fault during closing at the time the
exit delay ended, but the system was NOT disarmed during the hnrnediate/y
fol/owing entry de/ay time, The alarm sounder and keypad sound continuously
until the system is disarmed (or timeout occurs). An “exit alarm” message is sent
to the central station.
The “EXIT ALARM” display, etc. will also result if an alarm from an exit or
interior zone occurs within two minutes after the end of an exit delay.
In any of the above cases, a second OFF sequence (code plus OFF key) will clear
the display.
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TROUBLE
Qeneral
CONDITIONS
Information
“Check” and
‘Battery” Displays
The word “CHECK” on the Keypad’s display, accompanied by a rapid “beeping”
at the Keypad, indicates that there is a trouble condition in the system. The audible warning sound can be silenced by pressing any key. Instruct users to call for
service immediately upon seeing any of the following messages.
●
●
●
●
Power Failure
●
Displays
that
When the problem has been corrected, the display can be cleared by entering
the OFF.sequence (code plus OFF key) twice.
If there are wireless sensors in the system, the CHECK condition may
also be caused by some change in the environment that prevents the receiver
from hearing a particular sensor.
A display of “BAT” with no zone number indicates that the system’s
main standby battery is weak.
A display
of “BAT”
with a zone number
and a once per minute
“beeping” at the keypad indicates that a low battery condition exists in the
wireless sensor displayed (zone “00” indicates a wireless keypad). If the battery
is not replaced within 30 days, a CHECK display may occur.
/Vote: Some wireless sensors contain a non-replaceable
long-life battery
which requires replacement of the entire unit at the end of battery life
(e.g., Nos. 5802, 5802CP, 5803).
c If there is no keypad display at all, and the POWER indicator (if
present) is not lit, operating power for the system has stopped and the system is inoperative.
●
Other
A display of “CHECK” and one or more zone numbers indicates
a problem exists with the displayed zone(s) and requires attention.
If the message
POWER indicator
power only.
“AC LOSS” or “NO AC” is displayed,
(if present) is off, the keypad is operating
and the
on battery
If the battery standby capacity is used up during a prolonged
AC
power outage, the control’s auxiliary power will shut down to minimize deep
discharge of the battery.
“Busy-Standby”
or “all”
if this remains displayed
the system is disabled.
“Modem
or “CC”
The system is in communication with the central
station for change of function or status verification.
Comm”
A communication failure has occurred.
The keypad is not receiving signals
control panel and sees an open circuit.
Rng Trbl” or “bF” 7720ECP Radio backup Failure.
“Comm Failure” or “FC”
“Open Circuit” or “OC”
“Long
for more than 1 minute,
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from the
Procedure
After installation is completed, the Security System should be carefully tested.
1. With the System in the disarmed state, check that all zones are intact. If NOT
READY is displayed, press the [~] key to display the faulted zone(s). Restore faulted zone(s) if necessary, so that READY is displayed. Fault and re.
store every sensor individually to assure that it is being monitored by thesystem.
2. Enter the security
code and press the TEST key. The outside sounder
will sound for 1 second. The console should sound 3 beeps each time a contact is faulted. A test report should be transmitted (if programmed) to the Central Station immediately. If the backup battery is discharged or missing, the
sounder may not turn on and a LOW BATTERY report will be transmitted with
a TEST report. The console will beep once per minute as a reminder that the
system is in the Test Mode.
To turn off the test mode enter the security code and press the OFF key.
Note:
For 5800 systems, triggering a zone set to Arm Away, Arm Stay, or
Disarm will take the system out of TEST and cause that action.
Alarm messages
will be sent to the central station during the following tests 3 and 4. Notify them in advance
that tests will be in
progress.
3. Arm the system and fault one or more zones. After 15 seconds (if optional dialer delay is selected), silence alarm sounder(s) by entering the code and
pressing OFF. Check Entry/Exit delay zones.
4. Check the keypad-initiated
alarms that are in the system by pressing the
Panic key pairs. If the system has been programmed for audible emergency,
the console will emit a steady alarm sound, and ALARM and zone number will be displayed. Silence the alarm by entering the security code and
pressing OFF.
If the system has been programmed for silent emergency, there will be no
audible alarms or displays, but a reporl will be sent to the central station.
5. If output relays have been installed, test their programmed action.
6
Notify the central station when all tests are finished, and verify results with
them.
7. To test the wireless part of the system and the RF Receiver, 3 additional test
modes are available:
a. HOUSE ID SNIFFER MODE (not app/icab/e to, or necessary with,
5800 RF system): By pressing Master code + # + 2, a house code
“sniffer” mode is enabled. The console will display the house code of any
RF transmission it receives. In this way, you can check that you are not
using the same house code as any nearby system (suggested test
period: approx. 2 hrs). This mode can be exited by keying the Master
code + OFF.
b. TRANSMITTER
SNIFFER
MODE: Pressing Master code + # + 3
initiates a procedure to check that all transmitters have been properly programmed. The console will display all zone numbers of wireless units programmed into the system. As the system receives a signal from each of
the transmitters, the zone number of that transmitter will disappear from
the display. The transmitter codes may be checked upon installation, or in
an installed system. All the wireless addresses should disappear after
about 1-1/2 hours. This mode can be exited by keying Master code +
OFF. (Note: With a 5800 RF system, a transmitter not learned will not
turn off its zone number.)
c, GO/NO GO TEST MODE: By pressing Master code + # + 4, a
mode similar to the user test mode (code + TEST) is entered, but the
wireless receiver gain is reduced. Checking in this mode assists in
determining
good mounting locations for the transmitters
when the
system is being installed and verifies that the RF transmission
has
sufficient signal amplitude margin for the installed system. Exit the mode
by entering Master code + OFF.
THE TEST MODE WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY TERMINATED AFTER 4 HOURS
IF THE INSTALLER OR USER DOES NOT MANUALLY TERMINATE IT.
This insures that Fire and Panic zones will not remain disabled.
–36–
I
TROUBLESHOOTING
SYMPTOM
1. Transmitted signal not racelved at 4281/5881.
GUIDE
SYSTEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
la. rnitteror
4281/5881notproperfy~w- la
lb. Transmitterand4281 notsettoeeme
house code.
1c.
5827 notbeingreceivedby 5881.
REMEDY
Checkorchangetransmitter’s
battery.
Checkconfrol’sAC
power.
lb.
Checkcode switcheaineidetransmitfer.
MustmatchwithRF HouseCodepo
grammedin control,
lc. Housecede for5827 mustbe programmed
intocontrol.
1d. Relocate4281.
1d. StronglocalRF interference(frequentor
prolongedlightingof indicatorLED on
4281/5881 circuitboard....occasional
randomflickeris ok).
1e, Transmitterlocatedtoofar from4281/5881. 1e. M~vetranemjtteror 4281/5881.
1f. Metalshieldingbetween transmitter and
1f. Check for large metal obstructions, then
4281/5881 .
relocatetransmitterif necessary.
1g. Transmittermalfunctioning.
1g. Verifyby activating4281/5881 withanother,similartransmitter.[f O.K. now,
returndefective transmitter.
). .
Transmitter
zone number
appeare during Transmitter Sniffer mods, but doea
not clear.
1h. 4281/5881 malfunctioning.
1h. Verify by maldng sure other transmitters
cannot activate 428 1/588 1. If defective,
replace and retire original 4281/5881.
1i.
Transmitter number (zone) not progrernrrwd.
1i.
Verify programming.
2a.
Transmitter zone type (ZT) is set to 00 (Not
Used).
2a.
Set ZT to a valid active zone type in field
*56.
2b.
Transmitter battery not installed.
2b.
Install proper battery.
2c.
5700 System transmitters DIP switch not
2c.
Checkand set the DIP switch.
setproperly(houseID and transmitterID).
2d. 5800 Systemtransmitternot “learned’in
83.
2d. “Laarn’unitin field *56 or ●
system.
1.
1.
i.
Low Battery
console.
Periodic
console.
With
5800
message
on
System,
from
no re-
sponse to a trenamittar in
normal operation, although
zona number cleare durhw
Trensmitter
i.
Nulaance
alerm.
Sniffer
3a.
Systembattery is low or missing.
3s.
“Sat”
alone.
‘Bar+ “00”.
3b.
Remote RF keypad battery is low.
3C. “Bet”+ %rn”.
3c.
Transmitter for zone nn has a low battery.
4a.
4b.
System is in TEST mode.
A transmitter low battery has occurred and
is displayed.
4a.
Enter “Code’ + OFF to exit TEST mode.
4b.
4c.
A supervision CHECK has occurred.
4c.
Enter ‘Code”+ OFF and replace the
battery.
Check the transmitter indicated. Restore
communication to the receiver to cancel
the condition.
Put control in TEST mode. Ifzonedoesnotrespend,tryoperatingthetemperswitchor anotherinputto the transmitter.
Sa. If anotherinput causes the zone to be dis-
5a.
Delete input’s serial number (not the zone),
and learn the proper input (see field *56).
mode,
or phantom
Check 4281 receiver. It must be
Rev, D or later end have ‘N5334~
merked
on the large integrated circuit near the connector.
