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TABLE OF CONTENTS
MINI-TRACER
G E N E R A L INFORMATION ..............................................................................................................................
EXTRA FUNCTIONS AND FEATURES.......................................................................................................................
CONNECTIONS ..........................................................................................................................................................
WIRELESS DETECTOR AND REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION..........................................................................
- PROGRAMMING ..................................................................................................................................
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INSTALLER SYSTEM PROGRAMMING:
-SYSTEM OPTION REGISTERS .........................................................................................................................
OPTION REGISTER 1..................................................................................................................................
OPTION REGISTER 2..................................................................................................................................
OPTION REGISTER 8..................................................................................................................................
- ENTRY EXIT DELAY .........................................................................................................................................
- CHECK-IN INTERVAL........................................................................................................................................
- SIREN DURATION ............................................................................................................................................
- REPEATER ALLOCATION ................................................................................................................................
- WIRELESS EQUIPMENT CODING .................................................................................................................
SETTING AND DISPLAYING.......................................................................................................................
SELF LEARNING THE CODE .....................................................................................................................
- RESPONSE TELEPHONE NUMBERS ............................................................................................................
- RADIO TRANSMITTER/ TELE-COMMUNICATOR (SUBSCRIBER CODE) ...................................................
- CIRCUIT (ZONE) OPTIONS
WITH SIREN ..............................................................................................................................................
OPEN/CLOSE ............................................................................................................................................
ALARM/RESTORE ....................................................................................................................................
PRESET PATTERNS A,B,C, AND D .........................................................................................................
REPORTING ..............................................................................................................................................
ALWAYS ACTIVE (24HR) ..........................................................................................................................
PRESET PATTERNS A,B,C, AND D ..........................................................................................................
ENTRY/EXIT ..............................................................................................................................................
ACTIVE WIRELESS ZONES ....................................................................................................................
ACTIVE PERIMETER SECTIONS .............................................................................................................
WIRELESS SUPERVISION TEST .............................................................................................................
- SECTIONAL PERIMETER INTRUSION (SPI) SYSTEM ...................................................................................
PRESET PATTERNS A,B,C, AND D ..........................................................................................................
SENSITIVITY...............................................................................................................................................
ARMING .....................................................................................................................................................
- EVENT MEMORY LOGGING/ DISPLAYING ....................................................................................................
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INSTALLER KEYPAD PROGRAMMING:
S ETTING INDIVIDUAL KEYPAD ID NUMBER ........................................................................................
LOCAL BLEEPER FUNCTION ENABLE ....................................................................................................
CHANGING INSTALLER PASSWORD .......................................................................................................
CHANGING SYSTEM ID OF THE KEYPAD .............................................................................................
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ERASING SYSTEM MEMORIES:
ERASING (DEFAULTING) THE CONTROL PANEL MEMORY ..................................................................
ERASING (DEFAULTING) THE KEYPAD MEMORY ..................................................................................
CONTROL PANEL MEMORY .....................................................................................................................
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CONNECTIONS 1:
MAINS .........................................................................................................................................................
BATTERY ....................................................................................................................................................
KEYPADS ....................................................................................................................................................
SECTIONAL PERIMETER INTRUSION (SPI) SYSTEM .............................................................................
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RADIO TRANSMITTER ANTENNA .............................................................................................................
EXPANDER BOARD MODULE .................................................................................................................
RADIO RECEIVER FOR WIRELESS EQUIPMENT ....................................................................................
REMOTE LED INDICATOR ..........................................................................................................................
NORMALLY OPEN / NORMALLY CLOSED ZONES ..................................................................................
CONNECTIONS 2:
END OF LINE RESISTORS ........................................................................................................................
SECURITY LIGHTS.....................................................................................................................................
SIREN .......................................................................................................................................................
BUZZER ......................................................................................................................................................
KEY-SWITCH / WIRED PANIC BUTTON ...................................................................................................
TAMPER ......................................................................................................................................................
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SUMMARY OF ALL KEY PAD ENTRIES ................................................................................... Appendix A
NOTES ...................................................................................................................................... Appendix B
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MINI - T R A C E R
Radio Alarm Control Panel
MARCH 2007
GENERAL FEATURES:
The "MINI-TRACER" is a microprocessor based ALARM PANEL designed to perform all the functions
associated with the monitoring of alarm conditions, in both wired and wireless environment, and subsequent
transmission by Radio to a REMOTE MONITORING CONTROL ROOM.
The "MINI-TRACER" not only conforms with SAIDSA specifications but offers many more features
which are not available in traditional alarm panels.
The "MINI-TRACER" is capable of reporting the condition of all 6 zones in one transmission giving the full
current status of the alarm panel
These features make the "MINI-TRACER" a versatile, efficient and most innovative ALARM CONTROL PANEL
- Supports 2 key pads and /or displays.
- 6 zones BOTH WIRED and /or 6 WIRELESS.
- Arm/disarm and warning selection via Keypad, Key-Switch or Remote Control
- Normal or multi-user operation ( 4 partitions).
- Remembers all selections during power failures and will resume from the last status.
- Supervised alarm circuits/zones with end of line resistors (2k7).
- Programmable "entry / exit delay" .
- Programmable siren activation on individual zones.
- UHF RADIO transmitter.
- Built-in battery 1.5 A charger for Stand-by 7 A/h battery (48 hrs autonomy on average installation ).
- Buzzer output for auxiliary signals (arm, disarm, battery-low etc....).
- EEPROM memory for retention of both options and code selections during "power-down".
- Optional wired panic button
- Optional input for key-switch operation
- Programmable silent PANIC alarm.
- Programmable reporting of battery low condition in each wireless sensor .
- Programmable reporting of system mains failure, mains restoral, system battery low and restoral.
- Programmable reporting of arm and disarm with user identification.
- Programmable Auto arming with optional entry-exit feature ( hands free).
- Subscriber ID code and options fully programmable by the installer.
- TEST transmission can be sent to control room via the remote control or keypad.
- Programmable "check-in" transmission from 1 to 250 hours.
- Four preset active levels “A, B, C, or D”
- Diagnostic for testing wireless devices.
- Easy programming and display of current options and settings .
- Programmable alarm reporting on individual zones.
- Each keypad can be switched off individually.
- Self Learning function for the Remote Control code and Wireless Detectors.
- Supports both Old and New report protocols and wireless codes.
- Quick setting of the four preset levels: “A, B ,C or D” to ARM
- Quick setting of the four preset levels: “A, B ,C or D” to WARN
- Keypad system security identification feature.
- Duress code.
- Tamper on Wireless Detectors
- Battery low on wireless detectors
- Wireless detectors Supervision
- Keypad wrong-code lockout
- 255 Event logging in non volatile memory.
- Zone “swinger” to automatically disable false triggering zones
- 6 sector perimeter expander interface, for SPI beams
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GENERAL INFORMATION
The "MINI-TRACER" is capable of monitoring BOTH WIRED and WIRE-LESS detector circuits at the same
time. A REMOTE PANIC BUTTON option is built in as a standard feature.
The "MINI-TRACER" will send an alarm/report whenever the following inputs are triggered:
- Any of the 6 wired active inputs.
- Any of the 6 wireless active inputs.
- Remote panic button.
- Supervisory signals such as:
- battery low in the wireless sensors.
- low battery in the system.
- arm / disarm.
- battery restored in system.
