Control Unit / Control Unit with GSM

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Control Unit / Control Unit with GSM
EN
Installation Manual
Manual code 2CSM600500D0201 rev 00
SOMMARIO
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1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
general informatin ............................................................................................. 5
Where to find information ................................................................................ 5
Glossary ......................................................................................................... 5
Compliance..................................................................................................... 6
Disclaimer ....................................................................................................... 6
Trademarks and copyright .............................................................................. 6
2.1
2.2
2.3
In SHORT............................................................................................................ 7
Main functions ................................................................................................ 7
Main features .................................................................................................. 7
System capability ............................................................................................ 8
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3
PLANNING A SYSTEM ....................................................................................... 9
3.1
Information about radio waves ........................................................................ 9
3.2
Using areas .................................................................................................... 9
3.2.1 Area types ............................................................................................. 9
3.2.2 Area subdivision .................................................................................. 10
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InstallaTION ..................................................................................................... 11
4.1
Positioning the Control Unit........................................................................... 11
4.1.1 Preliminary check ................................................................................ 11
4.2
Connecting to the mains supply .................................................................... 11
4.3
Fixing the supporting frame........................................................................... 12
4.4
Fixing the control unit for cabling and maintenance ....................................... 13
4.5
Inserting the SIM Card .................................................................................. 13
4.6
Battery .......................................................................................................... 14
4.7
Mains supply and RS485 connections .......................................................... 14
4.8
Connecting the control unit to the frame........................................................ 15
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COMMAND INTERFACE .................................................................................. 16
5.1
Display.......................................................................................................... 16
5.1.1 Icon meaning ....................................................................................... 17
5.1.2 Status of the single areas..................................................................... 18
5.2
LEDs............................................................................................................. 19
5.3
Keypad ......................................................................................................... 19
5.4
Authentication ............................................................................................... 20
5.4.1 User Identifier ...................................................................................... 20
5.4.2 Password ............................................................................................. 20
5.4.3 Authentication without existing 2nd level users ...................................... 20
5.4.4 Authentication with existing 2nd level users ........................................... 21
5.5
Authorization levels ....................................................................................... 22
5.6
General and alarm signals ............................................................................ 23
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Programming ................................................................................................... 26
6.1
First switching on .......................................................................................... 26
6.1.1 The Impianto (System) screen ............................................................. 27
6.2
Following switching on .................................................................................. 27
6.3
System creation ............................................................................................ 28
6.4
Programming Detectors ................................................................................ 28
6.4.1 Detector parameters ............................................................................ 29
6.5
Programming Commands ............................................................................. 30
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
IT
6.5.1
6.6
6.7
6.7.1
6.7.2
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Home Automation ............................................................................................ 45
7.1
Gateway information ..................................................................................... 45
7.2
RF Home Automation ................................................................................... 45
7.2.1 Channel configuration .......................................................................... 46
7.2.2 SMS linkage ........................................................................................ 50
7.2.3 Entry of Home Automation devices ...................................................... 51
7.2.4 Test ..................................................................................................... 51
7.2.5 Change ................................................................................................ 51
7.2.6 Channel reset ...................................................................................... 52
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ............................................................................. 53
8.1
Control unit adjustments ............................................................................... 53
8.2
System structure ........................................................................................... 53
8.3
System test ................................................................................................... 54
8.4
User management ........................................................................................ 56
8.4.1 Creating a new user ............................................................................. 56
8.4.2 Changing an existing user.................................................................... 57
8.4.3 Deleting a user..................................................................................... 59
8.5
Supervision cycles ........................................................................................ 60
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Remote control configuration ............................................................... 31
Programming Sirens ..................................................................................... 34
Programming Telephone numbers ................................................................ 38
Sending sequence of the telephone messages .................................... 43
Receipt of telephone calls by the control unit ....................................... 44
9.1
9.2
POWER SUPPLY MANAGEMENT ................................................................... 61
Battery .......................................................................................................... 61
Mains supply................................................................................................. 61
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10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
10.8
MaINTENANCE ................................................................................................. 62
Putting into maintenance status .................................................................... 62
Replacing the battery of the control unit ........................................................ 62
Control unit reset .......................................................................................... 62
Adding devices ............................................................................................. 63
Removing devices ........................................................................................ 63
Replacing devices......................................................................................... 63
Updating the control unit firmware................................................................. 63
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................ 64
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................... 66
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GENERAL INFORMATIN
1 GENERAL INFORMATIN
Where to find information
IT
1.1
This installation manual encompasses all information to:
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install,
•
configure,
•
maintain
the alarm control unit.
It also provides some suggestions to plan an intrusion alarm system, a list of the
technical features of the control unit, and the procedures to be followed to isolate and
solve system anomalies.
The installation manual is addressed only to the technician who will assemble the
system.
Some configuration procedures are described only in the user manual.
The user manual encompasses all information for the daily usage of the control unit
and for any configuration and customization that can be executed by the user as well
as by the technician.
1.2
Glossary
Actuator
Buffer battery
Home Automation
I&HAS
Connector
Repeater
Detector
Supervision
Tamper
Area
Electrical device that enables to indirectly operate on the
working and on the control of the systems and other devices.
Power source that provides power to the system for a predefined period of time when the mains supply is unavailable.
Automatic control system for home devices
Abbreviation for Intrusion and Hold-up Alarm System
Device that identifies a physical medium and that arms or
disarms the alarm system.
Device that receives an incoming radio signal and repeats it to
increase the distance covered.
Device able to detect an anomalous condition and to generate
an hazard warning signal.
Periodic check of the correct working of the connection
between the control unit and the device.
Device that automatically detects any tampering attempts
Limited area that encompasses one or more detectors in
which anomalous conditions can be detected.
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1.3
Compliance
IT
The control unit has been designed and manufactured according to the quality and
security standards provided by the regulations and laws in force.
Qualitative requirements are certified by the affixation of the CE mark in compliance
with the 1999/05/EC law.
In addition, the control unit complies with the rule EN 50131-1 grade 2 class I
Warning! Installation must be carried out only by a qualified electrician.
Remember that the above certified compliances and the product performance can be
jeopardized by:
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Incorrect electrical power supply;
•
Incorrect installation, or incorrect or improper usage, or anyway a usage
different from the instructions explained in the installation and user
manuals or from the instructions provided with the different devices;
•
Replacement of original components or accessories with others not
approved by the manufacturer; or replacement executed by non-authorized
personnel.
In case of non-compliant configurations, the product label stating the compliance
shall be changed or removed.
1.4
Disclaimer
All information in this document has been carefully selected and checked however
ABB S.p.A. is not liable for any printing errors or technical inaccuracy.
ABB S.p.A. reserves the right to improve or change the products described in this
user manual at any time and without any advanced notice.
Moreover, it is possible that this user manual encompasses references or information
about products and services not sold yet. Such references or information do not
mean in any way that ABB S.p.A. intends to sell such products or services.
1.5
Trademarks and copyright
DomusTech Free is a trademark of ABB S.p.A.
All trademarks in the document belong to the relevant owners.
© Copyright ABB S.p.A. 2015 – All rights reserved.
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IN SHORT
2 IN SHORT
2.1
IT
This section describes the main features of the control unit and specifies the
maximum sizes of the system.
Main functions
The control unit communicates with other devices of the system through radio
frequencies and it provides the user with the following functions:
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Management of the anti-intrusion devices;
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Management of the home security devices;
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Management of anti-panic signals;
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Commands for the operation of external devices;
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Alarm notification through voice messages or SMS text messages to the
programmed telephone numbers;
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Remote control of the DomusTech Free system through Home automation
menu on the mobile phone or smartphone or through DTMF-tone
commands;
•
Gateway towards the RF Home Automation system by integrating in this
way security and remote features with the Home Automation.
2.2
Main features
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Micro-processor-driven control unit with backlit 128 x 64 pixel graphic
display.
Keypad with 24 keys to program and browse the menus and the
customizable quick functions.
4 notification LEDs.
GSM/UMTS module for remote connection.
868.3 MHz radio module for bi-directional radio connection with the system
devices.
Radio communication between devices protected by a 128-bit encryption
Cyclic supervision of the system and protection against radio jamming
attempts.
RS485 interface for the connection to optional RS485 devices.
Built-in piezoelectric siren.
230 VAC power supply.
Rechargeable NiMh buffer battery.
Anti-tampering and anti-removal tamper.
Compliance with the rules EN 50131-1 and EN 50131-3 Grade 2 Class I
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System capability
IT
2.3
The control unit manages up to 4 programmable areas, each of them with 16
detectors for a total of max 64 detectors. The number of the actual areas is defined
during the control unit configuration.
Areas can be programmed individually as:
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Intrusion alarm;
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Active H24;
The control unit manages up to:
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4 external sirens;
•
4 signal repeaters;
•
16 devices (remote controls, radio keypads, radio connectors) to arm or
disarm the intrusion alarm system;
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10 radio actuator groups;
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12 programmable telephone numbers to which alarm and event signals
shall be sent.
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PLANNING A SYSTEM
3 PLANNING A SYSTEM
3.1
IT
Planning an intrusion and security alarm system with radio devices powered by a
battery is simple. It is enough to follow some elementary instructions.
A good project ensures a simple installation and a good working of the system.
This section provides all information required to achieve these goals.
Information about radio waves
Systems that use radio waves to connect to devices offer the great possibility to
install and connect different devices without the need for complex cabling works.
Instead, they require more attention when positioning the devices in order to obtain
the best radio connection.
The quality of a radio connection is directly proportional to the signal power that
reaches the device. This power is affected by two factors:
•
the distance between the devices (the radio signal power drops with the
square of the distance),
•
any signal absorption phenomena caused by obstacles along the radio
wave path.
Remaining power after
the radio wave
absorption
Material
90-100%
Wood or plastic furniture, synthetic materials (e.g.
Plexiglas), glass, hollow bricks, plasterboard
65-85%
Solid bricks, marble, aquariums
10-60%
Reinforced concrete, metallic structures (electrical
household appliances, piping, railings)
0-10%
Metallic sheets, mirrors
3.2
Using areas
Areas are used to functionally group detectors for a better usage of the system.
During the configuration it is possible to define the number of the areas and the
relevant type.
3.2.1
Area types
Areas can be programmed as:
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Intrusion alarm: it is used to group detectors that notify intrusion attempts
and that shall be activated only when it is required, usually when the area
to be protected is unattended;
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active H24: it is used to group detectors that shall be always active in order
to send signals related to security, e.g. flooding, smoke, and gas detectors
and, in general, technological detectors;
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The intrusion alarm areas can be configured in the Pre-alarm, Internal Alarm (LITE)
and External Alarm (FULL) modes.
