SMARTLIVING Anti-intrusion control panels and security systems

User’s manual
EN 50131-1
EN 50131-3
EN 50131-6
EN 50131-10
EN 50136-1
EN 50136-2
EN 50130-4
EN 50130-5
CEB T014
SMARTLIVING
Anti-intrusion control panels and security systems
USER’S MANUAL
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Anti-intrusion control panels
INIM Electronics s.r.l. (Seller, Our, Us) warrants the original purchaser that this
product shall be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal
use for a period of 24 months. As INIM Electronics s.r.l. does not install this
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use. It does not cover:
• damage arising from improper maintenance or negligence
• damage caused by fire, flood, wind or lightning
• vandalism
• fair wear and tear
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Hereby INIM Electronics s.r.l. declares that the SmartLiving series of intrusioncontrol panels, the Air2 series of devices and the SmartLinkAdv product are in
compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of
Directive 1999/5/CE.
Moreover, INIM Electronics s.r.l. also declares that all other devices mentioned in
this manual are in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant
provisions of Directive 2004/108/CE.
European
Directive
compliance
The full declarations of conformity can be found at URL:
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The devices described in this manual, depending on the settings selected during
the installation phase and the implementation of the concepts illustrated in this
guide, allow you to create an Intrusion Detection and Hold-up Alarm System (I &
HAS) compliant with EN 50131-1: 2006 + A1: 2009, safety grade 3 (at highest)
and an alarm transmission system (ATS) compliant with EN 50136-1: 2012 in
category ATS6 (at highest SP6 or DP4).
The devices described are compliant with European standards EN 50131-3: 2009
(in reference to control and indicating equipment - CIE), EN 50131-6: 2008 + A1:
2014 (in reference to power supplies - PS), EN 50131- 10: 2014 and EN 501362: 2013 (in reference to transceivers on supervised sites - SPT).
As a support to the design, planning, operation, installation, commissioning and
maintenance of intrusion alarm systems installed in buildings, the following
regulatory documents should be consulted: CEI 79-3 and CEI CLC / TS 50131-7.
Depending on the State where the components described are installed, certified
compliance with local laws and regulations may be required.
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systems
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User’s manual
Table of
contents
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Limited warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Copyright . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
European Directive compliance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Leading-edge systems (DM37/08) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Table of contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Chapter 1
General information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1-1
Manufacturer's details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1-2
Description of the product and various models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1-3
Environmental Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
1-4
Products certified and conforming to directives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
1-5
Manuals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
1-6
Operator Qualifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
1-7
Access Levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
1-8
Conventions – Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Chapter 2
The SmartLiving System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2-1
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2-2
The Technologies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
2-3
Keypads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
2-4
Reader - nBy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
2-5
User Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
2-6
Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
2-7
Multi-system access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
2-8
Telephone functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
2-9
WEB / e-mail functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
2-10
AlienMobile Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
2-11
Inim Cloud . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
2-12
Arming scenarios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
2-13
Videosurveillance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Chapter 3
Shortcuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
3-1
Keypad shortcuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
3-2
Shortcut with code. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
3-3
Key and Reader shortcuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
3-4
Shortcut list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
3-5
Shortcut on event . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
5-1
Voice functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Using the system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Managing alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
5-2
Arming and disarming partitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
5-3
Voice box and intercom functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
5-4
Activations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
5-5
View. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
5-6
Activation of outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
5-7
Change date and time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
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Keypad settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42
5-9
Change PIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
43
5-10
Change telephone numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
44
5-11
Teleservice request . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
44
5-12
Overtime request . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
44
5-13
Thermostat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
45
5-14
Teleservice via Nexus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
46
5-15
Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
47
5-16
Timer programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
48
5-17
Listen-in . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
49
5-18
Partition status enquiry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
49
5-19
Commands over-the-phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
50
5-20
Alien function keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
51
5-21
Using the SmartLAN/G . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
53
5-22
Using AlienMobile application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
55
5-23
Photo frame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
56
5-24
Graphic maps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
56
5-25
Alarm clock and memo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57
5-26
Camera access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58
5-27
Use of the Inim Cloud . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59
Appendix A
Glossary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Appendix B
Shortcuts at default . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Appendix C
Fault signals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
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Chapter 1
GENERAL INFORMATION
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Manufacturer's details
Manufacturer:
Production plant:
INIM Electronics s.r.l.
Centobuchi, via Dei Lavoratori 10
63076, Monteprandone (AP), Italy
Tel:
+39 0735 705007
Fax:
+39 0735 704912
e-mail:
info@inim.biz
Web:
www.inim.biz
The persons authorized by the manufacturer to repair or replace the parts of this
system have authorization to work on INIM Electronics brand devices only.
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Description of the
product and various
models
Description:
Intrusion control panel
Models:
SmartLiving 505
SmartLiving 515
SmartLiving 1050, SmartLiving 1050/G3,
SmartLiving 1050, SmartLiving 1050/G3,
SmartLiving 10100L, SmartLiving10100L/G3
Standards applied:
EN 50131-1:2006 + A1:2009,
EN 50131-3:2009,
EN 50131-6:2008 + A1:2014,
EN 50131-10:2014,
EN 50136-1:2012,
EN 50136-2:2013,
EN 50130-4:2011 + A1:2014,
EN 50130-5:2011,
CEB T014:2013-04 (ed.3)
Certifying body:
IMQ S.p.A.
Safety grade:
2 or 3 (in accordance with configurations)
ATS Categories:
up to SP6 or DP4 (in accordance with configurations
The following table describes the main features of the various models of the control
panels:
Table 1-1: Control panel - Main Features
SmartLiving Control panel models
505
Total terminals
5
Terminals on panel
Outputs on controlpanel motherboard
General information
total
configurable as inputs
configurable as rollerblind/shock
configurable as outputs
Total zones
total
relay
open-collector output
Partitions
515
15
5
5
0
10
30
5
1050 1050/G3
1050L 1050L/G3
50
10
10
2
5
100
3
1
2
10
10100L
10100L/G3
100
200
15
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Table 1-1: Control panel - Main Features
SmartLiving Control panel models
Keypads
(JOY, nCode/G, Concept/G, Alien, Aria)
Voice memo slots
FLEX5 expansions
nBy Readers
Sounderflashers (Ivy-B, Hedera)
Air2-BS200 Transceivers
Digital keys and wireless command devices
Possible key combinations
IB100 isolators
Nexus dialer
Codes
Scenarios
Timers
Recordable Events
Programmable events
505
1050 1050/G3
1050L 1050L/G3
10100L
10100L/G3
10
15
10
20
20
15
40
30
20
100
4294967296
15
1
50
30
30
150
515
5
5
5
10
10
10
10
50
30
100
10
500
10
Environmental Conditions
20
1000
30
50
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The Joy/GR, Joy/MAX, Aria/HG, nCode/G, Concept/G, Alien/S, Alien/G, IB100, FLEX5,
Nexus and nBy/X peripheral devices are for indoor installation only and operate best
under the following environmental conditions:
• Temperature:
from -10° to +40°C
• Maximum humidity: 75% (without condensation)
• Environmental class: II
The nBy/S reader is suitable for outdoor installation and operates best under the
following conditions:
• Temperature:
from -25° to +70°C
• Maximum humidity:
93% (without condensation)
• Protection grade:
IP 34
• Environmental class: IV
Products certified and
conforming to directives
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The SmartLiving control panels and devices described in this manual are IMQ certified Sistemi di sicurezza (IMQ S.p.A.) and conform to the above mentioned standards, when
duly programmed, as described in .
The control panel enclosure in capable of housing the following certified items:
• INIM Electronics switching-power supply
• Motherboard (IN082 or IN088)
• SmartLogos30M voice board (accessory item)
• FLEX5/U input/output expansion board (accessory item)
• AUXREL32 relay board (accessory item)
• SmartLAN/SI and SmartLAN/G LAN interface boards (accessory items)
• GSM Nexus and Nexus/G communicators (optional)
• IB100/RU BUS isolator board (accessory item)
• ProbeTH thermal-probe kit for battery-charge optimization (accessory item)
• TamperNO tamper-protection kit (accessory item)
• Backup battery, 12V @ 7, 9 or 17Ah (depending on the control panel)
• Motherboard (IN082 and IN088) integrated Type B notification apparatus
The control panel compliance is also guaranteed when connected to the following
certified devices:
• FLEX5/P input/output expansion boards
• Joy/MAX, Joy/GR, Aria/HG, Concept/G, nCode/G, Alien/G, Alien/S keypads
• nBy/S outdoor-mount proximity readers
• nBy/X universal-mount proximity readers
• IB100/RP BUS isolator
• Self-powered IB100/A BUS isolator
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•
•
•
•
nCard access-control card for proximity readers
Tag for nKey or nBoss proximity readers
Self-powered sounderflashers for outdoor installation: Ivy, Ivy-F, Ivy-M, Ivy-FM, IvyB, Ivy-BF, Ivy-BM, Ivy-BFM
Wireless devices AIR2, AIR2-BS200 (transceiver), Air2-IR100 (PIR detector), Air2MC100 (magnetic contact)
SmartLinkAdv/GP, SmartLinkAdv/G, SmartLinkAdv/P communicators
Manuals
Installer's manual
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1-5-1
The installer's manual (not included in the package) can be purchased from your
retailer. You should read it carefully through in order to become familiar with all the
components and operating procedures of the SmartLiving system.
In order to provide adequate protection, the installer must adhere to all the
manufacturer's guidelines relating to the active and passive security devices of this
system.
Installation and
programming guide
1-5-2
The guide, supplied with each control panel, provides all the instructions and
illustrations necessary for fast installation and programming of the SmartLiving system.
It provides step by step descriptions of the procedures required for the system wiring,
the various connections and first powerup. It also provides a table for the peripheral
addressing process and a quick guide indicating default parameters and values and how
to program/change them directly from the keypad.
User's Manual
(this manual)
DCMUINE0SLIVINGE
6.40
1-5-3
MANUAL CODE
REVISION
It is advisable that the installer reads through the User's Manual which is supplied with
the control panel. Once the system has been installed, the user manual must given to
the users for consultation. The user must fully understand all the system functions and
the configuration settings.
It is the installer's responsibility to inform the system users that, regardless of its
capabilities, an intrusion alarm system is not a substitute for the necessary precautions
building occupants must take to prevent intrusion.
Operator Qualifications
Installer
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1-6-1
The installer is the person (or group of persons) who sets up and programs the entire
security system in accordance with the purchaser's requirements and in respect of the
safety laws in force. As the only individual in contact with system users, it is the
installer's responsibility to instruct them on how to use the security system properly.
Under normal circumstances, the installer is not allowed to arm/disarm the system
without previous authorization from the user. All the system partitions must be
disarmed before accessing the parameter programming phase.
The access code of the installer is a level 3 access code.
User
1-6-2
The users are the occupants of the building where this intrusion control panel is
installed. Only authorized users can access and operate the system.
Thanks to the extreme flexibility of the system, the most common operations can be
carried out without authorization. This operating method must be expressly requested
by the main user, as it considerably lowers the security level of the system and may
cause false alarms, accidental arm/disarm operations, etc.
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A system access code can be associated with each user. The programming process
allows you to define the code hierarchy:
• User
• Manager
• Master
Each code, in accordance with its assigned level in the system-hierarchy (the “User”
being the lowest level), is capable of carrying out the following operations on all
other codes that are hierarchically inferior:
•• enable/disable
•• change PIN
•• change several programming parameters
If the system programming complies with security grade 3 of EN 50131, some partition
arming or delete memory operations, requested from a keypad, may be authorized by
the entry of a level 3 code (installer code) as well as by a user code.
Access Levels
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The normative defines the following system-access levels, regardless of system-access
limitations:
• Level 1 - access by any person (e.g. passer-by)
• Level 2 - access by a user
• Level 3 - access by the installer or maintenance operator access (authorized by a
level 2 user)
• Level 4 - manufacturer access
Conventions – Glossary
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In order to understand the terminology used in this manual and improve your
knowledge of this system and its operating procedures, read carefully through the
Technical Terminology – Glossary (refer to Appendix A, Glossary).
The appendix contains the definitions of technical terms commonly used in the field of
security, therefore, relevant to the SmartLiving system.
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Chapter 2
THE SMARTLIVING
SYSTEM
Introduction
2-1
INIM Electronics wishes to thank you for choosing this SmartLiving intrusion control
system. Its advanced technology and user-friendly operations provide an extremely
high level of protection combined with ease-of use.
INIM Electronics recommends that all parts of this manual be read thoroughly before
starting up SmartLiving system. Once you have become accustomed to the day-to-day
operations, your installer will explain and if required, program the advanced functions
provided by the system.
A typical system comprises:
• SmartLiving control panel
• intrusion detection devices (PIR or microwave detectors, magnetic contacts, linear
beam detectors, etc.)
• system control peripherals: proximity readers, keypads
• alarm signalling devices which generally signal the events detected by the system
(sounders, flashers, etc.)
The keypad is an extremely flexible peripheral device which allows users to manage the
system with ease. The graphic display shows all the necessary information and provides
an advanced user-interface based on icons for instant and clear indications relating to
the operations to be performed. All users have PINs which allow them to access and
control the system via the keypad in accordance with their permitted access level.
Advanced voice technology guides you through the operations by means of clear voice
prompts which explain the operations you must undertake.
nBy readers (2 versions available: nBy/S wall-mount and By/X flush-mount) allow you
to access and control the system. Although these devices are not as flexible as keypads,
they provide a quick and easy way of carrying out day-to-day operations such as
arming and disarming the system. Authorized digital-key users can operate the system
in accordance with their programmed access level (enabled functions, etc.) by holding
the key in front of the proximity key reader.
All SmartLiving control panels are capable of managing INIM's “Air2” two-way wireless
system. This system integrates wireless devices (detectors, keyfobs, etc.) into the
hardwired environment.
SmartLiving control panels are capable of managing various event types (alarms, faults,
tamper, code/key identification, arm/disarm operations, etc.) and event-response
actions (audible/visual signalling, telephone calls, SMS text messages over the GSM
network and, with the addition of the optional SmartLAN/G board, e-mails with
attachments). The calls can be:
1. report calls to alarm receiving centres - via the most widely used reporting protocols.
2. voice calls to contact numbers - using advanced voice technology to inform contact persons of the active alarm condition.
Events can also be announced on JOY/MAX, Aria/HG and Alien keypads.
The SmartLiving intrusion control panel also provides automatic features, such as:
• arm and disarm operations set up on a weekly basis
• simple yet useful access-control functions which allow the system to deny access to
specific keys/codes at certain times
• preset activation/deactivation of household devices (building automation) such as
courtesy lights
• other similar automatic facilities.
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The Technologies
Expertise in the arena of total security and a commitment to precision and high quality
allow INIM's R & D professionals to deliver excellence in design technology and
dependability through time.
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EASY4U
This user-friendly tool provides an interesting array of graphic features and functions.
All SmartLiving intrusion control panels are controlled by keypads equipped with 96x32
pixel graphic displays. The four-line alphanumeric display screen (16 characters per
line) can be edited or used to view the icons associated with various customized useroperations. The keypad shortcuts allow time-consuming sequences to be transformed
into simple keystroke actions. They can be used for a variety of tasks and make
operations less tedious and less error-prone. In this way, INIM has eliminated the
repetitive sequences of keystrokes required by other systems available on the market.
The use of customizable graphic-objects, which indicate the system status, helps users
to understand what is happening on the system.
Besides accepting various commands (Away Arm, Stay Arm, Disarm, etc.), the nBy
reader also allows users to manage the "shortcuts" programmed on the keypad.
The Joy/MAX, Aria/HG and Alien keypads both have built-in nBy proximity readers.
2-2-2
VOIB
This is an acronym for Voice Over Inim-Bus. VOIB technology allows the system to
manage end-to-end digitized voice transmissions at extremely high-speed over the
IBUS. Voice transmissions can be carried to all points of the IBUS. The JOY/MAX, Aria/
HG and Alien keypads have built-in microphones and speakers for message recording
and playback. The 30 minute capacity voice board allows each event to be associated
with a message. Voice digitizing and compression allow the signal to be transmitted in
data packets over the bus to recipient keypads where it is announced. Voice digitizing
and the characteristics of the I-BUS allow end-to-end “noise-immune” voice
transmissions without the need of any additional wiring.
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Keypads
The keypad allow users to manage all aspects of the security system. SmartLiving
control panels are capable of managing keypads with the following features:
Table 2-1: Keypads - functions
Models
Joy/MAX
Joy/GR
nCode/G
Concept/G
23
(in soft rubber)
Keys
10
Aria/W
Alien/S
Alien/G
65536 colour touch screen
4.3 inches
7 inches
480x272
800x480
Monochromatic
96x32
Graphic display
Signalling LEDs
Buzzer
Terminals
Microphone
Speaker
Built-in proximity reader
Temperature sensor
Backlight activated by proximity
sensor
Brightness sensor
Tamper protection
Wireless
Keypad lock-out
USB port
SD card
Aria/HG
23
(touch)
No
4
No
Yes
2
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
1
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
2
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
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The various keypad models have different functions, enclosures and key access. The
keys on Joy keypads are protected a cover, whereas, the keys of the nCode/G, Aria and
Concept/G keypads are on view. The Concept/G is a touch-screen keypad. Alien
keypads are not equipped with keys but instead have a colour touch screen that allows
access to the system via touch or touch-screen pen (supplied with Alien/G).
KEYS
The installer assigns the partitions and portions/sections of the system that users, with
assigned codes, will have access to via the keypad in use.
It is possible to extend the use of some of the system shortcuts to users without
assigned codes. In this way, SmartLiving control panels add further operating modes to
that of the traditional user menu which is only accessible after code entry.
SHORTCUTS
It is possible to use the shortcuts at the keypads (refer to “Shortcuts” in the Glossary)
associated with keys
. Generally, intrusion control panels do not
allow access to the system via keypad without code entry. However, by means of the
shortcuts associated with keys
, ...,
it is possible to enable building occupants
to access and operate on the system without code entry.
The Alien touch screen user interface provides shortcuts such as the activation of
scenarios, and also applications such as device settings, which can be activated by the
buttons displayed on the screen without code entry.
The installer must program the shortcuts to suit the system requirements and explain
how they are used. For example, it may be useful to allow all the building occupants to
arm the system without code entry, as this operation increases the level of system
security. However, operations which lower the level of system security should be
reserved for code users only (thus allowing identification of users who disarm the
system). Under normal circumstances, operations which increase system security can
be allowed without valid-code entry whereas, operations which lower system security
(Disarm, Delete Alarm/Tamper memory, Deactivate Alarm/Tamper outputs) should be
allowed only after valid-code entry.
JOY/MAX, Aria/HG and Alien keypads also provide a programmable chronothermostat
function. This function allows you to set up zone management (one zone per keypad) of
the heating/air-conditioning system.
CHRONOTHERMOSTAT
The temperature is read by a built-in temperature sensor. The hysteresis is fixed at
0.4°C.
The Concept/G keypad provides a further two options relating to direct user access.
CONCEPT/G ACCESS
A special feature allows activation of the backlight of the display and keys when users
approach the keypad. This is achieved through a proximity sensor which can be
activated by pressing keys
and
and
simultaneously and deactivated by pressing
.
The other option, block/unblock keypad, can be achieved by pressing key
for 3
seconds. If the block keypad option is enabled, the display will show the icon opposite.
The Aria/W wireless keypad provides all the necessary functions for control and
management of a SmartLiving installation equipped with an Air2 system, which it can
interface with through the Air2-BS200 transceiver. It integrates all the functions of a
hard-wired keypad and provides a graphic icon display.
WIRELESS TERMINALS
It is equipped with an accelerometer which provides both anti-tamper and “wakeup”
from stand-by functions, whereas the brightness sensor controls the display and key
brightness optimally with respect to the surrounding environment. Moreover, it has an
automatic shutdown function in the event of loss of wireless connection.
The Alien keypad
screen
2-3-1
The brightness and contrast of the backlit-graphic LCD (96 x 32 pixel) can be adjusted
by way of the respective options on the user menu (refer to paragraph 5-8 Keypad
settings).
It is divided into four lines which continually provide information regarding the status of
the system and control panel, without need of user-code entry.
1°
2°
3°
4°
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The following table describes the messages which are shown on the keypad display, in
accordance with the actual status of the control panel:
• Standby - shown when the control panel is functioning normally and there are no
alarm, tamper of fault events present on the system.
• Zone alarm or tamper - shown when the control panel detects or signals violation on
a zone, both in the event of intrusion or detection of a lost device
• Maintenance - shown when the control panel is in maintenance mode for repair or
programming purposes
Table 2-2: Display visualization
Control panel status
Display
line
Standby
Alarm or tamper
Panel
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The first line of the display shows the date and time.
