CERBER C52
10-Zone LED Keypad Operated Alarm Control Panel
Installation and Programming Manual
Doc 1.02.01.08 / January 2008 / revision 1.0
Table of contents
1. INTRODUCTION ..............................................................................................................................................4
General Features ............................................................................................................................................4
User Codes ....................................................................................................................................................4
Installer Codes ...............................................................................................................................................4
Digital Communicator ......................................................................................................................................4
Upload/Download ...........................................................................................................................................5
Zones ...........................................................................................................................................................5
PGM functions ................................................................................................................................................6
Monitoring of system troubles...........................................................................................................................6
Synthesis Sound Communicator........................................................................................................................6
Miscellaneous.................................................................................................................................................6
Technical Specifications: ..................................................................................................................................7
Power.......................................................................................................................................................7
Inputs ......................................................................................................................................................7
Main Board Outputs ....................................................................................................................................7
2. KEYPADS .......................................................................................................................................................7
Keypad types .................................................................................................................................................7
Keypad layout ................................................................................................................................................7
3. INSTALLING AND COMMISSIONING ...................................................................................................................9
Mounting the Panel .........................................................................................................................................9
Mounting the Keypad ......................................................................................................................................9
Wiring...........................................................................................................................................................9
Connectors .................................................................................................................................................. 10
Commissioning............................................................................................................................................. 10
Reset to Default procedure ........................................................................................................................ 10
4. OPERATION .................................................................................................................................................. 11
System codes............................................................................................................................................... 11
User Codes .................................................................................................................................................. 11
Installer’s Code ............................................................................................................................................ 12
Partitioning .................................................................................................................................................. 12
How does a partitioned system work?.......................................................................................................... 12
Regular / Away Arming.................................................................................................................................. 12
Other Arming Modes ..................................................................................................................................... 13
Timed Autoarming ........................................................................................................................................ 13
Inactivity Autoarming .................................................................................................................................... 13
„Instant Stay” Arming ................................................................................................................................... 13
„Stay Arming” .............................................................................................................................................. 14
Switch to Stay Arming ................................................................................................................................... 15
Keyswitch or Pushbutton Arming/Disarming...................................................................................................... 15
Quick Arming Modes (Arming without user codes) ............................................................................................. 16
„Away Quick Arming” .................................................................................................................................... 16
„Quick Instant Stay Arming”........................................................................................................................... 16
„Quick Stay Arming” ..................................................................................................................................... 16
Disarming & Deactivating an Alarm ................................................................................................................. 16
Other Operation Commands ........................................................................................................................... 17
Zone bypassing ............................................................................................................................................ 17
System Trouble Displaying: [*][4] command .................................................................................................... 18
Alarm Memory Displaying .............................................................................................................................. 19
Next Trouble Beeps or Chime Feature Activating / Deactivating ........................................................................... 20
5. Master User’s Programming Menus................................................................................................................... 20
Programming / Selective Erasure (except the „master code”) of 01 to 30 User Codes............................................. 21
Simultaneous Erasure of all users' codes (except the „master code”) .................................................................... 23
Programming / Selective Erasure of the 1 to 4 follow me Phone Numbers............................................................. 23
Program the 1-st Follow me Phone Number: .................................................................................................. 24
Program the 2-nd Follow me Phone Number: ................................................................................................. 24
Program the 3-rd Follow me Phone Number: ................................................................................................ 24
Program the 4-th Follow me Phone Number: ................................................................................................ 24
Selective Erasure of the follow me phone numbers ............................................................................................ 24
Erase the 1-st follow me phone number:....................................................................................................... 24
Erase the 2-nd follow me phone number: ...................................................................................................... 24
Erase the 3-rd follow me phone number:....................................................................................................... 24
Erase the 4-th follow me phone number: ....................................................................................................... 24
Simultaneous Erasure of all Follow me Phone Numbers....................................................................................... 24
Programming session of the system date and hour ............................................................................................ 25
Activation / Deactivation Command for PGM Outputs (only for mono-stable/bi-stable and “clock timer” PGM type) .......
Online Download (PC programming acceptance) ................................................................................................ 25
Cancellation of the Sound communication and the Upload/download Process ......................................................... 26
Keypad Special Alarms .................................................................................................................................. 26
6. SYSTEM PARAMETERS’ PROGRAMMING............................................................................................................. 26
Programming Sections................................................................................................................................... 28
Sections [01] … [10] (1 to 10 zones’ defining) .............................................................................................. 28
Section [01] - Defining zone 1.................................................................................................................... 32
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Section [02] - Defining zone 2.................................................................................................................... 32
Section [03] - Defining zone 3.................................................................................................................... 32
Section [04] - Defining zone 4.................................................................................................................... 32
Section [05] - Defining zone 5.................................................................................................................... 32
Section [06] - Defining zone 6.................................................................................................................... 32
Section [07] - Defining zone 7.................................................................................................................... 32
Section [08] - Defining zone 8.................................................................................................................... 32
Section [09] - Defining zone 9.................................................................................................................... 32
Section [10] - Defining zone 10 .................................................................................................................. 32
Section [20] – 1-st set of General System Options.......................................................................................... 32
Section [21] – 2-nd set of General System Options ......................................................................................... 33
Section [22] – 3-rd set of General System Options ......................................................................................... 34
Section [23] – 1-st set of 1-st Partition Options............................................................................................... 34
Section [24] – 1-st set of 2-nd Partition Options .............................................................................................. 35
Section [25] – 2-nd set of 1-st Partition Options .............................................................................................. 35
Section [26] – 2-nd set of 2-nd Partition Options.............................................................................................. 36
Section [27] – 4-th set of General System Options (telephone options).............................................................. 36
Section [28] – 5-th set of General System Options (digital COMMUNICATOR) ..................................................... 37
Section [29]: “Swinger Shutdown Counter” / “Keypad Lockout Counter” ........................................................... 38
Section [30] - Entry Delay 1 / Entry Delay 2 Timers ...................................................................................... 38
Section [31] - Exit Delay 1 / Exit Delay 2 Timers........................................................................................... 39
Section [32] – Burglary / Fire Bell cut-off timings .......................................................................................... 39
Section [33] – „Time window for Intellizones”............................................................................................... 40
Section [34] - Delay for „AC power Loss / Restore” Transmission (01-99 minutes) ............................................. 40
Section [35] - Activation time for PGM1 and PGM2, defined as pulse type (001 to 255 seconds) ........................... 40
Section [36] - Ring Number after that the Control Panel Answers to the Remote Calls......................................... 41
Section [37] – Number of sound dialing sequences / Time of the Sound Reporting ............................................. 41
Section [38] – Time between the Periodical tests (in hours or minutes) ............................................................ 41
Section [39] - PGM1 and PGM2 Type Programming........................................................................................ 42
Section [40] to [45] – EVENT Reporting Codes in Contact ID Format:............................................................... 43
Section [40] – Event Reporting regarding: „Arming by user” / „Stay Arming by User” / „Disarming by user” / „User
under Duress” / „ Auto Arming Cancellation” / „ Keypad Tamper Alarm” / „ Keypad Tamper Restore”.................... 43
Section [41] – Event Reporting regarding: „ Auto Zone Shutdown” / “Zone Bypassed” / “Burglary Alarm” / “Tamper
alarm” / “Panic alarm” / “Fire alarm” / „Medical emergency alarm” .................................................................. 43
Section [42] – Event Reporting regarding: “Zone Alarm Restore” / “Zone Tampered Restore” / “Arming By Keyswitch”
/ “Disarming By Keyswitch” / “Keypad Lockout” / “Module Removed” / “Module Added” ...................................... 43
Section [43] – Event Reporting regarding: “Arming By PC Software” / “Timed Autoarming” / “Inactivity Autoarming”/
“Quick Arming” / “Quick Stay Arming” / “Disarming By PC Software” / “Timed Auto Disarming” ........................... 44
Section [44] – Event Reporting regarding: “Partial Arming” / “Fail to Autoarm” / “AC Power Failure” / “Battery
Failure” / “Bell Trouble” / “Auxiliary Supply Trouble” / “Time & Date Inaccurate”................................................ 44
Section [45] – Event Reporting regarding: “AC Power Restore” / “Battery Voltage Restore” / “Bell Trouble Restore” /
“Auxiliary Supply Restore” / “Time & Date Reprogrammed” / “Periodical Test Report” ......................................... 44
Section [46] – Moment for the First Periodical Test (hour:minute) ................................................................... 44
Section [47] – „Inactivity Time” after that the System / Partition A will Auto Arm (hour & minute)........................ 44
Section [48] – „Inactivity Time” after that the Partition B will Auto Arm (hour & minute) ..................................... 45
Section [49] – Installer’s code Programming ................................................................................................ 45
Section [50] – Master Code Programming, performed by installer .................................................................... 46
Section [51] – Activation Moment for PGM1 as “Clock Timer” (hour:minute)...................................................... 47
Section [52] – Deactivation Moment for PGM1 as “Clock Timer” (hour:minute) .................................................. 48
Section [53] – Activation Moment for PGM2 as “Clock Timer” (hour:minute)...................................................... 48
Section [54] – Deactivation Moment for PGM2 as “Clock Timer” (hour:minute) .................................................. 48
Section [55] – Auto Arming Moment for System / Partition A (hour:minute)...................................................... 48
Section [56] – Auto Disarming Moment for System / Partition A (hour:minute).................................................. 49
Section [57] – Auto Arming Moment for Partition B (hour:minute) ................................................................... 49
Section [58] – Auto Disarming Moment for Partition B (hour:minute) ............................................................... 49
Section [59] - First Panel Account for CS reporting ........................................................................................ 49
Section [60] - Second Panel Account for CS reporting .................................................................................... 50
Section [61] - First Phone Number for CS reporting ....................................................................................... 50
Section [62] - Second Phone Number for CS reporting ................................................................................... 50
Section [63] - Panel identification Code upon upload/download ....................................................................... 51
Section [64] - PC identification Code upon upload/download ........................................................................... 51
Section [65] - Online Download (PC programming acceptance) ....................................................................... 52
Section [66] - Cancellation of Phone Communication ..................................................................................... 52
Warning Limitations of Alarm Systems ............................................................................................................. 53
Technical Specifications ................................................................................................................................. 54
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1. INTRODUCTION
GENERAL FEATURES
• Central unit's core of powerful RISC microprocessor;
• The electrical features include an EEPROM memory for the programmed configuration,
system/partitions status and LOG buffer to be retained even after a total power loss;
• User-friendly programming of the system parameters, from keypad or by PC (using „EZcom
C52 Software”);
• Up to 425 events with time and date stamp can be stored in a FIFO LOG buffer;
• “False alarm prevention” features: intellizones, automatic zone shutdown, beeps on entry and
exit delays;
• High-speed Communication Format;
• 30 user codes (1-st being „master code”) and 1 installer programming code;
• Keypad displayed alarm memory alarms occurred in the system since last arming;
• Up to 4 keypads which can be simultaneously 4-wire coupled to one central unit;
• Keypad protection using micro-switch tamper;
• Individual zone LEDs from 1 to 10, indicating the alarm and faulted status;
• Each zone accepts zone doubling and tamper recognition
• LEDs meaning on KP-106P keypad:
• Individual Zone LEDs from 1 to 10, indicating the alarm and faulted status;
• Status LEDs: SYSTEM, A & B ARMED, A & B READY, and BYPASS;
USER CODES
• 30 programmable „user codes” (1-st being „master code”) with 7 programmable rights:
• Zone bypassing;
• Regularly arming;
• Stay arming;
• Force arming;
• Disarming/siren stopping;
• Access to partition A;
• Access to partition B;
• All users have „ambush capability” (by pressing the key which corresponds to the „ambush
digit”, before the 4 digits of any user code, then the control panel will transmit a special code to the
central station).
INSTALLER CODES
• 1 installer programming code for system parameter programming;
DIGITAL COMMUNICATOR
• Phone line tone detection upon the automatic initiating the reporting to the central station;
• 2 separate accounts and individual communicator formats to identify each partition upon
transmission to „central station”;
• 2 individual programmable phone numbers for transmission to CS1 and to CS2;
• Alternate reporting to CS1 and to CS2;
• 2 FIFO buffers which storage up to 80 events each, for transmission to CS1 and to CS2,
without erasing the old events in case of „CS communication failed” event;
• Adaptive algorithm to function with central stations which
frequencies in any order and kiss-off time from 0.6 to 3 seconds;
generate
handshake
• High-speed communication format - DTMF Ademco Contact ID;
• Periodical test reporting (with steps of up to 255 minutes or hours, time adjustment of the
starting and either unconditionally reporting or only while armed status);
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• Programmable reporting codes for “zone alarming”, “zone restore” and “zone bypassing”
(automatic „from swinger” or by the panel - during home arming periods, if the zones have the
attribute „stay” - and manually by the users);
• Programmable zone restore (the „zone restore event” is recorded either in real time for each
violated zone, when the violated zone „closed back”, or upon bell cut-off, for all zones that previously
triggered the alarm);
• Programmable reporting codes for Arming/Disarming/Ambush events, according to the user
code;
• Programmable reporting codes for system trouble situations: „Low battery voltage”, „Restore
battery voltage”, „AC power loss”, „AC power Restore”, „Bell Trouble” (upon disconnection or burnt
fuse), “Bell trouble Restore”, „Burnt fuse on AUX”, „Fuse on AUX Replaced”, „ System date and hour
Loss”, „System date and hour Reprogrammed”, „Keypad lockout”;
• Cancellation of reporting to CS may be performed only by installer.
UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD
• Several upload/download operations:
- Uploading the system parameters from control panel onto PC (actually, onto „EZcom C52
Software”);
- Downloading the programming of system parameters from PC (actually, from „EZcom
C52 Software”) onto the control panel (PC programming using „EZcom C52 Software”);
- Uploading the event LOG from the control panel into the „EZcom C52 Software” (actually,
in a file);
- System date and hour setting by PC (actually, by „EZcom C52 Software”);
- System (or partitions) arming/disarming by PC (actually, by „EZcom C52 Software”);
- Zone bypassing by PC (actually, by „EZcom C52 Software”);
- PGM activation/deactivation by PC (only for PGM outputs defined as „mono-stable”, “bistable” or “clock timer” types);
- Online visualization of the system/partitions status and troubles onto „EZcom C52
Software”;
- Online visualization of the bypassed, alarmed or open zones onto „EZcom C52 Software”.
• 425-event LOG with upload and visualizing possibility through the „EZcom C52 Software” and
optionally reported to CS;
• Option of automatic answers to PC calls, either after „double call” or after programmable
number of rings;
• Manually activation of communication with PC (PC download acceptance), performed by
master or by installer;
• Communication between PC and panel Cancellation, performed by master or by installer.
ZONES
• 5 fully programmable zones on the main board, expandable to 10 zones using zone doubling
feature, with single or double EOL resistor, NC contacts, tamper recognition and
programmable as delayed, instant, follower, 24 hour burglary, fire, tamper, panic, medical
emergency, arming/disarming (“keyswitch”);
• 13 zone attributes, individually programmable as “audible/silent alarm”, “steady/pulsing siren”,
“manual bypassing”, “auto shutdown”, “forced arming”, “chime function activating”, “stay”,
“intellizone”, , as well as individually selectable zone response time;
• “Zone bypassing” (automatic “from swinger shut-down” or caused by home arming, if the zones
have the “stay” attribute activated - and manually by the users);
• 2 real partitions which can be armed/disarmed independently from each other – allowed by
user rights;
• Individually programmable exit and entry delay times for each partition – allowed by
programming;
• Programmable alarm type: silent or audible and for audible alarms steady or pulsing;
• Individual siren timers for burglary and fire alarms;
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PGM FUNCTIONS
• 2 programmable outputs, each with 18 options: “Any alarm latch”, “Follow system status” (ON
while system/partition is armed / OFF while system/partition is disarmed), “Entry delay”, “Exit delay”,
“System troubles”, „Auxiliary siren”, “Silent alarm latch” “Panic alarm latch”, “Fire alarm latch”,
“Medical emergency alarm latch”, “Latch on tamper alarm”, “Pulse on Telephone Line Troubles”,
“Retriggerable mono-stable” , “Pulse on arming”, “Pulse on disarming”, “Bi-stable” “Clock timer” and
“Latch on Communication Failure to CS”;
MONITORING OF SYSTEM TROUBLES
• Battery Voltage and AC power monitoring;
• Siren monitoring (upon disconnection or overload);
• „AUX overload” monitoring;
• Option of telephone line monitoring (TLM);
• Zone and keypad tamper openings.
SYNTHESIS SOUND COMMUNICATOR
• Capability of response to the remote calls for system status interrogation (the system status
-armed/disarmed/alarm/”AC power loss” – will be reported by specific synthesis sounds);
• Programmable options of responses to the remote calls for system status interrogation,
either after „double call” or after programmable number of rings;
• Programmable option of automatic initiating the reporting the specific synthesis sounds to the
follow me phone numbers, when alarms and „AC power loss” event occur in the system;
• Phone line tone detection upon the automatic initiating the synthesis sound reporting;
• Up to 4 follow me phone numbers (for the control panel to automatic report on the phone line
the „alarm” and „AC power loss” events, by specific synthesis sounds);
MISCELLANEOUS
• Zone tamper activates BELL output when system/partition is disarmed.
• Real clock timer which will stamp the 425 events in LOG;
• „Quick arming” options: „away quick arming”, „quick stay arming” and „quick instant stay
arming” – individually allowed by programming for each partition;
• Options of arming by users: „away arming”, „stay arming” and „instant stay arming” – allowed by
user rights;
• Autoarming options: „timed autoarming” and „inactivity autoarming” – individually allowed by
programming for each partition;
• Autodisarming option: „timed autoarming” – individually allowed by programming for each
partition;
• Option: the system (or each partition independently) automatically switches to stay arming
mode after any regular arming (by user, by PC or by keyswitch), if the user doesn’t leave the
protected area through any exit point during the exit delay;
• Option: no beeps/dings during the exit delay of stay arming modes – individually allowed by
programming for each partition;
• Option: Autoarming programmable in regular or home mode – individually allowed by
programming for each partition;
• Option: dings (audible sounds on the siren) on arming/disarming – individually allowed by
programming for each partition;
• Audible warnings for 3 minutes before timed autoarming: 3 minutes before timed autoarming
on the keypad buzzer and ding sounds optionally.
• Keyswitch „arming”/”disarming” as an option;
• Programmable protection against undesired resets to default values;
• Chime feature activated/deactivated by the users;
• Option: warning on keypad’s buzzer when siren sounds;
• Current limitation for backup battery charging (200mA).
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:
POWER
• 12V / 4Ah backup battery;
• 18Vac / 20VA transformer;
• Current consumption in stand-by mode:
50mA - control panel;
12mA - keypad;
• Current available on +AUX: up to 1A – fuse protected.
INPUTS
• 5 fully programmable EOL zones on the main board, expandable to 10 zones using zone doubling
feature.
MAIN BOARD OUTPUTS
• 2 “open-collector” outputs, with negative trigger (NPN), up to 50mA;
• 1 supervised siren output with positive trigger (current capability on +BELL: up to 1A – fuse
protected).
Note: Current capability and protections for the auxiliary power supply (+AUX) and for the bell control output (+BELL) as
well are valid only if the control panel is powered both from the AC power source (240Vac) and the backup battery, too.
2. KEYPADS
Within the protected area, up to four keypads can be installed, one for each and every entry / exit
door.
KEYPAD TYPES
The following keypads are available:
KP106P: 10-Zone LED and 6 status LEDs keypad for CERBER C52 control panel.
KP106P “deluxe”: 10-Zone LED and 6 status LEDs keypad in larger and elegant plastic case, for
CERBER C52 control panel.
