How to Use the Z1100e Security Control

How to Use the Z1100e Security Control
Overview
Read Me First…Read Me First…Read Me First…Read Me First…Read Me First…Read Me First
THANK YOU for purchasing the Moose Products Inc. Z1100e Security Control. You
have taken a big step in protecting your family, home or business. Your system is precision
engineered to provide years of reliable performance.
Please read these instructions carefully to become familiar with your new system and take
advantage of its man capabilities. After reading, these instructions should be kept in a safe
place for future reference.
Security needs vary, therefore, this system has been custom designed to meet your specific
requirements. For this reason, the company that sold and installed your system may have
included more or less features than indicated in this manual.
Your system consists of three main components. The first component is the Z1100e
Security Control panel which provides the main system electronics to which all other
system components are connected to and controlled by. The control divides your system
into several zones which determine areas and type of protection. For instance, zone
number one may be used as a main entry door of the intrusion detection system while zone
six may be used to provide glass breakage detection. The second system component
includes the detection devices. These devices, which are connected to the system zones,
may include intrusion detection devices such as door or window contacts, interior motion
sensing devices, glass breakage detectors, etc., or may consist of devices to detect other
conditions such as flood, furnace failure, or emergency conditions.
The third system component is the control station through which you control our system
and receive information from the control panel.
Your system is controlled by entering a selected Command Digit followed by a Personal
Authorization Code (PAC) at the control station. To prevent unauthorized tampering, the
system will lock up for eight seconds and produce an error tone any time an invalid or out
of sequence key is pressed. The system can then be cleared by waiting the eight seconds or
by pressing the * (Reset) key. Your system is powered by a low voltage transformer and
includes a standby battery which takes over in the event of a power outage. The standby
battery is constantly being recharged as long as your electricity is on and should provide
years of trouble free service.
Please be sure to have the sales and installation company explain the components and
operation of your security system. If help is ever needed, refer to the system
reference guide for the telephone number of the company that sold and installed your
system.
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Section
Page
Control Station Indicator Lights…………………………………….....3
Arming And Disarming The Control…………………………………..4
Diagnosing A Problem…………………………………………………..7
Emergency Panic Zones…………………….…………………………...8
Zone Bypassing (Shunting)……………………………………………...9
Additional Features……………….…………………………………….10
Fire Detection……………………………………………………………11
Electrical Power And The Standby Battery…………………………...12
System Reference Guide…………………………………….…………..14
Glossary…………………………………………………………………..16
Emergency Evacuation Plan…………………………………………….18
Index………………………………………………………………………19
Quick Reference Guide…………………………………………………..20
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Control Station Indicator Lights
POWER
If LIGHTED, AC electrical power is supplied to the control.
If NOT LIGHTED, Control is not receiving AC electrical power and is
operating on the standby battery.
If BLINKING, refer to ELECTRICAL POWER AND THE STANDBY
BATTERY on page 12.
READY TO ARM
If LIGHTED, all intrusion detection zones are secure. The control is ready
to arm.
If NOT LIGHTED, The control is not ready to arm. One or more intrusion
detection zones are open.
If BLINKING, one or more intrusion detection zones are by-passed. Part
of the building is unprotected. See page 9.
ARMED
If LIGHTED, the control is armed.
If NOT LIGHTED, the control is disarmed. See ARMING AND
DISARMING YOUR SYSTEM.
If BLINKING, an intrusion detection alarm has occurred. See ALARM
MEMORY DISPLAY.
INTERIOR
Delay
ON
If LIGHTED, the interior intrusion detection devices are connected to and
active with the control.
If BLINKING, the control attempted to communicate with the central
station but failed.
OFF
If LIGHTED, the control is ignoring the interior intrusion detection
devices.
If BLINKING an Auxiliary “B”
alarm has been activated.
ON
If LIGHTED, the control provides a specific time delay for disarming after
entrance through a delay designated zone. See ENTRANCE DELAY
ZONES.
OFF
AUXILIARY
If BLINKING, a MEMORY ERROR has occurred. Call for service.
If LIGHTED, entrance time delay is cancelled. If the control is armed,
entrance through or violation of any burglary zone will cause an
immediate alarm.
If BLINKING, an Auxiliary “C”
alarm has been activated.
If LIGHTED, an Auxiliary “A”
alarm has been activated.
If NOT LIGHTED, The Auxiliary “A”
alarm is operating
normally.
If BLINKING, the control has detected a supervisory/trouble alert
condition from one or more zones.
Note: The indicators are capable of displaying two conditions simultaneously. For instance, if
an intrusion alarm had occurred and the system was currently disarmed, the ARMED
indicator would repeatedly blink for one second, then go out for one second, indicating both
DISARMED status and ALARM MEMORY.