In the Pre-alarm and Internal Alarm modes it is supposed that the environments are
not completely disabled and therefore some signal types are not activated (external
sirens and telephone messages).
Instead, in the External Alarm mode, all signals envisaged by system will be
activated in case of alarm. All these activities can be configured.
WARNING! The technical area (H24) and the Pre-alarm and Internal Alarm
modes do not comply with the rule EN 50131-1.
The functions related to home security, such as flooding, smoke, and gas
detectors and, in general, the technical detectors as well as the RF Home
Automation functions are not covered by the rules EN 50131-1 and
EN 50131-3.
3.2.2
Area subdivision
The subdivision of the intrusion alarm system into areas enables a higher
management flexibility and better meets the user requirements.
For example, it is possible to link the perimeter detectors (e.g. door and window
opening) to an area and the passive infrared ones to another one. In this way, the
user can activate only the first area during the night, when he/she sleeps, and both
areas when the house is unattended. This setting will notify the intrusion attempts
when you are sleeping and, at the same time, it will enable the free movements of
people within the house when necessary.
The possibility to activate or deactivate different areas is very useful also when you
have a garage, a shop, an office or a lab next to your house. In this case, the
possibility to link different environments to different areas enables to protect them
separately with a single system by arming the anti-intrusion protection when none is
in.
Example of area subdivision
Area A
(lab)
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Area B
(house)
Area C
(garage)
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INSTALLATION
4 INSTALLATION
4.1
IT
This section explains how to install and connect the alarm control unit.
Positioning the Control Unit
The control unit shall be positioned:
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Indoor, in a dry place;
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At a height of about 140-160 cm on a flat wall;
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In a central position with respect to the installed devices;
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Within an area protected by anti-intrusion detectors and, if possible, not in
a place of passage;
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At a distance of more than one meter from the other system devices;
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Far from any heat source (radiators, direct sun rays);
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Far from any electromagnetic interference source (electricity meter, electric
engines);
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NEVER on metal surfaces.
4.1.1
Preliminary check
In case of control unit with GSM, before definitively fixing it, we suggest to execute
the preliminary test related to the GSM/UMTS signal by inserting the SIM card into
the control unit. For the test it is possible to use the power provided by the internal
battery of the control unit.
If the level of the received signal is not proper, try to position the control unit
elsewhere and execute the check again.
This preliminary test avoids to realize a new mains supply and to fix the control unit
again because, after the system completion, you have discovered that the position
you chose does not guarantee the proper GSM/UMTS signal level.
4.2
Connecting to the mains supply
WARNING! Before executing any work on the electric system, disconnect the
mains supply.
The control unit is designed to always work with the mains supply. The buffer battery
guarantees up to 16 hours of operational autonomy in case of occasional power
failures.
According to what specified by the rule EN 60950 related to electric security, for the
230 VAC power supply it is necessary to use a double-insulated wire (with sheathing)
that shall be installed in a proper circuit-breaking device that can be easily accessed
in order to protect the power supply line (bipolar magneto-thermal switch with a
distance between the contacts of at least 3 mm.)
We recommend to power the control unit upstream the differential switch in order to
disconnect all other electrical appliances by keeping the system operability.
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4.3
Fixing the supporting frame
Firmly fix the supporting frame of the control unit on the wall by using the
prearranged slots. If the frame is placed on a wall flush-mounted box it is possible to
use some slots to block it directly on the box.
WARNING! To make the fixing holes of the frame, use the drilling template
provided. Once the assembly has been completed, the main part of the
control unit is offset from the vertical axis of the supporting frame.
WARNING! The holes indicated with the letter A in the figure must not be
used to fix the frame on the wall.
When you fix the frame, follow the instructions below:
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Place the frame horizontally, as shown in the figure, by properly positioning
the top and bottom sides;
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4.4
Let the power wire and any other wires pass through the right square hole
on the frame;
Pay attention to the frame fixing direction especially to the two clamping
rings that must be on the lower side when the frame is fixed.
IT
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Fixing the control unit for cabling and maintenance
In order to ease the cabling and maintenance activities, the control unit can be
temporarily fixed perpendicularly to the supporting frame.
In order to fix the control unit, partially extract the two fixing plugs, insert them into
the two lower slots of the frame and move the control unit to right. The following
figures show the end position of the control unit.
4.5
Inserting the SIM Card
The SIM Card holder is on the back of the control unit. To insert the card:
1.
2.
3.
Unlock the SIM Card holder tray by moving the locking slide to left.
Raise the tray and insert the SIM Card.
Close the tray again and block it by moving the locking slide to right.
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Battery
IT
1.
2.
3.
4.7
Open the battery holder on the back of the control unit.
Connect the battery pack to the polarized connector in it. The battery pack
is already fixed to the cover through a Velcro strip.
Close the battery holder.
Mains supply and RS485 connections
The connection terminals can be easily reached from the back of the control unit.
WARNING! Be careful when you connect the mains supply (230 VAC) to the
proper terminal.
Connect the control unit to the RS485 accessory device by using the RS485
terminal.
Connect the mains supply (230 VAC) to the control unit. With the clamp, fix the
power supply cable to the proper cable tie as shown in the previous figure. The
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control unit has a double-insulation and it does not need a PE conductor (ground
connection).
Connecting the control unit to the frame
Insert the fixing pins of the control unit into the prearranged slots on the frame and let
the control unit slide to the right until it stops.
Block the control unit to the frame by counter-clock rotating the two lower fixing plugs
with an Allen wrench.
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COMMAND INTERFACE
5 COMMAND INTERFACE
IT
This section describes the control unit display and keypad, the authorization levels
and how to access and browse the menus.
5.1
Display
The liquid crystal display shows information related to the configuration of the control
unit and to the system working. It can encompass up to 8 text lines with 20 digits
each, or a series of icons or a combination of texts and icons.
The symbol ↓ at the right bottom of the display indicates that a following page of the
same section or topic is available and that it can be accessed by pressing the  key.
The symbol ↑ at the right top of the display indicates that a previous page of the
same section or topic is available and that it can be accessed by pressing the  key.
Generally the display is off and it lights up when a key is pressed.
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When in stand-by mode, the display shows the following information:
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firmware version and language of the control unit, at the right top (in the
figure shown they are DB0.10 and IT = Italian, respectively);
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date and time;
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4 icons that indicate - from left to right - the status of:
o
GSM/UMTS telephone,
o
Radio frequency link between devices,
o
Intrusion alarm system,
o
Control unit power supply.
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Icon meaning
Status of
Telephone
Icon
Meaning
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5.1.1
The connection to the GSM/UMTS telephone
network is working. The measured field strength is
displayed through notches; the telephone service
provider is also displayed.
GSM/UMTS telephone network not identified.
SIM Card not installed or not identified.
Radio
frequency link
The radio frequency link between devices is
working
HA in bold: the interface to radio Home Automation
is active.
The radio frequency link between devices is not
working due to jamming.
Intrusion alarm
system
The intrusion alarm system is disarmed.
The alarm system is armed in the Pre-alarm mode
The alarm system is armed in the Internal mode
(LITE).
Time-bound disabled H24 area
Alarm system armed in the External mode (FULL)
Control unit
power supply
It indicates that the mains supply and the battery
voltage of the control unit are available
It indicates the battery charge status of the control
unit and the relevant voltage
Battery is missing
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By accessing the different menus, the display can show the following icons:
IT
Icon
Meaning
Arming. It enables to access the arming or disarming menu related to the
whole alarm system or to single areas.
Events. It enables to access the menu that displays the events stored by
the control unit.
System status. It enables to access the pages that summarize the
working status of the alarm system.
Panic. It enables to activate a panic alarm.
Force block. It enables to force the block that prevents the arming of the
alarm system in case of faulty detectors.
Restore. It enables to access the menu to restore the whole system or
single areas by removing any inhibition due to technical alarms, faults or
tampering alarms related to the single sensors (jamming, supervision).
Options. It enables to access the menu to adjust display, date and time.
Programming. It enables to access the programming menu of devices
and services.
System. It enables to access the system management menu.
Settings. It enables to access the system maintenance menu.
Exit. It exits the main menu and brings the control unit back to the standby status.
5.1.2
Status of the single areas
On the display areas are identified by a letter of the alphabet in case of intrusion
alarm areas or by the letter Tx for the H24 areas, where x is a numeric value
(technological alarm).
If the letter (A, B, C …) is white on a black background, the intrusion alarm area is
activated in the External mode (FULL). H24 areas are always white on a black
background, except when they are time-bound disabled.
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IT
The lower-case letters of the alphabet (a, b, c …) on a black background indicate that
the area has been activated in the Internal mode (LITE).
The lower-case letters (a, b, c …) indicate that the area has been activated in the
Pre-alarm mode.
Examples
ABCT4
Intrusion alarm areas A, B and C disarmed, technological area T4 armed.
abcT4
Intrusion alarm areas A, B and C armed in the Pre-alarm mode,
technological area T4 armed.
AbcT4
Intrusion alarm area A armed in the External mode, B and C armed in the
Internal mode, technological area T4 time-bound disabled.
ABCT4 Intrusion alarm area A, B and C armed in the External mode, technological
area T4 armed.
5.2
LEDs
Next to the display, on the right, there are 4 LEDs.
It indicates that the control unit battery is faulty.
It indicates that there are mandatory notifications stored that have not been
read yet.
It indicates an alarm (intrusion, tampering or security).
It does not indicate the Burglary alarms.
It indicates the jamming of the system.
In case of fault or alarm the related LED is on, except when the mains supply does
not work and only the battery power supply is active. In this last case, to save power,
LEDs slowly blink (2 seconds on, 10 seconds off).
For transitory or temporary anomalies (e.g. lack of supervision, alarm, open
entrances, etc.) LEDs automatically turned off when you read them in the attempt to
arm the system.
For permanent faults (e.g. lack of mains supply or of the GSM telephone network,
battery faulty etc.) the LED turns off only when the fault has been repaired (e.g. in
case of mains supply return, GSM telephone network recognition, battery
replacement, etc.).
5.3
Keypad
The keypad encompasses 24 keys.
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
IT
OK
They enable to browse menus and icons
It confirms the entered or selected value. If it is pressed anywhere in
the displayed menu, it saves data and goes to the higher menu level
1 2 3…0
Alphanumeric keys that enable to enter numbers or letters
*
Not used
#
It goes back to the previous menu without saving data or changes
ESC
It exits the current working session without saving. If you press it in a
third-level menu it goes back to the second-level main menu from
which you accessed it without losing the functions activated
F1
Contextual key that enables to activate a voice (set / reset) or to enter a
configuration subpage (if the display shows the symbol ►)
F2
Contextual key used for special settings. It skips the page without
saving
CANC
Deletion of a setting or of a device
S1, S2, S3 Function keys that can be customized by the user
5.4
Authentication
In order to access menus and to operate on the control unit, it is necessary to
authenticate yourself by entering an ID and a password that are both numeric. The
ID and the password are stored in an encrypted format. Moreover, specific
authorizations, that define what a user is allowed to do, are assigned to each single
user.