KEYPAD LAYOUT
KP106P
KP106P “deluxe”
Description of LEDs’ meaning according to the system/partitions’ status:
A & B READY LEDs
a) While the appropriate partition is armed – OFF.
b) While the appropriate partition is disarmed or during the exit time:
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ON – the appropriate partition is ready for arming (all zone loops are closed even
those which allow “forced arming” feature);
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Blinking – the appropriate partition is ready for arming (all zone loops are closed,
except at least one which allow “forced arming” feature);
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OFF – at least one zone is open and it doesn’t allow “forced arming” feature;
c) While the system is totally disarmed and finds itself within one of the Programming Menus
(only for READY A):
•
•
ON – while the master user is in one of the master user’s programming procedures, for
modifying the user codes, the “follow-me” phone numbers or the system date and
hour, etc.;
•
ON – while the installer is within one of the system parameter programming sections.
SYSTEM LED
A) While the system is:
•
Totally armed in regular mode – OFF;
•
At least a partition is armed in home mode
– Blinking in case there are recorded alarms during that home arming period and/or
there are troubles in the system (“AC power loss”, “low battery voltage”, “fail to
communicate event”, “BELL trouble”, “phone line trouble” or “system date and hour
loss”);
•
During any exit time – Blinking in case there are troubles in the system.
B) While the system is partially armed:
•
Blinking – in case there are recorded alarms (during the previous armed period or during
present disarmed period for 24h zones) or there are troubles in the system (“AC power
loss”, “low battery voltage”, “fail to communicate event”, “BELL trouble”, “phone line trouble”
or “system date and hour loss”);
C) While the system is totally disarmed:
•
Blinking – when the user is within one of the next menus: Zone bypassing, System trouble
displaying, Alarm memory displaying or Program/Modify of the user codes, “follow-me”
phone numbers or system date and hour;
•
Blinking – while the installer is within programming menu of the system parameters.
Bypass LED
ON – there is at least one user-bypassed zone in the system or during stay arming mode – in case at
least one zone has the attribute „stay” enabled.
The LED will turn OFF upon system disarming or if the users unbypass all zones.
ARMED A LED
a) While the system / partition A is armed:
•
ON – if the system / partition A is regularly armed;
•
Fast Blinking – if the system / partition A is armed in “instant stay mode”.
•
Slow Blinking – if the system / partition A is armed in “stay mode”.
b) While the system / partition A is disarmed:
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OFF
•
ON – while the master user is within master user’s menu of program/modify the user
codes, “follow-me” phone numbers or system date and hour;
•
ON - while the installer is within programming menu of the system parameters.
ARMED B LED
a) While the partition B is armed:
•
ON – if the partition B is totally armed;
•
Fast Blinking – if the partition B is armed in “instant stay mode”.
•
Slow Blinking – if the partition B is armed in “stay mode”.
b) While the partition B is disarmed: OFF
Zone LEDs
a) While the system is completely armed:
•
ON – the corresponding zone triggered the alarm at least once during that arming period;
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BLINK – the corresponding zone tamper triggered the alarm at least once during that
arming period;
b) While the system is completely disarmed or partial armed:
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OFF – the loop of corresponding zone is closed;
•
ON – the loop of corresponding zone is faulted.
•
While the system finds itself within one of the programming/displaying menus:
o ON – the user is within one the zone bypassing menu and the respective zone is
bypassed;
o ON/OFF – they are displaying certain parameters’ status (activate/deactivate) – while
the installer is within certain sections of programming menu of the system parameters.
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3. INSTALLING AND COMMISSIONING
MOUNTING THE PANEL
Select a dry location close to an unstitched AC source, allowing a ground connection. If the alarm
system needs to be monitored by a “central station” or if it is intended to transmit synthesis sounds,
the location must be also close to a telephone line.
Remove the printed circuit board (PCB) and mount the cabinet securely to the wall with four screws.
Mount the PCB back into the cabinet. Insert all system cables into the cabinet using the holes specially
made for this purpose (upper and lower parts of the box). Prepare the cables for connection.
MOUNTING THE KEYPAD
The keypad should be located close to the designated entry / exit door and mounted at a height
convenient for all users.
Disassemble the keypad and mount the back plate on the wall. Insert the keypad wiring inside the
keypad and prepare it for connection.
WIRING
Note: Complete all wiring to the control panel before applying battery or AC power.
-
LINE
F5
F3
F4
GAP2
+
FASTENED TO
THE METALLIC CASE
OF THE PANEL
9
RV6
1.25A
J3
J2
RV2
1.25A
F2
PHONE
1
RESET
Wiring should be done according to the general mounting diagram below:
CONNECTORS
The following connectors can be found on the panel PCB:
AUX-, AUX+
Connectors for auxiliary power supply.
These terminals are used to supply power to the keypads, PIR detectors and other active devices in the
system, which require power from a 14.2Vcc supply source).
The maximum load on these terminals should not exceed 1A. Pay attention to polarity!
YEL, GRN
Keypad communication connectors.
PGM 1, PGM 2
PGM1 - “open collector” output 1 with negative trigger (NPN); current capability: up to 50mA (at
+14.2Vcc).
PGM2 - “open collector” output 2 with negative trigger (NPN); current capability: up to 50mA (at
+14.2Vcc).
BELL +
Siren output. „BELL+” is a positive trigger output (PNP), with 1K EOL supervision resistor.
Note:
1.
The picture above is an example of an outdoor siren connection (model SA 11) on CERBER C52.
2.
If both internal and external sirens are used simultaneously, the 2K2 resistor should be mounted in the outdoor
siren.
Z1, Z2, COM, Z3, COM, Z4, Z5
Terminals for burglary zones; see the general mounting diagram.
If any zones are not used, the corresponding terminals will be closed with 2K2 EOL resistors on
COM.
PHONE
Phone set connectors.
LINE
Phone line connectors.
COMMISSIONING
After completing all connections, reset the system by the following initializing procedure after which
the system will function normally.
RESET TO DEFAULT PROCEDURE
1.
2.
3.
4.
Disconnect power, both the battery and AC power.
Connect the reset jumper from the alarm system board.
Power Up the panel and wait for 2 seconds.
If the system has been reset to default, Zone LEDs will blink successively and the green LED READY
will be ON.
5. Disconnect power, both the battery and AC power.
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6. Disconnect the reset jumper (take jumper OFF).
7. Power Up the panel. From now on, the system parameters are set to default values and the system
is disarmed.
Note: System initialization to default values may be done only if the “protection against undesired resets to default values”
parameter is disabled by programming. If system reset to default values cannot be accomplished, program the respective
parameter accordingly.
4. OPERATION
KP106P
KP106P “deluxe”
The keypad is the device that helps with system programming, entering commands and data, as well
as display of the system status. System operation is performed using the LED indications on the front
side of the keypad.
The KP-106P and KP106P “deluxe” keypads have 10 Zone LEDs and 6 status LEDs: A & B ARMED,
A & B READY, BYPASS and SYSTEM.
SYSTEM CODES
The system recognizes 1 special installer programming code and 30 user codes, the first user code
being the “master” code (1234 by default). All user codes have the “ambush” capability.
USER CODES
The “master code” (1-st user code) is programmed “1234” by default. Using the “master code”,
you can operate the system and modify/delete the other user codes.
The allowed operations for “master code” are: Arming, Disarming, Zone Bypassing/Un-bypassing,
Programming/Erasing of the user codes, Programming/Erasing of the “follow-me” phone numbers,
System date and hour Setting, Cancellation of the voice/sound reporting and the communication
between panel and PC, PC download acceptance.
The 2nd to 30th user codes are all assigned to 1-st partition and not programmed by default.
Allowed default rights for these user codes are: Arming and Zone Bypassing/Unbypassing
All user codes have “ambush capability”: by pressing the key which corresponds to the “ambush
digit” before the 4 of any user code, the control panel will record a special event into the 425-event
LOG and will transmit a special code to the central station.
In order to program the user codes (“master code” included), the “master user” will use the
[*][7][Master Code] command.
Each of 1-st to 30-th user code has 7 rights, individually programmable within master’s user
programming menu, using [*][7][Master Code] command:
• Zone bypassing;
• Regular arming;
• Stay arming;
• Force arming;
• Disarming/siren stopping;
• Access to partition A;
• Access to partition B;
Note: The control panel is provided with protection against valid code guessing attempts. If the option of “keypad
lockout” is enabled, the “keypad lockout counter” will be counting the successive attempts of entering access codes; in case
the successive attempts of entering access codes rich the set value, the keypads will lock for 7 minutes; all LEDs of the KP106P keypad will be fast blinking. The event will be stored into the 425-event LOG, which can be uploaded and viewed onto
PC by “EZcom C52 Software” and optionally a specific reporting code will be transmitted to CS, too.
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INSTALLER’S CODE
The system installer owns one code: the installer’s programming code (“0269” by default) which
has total access to the programming menu of the system parameters, but no access to the master
user’s functions and normal operation of the system. System parameters can be programmed
using this code, through [*][8][Installer’s programming code] command, only when the control
panel is totally disarmed. For system parameter programming to be accomplished only by authorized
people, this code must be changed after the system was installed!
PARTITIONING
The CERBER C52 has implemented the partitioning feature which can divide the alarm system into two
distinct areas identified as partition A and partition B. Partitioning can be used in installations where
shared security systems are more practical, such as home offices or warehouse buildings.
If the system is not partitioned, all user codes and features are automatically assigned to the system
(doesn’t mater if user codes have the right of access to partition B or zones are assigned by program
to partition B).
HOW DOES A PARTITIONED SYSTEM WORK?
• Users can only arm/disarm partitions in which they have been given the right to access, by the
means of user codes rights programming.
• A user with access rights to both partitions can arm/disarm the two partitions. Entering such a user
code in a partitioned system is followed by a time of 7 seconds, allowing the user to choose the
partition to be armed/disarmed; therefore, to arm/disarm the A partition, user must press the [1] key
and to arm/disarm the B partition, user must press the [2] key. To cancel the command user can
press [#] key.
• Only zones assigned to partition A will arm/disarm when partition A is armed or disarmed.
• Only zones assigned to partition B will arm/disarm when partition B is armed or disarmed.
• A zone assigned to both partitions is armed only if both partitions are armed and it is
disarmed if at least one partition is disarmed.
• Some of the system’s features can be programmed separately for each partition.
REGULAR / AWAY ARMING
[User Code]
[x][x][x][x]
This method, commonly used for day-to-day arming, will arm all zones in the system/partition.
While the green READY LED is ON or blinking, in order to arm the system/partition in away
mode, simply key in a valid user code (4 digits). For each key pressing, the keypad buzzer will
sound a short beep. The user code must have the right of arming.
If after entering the last digit of the user code the keypad buzzer is sounding a long rejection beeps
means:
- The user code was not correct; press [#] key and then key in again the user code.
- The user code hasn’t the right of arming; enter a user code with this right.
- The user code is entered while the green READY LED is OFF; all zones which doesn’t allow
„forced arming” feature must be closed when the system/partition is armed.
- The user code is entered while the green READY LED is blinking but the code hasn’t the right of
force arming; all zones must be closed when the system/partition is armed by such a user
code.
After entering a valid user code, all keypad LEDs will be ON for a little while and the keypad buzzer
will sound 6 acceptance beeps. Then, the exit delay timer will start and the red ARMED LED will
turn ON. The users must exit the premise through an exit point, until the exit delay elapses.
If the buzzer warnings were enabled by programming, during the exit delay the keypad buzzer will
sound warning beeps.
During the exit delay the yellow SYSTEM LED will blink in case there are troubles in the system („AC power
loss”, „low voltage on battery”, „fail to communicate event”, „BELL trouble”, “phone line trouble” or „system date and
hour loss”); the orange BYPASS LED will be also ON in case at least one zone was previously bypassed
by the users.
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The default exit delay time is 60 seconds (see the section [31] of the main programming menu).
After the exit delay elapsed, all status LEDs will turn OFF, except the ARMED and BYPASS LEDs which
will remain ON until disarming.
Remark: before system/partition arming the users should check the following:
1.
If the READY LED is OFF means there is in the system/partition at least one violated zone which doesn’t allow
„forced arming” feature (those zones have disabled by programming their “forced arming” attribute). Since the
system/partition cannot be armed if the READY LED is OFF all loops of those protected zones need to be closed
while system/partition arming (doors and windows should be closed, people in rooms protected by PIR detectors
must go away, etc.).
2.
Please note that READY LED may be blinking while there are violated zones in the system/partition
(the LEDs of violated zones are lit, too). Means the respective zones allow „forced arming” feature and they allow
system/partition arming although the zones are violated at the very moment of arming. In this case, the user
should check if the zones that allow „forced arming” feature are the same ones established by the installer.
3.
If the BYPASS LED is lit, the user should check if the zones that the system will bypass during the next arming
period are the same ones bypassed by himself using [*][3][User Code] command.
4.
If the SYSTEM LED is blinking, check the following:
o
The alarm memory by means of [*][5] command: if there are alarms in the memory, the alarm memory will be
cleared once the system/partition will be armed.
o
System troubles by means of [*][4] command: if there are troubles regarding „AC power loss”, „low voltage on
battery”, „fail to communicate event”, „BELL trouble”, „AUX overload”, “phone line trouble” or „system date and
hour loss”, fix all these troubles before arming.
Notes:
1.
In a partitioned system, in order to arm a partition by users assigned to only one partition, simply key in a valid
user code; the corresponding partition will arm after exit time.
2.
In a partitioned system, in order to arm the partitions by users assigned to both partitions, key in a valid user code;
the zone 1 and 2 LEDs will flash for 7 second, allowing the user to choose the partition/partitions to be armed, by
pressing [1] and/or [2] keys. The selected partition/partitions will arm after exit time.
OTHER ARMING MODES
TIMED AUTOARMING
If “timed autoarming” option is enabled within [25] and/or [26] sections, the system/partitions will
automatically arm itself at a specified time everyday. Please note, as with regular arming, the
system/partitions will not auto arm if a zone is violated and “force autoarming” is not enabled or if the
zone doesn’t allow „forced arming”. If this occurs, the control panel will report “fail to auto arm” code
and the system/partition will not arm until the next day.
The type of autoarming is “regular” or “stay” and is dependent on the appropriate options within [25]
and/or [26] sections.
The autoarming moment is programmed using the 24 h clock (i.e. 8:00PM = 20:00) as described in
[55] and [57] sections.
INACTIVITY AUTOARMING
If “inactivity autoarming” option is enabled within [25] and/or [26] sections and the control panel does
not detect any movement (zone openings) for a specified period, the panel will arm the
system/partitions. Please note, as with regular arming, the system/partitions will not auto arm if a
zone is violated and “force autoarming” is not enabled or if the zone doesn’t allow „forced arming”. If
this occurs, the control panel will report “fail to auto arm” code and the system/partition will not arm
for a new inactivity time.
The type of autoarming is “regular” or “stay” and is dependent on the appropriate options within [25]
and/or [26] sections.
Program the inactivity autoarming times as they are described in [47] and [48] sections.
„INSTANT STAY” ARMING
[*][1][User Code] or [INST][STAY][User Code],
where [INST] and [STAY] are the keys labeled „INSTANT” and „STAY”
This method is useful for perimeter protection and it allows the users to remain in the protected area
while the system/partition is “instant stay armed”. At the end of the exit delay time, after such an
arming mode, the zones which are usually of the perimeter delayed type will respond as the instant
zones (they will trigger the alarm as soon as they will be violated). Thus any user can stay inside the
protected area, but no one should come in from outside (for example this arming mode is useful for
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the system/partition arming during the night when the users are going to sleep and expect no guests;
thus, entry/exit points like doors and windows are armed while other zones like motion detectors
remain deactivated).
While the green READY LED is ON or blinking, in order to arm the system/partition in an „instant
stay mode”, simply key in a valid user code within one of the previous sequences. For each
key pressing, the keypad buzzer will sound a short beep. The user code must have the right of
“stay arming”.
If after entering the last digit of the user code the keypad buzzer is sounding a long rejection beeps
means:
- The user code was not correct; press [#] key and then key in again the user code within one of
the previous sequences.
- The user code hasn’t the right of “stay arming”; enter a user code with this right.
- The user code is entered while the green READY LED is OFF; all perimeter zones which don’t
allow „forced arming” feature must be closed when the system/partition is stay armed.
- The user code is entered while the green READY LED is blinking but the code hasn’t the right of
force arming; all perimeter zones must be closed when the system/partition is stay armed by
such a user code.
After entering a valid user code within one of the previous sequences, all keypad LEDs will be
ON for a little while and the keypad buzzer will sound 6 acceptance beeps. Then, the exit delay timer
will start and the red ARMED LED will turn fast blinking. In the same time the control panel
will automatically bypass the interior zones (the zones inside the objective that have the „stay”
attribute activated by programming; the zones that have not the „stay” attribute activated are called
perimeter zones).
If the buzzer warnings were enabled by programming, during the exit delay the keypad buzzer will
sound warning beeps.
During the exit delay the yellow SYSTEM LED will blinking in case there are troubles in the system („AC power
loss”, „low voltage on battery”, „fail to communicate event”, „BELL trouble”, “phone line trouble” or „system date and
hour loss”) and the orange BYPASS LED will be ON in case at least one interior zone is going to be
bypassed by the panel (and/or at least one zone was previously bypassed by the users); the orange
BYPASS LED will turn OFF only when disarming.
If during any home arming period at least one alarm or trouble occurs in the system, the SYSTEM LED
will start to blink. Because the alarm memory is cleared only upon another system/partition arming,
after at least one alarm occurred, the yellow SYSTEM LED will stop to blink only upon another
system/partition arming.
After the exit delay elapsed, the READY LED will turn OFF and the red ARMED LED will keep fast
blinking until disarming, signaling the system/partition is perimeter and instant armed (while
the system was armed in „instant stay mode”, the zone which are usually of the perimeter delayed
type will respond as the instant ones).
Because during such an arming period the access into the building isn’t allowed through the zones
which usually are of delayed type, at least a user must remain inside the building to disarm the
system/partition.
Notes:
1.
In a partitioned system, in order to arm a partition in an „instant stay mode”, by users assigned to only one
partition, simply key in a valid user code within one of the previous sequences; the corresponding partition will
instant stay arm.
2.
In a partitioned system, in order to arm a partition in an „instant stay mode”, by users assigned to both partitions,
simply key in a valid user code within one of the previous sequences; the zone 1 and 2 LEDs will flash for 7 second,
allowing the user to choose the partition/partitions to be armed, by pressing [1] and/or [2] keys. The selected
partition/partitions will instant stay arm.
„STAY ARMING”
[*][2][User Code] or [STAY][User Code],
where [STAY] is the key labeled „STAY”.
This method is also useful for perimeter protection and it allows the users to remain in the protected
area while the system/partition is “stay armed”, but this time the access through the delayed zones is
allowed, too, for other users. At the end of the exit delay time, after such an arming mode, the zones
which usually are of the perimeter delayed type will maintain this feature (if they are first violated
during arming, they will start the entry delay timer and will trigger the alarm only if a valid user code
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isn’t entered until the entry time elapses). Thus, this arming mode is useful for the system/partition
arming during the night, while the users can stay at home and other users which have own code may
came back while the system/partition is already armed.
While the green READY LED is ON or blinking, in order to arm the system/partition in „stay
mode”, simply key in a valid user code within one of the previous sequences. For each key
pressing, the keypad buzzer will sound a short beep. The user code must have the right of “stay
arming”.
If after entering the last digit of the user code the keypad buzzer is sounding a long rejection beeps
means:
- The user code was not correct; press [#] key and then key in again the user code within one of
the previous sequences.
- The user code hasn’t the right of “stay arming”; enter a user code with this right.
- The user code is entered while the green READY LED is OFF; all perimeter zones which don’t
allow „forced arming” feature must be closed when the system/partition is stay armed.
- The user code is entered while the green READY LED is blinking but the code hasn’t the right of
force arming; all perimeter zones must be closed when the system/partition is stay armed by
such a user code.
