PowerWave 8 Installer Manual V8.64 - 2000 Format

Power Wave - 8
8 Zone Alarm Panel
V8.64
Installation Manual
1 October 2002
Crow (Aust) Electronic
Engineering Pty Ltd
Corporate Head Office:
429 Nepean Hwy,
Brighton East,
Vic., 3187
Australia
Please contact us by Mail, Fax or e-mail.
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
+61-(0)3-9596-0888
crow@crowaust.com.au
www.crowaust.com.au
This Crow Power Wave-8 (PW-8) alarm control panel has been designed to provide the most requested
features for both the installer & the end-user. These features include ease of installation, ease of
programming and user friendly operation all in a package which is reliable, functional and attractive.
Utilising many years of experience in the security industry and implementing valuable feedback, we are
proud to provide you with a new generation of alarm controller. The Crow PW-8 is a product which brings
you the quality and features which you deserve at an affordable price. In addition to the the advanced
design, only the highest quality components have been used in the production of this Power Wave-8 panel
to ensure the highest degree of reliability.
This manual will guide you through the installation and programming of your PW-8 alarm panel. For
additional information regarding the operating instructions and options, please refer to the enclosed “Power
Wave-8 User’s Guide”.
Copyright by Crow Electronic Engineering Pty Ltd October 2000 PW-8 V8.54 and above.
To the best of our knowledge the information contained in this manual is correct at the time of printing.
Crow Electronic Engineering Pty Ltd reserve the right to make changes to the features and specifications at
any time without notice in the course of product development.
Designed & Manufactured to Meet AS/NZS:4301/93 + AS:4268.2
N345 - Product # CRPW8
CONTENTS
ACCESSING & EXITING PROGRAM MODES ...................................12
AREA “A” CHIRPS & FLASHES .........................................................22
AREA “A” KEYPAD/KEYSWITCH OPTIONS .....................................20
AREA “B” CHIRPS & FLASHES .........................................................23
AREA “B” KEYPAD/KEYSWITCH OPTIONS .....................................21
CHIME MODE TIMER TO KEYPAD BUZZER ....................................23
CONNECTION DIAGRAM ....................................................................4
DIALLER PROGRAQMMING ..............................................................33-39
INPUTS .................................................................................................5
INSTALLING RX-40 WIRELESS RECEIVER......................................11
KEYPAD ADDRESS ASSIGNMENT ...................................................10
KEYPAD FUNCTIONS ........................................................................11
KEYPAD INSTALLATION ...................................................................10
KEYPAD PROGRAMMING .................................................................27-28
KEYPADS .............................................................................................8
MEMORY VIEWING MODE ..................................................................9
MISCELLANEOUS ..............................................................................40-41
OUTPUT OPTION PROGRAMMING ..................................................15-19
OUTPUTS .............................................................................................6
PROGRAM SUMMARY ......................................................................42-51
REMOTE CONTROL PROGRAMMING ..............................................31-32
TELEPHONE CONNECTION ...............................................................7
TEMPORARY OUTPUT DISABLE ......................................................18
USER CODE OPTIONS.................................................................. ....14
USER CODE PROGRAMMING...........................................................13
WARRANTY ……………………………………………………………… 53
WIRELESS DETECTOR PROGRAMMING ........................................29-30
ZONE PROGRAMMING OPTIONS ....................................................24-26
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CONNECTION DIAGRAM
Mains Earth
From Power
Pack
16VAC
1.5Amp
Heatsink
From
Street
Tip-In
In
Ring-In
Line
To
Phone
AC
17V
Ring-Out
Out
AC
Phone
Socket
Powe
Wave-8
V8.64
Line Out (“ - ”)
To Phones
( Ring-Out )
RED
F1 = 1.6Amp
+
_
Line In Tip-In
From
Street Ring-In
F3 = 3Amp
Line Out (“+”)
To Phones
( Tip-Out )
F2 = 1.6Amp
EXPANSION
Tip-Out
BLK
Optional Listen-in Keypad Connection
12V
0V
Tmp
0V
4&8
0V
2k2
3&7
2&6
0V
1&5
12V
0V
Pos
Neg
Clk
Dat
Lin
2k2
Battery
1
2
3
4
0v
12v
2k2
2k2
Mode 3 (Type 600) Plug And Wall Socket Wiring;
Latching Smoke Detector with
Normally Open Contacts
Before calling Crow tech. Support or your supplier Re:Phone
Line or Dialler reported issues, please ensure that the Mode3 socket on the wall is wired as per below.
********** Observe Line In / Out Polarities **********
Terminal 6 = Tip-In = “ + ” side of Line-In from Street
Terminal 2 = Ring-In = “ - ” side of Line-In from Street
Terminal 5 = Tip-Out = “ + ” side of Line-Out to Int. Phones
Terminal 1 = Ring-Out = “ - ” side of Line-Out to Int. Phones
Wireless Receiver “Bit” set jumper.
On = 24 Bit / OFF = 40 Bit
( Leave OFF (on 1 pin only) for
any type of Crow Wireless
Product, since Crow products are
40 Bit setting compatible).
+
_
Internal Alarm-Piezo
+
_
+
_
Ant Gnd
Data
2k2
Clock
P/Wave-8
Keypad
Neg
RX-16 / 40
303 or 433 MHz
Wireless Receiver
Pos
External Siren
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INPUTS
The PowerWave-8 has 5 separate programmable monitored analogue inputs,
4x
1x
Programmable, multi-state detection inputs
Programmable tamper input ( with optional Key-switch functions)
Each input must be terminated with the appropriate value or combination of end-of-line resistors,
even if the input is unused.
ZONE INPUTS - Each of the 4 zone inputs can be assigned one of the following configuration options;
1
2
3
4
Short circuit input No-End-of-Line.
Single-End-of-Line zone with no tamper (4 zones).
8 Zone Double-End-of-Line (EOL) No Tamper.
Double-End-of-Line zones with open/short circuit tamper per input (8 zones) .
The following table shows end-of-line resistor configurations.
Zone Types
Low Zone Resistor
Hi Zone Resistor
Tamper End-Of-Line
Type 1 (4 Zones)
LED’s 1-4 OFF, 5-8 OFF
N / A (Short Circuit)
N/A
N/A
Type 2 (4 Zones)
LED’s 1-4 ON, 5-8 OFF
2k2
( Red, Red, Red, Gold )
None
None
Type 3 (8 Zones)
LED’s 1-4 OFF, 5-8 ON
4k7
( Yellow, Violet, Red, Gold )
8k2
( Grey, Red, Red, Gold )
N/A
Type 1 (8 Zones)
LED’s 1-4 ON, 5-8 ON
4k7
( Yellow, Violet, Red, Gold )
8k2
( Grey, Red, Red, Gold )
2k2
( Red, Red, Red, Gold )
(1) 4 Zones, N/C
NOTE:
n/c
(2) 4 Zones EOL, no tamper
n/c
In all cases where a 4K7 (for a low zone) & 8K2
(for a high zone) EOL Resistor is used
(EXCEPT 2K2 Tamper resistors), the EOL
Resistor MUST be connected ACROSS (in
Parallel to) the alarm contact (detector relay)
and NOT in series with it.
n/o
2k2
(3) 8 Zones no tamper
Alarm Contact
n/c or n/o
Alarm Contact
n/c or n/o
4k7
8k2
(4) 8 Zones with 8 tampers
A larm Contact
n/c or n/o
A larm Contact
n/c or n/o
Tamper
4k7
Tamper
8k2
2k2
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LED at Address 130
È
Zone Relationship
È
LED #1
Zone 1 Short or EOL
LED #2
Zone 2 Short or EOL
LED #3
Zone 3 Short or EOL
LED #4
Zone 4 Short or EOL
LED #5
Zone 5 Enabled
LED #6
Zone 6 Enabled
LED #7
Zone 7 Enabled
LED #8
Zone 8 Enabled
INPUTS cont.
TAMPER - A 24Hr tamper circuit is available for monitoring tamper status of detectors, junction boxes, cabinets and
satellite sirens etc. This Tamper circuit is programmable with 2 options Address 170 either normally closed loop or 2k2
EOL supervision( the default is 2k2 EOL). The tamper circuit must be terminated with an end-of-line resistor if 2k2
EOL supervision is selected. The activation events and outputs for this tamper circuit are mapped in the same manner
as for detection zones 1-8. Using Dual-End-of-Line resistors (Refer to zones on Page 6) the Tamper input can also
provided two key-switches. The Low key-switch (4k7 resistor) operates Partition A while the High key-switch (8k2
resistor) operates partition B. In this configuration the 2k2 resistor must still be installed to seal the system Tamper.
In addition to the Analogue monitoring inputs, you will find the following system inputs on your POWERWAVE-8
control PCB;
AC - Connect the two low voltage wires (no polarity) from the transformer to the terminals marked AC on the
PowerWave PCB. The POWERWAVE-8 includes a mains transformer rated at 1.4 amps at 17 volts.
EARTH - Always connect the mains earth to the appropriate terminal on the mains terminal block in the control box
cabinet. Also connect a lead from this earth point to the terminal marked with the Earth symbol (next to AC terminals)
on the POWERWAVE PCB.
BATTERY - Connect a sealed lead acid rechargeable 12V d.c. battery to the red and black battery leads. Be careful to
observe correct polarity as damage may occur from incorrect connection. The minimum recommended battery
capacity is 7 amp hours. Battery charge current at these terminals is limited to 350mA maximum. The battery
connection is fuse protected by fuse F2 ( 3A). The panel performs a dynamic load test on the battery every 5 seconds
and if it fails the test at any time it will flash the system LED (refer to the “View Memory” chart on page 10 for more
details).
LINE IN - This pair of terminals is used to connect the PowerWave-8 to the incoming telephone line from the street.
The communicator uses this line for reporting.
LINE OUT - This pair of terminals is used to connect telephones and other communication equipment to the incoming
phone line via the POWERWAVE-8 controller. The telephone line is passed through the POWERWAVE-8 controller to
ensure that the line is available to the controller when it is required.
OUTPUTS
12 VOLT OUTPUTS - There are two 12 volt dc outputs available on the PowerWave-8 PCB. These 12 volt outputs are
all regulated and fuse protected. These outputs are marked 12v and 0v, and are supplied by fuses F1. A maximum
total load of 1 amp may be drawn from these terminals.
OUTPUTS 1 & 2 - These fully programmable, high current, open collector (high-going-low) type FET outputs are
capable of switching up to 1.5A @ 12V d.c. These 2 outputs are normally set as switched outputs, providing power for
12v sirens or piezos. If required, these outputs can be programmed to be siren outputs designed to drive an 8 ohm 10
watt horn speaker per output. Also if a horn speaker is connected to Output 1 you may select (in programming) the
listen-in feature to this output as well so that the dialling sequence can be heard at the speaker.
OUTPUTS 3 & 4 - These are low current, open collector (high-going-low) type outputs capable of switching no more
than 100mA. Like Outputs 1 & 2 they are fully programmable.
NOTE: - Connecting devices which draw current in excess of 100mA to outputs 3 & 4 will cause permanent
damage to the PowerWave controller.
KEYPAD PORT - The terminals marked POS, NEG, CLOCK, & DATA make up the communications port which the
keypads and other intelligent field devices use to talk to the POWERWAVE-8 controller. The terminals are connected
to corresponding terminals on the remote devices. The "listen" terminal is only used by the keypads and utilises a fifth
wire to provide a communicator listen-in facility. This feature is particularly useful when servicing monitoring faults.
The keypad 12v output I(POS,NEG) is also protected by fuse F1.
EXPANSION PORT - The expansion port is for the connection of the Arrowhead RS232 serial board. The serial board
allows for the direct connection of a PC running the Upload/Download software. It is also used for the EEprom board
to allow program back-up and re-instatement using the Data Transfer Unit (DTU).
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TELECOM INTERFACE
The communicator facility of this Power Wave-8 controller has been designed to provide optimum flexibility in the way
in which alarm events are reported. This flexibility includes options for reporting to a central monitoring station using
Ademco Contact ID, a domestic reporting option using alternating siren tones, a format for reporting alarms to a
numeric pager and a powerful speech dialler.
In accordance with statutory requirements of Austel standards, we must bring the following points to your attention;
Connect the Telephone line via a Mode 3 lead (supplied) to the Mode 3 phone socket on the wall (not supplied). Using
a Mode 3 socket on the wall, allows the Power Wave-8 to cut off existing telephones or other devices connected to the
same phone line and seize the telephone line to ensure the alarm call can be made. The control panel is supplied with
an RJ11 socket and/or terminal blocks for connecting the panel to the telephone line. If using the RJ11 phone socket
on the PC Board, ensure that the supplied phone lead is used to connect the panel to the telephone line socket on the
wall.
All connections must comply with Australian Standards ACA TS008.
If using the (Optional) terminal blocks on the PCB, then the system must be wired in accordance with the diagram
below and the lead must comply with Australian Standards ACA TS008.
The following diagram shows how the Mode 3 (Type 600) plug should be wired to the Power Wave-8.
Bottom View of Power Wave PCB
600 Series Plug
5
6
5 6
600 Series Wall Socket
Green
Yellow
Green
Yellow
“ - ” Line Out
1 = “ - ” Line OUT
5 = “ + ” Line OUT
2 = “ - ” Line IN
6 = “ + ” Line IN
2
3 & 4 Not Connected
Red
1
Red
1 2
3
3 4
4
“ - ” Line In
Black
POWER WAVE
CONTROLLER
Bottom View Of The Mode 3 (Type 600) Plug And Wall Socket
Black
“+ ” Line In
“ + ” Line Out
TO INTERNAL
PHONES
( LINE OUT )
Common ( - )
To line in/out
Line In
from Street
Phone
Socket
Line Out ( + )
to Phones
This is the Bottom View of Power Wave PCB and of the
RJ-11 Plug/Socket with Line In/Out polarity indication
from the phone cord to the RJ-11 socket.
When the PCB is in the “Face (Components) Up”
position, these wires (and line in/out polarities) are
in reverse to the above diagram (Eg: “ + ” is towards
Top edge of PCB and “ - ” is towards bottom edge of
PCB.
TELEPHONE
LINE
( LINE IN )
Mode 3 (Type 600) Plug And Wall Socket Wiring;
LINE-IN:
Terminal 6 = Tip-In = “ + ” side of Line-In from Street
Terminal 2 = Ring-In = “ - ” side of Line-In from Street
LINE-OUT:
Terminal 5 = Tip-Out = “ + ” side of Line-Out to Int. Phones
Terminal 1 = Ring-Out = “ - ” side of Line-Out to Int. Phones
Australian Mode - 3 Connection Diagram
The transmit level from this device is set at a fixed level in accordance with Austel requirements and because of this,
there may be circumstances where this device does not give its optimum output level performance. Before reporting
such occurrences as faults, please check the line with a standard Austel approved telephone, and do not report a fault
unless the telephone performance is impaired.
This automatic dialling equipment shall not be set up to make calls to the " 000 " Emergency Service
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PowerWavePowerWave-8 KEYPADS
PowerWave-16 LCD Keypad
PowerWave-16 LED Keypad
When the PowerWave-8 is displaying codes and address values in program mode it may be necessary to display
the 9 and 0 digits. As there are no Zone indicators for 0 and 9 the "A" and "B" indicators are used.
i.e. When displaying values in programming mode
"A" = 0 and "B" = 9
LIGHT\INDICATION
OFF
ON STEADY
FLASHING
READY\BYPASS
Zone Unsealed
All Zones Sealed
A Zone is Bypassed
SYSTEM
Normal
System Alarm Reset
New System Alarm
TROUBLE
Normal
Trouble Alarm Active
New Trouble Alarm
PROGRAM
Normal
Master Code Program Mode
Installer Program Mode or
Control Function Active
READY\BYPASS
& PROGRAM
-
Bypass Mode Active
(Zones can be Bypassed)
-
ZONES 1-8
Zone Secure
Zone Violated
Zone in Alarm
Armed A
Partition A Disarmed
Partition A Armed
Partition A Stay Mode
Armed B
Partition B Disarmed
Partition B Armed
Partition B Stay Mode
ä
â
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VIEWING the MEMORY
If the System light is on, but no other Zone lights are—there are no current System alarms. Arming/Disarming or
reviewing the Memory will turn it off.