With 5700 System, no response at all to
any transmitter.
3b.
beep(s)
2e.
2e.
played, the wrong input was “learned”when
programming.
5b.
If no response at all from this transmitter,
this physical transmitter has not been
learned by the system. Transmitter Sniffer
display is being cleared by another unit
programmed for this zone.
5b.
Determine which transmitter is programmed
for this zone and reprogram as necessary.
6a.
Sensors not properly installed, wired, or
monitored.
6a.
Check installation to see if in accordance
with established procedure.
6b.
Nearby neighbor hea 5700 system (4281)
with same hcuse tie.
6b.
Check with central monitoring station for
neighbors with eystems. Range can be 300
feet. Change house code if necessary.
6c.
Universal transmitter (5715/5817) programmed wrong.
6c.
Check programming switches on transmitter.
(continued)
-37-
TROUBLESHOOTING
GUIDE
(continued)
S
7.
SYMPTOM
Intrusion alarm for no apparant
B.
9.
Y S T E M (continued)
POSSIBLE CAUSE
7a. Protected
dcororwindowopenedwhile
system armed.
reason.
Repeated
nal.
low
REMEDY
7a.
battery
sig-
Local bell and console
sound continuously
at
arming.
7b.
Improper user operation of exitientry delays.
7b.
7c.
Magnets located too far from switches,
andfor doore and windows not properly
aligned.
7c.
.
Check with all occupants of protected
home.
Check setting of enby delay , Exit delay is
15 seconds longer than the entry delay
time. Remind user of same.
Check all openings for proper switch and
magnet orientation.
7cf. Magnetic contacts improperly connected
or wire broken.
7d.
Check wiring connections. Be sure wires
are properly stripped and tightly fastened
to screw terminals.
7e.
Entry door programmed as “instant”.
7e.
7f.
Loose fitting dcor or window being rattled
by wind or vibrations.
7f.
Check and revise program. Reprogram
transmitter number.
Mount magnet closer to contact.
8a,
Transmitter located where temperature
drops below 32” F.
8a.
Change location. Use magnetic contacts to)
protect opening.
8b.
Poor quality or unspecified battery in
transmitter.
8b.
Check battery. Use only 9V Duracell
MN1 604 or equivalent for 5700 System.
Use only 3V lithium for 58OO System.
8c.
Transmitter malfunctioning.
8c.
Replace faulty transmitter,
9.
Exit or interior zone contained a fault at end
of Exit Delay (e.g., Exit door left open),
9a.
If system disarmed before ensuing entry
time runs out, “CR or “Cancellad Alarm” willI
be displayed. Sounding will stop.
9b.
If system not disarmed before entry time
ends, “EA” or “Exit Alarm” will be displayed
and Exit Alarm message will be sent to
central station. Sounding will continue untilI
system is disarmed or timeout occurs.
The “Exit Alarm” display, etc. will also
result if an alarm from an exit or interior
zone occurs wjthbr two minutes after
the end of an exit delay. ~
Clear display by entering code+ OFF a second
time. Avoid fault when rearming.
1.
“NO
z.
CONTROL
POSSIBLE CAUSE
1a. InterruptedAC powersupply.
SYMPTOM
“AC POWER” light off or
AC”
Doea not arm properly.
1.
System
doesn’t
keystrokes
on
respond
console.
to
2a.
2b.
System in TEST mode.
Telephone connection not secure.
2a.
Remove from TEST mode.
2b.
Check all connections.
2c.
Telephone number in program needs prefix
or access code.
2c.
Program prefix or access code into control.
2d.
Telephone call to central monitoring station
requires operator assistance.
2d.
System cannot work in this situation.
2e.
Digital communicator malfunctioning.
2e.
Check with a different VISTA-1 O.
3a.
Ready light not on.
3a.
Try Bypass arming.
4a.
‘CC” or “MODEM COMM” displayed.
4a.
System is in communication with
downloading software at central station.
Wait until download session is Wshed.
4b.
‘all”or “System Busyn displayed.
4b.
System has just been powered and is in its
one minute initialization. To bypass this
time, press ‘/? + ‘O’,
4c.
“E4
4c.
More zones have been programmed than
the zone expansion modules can handle.
Delete some zones or use a higher capability RF receiver.
I 1a.
Clean unit’s sensino chamber with vacuum
or
“E8” displayed.
SMOKE
SYMPTOM
Detector alarms, no epparent
.
transformer connection and power
line circuit breaker.
displayed.
Digital communicator message not being received.
1.
1.
REMEDY
1a.Check
POSSIBLE
I 1a. Dust, dirt in sensing
DETECTOR
CAUSE
chamber.
reason.
REMEDY
1b. Improperlocation.
cleaner per unit’si&tmctions.
1b. See unit’sinstructionsfor locations to
1c.
1c.
avoid. Relocate as necessary.
2.
Detector’s
siren
sounds.
Unit malfunctioning.
Replace detector.
2a. Unit not receivingrequiredpower.
2a. Check for proper installation of battery. Try
2b.
2b.
new battery.
Unit malfunctioning.
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Replace detector.
SPECIFICATIONS
SECURITV
VISTA- I O
CONTROL
1. Physical:
12-1/2’’ Wx14-l/2”
Hx3D
(318mmx368mmx76mm)
2. Electrical:
VOLTAGE INPUT: 16.5VAC from plug-in 25VA transformer, Ademco No.
1321/TF2 (in U. S.A.)
Nofe: For Canadian installations, a No. 1321 CN transformer must be used.
RECHARGEABLE BACK-UP BAITERY: 12VDC, 4AH (Gel type), Ademco No. 467.
Charging Voltage: 13.8VDC.
/Vote; For California fire alarm installations, see the CSFM battery back-up
requirements on page 49.
ALARM SOUNDER: f2V, 2.0Amp output can drive 12V BELLS or can drive one
or two 702 (series
connected)
self-contained
20-watt sirens. Do not
connect two 702s in parallel.
AUXILIARY
POWER OUTPUT: 12VDC, 500mA max. Interrupts for smoke
detector reset.
Note: For UL installations, Alarm Sounder plus Auxiliary Power currents should
not exceed 600mA total.
STANDBY TIME: 5 HRS with Auxiliary load of 500mA (using 4AH battety).To
determine total standby battery load, add 100mA to total Aux. power output
and remote console currents.
Battery (3A) No. 90-12
FUSE:
3. Communication:
FORMATS SUPPORTED:
Ademco
Express,
10 characterskec, DTMF (TouchTone) Data Tones, 1400/2300Hz
1400Hz KISSOFF.
Ademco Contact ID Reporting,
10 characters/see., DTMF (TouchTone) Data Tones, 1400/2300Hz
1400Hz KISSOFF.
Ademco Low Speed, 10 pulses/see,
1400Hz ACWKISSOFF.
REMOTE
4127
CONSOLE
4137AD
& 5137AD
REMOTE
CONSOLES
ACK,
1900Hz Data Tone,
Radionics/SESCOA,
20 pulses/sec,l 800Hz
2300Hz ACWKISSOFF.
Can report O-9, B-F
FCC Registration No.: AC 398 U-681 92-AL-E
ACK,
Data Tone,
Line Seize: Double Pole
Ringer Equivalence: 0.7B
1. Physical:
5-5/8”Wx4-11/16”
H x 7/8” D (143mm x 119mm x 22mm)
Current Drain: 20mA
2. Electrical:
Voltage Input: 12VDC,
To
control
panel’s
console
connection points.
3. Interface Wiring:
GREEN:
Data Out to Control
RED: 12VDC input (+) aux pwr
BLACK:
Ground
YELLOW:
Data In from Control
1. Physical:
2. Electrical:
8-2/5” W x 4-3/4” H x 1-1/10” D (213mm x 121mm x 28mm)
Current Drain: 60mA (4137AD)
Voltage Input 12VDC,
90mA (5137AD)
3. Interface
Wiring:
RED: 12VDC input (+) aux pwr
18VDC input from optional No 1350 or 1360 Power Pack
BLUE:
(not usable for UL installations)
GREEN: Data Out to Control
YELLOW:
Data In from Control
Ground and (-) connection from
BLACK:
optional No. 1350 or 1360 Power Pack
–39-
REMOTE
6127
CONSOLE
5-3/4” Wx4-3/4’’Hxl”D
(146mmx121mmx26mm)
1. Physical:
Current Drain: 20mA
Voltage Input 12VDC,
2. Electrical:
Wiring: Same as4127 above.
3. Interface
REMOTE
6128
CONSOLE
1. Physical:
5-3/4” W x 4-3/4 H x 1“ D
(146mm x 121mm x 26mm)
Current Drain: 30mA
Voltage Input: 12VDC,
2. Electrical:
Wiring: Same as4127 above.
