CS175-275-575-875
LCD/LED Installation Guide
Document Version 2.4 : July 2003
98/482/EC declaration
(Applies to products that have the CE mark attached)
This equipment has been approved in accordance with Council Decision 98/482/EC for Pan-European single terminal connection to the
public switched telephone network (PSTN). However, due to differences between the individual PSTNs provided in different countries,
the approval does not, of itself, give an unconditional assurance of successful operation on every PSTN network termination point.
In the event of problems, you should contact your equipment supplier in first instance.
Aritech is a GE Interlogix brand.
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CONTENTS
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Introducing the CSx75 system .......................................................................................................7
Default codes ...................................................................................................................................9
Default country codes...................................................................................................................10
Installation guidelines...................................................................................................................11
4.1 Installing the system ........................................................................................................................11
4.2 Wiring the system ............................................................................................................................11
4.3 Basic installation procedure.............................................................................................................12
4.4 Installation schematic ......................................................................................................................14
Installing the control unit..............................................................................................................15
4.4.1 CS575M/CS875M (large metal housing) ............................................................................15
4.4.2 CS275/CS575/CS875 (polycarbonate housing) .................................................................17
4.4.3 CS175M/CS275M/CS575SM (small metal housing) ..........................................................19
4.5 Control unit wiring diagram: CS-175................................................................................................22
4.5.1 Inputs and outputs...............................................................................................................23
4.6 Control unit wiring diagram: CS-275................................................................................................24
4.6.1 Inputs and outputs...............................................................................................................25
4.7 Control unit wiring diagram: CS-575 and CS-875 ...........................................................................26
4.7.1 Inputs and outputs...............................................................................................................27
LCD - LED keypad .........................................................................................................................28
5.1 Installing the keypad........................................................................................................................29
5.2 Mounting the keypad .......................................................................................................................29
5.3 Wiring the keypad............................................................................................................................30
5.4 Wiring the keypads together............................................................................................................30
5.4.1 Multidrop network................................................................................................................30
5.4.2 Star network ........................................................................................................................30
5.4.3 Star and multidrop network .................................................................................................31
Wiring zones ..................................................................................................................................32
6.1 General............................................................................................................................................32
6.2 Dual wiring.......................................................................................................................................32
6.3 Single wiring ....................................................................................................................................32
Wiring sounders ............................................................................................................................33
7.1 Wiring a sounder with EOL protection .............................................................................................33
7.2 AS500..............................................................................................................................................33
7.3 AS271..............................................................................................................................................34
7.4 AS290/390.......................................................................................................................................35
Wiring fire detectors......................................................................................................................36
8.1 General............................................................................................................................................36
8.1.1 4-wire fire detector (CS275-575-875)..................................................................................36
8.1.2 2-wire fire detector (CS275-575-875)..................................................................................36
8.1.3 4-wire fire detector (CS175) ................................................................................................37
8.2 Fire escape planning .......................................................................................................................37
Wiring the outputs.........................................................................................................................38
9.1 Wiring the outputs............................................................................................................................38
Programming the system .............................................................................................................40
10.1 Enrolling modules and keypads.....................................................................................................40
10.2 Programming the LCD keypads ....................................................................................................40
10.2.1 Changing the keypad number and partition ......................................................................40
10.2.2 Adjusting the view / brightness of the LCD .......................................................................40
10.2.3 Setting keypad options......................................................................................................40
10.2.4 Setting elapsed increments since last autotest.................................................................42
10.2.5 Setting the system time and date......................................................................................42
10.2.6 Setting the light control for X-10 devices ..........................................................................42
10.2.7 Setting the unit and house codes for X-10 devices...........................................................42
10.2.8 Changing user codes ........................................................................................................42
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10.3
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11.1
11.2
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12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.5
12.6
12.7
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13.1
13.2
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15
15.1
15.2
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16.1
16.2
16.3
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10.2.9 Assigning authority level ...................................................................................................43
10.2.10 Calling back for download...............................................................................................44
10.2.11 Seizing the phone line for download ...............................................................................44
10.2.12 Programming custom messages ....................................................................................44
Programming the LED keypads.....................................................................................................45
10.3.1 Changing the keypad number and partition ......................................................................45
10.3.2 Setting the starting zone ...................................................................................................46
10.3.3 Setting keypad options......................................................................................................46
10.3.4 Setting elapsed increments since last autotest.................................................................46
10.3.5 Setting the system date.....................................................................................................47
10.3.6 Setting the system clock ...................................................................................................47
10.3.7 Changing user codes ........................................................................................................47
10.3.8 Assigning authority level ...................................................................................................47
10.3.9 Calling back for download .................................................................................................49
10.3.10 Seizing the phone line for download ...............................................................................49
10.3.11 Memorising tamper-alarms .............................................................................................49
10.3.12 Blocking tamper alarms ..................................................................................................49
10.3.13 Blocking the keypad due to too many incorrect codes....................................................49
Programming modules and locations .........................................................................................50
Parts of the system........................................................................................................................50
Programming data .........................................................................................................................50
11.2.1 Numerical Data (ND).........................................................................................................50
11.2.2 Feature Selection Data (FSD)...........................................................................................50
Programming the panel ................................................................................................................52
Default programming .....................................................................................................................52
Entering programming mode .........................................................................................................52
Selecting a module to program......................................................................................................52
Loading factory defaults for the controller .....................................................................................52
Defining the country code..............................................................................................................53
Programming via the LED keypad.................................................................................................53
12.6.1 Entering programming mode.............................................................................................53
12.6.2 Exiting a location ...............................................................................................................53
12.6.3 Exiting programming mode ...............................................................................................53
Programming via the LCD keypad.................................................................................................54
12.7.1 Entering programming mode.............................................................................................54
12.7.2 Programming a location ....................................................................................................54
12.7.3 Discarding new data .........................................................................................................54
12.7.4 Reviewing data .................................................................................................................54
12.7.5 Invalid data........................................................................................................................54
1.1.1 Exiting a location .................................................................................................................54
12.7.6...............................................................................................................................................54
12.7.7 Exiting programming mode ...............................................................................................54
Programming with up/download software..................................................................................56
General..........................................................................................................................................56
13.1.1 Wiring of the RS232 cable ................................................................................................56
Programming .................................................................................................................................56
Control panel programming locations ........................................................................................57
Using partitioned systems............................................................................................................88
LEDs in partitioning master mode .................................................................................................88
Displays in the partitioning master mode.......................................................................................88
15.2.1 Armed and Ready status...................................................................................................88
15.2.2 Arming and disarming multiple partitions ..........................................................................88
15.2.3 Operating individual areas in the multi-partition mode ......................................................89
15.2.4 Silencing alarms in the multi-partition mode .....................................................................90
Setting up RF Zones – RX8i4-16i4 ...............................................................................................91
Setting the DIP switches................................................................................................................91
Module status conditions ...............................................................................................................92
Wiring the RX8i4-16i4....................................................................................................................92
16.3.2 Specifications ....................................................................................................................92
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17.1
17.2
17.3
17.4
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18.1
18.2
18.3
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19.1
19.2
19.3
19.4
19.5
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20.1
20.2
20.3
21
21.1
21.2
Programming the RX8i4-16i4 ........................................................................................................93
16.4.1 Determine transmitter settings ..........................................................................................93
16.4.2 Special settings for door/window transmitters and wireless smoke detectors. .................93
16.4.3 Programming guidelines ...................................................................................................95
16.4.4 Deleting transmitters .........................................................................................................97
16.4.5 Testing wireless transmitters ............................................................................................97
Setting up RF Zones – RX8w8-16w8............................................................................................98
Setting the DIP switches................................................................................................................99
Module Status Conditions..............................................................................................................99
Wiring the RX8w8-16w8 ................................................................................................................99
17.3.1 Terminal description..........................................................................................................99
17.3.2 Specifications ..................................................................................................................100
Programming the RX8w8 – RX16w8...........................................................................................100
17.4.1 Receiver installation and procedure (for Belgium) ..........................................................100
17.4.2 Programming the zone configuration and partition .........................................................101
17.4.3 Programming guidelines .................................................................................................103
17.4.4 Deleting transmitters .......................................................................................................104
17.4.5 Testing wireless transmitters ..........................................................................................104
CS216 Hardware zone expander................................................................................................106
Setting the DIP switches..............................................................................................................106
18.1.1 DIP switch 6 ....................................................................................................................107
Wiring the CS216 ........................................................................................................................107
18.2.1 Terminal description........................................................................................................107
18.2.2 Specifications ..................................................................................................................108
Programming the CS216 .............................................................................................................108
18.3.1 Programming the zone configuration and partition .........................................................108
CS534 Audio Board .....................................................................................................................109
Features definition .......................................................................................................................109
19.1.1 Anti-lockup tone ..............................................................................................................109
19.1.2 Call back mode ...............................................................................................................110
19.1.3 Call-in mode ....................................................................................................................110
19.1.4 Call-in mode answering machine defeat.........................................................................110
19.1.5 High gain and low gain listen-in mode ............................................................................110
19.1.6 Line hold mode................................................................................................................110
19.1.7 Speaker lockout ..............................................................................................................110
Wiring the CS534 ........................................................................................................................110
19.2.1 Terminal description........................................................................................................110
19.2.2 Specifications ..................................................................................................................111
General operating instructions.....................................................................................................111
Line-hold or call back...................................................................................................................111
19.4.1 Line hold mode................................................................................................................111
19.4.2 Call back mode ...............................................................................................................112
19.4.3 Control levels ..................................................................................................................112
19.4.4 Tones ..............................................................................................................................113
Programming the CS534 .............................................................................................................114
19.5.1 Programming the CS534 parameters .............................................................................114
CS507 Ouput Expander Board ...................................................................................................118
Setting the DIP switches..............................................................................................................119
20.1.1 DIP switch 4 ....................................................................................................................119
Wiring the CS507 ........................................................................................................................119
20.2.1 Terminal description........................................................................................................119
20.2.2 Specifications ..................................................................................................................120
Programming the CS507 .............................................................................................................121
20.3.1 Programming the output configuration and partition .......................................................121
CS586 RS232 interface................................................................................................................127
Wiring the CS586 ........................................................................................................................127
21.1.1 Terminal description........................................................................................................127
21.1.2 Specifications ..................................................................................................................128
General operating instructions.....................................................................................................128
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21.2.1 LED Indications ...............................................................................................................128
Programming the CS586 .............................................................................................................128
21.3.1 Programming the RS232 parameters .............................................................................128
Control panel programming worksheets ..................................................................................130
Appendix 1: Reporting fixed codes in Contact ID and SIA......................................................145
Appendix 2: Reporting zone codes in Contact ID and SIA......................................................147
Appendix 3: Overview of module numbers ..............................................................................149
25.1 Keypads.......................................................................................................................................149
25.2 Hardware expander CS216 .........................................................................................................149
1.1 Output module CS507 ...................................................................................................................149
25.3..........................................................................................................................................................149
25.4 Wireless receiver (RX8w8 and RX16w8) ....................................................................................150
25.5 Wireless receiver (RX8I4)............................................................................................................150
Appendix 4: Service messages..................................................................................................151
Glossary .......................................................................................................................................152
Technical specifications .............................................................................................................160
28.1 Keyswitch zones..........................................................................................................................160
Tasks summary ...........................................................................................................................162
Index .............................................................................................................................................163
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1 INTRODUCING THE CSX75 SYSTEM
The CSx75 range represents a new approach to security systems design. It is flexible,
durable and user-friendly.
The design allows a fully loaded system to be housed in one single metal or plastic
enclosure, establishing a logical solution and design response to modular systems.
Four different panel types are available: the CS175, the CS275, the CS575 and the
CS875. In this manual, they are known collectively as the CSx75.
The CS875 version includes:
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Access for up to 99 users.
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Up to 168 zones. Up to 128 of these can be wireless zones.
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Four on-board outputs: two relay outputs, two open collector outputs.
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Separate on-board external and internal sounder output, with built–in siren driver for
the internal sounder.
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Eight partitions.
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Integrated fire, access, verification and input/output modules.
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Franklin 4+2, SIA, 200 baud FSK and Contact ID report formats.
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Hardware expansion with up to 32 modules.
The CS575 version includes:
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Access for up to 99 users.
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Up to 48 zones, either wireless or hardwired.
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Four on-board outputs: two relay outputs, two open collector outputs.
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Separate on-board external and internal sounder output, with built–in siren driver for
the internal sounder.
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Four partitions.
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Integrated fire, access, verification and input/output modules.
•
Franklin 4+2, SIA, 200 baud FSK and Contact ID report formats.
•
Hardware expansion with up to 32 modules.
The CS275 version includes:
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Access for up to 40 users.
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Up to a maximum of 16 zones; expansion only by wireless.
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Four on-board outputs: four open collector outputs.
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Separate on-board external and internal sounder output, with built–in siren driver for
the internal sounder.
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Two partitions.
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Integrated fire, access, verification and input/output modules.
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Franklin 4+2, SIA, 200 baud FSK and Contact ID report formats.
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Hardware expansion with up to three modules.
The CS175 version includes:
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Access for up to eight users.
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Up to a maximum of eight zones; expansion only by wireless.
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Two on-board outputs: two open collector outputs.
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External sounder output.
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Integrated fire, access, verification and input/output module.
•
Franklin 4+2, SIA, 200 baud FSK and Contact ID report formats.
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Hardware expansion with one module.
Optional accessories include:
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CS534 audio board.
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CS535 voice module.
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CS216 input expanders.
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CS507 output expanders.
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RX8i4, RX16i4 wireless receiver for wireless sensor on 433 MHz.
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RX8w8, RX16w8 wireless receiver for wireless sensor on 868 MHz.
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2 DEFAULT CODES
Default installer
code
Default master
user code
Download
access code
1278 when using a four-digit code
Location 53 sets the number of digits.
127800 when using a six-digit code
Location 54 changes this code.
1122 when using a four-digit code
Location 53 sets the number of digits
112256 when using a six-digit code
Users should change the user code.
12780000
Location 30 changes this code.
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3 DEFAULT COUNTRY CODES
Baltic states
03
1122
1278
Download Access
Code
12780000
France
02
1122(56)
1278(00)
84800000
Belgium
11
1122(56)
1278(00)
12780000
Czech Republic
20
1122
1278
12780000
Denmark
07
1122
1278
12780000
Hungary
22
1122
1278
12780000
Holland
01
1122(56)
1278(00)
12780000
Ireland
12
1122
1278
12780000
Italy
10
7777(77)
8522(22)
84800000
Norway
05
1122
1278
12780000
Poland
18
1122(56)
1278
84800000
Portugal
21
1122(56)
1278(00)
84800000
Slovak Republic
24
1122
1278
12780000
Spain
09
1122(56)
1278(00)
84800000
Sweden
06
1122
1278
12780000
UK
03
1122
1278
12780000
Country
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10
Country code
User code
Installer code
The brackets contain additional digits for six-digit codes.
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4 INSTALLATION GUIDELINES
This installation manual details the installation and programming of the CSx75 using an
LCD keypad or LED keypad. You can also program the system from a PC using the
up/download procedure and Windows-based software.
4.1
Installing the system
Essential
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4.2
Optional
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Control unit and keypad
•
Additional keypads
•
Four or six-way security wire
•
Additional expansion modules
•
Battery for control unit (7.2Ah
recommended)
•
Voice module
•
•
RS232 adapter (depending on model)
Screws, wall plugs and cable clips
•
•
Keyswitch
Sensors
•
•
PC with Windows software
Sounders
•
•
Multimeter
Screwdrivers, wire cutters and wire
strippers
•
Keypad on a long lead
•
Input and output expanders
•
Home automation module
The CS175 must have at least one keypad (LED or LCD) installed. On the CS275,
CS575 and CS875 you can disconnect the keypad after programming or program
remotely by means of the up/download package.
Wiring the system
The CSx75 control panel has been designed, assembled and tested to meet the
requirements of current relevant standards related to safety, emission and immunity
with respect to environmental electrical and electromagnetic interference. Only a
qualified electrician or other suitable trained and qualified person should attempt to
wire this system to the mains or to the public telephone network.
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Always disconnect the mains power before opening the control panel cabinet. Disconnect
the AC mains plug from the AC mains wall socket or disconnect the mains by means of
the dedicated circuit breaker provided.
When installing the CSx75, you should follow local standards and the following guidelines.
1.
Ensure that there is a good earth for the alarm system. A good earth is essential for
effective resistance to electrical interference. Do not forget to provide a network earth
for the telephone dialler.
2.
Maintain a good separation between low voltage and mains supply cables. Use
separate points of cable entry to the control panel cabinet.
3.
Avoid loops of wire inside the control panel and route cables so they do not lie on top
or underneath the printed circuit board. The use of cable ties is recommended and
improves neatness within the box.
4.
Mains switching relays must not be fitted inside the control panel cabinet. The
switching of these relays may cause electrical interference. Any circuit connected
either directly to the on-board relay’s contact or to the external relay’s contact
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through the on-board electronic output, must be of SELV (Safety extra-low voltage)
operating circuit.
4.3
•
Use a relay with good insulation between the contacts and the coil.
•
Place a suppression diode, for example, a 1N4001, across the relay coil.
•
Relays connected to open collector outputs of the alarm system should be rated
at 12 volts DC with a coil impedance greater than 400 Ohms.
5.
The remote bus cable is used for communication between the control panel and the
keypads/expanders. The greatest care should be taken when installing this cable.
Never split it into separate cables. Do not use cables with wires that are used for
telephone connections or for switching, for example, flashing LEDs, sirens or relays.
6.
Avoid cable ducts and cableways that contain mains power cables. This is
particularly important when such ducts contain cables supplying electric motors,
fluorescent lights or three-phase power. If this is not possible, shielded cable should
be used and the cable should be earthed at the control panel end only.
7.
If the upper and/or lower cabinet entry cable holes are used to route wiring into the
control panel, always use a proper pipe fitting system by means of appropriate
conduit and junction box. Use only materials of suitable flammability class (HB or
better).
8.
For mains power connection, use the mains connector terminal either through a
permanent wiring or a flexible mains cable to an earthed mains outlet. Always use
cable ties to fix mains cable at the dedicated fixing point provided near the mains
terminal connector.
•
For permanent fixed wiring, insert an easily accessible, dedicated bipolar circuit
breaker in the power distribution network.
•
Do not solder the end of a stranded conductor at places where the conductor is
subject to a contact pressure, unless the method of clamping reduces the risk of
a bad contact due to cold flow of the solder.
Basic installation procedure
You should first identify a suitable place for the control unit. This must be convenient to a
mains supply and a telephone connection.
You must then:
1. Mount the sensors, keypads, control unit, smoke detectors and sounders.
2. Connect all modules and keypads to the keypad bus, making sure to set the DIP
switches on the modules and record the module addresses. These are needed
later.
3. Connect the battery and the mains power. The control panel will not start if only
the battery is connected.
4. Program all keypads with their keypad number and partition number using
See Setting keypad options on page 40 for more information.
94.
5. Set the options on each keypad.
6. Once all keypads have been programmed, you can either enter and exit
programming mode to initialise the modules and keypads, or continue by
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defaulting and programming the control panel and the modules, adding users and
setting authority levels.
7. Set the country code. After changing the country code, the defaults for the
selected country are restored in the panel.
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4.4
Installation schematic
Connect all modules and
keypads to the keypad
bus
Set module DIP switches
and record settings
Program control panel
Connect battery
Default modules
Program keypad number,
partition and options on
keypad 3
Program modules
Connect mains power
Program keypad number,
partition and options on
keypad 1
Program keypad number,
partition and options on
keypad 2
If downloading only, enter
and exit programming
mode
Download control panel
and all modules
Set system date and
time
Add user codes
Default control panel
Assign authority
levels to users
Train system users
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INSTALLING THE CONTROL UNIT
4.4.1 CS575M/CS875M (large metal housing)
This large metal housing can be used with the CS575 and CS875.
Steps
1. Open the box.
2. Wire the panel.
3. Attach the ribbon cable to the CS534 listen-in module.
4. Connect the CS534 listen-in module and CS535 voice module with the ribbon cable.
5. Add the pillars for the CS535 voice module to the board.
6. Attach the CS535 voice module to the board via the jumpers and pillars.
7. Attach the pillars for the CS534 listen-in module to the box.
8. Insert the CS534 listen-in module in the box.
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9. Add the pillars for the CS507 output module or CS216 input expander or CS7001 to
the box.
10. Mount the CS507 output module or CS216 input expander or CS7001.
11. Mount the pillars for another module on the board mounted in the box in step 10.
12. Mount another module on the pillars placed in step 11.
13. Mount the pillars for a CS216 input expander on the CS575/875 board.
14. Mount the CS216 input expander on the CS575/875 board.
15. Wire the keypad bus for all modules. Check the installation instructions for each
module modules for wiring information.
16. Connect the battery and power up the panel.
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4.4.2 CS275/CS575/CS875 (polycarbonate housing)
This polycarbonate housing can be used with the CS275, CS575 and CS875.
1. Unscrew the holding screw in the polycarbonate housing.
2. Open the box.
3. Lift off the lid of the box.
4. Flip up the PCB mounting tray.
5. Attach the ribbon cable to the CS534 listen-in module.
6. Remove the sticky pads and insert the pillars for the CS534 listen-in module in the box.
7. Connect the CS534 listen-in module to the box.
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8. Flip down the PCB mounting tray.
9. Attach the pillars for the CS535 voice module to the board.
10. Attach the CS535 voice module to the board via the jumpers and pillars.
11. Connect the CS534 listen-in module and CS535 voice module with the ribbon cable.
12. Attach the pillars for the CS216 input expander or CS507 output module to the board.
13. Mount the CS216 input expander or CS507 output module on the board.
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14. Drill 0.3 mm holes for the card guides in the box.
15. Place the card guide on the box.
16. Screw in the card guides.
17. Use card guides to mount up to 3 further pre-wired modules. See the modules for
wiring instructions.
18. Mount the RF receiver in the lid of the box. This facility is not available in every
country.
19. If you are installing an RX8I4, RX16I4 or RX48I4 CA series receiver you must insert
the antennae through the lid.
20. Wire the keypad bus for any other modules that are not in the card guides.
21. Connect the battery and power up the panel.
4.4.3 CS175M/CS275M/CS575SM (small metal housing)
This is a small metal housing that can be used with the CS175, CS275 and CS575.
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Steps
1. Open the box.
2. Wire the panel.
3. Attach the pillars for the CS534 listen-in module or CS535 voice module to the main
board.
4. Mount the CS534 listen-in module or CS535 voice module to the extension gate
(jumper).
5. Mount the CS534 listen-in module or CS535 voice module on the pillars to the main
board.
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6. Add the pillars for the CS216 input expander or CS507 output expander to the main
board.
7. Mount the CS216 input expander or CS507 output expander.
8. Wire the keypad bus for all modules. See the modules for wiring instructions.
9. Connect the battery and power up the panel.
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4.5
Control unit wiring diagram: CS-175
J17
EXPANSION
..
J14
RED
J15
BLACK
LED 2
S1
Z4
COM
Z3
Z2
Z1
3
LED 3
COM
SMOKE
4
TAMPER
OUT2
5
AUX+
OUT1
EXT
COM
DATA
AUX+
J16
J1
7
22
6
2
1
1
Zones 1-4
6
External sounder
11
Serial expansion
2
Box tamper input
7
Keypad bus
12
Phone line connector
3
Fire detector reset
output
8
Additional keypad bus
connection
13
Phone line
communication LED
4
Open collector 2
9
Lid tamper
5
Open collector 1
10
Bus supervision LED
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4.5.1
Inputs and outputs
SMOKE
AUX+
COM
TAMPER
Z1
COM
Z2
Z3
COM
Z4
DATA
AUX+
COM
EXT
COM
OUT1
OUT2
CS175
DATA
Communication/Expander data (0101) (Including Keypad)
AUX +
Communication/Expander power (Including Keypad)
COM
Communication/Expander ground (Including Keypad)
EXT
External bell return
COM
Ground
OUT 1
Output 1
OUT 2
Output 2
SMOKE
Fire detector reset output
AUX +
Power
COM
Ground
TAMPER
Tamper loop
Z1
Zone 1
COM
Ground
Z2
Zone 2
Z3
Zone 3
COM
Ground
Z4
Zone 4
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Control unit wiring diagram: CS-275
12
13
14
15
J17
EXPANSION
J18
LED 2
. .
J14 J15
RED BLACK
J16
LED 3
S1
Z6
COM
Z5
Z4
COM
Z3
Z2
COM
Z1
TAMPER
TAMPER
OUT4
AUX+
COM
OUT2
OUT3
OUT1
AUX+
EXT
COM
INT
DATA
AUX+
11
J1
16
9
24
8
7
6 5
4
3
2
1
1
Zones 1-6
7
Open collector 1
12
Serial expansion
2
Lid tamper
8
External sounder
13
Bus supervision LED
3
Box tamper input
9
Internal sounder
14
Full expansion port
4
Open collector 4 2-wire
smoke
10
Keypad bus
15
Phone line connector
5
Open collector 3
11
Additional keypad bus
connection
16
Phone line communication
LED 3
6
Open collector 2
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Z1
COM
Z2
Z3
COM
Z4
Z5
COM
Z6
AUX+
COM
OUT4
TAMPER
TAMPER
OUT1
AUX+
OUT2
OUT3
DATA
AUX+
COM
INT
COM
EXT
CS275
DATA
Communication/Expander data (0101) (Including Keypad)
AUX +
Communication/Expander power (Including Keypad)
COM
Communication/Expander ground (Including Keypad)
INT
Inernal bell return
COM
Ground
EXT
External bell return
OUT1
Output 1
AUX +
Power
OUT 2
Output 2
OUT 3
Output 3
AUX +
Power
COM
Ground
OUT 4
Output 4
TAMPER
Tamper loop
Z1
Zone 1
COM
Ground
Z2
Zone 2
Z3
Zone 3
COM
Ground
Z4
Zone 4
Z5
Zone 5
COM
Ground
Z6
Zone 6
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4.7
Control unit wiring diagram: CS-575 and CS-875
12
13
14
15
J17
EXPANSION
J18
LED 2
. .
J14 J15
RED BLACK
J16
S1
LED 3
Z8
COM
Z7
Z6
COM
Z5
Z4
COM
Z3
Z2
COM
Z1
TAMPER
TAMPER
OUT4
AUX+
COM
R3C
R3NC
R3NO
OUT2
R1C
AUX+
R1NO
R1NC
EXT
COM
INT
DATA
AUX+
11
J1
9
7
6
5
4
3
2
16
1
1
Zones 1-8
7
Relay 1
12
Serial expansion
2
Lid tamper *
8
External sounder
13
Bus supervision LED
3
Box tamper input *
9
Internal sounder
14
Full expansion port
4
Open collector 4 2-wire
smoke
10
Keypad bus
15
Phone line connector
5
Relay 3
11
Additional keypad bus
connection
16
Phone line communication
LED
6
Open collector 2
"
26
8
* Always use in parallel. Only one or the other can be used.
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Z1
COM
Z2
Z3
COM
Z4
Z5
COM
Z6
Z7
COM
Z8
DATA
AUX+
COM
INT
COM
EXT
R1NC
R1NO
R1C
AUX+
OUT2
COM
R3NC
R3NO
R3C
AUX+
COM
OUT4
TAMPER
TAMPER
CS575 and CS875
DATA
Communication/Expander data (0101) (Including Keypad)
AUX +
Communication/Expander power (Including Keypad)
COM
Communication/Expander ground (Including Keypad)
INT
Internal bell power
COM
Ground
EXT
External bell return
R1NC
Relay 1 (normally closed)
R1NO
Relay 1 (normally open)
R1C
Relay 1 (ground)
AUX +
Power
OUT 2
Output 2
COM
Ground
R3NC
Relay 3 (normally closed)
R3NO
Relay 3 (normally open)
R3C
Relay 3 (ground)
AUX +
Power
COM
Ground
OUT 4
Output 4
TAMPER
Tamper loop
Z1
Zone 1
COM
Ground
Z2
Zone 2
Z3
Zone 3
COM
Ground
Z4
Zone 4
Z5
Zone 5
COM
Ground
Z6
Zone 6
Z7
Zone 7
COM
Ground
Z8
Zone 8
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5 LCD - LED KEYPAD
Power (green)
When lit, the system is powered up.
Ready (green)
The Ready LED is on when the system is ready to arm and flashes
when the system is ready to force arm. If the LED is off, the system
cannot be armed, generally because there is a zone fault.
Fire (red)
When the Fire LED is lit, a fire zone has been faulted. A rapidly
flashing Fire LED means that there is a problem with the fire zone.
Armed
The Armed LED is on when the system is armed. It is off when it
the system is disarmed. It flashes when there has been an alarm
during the previous arm cycle.
(LED Only)
Bypass
The Bypass LED is on when any zone is bypassed in the partition
to which the LED keypad has been assigned.
(LED Only)
Service
(LED Only)
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The Service LED is on when the security system requires service.
If it is on, press the key followed by the Ù key to determine the
service condition. One or more zone LEDs illuminate to indicate
the service(s) required. Call your service provider immediately. See
Appendix 4 for a list of service messages.
Stay
Press to part arm your system. All interior zones are disarmed but
the perimeter remains protected.
Exit
Press to arm all zones before leaving.
Bypass
Press to bypass zones.
Navigation keys
Press to scroll through lists and options on the LCD display.
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Chime
Press to turn the chime on and off.
#
Hash key
Press to access modules and locations.
*
Star
Press to access tasks and select and enter data.
Installing the keypad
You need to install at least one keypad to set up the system.