When viewing the memory by pressing the “MEMORY” button, the first thing that will always be displayed are
CURRENT SYSTEM FAULTS. Below here are the System fault indications:
Zone LED
u
System Fault
•
Ž
Mains Failure
Battery Low
Telephone Line Failure
•
•
Wireless Detector Battery Low
‘
’
“
Wireless Detector Supervision Failure
Remote Control Battery Low
Zone Inactivity Timeout
Dialler failed to get a Kiss-off
Following the display of current system alarms the panel will then sequence through the 127 historical memory
events starting at the most recent event.
KEYPAD LED’s í = Flashing
EVENT
System + Œ
LOW BATTERY—System
System + •
MAINS FAILURE
Systemí
KEYPAD PANIC (or Buttons 1&3)
Systemí + ‘A’í
KEYPAD FIRE (Buttons 4&6)
Systemí + ‘B’í
KEYPAD MEDICAL (Buttons 7&9)
Systemí + Œ-“í
REMOTE PANIC Buttons 1-8
System + Troubleí + Œ-“í
WIRELESS DETECTOR SUPERVISION FAILURE
Trouble + Ž
TELEPHONE LINE FAILURE
Troubleí
CABINET TAMPER
Troubleí + Œ-•
TAMPER - Zones 1-4 Short Circuit
Troubleí + •-“
TAMPER - Zones 5-8 Open Circuit
Trouble + Œ-“í
LOW BATTERY – R/C Buttons 1-8
Trouble + ‘A’ & ‘B’í
DURESS Code
Area ‘A’
ARMED Area A
Area ‘B’
ARMED Area B
Area ‘A’í
STAY Mode Area A
Area ‘B’í
STAY Mode Area B
Ready/Bypass + Trouble + Œ-“
ZONE INACTIVITY ALARM Zones 1-8
Ready/Bypass + Œ-“
BYPASED Zones 1-8
Œ-“
OPEN Zones 1-8
Œ-“-
LOW BATTERY - Wireless Zones 1-8
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KEYPAD INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
Separate the two keypad halves by carefully inserting a small screwdriver into the release slots on the bottom
edge of the keypad front half and applying a gentle pressure. This will release the bottom edge of the housing
enough for you to unclip the top.
Screw the base to the wall using the mounting holes provided. These holes will match the standard single switch
plate spacing. Ensure the base is mounted right side up. It is marked with the word "TOP" to aid orientation. When
fixing the base to the wall make sure the top of the screw heads will not touch or short out the underside of the
PCB when the top half of the keypad is reinstalled. Bring the cables through the centre of the base.
Connect the 4 or 5 wires to the 5 way terminal block on the rear of the keypad PCB making sure to match the
cables up with the terminals as marked on the control panel's keypad port. The 5th wire is connected from the "LIN"
terminal of the keypad to the "Listen" terminal of the PowerWave-8 PCB keypad port.
WIRING
The PowerWave keypad connects to the PowerWave Controller via a 4 or 5 wire data security cable. A maximum
of 8 LED keypads can be connected, each wired in parallel. A 5th wire may be used to provide a phone line
"Listen-in" facility at the keypad when the PowerWave is communicating.
KEYPAD ADDRESS ASSIGNMENT
Each of the 8 possible LED keypads which are able to be connected to your PW-16 panel must be addressed
individually to avoid BUS conflicts and other communication problems. As default, each keypad comes addressed
as #1.
Use the table below to determine Keypad addressing.
IMPORTANT NOTE: KEYPAD ADDRESS CHANGES ARE ONLY RECOGNISED AT POWER-UP. ALL
CHANGES SHOULD BE MADE IN THE POWERED DOWN STATE AND THEN ON POWER-UP THE NEW
KEYPAD ADDRESS WILL BE RECOGNISED BY THE PANEL
The maximum recommended cable length using standard 0.2mm security cable is 50m. Cable runs exceeding this
distance may require 0.5mm cable. Always use good quality cable. Some installations may require CAT5 data
cable to ensure data integrity in noisy sites.
D
C
B
A
On
Off
Off
On
1
Keypad 1
default
D
Keypad 1
Keypad 2
Keypad 3
Keypad 4
Keypad 5
Keypad 6
Keypad 7
Keypad 8
D
C
B
C
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
A
Tamper Enable
B
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
D
C
A
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
B
A
2
3
6
7
8
Switch '1' Switch '2' Switch '3'
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
On
On
Off
Off
Off
On
On
Off
On
Off
On
On
On
On
On
Panel
PW-4
Switch '5' Switch '6' Switch '7'
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
On
Disable Tamper
Enable Tamper
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5
Keypad 1
Keypad 2
Keypad 3
Keypad 4
Keypad 5
Keypad 6
Keypad 7
Keypad 8
PW-8
PW-16
PW-64
Tamper Disable
4
Off
On
On
Switch '8'
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
FUNCTIONS
The PowerWave LED Keypad consists of; an 18 button, backlit silicone rubber keypad, 14 LED indicators and an
internal piezo buzzer housed in a modern white plastic housing. The plastic housing has a hinged front lid to cover
and protect the rubber buttons when not in use. All the electronics are contained on a single circuit board inside the
housing.
Because the keypads communicate with the controller using data, the cable run from panel to keypads is secure
against tampering. For this reason there is no tamper switch on the keypad assembly. Access to the keypad
electronics will not disarm the panel.
BUTTONS
The 18 silicone rubber buttons are used for the following functions.
In normal operating mode the numeric keys are used for entering Access Codes. In Program Mode the numeric
keys are used for entering options & new values.
The buttons with text labels are used as function buttons and select the options indicated by the text and normally
precede other button presses, e.g. to enter Bypass Mode press <BYPASS> and the numeric key corresponding to
the zone number you wish to be excluded.
The PROGRAM Key is used to prefix option selections in the program modes e.g. <PROGRAM> 4 <ENTER>
selects User Code 4. The PROGRAM key is also used prior to a Master Code to enter user program mode from
normal operation mode.
The ENTER Key is used to enter access or program codes. It is normally used at the end of a button sequence.
The CONTROL button, if enabled, is used to isolate day zone audible alarms if temporarily not required and/or to
directly control outputs if programmed.
LED INDICATORS
The LED indicators are used to display system conditions including Zone status, Battery state, Tamper etc. Please
refer to the LED table on page 10 for a full explanation of the conditional displays.
INSTALLING RXRX-40 WIRELESS RECEIVERS
The PowerWave-8 is fully compatible with the new RX-40 Wireless receivers. The addition of this receiver will add
wireless capability to your system in the form or wireless PIR detectors, Wireless Remote Controls/Medical
Pendants, Wireless Reed Switches and Wireless Smoke Detectors. The Receiver connects to the same
communications port as the keypads and can be installed either inside the cabinet, or if preferred, may be installed
at a remote location. The Receiver is available in 3 frequencies, 303.875mhz, 433.92mhz or 27mhz.
Multiple receivers can be added to the system to gain better reception if needed.
The receiver requires 4 cores and can successfully be run in 0.2mm unscreened cable over a distance of up to 100
metres. Like the keypads the Receiver has 12v connections labelled POS and NEG which are wired to the 12v
supply and CLK and DATA terminals for connection to the communications bus.
The green LED fitted to the receiver will indicate when the unit is in "Learn" mode (Flashing - see address 601)
or when it is receiving an actual wireless transmission (On Steady)
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PROGRAMMING YOUR PowerWavePowerWave-8
ACCESS TO PROGRAMMING ON POWER UP (INSTALLER MODE)
When power is applied to the controller for the first time, with the panel tamper input open, the panel will inhibit
tamper alarms and ready the panel to enter INSTALLER PROGRAM Mode (unless the Installer Lock-out option
Address 170 option 2 has previously been enabled). At this point you can go to any keypad which is connected to
the panel and press “PROGRAM” “ENTER” which will automatically put that keypad into full Program mode,
Program LED Flashing. (NOTE: Only one keypad can be in Program mode at any time)
ACCESS TO PROGRAMMING
Before you can enter Installer Programming, the panel must not be armed.
Press <PROGRAM> - < Installer Code> - <ENTER>
Program light will Flash
Note: Default Installer Code (Code 11) is 000000.
You are now in Installer Programming Mode. Any program addresses may be viewed or changed in this mode.
HOW TO PROGRAM
The programming sequence always follows this pattern;
<PROGRAM> - <1,2 or 3 digit address> - <ENTER>
3 short beeps if OK - 1 long beep if error
The LEDS will display current value or status
Enter the new value or option
<New Value> - <ENTER>
3 short beeps if OK - 1 long beep if error
Access to Installer programming mode can be restricted by having to enter Client Programming mode first.
This is done at Address 169 option 3.
USER CODE PROGRAMING BY CLIENT
Press <PROGRAM> - <Master Code> - <ENTER>
Program light On Steady
Note: Default Master Code is 123 (Address 1) .
You are now in Client Program Mode. Only User Codes 1-10 can be viewed or changed in this mode. Codes may
be denied access to Client mode, allowed access to change their code only or allowed access to view & change all
user codes.
RESETTING BACK TO FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS (From Install Mode Only)
This address allows you to reset the panel back to the factory defaults (Reset All defaults).
e.g.To reset All System defaults including User Codes, go to Address 620
Press <PROGRAM> - 620 - <ENTER>
3 beeps - Program light flashing
After the system configuration has been reset back to defaults, all values, options & Codes will be set to the values
shown in the Program Option Summary as defaults. These value & option selections have been chosen as the
most common set-up for the majority of systems.
Address 621-625 allow selective defaults to be set (refer to program summary at the back of the manual for more
details).
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TO EXIT PROGRAM MODES
To exit program modes when you have finished programming:
Press <PROGRAM> - <ENTER>
Program light goes out
The panel is now back in Normal Mode, any program changes you have made will have replaced previous values
and be in effect.
Note:
During programming Tampers and 24 hour alarms are disabled which allows quiet access to the panel,
detectors and satellite siren units etc. On exiting program mode, all inputs are scanned and if any tampers or 24Hr
alarms are present an activation will occur.
Note: Where there are multiple options at one address, options ‘0’ will turn all options off and ‘9’ will turn
all options on.
PROGRAMMING USER CODES
USER CODES - (Address 1 to 10 & 11)
There are 11 codes available in the PowerWave-8, 10 user codes and 1 install code. The user codes are located in
addresses 1-10. As default, Code 1 has Master Code access and must be used to enter Client programming mode.
The Installer code is stored at address 11 and is used to access Installer Programming mode.
Codes 1-10 may be varied in length from 1 to 6 digits. Code 11 must be 3-6 digits.
Below is an example of changing User Code #1 to ‘4567’, and adding User Code #5 as ‘321’
<PROGRAM> - < Installer Code or Master Code> - <ENTER>
<PROGRAM> - <1> - <ENTER>
<4567> - <ENTER>
3 beeps - program light flashing
<PROGRAM> - <5> - <ENTER>
<321> - <ENTER>
3 beeps - program light flashing
To replace a code simply enter the new code in the same address as the old code. This will overwrite the previous
code but maintain the user access as that of the previous code.
To clear or delete a code simply enter the BYPASS button at the address where the old code is stored.
<PROGRAM> - <3> - <ENTER> <BYPASS> <ENTER>
3 beeps - Program light flashing
User Code # 3 is Erased
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User Code Access Levels
Addresses 21-30
Option 1 - Code has Area A access
Option 2 - Code has Area B access
Option 3 - Code can Arm Area
Option 4 - Code can Disarm Area
Option 5 - Code can turn Stay Mode ON
Option 6 - Code can turn Stay Mode OFF
Option 7 - Code can Program their own code
Option 8 - Code can Program Other Codes
NOTE: Options 3,4, 5 & 6 are used in conjunction with options 1 & 2 whereby options 3,4, 5 & 6 determine the
functions and options 1 & 2 determine the area of operation. If option 8 is on for the user, that user can change
the telephone numbers and change the Real Time Clock.
Installer Code - Address 11
This code is used to enter Installer Programming mode (Program LED flashing). The default installer code is 000000.
To change this code enter your new installer code at the Address 11. The new code will be flashed back to you
automatically. The Installer code may vary from 3-6 digits in length
Duress Digit
This address (230) is used to program the duress digit. The duress digit is a number from 1-9 (“0” means the duress
function is disabled) .To create a duress alarm the duress digit must be entered before a valid user code (e.g. If the
code was “2580” and the duress number was “4”, then entering a code of “42580” “Enter” would create a duress
alarm).
Address 230
Duress Digit - Value 1-9 (Default = 0, Disabled)
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LCD KEYPAD PROGRAMMING
LCD Program Mode allows the programming of a customized “System Name” (the name displayed during idle
mode at the keypad), Customized “Zone Names” (the text that appears on the keypad when a zone is unsealed)
and renaming of the Partitions e.g. the default Partition names are “A” for the first partition and “B” for the second
partition but you can rename them “1” and “2” if you wish.
LCD PROGRAM MODE
To enter LCD Program Mode Press <CONTROL> and <ARM> for 2 seconds.
(NOTE: You must press the “Control” button first and the “Arm” button must be pressed within 2 seconds of
pressing the Control button). If you make a mistake press the “Enter” button then repeat the process.
The display will now show “Local Mode kb #” where the # equals the keypad address as set by DIP
switches 1-3 on the keypad PCB (refer to information on page 10).
When you have entered “LCD Program Mode” and you have entered
one of a program address e.g.
<PROG>-<1>-<ENTER>, the display will look like this;
Zone 1
<A..Z>
Zone 1
The Cursor will be underneath the first letter to be edited (in this case
the “Z”).
Use the arrow keys to move the cursor backward and forward.
Press the corresponding Alpha-Numeric key to replace the current digit. (Just like making a text message on a
mobile phone)
<MEM> toggles between upper and lower case.
<ENTER> saves the text
<A> returns back the last saved text
<B> returns back the default text
Below are the functions of the Alpha-Numeric keys:
Button #
1st Press
2nd Press
3rd Press
4th Press
1
* (‘)
# (<)
= (>)
1
2
A (a)
B (b)
C (c)
2
3
D (d)
E (e)
F (f)
3
4
G (g)
H (h)
I (i)
4
5
J (j)
K (k)
L (l)
5
1
6
M (m)
N (n)
O (o)
6
7
P (p)
Q (q)
R (r)
7
8
S (s)
T (t)
U (u)
8
9
V (v)
W (w)
X (x)
9
Y (y)
Z (z)
0
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
PROGRAMMING AREA CHARACTER
998
Area Character (maximum of 1 per Area)
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PROGRAMMING ZONE
DESCRIPTIONS
Zone #1 TEXT (maximum 16
characters)
Zone #2 TEXT
Zone #3 TEXT
Zone #4 TEXT
Zone #5 TEXT
Zone #6 TEXT
Zone #7 TEXT
Zone #8 TEXT
The keypad allows for up to 16 Areas, hence 16 characters
‘A-P’ are displayed. In the case of the PW-8, there are only 2 Areas,
so the first 2 characters apply.
These characters can be changed to a number eg. to
display ‘Area 1’ if desired.
Zone 1
<A..Z>
Samanthas Room
PROGRAMMING PANEL NAME
999
Panel Name Display (maximum 16 characters)
Areas
<A..Z>
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP
ADJUSTING KEYPAD BACKLIGHT LEVEL
Backlighting of the Keys and the LCD Display can be adjusted in 16 steps from Fully illuminated to Off.
Increase LCD Backlight - Hold <CONTROL> and press <STAY> repeatedly
Decrease LCD Backlight - Hold <CONTROL> and press <BYPASS> repeatedly
Increase Keypad Backlight - Hold <CONTROL> and press <MEM> repeatedly
Decrease Keypad Backlight - Hold <CONTROL> and press < > repeatedly
Name
ADJUSTING BUZZER TONE
<A..Z>
PowerWave 8
The Keypad Buzzer tone can be adjusted in 16 steps from fully On to
Off.
Increase Volume - hold <CONTROL> and press <A> repeatedly
Decrease Volume - hold <CONTROL> and press <B> repeatedly
PROGRAMMING OPTIONS
Output States
NOTE: With all output programming options we refer to outputs 1-8. Only outputs 1-4 are available as
standard, with outputs 5-8 requiring the connection of the optional 4 way output expander unit that
connects to the keypad bus ( the output expander provides 4 change-over relay contacts).
This block of addresses (31 - 38) are used to map output modifiers to each of the 8 outputs available on the
PowerWave.
Address 31
Option Œ
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’
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Invert output - Default off
Flash output - Default off
Single pulse to output - Default off
Lockout output once reset - Default off
Siren Driver to output - Default off
“Control” button can operate output - Default off
Output flashes on a 24 hour zone alarm - Default off
Day zones linked to pulse timer - Default off
Invert Output - This option is used to invert the normal state of the output. The Alert uses open
collector type transistor switches and the default state of all outputs is off or high. When in alarm the
transistor switch is turned on and the output is switched low. The invert option reverses this
function.