There are no factory default users.
The working session lasts three minutes for the 2nd level users and one hour for the
3rd level users.
5.4.1
User Identifier
The user identifier (ID) is a 1-digit numeric code ranging from 0 to 9.
ID 0 is for a 3rd level user (installer or system administrator), ID 1 is for a 2nd level
user (user).
Each system envisages at least a 3rd level user and a 2nd level user.
5.4.2
Password
The password (PIN) is made up of 5 numbers and it is freely defined by the user.
The PIN can be changed only by its owner through a dedicated procedure.
5.4.3
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Authentication without existing 2nd level users
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IT
WARNING! As long as at least a 2nd level user is not created, the Installer
(authorization level 3) can directly access the system without any
authorization. After the creation of a 2nd level user, no 3rd level users can
access the system without an authorization by a 2nd level user.
To authenticate yourself, from the stand-by window:
1. Press the ok key on the keypad. The authentication window is displayed.
Inserisci PIN
Utente
[ ]
PIN
[
]
2.
3.
4.
5.
Enter the ID “0” (zero). The cursor automatically moves to PIN.
Enter the PIN. The numbers entered are shown as asterisks (*).
Press the ok key to confirm. If the entered PIN does not encompass 5
numbers, the ok key is not accepted. If the user enters a wrong PIN, at the
10th attempt a tampering alarm is generated.
If the authentication is successful, the following screen is displayed
[1] Programmazione
↑
The ESC key enables to exit the authentication window and to go back to
the stand-by window.
With the  key you go back to the ID field, with the  and  keys you can
browse the entered values and change them by overwriting them.
5.4.4
Authentication with existing 2nd level users
To authenticate yourself, from the stand-by window:
1. Press the ok key on the keypad. The authentication window is displayed.
Inserisci PIN Liv2
Utente
[ ]
PIN
[
]
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2.
3.
4.
5.
Enter the ID. The cursor automatically moves to PIN.
Enter the PIN. The numbers entered are shown as asterisks (*).
Press the ok key to confirm. If the entered PIN does not encompass 5
numbers, the ok key is not accepted. If the user enters a wrong PIN, at the
10th attempt a tampering alarm is generated.
If the authentication is successful, the following screen is displayed
[1] Inserimenti
↓
The ESC key enables to exit the authentication window and to go back to
the stand-by window.
With the  key you go back to the ID field, with the  and  keys you can
browse the entered values and change them by overwriting them.
5.5
Authorization levels
The authorization level defines what a single user can do after the authentication.
There are three authorization levels:
•
Level 2 is divided into three sub-levels (Super-user, Standard user and
Partial user) and it groups the users, i.e. those users who daily use the
intrusion alarm system. The three sub-levels enable to assign different
authorizations to the single users for security reasons.
•
Level 3 is divided into two sub-levels (Installer and System Administrator)
and it groups the users who can create or change the system
configuration. The Installer is the technician who installs the system and
who cannot arm or disarm the system for security reasons. There can be
only one Installer for each system. The System Administrator is basically
an Installer who, during the session (max 1 hour), can also arm and disarm
the system to test it. In order to operate, a 3rd level user shall be previously
authorized by a 2nd level user.
•
Level 4. It identifies the users that can update or change the control unit
firmware. As this is a critical operation required for a good working of the
system, it is used to execute again and in a specific way the authentication
of the user who has already authenticated himself/herself with the relevant
access credentials.
The 3rd level user System Administrator and the 2nd level user Super-user
correspond to the homonymous authorization levels established by the rule
EN 50131-1.
The following table shows the authorizations linked to each authorization level.
Function
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Standard
user
Type
2
Partial
user
Type 3
■
■
Installer
System
administ
rator
Total arming
■
Only allowed arming
■
Total disarming
■
Only allowed disarming
■
■
■
I&HAS restoration
■
■
■
■
■
I&HAS function check
■
■
■
■
Event history query
■
■
■
■
Inhibition / isolation / forcing
(according to the level)
■
■
■
■
Adding / changing single
authorization codes (only the
change of the personal code is
allowed)
■
■
■
■
Adding / removing 2nd level users
and codes
■
■
Adding / changing specific data
of the site
■
■
Mainten
ance
man
■
IT
Superuser
Type 1
■
■
■
■
■
Changing / replacing firmware
IMPORTANT! As long as at least a 2nd level user is not created, the 3rd level
user can directly access the system without any authorization. After the
creation of a 2nd level user, no 3rd level users can access the system without
an authorization by a 2nd level user.
WARNING! The access levels 2 Partial user Type 3 and 3 Installer do not
comply with the EN 50131-1 rule.
5.6
General and alarm signals
Siren flash
Voice telephone
message
SMS text
message
Control unit
display
Control unit LED
Siren
■ (1)
■ (1)
■ (1)
Control unit
buzzer
Pre-alarm
Internal intrusion alarm
External intrusion alarm
Device LED or
buzzer
Cause
The control unit manages the alarm and anomaly situations with the following
signals:
■
■
■
□
■
□
■
□
□
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Voice telephone
message
SMS text
message
■
■
Siren flash
Control unit
display
■
Siren
■
Control unit
buzzer
System tampering alarm with
system activated in the External
mode
System tampering alarm with
deactivated system or system
activated in the Internal or Prealarm mode
Sensor tampering alarm with
system activated in the External
mode
Sensor tampering alarm with
deactivated system or system
activated in the Internal or Prealarm mode
Jamming alarm
Panic alarm
Burglary alarm
Assistance alarm
Fire alarm
Gas alarm
Flooding alarm
Technological alarm
GSM is missing
230 VAC mains supply is
missing
230 VAC mains supply return
Low battery - devices
Device fault
Low battery – control unit
Technical assistance
Radio fault
Anti-theft device arming –
Internal mode
Anti-theft device arming –
External mode
Anti-theft device arming – Prealarm mode
Anti-theft device disarming
Contact ON
Contact OFF
Control unit LED
Device LED or
buzzer
Cause
IT
COMMAND INTERFACE
■
■
■
□
□
■
□
□
□
□
■
■
■
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■
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□
□
■
■
□
□
■
■
□
□
□
□
□
□
■
■ factory enabled signal in compliance with the law EN 50131-1.
□ programmable optional signal
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IT
(1) if envisaged in the device
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6 PROGRAMMING
IT
This section describes the procedures to be followed to configure the control unit.
The programming is carried out by using the control unit keypad and by following the
procedures described below
6.1
First switching on
The procedure related to the first switching on is executed when you turn on the control
unit for the first time or after a reset (when the factory configuration is restored). In both
cases no users are stored and therefore it is necessary to create a 3rd level user
(Installer or System Administrator) and a 2nd level user.
To create the first 3rd level user:
1. Press the ok key. The following screen is displayed
Crea PIN Livello
3
Utente
0
PIN
[
]
Profilo
Ins□
Amm□
2.
3.
4.
↓
where level (3), user ID (0) and sub-level (Profilo (Profile) Ins, i.e. Installer,
or Amm, i.e. System Administrator) are already proposed.
With the arrow move to the field PIN and enter a 5-digit numeric code that,
together with the ID 0, will represent the access credentials. The numbers
entered are displayed as asterisks *.
If required, change the profile from Ins (Installer) to Amm (System
Administrator) with the arrow keys and press the F1 key.
Press the ↓ key. The following screen is displayed
Profilo
Ins□
Amm□
Zone (max 4): 04
↑
+
Zone
ABCD
Etichetta:
[
]
where the number of the areas that compose the system is selected. The
factory settings propose 4 intrusion alarm areas.
With the arrow keys move to + or – and change the number of the areas by
pressing F1. To change the area type, please refer to the section System
structure.
WARNING! The system must include at least an area.
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Tip: Keep the proposed number of areas. If you do not need an area, it is
not necessary to remove it, just do not use it.
Note: also after a reset of the control unit (when the factory configuration is
restored), the control unit automatically creates a configuration with 4
intrusion alarm areas.
If the selected profile is Amm also the field Zone (Areas) is displayed. Area
names are highlighted in negative to indicate that the user is enabled to
arm and disarm them. To enable or disable an area, move on it with the
arrow keys and press the F1 key.
Through the keypad, enter a relevant name into the Etichetta (Label) field
to better identify the user.
5.
6.
Press the ok key to confirm all selections and then create the new user.
After having created the 3rd level user, the control unit is in the
“Installazione impianto” (System installation) mode that only enables to
install and test the system and to create new users. Then the System
(Impianto) screen is displayed.
If you try to change the mode to “Operativa” (Operating) the control unit
checks whether a 2nd level user has already been created and if the 2nd
level user has not been created yet, it asks for the relevant creation.
WARNING! As long as a 3rd level user is not created the control unit will
interpret each switching on as “first switching on” and it will behave
accordingly.
6.1.1
The Impianto (System) screen
The Impianto (System) screen encompasses the accesses to the Programming,
System, and Settings menus. It is the screen displayed when the 2nd level users have
not been created yet and it is the second page of the main menu when 2nd level
users already exist.
[1] Programmazione
6.2
↑
Following switching on
If there are not 2nd level users the “Installazione impianto” (System installation) mode
is active and it enables to directly access the control unit menu as 3rd level user. To
activate the “Operativa” (Operating) mode, that enables to arm and disarm the alarm
system, the control unit asks to create a 2nd level user.
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6.3
System creation
IT
The system creation consists in the acquisition and programming of the different
devices (detectors, repeaters, keypads, remote controls, connectors, control medals,
sirens, actuators, chronothermostats, interfaces) and services (telephones, DTMF)
required to create and configure the users and to finally test the system.
During the work session it is possible to browse backwards the menus by pressing
the # key, without the need to authenticate yourself for each operation.
WARNING! If you unintentionally exit the main menu and you go back to the
stand-by system screen, it will be necessary to authenticate yourself again.
6.4
Programming Detectors
To program the detectors:
1. Authenticate yourself and go to the Impianto (System) screen.
2. Enter 1 or move to the Programmazione (Programming) icon by pressing
the arrow keys and then confirm by pressing the ok key. If required,
authenticate yourself again as 3rd level user.
3. Enter 1 Sensori (Sensors).
4. The list of the areas defined during the system setting is displayed. The
figure shows the predefined 4 areas that can be activated.