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Arming And Disarming The Control
Operation…Operation…Operation…Operation…Operation…Operation…Operation…Operation…
Arming The Control Prior To Leaving
ARM 1
Before the control can be armed, all of the intrusion zones must be secure as indicated by the
green READY TO ARM light. If the READY TO ARM light is off, one or more zones are
faulted. Check to be sure that all protected doors, windows, and other areas are secured and
locked. If necessary, use the ZONE STATUS command (page 7) to obtain a display of the
zone(s) that are not secure.
1. Verify that the READY TO ARM light is on.
2. Press the ARM command (“1”) then your Personal Authorization Code (PAC).
3. The control station will begin beeping and the red ARMED light will light to indicate that the
system is armed.
4. Leave the building immediately.
The control is programmed with an exit delay time which allows a specific amount of time to leave
through any delay defined intrusion detection zone without causing an alarm. Refer to the
SYSTEM REFERENCE GUIDE to determine which zones are delayed and for what period of
time. If too much time is taken to exit, the beeping tone will change to a steady tone, indicating the
start of entry delay. Disarm the control and start over to avoid a false alarm.
Arming The Control Without Leaving
Your security system is divided into two areas of protection:
1. PERIMETER- The first line of defense. Consists of one or more zones which detect intrusion
through doors and windows.
2. INTERIOR- The backup or second line of defense. Consists of one or more zones that
detect intruders that have already entered the building. Interior detection devices usually
consist of motion detection devices, interior door contacts, and under carpet sensors, designed
to surprise the intruder.
Prior to arming the control, you may first choose to turn off the interior protection, allowing free
movement within the building when armed.
INTERIOR 4
To Turn The Interior Off And Arm The Perimeter Zones Only
ARM 1
1. Press the INTERIOR command (4) then your PAC.
2. The yellow INTERIOR OFF light will light.
3. Arm the system by pressing the command to arm (1) then your PAC.
Note: When you disarm, the interior automatically returns to INTERIOR ON unless your
installer has programmed this feature differently.
WARNING: It is possible to arm the system even if the standby battery is disconnected.
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Entrance Delay Zones
DELAY
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Your system may contain one or more entrance delay zones as noted in the SYSTEM
REFERENCE GUIDE. Sometimes you may want to arm the control without the delay and
make them instant zones.
For example, you may want to arm the system while remaining in the building. By changing
the delay zones to instant, the alarm will immediately sound when any zone is violated
(opened).
To Turn The Delay Off
1. Press the DELAY command (5) then your PAC.
2. The yellow DLEAY OFF indicator will light.
3. Arm the system using the ARM command (1) then your PAC.
Note: When you disarm, the delay automatically returns to DLEAY ON unless the installer
has programmed it differently.
Disarming Upon Entering The Premises
ARM
1
Your system is programmed with one or more entrance delay zones which allow time to enter
the premises without causing an alarm. Different delay zones may have different allowable
entry times to be sure to check in the SYSTEM REFERENCE GUIDE for this information.
1. After entering the premises through a delay zone, the control station will sound a
continuous tone to remind you to disarm the system. CAUTION: If the armed light is
blinking, an alarm has occurred. Leave the premises immediately and get to the
nearest phone to contact the proper authorities. Do not proceed into the premises.
Note: If your system has the “Interior Follower” feature enabled, all interior designated
zones automatically become delay zones whenever you first enter through a delay zone. This
allows you to walk in front of motion detectors on the way to the control station after you
enter. Refer to the SYSTEM REFERENCE GUIDE for details on your system.
2. Press the command to disarm (1) the your PAC. (Arming and disarming are performed by
the same command key).
3. The red armed light should turn off indicating that the system is disarmed. If the red armed
light does not go out, press the clear key “ * ” and repeat step 2.
The “ARMED” indicator is capable of displaying two conditions simultaneously. For
instance, if an alarm had recently occurred and the system was currently disarmed, the
indicator would repeatedly blink for one second then go off for one second, indicating both
DISARMED status and ALARM MEMORY (Do not confuse this for ARMED status).
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Abbreviated Arming
ARM
1
The installing company may have been programmed the control with an abbreviated arming
feature. This feature will allow you to arm the control and perform other commands using only
the command key followed by the first digit of your PAC. Disarming however, will still
require the entire code sequence.
This feature not only saves time but allows the freedom of letting a non-permanent user, such
as a repairman, temporary help, etc., arm the system as they leave without knowing your
complete PAC.
What To Do For A False Alarm
ARM
1
If for any reason a false alarm does occur, you should do the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the arm command (1) and your PAC.
The armed light should be off or blinking (to indicate ALARM MEMORY.)
Notify the appropriate authorities of the alarm immediately.
Pressing the “ * ” key will stop the ALARM MEMORY indicator from blinking.
Monitoring Zones With The System Disarmed
MONITOR
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The MONITOR command allows the control to monitor zones when it is disarmed. When the
MONITOR is on, the control will beep when any burglar zone is opened.