- mains failure
- test transmission
- mains restored
- Tamper & password change
- panic button
For complete application flexibility the six wired inputs may be programmed to send an alarm whenever one of the
following conditions occur:
- When the external circuit is opened (Normally Closed circuit).
- When the external circuit is closed (Normally Open circuit).
- Both when the external circuit is Opened or Closed.
(In this case it is possible to program any of the circuits as an "alarm circuit" or a "door entry monitoring circuit").
- When the trigger condition remains for longer than 15 sec (slow detection).
For example : You may require that the particular circuit calls the control room both when an alarm occurs
and when it is restored, or that a particular circuit calls the control room both when a door is locked or unlocked.
The six wireless inputs work parallel to the wired inputs and therefore share all the available
optional features such as:
- individual siren activation selection
- individual "ENTRY/EXIT DELAY" selection
- individual "warning only" selection
- individual "24 hrs" ready activation.
A great feature of the ‘MINI-TRACER" is the fact that it is fully programmable to suit every possible requirement.
You can for instance define 4 levels each containing a set of zones which you will most likely select in everyday
operation. You do not have to remember which set you normally arm or set to warning mode.
The "MINI-TRACER" will memorize the four patterns for you and so when arming the system, automatically
step through these preset patterns allowing you to stop at the one you desire. These patterns may be changed
at will by the installer or by the customer using the two buttons on the hand-held remote control.
These preset levels can be “Quick selected” . See “long-key” on table of key entries
ALL COMMANDS and INDICATIONS are performed / shown on up to 4 wall mounted Keypads / Display units .
The Key Pad / DISPLAY units can display the following information:
- the wired/wireless sensor which caused the alarm.
- the wired/wireless sensor which caused the warning signal.
- the perimeter beam which was activated.
- system armed / disarmed indication.
- which zone is set to 24hrs, armed or on warning.
- Entry / exit delay activated.
- mains failure has occurred.
- system battery is only 80 % charged.
- system has triggered and the signal was sent to control room.
The GREEN numeric display shows the Sector which was activated on the perimeter beams.
The RED numeric display shows the type of transmission which was sent to the control room e.g.:- Numbers 1 to 6 indicating the alarm Zone which was triggered.
- The letter "p" indicating panic button activation.
- The letter " t " indicating test transmission.
- The letter " b " indicating battery low in one of the wireless sensors.
- The letter " r " indicating that the system had a reset.
- The letter “ h ” indicating a warning or a call facility.
- The letter “ u ” indicating the system is not programmed yet.
- The letter “ E ” indicating a tamper condition is present.
- The letter “ ? ” indicates that the ID of the keypad is not the same as the ID of the Tracer
- The letter ” j ” indicates wireless Radio Frequency blocking.
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The Key Pad is used to do the following:
- program the system's options.
- access the 4 preset patterns and if necessary change them.
- access each zone individually.
- change the user codes ( 10 different user codes per key pad ).
- activate a panic alarm .
- activate a test signal.
- reset the system /alarm .
- Quick-setting one of four preset levels: “A , B , C or D” to ALARM or WARNING
- to activate / deactivate the perimeter Sectors.
- to send a panic signal
Combination of 2 keys pressed simultaneously will give different conditions, these are shown in Appendix “A”:
NOTE:
When arming the system if any of the zones are in open condition the system will sound the key pad bleeper
6 times before initializing the arming sequence.
During the arming sequence it is possible to cancel the operation by pressing ’ 0 ' or shorten the delay by pressing ‘1’.
To stop the keypad beeping during a Mains Failure, push and hold the ‘0’.
Most COMMANDS are performed through a 2 CHANNEL HAND-HELD REMOTE CONTROL:
- arming and disarming of the system
- partial arming selection
- partial "warning only" selection
- programming of the 4 different patterns of arming
- panic button
- test transmission
- security lights
REPORTING OF AN ALARM TO A CONTROL ROOM
Reporting of an alarm is achieved in the following manner:
The system will transmit , via radio, 3 times at random intervals within 25 seconds
NOTE: After each Radio transmission the system is dormant for 12 seconds to allow all detectors to
settle down. During this period the “running” LED on the key board will flash.
EXTRA FUNCTIONS / FEATURES:
1- STAND-ALONE OPERATION (No Key Pad) - “SNIPER”
SNIPER operation can be set where a single Arm / Disarm level operation is needed. (Register 08 / bit 2 )
The remote control (All users) will arm only “level A” instantly
The Keypad can be removed after programming, leaving only remote control and/or Key-switch for Arming /Disarming.
2- ARM / DISARM CONFIRMATION
Re- transmission (confirmation) of Arming and Disarming signals can be selected (register 08 / bit 3, ON to Enable)
This is meant for business installations where the monitoring of arming status is crucial.
The arming status is sent again, randomly between 30 to 60 minutes, after it was initially Armed or Disarmed.
The confirmation is reported to the base-station as a -user 33- Arm/Disarm.
3- DURESS
In a life threatening situation. ( When someone forces you to disarm your alarm panel at gun-point) you can make the alarm
panel send a duress to the control room.
4- DURESS ACTIVATION WHEN USING A KEYPAD
Increment first digit of user code by one (1) when disarming the alarm panel.
I.e if ‘ 1 2 3 4 # # ‘ is normally pressed, press ‘2 2 3 4 # # ’ for duress.
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4- AUTO - ARMING
When auto -arming is selected (programable for 2 hours or 15 minutes by installer) the system will arm itself if no
movement or any other activations have been detected within the selected time period.
A second (Installer programmable) option is to enable the entry / exit zone (zone 1 - Wired only).
When the last activation was detected on zone 1 the system will arm itself at Level ‘D’ after the expiry time . In the event
where any of the other zones was the last to be triggered the system will arm at Level ‘A’ after the time period expired.
This function is useful when you forget to arm your alarm system. The system will arm itself 15 min /2 hours after you have
left the house or went to bed. The Auto arming option is set in option register “08” bit 8.
The End-user can then switch it on ( 1 + A ) or off ( 0 + A )
Note: Entry / Exit will only function correctly if Zone 1 is the last zone triggered when you leave your premises.
Level ‘A’ will be the “at home /sleep” arming pattern and Level ‘D’ the “away” arming pattern.
The exit delay is always calculated to be double the entry delay
5- DISABLING THE KEY PADS
Each key pad can be disabled individually. To disable temporarily a key pad , enter the user 1 code. Press # for
approximately 4 seconds followed by the D key. To re-enable the keypad repeat the operation.
REMEMBER THAT THE SECOND TIME THERE IS NO INDICATION FROM THE BUZZER ON THE KEYPAD
6- TAMPER ( WIRELESS SENSORS ONLY )
Circuit that monitors illegal violation of alarm devices when the system is not armed. When it`s triggered it will send a
tamper condition to the control room and the “WL TBL” and “TRIGG” leds will be illuminated on the keypad with
buzzer sounding. To cancel the above, enter the user code followed by # #.
7- WIRELESS ZONE SUPERVISION
This feature enables the MINI-TRACER to detect when a wireless passive is faulty ( NOT REPORTING).
The user can program which wireless zone the MINI-TRACER must monitor.
Please note that the wireless passive must be enabled for supervision - pages 8 & 10 and
-See also the wireless detector instructions.