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If you are using
C a keypad with temperature sensor, the
date and room temperature will alternate on the screen
every 3 seconds.
1
Panel
If at least one of the keypad partitions
has saved an alarm or tamper event to
the memory, the first line of the screen
will flash the descriptions of the zones
concerned every 3 seconds.
Note
K03 Service
If the control panel is in Service
mode, a string will be shown indicating the address of the keypad in use
(in the figure, the keypad is at
address 3).
Mainten K03 P05
Open zones are signaled by blinking on If you are using a keypad with temperature sensor, the string will also
the red LED
.
show the address of its built-in proximity reader (in the figure, the reader
is at address 5).
T03
If the “View open zones” control-panel option is enabled,
the descriptions of zones that are not in standby status
when the keypad partitions disarm will be shown in
sequential order approximately every 3 seconds.
Panel
T03
Maintenance
T03
Any auto-bypassable zones will be shown in white on black
background.
Panel
T03
Mainten K03 P05
If the control panel is in Service mode and at least one of the keypad partitions
has saved an alarm or tamper event to the memory, the above-described
strings will alternate on the display.
DASIDASI-The left side of the second line shows the characters that
indicate the current status of the partitions the keypad is
assigned to:
•
•
•
•
2
left
•
D = partition disarmed
A = partition armed in Away mode (interior
and perimeter zones armed)
S = partition armed in Stay mode (perimeter
zones armed)
I = partition armed in Instant mode
(perimeter zones armed with no delay)
- = partition does not belong to the keypad
In the case of the SmartLiving 505 or 515, 5 characters
indicating the status of partitions 1 to 5 will be shown.
In the case of the SmartLiving 1050 or 1050L, 10 characters indicating the status of partitions 1 to 10 will be
shown.
The display of the SmartLiving 10100L model, alternates
at 3 second intervals, between 10 characters, indicating
the status of partitions 1 to 10, and 5 characters indicating
the status of partitions 11 to 15.
DASIDASI-D SIDASI-In the event of a partition alarm or
tamper memory, the red LED
on
The line is the same as when the control panel is in standby condition.
the keypad and the characters corresponding to the partitions concerned
will blink.
SCENARIO 001
If the “Show scenario” control panel parameter is active, the left side of the second line on the screen will display the current scenario.
2
right
DASIDASI-The right side of the second line allows you to view several icons which provide visual information regarding the system.
For a detailed description of these icons refer to Table 2-3: Information icons.
3
4
Lines three and four on the display are occupied by the icons which correspond to the shortcuts assigned to the function keys
.
If no shortcuts are programmed on the keypad function keys, the respective spaces on the display will remain empty.
The blinking status of characters relating to the partition statuses which appears on the screens
of Aria/W keypads is not in fact a blink but is the solid negative image of the character.
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The icons which appear on the right side of the second line, provide information
regarding the system, therefore, their presence or status (fixed or flashing) depends on
the status they must signal:
Table 2-3: Information icons
Icon
Signalling
Joy, Aria/HG,
nCode, Concept
Telephone line busy
Aria/W
Solid
Alien
Solid
Telephone line
Telephone line down
Blinking
At least one peripheral (keypad, reader, expansion) is not responding properly.
Peripheral Loss
All the peripherals in the system configuration are
responding properly, however, loss of a peripheral
has been detected and cleared (Peripheral Loss
memory).
Blinking
Solid
Animated
Solid
Solid
Blinking
Answerphone
Answerphone function enabled
Solid
Solid
Teleservice
Teleservice enabled
Solid
Solid
Key
False key
Tamper disabled
The tamper protection on the Alien keypad is disabled
Peripheral tamper
Control panel Tamper
Blinking
Solid
Animated
The Control panel is in tamper status (enclosure
open or device dislodged).
The Control panel is properly placed and the enclosure is closed, however, panel tamper has been
detected and cleared (Panel tamper memory).
Blinking
Solid
At least one peripheral (keypad, reader, expansion) is in tamper status (enclosure open or device
dislodged).
All peripherals are properly placed and all enclosure covers are closed, however, tamper was previously detected and cleared (Tamper memory).
Solid
Solid
Solid
Solid
Animated
Blinking
Solid
Solid
Blinking
Call on Nexus
The Nexus/G communicator is engaged in a call
Solid
Solid
Sending SMS
The Nexus/G dialler is sending an SMS text message
Solid
Solid
A SIA-IP event report is being sent through the
LAN
Solid
Solid
LAN
The LAN board cannot be found
Blinking
Blinking
SIA-IP on Nexus
An event is being transmitted through the Nexus/
G in SIA-IP reporting format or a teleservice
request is being sent over the GPRS network.
Solid
Solid
Thermostat:
Winter mode
The keypad thermostat option is enabled in Winter
mode (Heating).
Solid
Solid
Thermostat:
Summer mode
The keypad thermostat option is enabled in Summer mode (Air-conditioning).
Solid
Solid
Thermostat:
Heating/Air-conditioning
Heating/Air-conditioning On.
Solid
Solid
If duly programmed by the installer, the
icon will be shown when Teleservice is enabled.
The backlight can be programmed from the keypad Aria in accordance with the
measured ambient-brightness. The keypad manages two different brightness settings:
• Day
• Night
These settings can be programmed via the “Keypad” section in the User menu.
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The following section describes how the keys are normally used. Some of the keys may
have specific functions which will be indicated when necessary.
Table 2-4: The keypad keys
Keys
Name
Typical application
Number keys
Used to type in User PINs
OK
Confirms the selected item (parameter, etc.)
UP, DOWN
These keys allow you to scroll the menu lists and/or adjust graphically displayed parameters (for example, keypad or volume adjustment).
LEFT, RIGHT
These keys allow you to scroll along the parameters or data being viewed (for example,
when viewing partitions in the events log or when selecting partitions in the arm/disarm
menu).
This key allows you to step back on the open menu without confirming the selected
C
options (parameters, etc.) or, after entering a user PIN and pressing
, to run through
the 3 user-menus (refer to paragraph 2-5 User Codes).
ESC
This key exits the user menu definitely without confirming any selected items (parameters, etc.).
ENABLE
Enables options (refer to paragraph 5-4 Activations)
DISABLE
Disables options
F1, F2, F3, F4
or function keys
Activate the shortcuts which correspond to the associated icons.
Can be used also as Emergency keys (refer to paragraph 2-3-3 Emergency functions).
Emergency functions
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The control panel provides 3 special functions which can be activated from the keypad:
• Fire Emergency
• Ambulance Emergency
• Police Emergency
Activation of these keys will generate the associated events and actions (e.g. activation
of outputs and calls).
To activate an emergency request, press an hold for 3 seconds the required key
combination and wait for the confirmation beep, as follows:
Table 2-5: Emergency keys
Emergency
Combination keys
Fire
+
Ambulance
+
Police
+
Alien keys
If any two function keys are pressed at the same time, the functions relating to the icons
associated with the keys will not be activated.
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Visual signals on the
keypad LEDs
The following table describes the signals on the LEDs of the Joy, nCode, Aria and
Concept keypads, or the icons which represent them on the display of the Alien keypad.
Table 2-6: Keypad LEDs
LED/Icon
activation
OFF
Icon not
present
Red
All the keypad partitions are
disarmed.
ON
At least one of the keypad parIcon on solid
titions is armed.
Slow blinking
(ON: 0.5sec
OFF: 0.5sec)
All the keypad partitions are
disarmed.
Memory of alarm/tamper on at
least one of the keypad partitions or memory of a system
alarm is present.
Yellow
Blue
No faults present.
Open zones on the keypad partitions.
Primary power failure (230V
a.c.)
At least one fault is present.
All the zones on the keypad
partitions are in standby status: Ready to arm.
Primary power OK (230V a.c.)
No faults present.
At least one of the zones
belonging to the keypad partitions is either disabled (inhibited) or is in Test status
All the zones belonging to the
keypad partitions are in
standby status.
An unplayed voice message is
present in the memo box.
Fast blink- At least one of the keypad parAt least one fault is active and
titions is armed.
ing
at least one zone belonging to
(ON: 0.15sec Memory of alarm/tamper on at the keypad partitions is either
OFF: 0.15sec) least one of the keypad parti- disabled (inhibited) or is in Test
tions or memory of a system
status.
alarm is present.
The list of faults signaled on the yellow fault LED
Appendix C, Fault signals.
Open zones on the keypad partitions.
An unplayed voice message is
present in the memo box.
can be found in the table in
Following is the list of events which cause the Red System Alarm LED
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Green
to blink:
Open panel tamper
Dislodged panel tamper
Expansion tamper
Keypad Tamper
Reader Tamper
Expansion Loss
Keypad Loss
Reader Loss
False key
If the “False key” event is configured as a “Silent event”, the red LED will not blink.
“FALSE KEY”
If this option is enabled, the status of the partitions will be hidden. If a valid code is
entered at a keypad, the real-time status will be indicated on the keypad concerned for
30 seconds. Additionally:
• If the partitions are armed, the status of the system will be hidden from nonauthorized users.
•• Red keypad LED Off
•• Yellow keypad LED Off
•• Green keypad LED On solid
•• Status icons not present
•• Alarm and Tamper memory hidden
•• If a particular event occurs more than 5 times when the partitions are armed, it
will not be signaled as having occurred more than 5 times. This is due to the
limitation placed on the counter of each event. The counters will reset to zero
each time all the partitions are disarmed.
• If the partitions are DISARMED:
•• The LEDs will function normally.
•• Status icons present
•• Alarm and Tamper memory visible
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Emergency status
In the event of a keypad configuration or communication error between the system
peripherals, the display will show one of the templates opposite.
If you are using an Alien user interface, the above-mentioned information will be shown
on the bottom bar on the home page.
If this occurs, you must contact your installer immediately and get the fault cleared.
Alien keypad
2-3-5
- JOY/MAX FW RELEASE X.YZ
NO COMMUNICATION
K01 P14
- JOY/MAX FW RELEASE X.YZ
NOT ENROLLED
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2-3-6
Alien is a colour touch-screen user interface. Two versions are available, the 4.3 inch
Alien/S model and the 7 inch Alien/G model. The screen displays the dialogue boxes
and coloured icons related to all the control panel functions and signals. As required,
the Alien touch screen immediately shows the buttons required for the activation of the
functions related to the specific situation.
By just tapping the screen you can activate one of the scenarios (programmed by the
installer on the control panel), access information relating to the various parts of the
system (zones, outputs, etc.) or view the events log.
The structured graphics control provides ample room for customization, with skin and
background selection and image gallery slideshow management. You can also control the
screen brightness, contrast and image transparency.
The Alien keypad has a built-in microphone and speaker for voice functions.
A temperature sensor indicates the room temperature on the screen and activates the
Chronthermostat functions.
The built-in proximity reader reads tags and cards and allows easy access to the system
without the need of code entry.
The Alien keypad has a USB interface and an SD card slot (up to 32GB) for storing
photos and images.
The Alien user-interface provides the following user applications:
• photo-frame application, that allows viewing of slide-shows of all the images
contained in the SD-card
• graphic maps for the supervision of the entire system monitored by the SmartLiving
control panel through a graphic layout containing images, icons and buttons
visualized on the display
• alarm and memo functions, programmable directly by the user, which generate
audible signals and display popups
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Access to the Alien keypad functions is achieved by tapping the respective buttons
displayed on the screen.
Although the functions provided by the different versions of the Alien keypads are they
same, the devices differ in screen size and the layout of the icons and buttons.
Following is the description of the Alien/S screen layout; the presence of the various
elements described depends on the activated functions and the accessed window:
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Table 2-7: Alien - screen
A
Data and Time of the SmartLiving control panel.
If the control panel is in Service status, this field will show the address
of the Alien and its built-in reader.
B
Keypad LED icons (Table 2-6: Keypad LEDs).
C
Temperature read by the thermometer of the Alien user interface.
D
Icon which indicates the presence of an SD card in the card slot.
After the entry of a valid user code, the Logout key which appears will
allow you to close the session.
E
Section for active functions, with the buttons for access to the Alien
user interface, its applications and the SmartLiving system.
The home page of the Alien/S (shown in the figure) shows the function
buttons indicated in Table 5-3: Alien menu. In the Alien/G, these buttons are shown in a section on the left and are always visible regardless
of the active function.
F
String showing the arming status of the control panel, in accordance
with the active scenario or status of the partitions.
If a keypad partition changes its arming status in relation to the active
scenario, or when the control panel is in service/maintenance mode,
this string will show the characters which indicate the real arming status of the partitions, as described in Table 2-2: Display visualization.
G
Tapping this section on the display opens (for 3 seconds) a window containing a list of the active scenarios. If required by programming (paragraph
5-8 Keypad settings), it may request entry of a valid code.
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System information icons, as described in Table 2-3: Information icons.
•
•
If you are inside a section, this field will show the following buttons which may cover the information buttons:
Back level This key allows you to step back to the previously active function.
Home Button, present only on the Alien/S model, which allows you to go directly to the home page.
Further visualizations displayed on the Alien screen depend on the section/page being
accessed by means of the buttons. The layout of such pages depends on the functions
and buttons available and how they are used (paragraph 5-20 Alien function keys).
There are also alerts which the control panel activates automatically and that appear as
pop-ups during the following events:
• Zone alarm or tamper
If any of the keypad partitions has alarm or tamper event memory, a pop-up will
appear showing:
•• an “ALARM” warning and the description of the zone which generated the alarm
or tamper signal
•• the Disarm button, to disarm all the armed partitions that the code and keypad
in use have in common
•• the Stop alarms button, to deactivate the outputs activated by the alarm signal
•• the Clear call queue button, to cancel the calls in the outgoing call queue
•• the Home button provides direct access to the home page
• Activation of the entry time
• Activation of the exit time
If an entry or exit time is activated, a pop-up will appear showing:
•• a string indicating the remaining seconds of the running entry/exit time
•• the Disarm button, to disarm all the armed partitions that the code and keypad
in use have in common
•• the Scenarios button, to access the scenarios available for activation
•• the Home button provides direct access to the home page
•
icon which appears when you tap the display and the keypad is blocked due
to 5 consecutive entries of an invalid code.
•
icon which is shown when you tap the display and the keypad is blocked due
to 5 consecutive entries of an invalid code.
Touching the "Settings" option on the home page for at least 7 seconds disables the
sensitivity of the display for 20 seconds. During this interval, the "CLEAN SCREEN"
message is shown to indicate that it is possible to clean the screen.
CLEANING THE DISPLAY
Touching any part of the screen for 50 seconds will restore touch screen sensitivity.
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Signalling on the
Buzzer
2-3-8
Keypads equipped with buzzers provide you with audible signals, that is, if the sound
has not been switched off.
If the keypad has voice function capacity, the buzzer will also signal incoming intercom
calls from another keypad.
The buzzer signals the running entry, exit and pre-arm times (refer to Appendix A,
Glossary) of enabled partitions. The activation these signals can be set up by means of
the keypad options described in paragraph 5-8 Keypad settings.
If the control panel is duly programmed, the keypads will be able to generate alarm
signals on the buzzer.
Table 2-8: Signalling and types of signal
Signalling
Type of signal
Button pressed
Single pulse (beep)
Entry time running
8 pulses + 5 second pause
Exit time running
3 pulses + 5 second pause;
4 short pulses + 5 second pause during the final 20 seconds of the exit Time
Pre-arm time running
1 pulse + 5 second pause
Activation of the output connected to terminal “T1” on the
keypad
Continuous audible signal for the entire duration of output activation
Intercom call
Two-tone pulse
Alarm
Fast pulses
Reader - nBy
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SmartLiving intrusion control panels can manage nBy/S and nBy/X readers and also the
built-in readers of JOY/MAX, Aria/HG and Alien keypads.
The proximity reader is the easiest way for users to interact with the SmartLiving
intrusion control system.
The wall-mount nBy/S model can be attached to any flat surface by means of two
screws, it is IP34 rated and therefore suitable for outdoor use.
It is equipped with a buzzer and 4 LEDs:
• F1- Red
• F2 - Blue
• F3 - Green
• F4 - Yellow
The Universal flush-mount nBy/X (Patent Pending) has been especially designed to
integrate with all brands of cover plates.
It is equipped with 4 LEDs (red, blue, green and yellow).
Readers do not provide the same extent of system control as keypads, however, these
devices are quick and easy-to-use and are extremely useful when carrying out day-today operations (arm/disarm partitions, etc.).
Readers are usually located near the main entry/exit points of the protected building.
These devices allow system access to valid keys only. The system readers are capable
of recognizing a large number of keys, each characterized by customized parameters.
Each reader is enabled to operate on specific partitions, whereas each key is enabled to
operate only on the partitions the user is allowed to control. Therefore, if a key is held
in the vicinity of a reader, it will be possible to control only the partitions which the two
devices have in common.
Each reader can be programmed with up to 4 shortcuts (one per LED).
Each key can be programmed with up to 4 shortcuts.
Unlike most traditional readers (which generally carry out arm/disarm operations only),
nBy readers also manage a series of useful shortcut commands. For example, it is
possible to associate two shortcuts to the red and blue LEDs for arm and disarm
operations, and a shortcut to the green LED for gate control, and yet another to the
yellow LED for "Clear call queue" operations.
The buzzer signals the running Entry, Exit and Pre-arm time of the reader partitions
(refer to paragraph 2-3-8 Signalling on the Buzzer).
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Signalling on the
reader LEDs
The LEDs have two distinct operating in modes:
1. When no key is present at the reader (refer to Table 2-9: Reader LEDs with no key
at reader), the LEDs will indicate the current status of the associated shortcut.
2. When a key is present at the reader (refer to Table 2-10: Reader LEDs with key
at reader), the LEDs will indicate (in rapid succession) the available shortcuts.
Table 2-9: Reader LEDs with no key at reader
LED
Red
OFF
(All LEDs Off)
ON / OFF
(in accordance with the
associated
shortcut)
Intermittent
blinking
(ON: 2.3sec
OFF: 0.1sec)
Blue
Green
Yellow
All the reader partitions are disarmed.
No alarm/tamper memory on the reader partitions or system tamper memory.
The scenario associated with
the arming-shortcut of the red
LED is active/inactive.
The output associated with
the output-activation shortcut
of the red LED is active/inactive.
Faults are present/not present.
The scenario associated with The scenario associated with
the arming-shortcut of the
the arming-shortcut of the
blue LED is active/inactive.
green LED is active/inactive.
The output associated with
The output associated with
the output-activation shortcut the output-activation shortcut
of the blue LED is active/inacof the green LED is active/
tive.
inactive.
Faults are present/not presFaults are present/not present.
ent.
The scenario associated with
the arming-shortcut of the
yellow LED is active/inactive.
The output associated with
the output-activation shortcut
of the yellow LED is active/
inactive.
Faults are present/not present.
At least one Reader-partition
is armed.
Slow blinking
(ON: 0.5sec
OFF: 0.5sec)
The reader partitions are disarmed.
Alarm/tamper memory on at
least one of the reader partitions, or system tamper memory.
Fast blinking
(ON: 0.15sec
OFF: 0.15sec)
At least one Reader-partition
is armed.
Alarm/tamper memory on at
least one of the reader partitions, or system tamper memory.
The scenario associated with
the last key used is active.
Table 2-10: Reader LEDs with key at reader
LED
Red
OFF
(no light)
ON
(only one LED
On)
Fast blinking
(ON: 0.15sec
OFF: 0.15sec
ALL LEDs)
Green
Yellow
Request to arm ALL the partitions common to both the key and reader.
Request to activate the short- Request to activate the short- Request to activate the short- Request to activate the shortcut associated with the red
cut associated with the blue
cut associated with the green cut associated with the yellow
LED on the reader or the first LED on the reader or the sec- LED on the reader or the third
LED on the reader or the
shortcut of the key
ond shortcut of the key
shortcut of the key
fourth shortcut of the key
ON
(All the LEDs
On).
Fast blinking
(ON: 0.15sec
OFF: 0.15sec
one LED only)
Blue
Request to activate the shortcut associated with the key.
If the shortcut associated with If the shortcut associated with If the shortcut associated with If the shortcut associated with
the red LED is an arming
the blue LED is an arming
the green LED is an arming
the yellow LED is an arming
operation, one of the partioperation, one of the partioperation, one of the partioperation, one of the partitions concerned is not-ready- tions concerned is not-ready- tions concerned is not-ready- tions concerned is not-readyto-arm due to zones which are to-arm due to zones which are to-arm due to zones which are to-arm due to zones which are
not in standby status.
not in standby status.
not in standby status.
not in standby status.
If the shortcut associated with the key is an arming operation, one of the partitions concerned is not-ready-to-arm due to
zones which are not in standby status.
