PTK5507 v1.0

PTK5507
v1.0
Installation Instructions
WARNING: Please refer to the System Installation Manual for information on limitations regarding product use and function and information on the limitations as to liability of the manufacturer.
NOTE: These instructions shall be used in conjunction with the system Installation Manual of the Control Panel with which this equipment is intended to be used.
Figure 2 - Mounting the backplate
Mounting
English
Installation Instructions
The PTK5507 keypad can be used on security systems with
up to 64 zones. These keypads are compatible with the latest version of the Power Series V4.2+security systems.
Specifications
• Temperature range: -10°C to +55°C (14°F to 131°F)
• Humidity (MAX): 93%R.H. non-condensing
• Plastic enclosure protection degree: IP30, IK04 (touchscreen
excluded)
• Voltage rating: 12VDC nominal
• Connects to control panel via 4-wire Keybus
• Keybus distance: 60 m (200 ft.) (max.); keybus distance in
extra power mode: 33.5 m (110 ft)
• Up to 8 keypads per system
• PTK5507 Current draw: 200 mA (standby)/300 mA (activated)/ 400mA Extra Power Mode
• Wall mount tamper
• 5 programmable function keys
• Ready (Green LED), Armed (Red LED), Trouble (Yellow LED), AC
(Green LED)
• Touchscreen display: 8.5" x 5.1" x 0.8" [127.9 mm (L) x 195
mm (W) x 20.35 mm (D)]
• SD card slot: holds any standard Secure Digital (SD) card (32 x
24 x 2.1 mm) containing photos
• Wiring: standard four-wire connection
• Viewing angle: horizontal viewing angle: 50° (typ.)
• Vertical viewing angle: 70° (top), 70° (bottom) (typ.)
• Brightness: 280 cd/m2
Unpacking
The Power keypad package includes the following parts:
•One Power keypad
•1 tamper switch
•Five mounting screws
•Installation Instructions
•Five anchors for wall-mounting •User Manual
screws
You should mount the keypad where it is accessible to designated points of entry and exit. Once you have selected a dry
and secure location, perform the following steps to mount
the keypad.
mounting hole
mounting hole
wiring slot
Mount and Wire Keypad
hole for
tamper
screw
1. Remove the SD card before opening the touchscreen (see
Figure 1).
WARNING: Disassembling the touchscreen without removing the
SD card will damage the unit.
mounting hole
mounting hole
2. Remove screw at the bottom of the keypad.
3. Insert screwdriver into slots and pry up to remove cover.
Figure 1 - Removing the backplate
5. Run wire through wiring slot. Connect keybus wiring to
keypad (see Wiring section).
6. Place keypad into backplate, ensuring the wire is pushed
back into the wall as much as possible. Route the wire
inside the keypad ensuring high components are avoided.
Snap the front assembly closed, ensuring that there is no
pressure to the keypad from the wire below.
NOTE: If any tension is found between the front keypad assembly
and wiring, please open the keypad, re-route the wire and close
again. Repeat these steps until the keypad is closed properly.
gently
push
in
SD card
press
to
eject
4. Secure keypad backplate to wall using mounting holes.
(See Figure 2.) Use all 4 screws provided unless mounting
on a single gang box. Use the plastic anchors supplied if
the unit is to be mounted on drywall. If using the keypad
tamper, secure the tamper plate to the wall with a screw.
Wiring
1. Before wiring the unit, ensure that all power (AC transformer, telecommunication network, and battery) is disconnected from the control panel.
2. Wrap the Keybus wires through the ferrite core (see Figure
3); one turn is enough. The ferrite core shall be installed as
close to the touchscreen as the installation will allow.
Figure 3 - Ferrite core
3. Connect the four Keybus wires from the control panel
(green, yellow, black, and red) to the keypad terminals.
Refer to Figure 4.
Figure 4 - Wiring
PTK5507
NOT USED
GRN
YEL
BLK
RED
Applying Power
Once all wiring is complete, and the equipment is secured to
the building structure with at least two screws, apply power
to the control panel:
1. Connect the battery leads to the battery.
2. Connect the AC transformer.
3. Connect telecommunication network.
For more information on control panel power specifications,
see the control panel Installation Manual.
CAUTION: Route all the wiring according to the local codes and
regulations.
