Section 11. AUDIO ALARM VERIFICATION (AAV) UNIT

Section 11.
AUDIO ALARM VERIFICATION (AAV) UNIT
This section provides the following information:
• General information about the AAV option
• AAV operation
• Connecting an Eagle AAV Module
• AAV programming requirements
General Information
An Audio Alarm Verification (AAV) module (also known as two-way voice), such
as the Eagle 1241, is an add-on accessory that permits voice dialog between an
operator at a central station and a person at the alarm installation, for the
purpose of alarm verification. This feature is supported only if alarm reports are
programmed to be sent to the primary phone number.
The AAV module connects from module terminals 7 & 8 to the control's zone 5
terminals 16 & 17. The purpose of this connection is to silence and restore the
sounders at the premises. It is also used to postpone non-critical dialer reports
while the AAV session is in progress. Note that zone 5 is then no longer
available as a protection zone. When using the AAV, zone 5 must be assigned a
zone response type (e.g. response type 10), and option 1*60 must be selected as
1 to silence sounders on the premises. If 1*60 is not enabled, conversation with
the premises will be difficult (too much noise on the premises).
AAV Module Operation
After all messages have been sent during a reporting session to the primary
phone number, the control will trigger the AAV if at least one of the messages
was an alarm report. If Contact ID format is selected for the primary phone
number, and the cancel report field *81 is programmed as non-zero, the control
will send a "listen-in to follow" message (event code 606), which signals the
685(rev. 4.6 or higher) to hold the phone connection for 1 minute.
Once triggering occurs, the control will give-up the phone line to the AAV module,
without breaking connection with the central station. During the time the AAV is
active, all sirens and all continuous keypad sounds in all partitions will be shut off
if field 1*60 is enabled. When the AAV indicates that the audio alarm verification
session is completed, all keypad sounds will be restored. Sirens will be restored if
the alarm timeout period has not expired.
As part of its fail-safe software, the control will limit all audio alarm verification
sessions to 15 minutes (this is because once the session begins, the AAV
module controls the duration). If a new fire alarm should occur during a session,
the control will break phone connection and send the new fire alarm report, then
re-trigger AAV mode. All other dialer messages triggered during on-going
conversation will be held until either the AAV module signals that it is inactive, or
the 15 minute timeout occurs.
One way to trigger the AAV module is by selecting option 3 in field 1*46 and
make connections as shown in the VOLTAGE TRIGGER diagram. Field 1*46
can be used to set ground start, remote console sounding, or long range radio
open/close trigger. If any one of these functions are absolutely necessary in a
given installation, the alternative AAV trigger method is via the use of a 4204
relay as shown in the RELAY TRIGGER diagram. If this method is selected, the
start and stop conditions for that relay must be set to choice 60 = "Audio Alarm
Verification" during relay programming, via #93 menu mode. Program only 1 method
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Some AAV modules allow remote triggering by ring detection at the alarm
installation. Please be advised that if this option is selected, it may defeat
modem download and 4286 VIP module remote access capability. The DIP
switch settings shown on the triggering diagrams disable remote AAV module
trigger option. The control also requires that the AAV module trigger type is
falling edge, which is set in DIP switch settings shown.
1. 685 Receiver software must be rev. 4.6 or higher. Earlier versions will not hold
the phone line connection.
2. Contact ID code for "listen-in to follow" is "606." Contact ID is the only
reporting format that will send a "listen-in-to-follow."
Audio Alarm Verification Module Connections
Connect the Audio Alarm Verification module's falling edge trigger input (terminal
5 on Eagle model 1241) to J7 connector trigger output,
or to a 4204 relay
module, as shown in the various diagrams in Figure 19.
If also using a VIP Module, be sure to follow the corresponding diagram
when making connections.
Programming Audio Alarm Verification Module Options
1. With at least one two-line alpha keypad wired and set to a proper address,
temporarily power up the system by plugging the AC transformer into a
120VAC outlet (previously wired to the control).
2.
Enter data field programming mode: [Installer Code] + 8 0 0.
Program the following data fields:
1*46
1*60
*81
*45
AUXILIARY OUTPUT ENABLE: Set for 3 (unless using 4204
relay module).
ZONE 5/AUDIO ALARM VERIFICATION : Set for 1.
CANCEL REPORT: Set for non-zero digit.
PRIMARY DIALER FORMAT: Set for 1 (Contact ID).
If you need more information about actual programming procedures, see Section
4: THE MECHANICS OF PROGRAMMING.
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3.
Zone 5 must be programmed for response type 10 and the EOLR must be
removed. Zone 5 is no longer available as a protection zone.
4.
If using a 4204 relay instead of the J7 trigger, program the relay to trip on
Zone Type/Sys. Op. 60--Audio Alarm Verification . Do not enable 1*46.
5.
6.
Press *99 to exit program mode.
Enter [Installer Code] + OFF to cancel the system's settling delay.
RED
GREEN
INCOMING TELCO LINE
▲
▲
RJ31X
JACK
CALLER
ID UNIT
BROWN
GRAY
Notes:
1.Remove any EOL
resistor from control
panel terminals
on zonez22
5&
23, if any present.
8-CONDUCTOR
DOUBLE PLUG
CORD (SUPPLIED)
JACK
VISTA-100
CONTROL
PREMISES
ANSWERING
MACHINE AND
PHONES
▲
123456
TO
CONTROL
ZONE 5+ 23
ZONE 5- 22
4
BROWN
GND
1 2
GRAY
3
5
6
REFER TO
AAV MODULE
INSTRUCTIONS
FOR CONNECTIONS
TO AUDIO SPEAKERS
AND MICROPHONE
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
ON
MODEL EAGLE SECURITY
1241
All switches should
be “off” except
switch 5, which
should be “on.”
7 8
ANSWERING
MACHINE
13
14
15
16
V+
4204 RELAY
MODULE
GND
RELAY 1, SHOWN
“OFF”
NO NC C
1 2 3
Figure 19: Audio Alarm Verification Module Connections
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