If a key is present, all operations (arm, disarm, etc.) will apply only to the partitions common to
both the key and reader.
If this option is enabled and there are no keys present at the reader, the reader LEDs
will be Off.
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User Codes
2-5
Each User Code comprises a PIN for identification purposes and a group of parameters
which determine its rank in the system code hierarchy and the operations the user is
entitled to perform.
The PIN is made up of 4, 5 or 6 digits that the user must enter in order to allow
identification.
The PIN of the only user code enabled at default is 0001. The PINs of the successive
codes are 0002, 0003, etc.
The PINs of user codes can be changed by the installer or by other hierarchically superior code.
The installer provides the system users with default user PINs which they must change
immediately to PIN codes of their choice.
Each user code has the following parameters, to be programmed by the installer or by
other user codes of hierarchically superior level.
• The partitions the user can control.
If a user code is entered at a keypad, the user can control only the partitions which
are common to both the code and keypad concerned. For example, if a code enabled
on partitions 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 is entered at a keypad which enabled on partitions 4, 5,
6 and 7, it will be able to operate on partitions 4 and 5 only.
• The type of user code.
Each code can be assigned a specific level in the system hierarchy:
•• User
•• Manager
•• Master
Each code, in accordance with its assigned level in the system-hierarchy (the “User”
being the lowest level), is capable of carrying out the following operations on all
other codes that are hierarchically inferior:
enable/disable
change PIN
change several programming parameters
• The ways of accessing the user menu.
Each code can access its customized menu in 3 different ways (refer to paragraph 2-5-1
Ways of accessing the user menu).
• The commands over the phone.
This option enables access to the system via remote telephone. If this option is
enabled, the User can send commands to the control panel over-the-phone.
Commands can be sent during calls to/from the control panel. After a valid PIN entry
on the telephone keypad the user can activate specific shortcuts (refer to Chapter 3
- Shortcuts). This method of entering commands will affect the code partitions only.
• Timer Restriction (codes limited to a timeframe)
If a code is associated with one of the timers, it will be able to operate the system
only when the timer is On.
• The group of outputs which can be activated/deactivated manually
After accessing the Outputs ON/OFF section (user menu) you can activate/
deactivate the duly programmed outputs.
• The menu sections the user can access (refer to paragraph 2-5-1 Ways of
accessing the user menu, point 1.)
• Customized shortcuts.
Each code can be programmed to manage:
•• up to 12 customized (personal) shortcuts assigned to keys
, ...,
•• up to 10 customized (personal) shortcuts assigned to keys
, ...,
Note
Type in code
***---
User Code
Manage alarms
Arm/Disarm op.
Voice functions
These shortcuts are available to the code user only after accessing the user
menu.
Ways of accessing the
user menu
2-5-1
In order for code users to access their user menus, they must first validate their codes.
This can be done by typing-in the code PIN and pressing
.
If the installer has enabled the “Fixed length” option on a user code, the user must first
press
“FIXED LENGTH”
and then type-in their PIN.
At this point, there are 3 different ways of allowing first-access to the user menu,
depending on the system setup, as follows:
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1. The user can access the menu directly, as shown in the figure opposite (1.); by
means of keys
and
, the user can select the desired menu section and
then press
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
for access. Following is a the list of available user-menu sections:
Manage alarms
Arm/Disarm op.
Voice functions
Activations
View
Outputs ON/OFF
Set date/time
Keypad settings
Change PIN
TelephoneNumbers
Teleservice req.
Overtime request
Thermostat
Nexus Nexus
Codes
Timers
2. The keypad deletes the shortcut icons associated with keys
, ...,
and
replaces them with the customized shortcut icons associated with the code, as
illustrated opposite (2.). Keys
, ...,
and
, ...,
, will allow the
user to select the desired shortcut.
3. You can access a descriptive menu of the customized shortcuts assigned to keys
, ...,
, as shown opposite (3.). To activate the user shortcut, use
keys
and
to select the description then press
(1.)
User Code
Manage alarms
Arm/Disarm op.
Voice functions
(2.)
User Code
(3.)
User Code
Stop alarms
Delete memory
Nexus status
.
These methods, show how you can access the menu after code validation, in other
words, on first access. At this point, each time you press key
, 3 different objects
will appear, select the one that applies to the operation concerned and then continue.
Keys
2-6
The SmartLiving system is capable of managing INIM's contact-free digital-keys, which
are available in three versions:
• nKey, nBoss - tag fro proximity readers
• nCard - proximity card
• Air2-KF100 - remote control key
Each key is unique and is identified by a random code selected from over 4 billion code
combinations. During the installation phase, each key is enrolled on the system in order
to allow it to operate.
Each key is characterized by the following parameters (programmed by the installer) in
accordance with the requirements of the key user.
• Partitions - user codes can control only the partitions they are assigned to. If a key
is used at a reader, it can operate only on the partitions the two devices have in
common. For example, if the key controls partitions 1, 3, and 5 and the reader
controls partitions 1, 2 and 6, the key can operate on partition 1 only, as it is the
only partition the key and reader have in common. If a button on the remote-control
is pressed, the user will be allowed access only to the partitions the device is
assigned to.
• Up to 4 Shortcuts.
• A Timer can be set up to restrict the use of a key. A key associated with a timer will
only be accepted by the system during the timeframe set for the timer involved.
• The Patrol option is usually enabled on keys used by security personnel or night
watchmen who must patrol the protected premises at regular intervals. This type of
key does not allow the user to select the “Arm Type”. When a key with this attribute
is recognized, the system will perform the following operations:
1. Disarm the partitions common to the key and reader concerned.
2. Activate the respective Patrol Time for the partitions concerned.
3. Re-arm the partitions (as before) when the Patrol Time expires.
•
If the patrol key is held in the vicinity of the reader while the Patrol Time is still
running (for example, if the inspection ends ahead of time), the Patrol Time will end
immediately and the partitions will arm as before.
The Service (maintenance) option allows keys to deactivate instantly any outputs
associated with zone and partition alarm/tamper events (on the Partitions the key
and reader have in common). This type of key can select the reader shortcuts and its
customized (personal) shortcuts.
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Air2-KF100 Wireless keyfobs
2-6-1
The KF100 remote-control has 4 buttons which can each be programmed with a
shortcut (ask your installer for details). The graphic-choice feature allows you to
identify the buttons by numbers or icons.
The remote-control also provides 4 button-associated LEDs and a confirmation LED. As
a result of two-way communications with the BS200 transceiver, the KF100 remotecontrol imparts audible and visual feedback signals (beep and LED signals) which notify
the user of the outcome of requested operations.
Table 2-11: Feedback signals provided by KF100 wireless remote-control
Key
Icon
LED 1
LED 2
LED 3
LED 4
1 flash
1 flash
1 flash
1 flash
+
+
1 flash
Any
1 flash
4 flashes
Buzzer signal
Operation
beep
Activates shortcut 1
beep
Activates shortcut 2
beep
Activates shortcut 3
beep
Activates shortcut 4
beep
Block/Unblock remote-control
device
4 flashes
Remote-control device blocked
If an operation is successful, but the corresponding LED fails to light, it is an indication that the
battery is low.
The battery must be replaced before it runs out completely.
Note
Table 2-12: Control panel signals over wireless keyfob
Feedback from panel
Confirmation LED green
Confirmation LED - red
Command not
received
1 flash
Operation not done
Operation done
Buzzer signal
4 flashes
3 flashes
bop
long beep
Multi-system access
2-7
Users can access several systems using the same code/key/remote-control device. The
user code, key or remote-control device must be enrolled separately on the control
panels concerned, and can be programmed with different attributes and functions in
accordance with the requirements of each specific system.
The keys and codes provide the systems with random codes (for keys) or PINs (for
codes) which the system associates with the respective attributes and functions
programmed by the installer. For example, a user key/code may be enabled on
partitions 1 and 2 on system A, on partitions 7, 8 and 9 on system B and on partitions 4
and 5 on system C.
This operating method is possible for all keys and codes.
Telephone functions
2-8
The SmartLiving control panel events can be programmed to trigger report calls to an
Alarm receiving Centre (via digital dialler) and also voice calls and SMS messages to
contact numbers.
The SmartLiving control panel also accepts commands over-the-phone. Shortcut
commands can be sent during calls to/from the control panel, after valid PIN entry on
the telephone keypad.
The commands can be activated by keys “0” to “9” on the telephone keypad, which the
system associates with various shortcut actions. Each code can be programmed with
customized shortcuts, such as: arm, disarm, activate/deactivate outputs, delete alarm
memory, etc.
If the system is equipped with a SmartLogos30M voice board, the code shortcuts
assigned to keys “0” to “9” will be announced over-the-phone, in order to facilitate
operations.
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Additionally, the Listen-in function allows you to eavesdrop on the protected premises
by means of the keypad microphones.
When a user requests an operation, via a correctly formatted SMS message or voice call
to the SIM card of the Nexus, the control panel will activate the respective shortcut and
send confirmation (feedback) of the successfully implemented command.
WEB / e-mail functions
2-9
The SmartLAN/G board guarantees complete access to the functions of the SmartLiving
system either by means of the user and installer codes. The control panels can be
reached and configured even when the computer in use is not equipped with INIM
software. An Internet connection is necessary either through a PC or the AlienMobile
app for smartphones and tablets.
All SmartLAN/G equipped SmartLiving control panels are capable of sending event
associated e-mails (SmartLAN/G is an optional accessory board).
The e-mail text, subject, attachments and recipients must be edited by your installer.
No changes whatsoever should be made to the e-mail structure. Each e-mail can be
associated with a subject, a text body (in a format capable of containing a direct link to
a website or to an IP addressable device such as an IP camera) and an attachment
document/file.
For a description of a typical e-mail format, refer to paragraph 5-21-1 e-mail.
In addition to e-mails, the SmartLAN/G board allows you to interface with the control
panel from any computer or mobile phone device (PDA, mobile phone, etc.) via any
Internet browser. The SmartLAN/G board integrates a web-server which allows users to
operate the control panel from remote locations without the need of authentication.
For web-server access and use, refer to paragraph 5-21-2 Access to and use of the Web
interface.
AlienMobile Application
2-10
INIM Electronics now offers SmartLiving control panel users the Alien Mobile application
for smartphones and Android or Apple tablets, in two different versions:
• AlienMobile - free App with basic functions
• AlienMobile+ - purchasable App with advanced functions
The application can be downloaded from an on-line application store (Play store or
Apple app store).
The user, via smartphone or tablet can monitor up to 5 SmartLiving control panels by
means of an interface similar to the one described in this manual for the Alien keypad or
for the web-server interface of the SmartLAN/G board.
It is the installer's task to prepare the control panel for direct connection to the devices
which use the Alien Mobile application and to configure the application for use with the
system to be monitored and, finally, to provide end-users with all the necessary access
data.
For instructions for use and access to the system via Alien Mobile refer to paragraph 522 Using AlienMobile application.
Inim Cloud
2-11
The INIM Electronics Cloud service provides SmartLiving users with a further mode of
intrusion panel management via Internet.
The connection of control panels to the Cloud service is achieved via a web interface
(the AlienMobile+ App or any browser) without any need to configure the network on
which the control panel is installed. In particular, it is not necessary to program a router
to perform port-forwarding and the like in order to reach the control panel.
Intervention with regard programming relating to network operations is not required on
SmartLAN cards, since these cards are programmed by default with DHCP enabled
(option to automatically assign an IP address to the devices on the network).
In order to allow use of the Cloud service, the user must have their own account at
www.inimcloud.com, registered as“User”.
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After login, the user will have access to a customized web interface which provides all
the tools required for supervision of all the control panels registered by the user.
Following is the description of the home page; the presence of each of the following
elements described depends on the activated functions and the page you are accessing:
Table 2-13: Inim cloud - home page
A
Button for the selection of one of the
registered control
panels and description of the selected
control panel.
B
Buttons for access
to the sections
relating to the
selected control
panel (paragraph 527 Use of the Inim
Cloud)
A
C
D
B
F
Description of the
main user and
supervisor.
C
E
The
symbol
indicates Cloud
ownership.
D
Buttons for quick
viewing
E
Buttons for user
profile management
F
Section for the display of all the ongoing alarms and
alarm memories
G
Text section relating to the button
pressed
G
Present at all times in the upper right corner are the buttons for viewing and editing the
profile of the user and control panel registered to the cloud. Editing can be done after
data has been unlocked by clicking on the respective icon
.
In order to use the Inim Cloud services, registration must be carried out also by the
user. For the procedure relating to Cloud registration please refer to paragraph 5-27-1
Registering a control panel to the user account.
The Inim Cloud service provides three different user levels, relating to a single control
panel. The ratings may be different in your profile, depending on the control panel:
• Supervisor, corresponds to the installer who registered the control panel to cloud
and who can, by means of Web interface, supervise the system and who can,
through the SmartLeague software, change its programming.
• Admin, corresponds to the first user who registers the control panel to their own
cloud profile and who can, through a web interface, supervise the system.
And who can, by accessing their own profile (Table 2-13: Inim cloud - home page,
E), delete the control panel from their own account or that of other users.
Furthermore, can pass the title of “Admin” to another user.
• User, is the user who registered the control panel to their own cloud profile and who
can, through a web interface, supervise the system.
And who can, by accessing their own profile (Table 2-13: Inim cloud - home page,
E), delete the control panel from their own account.
USER LEVELS
The “ownership” attribute allows a user to delete a control panel from the supervisor's
account. It can be assigned both the installer and the end user by the installer during
registration of the control panel to cloud.
OWNERSHIP
Therefore, if “owner” is the user, they can enable/disable other users and the installer
who supervises the system.
If, instead, the installer is the “owner” they can enable/disable themselves and the
“Admin” user.
The deletion of a control panel from the profile of a user, supervisor or not, including your own
profile, determines the complete deletion of the control panel from cloud.
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Arming scenarios
2-12
A scenario is a preset arming configuration which applies various operating modes to
the SmartLiving security system partitions (the scenarios are programmed by the
installer in accordance with user requirements).
For example, if all the occupants are leaving the building, you can apply a scenario that
arms all the partitions and activates the outputs which closes the rollerblinds and
switches off the lights. On returning to the building, you can apply a scenario that
disarms some of the partitions (those required) and activates an output which switches
on the garden lights.
Following the activation of a scenario, it is also possible to change the status of several
outputs simultaneously or change the value of the voltage supplied to the outputs and
thus change, for example, the brightness of any lights with this capability.
The installer will set up the and make available the scenarios which best suit user
requirements. Users can activate the scenarios via keypads, readers, remote-control
devices and over-the-phone by means of shortcut commands (refer to Chapter 3 Shortcuts). Scenarios can also be activated via a browser with an web interface for
mobile phones or PCs, or through the Alien Mobile application by accessing the
“Scenarios” section (paragraph 5-2 Arming and disarming partitions).
If the “Show scenario” control panel parameter is active, the left side of the second line
on the screen will display the current scenario.
“SHOW SCENARIO”
If you are using an Alien keypad, the "View partition status" option (refer to paragraph
3-3-3 Remote-control shortcuts) will allow you to select the visualization mode of the
operating status on the bottom bar of the display:
• Single partition - the characters relating to the operating status of the partitions will
be shown, as described in Table 2-2: Display visualization
• Single scenario - the description of the active scenario will be shown
Additionally, tapping the bottom bar on the home page will open (for 3 seconds) a
window containing a list of the active scenarios. If required by programming (paragraph
5-8 Keypad settings), it may request entry of a valid code.
“VIEW PARTITION
STATUS”
Videosurveillance
2-13
The SmartLAN/G board supports JPEG and MJPEG streaming for surveillance cameras,
viewable as a full video or snapshot.
The SmartLiving control panel is capable of managing two types of IP cameras (or
“webcams”), which use one URL address for video viewing:
• static cameras
• cameras with Onvif protocol, which allow user interaction thanks to remote control
capabilities and pre-programmed audio/video profiles
The visualization of the shots (images or video) is achieved by accessing the URL
address of the camera. It can be done via web browser or AlienMobile application,
through the “Camera” section, or by means of the cameras configured inside the
graphic maps.
The user can view the image flow or video in real-time and, solely through the Alien
web-interface, view the image recordings which precede and follow the occurrence of
an event.
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Chapter 3
SHORTCUTS
Keypad shortcuts
The installer can program each Joy, Aria/HG, nCode and Concept keypad with up to 12
shortcuts associated with 4 function keys
. The shortcuts are
identified by icons which appear on the lower part of the display. Arrows to the right and
left of the icons indicate that keys
,
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, will allow you to view and use other shortcuts
(if programmed).
The 12 keypad shortcuts can be activated in 4 different ways, as follows.
1. By ALL. Pressing the respective key
, ...,
will activate the shortcut
instantly without code entry. The shortcut will affect all the keypad partitions.
2. By ALL with confirmation request. Pressing the respective key
, ...,
will prompt the system to ask you if you want to continue or not. If you press
the shortcut will activate instantly, if you press
or
the operation will be
abandoned. This method protects against accidental operations. The shortcut will
affect all the keypad partitions.
3. Code users only. Press the respective key
, ...,
, then enter a valid
code, the shortcut will activate after code recognition. The shortcut will affect the
partitions common to both the keypad and code.
4. Code users only when activation of the shortcut lowers system security.
If a shortcut involves a scenario that completely disarms a partition, or switches a
partition from Away mode to Stay mode, the security of your system will obviously be at risk, therefore, the system will request code entry. The shortcut will
affect the partitions common to both the keypad and code.
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To activate a shortcut, press the key which corresponds to the shortcut icon:
, ...,
. The system will either activate the shortcut instantly (case 1.) or will request Shortcut
confirmation (case 2.) or code entry (cases 3. and 4.) before carrying out the operation. activation
Alien user interfaces do not have function keys
, nor do they
provide access to certain functions via shortcuts. However, the screen provides buttons
which, with a single tap, activate functions and applications. For further details refer to
paragraph 5-20 Alien function keys.
(1.)
Shortcut
activation
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******
Shortcut
activation
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Shortcut with code
Besides the shortcuts provided by keys
have as many as 22 customized (personal) shortcuts.
3-2
, each user code can
Users will be able to access their code-shortcuts only after validating their PINs (refer to
paragraph 2-5-1 Ways of accessing the user menu). Each code can be programmed to
manage:
•
•
Up to 12 shortcuts can be activated by keys
, ...,
and identified by explicit
icons.
Up to 10 shortcuts can be activated by keys
, ...,
. If a code is enabled to
operate the system over-the-phone, these shortcuts will also be available on the
telephone number-keys.
Entry of a code associated with shortcut no.9:
at a keypad with the speaker,
prompts the voice announcement of all the shortcuts assigned to the number keys.
Via Keypad
1. Validating your PIN
2. Access the user menu, using the method described in paragraph 2-5-1 Ways of
accessing the user menu at point 2.
3. Press the key
, ...,
which corresponds to the shortcut icon or press the
key
, ...,
which is assigned to the shortcut.
If the installer has enabled the “Fixed length” option on a user code, the shortcut
assigned to F12 will activate as soon as the user types-in their PIN without need of
touching any other key.
“FIXED LENGTH”
Over-the-phone
1.
2.
3.
4.
Establish communication with the control panel.
Type in your code followed by “#”.
Listen to the voice prompts regarding the available shortcuts.
Press the number key which corresponds to the required shortcut.
Key and Reader shortcuts
nBy/S and nBy/X
Reader shortcuts
3-3
3-3-1
Hold a valid key in the vicinity of the reader, as soon as the reader accepts the key, a
series of visual signals on the reader LEDs will indicate the various shortcuts.
When the required shortcut is indicated, remove the key to activate the corresponding
shortcut action.
The visual signals on the Reader LEDs are as follows (refer to Table 2-10: Reader LEDs
with key at reader).
1. Red LED on for 3 seconds - shortcut associated with the red LED of the reader
or first shortcut of the key
2. Blue LED on for 3 seconds - shortcut associated with the blue LED of the
reader or second shortcut of the key
3. Green LED on for 3 seconds - shortcut associated with the green LED of the
reader or third shortcut of the key
4. Yellow LED on for 3 seconds - shortcut associated with the yellow LED of the
reader or fourth shortcut of the key
5. All LEDs on for 3 seconds - first shortcut associated with the user key
6. All LEDs off for 3 seconds - disarm all the partitions.
7. If the key is not removed, the reader will run through the entire sequence again
starting from the red LED. Selection of the desired shortcut (indicated by a specific LED) will not occur until the key is removed.
If, during this phase, any of the partitions are armed, the LED sequence will start at
point 6.