Programming the Keypad
There are sevToggle Option
eral programming options
1_ _ 4 _ _ _ _
available for
the keypad.
These are described below. Programming the keypad is similar to programming the rest of the system. When you are in
the keypad programming sections, the keypad will display
which options are turned on. To turn an option on or off,
press the number corresponding to the option on the number
pad. The numbers of the options that are currently turned
ON will be displayed. For example, if options 1 and 4 are
on, the display will look like the diagram shown.
For information on programming the rest of your security
system, please refer to your system’s Installation Manual.
NOTE: Do not enable keypad blanking (panel programming,
section 016, option 3). If keypad blanking is enabled, the panel
will stop sending out the status and the keypad status will be
inaccurate.
Enrolling the Keypad
The keypad will need to be assigned to a partition and slot if
supervision or keypad zones are being used. Keypad
assignments and keypad option programming must be done
at each keypad individually.
The 1st digit of keypad assignment is used to determine
partition assignment (1 to 8). If partitioning is not used,
enter [1]. For Global Keypads, enter [0].
The 2nd digit of keypad assignment is used to determine
slot assignment for keypad supervision. Each keypad will be
assigned a different slot number from 1 to 8.
Enter the following at each keypad installed on the system:
1. Enter Installer Programming by pressing Options, Installer
Menu [Installer Code], then Keypad Mode Prog.
2. Press [000] for keypad programming.
3. Press [0] for Partition and Slot Assignment.
4. Enter the 1st digit (0 to 8 for partition assignment).
5. Enter the 2nd digit (1 to 8 for slot assignment supervision).
6. Press the [#] key twice to exit programming.
7. After assigning all keypads, perform a supervisory reset by
entering Options, Installer Menu, [Installer’s Code], [902],
and waiting for 60 seconds.
8. Press the [#] key to exit programming after 60 seconds.
Programming Labels
1. Enter Options, Installer Menu [Installer Code], then Label
Programming.
2. Select the desired Label to Program.
3. Using the keyboard on the screen, enter the new label and
press save when complete.
Broadcasting LCD Labels
All LCD programming is done per keypad. If more than one
LCD keypad is present on the system, labels programmed at
one keypad can be broadcast to all other LCD keypads. Perform the following procedure in order to broadcast labels:
Step 1 - Program one LCD keypad completely.
Step 2 - Make sure all LCD keypads are connected to the Keybus.
Step 3 - Enter keypad programming by pressing Options,
Installer Menu [Installer Code], Keypad Mode Prog, then enter
section [,] [998] [,] at the keypad that was programmed.
The keypad will now broadcast all the information programmed to all the other LCD keypads on the system.
Step 4 - When the keypad is finished press the [#] key to exit.
ASCII Characters
Changing Backlight (Brightness Level)
1. Press Options, Keypad Config, then Backlight.
2. Use slide bar to adjust brightness to desired setting.
3. Press the Back or Home button.
Changing the Buzzer Level
1. Press Options, Keypad Config, then Buzzer Control.
2. Use slide bar to adjust buzzer to desired setting.
3. Press the Back or Home button.
Entering Calibration Mode
1. Press Options, Keypad Config, then Calibration.
2. Press the cross hairs on the screen to complete calibration.
NOTE: Calibration mode can also be entered by pressing and
holding the home button for 3 seconds.
Changing the Background Image
1. Press Options, Installer Menu [Installer Code], Keypad Programming, then Background Image.
2. Select image to use image from SD card as background
image.
3. To exit, press Back or Home button.
Dark Text Enable/Disable
1. Press Options, Installer Menu [Installer Code], Keypad Programming, then Options.
2. Select the desired text color by enabling or disabling Dark Text. (Disabling makes the text
white.)
NOTE: This feature affects only the text on the Classic (Square) Button Home Page.
Changing Home Page Look:
1. Press Options, Keypad Config, Home Page.
2. Select the desired view from either classic look (square) or contemporary (rondel).
3. To exit, press the Back or Home button.
Performing a Firmware Upgrade:
1. Insert an SD card in the PTK5507 with the new firmware.
2. Press Options, Installer Menu [Installer Code], Keypad Programming, then Firmware
Upgrade.