3. interface
REMOTE
6137
CONSOLE
(159mm x 121 mm x 26mm)
6-1/4” W x 4-3/4” H x 1“ D
1. Physical:
Current Drain: 85mA
Voltage Input: 12VDC,
2. Electrical:
3. Interface Wiring: Same as 4127 above.
6138 &6139
REMOTE CONSOLES
6-1/4 W x4-3/4” H x 1“ D
(159mm x 121 mm x 26mm)
1. Physical:
Current Drain: 10OmA
Voltage Input: 12VDC,
2. Electrical:
3. Interface Wiring: Same as 4127 above.
4281L, 4281M, 4281H
RF RECEIVERS
(5700 System)
and
5881L, 5881M, 5881H
RF RECEIVERS
(5800 System)
1. Physical:
2.
3.
4,
5.
7-3/8” (188mm)W
4-3/8” (1 12mm) H
10-7/8” (277mm) H +-with antenna
1-7/1 6“ (37mm) D
Current Drain: 35mA
Electrical:
Voltage Input: 12VDC
Interface
Wiring: Same as4127 above.
Range: 200ft (60m) nominal indoors from wireless transmitters (the actual
range to be determined with system in TEST mode).
Zones: With the VI STA-1 O:
4281!J accepts up to 4 transmitters
4281 M or 4281 H: accepts up to 8 transmitters
5881 L: accepts up to 8 transmitters
5881 MI!588 1H: accepts up to 16 transmitters
5800TM
TRANSMITTER
MODULE
used with 5827BD
Wireless
Bidirectional Keypad
4204
RELAY MODULE
(57mm x 105mm x 22mm)
2-1/4” W X 4-1 /8” H X 7/8” D
1. Physical:
Current Drain: 20mA
Voltage Input: 12VDC
2. Electrical:
3. Interface Wiring: Same as 4127 above.
1. Physical:
2. Electrical:
6-1/2” W x 4-1/4” H x 1-1/4” D (169mm x 108mm x 32mm)
Current Drain: 15mA (Relays off)
Voltage Input: 12VDC
180mA
(Relays on)
3. Interface Wiring: Same as 4127 above.
4. Four Output Relays: SPDT Contacts,
Rating:
2A max at 28VDC/AC
(120VAC for non-UL installations)
4285
VOICE MODULE
7720ECP
LONG RANGE RADIO
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Physical:
6-1/2” W x 4-1/4’ H x 1-1/4 D (169mm x 108mm x 32mm)
Current Drain: 160mA
Electrical:
Voltage Input: 12VDC
Device Address: Permanently set to address 4.
Interface Wiring: Same as 4127 above.
Telephone Line Connections:
See information accompanying 4285.
8-1/2” W x 9-1/2’ H x 1-3/4” D (216mm x 242mm x 45mm)
1. Physical:
Current Drain: 150mA
2. Electrical:
Voltage Input: 12VDC
3. Device Address:
Set to address 3.
4. Interface Wiring: Same as 4127 above.
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ACCESSORIES
(COMPATIBLE
Accessories
No. 1321/TF2
No. 1321 CN
No. 702
No. 740
No.
571 6BR
No.
5799
S@em
16.5VAC, 25VA Plug-In Transformer (in U. S.A.)
16.5VAC, 25VA Plug-in Transformer (in Canada)
Self-contained 20 watt Siren (indoor or outdoor).
Extremely loud Piezoelectric Alarm Sounder,
122dB output (indoor or outdoor).
Brown Cases and Mounting Brackets (3)
for 5716, 5716WM.
Pkg. of 8 Magnets for 5716
Senso r;
PA400B
1412
2412
2412TH
A77-716B
S700 RF System
Wireless Transmitters
for
4281
DEVICES)
Piezoelectric Alarm Sounder, 90dB output
(mounts in single-gang box).
4-wire Ionization Products of Combustion Detector
4-wire Photoelectric Smoke Detector
4-wire Photoelectric Smoke Detector
w/1 35°F (57”C) Heat Detector
EOL Relay Module (Supervisory Module for wired fire zone)
5701 Panic Transmitter
Programmable for either silent or audible 24 hour alarm (can be DIP switch programmed for zones 62 or 63.
5706 tk 5707 Wireless
Photoelectric
Smoke Detectors
One piece smoke detectors with built-in transmitter (DIP switch programmable for
zones 48-55). Built-in UL Listed 85 dB piezoelectric alarm sounder and audible
low battery warning.
5711 Slimline
Door/Window
Can be used with any closed circuit sensor.
Transmitter
571 5WH (White) Universal
Transmitter
DIP switch selectable for fast response, open or closed sensor usage, and has a
tamper protected cover. Use in applications where open circuit heat detectors are
needed or where fast response devices are employed.
5716
5716WM
Small
Small
Door/Window
Door/Window
Transmitter
Xmtr w/Magnet
Can be used with any open or closed circuit sensor (DIP switch selectable).
tures a built-in reed switch.
Fea-
5742 Audio
Discriminator/Transmitter
For use in unoccupied areas to detect the sound of shattering glass when a window is broken. Built-in 5716 type transmitter.
5743 Dual Technology
Glass Break Detector/Transmitter
Detects the sound and shock vibrations of breaking glass and requires the presence of both to initiate an alarm condition transmission. Built-in 5716 type transmitter.
5775 PIR Detector/Transmitter
Dual element passive infrared detector/transmitter
with built-in selectable pulse
count. DIP switch programmable for zones 32-47. Note There is a 3 minute lockout between fault transmissions to conserve battery life.
Two interchangeable battery compartments are provided. One accommodates a
single battery, and the other, two batteries. Use of the two-battery compartment
can double the time between battery replacement.
5727 Wireless
Keypad
Can be used to turn the burglary protection on and off, and features the same
built-in panic functions as wired consoles for either silent or audible 24 hour alarm.
An LED indication lights each time a key is pressed, to verify transmission.The
keypad is identified as zone “00” (on wired consoles) when it transmits with a low
battery.
–41-
5827BD
Wireless
Bidirectional
Console
(used with 5800TM Transmitter
Module)
Can operate the system similarly to wired consoles and can indicate system status
via its 3 LEDs and sounder. Includes 3 panic keys for 24 hour silent or audible
alarm. Requires a 5800TM Transmitter Module, to operate in conjunction with
system’s 428 1/588 1 receiver. Key programmed, has no DIP switch. The console
is identified as zone “00” (on wired consoles) when it transmits with a low battery.
5800
RF System
Wireless Transmitters
for
5881
Notes:
All of the transmitters
●
described
below
have one or more unique
factory as-
signed input (loop) ID codes. Each of the inputs requires its own prograrnn?irrg zone (e.g., a 5803’s three inputs require three programming zones).
●
Transmitter inputs learned as:
“RF” (Supervised RF) Type send periodic check-in signals, as well as fault,
restore and low battery signals. The transmitter must remain within the receiver’s range.
“lJR” (Unsu~ewised RF) Tvoe send all the signals that the “RF” Type does,
but the control does not supervise the check-in signals. The transmitter
may, therefore, be carried off-premises.
INPUT
(LOOP)
3
E
2
“BR”
~
only send fault signals. They do not
send low battery, restore or check-in signals. The transmitter may be carried
off-premises.
1
5801
(ALWA:S USE)
Wireless
Panic
Transmitter
Has four pushbuttons, each with a unique input (loop)
code. The control unit’s response to each of the
buttons is programmable (e.g., Panic, Arm–Stay,
Arm–Away, Disarm, etc.
LEARN AS ‘U?’ OR “RF”
5801
Pendant
& 5802CP
Belt Clip
5802
(Personal
Emergency)
Transmitters
INPUT
(LOOP)
1
INPUT
(LOOP)
1
Their single
pushbuttons
should
usually
be
programmed for control unit response of 24 Hr Audible
or 24 Hr Silent. Other zone responses are possible.
Each contains a non-replaceable battery. At the end
of the battery’s life, the entire unit must be replaced.
ii
LEARN AS “BR”
580215802CP
LEARN AS ‘I-JR”OR ‘RF
5802MN
INPUT
(LOOP)
(Personal
Its single pushbutton should usually be programmed
for control unit response of 24 Hr Audible or 24 Hr
Silent. Other zone responses are possible.
5803
e=
~
INPUT
(LOOP)
1
@
LEARN AS “RF”
5806/5807
(5806
SHOWN)
Wireless
Key
Transmitter
Has three pushbuttons, each with a unique input
(loop) code. The control unit’s response to each of the
buttons is programmable (e.g., Arm–Stay, Arm–Away,
Disarm, etc.).
Contains a non-replaceable battery. At the end of the
battery’s life, the entire unit must be replaced.
5806
LEARN AS “BR”
5803
5802MN
Miniature
Emergency)
Transmitter
& 5807 Wireless
Photoelectric
Smoke
Detectors
One piece smoke detectors with built-in transmitter.
Built-in UL Listed 85 dB piezoelectric alarm sounderand audible low battery warning.