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If the installer has enabled option “50131ReadLedOFF”, the reader LEDs will be off,
therefore, if you wish to activate a shortcut, you must:
“50131READERLEDOFF”
1. Wave the key across the sensitive area of the reader: the LEDs will signal the
respective status for 30 seconds.
2. During this 30 second period, hold a valid key in the vicinity of the reader in order
to generate the shortcut, as previously described.
Shortcuts on the built-in
readers of keypads
Users must hold their digital keys in the vicinity of the built-in reader (the position of
the reader is indicated by
, instead, on the Alien keypad it is positioned on the lower
right-hand corner of the frontplate).
3-3-2
User key
Arm/Disarm
Scenario 003
Partitions ready
The key and reader shortcuts will flash one-by-one at 3 second intervals on the keypad
display. When the required shortcut is indicated, remove the key to activate the
corresponding action.
3 seconds
The shortcuts appear on the display in the following order:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Description of the first reader shortcut for 3 seconds
Description of the second reader shortcut for 3 seconds
Description of the third reader shortcut for 3 seconds
Description of the fourth reader shortcut for 3 seconds
Description of the fourth reader shortcut for 3 seconds
“Disarm” (disarms all the partitions) for 3 seconds
Then back to point 1. and run through the sequence until the user removes the
key, thus selecting the shortcut described in the moment key is removed.
If, during this phase, any of the partitions are armed, the LED sequence will start at
point 6.
Remote-control
shortcuts
User key
Arm/Disarm
Scenario 004
Partit. notReady
3 seconds
User key
Activate Output
Cancel
3-3-3
To activate the installer-programmed shortcuts assigned to the 4 keys
, ...,
on
the remote-control device, simply push the button which corresponds to the desired
command. The successful outcome of the operation will be signaled by audible and
visual feedback (refer to Table 2-11: Feedback signals provided by KF100 wireless
remote-control).
Shortcut list
3-4
For the complete list of shortcuts refer to the table in Appendix B, Shortcuts at default.
Shortcuts 0 to 8, shown in the table, carry out the specified actions instantly.
Shortcut 9
Shortcut 17
can be activated over-the-phone only (telephone shortcut).
can be activated over-the-phone or at a keypad.
All other shortcuts (from 10 to 16 and from 18 to 37) provide direct access to specified
sections in the user menu, therefore, can be activated at keypads only.
Shortcut on event
3-5
The shortcuts on events are control panel functions which are triggered (activated) by
the occurrence of an event.
The definition of these functions and their triggers can be achieved only through
appropriate programming of the SmartLiving control panel by the installer and cannot
done by the user.
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Chapter 4
VOICE FUNCTIONS
If the SmartLiving control panel is equipped with a SmartLogos30M voice board, you
will be able to take advantage of all the voice functions provided by the JOY/MAX, Aria/
HG and Alien keypads, including the over-the-phone voice guide.
Your installer will program the voice messages you require:
• for event-associated calls
• for event-associated announcements on the keypad at address 1
All keypads with voice functions provides a voice memo-box for the recording and
playback of messages. This handy function will allow you to leave messages for other
users who have access to the keypad; refer to paragraph 5-3 Voice box and intercom
functions. You can record, play and delete messages at your own discretion.
The presence of a new memo in the memo-box will be indicated on the blue LED on the
keypad, as described in Table 2-6: Keypad LEDs.
The SmartLogos30M voice board provides a total of 60 seconds memo time (shared by
all the voice-capable keypads in the system).
15 memo slots are available.
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Chapter 5
USING THE SYSTEM
This chapter describes all the operations users can carry out with or without
authorization (user PIN entry). The tools and methods which allow access the system
operations are as follows.
The system can be accessed:
• via Keypad - Joy, Aria, nCode/G, Concept/G
in which case the user can operate the system in two ways:
1. by means of shortcuts (refer to paragraph 3-1 Keypad shortcuts);
2. by means of access codes via the user menu (refer to paragraph 2-5 User Codes
and paragraph 3-2 Shortcut with code). Users have various ways of viewing their
personal menus (refer to paragraph 2-5-1 Ways of accessing the user menu). However, this chapter describes only the procedures starting from the menu with visual
information relating to the sections described at point 1 in paragraph 2-5-1 Ways of
accessing the user menu.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
via Keypad Alien
in this case, users are provided with buttons, displayed on the screen, that with a
single tap activate functions and applications. For further details refer to paragraph 520 Alien function keys.
via Reader (nBy, built-in reader on keypads)
The proximity-key reader provides users with only one way of accessing the system, as
described in paragraph 3-3 Key and Reader shortcuts.
Over-the-phone
During a call from/to the control panel after valid code (PIN) entry.
Via Command Zone
After violation of a duly-programmed zone which sends a command to the control
panel.
Via Wireless remote-control device
by means of keys
, ...,
, as described in paragraph 2-6-1 Air2-KF100 Wireless
keyfobs.
Via Web
by means of the integrated web-server on the SmartLAN/G (if installed) via any
browser (refer to paragraph 5-21-2 Access to and use of the Web interface).
Via AlienMobile Application
In this case, users are provided with buttons, on the screen of their smartphones,
which activate functions and applications from remote locations (refer to paragraph 522 Using AlienMobile application).
Via Inim Cloud
by means of a browser, the user can access a customized web interface which provides
all the registered control panels (refer to paragraph 2-11 Inim Cloud and paragraph 527 Use of the Inim Cloud).
Managing alarms
5-1
This paragraph describes the actions users can take during typical alarm and tamper
conditions:
• Stop alarms - deactivates instantly the outputs activated by zone/partition alarm and
tamper events and system tamper events.
The system tamper events are:
•• Open panel
•• Dislodged panel
•• Peripheral tamper (expansion, keypad, reader)
•• Peripheral loss (expansion, keypad, reader)
• Clear call queue - clears the outgoing call queue and stops any ongoing calls.
• DeleteAlarm mem. - implements a “Stop alarms” operation and, at the same time,
deletes memory of system and partition alarm and tamper events.
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Via Keypad
Method 1
Activate the shortcuts associated with keys
, ...,
shown on the display, with
or without code entry:
• The shortcut which is assigned to “Alarm menu” menu operations (shortcut n.13:
) allows you to view the respective section. You can select one of the following
•
options, using keys
and
and activate it by means of the
•• Stop alarms
•• Clear call queue
•• DeleteAlarm mem.
The following shortcuts activate the associated commands:
•• Shortcut n.2:
“Stop alarms”
•• Shortcut n.3:
“Clear call queue”
•• Shortcut n.4:
“DeleteAlarm mem.”;
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Method 2
key:
Alarm
stopped
Call queue
cleared
Memory
deleted
Method 2
Access the “Alarm management” section (user menu) by means of a valid PIN.
Type in code
******
Follow the instructions described in Method 1.
Via Alien touch screen
Access the “Menu” section by tapping
“Actions” section.
, type-in the user code and then access the
This section contains a list of control panel commands which can be activated by
tapping ON, commands such as:
• Stop alarms
• Clear call queue
• Clear alarm memory
Method 2
User Code
Manage alarms
Arm/Disarm op.
Voice functions
Method 2
Via Reader
Hold a valid key in the vicinity of the reader until the reader LEDs or display indicates
"Stop alarms" (shortcut n.2), “Clear call queue” (shortcut n.3) or “DeleteAlarm mem.”
(shortcut n.4).
Over-the-phone
Type-in the PIN of a user code followed by “#” (the user code must be enabled to
operate the system over-the-phone), then press the key (from “0” to “9”) which the
installer has programmed to activate “Stop alarms” (Shortcut n.2), “Clear call queue”
(shortcut n.3) or “DeleteAlarm mem.” (shortcut n.4).
Method 1
Manage alarms
Stop alarms
Clear call queue
DeleteAlarm mem.
Via Wireless remote-control device
Push the respective button on the remote-control device and verify the outcome of the
requested operation, as described in paragraph 2-6-1 Air2-KF100 Wireless keyfobs.
Via Web and AlienMobile
First access the “Intrusion” section, then the “Partitions” section.
This section contains the list of partitions the user can control, the SET button opens a
window containing a list of commands for the partition. The RESET button
deletes
the alarm memory and, if allowed, also tamper memory.
Via Inim Cloud
Viewing and management of alarms by means of access to the cloud is possible in the
following ways:
• If alarms or alarm memories relating to any of the registered control panels are
present, they will be listed in the dedicated section in the centre of the page (Table
2-13: Inim cloud - home page, F).
Alongside each of them you will find an Ok button that will allow you to confirm
display of the alarm event.
•
The Events
button provides access to the viewing of all the events of the selected
control panel. The alarm events can be identified by the
There is also a
Using the system
icon.
button to confirm the visualization of all the ongoing alarms.
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•
The button for quick viewing
(Table 2-13: Inim cloud - home page, D) opens a
window containing a list of the last 4 alarm events. This window also provides a
button that accesses the events sections of the selected control panel.
When required, this button shows the number of alarm events of all the registered
control panels for which viewing has not been confirmed.
5-2
Arming and disarming partitions
You can arm/disarm the system partitions via keypad, reader, over-the-phone, zone
command, wireless command, Internet, as follows.
If you request an arm-partition command at a keypad (for one or more partitions) and
not all the zones involved are in standby status (thus execution of the command would
generate an instant alarm), the keypad will provide a list of the zones concerned.
Zone not ready
Panel
T01
Panel
T02
Panel
T03
You can scroll the list and check the zones which are not in standby status (open
zones). If you wish to implement the command, the visualized zones will generate an
instant alarm.
If you request an arm-partition command at a keypad (for one or more partitions) and
conditions (programmed by the installer) which lower the security of the system are
present, the keypad will provide a list of the conditions concerned, as shown in the
figure opposite.
You can scroll the list and view the conditions which lower the security of the system.
If you wish to implement the command, you must use a keypad and press
. Arming
the system under such circumstances will generate a “Forced arming” on partition
event. This event highlights the fact that partitions were armed when conditions which
lowered the security of the system were present (for example, “Low battery” or “Mains
failure”). If, however, the installer included the “LossTamp.ongoing” event in the list of
conditions which lower security, and this condition is active, you can cancel the
operation by pressing
Faults present
Low battery
Tel. line down
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.
Via Keypad
Method 1
Activate the shortcuts associated with keys
or without code entry:
•
, ...,
(shown on the display) with
The shortcut that is assigned to “Arm/Disarm” operations (shortcut n.1:
applies the pre-set scenario.
)
If the shortcut is activated by the entry of a code PIN with the “Fixed Length”
attribute, and if all the partitions the user controls are disarmed, they will switch
status and arm; likewise, if all the partitions the user controls are armed they will
switch status and disarm.
•
Method 2
Armed in
Away mode
Method 1
Type in code
******
The shortcut assigned to “Arm/Disarm Menu” (shortcut n.12:
), allows you to
view the respective section and arm (in Stay or Away mode) or disarm each partition
separately.
Method 2
and
User Code
Manage alarms
Arm/Disarm op.
Voice functions
Access the “Arm/Disarm” section of the user menu by means of a valid code PIN. Follow
the instructions described in Method 1.
Method 2
1. Select the desired partition, using keys
and .
2. Select the required operating mode for the selected partition, using keys
.
3. Once you have set up the required operations for all the partitions, press
.
Method 2
Method 3
While the entry time is still running (refer to “Entry time” in Appendix A, Glossary), type
in a valid code (the code must have access to the “Arm/Disarm” section of the user
menu), the partitions the code and keypad concerned have in common will disarm
instantly.
Method 1
Arm/Disarm op.
PARTITION
001
Away
ADS-------
Via Alien touch screen
The Alien keypad allow users to activate the programmed scenarios and also set up the
arming mode of the partitions they control (have access to):
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•
Access the “Scenarios” section by tapping
. This section provides a list of the
scenarios which can be activated by means of the ACTIVATE button.
•
Access the “Intrusion” section by tapping
, type-in the user code and then
access the “Partitions” section.
This section displays the partitions separately. You can scroll and select a partition by
means of the right/left scroll keys and then select the arming mode by means if up/
down keys. To apply the selected arming mode tap OK.
Via Reader
Hold a valid key in the vicinity of the reader and remove it when “Arm/Disarm”
(shortcut n.1) is indicated on the LEDs (the system will apply the preset scenario).
Over-the-phone
Type in a valid code PIN followed by “#”. Press the number key (from “0” to “9”)
associated with the “Arm/Disarm” shortcut (shortcut n.1) in order to apply the pre-set
scenario.
Via Command Zone
Under normal circumstances, a command zone comprises a mechanical key-lock or call
point which activates an electrical contact wired to the command zone. In accordance
with how the command zone is configured, it is possible to:
• arm the partitions the zone belongs to
• disarm the partitions the zone belongs to
• switch the status of the partitions (arm any disarmed partitions and disarm any
armed partitions, refer to “Switch Zone” in Appendix A, Glossary)
• arm the partitions the zone belongs to when the command zone is violated, and
disarm the partitions the zone belongs to when it restores to standby
Via Wireless remote-control device
Push the respective button on the remote-control device and verify the outcome of the
requested operation, as described in paragraph 2-6-1 Air2-KF100 Wireless keyfobs.
Via Auto-arm operations
If a partition is associated with a timer which controls automatic-arming operations, it
will arm when the timer switches ON and disarm when the timer switches OFF. Users
who are enabled to control Auto-arm operations (refer to paragraph 5-4 Activations)
must:
• activate the timer associated with the Auto-arm operations
• enable the Auto-arm option for the partitions concerned
Via Web and AlienMobile
Access to the system via web browser and mobile phone allows users to activate the
programmed scenarios and also set up the arming mode of the partitions the users
controls:
• Access “Scenarios” section This section provides a list of the scenarios which can be
activated by means of the ACTIVATE button.
The description of the current scenario is displayed on the bar on the bottom left of
the screen.
• First access “Intrusion” the section and then the “Partitions” section.
This section contains the list of partitions the user can control, the SET button opens
a window containing the buttons for the arming mode settings.
•• AWAY arming mode arms the perimeter and internal zones and the icon becomes
•• STAY arming mode arms the perimeter zones of the partition and the icon becomes
•• INSTANT arming mode arms the partition in instant mode and the icon becomes
•• DISARM disables the partition and the icon becomes
The button indicating the active arming mode will be highlighted by a different colour to
the other buttons.
Via Inim Cloud
The Inim cloud allows users to activate the programmed scenarios and also set up the
arming mode of the partitions of the selected control panel:
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•
Access the “Scenarios” section by pressing
.
This section provides a list of the scenarios which can be activated by means of the
ACTIVATE button.
By clicking on the arrow button relating to a scenario you can view the status of all
the partitions involved in the scenario.
The description of the current scenario can be viewed on the home page.
•
Access the “Partitions and Zones” section by pressing
.
This section contains a list of all the partitions available for the user and the
respective buttons for a zones list and arming mode.
Voice box and intercom
functions
5-3
Voice communication during keypad-to-keypad intercom calls is one-way, therefore, only
one person should speak while the other listens. The user who wishes to speak must
activate the intercom function on the keypad they are using.
The voice functions are:
• Record - starts the recording phase of the memo in the memo-box of the keypad
you are working on.
• Playback - starts the playback phase of the message in the memo-box of the
keypad you are working on.
• Delete - deletes the memo in the memo-box of the keypad you are working on.
• Intercom - allows voice communication with another voice-capable keypad.
Via Keypad
Method 1
Activate the shortcuts associated with keys
or without code entry:
•
, ...,
(shown on the display) with
The shortcut assigned to the “Voice functions menu” (shortcut n.14:
) allows
you to view the “Voice functions” section. Select the required function by means of
keys
and
then press
.
•• Record/Playback - the operation time-out (expressed in seconds) will be
signaled by a counter and a progress bar on the display. If you wish to interrupt
the record/playback operation manually, press
, otherwise, it will end
automatically when the pre-set time-out expires. You can adjust the volume
during the playback phase using keys
and
.
•• Delete - this operation must be confirmed by pressing
•
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Method 1
Method 2
•• IntercomCall - the display provides the list of keypads you can call. Use
and
to select the keypad you wish to contact, then press
to start the
call. The recipient keypad will emit an audible signal to indicate the incoming call
and the display will appear as shown in the figure. The recipient can press
to
answer the call or
to reject it. Both the caller and the call recipient can end
the call by pressing
. The volume can be adjusted during the listen phase by
pressing keys
and
.
Type in code
******
The “IntercomCall" shortcut (shortcut n.11:
described “Intercom call" section.
User Code
Manage alarms
Arm/Disarm op.
Voice functions
) allows you to view the previously
Method 2
Access the "Voice functions" section of the user menu by entering a valid PIN code.
Method 2
Follow the instructions described in Method 1.
Via Alien touch screen
Method 2
When accessing the voice functions via the Alien touch screen, first access the “Apps”
section by tapping the
button then access the “Voice functions” section. Following
is a list of the sections relating to each function which can be activated by tapping the
respective ON button:
• Record
• Play
• Delete
• Intercom
The sections accessed through the touch screen reproduce the same voice functions as
those previously described for keypads with keys.
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Play
Delete
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Activations
5-4
The activation/deactivation of the SmartLiving system peripherals and elements
(described in the following section) enables them to operate in accordance with their
settings (activation) or disables their functions completely (deactivation). The user has
full control over activation/deactivation of the SmartLiving system peripherals and
elements.
The following section describes the consequences of activation/deactivation.
• Zone - disabled zones cannot generate alarms (bypassed).
• Auto-arm operations - can be activated/deactivated separately on each single
partition. If this option is enabled on a partition, it will arm and disarm in accordance
with the On/Off settings of the respective timer.
• Codes - deactivated (disabled) codes cannot access the system.
Activation/Deactivation can be achieved only on hierarchically inferior codes (refer to
paragraph 2-5 User Codes).
• Keys - deactivated (disabled) keys cannot access the system.
• Keypads - deactivated (disabled) keypads do not permit code entry (or access to
the menu), therefore, they cannot manage shortcuts. However, the LEDs and display
will be refreshed.
• Readers - deactivated (disabled) readers cannot provide access to the system,
therefore, cannot accept keys or generate commands. However, the LEDs will
indicate the current status of the system.
• Timers - activated timers (On) manage their associated elements (partitions, codes,
keys) in accordance with their settings. Deactivated timers cannot time-manage
their associated elements, therefore, they will function in accordance with Timer Off
status.
All the timers will be activated automatically when you exit the programming session. You must
deactivate timers which are not used for system control purposes.
•
•
•
•
Dialler - a deactivated (disabled) dialler cannot send voice or digital calls. However,
if duly programmed, it will be able to manage incoming calls.
Answerphone function - if activated (enabled), the control panel will answer incoming
calls with the prerecorded voice message (“Answerphone message”).
InternetTeleser. - if activated when the Answerphone option is enabled, the
control panel will answer incoming calls with the prerecorded voice message.
Teleservice - if activated (enabled), the installer will be able to access the system
via modem. The teleservice call allows the installer to work on the control panel
parameters. Teleservice operations involve a request from you and the installers
acceptance, therefore, this option needs to be enabled only when required.
If the “Answerphone” and “Teleservice” functions are both enabled, the control panel will give
incoming-call priority to the teleservice call. After picking up the call, the control panel will allow
the installer-company modem 30 seconds to establish communication. If the modem fails to
communicate within this period, the control panel will play the pre-recorded “Answerphone” voice
message.
•
•
•
•
Note
Note
Internet access - If this option is enabled, and the system is equipped with a
SmartLAN/G board, the control panel will allow user-authorized access to the system
via LAN/Internet. If this option is disabled, the control panel will allow userauthorized access to the system via teleservice (if authorized).
Enable install. - If enabled, the Installer PIN will be accepted by the system and
the installer will have access to the Installer menu. If disabled, entry of the installer
PIN will generate an “Invalid Code” event and the installer will be denied access to
the respective menu.
Sync IP2RX - if activated, the control panel will send a specific string to the IP2RX
software in order to allow its identification.
Cloud registration- this section allows the SmartLiving panel to access INIM
Electronics cloud service (paragraph 5-27 Use of the Inim Cloud).
Via Keypad
Method 1
Activate the shortcuts associated with keys
or without code entry:
•
, ...,
(shown on the display) with
The shortcut assigned to the “Activations menu” (shortcut n.15:
to view the respective section in the user menu, where you can:
), allows you
1. Use keys
and
followed by
to select the category of elements you
wish to activate/deactivate (zones, codes, etc.).
2. Use keys
and
activate/deactivate.
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to select the single element you wish to
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3. Use
•
to activate the selected element or
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to deactivate it.