For example, the MONITOR command will cause the control situation to beep three times
whenever the front door has been opened. Many businesses use this type of signal to announce
that a customer has entered. In a residential application, the MONITOR command might be
used to announce children coming and going.
To Turn The Monitor On
1.
2.
3.
4.
The system must be disarmed.
Press the MONITOR command (6) then your PAC.
The control station will beep three times to signify that the MONITOR is on.
The control will beep three times when any burglar zone is opened.
Note: The MONITOR feature does not annunciate interior zones.
To Turn The Monitor Off
1. Press the MONITOR command (6) then your PAC.
2. The control station will beep two times to signify that you have turned the MONITOR
off.
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Diagnosing A Problem
Troubleshoting Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Troubleshooting
Zone Status Display
ZONE STATUS 2
The zone status command is used to identify which zones are opened or bypassed (shunted).
This is useful prior to arming the system when the ready light is off or blinking. The control
station lights become indicators for each zone when this command is used.
1. Lift the control station to reveal the zone location label.
2. Press the zone status command (2) then your PAC.
3. The lights on the control will become indicators which indicate the status of each zone.
Read the zone name labels for zones 01-08 that your installer applied to the left of each
light (with the control station door lifted).
4. Status of each zone, 01-08, will now be indicated as follows:
LIGHT ON…………ZONE OPEN (Window or door left open, etc.)
LIGHT BLINKING...ZONE SHUNTED (BYPASSED)
LIGHT OFF………...ZONE IS SECURE
5. If your system is equipped with 16 zones, press the zone status command (2) once again
to display zones 09-16. Pressing your PAC is not required on this step.
The zone status display will remain on for eight seconds after which the lights automatically
switch back to normal mode. The display time may be extended by pressing any key except the
“*”.
After identifying the violated zone, recheck all doors, windows, etc. to correct the problem and
to display a ready light. If the cause of the problem cannot be found, you may bypass the
faulted zone or call your installer for service. Refer to BYPASSING ZONES (SHUNTING),
page 9.
Alarm Memory Display
ALARM MEMORY 3
The armed light blinks to visually alert you when an alarm has occurred. The alarm memory
command may be used to identify the specific zone that caused the most recent alarm.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Lift the control station door to reveal the zone location label.
Press the ALARM MEMORY command (3) then your PAC.
The lights on the control will now become alarm memory indicators of zones 01-08.
Any light that is ON indicates the zone that caused the most recent alarm. Read the zone
name labels for zones 01-08 with the control station door lifted.
5. If your system has 16 zones, press the alarm memory command (3) once again to display
zones 09-16. (Pressing your PAC is not required in this step.)
6. The alarm memory display will remain on for eight seconds after which the lights
automatically switch back to the normal mode. The display time may be extended for
eight additional seconds by pressing any key except the * .
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Emergency Panic Zones
Emergency…Emergency…Emergency…Emergency…Emergency…Emergency…Emergency…Emergency
Emergency zones are permanently armed, 24 hours a day. These zones may be activated by
pressing designated buttons on your control station or through separate emergency buttons if
installed. Your installer may have enabled or disabled any or all of the emergency zones.
Check with the installer for details pertaining to your installation.
To Activate The Auxiliary “A”
Emergency Zone
1. Press keys 1 and 7 simultaneously and hold for three seconds.
2. The control station will beep rapidly and the red AUXILIARY indicator will light.
3. The AUXILIARY “A” alarm will sound.
To Activate The Auxiliary “B”
Emergency Zone
1. Press keys 1 and 3 simultaneously and hold for three seconds.
2. The control station will beep rapidly and the yellow INTERIOR OFF indicator (which is
also the Auxiliary “B” light) will blink.
3. The Auxiliary “B” alarm will sound.
Note: Your system may be programmed for non-indicating and/or silent Auxiliary “B”
operation, in which case there may be no visual or audible indication of alarm.
To Activate The Auxiliary “C”
Emergency Zone
1. Press keys 3 and 9 simultaneously and hold for three seconds.
2. The control will beep slowly and the yellow DELAY OFF indicator (which is also the
Auxiliary “C” light) will blink.
3. The Auxiliary “C” alarm will sound.
RESET
*
To Silence and Reset Emergency Zones
ARM
1
1. Notify your alarm monitoring service , or the appropriate authorities immediately if the
alarm was unintentional.
2. Press the “ * ” key to silence the control station and the alarm.
3. Press the ARM command (1) then your PAC to turn off the appropriate indicator light
and reset your system.
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Zone Bypassing (Shunting)
Bypassing…Bypassing…Bypassing…Bypassing…Bypassing…Bypassing…Bypassing…Bypassing…
The shunt key is used to bypass selected zones in your system. A bypassed zone will NOT be
capable of activating an alarm since it is temporarily removed from your system. Shunting is
most commonly used to allow free movement of an area (zone or group of zones) while arming
the rest of the system or to temporarily remove a zone or zones that require service allowing
partial use of the system until repaired.