After entering a valid user code within one of the previous sequences, all keypad LEDs will be
ON for a little while and the keypad buzzer will sound 6 acceptance beeps. Then, the exit delay timer
will start and the red ARMED LED will turn slow blinking. In the same time the control panel
will automatically bypass the interior zones (the zones inside the objective that have the „stay”
attribute activated by programming; the zones that have not the „stay” attribute activated are called
perimeter zones).
If the buzzer warnings were enabled by programming, during the exit delay the keypad buzzer will
sound warning beeps.
During the exit delay the yellow SYSTEM LED will blinking in case there are troubles in the system („AC power
loss”, „low voltage on battery”, „fail to communicate event”, „BELL trouble”, “phone line trouble” or „system date and
hour loss”) and the orange BYPASS LED will be ON in case at least one interior zone is going to be
bypassed by the panel (and/or at least one zone was previously bypassed by the users); the orange
BYPASS LED will turn OFF only when disarming.
If during any home arming period at least one alarm or trouble occurs in the system, the SYSTEM LED
will start to blink. Because the alarm memory is cleared only upon another system/partition arming,
after at least one alarm occurred, the yellow SYSTEM LED will stop to blink only upon another
system/partition arming.
After the exit delay elapsed, the READY LED will turn OFF and the red ARMED LED will keep slow
blinking until disarming, signaling the system/partition is stay armed. Any user can get inside
the building through the delayed zones and he/she must enter own user code (1 to 85) until the entry
time elapses, in order to disarm the system/partition.
Notes:
1.
In a partitioned system, in order to stay arm a partition, by users assigned to only one partition, simply key in a valid
user code within one of the previous sequences; the corresponding partition will stay arm.
2.
In a partitioned system, in order to stay arm a partition, by users assigned to both partitions, simply key in a valid
user code within one of the previous sequences; the zone 1 and 2 LEDs will flash for 7 second, allowing the user to
choose the partition/partitions to be armed, by pressing [1] and/or [2] keys. The selected partition/partitions will stay
arm.
SWITCH TO STAY ARMING
After any regular arming (by user, by PC or by keyswitch), if during exit delay no entry/exit zone is
violate (user doesn’t leave the protected area through any entry/exit point), the system/partitions
automatically switches from regular arming to stay arming (if the appropriate option is set as enabled
in [25] and/or [26] sections).
KEYSWITCH OR PUSHBUTTON ARMING/DISARMING
Connecting a keyswitch or a push button to any zone defined as “keyswitch” type, then these can be
pressed to "regular" arm and disarm the system/partition:
- If the system/partition is ready and the button is pressed, the system will arm;
- Pressing the button again will disarm the system.
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In a partitioned system the keyswitch or push button will arm/disarm the partition which has assigned
the respective “stay keyswitch” or “keyswitch” zone.
Note: in case the “keyswitch” zone is assigned to both partitions and the keyswitch or push button is pressed while one
partition is armed and the other is disarmed, the armed partition will first disarm and only pressing the button again will
arm the both partitions.
QUICK ARMING MODES (ARMING WITHOUT USER CODES)
Quick arming features allow the system/partition to be quickly armed by any person who may not own
a user code. The users can also use these arming modes while system needs to be armed in the
presence of someone who isn’t to find out the user code.
In a partitioned system, entering any of quick arming commands is followed by a time of 7 seconds in
which the zone 1 and/or 2 LEDs are flashing, allowing the user to choose the disarmed partitions to be
armed without codes; to arm the partition A the user must pres [1] key and to arm the partition B the
user must pres [2] key (please note that if the user is pressing the key which corresponds to an armed
partition, the keypad buzzer will sound a long beep).
Note: Quick arming features are allowed only if the appropriate options are enabled by programming (see the options
displayable on zone 1, 2 and 3 LEDs within [23] and [24] programming sections).
„AWAY QUICK ARMING”
[*][0][0] or [INST][CODE],
where [INST] and [CODE] are the keys labeled „INST” and „CODE”
„Away quick arming” („away arming” without code) is performed by entering one of the sequences
[*][0][0] or [INST][CODE].
After that, the user must leave the objective before the exit delay elapsed. After the exit delay
elapsed, the system is entirely armed and the ARMED LED will remain ON.
This arming type is similar to „away arming” by user code.
Note: „Away quick arming” is allowed only if the appropriate option is enabled by programming (see the option displayable
on zone 1 LED within [23] and [24] programming sections).
„QUICK INSTANT STAY ARMING”
[*][0][1]
This arming type is similar to „instant stay arming” by user code.
Note: „Quick instant stay arming” is allowed only if the appropriate option is enabled by programming (see the option
displayable on zone 2 LED within [23] and [24] programming sections).
„QUICK STAY ARMING”
[*][0][2]
This arming type is similar to „stay arming” by user code.
Note: „Quick stay arming” is allowed only if the appropriate option is enabled by programming (see the option displayable
on zone 3 LED within [23] and [24] programming sections).
DISARMING & DEACTIVATING AN ALARM
[User Code]
[x][x][x][x]
In order to disarm an already armed system/partition or to deactivate an alarm the users should enter
the protected area through any delayed zone and simply key in a valid user code (4 digits). Once a
delayed zone is first violated during one arming period it will start the appropriate entry delay timer;
the keypad buzzer will sound a continuous beep, indicating that the system must be disarmed. The
system will not generate the alarm until the entry time elapses, giving to the user enough time to
enter the premise and to disarm the system/partition (to modify the entry delay times, see section
[30]).
Enter any of the 1 to 30 user codes (4 digits) to disarm the system/partition. The user code
must have the disarming (siren stopping) right;
After entering the first code digit, the continuous beep will stop and upon each key pressing, the
keypad buzzer will sound a short beep.
If after entering the last digit of the user code the keypad buzzer is sounding a long rejection beeps
means:
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- The user code was not correct; press [#] key and then key in again the user code.
- The user code hasn’t the disarming (siren stopping) right; enter a user code with this right.
After entering the last digit of a valid user code, the ARMED LED will turn OFF and the keypad buzzer
will sound 3 confirmation beeps of system/partition disarming.
If at least one alarm occurred during the previous arming period, after disarming, the SYSTEM LED will
stay blinking until the next arming. To visualize the alarms occurred in the system since last arming
use [*][5] command.
If no alarms occurred during the previous arming period and the SYSTEM LED is still blinking after
disarming, see system trouble status by means of [*][4] command.
TO DEACTIVATE AN ALARM SIMPLY KEY IN ANY USER CODE (4 digits), WHILE THE SIREN IS
SOUNDING
The user code must have the siren stopping (disarming) right; if the siren sound is stopped while the
system/partition is armed, the system will disarm, too. If the siren sound is stopped while the
system/partition is disarmed, then only the siren will stop to sound, without system arming. In the
second case, if the user wants to arm the system after the siren sound was stopped, he must key in
again the user code.
In a partitioned system entering a user code with the right of siren stopping, while siren is sounding,
will function as follows:
1. if the a user is assigned to only one partition, it can stop the siren sounding only if the alarm was
triggered by zones from the same partition to which the code have been assigned, as follows:
- entering of such a code while siren is sounding and the partition is armed will disarm the
partition, but the siren will not be stopped if there are zones from the other partition which
triggered alarm;
- first entering of such a code while siren is sounding and the partition is disarmed will stop the
siren sounding only if the alarm was triggered by zones from the same partition to which the
code have been assigned; if first entering of such a code couldn’t stop the siren sounding,
then next entering of code will can’t to arm the partition until the siren stops to sound.
2. if the a user is assigned to both partitions the siren will stop sounding automatically and the
zone 1 and 2 LEDs will flash for 7 seconds, allowing the user to choose the partition/partitions to
be armed/disarmed, by pressing [1] and/or [2] keys.
OTHER OPERATION COMMANDS
ZONE BYPASSING
[*][3][User Code] or [BYPASS][User Code],
where [BYPASS] is the key labeled “BYPASS”.
Zone bypassing is necessary in case of a faulty detector or troubleshooting isn’t being allowed
because of faulty wiring, where the system needs to be armed altogether and access is desired in
a zone even with system armed.
Zone bypassing can be performed only while the system/partition is disarmed and if
the zones allow manually bypassing (see “manually bypassing” attribute of zones into [01] to
[10] sections).
The control panel will no longer consider the detectors from a bypassed zone. Arming can be
performed with one or more bypassed zones, even if the sensors on these zone loops are faulted.
Enter one of the commands [*][3][User Code] or [BYPS][user code] to switch within
zone bypassing menu; soon after starting this command by entering [*]or [BYPS] key, all
keypad LEDs will turn OFF. After entering [3] key and a valid user code, the keypad buzzer will
sound 3 confirmation beeps.
In a partitioned system, in order to enter zone bypassing menu, by users assigned to both partitions,
simply key in a valid user code within one of the previous sequences; the zone 1 and 2 LEDs will flash
for 7 second, allowing the user to choose the partition for zone bypassing, by pressing [1] or [2] keys.
The selected partition is now in “Low Zones (Un)Bypassing” mode, which means that only zones from 1
to 5 and assigned to that partition can be bypassed or un-bypassed by the use of [1] to [5] keys.
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While the control panel is within “Low Zones (Un)Bypassing” menu, the keypad LEDs’ status will
be as follows:
ARMED A or B LED
ON, according to the selected partition
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A or B LED
ON, according to the selected partition
1 to 5 LEDs
ON/OFF, according to the bypassing status of the 1 to 5 zones
If some zones were previously bypassed the respective Zone LEDs will be ON, too. If no zones were
previously bypassed the all Zone LEDs will be OFF.
To bypass/un-bypass a zone press the key which corresponds to the zone number and the
appropriate LED will turn ON/OFF.
Press the [*] key to switch to “High Zones (Un)Bypassing” mode. The keypad will confirm
entering this mode by 6 beeps and by flashing of READY A or B LED. In this mode, only zones from 6
to 10 and assigned to the selected partition can be bypassed or un-bypassed by the use of [1] to [5]
keys
While the control panel is within “High Zones (Un)Bypassing” menu, the keypad LEDs’ status will
be as follows:
ARMED A or B LED
ON, according to the selected partition
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A or B LED
Blinking, according to the selected partition
6 to 10 LEDs
ON/OFF, according to the bypassing status of the 1 to 5 zones
Press the [*] key again to switch back to “Low Zones (Un)Bypassing” mode. The keypad will
confirm returning this mode by 3 beeps and by turning ON the READY A or B LED.
Press [#] key to exit zone-bypassing menu.
Notes:
1.
Bypassed zone status is only valid during a single arming period; upon system/partition disarming, bypassed zone
status will clear.
2.
Once at least one zone was bypassed, the BYPASS LED will stay ON until system/partition disarming or until bypass
cancellation for all 10 zones.
SYSTEM TROUBLE DISPLAYING: [*][4] COMMAND
The CERBER C52 continuously monitors eight possible trouble conditions.
The SYSTEM LED will turn blinking on the keypads once any trouble condition occurs and whenever a
trouble condition occurs for first time the KP-106P is programmed to emit intermittent beeps at every
8 seconds.
Press [*][4] keys to switch within trouble display menu; soon after starting this command by
entering [*] key, all keypad LEDs will turn OFF. After entering [4] key, the SYSTEM LED will blink and
each trouble condition will be signaled to the corresponding zone LED as follows:
Zone LEDs
DESCRIPTION
DETAILS
Zone 1 LED
“Low voltage on battery”
The control panel performs a dynamic battery test every 32
seconds. This trouble indicates that the battery is disconnected or
its voltage is lower than 11.5 volts. Please note the backup
battery is continuously charged while AC power is present and if
this trouble persists for a long time that means the battery must
be replaced.
Zone 2 LED
AC power loss
If AC power is missing (the transformer or the fuse near the
transformer is burnt) this trouble indicator is ON and it will turn
OFF once the AC power restored.
Zone 3 LED
“Unsuccessful
Communication to CS”
This trouble indicator will turn ON when after the 8 attempts for
both CS phone numbers the control panel failed to transmit to
the central station (none of the CS answers even after the 8-th
call and it will turn OFF only after a successful transmitting to CS.
Zone 4 LED
“System date and hour
not programmed”
(Power ON)
“Bell Trouble”
Zone 5 LED
(siren disconnection or
burnt fuse)
The control panel’s internal clock must be re-programmed
because the control panel was powered. This trouble indicator will
turn OFF only after the system date and hour programming.
This trouble indicator will appear if wiring between the siren and
the panel is cut-off or its fuse was burnt it will turn OFF after the
siren is re-connected or the fuse is replaced.
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Zone LEDs
Zone 6 LED
DESCRIPTION
“Phone Line Trouble”
(TLT)
DETAILS
If the Telephone Line Monitoring (TLM) feature is enabled (see
section [031]), this trouble indicator indicates that the control
panel has not detected the presence of a telephone line for at
least 30 seconds. The LED will turn OFF after the control panel
will detect the presence of a telephone line for at least 30
seconds.
Zone 7 LED
“Tamper trouble”
If at least one keypad or zone tamper is open this trouble
indicator will turn ON and it will turn OFF after all keypad or zone
tampers are closed.
Zone 8 LED
“Burnt fuse on AUX”
This trouble indicator will appear if the AUX fuse was burnt and
it will turn OFF after the fuse is replaced.
The actual trouble beeps can be stopped by system/partition arming or by any entering within trouble
displaying menu (by pressing the [*][4] Keys). So, as soon as the users had acknowledged the
troubles by means of [*][4] command, the keypad trouble buzzer warnings will stop, as there are no
troubles in the system, but the corresponding trouble indicator will still remain ON until the respective
trouble condition is solved. The SYSTEM LED will still remain to blink until all troubles will be solved.
If option of “next trouble beep stopping” was enabled by programming, it can be released just by
entering command [*][4] as follows:
once user entered [*][4] command, if the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps, that
means in the future the keypads will no longer emit intermittent beeps upon any new trouble
occurring (the intermittent beeps will not be reactivated even a new trouble will occur);
once user entered [*][4] command, if the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps, that
means in the future the keypads will emit again intermittent beeps upon any new trouble
occurring (the intermittent beeps will be reactivated whenever a new trouble occurs).
So, if option of “next trouble beep stopping” was enabled by programming, then any entering within
trouble displaying menu will toggle the next trouble beep emitting from activated to deactivated and
vice-versa.
If option of “next trouble beep stopping” wasn’t enabled by programming, the keypad buzzer will
sound no beeps once user enter [*][4] command, but it will still stop the actual trouble buzzer
warnings until a new trouble occurring.
Remarks:
1.
Burnt fuse on AUX trouble, though it does record as LOG event (and optionally, if the digital communicator is
enabled by programming and the appropriate reporting code is programmed too, it is reported to CS), cannot be
displayed on the keypads because the keypads are powered exactly from this power supply (this trouble is stopping
the keypad powering until the fuse is replaced).
2.
If any trouble condition occurs, it needs to be solved before arming to assure a proper function for system.
3.
If there are alarms in the memory, the SYSTEM LED will turn blinking too; if the SYSTEM LED is blinking just
because of at least one alarm occurred, you can see the alarm memory occurred in the system since last arming
then by means of [*][5] command.
Press [#] key to exit the system trouble displaying menu.
ALARM MEMORY DISPLAYING
[*][5]
The all alarms that occurred in the system since the last arming are memorized and can be visualized
on zone LEDs.
To view the alarmed zones or the special alarms triggered from the keypad or from phone
line trouble, enter [*][5] command, while system/partition is disarmed.
Soon after starting this command by entering [*] key, all keypad LEDs will turn OFF. After entering
the key [5], the SYSTEM LED and the zone LEDs that triggered the alarm will blink.
To view the special alarms triggered from the keypad, press [*].
The green LED READY will also blink, indicating the second set of alarms on the 1, 2 and 3 LEDs.
Within the 2-nd mode of alarm visualization
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-
LED 1 indicates a lockout Keypad alarm after to many successive attempts of entering a wrong
user code
-
LED 2 indicates a keypad alarm (panic, fire, medical emergency)
-
LED 3 indicates an alarm triggered from the phone line trouble.
-
LED 4 indicates an alarm triggered from the keypad tamper
To return to visualization of the alarms triggered from zones, press [*] again.
To exit alarm memory displaying menu press [#] key.
Remark: The alarm memory will be cleared every time the system/partition is armed.
Note: In a partitioned system, after entering the [*][5] command, zone LEDs 1 and 2 will start blinking waiting for the
user to choose which partition alarm memory he wants to display.
CHIME FEATURE ACTIVATING / DEACTIVATING
[*][6]
Chime feature activating / deactivating is performed only if the system/partition is disarmed, by
entering the [*][6] command.
If the feature is activated, the keypad buzzer will beep for 3 times, and if it is deactivated, the keypad
buzzer will sound a long beep.
Once the “chime feature” is activated, if any zone with programmed “chime” attribute is opened while
system/partition is disarmed, causes the keypad buzzer to sound 6 warning beeps (chime warning
beeps).
The feature is useful if the entry / exit doors are out of the user's view and he / she wants to be
notified whenever the doors of those zones are opened.
Note: For a zone to activate the “chime”, it must have the “chime” attribute enabled by programming - see
sections [01] to [10].
ACTIVATION / DEACTIVATION COMMAND FOR PGM OUTPUTS (DEFINED AS MONO-STABLE, BISTABLE OR “CLOCK TIMER” PGM TYPE)
[*][9][1] or [*][9][2]
Upon entering one of these commands, the corresponding programmable output PGM1 or PGM2
defined as mono-stable, will activate (to GND) for the time lapse programmed in programming section
[35]. If a new [*][9][1] / [2] command is performed while the Mono-stable PGM output is active, that
output will be deactivated immediately.
Similarly, upon entering this command, any PGM1 or PGM2 output defined as bi-stable or “clock
timer”, will change its status from activated to deactivated or vice versa.
5. Master User’s Programming Menus
While the system is totally disarmed, in order to enter the main programming menu allowed
only to the „master user” enter one of the [*][7][Master Code] or [CODE][Master Code]
commands,
where [CODE] is the key labeled “CODE” key
Once this procedure was initialized by entering [*] or [CODE] key, all keypad LEDs will turn OFF. After
entering the “master code”, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps, confirming the system is within
„master user’s programming menu”.
While the system is within „master user’s programming menu”, the keypad LEDs’ status will be
as follows:
ARMED A LED
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
OFF
zone LEDs
OFF
Note: The „master user’s programming menu” can be exited by pressing the [#] key. When exiting the „master
user’s programming menu”, the system will go back within disarmed status and the keypad LEDs will display the system
and zone status.
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There are several „master user’s submenus” where the “master user” can perform the
following operations:
1. Selective Programming / Erasure of 01 to 30 user codes („master user’s submenus” from
[01] to [30]);
2. Simultaneous Erasure of all user codes, except the „master code” („master user’s submenu”
[49]);
3. Selective Programming / Erasure of the follow me phone numbers („master user’s
submenus” from [51] to [54]);
4. Simultaneous Erasure of all follow me phone numbers („master user’s submenu” [50]);
5. Programming session of the system date and hour („master user’s submenu” [60]).
6.
„Ambush Digit Programming” („master user’s submenu” [61]).
While the system is within „master user’s programming menu”, in order to program the 01 to 30
user codes, the follow me phone numbers, the system date and hour or the „ambush digit”,
select one of the [01] to [30], [49], [50], [51] to [54], [60] or [61] „master user’s
submenus”. To enter each „master user’s submenu” the master user should enter 2 digits which are
corresponding to the order number of each submenu (i.e. for submenu no. 9 press [0] and [9] keys).
After entering the 2 digits corresponding to the order number of one submenu, the keypad buzzer will
beep for 3 times, confirming the system is within respective submenu.
Once the system was entering one of the „master user’s submenus”, the keypad LEDs’ status will be as
follows:
Remarks:
ARMED A LED
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
ON
zone 1, 2 and 3 LEDs
Blinking
Means the selected user code, the follow me phone number or the system date
and hour were programmed during a previous programming session.
Only zone 1 LED
Blinking
Means the selected user code, the follow me phone number or the system date
and hour are not programmed.