Other shortcuts which provide direct access to sub-sections of the “Activations”
section are:
•• Shortcut n.19 (
) accesses “Activations/Zones”
•• Shortcut n.22 (
) accesses “Activations/Answerphone”
•• Shortcut n.23 (
) accesses “Activations/Teleservice”
•• Shortcut n.24 (
) accesses “Activations/Codes”
•• Shortcut n.25 (
) accesses “Activations/Keys”
•• Shortcut n.26 (
) accesses “Activations/Timers”
•• Shortcut n.27 (
) accesses “Activations/Auto-arm”
Method 1
Method 2
Type in code
******
Method 2
Method 2
Access the “Activations” section of the user menu by means of a valid code PIN.
User Code
Arm/Disarm op.
Voice functions
Activations
Follow the instructions described in Method 1.
Via Alien touch screen
Access the “Menu” section by tapping
“Activations” section.
, type-in the user code and then access the
Here are listed the sections relating to the elements you can activate by tapping the
ACTIVATE button.
Method 2
ACTIVATIONS
Zones
Codes
Keys
Each section presents its own elements arranged in list form. Each element is
associated with two buttons - ON for activation and OFF for inhibition, and an icon
which changes in accordance with the status:
•
- activated/enabled
•
- deactivated/disabled
Via Web and AlienMobile
First access the “Intrusion” section, then the “Zones” section.
ZONE ACTIVATIONS
Panel
T01
Panel
T02
Panel
T03
“Zones” section contains a list of the zones available to the user, and each zone
provides the following keys:
•
ON - enables the zone and the corresponding icon becomes
•
OFF - inhibits the zone and the corresponding icon becomes
Via Inim Cloud
Using the
button access the “Partitions and Zones” section
This section contains a list of the partitions of the selected control panel.
By clicking on the relative arrow key, it is possible to list the zones for each partition
and change the enabled status of each of them.
View
5-5
This section allows you to view the events log and the current status of some of the
system peripherals and elements.
The “Events log”, “Alarms log”, “Faults log” and “Arm/Disarm op.” allow you to view the
start and end of the corresponding events in chronological order.
The “Nexus status” section shows (on the display) some of the parameters of the Nexus
dialler.
The “System voltage” section allows you to view the respective voltage panel.
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The “Zone Status” section shows the status of the zone (Standby, Alarm, Shorted,
Tamper) and its inhibited status (Unbypassed - capable of generating alarms, or
Bypassed - incapable of generating alarms).
The “Faults” section allows you to view current faults only (refer to Appendix C, Fault
signals).
The “Panel version” section allows you to view the firmware version and model of your
SmartLiving control panel.
When viewing the wireless zones, the last line on the display indicates the level of signal
strength on a scale of 0 to 7; the higher the value the better the signal.
If
•
•
•
•
•
you access the control panel via browser, it will be possible to view the status of:
Partitions
menu
Zone n.77
PanelVersion
outputs
Standby Unbypsed
timer
6.10 01050
events log
Via Keypad
Method 1
Activate the shortcuts associated with keys
or without code entry:
, ...,
•
Shortcut n.28 (
) accesses “View/Events log”
•
Shortcut n.29 (
) accesses “View/Alarms log”
•
Shortcut n.30 (
) accesses “View/Faults log”
•
Shortcut n.31 (
) accesses “View/Arm/Disarm op.”
(shown on the display) with
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User access to the information in the “Logs” is filtered. For example, a user can view
only the zone alarms relating to the partitions the code and keypad concerned have
in common.
Use key
or
to scroll the chronological events list.
For some events, key
allows you to view the partitions details. For example, the
details of an “Arm” command will show the code and keypad concerned and, if you
press , the list of partitions involved.
•
Shortcut n.16 (
) accesses “View/NexusStatus”:
1° line: GSM network provider (Wind, Tim, Vodafone, etc.), on the left side and BUS
connections on the right side of the string:
- if nothing appears, it means that the Nexus/G is connected to the BUS
- if the letter “G” appears, it means that the Nexus/G is connected to the BUS
and that the GPRS service is available
- if the letter “C” appears, it means that the Nexus/G is connected to the BUS
and that a teleservice request (TCP connection) or SIA-IP event report is being
sent
- if “--” appears, it means that the Nexus is connected to the BUS
2° line: GSM signal reception (value between 1 and 100)
3° line: balance, at the last operation (expressed in the local currency)
4° line: faults present - access the “View-Faults” section for details.
•
Shortcut n.32 (
) accesses “View/System voltage”
•
Shortcut n.33 (
) accesses “View/Zone status”
Use keys
and
to scroll the list of accessible zones. The display shows the
following zone parameters:
1° line: zone description
2° line: zone status (“Standby”, “Alarm”, “Short”, “Tamper”), its activation status (“unbypassed” - capable of generating alarms, or “bypassed” - incapable of generating alarms)
3° line: various indications depending on the device type:
- wireless zone; wireless signal reception level
- level of smoke present in the smoke detection chamber of the Air2-FD100
smoke detector, expressed in mdB/m
4° line: level of contamination present in the smoke detection chamber of Air2-FD100
smoke detector (%)
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Method 2
Type in code
******
User Code
Voice functions
Activations
View
VIEW
Events log
Alarms log
Faults log
Method 1
Valid code
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KEYP. 001
Valid Code
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001
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It is advisable to clean the detector when the value exceeds 90%.
•
Shortcut n.36 (
Note
) accesses “View/Faults”
Method 2
Access the “View” section of the User menu by means of a valid PIN. Follow the
instructions described in Method 1.
Via Alien touch screen
It is possible to view the status of the system elements through the various section the
user has access to:
•
Access the “Intrusion” section by tapping the
following sections will be available:
button, enter the user code. The
•• “Zones” - the zones are listed in this section along with their status icons
(positioned to the left of each zone description):
•
- green spot - standby status
•
- red spot - alarm status
•
- yellow triangle - fault/tamper
Each zone is associated with two buttons, ON for activation and OFF for
inhibition, and an icon which changes in accordance with the status:
•
- activated/enabled
•
- deactivated/disabled
•• “Events Log” - all the events saved to the log are displayed one at a time.
However, the up/down keys will allow you to scroll the entire list of events.
Each event shows the relative details and, where possible, allows you to view the
partitions involved by means of the PARTITIONS button.
•
Access the “System” section by tapping the
following sections will be available:
button, enter the user code. The
•• “Faults” - this section allows you to view all the faults present on the system and,
where possible, the fault details by means of the DETAILS button.
•• “Voltage” - this section allows you to view the control panel power-supply
voltage.
•• “GSM info” - this section allows you to view the parameters of the Nexus GSM
communicator.
Via Web and AlienMobile
Access to the system via web browser and mobile phone allows users to view other
parts of the system through their respective sections:
• Partitions
• Zones
• Commands
Following is a table showing the meaning of the various icons positioned at the side of
the description of the element displayed:
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Table 5-1: Viewing via web browser and mobile device
Section
Icon
Section
Disarmed
Icon
Activated
Output status
Armed in Away
mode
Armed in Stay
mode
Deactivated
Armed/Disarmed
status of partition/zone
Armed in instant
mode
Partitions/
Zones
Disarmed
Standby
Alarm
Tamper or fault
Partition/Zone
alarm status
An alarm or tamper event in
memory
Zone shorted
Zones
Zone active
Zone deactivated
Zone activation
status
Activated
Timers
Timer status
Deactivated
•
•
Events log - first access the “Intrusion” section then the “Events log”.
A window will appear which provides buttons to indicate the number of events to be
viewed, starting from the last.
Once accessed, this section provides a list of events with the respective details and
the relative PARTITIONS button which, if pressed, opens a window containing a list
of the partitions involved in the event.
System info - the “System” section provides the following sub-sections:
•• “Faults list” - a window showing a list of the faults present on the system.
•• “Voltage” - this window allows you to view the control panel power-supply
voltage.
•• “GSM info” - this window allows you to view the parameters of the Nexus GSM
communicator.
Via Graphic maps
The visualization of the status and supervision of the SmartLiving system and its parts
can be done through the graphic maps, function which can be accessed through the
Alien keypad or web interface.
Refer to paragraph 5-24 Graphic maps.
Via Inim Cloud
The web interface of the cloud allows visualization of the status and the supervision of
the elements of the SmartLiving system in different ways:
•
The home page (accessible also by means of the
button) provides, in the
bottom centre section of the page (Table 2-13: Inim cloud - home page, G), the
immediate display of the following elements of the selected control panel:
•• Current scenario (with access to all the programmed scenarios)
•• Active outputs (with access to all the “Smart Home” outputs)
•• Status of the thermostat (with access to the “Climate” section)
•• Armed partitions
•• Bypassed zones
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•
•
The buttons for access to the sections of the selected control panel (Table 2-13:
Inim cloud - home page, B). For further information refer to paragraph 5-27 Use of
the Inim Cloud.
The buttons for quick viewing of the events of all the registered control panels (Table
2-13: Inim cloud - home page, D):
••
opens a window containing a list of the last 4 fault events.
••
opens a window containing a list of the last 4 events on the control panel
and cloud.
These windows also provide a button that accesses the events section of the
selected control panel.
Where necessary, these buttons show the number of events of all the registered
control panels not yet viewed.
Activation of outputs
5-6
This section allows you to activate/deactivate manually the outputs the code is enabled
to work on.
You can activate/deactivate low-power open-collector or relay outputs and view their
status by means of the respective icons.
You can activate/deactivate high-power relay outputs and view their supplied voltage
and relative power factor (cosij).
You can view the supplied voltage of dimmer outputs and manage their settings by
means of the scroll bar.
Via Keypad
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Method 1
Activate the shortcuts associated with keys
or without code entry:
•
, ...,
(shown on the display) with
The shortcut assigned to “Output control” (shortcut n.21:
), allows you to view
the “Outputs ON/OFF” section of the user menu where you can:
1. Use keys
and
to select the output you wish to activate/deactivate.
2. Press
to activate the selected output or
to deactivate it.
If the output is a dimmer output, you can increase or decrease its power supply by
means of keys
and
.
•
The shortcut assigned to the “Activate outputs” operation (shortcut n.5:
activate the output when the respective button is pressed.
•
The shortcut assigned to the “Deactiv. outputs” (shortcut n.6:
the output when the respective button is pressed.
Output
activated
Output
deactivate
Type in code
******
) will
) will deactivate
Method 2
Access the “Outputs ON/OFF” section of the user menu by typing-in a valid PIN.
Method 2
Method 2
User Code
Activations
View
Outputs ON/OFF
Follow the instructions described in Method 1.
Via Alien touch screen
Access the “Commands” section by tapping the
button, then select the required
sub-section:
• “Home automation” - accesses the outputs of the home automation system without
the need of code entry.
• “Intrusion” - accesses the outputs of the intrusion control system after typing-in a
valid user code.
The available outputs are listed in both sections.
Method 2
Method 1
Outputs ON/OFF
RELAY
001
OUTPUT
001
OUTPUT
002
The activatable outputs are associated with two buttons, ON for activation and OFF for
deactivation, and an icon which changes accordingly:
•
- output activated
•
- output deactivated
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High-power relay outputs and dimmer outputs have a scroll bar for the visualization of
their supplied power/current, together with the numerical value and power factor
(cosij). These values can be adjusted using the “+” and “-” keys.
Via Reader
Hold a valid digital key in the vicinity of the reader until the reader LEDs or display
indicates "Activate outputs” (shortcut n.5) or “Deactiv. outputs” (shortcut n.6).
Over-the-phone
Type-in the PIN of a user code followed by “#” then press the key (from “0” to “9”)
which the installer has programmed to trigger “Activate outputs” (shortcut n.5) or
“Deactiv. outputs” (shortcut n.6).
Via Wireless remote-control device
Push the respective button on the remote-control device and verify the outcome of the
requested operation, as described in paragraph 2-6-1 Air2-KF100 Wireless keyfobs.
Via Web and AlienMobile
Access the “Commands” section.
This section provides a list of the control panel outputs and two buttons:
•
ON to activate the output, when activated the corresponding icon becomes
•
OFF to deactivate the output, when deactivated the corresponding icon becomes
•
a scroll bar for adjustments to the power/current supplied to the high-power relay
outputs and dimmer outputs (viewable through the web interface only).
Via Inim Cloud
Using the
button, access the “Smart Home” section
This section contains a list of the outputs of the selected control panel. A button is
available for the activation/deactivation of each output (On/Off).
In the case of a dimmer output, a scroll bar is available for the adjustment of the
supplied power/voltage.
Change date and time
5-7
This option allows you to set the date and time in accordance with the selected format.
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Method 1
Activate the “Date/Time” shortcut (shortcut n.35
, ...,
shown on the display, with or without code entry, to access the user
menu at the “Set date/time” section.
1. Use keys
and
utes, etc.).
2. Use keys
3. Press
and
Method 2
), associated with one of the keys
Type in code
******
to select the programming field you wish to change (hour, minMethod 2
to change the selected field.
to save the setting.
Method 2
Access the “Keypad date/time” section on the User menu by means of a valid PIN.
Follow the instructions described in Method 1.
User Code
View
Outputs ON/OFF
Set date/time
Via Alien touch screen
Access the “Settings” by tapping the
, button, type-in a valid user code , then
access the “Date/Time - Change PIN - Tel. Numbers” section.
This section allows you to access and change the date and time of the control panel
clock. Changes can be made using the left/right and up/down scroll keys and confirmed
by the OK key.
Using the system
Method 2
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Keypad settings
5-8
This option allows you to configure the displays and buzzers of the keypads which
access to the SmartLiving system.
The parameters which are available depend on the type of keypad.
• Brightness - for the adjustment of the brightness of the display backlight and key
LEDs when any key is pressed (duration 20 seconds).
• Standby brightness - for the adjustment of the brightness of the display backlight
and key LEDs when the keypad is in standby status.
• Contrast - for the adjustment of the black/white contrast.
• Volume - for the adjustment of the buzzer volume.
•
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Keypad options:
•• Temperature off - if enabled, the temperature value read by the built-in
temperature sensor will not be shown (only on temperature-sensor equipped
keypads).
•• NoExitTimeSignal - if enabled, the buzzer will not emit audible signals during
partition Exit time.
•• NOEntryTimeSignal - if enabled, the buzzer will not emit audible signals during
partition Entry time.
•• Beep on output - if enabled, the buzzer will emit audible signals during partition
Exit time.
•• Disable chime - if enabled, the buzzer will not emit audible signals when a bell
zone is violated.
•• LED OFF in standby - If enabled, in the event of inactivity on the keypad for at
least 40 seconds, the respective LEDs will go off.
These settings apply only to the keypad you are working on, and will be saved even in
the event of panel shutdown.
Via Keypad
Method 1
Activate the shortcut assigned to “Keypad settings” (shortcut n.18:
), associated
with one of the following keys
, ...,
shown on the display, with or without
code entry, to access the “Keypad settings” section of the user menu.
1. Use
and
, followed by
Type in code
******
Method 2
User Code
Outputs ON/OFF
Set date/time
Keypad settings
Method 2
Method 1
Keypad settings
Brightness
BrightnessStdby
Contrast
to select the parameters to be programmed.
2. Use keys
and
to increase or decrease the value of the selected
parameter. To activate the selected option press
, to deactivate it press
.
3. Press
to save.
Method 2
Access the “Keypad settings” section of the user menu by typing-in a valid code PIN.
Follow the instructions described in Method 1.
Via Alien touch screen
Access the “Settings” section by tapping the button
and then access the “Alien” section.
, type-in a valid user code
This section will allow you to view the firmware version of the keypad in use on the
connected control panel and change the parameter settings of the keypad you are
working on.
The settings will be saved even in the event of control-panel shutdown.
• Transparency - for the adjustment of the transparency effect
• Brightness - for the adjustment of screen brightness when touched (duration 45
seconds)
• Standby brightness - for the adjustment of screen brightness when the keypad is
in standby status
• Volume buzzer - for buzzer loudness adjustment
• Volume voice - for the adjustment of the speaker loudness
• Skin - for the selection of one of the skins for the Alien touch screen
• Delay photof. - waiting time before the automatic startup of the photoframe
application during standby status
• Photo int. - interval between the display of photos used by the photoframe
application
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•
Language - for the selection of the language used by the Alien touch screen
interface
• Temperature adjustment - for the adjustment of the temperature shown on the
display
• View partitions - for the visualization of the operating status of the partitions on
the bottom bar of the display
• Exit time - enables/disables the audible signal during exit time
• Entry time - enables/disables the audible signal during entry time
• Bell - enables/disables the audible signal for the bell function
• Temperature - enables/disables the visualization of the temperature on the display
• Tamper - enables/disables the device tamper function (Alien/G only)
• Maps - enables/disables the automatic start up of the graphic maps application
when the keypad is in stand-by
• Show scenario with code - enables/disables the request for user-code entry when
the user taps the lower bar on the home page to view the active scenarios.
• Emergency lights - if enabled, the keypad brightness will increase to the maximum
value during mains power-cut events and will remain so until the mains power
restores to normal
If the SmartLiving control panel is in maintenance status, a list of the following
parameters will be shown:
• Keypad address
• Keypad address - this is the address of the Alien keypad and its integrated reader
• Tamper - enables/disables the device tamper protection (for Alien/G this option is
shown also when the control panel is not in maintenance status); if tamper is
disabled, the upper tool bar on the home page will show the icon:
You can select the parameter by means of “+” and “-”. To confirm changes and exit the
section tap SAVE.
Note
English is the default language of the Alien keypad.
5-9
Change PIN
This section allows you to change the User Code PIN you used for access and also the
PINs of other users with a lower rank in the system hierarchy (refer to paragraph 2-5
User Codes).
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In order to be EN50131 compliant, all PINs must have 6 figures.
Via Keypad
Method 1
Activate the shortcut assigned to the “Change PIN” (shortcut n.34:
) and
Method 2
Type in code
******
associated with one of the following keys
, ...,
shown on the screen, with or
without code entry, to access the “Change PIN” section of the User Menu, where it is
possible to:
1. Use keys
change.
and
followed by
to select the user code you wish to
2. Type-in the new PIN (4, 5 or 6 digits) using keys
, ...,
3. Type-in the new PIN again using keys
and press
, ...,
then press
.
to save.
Method 2
User Code
Date/Time
Keypad settings
Change PIN
Method 2
Access the “Change PIN” section of the user menu by typing-in a valid code PIN.
Method 2
Method 1
Follow the instructions described in Method 1.
Via Alien touch screen
Access the “Settings” section by tapping
, enter a valid user code, then go to
“Date/Time - Change PIN - Tel. Numbers” section, select “Change PIN”.
Change PIN
CODE
CODE
CODE
001
002
003
Select the code you desire from those available on the list. The next step is to change
the code using the screen buttons, tap OK to confirm.
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5-10
Change telephone numbers
Users can change the contact numbers used by the dialler of the SmartLiving control
panel.
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Only contact numbers with at least one partition in common with the entered PIN and
keypad in use will be shown.
Via Keypad
Access the phonebook:
1. Use keys
and
to select the required phone number then press
each programming field accepts a 20 digit phone number.
;
2. Use keys
and
to select the field you wish to change, then use the number
keys (
, etc.) to edit the number. The following characters are also accepted:
“,” (= 2 second pause), “*” and “#”.
3. Press
to confirm and exit.
Via Alien touch screen
Type in code
******
User Code
Keypad settings
Change PIN
TelephoneNumbers
Access the “Settings” section by tapping
, enter a valid user code, then go to
“Date/Time - Change PIN - Tel. Numbers”, then to the “ Tel. Numbers” section.
Select the telephone number you desire from those available on the list. The next step
is to change the number using the screen buttons, tap OK to confirm.
Teleservice request
This command sends a call to the installer company.
Your installer must enable control panel option “Num15ForTeleserv”, otherwise this
function will not be available.
TelephoneNumbers
NUMBER
001
NUMBER
00 2
NUMBER
00 3
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Method 2
Method 1
Activate theshortcut assigned to the “Teleservice req.” (shortcut n.8:
).
Method 2
Type in code
******
Access the “Teleservice request” section of the user menu by typing-in a valid code PIN.
Method 2
Via Alien touch screen
Access the “Menu” section by tapping
“Actions” section.
, type-in the user code and then access the
This section contains a list of control panel commands which can be activated by
tapping ACTIVATE, among them is the “Teleservice”.
Via Reader
User Code
Change PIN
TelephoneNumbers
Teleservice req.
Method 1
Hold a valid digital key in the vicinity of the reader until the reader LEDs or display
indicates "Teleservice Request" (shortcut n.8).
Overtime request
Service call
activated
5-12
This operation can be carried out under the following conditions only.
• The partition concerned must be timer-controlled.
• The auto-arm option must be enabled (refer paragraph 5-4 Activations).
Each overtime request postpones the auto-arming operation by 30 minutes.
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Via Keypad
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Activate the shortcut assigned to the “Overtime” (shortcut n.7:
).