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Option •
Flash Output - This option causes the output to turn on and off at a rate set by the pulse timer for
this output (Address 221-228) when in alarm and is normally used to flash a lamp during an
activation.
Option Ž
Single Pulse to Output - This option, when applied, produces a single pulse at the output during an
alarm (the pulse time is the value programmed at the output pulse timer address, 221-228).
Option •
Lockout Once Reset - This option is used to limit the output to one operation per arming period.
Option •
Siren Driver to Output - This option causes the output to be a modulated output designed to drive 8
ohm 10 watt horn speakers directly. Outputs 1 & 2 can have the siren driver feature. A different tone
is generated at output 1 to that at outputs 2.
NOTE: DO NOT CONNECT A HORN SPEAKER TO OUTPUT 1 or 2 WITHOUT FIRST TURNING
THIS OPTION ON OTHERWISE DAMAGE MAY OCCUR TO THE OUTPUT CONCERNED.
Option ‘
“Control” button can operate output - The “Control’ button on the keypad can be used to turn
outputs on or off. For this to happen this option must be turned on for the output/s concerned. To turn
an output on the operator simply presses the “Control’ button at which time the “System” & “Program”
LED’s will illuminate to indicate that the Control mode is active. If any controllable outputs are
currently on, the relevant green zone led (LEDS 1-8) will be on. The operator can now press a button
relating to the output/s they wish to control eg pressing the “1” button will turn output 1 on or off, The
“2” button for output 2 etc. When an output state is changed the zone LED will indicate the change of
state. When finished the operator then presses the “Enter” button to cancel the Control mode and
return to normal.
Option ’
Output Pulses for ‘24 hour’ alarms - If a 24 hour zone activates the alarm this option will cause the
output to flash at a rate equal to the value set for the pulse timer (Address 221-228).
Option “
Chime Zones Linked to Pulse Timer - Chime Zones programmed to this output will pulse at the
pulse timer rate (Address 221-228) for the duration of the Chime zone to output timer (Address 211218)
Address 32 - 38 as per Address 31 above for Outputs 2-8
24-Hour Output Options
Address 41 - 48
In this block of address 41 relates to output #1, 42 relates to output #2 etc
Address 41
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‘
’
“
Remote Control Panic to Output - Default on
Keypad Panic to Output - Default on
Keypad Fire to Output - Default off
Keypad Medical to Output - Default off
Cabinet Tamper to Output - Default on
Duress Alarm to Output - Default off
Mains Fail to Output - Default off
Battery Low to Output - Default off
Option Œ
Remote Control Panic to Output - This option is used to send the operation of the Remote Control
panic button to an output i.e. when the Remote Control button is pressed any output with this option
enabled will turn on.
Option •
Keypad Panic to Output - This option is used to send the Keypad Panic Button, or the 2 button
Panic function to an output. Keypad Panics are generated when a user presses the Panic Button or
buttons 1 & 3 Simultaneously at the keypad.
Option Ž
Keypad Fire to Output - This option is used to send the manual Keypad Fire alarm function to an
output. The keypad Fire alarm is generated when a user presses buttons 4 & 6 Simultaneously at
the keypad.
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Option •
Keypad Medical to Output - This option is used to send the manual Keypad Medical alarm function
to an output. The keypad Medical alarm is generated when a user presses buttons 7 & 9
Simultaneously at the keypad.
Option •
Cabinet Tamper to Output - This option is used to send activations of the common Tamper Input to
an output. This common tamper input is normally used to Monitor the panel cabinet and satellite
tamper switches.
Option ‘
Duress Alarm to Output - This option will send the Duress Function to an output. Programming of
the Duress Digit is at address 230.
Option ’
Mails Fail To Output - A mains failure will be indicated at this output when option 7 is enabled at this
address. The Alarm Reset Timer must be set to “0” when this option is used.
Option “
Low Battery - A battery Low condition will be indicated at this output when option 8 is enabled at this
address. The alarm reset timer must be set to “0” when this option is used.
Address 42 - 48 as per 41 above for Outputs 2-8
‘Armed’ Zone Alarms to Outputs
When a zone is in alarm (during the ARMED state only) this block of addresses allows individual zones to be sent
to selected outputs. The default setting is that zones 1-8 will turn on all outputs 1-8 when in alarm.
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
Zone Alarms to Output #1. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=1-8)
Zone Alarms to Output #2. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=1-8)
Zone Alarms to Output #3. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=1-8)
Zone Alarms to Output #4. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=1-8)
Zone Alarms to Output #5. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=1-8)
Zone Alarms to Output #6. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=1-8)
Zone Alarms to Output #7. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=1-8)
Zone Alarms to Output #8. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=1-8)
‘STAY’ Mode Zone Alarms to Outputs
When a Stay Mode zone is in alarm (during the Stay state only) this block of addresses allows individual zones to
be mapped to selected outputs. The default setting is that zones 1-8 will turn on output 2 only when a Stay mode
alarm occurs.
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
Stay Mode Zone Alarms to Output #1. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=None)
Stay Mode Zone Alarms to Output #2. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=1-8)
Stay Mode Zone Alarms to Output #3. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=None)
Stay Mode Zone Alarms to Output #4. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=None)
Stay Mode Zone Alarms to Output #5. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=None)
Stay Mode Zone Alarms to Output #6. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=None)
Stay Mode Zone Alarms to Output #7. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=None)
Stay Mode Zone Alarms to Output #8. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=None)
‘24 HOUR’ Zone Alarms to Outputs
When a 24 Hour zone is in alarm this block of addresses allows individual zones to be sent to selected outputs.
The default setting is that zones 1-8 will turn on output 2 only when a 24 Hour alarm occurs.
71
72
73
74
24 Hour Zone Alarms to Output #1. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=None)
24 Hour Zone Alarms to Output #2. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=1-8)
24 Hour Zone Alarms to Output #3. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=None)
24 Hour Zone Alarms to Output #4. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=None)
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75
76
77
78
24 Hour Zone Alarms to Output #5. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=None)
24 Hour Zone Alarms to Output #6. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=None)
24 Hour Zone Alarms to Output #7. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=None)
24 Hour Zone Alarms to Output #8. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=None)
‘CHIME’ Zones to Outputs
When a Chime zone is unsealed this block of addresses allows individual zones to be sent to selected outputs.
The default setting is that no Chime zones are sent to any of the 8 outputs.
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
Chime Zone
Chime Zone
Chime Zone
Chime Zone
Chime Zone
Chime Zone
Chime Zone
Chime Zone
to Output #1. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=None)
to Output #2. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=None)
to Output #3. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=None)
to Output #4. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=None)
to Output #5. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=None)
to Output #6. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=None)
to Output #7. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=None)
to Output #8. Options=Zones 1-8 (Default=None)
Zone Tampers to Outputs
When a zone input is set for Dual-End-of-Line (Address 130) the short & open circuit tampers are automatically
enabled for that zone input. This option allows the zone tamper alarms to be mapped through to individual
outputs. A zone tamper 1-4 is a short on the input and a zone tamper 5-8 is an open loop.
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
Zone Tamper to Output #1. Options= Zone Tampers 1-8 (Default=1-8)
Zone Tamper to Output #2. Options= Zone Tampers 1-8 (Default=1-8)
Zone Tamper to Output #3. Options= Zone Tampers 1-8 (Default=1-8)
Zone Tamper to Output #4. Options= Zone Tampers 1-8 (Default=1-8)
Zone Tamper to Output #5. Options= Zone Tampers 1-8 (Default=1-8)
Zone Tamper to Output #6. Options= Zone Tampers 1-8 (Default=1-8)
Zone Tamper to Output #7. Options= Zone Tampers 1-8 (Default=1-8)
Zone Tamper to Output #8. Options= Zone Tampers 1-8 (Default=1-8)
Remote Control Buttons to Outputs
When a Remote Control Button is to be used to operate a garage door or similar function this block of addresses
allows individual Buttons to be sent to selected outputs. The default setting is that none of the 8 Buttons are sent
to any outputs.
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
Buttons to Output #1. Options=Buttons 1-8 (Default=None)
Buttons to Output #2. Options=Buttons 1-8 (Default=None)
Buttons to Output #3. Options=Buttons 1-8 (Default=None)
Buttons to Output #4. Options=Buttons 1-8 (Default=None)
Buttons to Output #5. Options=Buttons 1-8 (Default=None)
Buttons to Output #6. Options=Buttons 1-8 (Default=None)
Buttons to Output #7. Options=Buttons 1-8 (Default=None)
Buttons to Output #8. Options=Buttons 1-8 (Default=None)
Temporary Output Disable
This Address 109 allows a technician to select any output/s to be temporarily disabled for one alarm or armed
cycle, eg by turning on LEDS 1-4 at 109 then leaving program mode, outputs 1-4 will not turn on following any
alarms. The technician is now free to arm the system to test all Staying signals without having all of the internal &
external alarms activating. When the alarm is reset or disarmed all outputs will now work normally again.
109
Select output # 1-8
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Output Timing Options
OUTPUT RESET TIME (0-9999 Seconds)
The output reset time is how long an output will stay on following an alarm condition. A value of “0”
means the output will latch until reset by a valid user code.
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
Output 1 Alarm Reset Time - (Default = 300 Sec)
Output 2 Alarm Reset Time - (Default = 0 Sec)
Output 3 Alarm Reset Time - (Default = 300 Sec)
Output 4 Alarm Reset Time - (Default = 300 Sec)
Output 5 Alarm Reset Time - (Default = 0 Sec)
Output 6 Alarm Reset Time - (Default = 0 Sec)
Output 7 Alarm Reset Time - (Default = 0 Sec)
Output 8 Alarm Reset Time - (Default = 0 Sec)
OUTPUT DELAY ON TIME (0-99 Seconds)
The output delay ON time is how long an output will be delayed before turning on following an alarm
condition.
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
Output 1 Delay On Time - (Default = 0 Sec)
Output 2 Delay On Time - (Default = 0 Sec)
Output 3 Delay On Time - (Default = 0 Sec)
Output 4 Delay On Time - (Default = 0 Sec)
Output 5 Delay On Time - (Default = 0 Sec)
Output 6 Delay On Time - (Default = 0 Sec)
Output 7 Delay On Time - (Default = 0 Sec)
Output 8 Delay On Time - (Default = 0 Sec)
OUTPUT CHIME MODE TIME (0-99 1/10th Second)
The output Chime mode timer is how long an output will turn on following a Chime zone unsealing.
The Chime Mode Timer is in 1/10th Sec intervals e.g. 20=2 Seconds
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
Output 1 Chime Mode Time - (Default = 20)
Output 2 Chime Mode Time - (Default = 20)
Output 3 Chime Mode Time - (Default = 20)
Output 4 Chime Mode Time - (Default = 20)
Output 5 Chime Mode Time - (Default = 20)
Output 6 Chime Mode Time - (Default = 20)
Output 7 Chime Mode Time - (Default = 20)
Output 8 Chime Mode Time - (Default = 20)
OUTPUT PULSE TIMER- (0-99 1/10th Second)
The output pulse timer is how long an output will turn on when the pulse timer is used. The Pulse
Timer is in 1/10th Sec intervals eg 20=2 Seconds
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
Output 1 Pulse Timer - (Default = 20)
Output 2 Pulse Timer - (Default = 20)
Output 3 Pulse Timer - (Default = 20)
Output 4 Pulse Timer - (Default = 20)
Output 5 Pulse Timer - (Default = 20)
Output 6 Pulse Timer - (Default = 20)
Output 7 Pulse Timer - (Default = 20)
Output 8 Pulse Timer - (Default = 20)
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Keypad/Keyswitch Options-Partition “A”
This address allows modification of how Partition “A” arming, Stay and control keys work at the keypad.
110
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“ARM” button before code to set- Default off
“STAY” button required before code to turn on Stay Mode- Default off
Disable “ARM” Button- Default off
“ARM” button can disarm system during exit delay- Default on
“STAY” button can disarm Stay Mode at any time- Default on
No Exit Beeps to keypads in Stay Mode- Default off
Key-switch Enabled- Default off
Key-switch Mode- Default off
Option Œ
“ARM” button required before code to set - This option determines if the “ARM” button must be
pressed before a code is entered to set Area “A”. If a keypad is assigned to both Partitions, this
option should be set to allow individual arming of each area. This option disables the Arm button from
disarming during the exit delay.
Option •
“STAY” button required before code to set - This option determines if the “STAY” button must be
pressed before a code is entered to set Area “A” Stay Mode. If a keypad is assigned to both
Partitions, this option should be set to allow individual arming of Stay Mode for each area.
Option Ž
If this option is set, the “ARM” button is disabled and the panel requires a code to arm as well as
disarm.
Option •
“ARM” button can disarm during exit delay - If this option is on then the “arm” button can disarm
Partition “A” during the exit delay time with a single press of the button. If the option is off then the
alarm can only be unset by a valid code, even during the exit delay time.
Option •
“STAY” button can disarm Stay Mode - This option allows the “Stay” button to disarm Stay mode
at any time (including when Stay Mode is fully set). If the option is off then Stay Mode can only be
unset by a valid code. This feature is valid for keypad addresses 1 & 4 by default (4 being the default
address for the Night Arm station).
Option ‘
No Exit Beeps to keypads in Stay Mode - This option stops the exit beeps from occurring at all
keypads when Stay Mode is set. Normally used for silent night arming.
Option ’
Enable Partition “A” Key-switch - If this option is turned on then the system tamper input (Tmp)
becomes a Dual End of Line Input (Refer to Page 6 for wiring details). The low input 4K7 is reserved
for Partition “A” key-switch operation. An open circuit will still be seen as a system tamper.
Option “
Key-switch Mode - If this option is On then the key-switch has a toggle function (ie the arm/disarm
state will follow the key-switch state). If Off then the key-switch is momentary (ie each single pulse
will change the arm/disarm state). The panel tamper input is used to provide the key-switch function.
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Keypad/Keyswitch Options-Partition “B”
This address allows modification of how Partition “B” arming, Stay and control keys work at the keypad.
120
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“ARM” button required before code to set- Default off
“STAY” button required before code to turn on Stay Mode- Default off
Disable “ARM” Button- Default off
“ARM” button can disarm system during exit delay- Default on
“STAY” button can disarm Stay Mode at any time- Default on
No Exit Beeps to keypads in Stay Mode- Default off
Key-switch Enabled- Default off
Key-switch Mode- Default off
Option Œ
“ARM” button required before code to set - This option determines if the “ARM” button must be
pressed before a code is entered to set Area “B”. If a keypad is assigned to both Partitions, this
option should be set to allow individual arming of each area. This option disables the Arm button from
disarming during the exit delay.
Option •
“STAY” button required before code to set - This option determines if the “STAY” button must be
pressed before a code is entered to set Area “B” Stay Mode. If a keypad is assigned to both
Partitions, this option should be set to allow individual arming of Stay Mode for each area.
Option Ž
If this option is set, the “ARM” button is disabled and the panel requires a code to arm as well as
disarm.
Option •
“ARM” button can disarm during exit delay - If this option is on then the “Arm” button can disarm
Partition “B” during the exit delay time with a single press of the button. If the option is off then the
alarm can only be unset by a valid code, even during the exit delay time.
Option •
“STAY” button can disarm Stay Mode - This option allows the “Stay” button to disarm Stay mode
at any time (including when Stay Mode is fully set). If the option is off then Stay Mode can only be
unset by a valid code. This feature is valid for keypad addresses 1 & 4 by default (4 being the default
address for the Stay key station).
Option ‘
No Exit Beeps to keypads in Stay Mode - This option stops the exit beeps from occurring at all
keypads when Stay Mode is set. Normally used for silent night arming.
Option ’
Enable Partition “B” Key-switch - If this option is turned on then the system tamper input (Tmp)
becomes a Dual End of Line Input (Refer to Page 6 for wiring details). The high input 8K2 is reserved
for Partition “B” key-switch operation. An open circuit will still be seen as a system tamper.
Option “
Key-switch Mode - If this option is On then the key-switch has a toggle function (ie the arm/disarm
state will follow the key-switch state). If Off then the key-switch is momentary (ie each single pulse
will change the arm/disarm state). The panel tamper input is used to provide the key-switch function.
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Chirps & Flashes-Partition “A”
This block of addresses sets a number of output options which are specific and unique to the operation of
partition or Area "A". Activity in Areas "B" will have no direct effect on the options set at these addresses.