8- EVENT MEMORY LOG FACILITY
The MINI-TRACER-Combo is capable of storing the last 255 events in memory. The installer can view these
events in case of the user not reporting to a control room. The log facility will display the day the event was
recorded, the time and the reason for the event.
9- WIRELESS RF BLOCKING
MINI-TRACER will report a “System Tamper” if Radio Frequency blocking was detected on the system
lasting longer then 30 seconds. This is to prevent intruders trying to “JAM” the system.
10- SPI PERIMETER BEAM
An extra 6 perimeter zones can be installed on the MINI-TRACER. The unit will detect an activation
on the perimeter beam and sound an audible alarm. This condition will not be reported to control the room.
Refer to the instruction of the SPI beam for installation and programming instructions.
11- RESPONSE / GUARD SUPERVISION
This features allows the control room to supervise all activities undertaken by the response officer.
For this purpose the MINI-TRACER uses a third remote control code .
On this special Officer remote control , button A will be the Panic button and button B will be “Guard Responded”.
Please note that this feature is only active for 30 minutes after an alarm was triggered.
This Response code can only be stored by the SELF-LEARNING method and not MANUALLY
12- REPEATER SELECTION
There are two registers which need to be programmed:
The first sets the number of the repeater it will use to reach the control room.
The second is if the unit itself becomes a repeater.
Only then will the MINI-TRACER operate as a simple Store-and-forward repeater provided the received signals
from the nearby systems carry the same repeater address as the “I AM “ value. See page 8
13- SWINGER ZONE DISABLE
If the same zone triggers more then 5 times during the same “armed” period the Super-Tracer automatically disables
those zones until the next arming or until 10 hours have expired since the last alarm triggered by the “swinger” zone.
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CONNECTIONS
Installing the "MINI-TRACER" is very simple. The connections are easy to read and understand.
Connect the battery, the external transformer and wire up the different zone circuits and audible devices such as the buzzer and
siren. These connections are as follows :
SIREN BUZZER
}
ZONE CIRCUITS 1 to 6
RX
KS
1 - ALARM CIRCUIT CONNECTIONS:
BAT AC
K/P - SPI
- + 16V
-+6 C 5 4 C 3 2 C 1B A - + -+-+
There are 6 inputs available on the
MINI-TRACER. (ZONES CIRCUITS 1 to 6)
For proper operation a 2.7 KOhm
resistor is required at the end of
each zone (last detector)
Any zone will trigger if it is shorted to Ground or +12V .The Inputs have both lightning and short circuit protection.
There is + 12V on the “C” inputs between zones 5 & 6 , 4 & 3 , and 2 & 1.
2- KEYPAD / DISPLAY: 4 wires are required to connect remote display units. They are :
(A) Transmitted data line , (B) Received data line, (Negative supply) and ( Positive 12v supply)
3- SIREN:
12 Volts DC- 1Amp is available between connectors (neg) & (pos) to operate the siren.
4- BUZZER: 12 Volts DC - 1 Amp is available between (neg) & (pos) to operate an optional buzzer.
5- AC - SUPPLY: A 220/16 Volts AC, 800 mA TRANSFORMER supplies power to the charger and on the panel
terminals “AC 16V”. This input is protected against lightning .(15W max)
6- BATTERY CONNECTIONS: A 7 Amp/hr, 12V stand-by battery must be connected between (NEGATIVE) and
(POSITIVE). Accidental reversal of the battery connections is protected by a crowbar polarity protection device which
will blow the safety fuse. It may therefore be necessary to change the BATTERY and OUTPUT fuses after connecting
the battery incorrectly. The unit is NOT GUARANTEED for damages caused by REVERSE / INCORRECT connections.
7- KEY-SWITCH / PANIC INPUT [KS]:
The [KS] input is programable for Arming/Disarming or Panic.
To Arm / Disarm with a Key-switch, use the normally open contacts of a momentary key-switch.
Register 08 / bit 1 (see programming section) must be programmed ON for Key-switch operation (OFF for panic).
The normally open contact of the key-switch is connected to 12v Positive “+” and “KS”.
To use the [KS] input for hardwired panic buttons (normally open), program Register 08 / bit 1 as OFF.
Panic buttons are connected in parallel between 12V Positive “+” and “KS”.
8- S.P.I. PERIMETER BEAM CONNECTIONS:
The 4 wires to the Master unit of the SPI perimeter alarm system are
connected to the same inputs as the remote keypad. (A) for transmitted data line (B) for the received data line.
(-) for negative supply (+) for positive 12V DC supply.
Special components have been used to protect the key pad and detector power supply from short circuits.
The characteristic of these devices is such that on excessive current they will heat up and TEMPORARELY SHUT DOWN .
Only once the short has been removed will they slowly recover to their initial value.
THE MAXIMUM CURRENT TO KEYPADS AND SENSOR CIRCUITS IS LIMITED TO 700mA FOR EACH.
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WIRELESS DETECTORS and
REMOTE CONTROL operation
Using wireless sensors is simple provided you are aware of the following facts:
1 - The operating range may vary widely from one installation and location to another. The position of the radio receiver is
therefore critical and must be chosen accordingly.
2- Each installation requires two exclusive I.D. Codes :
- a DETECTOR CODE for sensors and detectors and...
- a REMOTE CONTROL CODE for the hand held remote controls
an optional 3rd CODE ( RESPONSE) may be used to indicate to the control room that armed response is on site
- Each code has two parts: IDENTIFICATION and FUNCTION
IDENTIFICATION : This is the part that makes that device recognizable by the system.
The MINI-TRACER recognizes a 16 BIT code known as Smart-Code.
FUNCTION : This is the part of the code which defines the function which that device has e.g. ZONE number ( for detectors) or
arm/disarm, panic, test (for remote controls). The functions are determined by a 4 bit configuration. See table 1 and 2
NOTE:
- A wireless sensor transmits an alarm condition only for a short period of time (2 - 4 Seconds)
- To save power the sensors are designed not to transmit if continuous movement is detected.
- A detector will only transmit if either a 30 seconds (test mode ) or 3 minutes (normal mode) has elapsed from the last detection.
Although each code and function can be programmed individually IT IS EASIER TO PROGRAM THE DETECTOR and
THE REMOTE CONTROL FIRST and then program the code into the MINI-TRACER unit using the self learning method.
( see page 7)
Table 1
FUNCTION selection of the DETECTORS CODE
BIT SETTING:
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
FUNCTION WHEN ACTIVATED
BIT SETTING:
FUNCTION WHEN ACTIVATED
4 3 2 1
4 3 2 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
WARNING (1 SEC ON BLEEPER)
PANIC ACTIVATED
DURESS
not used
KEYPAD RELAY 1
KEYPAD RELAY 2
not used
not used
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
ZONE 1
ZONE 2
ZONE 3
ZONE 4
ZONE 5
ZONE 6
To program the sensors and detectors see the intructions supplied with each device
Table 2
FUNCTION selection of the REMOTE CONTROL CODE
BRIDGE NO.
FUNCTION
WHEN ACTIVATED
1=ON 0=OFF
4 3 2 1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
WARNING (1 SEC ON BLEEPER)
PANIC ACTIVATED
ARM/DISARM (USER1)
TEST TRANSMISSION
ARM ONLY (to "D" level)
DISARM ONLY
not used
not used
BRIDGE NO.