Method 2
Method 2
Access the “Overtime req.” section of the user menu by typing in a valid code PIN.
Via Alien touch screen
Access the “Menu” section by tapping
“Actions” section.
, type-in the user code and then access the
Type in code
******
This section contains a list of control panel commands which can be activated by
tapping ON, amongst which “Overtime request”.
Via Reader
Hold a valid digital key in the vicinity of the reader until the reader LEDs or display
indicates "Overtime" (shortcut n.7).
Over-the-phone
Type-in the PIN of a user code followed by “#”, then press the key (from “0” to “9”)
which the installer has programmed to activate “Overtime” (shortcut n.7).
Via Wireless remote-control device
Method 2
User Code
TelephoneNumbers
Teleservice req.
Overtime request
Method 1
Auto-arming
postponed
Push the respective button on the remote-control device and verify the outcome of the
requested operation, as described in paragraph 2-6-1 Air2-KF100 Wireless keyfobs.
Thermostat
The “Thermostat” function, provided by keypads with temperature sensor, manages the
heating or air-conditioning system in accordance with its setting.
•
- Summer/Cooling: when the sensor detects that the temperature has
risen above the value set by the user, the output connected to the air-conditioning
system will activate (indicated on the display by
).
•
- Winter/Heating: when the sensor detects that the temperature has
fallen below the value set by the user, the output connected to the heating system
will activate (indicated on the display by
).
This function provides 5 operating modes for the user to choose from:
• Off - the thermostat is off; the output associated with the heating or air-conditioning
system is deactivated.
• Manual - the temperature set by the user is valid for 24 hours per day, for 7 days
per week.
• Daily - the temperature set by the user is valid during the selected hours for 7 days
per week.
• Weekly - the temperature set by the user is valid during the selected hours on
specific days of the week.
• Antifreeze - this is a forced operation. If the temperature drops below 5°C, the
output connected to the heating system will activate.
Via Keypad
Method 1
Activate the shortcut assigned to the “Thermostat” (shortcut n.37:
), associated
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Type in code
******
Method 2
User Code
Teleservice req.
Overtime request
Thermostat
Method 1
Off
with one of the following keys
, ...,
(shown on the display), with or without
code entry, to access the “Thermostat” section of the user menu.
1. Use the number keys to select the operating mode of the thermostat:
•
•
•
•
•
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“Daily”
“Weekly”
“Antifreeze”
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The display will show the:
1° line: operating mode of the thermostat and day of the week
2° line: pre-set temperature bar and “Summer/Winter” operating mode icon
3° line: temperature setting and operating hours
4° line: temperature reading and the status of the heating system/air-conditioning system (ON/OFF)
2. Select the operating mode (“Summer/Winter”) of the thermostat using
3. Select the temperature, using keys
4. Select the timeframe, using
and
and
.
.
5. Select the day of the week, using
6. Press
.
and
.
to confirm and exit.
Method 2
Access the “Thermostat” section of the user menu by typing-in a valid code PIN.
Follow the instructions described in Method 1.
Via Alien touch screen
Access the “Climate” section by tapping
.
This is the section relative to the operating mode of the thermostat.
Selecting Back accesses a page containing the buttons of the 5 operating modes
available.
Select the button which corresponds to the section you require, then set the parameters
of the selected operating mode. You can change the temperature using “+”and “-”, and
also the timeframe and day (where available) by means of the arrow keys.
The Summer/Winter button will allow you to select the respective season.
The icons corresponding to the thermostat options are displayed of the upper tool bar
on the home page.
Via AlienMobile
On accessing the “Climate” section you will find a list of all the keypads configured with
the thermostat function. If there is only one keypad, you will immediately access the
thermostat configuration page.
Each listed keypad will show:
• keypad description
• thermostat operating mode
• the temperature read by the keypad
• View button for access to the thermostat configuration described in the Alien
keypad section
Via Inim Cloud
Using the
button, access the “Climate” section
The “Climate” section will allow you to select one of the keypads configured with the
thermostat function. Once selected, the screen will show:
• the temperature read by the keypad
• the temperature set on the thermostat
• thermostat operating mode
Teleservice via Nexus
5-14
Requests for teleservice can be made over the GSM network by means of the “Nexus
Teleserv.” option.
This option allows the installer to carry out remote programming operations over the
GPRS network.
This is a service provided by the installer company with the user's collaboration.
Via Keypad
Access the “Nexus Teleserv.” section of the user menu by typing-in a valid code PIN.
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Note
User Code
Overtime request
Thermostat
Nexus Nexus
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User’s manual
Via Alien touch screen
Access the “Menu” section by tapping
“Actions” section.
, type-in the user code and then access the
This section contains a list of control panel commands which can be activated by
tapping ON, amongst which Nexus teleserv.” option.
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Codes
The user menu provides a section for the programming of the parameters of
hierarchically lower user codes (refer to paragraph 2-5 User Codes).
The parameters which can be changed in this section are also available in other sub-sections.
Via Keypad
Access the “Codes” section of the user menu by typing-in a valid code PIN.
1. Use keys
and
followed by
to select the user code you wish to change.
2. Use keys
and
followed by
to select the parameter you wish to change.
3. Change the parameter then press
to save the changes.
•
Description: edit field for the code description.
•
Partitions - select the partitions the user code is assigned to. Press
the partition and
to disable it.
•
Options - use
and
to enable/disable the code options.
•• Partition filter - if this option is enabled, the code will be able to change the
parameters only of codes with a lower rank in the system hierarchy whose
partitions are amongst the partitions assigned to the code being programmed.
For example, if a code is configured as “Master” with “Partition filter” and is
assigned to partitions 1, 3, 5 and 7, it will be able to enable/disable or change the
PIN of a “User” code assigned to partitions 1 and 5 but not the PIN of a “User”
code assigned to partitions 1, 2, and 3.
•• Text menu and User menu - the combination of these two options allows
immediate visualization of the menu screens on the keypad displays after
acceptance of a valid user PIN. Refer to the following table.
, to enable
Table 5-2: Combinations “text menu” and “user menu”
Case
A
B
C
Text menu
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled
Description
Enabled
Accesses the user-menu (shown as a list of operations
the user is enabled to perform); at this point the user
can scroll the list using
and
and select the
required option.
Disabled
Visualization of the user-icons associated with function
keys
, ...,
; at this point the user can press
the required function key and activate the associated
shortcut.
Shows the descriptions of the personalized user-icons
associated with function keys. The descriptions of the
shortcuts are shown in place of their associated icons.
The user can use
and
to scroll the list of
shortcut descriptions and select the desired shortcut,
which can be activated by means of the
D
Enabled
Enabled
In all methods of access (A, B and C), the
succession, see figure.
(A)
User Code
Manage alarms
Arm/Disarm op.
Voice functions
(B)
User menu
Disabled
User Code
Thermostat
Nexus Nexus
Codes
key.
The same as “C”
key allows you to access/view the other cases in
User Code
(C)
User Code
Stop alarms
Delete memory
Nexus status
Note
•• AnnounceShortcut - if enabled on a voice capable keypad, the descriptions of
all the shortcuts assigned to the code and associated with the number keys will
be announced after acceptance of the entered PIN.
•• Remote access - if enabled, the code PIN can be used to operate the system
from any remote telephone.
If the code PIN is entered on a remote telephone keypad, only the shortcuts
associated with keys 0 to 9 can be used to:
Arm/Disarm
Stop alarms
Clear call queue
Delete memory
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Deactiv. Output
Listen-in
Arming status
Any other type of command will have no effect.
•• Patrol - if enabled, the code will be able to disable the system for the pre-set
“Patrol time”.
•• Fixed length - if enabled, after typing in a PIN and without pressing the
key,
the user will be able to activate the shortcut associated with function key “F12”,
programmed via the “F1/4KeyShortcuts”, described later.
If this shortcut is number 1 (“Arm/disarm”) and all the partitions assigned to the
user code in question are disarmed, the command will arm them, otherwise it will
disarm them.
A user code with this option enabled has access to its own menu only after
pressing the
key followed by PIN entry.
•
•
F1/4KeyShortcuts - this section allows you to configure up to 12 shortcuts
associated with keys
, ...,
. .After valid PIN entry the keypad will show the
icons that correspond to keys
, ...,
and which are associated with these
shortcuts. The respective shortcut will activate when the corresponding key is
pressed.
0/9 Key shortcuts - this section allows you to configure up to 10 shortcuts
associated with keys
, ...,
. After PIN acceptance, the code user can
activate the shortcut by pressing the respective number key.
To assign the shortcuts to the function keys, work through the following steps.
1. Use keys
and
then press
to select the key you wish to associate with the shortcut
.
2. Press
then, using keys
and
, select the shortcut you wish to associate with the function key from the “Type” list.
3. Press
to confirm and exit.
4. If the shortcut is associated with “Arm/Disarm” operations, the application will
ask you to select a scenario. If the associated shortcut is “Activate output” or
“Deactiv. output”, the application will ask you to select the output.
•
ActivatableOutputs - this section allows the user to enable/disable the outputs the
code is allowed to control manually:
User menu, Outputs ON/OFF
1. Use keys
and
2. Use keys
and
code concerned.
3. Press
•
•
•
.
to select the desired output.
to enable/disable manual control of the output for the
to confirm and exit.
Timers - this section allows you to assign a timer to the code. The code will be
operative only at the pre-set times.
Type - this section allows you to assign a level (rank) in the system hierarchy to the
selected code.
Enablements - this section allows you to enable/disable access to the various
sections of the user menu.
The programming steps are identical to those of “Outputs ON/OFF”.
Timer programming
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This section allows the programming of all the timers the user has access to.
You can program two “ON” times and two “OFF” times for each day of the week.
A timer can be associated with:
• a Partition - if the timer is enabled and the partition is enabled for automaticarming operations (refer to paragraph 5-4 Activations), the partition will arm when
the timer switches ON and disarm when the timer switches OFF.
• a Code - if the timer is enabled, the code will be authorized to operate on the
system only when the timer is active (ON).
• a Key - if the timer is enabled, the key will be authorized to operate on the system
only when the timer is active (ON).
If you wish to associate a timer with a partition or a code, you must access the
respective section in the user menu. The association of timers with keys must be done
by the installer during the programming phase.
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Via Keypad
Access the “Timers” section of the user menu by typing-in a valid code PIN.
1. Use keys
and
to select the Timer thenpress
User Code
Nexus Nexus
Codes
Timers
.
2. Using the same keys, select the day of the week.
3. Select an activation or a restoral of the timer.
4. Set the selected time (expressed in hours and minutes) by means of keys
then, using keys
and
select the number.
5. Press
and
to confirm and exit.
Timers
TIMER
TIMER
TIMER
001
002
003
Note
It is possible to programme only timer activation or timer reset.
Enter “--:--” in the field you do not wish to program.
TIMER
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Listen-in
001
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This function can be activated over-the-phone only.
Users communicating with the control panel over-the-phone can activate the Listen-in
function and eavesdrop on the protected premises. This is made possible by the
microphones on voice-capable keypads which have at least one partition in common
with the entered telephone code.
Shortcut n.10 must be assigned (by your installer) to one of the number keys relating
to the code that generates this operation.
Over-the-phone
Type-in the PIN of a user code followed by “#”, then press the key (from “0” to “9”)
which the installer has programmed to activate “Listen-in” (shortcut n.10). The control
panel will open a listen-in channel between the users telephone and the first voicecapable keypad with at least one partition on common with the entered code. During
the listen-in phase, the user can open a voice-communication channel with another
keypad by pressing the number key which corresponds to the address of the selected
keypad. Also in this case, the selected keypad must have at least one partition in
common with the entered code.
Press “*”, to end the listen-in phase and step back to the voice-announced Shortcut
menu.
Partition status enquiry
5-18
This function can be activated over-the-phone only.
The Partition status enquiry function allows users to listen to voice announcements
regarding of the armed/disarmed status of the partitions during telephone
communications with the control panel, or by activating the corresponding shortcut
from a voice-capable keypad. The control panel will announce the armed/disarmed
status of the partitions the entered PIN is assigned to.
If you activate this shortcut from a keypad, the control panel will announce the armed/disarmed
status of the partitions the entered PIN is assigned to, regardless of the partitions assigned to the
keypad.
Note
The user code must be enabled (by the installer) to activate shortcut n.17 via keys
, ...,
or the number keys relative to the code.
Over-the-phone
Type-in the PIN of a user code followed by “#” then press the key (from “0” to “9”)
which the installer has programmed to activate “Arming status” (shortcut n.17). The
control panel will announce (in order) the descriptions of the partitions the entered PIN
is assigned to and their current armed/disarmed status.
Press “*”, to step back to the main menu to listen to all the voice announcements
relating to the shortcuts assigned to the entered PIN.
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After entering a valid user-code PIN, press the key which is assigned to the “Arming
status” shortcut (shortcut n.17). The control panel will announce (in order) the
descriptions of the partitions the entered PIN is assigned to and their current armed/
disarmed status.
Commands over-the-phone
Panel to user calls
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5-19-1
Your installer will instruct you as to which events generate voice calls. Event report calls
will be sent to the programmed contact numbers of your choice when the event occurs
and, in most cases, also when it ends.
During the call, the call recipient can:
• press “*” to go to the next message or, if there is only one message, end the
successful call.
• Type-in a valid PIN followed by “#” and access the customized shortcuts assigned to
the code. The control panel will activate the voice guide which will announce the
available shortcuts and the number keys to press. The respective shortcut will
activate when the key indicated by the voice guide is pressed.
User to panel calls
5-19-2
If the “Answerphone” function (refer to paragraph 5-4 Activations) is enabled, users can
call the control panel from any remote telephone and send commands to the system
(refer to paragraph 3-2 Shortcut with code) and/or activate Listen-in sessions (refer to
paragraph 5-17 Listen-in) in the following way.
1. Dial the control panel telephone number.
2. Allow the phone to ring for the pre-established number of rings. The control panel
will answer and will play message n.216.
3. Type in your PIN followed by “#”.
4. The control panel will activate the voice function which will announce the available shortcuts and the number keys to press.
5. As soon as the selected number is pressed on the telephone keypad, the control panel
will activate the corresponding shortcut.
If the system is equipped with a Nexus dialler, the user can operate on the control panel
via voice call to the SIM card of the Nexus. If duly configured (by the installer), the user
will receive feedback (SMS text message or ring) from the Nexus relating to
successfully implemented commands.
SMS text message to
the user
5-19-3
If the system is equipped with a duly programmed Nexus dialler, the user may receive
SMS text messages signalling that events have occurred.
If an event (which has been duly configured by the installer) occurs or restores, the
control panel will send notification to the programmed users via SMS.
SMS text message to
the control panel
5-19-4
If the system is equipped with a duly programmed Nexus dialler, the user can operate
on the control panel by sending SMS text commands to SIM card of the Nexus.
Users who wish to activate a command via SMS text must enter the command details
as follows:
<xxxxxx> <SMS Text>
where:
• <xxxxxx> stands for the PIN of a control panel user
• a blank space must be keyed in after PIN entry
• <SMS Text> which is the command identifier - this parameter must be provided by
your installer.
If duly configured (by the installer), the user will receive feedback (SMS text message
or ring) from the Nexus relating to successfully implemented commands.
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The SmartLiving control panel is programmed with five predefined default commands:
• Balance enquiry relating to the SIM card of the Nexus
If the following SMS text message is sent:
<xxxxxx> CREDIT BALANCE
where <xxxxxx> stands for the user's PIN - the user will receive an SMS text
message indicating the remaining credit (balance).
• Status enquiry relating to the Nexus
If the following SMS text message is sent:
<xxxxxx> STATUS
where <xxxxxx> stands for the user-access PIN - the user will receive an SMS text
message indicating the:
•• device name and firmware revision
•• GSM network provider
•• GSM signal reception level
•• device tamper status
•• BUS status
•• Balance (remaining credit)
• Inhibition (using the “EXC” or “ESC” command) or activation (using the “INC”
command) of the control panel zones
If the following SMS text message is sent:
<xxxxxx> EXC <zone description>
where:
•• <xxxxxx> is the PIN of a control-panel user coded, followed by a blank space
•• “EXC” (or “ESC” or “INC”) is the command to be implemented on the zone,
followed by a space
•• <zone description> is the name zone to be inhibited or activated
Alien function keys
SMS TEXT AT DEFAULT
5-20
The Alien touch screen user interface provides a function key menu similar to that of the
web server of the SmartLAN/G board and the Alien Mobile application. The keys are
visualized as icons which activate the respective functions when tapped on the Alien
touch screen and Alien Mobile application or, in the case of the web server, when clicked
by means of the mouse.
The following table provides a description of the function keys displayed on the home
page. The home page of the Alien/S, coincides with the page that is displayed when the
user has not activated any function or application, or has simply not touched the display
for at least 45 seconds. The keys coincide with those present in the section on the righthand side of the display of the Alien/G.
Some of these keys activate their assigned functions after entry of a user code that
opens a session, which is closed by tapping “Logout” button on the top right of the
Home page or after 45 seconds inactivity on the keypad.
In the case of the web interface and the Alien Mobile application, this page is displayed
after the user access is achieved through a valid login operation.
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Table 5-3: Alien menu
Function
Icon/key
SCENARIOS
Alien keypad
Web interface
AlienMobile
Accesses the section containing the list of programmed scenarios which can be activated.
No code required for access.
Refer to paragraph 5-2 Arming and disarming partitions.
Depending on programming, the activation
of scenarios may require code entry.
User code is required if it is not registered in the “Settings - Control panel”
section.
/
Accesses a section containing the list of outputs which can be activated.
Refer to paragraph 5-6 Activation of outputs.
COMMANDS
The outputs are divided in two sections:
“Domotic”,
outputs
for
the
management of home automation
No code requested
• “Intrusion”
outputs
programmed
through the intrusion-control system
User code required.
•
•
•
•
Accesses a section where you can view and change the status of parts of the intrusion-control system:
“Partitions” - where you can view and change the status of the partitions.
“Zones” - where you can view and changes the status of the zones.
“Events Log” - where you can view the events log.
Refer to paragraphs 5-1, 5-2 and 5-5.
INTRUSION
•
•
User code required.
•
MENU
•
User code is required if it is not registered in the “Settings - Control panel”
section.
Available for AlienMobile+ only.
/
Accesses two sections:
“Actions” - containing a list of the
control panel commands in the event of
alarm or tamper events or requests for
teleservice and overtime. Refer to
paragraphs 5-1, 5-11, 5-12 and 5-14.
“Activations” - where it is possible to
view and enable the activations
described in paragraph 5-4 Activations.
User code required.
The “Partitions” section allows you to reset the partition alarm memory.
After obtaining access to the “Events Log” section, it is necessary to indicate
the number of events to be viewed.
Also available in the “Timer” section
where it is possible to view the timers
and their status.
Refer to paragraph 5-5 View.
User code is required if it is not registered in the “Settings - Control panel”
section.
Not present
Not present
Accesses two sections:
“Real-time” - where the configured You access a section containing the list
of cameras configured in the AlienMobile
cameras are listed
“Settings” section.
• “Records”, that allow you to view the
snapshots
recorded
after
the Refer to paragraph 5-26 Camera access.
occurrence of an event.
Available for AlienMobile+ only
Refer to paragraph 5-26 Camera access.
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CAMERAS
Not present
SETTINGS
Accesses the sections for the settings of
the keypad and the SmartLiving control
panel:
• “Alien”
provides
information
regarding the setting-up of the Alien
touch screen interface you are using.
It shows the model, firmware revision
and the address of the keypad and
built-in reader. Furthermore, it allows
you to modify the screen by means of
the + and - keys.
Refer to paragraph 5-8 Keypad
settings.
• “Date/Time”,
“Change
PIN”,
“Tel.Numbers” - these sections allow
you to change the date and time on the
control panel clock, the user PINs and
the contact phone numbers saved to
the memory.
Refer to paragraphs 5-7, 5-9 and 5-10.
• “Installer” - this section allows access
to the installer menu after entry of a
valid installer PIN, thus putting the
control panel in programming mode.
• “View Joy” - this section allows you to
work on the Alien keypad as if it were a
Joy keypad. Tap the ALIEN button to
step back to the standard mode.
User code required.
Installer code required for the “Installer”.
Accesses a section where it is possible
to:
• select the language of the web
interface
• select the home page of the web
interface, from the menu pages and
the first graphic map
• send a test email from the SmartLAN
to an indicated recipient
• upgrade the web server interface
• open a section that shows the
meanings of the icons used by the
web interface
You can access the following sections:
“General”, where you can change the
settings
on
the
AlienMobile
application
• “Panel”, where you can configure the
SmartLiving control panel associated
with the home page in question and
enter the data for the Inim Cloud.