111
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Arm status to output- Default off
Stay Mode on status to output- Default off
Disarm status to output- Default off
Remote Control Chirps (2) for Arm to output - Default off
Remote Control Chirps (2) for Stay Mode On to output - Default off
Remote Control Chirps (4) for Disarm to output - Default off
Pulse on Arming to output - Default off
Pulse on Disarming to output - Default off
Option Œ
Arm indication to output - This option will turn the output on when Area "A" is armed. The output
will turn on at the start of the exit delay and turn off when the Area is disarmed. The output reset
time should be set to zero.
Option •
Stay Mode On indication to output - This option will turn the output on when Area "A" Stay Mode
is armed. The output will turn on at the start of the exit delay and turn off when Stay Mode is
disarmed. The output reset time should be set to zero.
Option Ž
Disarm indication to output - This option will turn the output on when Area "A" is Disarmed. The
output will turn on when the Area “A” is disarmed and turn off when the Area is Armed or in Stay
Mode. The output reset time should be set to zero.
Option •
Remote Control Chirps for Arm to output - This option will map two short pulses (Chirps) to the
output when Area "A" is armed via a Remote Control, ( the length of the pulses is set by the pulse
timer Address 221-228).
Option •
Remote Control Chirps for Stay Mode On to output - This option will map two short pulses
(Chirps) to the output when Area "A" Stay Mode is set via a Remote Control Button ,( the length of
the pulses is set by the pulse timer Address 221-228).
Option ‘
Remote Control Chirps for Disarm to output - This option will map four short pulses (Chirps) to
the output when Area "A" is Disarmed via a R/C Button, ( the length of the pulses is set by the pulse
timer Address 221-228).
Option ’
Pulse on Arming to output - This option will send a pulse to the Output each time Area"A" is
armed ( the length of the pulses is set by the pulse timer Address 221-228).
Option “
Pulse on Disarming to output - This option will map a pulse to the Output each time Area"A" is
disarmed ( the length of the pulses is set by the pulse timer Address 221-228).
Note: 112 through 118 are as above but applied to outputs 2-8
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Chirps & Flashes-Partition “B”
This block of addresses sets a number of output options which are specific and unique to the operation of partition
or Area "B". Activity in Areas "A" will have no direct effect on the options set at these addresses.
121
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Arm status to output- Default off
Stay Mode on status to output- Default off
Disarm status to output- Default off
Remote Control Chirps (2) for Arm to output - Default off
Remote Control Chirps (2) for Stay Mode On to output - Default off
Remote Control Chirps (4) for Disarm to output - Default off
Pulse on Arming to output - Default off
Pulse on Disarming to output - Default off
Option Œ
Arm indication to output - This option will turn the output on when Area "B" is armed. The output
will turn on at the start of the exit delay and turn off when the Area is disarmed. The output reset time
should be set to zero.
Option •
Stay Mode On indication to output - This option will turn the output on when Area "B" Stay Mode is
armed. The output will turn on at the start of the exit delay and turn off when Stay Mode is disarmed.
The output reset time should be set to zero.
Option Ž
Disarm indication to output - This option will turn the output on when Area "B" is Disarmed. The
output will turn on when the Area “B” is disarmed and turn off when the Area is Armed or in Stay
Mode. The output reset time should be set to zero.
Option •
Remote Control Chirps for Arm to output - This option will map two short pulses (Chirps) to the
output when Area "B" is armed via a Remote Control, ( the length of the pulses is set by the pulse
timer Address 221-228).
Option •
Remote Control Chirps for Stay Mode On to output - This option will map two short pulses
(Chirps) to the output when Area "B" Stay Mode is set via a Remote Control Button ,( the length of
the pulses is set by the pulse timer Address 221-228).
Option ‘
Remote Control Chirps for Disarm to output - This option will map four short pulses (Chirps) to the
output when Area "B" is Disarmed via a R/C Button, ( the length of the pulses is set by the pulse
timer Address 221-228).
Option ’
Pulse on Arming to output - This option will send a pulse to the Output each time Area"B" is armed
( the length of the pulses is set by the pulse timer Address 221-228).
Option “
Pulse on Disarming to output - This option will map a pulse to the Output each time Area"B" is
disarmed ( the length of the pulses is set by the pulse timer Address 221-228).
Note: 122 through 128 are as above but applied to outputs 2-8
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ZONE PROGRAMMING
Zone Options
131
Partition “A” Zones
Zones 1-8. (Default = All 8 zones)
This option allows programming of which zones will be assigned to Partition A. If a zone is in Both A & B
then it becomes common to both Areas.
132
Partition “B” Zones
Zones 1-8. (Default = No zones)
This option allows programming of which zones will be assigned to Partition B. If a zone is in Both A & B
then it becomes common to both Areas.
133
Zone is NC or NO
Zones 1-8. (Default =Led Off, All Zones NC, Normally Closed)
This option only applies to a zone that has been doubled at Address 130. In this example, the panel is
looking to see a normally closed relay contact across the low (4K7) and high (8K2) resistors in the sealed
state. By turning the LED on for zone 1, the panel is now looking for a Normally Open (NO) contact on the
low zone (4K7).
134
Wireless Detector Zone Input Zones 1-8. (Default = No zones)
This option allows programming of which zones will be Wireless Detector zones. If a zone is a Wireless
zone, the panel ignores the state of the hardwired input for that zone). If the zone input has been set to
Zone doubling, the tampers are still active even if both the low & high zones are set for Wireless operation.
135
Zones are Excludable
Zones 1-8. (Default = All 8 zones)
This option allows programming of which zones can be manually excluded prior to Arming. If a zone has
this option turned off, then that zone cannot be excluded manually). Zones are excluded during the disarm
state and normal zones which are excluded become re-included once the alarm has been set then unset.
24 hour zones, however remain excluded until manually re-included again. Every time the alarm is set or
unset with zones excluded, the keypad will respond with a long beep instead of the normal 3 short beeps to
indicate that excludes are present. When excluding zones, the READY\EXCL & PROGRAM LED’s are on to
indicate that you have entered exclude mode. After excluding zones the READY\EXCL led will flash when
all zones are sealed to indicate that zones are excluded.
136
Auto-Isolate Zone
Zones 1-8. (Default = All 8 zones)
This option allows programming of which zones can be automatically isolated at the end of the exit delay if
unsealed at that time. If a zone has this option turned off, then that zone will not auto-exclude and will go
into alarm if not sealed.
137
Handover Zones
Zones 1-8. (Default = No zones)
If a zone is a handover zone then it’s entry delay time will apply provided a non-handover zone is triggered
before the handover zone. If no other entry delays are active when the handover zone is triggered, the zone
will activate immediately.
138
Zones with Pulse Count
Zones 1-8. (Default = No zones)
To cause an activation a zone must alarm twice within the Pulse Count time period, (Address 229), or 2
Pulse Counted zones can alarm once each within the Pulse Count time period before the alarm is
generated. If a Pulse Counted zone is unsealed and remains unsealed for a period longer than the Pulse
Count time period, an alarm will also be generated.
139
Stay Mode Zones
Zones 1-8. (Default = Zone 1)
Only zones programmed at this address will be active when Stay mode is armed.
129
24 Hour Fire Zone
Zones 1-8. (Default = No zones)
If programmed as a fire zone, when the zone causes an alarm if will flash any outputs it is programmed to
operate at a rate set by the pulse timer (Address 221-228).
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140
24 Hour Zones
Zones 1-8. (Default = No zones)
Only zones programmed at this address will be active at all times. If a 24 hour zone has an entry delay
assigned to it, the entry delay acts as an abort timer e.g. the zone must be in alarm longer than the entry
delay time before the alarm is activated. If the zone is sealed before the entry delay expires, no alarm is
generated.
141
Non-Latching 24 Hour Zone
Zones 1-8. (Default = No zones)
A Non-Latching 24 Hour Zone will operate as a normal 24 Hour zone except that when the zone re-seals
the zone LED and any assigned outputs will reset automatically.
142
Swinger Shutdown (1 Shot Siren Lockout) Zones
Zones 1-8. (Default = No zones)
A Lockout Zone will only cause the alarm output to sound once during and armed period. If the lockout
function is not programmed then the zone can cause the audible alarms to sound on every zone alarm. In
the case of a 24 hour zone, if this option is turned on then the zone will only activate the alarm output/s
once and must be reset by a code before another alarm signal can operate the output/s again.
143
Chime (Day) Zone when Disarmed
Zones 1-8. (Default = No zones)
A Chime Zone can be used as a door minder in a shop to warn when a customer has entered the premises.
A Chime zone works when the alarm is disarmed, but becomes a normal security zone when armed. Chime
zones can be temporarily disabled with the “Control” button if programmed to do so.
144
Permanent Chime (Day) Zone
Zones 1-8. (Default = No zones)
A Permanent Day Zone can be used as a door minder in a shop to warn when a customer has entered the
premises. A Permanent Chime zone will never cause an activation when the alarm is armed). Chime zones
can be temporarily disabled with the “Control” button if programmed to do so.
145
Force Arm Zones
Zones 1-8. (Default = No zones)
This option allows programming of which zones can be unsealed and still allow the panel to arm. Option 4
at Address 170 must be on before this address has any effect. This option allows setting (Arming) of the
panel if low security areas are not sealed at the time of arming.
146
Report Excluded Zones to Monitoring Station
Zones 1-8. (Default = All zones)
If this option is on then the zone will report any exclusion (Bypass) of the zone to a Staying Station via
Contact ID or 4 + 2.
147
Send Multiple Alarms to Monitoring Station
Zones 1-8. (Default = All zones)
If this option is assigned to the zone, the zone can send multiple activation reports to a Staying company
during any armed cycle. If off, the zone can only send one activation per armed cycle. In the case of a 24
hour zone, if this option is turned off then the zone will only send one signal via the dialler and must be reset
by a code before another signal can be sent.
148
Report Zone Tampers to Monitoring Station
Zones 1-8. (Default = All zones)
This option allows the programming of zone tampers to be sent via the dialler to a Staying Station.
149
Common Zone Reports Area “B” Account
Zones 1-8. (Default = All zones)
When a zone is in both partitions A&B this address allows the option of specifying which account number a
zone alarm will report to. The default is that a common zone will report to area A account code (Address
332) but if this option is on for a common zone it will report to area B account code (Address 333).
150
Zone Inactivity Timer
Zones 1-8. (Default = None)
This option allows the programming of which zones will be Stayed for inactivity. All zones programmed
with this feature ON will be Stayed for activity for the period set below (Address 240). The inactivity timer
only works during the disarmed state and is accumulative, which means that if a zone does not trip at least
once during a disarm period the inactivity timer is not reset for that zone and will continue with the balance
of the time period left when the panel is next disarmed. The timer for each zone is reset every time a
zone unseals.
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Zone Doubling & EOL Options
130
Single Zone EOL or dual zone input - This option is used to define the Power Wave-8 as a 4 zone
panel with or without EOL (End of Line Resistors) or an 8 zone panel. Options 1-4 relate to zones 1-4
respectively and decide whether the zone input requires an end of line resistor or just a short or open
circuit to seal the zone. If the LED’s are OFF (Type 1 Drawing on Page 5) then a short on the input is all
that is needed to seal the input. If the LED’s 1-4 are ON (Type 2 Drawing on Page 5 ) then the input
requires a 2k2 resistor to seal the zone. Options 5-8 relate to zone inputs 1-4 respectively and allow
“Zone Doubling” to be turned on for a particular input. When a zone has been assigned "Zone Doubling"
the one input is used for both a low (1-4) and a high (5-8) zone. When zone doubling is turned On, zone
1 input is used for zones 1 & 5, zone 2 input is used for zones 2 & 6, zones 3 input is used for zones 3 &
7 and zone 4 input is used for zones 4 & 8. Zone doubling is assigned on a zone-by-zone basis. Each
input can be configured as two zones (Type 3 drawing on page 5 ) without tamper monitoring or two
zones (Type 4 drawing on page 5) with tamper monitoring. To use the Type 3 mode for zones 1 & 5 you
must turn LED#1 Off and LED#5 On. To use Type 4 mode for zones 1 & 5 you must turn LED#1 On and
LED#5 On. The same applies to the other zone inputs. Refer to the table on Page 5 for more details.
Default =1-4 On
Zone Inactivity Timer
240
Inactivity Timer - 0-255 Hours. Default =120 Hours
Entry Delays
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
Zone 1 Entry Delay Time - 0-9999 Seconds (Default = 20 Sec)
Zone 2 Entry Delay Time - 0-9999 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec)
Zone 3 Entry Delay Time - 0-9999 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec)
Zone 4 Entry Delay Time - 0-9999 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec)
Zone 5 Entry Delay Time - 0-9999 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec)
Zone 6 Entry Delay Time - 0-9999 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec)
Zone 7 Entry Delay Time - 0-9999 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec)
Zone 8 Entry Delay Time - 0-9999 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec)
Exit Delays
219
220
Partition “A” Exit Delay Time - 0-255 Seconds (Default = 20 Sec)
Partition “B” Exit Delay Time - 0-255 Seconds (Default = 20 Sec)
Pulse Count Timer
229
Pulse Count Timer - 0-255 Seconds (Default = 60 Sec)
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KEYPAD PROGRAMMING
Keypad Partition
A keypad must be assigned to a Partition before it can control the Partition (ie to allow Arm/Disarm
facilities).
171
172
Keypads Assigned to Partition “A” - Option Keypad 1-8 (Default = All keypads 1-8)
Keypads Assigned to Partition “B” - Option keypad 1-8 (Default = None)
Keypads with Panic Button enabled
The panic button on all keypads can be set for delayed or instant operation. If you do not want the
Panic function enabled at any of the keypads you can disable the operation at this address. This
option may be useful where a keypad has to be installed in a public area.
173
Keypads with the Panic Button Enabled - Option keypad 1-8 (Default = All keypads 1-8)
Keypads with Buttons 1&3 Panic enabled
An alternative Panic function to the dedicated panic button is to press the keypad buttons 1&3
simultaneously. If you do not want this Panic function enabled at any of the keypads you can disable
the operation at this address. This option may be useful where a keypad has to be installed in a
public area.
174
Keypads with the Panic Buttons 1&3 Enabled - Option keypad 1-8 (Default = None)
Panic Alarm to Keypad Buzzer
The two panic functions at the keypads (Address 173 or 174) can be audible or silent at the keypads.
If a silent panic is required the option must be turned off at this address. For an audible Panic Beep
at the keypad/s turn this option on.
175
Panic Alarm to Keypad Buzzer - Option keypad 1-8 (Default = All keypads 1-8)
Keypads with Buttons 4&6 Fire Enabled
By pressing the buttons 4&6 simultaneously it is possible to create a Fire alarm report to the dialler. If
you want this Fire function enabled at any of the keypads you must enable the operation at this
address.
176
Keypads with the Panic Buttons 4&6 Enabled - Option keypad 1-8 (Default = None)
Fire Alarm to Keypad Buzzer
The two button fire function at the keypads (Address 176) can be audible or silent at the keypads. If a
silent fire alarm is required the option must be turned off at this address. For an audible Panic Beep
at the keypad/s turn this option on.
177
Fire Alarm to Keypad Buzzer - Option keypad 1-8 (Default = None)
Keypads with Buttons 7&9 Medical Enabled
By pressing the buttons 7&9 simultaneously it is possible to create a Medical alarm report to the
dialler. If you want this Medical function enabled at any of the keypads you must enable the operation
at this address.
178
Keypads with the Medical Buttons 7&9 Enabled - Option keypad 1-8 (Default = None)
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Keypad Misc.
This address (169) is used to select the first set of optional panel functions.
169
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Turn Off keypad LEDS at the end of exit time - Default off
Keypad Panic Button delayed or instant - Default off
Installer Code has direct access to Program Mode - Default on
Option Œ
Turn off keypad LEDS at end of exit time - If this option is off (LED 1 Off) then the keypad LEDS
remain working at all times. If it is on (LED 1 On), the keypad LEDS will automatically turn off at the end
of the exit delay time (NOTE: the backlight LED’s on an LED keypad will remain on). The LEDS will turn
on again if the alarm is unset, an alarm occurs or any button on the keypad is pressed.
Option •
Keypad Panic Button delayed or instant - If this option is off (LED 2 Off) any press of the “Panic”
button on the LED keypads will result in an immediate panic alarm. If it is turned on (LED 2 On) there will
now be a 2 second delay on the panic button. The button must be held down continuously for 2 seconds
to create a panic alarm.