Zona A
________________
Zona B
________________
Zona C
________________
Zona D
________________
5.
6.
7.
The underscore ( _ ) indicates a free address and the asterisks ( * ) a
detector already entered.
The cursor automatically moves to the first free address. Alternatively,
position the cursor on the address to be use by pressing the keys.
Let the control unit identify the detector by following the instructions
provided with the device.
The underscore becomes an asterisk. Press the ok key to access the
menu to configure the detector parameters.
Etichetta:
[
Indirizzo:
F831CB41
Tipo:
IR da esterno
RSSI:
-36 dbm
28
]
↓
2CSYD0001N / 2CSYD0002N
CAPITOLO 6
PROGRAMMING
8.
9.
6.4.1
IT
The parameter list is shown on different pages. To scroll the pages use the
arrow keys.
The parameters with a name displayed in negative are in read-only mode.
They are:
•
Indirizzo (Address): detector hexadecimal address.
•
Tipo (Type): generic detector name.
•
RSSI: level of the detector radio signal measured in dBm (decibel
mW)
•
Ultima RX (Last RX): date and time of the last detector transmission
received by the control unit.
•
Ripetitore (Repeater): ID of the used repeater, if the repeater does not
directly communicate with the control unit and it communicates through
a repeater. “Non impostato” (Not set) means that the detector directly
communicates with the control unit.
Configuring parameters. The table of the following section lists all
parameters for the detectors, their meaning and the relevant value.
The alphanumeric digits are entered by using the keypad. To delete a
wrong digit, by pressing the arrows position the cursor on the digit to be
deleted and enter the right digit or a space to delete it. To select the value
of a parameter, highlight it with the arrows and press the F1 key.
For the values that can be set with the buttons + and –, position the cursor
on them and press the F1 key until the system displays the required value.
Press the ok key to save the configuration or the * key to not save the
configuration. The window closes and the cursor moves to the first free
address to enter the following detector.
Detector parameters
The table lists the possible parameters common to the different detectors. Further
parameters that are specific to a single detector type are shown in the relevant
detector manual.
Parameter
Meaning
Allowed values
Etichetta (Label)
It is used to better identify the detector.
It is suggested to use a descriptive and
unique name, e.g. KITCHEN, LIVING
ROOM, BATHROOM, PORCH, etc.
Alphanumeric digits,
max length 16 digits.
Escludi (Exclud)
It excludes the detector (the control
unit ignores any alarm signal it sends)
by keeping however the relevant
configuration. It corresponds to the
Insulation function as defined in the
rule EN 50131-1.
SI (YES), NO
Supervisione
(Supervision)
It selects the frequency at which the
control unit establishes that the
detector is working.
NO, 15, 30, 45, 65
minutes (1)
Ripetiz. Preallarme Number of times that a pre-alarm is
(Pre-alarm
repeated if the cause that generated it
repetition)
persists.
3, 10, Sempre
(Always)
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Meaning
Allowed values
Ripetiz. Allarme
(Alarm repetition)
Number of times that an (Intrusion or
tampering) alarm is repeated if the
cause that generated it persists. It is
used to limit the number of times that
the alarm beeps if the cause that
generated it is not solved
3, 10, Sempre
(Always)
Ritardo Ingr.(2)
(Entrance delay)
Delay time between the intrusion
detection and the alarm signal. It enables
to enter the protected rooms and to
disarm the alarm system through the
control device (keypad, plug) placed
within the rooms. The entrance delay
time should be applied only to those
detectors that cover the path between the
entrance (door, garage shutter etc.) and
the control device.
From 0 to 90
seconds, with a step
of 10 seconds. With
0 the alarm signal is
immediately
activated.
(2)
IT
Parameter
Ritardo Usc.(2)
(Exit delay)
Delay time between the alarm system
From 0 to 90
arming and the activation of the alarms in seconds, with step of
case of intrusion detection. It enables to
10 seconds. With 0
exit the protected rooms after having
the alarm signal is
armed the alarm system through a
immediately
control device (keypad, plug) placed
activated.
within the rooms without letting the alarm (2)
switch on. The exit delay time should be
applied only to those detectors that cover
the path between the exit (door, garage
shutter etc.) and the control device.
The underlined values are factory values.
(1) Intervals different from 15 minutes do not comply with the rule 50131-6 section
4.5.1.
(2) The programming with entrance and/or exit delay time different from 0 do not
comply with the rules EN 50131-1 and EN 50131-3.
6.5
Programming Commands
To program the commands (remote controls, keypads, connectors, control medals):
1. Authenticate yourself and go to the Impianto (System) screen.
2. Enter 1 or move to the Programmazione (Programming) icon by pressing
the arrow keys and then press the ok key to confirm. If required,
authenticate yourself again as 3rd level user.
3. Enter 1 or move to the Programmazione (Programming) icon by pressing
the arrow keys and then press the ok key to confirm.
4. Enter 3 Comandi (Commands).
5. The command list is shown. For each command type it is possible to enter
up to 16 devices.
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6.
7.
8.
IT
Telecomandi
________________
Tastiere
________________
Inseritori
________________
Medaglioni
________________
The underscore ( _ ) indicates a free address, the asterisks ( * ) a
command already entered.
The cursor automatically moves to the first free address. Position the
cursor on a free address of the command to be entered.
Let the control unit identify the command by following the instructions
provided with the device.
Now you can set the command configuration that is different for each type.
6.5.1
1.
Remote control configuration
Position the cursor on the asterisk ( * ) that identifies the remote control to
be configured and then press the ok key. The window that enables to link
a function to each key is shown.
Telecomando 1
Etichetta
Configura
Pul
Led
2.
3.
4.
With the arrows, position the cursor on the Etichetta (Label) field to set the
remote control label, i.e. a name that helps to identify it more easily.
Position the cursor on the Pul field and press the F1 key to set the function
required for each key. Possible functions are:
Linkage type
Meaning
ZONE (AREAS)
The key arms/disarms one or more areas
FUNZIONI
(FUNCTIONS)
The key activates a programmable function
N.A. (NOT
ENTERED)
The key is free (it can be used for H.A.)
The selection shown on the display is the one that will be saved.
By selecting ZONE (AREAS) or FUNZIONI (FUNCTIONS) another screen
is displayed on which it is possible to configure the required operation. Use
the arrow key to move within the screen and the F1 key to change the
parameter.
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Areas
IT
Zona A
EST INT
Zona B
EST INT
Zona C
EST INT
Zona D
EST INT
PRE DIS CIC
PRE DIS CIC
PRE DIS CIC
PRE DIS CIC
For each key linked to the function ZONE (AREAS) the configurations
related to each single area are shown.
Display note
Description
EST
External arming (FULL)
INT
Internal arming (LITE)
PRE
Pre-alarm arming
DIS
Disarming
CIC
Cyclic: it inverts the last area status (if it is armed, it
disarms it and vice versa). When the status changes
from disarming to arming the last arming type of the
area before the disarming is restored (FULL / LITE /
Pre-alarm)
Functions
Rapina
NO
STA
Panico
NO
STA
Soccorso
NO
STA
Richiesta Stato
ON
OFF
STP
STP
STP
For each key the special function linked to it and the relevant configuration
are shown.
Special function
Display note
Description
Rapina (Burglary)
STA
Alarm start
STP
Alarm stop
STA
Alarm start
STP
Alarm stop
STA
Alarm start
STP
Alarm stop
Panico (Panic)
Soccorso
(Assistance)
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ON
It activates the function
OFF
It deactivates function
IT
Richiesta stato
(Status request)
WARNING! For the special functions the cyclic mode is not
envisaged. Therefore, it is necessary to configure two different
keys on the keypad to start and stop the alarm.
5.
Configuring LEDs. It is possible to configure the LEDs 2…5 that indicate a
status on the display, while LED 1 (Service) cannot be configured.
Possible options are:
•
ZNE: the status of one or more areas.
•
ATT: the status of one or more actuators.
The LED can light up with three different colors that are pre-defined and
cannot be configured:
Color
Meaning with ZNE
Meaning with ATT
Green
Disarmed Area/s
Actuator/s OFF
Red
Armed Area/s
Actuator/s ON
Amber
Arming/disarming block
Unknown actuator status
WARNING! The control unit does not preliminary check whether
there are areas, detectors, inputs or actuators.
The display shows the option or the options linked to each single LED in
negative (in the following figures LEDs 2 and 3 are linked to areas, LED 4
is not used and LED 5 is linked to actuators).
LED
ZNE
LED
ZNE
LED
ZNE
LED
ZNE
6.
2
ATT
3
ATT
4
ATT
5
ATT
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
For each LED, position the cursor on the required option with the arrow
keys and press the F1 key to set it.
If more areas or detectors or actuators are linked to the same LED, it is
necessary to define how it should behave. Start from the status of the
single areas, detectors and actuators and combine them through the logic
operators AND and OR to define the LED behavior.
By selecting ZNE for a LED and by pressing the F1 key a window similar to
the following one is shown:
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Zone:
ABCD
IT
Modo
AND
OR
On the example screen, the LED shows the status of the A, B, C and D
areas by using the logic operator AND. If only an area is selected, the
Modo (Modus) parameter is not shown.
With multiple linkages and logic operators, LEDs will behave as follow:
Linkage
Logic
operator
AND
Zone (Areas)
OR
AND
Actuators
OR
6.6
Status
LED
All disarmed areas
Green
All armed areas
Red
Armed and disarmed areas
Turned off
All disarmed areas
Green
At least one armed area
Red
All actuators are OFF
Green
All actuators are ON
Red
Actuators ON and OFF
Turned off
All actuators are OFF
Green
At least one actuator is ON
Red
Programming Sirens
The system can manage up to 4 sirens. To program sirens:
1. Authenticate yourself and go to the Impianto (System) screen.
2. Enter 1 or move to the Programmazione (Programming) icon by pressing
the arrow keys and then press the ok key to confirm. If required,
authenticate yourself again as 3rd level user.
3. Enter 1 or move to the Programmazione (Programming) icon by pressing
the arrow key and then press the ok key to confirm.
4. Enter 4 Sirene (Sirens). The siren list is shown.
Sirene
____
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6.
7.
8.
The underscore ( _ ) indicates a free address, the asterisk ( * ) a siren
already entered.
The cursor automatically moves to the first free address. Alternatively, with
the arrows, position the cursor on the address to be used.
Press the key Service PIN of the siren. The siren is entered.
With the arrow keys, select the siren just entered and press the ok key to
configure the relevant parameters.
IT
5.
Supervisione
Configura
ZNE
ALR
EVN
Supervision
It enables to select the frequency at which a control unit establishes that
the siren is working. The set parameter is the time interval between a
check and the following one.