3. Select OK to perform a firmware update (if a new firmware version is available).
Enabling/Disabling Fire, Auxiliary and Panic Buttons
1. Press Options, Installer Menu [Installer Code], Keypad Programming, then Options.
2. Enable/disable the desired Fire, Auxiliary and Panic buttons.
NOTE: The Fire, Auxiliary and Panic buttons are enabled by default on the PTK5507.
Extra Power Option
The Extra Power option will increase the brightness of the display. To enable the option:
1. Press Options, Installer Menu [Installer Code], Keypad Programming, then Options.
2. Enable or disable the extra power option.
NOTE: Enabling the Extra Power option will put the keypad in a higher current mode and the keypad will draw 400 mA.
Changing Function Keys on the Home Page:
1. Press Options, Installer Menu [Installer Code], Keypad Programming, then Home Functions.
2. Assign the desired function to the corresponding key.
3. To exit press the Back or Home button.
Adjusting Screen Time out
1. Press Options, Keypad Config, then Backlight.
2. Select appropriate time for screen time out by using the slide bar.
3. To exit, press Back or Home button.
Accessing Clean Mode
Press Options, Keypad Config, Clean Mode.
NOTE: Clean mode will time out in 30 seconds.
Keypad Enrollment
Enter keypad programming by pressing Options, Installer Menu [Installer’s Code], Keypad
Mode Prog, then [000].
[0] Partition / Slot Assignment
Digit
Option
Valid Range Default
1st Partition Assignment (0=Global Keypad) 0 to 8
1
I_____I
2nd
Slot Assignment
1 to 8
8
I_____I
[1]-[5] Function Key Assignment
Do not attempt to change the function key programming or the home page buttons may not
function as desired.
Keypad Programming
Enter keypad programming by pressing Options, Installer Menu [Installer’s Code], Keypad
Mode Prog, then [000].
[001]-[064] Zone Label 1 to 64
ex. For Zone 1 enter section [001], for Zone 2 enter section [002] etc. Default: “Zone 1”-“Zone 64”
Label
[001] 1 to I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I____I
to
[064] 64 I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I____I
[077] Second Keypad Options
Default
Option
ON
OFF
Chime Enabled for Zone
Chime Disabled for Zone
ON
I____I 1
Openings
Openings
Chime Enabled for Zone
Chime Disabled for Zone
ON
I____I 2
Closings
Closings
For Future Use
OFF I____I 3
For Future Use
ON
I____I 4
For Future Use
OFF I____I 5
For Future Use
ON
I____I 6
For Future Use
ON
I____I 7
For Future Use
OFF I____I 8
Section Zone
NOTE: Do not attempt to change options 3-8 in Section 077 or the keypad may not function as
desired.
[101]-[108] Partition Labels
ex. For Partition 1 enter section [101], for Partition 2 enter section [102] etc.
Section Partition
Label
[101]
I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I
to
1 to 8
I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I
[108]
NOTE: Partition 1 Label is also used as the System Label
[120]-[151] Command Output Labels
Default: “Command_O/P_1” - “Command_O/P_4”
For Partition 1 Command O/P 1 to 4 enter [120] to [123]
For Partition 2 Command O/P 1 to 4 enter [124] to [127]
For Partition 3 Command O/P 1 to 4 enter [128] to [131]
For Partition 4 Command O/P 1 to 4 enter [132] to [135]
For Partition 5 Command O/P 1 to 4 enter [136] to [139]
For Partition 6 Command O/P 1 to 4 enter [140] to [143]
For Partition 7 Command O/P 1 to 4 enter [144] to [147]
For Partition 8 Command O/P 1 to 4 enter [148] to [151]
Cmd.
Section Part Output
Label
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_I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I
[120]- 1 to 1 to
[151] 8
4 I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I_____I
[994] For Future Use
[995][,] Reset Keypad Options to Factory Default
[996][,] Label Default
[997] View Software Version
[998][,] Initiate Global Label Broadcast
[999][,] Reset Keypad EEPROM to Factory Defaults
Keypad Display Symbols
Ready Light (green) – If the Ready light is on, the system is ready for arming.
Armed Light (red) – If the Armed light is on, the system has been armed successfully.
System Trouble – Indicates that a system trouble is active.
AC – Indicates that AC is present at the main panel.
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This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly, in
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• Re-orient the receiving antenna
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• Move the alarm control away from the receiver
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