Option Ž
Installer Code has direct access to Program Mode - If this option is off (LED 3 Off) the installer code
cannot gain direct access to installation program mode. Access to installation program mode in this case
must be via Client program Mode first (the owner must give authorisation to the installer). If the option is
on (LED 3 On) then the installer code will allow direct access to Installation program mode provided no
areas are armed or in Stay mode.
Medical Alarm Keypad Buzzer
The two button medical function at the keypads (Address 178) can be audible or silent at the keypads. If
a silent medical alarm is required the option must be turned off at this address. For an audible Medical
Beep at the keypad/s turn this option on.
179
Medical Alarm to Keypad Buzzer - Option keypad 1-8 (Default = None)
Stay Button can Disarm Stay Mode
The Alarm panel can be set up so that the “Stay” button at the keypad can be a single press to arm Stay
Mode. During the Stay Armed state the “Stay” button can also be used to Disarm Stay Mode with a
single press provided the keypad concerned has this option turned on. If you do not want single button
disarming of Stay mode at any keypads then ensure this option is off for the keypad/s concerned.
180
Stay Button can Disarm Stay Mode - Option keypad 1-8 (Default = 1&4
Chime Mode to Keypad Buzzer Timer
These addresses can be programmed to have a value from 0 to 99 but the value is in 1/10 of a second increments.
This means the default of 20 at Addresses 209 & 210 is equal to 2 seconds. This gives a much greater control on the
duration of the day zone beep to the keypad.
209
210
Area “A” Chime Mode to Keypad Buzzer Timer - 0-99 (Default = 20 1/10th sec)
Area “B” Chime Mode to Keypad Buzzer Timer - 0-99 (Default = 20 1/10th sec)
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WIRELESS PROGRAMMING
Wireless Detector Learning
To learn a Wireless Detector as a zone input on the panel, press the appropriate address number (eg
604 for Zone 4). The keypad buzzer will beep once a second to indicate learn mode has been initiated
and the Led on the RX-40 board will flash. The Wireless detector you wish to load must transmit a signal
within 30 seconds of entering learn mode otherwise the panel will time out and no code will be loaded. If
a valid code is received within the 30 seconds the keypad will give 3 short beeps and exit learn mode.
To remove a loaded Wireless Detector at a single address only, enter in the address you wish to delete
the code at eg 604, then without operating the transmitter and before the 30 second timer expires press
the “Enter” button.
601
602
603
604
605
606
607
608
Learn Mode for Zone 1
Learn Mode for Zone 2
Learn Mode for Zone 3
Learn Mode for Zone 4
Learn Mode for Zone 5
Learn Mode for Zone 6
Learn Mode for Zone 7
Learn Mode for Zone 8
Wireless Detector Zone Options
Default= 0
This block of addresses (231 - 238) are used to select the type of detector to be used on the Wireless zone input
and allow functions such as battery low, tamper and normal alarm to be correctly recognized. To make the Wireless
zone work you must also tell the zone input that it is a Wireless zone (Address 134 zones 1-8).
231 Zone 1 Options
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
11
12
21
31
32
33
For Unknown Devices - No Low Battery, No Tamper reporting
Crow AE Wireless PIR / Smoke Detector with Battery Low reporting
Crow AE Wireless Reed Switch with Door Open / Close & Low Batt Status Reporting
Crow Merlin Wireless PIR (supervised signal Disabled (Ignored))
Crow Merlin Wireless PIR (supervised signal Enabled (Active))
Crow Freelink Wireless with checksum (supervision signal Disabled (Ignored))
Crow Freelink Wireless with checksum (supervision signal Enabled (Active))
Ness Wireless devices Battery Low
Ness Wireless Reed Switch
Electronics Line ‘Cougar’ Wireless PIR (“ON” = Switch 1, “OFF” = Switch 2, 3 & 4)
Visonic K900 Wireless PIR
Visonic Powercode Devices (supervised signal ignored)
Visonic Powercode Devices (supervised signal active)
1
Crow AE Wireless Series with Battery Low - If a Crow (AE) Wireless pendant / PIR / Smoke is used
on the PowerWave Wireless receiver, setting this bit allows the panel to correctly recognize the battery
low signal from Crow devices.
2
Crow AE Wireless Series Radio Reed Switch - If a Crow (AE) Wireless Reed Switch is used on the
PowerWave Wireless receiver, setting this bit allows the panel to correctly recognize the battery low
signal from this Crow device. This bit also recognizes the Open and Closed signals from the reed switch
so the zone LED can follow the correct state of the reed switch (i.e. Door Open or Closed). If No Door
Open / Close status reporting is required, then the AE Reed Switch HAS to be assigned as a type
“ 1 ” (AE PIR) and the “Restore” transmissions disabled by removing one of the internal jumpers within
the AE reed switch unit.
3
Crow Merlin PIR (unsupervised) - If a Crow Merlin wireless PIR is used on the PowerWave Wireless
receiver, setting this bit allows the panel to correctly recognize the alarm, tamper & battery low signal
from the device. The automatic supervised signal sent every 40 minutes by the PIR is ignored in this
mode.
Crow Merlin PIR (supervised) - If a Crow Merlin Wireless PIR is used on the PowerWave wireless
receiver, setting this bit allows the panel to correctly recognize the alarm, tamper & battery low signal
from the device. Setting this option on also starts a 4 hour timer for the supervised signal. The 4 hour
timer is constantly being reset while valid supervised signals are being received every 40 minutes. If no
supervised signals are received from the PIR within the 4 hour period, a supervised alarm is generated.
4
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5
Freelink with checksum (supervised signal active) - If a Crow Freelink Wireless PIR is used on the
PowerWave Wireless zone input, setting this bit allows the panel to correctly recognize the alarm,
tamper & battery low signal from the device. The automatic supervised signal is sent every 20 minutes.
6
Freelink with checksum (non-supervised) - If a Crow Freelink Wireless PIR is used on the
PowerWave Wireless zone input, setting this bit allows the panel to correctly recognize the alarm,
tamper & battery low signal from the device. The automatic supervised signal sent every 20 minutes by
the PIR is ignored in this mode.
11
Ness Battery Low - If a Ness Wireless pendant or PIR is used on the PowerWave Wireless Receiver,
setting this bit allows the panel to correctly recognize the battery low signal from Ness devices.
12
Ness Radio Reed Switch - If a Ness Wireless Reed Switch is used on the PowerWave Wireless
Receiver, setting this bit allows the panel to correctly recognize the battery low signal from Ness device.
This bit also recognizes the open and closed signals from the reed switch so the zone Led can follow the
correct state of the reed switch (ie open or closed)
21
Electronics Line Wireless PIR- If an Electronics Line Wireless PIR is used on the PowerWave
Wireless Receiver, setting this bit allows the panel to correctly recognize the alarm, tamper & battery low
signal from E.L. device.
NOTE: If you encounter a situation where the Electronics Line Wireless PIR does Not communicate
with the panel, this would be due to the version of the transmitter in the PIR. In such cases, you may try
setting the wireless zone options to “0” for this device. Please be aware that the “0” option does Not
allow for Low Battery or Tamper reporting but at least the Electronics Line Wireless PIR will start
communicating with the panel. (“ON” = Switch 1, “OFF” = Switch 2, 3 & 4)
31
Visonic Wireless PIR- If a Visonic K900 radio PIR is used PowerWave Wireless Receiver, setting this
bit allows the panel to correctly recognize the alarm, tamper & battery low signal from the device.
32
Visonic Powercode (unsupervised) - If a Visonic Powercode Wireless device is used on the
PowerWave Wireless Receiver, setting this bit allows the panel to correctly recognize the alarm and
battery low signal from the device but the supervised signal is ignored.
33 Visonic Powercode (supervised) - If the Visonic Powercode range of Wireless PIR or reed switch are
used on the PowerWave Wireless Receiver, setting this bit allows the panel to correctly recognize the
alarm, tamper & battery low signal from the device. Setting this option on also starts a 4 hour timer for
the supervised signal. The 4 hour timer is constantly being reset while valid supervised signals are being
received every 1-1.5 hours. If no supervised signals are received from the PIR within the 4 hour period,
a supervised alarm is generated.
Note: Addresses 232 through 238 are as above but applied to zones 2-8
Wireless Zone Supervision Timer
239
WIRELESS ZONE SUPERVISED TIMER - Default= 240 Minutes (Value 0-255 Minutes)
Remote Control Button Learning
611
612
613
614
615
616
617
618
To learn a Remote Control Button into the panel, press the appropriate address number (e.g. 614 for
Button 4). The keypad buzzer will beep once a second to indicate learn mode has been initiated and the
Led on the RX-40 Receiver board will flash. The Remote Button you wish to learn must transmit a signal
within 30 seconds of entering learn mode otherwise the panel will time out and nothing will be loaded. If
a valid code is received within the 30 seconds the keypad will give 3 short beeps and exit learn mode.
To remove a loaded Remote Button at a single address only, enter in the learning address as above e.g.
614, then without operating the transmitter and before the 30 second timer expires press the “Enter”
button. This will remove the Button loaded against this address.
Learn Button # 1
Learn Button # 2
Learn Button # 3
Learn Button # 4
Learn Button # 5
Learn Button # 6
Learn Button # 7
Learn Button # 8
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Remote Control Arm/Disarm Options
This block of addresses (151 - 158) are used to select the operational settings for each of the 8 Remote Control
Buttons. Functions such as arm only, disarm only or both can be selected for each button independently.
151-Button #1 Options
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Assigned to Partition “A” - Default on
Assigned to Partition “B” - Default off
Can Arm - Default on
Can Disarm - Default on
Can turn Stay Mode On - Default off
Can turn Stay Mode Off - Default off
Spare - Default off
Disabled if panel is in alarm - Default off
Option Œ
Assigned to Partition “A” - The R/C Button must be assigned to at least one partition to allow it to
perform arm/disarm functions. The Button can be assigned to both partitions if required.
Option •
Assigned to Partition “B” - The R/C Button must be assigned to at least one partition to allow it to
perform arm/disarm functions. The Button can be assigned to both partitions if required.
Option Ž
Can Arm - This option assigns the Arm function to a Button. The partition/s it will arm have to be
selected at options 1 & 2.
Option •
Can Disarm - This option assigns the Disarm function to a Button. The partition/s it will disarm has to be
selected at options 1 & 2.
Option •
Can turn Stay Mode On - This option assigns the Stay Mode Arm function to a Button. The partition/s it
will arm has to be selected at options 1 & 2. If Stay Mode arming is to be used for this Button then
Options 2 & 3 should be turned off.
Option ‘
Can turn Stay Mode Off - This option assigns the Stay Mode Disarm function to a Button. The
partition/s it will disarm has to be selected at options 1 & 2. If Stay Mode disarming is to be used for this
Button then Options 2 & 3 should be turned off.
Option ’
Spare
Option “
Disabled if panel is in Alarm - This option stops the Button from working while the panel is in alarm.
This feature should only be set if you feel that a Button with disarming functions could be prone to
misuse in an alarm condition.
Note: Addresses 152 through 158 are as above but applied to Buttons 2-8
Remote Control Output Options
This block of addresses (161 - 168) are used to select output control and Panic options for each of the 8 R/C Buttons.
To prevent confusion, if a Buttons is set to control an output or provide instant Panic, then you should turn off any
Arm or Disarm options at addresses 151-158.
161-Button #1 Options
Option Œ
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•
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Turn output ON - Default off
Turn output OFF - Default off
Visonic Powercode Battery Low - Default off
Spare - Default off
Hold Down Button Panic will Dial - Default off
Hold Down Button Immediate Panic Alarm - Default off
Hold Down Button Delayed Panic Alarm (1.5 Seconds) - Default off
Ness Battery Low - Default off
Turn Output On - This option allows the Button to turn an output on. The output the Button will turn On
is programmed at address 101-108. If the output reset time is set to Latched operation (set to “0”) then
you must also program Option 2 to allow for turning the output Off.
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Option •
Turn Output Off - This option allows the Button to turn an output off. The output the Button will turn Off
is programmed at address 101-108. For this option to work, option 1 must also be assigned to the Button
to allow the Button to first turn the output on before it can turn it off.
Option Ž
Visonic Powercode Battery Low - If a Visonic Powercode Transmitter with battery low Staying is used
on the PowerWave-8, setting this option will allow the battery signal to be correctly recognised.
Option •
Spare
Option •
Report Panic to Dialler- This option enables a panic alarm from a R/C Button to be sent via the dialler
to a Staying Station.
Option ‘
Immediate Panic Alarm - If this option is on, pressing the Button will produce a panic alarm.
Option ’
Delayed Panic Alarm- If this option is on, the Button must be pressed continuously for 1.5 seconds or
longer to produce a panic alarm.
Option “
Ness Battery Low - If using a Ness Remote with battery low reporting, this option must be turned on to
allow the battery low signal to be recognised properly.,
Note: Addresses 162 through 168 are as above but applied to Buttons 2-8
DIALLER PROGRAMMING SECTION
Dialler Options
185
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•
•
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Dialler is Enabled - Default off
Fax/Answer Machine Defeat (Double Call) - Default off
Disable Telephone Line Monitoring - Default off
Spare - Default off
Spare - Default off
Spare - Default off
Auto-detect Modem - Default on
Bell 103 or V21 - Default off
Option Œ
Dialler is Enabled - If this option is turned off the dialler will be disabled. The option must be on to allow
the dialler to make calls.
Option •
Fax Defeat - The panel can answer an in-coming call in two ways. The first is to set the auto-answer
ring count to a convenient number (Address 249) and let the phone ring until this number is reached at
which time the panel will answer the call. The second method is to use fax defeat which entails calling
the panel and letting it ring no more than 3 times, hanging up, then ringing back within 45 seconds. The
panel will now answer the call on the first ring.
Option Ž
Disable Telephone line Monitoring - If the panel is connected to a poor telephone line and the line
failure alarm is appearing regularly, by turning this option on the panel will not do the line test.
Option •
Spare
Option •
Spare
Option ‘
Spare
Option ’
Auto-detect Modem - If this option is on the panel will answer an in-coming call with the V21
acknowledge tone. If the modem does not respond within 5 seconds the panel will then generate the
acknowledge tones for Bell 103 format. It will repeat this cycle twice and then hang-up if no
communication with a modem is established.
Option “
Bell 103 or V21 - The dial up panel to PC link can be established using either Bell 103 or V21. If the
auto-detect function at option 7 does not result in the best format for your modem then you can force the
panel to only communicate in one format. If the LED is off the format is Bell 103, LED on means V21.
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Upload/Download Panel Code
The upload/download panel code number must be entered if the panel is set for auto-answer as this provides a
security access level to the panel. The number can be up to 8 characters in length. Valid characters for this number
are 0-9,B-F (refer to the chart on page 38).
505
Panel Number - 8 characters
Dialler Reporting Options 1
186
Œ
•
Ž
•
•
‘
’
“
Report Duress Alarm - Default on
Report Mains Fail - Default on
Report Battery Low - Default on
Report Wireless Battery Low - Default on
Report System Tamper - Default on
Report Telephone line Failure - Default on
Report Supervised Wireless Fault - Default on
Report Zone Inactivity Alarm - Default on
Option Œ
Duress Alarm to Central Station - If a duress alarm is created the panel can report the unsetting of the
alarm under duress to a Central Station if this option is on.
Option •
Report Mains Fail - If a mains failure is detected the panel will report this alarm to a Central Station if
this option is on.
Option Ž
Report Battery Low - If a battery low is detected the panel can report this alarm to a Central Station if
this option is on.
Option •
Report Wireless Battery Low - If a Wireless battery low is detected the panel can report this alarm to a
Central Station if this option is on.
Option •
Report System Tamper - If a control panel tamper is detected the panel can report this alarm to a
Central Station if this option is on.
Option ‘
Report Line Failure - If a telephone line failure is detected the panel can report this alarm to a Central
Station if this option is on.
Option ’
Report Supervised Wireless Fault - If a supervised Wireless device fails to report to the panel within
a preset time then a Wireless failure is registered. If this option is turned on then the alarm will be
reported to the Central Station.
Option “
Report Zone Inactivity Alarm - If a Zone is Monitored for Inactivity (Address 150) and the inactivity
timer for that zone times out (Address 240) an alarm will be generated. If this option is turned on then
the alarm will be reported to the Central Station.
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Dialler Reporting Options 2
This address (187) is used to enable or disable various alarm reports to the Dialler.
