Master User Guide - Alarm Supplies Scotland

Master User Guide
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Contents
1. Overview .................................................................................................... 3
Zones ............................................................................................................................3
Omitting Zones..............................................................................................................3
Part Set Suites 1 - 4.......................................................................................................3
If Your System is Due for Maintenance .........................................................................3
To Activate Keypad Personal Attack .............................................................................3
2. Using the Alarm System ........................................................................... 4
Introduction ...................................................................................................................4
Zone Faults During Setting ...........................................................................................4
3. Operating the Alarm System.................................................................... 5
To FULL Set the Alarm ..................................................................................................5
To PART Set the Alarm..................................................................................................5
To UNSET the Alarm .....................................................................................................6
To OMIT Zones When Setting .......................................................................................6
To CANCEL an Alarm....................................................................................................7
To RESET After an Alarm ..............................................................................................7
To RESET After an Alarm Using the Anti-Code .............................................................8
The CHIME Facility........................................................................................................9
4. Programming the Alarm System ........................................................... 10
Introduction .................................................................................................................10
To Test the Sounders and Strobe ...............................................................................11
To Walk Test the System.............................................................................................12
Programming the Date................................................................................................13
Programming the Time ...............................................................................................13
To View the 7-Event Alarm Log ...................................................................................14
To Change Your 4-digit Access Code.........................................................................14
Programming Access Codes ......................................................................................15
Assigning New Access Codes ....................................................................................18
Changing Access Levels .............................................................................................19
5. Options that Require an LCD Keypad ................................................... 20
Viewing the Extended Event Log ................................................................................20
Event Log Codes.........................................................................................................21
Programming User Name Text....................................................................................22
6. Installation Details .................................................................................. 23
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Overview
1. Overview
Zones
A ‘zone’ is part of the premises and may consist of one or more detection devices
protecting rooms and access points (e.g. front door, kitchen, downstairs windows,
upstairs bedrooms, etc.). When the alarm system is ‘full set’, all of the zones on the
system are monitored.
Your Installer may have programmed up to 10 characters of descriptive text for each
zone i.e. Front Door, Hall, Bedroom 1, etc.
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To display the descriptive text associated with a particular zone number, press
and hold the corresponding key i.e. !, the display should look something
like this:
!"#$%&'
()*+,$#
!"
Text can only be viewed when using an LCD keypad.
Omitting Zones
In certain situations (because of an open window or a pet) the need to set the system
with a particular zone excluded (omitted) may arise. Zones can be omitted individually
when setting the system (see page 6 for details).
Part Set Suites 1 - 4
The alarm system also supports up to four Part Set Suites (programmed by the Installer).
The Part Set Suites can be used to automatically omit predefined groups of zones when
setting the system i.e. Part Set Suite 1 could be used to omit zones upstairs so that the
alarm can still be set downstairs at night (see page 5 for details).
If Your System is Due for Maintenance
The system has a service timer, which can be programmed by the Installer to give a
reminder when maintenance is due. The reminder can be either turning Chime on or
preventing the system from being set.
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If the service timer turns Chime on, it can be turned off again manually (see page 9
for details). In either case contact your alarm company.
To Activate Keypad Personal Attack
The system has the ability to activate a Personal Attack Alarm from the keypad. This is
done by pressing ! and " together. To cancel the alarm, simply enter your 4digit Access code.
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2. Using the Alarm System
Introduction
The display will normally show the date & time (LCD keypad) or the Unset light:
%-$.)*/0%%12+$3
45%6/.%%78944:47
!"
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
The top line of the LCD keypad display can be programmed by your Installer.
When a valid 4-digit Access code is entered
like this:
;"<$%=++$>*$<
1#*$.%;"??/#<
####, the display will look
1 2
3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
!"
If no keys are pressed, the display will revert back to normal after 16 seconds.
Zone Faults During Setting
If an attempt is made to set the system with any zones ‘open’ (e.g. door ajar, open
window, etc.) the display will show the numbers of the open zones. The control panel will
also sound a repeating series of bleeps corresponding to the open zone number (i.e.
Zone 1 bleeps once, Zone 2 bleeps twice, etc.).