-42-
e
INPUT
(LOOP)
B
(PRIMARY)
(R#ED)
Lz4
2
(AUX. CENTER)
(TER~NALS)
LEARN AS ‘RF’
5816
LEARN AS “RF”
5817
0
F
0
0
INPUT
(LOOP)
1
LEARN AS “RF”
5818
ISET
HousE
CODE\
3
Hous E cODE]
5827BD
5827
=
ISET
INPUT
(LOOP)
1
(SOUND
SH(%K)
LEARN AS “RF”
5849
El
D
INPUT
(LOOP)
1
:MOTION)
LEARN AS “RF”
5890
5816 Door/Window
Transmitter
Has two unique input (loop) codes: one for a
wired closed circuit contact loop, and the other
for a built-in reed switch (used in conjunction
with a magnet).
5817 Multi-Point
Universal
Transmitter
Has three unique input (loop) codes: one for a
DIP switch settable “Primary” contact loop, and
the others for two “Auxiliary”
closed circuit
contact loops. The “Primafy” loop may be set for:
a) Repeating or Single Transmission, b) Normally
Open or Normally Closed Circuit, c) Slow or Fast
~h;~nse,
and d) 3 Minute or No Transmission
5818 Recessed Transmitter
A reed switch magnetic contact sensor that is
easily concealed in the frame and edge of a door
or window. Has a single unique input (loop)
code.
5827 Wireless Keypad
Can be used to turn the burglary protection on
and off, and features the same built-in panic
functions as wired keypads for either silent or
audible 24 hour alarm. An LED indication lights
each time a key is pressed!
to verify
transmission. The keypad is identified as zone
“00” on wired keypads when it transmits with a
low battery.
5827BD
Wireless Bidirectional
Keypad
(used with 5800TM Transmitter Module)
Can operate the system similarly
to wired
keypads and can indicate system status via its 3.
LEDs and sounder. Includes 3 panic keys for 24
hour silent or audible alarm. Requires a 5800TM
Transmitter Module, to operate in conjunction
with
system’s
4281/5881
receiver.
Key
programmed, has no D/P switch. The keypad is
identified as zone “00” on wired keypads when it
transmits with a low battery.
5849 Glass Break Detector/Transmitter
When sound and shock of breaking glass are
detected by this unit at the same time, a wireless
alarm will be transited
via the unit’s unique input
code. Separate alarm and cover tamper signals
permit 24 hour monitoring.
5890 PIR Detector/Transmitter
Has unique input code for its dual element
passive infrared detector/transmitter
with built-in
selectable pulse count.
Note: There is a 3 minute lock-out between fault
transmissions to conserve battery life.
TO THE INSTALLER
‘Regular maintenance and inspection (at least annually) by the installer and frequent testing by the
user are vital to continuous satisfactory operation of any alarm system.
The installer should assume the responsibility of developing and offering a regular maintenance
1program to the user as well as acquainting the user with the proper operation and limitations of the
alarm system and its component parts. Recommendations must be included for a specific program
of frequent testing (at least weekly) to insure the system’s proper operation at all times.
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OUTPUT
RELAY EXAMPLES
TABLE
RELAY
ACTION
STOP
START
ACTION
DESIRED
A
EV
ZL
ZT
ZL
ZT
1
1
x
00
0
00
Zones in zone list (x) close relay for 2 seconds on troubles.
1
3
x
00
0
00
Zones in zone list (x) close relay for 2 seconds on faults*.
1
2
x
00
0
00
Zones in zone list (x) close relay on alarms and reset at bell
timeout or when disarmed.
2
1
x
00
0
36
Zones in zone list (x) pulse relay on alarms and reset at bell
timeout or when disarmed.
3
1
x
00
0
36
Zones in zone list (x) close relay on alarms and reset when
zone is restored.*
2
1
x
00
x
00
Zones in zone list (x) pulse relay on alarms and reset when
zone is restored.*
3
1
x
00
x
00
Zones in zone list (x) close relay on alarms and reset when
disarmed. (Latching relay for strobes.)*
2
1
x
00
0
22
Zones in zone list (x) pulse a relay on alarms and reset when
disarmed.*
3
1
x
00
0
22
Close relay after any burglary alarm and reset when
disarmed.*
2
0
0
33
0
22
Close relay after any burglary alarm and reset at bell timeout
or when disarmed. *
2
0
0
33
0
36
2
0
0
21
0
22
2
0
0
20
0
22
Close relay for 2 seconds at end of exit delay time after
system is armed (Confirmation ding).
1
0
0
31
0
00
Pulse relay at start of entry time and reset when system is
disarmed (entry warning).
3
0
0
32
0
22
Close relay for 2 seconds during chime. (Chime mode must
be turned on at control.)
1
0
0
38
0
00
Zones in zone list (x) close relay for
2 seconds on alarms.
‘Will activate relay for any zone type plus panics on 5801
whether control is armed or disarmed. (Console panics will
not activate a relay with the configurations above.)
*Console panics or zone type 23 will not activate a relay with
these configurations. The relay can also be activated by
troubles or faults by changing the EV (event) accordingly.
“Relay wi(l activate for burglary, fire, and panic a/arms if
programmed into zone list.
*Response types 06,08, and 09 will not activate relay. /f
PULSE relay is desired, enter a 3 in A (action).
Close relay when ARMED-AWAY,
Close relay when ARMED-STAY,
reset when DISARMED.*
reset when DISARMED.*
“If PULSED relay is desired, enter a 3 in A (action).
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OUTPUT RELAY EXAMPLES
(continued)
ACTION
TABLE
RELAY
ACTION
DESIRED
START
STOP
A
EV
ZL
ZT
ZL
ZT
2
0
0
32
0
34
2
0
0
33
0
35
Zones in zone list (x) close relay on alarms and reset with
key entry of security code+ # + 7. (Possible use with strobe
light)
2
1
x
00
0
34
Zones in zone list (x) pulse relay on alarms and reset with
key entry of security code+ # + 7.
3
1
x
00
0
34
A system low battery detection causes relay to close for 2
seconds.*
1
0
0
42
0
00
An AC loss detection
1
0
0
41
0
00
Bypassing a zone will cause relay to close for 2 seconds.
1
0
0
40
0
00
Bypassing a zone causes relay to close and will reset with a
disarm sequence (code + off.)
2
0
0
40
0
22
Any FIRE alarm causes relay to pulse on and off and will
reset with an entry of a disarm sequence (code + off.)
3
0
0
39
0
22
An alarm or trouble condition on any FIRE zone causes
relay to close and will reset when condition clears.
1
0
0
09
0
09
Close relay at start of entry time and reset with key entry of
security code + # + 7.
●
‘Can be used to turn on a /ight when entry door is opened.
Close relay after any burglary alarm and reset with key entry
of security code + # + 8.*
*Can be used to turn on iighfs in the event of a burgla~
alarm,.. (NOTE: Response types 06, 08, and 09 will not
activate relay).
causes relay to close for 2 seconds.*
●The relay will not reset on restoral of low battery orAC
power. For this reason, using “close for 2 seconds” in
A(action) is recommended.
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DIP SWITCH TABLES FOR 5700 RF SYSTEM WIRELESS DEVICES
Note:
For a 5827
System)
Wireless
Keypad,
are opposite
to those for
a 5727 (i.e., “UP” is “dn” and “dn” is “1.lp”).
House
(5800
ID settings
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3
FEDERAL
COMMUNICATIONS
COMMISSION
(FCC) Part 1S STATEMENT
This equipment has been tested to FCC requirements and has been found acceptable for use. The FCC requires the following
statement for your information:
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly, that is, in strict accordance
with the manufacturer’s instructions, may cause interference to radio and television reception. It has been type tested and
found to comply with the limits for a Class B computing device in accordance with the specifications in Part 15 of FCC Rules,
which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
●
If using an indoor antenna, have a quality outdoor antenna installed.
●
Reorient the receiving antenna until interference is reduced or eliminated.
●
●
Move the radio or television receiver away from the receiver/control.
Move the antenna leads away from any wire runs to the receiver/control.
Plug the receiver/control into a different outlet so that it and the radio or television receiver are on different branch circuits.
If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced radio/teievision technician for additional suggestions. The
user or installer may find the following booklet prepared by the Federal Communications Commission helpful:
●
“interference Handbook
This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402.
The user shall not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless authorized by the Installation Instructions
User’s Manual. Unauthorized changes or modifications could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
FEDERAL
COMMUNICATIONS
COMMISSION
or
(FCC) Part 68 STATEMENT
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules. On the front cover of this equipment is a label that contains, among
other information, the FCC registration number and ringer equivalence number (REN) for this equipment. If requested, this information must be provided to the telephone company.
This equipment uses the following jacks:
An RJ31 X is used to connect this equipment to the telephone network.
The REN is used to determine the quantity of devices which maybe connected to the telephone line. Excessive RENs on the
telephone line may result in the devices not ringing in response to an incoming call. In most, but not all areas, the sum of the
RENs should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices that maybe connected to the line, as determined by
the total RENs, contact the telephone company to determine the maximum REfU for the calling area.
If this equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company will notify you in advance that temporary discontinuance of service may be required. If advance notice is not practical, the telephone company will notify the customer as
soon as possible. Also, you will be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC if you believe necessary.