Note: When shunts are enabled, security is compromised.
To Shunt (Bypass A Zone)
SHUNT #
1. The system must be disarmed.
2. Press the SHUNT command (#) then press the two digits, 01-16 corresponding to the
zone to be bypassed. (Be sure to enter all zones as two digits: 01, 02, 03,..., etc.)
3. The READY TO ARM indicator light will blink.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to shunt other zones if desired.
5. The ZONE STATUS command may be used to verify which zones are bypassed and
which zones are secure. (See page 7.)
To Remove A Shunt From A Zone
1. The system must be disarmed.
2. Press the SHUNT command (#) then the number of the zone to be restored to service, 0116. (Be sure to enter all zones as two digits: 01, 02, 03,…, etc.)
3. The READY TO ARM light will stop blinking unless another zone is bypassed.
To Remove All Shunts
1. Press the SHUNT command (#) then 9.
2. The READY TO ARM light will stop blinking when all zone shunts are removed.
To Automatically Shunt All Faulted Zones
1. Press the shunt command (#) then 0 plus 0.
2. All faulted zones will automatically be shunted. The indicator(s) corresponding to the
zone(s) shunted will blink for eight seconds.
Force Arming (This feature is disabled in U.L. Listed systems)
Your system may be programmed for quick arming even with one or more zones faulted. In
this condition, when an attempt is made to arm the system with faulted zones (ready light
OFF), the control station will emit a two second error tone, indicating that the system refused to
arm. If a second attempt to arm is made within eight seconds after the tone quits, all faulted
zones will automatically be bypassed and the system will Force Arm. Depending upon how
your system was programmed at the time of installation, force armed zones will either be
permanently bypassed until the disarming or may return to operation when or if they become
operable.
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Additional Features
Features…Features…Features…Features…Features…Features…Features…Features…Features…
The Reset Key
RESET *
The “ * ” key is used to reset the control station after an improper code sequence has been
made. It also silences the control station for Auxiliary “A”, “B”, and “C” alarms and silences
the audible alarms for Auxiliary “A” and “C”. However, the * does not cancel reporting to the
central station, if enabled. When in doubt, press the “ * ” key and begin again.
The Access Key
If your system was purchased with the ACCESS feature enabled, it may be used as a timing
device or keyless control. Some common uses of this feature are for activating electric door
releases or turning on outside lights. Consult your installer for more information about this
key.
Keyswitch Operation
Your system may also have a conventional keyswitch for arming and disarming only.
Arming
1. Verify that the READY TO ARM light is on.
2. Insert your key into the lock and turn. Hold for one second and release.
3. The red ARMED indicator will light indicating that the system is armed.
Disarming
1. Insert the key into the lock and turn. Hold the key for one second and release.
2. The ARMED light will go off indicating that the system is disarmed.
Note: Your system may also be capable of performing other features from the key switch.
Consult your installer for the particulars of your system.
Remote Programming
Your system may be serviced remotely from the alarm company’s central station or service
office providing that the system is set up for Remote Programming. Look to see if the box
labeled “Remote Programming Enabled” is checked on page 15 of check with your security
representative.
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Programming
Programming…Programming…Programming…Programming…Programming…Programming…
Certain features of your system are programmable through the control station. Pressing the
PROGRAM command (9) and entering the Master Programming Code places the system into
programming mode. This code is used for programming only. Other programming functions
may be possible that are not detailed in this section. Consult your security representative for a
list of the user programmable features of your system. Obtain the Master Programming Code
from your security representative and record in the space provided below.
MASTER PROGRAMMING CODE
WARNING: Do not attempt to program the system unless you have been properly trained on
programming procedures and you are sure that you fully understand this operation.
Changing Your Personal Programming Code (PAC)
Your system has the capability of being programmed for use of up to 16 personal authorization
codes plus 1 temporary authorization code. Each code may be added, deleted, or changed as
necessary. The temporary code may also be programmed for the amount of times that it will
function. The system requires each code to be of five digits in length. Shorter codes are
possible by programming zeros as the remaining digits. The zeros will not become part of the
code. Therefore, no code may end in zero. For example, a code of 234 would be programmed
as 23400.
Determine your new personal authorization code. If you make an error while programming,
press the “ * ” key five times and start over from step 1.
WARNING: Pressing the “ * ” key while programming a code may result in an improper
code operation, therefore you MUST return to step 1 when an error is made.
1. The system must be disarmed.
2. Press the PROGRAM command (9) then enter the MASTER PROGRAMMING CODE.
The control station will emit two beeps and all indicator lights will blink when the
programming mode is successfully entered (see note º on page C).