PROGRAMMING / SELECTIVE ERASURE (EXCEPT THE „MASTER CODE”) OF 01 TO 30 USER CODES
[*][7][Master Code] or [CODE][Master Code],
where [CODE] is the key labeled “CODE”
The [*][7][Master Code] or [CODE][Master Code] commands allow to the „master user” to modify all
user codes.
While the system is within „master user’s programming menu”, in order to program / erase any of
01 to 30 user codes, select the corresponding submenu from [01] to [30], by pressing the 2digit order number of the user code to be programmed / erased (i.e. while the system is within
„master user’s programming menu”, for user code no. 30 press [3] and [0] keys).
Then enter the following sequence:
[x][x][x][x] |RIGHTS||#|
where [x][x][x][x] are the new 4 digits for the „selected user code” and RIGHTS are its set of rights.
While the system is within programming / erasing session of the „selected user code”, the keypad
LEDs’ status will be as follows:
Keypad LEDs:
ARMED A LED
LEDs’ Status:
Remarks:
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
ON
Zone 1, 2 and 3 LEDs
Blinking
Means the „selected user code” was programmed during a previous
programming session and the control panel is waiting for the first digit
entering.
Only zone 1 LED
Blinking
Means the „selected user code” isn’t programmed and the control
panel is waiting for the first digit entering.
One of the 2 to 4 zone
LEDs
Blinking
Means the „selected user code” is programming and the control
panel is waiting for the corresponding digit.
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1. Programming/Erasing of the „selected user code” may be skipped by [#] key pressing.
1.1 After [#] key pressing, if the „selected user code” was programmed during a
previous programming session, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the system
will pass to display the rights of the „selected user code” (step no. 3).
1.2 After [#] key pressing, if the „selected user code” wasn’t programmed during a
previous programming session, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the control
panel will go back within „master user’s programming menu”.
2. In order to program the „selected user code”, you should enter the following sequence
from the keypad:
[x][x][x][x], where [x][x][x][x] are the new 4 digits for the „selected user code”.
2.1 After entering the first digit the zone 2 LED will blink. Means the control panel is waiting
for the second digit.
2.2. After entering second digit the zone 3 LED will blink. Means the control panel is waiting
for the third digit.
2.3. After entering third digit the zone 4 LED will blink. Means the control panel is waiting for
the fourth digit.
2.4. After any digit was pressed, programming of the „selected user code” may be canceled
by [#] key pressing. After cancellation by [#] key pressing, the keypad buzzer will sound 6
confirmation beeps, the system will keep the old value for the „selected user code” and the control
panel will go back within „master user’s programming menu”.
Note: Do not press [*] key while entering the digits of the „selected user code”! The keypad buzzer
will sound a long error beep, will reject [*] key and will go back within „master user’s programming
menu”.
3. After entering the last digit of the „selected user code” the keypad buzzer will sound 3
confirmation beeps and the panel will pass to the next step, displaying on zone 1 to 7 LEDs the
RIGHTS set of the just modified „user code”, as follows:
Keypad LEDs’ status while the system is within RIGHTS displaying submenu for „selected user code”:
ARMED A LED
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
ON
Zone LEDs
ON
OFF
zone 1 LED
enabled*
disabled
Zone bypassing
zone 2 LED
enabled*
disabled
Regular arming
zone 3 LED
enabled
disabled*
Stay arming
zone 4 LED
enabled
disabled*
Force arming
zone 5 LED
enabled
disabled*
Disarming/siren stopping
*
zone 6 LED
enabled
disabled
Access to partition A
zone 7 LED
enabled
disabled*
Access to partition B
zone 8 LED
enabled
disabled*
Reserved
By [#] key pressing, RIGHTS set of the just modified „user code” can be maintained as it was
previously established.
3.1 In order to turn activate/deactivate each right display-able on zone 1 to 7 LEDs, you should
press the 1 to 7 keys and the appropriate zone LED will turn ON/OFF. If the zone LED is ON means the
appropriate right is enabled and if the zone LED is OFF means the right is disabled.
3.2 Finally you should press [#] key to confirm the RIGHTS set of the respective user code.
After [#] key pressing, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the control panel will go
back within „master user’s programming menu”.
5. Erasure of „selected user code” (except the „master code”) can be performed
[*] key (instead of sequence of 4 digits) while the control panel just
programming/erasing session of the corresponding user code. The keypad buzzer
confirmation beeps and the control panel will go back within „master user’s programming
by pressing
entered the
will sound 6
menu”.
Notes:
1.
All rights are enabled by default for the master code.
2.
Only “zone bypassing”, “regular arming” and “access to partition A” rights are enabled by default for the
other 01 to 30 user codes.
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3.
The „master code” erasing isn’t allowed. If, by mistake, one is trying to erase the master code, by entering [*]
key instead of the 4-digits code, the keypad buzzer will sound a long rejection beep and the panel will go back
within „master user’s programming menu” and will keep the old value for the „master code”.
Any user code from 01 to 30 can be selected in order to get a new value or press [#] key to exit the
master user’s programming menu.
SIMULTANEOUS ERASURE OF ALL USERS' CODES (EXCEPT THE „MASTER CODE”)
[*][7][Master Code][49] or [CODE][Master Code][49],
where [CODE] is the key labeled “CODE”
While the system is within „master user’s programming menu”, to simultaneous erase all user
codes (except the „master code”), select the corresponding submenu [49], by entering the [4]
and [9] keys.
The keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the control panel will go back into master
user’s programming menu.
Any user code from 01 to 30 can be selected in order to get a new value or press [#] key to exit the
master user’s programming menu.
PROGRAMMING / SELECTIVE ERASURE OF THE 1 TO 4 FOLLOW ME PHONE NUMBERS
[*][7][Master Code][5X][Phone number X][#] or [CODE][Master Code][5X][Phone number
X][#],
where [CODE] is the key labeled “CODE” and „X” is the 1 to 4 order number for the 4 follow me phone numbers, which can
be programmed by the master in this submenus.
The [*][7][Master Code][5X][Phone number X][#] or [CODE][Master Code][5X][Phone number X][#]
commands allow to the „master user” to program / selective erase the follow me phone numbers.
Notes:
1.
The “follow me phone numbers” denomination will be used for the phone numbers which the control panel will
automatic dial upon occurring in the system of alarms and „AC power loss” event, to report these events and the
system status too, by synthesis sounds.
2.
Up to 4 follow me phone numbers can be programmed by the master user for the control panel to automatic report
on the phone line the alarms and „AC power loss” event, by specific synthesis sounds.
While the system is within „master user’s programming menu”, in order to program / erase any of
the 1 to 4 follow me phone numbers, select the corresponding submenu from [51] to [54],
by entering one of the groups [51], [52], [53] or [54] (enter [51] to select the 1-st follow me
phone number, [52] for the 2-nd one and so on).
While the system is within programming session of the selected phone number, the keypad LEDs’ status
will be as follows:
Remarks:
ARMED A LED
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
ON
Zone 1, 2 and 3 LEDs
Blinking
Means the selected phone number was programmed during a previous
programming session and the control panel is waiting for the first digit
entering.
Only zone 1 LED
Blinking
Means the selected phone number isn’t programmed and the control
panel is waiting for the first digit entering.
Zone 1 and 2 LEDs
Blinking
Means the selected phone number is programming
1. Programming / Erasing of the selected phone number can be canceled by pressing the
[#] key. After [#] key pressing, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the control
panel will go back within „master user’s programming menu”.
2. In order to program the selected phone number, you should enter up to 15 digits as you
would on a key phone.
2.1 The zone 1 and 2 LEDs will blink after first digit entering of a new sequence for selected
phone number. Means the control panel is waiting for the other digits for the selected phone number.
2.2 HEX digits can be added inside the phone number (enter HEX digits A…F by pressing [*]
and [0…5] keys).
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HEX DIGITS THAT CAN BE USED INSIDE PHONE NUMBERS
KEY
PRESSED
HEX
DIGIT
DECIMAL
VALUE
USED FOR:
[*] [0]
A
10
[ 0 ] DIGIT
[*] [1]
B
11
INSERT [ * ] INSIDE PHONE NUMBER (only DTMF dialing mode)
[*] [2]
C
12
INSERT [#] INSIDE PHONE NUMBER (only DTMF dialing mode)
[*] [3]
D
13
INSERT PAUSE of 2 SECONDS
[*] [4]
E
14
- unused, it will be ignored by control panel -
[*] [5]
F
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END OF PHONE NUMBER
3. After the last digit of the phone number press [#] key to confirm and the control panel will go
back within „master user’s programming menu”.
4. In order to erase the selected phone number press [*] key, while the panel is waiting for
the first digit. The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the control panel will go back
within „master user’s programming menu”.
Any follow me phone number from 1 to 4 can be selected in order to get a new value or press [#]
key to exit the master user’s programming menu.
PROGRAM THE 1-ST FOLLOW ME PHONE NUMBER:
[*][7][Master Code][51][Phone number 1][#] or [CODE][Master Code][51][Phone number 1][#]
PROGRAM THE 2-ND FOLLOW ME PHONE NUMBER:
[*][7][Master Code][52][Phone number 2][#] or [CODE][Master Code][52][Phone number 2][#]
PROGRAM THE 3-RD FOLLOW ME PHONE NUMBER:
[*][7][Master Code][53][Phone number 3][#] or [CODE][Master Code][53][Phone number 3][#]
PROGRAM THE 4-TH FOLLOW ME PHONE NUMBER:
[*][7][Master Code][54][Phone number 4][#] or [CODE][Master Code][54][Phone number 4][#]
SELECTIVE ERASURE OF THE FOLLOW ME PHONE NUMBERS
[*][7][Master Code][5X][*] or [CODE][Master Code][5X][*],
where [CODE] is the key labeled “CODE” and „X” is the 1 to 4 order number for the 4 follow me phone numbers, which can
be erased by the master using these commands.
ERASE THE 1-ST FOLLOW ME PHONE NUMBER:
[*][7][Master Code][51][*][#] or [CODE][Master Code][51][*][#]
ERASE THE 2-ND FOLLOW ME PHONE NUMBER:
[*][7][Master Code][52][*][#] or [CODE][Master Code][52][*][#]
ERASE THE 3-RD FOLLOW ME PHONE NUMBER:
[*][7][Master Code][53][*][#] or [CODE][Master Code][53][*][#]
ERASE THE 4-TH FOLLOW ME PHONE NUMBER:
[*][7][Master Code][54][*][#] or [CODE][Master Code][54][*][#],
where [CODE] is the key labeled “CODE”
SIMULTANEOUS ERASURE OF ALL FOLLOW ME PHONE NUMBERS
[*][7][Master Code][50] or [CODE][Master Code][50],
where [CODE] is the key labeled “CODE”
While the system is within „master user’s programming menu”, to simultaneous erase all follow
me phone number, select the corresponding submenu [50.
The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the control panel will go back into master
user’s programming menu.
Any follow me phone number from 1 to 4 can be selected in order to get a new value or press
[#] key to exit the master user’s programming menu.
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PROGRAMMING SESSION OF THE SYSTEM DATE AND HOUR
[*][7][Master Code][60][D / D][Mo / Mo][Y / Y][H / H][Mi / Mi][S / S] or
[CODE][Master Code][60][D / D][Mo / Mo][Y / Y][H / H][Mi / Mi][S / S],
where [CODE] is the key labeled “CODE”
While the system is within „master user’s programming menu”, in order to program the system
date and hour, select [60] submenu.
While the system is within „master user’s the system date and hour programming”, the keypad LEDs’ status
will be as follows:
Remarks:
ARMED A LED
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
ON
zone 1, 2 and 3 LEDs
Blinking
Only zone 1 LED
Blinking
1 and 2 zone LEDs
Blinking
Means the system date and hour were programmed during a previous
programming session
Means the system date and hour are not programmed and the control panel is
waiting for the first 2-digit group which represents the day [D / D]
Means the system date and hour is programmed and the control panel is
waiting for the corresponding 2-digit group for month [Mo / Mo], year [Y / Y],
hour [H / H], minutes [Mi / Mi] or seconds [S / S]
1. Programming of the system date and hour can be canceled by pressing the [#] key.
2. In order to enter the system date and hour programming, the master user should introduce the format
bellow: [D / D][Mo / Mo][Y / Y][H / H][Mi / Mi][S / S]. Each 2-digit group represents the day [D / D], month [Mo / Mo],
year [Y / Y], hour [H / H], minutes [Mi / Mi] and seconds [S / S].
2.1
Once the first 2-digit group corresponding the day [D / D] was entered, the keypad buzzer
will sound 3 beeps and the control panel is waiting for the second 2-digit group
corresponding the month [Mo / Mo].
2.2
Once second 2-digit group corresponding the month [Mo / Mo] was entered, the keypad
buzzer will sound 3 beeps and the control panel is waiting for the third 2-digit group
corresponding the year [Y / Y].
2.3
Once the third 2-digit group corresponding the year [Y / Y] was entered, the keypad buzzer
will sound 3 beeps and the control panel is waiting for the fourth 2-digit group corresponding
the hour [H / H].
2.4
Once the fourth 2-digit group corresponding the hour [H / H] was entered, the keypad
buzzer will sound 3 beeps and the control panel is waiting for the fifth 2-digit group
corresponding the minutes [Mi / Mi].
2.5
Once the fifth 2-digit group corresponding the minutes [Mi / Mi] was entered, the keypad
buzzer will sound 3 beeps and the control panel is waiting for the sixth 2-digit group
corresponding seconds [S / S].
2.6
Once the sixth (the last) 2-digit group corresponding seconds [S / S] was entered, the
keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the control panel will go back within
„master user’s programming menu”.
2.7
After any digit was pressed, system date and hour setting can be canceled by
pressing the [#] key. After cancellation by pressing the [#] key, the keypad buzzer will
sound 6 confirmation beeps and the control panel will go back within „master user’s
programming menu”, keeping the old value for the system date and hour.
ONLINE DOWNLOAD (PC PROGRAMMING ACCEPTANCE)
[*][8][Master Code][65][#]
This command allows to the “master user” to manually start the upload/download process.
The command is accepted only when the system is totally disarmed.
Notes:
1.
This command is similar to the one in the installer-dedicated programming section [65].
2.
There are several operations within PC programming (upload/download), which a programmer can perform them
when a connection between a modem PC and the burglary alarm control panel is established.
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The following operations can be performed:
-
Uploading the control panel’s program parameters into “EZcom C52 Software”;
-
Downloading the control panel’s program parameters from “EZcom C52 Software” into the
control panel;
-
Uploading the Event Log from the control panel into the “EZcom C52 Software” (in a file);
-
System date and time programming by “EZcom C52 Software”;
-
Arming / Disarming by “EZcom C52 Software”.
-
Zone bypassing by “EZcom C52 Software”;
-
Mono-stable / bi-stable PGM outputs’ activation / deactivation by “EZcom”.
Remark: CERBER C52 control panel provides 2 communication methods to the PC:
1)
The control panel answers automatically to the upload/download calls (this option may be programmed or not).
2)
The control panel doesn't answer automatically to upload/download calls. By means of this special command
accessible to the “master user”, the control panel can communicate to the PC which is already calling it (the
“master user” manually commands the control panel to answer to upload/download calls). When the
[*][8][Master Code][65][#] command is entered, the control panel will try to establish a communication with the
PC modem, which should already be on the phone line (the PC modem should be calling the control panel at the
moment of entering this command). Using this command, the control panel will automatically answer to the PC
calls and start to communicate.
Note: The “online download” function is useful when the „Answering to PC calls” option is not enabled by programming but
panel programming by PC is still required.
CANCELLATION OF THE SOUND COMMUNICATION AND THE UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD PROCESS
[*][8][Master Code][66][#]
This command allows to the “master user” to stop the sound communication and the
upload/download process (without stopping the digital communication with “central station”).
The command will be accepted only if the system is totally disarmed.
Notes:
1.
This command is the same as the one described in programming section [66], with the difference that stopping
the digital communication with “central station” is allowed to the installer but not to the user master.
2.
When system/partition is armed and any alarm occurs, entering a valid user code (even the “master code”) will
only disarm the system and stop the siren, without cancellation of the sound dialing. In order to stop the sound
dialing and reporting upon any triggered alarm, the users must first disarm the system (or stop the siren) by a
valid user code, then enter the sequence: [*][8][Master Code][66][#].
KEYPAD SPECIAL ALARMS
Depending on the installer programming, CERBER C52 control panel will send reporting codes to the
“central station” (and / or synthesis sounds by phone line), according to the occurrence of one of the
next events: “panic”, “fire”, and “medical emergency”.
These events will be triggered by violating of the corresponding 24h zone types, or by
simultaneously pressing a combination of keys from keypad:
[1]+[3]
Medical Emergency alarm
[7]+[9]
Fire alarm
[4]+[6]
Auxiliary Panic alarm
[*]+[#]
Panic alarm
Notes:
1.
Once any alarm was triggered from keypad, press [#] key followed by any 4-digits user code from 01 to 30 in order
to stop any alarm status.
2.
Usually, the keypad panic alarm ([*]+[#]) should be used in emergency situations, when the user is threatened and
the possible offender must not be made aware of the sending of the respective message. In this case, the keypad
panic alarm should be programmed as silent type (see section [20] – set OPTIONSA, zone 7 LED).
6. SYSTEM PARAMETERS’ PROGRAMMING
In order to enter the programming menu of system parameters („main programming
menu”), the installer should use the command [*][8][Installer’s programming code], while
the system is totally disarmed.
Notes:
1.
The default value of the installer’s programming code is „0269” and it should be changed before or after
the system parameters were programmed.
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2.
All programming sections are dedicated to the installer and only some of them are accessible to the master user, too.
System programming parameters are explained bellow.
To enter the programming menu of system parameters („main programming menu”), follow
the next steps:
1. Enter the command: [*][8][Installer’s programming code];
Once this procedure was initialized by entering [*]key, all keypad LEDs will turn OFF. After entering
the installer’s programming code, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps, confirming the system is
within „main programming menu”.
While the system is within „main programming menu”, the keypad LEDs’ status will be as follows:
ARMED A LED
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
OFF
zone LEDs
OFF
Note: The „main programming menu” can be exited by pressing the [#] key. When exiting the „main programming
menu”, the system will go back within disarmed status and the keypad LEDs will display the system and zone status.
2. In order to program the system parameters, you should select one of the sections from
[01] to [66].
While the system is within „main programming menu”, in order to enter each section, you should enter
2-digit order number of the respective section, by entering the 2 digits corresponding to the section
number (i.e. for section no. 7 enter [0] and [7] keys).
After entering the 2 digits corresponding to the section number, the keypad buzzer will beep for 3
times, confirming the system is within respective section.
Once the system just entered within any programming section, the keypad LEDs’ status will be as follows:
ARMED A LED
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
ON
1 to 8 zone LEDs
ON, OFF or Blinking, according to the selected section
2.1 Each programming section has got one or several programming submenus.
Once any programming section was selected, the system finds itself within 1-st submenu of the
programming section (which may be a single one) and within submenus the system is waiting for the
some specific data to be entered from the keypad. After a complete data set, specific to each
submenu, was entered, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the system will pass to
the next submenu of the programming section. After a complete data set, specific to the last submenu
was entered, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the system will go back within
„main programming menu”.
Within some submenus or programming sections, the specific data are as option or attribute types;
the status of these options / attributes is display-able on 1 to 8 zone LEDs. In order to turn these
options / attributes activate / deactivate, you should press [1] to [8] keys and the corresponding zone
LEDs will turn ON / OFF. If the zone LED is ON means the appropriate option / attribute is enabled and
if the zone LED is OFF means the option / attribute is disabled. Finally, to confirm the option / attribute
data and pass to the main programming menu”, the installer must press [#] key.