187
Œ
•
Ž
•
•
‘
’
“
Keypad Panic Alarms - Default on
Keypad Manual Fire Alarms (4&6) - Default on
Keypad Manual Medical Alarms (7&9) - Default on
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Option Œ
Keypad Panic Alarms - If the single button “Panic” or the 2 button “1&3” Panic alarm features are
enabled then turning this on option allows the Panic Alarm to be sent via the dialler to a Central
Station.
Option •
Keypad Fire Alarm - If the 2 button “4&6” Fire alarm feature is enabled then turning this option on
allows the Fire Alarm to be sent via the dialler to a Central Station.
Option Ž
Keypad Medical Alarm - If the 2 button “7&9” Medical alarm feature is enabled then turning this option
on allows the Fire Alarm to be sent via the dialler to a Central Station.
Dialler Reporting Options 3
188
Œ
•
Ž
•
•
‘
’
“
Report Open/Close - Default on
Report Stay Mode Open/Close - Default on
Report Open after alarm - Default off
Report Stay Open after alarm - Default off
Report 24 Hour Alarms when set to Domestic/Voice mode - Default off
Send Arm immediately (or after exit delay) - Default off
Send Zone alarms in Stay Mode - Default off
Spare - Default off
Option Œ
Report Open/Close - If this option is on then all Open/Close signals will be reported to a Central Station
if Contact ID is set as the reporting format.
Option •
Report Stay Mode Open/Close - If this option is on then all Stay Mode Arm/Disarm signals will be
reported to a Central Station if Contact ID is set as the reporting format.
Option Ž
Send Open after alarm - If this option is on, the panel will not normally send an Arm/Disarm signal to
the Central Station, however, if a zone alarm occurs then the panel will send a Disarm following the
disarming of the panel to show it has been turned off by a valid user.
Option •
Send Stay Mode unset after activation - If this option is on, the panel will only send a Stay Mode Arm/
Disarm signal to the Central Station if a zone alarm occurs. The panel will send a Disarm and group
bypass restore following the disarming of the panel to show it has been turned off by a valid user.
Option •
Report 24 Hour Alarms when set to Domestic/Voice mode - When the panel is set to send alarms via
domestic or voice mode, NO alarms will normally be sent for 24 hour zones. If 24 hour alarms are
required to be reported in Domestic/Voice mode then this option must be turned on.
Option ‘
Send Arm immediately - If this option is on, the arm report is sent immediately the panel is armed. If
the option is turned off, the arm signal will be sent at the expiry of the exit delay timer.
Option ’
Send Zone alarms in Stay Mode - If this option is on, any Stay Mode zone alarms will be reported via
the dialer. If it is off, no Stay Mode zone alarms will be transmitted via the dialer.
Option “
Spare - Default off
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Voice Board Messages
This block of addresses (251 - 258) are used to select a voice message that a Zone/24 Hr Alarm will transmit. For
this option to work the optional Voice Board Must be fitted. If a value of “0” or the “Bypass” button is entered at any of
these addresses then the zone will not report via the Dialler in either Voice or Domestic modes.
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
Zone 1 Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Zone 2 Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Zone 3 Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Zone 4 Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Zone 5 Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Zone 6 Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Zone 7 Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Zone 8 Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Panic Alarm Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Fire Alarm Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Medical Alarm Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Battery Low Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Start Message Number for DTMF Telephone Control
This address (250) sets the start message for the DTMF Telephone control messages. The control messages are set
in a fixed sequence (refer to the addendum sheet supplied with the 90 second voice board for this list). If the voice
board is being used to indicate normal alarms using voice messages and DTMF Telephone control, the alarm
messages must be recorded first.
250
Start of DTMF Telephone Control Messages - (Default = 0)
Voice Board DTMF Telephone Control Codes
This block of addresses (334 - 337) are used to program the 4 digit DTMF Telephone Control Codes. These codes
allow a valid user to Set or Unset the alarm, turn outputs On or Off or enable the Microphone input from a remote
Telephone. Please refer to the User Operating guide or the sheet supplied with the voice board for the full
operational sequence
334
335
336
337
DTMF Telephone Control Code for Area “A” - 4 Digits (Default = 0)
DTMF Telephone Control Code for Area “A” - 4 Digits (Default = 0)
DTMF Telephone Control Code for Outputs - 4 Digits (Default = 0)
DTMF Telephone Control Code to turn on Microphone - 4 Digits (Default = 0)
Contact ID Code - Zones
This block of addresses (321 - 328) are used to set the Contact ID code that a Zone will transmit in an alarm. If a
value of “0” or the “Bypass” button is entered at any of these addresses then the zone will not report via the Dialler.
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
Zone # 1 Contact ID Code - 3 Digit Number (Default = 130)
Zone # 2 Contact ID Code - 3 Digit Number (Default = 130)
Zone # 3 Contact ID Code - 3 Digit Number (Default = 130)
Zone # 4 Contact ID Code - 3 Digit Number (Default = 130)
Zone # 5 Contact ID Code - 3 Digit Number (Default = 130)
Zone # 6 Contact ID Code - 3 Digit Number (Default = 130)
Zone # 7 Contact ID Code - 3 Digit Number (Default = 130)
Zone # 8 Contact ID Code - 3 Digit Number (Default = 130)
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Contact ID Code - Panic
This address (329) is used to set the Contact ID code that a Keypad “Panic” or “1&3” alarm will transmit.
329
Keypad Panic Alarm Contact ID Code - 3 Digit Number (Default = 120)
Contact ID Code - Fire
This address (330) is used to set the Contact ID code that a Keypad Fire “4&6” alarm will transmit.
330
Keypad Fire Alarm Contact ID Code - 3 Digit Number (Default = 110)
Contact ID Code-Medical
This address (331) is used to set the Contact ID code that a Keypad Medical “7&9” alarm will transmit.
331
Keypad Medical Alarm Contact ID Code - 3 Digit Number (Default = 100)
Commonly Used Contact ID Codes
130 = Burglary
131 = Perimeter Zone
133 = 24 Hour Zone
120 = Panic
110 = Fire Alarm
111 = Smoke Detector
114 = Heat Detector
100 = Medical
101 = Medical Pendant
115 = Manual Call Point
122 = Silent Panic
123 = Audible Panic
159 = Low Temperature159 = Low Temperature
152 = Refrigeration Alarm
154 = Water Leakage
151 = Gas Detector
116 = Duct Detector
Account Numbers
The account code is the 4 digit number that identifies the panel to the Central Station. If send Group numbers is set
for Contact ID then the account number used is Partition “A”. (The special characters B,C,D,E & F can be entered at
these addresses if required (see the table on page 38 for instructions).
506
507
Account Code For Partition “A” - Value = 4 character code (Default = 0000)
Account Code For Partition “B” - Value = 4 character code (Default = 0000)
Listen-in Options - Keypad
The panel provides the facilities to use the buzzer in the keypad as a speaker to listen to the call being made by the
dialler. To use this feature a 5th wire must be connected between the panel and a keypad using the listen-in
terminals.
189
Œ
Listen-in Enabled when dialling only and in Disarmed State - Default on
•
Listen-in Enabled when dialling only and in Armed State - Default on
Ž
Listen-in Enabled when dialling only and in Stay Mode - Default on
•
Listen-in Enabled through the entire call only in Disarmed state - Default on
•
Listen-in Enabled through the entire call only in Armed State - Default on
‘
Listen-in Enabled through the entire call only in Stay Mode - Default on
’
Listen-in Enabled when the panel answers a call - Default on
“
Listen-in on at All Times - Default off
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Listen-in Options - Output 1
The panel provides the facilities to use a horn speaker connected to Output 1 to listen to the call being made by the
dialler. To use this feature a horn speaker MUST be connected to Output 1 and the output set for siren Mode
(Address 31 Option 5).
KEYPAD BUTTON
FUNCTION TO BE PROGRAMMED
HEX NUMBERS
LED
INDICATION
“0”
-
“0 or A”
ARMED A
“PANIC”
“#”
“B”
READY/Bypass
“MEMORY”
“*”
“C”
SYSTEM
“CONTROL”
“2.5 sec Pause”
“D”
TROUBLE
“ARM”
“Wait for 2nd Dial-tone”
“E”
READY/Bypass
SYSTEM
“MONITOR”
“5 sec Pause”
“F”
READY/Bypass
TROUBLE
ä
190
Œ
•
Ž
•
•
‘
’
“
Listen-in Enabled when dialling only and in Disarmed State - Default off
Listen-in Enabled when dialling only and in Armed State - Default off
Listen-in Enabled when dialling only and in Stay Mode - Default off
Listen-in Enabled through the entire call only in Disarmed state - Default off
Listen-in Enabled through the entire call only in Armed State - Default off
Listen-in Enabled through the entire call only in Stay Mode - Default off
Listen-in Enabled when the panel answers a call - Default off
Listen-in on at All Times - Default off
Auto-Answer Ring Count
The auto-answer ring count is the number of rings the panel must count before answering an in-coming call. For Fax
defeat to work the auto-answer ring count must be set to a number other than “0”. (typically 25 rings)
249
Auto-answer Ring Count - Value 0-99 (0= Auto-answer disabled) - Default = 25
Mains Fail Reporting Delay
This address (319) is used to set a timer that delays the reporting of Mains Failure to a Central Station. If the mains
voltage returns before the timer expires then no report is sent.
319
Mains Failure Report Delay - Value 0-9999 Seconds (Default = 600)
Test Report Time
This option sets the days of the week and the time when an automatic test report is sent to a Central Station.
402
404
Automatic Test Report Hour/Minute - Value 0-2359
Automatic Test Report Day/s of Week - Value 1-7 (where 1 = Sunday, 2 = Monday, 3 = Tuesday, etc)
Telephone Numbers
The panel can be programmed with up 4 telephone numbers. The numbers can be up 16 digits long. Dialling
modifiers such as Pauses or Hexadecimal digits can be programmed into the number sequence as per the chart
above:
501
502
Telephone # 1 - Value = 1-16 digits
Telephone # 2 - Value = 1-16 digits
503
504
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Telephone # 3 - Value = 1-16 digits
Telephone # 4 - Value = 1-16 digits
Dialling Protocol
This block of addresses (241 - 244) are used to set the reporting format which will be sent when an alarm occurs for
each of the telephone numbers.
241-Telephone #1 Options
(Default = 1)
Œ
•
Ž
•
Contact ID
Domestic Dial
Pager
Speech Dialler
Option Œ
Contact ID - If this option is set for the telephone number, the panel will send a Contact ID
message to a Central Station.
Option •
Domestic Dial - If this option is set for the telephone number, the panel is expecting to dial a residential
telephone number when an alarm occurs. The message sent consists of a siren tone over the phone to
alert the person called that an alarm is in progress. The alarm can be cancelled by the person called by
pressing any button on a touch tone phone during the quiet period. If the alarm is cancelled by a valid
user code the dialler will stop any further calls
Option Ž
Pager - Report alarm events using Arrowhead "Pager" format. This format utilises Telstra’s pager
network to post numeric messages to a compatible pager. (NOTE: The client account number should not
start with a “0”)
Option •
Speech Dialer - If the optional speech board is fitted to the panel, then selecting this option for the
telephone number will allow voice messages that you record, to be sent via the telephone following an
alarm.
Note: 242 through 244 are as above but apply to Telephone # 2-4
Telephone Number Reporting Options
This block of addresses (181 - 184) are used to set the reporting options for each telephone number
181-Telephone #1 Options
Œ
•
Ž
•
•
‘
’
“
Stop if Kissed Off - Default on
Monitor Call Progress - Default on
Blind Dial - Default on
Use Group Codes or Multiple Accounts - Default off
Send Restores - Default on
Send test Call to Central Station - Default off
Spare - Default off
Spare - Default off
Option Œ
Stop if Kissed Off– If this option is turned on for the telephone number, the dialler will stop sending the
alarm if the signal is kissed off and will not proceed with any other telephone numbers for that event. If not
kissed off the dialler will continue for the maximum dial re-tries then cease reporting the alarm. If the
event is not kissed off and the maximum re-tries limit is reached then the event is marked as unsent and
will be added to the next event that causes the dialler to report. If this option is not turned on, the dialler
will send the event for the maximum re-tries count or until kissed off but it will then proceed with any other
telephone numbers also programmed.
Option •
Monitor Call Progress - Monitor call progress means that the dialler Monitors the status of the dial tone
to determine whether the call is valid or not. If the call is not valid, ie Engaged, the panel will know and
hang up the call and try again.
Option Ž
Blind Dial - When the dialler makes a call it looks for dial tone before making the call. If no dial tone is
detected the panel hangs up and attempts another call. The panel will do this 3 times and if dial tone is
still not detected it will make the call anyway. If blind dial is on, the panel skips the dial tone detection and
dials 2 seconds after looping the line. (used where non standard or low level dial tone exists)
Option •
Use Separate Accounts or Group Number - When sending an alarm using Contact ID, the panel can
either send separate account codes to report the two partitions or, use one account code (Partition A) and
use the group number to identify the two partitions.
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Option •
Option ’
Send Restores - When an alarm is generated the panel automatically sends a restore when the alarm
is reset. If the Central Station does not want restores they may be turned off with this option.
Spare - Default off
Option “
Spare - Default off
Option ‘
Send Test call to Central Station - The automatic daily test call to a Central Station can be disabled if
not required by turning off this option.
Note: 182 through 184 are as above but applied to telephone numbers 2-4
Maximum Dial Attempts per Telephone Number
The addresses (245-248) are used to select the maximum number of dial attempts the panel will make for each
telephone number
245
246
247
248)
Maximum Dial Attempts for Ph # 1 - Value 0-99 (Default = 20)
Maximum Dial Attempts for Ph # 2 - Value 0-99 (Default = 20)
Maximum Dial Attempts for Ph # 3 - Value 0-99 (Default = 20)
Maximum Dial Attempts for Ph # 4 - Value 0-99 (Default = 20)
MISCELLANEOUS PANEL OPTIONS
This address (170) is used to select optional miscellaneous panel functions.
170
Œ
•
Ž
•
•
‘
’
“
Panel Tamper NC or EOL - Default off
Installer Lockout - Default off
Disable Mains Fail Test - Default off
Zones aren’t Force Armable - Default off
No audible keypad beep on supervised Wireless fault - Default off
No audible keypad beep for zone Inactivity Timeout - Default off
“Control” button disables Chime Zones - Default off
Silent 24 Hour Alarms (No keypad Buzzer) - Default off
Option Œ
Panel Tamper NC or EOL - The Tamper input on the PowerWave control board (Tmp) requires sealing
to clear the panel tamper alarm. If option 1 is on the panel must see a 2k2 resistor (EOL) across the
Tmp & 0V terminals to ensure the tamper is sealed. If this option is turned off the a simple short circuit
(NC) is all that is required to seal the panel tamper.
Option •
Installer Lockout - Normally, if the panel is unset and powered up with the panel tamper open (in
alarm) then the panel will automatically go into installer program mode. If this option is on, the panel will
not automatically go into program mode and the only valid method of accessing program mode is via the
installer code.
Option Ž
Disable Mains Fail Test - If the panel must be run off a DC supply but the supply is too low to be wired
into the AC terminals then this option completely disables the mains fail Monitoring so the panel will not
give a continuous system alarm.
Option •
Zones are not Force Armable - If this option is on then the panel can only be armed if all zones are
sealed (Bypassing those zones which can be ignored at Address 145)
Option •
No audible keypad beep on supervised radio fault - If a supervised wireless detector fails to send a
test signal within a preset period, an alarm will be generated. A supervised alarm will cause the system
LED on the keypad to flash. If this option is off then all keypad buzzers will also sound continuously to
warn of the problem. If this option is on, the buzzers will not sound on a supervised alarm but the system
LED will still flash.
Option ‘
No audible keypad beep on zone inactivity timeout - If a zone is set for inactivity monitoring
(Address) and it does not unseal at least once during the timeout period (Address 240) an alarm will be
generated. An inactivity timeout will cause the trouble LED on the keypad to flash and the zone led that
failed will be on solid. If this option is off then all keypad buzzers will sound continuously to warn of the
problem. If this option is on, the buzzers will not sound, instead the trouble LED will still flash.
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Option ’
“CONTROL” function disables Chime zones - This option will disable the Chime zone Monitoring
when “Control” is on. It is used to stop Chime zone beeps from occurring at the keypad or operating an
output when not needed. To initiate the “Control” function the operator must press The “Control” button
followed by the “Program” button. When the “Control” function is On the Program LED will flash.
Option “
Silent 24 Hour Alarms (No keypad Buzzer) - If this option is on then any 24 hour alarms (Address
129,140 or 141) will not cause the keypad buzzer to sound i.e. silent alarm.