ZNE
It enables to set customized filters for the siren, i.e. the conditions for which the
siren emits a sound in case of alarm. The active filters are displayed in
negative.
FILTRO ZONE
ABCD
Zona A
EST INT PRE
Zona B
EST INT PRE
Zona C
EST INT PRE
SIR 1:
DIS
DIS
DIS
↓
For each area (A, B, C, D in the figure) it is possible to activate different
filters combined as required. The following table lists the conditions in
which the sirens emits a sound.
Filter
The sirens emits a sound for
EST
•
•
•
Arming of the area in the External mode
(FULL)
Intrusion alarm with area armed in the
External mode (FULL)
Tampering alarm with area armed in the
External mode (FULL)
2CSYD0001N / 2CSYD0002N
Activated
by the
factory
■
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PROGRAMMING
Filter
The sirens emits a sound for
INT
•
Arming of the area in the Internal mode
(LITE)
Intrusion alarm with area armed in the
Internal mode (LITE)
Tampering alarm with area armed in the
Internal mode (LITE)
•
•
PRE
Activated
by the
factory
•
•
Arming of the area in the Pre-alarm mode
Intrusion alarm with area armed in the Prealarm mode
Tampering alarm with area armed in the Prealarm mode
•
■
•
Area disarming
•
Tampering alarm related to a non-armed area
To change or activate a filter, position the cursor on it by pressing the
arrow keys and then press F1.
DIS
ALR
If required, it enables to change the operating parameters, such as the
sound, the duration, etc. of the siren related to alarm events (intrusion,
tampering, burglary, panic, system, etc.)
Intr. Ins. Esterno
CFG>
Intr. Ins. Interno
CFG>
Man. Ins. Esterno
CFG>
Man. Ins. Interno
CFG>
↓
It is possible to set multiple parameters for the different alarms. To
configure the parameters of an alarm type, move to the corresponding
CFG> with the arrows keys and press the F1 key.
Parameters that can be changed on the displayed window are:
Alarm /
event type
Intrusion
alarm –
External
Intrusion
alarm –
Internal
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Sound Duration
type *
/
number
of beeps
1 / 2 / 30 s / 3
m/9m
3/4
**
1 / 2 / 10 s / 3
3/4
m/9m
Volume Warning Warning
duration
Min /
Med /
Max
Min /
Med /
Max /
NO
SI
(YES)/
NO
SI
(YES)/
NO
2CSYD0001N / 2CSYD0002N
LED
10 / 20 /
30 s
SI (YES)
/ NO
10 / 20 /
30 s
SI (YES)/
NO
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Alarm /
event type
Pre-alarm
Tampering
alarm –
system
armed in the
External
mode
Tampering
alarm –
system
armed in the
Internal mode
Tampering
alarm –
disarmed
system
System alarm
Panic alarm
Sound Duration Volume Warning
type *
/
number
of beeps
3/4
3 / 10 /
Min /
SI
20 s
Med /
(YES)/
NO
Max /
NO
1 / 2 / 30 s / 3
Min /
SI
m / 9 m Med /
3/4
(YES)/
Max
NO
Warning
duration
LED
10 / 20 /
30 s
SI (YES)/
NO
10 / 20 /
30 s
SI (YES)
/ NO
1/2/
3/4
15 s / 30 Min /
s/3m
Med /
Max /
NO
SI
(YES)/
NO
10 / 20 /
30 s
SI (YES)/
NO
1/2/
3/4
15 s / 30 Min /
s/3m
Med /
Max /
NO
15 s / 30 Min /
s/3m
Med /
Max/NO
30 s / 3 Min /
m / 9 m Med /
Max
15 s / 30 Min /
s/3m
Med /
Max /
NO
SI (YES) Min /
/ NO
Med /
Max
SI (YES)
/ NO
SI (YES)
/ NO
SI (YES) 10 / 20 /
/ NO
30 s
SI (YES)
/ NO
10 / 20 /
30 s
SI (YES)
/ NO
10 / 20 /
30 s
SI (YES)
/ NO
10 / 20 /
30 s
NO
1/2/
3/4
1/2/
3/4
Technological 1 / 2 /
alarm
3/4
External
activation
SI
(YES)/
NO
SI
(YES)/
NO
SI
(YES)/
NO
IT
PROGRAMMING
NO / 3
flashings
NO / 3
flashings
NO / 3
flashings
SI (YES) Min /
NO / 1
Deactivation
flashing
from External
/ NO
Med /
Max
lasting 3
arming
s
(*) 1 =SWEEP high frequency; 2 = SWEEP low frequency; 3 = DUAL
TONE high frequency; 4 = DUAL TONE low frequency.
(**) to ensure the compliance with the rules EN 50131-1 and EN 50131-3
the activation time of the sirens shall be longer than 90 seconds and
shorter than 15 minutes (except for different local or domestic regulations).
The factory settings are in bold.
Internal
activation
Pre-alarm
activation
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To change a parameter, position the cursor on it by pressing the arrow
keys and then press the F1 key.
IT
WARNING! The ringer sound types 2, 3, 4 do not comply with the
rule EN 50131-1.
EVN
If required, it enables to change the operating parameters of the sirens
related to the arming and disarming of the alarm system with a procedure
similar to the previous ALR.
Press the ok key to save the configuration or the # key to not save the
configuration. The window closes and the cursor moves to the first free address
to enter the following siren.
6.7
Programming Telephone numbers
The system can manage up to 12 telephone numbers. To program a telephone
number:
1. Authenticate yourself and go to the Impianto (System) screen.
2. Enter 1 or move to the Programmazione (Programming) icon by pressing
the arrow key and then press the ok key to confirm. If required,
authenticate yourself again as 3rd level user.
3. Enter 5 Telefoni (Telephones).
Telefoni
1
2
4.
Configura
Personal. Msg
Enter 1 Configura (Configure). The telephone list is shown.
Telefoni
1□
2■
5.
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3 □
4□
5□
6 □
7□
8□
9 ■
10□
11□
12 □
A non-marked square indicates a free telephone number, a marked square
indicates that a telephone number is already set.
With the arrow keys, position the cursor on the telephone number to be set
and press the ok key. A new window is displayed:
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]
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Numero
[
Nome
[
Tipo
Bid□
In □
Configure the telephone number:
With the keypad, enter the telephone number. The max. length is 16
digits. To delete a wrong digit go back with the arrow key and overwrite
it.
•
Assign a name to the telephone number in order to identify it more
easily. The name can encompass up to 16 alphanumeric digits. The
digits are entered by using the keypad. To delete a wrong digit, by
pressing the arrows, position the cursor on the digit to be deleted and
enter the correct digit or a space to delete it.
•
Select the line operating type (Bid = incoming and outgoing telephone
line, In = exclusively incoming telephone line) and confirm the selection
with the F1 key.
6. Press the ok key. If the telephone line is only for incoming calls, directly go
to point 10. If the telephone line is for incoming and outgoing calls, the list
of the events that can be programmed, i.e. the events that can activate the
sending of a telephone message, is shown. Use the arrow keys to scroll
the list.
•
Intrusione
VOC□
SMS□
Manomissione
VOC□
SMS□
Manom. Centrale
VOC□
SMS□
Rapina
VOC□
SMS□
↓
Events that can be programmed are:
Event
Sending type
Filter
Intrusion
VOC / SMS
Alarm area
Tampering
VOC / SMS
Alarm area
Control unit tampering
VOC / SMS
Burglary
VOC / SMS
Assistance
VOC / SMS
Fire
VOC / SMS
Technological area
Gas
VOC / SMS
Technological area
Flooding
VOC / SMS
Technical assistance
VOC / SMS
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Event
Sending type
Filter
230VAC is missing (*)
VOC / SMS
230VAC return
VOC / SMS
Technological
VOC / SMS
Technical area
Contact ON
VOC / SMS
Technical area
Contact OFF
VOC / SMS
Technical area
Low battery
VOC / SMS
Control unit battery
VOC / SMS
Arming
VOC / SMS
Disarming
VOC / SMS
Jamming
VOC / SMS
Hardware fault
VOC / SMS
Radio fault
VOC / SMS
VOC indicates a voice message, SMS a text message.
(*) after 15 minutes of mains supply lack (max. delay envisaged by the
rules EN50131-1 and EN50131-3 is 60 minutes)
For each event you want to program, select the sending type with the
arrow keys and confirm the selection with the F1 key. It is possible to send
messages for more events to the same telephone number also with
multiple sending type (voice + SMS).
WARNING! The delivery time of the SMS text message depends
on how the network of the telephone service provider works and
therefore it is not sure that it is sent immediately.
7.
After having selected all events that can be programmed, press the F2
key. A new window on which you can customize the sending is displayed.
Interrompibile
Sì □
No □
Ritardo
No □
20s□ 60s□
Messaggio Audio 00
+
F2>
Possible options are:
•
Interrompibile (Interruptible): it is possible to interrupt the
alarm message sending through the remote authentication of the
user and the DTMF command. The factory value is No.
•
Ritardo (Delay): delay time between the event occurrence and the
triggering of the voice call. In case of more telephone numbers the
control unit executes the sequence according to the delays set in
each single telephone. If for all telephone numbers there is not a
delay time (setting = “immediato”(immediate)) the order followed is
the one of the identification 1, 2, 3, 4 etc. The delay time enables
to create a priority order according to which the telephone
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8.
To select the value of a parameter, highlight it with the arrows and press
the F1 key.
For the values that can be set with the + and - keys, position the cursor on
them and press the F1 key until the required value is displayed.
Press the F2 key. A new window is displayed on which it is possible to
define how events should be filtered (arming, disarming, intrusion,
tampering) in order to send the telephone message.
Filtro
SET►
Filtro
SET►
Filtro
SET►
Filtro
SET►
9.
IT
•
numbers called can intervene and block the call sequence if
required. The factory value is No (no delay).
Messaggio Audio (Voice Message): identification number of
the pre-recorded personal message that will be sent. The voice
message follows the generic pre-recorded message that
identifies the event type that caused the message sending.
Ins.
Disins.
Intrus.
Manomis.
With the arrow keys, position the cursor on the filter to be configured and
press the F1 key. A new window, that is different for the various filters, is
displayed.
Arming and disarming
Utenti (pin)
..........
Tastiere
................
Telecomandi
................
Inseritori
................
The dot digit ( . ) indicates an empty memory position, the asterisks ( * )
indicates an existing and filtered user or command, the digit ( - ) indicates
an existing and non-filtered user or command. A user or command is
considered as filtered when its alarm system arming or disarming activity
generates the sending of the relevant SMS text message. To filter or not
filter a user or a command, select it with the arrow keys and press the F1
key.