Remark: Certain sections may require entries of HEX digits. To enter these HEX-values, press [*] key followed by a
number from 0 to 5, according to the table below:
HEX digit
Decimal value
Keys to be pressed
A
10
[*][0]
B
11
[*][1]
C
12
[*][2]
D
13
[*][3]
E
14
[*][4]
F
15
[*][5]
Note: after pressing [*] key, the READY A LED will blink and after digit was pressed, the LED will stay ON.
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2.2 While the system is within any submenu of each programming section, modifying of that
parameters can be canceled by pressing the [#] key; the system will pass to the next
submenu.
3. While the system is within „main programming menu”, in order to program / modify another
set of parameters within another programming section, you should start the procedure from
step no. 2.
4. Finally, in order to exit the „main programming menu”, you should press [#] key.
Note: The control panel is programmed to leave any programming menu automatically 2 minutes after the last
key pressing. Thus, 2 minutes after the keypad was last worked with, the system will exit that submenu automatically,
passing within next submenu or on the next programming level, as when [#] key is pressed. Each time when the system
passes automatically from one submenu to the next, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps. In case that
submenu is the last one within any programming section, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the
system will go back within „main programming menu”. In case the system stays within „main programming menu” more
than 2 minutes since the keypad was last worked with, the system will go back within disarmed status.
PROGRAMMING SECTIONS
SECTIONS [01] … [10] (1 TO 10 ZONES’ DEFINING)
Zone characteristic programming is performed within [01] to [10] sections.
While the system is within „main programming menu”, select the respective section from [01] to [10]
for each zone from 1 to 10 and then enter the following sequence:
[__][__][ATTRIBUTES1][#][ATTRIBUTES2][#],
where [__][__] is a 2-digit group for the type of the selected zone and ATTRIBUTES1 and ATTRIBUTES2
are 1 and 2 attribute sets for the selected zone.
While the system is within „main programming menu”, you should follow the next steps to
program the characteristics of each zone from 1 to 10:
1. Select one of the sections from [01] to [10]. Next, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation
beeps and the panel is waiting for another 2-digit group to be entered, which stands to the type of the
selected zone.
Once the system just entered any [01] to [10] programming sections, the keypad LEDs’ status will be as
follows:
ARMED A LED
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
ON
Zone LEDs
OFF
1.1 Set the type of the selected zone by entering a 2-digit group, according to the table bellow:
ZONE TYPES:
REMARKS:
[00] not used zone
[01] delayed 1 zone
[02] delayed 2 zone
[03] follower zone
[04] instant zone
[05] 24 h burglary zone
[06] 24 h sabotage/
These zone types are usually used for entry/exit detections. The zones can be violated
during the exit delay without triggering the alarm. Once the system/partition is armed, first
violation of these zones will start the appropriate entry-delay timer. The user must disarm
the system/partition before the appropriate entry-delay timer elapses or the system will
generate an alarm. If a delayed zone triggers the alarm, the system or the appropriate
partition will switch to an instant working mode which will be signaled by a fast blinking of
the corresponding ARMED LED.
There are 2 entry-delay timers:
- the “entry delay 1 timer” which applies to all zones defines as “delayed 1” type and
- The “entry delay 2 timer” which applies to all zones defines as “delayed 2” type.
Entry delay 1 and 2 times may be independently set from 1 to 255 seconds within [30]
section and the default settings are 30 seconds for each entry delay time.
This zone type is usually used for the interior detection devices, such as passive infrared
sensors (motion detectors). The zone will not cause an alarm if it is violated during the
entry delay of the respective partition. However, if the zone is violated before the entry
delay has started it will generate an instant alarm.
The follower zone can be also violated during the exit delay without triggering the alarm.
This zone type is usually used for the interior detection devices, such as motion sensors that
are not situated within entry/exit area. The instant zones can be also violated during the
exit delay without triggering the alarm, but once the system/partition is armed, the zones
will trigger the alarm as soon as they will be violated.
The 24 h burglary zones are permanently active irrespective of the armed or disarmed
system/partition status. This zone type is useful for the connection of glass-break detectors.
The sabotage/tamper zones are permanently active irrespective of the armed or disarmed
system/partition status. This zone type is useful for the connection of tamper contacts in
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ZONE TYPES:
REMARKS:
/tamper zone
[07] 24 h panic zone
[08] 24 h fire zone
[09]
24
h
medical
emergency zone
[10] keyswitch
the system to prevent any sabotage attempt after the system installation and
commissioning.
The panic zones are permanently active irrespective of the armed or disarmed
system/partition status. This zone type is useful for the connection of panic buttons/pedals
for a specific event to occur in emergency situations that could be also reported to a
„central station”.
The fire zones are permanently active irrespective of the armed or disarmed
system/partition status. This zone type is useful for the connection of smoke detectors. The
acoustic warning in case of this zone type violation will be in pulse irrespective of the
respective attribute programming, being the first in order of priority over the other alarm
types.
The medical emergency zones are permanently active irrespective of the armed or disarmed
system/partition status. This zone type is useful for the connection of panic buttons/pedals
for a specific event to occur in emergency situations that could be also reported to a
„central station”.
Each time this zone type is activated, the system/partition will be armed/disarmed as
regards to its previous armed/disarmed status.
Note: any violation of the „tamper”, „panic”, „fire” and „medical emergency” zone types will produce specific code
reporting to the „central station”, if the digital communicator is enabled by programming and the appropriate
reporting codes are programmed, too.
Pressing [#] key, the type of the selected zone can be maintained as it was previously
established.
After the 2-digit group corresponding to the selected zone type was entered (or after [#] key
pressing), the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the panel will pass to the next step,
displaying the ATTRIBUTES1 set on 1 to 8 Zone LEDs.
While the system is within ATTRIBUTES1 displaying submenu, the keypad LEDs’ status will be as
follows:
ARMED A LED
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
ON
1 to 8 Zone LEDs
ON / OFF, according to the ATTRIBUTES1 set of the selected zone
Pressing [#] key, ATTRIBUTES1 set can be maintained as it was previously established.
1.2 First set of zone attributes are display-able on 1 to 8 Zone LEDs, according to the table below. In
order to establish the ATTRIBUTES1 set, you should press the numeric keys which correspond
to the Zone LEDs. After each key pressing the appropriate zone LED switches ON / OFF; if the zone
LED is ON means the appropriate attribute is enabled and if the zone LED is OFF means the attribute is
disabled.
ATTRIBUTES1 set:
Zone LEDs
Zone 1
LED
ON
Audible
alarm*
OFF
silent alarm
Remarks
The alarm triggered by a zone with this attribute set as „audible”
type will occur with siren activating for a time lapse set in section
[39].
The alarm triggered by a zone with this attribute set as „silent” type
will occur without siren activating.
This attribute is referring to the siren-activating mode – “steady”
or “pulsing” and for a same zone the set value of this attribute
does mater only if the previous attribute was set as „audible”
type.
Zone 2
LED
steady siren*
pulsing siren
The alarm triggered by a zone with this attribute set as „steady siren”
type will activate the siren in a continuously mode for a time lapse
set in section [39].
The alarm triggered by a zone with this attribute set as „pulsing
siren” type will activate the siren in a pulsing mode (3 seconds ON
alternating with 1 second OFF) for the same time lapse set in section
[39].
Zone 3
LED
Allows
manually
doesn’t allow
manually
When a zone allows manually bypassing it will allow to be bypassed by
one of the commands: [*][3][User code] or [BYPASS][User Code].
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ATTRIBUTES1 set:
ON
Zone LEDs
OFF
*
bypassing
Remarks
bypassing
During the same armed period (or during the same disarming period
for 24h zones) the control panel will automatically bypass (“from
swinger”) any zone which allows auto-shutdown and after the zone
initiate a number of consecutive alarms equal with “swinger shutdown
counter”. After that the zone will no longer generate an alarm. After the
control panel has bypassed a zone “from swinger”, it will report an
event code to the central station, if it is programmed within [55] and
[66] sections.
This feature is a function of the zone restore option which is displayable
on zone 5 LED within [20] section. During the same armed period (or
during the same disarming period for 24h zones) the zone will be
bypassed “from swinger” only:
Zone 4
LED
allows auto
shutdown from
swinger
doesn’t
allow auto
shutdown
from
swinger*
After the siren has cut-off consecutive times, for a number equal with
“swinger shutdown counter”, if zone restore event is set to occur
upon bell cut-off;
After the zone has violated and closed back for a number equal with
“swinger shutdown counter”, if zone restore event is set to occur
upon zone closure.
Thus, during the same armed period (or during the same disarming
period for 24h zones), a zone which allows “auto shutdown” will
trigger:
A maximum alarm number equal with “swinger shutdown counter”
established in [29] section, if zone restore event is set to occur
upon zone closure;
A maximum number of siren triggering equal with “swinger
shutdown counter” established in [29] section, if zone restore event
is set to occur upon bell cut-off; please note that in this case, if the
“report only first zone alarm” option is disabled, too, such a zone may
record more alarms than „swinger shutdown counter”.
Zone 5
LED
allows forced
arming
doesn’t
allow forced
arming*
Zone 6
LED
activates chime
doesn’t
activate
chime*
Zone 7
LED
STAY
perimeter*
When
a
zone
allows
forced
arming,
it
will
allow
system/partition arming although the zone is being violated at
the very moment of arming (i.e. the system can be armed even
though the PIR detector nearby the keypad detects movement
when arming).
When a zone has the „chime” attribute enabled, while the
system is disarmed and the „chime” feature was activated
previously by the command [*][6], any „opening” of the zone
will make the keypad buzzer sounds 6 warning beeps.
When a zone has the „stay” attribute enabled, it is an interior zone and
will be automatically bypassed by the system during stay arming” or
“instant stay arming” modes.
When a zone hasn’t the „stay” attribute enabled, it is an perimeter zone
Zone 8
LED
fast detection
(50ms)
slow
detection
(300ms) *
Speed detection
After the ATTRIBUTES1 set for the selected zone was established to the required values, press [#]
key to confirm.
After [#] key was pressed, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the panel will
pass to the next step, displaying the ATTRIBUTES2 set on 1 to 5 Zone LEDs.
While the system is within ATTRIBUTES2 displaying submenu, the keypad LEDs’ status will be as
follows:
ARMED A LED
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
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READY A LED
Blinking
1 to 5 Zone LEDs
ON / OFF, according to the ATTRIBUTES2 set of the selected zone
Pressing [#] key, ATTRIBUTES2 set can be maintained as it was previously established.
1.3 Second set of zone attributes are display-able on 1 to 5 Zone LEDs, according to the table below.
In order to establish the ATTRIBUTES2 set, you should press the numeric keys which
correspond to the Zone LEDs. After each key pressing the appropriate zone LED switches ON / OFF; if
the zone LED is ON means the appropriate attribute is enabled and if the zone LED is OFF means the
attribute is disabled.
ATTRIBUTES2 set
After the ATTRIBUTES2 set for the selected zone was established to the required values, press [#]
key to confirm.
After [#] key was pressed, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel will
go back within „main programming menu”.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key again.
ATTRIBUTES2 set:
Zone LEDs
ON
OFF
Remarks:
*
Zone 1 LED
Zone 2 LED
Zone
responds as
normal
Intellizone
2EOL – with
tamper
recognition
*
EOL – no
tamper
recognition
*
Zone 3 LED
Enable ATZ
Disable
ATZ
When a zone has the „intellizone” attribute enabled, any first „violation”
of the zone will start the “timer for intellizones” and it will only cause an
alarm when:
a)
The zone remains violated for a longer time than “time window for
intellizones”.
b)
The zone is violated twice within “time window for intellizones”.
c) If any active zone is violated within “time window for intellizones”.
When a zone has the “tamper recognition” attribute enabled, short
circuit or open zone loop are treated as zone tamper condition. Sensors
have to be connected using the double end-of-line resistor diagram (see
page …).
In case option 5 in programming section [21] is enabled, no matter
if the system is armed or disarmed, zone tamper condition will
activate the siren, and the panel will report and save in the event log
the tamper alarm condition. If this option is disabled, and the system
is disarmed, no alarm will be generated in case of zone tamper
condition.
Advanced technology zone (ATZ) connections allow you to install
two detection devices per input terminal, therefore, doubling zone
capacity of the control panel. Advanced technology zoning is a
software-oriented feature, there is no need for extra modules, simply
install the devices as shown in the sections of zone connections and the
control panel will recognize the installed devices as shown there. The
extra zones function exactly like any other zone displaying zone status
on the keypad and sending separate alarm codes for each zone.
Note: By default this feature is disabled for all 1 to 5 hardware zones.
Zone 4 LED
Zone 5 LED
enabled
enabled
*
Belong to 1-st partition
disabled
disabled
*
Belong to 2-nd partition
Default values of the types and attributes for 1 to 10 zones
Active Attributes:
zone
number
zone type
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
[01] “delayed”
[03] “follower”
[04] “instant”
[04] “instant”
[04] “instant”
[00] “not used”
[00] “not used”
[00] “not used”
[00] “not used”
[00] “not used”
siren
alarm
siren
sound type
bypass
enable
activate
chime
“audible”
“audible”
“audible”
“audible”
“audible”
“steady”
“steady”
“steady”
“steady”
“steady”
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
“silent”
“silent”
“silent”
“silent”
“silent”
“pulsing”
“pulsing”
“pulsing”
“pulsing”
“pulsing”
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
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allows
forced
arming
slow
detection
(300ms)
Belong to
1-st
partition
Belong to
2-nd
partition
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
SECTION [01] - DEFINING ZONE 1
While the panel is within the “main programming menu”, to program zone 1 parameters select section
[01], then enter the following sequence:
|__|__|[ATTRIBUTES1][#][ATTRIBUTES2][#]
where [__][__] is the 2-digit number for type of zone 1, and ATTRIBUTES1 & ATTRIBUTES2 are 1&2
sets of attributes for zone 1.
See 1 to 10 zone defining described in the previous paragraphs.
After entering the 2 digits for the zone type, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and the Zone
LEDs will turn ON / OFF according to the ATTRIBUTES1 set of zone 1. Press any of 1 to 8 keys
according to your desired selection of attributes to have them activated / deactivated.
After choosing the first set of attributes, press [#] key to confirm and the keypad buzzer will
sound 3 beeps. Then, Zone LEDs will turn ON / OFF according to the ATTRIBUTES2 set of zone 1.
Press any of 1 to 5 keys according to your desired selection of attributes to have them
activated / deactivated.
After choosing the second attribute set, press [#] key again to confirm. The keypad buzzer will
sound 6 beeps, exit the section and come back to the “main programming menu”, waiting for a new
command to enter another section or to exit the programming menu.
To exit the programming menu, press [#] key again.
SECTION [02] - DEFINING ZONE 2
Do the same as for zone 1.
SECTION [03] - DEFINING ZONE 3
Do the same as for zone 1.
SECTION [04] - DEFINING ZONE 4
Do the same as for zone 1.
SECTION [05] - DEFINING ZONE 5
Do the same as for zone 1.
SECTION [06] - DEFINING ZONE 6
Do the same as for zone 1.
SECTION [07] - DEFINING ZONE 7
Do the same as for zone 1.
SECTION [08] - DEFINING ZONE 8
Do the same as for zone 1.
SECTION [09] - DEFINING ZONE 9
Do the same as for zone 1.
SECTION [10] - DEFINING ZONE 10
Do the same as for zone 1.
SECTION [20] – 1-ST SET OF GENERAL SYSTEM OPTIONS
While the system is within „main programming menu”, to establish the 1-st set of General System
Options select section [20].
Once the panel entered section [20] the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the panel
will display the 1-st set of General System Options, according to the table bellow:
Keypad LEDs’ status while the system is within 1-st set of General System Options displaying submenu
ARMED A LED
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
ON
Zone LEDs
ON
OFF
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zone 1 LED
enabled
disabled*
keypad lockout after to many wrong codes
zone 2 LED
enabled
disabled*
default reset locked
zone 3 LED
enabled
disabled*
partitioning
*
zone 4 LED
maintained
momentary
zone 5 LED
upon zone closes back*
upon bell cut-off time
*
keyswitch type
zone restoration
zone 6 LED
enabled
disabled
report disarm only after alarm
zone 7 LED
enabled
disabled*
keypad panics with siren
zone 8 LED
enabled
disabled*
keypad emergency with siren
Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.
In order to activate / deactivate any of these options, press 1 to 8 keys. The corresponding
zone LED will turn ON / OFF accordingly.
If these options should keep their previously programmed values press [#] key instead of any
numerical key.
After establishing these options to the required values press [#] key to confirm. The keypad
buzzer will sound 6 beeps and exit this section, waiting for a new command to enter another section or
to exit the programming menu.
Notes:
1.
“Zone restoration” is applying to any zone that triggered the alarm and to the time moment when the
restoration event will be memorized in the 425-event LOG.
2.
The programmed value of the “zone restoration” parameter is the same for all zones. According to the
option selected by programming, the “restoration event” will be memorized as a son as either the zone loop is
“closing back” or the siren timer has expired.
3.
Any zone having the attribute “swinger shutdown” enabled will trigger at most 3 alarms during one
arming period (or during one disarming period for 24h zones), irrespective of programmed value of the “zone
restoration” option.
4.
The restoration events for silent zones will be memorized in the 425-event LOG as a son each zone loop
„close back”.
5.
If any zone remains “open” after it triggered the alarm, the restoration event for that zone will be
memorized in the 425-event LOG as soon as the zone loops „close back”.
SECTION [21] – 2-ND SET OF GENERAL SYSTEM OPTIONS
While the system is within „main programming menu”, to establish the 2-nd set of General System
Options select section [21].
Once the panel entered section [21] the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the panel
will display the 2-nd set of General System Options, according to the table bellow:
Keypad LEDs’ status while the system is within 2-nd set of General System Options displaying submenu
ARMED A LED
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
ON
Zone LEDs
ON
OFF
zone 1 LED
enabled
disabled*
case tamper of keypad 1
zone 2 LED
enabled
disabled
*
case tamper of keypad 2
zone 3 LED
enabled
disabled*
case tamper of keypad 3
zone 4 LED
enabled
disabled
*
case tamper of keypad 4
zone 5 LED
enabled
disabled*
zone 6 LED
enabled
disabled
*
zone 7 LED
enabled*
disabled
next trouble beeps stopping
zone 8 LED
enabled
disabled*
warning on keypad’s buzzer when siren sounds
tamper alarm activates siren when disarm
send periodical test only when armed
Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.
In order to activate / deactivate any of these options, press 1 to 8 keys. The
corresponding zone LED will turn ON / OFF accordingly.
If these options should keep their previously programmed values press [#] key instead of any
numerical key.
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After establishing these options to the required values press [#] key to confirm. The
keypad buzzer will sound 6 beeps and exit this section, waiting for a new command to enter
another section or to exit the programming menu.
SECTION [22] – 3-RD SET OF GENERAL SYSTEM OPTIONS
While the system is within „main programming menu”, to establish the 3-rd set of General System
Options select section [22].
Once the panel entered section [22] the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the
panel will display the 3-rd set of General System Options, according to the table bellow:
Keypad LEDs’ status while the system is within 3-rd set of General System Options displaying
submenu
ARMED A LED
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
ON
Zone LEDs
ON
OFF
zone 1 LED
enabled*
disabled
keypad 1 assigned to 1-st partition
zone 2 LED
enabled
*
disabled
keypad 2 assigned to 1-st partition
zone 3 LED
enabled*
disabled
keypad 3 assigned to 1-st partition
zone 4 LED
enabled
*
disabled
keypad 4 assigned to 1-st partition
zone 5 LED
enabled*
disabled
keypad 1 assigned to 2-nd partition
zone 6 LED
enabled
*
disabled
keypad 2 assigned to 2-nd partition
zone 7 LED
enabled*
disabled
keypad 3 assigned to 2-nd partition
zone 8 LED
*
disabled
keypad 4 assigned to 2-nd partition
enabled
OPTION
Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.
In order to activate / deactivate any of these options, press 1 to 8 keys. The
corresponding zone LED will turn ON / OFF accordingly.