APPLICATION
DOOR BELL/POOL WARNING
EMERGENCY / MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
TURN SYSTEM ON OR OFF
CHECK IF THE SYSTEM IS WORKING
1=ON 0=OFF
4 3 2 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
FUNCTION
ARM/DISARM Remote Control USER 2
not used
ARM/DISARM Remote Control USER 3
not used
ARM/DISARM Remote control USER 4
not used
ARM/DISARM Remote Control USER 5
not used
Remote Control may have up to four buttons and each button may be. programmed to carry out a specific task
The standard unit supplied has only two buttons 1= Panic, 2=Arm/Disarm.
CONFIGURATION OF REMOTE CONTROLS IN MULTI-USER MODE:
In MULTI-USER MODE Each user must have a remote control with button 2 set as shown below and in table 2
(Button 1 for Panic = Channel 1)
(Button 2 ARM /DISARM USER X)
USER 2:
4 3 2 1
USER 3:
4 3 2 1
USER 4:
4 3 2 1
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Solder Bridges on
Back of Remote Control
1= Solder On
0= Solder Off
4 3 2 1
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INSTALLER PROGRAMMING THE MINI-TRACER
- 1 - ENCODING THE WIRELESS DETECTORS AND REMOTE CONTROLS
- 2 - SYSTEM OPTION REGISTERS.
- 3 - SYSTEM I.D. CODES AND TEL. NUMBERS
FACTORY DEFAULT
"INSTALLER CODE"
- 4 - CIRCUIT (ZONE) OPTION REGISTERS.
= 1000
- 5 - KEYPAD LOCAL OPTION REGISTERS.
THE TRACER IS ORIGINALLY PROGRAMMED WITH A "FACTORY DEFAULT" SET OF OPTIONS.
ALTHOUGH THE "FACTORY" OPTIONS REFLECT THE CHOICE OF THE MAJORITY OF
INSTALLERS AND END-USERS, PROPER OPERATION AND COMPLIANCE WITH SPECIFIC
REQUIREMENTS CAN BE ACHIEVED THROUGH REPROGRAMMING.
THE PROGRAMMABLE OPTIONS ARE DIVIDED INTO 4 SECTIONS:
SECTIONS 1, 2, 3 AND 4 RELATE TO THE MAIN BOARD:
SECTION 4 IS RELATES TO THE KEYPAD UNIT ITSELF.
PROGRAMMING THE DETECTOR AND REMOTE CONTROL CODES
SELF LEARNING OF REMOTE CONTROL AND DETECTORS CODE.
Following is the procedure to program the Detectors and Remote Controls to operate properly with the MINI-TRACER:
1- program the sensors / detectors following the instructions supplied with each device keeping THE SAME code for all detectors.
2- program the ZONE number ( function) according to your requirements (table 1- page6)
3- enter the self learning mode in the MINI-TRACER by entering:
1
0 0 0
#
1 D
4- activate any of the programmed DETECTORS making sure that the MINI-TRACER displays the received code
5- press A
to store/learn the DETECTOR’s code
6- Re-enter the self learning mode in the MINI-TRACER by entering:
1
0 0 0
#
1 D
7- press any button on the REMOTE CONTROL until the MINI-TRACER displays the different code received.
5- press B
to store / learn the REMOTE CONTROL code.
Using the same method a 3rd code may be stored using the C key to define the code used by an Armed Response
officer to send a “standing” signal to base. Please note that this code cannot be entered manually ( only by self-learn)
MANUALLY PROGRAMMING THE REMOTE CONTROL AND DETECTORS CODE.
1 - Enter the manual setting mode by entering: 1 0 0 0
or:
1 0 0 0
#
#
1
A
1
B
New!!
for the Detectors code
for the Remote Control code
2 - set the desired code by toggling each bit of the code using keys 1 to #
BIT NO
(see TABLE)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0 A B
C
D
*
#
3 - press * and # buttons together to store the code and exit .
4 - the decimal equivalent of the stored code will be
displayed one digit at the time. Enter #
to exit
ARM
PER 1
WARN
REG. NO.
INSTALLER CODE
SET DETECTORS CODE
SET REMOTE CONTROL CODE
1
1
#
0 0 0
0 0 0
#
1
A
1 B
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3 4
5
6
7
8
9
0 A B C D
*
#
1
2 3
7 8
9
0 A B C D
4
The new MINI-TRACER introduces a new Code structure known as “SMART CODE”
which has many advantages to the old 10 bit code. These features are:
- 16 BITS
= 65,535 CODE COMBINATIONS.
- multiple PARITY and CHECKSUM
= each segment of the code has CHECK SUM and PARITY.
which results in: - wider scope and applications , less duplicate codes and very reliable operation.
5
6
*
#
FACTORY DEFAULT
KEY
New!!
WIRELESS ZONE SUPERVISION TEST
(Please note: Both the “Wireless Zone supervision” option (Pg 8) and the active wireless zones (pg 10)
need to be enabled by the installer before this function will work correctly.)
The MINI-TRACER is capable of reporting a faulty wireless detector.
New!!
To display the faulty (non reporting) wireless detector press and hold the * key until it beeps
WIRELESS ZONE SUPERVISION
*
-4ARM
PER 1
WARN
HOLD
TILL BEEP
An “ F “ is shown on the display.
-7-
2
3
4
5
6
Faulty detector shown on the ARM Leds
M000037
PROGRAMMING
0 1
= ON
= OFF
NOTE:
ON = SIREN WITH PANIC BUTTON
OFF = SILENT PANIC BUTTON
1
ON = MULTI-USER OPERATION
OFF = NORMAL OPERATION
2
ON = AUXIL. SIGNALS ON BUZZER & SIREN
OFF = AUXIL. SIGNALS ON BUZZER ONLY
3
SPARE
SPARE
4
ON = WIRELESS RF BLOCKING ENABLED
OFF = WIRELESS RF BLOCKING DISABLED
5
ON = PERIMETER MASK LINKED TO ARM LEVEL
OFF = PERIMETER AND ARM MASKS NOT LINKED
6
ON = ENABLE WARNING VIA REMOTE
OFF = DISABLE WARNING VIA REMOTE
7
ON = SILENT ARM/DISARM ON KEY-PAD
OFF = AUDIBLE ARM/DISARM ON KEY-PAD
8
OPTIONS REGISTER NO. 2
0 0 0
1
#
0 2
SPARE
SPARE
1
SPARE
SPARE
2
ON = REPORT “BATTERY LOW” IN SENSORS
OFF = NO REPORT
3
ON = REPORT ARM / DISARM SIGNALS
OFF = NO REPORT
4
ON = REPORT SYSTEM BATTERY LOW
OFF = NO REPORT
5
ON = REPORT SYSTEM MAINS FAILURE
OFF = NO REPORT
6
SPARE
SPARE
7
SPARE
SPARE
8
OPTIONS (MODE) REGISTER NO.8
0 0
1
0
FACTORY DEFAULT
#
#
0
FACTORY DEFAULT
0 0 0
1
8
ON = USE KS INPUT WITH A KEY-SWITCH
OFF = USE KS INPUT FOR PANIC BUTTON
1
ON = SNIPER OPERATION
OFF = TRACER OPERATION
2
ON = ARM/DISARM CONFIRMATION(REPEATED)
OFF = NO CONFIRMATION(REPEATED)
3
ON = SPARE
OFF = SPARE
4
ON = REPORT WIRELESS SUPERVISION
OFF = NO REPORT
5
SPARE
SPARE
6
ON = AUTO-ARM TIME - 2HRS
OFF = AUTO ARM TIME - 15 MINUTES
7
ON = AUTO ARM ENABLED
OFF= AUTO ARM - DISABLED
8
FACTORY DEFAULT
OPTIONS REGISTER NO. 1
For the next 3 options you need to enter a value between 0 and 250.