The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations, or procedures that could affect the operation of the equipment. [f this happens, the telephone company will provide advance notice in order for you to make the necessary modifications in order to maintain uninterrupted service.
If trouble is experienced with this equipment, please contact the manufacturer for repair and warranty information. If the trouble is causing harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may request you remove the equipment from the network until the problem is resolved.
There are no user serviceable components in this product, and all necessary repairs must be made by the manufacturer.
Other repair methods may invalidate the FCC registration on this product.
This equipment cannot be used on telephone company-provided coin service. Connection to Party Line Service is subject to
state tariffs.
This equipment is hearing-aid compatible.
When programming or making test calls to an emergency number, briefly explain to the dispatcher the reason for the call. Perform such activities in the off-peak hours; such as early morning or late evening.
UL NOTICES
1. This is a “Grade A“ residential system.
2. The 4285 Voice Module and 7720ECP Long Range Radio have not been UL tested
and cannot, therefore, be used in a UL installation.
38) cannot be greater than 45 seconds for UL installations.
3. The Entry Delay (field ●
92) must be unlimited
4. The maximum number of reports per armed period (field ●
(set to 1) for UL installations.
49) must be at least every 24 hours (set to 1) for UL
5. Periodic testing (field ●
installations.
6. Alarm Sounder plus Auxiliary Power currents must not exceed 600mA total
for UL installations.
7. Downloading is not permissible for UL installations.
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CANADIAN
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS
(DOCI STATEMENT
NOTICE
The Canadian Department of Communications label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that the equipment meets certain
telecommunications network protective, operational and safety requirements. The Department does not guarantee the equipment will operate
to the user’s satisfaction.
Before installing this aquipment, users shouid ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the iocal telecommunications
company. The equipment must also be instalied using an acceptable mathod of connection. In some cases, the company’s inside wiring associated with a single line individual servica may be extended by means of certified connector assembiy (telephone extension cord). The customer should be aware that compliance with the abova conditions may not prevent degradation of sewice in some situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian maintenance facility designated by the suppiier. Any repairs or alterations made by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company cause to request the
user to disconnect the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines and internal metallic
water pipe system, if present, are connected together. This precaution may be particularly important in rural areas.
Caution:
User should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should contact the appropriate eiectric inspection authority,
or electrician, as appropriate.
The Load Nu mber (LN) assigned to each terminal device denotes the percentage of the total ioad to be connected to a teiephone loop which is
used by the davica, to preventoverloading.The terminationon a loop may consistof any combinationof devices subject only to the requirement that the totai of the Load Numbers of all the devices does not exceed 100.
AVIS
L’&iquette du ministbredes Communicationsdu Canada identifie Ie mat&iel homologu& Cette &iquette certifie que Ie materiel est conforme a
certaines normes de protection, dexploitation et de securite des reseaux de t61r5communications. Le ministbre n’assure toutefois pas que ie
mat6riei fonctionnera a la satisfaction de I’utilisateur.
Avant dinstalier ce mat&iel, I’utilisateurdoit s’assurerqu’il est permis de Ie raccorder aux installations de I’entreprise locale de tel6communications. Le mat6riei doit 6galement ?4re instal16 en suivant une methode accept6e de raccordament. Dans certains cast Ies fits inh%ieurs de
I’entreprise utilis6s pour un service individual A la iigne unique peuvent ?Areprolong6s au moyen d’un dispositif homologu6 de raccordement
(cordon prolongateur t616phonique interne). L’abonne ne doit pas oubiier qu’il est possible que la conformit6 aux conditions 6nonc6es cidessus n’empbche pas la degradation du sewice clans certaines situations. Actueliement, Ies entreprises de t614communications ne
permattent pas que loon raccorde Ieur mat&iel aux prises dabonn6s, sauf clans ies cas precis pr6vus par Ies tarifs particuliers de ces
entreprises.
Les reparations du rnat&iel homologu6 doivent 6tre affectu6es pas un centre dentretien canadien autoris6 d6sign6 par Ie fournisseur. La
compagnie de t616communications peut demander A i’utilisateur de d6brancher un appareil ~ ia suite de r6paretions ou de modifications effectu6es par I’utilisateur ou h cause de mauvais fonctionnement.
Pour sa propre protection, i’utilisateur doit s’assurer que tous ies fils de mise en terre de la source d%nergie 61ectrique, des Iignes
t6i6phoniques de r6seau de conduites cf’eau, s’il y en a, soient raccord& ensembie. Cette precaution est particulk%ement importance clans
Ies r6gions rurales.
Avartissamenti
L’utilisateur ne doit pas tenter de faire ces raccordementa lui-m6me; il doit avoir recours A un service d’inspection des in.
stailations 61ectriques, ou A un electrician, selon Ie cas.
,. .
~(lC)
assign6 a chaque dispositif terminal pour eviter toute surcharge indique ie pourcentage de la charge totale qui peut
Mre raccordct tI un circuit t6i6phoniqua bouc16 utilis6 par ce dispositif. La terminaison du circuit bouc16 peut &re constitute de n’importe quelle
oomblnaison de dispositifs, pouwu que la somme des indices de charge de I’ensemble des dispositifs ne d4paese pas 100.
CALIFORNIA
STATE FIRE MARSHAL (CSFM)
24 HOUR BATTERY BACK-UP REQUIREMENTS
The California State Fire Marshai has published new regulations which require that all residential fire alarm control panels
instailed after June 30, 1993 must be provided with a ba;k-up battery which”has sufficient capacity to operate the panel and
its attached peripheral devices for 24 hours in the intended standby condition, followed by at least 4 minutes in the intended
fire alarm signaling condition.
This control panel can meet these requirements without using a supplementary power supply, provided that the panel’s
auxiliary power and bell output currents are limited as indicated below.
OUTPUT LIMITATIONS TO MEET CSFM 24 HOUR BATTERY BACK-UP REQUIREMENTS
FOR UL LiSTED RESIDENTIAL FIRE iNSTALLATIONS
OUTPUT
CURRENT
BATTERY
LIMITATIONS
OUTPUT CURRENT
TOTAL
MAXIMUM
AUXiLIARY CURRENT
BAITERY CAPACiTY
TO USE
600mA maximum total
of
auxiiiary power
plus bell output currents.
45mA
16omA
2oomA
425mA
4Ah
7Ah
8Ah
14Ah
$f+Jote;
use
two
batteries,
connected
in parallel.
Obtain
an
Ademco
No.
41 OOEOLR
INFORMATION
RECOMMENDED
(Yuasa
Model
NP4-12
NP7-12
NP4-12
NP7-12
Resistor
Kit.
A dual
battery
BATTERY
No.)
(tWO)*
(tWO)*
harness
is provided
EOL resistors with spade lug/heat shrink tubing construction which has been approved by
UL and CSFM for fire zone usega. Both batteries wili fit inside the panel’s cabinet.
with
the
kit. The
kit also
contains
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WARNING
THE LIMITATIONS OF THIS
ALARM
SYSTEM
While this System is an advanced design security system, it does not offer guaranteed protection against burglary, fire or
>ther emergency. Any alarm system, whether commercial or residential, is subject to compromise or failure to warn for a vari?ty of reasons. For example:
Intrusion detectors (e.g., passive infrared detectors), smoke detectors, and many other sensing devices will not work without power. Battery-operated devices will not work without batteries, with dead batteries, or if the batteries are not put in
properly. Devices powered solely by AC will not work if their AC power supply is cut off for any reason, however briefly.
Signals sent by wireless transmitters maybe blocked or reflected by metal before they reach the alarm receiver. Even if the
signal path has been recently checked during a weekly test, blockage can occur if a metal object is moved into the path.
A user may not be able to reach a panic or emergency button quickly enough.
While smoke detectors have played a key role in reducing residential fire deaths in the United States, they may not activate
or provide early warning for a variety of reasons in as many as 35% of all fires, according to data published by the Federal
Emergency Management Agency. Some of the reasons smoke detectors used in conjunction with this System may not work
are as follows. Smoke detectors may have been improperly installed and positioned. Smoke detectors may not sense fires
that start where smoke cannot reach the detectors, such as in chimneys, in walls, or roofs, or on the other side of closed
doors. Smoke detectors also may not sense a fire on another level of a residence or building. A second floor detector, for
example, may not sense a first floor or basement fire. Finally, smoke detectors have sensing limitations. No smoke detector can sense every kind of fire every time. In general, detectors may not always warn about fires caused by carelessness
and safety hazards like smoking in bed, violent explosions, escaping gas, improper storage of flammable materials, overloaded electrical circuits, children playing with matches, or arson. Depending on the nature of the fire and/or location of the
smoke detectors, the detector, even if it operates as anticipated, may not provide sufficient warning to allow all occupants
to escape in time to prevent injury or death.