If these options should keep their previously programmed values press [#] key instead of any
numerical key.
After establishing these options to the required values press [#] key to confirm. The
keypad buzzer will sound 6 beeps and exit this section, waiting for a new command to enter
another section or to exit the programming menu.
SECTION [23] – 1-ST SET OF 1-ST PARTITION OPTIONS
While the system is within „main programming menu”, to establish the 1-st set of 1-st Partition
Options select section [23].
Once the panel entered section [23] the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the
panel will display the 1-st set of 1-st Partition Options, according to the table bellow:
Keypad LEDs’ status while the system is within 1-st set of 1-st Partition Options displaying submenu
ARMED A LED
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
ON
Zone LEDs
ON
OFF
zone 1 LED
enabled
disabled*
quick arming
zone 2 LED
enabled
disabled*
quick instant stay arming
zone 3 LED
enabled
disabled
*
zone 4 LED
enabled
disabled*
forced arming without codes
zone 5 LED
enabled
disabled*
dings (1 ding upon arming, 3 dings upon disarming and 6 dings
upon disarming after alarms)
zone 6 LED
enabled
disabled*
reserved
zone 7 LED
enabled
disabled
*
reserved
zone 8 LED
enabled
disabled*
reserved
quick stay arming
Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.
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In order to activate / deactivate any of these options, press 1 to 8 keys. The
corresponding zone LED will turn ON / OFF accordingly.
If these options should keep their previously programmed values press [#] key instead of any
numerical key.
After establishing these options to the required values press [#] key to confirm. The
keypad buzzer will sound 6 beeps and exit this section, waiting for a new command to enter
another section or to exit the programming menu.
SECTION [24] – 1-ST SET OF 2-ND PARTITION OPTIONS
While the system is within „main programming menu”, to establish the 1-st set of 2-nd Partition
Options select section [24].
Once the panel entered section [24] the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the
panel will display the 1-st set of 2-nd Partition Options, according to the table bellow:
Keypad LEDs’ status while the system is within 1-st set of 2-nd Partition Options displaying submenu
ARMED A LED
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
ON
ON
OFF
zone 1 LED
Zone LEDs
enabled
disabled*
quick armings
zone 2 LED
enabled
disabled*
quick instant stay armings
zone 3 LED
enabled
disabled
*
zone 4 LED
enabled
disabled*
forced arming without codes
zone 5 LED
enabled
disabled*
dings (1 ding upon arming, 3 dings upon disarming and 6 dings
upon disarming after alarms)
zone 6 LED
enabled
disabled*
reserved
zone 7 LED
enabled
disabled
*
reserved
zone 8 LED
enabled
disabled*
reserved
quick stay armings
Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.
In order to activate / deactivate any of these options, press 1 to 8 keys. The
corresponding zone LED will turn ON / OFF accordingly.
If these options should keep their previously programmed values press [#] key instead of any
numerical key.
After establishing these options to the required values press [#] key to confirm. The
keypad buzzer will sound 6 beeps and exit this section, waiting for a new command to enter
another section or to exit the programming menu.
SECTION [25] – 2-ND SET OF 1-ST PARTITION OPTIONS
While the system is within „main programming menu”, to establish the 2-nd set of 1-st Partition
Options select section [25].
Once the panel entered section [25] the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the
panel will display the 2-nd set of 1-st Partition Options, according to the table bellow:
Keypad LEDs’ status while the system is within 2-nd set of 1-st Partition Options displaying submenu
ARMED A LED
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
ON
ON
OFF
zone 1 LED
Zone LEDs
enabled
disabled*
timed autoarming
zone 2 LED
enabled
disabled*
inactivity autoarming
*
zone 3 LED
enabled
zone 4 LED
enabled
disabled*
Switch to stay arming if user does not exit
zone 5 LED
enabled
disabled*
autoarmings are stayed type
zone 6 LED
enabled
disabled*
force autoarmings
enabled
*
zone 7 LED
disabled
disabled
beep on exit delay
no beeps and dings on stay armings
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Keypad LEDs’ status while the system is within 2-nd set of 1-st Partition Options displaying submenu
zone 8 LED
disabled*
enabled
timed autodisarming
Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.
In order to activate / deactivate any of these options, press 1 to 8 keys. The
corresponding zone LED will turn ON / OFF accordingly.
If these options should keep their previously programmed values press [#] key instead of any
numerical key.
After establishing these options to the required values press [#] key to confirm. The
keypad buzzer will sound 6 beeps and exit this section, waiting for a new command to enter
another section or to exit the programming menu.
SECTION [26] – 2-ND SET OF 2-ND PARTITION OPTIONS
While the system is within „main programming menu”, to establish the 2-nd set of 2-nd Partition
Options select section [26].
Once the panel entered section [26] the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the
panel will display the 2-nd set of 2-nd Partition Options, according to the table bellow:
Keypad LEDs’ status while the system is within 2-nd set of 2-nd Partition Options displaying submenu
ARMED A LED
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
ON
ON
OFF
zone 1 LED
Zone LEDs
enabled
disabled*
timed autoarming
zone 2 LED
enabled
disabled*
inactivity autoarming
*
zone 3 LED
enabled
zone 4 LED
enabled
disabled*
switch to stay arming if user does not exit
zone 5 LED
enabled
disabled*
autoarmings are stayed type
zone 6 LED
enabled
disabled*
force autoarmings
zone 7 LED
enabled
disabled*
no beeps and dings on stay armings
enabled
*
zone 8 LED
disabled
disabled
beep on exit delay
timed autodisarming
Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.
In order to activate / deactivate any of these options, press 1 to 5 keys. The
corresponding zone LED will turn ON / OFF accordingly.
If these options should keep their previously programmed values press [#] key instead of any
numerical key.
After establishing these options to the required values press [#] key to confirm. The
keypad buzzer will sound 6 beeps and exit this section, waiting for a new command to enter
another section or to exit the programming menu.
SECTION [27] – 4-TH SET OF GENERAL SYSTEM OPTIONS (TELEPHONE OPTIONS)
While the system is within „main programming menu”, to establish the telephone options select
section [27].
Once the panel entered section [27] the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the
panel will display the telephone options, according to the table bellow:
Keypad LEDs’ status while the system is within telephone options displaying submenu
ARMED A LED
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
ON
Zone LEDs
ON
OFF
OPTION
*
zone 1 LED
pulse
DTMF
zone 2 LED
enabled
disabled*
compatible with TBR21 standard while DTMF dialing
zone 3 LED
enabled
disabled*
enables prefix when DTMF dialing
zone 4 LED
[*]
[#]*
zone 5 LED
enabled
disabled*
dialing mode
Choose [*] or [#] as prefix
Telephone Line Monitoring (TLM) OPTION 1 (see TLM table)
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zone 6 LED
enabled
disabled*
Telephone Line Monitoring (TLM) OPTION 2 (see TLM table)
zone 7 LED
enabled
disabled*
reserved
zone 8 LED
enabled
disabled*
reserved
Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.
In order to activate / deactivate any of these options, press 1 to 6 keys. The
corresponding zone LED will turn ON / OFF accordingly.
If these options should keep their previously programmed values press [#] key instead of any
numerical key.
After establishing these options to the required values press [#] key to confirm. The
keypad buzzer will sound 6 beeps and exit this section, waiting for a new command to enter
another section or to exit the programming menu.
Remarks:
1.
When the panel is dialing any phone number (either for synthesis sounds or for CS reporting) it will be dialed in
“pulse” or “DTMF” mode, according to the way the respective parameter has been programmed.
2.
The control panel first checks if the dialing tone is present, waiting for 6 seconds for the line tone. If it cannot
detect the dialing tone, the control panel will “blind” dial. For the next call, the procedure will be repeated.
3.
Telephone line monitoring (TLM):
-
When this feature is enabled by programming, the panel will check the existence of telephone line once every 4
seconds, except during any phone line communication and every time when the panel is detecting an incoming call
(during these actions and 30 seconds after them the telephone line monitoring is stopped);
-
An effective phone line test failure occurs only if for at least 30 seconds the panel doesn’t detect the existence of
telephone line and this trouble is restored only if the panel will detect again the telephone line for at least 30
seconds, too.
-
Once the phone line trouble (TLT) is recorded, this trouble condition will be displayed on zone 3 LED within system
trouble displaying menu - [*][4] command, and the keypads will signal it by keypad trouble buzzer warnings and
by blinking of the SYSTEM LED.
-
One type for PGM1 and PGM2 outputs is included – “pulse on phone line trouble” – which goes to ON status once
the phone line test is failing; this type of PGM will turn OFF after the pulse time established by programming.
-
In order to generate one or more actions when the telephone line test fails, two options were included in this
section as follows:
Telephone Line Monitoring (TLM) options:
TLM option1
TLM option2
OFF
OFF
TLM is disabled (default)
ON
OFF
TLM generates a trouble only
OFF
ON
Silent alarm becomes audible
ON
ON
Generates an alarm if panel is armed
SECTION [28] – 5-TH SET OF GENERAL SYSTEM OPTIONS (DIGITAL COMMUNICATOR)
While the system is within „main programming menu”, to establish the digital communicator
select section [28].
Once the panel entered section [28] the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the
panel will display the digital communicator, according to the table bellow:
Keypad LEDs’ status while the system is within digital communicator displaying submenu
ARMED A LED
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
ON
Zone LEDs
ON
OFF
zone 1 LED
enabled*
disabled
Digital communicator
zone 2 LED
enabled*
disabled
Answer to PC calls
zone 3 LED
enabled
zone 4 LED
after double call
*
OPTION
disabled*
Answer to the interrogation calls
after number of rings
Answer mode to the remote calls
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zone 5 LED
enabled
disabled*
zone 6 LED
enabled
disabled*
Follow-me sound reporting
zone 7 LED
minutes
hours*
Unit time for the time between periodical tests
zone 8 LED
enabled
disabled*
reserved
AC power loss initiates sound reporting
Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.
In order to activate / deactivate any of these options, press 1 to 7 keys. The
corresponding zone LED will turn ON / OFF accordingly.
If these options should keep their previously programmed values press [#] key instead of any
numerical key.
After establishing these options to the required values press [#] key to confirm. The
keypad buzzer will sound 6 beeps and exit this section, waiting for a new command to enter
another section or to exit the programming menu.
Remarks:
1.
In case „double call” option is selected, the programmed ring number will not be considered anymore, and for the
panel to answer after „double call”, the two calls must meet the following conditions:
o
The first call must have at least 2 rings;
o
The second call must occur after at least 10s after the first call ended, but not later than 60s since the first call
was stopped, otherwise the second call will be ignored. For the second call the control panel will answer
automatically after the second ring.
2.
If both of the “Answering to PC calls” and “answering to interrogation calls” options was set as enabled, the
control panel can distinguish between a call coming from a modem (an upload/download request) and a call
coming from a human phone (request for the current system status via synthesis sounds).
3.
Upon remote interrogation call, the control panel will report “AC power loss” even if this event has not yet
initiated the synthesis sounds transmission.
SECTION [29]: “SWINGER SHUTDOWN COUNTER” / “KEYPAD LOCKOUT COUNTER”
In order to establish the “swinger shutdown counter” and “keypad lockout counter”, enter 2
groups of 2 digits (0 to 15), the first 2-digit group being the “swinger shutdown counter” and the
second 2-digit group being the “keypad lockout counter”.
The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after the first 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the last one.
Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
To exit the “main programming menu”, press [#] key.
Notes:
1.
If the option of “keypad lockout” after too many wrong codes was enabled within section [20], the “keypad lockout
counter” will be counting the successive attempts of entering wrong access codes. In case the successive attempts of
entering wrong access codes gets the value set in this section the keypad will lock for 7 minutes and all keypad LEDs
will fast blink. The event will be memorized into the 425-event LOG, which can be uploaded and viewed onto PC by
“EZcom C612 Software” and optionally a specific reporting code will be transmitted to CS, too (if the digital
communicator is enabled by programming and the appropriate reporting code is programmed within [58] or [69]
section).
2.
For the “keypad lockout counter” any value from 00 to 99 may be entered, but the panel will automatic adjust the
introduced value by modulo 16 and will record the result in memory as programmed value. If the result of adjustment
is 0, the panel will record the default value of “10”.
3.
For any zone which allows auto shutdown the panel is counting the zone restore events and in case the number of
zone restores gets the value set in this section, the respective zone will be automatic “bypassed from swinger” for that
arming period (or for that disarming period for 24h zones) until a new disarming (or arming).
4.
For the “swinger shutdown counter” any value from 00 to 99 may be entered, but the panel will automatic adjust the
introduced value by modulo 16 and will record the result in memory as programmed value. If the result of adjustment
is 0, the panel will record the default value of “03”.
SECTION [30] - ENTRY DELAY 1 / ENTRY DELAY 2 TIMERS
While system is within „main programming menu”, to set the entry delay 1 and 2 timers
select section [30] and then enter 2 groups of 3 digits each (001 to 255 seconds).
The following sequence will be introduced:
|__|__|__||__|__|__|
|030||030| by default
The default entry delay times are both 30 seconds.
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After the first 3 digits, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and after the last 3 digits it will
sound 6 beeps; the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter another
section.
Press [#] key instead of the 3 corresponding digits if modifying of any timing is no longer
desired.
To exit the „main programming menu”, press [#] key.
Example: If the „entry delay 1” is to be set to 10 sec. and the „entry delay 2” is to be unchanged, enter: |010||#|. After
the first 3 digits the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and after [#] key, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation
beeps and the panel exits the section, waiting for a new command to enter another section. To exit the „main programming
menu”, press [#] key gain.
Notes:
1.
The “entry delay 1 timer” applies to all zones defines as “delayed 1” type and the “entry delay 2 timer” applies to all
zones defines as “delayed 2” type; if partitioning was allowed by programming within [20] section, each entry delay
time applies to the partition which has assigned the respective delayed zones and if partitioning was not allowed,
both entry delay times apply to the system.
2.
The entry delay times set the periods of time permitted between the first violation of any delayed zone and the
system/partition disarming. Once the system/partition is armed, first violation of the delayed zones will start the
appropriate entry-delay timer, giving to the user enough time to enter the premise and to disarm the
system/partition. The user must disarm the system/partition before the appropriate entry-delay timer elapses or the
system will generate an alarm. If a delayed zone triggers the alarm, the system or the appropriate partition will
switch to an instant working mode which will be signaled by a fast blinking of the corresponding ARMED LED (the
alarm was once triggered by a delayed zone and all the zones usually of delayed type will respond as instant type in
the respective partition).
3.
For the entry delay 1 and 2 timers any value from 000 to 999 may be entered, but the panel will automatic
adjust the introduced value by modulo 256 and will record the result in memory as programmed value. If
the result of adjustment is 0 (the entry delay is set at 0), the zone which is usually of delayed type will respond as
instant type and will trigger the alarm once it is violated. So, when any user enters the protected area through the
delayed zone to disarm the system/partition, unexpected alarms may be triggered by this zone!
SECTION [31] - EXIT DELAY 1 / EXIT DELAY 2 TIMERS
While system is within „main programming menu”, to set the exit delay 1 and 2 timers, you
should select section [31] and then enter 2 groups of 3 digits each (001 to 255 seconds).
The following sequence will be introduced:
|__|__|__||__|__|__|
|060||060| by default
The default exit delay times are both 60 seconds.
After the first 3 digits, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and after the last 3 digits it will
sound 6 beeps; the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter another
section.
Press [#] key instead of the 3 corresponding digits if modifying of any timing is no longer
desired.
To exit the „main programming menu”, press [#] key.
After entering the required arming sequence (i.e. any valid user code entering), the exit delay
parameters determine the amount of times a user has to leave the protected area before the
panel arms the partition (or the entire system).
Example: If the „exit delay 1” is to be set to 20 sec. and the „exit delay 2” is to be unchanged, enter: |020||#|. After the
first 3 digits the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and after [#] key, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps
and the panel exits the section, waiting for a new command to enter another section. To exit the „main programming
menu”, press [#] key gain.
Notes:
1.
For the exit delay timers any value from 000 to 999 may be entered, but the panel will automatic adjust the
introduced value by modulo 256 and will record the result in memory as programmed value. If the result of
adjustment is 0, the appropriate “exit time” is 0 and after any valid user code entering for system/partition
arming may cause unexpected alarms!
2.
Each exit delay time applies to all zones in the selected partition as follows:
- If partitioning was allowed by programming within [20] section, the „exit delay 1” applies to all zones in the first
partition and the „exit delay 2” applies to all zones in the second partition;
- If partitioning was not allowed by programming within [20] section, the „exit delay 1” applies to all zones in the
system and the „exit delay 2” will be no longer considerate by the panel.
SECTION [32] – BURGLARY / FIRE BELL CUT-OFF TIMINGS
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These timings („burglary bell cut-off timing” and „fire bell cut-off timing”) establish „siren
activation timings” in case of any “fire alarms” and audible “burglary alarms” respectively will
occur in the system.
While the panel is within the “main programming menu”, to program the Burglary / Fire Bell
cut-off timings, select section [32] and enter 2 groups of 2 digits each (01 to 99
minutes).
The following sequence will be introduced:
|__|__||__|__|
|0 3||1 0| by default
After the first 2 digits, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and after the last 2 digits it will
sound 6 beeps, exiting this section and waiting for a new command to enter another section or to
exit the programming menu.
If one of the 2 timings should keep their previously programmed values press [#] key instead of
the 2 corresponding digits.
Notes:
1.
A fire alarm may be triggered by a “fire” zone type or from the keypad, by pressing [7]+[9]. Any fire alarm will be
only as “audible” and “pulsing” type and it will trigger the “fire bell cut-off timing”, too;
2.
Other kind of alarms may be triggered by other zone types (differed of fire) or from the keypad, by [*]+[#] or
[1]+[3]) pressing. If zones are audible and the special alarms from keypad activates the siren too, they will
trigger the “burglary bell cut-off timing”;
3.
Once any „audible zone” triggered the siren that zone will not retrigger anymore the „siren activation timing” and
it will not record anymore alarms in the 425-event LOG, each time it will get violated. If another „audible zone” is
violated while the siren was started before, the „siren activation timing” will be retriggered again. Means if a zone
triggered the „siren activation timing” once and then, during same siren activation period, its loop „closes” and
„opens” for several times, that zone will not trigger again the „siren activation timing” and it will not record again
alarms in the 425-event LOG.
SECTION [33] – „TIME WINDOW FOR INTELLIZONES”
Enter 3 digits (001 to 255 seconds) in order to set the „time window for intellizones”.
The following sequence will be introduced:
|__|__|__|
|050| by default (50 sec.)
The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps after the 3-digit group and the panel exits the
section, waiting for a new command to enter another section.
To exit the „main programming menu”, press [#] key.
Note: For the “time window for intellizones” any value from 000 to 999 may be entered, but the panel will automatic
adjust the introduced value by modulo 256 and will record the result in memory as programmed value. If the result of
adjustment is 0, there will be no “time window for intellizones” and all zones in the system will respond as normal,
even for some of them their intellizone attribute were set as enabled!
SECTION [34] - DELAY FOR „AC POWER LOSS / RESTORE” TRANSMISSION (01-99 MINUTES)
The „AC power loss / restore” transmission delay (01…99 minutes) sets the time lapse before
which the „AC power loss / restore” events will be reported to the “central station” (or before the
sound dialer starts synthesis sounds transmission). If in the meantime the AC power is restored,
the event code (or the synthesis sound) will not be transmitted anymore.
While the panel is within the “main programming menu”, to program the delay for „AC power
loss / restore” transmission, select section [34], and enter the 2-digits number
corresponding to the number of minutes (01 to 99 minutes).
The following sequence will be introduced:
|__|__|
|02| by default
After the 2 digits have been entered, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 beeps and exit section [34],
waiting for a new command to enter another section or to exit the programming menu.
If the respective time should keep their previously programmed values press [#] key instead of
the 2 digits.