If more than one zone is open, the bleeps will correspond to the highest zone number
(i.e. if Zone 2 and 5 are open, the control panel will bleep 5 times). The display will look
something like this:
@A33%B$*%BA)*$
!"#$0%:8::C:::::
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7 8
Unset
Tamper
!"
To display the descriptive text associated with a particular zone number, press
and hold the corresponding key #.
While one or more zones are open, the exit timer is suspended. Open zones that will be
closed during exit (e.g. entry zones, like the front door) may be ignored, other open
zones should be closed. The exit tone and timer will resume when all zones are closed. If
it is necessary to leave a zone open then it must be omitted (see page 6 for details).
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If an open zone cannot be closed then it may be ‘in fault’, if the fault cannot be
corrected contact your alarm company.
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3. Operating the Alarm System
To FULL Set the Alarm
Ensure that the premises are secure (all doors and windows closed etc).
Enter your 4-digit Access code #### and press
will sound and the display will look something like this:
@A33%B$*%BA)*$
!"#$0%::::::::::
1 2
3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
$, the exit tone
Unset
Tamper
Leave the premises, when the system has set the exit tone will stop.
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Your Installer may have programmed the system so that it can be set by just
, if this is the case then there is no need to enter the
pressing
4-digit Access code above.
$
To PART Set the Alarm
Ensure that the premises are secure (all doors and windows closed etc).
Enter your 4-digit Access code ####.
Press %&! or ' to select the required Part Set Suite followed by
i.e. &( = Part Set Suite 2 selected, the exit tone will sound quietly and the
display will look something like this:
(
D/.*%B$*%BA)*$%8
!"#$0%::::C5E:::
D/.*%B$*%BA)*$%8
!"#$0%::::FFF:::
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7 8
Unset
Tamper
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7 8
Unset
Tamper
!"
Zones being omitted by the Part Set Suite will alternate between the zone number
and a ‘F’ (in this case Zones 5, 6 & 7 are the omitted zones).
Zones NOT being omitted by the Part Set Suite are displayed as ‘:’
Leave the protected area. When the system has set, the exit tone will stop and the
display will look something like this for 5 seconds before returning to normal:
D/.*%B$*%8
45%6/.%%78944:&4
!"
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
Your Installer may have programmed the system so that it can be set by just
, if this is the case then there is no need to enter the
pressing
4-digit Access code above.
(
If Part Set Suite 1 is required, it is NOT necessary to press
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To UNSET the Alarm
Enter via a designated entry route, the slow entry tone will start and the display will
look like this:
D3$/0$%1#*$.
G"A.%D/00+"<$
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
Enter your 4-digit Access code ####, the entry tone will stop and the
display will look like this (after 5 seconds the display will revert to normal):
BH0*$?%I#0$*
45%6/.%%78947:44
1 2
3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
!"
During the last 10 seconds of the entry period the entry tone will change from slow
to fast.
To OMIT Zones When Setting
It is possible to exclude (omit) or include individual zones during setting.
Enter your 4-digit Access code ####. Press $ or enter Part Set
Suite number # and press (. Press ), the exit tone and exit timer will stop
and the display will look something like this:
@A33%B$*%J%=.?
!"#$0%78&KC5ELMD
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
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To display the descriptive text associated with a particular zone number, press
and hold the corresponding key # (LCD keypad only).
Press the number key(s) #… of the zone(s) to be omitted or included, the
display will look something like this:
@A33%B$*%J%=.?
!"#$0%78&KFFFLMD
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
Press
to complete the omitting procedure, the system will revert back to the exit
mode and the exit tone will restart.
*
!"
Only zones that have been programmed as omittable by the Installer can be
omitted.
The system will automatically return to exit mode 16 seconds after the last key is
pressed.
If the system has a power fault i.e. a mains failure, this will be indicated by a ‘P’ on
the display or the Unset light flashing.
The system can still be set, by omitting zone number
otherwise by your installer.
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+, unless programmed
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To CANCEL an Alarm
The display will look like this:
D3$/0$%1#*$.
G"A.%D/00+"<$
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
Enter your 4-digit Access code ####, the internal and external
sounders will stop but the external strobe will continue to flash.
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If you were not present when the alarm activated, the internal and external
sounders will have already stopped after a pre-programmed time. The system will
re-arm but the external strobe will continue to flash.