5.2
Mounting the keypad
Syst emr eady
t ype Code t o Ar m
Ï
1
2
3
4
5
6
Ð
7
8
9
0
#
*
1
Opening clips
4
Wire trunking
2
Mandatory screw
5
Mounting holes
3
Pry off tamper screw
6
Wire cutout hole
Steps
1. Remove screw, if fitted.
2. Push in clips with a screwdriver.
3. Lift up lid.
4. Mount the keypad on the wall using the mounting holes.
5. Use the wire trunking or wire cutout hole to place the wires in the keypad.
6. Attach the rear tamper screw if desired.
7. Reattach the base and lid.
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5.3
Wiring the keypad
The keypad should be wired to the control unit as follows.
Aux+
0101
-+
Com
Data
CSx75
5.4
13.8V
CS-LCD
Wiring the keypads together
The total cable length of wiring is restricted to 800 m. The following table lists the wire
gauge that should be used. These numbers are for one keypad at the end of the wire.
When connecting more than one keypad to the end of the wire, a higher gauge wire is
required.
Bus Length
Length in meters
Connected to CSx75
Wire mm²
110
0.50
200
0.75
333
1.00
500
1.50
800
2.50
The maximum number of keypads you can connect to the control panel is the number of
partitions multiplied by eight. The CS175 supports a maximum of eight keypads, the
CS275 supports a maximum of 16 keypads and the CS575 and CS875 support a
maximum of 32 keypads.
5.4.1 Multidrop network
In a multidrop network, keypads are chained together. Each keypad is connected in
parallel to the one before it.
5.4.2 Star network
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In a star network, each keypad is wired back separately to the control unit terminals.
5.4.3 Star and multidrop network
You can create a combination of a star and multidrop network. The following diagram
shows how four keypads can be connected using both methods.
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6 WIRING ZONES
6.1
General
The control unit inputs are set up as standard EOL (4K7) freely programmable zones.
However, by programming the zones as dual loop, all control unit zone inputs can be
programmed to provide alarm and tamper indications on the same zone.
6.2
Dual wiring
One zone includes both alarm and tamper wiring.
The alarm devices are wired in series and a 4K7 resistor is fitted in parallel across the
closed circuit contacts.
The tamper contacts are wired in series with a 4K7 EOL resistor.
•
All devices closed - loop resistance is 4K7.
•
Tamper device open - loop is an open or short circuit.
•
Alarm device open - loop resistance is 9K4 (EOL resistor PLUS parallel resistor).
4K7
4K7
E.O.L.
6.3
1
Zone terminal
3
Alarm contact
2
Sensor
4
Tamper contact
Single wiring
Two zones are required, one zone for alarm and one zone for tamper. The tamper
contacts are wired in series with a 4K7 EOL resistor.
4K7
E.O.L.
4K7
E.O.L.
32
1
Zone terminal
3
Alarm contact
2
Sensor
4
Tamper contact
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7.1
Wiring a sounder with EOL protection
Any zone can be used. It should be programmed as tamper and single EOL.
7.2
AS500
Z1
COM
Z2
Z3
COM
Z4
Z5
COM
Z6
Z7
COM
Z8
DATA
AUX+
COM
INT
COM
EXT
R1NC
R1NO
R1C
AUX+
OUT2
COM
R3NC
R3NO
R3C
AUX+
COM
OUT4
TAMPER
TAMPER
CSx75
4K7
4K7
4K7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11
AS500
"
1
Beacon hold off
5
Tamper
9
Piezo
2
Siren hold off
6
Tamper
10
Piezo
3
+13.8 V
7
Beacon
11
Piezo
4
GND
8
Beacon
In all cases, select negative hold off on the sounder.
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7.3
AS271
4K7
Z1
COM
Z2
Z3
COM
Z4
Z5
COM
Z6
Z7
COM
Z8
DATA
AUX+
COM
INT
COM
EXT
R1NC
R1NO
R1C
AUX+
OUT2
COM
R3NC
R3NO
R3C
AUX+
COM
OUT4
TAMPER
TAMPER
CSx75
4K7
5
4
3
2
1
AS271
"
34
1
Tamper
4
0 V speaker
2
Tamper
5
0 V beacon (AS271 only)
3
+13.8 V
This wiring configuration for the AS271 allows the beacon to follow the internal sounder.
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AS290/390
Z1
COM
Z2
Z3
COM
Z4
Z5
COM
Z6
Z7
COM
Z8
DATA
AUX+
COM
INT
COM
EXT
R1NC
R1NO
R1C
AUX+
OUT2
COM
R3NC
R3NO
R3C
AUX+
COM
OUT4
TAMPER
TAMPER
CSx75
4K7
4K7
4K7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10
AS290/AS390
"
1
Piezo
4
Beacon
7
GND
2
Piezo
5
Tamper
8
+13.8 V
3
Beacon
6
Tamper
9
Siren hold off
10
Beacon hold off
Cut jumpers 5 and 7 for negative hold off on the sounder.
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8 WIRING FIRE DETECTORS
8.1
General
If you need to drive more than one 4-wire fire detector, you may need to use a relay.
8.1.1 4-wire fire detector (CS275-575-875)
DB702 + DP721R
2
2
AUX+
CS275
CS575
CS875
DB702 + DP721R
3
1
COM
OUT4
6
4
Z4
3
1
4
6
5
5
COM
1 + Line in
2 + Line out
3 - Line
4
5
6
NC (normally closed)
COM
NO (normally open)
8.1.2 2-wire fire detector (CS275-575-875)
DB701 + DP721
2
AUX+
CS275
CS575
CS875
COM
DB701 + DP721
1
2
3
3
1
OUT4
Z4
COM
1 + Line in
2 + Line out
3 - Line
"
The fire detector power is connected to aux and output 4.
Change location 51, segment 2, option 5 to On.
The fire alarm is always activated as alarm on zone 8.
The maximum number of fire detectors to be connected is three.
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DB702 + DP721R
2
2
AUX+
CS175
DB702 + DP721R
3
1
COM
SMOKE
6
Z1
3
1
4
4
6
5
5
COM
1 + Line in
2 + Line out
3 - Line
8.2
4
5
6
NC (normally closed)
COM
NO (normally open)
Fire escape planning
If fire detectors are wired as part of the system, it is important that you help the owner
create an escape plan. Ensure that the plan is quick and that all members of the
household have practised it.
An escape plan should include:
•
Planning an escape route from all parts of the house, especially the sleeping quarters.
•
Planning assistance for children, the elderly and the infirm.
•
Ensuring access to the ground from the upstairs even if the staircase goes on fire.
•
Creating an assembly point.
Regular testing of smoke detectors is necessary in order to verify the proper functioning of
your system.
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9 WIRING THE OUTPUTS
9.1
Wiring the outputs
The amount and type of available outputs is different per panel type. See Introducing the
CSx75 system on page 7 for more information.The CS875 and CS575 have two open
collector outputs and two relay outputs. The CS275 has four open collector outputs and
the CS175 has only two open collector outputs.
The open collector outputs control additional relays and are limited to 40 mA maximum.
DATA
AUX+
COM
INT
COM
EXT
c
CS875
R1NC
R1NO
R1C
d
R3NC
R3NO
R3C
d
AUX+
OUT2
COM
CS575
c
AUX+
COM
OUT4
TAMPER
TAMPER
DATA
AUX+
COM
INT
COM
EXT
d
d
CS275
OUT1
AUX+
OUT2
OUT3
AUX+
COM
OUT4
TAMPER
TAMPER
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AUX+
COM
EXT
COM
OUT1
OUT2
SMOKE
AUX+
COM
TAMPER
Z1
COM
Z2
Z3
COM
Z4
CS175
d
d
1
1A rated contacts. Relays are powered and switched from the panel. No external
power is needed to switch the relays.
2
Digital outputs limited to 40 mA.
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10 PROGRAMMING THE SYSTEM
10.1 Enrolling modules and keypads
The CSx75 can automatically find and store in its memory all keypads, zone expanders,
wireless receivers and any other module connected to the data terminal. This allows these
modules to be supervised by the control panel.
Steps
1. Press
8.
2. Enter a Go to program code. The default code is 1278 for a four-digit code or
127800 for a six-digit code.
3. Press the Exit key to leave programming mode. When you leave programming
mode, the CSx75 automatically enrolls the devices. The enrolling process takes
about 12 seconds. User codes are not accepted during this time.
10.2 Programming the LCD keypads
This section describes how to program the address, partition and available options for
each LCD keypad.
10.2.1 Changing the keypad number and partition
You must set the partition and keypad number for the current keypad. The keypad can
connect to the bus only after you set these numbers.
1. Press
94.
2. Enter a Go to program code.
3. Enter the keypad number (1-8).
4. Press
.
5. Enter the partition number. The keypad automatically exits this mode.
10.2.2 Adjusting the view / brightness of the LCD
1. Press
91.
2. Enter a master user code. The LCD prompts you to change the view.
3. Use the scroll keys to raise or lower the text view.
4. To advance to the brightness option, press
the LCD lighting.
. The LCD prompts you to change
5. Use the scroll keys to increase or decrease the brightness.
6. When you have finished making changes, press
to exit.
10.2.3 Setting keypad options
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1. Press
93.
2. Enter a Go to program code.
3. Set the keypad features listed in the following table. Press 0 to turn a feature off.
Press 1 to turn a feature on.
4. When you have finished setting the options, press to display the additional
feature selection and then set these features. Press 0 to turn a feature off. Press
1 to turn a feature on.
Case Tamper on?
Keypad Feature Enabled
Reports any keypad tamper.
Silent Keypad?
Silences the entry/exit sounder and chime only.
Ding dong chime?
If off, the chime is a single tone. See Location 52
on page 71 for more information.
5 sec silence
Silences the pulsing keypad sounder for five
seconds when a key is pressed.
Armed zone info?
Does not allow the keypad to display faulted or
bypassed zones when the system is armed.
Beep on panics?
Sounds a short beep to verify that the keypress is
accepted.
Disable service?
Turns off the service required message.
Master keypad?
Enables temporary viewing of all partitions when
1 is pressed followed by the partition number.
Custom message?
Uses the custom message. See Programming
custom messages on page 44 for information.
Clock?
Displays the date and time.
Custom message lock?
Locks the custom message. See Programming
custom messages on page 44 for more
information.
Option 1
Additional Keypad Features
Displays the menu. Press
for help.
Option 2
Disables LED extinguish on this keypad.
Option 3
On hides the PIN when programming.
Option 4
On suppresses beeps when an RF transmission is
lost.
Option 5-8
Reserved
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10.2.4 Setting elapsed increments since last autotest
1. Press
95.
2. Enter a Go to program code.
3. Enter a three-digit number and press #.
10.2.5 Setting the system time and date
1. Press
96.
2. Enter a master user code.
3. Use the scroll keys to change the settings.
4. Press
between each part of the date and time.
10.2.6 Setting the light control for X-10 devices
1. Press
47. The keypad prompts you to select a light number between 0 and 9.
2. Enter the number of the device you want to edit. The keypad displays the light
number and prompts you to turn the light on or off.
3. Use the scroll keys to turn the device on or off.
4. The keypad prompts you to select a light number between 0 and 9.
5. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until complete.
6. Press # to exit.
10.2.7 Setting the unit and house codes for X-10 devices
1. Press
48.
2. Enter a Go to program code.
3. Enter the unit code and press
code.
. The keypad prompts you to enter the house
4. Enter the house code and press . The keypad increments to the next light
number and prompts you to enter the unit code.
5. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until complete.
6. Press # to exit.
10.2.8 Changing user codes
1. Press
5.
2. Enter a master user code. The Ready LED flashes.
3. Enter a two-digit user number, For example, 03 is user 3. The keypad displays the
current code for this user. Stars ( ) represent blanks.
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4. Enter the new user code for the selected user. If you are changing the current
code, use the scroll keys to select the digit to change and then enter the correct
number. If the code is rejected, the sounder beeps three times. To delete a user
code, press
for a four-digit code or
for a six-digit code.
5. To edit another user code, return to step 2 and enter the user code.
6. Press # to exit.
10.2.9 Assigning authority level
You must assign user codes before assigning authority levels. To set a user’s acess to a
particular partition, you must have access to the partition.
Steps
1. Press
6.
2. Enter a master user code. The keypad prompts you to enter a user number.
3. Enter a two-digit user number. For example, 03 is user 3.
4. Set the attributes in the following table for the selected user. Press 0 to turn an
attribute off. Press 1 to turn an attribute on.
•
When programming codes that activate outputs, you must also configure the
output events. See Location 59 on page 73 for more information.
•
When you set Outputs Used? to 1, the options Output 4, Output 3, Output 2
and Output 1 are displayed. Press to continue without editing these options.
Outputs used?
User Attributes
Output 4 ?
Output 3 ?
Output 2 ?
Output 1?
Open / Close Rprt?
Bypass enable?
Arm / Disarm?
Master code?
Sched arm only?
Arm only?
5. Press . The partition enable section is displayed. The keypad displays the
partitions the selected user can access.
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6. To remove access to a partition, press the partition number on the keypad. The
partition is marked with a hyphen(-) to indicate that the user can no longer access
it. To grant the user access to apartition, press the partition number again.
7. Press
code.
to save the changes. The keypad prompts you to enter another user
8. To edit another user’s authority level, return to step 3. Otherwise, press # to exit
without saving your changes.
"
Any master arm/disarm code can add or change a user code if the master code has
access to the same partitions as that code.
When programming user codes for a partitioned system, leave at least one code with
access to all partitions to allow new users to be added. This can be the Go to program
code if it is enabled in Location 55. To allow a user add new codes, remove the partition
authority from all blank codes.
10.2.10
Calling back for download
Press
"
10.2.11
98 while the system is disarmed to perform a call back for a download.
A valid user code may be required after 98 if this option is enabled in Location 53. See
Location 53 on page 71 for more information.
Seizing the phone line for download
Press 99 while the system is disarmed to make the control panel seize the phone line
for a download.
"
10.2.12
A valid user code may be required after 99 if this option is enabled in Location 53. See
Location 53 on page 71 for more information.
Programming custom messages
Zone messages may be entered into the LCD one at a time or by downloading.
The custom message lock prevents messages being copied to the selected keypad. This
feature is used frequently when a system is partitioned and the users of one partition have
different messages than users of the other partition. If you do not use the custom
message lock, the messages programmed into the keypad are copied to all other keypads
in the system.
Special Keys
When you are entering custom messages into the LCD keypad, the keys on the keypad
take on different functions to simplify message programming.
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*
Star
Press to enter data or move the cursor to the right if no data
is entered.
#
Hash
key
Press to leave the message.
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keys
Press to scroll through letters and lists on the keypad display.
Stay
Press to insert a space.
Chime
Press to delete characters.
Exit
Press to access the library.
Steps
1. Press
92.
2. Enter a Go to program code.
3. The keypad prompts you to enter messages for zones 1-168 and 193-196. Press
# after each message.
•
Message 1 – Descriptor zone 1.
•
Message 2 – Descriptor zone 2.
•
…
•
Message 168 – Descriptor zone 168.
•
Message 193 – Custom message top line.
•
Message 194 – Custom message bottom line.
•
Message 195 – Shutdown message top line.
•
Message 196 – Shutdown message bottom line.
4. When you are finished entering messages, press #and the Exit key. Any changes
you have made are copied to other LCD keypads on the system. To display
different messages on other LCD keypads, press 93 to enable the custom
message lock.
10.3 Programming the LED keypads
This section describes how to program the address, partition and available options for
each LED keypad.
10.3.1 Changing the keypad number and partition
You must set the partition and keypad number for the current keypad. The keypad can
connect to the bus only after you set these numbers.
Steps
1. Press
94.
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2. Enter a Go to program code.
3. Enter the keypad number (1-8). The Bypass LED and the Service LED blink and
the current keypad number is displayed.
4. Press
. The Bypass LED flashes and the current partition is displayed.
5. Enter the partition number. The keypad automatically exits this mode.
10.3.2 Setting the starting zone
This section describes how to program the starting zone of the keypad. The zone LED
displayed on the keypad starts from the number set as the starting zone.
Steps
1. Press
92.
2. Enter a Go to program code.
3. Enter the starting zone for the current keypad (1-32).
4. Press
.
10.3.3 Setting keypad options
1. Press
93.
2. Enter a Go to program code. The Service LED blinks.
3. Turn LEDs 1-8 on or off to enable or disable the functions in the following table.
4. Press
after each option.
Keypad Feature Enabled
LED1: Case Tamper on?
Reports any keypad tamper.
LED2: Silent Keypad?
Silences the entry/exit sounder and chime only.
LED3: Ding dong chime?
If off, the chime is a single tone.
LED4: 5 sec silence
Silences the pulsing keypad sounder for five
seconds when a key is pressed.
LED5: Armed zone info?
Does not allow the keypad to display faulted or
bypassed zones when the system is armed.
LED6: Beep on panics?
Sounds a short beep to verify that the keypress
was accepted.
LED7: Disable service?
Turns automatic testing of the keypad on or off.
LED8: Master keypad?
Enables temporary viewing of all partitions when
1 are pressed followed by the partition number.
10.3.4 Setting elapsed increments since last autotest
1. Press
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2. Enter a Go to program code.
3. Enter [100's digit] -[10's digit]-[1's digit]-[#] and press #.
10.3.5 Setting the system date
1. Press
96.
2. Enter a master user code. The Service LED blinks.
3. Enter the day of the week. 1=Sunday, 2=Monday, 3=Tueday, 4=Wednesday,
5=Thursday, 6=Friday, 7=Saturday.
4. Enter the month.This is a two-digit code. 01=January, 02=February, 03=March,
04=April, 05=May, 06=June, 07=July, 08=August, 09=September, 10=October,
11=November, 12=December.
5. Enter the day. This is a two-digit code.
6. Enter the year. This is a two-digit code.
10.3.6 Setting the system clock
1. Press
97.
2. Enter a master user code. The Service LED blinks.
3. Enter the hour. This is a two-digit code.
4. Enter the minutes. This is a two-digit code.
10.3.7 Changing user codes
1. Press
5.
2. Enter a master user code. The Ready LED flashes.
3. Enter a two-digit user number, for example, 03 is user 3.
4. Enter the new user code for the selected user.
5. The Ready LED flashes to indicate that the code is accepted. If the code is
rejected, the sounder beeps three times. The zone LEDs illuminate the first digit
of the user code. (LEDs 1-8 on = code is blank; LEDs 1-8 off = 0; LEDs 1 and 8=
9.)
6. Use the scroll keys to view the next digit or enter a new four-digit or six-digit user
code. Press any digit to overwrite the existing digit and move to the next digit.
7. To edit another user code, return to step 2.
8. To exit, press #.
10.3.8 Assigning authority level
You must assign user codes before assigning authority levels. To set a user’s acess to a
particular partition, you must have access to the partition.
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Steps
1. Press
6.
2. Enter a master user code. The keypad prompts you to enter a user number.
3. Enter a two-digit user number. The Ready LED is constant and the Bypass LED
flashes.
4. The illuminated LEDs indicate the authority levels assigned to the selected user.
An explanation of the LEDs is listed in the following table. Press the relevant
number to turn an authority level on or off.
LED1
User Attributes : if LED8 is OFF
Reserved. Do not change if on.
LED2
Arm Only
LED3
Arm Only After Close Window.
LED4
Master arm/disarm (can program other codes).
LED5
Arm/disarm code.
LED6
Allowed to bypass zones.
LED7
Code will send open / close reports.
LED8
If this LED is on, this code is programmed as a function
code. Do not change, Press [#] - [#] to exit.
LED1
User Attributes : if LED8 is ON
Activate output #1
LED2
Activate output # 2
LED3
Activate output # 3
LED4
Activate output # 4
LED5
Arm/disarm
LED6
Bypass zones
LED7
Open/Close peporting
LED 8
If this LED is off, LEDs 1 to 7 indicate the attributes listed
the table above.
5. Press
.
6. The partition enable section is displayed. This tells the system the partition the
selelcted user can arm/disarm. To change any of these numbers, press 1 to 8 to
permit or deny access to the user.
7. LEDs 1 to 8 illuminate the partitions the user can access. To deny the user
access to a partition, press the relevant number on the keypad. For example, if
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LED 2 is lit, the user can access partition 2. Press 2 to deny the user access to
the partition and to turn off LED 2.
8. Press
code.
to save the changes. The keypad prompts you to enter another user
9. To edit another user’s authority level, return to step 3. Otherwise, press # to exit.
Any master arm/disarm code can add or change a user code if the master code has
access to the same partitions as that code.
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When programming user codes for a partitioned system, leave at least one code with
access to all partitions to allow new users to be added. This can be the Go to program
code if it is enabled in Location 55. To allow a user add new codes, remove the partition
authority from all blank codes.
10.3.9 Calling back for download
Press
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10.3.10
98 while the system is disarmed, to perform a call back for a download.
A valid user code may be required after 98 if this option is enabled in location 53. See
Location 53 on page 71 for more information.
Seizing the phone line for download
Press 99 while the system is disarmed, to make the control panel seize the phone line
for a download.
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10.3.11
A valid user code may be required after 99 if this option is enabled in location 53. See
Location 53 on page 71 for more information.
Memorising tamper-alarms
Indications of tamper alarms from a detector or housing can be reset only in programming
mode. This means that only the installer can reset tampers.
10.3.12
Blocking tamper alarms
Tamper alarms from a detector or housing are blocked and are not transmitted to the
central station when the system is in programming mode. This allows you to test and
maintain the system without causing unnecessary tamper alarms.
10.3.13
Blocking the keypad due to too many incorrect codes
The CSx75 can be programmed to block the keypad for 60 seconds and send a tamper
alarm to the central station when more than 30 keypresses are made on a keypad without
entering a correct user code.
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11 PROGRAMMING MODULES AND LOCATIONS
11.1 Parts of the system
The system is divided into modules, locations, segments and bits. The control panel is
one module. Each module contains locations, which in turn, contain one or more
segments. Each segment has between one to eight bits of programmable data. See
Programming on page 56 for a list of locations.
11.2 Programming data
The segments in each location contain the same type of data. This can be either
numerical or feature selection data.
11.2.1 Numerical Data (ND)
Numerical data is programmed by entering a number from 0 to 255 using the keypad
keys.
On an LCD keypad, the number in the location is displayed. For locations with a maximum
of 15, for example the phone prefix in Location 1, the hexadecimal equivalent is displayed
in parenthesis.
10 = 10(A)
12 = 12(C)
14 = 14(E)
11 = 11(B)
13 = 13(D)
15 = 15(F)
On an LED keypad, the LEDs for zones 1 to 8 are utilised and the numeric equivalents of
their illuminated LEDs are added together to determine the data in a programming
location. The numeric equivalents of these LEDs are as follows:
Zone 1 LED = 1
Zone 5 LED = 16
Zone 2 LED = 2
Zone 6 LED = 32
Zone 3 LED = 4
Zone 7 LED = 64
Zone 4 LED = 8
Zone 8 LED = 128
11.2.2 Feature Selection Data (FSD)
Feature selection data displays the current condition (on or off) of eight features
associated with the programming location and segment selected.
On the LCD keypad, the numbers of the enabled features are displayed. If a feature is not
enabled, a hyphen is displayed instead. Several features can be selected from within one
segment. Enter the feature number of the segment on the keypad to turn the feature on or
off.
On the LED keypad, the number of the enabled features is displayed by the
corresponding LEDs.
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•
Press any numeric key between 1 and 8 to select a feature. The corresponding LED
lights up (feature on).
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Press the number again to turn the feature off. The LED goes out (feature off).
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Several features can be selected from within one segment. For instance, if you want
all eight features of a segment, press 12345678. LEDs 1 to 8 turn on as you press the
keys to indicate that those features are enabled.
•
When you program the segment, press . This enters the data and automatically
advances to the next segment of the location.
•
When you are in the last segment of a location, press to enter the data and exit that
location. You can now enter another programming location.
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12 PROGRAMMING THE PANEL
12.1 Default programming
For most routine installations, the default programming allows a majority of the locations
available with the CSx75 to be enabled, when communicating in Contact ID or SIA
formats and without partitioning.
12.2 Entering programming mode
1. Press
8.
2. Enter a Go to program code.
3. You are now in programming mode and ready to select the module to program.
4. Enter the module number and press #.
12.3 Selecting a module to program
Since all modules connected to the CSx75 are programmed through the keypad, the
module you are programming should be the first entry.
To program a module, enter the module number and press #. Not all of these modules
may yet be available.
0
Control panel
16-23
Hardware expanders
24-31
Relay/voltage output modules
32-36
RF Receiver modules
64-68
Verification modules
GSM
GSM modules
12.4 Loading factory defaults for the controller
1. Enter programming mode as described in Entering programming mode.
2. Press 0# for the controller.
3. Press 910# as the reset command.
4. The keypad beeps three times to indicate that loading is in progress. This takes
about six seconds.
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Other modules, such as keypads, RF receiver modules and output expanders, can be
reset in the same way. See Appendix 3 for a list of keypad module numbers.
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12.5 Defining the country code
1. Enter programming mode as described in Entering programming mode on page
54.
2. Press 0# for the controller.
3. Press 0# for the first location in the controller.
4. Enter the country code and press . When this location is changed from the
keypad, the panel returns to the default country settings.
12.6 Programming via the LED keypad
12.6.1 Entering programming mode
1. Press
8.
2. Enter a Go to program code.
3. The Service LED blinks, prompting you to enter a module number.
4. Enter the module number and press #.
5. The Armed LED lights, prompting you to enter a programming location.
6. Enter the location number and press #. If the location is valid, the Armed LED
turns off, the Ready LED lights up and the binary data for the first segment of the
location is shown by the zone LEDs. While you are entering new data, the Ready
LED flashes to indicate that a data change is in process. The flashing continues
until the new data is stored.
7. Press to save any changes you have made. The keypad displays the data in
the next segment.
8. Repeat steps 4 to 7 until the last segment is reached.
9. Press # to exit the location.
10. The Armed LED lights up, prompting you to enter a new programming location.
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You cannot enter programming mode if the system or any partition is armed. The timeout
for programming mode is 15 minutes.
12.6.2 Exiting a location
•
When you have programmed the last segment of a location, press
location and save the data. The Ready LED turns off.
•
To exit before the last segment, press #. Any changes you have made are not saved.
You can then enter another programming location.
to exit the
12.6.3 Exiting programming mode
•
Press the Exit key to leave the current programming level.
•
If you do not want to program additional modules, press the Exit key again to exit
programming mode.
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To program a module, enter its address and press #. See Selecting a module to
program on page 52 for more information.
12.7 Programming via the LCD keypad
12.7.1 Entering programming mode
1. Press
8.
Enter a Go to program code.
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You cannot enter program mode if the system or any partition is armed. The timeout for
programming mode is 15 minutes.
12.7.2 Programming a location
1. Enter the location number and press #.
2. Enter the new data.
3. Press to display the next segment and its data. Repeat steps 1 to 3 until you
have programmed each segment.
4. Press # to leave the location.
12.7.3 Discarding new data
Press the Chime key to delete any changes you have made to the data. The original
value is displayed.
12.7.4 Reviewing data
To review the data in a location, press and do not enter any data. Each time you press
, the programming data in the next segment is displayed.
12.7.5 Invalid data
If you attempt to program an invalid entry for a particular segment, the keypad sounder
beeps three times and the keypad display remains in the segment awaiting a valid entry.
12.7.6 Exiting a location
•
When you have programmed the last segment of a location, press
location and save the data.
•
To exit before the last segment, press #. Any changes you have made are not saved.
You can then enter another programming location.
to exit the
12.7.7 Exiting programming mode
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Press the Exit key to leave the current programming level and move to the Select a
Module To Program level.
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If you do not want to program additional modules, press the Exit key again to exit
programming mode.
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To program a module, enter its address and press #. See Selecting a module to
program on page 52 for more information.
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13 PROGRAMMING WITH UP/DOWNLOAD SOFTWARE
13.1 General
You can program the CSx75 using the LED keypad, the LCD keypad or the UDx75
software. This software allows you to download the programming information on the
control panel to the computer running the UDx75 software, change it and upload the
changes from the computer to the panel. It also allows you to view the program log and
event log. To program the system using this software, you must connect the control panel
to the computer.
You can connect the control panel to the computer either directly via the RS232 serial
port or remotely via a modem.
13.1.1 Wiring of the RS232 cable
Three wires are needed for the communication: RX, TX and GND.
13.2 Programming
Ensure the up/download access code is the same in both the up/download software and
the control panel. See the table of country codes on page 10 for the correct default value.
In the control panel, you must program the locations listed in the following table.
Location
Location 207: Serial Port
Value
Segment 1: 1 = Home Automation
Location 208: Speed
Segment 1: 2 = 9600 baud
Location 209: Protocol
Segment 1: 0 = Binary
Location 210:
Segment 1: -------Segment 2: -------Segment 1: 12345678
Location 211:
Segment 2: 12345678
Segment 3: 12345678
Segment 4: 12345678
For the white connector.