Setting Real Time Clock
The Real Time Clock is used to Time & Date stamp the events in the Event Buffer. Ensure this is set correctly at the
time of installation so that the events have the proper time and date associated with them. The clock is programmed
in 24 hour format (e.g. 00:00-23:59).
401
403
405
406
407
Real Time Clock Hour/Minute - Value 0-2359
Real Time Clock Day of Week - Value 1-7 (where 1 = Sunday, 2 = Monday, 3 = Tuesday, etc)
Real Time Clock Date - Value 1-31
Real Time Clock Month - Value 1-12
Real Time Clock Year - Value 0-99
Default Entire Panel
620) Restore Factory Defaults
Default Selected Parts of Panel
621
622
623
624
625
Default User Codes
Default Addresses 20-199
Default Addresses 200-399
Default Addresses 500-599
Default Wireless Detectors & Remote Controls
Clear Alarm Memory
626
Clear Alarm Memory Buffer
Walk Test Mode
This address (627) is used to enable walk-test mode while in installer program mode. When entering this address,
the keypad buzzer will beep at 1 second intervals to indicate walk-test mode is active. By walking past all of the
detectors connected to the system and activating them, the associated zone light will latch up at the keypad to allow
verification that all zones are working properly. By pressing the “Program” or “Enter” buttons, walk-test mode can be
terminated and normal programming resumed.
627
Walk-test Mode
Write to EEPROM Programming Board
This address (628) is used to copy the panels program configuration to an external EEProm memory card which can
be plugged into the expansion socket on the control board. An onboard Jumper can be removed to stop the re-writing
of data.
628
Write to EEPROM (DTU) Board
Read from EEPROM Programming Board
This address (629) is used to return the panels program configuration from an external EEProm memory card which
can be plugged into the expansion socket on the control board. An onboard Jumper can be removed to stop the rewriting of data.
629
Read from EEPROM Programming Board
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PROGRAM SUMMARY GUIDE
(In Numerical Order)
The following program summary is an abbreviated version of all the PowerWave-8 program addresses. This is
intended as a quick guide to finding a program address. The program addresses are in numerical order with page
references beside them so you can get more detailed information if required.
User Codes
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
User Code # 1 - Default = 123
User Code # 2
User Code # 3
User Code # 4
User Code # 5
User Code # 6
User Code # 7
User Code # 8
User Code # 9
User Code # 10
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11
User Code # 11 - Installer Code (Default = 000000)
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User Code Access Levels
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Options Code # 1 (Default 1-8)
Options Code # 2 (Default 1-6)
Options Code # 3 (Default 1-6)
Options Code # 4 (Default 1-6)
Options Code # 5 (Default 1-6)
Options Code # 6 (Default 1-6)
Options Code # 7 (Default 1-6)
Options Code # 8 (Default 1-6)
Options Code # 9 (Default 1-6)
Options Code # 10 (Default 1-6)
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
Options for Output # 1 (Default None)
Options for Output # 2 (Default None)
Options for Output # 3 (Default None)
Options for Output # 4 (Default None)
Options for Output # 5 (Default None)
Options for Output # 6 (Default None)
Options for Output # 7 (Default None)
Options for Output # 8 (Default None)
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
Options for Output # 1 (Default 1,2,5)
Options for Output # 2 (Default 1,2,5)
Options for Output # 3 (Default 1,2,5)
Options for Output # 4 (Default 1,2,5)
Options for Output # 5 (Default 1,2,5)
Options for Output # 6 (Default 1,2,5)
Options for Output # 7 (Default 1,2,5)
Options for Output # 8 (Default 1,2,5)
51
52
53
54
55
Armed Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 1 (Default= All Zones)
Armed Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 2 (Default= All Zones)
Armed Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 3 (Default= All Zones)
Armed Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 4 (Default= All Zones)
Armed Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 5 (Default= All Zones)
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Œ = Assigned to Area “A”
• = Assigned to Area “B”
Ž = Code can Arm
• = Code can Disarm
• = Stay Mode Arm (if code required)
‘ = Code can disarm Stay Mode
’ = User can Change their Code
“ = User can Change other Codes
Output States
Π= Invert
• = Pulse
Ž = Single Pulse
• = Lockout Once Reset
• = Horn Speaker Driver to output
‘ = “Control” button operates output
’ = Output pulses for ‘24 Hour’ Alarms
“ = Chime zones linked to Pulse Timer
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24 Hour Output Options
Π= R/C Panic to Output
• = Keypad Panic to Output
Ž = Keypad Fire to Output
• = Keypad Medical to output
• = System Tamper to Output
‘ = Duress Alarm to Output
’ = Mains Fail to Output
“ = Battery Low to output
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‘Armed’ Zone Alarms To Outputs
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56
57
58
Armed Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 6 (Default= All Zones)
Armed Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 7 (Default= All Zones)
Armed Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 8 (Default= All Zones)
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Stay Zone Alarms To Outputs
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
Stay Mode Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 1 (Default= None
Stay Mode Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 2 (Default= All Zones)
Stay Mode Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 3 (Default= None)
Stay Mode Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 4 (Default= None)
Stay Mode Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 5 (Default= None)
Stay Mode Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 6 (Default= None)
Stay Mode Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 7 (Default= None)
Stay Mode Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 8 (Default= None)
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71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
24 Hour Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 1 (Default= None)
24 Hour Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 2 (Default= All Zones)
24 Hour Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 3 (Default= None)
24 Hour Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 4 (Default= None)
24 Hour Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 5 (Default= None)
24 Hour Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 6 (Default= None)
24 Hour Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 7 (Default= None)
24 Hour Zone Alarms 1-8 to Output # 8 (Default= None)
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Chime Zones 1-8 to Output # 1 (Default= None)
Chime Zones 1-8 to Output # 2 (Default= None)
Chime Zones 1-8 to Output # 3 (Default= None)
Chime Zones 1-8 to Output # 4 (Default= None)
Chime Zones 1-8 to Output # 5 (Default= None)
Chime Zones 1-8 to Output # 6 (Default= None)
Chime Zones 1-8 to Output # 7 (Default= None)
Chime Zones 1-8 to Output # 8 (Default= None)
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Zone Tamper 1-8 to Output # 1 (Default= 1-8)
Zone Tamper 1-8 to Output # 2 (Default= 1-8)
Zone Tamper 1-8 to Output # 3 (Default= 1-8)
Zone Tamper 1-8 to Output # 4 (Default= 1-8)
Zone Tamper 1-8 to Output # 5 (Default= 1-8)
Zone Tamper 1-8 to Output # 6 (Default= 1-8)
Zone Tamper 1-8 to Output # 7 (Default= 1-8)
Zone Tamper 1-8 to Output # 8 (Default= 1-8)
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R/C Button 1-8 to Output # 1 (Default= None)
R/C Button 1-8 to Output # 2 (Default= None)
R/C Button 1-8 to Output # 3 (Default= None)
R/C Button 1-8 to Output # 4 (Default= None)
R/C Button 1-8 to Output # 5 (Default= None)
R/C Button 1-8 to Output # 6 (Default= None)
R/C Button 1-8 to Output # 7 (Default= None)
R/C Button 1-8 to Output # 8 (Default= None)
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Temporary Output Disable - Output 1-8
24 Hour Zone Alarms To Outputs
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Chime Zones To Outputs
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Zone Tampers To Outputs
R/C Buttons To Outputs
Temporary Output Disable
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Keypad/Keyswitch Option Partition “A”
110
Partition “A” Options
(Default= 4 & 5)
110 Options
Π= Arm Button Required Before Code to Set
• = Stay Button Required Before Code to Set Stay Mode
Ž = Code required to Set
• = Arm Button can disarm during Exit Delay
• = Stay Button can disarm Stay Mode at any time
‘ = No Exit beeps to Keypads in Stay Mode
’ = Enable Key-switch
“ = Key-switch Mode
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Chirps & Flashes-Partition “A”
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112
113
114
115
116
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118
Area “A” Opt. O/P # 1 (Default= None)
Area “A” Opt. O/P # 2 (Default= None
Area “A” Opt. O/P # 3 (Default= None)
Area “A” Opt. O/P # 4 (Default= None)
Area “A” Opt. O/P # 5 (Default= None)
Area “A” Opt. O/P # 6 (Default= None)
Area “A” Opt. O/P # 7 (Default= None)
Area “A” Opt. O/P # 8 (Default= None)
Π= Arm Status to Output
• = Stay Arm Status to Output
Ž = Disarm Status to Output
• = R/C Chirps on Arm
• = R/C Chirps on Stay Mode Arm
‘ = R/C Chirps on Disarming
’ = Pulse on Arming to Output
“ = Pulse on Disarming to Output
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Keypad/Keyswitch Option Partition “B”
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Partition “B” Options
(Default= 4 & 5)
Π= Arm Button Required Before Code to Set
• = Stay Button Required Before Code to Set Stay Mode
Ž = Code required to Set
• = Arm Button can disarm during Exit Delay
• = Stay Button can disarm Stay Mode at any time
‘ = No Exit beeps to Keypads in Stay Mode
’ = Enable Key-switch
“ = Key-switch Mode
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Chirps & Flashes-Partition “B”
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122
123
124
125
126
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128
Area “B” Opt. O/P # 1 (Default= None)
Area “B” Opt. O/P # 2 (Default= None)
Area “B” Opt. O/P # 3 (Default= None)
Area “B” Opt. O/P # 4 (Default= None)
Area “B” Opt. O/P # 5 (Default= None)
Area “B” Opt. O/P # 6 (Default= None)
Area “B” Opt. O/P # 7 (Default= None)
Area “B” Opt. O/P # 8 (Default= None)
130
Single EOL or Zone Doubling - Value 1-8 (Default = 1-4 On, 4 Zone panel with 2k2 EOL)
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131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
24 Hour Fire Zone
Partition “A” Zones
Partition “B” Zones
Zone is NC or NO
Wireless Zones
Zone is Bypassable
Auto-Isolate Zone
Handover Zone
Pulse Count on Zone
Stay Mode Zone
Π= Arm Status to Output
• = Stay Arm Status to Output
Ž = Disarm Status to Output
• = R/C Chirps (2) on Arm
• = R/C Chirps (2) on Stay Mode Arm
‘ = R/C Chirps (4)_on Disarming
’ = Pulse on Arming to Output
“ = Pulse on Disarming to Output
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Programming Zone Doubling & EOL Options
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Programming Zone Options
Zones 1-8 ( Default = No zones)
Zones 1-8 ( Default = All zones)
Zones 1-8 ( Default = No zones)
Zones 1-8 ( Default = All zones are NC)
Zones 1-8 ( Default = No zones)
Zones 1-8 ( Default = All zones)
Zones 1-8 ( Default = All zones)
Zones 1-8 ( Default = No zones)
Zones 1-8 ( Default = No zones)
Zones 1-8 ( Default = Zone 1)
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24 Hour Zone
Non-Latching 24 Hour Zone
Swinger Shutdown
Chime Zone (when disarmed)
Permanent Chime Zone
Force Arm Zone
Send Zone Bypasses to C.S.
Send Multiple Alarms to C.S.
Send Zone Tampers to C.S.
Common Zones Report to Area B Account
Zones with Inactivity Timer
Zones 1-8 ( Default = No zones)
Zones 1-8 ( Default = No zones)
Zones 1-8 ( Default = No zones)
Zones 1-8 ( Default = No zones)
Zones 1-8 ( Default = No zones)
Zones 1-8 ( Default = No zones)
Zones 1-8 ( Default = All zones)
Zones 1-8 ( Default = All zones)
Zones 1-8 ( Default = All zones)
Zones 1-8 ( Default = No zones)
Zones 1-8 ( Default = No zones)
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153
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158
R/C Button # 1 Opt (Default= 1,3,4)
R/C Button # 2 Opt (Default= 1,3,4)
R/C Button # 3 Opt (Default= 1,3,4)
R/C Button # 4 Opt (Default= 1,3,4)
R/C Button # 5 Opt (Default= 1,3,4)
R/C Button # 6 Opt (Default= 1,3,4)
R/C Button # 7 Opt (Default= 1,3,4)
R/C Button # 8 Opt (Default= 1,3,4)
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R/C Button # 1 Options (Default= None)
R/C Button # 2 Options (Default= None) Π= R/C Button Can Turn Output On
R/C Button # 3 Options (Default= None) • = R/C Button Can Turn Output Off
R/C Button # 4 Options (Default= None) Ž = Visonic Powercode Battery Low
R/C Button # 5 Options (Default= None) • = Spare
R/C Button # 6 Options (Default= None) • = Send Panic Alarm Through Dialler
R/C Button # 7 Options (Default= None) ‘ = Causes Immediate Panic
R/C Button # 8 Options (Default= None) ’ = Causes Delayed Panic ( 1.5 Sec)
“ = Ness Battery Low
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Remote Control Arm/Disarm Options
Œ = Assigned to Area “A”
• = Assigned to Area “B”
Ž = Can Arm Area
• = Can Disarm Area
• = Can arm Stay Mode
‘ = Can disarm Stay Mode
’ = Spare
“ = Disabled if Panel is in Alarm
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Remote Control Output Options
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Miscellaneous Panel Options
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Misc. Panel Options # 1
(Default= 3)
170
Misc. Panel Options # 2
(Default= None)
Œ = Turn KP LED’s when Armed
• = Keypad “Panic” Button instant or delayed
Ž = Direct access to program mode for the installer code.