SECTION [35] - ACTIVATION TIME FOR PGM1 AND PGM2, DEFINED AS PULSE TYPE (001 TO 255
SECONDS)
Activation times (001 to 255 seconds) for PGM1 and PGM2 defined as pulse types stand for the
number of the seconds during which each pulse PGM type will be activated to GND.
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While the system is within „main programming menu”, to set the „activation times” for PGM
outputs defined as pulse types, select section [35] and then enter 2 groups of 3 digits
(001 to 255 seconds).
The following sequence will be introduced:
|__|__|__||__|___|__|
|003||003| by default
After the first 3 digits were entered, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and after the last 3
digits 6 beeps. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter another
section.
Press [#] key instead of the corresponding 3-digit group if one of the 2 timings isn’t to be
modified.
Notes:
1.
These pulse durations are individually programmable for PGM1 and PGM2 and they establish the „activation time”
for all following PGM outputs defined as pulse types: “pulse on arming”, “pulse on disarming”, “retriggerable
mono-stable” and “pulse on phone line trouble”.
2.
For each time activation for PGMs defined as pulse types any value from 000 to 999 may be entered, but the panel
will automatic adjust the introduced value by modulo 256 and will record the result in memory as
programmed value. If any result of adjustment is 0, the respective PGM defined as any pulse types will
activate only for 1 second!
SECTION [36] - RING NUMBER AFTER THAT THE CONTROL PANEL ANSWERS TO THE REMOTE CALLS
Enter 2 digits (01 to 99 rings) in order to establish the ring number that should be
emitted for the control panel to automatic answer to the remote calls - the remote interrogation
calls and / or the remote PC calls.
The following sequence will be entered:
|__|__|
|10| by default
After the 2 digits, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the
section, waiting for a new command to enter another section.
Note: In order to be considered the ring number programmed in this section, the following conditions need to be met:
o
„Answer after programmed rings number” option must to be selected within section [28], not the “double call”
option.
o
At least one of the “Answering to PC calls” and “Answering to interrogation calls” options must to be set as
enabled within section [28].
SECTION [37] – NUMBER OF SOUND DIALING SEQUENCES / TIME OF THE SOUND REPORTING
Enter 2 groups of 2 digits, the first being the number of times the synthesis sounds will be
repeated for the programmed phone numbers (01 to 99 sequences) and the second 2-digit group
being the time of the sound reporting (01 to 99 seconds).
The following sequence will be introduced:
|__|__||__|__|
|02||30| by default (02 sound dialing sequences / 30 sec.)
The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after the first 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the second
one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter another section.
Remark: A sound dialing sequence consists of sending the synthesis sounds once to each of the programmed phone
numbers (up to 4 follow me phone numbers). After a sound dialing sequence was finished, the control panel will begin the
next sequence similarly until the sequence number programmed in this section was over.
Note: For the “number of sound dialing sequences” and “time of the sound reporting” you can set even the value 00. Don’t
program the value 00 for these parameters because the synthesis sounds will no longer be transmitted on the phone
line!
SECTION [38] – TIME BETWEEN THE PERIODICAL TESTS (IN HOURS OR MINUTES)
Enter 1 group of 3 digits for time between the periodical tests (001 to 255 hours or minutes,
depending of the unit time for the time between periodical tests, programmed in [28] section).
The following sequence will be introduced:
|__|__|__|
by default 24 hours
The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps after the 3-digit group and the panel exits the
section, waiting for a new command to enter another section.
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Press [#] key instead of the 3-digit group if you want to cancel programming of this time
interval.
To exit the „main programming menu”, press [#] key.
Note: For this time interval any value from 000 to 999 may be entered, but the panel will automatic adjust the
introduced value by modulo 256 and will record the result in memory as programmed value. If the result of
adjustment is 0, the periodical tests will be transmitted after every minute or hour!
SECTION [39] - PGM1 AND PGM2 TYPE PROGRAMMING
The system has 2 programmable outputs on the main board: PGM1 and PGM2.
These outputs are NPN transistors activated to the ground.
While system is within „main programming menu”, to set the type of programmable outputs
PGM1 and PGM2 select section [39] and then enter 2 groups of 2 digits each:
|__|__|
|__|__|
|0D||0E| by default
The first group is setting the PGM1 type and the second group is setting the PGM2 type.
After the first 2 digits were entered, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and after the last 2
digits were entered, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the
section, waiting for a new command to enter another section.
Press [#] key instead of the 2 corresponding digits if the type of one of the programmable
outputs isn’t to be changed.
To exit the „main programming menu”, press [#] key.
[00] LATCH ON ALARM
The output goes to ground in alarm and is shut OFF when disarming.
[01] FOLLOW SYSTEM STATUS
The output goes to ground when arming and it is shut OFF when disarming.
[02] ON DURING ENTRY TIME
The output goes to ground during entry time.
[03] ON DURING EXIT DELAY
The output goes to ground during exit delay.
[04] SYSTEM TROUBLES
This output type goes to ON status (to ground) while there is at least a trouble in the system
(„AC power loss”, „low voltage on battery”, „fail to communicate event”, „BELL trouble”, “phone
line trouble”, „AUX trouble” or „system date and hour loss”).
[05] AUXILIARY SIREN
The output goes to ground while the siren is sounding.
[06] “SILENT” ALARM (WITHOUT SIREN)
The output goes to ground when any silent alarm is activated.
[07] PANIC
The output goes to ground when any panic alarm is activated (panic zone or by simultaneously
pressing [*]+[#] keys).
[08] FIRE
The output goes to ground when any fire alarm is activated or after simultaneously pressing
[7]+[9] keys.
[09] MEDICAL EMERGENCY
The output goes to ground when any medical emergency alarm is activated or after
simultaneously pressing [1]+[3] keys.
[0A] TAMPER
The output goes to ground when any tamper zone is activated.
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[0B] PULSE ON PHONE LINE TROUBLE
Upon phone line trouble the output goes to ground for the time programmed in section [35].
[0C] MONO-STABLE
When the command [*][9] is entered, the output goes to ground for the time programmed in
section [35].
[0D] PULSE ON ARMING
Whenever the system/partition is armed, the output goes to ground for the time programmed in
section [35].
[0E] PULSE ON DISARMING
When the system is disarmed, the output goes to ground for the time programmed in section
[35].
[0F] BI-STABLE
The output changes from activated to deactivated and the other way round for each command
[*][9].
SECTION [40] TO [45] – EVENT REPORTING CODES IN CONTACT ID FORMAT:
Notes:
1.
Any transmission to CS will use only CID format (4 account digits + 4 event digits + 2 partition digits + 3 zone/user
digits).
2.
By programming, you can change only the last 2 digits of any 4-event digit group.
3.
If one CID code is not to be reported, enter 2 digits of [0] for last 2 digits of the 4 event digits.
4.
If CID code is still to be reporting as [xx00], enter 2 digits of [A] for last 2 digits of the 4 event digits.
SECTION [40] – EVENT REPORTING REGARDING: „ARMING BY USER” / „STAY ARMING BY USER”
/ „DISARMING BY USER” / „USER UNDER DURESS” / „ AUTO ARMING CANCELLATION” / „
KEYPAD TAMPER ALARM” / „ KEYPAD TAMPER RESTORE”
Arming by User
34 [01]
Stay Arming by User
34 [41]
Disarming by User
14 [01]
User under Duress
11 [21]
Auto Arming Cancellation
34 [05]
Keypad Tamper Alarm
11 [45]
Keypad Tamper Restore
31 [45]
SECTION [41] – EVENT REPORTING REGARDING: „ AUTO ZONE SHUTDOWN” / “ZONE BYPASSED”
/ “BURGLARY ALARM” / “TAMPER ALARM” / “PANIC ALARM” / “FIRE ALARM” / „MEDICAL
EMERGENCY ALARM”
Auto Zone Shutdown
15 [62]
Zone Bypassed
15 [70]
Burglary Alarm
11 [30]
Tamper Alarm
11 [44]
Panic Alarm
11 [20]
Fire Alarm
11 [10]
Medical Emergency Alarm
11 [AA]
Note: Upon arming the panel will transmit to CS the reporting code of zone bypassing, if there are in the system:
1. Bypassed zones by the panel – in case of partial arming and the respective zones are as interior type and / or
2. Bypassed zones by the users using [*] [3] [User Code] or [BYPASS][User Code] commands.
SECTION [42] – EVENT REPORTING REGARDING: “ZONE ALARM RESTORE” / “ZONE TAMPERED
RESTORE” / “ARMING BY KEYSWITCH” / “DISARMING BY KEYSWITCH” / “KEYPAD LOCKOUT” /
“MODULE REMOVED” / “MODULE ADDED”
Zone Alarm Restore
31 [30]
Zone Tampered Restore
31 [44]
Arming By Keyswitch
34 [09]
Disarming By Keyswitch
14 [09]
Keypad Lockout
14 [21]
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Module Removed
Module Added
15 [32]
15 [31]
SECTION [43] – EVENT REPORTING REGARDING: “ARMING BY PC SOFTWARE” / “TIMED
AUTOARMING” / “INACTIVITY AUTOARMING”/ “QUICK ARMING” / “QUICK STAY ARMING” /
“DISARMING BY PC SOFTWARE” / “TIMED AUTO DISARMING”
Arming By PC Software
34 [07]
Timed Autoarming
34 [03]
Inactivity Autoarming
34 [04]
Quick Arming
34 [08]
Quick Stay Arming
34 [08]
Disarming By PC Software
14 [07]
Timed Auto Disarming
14 [03]
SECTION [44] – EVENT REPORTING REGARDING: “PARTIAL ARMING” / “FAIL TO AUTOARM” /
“AC POWER FAILURE” / “BATTERY FAILURE” / “BELL TROUBLE” / “AUXILIARY SUPPLY
TROUBLE” / “TIME & DATE INACCURATE”
Partial Arming
34 [56]
Fail to Autoarm
14 [55]
AC Power Failure
13 [01]
Battery Failure
13 [02]
Bell Trouble
13 [21]
Auxiliary Supply Trouble
13 [AA]
Time & Date Inaccurate
16 [26]
SECTION [45] – EVENT REPORTING REGARDING: “AC POWER RESTORE” / “BATTERY VOLTAGE
RESTORE” / “BELL TROUBLE RESTORE” / “AUXILIARY SUPPLY RESTORE” / “TIME & DATE
REPROGRAMMED” / “PERIODICAL TEST REPORT”
AC Power Restore
33 [01]
Battery Voltage Restore
33 [02]
Bell Trouble Restore
33 [21]
Auxiliary Supply Restore
33 [AA]
Time & Date Reprogrammed 36 [26]
Periodical Test Report
16 [02]
Note: If after the 8 attempts no central station answers, the control panel will record an “Unsuccessful CS Communication”
event into the 425-event LOG. Upon a new reportable event occurring or upon phone line restore, the entire list from CS
internal buffer, the old and the new reporting codes which are already in the list will be reported together to the CS.
SECTION [46] – MOMENT FOR THE FIRST PERIODICAL TEST (HOUR:MINUTE)
Enter 2 groups of 2 digits, the first 2 digits for the hour (00 to 23) and the second 2 digits for the
minute (00 to 59) when the system will send the first periodical test.
The following sequence will be introduced:
|__|__||__|__|
by default first periodical test is sent at 0100
The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after the first 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the second
one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter another section.
To exit the „main programming menu”, press [#] key.
Note: The periodical test will be performed only if the entered data was valid; the value for hour [hh] is between 0 and 23
and the value for minute [mm] is between 0 and 59.
SECTION [47] – „INACTIVITY TIME” AFTER THAT THE SYSTEM / PARTITION A WILL AUTO ARM
(HOUR & MINUTE)
Enter 2 groups of 2 digits; the first 2 digits for the number of hours (00 to 99) and the second 2
digits for the number of minutes (00 to 99) after that the system / partition A will auto arm if no
motion will be detected in the protected area.
The following sequence will be introduced:
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|__|__||__|__|
|03||00| by default (3 hours)
The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after the first 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the second
one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter another section.
To exit the „main programming menu”, press [#] key.
Note: If in this section the 2 groups of 2 digits are set both with value 0, the system / partition A will try to auto arm after
every second if no activity was detected in the protected area.
SECTION [48] – „INACTIVITY TIME” AFTER THAT THE PARTITION B WILL AUTO ARM (HOUR &
MINUTE)
Enter 2 groups of 2 digits; the first 2 digits for the number of hours (00 to 99) and the second 2
digits for the number of minutes (00 to 99) after that the partition B will auto arm if no motion
will be detected in the protected area.
The following sequence will be introduced:
|__|__||__|__|
|03||00| by default (3 hours)
The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after the first 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the second
one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter another section.
To exit the „main programming menu”, press [#] key.
Note: If in this section the 2 groups of 2 digits are set both with value 0, the partition B will try to auto arm after every
second if no activity was detected in the protected area.
SECTION [49] – INSTALLER’S CODE PROGRAMMING
While the panel is within the “main programming menu”, select section [49] in order to
program the installer’s code, then enter the following sequence:
[x][x][x][x], where [x][x][x][x] are the new 4 digits for the installer’s code.
While the system is section [49], the keypad LEDs’ status will be as follows:
Keypad LEDs:
ARMED A LED
LEDs’ Status:
Remarks:
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
ON
Zone 1, 2 and 3 LEDs
Blinking
Means the installer’s code is programmed and the control
panel is waiting for the first digit entering (the installer’s
code is always programmed).
One of the 2 to 4 zone LEDs
Blinking
Means the installer’s code is programming and the control
panel is waiting for the corresponding digit.
1. The installer’s code programming may be skipped by [#] key pressing. After [#] key
pressing, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the control panel will go back
within “main programming menu”.
2. In order to program the installer’s code, you should enter the following sequence
from the keypad:
[x][x][x][x], where [x][x][x][x] are the new 4 digits for the installer’s code.
2.1 After entering the first digit the zone 2 LED will blink. Means the control panel is
waiting for the second digit.
2.2. After entering second digit the zone 3 LED will blink. Means the control panel is
waiting for the third digit.
2.3. After entering third digit the zone 4 LED will blink. Means the control panel is
waiting for the fourth digit.
2.4. After any digit was pressed, installer’s code programming may be canceled by [#]
key pressing. After cancellation by [#] key pressing, the keypad buzzer will sound 6
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confirmation beeps, the control panel will keep the old value for the installer’s code and then will
go back within “main programming menu”.
Note: Do not press [*] key while entering the digits of the installer’s code! The keypad buzzer will sound a long error beep,
will reject [*] key and will go back within “main programming menu”.
3. After entering the last digit of the installer’s code the keypad buzzer will sound 6
confirmation beeps and the control panel will go back within “main programming menu”.
Notes:
1.
No right is enabled for the installer’s code.
2.
The „installer’s code” erasing isn’t allowed. If, by mistake, one is trying to erase the installer’s code, by
entering [*] key instead of the 4-digits code, the keypad buzzer will sound a long rejection beep and the panel
will go back within “main programming menu” and will keep the old value for the „installer’s code”.
3.
The default value for the “installer’s code” is “0269”.
Remember! After completing the alarm system installation and programming, installer should:
1.
Change the default value of the installer’s code;
2.
Keep good record of the code for later use, especially if the parameter “protection against unwanted resets to
default values” has been set as enabled.
SECTION [50] – MASTER CODE PROGRAMMING, PERFORMED BY INSTALLER
While the panel is within the “main programming menu”, select section [50] in order to
program the master code, then enter the following sequence:
[x][x][x][x] |RIGHTS||#|, where [x][x][x][x] are the new 4 digits for the master code and
RIGHTS are its set of rights.
While the system is section [50], the keypad LEDs’ status will be as follows:
Keypad LEDs:
ARMED A LED
LEDs’ Status:
Remarks:
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
ON
Zone 1, 2 and 3 LEDs
Blinking
Means the master code is programmed and the control panel
is waiting for the first digit entering (the master code is
always programmed).
One of the 2 to 4 zone LEDs
Blinking
Means the master code is programming and the control
panel is waiting for the corresponding digit.
1. The master code programming may be skipped by [#] key pressing. After [#] key
pressing, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the system will pass to
display the master code rights (step no. 3).
2. In order to program the master code, you should enter the following sequence from
the keypad:
[x][x][x][x], where [x][x][x][x] are the new 4 digits for the master code.
2.1 After entering the first digit the zone 2 LED will blink. Means the control panel is
waiting for the second digit.
2.2. After entering second digit the zone 3 LED will blink. Means the control panel is
waiting for the third digit.
2.3. After entering third digit the zone 4 LED will blink. Means the control panel is
waiting for the fourth digit.
2.4. After any digit was pressed, master code programming may be canceled by [#]
key pressing. After cancellation by [#] key pressing, the keypad buzzer will sound 6
confirmation beeps, the system will keep the old value for the master code and the control panel
will go back within “main programming menu”.
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Note: Do not press [*] key while entering the digits of the master code! The keypad buzzer will sound a long error beep,
will reject [*] key and will go back within “main programming menu”.
3. After entering the last digit of the master code the keypad buzzer will sound 3
confirmation beeps and the panel will pass to the next step, displaying on zone 1 to 7 LEDs the
master code rights, as follows:
Keypad LEDs’ status while the system is within displaying submenu of the
master code rights:
ARMED A LED
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
ON
Zone LEDs
ON
OFF
enabled
*
disabled
Zone bypassing
zone 2 LED
enabled
*
disabled
Regular arming
zone 3 LED
enabled*
disabled
Stay arming
zone 4 LED
enabled*
disabled
Force arming
zone 5 LED
enabled*
disabled
Disarming/siren stopping
zone 6 LED
enabled*
disabled
Access to partition A
zone 7 LED
enabled
disabled*
enabled
*
zone 1 LED
zone 8 LED
disabled
Access to partition B
reserved
By [#] key pressing, the master code rights can be maintained as it was previously
established.
3.1 In order to turn activate/deactivate each right display-able on zone 1 to 7 LEDs, you
should press the 1 to 7 keys and the appropriate zone LED will turn ON/OFF. If the zone LED is
ON means the appropriate right is enabled and if the zone LED is OFF means the right is disabled.
3.2 Finally you should press [#] key to confirm the master code rights. After [#] key
pressing, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the control panel will go back
within “main programming menu”.
Notes:
1.
All rights are enabled by default for the master code.
2.
The „master code” erasing isn’t allowed. If, by mistake, one is trying to erase the master code, by entering [*]
key instead of the 4-digits code, the keypad buzzer will sound a long rejection beep and the panel will go back
within “main programming menu” and will keep the old value for the „master code”.
3.
The default value for the “master code” is “1234”.
SECTION [51] – ACTIVATION MOMENT FOR PGM1 AS “CLOCK TIMER” (HOUR:MINUTE)
Enter 2 groups of 2 digits, the first 2 digits for the hour (00 to 23) and the second 2 digits for the
minute (00 to 59); in this way will be set the daily moment when the PGM1 defined as „clock
timer” type is activating automatically.
The following sequence will be introduced:
|__|__||__|__|
not programmed by default
The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after the first 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the second
one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter another section.
To exit the „main programming menu”, press [#] key.
Note: The PGM1 as “clock timer” will activate only if the entered data was valid; the value for hour [hh] is between 0 and
23 and the value for minute [mm] is between 0 and 59.
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SECTION [52] – DEACTIVATION MOMENT FOR PGM1 AS “CLOCK TIMER” (HOUR:MINUTE)
Enter 2 groups of 2 digits, the first 2 digits for the hour (00 to 23) and the second 2 digits for the
minute (00 to 59); in this way will be set the daily moment when the PGM1 defined as „clock
timer” type is deactivating automatically.
The following sequence will be introduced:
|__|__||__|__|
not programmed by default
The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after the first 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the second
one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter another section.
To exit the „main programming menu”, press [#] key.
Note: The PGM1 as “clock timer” will deactivate only if the entered data was valid; the value for hour [hh] is between 0
and 23 and the value for minute [mm] is between 0 and 59.