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2
DB 9 Connector
DB 25 Connector
3
2
3
2
4 (Closest to the Mains )
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Location
Description
0
Country code
Phone set up
Location
Description
Entry/Exit
35
Entry / exit timers
1
Phone prefix
2
Phone number 1
36
Zones 1-8 zone type
3
Account code phone #1
37
Partition select, zones 18
4
Communicator format phone #1
38
Zones 9-16 zone type
5
Events reported to phone #
39
Partition select, zones 9-16
6
Phone number 2
40
Zones 17-24 zone type
7
Account code phone #
41
Partition select, zones 17-24
8
Communicator format phone #2
42
Zones 25-32 zone type group
9
Events reported to phone #2
43
Partition select, zones 25-32
10
Phone number 3
44
Zones 33-40 zone type group
11
Account code phone #3
45
Partition select, zones 33-40
12
Communicator format phone #3
46
Zones 41-48 zone type group
13
Events reported to phone #3
47
Partition select, zones 41-48
14
Phone number 4
48
Swinger shutdown count
15
Account code phone #4
16
Communicator format phone #4
49
Keypad sounder control
17
Events reported to phone #4
50
Siren options
18
Phone number 5
51
System options
19
Account code phone #5
52
System timers
20
Communicator format phone #5
53
Special features
21
Events reported to phone #5
22
Phone number 6
54
Go to program code
23
Account code phone #6
55
24
Communicator format phone #6
Go to program code partition and
authorisation
25
Events reported to phone #6
56
Duress code
26
Reserved
Report settings
27
Reserved
28
Dialler abort delay
29
Listen in time
30
Download access code
31
Number of rings to answer
32
Download control
33
Download call back number
34
Partition 1, feature and report
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System and sounder options
Codes
Outputs
57
Auxiliary output 14 partition selection
58
Auxiliary output 14 special timing
59
Auxiliary output #1, event and time
60
Auxiliary output #2, event and time
61
Auxiliary output #3, event and time
62
Auxiliary output #4, event and time
Autotest
63
Autotest timing
64
Autotest control
Timer
57
Location
Description
Location
Description
65
Opening time
103
Autotest
66
Closing time/automatic arming time
104
Exit error
67
Days of the week each partition is open
105
Recent close
68
Days of the week for auto arming in
partitions 1-8
106
Start program
107
End program
108
End download
109-121
Reserved
Communicator codes
69
Open
70
Close
71
Partial
72
Cancel
73
B alarm
74
Zone tamper
75
Zone tamper restore
76
Zone trouble
77
Zone trouble restore
78
Box tamper
79
Box tamper restore
80
Siren tamper
81
Siren tamper restore
82
Sensor low battery
83
Sensor low battery restore
84
Sensor missing
85
Sensor missing restore
86
Duress
87
Keypad auxiliary 1
88
Keypad auxiliary 2
89
Keypad panic
90
Keypad tamper
91
Mains fail
92
Mains restore
93
Low battery
94
Low battery restore
95
Overcurrent
96
Overcurrent restore
97
Telephone line cut
98
Telephone line cut restore
99
Expander trouble
100
Expander trouble restore
101
Fail to communicate
102
Log full
58
Partition account codes
122
Account code partition 1
123
Account code partition 2
124
Account code partition 3
125
Account code partition 4
Communicator formats
126
Communicator format override
127
SIA code group 1
128
4/2 alarm code group 1
129
4/2 restore group 1
Zone types
130
Group 1 zone type characteristics
131
SIA code group 2
132
4/2 alarm code group 2
133
4/2 restore group 2
134
Group 2 zone type characteristics
135
SIA code group 3
136
4/2 alarm code group 3
137
4/2 restore group 3
138
Group 3 zone type characteristics
139
SIA code group 4
140
4/2 alarm code group 4
141
4/2 restore group 4
142
Group 4 zone type characteristics
143
SIA code group 5
144
4/2 alarm code group 5
145
4/2 restore group 5
146
Group 5 zone type characteristics
147
SIA code group 6
148
4/2 alarm code group 6
149
4/2 restore group 6
150
Group 6 zone type characteristics
151
SIA code group 7
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Location
Description
152
4/2 alarm code group 7
192
4/2 alarm code group 17
153
4/2 restore group 7
193
4/2 restore group 17
154
Group 7 zone type characteristics
194
Group 17 zone type characteristics
155
SIA code group 8
195
SIA code group 18
156
4/2 alarm code group 8
196
4/2 alarm code group 18
157
4/2 restore group 8
197
4/2 restore group 18
158
Group 8 zone type characteristics
198
Group 18 zone type characteristics
159
SIA code group 9
199
SIA code group 19
160
4/2 alarm code group 9
200
4/2 alarm code group 19
161
4/2 restore group 9
201
4/2 restore group 19
162
Group 9 zone type characteristics
202
Group 19 zone type characteristics
163
SIA code group 10
203
SIA code group 20
164
4/2 alarm code group 10
204
4/2 alarm code group 20
165
4/2 restore group 10
205
4/2 restore group 20
166
Group 10 zone type characteristics
206
Group 20 zone type characteristics
167
SIA code group 11
207
Serial port enable
168
4/2 alarm code group 11
208
Serial port baud rate
169
4/2 restore group 11
209
Home automation protocol
170
Group 11 zone type characteristics
210
Transition-based broadcasts
171
SIA code group 12
211
CS586 command/request enable
172
4/2 alarm code group 12
173
4/2 restore group 12
213
Zones 49-56 zone type
174
Group 12 zone type characteristics
214
Partition select, zones 49-56
175
SIA code group 13
215
Zones 57-64 zone type
176
4/2 alarm code group 13
216
Partition select, zones 57-64
177
4/2 restore group 13
217
Zones 65-72 zone type
178
Group 13 zone type characteristics
218
Partition select, zones 65-72
179
SIA code group 14
219
Zones 73-80 zone type
180
4/2 alarm code group 14
220
Partition select, zones 73-80
181
4/2 restore group 14
221
Zones 81-88 zone type
182
Group 14 zone type characteristics
222
Partition select, zones 81-88
183
SIA code group 15
223
Zones 89-96 zone type
184
4/2 alarm code group 15
224
Partition select, zones 89-96
185
4/2 restore group 15
225
Account code for partition 5
186
Group 15 zone type characteristics
226
Account code for partition 6
187
SIA code group 16
227
Account code for partition 7
188
4/2 alarm code group 16
228
Account code for partition 8
189
4/2 restore group 16
229
Zones 97-104 zone type
190
Group 16 zone type characteristics
230
Partition select, zones 97-104
191
SIA code group 17
231
Zones 105-112 zone type
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Location
Description
232
Partition select, zones 105-112
233
Zones 113-120 zone type
234
Partition select, zones 113-120
235
Zones 121-128 zone type
236
Partition select, zones 121-128
237
Zones 129-136 zone type
238
Partition select, zones 129-136
239
Zones 137-144 zone type
240
Partition select, zones 137-144
241
Zones 145-152 zone type
242
Partition select, zones 145-152
243
Zones 153-160 zone type
244
Partition select, zones 153-160
245
Zones 161-168 zone type
246
Partition select, zones 161-168
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Location 0
Country code (one segment, ND)
This location contains the country code which sets the specific country defaults. When this
location is changed from the keypad, the panel returns to the default country settings.
Location 1
Phone prefix (four segments, ND)
This location contains the four-digit telephone prefix. This sequence is pre-dialled by each
of the telephone numbers.
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Location 2
11
Programs a
.
12
Programs a #.
13
Programs a four-second delay at any point in the prefix.
14
Programs the end of the prefix.
15
Tone dialling is the default. If pulse dialling is desired, program ‘15’ in the segment
where pulse dialling should begin. If the entire number should be pulse dialling,
program ‘15’ in the first segment.
If no communicator formats are entered, the CSx75 acts as a local only control panel.
If ‘13’ is programmed, the panel does not wait for a dial tone before starting to dial the
number. Select this option when the phone system has a poor quality dial tone or does
not generate a dial tone.
Phone number 1 (16 segments, ND)
The CSx75 has six phone numbers that can be used to report events to multiple receivers
or individuals. Each of these phone numbers has an event selector that can be used to
select the events that are sent to each phone number. To report to a specific phone
number, enter the telephone number, account code and format to be used. If any of this
information is omitted, the CSx75 uses the data from phone number 1. For example, if all
phone numbers use the same account code, it is only necessary to enter the account
code in location 3. If a phone number is omitted, it is skipped in the reporting sequence.
Location 2 programs phone number 1. This contains the default data for all phone
numbers. Program the phone number, account number and format for each of the other
phone numbers only if you want to program them with different information.
If a telephone number is programmed (1 to 6) but no associated events are selected (in
location 9, 13, 17 and so on), this number is automatically considered to be a backup
number. The control panel makes two calls to each number in sequence. It performs the
sequence for the number of times specified in location 26, segment 1 or until it receives a
kiss off. By default, location 9, 13, 17, 21 and 25 are all off and location 5 is all on. If
phone number 1 and phone number 2 are programmed, the default sequence is 1, 1, 2, 2
1, 1, 2, 2 for a total of eight calls to each number.
11
Programs a
12
Programs a #.
13
Programs a four-second delay at any point in the phone number.
14
Programs the end of the phone number.
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Location 3
Account code for phone #1 (six segments, ND)
This location contains the account code sent when phone number 1 is dialled. Each digit
is stored in a different segment.
Program ‘10’ in the segment immediately after the last digit of the account code. Any
numbers after ‘10’ are ignored. If the account code is six digits long, program all six
segments.
Location 4
Communicator format for phone #1 (one segment, ND)
This location contains the communicator format used to transmit to the receiver connected
to phone number 1. Consult the instructions for your central station receiver to determine
which format is compatible. Select a format from the following table. To disable the dialer,
do not program a communicator format for any phone numbers.
If you require a format other than those listed, review the override options described in
location 126 to build the appropriate format. To create a special format, program ‘14’ in
location 4 in addition to the entries in location 126.
Data
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Location 5
Contact ID
2
SIA
3
SIA with area modifiers
4
Voice dialler
5
Reserved
6
4+2 with 1400/1900 double round parity
7
4+2 with 1400/1900 checksum parity
8
4+2 with 2300/1800 double round parity
9
4+2 with 2300/1800 checksum parity
10
Fast Format 8 channel
11
Fast Format 16 channel
12
Siren Tone
13
Sema phone pager
14
Sema digit pager
15
Format overrides (build your own format)
16
Reserved
17
200 baud FSK (France only)
18
200 baud FSK Reversed (France only)
19
XSIA (Netherlands only)
20
XSIA with area modifier (Netherlands only)
21- 255
Reserved
The voice dialer protocol does not generate an FTC (failure to communicate).
Events reported to phone # 1 (two segments, FSD)
Segment 1
62
Format Description
1
1
Alarms
2
Alarm restores
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Segment 2
3
Opening and closings
4
Zone bypass and bypass restores
5
Zone trouble and trouble restores
6
Power fail, low battery, power restore and low battery restore
7
Bell cut, telephone line cut, bell cut restore, telephone line restore
8
Test reports
1
Start and end programming, download complete.
2
Zone and box tamper and tamper restore
3
Auxiliary power overcurrent, ground fault and restore for both
4
Wireless sensor missing and restore
5
Wireless sensor low battery and restore
6
Expander trouble and restore
7
Fail to communicate
8
Zone activity monitor
If Fast Format 8 channel is selected, the eight events in segment 1 represent the eight
channels. If Fast Format 16 channel is selected, all 16 events in both segments represent
the 16 channels.
Telephone line cut restore events are reported to the central station. The telephone line
cut itself cannot be reported.
The information in the following locations is configured in the same way as locations 2, 3,
4 and 5, for phone 1. The following table contains the locations for phone numbers 2 to 6.
Description
Phone Number
6
Phone 2
Phone 3
10
Phone 4
14
Phone 5
18
Phone 6
22
Account Code
7
11
15
19
23
Communicator Format 8
12
16
20
24
9
13
17
21
25
Events
Location 26
Dial attempts for phone numbers (three segments, ND)
Segment 1
Dial attempts for
ARC reporting
Programs the number of dial attempts (1 to 15
attempts) that the communicator makes for ARC
reporting. The factory default is 8.
Segment 2
Dial attempts before
Fail to Communicate
on ARC
Programs the number of dial attempts that the
communicator makes to a specific phone number
before the Fail to Communicate condition is set.
Segment 3
Dial attempts for
voice/pager/Siren
Programs the number of dial attempts (1 to 15)
that the communicator makes for voice dialling,
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Tone dialling
Location 27
Reserved
Location 28
Dialler abort delay (one segment, ND)
pager or Siren Tone formats. The factory default is
8.
This location contains the length of time before the duration of the dialler abort delay
function. The delay can be from 0 to 255 seconds. 0 = no abort delay.
Location 29
Listen-in time (one segment, ND)
This location contains the duration of the listen-in timer. This can be from 0 to 255
seconds. 0= no listen-in time.
Location 30
Download access code (eight segments, ND)
This location contains the eight-digit access code the CSx75 must receive from the
downloading software before the panel permits downloading to occur. The factory default
code is 12780000.
Location 31
Number of rings to answer (one segment, ND)
This location contains the number of rings to answer for a download. Enter a number from
0 (disabled) to 15. The factory default is 8. This means the CSx75 answers on eight rings.
Location 32
Download control (one segment, FSD)
This contains the feature selections for controlling download sessions. The following
features can be enabled or disabled using this option.
Segment 1
1
On: enables two-call answering machine defeat. It works by starting a
45-second timer after it sees a one or two-ring call. During this time it
answers on the first ring.
2
Reserved
3
On: requires call back before download session.
4
Shutdown. This can only be viewed from the keypad and must be
changed through downloading.
5
On: locks all local programming. This can only be viewed from the
keypad and must be changed through downloading.
6
On: locks programming of all options associated with the
communicator. This can only be viewed from the keypad and must be
changed through downloading.
7
On: locks out download section. This can only be viewed from the
keypad and must be changed through downloading.
If this is on, Locations 19 to 22 cannot be viewed from the keypad.
8
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On: allows an autotest to be interrupted.
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Location 33
Download call back number (16 segments, ND)
If a telephone number is programmed in this location and Require Call Back is enabled in
location 32, the control panel hangs up for approximately 36 seconds to ensure that the
calling party has disconnected and then calls back. See Location 1 on page 61 for tone
and pulse dialling instructions.
13
Programs a delay of four seconds at any point in the phone number. Put ‘13’ in the
appropriate delay location.
14
Programs the end of the phone number.
Always review the call back phone number for accuracy before disconnecting.
Location 34
Partition, feature and report selections (five segments, FSD)
This location is used to enable certain features that can be accessed or are visible to the
user from the keypad. In addition, certain communicator reports are enabled in this
location. See Location 122 to Location 125 on page 79 for more information.
This location contains five segments. See the Glossary for more information.
Segment 1
1
On: enables quick arm.
2
On: enables re-exit.
3
On: enables automatic bypass.
4
On: enables silent keypad panic. This overrides audible keypad
panic (7 + 9 double press).
See Appendix 1 for more information.
Segment 2
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On: enables audible keypad panic, for example, sirens are
activated.
6
On: enables keypad aux. 1 (1 + 3 double press).
7
On: enables keypad aux. 2 (4 + 6 double press).
8
On: enables keypad multiple code attempt tamper. If enabled,
the keypad logs a tamper and stops working after six incorrect
code entries in a row.
1
On: enables LED extinguish. All LEDs, except the Power LED,
turn off after 60 seconds of inactivity. They turn on again with a
key stroke.
2
On: enables require code for bypassing.
3
On: enables zone bypassed sounder alert.
4
On: enables mains power/low battery sounder alert.
5
On: enables bypass toggle.
6
On: enables silent auto arm.
65
Segment 3
Segment 4
Segments 5
Location 35
7
Reserved
8
On: enables silent exit always.
1
On: enables opening and closing reports.
2
On: enables zone bypass reporting.
3
On: enables zone restore reporting.
4
On: enables zone trouble reporting.
5
On: enables zone tamper reporting.
6
On: enables cancel reporting.
7
On: enables recent closing report.
8
On: enables exit error report.
1
Reserved
2
On: a wireless zone, which is lost, generates a tamper alarm
during armed state and fault during disarmed state.
3
On: enables restoral of events at disarming.
4
On: allows arming with a wireless zone, which is lost.
5-8
Reserved
Reserved
Entry/exit times (six segments, ND)
This location is used to program the entry/exit times. There are two separate entry/exit
times.
Segment 1
Entry time 1
This is the entry time that is used when a Delay 1
zone type initiates an entry delay. Valid entries are 10
to 255 seconds.
Segment 2
Exit time 1
This is the exit time that is used for all zones
designated as Delay 1. Valid entries are 10 to 255
seconds.
Entry time 2
This is the entry time that is used when a Delay 2
zone type initiates an entry delay. Valid entries are 10
to 255 seconds.
Exit time 2
This is the exit time that is used for all zones
designated as Delay 2. Valid entries are 10 to 255
seconds.
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j
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k
h
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k
h
k
j Segments 5 + 6
66
Reserved
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Location 36
Zone type, zones 1 to 8 (eight segments, ND)
Zones can be programmed to be one of twenty different zone types (configurations).
Segment 1 corresponds to zone 1, segment 8 corresponds to zone 8.
The default zone types are listed below. These zone types can be customised by
programming group characteristics in locations 130 to 206.
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Location 37
Data
1
Description of default zone types
Burglary (“A” alarm)
Data
11
Description of default zone types
Burglary (“B” alarm)
2
24-hour
12
Double knock (“B” alarm)
3
Double knock (“A” alarm)
13
Access (“B” alarm)
4
Access (“A” alarm)
14
Entry / Exit (“B” alarm)
5
Entry/Exit (“A” alarm)
15
Roller switch (“B alarm)
6
Keyswitch
16
TBD
7
Fire
17
TBD
8
Personal attack
18
TBD
9
Tamper
19
TBD
10
Roller switch (“A” alarm)
20
TBD
Roller switch zones can be used on the CSx75 control panel only. They cannot be used
on a CS216 hardware zone expander.
Partition select, zones 1 to 8 (eight segments, FSD)
This location is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 1 to 8 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the eight partitions.
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If a burglary zone resides in more than one partition, it is active only when all partitions in
which it resides are armed. A zone that resides in more than one partition is reported to
its lowest partition number.
Location 37 has eight segments. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 1 and segment 8
corresponds to zone 8.
Segment 1- 8
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Partition #1
2
Partition #2
3
Partition #3
4
Partition #4
5
Partition #5
6
Partition #6
7
Partition #7
67
8
Location 38
Partition #8
Zone type, zones 9 to 16 (eight segments, ND)
This location contains the zone type for zones 9 to 16. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 9
and segment 8 corresponds to zone 16. See Location 36 on page 67 for more information.
Location 39
Partition select, zones 9 to 16 (eight segments, FSD)
This location is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 9 to 16 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the eight partitions. See Location 37 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 40
Zone type, zones 17 to 24 (eight segments, ND)
This location contains the zone type for zones 17 to 24. Segment 1 corresponds to zone
17 and segment 8 corresponds to zone 24. See Location 36 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 41
Partition select, zones 17 to 24 (eight segments, FSD)
This location is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 17 to 24 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the eight partitions. See Location 37 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 42
Zone type, zones 25 to 32 (eight segments, ND)
This location contains the zone type for zones 25 to 32. Segment 1 corresponds to zone
25 and segment 8 corresponds to zone 32. See Location 36 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 43
Partition select, zones 25 to 32 (eight segments, FSD)
This location is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 25 to 32 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the eight partitions. See Location 37 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 44
Zone type, zones 33 to 40 (eight segments, ND)
This location contains the zone type for zones 33 to 40. Segment 1 corresponds to zone
33 and segment 8 corresponds to zone 40. See Location 36 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 45
Partition select, zones 33 to 40 (eight segments, FSD)
This location is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 33 to 40 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the eight partitions. See Location 37 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 46
Zone types, zones 41 to 48 (eight segments, ND)
This location contains the zone type for zones 41 to 48. Segment 1 corresponds to zone
41 and segment 8 corresponds to zone 48. See Location 36 on page 67 for more
information.
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Location 47
Partition select, zones 41 to 48 (eight segments, FSD)
This location is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 41 to 48 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the eight partitions. See Location 37 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 48
Swinger shutdown count
This location contains the number of trips that can occur on a zone before that zone is
automatically bypassed.
Location 49
Keypad sounder control (one segment, FSD)
Segment 1
Location 50
1
On: the keypad sounds for a telephone line cut when the
system is armed.
2
On: the keypad sounds for telephone line cut when disarmed.
3
On: the keypad sounds upon mains power failure.
4
On: the keypad sounds when a low battery is detected.
5
On: the keypad sounds during “B” Alarm trip time.
6
On: the keypad sounds for zone and box tampers.
7
Reserved
8
On: the keypad sounds for expander trouble.
Internal siren options (three segments, FSD)
This location is used to enable siren options. There are three segments in this location.
Segment 1
Segment 2
Segment 3
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On: the siren sounds for a telephone line cut when the system
is armed.
2
On: the siren sounds for a telephone line cut when the system
is disarmed.
3
On: the siren blasts at arming.
4
On: the siren blasts at exit expiration.
5
On: the siren blasts at closing kissoff.
6
On: the siren sounds for expander trouble.
7
On: the siren sounds for a zone or box tamper.
8
On: the siren blasts once at keyswitch or wireless arming;
twice at disarming.
1
On: the siren driver is a voltage output. Off: an on-board siren
driver is enabled.
2-8
Reserved
1-8
Reserved
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Location 51
System options (five segments, FSD)
This location is used to enable various system feature and reporting options.
Segment 1
Segment 2
Segment 3
Segment 4
70
1
On: zone restores are delayed until siren timeout.
2
On: enables battery presence test (every 10 seconds).
3
On: dynamic battery test is performed at arming.
4
On: enables manual bell test.
5
On: enables manual communicator test.
6
On: enables box tamper input.
7
On: clock uses internal crystal.
8
On: disable temporal siren on fire.
1
On: disables on-board 8 zones.
2
On: forces default configuration for zone types to be used.
3
On: disables report bypass on force arm.
4
On: enables resetting of tamper memory by a master code
5
On: enables 2-wire smoke detectors to be used.
6
On: sets for 25 VA transformer.
7
On: enables first to open / last to close.
8
On: enables summer / winter time option.
1
On: enables box tamper report.
2
On: enables mains fail report.
3
On: enables low battery report.
4
On: enables aux. power overcurrent report.
5
On: enables siren supervision report.
6
On: enables telephone line cut report.
7
Reserved
8
On: enables expander trouble reporting.
1
On: enables fail to communicate report.
2
On: enables log full report.
3
On: enables autotest report.
4
On: enables start/end programming report.
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Segment 5
Location 52
5
On: enables end download report.
6
On: enables sensor low battery report.
7
On: enables sensor missing report.
8
On: enables automatic test reporting only when system is
armed.
1
On: enables lost clock service LED.
2
On: enables all abort.
3-8
Reserved
System timers (14 segments, ND)
This location contains the duration of various system timing functions.
Location 53
Segment 1
Dynamic battery test duration. 0 to 255 minutes. 0 = no test.
Segment 2
Mains fail report delay. 0 to 255 minutes.
Segment 3
Power up delay. 0 to 60 seconds. 0 = no power up delay.
Segment 4
Internal Siren time. 1 to 255 minutes.
Segment 5
Telephone line cut delay. 0 to 255 seconds. 0= no telephone line
monitoring.
Segment 6
B-Alarm timer
Segment 7
Chime time in 50 msec. (1/20th second) increments from 0-12
seconds. 0 = follows zone.
Segment 8
Fire alarm verification time. 120 to 255 seconds. 0 = no fire alarm
verification.
Segment 9
Zone activity monitor. 0 to 255 days. 0= disabled.
Segment 10
Double Knock Time. Min, ½ min resolution.
Segment 11
Double Knock Open Time. 10 to 255 seconds.
Segments 12
External siren time. 1 to 255 minutes.
Segments 1314
Reserved
Special features (one segment, FSD)
Segment 1
On: enables the six-digit code location. If the six-digit location is
enabled, all arm/disarm codes and the Go to program code are
six digits. If this option is enabled, the default user 1 code is
112256.
1
If you enable this location, verify that the Go to program code is
a six-digit code before exiting programming.
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On: requires code entry for 98 (perform call back download)
and 99 (answer incoming call for download) functions.
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and
Location 54
99 (answer incoming call for download) functions.
3
Reserved
4
Enable walk-test mode
5-8
Reserved
Go to program code (six segments, ND)
This location contains the Go to program code, which is either a four-digit or six-digit code.
If the six-digit code option is enabled in location 53, this code must contain six digits. If the
option is not enabled, the last two segments (digits) are ignored. When the CSx75 is
disarmed, the Go to program code can be used to enter programming mode.
Location 55
Go to program code partition and authorization (two segments, feature selection)
The Go to program code can be used as a standard arm/disarm code. When using the
code to arm or disarm, the user ID is 255. This code may not be changed in run mode.
Segment 1
Segment 2
Location 56
1
Reserved
2
On: enables the Go to program code as an arm only code.
3
On: enables the Go to program code as an arm only after
closing code.
4
On: enables the Go to program code as a master arm/disarm
code that can change user codes.
5
On: enables the Go to program code as an arm/disarm code.
6
On: enables the Go to program code to bypass zones.
7
On: enables the Go to program code to send opening and
closing reports.
8
Reserved
1
On: enables the Go to program code for partition 1.
2
On: enables the Go to program code for partition 2.
3
On: enables the Go to program code for partition 3.
4
On: enables the Go to program code for partition 4.
5
On: enables the Go to program code for partition 5.
6
On: enables the Go to program code for partition 6.
7
On: enables the Go to program code for partition 7.
8
On: enables the Go to program code for partition 8.
Duress code (six segments, ND)
This location contains the duress code. It has either four or six digits. If the six digit code
option is enabled in location 53, this code must contain six digits. If the six-digit option is
not enabled in location 53, the last two digits are ignored. If the duress code is
programmed, it works for all partitions.
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Location 57
Auxiliary output 1 to 4 partition selection (four segments, FSD)
This location is used to select the partition(s) in which events must occur before the output
activates. This location has four segments. Segment 1 corresponds to output 1 and
segment 4 corresponds to output 4.
Location 58
Segment 1 (Aux 1)
1= Partition #1
Segment 2 (Aux 2)
1= Partition #1
Segment 3 (Aux 3)
1= Partition #1
Segment 4 (Aux 4)
1= Partition #1
2= Partition #2
2= Partition #2
2= Partition #2
2= Partition #2
3= Partition #3
3= Partition #3
3= Partition #3
3= Partition #3
4= Partition #4
4= Partition #4
4= Partition #4
4= Partition #4
5= Partition #5
5= Partition #5
5= Partition #5
5= Partition #5
6= Partition #6
6= Partition #6
5= Partition #6
5= Partition #6
7= Partition #7
7= Partition #7
7= Partition #7
7= Partition #7
8= Partition #8
8= Partition #8
8= Partition #8
8= Partition #8
Auxiliary output 1 to 4 special timing (four segments, FSD)
This location contains the special timing feature activation for the four auxiliary outputs.
Segment 1 corresponds to output 1 and segment 4 corresponds to output 4.
Segment 1-4
Location 59
1
On: output is timed in minutes; Off: outputis timed in seconds.
2
On: output latches; Off: output is timed.
3
On: output stops timing upon code entry; Off: output continues to
time upon code entry.
4
On: output activates only between the closing and opening time
in locations 65 and 66.
5
On: output activates only between the opening and closing time
in locations 65 and 66.
6
On: output is inverted (0 volts going to 12 volts when activated).
7-8
Reserved
Auxiliary output #1, event and time (two segments, ND)
Segment 1
Use the table below to select the event that activates auxiliary output
1.
Segment 2
Program the timing from 0 to 255 (minutes or seconds, depending on
data programmed in segment 1, location 58). Program a 0 to make
the output follow the event.
Data
0
Event
Alarms
Burglary alarm
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21
Event
Armed/Disarmed
Armed state
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Data
Event
Data
Event
1
Fire alarm
22
Disarmed state
2
24-hour alarm
23
Ready
3
Trouble alarm
24
Not ready
4
Tamper alarm
53
14.1.1.1.1.1.1 Armed away
46
Any alarm
54
Armed stay
Sirens
Fire
5
Yelping siren (burglary)
25
Fire
6
Temporal siren (fire)
26
Fire trouble
7
Any siren
Bypass
8
Expander
28
Any bypass
Expander trouble
Open/Closed
Power
30
Open period
9
Mains fail
31
Closed period
10
Low battery
29
Dynamic battery test time
32
Listen-in
Codes
33
Line seizure
11
Duress
34
Ground start
48
Code entry (See note 1
below)
35
Fail to communicate
Keypad
36
Telephone line fault
13
Aux 2 keypad zone
38
Download in process
14
Panic keypad zone
55
Aux. Com. channel fail
15
Keypad tamper
47
Beeping keypad
56
Audible panic
57
Silent panic
39
Fire alarm reset (See note 2 below)
Autotest
40
Short circuit (Over-current)
16
Autotest
41
Box tamper
52
Manual test
42
Siren tamper
Alarm memory
43
Any open
Alarm memory
44
Any short
Entry/exit
45
Any fault (open/ short on non-fire
zone)
17
Communications
Program mode
37
Program mode
Tampers and faults
18
Entry
19
Exit
49
Keyfob Function 1
20
Entry or Exit
50
Keyfob Function 2
Keyfobs
Reserved
51
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Events 49 and 50 require RX8w8, RX16w8, RX8i4 or RX16i4 wireless receivers to
operate.
If set to the follow condition, these events are 1 second.
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When Event 48 is programmed, it is possible to program a user code's authorization to
select which output(s) a particular code activates. See Assigning authority level on
page 43 for more information.
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Always program Event 39, Fire alarm reset, to follow the event.
Location 60
Location 61
Location 62
Location 63
Auxiliary output #2, event and time (two segments, ND)
Segment 1
Use the table in location 59 to select the event that activates auxiliary
output 2..