Press the ok key to save the new configuration.
Intrusion and tampering
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Allarme Esterno
ABCD
Allarme Interno
ABCD
Preallarme
ABCD
The filtered areas are highlighted in negative. To filter or not filter an area,
select it with the arrow keys and press the F1 key.
Press the ok key to save the new configuration.
Go to point 12.
10. If the telephone number is enabled only for incoming calls, the following
screen is displayed:
Feedback SMS
Sì □
No □
Richiamata
Sì □
No □
The parameters to be configured are:
•
Feedback SMS (SMS feedback): when an incoming call is
received, the control unit confirms it by sending an SMS text
message to the calling number.
•
Richiamata (Recall): after having received the incoming call, the
control unit will recall the calling number and it will ring three
times.
WARNING! The calling number shall not be hidden.
11. Select the required parameter values with the arrow keys and confirm the
selection with the F1 key. Press the ok key to save the new configuration.
12. Go back to the initial window.
Telefoni
1
2
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Personal. Msg
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13. Enter 2 Personal. Msg. (Customize message). A list of the messages is
displayed. It is possible to record up to 9 different messages, each lasting
14 seconds.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Registra
Registra
Registra
Registra
Registra
Registra
[1/2]
Msg1
Msg2
Msg3
Msg4
Msg5
Msg6
IT
Personalizza
↓
If it is set, the personal message follows the specific pre-recorded message
that the control unit sends after an event.
The message shall always indicate the place in which the event occurred.
For example, a generic personalized message could be “at Mr. Smith
house, Queensway 24, London”
14. Enter the number corresponding to the message to be recorded. The
recording window is displayed.
Registrazione
Messaggio 1
(Max 14 sec)
REC
15. Press the ok key to start recording. Wait for 2 seconds and start speaking.
16. REC becomes STP. Press the ok key again to interrupt the recording.
17. To check the recording quality, send the voice message from the menu
Prova Sistema -> Telefoni (System test -> Telephones).
6.7.1
Sending sequence of the telephone messages
SMS text messages are sent immediately to all configured telephone numbers.
Voice calls follow the rules below:
•
The numbers programmed as “voice” are called in sequence after the
delay time defined through the “Ritardo” (Delay) parameter on each of
them. The calling order is defined by the delay parameter. For example, if
telephone 1 is programmed with a delay of 60 seconds, telephone 2
immediately, telephone 3 with a delay of 20 seconds and telephone 4
immediately, the control unit will call the telephone numbers with this
sequence: 2-4-3-1.
•
If the telephone number is busy or it does not answer within 4 rings, the
control unit interrupts the calling and calls the following telephone number
in the sequence.
•
Once the first calling cycle ends (all active telephone numbers), the control
unit tries to call again the numbers that did not answer. The control units
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•
6.7.2
executes 3 calling cycles with the numbers that did not answer before
interrupting the message sending sequence. During the calling attempts
the programmed delay time is not followed.
The voice message is repeated 3 times before the control units hangs up.
The sent message encompasses a pre-recorded part related to the event
that caused the voice call and a variable part linked to the first one that can
be a recorded personalized message or, if it does not exist, the generic
indication “presso impianto antifurto” (at the anti-theft system).
Receipt of telephone calls by the control unit
When you connect to the control unit through a telephone, the following rules are
valid:
•
Tones are always accepted even if the calling telephone number does not
correspond to one of the 12 numbers in the list. The unique exception is
that the calling telephone number is programmed in the control unit just for
incoming calls; in this last case the control unit does not manage tones.
•
If during the programming of the telephone numbers with only incoming
calls the function “Feedback SMS” (SMS Feedback) is enabled, the control
unit executes the command linked to that telephone number without
answering. Tones are actually disabled. This is, for example, an alternative
to the remote control usage.
•
If during the programming of the telephone numbers with only incoming
calls, the function “Richiamata” (Recall) is enabled, the control unit – after
having executed the linked command - let the calling telephone ring three
times and in case of answer it lists the status of the executed operation.
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7 HOME AUTOMATION
7.1
IT
This section shows the integration of the RF Home Automation within the system.
Gateway information
To display the gateway information:
1. Authenticate yourself and go to the Impianto (System) screen.
2. Enter 1 or move to the Programmazione (Programming) icon by pressing
the arrow keys and then press the ok key to confirm. If required,
authenticate yourself again as 3rd level user.
3. Enter 6 Automazione (Automation).
Automazione
1
2
4.
[1/1]
Programmazione
Info Gateway
Enter 2 Info Gateway (Gateway info). The relevant information is
displayed (in read-only mode).
Home Automation RF
Presente
Firmware
1.0
Stato Modulo
ON
Home Automation: it identifies the Home Automation system type and it
indicates whether it is present.
Firmware: it shows the installed firmware version
Stato del modulo (Module status): it indicates whether the gateway is
switched on (ON) or switched off (OFF).
7.2
RF Home Automation
The radio-frequency actuators shall be programmed and linked to the commands of
the control unit.
The RF Home Automation manages the devices through channels, i.e. through
addresses to which an actuator or an actuator group corresponds.
The RF Home Automation programming requires two steps:
•
The configuration of the channels or of the security scenario;
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7.2.1
The entry of one or more Home Automation devices.
Channel configuration
To configure a channel:
1. Authenticate yourself on the Impianto (System) screen.
2. Enter 1 or move to the Programmazione (Programming) icon by pressing
the arrow keys and then press the ok key to confirm. If required,
authenticate yourself again as 3rd level user.
3. Enter 6 Automazione (Automation).
Automazione
1
2
4.
[1/1]
Programmazione
Info Gateway
Enter 1 Programmazione (Programming).
Programmazione
1
□
2
□
3
□
4
□
5
□
6
□
7
□
8
□
9
□
10 □
SCE□
SMS□
With the arrows, select the channel (1…10) or the security scenario (SCE).
5.
Press the ok key to confirm.
The following screen is displayed:
Canale 1
1
2
3
4
5
6.
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Ingressi
Acquisizione
Test
Reset
Enter 1 Uscite (Outputs).
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7.
IT
Interruttore
□
Tapparella
□
Dimmer
□
Scenario
□
With the arrows, select the required output type and press the F1 key to
confirm. The output is marked and the mark on the previous type is
deleted. Press the ok key to confirm the selection.
Enter 2 Ingressi (Inputs).
Ingressi
1
2
3
4
[1/1]
Comandi
Stati
Allarmi
Squillo
By linking an input to the channel the activation mode or the control mode
of the outputs linked to the relevant channel is defined.
It is possible to link different input types to a channel, each of them will
have the same effects on the output.
By entering the number of one of the menu items, the system displays the
relevant configuration screens explained below.
Commands
It enables to set the remote controls and the connectors as input for the
channel.
The first screen enables to select the command type:
•
. (dot) indicates a free address (device not entered);
•
A indicates a command available for the Home Automation;
•
S indicates a command completely linked to areas or to security
functions (panic or silent alarms) that are therefore not available
for the Home Automation.
Telecomandi
A..S............
Inseritori
..S.............
With the arrows, select the required command (it shall be marked by the
letter A) and confirm the selection by pressing the ok key. The
configuration window is displayed:
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Telecomando 1
P1: □On □Off □cic
P2: □On □Off □cic
P3: □On □Off □cic
P4: □On □Off □cic
P5: □On □Off □cic
FeedBack Led Si/No□
Only free keys or keys already used for the Home Automation are
displayed. The set operation type is highlighted by a tick.
Select the required key and the operation type with the arrow keys and
press the F1 key to confirm the selection. The possible selections depends
on the actuator type:
•
On: it “switches on” the actuator.
•
Off: it “switches off” the actuator.
•
Cic: it inverts the actuator status (if it is switched off, it switches it
on and vice versa). It is displayed only with the switches.
•
SU (UP): it lifts the shutter or it increases the dimmer.
•
GIU (DOWN): it lowers the shutter or it decreases the dimmer.
If you set FeedBack Led to Sì (Yes) the remote control will light up enough
to receive the answer by the actuator.
Press the ok key to confirm the selections.
Status
It enables to set the status change of the control unit as input for the
channel.
Filtro zone
ABCD
Modo
AND□..OR □
Output:
ON □ OFF□ O/F□ N.A□
ZNE
The parameters that can be configured are:
•
Filtro zone (Area filter): it highlights the reference anti-intrusion
areas with a white digit on a black background. As pre-defined
option all areas have been selected.
•
Modo (Modus): it indicates how the area status shall be in order
to activate the output. With AND all relevant areas shall have the
programmed status, with OR just a single area is enough.
•
Output: it dynamically indicates the possible operation type (ON
it switches it on; OFF it switches it off; O/F it switches it on when
the anti-intrusion alarm is armed, it switches it off when the antiintrusion alarm is disarmed; SU (UP) it lifts the shutter or it
increases the dimmer, GIU (DOWN) it lowers the shutter or it
decreases the dimmer).
With the arrow keys, select the relevant parameter and press the F1 key to
change its status.
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By selecting ZNE and by pressing F1 a new screen is displayed on which
only the selected areas with Filtro zone (Area filter) are shown.
A
INT
B
INT
C
INT
D
INT
PRE DIS
IT
Zona
EST
Zona
EST
Zona
EST
Zona
EST
PRE DIS
PRE DIS
PRE DIS
By pressing the arrow keys and the F1 key, for each area it is possible to
select the status change type that causes the actuator activation (EST =
External alarm arming, INT = Internal alarm arming, PRE = pre-alarm
arming, DIS = disarming).
Press the ok key to store the changes made.
Alarms
It enables to set the alarms generated by the control unit as input for the
channel.
Intrusione
ON □ OFF□ O/F□ N.A□
Filtro zone
ABCD
Manomissione
ON □ OFF□ O/F□ N.A□
Filtro zone
ABCD
Alarms that can be configured are Intrusion, Tampering, Technological,
System alarm, Panic, Assistance. Use the arrow keys to scroll the alarm
list.
For each alarm type it is possible to define the operation type of the
actuator (ON it switches it on; OFF it switches it off; O/F it switches it when
the anti-intrusion alarm is armed, it switches it off when the anti-intrusion
alarm is disarmed; SU (UP) it lifts the shutter or it increases the dimmer,
GIU (DOWN) it lowers the shutter or it decreases the dimmer, N.A ignores
the alarm). The available operation type dynamically depends on the
output type
You can set multiple selections, i.e. more alarm types can control the
channel actuator also in a different way.
For the Intrusion, Tampering and Technological alarms, through the
function Filtro Zona (Area Filter) it is also possible to select the alarm of
what areas shall be considered.