Passive Infrared Motion Detectors can only detect intrusion within the designed ranges as diagramed
in their installation
manual. Passive Infrared Detectors do not provide volumetric area protection. They do create multiple beams of protection,
and intrusion can only be detected in unobstructed areas covered by those beams. They cannot detect motion or intrusion
that takes place behind walls, ceilings, floors, closed doors, glass partitions, glass doors, or windows. Mechanical tampering, masking, painting or spraying of any material on the mirrors, windows or any part of the optical system can reduce their
detection ability. Passive Infrared Detectors sense changes in temperature; however, as the ambient temperature of the
protected area approaches the temperature range of 90° to 105”F (32° to 40”C), the detection performance can decrease.
Alarm warning devices such as sirens, bells or horns may not alert people or wake up sleepers if they are located on the
other side of closed or partly open doors, If warning devices are located on a different level of the residence from the bedrooms, then they are less likely to waken or alert people inside the bedrooms. Even persons who are awake may not hear
the warning if the alarm is muffled by noise from a stereo, radio, air conditioner or other appliance, or by passing traffic. Finally, alarm warning devices, however loud, may not warn hearing-impaired people.
Telephone lines needed to transmit alarm signals from a premises to a central monitoring station may be out of service or
temporarily out of service. Telephone lines are also subject to compromise by sophisticated intruders.
Even if the system responds to the emergency as intended, however, occupants may have insufficient time to protect
themselves from the emergency situation. In the case of a monitored alarm system, authorities may not respond appropriately.
This equipment, like other electrical devices, is subject to component failure. Even though this equipment is designed to
last as long as 20 years, the electronic components could fail at any time.
rhe most common cause of an alarm system not functioning when an intrusion or fire occurs is inadequate maintenance. This
harm system should be tested weekly to make sure all sensors and transmitters are working properly. The security console
:and remote keypad) should be tested as well.
Arireless transmitters (used in some systems) are designed to provide long battery life under normal operating conditions.
.ongevity of batteries may be as much as 4 to 7 years, depending on the environment, usage, and the specific wireless
~evice being used. External factors such as humidity, high or low temperatures, as well as large swings in temperature, may
dl reduce the actual battery life in a given installation. This wireless system, however, can identify a true low battery situation,
:hus allowing time to arrange a change of battery to maintain protection for that given point within the system.
nstalling an alarm system may make the owner eligible for a lower insurance rate, but an alarm system is not a substitute fol
nsurance. Homeowners, property owners and renters should continue to act prudently in protecting themselves and continue
:0 insure their lives and property.
We continue to develop new and improved protection devices. Users of alarm svstems owe it to themselves and their
Ones to learn about these developments.
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Iovea
INDEX
1321 flF2, 39,41
1321CN, 39,41
41275,39
4137AD, 5,39
4204,5,6,
11, 12,40
4281,5, 6,9
4281H, 6,8,40
4281 L, 6,8,40
4281M ,6,8,40
4285,5, 13, 18,27,28,
29,41
5137AD, 5, 16,39
5700,8
5701,8,41
5706,41
5707,41
5711,41
5715WH, 41
5716, 41
5716WM, 41
5727, 5,8,42
5742,41
5743,41
5775,42
5800,8
5800TM, 40,42,43
5801,5,9,22,42
5802,5,8,35,42
5802CP, 8,35
5802MN, 42
5803, 5,8,9,35,42
5806,42
5807,42
5816,9,43
5817,43
5818,43
5827,5,8,9,43,46
5827BD, 5,8,9,42,43
5849,43
5881, 5,6,9
5881H, 6,8,40
5881 L, 6, 8,40
5881 M, 6,8,40
5890,43
6127,5,40
6128, 5,40
6137, 5, 40
6138, 5,40
6139, 5, 16,40
7720ECP, 13, 18,41
-AA77-716B EOL Relay
Module, 7
“AC” Display, 17
“AC LOSS” Display, 35
Account. No., 19
Action (A), 24,25
Addressable Consoles, 5, 14
Alarm Sounding, 18
Alpha Descriptors, 27
Arming, 34
Arming Ding, 19
ASCII Chart, 29
-B-
-H-
“BAT” Display, 35
Battery, 15, 35, 39
Bell Timeout, 18
Bypassing Zones, 34
Hard Wired Zones, 7
tiouse ID, 9, 18
-1Input Device Type (In), 21
-c“CA Display, 35
Cabinet, 12
“CANCELED AIARM
IXsplay, 35
“CC Display, 35
“CHECK Display, 8,35
Chime Mode,34
Communication, 5
Connections and Terminals,
14,47
Consoles, 5
Contact ID Format, 31
Control’s Circuit Board, 12
CSFM, 49
Custom Alpha Editing, 22,26
Custom Words, 28,29
-DData Fields, 18
Defaults, 17
Dialer Delay, 19
Dictionary, 29
DIP Switch Setting
Input IDs (Loop Codes), 9,
10,22,26,42
-KKeypad, 9,33
-s-
Secondary User Codes, 5,33
Security Codes, 33
Serial Numbers, 9, 10,26
SESCOA, 19
Smoke Detectors, 6, 7, 11
-LLearning RF Input (L), 9,
10,22
Lock, 12
Sniffer Mode, 9,36,37
StarVStop Relay, 24
Supervised Fire, 7
Supervised Transmitters, 8,
21,42
“System Busy” Display, 17
Long Range Radio, 5, 13, 18
Low Battery Signal, 8,35
-T-
-MMaster Code, 5, 16, 17, 18,
33,36
Modem, 32
Multiple Consoles, 5, 14
-NN.O. and/or N.C. Sensors,
6,7
“NO AC” Display, 35
“NOT READY” DiSpky,17,38
4204, 11
4281,8
5881,8
DIP Switch Tables for 5700
RF System Devices, 48
Response Type, 7,20
RF Interference, 9
RF System Type, 8, 18
Tamper, 6,8
Terminals and Connections,
14,47
Test Message, 19
Testing, 36
Three minute Lock-out, 9,43
Transformer, 14,39
Transmitters, 8, 9, 10, 37,
42,43
Trouble Conditions, 35
Troubleshooting, 37
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Disarming, 34
“all”Display, 17,35
Downloading, 10, 17,26,
27,32,38
Duress, 6,33, 34
-E“E4 Display, 17
“E8” Display, 17
‘(EA Display, 35
Earth Ground, 14
“El? Display, 17
Entry Delay, 18
EOLR Fire Zone 6,7
EOLR Supervised, 5, 6,7
Event (EV), 24,25
“EXIT ALARM” Display, 35
Exit Alarm, 35
Exit Delay, 18
Exit Warning, 18
-o“OC Display, 17,35
Output Relay Examples, 44
Output Relay Module, 5, 11,
18,24,26,40
Also see 4204
UL,5, 13, 14, 18, 19,26,
39,40,41,42,48,49
Unsupervised Transmitters,
8,21,42
“lJR” Display, 8
User Codes, 5,33
-PPABX, 19
Panic, 6,34
Phone Lines, 5
Phone No., 19
Phone System, 19
PIRs, 6,9,42,43
Power Failure, 35
Power-up, 15, 17
Programming, 5, 16, 17, 18
-vV-Link, 27,32
Voice Module, 5, 13, 18,27,
28,29,41
-QQuick Arm, 18,33
-RRadionics, 19
“READY” Display, 17,36
Receivers, 5, 6,8,9, 13,40
Receiver’s DIP Switch, 8
Relay Basics, 24
Relay Displays, 25
Relay Outputs, 5, 11, 34
Remote Consoles, 5
Report Codes (RC), 20,21,
23,30
Repotiing Formats, 19,23,
30,39
Response Time, 6,7,20
-F“FC” Display, 35
FCC, 39; @
Fire Sounder, 18
Fire Zone 5), 7
Forced Bypass, 18
Formats, 19,23,30,39
-GGo/No Go Test, 9,36
Grounding, 14
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-wWired Zones, 5,6,7
Wireless Expansion, 5,6,8
Wkeless Keypad, 8,42,43
-zZone Assignment, 20
Zone Characteristics, 6
Zone Descriptors, 27
Zone List (ZL), 11,24,25,26
Zone Resistance, 7
Zone Type/System
Operation (zT), 24,25
Zones
Zones 1-6), 6,7
Zones 7,95, 96),5
Zone 8), 6
Zone 9), 6
ADEMCO
LIMITED WARRANTY
Alarm Device Manufacturing Company, a Division of Pittway Corporation, and its divisions, subsidiaries and affiliates
(“Seller”), 165 Eileen Way, Syosset, New York 11791, warrants its products to be in conformance with its own plans and
specifications and to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service for 18 months from the
date stamp control on the product or, for products not having an Ademco date stamp, for 12 months from date of original
purchase unless the installation instructions or catalog sets forth a shorter period, in which case the shorter period shall
apply. Seller’s obligation shall be limited to repairing or replacing, at its option, free of charge for materials or labor, any
product which is proved not in compliance with Seller’s specifications or proves defective in materials or workmanship under
normal use and service. Seller shall have no obligation under this Limited Warranty or otherwise if the product is altered or
improperly repaired or serviced by anyone other than Ademco factory sewice. For warranty service, return product
transportation prepaid, to Ademco Factory Sewice, 165 Eileen Way, Syosset, New York 11791.
THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OF MERCHANTABILITY,
OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE OR OTHERWISE, WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE HEREOF. IN NO CASE SHALL
SELLER BE LIABLE TO ANYONE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR ANY
OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OR UPON ANY OTHER BASIS OF LIABILITY WHATSOEVER, EVEN IF THE
LOSS OR DAMAGE IS CAUSED BY THE SELLER’S OWN NEGLIGENCE OR FAULT.
Seller does not represent that the products it sells may not be compromised or circumvented; that the products will prevent
any personal injury or property loss by burglary, robbery, fire or otherwise; or that the products will in all cases provide
adequate warning or protection. Customer understands that a properly installed and maintained alarm may only reduce the risk
of a burglary, robbery, fire or other events occurring without providing an alarm, but it is not insurance or a guarantee that such
will not occur or that there will be no personal injury or property loss as a result. CONSEQUENTLY,
SELLER SHALL HAVE NO
LIABILITY FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE OR OTHER LOSS BASED ON A CLAIM THE PRODUCT
FAlLED TO GIVE WARNING. HOWEVER, IF SELLER IS HELD LIABLE, WHETHER DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, FOR ANY
LOSS OR DAMAGE ARISING UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY OR OTHERWISE, REGARDLESS OF CAUSE OR ORIGIN,
SELLER’S MAXIMUM LIABILITY SHALL NOT IN ANY CASE EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT, WHICH
SHALL BE THE COMPLETE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AGAINST SELLER. This warranty replaces any previous warranties
and is the only warranty made by Seller on this product. No increase or alteration, written or verbal, of the obligations of this
Limited Warrantv is authorized.
“iADEMCO)
N7227V2 9194
ALARM DEVICE MANUFACTURING COMPANY
A DIVISIONOF PITPAfAYCORPORATION
165 Eileen
Way,
Syosset,
NY
Cepyrtght 01994
11791
PITTWAY CORPORATION
V9STA=IO PROGRAWIM#NG FORM
FIELD
SYSTEM
●2O
PROGRAMMED
FUNCTION
[
VALUES
]= DsfWtt value
SETUP (*20-*27)
❑ lcl
MASiER CODE
t
’21
QUICK ARM ENABLE
●22
RF SYSTEMTYPE
*23
FORCEDBYPASS FUNCTfON
●24
RF HOUSE ID CODE [0][0]
B-
Enter 4 dqits,Ak9...[4]
[1] [1] [1]
[o=no~l=yes
[O=nonek 1 =5700 (4281~2=5800(5881)
t
[0= none~ 1 = bypassopenzones
U
t
’25
OUTPUT REIAY MODULE
●26
VOICE MODULEACCESS CODE
*27
OUTPUTTO LONG wGE
MUST enter (01-31) for5700 System. Enter aisofor 5827 Keypad
or 5827BD Console.
[o=none~3=4204
El
o
RADIO trl
lstd~w Enterl-9;2nddigit
Enteronly#+ll
[0] in either position= disabled.
foriX1,#+12fort#r.
[0= no]; 1 = yes If yes seleoted, dwler repotts to PRIMARY No. (field
*47) wifl atso be sent via LRR. All dieter and LRR mpts will be in
Contact ID format (overriding field ●46 selection).
ZONE SOUNDS AND TIMIN~ [*28-*39)
*28
SINGLE ALARM SOUNDtN~ONE
’29
[o=no~l=yes
flRE SOUNDERTIME~
t t
*3O
ALARM BELL TIMEOUT
t
0=nonq[l=4
*38
ENTRY DELAY
t
0= Osec; l=20seq [2=30 aeo~3=45s&Z
EXtTDafay= ENTRY Dalay+15sec
*39
AUDIBLE EXIT WARNING
to
DIALER PROGRAMMING
●4O
’41
●42
(*40-*SO)
%
[0= fire sounder timeoutl 1 = no fire sounder timeout
mfn12=8mim3=12min
O=nq[l=yes]
In fieide ●
40, ●
4I, ●
42, enterUDto the numberof digitsshown.DOnotfiII unusedmaces.
,.
Entero-% #+11 & ‘$; #+12 for ‘#’;#+13 fora pau&.
❑
PRIMARY PHONE No.
❑ clclclnlxlcllxlnn
En@rlJp~12di@$.
If fewer than 12 digitsentered,exit by pressingX (and press42, if enteringnextfield).To dear entriesfromfieid, preae+F414!.
SECONDARY PHONE No.
❑ lmclclnmclncln
En@W’~12~9i*
If fewer then 12 digitsentered,exit by pressing?+(and press43, if enteringnextfieid).To dear entriesfromfield, ~rsssX424$.
Enterup to 4 digits.
000
If fewer than 4 digitsentered,sxitby preaslngX (and press41, if entsrtngnextfiaki). To dear entriesfromfield,press+i$40x.
PA$X ACCESS CODE
●43
SUBSCRIBERA&T No.
●45
PHONE SYSTEM SELECT
Enter0-% #+11 for B #+12 forC; #+13 for D
0000
#+14 for E; [#+15 forF1.Enter4$as 4fh digit,if 3+1 dialerrepottingis to be used.
If only3 digitsused,exit by pressing4@nd pressnextfield).To clear entriesfromfietd,press4$43x.
~
~t
~’
Ekarnples:For AoctNo. 1234,entec IT
t ~
ff ~~
Sk /s /1/o~
~“ a WATS ~ne
If Cent. Sta /S on a WATS Iin&
●46
●47
4=60seq5=90sao
REPORTFORMAT
❑
27.
Also see field ●
[0= 3+1, 4+1 ADEMOOUS STANDARD]
1 = 3+1, 4+1 RADIONICSSTANDARD
2= 4+2 ADEMCOUS STANDARD
STANDARD
3= 4+2RADiONICS
❑
SPLIT/DLfALREPORTING
—
15 SEC DIALERDELAY(BURG)
●49
PERIODIC TEST MESSAGE
t U
’50
SESCOIVRADIONICS SELECT
t
●51
.—
CONFIRMATIONOF ARMING DING I u
❑
Dial]; 1 .T~
~~
3= Tons DBl
6or undefined=4+2 A~
E)(pREss
7= ADEMCOCONTAOTiD REPORTING
8= 3+1, 4+1 ADEMCOUS EXPANDED
9= %1, 4+1 RADIOfWCSExPANDED
TOM:~M/kRZHO&40.
TO SECONDARY PHONE No.
2=Afl Reportsekept Opk%xe,
Test
3=
Aiarms,Restore,Canoel
4=~1 ReportsexceptOpe~Cloae, Test
s=
Ail Reports
(Dus/WporUng)
[O= none~ 1 = 24 hr& 2.
Other Repotta
Opsn/Cfoee,Test
All Reports
All Rqxxte
Ail Reports
wkty 3. mnthly. Enter Test Code in field *64.
[O= Radionics (O-9,B-F reporting)]; 1 = SESCOA (0-9 only reporting)
Baled Ofor all other formats.
[0= not 1 = yes
* Entryof a numberotherthan one epeoiSedWI give unprad&aMe results.
ViSTA-10PRV2 9/94 (see instructionsN7227V2)
pu~
2= Pulae D@;
[0= Dfsabie (Baokup report oniy)]
1=
●48
[0.
-a-
’52
ZONE3 RESPONSE TO OPEN
●56
ZONE ASSIGNMENT/ALARM
t
❑
[0. 400 me nominal];1.10
REPORT CODES
ms nomin~
(t see pre~~”~ page)
(See explanationon next page)~
ZONE
ZONE
ZONE
ALARM RPT CODE
DESCRIPTION
No.
(Zn)
TYPE
(Necx)
(ZT)
mm
~~–
Wired Zone 3
mm
~~–
mm
~~-’
mm
~--
Wired Zone 5
Wired Zone 6
Console Panic (#&#, or B)
/4
ZONES ON CONTROG
Wired Zone 1
Wired Zone 4
INPUT LEARNED
DEVICE RF INPUT
(In)
(L)
mm
mm
Duress
m
Tamper
mos
~--
Console Panic (1&X, or A)
mm
cru3--
~--
‘–
..
Console Panic (3&#, or C)
RF EXPANSION ZONES: Wm 4281L,up to 4 RF expansionzones available; 4281M or 4281H, up to ~
5881L,I@ to 8; 5881M or5881H, Ufl to 16.
1st RF Expansion Zone [-[
1’[
~nn
-b-
ENTER FOR
~ 5800 ONLY4
ZO’US
AS SI@NMC#47
IN
THE PRCVi OUS PA GS’i8
T“ABLE :
Zn =ZONE NUMBER zoneNoe.arefromolto@85,86.-sanle ampre-eedgnad.
wi(hFfefdY22eetfwRF(67000r.5600),
ueezoneNoa.lo-68.