Segment 2
Program the timing from 0 to 255 (minutes or seconds, depending on
data programmed in segment 2, location 58). Program ‘0’ to make the
output follow the event.
Auxiliary output #3, event and time (two segments, ND)
Segment 1
Use the table in location 59 to select the event that activates auxiliary
output 3.
Segment 2
Program the timing from 0 to 255 (minutes or seconds, depending on
data programmed in segment 3, location 58). Program ‘0’ to make the
output follow the event.
Auxiliary output #4, event and time (two segments, ND)
Segment 1
Use the table in location 59 to select the event that activates auxiliary
output 4.
Segment 2
Program the timing from 0 to 255 (minutes or seconds, depending on
data programmed in segment 4, location 58). Program ‘0’ to make the
output follow the event.
Autotest timing (three segments, ND)
Segment 1
Program the autotest interval from 1 to 255 hours/days.
Segment 2
Program the autotest report hour in 24-hour format. If the interval is in
hours, this segment is ignored.
Segment 3
Program the autotest report time. This is the number of minutes after
the hour.
Segment 4
Reserved
Location 64 Autotest control (one segment, FSD)
Segment 1
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Program ‘1’ if the interval is in hours; Program ‘0’ if it is in days. Add
‘2’ to suppress the daily test or ‘3’ to suppress the hourly test if any
report has been sent.
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Location 65
Opening time (two segments, ND)
This location contains the time, in 24-hour format, that the CSx75 enables codes
designated as arm only after closing. This time is valid only on those days programmed in
location 67.
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Location 66
Opening time must be earlier than closing time for auto arm, aux. outputs, or code
authorization to function properly.
Segment 1
Program the hour of the opening time.
Segment 2
Program the minutes after the hour of the opening time.
Closing time/automatic arming time (two segments, ND)
This location contains the time, in 24-hour format, that the CSx75 disables the disarm
capability for codes designated as arm only after closing. This is also the time the
automatic arming sequence begins if enabled in location 68.
Location 67
Segment 1
Prorgrams the hour of the closing/auto arm time.
Segment 2
Programs the minutes after the hour of the closing/auto arm
time.
Days of the week each partition is open (eight segments, FSD)
This location selects the days of the week that each partition is open. On these days, arm
only after close window codes can arm and disarm during an open window.
If any partition is not programmed to be opened and is programmed to auto-arm, the
CSx75 tries to arm every 45 minutes for the duration of the closed period unless auto retry
is disabled in location 68.
On days not selected here, arm only after close window codes do not disarm. Segment 1
corresponds to partition 1 and segment 8 corresponds to partition 8. See Location 65 and
Location 66 on page 76 for the opening and closing times for open days.
Segment 1-8
Location 68
1
Open on Sunday
2
Open on Monday
3
Open on Tuesday
4
Open on Wednesday
5
Open on Thursday
6
Open on Friday
7
Open on Saturday
8
Reserved
Days of the week for auto arming in partitions 1 to 8 (eight segments, FSD)
This location selects which days each partition auto arms. Segment 1 corresponds to
partition 1 and segment 8 corresponds to partition 8. If a zone is faulted when the panel
tries to auto arm, the zone is bypassed.
Segment 1-8
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Auto arming on Sunday
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Auto arming on Monday
3
Auto arming on Tuesday
4
Auto arming on Wednesday
5
Auto arming on Thursday
6
Auto arming on Friday
7
Auto arming on Saturday
8
Disable 45-minute retry timer
Communicator codes with three segments contain the following segments.
Segment 1
Report code 10’s digit.
Segment 2
Report code 1’s digit / Fast Format 8 channel number.
Segment 3
Voice channel reported for this event.
Communicator codes with two segments contain the following segments.
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Segment 1
Report code 10’s digit.
Segment 2
Report code 1’s digit / Fast Format 8 channel number.
Locations 69 to 121 are used only when reporting events to a pager or using a slow
format such as 4+2. When using Contact ID or SIA, there is no need to program these
locations.
The communicator codes for activation have three segments, as described in location
69. The communicator codes for restores have two segments.
Open
Communicator Code
Location
69
3
Close
70
3
Partial
71
3
Cancel
72
3
“B” Alarm
73
3
Zone tamper
74
3
Zone tamper restore
75
2
Zone trouble
76
3
Zone trouble restore
77
2
Box trouble
78
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78
Communicator Code
Box trouble restore
Location
79
2
Number of Segments
Siren tamper
80
3
Siren tamper restore
81
2
Sensor low battery
82
3
Sensor low battery restore
83
2
Sensor missing
84
3
Sensor missing restore
85
2
Duress
86
3
Keypad Auxilary 1
87
3
Keypad Auxilary 2
88
3
Keypad Panic
89
3
Keypad tamper
90
3
Mains fail
91
3
Mains restore
92
2
Low battery
93
3
Low battery restore
94
2
Over current
95
3
Over current restore
96
2
Telephone line cut
97
3
Telehpone line cut restore
98
2
Expander trouble
99
3
Expander trouble restore
100
2
Fail to communicate
101
3
Log full
102
3
Autotest
103
3
Exit error
104
3
Recent close
105
3
Start program
106
3
End program
107
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Location
108
Number of Segments
3
Locations 109 to 121
Reserved
Location 122
Account code for partition 1 (six segments, ND)
This location contains the account code sent when partition 1 is reported.
If this location is left unprogrammed (all 10s) the account code corresponding to the
phone number dialed is used.
If the account code is less than six digits, program ‘10’ in the segment immediately after
the last digit of the account code. If the account code is six digits long, program all six
segments.
Location 123
Account code for partition 2 (six segments, ND)
Location 124
Account code for partition 3 (six segments, ND)
Location 125
Account code for partition 4 (six segments, ND)
Location 126
Communicator format override
Segment 1
Segment 2
1
On: 1800 Hz transmit; Off: 1900 Hz transmit.
2
On: 2300 Hz handshake; Off: 1400 Hz handshake.
3
On: checksum parity; Off: double round parity.
4
On: SIA area modifier.
5
Allow phone number programming.
6
Sema digit.
7
On: 20 p.p.s.; Off 10 p.p.s.
8
On: handshake required.
1
On: pager format.
2
On: 1400/2300 handshake.
3
On: Fast Format 8 channel.
4
On: voice protocol.
5
On: Contact ID.
6
On: SIA.
7
On: Contact ID or 4+2.
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Location 127
On: DTMF.
SIA code group 1 (one segment, ND)
This location contains the event code sent for a Group 1 SIA or Contact ID report. See
Appendix 2 for a list of event codes. The zone ID refers to the zone in alarm.
Location 128
4/2 alarm code group 1 (three segments, ND)
This location contains the event code sent for a 4+2 report for Group 1. The zone ID refers
to the zone in alarm.
Location 129
Segment 1
Report code 10’s digit.
Segment 2
Report code 1’s digit/Fast Format 8 channel number.
Segment 3
Voice channel reported for this event.
4/2 restore group 1 (two segments, ND)
This location contains the restore code sent for a 4+2 report for Group 1. The zone ID
refers to the zone in alarm.
Location 130
Segment 1
Report code 10’s digit.
Segment 2
Report code 1’s digit/Fast Format 8 channel number.
Group 1 zone type characteristics (five segments, FSD)
This is a default zone type and should be changed only if you are certain about what you
are doing.
Segment 1
Segment 2
80
1
Fire (turn on for a fire zone).
2
24-hour (turn on for a non-fire 24-hour zone).
3
Keyswitch zone (normally open switch).
4
Follower/Access zone (turn on for a burglary zone that is instant
during non-entry times).
5
Delay 1 zone (follows timer 1 entry and exit times).
6
Delay 2 zone (follows timer 2 entry and exit times).
7
Interior (turn on if the zone should automatically bypass or
bypass for stay arming).
8
Local only (turn on if the zone should not be reported).
1
On: the zone type beeps the keypad for alarm.
2
On: the zone type sounds the yelping siren for alarm.
3
On: the zone type sounds the temporal siren for alarm.
4
On: the zone type chimes.
5
On: the zone type can be bypassed.
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Segment 4
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6
On: the zone type is included in the group shunt.
7
On: the zone type is force armable.
8
On: the zone type is entry guard.
1
On: enables fast loop response (50 msec). Off= 500 msec.
2
On: enables double end of line tamper zone. This is generally
used for tampers on wireless zones.
3
On: enables trouble reporting zone. (Day zone and Fire zones)
4
Reserved
5
On: enables dialer delay zone. See Location 28 on page 64 for
more information.
6
On: zone type allows swinger shutdown. See Location 48 on
page 69 for more information.
7
On: enables restore reporting.
8
On: enables listen-in. See Location 29 on page 64 for more
information.
1
On: enables zone activity monitor. See Location 52 on page 71
for more information.
2
“B” alarm zone
3
Final set door
4
Roller shutter zone
5
Double knock
6-8
Reserved
Reserved
Segment 5
Both maintened and pulsed keyswitches can be configured. By default, a keyswitch is
maintained. Change segment 3, bit 7 (enable restore reporting) for a pulsed keyswitch.
The information in the following locations is configured in the same way as locations 127,
128, 129 and 130 for zone type 1.The following table contains the locations for phone
number zone groups 1 to 20.
Description
SIA
127
1
2
131
3
135
4
139
5
143
6
147
7
151
8
155
9
159
10
163
4/2 alarm
128
132
136
140
144
148
152
156
160
164
4/2 restore
129
133
137
141
145
149
153
157
161
165
Characteristics
130
134
138
142
146
150
154
158
162
166
Description
SIA
11
167
12
171
13
175
14
179
15
183
16
187
17
191
18
195
19
199
20
203
4/2 alarm
168
172
176
180
184
188
192
196
200
204
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4/2 restore
169
2
173
3
177
4
181
5
185
6
189
7
193
8
197
9
201
10
205
Characteristics
170
174
178
182
186
190
194
198
202
206
Location 207
1
Serial port enable (one segment, FSD)
This location turns the serial port on and off.
Segment 1
Location 208
0
Serial STU
1
Home automation protocol enabled (CS586)
2
Serial printer
Serial port baud rate (one segment, FSD)
This location sets the serial port baud rate.
Segment 1
Location 209
0
2400 (2.4K)
1
4800 (4.8K)
2
9600 (9.6k)
3
19200 (19.2K)
4
38400 (38.4K)
5-7
Reserved
Home automation protocol (one segment, FSD)
This location sets the home automation protocol.
Binary = ---- ----
Segment 1
ASCII = 1--- ---Location 210
Transition based broadcasts (two segments, FSD)
Segment 1
Segment 2
82
1
Reserved
2
Interface configuration
3-4
Reserved
5
Zone status
6
Zone snapshot
7
Partition status
8
Partitions snapshot message
1
System status message
2
X-10 message received
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3
Log event message
4
Keypad message received
5-8
Reserved
CS586 command/request enable (four segments, FSD)
Segment 1
Segment 2
Segment 3
Segment 4
1
Reserved
2
Interface configuration request
3
Reserved
4
Zone name request
5
Zone status request
6
Zone snapshot request
7
Partition status request
8
Partitions snapshot request
1
System status request
2
X-10 message message
3
Log event request
4
Send keypad text message
5
Keypad terminal mode request
6-8
Reserved
1
Program data request
2
Program data command
3
User info request with PIN
4
User info request without PIN
5
Set user code command with PIN
6
Set user code command without PIN
7
Set user authoriz comm with PIN
8
Set user authoriz comm without PIN
1-2
Reserved
3
Store communication event command
4
Set clock/calendar command
5
Primary keypad function with PIN
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6
Primary keypad function without PIN
7
Secondary keypad function
8
Zone bypass toggle
LCD keypad address for CS586 (one segments, ND)
See Appendix 3 for a list of keypad module numbers.
Location 213
Zone type, zones 49 to 56 (eight segments, ND)
This location contains the zone type for zones 49 to 56. Segment 1 corresponds to zone
49 and segment 8 corresponds to zone 56. See Location 36 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 214
Partition select, zones 49 to 56 (eight segments, FSD)
This location is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 49 to 56 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the eight partitions. See Location 37 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 215
Zone type, zones 57 to 64 (eight segments, ND)
This location contains the zone type for zones 57 to 64. Segment 1 corresponds to zone
57 and segment 8 corresponds to zone 64. See Location 36 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 216
Partition select, zones 57 to 64 (eight segments, FSD)
This location is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 57 to 64 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the eight partitions. See Location 37 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 217
Zone type, zones 65 to 72 (eight segments, ND)
This location contains the zone type for zones 65 to 72. Segment 1 corresponds to zone
65 and segment 8 corresponds to zone 72. See Location 36 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 218
Partition select, zones 65 to 72 (eight segments, FSD)
This location is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 65 to 72 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the eight partitions. See Location 37 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 219
Zone type, zones 73 to 80 (eight segments, ND)
This location contains the zone type for zones 73 to 80. Segment 1 corresponds to zone
73 and segment 8 corresponds to zone 80. See Location 36 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 220
Partition select, zones 73 to 80 (eight segments, FSD)
This location is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 73 to 80 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the eight partitions. See Location 37 on page 67 for more
information.
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Location 221
Zone type, zones 81 to 88 (eight segments, ND)
This location contains the zone type for zones 81 to 88. Segment 1 corresponds to zone
81 and segment 8 corresponds to zone 88. See Location 36 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 222
Partition select, zones 81 to 88 (eight segments, FSD)
This location is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 81 to 88 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the eight partitions. See Location 37 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 223
Zone type, zones 89 to 96 (eight segments, ND)
This location contains the zone type for zones 89 to 96. Segment 1 corresponds to zone
89 and segment 8 corresponds to zone 96. See Location 36 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 224
Partition select, zones 89 to 96 (eight segments, FSD)
This location is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 89 to 96 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the eight partitions. See Location 37 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 225
Account code for partition 5 (eight segments, ND)
This location contains the account code sent when partition 1 is reported.
If this location is left unprogrammed (all 10s), the account code that corresponds to the
phone number dialed is used.
If the account code is less than six digits, program ‘10’ in the segment immediately after
the last digit of the account code. If the account code is six digits long, program all six
segments.
Location 226
Account code for partition 6 (six segments, ND)
Location 227
Account code for partition 7 (six segments, ND)
Location 228
Account code for partition 8 (six segments, ND)
Location 229
Zone type, zones 97 to 104 (eight segments, ND)
This location contains the zone type for zones 97 to 104. Segment 1 corresponds to zone
97 and segment 8 corresponds to zone 104. See Location 36 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 230
Partition select, zones 97 to 104 (eight segments, FSD)
This location is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 97 to 104 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the eight partitions. See Location 37 on page 67 for more
information.
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Location 231
Zone type, zones 105 to 112 (eight segments, ND)
This location contains the zone type for zones 105 to 112. Segment 1 corresponds to
zone 105 and segment 8 corresponds to zone 112. See Location 36 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 232
Partition select, zones 105 to 112 (eight segments, FSD)
This location is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 105 to 112 reside. A zone
may reside in any combination of the eight partitions. See Location 37 on page 67 for
more information.
Location 233
Zone type, zones 113 to 120 (eight segments, ND)
This location contains the zone type for zones 113 to 120. Segment 1 corresponds to
zone 113 and segment 8 corresponds to zone 120. See Location 36 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 234
Partition select, zones 113 to 120 (eight segments, FSD)
This location is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 113 to 120 reside. A zone
may reside in any combination of the eight partitions. See Location 37 on page 67 for
more information.
Location 235
Zone type, zones 121 to 128 (eight segments, ND)
This location contains the zone type for zones 121 to 128. Segment 1 corresponds to
zone 121 and segment 8 corresponds to zone 128. See Location 36 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 236
Partition select, zones 121 to 128 (eight segments, FSD)
This location is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 121 to 128 reside. A zone
may reside in any combination of the eight partitions. See Location 36 on page 67 for
more information.
Location 237
Zone type, zones 129 to 136 (eight segments, ND)
This location contains the zone type for zones 129 to 136. Segment 1 corresponds to
zone 129 and segment 8 corresponds to zone 136. See Location 36 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 238
Partition select, zones 129 to 136 (eight segments, FSD)
This location is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 129 to 136 reside. A zone
may reside in any combination of the eight partitions. See Location 36 on page 67 for
more information.
Location 239
Zone type, zones 137 to 144 (eight segments, ND)
This location contains the zone type for zones 137 to 144. Segment 1 corresponds to
zone 137 and segment 8 corresponds to zone 144. See Location 36 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 240
Partition select, zones 137 to 144 (eight segments, FSD)
This location is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 137 to 144 reside. A zone
may reside in any combination of the eight partitions. See Location 36 on page 67 for
more information.
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Location 241
Zone type, zones 145 to 152 (eight segments, ND)
This location contains the zone type for zones 145 to 152. Segment 1 corresponds to
zone 145 and segment 8 corresponds to zone 152. See Location 36 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 242
Partition select, zones 145 to 152 (eight segments, FSD)
This location is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 145 to 152 reside. A zone
may reside in any combination of the eight partitions. See Location 36 on page 67 for
more information.
Location 243
Zone type, zones 153 to 160 (eight segments, ND)
This location contains the zone type for zones 153 to 160. Segment 1 corresponds to
zone 153 and segment 8 corresponds to zone 160. See Location 36 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 244
Partition select, zones 153 to 160 (eight segments, FSD)
This location is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 153 to 160 reside. A zone
may reside in any combination of the eight partitions. See Location 36 on page 67 for
more information.
Location 245
Zone type, zones 161 to 168 (eight segments, ND)
This location contains the zone type for zones 161 to 168. Segment 1 corresponds to
zone 161 and segment 8 corresponds to zone 168. See Location 36 on page 67 for more
information.
Location 246
Partition select, zones 161 to 168 (eight segments, FSD)
This location is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 161 to 168 reside. A zone
may reside in any combination of the eight partitions. See Location 36 on page 67 for
more information.
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15 USING PARTITIONED SYSTEMS
Your system can be divided up so that it works in different ways in different areas. These
areas are known as partitions.
If your system is multi-partitioned and the keypad is placed in one partition, your keypad
provides the status of the zones in that partition by using the display messages described
in Displays in the partitioning master mode on page 88.
The master mode of operation allows you to temporarily access any partition within the
system, providing your code is authorized, and to perform functions in other partitions.
Read this entire manual to help you understand the different display messages that may
be displayed on your keypad.
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Press 1 to temporarily access the master mode. The keypad reverts back to its
assigned partition 60 seconds after a keypress, or 10 seconds without a keypress. Press
# to exit this mode.
15.1 LEDs in partitioning master mode
Ready
On if all partitions are ready.
Flashes if all areas are ready or can be force armed.
Fire
On if any area has a fire condition.
Flashes if any area has a fire trouble condition.
Power
On if the primary power is connected to the CSx75 control panel.
Flashes if the system has a low standby battery condition.
15.2 Displays in the partitioning master mode
15.2.1 Armed and Ready status
The LCD display shows the armed and ready status of all eight partitions, if any or all of
the areas is armed or not ready.
1. All eight areas are ready and area 8 is disarmed. If a
number is flashing on the Ready line, that area is
ready to be Force Armed.
Ready
12345678
Armed
1234567-
2. All areas are disarmed and ready to arm.
System Ready
Type code to arm
15.2.2 Arming and disarming multiple partitions
1. To arm/disarm multiple partitions, enter a code
that has arm/disarm authority for all partitions.
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User code
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2. The numbers on the top line represent the
disarmed areas the code can access. The
numbers on the bottom line represent the areas
that are armed. Refer to the following table for
possible conditions.
12- 4 5678
- - 3- 5678
LCD display for area
Blank
Dash (-)
Dash (-)
Flashing Area #
Dash (-)
Area #
Dash (-)
Dash (-)
Area #
Î
Î
Condition
Top line over bottom line
Blank
Disarm
Arm
Area not used or authorized
Area not ready
Area ready to force arm
Area disarmed & ready to arm
Area is armed
3. To disarm all of these areas, press the Ï key.
)
Ï
4. To arm all of these areas, press the Ð key.
)
Ð
To toggle a single area between the armed and
disarmed conditions, press Area number.
For example, if area 4 is armed, press 4 to
disarm this area..If area 4 is disarmed, press
4 to arm it. To control the individual areas, refer
to the following section.
)
area number
15.2.3 Operating individual areas in the multi-partition mode
1. Enter a valid arm/disarm code for the area you
want to operate.
)
User code
2. The areas authorized by this code are
displayed.
12-45678
Disarm Î
--3- 5678
Arm
3. To toggle between the armed and disarmed
states of an individual area, press followed by
the area number.
4. To operate an individual area, enter the number
of the partition you want to operate. The LCD
keypad now operates as a single-area keypad.
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Î
Area number
Area number
89
All keys and functions entered affect this
individual partition only. The LEDs and display
represent the status of that partition only. The
word system is replaced with area #.
This feature must be configured by the installer
and is available only if the keypad is not the
master keypad.
5. Area 4 is selected and area 4 is ready to arm.
Area 4 Ready
Type code to arm
6. To exit the individual partition mode, press ##.
)
##
7. To exit this display, press #.
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#
15.2.4 Silencing alarms in the multi-partition mode
If the keypad is sounding an alarm or the sounder is on, it can be silenced by entering a
code with the authority for the area(s) in alarm.
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The Exit
, Bypass
,and Alarm Memory
individual partition is selected.
3 function keys work only if an
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16 SETTING UP RF ZONES – RX8I4-16I4
The RX-Series receiver modules add wireless capabilities to a CSx75 controller. There
are eight zones for an RX8i4 and 16 zones for an RX16i4. Adding a receiver module
makes a CSx75 control panel compatible with the RX wireless transmitters and keychain
touchpads or keyfobs.
ANT 2
ANT 1
7
RX8i4-16i4
8
6
9
2 3
ON
COM
DATA
1
5
4
POS
4
3
2
1
1
Processor
4
Bus supervision LED
7
Not used
2
No function
5
Keypad bus connection
8
Antenna
3
Wireless communication
LED
6
Lid tamper
9
Dip switches
16.1 Setting the DIP switches
The position of all switches is only updated when the RX8i4-16i4 is powered up. Before
you change the position of these switches you must power down the expander.
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Module Number
34
DIP Switch 1
On
DIP Switch 2
On
DIP Switch 3
On
DIP Switch 4
Not Used
33
Off
On
On
Not Used
32 (Default)
On
Off
On
Not Used
39
Off
Off
On
Not Used
38
On
On
Off
Not Used
37
Off
On
Off
Not Used
36
On
Off
Off
Not Used
35
Off
Off
Off
Not Used
16.2 Module status conditions
When you apply power to the CSx75, the middle LED (red) should start blinking. The
following table defines the different states of the red and yellow LEDs.
LED
Module Status
Normal data communication with the CSx75.
Red blinking
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Red off
No data communication with the CSx75. Check the wiring and
power source.
Yellow blinking
Receiving radio signals from learn mode wireless sensors.
Yellow off
No radio signals currently being received.
The red LED at the bottom of the module may emit a dim glow but is not used as an
inidicator and can be ignored.
16.3 Wiring the RX8i4-16i4
Wire the bus according to the table below.
16.3.1.1
Terminal description
Terminal
Power
Description
Connect to the KP POS terminal of the CSx75. Current draw is 30 mA.
Gnd
Connect to the KP GND terminal of the CSx75.
Data
Connect to the KP DATA terminal of the CSx75.
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Operating power
12 VDC supplied from CSx75
Compatibility
Compatible with CS175-275-575-875
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Frequency
433 MHz for the RX8i4 and RX16i4
Current draw
20 mA Maximum
Operating temperature
0 to 49 °C
Dimensions
11 cm wide * 8.1 cm high * 2.54 cm deep
Shipping weight
95 g
16.4 Programming the RX8i4-16i4
In order to program the Rx8i4-16i4 you must do the following:
•
Determine the transmitter settings: determine the different settings for the wireless
sensors.
•
Enroll the modules: set-up the module to be supervised by the CSx75 control panel.
•
Program the module: put the module into program mode so you can start
programming the transmitters and enter the settings for transmitters and partitions.
16.4.1 Determine transmitter settings
When programming wireless transmitters into the module, there are various options and
partitions you can set for each transmitter. These settings appear in the segments of each
programming location. The default settings shown for segments 1 and 2 apply to all zone
locations from 1 to 168.
16.4.2 Special settings for door/window transmitters and wireless smoke detectors.
Use the following guidelines when setting feature 4 and 5 for door/window transmitters
and wireless smoke detectors.
• Feature 4, input option 1:
•
For door/window transmitters, turn this feature on to disable the internal reed
switches.
•
For wireless smoke detectors with tamper switches, turn this feature on to
enable the tamper feature.
•
This option must be off (disabled) when using wireless smoke detectors without
tamper switches.
• Feature 5, input option 2:
Location 0
•
For door/window transmitters that use a normally open external contact, leave
this feature off (N/O).
•
For door/windows transmitters that use a normally closed external contact, leave
this feature on (NC).
Learn-in mode
This location is used to learn in devices. The segment used refers to the zone number
required.
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Location 1
Wireless sensor 1 characteristics (two segments, FSD)
This location defines the characteristics of the wireless sensors learned into zone 1.
Segment 1
Segment 2
Location 2 to 168
1
Enable sensor
(Default =on)
2
Supervised
(Default =on)
3
Use Fire Supervision
(Default =off)
4
Input option 1
(Default =on)
5
Input option 2
(Default =off)
6-8
Reserved
1
Partition 1 keyfob
(Default =on)
2
Partition 2 keyfob
(Default =on)
3
Partition 3 keyfob
(Default =on)
4
Partition 4 keyfob
(Default =on)
5
Partition 5 keyfob
(Default =on)
6
Partition 6 keyfob
(Default =on)
7
Partition 7 keyfob
(Default =on)
8
Partition 8 keyfob
(Default =on)
Wireless sensor 2 to 168 characteristics (two segments, FSD)
These locations define the characteristics of the wireless sensors learned into zone 2 to
168. The information in these segments is the same as the information in location 1, zone
1.
Location 169 to 192 Reserved
Location 193
Receiver features (one segment,FSD)
Segment 1
1
On: enables jam detection.
2
On: enables sequential programming method.
3
Keyfob user ID (default = off).
Off: all keyfobs report to the panel as user 99.
On: keyfobs report as the learned zone.
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4
Enable antenna tamper, reports as box tamper (Default = Off).
5
Case tamper enabled.
6-8
Reserved
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Location 194
Starting zone (one segment, ND)
Segment 1
Location 195
0
Starting zone is zone 1
1
Starting zone is zone 9
2
Starting zone is zone 17
3
Starting zone is zone 25
4
Starting zone is zone 33
5
Starting zone is zone 41
6
Starting zone is zone 49
7
Starting zone is zone 57
8
Starting zone is zone 65
9
Starting zone is zone 73
10
Starting zone is zone 81
11
Starting zone is zone 89
12
Starting zone is zone 97
13
Starting zone is zone 105
14
Starting zone is zone 113
15
Starting zone is zone 121
16
Starting zone is zone 129
17
Starting zone is zone 137
18
Starting zone is zone 145
19
Starting zone is zone 153
20
Starting zone is zone 161
Supervision timers (three segments, ND)
This location contains the time values for supervision.
Segment 1
Number of hours for non fire transmitters.
Segment 2
Number of hours for fire (smoke) transmitters.
Segment 3
Number of minutes for NACOSS check in (short window).
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The following guidelines should be followed when programming the RX8i4-16i4 modules.
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•
When a transmitter is learned into memory, the module starts from that specific
locations.
•
Transmitters take priority over the hardwire on-board zones. Use the on-board
hardwire zones first and start learning transmitters in the next zone.
Before you start programming, use the 910# command to default the RX8i4-16i4 module.
Steps
1. Press
8 to enter programming mode.
2. Enter a Go to Program Code. The keypad prompts you to enter a module number.
3. Enter the module number and press #. The module number is the DIP switch
setting and can be from 32 to 39.
4. For new installations, press 910# to set the default module settings.
5. Press 193#, change the flags 1-2-4 and press
feature after each zone is learned in.
. This enables the Auto advance
6. Press 194#, followed by 1, to start learning in from zone 9.
7. Press 0# to enter the starting sensor learning location.
8. Press XX
where XX is the zone number (1 to 168) and
is the entry key.
9. Trip the desired transmitter (within 250 seconds) as described below. Listen for
the ding-dong for confirmation. If option 193, segment 1, option 2 is enabled, the
panel automatically switches to the next zone to learn in the next transmitter.
10. Repeat steps 5 to 7 to program the remaning transmitters.
11. Press the Exit key twice to exit programming mode.
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Three beeps from the keypad indicates an entry error. This occurs if you enter a
transmitter number that is not within the module’s zone block or if you try learning a
sensor that is already learned into the the module..
Transmitter
Door/Window
Action
Activate tamper switch by removing the cover.
Door/Window with
external contact
Activate tamper switch by removing the cover (Feature 3,
input option 1, must be on).
PIR
Activate tamper switch by removing back plate from PIR.
Smoke detector
Press and hold the test button.
Single Button Panic
Press and hold the button.
Keyfobs
Press and hold the arm and disarm buttons together.
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Press and then release the tamper switch.
Repeater
16.4.4 Deleting transmitters
The following steps describe how to delete transmitters from the module.
The module ignores a transmitter but does not remove its identification from the module’s
memory. The transmitter can be reactivated later or a new one can be learned into the
zone.
Steps
1. Press
8 to enter programming mode.
2. Enter a Go to Program Code. The keypad prompts you to enter a module number.
3. Enter the module number and press #. The module number is iis the DIP switch
setting, for example 35,36,38 or 39.