To configure an alarm, select the relevant operation type with the arrow
keys and confirm the selection by pressing the F1 key (with Filtro zone
(Area filter) the F1 key includes or excludes the area).
Press the ok key to store the changes made.
Ring
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It enables to set the calls received by one or more telephone numbers
stored in the control unit as input for the channel.
Telefoni
1□
2□
3□
4□
5□
6□
7□
8□
9□
10□
11□
12□
When a call is received, the command type selected - ON, OFF or CIC - is
sent to the actuators.
To configure the ring input, select the telephone number and press the F1
key to change the relevant setting. Repeat the operation for the other
telephone numbers.
Scroll the screen with the arrow keys, select the required command type
(ON, OFF or CIC) and confirm the selection with the F1 key.
Press the ok key to store the changes made.
7.2.2
SMS linkage
It is possible to enable or disable the linkage of a channel to the received SMS
through the domotic menu. The linkage between the SMS and the channel is fix.
SMS
Control
unit
1
2
3
4
5
Com1
Com2
Com3
Com4
Com5
SMS
Com6
Com7
Com8
Com9
Com10
Control
unit
6
7
8
9
10
The operation type activated by the SMS is defined by the output configuration
(switch or shutter or dimmer or scenario) of the linked channel:
Parameter
1
0
2
Switch
ON
OFF
Status
Output type
Shutter
Dimmer
Su (Up)
Increases
Giù (Down)
Decreases
-
Scenario
ON
-
To enable or disable the SMS-channel linkage, select SMS with the arrow keys on
the Programmazione (Programming) screen (please refer to the section Channel
configuration, point 4) and press the ok key to confirm. The following screen is
displayed:
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□
4
□
5
□
6
□
7
□
8
□
9
□
IT
SMS -> Canali
1
□
2
□
3
10 □
The enabled linkages are marked. The control unit is issued by the fabric with all
linkages disabled.
With the arrow keys, select the SMS-channel linkage to be enabled or disabled and
press the F1 key to change the status. Repeat the operation if there are other
linkages whose status has to be changed.
At the end, press the ok key to confirm the changes made.
7.2.3
Entry of Home Automation devices
To link a Home Automation device to a channel of the control unit:
1. Prepare the device to be programmed by following the instructions
provided in the device manual.
2. Open the channel programming menu (follow the section Channel
configuration up to point 5).
3. Enter 3 Acquisizione (Entry).
4. The control unit sends the Reset Canale (Channel reset), Config(urazione)
(Configuration) and Link commands one after the other by displaying the
answer received by the device: OK indicates that the command has been
successfully executed, ERR indicates that an error occurred.
Possible error causes are: switched off device, faulty device, device too close to the
control unit (< 50 cm), etc.
7.2.4
Test
To execute the Home Automation actuator test:
1. Open the channel programming menu (follow the section Channel
configuration up to point 5).
2. Enter 4 Test.
3. The control unit executes the diagnostic analysis of the channel and sends
the command set for the output in order to visually enable the correct
working (e.g. the light turns on, the shutter is lifted etc.) of all actuators
belonging to the channel.
7.2.5
Change
To change an output or an input, follow the channel configuration procedure by using
the relevant sub-menus.
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Channel reset
IT
To reset the Home Automation channel:
1. Open the channel programming menu (follow the section Channel
configuration up to point 5).
2. Enter 5 Reset.
3. The control unit deletes all linkages related to the channel
WARNING! The channel reset cannot be cancelled.
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8 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
8.1
IT
This section describes the procedures used to configure the system, to test it, to
manage and change the access codes, to check the SIM Card credit and to set the
supervision.
Control unit adjustments
For the procedures used to adjust the date and time, the display lightness, siren
volumes and duration, please refer to the User manual.
8.2
System structure
The system structure is defined when you switch on the system for the first time.
However, it is possible to change the structure in a later moment by changing the
relevant type. Changes executed after the programming can cause the re-alignment of
the configuration, where possible, or the deletion of all configurations executed with
regard to the changed area(s).
To change the system structure:
1. Authenticate yourself and go to the Impianto (System) screen.
2. Enter 2 or move to Sistema (System) icon with the arrow keys and then
press the ok key to confirm.
3. Enter 1 Struttura impianto (System structure).
Struttura zone
1
2
3
4
4.
Zona
Zona
Zona
Zona
[1/1]
A
B
C
D
Enter the number of the relevant area.
Zona
B
Etichetta:
[
Tipo inserimento
24h□
Ins□
]
Assign a name to the area (Etichetta (Label)) in order to identify it more
easily. The name can encompass up to 16 alphanumeric digits. Digits are
entered by using the keypad. To delete a wrong digit, by pressing the
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5.
6.
arrows position the cursor on the digit to be deleted and enter the correct
digit or the space to delete it.
Select the area type (24h = technical area, Ins = intrusion alarm area) and
confirm the selection with the F1 key.
Press the ok key to save the changes or the # key to delete them and to
go back to the previous menu.
Repeat from point 4 to change the other areas.
WARNING! The technical area (24h) does not comply with the rule
EN 50131.
8.3
System test
The whole system shall be tested at the end of the installation activity and also later
on a regular basis, at least every 6 month, in order to check that all relevant devices
and functions properly work.
It is possible to test only one sub-system or only some sub-systems to check if they
work. The partial test is useful in case of limited changes to the system that are
relevant for only one device or one of its functions.
The inactivity allowed for the System test function is 10 minutes. After 10 minutes the
system goes back to its standard working. Each time you execute a test, e.g. you
check a detector that sends a replay signal to the control unit, the countdown starts
again from 10 minutes.
To test the alarm system:
1. Authenticate yourself and go to the Impianto (System) screen.
2. Enter 2 or move to the Sistema (System) icon by pressing the arrow keys
and then press the ok key to confirm.
3. Enter 2 Prova Sistema (System test).
Prova Sistema
1
2
3
4
5
6
4.
[1/2]
Sensori
Ripetitori
Comandi
Sirene
Telefoni
DTMF
Select the sub-system to be tested by entering the relevant number. If the
sub-system does not encompass devices the selection is ignored.
According to the sub-system selected, new windows will be displayed and it
could be necessary to execute some operations to activate the relevant
devices.
Detectors
After having selected 1 Sensori (Sensors) as sub-system, properly
perform the following activities on the various detectors, i.e. pass by the IR
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detectors, open and close doors and windows for the magnetic contacts,
spill water for the flooding detectors, etc.
IT
Zona A
................
Zona B
................
Zona C
................
Zona D
................
All possible detectors are listed for each area. The digits displayed have
the following meaning:
•
. (dot): free address (detector not present).
•
1…9: successful test. The number indicates the quality of the radio
connection.
•
! (exclamation mark): an anomaly has been detected.
By highlighting with the arrow keys the position of the detector and by
pressing the ok key, a new detail window is displayed that - for diagnostic
purposes - shows:
•
The hexadecimal address of the detector.
•
The signal level.
•
The detector name.
•
The detector status. The meaning of the abbreviations displayed
is:
ALRM Detector in alarm status
ON
Detector open contact
OFF
Detector closed contact
MAN. Anti-opening tampering
RIM.
Anti-removal tampering
BATT Low battery
GST
Generic fault
SVIS
Supervision anomaly
ESCL Detector excluded (it corresponds to the “isolated
detector” as defined by the rule EN 50131)
•
Re-creation date and time.
Sirens
After having selected 4 Sirene (Sirens) as sub-system, select the relevant
device from the list and press the ok key.
The selected siren emits a bi-tonal sound, with a medium volume, for 10
seconds and the relevant LEDs blink.
Telephones
After having selected 5 Telefoni (Telephone numbers) the list of all
available telephone numbers is displayed. The configured numbers are
highlighted by the symbol ►.
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Telefoni
1►
2►
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Select the required telephone number and press the ok key.
Numero
029034
Intrusione
VOC
SMS
Manomissione
VOC
SMS
Manom. Centrale
VOC
SMS
With the arrow keys, select the event type and the sending type to be
tested.
The activated sending types for the different alarm signals are highlighted
in negative. With the arrow keys, position the cursor on the required one
and press the ok key. The control unit will send the specific alarm
communication to the telephone number with the selected modality.
8.4
User management
It is possible to create new users and to delete existing ones. For further information
about the authentication criteria of the users and about the authorizations linked to
them, please refer to the sections Authentication e Authorization levels.
8.4.1
Creating a new user
To create a new user:
1. Authenticate yourself and go to the Impianto (System) screen.
2. Enter 2 or move to the Sistema (System) icon by pressing the arrow keys
and then press the ok key to confirm.
3. Enter 3 Gestione PIN (PIN management).
Gestione PIN
.*. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Each dot ( . ) indicates an already used position, the asterisk ( * ) the
current memory position, the underscore ( _ ) a free position.
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4.
Move to a free position with the arrow keys and press the ok key.
Authenticate yourself as 3rd level user.
5.
6.
8.4.2
IT
Gestione PIN
***_______
The used positions are indicated by an * (asterisk).
Select a free position ( _ ) and press the ok key. On the following windows
select or enter the following parameters:
•
Crea PIN Livello (Create Level PIN): select a user level (2, 3 or 4) by
entering the number of the level, and confirm it by pressing the ok
key. The control unit automatically assigns the ID to the user.
•
PIN: enter a user-defined password encompassing 5 numbers.
•
Profilo (Profile): within the same level, it identifies the users with
different authorizations. The 2nd level profile can be of type Sup =
Super-user, Nor = Standard user, Par = Partial user. The 3rd level
user can be Amm = System administrator or Ins = Installer. The Ins
profile is available only if it has not been created yet (the system can
encompass only one Ins profile). Highlight the required profile with the
arrow keys and confirm it by pressing the F1 key.
•
Zone (Areas): they are areas on which the user you are creating can
operate. As predefined condition, the user can operate on all areas.
With the arrow keys move to the required areas and enable or disable
them with the F1 key.
•
Etichetta (Label): Assign a specific name to the user (e.g. name,
surname or both) in order to identify him/her more easily. The name
can encompass up to 16 alphanumeric digits. The digits are entered
by using the keypad. To delete a wrong digit, by pressing the arrows,
position the cursor on the digit to be deleted and enter the right digit
or a space to delete it.
Press the ok key to save the new user or the # key to exit without saving.
Changing an existing user
To change an existing user:
1. Authenticate yourself and go to the Impianto (System) screen.
2. Enter 2 or move to the Sistema (System) icon by pressing the arrow keys
and then press the ok key to confirm.
3. Enter 3 Gestione PIN (PIN management).
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Gestione PIN
.*. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
4.
Each dot ( . ) indicates an already used position, the asterisk ( * ) the
current memory position, each underscore ( _ ) a free position.