To RESET After an Alarm
The display will look something like this:
@A33%B$*
=3/.?0:::::5EL::
@A33%B$*
=3/.?0::::::EL::
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
!"
The number of the zone that caused the alarm will be flashing (in this case Zone 6)
and the numbers of all subsequent zones violated (if any) will be on (in this case
Zones 7 & 8).
It is advisable to make a note of the zone that caused the alarm as this information
may be required by your alarm company.
To display the descriptive text associated with a particular zone number, press
and hold the corresponding key # (LCD keypad only).
Press , to acknowledge the alarm, the external strobe will stop, the system will
chime and the display will return to normal.
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If the system has been programmed to be reset by an engineer, pressing ,
will not return the display to normal. If this is the case contact your alarm
company.
The system may have been programmed to be reset by Anti-Code, if this is the
case, see page 8 for details.
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To RESET After an Alarm Using the Anti-Code
If the system has been programmed to be reset using an Anti-Code after an alarm
activation, you will still be able to silence the alarm by entering your 4-digit Access code.
However, the display will then show a random 4-digit code and you will not be able to
reset the system without first obtaining the Anti-Code. The display will look something
like this:
;"<$%N%K8L7
1#*$.%=#*)J;"<$
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
!"
Where 4281 is the random code in this example.
Contact the phone number on the last page of the Control Panel User Guide with the
random code number, in order to obtain a 4-digit Anti-Code. After entering the Anti-Code
the system can be , as normal.
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To display the individual zone alarms, press
display press , again.
,.
To return to the Anti-Code
To display the descriptive text associated with a particular zone number, press
and hold the corresponding key # (LCD keypad only).
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The CHIME Facility
It is possible to set one or more zones to chime when the system is unset. When a zone
is enabled for Chime and Chime is turned on, the control panel will sound a tone
whenever the zone is opened.
To Program the Zones which CHIME
Enter your 4-digit Access code #### and press -, the display will
show the zones that are currently selected for Chime (in this example Zones 1 & 3 are
selected for Chime).
1#/O3$%;,)?$%@".
!"#$0%7:&:::::
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
!"
To display the descriptive text associated with a particular zone number, press
and hold the corresponding key # (LCD keypad only).
Press the number key(s) #… of the zone(s) to be selected or deselected. When
completed press * to turn Chime on (the control panel will sound the Chime tone) or
press , to turn Chime off (the control panel will sound the Error tone).
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Once zones have been programmed for Chime, the Chime feature can be turned
on or off by just pressing -.
To Turn CHIME On
Press -, the Chime tone will sound and the display will look something like this (after
5 seconds the display will revert to normal):
;,)?$%)0%PQ
!"#$0%7:&:::::
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
To Turn CHIME Off
Press -, the Error tone will sound and the display will look something like this (after
5 seconds the display will revert to normal):
;,)?$%)0%P@@
!"#$0%7:&:::::
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
!"
If no zones have been enabled for Chime, then turning Chime on and off will have
no effect.
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4. Programming the Alarm System
Introduction
The system has several facilities that are accessed via User Programming. User
Programming can only be accessed when the alarm is unset.
Enter your 4-digit Access code
look like this for 10 seconds:
#### and press *, the display will
R$/<)#S%T/*/
D3$/0$%U/)*:::
1 2
3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
1 2
3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
After 10 seconds the display will look like this:
D."S./?%6"<$%%%V
1#*$.%P>*)"#
To quit User Programming press , and the system will return to unset.
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If you encounter problems, press , to return the system to unset.
There are two ways to select options whilst in the User Programming mode:
1.
When using an LCD or LED keypad, select an option directly by entering a 2-digit
number (e.g. for changing your Access code, enter .+).
2.
When using an LCD keypad, use the / key to scroll up and down through the
menu options and then press 0 to access the menu option.
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/
When using an LCD keypad, wherever a / symbol appears on the display, the
key can be used to search through the various options. The 0 key can
then be used to select the displayed option (LCD keypad only).
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To Test the Sounders and Strobe
The control panel has a Sounder Test facility for checking the operation of the internal
and external sounders and strobe.