4. Press XX# where XX is the zone number (1 to 168) and where # is the entry key.
5. Press 1 to change the transmitter feature 1 (Transmitter Enabled). The first bit in
the segment changes from ‘1’ to ‘-, to indicate that the wireless component is
disabled.
6. Repeat steps 4 to 5 until all transmitters are deleted.
7. Press the Exit key twice to exit programming mode.
16.4.5 Testing wireless transmitters
Use the walktest to test the wireless transmitters.
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17 SETTING UP RF ZONES – RX8W8-16W8
The RX-Series receiver modules adds 868 MHz wirelless capabilities to a CSx75
controller. There are eight zones for an RX8w8 and 16 zones for an RX16w8. Adding a
receiver module makes a CSx75 control panel compatible with the RX wireless
transmitters and keychain touchpads or keyfobs.
ANT 2
ANT 1
7
RX8w8-16w8
8
9
J2
DATA
6
10
COM
POS
5
D1
4
D2
IC7
11
IC10
J1
3
98
ON
2
1
2 3
4
1
1
Jumper setting
5
Bus supervision LED
9
Jumper setting
2
Lid tamper
6
Keypad bus connectionn
10
Processor
3
Eeprom
7
Not used
11
DIP switches
4
Wireless communication
LED
8
Antenna
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17.1 Setting the DIP switches
Decide the starting zone of each zone expander. The starting zone must be on a
boundary of eight zones. The eight or 16 zones for the module move out from this starting
position.
To set the starting zone, set the DIP switch according to the table below.
"
The position of all switches is updated only when the RX8w8-16w8 is powered up. Before
you change the position of these switches you must power down the expander.
Some RX8w8 and RX16w8 receivers have DIP Switches labels with On/Off rather than
Open/Closed labels. The following table lists both references. The label on the receiver
always refers to Open/Close(O/C).
Module Number
34
DIP Switch 1
C (On)
DIP Switch 2
C (On)
DIP Switch 3
C (On)
DIP Switch 4
Not Used
33
O (Off)
C (On)
C (On)
Not Used
32 (Default)
C (On)
O (Off)
C (On)
Not Used
39
O (Off)
O (Off)
C (On)
Not Used
38
C (On)
C (On)
O (Off)
Not Used
37
O (Off)
C (On)
O (Off)
Not Used
36
C (On)
O (Off)
O (Off)
Not Used
35
O (Off)
O (Off)
O (Off)
Not Used
17.2 Module Status Conditions
When you apply power to the CSx75, the LED (red) should start blinking. The following
table defines the different states of the red and green LEDs.
LED
Red blinking
Module Status
Normal data communication with the CSx75.
Red off
No data communication with the CSx75, check the wiring and
power source.
Green blinking
Receiving radio signals from learn mode wireless sensors.
Green off
No radio signals currently being received.
17.3 Wiring the RX8w8-16w8
Wire the bus according to the table below.
17.3.1 Terminal description
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Terminal
Description
POS
Connect to the KP POS terminal of the CSx75. Current draw is 30 mA.
COM
Connect to the KP GND terminal of the CSx75.
DATA
Connect to the KP DATA terminal of the CSx75.
17.3.2 Specifications
Operating power
12 VDC supplied from CSx75.
Compatibility
Compatible with CS175-275-575-875
Frequency
868 MHz for the RX8w8 and RX16w8
Current draw
30 mA maximum
Operating temperature
0 to 49°C
Dimensions
11 cm wide x 8.1 cm high x 2.54 cm deep
Shipping weight
105 g
17.4 Programming the RX8w8 – RX16w8
In order to program the RX8w8 – RX16w8 you must do the following:
•
Determine the transmitter settings: determine the different settings for the wireless
sensors.
•
Enroll the modules: set-up the module to be supervised by the CSx75 control panel.
•
Program the module: put the module into program mode so you start programming
the transmitters and enter the settings for transmitters and partitions.
17.4.1 Receiver installation and procedure (for Belgium)
The RX9008 antenna kit fits the RXxxW8 dual antenna receiver family. It is used
during installation, commisioning and testing of the wireless security system. Its
purpose is to ensure a sufficient margin in signal strength during normal operation by
reducing the receiver sensitivity during installation and maintainance checks.
Steps
1. Install the system.
2. Replace both receiver antennas with the RED RX9008 antennas.
3. Power-up and learn in all the transmitters.
4. Relocate transmitters with bad reception if necessary.
5. After succesful installation, remove the RX9008 antennas and re-install the
original receiver antennas.
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17.4.2 Programming the zone configuration and partition
All zones are programmed via the CSx75 panel and keypad. For instructions on accessing
and programming the CSx75, as well as changing the characteristics of a configuration
group, consult the CSx75 Installation Manual.
Location 0
Learn-in mode
This location is used to learn in devices. The segment used refers to the zone number
required.
Location 1 to 168 Transmitter features (two segments, FSD)
These locations contain two segments for transmitter specific functions.
Segment 1
1
Transmitter enabled
(Default =On)
2
Transmitter supervised
(Default =On)
3
User Fire (smoke)
Default =Off)
supervision windows
Segment 2
Location 193
4
Reserved
5
Reserved
6
Reserved
7
Reserved
8
Reserved
1
Partition 1 keyfob
(Default =On)
2
Partition 2 keyfob
(Default =On)
3
Partition 3 keyfob
(Default =On)
4
Partition 4 keyfob
(Default =On)
5
Partition 5 keyfob
(Default =On)
6
Partition 6 keyfob
(Default =On)
7
Partition 7 keyfob
(Default =On)
8
Partition 8 keyfob
(Default =On)
Receiver features (one segment, FSD)
Segment 1
1
On: jam detection enabled.
2
On: sequential programming method enabled.
3-8
Not used
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Location 194
Starting zone (one segment, ND)
Segment 1
Location 195
0
Starting zone is zone 1
1
Starting zone is zone 9
2
Starting zone is zone 17
3
Starting zone is zone 25
4
Starting zone is zone 33
5
Starting zone is zone 41
6
Starting zone is zone 49
7
Starting zone is zone 57
8
Starting zone is zone 65
9
Starting zone is zone 73
10
Starting zone is zone 81
11
Starting zone is zone 89
12
Starting zone is zone 97
13
Starting zone is zone 105
14
Starting zone is zone 113
15
Starting zone is zone 121
16
Starting zone is zone 129
17
Starting zone is zone 137
18
Starting zone is zone 145
19
Starting zone is zone 153
20
Starting zone is zone 161
Supervision timers (three segments, ND)
This location contains the time values for supervision.
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Segment 1
Number of minutes for non-fire transmitters.
Segment 2
Number of minutes for fire (smoke) transmitters.
Segment 3
Number of minutes for NACOSS check in (short window).
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Location 199
For Belgium the following parameters must be configured:
Segment 1: Number of minutes, for non-fire transmitters: -> 120 minutes = 2 hours.
Segment 2: Number of minutes, for fire(smoke) transmintters: -> 240 minutes.
Segment 3: Number of minutes, for NACOSS checkin -> 15 minutes.
RSSI check zone
This location is used to set a zone for an RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indication) check.
Location 200
RSSI result
This location is used to show the RSSI reading from the zone tested in location 199.
17.4.3 Programming guidelines
The following guidelines should be followed when programming the RX8w8-16w8
modules.
"
•
When a transmitter is learned into memory, the module starts from that specific
location.
•
Transmitters take priority over the hardwire on-board zones. Use the on-board
hardware zones first and start learning transmitters in the next zone.
Before you start programming, use the 910# command to default the RX8w8-16w8
module.
Steps
1. Press
8 to enter programming mode.
2. Enter a Go to Program Code. The keypad prompts you to enter a module number.
3. Enter the module number and press #. The module number is is the DIP switch
setting and can be from 32 to 39.
4. For new installations, press 910# to set the default module settings.
5. Press 193#, change the flags 1-2-4 and press
feature after each zone is learned in.
. This enables the Auto advance
6. Press 194#, followed by 1, to start learning in from zone 9.
7. Press 0# to enter the starting sensor learning location.
8. Press XX# where XX is the zone number (1 to 168) and # is the entry key.
9. Trip the desired transmitter (within 250 seconds) as described below. Listen for
the ding-dong for confirmation. If option 193, segment 1, option 2 is enabled, the
panel automatically switches to the next zone to learn in the next transmitter.
10. Repeat steps 5 to 7 to program the remaning transmitters.
11. Press the Exit key twice to exit programming mode.
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Three beeps from the keypad indicates an entry error. This occurs if you enter a
transmitter number that is not within the module’s zone block or if you try learning a
sensor that is already learned into the module.
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Transmitter
Door/Window
Action
Activate tamper switch by removing the cover.
Door/Window with
external contact
Activate tamper switch by removing the cover.
PIR
Activate tamper switch by removing back plate from PIR.
Smoke detector
Press and hold the test button.
Single Button Panic
Press and hold the button.
Dual Button Panic
Press and hold the buttons together.
Keyfobs
Press and hold the arm and disarm buttons together.
17.4.4 Deleting transmitters
The following steps describe how to delete transmitters from the module.
The module ignores a transmitter but does not remove the transmitter identification from
its memory. The transmitter can be reactivated later or a new one can be learned into the
zone.
Steps
1. Press
8 to enter programming mode.
2. Enter a Go to Program Code. The keypad prompts you to enter a module
number.
3. Enter the module number and press #. (This is the DIP switch setting and can
have a value between 32 to 39.
4. Press XX# where XX is the zone number (1 to 168) and where # is the entry key.
5. Press 1 to change the transmitter feature 1 (Transmitter Enabled). The first bit in
the segment changes from ‘1’ to ‘-‘, to indicate that the wireless component is
disabled.
6. Repeat steps 4 to 5 until all transmitters are deleted.
7. Press the Exit key twice to exit programming mode.
17.4.5 Testing wireless transmitters
During the installation and/ commissioning of the system, it is mandatory to check the
signal strength of all transmitters and record the signal strength in the system
documentation.
Part of the commissioning procedure of an 868 MHz wireless system is to record the RSSI
readings from each device.
Steps
1. Press
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8 to enter programming mode.
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2. The keypad prompts you to enter a module number.
3. Enter the module number and press #. The module number is the DIP switch
setting and can be from 32 to 39.
4. Press 199# to select location 199.
5. Press XX# where XX is the zone number (1 to 168) and # is the entry key.
6. Perform a walktest on the device. PIR detectors transmit only if there has been no
movement within the area for two minutes.
7. When the device has transmitted, you can record the reading from location 200.
Press 200# to get the RSSI reading.
8. Note the RSS reading and repeat steps 4 to 7 for the other detectors.
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18 CS216 HARDWARE ZONE EXPANDER
The CS216 is a microprocessor-controlled 16-zone expander for the CSx75 control panel.
Up to 20 CS216 expanders can be added to the CSx75 control panel with a maximum
zone count of 168 zones. Each expander has an optional tamper switch and power
isolator making it ideal for use in a remote location.
"
Roller switch zones can only be used on the CSx75 control panel. They cannot be used
on a CS216 hardware zone expander.
CS216
4
Not used
AUX+
DS 1
6
7
1 2 3 4 5 6
DATA
3
5
NO
DATA
DS2
8
AUX+
U3
VOUT
TAM
2
J1
Z24
Z23
COM
Z22
Z21
Z20
Z19
Z18
Z17
Z16
Z15
COM
Z14
Z13
Z12
Z11
Z9
Z10
S1
1
18.1
1
Zone connections (16
sets)
4
Additional keypad bus
connection
7
DIP switches (6
positions)
2
Tamper connection
(required)
5
No function
8
Processor
3
Keypad bus
connection
6
Supervision LED
Setting the DIP switches
Decide the starting zone of each zone expander. The starting zone must be on a
boundary of eight zones. The 16 zones for this module will move out from this starting
position. There are stick-on zone labels to indicate the zone numbers that you select.
To set the starting zone, set the DIP switch according to the table below.
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The position of all switches is updated only when the CS216 is powered up. Before you
change the position of these switches you must power down the expander.
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Zone
Number
Module
Number
DIP
Switch 1
DIP
Switch 2
DIP
Switch 3
DIP
Switch 4
DIP
Switch 5
9
23
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
17
16
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
25
17
On
On
Off
Off
Off
33
18
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
41
19
On
Off
On
Off
Off
49
20
Off
On
On
Off
Off
57
21
On
On
On
Off
Off
65
96
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
73
97
On
Off
Off
On
Off
81
98
Off
On
Off
On
Off
89
99
On
On
Off
On
Off
97
100
Off
Off
On
On
Off
105
101
On
Off
On
On
Off
113
102
Off
On
On
On
Off
121
103
On
On
On
On
Off
129
104
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
137
105
On
Off
Off
Off
On
145
106
Off
On
Off
Off
On
153
107
On
On
Off
Off
On
161
108
Off
Off
On
Off
On
18.1.1 DIP switch 6
To disable the second group of eight zones on a zone expander, turn on DIP switch 6.
18.2 Wiring the CS216
Wire the zones according to the table below. Any unused zones must have an EOL
resistor across them, unless all eight are disabled by DIP switch 6.
The CS216 is similar to the CS507. A white connector J9 can be used to connect to the
CSx75 panel in a housing mounted inside the control unit.
18.2.1
Terminal description
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Terminal
Description
Connector on the left side
DATA
Connect to the KP DATA terminal of the CSx75. (See the wiring
diagram for wire specifications.)
AUX
Connect to the KP POS terminal of the CSx75. Current draw is 30 mA.
COM
Connect to the KP COM terminal of the CSx75.
Vout
Can be used to power devices directly from the CS216. Power is
coming from the CSx75, therefore the current draw of these devices
must be added to the total current draw of the CS216. This output is
current limited to 100 mA.
TAM
Connect as shown below. If not used, connect to a COM terminal.
Bottom connector
Z9
Connect to one side of zone 9 loop. Connect the other side to COM
terminal. Open or short causes alarm. (See the wiring diagram for
examples.)
COM
Common (-) terminal for zones 9 and 10.
Z10
Connect to one side of zone 10 loop. Connect the other side to COM
terminal. Open or short causes alarm. (See the wiring diagram for
examples.)
Z11-Z24
Connect as described for Z9 and Z10.
18.2.2 Specifications
Operating power
12 VDC supplied from CSx75
Auxiliary power
Supplied from CSx75. Current limited to 100
ma
Current draw
30ma
Loop resistance
4K7 Ohms maximum
Loop response
Selectable 50 ms or 500 ms
Operating temperature
0 to 49°C
Dimensions
10 cm wide * 8 cm high * 2.54 cm deep
Shipping weight
115 g
18.3 Programming the CS216
18.3.1 Programming the zone configuration and partition
All zones are programmed via the CSx75 panel and keypad. See Location 36 on page 67
for information on how to access and program the CSx75 and how to change the
characteristics of a configuration group.
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19 CS534 AUDIO BOARD
The CS534 is a two-way audio (voice) communicator for the CSx75 alarm panel. Once the
alarm panel has communicated an alarm, the CS534 allows a monitoring service operator
to monitor a customer’s premises for listen-in purposes or basic two-way voice
communication. This procedure is controlled from the central station by use of a touch
tone telephone.
DS1
4
5
J7
3
DS2
6
J5
CS-534
7
Spk+Spk- +MicA- +MicB-
2
1
2
3
1
Microphone channels A and B
4
Expansion port
Wire run can be 300 m if microphone
wires are in a separtae jacket from the
speaker, 150 m if in the same jacket.
5
Bus supervision LED
Speaker terminals
6
Processor
•
Maximum speaker wire run = 300 m
7
X-10 Connection
•
Minimum speaker rating is 5 W, 8
ohms
Supervision LED
19.1 Features definition
19.1.1 Anti-lockup tone
If enabled, a tone is heard at the central station at programmed intervals during a two-way
session. During this tone, the CS534 disables the microphones so that it can detect a
keypress from the central station. This is useful in a noisy environment to prevent a loss of
central station control. If this occurs, press and hold the n key to engage Talk mode.
(Location 3).
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19.1.2 Call back mode
If programmed for this mode, the CS534 starts a timer when the control panel releases
the line. (Location 0, segment 1 and location 3, legment 3) During this time, the central
station can call the premises and begin the two-way session by entering the call back
access code (Location 1).
19.1.3 Call-in mode
If programmed for this mode, the homeowner can call the premises and listen to the
audible conditions within the home. The number of rings programmed in location 4,
segment 4 instructs the CS534 when to pick up the line. Program a 0 to disable this
function. A master code is required within 20 seconds after pickup to enable call-in mode.
19.1.4 Call-in mode answering machine defeat
If this feature is enabled, the CS534 listens for a master code for four seconds after an
answering machine, or some other device, has answered the premises’ telephone. The
user has 30 seconds to enter the code. Call-in must be enabled in location 4, segment 4.
(Location 0, segment 6)
19.1.5 High gain and low gain listen-in mode
These are modes in which the central station can listen in to the premises. High gain
listen-in is generally used in environments that produce very low noise. Low gain listen-in
is used in environments where background noise may distort the audio during listen-in.
(Location 4, segments 1 and 2)
19.1.6 Line hold mode
If programmed for this mode, the CS534 seizes the line immediately when the control
panel releases the line. A two-way session begins instantly or when the line hold digit is
entered, if programmed. (Location 0, segment 1, location 2 and location 3, segment1)
19.1.7 Speaker lockout
If this feature is enabled and the CSx75 reports a duress, silent panic, or holdup alarm,
the CS534 does not allow the central station to turn on the speaker on the premises.
19.2 Wiring the CS534
Wire the zones according to the table below.
19.2.1 Terminal description
Terminal
Description
Connector on the left side
110
1
Connect positive side of microphone #A
2
Connect negative side of microphone #A
3
Connect positive side of microphone #B
4
Connect negative side of microphone #B
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SPK+
SPK-
Connect to the speaker(s). Maximum speaker wire run: 1000’ (300m).
Minimum speaker rating: 5 Watts, 8 Ohms. Do not go below 4 Ohms.
19.2.2 Specifications
Operating power
12 VDC supplied from CSx75
Current (Standby)
50 mA
In Session
100 mA
Operating temperature
0 to 49°C
Dimensions
10 cm wide * 9.5 cm high * 2.54 cm deep
Shipping weight
100 g
Telephone Requirements
Touchtone
19.3 General operating instructions
The system operates in the following manner, regardless of how a two-way session is
started.
•
The session timer is started (Location 3).
•
All microphones are on (Location 0).
•
Low gain listen-in audio mode is selected (automatic).
•
Level 0 command set is active (automatic).
The CS534 operates in one of two modes programmed in location 0, segment 1.
19.4 Line-hold or call back
The following sections explain how the CS534 operates in line-hold or call back mode.
19.4.1 Line hold mode
Steps
1. An alarm is recognized.
2. The phone line is seized from the control panel and all phones on the premises.
3. The line disconnects (goes off hook).
4. The CS534 sends a tone indicator to the central station. See Tones on page 113
for more information.
5. If a line hold digit (location 2) has been programmed, the system waits for the digit
to be received before a two-way session is started. If the digit is not received
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before the time-out period (location 3, segment 1), the system returns to the
stand-by mode and waits for a new trip.
6. If the line hold digit is received or not programmed, the system starts a two-way
session.
19.4.2 Call back mode
Steps
1. An alarm is recognized.
2. The phone line is seized from the control panel and all phones on the premises.
3. The CS534 starts the call back window timer (location 3, segment 3). If the time
runs out before the number of rings is reached, the system returns to the stand-by
mode and waits for a new trip.
4. Waits to receive the call back, up to the selected number of minutes programmed
in location 3, segment 3 for the first ring.
5. Sends a continuous indicator tone to the central station until the access digit is
received, or the maximum number of attempts in location 3, segment 4 is
exhausted. When a digit is received, the indicator tone is silenced.
6. Waits for the access digit (location 1) to match. The reset [#] key may be used
during PIN entry to clear the PIN buffer. If the access digit does not match after a
set number of attempts (location 3, segment 4) the system returns to the stand-by
mode and waits for a new trip. If the digit is validated, the system silences the
siren and starts a two-way session.
19.4.3 Control levels
Levels of the modes may be changed at any time by pressing followed by the level
number you wish to access. If no key is pressed for three seconds, the buffer is
automatically cleared. Press [ ]-[0] to return to the beginning. Levels 1, 2 and 4 are not
supported. Attempts to access these levels revert to Level 0.
•
If a new alarm in the same partition is activated during a two-way session, the
session timer can be extended by pressing a key during the time period programmed
in location 3, segment 2.
•
If a new alarm in a different partition is activated during a two-way session, the timer
is reduced to 20 seconds and cannot be extended.
LEVEL
0
BASIC CONTROL LEVEL
0
Returns to the initial session settings when it is tripped. This includes the
microphone selection and audio mode.
1
High gain talk to the premises and extends session time.
3
High gain listen-in from the premises and extends session time.
2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9 Extends session time.
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6
Low gain listen-in from the premises and extends session time.
88
Terminates session and starts the call back mode.
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0
LEVEL
3
Terminates session and returns to the stand-by mode and waits for a new
trip.
MICROPHONE CONTROL (ZONING)
Returns to the initial session settings when it was tripped. This includes
the microphone selection and audio mode.
1
Turns microphone 1 on, microphone 2 off and extends session time.
2
Turns microphone 2 on, microphone 1 off and extends session time.
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Extends the session time.
9
Turns both microphones on and extends the session time.
OUTPUT / RELAY CONTROL LEVEL (NEGATIVE—TURN OFF)
NOTE: This feature requires X-10 Interface.
LEVEL
0
Returns to the initial session settings when it is tripped. This includes the
microphone selection and audio mode.
1–9
Turns the corresponding output/relay off. A negative confirmation tone
(two low beeps) is heard. See Tones on page 113 for more information.
5
OUTPUT / RELAY CONTROL LEVEL (POSITIVE—TURN ON)
LEVEL
NOTE: This feature requires X-10 Interface.
0
6
1-9
Returns to the initial session settings when it is tripped. This includes the
microphone selection and audio mode.
Turns the corresponding output/relay on. A positive tone is heard.
STATUS CHECK
0
Returns to the initial session settings when it is tripped. This includes the
microphone selection and audio mode.
1
Armed status: If partition 1 is armed, a positive tone is heard. If disarmed,
a negative tone is heard.
2
Ready status: If partition is in Ready status, a positive tone is heard. If it is
not ready, a negative tone is heard.
3
Power status: If AC and battery are good, a positive confirmation tone is
heard. If either AC or battery are bad, a negative tone is heard.
LEVEL
7
4–9
Extends the session time.
ARMING / DISARMING PARTITION 1
LEVEL
8
0–9
Enter your PIN user code to arm or disarm the system. If partition 1 is
armed, a positive beep is heard. If partition 1 is disarmed, a negative beep
is heard.
19.4.4 Tones
Indicator tones may be heard at the central station during a two-way session. The
definition of these indicator tones is as follows:
LOW = 400 Hz
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HIGH = 1600 Hz
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Tone
One high tone for 100 mS
Description
Time remaining indicator “A “
One mid tone for 100 mS
Time remaining indicator “B”
One mid tone for 100 mS, off for 100 mS, one high
tone for 100 mS
New alarm alerts for same partition
One high tone for 100 mS, off for 100 mS, one mid
tone for 100 mS, off for 100 mS, one high tone for
100 mS
New alarm alerts for different partition
Continuous on/off high tone every 100 mS; will stop
after a digit is received
System waiting for access PIN
One low tone for 200 mS (if enabled)
Anti lock-up
One mid tone for 500 mS
Acknowledgement to level change
command
One mid tone for 250 mS, off for 250 mS, one mid
tone for 250 mS, off for 250 mS, one mid tone for
250 mS
Error tone
Relay / output turned on, or
One low tone for 100mS
Positive status response, or
Partition 1 armed
Relay / output turned off, or
One low tone for 100mS; off for 200mS; one low
tone for 100 mS
Negative status response, or
Partition 1 disarmed
19.5 Programming the CS534
19.5.1
Programming the CS534 parameters
All parameters are programmed via the CSx75 panel and keypad. See Programming the
system on page 40 for more information.
Location 0
Programming features (one segment, FSD)
1
Line hold or call back mode (Default = call back mode)
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2
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Off: the CS534 does not release the line after any communication, which
causes a listen-in session to be triggered. The listen-in session starts
immediately.
• On: the CS534 releases the line and waits for the central station to call it
back before starting a listen-in session.
Normal two-way or listen-in only (Default = normal two-way)
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3
4
On: listen-in only mode: this allows the central station to listen to the activity
at the premises.
• Off: normal two-way mode: this allows the central station to communicate
with the person(s) at the premises. The procedure is controlled from the
central station by using keypresses on a touch tone telephone.
Speaker Lockout (default = Off)
•
Off: the Automatic Speaker Lockout is enabled.
•
On: the Speaker Lockout is disabled.
Microphone-A start-up selection (default = on )
•
5
Microphone-B start-up selection (default = on )
•
6
Location 1
Enabling this feature will turn on microphone-B at start-up.
Call in feature answering machine defeat enabled (default = off )
•
7 -8
Enabling this feature will turn on microphone-A at start-up.
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When a call-in is made, at least one ring must be received. The line is
picked up and the CS534 listens for a master code to be entered within the
30-second time limit. If the answering machine defeat is enabled, the code
must be entered even if someone answers the phone. If this feature is not
enabled, the CS534 waits for the number of rings programmed in location 4,
segment 4. Call-in must be enabled in location 4, segment 4.
This feature enables Level 7 – Status Check and Level 8 –
Arming/Disarming Partition 1. The factory default for this segment is off.
Call back access code (default = 123456) (six segments, ND)
This location contains the access code used to start a listen-in session when the CS534 is
in call back mode. The call back access code can be up to a maximum of six digits. The
valid entries are 0 to 15 (10 = , 11 = #, 12 = none, 13 to 15 = any digit). If less than six
digits are desired, program a 15 at the end of the desired code. If segment 1 contains a
15, any digit accesses the CS534. If segment 1 is a 12, no access code is required.
Location 2
Line hold mode access digit (default = 15(F) (one segment, ND)
This digit is required to start a two-way session if line-hold mode is used. Valid entries are
0 to 15 (10 = , 11 = #, 12 = none, 13 to 15 = any digit). If segment 1 is a 12, no access
digit is required. If it is programmed as a 15, any digit accesses the CS534.
Location 3
Timing options (8 segments, ND)
Seg 1
Line hold timeout (Default = 60 seconds)
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Seg 2
Determines how long the CS534 waits for the line-hold digit programmed in
location 2 while in the line-hold mode. When a digit is pressed, the timer is
reset. If the digit is not received during this time, the CS534 hangs-up
(disconnects). This time is programmable from 10 to 255 seconds for each
digit.
New trip hangup time (Default = 20 seconds)
•
Determines where the CS534 sets the session timer when a new trip is
received on the same partition during a two-way session. This time is
programmed from 1 to 255 seconds and is extended if there is any activity
from the central station. If an alarm occurs in the same partition, pressing a
key in this time period extends the session timer. If the alarm is in a different
partition, the timer is reduced automatically and allows the timer to be
restarted.
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Seg 3
Call back windows timer (Default = 5 minutes)
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Seg 4
Determines the amount of time, in one-minute increments, the CS534 waits
for a call back when enabled in location 0, segment 1 or initiated by the
central station. Possible increments are 1 to 255 minutes. See Control levels
on page 112 for more information.
Wrong PIN digit entries (Default = 12)
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Seg 5
Determines the maximum number of digits that can be entered for call back
and call-in features (location 0, segments 1 and 6). Valid entries are 6 to
255. (Default = 12)
Session inactivity hang-up time (Default = 90 seconds)
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Seg 6
Determines how long the CS534 remains on the phone line with no activity
from the central station. This time can be programmed from 30 to 255
seconds.
Time remaining tone indicator-A (Default = 20 seconds)
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Seg 7
Determines how many seconds remain when the CS534 sends tone
indicator “A” to the central station. This time is used to alert the central
station that the two-way session is terminated if there is no further activity
from the central station. Valid entries are 1 to 255 seconds.
Time remaining tone indicator-B (Default = 10 seconds)
•
Seg 8
Determines how many seconds remain when the CS534 sends tone
indicator-B to the central station. This time is used to alert the central station
that the two-way session is terminated if there is no further activity from the
central station. Valid entries are 1 to 255 seconds.
Anit-lock-up tone time (Default = 0 seconds)
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Location 4
Determines at what interval the anti-lock-up tone is heard at the central
station. This tone is used to prevent noise in an exceptionally loud
environment from interfering with central station’s control of the two-way
session. The possible values are 0 to 255 seconds. If a zero “0” is
programmed (default), it is disabled and no tone is generated.
Volume/ring control (four segments, ND)
Segment 1
Low gain listen-in mode microphone volume (Default = 5)
•
Segment 2
Controls the volume of the microphones when low-gain listen-in
mode is selected by the central station. The possible values for this
location are 0 to 9 (maximum volume is 9 and minimum is 0).
High gain listen-in mode microphone volume (Default = 9)
•
Segment 3
Controls the volume of the microphones when high-gain listen-in
mode is selected by the central station. The possible values are 0
to 9 (maximum volume is 9, minimum volume is 0).
Speaker volume (Default = 9)
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Segment 4
Governs the volume of the speaker when talk is selected by the
central station. The possible values for location 4 are 0 to 9
(maximum volume is 9, minimum volume is 0).
Number of rings to answer for call-in feature (Default = 0)
•
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Determines the number of rings the CS534 must see before
answering the call while in call-in mode (location 0, segment 6).