05= Tru@eDay/AJannf4fgM
i(l=htSfitYW/f)alSy
Oo=zalamused
ZONE TYPE
~=
DEFAULT VALUES
of.~~
20= AmkStav
06=24 HrS3ent
n: 0f02tm
0405
f
04= IntarkxFol@er
08+Fire
==w-~
n: 0607%%
T: [071[06] [00] [00]
RC = ALARM REPORT CODE TwoHaxDf@s. Fmachfiex~errtec0&08for0-8,
loforA,ll forf3,12forc,13for D,14for E,15for F.
ti”a”k-hhnm~dm,w
mtikm~ntihtzm.
Fw_lD_~km_~
~.tiq
WxdgR~(~rk”~)intie
ffrstpakofboxsa. Thee@ofKtpafrof boXeebvHibignorad.
In = LOOP INPUT DEVfCE
m
Mm
Enter3forRE Sqmksd RF
Entar4foruR
Entar5forBFt -Rr
m
(5600).RFLoopInputDevioae,Rsoodtransmitterinputnumber.
L = LEARNEDRF INPUT Ueedwitheeff-iearnfng
REPORT CODES (%0-7S):
Wfth a 3+1 or 4+t standard ForrneV Entera oodeM the
fimtbox:1-9,0, B, C, D, E, or F. Enter‘#+10’forO,‘#+11’fw B,
‘#+12’forC,%13’ fw D,‘%+14’forE,“3+15”forF.
A“O’(nof”#+l&) inthe~boxwfll
dkablaar@port
A “0° (not ‘#+10”) In the s-d
box wifi result in albmado
advancatothenextflekf whenpmgrammfng.
WNh an Expanded or 4+2 Formafi Enteroodaein boti
mx-(l*titi
d@)til-9,0,
wSF, m~b.
AOO*(ti’#+l&) hhtitiM~Ke_
meeeagefwthatreporL
A*O’(nof”#+lO’)fnixXtrEoxeswf8
dlssMafheraporL
With Ademco Contest ID Reporting Enterany dfgit(oth6r
h’O”)lntia
fimtti, ~-2-@
m~(_htia
eecurrdboxee
willbe ignored).
A’O’(not ‘#+lO”)fnthel%stboxwilfdiaabfethsr
aporL
Ersr@es:ForOode3 (Sk@ ~), ~
~
~~
For Code 32 (TWOD~),
entac ml
TROUBLEREPORTCODE
“61
BYPASSREPORTCODE
●62
AC LOSSREPORTCXX2E
●63
LOW BAITERY REFORTCODE
●S4
TE~ REPORTCODE
●65
i
OPENEXT ALARMREPORTCODE
BB
2nddi@ofOPENR EPORTiea@maWfyeentaethe
ueer numberif expandedor 4+2 rapoMngfe aekcted.
2rrddi@of EXITAUU?MREPORT leaumn#@yeerrt
aethe2nddigttof thezoneafann Iefxlrtcedepre
grammedin*56, ifexpandedor4+2 repottlngfeeekcted.
●67
“69
TROUBLERESIORE REPORTCODE
“72
BYPASSRESTOREREPORT00DE
●7h
AC RESTOREREPORTCODE
’74
LOWSATRESTOREREPORTCODE
●75
RFXMTRLOBATRSTREFORTCODE
●83
ml
●6O
“92
~
B
CUSTOM ALPHAEDIWNG: (Afeoentaradfmm fiefd’56)
Sss pmcadure in k#m#ons,
ADDIDELETE5600 RF INPUT IDs (Alsocan be eccom56} see procedurein insbucfions,
pllehedfromfield ●
56.
underfield ●
❑
REPORTSPERARMEDPERIOD
[O=lomextotaialalnl +alarmreetore],l .unhited
DOWNLOAD INFO (*94, ●
95)
*94
●9S
“96
●97
RFXMTFifJ.WVRATREFORTOODE
E
DOWNLOADPHONE No.
❑
clclclclnclnnncln
Enterup to 12 digits:O-9 #+11 for ‘4P;#+12 for ‘#’;#+13
for a pause. Do notfillunusedspaces. If fewer than 12
digitsentered,exitfield by preaeingx (and press95, if
enterhg nextffefd).
To dear entriesfromfield, press#$944F.
AWAY/STAYOLOSE ~CODE
l’i~[
2rrddigitof ShyCLOSE REPORT is @on@ody
thaueertir,
ifexpanded or4+2mpotUnglee%X.
●68
CANOELREFOFWCODE
RESTORE REPORT CODES ~69-V5)
“71
●82
SYSTEM STATUS REPORT CODES (%0=’66)
●66
RESTOREREPO~ CODE
i?nddigitleautomdd lyeentaethe2nd aigit the
56, if
zone alarm raport COde programmed In ●
expandedor 4+2 reportingteeelacted.
OUTPUT AND SYSTEM SEtUP (“80-’92)
ml
ForCode B2(He Xadedm@)entec ~
’70
RINGDE? COUNTFOR DOWNLOADING
n
[O=DiaableStationInitiated~
l-lkrwnberof
rings(l-9, #+lO=lo* #+11=11, #+12=12, #+13=13,
#+14=14~ 15=anewelfrrgmachinedefeat (#+15=15)
lNfTfAUZESDOWNLOADID , SUBSCRIBERACCOUNT
No. FOR lNfTIALDOWNLOAO No entrymquirad
~
ALLPROGRAMFfELDSTO DEFAULTVALUES
No entryrequksd.
MODE ~66 or ●
99)
TO EXIT .-RAM
Praee
X96or 4@9if exitingprogramming,or nextfiakinumberif
conflnuing.
EXITS PROGRAMMINGMODE end pmvsnfs rwntry
●98
by MaetarCode+Code+O.
EXITS PROGRAMMINGMODE em3
●99
sknvswentryby MaaterCode+Oode+O
or by Power-up+*+#.
-
GROUP RESTORESforTROUBLE,
n
RF LOW BAT, BYPAS$3[0 = no (reportforeeohrestore)],
l=yee(report aftarallzone ereatomd)
Notw ●1”notepplkabfe to ContactID reporting.
-c-
I
OUTPUT RELAYS WORKSHEET
FOR FIELDS *80, and
*81.
Applicable only if relays are to be used.
Fiii in required data and foiiow detaiied programming procedure
DATA FIELDS section of installation instructions
described in PROGRAWWW
*8 O
OUTPUT RELAYS
Notes: 1.
2.
\
OUTPUT
RELAY
RELAY
ACTION
01
h
02
•1
❑
❑
03
04
Where:
Field ●
25 must be programmed for a 4204 (Relays 01 to 04).
Tampers of contacts or expansion unit cannot be used to operate relays.
START
● either or both~
ZONE
ZONE TYPE
EVENT LIST
ISYST OP’N
b;
❑
❑
❑
STOP
h either or both+
“RESTORE of” ZONE TYPE
ZONE
LIST
ISYST
OP’ N
&
6
&
0
❑o
•1
In
n
In
n
❑l
❑
❑
❑l
❑o
A = RELAY ACTION
EV = EVENT
ZL = ZONE LIST
O= No Response;1 = Closefor 2 eeq 2. Closeand stay closed;3 = Pulseon and off
O= Not used; 1 = Alarm;2 = Fault 3 = Trouble
1,2,
or 3 (fromField ●81) or O= Not Used.
LIST:
~ZONE
Uponalarm, fault,or troubleof ANY zone on this list,relayactionwill START.
~“RESTOREof”ZONE
LIST
Upon restoreof ALL zones on this list, relay actionwill STOP.
It need not be same listse used for START.
ZT = ZONE TYPE/SYSTEM OPERATION
Choices for Zone TYpee are:
06= 24 Hr silent
oo=Notueed
01 = Entry/Exit
07= 24 Hr Audible
fault, or troublewill actuate relay:
03= Perimeter
06=24 HrAux
04= InterforFollower
09= Fire
05= TroubleDay/AlarmNight
10= Interiorw/Delay
=’
Choices for System Oparation ara:
33= Any BurglaryAlarm
20= Arming-Stay
36= Chime
21. Arming-Away
34= Code+ #+7 KeyEntry
39= Any fire Alarm
22= Disarming(Code+ OFF)
35= Cocfe+#+8Key Entry
40. Bypassing
31. End of ExiiTime
36. At BellTimeout**
41 = AC PowerFailure
32= Start of EntryTime
37= 2 times BellTimeout”*
42= SystemBatteryLow
**Or at Disarming,whicheveroccursearlier,
* 81
ZONE LISTS FOR OUTPUT RELAYS
Record desired zone numbers. More or fewer boxes than shown maybe
needed, since any list may include any or all of system’s zone numbers.
Zone List 1: Started or stopped by zone numbers (enter 00 to end entries).
❑0
III,
❑o
❑ 0, ❑ 0
❑0
❑ 0, ❑ 0, ❑ n, ❑ n
etc.
Zone List 2 Started or stopped by zone numbers (enter 00 to end entries).
❑0
❑ n,
III*
❑ n, ❑ 0$ ❑ o
❑0
❑ 0, ❑ 0$
III
etc.
❑0
etc.
Zone List 3: Started or stopped by zone numbers (enter 00 to end entries).
❑0
❑0
❑0
❑o
❑ 0s ❑ 0
-d-
❑ 0, ❑ 0
❑n
n