SECTION [53] – ACTIVATION MOMENT FOR PGM2 AS “CLOCK TIMER” (HOUR:MINUTE)
Enter 2 groups of 2 digits, the first 2 digits for the hour (00 to 23) and the second 2 digits for the
minute (00 to 59); in this way will be set the daily moment when the PGM2 defined as „clock
timer” type is activating automatically.
The following sequence will be introduced:
|__|__||__|__|
not programmed by default
The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after the first 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the second
one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter another section.
To exit the „main programming menu”, press [#] key.
Note: The PGM2 as “clock timer” will activate only if the entered data was valid; the value for hour [hh] is between 0 and
23 and the value for minute [mm] is between 0 and 59.
SECTION [54] – DEACTIVATION MOMENT FOR PGM2 AS “CLOCK TIMER” (HOUR:MINUTE)
Enter 2 groups of 2 digits, the first 2 digits for the hour (00 to 23) and the second 2 digits for the
minute (00 to 59); in this way will be set the daily moment when the PGM2 defined as „clock
timer” type is deactivating automatically.
The following sequence will be introduced:
|__|__||__|__|
not programmed by default
The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after the first 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the second
one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter another section.
To exit the „main programming menu”, press [#] key.
Note: The PGM2 as “clock timer” will deactivate only if the entered data was valid; the value for hour [hh] is between 0
and 23 and the value for minute [mm] is between 0 and 59.
SECTION [55] – AUTO ARMING MOMENT FOR SYSTEM / PARTITION A (HOUR:MINUTE)
Enter 2 groups of 2 digits, the first 2 digits for the hour (00 to 23) and the second 2 digits for the
minute (00 to 59); in this way will be set the daily moment when the system / partition A is
arming automatically.
The following sequence will be introduced:
|__|__||__|__|
not programmed by default
The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after the first 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the second
one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter another section.
To exit the „main programming menu”, press [#] key.
Note: the system / partition A will auto arm only if the appropriate option was enabled by programming and if the entered
data was valid (the value for hour [hh] is between 0 and 23 and the value for minute [mm] is between 0 and 59).
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SECTION [56] – AUTO DISARMING MOMENT FOR SYSTEM / PARTITION A (HOUR:MINUTE)
Enter 2 groups of 2 digits, the first 2 digits for the hour (00 to 23) and the second 2 digits for the
minute (00 to 59); in this way will be set the daily moment when the system / partition A is
disarming automatically.
The following sequence will be introduced:
|__|__||__|__|
not programmed by default
The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after the first 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the second
one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter another section.
To exit the „main programming menu”, press [#] key.
Note: the system / partition A will auto disarm only if the appropriate option was enabled by programming and if the
entered data was valid (the value for hour [hh] is between 0 and 23 and the value for minute [mm] is between 0 and 59).
SECTION [57] – AUTO ARMING MOMENT FOR PARTITION B (HOUR:MINUTE)
Enter 2 groups of 2 digits, the first 2 digits for the hour (00 to 23) and the second 2 digits for the
minute (00 to 59); in this way will be set the daily moment when the partition B is arming
automatically.
The following sequence will be introduced:
|__|__||__|__|
not programmed by default
The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after the first 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the second
one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter another section.
To exit the „main programming menu”, press [#] key.
Note: the partition B will auto arm only if the appropriate option was enabled by programming and if the entered data was
valid (the value for hour [hh] is between 0 and 23 and the value for minute [mm] is between 0 and 59).
SECTION [58] – AUTO DISARMING MOMENT FOR PARTITION B (HOUR:MINUTE)
Enter 2 groups of 2 digits, the first 2 digits for the hour (00 to 23) and the second 2 digits for the
minute (00 to 59); in this way will be set the daily moment when the partition B is disarming
automatically.
The following sequence will be introduced:
|__|__||__|__|
not programmed by default
The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after the first 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the second
one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter another section.
To exit the „main programming menu”, press [#] key.
Note: The partitions B will auto disarm only if the appropriate option was enabled by programming and if the entered data
was valid (the value for hour [hh] is between 0 and 23 and the value for minute [mm] is between 0 and 59).
SECTION [59] - FIRST PANEL ACCOUNT FOR CS REPORTING
Enter 4 digits (HEX digits may be used), which will stand for the first panel account.
The following sequence will be introduced:
[x][x][x][x]
|F||F||F||F| by default
The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after any digit entering and 6 beeps after entering of the
last one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter another
section.
After any digit was pressed, programming of the first panel account may be canceled by pressing
the [#] key. After pressing the [#] key, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps, the
system will keep the old value for the first panel account and the control panel will go back within
„main programming menu”
Note: the control panel will use the first panel account in order to identify the system / partition A to CS.
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SECTION [60] - SECOND PANEL ACCOUNT FOR CS REPORTING
Enter 4 digits (HEX digits may be used), which will stand for the second panel account.
The following sequence will be introduced:
[x][x][x][x]
|F||F||F||F| by default
The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after any digit entering and 6 beeps after entering of the
last one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter another
section.
After any digit was pressed, programming of the second panel account may be canceled by
pressing the [#] key. After pressing the [#] key, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation
beeps, the system will keep the old value for the second panel account and the control panel will
go back within „main programming menu”
Note: the control panel will use the second panel account in order to identify the partition B to CS.
SECTION [61] - FIRST PHONE NUMBER FOR CS REPORTING
This is the phone number which panel will dial first to communicate the reporting events occurred
within system / partition A; if this phone number isn’t programmed or doesn’t answer the panel
will dial the 2-nd CS phone number (for events occurred within system / partition A the panel will
use the 2-nd CS phone number as a backup).
SECTION [62] - SECOND PHONE NUMBER FOR CS REPORTING
This is the phone number which panel will dial first to communicate the reporting events occurred
within partition B; if this phone number isn’t programmed or doesn’t answer the panel will dial
the 1-st CS phone number (for events occurred within partition B the panel will use the 1-st CS
phone number as a backup).
Notes:
1.
Phones numbers in sections [61] and [62] are not programmed by default.
2.
For control panel to initiate CS reporting, at least one CS phone number must be programmed in [61] or [62] sections.
3.
For events occurred within system / partition A, if 1-st CS phone number is programmed, the control panel will
first try to report any event to this phone number. After the control panel takes the phone line over for CS
transmitting, it will wait 25 seconds for handshake receiving from CS (1-st CS phone number dialing is included). In
case 1-st CS phone number doesn’t answer and, if the 2-nd CS phone number is programmed, the control panel will
then try to report the events to the 2-nd CS phone number. After the control panel takes again the phone line over, it
will wait for 25 seconds again to receive handshake from CS (2-nd CS phone number dialing is included). If neither the
2-nd CS phone number answer, the panel will make a pause of 32 seconds and then will repeat the procedure up to 8
phone calls. So, if no CS phone number answers, the calling sequence is the following:
[25 seconds: 1-st CS phone number dialing and waiting for handshake][25 seconds: 2-nd CS phone
number dialing and waiting for handshake][pause of 32 seconds][25 seconds: 1-st CS phone number
dialing and waiting for handshake][25 seconds: 2-nd CS phone number dialing and waiting for
handshake][pause of 32 seconds] and so on up to 8 phone calls.
If even after the 8 attempts no central station answers, then the control panel will record an “Unsuccessful CS1
Communication” event into the 425-event LOG. Upon a new reportable event occurring or upon phone line restore
, the control panel will try again to report to the CS the entire list from CS internal buffer, the old and new
reporting codes.
4.
For events occurred within partition B, if 2-nd CS phone number is programmed, the control panel will first try to
report any event to this phone number. After the control panel takes the phone line over for CS transmitting, it will
wait 25 seconds for handshake receiving from CS (2-nd CS phone number dialing is included). In case 2-nd CS phone
number doesn’t answer and, if the 1-st CS phone number is programmed, the control panel will then try to report the
events to the 1-st CS phone number. After the control panel takes again the phone line over, it will wait for 25 seconds
again to receive handshake from CS (1-st CS phone number dialing is included). If neither the 1-st CS phone number
answer, the panel will make a pause of 32 seconds and then will repeat the procedure up to 8 phone calls. So, if no CS
phone number answers, the calling sequence is the following:
[25 seconds: 2-nd CS phone number dialing and waiting for handshake][25 seconds: 1-st CS phone
number dialing and waiting for handshake][pause of 32 seconds][25 seconds: 2-nd CS phone number
dialing and waiting for handshake][25 seconds: 1-st CS phone number dialing and waiting for
handshake][pause of 32 seconds] and so on up to 8 phone calls.
If even after the 8 attempts no central station answers, then the control panel will record an “Unsuccessful CS2
Communication” event into the 425-event LOG. Upon a new reportable event occurring or upon phone line restore
, the control panel will try again to report to the CS the entire list from CS internal buffer, the old and new
reporting codes.
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While the panel is within the “main programming menu”, in order to program / erase any of
the CS phone numbers, select the corresponding submenu [61] or [62].
While the system is within programming session of the selected CS phone number, the keypad LEDs’ status
will be as follows:
Remarks:
ARMED A LED
ON
SYSTEM LED
Blinking
READY A LED
ON
Zone 1, 2 and 3 LEDs
Blinking
Means the selected CS phone number was programmed during a previous
programming session and the control panel is waiting for the first digit entering.
Only zone 1 LED
Blinking
Means the selected CS phone number isn’t programmed and the control panel
is waiting for the first digit entering.
Zone 1 and 2 LEDs
Blinking
Means the selected CS phone number is programming
1. Programming / Erasing of the selected CS phone number can be canceled by
pressing the [#] key. After [#] key pressing, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation
beeps and the control panel will go back within “main programming menu”.
2. In order to program the selected CS phone number, you should enter up to 15 digits
as you would on a key phone.
2.1 The zone 1 and 2 LEDs will blink after first digit entering of a new sequence for
selected CS phone number. Means the control panel is waiting for the other digits for the selected
CS phone number.
2.2 HEX digits can be added inside the phone number (enter HEX digits A…F by pressing
[*] and [0…5] keys).
HEX DIGITS THAT CAN BE USED INSIDE PHONE NUMBERS
KEY
PRESSED
HEX
DIGIT
DECIMAL
VALUE
[*] [0]
A
10
[ 0 ] DIGIT
[*] [1]
B
11
INSERT [ * ] INSIDE PHONE NUMBER (only DTMF dialing mode)
[*] [2]
C
12
INSERT [#] INSIDE PHONE NUMBER (only DTMF dialing mode)
[*] [3]
D
13
INSERT PAUSE of 2 SECONDS
[*] [4]
E
14
- unused, it will be ignored by control panel -
[*] [5]
F
15
END OF PHONE NUMBER
USED FOR:
3. After the last digit of the phone number press [#] key to confirm and then the control
panel will go back within “main programming menu”.
4. In order to erase the selected CS phone number press [*] key, while the panel is
waiting for the first digit. The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the control
panel will go back within “main programming menu”.
SECTION [63] - PANEL IDENTIFICATION CODE UPON UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD
Enter 4 digits to identify the panel to the PC during upload/download process.
|__|__|__|__|
|0|0|0|0| by default
After entering the 4 digits, 6 beeps will sound and the keypad will exit the section waiting for a
new command.
SECTION [64] - PC IDENTIFICATION CODE UPON UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD
Enter 4 digits:
|__|__|__|__|
|0|0|0|0| by default.
This code is to identify the PC to the panel during upload/download process.
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After the 4 digits, 6 beeps will sound and the keypad will exit the section waiting for a new
command.
SECTION [65] - ONLINE DOWNLOAD (PC PROGRAMMING ACCEPTANCE)
This command allows the installer to manually start the upload/download process.
Just entering section [65] will manually activate the communication between PC and the panel.
While the PC modem is already being on the phone line (PC is already calling the control panel)
the installer should just enter section [65] and the communication between PC and panel is
manually activated (the control panel will take over the phone line and will try to communicate to
the PC, which should already be on the phone line and calling the control panel).
Notes:
1.
This function is identical to the [*][8][Master Code][65][#] command, which is reserved for the master user.
2.
This command is useful when the „Answering to PC calls” option is not enabled by programming but panel
programming by PC is still required.
3.
This command is also useful in a local connection between PC modem and the panel (connection without a phone
line). In this case, use the connection below:
+
CERBER C52 Control Panel
1.6A
1.6A
F1
F2
LINE
PHONE
JP1
+
100Ω
Note: To avoid damaging the modem, connect a 100 ohms resistor between AUX+ and TIP terminal as shown above
SECTION [66] - CANCELLATION OF PHONE COMMUNICATION
[*][8][Installer Code][66] Command allows the installer to cut-off any phone communication
when carrying out a test.
[*][8][Master Code][66] Command allows the „master user” only to stop sound communication
and upload/download process, without stopping the communication to the “central station”.
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WARNING LIMITATIONS OF ALARM SYSTEMS
Although of an advanced design, this security system does not offer 100% guarantee of warning or assured protection against burglary, fire or other
emergency. Any alarm system, whether commercial or residential, is subject to compromise or failure to warn for a variety of reasons. For example:
•
Intruders may gain access through unprotected openings or have the technical sophistication to bypass an alarm sensor or disconnect an
alarm-warning device.
•
Intrusion detectors (for example: passive infrared detectors), smoke detectors and any other sensing devices will not operate without
power. Battery-operated devices will not work without batteries, with dead batteries or if the batteries are not properly put in. Devices powered solely by
AC will not work if their AC power supply is cut-off for any reason, even for a short time period.
•
A user may not be able to reach a panic or emergency button quickly enough.
•
Smoke detectors may not activate or provide early warning for a variety of reasons. Some of the reasons why 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 chimneys, in walls, or roofs, or on the other side of closed doors. Smoke detectors
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.
Moreover, 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 the location of the smoke
detectors, the detector, even if operating 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 designated ranges as diagrammed in their installation manual. Passive
Infrared Detectors do not provide volumetric area protection. They do not create multiple beams of protection, and intrusion can only be detected in
unobstructed areas covered by the beams. They cannot detect a motion or intrusion taking place behind walls, ceiling, 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 ability to detect movements.
•
Alarm warning devices such as sirens, bells or horns may not alert people or wake up sleepers who are located on the other side of closed
doors. If the warning devices sound on a level of the residence different from that of the bedrooms, then they are less likely to waken or alert people
inside these 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 appliances, or by passing traffic. Finally, alarm warning devices, however loud, may not warn hearing-impaired people or waken deep sleepers.
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Telephone lines needed to transmit alarm signals from 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.
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Even if the system responds to an emergency as intended, occupants may however have insufficient time to protect themselves from the
emergency situation. In the case of a monitored alarm system, authorities may not respond appropriately and timely enough..
It should be noted that the most frequent cause of an alarm system not functioning when an intrusion or fire occurs is inadequate maintenance. This
alarm system should be tested weekly to make sure that all sensors work properly.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Number of zones
5 zones
Zone type
programmable
EOL Resistor
2.2 k ohm
Programmable outputs: PGM 1 and PGM 2
2
Load for PGM1 and PGM2 outputs
up to 50mA
Main board typical consumption
50mA
LED keypad typical consumption
12mA
Power current for battery charging
up to 100mA
Board operation rated voltage
14.2 Vdc +/- 0.2 Vdc
+AUX fuse
1.25A
+BELL fuse
1.25A
Note: use the indicated rate fuses, or the control panel’s board may be damaged by short-circuits
on +AUX and/or +BELL outputs.
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APPENDIX A: C52 CONTROL PANEL RESPONSE ACCORDING TO THE ZONE WIRING TYPES
A.1. SINGLE ZONE INPUT TERMINAL CONNECTIONS
The system hardware recognizes the following single zone input terminal connections. For more information on
programming the options mentioned in the following sections refer to the zone definitions within 01 to 10
programming sections.
A.1.1. SINGLE ZONE with N.C. & N.O. CONTACTS, with EOL RESISTOR, without TAMPER RECOGNITION
If your security installation does not require tamper or wire fault recognition, but for some zones it
requires to use a mixture of detection devices with normally open and normally closed contacts,
connect the detection devices with a 3K3 end of line (EOL) resistor, as shown in the next figure and
ensure the zone wiring attributes are programmed as shown in the next table. This setup will
communicate the violated zone to the control panel which will display it on the keypads.
ATTRIBUTES2 set:
Tamper
ATZ
recognition
OFF
Zone terminal status
System Response
short circuit
3K3 ±35%
open circuit
Zone violated
Zone secured
Zone violated
OFF
A.1.2. SINGLE ZONE with N.C. CONTACTS, with EOL RESISTOR and TAMPER RECOGNITION
If your security installation requires tamper (open circuit) and wire fault (short circuit) recognition,
connect the detection devices with a 1K end of line (EOL) resistor, as shown in the next figure and
ensure the zone wiring attributes are programmed as shown in the next table. This setup will
communicate the violated zone to the control panel which will display it on the keypads. The control
panel will also communicate any open loops (tamper trouble) and/or short circuits (wire fault
trouble) as per Tamper / Wire Fault Recognition Options. Do not use devices with N.O. contacts in this
zone setup, as this will cause the zone to remain in alarm.
ATZ
OFF
ATTRIBUTES2 set:
Tamper recognition
ON
Zone terminal status
short circuit
1KΩ ±35%
3K2 ±35%
open circuit
System Response
Wire fault trouble
Zone Secured
Zone Violated
Tamper Trouble
A.2. ZONE DOUBLING or ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY ZONE (ATZ) CONNECTIONS
Advanced Technology Zoning (ATZ) feature allows you to install two detection devices per input terminal,
therefore, doubling zone capacity of the control panel. Advanced technology zoning is a software-oriented
feature, there is no need for extra modules, simply install the devices as shown in the next sections. The extra
zones function exactly like any other zone displaying zone status on the keypads and sending separate alarm codes
for each zone. Please note that zone doubling (ATZ) feature is applying individually for any 1 to 5 zone
terminals and the control panel will recognize the installed devices as shown in next figure. For more information
on programming the options mentioned in the following sections refer to the zone definitions within 01 to 10
programming sections.
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A.2.1. ZONE DOUBLING with N.C. CONTACTS, with EOL RESISTOR, without TAMPER & WIRE FAULT
RECONGNITION
If your security installation does not require tamper or wire fault recognition, connect the detection devices as
shown in the next figure and ensure the zone wiring attributes are programmed as shown in the next table. This
setup will communicate the violated zones to the control panel which will display them on the keypads. Do not use
devices with N.O. contacts in this zone setup, as this will cause the zones to remain in alarm.
ATZ
ATTRIBUTES2 set:
Tamper recognition
Zone terminal status
short circuit
1KΩ ±35%
2KΩ ±35%
OFF
ON
3K2 ±35%
4k2 ±35%
open circuit
System Response
A&B Zones Violated
A&B Zones Secured
Zone A Secured &
Zone B Violated
Zone A Violated &
Zone B Secured
A&B Zones Violated
A.2.2. ZONE DOUBLING with N.C. CONTACTS, with EOL RESISTOR, with TAMPER & WIRE FAULT
RECONGNITION
If your security installation requires tamper (open circuit) and wire fault (short circuit) recognition, connect the
detection devices with a 1K end of line (EOL) resistor, as shown in the next figure and ensure the zone wiring
attributes are programmed as shown in the next table. This setup will communicate the violated zones to the
control panel which will display them on the keypads. The control panel will also communicate any open loops
(tamper trouble) and/or short circuits (wire fault trouble) as per Tamper / Wire Fault Recognition Options. Do not
use devices with N.O. contacts in this zone setup, as this will cause the zones to remain in alarm
ATTRIBUTES2 set:
ATZ
Tamper recognition
Zone terminal status
short circuit
1KΩ ±35%
2KΩ ±35%
ON
ON
3K2 ±35%
4k2 ±35%
open circuit
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System Response
Wire fault trouble A&B
A&B Zones Secured
Zone A Secured &
Zone B Violated
Zone A Violated &
Zone B Secured
A&B Zones Violated
Tamper trouble A&B