EXAMPLES: - To set the entry-delay to 35 seconds enter:
1000#17
- To set the check-in interval time to 24 hours enter:: 1 0 0 0 # 1 8
- To set the siren duration to 4 minutes enter:
1000#19
0 3 5 (sec)
0 2 4 (hrs)
2 4 0 (4 x 60) (sec)
FACTORY DEFAULTS
New!!
ENTRY / EXIT DELAY VALUE (SEC)
1
0
0
0
#
1
7
0
3
5
(35SEC)
New!!
CHECK-IN INTERVAL (HRS)
1
0
0
0
#
1
8
0
2
4
(24HRS)
New!!
SIREN DURATION (SEC)
1
0
0
0
#
1
9
2
4
0
(240SEC)
N.B. - A CHECK-IN INTERVAL VALUE OF "0" WILL AUTOMATICALLY DISABLE THE OPTION ( NO CHECKING-IN TRANSMISSION ).
- THE “EXIT” DELAY IS AUTOMATICALLY SET TO DOUBLE THE “ENTRY” DELAY
PROGRAMMING THE FIELD REPEATER NUMBER
Set the Repeater Number
1
0 0
0
#
2
0
Display the Repeater Number
1
0 0
0
#
2
0
#
1
REPEATER “1”
ON = SNIPER OPERATION
THE CURRENT REPEATER
NUMBER WILL BE INDICATED.
*
This feature can only be used if the MINI-TRACER itself is setup TO BE A REPEATER with the NECESSARY HARDWARE and OPTION 6 of Option-Register 8 is ON.
New!!
Set the “I AM” Repeater Number
1
0 0
0
#
2
1
#
Display the “I AM ” Repeater Number
1
0 0
0
#
2
1
*
-8-
1
I AM REPEATER “ 1”
THE CURRENT REPEATER
NUMBER WILL BE INDICATED.
M000037
PROGRAMMING (CONTINUED)
INSTALLER ( 2 ):
SETTING / DISPLAYING DETECTOR/ REMOTE CONTROL CODES
TO PROGRAM THE DIP-SWITCH CODES OF THE DETECTORS AND REMOTE
CONTROLS, ENTER THE INSTALLER CODE FOLLOWED BY THE "#" KEY.
SELECT THE CODE YOU WANT TO CHECK /CHANGE WITH"1 ,A" or "1, B"
THE CURRENTLY STORED CODE WILL BE DISPLAYED.
USING ALL KEYS TOGGLE THE CORRESPONDING BIT/LED
TO OBTAIN THE WANTED CODE.
NOTE:
TO EXIT PRESS AND HOLD * AND # TOGETHER
ARM
PER 1
WARN
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3 4
5
6
9
0 A B C D
= OFF
= ON
action:
SET DETECTORS/SENSOR CODE
INSTALLER CODE
1
0 0 0
REG. NO.
#
1
A
FOR 16 BIT CODES (SMART) USE ALL KEYS
SET REMOTE CONTROL CODE
1
0 0 0
#
7
8
* #
FACTORY DEFAULT
1 B
3 4
1
2
6
7
8
9
0 A B C D
*
#
5
TO EXIT PRESS AND HOLD * AND # - THE DECIMAL VALUE OF THE CODE WILL BE SHOWN ON THE DISPLAY.
Note that code “C” cannot be entered manually but only through the self-learnig process
SELF LEARNING THE WIRELESS CODES
Enter the self learning mode by entering:
SELF LEARNING THE REMOTE CONTROL
AND DETECTORS CODES.
1
0 0 0
#
1 D
1- TRANSMIT CODE FROM SENSOR OR REMOTE CONTROL UNTIL CODE AND CHANNEL ARE MEMORIZED BY THE DISPLAY
2- TO STORE THE RECEIVED CODE AS DETECTOR /SENSOR CODE, PRESS “A” KEY ON THE KEYPAD
3- TO STORE THE RECEIVED CODE AS REMOTE CONTROL CODE, PRESS “B” KEY ON THE KEYPAD
4- TO STORE THE RECEIVED CODE AS THE RESPONSE CODE , PRESS “C” KEY ON THE KEYPAD
SUBSCRIBER I.D. SETTING ( TRANSMITTER /CSID CODE)
This is the CUSTOMER i.d. NUMBER sent to the BASE STATION
(FIRST DIGIT)
(4TH DIGIT)
(1 TO 9999)
PROGRAM THE SUBSCRIBER ID
1
0 0
0
#
1
C
#
?
?
?
?
AFTER ENTERING THE 4TH DIGIT THE NEW CODE IS AUTOMATICALLY STORED IN MEMORY
READ THE SUBSCRIBER ID
1
0 0
0
#
1
C
*
THE CURRENT SUBSCRIBER CODE WILL BE DISPLAYED ONE DIGIT AT THE TIME.
-9-
M000037
PROGRAMMING (CONTINUED)
CIRCUIT (ZONE) OPTION REGISTERS
Each of the 6 zones can be programmed to behave in different ways and perform
different tasks. To do this there are several registers:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
(REGISTER NAME)
ARM
PER 1
WARN
(INSTALLER CODE)
DETECTION TIME
(REG NO.)
1
0 0 0
#
0
4
SIREN ACTIVATION
1
0 0 0
#
0
5
OPEN / CLOSE REPORTING
1
0 0 0
#
0
6
ALARM / RESTORE REPORTING
1
0 0 0
#
0
7
LEVEL "A" PRESET
1
0 0 0
#
0
A
LEVEL "B" PRESET
1
0 0 0
#
0
B
LEVEL "C" PRESET
1
0 0 0
#
0
C
LEVEL "D" PRESET
1
0 0 0
#
0
D
(future expansion)
1
ALWAYS (24Hrs) ACTIVE ZONE
1 4
1 5
"ENTRY/EXIT DELAY" ZONE
1
#
#
#
#
3
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
ALARM REPORTING ZONE
0
0
0
0
1
6
ACTIVE WirelessL SUPERVISION ZONES
1
0 0 0
#
2
2
OFF= 0.5 Sec. ON =15 Sec.
EVENT MEMORY LOG
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
#
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
2
3
4
5
6 ZONES
FACTORY DEFAULTS
TO PROGRAM EACH REGISTER:
1- ENTER THE INSTALLER CODE FOLLOWED BY THE CORRESPONDING REGISTER NUMBER:
2- USING KEYS "1 to 6” TOGGLE THE CORRESPONDING LED (ON=1 OFF=0)
EXAMPLE 1:
- CHANGE PRESET LEVEL "A" FROM 1 & 2 ACTIVE TO 1 & 3 ACTIVE.
- ENTER: "1 0 0 0 # 0 A ". THE CURRENT SETTING WILL BE SHOWN.
- ENTER "2" .... LED 2 WILL TURN OFF...
- ENTER "3" .... LED 3 WILL TURN ON
- CHECK THAT THIS IS CORRECT
- ENTER "#" TO EXIT
EXAMPLE 2:
- CHANGE CIRCUIT 6 NOT TO TRIP THE SIREN .