Valid entries are 0 to 9. If a zero “0” is programmed, it is disabled. A
master code is required within 20 seconds of the line pickup or the
line is disconnected.
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Location 5
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Programming X-10 address for output 1 (two segments, ND)
An X-10 interface module, such as the CS534, must be present for this feature to work
properly.
Module number (Default = 0)
Segment 1
Contains the X-10 module number. Program a number from 0 to 15 to
represent the corresponding X-10 module number from the following
table.
Module #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Seg 1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Segment 2
House code (Default = 0)
Contains the X-10 house code. Program a number from 0 to 15 to
represent the corresponding X-10 house code from the following table.
X-10
ADDRESS
CODES
0=A
4=E
8=I
12 = M
1=B
5=F
9=J
13 = N
2=C
6=G
10 = K
14 = O
3=D
7=H
11 = L
15 = P
Location 6 to 13 Programming X-10 Address for outputs 2 to 9 (two segments , ND)
These locations are used to program the X-10 address for outputs 2 – 9. Each location
has two segments. Segment 1 contains the module number and segment 2 contains the
house code. See Location 5 above for more information.
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20 CS507 OUPUT EXPANDER BOARD
The CS507 is an auxiliary module used to expand the capabilities of the CSx75 control
panel with the following features:
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A microprocessor controlled 2-relay, five open collector expander.
•
Two separate normally open and normally closed relay contacts for a variety of
applications, including access control, home control/automation, wireless interfaces
and security functions.
•
Five low current trigger output (outputs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5).
•
Up to eight modules can be connected to the CSx75 control panel.
•
It can be programmed to activate for an event in any or all partitions, depending on
whether the control panel supports partitions.
•
Each relay can be programmed to follow up to eight different schedules to activate the
relay during the on time, or to be used in conjunction with another programming option
to create time zones.
•
An optional tamper switch and auxiliary power terminal making it ideal for use in a
remote location.
7
J8
CS507
8
DS 1
U1
6
9
DS2
5
ON
J1
10
1 2
3
4
4
3
2
Rl2
R7C
R7NO
R7NC
R6C
R6NO
OUT5
11
R6NC
OUT4
OUT3
OUT2
OUT1
TAM
VOUT
AUX+
DATA
Rl1
1
1
Form C (SPDT) relay
connections (2 sets ) +
five Open Collectors
5
Additional keypad bus
connection
9
Processor
2
Tamper connection
6
Supervision LED
10
DIP switches (four
positions)
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Auxiliary power connection
7
X–10 Supervision LED
4
Keypad bus connection
8
X-10 Connection
11
Relay
20.1 Setting the DIP switches
Decide the starting output of each output expander. The starting output must be on a
boundary of eight outputs.
To set the starting output, set the DIP switch according to the table below.
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The position of all switches is updated only when the CS507 is powered up. Before you
change the position of these switches, you must power down the expander.
Address
DIP Switch 1
DIP Switch 2
DIP Switch 3
Outputs
24
On
On
Off
1-7
25
Off
Off
On
9-15
26
On
Off
On
17-23
27
Off
On
On
25-31
28
On
On
On
33-39
29
Off
Off
Off
41-46
30
On
Off
Off
49-55
31
Off
On
Off
57-63
20.1.1 DIP switch 4
DIP switch 4 is used to disable the tamper feature. (On: is enabled, Off: is disabled.)
20.2
Wiring the CS507
Wire the outputs according to the table below.
20.2.1
Terminal description
Terminal
Description
DATA
Connect to the KP DATA terminal of the CSx75. See the wiring diagram
for wire specifications.
AUX
Connect to the KP POS terminal of the CSx75. Current draw is 30 mA.
COM
Connect to the KP COM terminal of the CSx75.
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Terminal
Description
Vout
This terminal can supply up to 100 mA fused separate from the power in
the control panel. Any power drain from this terminal should be included
in total current draw from the CSx75. This allows an isolation of the
power between the main control and remote devices. If a short is
created past the AUX terminal, those devices cease to function, but the
other devices, including the CS507, continue to operate. The CS507
reports this problem to the control panel and it is displayed on the
keypad as an expander power trouble.
TAM
Connect as shown below. If not used, connect to a COM terminal.
Out 1- 5
Open collector outputs that switch to GND when activated - capable of
up to 100 mA. If the device is connected to outputs, it must see the
transition from 13 V to GND. The enclosed resistors must be used.
Connect the resistor between AUX and the output being used.
Relay 6 /NC
Normally closed dry contact rated 1 Amp at 30 volts.
Relay 6 /NO
Normally open dry contact rated 1 Amp at 30 volts.
Relay 6 /CO
Normally common dry contact rated 1 Amp at 30 volts.
Relay 7 /NC
Normally closed dry contact rated 1 Amp at 30 volts.
Relay 7 /NO
Normally open dry contact rated 1 Amp at 30 volts.
Relay 7 /CO
Normally common dry contact rated 1 Amp at 30 volts.
An additional connector J1, (left middle), allows a direct bus connection to the controller.
An additional cable is supplied with the control panel to allow you to install the expander in
the housing of the CSx75. It connects to J16 on the CS575. The expansion board can be
connected to the CSx75 controller in two ways:
•
When the expansion board is mounted in the box, you can use the direct bus
connection as outlined above.
•
When the expansion board is mounted remotely, you can use the DATA , AUX+ and
COM terminals from the table above. You must wire the tamper of the external box to
the COM and TAM terminals.
20.2.2 Specifications
Operating power
12 VDC supplied from CSx75
Auxiliary power
Supplied from CSx75. Current limited to 100
mA.
Current draw
10 mA with no outputs active
25 mA with all outputs active
+ current draw of any device attached
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Operating temperature
0 to 49°C
Dimensions
10 cm wide * 8 cm high * 2.54 cm deep
Shipping weight
115 g
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20.3 Programming the CS507
20.3.1 Programming the output configuration and partition
Location 0
Programming the event, zone and time for output 1 (three segments, ND)
This location is used to select the particular function, zone number and time for an output
to trip.
#
Segment 1 (EVENT)
Selects the event that triggers the output. See the table
below for the specific events that can be selected.
Segment 2 (ZONE/USER)
Selects the zone or user number necessary to trigger an
output. If 0 is programmed in this location, any zone or user
activates the output.
Segment 3 (TIME)
Selects the amount of time an output remains activated
when an output triggers. If 0 is programmed in this location,
the output follows the particular event.
#
Event
#
0
Event
Burglary Alarm
18
Entry
36
Program Mode
1
Fire Alarm
19
Exit
37
Download
2
24-hour Alarm
20
Entry or Exit
38
Ground Fault
3
Zone Trouble
21
Armed
39
Over Current
4
Zone Tamper
22
Not Armed
40
Box Tamper
5
Burglary Siren
23
Ready
41
Siren Tamper
6
Fire Siren
24
Not Ready
42
Any Zone Faulted
7
Any Siren
25
Fire
8
Zone Bypass
26
Fire Trouble
9
AC Failure
27
Chime
10
System Low Battery
28
43
44
45
Event
Any Alarm
Keypad Beeping
Code Entry
Expander Trouble
46 
Key FOB Function 1
11
Duress
29
Dynamic Battery Test
47
Key FOB Function 2
12
Manual Fire
30
Open Schedule
48
Auto Arm Control
13
Aux 2 Keypad
31
Closed Schedule
49
Auto Disarm Control
14
Keypad Panic
32
Listen In
50
Auto Arm and Disarm Control
Keypad Tamper
33
Line Seizure
51
Follow schedule of CS507
Automatic Test
34
Failed to Communicate
52
Flash X-10 for Alarm Memory
Alarm Memory
35
Telephone Line Fault
53
Flash X-10 for Siren
15
16
17
See loc. 65 and 66 in CSx75
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If set to follow condition, these events is 1 second.
Events 46 and 47 require RX8i4 - RX16i4 wireless receivers to operate.
Events 48, 49 and 50 arm or disarm the CSx75 at the open (disarm) or close (arm) time for the appropriate
schedule.
For events 48 and 50, the keypad buzzer sounds one minute prior to auto arm if the zone
value is 1. If the zone value is 0, the keypad does not sound prior to auto arm.
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Location 1
Programming special functions and partitions for output 1 (two segments, FSD)
Segment 1
Selects the following special conditions:
1
On: output times in minutes
Off: output times in seconds.
Segment 2
Location 2
2
On: output latches until a code is entered.
3
On: output resets if a code is entered while it is being timed.
4
On: output only triggers during a closed schedule.
5
On: output only triggers during an open schedule.
6
On: output is inverted.
7
On: a trigger is logged in the event buffer.
Selects the following partitions:
1
On: the event activates when it occurs in partition 1.
2
On: the event activates when it occurs in partition 2.
3
On: the event activates when it occurs in partition 3.
4
On: the event activates when it occurs in partition 4.
5
On: the event activates when it occurs in partition 5.
6
On: the event activates when it occurs in partition 6.
7
On: the event activates when it occurs in partition 7.
8
On: the event activates when it occurs in partition 8.
Enabling the schedules for output 1 (one segment, FSD)
This location is used to enable any or all of the eight schedules. Segment 1 corresponds
to schedule 1 and segment 8 corresponds to schedule 8. This location can be used in
conjunction with the special function location to create an output that activates only during
certain times and/or certain days.
Segment 1
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1
On: the event follows schedule 1.
2
On: the event follows schedule 2.
3
On: the event follows schedule 3.
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On: the event follows schedule 4.
5
On: the event follows schedule 5.
6
On: the event follows schedule 6.
7
On: the event follows schedule 7.
8
On: the event follows schedule 8.
Programming the X-10 address for output 1 (two segments, ND)
Program a number from 0 to 15 to represent the corresponding X-10
module number from the following table.
Segment 1
Module #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Seg 1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Program a number from 0 to 15 to represent the corresponding X-10
house code from the following table.
Segment 2
X-10
ADDRESS
CODES
Locations 4 - 31
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4
0=A
4=E
8=I
12 = M
1=B
5=F
9=J
13 = N
2=C
6=G
10 = K
14 = O
3=D
7=H
11 = L
15 = P
Programming for outputs 2 to 7
The information in the following locations is configured in the same way as locations 0, 1,
2 and 3 for output 1.The following table contains the locations for output 1 to 7, output 8
is reserved. Output 8 may be used for X10, but is not a physical output.
Description
Event
Output1 Output2 Output3 Output4 Output5 Output6 Output7
0
4
8
12
16
20
24
Functions
1
5
9
13
17
21
25
Schedules
2
6
10
14
18
22
26
X10
Programming
3
7
11
15
19
23
27
Locations 4 to 31 are used to program the events, zones and times, special functions,
partitions, schedules and X-10 addresses for outputs 2 to 7. Each output has four
locations which are programmed with the same steps as output 1. See Location 0,
Location 1, Location 2 and Location 3 above for more information.
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Location 32
Location 33
Location 34
Programming the opening time for schedule 1 (two segments, ND)
Segment 1
Program the hour of the opening time in 24-hour format. (1:00 PM = 13)
Segment 2
Program the minutes after the hour of the opening time for schedule 1.
Programming the closing time for schedule 1 (two segments, ND)
Segment 1
Program the hour of the closing time in 24-hour format. (1:00 PM = 13)
Segment 2
Program the minutes after the hour of the closing time for schedule 1.
Programming the days for schedule 1 (one segment, ND)
Segment 1
Locations 35 to 55
1
On: the schedule is active on Sunday.
2
On: the schedule is active on Monday.
3
On: the schedule is active on Tuesday.
4
On: the schedule is active on Wednesday.
5
On: the schedule is active on Thursday.
6
On: the schedule is active on Friday.
7
On: the schedule is active on Saturday.
8
On: the schedule is disabled on holidays.
Programming for schedules 2 to 8 (two segments, ND)
These locations are used to program the opening times, closing times and days for
schedules 2 to 8. Each schedule has three locations which are programmed with the
same steps as schedule 1. See Location 32 and Location 33 on page 124 for more
information.
Location 56
Programming the date of holidays in January (eight segments, ND)
Program the day of the month in January that the opening time in a schedule is
suppressed. For example, if the opening should not occur on January 1, program 1 in
segment 1. This feature can be repeated up to a maximum of eight holidays per location
(month).
Locations 57 to 67 Programming the date of holidays from February to December (eight segments,
ND)
These locations are used to program the day of each month, from February to December,
in which the opening time in a schedule is suppressed. Each location accommodates a
maximum of eight holidays. See Location 56 above for more information. See also the
Control panel programming worksheets on page 130.
Location 68
Authorizing users 1 to 10 for outputs 1 to 7 (10 segments, binary data)
When activating outputs with a user code (event #45), location 68 can be used to restrict
certain codes from activating certain outputs. Location 68 contains 10 segments.
Segment 1 corresponds to user 1 and segment 10 corresponds to user 10.
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The zone/user for the corresponding output must be "0" to use this location.
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The last bit of the segment is not used as there are only seven outputs, the eighth bit is
reserved.
The number of users depends on the maximum number of control panel users. A
maximum of 99 users is available for the CS575 and CS875.
Segment 1-10
Location 69
1
On: the code activates output 1; Off: it does not activate output 1.
2
On: the code activates output 2; Off: it does not activate output 2.
3
On: the code activates output 3; Off: it does not activate output 3.
4
On: the code activates output 4; Off: it does not activate output 4.
5
On: the code activates output 5; Off: it does not activate output 5.
6
On: the code activates output 6; Off: it does not activate output 6.
7
On: the code activates output 7; Off: it does not activate output 7.
8
On: the code activates output 8; Off: it does not activate output 8.
Authorizing users 11 to 20 for outputs 1 to 7 (10 segments, binary data)
When activating outputs with a user code, this location can be used to restrict certain
codes from activating certain outputs. Segment 1 corresponds to user 11 and segment 10
corresponds to user 20. See Location 68 on page 124 for more information.
Location 70
Authorizing users 21 to 30
When activating outputs with a user code, this location can be used to restrict certain
codes from activating certain outputs. Segment 1 corresponds to user 21 and segment 10
corresponds to user 30. See Location 68 on page 124 for more information.
Location 71
Authorizing users 31 to 40
When activating outputs with a user code, this location can be used to restrict certain
codes from activating certain outputs. Segment 1 corresponds to user 31 and segment 10
corresponds to user 40. See Location 68 on page 124 for more information.
Location 72
Authorizing users 41 to 50
When activating outputs with a user code, this location can be used to restrict certain
codes from activating certain outputs. Segment 1 corresponds to user 41 and segment 10
corresponds to user 50. See Location 68 on page 124 for more information.
Location 73
Authorizing users 51 to 60
When activating outputs with a user code, this location can be used to restrict certain
codes from activating certain outputs. Segment 1 corresponds to user 51 and segment 10
corresponds to user 60. See Location 68 on page 124 for more information.
Location 74
Authorizing users 61 to 70
When activating outputs with a user code, this location can be used to restrict certain
codes from activating certain outputs. Segment 1 corresponds to user 61 and segment 10
corresponds to user 70. See Location 68 on page 124 for more information.
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Location 75
Authorizing users 71 to 80
When activating outputs with a user code, this location can be used to restrict certain
codes from activating certain outputs. Segment 1 corresponds to user 71 and segment 10
corresponds to user 80. See Location 68 on page 124 for more information.
Location 76
Authorizing users 81 to 90
When activating outputs with a user code, this location can be used to restrict certain
codes from activating certain outputs. Segment 1 corresponds to user 81 and segment 10
corresponds to user 90. See Location 68 on page 124 for more information.
Location 77
Authorizing users 91 to 99
When activating outputs with a user code, this location can be used to restrict certain
codes from activating certain outputs. Segment 1 corresponds to user 91 and segment 9
corresponds to user 99. See Location 68 on page 124 for more information.
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21 CS586 RS232 INTERFACE
The CS586 is a low cost add-on module that fits neatly into any CSx75 system enclosure
and provides a standard RS232 bi-directional DB-9 connector for connection to a home
automation host system. A simple three-wire connection to the main control is all that is
required to fully integrate this card into the system.
The CS586 can be used on a CS175 control panel to provide an RS232 up/download
functionality. It is built into the CS575 and CS875 control panels.
The CS586 has several levels of security that can be programmed at the time of
installation to allow as much or as little security system information to be passed to the
host system. It can also be set to limit the commands that are accepted from the host
system to prevent unauthorized attempts to override the security system status.
The unit can be easily configured for communication in an ASCII or binary protocol. A
selectable baud rate can be set from 600 baud to 76.8k baud with hardware RTS and
CTS handshaking. The ASCII implementation is easy to use and debug with standard
programming tools. The binary version is a more efficient method for transferring
information between the two systems. The system integrator can select any number of
events or conditions to cause the CS586 to send the relevant information to the host
without polling. This allows for a faster response to activity than polling alone can provide.
All security system information can be requested anytime if enabled to do so by the
installer. This is useful at system initialization and at periodic intervals to keep the two
systems in sync without worrying about missing any transitional event. This information is
organized as system, partition, zones and outputs. System information contains
information such as power status, phone line condition, module troubles and other system
wide conditions. Partition information includes readiness of all zones assigned, armed
state, entry/exit delays, last user number, alarm condition and many other conditions
within a specific partition. Zone information includes faults, alarm memory, bypasses,
troubles, tampers, low batteries, missing and partition assignments. Output messages
include commands that can be passed to, or from, devices in X-10 compatible format.
21.1 Wiring the CS586
The CS586 is a module which can be plugged in directly to the CS175.
21.1.1 Terminal description
Terminal
Description
POS
Connect to the POSITIVE keypad terminal of CSx75 control panel.
COM
Connect to the COM keypad terminal of the CSx75 control panel.
DATA
Connect to the DATA keypad terminal of the CSx75 control panel.
Terminal
Description
DB 9 Pin-out Signal
Signal Name
CS175 ------ PC
CTS*
->
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J7
Pin number
A position
8**
Pin number
B position
7
127
"
Signal Name
CS175 ------ PC
Jumper
number
Pin number
A position
Pin number
B position
TXS
->
J8
2
3**
RTS*
<-
J9
8
7**
RXD
<-
J10
2**
3
Sig.Gnd.
<->
-
5
5
Unused
--
-
1,4,6,9
1,4,6,9
*Rts and Cts signals are not currently supported
**Default jumper settings
21.1.2 Specifications
Operating power
12 VDC supplied from CSx75
Current
30 mA
Operating temperature
0 to 49°C
Dimensions
10 x 8.2 x 2.54 cm (width x length x depth)
Shipping weight
150 g
21.2 General operating instructions
21.2.1 LED Indications
• DS1
Flashes for CSx75 bus.
• DS3
Flashes for each valid packet received from host.
• DS4
Flashes for each packet transmitted to host.
• DS5
On when waiting for CSx75 function to be completed.
• DS6
On when waiting for acknowledgement from host.
21.3 Programming the CS586
21.3.1
Programming the RS232 parameters
All zones are programmed via the CSx75 panel and keypad. See the CSx75 Installation
Manual for information on accessing and programming the CSx75 and changing the
characteristics of a configuration group.
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Location 0
Programming the option flag (one segment, FSD)
The CS586 protocol can operate in one of two possible modes - binary or ASCII. Consult
the home automation application information to determine the proper mode for your
application and program it in location 0.
Location 1
Option 1
LED off = binary
Options 2 - 8
Reserved
LED on = ASCII
Baud rate table (one segment, ND)
See Location 208 on page 82 for more information.
Location 2
Enabling the transitions (two segments,FSD)
The CS586 can be programmed to automatically send information to the home
automation system whenever a change is made to this information. This is referred to as
transition-based broadcasting. The information packets that use transition-based
broadcasting depend on the application and the capabilities of the home automation
system. Location 2 is used to enable and disable the appropriate transition based
broadcasts. Consult the home automation application information and enable the
appropriate transition based broadcasts in location 2.
See Location 210 on page 82 for more information.
Location 3
Programming the command/request enables (four segments, FSD)
The CS586 can perform a variety of commands sent by the home automation system. For
example, it can allow the home automation system to arm, disarm and program the
security system, or bypass zones. Location 3 selects the commands the home automation
system can access. Consult the home automation application information and enable the
appropriate commands for your application.
See Location 211 on page 83 for more information.
It is important to understand the capabilites of the home automation system to avoid
compromising the security of your system when programming this location.
Location 4
Programming the LCD keypad address (one segment)
In order to activate certain commands, the CS586 must know the location of at least one
LCD keypad (if one exists in the system). See Appendix 3 for a list of LCD keypad
addresses.
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Factory defaults for segments are in bold italics and Quick Start location numbers are
highlighted.
Loc.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Description
Country code
Phone prefix
Phone #1
Default
Programming
14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-1414-14-14-14-14-14
Phone #1, account code
10-10-10-10-10-10
Phone #1, reporting format
0
Phone #1, selecting events to report
Seg#1 (Circle numbers to program)
Seg#2 (Circle numbers to program)
1 Alarms
1 Program, Download and Log Full
2 Alarm Restores
2 Tampers
3 Open/Close
3 Short Circuit and Ground Fault
4 Bypass
4 Sensor Lost
5 Zone Trouble
5 Sensor Low Battery
6 Power Trouble (Mains Failure or Low
6 Expander Trouble
7 Battery)
7 Failure To Communicate
8 Siren and Telephone Fault
8 Zone Activity Monitor
Test Reports
Phone #2
14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-1414-14-14-14-14-14-14
Phone #2, account code
10-10-10-10-10-10
Phone #2, reporting format
0
Phone #2, selecting events to report
Seg#1 (Circle numbers to program)
Seg# 2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Phone #3
14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-1414-14-14-14-14-14-14
Phone #3, account code
10 - 10 - 10 - 10 - 10 - 10
Phone #3, reporting format
0
23
24
Phone #3, selecting events to report
Seg#1 (Circle numbers to program)
Seg# 2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
Phone #4
14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-1414-14-14-14-14-14-14
Phone #4, account code
10-10-10-10-10-10
Phone #4, reporting format
0
Phone #4, selecting events to report
Seg#1 (Circle numbers to program)
Seg#2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
Phone #5
14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-1414-14-14-14-14-14-14
Phone #5, account code
10-10-10-10-10-10
Phone #5, reporting format
0
Phone #5, selecting events to report
Seg#1 (Circle numbers to program)
Seg#2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
Phone #6
14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-1414-14-14-14-14-14-14
Phone #6, account code
10-10-10-10-10-10
Phone #6, reporting format
0
25
Phone #6, selecting events to report
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
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5
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30
31
32
33
34
35
Seg#1 (Circle numbers to program)
Seg#2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
Dial attempts for phone number
Seg#1 ARC reporting
8
Seg#2 Before Fail to Communicate
8
Seg#3 Voice/Pager/Siren Tone Dialing
8
Report method
0
Dialer abort delay (0-255 sec)
30
Listen in time
30
Download access code
1-2-7-8-0-0-0-0
Rings to answer download
0
Download control
Seg#1 (Circle numbers to program)
1 Enables two call answering machine defeat.
2 Reserved
3 Requires call back before downloading.
4 Shutdown control panel.
5 Lock out local programming.
6 Lock out communicator programming.
7 Lock out download section.
8 Enables call back at autotest interval.
Call back phone number
14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-1414-14-14-14-14-14-14
Partition #1, feature selection
Seg#1
1 Quick Arm
5 Audible Keypad Panic
2 Re-Exit
6 Auxiliary 1 (1 + 3 double press)
3 Auto Bypass
7 Auxiliary 2 (4 + 6 double press)
4 Silent Keypad Panic (7 + 9 double press)
8 Multi Keypress Tamper
Seg#2
1 LED extinguish enable
5
2 Require user code for bypassing zones
6
3 Bypass sounder alert
7
8
4 Mains power/low battery sounder alert
Seg#3
5
1 Open/Close
6
2 Bypass
7
3 Restore
8
4 Trouble
Seg#4
5
1 Reserved
6
2 On: a wireless zone, which is lost, generates
7
a Tamper alarm during armed state and fault
8
3 during disarmed state.
4 On: enables restoral of events as disarming.
On: allow arming with a wireless zone, which
is lost.
Seg# 5 Reserved
Entry/exit timers
Seg#1 (Entry Time #1)
30
Seg#2 (Exit Time #1)
60
Seg#3 (Entry Time #2)
30
Seg#4 (Exit Time #2)
60
Segments #5 and #6
Reserved
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Enables bypass toggle
Enables silent auto arm
Enables automatic instant
Enables Silent Exit always
Tamper
Cancel
Recent Closing
Exit Error
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
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36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
132
Zones 1-8, zone types
5-4-1-1-1-1-1-1
Zones 1-8, partition selection (Segment 1=zone 1 to segment 8=zone 8)
Segments
Part#1 Part#2 Part#3 Part#4 Part#5 Part#6 Part#7 Part#8
Seg#1 (1)
1
Seg#2 (2)
1
Seg#3 (3)
1
Seg#4 (4)
1
Seg#5 (5)
1
Seg#6 (6)
1
Seg#7 (7)
1
Seg#8 (8)
1
Zones 9-16, zone types
1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Zones 9-16, partition selection (Segment 1=zone 9 to segment 8=zone 16)
Segments
Part#1 Part#2 Part#3 Part#4 Part#5 Part#6 Part#7 Part#8
Seg#1 (9)
1
Seg#2 (10)
1
Seg#3 (11)
1
Seg#4 (12)
1
Seg#5 (13)
1
Seg#6 (14)
1
Seg#7 (15)
1
Seg#8 (16)
1
Zones 17-24, zone types
1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Zones 17-24, partition selection (Segment 1=zone 17 to segment 8=zone 24)
Segments
Part#1 Part#2 Part#3 Part#4 Part#5 Part#6 Part#7 Part#8
Seg# 1 (17)
1
Seg#2 (18)
1
Seg#3 (19)
1
Seg#4 (20)
1
Seg# 5 (21)
1
Seg#6 (22)
1
Seg#7 (23)
1
Seg#8 (24)
1
Zones 25-32, zone types
1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Zones 25-32, partition selection (Segment 1=zone 25 to segment 8=zone 32)
Segments
Part#1 Part#2 Part#3 Part#4 Part#5 Part#6 Part#7 Part#8
Seg#1 (25)
1
Seg#2 (26)
1
Seg#3 (27)
1
Seg#4 (28)
1
Seg#5 (29)
1
Seg#6 (30)
1
Seg#7 (31)
1
Seg#8 (32)
1
Zones 33-40, zone types
1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Zones 33-40, partition selection (Segment 1=one 33 to segment 8=zone 40)
Segments
Part#1 Part#2 Part#3 Part#4 Part#5 Part#6 Part#7 Part#8
Seg#1 (33)
1
Seg#2 (34)
1
Seg#3 (35)
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50
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Seg#4 (36)
1
Seg#5 (37)
1
Seg#6 (38)
1
Seg#7 (39)
1
Seg#8 (40)
1
Zones 41-48, zone types
1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Zones 41-48, partition selection (Segment 1=zone 41 to segment 8=zone 48)
Segments
Part#1 Part#2 Part#3 Part#4 Part#5 Part#6 Part#7 Part#8
Seg#1 (41)
1
Seg#2 (42)
1
Seg#3 (43)
1
Seg#4 (44)
1
Seg#5 (45)
1
Seg#6 (46)
1
Seg#7 (47)
1
Seg#8 (48)
1
Swinger shutdown count
0
Keypad sounder control
Seg#1 (Circle numbers to program)
1 Keypad sounds for Telephone Line Cut when in the Armed state.
2 Keypad sounds for Telephone Line Cut when in the Disarmed state.
3 Keypad sounds upon Mains Power Failure.
4 Keypad sounds upon Low Battery Detection.
5 Keypad sounds during “B” Alarm trip time.
6 Keypad sounds for Tamper Alarm.
7 Reserved
8 Keypad sounds for expander trouble.
Siren options
Seg#1 (Circle numbers to program)
1 Siren sounds for Telephone Line Cut while armed.
2 Siren sounds for Telephone Line Cut while disarmed.
3 Siren blast at arming.
4 Siren blast at exit delay expiration.
5 Siren blast at closing kissoff.
6 Siren sounds for expander trouble.
7 Siren sounds for a tamper.
8 Siren blasts one time for keyswitch or wireless arming, two times for disarming.
Seg#2 (Circle numbers to program)
1 Convert siren driver to voltage out.
2-8 Reserved
Seg#3 Reserved
System options
Seg#1 (Circle numbers to program)
1 On: delay zone restores until siren timeout.
2 On: enable battery presence test (every 10 seconds).
3 On: Dynamic Battery test performed at arming.
4 On: manual bell test enabled.
5 On: manual communicator test enabled.
6 On: box tamper input enabled.
7 On: clock uses internal crystal.
8 On: disable temporal siren on fire.
Seg#2 (Circle numbers to program)
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53
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55
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1 On: disables on-board 8 zones.
2 On: force default configuration for zone types to be used.
3 On: disables bypass reports for force arm.
4 On: enables resetting of tamper memory by a master code.
5 On: enables 2-wire smoke.
6 On: sets 25VA transformer.
7 On: enables Fire to Open / Last to Close.
8 On: enables Summer / Wintertime option.
Seg#3 (Circle numbers to program)
On: Box Tamper report enabled.
1
On: Mains Fail reporting enabled.
2
On: Low Battery reporting enabled.
3
On: Aux. Power Overcurrent report enabled.
4
On: Siren Supervision report enabled.
5
On: Telephone Line Cut report enabled.
6
Reserved
7
On: Expander Trouble reporting enabled.
8
Seg#4 (Circle numbers to program)
Failure To Communicate report enabled.