Enter your 4-digit Access code
display looks like this:
#### and press *. Wait until the
D."S./?%6"<$%%%V
1#*$.%P>*)"#
3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
1 2
Enter +1, the display will look like this:
M$0*%B"A#<$.0%%V
=+*)W/*$'%::::
Test the sounders by pressing the keys shown in the table below # (e.g.
and ' = Bells and Alarm tones), the display will look something like this:
M$0*%B"A#<$.0%%V
=+*)W/*$'%7::K
Key
'2
!2
&2
%2
+2
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
%
Unset
Tamper
Sounder Tests
Internal sounder at high level (alarm level)
Internal sounder at low level (entry/exit level)
Strobe
External sounder (bell)
Turns off all of the above
When completed press ,, the system will return to User Programming.
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Wherever a / symbol appears on the display, the / key can be used to
search through the various options. The 0 key can then be used to select the
displayed option.
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To Walk Test the System
The control panel has a Walk Test facility for checking the operation of detection
devices.
Enter your 4-digit Access code
display looks like this:
#### and press *. Wait until the
D."S./?%6"<$%%%V
1#*$.%P>*)"#
1 2
3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
7
8
Unset
Tamper
Enter +., the display will look something like this:
U/3X%M$0*%%%%%%V
YDRPZ[%*"%0*/.*
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
Press *, the control panel will sound the quiet exit tone and the display should look
something like this:
U/3X%M$0*%%%%%%V
!"#$%'%:::::::::
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
Conduct a walk test by triggering each of the system’s detection devices in turn and
check that the control panel registers the corresponding zone as open, the display
should look something like this:
U/3X%M$0*%%%%%%V
!"#$%'%:8:::5:::
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
!"
When any zone is opened the display will show the corresponding zone number.
The control panel will also sound a repeating series of bleeps corresponding to
the open zone number (i.e. Zone 1 bleeps once, Zone 2 bleeps twice, etc.). If
more than one zone is open the bleeps will correspond to the highest zone
number (e.g. if Zone 2 and Zone 6 are open the control panel will bleep 6 times).
When completed press ,, the system will return to User Programming.
!"
To display the descriptive text associated with a particular zone number, press
and hold the corresponding key # (LCD keypad only).
Wherever a / symbol appears on the display, the / key can be used to
search through the various options. The 0 key can then be used to select the
displayed option.
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Programming the Date
Enter the Master Access code
display looks like this:
#### and press *. Wait until the
D."S./?%6"<$%%%V
1#*$.%P>*)"#
1 2
3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
7
8
Unset
Tamper
Enter &1, the display will look something like this:
;A..$#*%T/*$%%%V
'47\47\]4
Enter the new date
this:
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
334455, the display will look something like
;A..$#*%T/*$%%%V
'75\74\47
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
Confirm the new date by pressing *, the system will return to User Programming.
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Wherever a / symbol appears on the display, the / key can be used to
search through the various options. The 0 key can then be used to select the
displayed option.
Programming the Time
Enter the Master Access code
display looks like this:
#### and press *. Wait until the
D."S./?%6"<$%%%V
1#*$.%P>*)"#
1 2
3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
7
8
Unset
Tamper
Enter &., the display will look something like this:
;A..$#*%M)?$%%%V
'78944:44
Enter the new time (24hr format)
something like this:
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
664477, the display will look
;A..$#*%M)?$%%%V
'7C9&4:44
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
Confirm the new time by pressing *, the system will return to User Programming.
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Wherever a / symbol appears on the display, the / key can be used to
search through the various options. The 0 key can then be used to select the
displayed option.
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To View the 7-Event Alarm Log
The control panel has a 7-Event Alarm Log, to view this log:
Enter your 4-digit Access code
display looks like this:
#### and press *. Wait until the
D."S./?%6"<$%%%V
1#*$.%P>*)"#
1 2
3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
Press ' followed by the number corresponding to the desired event, % being
most recent, 8 being least recent (e.g. to recall the second most recent event press
'&), the display will look something like this:
^/0)+%_"S%1W*%8V
=3/.?0%::::5EL:
^/0)+%_"S%1W*%8V
=3/.?0%:::::EL:
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
!"
The number of the zone that caused the alarm will flash and the numbers of all
subsequent zones violated (if any) will be displayed.
The / key can be used to scroll up and down through the events.
To display the descriptive text associated with a particular zone number, press
and hold the corresponding key # (LCD keypad only).