- ENTER: " 1 0 0 0 # 0 5 ". THE CURRENT SETTING WILL BE SHOWN (ALL LEDS = ON).
- ENTER " 6 " ... LED NO 6 WILL SWITCH OFF.
- ENTER " # " TO EXIT
3
AFTER room,
YOU HAVE
When not reporting to a control
the ENTERED
user canTHE
view 255 events which occurred on the alarm panel.
INSTALLER CODE AND THE REGISTER
This feature displays the events
events as follows :
NUMBER,and
USEtime
KEYSbetween
"1 to 8" TO
MAKE YOUR SELECTION .
ZONES ARMED
1
{
{
{
{
LOG NUMBER
{
{
ENTER "#" TO EXIT
DAY
HOUR
MINUTES
SECONDS
TYPE
USE
A
TO GO TO PREVIOUS EVENT
USE
D
TO GO TO THE MORE RECENT EVENT
0 = Alarm
8 = System Mains Restore
D = Duress
d = System Disarmed
-10 -
2
3
4
5
6
ZONES TRIGGERED
LIST OF ALARM TYPES :
6 = System Mains Fail
7 = System Battery Low
9 = System Battery Restore
P = Panic
T = Test/Cancel
A = System Armed
M000037
PROGRAMMING (CONT.)
S.P.I. (SECTIONAL PERIMETER INTRUSION ) OPTION REGISTERS
An extra 6 perimeter beams may be connected to the new MINI-TRACER-Combo.( See SPI installation instructions)
The unit will monitor these perimeter beams and indicate which beam was triggered. The activation of the beams
will either sound locally or will report the activation to the control room using exclusively zone 6.
The perimeter SECTORS are set up, tested and activated by following this procedure:
1- Connect , align and program each beam number
2- Manually or automatically define the number of sectors / beams installed as follows:
1
1
DEFINE INSTALLED SECTORS
AUTO ASSESS SECTORS
1 2 3 4 5 6
5 12 3 4 5 6
3 . . . e.g. Only beam 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 are installed.
2
2
#
#
{
Or
0 0 0
0 0 0
INSTALLER CODE
Wait for the display to show the sectors found then enter # to store the result or any other key to exit.
To test the perimeter connections do the following:
1- Enable/ activate all (6 in this case) available beams installed with:
1 1 1 1 # 0
12 3 4 5 6
2- Enable testing mode as follows ( in this mode no audible devices
are activated and the faulty/ non aligned beams will be displayed
3- Exit test mode by entering:
1
0
0
0
#
2
7
1
0
0
0
#
2
6
Or
1
1
1
1
#
#
1
3
2
LEARN
Four preset perimeter selections may be pre-programmed to coincide with the arm/warn levels A,B,C & D.
(This is done as shown below)
If option 6 of register 01 (page8 ) is set, a selection will be active when the corresponding arm/warn level is selected
( e.g. You can have zones 1&2 ( level “A”) on armed and perimeter sectors 1,2 &3 on warning
TRANSMITTER
SDA
BEAMS
BEAMS
ARM
PER 1
WARN
NO
LIT BUZ SW
LED’S
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 -
5
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
6
B A
TX RX - +
4
+++ ---
SCK
LEVEL "A" PRESET
1
0
0
0
#
3
A
1
2
4 #
LEVEL "B" PRESET
1
0
0
0
#
3
B
3
4
#
LEVEL "C" PRESET
1
0
0
0
#
3
C
#
LEVEL "D" PRESET
1
0
0
0
#
3
D
5 6
124
2
3
4
5
6
#
{
Each segment may be programmed to have different response times (on interruption of the Infrared beam).
These times may vary from 0,3 Seconds to 20 Seconds. Use the table to select the response (interruption time before alarm)
This is done using the USER 1 code.
1=0.3 Sec 5= 2 Sec
SET SENSITIVITY LEVELS FOR EACH
2=0.5 Sec 6= 5 Sec
1 1 1 1 # 9
?
? #
3=0.8 Sec 7=10 Sec
SECTOR OF THE PERIMETER ALARM
Level of
Device No.
4=1.2 Sec 8=20 Sec
USER1 CODE
response
THE INSTALLER MAY FURTHERMORE PROGRAM THE FOLLOWING OPTIONS
1
0 0 0
#
2
New!!
4
SPARE
SPARE
1
ON = USE COMMON OUTPUT (1) ON MASTER
OFF = USE INDIVIDUAL OUTPUTS
2
ON = LIGHT RELAY FOR 20 MINUTES
OFF = LIGHT RELAY FOR 3 MINUTES
3
ON = IF THREE BREAKS ( SAME 3 BEFORE ALARM)
OFF = ANY 3 BREAKS
4
ON = SYSTEM RESETS EVERY 3 HOURS
OFF = NO AUTO-RESETS
5
SPARE
SPARE
ON = MASTER’S OUTPUT GOES LOW (1 - 6)
SPARE
SPARE
6
OFF= MASTER’S OUTPUT GOES HIGH (1 - 6)
8
7
FACTORY DEFAULT
OPTIONS (SPI MODE) REGISTER NO.9
Each segment may be programmed to activate either on a single or multiple break(3). See SPI instructions for this option
To arm individual segment of the perimeters enter:
ARMING INDIVIDUAL
PERIMETER SECTIONAL BEAMS
1 1 1 1
# 0
136
“O” Indicates Perimeter
detection active
-11 -
#
ARM 1
PER
WARN
2 3 4 5 6
M000037
PROGRAMMING (CONT.)
KEYPAD OPTION REGISTERS
ENTER THE INSTALLER CODE FOLLOWED BY A LONG "#" KEY AND THE
NUMBER OF THE REGISTER YOU WANT TO MODIFY.
NOTE : THE " # " MUST BE HELD DOWN UNTIL YOU HEAR A LONG BEEP.
THE CURRENT CONTENT OF THE SELECTED REGISTER
WILL BE DISPLAYED.USE BUTTONS 0 TO 8 TO
= OFF
CHANGE THE CORRESPONDING BIT TO OBTAIN
NOTE:
= ON
THE DESIRED SELECTION. PRESS " # " TO EXIT.
ARM
PER 1
WARN
2
3
4
5
6
= UNUSED
INSTALLER CODE
#
HOLD
TILL BEEP
0 0
0
C
#
0
HOLD
TILL BEEP
0 0
1
KEYPAD ID
?
?
?
?
AUX.
SPARE
#
X
?
?
?
?
#
NEW CODE (4 DIGITS)
USER NO 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,A
(MULTI-USER MODE - 2,3,4,5 ONLY)
#
0
#
4
HOLD
TILL BEEP
NOTE: THE KEYPAD ID IS THE SUBSCRIBER I.D.
AS ON PAGE 9 REGISTER “1C”.
3
6
4
5
7
8
1
HOLD
TILL BEEP
0 0
1 2
SPARE
Note: IN MULTIUSER MODE USER 5 REPLACES USER 1
(no USER 1 rights are available in this mode
NOTE: THIS REGISTER ENABLES THE COMMUNICATION
BETWEEN THE SUPER TRACER AND
KEYPADS.
CHANGE
C
#
0 0 0
1
8
NEW CODE (4 DIGITS)
HOLD
TILL BEEP
AFTER THE NEW CODE ENTRY,
THE CODE WILL BE DISPLAYED
ONE DIGIT AT THE TIME.