1
Log Full report enabled.
2
Autotest report enabled.
3
Start and End Programming report enabled.
4
End Download report enabled.
5
Sensor Low Battery report enabled.
6
Sensor Missing report enabled.
7
Reserved
8
Seg#5 (Circle numbers to program)
1
Lost Clock service LED enabled.
2 -8 Reserved.
System timers
Seg#1 Dynamic Battery Test duration (0-255 minutes)
0
Seg#2 Mains Failure report delay (0-255 minutes)
5
Seg#3 Power Up Delay (0-60 seconds)
0
Seg#4 Internal Siren Time (1-255 minutes)
8
Seg#5 Telephone Line Cut delay (0-255 seconds)
0
Seg#6 B-alarm timer
5
Seg#7 Chime Time in 50 mS increments (0-255)
3
Seg#8 Fire Alarm Verification Time (120-255 sec.)
0
Seg#9 Zone Activity Monitor (0-255 Days)
0
Seg#10 Double Knock Time (0-255 minutes)
0
Seg#11 Double Knock Open Time (0-255 sec.)
Seg#12 External Siren time (1-255 minutes)
Seg13 – 14 Reserved
Special features
Seg#1 (Circle numbers to program)
Enables six digit code option. All arm/disarm/Go to program codes require six digits
1
Requires valid user code entry for -9-8 and -9-9 functions to work.
2
Reserved.
3
Enable Walk-Test Mode.
4
Reserved.
5-8
Go to program code
1-2-7-8-0-0
Go to program code partition and authorization
Seg#1 (Circle numbers to program)
Reserved
1
Enables Go to program code as an arm only code.
2
Enables Go to program code as an arm only after closing.
3
Enables Go to program code as a master arm/disarm code (can change user codes)
4
Enables Go to program code as an arm/disarm code.
5
Enables Go to program code to bypass zones.
6
Enables Go to program code opening and closing reports.
7
Reserved
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60
61
62
Seg#2 (Circle numbers to program)
1
Enables Go to program code for partition #1.
2
Enables Go to program code for partition #2.
3
Enables Go to program code for partition #3.
4
Enables Go to program code for partition #4.
5
Enables Go to program code for partition #5.
6
Enables Go to program code for partition #6.
7
Enables Go to program code for partition #7.
8
Enables Go to program code for partition #8.
Duress code
15-15-15-15-15-15
Auxiliary outputs 1-4 partition selection
Auxiliary outputs 1-4 special timing
1
1
Area 1
2
Area 2
3
Area 3
4
Area 4
5
Area 5
6
Area 6
7
Area 7
8
Area 8
Auxiliary outputs 1-4 special timing
Segments
Auxiliary output timed in minutes.
Auxiliary output to latch.
Auxiliary output to stop timing upon user code entry.
Auxiliary output to activate only between closing and opening time.
Auxiliary output to activate only between opening and closing time.
Invert auxiliary output (0 volts going to 12 volts when activated).
Reserved
Reserved
Auxiliary output #1, event and time
Seg#1: Event number
Seg#2: Timing
Auxiliary output #2, event and time
Seg#1: Event number
Seg#2: Timing
Auxiliary output #3, event and time
Seg#1: Event number
Seg#2: Timing .
Auxiliary output #4, event and time
Seg#1: Event number
Seg#2: Timing
63
64
65
66
Autotest timing
Seg#1: Autotest interval from 1-255 days or hours.
Seg#2: Autotest report in 24-hour time formAt.
Seg#3: Autotest report time, minutes after the hour.
Seg#4: Reserved.
Autotest control
Seg#1: Program 1 if the interval is hours, 0 if it is in days. Add2 to
suppress the daily test or 3 to suppress the hourly test.
Opening time
Seg#1: Hour of the opening time.
Seg#2: Minutes after the hour of the opening time.
Closing time / auto arming time
Seg#1: Hour of the closing time / auto arming time.
Seg#2: Minutes after hour of closing / auto arming time.
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0=Burglary
alarm
10 seconds
1=Fire alarm
10 seconds
2=24-hour
Alarm
10 seconds
21-Armed
State
0=Follow
condition
8
0
20
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Days of the week each partition is open
Segments
1
Sunday
1
Monday
2
Tuesday
3
Wednesday
4
Thursday
5
Friday
6
Saturday
7
Reserved
8
Days of the week auto arming occurs in partitions 1-8
Segments
1
1
Sunday
2
Monday
3
Tuesday
4
Wednesday
5
Thursday
6
Friday
7
Saturday
8
Disable Retry Timer
Communicator Codes: for three segment locations
Seg#1: Report Code 10’s digit
Seg#2: Report Code 1’s digit / 8 channel FFChannel #
Seg#3: Voice Channel reported for this event
Communicator Codes: for two segment locations
Seg#1: Report Code 10’s digit
Seg#2: Report Code 1’s digit / 8 channel FF-Channel #
Open
Close
Partial
Cancel
„B“ Alarm
Zone tamper
Zone tamper restore
Zone trouble
Zone trouble restore
Box tamper
Box tamper restore
Siren tamper
Siren tamper restore
Sensor low battery
Sensor low battery restore
Sensor missing
Sensor missing restore
Duress
Keypad auxiliary 1
Keypad auxiliary 2
Keypad panic
Keypad tamper
Mains fail
Main restore
Low battery
Low battery restore
Overcurrent
Overcurrent restore
Telephone line cut
Telephone line cut restore
Expander trouble
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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1
2
3
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1
2
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2
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8
7
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
0
0
0
0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
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3
4
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7
8
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
Expander trouble restore
Fail to communicate
Log full
Autotest
Exit error
Recent close
Start program
End program
End download
Reserved locations
0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
Partition 1, Account code
10-10-10-10-10-10
Partition 2, Account code
10-10-10-10-10-10
Partition 3, Account code
10-10-10-10-10-10
Partition 4, Account code
10-10-10-10-10-10
Format override
Seg#1 (Circle numbers to program)
Seg#2 (Circle numbers to program)
1 On: pager formAt
1 On: 1800Hz transmit; Off = 1900Hz
2 On: 1400/2300 handshake
2 On: 2300Hz handshake; Off = 1400Hz.
3 On: Cksum parity; Off = double round parity 3 On: 8 channel fast format
4 On: Voice protocol
4 On: SIA area modifier
5 On: ContACt ID
5 On: Allow Phone # programming.
6 On: SIA
6 On: Semadigit.
7 On: contact ID or 4+3
7 On: 20 p.p.s.; Off: 10 p.p.s.
8 On: DTMF
8 On: handshake required.
Segments #3 and #4 reserved
SIA code group 1
4
4/2 alarm code group 1
Seg#1: Report Code 10’s digit
0
Seg#2: Report Code 1’s digit / 8 channel FF-Channel #
0
Seg#3: Voice Channel reported for this event
0
4/2 restore group 1
Seg#1: Report Code 10’s digit
0
Seg#2: Report Code 1’s digit / 8 channel FF-Channel #
0
Group 1 characteristic select
Seg#1 (Circle numbers to program)
1 Fire (enable for fire zone).
2 24-hour (enable for non-fire 24-hour zone).
3 Keyswitch zone.
4 Follower (enable for burg zones that are
instant during non-entry times).
Seg#2 (Circle numbers to program)
1 Keypad audible on alarm.
2 Yelping siren on alarm.
3 Temporal siren on alarm.
4 Chime
Seg#3 (Circle numbers to program)
1 Fast Loop Response.
2 Double End of Line Tamper zone.
3 Trouble zone (Day zone).
4 Cross zone.
Seg#4 (Circle numbers to program)
1 Zone Activity Monitor.
2 “B” Alarm.
3 Final set door.
4 Roller shutter zone.
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6
7
8
Delay 1 zone (enable to follow Timer 1 Entry/Exit
times).
Delay 2 zone (enable to follow Timer 1 Entry / Exit
times).
Interior (enable for auto bypass or stay arming).
Local Only (enable if zone is not to be reported).
5
6
7
8
Bypassable
Group shunt
Force armable
Entry Guard
5
6
7
8
Dialer Delay zone.
Swinger zone.
Restore reporting.
Listen-In.
5
6
7
8
Double Knock.
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
137
Seg#5 – Reserved
The defaults listed in the characteristic locations below represent the three segments of each location. Use the three
segment charts from location 130 to understand these defaults.
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
138
SIA code: Group 2
4/2 alarm code
Seg#1-2-3:
4/2 restore
Seg#1-2:
Characteristic select
SIA code: Group 3
4/2 alarm code
Seg#1-2-3:
4/2 restore
Seg#1-2:
characteristic select
SIA code: Group 4
4/2 alarm code
Seg#1-2-3:
4/2 restore
Seg#1-2:
Characteristic select
SIA code: Group 5
4/2 alarm code
Seg#1-2-3:
4/2 restore
Seg#1-2:
Characteristic select
SIA code: Group 6
4/2 alarm code
Seg#1-2-3:
4/2 restore
Seg#1-2:
Characteristic select
SIA code: Group 7
4/2 alarm code
Seg#1-2-3:
4/2 restore
Seg#1-2:
Characteristic select
SIA code: Group 8
4/2 alarm code
Seg#1-2-3:
4/2 restore
Seg#1-2:
Characteristic select
SIA code: Group 9
4/2 alarm code
Seg#1-2-3:
4/2 Restore
Seg#1-2:
Characteristic select
SIA code: Group 10
4/2 alarm code
Seg#1-2-3:
4/2 restore
Seg#1-2:
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0
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174
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177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
Characteristic select
SIA code: Group 11
4/2 alarm code
Seg#1-2-3:
4/2 restore
Seg#1-2:
Characteristic select
SIA code: Group 12
4/2 alarm code
Seg#1-2-3:
4/2 restore
Seg#1-2:
Characteristic select
SIA code: Group 13
4/2 alarm code
Seg#1-2-3:
4/2 restore
Seg#1-2:
Characteristic select
SIA code: Group 14
4/2 alarm code
Seg#1-2-3:
4/2 restore
Seg#1-2:
Characteristic select
SIA code: Group 15
4/2 alarm code
Seg#1-2-3:
4/2 restore
Seg#1-2:
Characteristic select
SIA code: Group 16
4/2 alarm code
Seg#1-2-3:
4/2 restore
Seg#1-2:
Characteristic select
SIA code: Group 17
4/2 alarm code
Seg#1-2-3:
194
Characteristic select
195
SIA code: Group 18
196
4/2 alarm code
Seg#1-2-3:
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
4/2 restore
Seg#1-2:
198
Characteristic select
199
SIA code: Grouup 19
200
4/2 alarm code
Seg#1-2-3:
201
0-0
4/2 restore
Seg#1-2:
197
0-0-0
0-0
0-0-0
4/2 restore
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Seg#1-2:
0-0
202
Characteristic select
203
SIA Code: Group 20
204
4/2 alarm code
0-0-0
Seg#1-2-3:
4/2 restore
0-0
Seg#1-2:
Characteristic select
Serial port enable
0 = Serial STU
1 = Home automation protocol enabled (CS586)
2 = Serial printer
Serial port baud rate
0= 2400 (2.4K)
1=4800 (4.8K)
2=9600 (9.6k)
3=19200 (19.2K)
4=38400 (38.4K)
5-7=Reserved
Home automation protocol
LED off = binary
LED on = ASCII
Transition based broadcasts
Seg#2
Seg#1
1 = System status message
1 = Reserved
2 = X-10 message received
2 = Interface configuration
3 = Log event message
3-4 = reserved
4 = Keypad message received
5 = zone status
5-8 = Reserved
6 = zone snapshot
7 = Partition status
8 = Partitions snapshot message
CS586 Command/request enable
Seg#2
Seg#1
1 = System status request
1 = Reserved
2 = X-10 message message
2 = Interface configuration request
3 = Log event request
3 = Reserved
4 = Send keypad text message
4 = Zone name request
5 = Keypad terminal mode req
5 = Zone status request
5-8 = Reserved
6 = Zone snapshot request
7 = Partition status request
8 = Partitions snapshot request
Seg#4
Seg#3
1-2 = reserved
1 = Program data request
3 = Store communication event command
2 = Program data command
4 = Set clock/calendar command
3 = User info request with PIN
5 = Primary keypad function with PIN
4 = User info request without PIN
6 = Primary keypad function w/o PIN
5 = Set user code command with PIN
6 = Set user code command w/o PIN
7 = Secondary keypad function
7 = Set user authoriz comm with PIN
8 = Zone bypass toggle
8 = Set user authoriz comm w/o PIN
LCD keypad address for CS586: See Appendix 3 for more information.
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
140
Zones 49-56, zone types
1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Zones 49-56, partition selection (Segment 1=zone 49 to segment 8=zone 56)
Segments
Part#1 Part#2 Part#3 Part#4 Part#5 Part#6 Part#7
Seg#1 (49)
1
Seg#2 (50)
1
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Seg#4 (52)
Seg#5 (53)
Seg#6 (54)
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216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
1
1
1
1
Seg#7 (55)
1
Seg#8 (56)
1
Zones 57-64, zone types
1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Zones 57-64, partition selection (Segment 1=zone 57 to segment 8=zone 64)
Segments
Part#1 Part#2 Part#3 Part#4 Part#5
Seg#1 (57)
1
Seg#2 (58)
1
Seg#3 (59)
1
Seg#4 (60)
1
Seg#5 (61)
1
Seg#6 (62)
1
Seg#7 (63)
1
Seg#8 (64)
1
Zones 65-72, zone types
1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Zones 65-72, partition selection (Segment 1=zone 65 to segment 8=zone 72)
Segments
Part#1 Part#2 Part#3 Part#4 Part#5
Seg#1 (65)
1
Seg#2 (66)
1
Seg#3 (67)
1
Seg#4 (68)
1
Seg#5 (69)
1
Seg#6 (70)
1
Seg#7 (71)
1
Seg#8 (72)
1
Zones 73-80, zone types
1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Zones 73-80, partition selection (Segment 1=zone 73 to segment 8=zone 80)
Segments
Part#1 Part#2 Part#3 Part#4 Part#5
Seg#1 (73)
1
Seg#2 (74)
1
Seg#3 (75)
1
Seg#4 (76)
1
Seg#5 (77)
1
Seg#6 (78)
1
Seg#7 (79)
1
Seg#8 (80)
1
Zones 81-88, zone types
5-4-1-1-1-1-1-1
Zones 81-88, partition selection (Segment 1=zone 81 to segment 8=zone 88)
Segments
Part#1 Part#2 Part#3 Part#4 Part#5
Seg#1 (81)
1
Seg#2 (82)
1
Seg#3 (83)
1
Seg#4 (84)
1
Seg#5 (85)
1
Seg#6 (86)
1
Seg#7 (87)
1
Seg#8 (88)
1
Zones 89-96, zone types
1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Zones 89-96, partition selection (Segment 1=zone 89 to segment 8=zone 96)
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Part#7
Part#8
Part#6
Part#7
Part#8
Part#6
Part#7
Part#8
Part#6
Part#7
Part#8
141
225
226
227
228
239
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
142
Segments
Part#1 Part#2 Part#3 Part#4 Part#5
Seg#1 (89)
1
Seg#2 (90)
1
Seg#3 (91)
1
Seg#4 (92)
1
Seg#5 (93)
1
Seg#6 (94)
1
Seg#7 (95)
1
Seg#8 (96)
1
Partition 5, Account code
10-10-10-10-10-10
Partition 6, Account code
10-10-10-10-10-10
Partition 7, Account code
10-10-10-10-10-10
Partition 8, Account code
10-10-10-10-10-10
Zones 97-104, zone types
1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Zones 97-104, partition selection (Segment 1=zone 97 to segment 8=zone 104)
Segments
Part#1 Part#2 Part#3 Part#4 Part#5
Seg#1 (97)
1
Seg#2 (98)
1
Seg#3 (99)
1
Seg#4 (100)
1
Seg#5 (101)
1
Seg#6 (102)
1
Seg#7 (103)
1
Seg#8 (104)
1
Zones 105-112, zone types
1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Zones 105-112, partition selection (Segment 1=zone 105 to segment 8=zone 112)
Segments
Part#1 Part#2 Part#3 Part#4 Part#5
Seg#1 (105)
1
Seg#2 (106)
1
Seg#3 (107)
1
Seg#4 (108)
1
Seg#5 (109)
1
Seg#6 (110)
1
Seg#7 (111)
1
Seg#8 (112)
1
Zones 113-120, zone types
1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Zones 113-120, partition selection (Segment 1=zone 113 to segment 8=zone 120)
Segments
Part#1 Part#2 Part#3 Part#4 Part#5
Seg#1 (113)
1
Seg#2 (114)
1
Seg#3 (115)
1
Seg#4 (116)
1
Seg#5 (117)
1
Seg#6 (118)
1
Seg#7 (119)
1
Seg#8 (120)
1
Zones 121-128, zone types
1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Zones 121-128, partition selection (Segment 1=zone 121 to segment 8=zone 128)
Segments
Part#1 Part#2 Part#3 Part#4 Part#5
Seg#1 (121)
1
Seg#2 (122)
1
Seg#3 (123)
1
Part#6
Part#7
Part#8
Part#6
Part#7
Part#8
Part#6
Part#7
Part#8
Part#6
Part#7
Part#8
Part#6
Part#7
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Seg#5 (125)
Seg#6 (126)
Seg#7 (127)
Seg#8 (128)
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238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
1
1
1
1
1
Zones 129-136, zone types
1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Zones 129-136, partition selection (Segment 1=zone 129 to segment 8=zone 136)
Segments
Part#1 Part#2 Part#3 Part#4 Part#5 Part#6
Seg#1 (129)
1
Seg#2 (130)
1
Seg#3 (131)
1
Seg#4 (132)
1
Seg#5 (133)
1
Seg#6 (134)
1
Seg#7 (135)
1
Seg#8 (136)
1
Zones 137-144, zone types
1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Zones 137-144, partition selection (Segment 1=zone 137 to segment 8=zone 144)
Segments
Part#1 Part#2 Part#3 Part#4 Part#5 Part#6
Seg#1 (137)
1
Seg#2 (138)
1
Seg#3 (139)
1
Seg#4 (140)
1
Seg#5 (141)
1
Seg#6 (142)
1
Seg#7 (143)
1
Seg#8 (144)
1
Zones 145-152, zone types
1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Zones 145-152, partition selection (Segment 1=zone 145 to segment 8=zone 152)
Segments
Part#1 Part#2 Part#3 Part#4 Part#5 Part#6
Seg#1 (145)
1
Seg#2 (146)
1
Seg#3 (147)
1
Seg#4 (148)
1
Seg#5 (149)
1
Seg#6 (150)
1
Seg#7 (151)
1
Seg#8 (152)
1
Zones 153-160, zone types
1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Zones 153-160, partition selection (Segment 1=zone 145 to segment 8=zone 152)
Segments
Part#1 Part#2 Part#3 Part#4 Part#5 Part#6
Seg#1 (145)
1
Seg#2 (146)
1
Seg#3 (147)
1
Seg#4 (148)
1
Seg#5 (149)
1
Seg#6 (150)
1
Seg#7 (151)
1
Seg#8 (152)
1
Zones 161-168, zone types
1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Zones 161-168, partition selection (Segment 1=zone 161 to segment 8=zone 168)
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Part#7
Part#8
Part#7
Part#8
Part#7
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Seg#1 (161)
Seg#2 (162)
Seg#3 (163)
Seg#4 (164)
Seg#5 (165)
Seg#6 (166)
Seg#7 (167)
Seg#8 (168)
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Part#1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Part#2
Part#3
Part#4
Part#5
Part#6
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23 APPENDIX 1: REPORTING FIXED CODES IN
CONTACT ID AND SIA
This table lists the event codes sent for the following reports (if enabled) when using
Contact ID or SIA formats.
Report
Contact ID
SIA
Report
Contact ID
SIA
Low battery restore
(device number)
309
YR
Mains fail (device
number)
301
AT
Mains restore (device
number)
301
AR
Box tamper (device
number)
137
TA
Box tamper restore
(device number)
137
TR
Keypad tamper
137
TA
Keypad panic(audible)
120
PA
Manual test
601
RX
Autotest
602
RP
Open(user number)
401
OP
Close (user number)
401
CL
Cancel (user number)
406
OC
Download complete
412
RS
Start program
627
LB
End program
628
LX
Recent close (user
number)
401
CR
Exit error (user number)
457
EE
Keypad panic (silent)
121
HA
Event log full
605
JL
Duress
121
HA
Fail to communicate
354
RT
Keypad auxiliary 1
110
FA
Expander trouble (device
number)
333
ET
Keypad auxiliary 2
100
MA
*T
333
ER
RF sensor lost (zone
number)
381
Expander restore (device
number)
*R
351
LT
RF sensor restore (zone
number)
381
Telephone fault
Telephone restore
351
LR
Sensor low battery (zone
number)
384
XT
Siren tamper (device
number)
321
YA
Sensor battery restore
(zone number)
384
XR
Siren restore (device
number)
321
Zone trouble (zone
number)
380
*T
Aux power over current
(device number)
312
Zone trouble restore
(zone number)
380
*R
Aux power restore
(device number)
312
Zone tamper (zone
number)
137
TA
Low battery(device
number)
309
Zone tamper restore
(zone number)
137
TR
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YP
YQ
YT
145
Report
Contact ID
SIA
Zone bypass (zone
number)
570
*B
Bypass restore (zone
number)
570
*U
Near Alarm (A/B Alarm)
138
Early open/late close
Report
Contact ID
SIA
Zone activity restore
391
NS
Fail to close
454
CI
RF jamming
344
XQ
BM
RF jamming restore
344
XH
451
OK
Smoke detector clean me
393
YX
Partial close
456
CF
Smoke detector clean me
restore
393
YZ
Zone activity fault
391
NA
The number in parentheses following the event is the number that is reported as the zone
number. If there are no parentheses, the zone is 0. See Appendix 2 for a list of device
numbers.
"
146
* The character transmitted in this slot is the first character from the event code of the
zone that is bypassed or in trouble. See Location 127 to Location 206, starting on page
80, for more information.
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24 APPENDIX 2: REPORTING ZONE CODES IN
CONTACT ID AND SIA
The CSx75 can report SIA level 1 transmissions to either one or both phone numbers.
Each report in SIA consists of an event code and a zone or user ID. The zone ID is the
zone number that is in alarm. The event code comes from the table below and is
programmed in the zone type event code.
The CSx75 has the ability to report Ademco Contact ID transmissions. Each report in
Contact ID consists of an event code and a zone ID. The zone ID is the zone that created
the alarm. The event code comes from the table below and is programmed in the zone
type event code.
SIA
Contact ID
Programmed
Event Code
SIA
Code
Description
Contact ID
Code
Description
0
HA
Holdup Alarm
122
Silent Panic
1
FA
Fire Alarm
110
Fire Alarm
2
PA
Panic alarm
120
Panic alarm
3
BA
Burglary Alarm
130
Burglary Alarm
4
BA
Burglary Alarm
131
Perimeter Alarm
5
BA
Burglary Alarm
132
Interior Alarm
6
UA
Untyped Alarm
133
24-hour Burglary
7
BA
Burglary Alarm
134
Entry Alarm
8
BA
Burglary Alarm
135
Day/Night Alarm
9
UA
Untyped Alarm
150
Non Burglary 24-hour
10
HA
Holdup Alarm
121
Duress Alarm
11
MA
Medical Alarm
100
Medical Alarm
12
PA
Panic alarm
123
Audible Panic Alarm
13
TA
Tamper Alarm
137
Tamper Alarm
14
RP
Periodic Test
602
Periodic Test
15
GA
Gas Alarm
151
Gas Detected
16
KA
Heat Alarm
158
High Temp
17
WA
Water Alarm
154
Water Leakage
18
QA
Emergency Alarm
140
General Alarm
19
SA
Reserved
140
General Alarm
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SIA
20
148
ZA
Contact ID
Freeze Alarm
159
Low Temp
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25 APPENDIX 3: OVERVIEW OF MODULE NUMBERS
Every keypad, expansion module and wireless receiver module has a module number.
The following tables list the different module numbers.
Device
Device # reported
Control panel
0
CS534 Two-way Listen-In
64
25.1 Keypads
Keypad
Part1
Part2
Part3
Part4
Part5
Part6
Part7
Part8
1
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
2
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
3
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
4
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
5
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
6
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
7
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
8
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
25.2 Hardware expander CS216
Expander #
reported
Starting zone number
Starting zone number
Expander #
reported
Zone 41 (Switch 1 & 3 on)
19
Zone 105 (Switch 1, 3 & 4 on)
101
Zone 49 (Switch 2 & 3 on)
20
Zone 113 (Switch 2, 3 & 4 on)
102
Zone 57 (Switch 1, 2 & 3 on)
21
Zone 121 (Switch 1, 2, 3 & 4 on)
103
Zone 65 (Switch 4 on)
96
Zone 129 (Switch 5 on)
104
Zone 73 (Switch 1 & 4 on)
97
Zone 137 (Switch 1 & 5 on)
105
Zone 81 (Switch 2 & 4 on)
98
Zone 145 (Switch 2 & 5 on)
106
Zone 89 (Switch 1, 2 & 4 on)
99
Zone 153 (Switch 1, 2 & 5 on)
107
Zone 97 (Switch 3 & 4 on)
100
Zone 161 (Switch 3 & 5 on)
108
25.3 Output module CS507
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Address & DIP switch setting
24 (Switch 1 & 2 on)
28 (Switch 1, 2 & 3 on)
25 (Switch 3 on)
29 (All switches off)
26 (Switch 1 & 3 on)
30 (Switch 1 on)
27 (Switch 2 & 3 on)
31 (Switch 2 on)
25.4 Wireless receiver (RX8w8 and RX16w8)
Switch Setting
Expander # reported
All switches off
35
Switch 1 on
36
Switch 2 on
37
Switches 1 & 2 on
38
Switch 3 on
39
Switches 1 & 3 on
32
Switches 2 & 3 on
33
Switch 1, 2 & 3 on
34
25.5 Wireless receiver (RX8I4)
Switch Setting
Expander # reported
All switches off
35
Switch 1 on
36
Switch 2 on
37
Switches 1 & 2 on
38
Switch 3 on
39
Switches 1 & 3 on
32
Switches 2 & 3 on
33
Switch 1, 2 & 3 on
34
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Message
Explanation
Control Over-current
A short circuit of a control panel’s power supply has
occurred.
Control Siren Trouble
Open circuit has occurred on the bell or siren circuit.
Control Box Tamper
(Optional) The box tamper circuit has activated.
Control Phone Trouble
A phone line connected to the control is not operating
properly.
Control Fail to comm.
The control tried to send a message to the central station,
but failed.
Control Ground Fault
A short to ground has been detected on a control circuit.
Control Loss of Time
The system has lost total power and needs the clock reset.
Control Power Trouble
The mains power to the system is not on.
Control Low Battery
The standby battery is low.
Expansion Over-current
A short circuit of an expansion device’s power supply has
occurred.
Expansion Aux. Comm. Fail
An auxiliary reporting device has failed to communicate.
Expansion Power Trouble
The mains power to an expansion power supply is not on.
Expansion Low Battery
An expansion power supply has a low battery
Expansion Box Tamper
A box containing an expansion device has been opened.
Expansion Trouble
An expansion device or keypad is not reporting to the
control panel.
Expansion Siren Trouble
Open circuit has occurred on the bell or siren circuit of the
expander.
Zone Tamper, Press
A zone is tampered. Press
Zone Low Batt, Press
A wireless device has a low battery. Press
zone.
Zone Lost, Press
A wireless zone device is not reporting to the control. Press
to identify the zone.
Zone Trouble, Press
A zone has some form of trouble (probably wiring). Press
to identify the zone.
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24-hour zone
This zone remains armed the whole time unless inhibited by forced arming. It
reports as a normal burglary zone when armed.
“A” and “B” Alarm
Reporting
If a zone is defined as an A zone, an alarm is reported if a zone is activated.
If a zone is defined as a B zone, a second activation must take place within a
pre-set time. Fire and medical and personal attack zones are always treated
as A zones.
See Location 52 on page 71 and Location 127 to Location 206, starting on
page 80, for more information.
Abort
If enabled, the CSx75 waits the number of seconds programmed in location
52 prior to sending an alarm. To cancel the report, type in a code. Dialer Delay
must be enabled in the Characteristic Select of locations 127 - 206.
See Location 52 on page 71 and Location 127 to Location 206, starting on
page 80, for more information.
Mains Fail / Low Battery
Report/Warning
The CSx75 can be programmed to report mains failure and/or low battery
conditions to the central station. It can also be programmed to sound the
keypad immediately upon detection of the condition. The mains failure
report/warning can be delayed.
See Location 51 on page 70 and Location 52 on page 71 for more information.
Mains Power / Low
Battery Sounder Alert-
If enabled, the CSx75 beeps the keypad sounder upon arming or disarming if
the mains power is missing or a low battery has been detected.
See Location 34 on page 65 for more information)
Access zone
This is similar to a burglary zone except that activations on these zones are
ignored during entry and exit times.
Account code
The code by which the ARC/central station identifies and charges the user.
ARC (alarm report
centre)
This is the place contacted via telephone when an alarm takes place. It is also
known as a control station or a central station.
Arm / Disarm Codes
The CSx75 can have four-digit codes or six-digit codes to arm/disarm the
control. All codes must have the same number of digits. The factory default for
User #1 is 1122 when using a four-digit code, or 112256 for a six-digit code.
This code can then be used to enter the new arm/disarm codes.
See Location 53 on page 71 for more information.
Armed
The security system is on.