To Change Your 4-digit Access Code
All users have the ability to change their own 4-digit Access code.
Before changing your code, it is vital that you memorise or write down the new code
you are about to program. Failure to remember your code will require an engineer
visit to re-program a new code for you. This may incur a call-out charge.
Enter your 4-digit Access code
display looks like this:
#### and press *. Wait until the
D."S./?%6"<$%%%V
1#*$.%P>*)"#
1 2
3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
7
8
Unset
Tamper
Enter .+ the display will look something like this:
1#*$.%Q$`%;"<$%V
I0$.%'%aaaa
Enter your new 4-digit Access code
something like this:
1#*$.%Q$`%;"<$%V
I0$.%'%C5EL
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
####,
1 2
3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
the display will look
Unset
Tamper
Confirm your new code by pressing *, the system will return to User programming.
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Programming Access Codes
The control panel allows up to eight Users to operate the alarm system, each user is
assigned an ‘Access code’, ‘Access Level’ and ‘User Number’.
The figure below shows an example of Users assigned to a typical alarm system:
1
User No: 1
Access code: 4321
Access Level: Master User
Access Type: Customer
2
User No: 2
Access code: 1234
Access Level: Boss Engineer
Access Type: Installer
3
4...7
User No: 3
Access Code: 5678
Access Level: User
Access Type: Customer
8
User No: 8
Access Code: 2580
Access Level: Cleaner
Access Type: Customer
User Number
Each User is identified by the alarm system as User 1 through to User 8.
Access code
Each User has a programmable 4-digit Personal Access code which the User enters in
order to operate the alarm system (see page 18 for details).
Access Level
Each User has a programmable Access Level that determines how the alarm system
responds and which of the system facilities the User can access.
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Each Access Level has an associated number (1 – 8) which is used when
programming the Access Level of a User (see page 19 for details).
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There are eight possible User Access Levels:
User %
A User may set, unset, silence an alarm and reset the system. In addition a User can test
the system outputs, perform a walk test and view the Event Log. A User cannot change
Access codes (other than their own) or Access Levels.
Engineer
&
Engineers cannot change Access Levels or Access codes (other than their own).
However they can access all system programming options.
Personal Attack !
Entering a PA code will cause an immediate alarm, sounding both the internal and
external sounders.
Duress '
A Duress code behaves exactly as a User code (Level 1) but will in addition activate the
Duress channel on the communicator interface to secretly summon assistance.
Master User 1
A Master User may set, unset, silence an alarm and reset the system. In addition a
Master can test the system outputs, perform a walk test and view the Event Log. A
Master User can also assign new user Access code and Access Levels.
Cleaner
.
If the system is full set or part set then a Cleaner code will automatically omit the Cleaner
Suite zones without affecting the other zones. In addition pressing a key will NOT cause
the system to start entry mode. On leaving, the cleaner should enter their Access code
#### and press either $ or (. The ) key is disabled and the
previous set will be restored irrespective of which key was pressed. A cleaner cannot
access Chime. Nor can they cancel an alarm or reset the system.
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When a cleaner is Setting the system the Cleaner Suite zones will flash indicating that
they are currently omitted but are about to be re-included. Any other omitted zones
(e.g. if the system was previously part set rather than full set) will also flash but will NOT
be included. If the system is unset then a cleaner can full set, part set and omit zones.
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Null 8
The Null level is the only level which can be changed both by a Master User and by a
Boss Engineer. The Null level has two functions:
1.
If a User is no longer required, its Access Level should be changed to Null. This will
erase the associated Access code.
2.
To change a Customer Access Type to an Installer Access Type, or vice versa, it
must first be changed to the Null level.
Boss Engineer 9
Boss Engineers cannot change Customer Access Levels or Customer Access codes.
They can only change Installer Access Levels and Installer Access codes. Boss
Engineers can also access all system programming options.
Access Types
There are two Access Types, Customer and Installer. The Boss Engineer level can only
program the Installer Types. The Master User Level can only program the Customer Types.