ENTER " # " TO ACCEPT THE CODE
AFTER IT HAS BEEN DISPLAYED.
ANY OTHER KEY WILL REQUIRE THE
NEW CODE TO BE RE-ENTERED.
ENABLE KEYPADS
0
7
SPARE
1
CHANGE CODE OF USER 1 to 10(A)
DELAY
Alarm triggered.
Entry Exit Delay
Key Beeps ON/OFF.
?
?
?
SPARE
1
CHANGE INSTALLER CODE
6
{{
Sensor battery low.
5
SPARE
LO-BAT:
TRIGG:
DELAY:
AUX:
4
SPARE
Mains Failure
System battery low
3
SPARE
MAINS:
BCKUP:
2
3
HOLD
TILL BEEP
NOTE: THIS REGISTER DEFINES WHICH
CONDITIONS WILL ACTIVATE THE LOCAL BLEEPER.
1
TRIGG
#
SPARE
0
LO-BAT
0
SPARE
0
1
ENABLE LOCAL BLEEPER FUNCTIONS
MORE THAN 1 SELECTION IS ALLOWED.
e.g. If 1 & 2 were selected, the unit
will respond to all commands addressed to
key pads 1 & 2.
BCKUP
THE SUPER TRACER CAN ACCEPT UP TO 4 KEYPADS.
FOR SPECIAL APPLICATIONS EACH KEYPAD CAN
BE PROGRAMMED TO HAVE ITS OWN I.D. CODE.
KEYPADS WITH THE SAME I.D. WILL OPERATE SIMILARLY.
1 2 3 4
D
MAINS
0 0 0
1
SET INDIVIDUAL key pad I.D. NUMBER
REG. NO.
POLLING
REGISTER NAME
?
#
NEW CODE (4 DIGITS)
DEFAULTING THE SYSTEM (ERASING MEMORIES)
!
!
!
ERASE KEYBOARD MEMORY
0 0 0
1
After this command the unit will
reset to load the default values!
ERASE MEMORY
IN CONTOL UNIT
1
0
#
9
HOLD
TILL BEEP
0
0
#
0
9
After this command the unit will
reset to load the default values!
ERASE BOTH CONTROL-UNIT 1 0 0 0
# 2 9
AND KEY-BOARD MEMORIES
After this command the unit will
reset to load the default values!
-12-
NOTE: THIS OPERATION WILL ERASE
ALL PRESENT VALUES AND RESTORE
THE FACTORY-DEFAULT VALUES INCLUDING
KEYBOARD SETTINGS AND USER CODES ! ! !
( ALL SETTINGS SHOWN ON PAGE 12)
NOTE: THIS OPERATION WILL ERASE
ALL PRESENT OPTIONS AND RESTORE
THE FACTORY-DEFAULT VALUES INCLUDING
ZONE, OPTIONS, WIRELESS CODES ETC ! ! !
(ALL SETTINGS SHOWN ON PAGES 7, 8, 9 & 10)
NOTE: THIS OPERATION WILL ERASE
BOTH THE MEMORY IN THE KEY BOARD
AND THE CONTROL UNIT AND RESTORE
THE FACTORY-DEFAULT VALUES .
IT COMBINES THE ABOVE 2 COMMANDS
!
!
!
M000037
MINI-TRACER CONNECTIONS(1)
Uhf antennae
KS
RX
+
6 5 4 3 2 1
/\/\ /\/\ /\/\
- +
+
+
B
K/P
A - +
12V 7 A/H
BATTERY
-+-+
SIREN BUZZ
+
SIREN
RELAY
BAT 16V
- + AC
BATTERY FUSE
Arm/Disarm
indication
TRANSFORMER
15-17V AC
EXTERNAL
LED
+
NOTE 3:
REFER TO SPI INSTRUCTIONS
FOR CONNECTION DIAGRAM
AND OPTIONS
C D +
LEARN
“C” and “D”
not Used
TRANSMITTER
- A B +
-
-
LED
TRACER
ARM
1 2
PER
3
4
5
6
7
8
WARN
SDA
BEAMS
BEAMS
- A B +
-
LED
TRACER
NO
LED’S
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 -
SPI MASTER
C D +
LIT BUZ SW
B A
TX RX - +
To S.P.I. “S”
& “R” modules
+++ ---
SCK
1
5
A
ALARM
2
6
0
B
WARN
3
7
*
C
4
8
9
#
D
ARM
1 2
PER
3
4
5
6
7
8
DISPLAY
WARN
1
5
A
ALARM
2
6
0
B
WARN
3
7
*
C
4
8
9
#
D
KEYPAD
Figure 1
-13 -
CONNECT AS FOLLOWS:
"A" on keypad to "A" on control panel
"B" on keypad to "B" on control panel
"+" to "+"
"-" to "-"
M000037
MINI TRACER CONNECTIONS (2)
CONNECTIONS FOR:
-
DETECTION CIRCUITS (WIRED)
DETECTION CIRCUITS (WIRE-LESS)
EXTERNAL SIREN
EXTERNAL BUZZER
KS
RX
6 5 4 3 2 1
2K7 ohm RESISTOR
IN SERIES
-
-
+
+
NORMALLY CLOSED
CONTACTS
_
TYPICAL ZONE CIRCUIT (ZONE 1)
K/P
A - +
+
B
12V SUPPLY TO THE DETECTOR
/\/\ /\/\ /\/\
- +
TYPICAL ZONE CIRCUIT (ZONE 2)
NORMALLY CLOSED
CONTACTS
BAT 17V
- + AC
END OF LINE TERMINATION
-+-+
SIREN BUZZ
2K7 ohm RESISTOR
IN SERIES
SIREN
RELAY
BATTERY FUSE
NORMALLY CLOSED
ZONE INPUT(1 TO 6)
+
NORMALLY OPEN
2K7 ohm RESISTOR
IN SERIES
ZONE INPUT
+
-
BUZZER
+
Diagram 2
Figure 2
SIREN
KEY SWITCH CONNECTIONS
KS RX
K/P - SPI
B A - +
MOMENTARY
N/O KEY-SWITCH
-14 -
M000037
Summary of ALL Key-Pad entries
PROGRAMMING THE SPECIFIC KEYPAD OPTIONS ( ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH THE INSTALLER PASSWORD
1000 #--># 1
1000 #--># 3
1000 #--># 4
= ENABLE LOCAL KEYPAD
= SET LOCAL BEEPER FUNCTIONS ON KP
= CHANGE KEYPAD SYSTEM ID
1000 #--># 9 = CLEAR EEPROM ON LOCAL KP
1000 #--># D = SET KEYPAD NUMBER
PROGRAMMING THE OPTION REGISTERS (ONLY THROUGH TO THE INSTALLER PASSWORD)
1000 # 0 1
1000 # 0 2
1000 # 0 3
1000 # 0 4
1000 # 0 5
1000 # 0 6
1000 # 0 7
1000 # 0 8
1000 # 0 9
1000 # 0 A
1000 # 0 B
1000 # 0 C
1000 # 0 D
1000 # 1 3
1000 # 1 4
1000 # 1 5
1000 # 1 6
1000 # 1 7
1000 # 1 8
1000 # 1 9
1000 # 1 A = SET DIP SW OF SYSTEM
1000 # 1 B = SET DIP SW OF REMOTE
1000 # 1 C # = PROG CUSTOMER ID CODE
1000 # 1 C * = DISP CUSTOMER ID CODE
1000 # 1 D = SELF LEARNING MODE ("0"=EXIT)
1000 # 2 0 # = PROGRAM “NEXT” REPEATER Number
1000 # 2 0 * = DISPLAY “NEXT”REPEATER Number
1000 # 2 1 # = PROGRAM the REPEATER Number
1000 # 2 1 * = DISPLAY the REPEATER Number
1000 # 2 2 = PROGRAM ACTIVE WIRELESS SENSOR (SUPERVISION)
1000 # 2 3 = AUTO ASSESS ACTIVE PERIMETER BEAMS (SPI)
1000 # 2 4 = PROGRAM SPI MASTER OPTIONS
1000 # 2 5 = PROGRAM ACTIVE PERIMETER BEAMS (SPI)
1000 # 2 9 = ERASE EEPROM IN BOTH KEYPAD AND THE CONTOLUNIT
1000 # 3 3 = DISPLAY ALARM LOG FILE
1000 # 3 A = SET PERIMETER PATTERN “A”
1000 # 3 B = SET PERIMETER PATTERN “B”
1000 # 3 C = SET PERIMETER PATTERN “C”
1000 # 3 D = SET PERIMETER PATTERN “D”
= SET OPTIONS 1 OF THE SYSTEM
= SET OPTIONS 2 OF THE SYSTEM
= SPARE
= SET DET. DELAY FOR EACH ZONE.