• “Camera”, where you can configure
the cameras viewable in the
“Cameras” section.
• “Help”, where you can view the
user’s guide.
Refer to paragraph 5-22 Using AlienMobile application and to paragraph 5-26
Camera access.
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Table 5-3: Alien menu
Function
Icon/key
SYSTEM
Alien keypad
•
•
•
Web interface
AlienMobile
Accesses a section where it is possible to view the system parts:
List of ongoing faults
Power-supply voltage of the control panel
Information relating the GSM communications board
Refer to paragraph 5-5 View.
User code required.
/
APPS
Accesses the applications of the Alien touch
screen interface:
• “Photo frame” - application that starts
a slideshow of the images contained in
the inserted SD-card (see paragraph 523 Photo frame).
• “Voice functions” - accesses a section
where it is possible to activate the
control panel voice board functions or
the “Intercom” function. Refer to
paragraph 5-3 Voice box and intercom
functions.
• “Maps” - accesses the system by
means of the graphic maps (refer to
paragraph 5-24 Graphic maps).
• “Alarm clock”,
• “Memo”
application
for
the
programming and activation of audible
signalling and popups on the Alien
keypad (refer to paragraph 5-25 Alarm
clock and memo).
No code requested
Not present
Not present
KEYPAD
Not present
Section for remote access to a keypad.
Refer to paragraph 5-21-2 Access to and
use of the Web interface.
Not present
SMS
CLIMATE
Accesses a section where it is possible to
send the SMS commands and change
their settings.
User code is required if it is not registered in the “Settings - Control panel”
section.
In order to use this section, the control
panel requires installation of a Nexus
GSM dialer, which need not be connected
to the Internet.
Available for AlienMobile+ only.
Refer to paragraph 5-22-1 SMS commands.
Not present
Accesses the thermostat functions section
No code requested
Accesses the list of keypads configured
with the thermostat function
Available for AlienMobile+ only
Not present
Refer to paragraph 5-13 Thermostat.
MAPS
Section contained in “Apps”.
Accesses the system through the graphic
maps.
Not present
Refer to paragraph 5-24 Graphic maps.
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e-mail
5-21
5-21-1
The event-related e-mail sent to the user via the SmartLAN/G board must be
programmed entirely by the installer.
Below is an example of an e-mail associated with a “Valid Code” event.
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Table 5-4: E-mail parameters
Option
Example
Subject
SmartLiving control
panel [Valid code ]
Sender
SmartLAN@inim.biz
Recipient
User1@inim.biz,
User2@inim.biz
Message
text
Text, edited by the installer, associated with
the respective event (in square brackets).
Parameters set by the installer
--------------------01/11/2017 18:23:00
Valid code
The first part of the e-mail shows the date and
time of the event (when saved to the events
CODE
001
log) and any relative details.
KEYP. 005
[PARTITION
001]
--------------------Access with valid
code entry saved to
log.
Optional text Link to an Internet website or IP
address (if applicable).
http://www.inim.biz
Attachment
map.pdf
5OCTV.KXKPI%QPVTQN2CPGN=8CNKF%QFG?
5OCTV.#0"KPKODK\
7UGT"KPKODK\7UGT"KPKODK\
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8CNKFEQFG
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#EEGUUYKVJXCNKFEQFGGPVT[UCXGFVQNQI
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Document/file sent with the e-mail
OCRRFH
Access to and use of
the Web interface
5-21-2
The security of the connection with the computer is guaranteed by integrated
cryptography. The security of the connection of mobile-phone devices is guaranteed by
the SSL protocol used for HTTPS connections.
Following is a description of the method of access to the interface which allows remote
management of the control panel.
LOGIN
1. Type in the IP address on the navigation bar of the browser.
If you wish to use HTTPS protocol, simply add the letter “s” to the “http” prefix
(for example: “http://192.168.1.92” would become “https://192.168.1.92”).
2. At this point the control panel will display the access page template which
requires the following data (provided by the installer):
-
Username
Password
Code (user code valid for the control panel)
If the installer code is entered, it will be accepted only if the Teleservice
function is enabled (paragraph 5-4 Activations).
3. Press “Login” to start the connection.
Access will be denied in the following cases:
• the entered PIN is not recognized
• the entered PIN does not belong to any partition
• the entered PIN is not enabled
• the entered PIN is associated with a timer and the timer concerned is OFF.
• The “Internet Access” option from the Activations section in the User menu is not
enabled
If the connection is successful, the browser will show the home page of the web-server
interface and the main menu. The menu provides the function keys listed in Table 5-3:
Alien menu.
MENU
In addition to the keys on the home page, the following buttons will help you navigate
through the various sections:
• HOME - positioned to the right on the lower tool bar, takes you directly to the home
page
• MENU - positioned to the right on the lower bar, opens a list of buttons/links to the
sections of the web interface and also the logout button
• LOGOUT - present in the “MENU” list, effects user logout operations and returns to
the login form fields.
NAVIGATION
Once web-interface consultation is over, it is advisable to end the session started after
login, with a “logout” operation, this will avoid unauthorized access to the system via
the browser.
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The lower tool bar of each section always shows the firmware version and model of the
SmartLiving control panel in use and also the current arming scenario.
INFO
The “Keypads” section contains a replica of one of the keypads connected to
SmartLiving control panel. This section allows you to use the replica keypad, with its
keys, display and LEDs, to operate on the system after access from remote locations.
KEYPADS
Besided the keypad buttons (described in paragraph 2-3-2 Using the keys) there are
also other buttons:
•
•
, to access the start page of the web interface
, key to open a window for the selection of the keypad to be replicated from
those connected to the control panel
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Using AlienMobile
application
CONNECTING TO THE
INTERNET
The Alien Mobile application may be utilized by SmartLiving control panel users who
have Internet connection.
Once the application has been downloaded to the tablet or smartphone, the user can
enter the connection parameters (provided by the installer), in the “Settings - Control
panel” section of the application (refer to Table 5-3: Alien menu).
• IP address and connection port of the control panel
• User details (username, password and user code)
• Type of SmartLAN board used for web access
If you wish, you can enter a password in “Settings - General” section of the application
(refer to Table 5-3: Alien menu), that will be requested each time the application starts
(the “Request password” option must be enabled).
PASSWORD
Once the application starts and the password is entered, the home page will show the
main menu with the function keys listed in Table 5-3: Alien menu in reference to the
first control panel configured.
MENU
Table 5-5: AlienMobile - home page
Firmware version, type and description of the SmartLiving control
panel.
A
Mobile connection icon:
B
C
•
Mobile data
•
WiFi
Section for the active functions, with access buttons to the application
and the SmartLiving system.
The home page of the Alien/G (shown in the figure) shows the function
buttons indicated in Table 5-3: Alien menu.
D
Scroll keys
E
Button to restart an arming status reading on the control panel (only
AlienMobile+) and string showing the ongoing scenario.
F
Button for quick viewing of cloud events.
G
Page indicator (only AlienMobile+).
If you are inside a section, this field will show the following buttons:
• Back level This button allows you to step back to the previous
level of the active function.
• Home Button which allows you to go directly to the home page.
A
6.xx SLiving 10100
SCENARIOS
F
COMMANDS
D
INTRUSION
B
CAMERAS
C
SETTINGS
SYSTEM
D
SMS
CLIMATE
SCENARIO 001
E
G
By tapping on the scroll-buttons, or lightly swiping from either left or right, you will be
able to navigate through the various pages, each referring to a different configured
SmartLiving control panel.
You can add a new page for the configuration of a new control panel by tapping the
right scroll-button after the last configured control panel and by confirming the request.
ADD OR DELETE A
CONTROL PANEL
You can configure up to 5 control panels with the AlienMobile+, whereas the AlienMobile
allows you to configure only one.
To delete a page swipe it lightly from bottom to top and then confirm deletion.
Otherwise, you can go to the respective section “Settings - Control panel” and tap the
Delete button.
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For control panels registered to the Inim Cloud service, the AlienMobile+ application
also provides a key that accesses the event viewing section.
CLOUD NOTIFICATIONS
If necessary, this button indicates the number of events not yet viewed,
The events that can trigger these notifications are those for which the “push” option has
been enabled (paragraph 5-27 Use of the Inim Cloud). In this case, the device used
(smartphone or tablet) will notify the user of the arrival of a notification even when the
application is closed.
SMS commands
5-22-1
The Nexus dialer board allows the control panel to receive commands sent by the user
via GSM, and in particular via SMS.
When a user requests an operation, via a correctly formatted SMS message to the SIM
card of the Nexus, the control panel will activate the respective shortcut and send
confirmation (feedback) of the executed command.
The “SMS” section of the AlienMobile+ application allows the commands programmed
on the control panel to be sent via SMS.
This section of the application can be used also when the control panels are not
connected to the Internet.
Here you can find the list of the programmed SMS commands inserted in the
smartphone you are using.
The following buttons are available:
• SEND, button to send the SMS message to the control panel, in order to activate the
related command.
• Add, button to add an SMS command to the list.
Once pressed, a window appears with the following strings that must be edited:
•• “Description”, string that can be customized by the user
•• “Command text”, string that must to be consistent with the control panel
programming
• Synchronize, button to download all SMS commands from the control panel to the
smartphone.
• Nexus number, button to enter the phone number of the control panel GSM board.
Photo frame
5-23
“Photo frame” is an Alien keypad application that plays a slideshow of images.
The image files must be stored in the folder “images” under root on the micro SD card
which is inserted in the appropriate slot on the Alien keypad. Visualization image file
format: JPG, GIF and BMP.
For optimum visualization, it is advisable to keep the size of each file below 500 kbytes.
Note
There are two ways of starting Photo frame:
•
•
From the Alien keypad - access the “Apps” section by tapping the button
, then
tap the “Photo frame” button.
Automatically, if the value set for the “Delay photo” parameter is different from
“Disabled”.
In order to change this parameter and others of the Alien keypad and the
application, access the “Settings” section by tapping the button
, type-in a
user code and then access the “Alien” section (see paragraph 5-8 Keypad settings).
The slideshow can be stopped by simply tapping the screen, which then returns to the
home page.
Graphic maps
5-24
The SmartLiving supervision functions are based on graphic maps which can accessed
by the end-user through an Alien keypad or web interface.
The graphic maps are linked together in a tree structure that allows you to view the
status of every part of the security system status and interact with it through the icons
shown.
The Alien keypad manage up to 10 maps (versions previous to 2.00 manage up to 5
maps) and the web interface as many as 20 maps. Each map supports up to 20 objects/
buttons represented by icons.
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The type of icon used and its function as a default button is described in the following
table. It is possible to change these functions during the programming phase and
associate each icon with a descriptive string or even make use of customized icons.
The Graphic map functions require installation of a micro-SD board.
If this board is not installed the MAPS button will show the message “no SD-card” and the
application will not start.
Note
Table 5-6: Graphic map icons at default
Subject
Icon
Key
Subject
Link to the Alien
home page
Link
Icon
Scenario active
/
Scenario inactive
After a valid code entry you can
activate the scenario
Scenario
Map link
Partition armed in
Away mode
Scenario active
Accesses the faults viewing section
Ongoing
fault
Partition armed in
Away mode
Partition
Key
Partition armed in
Instant mode
Scenario inactive
After a valid code
entry a window will
open where you can
select the arming
mode you wish to
apply.
Thermostat disabled
Partition disarmed
Thermostat set to
manual mode
Thermostat
Partition alarm/
tamper memory
Thermostat set to
daily mode
Zone shorted/
tamper
Zone alarm/tamper memory
Thermostat set to
weekly mode
Zone in stand-by
status
Thermostat set to
antifreeze mode
Zone
After a valid code
entry the zone will
change its activation
status
Accesses the reader thermostat
management section
Reset
partitions
After a valid code entry you can
deactivate immediately the outputs relative to alarm and tamper events and clears the alarm
and tamper memory
Zone disabled/
bypassed
Clear call
queue
After a valid code entry you can
clear the call queue completely
and interrupt any ongoing call.
Output activated
Stop
alarms
After a valid code entry you can
deactivate instantly the outputs
activated by zone/partition alarm
and tamper events and system
tamper events.
View
events
log
After a valid code entry you can
access the events log
Zone in alarm
status
Output switches status
Output
Output deactivated
Alarm clock and memo
5-25
The Alien keypad provides applications which allow the user to manage the events
which when they occur activate a signal that is both audible and visual (in the form of
popups on the display).
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Programming or activation of the alarm and memo events are of no consequence to the
programming or regular functioning of the SmartLiving control panels and its peripherals.
Note
The “Alarm clock” and “Memo” functions in the “Apps” section access lists that provide
all the events and, for each, provide buttons for activation (ON, OFF) and programming
(SET).
Each event can be programmed with:
• description
• day the week, by selecting the respective button in the upper part of the “When?”
section
• time, by changing the field selected with the arrows
For “Memo” events only, you can also program:
• additional text
• day of the week or alternatively a specific date in the lower part of the “When?”
section
• a second time, in the “When?” section, by selectingTime 1
• if a specific date is programmed, you will be able to set a regular interval
(periodicity) in the lower part of the “When?” section and a time pattern (cadence)
by tapping on the OFF button until you obtain the desired value.
• audible signals and images that correspond to the memo
Touching the “Alarm clock” or “Memo” button for at least 5 seconds will delete all the
programming in the section concerned.
When the properly programmed and activated event occurs, a window similar the one
shown will appear. the OFF button stop the signalling, whereas the SNOOZE button
interrupts the signal for 5 minutes before signalling again.
Camera access
5-26
The user can view the video recording made by the IP cameras through the Alien
interface, the web browser, the AlienMobile application (“AlienMobile+”version) or
keypad.
Via Graphic maps
Access to the graphic maps allows direct viewing on the display or screen associated
with the “Camera” object.
A window (predefined by the installer) will appear in place of the object concerned and
will show the video recording shot by the camera in real-time.
The type of video playback (snapshots in sequence or filmstrip) depends on the type
and make of the camera.
From the Alien keypad, access the “Apps” section by tapping the
by the “Maps” button.
button, followed
Via the web browser, access the “Graphic Maps” section.
Once access has been obtained, navigate through the tree structure until you reach the
map containing the camera.
Via Web
Access the “Camera” section.
Two sections are available:
• “Real-time” - allows you to view the configured cameras and relative video
recordings in real-time.
Each camera has a box that shows:
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•• information regarding the camera (description, make, time, date, etc.
•• snapshots taken in real-time
•• Snapshots button - allows you to view the recorded footage in snapshot
sequence
•• Video button - allows you to view the recorded footage in video format
• “Records” - allows you to view recorded footage after the occurrence of an event.
Each box provides:
•• information regarding the event that triggered the video recording (description,
time, date)
•• first snapshot of the recorded sequence
•• View button - allows you to view the recorded camera footage in specific
snapshot sequence (the snapshots which immediately precede and follow the
occurrence of the event)
Depending on the type and make of camera, it may be possible to use the pan, tilt and
zoom (PTZ) commands for viewing or select one the preset for viewing or operating
modes provided by the camera.
Via AlienMobile
The AlienMobile+ application allows you not only to access viewing of recorded footage,
but also to add or configure the cameras you have access to.
Cameras can be configured or added to those available through the “Settings, Cameras”
section.
In this section you can select the camera by simply navigating through the
corresponding pages using the right/left arrow keys, or add a new camera by tapping
the right arrow key after the last configured camera.
Inside the open page, you can select the camera type and change a series of
parameters which vary depending on the type and make of camera in use.
You must tap the Save button in order to confirm and save any changes.
The “Cameras” section on the home page shows a list of cameras included.
You can obtain direct access to one of the configured cameras either by tapping the
View button, or by first tapping the
button (which allows simultaneous viewing of
the footage of all the configured cameras) and then tapping the corresponding box.
Once the camera is accessed you can view the recorded footage in real-time and
interact with the camera functions supported by the type and make of the camera.
Use of the Inim Cloud
5-27
The web interface of the cloud allows you to navigate by means of buttons that access
the sections relating to selected control panel (Table 2-13: Inim cloud - home page, B).
Status viewing and supervision of the elements on the SmartLiving system is achieved
via the available buttons.
•
, button for access to the home page (paragraph 5-5 View)
•
, button for access to the programmed arming scenarios (paragraph 5-2
SECTION ACCESS
BUTTONS
Arming and disarming partitions)
•
, button for access to the management section of the comprised partitions and
zones (paragraph 5-2 Arming and disarming partitions and paragraph 5-4 Activations)
•
, button for access to the management section of the outputs (paragraph 5-6
Activation of outputs)
•
, button for access to the management section of the air conditioning systems
connected to the keypad thermostats (paragraph 5-13 Thermostat)
•
, button for access to the section where the control panel devices are listed,
each showing their firmware revision, supply voltage, enabled status and other
details.
These devices are divided into categories:
Control panel
Keypads
Readers
Expansions
Sounderflashers
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•
•
, button for access to the events log of the selected control panel.
The events are listed in chronological order and, in addition to viewing, reset,
search, download and storage operations are also available for each event.
The event type can be identified by an icon:
-
, alarm events. Confirmation of the viewing operation is also available for
these events ( ).
-
, alarm events. Confirmation of the viewing operation is also available
for these events ( ).
-
, other control panel events
, button for access to the section where you set up notifications for the events of
the selected control panel.
The events are grouped into 5 categories:
alarms
generic messages
faults
Arm/Disarm op.
programming
There is a list of notification recipients for each type of event and it is possible to add
others via the
button by specifying:
••
••
••
••
••
name
phone number for the voice call
phone number for the SMS message
email address
enable the “push” notification for AlienMobile+ users
The web interface of the cloud has several buttons for the management of the displayed
objects:
•
, button to start a search through the listed events
•
, button to download the data displayed via a .csv file
•
, button to view the events log of the selected control panel.
•
, button to store the displayed data.
The data will be transferred in the “Archive” section, reachable by means of the
button in the upper right corner of the same section. In this section, it is
possible to view, reset or permanently delete the listed data.
•
, button to confirm the visualization of all the ongoing alarms
•
, button to refresh the web page
Registering a control panel
to the user account
OTHER BUTTONS
5-27-1
After creating your Inim Cloud service account, the user can request the registration of
a new control panel to those they have access to via the web interface (Table 2-13:
Inim cloud - home page, A).
The control that the user wants to register to their account must first be registered to the Cloud
service by an installer.
Note
Clicking on the button that manages your profile (Table 2-13: Inim cloud - home page,
D), accesses a page where you can set the parameters of your account and those of
registered control panels. In the lower section, below the list of control panels, you have
the “New INIM system” section.
1. The Add button will allow you start the registration process. The Cloud service
will send an OTP (One Time Password) number consisting of 6 digits to the user.
This number has a limited time duration of 15 minutes.
2. From an LCD keypad, access the “Activations” section of the User menu, and then
“Cloud enrollment”.
From an Alien keypad, access the “Menu” section, then “Activations”, then “Cloud
enrollment”.
3. Enter the OTP password and wait for the outcome of the registration.
The outcome of the procedure will be shown with one of the following messages:
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•
•
•
•
“Account created!”: the control panel has been successfully registered to Cloud
“Communicat.Error”: generic communication error.
The possible causes may be:
no Internet connection
date of manufacture of the control panel is earlier than dd/mm/yyyy
date/time of control panel different, ahead or behind the exact date/time by
more than 15 minutes
“Already enrolled”: the control panel is already registered to Cloud
“Bad/expired OTP”: the entered password is incorrect or expired
“Panel notEnabled”: the control panel cannot be registered to Cloud.
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Appendix A
GLOSSARY
These are 4, 5 or 6 digit PINs which allow the building occupants (users) to access the system.
Each code can be programmed to control specific functions only, and to operate the system to
suit the requirements of the Main user.
Code types
• Installer code:
assigned to the installer of the security system
• User code:
assigned to the end-users of the system
ACCESS CODES
Detection of non-authorized entry into the protected building. More specifically, activation of a
detector.
ALARM
In the event of:
• Zone Alarm
• terminal tamper
• open panel or dislodged panel
• peripheral tamper (keypads, expansions, readers)
• peripheral loss (keypads, expansions, readers)
• false key
The red LEDs on the system keypads and readers go On each time one of the previouslymentioned events occur. This visual warning signal is held even after the event ends (alarm
memory), in order to warn you that an event occurred during your absence. This visual warning
signal will be held until you clear the event memory (refer to Delete Memory).
ALARM OR TAMPER
MEMORY
This is a private service that monitors premises protected by intrusion control systems equipped with
digital communicators or voice dialers.
Alarm Receiving Centres receive alarm reports from monitored systems and take all the
necessary actions to protect the occupants of the protected premises.