With the arrows move to the required memory position and press the ok
key. Authenticate yourself as 3rd level user.
Gestione PIN
***_______
5.
The used positions are indicated by an * (asterisk).
Select the required memory position displayed by an * (asterisk) and press
the ok key. On the following windows it is possible to change the
parameters below:
•
Profilo (Profile): within the same level, it identifies the users with
different authorizations. The 2nd level profile can be of type Sup =
Super-user, Nor = Standard user, Par = Partial user. The 3rd level
user can be Amm = System administrator or Ins = Installer. The Ins
profile is available only if it has not been created yet (the system can
encompass only one Ins profile). Highlight the required profile with the
arrow keys and confirm it by pressing the F1 key.
•
Zone (Areas): they are areas on which the user you are creating can
operate. As predefined condition, the user can operate on all areas.
With the arrow keys move to the required areas and enable or disable
them with the F1 key.
•
Etichetta(Label): Assign a specific name to the user (e.g. name,
surname or both) in order to identify him/her more easily. The name
can encompass up to 16 alphanumeric digits. The digits are entered
by using the keypad. To delete a wrong digit, by pressing the arrows
position the cursor on the digit to be deleted and enter the right digit
or a space to delete it.
WARNING! The changing procedure does not enable to change
the authorization level of the user or his/her password (e.g. in case
he/she forgot it). To execute such changes the only possibility is to
delete the existing user and to create it again with the new
configurations.
6.
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Press the ok key to save the new user or the # key to exit without saving.
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8.4.3
Deleting a user
IT
To delete a user:
1. Authenticate yourself and go to the Impianto (System) screen.
2. Enter 2 or move to the Sistema (System) icon by pressing the arrow keys
and then press the ok key to confirm.
3. Enter 3 Gestione PIN (PIN management).
Gestione PIN
.*. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
4.
Each dot ( . ) indicates an already used position, the asterisk ( * ) the
current memory position, each underscore ( _ ) a free position.
With the arrows move to the required memory position and press the ok
key. Authenticate yourself as 3rd level user.
Gestione PIN
***_______
5.
The used positions are indicated by an * (asterisk).
Select the required memory position to be deleted that is displayed by an *
(asterisk), and press the CANC key.
Cancellare Pin?
2
SI
NO
The PIN identification is shown (in the example figure is number 2) and the
system asks to confirm the deletion. With the arrow keys, select SI (YES)
to confirm the deletion and NO to cancel it. The selected option is
highlighted in negative. Press the ok key to confirm the selection.
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8.5
Supervision cycles
IT
For a detailed description of this function, please refer to the user manual.
The factory-preset control unit envisages supervision cycles equal to 1 and, for a
device linked to it, the supervision time is 15 minutes.
WARNING! Any value different from the specified ones does not comply with
the rules EN 50131-1 and 50131-3.
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9 POWER SUPPLY MANAGEMENT
Battery
IT
9.1
The control unit continuously measures the battery voltage.
When the voltage is lower than:
•
6.9 VDC the control unit recharges it;
•
5.5 VDC, the control unit notifies the event “Batteria scarica” (Low battery)
and switches off all power supplies. The RTC calendar keeps updating
itself. When the mains supply returns the control unit restarts the system;
•
1.5 VDC, the control unit notifies the event “Batteria guasta” (Battery fault)
and the battery LED lights up.
9.2
Mains supply
In the event of a mains supply lack (230 VAC):
•
The backlight of the control unit display immediately switches off (the
display switches on again if you press a key on the keypad).
•
The Home Automation Gateway is deactivated (intelligent switching off
after having checked that all electrical nodes are without power supply).
•
The GSM module management follows the battery charge trend.
•
After 15 minutes in a raw of voltage lack the control unit notifies the mains
supply lack event.
•
The USB terminal is always active.
When the mains supply returns the GSM module completely starts to work again.
15 minutes following the mains supply return the control unit notifies the mains
supply return event. The 15-minute interval can be changed by programming it.
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10.1 Putting into maintenance status
To put the system into maintenance status it is enough to activate the Prova Sistema
(System test) function.
To exit the maintenance status it is enough to exit the menu.
10.2 Replacing the battery of the control unit
WARNING! The exhausted battery shall be replaced with an identical one
with UL94HB flammability rating or higher.
To replace the battery of the control unit:
1. Put the system into maintenance status.
2. Unhook the control unit from the supporting frame and fix it in the
maintenance position.
3. Open the battery holder and extract the exhausted battery.
4. Insert the new battery and close the battery holder.
5. Unhook the control unit from the maintenance position and fix it again to
the supporting frame.
6. Exit the maintenance status of the system.
10.3 Control unit reset
To restore the factory values of the control unit and to delete the executed
programming and configurations:
1.
2.
3.
Authenticate yourself and go to the Impianto (System) screen.
Enter 3 or move to the Impostazioni (Settings) icon by pressing the arrow
keys and then press the ok key to confirm.
On the new screen, enter 4 Ripristina Default (Restore Default).
Inserisci PIN Liv4
Utente
[ ]
PIN
[
]
4.
5.
6.
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Authenticate yourself as 4th level user.
Press the ok key. The control unit restores the factory settings.
Exit the maintenance status of the system.
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WARNING! The control unit reset operation cannot be cancelled and it
implies a new and complete system configuration.
IT
10.4 Adding devices
To add new devices after having put the system into operation, follow the instructions
described for programming the different devices that are encompassed in the section
Programming.
10.5 Removing devices
To remove a no longer required device:
1. Authenticate yourself and go to the Impianto (System) screen.
2. Enter 1 or move to the Programmazione (Programming) icon by pressing
the arrow keys and then press the ok key to confirm. If required,
authenticate yourself again as 3rd level user.
3. Select the device group of the device to be removed. A list of the entered
devices, highlighted by * (asterisk), is displayed.
4. With the arrow keys, select the device to be removed and press the ok
key.
5. The detail window, that enables to verify that the selected device is the
required one, is displayed. Press the # key to go back to the previous
screen.
6. If the selected device is the required one, press the CANC key to remove it
or repeat the operation from point 10.
7. If you pressed the CANC key the control unit asks to confirm the removal.
Select SI (YES) to remove the device, NO to not remove it, and press the
ok key to confirm the selection.
8. Press the ESC key to exit the menu.
10.6 Replacing devices
To replace a device, first of all remove the old device and then add a new one.
WARNING! The removal of the device implies the loss of all configuration
parameters. Before definitively remove the device, write down the relevant
parameter values that are listed in the detail window.
Then, when you add a new device, use the values previously written down
to program it.
10.7 Updating the control unit firmware
WARNING! For the update use the provided USB stick. Other devices could
not be recognized.
To update the control unit firmware:
1. Put the system into maintenance status.
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2.
3.
IT
4.
Go back to the Impianto (System) screen by pressing the # key.
Enter 3 or move to the Impostazioni (Settings) icon by pressing the arrow
keys and then press the ok key to confirm.
On the new screen, enter 2 Aggiorna FW da USB (Update FW from USB).
Inserisci PIN Liv4
Utente
[ ]
PIN
[
]
Authenticate yourself as 4th level user.
Unhook the control unit from the supporting frame.
Insert the USB stick with the new firmware into the USB port on the back of
the control unit and press the ok key.
8. The control unit uploads the new firmware and, at the end of the uploading,
it displays a message showing the successful result of the operation.
9. Remove the USB stick and fix again the control unit to the supporting
frame.
10. Exit the maintenance status of the system.
5.
6.
7.
10.8 Troubleshooting
Trouble
Icon
Icon
Cause
Solution
The SIM Card is missing.
Insert a SIM card
The SIM Card is inserted but
it is not making contact.
Insert the SIM Card properly
after having cleaned the
contacts.
The SIM Card credit is
finished.
Reload the SIM Card, if it is a
reloadable one.
GSM/UMTS network not
identified.
Check that there is coverage
by the telephone network
signal
The battery is not connected.
Connect the battery or check
the relevant connection.
The battery is exhausted
Check if there is a mains
supply and wait until the
battery is recharged. If the
signal persists, replace the
battery.
The battery is faulty
Replace the battery
Icon
Icon
LED
on
64
turned
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Cause
Solution
Icon
Jamming on the radio
channels
Check if an electric device or
an electromagnetic
interference source is
preventing the radio
communication between the
control unit and the device.
LED
on
turned
LED
turned on
There are alarm notifications
not read yet.
Read the notifications
LED
turned on
There are mandatory
notifications not read yet.
Read the notifications.
You do not
remember the PIN
The sirens beep 4
times when the
system is
activated
IT
MAINTENANCE
Delete the user and create a
new one
A door or a window is open
Check that doors and windows
are closed
The siren battery charge is
running low
Replace the low battery
A tampering occurred.
Check if a tampering occurred
and, if possible, solve the
problem
The telephone network does
not work properly
Check if there is credit in the
SIM card and if there is the
telephone network signal
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11 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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MODEL
PRODUCT CODE
APPLICATION
SCOPE
PERFORMANCE
LEVEL
COMMUNICATION
TECHNOLOGY
Security level
Environmental class
Notification rules
Security & Safety
between devices
Telephone network
With RS485 devices
With PC
ELECTRICAL
FEATURES
Power supply
Current
Buffer battery
PHYSICAL
FEATURES
USAGE
CONDITIONS
SPECIFIC
FUNCTIONS
Protection level
Sizes (L x H x W)
Weight
Environmental class
Usage temperature
Relative humidity
Installation
Control unit
Graphic display
Keypad
Horn
Protection
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Control unit
Control unit with GSM
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Household security, anti-intrusion
and Home Automation
2
I
Option B
Bi-directional transmission - FM
868.3 MHz
Range: 300 m in free field
GSM/UMTS Dual band Module
(900 MHz / 1800 MHz)
Max transmission power 2 W
Internal Antenna
RS485 interface, 3-wire terminal
blocks
USB port – type A
USB port - type B
230 VAC ± 10%, frequency 50/60
Hz
45 mA max
NiMh Rechargeable, 6 V, 1600
mAh
It ensures the compliance with the
rule EN 50131-1 section 9
IP20
274 x 185 x 53 mm
0.85 kg
I (internal)
-5…+45 °C (*)
Medium 75% not condensing, peak
90%
On the wall
Micro-processor with 64 kB RAM
and 128 kB flash memory
Backlit LCD - 128 x 64 pixel
16 keys for programming
5 keys for browsing
3 keys for quick functions that can
be customized at user level
Built-in piezoelectric siren, 95 dB
power at 1 m
Anti-tampering and anti-removal
tamper
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(*) Test in the interval +5…+40 °C for the requirements of the Environmental class I
according to the rule 50130
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