= SET SIREN ACTIVATION.
= SET OPEN / CLOSE REPORTING
= SET ALM / RESTORE REPORTING
= MODE REGISTER
= ERASE EEPROM IN THE CONTOLUNIT
= SET LEVEL A
= SET LEVEL B
= SET LEVEL C
= SET LEVEL D
= TRANSMITTER INHIBIT TIME
= ALARM REPORTING ZONES
= PERMANENT ACTIVE ZONE
= ENTRY/EXIT DELAY
= ENTRY/EXIT DELAY VALUE
= CHECK-IN TIME
= SIREN DURATION
CHANGING PASSWORDS (USING THE DEFAULT / EXISTING PASSWORDS)
HOW THE INSTALLER CAN CHANGE PASSWORDS
HOW USER-1 (MASTER) CAN CHANGE PASSWORDS
1000 #--># C 0 [PASSWORD] = INSTALL PASSWORD
1000 #--># C 1 [PASSWORD] = USER 1 PASSWORD
1000 #--># C 2 [PASSWORD] = USER 2 PASSWORD
1000 #--># C 3 [PASSWORD] = USER 3 PASSWORD
1000 #--># C 4 [PASSWORD] = USER 4 PASSWORD
1000 #--># C 5 [PASSWORD] = USER 5 PASSWORD
1000 #--># C 6 [PASSWORD] = USER 6 PASSWORD
1000 #--># C 7 [PASSWORD] = USER 7 PASSWORD
1000 #--># C 8 [PASSWORD] = USER 8 PASSWORD
1000 #--># C 9 [PASSWORD] = USER 9 PASSWORD
1000 #--># C A [PASSWORD] = USER 10 PASSWORD
1111 #--># 1 [PASSWORD] = USER 1 PASSWORD
1111 #--># 2 [PASSWORD] = USER 2 PASSWORD
1111 #--># 3 [PASSWORD] = USER 3 PASSWORD
1111 #--># 4 [PASSWORD] = USER 4 PASSWORD
1111 #--># 5 [PASSWORD] = USER 5 PASSWORD
1111 #--># 6 [PASSWORD] = USER 6 PASSWORD
1111 #--># 7 [PASSWORD] = USER 7 PASSWORD
1111 #--># 8 [PASSWORD] = USER 8 PASSWORD
1111 #--># 9 [PASSWORD] = USER 9 PASSWORD
1111 #--># A [PASSWORD] = USER 10 PASSWORD
HOW USERS 2,3,4 & 5 CAN CHANGE THEIR OWN PASSWORDS
2222 #--># = CHANGE PASSWORD USER 2
4444 #--># = CHANGE PASSWORD USER 4
3333 #--># = CHANGE PASSWORD USER 3
5555 #--># = CHANGE PASSWORD USER 5
CHOOSING ARM / WARN LEVELS IN MULTI-USER MODE
2222 # A
3333 # A
4444 # A
5555 # A
= ARM LEVEL B (USER 2)
= ARM LEVEL C (USER 3)
= ARM LEVEL D (USER 4)
= ARM LEVEL A (USER 5)
2222 # #
3333 # #
4444 # #
5555 # #
2222 # [Y] B = WARNING MULTIPLE ZONES (ONLY WITHIN THE MASK)
= DISARM LEVEL B (USER 2)
= DISARM LEVEL C (USER 3)
= DISARM LEVEL D (USER 4)
= DISARM LEVEL A (USER 5)
2222 # [Y] A = ARMING MULTIPLE ZONES (ONLY WITHIN THE MASK)
CHOOSING ARM / WARN LEVELS AND DISARMING IN NORMAL MODE
1111 # [Z] A = ARM SET BY
2222 # [Z] A = ARM SET BY
3333 # [Z] A = ARM SET BY
4444 # [Z] A = ARM SET BY
USER 1
USER 2
USER 3
USER 4
1111 # [Z] B = WARN SET BY
2222 # [Z] B = WARN SET BY
3333 # [Z] B = WARN SET BY
4444 # [Z] B = WARN SET BY
DUAL KEY OPERATIONS AVAILABLE TO THE USER
[A&0] -->[A&0]
[A&1] -->[A&1]
[ *& #] --> [*&#]
[1&3] --> [1&3]
[4&6] --> [4&6]
= DISABLE AUTO-ARMING
= ENABLE AUTO-ARMING
= SEND PANIC SIGNAL
= MEDICAL
= SEND TEST SIGNAL
USER 1
USER 2
USER 3
USER 4
1111 # #
2222 # #
3333 # #
4444 # #
= DISARM SYSTEM
= DISARM SYSTEM
= DISARM SYSTEM
= DISARM SYSTEM
OTHER KEY OPERATIONS AVAILABLE TO THE USER
A --> A
B --> B
C --> C
D --> D
= SET ARM LEVEL A
= SET ARM LEVEL B
= SET ARM LEVEL C
= SET ARM LEVEL D
* & A --> * & A
* & B --> * & B
* & C --> * & C
* & D --> * & D
= SET
= SET
= SET
= SET
WARN-LEVEL A
WARN-LEVEL B
WARN-LEVEL C
WARN-LEVEL D
???? # 0 [Y] # = SET PERIMETER BEAM MASK
1111 #--># D = DISABLE/ENABLE THIS KEYPAD
1111 # 9 [Y] [Y] SET RESPONSE VALUE FOR SECTORS IN THE SPI
NOTES:
A-->A Means: Press and hold the A key until it beeps
[*&A -->*&A] Means: Press and hold the * and the A keys until it beeps
[ Y ] Means: Any COMBINATIONS OF numbers 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 or 8
[Z]
Means: any A, B, C, D key or any combination of 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 or 8 keys
[ * ] Denotes the value when the correct password has been entered
[7&9] Means: Press BOTH KEYS (7&9) at the same time
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