ALARM RECEIVING
CENTRE (ARC)
The “Answerphone” function, if enabled by the user, allows the control panel to answer incoming
calls after a pre-set number of rings. The control panel will pick-up and play the recorded answer
message.
During the call, the recipient can type-in a valid PIN (enabled for over-the-phone control) and
access the authorized functions.
ANSWERPHONE
User operations on one or more partitions. These generally indicate also the status of the
partitions. Under normal circumstances, the zones of armed partitions can generate alarms.
Under normal circumstances, the zones of disarmed partitions cannot generate alarms. The
system generates tamper alarms even when partitions are disarmed.
ARM/DISARM
You can enable/disable the Auto-arm function on each separate partition.
If the auto-arm option is enabled on a timer-controlled partition, the partition will arm/disarm in
accordance with the ON/OFF settings of the timer.
AUTO-ARM
This is the secondary power source of the system. If primary (230 Vac) power failure occurs, the
battery will take over.
BACKUP BATTERY
A list of outgoing event-associated calls the control panel must send to programmed contact
numbers.
Enabled users can clear the call queue manually.
CALL QUEUE
The Cloud is a web service that provides data storage space (“cloud storage”) that, by means of
any Internet connection, is accessible at any time and from any place. The data are then shared
over the network, along with the resources to process them (“cloud computing”) with all users
who have a valid access.
The Cloud provider guarantees therefore that the user has both the resources for the processing
and editing of data, and data synchronization that can be accessed and modified by multiple
users without the risk of being lost.
CLOUD
Violation of a zone with this configuration will not generate an alarm but will trigger the
associated Timer (Entry time). If the user does not disarm the partition/s within the set “Entry
time”, the system will generate an alarm.
For example, the zone that monitors the main door of a building is usually configured as a
Delayed Entry Zone, in order to give building occupants time to enter the building and disarm the
partition without generating an alarm.
DELAYED ENTRY ZONE
Violation of a zone with this configuration will not generate an alarm but will trigger the associated
Timer (refer to Exit time).
For example, the zone that monitors the main door of a residence or building is usually
configured as a delayed exit zone, in order to give occupants time to leave the partition after an
arming operation. If the user does not leave the zone within the set “Exit time”, the system will
generate an alarm.
DELAYED EXIT ZONE
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This is an explicit user-command which ends signalling on the red keypad/reader LEDs of the
following events:
• Zone Alarm
• terminal tamper
• open panel or dislodged panel
• peripheral tamper (keypads, expansions, readers)
• peripheral loss (keypads, expansions, readers)
• false key
If you delete the alarm/tamper memory, the visual signals on the red reader/keypad LEDs will
clear.
DELETE ALARM/TAMPER
MEMORY
This device allows the control panel to send report calls to Alarm Receiving centres (ARC).
SmartLiving control panels provide a built-in digital dialler which supports all the most widely
used protocols.
DIGITAL DIALER
The time (expressed in minutes or seconds) that the system allows the user to disarm the
partition after zone violation. It the system is not disarmed within the set time it will generate an
alarm.
Each partition can be programmed with its own Entry time.
ENTRY TIME
(OR ENTRY DELAY)
An operative status recognized by the system.
For example: detector alarm, mains failure, blown fuse, user-code recognition, etc., are all
events recognized by the control panel.
Each event (e.g. mains failure) can be associated with an activation event (when the event
occurs) and a restoral event (when the event ends).
Each event can be programmed to generate the following actions:
• activation of one or more outputs
• transmission of one or more e-mails
• send one or more SMS messages
• activation of one or more voice calls
• activation of one or more digital calls
EVENT
This is the non-volatile portion of the memory the panels saves events to. The events are saved
in chronological order with the following details:
• event description - with details regarding new events and restorals
• information regarding the user or the cause of event
• event location
• event date and time
The events log can be viewed by the system users and the installer.
Partition events (zone alarms, partition alarms, arm/disarm operations, recognized codes and
keys, etc.) can be viewed by users with at least one partition in common with the event element.
For example, if a user arms several partitions from a keypad, the events log will show:
• description of the event - “Arm request”
• description of the code and partitions involved
• description (label) of the keypad involved
• date and time of the request
EVENTS LOG
(OR EVENTS MEMORY)
A short period (expressed in minutes or seconds) during which the user must disarm the partition
after violation (for example, after opening the front door) otherwise the system will generate an
alarm.
Each partition can be programmed with its own Exit time.
EXIT TIME
(OR EXIT DELAY)
These boards can be used to increase the number of terminals (zones or outputs) and/or the size of
the system (in order to extend it over a larger area). Expansion boards can be connected to the
system via the I-BUS.
EXPANSION BOARDS
A condition which indicates that a system component is not working properly.
Some faults can jeopardize the performance of the entire system. Mains failure (230V a.c.),
telephone line-down and low battery are typical faults.
FAULT
A map is an graphic representation of part of the area supervised by the security system and
identified by an image file. The entire system can be represented by maps which can be linked
together.
Each map can contain objects represented by icons. These icons are capable of changing status
in accordance with the objects they represent and can operate as activation buttons for specific
functions.
The user, by means of access to a graphic map, can view the supervised area and also access
the security system functions.
An object can be:
• Partition
• Zone
• Output
• Map link
• Key
GRAPHIC MAP
A device which allows the control panel to make telephone calls over the GSM network and also
allows users to interact with the control panel over-the-phone or by means of SMS text
messages.
GSM DIALER
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This is the two-way communication line (4 wires only) which connects the peripheral devices
(keypads, readers, expansions, etc.) to the control panel.
The 4 easily identifiable wires, on the control panel motherboard and on the expansions, are:
• “+” power 12 Volt
• “D” data
• “S” data
• “-” Ground
I-BUS
A bypassed (disabled) zone cannot generate alarms. Activation/Deactivation of zones can be
carried out manually by users or, under certain circumstances, automatically by the control
panel.
INHIBITION DEACTIVATION OF A
ZONE
The Installer code is generally a 4, 5 or 6 digit PIN which allows the installer to access the system
Programming Menu and check of change the system parameters either from a keypad or via the
respective software programme, on condition that all the system partitions are disarmed.
INSTALLER CODE
List of system functions and respective parameters accessed via keypad.
This menu allows the installer to program, check and change nearly all of the system parameters.
The installer menu can be accessed from any keypad after entry of a valid installer PIN, and on
condition that all the system partitions are disarmed, or can be accessed via a computer
equipped with the SmartLeague software.
INSTALLER MENU
A zone that monitors the inside of the protected building.
For example, the interior zones of an office building are the zones that monitor offices and
entrance points.
If a partition that a zone belongs to is armed in Stay mode, it will be unable to generate alarms.
INTERIOR ZONE
A camera is an electronic instrument that records bidirectional images in sequence. It is part of a
telesurveillance system supervised by a intruder control panel.
The IP camera (or “webcam”) transmits video images to an URL address, for direct viewing or for
storage of the recorded material.
IP CAMERA
A portable control device (card or keyfob) which allows the authorized user to access the system.
The key must be held in the vicinity of the reader in such a way to allow the system to read it and
permit access to authorized operations.
Each key is programmed with:
• A random code selected from over 4 billion possible combinations.
• A label (usually the name of the user).
• The partitions it controls (arms, disarms, etc.).
• A group of pre-set parameters which allow the key user to operate the system in accordance
with the authorized access level (for example, a key can be programmed to arm or disarm the
system only at certain times of the day).
KEY
This device allows users to access and control the system. Keypads can be connected to the
system via the I-BUS.
The keypad allows users to access and control the partitions which are common to both the code
and keypad in use. The user can arm/disarm partitions, view the status of the zones, stop visual
and audible signalling devices, etc.
KEYPAD
A generic magnetic-contact is a detector/sensor based on an magnet which, when placed near
the sensor, provokes the mechanical closure of an electrical contact.
MAGNETIC CONTACT
An electrical output point connected to a signaling or control device activated/deactivated by the
control panel in response to programmed events.
OUTPUT
Signaling that may be associated with a state of emergency perceived by the user and signaled
to the intrusion control panel by means of a button or the activation of a shortcut.
This type of signalling generates an event which activates the programmed outputs and calls.
This type of signalling does not activate the red LEDs on the keypads and readers nor is it
visualized on the keypad displays.
PANIC
A group of zones.
A partition identifies a group of zones that belong to a spatial or logical portion of the protected
premises. For example, a partition may comprise all the zones that protect the downstairs
partition of a house (spatial partition), or all the entrances of an office building (logical partition).
PARTITION
This refers to the status of a partition as requested by the user.
The user can carry out the following operations.
• Disarm - this operation disables the partition completely. In this way, none of the zones
belonging to the partition can generate alarms.
• Away mode - this operation enables the interior and perimeter zones of the partition. In this
way, all of the zones of the partition can generate alarms.
• Stay mode - this operation enables only the perimeter zones of the partition. In this way,
only the perimeter zones of the partition can generate alarms.
• Instant mode - this operation enables the partition perimeter zones only and annuls delays.
In this way, violation of the perimeter zones of the partition will generate instant alarms.
• Hold - this operation forces the partition to hold its current status.
PARTITION ARM/
DISARM OPERATIONS
A periodic inspection of the protected premises carried out by authorized security staff.
PATROL
A zone that monitors the entrance points of the protected building.
Perimeter zones are usually direct entrance points such as doors and windows. For example, the
front door of an apartment and windows that allow access from outside.
PERIMETER ZONE
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Devices connected to the control panel via the I-BUS.
SmartLiving control panels manage the following peripherals:
• Keypads (Joy, Aria, nCode, Concept, Alien)
• Proximity Readers (nBy)
• Expansions (Flex5)
• Transceiver (Air2-BS200)
• Sounderflasher (Ivy-B)
• Isolators (IB100)
• GSM dialer (Nexus)
PERIPHERALS
The period (expressed in minutes) before an automatic arming operation.
For example, if a partition is set to arm automatically at 10:30 with a Pre-arm time of 5 minutes,
all the partition keypads and readers will initiate an audible countdown at 10:25 in order to warn
users of the forthcoming arming operation.
Each partition can be programmed with its own Pre-arm time.
PRE-ARM TIME
The area to be protected.
Identifies the building or part protected by the intrusion control system, generally, a house or
office.
PREMISES
Under normal circumstances, the mains power supply (230Vac) 50 Hz (110V a.c. 60Hz in some
countries).
Usually connected to a switching power supply or transformer (depending on the model) that
provides the stabilized voltage to the system and the charge source to the batteries.
PRIMARY POWER
SOURCE
This device allows users to access and control the system. The system readers are connected to
the control panel via the I-BUS.
The readers allows users to arm/disarm the partitions which are common to both the reader and
key in use (refer to Shortcuts). The key (TAG) must be held in the vicinity of the reader in such a
way to allow the system to read it and permit access to authorized operations. Although readers
provide a more limited access to the system, they are easiest way of carrying out day-to-day
operations (arm, disarm, etc.).
READER
A pre-set arming configuration which applies various operating modes to the system partitions.
SCENARIO
The shortcuts are control panel functions which, in a single operation, provide a fast way of
carrying out specific operations which would normally require a series of activations.
They can be activated by the end-user (at keypads, on codes typed in at keypads or on remote
telephones, at readers or on keys) or on the occurrence (activation) of an event.
SHORTCUTS
Optical smoke detectors are equipped with sampling chambers (based on light scattering mass Tyndall effect). They are capable of sensing the presence of smoke particles and thus detecting a
fire in its early stages.
These detectors have low power absorption during standby. The current absorption increases
during alarm status and thus signals the danger of fire to the control panel.
SMOKE DETECTORS
The “supervision time” is the interval during which the wireless-system devices (in general wireless
detectors in permanent placements) must signal to the control panel that they are operating in the
network. If a wireless device fails to signal before the “supervision time” expires, it will be classified
as “Lost” and the control panel will trigger a “peripheral-loss” fault event.
SUPERVISION
Detection of a serious condition that jeopardizes the operating capacity of the device concerned
and thus puts the system at risk.
Tamper conditions are detected by tamper switches connected to the system zones, keypads,
readers, expansions and control panel. Generally, these events are triggered by system violation
such as unauthorized opening of a keypad cover.
TAMPER
These are calls sent to programmed contact numbers when specific events start and end
(restoral).
TELEPHONE ACTIONS
This is a service provided by the installer company with the user's collaboration. The installer
connects to the control panel over-the-phone or via a GPRS or Internet connection and, in this
way, can check and/or change the control panel programming data.
TELESERVICE
A zone with this attribute cannot generate alarms (activate audible and visual signalling devices).
However, any alarm events which occur will be saved to the events memory.
If zones are not operating properly, the “Test” option will allow the installer to check them
without the risk of generating false alarms
TEST ZONE
A logical entity for automatic time-management of programmed peripherals or elements.
SmartLiving control panels provide 10 timers.
TIMERS
Transceiver-equipped devices
In two-way wireless systems, all the devices are equipped with transceivers. In one-way wireless
systems, the main unit is equipped with a receiver module whereas the peripheral devices are
equipped with transmitters.
TRANSCEIVER
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Each code is programmed with:
• A 4, 5 or 6 digit PIN which allows access the system.
• A label which identifies the user (usually the user's name).
• The group of partitions it controls (arms, disarms, etc.).
• A group of pre-set parameters which allow the operator to work on the system in accordance
with its authorized access level (for example, a code can be enabled to consult the events log
but not to change the date and time).
USER CODE
List of functions available to the user after entry of a valid code at the keypad.
USER MENU
This device allows the control panel to send voice calls to programmed contact numbers.
In SmartLiving control panels the voice dialler function is provided by the SmartLogos30M board
(accessory item).
VOICE DIALER
If the system is equipped with a SmartLogos30M voice board, all keypads with voice functions
present in the system configuration will allow users to record memos. Messages can be recorded,
played and deleted as required.
VOICE MEMO
Software application that allows you to view web contents over the Internet.
WEB BROWSER
Software application that processes web page requests from a web browser.
The SmartLAN/G network board has an integrated web server that provides the browser with a
web interface for the management and supervision of the SmartLiving system.
WEB SERVER
An intrusion control system whose devices (detectors, keypads, keyfobs) communicate with the
control panel over radio waves.
Usually, only the control panel of wireless-systems is mains powered (220Va.c.) while, the
wireless devices are battery powered. The battery life is of utmost importance in the design
layout and operational capacity of these systems.
WIRELESS
An electrical input point used for the management/supervision of signals coming from an
intrusion detection device.
ZONE
•
A hierarchical level, that may allow the user to change to parameters of codes on a lower level in
the system hierarchy.
- User (the lowest level)
- Manager
- Master
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SHORTCUTS AT DEFAULT
n.
description
function
parameter
n.
description
function
Arm/Disarm
Applies a pre-set scenario
which scenario
20
Voice memo
Accesses the User Menu
section: Voice functions
Stop alarms
Immediately deactivates
the outputs relative to
zone/partition alarm and
tamper events and system
tamper events.
2
21
Output control
Accesses the user menu
section: Outputs ON/OFF
3
Clear call queue
Cancels the entire call
queue and stops ongoing
calls (if any).
22
Enab.answerphone
Accesses the user menu
section: Activations/
Answerphone
4
Carries out a “Stop alarms”
operation and, at the same
Delete memory
time, deletes memory of
system and partition alarm
and tamper events.
5
Activate Output
Activates one of the programmed outputs.
Output
24
Enable codes
Accesses the user menu
section: Activations/Codes
6
Deactiv. output
Deactivates one of the programmed outputs.
Output
25
Enable keys
Accesses the user menu
section: Activations/Keys
7
Overtime
Delays auto-arming time of
partitions by 30 minutes.
26
Enable timers
Accesses the user menu
section: Activations/Timers
Sends a call to the Installer
Teleservice req. company number (Teleservice number).
27
Enab. auto-arm
Accesses the user menu
section: Activations/Autoarming
28
View events log
Accesses the user menu
section: View/Events log
29
View alarm log
Accesses the user menu
section: View/Alarms log
View faults log
Accesses the user menu
section: View/Faults log
1
8
Icon
23
Plays a recorded voice message which announces the User code
shortcuts assigned to the
number keys.
Allows eavesdropping overthe-phone by means of a
microphone located on suit- Keypad
ably placed keypad.
Icon
Accesses the user menu
Enab.teleservice section: Activations/Teleservice
9
Voice menu
10
Listen-in
11
Intercom Call
Accesses the user menu
section: Voice functions/
intercom Call
30
12
Arm/disarm
menu
Accesses the user menu
section: Arm/Disarm
31
13
Alarm menu
Accesses the user menu
section: Manage alarms
32
ViewSystemStatus
14
Voice func.
menu
Accesses the User Menu
section: Voice functions
33
Accesses the user menu
View zone status section: View/Zone status
15
Activations
menu
Accesses the user menu
section: Activations
34
Change PIN
Accesses the user menu
section: Change PIN
View Nexus sta- Accesses the user menu
tus
section: View/Nexus status
35
Time/Date
Accesses the user menu
section: Time/Date
16
Accesses the user menu
View arm ops log section: View/Arm/Disarm
op.
Accesses the user menu
section: View/System status
17
Arming status
Provides voice information
regarding the armed/disarmed status of the partitions.
36
View faults
Accesses the user menu
section: View/Faults
18
Keypad
sett.menu
Accesses the user menu
section: Keypad settings
37
Thermostat
menu
Accesses the user menu
section: Thermostat
19
ZoneBypass
menu
Accesses the user menu
section: Activations/Zones
38
Panic
Activates a “Panic” event
Shortcuts at default
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FAULT SIGNALS
The following table shows the system faults which are signaled on the yellow LED on the
keypad
:
FAULT
Message on the User menu,
“View/Faults”
Zone fuse blown
Zone fuse fault
Probable cause
BUS fuse blown
IBUS fuse fault
Backup battery inefficient or not connected
Primary power-source
loss
The PSTN landline is
unavailable
Low battery
Mains failure
Excessive current draw on the “+AUX” terminals
of the control panel
Excessive current draw on the “+” terminal of the
control panel
The backup battery of the control panel is almost
empty or disconnected.
The primary power source voltage (230 Vac) has
failed or has been disconnected
Tel. line down
Trouble on the PSTN landline
Interference
Jamming
Wireless transmission is poor
Wireless detector battery low
Low battery WLS
The battery of at least one wireless detector is
running out
Wireless detector not
operative
WLS zone loss
At least one wireless detector is not operating
IP connection loss
Device loss or tamper
in progress
LossTamp.ongoing
Sounderflasher faults
/ LowBatt.Soundfl.
Sounderflasher Faults
/ Battery resist.
Violation of zones with
faults
Faults on zones
Contaminated smoke
sensor
Detector dusty
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press
to view the list of
devices involved.
Nexus fault / Low sigThe GSM network signal is insufficient
nal
Nexus fault / GSM mod- The GSM module of the Nexus dialer is not operating properly. Call your Installer company
ule fault
Nexus fault / SIM com- The SIM card does not respond or is not present. Select “Nexus fault” then press
The SIM card PIN is not disabled.
mun.fault
the
button to access the list
Nexus fault / Low
The credit left on the SIM card is below the miniof
current faults.
mum credit threshold.
Credit
Nexus fault / ProThe GSM network provider of the SIM in use is
unavailable.
viderUnavailable
Nexus fault /GPRS conn.
NEXUS/G detects problems on GPRS network
communications
lost
The verification of the IP connection fails.
IP conn. lost
Sounder faults / Horn
fault
Faults on IVY-BUS
sounderflasher
For “Low WLS battery” and “WLS
zone loss” signalling, access the
user menu, go to “View/Faults”,
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One of the following events has occurred:
Control panel open
Dislodged panel
Expansion tamper
Keypad tamper
Reader tamper
Sound.flash.Tamp
Expansion loss
Keypad loss
Reader loss
Sound.flash.Loss
A defect/damage has been detected on the horn/
sounder.
Select “Sounder faults” then click
A low-voltage value has been detected on the
sounderflasher battery.
on the
button to access the
If the voltage drops below 10V, the device will
list of devices which have at least
inhibit the sounder and activate only the flasher
one fault present. Select the
(in the event of an alarm). If the voltage drops
sounderflasher concerned then
below 8V, the device will inhibit both the sounder
click on the
button to access
and the flasher.
the
list
of
current
faults on the
An excessive internal resistance has been
device.
detected on the sounderflasher battery. This type
of deep fault indicates corrosion inside the battery, therefore, the battery must be replaced.
Violation has occurred on one or more zones with
the “Fault zone” option enabled.
Press
to access the list of
The smoke chamber of at least one of the Air2zones involved.
FD100 smoke detectors is contaminated by dirt or
dust.
Fault signals
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Nexus GSM dialer
faults
Note
User’s manual
Fault signals
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Fault signals
Installation and programming manual
Notes
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