3. Press the number corresponding to the personal authorization code you wish to program
then press the # key. For example, press 1 and # to program PAC 1, or 6 then # to
program PAC 6, etc. The control station will beep three times to signify acceptance.
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4. Enter the 5 digits for the new PAC. This code must be five digits in length. A shorter
code is possible by entering zeros into any unused locations following the desired code.
(No actual code may end in zero). After the fifth digit is entered, the control station
will emit one short beep followed by one long beep then the system will exit the
programming mode automatically. To program another code, return to step 2.
Programming A Temporary Code (PAC17)
An optional feature of your system allows you to assign a certain number of valid uses to
Personal Authorization Code 17. After the code has been used the programmed amount of
times, it automatically becomes disabled. This code may be assigned to a maintenance man, a
maid, or anyone who you would like to be able to arm and disarm the system for a selected
number of times without having to give out your regular PAC. After the uses have expired, the
code can be re-enabled by programming in another number indicating how many times that it
can be used. It will not be necessary to re-program the actual code unless changing the code
itself is desired.
The following steps assume that you have already programmed PAC 17 and now wish to
assign the number of valid uses:
1. The system must be disarmed.
2. Press the PROGRAM command (9) then enter the Master Programming Code.
The control station will beep two times. All indicator lights will blink. (See note º on page C.)
3. Press keys 1 plus 7 plus # which instructs the control that you wish to program the
desired code sequence for PAC17. The control station will beep three times.
4. Enter the desired code sequence for PAC17. This code must be five digits in length. A
shorter code is possible by entering zeros into any unused locations following the desired
code. (No actual code may end in zero). After the fifth digit is entered, the control
station will emit one short beep followed by one long beep that the system will exit the
programming mode automatically.
5. Repeat step 2 to re-enter the programming mode.
6. Press keys 1 plus 9 plus # which instructs the control that you wish to program the
number of valid uses for PAC17. The control station will beep two times.
7. Enter the number of uses desired, 1-255, then “ * ”. The control station will beep two
times.
8. Press “ * ” to exit the programming mode automatically.
Note: The temporary code may perform all of the functions of your regular PAC.
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Changing The Master Programming Code
The Master Programming Code authorizes you for system programming only and does not arm
or disarm or operate other commands. The Master Programming Code must be 5 digits in
length.
1. The system must be disarmed.
2. Press the PROGRAM command (9) then enter the current Master Programming Code.
The control station will beep two times. All indicator lights will blink.º
3. Press 1 plus 8 plus # which instructs the control that you wish to change the Master
Programming Code.
4. Enter the 5 digits for the new Master Programming Code. This code must be five digits
in length. A shorter code is possible by entering zeros into any unused locations
following the desired code. (No actual ode may end in zero). After the fifth digit is
entered, the control station will emit one short beep followed by one long beep then the
system will exit the programming mode automatically.
º Note regarding Remote Programming ability:
If the bottom light on the control station remains steady (ON) after entering the
programming mode, this indicates that the Remote Programming ability has been
enabled. This is a feature that permits the installing company (or someone assigned by
them) to troubleshoot and remotely control features of your system.
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Deleting A Code
1. The system must be disarmed.
2. Press the PROGRAM command (9) then enter the Master Programming Code. The
control station will beep two times. All indicator lights will blink.º
3. Press keys 2 plus 2 plus # which instructs the control that you wish to delete a code. The
control station will beep three times to signify acceptance.
4. Enter the number of the code to be deleted. This number must be 2 digits in length.
Example: Pac number 1 must be entered as 01.
5. The code is now deleted. The system will automatically exit the programming mode.
º Note regarding Remote Programming ability:
If the bottom light on the control station remains steady (ON) after entering the
programming mode, this indicates that the Remote Programming ability has been
enabled. This is a feature that permits the installing company (or someone assigned by
them) to troubleshoot and remotely control features of your system.
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Fire Detection
Your system may or may not include fire detection, depending upon what options were
purchased, and the local codes and regulations for your area. It should be noted that all fire
systems require regular testing and maintenance. Common household dust build-up in smoke
detectors can cause them to false alarm or fail in a time of need. Consult your security
representative for a scheduled maintenance program.
What To Do If The Fire Alarm Sounds
RESET *
1. The red AUXILIARY light will be on.
2. Press the “ * ” key to silence the control station and the audible alarm.
3. The red AUXILIARY light will remain on.
4. Press the ARM command (1) then your Personal Authorization Code (PAC) to clear the
alarm.
5. Notify the alarm monitoring service or the proper authorities immediately if the alarm
was unintentional.
6. If the AUXILIARY light begins blinking, a Fire Supervisory/Trouble condition exists.
Refer to the following section.