Π= Panel Tamper NC or EOL
• = Installer Lockout
Ž = Disable Mains Fail Test
• = Arm only if Sealed
• = No audible keypad beep on supervised Wireless fault
‘ = No audible keypad beep on Zone Inactivity Timeout
’ = “Control” Button Disables Chime Zones
“ = Silent 24 Hour Zone (No Keypad Beep)
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Keypad Partition
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172
Keypads Assigned To Partition “A” - Value Keypad 1-8 (Default= All Keypads)
Keypads Assigned To Partition “B” - Value Keypad 1-8 (Default= No Keypads)
173
Keypads with Panic Button Enabled - Value Keypad 1-8 (Default= All Keypads)
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Keypads with 1 & 3 Panic Function Enabled - Value Keypad 1-8 (Default= No Keypads)
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Keypads with Panic Button Enabled
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Keypads with 1&3 Panic Enabled
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Panic Operates Keypad Buzzer
175
Panic Beep to Keypad Enabled - Value Keypad 1-8 (Default= All Keypads)
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Keypads with 4 & 6 Fire Function Enabled - Value Keypad 1-8 (Default= No Keypads)
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Fire Beep to Keypad Enabled - Value Keypad 1-8 (Default= No Keypads)
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Keypads with 7 & 9 Medical Function Enabled - Value Keypad 1-8 (Default= No Keypads)
179
Medical Beep to Keypad Enabled - Value Keypad 1-8 (Default= No Keypads)
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Stay Button can Disarm when in Stay Mode - Value Keypad 1-8 (Default 1&4)
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Keypads with 4&6 Fire Enabled
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Fire Beep to Keypad Enabled
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Keypads with 7&9 Medical Enabled
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Medical Beep to Keypad Enabled
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Stay Button can Disarm when in Stay Mode Enabled
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Telephone Number Dialling Options
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182
183
184
Options for Telephone # 1
Options for Telephone # 2
Options for Telephone # 3
Options for Telephone # 4
185
Dialler options
186
Dialler Options 1
187
Dialler Options 2
(Default =1,2,5)
(Default =1,2,5)
(Default =1,2,5)
(Default =1,2,5)
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Π= Stop Dialling if Kissed off
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• = Monitor Call Progress
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Ž = Blind Dial
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• = Use Group Numbers for Contact ID
• = Send Restores
‘ = Send Test Calls
’ = Spare
“ = Spare
Dialler Programming Options
(Default = 7)
Π= Dialler ON
• = Fax Defeat (Double Call)
Ž = Disable Telephone Line Monitoring
• = Spare • = Spare ‘ = Spare
’ = Auto Detect Modem Mode
“ = Bell 103 or V21
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Dialler Reporting Options 1
(Default = All)
Π= Report Duress Alarm
• = Report Mains Fail
Ž = Report Battery low
• = Report Wireless Detector Battery Low
• = Report System Tamper
‘ = Report Line Fail
’ = Report Supervised Wireless Alarm
“ = Report Zone Inactivity Alarm
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Dialler Reporting Options 2
(Default = All)
Π= Report Manual Panic Alarm
• = Report Manual Fire Alarm
Ž = Report Manual Medical Alarm
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Dialler Reporting Options 3
188
Dialler Options 3
(Default = 1,2)
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Keypad Listen-in Options
190
Output # 1 Listen-in Options
201
202
203
204
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206
207
208
Output 1 Delay ON Time - Value 0-255 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec)
Output 2 Delay ON Time - Value 0-255 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec)
Output 3 Delay ON Time - Value 0-255 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec)
Output 4 Delay ON Time - Value 0-255 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec)
Output 5 Delay ON Time - Value 0-255 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec)
Output 6 Delay ON Time - Value 0-255 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec)
Output 7 Delay ON Time - Value 0-255 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec)
Output 8 Delay ON Time - Value 0-255 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec)
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210
Partition “A” Chime Mode to KP Buzzer Time - Value 0-99 1/10 Seconds (Default ; 20 =2 Sec) Page 28
Partition “B” Chime Mode to KP Buzzer Time - Value 0-99 1/10 Seconds (Default ; 20 =2 Sec) Page 28
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Output 1 Chime Mode ON Time - Value 0-99 1/10 Seconds (Default ; 20 =2 Sec)
Output 2 Chime Mode ON Time - Value 0-99 1/10 Seconds (Default ; 20 =2 Sec)
Output 3 Chime Mode ON Time - Value 0-99 1/10 Seconds (Default ; 20 =2 Sec)
Output 4 Chime Mode ON Time - Value 0-99 1/10 Seconds (Default ; 20 =2 Sec)
Output 5 Chime Mode ON Time - Value 0-99 1/10 Seconds (Default ; 20 =2 Sec)
Output 6 Chime Mode ON Time - Value 0-99 1/10 Seconds (Default ; 20 =2 Sec)
Output 7 Chime Mode ON Time - Value 0-99 1/10 Seconds (Default ; 20 =2 Sec)
Output 8 Chime Mode ON Time - Value 0-99 1/10 Seconds (Default ; 20 =2 Sec)
Π= Report Open/Close
• = Report Stay Mode Open Close
Ž = Report ‘Open after Alarm’
• = Report Stay Mode ‘Open after Alarm’
• = Report 24 Hour Alarms when set to Domestic /voice mode
‘ = Send Open immediate or after exit delay
’ = Report Zone alarms in Stay Mode
“ = Spare
Keypad Listen-in Options
(Default = 1-7)
Π= Enabled During Dialling in Disarm State only
• = Enabled During Dialling in Armed State only
Ž = Enabled During Dialling in Stay Mode State only
• = Enabled Throughout the call in Disarm State only
• = Enabled Throughout the call in Armed State only
‘ = Enabled Throughout the call in Stay Mode State only
’ = Listen-in Enabled when the panel answers a call
“ = Enabled at All Times
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Output # 1 Listen-in Options
(Default = None)
Π= Enabled During Dialling in Disarm State only
• = Enabled During Dialling in Armed State only
Ž = Enabled During Dialling in Stay Mode State only
• = Enabled Throughout the call in Disarm State only
• = Enabled Throughout the call in Armed State only
‘ = Enabled Throughout the call in Stay Mode State only
’ = Listen-in Enabled when the panel answers a call
“ = Enabled at All Times
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Output Delay ON time
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Chime Mode to Keypad Buzzer Timer
Output Chime Mode Time
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Programming Exit Delays
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Partition “A” Exit Delay Time - Value 0-255 Seconds (Default = 20 Sec)
Partition “B” Exit Delay Time - Value 0-255 Seconds (Default = 20 Sec)
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Output Pulse Time
221
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225
226
227
228
Output 1 Pulse Time - Value 0-99 1/10 Seconds (Default ; 20 =2 Sec)
Output 2 Pulse Time - Value 0-99 1/10 Seconds (Default ; 20 =2 Sec)
Output 3 Pulse Time - Value 0-99 1/10 Seconds (Default ; 20 =2 Sec)
Output 4 Pulse Time - Value 0-99 1/10 Seconds (Default ; 20 =2 Sec)
Output 5 Pulse Time - Value 0-99 1/10 Seconds (Default ; 20 =2 Sec)
Output 6 Pulse Time - Value 0-99 1/10 Seconds (Default ; 20 =2 Sec)
Output 7 Pulse Time - Value 0-99 1/10 Seconds (Default ; 20 =2 Sec)
Output 8 Pulse Time - Value 0-99 1/10 Seconds (Default ; 20 =2 Sec)
229
Zone Pulse Count Timer - Value 0-255 Seconds (Default = 60 Sec)
230
Duress Digit - Value 1-9 (Default = 0 Duress Function Disabled)
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238
Options for Zone # 1 (Default= 0)
Options for Zone # 2 (Default= 0)
Options for Zone # 3 (Default= 0)
Options for Zone # 4 (Default= 0)
Options for Zone # 5 (Default= 0)
Options for Zone # 6 (Default= 0)
Options for Zone # 7 (Default= 0)
Options for Zone # 8 (Default= 0)
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Zone Pulse Count Timer
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Duress Digit
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Wireless Detector Options
0 = For Unknown Devices - no low batt or Tmp
1 = Crow AE Series Battery low
2 = Crow AE Radio Reed Switch
3 = Crow Merlin PIR (supervised signal ignored)
4 = Crow Merlin PIR (supervised signal active)
11 = Ness Devices battery Low
12 = Ness Radio Reed Switch
21 = Electronics Line ‘Cougar’ Wireless PIR
(“ON” = Switch 1, “OFF” = Switch 2, 3 & 4)
31 = Visonic K900 Wireless PIR
32 = Visonic Powercode (supervised signal ignored)
33 = Visonic Powercode (supervised signal active)
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Wireless Detector Supervision Timer
239
Wireless Detector Supervision Timer - 0-255 Minutes (Default = 240 Minutes)
240
Zone Inactivity Timer - 0-255 Hours (Default = 120 Hours)
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Zone Inactivity Timer
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Dialling Protocol
Π= Contact ID
• = Domestic Dial
Ž= Pager
•= Speech Dialler
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243
244
Phone # 1 (Default= 1)
Phone # 2 (Default= None)
Phone # 3 (Default= None)
Phone # 4 (Default= None)
245
246
247
248
Maximum re-Tries for PH No. 1 - Value 0-99 (Default
Maximum re-Tries for PH No. 2 - Value 0-99 (Default
Maximum re-Tries for PH No. 3 - Value 0-99 (Default
Maximum re-Tries for PH No. 4 - Value 0-99 (Default
249
Auto-Answer Ring Count - Value 0-99 (Default = 25)
250
Start of DTMF Telephone Control Messages - Value 0-99 (Default = 0)
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Maximum Dialling Attempts per Phone Number
= 20)
= 20)
= 20)
= 20)
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Auto-Answer Ring Count
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Start Message Number for DTMF Telephone Control
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Programming Voice Board Messages
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
Zone 1 Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Zone 2 Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Zone 3 Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Zone 4 Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Zone 5 Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Zone 6 Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Zone 7 Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Zone 8 Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Panic Alarm Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Fire Alarm Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Medical Alarm Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
Battery Low Voice Message Number - (Default = 1)
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303
304
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306
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308
Zone 1 Entry Delay Time - Value 0-255 Seconds (Default = 20 Sec)
Zone 2 Entry Delay Time - Value 0-255 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec)
Zone 3 Entry Delay Time - Value 0-255 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec)
Zone 4 Entry Delay Time - Value 0-255 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec)
Zone 5 Entry Delay Time - Value 0-255 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec)
Zone 6 Entry Delay Time - Value 0-255 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec)
Zone 7 Entry Delay Time - Value 0-255 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec)
Zone 8 Entry Delay Time - Value 0-255 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec)
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313
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317
318
Output 1 Reset Time - Value 0-9999 Seconds (Default = 300 Sec = 5 minutes)
Output 2 Reset Time - Value 0-9999 Seconds (Default = 0 Sec = Latching)
Output 3 Reset Time - Value 0-9999 Seconds (Default = 300 Sec = 5 minutes)
Output 4 Reset Time - Value 0-9999 Seconds (Default = 0)
Output 5 Reset Time - Value 0-9999 Seconds (Default = 0)
Output 6 Reset Time - Value 0-9999 Seconds (Default = 0)
Output 7 Reset Time - Value 0-9999 Seconds (Default = 0)
Output 8 Reset Time - Value 0-9999 Seconds (Default = 0)
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Entry Delays
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Output Reset Time
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Mains Fail Reporting Delay
319
Mains Fail Reporting Delay - Value 0-9999 Seconds (Default = 600 Sec)
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322
323
324
325
326
327
328
Contact ID Code for Zone 1 (Default=130)
Contact ID Code for Zone 2 (Default=130)
Contact ID Code for Zone 3 (Default=130)
Contact ID Code for Zone 4 (Default=130)
Contact ID Code for Zone 5 (Default=130)
Contact ID Code for Zone 6 (Default=130)
Contact ID Code for Zone 7 (Default=130)
Contact ID Code for Zone 8 (Default=130)
329
Keypad Panic (“Panic” or “1&3”) Contact ID Code (Default=120)
330
Keypad Fire (4&6) Contact ID Code (Default=110)
331
Keypad Medical (7&9) Contact ID Code (Default=100)
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Zone Contact ID Reporting Code
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Keypad Panic Alarm Contact ID Reporting Code
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Keypad Fire Alarm Contact ID Reporting Code
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Keypad Medical Alarm Contact ID Reporting Code
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Voice Board DTMF Telephone Control Codes
334
335
336
337
DTMF Telephone Control Code for Area “A” - 4 Digits (Default = 0)
DTMF Telephone Control Code for Area “A” - 4 Digits (Default = 0)
DTMF Telephone Control Code for Outputs - 4 Digits (Default = 0)
DTMF Telephone Control Code to turn on Microphone - 4 Digits (Default = 0)
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Setting Real Time Clock
401
403
405
406
407
Real Time Hour/Minute - Value 0-2359
Real Time Day of Week - Value 1-7 (1=Sunday, 2=Monday ,etc)
Real Time Clock Date - Value 1-31
Real Time Clock Month - Value 1-12
Real Time Clock Year - Value 0-99
402
404)
405)
Test Call Hour/Minute - Value 0-2359
Test Call Days of the Week - Value 1-7 (1=Sunday, 2= Monday, etc)
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Test Call Time of Day
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Daylight Saving settings: NOT available in V8.64 panels and above
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
Daylight Saving Start Sunday - Value 0-5 - Default = 1 (0=daylight saving start time disabled)
Daylight Saving Start Month - Value 1-12 - Default = 10
Daylight Saving Start Hour - Value 0-23 - Default = 2
Daylight Saving End Sunday - Value 0-5 - Default = 3 (0=daylight saving end time disabled)
Daylight Saving End Month - Value 1-12 - Default = 3
Daylight Saving End Hour - Value 0-23 - Default = 2
Daylight Saving is Active (If LED #1 is On, Daylight Saving is currently active)
Telephone Numbers
501
502
503
504
Telephone Number # 1
Telephone Number # 2
Telephone Number # 3
Telephone Number # 4
- Value 1-16 Digits
- Value 1-16 Digits
- Value 1-16 Digits
- Value 1-16 Digits
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Upload/Download Panel Code
505) Upload/Download Site Code Number - 8 Characters (Default = None)
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Contact ID Account Numbers
506
507
Contact ID Partition “A” Account Code Number - 4 Digits (Default = 0000)
Contact ID Partition “B” Account Code Number - 4 Digits (Default = 0000)
601
602
603
604
605
606
607
608
Learn Mode for Zone
Learn Mode for Zone
Learn Mode for Zone
Learn Mode for Zone
Learn Mode for Zone
Learn Mode for Zone
Learn Mode for Zone
Learn Mode for Zone
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Wireless Detector Learning
#1
#2
#3
#4
#5
#6
#7
#8
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Remote Control Button Learning
611
612
613
614
615
616
617
618
Learn Mode for Button # 1
Learn Mode for Button # 2
Learn Mode for Button # 3
Learn Mode for Button # 4
Learn Mode for Button # 5
Learn Mode for Button # 6
Learn Mode for Button # 7
Learn Mode for Button # 8
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Default Entire Panel
620
Restore All Factory Defaults
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Default Selected Parts of Panel
621
622
623
624
625)
Default User Codes
Default Addresses 20-199
Default Addresses 200-399
Default Addresses 500-599
Default Wireless Detectors & Remote Controls
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Clear Alarm Memory Buffer
626
Clear Alarm Memory Buffer
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Walk Test Mode
627
Walk Test Mode
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628
Write to EEPROM Board
Write to EEPROM Board
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Read from EEPROM Board
629
Read from EEPROM Board
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Contact ID Code Summary
In addition to the programmable Contact ID code assignments defined at Addresses 321-331, there are a number of
event codes with extensions pre-defined as listed below. This extensions list is for your reference only and can not be
re-assigned.
Event
Code
Extension
Comment
Cabinet Tamper
Zone Tamper - Low (short circuit)
137
137
000
001 to 004
Panel & Sat Tamper etc
Zone Input 1-4
Zone Tamper - High (open circuit)
137
005 to 008
Zone Input 1-4
Keypad Panic (or 1&3)
120
Keypad Fire (4&6)
110
Keypad Medical (7&9)
100
Arm by "ARM” key (Quick Arm)
408
000
Arm by user code
401
001
User #1
Arm by Remote Control Button
through to
407
010
001
user #10
Button 1 (User #1)
Arm by Telephone Control (remote set)
through to
401
008
090
Button 8 (User #8)
Telephone Control user
Arm by Keyswitch
409
001
Area “A” Keyswitch Arm/Disarm
409
002
Area “B” Keyswitch Arm/Disarm
Arm by Up/Download
401
99
Remote User Number
Remote Control Panic
120
001
Remote Control Button #1
008
Remote Control Button #8
Wireless PIR / Reed Switch Activation
130
001
Zone 1
System Battery Low
through to
302
008
000
Zone 8
Control Panel Battery low
Mains Fail
301
000
230v mains to control panel lost
Wireless PIR / Reed Switch Battery Low
384
001
Zone 1
Wireless PIR Supervised Alarm
through to
381
008
001
Zone 8
Zone 1
through to
391
through to
384
008
001
008
021
Zone 8
Zone 1
Zone 8
R/C Button #1
TEST Calls
through to
602
022
023
028
000
R/C Button #2
R/C Button #3
R/C Button #8
24 hour test
Zone Bypasses
570
001
Bypass Zone 1
Phone Line Failure
through to
351
008
000
Bypass Zone 8
Reported when line is restored
Stay Mode (part set)
441
000
Arm by “Stay” Button
001
User 1
010
001
008
User 10
Duress at Keypad #1
Duress at keypad #8
Zone Inactivity Alarm
Remote Control Battery Low
Duress Alarm
through to
121
through to
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Product Warranty
CROW (AUSTRALIA) P/L WARRANTY
(Crow) warrants this product to be free from defects in materials and
workmanship under normal use and service for a period of one year from the
last day of the week and year whose numbers are printed on the printed
circuit board inside his product.
Crow’s obligation is limited to repairing or replacing this product, at its option,
free of charge for materials or labor, if it is proved to be defective in materials
or workmanship under normal use and service. Crow shall have no obligation
under this Limited Warranty or otherwise if the product is altered or improperly
repaired or serviced by anyone other then Crow.
There are no warranties, expressed or implied, of merchantability or fitness for
a particular purpose or otherwise, which extend beyond the description on the
face hereof. In no case shall Crow be liable to anyone for any consequential or
incidental damages for breach of this or any other warranty, expressed or
implied, or upon any other basis of liability whatsoever, even if the loss or
damage is caused by Crow’s own negligence or fault.
Crow does not represent that this product can not be compromised or
circumvented; that this product will prevent any person injury or property loss
or damage by burglary, robbery, fire or otherwise; or that this product will in all
cases provide adequate warning or protection. Purchaser understands that a
properly installed and maintained product can only reduce the risk of burglary,
robbery or other events occurring without providing an alarm, but it is not
insurance or a guarantee that such will not occur or that there will be no personal
injury or property loss or damage as a result. Consequently, Crow shall have no
liability for any personal injury, property damage or any other loss based on claim
that this product failed to give any warning. However, if Crow is held liable,
whether directly or indirectly, for any loss or damage arising under this limited
warranty or otherwise, regardless of cause or origin, Crow’s maximum liability
shall not in any case exceed the purchase price of this product, which
shall be the COMPLETE AND EXCLUSIVE remedy against Crow.
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Crow Power Wave 8, Version 8.64 Control Communicator Installation Guide
1 - October - 2002
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