The table below shows a summary of each Access Level and who is responsible for
assigning the level:
Access Level
User
Engineer
PA (Panic)
Duress
Master User
Cleaner
Access Level
Number
%2
&2
!2
'2
12
.2
Access Type
Customer
Installer
Master
Boss
Customer
Master
Customer
Master
Customer
Master
Customer
Master
Master
Boss
Null
82
Customer
Installer
Boss Engineer
92
Installer
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Boss
'!&%
####
'!&%
'!&%
'!&%
'!&%
'!&%
####
####
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Programming the Alarm System
Assigning New Access Codes
Each User can be assigned a different 4-digit Access code.
Enter the Master Access code
display looks like this:
#### and press *. Wait until the
D."S./?%6"<$%%%V
1#*$.%P>*)"#
1 2
3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
Press . followed by the number corresponding to the desired Access code
% to 9 (e.g. to program the third Access code, press .!), the display will
look something like this:
DbQ%&9%I0$.%&%%V
I0$.%'%aaaa
Enter the new 4-digit Access code
something like this:
DbQ%&9%I0$.%&%%V
I0$.%'%C5EL
1 2
3
Zones
4 5 6
7
8
Unset
Tamper
####,
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
7 8
the display will look
Unset
Tamper
Confirm the new code by pressing *, the system will return to User Programming.
!"
Wherever a / symbol appears on the display, the / key can be used to
search through the various options. The 0 key can then be used to select the
displayed option.
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Programming the Alarm System
Changing Access Levels
Each Access code can be programmed for different Access levels (1 – 8)
Enter the Master Access code
display looks like this:
#### and press *. Wait until the
D."S./?%6"<$%%%V
1#*$.%P>*)"#
1 2
3
Zones
4 5 6
7
Unset
Tamper
8
Press 8 followed by the number corresponding to the desired Access code
% to 9 (e.g. to program the third Access level, press 8!), the display will
look something like this:
I&9%I0$.%&%%%%%V
MH>$%'I0$.
1 2 3
Zones
4 5 6
Enter the new Access code level from the table below
the display will look something like this:
I&9%I0$.%&%%%%%V
MH>$%';3$/#$.
Access Level
User
Engineer
PA (Panic)
Duress
Master User
Cleaner
Null
Boss Engineer
Access Level
Number
%2
&2
!2
'2
12
.2
82
92
1 2 3
Access Type
Customer
Installer
Zones
4 5 6
Unset
Tamper
7 8
7
# (e.g. . = Cleaner),
Unset
Tamper
8
Can be Programmed by
Master
Boss
Customer
Master
Customer
Master
Customer
Master
Customer
Master
Customer
Master
Installer
Boss
Installer
Boss
'!&%
####
'!&%
'!&%
'!&%
'!&%
'!&%
####
####
!"
The Master User can only assign Customer Access Types and the Boss Engineer
can only assign Installer Access Type.
Confirm the new code by pressing *, the system will return to User Programming.
!"
Wherever a / symbol appears on the display, the / key can be used to
search through the various options. The 0 key can then be used to select the
displayed option.
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Options that require an LCD Keypad
5. Options that Require an LCD Keypad
Viewing the Extended Event Log
The control panel also has a 250-Event Extended Log that records times and dates.
Enter the Master Access code
display looks like this:
#### and press *. Wait until the
D."S./?%6"<$%%%V
1#*$.%P>*)"#
Enter "' followed by *, the display will look something like this:
1W$#*%c447
I0$.%;"<$%7%%%%V
77%=>.%%78944:44
!"
Once an event has been selected, the
down through the other events.
/ key can be used to scroll up and
Wherever a ' symbol appears on the display, press
information i.e. zone types etc.
)
to display more
When completed, press ,, the system will return to User Programming.
!"
Wherever a / symbol appears on the display, the / key can be used to
search through the various options. The 0 key can then be used to select the
displayed option.
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Options that require an LCD Keypad
Event Log Codes
Event
Code: ????????
Full Set
Part Set #?
System Unset
Zones Omitted
System Reset
Code: Anti-Code
Keypad Entry
Zone ? Open
Zone ? Shut
EOL Tamper
EOL Restore
Alarm
Keypad PA
RKP PA Restore
Lid Tamper
Lid Restore
Bell/Gbl Tamper
Bell/Gbl Restore
Code PIN Tamper
Code PIN Restore
RKP Online
RKP Offline
Mains LO
Mains OK
Volts LO
Volts OK
Line Cut
Line Restore
User Programming
Eng. Programming
Date Changed
Time Changed
SSD Change
Non-SSD Change
Defaults Loaded
Sys Check = 5
Unknown
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Meaning
4-digit Access code entered for user ????????