Fire Supervisory/Trouble (Resetting Smoke Detectors)
Many smoke detectors “latch on” and illuminate a built in indicator when triggered. This
feature allows you to determine which detector caused the alarm. If a smoke detector remains
latched after resetting a fire alarm activation, the red “AUXILIARY” indicator will be
blinking. If the condition exists:
1. Check all smoke detectors for the presence of a latched condition to determine which
detector triggered the alarm. If all detectors appear normal, a wire may be broken or
shorted. Call for service.
2. Press the SMOKE/BAT. command (7) then your Personal Authorization Code (PAC).
The system will attempt to reset the smoke detectors and also test the system battery. The
system will automatically wxit this mode when the test is completed. If the smoke
detector did not reset, the AUXILIARY light will continue to blink. Call your security
representative for service.
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Electrical Power And The Standby Battery
Power Light On
The green POWER indicator on the control station should be lighted when both the electricity
and the standby battery are present and functional. In the event of electrical power loss, your
system will switch automatically to a standby battery. This battery should power the system
for a minimum of 4 hours and recharge when the electrical power is restored.
Power Light Off
If the POWER light is off for any reason other than a neighborhood power failure, a complete
check of the buildings’ circuit breakers or fuse panel and the plug-in transformer that powers
the alarm system should be performed. If the problem cannot be found or corrected, call the
installing company for service.
Power Light Blinking
If the power light is linking and the control station is beeping, the system battery is weak or an
internal fuse is blown. The “ * ” key may be pressed to silence the control station, if it is
beeping. Extended power outages will discharge the battery. However, it normally recharges
itself within 16 hours. Manually test the battery after it has had time to recharge. If the battery
fails the test again, call your installer for service.
Manually Testing The Battery
SMOKE/BATT.
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1. Press the SMOKE/BATT command (7) then your PAC.
2. Wait 5 seconds.
3. If the battery is fully charged, the POWER indicator will illuminate. If the battery is
weak, the POWER light will start blinking and the control station will beep rapidly.
4. The “ * ” key may be pressed to silence the control station, if it is beeping.
Audible Zone Testing
TEST
8
The TEST mode commands the control station to beep continuously and the light
corresponding zone indicator, each time a zone is violated. The zone indicator of each tested
zone will remain lighted while each succeeding zone is tested. Testing can be performed only
while the system is disarmed
Note: A lighted zone indicator means that at least one sensor of that particular zone had
been tested. It does not necessarily mean that all sensors of that zone were tested. It is
recommended that you test your system on a weekly basis.
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1. The system must be disarmed.
2. To simplify testing, all zones should be first secured or the control station will beep
continuously as soon as the test mode is entered. The zone indicator lights, however, will
still indicate each tested zone.
3. Press the test command (8) then your PAC to test zones 01-08.
4. Open any protected door or window. The control station will beep and the zone violated
will illuminate on the control station.
5. Close the door or window. The control station will stop beeping.
6. You may also want to walk test the motion detection devices to check whether the pattern
is covering the areas of concern. Bear in mind that interior detection devices will also
cause the control station to beep if entering those protected areas when testing unless the
control is first placed in the INTERIOR OFF status.
7. Begin at step three to test the remaining sensors.
8. Press 8 again to test zones 09-16.
9. Press the “ * ” key when finished testing.
Note: Your system should be regularly tested at least once per week to insure proper
operation. Contact your security representative for complete instructions on regular system
maintenance and testing policies.
Auxiliary
The light on the face of the control station labeled AUXILIARY refers to a special circuit that
the installer may have set up. Check the SYSTEM REFERENCE GUIDE to see if it is used in
your system.
What To Do If The Auxiliary Alarm Sounds
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The red AUXILIARY light will be ON.
Press the “ * ” key to silence the control station.
The red AUXILIARY light will remain ON.
Press the ARM command (1) then your PAC to clear the alarm.
If the AUXILIARY light begins blinking, refer to SUPERVISORY/TROUBLE.
Supervisory/Trouble
The SUPERVISROY/TROUBLE indicator begins blinking (bottom red indicator light), when
a problem exists in the AUXILIARY detection circuit (such as a broken or shorted wire) or any
zone that your installer programmed for Supervisory/Trouble notification. Refer to the
SYSTEM REFERENCE GUIDE on page 2 to determine if any zones are programmed for
Supervisory/Trouble notification.
What To Do If A Supervisory Trouble Condition Exists
1. Press the “ * ” key to silence the control station.
2. If the light continues to blink, call the installing company immediately for service.
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Important…Important…Important…Important…Important…Important…Important…Important…Important
Emergency Telephone Numbers
Police
Monitoring Service
Doctor
Security Representative
Neighbor
Service Phone
Personal Authorization Codes (PAC)
PAC 1
PAC 5
PAC 9
PAC 13
PAC 2
PAC 6
PAC 10
PAC 14
PAC 3
PAC 7
PAC 11
PAC 15
PAC 4
PAC 8
PAC 12
PAC 16
PAC 17
(Temporary Use)
Emergency Zones
Auxiliary A=
Audible Alarm
Auxiliary B=
Audible Alarm
Auxiliary C=
Audible Alarm
Silent Control
Station Sounder
Central Station Monitoring Information
Account Number
Intrusion Detection
Auxiliary A (
)
Auxiliary B (
)
Auxiliary C (
)
Tests every ___ Hrs.