Autotest
This feature causes the panel to call the central station to report a
communicator test at a specified interval.
See Location 63 and Location 64 on page 75 for more information.
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Automatic arming
If programmed, the CSx75 auto arms at a specified time. At this time, the
keypad beeps for 50 seconds before the panel arms. The arming process is
stopped if a code is entered on the keypad. The CSx75 then attempts to arm
after every 45 minutes of inactivity until the next opening time (location 52), or
until the system is armed. The 45-minute timer is extended when there is
activity in the building causing the Ready LED to turn off and on. If closing
reports are sent, the user code is 97.
See Location 34 on page 65 and Location 52 to Location 55, starting on page
71, for more information.
Automatic bypass
If enabled, the control panel can automatically bypass interior follower zones if
an exit is not detected during the exit delay time. Entry delay zones can also
be made instant.
See Location 34 on page 65 for more information.
Auxiliary outputs
The CSx75 has four programmable outputs that can be used to activate
relays, LEDs, etc.
See Location 57 to Location 62, starting on page 73, for more information.
Auxiliary power
overcurrent
This indicates that too much current is drawn from any device powered by the
system. This condition can be reported to the central station.
See Location 51 on page 70 for more information.
Binary coded decimal
A method of calculating and displaying numbers.
Box tamper
The CSx75 has an input for a normally closed tamper switch. The box tamper
can be programmed to report and/or sound the siren and/or the keypad.
These terminals can be enabled or disabled in programming.
See Location 49 to Location 51, starting on page 69, for more information.
Built-in siren driver
The CSx75 has a built-in 112db siren driver. When desired, this built-in driver
can be easily converted to a 1-amp voltage output through programming. The
siren can be 15 or 30 Watt maximum, with an impedance of 4, 8 or 16 ohms.
See Location 50 on page 69 for more information.
Burglary zone type
This is armed when the system is armed. A forced arm can exclude it.
Buzzer
A local low volume vibrating audio output located in the keypad.
Bypass toggle
This feature lets the end user turn on and off the bypass of an interior zone
with the system armed by pressing the Bypass key.
See Location 34 on page 65 for more information.
Bypassed zones
Zones that are left open when the rest of the system is armed. They can be
entered without triggering an alarm.
Call back
If enabled, the control uses the call back phone number to call the download
computer before beginning a download.
See Location 32 on page 64 for more information.
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Cancel
If enabled, the CSx75 sends a cancel report if when the system is disarmed.
Dialler Delay must be enabled in the Characteristic Select in locations 127 to
206.
See Location 34 on page 65 for more information.
Chime
An audible signal that a door has been opened.
Code
A series of four to six numbers that allow access to the system.
Code Required Options
The CSx75 can be programmed to require a code for bypassing zones and/or
initiating a download using the -9-8 or -9-9 function.
See Location 34 on page 65 and Location 53 on page 71 for more information.
Communication formats
The CSx75 can report in multiple formats. It is recommended that you use
Contact ID or SIA formats if possible. If you wish to report to a pager or in a
4+2 format to a central station, you must program each code to be reported.
See Location 69 to Location 121, starting on page 77, and Location 127 to
Location 206, starting on page 80, for more information.
Configuration
The arrangement of the hardware and software of the security system set up
for a particular installation.
Delayed restore
The CSx75 can be programmed to send alarm and restore reports as soon as
they occur, or wait until the siren time has expired.
See Location 51 on page 70 for more information.
Disarmed
The security system is off.
Display
The window on the keypad.
Double knock
A zone which generates an alarm only when it is opened twice within a
programmed time frame.
Double open
The length of time the double knock zone remains open after the first event. If
a second event is generated within the set time, an alarm is generated.
Duress code
If a duress code is programmed, the CSx75 sends a duress signal whenever
the panel is armed or disarmed with this code. If open/close reports are sent,
the user code is 254.
See Location 56 on page 72 for more information.
Dynamic battery test
The CSx75 can be programmed to perform a dynamic battery test for a
selected duration the first time the panel is armed or disarmed every day, as
well as by pressing 40 Test Function. If the panel is not armed or disarmed
during the day, it performs the test at midnight. The CSx75 can also be
programmed to perform a missing battery test every 12 seconds.
See Location 51 on page 70 and Location 52 on page 71 for more information.
EN50131
European security standard. It involves a set of rules which limits the amount of
access the installer has to a user's security system.
Entry route
The route taken to enter and reach the control unit to disarm the system.
Entry time
Time within which the user must disarm the system before a full alarm occurs.
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Entry-guard
A unique low level arming mode that reduces the most common source of
false alarms. When armed, the opening of any zones designated as entryguard zone activates the keypad sounder and starts the entry delay before
creating an alarm. All other zones function as normal. This arming mode
encourages system owners to use their system more frequently when the
premises are occupied.
See Location 127 to Location 206, starting on page 80, for more information.
Event log
A list of events that have occurred in the security system. They are held in a
sequential event buffer with a time and date stamp. Up to 100 events are kept
in the rolling log. The log is never full, but overwrites the oldest entries with
new data.
Exit error
If enabled, the CSx75 sends an exit error report if an entry/exit zone is faulted
at the instant the exit delay expires. This report is sent along with the user
number that armed the system, if the panel is not disarmed before the entry
delay expires. Even if this feature is not enabled, the siren sounds if any
entry/exit zone is faulted at the instant the exit delay expires.
See Location 34 on page 65 for more information.
Exit route
The route taken to leave the secured area after arming.
Exit terminator
This allows the user to program the control unit to arm as soon as it detects
that the door used to exit the premises has closed.
Exit time
Time allowed when exiting the building after turning on the security system
before an alarm is reported.
Expander trouble
The CSx75 reports expander trouble to the central station if enabled. The
keypads are considered expanders.
See Location 49 to Location 51, starting on page 69, for more information.
Fail to Communicate
The system has failed to communicate with the central station. If enabled, a
Fail to Communicate code is reported when the next report is successfully
communicated.
See Location 51 on page 70 for more information.
Final door set
This allows the user to program the control unit to arm as soon as it detects
that the door used to exit the premises has closed.
Fire alarm verification
When enabled, the CSx75 verifies a fire alarm by requiring more than one trip
on a smoke detector within a specified time before creating an alarm.
See Location 52 on page 71 for more information.
First to open/Last to
close
In a multipartitioned system, the first area opened is reported to the central
station and a log is kept recording when the other areas are opened. When
closing the areas, a log is kept of all the areas as they are closed and only
when the last open area is closed and a report is sent to the central station. In
a single partitioned system, a report is sent when the system is opened and
closed.
See Location 34, Segment 3 on page 65 for more information. Use location 51
with multi-area system with only one account.
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Force arming
Arms the security system when a number of zones are open without inhibiting
each one individually. When enabled, the CSx75 can be force armed with
zones violated. Under this condition, if a force armable zone is not secure, the
Ready LED flashes. At the end of the exit delay, these zones are bypassed. If
these zones are secured any time during the arming cycle, they are
unbypassed and active in the system. If Bypass Report is enabled, the force
arming zones can be programmed to report bypass when they are force
armed (default), or to not report bypass even if Bypass Report is enabled.
See Location 51 on page 70 and Location 127 to Location 206, starting on
page 80, for more information.)
Group bypass
A designated group of zones can be programmed to bypass by pressing
Bypass-0-Bypass-Bypass prior to arming.
See Location 127 to Location 206, starting on page 80, for more information.
Inhibited zones
Zones that are left open when the rest of the system is armed. They can be
entered without triggering an alarm.
Internal event Log
A list of events that have occurred in the security system. They are held in a
sequential event buffer with a time and date stamp. Up to 256 events are kept
in the rolling log. The log is never full, but overwrites the oldest entries with
new data. These events can later be viewed through downloading. All
reportable events report to the log.
Keypad activated panics
The CSx75 has three keypad activated panics that send reports to the central
station: Auxiliary 1, Auxiliary 2 and Keypad Panic. Auxiliary 1 activates the
steady siren, Auxiliary 2 sounds the keypad and Keypad Panic can be
programmed to be silent or audible (sound siren).
See Location 34 on page 65 for more information.
Keypad sounder control
The CSx75 can be programmed to sound the keypad sounder for certain
events.
See Location 49 on page 69 for more information.
Keypad tamper
If enabled, the CSx75 disables the keypad for 60 seconds and sends a tamper
signal to the central station if 30 keypresses are entered without producing a
valid code.
See Location 34 on page 65 for more information.
Keyswitch
A mechanical device that can turn the system on or off without a code.
The keyswitch is normally placed outside the protected premises to effect
arming and disarming. A keyswitch must be a single pole (two-state) switch,
which is connected to a zone. It can be pulsed or normally closed.
Keyswitch arm/disarm
Any zone on the CSx75 can be programmed as a keyswitch zone. If this is
done, a momentary short on this zone arms/disarms the control. If
opening/closing reports are sent, the user code is 99.
See Location 36 on page 67 for more information.
Keyswitch zone type
A keyswitch zone is used to arm and disarm the control unit.
Keyswitch activation immediately arms the control unit if the control unit is
disarmed. No exit time is allowed.
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LED extinguish
This feature extinguishes all LEDs on the keypad, except the Power LED,
after 60 seconds without a keypress. Pressing any numeric key lights all
LEDs.
See Location 34 on page 65 for more information.
LED Lockout
This feature causes the LED Extinguish feature to require a code to illuminate
the LEDs.
Local programming
lockout
This feature disables programming of all locations or specified locations from
the keypad.
See Location 32 on page 64 for more information.
Manual test
The CSx75 can be programmed to perform a bell and/or communicator test
when 4 is pressed while the system is in the disarmed state.
See Location 51 on page 70 for more information.
On-board zone disable
The eight zones on the CSx75 panel can be disabled in order to have a
completely wireless alarm system.
See Location 51 on page 70 for more information.
Open zone
A zone that is not secure such as a protected door or window which has been
left open.
Partitions
The CSx75 can be partitioned into a maximum of eight separate systems with
distinct reporting codes, user codes and operating features for each system.
See Location 36 to Location 43, starting on page 67, for more information.
Program code
The factory default for the Go to program code is 1278 when using a four-digit
code or, if the six-digit location is used, the default is 127800. The Go to
program code can also be used as an arm/disarm code. If used as an
arm/disarm code and open/close reports are sent, the user code is 255.
See Location 55 on page 72 for more information.
Quick arm feature
The CSx75 has a one button quick arm feature which can be used to arm the
system by pressing the Exit key or the Stay key on the keypad. If closing
reports are sent, the user code is 98.
See Location 34 on page 65 for more information.
Recent closing
If enabled, the CSx75 sends a recent closing report to the central station if an
alarm occurs within five minutes after the panel is armed. The user number
that armed the system is also sent.
See Location 34 on page 65 for more information.
Re-exit
The CSx75 has the ability to restart the exit delay for a quick exit without
disarming the system by pressing the Exit key while the system is armed.
See Location 34 on page 65 for more information.
Shutdown
This mode causes the keypads to turn off all LEDs (except the Power LED)
and not accept keypresses.
See Location 32 on page 64 for more information.
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Silent exit option
The exit delay can be silenced by pressing -Exit before arming the control
panel or when using the re-exit feature. The exit delay can also be silenced
permanently in all partitions.
See Location 51 on page 70 for more information.
Siren blast for arming
The CSx75 can be programmed to give a one-second siren blast when the
panel is armed, at the end of the exit delay or when the central station receiver
acknowledges the closing report. It can also give one blast for remote
(keyswitch) arming and two blasts for remote disarming.
See Location 50 on page 69 for more information.
Siren supervision
The CSx75 has a siren supervision circuit that constantly monitors the siren
on the CSx75 and can be programmed to report if the wires are cut.
See Location 51 on page 70 for more information.
Split / multiple reports
The CSx75 can send communication reports to six different phone numbers
for split or multiple reports selectable by event.
See Locations 5, 9, 13, 17, 21 and 25, starting on page 62, for more
information.
Start/end programming
and end downloading
A report can be sent when local programming is started and ended. A report
can also be sent when a download session ends.
See Location 51 on page 70 for more information.
Swinger shutdown
This feature allows a zone or zones to be automatically bypassed after a
specified number of alarms. If Delay Zone Restore is not enabled in location
51, the alarms (and restores, if enabled) are sent as they occur. If Delay Zone
Restore is enabled, a second or subsequent alarm is not sent until the siren
times out.
See Location 48 on page 68 for more information.
Tamper
If the security system is interfered with, a tamper is recorded. Generally the
system has to be reset by the installer.
Telephone line monitor
The CSx75 has a telephone line monitor that monitors the voltage and current
of the telephone line for a detection of a faulted phone line.
See Location 49 on page 69 and Location 51 on page 70 for more information.
Temporal siren disable
If disabled, the fire siren is steady and Fire Voltage Out is the same as
Burglary (continuous). Otherwise, the fire siren is temporal.
See Location 51 on page 70 for more information.
Tone sniff answering
machine defeat
If enabled, only one call is required to defeat the answering machine. From
the computer, call the panel as normal. When the answering machine
answers, the panel hears the tones from the modem and seizes the phone
line for a download.
See Location 32 on page 64 for more information.
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Two-call answering
machine defeat
If enabled, two telephone calls must be made to the premises to defeat an
answering machine. On the first call, let the phone ring one or two times. The
control panel detects these rings and starts a 45-second timer, during which
the control panel answers the next call on the first ring. This is not
recommended for commercial applications.
See Location 32 on page 64 for more information.
Walktest mode
This is used to verify that all zone inputs operate correctly. Each zone is
triggered and the internal sounder rings.
All activations and restorations of zone inputs during a walktest are logged.
If enabled, entering Chime followed by a user code allows a walk-through
zone test where all zones become silent and local (non-reporting). The
number of the faulted zone(s) is displayed on the LCD keypad. It is also
entered into alarm memory and the internal log. To exit at any time during this
mode, enter a user code. Otherwise the walktest mode automatically exits
after 15 minutes.
See Location 53 on page 71 for more information.
Wireless sensor
missing/Low battery
The CSx75 sends a report to the central station when a wireless sensor has
detected a low battery or has not reported to the receiver.
See Location 51 on page 70 for more information.
Zone
An area guarded by a group of one or more detection devices.
Zone activity monitor
This feature sends a report to the central station when a particular zone does
not change conditions within the specified number of days programmed.
See Location 52 on page 71 and Location 127 to Location 206, starting on
page 80, for more information.
Zone bypassed sounder
alert-
If this feature is enabled, the CSx75 beeps the keypad sounder upon arming if
a zone is bypassed.
See Location 34 on page 65 for more information.
Zone types
(Configurations)
The CSx75 has 20 programmable zone types that determine how each zone
functions and reports.
See Location 36 on page 67 for more information.
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28 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Operating power Input
230 VAC ± 10% - 50 Hz ± 10%
Fuse 230 V
F315 mA, 20x5
Operating power output
16.5 VAC 25, 40, or 50 VA Transformer
Auxiliary power with 25 VA
13.8 VDC ± 5% Regulated, 0.5A max.
Auxiliary power with 40/50 VA
13.8 VDC ± 5% Regulated, 1A max.
Recommended battery
12 V, 10 Ah max.
Power consumption
91 mA
Loop resistance
Standard Loop
4K7 ohm, 2 %, 0.25 W
2-wire Smokes
560 ohm, 2 %, 0.25 W maximum
Built-in siren driver
2-tone (Temporal and Yelp)
Loop response
Selectable 50 msec or 500 msec
Operating temperature
0 to 49°C / Relative humidity max. 93%
Shipping weight
4.5 kg
CSx75 and Expander current draw data with EOL on the panel
Board
12.5 VDC
CSx75
60 mA
CSx75 w/ Dialer
105 mA
CS535
35 mA
CS534
72 mA
CS507
68 mA
CS216
64 mA
CS LCD (piezo off)
92 mA
CS LCD (piezo on)
103 mA
CS LED (piezo off)
78 mA
CS LED (piezo on)
90 mA
Standby
In Alarm
12 mA
62 mA
7 mA
36 mA
28.1 Keyswitch zones
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Single loop
Dual loop
4k7:
Short
Open:
9k4
4k7
Short or totally
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Disarmed
Armed
No reaction
Disarmed
Armed
Tamper
Impulse
Quiet
Change status
No reaction
Quiet
Change status
Tamper
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Command
Task
Master User
Code: 1122
User Code
Installer Code:
1278
No code
required
No code
required
No code
required
0
Set tone
1
Master mode
X
X
-
2
Service check
No code
required
No code
required
No code
required
3
Alarm memory
No code
required
No code
required
No code
required
40
Test
No code
required
No code
required
No code
required
41
Telephone #1
X (See Note 2)
-
-
42
Telephone #2
X (See Note 2)
-
-
43
Telephone #3
X (See Note 2)
-
-
44
Telephone #4
X (See Note 2)
-
-
45
Telephone #5
X (See Note 2)
-
-
46
Telephone #6
X (See Note 2)
-
-
47
Light control
No code
required
No code
required
No code
required
48
Light configuration
-
-
X
49
Change language
No code
required
No code
required
No code
required
5
Change user code
X
X (see Note 1)
-
6
Assign authority level
X
-
-
7
Detector reset
No code
required
No code
required
No code
required
8
Enter programming mode
-
-
X
Leave programming mode
-
-
-
90
Event log
X
-
X
91
Assign view/brightness LCD
X
-
-
92
Program custom messages
-
-
X
93
Set keypad options
-
-
X
94
Set keypad number and partition
-
-
X
95
Set time since last auto test
-
-
X
96
Set system date and time
X
-
-
97
Set system date and time
X
-
-
98
Call back for download
X
X
-
99
Seize phone line for download
X
X
-
Press
twice
"
1 Users can only change their own codes.
2 This can only be changed for Special build-your own protocol. See location 126 on
page 79 for more information.
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25 VA transformer............................................. 59
2-wire smoke detectors..................................... 59
4/2 alarm code .................................................. 66
4/2 restore code ................................................ 66
6-digit arm/disarming code................................ 60
Account code for partition ........................... 65, 70
Account code for phone .................................... 52
Alarm reporting
A and B type alarms .............................. 56, 129
ARC ................................................................ 129
Arm/disarm codes
4-digit and 6-digit codes ........................ 60, 129
go to program code ....................................... 60
Audible keypad panic........................................ 55
Automatic bypass...................................... 55, 129
Automoatic arming and closing time ................. 63
Automotatic test reporting only when system is
armed ............................................................ 59
Autority level
assigning ................................................. 36, 40
Autotest
setting elapsed increments since last autotest
............................................................. 35, 39
Autotest control ................................................. 63
Autotest report .................................................. 59
Autotest timing .......................................... 63, 129
Aux. power overcurrent report .......................... 59
Auxiliary output ......................................... 61, 129
Auxiliary output event selection .................. 61, 63
Battery presence test ........................................ 59
Box tamper........................................................ 58
Box tamper input............................................... 59
Box tamper report ............................................. 59
Brightness
adjusting LCD keypad ................................... 34
Built-in siren driver .................................... 58, 130
Bypass toggle ........................................... 56, 130
Call back
downloading .......................................... 55, 130
programming call back for download with LCD
keypad ....................................................... 37
programming for download with LED keypad 41
Cancel reporting........................................ 56, 130
Chime time........................................................ 59
Clock uses internal crystal ................................ 59
Closing time and automatic arming................... 63
Code required for bypassing............... 56, 60, 130
Communication formats ............................ 64, 130
Communicator code.......................................... 64
Communicator format override ......................... 66
Communicator format to transmit to receiver.... 53
Contact ID
reporting fixed codes ................................... 125
reporting zone codes................................... 126
Control unit
installing ........................................................ 12
locations ........................................................ 49
mounting........................................................ 12
Controller
loading factory defaults ................................. 45
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default..............................................................7
defining ..........................................................46
setting ............................................................52
CS175
features............................................................5
wiring diagram ...............................................16
CS216 hardware zone expander ......................89
setting DIP switches ......................................89
specifications .................................................91
wiring .............................................................90
CS2512 .......................................................12, 13
CS275
features............................................................5
wiring diagram ...............................................18
CS507 output expander board ........................100
programming output configuration...............102
programming partition..................................102
setting DIP switches ....................................101
wiring ...........................................................101
CS534 audio board ...........................................92
call back access code ...................................97
control levels .................................................95
features..........................................................92
line hold mode access digit ...........................97
line-hold or call back mode............................94
operation........................................................94
programming .................................................97
programming features ...................................97
specifications .................................................94
timing options ................................................98
tones..............................................................96
volume/ring control ........................................99
wiring .............................................................93
X-10 interface module ...................................99
CS575
features............................................................5
input and outputs ...............................17, 19, 21
wiring diagram ...............................................20
CS586 command/request enable......................68
CS586 module ................................................107
operating instructions ..................................108
programming ...............................................108
RS232 parameters ......................................108
specifications ...............................................108
wiring ...........................................................107
CS586 RS232 interface ..................................107
Custom messages
programming .................................................37
Data
programming .................................................43
programming feature selection data ..............43
programming numerical data.........................43
Date
setting system date..................................35, 39
Days of the week for autoarming in partition.....64
Days of the week partition is open ....................64
Default codes
country.............................................................7
Default codes
163
access ............................................................. 7
installer ............................................................ 7
master ............................................................. 7
Default programming ........................................ 45
Delay restore report .................................. 59, 130
Dial attempts
programming ................................................. 54
Dialler abort delay ............................................. 54
DIP switches
setting for output expander board ............... 101
setting for RX8i4-16i4.................................... 77
setting for RX8w8-16w8 ................................ 83
setting for zone expander.............................. 89
Double knock time ............................................ 59
Download access code ..................................... 54
Download call back number.............................. 55
Download control .............................................. 55
Download with LCD keypad
programming call back for download............. 37
programming phone line for download .......... 37
Download with LED keypad
programming call back for download............. 41
programming phone line for download .......... 41
Dual wiring zones.............................................. 26
Duress code.............................................. 60, 130
Dynamic battery test at arming ................. 59, 131
Dynamic battery test duration ........................... 59
End download report......................................... 59
Enrolling
devices .......................................................... 34
Entry / exit times ............................................... 56
Delay 1 and Delay 2 zone types.................... 56
Error messages............................................... 128
Events reported to phone.................................. 53
Exit error report ......................................... 56, 131
Expander trouble....................................... 58, 131
Expander trouble reporting ............................... 59
External siren time ............................................ 60
Factory defaults ................................................ 45
Fail to Communicate report....................... 59, 131
Feature selection data ...................................... 43
Fire alarm verification time........................ 59, 131
Fire detectors
wiring ............................................................. 30
Fire escape
planning......................................................... 31
First to open/last to close .................................. 59
Force default configuration for zone types 59, 132
Glossary.......................................................... 129
Go to program code .......................................... 60
Home automation protocol................................ 68
Inputs and outputs
CS175 ........................................................... 17
CS275 ........................................................... 19
CS575 ............................................... 17, 19, 21
Installing the control unit ................................... 12
Installing the system
default programming ..................................... 45
procedure ........................................................ 9
schematic ...................................................... 11
what you need ................................................. 8
wiring ............................................................... 8
Internal siren delay............................................ 59
164
Internal siren options.........................................58
Keypad auxiliary................................................55
Keypad multiple code attempt...........................55
Keypad sounder control ....................................58
Keypads
blocking due to too many incorrect codes .....42
description .....................................................22
features accessed or visible from keypad .....55
installation .....................................................23
mounting........................................................23
programming LCD keypad.............................34
wiring .............................................................24
LCD keypad address for CS586 See Appendix 3
LCD keypads
adjusting brightness ......................................34
changing keypad number ..............................34
changing partition ..........................................34
description .....................................................22
programming via the keypad .........................47
setting options ...............................................34
setting system options ...................................35
LED extinguish ..........................................56, 132
LED keypads
changing keypad number ..............................38
changing partition ..........................................38
description .....................................................22
programming .................................................38
programming via the keypad .........................46
setting options ...............................................39
setting starting zone ......................................39
setting system options ...................................39
Listen in time .....................................................54
Local programming lockout .......................55, 132
Location
deleting data changes in a location ...............47
dynamic battery test duration ........................59
exiting ......................................................46, 47
invalid entry ...................................................47
programming .................................................47
reviewing data in a location ...........................47
zones types ...................................................57
Locations
complete list ..................................................49
Log full report ....................................................59
Lost clock service LED......................................59
Low battery alert feature .................................129
Low battery reporting ................................59, 129
Low battery sounder alert..................................56
Main fail report ..........................................59, 129
Mains fail report delay .......................................59
Mains power alert feature..................................56
Manual bell test .........................................59, 132
Manual communicator test ................................59
Master code
resetting tamper memory...............................59
Messages
programming custom messages ...................37
service .........................................................128
Module numbers .............................................127
Module status conditions.............................77, 83
Modules
parts of the system ........................................43
selecting one to program ...............................45
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Number of rings to answer................................ 55
Numerical data.................................................. 43
On-board 8 zones ..................................... 59, 132
Opening and closing reports ............................. 56
Opening time..................................................... 63
Outputs
select partition ............................................... 61
timing activation............................................. 61
wiring ............................................................. 32
Partition
changing LCD keypad partition ..................... 34
changing LED keypad partition ..................... 38
Partition of zones ................ 57, 58, 69, 70, 71, 72
Partition of zones 1-8 ................................ 57, 133
Partition, feature and report selections ............. 55
Partitioned systems........................................... 73
Partitions
armed and ready status................................. 73
displays ......................................................... 73
events occur in which partitions .................... 61
LEDs.............................................................. 73
master mode ................................................. 73
multiple .......................................................... 73
operating areas ............................................. 74
silencing alarms............................................. 75
Phone line
programming phone line for download .......... 41
Phone line
download ....................................................... 37
Phone number to report events ........................ 52
Phone prefix...................................................... 52
Power up delay ................................................. 59
Program code ........................................... 60, 133
Programming
worksheets .................................................. 110
Programming mode
entering ......................................................... 45
exiting ...................................................... 46, 47
Quick arm.................................................. 55, 133
RD232 cable
wiring ............................................................. 48
Re-exit............................................................... 55
Report bypass on force alarm........................... 59
Reset tamper memory by master code............. 59
Restore code for 4+2 report for group1 ............ 66
Restore events at disarming ............................. 56
RF zones
setting up................................................. 76, 82
RS232 parameters.......................................... 108
RS232 up/download functionality.................... 107
RX8i4-16i4 modules
deleting transmitters ...................................... 81
learn in mode................................................. 78
module status conditions............................... 77
programming ........................................... 78, 80
received features........................................... 79
setting DIP switches ...................................... 77
setting up....................................................... 76
starting zone.................................................. 79
supervision timers ......................................... 80
testing............................................................ 81
wireless sensor characteristics ..................... 79
wiring ............................................................. 77
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RX8w8-16w8 modules
deleting transmitters ......................................87
learn in mode.................................................84
module status conditions ...............................83
programming ...........................................84, 86
received features ...........................................85
RSSI check zone...........................................86
RSSI result ....................................................86
setting DIP switches ......................................83
setting up .......................................................82
specifications .................................................84
starting zone ..................................................85
supervision timers .........................................85
testing ............................................................87
transmitter features........................................85
wiring .............................................................83
Sensor low battery report ..................................59
Sensor missing report .......................................59
Serial port baud rate..........................................68
Serial port enable ..............................................67
Service messages...........................................128
Setting system options ......................................42
SIA
reporting fixed codes ...................................125
reporting zone codes ...................................126
SIA code group 1 ..............................................66
Silent auto arm ..................................................56
Silent exit...........................................................56
Silent keypad panic ...........................................55
Single wiring zones ...........................................26
Siren blast .................................................58, 133
Siren supervision report ....................................59
Sounders
wiring with EOL protection.............................27
Special features ................................................60
Start/end programming report ...........................59
Starting zone
programming keypad.....................................39
Summer/winter time ..........................................59
Swinger shutdown count ...................................58
System clock
setting ............................................................40
System feature and reporting options ...............59
System timers ...................................................59
System timing functions ....................................59
Tamper alarms
blocking .........................................................42
memorising ....................................................42
Technical specifications ..................................135
Telephone line cut.............................................59
Telephone line cut delay ...................................59
Temporal siren on fire .......................................59
Time
setting system time........................................35
Transition based broadcasts .............................68
Transmitter settings.....................................78, 84
Two-call answering machine defeat..........55, 134
Up/download
programming with up/download ....................48
User codes
blocking keypad due to incorrect codes ........42
changing ........................................................36
setting ............................................................40
165
Walk test mode ......................................... 60, 134
Wireless transmitters
setting options and partitions................... 78, 84
testing...................................................... 81, 87
Wireless zone and arming ................................ 56
Wireless zone and tamper alarm ...................... 56
Wiring
CS216 harware zone expander..................... 90
CS507 output expander board .................... 101
CS534 audio board ....................................... 93
dual wiring zones........................................... 26
fire detectors.................................................. 30
keypads ......................................................... 24
outputs........................................................... 32
RS232 cable.................................................. 48
RX8i4-16i4 modules ...................................... 77
RX8w8-16w8 modules .................................. 83
166
single wiring zones ........................................26
sounders........................................................27
zones .............................................................26
Wiring the system................................................8
Zone activity monitor .........................................59
Zone bypass reporting ......................................56
Zone bypassed sounder alert....................56, 134
Zone expander ..................................................89
Zone restore......................................................56
Zone tamper......................................................56
Zone trouble ......................................................56
Zones
group 1 zone type characteristics..................66
wiring .............................................................26
Zones types...............................57, 58, 69, 70, 71
Zones types 1-8 ................................56, 132, 134
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