The alarm system has been full set
The alarm system has been part set using suite #?
The alarm system has been unset
Zones have been manually omitted
The alarm system has been reset following an alarm
The alarm system has been reset using the anti-code
Entry mode started using the keypad
Zone ? has been activated
Zone ? has been restored
There has been a zone tamper
The zone tamper has been cleared
There has been an alarm activation
A keypad PA alarm has been activated
The keypad PA alarm has been restored
The panel lid has been removed
The panel lid tamper alarm has been restored
The bell/global tamper has been activated
The bell/global tamper has been restored
Too many invalid key presses has caused a tamper alarm
The code tamper alarm has been restored
A keypad has been recognised by the control panel
A keypad has stopped communicating with the control panel
The AC mains has failed
The AC mains has been restored
The battery voltage is low
The battery voltage is ok
The phone line has been removed from the communicator
The phone line has been restored
The User Programming mode has been selected
The Installer Programming mode has been selected
The control panel date has been changed
The control panel time has been changed
Site specific data has been changed
Non site specific data has been changed
The factory default values have been loaded
Factory set parameters
No event
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Options that require an LCD Keypad
Programming User Name Text
Each User can be assigned up to eight characters of Name Text.
Enter the Master Access code #### and press
display shows ‘D."S./?%6"<$d%1#*$.%P>*)"#’.
*. Wait until the
Enter "., the display will look something like this:
I0$.%M$2*%%%%%%V
YDRPZ[%*"%1<)*
Press * and use the / key to select a User.
Text is programmed in a similar way to mobile phones. Select characters by pressing
the corresponding key the appropriate number of times (to select a character on the
same key, either wait 2 seconds or press the $ key).
IB1R%7%M1eM%%%%V
'
IB1R%7%M1eM%%%%V
^"O
Key
%2
&2
!2
'2
12
.2
82
92
"2
+2
$2
-2
)2
*2
Text
.
,
1
’
A
B
C
2
D
E
F
3
G
H
I
4
J
K
L
5
M
N
O
6
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
8
W
X
Y
Z
#
&
+
-
/
:
7
9
0
Advance Cursor
Backspace
Upper/Lower Case & Numerical
Accept New Text
Confirm the text by pressing *, the system will return to User Programming.
!"
Whenever text is programmed, the ‘^."/<+/0*%M$2*’ option must be used to
send the new text, to all keypads connected to the system.
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Installation Details
6. Installation Details
User
No.
User
Name
1
!
Engineer!
2
Default
Access
Code
4 3 2 1!
? ? ? ?!
3
N/A
4
N/A
5
N/A
6
N/A
7
N/A
8
N/A
Option to
Change
Access
Code
New
Access
Code
.%!
.&!
.!!
.'!
.1!
..!
.8!
.9!
Default
Access
Level
1 Master
9 Boss
8 Null
8 Null
8 Null
8 Null
8 Null
8 Null
2
N/A
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Option to
Change
Access
Level
New
Access
Level
8%!
8&!
8!!
8'!
81!
8.!
88!
89!
N/A
!"
Customer codes can only be programmed when the Programming Menu is
accessed using a Master User code.
Installer codes can only be programmed when the Programming Menu is
accessed using a Boss Engineer code.
Access Level
User
Access Level
Number
Cleaner
%2
&2
!2
'2
12
.2
Null
82
Boss Engineer
92
Engineer
PA (Panic)
Duress
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Master
Boss
Customer
Master
Customer
Master
Customer
Master
Customer
Master
Customer
Master
Installer
Boss
Installer
Boss
'!&%
####
'!&%
'!&%
'!&%
'!&%
'!&%
####
####
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Installation Details
Installation Engineer:
Installation Company:
Address:
Telephone:
Installation Date:
Zone Allocation
Zone
Area Protected
Omit
Setting Modes
Full
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Tick Zones Included in Full & Part Sets
Service Record
Date Serviced
Comments
Engineer
Emergency Call out Phone Number
Anti-Code Phone Number
If Required
If Required
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