Pass Code
Features Monitored
Low Battery Condition
Missing Control Station
Supervisory Zone Trouble
Openings/ Closings
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Zone Definitions
Zone Zone Type
Area of Detection
Alarm
Time
Alarm
Output
(minutes)
(Horn/ Bell**)
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
**Fire zones have horn output, Burglar zones have bell output.
____ Seconds Exit delay time for all Interior and Delay zones
____ Seconds Entrance delay 1 for zone(s)
____ Seconds Entrance delay 2 for zone(s)
___ Interior Follower Feature Enabled
___ Access Feature Enabled for PAC ___
___ Force Arm Feature Enabled
Zone Type: D1=Delay 1
D2=Delay 2
___ Remote Programming Enabled
I=Instant
Ir=Interior
S=Supervisory
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Glossary
ALARM MEMORY: Indication of the zone that last alarmed.
ARM: To turn the intrusion detection system on.
COMMAND: Consists of a command digit and your Personal Authorization Code (PAC).
Allows you to control your system.
COMMAND KEY: The first key pressed for a command which notifies the system of the
desired operation.
CONTROL PANEL: The main system electronics housed in a metal enclosure.
CONTROL STATION: A terminal where commands are entered and all status
information is displayed.
DELAY ZONE: Zone which allows a programmable amount of time to enter and disarm
the system without activating an alarm. Also provides an exit time to leave the premises
after arming. “Delay” may be assigned to any number of zones.
DISARM: To turn the intrusion detection system off.
ENTRANCE DELAY: Time permitted toe enter and the armed premises.
FORCE ARM: To override. To force the system to arm when one or more zones are not
ready.
INDICATOR LIGHTS: The eight lights on the control stations.
INTERIOR: Zones consisting of motion detectors or interior door contacts designed to
detect intruders that are already within the perimeter of the premises. The second line of
defense.
INTERIOR FOLLOWER FEATURE: Converts interior zones to delay zones upon
entry through a delay door. Interior follower provides passage through interior detection
zones to the control station in order to disarm the system.
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KEYPAD: A generic term for the control station.
MASTER PROGRAMMING CODE: A code which must be entered to permit entry into
the programming mode of operation.
PERIMETER: Zones consisting of exterior door and window contacts. The first line of
defense.
PERSONAL AUTHORIZATION CODE (PAC): A code that is entered through any
control station to authorize a selected command.
PROGRAM: To set the operating characteristics of the main system electronics.
REMOTE PROGRAMMING: The ability to service the system from a remote locations
(specified by your security representative) with the aid of an IBM PC R or compatible
computer.
RESET KEY: The “ * ” key. Used to clear improper numeric entries and to silence the
control station sounder.
SENSORS: Devices that detect violations and report such conditions to the control panel.
Sensors include door and window contacts or any device used to inform the control of a
particular condition.
SHUNT: To bypass or temporarily remove a zone from the system.
SUPERVISORY/TROUBLE: Indicates that a fault (such as a shorted or broken wire)
exists on a FIRE or other 24 hour zone. For special applications, intrusion detection zones
may also be programmed for supervisory/trouble alert.
TWENTY FOUR HOUR ZONE: A zone that is permanently active 24 hours a day such
as a FIRE or EMERGENCY zone.
ZONE: A specific area of detection that can be individually controlled or bypassed.
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Emergency Evacuation Plan
PREPARATION AND EDUCATIONS ARE OF PRIME IMPORTANCE IN FIRE
PREVENTION. ESTABLISH A HOUSEHOLD EMERGENCY EVACUATION PLAN
IN THE EVEN OF A FIRE.
1. Evaluate all possible escape routes from your home and draw a floor plan.
2. Select two exit escape routes from each room.
3. Rooms on second floor have a rope ladder.
(Be sure it will reach the ground.)
4. Draw a rough sketch of your escape plan so everyone is familiar with it.
5. Practice your escape plan to assure that everyone knows what they have to do.
6. Establish a meeting place outside where your family is to report.
7. Advise the local fire authority that you have installed a fire alarm system.
ALSO INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION WITH YOUR EVACUATION
PLAN:
The following should be discussed with the family:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Familiarity with the alarm signal.
Status of bedroom doors.
Testing of door during a fire and use of alternate escape routes if HOT to touch.
Crawling and holding breath.
Escape FAST, NO STOPPING for packing.
Emphasize that no one is to return to a burning house.
Fire department notification from a neighbor’s telephone.
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Index
Page
Page
Abbreviated arming……………………….6
Maintenance……………………........11
Access………………………………..10, 15
Memory error…………………………3
Alarm memory……………………….3, 6, 7
Monitor……...…………………….….6
Arm………………………………………..4
Monitoring zones……...….…………..6
Armed……………………………………..3
Motion detectors (walk testing).…..…13
Arming…………………………………….4
Notes………..……………………..…18
Audible zone testing……………………...12
Panic zones……………………….……8
Auxiliary……………………….3,8,11,13,14
Perimeter………………………………4
Battery……………………………………12
Personal Authorization Code (PAC)..i,14
Bypass, Bypassing……………………….7,9
Power……………………………….3,12
Central station monitoring information…..14
Power failure………………………….12
Command digit………………………….….i
Power light……………………………12
Control station indicator lights……………..3
Quick reference guide………………...20
Delay…………………………………......4,5
Ready to arm…………………………3,4
Diagnosing a problem……………………...7
Remote programming……………...10,15
Disarming…………………………………..5
Removing zones/shunts………………...9
Electrical power…………………………3,12
Reset key……………………………..i,10
Emergency panic zones…………….……8,14
Resetting smoke detectors……………..11
Emergency telephone numbers……………14
Security representative………………...14
Emergency zones………………………….14
Shunt, Shunting……………………….7,9
Entering the premises………………………5
SMOKE/BATT……………………..11,12
Entrance delay…………………………..5,15
Smoke detector…………………………11
Exit delay………………………………..4,15
Standby Battery……………………….i,12
False alarm……………………………….…6
Supervisory/trouble……….………...11,13
Fire alarm….......…………………………..11
Table Of Contents……………………….1
Fire detection........……....………………...11
Testing………………………………12,13
Fire supervisory/trouble…………………...11
Violated………………………………….5
Force arming…………………………….9,15
Walk testing motion detectors………….13
Glossary………………...............................16
Zone definitions………………………...15
Instant………………………………………5
Zone status……………………………….7
Interior……………………………………3,4
Zone testing…………………………12,13
Interior follower…………………………5,15
Zones…………………………………..…i
Keyswitch operation………………………10
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Z1100e Quick Reference Guide
ARMING BEFORE LEAVING
1. Ready light must be on.
2. Press your PAC.
3. Control station will beep and red
ARMED indicator will light.
WHAT TO DO FOR A FALSE ALARM
1. Press your PAC.
2. Alarm should silence.
3. If alarm is still on, press “ * ” and start over.
4. Notify the appropriate authorities.
ARMING WITHOUT LEAVING
DISPLAY ALARM MEMORY
1. Press 4 to turn the interior light off
1. Press 3.
(if desired).
2. The indicator light that is lighted indicates
2. The INTERIOR OFF indicator will light.
the zone that triggered the most recent
3. Press your PAC.
alarm (zones 01-08).
3. Press 3 to display zones 09-16.
DISPLAY ZONE STATUS
4. Reset the blinking ARMED indicator by
1. Press 2 to display status of zones 01-08.
pressing “ * ”.
Press 2 again to display status of zones
09-16.
WHAT TO DO IF AN AUXILIARY
ALARM SOUNDS
LIGHT ON
ZONE OPEN
1. Press “ * ” to silence.
LIGHT OFF
ZONE SECURE
2. Press your PAC to reset.
LIGHT BLINKING ZONE BYPASSED 3. If the auxiliary zone indicator is blinking or
remains on, call for service.
DISARMING WHEN ENTERING
1. A steady warning tone will sound.
TESTING THE ZONES
2. Press your PAC.
1. The system must be disarmed.
3. The ARMED indictor should go off.
2. Press 8 to test zones 01-08.
3. Violate a zone (open door, etc.). Control
BYPASSING A ZONE
station will beep and the corresponding
1. The system must be disarmed.
tested zone indicator will light.
2. Press “ # ” and the zone number to be
4. Restore the tested device to service. The
bypassed, 01-16.
Control station will stop beeping but zone
3. The ready light will blink.
indicator will remain lit.
5. Repeat steps 2-4 for each of the eight zones
BYPASSING ALL FAULTED ZONES
to be tested.
1. The system must be disarmed.
6. Press 8 again to test zones 09-16.
2. Press “ # ” then 0 plus 0.
7. Press “ * ” when finished testing.
3. All faulted zones will blink their
corresponding zone indicator.
TESTING THE BATTERY
4. Press “ * ”.
1. Press 7 and your PAC.
2. Wait 5 seconds.
REMOVING ALL BYPASSES
1. The system must be disarmed.
POWER LIGHT ON: Battery OK
2. Press “ # ” then 9
POWER LIGHT BLINKING: System battery
3. The ready light will stop blinking.
weak or control panel fuse blown.
WHEN IN DOUBT, PRESS “ * ”AND START AGAIN
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